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: January 16, 1964
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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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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ON STILL IIIS1ORY POURING PAPER'IN e Says Stuart A ttlllOrizes A Swement With Utility. Firm

Every mail brings more congruttilatory ,

special historical letters on edition our 110-page of last r CourthouseAntiquated

week deeply One came that from we Wallace appreciated Stev Yy City Water Is Speeded to

ens. Okccchobcc City son of the
founder of the piper: "I I read until -
2 u.m. and then couldn't sleep I the Martin Count) Grand Jury
for thinking of the old diys began! its J,muan' session Tuxkyilternoon Point Next Island
Briefly its' the best I ever law 4d Ag with a request by Circuit Step to
published by any UK newspaper: : Judge t Pfeiffer Trowbridgo
'rfRrAITORS I that it mike a thorough mvcstiga
lion of whet the judge' ciilleil the .
SPONSOR ibsolutely depllrahlcI1llililIl1: of '

COURTESY Stuart Board SIGN of Realtors recently 1>- I the Judge county.Irowhndge. (ml:' also threwin I We Are Sony-But ;the, ;, Expansion

voted to sponsor the one the courthouse" for investigitioi,
remaining courtesy sign located on particularly with its crowded con
U S. Highway No. I I. The sign, t iiilion in mind. Edition 'All Sold Oat'Despite Forecasts

one of eight reads: "This is Stuart It was the first such invest.ig, $ :
' -Elliott Vehicular M U leu m- : lion of county buildings by u
T h a n k s for your patience Your as1t grand jury in several years r tho filet that we printed .1Om( ) extra copies of our *
will be \better, Chamber s Edition of Jun. 9, in addition to
next time I s The judge told the grand |jury I Fiftieth Anniversary Ihtirsdiy, | ProgressBy
I of Commerce" It is located, The just the jail is>> old, run down, and unite, the (,.CKK( ) regular run, the llpag( historical newspaper was f
I north of the Roosevelt Bridge much ,4 and that he is forced to conduit I sold out within t\\enly-fl1ur hours *", I
have received
j signs women and children to the jml t to down the hundreds of Cattle
favorable comment in the area. Wo greatly regret having to turn authorizing Mayor Ray
f await trial requests tor extra copies which we have received in the past and City Clerk Mrs, Ollie M-

I j fr There might be a time When few day>>, W* simply have none avail.ible. (rury to sign an agreement wiltSimithern
Ii i CELEBRATED: : illS !some of you might be forced t to Gulf Utiltics, Inc, of Mi-
I 83RD B1RIHDAY spend the night in the j jail ontrultta a However if you bought c\ra( copies which you do not amt, the City Commission Mon lay
I 83rd NEW SEWER LINE is being installed front the New Martin County High School to a point near Cola olfense When you link at huve a use for and would like to put them in the hands of night virtually insured a auj'ply
! To commemorate the friends his and recent relative rado Avenue and U.S. I where it will join with existing city sewer facilities The four-inch main is the jail, ask yourself if you wotik out-of.st tiers who would like to know about our background& of f city water to Sewalln Point prob-

of birthday Louis Durr of Island Park Long being installed by Ashton-Taylor Construction Company of Fort Pierce I like to spend the night in that building and heritage, just bring them by The Stuart News office and ably by the end of May

I Island, N Y.. and Stuart, ccle -- --- -- -- -. -- ; Judge rowbriilge said, we will refund your money and nail I the papers to our unfilledlist City Manager Joe Crowder wan'
I brated the occasion at the recreation lie htre \Cthat\ his ron \lllln.l- of requests. Don't throw your copy: away; let. us purthuse accorded a formal vote of thanks \
I hall of Martins Mobil I I e Charles L. Smith Is warded Contract ton of jail icilities in no way reflected it and mail it away instead by the commission>> for his efforts
Homes Park Attending were ISO -- --- - on Shenjf Roy C Baker 'a completing negotiations: to the
friends from the park.-There was He "said linker did the best ho ..MMeMM.suiuat.Ya siM'rsMI sgw..aww srMin"lrryMf present stage considered by many
' dancing and entertainment. Refreshments could with what he h,id. merely preliminary' to puttingwater
Board Erosion rN' : I
were served Fights by The judge also noted some work 0 to HuUhmson Island I

t/ hud been done in tho past through Although the supply of city wa
t the efforts of County Commission a Si14 a lei to both the Point and the Island .
LIGHT BULB SALE: er Herbert: liruncr but not enough 1a + has been the topic of much
IS SET NEXTIEK Building Beach BulkheadA had \been done. discussion for. years, the steps

The eighth annual Stuart Lions "I I am not critical of the Count leading to the present Mate of affairs
Club light bulb sale is scheduled C ommiHsion It has done many can be traced fairly accurately.
1 for Jan 20, 21 t and 23 Membersof concrete bulkhead about 2X) I Frank Wacha told the commission Work on the emergency! project things, but we are very much i in for the pant four\ years
, the club will sell packages of lineal feet long will be constructed he wished i that the entire amount will begin mmediatcly need of a new courthouse and Jail During that time, E C. Ware.
f ]light bulbs from door to door from along Jensen Public Beach to halt could be used for new pavilion Smith,, Marine. Construction also facility," he declared, "1 he courthouse hum, chairman of the board!, of
I 6 to 8 pm, on the three nights, erosion and to save the beach pavilion construction, but ho believed! the I was warded the job of replacing is-much too sniiill' We only y r r I Jensen Beach Bank and a coiwmlssiioncr !
?,,... ,the procwdajtt. .benefit &tlwJUjaniI ) and! paved parking arva county should use tfie pioney to sixteen pilings, on the Hpbe Sound I have Qn courtroom/ ) and! one jury f 0'b and former! mayor of the .
I\.. CUub :*y* conservation project An allocution of fund>> tattling prevent the destrucncSn" of T' a Dock at a cost' of $W(). Tho county box At' tunes Circuit Court, the I T\M'D" Cist-flu JWnW !MM "Marked
I They will meet at the Town House $5.6UO was mode" for the bulkhead vilions. already constructed will furnish! the pilings County Commission, and County steadily to put water <. 'Sewnlts/
! on the evening of Jan 22 to assay project al the regular meeting of --_--.-- Court are nicotine at the sam t Point By the middle of May 1963, f..
results of the first two nights/ sales the Martin County Commission I time, to there is simply not enough eei rtt Warehelm and the water commit, '
j I and plan the wind-up on Thursday .Tuesday morning. Jan. 21 Date Seen 'Doubtful'High room," I tee of ScwalU Point, which ha .

, night Jan, 23 Th. teams will In the last t few weeks severe Ho also" pointed out the crump headed" hud reached an agreement
J work' out of Merkle Motors North erosion has taken place along l ed condition of the sheriff d, with Southern Gulf t A group of
Colorado Avenue where sales Jensen Beach, and wave action School and added that in the r til 1y''Y' 411 Stwalls, Point residents t agreed to
Bales 18 in charge Opening list underwrite $90,000 of the cost of
manager Ralph now is undermining the beach pa. three years criminal i caws have i y s
of warehousing the bulbs vilion and parking area. The once I doubled in Martin County, { f pulling water on the Point and
sanely "beach has eroded back to He told the jurymen to tall !SOU agreed/ to provide' more than
EAGLE: NESTS ARE the. vegetation I line, I' with I each department head to pet (0( per cent of Ibo total cost of in-
FAST DISAPPEARING Charles L Smith, marine contractor Delay Now Expected) an idea of the, needs of their Jc- In tiillallon/excess, ot computed$200,000.The at. something

Socie of Stuart!, was>> retained by lartmenls
Martin County Audubon he commission to do the work at I "Our county I is growing stcudiy City Commission! Immcdi-
ty officials i announced this week a cost of $28 per foot. Langford It is doubtful the new Martin be from seven to ten days before so our buildings must !grow lily expressed' itself as ready, abut
that the recent Christmas Bird I Marine estimated the cost at $32 County High School will be ready most of the work is complete We must t be far-lighted and pro. and willing! to supply potable wa-
Count' revealed that two more per foot. for classes. on Jan 21. as previous. Ram over the weekend halted workon IIre\\ive. and show to the publicwe cr. and plans were put under way
eagle nest trees have gone down toj I A total of $5.000) for the bulk ly announced by the Board ot paving around the school have pride in our appearance," fur the neeesMry engineering workonnccted ; i
I since the last count One was and head project will come from tho Public Instruction. Some items are now being moved the judge said with the project I
j catcd near Coral Gardens At night, the the school, such furni. It was agreed that the of
Sea Gate Harbor, A county's capital) outlay fund. The a meeting Monday into as Sheriff Baker took the grand City
another near said that efforts remaining $600 will come from the hoard was told by Superintendent ture and equipment but on a limited jury on a tour of the* two bUll i Sluurt would extend its twelve.
society spokesman homas 1 I. I zw at7rflw+a btf J Inch main to the limit
District A construction!\ fund. A rook that some clean scale > eastern city
all\ ngs
may be made to tout of $9,000 was budgeted this up and paving work remains>> to I Crook also reported water in the Broadway section of the
landowners where eagles nest in city The investigation ot the countyluildmgs MRS.' A. II. CLARK 28 Lake HolJil1l1 worth Drive, Lakeland,
year for the construction of new be done at the new school, and it to the new 'school: was expected to city, and then on to Stocto Point,
remaining tall pines in pavilions. The $5000 will come was the consensus that classes I be available Wednesday morning. was the only duly assigned revisited Stuart after many years at the west end of the M. Lutle
County with a pica that the trees to the grand jury in the
from this should not begin while work is River Bridge
pavilion construction going 1 I the sewer line to the school will
undisturbed i \ afternoon session, 1 hero
was no I
be fund on in and around the building he in Friday he said The utilitlc-f company would
operation in
Indication of other business
Commission Chairman any I Revisits Area After 53 Years continue the line /CrOll the St.
County Speculation was that it would his>> report ,Tuesday, might bo coming before the ;
DADS: CONSERVATIONGROUPS : : : that. (Continued on Page 2-A)

SUPPORT IS Several weeks ago, the Martin Husband Member Gospel NavyA
BUNG: ENLISTED Mrs. Pierce, fll.974; Andrews 26.W. County Commission! passed rco-
of Dade County conservationists - -------- lutions
Support requesting a grand jury Reardon Heads
for a test case to determine investigation of the burning of spry little old lady, Mrs A.If. arts, a daughter, who resides I in
legality of sales of under. Amount of Excess Fees lesscy Creek Bridge! the alleged f, lark of Lakeland, who recent.Iy Atlanta
water lands by Trustees\ of the In- Large in use of county road equipment on celebrated: her ninetieth birthday Mrs Clerk is visiting her son, Grand Jury for

ternal Improvement Fund was private property, and 'to i investigatehe hal been revisiting Stuart IItIer Allen W, Clark who has been at
reported by Robert T, Bair of the election; of Edward Miller to more than half a century. the Fishnhol Manatee Pocket fur Term
Rivers League here who accompanied his>> county commissioner post "My hll band lang with I the the past t four years January
William H Mellor Lee Tuesday Report to County BoardExcess When asked if these three mat Gospel Navy here back: In 1910I Mill has lived at Lakeland for
County Conservation! Association ten would be handed to the grand I I," said Mrs ClarkHe wan with tho past forty-five years and her Janiet Reanfon Jr. Stuart Insurance
president. to a conference w i tMiunti I jury, Assistant' Slates Attorney the Gospel Navy in the winters address there it 28 Lake Hoi lings- agent was chosen foreman .
conservationist on Monday fee checks from two amount is that business is pick ney William A Oughtcrson\ Phillip Nourse said he had no land in the summers he was a railroad worth DriveOcean. of the eightven-member: January
A 'friendly suit' is currently Martin County offices brought a ing up:' She said about $ .(1551( () I Tax Collector Alvin Andrews comment conductor" Circuit Court Grand Jury
being considered Bair said, "butif cheerful note to the County Commission I more in excess fees is expectedto gave the county a total of $26. Mrs Clark much Interested when it was called Tuesday by Cir
that does not work out chance at a meeting Tuesday, come from Prosecuting! Attor- 434.31 1 his 'IIIR Will very Road Will cult Judge C Pfeiffer Trowbridge.
representing excess fees
the issue will be taken / Illl': : ;.LACItK.3. in a picture of the old I
good .
lire Dorothy Pierce, county during 1963, from IJ62 Thomas H Pilzpatrick of Hobe
j to the U S. Supreme Court Fundsto court clerk, announced she had YURII WAR I VMS: up FORGOT will be the subject of Gospel Navy bout which ran Sound, was elected I vice chairman i ,
such suit would besought reported $459428 went to In our fiftieth Anniversary editionof Be Built in 64
finance a deposited $1197473 the and Paul D. Comb of Golden
in county INSTALL 1HURMMY the Board of Public Instructionand s talk and film by Howard L Jan 9
from conservation associations -
general fund representing excess $2184003 the Onans, of Madison, Wis, at 8p.m. '' Gate was selected clerk.
statewide Veterans of World War I will to county'sgeneral I ve been aboard it many
fees from her office manytimes Definite word that the entire
during Other .
grand Herman
fund. .. Jan. 17 the are: -
Friday, at
1963.It hold an installatton'sippcr at 5:30p she said "What wonder- eleven miles of At I A from Fort J. Pict. jurymen Conrad.
I I II was the I largest amount I in I .m.. Thursday, Jan 16, at the stuart Woman Club under the ful days those were We uxxl togo Pierce to the Martin County line i John W, Martin Earl Nieland
Tale Twisting excess fees ever collected by the new Community Church on Sky HIGH 'U IM) SUMUY! sponsorship! of the Martin County ; down to the inlet and hold oyster on the ocean beach will he paved Dean H Stokes Floyd! Donaldson

I county court clerk The county line Drive Jensen Bench: Philip SNAPPED TV AERIAL: Audubon Society, At 3:30p roast and fish fries. Every. I this year was received Tuesday, Herman: Decker, Joseph K Thorn-
By JACK JAMES court clerk office is the only A Kine will be installed\ anew Lloyd Chase Chardon Street ,m., on the sine day at the body was just one big family"Inquiring Johns Monuhaa* Slate Rood Department ason,, Robert W McMillan, Irvin
THK rut no co* BUT office in the courthouse operating commander; Kline has long been: Jensen Beach, reported that high old Martin County High School if any kinfolks of Dr, member, Fort Lauderdale Kanarek Henry I. Powell, W T,
Our bearded neighbor to the exclusively i on excess fees active in veterans' affairs and for winds on Sunday, Jan. 12 Dnans will conduct a matinee'or Nell McQuame, the old Gospel advised that decision has Mathers, Henry Cabre Victoria!
Mrs. Pierce told[ the snappeda \ Navy< leader, were Mill living Ih.was been. reached to the beach:
pave Proftk tend William
south has taken a hop up to the years has edited a veterans>> publication I three and one-half inch television children entitled "Who's Hoo R, Hunt.
fatherland of the Reds for a bear the reason oar the large I in the New York area aerial at his home. In Nature told of Charlie Rubins a road!. a. well as Glades Cutoff A total of 101 residents of Martin
couple of !grandson, on the Atlanta Constitution and Range Line roads in it Lucia '' County were called! for jury
hui and to live away a -- and
of Mrs. Mattie Rob
County service. Seven excused from
,hairy kisws! It is bearded my guest one the But Little Good It Did When Power, :Went Off Early Monday .------ --- ---- jury service by Judge Trowbridge

would like I o Minute Maid Ponders Sites

detour British for- madebuses a these car Electric Blankets Came Out of Mothballs I I Ttmptur LaU. Week'i Hl.h Weailer Low B.lnf4lltn.

I' : avan of Ameri Citrus ProcessingPlant Jan. : ::: II :iis :.as eu
can-nude wheat 1 1J 10 It .eo
.155. It as .00
that we will most By BUNNY ABBOTT day went out of commission, followed Had only one of the conductor PlannedA Jan II f'f U I.H
likely give him from 4:25 to 7:27 a.m. Tues- seconds later : .ae::
The electric blankets i by a conductor be- gone new equipment installed but! n: H : : : ,. ,, :
credit for Thensve'B : came out
of day, the electric blankets were as tween Hobe Sound and Jupiter summer would have permitted a Avenue tesiaarsture tot svwki II
lake the I.OU. and carefully few mothballs hours Monday night and i cold as everything else, for a freak "It couldnt happen in a thousand simple switch from a transmission citrus processing plant I is ly in a letter (from Minute Maidto TIDES: AT
later I
a wished
I place it' in the moss-covered hadnl. the owners power break left eastern Martin yean," Little said., but it did of power from the north to a planned. by the Minute Maid the Martin County Commission fZt.CU'f J.star Lerw.t:tI.fto
folder that marked they
"UnpaidBills" ,, I County without electric power Tuesday The cold said Little transmission" from the south, but Corporation In one of two areas- at the commmiont regular meeting ':111 .
But well suck to out repetition Weather forecasts were justified during that period. caused the conductors to contract when. both went there was nothing the north central part of Mania Tuesday Jail. If .?. 1"4. 14/. "f' ""IS
of feeding those who i when the mercury dropped to 32 According to Florida Power and and break but he added that undetected else to do but get: out and fix County or the south" central part No detail of the plant or on {sae nn.. t .10'11.i1/.0e IU.I: ,S.I 8:50an :
spitefully use u* and let our own I early Tuesday, the lowest it had Light Company John Little, a damage caused by sum thin,.. Little slated. 01 Si Lucia County. what basis a mite will be chosen f :
't : ,IseJas :
'w:: : :
folk that help the bills slowlY reached since Dec when 35,. ; I :;
pay 14. 1962. transmission conductor on U. S. electric in iled4
mer storms undoubtedly Low on Wednesday, Jon. 15, First notice of the proposedplant were reported communication lax. Itl 1a f 8.ataawsae
| starve (See you m Church.) It rose to 29 from 2* the preceding 1 at the north Martin County line had the to the the board :
paved way ,mishap wa up to 33. Brrrt .processing wa noted) brief te ri eiO i.e. j- de ice Law

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IMF STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, January 16, 1964 i MORE ABOUT w aiYw
1! City Water Is

6 n to Point
.Tr ',' Speeded

r II( intmucd from I Page I 11I I ILuc.

I R" r install ,i >SM;( > (noo) -j.al

Ion start( i link, on So, ill, Poim
and run liars north md. south

By September Southern Gulf
'1 had offered ,i deal lo> Hutchinson'

ors 1 Island property owners whereby/

SOL would furnish si 14000 towards ,

f i 1120HX() ( > project for put'

ling water on Hutchinson Island, ,
:: If the property) owners furnished

the other $206000( ( ( The property

offer owners agreed to icccpt. !SOU II I

_As recently as last Friday Roland -
M-rrell vice president and
1J trust officer of' ths First( National ed

yr Bank of Stuart and trustee for the k

Hutchinson Island property owners

met SGU representatives. who
promised. to have a contract ready

within ten diy) If the contract (s

approved by the:! prop:rty owners.
said Merrell Tuesday' It could be

within further twenty
signed a

days left of Indiantown, received the gavel as new president of the In
Southern Gulf would then extend NEW PRESIDENT James Rlnes, ,
I' Pittman of Stuart at a meeting Thursday night. Watching\
the water main to the Island I diantown Kiwanis Club from Andy
and lay pipes from the St Uncle right Is Jack Robinson' outgoing president In the rear j is Myrl Willmms. new vice president

Martin counties line In the north

i FIREMEN FIGHT SMOKE: CIOUDS AS 1IIFY QUENCH HIE FIRE' IN BURNING; Dfll \VII.ANn DOVE PI.\NF llltfflMMY i 116 the northern boundary of T ucs.. Indiantown/ Kiwanians Install! Mrs Emma Bcckerle
bay .property In the south\ Extcn ; Other guests t ul the: dinner In
'.. P"'" skin I further south would depend I eluded Mr and Mrs,. Norm,uHiyslip ,

r' ; ; : ;d '. ";: .-. Name Changed l.!front 'Peoples!Hank'!' on the result of negotiations bstwccn I McGriffUreesAlltoVote ) Dr and Mrs H. H. Hip

:;.r" I : t...;.. ...... ,' : NIN11. I..111.1111I Tucsbay and the Brndshaw I ... son County Commissioner a i 11 i d I
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1/ .. at the extreme 'south end II Mr. ,
'i7"" '... interests Mrs Jack Williamson, and
I 6'I
f' ; 'I: I"'t l .. .... Island We have our freedom/ Hirrold Wilder Paul Helsel. Grady
I ... Greene Kincaid Named to of the preserved; Mrs Thomas Ihurlow. Mr md.
: d '" '" 1,.. In December the City Commission 1 by cherishing the principles of democratic Smith Warren Goode and lack Mrs James Owens. Mr. and Mr

..ft... awarded a contract t o government, and one of I Robinson I Curl Sunor and Mr and Mrs Hilbert -

Bank of Stuart DirectorsThe Cambron' Construction I : Companyof I those. principles is voting Timer Powers, who acted 11 Clements

Orlando, in the amount' of 171 So said Dave McOrlff, an of- master of ceremonies. presented; Bernard Sher furnished piano

Bank of Stuart fornnerlPeoples of the Horatio Alger award!! i i n 592, Martin to install water lines! School to the ficiul of the Florida Legislatures gifts to Mrs. Jack Williamson' and I and organ music for the dinnei
County High
new Investigating Committee at
Hank of Stuart which j I 1 1961 I. I and to Steelc Point, Of this total at the annual Installation

held its annual meeting on Jan. 8, I Continuing directors ore }Harry $33,613 i is the cost of the twelve. dinner meeting of the Indiantown

t c cF :announced addition': of two new I B. Donlcy. Albert W I Und, Leonard inch main from the eastern city Kiwanis Club Thursday night at FRANCES LANGFCRD'SRESTAURANT) ) <
directors to Its hoard O Miller Carl P. Pauly Jr. limits to SI 'Cle's Point This i Seminole 'Inn,
Robert Greene of Stu James H Keirdon Jr.. Frank A the of the
under terms
They arc amount
Richter. William R. Scott, Charles He urged his listeners to get t out
D Kincaid of
and Ciarvice authorized Monday,
art M. Volk and Dr. W. Ira Williams. agreement and vote In this "year of distress
Lexington, Ky. will he refunded to the city by I on the national and international I RIGGER
Re elected as officers were Dr. .
Greene, a former mayor, president Southern Gulf over a period of scene OOr
Williams. chairman of the board -
: 4 cent interest
of Greene Dry Goods Comp twenty years at per ,
vie I Those In both t
Volk, president: Keardon government
Inc, I immediate t No payments on the principal need
is past president
my Donald L. Bowden, vice state and national must t answer to 2 PAt
and a current director of Stu. president; he made for the first two years ILNCIIFS Monday\ thru Friday12'TIL
president and cashier Robert BBalvcr us, and we should elect men to
but that time interest
art number of Commerce, He Is during
..... former teller, was all governmental offices who are TO 10 P.:M.
: 1t (: : a number of the steering committee promoted will he payable If water I is not sup- DINNERS 7 Days a Week 5
and who
to assistant cashier Baltzcr willing to do our bidding
of 100 plied to St'walls Point within I ISO
of the Committee a "
t, :".,.:; ... .; I..: I''I': : "1M member of the board( of stewards! formerly with t the Commercial days. the full amount of 133,613becomes are not serving for their own gain, For Reservations Phone 287-4040
... 'W { Bank, Miami, before joining this immediately. The McGriff said
U 1..tt..t of the First 1 Methodist Church, a payable
He slated the American character
bank when it has been in
THE 1 POWER POLE., background, wa leveled to the ground by the former Merchants president Association Stuart, a Kiwan-Retail bunking for eight opened years He and city 000 will gallons be paid for water 22 cents supplied per I 1.- is being molded by a dynamic Where the Stars Meet *

plane, ,but the cross-T remained and power wan not disrupted In ian, Jaycee and Mason his wife have two daughters. Kath- While no one other than SGU expanding population and a

left foreground is Lamar Howard, first t lit the scene of (the crash, Kincaid, who "became a substantial ryn, five, and Linda, two may use the line east t of SteelotPoint rich"this fertile land In ------- ------

who pulled Vernon Skelton to safety stockholder in the bank in to supply water to Hutchinson amazing rapid growth
twelve Island or Sewalls Point. the America places a greater responsibility -
1963 control
--- ------- ---- -- ---- --- September, I
on us all It is importantthat
banks throughout Kentucky and PBJC Offers City of Stuart may use the extension '
know what
we our
has controlling interests in banks I anywhere west t of Steele'sPoinl
I City Manager Reports be f faced with twenty
on well to cut in lines to Port Sew. years
at Duma and Marathon, as Advanced Course I II from now," he declared
as In the Kentucky Central Life all or any other area
hit is fact thaI is
Status of Water Insurance Company He owns approximately The city heirs the cost of extending a democracy
Projects I the most stable and efficient t type>
the twelve-inch main from
150( small loans companies In Horticulture of under which the
throughout the country, as P.ilm Bench Avenue to the cast t government
In his report to the City Commission ( tract with Southern Gulf Utilities, well as several radio stations and I The evening division of Palm city limtis. $21. 170. which it greatest: good can he accomplish
cd For I
Monday, Joe Crowder, I Inc., was authorized. I newspapers, and was: the recipient Beach Junior College will offer would need !soon anyway reason urge you
0py manager, included: I _'3. The city, water plat. ( at Pulm __ .J.. -< I RY "7!, ,'iq 'HlVrr, ,...1 ,v..Jt..,!> C in, to get out and vote, regardless of
for and who
parry: men women
'I.1 The water Met%, .Martin Beach Avenue i and Tenth Street
would' hiivtf wefl.ljllkl| added, und I horticulture during lho"spnng semester arc ready to further the democratic
County Ifiyh School Is "
complete: f' .
Four which starts in February Wacha '
Charges Again of life he
on : concluded
it was due to be tested and chlorinated would,' he developed to its full 2- The course will involve the basic way ( /
()() ).( ) State Representative Bill Owens
Wednesday, and be 009.tn10( -gallon capacity a s soon Qr
carry fundamentals of landscape design introduced McGriff to the club
Mg water by Thursday 111 plans are drawn and approved Palm City Man HeadIt
and the maintenance/ of ornamentaltrees County Some fifty.three were
2. Work on laying a twelve.inch (The money l III< already available and !shrubs' persons
including tropical
on hand for the steak dinner and
of $$273.(KK)() revenue certificate
mem$ along East Ocean Boulevard as part a
fruits and citrus.Maintenance .
from' Palm Beach Avenue to issue validated and sold in For AccidentA will be the same county com. to see James Rifles take over the
I problems involvingsoils of of the Indian- GOURMETBUFFET
reins president
Static Point would almost December) missioners", in the same( ch urs
I 4. Plans for street Improvements two-vehicle collision U S fertilizing pruning during 1964. town club for 1964 succeeding
l on
that the
..... ...... now con. and disease control and various Jack Robinson
---_ n_ __ in the Old Town section, I near the Dixie Cutoff intersection At its yearly orginizinon, meet I
environmental factors will I I I be
... west of the FTC tracks, and In Friday night put two Brow- studied ing Tuesday, the Martin County Installing the new president and
-.W Little Dixie, will be ready for thenext urj County residents in the hos (Commission renamed I rank Wa other officers was Andv Pittman SUNDAY 8 TO 9 P.:M.
( The course will carry college lieutenant of District 13.
A meeting cha commission chairman, and re governor
regular commission overnight and led to the
but interested and
credit gardeners Pittman told the Kiwanis,
Jailing minted Jack Suindcrson vice chairman group
/a1YHM,1, MTI iiVS..j. of a Pahn City man 0 n ,, commercial landscape maintenance for 1964 hn done a great" service to .Indian- For niMmttoni' till your dining

Can Al Walker Rio four charges people not concerned with college Voting "no" on the resolutionwas town He said the club was one room hasten, Helen, *lIlOwud
9 row autltl'" .. According to the reports of Patrolmen
.1...' "OM1 aa credit, ure invited to audit t h e Commissioner Edward Miller of the few where the accent I Is alwavs 1.6064 ATUntlQ 74400
MasY1a: sows., AT I leads TrusteesThree Harry Barnes and Billy course A maximum of forty students on the spiritual values of
............_.. Chase at 8:45 1'.01'1 i John H Hale will be allowed to registerfor He told those present that Wachn life He mcnted the clubf)1'
had held the chair for the t compl
of Palm drove truck head- past
school trustees were !sworn City a the course and will
preference ( the devotion and determination
three and he Miller felt I
( ) i
FOR SALE in by Superintendent Thomas L, on into a car driven by Mrs Tamara be given to those' taking the course the the years chairmanship should he it has shown during the past t
M Holmes of Plantation,
Crook prior to a meeting of the for college credit "
Martin County School Board on with her husband, Gerard, and an The ln also' installed Myrl Williams,
Home located in Monday night eleven.year-old boy, Bobby Deach- will he Fred J. Moiling, who has all The commission also in the re-hired vice president: Jack Norris, secre d tlJ.5i tflJlttamJ 1iM
Stuart near Schools. Al Walker of Rio was named board, as passengers The collision: a ma ter'l degree in the field of resolution county employes tary; Paul Seifker, treasurer, anda
chairman i of the trustees, and took place at a barrier where traffic horticulture and biology from the board of directors composed of

George Oiborn, vice \chiirman: chinked( limes l because' of road University of florida. Malcolm Rogers Timer Powers, On U, S. I, between, Stuart/ / and fart Pierre
3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS, The newly-elected third trustee I is construction Evening division registration at COUNTY inns \UVRSIFfSON I -- -- ---
CENTRAL AIR CONDITION. Earl Ricou. Police reported that Hale triedto the college will tike place on IIVIS TO

ING AND HEATING. back his truck across the curb, Jan 29, 30, and 31 from 7:30 to PLUG HIE RODFO I
COM. In the last fifteen years the cost t | in an effort to drive off, and when 9:30: p.m.JI.RRIAGF..
PLETE SPRINKLER SYSTEM of sending a student through a the truck stuck! made off on foot. The Mirtin County Commission The Spare Roomof
this week whenG
Several hours later he taken surprised
public college has risen by 14 percent was \ lICENSEAPPLICA1IONS .
CALL AT 7-0531 and through a private collegeby off a1u\ by Fort Pierce police, C. Troup of Indiantown, presented
commissioners. At-
n__ __ ___ ____ _n ___ 70 per cent I IGOI I having to a Georgia In has t townReturned possession, a ticket L J. Smith Stuart to Mary torney Dean Tooker, and County
Frances Livingston' Jupiter
to Stuart t about 2am. Nathaniel Bihor"Jupiter, to Engineer Fred Bell with Stctsort
DEN AGE Saturday Hale I was Jailed| \ on Izena Juanita Williams Fort hats of the cowboy variety. The
)) CONTEST WINNFR charges of leaving the !scene of an Pierce hats were a plug for the forthcoming CORAL GARDEN LANES
flll Circle T Rodeo at Indiantown .
li 11'Y//IIII IIII accident; failing to have hn vehicle Donald Randolph J Kegle t to

I n Mrs. \V. Ashley accident under; driving control while, causing his licensewas an of Florence Stuart Elizabeth Slim me II, both said on Fch they 22 would and.! 23.wear Commissioners them with

revoked, and being in possession John William Wheeler to Btr- pride FREE
-- --
Thursday Thru Monday of a motor vehicle while mtoxicated hara Rae Pollock, both of Riviera

ALL7WAU' .. 'DISNEYPROGRAM;] r : 1 : 11! Mr and Mrs Holmes after were discharged de. ASSIGNED" '10 f IOWRV AFB I I
Saturday being
FUN AND FANTASY//SONGS AND SORCERY tamed morial", overnight The at Martin Me-not POSTED TO kFIMFR AFB Mr and Mrs John M Steele of I
< Hospital; boy was
Route I L Poinciana Gardens!!,
': .:*WAIIDISNEY5 '''';-V'; seriously hurt, a hospital; employe Airman John Bordewin, son of being reassigned to lowry AFB I (EXCEPT THURSDAY)
; Mr and Mrs. Bordcwin of
;; said. Anton

.,., /:' a1. --,- --- Route I I. Coral Gardens l is being Cobs nar.l: :' f for, ,.technical;,' r'-training i ,,i,,,,,i itkns as a I 411 No Admission; No Minimum 0 No Cover Char1eI !


\ ;7"""' '., n,, ;1'11f' J Pioneer Club Holds/ 1'11 ro 1101 D ('\MBIR Ol <'OMMFRtOH : 1IIF VTt'lRI' (ll.irl.lul' VINE .llnirsduv.I I I January l 16 f 1WJ 3-A
f'' "'" :. ".,<' sum' GROUP (' ) IF .11. \rr.: lnl I) !I _- _- -
". { Dessert, Card Party
#' f''r'r;' :> \ study group tor Parent Teach IheTi\ was .e i good lurmnil lair Set For This \\cek End

t' \ L,: \Yctln sdiy, afternoon at I tlu er Association! members will beheld I the coffee sponsored! b > I the I ...-....... ....
Horseshoe Point clubhouse t h Chamber ot Commerce at "I'en-
i at the home of Mrs Willie I
lub held d,. i ttnra Reslwirant o n Thurvlav
Pioneer C a iert curd I
I .
likens on Wednesday morning
partv Mrs Anthony Victor was morning Fifty BoatsIn
Jm.. 29. I
the hostess i I Spotted among the many 1'1Int \'\
vet \' (,ue'b who attended were: Mrs. All members arc requested to were: Frnosl Kotltmhuuul( ), ( ,ienei I

i.a .. Roy Decker Mrs. J Jackhii\ .I1 lend and bring a wndwich.: : col.j i 11111\1 Bill Stone. Bolt\ ('hlllmII'.1'
field. Mrs Herbert Flanagm, Mrs tee or ten will be furmshexl I Chela Jacoba.: Ore \\V' Jolly) Rivers TourneyFriendly

Arthur Enckson.' Mrs Henrv' The meeting is from 9 a.m. loI I! Rogers: Margaret Kahn NickProsk. i I
Heck) Mrs. J J. I I. Bloom. Mrs 'l.1 I pm is four hours are required i Dwime eschorn I Mrs

W Cook Mrs John Henke Mrs to get credit for )jour local I ITA. Charles Conrud, I HerhcTi Mctacr(( rivalry between lov.il Roger Simrmson.' a sea trout man
Elliot Rice. Mrs. Edwin dodfn. I II i Manl>n SwecU. .' Bea': Regli.. NclmiiMalMein experts and visiting angler' / Iron 'ml: I[en Klwnrds I :: i a snook angler
Mrs truest Rodcnhaiigh, M r s PI'RSON!< VIA Abe C alter. henry. (,r+en, boats, in the St I Ilicie ami, Indian. .ol note.

George Holdun Mrs Andrew Pidovn i Richard linen and Bill VanScooten River will tenure n ma o-day hsh The tournament, Marts at 8 am
Mrs. Carl Hudecck. Colonel Mr and Mrs Kenneth M.lc\.ar.\ I .
: mg competition this wcikcndAround each day, ends al 4 Official
and Mrs M! W. Hale Mrs C J en of Slvnnia.) Ohio, took timeout I I The chlln11'ICrnext coffee will small craft check p.m.
t t i fifty arc e\ I I I (points are located at Fraicrreck
Robinson... Mrs Irom their dunes on the) laculU Feh I'I '
s Zihlman, Mrs be on i peeled la mill Iho Inland waters. I in (' in Stuart: the! F-ishnhol,
Charles Conrad, Mrs Harry Kahn ol S\lvama\ I High School to visit I _
the of Stuart this
vicinity Saturdqand ) I Port Salerno and Port Si I.ucioounlry
and Mrs. Willurl Carr Mrs M.iclurcn's\ mother Mrs ( I nun's:: ('111 F \n\s I Sunday, Jin I IK and, (I1)I). with (' (lub

The door I prize was won by MmE I I. Zihlman of Horseshoe. Point I Newcomers. during the past" two ,it least one: enthusiastic river tislvcrimm A modest entry fee includes 4.

Kice Table prices b> Mr and Mn. Julius Hmerslev, on each f free wiincr ,
t lt ino.I. i. weeks: include: Mr and! Mrs I'm-I rot at SandspntP
Mrs Charles I ate glad to be back in their Fair I Iho went' in the second iinnuul ; at *: '\0(> p m. Sunday Fish
iii her! Muniigm, Mrs. George Hoi-' I antis home after spending, t the crson Dean, Blairsvillc!, Pa. Mr I II Rivers 'lournament\+ : of the Sliiiirt caught ,ire eligible for pries in
den Mrs T. W. Cook and Mrs holidays) with Mr /and, Mrs. Jerry} I and Mrs. l.mood) \' \ Clio, Mich. Sailfish Huh fishing,II he hy ihe clubs titer tournament, open

Carl Hud'-cek..; I Stiller of Pi.luni.ik. Springs Although who are new''to Ihe park: Mr and roil mill, reel only)', one rod to each lo (the puhliiI '

't/ I' : it's nice to visit mends, its Mrs Joe\:' Raymond) I Luther, Muh., angler, and the longest I lish will I'nines iiiuv till he nude at uny
.-;; t ON VISITING' I Pit PR'I II<.KKVM UIIIKS; \ good lo he home again/ they)' said find Mr ;and Mrs Jmiesnuht\ Like the: prizes! In most. c isesSnook. i ickk' shop or it the official check
J of Avalon. N. J.J Jisilmt SI'OIlNOil trout bluefish mil/ si.iininsCHUCK'S
Mr and Mrs/ Ray; Stcudman ____
PTA members were on hind, shccpsheiid" and weuklish only
Thursday: at the Port Salerno llemenlary from Churchill. Unn. have been \' for' a (few wciks are will he! eligible/ for I the Icngm/
..: School Cufctorium for a i visiting with Mr and, Mrs. 1mmm Mr and Mrs. Cieorge Slone, of I Fast prices, hut a special weight calc A SERVICE
1 ; the Head and f.unity. At this time Moriches. I ,11I,1.1 N. Y. the heaviest fish of'
s .. 1 < most t informative program on I Long gory' ) joe to '1 ,
lo Mrs He idis
we are happy: ) report I
itinerant teachers of Martin County I any species except sharks or rats P '. Mwk.nl
\ recovering nicely from her recent i Visiting for the weekend were .\ STANDARD
Schools I I operation at M.irtm Meinortil I Mr, and Mrs. OV\ '. Hall of Hollywood II Some of the top Including in the Prlv! .rv. Duly"
Oiiest t speakers.. were J Jack Hospital ) urea have entered, tiny)
Smouse .mil Cliff Rollins. Smouseis 1 I Hopkins' u snook specialist, : Don 287-9864
\\8 1C 1 I in charge; of scheduling the itinerant i i Returning l lo Kmgsport Tenn. The New Years Fee puny was theta, noted North Fork :angler
,....- l-\V.k teachers I He.: explained Shut I after visiting the Truman lleuls, nllcMulc'd by'> f'rlfllllr) !Pirates. mill (hutk kindred, president ot tin Rail Air A St lark Ave
-......"" '" ...., the need for these touchers evolved :are Mr and Mrs, ('1.1\ ton M I Divis > I guests! and "a.1 huge(( SIM.'cess. Dank Wallop' I.eague: chapter I loin\ Port Suture

Till- URl1JlEIORfI.:'!/ \ : 1I() rITAI. AUMIIUU maintains :a gift shop ...I the hospital I out ol (he necessity to supple i and children. Ronnie; Male, Mr, and Mrs (Bill Alherholt were 1 Crook, I the superintendent 01 Rend Smite

The public i is welcome to make purchases there tor themselves (or patients Jewelry and cologne are ment the regular duties of I the I Sandra.. and Karen in charge!! of refreshments und\ I dl'IIJack) : Kuhn a stile. direelor Open|> 7 day I week' -

two ot the many)' items offered for sale sundries cart containing stationary: combs candy. maga- classroom have; the! time teachers or ,additional who do skill not I (hns Miller one) of our ",ng.i' brought arrangements;: ; something, Everyone for> :the refreshment present I Jerry of Sinnh the ,Wiillon one of I the eiigne original,,mil" I 7am.8.19:'() p.m.

ones and other Menu is behind the counter This cart is taken to the patients every dav Mrs Arthur I required for these special prohcms lime icsidenls. has relumed to 1.lhlMrs.. Dorolhv) Pohl founder of the Sailfish (lull Also

Tootf auxiliary) member .is in (the background ( i' town Miller (formerly had: livedon Mrs Melon Mirlm and Mrs I lit entered are John McQuigg(( md
Mrs Bond St Lucic Avenue hut moved\ l-ockwood ihe salad Wail Iwean, weakfish specialists -- ----- --- ----- --- Peggy,! is in chargeof ,! : were on committee -
guidance and testing. She gives j i") Brownsville lex? with his wile: .
GIRL SOUIS STAR r the ihili/ed achievement tests for about a year ago' While\ in Texas, -- -- -- ----- -

(HIKING()() ILASStS all schools, tests individual children I Mrs Miller passed away Thursday. WUa\ 'planned din rI t
I PORT SALERNO NEWS ner' night Iho committee. $$13,110 ffidbAccepted "
Girl Scout Troop No 80 has and refers solve them their to the proper IISIIMIOI MUS' of Mrs. Irevn MuinforJ consisting I :
started a f four-weeks'\ cooking person In problemsMrs
MRS VICKY PROSK, Correspondent AT 7-2085 course sponsored by the Florida Lois I ynch i is ihe elementary Welcome to new reiJentIr.. Mrs Kita Adams, Mrs Dorothy' for I '
Pohl Mrs. [nil Van Dunn Mrs JACK'S GULFSTATION
.- --.", Power and light Company in its school, speech correctional mind Mrs Charlci Hull from ( olumbus '
offices in Stuart whose job it is to give speech and Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs,. Jean Olcmt Mrs prepare ley und
Chest X-ray UnitIs Hibiscus I Park Group The girls will learn basic food hearing tests to discover defects i tail (lily of Detroit. Mich Mrs Pat 1Ilrher. .1 i hunt New BulldozerOn
loaf dinner und served keventvlwnThe
values and prepare various dishes, She then works with groups or i II All Sorvlco Gutrtniood!
I tears Insurance Man which will enable them to earn individuals correct speech imperfections Traveling via bout to spend a Piraeus, th. third try)'. the Martin
Here Feb. 5 5Free their f few days on I lake (O)|ieechobee ire County (Commission. finally bought lark Saunderson, Owner
cooking /
Hibiscus' Park Civic Associationmet Hobby Clih| met Monday: I AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028
(for her Mrs. Betty Warn is! the sch.,1librarian Mr. and Mrs Roger Nuson Mr
Jan. 6 at the First National In appreciation efforts,? afternoon! New ideas were introduced itself a new diesel track hulldo/er ,
chest X-rays will he given the girls made Miss Betty Slew-' for the different elementary and Mrs\ Glen Harmon and) Colonel !
and afternoon
a busy wasspent. hid
Bank community room at 7:30.: i and Mrs. A of St M.till) from I the
in Port Salerno on Wednesday are the instructor an honorary schools She spends time Diy! | Hostess for the day was. Mrs,. londu-Cicorgia I' 1 I rat tor Company
Fcb 5.1he There was a large group in attendance member and Scout Leader Vicky at the various schools attending to : Van DIIZCC.IIRIISS .
to hear Cary S. Zchmer i Fred Rpberls and friend from Ella\ of Miami was accepted by t the
mobile will be in front Prosk presented Miss Stewart with the libraries and keeping them up I
unit speak on senior citi/ers' insurance West Pulm /Beach caught nineteen commission. ut Its meeting Tuei-
of the post office from noon Until Zchmer insurance advisor the Girl Scout pin. to date blues and two )jacks using cut bait TAlKS u n..r w.'v.Ev.e .
is an e
4 Girls attending are: Corey Donn Mrs Becky Keller is the music 10() MKN'S; tllB' diivIt v.It
I'.m. We urge you to mark who works out of the treas director whose to give and fishing indium River was the third time the bulldozer i OH.dt
this Diane Carey Paula Kite, Carla i purpose is!
date on your calendar and urer's office in Fort Pierce and }Haarala. Margo Prosk Nancy the children musical el'Crience.anJ : i Mr and Mrs. Bolt Robertsonof The Mens Club of the First was bid because, the! commission t.
advantage of t his public he distributed literature to the Mey'l and understand Methodist hurch will have a supper "- had ti> clmh. Specification tn: Joy Sportfthun
health service. Minimum for er Nancy Lott, Nancysue a background I I lake Worth c nutty hi I eleven \
the is age gathering and appraised the var- son Beverly Gaughan, Brenda Wilson ing of music She is the one who I I blues und two snook using feathered meeting' hursdiiy evening, OH tWO Other occasions"" on the
test t
eighteen years. ious insurance companies has made Christmas i Jan '1 at ft:10( Speaker will he- Richard, Tractor, lompiiny of Cruiser "LINnV
Joann Shelton, Cheerie Phil- our programs rigs in the Sun 'Parlor :: II I I
A question and answer session \VilmaStanger.VlckieThomp-!- such a delight Sam I i Hurless I local husinessnutn.l l Fort luudcrduk: also. HtibmitledU I Summer Rate $S)() a Day \
I.ISr''OUR RENTALS UITHCII took place. with many informative Patty Scurry and Jean PetersHIBISCUS frank lodwick u in charge of Walter Huston ol \Luke P Irk and formerly> chief( ol'1 |police in \ bid of 13110. hut the com.
.\MBFR: OF COMMERCE: tidbits for the insurance-minded. son the elementary school Instrument. caught/ thirty three blues and ,me i Stuart und m Tuscaloosa' Ahl.1 I mission decided on the Shunt Cipt. Tolcy Fncehrttien

The regular meeting of I the the next meeting of the association PARK IIEMSWe I :!\ al program which gives the children drum using jut hull and (fishingthe 1' All men sure invited, rcgurdless, firm bulldozer because of a wider I ATlmll 1-171 POUT 1AU-KNO lira AT T-IM1,
Chamber of an to partiui Sun Parlor 1 < church alfiliiition. Iruck,
Commerce held Thurs- will be on the first t Mondav opportunity _
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day> night at the firehouse brought of February extend a hearty welcome to pate in the l junior high and high ------- -- -- -- --- -- I

out the need for a listing of avail Robert and Catherine Keeling school programs\
able rentals. Rev. Odell DeLonch new residents of Hibiscus Park. Cliff Rollins, director of I the '
They are formerly of Elmhurst, education
physical program i n
It that all/thine
who wish was i suggested to rent rooms or apart guilds Revival,: long Island N. Y. Mrs. Keelinghas elementary schools,, spoke on his
ments give their names to Jolly retired from twenty years servo duties He visits each school once '
Roecn ut the chamber Thi< will Rev Odell Deloach. former ice with the New York Telephone a week, to supplement the physical
facilitate matters when prospective Salerno; boy will be holding revival Company education program given by I It

tenants wish to know what is available services, at the First Baptist Visiting Mr. and Mrs Robert the classroom teachers His aim is /
Church of Port Salerno Jan to inter-school
on arrange more sport
Walter and Frances
17, I 18 and 19. The Friday; and Keeling were contests and to educate parents'
Ncilsen of College Point,, N. Y.,
! MSI IS PARENTS: and there will he two services on : education and its value 1 Duringthe I
Sunday business meeting, I ITA President
Seaman Dale Vasenius, son of Deloach moved from Salernoin Mr.. and Mrs. John Keller and Mary Brown thanked all room
Mr. and Mrs. Gunter Griffin of 1949 to Nashville Tenn. Therehe family have been visiting their i mothers for their help In making
Port Salerno spent his two weeks accepted the call of God into aunt Mrs. Elizabeth Pete the room Christmas' parties such
leave visiting with parents and the ministry of the Gospel He a success
relations. pastorcd at I While City Baptist: Professor, and Mrs. Albert Stein PfA members who will helpon
Vasenius was formerly station. kamp of Southern Tech Manet11 Iho X-ray unit on Fcb: 5 are: i
ed at San Diego Naval Training moved (ia., recently visited Mr. and Mary Brown Dorothy lite I Vicky -
Center where he received basic came pastor of West Side Baptist l Mrs. George McDonald of Hibiscus Prosk, I Elks Lowe Doris Johnson' '
training. Upon his return he will Church. Park and spent an enjoyabletime Ardalh Ihompson. and Willie MODEL WAOG GENERAL E L L E I

be sent to Treasure Island, Sin, i lie is now in his fourth year of sightseeing around Martin Lukcns
Francisco I i where he will J attend training at the Baptist Institute and County Peggy Osborne chairman of the

radar school Vasenius is a \1963 I Seminary of Lakeland I New Years Eve was celebrated Bylaws committee, read the bylawsand
Martin County High School graduate Welcome is extended: to all who Hibiscus Park residents at the several changes were made I.
wish to attend. Principal Peterson announced ateachers'
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thornui w Electric'J
( work day on Monday
MRS.; ADOIPII( RFCII Mrs Carl Hudecck and slaughter E. Hemenway. Ian. :20! and said there will be no Wih. 'largo" /

MOVES\ INO: | MW: HOME Nancy, of Toledo Ohio, have Mrs. Edith Thornton, Lexing school that day lo.d cUoni/ .

Sometime this week, Bea Regli been guesting with her mother, ton. Ky., is visiting tier sister, Mrs Mrs Lucille Howard replaces loads, toActivator
will he moving Into her new home Mrs C J. Zihlman, : Fli/ahclh Pete Mrs Rosa Quigley in the school 3-iona wosl| f
cafeteria, now that Mrs. Quigley
on Candy I.ane, Horseshoe Point Martha I : lag''' chaos .
Ha/en is home recuperating We are glad to report( Mrs. Ruth has retired ,
Helping Mrs Regli make t the from her recent accident, Brock is home recuperating froma The annual PTA fish fry will r thoroughly. .. '

transition will he her iter. or. and thanks all who sent mewsagea recent slay at Martin. Memorial be held on Feb 21 at the civic
villa Rosengrcn from Riviera of cheer during her stay at Hospital where the underwent renter and Mrs Dorothy Hite will

Beach_ Martin f Memorial. Hospital, ,! I __ surgery >e in charge of arrangements, Peg- A/allY
ly Osborn will handle the tickets. COMPARE

Further details will he given out NEW it/ode/7 /,!
The after a committee Hireling has been GENERAL
BEAUTY held to fmali/e plans ELECTRIC Clmase
Lovely Lady County Council President Vicky CLOTHESLOADS
SALON prO'k announced that the coun- u.
cal: meeting will he held Monday, WITH M..k." .. 10.pou"d Pro"",,
Ian. 20 at Martin County High OTHER I-v n.id
Conveniently) Located Near School it 8 p.m. Martha Burdine MODEL MNd.f Caplcl"" Starting!

_St. Lucie Estates, Kruger! Estates, Madison\ Section & Port Sewall on home hand demonstration to speak on agent safety, will tips"be _

"Individualized/ Styes""BRECK" / Special guests' Mrs Ruth Trcmiy Uy allY measure.; ..
> District I M I president and
Pinney Oliver district secretary, t
v will discuss plans for the confer

BODY WAVE ence on March 16. Thcreis i nothing"jmt t at good General= I
Appointed( \ as delegate to the
council meeting were Dorothy



H THE STUART (Fla.) NEW Thursday lanuan 16. 1964 '

,C ri, r.

Major Jack E. McDonald Named.j i- '- f ; .

