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 23, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Newt on Folks From Th. Principal Woodall Says It May" He in Early February

RamblingReporter a '; Yu Move to New High School Delayed Again

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NATIONAL PUBLISHER i Weather Is Contract l Dateo: ;( >,\ Seen Coming;! in 11ayw
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IN The THIS National NEWSPAPER Publisher Washington Holding Up Final Plans Received for

D. C., in its January issue,
pluycd i up a Vacation Club advertising The Transfer
cries run by the First! National
Bank of Stuart in The Stuart i
News in 1963. Each advertise: "Pupilwill nut move to I the
ment pictured a local vacationerat new 'tdrlm County'\ High School Jensen Draw Job
some distant point and carriedthe until the. weather i improves $900,000
theme "save a little each week enough M dial the parking I lot, cun
he paved Principal. James (
and can do the 5ame, The
the ads \\"..),1.111 stated l.I
photos illustrating were
of i hire Acre a lew minor dear. !
taken by Miss Mary Lindsay
The News staff while on a vaca ,ing-ui' jobs to I he done .is welliHHlall Advance
tion trip to Scotland with Miss \\ slated, but the parkingloi !

Betty Jane Stott. The series was apruew problem, i is>> the biggest!! h.ld'lI1' ,
Anothci diflictillv (aces the T
inner In the best! advertising {
idea division of the Florida > sporls-mmclid! principal. and bin I Date forTourism
Press Association's 1963 contest basketball: couch Archie M irlz I
>> :
1 i
.t 4p The second half of the basketball,
v schedule is here. Stuart has pli\eJ I
I3.1.Jl f
10RI.SIRY I MEN PLAN : even team in the !Suncoast! ( on.

IXIIIBIl: AT FAIR DlSIINGt'lMIH) SFJOIC: AWAKJI'\MR: M. R. (Ronny) Nelson( left rccen plaqui :ten.me ;iw',inow, : they have tot!
plat\ them il home
Robert Barbot.! information and from Slate Representative William t Owens ut Stuart Jaycees' Bosses Night celebration the' V,..11 hi | 1

education forester, and Thomas. Club Restaurant Port Salerno. Tuesday evening, In background is the .speaker ol' the CM: '' 1\1, FrankFoster I g\ni I rhe in basketball reads except courts for in one the thing new 1 I Final plans unit specifications:

A. Smith, assistant district forester Jr.. u national) director ot the Junior Chamber of Commerce I'he bul.l'ture somewhere i in I II for the( new $9NMX() ) ( ) Jensen: Beach
both of Tice near Fort Myers
I irunsit! I ritl.iy Belle I Jrulgc draw span have been re-
game against
plans visited for Stuart a forestry recently exhibit to at make the Jaycees Hold Annual! Bosses' Night! dl.ultf will l h e plaved in the oldl I II"mlMed X'ivJ Frederick Bill Martin

Fair March. r g\m. It uouldnl be t too I .. I ountv engineer.
Martin in
County 'had !Sluail '' Dell reported ( hit I the draw
for at most times, hut'
,', this )ear\ I ligers haven placed l la span the final profit of theuotlern

NO SNOW OR 1 ICE: ::; Cite M R. 'Ronny' Nelson for game on HAll three. -span bridge-will he
'SMCE! in all. n looks its if it will be luster contract In Slay> and is exHiclcd -
I the first lull week in February be- to be completed, in about
Florida Development Commis>> lore Woodall. hit (acuity and students fifteen months by August: 196x l
sion I is>> enclosing a windshield Distinguished Service in 63 will be III the new building County ('omnli i"n Chairman
mail these days, bear
scraper in its on I Indi.inloun Roud In fact. il'l'Illitc F i r H n k \\achii reported severalweeks
ing the slogan, "Wouldn't you ago that the bridge
I possihlt that the building will was
be in Florida? We would '
rather but there have been M. R. (Ronny) Nelson was I The 1 Stuart News, Radio Station eec movement, urgiii|: the Sluait be dediculfd I ; he I'ore ,n t's full used expected to be under contract I bv
of several course, recently when awarded the 1963 DistinguishedService \VSIU and City Manager J Joe club to i increase its> illoits, to bring bur the dedication ceremonies .... M.lrch.aid this sock that the
mornings have received I Crowder were among the recipientsof : all local; young men ol action' not for Sunday Teh 9, will behold 'j date was changed to May in order
would just as soon Award by Stuart Jaycccs
v.e that winter
said WoudalhPresident visitors can use the
of certificates of appreciation into club membership regardless
the gift of a heater at Bosses Night celebrations at the I present: bridge until the
Frank Foster Jr.. a national director Cotton Rogers was chairman of \: end ot'
V. Yacht Club Restaurant. Port Salerno I Fr yON the "Inl r Mason Commissioner
of the U. S. Junior Chamber the committee for Bosses' Night, .
BIOLOGIST INSPECTS Tuesday evening of Commerce: spoke on t h e assisted hv Nelson Johnson, l Hampton Asks I'7.. 7.v. Wachu said that by advancing the

HOUSE OK RIIUGt Six past presidents ot (the club I forty- iK'yelir history of the Jay- and (,eorge Keith .... :" starting date the use of the bridge
would be lost for
only one winter
Dan Troth a biologist\ with the and seven previous recipients ot' 1--- -- -- $$96,000 on Two litE \\ ,,\"IO 11m) BE1'IIIS.Workmen have begun distributing season. ..Jhe ,

State Board of Conservation, recently the DSA award, were among those I Set for January 29-30 cast: iron pipe along last Ocean Boulevard, to StalesPoint '(' plant as IIPPIIIby *** -... '

t''! visited the area to make a present at !the west end of the Si J.uuo River Bridge! lo curry since Stute Road, IXparut\ent show..mt' /" I.
complete survey of the House of State Representative Willi.im, E. County SurveysA Siwulls Increase ol fitly feet in the length
to Point and. eventually,.HiitUunMm Island No complcUou
I Refuge Museum's research facili- Owens made the award to Nelson of the draw 'luiw The cud bulk-
ties and methods, as applied to the citing him for "spending a- greatdeal Show'to date for the project bus been reiyiil.' head will bo ""'wc".Ik thirty

piney>> lobster research programnow of time in work for the benefit Variety proposed allocation of $96, _._-- feet .fend the west bulkhead/ by
( for Iwo federal. I
supported by the state. impressed He. : ob:the tltbei Stuart and Martin Martin County was included survey in the n Industry Welcome Set /'elf. 3 twenty feet.
he "extremely
staged that was t ; u Navy veteran Thu-" bridge will bt an 820-fox t
and l most eAthusl >>lic" 1964 budget, submitted to> Con. I .
I a graduate of the Universityof arch-.hspod span with a double-
I about possibilities here. Biologist Florida; a former treasurer. vice Benefit Retarded grew Tuesday by President>> Lyn leaf bascule In the center The

Troth is also an accomplished >skin> president and chairman of various don Johnson Wendell Jarrard proposed I bridge will have a hori-
A sum of $'0,000( ) was proposed
diver and serves a* an instructorof committees of Stuart Junior to zonlal clearance of ninety feet bound
skin in St. Petersburg I The sixth annual Show available this and has for a survey in connection with
diving Chamber of Commerce: active in >> Variety in area become would have a vertical, clearance.
Chamber o f Commerce drives: 'I Associationor Retarded Chil- entertainment 'features over the which! includes !several pro'posed and 2',7 feet above mean low
OUR IAR-HUNG I chairman of the Multiple Listing years. 'l I his >car's show is expected [ canals in the county Be Industry Speaker water,
CIRCULATION NOW dren will bo held Wednesday Included also' was $4AMN( ) fora I
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'I Service of Stuart Board of Real- lo continue m this tradition Many There I will be fish piers along!
Aims ECUADOR tors and a himself a successful real Thursday, Jan. 29 and 30 at the new entertainers have been added >survey> of beach erosion on Jupi- the sides/ of the new bridge. the

Newest addition, to the widespread estate- man; a former director and. Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart. lo this I year's. cast. Interspersedwith cr No Island ilelmls the Martin County' Committee firm that have either moved 'here piers will bo about 2M feet long
circulation of The Stuart at 'twenty-nine the youngest ever Curtain time is 8 p.m. several of the "old lavonles" of the surveys were ''lil IX( has announced (that the or expanded their Martin County and would have t vertical clearance
liven communication from
enter- The >show> I is. as its name Indi- Come and the for [ a his of 4ft feet above
News is a subscription just president of Stuart Chamber bring family Senator speaker at the "Martin Welcome opcnilions during 1961. 1 group mean high water -
Hullund Frank County
ed for Don L. Gale, former Martin of Commerce; und a substitute eaten, a variety of the top talent' an evening of good entertainment Wachu Spcsiuird includes deiuril KF' tiUmgs, Tho piers i extend from the
County High School Spanish teacher in the Sunday school of County; Commission chaIr. Industry Dinner to bo heldon Ciriinimail i Alruult and Engineering : river bunk on the northeast and

teacher, now with the U. S. Information All Saints' Episcopal Church, Jensen nan Monday, I eb 3, at the Sunrise Corporation end Minute Maul southwest side Tha bridge will bo
Service at the United l States Beach." Team Begins SII'veyEducational Inn will, be the chnirmun-dircetor (sows lluminuled/ at night.

Embassy in Quito, Ecuador.fr Jaycees who introduced their Mrs. of tho I lorida Development, Com I Jarrnrd will speak on the fabulous Money: for the span has already
bosses! were: Nelson ,his father Almegord, mission Wendell Jarrard. growth of I lorldu and Martin been set aside In the current State
M. P. Nelson; Jimmy Anthony, The main purpose" of the diner I County. which is one of the Road 1 Department budget
BENEFIT: PFRIORMANCEIHTE : / Mrs. Carrie Law: Cotton Rogers, I Experts Republican Runs will be to welcome the several i faster growing counties!! in the state.
IS John M. Law Jr Jim Crawford, .
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Riptide Players! two-night presentation Henry W (Choppy) Schwab; Alvin Jury Is Hearing
of "Solid Gold Cadillac" Hendry, his father, A A. (Buck) | For Registrar Porter's Death Sentence Is
at the former Methodist>> Church, Hendry; and Walt Robinson ICen Studying Our Needs
Second Street and Akron Avenue Harris. I Testimony Now
will be for the benefit of the Animal Past presidents of Stuart Jaycees I Mr (" ,Illy' H Almcgord Palm Upheld by Supreme Court

Rescue League of Martin present were Joe Henderson JimDriscoll | Florida Department of Lduca- The survey was initialed. when ( i'f'' be I is>>a first candidate to announce for county that the of-[ On U.S. 1 r LandsA
the 'lust night, tenta- Rogers, Jack Coleman
County on lion experts moved into Martin School Superintendent Ihomus 1 >> I 1..
lice In the '
spring primaries.She 1 he Supreme Court of f lorida.foikl.iy 1 1 he 1I\'lt' "convinced
tively set for 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jack Hartman and Ralph Hart rook court 'l< was
reported to the all
Feb S. However, Riptide Players County Monday to begin a county- building/ needs recommended announced her candidacy. upheld the don 111 sentence; that the ends "f( justice, do not re- Martin Circuit Court jury is
emphasized l Tuesday that this date man.Previous recipients of the DSA I wide survey of the educational 1960 >survey> had been completed in l.a ut a Republican for 'the office: of of Willie Porter ot' Stuart, for ijiiire a new trial: I'tor this cause till listening& to testimony in a
is still tentative. Watch next week'aStuart award who attended were James : needs>> of the county. in the immediate supervise of regitraliol1hich first degree murder. T I hen lore, havuig 'lowed no reveresihte condemnation' suit for land pared
has been held Mrs
News for "firm announce Z' r R M Kuhn ahead. by Zola Blakes- i Porter was sentenced to death error we must and do affirm taken by the state In the construe-
ment." Tickets are on sale at Stuart DVM, iiiaI1\D; R. Scott William I : years Ice, a Dvmocnit. >>since 1943. M..y. 2H, 1962, In Martin Circuit the judgment and sentence-: of the him of U. S. I through Stuart.
police station, >sheriffs'> department A. Oughlerson. Frank DcStcfano. James Heading R the survey team is United Fund Hit Mrs Almcgord. recording secreary ('ourt for the murder of Roberta trial court" The suit Involves six parcels of
and Dyer's Dry Goods, as and Jack and Ralph Hartman Dungan. Assisting>> i i n of the Women's Republican Johns, who was decapitated with Concurring in the (opinion were and within the city limits

well as from Rescue! League mem- Richard E. Pry or, club president i- .various Robert H.phases Miller of, the Charles survey King are, Goal of $$7,000; (the Iub.group and for first.the vice past president two! years of, II machete.:: mx., other ;justices; 'I I he owners and their attorneys

ben and master of ceremonies, Robert W. Gilbert Donald Knappand made her announcement ut a club Porter a Negro, appealed his One other Martin\. ( oimliun, Ed. are: C. H. Hardwlck, former guso-
awarded certificates of apprecia- I Jesse E. Mullins.I luncheon Tuesday/ conviction on the grounds that the ward Miller, Negro, of Hob I line station, Evans Crary Jr? llar-
TORRKACIILS tion to: Mallory L. Johnson teenage I The team is expected to Dance on Feb. 7 I She has been a resident of Martin trial court erred by refusing to Sound" is I in death row lit Kaifurd old Flinkle, Stuart Hotel Crary;
ART recommend
OUR safety driving: Hams Wall. additions County since 1945, here taint his motion to quash the Miller was sentenced: to death for Stuart Shopping Center and Fire
: LIMIT Old Timers' Night; Burgess and I to the new Martin The Jensen-Rio United Fund I faros Massachusetts coming grand l jury indictment. the murder of Lucy Ann Weth- brand Gas Corporation, WilliamsR I

Our art editor, (the same one we Rogers, beauty pageant; Bob at Carver County High Gardens School, additions. >> reached its 1964 goal of $7XK( ), The primaries decide He alleged in his motion there ingt n, former Stuart Newt correspondent Scott, Gulf Oil Corporation: :, sec-
else turned ocr and Herb Kraft. circus; School new Mrs. Zola Swarthout. spring also Kobe lion of a service station, Scott
use for everything ) purple B.II-I elementary schools at the north president party. candidates and, if there are vas a systematic exclusion of of Sound ;
this week with receipt of an Vickers, safety belt campaign; announced Wednesday morning from the that No dale bur hm execution hit S. F Stephenson land id Stuart
George Rococo and Jack H. and !south county lines, and l the candidates: from bah parties, they Negroes grand jury 'ackkt
to some far- The seventh annual indicted Icon set.RIIIRS. and Marine, and Harry F.
invitation preview addition of junior high school classes drive which oppose each other in the lIener,1JUIOH him and that this alleged
out art at a West Palm Beach gallery ton "Jaycee Spotlight" radio program at Indiantown held Us kickoff on Jan 13, had I election next fall, discrimination deprived him of and Mis Myrtle Dyer, A. A.