I r

I '' r ) a.1p.u t

To Little Rock- Engineer- Post

Major Jack E. McDonald: thirty. river navigable across the Stale ot kss
seven a native of Smart has been Arkansas, including two multiple '
assigned as deputy district engineer purpose projects in the navigation t
of the Little Rock, Ark.. District of channel: ; construction of t two mill, '
the U.s. Army Engineer He hah tiple-purpose' dams and reservoirs
assumed his new duties after hcmy j in the White river basin in Ark,m, ,
transferred from the U.S. Arms ups; operation of six other dams I "
Military Assistance Advisory Group and reservoirs in Arkansas and I .
ut Quito, Ecuador. southern! Missouri; and an cxtcn .
Major McDonald is the son of sive study of the White river basin .." .
the lute Jack H. McDonald ol i for water resource development <
Stuart and the nephew of Mrs R .. ,
Mary Hartnun. His mother i IS Mrs I

Ruth McDonald, who now lives in I, ShopliftersIn 1.j;
Chicago, III. He U married to the
former Miss Alice Jones ot
,,' : .
Chicago. The couple has three Big Haul .' i

children. Major and Mrs McDon .,
aid will make their home at Little
Rock Of Perfumes

Major McDonald entered the
Army in 1943, serving until the Stuart police arc investigating I
close! of World War II He was a report b\ Marion Lllsworlh, manager ..
graduated from Purdue University ot Broward Ding Stores, Inc., .
Lafayette, Ind. In 1950 with t degree .
Fast Ocean Boukv.rd. that, while :
.. tI
in agricultural engineeringand : ,
the store lor business "
was commissioned in the Corpsof : was open !t. 'j,,
Engineers immediately there Mondi) night Jan M, I 111I) packages .... ./ ....
r- -- - --
of mentII,1
women s cologne

afterHt was a platoon I and company' I II ,ind .1 i grey tweed case were NEW OFFICERS and directors of the hank Walton League nuns. W O Simpkin, first t t vice president Rest Wuhim Charles
: MAJOR JACK I.; Me DONALDMcDonild stolen The value of the mcrehan- AI Ballard John McQingg. Andy
commander in Korea and has been formally installed lust Saturday night at Yacht (tub Marina left Kindred president treasurer:
assigned at Sandia Base, N.M., and I disc was given us $35075 to right: Clarence Hake secretary Jack Kuhn, Martin Hcuvcl- Ferrari second vice president, Robert T. Bair and Floyd Dillc
Chief the
qualified parachutist to
us a According Taylor I
in the Office of Chief of Engineer -
.. He has completed the Engineer unities must hive been removed -
Washington I Officer Advanced Course at the I between 6' Mi p.m., when they were
Division While with during the the 82nd war Airborne, Major U.S. Army Engineer School Fort last seen, and 9 p.m., when the I Tourist Club to Mellor Says That Submerged Lands SalesI
Belvoir Va.. and obtained a mas I store closed Each article was removed Meet January 20
ter's degree in civil engineering at carefully Taylor said, as
WORLD'S Texas A & M. College in 1957. individual dust marks had not been : The Tourist Club will hold a

LARGEST E : He was graduated from the Command -I disturbed covered dish supper Monday, Jan Are Spread of Information I
Illegal Urges
Ialallatt late! mtUUIlII COKfAKT I 1961... and General Staff College in I :20! at (6 pm The supper will be ;
Calls A Miitil pace has actually: been followed by a program and every.
The Little Rock: District presently measured One disclosed invited Please bring
study one I it yourt
ITA"rUMIlUlVAL Robert M. JosnloarnosH C into but held stinted to E. \Vendcnuith and apast melee headed by Lcomrd I U.
I is engaged in un e"leniveprogram that certain of snail t table service to the Youth Centerin r money in
a type Lee 1
rnasausawliir AT .38211 of making the Arkansas I els twenty-three inches an trav-I Stuart County perpetuity for the people of !secretary pin to Walter B, wards, was praised for banquet I
--- state I Bradley The arrangements com- details
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This is land, a
------------ Man SpokeTo sovereign
ol land by Iclf.'hich may
be sold or given away, even by Lawrence Is New Director
legislature' Mellor declared

I SET1 LeagueAround cited U.S. Supreme an Illinois Court case held in which in Jensen Beach Bank Board

GOODYEAR FULL KM) hank Walton that the Illinois legislature
League members, their wives and not deed underwater lands to
guests attended the Martin Counlyehuptcr' Illinois Central Railroad I Edgar W. Lawrence of HighPoint i I in Florida, and 137 in Jtnsin j
installation banquet at "The Florida was elected a director of | )Beach. According to Warehum
the Yacht Club Restaurant in Port Jensen Beach Bank at the annual 80 per cent of the stock was rep.
his held the in
Next 48 Salerno Saturday night. sale of submerged same lands in !stockholders' meeting on Tuesday resented ut Tuesday's meeting,
Chuck Schilling formally installed cayne Bay:' he declared morning
the new officers and direc Lawrence, of FrancesLangfords
HoursOnly SALE tors, headed by Charles Kindred, Foes of the submerged Outrigger planner Restaurant, I lobe Sound Woman

I Ir re-elected for a second term, sales find practice are attempting replaces the late Charles A. (Bill) Hurt When Small))
a legal way to secure a
Sketching activities of the past Porter Jr The five other originaldirectors ,
year, Kindred told of the striped I injunction. against the practice of the bank were reelected Car Turned OverA
said, the difficulty at present .
They are: E. C. Wareheim,
that would I have
action to
Don J. Palmer T. T. Oughterson, Hohe Sound woman was injured
w brought against each sale. Leonard L. Smith and W B Til- Monday when her small for
Mellor that the
suggested ton eign car overturned on U. S. I
mediate action to he pushed by pre'I I
v At t the directors' meeting which south of Jonathan Dickinson Stale
i group would be an information
I : followed, Wareheim was reelected Park
carried on through a
paign ; chairman of the board; Palmer, Mrs Irma Pcshkc Von Shas
I of
o a i t Ion \
groups The citizens must be president, and Robert B. Smith sen, driver of the car, received undetermined 5
I formed ttwt these lands are eji ; cashier Smith was also ,named. injuries. Her daughter I
vice*prwfdeftt" '
and must demand that (hey be DorK Was not injured U
in inalienable trust The The bank which opened tor Deputy Sheriffs Jack Curry and '
t ''k1r in turn must bring pressure business Dec. 4. 1962:!. has 198 James Holt investigated the accl- \

M e y legislators and state. ol duals." stockholders, of whom 161 live dentWHITICAR.
i 'I He slid that underwater, .
on the Texas coast had been
mated as "worth $370 an acre
year in annual income. That
an intrinsic value of $7,400 I
acre Just on un economic basis BOAT WORKSWest '

r should save these Lake Off Indian Avenue, Port Sewall l
.f .l Mellor also pointed out that 1
state has launched a $ ), CHRYSLER '
recreation lands acquisition AMERICA'S!\ NO. 1 !VRESE/ ENGINE I

N I gram ;"let's: stop destroying : I Rural Route No. 1, Stuart, Florida Dial Atlantic 72466
public lands we now have ef BOAT

SAVE NOW on slightly used and WILLIAM If. MELLOR j I 1 purchasing_ A past treasurer more." pin was I BUILDING Agent for AI Pnucger REPAIRS, Inc, Taxidermists STORAGE ";

bass plantings! r>y the chapter in I i\
expertly reconditioned Goodyear cooperation with the Ci a m e &
Fresh Water Fish Commission; an- ,

tires li-bulkhcading: activities; cooperation Casa
original equipment in an effort to establish! un Rio j

(f.2jn: 11.k; is be request made :that into I

fish management areas; cooperation I "

ANY with Committee the ;Governors cooperation Recreation in establishing BOAT & MOTOR SALES, inc. I

95 a Florida lobster and stone
crab research laboratory at the
In Stock for a House of Refuge; and endorsement Welcomes You To See All That's New I
of the proposal for Klandia National I
low, Trade-In Park.PrinciJlal. For 'our Hooting Pleasure 1 1lIthurled
Needed speaker of the evening {
1010 I was William H. Mellor, presidentof 1 '
or \ the Lee County Conservation <, '\ Dealer !
Association who stated that investigations -

tempting J : to which halt l submerged began in land at- j I' 4Jfdr- N. SLRVICL PVRISJOHNSON I II

All Set sales in bstcro Bay near Fort ,
Carefully* Matched' GUARANTEED Men may eventually result in J '::&$: MOTORS,,1 I

Mellor such practices statewide I .. .*,
12-Month Road Hazard Used Tire Guarantee said: 'While we have I lAPLRr FACTORY
...A75% More
or not come up with the final an. t
H Original TreadLe If my used passenger tire, Identified on our Invoice a* being guarant d, sers.,0 have come to the definite d
fails *s I result of any normal raid hazard within 12 months-then I pro conclusion that it is wrong Featuring i
.A- 8-than Half rate allowance per month based on setting price will be made by the septa legally
** Their Cost When New toward the purchase of any new Goodyear tire. Submerged lands are held in inalienable AH BOS ON UIIALLR COBUIIIUNUERBIRI
trust for the !people, and
the United Slates Supreme Court, ) BO.VIS t
he said, h,is held (that they are not : .
to be sold not to he converted _
$1.25 WEEKLY
-, 1tnra'rtslsnK\n' CHRIS CRAFT "StA: SKIIt-S"
Kill: : : : (

I l'> ''IMP: 4 UK i rr t'ot ii'r ..t' IIIKMSIII :
Goodyear Super-cushion Goodyear) li\tra Scr\icc Jl l>l< III. < I illier. I' ., .
1xn t'UR MIHII' tu\ri '''''! !!''''''''' '' 'j
'I.uUIII\. . HIM MM: \tl. ariu: ,; 'f"J:
1 ,
J'EII Ii..u'iautN.:; I ". ".... : "" '"' t ,, ,\." $ ,. ,

SHOCKS Q88 MUFFLER Qss V' Y J. APIMSOV.MI l'I"lntirr.l'Ollo'rtt ); ::':}. '.:":'. ":'" r: ', ''{: "

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ASLOW ASLOW TO I1>liomJ lMull. ADUlriuVMT I wwnarw"w'K wwaaa ::. a ;.
Inslalltil Installed ..'rr,. Tenneanee1'utn I
I.Id MudAnurkan Fib MotAmerican AUIiimnn: ; NoririKnIhHt : .
AS ,
AS hu
ii """ plaint for Plvorr I
Can Cum burn flied umumt you. and you are 1
reraNted Ia cave, a easy of ynut.5newrr I,
ur other written derrneeto
.11.. h OnmplHlnt upun pUlntlH
attorney, T U. llouk. P <>. tins'
1711.. Kimit Klorltl. and fllo the
oilvlnalniwor or other written i
." GOOOfiE4R drfi-itM l I.> each. ('U 'III.lnt l In the
oflli or lli> Uerk of the Circuit
Court' Miiurl, Florida I on or b*
for: the Ulh day nr Kobrunry, 1 ',4IP : I
VOl t',\iu TO 1'<> 1'*>, Jidn, .
moot by lvf"ult will b.a Uk. n
imliut yell fur the relief. demanded I
In the :-implHliitIKiNB .

SERVICE STORE day Martin uf (JitiMinrv.'VM.',inly OKHhKFD. t 2'1t4.tslHlrrtll' ':' :rld. ., at( 1 "Located from Highway to St. Lticie River"

: l 1'IiRCE: MIIIA'I'1 440 T 707 in Rio
Higlmay Jensen
tT.!:UK OK THIS Beach, FJa.4.A .

/reu! Court aoall I r rice I

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i I --- '- M \RTTN UrMORIs.1Births .1IIOSPI1 rhutslii Ijnimn, it l64 *.A TITP STT'tRT (florid,) NEWS
T \L

{ -.Mr and Mis. Robert! "

uillield, J.IIW Mr .
\: I a daughUi ; I SS "
I' ,md Carl Vega a son. Jim :
:, ;I.' t.n. Mrs. fiigeiv; Poox a
uightcr. Jan 1 II.1 Mr and Mrt.N \
1 1 Bivins, a daughter Jan' 13,
1I :md Mr and;: Mrs I 1 I. R Smith:;: a I

d,!uiehtcr. Jan, I I3m. !
J 7AlnulIl"Olll..e! t Meyu I
1. William I.ei \\ the Starling John Fulk. Frank ,
: Tiit1
.." : : Rooster Glen Faint' : Lloyd Bardich -

w __ Ruth lirock. Irma
ind Alphonse: I LlcasIC! ; diii<:haracJ.j
(arlvle Perkins.. Joseph \ l'
j j'j : : : / Betty Craig Dannv Ciarrctt. James

: Brotk..: Eleanor' Dees, Wilbur Fielder .
5 S
'j S S > $ Frances Spencer andV! nd.i!

strum Jan 8-AJmll\I.\ Herbert J. I Ih

'jI Smith Fred 1. Pullem J. an ,. ,
T TS .
x (Horn an and! James! Christie; discharged '
I Herbert J. Smith Carl !\ \'

: horton DNunno: Andress, I luaheth; Johnson Lyons, MM., 1 Ola I I' tqAVr.

1 Buddy! Tillman and baby boy I.urr TO.. tHE
: \ Long Ciiirnicll.i S.irris, Jean
SchwarI I.loul Uardach! .: and JU\(
rf [ _
I RIQ, \
___ Cicorge Kahmig It\k(
. ____ Jan Admitted I! !, Carrie Reed .. _______
I : (,eorge Met/ Kl.i Jones H.irry I' 1r UN\1EU\ '
: ;; Landruth. Juanila Caulfield, Willie IUNU1 _
Baker! and Vernon Skelton! discharged I' l
Helen Bianco Isaac. Hinaldi _____ I.
L II\\I,
I n : Mrs Jack P.innell and baby i: ,v'r.'r.:; I'i. \ ( S __ _
girl! Spencer: baby boy Kathryn
Porter. In.tries Young! and Donild ..
(jilliam 'ill. -, .. -T I
: :
Ian K)-Admitted, I Emory DCI .. ; : '
oaeh James (,'imhley. Kulh -aORInl'nG

Zercher. Cieruld Holmes md Tam. \\ : I'IU"IUEMI'I.: ; ; I 7olu SWllrtht' >lIt. left president ""I l (Ihl' Icnscn Beach-Rio United
my holmes: dischn, ed. I rank A. Fund! Association, recelhl'r collection kit (11"11AI\ Palmer drm .chairman n Monday' kick-
I Roe lcr. Carrie Reed. Ret t ha
I off hreukf.ist ill Milan. Ktitiiuranl I Ihis year's i $7OIKI.( ) .
1 !Meusc:, louis Mever, Willie B.ik- goal is up Iron tho $6 500) ul last year.'Ihe
drive tine U end Jan ) bus failed! .
or. Jessie )Hasting* und! Margaret! ) 20. never to reach IN goal

Curard .
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Jan 1 1 t (
II-A.mlllcl. 'lyric> <"Ir.
RFCEIVIM; ; tilE BtNMR.; ;; ; : Past president Thomas Thurlowand retiring! from that office. in honor of the home club: of the new soil Carrie Kecd U illiam Moore Unity Chapter Eastern Star Si;,,: ,:ons.Crawford! .

new ,president, Dr H. Hjzed.ilc Hipson ut left receive the Lieutenant Governor. Andrew Pittman tar right; Rebecca: Vega !Mary Bivins. J.lines Wedding; Held
II. Lieutenant Oovernors banner I rom Norman May'slip, Fort Pierce Buckle! Mjblc !\Illhchil'l1ll.! (Lira) 'I I
Ietim (handler, discharged.. (, e o r i c Dedicated New Piano Bible Miss Sandra Uo Simmons and
-- ---- -- ------ -- hide, Willie Mailing! d, era IdHolmes I I'red Crawford] were united i in

Dr. Hipson PresidentOf Cancer ScheduledFor t lyde! tourson, lummy IlolnlII n .I Unity' (hipur No V. (Outer) w.is Ornn W. Uxiis of Foil t Puree marriage Dec I IS at Bauihndgc, 1
Meeting (1,1.
ol' the I .astern Stir. mu Ihiirsda pasl grand\ patroo who presidedut !
Jan I 12-Adnultl'\l. Ru-vell Van > evening lor dedication' nf its the dcdiuiiion( I He )I'.nvnls, of the bride arc Mr.
Houlen Frank (Derek. "111\ Lewis, .mil altar Hihle il ceremony and Mr Robert W. Simmons of
Vero Beach Jan. 16How Morris piano an gave II history of the use ol' musical *
Kiwanis for 1964 on George Nkl7. RussellVdvm held victors' night ii'sliumiMils until the advent < I ned He.itnce 1'J 0 h n I Honored guest lor the evening the I the the ('rll"I"rd Sr. of North Charleston,
piano piuiui was project
men and women who are Indian River Martin Okeccho-! Skeldon.! I h\le McC lelland( und! ol the c.ir for !Mrs.! Jo pht'rilnIMw. S. ('.. arc parents of the bridegroom .
, Stuart Kiwanis Club held its an- vision, interested! in the fight against can bee. Palm Beach and St. Lucic ('rir)I C rowder; disehirgest! !. lieneva, ( )worthy null on of Unity .
e n. nual installation banquet at Sunrise I Pittman presided at formal installation cer may contribute their services counties Prominent speakers w ill hiince. fred Pattern. Mrs Robert Junior "Women' ,, illFish ( haplcr. The new Mrs Crawford I h a
learn about of their during the Caulfield and! baby girl I r m a of M.
more problems subjects graduate irtin County HighSelnruot
Inn ceremonies inducting! then present I he liihle I of Mrs I H, '
rep.in on Friday night Jan 10 Sullivan Irrnest t damble Junes / / Fry Plans a gill irve; .
I e w president Dr. H. Hazedalc cancer. and! become volunteers: in afternoon and Dr. Newton W. and a student ut Jones Business
Norman Hay lIp. fort Pierce Hipson: Dr William S. Rob- the American Cancer Society will I arkutn! Naples, the society's, president lewis Neil Oukle). Joseph Moment I Hill. past matron of" Unity ( hiu1s.Icr College in Orlando' Her
hailed the husin of t:
p.ist t division governor for Division son 'lust vice president, Herbert I be told at the live-county, District will be the after-dinner James Christie and! Alphonse 'l tickets are now availihle fin was aslcin husband! stationed at McCoy Air
Stir Misonic
13. including MX clubs from Vero Rosmarm second 10 Cancer Education: Conference speaker He will stress the import 1.ucasse.Jan: the Junior \Vomiins Club t lisli I Iry teachings I 'orce B.ise In Orlaivlo! After A
Beach to Jupiter, presented I the William A. Oughtcrson.vice president;, I which will he held. Thursday Jan ance of volunteer. in the fight I H-Admitted. Alice MeC to I he held I f'rid.IY. I h'h. 7 ul the Mr*. I lloyd Sullivan, worthy honeymoon In St. Augustine the I
Stuart club with a banner signifying Alvin Andrews. treasurer IICcretJry.and I 16, ut the First Methodist. Churchin against cancer. undlcss, I.inns I Donovan Ilirold Woman (lab. Proceeds will go malron of Kulh Chapter No 7 couple is residing at 3.2 Palmetto I
the fact that one of its memo Directors are Charles Volk Bill Vero Beach. Cancer education literature will Bynon. Ch.irles Fox Annie Smith lo the club project; the pediatrics ol I tort Pierce, wan alto' a guest'I Street t, OilandoA .
hors: Andrew Pmman Jr. I is new (Gladden Larry Timon. H. Hinkle, There is no admission charge: he on display and! available with. Earl Pidgeon. Oscar Matxin und unit at M.irtin Memorial I Hospital. ot the worthy\ ntuirnnt .
lieutenant governor for the di. Duane Luce and Ed Oodlewski! to the sessions which stirt at .''10pm out cost to those attending the -I led! ('hllll1hcrdlch.lrgel.; Morris All cluh memlKis have tickets: t IllIy VI\l't' >fIere\ introduced weatherman in I h a tropicsi
, in.for.. --- - .. and! an open invitation is extended conference which\ will adjourn at I ned, (harles Behrmger William I rhe menu will he (tried' fish huked unit honored including seven hue i cnn. issue his toiecasls: with great
to all interested citizens ot 8:10() pin !Moore Carrie Reed Hiiry Ian I IIIrlith. (beans, intuit ,sliw hush puppies, I members, one I ii ty'yeur member 'I assurance W*.ither often stays
i. I You WON'T BELIEVE S ---- -- -- ----- --- I'mlly tlcid.:rscluid, and rolls. tea calico. and lionu: made ind n niimhei I ol members of theViiuiotluiisi : viituully unchanged them for
, \ I II ll Ih:;
t.tlc.ha' Cammic Smith cake \ I I ( of Jensen r Beach I week
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. WAITING FOR: YOU at the Gulf Stream Council Has

I hter un. "'& 3 ,, :'JT1FabulousiS, New High in Membership ; ,M

I p '. M!! New i ,
Icd.and ( ... 't.1'\, PALM BEACH KENNEL GUISM I Gulf Stream Council i I I. Boy the council seven counties: accounted 1ord Wins Motor Trefld's'! *
t \ Scout. of America. announced anew for about 1.500( ) boy members -
.. riLY Martin. St 1.iicic. Glades,
< record in boy membership
- \ (except Sunday) Hendry, Indian River and Okcethohec .
reached! in I 1963 with 5,547 active
THRU APR. 22 counties have about 2,001( () )

WkX ;Jk members according: on to C.its M Dec.Gaskms 31 ,roster scout! members.The council's: executive hoard
Every Saturday 2 P.M. executive: I and sponsors' representatives! will HCar of the Year" Award
A new high of 1,601 men and! hold! their annual planning meet
r' women provide leadership in the ing and election of officers this I
) AriinlhsiiMi 25c sixty-four cub packs. ninety-four month t to consider ways and means
free ParklnJlnUif' scout troops und! twcniy-nme explorer of extending scouting opportunity
units served by the council, to over 6.WK()() ) total l11emher
; :a.M :oi '- with a staff of five professional by December %.a. through January 8: Motor Trend mafjazinc's "Car of the rear"Award
6 I WKTONlaVtOHE scoutcrs giving full time r.crvice. 2X() ) scouting! units for Cub hl"I
r4U\L UecwtIIKENNEL CLUB Palm Beach County, largest of Boy Scouts and xplorcrs I goes to an engineering breakthrough It honors all

-- -- -- Amputee Veterans May Obtain the 'Gls from Ford "For engineering advancement in the

GOLFat Permanent Car License Plates concept of Total Performance, proven in open competition. I

the NE\V Martin Melvin T. Dixon, director ol lerred! to this new vehicle after I
the Department of Veterans'- he has completed: a notice of Here's what the Motor Trend
Golf & Club fA fer of "))V" license plite :
IC. County Country I fairs, announces that the 1961session may he obtained at the Hanl'l Award means to WI...-
of the Florida Legislature I
I collector's office. 1 tax The cdltum of Motor Trend America'*
I .SI. I IUII.; : )lUl'I.H'RU1UR'II m Senate Bill 285! provided! a per tor will transfer the "DV" tag to Urgent ("noral automotive magazine,
I mancnt license plate for those amputce the veteran s new automobile upon watchnd J>'urd'a MiU pttfmmawt In open
: KIGIir JUS I BIIOKL KOSSI.NG: NEW: veterans of World! War II payment of 50) cents service fee oniixitltlun' | aw comrxtltlonmcMllfUxlKuril
liKIDGE 10 DLAUIGUHiiNS ; I including! veterans of the Korean. in accordance with instructions issued "* win every 000-mile tuck cur race In
I action residents of Florida who by the office of motor vehicle the luiit year 11II11J/ J Ford-built eniilnM end

FliliS . . . . $3.50 have acquired! a motor vehicle I commissioner If certificate of title an era at Indlanapull, and iwtup, thporU
covering the vehicle has not ." utr circuit""*.
financial assistance of the
through been transferred into the veteran's Thun they drove the 19(14( KorJn,
COMPLETE 18-HOLE COURSE Veterans Administration these and! provides name transfer or application of i Palooiu, KnirUnra and ThundiTblrdg andJlMxivunid
for transferring pcrina.nonE title properly executed must he I ( how the Imwinn of open eumpw
L'LIiCTRIC CARTS license plates to any therellr.I vehicle I I submitted! with proper! proof of titlon bav. IwliMfl, 1 trwd Into them.. a new'
obtained! in replacement ownership and required title fees I kind of Mul/performann" for thu. open" ruad
and Dixon said! the special: series license for kind I of And thuD theDUUUI
I driving.
Driving, Range Complete Golf Shot law /
: plate designated "DV" will Uixon( said! since the provides their award!
MIXliD DRINKS and LUNCHEONS! he permanent and will not be renewed that tax free license plates I issued !> The "Car of the Year" Award la an Impniwlv -
I each year. In the future to amputee veterans he per. tmtimonlul, but sra fur yourm'IfUki -
in order to !secure: the "DV" per. mancnt and transferable the hH th whwl l of '64 Irom Kurd. Thraa
BEN IIARTIG Pro Manager manent license plate the amputee prefix tag! will not be issued to the cam eMik| lor tht-nwlvw with thulr. eanwof ,
I veteran should submit his Florida amputee veteran tax free as in 'handling In a lupvrmarkut parking \
PHONE: AT '.%%7'& registration covering the vehiclehe the past kit or their greater atabUity on riunallclc -
I would like! to register with DV" blacktop.
tag to the office of the Motor Vehicle James M Harrell, former Slu- wi I Before you buy any new car this year
i Commission Tallahassee art resident was a guest' of his .5. I twt-drlv total jurjormanet In a Solid
with V cents service fee and request aunt Miss Lily M Purse 619 wib ,.' ,. 5. Slli nt Super/ TurtU| Ford now humlrod
the permanent "DV" license: East Fifth last week, prior to his .5 4 5 5 of pounds" mart car than anything In iufli ..
return It) Miami to take up residence S "'Id. Try Anwrtca'a only /lolul r/armanet
'4 ) plate When the veteran trades a vehicle there. He and nil family ,i ,, '.: S u compact, the Falcon V-8 totally new,
1 1' [ esl! for which, ""DV" tag has been have made their home in California t. S :- .z: -.:... I totally changed. Or, any of thu '64 Can of
I : for the three tbu har from Ford!
past year
1 issued!, _the plate m a y be -trans-! t -nrr5 .5 m MMfOMCHMDU PIOtMANCI

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''t' Q 2 year warranty on labor and -i FORD
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material -
4, 'iJ j!. : Under lluod ConlruU POLAROIDCOLOR ih5ud. .... __ nis .wt.._\\l0Id1.___I.wrn.iut" Moau. In..s, "Cit W IN YNI'A"4 MUM .,H um.HMSIUART ..INuLHiThat's .
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-' ft t TUF STUART (rial NTWS Thursday, January 16, 19(4,
1 __ :. ._ Miss Florence Stimmell St. Patrick
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/8'r'bj'i.''{ '. gk Y >'|ijfj'. Honored by Shower Friday Party PlansThe
f': t. (,\ f : a
.' '. .. I U I NEWS ]11 11Offlte monthly hu"nemeeting
\ .. t .'JJ.Cii.tr.qfi. .$ Miss Florence Stimmell!, bride- shall Mrs Mary OHara, Mrs of the Soroplimitt Club ol' Stuiiri
....' elect of Donald Kegley was honored Mary Smith Mrs. Sylvia McGovern. was held at the Flamingo Hotel on
H 1 f'Jt'T'/.1-l
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'. J. with a miiicclhinaous shower Mrs Nellie Welch Mrs. Lu- Thursday Itn 9.
.. : AT 7-1550 MISS MARY LINDSAY Society Editor last Friday evening by Mrs. Gar- cy Condolfi. Mrs Maude Hun- Plant were discussed for a dm
,' nest E. Keilloy. singer Mrs Kate Cscilio, Mrs t be held on Saturday
01 > Miss SnmmiHI was the recipient Eleanor Cecilio Mrs Jo Kubicek, frrhrtr4: the home of Mrs I
17 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7.1737 ot many lovely and useful! gitl, Mrs. Margaret Zentz Mrs. Evelyn Frances Keith Mrs. Florcila BJTIlutt .
: Garnet were played and won by Fmmick, Min Karis Keck Mill was named! chairman of the
Miss Pat Fields and Mrs. Ada Diane Huston, Miss Louise Triay, committee planning the p a r I \
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. iTi'S, Denmark. The hosli-M served cake, Mrs Ada Denmark Mrs. Lavcrne which will utmost the S< Putruk: s
punch and coffee Rosen Mrs Lettie Zarmls, Miss Day theme The hospitalitv hour
Guests included Mrs. Edna Donna Zarmts, and Miss Pat will, be from 6 to 7 p.m 0111 1 in
OPEN MON.:. THRU S\T. 7s30: A.M. 1U 9 P.M.! Slimmed', mother I h e bride Flclds. ncr (served at 7.
OPEN SUNG tY BAM. -12:30: P.M. 6 .M.-9 P.M.: elect: and Mrs dao Peck. her maternal : I II The public is invited Reservations .
I grandmother Other t guests' Cotton exports account for must he made early becauseof
were Mrs Eva Pclkso, Mrs. Mm i, about :23 per cent of Egypt' agricultural limitation J: of attendance to
na Lovison Mrs Genevieve Par I revenue eighty i
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!MRS. II, II. WIN(.nIlURSr wan guest speaker at the Garden Club of SWart Monday Jan I 13
Her topic was tying in colors in flower arrangements with table setting 12
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Garden Club Pondering Circles;


4 Spring Flower Show Is PlannedMrs C

T OBO$. 25 77eBURltES
John W. Hussey president help in preparing exhibits. Mrs. United Slates is a qualified flower ; and
Monday, Jan M outlined to the H B Swmglihurst will be in how judge and has served on the
MEDICATED lAIR 8geMIC Garden Club of Stuart recommendations Charge of this and the first will be State Board of Florida Federation Assorted Colors
CREAM of the hoard that the club on Wednesday Jan 22 at 2 p.m. of Garden Clubs and i is a past
consider i changing to "the circle A second workshop will he held on president of the Stuart Garden
plan" Wednesday Fch 3, at 2 p,m. Both Club. At the meeting January 12
ItI ANTISEPTIC: : t odt: SSe'BARBASOL Mrs. Alfred Butler, lake Worth workshops will he held in the first 1 she displayed several tables beautifully Kapok Pillows
hud explained to the executive Fair building ut the Fairgrounds. ranged and explained the
board last Friday that the club's Members arc asked please! to con Importance of having: the color ,
identity and name would remain, tact Mrs. Swmgkhurst! immediate. texture of materials and dishes to
BOMB: 57cALO with three or four general meetings ly if they pi.in to attend! the work. harmonize with the. room setting FULL SIZECOMPARIi
each .season" and general sponsorship ship as she can only take care of a and the center flower arrangements
ol t lower shows, hut that there limited number letting colors. in dishes
CREME FACE with'REO.. would also he circles or 'little Mrs. W. C. Armor chairman in As horticulture chairman of the \'oU'\I\ reel, }assured1 on ,these -
I.&t 500 clubs; meeting monthly with their charge of "Memory Tree Lane" I club Mrs Swmglehurst pointed out fine new pillows They're AT $1.99filled
ALO SKIN CLEANSER own programs! and I'rojeclEach announced that landscape plans that now was the time to fertilize. \ .
1 with mildew
circle would sind a delegate to have been submitted to the State fruit trees. She recommended the ,++ non-matllng
I the slate convention in additionto I Road Department for fticir approval planting of azaleas, which should rr' proof' kapok' ChniMie,
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the present four-vote. delegation I planted now while they are in i
Mombm were advised by Mn. The membership. was reminded l"e She also recommended the S' from an assortment of colorful

COTTON SWABS Hussey to consider the proposal that at I 11:30: ) on Friday Jan 17. uprea' as a very good '" .4 licking!! with soft edge-!: .
TIPS 27c 'not ua breaking up of the Gar there will he a tree planting ceremony ground cover.
Q REG 390 den C tub, but as a more effective at the city park Trees will The hostesses for the day servo piping:
way to achieve greater enjoyment) he presented to the :ounly and ing tea after the meeting was Mrs
D. S. Hudson assisted i by Mrs
and growth in gardening city and William Ambler park
==- GILBERT George A. Donald Mrs Ethel
Mrs Pickett Warren superintendent assist in plantIng -
1n;..IALARM7e : 49 the progress she has made reportedon toward some of these trees There will Mitchell Mrs. Ida Albracht Mrs
11 J 2 planning for the tea and'ishion he trees on sale to the public The H. II. Thaycr. and Mrs Robert

I:; : CLOCK show to be given on March Slate Forestry Department has sup Hannah BATTERY CHARGER 0 ..rrar.v
free slash and
21 at the home of Mn Patricia plied some pine CW. Op
40 Hour-K.ywoun4t Murphy Klirnun other trees which may he obtained Church Women
Mrs. L. M. Johnson who is cochairman nt the Agricultural Building on next Plan/ A nntial Meeting For nil 12 volt curs, trucks, boats and
with Mrs John Mcnnintor Monday and Tuesd.ly. steel
planes. Rugged!: construction.: I'lmer"
Portable Thermostat t Control
for the spring flower Show whe Mrs II B. Swingkhurst |gave\ the Mrs Helen Richardson and jiiw clumps: tompure at $4.95.Men's .
Troplo AlroHEATER held at the Woman's" Club building program at the meeting Monday. Mrs. A. Sydney Iowne represented
1595 1 on Kb 29 and March I I. announced tan I H :at the Woman s Club building Jensen Bench when the Council
/ changes In committee/ having as her subject "Dining of United Church Women of Mar.
Our Low Prlc* chairmen in follows: awards, MM. Table Arrangements tin County met Saturday morning
Ernest 1 DIVIS; commercial, Mrs E. For the past twelve years Mrs at the home of Mrs J. F. Bozonc
A Menmnger, Sr.; additional consultant Summit-hurst t has been a nationally 125 Cleveland Avenue, Stuart, to cb
l for miniatures), Mrs Finest t accredited instructor of flower show make plans for the annual meet / /
EXCEDRIN "AO:: 109 'czrom, and horticulture Mrs school courses, eligible to teach ing and election of officers to beheld
Cecil Johns. flower[ show practice and flower ar- on Friday Jan 24, at the
There will he two workshops for angcmcnt She has lectured in First Methodist Church of Stuart
TAMPA 25', 88C the flower show .for those wishing1_Mexico. .. and to many clubs in the Plans were also discussed for
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Itfr Gordon Ian MacLeodArt Palm City Man

,'".". .' I Gets 115 Days I Weather Brisk But i! :

Mart Exhibit
Term in JailJohn

: 1Hille/ of Pales ('ity rectived -I Sailfish ing Is FineDespite Ii : : :

To Open Saturday a total of t IM I diys in Jailin
default of fine on throe charges
in Municipal Court Monday: for ,: the brisk weather of the c.. six.fool. six I inch sailfish"' from : I

Luting to have his vehicle undercontrol putt 1 several days Clulf Stream the Hobo," C nplain JkVhitl.: '
\n art exhibit featuring, t the not been shown in this urea us well I
tork of Gordon Ian M icLcexl as nunv of his well "known' worksMacLcvd !. I causing an acckk.nl: for I milfithing has been consistently car: ..
I the/
leaving of the accident
scene ,
Ben sit foot
Turner Orlando, ,
Mil, he lo the public begin good Slu irl SiilfishC tub reported,
open is a member of the und heir driving while his license I .Inch "
ten sailfish from the Car* I
sing Fndi\ Jm t 17. at the Art SiruxiU Art Association and Ihe revoked I In addition to the catches listed "
\\ is I tune, C iipt.iin I.ouic t.unn; ,
\I.lrt ol' Rio. in Section C todnv the club
Art I of Manatee
I leiguc County : reported *
Charlie Burl SmglUirv of Went Mrs Julian d frllisor. seven-
M.icl cod is currently teaching Ho bus exhibited in New Faces" Pains: Bench threw u thirty.thy' Tiiisd iy that it I issued hut foot seven.inch sailfinh, and Gil .
J m,) ,irt class at Ihe Art Mirt and "YL'lUng Artist ,h'Ivn (he term for driving while tons and citations 1 1 through Stuart Fllisor both of IKlhewli. Md. .
*_ The exhibit will C"I1I.lineverul I West Coast and shows in Florid.i C hunikr of Commerce office to
and (harleviI'ln of seven-foot sailfish: Jimes T Lew. [
,, >> '1,1I ) paintings, h) M 1.lc1.'t I th.U have I A painting was recently: m exhibit similar term for ,," Inll'lculed'l Mr. and Mrs Jones A. Jennings. is, six,-foot. nine-inch sailfish, and ,

i I ul Ihe Irish Fair under (he (ullur li'n. All.inli, Cia,. for smls caught from i Charlotte I lewis. "both of McLean, '

I I id Fxehinge Program. Sentence was deferred in one the Oodles," (' II 1'1 t II i n I Frank I VII.. sixfoil\ eight-inch sailfish,
USCGA Starts i !Mi I.cod utluiili-d! Florid: Southern ( from the "f I I."
of finis Pete
4 I case vugrmcN: were iou- songcdi: run Captain J
the University of lloridi' und posed' for two traffic' violilions I ( llrl1cr d i. dreen. Durhim N. Robertson 5

Safe the Ringlmg, School of Art. He and one case of petty liircenv: i .-- I (Ililions went to; Farl Burhank, j
Boating I I h.llulIed under several: well I I ""ndcre estrciilcd in one tnf I Om ihi. Neh lor a twenty-five. J

I I| !known.. artists t including leonird lie Case (hue ea'e"f IIi\lurl\ing Adult ClassesRegistration I pound' dolphin .,md t to Puil Ailker .

4 f : Course Jan. 28 t hupmun, Richard''i Oxlev Rulher, the pence und l one of Indecent \\ I lobe' Sound. for an eighty- *
J I anti '
ford Goodwin I Jr, 1 HruceGregory !
wihoo from the
I t'poureingk'; cases "fhl'I''t.!'' five.polln,1 "Spray ,
J J l Ing indecent exposure und l traf II," C'apt in Riv Young .

0 . :,' ,., .J'"i' : ', ', ) For all those steal boatmen and I 1 he public u invited to the exhibit lie violation wire continued: and ("i'llIi"n.II' .) went lo Robert I
boitwomen who vast to improve which will he open from 9 I two d'fenl.inh were blind not \V, MeC irltn West IIivcn, Conn., .
# .. (her marine I skills Stuirts t I liii- I! a.m. to < 1".111., d.,uly except Sun- guilty on traffic ihiirges I To Month's End seven. .fool sailfish anti 'to Michael
I \ till,i W ot the D. S. Coast Guard I i div I ,
-- -- : Juliimo Ch-alll), for n four-
I Auxilun has announced its second I Registration for the ''It'conde.- tool six.inch sulfish from I the rPrnn
"Safe Relating school of the Home "
I Appointed mester of adult education lasses I I. F
I CJII-M; season, scheduled to start Three KilledIn Hirvey\ P. Drake of Chnrtcs- .
TlIe Jin will continue through (the end of
day: night/ according lon Mo. n'celved I II i citation lot '
Heart Chairman I
lo I'lanrevealL'd bv Waller Buimm \ -[ J.imiiirv. it was announced todiv I six-lixit nine'inch: sulfsh. '
commmderol Ihe local unit Car Crash Students l may register for high! I {
Thc new classes marking I he llllIlfr.. I Home or Tallurus school,; : review :at Port Sikrno Fkmcnlnry ,.

I twent\second year of such I i see spciilcr of the floridi:. House School, on Mondiys and i
Three members of an Indian of Representatives' has $11,739 Paving
instruction IIccepll.'daprointmenl
I public courses by the luesdiys' and at Mirtin' (ounly
t town were killed Siturdiy I II ,
19M chairman of
as '
lloullj will he held at the C Ci iA. H gh School on lucsdnys" and'
'clubhouse on the St. lucie River. I morning when their auto struck a I the florid.i Ikirt C'nmpiugn, it was : Thnrs by CountyA
I tI just 1 cast of the railroad bridge of concrete I Indiuntown bridge post one mile east 1 Rnnoiinced IhlII eel. In ( art A. other classes, which will run on I i

The entire course<: covers ten lessons fischer president of the Hcirl; the same. timetable us for the I tirst
"'Ilk'lcre! David William I
TWINTY-HVF: : !NO/7LFS, gleaming brightly will furnish, shower wiier for hillplayers and physicil and will he held each Tuei i Hum Association ol Palm Hcach nndM ,semester students: m .1 I iy register contract lot.ilmg Si 11.739 for J
tty und f-ndiy night from Jan berMonc twenty-tour: his wife, .irtin (ounlics rood. wus
class proiccU
education students (iS nights pivmg
'--.-.--- ----- .----.--- 28 through Fch 28. lucy. nineteen and his dllughler.Dehhit' Home will head the slitewulcc I urlher: ii information: may be 01'1.1 11\\0 irded Diekerson: I Inc. by the t f

All instruction' supervised by sixteen months i in pin tin in I chruiirv to raise tuned: by culling I F. II. 'Morton. !I (ounty ('(lml1ll '''ln .It a meeting
sr. jostFII; CAl lIOt.IC M. W. hIde. flotilla training off)- Humbcrsionc tied his uighlcr funds to support the Heart A\ l.cinlion' director of adult education ul I'iii"id.iy. .

!Sunday Masses: 7.9. and I 11 I a m ccr with individual closes taught apparently died instantly His. wife proitrani! of research into AT 7.2I)7.Zone() I The contract: calls for the level. *

Weekday Misses: Monday by members of the flotilla all expencnced died an hour after the accident: the muses of the m.my forms of I ------ ing of one mile of Hooker Park t
through I r day' K:30 am; Salur.isculon local boitmcn in Marlin Memorial Hospital heart diseise and of hunting I ho I Rout frxi Stile Rout 710 I I !south' ,
day, 7:10 am.: In announcing the new series 1 he family was thought lo have results of research to rhy\ieiID" I to. West I hems 1(1.111I.1.. and the wldJ J

> Cluh for adults of clisscs, Commander Buimin been on the way li.> Stuart it visit nnd the puhlic I ICnl11l"iln Changes i enhg and leveling of I 1.1 I miles: of :
onednsday :
parents, Mr anti While I list car's heart Fund .
pointed out t that slicing of the West tarot Roid west from Slate
\\ at 7:30:
p.m. I courses, is a national:: i mission i of Mrs David HumbcMonc / in lloridi produccc. Made by 'Roid 710( to Rohnd Brilge!! ;
School of religion for high/ school the U.S.C.G.A" assigned by the The auto was demolished, with nearly $800) ,(MM). home pointed CityTwo Theeommission also called forbids :
students every Mondiy, 7 to 8 Congress of Ihe United Slates The its front end ripped around a out (hat he hope to sec I Iloridi I i for the leveling of Ricou

p,m.: for students grades one purpose is three.fold: to improvethe foot square concrete bridge post prettIly exceed. this total in IWS4\ amendment to existing' Roid in Jensen Bench: surfacing
AU S\I'IITS': EPISCOPAL REDEEMER LUThERAN through eight, every: S,iturd.iy, 9:30: safety of rapidly-growing recreation Three other heavy reinforced concrete since ( he iniiiiense, prohkin ol roiling onlin.uieis were pissed hvbo sections, of the I locks Road, and mof .
Jensen Beach to 11:30: a.m. posts and railings were smash. heart disease this re ( C ommission
Worship services Sunday if boiling to teach nnrl- :i ii : in country Ity Monday the surfacing of Normindy Avenue -
every The St Guild will holda cd No other vehicle was known In ,
all-out effort
Joseph research
quires an nlghlOrllin! .
time Hibiscus Park
Thursday, Jan. 16: 10 am. Holy morning at Redeemer Lutheran procedures legal requirements in Washington>>
Communion. Intention: "Thanks- Church East Ocean Boulevard at bake sale Sund,iy utter all Masses and to improve public tnjoymcnt 10 have been Involved in the accident anti education nice No. 182 changes!! the Avenue in ('(Iral Girlcns, and -

giving for Our Lord Presence m 10:30: with Bible class and Sun The St Joseph Ushers Club i is I of boating by educationin lie pointed out that more than toning of lota 8 and V. block 3, a uniill section on AIA 1 in the vicinity -
the Holy Communion." Altar Guild day school preceding at 9:15: am sponsoring a barbecued chicken I marine skills, nomenclature and Ono of the auto's tires was SO per cent of all deaths rciuli Porter Addition, from R-2 1 to C-i.I of .the new post' office atI
meet i follows Confirmation dinner Sundiy Jin 26 12 noon marline pike !seamanship blown out but It wu not deter from one of the many forms ol Ordinance No 1X3 permits up"irt. I lobe Sound
ng "What Shall It Profit a Man? mined whether it blew out beforeor heart disease In iddidon I to Ms /
( houses be
104 p.m. These classes l always hive been fluent to as high us seventy
classes: ., children 8pm .
4pm ;
will he the subject of the Lutheran ,I with .
I impiict bridge
adults well-iiltcndcd t and have been universally on death toll million of Americana five feel, with setbacks Increased '
Church's weekly TV programon Humbcrstonc was a graduate of of all iicnpicilitcd UI1- in
1I11.( pioporlion to height.
Friday, Jan. 17, St. Anthony: 6 Channel 1 at 9:30: Sunday morning SUFRNO MJUTIIt'R'IIIUTIIJJ : popular for fellowship und Martin County High !School; und mildly ilh a consequent economic -- Till: ,AR I 11115 ltl Fits

a.m.. Holy Communion. Intention: An absentee landlord who i is ,I : ) l' enjoyment as well as the subjects wan un employe at Pritt & Whit loss to faiiuliis communities und Mr and Mrs Arthur Beer I IJuncllen -

"For Our Convents and Monas- indifferent, to the needs of his The pastor, Rev. Durward H. night"We find that people a lot ncy He helped campaign extensively businesses CIRC tin I' (OUR. MUI I SSF11.11) N. J.. ire the parents of a
tiines" tenants is I the main character in I Knight Jr will he the speaker ali get for Ms father when the elder -- -.- ---- ( J tN. 7 14)) girl. Mary kaborn t Monday
fun from their
Saturday. Jin 18: 10 am, children this week" episode of This is the i 'J:30: () urn worship service, Sunday more they improve their knowledge boating and Hunibcrstonc ran for sheriff in (('hnl1""' )) Jjil:: I M. wnyht; six pounds Mrs:
s confirmation classes life. school follows it 104': kill ." said H,ik in commenting I9ISI). South Florida la Grand Ik mil It IViidnrvIs. Beer U the I"trmcr Sits, Joyce : '
Second Sunday after EpiphanY, Jesus story of the Good Siniuntan -'I All Fptvorth Leagues will meet I"on the value of the schools Just lie is survived by eight brother I i Willnni l.url Pcndirvis, ilivorec 1 Harrell nf StiuitUph ;
Jm 19: 7:30: ( a.m" Holy Communion who aided his injured at the church Wednesday evening as in any other sport, enjoyment und sisters I r c' iiouk \\
; ,? a.m" Family Communion; neighbor of another race i is the ut 6:30.: There n a class for each increases as skill increases, Particip !. Fair to Start 1 1 lovd I I.. Shcncniun and Flor ilstcrcd outdiKir t I furniture '

1't /!*"...,morning Pf'IIl'fr.' touXii. basis of Dr. O\wuld Hoffman I apr group* including adult mid gain not only from the facni! dice Shencmnn, his wife vt. Fret!J can.he ,kept" cooler when e\po\cd. ,"
nm fi by Bishop Lourtit Time (fthcA message Good Neighbors to he The filmstrip. "So High A Calling al instruction, but perhaps ever Lighthouse Plat H. IWrodjiC' ..n& l cJlle A. LI to the nun by mean of u new: a _
,%' \lounced heard on "The Lutheran Radio I ." will he shown ul the evening more from class discussion and On January dredge, hm wife mortgage foreclosure treatment with reflecting! alun1l.nlllll. .
"ri, .ddY and Thursday services Hour" next Sunday evening a I service this SunddY. The evening question and answer sessions" Ihurlow antI Ihurlow .
W len cancelled Fr. easier Gains ._ .... .__.. .. _._ .
as 7:30: on WSTU radio.. "The figure/ service 7 30 and the The schedule of clas ApprovalBy ""'--- I
begins at : complete "leading (the Way immmimnmmK '* wmimr mmmmmmmausi''t > !- rr |
\L r !wrt: away on retreat. of Ihi Samaritan Mill haunts pcopie showing of Ihe filmstrip will he at se i is as follows: A More liibulous 241 :
E.C.W. Deanery Workshop Wednesday utmost two thousand l yeirs after 8. 1 his film mark Ihe beginning Jan. 2H, registration and intro the
J,in. 22. Registration 10 9:30.:m. the first tl story was told:::' the of a teachers training course duclion: Jan 31 I. seammship PartI CountyApproval florid the theme fair for. which the I964 is \ Soil Conservation News = f: I
Communion a
H m Holy I lutheran Hour will
speaker point Feb. 4 Part II Feb.
Prayer service will he held each ; seamanship, ; to Knowing the Immense: '" /
Bring a beverage the host provided out.On Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. 7, aids to navigition/ : Fen I II I, / of a pi.it for new I of the Sunshine Stiitc The fair to MIIMIIIMIMIIMMIIMMMMMIMIMMMMtMMUMWttMMIMIIIIllMHMI
All Saints' is meet parish Wcdnesdiy evening, Sundry charts and compass; Fch 14, rule lighthouse Point Subdivision was he held ul the Lxposiflon Grounds Martin Soil Conservation Dune Smart, Jupiter and! flobo Sound :

for this very important tchool! teachers will meet at K. JFIIOVAIIS "lfNfSSIoS: : of the road; Fcb I 18, ;motorboat approved by the Martin County on U. S. 98 west of West Palm I I Supervisors Dean Smiley, Wal- In giving, 310 resource conservation

ing of the women. On !Saturday morning the con kingdom Hull, Brilt Roud regulations and safety; Feb. 21, exnmmition Commission at itS meeting Tites'tluy. leach, from Jin 24 through KbI er Hupfcl, Tom Clement., James I r booklets lo Mirtmi; elementary
CHRISTSCIENTIST l rmalion class meets at 9:30), with I : Feb 25.JX"cial on : I I. I Is to cmphusi/o in In many pupils, and we could go on :
FIRST CHURCH OK junior choir rehearsal at II. Thursday; : 7:30: p.m" Thcocritic Si. Lucie Inlet; and Feb 28. graduation Ihe approval paved the way for exhibits and competitions the vcr Foster' und Curl !Sanor sent the A short look now to Ihe planning

The rose display garden i is now Ministry School; 8:30) p.m., service and refreshments construction: of homes mid streets itility and the Infinite opportuni (lislricls j 1961 annual report lo /nnd application (If technical pruc;
East Ocean Blvd, Stuart in full bloom Visitors are invited meeting, theme, Fulfilling Our Ihe courses are free, with a hy R. V. Johnson, Sluurt realtor ties of the country fastest devclpmg the State' Soil (onservutlon HourJccently lues m I \I9fi3/ which includes servicing :
Sunday morning service at I II 1. to come see it. to b r in their God-Given Privileges" modest charge: for textbook and About seventy seven acres arc involved I > urea for work, play antiitleas. District Supervisors wereilcuscu of Agricultural ConservationProgram
Jan I 19. materials. The November.Dccem- in the subdivision which with their soil and
l.c\\on.\ermon subject: friends, and enjoy the beauty of Sunday: 6pm., public discourse; water referrals from Martin
life" our Creator Our church is theme What ll >pe for Lusting her clasi graduated twenty-two par. adjoins Seagate/ Subdivision in In this age of specialization. the .onservnton efforts and, In their 1'11111eal.h.: und Browurd counties/ :
Sunday school, I Mam I Nursery day for meditation' open and Peace?" by H Ihibodeau; 715pm : licipuntt, and it i it believed the new Palm City.Approval. fair will offer the opportunity to report, thanked all cooperators and Sixteen more farmers are cooperating
provided.Wednesday. ,I every .. Bible study with aid I 0 f school will be even larger. The of the plat was made the many involved in only one upporters' Ixxiking ahead, they with the. District I on 33.434 a
Testimonial meeting, I prayer. Wutchtowcr; theme. "Identifying I opening class" Jan 28, tttrt at earlier by the Marlm County aspect of life to get li.> know and wish lo accomplish more in '64 acres; twelve basic conservation

8 p.m.Reading. the Spirit of the World and Avoiding 7:30: p.m. to provide additional Planning and Zoning Commission. pprcxlnie th* work done by othri A second lock, ut some of '//I)'. acivilies farm plans were prepared with cooperators -

Room: 282 Flagler Avenue I FIRST METhODIST the Plague Upon the Spirit of time for registration and Issuance The commission also changed c around them Here at the fair :I :: special' and regular: ctcciont : four farm plans were
10 Stuart : materials classes from interim zoning to Residence for Soil Conservation District i conservation C
: Monday through Friday, I the World I of Subsequent he young electronic engineer can revised; one range :
am, 2 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m., Wednesday Jin 15: The commission Monday: 7:30 Bible study; I arc scheduled at 8 p.m. and last 3.A, lots 18 and 19 in the Hanson see tome of the ni lion'* prize cat- Supervisors; best 1 yet' Soil Stewardship plan was written; 201 cooperaors a
12:30: p.m. on missions will meet at theme p.m.Forth approximately two hour Irani The change will permit lie and the best 1 of a ycur i harvest Week with twenty.four church- were serviced; I 15) Cooperators applied :
Carrying Elijuhs
Christian Science radio program, the home of Mrs Jolly Bozoneat Unfinished Commission" Additional information and advance trailer parking The area Is located and the farmer can KO the displays eI cooperating: a high school speak\ conservation: practices; seven .
"The Bible Speaks to You" maybe 10 a.m.; the chancel choir re reservations can be made near Sundsprit! Park Port Salerno. of the Intent In industrial Ing content: thai resulted In Joan teen farm ponds were approved; :
heard over WSTU Stuart, hearsal will be held at the churchat Assemble at Kingdom Hall for. I with Training Officer M. W. Hale The commission: approved rezoning anti business machines /aldron of Indiantown winning/ nine fish ponds were stocked; ..

1450 kc, at 7:15:I p.m. Mondays. 7:45 p.m. participation in field ministry: Saturday at 287-0982) or by card or note from Industrial to Residence It will also he a holiday week the local area, and Ktule contests' ; there were fifty acres of wildlife
Topic for Dec 20 "Can You Friday Jan. 17: The junior choir and Sunday, 9:15: am. addressed to him at Horseshoe 3-A, tracts 53 and 60 (about for men. women and children from more interest in the development food plantings: mum and lateral

Succeed: in Business and Be Real will hold rehearsal at 3:30: p.m. in Tuesday 9 amCONGRIGAIIONU. Point, Port Salerno. Such advance nineteen acres) in Palm City Farmi the twelve competing counties On of the Barley Barber Swamp Wuershed ditches, 41X1( ( miles.: 4.(MM) water

Iy Honest?" the church. registration is not essential it was the agenda are a Teen Queen Con- and Rural Area Development structures: 845 acres land leveled .I
: pointed out. but is helpful to the test 1 and the amateur's pholograhic cooperation between Soil and I6J ACP referrals were ..ert t
Jan. 19
OSCF.OiASTRFF.T Sunday, : Morning worship Palm City lotdla in planning the sessions. Boat DestroyedBy < competitions, among the (.onservation Service and the Junior viced it
services will be held at 8:45
METHODISE, Conservation Club of Stuart to District propose to t
and I Ham.. with the Rev. will unny open to youth and tule-nt supervisors-
pastor, The D hie Union Church '
H of set a record in the treating und repeat 61 projects: in 64, add an .
Rev. Durward Opened by the performance year
The ,
pastor Walter D. the conduct church school 9:45
Jessup delivering at
Fire SundayAt restocking of farm fish ponds; award item, revise their program, -
Knight Jr., will bring a messageat sermon. Church school will be at am Sunday Judson Minear is Leaves GrantedBy the NoraJ Cavalcade Music '
and funds.
between Kiwnmans of
teamwork seek uddcd
Sun. I
11 worship service the outstanding military music of
the a m
10 a.m ; Junior and Senior Methodist superintendent Morning worship
day. Sunday school 9:45: am, Youth Fellowship, MYF, will I is at I II I oclock The pastor Rev. School Board Port SalernoA I hen ilion's armed forces, t h. ____ .. ee'..-.
under the direction of Rev. Charles 6:30 fair will he more than a showplace
meet at : Sunday evening Lawne J Sharp, will take for his
Bennett. Monday, Jan 20: Mens prayer sermon theme: Basic Concerns of twenty-one-foot boat owned for the outstanding achievement Ocean Breeze Park News :
Pastors office hours are held group will meet at 7:30: am the Church." Small children are leave to attend meetings of var by H D. Lynn of Port !Salerno; of the year; it It I place where I

each week on Wednesdays from Tusday, Jan. 211 1 : There will bea cared for in the kindergarten room I ions kinds were granted several was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon isiton and natives alike will gun Mrs1. Rosy Fnflcld, Correspond
2 to 5 p.m., or by appointment WSCS study, beginning at 9:30: during the hour of worship Martin County school employesby when gasoline from t the a new perception of the

Prayer service and Bible 7:45.study We a.m. Bring sandwiches for a snack Sunday evening at 6 the Jr-Jun the school board at a meeting carburetor Ignited, spewing flames of our state.Building. b.... 111" I J IafliUIJI1VlWlMr.
at :
Wednesday evening lunch Drinks will be furnished ior Hi for Monday night. over the cabin
members and friends to group meet fellowship and Mrs Herman Larsen will be host next week.
urge our at the church. Sponsor are !Mrs\ The employes and teachers are: Mrs lynn reported the boat a I
attend the mid-week service. FIRST BAPTIST Lets Williams and Mrs Maydelle Geislc I.eckeban. Richard Cahill Complete tos*. She ( lid I David Permits were hosts at a dinner party reCently -, Mr and Mrs George Mangel .

Stuart Moore. Carol Schwarz. Eli Howell, Frank Done, also of Port Salerno started their guests being Mr. and from Mukegon, Mich are spend- *
ST, M\RY'S EPISCOPAL Lodwick, James Robinson and the engine to test the bilge pump Mrs Alex Peterson (hicago: Mr. ing the winter with her sister, Mrs. .
The Women's meets
The Training Union executive Fellowship and the carbureor Total $$76,700 and Mrs O B. Campbell Pocutello -
Thursday Jan. 16: 9 am, Holy Mane Hucnmg engine. Suddenly, Jerry Buick.
Wednesday, Jin 22 from 10 am :
committee will meet at the church : fire. A fire b Iowa; and Mr. and Mrs Simon
Eucharist.; 9:30: a.m., healing servIce to 3 for work and The board also hired Mrs. Char- caught extinguisher
; 10 am, general meeting of Wednesday night at 6:30:. followed women p.m. of the church are invited lotte Buck as junior high school/ ailed to operate when Cone tried Nineteen building permits were Nelson, Hartford, Conn After dinner Mr. and Mrs Al Pischl are expected :

the Episcopal Churchwomen. The at 7:30: by the mid week wor- Come for all or part of the science teacher. 10 put out the bla/e H. was not Issued In Martin County last week the party was entertained with home this week from a visit I

meeting will begin with corporate ship w.'Vice. The youth and chancel time Bring lunch: The board accepted the resignation burned. for a total of $76700 /popular Swedish music with their son und family on Long :

communion for the women, followed choirs will rehearse Wednesday of Rosa D. Quigley, Port A truck and crew from the Port Five 'Issued by Ihe city Inspector .. Island, N. Y a
Mr and Mrs Aaron Bellinger
business meeting in the evening at 8:I 15. Salerno school lunchroom !Salerno; Fire Department extinguished
by a totaled $13,700() ) the county In.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: : and ton of Clay, N Y., have returned Mrs Scammerhorn enter-
officers At both the 8:30 and I H I because ill health the fir. Ray
cloister room; all the new : am. of and issued fourteen for a total
specfor after a visit with Mrs Bet.linger' tamed; her bridge club with an extra :
Pine Luke Drive
will be presented to the group at worship/ services on Sunday, Chap- ed a resolution "helper'l of $63/ ,(XX). also visited afternoon. Dessert .
to attend. lain John N. Hudson will for her MRS. JOHN W. STOKES parents they lible Monday
Please plan speakon long and
that time. 9 a.m.. worship service; 10 a.m., Quigley Si and Coral. served and
of the "A Mari of Sorrow. At the She hat been R.\PPOIS'fD: TO IIIF Petersburg Cape and were
All women church: fchool (classes for all ages)* service. an BFAUIY IS WHERE: : Weeks, Sue :
church are members of the Episcopal 7:45: worship service he "will speak I II I am, worship service, of the school system since: 1933 punic LIBRARY BOARD. YOU HM U If Mr. and Mrs Soron Swan and prizes Bessemer went and to Rony Mary Enfield.
"The Lord and thee Mrs John W. Stokes was :
Churchwomen. on Supper re appointed -
Mrs frank Wittenbert
A study will meet on Sunday and
Friday, Jan. 17: 3 pm. Girls ordinance of Lords Supper night, group Jan 19 to study The HEARING FIB. 10 to another term on the Two anonymous Martin County recently made a lour of the Unit- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Myers entertained a
will be observed at this service.Monday ON ALLEY CLOSINGA Martin County Public library residents have continued t he
Friendly Society. Lord, Christian Faith and Life," ed States Sugar Corporation plant Mr and Mrs Cy) Wilson
Saturday, Jan. 18: 10 am, junior evening at 7:30: the 7:30( public hearing will be held by board by the Martin County Com Christmas spirit Into the new year. at Clcwuton! and Mr and Mrs. M E. Hawkins a
choir; I Ham I .. children con- First Baptist! Church of Stuart will p.m.Wednesday night, choir I City Commission on Monday, Feb. mission at a meeting Tuesday, ThecommissIon : As an economy move recently, the from Fort Pierce at dinner recently -
t rmation class w host to the Indian River Baptist at 7:30 practice 10, at 8 p.m. at City Hill In con will j submit her nameto Martin County School Board rejected Mrs. Blanche A. Mimsch, Bernardsvdle :
Sunday, Jan. 10: 7:30: a.m., Holy Association at t h I Sunday : p.m. nection with an application by Governor Farris Bryant for expensive landscaping! at Ihe N. J., has arrived for
Eucharist; 9:1S: a.m. Famliy Eu- school meeting The Girls' Auxiliary l J__r:,. .J. I saCARl Jesse Haas to close an alley along. approval. new Martin County High SchoolIn the season Mrs. Elsie Marlund entertained
diarist and Sunday school; I Ham I and the Sunbeams will meet ) OF TIIVMCS the west of lots 6 to 10, block C. favor of more necessary items her bridge club, the Morning
Holy Eucharist and sermon. I' at the church on Monday afternoon Riverside Park subdivision, behind MARRKCF; lICENSEAPPEICAIIONS The board announced at II meet- The Tuesday afternoon bridge (Glories" Wednesday Refreshments I

Wednesday, Jan. 22: 9:30: a.m., It 3:30.: We wish to thank our neighborsand Haas" Standard Service: Station ing Monday night that two local club met at Clement Hall with were 'served and prizes, went
deanery workshop for Episcopal' The cherub and Carol choirs: will friends for their flowers and north of Roosevelt Bridge.Mr David Howard McMillion of men have come to their aid One Charles Mathet as host liter lo Trudy Chihasz, Ann Holmes
Churchsvomen at All I I Saint meet it the church on Tuesday assistance at the time of the death Hobe Sound to Bonnie Jeanne contributed $1,000 worth of trees were nine "tables and the winners and Myrtle Hutchmson.

Church. Jensen Beach; 3 p.m., afternoon at 3:30 for reheartai! of our wife and mother and Mrs. I. H. Young and Hunter of Stuart and another has purchased grits were: Sam Eusy, Ethel Wilmott,
children confirmation danE 7:10 The church council will meet In son Freddie UU City, w ri Edward Joseph Rocklyn to Anne wed and will furnish equipment Theresa Wittenberg, Val McDon- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andrew
P m, senior choir and adult confirmation the pastor's study Tuesday evening Frank Sttjen and ton, Joe recent |uesfi of Mr. and Mfi. Jim OtH Sharp both M Port Laud- for spreading, the seed. The board aid, Florence Ttenken, Otto China from Laconia N H.. have arrived

class: U 7.30. ...--1. llll U J.. \'oUn" Coral Gud *. trdale declined: W ten their tuwne Sl and Fern Wright Mr. Easy" lo spend the winter.


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8-A TrW STU VRT (Tin) NTtVS Thnrvhy lammn 16 l4/ ptwisk4' ,'. I' '. I Entertained at
: Point
: ___ I. Tigers Beat Pahokee 51-40 OBITUARIES The Town House

U For First Win of Season #"IY'_.,......_...4'i .... Sets Jan. 20.26 Mrs Grace Henderson and Mrs

JOHN U. FULK Ethel Tribe of 634 Bryant Avenue

'I' Alter uglil straight losses! Stunt Pahokcu won the B squad game, John W. Fulk, ninety-two. of For United Fund entertained thirteen at a luncheonat

; hgers lintlly broke the ice 55.51.| Beach Road, Jupiter Island, died the Town House Thursday. Jan.

fndibeating m Pahokee M-40, On 'tuesday. the tigers were in Martin Memorial Hospital Sut 'The United Fund of Sewalls 9. Those present were: Mrs Helen

their first Suncoast Conlerence not so fortunate( losing al Palm urday, Jan. 1 II 1, after a lengthy Point will conduct .its annual drive I Cook Mrs Dcssie Gentry Mrs

lor Beach, 97-51.I Allen Schommer, illness.A Jan 20( through 26 according to Catherine Workmacr! Mrs Margaret -

win I 15. and Skip Hall I 12 were the native of Cool City, Ind. he President Trude t Bohner. Hall Mrs. Dorothy Middle.ton .

Ronnie MoHix I H and Billy double-figure scorers tor the Tigers. had lived on Jupiter Island tor the An organisational meeting was Mrs. Edith Daly. Mrs Grace

; Martin: I 11, were high for Stuart Stuart B squad lost 8-24.. past nine years. He was a memberof held Jan 8 when James Stevensonof Curl Mrs. Edith Barrow. Mrs.
I Ir
the Church of Christ! of Stuart Emarita was elected vice president Lydia Higgins, Mrs Edith Cul-

.:-- L He in survived by sit ions: William and Mrs. Miles C Cramer lums Mrs Bee Paine, Mrs. Emily

of Albion, Mich; Warrenof and Mrs Charles A. Haynes, directors Strandbcrt, and Mrs Belle Carpenter

PALM CITY NEWSMRS. Worthmgton, Ind; Albert of H. C. Patterson remains .

Indianapolis Ind; Kenneth of secretary-treasurer, and Mrs An- Mrs Tribe left Friday for Richmond

\ ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5582 Homer Mich., Robert of Michigan na Lennan Mrs John Dickinson Vu where she will spend
Center SI ich., and Carl of Clay and Mrs John Hciderscheid, directors several weeks before returning to

City Ind, and one daughter, Mrs her home at Athens, Ohio.

RhV. 1A1UM: VISUSJYIKSONMILK PALM CIIY HOME; Harold Sayle of Jupiter Island The following organizations will

: F $ A1i-; lE1ONS I RA I ION CLUB A prayer services was held in participate in the 1964 drive: Red RIP IIDE KUMMtGL:

HUD MEEIING: Johns Funeral Home Chapel Sun Cross, Crippled Children Retarded -
Rev. Henry Tatuin will be I in The Riptide Players will havea .
Mental Health, -
Jacksonville from Jan 14 until 16 1 he Home Demonstration Club day at 4 p.m., conducted by Rev. Ambulance, Scouting Animal rummage sale Jan. :!225It the
Bruce Gobtx.ll. Further services /
ittendmg a Baptist State Evangelistic met at the civic center Jan. 7. Rescue and Martin old AiP store on East Ocean
and burial will be m Clay City, League
Conference. Rev. lx>ys Frmk Twenty members and one visitor Meniori: Hospital i I I Operating Boulevard from 9 am to 5 p.m.
Ind. with Johns Fun-
will he in charge of Wednesday were present, with Mrs. John Patterson -- Fund. The American Cancer So- Anyone wishing to contribute
eral Home in charge of local arrangements -
items for sale call Mrs
"night prayer service at the Bap- in charge ciety will also participate, in the Nellie
=: ist I ( hapcfANNUL!. Mrs Stella Merrill Pczzom, 287-1147
II gave a reportof drive to the extent of receiving

.. the County Council meeting checks made out directly to the
C.RttNF'S; : : : BID tow
r. held III the agricultural building society
r (ONGRKIIONAI; Dec. 6. Clifford C. Webber. seventy, a The dates Jan 20) through 26 I OR POLK CAR
'L 1 CHURCH Hill) J\N. 8 resident of 59 Myrtle Avenue Jensen Bill Greene
It was decided to hold a family have been designated for the Unit Chevrolet Companywas

.,,: 4 The annual meeting of the Palm night Valentine party.. leb \3It Beach died in Coral Oahks cd Fund workers to call on residents awarded a contract by City

git ( ity' Congregitionil Church was the agricultural building, starting Veterans Hospital 14. Tuesday morn- If residents' prefer. thcv mav< Commission lo supply a police car

held Wednesday Jan. 8, after a at 6 p.m. with a covered dish I I ing, Jan. mail their checks to Mrs\ I rude for city use Greene's hid. $1.950,
'"" '" f /f II \ covered dish supper supper Members of the Port Salerno -I A native of Dexter City, Ohio, Bohner. and they will not be visited was the lowest of five submitted
; .. I Reports were given by the church Club will be invited guests 1 he had lived in Jensen Beach for by solicitors It included a trade-in
I the two and one-half -------------
t .. \ + clerk Lena Fiegel; treasurer Julia Mrs Patterson and Mrs. Maude past years
# for the deacons J.icob He was a veteran of World WarI .MaLI------ r 1- nrlfll n
I lane: ( by Miller were hostesses. rl

fJ \.. Koerher; for trustees by Charles I; a member No. 854 of; Jensen a member Beach of Barracks the-
First Methodist Church of Stuart
'. Mead church school. Superintendent CARL VlGAA
P. : and the Men's Bible Class of that -- --.---.---....--...... .
Judson) Mineur, Women'sFellowship. a, '- .

THE SNACK BAR at Martin Memorial Hospital run by the Hospital Auxiliary serves visitors Barbara.. .. Ko/clka: Anna ,stork, shower honoring Mrs church. ls'ut"> TI,. t tron..tlon rhrllrnJrh'.n i Annie Belle Rosier
and members of the hospital staff, Mrs, Arthur Footc auxiliary member. is behind the serving bur Laura Circle, Mrs Jay Robertson Carl Vega was held at the homeof He was postmaster in Dexter b..low are ,.lImal"d from, with of as joint ten {
Mrs. Aubrey Savage. on Loop Plate' '''v.nue 'HIIIII'' Rfrlxpd 10Ihp t right survivorship '
I and by' Rev. Lawnc I. Sharp. 10. City: for twenty-five years wasactive d"b at the name or 30 Lot 1 II: block 5. DWC Rulfs
-- ---- -- ---- Road Friday, Jan
i affairs .
New deacons elected were Jacob In church and civic e'iltu I"'r Still) i fleas.' wh.roron.ld""th.n
Little< Dixie Addition $!(OO.
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Koerbcr and lorn Lord: new Mrs. Vega received many love- for many jears.Survivors lam lmm.m'm, ,im.hnemmt or truatee'iuimtpa I Dick Holland

Hobe Sound Chamber Committee I deaconevscs! Mrs. Carl Blackburnand ly gilts Mr!>. Vera Gilley and Mrs. arc his wife Bernice or ch.n"sumnuiur. ('imu.ncia aaS." tmere nonon.v trustee and ,Joan individually P. Holland andas ,

Mrs 1 r. G Jerome; new trustees Rose Leighton were prIZe winners Webber of Jensen Beach; one IL n.ndlllory, mlnlmllm oisimmpstnti'oto his wife to Dick Holland and Joan
I Mrs Thomas B. Wolfe; nominating in the games and contests played.' daughter Mrs. T. C. Hook of Stuart sills vallie, 1'h.'e, am's tflotni'wimo ... P. Holland his wife. A certain

committee for 1964, Everett Refreshment were served one wn, William Webber of an m'rmnornamom 1I''trllmPIII' pa tl..n are ph..don iuctnulvalue tract of submerged land in lots I 13

Named Chnstman. Mrs. Jane Esch, Those enjoying the evening with Cleveland; one brother, Morris ot a trame fur. bllt, I.rl- and 14, Hanson Grant. $100
to Study IncorporationBy Mrs Judson Mmear. and Kenneth the honoree and hostess were: Mrs. Webber of Dexter City; seven olh'III1)' the .omplrDlJer't h M 8 V000l onficetnve'nuumust"u In W. J. Tucker to Margaret Watson -

Moore, president. Youth Fellowship Mary Hiiggms: Mrs Ruth Rawlms grandchildren and. several nieces which I.... U.Op. apJIt'ar to Propel in tract 8, block 70,
I M irtha Lane, trustees at Mrs Julia Woodham, Mrs Lily and nephews. have, h..pn I.h'ed Steno the toO
wRr'anl..d. The Noon to5ee no St. Lucie Inlet Farms. $6,250:!
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ANN ClUMBrRS: W .a large Mrs Ihomus B. Wolfe, Mrs Savage, Mrs Barbara finer Mrs. Funeral services will he held in r""Doolblllty for! the eptuiuatemS Indianlown Company Inc. to

The Board of Directors of the Hugh Gawn unJ Charles Knudson Gilley and Mrs Leighton Johns Funeral Home Chapel on voiulIon Yvonne R Fumcl Property in

Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce HOBE SOUND NEWSANN Thursday 10:30: am with Rev. (Jan. 7 through 14)) section 6, township 40 S., range

'met Monday, Jan. 13, ut I'JHt\I.IXIION I OF MNUARt SlIEltsGOF' Walter Jessup, pastor of First 39 E $30,000.Ronald .
Rose C. to Thomas R.
the home of Louis and Jan Colonon CHAMBERS, Correspondent Phone 546-5359 Oil' 1C'IRS CURDLN CLUB Methodist Church of Stuart officiating Mahm Sauvage section 5, J. Weiss to William A.
Property in
Olympus Avenue The Youth Fellowship of the 1 he Garden Club of Palm City Burial will be in AllSainls' Bernhardt Lot 86 Skyline Heights '
m r ,,a *'__ Friends call township 39 S, range 41 E. $10-
Dr. William Myers, president, Congregational Church held installation met Thursday, morning, Jan. 9It Cemetery may (000() ). subdivision $I,800. J'
appointed a committee to makea of officers Sunday night the civic center Mrs. Jane Each at tho chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. Theodore C. Houk, trustee, toW
Dr. Myers in Open Letter Music and Mrs Stewart Wednesday evening Flbert C Blackman to Ancil J. Weiss, trustee (Lots
study of the advantages and disadvantages by Rev Lawric J. Sharp Georgia were l>. Tucker. Lot 4, block 21 I, Port 16, 17,
and hostesses There fifteen memo and 18, tract 32, section :20!
of becoming un incorporated was led by Mrs. Anna Hainan were township -
dcrno SI.JJO.Indi.llllown I ( ).
area Dr. Myers stated To Residents of Hobe Sd. Mrs Gay Jerome. hers und one visitor present. M.ITIE LOUISE TALLtNf 38 S., range 40 E, Palm City :

that, in view of the Chamber'i The program was a discussionon Two articles from "The National Nettie Louise Tallcnt. seventy- Company, Inc. to Farms. $100William "
the of the of 212 Womack S t Paul Siefker ct al. Property in lots H. Melvin to Paul H. I
responsibility to try to improve books and characters Gardener' were read by five r e e 'f
community the appointment of To the Residents of Hone Sound: to find out whether this is good Bible Mrs Barbara Lynt Franklin N. C., died in M 1.1' I 15 and 16 block 28.I! plat A of Esslmcer' Property in lots 37, 53,

this committee will serve us a Nearby you will find an article for our town I I. personally, do Refreshments were served by Miss Mabel Pmncy gave an interesting Memorial Hospital Tuesday Indiantown $100. 54. U. 110 1 III and 112, Gomez

guideline for future incorporation. referring to the Hobe Sound Chamber not have sufficient knowledge to Mrs Julia Lane and Mrs. Carolyn talk on Flower Art of lowing a brief illness She was I Paul Sielker et al to Martinique. Grant, and in government lot 2, i

it the community as a whole wantsit. of Commerce and formation know whether It j is feasible and Allen. Jipan" Several flower arrange- member of the Jehovah's Witnesses I Construction. Inc. Property in lots section 31. township 38 S.. range ,\
I would I H and I 16. block :28! A of 42 E. and '
of an investigative.. committee to good to incorporate hut menu were made by members of of Franklin.She plat ; in government lot I. "
However, he (felt that the com study the advantages and disad rather hold my decision until all StORK SHOWrR I OR the< club. is survived by three !sons I Indiantoun $100.MJrlini'llie section II. township 38 S., range

munity cannot properly' ( juelfce' : such Vlll1t"lIeof becoming an incorporated the facts are In MRS. \RUY MOORE the Ralph( Bob and Sam TaIled! all Construction, Inc. 42 E.; and in government lot 3,
will be
A by
an action unless a com'leteIud( ) community It seems to me that If these Mrs. Muybellc Rogers held\ a tree planted of Franklin. ; four daughters Mrs to William 1 I. Sowers Property in section 32. township 38 S., range
is made and all the I ivoruhl and I This commiiree' citi/ens would come to ch..tmher stork shower honoring Mrs Harvey club on the grounds of the Palm. Milton Fouts and Mr*. Cordon lots I 15 und 16, block 28, Plat A 42 E.; \and in section 31, IOW' "iP
unfavorable aspects presented was forntcd for meetings and lake an active part Moore at the Rogers home City tkimmury School in observance Southards, both of Franklin Mrs of Indiantown $II. OO.) ) 18 S., range 42 E. $381.7J() \. .Ii
the und of Arbor Jan. 11Al ,'
Day on
He pointed out that. this stmlj): Unit'is purpose the only)"Of..llrl'o.c.J investigation/1 he entire in .their community hIlt that alt I on Loop Roud Thursday Jan. 9, John Strolher of East Point, Ga.. Coral I Gardens Development
will investigate alt facets 01! I II their energies would he put to g".ld and Mrs. Charles Paul of Stuart: Corporation to Donicnico Bet aiim. i Doctors of Three.
group lit 7:10
I study will/ then he presented to a p.m. ..\N incline\ \ ; II \S
und I 1 lot block I 11 Coral Gardens
and 29
use a more equal composite
I incorporation and present the find decorated three sisters; three stepsisters: three
in apink
The home
& was
I Urn n meeting and the pro\ und SK\r.\IH: BIKIIIDVY \
ol the I subdivision :2!. SISOO.I ). Counties Meetin I
p / view problems i plat
ings to a town meeting al a luliirc ', and white color scheme Mrs stepbrothers and thirty-six I
discussed und decision
con ,
a can
date Dr. Myers reiterated tint/ | he and honestly reached bv the community would be seen If Moore received many lovely gilts Alan Higbec/ !son of Mr and I children. IIrand-1 I Divosta Construction Company At Port St. LucieThe
the decision would nilurall be up the residents of this they have objections or sugges,: Refreshments of coffee and cake Mrs Ernest: t Highee Sr. celebratedhis Funeral services and 110 Icon E. Mckcndrce Lot 3,

to the people. of the community cevnmumty lions to make, the chamber meet were served. seventh birthday with a party be in Franklin, Johns Funeral block 4, Southgate $ I 3,400. monthly dinner meeting of

once the facts were presented I However as' soon as the word"iuteorporation' ing i is a !good pi.ice lo pronounce Mrs Reeme Talum and Mrs at his home on North Reillcy Ave. Home in charge of local arrange Dora S. LavUon ct ul to Ray the Tri-County Medical Society ,'.

Other action taken at this; meet several members ol was the mentioned them and let everyone know what Tish Gillepieon prizes in the nue, Jan. 10. nients. mend l. Blackwood Tract 5. block will be held ut 7:30: p.m., Thursday .
community the glnerullhinking on a purlicular 45. St. luciclnlct Farms $7,500
ing Included a plan lo appoint a entertainment contests Games prizes, surprises and Jan 21. ut the Port St Lucie
decided/ knew / the
all facts and
they subject might he. So come on out Elizabeth the MVRGARhf B. GIRARI) Ida Phillips to Ida Phillips and Hotel and
residents committee to oversee the Guests t were Mrs refreshments were enjoyed by I Country Club.
began circulating against
Community Civic Center 1' hill I Incorporation/ 'I I he petitions problem i is th.it lo the Chamber of Commerce und Yules, Mrs Burley Ostccn Mrs. I following: Shelley and Richard Margaret B Girard, seventy- Some two dozen doctors from

committee would be a separate. no one has even mentioned thitanyomme .. i Heelings and express yourself Charlene Mincar.. Mrs Virginia Kelly, Randy und David Reddish, four, of Cornell and Second Ave: St I Lucie. Martin and Okeccno-

\tiixly under the framework of the< really favored such a move. >your ideas I this Anderson, Mrs Dorothy Gale, Dennis Challancm Sandy Britton, nue, Palm City, died at her home Two Sentenced bee Counties arc expected to at J
ohumbcr, with a chairman und Incidentally am wilting.I Mrs Mildred Moore Mrs Au- heidi Hipson, Jackie. Lee Grose, Sunday, Jan. 12. A native of Austin In Circuit CourtTwo tend!. according to Dr. George
several members bo The chamber, as u body, is cxm m ipen letter us a pnvute! cili/cn Bertha Moore Garrett Jamie Thcodorou
to Mrs and of
appointed drey Moore. Chy Gary Tex., she had lived in this i Fort J Pierce, chairman
ut the next general meeting which lauslmg all means to m,ike this Sincerely. ind daughter, Cynthia, Mrs M.ir- Cunningham, Shirley Flwood Roberta area for the fifteen Martin of the event.Motorola .
past County men were
G I. lull D
which William ,
helter community and Myers
a one
will be breakfast held at the Man- ctta Mrs Reenie Ta- Kirkhart
a Yinglmn, DAmbrogio Patty
will in A President, Hohe/ Sound She I is survived! by a son, AlderH. sentenced to jail terms in the first
alee Marina Yacht Club Restaurant grow a proper manner turn, Mrs Tish Gillcspic Mrs. Candy Watts, Kathy Savage Ronnie Girard Palm City, and one day of the new term of Circuit Given
Chamber Commerce
study of incorporation is one means
on Saturday.Jan 25, from 8:30 Barbara Kuhle. M r' Barbara Talley Colcman Hodapp Carl brother R. Y. of Barllcs- Court
Bandy Tuesday
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to 10 am.Plans Grier. Mrs Willie Hancock Mrs Menmngcr. Jay Pifchford Danny villc. Okla. Jack Radtord Todd and John Radio Contract

were also announced about Combination Sale On Vera Gilliard and Mrs. Vera Meyers. Pnorc. Forrest Yingling, Terry Funeral services will he held in F. Walden, both of Port Salerno, Motorola
the Chamber of Commerce occupying Saturday Krucger Joyce and Terry Austin Johns Funeral Home Chapel on were sentenced to three months to Electronics Communications &
office in the new Dclmur and Cobb. Inc., the only bidders
space Tommy Thursday at 2 p.m. conducted by three years on a charge of break-
Realty building now being constructed Will Benefit County Hospital MRS. M\RGARLI GIRXRD Mrs Ui bee was assisted by the Rev. John N. Hudson, pastor ing and entering with intent to were Commission awarded a contract by City

on U.S. I beside the Farm Our community was saddened Mrs. William Britton Mrs. John of First Baptist Church of Stuart commit a misdemeanorHcrsher two mobile Monday to supply
Motel It is planned u> have the. to hear of the death of Mrs Margaret Mcnmngcr and Mrs. Dalton Gar- Friends may call at the chapel J. Wright Jr. of Hobe radio units for use in

olice( manned by volunteers to Hobe Sound Civic Center will i will he on bale, ulong with some Girard. She and her son, Al roll Wednesday evening from 7 to 9. Sound, was probated for two years city set fire trucks, and a walkie-talkie

distribute brochures and to five be the scene of much activity on antiques pottery) tropical fruit were storekeepers here for twelve by Circuit Judge C. Pfeiffer Trow- he
information inquiring tourists Saturday, J.in. I 18, from 9 a.m. to jellies. hellcr lI. and colorful) Mexican I )ears. All Palm City knew her. PIRSONXLS: GEORGE JOStI'll (OHRILL bridge on a charge of breaking and $972 cost. of the two mobile units
Signs will be placed on the< high 4:10 p.m. when u combination imports ot wearing apparel She will be missed: She i is survived entering with intent to commit a was and that of the walkie-
way inviting motorists to stop; at thrilL white elephant and I lea ('ol:fee, doughnuts I frankfurters tiy a son, Alder and brother, Rufus Kenneth Moore, Tommy Wolfe George Joseph Cottrell, fifty-. misdemeanor talkie. $77(,. O. Out of the $1 i,.
this s.iion. Arrangements have- market sale will he held for the and orungo\ juice will be availablefor Bandy of Oklahoma and! I Lynn Williams represented the eight. a resident of Harrison Avenue 748 50 total Stuart Volunteer Fire.nien's .

been made by Homer Grcuthousc liemlil of Martin Memorial Hospital snacks luneral arrangements arc incomplete Pilgrim Fellowship at a district Coral Gardens, died in Mar Association) will pay $486

Realtor to accommodate I he Don t miss this gal i day und pending the arrival of rally m Melbourne Sunday. They tin Memorial Hospital\ TuesdayJan Joanna Circle illTuesday.Ueetillg for one of the mobile units out of
chamber oil ice. wore accompanied by Mrs. Leta 7, after a brief illness A native its own fundi.SLSMON .
I I Anyone desiring I to secure space un oppoi'tumly to turn "some of her brother of New York City, he had
insule or outside, for the I exhibitor i your excess items into cash while 1.11"Girard was born in Austin \Villiuius.

I s ile of itcniH, may obtain it by doing a good deed for your hospital Tex, Nov. 7. I KH9, and was Mr and Mrs. Mark Baker Mr. made his months home He here for the member past Joanna Circle of the First Methodist is SKI:I
twenty was a
Hobe Sound 546- seventy-four old. Church met ut the home of The City Commission will hold
PresbyteriansElect telephoning years
.. und Mrs Ben Tcppe and M r s. of the International Brotherhood
---- ---- -- -- -- -- Mrs. W A. Gesner, Tuesday
<194. \Vhitc. elephant( and rummage Aline Senne were Thursday dinner of Electrical Workers, Coral Gardens morn- workshop session! at Cily Hallon
donations will he gratefully I ing, Jin 7 with Mrs J. R. Liv- Monday, JJfl :20! at 7
guests of Mr. und Sirs Edward (- Civic Club and the St. Jo- pm.
EldersAt accepted, und proceeds from the Senator Scott BurgcvsMr ; seph Catholic Church of Stuart crniorc as cohostessMrs .
KellyIs Joseph Pen roll. About
presidentof one truck
sale of these plus the !sale of He is survived by hut wife, Catherine out of seven
the annual congregation meet spaces, will go to the hospital.A and Mrs A. G Jeromelnd Cottrell of Coral Gardens, the WSCS, reported on the accomplishments produced: in the United States is
Mrs M.irk Baker accompanied made during her for export markets.
ing of the Hohe Sound Presbyterian -I wide Variety of better used two daughters Mrs. Lorraine Jem-

Church the folloingere furniture. jewelry, clothing, tools, in Governor Racepeople t.11"Peter-.Koctun to West Palm ion of Baby Ion. N. Y., and Mrs last In two charge years of in the office ......_.1" 'CsmiuCARD .......w
!Beach .afternoon to meet : program was
elected to serve as elders: Mrs i hnc-a brae, china and glassware the plume bringing Mrs. Kochan'i Joan Rooney of BoIy hore. N. Y., Mrs Kenneth Griffith. Mrs I I. C. 01 TIL\NKS
Harold Lyon Charles nncs John Cottrell of Ro e.
Joyce one
; Wilkms the devotions The
: l } aunt, Mrs Vats Coldsnow, of Detroit gase
House. Mrs Victor \itl Ranbom Y. brothers and two We
dale. N. : two are
grateful to
State Senator. I Scott Kelly ofl.ukcland behind, his request I, Kelly Mich group to give $300 to the
Randall. PTA I sisters all of New York and eight friends, neighbors
Elementary I :hut announced that. he asserted / church building fund. and members of
The 1963 budget|' was adopted Ernie Higbce returned to Jacksonville grandchildren. The February meeting will he the Rebekah Lodge for their kind
Meeting TuesdayThe Is a candidate for governor in the out that he is not an
tentative budget for 1964 Funeral Mass will be in Rose- acts of
u> a Sunday after spending two ut the home of the president. Mrs sympathy during our recent
Rev. Malcolm Harris of I the 1964 Democratic primaries attorney "or a professional politician weeks with his the E. L.Higbccs dale, N.' Y., John. Funeral HomeIn sad bereavement. Our
parents,, B. appreciation
First Presbyterian Church ot Stuart Julian,, D. I Parker. tltme-nlary Kelly stud he is seeking the. governorship who holds a high salaried charge of local arrangements.MRS. Raleigh Blackweldcr Rocky cannot be adequately .
expressed.The :
\ Point
was the moderator Sehoed I Parent Teacher Association because The people of office," Kelly described himself as

will meet nxt Tuesday, Jan Florida are searching for executive "an independent businessman who Deaneir. Citusvillc, is spend MARY 1US\ KANE:' Twenty-five attended the meeting Family of
Girl Scouts :21!I ut 8 ".111. m the school cafe- leadership which will\ bring to knows what it is to stretch dollars ing several d.us at the home of Mrs Emma Jourdan

torium The program will be slate government the proven practices to operate on a budget and Mr and Mrs Earl Waters Mrs. Mary Teresa Kane, seventy- '.....__"1....l'mitou'. ...
Meet MondaysThe Teaching Aids in the School' and and principles of a successful to meet expenses and payrolls) one. of Charlotte Avenue. Rio, died t5aaiL5
I will be presented by Mrs. Sarah businessman Kelly said one of the primary Monday Jan 13. at Martin Memorial shms of Burlington MoI !I., and Mill.: Sian. RTI"\I.'T: : :

ncwlv-formcd' Hobe Sound l DuUose and Jack Smousc.rrRMN4LS "My intention i10 instill fiscal objectives of this administration Pegram Resigns Hospital A native of Lawrence Mrs Margiret Van Brooker of t 'I'n:.. "T'Tt:.. III"TIIIC"T C'III liT

Girl Scout Troop No. 340 iIIn- responsibility and fiscal integrity will be the attraction of new industry Mass., she had been a resident Plymouth, HI, nine grandchildren ""1"1":11'\: ..1"'I'Mll'T OF "LOII
I 11)\
direction : in all offices and and of Rio since 1953 coming and a number of greatgrandchildren -
der the of Mrs Ray government operations payrolls.! From JP Office unllllI.T 5l,. ..1-11-..
Goodman, with Miss Kay Dennis ," the Lakeland, Senator from Medford. Mass. She was employed ; three brothers. Jerome Donovan (toy..': c.sitsaus.t.SiiiT .

and Miss Pat Breen as co-leaders Mrs Madeline Ghcrlone, Mrs. said Kelly is a general contractor, BH ,V MG I.\ PHI :MLL1S by the Print Works in of Methuen Mass.. Augustus : \ "itJ.tt't'lty'rci'ris ,
Cox's mother, who has been visiting Martin County) Justice of the for Law.j Donovan of N. Andover, Mass .
The troop meets Monday realtor and owner of a general insurance rence many years.Mrs. I 5 avearrs.led I Se
4 5 30 every here since I October, \left Fri. Epsilon ZcU' Chapter of Beta Peace James W. Pcgram resigned Kane was a \ and Arthur Donovan of W inchester. t""oj"-, ......, and m>l>urt.n."....
from to the
: at civic .
center. p.m. day for her home in New Haven, Saying that he will call on the Sigma Phi held its first meeting from his office" Friday for 'per St. Joseph Catholic Church of Ma". and IIpn narlllln.,u tibet tiled(or I tk sar001e>.nmn'. Action. 'Ivll

Conn 1965 legislature to repeal the increase of the year on Thursday! evening tonal reasons according to an announcement Stuart; a past president of the The American Legion Auxiliaryand I rotmurn.uhle&l1Iuunlio. to lluuuiiuuu I'rai'...

Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs Grovcr Critter has returned in auto license tag fees, Kelly Jan 9. at the home of Mrs. Barbara from the office of American Legion Auxiliary No. I the Auxiliary of Veterans of ChumS ot said And Court ciunv on hoard Krbruary on oi>1-.
Hendry. Skyline Drive Jensen Governor Farris Bryant.It chairman World War I will conduct rites inns at the l.nlt.d States
G Cox this past week were to her home m Miami ufter said, "Unfair taxation i H the 45 of Medford Mass; I Hcuec. 3oI1"ml. (l'our
I Beach is expected to be few clays committee of Friday evening at 7:30: at the Yates Florida and all in.clentud -
Mrs. Hilda Anderson of California -spending the holidays with her inevitable result of the present a of the rehabilitation mu., apiwaran and ftte wrll-
and formerly of Fort Pierce, I I daughter and son-in-law, the Paul spend and tax trend Tho automobile Guest speaker( was Mrs. Elizabeth before Governor Bryant appoints American Legion Pool No. 26 in Jensen Beach Chapel. and rosary In Ion ,laliin. >wr or oilier d.f.nn*.
intell who spoke on How, 's I a new justice of the Jensen and will be said at 8 p.m. Funeral Mast person or by Proctor or detiult
Beach .
and Mrs. Sigwood Osbo of Lake E. Mahans Mr. and Mrs Mahun has been seized upon as the peace. past president and i ond.msuiiis wilt be ordorj,
tyortfc. I entertained with dinner most likely source of revenue to Your Conversationand "Voice Pegram had been employed by of the Auxiliary of Martin County will be said Saturday morning at lATmV, : al AlI&ml. 'Iorlda, Jan.
a family 14 1504.ut'Y
on New Year Eve. finance excessive costs of govern. and ocabulary the V-belt Engineering i Company, Barracks No. 854. Veterans of 9:30: at St. Joseph Church in Stu ( 5%'. HrXO.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G Cox I ment yet the auto is a necessity" RefrChmentsrere served.' Richmond. Ya. since October. Fie World War 1 of Jensen. art. Burial will be in Holy Sepul ,'nlt.. lItaie. Maratnit. .

will spend Friday on their property i Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Mahiui "A governor with a successful: was reportedly granted thirty-day Six is survived by her husband! chre Cemetery in North Andover, MILt.F.I"E Southern, RL"rt.tetma IIOlrh-1 ot. .'turid

on Sanibel Island and visiting left Saturday for Warm Springs, background u a businessman! can Deep-sea animals have been leavo about that time by the governor Alvin B. Kane of Jensen; threedaallhiers Mass.! Yates Funeral Home in Fort MIL.LjH'U, .. IIL\JOS

friends on Saoibel and CapUva |I Ga" where Mrs. Mahan will Undergo call for repeal of this penalty with dredged from depth of 35,120 to go to \ 'irgmia to get med Miss Dorothy Kane of Pierce is in charge of local arrangements. -I Proctor itt, S. Eo for tat Llbellall'St.. Miami I, )'torlda

Islands. medical. treatment the support and confidence of the feet ical assistance for hu daughter. Modtord. Mass., Mrs. Elvina Vol. :. !1*>. J..... It, asos>>


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L 1 .L ._ I WSCS Plans Middlcton I Visits UK STLR1 (Honda) NHVS Ihurulny, January 16, 1964 1-P I

Three Hospitals

MRS MYRTLE HITMAN, Correspondent AT 7-1760 Two Events William Mkldlelon of 1 Piimctlo. Author of Pepperidge Farm' I

Apartments, who is chairman '
-.-------- The Women's Socict)' of Christian of the department rehabilitation Cook Book to Talk Jan. 21B

Goal AnnouncedFor I Service will hold it rummage committee of the Ann.ru L*-
kale I at the community' center on glen and chainmn ol, the hospital' ) ('\PIAIN: W. G. UIRIISS ilso bring with her for display her
I Saturday' Jan 2V starting at 9 entertainment coniniiuce "I t three remarkable collection of antique
United Fund Drive a.m. Sloppy Joes will be served! veterans hospitals mil soon state Mrs M irgaret Ruelkin. famous''cook books. some doling a> far
throughout the day hospitals, spent stvenl! \ a\' last! Aonian in indtistn and author of buck as 1400 A.D.
Mrs Ernest Baker is chairmanof week visiting hospitils located in (the new book "The Pcppcnduc I
Prior Mrs Rudkm talk
Officers workers and many' munit) Church who performed the affair and requests that south Floridi and mc-eting with Firm Cook Book," will talk to the I
there will be short business session -
a !
prominent persons of the Jensen I some feats of magic with humor rummage be brought to the centeron Legionnaires to appoint new chairmen va Martin ('ount) I ihrarv Assccia- The president of the association -
Beach-Rio area turned out f .rly' ous overtones. suggesting! to the Friday morning. and commuter members tor .. non membership\ at their annual Mrs Picked Warren will
I workers means 0 f accumulating The WSCS is also each hospital and re\ leIhe meeting at 7:30: pit on Tuesday, '
Monday morning for the United planning it en. : report on the past > doings
His and '
Fund Kickoff Breakfast at Mi money talk was magic most accompanying to- luncheon to be held at the church I tcrtammcnt progrum nut rehabilitation I Ian 21 T. at theVoman; s C lut> in and present a new slate of directors
lan's Restaurant the appropriate I' on the first Tuesday of February I work J Stuart tor election All members. ira:
Mrs Zola Swarthout presidedat occasion It will be followed by a program On this trip he N fisted! i h e I Mrs Rutlkin. now resident in asked lo attend this meeting HI
the meeting and 1 introduced the Mrs Richardson then presented Admission is $1 I and the public is I Southeastern Florida Mental. How sips Hohe\ Sound, will tell how Pep order to learn about their society
Rev Norman B. Feaster pastor of Dick Campbell ho acted as I cordially invited Il'italul I West Hollywood) the Coral I0I peridgc ( arm and its product. elcctln
All Saints' Episcopal Church who master of ceremonies for the remainder I I Gables\ Veterans' Hospital and the I happened to he started and how directors All friends of the library
gave the invocation, and other special of the program He called HIRE FOR W1VUR: AM Florida Slate Mental Hospital/ in I her cook book. came tu1e\ written ire cordially invited to come and
: guests uf'OnIartm! Wahl who as secretarytreasurer I 'I RY OUT NEW: BOA Arcadia I The delicious/ smells and I hc.lr. Mrs Rudkm speak
of the United Fund! of the kitchen. and __ _Y
Mrs Helen Richardson was in organization gave a report on the i. Mr. and Mrs W Clayton Jester -- I IImN'S I sights country I
: BRO lilt RIIUOI) ) of homey' ay' and people pervadethe
charge of the and introduced arrived last I SmoKey Say/1
program disbursement of the 1963 fund week from Bialervllle'l PLANS HKIIONThe : : 0k whole publication and t ,ilk I k I II
the Rev Newton Tweedy and described the orgmiationnwhich Pa. for a three \
pastor of the Jensen Beach Com- had bencfittcd through contributions at 410 Pine Avenue in Jensen annual business meeting and I I I about her youth and her I ohtickgroiind I II NOW is THE n we re BE
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0 ________ _____ k I go on throughout: the( CAREFUL
Wahl announced this Beach Jester bought a twenty- election of officers" of the Men'sBrothcrhood WITH FIRE IN
Ihe I1uine'I..te.1 b\
"hook I
three foot Owens the I ol Jensen Beach I THE WOODS!
year's goal as $7,000( boat on last Com- chance hack in 1'117I hen
WE DO ITIf William Weiss was named as day of hit vacation last t April and munitv Church has been schduledfor needed a bread not then umlible steel,
I chairman of the Victory: Dance on it has been docked ut Casa Rio I Friday evening!. Jan 17 I with special nutrition so she muliit
It's Boat Fcb 7. I ever since then Now the Jesters A roast heel dinner will he I herself The cook "h x,k. .is .i U'
Repairsand AI Palmer is the 1964 drive I are here to enjoy some fishingand served, and numbers Ire urged to suit of u whole lifetime' ol lovingto
I chairman He introduced all drive boating during their vacation I get (heir reservations I
Painting in early ctx>k. and doing it It s n'II"\\\
chairmen ho in turn introducedtheir three "hixks I.. in one. in ,mlobi"
I PI RMN,11SEarl ogriiphu wolking cork 'Ixxikand
See Us For Your
Campbell introduced the Rev CARD PARTY i collection ,
ol 1
a i fascinating mhquc
Neil M, Gunsalus of the Trinity Kills; arrived for a three
Boat WorkWe Jensen Beach Womcn't Association : recipes
months' visit in Jensen Beach on
Methodist Church, who was the '
I main speaker of the event. held a dessert card !party on Jan S. and i is presently! a guestat '\ I Its un mlere'llnlltUI\ ol, ,i
Also Have Sheds Where Thanks. was extended to the Monday.', Jin H, with sixtysevenpresent the Melalciica Collages. He j is (business which grew md grew, and i
local Girl Scouts for folding and un old friend and co-worker. of .. of, a \\l'111Ut1lhu was tier) and!
:, You Can Overhaul and ))0 placing in envelopes the letters regarding Mrs leafy' CiurJncr and Mrs Albert Hub ol 39 Jeanette Avenue I Intelligent and hard working I l
four Own Work."Everything the 1964 Fund Drive and Florence Older were co-chairmen and is from Rowaydon Conn, enough to I lake It on up 10 .I i multi
assisted i by Mrs Catherine Cor- u. I million dollar business She will Liras and, twig get awfully

to the letters Boy Scouts to residents for !deliveringthese in the dcz. Mrs. Thelm.Wuhon. and The Charles Drowgiskis. who !a. : ..::: ... : : .... ::... :,,.......""..,.....I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.,a
for Jensen Beach and Rio areas. Mrs Edna HoUhauer. Winner of have been, enjoying a Honda vacation WHOM 11.1.I Ml, I fl'AR'I: Mil.. MOSl. loe Auei or his lion cub'Frankly

A Boat" A check was made of donations the Reidenbdl..er.I door.prize. was Mrs. Frances I return to are their leaving home on Jan in Akron l IS to we believe the lion Joe u ho pi.ived hull hack lor Georgia -'jj Is''iiECORDs'5{

already received amounting to Ohio Tech last season, and! has signed I bur Kansas.. C'ity Chiefs in the 1
$ made by workers, brought the total I Mr and Mrs. harry Martin
BAILEYBOAT NK\\S but by training time Clifford will hive added about I Iillcenpounds I
to $1,350. I ties Iy\\ed from Youngstown
month his 81 Joe and 1 MAKE TilE PERFECT GIF'1'POPULAR |
To conclude the meeting Mrs! On Thursday Jan 16, the Methodist -. Ohio arc spending three weeks at a to present pounds Clifford lireta'ing
CO.A Swarthout called upon the Rev. Men will meet at the church I the Melaleucu Collages. ) with Joe's mother Mrs Mutin Auer, at Pelican Cove,
Jack Fernandez of the Rio Baptist at 710: p.m. Rev. Uunsulus will meanwhile. I'Id ION AM:\ !NOX-IICIIOV GARDEN: |
Church to give the benediction be in charge of the program Two couples from Craw fordsville BOOKS IIIIIIWVS:' BMKS( BIBIIS: ('(IOK |
I Ind, Mr. and Mrs Carl J Pinker-. ----- --- ----- ---
The Naomi Circle will meet on BHKS UIC1IOMVRII.S POPUlAR AM: CLASSICAL =
i, ion ana Isir. and Mrs Clifford
Mrs Staples of Hibiscus world and 11 of
Cicorgc Cent
Monday Jan 20 at the home of per
llll.: HWDRKIIS1): || Mrs Myrtle Donley at 7.30 pm Allman.. tire enjoying a week or Road H< imports. RECORD AWUMS.VALENTINE'S. |
4 ,. fHR.\I: : two of fishing and visiting friendsin
e.rrxw. a GLFSIS I --- --
: Stuart They lire guests at the Mr and Mrs F. O.) lirovles" of ................
Mr. and !Mrs Gus Friednchs Mr and Mrs Guy Rogers of !Mclilcuca (Cottage ..... ,... |
both retirees from government positions Richmond. Va., who have been Mirian Ind? arc registered! at WORLD'SLARGEST
and \\ellI..noninler. guests ut Coquina Cottages! for Mr. and Mrs Charles.. Crmix.ll Mclaleuca and are spending .i A :
residents, have entertained a series more than.. a month left the early' and Mr CrannelU i\ler. Miss i few days visiting friends in Ocean .
of holiday and post-holiday part of the week to return home Doris Crannell. all of Maiden, Breeze frailer Park II IM.YINfair''I HOOK & RECORD SHOP[ |

guests from Washington D. C? They planned, a stop-over at Day-I" I Mass arrived Saturday for an I ,"'s..ualln: ot It.rt M. J.b...
and nearby vicinities,. tona Bench en route north, to visit indefinite visit with Mrs. Cran- The United States alone l account I .rrraaiaW.a. 4 "T sepal 0 329 1-: Ocean Boulevard Phone A F 7-040J =

Wash-I I Al r. Rogers' sister s. ncll's brother and! wife Mr and for I 18 per cent of I the -...-.....-... _ilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1l1ItIiI111111Illllllllllllllllllllllll' !. !. I I III"II"IIIII""IIIIIIIIIIIII i I II
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a house: guest of the Fncdrichs as '
I I did Mr and !Mrs Leslie Rahnerof I
Alexandria. Va.. and !Miss Louise
i H.lchmei'ter.ho was formerly -
chief telephone operator inI f
I the White House during the administrations
I of Franklin I i D.
Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman; i
and Mrs. Frances Kelly of Washington
I I D C'. Vi
MOM recent guests were Mrs. '"
I Byrd 'I 1'renhanof St Leonard Md.. i DON'TA ,
where the Friedrichs have a summer
home and A. B. Class of
, (jreen boro. N. C., who spent New I
Years here and just recently left
for home,


!Mr und Mrs William Weiss GAMBLE
entertained fifteen guests for dinner
Tuesday at their home on South Driveon

> Guests included !Mr and Mrs.
Ronald Weiss and children Tim.
Sue and Jan; Miss Jeanette Dam-
ron Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Feaster .
Mrs, Lewis Feaster and daughters
Anne and Cindy; (Mrs. WITH YOUR BUDGET
Efficient, calm. Intcni_ Fca ler'. husband Captain Feastcr. j
lb. VILLAOE*' shift ia know. is with the Air Force in Korea); .N e'
lot its unfMued approach to and Mrs Elina Connor and daughter -
modem living. The fabric her Marja.
iI i staunch Wend ol Vycron
polyester IIId cotton 1&1 IRIFNDSIIIP ('IR'LETO
tamina, but with< a Udent&* SPONSOR SUPPER::
reflecting\ lively nnserfouii IN 1964
colon. Hoover collar: : rod \ The Friendship Circle of Jensen -
ti sleeves; optional (M*. Denim Beach Community Church will
fc.ad. Mow, Blu Orange, stra* sponsor a spaghetti supper 0 n
YeUotr. Sue to *- Monday. Jan. 20 with Mrs Ivy
1 Chase as chairman
Serving will start at 5 p.m, and
I continue until 7. Tickets for adults '
are .SI.25 and 75 cents for children I


The Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W Millerof !
1 Village Arch Street Jensen Beach, haveas

Shoppe month their of house January guests her sister for the and WITH AN EASY-TO-USE Y PERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT

hrother-in-law, Mr, und Mrs. Ray
A Specialty Store Gibson front ML Vernon N. Y. #.,'
This is the Gibson third
yearto .
For Women & visit Jensen Beach. They are 1' ,. .I
Children great fishing enthusiasts, arid! keep N

returning for more of that good .. ,.,
\ 207 OSCtOLA: : 287-1251 fishing ._ I .