Illustrating the bid was a increased its goal over last year e 1U a I protection of the law as i C// taking $*fJl IOIRM-Y ONSVILHDVV Representing M.rtin. County is
painting"i composed by : by ) ranted by the fourteenth A imminent
wads of horsehair, the material. with I Two Corporations "With, some return still to come : IIK.II; PI"US of the federal Constitution MJMUY: Attorney Dean Tooker. Attorney

which sofas used to be Huffed Ground Breaking I in, and final contributions at our AIR ACADI.MY III-RE: In a majority opinion written I Postponed for one week by bad ames Kiehardxm is representing!
and glueing them to a canvas with i Received Charters Victory Dance at Seymour Inn Martin County Junior High i by> Justice O'Donnell, the court weather, Stuart Sailfish. Clubs second he >state>

gobs of multi-colored thick paint. 1 on Feb 7. we expect to exceed the School will oppose Melbourne Air cued some fifteen stale and federal annual Rivers Tournament will
Set Tuesday at | Secretary of State Tom Adams quota/ said; 1 Mrs SwarthoutMn Force Academy on Thursday evening cases where similar points 'I' he held Saturday and' Sunday, Jan. QUIET: COURT &I.VSION:

has announced the chartering of Charles Hall and A. B. Jan 23 at ft;V) p.m. in the were brought otil involving jury 25-26 I ishing lime's are 8 '..m.I .
Tale Twisting Carver Gardens 'two corporations in this area. They Wilson, Rio, were cited u top | gym' of the old Martin County selection: discrimination and the I to 4 p.m. daily A wiener roast lI I It was a quiet night in Municipal -
) Court NX fines
I include: chairmen I lilet 5 Tuesday were
zone raising $86235 I High School. rulings in each puma at p m Sunday
I niposed six bonds estreated l three
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Mike .
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sentences deferred anil two
Ground breaking ceremonies Inc. 150 Princes, cases
at Drive Port St.
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THB! continued.
Carver Gardens School, Port Salerno Luck, authorized !!stock twenty Jirass'StudcIcd Coast Guard Auxiliary Dinner at Elks Club I
All this hogwash that's being will be held at 10:30: aim shares of common at $100 a share, NIIIINNHNNNN.ININNNINNIIII.NININ.IINNINIM.N.
publicized over the cigarette habit Tuesday Jan. 28 I I I dealing in sewage treatment plants, Last Week's Weather, I
lit the biggest! free ad the tobacco Ernest W. Edwards principal of Incorporates are Mike Skeffmg- 'tmp'dir Hl.l" Low BalnftllI

companies have the school will preside. ton and Estclle I Skeffintton, Port Stuart Host Saturday: Division Installs Jun: I: : : :: u :.noJan.
had M nuJan.
r' ever jrprediction The is
y progrlll1I. a I follows: St. Lucie, and Margaret Colvm andScruggs 17 T'I 40 ::0 ,r
i Is : hymn; invocation by the Rev. Rob- Colvin. Evergreen Park, Jan al o0
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j .. ;this will develop ert A. Crenshaw; Scripture reading III. Application: for charter' was Stuart will be hoi t Saturday fin ceremonies of newly-elected: flotilla lar Coast Guard! In acconiplishmg' tilt arranged by Herbert E. lynt, .1 J....: t. ;w sl en .lie:amt I IAu
+ ..G' into millions by Jesse Anderson president of filed by Dean Tooker. night for a brask-tludded dinner I officers.: a vital mission. of education in safe former commander of the local J.n.: St !:: a 4a :ae I I

::OW.of new smokers the PTA; a song by the boys' octet; Joseph' Auer Enterprises, Inc., marking the installation of U. S.I Rear Admiral Irvin J. Stephens, boating, and in relieving the regui flotilla. now vice captain of the ,... t..t,,"' for ws.k: HeTIDCs
\' because the tobacco brief remarks by Principal Edwards Stuart, authorized stock 100 shares Coast! Guard Auxiliary officers of commander of the Seventh: Din lar establishment in patrol of maritime Fifth (Division; He i I. being assisted AT '
L\ Yifl companies ; and presentation of Super of common at no par value, dealing the entire Fifth Division., The trict. U. S. Coast. Guard will be events search and rescue activities by local: officers and a division .tsLur "HI.w.k Wat.r P.W. Low AM.Wale P.At ,
are too big to intendent Thomas L. Crook : in real and personal property. event scheduled for the Elks: Club, the installing officer, assisted by and In its major activityof commute Inn new flotilla offices Jan, 5.35 n: at4: hums
let this health found[ breaking ceremony by Incorporate are Joseph Auer will bring together officers of flotillas Commander William J. Donnay, inspection of the safely of privatelyowned lake command of their respective Jan Jan, it :.:. Olt; ..41 tree att: t0a7 It.:..
problem slow down production. members of the faculty: ; singing William Fred Milton and Martha from Stuart Fort Pierce, district director of Auxiliary atliv- craft through a con- I group following/ the In>> Jan f a 3. I'U 11.4r6
They will either make a smoke that of the "Alma Mater" and bens Auer Port St Lucie Country Club. Port St. Luck Jupiter, Riviera ities. slant program of courtesy motorboat I tan ceremonies. t"lIa'l / / : : "
will pass the law or they will make diction by the Rev. J .L Turner. Application for charter was filed Beach. West Palm Beach and Del- Coast Guard Auxiliary flotillas examination I Che Stuart Flotilla Is i43.5::: :: :: : : ;: ; 1

a law that will pats the smoke. The public is I invited by W. R. Scott. : ray Beach for the annual rvearing- are important asset to the regu- The event Saturday night It be- as host "f gestI ... ... tit kw" 044 bas L- i


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1IIF STUART (Flit.) NEWS I The next( meeting' will he Ian .._ u" . "'" .',. _"' ........... r8 fjf
Ihiirxlu I January, 21, }I964DcMolay 27 .11 7:ill( pin .11 I Ih,' M"von i,,,
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Club Had Meet in.t* I HOI.)l 'ANJUAI..r! 1'1' (' 'OIf .. '''''!r -- .," .
I The United C Church Women of
I I he DcMoliv\ Mothers Cluh I ,I Martin County will hold their dni -
net i I icccnlty at the home of Mrs. i mud meeting friday, Jan "M. u s
( harlcs Jette. New officers elect the Methodist hurch ( iflci will, wI
he served III l 9\0:: lI.m. with the
Ii were: (president. Mrs Jackson
meeting lit 10 Election ,'I l "ithc, ,,r,
Wright; vice president Mrs Cnl I ,
will he on the agcnd i iUSIIIRS
hart House; secretary Mrs Ernest 1 M
Hi > treasurer, Mrs kite; puh
| cc:
: (IUB I isDINMR 'd
ticity chairman, Mrs John (,ray: w t 3I'
:\ SPONSORThe :\
wars and means chairman; Mrs.
Dalton Anderson, refreshments. Ushers Cluh of St loscph'
Mrs Sheik Martin: ,sunshine Mrs. Parish will sponsor .1 hnrhccued
(hirlcs Sipos: t telephone. Mrs chicken dinner on Sunday Ian
Floyd Moore; entcrl;immcni. Mrs 2h from I 12 noon to 4 p.m ai the A '
William Rogers. and historian school grounds
Mrs Chris Kalh. street s ( / _____ __
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Monday thru Friday 12 TIL 2 P.:M.

DINNERS 7 Days a Week S 1'0 10 P.M.

For Reservations Phone 281.4040 I
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Where the Stars Meet .
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___________ __ ___ _____ _I Il' 1 Cooke Mrs W Arnold (,e net ,
Mayor Ray
I ARBOR IHY ANTING m Stuart Memornl Park on Friday
I Jan 17 did nm fall short ol water Planting m the ram are left liam E. Ambler city) superintendent ol parks < 'i'--1<

to right: MM J. W. Husscy president (of Sturm Garden Club: ___Fan Wachi and City ,Manager Jot < rowder

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i I i Arbor Day Planting/ I ::4L41TATIOV -

MISS CLAUDIA I1ANSFN I Arbor( Day Friday Jan 17. I I hlikeana (Hong Kong orchid), t trw 41
Ruhnke photo I rlA. ,
Stuart official tree t
was observed in Martin Count} IpFNI'A: OPe" t1,4r,1
Twenn sis tree altogether were Now
I by the presentation of more than In Rnnm is ut I f 1 '1' /((
Hansen-Rice Engagement Is given to the City Parks Depart Our bin R sale p.m' ry ,I
thirty trees by Stuart Garden Club mint for further planting in the ll"nrl Mad rpr rMM lafla n.yl.
I to the City of Stuart and Martin nark' and at Hospitd; t Pond, Fern / p Nllero IINI,
Announced by Her Parents County. in connection with Tree Hill: Cemetery and Stuart Youth Illial n a f4 '
Planting Wick, (proclaimed i h y Center Eleven more were don it. y
Governor Tarns Bryant! ed' to the for planting at
Mr and Mrs Claude N. Hin- : Martin County High!! School andIs In spite( of inclement weather, the courthouse county. :the agnculiuruldcp : Ib"hoop /
men, North urolm.i Drive an- employed at the A&P as a Mrs W. Arnold Gcsner. chairman ,irtmenl. Port Salerno Civic (luh) .
GOURMET notices the engagement: of their' cashier. of the club trees. plants nnd seeds Rio Civic Cluh, and the new Martin .
daughter to Robert
l.aurunce/ Rice, ion of Mr. and Her fiance was graduated from committee: and Mrs W, J. Hus County High School.
BUFFET Mrs Raymond F. Rue, North Campbell, N Y., High School in sey, president, assisted city and. Despite the rainy weather sold during more
county officials at a. token planting than fifty trees were i
Federal Highway I i9'O. He in now employed by in Slu Memorial Park on the day to the public. and further
SUNDAY. 0 TO O P.M. Mist Hansen, from Florida Coat irt s
formerly Cast Railway as a Last Ocean Boulevard. They join I, sales will be made on Saturday -2"
Creenport N Y., now attends yard___clerk n __ __unu_ cd with Mayor Ray Cooke, City J.in. 25 between 10 a.m. and 2
For MMtrittoni, ttU you thing Manager Joe Crowder Supermten. permitting, at the -
loom hoiteM,Helm, itIIOwuJ The Arts Club Elects dent of Parks William E. Ambler Memorial' 1 Park
14064 ATlmtto 7-4400 I Lively ; and rank I Wach i, chairm of Stuart Garden Clubs goal is BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30
Martin County Board of Commissioners 2.000(( ) new trees in Martin Counts : """

i I Reviews Four Years' ActivityThe m planting! a buihimi; hy I9M I I II 'II li/I IIII.I III II1I)i| Illl iiir J- CONTINUOUS S\TURIH\IT\IURF" FROM SUNDVYThursday 700 I I PM

lively Arts Club, now entering vice president; Mrs William Walters New York Staters Led List
its fourth year of activity, treasurer: and Mrs George Friday, Saturday
Y/fttJJ. jtruuJ FM elected its 1964 officers lit the 'I Wait, nccrctiry, Three directorswere
(: $ January meeting also elected to 'serve in a Of Langford Villas Guests
rOn They arc: Mrs. Pickett Warren, I consultative capuctiv; Mrs Wesley --

M.. ._T._.__5.__1, relwem-----Stuart- -. and__-fort_.!_tarn_ __.1--'._!president, Mrs 1" : Charles.!: _Iintcll: Fo* Mrs. I I. T. Taylor and I New Yorkers accounted for Yachts and their owners from I I MEET McUNTOCKHa ti liken hit
.. ,; Mrs W. I I. Williams.
whiskey bud...
\ scwirvmt ( t- the'fifteencouples Florida included the Blue Heron -
Former presidents of the club who were guests at I angford Villas -I :' Roscoe T. Anthony, Palm I a' s tlis womet tort
arc Mrs Wesley I fo\ (founder and / for the week ending Jin 19 Beach; "Do.Re.Ml," Mr. and 1 ( ,fndiewett
moving spirit of the organization). with Port Cheslentes leading the Henry Weber Fort all to hinselllIOHNWAYNEfMAJREEPJO'H1LRA
Blakely'sONE Mrs. Wait, and Mrs J. MN'I
George field with four couples( Four counlcs "Bliz II." Dr and Mrs.
Ashhy Arbogist I were from Florid. two from I H. Mitchell Jacksonville; "
The club, whose membership I is New Jersey and two from Ohio. 'loud," Mr. and Mrs A. L Meh-
limited to forty, in a social organization Floridian again led the list of ling, Fort Myers Beach:
! which holds eight meetings yachtsmen who were guests at the Mr. and Mrs Walter T. "Fbl-II"I
H year in members homes. Programs :Langford Marina during the same icksonville.
rA cover many phases of the period with five out of the ten From Maryland came the Pandora
: arts; and since !several members yachts and owners coming from ," Dr and Mrs. C. H. Wols-
GROUP FAMOUS LABEL are either professionals or gifted the Sunshine Stile Three yachts worth Annapolis' : Matador," Mr f (
amateurs acquainted with various were from Maryland and one each and Mrs. N. Morris, Stevensville,
aspects of the performing arts, from Rhode Mind and Connecticut "Headwind,' Mr and Mrs J. I 1 "McLINTOCKrDQ ,!
participation by the members is .
encouraged in the program offerings ChesterN Duiglus Dirhy, 801emun.Other a(J 0.10G..JCumrg[ :
DRESSESWools Villa guest from Port y"chland owners who
Mrs Fos, a versatile artist has Y. included Mr and Mrs AI were marine guests include the TECHNICOLOR'PANAVISION'.tlATJACnowc. .hMMMMnonmSunday ,
two demonstrating Feminelli, Mr. and Mrs Don: Innay' IV 1 Lewis i Ros ntial,
- given the programs art of block one printing Bishell!, Mr and Mrs. Mike Hind Greenwich, Conn. and the
and Mr. and Mrs Victor Gulo "I.uiiri" Admiral and Mrs. K. S.
and the other, painting on glass
; Chiffons i/ Mrs. Pickett Warren and Mrs. Other guests from New York Reed, Little Compton, R I II I. Monday,
Off included Mr and Mrs Henry JSchiehcl. .
Ernest Davis, talented musicians
: Silks Jerseys 72 have entertained the group withdelightful BeHhpige. long Island I
musical and N. Y.: Joseph Rose, New York IFF RODFO MFMIOSSPURS :
.. Mrs, Chirles' Lintehas: programs read for City, and Mr. and Mrs Thorn. INQLIRII I !?
their pleasure some! of her charm. R. Fowler Roslvn Heightsrioridnns 'I Letters have come from four'IOulheu"ern I
Included Mr and Mrs I
Mrs Roland
ing poetry H. G. Williams, Jacksonville' LouisA I states to G C Troiip
: One ALL painted an oil portrait of one of ; I
Group ho members before an enthralled Deluca Boynton Beach: Mr : owner of the Circle T. Ranch at
KNIT SUITS JACKETS AND COATS group and Mrs. John Frvin, St Petersburg Injiantown, since mention of the
Other club meetings have comprised i :: and Mervin Widcman Or. II { rodeo was made in a recent issue I
w 20% OFF 20% OFF viil10 the Norton Galleryof I hmdo, I of Life migi7ine
Art in West Palm Beach, the I Other guests included Mr and _
J Reamo Backus Studio in Fort Mrs. George l.. Ernst, Dayton
One One Group Pierce, the Nekrassoff' Shop and, Ohio: Mr and Mrs. John H. Wey
Group more recently to the home of Mrs. er, Kittenng, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs
Wool Skirts and Sweaters Sportswear. .(Cotton and Dacron) Raleigh Blackwelder m Rocky A E. Schwerscl' Surf City N. J.. We Are PleasedTo
Skirt Shorts Pedal Piishrn (ullotfs
Messrs Moorehead and
and ,
Point where the J1oo.tnaave an Heydt
: 20%/ OFF 20%<<; OFF interesting talk on her beautiful Pepperling, all of Princeton N. J.
collection of antique glass Announce
The art of the dance was repre- j
anted by a program presented' by the reading of a large number of I
Chela Jicoho and some of her current theatrical works '
Closeout Markdown talented students, and! at one meeting The latest meeting was held on That The (
Miss Jean Roos offered an excellent Friday, Jan 17 at the home of I
review of book dealing Mrs. James Htllpcnstell, with Mrs
: OF FAMOUS NAME BRANDS with the works of artists I M T. Heckler as co-hostess and
Over the yean the members the members read the comedy, RestaurantPortion .
: Swimwear Blouses Shorts Skirts I have also' enjoyed_participating m 'Come Blow Your Horn" (! (meta


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aiRS, WEILE;/ ); HllinuiN.: Correspondent AT 7,1769 I Owens Named to
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Women's Association Has I farr Study Committee

+ R"I'I'l'el1l.tlll\ W I I I 11 i a i in I
Successful Fashion Show (hum i nI.I \t,irlm ( aunts he. hippomud ,
\ rn S;imor James I.( .'"
i I nor ot Brook sMlle, who i" thin ,I
Port St Luci: Counlrv; Club I Iler. Mrs Mildred, Sl..lOner.lr'. I ,'in ol' llii I ciisltlive| ( stand. I i is
WHS ins n-on Mondd\.m. 20ol Johanna Brunnmg md, I Mrs Helen :ru .mi. "i tommiilee' to simtvmillion "" t
one of the WII"IIf1ino.... out-I Richardson, il rcMMon .1 t ind i n'd'

Landing affairs, uhcn the Jensen'' High,!! "r.IIIIa' extended t tp imn.l, Jnnu-I I" I iho I I"I'.Ih"I
Beach VY omens Association sponsored Mrs Mane Miller' as chairman ol
a 'luncheon card party and I this most' successful, party She wa- !
l.ishion show which was itlendidIn I assisted in arrangements by Mrs TransportationIs

210 women. Mvrdohilmun' as co-chuirnian ,
,Lovely. dull, mode: of nylon '.
net. in rainbow hues,
served as attractive y
table decorations and were Arbor Day Observed r V t Offered

presented. as favors to each guest At Jensen School J
There. WAS also a prize for each I Members' of I the Kqmhli,,

table and numerous door pn/es. A tree-planting ceremony was I \Vcimoiis ( ,huh nl' Martin, ( .nun

which were won by Mrs: Belt t ) held Friday morning. Jan .17 at "iro ,'irrinning. transportation' 1 u'
Johnson Mrs' O. Fcklund. MrsSjllv 1010.: when I Ihc Jensen. Beach T I. O) l I' aunty rails .it 4 p in' Stili <
James Mrs Trudy Heenan darden (tub presented u haiihmiahlakcuna I r 't Its .iI \ lit.sh .il the Jilt Al.n I I...

Mrs ('J'lIc|> I'arrctt. Mrs. Polly (Hong kong orchid tree) .""Y ion. lorllilth, Street. \Su' '-t "l'iBe "
Silmdcr. Mrs.' Sophie Thompson. I 'to Jensen Beach Elementary School, i t 6' u fe t nil
Mrs. Hilda Wa<;on Mrs. Cicorgi- Representing the Garden i Clubat : 1 I Untied' Slates' Senator rhtiisti/ i iU
.lI1a i Holferll, Mrs Ruth M.lltY.1 the were Mrs tal\in W i \ Morton. nicnihcr of the con

an.II'Mrs, 1 Leah \\ood. Special prices" ceremony Mrs commander, I rank. Von Halle trustee. George rhomp- I miitee on finance and, commcrc
I \\ilber, president of the club WWI\FTFRVNS INSTAI11 The 1964-6 iflu( n I Barracks. No Any \\\VI lick I Ideas miniediiite past
were won hy Mr. Lorraine Jack Kuhn nnd Mrs Fred Peter- I'rgcllnl.lhlrl11I'hlhl' A Kirse' commander: Al 'x Davisson. chaplain: mil chairman ot the Republic"
illcton. Mrs, Dorothy M Veterans, installed at ceremonies at Jensen Bench c ammumu Church on Ihurs son \ senatorial commute
and Mrs. Blanche Herrmann MI.I'j kin.The I day Jan 16. are. left to right: E J. Snyder qi' icrmastcr. Charles Diflendiil, ( l\de- Dills 2nd District commander installing, otliccr: and t Harry DMln tumor in which, he succeeded campaign. Senator, Bi"

Dresses shown hy the school children were present senior vice commander, Fred Hall trustee: Ham Heritage legislative officer: sure commander rCioldw iitiv will he speaker

were. from Helen' Dress at the planting and the principal .- -. -- .- -- -- -- -- --- --- -- -- Transportation; can be .irranj
Commcrciul Street in J en mesh I L Varvil accepted 'I eel by culling Mrs' II I WilloughIn
Benin, and included. beachwear on bchalt of the school The tree i Tal; Dates Ft'b 17 autl! March U ,. AT 7-1972. or Mrs.'Ole: Ainu::

daytime and after-five drew ina was\ placed in the courtyard in the Barracks 854 Auxiliary ..--.--...... .--...---........... ford, AT 7-:fiO')
I' ,
sizes Show. rear of the school and
variety of and klylcs
ing the above mentioned fashions was made.I for the twenty-fool Holds Joint Installation .111' ,. Crankshaw to
were Mrs I I.eafy Gardner Mrs' spread which the tree requires. Thirty Criminal Trials Are Set

Florence Older, Mr 1 *. Amelia i Mil-, : f Say Farewell/l at

Garden Club Marks The Barracks and Auxiliary cf tional Rtrgeanutbiir -. rms. St. Pet 'r.1 Meeting; of StarI
I World War I held their annual )'. l Lucy M.t"II &lerlllll1111aide.decamp.

Mars I Hill I Division Fourteenth Birthday I installation dinner at the Community host>i I'ulm lieachn ; In Circuit Court by Trowbridge I lection of officer and a fare
Kick.off I Church on Thursday evening Mrs Frances HiBeach. of Ve r n I will) address hy Mrs lean C'rjnk
Holds UP .
Jensen Beach Garden Club met 1 Jan 16 Approximately 125 Mrs Ha/i I Courtney of1Vest shaw, outtfoinii woilhv matron ol.

A ktck-off coffee for the M.irs in the dining room of the old Community I were served, including numerous; Palm Beach md Mrs Hun-I I Thinly trials hIve been scheduled I I' IVm Jr. brc.ikmg'' and entering' Mitchell, grand larcenv: \\','unuI Unity (hapler: 17, Order ol 'the

Hill division of the Jensen Beach- Church on Wednesday aft visiting i dignitaries i from throughout lan Lloyd of HruUnlon. I IW..I lor h-h I 17 .,mil M.irch 25 in I with mtenl lo commit a t mistlcme I co I I.ircey. iuwsession ol niikinkhme I'""isiern Star will he (he ''I'l'' I n
Rio United Fund Drive was held ernoon. J.in. I I'. and celebratedits the sule Martin CIrcUIt ('ourl b\ Judge l' '.inor. Sam I ,illlc. I 1.lre..l101. .in I whiskey' ; Inn Merrill two older ot, business ul the ch.iplernieelmy
at I l-ouisc', Place at 7 on fourteenth anniversary The officers of the Auxiliarywho nI": \I1I:1\U: I'leiller liowhndge/ I I automobile: Jiiiin (', 'lorres. l.ir- I II charges of cattle. Iellhn,; Jesse |I'. nl K pnl.1hurwluu in, the
Jan 13. pm. The president Mrs. Calvin Wil- were installed were: President MRS.! KAM-'S: ICMRU.Members 1 :" j Pre-senlencc. investlgitions' have I I eenol' an aiilomobile.: I oren/o I Iulrntm Kowell grand larceny; Sinum 1. M.isoinc I Inge on I 1.1\1 Osceol,
Monday.Mrs Zola Swarthnut, presidentof her gave a short talk and showed Mrs. Ruth Hall, !senior vice president i. of World War I Barracks been ordered! for lour defendants: (' breaking und centering'' Parks griiiul larceny: Rupert ('. Street

tha United Fund organization, cOl'agemade the previous, day at Mrs. Eleanor Diffendal; junior and Auxiliurs attended mOl Santos DUgido. md Avelma Sanchcv. I with intent to commit a felon)'. I II II Uxiin.ni I grand larceny, \\'illiallenr All 1II 'IIII"1"f the chapter in
opened the meeting and called upon an instruction class ut the home of vice president Alms Marie 1.u- body the services, ,for I'Mrs Al\m I charged with breaking and I url C. Hunter( Iwo charges, olenlcrinii 1 \ Porter, agitravated 1 assault, urged' to attend 'the' session. in orJci
the Rev. Newton M Tweedy. Mrs John Roman. cur; treasurer Mrs. Cecile Harlow Kane held !at I the Yates funeral'' entering; \silh i intuit II 1 to commit' a without breaking an mitoniohile : :- und drad, ) 11.ie( her, aggravated, to choose olfleers Ins the coming
of Jensen Bench Community Mrs RMiurd Jluptel of Snug ; chaplain Mrs Hazel l Houghton Parlor on Friday) evening by the I misdemennnr: Ben link. lor escape ,I ,: : : John: rank Hunter: t robbery : ussaiili >eir, Visiting !Stars 'ire .ilso melted.