A few dollars and a few minutes *{ '* Economical cost less than, .\/ J--. '

Where this; emblem h displayed, you are opens your account I, money orders ,

assured of the finest insurance servicein Is' 4' t

the land. ,

Checks personalized FHHIi: 1.',:,.' *. No charge for deposits x\ ,* ,"

9 ','

s No minimum balance ,* No monthly service cllargg' '

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2-B IIIF Sll ART ((1-111.. NEWS -

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Park News NotesBy I (, ,. ;, '. Induction Party Is Held I

M\R<3E \RMVN For Larry Durrance Jr. I

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received notice to report to I i h,
A dinner was given
: JAN 8 ,In honor of 1 Larry Durrance Jr U S. Army BaIII<<: Fort I I.".k ,

'Ja last Wednesday Jan. H, at the S. C.. on Jan 13.
Leslie Tbmpkfns. of New York I Y.p: Durrance having
Seminole Inn His co-workcn at the First H I
and Stuart and Mrs. Nell J, Bryant JtiF9l
-- -- of Indianlown! ( got together
of Stuart, were united in marriageby e send-off 1I'"'
gave him a pam
the Rev Waller Jesstip in the t r Mitchell JoinsTelephone n chicken dinner had been yeti I

First t Methodist Church on J,in xMn SystemRussell entertainment was providul I

Tompkins" was attired! in I I May and Jack Dodge,

a blue suit with white accessories l! d K. Mitchell has been Carl Sanor bank president 11' '

Mrs, Charles Stewart of Stuart. | hired by the 'Indi mtown Telephone a presentation: on behalf oi I

her attendant was dressed! ) in a I b sl System as a telephone lineman and entire group of a transistor 1.,,'

brown print with matching acccssones repairman Guests( included: Mr. ,mili

| Y Mitchell his recently completedfour Jerry Column. Mr .ind M

was Mr. lompkms best man cliss petty offfccr/ Mar. Mr and Mrs. Jack Door'

After a short trip to (the West While in the Navy lie spent time Mrs Fern Heap Mrs. Adi tdt

Coast of Florida: Mr and Mrs. ( in CorregiJor, Hong Kong Japan Mr. and! Mrs. Olen Edward '

Tompkins have returned to the a Okinawa and the Philippine 'Islands Durrance fiance: Miss i ChnrlnfHoyer. "

park for the remainder/ of the set' IT totaling sixteen months ov- _
M>n, I 1 1 crseis' 1,1/111; UM il4I'Ir: 1 MlI: 'I
He now resides with his mother .
.y V 1''jIj.1tr., .:" '19.
Mr. and MM McVcun who and! father Mr and Mrs. keith UK, 'MM-U I''M"rill UN'ollrc Vs5, '
were occupying the Costigan mo Mitchell on Rodeo Road in In- I. her .b>' g\\\ '..'n Ih"
und.r.tYaed, IIntl.l iii" '" '" '
bile home, have \been called hometo diantown of ('tint' r roaa Iuwo of .'
Union N J., because of the r+A. Art. orprk lilt; ,rill I: u,4.I, ,1" I,

death of MM. McVean's father. J DON Gil HUM RUSHED rot| Mrullirpielpl(Ir ii'(mint i'Prruii" I'hIran"'anI,,, ." ", "

Mr. and Mr Churlc Stewart AST VISITORS, before the school was closed to prevent interruption of work School. The tcnchin and Mudents! were imprcs>,sed with the new building! See TO HOSPITAL AGAIN '' t of pt.""r fin,, I ,'

have gone to Birtow. They will were the members of the Problem of Democracy clans at Martin County High Page I story on opening of the new high schoo:I. Don Gillium son of Mr. and thla'1'Tllr.notliptit '' the n tin 1st.i ISIS.
visit with MM Murphy sister of i.ITTI. ': 1 NI'F'u.tiT'V; I 1 -Ii
Mrs. Jack Gilliunt was rushed to ,
--- -- --- -- ----- -- --- --- ------------- --- md,10'! hirh" I nil) "UK tnuKn In I
1101,.. Stewart for about month. --- ----
a mil pI
Martin Memorial Hospital Friday htiMnu m' pun i n"

Mr, and Mn George Grossman Building of Two Boat tral and Southern Florid Flood Game and Fresh. Water Fish Commission i i I ((2)) At Charlie leighton Park evening Jan 10 by the Indian- hoist 1 In liin: (that.. iii the 81' 1181ti imitx' Ini,Iitl( rruntil ..'I''I '",
County Ramps
of Hollywood and Mr. and Mrs Control District Its purpose i is to I one to be a request from Palm City, located on State Road! town ambulance after he fell unconscious buolnePt! I. MM. I 1:111:: ; ,I /
William Schych of Rochester, N. I 714 at the Palm City Bridge also or "Mtuvrt. Ktmlla "nl 'han i 1'
Seminole 'Inn
advise the fCD on public recreation : the committee the other ( at the to it her pcrontall.1 II, ,I..I." I
Y and Hollywood recent a reque'llfrom boat to the St.
were Endorsed by Recreation Committeelocations providing! access mid huxlnrx,
arrival Stuart he
guests of Mr and 1101 r.. Churlct matters in connection with I the Marlin County Commission 1 Lucie Canal Upon in was 11t1P. FJRI.; :\ ,
the district / !sent; to St. Mary's Hospital West I'lib : Jon. 10. tt, {F'.b tJt "
Butts. expanding(! nystcnr of asking. the name Commit; Lou Gainey of West Palm I Palm Beach for further observation .
A number of residents attended for three new pubic committee canals. levees and other of the IN 'mimu: 'i ir f'IIIII'I' <>.i 'miMSIII
primary I director
Beach regional
sion to build boat ramps it two( The ambulance driver was Jl l>l< III. 4liii III' .11
the open house of the Sunshine Ii' recreation sites in Martin County The group with member from water control works I locations. : Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission lloyd Smith, assisted by Leon .1 \ l It I-OH 1I MtltllS I 01 M \

Mobile Home Park to congratulate and several in Okeechobee Coun- Martin County, Okcechohee and In unanimous action Wednesday -I (I) At Phipps Park under t hiFlorid I said he has recommended Howard and Dickie Tillis. 'I"'n IS )t .III-"\f.KHIIM Fat: s/l.1/it4). '

and bring good wishes to Or t,i were pinpointed in West 1 Palm St. I.ucie counties was organizedby night Jan X. the Itt/-county i Turnpike, providing J boat new boat ramps at twenty-four I Gillium was reportedly( beaten IN in.: and MM Lotus Vogt, former residents (Ii leach at the first olficiil W. : T'I'I.\TIOS 1 ">q l"
R. of
meeting Scott Stuart, memberof committee endorsed t resolutions f itAcI
I iwo access to the St I luck anal near everything up Sunday evening Jan 5, by a :t I. M.1.InO Tn I

of-Holiday-.---Trailer- Park 0 f a new-_ tri- -county--..t(-recreation .the governing hoard! of the Ccn- 1 to he sent ot t the Florid i I ,!hvBodcocftb : i I group of boys while walking along in-HKIiMB:.u.mM1TK I: .\ 1-1(1 1'I: : I I
--- -- -- -- requcstl.Frank
Route 710 in Indiantown. He was 'IIP: HIM" : Itl-HII'II
Wuch.i. chairman of the I'lllX IFllll: IS<."
taken, to Martin Memorial Hospitil
TO n. If .LAUD
IRALBNID 1101 Martin Commission, and
: County at that' time and released two \\ hoe rwlili'in cnililr,'us I,.
a member of the trl-county recreation not knfnsnToil
advised that the days later are hereby nollfliil' HIMpptlilonnr 'I,
2S OFF committee 11..1'1'. Allan, ]. lm. I II III.,' I In
% property owners of the two loca I'Pillion In \Ihr nhovi r"ull. t "
ions above have agreed to the mst.illation Elementary PTA HP.RHP.. lu take charge of I?, 1
"' her n\\11 ..tatpbp ntI 1"1"'v
I of boat ramps: that all ,
and 10 beep nr a free dlf.h' I
questions! including public access Meeting TuesdayScholo that the HI'Jllh'allon fm', .".1'' ,
AI. jtN ON ANY I .,'nH. will hp presented tH II" IIh"I ,
all that
have been resolved .o"'l on Itie IHh dos or '.h"I., ,
I remains is for someone to build! Parent Teacher Associa'i In"t rnll are hereby nnllfl'd "
lion will meet nxt "-' chow rBII" ally .BIIW .hnllhl I
I A new third ramps.! future public recreation 21 at 8 pm in the school cafe. \',>urvf frrnntod\ ..ii..h\...' *If PI\liiif any. upon x rap I Illnncr I'. "

HEA TER the north side of the StI torium The program will be '. nltorne)'.. On.hti-r.nnK P. '
ccrr area on .
I : Oiivht.rmn. P O. 'lirawitKHinil '
) I I Lucie Canal, at the junction of "Teaching Aids in the School" and 1 jorlilw. Ion mimt fillIniil I
I'J : :
the canal and Lake Okeechobee will he presented hy Mrs Sarah 11 .cm ,Is'fen.o or :tllenIhtg' In:;. IIorrlre ,
I of the Clerk nf (Irculi Ii .11"
DuBose and Jack
was unanimously recommended! by Smouse nn m i hi'fore the nth dll)' of "Pe' ,,,

) / PURCHASE THIS WEEK I the committee. All members approved -Itlltl.: -. tIM--M;: <'ril-tit''STl till. carrPcy 1101: tftherwble may b. entered.'I<'h Ilr.n fn,I'h, 1,..
Ilb i :=: '- a resolution to the Flood --- ---- anldh
l\ TIIH' 11111'11'r tin ii'r fW Tit : nd.nxt.'J ,
I it Ktuait MartinI < 'ass
the districtin
Control District asking ,,, ,
'r. mull alb /iii iii'. isr liildn I I thin Illh: day of JanIIHI't
( pi.inning the new levee along \ I' 'lIIt 'hilT" f'OIT\. I taw"
the northeast shore of the Like MOIIIIM (TMIIIOTMT IIHtCK.
i .\('.'II0.. nrni, I Clpik .f Clnult nr
,t SPECIAl PURCHASES *FACTORY CLOSE-OUTS *SENSATIONAL PRICE REDUCTIONS TAKI II TO 24 with the Army Corps of Engineers. ) 1 I.g\'IV !Ftt.FN.1: Vll t'c,1 l ) Martin( ("'"hIV. lorlrti

MONTHS TO PAY to provide for as large a public v.. Halnlirr )I alt t' trtf>I.YNVIbMII, ,

BEDROOM [" an ) Many .-.( .-hind IMmtI park as possible at least thirty to: WII.U.nr (', Ynl'Nt i f'lnl'l'lT( "Pl''V('"nIT' 'I.tle II :.\L''
.I I TDEMINDOUS lAVINOt lowDOWN I fifty acres In sire, Itikcward! of the lufomlnnt ) I'uh, : Jon. 10, a1, U64.
.it ih. p".h... .f any PAYMENTS I \n'I'll t\ or .t :If T'rT1V
of the new levee: Til, C\'IIJ.1 I I \\l '
J alignment < YOI \ lurnniiNf
New .......'" WIN gel" *** I THIS fillTV .ro : C ..
'i nI I Ill'Is
:" ': "S K xI>\\\
> !5O. ALLOWANCE In other the
.Hess *r ultra. Tr..'..... it action. tri-county Y r YOUR OLD Kul M 3 Of' ...,. ",..kh.In committee voted to request t t h e thru. H omiplnlnl, fur Dlvur'n l him I'1. "ulIIlI 1. \
i..h't I h... riled lid: 11/D/ t
f n H'Unxt mil
1n ii nu urn
of to >
l !
.n1 Corps
,1"01 mlrtM mltkt.ktn improve
Engineers .q".I.'d. I ''n ...,UK n nf Till: I HTtTr 01 1
sops our ; :
I I facilities and road NAOMI M::II.tH
parking access Anrwvr Hr l ntliei wIII"n" itr.n.. Inmi
r rTRADEIN IitT'Illxtt,,
h (tlillnllil
site upon plnlmlffn nt"i
into an existing on -
LIVING ROOM ".. 'I 1' I' (" rl.1
\ ( H" K I P. O |I'i ix
} the east shore of lake Okcechohee YII'rtl'Ft Tn f l1tlfl'lOlaAll : .
.sty'I Yu ITU, Xlunil' I'Inililn' unit fllo the
,n Ik* punch' *!* tlN .. tho "I'r.lllu'o ..r Ih, I'" .5." "r
ilulrmln' '
south of the St Lucie uoi uiii.'
Hr "i nrlll"
: n
: ::
$25 ALLOWANCE .w llvlngrnm I *r .,. ,, at"t rtcrpnw In m ,'h I (nmplilnt In tliooin Naomi Nillln Kltihlnir. dr..dore ., f
I h.''r'b "tlfl..1 mud "IP'' lirrlnlhi ,, .1 I
lull*. TMri.ln. .Iwl n In, .e "i of the ore of He, flrrmtTP 11 "
FOR YOUR OlD \ chief ('. Ntaart. rile nits' or il 'mnn .....1..11.. undlll.n Wltkwt / Barry Baldwin deputy .11" 1"lnrlln. nn or hefnre lyre nrnhiKt nail. I I". I p',
r* .Y1dnDINETTE.|. t ,a I engineer for the FCD said! the Site I.h:"lilT: > dnv I'.til IIr, Tn I'.hrll"IK, (Ml. .1584.Jade\ In the rrirp, ..r .it,. I''UIII\u "I,,,Ie.or .
request will he relayed! to the mint h, |Dt'fnull, HIM hr taken MIII'I'' t' uiniv. Pins" i Mn' I I"' "II.oorthon'e .
.aln.1011 ( It "Hill al. "ti.,, ldn ? <1I" Ii- .
DOWN '" 's' l1RADE corps for consideration during current |In .ihr ('nmlll"ln'far the ,". "*' demanded 1fOVR 1- ,In nix I till' .rnlpnlnr' i iiliitp mHan l fI, ,,'n, ,,I.'
I of the lakeshore ..f Hi, flrul I"hllr.tl"n ,,,' 'Inutlro "-
enlargement : tvn ounicnrn!: : nt Stunrfa.r.Vj.ss .
INALLOWANCE "' cnrh: plllim ,' d.mad, ICI,", .
', ," at
... ., 2 PIECE irVINGROOM SUITE dike In that area. ) 'Id". Ihl. IlIh h, in writing I stud mutt 'Iaplnf '
Hi* >w U/ FOR YOUR OLD N.w PlnH. TNd.. -1n r vat ILU10 / 100V Nyll trial* vwl *Vl' M dFNi.l 4 I Baldwin showed aerial photographs oiioniv iiprtr-p, fhlrpo.e of nr rcltli the>nr.,'trtnunt' 5511 .Poa1 xu.l'" ''ill''",' ..' 1

N I nLNhtn/ ',..... 0010 hum, cuihl.nnf! An cllln( iww ttyl* Urine I of the northeast shore of 1'\1 n FRK>'r OF TIM! tMTtonrTIT h. worn I" hi' 111.. ",'Inimnnl' ,. ,1I,?
CNAM/AOtN r.mYIN. Itrii/ Pi! m (mu c* w/Y ,a*rIM! several alternative plans for dikes / it ('iii II..nl'I( : sot.; nrrorlinv:I 1iIllh > Inn .
Pub ,. Dated tk1 tln\ o,10,11'1" .
: Inn I 16' : 1 sat r b. A. |1P|. .
REFRIGERATOR fitr-lar|* SH. .Ip..bus fwff Chair and tieback levees which arc now 1901.
I 1.1RfI'rT'O.I..: 11\\:1: ;
rTRADE-IN ; being studied by the FCD and \"o'rt. r ni- rnrtu1'r'r' np ,,
WAS $19800 i\ nF, I r
1tiT sa F
ttd-4ii. mini b. .In ..... ; MtBTlVI \T1 OITOPfdl ALLOWANCE i the Corps of Engineers tp of Vhoml N 'IIKltihlnv
W ..kk. e.M" *" m4 toil HIM IlllllT. I'''..'' IlK-MII fill \. H.-ri-n.,.Inv ,
10 FOR YOUR OD 10 ,..* *,ld.. llkf l ...._ I Navigation facilities such as ,.,"1'. Ttll1' .....! I1 Oil I IM Hiii, .tsn \ ; 1t.fit .,
.HI* p *,tharDELIVERS.,,11_... I I'I new boat locks, at Taylor Creek pMtTNrnxnii'\01"11I': / -' 1111 ivtll59i4<11.' \. )J tnnT ,Trutt' ,,'rlrp,
I n
U I near Okeechobee City, and at TT I 111 .inat'r'i .' n. .\n. ) .Mtornpx j tor IJIl'lL.J.Y.I llmor;
I 1 f I I other points along the shore of Tat A ,0-rr" : i,. 'F.\11. Pub" Jnir III' .1 10, Prh a I, 1981 i
ivlr Jrt. : :. -.. : _
J Luke Okeechohee were discussedin rinintirrrnri j, -

detail. : ".;.R. MII.i,rn: 'I'
> 10. DOWN > T I In addition Dr. J. A. Horton n.fnni nnt ( i'
.LMNGyROOM. I I of Okeechobee said. he will get together nv virtu of a \\'rlt of Fxeptitlnn !' /TS
In m" hand, Imiurl' out rf the (roun i AdHartford'
with the Okeechobee County
) I If ('"",,. l'i.I m Reach ('oun''. In it
Commission to nit or FnH h "Inilnh."
immediately see ,I liln,:: wmnniinl r"tnwpli R M,pnrtn' ij.1:
if the county can develop plans .lonepb n .nrlnh. Ir ..nln.t ri>ti-r
DELIVERSany for a new park at the mouth of Sluice' duty' ?".I"I "n "'"r..t. 211
the Kissimmee River where the Inca Ihn Tmlirmi-nt nn which mold 0
".11110" .
$10 I' w" I. h.'nlf'
any FCD and the corps will providea jnnlnil In the County (Hurt IJ'Pssufs

APPLIANCEDELIVERS ; large spoil area which can be 11/1.""Ie.and r hair inherent slued nr the nn .ntd all,,' rl.ht" ..t.;

developed as a very desirable pub. Stiller' In and for lkP.faltnwtna d...

lic park ,, '.TtoTi";:. vrw' In ;Martln
: John Strefkh FCD recreation

director, led the discussion, together 1491 Port Pt truck tn e F0/
J A N S4HT, hurlnir 1A6T,; ti.eenp 1
> $5 DOWN any ; ;,.. chairman with Donald Dietz committee plRlp t t flK jro g 1I I

'M' rhMTnli-t' cnimii, IT) \n.
DINETTE or BEDROOM Lou Gainey also reported that 1117 A 1041111, h.arlnir' tool
;,z" 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE NOW the Game and Fresh Water Fish Jnsai'1* "CPA.* pint* Vo S W 1

/Ita ..hu ,I., ....... Commission will soon start a study 1
-- t.m.w'd.t .. .....r*,..
with plmHilt. Bnlih, and. ,.''hh." bran *|M4 $12 9 9 5 of the FCD Martm-St Lucie Ca. Thunia.f Vnttr I I.th.h I3thrdny.nr."rVbnmrV, ,. 1r r

CIIARCOtL ..(dww*. DmlaU ca."...a.a. Tit-. ,. ""rrw. nal systems to see if they are suitable I'M between 1 the hour< or' II it 1
FINISH Sull* Inclvdm. l6dinwrr for fish management areas.AMVTFUR A.1 and t.An> PM. .t 1110: AM ,

EA,' 44c; : :: double: )I dresser with mirror Reg $15800 jf en the the M...ld rtln day county it tho Court front HOII.door... 1
drawer client 4/6 bookcase bed RADIO I will ...11 all|| rl.hr title und Infrh 1
.U of the null' r.t.e Mlllfr In and LHLAI t.A YAX ,
CLUB TO MEn to tn* above ile.irlh.d t 1

7pc. FAMILY SIZE DINETTE The Martin County Amateur Radio Club will meet Thursday linn and all ro.''''
h. then under
Ian 16 at 8 pm. at the Bank of lhta 'ph day nr tnV'ofBnll.'Y.( hand and IQ.f. seal,

y 202 B-BR-C 103 B-BRC f f'lTl kd Stuart formerly Peoples Bank, on 'lhT(, H. WIFRIF:

East Ocean Boulevard Pith' J,.A. U. ti,11A.FTIiH.jgmA i family Auto /Insurance

; Table and 6 Chain I will provide you with broad

I 'A ta. ,R,11 36"x48"x6 FxtcnsliHi Table $ 8 8 See the exhibit of impressionistic and Inn protection- if you- at have substantial a good dnv-lav-

} rP, Ili I Ing record. And with the Hartford
ti' i m4 -Presuire Plastic Table Top abstract
w paintings by Gordon Ian MacLeod
Dame there
'is r 'L" on your policy
Block Bronze or Chrome Frame 5 9
need be Bo doubt about the

Plastic Covered Chain with Box $10 down and $5 a week quality of your insurance.
Stall will deliver ymir rrfrigfra.tor r llloxa AT 7-0155
or autnmallc wisher Cad our office now to ice if

r Compare at $6995 IJbetal( trade-in allow you qualify for savings on the

finest auto insurance can
anew fw jmir old ap you
$500 down $1.50 a week pliance. buyl!


Located On Route 7011JDalfa

1, snuiiu a.r M MI Mar

Home Owned and Operated by JAMES A. CONRAD ?*. 4T, 287-2440

t 519. COLORADO A\tE.: STUART, ELA, DIAL 2874752 I "Where The Artists Metf -


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AT MNI' '>RHi: sNI> iMIRCHASr 0'Kindred's
where shop in confidence because know that .V $10 (QRDKR
you you everything you
Coupon < buy is guaranteed to please you or your money back!!! (Limit On* I*Adult Cuitomtr'

(SUPERMARKET --------------------------- III 16 .1'. 6 ________________________.N......
Armour Star Ready To Eat Hickory Smoked

Frozen Foods \l kimlrrri"llh llio Purchase Of
__ 6-07. Pkg.! of I Hermans
Baked or Cooked Ham I
FARM HOUSE tin I 11II1..n|. needed,good)Jun.16,17,IK

APPLE 4 for '

PEACH PIES $1 c w ,,

4 6-OZ. CANS Portion P5.



"{ We Give .GOLD BOND Butt Center I

!( STAMPS Portion 49 c Slices 79 "' ,

You Always Get More At Kindred'sLEAN r r .

IB. 5 9 c C

lB. 39 C


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r II" II -
Baked Fresh Daily -- GIANT SIZE f

BUTTERCRUST r 2 .f 45c



: 2tR3SC: 3 FOR 29 C CORNED ATKINDRED'S I II8S BEEF MED.A Fla., Carriage EGGS Club LIMIT :::: 29c

CAN LOc. ._._ Nf M.N..N _NILNNIINN 111. ..
JT mm
6 CANS 0 3SNAP01 C I 01 Cms; IN''rANT39C
COFFEE 10-OZ. JAR 1.19
'r i IIFlNl10l'fOFRESH
FLA. "-'

StrawberriesJOHNATHAN PKG.43c Chips 11111 PICK 39C


3 tEBAG 22-OZ. 6 S CEIJ
2 STALKS 25 C Z8.OIBTI.6 9 C .,

LARGE FLA. AVOCADO ';'. 4 CanF 303 8 5 C 5 Cans 303., $1
'. EACH 15'
: m6 I. I

6 1=NS 99c FOIL

,;., LB.IhS NiIhINspemKt Mid CutterSUPERMARKET
Tomato Sauce
89 c Shopl\londaythruThursdaY8a.m.to6:30p.m.8 9 Saturday 8 to 7.p.m.
8-OZ. CAN RUC Friday a.m. to p.m. a.m.


4-B THE STUART (tin-) NEWS Thursday Junuun 16. 1964 ,

..... -
efts? new.>< .t '"

t Please Get Names ?a%; Stock-Up SALE

And Initials of

Persons in NewsThis
,; ;,

Is a message to publicity managers and others who ;:,,:;, A&P APPLESAUCE
contribute accounts of club or !social meetings and personal! in u ,r
I' notes for Stuart Newt society pages.
Please always get the full names of persons mentioned. We
cannot use names such as 'Mrs Smith" only. It must t read "Mrs. I _- A&P SAUERKRAUTA&P
Robert R Smith" or Mrs. Mary Smith," if she customarily uses! ", :
her own first name The former way is preferred
.. Obtaining the correct full names ut the time of the mating C
'" ;3t social occurrence will save your lime and ours. Actually we CORN Cream S'lc! or cans
\ do not have time to check and double-check names sent in without \Vhole Kernel
," the proper prefixes You don't know their full mimes'? Then I I
t ask them. ANN PAGE RED BEANS
Also, please put your own full name and telephone mimhcr I IONA TOMATOES
I at the bottom of any article you submit We must know the .,
source, and! be able to check with you Thank you.
;: -The Society EditorSOCIETY [ION A LIMA BEANS Mix,
h. }.........q sp '../> k I '.' ""t, ',.'"IlrkdhtNtrEthrANrs+a ". y' / ,IONA CARROTS
.. or


tr; .artwa. e ,...h.I,:.*iSW>,4MW! '\; itna,*,' < i,. ,saxf

Langford Marina and Villas WHOLE JREEN[: BEANS OR

I Are Rendezvous for Yachtsmen choice your 1-lb..1 Oc AP; YELLOW 4 CansCLING 7 9c

Yachtsmen continue to cruise to City; 'Sea Song," Dr. and Mrs can
the Langford Marina and! enjoya E J. Cunningham, Pclhiim Manor
NY; "Neptune V" E. Stewart
dinner at Frances Langford's Out
Mitchell, liminuum. Md? "Charolte -
rigger restaurant. for a pleasimt! ," Mr and Mrs F. W. Wright-
weekend jaunt. Most of them feel son, Baltimore, Md 1.: "Henchman," SOKIWLVK: : IN 2 PK. JANE PARKER BLACKBtRRYPIES: JANE PARKER CtRM\N: tMOC' WHITE: HOUSE EV\PORUEI GINESEE-NEW: YORK
that they have discovered "new Mr and l MM Albert Hinckley, Orleans
territory' when they come to Jensen Va.; "l..l Beach and Martin county. and Mrs. William A. 'lot lie, Redding -
Included in the rosier of Florida. /, Conn.
Yachts and owners who came to Langford Villas!! guests for the .-REMIUAILY Pt.CIAL1I11SWEEK TALL CANCARION 12-01.
this urea during the week ending week ending Jan, 12 included.Mrs 8 ROLLS $100 EACH 39c ACII 6 77c 6 CAN51 99c
Jan. 12 were "Klttiwake," with ,. Susan I Montana: and VictoriaCiolli
Mr and Mrs 1. R. Anthony, Atlantic of Chicnog; Mr. and l Mrs.
Beach, 'Ncdisa V," Mr. and R. J. Mohr, Scarsdale N. Y..
Mrs. Wilbur Killccn Key Biscayne, Henry Schihel.! Garden City, N.Y. GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN 1 U.S. CHOICE HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
"Marmike II," Mr and lilts H Manny W White and Don CoreieClcrmont .
Mitchell Harper, Palm Bench; Hu\ Mr and Mrs J. H.
"Evelyn H," Mrs. Evelyn Rand, Schaefer, Ft. Uudcrdalc.. Fl.i; Mr
Palm Beach; 'Crystal Rock," Mr and l Mrs. James Harper. Jessup.Ga FRYER BREAST'xml RIB ROAST
and Mrs Ralph B.: lAng, North .; Dale Campbell, Jesstip, (ie.
Palm Beach; and "Nonaym) ," Mr William Barter and A. L, McCuul,
and Mrs. Marshall Sccburg Palm Minneapolis, Minn; Mr und Mrs
Beach. Kirk McC: 'loud, !Montreal, Quebec
Out-of-nuEtc yachtsmen and Canada; Mr and Mrs Hart Pigc
yachts included!, "Villain VI," William II Miami Fla; andIr.! ,ind 1 Mrs Ib.
J, Godfrey, Jr. New York Robert C. a.m\Cy. Joplin, Mo orF iEt ur first center
f: 5 $199

I News Media Program SubjectAt LEGS"Super e box cut 79c cut 69c

Junior Women's Meeting Lb Lbt

1 Kit-lit" Cuiiudmn 51 II. U.S. choice heavy Western I Beef f
Speakers at the meeting of th e i that a bake sale will be held ont 6 lu,
.. Junior/ \Vom n\ Club of Sluan. t t Siturd.iy). Jan 18 J in !front of BACON2 pklr; 89c FRESH I SEAFOOD
on Monday, Jan. 13, were Ernest K\\ik-C'hek. STEAKSFULL
I LollS editor of The Stuart News. The fish fry for the Hospital I MNG: MVtktRILSTEAKS MIXtU: BIN D&D BONELESS: GROUP
( and Bill Britton, Muff unnoimccr I livlra 1'Iuicl
Pedidiric Unit will be held on I eh Stamps
of Media"WSTU was Radio!the subject Station t of News the 7 between 4:10 p.m. und H p,mut .. Milh ,lh. PurtliufcC, of; Jane PurkcrFruit FISHIB. FILLETSib.
the Woman's Club Building
!! CUT
tile Public
presented by
program Mrs. Fred Rogers, chairman, discussed 8ge
Affairs Department, with Mrs
for the fish fry Tickcts ROUND'
Donald Gore, chamiian. or whole
President New members, Mrs. Frank greeted Zoru by, were the club may member 1 he purchased or ut. various from stores any Cake fur baking lb. 39 25 63

Mrs Jack Hampton, Mrs. Kichtird in town $149
Murphy, und Mrs. Ronnie Prekup Member appointed to the nom Delmonico .
Mrs. Guy Cromwell reported Dating committee were Mrs Wil- lb. .$ 99
that all trophies had I been presented liven Mcknight; Mrs. J. K Roucll II 5 Q Fresh Ground Fully toukid Seml-Boncless" Whole or Half
and Mrs Kermit linker
; to the organizations for the
winning floats in the. Christmas Hostesses for the evening! were ring J
parade. Mrs. Robert Bennett, Mrs Kermit Rib n,79. Beef 398 Hams
I M 6 9
Mrs. Ben Fulton, Jr announced! i Tucker_and Mrs Fred Rogers If.1l.: (No Coupons Ntteskary) > <

Woman's Society Heard Talk PLAID 50 EXIRV SI'AMPS; PLAID 25 IY1RA:SFAMPS And Prime J Beef f FilletsQUICK Sarasota Chupprd Item Bed or New Select

I On Guatemala, on ThursdayThe 3 pound' ring: 209 I'l pmnd Inn( spl'it9 >'RO
Ruth Black Hawk Smoked !Morion's Quick Iroicnfc
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Service Woman's and Society the of Western Christian I Howard who sang and Iwo Miss selections Cynthiii. Moore r--\ '--iiiii iir---------------\ Steak i& 79 PICNIC[ 3 cl:4 $199 DINNERS II :a; 39cI

Methodist I A talk film und 1 objects native I PLAID
Service Guild of the First
to Guatemala were presented by 25
Church ,held t a combined i Mrs. U. I I. Urmson of Fort (Pierce STAMPS
Jan 9 ,. Fresh Crisp Florida Full of JuiceORANGES
meeting Thursday evening 1 he 1 irst Methodist Church olImliantown ... --
l the Wild Iblo Coupon r
at the church. was represented by
;I. Ann Pii|>e Smooth" or KninehyPEANUI st'i '
Members of the guild were hostesses t pastor a wife, Mrs George R. MeCormick.
I and several member ol : r 1-pt., tl-oz. s / CARROTSPLAID
and were in charge of the I 59c ,
I the congregation nun tR: Jar
program The next meeting ol the WSCS ,. Coupon|ood thru Jnn.tMin. t.la '?'
Mrs. Cecil: Donaldson gave the will bti Tuesday, I Fch I Kill f 12 10 t
devotion and Mrs. Pierce+ MiLe pm ut the church Joanna Circle Jin... _!._':: -_..._- '
accompanied Mi* Durley Ann will serve the luncheon ''; 2 lb. bag 19 t 5 lb. bag 4 9
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Woman Club Learns About j : ,
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I Center I." STAMPS\ .H.| MAINE RUSSETT BAKING> Endive Escarolc Romaine Leaf Lettuce
Pioneer Occupational C Wllh IhU Coupon and ,u", .... el M| o. -

The Woman a Club of Stuart years old will he interviewed ,it I I!:12: "v.'\'IO"June 'T'ed. QCr r I.! rotatoes$ 10 ib.in Salad Greenseach 1 Oc
its business i .. : =
had a good attendance at the school from K to 1JII: ) p m BREAD IUlir (.:
meeting: ;on Wcdne.sd.ly, Jan five .101)> 4 week It is udvisuhle .. Coupon dlhroJnn 'Ir. Mtn, 1.\1 ..j
8. It was announced that the trip ,
Okecchobec to the Honda had School been for postponed Boys lit that by a young a parent+ person be accompanled I' L!a. 9t_ ;:!_:H:;;:;;;!;::SSHil3; ; Nabisiii: I on PRICKS IN 1111S AD GOOD 111RU SVIURDVV. J\NUAR\ U.2t .

to next fall, but honoring u request Raellke stated that according to r" -'Ui----i-----. ---:---;-----"t OR\IIAM; : CRACKERS box JJCllb. Your dreams come true with
from Chaplain Uixon i it established procedure if a client I : Purina J.Ib. h ,.., Uqiilil Detergent
was voted to contribute twelve goes to the ihihtation agency. I PLAID 1 77' J a W PLAID STAMPS
. >
Bibles to the School the government will pay expenses'' I' ,, DOG CHOWArmour baa ; WISK[
A finger luncheon and card while the client attends the center I ii STAMPS iii= Slur 12-oz. INt trEAf A/SAMIC a pACMK IfA COWANY, aX.
party will be held on WednesdayJan. for the sevenleen-weck training ,q ..... TREE I( .. .. can: 49c quart 75cI
29 at 12:30 p.m Reservationsare period. Wllh IhU Coupon and '''reh..f.i: lie(
Arniuur SlurCORNED J31h-oz.
a must, and will be accepted l RaJlko will I be to-or : : BEIF IIVSII! can
the client and the rehabilitation pint oi
by Mrs. Jerry Conrad starting ut i ( 37 C \\uodbiiry (tc Sale)
the program; meeting on Wednesday agency : Mi\ONN\ISE: : jar .., Armour" Slur Z4-0z. Mnmuii '
Jan IS j.IM'if c.npanrealhraJute Ml>. 1.lall1: | BillS1EW: :: .. ...... 53c MMaun MKI KH SOAPChef
Ray Radtke of the ]Pioneer Occupational Re ll', 911I"mi: Wan 971 S. Federal III wy. Stuart Ph 287.0654

Center, located in the L lJ: ... wu"aW'S: :..=__:.___..__.___.__ o: ioN SOLP !MIX.. 2 pkfr 37c Open ell 9 p.m. Friday 4 b 32c
old! Port Salerno School. Filth Meet January 21 pkg.
Street und St. Lucie Avenue, addressed
the meeting. The school The Republican Women Club Bo.ArDeeSpaghetti lle-lni! Strained Ileioz Tonutu Helm CldrrVinegar Helm Condensed
)Js a non-profit institution, he said, ol 1 Martin County will have a 1 IX-tcrgent>> (7e off !libel)
and meets the accreditation and luncheon meeting in the Bavarian Sauce Baby Food KetchupDetergcat Veg. Soup Surf
instructional standards prescribed, Room of the Town House on Tues!
to provide specialised instruction day, ten 21, at 1 p.m. Mrs. George I-lb. I...... quart 10-oz.
39 C 8 89 C 25c 39c 2 na
to clients Any person within the Hatzes.!! president of the Women i I jet jan boule bottleIMergmt < tans 29 C ,; 26 C
krea between Fort Pierce, Indian- Republican Club of St. Lucie i ""
County, will install the officers I
town and Hobo Sound having any IXtergeiit Iklvrgent (lOc off luUI l) Condelned : : CSt( off label) Detergent
for t l4 I
should contact the Detergent
handicap I
f nuke school sit telephone appointment 287-4346 to discuss, and I County Plans Fair for a will booth be at di'ICUfCJ.I the Martin I Breeze Rinso Blue ALL Fluffy Alltt28c Lux Liquid Swan Liquid

the possibilities of getting back For reservations, call I Ole glum lIb1nt 22
to work or into a work setting I Almegord, AT 7-2199. :t';;. H, I rea.alto 35 c ske 69 C alit 79 C rite-oe. 65 C 21-01. 65 C
Client t J t t. seventeen to fifty-five W Sanders, AT 7-3378 size

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L Loaf ,/
Kraft's or Miracle FrenchDRESSING
or reeDS! '
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4 8.OZ. BUS. sl I

WINN 1962 QganhtrRti, ,
Rohrt; L and One> A
I Prices Good Thru Sot Jon 18 With $S Order or More r
Limit OnepleaExpires ) r ,
.TOP VALUE 'y Miracle Whip..: With $5 Order or MI.( \..

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Sat -v"'l (Gt0 i Pk '
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100 Extra Free
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] 50 Extra Free Seeded'r
When You : 4c 3
31C "A Kwik (Chek Bur"ItiXIE
DARLING Enriched

BROWN &Seeded"A SERVE ROLLS 2 I:.,. 39: S5 Limit Order One or With Mon ,-- Rcal Buy"

U.S. Gov't. Graded Choice
t."'J'S;" ,..' Superbrond Shipped Seabrcext Ha. Tender Juicy Meaty
r. ; "' ''' <
i I. t .). ," :o..', '<" 5 Lb 45 to 55 Lb. Avg.
'0'' '. 'l \ 49 Bag "CUT TO YOUR ORDER"Pre
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Limit 2 Ooz With Doze
$5 Order or More WHOLE
J All rlavort
F FRUIT I COCKTAIL I L 5 $1 Glng.rale and Including Low Calorie -Slicid 49 Meaty l6.67

APPLE L E SAUCE( E Del"It':." 35 JAR.or. 39 c- 1 r Big \.\.ll1ur lb. t 53 o lb. t E9c [b..1.19

,,,12.01.$1 LYKES SUGAR CREEK SMOKED "Butt Half" iI.. 59c
Cans .
DIXIE DARLING Yellow-White- Devil Food FISCHER 4 MSLb. '
/12.0.. No D.p. Brl. ALE
19 er. 49


:. BLACK PEPPER Can: 29' Pack 12 $169 LOIN I RST I S "Whole Rib Lb.Half"or 3g'r

; SIZE PKG. Pkgs. t
W-D Brand Govt Graded U S Choice

i I ''CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP Eor Pancake Maklnp,,DumplIng.listuitt RIB I ROAST i Easy Semi-Boneleis To Carve LB. 79'i

i '" 3 Reg. Bars 31c 2 Bath Bars 29c ? BISQUICJ( Ground Beer 5.Lb.- pkg.Pkg.. '1.79 79c T

\ PALMOLIVE SOAR 2 Both Bar 29c 4 OX t CHUCK STEAKS u.59'r
I Ii Pkg. Roth Blackhowk
i r ,VEL PINK LIQUID 22.0. size 65c ROUND STEAK SS Ib. 89yCookcd-Canned

I Fresh Fruits; and Vegetables M... $ AO ( HAM I I
Lb. 49 t THRIFTY MAID Vanilla or Fudge Royal lb.
POTATOES 10 1 $269
i f Mesh Bag ICE MILK Half 3ft 3 Can !

:I BAG APPLES Poly Lb.i III 49' MINUTE MAID 6-Of. Con 6 W-D Brand '
I'F Orange Delight Can U.S.D.A. Grade "A"\
; A O Q' L E S WASHINGTON 6 For 39' ftlCH'S Chocolate TURKEY PARTS SWings
Aftl RED DELICIOUS ECLAIRS 40K,. elPkgs.. .29c \
Fancy Fresh u
: FLORIDA CELERY 2 JUMBO 29cSTALKS FISH STICKS 3 8.0.Pko,. Drumsllckhb.29c )




I I Cleanser Gt Size I All Purpose Liq Cleaner (Fun Bath For Kids) I Sandwich Bags I Floor & Wall Cleaner Beauty Soap j "p'';,

Giant Size. 79c 2_ 49C: Giant she. 69c100z.__ 69C: 50-Ct.Pka. OQC/ : Large Size _OQc. __ _B]_tlJ.25c._ __. Giant- ,___79-:-_ i..

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I Real Estate For Sale 90

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DUPLEX CBS furnished. Two 1

bedroom I hath living room
and kitchen units. Separate utilities -

Large well landscaped corner
lot. Hibistus: Park. SI I 1.200: Del

Mar Really AI I A. Port Salerno.
_____ call 287-5955. 1-16(90)( )

6-n TilE STUART (Ha.) NEWS II... .... < ,., ....."" "... .' "".", a '.IW.: ''', Jf4''". I ... r ..I:>.A t JUI'

Thursday. January 16, 1964 I FOR RENT 35 USED CARS & TRUCKS 58. SERVICES OFFERED MI e. 71 REAL ESTATE FOR REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 Real Estate For Sale 90 Services Offered Misc. 171

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-" ... .4W1 J4tERRAZlO .un LL III .
: THIS SYMBOL ONE bedroom apartment for rrnt. 1957 Dodge. Full power. Good Tile and Marble FOR Sale by Owner: 4 NEW two bedroom home one FOR Sale by Owner: Three bedroom -

Pleasant and attractive, view condition. $4X()(). Call AT 7- W. H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880( terfront I lots. Hih i t.an ; bath, corner lot. Legion Heights. I bath home. Excellent A nnouncing
MEANS TILT and access to water. Phone AT 7. 59%. tf ('81) or AT 71696. tf ((71)) Sacrifice at $35 a : $10,990.\ Easy terms. W. H. Wag location. Corner lot, landscaped.
.. 5892 or AT 7-1903. tf ((35)) I 2595. ( ) ner Co., AT 7-4880 or AT 7-1696. Two air-conditioners.i Parquet HOME IMPROVEMENTS AT
HEADERS PAY TO READ WE will cash for used 1
pay good tf
floors in Florida room. All dec- LOWEST PRICES EVER
LARGE efficiency everything' cars. 11.irless Motors. Inc., U. PLANTS & SERVICES 75 LARGE building lots
YOUR ADS ISWte Inc kitchen. AT 7-0877. 1-30(90)( )
furnished. Newly I decorated. S. I across from bus station. I I let. Paved street HOME located In Stuart near Kitchen remodeled, Driveway,
Clean quiet. Adults only. Write 1-30 ((58)) Reasonable. Owner. Write schools. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths I PELICAN Cove. CBS waterfront
t&r. PLANTS Fastest growing nursery c/o Stuart News. ( ) Walks, Patios Fencing, Solar
0htzrf* Box 792 Stuart, or call AT 7- central aircondilioning and heat-
home 2 bedroom I
1948 Willys Truck. One-ton. 4. in Martin County. 10 acres !), large
48X5.( tf ((35)) ing. Complete sprinkler system. Screens Garages Carports, anything
wheel drive flat body. S I 175. of plants. Pelican Nursery, Loop REASONABLY priced \ living room with cathedral ceiling
FOR Rent Two bedroom house Phone 287-2657. 1-16 ((58)) Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT 7- bedroom house. Call AT 7-05J1. tf ((90)) Florida. room facing water large else you want done additions .

DIAL with !screened porch in retired -- \1918. tf (75) ity room, 2 screened : SPARKLING home North River I modern kitchen with refrigeratorand I or repairs. Satisfaction

ATlantic 7.1550 section of Jensen Beach.: Adults NEW CARS 60 AZALEAS Camellias, Gardenias.. ed.pletely Suitable furnished for retired, newly Shores. Three bedrooms, two tile Move.landscaped.CynIcal Only heating.$18,500.Beautifully I guaranteed.' All work In. ured.
$595.00( until 1. Phone baths. Central heat, airconJilion-
only. May IlL !II Do.. Variety Palms $1 and up. Papaya still drive. Information Del Mar Realty, AlA Port Salerno Dial 287-4613 or 287-5840 for
AT 7-0821) write P. O. Box -- aluminum
or pool, patio awningsand !
To Place Your FAST SELLING Banana, Lychee Mangoes 7-0812 Write Route mg. call 287-5955.! 1.16 (
; I I. 190))
165, Intliantown.: 1-16 ()5)) WANT a new Volkswagen? 1500 Avocado, Carambola Peach Ma- Stuart. btorm shuttcn. Large, shady ------- free plans and estimates.
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LOW COST WANT AO Scries, bigger better. Only slightly cadamia nut. Citnis. VISIT Enders well landscaped lot with sprin. PORT Scwall WMwfront! Fisherman
THREE bedroom partly furnished higher than regular model. Walter Nursery. White City. 1-30 ((75)) IN Jensen Beach, for sale !klers. Furnished or Best. waterfront buy very "Belter Building by Bishop"
house. Close to new high i \. '859 Krueger Parkway AT Owner Telephone
!school. Boat basin Season or 7-0665.) 1-16 ((60)I ) ...._ U U 111 Jill bedroom er new homes.two bedroom unfurnhhed'i( ) near inlet in Port Scwall. Only I 4 ml. N. of Smart-Hwy. No. 1
High $75.00 per foot. M. P. Nelson ... ,
NEWS: ANT ADS Reasonable rent. Adults \7JIll. \
Iy. For Sate Miscellaneous1: 78
year-j I j)in>.lml i i '110 l References Write
RATE: Five cents per average 1968 Siuart.required. tf ( ) BOATS & SERVICES 63 ALL ] IUl IIIII ll lHII $10,900 and $12,900. 2 bedroom, newly I furnished 1-16 ((90))

lion word,$1.00 I minimum(for charge to per twenty inser- -- ---.------ _n.__ ______ TRUSSES elastic) stockings, lots, acreage or what have frame house in fine location in ...... .. ,, 0> ___ 4 w""""""" w..
up Two two bedroom house knee pads, anklets etc. Stuart down payment. AT 7-0914. ( ) Jensen Beach. Must sell
words). Words in ALL I story OUTBOAKy MOTORS REPAIRED owner TRA1LFRS & SERVICES: 168 178
CAPITAL average LETTERS, except first unfurnished in Palm City. Slave We have parts for all Drug Corp. tf ((78)) HIBISCUS Park. New h\u transferred. Call 54fi-5358 or writ I .. For Sale Miscellaneous!

word count as two words each. 'and refrigerator. $65 month. Contact popular makes. Can test your coil er occupied. CBS con Box I 1827, Stuart tf ((90)) I .; .t..I\oiIW\I ; ; -.1<<_ .jQ; w ""'""" ."- ---. .....
COW Manure. I'/i yds., $12. 2 --- ----
Gloria Richardson Corner and condenser.' Ulmer Motors, Dial Two bedrooms living
White space above or below or 3rd and Cornell. 1-16 ((35)FOR ) AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Dodge yds., $15 7-yard load. $42. Also ida room, ceramic bath 28 lots in Block 1 I. Norihwood !
within ad will be charged as the ------- Dealer. tf (63)) mulching hay. AT 7-0979. tf ((78)) ty all Formica kitchen Subdivision l-ott of large pine 1964 Fleetwood I ',.. ...
number of words (five) that could Rent: 4-room collage, attractively -1 in stainless trees. Lots 2'x 100.) $18 per lot. ---- .
be printed in the blank line or furnished clean.' Reason- AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer NICE old bedstead (19th century). steel oven and I..S.T.. P. O. lIon 395, Cape Cora.l! W SR 7
25 cents per line. able. Highway 76 at Turnpike. Call New mattress and spring $25.Call into breakfast bar with 4 Fla. 33904. 3-19 ((90)CANAL ) Mobile HomesAt I
Sales Parts
Complete Service
AT 7-5182. tf ((78)) double sink, 40,000 BTU ___ _u _.
"Display Classified" rates on AT 7-3170. H6 ((35)) Good selection of dependable Used gas furnace. Lot lanJ lot No.5. Harbor CASA RIO

application. Motors. Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic. by 125. 9600. $2.500() Estates. St. Lucle. IOOx 12'. Popular] Prices I
I 1st trust $7,100 payable I Make. Offer. Lou Bockcrt 4940N.
These are cash rates for ads apartment. Pool and dock privcgct. MOTOR SALES Inc. 440 Rt. 707 month or will consider E. 27 Terr, Pompano Beach, I 440 Rout* TUT Rio AT T-OM4
brought or mailed to The Stuart Adults Pirate's ( Lowest Prices in Florida
only. ove, SPECIAL
in Rio AT 7-0944.) tf (63)) tract with option to buy to Fla. 1-16 (90)) tf e11l1)
News with payment. If you are a Port Salerno. tf
((35)) --------
sible --------
Stuart News mail subscriber or are --------. GUITARS' DRUMS PIANOS pnrty. Phone AT 1955 8 35 ft. i-------- _
FOR SALE: Complete I line I of P. O. Box 383 Palm City. ( ) SWIM in Your Private Pool I !
listed in the Stuart telephone directoRy THREE bedroom duplex furnish Marine Supplies Marine Paints, ORGANS Screened enclosed pool and patio I bedroom 1275.00
you can place your ad by tele ed. Adults no pet,. One bedroom Marine Hardware-everything for with this rent 2 bedroom. I Ii' bath I HORSESHOEGUN
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and furnished house. Phone AT EASY TERMS' LUXURIOUS
your boat. Whiticar Boat Works, home in a nice residential area.
wy "I want to place a want-ad." -5149) evenings. tf ((35)) Port Sewall. tf (63)) City water with extra well. Not SPECIAL CLEARANCESandy's SHOP
MORITZ PIANO CO. 2 bedroom, 2 bath home
far from schools
or shopping. Only -
eBccu( FOR rent: Cute little one bedroom FOR Sale 26ft. Chris Craft 112 No. 5th Street I In BAHAMA $19,750. M. P. Nelson Realtor Is overstocked on small Complete Line of Guns and

Give your mail address at cottage walking distance of Cruiser. Outriggers, automatic Ft. Pierce Fla. Ph. 461-4747 TODAY. Modern 125 E. Ocean Blvd. 1.16 ((90)) '63 model Travel Trailers Will Ammunition and Accessories!

well as your telephone number enter of town. Call 2875892. bilge pump, galley, head. Sleeps tf ((78)) kitchen.' aualitr con I sell or trade at any fair price.:
in your want.ad. The Stuart 1-16 ((35)) four. Loaded with many other t See BETTER INDUSTRIAL WATERFRONT. S A.M.-8:30: P.M. Man. Sit. "

News has hundreds of extras. $1600.I ( ) Phone AT 7-3252 RARE white Pekingese\ puppies, BAHAMA TERRACE. 155' on good water by 208'rO LP OR BOTTLED GAS I I .4 P.M. Su d."
out- are your best possible prospects Clean, comfortable and private. Collins Park, White City St. Lu- R. H. LEAR, (: (). Roland G. Luedcr, Realtor I
Call\ AT 7-1762. 1-23 ((35)) FOR Sale: 26' Cabin Cruiser, 1956 pie: County Florida. 1-16 ((78)) 484-0244
729 Colorado
for real estate sales and ( ) ( Ave.. Stuart. I U.S. I one mil. No of Port St. Lucle
Owens Twin 96 h.p. sleeps 4, Will Buy Sell Trade For or
rentals boats, help wanted NICELY furnished one bedroom head, galley extras $3500.00. 287- ONE boxed spring and foam rubber BY owner two bedroom ((90)) Accept on Consignment Your TF ((171))
prdening, trailers and serv house in Rio. Adults only Yearly 4855.) 1-16 ((63)) mattress to match $25 com: mcnt home, between ll::.i we:: .!.... I Used Trailer.
ices. rule, $65 month. Call\ AT 7. plete. 101 E. Seminole Ave. Jensen Beach. Excellent FOR RENT 135 .[I !!!"' A"I!' -- .