pastor Church for the invocation. Hdl'blr.al the guest ."e.lker. She ; conductress, Mrs. Josephine American Legion Auxiliary and Beth Alwood, on Iwnchiirgcs I canard II. J.le"'I1. rob- Being re-tried under the so-called' Kelreshinenls' will, he ,,'rve&!
Officers of UF and other special gave a most interesting! Silk on Doming; guard. Mrs Mary Stock- Al the meeting on I rulay Feb ol IM"I'I I Ivory, duard I: I Williams: breaking Gideon: ruling of the U. S. Supreme
guests were Introduced. Helen herbs their history, going back well secretary Mrs' Rosa, Alter:: :;; 7, the charter will be drap'd in Three c."e were dismissed,: and entering' I with intent 1 lo commit Court,. on grounds hut they didnot
Richardson, program: chairman la Biblical times, and their cultivation patriotic 1 instructor I Mrs her memory. Robert M Martin licensed 01 I I a misdemeanor hive counsel when originally Rummageand
introduced Dick Campbell. who throughout! the centuries Duryca; flag bearer 1'011'Henri. I II Mrs. Kane, who trade her homein grand larceny: Kenneth W. I ink- Joel Darby has been scheduled I II convicted, are '1 lurk. Oilen Sag-
acted as muslerof ceremonies, and A birthday cake marked the I etta Horton; banner bearer. Orleel Mrs.Julia Rio passed way suddenly chorst. charged with lewd liscivi- I I", be tried on Fcb I IK for breaking ner Ihompson 1 I undburg and I "
- Martin Wahl secretary and treasurer occaion. and was served hy the Clark; historian Mrs. Monday night Jan I 13. I Otis and indecent assault. and( I I'd- \ and entering v.itinterll/ to I II Dirhv. I
Fel"lund trustee for three Bee
years Bargain
'. who gave a financial! report following hostesses: Mrs Ralph I ; for ward Lawrence charged with assault commit a felony and escape -
which Mrs Jack Best t. Mn. (Calvi Mrs Helen Ferguson; two I with intent commit a fel.I : I Ii
naming the organizations Henry All \INIV' (;Jill I) Fruits for the following have
and I II
benefit from our local United Fund Wither and Mrs, Frieda Petcrkin, years, MI'Jo"l1ine Dories A'OUNCUKU: PiRTY I onto wit: murder been set lor: March 2t; !Irl. St Sal., Jan 24-25!
;: Drive with Mrs Leroy Heppc presiding for one year, Mrs Betty Ihonip- Guild ,I :I Three charges against lames A, I (hestei 1 H, Signer' Jr child nun i ANTIQUES 9iOI) ..11I, (In ;!IIIII: pm
All Sunni a
Campbell then introduced AI at the coffee table. son.The installing officer was Mrs dcssurt-card party to announces he held il : Pinker ere dismissed: two charges I leslalion' J. 1 Yales. aggravated IttHK.III; AM, StIIDLM.IIII.MI ul' the Old ,\&|1' Shire
Painter\ general. drive chairman I I ol breaking und' entering with intent issaiilt Mark I Ihompson. IIr.lnllIIIIIt,1 last:. 1 Oeean
Jan ::: Hnulevurdhpousored
Frances Henry District 2 president the parish, hull on Ihursday, : : : I and .U .: : 11111 I Is1: l lI
to commit
who made, and a Mrs few Alice appropriate Dixon and remarks )Itl rs Snyder, Becomes from Vero Beach She was 130.' There will be table and door I tempted breaking i und felony entering with, larceny; itsault, i ((liestei arler, I II, .iggravaled I HI-IN WADIIVMSIt hy
I Sag-
Mars Hill co. President assisted by Mrs. Hazel Courtneyof prices. tind reservation may he I intent I to, commit H lelony \ I '" Jr..rn Hrmh 1'1"11' f-iaill I Till: RirillH: l'I.AHK'i
William chairmen.Delancey Mrs. Dixon< introducedher Auxiliary West Palm Beach i made by calling Mrs rank W I Wilson V'. Short; wit placed on Del- -, Ji-, .. grand -'larceny-- ; I rvm I I. 1 1I t
Chairmen appointed by I h epreident Antos ut AT 7- 149.
the absentee docket He is charged
workers and] others prevent The American Legion Auxiliaryheld Mrs.
stated that I the business are : legislative ------ with arson tirst, dkgrcc reduced to
Delancey group! its regular meeting
y. had always) made its quota.The on Monday evening, Jan. 13, and Julia Gesncr, membership, Mrs Bullet GrazedMan's I 1 second, degree. I
guest speaker for the afI I regretfully accepted the resign Helen Ferguson' hospital welfare I I Trial I for the following have 1964 General Electric
and Mrs Anna !
t: fair Rev Tweedy, delighted tin i lion of Mrs Clifton Bownds i as publicity. been net.. for Feb 17
F audience with his ninny feats off president:due to the press of other Mrs. Hanson! substituted Mrs for the Forehead I Robert I I. Men, breaking and
magic and continuing dialogue. duties outgoing president Ferguson .entering with intent to commit a"i

Refreshments and Social hour Mrs. Emma Snyder. first vice who was unable to attend In Cards Fuss I, felony; 1 humus I iindburg/ roll i I
due Illness. I II
A follow 'd.USCS president, will, fulfill the duties of District to 2 Commander Clyde : I hcrv. Porolhv stolen goods I ouise: Chester Carter Sag receiving PREMIER SHOWING

president until the next electionof Dill of Vero Beach installed: the Somebody up then: likes him, .IIIlI) with
i Ir. breaking entering
1-: TO 1101.1) officers.cheduled for the firs I npr:
I. Davis, of Booker
following officers for the Barracks Isaac thirty intent to commit. .1 i felony. 1 1 hornas
meeting in May : Commander Phillip A Park, Indiantown, firmly helievciI I Ola I aw
The Women's Society of Christian At Monday's mecting it was decided KiN;; senior vice i commander I I Davis escaped serious, injury I renee.tinilhiirg.robbery,e-cllre James; Agnew

Service of Trimly Methodist to send two. girls to Girl. Charles Dlffendal: junior vice commander 'Saturday night when a 22 Caliber robbery, James R Mills I iwo fI
lurches( wishes to remind people State in Tallahassee in June. Candidates Harry Doming, quarteriiastcr pistol t bullet 'grated his forehead: charges of breaking und entering. /
I of the community as well as members have not, as yet been I Edward J Snyder: chaplain Ile was treated al Martin, Memorial I with\ intent to commit .i felony v r p /

of the rummage sale which chosen. Alexander H Davisson; judge Hospital 1 and released and breaking and entering with St. f
will he held on Saturday. Jan 25 Also; voted was a $W donation advocate. Hurry, Heritage. and Davis told Deputy Sheriff Frank intent to commit ..1 misdemeanor:
at the community center. starling;, to t h e Jensen Beach-Rio United ,trustees, Frank von Halle Fred'I Prevatt he was ,playing cards with Preston Davidson false imprisonment
at 9 a,mSloppy. Fund Drive and $10 to Jensen Hall and John G. I /H.>hcrt Parker tl1l1t)-three. also and kidnapping. \Villiani R
t Joes will he serve d Bench Fire Department Besides n ;,lICYde; ; Dill of Booker Park when an argument I COMPLETE !
j throughout the day. The I Auxiliary held services at guests included the following, allof t Marled Parker suddenly --

Mrs Ernest Baker chairman of the Yates Funeral Home on Frl whom made brief talks: Harlan. pulled a gun aimed it al Davis I I' CommissionerVacha --- 2,511 r
the sale requests that all articles day evening for its departed mem Lloyd. past department commander head and fired .
for sale he brought to the center bar Mrs. Alvin Kane of Rio who of Bradcnlon; Cornelius Print Prevail and Deputy Sheriff Floyd I Will Be J Honored' LINE tree =.. :

on Friday morning.CRD died suddenly Monday night. She national assistant convention man McAllister later found Parker walking I Vicel(
had been a member of the Legion ager. Fort Pierce: Roy Wood naMRS. along the railroad tracks near "Fr ink Wac h" Appreciation I
PARTY SIATTOI Auxiliary for forty.three years, and Booker Park charged him with\ 0.1V..ill he celebrated in Jensen' OF
was currently serving is rehabilitation aggravated. assault and task him I' Ueaeh on Sundav (Feb I 11\, with a'i
OR UNTIED I I FUND chairman for Post 126 RUSSELL BOITOV lo the county jail. They reported : \pig' roast .served. family style at I II 3.111

The World War 1 B.macksiII Auxiliary IN MltMI HOSPITAL Parker had the loaded gun and I Jensen beach Causeway from 11 1 WASHERSModels I'er

hold a card party at the community Al.t the business meeting on Fcb Mrs. Russell Bolton of Scaview I I several shells on him when he was Ito 6 p,mAll I II .

center on Ihursduy evening, 10. \the charter will he draped micr Crescent, is a )patient at Victoria I apprehended. J DIVIS wan charged I attending are asked to takea reek F-
J Jan 23 al 7:10 p.m. for the benefit memory. Hospital, Miami, and on Friday with affray, a t table !\Crvice. Vince liocchmo
of the United Fund. There will The meeting of Jan. 27 will bea morning she underwent surgery Jr. i is chairman. for the event sponsored .

he 'refreshments and door prices.of. I social meeting gnd i is reportedly coming: along CUB SCOOTS 10 HOLD! .I hy Jensen BeMch Area. C ham- N 3,5(1(
Fred Mill will be chairman well. norm: DRIVE: SUIRIUY' I her of Commerce
. the affair assisted by members of cry Per
PIRSONUSMrs Mr. Bolton took her. to Miamion Cub Scout Pack 430 of Stuart Start
the Burriicks- Thursday. It will probably be Mart than 7X( ) informers enabled Wcck1V
I it holding its annual bottle drive
Brenner of New York
week before she is released from the federal government' |II 1'I
a on Saturday, Jan 25 Scouting organizations
IIORACE III L RFJOINS Tily. flew here recently to be with I )
the hospital recover .2,0011.0011. ) ( ) in (hazer, penalties
are non-profit
TANK UNIT IN CIRMANV her sister Mrs, Joseph Perlherger. groups und Interest during the year /
and have to their fot "
earn money
the illness and death
during ended June 10). 1961 The informers
Horace Hall, son of Mn, Plinie of the latter' husband, who passed :MRS. IIFPPE ENTFRTUNS outings and activities.. Resident are of AS
O Hall of Jensen. Beach recently requested to lave all their. deposit received un average $777 I
early at
away Sunday morning Sixteen guests enjoyed a lunch. each as rewards for their
returned to Friedberg Germany Pierce Memorial bottles, and when a Cub Scout '
where he Hospital eon and card party given, by Mrs.Leroy lion. informa'j
from Pans, France spent in his blue and gold uniform .
the New Year holidays with his Past Department Commander : Heppe on Saturday after. knocks on the door on Saturday -- LOW

brother, I Lieutenant Frederick H -larlan Lloyd of Braden ton, was I noon at her home on Roberta Ave.. morning to give him all the hot-
II the guest of Past Commander and] nue. They were: Mn. Harry Priesty ties available, thus helping groupof Good Used Trailers
Hall.Horace is a track vehicle mechanic Mrs. Jack Lucas, while here for Mrs. Harry Donng Mrs. Fred fine boy a step further in ill I AS
I Diehl, bin Harry Wood, Mrs, I I 1951 I Spurtunrlle16'xff
for the tat Tank Battalion I he joint installation of Barrack scouting future. I
3rd Armored H4 : Ralph Henry, Mrs. Frances Hubbell I
32nd Armored Regiment, and its Auxiliary, World War good tnnditkn-SI,395

Division. I Veterans on Thursday. I rquhart, Mn., James Mrs. Karl Price Jams Mrs., Colin Mn in The effect Internal was enacted Revenue Code 1954, now and I I I9J5 Strnmlllt 30'iH', with MONUY; DOWN-ONLY 1.25 PER WliKKt; ; )
Tommy Woods, Mn. John Herr I path( owning, heated hi
Mrs Basil Vincent. Mrs. represents a complete revampingof knit Br,,/' Park, ready
mann the i law .
emblem income tax to that I time
Where this fr displayed
:you are Donald Mac Whmnie, Mn. George 'I) 0 e C u p v, cepllimally
assured of the finest insurance servicein Sommen Mrs. Gerald Preston, l.t--w-\j: ;. T't.- RNRs'r: -: clean. -1650. SEB: OUR COMPLETE., LINK[ OF .