"-or- .It. ::90(::. tf ((35)) 35 H.P./ Evinrudc "Big Twin. 1-16 ((78)) Carporte, serviceroom, MOVING & STORAGE 184
Two tanks and controls. $275. r immmr"mmHi
-- ------- Immediate COME OUT AND SEE"SANDY"
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS BEAUTIFULLY furnished 3-room Call 287-0.169. 1-16 ((63)) DOUBLE bed light wood bookcase frigerator.812 Maureen J'O'i omT4antr= .eeisw1
Apt. Excellent location annual ----- ----- headboard spring! and mattress Inquire OR DON
(Numbers over 100 refer to display or seasonal rental. Call 287-3167. FOR Sale 22 ft. netting bout 18 Nearly new. One-haU price. ( ) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS

classified ads, which appear 1.16 1X5))IIII h.p. Evinrudc motor. 600( ) yds. Will consider selling separately.Call THREE room house For The Best Deal In The

after the end of the smaller ads, in >.--J.L.LJ.-.J-.J.I: .. net. 3 yrs. old. (Reas. 14 ft. Ly- AT 7-4189. 1-16(78)( ) sleeping porch. carport, County

numerical order. Be sure to look man. 7"' i h.p. F.vinrndc motor ..... n .. AlII utility, plenty storage
u .A )>4 ij
In both places.) 600(}() S. Indian River Dr., Jensen fUI'I
Beach. Tel. AT 71533.1 1-16(63 Wanted 1o Buy (Misc.) 81 pletely furnished. Lot. ON
"' JI.! .. lIJLW.I.:! LL ( ) Palm Lake Park Corner
FOR RENT J 135 HOUSE four bedrooms, three ""jW/II1Iij"1!: <" "" vi.! ,.. ww'ntww,.. Park Court. Owner TIlE ST. LUCIE Moving and StorageGOING '

FOB RENT OR SALE 38-138 t baths. Swimming pool. On river. I IRVILF.RS: & SERVICES 6* 1 WANT the best price for you hotl)'. ( ) TRAILER PARK & SALES NORTH

.WANTED TO RENT 40-140 Phone AT 7. 4133 days or AT .. ...... car? Call Ralph Bales at 287. One. and two-room effIcIencIes Part loaded
,I" .-"- '__'" ..... ..vneel0n45 NEwTlFr-ERING. U.: S.: I van, nave space for
7-3025 evenings. tf ((38)) 1214. Merkle M.HJTI. Inc. tf ((81)) 287-5788 I
HELP WANTED 43-143 size home
TRAVAI.O, 2 bedroom COMMERCIAL Spacious shaded average furnishings.
Employment Wanted 48-148 IIlJIIIll.t:.... A:>.. i : !.. mobile home for sale. Excellent IIIWUijUJil _,n11 Approx. 220' x 600'( ) Parking Lot. Boat Dock.Shuffluboard. 1 !Mile N. of Stuart on U.S. 1 Call: AT 7-0878

Business: Opportunities 50-150 HELP WANTED) 43 1 condition completely furnished Real Estate For Suit 90 garden soil cleared and TV and Lounge (f ((168)MMMr) Fijen Transfer and Storage

LOST & FOUND 53-153 ______ u__ iLLsBREAKFAST Call before 5 p.m. 287-1433. tf(68)( ) Neat modern home on 500 Flagler Avenue I
-- GRACIOUS NEW WATER sy area in front of tract. Week..... Month Year _"" tf (nut
SCHOOLS 54.-154 cook. $SO for six- NEW Moon Trailer. 10x45. Two FRONT homo I in BAHAMA 000.00.)( ( ) ) 29% down NO -1 T'B"'W II

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 day week to start. All benefit bedrooms, completely furnished. TERRACE. An unusually fine CINCi COSTS. Roland G. 624 ST. IUCIE CRESCENT Services Offered Mhc.. 171 ..... HV raMKUi SMBMU;*
JSED CARS 58 158 and vacation. ALSO: Waitresses Like new. Waterfront: location. Realtor 729 Colorado STUART FLORIDA
home with features. REAL
wanted $30 week and Martin many luxury ESTATE FOR SALE 190
tips. Must Ocean Breeze Trailer Park.
art. I II ( ()
NEW CARS 60-150 beautifully landscaped waterfrontlot ) Telephone) 287-9812 ; :-1 .
have transportation. Answer in C. Anderson. 1-30 ((68)) ---- Ii. Li "11I_ .
)BOATS SERVICES 63-163 1 with sea-wall and pier. Price F. E, HOOD, !Manager JOHN'S
person Poor Bob'i Jensen Beach.If ----- --- -- -- FOR Sate: 150 foot
)TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 ((43) FOR Sale: 1962 New Moon Mo. $37,500.() Call R. H Lear Owner, Ocean Boulevard being I tf (lit) BODY SHOP R1VER1RONT BARGAIN!
bile Home, 10x46 Two bedrooms AT 70635. tf ((90)) ,J
2. and 3. Block
Services 4. St.
Offered Mine.. 71-171 Complete Bodywork & Painting san ft. lot 125.375COCOANIJT
S NEED MONEY S. Pleasant like Theodore Fah-
tales.,' Price $39
PLANTS & SERVICES 7-175 IN Bahama Terrace. A quality retirement : per Quality Work GuaranteedAT
work and hours to suit your len Key-Lime Park. Ocean Brec/.e, home. 2 bedroom I Terms: 1/3 cash, balance PARKOwn.r
for Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 louschold schedule representing Jensen Beach. 1-16 ((68)) bath CBS living gage.! W. E. Walsh 706 7-3584 Monterey Road "
large carpeted WPB EXCH.
Write --- ----- tf ((171)) (44-0978
I Wanted To Buy '.Mbc.) 81-181 Avon. Avon Mjnngcr. P.O. Miami
Building. Florida. ...
15-FT. Spartan aluminum hou'IC room. Built-in Formica kitchen, Or four BROKER (It ((190))
Box 2427 Vero Beach Fla.
84-184 1-16 ((43)) trailer. A-I condition. $2500 large inside utility room with 30by -
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 with good terms Del Mar Realty 12 screened porch. All on FOR Sale: Three FOR YOUR LOVED ONES

Real Ektat Wanted( 96-196ROOMS BEAUTICIAN\ wanted for year Hone Sound 546-5295 J-23J68)( ) beautifully landscaped corner lot. house parlly furnished. 1 MARBLE GRANITEOR
in -- Just be seen to appreciate: For
'round work. Call person,
from School.
new High
Salon of Beauty, or telephone 287 ST<)RTFTsHERMA"N: 30' custom information or appointment callAT Williams Swimming Pool. BRONZE For Sale. The
I 35 built Bradley 1958 solid Honduras 73359. tf ((90)
R RE 0536. ---_ _ tf ((43)- ) Mahogany construction for quick sale $13,500 MARKERS

COUPLE to help part time with throughout, twin 150 h.p. Grays ATTRACTIVE NEW 2 bedroom offer. Call 287-5462. ( ) The Symbol of Your LOT Ideal HOME
FOR RENT In private house and yard work in e,- flying bridge controls, Lee outriggers home. Central heat modern WONDERFUL investment. Whether
home. Also garage for rent. 619 change for apartment and small twin heads, twin fighting kitchen. Choice BAHAMA TERRACE ment house. Four 3-room App.v.d' you want a monument
,E. Fifth: St., Stuart. Telephone AT income Year 'round only. Phone chairs, all moncl tanks and shafts, location. A good value at completely furnished. FLEETS INN headstone or simple, dignified

7-1756. tf ((35)) 87-2657.. 1-16 ((43)) completely equipped. Wonderful 1 $14.500. R. H. Lear, Owner, AT dition. Rooms large. In '. Luxury Waterfront marker we will design it in imperishable 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths ,i
deep sea boat. Very Fast. A bargain I 0635.) tf ((90)EXCELlENT $20,000. Del Mar Realty, atone as the symbol
BEAUTIFUL twin WHITE male, 21 or older, with ) APARTMENT MOTEL of love for dear S Central
rooms WHit at $5,750.00.( ( Seen by appoint. retired Port Salerno call -' your a one. Heat
beds. New home. Semi and pri. service station experience. Contact iicnt. Kuck 287-1849. 1.16 ((68)) buy couple. Jensen Beach Florida
tate bath Cooking privileges. Ed Williams at Bill Greene ---- ----- _._- Rio-Jensen Beach. One bedroom ( ) Funny 01.! a Bnfroam A.>rtnunt.. Stuart Services S Large Screen Porch:
Chevrolet. 1-16 ((43) MORIIF) home 1959 Detroitcr. bath, furnished CBS car .. Vl Mil from "s.... L.nord',
!Plenty of parking. Call Mrs. Day ) -'* ss IIL fnmmin Outrlffrr RMtnurnnt.Convenient Kenneth S. Stlmmell
2 bedroom 10x45. Price $2.150 port. utility. $7,500.) Excellent to Brlili. Fl.tilno, CollCouran Spacious Living Room
,287-2589. tf ((35))) L C&4 J III MIIIIJ.ba.Employment FOR RENT
for quick sale. See Don Wniie terms. 287-2902 Write Box P. Mid rl W.t.rw.y.isht on tho Intraiuuu) Boa 1407 AT 7-1477 or -3201

BEAUTIFUL 3-room modern Wanted 48 Skyline Trailer Court, Jensen Stuart News. 1.30 ((90) Swimming i Pool t ( C 10-fl. Sliding/ Doors to Patio

apartment. Cathedral ceilings, ...... ...."'" tench. 1-16 ((68)) ----- ---- TV Included IN EACH UNIT Fenced :'
DEVELOPERS have Enclosed Back: Yard
your own
gliding glass doors, lots of stor- FIFTEEN] years small office bookkeeping F. .JII:: 1 .. subdivision. 267 acres of good PHONE 287-5566
"age furnished.Adults. tf ill) tfl11)I
space. Completely
Vlo I experience (Builder) Service Offered !Misc. 71 and with over 700'( U. S. 1 front- 4 Only $17,700
petAT 7-3477, tf ((35)) II ave letter of recommendation. Price 36045000. Terms OR -----
.AJI AA __ DIIC. ._ r-n
Part time or full time. Permanent
FURNISHED. : 2-bedroom cottage 41)) acres with 300' U. S. I front- I
esidcnt. AT 7-0570. tf ((48)) WISCONSIN Strattom IELP: WAN I ED 143
in !
Ocean Breeze Park. $50 per agc. See our sketch on this one $5,000 Down Balance 20Yr.
week. Phone 1-461-2.179. (I.5)TWO ) t. 1OF'IO Clinton and Lauson AIR Rowing 124 residential lots and ... < .. FIR
: COOLED ENGINES!; in stock and Mortgage.
SPECIAL NOTICES 55 one large tract on U. S. I. Price
Bedroom cottage for rent. parts and men who know how to $50.000.00.( ) ) Terms. Roland O. I
Bout dockage. Season' or yearly. "' ...A __ repair them. ULMER MOTORS"or" lueder, Realtor, 729 Colorado Unusual $112 per month Including

No children. Call AT 7-3408. Jack ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Ave., Stuart. M6 ((90)) TAXES AND INSURANCE
Hilton Route 2, Stuart 1-16 ((35)) meets at 8:30: p.m. every Wed. Dodge Dealer. tf ((71)) Opportunity 1"

eiday at the Community Church, XR) Sale: Completely furnished Nl5 ...'o.nl..h. .ar...In.. ..ttk.rlllKK
ONE bedroom house completely lenten Beach. For information HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor 2 bedroom house. High and ATLANTIC a ......*... 05 ,..u ..hd ....'p..e"' I Phone 287-2986
furnished. In Palm* City AT 7- Mower and Disc. Will clear tots norlil f.......... ..*>lvrnrnmlnlrnnnrr AT .
AT 73332. dry air-conditioning, wa- 7-2341
hone tf (55)) awnings ...
.ro. '"" n. Tnr- tf
2137. (190)
cut trees. Fence and pilingsfor I tin( )
_i-tft. (J5)) posts ten softener. Many extras $9,500. APARTMENTS n,. In bin flr.l mil 5..u rnmritntrr
--- WANT the best price for your car? sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT Call_ 2874494. H690)( ) .ter l.lit"'::lO.'repent"".. HUH....,Iti'Iy.p.,4......... i.n ?.. ,
Call Ralph r Bates at 2871214. 71401. If ((71)BETTE'R ) vat BART OCR 1 evrliinlve- offooMilnterf. "product' pew- .......-. .:: .x.'._ --s'5- )
Merkle Motors Inc. tf ((55)) FOR Sate. High wooded lotl 100 STUART FLORIDABOirtBKKKIISiO SI!. ...-......,..J.... MnMCerlnl..erlenre' Building by Bishopre.- 300) canal in North River men.,..e .
by on p..t..5. ..,. ". .hI.a.. "..,
WADS VANT to get in shape? Athletic pairing and remodeling. Will I Shores. Joe Pen nod, Bat' 242 Stu. a noons' BSTIIavrrt.R ...1..10. ...l ...-......... ... "'"' .JSSR _,jaooe pSTT TSZKISK".'w ... '
.,.... ,.. .... ..
hur. Iii.s.d
hull I I d complete home on .oAnn p5 hh -
formed in Stu. cnt
club: now being your ,rt. AT 7-3661.' 1-30 ((90)) %emlfleil winter ......,n.. II....
art. Must be over 21 men only.An'one h ot. Terms can he arranged. Free --- MaAsox.snl.lx R ITEa as ..k. e... of nil (InnnrlnK.klpiln .
r'timllteAT 7-5840. tf ((71)J) COI.ORFUL SunsetsYou will TV LOt'NG.ahs .... eollertlnn> .. .'.....
C DO THE JGB! interested In helping form ...,
( ( life I.S.
this club write Box "B" c/o Stuart -- .- --- enjoy them in this 2 bedroom ... ,. .......a *r bencflln.... nnle. Inelnde. S-.....roe. \S rite onllilntedl -- YOUR INCOME TAX PREPAREDBY .. .
FENCING all Free esti .. VnrnUn' ..
"t for
types. > *
.. slews or phone AT 7.3676 after mate. Call Lawton Wall AT 7. 1 Vi bath waterfront home on wideSt. W. T. FACET Mgr. ..... us.. Hlilc* < ........1. Ohio.I .
p.m. 1-16 ((55)) Lucie Completely furnishod. -Id (U.I)
__ 1401. Terms can be arranged. Oil heat 2 air conditioners 3 lawn OKI AT '-*TM tf -

CARPETS clean: easier with the tf ((71)) lowers, freezer, washing machine ........"""" aitsv" ..-' '. eva. 5'mase'Ij I i

Blue Lustre Electric Shampooeronly RAY COOKE'S Tank Scrv- city water but no City taxes. Many
$1 per day. Hartman-Leigh- Septic other extras $24.750 $5.000 EXPECTING COMPANY? TAX

ton Furniture. 1.16 ((55)) drain ice. Cleaning fields repaired and repairing.and re-laid.Also! ash will handle. M. P. Nelson WONDER HFRE YOU'RE GOING TO BED TIIEM DOWN? JOII"'I LYNCH! I CONSULTANT

ELECTROLUX CORP. Oppor. Dial AT 7-0651) 1 AT 7-9862. tf(71)( 566.Realtor 325 & Ocean Blvd.1.16 287-(90)) Call us said] stop worrying!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere : _

turn'ty for the right man to dou. ( that will iurptpa all but your own .
NOW AVAILABLE life insurance
present earnings 0-90. No I COME Property CALL MARIE KIRK MANAGERNow
Clark AT 70143. tf ((55)) ages. physicalnecsisry fice I In the heart of Stuart. Receive the Maximum Deductions Allowed by Law
Call 2872594. tf ((71)) Available for Your SlerpJif Comfort!
L ,,- Across from school. One duplex. OFFlCEi I INDIAN RIVER
J -- ---- U !ill Our Beds. DRIVE, Route 707 JENSEN BCH.
Niagara Cyclo-MnMage a
WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE both rented. One two bedroom _
/ Ocean
ATlantic 7.1550 Opposite Breeze Park
Dial BALANCING with Bear Equipment house!. One cottant rented. Plenty
.. ,"__ .1 1 4..... by trained mechanic will pay of room to build ,m the front. Will Southwind Motel Residenc Pbonei Office Phones

and ;ask for the 957 Ford. 4-door hardtop. Ra for itself in tire wear. W* have the sell all or will split and sell duplex AT 7.2534 AT 7-0997 '
din heater, white walls and power equipment and men. Your friendly separately or (Mil frontage u.s. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 287-0773
steering automatic V-8. Call AT Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS eparately\ 1 150'xSO' deep. Phone 'I' s&s. tf ItS)) Daily: 9 'til 5:30: p.m., Sun. 2.4 p.m. tf (171))

4._ Wast Ad 1akcz: 0904 after 4 p.m. 1.16 ((58)) or Dial AT 7-3355. tf (71)) owner 287-5055, 1-16 (90))

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'1. JOSEPH CHLRai: \ :ITF vXGIVFi ,, ,:' ), .. ,, 16 1964 7-B
EMBFR ( 1 U *Rr I \1 ,1 I II" L"I" .1. '1,1"II' d \1"1"" ,1 .11 1 11'1 flU Ml \R1 F1orld.il( 'iFrhlltday. January
[ Estate For Sale 90 Frs PI\Il' DVIF cot,n to.36o a___ ___________________________ ,
UK I lulil& LollK.ti.il:! in the state Ihed ': ,((1 I\ (HII ',11'''tS bl m I 1"+w)
St Joseph (Catholic Church win I The ( itof Stuart received $9,- was:! (1,99114/ M of this amount, ? -
MAKE Mone\ Here! S c \' e r a 11 t 1 hold its annual picnic on the 9U4I: the Town of Ocean Breerc <84' I02W: went to the Stale Real rotate For Sale 190 RF\1 FS1 VIT FOR SALE 190
loti Park \l 7 ll,ftn and the Town of General Revenue Fund.. and $', ...
building' in Slvpm.inn Suhkluision church grounds on Sunday, Jan. .. a ..14.'f 'lor' a ,a d.ere.' .- _.4
1 'I lint off Ocean Blvd: Near Jupiter Wand, SIM I .2'. from cigarette O W2MI71:! ( was distributed to .....
[schools hospital, churches \II.\ 26, from II am to 4 pjn. Barbecued I tax collections the month qualified municipalities
Ihrarv Owner want sell chicken beans and slaw --- .
fast t.Pricc ..
r iWM SNaYr.2REAL -
% from *I 000( per lot Terms will be on .the..menu. LIKE WATERFRONT LIFE?
|Buy now and build later or buy ... aawv" --,0.4- I ESTATE FOR SUE 199 C. B.
Ifor investment Nf P. Nelson, I Real Edits For Sale 90TWO 1 J .vwrw IWI_ I se
Realtor, U< F, Ocean BlvJ. S7. ,
hSi'f' I Mh ((90)( 0.N..41. Then these choke: waterfront budding kite are for toil.. I Pith' and
-. ,- Bedroom, ''i acre. fruit FOR SALE3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEE watch the bout go by on Intnuoustut waterway. Ready to buildon ESTABLISHED 1925
BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER: trees EPcloeedgarden.! Alt conditioned 100( ft. ilrert.' water basin for 252 Osceola Avenue
frontage on pitted tour Stuart AT 70440PROFESSION
| CBS 2 bedroom I tM bath horn, Off SVyftne Drive lessen !- -
I Full riparian tight. This home Bench $I O.JOO? furnished (un- Matt Short distance to Inlet :\/ \L EXCHVNGE BUILDINGOur
|h exquisitely furnished and decor- I furnished) Tel, 287-1619. It (9)( )))
luted. Wall to well rugs!, :2! reverse Only 490000. Terms nibble
cycle air conditioners. Citrus trees WATtRFRONT lotsT |XhMO-( I
|A complete' and comfortable home high and dry -on beautiful RIVER FRONTAGE jest Rtiy
I just right as it It, $2700000( ( ? Rol- Horseshoe Point. $ .BJ( Terms
land O Lued kr. Realtor, 729 Colo Del Mar Realty AI A. Port Si- HOYT C. MURPHY
irndo Ave.. Stuart. I I-Ill( ((90) lerno Call.2117- q.5.5. l-lfi ((90)
---- ---- -
TWO-story frame-dwelling; of Florida C ONCRETE block warehouse I I REALTOR ;
I pine 5 rooms and hath 1220 sq ft. located on main FoR
INFORMITION- Write to South AlA Jensen Reach VP
I Must be moved! tlOO( Phone 287. highway. Office space enclosed 7.llmI' the South Fork St. Liieic River
'''' on ,
12657 1-16(90)( ) and air; conditioned. Toilet facilities VINCE NELSONBOX
Well and electric pump Pre
JENSEN Beach, :2 bedroom. I ent income from tenants $12500 4'' Acres
I bath CBS, nil electric, large per month SI1.0 0.00. Terms. 122 JUPITER, FLA
Icarportc and utility $9990( AT Roland G Lueder Realtor 729 PRINCIPALS ONLY ONLY $6.500( ) ONLY
17-2287. \.If| | ) Colorado Ave, Stuart, 1-16(90))
((90)) ( ) II (lro)
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Services' Offered, Mine. 171
I t3Srw "" l .l. i 0"lest linyIT

I IMISVI: 11 \rrl N OFT Nr. \\ I. have a home so fully

Income Tax Returns IDFVI for a dirge fondly, 4 BK home. with S lures of ground. plI'kl'llIth guest living, In II nlre roniniiinifv. Btimtifully
Prepared Die, St. I.uile River In a protected coca this 2 bedroom 1 1 Ihit' house has hern newly painted Inside mid out and IN ready landscaped 522,51)1)'Three! ) ) Bedroom. I10 I Rat In, SpailIMII '-
bath, (large using room and solarium den home ran be purchased In move Into. Good garden ground ("111I be handled with $1,001)) living Dining Areas with. Sliding Class; Door lit Putin
Iy now for $18,500.00! with tern' liulnilcs dunk, patio and sprinkler or $1,500 1 ) down, $95.00 per month. lolnl' price $13,50000.) mid Screened Perch Central I 1I.'ut |This Is a "must to tee
system \'oii. will be pleased loo.TIIRIiH .
ON HIE. 'IOP OP 'I'llI11I1.1.: ., thin 3 hrdroom home com-
mantis 1II'IIIItlflliIt'w nf the liuliun hour from riMini
a every
JOHN L. MERRILLTAX GOLF COURSE LOTA In the hOl"t.'t'ry large living room !kitchen wllh. Mote and, NMW MODIJL 1IOMHS I
refrigerator, two lovely tile nnlhs, 1,500! ( eq. ft. of ,hnirment area

CONSULTANTEnrolled beauty )inn ft. im Indian VrVniie, )100 fl. on (the Roll course View" of the river from the loner level $24,50000.! (( lerms, I in North Rifer Shores

Full Price $1,25000.! 2 BHROO\IS, plus a lorlilu room In tliN to/y IHMIIC. Nice
resldrntlul area. S9,7 0.1I0.) term. All Waterfront Lots I
To Practice Before The Internal Revenue Service
i ACREAGE BARGAIN IIIKFK BEDROOM: IIOMF, kitchen wllh ""lit-In oven and All Three Bedroom Two Baths i
I rangtlop, ttrra/fn floors gas' heal, tilt bulli wllh tub and shower
Comer !5lh and Broad Telephone T/i acres on 4 lane highway, hurl 165 ft. frontage on U.S. 1 and II large utility room and carport Mm DOWN \tMIN: .
Ocean Breeze Park Open for InspectionFor
goes thru to \1\ with 330 ft. frrintage. Owner sujs! sell now for 1190000.

Jensen Beach 287.249413 urn 1150000. I 2 BIDROOM. CBS HOMP, tile bulb llorl.la' roans 'lite I large
70 x 106 lot hat IS citrus tree $7,00000 total prlie
Rent I II
M.-" _"""" .,,,,.",'VC'W.aJli.l;::; 41.J::...... ..- I INCOME PROPERTY 'I I wit j Bedroom Unfurnished' $75.00 per month

RFAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 TAYLORASHLEYREAL Iwd Bedroom rimilslttd $10 I ).00() per month

... """""3Jp' '''S'Tpl' ''WfW':!! l ''''''' __ J'''XV><..,.r ... FICHE ILRNIMIrl efficiency apartment, all' with MTmi-
ed porchro, U.S. No. I location. VI,00000.. IITIIIS.IIVE ,
ESTATEJim In one Nidi of fhK efficiency, IItlte other. side make
the payments for yon. Vrv nlily furnished. duplex, air tonililloned NORTH RIVER FOREST
and panel I hl'lIt'I"w of the river (1,50000.( !! RIVER JUDGE


630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE:\/ AT 7.2440I A \ of the Indian River front this large| lot $4,25000.! I .l0 "Iva,
I II ((190))
RUS1NISSIOI I I' 100 foot on AIL $4.20000.

2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, CBS Home U.S. IIK.IHV; \' !NO. I, 200))) ft. of husrnev.. properly. with s.veral -
Brand New -I (US lunldinns. I xtdknt: location. on 4 hint) MuliwayIRI.SIIWAIrH .

Fisherman's DelightBuild II I I "HSIIIH:"<0 ; | your fruit door Aiiro\linalil| | R. V. Johnson

$$15,500. Terms Too! I I 6 acres with deep| fishing water.' U. oo.no.

'r.. .. .. .... ... ....., I REALTO
on this king sl/ed lot 112' x US' flvvalion) 25' -
the St. I.nile Inlet Bout $2,90! W. J. WEISS Realtor
Close to ramp privilege FIRST FEDERAL 1JLDG ((8
Main Business Corner Cash or 'terms' to emit.Exclusive. AT 7-3366

Colorado and 7th US. 1 I. Boo: 667 Dial 2H7-353S
Port SewallWaterfront
j Jensen Beach, 1 Fin. J HOMES'
113' x 560',1Vi11 Sell For $73,000or L 110 sine,

lot 120' x 400'( Overlooking beautiful West' JFNSEN: : 2 IIHKMM; like new "ondill" <,in. Nicely'
Will Build to Suit Tenant Lake from 30' elevation (lose to Inlet Reasonably prked lundstaped 2 utility rooms, CBS roiiNlrui'lion, (.11" heat', Awn"
for quick sale. lunge, 'IhlN home U priced right at $1 1,900.(

LOCKHART ,tttefttTlfFNPIUSIVSM f;(>l.1)1:N C;,\'I V. 2 rtfDROOM I Rath. I urge Ha. "boom
Included are 3 extra l Irate< for only $15,00000.)
$100 PER FOOT Fishing CampSouth '''*h" I"r'" : Oti'd.rotlol' { I., :y M" "
IINSrN: : t 2 IUDKOOM and I 1 bedroom cottage,
Hutchinson Island ivm lurnlshed. Good rental' location' for only $10,90000/

Fork Opportunity In growing by LEAPS AND BOUNDS to live 2 B1DROOM: I bath. plus 2 collages all furnished Very
200' 800' AvailableA five minute
to In the beautiful Town of Sewall'n Point only Imallon. Priced at' $17,00000.)
Fishing"' camp Including restaurant, .6. efficiencies, 7 boats, main l to the beat'he* and Inlet only five minute to the golf
road frontage and 40(1'() waterfront on Smith Fork Room for course and town. Between the St. I.in It River and the Indian NORIII RIVER SIIORrt: -VValerfront' ', 2 bedrmmi- ceramic
BEAUTIFUL LOT! expansion Must he told Asking 65000. River, high( tk-vallon. on your way 'to the ()(elln. A* Mr. klp- bath, Urn ll lng rmiin, ImliMed: poftb, : Boat slip| C'entrul heal
linger predhti, the choke restdvnllul area of Stuart lei u* and air cnndlllonliiK. htra large( lot, all for only 4950000.

I slaw you .
Wooded and High. 100' x 180'. Paved Investment or DevelopmentBest INCOME PROPERTY
1. .SFnilNfl' AN ESTATE, 3 bedroom. 2 bath ( BS home.
Street and Located right on Bessey Creek All electric. Almost new. In a btaiitlful, nmldrnllal mibdlvlslon. PORT "U RNP- bedroom home plus 4 rt'ntlllllnl..*. Large

1 $5,000. Buy on Hutchinson Island "" 'fl'fl'll. $20,900. corner lot $25,000.00.) )

I 600' ocean front between the bridges, include 1,200' of AlA 2. CUSTOM BUILT IIOMF, 2 bedroom, m ballw. ('ornrrc 8 UNI II IS 4-2 bedroom 4-1 bedroom All imiu fatbift
Mulnu In using room, neconilng( grill on screened conditioned' best, of locution and all are
frontage and approximately 1,600' on 'the Indian River. Total < | water, heat and air very
$$8,000 Dining' rlNlnl. Breakfast area In all electric kid/ hen.Oaracr. .
depth of trail approximately 1,600'. Oren front zoned fur path / In Ilkt new contlltkn.J .
furnished Including washer. dryer and
commercial, hotels and motels, and other hide for and : C'ompletily
duplex IIOUSW PLUS 1 IX I'RlOT 2-2 bedroom I-I 1 bed-
2 Bedroom Frame Home Furnished and residential. Buy 100' up to 600. Only $245 per foot M measured I T.V. Immediate occupancy. $24,500. riMim. 1 hew rental unit arc In a nice locatktn and .are on yearly

Close in. Easy Terms. along the otcan. 3. BEAUTIFUL ST. IUCIK RIVFRIRONF JOn( half acre. rental ba...l' located on Riverside l>rIt,. Priced at $20,650.00.
.:'' lllKh eteratlon. $13,000.

4. A !MOST BFALTIIKLT, secluded hkleaway hornet 2 bedroom WATERFRONT LOTS

M. P. NELSONREALTOR *, 2 hath, dram ut new One acre on deep water. Per- 100 NEAR NEW IIK.II SdKMtl L $4,000.0085'xl75'j
lion 0Kell fed guest boll..*.. $35,000.
!J IIICII HRVAIIOV: So Jensen, on .river $7,600.00
5. 3 BIDROOM, 2 B\TII CBS IIOMF:, 4 year old. Bulk'
and Compcny headed dock. Complete banement. Immediate occupancy. 100'270' NO. RIVER SIIORKS $7,000.00
900 Colorado Are, (across from let National Bank) 29500.
P.O. Box 1281 STUART, f UJRIOPhllll' 287.356&<

I DON O'KFLLY or BOB WILLIAMS i-lt (190)I with deep water, mooring on lagoon, right at Inlet $29,500. Franchises for
Beach $10,000
Martin and Palm County.
fractions of It* real worth. (1+eskal, country charm gracl-
I oils living all convenience 325 front feet on deep Stf will handle.
I .m-le. River; three acre Dock accommodate large bn....
c. O. RAINEY Realtor 6 bedrmim, 3'/i' Moths, balcimlrd, living room, dining room, RESTAURANT AND SUNDRY wen

music room, patio bar and grill, billiard room, library, office, location.
stocked good
II studio, large pantry and kMrhrn. Workshop ilorrrmim, 2: very

CONDOMINIUM 1 ACREAGE I WATERFRONT LOTS car garage. Complete bawmenf. Central heat and lilt tondilhmlnc. JENSEN Small business for sale. Good
$75,000. Write for brochure:
Waterfront Site JO' ACRE TRACT I. MJUlli JORK-Ahout Hi miles from R. LARGE IIOMKMIIS: IV UCINDIt. (the former Carnegie
Kwlk.('hek' Bottt basin. II already In fjitale: ) and HIGH POINT (at the tip end of Sewall'i Point) ACREAGE
SUITABLE FOR APARTMESTS ADJOINS PAUl my eke sloping foe lot your Louse all at "kaxt 1/3 acre. of high| land with beautiful, tree
OR CONDO'eIINIUII FRONTAGE:\/ OS STATE ROAD 714 Oren 100' usable frontage peke Price range from $3,800 to $13,000 for waterfront on the SEVERAL: CHOICfc HiCIS tO CltoOSE FROM
MOUL $5,000.00. I SI. Luck River Pfpoi for city water being laldLnow.If .
WITH SL7ERd VIEW 2. NEAR THE NUT Not maey kit you are out of town, write for our area map" and Newtktttr j
LESS llL\S I MII.E CITY U\flts 11111; AND DRY AND CLEARFn Lot k 165' In width with OVER 200' Lmkhart Realty, Sewall'a Point Sense Beach Florid.
PRICE' AND TERMS on water. Ana 01 floe It tn... Priced
SHORN BY APPOhIISIF7VT: under SIOO.OO per front looe. Call be I It JohnsonREALTOR

AT 73366eal
SMART, noRmA As oCIATJ mmta 1d1dnr u old) tam ((1'8)
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., ''I'm: STUART (n....) NTWI! 1'11II""IIY. January 16.( 1964.. Plants Can Now Florida Gulf Costs, TxpenmentSlalion the Gulf Coast t Experiment Sta- -- .: -. ,
at Bradinlon relates thai These: studies! indicate that
Most of Chile's 600,000: persons .1 More than 3.000 Bibles reported!I Thrive on Pills fertilizer, manuf.ulurerh..vc: developed j"1 hcavil)Boated materials may 4d' '
are European stock-mostly lost when Hurricane Carla
te hnl'luelor coating
I oatcd! IcrtiliieTs. similar : of great value to Florida
If / Spanish-with a mixture of[ Louisiana and! Texas in 1961 have principle granules o f morjutnie fertilizers grow-
canian Indian Only 4 per Arllu-1 I, been replaced by the American to coated pills may be the which regulate the availability of rrs especially: those in pottedplantproduction.
f pure Indiana I| Bible Society answer to !tome of your garden the fertilizer to the plant I i
1 By using the fertilizers,
.. new
farm fertilizer and! field!
r -' .. "-...... ...... ..-..'.. -. -- -- --, -. w- --"" greenhouse, or problems penmefl\Laboratory with(greenhouse coated! fertilizerson : growers may be able to increase 55. I
Ilhe efficiency of the fertilizer and
REAL ESTA1E FOR SALE 190 Dr W p Waters' assistant i ornamental 1 plants have been reduce the number of I
.. ., ticulturist t with the i yooj conducted for the past two years 1 application
'N ".j. < ******ya"ary( VRIVERFRONT .warG.rAM a \r1 '. -- ---- -------. I Soil moisture enters and! swells'I
--- -- ------- -- -- -- -
m n [ """ 11II....._ _. the coated granules allowing the 1
ESTATE Rl'AI FSTA1I, I OR SALE 190 nutrients to diffuse out into the
soil The rate of fertilizer release
depends upon the thickness of the
coating soil moisture and temperature

WATERFRONT HOME $13,900.00 The fertilizer elements may be
released! within two weeks from
200 Ft. Frontage! on Beautiful i lightly-coaled granules whereas H
Broad St. Lucie River Brand new (BS 3 BR. I'/j Bath Home on 100' waterfront Lot four to five months may be required s tl
hi {growing( area Carport, Utility Room, !large screened porch. I for hcavily.co.ileJ! ones I w { 1 1J
'hits won't Iwt"lROCKY:!! In his studies Dr. Waters has I
Within City Limits of Stuart found that excellent potted chrysanthemums I
POINT ESTATES LOTS j can be produced with
City Water only two to three applications of t, K a f (
Your own waterfront park on the Intraeoastal Waterway with the the heavily-coated fertiliserMORTGAGES. ; A '
An Original Florida Home beautiful St. I,u
Well Kept and Spacious corner. large 70' x 110' lots paved roads, excellent elevation. REAL ESTATE I'OR SALE 14H11 w v'
Priced al only $995 and up-terms of $25 down and $25 per ,'.!I'I! :X"'jJIIS' Ie' 1
Nice Guest Cottage month ......

Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. LAIU.r: CORNER: LOI Zoned for trailers. Sue 50' x 150'/ 4L.rur.urrrN '

Well Landscaped With put jour own trailer on lot rent to another trailer on wine ((9dnrvr "e '
loll Only $H75.iii .
Large Lawns and Many 25 YEAR TERMNEW THIS MILLETTIA PRAIMI: tree inh mi at its kind' In the united States; is situated! on the
I A\l: ) FMSTLNG roadside! to the rear ot Stuart Woman ( tub huiluing It has la\endci flowers
Beautiful Trees and Plants HOMES:
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Priced To Sell)) $$29,950.00See RALPH HARTMAN, JR. I C. R. Ashley, MIl Broker FCD Will 'gallon aeeess at I Taylor. Creek shore and Level D-4 on the north

( Real Estate and Insurance I Taylor Ashley Support R. R. (dick) Horner of Palm shore are authorized! portions of

Your Agent or Ilion 110 Lust: .Neeola' M., Phone AT '.460t) 630 COLORADO VENUE Death, governing board vice: chairman the Flood Control Protect, certain
Plan stated that the resolution also
AT Alignment
AT 7-2607. AT 7.3232 P.O. Box 896/ Stuart, Ilu. 74440of 11101) calls for studies to be nude to determine details of the proposed improvement
If ((190) I I. "IIA01' have not been resolved.
the economic feasibility yet
-- -- -- -- ------ -- For Lake LeveeResidents for water access at Lettuce Creek Scott noted (but the boards! unanimous
,and! al another location between action in supporting residents -
I of Okcechobcc and St. I Lude C unal I and! Martin County ol the two counties cams
FOR SALE i Martin Counties, interested in the I Linu. about after several meetings with
SAVE UP TO 45 % new dikes and other improvements However the board resolution I local interests in the area andfurther
the staff Scott
: study by
I to be built on the northeast shore noted that the hoard i is not able '
stressed that the district and
of Lake Okecchobec, had good I to support the request lor a navigation I
rCldcnlof the two counties will
news this week when they were access ut Eagle lay as a
I be hand hand
working in in an
6 LOTS assured by the Governing Boardof navigation access at this location I
effort the wishes of
I to out
the Central and Southern Florida docs not exist now and cannot be carry
residents well those of
Ilhe as as
PRICED Flood Control District!\ that obtained! or provided by any funds
the members.
their alignment plan for the lakeshore available to the project. governing
levee will be fully supportedby \V R. Scott, board in ember I
To classification
40x135 ft. fronting north on permit !l by computer
the district.
from Stuart stressed that while numbers may be used instead .
FOR QUICK 17lh St. adjoining Asic Hopkins Local interests have requestedthat both Levee 47 on the northeast of Latin names for plants
the alignment of Levee 47
property Nice building!! sites i iI be moved westward from a pres.end .
I t preliminary plan I to a locutom .w.wI
on State-owned lands immediately I
CASH SALE i lukeward of the shoreline of the I
Pricei lake
Riley S. Miles of Kissimmce.
board! chairman of the eighteen- I
county FCD staled that the board
has unanimously adopted a resolution -
$2,750You assuring, local interests that
the FCD will; fully support theirrecommendations
to have the
levee located on State-owned lands. 1
tan save $250.00 if you I and further promised to support I
a plan to maintain existing navi-,,
contact the below IK fore. Icb. I

: 1st. JANUARY 1 .

1 ..,.
ar 0 rI C. LEON

( ) FABER Pants$$1.00- Skirts REWARDFEMALE

2610 N.W. 23RII. AVENUE: POINTER "Rosebud"Due

MIAMI 42, ILORIDYI Tops$2.00Dresses $
to have pups uroiind J.iniiary 20lh. $25.00( for Information
I 1.11. ((110))
-I I II $$5.00FRERE'S leiidiiiK!! li. the rcu>vcr.\ or $50.00 for Information leading! to I

I On the breezy western shore of the Architectural and complete custom return of dog und arrest mid coiivlilion of person. unlawfully

: St. Lucie River building and professional landscaping taking Ibis dog./ lust sun noon I Friday, January 10th near U.S. I
Maternity Wear 1 gale lu North River !Shores. Cull Dun I'agcn, Box I 111 1.
Deluxe waterfront hoincsitcs service available if desired to those FAMILYLIVING 1303 ORANGE AVENUE: ) :
287-1169 287-0878
building their own FORT PIERCE, 11.OHM),V or

100 ft. wide yacht baslI1s-heavy con. I

crcte bulkheads on all basins .
Conceived and I
developed expressly The Specialty of

Wide paved streets underground for luxurious waterfront living at its

phone and electric lead-ins wonderful best all who love boats SAM 1 RHODES We like our customers to I

f Complete protection is assured by and the water will' love Gull I larbor's ConstructionINC. RIDE IN STYLE! '

thoughtful zoning- 1,200 sq. ft. mini special attractions -

mum enclosed living! space-all plans .

subject to approval of developers Cross state waterway convenient Come DiltTODAY

single family homes only to ocean inlet and ocean beaches

To Sec The 4._.


100-1 I'ood 'Iand
3 Iron la geach 2 L

6,850 ONLY 1,950each A Colonial/ / Styled it's so easy with 4

3 HUN BU>RooMS !
low bank financing ,
1 B.\illS (fIlLED: ) 'K"
1: ,:.. .
So many handsome! automobiles on the road"today
Sample Open Each ," ,
-. -' it's hurd to make a decision! But when you
PRICED FROM $4,750 to Day C
$5,500i decide on four Car tell your dealer you are phoning

i inLegion the Bank of Stuart to finance it. You can come "

ONLY 17 LOTS LEFT- HURRYIi HeightsJensen to Bank of Stuart before you make your choice -'..... .

and! have the financing pre-arranged We're glad '
Beach la do,it. Just talk to one of our loan otficere.inxua \ ,: .

> C. B. ARBOGAST I I SAM$12,500.00 RHODES t, BANK OF ('' ,

Realtor l'stablislletl1925 Construction ma STUARTTHE


f, FRat 1.sMON.\L: EXCHANGE BUILDING: P.O. Box: 824 i

I PUlL BAKER Safe Manager I
1.11 toot I I It IMl) ;aYk


__.,wgyyyw+rvYl_...'It I+II.'' :r1,3St S4.1s.ss..a.i's..SA"n 'l'l'A.'I', a SS44.4' a4 aal.aa.. a/aa. 1. .__ f 1R

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till' till tltl \111 Janitors I i ia ir
Culture Illaiid/l w/ : 16:196)

r. .. SF '
Course at IRJC + 'I

... .
Starts Jan. 21A ) '
,. 110""II : .

new course in the Principles t// .

ol <'ItmCulture (An :205)! ) has : ...\
been added to the agriculture f. -1."
curriculum at Indian River Junior ; .

College. It will be taught by agri \ : Jt: .
culture instructor Ed Raikcs, who :" ....... '.wi-
hold a master's degree in agriculture .. .,
from the .c' .
University of Tennessee 'r
I ;
The course has been designedto I .

familiarize students with the .. 1l 4'; 4
.. t5ti : i*
basic terms, principles and pro 1" '"
: .
grain of citrus culture and to provide .\ .it' ,
a background for advanced .. :"-
work in the citrus area. It will coyer :.. -- y
such t topics: as propagation; climate ""' .... _. .._ .
and soil planting fertilizing, w JI"".::"' ..... ...
and maintenance t' ... c .. ..
spraying t t. ;. .. .
The course will meet Tucsdav '". ,
evenings from 7 to 9 at the coll.gc '.. .,. t .. _, 'i" .: 7.'
I and from 3 to 5 on Thursday r I
for field work. It is a three-hour ,. li'A ,
college/ credit course It will com -
mence on Jin :21!I at 7 pm Students .. .'\tI ,;t p 1 :

may register at the college ri' ', .. ....
prior to Jan :21! I at 4:30: p.m. Fees : '
for part-time students are $2:!* 't "fA\f j
Anyone desiring further mfornia 'ttll : ,I (
lion may call the re itrllroffice HUM( IS SPRAY*.I) ON MRKkXCr Or VIM MINIl'ROVS III! Fk,I IKUks ?& .
LA .t .
at the: college ((464-2UOO( ) u. .. ,
Aviation :luthoiities Investigate Sensational .1 Icttdent !Skit ION'S (IRKHNXS IKVITII) tmR Illl- \\Rlt'h..ua.
Six of the worlds seven lifeOIKS

/the fqimtor ranging to from the Poles conditions are rep of I Two Pilots Died in Plane-Truck Crash \ItI'IIIN. .. I I. ROW. R' wig ( ,uilu ( '1.1.I I I..h'III,. I the !I More than $ ,700.0IHIIIII', "?
reenledilhin a radius of fills III (;.INS II Suit| I IKUMM.M I .
miles from the heart of the Grand |Iho'' I Rig ris eighteen, sninl :?uur:;" ; ;wcrk' : hunuig'h;:::ini\'I, iii'mil""'nudes: mt.iiii/1'nasalIi.itatnni :;: ::- I I Ii ed over lo I Ihe U S I 11'1'.1'11"i I 'I I

Canon) the )Nation; Geographic ., ,, u.ii bthe (,lovernmenl, I'mtl'\' :
I \II iiul Mis I d Iii ,1,1 I Rig.i | ".n. ".1111 u'hq'i | itinimi' a i n Juunners
saysOnly zone missing is I h c As Railroad Blocked Plane's Debris i i is ,..1 I Rrulr, I I. Slim I has KmbiM. I1l1hl.lI.JIIII lust' aiJuid Oll,ie. horn the sales ol nuhliIIDIIS
Tropic. : by .. II IMij, : "u llu Niid,' lion I 111'\1' ,.1 l

. . -
nlnre I ol. one motor ot the two .. '.a'w'wMrwar. -,,{,;':''< '' '' ;O\ -.< .'r' ...".,.., .,4 .,

Truck Driver engine! .u,,ill shortl aft, its lakeoff """ .'..... ..".-.", -. ....'. .--. ......-.. "."rf.JJ :.&-: ''tI.ojj(''''
Home Loan Talksby lor ,Htri! I 1.llIderdaleU' >bscre'il '" J.M I
:" .' IA ... 7.
hI spcclitors al the held' ; -., -- Let Beauty
Skelton Is in ...., -
don her oldJust I who sail hit( n ipparcnlK hud

tlilliciill\, gelling! into the ur using|
Here ilxnil 1.000( ) feet ol the run.w.,i\ r
Hospital ,before, it rose instead of the I I. (o)Kl Go to Your
'feel take lilt for this
customary on
A CIvil icron.IlIlI""ourd and
(d (ik o type t of plane when not laden with
IMe I : Federal Aviation Authority teem I
h ph probing the sensational accident i the p.lcngerOraglndlly. southwest line beaded with Martin HI' ss Plead.
f broso a show I which occurred here it 11:2(1::!( last on a I .
C ounly Fur Grounds. it veered .
I Thursd ly morning when two pilots ...
to the west the left winy! dipped
t'IDPl kS lost their lives in an airplanetruck
one engine sputtered lo a slop and
O 'dVe crash
W2 the down wing struck three pnutrees
Their plane an eleven passenger i and was shorn off
de Haviland Dove lost altitude ontake I 1 Ij
I Ihe crippled plane then plowedinto "
-otf cr.lhe..l.inlo trees 1
I pine ;, a Honda Power Light Con. 1 r fk
and power lines just past the west
,boundary of Marlin County Air : puny pole i on the rfrl'l olAIA srrr
highway. the
I \ shearing
port struck a northbound truck ,
on AIA I driven by Vernon Skelton'' pole but leaving crowbars and fBeauty SaMrf
wires, intact and struck the truck
of Port Scwall and carried the I'
i vehicle into the ditch alongsidethe : being driven by Skcllon currying : -t :;lf."lfitMktUXSkKISIOIIIKSIN
it into the ditch alongside the railroad I
FEC Railway The airplane
,I wreckage; blocked ,both tracks. of I Nil l'ORF: Illl/ ('R 1 \MI the ,,1I".llel'' DellIVII.I"v., which "IIhel' her lea 1 hUhIII'hlll". \ ) I Open Monday %0...: (K'EAN HLVI

the railroad, caught fire and it was4pm I.ani.ir Howard of olden (Iule. I nn .its. usual "Man' ", ....Hllckel I'1.'l'lh.' .. s .lw"r.1. Mass In.IU"\h'" to 'Ij", YlIk 'tl 1 was .in disci
looking? O.K. I before the debris w a i s I who was driving ,behind Skcllon \..,ilu, iwm engincd pliiulohn Mil 1 LtHI'! thru Saturday I'llOM.!: ZIl7.4.15)
cleared I Iron the tiacks cod Furl Ruhcnstem. Port Salerno I
Dead were William E.. !Stalin I I who southbound. found !Skcl -
Jr.. twenty-five ot Concord, Ion I King In the ditch alongsidehis a i
N'I' Me\ \Vhortei ( M 1t olti
They love to talk H.. the co.pilot; and Russell, I truck and dragged him t o '
ciul I Irom Mi I I.onll. and J Jack Kenn EXCELLENT BUY ON ST. LUCIE
the wreckage of the RIVER
Wells, forty-unit, ol Summit N. I? i safety just aM i
I the pilot Martin was apparently I large airplane burst into Indie'I and lairs I Young! who mule upI I I I
at the controls ol the machine. I First equipment on the scent to I he I I'.A.A. pill of UK investigaling I

mortgage loans Skelton suffering broken ribs I light' the fire was a (irumniun team consented to removal' ol I
,. twit i truck from I the GrunnuulAircraft I :: :
and severe facial injuries is under !
: the wreckageiront: I the railiuud' '
I I treatment at Martin Memorial I Hospital i and Fnginccrmg Corporulion tracks at ghoul 4 p in to allow
Learn all you can about home where he was rushed inrmedi I Ii facility ut the airport' shortly '.
t-.r.I ( f Ire i'II h t trains to paw i
mortgage loans Learn in advance. i itely following!_the crash I'I I Department joined by Stuart tr u c k Volunteer s headed Fire by through I Ihe remains ol (the piloi I ;i a x "50'() upproxiinatcJy

Let First Federal Savings of Vero !Mayor Ray Cooke county ceuip-| ,, I and copilot I unt'ral II : were Home removed hmihii; 1 loJohns with(

of rent in charge of John F-ilanow- I Lurge l Boat{ Slip
Beach tell you about the terms I SEPTIC TANKS head. lance. A Uekhirdl ( onslruciion
: ski and Port Salerno I '
their home loans. (ompany dragline was used lo remove
CLEANED & RIPAIRf.DDRAIS ed ,by Chief Jack SdUndC, ",,".
; Hcilrooin
Sheriff Roy C Baker and deputies the wreckage\ I 3 -Hath Frame I louse

Some day, if not today you'll IIHDS REPAIRED with i assistance;; of Stuart :|Isr: I The charter airplane wu owned '
AM: RL-IAIU lice il. the Palm Reach Routd,A IA I hhe( National Kceulivcs I Flight Double Caratfclilcvcntli
be buying or building a home I intersection. blocked! off the area i Service of lloslon Miss of 1 which r

First Federal! can help bring that and quickly took charge of nldll1. I Josephhilney. Wcstvtexiel, Alas\ ? St. and' I'alincnto Ur.a .