the land. and Mrs. Jack Kuhn. N',1'tr't.VIIIIK'
.alH4 HH. .III||| I.. r.'.Hv.d h> the ward rondlllon, Incited In Television.
!MRS KIIM RESIGNSThe lloxnl of County fnmmliulnnorii, nf Ranges
Martin ,"'I/I/fr. Klnrldn, In th ?.rIt..h" Ocean Br */' Park. 25x10'caeca fj
resignation of Mrs. William of th* ri.rk of (Irrult I f'.turi: !
: : I ronm, xrndefra.ttngrefrgento.
o rtl>*UM In mum, Hc.rl
Klim of Sharp Road, as president <|H uo until k ID A Ki-brimry itt { Radio Stereo _
of All Saints'' Guild of All Saints'Episcopal !'il 1'j,,.in Ihrrenft II I -
Church necessitated by .r .. Iea/lIuta. tor it,. rotinn tot I |1961 l llulbbiy Rambler

he illness of her husband, was accepted :- I 'l-vlnir. 11ft AIA In llrl.i |"."und I Travel IraMvr 21'sR com.plrt .
)1W with regret by members of from. Dlymrxil, : :dlnnnrn: Clr.rt of HI to,t Vrnui.Hlrrrt nill. I,: with tty-Mt{ hitch, n.I Washers\ & Dryers

he Guild. She had just started her I In dean, full ,bulb-$2,200.
I'ovlnir of County rod i In 21'
second year as presiding officer. fet: winch di.-I: i I .
tank. I 1952 belt 3'a' with alumInum '
An. Frank W. Antos of Rio, has term nr il nilloo "llftld'..nil
been named to take over M presi. taint ...t ut HH It, I jaknmiy room 20'd't

dent. 1 !'*v'r' *,* min "' .Ollnl''r rind I located In Holiday trailer '
.....- tn 'ft fnnt wlcllh. h. lnnlnit nt Park, hinted, good condition' ,
silt 71. .
.rttrrll HIP
Troiilr -
p sat
CORSAGE CLASS HELD ..l K.rm.. Ilnptlm l'hurrh.nprifirallnn. ready for wccupancy GOOD/YEAR
On Tuesday morning Jan. 14, III.. h. "ht 81 n..d $1,275.
I else office I of Ihr M.rtn Herd
six member pf the Jensen :
Beach U"&Sr.7toiS I I
1921INSURANCE Garden Club met at the home of : : ; (,, JENSEN
n. John C. JComaa in Rio, for Ars-TKTlS.111"1'" rrJre" '

an ':1v1n i n corsage.making. Ire URted,. the 2iiit 4f of J nuiirHOsRD > TRAILER SERVICE STORE

Wilber conructed Or OfrfTT SALES' Inc.
the class, which suited at rovviHt: >:xiEitK: or ,

RAW AT 7-1411 9:30: am, and demonstrated the Br MART1V I KKAXK: 'OINT'l A, WM1I.S., I "Jmt Berood Tit Arch" I 257 OSCEOLA AT 242-AT 7-4243 STUART
_ IENSKN method of working with miniature (1IIALI! Ctarm.n1aa : Jensen Beach 287-2732 I

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Cheddar Tit Thursday STUART cheese, January popular(IlL}23 l'1WIII I, :1964 in Spring Sports Schedule Is AnnouncedBy I Lions Roar To 7-1 Season Record; 1

i ,ji i first North. chocsci America made was from one an of exact the MCHS Athletic Director Collins 1

,, recipe I .. Now Lead Southeast Florida Loop

f l-owcst towns in the uorlj arc
.[ villages.! along the Dead Sea I I.2X6k I The I 101l0wlI11hedule/ : nl' spring/ I Id.IY. !March \ Stuart and Belle | 17 Palm Beach and Lake Worth lit
feet below sea level I sports' was rck,iscd (his week by Glade HI Pahokee; Thursday. at' Stuart'. Monday Feb 24 Forest C ocoa. and lost t to Moon Ii",,,- Bo4A
Bob ollms. athletic director at. March 12, Stuart Pahokcc und Hill and Fort Pierce at Stuart; Stuart Training School Lions. also winner ot a Christmas tour- md Cocoa. II/.18. Mary Johnson M
i. School Fort Pierce ut Vero Beach Thurs Monday March 2. Stuart at Vero Helping in the last two games scoai! *
Martin County High' ; looking more like champions as the nament. ,, against Cocoa and (ilj atea
Collins 1 hur day March 19. Stuart and Paho- Beach; Monday March 9, Stuart basketball I hat been new varsity., center' six- points Ii ,
frock Coach : season rolls by roaredto ,
Now In Stock The defeat of Cocoa by STS freshman Meuse scored 12 against Mss,,
1115 ,
l pound
kce at Belle Glade I ; Saturday and Vero Beach at Fort Pierce; an unexpected one-sided 64.46 foot, six-inch :
I Buy all want --- -- --- March 21, Hibiscus Relays at Vera Monday March 16 Stuart and victory over favored Monroe High was sweet music to Lions' fans, Howard Porter who took Haven.- n th
you Beach; Thursday, March 26 Stuart Fort Pierce at Belle Glade; Monday School of Cocoa Tuesday. night Only a week previously SFS scoring honors in both games Porter ------- ----
Is Modern fort Pierce and Vero Beach March 23 Stuart and Forest The Cocoa game followed a dropped its only game of the year for :20! markers in the Moore aft sea

P ul Palm Beach; Thursday April 2, UIeht Vcro Beach, Monday Monday night 50-42 victory over to Cocoa, 5532. I Haven game and 17 against Cocoa \ NO DOWN daS.
Palm Beach Relays at Palm Beach; 1(1.(. Forest Hill and Palm Moore Haven, which elevated STS' Though the Lions are at the top But STS is far from a one-man .'
Marco Polo I Thursday. April 9. Stuart. Fort Beach at Stuart, Thursday, Friday" to a lofty perch atop the Southeast of the SFA Conference there's team. Four players) hit in the double
Pierce and Vero Beach at Riviera and Saturday, April 2, 3 and 4, Florida Athletic Conference In still a long way to go particularly figures against Cocoa. John I PAYMENT
'I he "World Around Us' leclurc Beach; Thursday, April If' Tri Group Sleet; Monday April 13, the conference are Pahokee, Key wllh highly-regarded arch rivals Turner got 16' Conrad Patterson; M
.lilm series for this year starts county:: Meet at Vero Beach; Wednesday Suncoast Conference Meet at Vero West! Florida School for Boys Gifford sitting on the sidelines I 12, and Jesse Hamilton, 10. Others I 100()% Financing D
off at the Woman's Club in Smart April 22 Suncoast Conference Beach, Thursday Friday and Saturday Okccchobce, Clcwiston, Moore waiting for a crack at the league- I scoring were: Jimmy Davis *. I H YOU OWN A LOT in
0A on Thursday evening Jan. 30 Meet nt Palm Beach, Saturday April 16. 17 and 18, State Haven and Immokalee. leading Lions. Gifford gets i its : George Harris 2, and Ronnie Bryant I ACREAGE OR HVU:
at 8 pm with a trip around the May 2, Group Meet; Saturday Meet For Cocoa it was the second chance at STS Friday night Wed 2. LEASED LAND arFa
w or lit. May 9, State Meet Tennis Coach George Renwick: loss for the highly regarded team nesday night STS journeys to Pa
Ever ,since Marco Polo world Bischall. Coach Clifford Rolling Wednesday Feb. <. Palm Beach in sixteen games Cocoas only hokee for a game with another Davis\ J %.3." Bedroom Homes 151ha

travel his meant adventure. und : Friday March 6, Pahokcc at Stuart, Wednesday Feb. 12 Stu- other loss" was an early season conference leader. Turner 4, Herman Blalch 4, and Lake CottagesVacation
new knowledge Sewn hundred away non-conference: ; Tuesday. art at Vero Beach: Wednesday, upset Cocoa still remains, undefeated To date STS has defeated Okee- Bryant 2. ,, Homes Ii'G
years. I later. another PoloJoseph March 10( Belle Glade, away; Pniliy Feb. 19 Stuart Jit Luke Worth, in the Southwest Florida i chobec Clewiston Moore Haven The Lions jumped into an early Retirement IlomesRichard

O Polo distinguished, truveler"l'elik. March It, Pahokcc. home: at Wednesday Sluart; Wednesday Feb 2f. Fort March Pierce 4. -Athletic---Conference.- Cocoa was !(twice!), Melbourne Boys School_ lead against Cocoa and gradually HighConstruction
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er-will present an adventurous Tuesday, March 17. Lake Worth. Stuart at Scacrcst; Wednesday increased their Ie,,". At the quir- tFI

journey via color: motion:: pictures.Ureauns away non-conference; Friday March I 11 I. Stuart lit Pahokee; Wednesday tcr stops the score stood 18-11 I Co.,
I : become March. 20 Forest lull away; Tues Hornets Beat Tigers 90-34 4h
ol lariwiv 1 I places homeThursday. March 18. Belle Glade at 13-20, M1 and the tmal' M' I INC. M
ofd"cowrv March 24 Palm Beach ;
rcalil) A '1III1ul.lllI11vo.lge/ day. Vcro Beach. Stuart: Wednesday March 25, Stuart The STS girls team did not I tare I 2011 South Dixie. Ph. 833-OV5 u

D lakes his .iiidiciicc will, he enjoyed ID haute is places Polo home; Tuesday March, March 26 II, lake at Riviera Beach: Thursday, For 12th Successive WinStuart 1'0 well in the two last' gimcs I MrST PALM BEACH IL\. I n II I

"Around the Would\. 'I I he public Worth home; Friday April \ Fort F rulay and Saturday_April 2. 3 dropped a 19.1 18 game to- -- ------ S
and 4, !Meet and --- -
Group Friday
j is invited to ittend! Pierce away; Tuesday April 7.Sellcret. I Tigers ((1-10)) held Riviera had things pretty much their own s
Saturday. April 10 and Sun-
Color or B&W -- -- -- -- Vero Beach, home; Friday.non-conference: April 10: I coast Conference Meet at Forest Beach ((0-12)) to a six-point way finally winning 90.34. I Do You Need A Boat Trailer? c
away lead at the Friday !night
PACK FILM Tuesday April 14 Riviera Beach Hill; Thursday. Friday and Satur- quarter Divid Duncan. 10, and Ron r
away; Friday. April 17. Fort Pierce diy April 16 17, and 18, State but thereafter the Golden Hornets nie Mattix, 9, were top scorers If So I'e
For The New Meet ---- for Stuart.
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home non-conference:
!Model 100 ('IIIDCfIlfID'fa IIII I 1 1Daia1 Golf Couch Walter Wells; Monday rarm rwu....xNeraLSwHoliday. ]M\RIIN !MEMORIAL The Hornets' B squad won the The Seminole Boat Trailer
Fib 10 Riviera Beach and HOSPITAL curtain-raiser! 2.40
Stuart Monday
; Trailer Births-Mr. and Mrs. John MUART ((34)) G'" T
Warf a son Jan 18; Mr. and Duncan 4 2 10 "I"he Iraikr With I the Built-in Rump"
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN WOULD'S i Mrs George Jan Martin 2 0 4
Hayes a son
FM Your F..rll. Drink' Park News NotesBy .Solld l Channel Frame
Self CrnliriiiK <
Hall 0 1 1
ILMS 'CAMERAS' PHOTOGRAPHY" : 19, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sapp
WI SERVB LUNCH t LARGEST : Jan 19. Schommer 1 0 2 Boat tan be loaded In wind or current
,.,.... a son
726 Orange Avenue STUART DRUG CORP. .i Call '-'I i VRCE CARMAN: Jan. 14-Admitted. Howard F Simmons 0 1 1 ALL SILLS: -

tort Picric, llorldu I. Lucl. A FI..lor Did. AT '..1121THJ' Dan'UM IlllTUAL R.h.rr. M. ,I.h.... I I,I......... -- ...". mru Allspaw, Joe W Clements and Mattix Slathers U J 0 3 0 9
Iuao.oau I Howard BAILEY BOAT
Van Cron discharged,
j AT T.31121 tS ; Company
__ ___ wwluwe HNPaer Congratulations! arc in order to Ida Jones George Metz JimcsChamblcy Davis 3 I 7
Mr. and Mrs. Chirlcs f-asii.lt who Kilbourne 0 0 0
Alice C McCandlcss, JENSEN:: :: BEACH 287-0936
celebrated their fifty-sixth wed Totals 13 8 34
Evelyn Haubcrt Ruth Brock, Caryl
ding anniversary on Sunday Crowdcr and Jean Homan RllE.R(90)( ) (; K '1
CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. Ian. 19. Jan 15-I\JmilleJ. Lillie F Lee 6 4 16 BELIEVE
Mr and Mrs William Baird of Wright Ruth Brotherly Faith R. Whitman 9 1 19tanficld Ou ;WON'T ALL
Jackson Mich, have been visiting Howard EVil J. M
with Mrs W. Seward for a month Enfield Anne Jakohs and WilliamS Higgins 0 0 0 Foil at *
Mrs. Baird i is a daughter of Mrs. Gillis discharged!; Robert Mefarlane.
Aulhurl/cd 1A1 ; Garrett 4 0 1\\
.i' : Sewurd They will return northon Louise Donovan Mrs I i Santiago 3 I 7 4! fabulous
: CHRIS-CRAFT m Jan 25 L R. Smith and baby girl Mrs I Kerns 0 2 2
Mr and !Mrs. Pursiful of All Hew
Doyle l
Carl Vega and baby boy Clura
'SEA Hould w'th 3 2 8
.'i SKIFF'A. Abaco in the Bahamas, are making ]
1 Chandler and Ruth Zcrchcr
frahn 2 I 5Turkelt r PALM BEACH IIR* L CU
JOHNSON MOTORS DEALER 111UNUFRBIRD: BOATS a short visit with Mr and Mrs Jan 16-Admitted, Herbert 0 6 s ,
Chet Sheets. Mrs. Pursitul. is a Games, Latricia Geary, Rupert Genchi t I 0 2 I MTELYexcept
'daughter of Mr Sheets Harden Bertha Hess and! Geneva I
Totals' 39 12 90 ( Sunday)
W'C.'ft.' Mr and Mrs. Ken Gardiner of
rM3SOAT I Baker. : discharged Mrs. Eugene
TRAILUS ACCESSORIES: I Pine River Shun, are visiting Polar and baby girl Lilly Wright Stuart' .. II 8 K 7-.14 i THRU APR 22
I with Mr. Gardiners father C V Joseph Topper, Oscar Matson! and Rhlera Beach 17 28 19 26-90 I ISTUVRT I + *
AFI SERVICE: I Gardiner: in Jensen Heath, The William Leiu. MiTINFE
BIll Girdmcra have also been visiting Jan 17-Admitted. Vincent i t TRAINING: : j i Every Saturday 2 P.M.
GRUMMAN MARINA I I with Mr and Mrs Clitf Campbell Dibble Leon E. Doulmg, lack SCHOOL NOW II\S *
of the park Mr. Campbell is M>crs, Warren Kendall John DRIYrR TRAINING: : I Admission 25c
I an uncle of Mrs. Gardiner Wolf. Herbert Gainer Lola John.
AMERICA'S FINEST IINEI! Stuart Training School studentsnow Free Parking
440 ROUTE: 707, RIO-JLNSLJS: BPAI'llGoodyear I I Anna A party Panels was 1.1"Thur..JilY- !given by after Mrs( son, Paul Jarrett Pearl Cobb and have a driver training Car" .e/La'a Irwin. .NOS? alxaw,etr"Oww mt r,
\ Harry Paul; discharged! Glenn I
The used! car was purchased recently .
Jin 16, m honor of the
I noon. .
I-urst Charles Fox, Eva King
by the school WtsrONMMMMlKENNEL
system I
birthday of Mrs. Gladys Duguid. Richard Fortncr Gerald Mason
Teaching driver training Is Lewis !
i The nine ladies present were Mrs. Arthur McDonel and Latricia CLUB
of Stunrt
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---- Mrs William Seward
--- -- Ella Greene
-- --- Gcarv
.. Mrs William. Baird Mrs Martha Jan. 18-Admitted', George
r Pcckham, Mrs. Emily Cheshire -I Shipcs Latricia Geary John Mar-

Supcrcushion Goodyear Extra Service Mrs Iva Thompson Mrs reel Cecilc Burton Marjory
I Ann Mauser. Sirs Gladys Du- Chambliss, Francis Warf, Betty
I grid and Mrs. Anna Panels
Hayc and Francis Ollinger; discharged -
Mr. and Mrs F. W Carman Frank Dc-rck, Katy Lewis -
SHOCKS MUFFLER journeyed to Deerficld Beach on Ida Hess, John Wolf Geneva
888 888 Sunday to visit with Mr and Baker. Montgomery Trimmer
Mrs Charles Brennan. The Brcn- Preston Thornton Pearl Cobb

ASLOW ASLOW nuns are neighbors of the Car- Mrs A. L. Bivins and baby girl We like our customers to
mans In Osbornvillc, N. J. Lola Johnson, Earl Pidgcon and
Installed Installed Arriving this week for their win.ter
John Sheldon
AS I'If* !Muni AS Fila Mi>tAmerican stay in Holiday were Mr and Jan 19-Admitted, C. E. Me- RIDE IN STYLE!
American Cars CanS Mrs R. E. Solberg from Elk Ivor Jack McNabb Delia Bushaw,

Point S D.American. Pauline Shough, Armatha Lynn,

UP IX MX !MONIILS 1O P\YJ Maureen Kendall t. Paula Hoke ,
.. .
-- Cancer Paul Mercer and Coley Diggs;; discharged
super durable synthetic-toughest rubber' ,_ Cecilc R. Burton Emory ;
ever used in aulo tires. Society DcLoach, Sophie Thompson La
IThe Meets on FridayThe tricia Geary, James Buckle Paula ,
a TUBELESS Hoke Maureen Kendall and Coley fA.
Martin County Unit of the Diggs. : '.
Sat Flackwalh Whnewafr'670x15 American Cancer Society will meet Jan. :20! -Admitted, D u r r i n .
1365 $16657.lOxt5 Friday Jan 31 at 8 pm. at the Dasher, Louise Johnson Mark R. .
1565 $1865 First National, Bank Sehlosser! William H Weltbarkcr ..
$1165' 7,50x14 $1365 $16.65 Junes Anthony III Is chairman Iva Thompson Anthony E. .
and Mrs Nellie Pezzoni is PaNon John A.
1 I 7.60 x 15 $11.65 $20.65800x cochairman Carson Mary
.t.4 $1565 $1865 Sapp. Mary Newhouse. Martha and it's with
This meeting I Is to obtain workers L Gillespie Edward J. Yeadon so easy
I Howard Allspaw, Russell Van Hou-
i,, .3 more for Whitewalls GotriAR FOR SALE ten George Shipes Mary Lowe
WHILE THEY LAST / Mrs John Warl and baby boy and

Ilome located in Mabel Millichip.

/ Corn or maize, and awed core
: SALE New! All New TUBE-TYPE Stuart near Schools. were grown and eaten by North

Sift IlKkwills* Wliitew lh* American Indians long before the
3 BEDROOMS, BV1TIS, white man's arrival. So many handsome automobiles on the road
6.OOx 16 $1275S1350
j I i 11-wnilther 6.70 x 15710x15 $1650 CENTRAL AIR CONDIIONING :' today, it'. hard! to make a decision But when you

: with 3-T NYLON & TUFSYN $1600S1750 $1900 AND IIEATING. COM. urea chairmen are requested! to
decide on Your Car tell your dealer! you are phoning
7 60 x 15 $2050TMM PLtTE SPRINKLER SYSTEM attend according to Mallory John

: The super-durable synthetic-toughest rubber I son president It is honed that the the Bank of Stuart to finance it. You can come
CALL AT 7.0531 1964 contributions will top last
Goodyear ever usud in aulo tires. TUBELESS )ear's ho said to Bank of Stuart before you make your choice
Stn Flackwaflo WIINwaeyi I und have the financing prearrangedVrC/ glad
i a 600x13 .1.g! 2Q Isoocoats
/ 6.70x15 15.50 $1850tubunn la Jo it. Just talk to one of our loan officers,

;; .s 7.10x15 $1775 $2075Ilxaw. GOLFat
11'1 S 7,50x14 $15,50 $1850
$12 1 ..."oW.w. : ; ,' 7.60n15 $1950 $22.$0 the NEW Martin

s 800x14 $17,15 $2075

\ : a t 151A 8.50 x 14 19 50 $22,50 County Golf & Country Club 4J

TUFSYN 8.20n 15 22,00 25.00
U more \\11ilewalIli AI aussapauaux.nda/dWI/

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At St. Mary's Jan. 26Feb. 2 Young Preach People SundayThe HOBE ANN C1IVMBFRS SOUND, Correspondent Phone NEWS 546-5359 = I

St Mar)'* Episcopal! Church College in the .spring of 1946 and! preaching and assisting in congregations Senior High oiith Fellowship I, ..M4" '1-T"_ e+a"" xror xe.v"..__

Hospital Avenue and East Ocean I I graduated with a BA degree in I that need !uccrdotal ministrations of the F11 I 1 'I i Presbyterian a w a.. a x Y.t/arfaiEwYR (11 \\IRFH: BKF\KF\Sr ,ding!! "booths There wen1 special'

,ors Boulevard, will begin a Preaching June of 1947. As the Irwrs have done Church of Smart s, '"II observe. National \"\ U FE: \Atlll CltBKI.XIUKVM I nierch,mdisc and cash" don..itmns.

Jy Mission, Sunday evening. Jan :!6.1 Father Dunstan entered the in the past, so today', they go about Youth \\uk. J.m :16! to All Saints Episcopal Held Mll'KIUY Scouts of Troop 171' ,1\\1,"'" ,it
Ins at 7:30: p.m. and it will continue General I Theological Seminary, the church preaehing the Gospel! F'h. :2!. On Sundi\ Jan 26, the I the snick bur Volunteer sacs personnel
o'r, each evening at that hour, with the I New York in the fall of 1947. and teaching the lailh. members of the Idlo,, hip will 1 Ihi Kobe Sound Chamber otI included irate Denton J .
will hold
Us 11I0nthlyhrell.ftt't
exception of Saturday evening In 1950 he went to Little Portion The public u unitoJ to participate conduct both worship services. 9 Confirmation Services Sunday mnerce Oryle Val her, I ucillc Wells md
Manatee Yacht
through Sunday, Feb. :2!. There and 11 in at the
i a m. the First
Monastery to try his vocation with m this>> mission ut both the Presbyterian Club Restaurant Saturday, Jan :25! Mane C harcorelh, and 111.1 n y
will be ChlldrenMI ion each Church.
a the Franciscan Friars Completing Children and Evening: Missions others helped.G1RI. .
: Continuation election held Monday I from! 8:10: () to 10 a.mI .
afternoon Monday through Friday his theological studies at the Long Miss Patsy Pence and Sle\e' semees were con was eve
and a Children Eucharist on Island School I of Theology, he was P.\UllUY BVNLST Swain will deliver the sermons and I dueled: at All Saints Episcopal: ning. Jan 1.\, in the parish hall, The I guest speaker will he Mrs
Church, Jensen Beach John DuHou I lorkla historical SCOUTS :MlirMONim ::
Saturday morning at 9. ordained the followingnimg will : Sunday preceded: by a eo\ereJ.Jlhh supper
to the \ people '
priesthood 0 n the \VMU circles meet on the I afternoon at 4 bthe Rt. Rev. lollowing the presentation ofreports authority. of Jupiter AI ItRNOON: The mission will he conducted July 7. 1956. at Little Portion assist! them in the service. : Judy :
by Father Dunslan, O.S.F. Father Monastery by the bishop of Long third Tuesday of each month. Hams/ Linda Hill ferry \Valse, Henry I I I. Louttit D I D.. bishop. t'I the following. men: were For reservations. call either MrsMildred There will be a Curl Seoul; I meeting -

Dunstan spent most of 1962 visiting !Island A later he wan! The Day Circle met with Mr. Virginia Decker Ricky Rhodes the Diocese of South. I lorida, who elected to the vestry : John Herr Maloesay! 546-52I7, 'r.. this coming Monde J J.in 27

monastic houses in England in life)fear vows. professed Barbara Kahlc, East Eighth Street Nancy Melrose ,md Rachel Fen- I also delivered the confirmalio mann W. J. Donovan, Henry Wil Mrs John Cotter, 546-3308.( at 4 p.m. al the civic center The

and Europe. As a friar his duties consist of and was presented with a program, ton Special music will be provided !sermon ey and Forrest 1 I il1llllor three. girt are requested to wear their

F. Father Dunstan. Order of St. conducting retreats. Quiet Dabs, Citizen of Iwo Worlds" The Day by the Senior High choir, under Adult members of the conlirmillion year terms, and lien Fulton for a PERSON' \14" iinitornw for an olficial photo

Francis, was born in Winchendon, Schools ot Prayer, Dabs of Recollection Circle has assumed responsibilitytor the direction of Mrs. Sarah class were Homer J. Arch. term of one )y cNir. llenrv Leduc graph.'