Jay closer to you.TheyII Ray Cooke Septic taming order at the scene but is president. It had brought Mi\,
I despite the fact that the area was I and Mrs dcrald llolhronk' olJupiler '' on
Tank Service Island. to Stuart Iron, South *'" '''
lowest blocked otf a crowd\ of about 100 ar ,, : South Fork of the St. Lncic Itivcr
give you prevail PI ION: F AT 7-0651/ persons was grouped along the I ( arolma;, on edncsdas I

ing interest rate and! they'11 allow I OR A r 7-9862 railroad tracks watching ere VI ti In addition to shciriny ill I hiI I'aim City, Florida

>you to reduce! your total Interest fighting the stubborn gasoline! fire I londa Power & I iglit |ole the
--- --.1 plane severed a mutt ot omniumiralions : I just outside
\ costs by making, advance! payments
, "'IrcdlonUluc: UK lan
1. ut any time without penalty. mail. truck diruJ'ltll1t1Iock market I t"': Stuart Florida
I Union lines a I
the I londa Highway Patrol' idle
"Furthermore they'll give youa type mail and the' shenlls'" kk i il For and 10 to 3 Jan. 16 & 17.
feeling of security about your I LEROY JENKINS :type l line: :lo the south I Open Inspection Thursday Friday a.m. p.m.

home because they look into the

location of the property its value, q"\ i '.' "' :"
title etc This is for their own\ IIW<'I K. 011 rJ /
A Smoker Say" .
IMAMlAIIHWY ... .. ": .
protection but it also helps protect \ III.\-IIOSI( ) IILLII PRIM .. ; ''' 'I' .
t. IDI'.1: ,%- .
r : sIt t'
you In. RI\S IS NOW IN 1 _. PREVENT,. rc.nsr FiRE \\ "' !",Mlp N ,r : .
'. V
Ft. Pierce, Florida ) msisi I. 1\ ; ".. .i.arwIt' 'f(1".r., : '. ; AWiih.MM :

s..t... t-r Insure ... .. f'2, : .. 110. : ]
.. ... .,. w1ULS: ..
Federal s..t.
kr th n4 L I. 11,15' 01 I ; SihAkl .Mf-JtM" ',1'
... ...
> CorwrMloa You mar url t v I *
Urn ala .n, ....uat U4 add ..> LMUR: : OM; OK lilt; '" ,*>" I .
_..... M ..o tbwCopyrighted YIXICAN) : m, .1Gl/eii: ,1. .>" I..i"H/' t
t .
( 1963)) C.OSPtL 1LVTS \ HELP,, .. 's''+F # ; "" .. "'v r V 'li. :- V t\

tu.> :'- ..JG;! wx* tfJE CH\UC1IU; I ,ul/.l":/ ; '" tdIN'f'' .'.-.'..' ... 4.' .r.""":'.-' it-..I\ 4t
r : y : <
;t P\SSIS INtKONI / i,I I r4 .. r ., ,i ', 1

WANTA January I ," ,' II I pr. i It' I
"" :
raid Ol 'I Illl': ,

COMFORTABLE IOIII IIIHU :6III/ ,. .;-J...' .' :,. _.>",.:. ... .. __.. .. ....... __-__..... .,; ,;
MORTGAGE? 2 SFRMCK.S: DAILY ; PROPIRIYY a r.. ".' ,,', ( I ,.. ; 4.... -J" 4"j )I : Iri
2.30: P.M. & 7:30 P.M. 11"p t1r 1 "" .! .,U r' '
If ,... .... a ....1.... .... M 'I' .,, ', ,/ ,' t.
bald bar w lap,... T.uf low.t .. .", .If II' .".". .',, '
lk I. Flr.l F.4ml *t V.. ukVM give our forests from heel
... Mr I II .If! In ..&..t.W. Zoned for Duellings it offers varied for development. At.
Multiple etc. possibilities
< .olhlr U.ullm..... ....... hftornl 200 Ol.eet'ho'1 Rod ,

i ,.1... West on highway 70 tractive feature for the sportsman : at this spot, the River is about one-half mile wide,

...... v... Buck JO 1.UT) t .- i"l)
,! .,1 .- } providing fishing and boating at its hest. The property will carry' itself on a rental basis

: as is. Shingled home has hardnood floors, walk-in cedar: closets large Patio. Thereare

::. FIRST FEDERAL Leroy Jenkins says : @ many orange, grapefruit, cocoanut and other trees on the surrounding grounds.Opportunities .
} such as this are rare. This property and opportunity for development
F 11
:;;J SAVINGS &: LOAMASSOCIATION "God is still doing the .. .' .;4, is being sacrificed due to illness of Principal's wife. Bank has appraised the property at

1': things he did in the .. .MJ-,. $30XH( () which does not include two lots. Price is FIRM I and cannot: he maintained long

INDIAN RIVER OF COUNTY days of the Apostles:' : .. 1 "f 4i. PRICK: $24,200 FIRM No Closing Costs.!
Existing mortgage of $17,500()() can he assumed at (% .
2045 14th Ate. Dial 10 2-2373 Want to remember Still Two NVill consider Lease
Visit the Revival a- lots free and clear. Option ;
Vero leach, Florid special dal'7say also
Free rvklBf. 15tk Muse Crusade and expert*
f.h; :; Mr. L. J. Mickey

hoots. te: IL t. I 0.-d.ar.I_Ie t_ Inds W.d.r.dal ence old-time reli itsy _... 1539 S.E. 8th Avenue )Deer field IJcach, Florida

,. -'Io"WanPca.o.! cAll._.,.Dy thad l.hrd4q n.. gion at its best. v.//fHPf1P/. ,.O'r..rw.rr. TELEPHON! E : 3993006. For Appointment or Contact Any Realtor.

PRAYER FOR HIE buy effort !hn been mud lu jjtruvkle complrlt Information. Iloweser,11th 11oo11111 .h subject to nrura, onilmionn, prior Mill or lth.dra.nl .
1ff66 MCK MCIIFLY' BLVP' STUAItT,FLA. pulke.Citrus .
ff66 I
<7"l AT.
ff66tl . 7-2300
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2-C THE STUART(....) NEWS ",,",.,. I 16. 1964I FRIDAY-Confined S A I I R I) \ \' SUNDAY-Continued

n .... .| 4,10 ". lIlA 10.011. I i'aodld C.m... Is EssentialFor
I .ItOO- -4-1 N.W.' upon. Wath 10.1 I I'l.4i4a .,.. ; Hh.... ,,,,f il. w... "'"InrI I Pre-shrunk Lumber
f COMPLETE PROGRAMS 7 N..., W.ath.r r rn...*',.., thIn' (CO. I I"I ...,",. 'hr> ( "10. ,,,, I ,,,rtlOltO ,, '
I .10 Ml.I... '(. W. (I. "..11." .,00.-4 RttlllM I'J ."'Ih.I.hI, ,, ,. II". iii'u

.iIO-II C........ ..; Illnii It,,.by f.oir Toornsm.i,,, -4 Whit My LIMIj
I Ill' i.wTv:$. Miami (0 ft't') WSTTJ Rial, 'w-a.* )Ilattnfa .)... I .ilS-T tn Hunt ...11 Mr.... vl *p iw M"...
Ch.: I WPTV, Pain B.a Ch. 7-V/rKT. Miami NBC' I Tn TV .proa-ram. II...... ar. "..8.1 11 N... 1 Illlh Said lDsnoi N..., W..' *.. .........
fh 10-WLBW.TV. MI..I (IABO .. by is. ".10..i.i.a. ...,...... TIle "130-4 Brat .I th. rt 1, II N.wiM'tft
I ;;; ;;
'I-WKAT.TV W.., pllM B. ra art N.wi' .U sit mpoaalbl.* (or sip I t Hunllir.Rrlnkl ........ ;' -4 5.4ar, Wath
I I (ABC I .00....... ......... I It Tha Jot..h. ..00 I N.... Aati? WMtlawa. AM..... nraat D.y In ,ih. Monitor abilitx This is If ''I
..... I loosen. This, holding "I"
II Nlrht II?. of Ih. Cold C.lt I |: I WEDNESDAY! F.sDV'onllnlt.1I' .i4t-4 Nw_wnr uruaaw7 .,iSO-4 Itawalla Iii 1 II (ho'.'"''. ,I of th. PaoplaI i i8 essential to I ihe continuing: (to ihe performance ot' I li'llI'' ,

JAN.I IiOO--4.5.7lI_ N' .wa, w......., ipor. I .II. N.N.wa.. Hiinttoy. Brian. .toy I 7 (Utillooa lot"? CllnU 1 ,IS I M...,.. Th.( Parndln. (...." form of lumber projects, it behooves require some the I imoolhneM and snugncsi' of wood as paneling and siding! .., I' ,'II

Mam ;| II Nw' Rill Sli.d.l. II Kan Carkran N.w. 10 Molt, Kitty PayS"! liOS II Nwhtwaua ..... paneled walls and! to the !security)
...... .
II til I 'T Hr..klnu "l'tlll'S have fair working
a .
.. 4tOS-II sirucluralliimher.Your
'II.... .. T,00-4 World. HeyondA II "WI" (loympia.5,45s Movl. N i
Monday "iMwtl4B 1 I*30-U Slant All Show of wood btructures ,
.' -10 I II.... Ruplnmra. (..,........) 1 Tonla-ht with Johnny Car**.* OoloT. ) 7 Th Mon. H........, Thuatr."....... I ...'tu. bpl".a - - knowledge l of wood. Other charHcicristici 0 f trees --- -
... '" ,,,00.III.( tsr I
R'00 I Movl. "II'... of Ih. Union" 10 I.. I ("...m Ton Mni h' I II Hlithway ,Patrol'ISO 'I'forIslm..I MONDAYJAN This, in turn, calls for a clinical
It rttarlfeht' Th..,.. I )Hlorrnphy of vital interest (to lumberusing !
MIr.I Tawn' PI are
Rlranir. I ,
II I 'no 4 Cotton Una I I'aradaII II.10-t ...... lo-ll-. 7 77 Int.rnalkma Hun, ...t (trip! Show Tim 11 N...., WMlhar, Snort. 20Moralni I! unJvrsijnding, of I Ihc amttomy rcmodelen. Some species are
49 l-h.; II.... "Moot' P....,. (ConrIZiOa lioa-II 10..", _... Mori 1 ',iS -4 Rout 41 ,,11IJo"... m......* ;; 1 of tree
to ..."'...... I'.i'ud.Aft.rstuss .. 405Il Movl. t-7 Hob lion,* 1-7 Tha llutnaiil, .,_1-1 Continental.. CI..._ stronger than olhcrs and hence National
- I.." II..... ,... II Hoot.nanay .,11-4 It.A".. $.moa.r. Introdut I All trees are nourished by moisture better suited for structural purnoses First
,t30 4 Twilight. .iSO-I Th. lur.nilnri100 absorbed the
TIIVJC',1AY Cons lbs II Pthlei' through root Their idcntitKi are well-

Ion (Ram t Ovrrland1 at, Monday Tralla "_II JAN I II I B-7 IA.,.Tw Th.Tw I'rlr.'In. li Rlitht I 1.1 10.11 Joe|.,...Ili.h.q...... With 114lun' ,,._4 Ctiliau, af th. Air I Il in the course of growth. Hence known to retail dealers.The Bank

I ,JO: in "'1.. Hrrvle. ..0.00AIf..d KIt.b.... ., n.7 Mini. "Th. Nak.d BiiiiriJO .*i40 Continental ID riwirooat (IC.I.I) all freshly cut lumber, i I. literally denser stronger species also .
MralntRan. I. lara Hnrl.a Rinolar |
?l.dh. I' 0 Cotton'I-I. Hnwl...5Itt".54Ifl Onrn. ( .. Monmy *0_"l 10-12 Plvht ,f th. Work '10.-(II-4 Hollywood I'hll Hllxr.r.I... V.rHy 4:45,"-4 N... I. 8po.'.. iiiluralcd with water. have (the greatest natural nail
-I Mo.l. "Pu.h.rn'M.N duo-II '..ri.. most.., IOi30 _,4 Portrait. 10450'liatottlol,. 7. Mun.hlt.. Alma,.. The moisture in lumber evaponilet Speaks
SI0-4: HunriM ",,",..t... "Out II... iv Btun.v u,. Stirs 0 la It l>.... *.oh.t ---- -
Hot torn of .p Dot'le"! ,
I 10.160' tlntoiiDh.MnIOi4Slll.il .
of Hl.tory of 4.. M nlt) lart! 7,010 t "In'. 'iinuoa, /graduully As it JOCH the
I" '0' '<*-: ,lOO 4 '"Iho M.rrylnK Kind"$ 10:4_|" Mak* IbM ($... II.... hat. Spurn .' lodo, wood Colin and the lumber .
Sot 10 VO.I Itftf .. I I1 tOO 4, ft 1. Is. II (.. ,. contract Alien Registration
7,30 I N.w.I"
I .
'45 -. Tkototmnny 7 ....1... A Woman Pu.. "I'l I Ils0O-4.S-I4 rVatk**. SpinS : :: f's,.
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ASS. 11 ,._4 Moo.., "No' HI.h.., la Ih8k -4 rhamplim.hlti WTiotHn, II Conuilr Tim Is Now Under Way
E..... Its." ,. .. Soohip ssisphI y"lluot.T llllS I --I Mivk.. "",,.".t Clol.l (:..Illlnr, ,U. 'III Hut ,Not PtrpoIt.a, This Ion of size is inevitable MENT of your first Nation, 1
.. 1,00-4 Aslhslost ihipu.Ii .. Tonlrhl with 11 ISO- t '"h.. World' >i50-III FocmC I The
11'00 4 it N. Rauru .tthfr Johnny Carm rcgurdlcsi species I
....... 11130 ft MooS. 'Prlaunau" ,. important Bank of Stuisrt I was cnn' I
\. ". iiul ", ...h.. "loUI.I" I. MooS. "In N..... Only., 'Tu. 5,5, .4 Cl,5l.i., ins.sa I. EJward P. Ahrcns district director
4,55-s lIIu.l. IK>_ In Movl.. 'Moil of Konic"II 5', TsisyI. thing for it la occur at Ihe
I I" Mini at Mb. 7$. t.rI.t", il Nlintwx.a Vanrty of the and (to plan for Ihe Culm ,
I Immigration help
S 10 12 Comm.nt_Art CmoaSi 4ilo,: --4 .Movl. """"Ohl." 'O.-II Movl .. I ...,IIIh', Thmilr. "I. 0..1.. l.ndar 1, mill not after the lumber is InI you
,* I I' ...... .-t "KIni of Ih* ......" I'00-10 (',...." SIt0av.ll ut-iti to_.. rviee. I address
fl 11 4 wmhor' '. taa li.n.I li,'. Snot SATURDAYJAN. Nlnhlwal.h: Show N* I ,20-1V, U".I., ,.... 1 Home should thaI the annual alien details At your request I i
: handymen spcciI -
".in 4 N... || 1,20, -4 rhamplon.hlp.. WratllnfIS I '|3U-1.1 loday boo*. I jl report program is again under he our agent .1'Ii give \ ,>
1 II$ 'mil..y.lrlnklry' R..." enlaf Mrnhi" 4'011 101..1. 14. 5 I(0 R.I' ....\ fy lumber that's properly !seasoned >
I "> -,iinrfnnti _.. "' ... | .. ] Mornln Plorbnu, and! "pre-shrunk" before being way. qualified advice regarding vour 1 1vcstmcnlH 111
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i N.vhi, lir. .. 'Ih. Cold l'ru..tHuntlry ; Nrw' *, W.*thrI ( tIf'. "Otitlln *f SUNDAYJAN 1 Si4S: '10 ( arlonn <'.,.... I According to Ahrcns.: I l85OiOaliens ) and the huildm,
surfaced final size
As lumber
HUlory 0' A.I" to
., 00M..lo.
p IS 4 N" ".h. Cruphit. ... .. Utility K.nyotT I
I I. .10. M.lo their addresses last
ross .4aI4 Arai.4 r1..11 .. reported ;
". wrM 19Motnlni '. (
ul HtlnklryIliiefckbrrry an*-14 ..t-n..u (,- dealers will advise this is the best and the planning of your estate
.. KrwaT100 7 Mnvlv. Wom.ir'p'f Florida. 1 he number Ihis
I' ]12 N. Mill. I II I 1 year in
ill 7 .
dMlluai _
7.0 4 I.'h' VIJrp tsps ... 4 t'.rtooro.Ill.e .. .....,. Hilly, I assurance of dependable perform.I I'll pre'villeOfc keeping for vm
11 "' he
I I I to slightly
Md rn r.nclni ...30 4 $ y ear expected
Hound .,30 If... > -II N rw..n 4 w.. .. u.n ance.
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,tc,'." 0.01 I Hunifey-flrfnlil 7 7. Cirrus I ,00-1 Farm Air,..".. I U Mnrnln.* 'PlavhotiM I I I smaller Ahrcns attributes( this ani funds and your privale papers
] 1110,1 Art 0.... ftort 10 ,*..1.... Thralr. 7 rartaoni 10 00 -4 lIrorm, I i Seasoning' is a processing: of hose ,
y with
1 N. ., W. th. III N... t,7 ;,::,, I' i, ticipalcd( decrease: to cessation of I'll help you \ ,pvsk\i
n Wh.n
7 "hmhl.l. .. I NwiTina Hay IIMnl.a.I
.. should
12 und he !
Nlnht I If. "f Ih. ((old r drying.
Th. VIrEpIs, 101",1I ", _4 N.-Walr.Y TiOS: ::It Com.Jy Tim* -- u ruinnly Tim. 10 1,11. of H'I.' a the airline Highls from Cuba problems (lat no extr.i to i '
I 1./ Adrunun.u 0' 0111. s.dllhitt Til, 10 "Armrd Punt on parad" ,.,11-4 D...y.n 4 Uoli.th. l02S'-').? .. tory grade requirement for alii I official
N.w.HunU.y Brlaklay. fi30, -t rt.ulmr.l (...xirlI Ti30 4 Lartoon-o.vlll; IOJII-4: t:.. Li.., The immigration point- And my service n lor \on
Items of sid.
TiOO ...
M.OG 4 ri' Ypip ,rtprmatlui -4 UlK Shop. (lop Mirry Kun CI..I I Cartoon C...,. I M.trv (..rirrin. 11,510,1 framing shcalhmg I cd out that the address reports arc lifetime AND BEYOND .
Millionaire'S l 10 My r>lMi4. ,"... I jog, paneling and t the like. i i : / :
"I'.liy ((ph. KhowK l I'm Ami-ilnm, 7 Word for Word (Color) Specific law and wilful failure
,0' : V.II' Ut OiKta. II II.." .. 'I h..... il; required I'll he
So I .
i Till I II to I ihr Hiniir I 7 Movlf. "llsttlhI"II II Hui.rl. rimi.>* 10 : '1.I moisture content limits for the I can Iruly say vour
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,, .. I. kphtI tag-s (Mal. rrtMd 7,4-4 1h. Uvlna Win I i Monlh'IT'pla'yn'ouM' : to comply with (these requirements
]I- ]H'' I'", '* no".h,.. 7i.30'Mlxhway-I D.nri-rman"Patrol' 5,00-4 Caral:: n. Kannrta "lOO-4 (.o.Ml. ."..0.1... II DO-4 AI. C.,. various ilemare established' in I lead to serious conscqucnces forever and carry out vom

'.00 4 H.v.rly HlllblllM.F.nlonm lit-II The Klli.t.tonM. (('.Color I run llopali.naCa Club ldy 7 BullwlnkfoI S-7. ("",,'.,,,"a".nI. tome grading rules Through air iI | may. wishes long alter \ou h.,lu
I o.iwl taravaa; (I. Pilra I. Hlaht (Color.)
K" l' lIt n I..... 10 00.-II 1 Donna Tropical 40ru4 Hoot.naity I* lapuln' k.n.. ._ U N... 11130, -4 Lov That B'h I or kiln drying, Ihe moisture must Forms with which to make the made them .
..3/1. -4 Pint Van t>ykny .ISO-4 1'......., IOS II Mnrnln flnyhoiiM 01 ,II Ilia- Murk 1-7 Mli.lna- Link, (dolor bj reduced to the specified level
10 00 4 II.. K... -U Mornlni Playaota iis1 10-12 'Hi., I I.4It. 1. reports are available at all post
Show .. : : F.stimi i Or r.nk .
I.' Dr. Klld.
before final I AM THE TRUST
that the DEPART
Elrunthot, 5,50.-Is Un.l Bob ..30-.6 Far Yciur Infurm.tloii. surfacing so ( offices and Immigration and Nat-
I!, ,,,,'k 1'0..11 1h..I. 10-11 My Thi** Son ..ao-7 (nan* ADWI 7 CIrrus Hay end! product will retjin the sizes of First Nation il 1
':' ""b..lh. t iOO-4 r.rry Ma.oa .... BunnyliOO I* ...... lializntion Service olfices It is an MFNT your
IU.11 Jimmy llran (KhowiIO Alvln, r.n.Am.rlr.riaII IIiOO, 4 N.., at which it i designed to he used
-4 Show Victory. is fill of (the Bank, I can take care of ill
I.T PapISt ChauallOO easy matter to out one
Han.) (Color ) !. Cartoon Tin.II ,-, You tint. Impmaloi (Color I
Iv-ll MrH.1.1. N.., Momlnf Pl.rh.... I Th.-4 This |I. ill. LII.a 10-11 $.... Kr>.. The resulting uniformity and cards and return it to the same your affairs. when you are nc
10,00-4 Th. Nnn' lilt'- It Unel Bo. Lhrlitoph.r. It,SO-4 ........ for Tomoraw stability, of size are important
T T.l.mli. office able. do I
A.7 Ihmlr. p30-4 Tnn..... Too"o7 I.' Truth or Cn.rqrnoa, (Color) longer to so poll
10.11 :,'drE"rumr lull I.1 ,. (Ruff ..4 lUddy (0lw) 10. "Mornlnt Fun AmmIranIS 1"'......... 10-11 >'...h.. K..... Hot whether you arc nuking a major Ahrcns added that trained personnel debts claims legaciesand
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Ar656RCAVICTOR lOilO-U 10.11, Kdl.Topi Ad.I. RporllIt lilt ) It 1* Juvmll..'. Thnlr ..1_| Th* S....,) (rats 11 12( ''4S--4 S-7-U l.ulilini. N.wiI Light. addition to your home or simply will be on hand in all officesof attend! to ull funeral expense

Prior (.unit I''1, ..!4 .Q.P.i."Lro. Mrtlraw. *130-4 'Man .nil. II,. Probl.mi" 00 -4 Lov. or Lir I erecting a set of shelves the Immigration und Naturalization

11 tOO-4.I.1.III W..., Wrathar, KporU 6-7 Hnlor HmU'uUi Color") f I Hnriuna Thl.. I. th.of Filth Llf (10 Mot\ I I., ..V"u..'. In tip Army "''u." Not only does stabilized lumber Service to answer a n yquestions I account (to the courts .
II N. ..
II Iso-,4 Mighty Mans.S. It l.nn. .. trnl.I ; and to beneficiaries for,
I I li-It N.... WMlh.r( HlKirt.tlilS ., XL I (Color) 'It Ulhl. Talk I liOS. -U DahlIa l D.... assure conformity with measurements the reporting( aliens may your

Prom.4(It"lli Movl. 'Van Can't Hun Away 10-11 'I'll. J...... 0100,4, --4 4 Tb.I..m.1"Lltlni' .. Word Mr ....t lilS, -ft Slur, .".1 ih.. Story Mon, laid out in your design hut have regarding immigration and all your worldly goods and trea.*.-
II ItOO'- Rla Tin 1'1.I
4 Tin W.d. Tuple 'litri
I Conip.w'
.ao-S Tonliht with Johnny Canon 1-7 ,. th. Mna10IJ <. I Palm For Today Th",,... it also has an all-important effecton naturalization: matters. :. Sufficient ures after you no longer need
f ftlll
ftmill Volo
(Color) Cartoonl. \:.._ C_. 10 5'rot.aunt VXoriihlD* Hour t ,i20-ll 1".'. Smith nail holding ability. trained personnel' are not available them This I do at modesi
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It ..1.. "U You Kiwv $uil. II I 1.30.-I Roy Itt-,... I 1.24 N...
II Movl.. I 10,10.ok: Up and bats to furnish this i assistance in ull much less than
7 Fury I IM. Plrtur 1,30-4 AI th. World Tan* When (lumber is "pre-shrunk cost indeed
(II.ao-l Mori.ItOd .. I* An..... Plraa 1 GIrl T.lk post offices
1 H.rn.l lluhtI think .
-it Nlr.htw.wa lSSa.ni.andlbrIlASS.' II .Monday. Matin. you might
4iO_11 Mori J.wl.h Wonhlp Boat tt4S 5 II. My DlMUailoo.
"Living Color" TV .- - - I I lOO t Htuillo-4 Conan ftt I 1100, -4 Pai.word TtrSDAY Continued 1 AM THE TRUST DEPARTMENT .
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Lett M k. 5 D. (Color) GA STORAGE
FRIDAY 11.00-4 Shy Kin. Th.t Thl.I M.y.enId ._ 1.21-11-11 N.w.' T,00--4 Ritwhld. of your First Nation
JAN. IT S H.r...nt Pr..loT 11 First I.Biptlit Ut A.CkuKh _4 H.... Part* t Coil. II... Bank I await call You
Youth' and th. I....* II .U-4 Bold. 1-7 Th. Dortora 7 (4,4.. "Prlh" .001 ''h. I1ho..I.I" WAREHOUSE your
It journry 11 Day In Court II Hlihway Patrol. welcome in and discuss
M.ralnlRam I'roJMt' Snout I Moth. "Mont turlo are (to come '
II tottta .SI--6. N... 7i30-4-7 Mr. Novak'
(I"" M Monday *iaM 105-li Cull.Bury.. 1',11I. I*lInt Ma... fnr of Jumlc. 10 Ll.l How.rd ind w."' ..'. N... 10-12 Combat Storage by the your affairs freely and con
StlSBunrli' SamaiUr) .. *'Ivtr4uo- .'IS'Tb.. Th_ II....... 11 7 B.nator.Hhut-ln. ,00-4, T* Toil th. Truss t OO_4 Red 8k.lton Shaw. fidentially \with our Mr. Roland
lion to Ithki"TiOO : a.H-4! SlumP M.II... Bm.lh.ti and ,., 1.0....'. YoniIflll Si30, -5-7 Fracturad Fllckr.
-II Kiinrla* Taaatt lIull.lhk.. (Colon Holland 1.n..1; Ij".II.1. III.n lit'Huip's Navy S Week Merrcll He is highly qualified
i30-II Movl. tI P''o.thir., of hill 1'2S-4 Now. tiOO, -4 Ptttlroat Junotloa Day
tOO4 Hp.llhoutid" It 01.......... I In Sobs. Afuraooa I.30-4 Ed.. or Nlfht 7 T.. Korunil. That Shook th. World to blip you And! you may do
7 Movlt l "A Woman'0"Far*" Pt I II Aimrlran. PandiUnd. 11,_4 R*..". I 1-7 You .Don't' Sap IColor) 10.12 Ui.&loit Show on simon!) Month Year (this without obligation of am
1,30-.o Cookln. WItS ,. I 111*-10 H.lnm 7 Com.itr M.tln.. 10.11 Q At.noass(0mm. 12140-4 Miami Matin. 10 A WI... World 4.00--4 s.cr.t Storm ':30-4 Junk Benny kind Will you come in .
.. Monday *.***tI I tOO-A.7 K...plorlh"I. II 1'.,. Smith' I Rlll'l Corn., 7 Dirk Pow.ll Th....* USED FURNITURE &
-Pfrku& MAE ?RO LI) I too--10 Movl, "0" II......... ".'urd.. lion UiaO-4, T.d Murk and Amat.ur lIt,. j Mlrk.y Mull.. Club: 10,09, -4 Carry Moor. Show APPLIAMtSAI !\ : soon.???
Clround'4tisft a 10-11 Major A.l.m., TrillmaiUr 1.7 Bell T.lephon Hour (Color
II J4v rrlnd rileka Hpolllnhi, on hdumtlim: "'fnimlirht 19111 I
Movl ItlO-II 0 Amrrlran IliiniUta 10 Tort S..,. SIn ft MIM |.. Iron lip' 1-7 Aol Willi.... sit. ...k.) (Color) GOIDIvN; : GATE .
by Krank Iiiort
RCA VICTOR 4i3O -4 M.vl., "Ohoit n......." II Know Your liIbl.I U llliih,.> I'nirol 430: 4 1 M.ivi.. Imlu'rli-il ,..,,1." 10.11 Ih. ruultlv.lliOO i Kid.lt.:;, '.itl' ..in-i.f,>
t 7 7 Moth, "OnlohrtI"5(40.S -" TILl I lOO- 4 Khlrlrr Trniil..| 7 Movl., South ..... Wom.,," -4-S-7-1I 5.... W.",).. CportallilO --
rV.ti.tor Umathar* t Th. T.<"n t Pnipl. of th. lluok 10.11 Major A .m., TiallmaaUr' .II Nws
; e a "|4S-S lorlda O..d.... 7 Womb Mr. Wltardtl0 7 CnmlmtID 41S5-1, Now. -II N.' .., W.lthr Sport.
ONE-yP1 10 Lone k..... -.4 ,Hold Joumry I'ru.loh.1 l lluwllni 1 10-it Am.Hr.n Nawiitand U H.rvlr. from Ht, John th. Plvln.
WARRANTY 11 VUblni, W*>tbr, SrUSwaUir Th. IMon_" 12 Dlu....." Sioo, -4 AdvM>..'.... la P.radla. 11,28--4 Mona, M.mh.r. of tb.I .
0i all parts including: your color IsS.'e ImatkeraCHRISTIAN '1 (h.mnlon.hlp. *wlln. 111I111.. .Wllnt.'o.K".. I 10 Mnirlllii I..rill. ONE :
-- IA (hnlli-nv. sir (Coliirl, 1 '110'-'7 1I..th. ."d H"II."d R..." .11 Earl 11m.B I aw-"TmJr. .t n 1"hn..f' c..- NOW INSURANCE:' POLICY
picture tube! t.M. -7 Mnm.nl. 01 m' r.i iJ.30 I ,,WA llll.l. 'IVIcin ...",.. 40. 10 AIIC Now ..."
EXCLUSIVE[ SALES & SERVICEFRANK'S 1.00.I. 'honpi.a.hlp We.lli, I...... ...1 A....r. 5,40-to" n.hln.. w..th.r. Sport 10 Movlo, Fn-n."
j( JI: HI.n. III.hlhhto tiOO. .,..NHL diwra. Lurla d. l.nm. 5.65-t Thl. I. .th. Story I It Blarllvht' Tatatr GIVES YOU COMPLETE HOME
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TV -!? ('h.mnlon.hln Bo.. .. II liltorli' ,,,.. 114 Nowi-" 4-1. K.w., W.ithar, Sport.I I ,OS-II NlKhtwatek *o.l. COVERAGE AT Homeowners now can
4100, 4 lIssliaflaldI St.._10.11 N... Wruthprlit 40, _II MooS
I.. '. ,...... Movie. Six .lull. 1'.I"h"II oM their household!
J ind APPLIANCES I SO-4 81x111' Hl>, 'lal Fmlur* "P".u EntraiIO - cover
T Chm.dy Matin.* 1 It Dlmovrry' '.4 \WEDNESDAYJAN SUBSTANTIAL
IIe dqii ltn for (10.11. World of HporttInm. Nor..8. It Uiirl, anil Ifs:
I ( 00--6-7 gimil.vID 10 1'1..., Waalhar. Bpart SAVINGS! policy and one premium-
J, "Living Color" TV Movl., Ihi. Torn I. KIWI 12 N.w. Moralnflima
14 8iHrl, Illi-kllnhta ',Zo-T Hlirhway. Patrol from on* SAFECO Agent!
745 Colorado I ( .. Mondar w..Pt)
1TXFAISION & RAmOTROVBLF.s'P 1,30-7 IIC NOWH Coo: .. ,till-4 W.athr ,
... 1,30-t Today ShowSIl04
SCIENCE: 7 NBC N.wa Itn. .
I II Top (lIar llnwlliil4iU 10 lluntlev-4 N.w.I ..HrlnkLy Report ,, MiivloA Wl..r World 11.11 for Adann10JO SAFECO makes It easy for agents, like ourselves to fire
RADIO SERIES I CtlL AT ''IIOe: 4040-4. 10.1..1.: T Nan" W.alh.i you the finest, most eomplett insurance coverage possible
,, AfUntMaiIRaaM
1-1 5,7 w..I.r/,1 W.,1d .1 (,nif II Night (l.lf. on th. Cold ('....
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RADIO STATION WSTU I TV & APPLIANCE ..0._" AYE N...(h.mplon.hlp Cows 1-7-N.wa' ".,1I.., BrlnkUy I '00-1 Ov.rland, Trail.Ill the sew GENERAL HOMEOWNER polly pr*.

EACH 7 15 .M. n foIu'r mm 151)( IMV.ftn 8,110-4, HId 11 N.wi-Ron Cochraa Movl., -Woman In Ked" VeSts ".nl.oll. cover1 f ipa- !MONDAY F. V.nlum T,00-4 1\1\ ,. .KlPmlntlnn .. 4 IS-II Movl., "I Wonritr "'h.'. Kin.Init .
-- I Wild Kingdom IPolor, ) t ) Pin SAFECO offers
Nor Now' Pt. I many other time-laving money-saving
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7 Movli> 7. "lii,) sod thr MlKhtyI'l
I Almost Everyone Listens ToV/ 5I5-(5 All Pro Konr.biintd ,30T., 111 th. Truth, S5,4Ws of SAFECO LIFECO or GENERAL [Insurance poll-
5,30-I 0
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RADIO STATION II Top tots Huwllniill I,10-4 I..., Khow YOU CAN RELAX'
-_,7 C...... Ti4S in.II W,,_... Train( (Color) S'oo-d.s: N..., Bpart. Wait..
-II rl.hl. .... WMlk.r, (pom ..00-4 lunny' Th...... T N ross.a" Waathw WHEN YOU'RE C.O (
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MONDAY tbru SATURDAY 7(30 SUNDAY SERE.'lfADE .._|., M.... th. ...... (fO.I.,1) ft.7 Mi,,') Mlllrr 1,30 11, -N.w.' 4 New.ft .
Good Music I(II Vital\ I...." ,' in-ll .llrl, luioot Point
6:30: NEWS AND FARM WORLD "*""* Hitnll.y.Hrlnkl Report
U prnjMt) |10 10'30-4 ''t.". .., COM t.tla
6:45: STATE NEWS AND WL\11IER ",_10 W. Want It Know 11,00, -.4-J.7-10-U N.w., Wait'''. .10 $.'usnCuutIt ..'"iiiir Para.l*

6:50: CLAY'S CORNER TO TInN .ill-All 7 .I'm dmhnniIt Snosboord0i304 Snort.II 211Rh.w.. "Thunhir Oo.r lb.i ,45-4, ., N.w' -Waiur Oro.klt
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News tvff1 half hour H.w.lUil Cpa: i 11.30-r.7 I 1'1,1..." Tonhrht ... T100, -4 Death Valuiy Day
H with Johnny CnHI .
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MRS. ANNA MIMEAR, Correspondent Phone 746-464J : To Yacht Club Estates by Couple Resigns AsPatrolman Boating Courses the American Rid ( rust and, II i Rev. Thomas to
I panned by the JUI"lcr.flu""' Sound''
I' I A new entrance Yacht ('luhEstates and varied legal c\Hriencc| in the I U.irl, Scout Ie.ldcr1 will hold Us
I hi' I mied Si.ites ( cart (II.lnl
I residential area on the Nays Commander and Mrs C'or- first meeting on Jan I li h .it 7 e mst Be Revivalist
'\n\ilni\ I llodlli T. dtscusscdl'ums
Inlracoastil \Valerwa). IHIW entered i iI Jupiter School M rhoor"'n" ,'
Min mined to Jupiur on retirement for i lie ., Nod
Install Robert I through ganluskee' Street Isassured commit sear it
Harp White Soulhucs Drive will lx' Dr Cieorgv I Hopkins. mot
hthe donation of several sears ago "FreddieDahlmexer!' first -'ne\.I.11 nljhlmCl'llI1l1(
i a strip police i, the instructor Other meetings\ will ol the First Southern McthoclistC
I ol' land tor the road l by Mr. and Further ordinances on the unncv i 'IIICl'r for the Jupiter Inlet ( ommande-r \\ illiam lletker..who he held Jan 22.2 < mil I l.b 21 hurch: bun announced thnt Rev
Mrs John Deluy The new road ation ol the founts properties west look "ftier I at the last meeting tI t- The class is I lo thepublic
(olons and later for Fcqncsla open W John Thomas will conduct revival '-
Head Club Mill be a continuation of Alfred of the turnpike were passed and prevented his chain: of command I
of Jupiter I services the church I
resigned. 1 his tob .patrolman on at rom
Street the problem of lighting on Riverside l i !. I 1'ul\ Rullush. acv com ''mRE'nIlR., .:
Jan. 2h through Fob 2
the Tequesta Village police forceto I
This action lor the new road Drive was considered Drainage monster ami William Judson Hall
I become secants 041 leer at the Mr and Mrs James ( hirella Rev Thomas. who is .1 i native
problems on Seahrook Road i officer md
was | new committee
I part a king busy meeting training
Jupiter Hc"be Sound kiwams The program ol' the evening of Jupiter Town Council Tuesday at Beverly and Kmjslcy Roads new Firm Bank ol/ Jupiter."Frsskhc" ,. chairmen lor I%4.I I of Kochaway township N. J. I of South Wale* and! .1 tuner ( .1 i
Club installed 1 1964 officers on was centered around the "FourHarrys' night were also studied Zoning has king been a familiar I were the guests ol Mr ,.nul Mrs I IHaney nudian! cm/en. brings a wide csncrience
Monday II "" I problems Two imrHirl.int events are anongthe to has mimsirv. lie hit
night who attended! Kiwanis : Archer of Htivh siren ,'nl i
Commissioner Harold B. Cor- were also pan of the ligure I in the Cokxty and the I OM plans !ore fiN mall
Past I President James Spilzer from Jupiter each week year after win was welcomed buck after his sion. III\CUS'1 Village' His first duties included bout class will i 'their way to i.tmaica for .i sacs'i :preached in many Hiroprin! conn
handling "
introduced in West Palm Beuth- commence I lion. Mr ChirclU, 1 busine'ss tries, served/ \ a chtiplim m the
past Lieutenant (hwern.or year serious illness at Bethesda Navalh"l'ital. Building permits amounting lo I striving the (olom children! I to about March\. I I. Fhew classes are is .1 i former ,
"' Moorcs charter member i of Mr British Air Force and is no.1 i
Norman Harry ArcherMr
of Fort Beads
Hay slip Pierce schools: in Palm bankingfor partner
S4S.2JO i issued 1 ,
were vital ol information and
in a !source field! director 'lor the Slavic Gospel .
who of the Columbus! Ohio the ,
introduced present Lieutenant club Commissioner ('()N in. who also! her according to Building o''I.'cm-1 the comp.mand; : helping out framing lor all "boat l'"I1Cf'r for i|I and Mrs devriic (1IIIelle.I Mission The I
Governor Andrew Pittman of second m the nation' ; Harry Miller serves as town judge devotes his tor James Dail\'. 'I I he own in the new community generally I'I an\onc interested' m I "boats I m II''i I formerly' of Imhurst I ong' Island, Mission: is designed SlimGospel,lo:: I carry the
Stuart and for :
past president seventeen full 'lime to the town of Jupiter for that monlh amounted lo $4.-I as well as policing the community riser' coninumm N, Y, have: moved into;I : :their new gospel' to and titles forRussianspeaking
Pittman installed Robert 1 Harp years secretary of the Columbus' and at night. I', provide
brings lo the work his long 119.26. home North I oxahutchci, Drive
as president for 1964. with B. M club, Harry Phipps. I'for many I I --- -. -- -- ------ : :_ __. __ 1 In early Fd'fllIIl'Art (\1l'l'er.I on peur"Inlt his
Dukes, first vice president; Wil years a member and! past presidentin I Hi came to Jupiter in the early: top authority on "boils. in this ..m'a.I'I I Mr anti Mm Roger (hues olDenver. I its' home oil fees in ( 'hie,1110
I 1910v md'. with' Mrs Dahlmcyer.. :
liam Corum second vice president; Vhitinsvillc.. M \s" and Harry Travelers '\\ill ,conduct a Ihn..c.le\'n course ,, Colo., are I the guests of '
William Nicholson treasurer and Jackson u pioneer and member Palm Club Heard : built a homeon Riverside Drive 'I in Trouble Shooting Your Out-' Mr, and Mrs, Flurry I C'. Moore at 'I Justin Smith Jr, who has been
which marks the town limils" ofTequcsta "
Don Fauchcr secretary. The new of the Vest:, Palm l Beach club I hoard' fhi1 1 too. will be "I''n' their home on the South I ore golfing in Palm Beach and fequcita -

directors U the club are Roy Rood for over thirty years. These men Talk About Flowering Trees I Icuucila, He front served the as founding police chiefin of !, lo the publiiOBITUARIES : of the l\ahatchee. Mr Jones is1 I for a "few days! has ruurned lo

Dan Harden, Robert Peterson built and presented I the lectern errs.w.w..+ iw..srss 111'Ml1l>re\ brother I I the North but expects to he back
the village Unit
used the .Hobc !Sound resigning post I here for a longer v.ie'.ition soon
by Jupiter I
Troy Wood Bud Tunning Clyde lion when the area grew to need (harles Rice ol' hiss act.. Miss I,
Club when the club its infancy Flowering Trees"0'01 the top. and St Mary's Hospital for t h e .
McGee and Reginald Larson with was in I .
a professional law enforcement ol-" has arrived for the winter Mrs Henry (iOeeun Drive. his
'ic of ken !Sharon's talk to the made (for the children !
deceased .
Phipps ,
past President Jim Spitzcr also a Harry Travelers Palm scrapbooks I i ricer and stall (hie'f Hank Duscn- NI+Mlyw'wwvu soi5Rw'erla0.tA', .iI .ItI Rice expects to |inn him \\Ilhll1.1 I been a patient at SI 1 Man Hospilal -
Garden Club its
at s wards
member. was represented by MI'Phirl's. |
who took in W has 'lea weeks I hut is expected honu' soon.CARTER'S .
berry over I IW"
The highlight of the evening wasthe Other honor guests at Monday's recent Januan meeting Salhav- Mrs. Meyer lefkowitz announced ,i an oiilsl.imlmg record in law' enforcement : \KMK II. BISHOP ._ 1" : :
presentation by Pittman of the meeting included Mr. and Mrs. en Sharon who is a'lOCialedoith that a book on the growing of'' "
I' 1 1I -
Florida 1 District: \ Boys and t Girls: I Fred Landrum. landrum is Cub I H'ne'Nmery in Delray Beach camellias in Honda I is available i; \\arnor II lI"h'r.cH'nl!)
i. \\'illiam Petite. (hicf Duscn ol, I .., died last 1 hurs.
Committee Award. This award Scoutmaster for the Jupiter Cub an authority on (flowering trees from the Agricultural Extension eight ceiueshi
and! has announced has been I div I He survived bv his wife.
showed a fine collection of Service Gainesville berry : is
at the state convention Scouts which are being sponsoredthis
last week to delegates Bob Harp year by Kiwanis. Mrs lan slides of eighty' of (the 300 known 1 Displays of flower arrangementsmade appointed; to fill the vacancy: Pe- I Llla.. :)2 CiollMew Drive" of Chicago

and Don Fauchcr was won by the drum is a den mother varieties climated to Florida in the morning preceding the : trie h.1heen associated with the lir.iveside' services were held' it
Jupitcr-Hobc Sound Club over Mrs den Blanchard was wel meeting were shown lo t the group i Palm Beach: Counts Shinfl's Department I !Palm Beach Memorial Park. nn
Clubbers Kleiscr
Dan and
more than 100 clubs in the state Key comed a.1 i new member and MM Mrs Bxron I Simonson: : of Palm1: ; I lie i is retired 'trolls the Manila)
I Ronny Lang were also! guests at State Police mid hits Hair Styling Salon
for itt outstanding work with i the Hugo lIuCha\ installed as treasurer Beach conducted the classes I, Pcnns\lvann
young people. It is one of the high meeting taking the place of Mrs Mrs. R ('. Jepson !'..IrR.. F. 'I been j a resident ol Fcquesta since I IIR'i.. M lJ) \It I MUOMKS i iI ,
est honors to be given by Km anis New York Kiwanian George Richard Vcrmilhon who resigned dladwm Sr Mrs tell Oglcshy. i I9i( (). The "Pclrios live ut 164 Cedar I1r'illtal"t MUomhs 'liltv. olm '
I to member clubs king was the song leader for the I cttcrs of appreciation were read Mrs Paul Ilinlcv and Mrs Ken. I Avenue in J Jnpiior in the Pines I River Duve leqiifsla and AT 70800!!() )

gala meeting I from Gaud Samaritan Hospital neth Home hostesses. i i
-- _. were _._ i Detroit. passed away Ihursdiv i
--- -- -- --- \\.1 ( 0uU"i;
IML'C.IIIFR' n (DINGS i Survivors include her
ProfessionalHearing (IIH HUD J MIU r hU\h.IIII'1
Stuart; her father I
Aid Service Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tyd- Three Engagements Are Told The \\elconie Wagon! Club met ey, three sisters' Ruth Connie and
-- -
mgs of Turegon Drive West Palm i Tuesday .it Jupiter Ranch for a Virginia. and two I brothersil. I

MY A. BYRNE, Beach announce the arrival of a brief !>UIIICmceting and carets: liant and John
By Belles
daughter. Terry Susan Terry's two of welcomes held .
Certified Aid i 1 he club all new com I'un'r.I'' services were .11ieu
older sisters heryl Ann and Alison
ilholic Church Detroit I v
en lo' the urea the I next meeting ( ( in
Audiologist Jeanne have been slaying Engagements of t three local 1 the announcement miuli; by her und curd parly will he held on ,
Specialists In Quality Hearing with their grandparents Mr and belles were announced this week. I piircnls Mr. and Mrs Robert !Sylvester I. I I'ch. 4. for inlormilion or Irani1porlnlion. Mr ;and Mrs Robert Bush olDenville I

Aids Batteries Ear Molds and Mrs. Alton Phelps at their homeon The engagement of Lynne Frances 1ft Ridge-wood! C Trek. Mr. call 7M mi I or ?Jh. N. J.J are guests at the :
I Drive
ighthoiisc I_cary to William Joseph Henson is Mr. Mrs 74". Ranch
he ol' and
( !son Jupiter
Repair of All Makes. Rourke was announced by Mrs Fdward Henson ol Richmond Ky. -- .-.-. .. --.- __ ____. I any

107 Atlantic Ave., H. Pierce Mr and !Mrs Ch.lrJcWankcr.. June Lear. Second Street her I He attended M.idison High; I In SIIURI SMIIISIIMMIK' lOlKNVMINT' .rr y,
(Opposite St. Lucle Bank) who summer on the South Shorein mother Richmond and employed) at t
I (Nov. 1. April" 30)) aw r
Missachusetts have returnedto
HOward Miss Leary is a senior at Jupi Wilbur Plumbing
14035- the Teqiicsla area for the winterJOHNS SMI FISH:: (Women's length division)-Mrs. Gene T.
...! :. .! ter High Schol and a student all Mr and Mrs George Schluoe'l / "
Palm Beach School of Modeling. : mcyer) Tequcsta I. Whicker, Melbourne Bench 'Spray II, Captain

Mr. Rourke is the son of Mr and engagement of their daughter. Eva Ray Young S ft .
Mrs John J. Rourke Robert Drive Ruth to Robert C. DiVicrc, of "All n'iHIen': (! length; division) Dr Robert I L

and is an employe of RCA. Ha West Palm Beach Berger irtlesville. Pa.. Cartune," Captain I owe -

r q 4 r graduated from Morgan High f Miss Schluscmeycr is a graduateof I Lllnn H ft. I in
School!, Clinton Conn., and from
Palm Beach Junior College No Jupiter High School and ul- I' BARRACUDA; R, S. MeCiahec, Pun Ciillic', kll'pt'rII. a

wedding date has been set. 'tended Palm Beach Junior College ." Captain I I.. Buck 2' |hBOMFO tM s

lo-Ann( Sylvester, another Jupi- Mr DiViere the son of Mrs : Bruce Sullivan kissimmec "Maryhob III."
Victoria Dcfalla ol' New York asa
let High School senior, is engaged graduate of '1 riMy. I'auling Captain Bob Scnmsher I IS Ib 1 f>t
t Henson
10 according to School, Patting N. 1.. and attended CHANNEL BASS; E. R. U>rolf. I I'reenonl' Ohio .. 21 lh K or.DOI ,

the University of Virginm, \ I'MIN: Earl Burbank Omuhu. Neb, "Spray II."

FUNERAL HOMER : I A June wedding is pl.mned at ('.apt Ray Young H Ib LUHR'S JERSEY SEA SKIFFS
the C Church of the Good Shepherd. lACk nUVAll: 11: Manuel Wright Detroit I

l AirCbflflITJtrt"Chap lt! late Teque'sta Maryhob.' III", (.'UIllIiln..h Scrim her .. .... 23 lb.I i "The Idl'alloat for Florida II'aters"WOOD'S

I I IOatorl I MANGROVE: ,SNAPPER: A. M Newhold.' Stuart... 3 'Ib.
/Jlankl'llSl1ip./l all
RFD SNAPPI: Carl Siebert, Jensen Bench. "Big

CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS Wedding, Was Held Diy," Captain lode I Iii II,. I COVE

Licensed funeral Directors ViSIT OUR FOUNTAIN SEA TROUT: George Donovan Jensen Beach 10 lh 4 oz

1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD. STUART For Your Fnoriu Drink daughter M Iluul.1 I ol Mr.Bruce and Mrs.Blunkcnvhip William. SIlEp&mAD: Hugh L: !Sheppard Sliiurt 9 lb. I IJ AT THE F.\SI END OF 1IIR PALM (Try BRIDGE

e WC SERVE LUNCH 1. Blankcnship, whose home SNOOK Amanda kmdig Osccolii ml I II lh R 07.1 PHONE STUART, ARM CODK; 305, 1[I.. 287-129

Telephone AT 7.3434 STUART DRUG CORP. historic Taylor' Grove at' the heal-I" I SPEC"kill I D PtRCII: Ronnie k uiPuhokee" Mb See Our Good Used lloatsChevrolet's
waters ol' the nxahalchce I I
Loud. C rl.ri. Da.l AT lU
1 WAII()()' Paul A, Walker Hobe Souiul! KS lh
C 23-Hour Ambulance Service e Oxygen Equipment THe REXALL STOa 1Its0 became the bride of Lawrence W
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Hall Jr. in ceremonies at Wagg
-- --- Memoruil Methodist Church
.Mr Hill is the son of Mrs '

Grace Hall. Andros Drive Palm/

The bride given in marriage b\
.O her father wore a full-length gown

of lace over satin Her elbow a
length veil was held In place b\
a satin headpiece and she curried a

pink and while' roses
I Rev. J. R Crook Jr officiated,

at the ceremony which took pluci /
v before a while floral iirchwav t/

-.res. 'eawvwaw,. t ta
Chamhcr Coffee Is ,

On January 18th

Jupiter TeqllC\t3 Chamber "I, I ;
Commerce will, hold its monihh L 51 ) 1

c coffee: on Jan I IX at Tcquesi.

Country Club.
John Remain chairman of' (Ih,

Palm Beach County School Board

will talk on public: schools He will
be introduced by Pat Snow Jr
Mrs Joseph Boucher Philailel'

phia Drive has recently taken over

the corresponding' secretary's "po'I i
lion for the Chamber of Commerce

replacing Mrs Bottc Whilacre

for homes that need +TRt ,

electrical "PEP-UP" S %jPF/P y j AtyCE STOPpaying

If you wipect tha you house fuffer

from Ima Ilaturpoweq better call your

Electrical Contractor for a free wiring I / l high! insun

( e
check-op. i ance costs .
new low-cost quality delivery truck !
t 0wFi I $3o 08
and plenty of handy iwitrlm and! nutleuyou'D 1 O'1l' AIM HIS This Introduces you to Chtvy-Van-our new economy and out. Certain sections are treated with hlgh-zlne-

U i'' S LOIN On Your Hume content others with an aluminum-wax
reaDy enjoy the convenience, / I delivery truck. primers;
of better electrical d P C S 3,200 On Your Content It has a low price tag, over 40 tq. ft. of completely preservative.
economy and efficiency/ 1 u1 S 3.200 Theft Coverage front and windshield Is big flat practical one-piece unit.
I usable flat floor TA ft. long, the engine up The a
living! now and In the aB-eleLtric future. I : ftl oyts / II S 1.600 [lint Expense a lot of quality features which make it a better buy. The big 90-hp 4-cylmder standard engine is more
$25,000 IJablllly CoverageS
I The body and frame-floor are welded together. The powerful than some 6s, yet Is remarkably economical.
I 500 Medical: Coverage .
$ 250 Property Damage truck Is strong, rigid, stable. Doors are doubie-wall If you need more power, Chevy-Van offers a 120 hp six
construction at extra cost. Side doors and rear windows
$ 50 GUwe' Coverage
has unusual resistance to rust also cost extra.
plus additional covet'agmWtNT Chevy-Van .'f.', .'i.-" ,''' Chevrolet. Which
and corrosion. Especially vulnerable areas Last but not least it's a

I 1 TO KNOW MORF7 such as front stepwells/ are galvanized. "4tirr nvrntiwtn means that it Is built to work for you a longtime

1r CALL NOW Sealers are used at all critical joints Inside coir ruse at minimum coat.

..- ReardonINSURANCE Telephone/ your Chevrolet# dealer about Cfi y/-Von or any type of Irvcld

1'diWJ-ao ame1ess AGENCY

5 m tcefrw 9frmmrmrftr roes AT 7-3262

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THURSDAY, JANUARY: 16 1964 Reporter Tells .,u- : :. ,.. .

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Published! every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard, 'InstantaneousEscape'Story \

Stuart Martin County. Florida

Entered as second-class mail mailer at t post office It Stuart Florida



AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS our fiftieth Anniversary Edition of last week f1 ,, '/, ,
(and! wasn't that whopper\ !) I find myself! '
.. GORDON LOCXWOOD. Publisher ERNEST: P. LYONS, Editor still In the mood for recollections }':

LARON H. CAIN, Adverting Manager : ; .

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4 50 per year: two years &OMLWHPRE I should have gotten in my ',',,f' ?

S8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) inslanlaneous jail escape story, involving thut -:{' 1

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year. t two years $9.50, tight-hearted desperado! uby Mobley. Sometime
Six months $275 three months $ i 1.75. in the curly 1 (urines. I don't remember

Foreign and Canadian rules on application exactly when uby I had shot up the downtown ,,' I;: > > .
area of Vero Beach and had been locked
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up in Marlin County stockade! on some trumped -

The 'Bird of Hope' Always Flies up. charge!: or other 'I'.i

I THE STOCKADE' was wooden wall top

ped with barbed wire out behind the courthouse .
Just Ahead of Wave of Time1In
with tome, wooden shacks in it and .1 i

main security cell made out of concrete blocks
Sheriff Riley Christensen said! "NI dice'!" whenI !
: reviewing our .Fiftieth Anniversary Leli-: for our thilditn. for J job opportunities for them )
lion of last week-and thlIIk10; all of you here in flinch" ,. 'for hitter schools, better I asked permission to go in and interview ,
: who have congratulated us on it--it has Ml homes setter roads nnd-always-a better L.uby-I I guess he figured I I11' going ID bring i ,

.. un abiding impression on (hose of us on The way ol life for everyone. him in a saw or something

News staff who compiled il Out bird ol hope" always fluttering in a

: First and foremost ,is I he fact that Lush, the future\ c.ills on Uto gel St I ucic Inlet HE NOT ONI.Y told' me hut he also told! I s jI j
and hard work ahead of all did the jailer an old! gentleman who used to sit in 1<
hope go attornphshmcnls deepened! Ins( it filly years ago; these
: The bird of hope i is constantly birds" of foresight never give up): wheels\ a rocking chair: just outside the stockade After I I

flying ahead of the wave of lime," as human over our ocean island and asks "When are Riley left I complained to the jailer: "That

: aspiration leads the way for whit is to come you !!going lo make a line resort of this?', it dumb sheriff doesn't even I now who\ I am."

.. from the beginning, when the pioneers sees the need for new bridges! spanning the SiLIICIC Then with a touch of genius I reached into ,I

(killed up these rivers and carved out the pineapple t to open up all that residential waterfront my vest pocket and pulled out my HonoraryFirst

fields from the virgin wilderness, build! on the North I Fork, it flutters ahead of our I Lieutenant Stuurt Fire Department badge

: ing their palmetto shacks and! doing without so communities calling on them to forget their and flashed it in front of the jailer's eyes The JhNSEN BR1IML:, now a causeway) was first 1 built m the boom fishing for sea trout, pompano and snook Jensen Bridge fishim

much that we today consider! as necessities sectionalism unit join for the tourist promotionof old gentleman, jumped! to .intention, grabbed of the Twenties Ravaged b\ successive hurricanes, the old wooden brought many a tourist and permanent resident the area and ""hi

(here wan the hope that they would build bitter all Martin County. his keys and! took me back into Luby's concrete span has now been replaced h\ .1 i modern causeway. but while it regulars" produced! surprising catches.

homes, decent schools in which to give their It ihOlh a 'community bird" and a den. lasted it was famed for providing more than a mile of wonderful

children a proper education, churches to meet 'pirson.il bird" It guides those who hope ---- -----.. -- -- .. .
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their spiritual needs, roads to open up the that they will have hippy retirement years WELL, I got my story all right, and it was
country. here; those in the. North who are planning to even a better one than I had hoped for. While to our workers in Florida The should have known. I have been tory of this area magmficcnth I

They and thl'ioO'ho\ came after them did nuke this their home in a yeur or two, the giving me the low-down on the various injustices ( TERSI TO THE1EDITOK current reporting period ihows collecting material on those shipwrecks enjoyed reading the many articles!
many of those things and we today their inheritors business men who have invested their all in ( he had! suffered recently, Luby said: "You that there were 19000() fewer reported for years but that is the by you and by the early rcsulenis
still look ,ahead with and wok I II injuries in IVS.itcly-3 than best fint-hand story yet I have since I knew so; many of then;,
hope our future, the young I'eorleho are working are a pretty good! fellow; I will give you a I
lor the comparable period in 1962 of the ,
Republic as it part are doing a tremendous
pictures pi
with faith that will do even bitter things. slake and for So he reached the side of
we trying to save a hoping trying !scoop over to in spite of a 28OIK) increase i in ly sunk, I have the story of Frank in advertising our county and III
Before there was a public library or u hitler lives the wall mill jiggled! out a block pulled loose The opinion: expressed are those Florida's work force. Terry of the W D. Anderson of helping with i every worthwhile

.. fine modern hospital, modern bridges! a four. No one can tell what the. future will bring, another one and then a third! 'Just one more of the writer. It desired, ,loiter I The I International Association which he was\ the sole survivor. Do protect So we are grateful for the

U.ned US I, or even such accepted good but so long us "the bird of hope" in the form to go" he said showing me a wcll-wor.i teaspoon are printed above a non de plume of Accident Boards and Commissions you have a picture of him, ? Stuart News

things as treated water supplies or abundant! of human aspiration is flying ahead, things "and! I will be free as a bird again." but never the without of The the Newt writer knowing Letters adopted the Florida programas 1 am drooling over those pictures Edward Mapp

: electricity, there was faith and work. Nothing look pretty good. sent name in anonymously are filed an international safety project of the trade boat the St.

that happened here came easy Nothing With faith hope and 1 hard work all good, NEXT" MORNING-we were still operat in the waste basket.-The Editor for the t new year and, of course, Lucic and! the ittahoochec Do LRfiFSRF: \ TO
: (that will happen here Is going to conic easy things eventually occur-although some take ing a daily at the old Stuart News-Ed Men. our, state t l will participate, i : in the )you think the owners of them SPONSOR! ARTS

We hope and! work for college educations longer than others ninger rushed! up to my desk and yelled Luby IIIVISK YOU BILL guidance!9Safcty-4 of our campaign advisory! under committee the would made allow me to have copies' Editor Stuart News:

Mobley has escaped'! Get the story!I" I calmly Editor Stuart; Newt: composed of representatives The writer, who has been a re" .
reached into my drawer pulled out three or I would like to take this opportunity from management labor, Your Historical Edition is very dent In (this area for the past. soar'
govern wonderful, The in front of
four typewritten sheets and gave them to him. to lay "Congratulations" to ment and insurance. This supply or so; a.ks several questions md
"Here's the story, ready for the machine" I you and the entire staff for publishing will he kicked off at the thirdannual program the Orator Gator down here was offers a suggestion.
Tragic Accident Put Us 'in the News such an outstanding 'Fif exhausted at once and no more to
I said tieth Anniversary Edition" of the < Florida Industrial! Safety be had My neighbor is just beg Why have other counties grown
Conference to be held Feb. 9, 10 for and! developed to such dimension
ging a .
Stuart News. It was one of the copy
LUIIY WAS not a bad fellow although he finest detailed of thehistory and I II I at the George WashingtonHotel I do hope we can get up there leaving Martin County 'so far he.
'Air Highway Rail' Twist
Through in Jacksonville hind What have the
occasionally consorted with some pretty tough i area that' I have within the next week to pick up citizens
companions I remember one night driving ever aJfthi pleasure" of reading i Your continued I cooperationwill all our copies Don t think I overlooked -individually and collective!) ,"
he appreciated: t as of us members of the Chamber; of Con
\ It U not good to be "in the big news" and what was felt was taken away. down with him to the old hang-out in the May 1 wish to you and everyone comhine our efforts to DO MOREIN proud. "my section I am very mcrce-for the cultural enhancement .
It what Is called ." this cabbage swamp east of Gomez and I suddenly associated with the Stuart News I9SAFETY-4 Your help is of this .'
A motor faltered, a charter airplane dipped was big new Congratulations! state t: in general 'mUw
I sheared off the tops of pines, crashed tragic Incident which occurred at Martin County reuli/ed when wn (got In the place, packed to another fifjy.ycars of success and invaluttbl* in making Florid a Sincerely -.1 .: ,AH ty-jrt, pjrucufir? Or jr,

.. ..i.' through a power line, hit a truck and! carried Airport at I II:30: list 1 hur II.IY morning.The the rafters with whiskey hams, that what his happiness safer place to live work and! play. Bessie! W DuBois. they interested only in real cslu
buddies! were toting wcrcnt typewriters but My best personal regards as Sincerely or the commercial the
it off AlA onlo the railroad embankment then national news services burned up the wires Jupiter aspects
tracks of the Stuart all afternoon for machine guns Brrl Even reporters should always Worley Brown possible industrial development\
both to Thursday asking
sprawled burning across
draw! the line somewhere William E. Owens, Chairman. AM J \H: THINK IIIK the job-creating enterprises'This
f details and for Florida! ban
l' pictures papers Representative Florida! Industrial I I
f .
FFCTwo young men, the pilot and the co-pilut, nered! the dramatic accident on their front Commission, Dear Mrs DuBois: is an appeal to all ti\u
ONE OF THE most inhuman' stones I W. were proud of >your section I minded people of this area to u,I iki
\ went quickly to their deaths in the flaming Jo:. W. OU'ITON IN Tallahassee Fla. ,
pagesWhat too. The wonderful stories to the fact. that from all ohs
"' ever reported was a chain gang riot out at and up
J wreckage, us rescuers pulled injuied! Vernon made the. news big'? here were PRAISE OF UIIION
Indiantown! about early Jupiter and! sits appearances, t the awareness
The of the chain have
countless other accidents! that days gang APPKFtUIISMWS : pictures I
Skelton, the truck driver, from the wreckage on mine dayin Editor Stuart News life and .
hut : on the Indian:", River in the appreciation of the arts is nonexistent
disappeared, back the old
of his machine and rushed him lo Martin which many or more people were killed in camps they It was pleased! no end! when my COVERAGE: : : paddle-steamer! days were invaluable They have been missing ,
used to he chained to master chain
Memorial Hospital. but apparently the combination of "air, highway a together copy of the Jan. 9 Stuart News Editor Stuart News: contributions, the opportunity of making t hi s
5 : Fire trucks. from Stuart, Salerno and and! Mil' was whit created "(he news on wooden benches and when they wouldall came today You deserve great Thinks to The Stuart News for Mrs John E. Taylor, Stuart county one of the cultural art ten
the Sheriffs whang that chain in unison it was a blood. credit for the job 've done andI the fine of ten of Florida
t Martin County rushed \to scene appeal" you coverage you gave Major daughter the Walter Kitchmgs,
deputies, Stuart police, Civil Defense officials I atal accidents are worth only a paragraph curdling sound !Some. poor fellow was in the I want to express my pride in your Bundy's recent speaking engage has the original of the old! "Merchant The talent m the arts. dr.lI11I.i
gathered quickly, diverted traffic, bent lo or two of type; to demand public ul- sweat-box out in the hot stockade yard pleading editorial perfection understanding! : ments in the area ," the trade boat picture and and music is available for this
\ the grim job of extinguishing the fire with\ tendon these days there must be freakish for "Water! Water! Water!" A guard took you have in the past and present Mrs. Marjorie Homlar. Mrs Mary Tauhe of Jensen Beach idealistic! venture All it rcqiiirts '
: foam Crowds of curious stood on the railroad angles. involved. a pitcher of ice water out and poured it in the and! your fine sense as to "whatInterests" Port Salerno his originals of the Chattahoo-- I leadlf\hip-aomeone to t t.l.i e

tracks watching a battle which had no point We can go a long lime without anotherono white sand in front of the sweat box 'There's people chic" and "St. I Lucie" as well as the initiative by getting the prolo\
ambulance rolled! like thill.I )your water," he said My story, and others like You have often been kind! to me MRS DLTtOIS OMMINIS: many other excellent pioneer shots sional and business people t together ).
As the fires cooled, an up
in your editorials regarding ON NlvtRS\RY.EUIIIO: ; taken in 1898
: it,, helped end that. my and start the \ball rolling This
movies. so I am trying to tell you Editor Stuart News: Your copies are reserved for should be a countywide! allruistic '"

THE YOUNG reporter is always in a hurryit how I feel and what everyone else I can't tell you how much John you hut regretfully, although wepublished project, non-partisan and non.
who reads your paper are all think and I are enjoying the Historical 1.(KX) extras above our I II political, and not for the bcniM '
lakes learn be
experience to that
I : Here's a Chance for Russia To Try too fast 1 had. two or three cases you can where ing at in this Stuart time especially Martin County anywhere just Edition skimmed Of course through so far there we have is I regular exhausted 6,000( by run Thursday, the edition!afternoonand was profit individual or glorification or group of The any entire one '

people were drowned or killed and! I got to Florid.(, and! yes the hole U. S. we regret! that we have had community has much to -
to gam
their homes before their families had received Yours sincerely, enough reading keep us occupied hundreds of requests which we linancially .
spiritually and
Our Method Get It from Posterity for some time to come culturally, yes
i ; ; word.. No more of that please. E. W. Dutton 1 read your story on The Delights have been unable to fill : too

/ of Boyhood in Stuart, out lryons. Jensen Resident
ANOfHER thing I learned the hard way is: '\NNOUNOS CAMFtIGNI : loud to John and I wish could Ernest
t that Khrushchev his been 'living his you
The Central Intelligence! Agency nays on gold reserves 19-S UtlY-4: : I The Editor
never make fun of people in printVe silly have heard his comments He knew
(Russia is in "dire economic straits" and! may for the past several years.; now needsto
human do ridiculous and Editor Stuart News: 'Phronie Cleveland The
beings things you cart too. buz- QUOTABLE QUOTES
: have ask the West for financial aid borrow to keep the Red economy going THVNXS MUSPVPIRI : -
lay the readers! in the aisles with the foibles On behalf of the Florida Industrial I zarels; l in the school water tank
The dIA. declared that the Soviets are Borrow from us1 Why sure, why not1? and follies of their fellow man but there always Commission and the Florida ..1 brought memories of reaching the I SPKIVL LDIIION "There is a new drink called

going to have to borrow two billion dollars We've already authorized the Export-Import comes that lime of reckoning when the. Industrial; Safely Advisory Committee I, life Saving Station with his tongue Editor Stuart News: Foreign,ide, the refreshment that

: to purchase machinery and equipment to build I 1I.lI1k) to step in and provide! credits on wheat unfortunate fellow wrote about is standingin I want to express our thanksto I h.lnlling'ut only to find a dead I Wish to express my appreciation i never pauses"
their much-heralded fertilizer industry and that sales to the Red Hloc, as well as suhsidizmj! front of desk you "What made you and! your newspaper for the I possum in the cistern The. first and to congratulate you and your Brookville ((0) Star
such titles to the tune of about seventy-four your help given, us through the 19-5.lfo- reporting job at the boat yard was staff of workers for your wonderful
cents a bushel that comes out of the American you.write this about me.? ty-* campaign I the best yet and John just howled Fiftieth Anniversary tdition "\\ hat this country needs I is "mother '
Farms taxpayers pockets \\c believe t that t l9Safety-J We knew the Guntcrs quite well I Having been a resident even before holiday-a day set aside to'
Collectivizing IN A LIFETIME of reporting, I am also contributed most significantly lo Imagine you being on hand at the paper was e\t.lbli\hcd. 1 II I I celebrate having survived t h e
: Was a Dismal Failure \\c hope no hard-head! comes along and impressed by another fact: that most people the reduction of disabling injuries the sinking of the Republic. II can say that you covered the his I I other."-Okecchobce News.

suggests! that the Reds! follow the American destroy their own reputations long before they ---- --._ -
The Opportunity, Wash, Herald notes: policy of borrowing from posterity and! never become the subjects of unfavorable newspaper

: "lt will came as a surprise to many we paying anything on a debt that grows more publicity

know, that long ago, before World! War I, astronomical year after year Drift Away from the Constitution Leading Old Fashioned AmericanAlmost

i Czarist Russia, in a favorable. harvest t year, It would probably be more than the world' IF YOU WONDER why most metropolitan

exported! 10.000000( tons of grain. Soviet could! stand for both systems lo go bankrupt newspapers are full of juicy bits, scandal. To More and More as much excitement was created
Dependence on Washington by a speaker at one of our Ivy League inn
: propagandists native and foreign, have taken at the same time and crime: or neur-crime involving unsavory vcrsities the
: pride in pointing up a contrast between progress characters it is because these persons are fair day as was occasioned III'
communism and the culled! times past by the discovery of Piltdown! flan
under so- game They have lost t the shielding immunity
(Scotland Neck. N.C.. Commonwealth) dreamers who\ in seeking to achieve their aims, and the Cardiff! Giant.
: hopeless backwardness piecommunist times of good reputations Your own good reputeis
.a.. But the. record export figure/ of IO.OO.OO) () ) () We Hope SuggestionWill your best protection against cureless slanted It was Chief Justice John Marshall who have apparently been willing lo abandon! entirely Though some error or another, instead ,",
Get Results more than", a hundred years ago said: "No the safeguards of the Constitution a leading! Communist si
: or Egghead! Thinker.
tons of grain has never been equalled in forty on or cruel newspaper publicity simply because r i
I' six years of Soviet rule---and this year it seems Navigation Park Land) )you have something that could! be. damaged political dreamer was ever wild enough to Woodrow Wilson! when he was President a plain Old Fashioned American got on un
likely that the Soviet will have to import grain think of breaking down the lines which separate tackled the matter from another angle. He lecture program.

't' to a total of 10,000,000 tons or more Collective The resolutions by Martin County Commission \\E CANNOT hurt the main who\ getstossed the stales, and compounding the" American believed wholeheartedly! in the Constitutionand He started off by stating that he believedin
people unto one common mass in the manhood of man and he warned God the Bill of Rights and the Consliu"
farming seems no more efficient than docs! to Governor Tarns Bryant urging in the jug every weekend, who has been
j nulionali/ed industry up before the judge for nonsupport time and Well, if Chief Justice Marshall were alive against any weakening. President! Wilson said: tion on which this nation was founded. 1 Hi

.... that Honda! Inland Navigation District surplus again; who is a dead-beat regularly appearing today he would be utterly dumbfounded by "If any part of our people want to be wards said that he believed in the free enterprise

1 r lands be retained for slate parks was a in small claims court; and no matter what folks the extent lo which some of the men in the if they want to have guardians over them, if system was against creeping Socialism, thought'

All photographs reproduced! in The Stuart sensible- recommendation! like that do they can expect fair and impartialnews White House and some of those in Congress they want to be taken care of, if they want everybody-including the government hl
have succeeded in down the lines to be children the Government to live within their means and their hon
News are by 1 he STUART NLWS: staff union The FIND commissioners have taken the treatment patronized by pay
which separate the states; otten with the urging I am sorry, because it will sap the manhood of est debts "There isn't any 'something lor'
Otherwise credited. stand! that they cannot turn over surplus spoil "
THE/ "PEOPLE we arc afraid! of are the of the people themselves, who have been America." nothing, he said "and personally I'd ratherbe
I lands! lo the slate for public park use, but that dead than Red."
good people the fine, outstanding! men and \\iI1inl/through/ the years to abandon their responsibilities Well President Wilson probably would! be
these lands will have to hf 'bought all over as citizens and let the Federal The student council finally realized thai "
J women of the highest character in our community surprised if he were alive today at the degreeto
I again" by the taxpayers if used for such Government take them and the bills. had a controversial figure on the
purposes Every so often a whisper reaches us over pay which the people have become: wards of the program
t. The Stuart Newfulnillh photo prints About the and led him away before he could do an'
that one of these! fine persons is doing wrong that he assisted in writing Government
of sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture They were acquired by public cast money And )you know what we doe: \ hope it will the tenets of the Democratic Party Thomas The thing about it is that it it no laughing more harm. He was, however> an object ol
taken by the NEWS staff for a charge of $2.00 and should hcbng to the public. Jefferson said that total trust was not to be considerable curiosity In his brief appearance
but serious
go away matter a situation. It is not
Af for the first print and $1.00 for any additional placed in mankind He phrased it like this very a on the campus, proof that hit species, once
situation which be checked!
$, ordered! from the same negative at the : can by talk but abundant{ \ on the American had! not
; print Let continent,
no be
AND YOU know what: moot of the time it more heard of confidence in man. it is one which can be checked by action. The
same time; larger sizes by special quotation Congress hu approved! a $10,000) a year does but bind him down from mischief by the chainsof people through their votes and the Congressmen entirely disappeared.iflmg .
Stuart News employees wilt not take photographs "
pay raise for Congressmen. The rest of the the Constitution.
the which
through power they exert, owe
1 columns except of The for Stuart the newt News and advertising! country is asking: "Whoever heard! of a Congressional Variety is something you cannot afford Well if Thomas Jefferson were alive today Jt to the American people t@] put } check-reiA '% to' abandon all self! -relianca: by the

seat going vacant because the pay without putting in plenty of monotony to pay he would see how the chain of the Constitution on those in executive power "who" la order to people and all vestige of independent government

: "" r ---'" was too low?" for it. have been bent and broken by political achieve their own personal political idea are by the stales

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Till MlKI' ((1 hNlJal111 IMIMd nI l.wn.n Ili 1964 5.C
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! Tells 1 low Flakier) ) 'Almost Made Point Into Palm Beach' .- Charming Homes-Superb Location. .

New York Times Writer Sees Our Section i

As' Gold Coast Extension; Growth Due I Bahama Terrace

I lo build a bridge hack to the mainland owned b\ Senator Pviirosc! : onetime from Stuart to Sew ills Point and
City Water | at a point south of Stuart political boss ol Pennsylvania I then on to Hul.hlOhOIhllnJ..
However because of was the scene of .1 i meeting of The cost of ye'er.J hundred thousand
To BeachesA I, from owners of pineapple plantations Republican leaden to discuss, the dollars. will be borne partly by HOMES TODAY!
that reunited the election owners nave
-the fruit was an important campaign property ccthat
1 | crop here then-Mr. Fl..glerUS ol Warren G Harding in I' been wailing' for water they
'BigMove'An rebuffed: in his' plans The plantation 1920 can go ahead with' plans for construction .
I owners. objected to the rail. \\hen the bridges to Mutchinsor I including motel and a
I road running through their properties Island were built a lew years co-operative apartment building F
t tIce article ty C E Wright in ico. it was thought that the il'land. At Jensen Beach. an old wooden .
the Jan. 5:' edition of The New As a fCull.Ir.! Flaglcr constructed one of the largest undeveloped bridge over the Indian. River Ic A
York Times called our area the. I the railroad from Jensen oceanfront! section along Florida Hutchinson Island is being replaced .
Cold Coast Extension' and predicted Beach directly, south t o Stuart s cast coast l. would quickly be t by a modern bridge and causeway -
that the Stuart region" ap where the tracks still go through come a resort area. But this. did to cost ihout $*X!),(MX). 1 he
pears headed! for expansion the cil)'s main business section not happen. new bridge will nave; fishing spans w
Commented Wright under a The distance between Jensen Beach The reason! was the lack of potable along the side Parts ol the causeway n ,rI
I Stuart dateline: and Stuart is about file miles. water A few wells were sunk have been completed
This area of Florida is only for. Mr. Flagler reportedly had plansto bet they could not jio deep without The highway situation on the
I tv-five miles north of Palm Beach, develop this area. into the type striking salt water The only island itself hIbeen improved'
hut it is as different from I that of resort that Palm Beach later solution was to import water viaI b)' the construction of u new AIA
lush resort "island! as .it can possibl : became He already had built hotels I Stuarts Water Department but This highway will, extend eventually
> be, However .its future seems at St Augustine and Ormond i the more than 100 property own from the north end of the island i it .i Ll _w. wow
to he heading toward the kind of I Beach Thus the Stuart-Jensen : en on the ililndere not able to [ into St! I acme County, I the
development! lh.it has transformed Beach region lost its chance to become agree on a financing plan Fort Pierce area but that portion
mans other sections of the state I a part of the Haglcr empire For severalcars.. IHitehinson has not yet been" built
As one old-inner put it recently and its world of society as Island has remained almost t h e \\hen that section h a'Cn"- ., ._. .
I ,, this area may be headed for I exemplified by the development of sole possession. so far an use is completed and the bridge over "TI
what is termed "I he logical north 1'01111lIeuch.. The Gold Coast, in concerned of birds and surfellI'ing the !Sebastian Inlet, now under construction IE W1LLIAMSBURG"Two
ern extension of the f.lbuloujolJ I'I its original/ sense. has extended no fishermen Other attraction I also hIl1cen completed
Coast:' A bit of history unknownto farther north than Hobe Sound include a bathing beach for publicuse it will he possible, to dn\e southward Bedrooms
many Florida visitors and for.gonen : situated/ about twelve miles southof : Ihe I Mouse of Refuge former from Cocoa Beach to Stuart *
by many of in residents, is Stuart Coral Guard station that is owned will onl' one slight detour to U One B.thCnrporte 14,500.
that this region might have been Stuart has become )known to and operated b\ the Mirtin County S. I at tort Pierce
the Palm Heath of Florida' hid I Honda visitors because: of its Mo- Historical Society AII public
Henry M. Flaglcr received a more gin/ as the sailfish capital' and museum and the Elliott Museumof In u new home movie projector
cordial welcome! when he was constructing to boatmen as the starling point the \\ h'CI. 1 he last named was there are no reels no threadingof
his railroad down the I of the Okeeehohcc) ('fOSloIle built I) a few years ago through the film and no sprockets) 'The ,
cast coast Unfortunate!)'. the magnate \\ .itcrw.i>. The canal passes ,I generosity/ of Harmon P. Llliott film i I i is encased in a cartridge
ran ;into strong opposition. 'I through I Lake Okeechobee en route inventor and manufielurer of office which i is inserted in the machine,
In the 1840s) Mr Haglcr pro to the iloosahalchec RiCr.llIlh I appliances I ---- -
I posed: to extend the line from Jen- I ends at..I'orl M\crs I Another mmulicUircr ol olliceappliances. ;to '.:.!.. :. PINES
- sen Beach down Sewalls Point' along Stuart was settled by homesteaders James Rood l. pertly I developed '-"" 'II<\'
111 peninsula that ends where in the I 1880s! Before therailroad : a revolt and residentialarea : ;: I ;.f f ( Stand Tall
'1\1\ the St Lucic and! Indian Rivers carte through they got at the south end of the i isI a ;
lob meet: from there he was going their supplies by boat and they I.UK.1.) served by u deep artesian I 1'--'n]''[In Florida'sFuturel, r
I r"l'l
m themselves came here Ih.11ay.. wellNow A AI
uklho. Tops In Design Stuart hIS remained "an old to\\n" ]. a public utility company l..JJ.iJ !
by Honda standards. but this. situation has agreed to build water mains I I N
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seems to be 11,11I110 change.
ActualK. the change slirted a i
1s 1
I" KINGSIGNS lew ears ago when bridges and "J:
cau'cwavere built over the St .' ,
Lucie and Indian Rivers to Hutch. \. : 4
mson Ilun.J.hich extends lor !
: about fifteen miles between Fort
. .
Pierce and Stuart the Atlantic
."r Ocean is on one side of I the island II YORKTOWN"Two
Sd and the Indian River is on the
: :
>n Between the Indian River and
Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399 ) Baths $16 900.'I't
the St Lucic River is Sewalls O
I Point which has remained 7 .
1re ----- -- -- a quiet
i high-class residential.. district ,il- ( jai-age/!
though the new bridges have made
it a little less isolated I In times_ t rI :'

red Ladies.doy'ouhave past Us winter residents have m. "47i.4! I ,.,.,, ...I ,., I, J
eluded some nationally known "

,IIt d a knuckle problem figures ( ... .. ''' ..." .. 'to., .... w. ,.. ', t. .. I ,'f' it'. ,A .I >.
the old'reMden '
One thai 1 '
, ol e' cep \\ ) <#If'
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etc with ? .....-. ...... ;'",," .'f'ot''j. -I'\J"\ ..'H" 111 .1... L"
'DO AHDfgf.'ringrt. Salon >: -..

scif t i
a w trouble FINGERFifk {i J of 'r

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n e S ilim ill Pi Muly ever
k.uekt.aaa clout. ,lock. Two I Baths 19900.
e Ruf flu mm writ will over twist Ity

r Rhoads & Son Now FeaturingPedicures i::

e ; (KARID: *: VN SU/\NM.: .; CAIIICART recently completed! basic
Orange Ave at Second St.IOKT I Relaxing; Facials' training at the XVomen" Army Corps Fort McClellan. Ala, and
J PIERCE:, HORIIU has been transferred lo I ort Sam I Houston San Antonio Ten.
for medical training She Is it graduate, of Martin County High'
I Jewelers fur 183 lean School I960) and Indian River Junior College. 1962 She has *
just returned after u short Christmas leave with her parents Mr.
Member I MOMMY thru SVItRDAY and Mrs Earl itheart Scrcnata Court. Port Si Lucic Her father

American Gem Society I 304 OSthOLA: AT 7.0536 is an instructor of English ut Martin (ounty Junior .High School 4

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I OR, LET'S ALL GO TO THE Two)Pier and Seawall

Bedrooms '

BUICK SPORTS CAR RALLY. Two Many> Bath" 7 500

This Waterfront Home I

.,. F Follow U.S. 'VL mile north of the St. Lucie River bridge

b c .fT"'M. si Turn west at Powell's Diner

1',' ,lt Follow North Shore Drive '/:: mile to Bahama Terrace
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I.:. II I I II I I 1. a Robert H. LearDEVELOPER

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fI Yo' __ f
You uv vou're)pit plain lICk and ttrwJ of pending another dreary LaTf get together lOOn,during our Buick Sports Car Rally-which .;T LuciS, RJViR P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7-0635
;a;; winter 1/1 that car you've got nowf You My 1\U'd Ww a wry very to your chanca: to drive a sporty Skylark Wildcat Rh/Kra.. Have I
t, good bUy1 You',. exactly tile person K'w been looking for a spotting good Bm of MZEYOUI




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6d Tilt STUART (Tlam) H Ttor day lamian 16,, ?HM c,,,,. 1 I'''>2 '' tiimimK, Ii I IKI. I IItrs ." I II
: Plant A Tree I 'in Honda. h.m. ,planted' .,ihomoni

Florida's Production of ElectricityHas i Home Building Section I I mostlv' a i n slash d one pint'halt hillion tommen.nl gees,.'
i *
n-I y' J| On Arbor Day' | planting will continue into March
There are good reasons tor an
I Doubled in Seven-year Period / Arbor Day: people love trees. then
,Ys w y January7 I like, to plant them. Trees provide

> Flcctric power plants in Hori ports nnntlreleased' T hi i i itimounted c I shade, shelter beauty and for.
RECENT BUILDING PERMITS and animals food and protection
mid birds
Plant a tree during -lanuary
I I to Ml cent
(la produced as much tkclnuU 4 1: per gam .
over the f first hull of 1962 and i this year and it will do double
during the first s i \ months of the hai01
war well over I the national increase (JVM: 3-10)) duty! Moreover trees are
1961 as during the full year I l'J hAnd ol f> per cent. I First, for Florida seventyeighthannual the states second! most valuable
location Contractor
twice at much as during! all ol)9M "Manufacturerwho !produce Owner Description Amount observance of Arbor Day industry

I, the Florid Stale 'hamber their own power accounted for Jan, 17; and second, to mark the islandof
City Stuart St Helena has been
ol Commerce pointed' out in its O.9f.OI()(> kilowatt-hour of the Florida newly" Instituted "Tree exile for Napoleon ..i lulu

}Vcckl) Business Review retained total and other manufacturing A. A. hrkett 70.. Cleveland Avenue Non Carport anJ ratio S 700J. Planting Week chieftain, a Sultan ul l Zanzibu,
this week plants Sought 2.541.407.000( ( ( kilowatt Governor Farm Bryant has proclaimed
Total output! of .ill, electric plants .hours. The total of these was J. o.tII M.utln'l Trailer Park Alumera TraiJir cabana 1100( Jan 12-18, Tree Planting and MX) Boer Wu prisonersEVERY 1
4 the BullJinl South Dime Highway ffolllpI' & Song ItImodcl 8,500 \Vetk. urging individuals and civic
in the nu >cant: i I""> I I2tt.75I.( up per cent during six Krueger
000( kilowatt,' .hours ihrough June months. the same as the national John Sadkor Ir. 511 Akn\\! Avenue dJer.Milo .uJ1Uon 1,000 organizations to !plant more trees TIME A
(pf /I9ft .iccordinji to olfcial' re- increase for the. period D L. Wlltlamt 101 D.IJhoa Avenu Aro\loloflOuJ't( AdJitlon 2,700 "to Increase the economic. recreational FOREST FIRE STRIKES I
and aesthetic reOurceof
Use of electricity by commercial -
) establishments Florida mov illarti" County florida." The governor termed
-1 ed up I II I per cent and in the na trees valuable a renewable natural -
Complete tion. 7 per cent Residential use Charita Green! St I.tJcie Inlet Farms None Workshop} ( 400 resource and he cited the increasing u You GETBURNED i

Automotive in Honda was also up t 11 I per cent John A. Herbert South county lino None Garage 500 1 demands for. tree ban I I ,
industry.Floridians !
i expanding
with 8 cent nationally
compared per
Eugene r.JorrJ.'ictt' North River Shore W. II Wagner Rc..illenc UOOO
who plant trees this I
RepairsChason's I Jensen Beach W. R. Rasldcnce 10(00G. ( )
A. O. Drryer Bishop
have native to
"Fuel used in Florida for the year many species I tt
production: of electric power Whiting Jensen Beach Charles Duryea nclo'o carport 2.000 choose from, and a great many' i t
through June last 1 year was made Allen Moors Seagate H..rhor. W. H. Wagner Residcnco 14.000 imported varieties Among the
Garage up of 844.090' ( short ton, ol coal Robert Campbell Savanna heights Tomll\1 & Yurill Rcsldeoc 8,000ilarry South Florida favorites! for Arbor I
(run t II I cent) 9221,141 birrjs :, Day planting are the silk oak eucalyptus : I
Dial AT 7.2311I I per ; Quincy Jensen Beach Tomas; & YuriIJo Addition I.WO: and I
II of oil (fup 1 cent) and 4fi/\. jicwanda Holly.l -- --
I per Salerno Trailer Park Port Salerno None Trailer stab 5KJ
IERV1CK Poe SAFETY O.OOO) ) ) () ) ) cubic feel Of faIII'( cedar, Juniper, sycamore and oak c
4IS-4IS. Soytk F..OT.I HI...., : IX cent), compared with the Nicholas:. Deep Tropical Vista Girlrd: Home Builders RvsiJenco( 5,000 are frequently used at Arbor Day I HeathcoteNurseries \ t

I I'p period \in 1963 j jFURNITUKE \11I.rl, Sign Service hobo Sound None Sign ....... .... planting events in the upper half
--- --. i Nicholas r. Deep Tropical Vi\t: Girard home Bllildert Rc\idcnec 6.000 of the stale I ..r.rI t
At least one Florida women'' I Architect Landscaping. t
A"chnrlf\C Truiler Park Rio Tucker Two trailer Blahs (each) 2O() club will plant its own arboretum' Designed: 1
Oriental A Specialty. 1t
thin with different kinds 1t
year forty
Line of
!Mj' aWr of trees Complete t
1fIt7-I Rl'tirrmelltlome of/ the Week: This year 300( ) Florida gradeschools I Plant !Material.! "Ine Indian r

t tI .*.**-**--.--- .............. : high schools, and junior River Area' Oldest Landscape
I colleges will receive fifty pine seed.I Nursery, Our 38lh Year." Turn v
lungs each from the Florida Forest 1 Right off U.S. 1 at Undslcy
A 3-bedroom Home On A 50-ft. Lot Service for planting on 'e h o o I [ Lumber In Fort Pierce Phone n
RENTALSROWELL {rounds( Most of the schools have I II IlOward 15332. 1f 1
planned special programs and !I
FURNITURE CO.Dial ,# I 'wholesale" planting of trees will N
I be done on Arbor Day with the : HARDWARE c
I The first of PAINTS -
group figures
students themselves lending a hand f
AT 7-0804 We Give Cold Bond Stamps i in the house number represents te' ","' Pamphlets stressing the value of Atlantic 70363S f
j the square feet of liva- u forest have been
conservation -
provided .....
--- ----- -- --- 1 able area in the house' (The schools Also Calv. Pip h
oilier group is an office number .'rI forest I industries t have request made seedling : j tumble| '.....1.... h
INSIST ON THISPOLICY .) According to Jan Reiner trees available to FFA chap-1 I rw c.i t
the cost of building such tern. 4-H clubs and other youth T. Jlnlck n
a house may be reckoned as I
about $10 l per square foot I I groups! I ....'". SuppUeeMolar
i is done
o oI planting trees not |
Policy exclusive I of f land cost For example : of the 8".... Far BUck A D.Owr.Skill. 1'F 1'b
of It safeguards your a house numbered a I solely most dedicate Jouna. Many.wiJders are P..... Cdil. ..a 01....
Title Insurance 93vl I would have 935 sj : sABEDRM I
REAL ESTATE square "* l 2 .""4 C1'""* l_ among Florida's senior citizenry. INDIAN RIVER SALES
feet of livable area and % Any kind of tree !seems O* Tk. Drive 0.. Mil* .NMtk. tlll
TITLE should I cost approximately &&& for the planting: pines eucalyptus proper, I JENSEN BEACHMETAL lln

'r by written contractual $9,3 fo to build o64'4-Z dogwood, magnolia or the Sunshine

I. and stands St ite's official tree, the
undertaking front of it is a 7''i by 23.foot cabbage palm With Florida's lati '
I iij for your' protection as By JAN KFIMR screened porch which nearly doubles BEDRMyaicy tutu .o varied: some types of trees I We Are Worker In Metal

II4, the insurance obligation Home No. 864-42 its floor area while protecl-j ral0, are more suitable in a given local IF WE DON'T 11.WE ITtv'E
lag the interior from the ity than others
C i i Ij of one of the nation's A compact: casy-to-huild three. pusscrshy u For many years Florida has two
bedroom and one-hath home is The 8 by 9-foot kitchen is separated Arbor Days, one observed by I r
largest and strongest the object of the search of many from the dining room by a I schools\ and the other by the State
title insurance prospective home owners; and folding door (sec arrow on plan). I Federation of Garden Clubs It !i :!!.i _
when such a plan fits a S0-foot and there another such door to was in 1945 that the Legislature I I
companies. lot, is this. one docs, then it i is I lie bedroom hall However. families 5/I/4ITCHEN adopted the third Friday in January ?
tlo vutrihv ol' attention. who thcnsh the "open plan' uR'I as Florida's official Arbor Day PLUMBING 1 1ntn
lrovyerll Inwn..Gp.d.. CALL OR SEE The basic house is only 24 by idea, may omit both doors Ihc Tree Day comes this year during & METAL WORKS
1ft led) in sue and yet its living sink (S) it next to the window while I AF the height of I he state's thirty I.. 1.1 ATl.ntlo 7-OIJI Itiurt
un.a: nisi.;" TITLE SECURITY COMPANY dining! room IK 22"i feet wide, the range IIt( ) with hood and tan sixth annual reforestation drive
271 OSCtOLA: AVENUEs boasts two pairs of 6.fool sliding over it is at the other end of the .. ... -- --- - --
7.4332 STUART (ilaxs. doors (with 20 feet of indirect 9.foot.long counter The refrigerator t
s (Aulliorl/rd Agent) light over them) and a 9'1- (RF) and more counter space; LIVINC DININC RM CARPORT
foot-high ceiling Furthermore, in ure on the opposite wall Wall cabinets Ir a.l. t Ia l0d -
-- .
------- --- ---=---- -- ure shown Jolted Incidentally ,
4 a faclory-ni ule stainless steel d2PORCH I
I kitchen center" would fit into ,
this 9.foot space I 1 Tk I Motors Rewound

A 6 by 8.foot screened service
porch with an adjoining 1 by ft- I Home Wiring & Outlets

fool utility room (IUR.) with i I The 3 by 14-foot bedroom hall and stucco on the outside\ All interior I I Water
I washer-dryer and water healer which can he separated from th e partitions are of regular Pump RepairsOPEN
(shown as dotted circle) arc handy living room by a folding door is wood frame and plastered on both ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4
/, 1x to the. kitchen and the carport "caylighlcd"* by a bkydome and sides. The ceilings, also! plastered
Many a homemakcr may find this has two closets The linen closet follow the lines of the. roof whichis
porch a desirable and breezy spot ,ii 42 inches wide The centrally topped with while marble chips
from which to oversea the cooking located heater (H) also heats this and has heavy insulation between D ED
chores and keep an eye> on hall, and ducts to the bedroomscan the rafters Heating may he gator
the laundry A 3-foot closet can either be overhead or under Approximate cost is 59,0110( )
Y he opened from the carport.. the slab. plus the land.
r rA rJ For economy of plumhing instillation The two corner bedrooms, alikein Plans for Home No 864-42
the three fixtures of the size, have three awning windows were drawn architect Jan Reiner
4 by 9-foot bathroom ure hick- and a 5-foot closet each, the third editor r"Florida HIGBEE ELECTRIC
to hack" to the kitchen sink. The bedroom has a 3 foot closet. (Bi- azine.. The( magazine is availuhfe
tub has a shower head over it, the fold doors for nil closets: ) at Vul's Book Shop or by mailing
washbasin is built into a 1.foot- Seen from the street, the 36- SIlo I(XX)-Fifty-second Street, 327 OSCFOI.A AT 7-0744
wide counter (with storage space foot-wide front Is divided into two North, St. Petersburg 10, Fla)

unilerneulh), and! the toilet is the parts: the 8.foot.high porch and ... '.' .,..,, '' ,....... ; ,' /I!.'.', \', \' \''l' '"....,\..., .".,,.',' '''
wall-hung type There is provision carport forming on "L" around the nl''i'rnnriir; ji'i'tI atr. tntnntatnntni" r'i" itnrni I"tn" ''"ini" Inl', i ji,'IUI', rn::;
+ for un electric heater front, and the house itself, which, I
-'- ---
rt with the shed roof (highest at the g
front)) extends above the almost
\ flat roof of the porch (sec picture),
e 1 he lop part of the front-the one FIRST I
v above the porch roof-is finished
-KEYS MADI3- with hoard and bitten siding which
adds color texture and an extra
Lock Combinations touch of interest to this home.
s p- The construction of Home No
Changed 864-42 is as follows the 4inch. I MORTGAGE I

Hello Central NEW LOCKS- thick and reinforced floor slab i ii is -
poured over solidly compacted

Ilobe Sound i fill walls.. and are vapor of hurrier M-inch-thick All exterior blocks C

:1'-l 4 Give Me... 516.4881546.5131 with furring strips (tor rigid insulation n- I I t
v ) and!. pi I.I isti''r:.. on the insider

;, When telephones. looked this way buck In :

tin 1882, you can tot there were plenty of
t v; I people around predicting that this new i+

t s "phone" Idea would never catch on. : r ;" OF STUART

v But phones did catch on. Constantly Improving

h a providing broader service
u4* Today,here in Florida, Southern Boll has w
1n anon than 1,650,000 telephones in opera
v tion. And sItU the planning and, working COMPOUNDED
i j goes on. In 1961 more than $79 million NO ro
( ,' ; 4 will be spent in the state to add new telephone AM wray ft c 5 0 QUARTERLY f

n' 6 jA fuLiliUes and improve Misting one*. IAXDPERSONAL S
i The number of clI.tomOrllCrved will top

j( --r 1,090.000, and some 99.000 phones will be : S a
u 1 .f' installed. By the end of the year Souther i 4i
I. 4 t1 Bell's total investment in Florida will
4" \ reach $762 million

cu These are some of the plan for 1964.Like H you own your home, and are e preferredUk i ON INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES

Florida itself Southern Bell la pledged to driver, you can get eomplet. protection on your RESIDENTS ONLY
j f t 1' progress And we've come a long way horn fire, extended coverage, household con. S FLORIDA

since 1882. tents mobile and Insurance personal all liability In ,ONE plus Peuonal your exltting Cover-All uto- J2 East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart

\. JY Policy, at a Mvlngl 1 ATlantic 7-0122 g

1 a; See your -Am.rlc.nAg.nt ted.ylRrpmtlted
% Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce

byt HOward 1.3160

Southerneell BILL BERRY Agent | JO 2.2300 Vero Beach ;:
..fmwq tsar(Itufwtwl 1945 20th Street -

72S COLORADO AVENUE STUART DIAL AT 7-OTM rl1iV! V.4fcVM,, ,, ,,:.,,mllII : "J U.U f V..U! sU UfU; t'.UUUAU! ; ; U lVJ'>>:.\\1'V.VJ."J.V.U: : : : U


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Just a Ball to Human Missile (' .---. fin sTt \RT (Florida) 'T\\'S:

------------------- ---- ). .- I State Dept. Of Vets'Affairs I thumb!); Jimnur!_It, 194 7iilairs. <

...... I II :\ h,ivc .1 i representative recognized >
Igor Romero Is Real 'Big Shot'Of -. -. .. :, Again Topped Nation in 1963 hs the Wtcr.ms, Admin
'" .. islration lo help ml and rsm
I I Melvin r. DI\\>I1. stale wrote. their widows, orphaned children : them with their problems
:and dependent parents from kc\ I ---- -- --
[ I officer, announces I rout a report
Degeller Amusement Co. y I i West .lo the Panhandle on a I re,
compiled bthe Italic Committee
: on V1lerlln.fflll..... XKlhII i I,, gional Divon and sii\s.national We' continue office level to do

BR \\' MctlL'RE: ft>I"1? 'r't ", s. (ongress, that the Florida I I our best to renter a "r\ue to I loricln -

'idling shot happens to 'some ,. ,_ .; I IaAr. 5. : IVpartment of Veterans AU.'..... I folks second.lo 1"11III the na
folks ma\be 'oj t. the IVMb lion However' what concerns us
once in a lifetime ,i' g.iin\ topped! nation in
this .it shows that
most is report su
Igor Romero gets shot Jio. I (
every 1 representing more veterans .
27.4 cent ol 1 our llondict
das ; ; per n
:" .:., wnkms. and dependents than any crans do not base anot the nutionally
Igor is a Human Satellite" and th, "' 'f; I other single in the nation. I chartered veterans organ
.i.-i. a
has recently I joined the ... ,
\ Dcggcllcr
".1 "'F .. .. nations rerrc-eIiIIOllthel1\\ their
Amusement ,h + ..! I 1 the responsibilities! of the department -
Company now : "
in winter ; cliiims, which .is .1 i shame when
quarters at the M.irtm County ,. t F include assistance to all this service is so beneficial md is
Fairground. Iw, | veterans, their widows, and dependents offered free. Needless to saihii v
II spectacular job consists of : i m preparing and dcxelopmg : we are ) our record as reflected
getting shot out of a cannon some Iroller'I : bv UI'f(
,I" .:1.1111'r\ and attiring"' by per.asnal I II ongrcssional report
150 leet or more into a net. And bill we will not he salls0eduntil
more often than not it happenseven I i .'.iili/iilion representation such hospit-, ; nil of our good I lorula folks, For TheReality
daIf; not before audience r a I P yl ef I vocation: training insur- I
an 1 doing business on their veterans
at least in semi-pnvucy. i, once and any other benefits "r I ._- of)
Thai his job i is spectacular is priveleges which such persons" are i i
obvious from the way the usually ( I nut become entitled b>' reason I You In 1961
impassive Dcggelbr! employes lay I Il\r 1 I their t service m the armed I II Hearing Aids
down their 100or/ quit their I I forces! of the United Slates: I II
painting and housekeeping, and I I the report! reflects. .that 707MX ) ." '' I AU..ISF.ARBU"'O Come
I s (( ) war veterans now permanenlh
pause 10 watch as the little Italian a FAR:
climbs into the barrel of the big reside III I t'I'nI.I. and ("2.4 per. a FMGIASSnonv To .
cannon to await the 'lowering of cent use this state agcnclo proseculc a T\ FE
the boom their claims before I he( Veterans .
IntOHM. A Strvk. FM All M....
There is alwa\s silence and expectation Administration I
.1 i iniong' spectators .1\ Dui," n and his stall' stationedin I PelicanBeauty -
they await the big, bang Alter I t (he hcMtlcjuarlcrs: once, ol: (heNctcrans /i/Sf/COfl
Igor has successfully wrung even > Administration R's"nu'l' @ !
nerve. there is u i Room! followedby Oil ice Building. Si Petersburg, tli qa./ad M Ilea Salon/
a pun of while smoke, tollowed ( oral.' t Ciahles V A... "'''1'11.11. MI.i IIKARINC. All CFMrR: j
h> Igor flying end over end +r SUE AM SOUND after his flight ami Bay, Pines V A. Hospital Si If.... ApKilnlm.nl. HO I-UM: Evenings: by Appointment
into the distant net followed hv stands under his net His cannon in : Petersburg; I lul.e (ily V. A.. Hospil I I ID* O.KI. A... Fl. P.....* Myrtle Clark Clair Stranioa '
wild applause evidence of his flight was a pair, ol torn I .il. I lul.e ('itv, and the itinerant : rror m l... AASP.NUT 215 OSCTOLA AT 7-3484
Igor Romero. Captain! Cosmonaut (field .service. represent veterans I
the Human ------ ---- ------ --_. .
: Satellite or John v --- -- ---- :
Ivan (his real name), was shot
from a cannon for the first time :
when he was fifteen yeah old m
order to win a bet that he wouldn't ,. .
from his uncle who was in the

name risky business HUMAN SAIFILIfF, Igor R Since that time, Igor has spent
his gellcr Show at Stuart. prepares I to enter cannon barrel to be shotin
!! life thrilling the public with
some ISO feet into a net
his daring I Last season was a particularly

busy one for Igor with stepping into a hidden hole" How operation All rides will he op.
appearances in several Males at much of a jolt depends on 'get crating at the Martin County Fair
fairs, carnivals and
shopping centers -. ting yourself ready to go and get the same number the show woulduse
He spent lust winter in Hawaii
This be ting your trigger man ready to go at a stale fair
year promises to even
at the same time"Technically One of the most obvious things
bigger now that he has joined
the solidly-booked Deggcllcr shows' the cannon operates about Deggcllcr shows is us clean
electrically The force to throw
p Igor says being shot out of the and well-kept appearance."We .
Igor comes from the sudden release
thirty-foot seven-ton steel can are continually telling our
of a piston that pushes him forward
non produces "a something like A smoke bomb is people to keep things in good
and it is nc\er-endmg .
shape a
from the cannon but in the same "
HOBE SOUND: HOME general area and synchronizedwith job Deggcllcr said. As he talked .
I the firing.Sometintea the employes) were busy repainting .