Mass, on Oct 4, 1922:! Most of I leading Parochial Missions! the Cradle Roll Department Otifthtcrsoit. ambcMiill Jr, Ronald Cumpsly, was appointed t>senior warden and Chick I file of Imli,m River Drive, ', ...... ,
his primary and secondary eilurai.. ol the Sunday school I and will enroll Plans are also King made fora George Staples. Richard \\elke!. Carl Houg was,, ro-c'Iccled lo the is homo recuperating front an operation 1altxlakW"1i "

lion was received, however, i in the,, the babies and carry on the united youth meeting' in Ihe First and Mrs Sharonelker!. ('h16 post of !junior I: warden, WalterIlewitt ('.tIll> Ol HUNKS
public schools of Manchester N. StLtRNO: SOUTHERN visitation m the homes of new Presbyterian ChuMi:! on Sunday drcn confirmed were\ Curtis Martin i is the new I treasurer I elected Ted Chambers Is in Marlin

H While a high school student, :Mtiiiomsr parents evening. Feb. :2!. for the young pea Coulter. fern Mark Hostette by the vestry tu succeed Wallace Vcmori Hospital recovering from I 1 want to thank Martin Memorial
The Circle has begun and Arnold : M. Clur 1 In I lelcher who after Hospital 1 lrs Marsleller (,ro>>..-
he was baptized and confirmed in Rev Charles Bennett, associate Night!: already pie of the local churches Dim many years a severe attack of double! pneumonia.
the Episcopal Church its work with the extension addition, three lultills were rccciv. service, resigned! I heciiisc of I the sickle and II.icon, special nurses
pastor will be the speaker! at the of the school I ed Irom he Roman C' press of private business. I lelcher and regulars the Jensen Beach
The first two years at St An. department Sunday ) oo.nol.RHT! ommumoi"
/ .
sclm's t College Manchester N H., \9:30 a m worship !service Sunday.Sunday and visits those unable to attend OUlmRIUIIODlSf: They were Mrs. Catherine C'ump. and Archie (Ink, outgoing senior Mr, and Mrs. Roy Abhr.nm ol Sll1IlIrll.II1WS I IU and all those
school is held each
t were interrupted by World War t services because of physical condition sl\\, Mrs. I Lillian Sllples and Mrs warden, will serve with) Hewitt us Miami spent, '' the weekend!. wiln who donated hlood, Rev Gunsalus.
Sunday beginning at 1045: andis There will ,be a meeting of the assistant Mrs. Ahhnnm' ,, Rev Hudson,,. Rev all
\. 11. In August 1941, he was commissioned -I i of Winston or the type of work theymay I Irene J. Stewart treasurers parents unit I iniiKMi Jessup our
under the direction
!be surd of stewards u the church
und! Mrs Howard McMilhon wonderful trends and neighbors,
an ensign in the United Joe SACC, Walk I Hosteller and
j \\oodson this Thursday 7 10. i
at :
States Naval. Air Corps and then 1 he Sunday school ol the chapelhas evening Trevor Addy scnctl 1 as acolytes) AIL SUMS':\ II'ISCOI'U.! the good people in Trimly Methodist
I Epworth League Fellowshipswill Sunday school l "is held each Mrs Annie Hogiin ol I Or>mmisAvenue C Church at Jensen and the
spent two tours of dUly in the Pacific this already reached the and the prelude and aceompiinitncnt Jensen Ikll 'hThur..dlv.
l suggestedgoal organ
II be held at the church Sunday beginning ,II 9:45: for all is I still recuperating in her Stuart Methodist ('hurch. the Tourist
and the South Pacific area Sunday night beginning at 6:10. bur increased enrollment during ages- for the processional mind Jan 23: Service cancelled home alter sustaining u broken (Iub, Rio ('ivic C'luh. Women's

of combat flying reconnaissance I There is a class for each age group this church year with Really Rev. Charles Rennet, associate sermon hymns were played bv Mis ; I r, I ouster away on retreat 'limp| a hems weeks!. ago \'iitfr"111 Association ot I Jensen, Walton
patrols He returned to St Ansclni s I including adults, 7) per cent ot the year yet ahead.! pastor, will be the speaker!. at the Miry Ann Winn. 1 I his i is the second I:ridav. Jan. 24 SI 'I I imotln I : 6 mends would be appreciatedme Civic Club and the I OOF. for
The Rev Durward H. Mrs Robert Greene will show 11 Sunday I4.'rviee. class. to receive the rites o.f am. Holy 1 Communion; ; I ::;, Intention :
................ pastor am worship all their prayers, good wishes and
..... .... WORLD'S Knight Jr., will I speak on the sub slides of pictures, taken during her Pastor' office hours arc at the confirmation during the recloratcot : : "Thm We May Stand! I'inn (' tiMrR: : sm: the I: 11 many 1 kind;: and generous: things

& ject of the Resurrection of Christ' tour in the Holy Lund on Friday', church each \\cdiusday from :2! Father Norman I 11. Feaster" in Adversity" ON' SVIURDtY (;.01' Ihe>,' did while I WIIa surgical

LARGESTIMf at the 7:10 worship service Sunday I Jan 24 ui 7:30: 1 1 he public is in- ta 5 1'.111.Prayer Fallowing the services, an informal Saturday, Jan. :!Conversion" $152.75 I I'UR IIUo.rll\I.! patient m the hospital My wife
,....... was held the
evening vitcd the ladies will service and Bible reception in
\ verve refreshments. study of Paul. 7
Si Ap M: urn. Holy and I shall,, alwavs remember! all
Prayer .service and Bible i iI parish hill at which the women A Martin Memorial t Hospital
f eal study conducted eachedncsdi\ ui Communion, Intention: "Conver ihose wonderful people. May God
.Ih"."..al'"atrP ; n.e.o M. John.. I I is held each Wednesday evening Sermon subjects for Sunday I I 7:45: p.m. and is under the direction : of the church "served refreshment ,ion of. 1 hose Who' know N o I IChnsl benefit "it Holv StulI.ll'1vle Center bless them\.
and members of the on lllIrIIIY. in the torn of
7 10. and is under the direction parish were u
_IsNoat AT at : Jan. :26! lire II a.m., "What the of Rev Charles Bennett .. "
---.-..-...--7.3,4 of the pastor.GARTER'S Bible Jay s About Christ's Church: I afforded an opportunity to munch Sales Day, resulted in net pntccels 1'I dcrald; (Micky!. ) Mason'
) ; talk with Soplu.igesimi Sundiy, Jin :2fi'!/ : ol $1 152 75 the boa
and Uuiitit and to
-.- ..-.. .-, .. 7:45 sr. 1I.RIPI ( OP.a going
,-or '--- : p in Doe* 'I he Bible Condemn welcome: members of the con 710: am. Holy Communion; 9 pital. Area shop joined In opcrip.alAM.- i.9 ._ .Ii' t

DenominationsYou urn 1 hursday, Jan :2)! : 9 a.II1., Holy/ firmalion class. u.m Iu mil i I v C'omniunion; I 11am I _.-- ----- --.-----

always welcome at any meeting Eucharist; 9.30: a.m.. healing t scrv- On Wednesday ol this week All ., morning prayer) Theological
ol the chapel.. ice 10 Altir Guild 6 30 I ducalion: Sundry ,
: am : : Saints' acted us the host parish \ }

of ChicagoHair 11RM" MhlllCMIM punt? Men'k Club. dinner and me t. at a workshop!. for women of the! I Tucsd.iy. Jan :2X7! : a iii. I Holy
: Ing. deanery Registration was at 9\0: ) Communion. Inl"lIli'II'r: I Our
Wednesday', Jan 22: The chancel I riJ.iy, fan. :24! : .1 p.m., Curls' a 111. with Holy Communion at 1(1( Church School leachcrs" pin,

SalonAT choir will meet at the church friendly Socicly The workshop!. was a di\-ltmg affair 'I church school I teachers' meeting Do You Have
Styling at 7:45 pin.Thursday Saturday Jan :25! Conversion broken!. only hv u pause for Prc-Lcnt: I and mid-term' cvuluulum
of SI. Paul 9 I Eucharist I
: am m. Holy refreshments ut noon,
Jan :23! : The Methodist -
VI, 7-0800 men will have their supper ; 10 u.m. junior choir, 11 am, The annual parish meeting and si. JJ'I'U111111.1<<:
children's confirmation class. A Gift To
meeting!. with Sun Harless us thepell.er Sundiy Ian 26: 7:30;: am" Holy -- -- -- Sunday Masses: 7, 9 1111\111 I I mint
ut 6.W:
38 E. OSCEOLA STUART p.m. Eucharist, 9M;I a.nl. Family In- IIKM. BM'IISI W'cekdiy Masses: 8.10: am, .G tl
Friday, Jan 24: The United I ch.lri..llln.1 Sunda)' school, 1 11 I a.m.. .Stuart Monday through: F'rid.ly; 7:10) a.mon .
Churchomen will meet ut 9:30: and 7:51)()
morning prayer) sermon; : Saturday Buy--
a.m. Coffee and rolls will be t served Preaching Mission with Father Wednesday; evening al h there
School of
p.m. Religion fur high i
Anyone interested i is invited to will be 'Iraininll I Union plinnin;
Ounstan, O.S F.. HS the guest school students held Monday
SUFFER! FROM attend 1 he junior choir will meet preacher. Everyone is urged to at. meeting and covered dish sapper
followed to K pin I For students,
ut 3:30: p.mSunday this mis.itn. by the mid-week wurship
I end important grade one through eight Saturday,
ARTHRITICARTHRITIS. I Jan :2ft! Morning worship I Monday. Jan. :27! : 7am.. Huh' and service choirs al 7:30.: will The chancel. I 9::10 to I 1:30: u.m. Visit
servlcewill be held al 8:45 Fuchiinst: \ p.m.. Children Mis youth rehearse III I
? Discussion (lull for adults nicestVedne'day
and 11 I I ., with the 11:15.: '
a m pastor Rev lion; 7:10( p m Mission
\ 7 .10 .
'I there will : m
be a Sunday sehoosuperintendents' ) p
I Walter D Jessup, delivering the Tuesday'. Jan. 28: 7 n.m., Holy
thisNIAGARA message Church school will be ut Eucharist: 3 ".m.. Children' Mission meeting al the The Ushers' (luhI'un.ril1"
10 urn Junior und 1 Senior Methodist I ; 7:W( pm. Mission home ol Mr und Mrs I lame Rink. !. a barbecue chicken dinner on Sun The Swinging Door Gilt; Shop

I .: Youth Fellowship will meet Wednesday Jan 29: 7 a,m.. er on Ihursd.iy evening at 7. I he day, Jan 26. from noon 1041'.111.
:r ) at the church at A\ 30 Eucharist :3 ft Children' JOY Sund.i) ,Vhixil class will nice ut the school 0
: p.m. Holy ; m ,
TH."MO.CYCLO A al 7:45: III the home of Mrs. J. ( (.Ins ()
7:30 Mission
'J Jan Mission; : pm.
Monday 27-: There will be
h..t..nd.m..g. pad Anthony Inendship Sunday
I u menu prayer meting at 7 RHFlMfR: I,UlllRANorship : School class will' meet at the home .. M'IKVI: 1ST $K COMMERCIAL: 'f. JtNSLN; III'UH: tLA.
"". ". "" .". pains ef / \\ services Sunday
x "M. every of Mrs. Sue h.imhen al 7:45. East Ocean Blvd. StuartSunday I
(ONGRI-GtIIONAL a.I1I'1 morning at Redeemer I Lutheran Sunday... Hapint Men Dny"throughout II
at ----
morning -- -- -- -
< The Bible Union Church Church. East Ocean Boulevard, at the Southern Hllp..1C"onven4ion. .
Jan. :!6.1
i 1.e\.IIHerI1lUIl
< subject:
Ninth 10:30: with Bible Class and- Sun- 1. '
: < Street, Palm City, will .. 1 Rev W. Marion "1 ruth."
duct church school ut 9:45 day)' school preceding at 9:15:I mini will bring the at the ONE OF THESE"SAFEBUY"
: m morning TRY
..... ........'.. ..... .h....'. Classes provided for all ages Jjd-u ''Good Neighbor will be Dr worship t>erlceAI the evening Sunday school, I Him.I Nursery
: son Mmeor is superintendent I Oswald, Hoffman's subject next I I worship hour. the men of Ihe Testimonial meeting,

RHEUMATISM Morning worship at II, Rev Law- Sunday evening on "1 he Lutheran Brotherhood will fill the choir and 8 Wednesday p.m. USEFUL CARS!!!
Radio Hour" which be '
rie J. Sharp, pastor Guest minister I Jesse Taylor C arl Bridges, C h.irlcnWmans Reading Room: 282 FI,itlcr| Avenue -
Heat end have long been the of the morning will be Dr. Walter heard over WSTU ut 7:10. and Von llendrix will, give
massage among most widely accepted : Monday through I riduy 10a.m
and recommended aids in relieving minor pains of arthritis bureitu I I C Gicrsbach of Cherry Hill, N J, I self A responsible doctor who for considers the death him.of) testimony on """ had I he (hurch ., 2 pm Saturday, 10) am, We make it a point hero ut McrjJc Motorsto

rheumatism fibnsitia lumbago and related ailments The I Sunday the Junior-Sen Means to' Me, 12:30 ,
Niagara evening : p.m offer only our finest trade-ins to
I to hospital chap
comes a you.
Thermo-Cyclopad! offers both heat and massage in a flat, comfgrt-{ ior High Fellowship will meet at 6 a patient Monday afternoon the GirhAuxiliary (hrisiiun; Science radio program:
counsel In this week's
able pad to ait on,lie on,lean against use all over the body. I There will be a special program of I lain for epi- and the Simlxams will The Bible Speak lo Yon" may We know these automobiles und they arc
!node of 1 hi!! Is the I Life entitled
:MAIL COUPON: FOR FREE: BOOKLET taken!. the Land meet at the church. 'I I he Woman'sMissionary be heard WS I U, Sluart
pictures in Holy over ull of the Mould be
-.-..........-.....-.................-. @L..._ I by Mrs H J. Greene Parents:" andfriends I "The Heart Divided which can Union executive commillec 450' kc, at 1:11: pm. Monday t type anyone proud to
I ibe I !seen on Channel 1 WPTV at will meet al 7..10 al the homeof
invited Mrs. lcU( Wil- for Jan, 27 DoubtYour
Niagara Box 535, Port Salerno Fla. are 10 Topic 'Why oun.
9 Sunday morning.
: ,
lams and Mrs. Mooreare every Mrs Bryan ealhcnfonc The ,
............n' Maydellc Wednesday afternoon the Altar Adult I Sunday School Department Ahthtyl"l"D1tN
'.1.... .end me F'It1:1:.: a".+a.l with fill Ief.n..ttn..n' ".w sponsor Guild meets at the home of Mrs
.... will have a social Monday like the dollar/ value
11.ew \I.are'. Uun' Tk.. /rl.a.d .elu...,. ae aeq Wednesday, Jan 22 Women 1 RIVIR If you'd most come
..01 ....1..... : George DuJardm ut 2. evening at K at the home of Mr.
'."'0U'I. Fellowship of Ihe church, 10 am Friday evening ut 610: the and Mrs Herbert Bruner. UNIIAKI\N Hu.cmMIiP: in and test drive one of our "Safebuys"$2290.X