Mni.t..... ,... mechanical trucks trailers, signs and .
II, tsn.n a>> ....1.I. ......... >a IINlh""m.1 I doesn" something and rides in final preparation for their 1 I
happen Igor
r.mh.. getsa
e IIPIII. al. Inns/lion. Dade County Only 7ttCiV
i 1'.10... 1"1. ."." .tll ,IntaIaiitits let down, along with the letdown appearance.
force will be at Stu
t'.11 ....:......'. It..,,. of the audience. After a until the show kept :
art returns
.... ,...
II. Mound .t misfire the audience seldom rebuilds -
"We back to Stu-
always come
its tenseness and -
---------- "
I urt, Dcggcllcr noted. "We like
''il here and people have been nice
Igor ref'Orlhe also receives
We look forward
"a sling' when he hits the net 'Iget to us always "
to our wintertime visit in the area.
THIS.cTHf shaken up a little, but not
nearly us much as when the can- I --- -- s

non fires. Land Use Maps
'" He proved his statement that bc-1
Jag OhuLvu .al "'0"""" h "..b.
rough moments. Lmployes who 'Will Aid Zoning
gathered around last week laughed
uproariously when Igor showed
them a long, rip in his trousers; following 1 I Land use maps for every urban
PLACE ] his flight through the air. i area of Martin County have been
I received the office of the

had During a 'serious"the years injury he althoughhe has not!: I I county Land engineer maps at are. Fred the basis Bell.for the IS WHAT YOU WILL HAVE

hat received a broken wrist, a
development of a master plan for
broken nose and a I leg and
I present and future zoning. The
shoulder different
injury on oc I
Park Shopping maps just received are a resultof
Pla/a casions. !, a study by the Florida: Development
But depjte his and downs
ups ?
Commission. When You A
Stuart) in and outs, Igor obviously relisheshis Open Savings
\ri-3625 i Though the mans ore already
iI highflying work. You d almost 1 '
I iI have to.Monday. "behind the limes, Bell reports
I Dcggcllcr shows, along employes are bringing the maps
This Is my new State Farm I with Captain Cosmonaut headed up to dale from county building

otfice-where I can better : for a date, with the D.nle County permit Each type files/ .structure (commercial Account At First Federal

Youth Fair They will follow with
serve you with the best i. I I residential, governmental: or other
an appearance at the South Flori
auto fife and fin insurance. da Fair and Exposition at West I ) is given a key color when put
I invite you to call I or drop to Palm Beach a stand at Key West I on the maps and will help decide
time. and then Martin County Fair : the future zoning for a given area. And Add To It Each !
say According Irvin Dcggcllcr the | latch will month be the building and' Payday
mitt processed n
show appears to be headed for its per'l
hROBFRT best season Booked are four I! buildings!.. shown on the
Class A fairs which means an anticipated
M l attendance of over :200000 ,-
) per fair. BEERVINE\
The show is growing bigger year ,
by year. This year, three new rides
have betn added at a cost of about
$175,000.)( The show now haa
M. JOHNSON pavroll of over $2.000 a week
while in winter quarters and most
STATE MUM MUTUAL of the money is spent in

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ORGANIZATIONS M. C. Board of Zoning Aa>. ....t 9 (iso' ..m Fmly; I .'IILL
Alrohollcn AnonymouaWril Jh.I..n-l'rvd. Hhoaa.a ,'In)I m thurnh, bchoul
.. I .10 p.m.. J B Community Lhurch "A".. ,If. r..h..... I 1 1 00 a.m Me.Tilni Wor.hip N.....

A.nalmi. Radl, Em.rmcy CorpaT Mailln County Mu_.. Cotnmle.loa I during both MnlcM I
...din.lur--On.... BOKI n* t'h"-., ,, ,,, Mn Jthti, W K. I I.i4lh : 'u,' t 7 '10 t> m Youth' VMIW 8>r ln

Ird 'Chnra. i pmAnimal 'rum, .10 Bin" Cuurllu,. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-Josaus Bca.llk.V .

RaMu. L..| M C. Zoning and Pnnnlai Conialaal. ., MlUMAl" U. KtASfl.llSunday
Pdnb-&n.. 1ta.1.1 Rleoa4tb ('h.orm.n--J., GauffhanStliaol ,, DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 7-2312 .
'...... 7il p...." home. Board Ii's, a.m llult Communion

Builnra 4a Prol..lonal W_..'. Clilk Chairman Hanry. 0 Kindred ASSEMBLY OF GOD-Tali CIty tiOO: am: Church Family tnmmunlon and
2nd Mon.. 7 ,Ju p.m.. Courth'.os. School
Pi-onldcnt-Llda M.mnlna. ..rSnd. U KIO am Jon Isy IIrh...., 00 .n.Nrniugl'vy.. and a.rmonUrM
Ui '1'.... nlghu, Flnt N.t'L Bank 7.', ., S.wall.. Palal I II ..00 urn. Mornlnt Worahlp I ( Hundny Holy Communion.)

Cocoanut Park-North Rl... Sham M.--I. M.rquelln 7 .U p.... 1 iou.'.. IUbl. Sioity Prayss. W..k Days
Property 0..... Aiaoclatlan Bad Wed.. I p.m., Tom Hall .o 0:80 p.m. Sundae. Youth _.1.. Tu.aday-7 a.m. Holy CommunionTbunday
- - 1180 ... bvasliatie CotnmunlolHr.t
Prr.ldn.t. M. RohrabauikMntlnga ,. : p. IIorvl. "81. Holy
lad Wdna.day at hornetCoral POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS ,* FIRST ( Thuradny H. lln. a.rvio.)
S Akro Asu. .
I Holy Communion
Damoeratf ClubPrealoent 0 [ CHAPLAIN JOHN M HUDSON; 1.ld.- a.m
Go..... Clvia A.aoclatlaPni 1
-Robart r HeRobvrt it 00 I lowrlm. PuturSunday Unity. Chunk 704 S. Fifth, For ,.
'lont kdmund Plrila P
: ... .. '
aall .
lat .'..., I P.m.. M,C. ...I..It.ral Bid,. I II T ,00 10 'D.m..m Ch."h. .. Sunday Wadnmdar

FraahoUm. A.aMlatl Republican Club *f Martta CouaryPr I 46 ..tn. l.tdup SohoolII
n .iant-Jnmei D. WalaoaRecublkan LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREWW.
,lOO ..,.. Muruint,
..oId.ot.-Colu. 0 V.. SoltongMeet WMMII-I Club el, Marlla C* I'mo Training, Union, Primai.e.' Blvd. Port It. L..
on call .-...Id.nt-X.... John W. n.....' ; : : 'lip p.m.I p.m.. E..nln. Wor.hlp H. C. UlfE PASTOR .

0..... Club .1 Sru.rt Ird Tuea. I &'.m.. Mr.t. National Bank I Wodn..d.,. a m. Sunday' Brhool.
Preelrtenfr Mn. John W R...,. I f,10 II ... .. "I .
- - ,.81. Id. /., ftorvlo 1.1 .m. Worship Survlc
Ind Mon., ISO ".81. Wo.... Club
Hlalacu Park CIVM A.ao.latle. Clrla' Friendly Swletr : .[ i 1 ULNUV TATUM. PaatorIi4l (Moatlat In Hob Sound Cl.le Cote

.Prealdent-( ..... MaeDonald Leader-Mra. Jack WhltlearFrl : : ...... Sunday. School KbV LHARLXH BENET. raatof7t4B
lat Mo., Oslo, p.m" flrat National. Bank .. I ......, It Mary. Chunk I IOn ..81. Morning, Worahlp ,.10. Song Iotl.

ladlefttmn. C..... Club St Guild. I ItlO li.IB. Training Union 1100 p.m. Jtv.nlng Wonhlp
Joaepk : u 4rL 7t4t I
reeldent Ith Mon.>-Gndy I ,.... Smith .,,_Mn. Henry B. Spencer I tub: p.pm:.: EveningWor.hip Wsdnudr, OlIdwab; Pray..r HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-I.dlsatums
I.L Mon., I p a... School Ma.oisgI SO. XAvttut PENEGH

p..ld.-M.I..... haul baMea. C.lvlt Club Wither St.. Jo..ph Holy Name Society. I FIRST PTIJIT-Port ....,. I Maaaea-Sunitaya, 7,45 am, Pint PH.
..ilu.nl_H. Koinarlnra. I day, I bonfaialona before X.
G C TAYLOIl 1'1010. I p.nt
trd Wad. S p.m.. J. I Woman Club .... before ltd Hun. I p m.. School ..
i Sill a.,.. BilDilny. HchoollliOO I ST. MARYS KPISCOPAI -Bit Ofteaa
lenaea lank Woman'a A.au.l.tls.Pns.ld.nb'Mr. _ u Boulevard .
ste. Mnrnlnt Wonhlp StuartTb
.. Franeea Hbb.iII.t.lrd SCOUTING 1.80 DTC RfcV W. ft. BOWK. Rector
p.m. !
.. 707 Clubboua.
II. ,
.... :1.80. pm. lit: '(nine Wonhlp
Boy .1. el AmericaSioutm..t.l
Junior Wo_'. Clue >-Karl haSp 1 ,III p.m. W. ...d.,. Prayaf notInn. .. ':1&. ,1 a m. (Sent to June)

p..ld.nl-II.. Frank torn Wed, 7 .ilO p.m., Stuart Am., LaO''n Hall 1 Chair praotlo* folluwa. 11.1. 10 s.Week(June. to Sept.)

ltd MOB. I pm, Woman ClubMar01 5.. I.pl....., J.n... Baack Ship 420 : I RIO BAPTIST am Holy .. ,.' Thuraday. and
Count* Auduboa Society Board Skipper-Oeori* Oleaaon RLV: JACK fFRNANDEZIi4t : Balnta Day and .announced

ltd Mon.. I pm. Jud CU.nl.1 oflle Wed. 7,10 ....., Anchorage Marina ..,m. Sunday School I. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP THE BLESSED

M C. AaaMlatloa. ler Mental HealtkPmldunt --- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I thAn, '.m. Mornlnf, Worahla i I SAtR>.MENT_J4< Chick St, Indianfma
-K>*. Donald Hehrocder SERVICE CLUBS 1180 p.m. Training Union JRtV. W. LUUtKU

ltd thun., Boon. Th. Reef Clvltan Chub ol !Stuart! I null 7:545 p pm::m., Kvnln Wad.a. .Worship Prayar Vtlni I I ,10 a.m.T h', ..ZI School
M C Ckaptar. Amertoaai. Caaoer Sotlery Pn.ldent-Aaron Boston. 7:00 p.m. Holy Eucharlet

ChairmanD.. QrarMartin Wd, tilO' >,81.. Ship Lanlera.ndJ.ntowa TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hw*. 7$ CHRIST MEMORIAL-Jupiter Ulan
Lit:\\ III STANCH.. Paatorl4lt
Memorial Ho.pltal' AlIl.rttssubl.nMr Klwanla Cluk a-m. Sunday fiihoolIt I ( Winter ..0 inly. No,. to ApriL)
., Otto
Curt '_ ...-Jack Hoblnloa .i 100 .m. Mornlnv WorshIp CHURCH OF COD-Indlanlav
lat Mon.. Flr.t National Rank W...., tail ...., S.nlnol lua'eaaen till. p.'. Training Union ,I RfcV GARY J. OANSBV10K10 *
Martia Ceunly Retard ChU..'. A.... lion, p.m. Evening Wonhlp
haul LI.. Club a.' 8.hol
Ira a.I.." .s ItOOpm. Wtd MldwMk PnrwDUNKL1N 8"nd.1
Pneldant' U tOO am, Worship
.*...Idool-.l .
Ut TMCtHO ...... rionaT ClaaanoaNattaaal om. Dean MEMO. II"PTlST-la4l'.I Oslo. > ,
p.m. vanlng Wor.hip
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-... W..., IsIS pea, Baynour" .
....tar4e* AeloclatlM 00 REV!; MICKhY KVAN8ICiOO /10 p.... Wed Young People'*
Pre.lo.nt. ..... Vlrnlnla. V..... Jupltar-Hok Bound Klwanla Club. I 0.". Bandar. brhool I Endeavor
41k T ...., FI.., National, Bank "r..ldent.-Warrea HayaondI : & :::00 11,00 am. Mottling Wor.hip CHURCH OP THE GOOD
.., T p.'., Jupiter Lit. Marina : 'I lilt p.m. Training Union, IHErHERD
Palm City Card*. ClukFTMldTOPMn .rn 7:80: p.... Wonhlp Rtrvlc. R1'V.'ELMER
Butan Nyf.W. Rotary Club .( Stuart 1l,MO p..... Wad. Mldwmk. 10",.. U ALL
Pod Tbura tilO ....., Clvia CenUrPalm 1'.hlon..O. K. Wanton, M.,..,. ., 71'Sb 0 '.m. fitly .
Wed. Hilt p.m., Mauate Yacht: Club ,r i, ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-B..l moth St. lion a.m. Pariah' ".rhOI.,. Sermon
City CMa OrganlralloaPnaldent I ., ,., RSV: JAN JANUUKV.iKl. Adm and Sunday. S.hol.
.-Dr. I'...... H. Boat Sluarl Klwanla Club1'r..idost.lksmau ,, :" M..... Sundayi. 7. I and 11 ..... till '.m. Morning Prayer, Phil Run.
lad TUM. Thun, lOuIS p.m., Town, II.,.. Com..o
gattiritava Hid. ThuraiUf Ion plain
Aaaeclatl : n
CWa" .
Pelnclen. Cardeaa uO I
s bafor first of ... to
Friday month 4
Hanoi Stuart Hl-Sleppera Squan Dane. ClubPrs.i4.ntGlbust I
I lan, ..d ,104> I:10
lat "..., Spa.. homeaPart lloo.. pm SkUn. Omits .5...." H.ch
1.b.... I Youlb: Cantor .. NKW'lN
Salem. C..... Ar ac.atlo. pm WORLD'S FAIR WORKERS RICIIVE; FLORIDA CURLS distributed on the snow-covered Florida site, were from the FloridaWorlds I ST.Hob CHRISTOpHER'S Sound CATHOLIC I..V. am Bunduy.M.Hthnolt TWIukIY

'... .. -Walter" Benion Stuart u... Club I Mi.. at 10 It a..... Sunday 0 and 11 am Morning Worship
lao Thura, I p. 'lnl. Cntr The hundred and twenty-five office pcr\onnellind workmen on the Fair Authority and the Florida Citrus Commission With 0 .Hit Youth
I pm
lid TbunH I :: Suppw Soilala, O.O. l'r<.nlrnt-, Al Kerrmr 'FIRST! CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTlir tellovihln

Pert Salem Civil Dol.... nd-4tb W.*., J pm. Tom Do.... lorida site at ho New York World' Fuir received boxes of golden! less than four months until l the April 22 1964 opening day ceremonies -.724..... Sunday Eoot Oca.a tkhool BouUvar111KIO I TitO eon, p.m.p.m. WrilneadHy Wednesday.. Youlh Senior Choir Lholr7iOO

Hrehou.e, and TuaaHay. ItlO' p.m.PS. Stuart r-naldent S.-, inlna si.nl.5 00.11hutltd Club citrus recently at a t token to their h.ird work and cooperation tn the Florida State Exhibit, which will be visited by an estimated tItan a.'. Morning Worship p.m. Ihuraday. Midweek strvlc

.. Clvta Club Tkun ,..rI.. I... hoc r.m. Wtd: Teatlmonlal Mettlng JEHOVAH Road
rtenHent Jnok, Hhomrr Boon, keeping construction on schedule The gifts of sunshine citrus. 18,000,000()() persons! is on schedule. Reading Room. till Flaglo AT.. lIou'., l'nduy-t. WITESSES..lt. ,
lit Tbur., Cluhboua tuart 1.,_. Mon. tbrouith .'.1., 10 m.-I pmiSaturday. Monday.-7 l,80 p." HIMe "Ktn.lv,, .
5'r..idgntLiitb Pry,, _. 10 a.m.-U :10 p.m. Chamday-7ln. IIlnl.I,,.
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Stuart Waman'i Club To.: ... MO link PonyVETERANS .
p.m.. Meeting
Prtt, Un. Cornellua R Vsndsrnan. CHURCH OF CHRIST-4Z Pain B.h. Rd. Snl.
lid Wed, ItlO P m, Club BuildingTaaohnla - - - caught consistently from the St *uiath: bUHHrLL, Minus,.. REDEEMER LUHEIIAN-E. Ocea Bid.
CRUANIZATIONSimarlcaa Sunday HKV .
(lor... GroupOhalrman L...... 3..... Bash Don't 'Brutalize' Your Catch Lucia bridge mainland! side about 1C:00 am. Hlhl. Study 5:111 ..m." Hlnd., School! Bib''R Study l

-Mn. Ribart J.. Inter O.mnlO..d.1'-C1i1 bownitaud4Ut ; one-third of the way 10 the draw i I I, II 00 am. Wonhlp and Communlol I toil, *.*>. WD..hl Sarvln
lit Wad.. lllO am.. om I llUO, p.m. Fvrninl; Wor.hip
Mon U li Ban
__ __ "", >a CHRIST 1MB KING
"" - Excellent bottomfishmg including Wadnaiday LITHEaA
CHAMBERS O' COMMERCE kmarkan Legion, Stuarl I 7 80 p...... Midweek. Blbla Study Jupiter!
spots" croakers and weak fish, I KLITM Paator
Comol.nd.r-J.h. U Taylor P./OINRON.
Pretldlndr. William Mysrultd dod and ilk rrl.. S ,.81., Lesion Ball Handy Methods of Landing Fish prevails in the lower river. I REV THE!: CHURCH BlLLlh. IloALPIN OF aOo-'Io.. SL I I I oun,,00 .e-m. Ch..h Paalor, a .Clue,

luea, I p...., Community Canto American ........ IndlantowB _.._---- ---- I 10,00 a.'. Hund y School 10:00 '.m. Morning WonhlpKV

,,ins.miBs.nbArsu Comm..d.r-Jlm Vb4th > I.tiu: IL \In MIIKISIKVPisj : : thaN am llornlrg Wonhlp FIRST
Prs.ldnsl-"Ps'ul'b Kornbarg Sat, I p._ ------ - 1,1st:, pm: : Ensuing Worship, I MEHODIS1'-150 Color A.
Ind Mon, dlractora I p.m.Port IRMSf: : LYONS: 7 HO W.d.. Y.V.h. Unrvlc : WAL1t1 ,
America Leglan Aualllary, ..Beael By Blucfishing hat been sporadicfor caught on minnows and jigs near inr i oi xiv .11 '.W": .111 ill. M m lIB Morning. Worihl
Balms.Fs..ldnotB.. the week-hut :Mtlim ( III :M't. MOHIIIIIV I BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL I I ItiOO '.,,. School
if f
D nodenbaugh Pdart-M' Emma ia.Gu. past you canfind Port Maaca.. Newt Chase report .
: .id.4th Mon, S Passing over the bridges I h c i : ti KI3 )I0.0'I'A'I'E ,.1",, City i too am Morning Worship
't Bud Tb..... I pm. Unhoua. pm. \ a. striking I school in the river cd catching one speck in C-23 I OFVIUU.M ) KLV. LA Wall!: J. SHARP 1 111 ::sIB pm: : Youth ,: .
American L .. Aunlllary I..... other alurnoon. 1 observed an enthusiastic \ It I1HIVHTY I I11..r'1 IMiTirK (On. ...
1100' -hut quiet otherwise The mostconsistent caniil !so big I could only get half OilS, ..... Kunday bcboolI .. .hlp .k. it 10 am during
t '.Id.n\-.M.. II. (Bonny) H.lao. "ro.ld.nt--Mra. Churn May l.tmu \ fisherman hauling! i in I lino. ..... Morning, Wor.hip July and Aua.." Sunday ..bo. aa,4
bluefish catchers have ofit
nd-4lh Mon, I ., Union HallMartin in a trying pan after tilleting : 11) lu.tr0sru.aAl : .
urn .
00 5 Worn'ana
I 10: am to .5. Wednesday,
l"a 1 Ultra.. a.m tilucfish, As he arched! each
one been getting them from anchored it." ddiitoiK ,,r nn' I'.xtnti' "f1U.1M f.llow.htpAll ; TRINITY METHODIST- .._ Beach
Barrack.. W.WJ V."..... ; '
ft.tall Merchant DM.ton the rail, he whammed it \\ It :K'HIMtn' I llpifiianlnr. I IUV.: SOIL GUNSAI.Uaslay
: Chulrntu4'htln. Il.nsnlt, 13rnnaad.r-John 41, Lucallatlrd over. bouts, using cut bail Sailfish reports continue excel .. herohy, iintlflril mill, i'uuliir.lI :| : : i'.... ,

0 0th. Thu,... BItarl dhambsP Building Itt, J. II. Community. Center down on the concrete with a stunning -\ 1 here were exu-llcnt reports lent. with a tew dolphin also being 0 rib. any ,"tuiuo ''' d"'1I18n.l.i 1,1,5Itiry ,"' "",",U. \ bistTItIinuSOSI'In : I I :80 am. 8111d'l Iboo
I Ouay huvnngIn.t.old t1."t. m. En.nini
"" "" "" Martin County Borrackl AulllmVI'sil.ttMS force. could "not help hut "I p Wrhlp h. 5.1
"CONSERVATIONAuduhon T. Tuesday "n d \\'eJssestla) on caught ,,shore' ,it, II",' .ffi.,l' "t I hp ('"",,1\, II.."..' Ird Sondays
Hole Isrus..stat.llrd
reflect Ihil his bluefish' would! he SI. I luc 'anal I f Mititln, ('<>unt\'. I"I.Ml., la. In Hi Tllt1 "' :". It'S'
Society rrl. I P."' (>.ld C.... tbun speckled perch in ( _arge shecpshead in the four 1'0' 1'.I' mutt ( lit OSCEOLA STREET
Prs'.iduot."Euuufll: Monr. Hng 111II' 'soft t as mush when he gut them I I"( ',nut, 1 HnllKH, ill I Htltnlt, I. 1"1"I 1, hili.tlhlll (1,5 :\'1''I.lItII I ).\ RfcV. ... H. METHODIT. ..w
with hundreds n" five class 1/1'1":: KNIGHT
being reported -pound
/ .. POut' National' SanS I VFW, Slu.. a are being sit ciilinilui,, iiionlliH, ,,' ft imthe IV S I
I ti49
W! Mu.WoI,..p.m. C..mrn.otl.r--.J..ha M. OSnyrayOnd.otb home. Admittedly! Ihey lire easier -- -- ---- .lut if. HIP Hint iiublli, HI, I.i..t, .I ).:-IT,VTK OK ) .am. Sunday bctiool
tall. brla leaguerVldent4 Kindred .I.hu... 4,101.0. hatu Bulldhug. to unhook th.it way but somehow I lhl:: nOls'::,, Mill" :, ;tlHlln I ,': ill"'ninlKInnwl : : VtLLbH/ A. LIPPlVOTrO1II ) lltOO .m. Horning Wonhlp
i bu In uilllnic. nnil mu,,ot t ..........d Woman Mleilonary 1.1... met fUsp
II' lit frl. I ....... Courlhoua. VPW, Indlantown this man s treatment of tm catch I 0111"1 of e.oh at 1.0 ..
Ihi' P""'" nf n'Midi ni i nnd p''ut \ Il: TO I I.I'loi'StIto W.d .
Junior Con....".. Club rttti'"bp.' : W. Freatoa mnile me think he wan afraid of it 1. Many Citations and H.lilH-nn of lhi .tlalnmnl' I. uiiil I "mini, 1 1b. II Ml ti', .'ditnru ,of I hi. bnlHlo; nf I Thuradayi ,
fuel., 7 !" p."".. Huart Youth OanVerStuart Poit lloro I I .worn to hi I hi. liilnuiiil'I. him to Lir.H: A. IIIMSCO'IT" l't'Ct.h..reh" .".- S .4 pm Pnay.rnlen
Clubfrwltant V.F.W. Aualllary. Stuart Some people are afraid of fish,, 1I..nl. nr |Iii|. HtKirin-t" in"s. II "III i Income ,.. nl.. an' ncillflcj and n-'i"lr- n.p.m....Board each ...of SIO"I. (In*
j SaHfl.k C"mKodo.-Jln. Melvlna Weed I will never forget the diy that I void gi'iorrmitf I In law "d tu fill, un>' i,hi.him, ur il.'niuuilHwhich )
F : '-*- B' Bndl lat-lrd Ool.l.n OaM bolidisiMISCELLANEOUS Jununry,) silt' 1'idlriRHT tin)' mat' lu otis",inst *uldpm.it. SOUTHERN METHODIST....Pt. Jalara
tl" : *
|H| W Ird 0 id. I pm,.. dl.o.Io.' ht Buttons Or" "TI', HT JudK r Slu,rOt' I"linltln. In I ,..
rwH out casting down by Sewalls I'omt to Anglers t'otto' : .1 0. Worship Psrnlro
f !.".., filO' pm: WiLliam I Hy 1(01( ,AMI 1I'IIIt1'LI.: : 5 HIM fiiuii I HOIIHO,:, ut Miunrl,; ;. HoridHHlthln \ '10.4 j ..m. Bunday. BoastS
'" Civil Air Ptr.lCummandsrUaiur Hi hooked and brought to the AdMllllidlllH.' 'I'! 'I thfI nix rat i'I5"lot mmillm, from, p m. Epworth Leacua
FIREMEN ORGANIZATIONS 0. R. LaakCammltl boat cullim rihhon .:.ial', nf YUMIiini' IIlliKHIIV tOt. hut i>f the rust iiulilkatlon. of 7,1 p.... fvetilnu: Servlo*
g or fish and I ll..H, ... .,
Jrniaen Beaeb. '1..... AualllaiT | .dMintvr.t. tilnntliv. Liuli claim in" il iii ndinimt Wedneadayi
PIu.l.nt-Ms.. Al Will.k.I f Oh.lr.-II.II".* .f ,100 41. Kindred is he starlet to reel Ihe writhing, Stuart Saillish Club has issued saildsh, from the 'Cartunc" with : C/, i ITTM I \ \ hi In uilllnic. unit munt slain l 1.001 pm 10011.. Uiaatonary Boel***.
I 0 Ird Monday. I P m. .....utlv. ,....._John C. Dabney sndke.llke silver creature out of cil ilions and buttons 10 the follow. I Captain !Ixuiic Lunn. I Altnrmv: for .tilmtnlHtraturt ltplu.. ,. or ""hh'",'" iiud pom- Slid, .
\: III.t Dunn niv.l T 10 ....
I ofriciuddriKH of the l'II\lmnnl. nnilnnmt : P Prayer )eating
Fir Departeattuai
,...** Beacfc Valunter lit W. Oo. n. lllvd, AT 7-4H6I the water his v idcr and fishermen through the Stuar, "Io. Hox ir.Htiinrt .< ,
: eye" grew ing J. I J.. Palmer Wai Imgford, Conn, be awurn to hth rinlnmnt.lin
rirabuu.arort FIRST
I :: : ) .
pm. Lady Collwl A.anlattnt'r..ldnttSr. wider. -and. bclicv, it or not he Chamber ot Commerce office: I l I loililii I.I 5g.-lit' 01 hla atiorne a. or It will METHODISI"lnl '*
5.lar.. FlmmaaAualUarf saillish from the Ciulfstrcam. UbVi
.. tUn 1 Irrt I lib : Jiiniinrv 1 llilli Ii I Ik I l>*toinr void miorillnK to UwUlLinihi'l' I'I"RIIICI
Pr .i.nt-lJar Catanna Tu.; ., 1:11 a.m. M. C. G.O"" Club fainleJ and fell cversideI Thomas1 A. Michel en. Lansing J, William Hew pub: Jan' Kit: so. i t"'i. 11. nmISJ i ISIs, 1 iosi.:I IAltLIB | .rt. ..m. Sunday
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lid than., J .0 p ">. ----- --- I U. 1.11'HVmTT .m. Mnro'ha' w"'"lJ'S >
Part Sa.,.. v....atwr Fir. DapartanalPiwldant Lively Art Club I had! sn ....fullimc getting him Mich., seven-foot, four-inch" tailfish c"en-foill. '",Hnch saillish from IllrlOI: .1111'.1';'" C'U( II'IIN l.seuiitrlx of tin. mate: of I ;12::g ? :. MYP
.-Robrl Johnaoa Prealdent_Mra. L. Albby Aoho.... out since h, could not swim a from the Spray II. with Captain 'Gannett II with .t :SI 1 i II Milt sitnn\1 ins.It. I Mel IB, A Llpnlntoil bonIng' ""
iat-lrd T..., .....aoua. Ird FrI, lOt ....... pome. Ray Young. Captain Bill rloilll'l 1).o&.d." ? p.". IS"'""*''. /iiBlor ChoIr l
__ lick but when I did II
N"i finally get 1101 dge. IV UK, ) I SllCll.s0l.. II. I 1TT.M 1 WVttornev ,4 p.m. ThundHy. fcenlor Choir
'IIATERN'ALOIt'li Martla County fair Aaaoclatl. him ashore hi first Norma M\-foot I-HTVll: ,! OK ) ,
Koiikowski for
words KxivMilrlx'
were: FIRST
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1.fretlilent Hu. Marina Oholen 'b._
ChapMr Cud.' .5 D.MuI.7Mart. ky. New York. KltlKHA" IHH-KN. 1I I :1 13 bant: Oienn Itoute\ard rRESIlYERIANN., .
At.ula., C0o.0kr.Uh.r1.r lip". lot Mon. Oslo p... Agricultural BId,. "What was if"e seven-inch sailtish John J. Kon- N. V.. sailfish, from the 'Hobo" I IIKPIIIHCTl l 1 Ioriii I I1. I O. linK IK,4. Stuart 1.'I..rld. Sty.; SYDNEY!; HAIIRII. '..1.II..v. .

Ssdd"a, Mon.. 10 pm., il*.onl* Ta pl Marti County Calf and Country Chub kowski I both of Port Jefferson, with > ': HI < HIIM: lint Hiat on lot I 2H, 19111Puh A Morning LOWRIE ....
Ludi.WsrshipIssl r-nnlu.nt Kd Hlitbe.Ird Captain lick Whiticar All "'".',lit.,. of th.inlatP, ntPrlid ljlbllc.UOII a. .Ian. i. 1 150. .; g : hlch..1
As.slu Maui.ls Fish do deserve and I Island N. Y seven-foot Sunday Church
II.... ..I Dlts'IsUIrd To.., 7ilO p.m, Clukhona. respect long William J. Pcnberthy Bloom- nrncn. ,rtefi'aa., ..,. lictf-, I : :'I\: : : II II1. IIUO :: Morning Wonhlp
Thrs.. I ,.... MssnsiI T.asliAss. you need ttt know your fish in saillish. from the "Ilowotee with field. N. J. l hy notified nnd ""IlIlr,'" in nit M 'I IIP Jl ,'. :' 4 II'ri'
Martla County Buraaaj fifteen-pound dolphin nnT ilalmi or deniun.ln" nhlih tin> <> InStIllS. COIMI: mtru PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY..
ElbuPjmkl.otM handling them. Snook have soil Captain Bill BurdgeVVilham I
Mlllsr dUst.. i'umidntt-Aliup't 'K'ru from the 'Sea Hawk" IIIHt llUVC H|" IIIKl IIHld ..1.". III (ii,,. <>!" .'/.01111) ,. ,.
I i. Iiik.)S.d1.I L** Ind Ihura. atomlndl Inn toothless mouths, .nd it i is perfectly J. Penherthy Bloomfield Wilbur P. Wolf. orn,'" of I ho fount Jnilui. of Mm, 11:1': tIIiti; Still1'Ilbc ) oYDC"1B. HAOFR. ",. 0.
Ind Than, P *i., Charlottc N. C. tin Ooiinlv. Horlilt. I In the Courthmmp i.STVTE OP ) Silo am. Sunday
Beta .1... Phi BorarltrEpallaa Martla County Hietorteal Society. safe to grab s snook by the N. J., six-foot, eight-inch leven.fOl"j".inch sailfish Mrs I t at fitimi, Hi>tlriH. within six JOHN: UlvbhA; : IIVrriiHi 11:00: a.... Worship 8.nol Rarvlr
Zata Chaptarrre.ld.mt Pn.ld.nt-Maurio. D Hartmaa mouth and hoist it aboard On ,aaillish from the "Sea Hawk" J Davu ,'_tp'do noun Iii. finm, tindull' 'off "rl i irK <:DO p m. Youth fellowahlp
Mr*, f. fcdwlii' (Ed: Ball lat Tuea., 7 ,ill p.m., Flnt National. Bk the other hand!, never a with levis Roy Jr.. Concord N. C. II,. Orul Nlhlh'n" ,, this ,mil i InI '. :\<>' M TO iroHAM 7 ISO pro. Wed.: Adult Youth Cholra
"'.Ir. Tbura.. I P.>< baa grasp Captain seven-foot, _sailfish J. Roy Davis t'h: ,111111I 0' dlln".nI I lllitHl hi i Inwrltlnviand imllturii or tI," r.uiif: n(
I CbepMrPnild.nt.Mr Multiple Ll.tlng Servlc. snook by the back of the head- JJl11eNt'(. W II. Nix and Jeff J Cutuoid burt stl.< tin .plimOl ,Tohn (liipn." (l lri ti ,IIHI..I", U r.' heii>l>ynoiiripd ID. UNIAIA FELLOWSHIP
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*. C. lu Blixumlatlrd _..,..,.-.rl H Turner RA you can sifcly. do with ionic Ni\ all of Charleroi. Pa each C. seven-foot n>Klil, "ni,'. anil 1 pnatnfflie.. uitr'nenf Hiiil::i miulrvd;\ l In filu any 'u.2 l'lo.e., 1.lv.. t'.mmuI".. ,, Crl.'.
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Tun. four-inch _allli h. J. Dtvis the rlalmnnt anil inunt hiauotn rlalnm 01' d"nmn' whi'h I & 1'1. Ornrh
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nd'4lh Roy
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Tkun., I P RevelutleaR fish-because lit n/or-sharp gills tr.illish from the Sr.. sailfish t the to bthe ilnltniittt, hiM HH.'nt. ".. hove amiltmt.: Mul.l emm., 1 In: r.n,1.:: ".lo..hlp lvlr.. 7u05 ,.. Sunday;
.. at th* Amarlcaa Palm City tloaa. Demaa.tratlM Clak will slash fingers ulf\trcoIl11.1 rom 'Iran L, hlii. Mining', or It nlll I hi'i'''nit tulililiiurillnir ri 10', or th. CVtintv Jtuliti. or M'".. lhonl. 10 "m. tlund.._
",eVt-Mn. Marjorl Uomlar' 1'ni.Miul-, .., kllialvlh' lasts.. ,"..., your Captain Von Jourdan with ( iptiin Pile Robertson t" lnI ,,, I tin Connli, I lorl'U. I In, th. lourt.hniin PENTECOSTAL SIRLVu-Ssdiuss._ .
ltd Thura.. komaaMatkera' lat luaa' (do am, CUSs Cauiara Talking the other day to Paul Lloyd l.ocb and Donald Scih Sylvia Mell/er, seven-foot I IUHP. :S.M'ION,M. I HSKtlP : I ," at Slilnrt, Inrlilit. within MI..olondu. l. CLJIOTI1I INN P.R. Paator
Clr.1 *l DaMolair Morphew' up III Jensen Death! he Cocoa Beach each naillish hix- KTU'VItTAdmllllntralnr: "',,,"Iho from tli* dote. of 1011..n HumUy 8.hol
Pra.lil.nt-"Mn. Jennie Uuncia4tb P.ln.iaua IC..I Club a inch saillish and seven-foot sailfish of Ihi. clulo first ptlblltRtlon nr I thin Sntlio III"II: p.m. ,ane.lUll. 80' *
Mon.. S p.... Ma.onl Tempi. Wed., p.m. told me of an excruciating experience Evelyn I L. Herger. ,seven-fool and Jimmy) Melzer all of of_ r-ilriht tlr.>,n. rliiniMilCHAIO Halm or ti,'".015,1 nnmt, be I In writ- _, ,10 p.... 8unl'l ., jIbla, > **

Ladle' Au.lll.ry ,. Indian BlrBncampineat : Cull Al '.n.. for meeting plo* he sulfe-red this summer on 'two-inch sailfish, Dr. Robert L.I I Great,, Neck '\" V. CIIAJIV 'orir CHVI1Y In.., .",,1. niilHt Klnltthe. nln.... of
seven-foot .Ih'n. .
and .
six- lur: Vtnt I", Craivlull C ponl0ffiealru
Matrtarcb 23Chisl Oriiw Hall Port 101..... Ha_ Demonatratlo. Club a luke in Minnesota Paul' had Berger eight-foot. one-inch and I I inch saillish i from the II." .Inn ill. U in I'll'I o. |1'61 l nf the cliilmnut, nnd nnmt, himtorn n n I.. R L !;
4th Tu..., I p.m., IOU? Hallbdependenl 11..M.nt--M r., gllliih: N.wllu' caught a great northern pike and. 'IIvcn.fllOt.i.inch sailfish and to l.y. Ihe ,iiHiniiint III.' .....111. or hi. Stuart Rotary Club
lal Th...., 1IDO, p.m., Llvlo tenterSt. 1% 'l'lItJ111'11'1'\ I'01 sir ..p- Tilt: nttoini't'. nr It will buoini' old
Order .1 Odd, F.tl.ms I I by accident, his hand got in Ihe John Seit/mger _six-foot ten-inch :SIMM\ Jl lilt I SI I lS HI I IT. 1%. aocordlnir to I..... PIlot. "..luSh

NoUlT lssruta.1.' Orand-P.Albert WIth.I U, ,r.ssas Lucle Inlet Yacht CI.tComm.d.L.n fl h's mouth and it clumped shut saillish, all of Shirtlesville Pa: Smoker Sayli .s .\. n nut Mtitrisj ioi :\'rr. 1'.le" Ihl. lard day at th'cnmher I E. S...... M_

l.t4r4 Ta.:. S p.m. loop Mall Thura., I p.at tlawkenlat .. Yaebt Clak It took a companion with. a pair William Wiggins Jr., CheltenhamPa IIUHIIM.is ('tusrmv. : %*. awnIllKOLU 1863 /111.511177' aiit-Ev ...

Indian al.! .* En..mpait SS I of pliers to release him and he Mill ., seven.foot, two.inch sailfish; 1. MIU-HL: ) .\_ Kxnil.'rr M.rkRmi.k"..HI.'r
Chief P.'rl.rob-P.ul MahaB Stuart Beard of Bllr. Plaintiff ) >l-nllTHIMiN' BCOTT (
tnd-4lb. Tu..., S p.... lOOt' Hall ......I-' ""C. R. Aahley. bciirj the scnrs1 C' J. Stipa sevcn-fixit, two-inch .,,". flitS IITI0000Nlii' Inn
Jeaaea Sank Squar. Club mad Aaalllar- I Ut Tbura.. I P.... Stuart BoUl Both bluefish and n1Jl1 rovenal'l'er. sailfish. Maria Slipa. both of Philadelphia I'OLLY Nlulcn ) 1.1'm.' A. O""hler..n .

Pr..Id.'nt'-lilP n. WI..od..I.. Vnlgbt, Stuart Stamp SocUty \ will "snap" at a !finger Pa, six-foot, two-inch OTI..t: Sit' It Ool..nd..nt"I.tII'O S I'lit Sue' .PoSt'lIorno": Jan. for a. P.ISocrtor:U. &S., 10111xIl'rsF I ..

PmuIis.t-Ju.sln C. Wnlnlglud.Eth Pra.lil.nt-William K. Scott 'I I he smart trick i is to grasp then I N'Itiep I I. 'hotehylrliio itisrll ltitt ,
: V.a. Chas.b .. --,- --- --- and that, certai In"n 15-: : lr' IIHtlrf': ".t II Confldonllul InvnUgatlons
Fri.. I p.m. S. S. Ird Mon,. S p ? Publlt Library h firmly back of the head. by' of :
Ou'.of...... Maaon lo.IUd. ci..* liitnfor mail ."d pillaredIn TIS I: IIHtllT ('Itt It 5'. ntlllM Criminal Civil &
ourl'l Club preferably with a cltlh.hile un PB Junior I that r orlulncao 'e pendlnaT !In IOIST1 drtTIIII.: .' rKMIIIil Domestic
1'.1 O. Bl.t.rb.odP I.t.d .0.,... I p... Totb Coolar hooking It. College th. Clroult Court of nut! Ninth J'ldlnlnl !LIHblin Ml TL'AL' IN- ) SUlc-Wlde Smlc
Chapter Circuit of HorhlH. In ami for CO )
f rnaldent-Mr P. I. Ml., On the other hand one of the Offers 80 Courses .Martin folinty, Fliirlila, In ('Pan'rr IIIH.XL1 I'luintirr i GOLD our
",.1.. Mon.. I pm borne "' ::1111. AlPS P5t1Inp'.iS.t: : '' r easiest fish to land! 'bv hand" i is >.. whoreln: Harold J Miller I I.t'luinttff I. \ ,! PROTCVE
f and Polly Miller U r> JACK I: u StRVICK
C' Cbspi.rProid.nOMru.. C. H. A.hley IN inn' C 01 MJi i uuiS'0: C'IIIII'r. the black bass Just take II firm Eighty Ct'u..csliII. be available fi.iilunt, th. ,undor.I4nel, I .. ripecUlMuntKf 01'1 '1'I'I".F' ) : .

....4l1t Wd, 10 am, "... ctt. M llllll lM: ', "p't'.kft.alp' grip of this lower jaw and! "bend to students unending evenin classes in Chuneery d..IIII.d, to nip Mrtttfi of a Hrlt ut Execution: I 461J1WA1'TED
t'LtlltISJ.k1't ....cut. nalrt lKx>tl.*. will offer f"r I In tm.' handa. liiaued nut of the Circuit
Order *f Ralob.w for Girls / InHI'; > back." The fish will minim im at Palm Beach Junior College .al. and Mill ...II to th* hlith'etand Court In a chIt .f Liberty
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Worthy Advlaor-Martla TUB .:. .I'ATI1 (irHtltl.rH mobile hile lift it out I during the spring Iiel1cler.ohich boat blrl.lnr tar c."h at public Mutual:: Inmirnntc Cii: imulnat Jutiiillver
l.t-lrd Tu.., 7 5 ilO p.m.. Mawnla lanipW (' 0'ttl'llONTl'okTChllbO4 l: you ( Ilutklia .
suitors at ti,. front do, 01 t 0. duly attvnted nnAuKtiHt
R.al Palm a.......... :; ;, It is always smart while !bout will begin on Feb. 3. Dr. Paul W. County Inurthona In th. City of M 11M3, th* jiKltt-ment "5sshi'h Young Men of

Noble. G.ood-II.. Clara. May. 'Talma' Dl'PWtH"1.I. fishing to carry along a \\ide. Graham is director of the evening Htiinrt, Martin 1,111,tr, lorliln, onMoiidav ... ,'.'lln w" lunuedbelnir Action
Hall :><>TI< H Tn IHtllI1'OIIlIAll : Leadership Training
lat-lrd Mon.. I p m. LOOP the iiith day of ,January rnorded In lbs Court
SI..I..... Elk L..... 1170 tll. rl.dllnl., of tlin, r.Btiitil: ofrliarloa mouthed landing net and, if you no division. AIL U84. Klthln the 1"11'111, l hut,. Lien lunk. I hate ,los.."I"'ul. right,
Kielted Kuler-Ueau TooktrS I Kranmiit 1 I'Httiirioit.; : ami ilmpHaMl. : outside to have a sharp gaffaboard. Students enrolling for credit -- ... of ails,' via. bn...ei-n the ItourSof title lotere of the aald Jn<'killver Stuart Jaycees
aru 1 lirmbv nmirind rttiulrml ooloik ( Ilmklea In and fur the f.illowlnir
Monday Cl ti>?., n'rlmk .X SI. and two -
pm be school 1
.. Club tu fllM any olulina, ur doniumln must high graduates or trfs J.l1ook! ahrad. and P.M., the following arrlbil proprtr deairlbe.1 nroperly lucnted .10/.10 Call
Stuart tutu' nulj Don't the have completed 1 the general eduCation .. of Martin In Martin tutu sly. to ltfndlvldHd ,
Ps.uid.tt-J.. 0... :null* l t"rh.ttllI'rla.:: ;* t'ntitP3o.lso "SWOl'I'lilh net or Prevent torent 1-1real altnat In County 1..101 Jok ST MOO

lat Tu.., I mo p.m.. let NatL ClnbnwmTaat : of Martin. L'ounty. I'loililiiIn .. : the put?. In using thin net. just lead development tests, imd are ,. Htat of Florida, to wit: In tort.t In tot C Doa.. ..T.382.

Rb. Clrla Club N.. II til" rmtlthoiia* at Htilart, r"lurl.ilii the fish into the mouth of it. When responsible" for sending for their -:1: ; \I. '..\t:Illl-r:>lthi -:>'r Lot tt& 'o.DI O..d..no lub,1lVInOon Hotith't J..n'1. th.l"h'' a itibdlvlnlon .70a
Pr..loI.nt-P..I. MaoArtburlnd4tb tt !thin .lilt, it)) olrinlar niimtlm I -. -- -- bolnor a port of Ih" I'o.'h' lt part of Government
Mon, 7 ,ill) am.. IOOF' HD from the ,dJati of thn first ptiblliatl duffing n big kind or H cobia wait transcripts! or state-Issued highschool I S."S" "I 1.1"',''.' Tn II/U.h. 1)llnll' W".t ot Cloll' lat a. Hee JH Townahtp S7HKan .--., .,
United Cammenlal TraveleraBealor "n of this Notlor. Eai'h ,latin ..irdrtond till the fish is beat down along- equivalency diplomas AllI'cNns SI.e.I'.S'pIu: "., ,.: t'I' t'I t'ull S .. \On: lui' a Na. Go "oi nioi k :0 e 41R N In Pint U.....k I -. .. ..
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inunt l In wrltliiK, sal JO.'I. h. I h, wl.n Ihat Ii.. \ .u-'ordisg lIt im e SI Martin J'ublla
lat n.Counselor.., I ...-....Ed Wood.Howard....'* Ran miiat,: listS' th..b""I'' of raid..<-* side, then calmly put the gaff, under I over twenty-tine years of .tlnli.iui, ,.5 I i", ,",,10 i ti.. 'rt.ioi''nOnI or nat llnnaon of Loral Irani UaroVn, *. rrcorled H"cor". County CITY

United] D..."....* of lb. Coafdan ,and Pout. and Of fit mint.'a aiMtea h., worn. of to thuutititnont by. iI and pull up. I have actually age are eligible!! to take any course .5, 1 to tb..'l"tI'"I'1" ::, :: ,Is:.,usiut., ':r o i"lurido;sb tho, In I'l'it llouk I. I'av 21. Martin Nnllri. ,In hereby slven Hint on

>r.lrt.._Mr ........ H. Komll excited "galfers"/ beat I on a non-credit hast! All evening i ,, Cuuuty. tturlda fubllo Ha- I
J the claimant., lisa' Burnt or attor- seen at a i "h Ii. .t t i I' ij," "''I ""," In .nd oorilfco Wednesday th* SIll, day of rebru- COMMISSION
ind Moo. ,,,,y.. or I It will 1.0..11I. void accord- well-hooktMl fish until! they knock. students must have a notarized affidavit r.., al I ,"' t 1111 i I' ."". i.'i..",.i, UI.OII ar>'. tnso between the houra of
i Unity Chapter, Ord. *f Caatcra Star f residence rr" I"., ..r ,.. "..., ..r ",.,1.1\, \. "II..n, nf ( *tlM. >r with all and lnaTuUr th,* U I ::10 .V.M. and 1.00 1'.M. at 11 KO STUART
W Matron-M... Joaeph crank.baw Inf I\elI\ "thi: Slrd) dll l y of n einbrPATTKH ed it olf the leader t< thin ,,"ii. 11.. I,", t iii 1.,,,ius'''"M to.ti ltiin.ntl, haredltanivnt and .P- .\.M. 01 th. an Id day .t th* front
lnd-4tb Thura. I p.', Maaaol TmpUCOVERNMtNTAL 19UI. I Registration will be on Jan 29. "II purtnanc* thr..unto longlnir, I door ol the Martin Cu"nl. Court
1'/ AI.I",1 JlAXTJoR: and 4 I 7 9:30 ".'I.I.m\", It"n ''II i JI,UtKET.niti or In anjwUn at per's Inlets aalilpron.rty Hotiae I all andIntere.t REGULAR MELTING
ORGANIZATIONS\ IJ S, Current fishing reports indicate 10). from to : p.m. in lindo'"' ,> ,,,. I, 1"I In being; *>ild In mutord.n.to: ; .i .1 aald Jaek It.

I a KitiPiitrlx: of the Eutala that the veteran pompano" fi'her.1 the college library. bo.ln...., S hnMtia"VT' ,",r P.I.tl ol plate. with th* terms ot and to aatlufyChanoer HIII. 'klea I In and] tn th* .Olvo.
City Coxmhaloa of C'harloe 1"r.most PBttoraon !have been For further information please nI hioi I hi '. rt Hiile ,. Marlin Said Perro.vat. .. rrlberl I ,, af PoPlIn Auction I 8:00 TM. 2nd and 4tk
r..1."V.1I Todt ".....H..... men doing good Coiol tlot, ; the :partita:; Inter- P. CHARY. to thei t ,lo for cash toHtlafy
pm. City: Han OI'nHTIHHt: > SCOTT sen Beach surf and that (igpers contact the evening regi lrar. Palm .1.01 in ..,,i 5..,unman i arr> Mr, and l Kpu.iaI Mauter In raid ..{ and all coat MONDAYS
Ct Guard Awlllarr lIeOHTImfolQN have been the Beach Junior College. 4200 Congress ,t.. K:. I. .M, ,HI" ,,t i-nrt 4.rrno| )' Glvan dot hand and .,al this
Commander .Vwnon Cb...* Hv /./ T T tmchturann, getting aoldcn din- 1"1..isi.! .11 i ,I u"',", ih..ie art. i II.. slhrprrauo : I *. $CVTAttsu'mayI ,A lull )A Ibfl
Moa.. I p.... CanS. Guard Acjt BMg. Attorney for fc.x.oimtf ner plates off the end of the Rand Avenue, Lake Worth fla.. S i'H' ,i. H t. ,t 'n,", .nlol! L.iuIos, | .. mmn IISON dOo'r'li'tk'ifcn: BHEIIIKP. S.Ct

Co.." Cuma'CbsIrumsFraub. '. O. Drawnr ISHttiart. Indian River bulkhead and! ulso! 33460, or telephone JUStice 2. Mil l K I I. ItllY HXIITir for PI'.Ietff' COUNTY rLORlDA Pl Hekotn.f .
A. Waik.Tua Horlda SII.H: o: I I. ItuyII II"'K' 1'1110 15cc. 11143Jan. (iSI'LSLIPub.
1.4-4101 *, M *.., Onrtkna Pub.: Jan. 3. U, 16, J3 1564 off Bay Tree Loel. 5301. rub.' JOIn. It _, .11/. r.ll. IL, loll : : B.9..1 04. tl'b4 JIB, .K, J3 U. 1544. .

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