..... to 3 p.m. All women of the con I officers and all the !board membersof The Duress Sunday School class Meetings: Fort Pierce Beach: :
I grcgation are invited. Bring lunch Redechier Church will (ommiimty C'enter, 742
meet at will meet in the church basement Seaway I
... .
CIO 1. e ia.t. i the Fellowship is planning a pub. i the home of Earl Jensen in Palm Tuesday/ afternoon al 2. The cher- Drive Fort Pierce Beach Dr, Wil- ()() $1590.X()()
"'uq" 11..1 1 i I \i.ua rn"V'" V".rp '15,5:1: lie dinner for Feb 6,
I City for a steak fry followed by a uh and carol choir! will rchemuse'rucwlay : ham i. Arms, minister"
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The prayer group will omit itsmeeting !! planning and discussion retreat: afternoon ut 3:30.: 'I 1 he Icllowshlp !school Sunday ul 10a.m. 12 Ford Country 1962 Comet Custom

this week on account cf type evening, led by Pastor Schroe- deacons' supper meeting will he Fellowship service* Sunday Sedan Sedan
NIAGARA OF STUART the annual meeting of the Martin der. held in the church basement with at 7:30: p.mOn .

i County Council of Church Saturday morning, the junior l harles Winos is host ut 7 p.m. I Jan 24 al 8 p.m.. "(rent lhl .I* a locally owned 1.lIlIn IhU IM an old' friend We told)
"lOCAIrl I IN HIE BI.AU1IJLL. !MANA1LE \RINA" 'Women held at the First Methodist confirmation class meet at 9, followed Music Cm>up" will meet al the wagon, fully equipped whhrwllo It new mid have cared for It

BOX 535 SALERNO: : AT 7- 1050 C hurch of Stuart, Friday morning by junior choir at II. Floridians planning U> attend I homo of Oliver dish, 7107 South healer power.(ferlnu ever time. I II..* healer Mert-o

Jan 24. _Next Sunday the feature movie, he New York World' Fair can Indian, River Drive, and brake, Hhite walk, tinted chalk and driven only 20,000

I "A Letter to Nancy" will he shownin realize a 10 per cent: savings on Sunday, Jan 26, Dr Arms' glum and factory air roiidlllonrr cartful mile. Comfort and

Redeemer Church after a potluck ticket I prices b> ordering thetickets subject; will he "High. Thought and) 390 cu. In. \-11 and truke- eci .
ll supper at 6 p.m. before Feb 2V. 1964. Plain Spe '\h: ." ,nlltw. orny
0 0 0 0 0 Q" Our church i is open every day .- ---- -- :
for meditation and and $.IUO)(()() ()

Say you care i the public is invited prayer.to enjoy the FOUR STOCKS $5'9)X():()() 195-4 Lincoln Capri '

o with a. rose display garden. Our January "Review" Msetie die profit potential of (user 1961 Isnglitih Ford A one-u"nrr 2-dr. hard-l/ p

AA.J JHIOVAIISIINKVSIS companies that are among the Icaclca m Ibis IN a mule Illlle thing with with 4 ,000 actual mile llmcllrnl .

OJ kingdom llall, Britt Road their respective fielel*- tires and It look like all power feature and drive
i i new, (;del t high| Kan mileage and like a drram. Ihb .b for a real
Thursday: 7:30 Hieocralic
School: p.m. ::;:: BAUSCH A LOMB Ihe fun of "I..our. on the I gar" "tar laver"
Ministry 8.30: pm service -

VfIoBY meeting, theme:; IncreasingOur ; --.-- HERCULES POWDER A 1954 SltlHBVKtR ft ION I'I<,'K.UI'
V Spirituality I Kntw-drrp in 6 ply lire, motor mently rebuilt a real work-
Sunday: 6 p.m., public discourseby :
"It J. Dixon, "Death The Doorway I hon for JJim.OO.

fr to Whatr 7.13; p.m., Bible I ai JWatehtower I NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION $1590.00()()
discussion, theme. !'U.
"Avoiding the Upon the R. .. Research consider each ot
Plague Our Department
Spirit of the World :
Monday: 7:30: p.m., Bible discourse their coalmen MutU aa attractive marie hi. iaMade blue whim blue Inlrrliir, while lop and white.walU. ..

by R. Baker; theme, "What opportunity for reasons outlined in the current "'MaI1thI, llwt. radio, heater! cmikcamalkpower' steering, and tf

Reserve Four Gift Ha Religion Done for Mankind I Review." Simply mail the coupon for your copy. you like fresh air and Mimhln It'* the one fur your __')'.

Valentine's 8:15 p.m. Bible study -mon'
For Day lion Upon, theme Prof, "Exccutlll anon of, Judgment Jehovah' PfeM.. me four January *K uar''*> 1-4 All/ of Our Cars Carry One Year G.W.

Hallmark Cards and Name" r Warranty
p at Kingdom Hall for I
Accessories participation J in field ministry:
Tuesday, 9 a.m.; Saturday and! A.Jdr- Cwt "111 Ht'll give you .I we can fur your car and arrange the lowest

... .... ... ....... .... .. .
i Sunday, 9:IS ajn. ------ puMklble. fauiw mg. Come lo today. and drive home 'Id the finest.
Repair Service ouw available V

IS yean experience plus we'll I 6 I flRIi'r PRKSBYTFRIVN HIRSCH & CO. Your ; "-ercury.Comet Safe-Buy

hum you a wash wlle your* la .' :North'\ River Shorn MoooIIooI NOT to* *..* Imdtftgt 0811 Mar a.-...

being put fa flint class coodUloo. 9 a m.. worship service; 10 a.m.. 108 South Second Street, Fort PierceRFSIDENIS Dealer
Sunday church school (classes for
all ages); II a.m., worship service I
; 6 p.m.. Youth Fellowship LAM 1C 74100

v a ? J b' '('1 Wednesday night choir practiceat Merkle Motors Inc.
BEHR'S CARDS and GIFTS e a On Jan. 28 at 9.30 am., I the MAIN' Of IICU 25 Blind Street New York 4, N.Y. I ,

United Presbyterian Women's Association Listen to doily market new and average
f will hold a "brunch." 305 North.Colorado Stuart, FJa.r .,
609 Colorado Avenue 3.30: -Station W IRA-1440 on your dial ,
The program will be "Women
FOR CARDS AND CUTS ( \ With A Purpoe." Mn. Harold ;..._ _4_ ar err -M eor ....rr ..._ 5v Dool 'faaWl'** tk.ke. fur the RlotUe Wye hswomutlw

HEADQUARTERS Wooley b chairman The botteMetue I_ I.. -- Ilrr 'fII *!. b. SaMMMM "" -,' w. Isra dhatt I. de 1.err
FOR ALL OCCASIONS y mcmben: of Circle: 1. -J j




ftTIFT) STUART: (flu) NtW Thursday. January 23, 1964 C,:. a. 4idIP"pCnr.,. .r1ar .... :_;x..he. .....w 1"I...""*d1. ...r.;. EpJ/ PT* STUDY CROUP TO Set
Feb. 26-27

I I Songs Were EnjoyedTourist PORT SALERNO NEWS I A reminder la (II interested Par I

PIn ent Teacher AMWUden member, For Hearings on
O O J\JRS. VICKY PROSK Correspondent AT 7-2085 I there will be a four-hour study

_._ I /group held! Jan 29 at Mr. DickI
-------- ------ Lake DivisionJudge
Club Meet I ukens home| at 9 a.m.
I I PERSONALS: of Mr. ( harle Conrad on Su- I Bring/ a MnJmiih, coffee out| be

Mr. and I Mrs Bart Varsilona tern Shores furnished!. Ben Willis of the I ton

ser Had are visiting the Ed Moans of Hibiscus Mr. and Mrs One Rieder of I County Circuit i our!, I I..III/ln'"e./
375 Attending I II VICTORY! IIRC1E Will bear arguments on fob 2t 0.-7
: Park The Varsalonas flew London" 1..111I.. Parma Ohio are IIHI) MFtllV: ; \in Palm Bench ( wmi\ s attempt'
with Mr. and Mm John
down from Linden N. J., and! gucMing 04 I .ikiOkwchohce '
hin./ >
lions '
lo recover a
the Missionary
I Mankc of Rocky Point Rieder, The Victory Circle of -
Stuart Tourist' Cltih't meeting The Rev, Newton M. Tweedy, parked (their plane at Witham Field. .
47 I?. OCh\N I BLVD.T 7-1737 now n.'tiredfll\ vice presidentof Society met, at the) homeof
II al the Youth Center Monday, tan pastor pf the Community Church, the Cleveland!:, Trust Companyof Mrs,, Hard, :| Knight on Jan. 13 Palm Beach County seeks t (o

Most Complete/ Drug Store in Martin; Co :20! Guests, was attended ware' I :the by Rev 375 and penani.Mrs. Jensen! Beach, prevented" magic returned Mr and'to Mrs(their Charles home Bolt in Coral have Ohio. The 10 group, There studied wax'Mark discussion i : Chapter :on"adopting" nullify boundaries a 1963 liw at which I i M changedthe counties

J. W. Mjrvon; He the invocution tricks, which were followed by amedlA.'Y the "Champagne Mr and Mrs Walter Benson !
OPI-N MON. IIIRI 'i A.M. Til. 9 P M. gave nf"f : a new missionary. The surrounding the Like Ms sun ,1'ICrt -
\T. 7:30 :
A silent prayer wan add of songs, with music by ia, wherethey have returned to their) home in Si- circle contributes toward! the support Ihul it Iand1 1 in 1 lose ,iboui
for the former treasurer, C. C spent two weeks (it the San lerno Shores after a week trip to
OPEN: ,SUMm" 8 A.AL-I2:30: P\l.: 6 P.:M.-9 P M. Dexter Fernando of a student missionary Members IXMK) () > a year in ft.is 'la\( revenues -
Webber, who died Jan 14 Mrs Mary Neicc, accompanied Valley home! of MrsBoll's 'llopcwcll' N. J. who were prevent were: Pat if the law is upheld'
Mrs. Ruth Hall, Jensen Beach, Irene Woodruff "A Birthday son and family Mr and I I
hy sang Bowen, Winnie ,
:: Thompson Vicky
: : :' Mrs Charles Back again: ; for Ihe winter arc I j the suit .
ArmbrustcMr dismissal ot inCiladcJ.
Willis .
accompanied by Dexter at "I indy l IOU. and "A little Mr. and 1.11'F.. Clair of I Proi>k, Anne Woodion.. Helen Ply Seeking :
Shecps- ,
Heniirv M rim a i n uHecchohce
the piano, led the audience in singin China Figure. and Mrs Robert Keeling of head! / N. Y I ler, Jo Ulack and June Bennett
Bay Brooklyn
Staying loch stand
"On 'Mem : I ( resin ucs ii
Moonlight !
The audience closed the
HO Bay meet- Hibiscus! Park visited their friends, with ihe Clairs are their Guests attending were: Rosa Quig- I
son '
THERE'S Ones, and 'Tippcrary. ing by singing, "Let Me Call You Mary. Julia and Rose Kelly, ut Francis, mid! her brother Frank i Icy, Madeline Pedersen and Rosemary to gain revenuesPending
Michigan/ led the roll call of Sweetheart" Ormond Reach Knulh. Stevenson' ; .i I lin.il ilecMon. i h1'"
states: with attendance of fifty. Thc next meeting will he on court has ordinal the comptroller
"LimiTED"PRESCRIPTION nine, followed( by New York with Monday Feb. 3. Recent guests of the Robert Friends will he happy to hear II1'1')' Giuntmiov; 1 I t tip u>niesied noncv m
filty-scvcn Twenty-six 'stales and Keeling! were Mr. and Mrs Waller -; that Roger Carnun is successfully a IftCIUJ: ;( :: l li ,,:nlitntto I i il r slut
Canada Rhode DORCAS (' ('IF TO Nielsen of College Point, from Monday evening uas graduation <
were represented Long recuperating surgery at the :x.MO) a i month
!METE:." ON IUHSIMY Island!, N Y. night for five residents! in our area
Island was represented for I the fiord! Samaritan: Hospital in We..11'llm
SERVICEAT who have been attending the adult
first time with one person. Dorcas Circle will meet o n Fmory Dcl.onch is recuperating : Reach I glasses tit the Port Salerno Tlc-

Mr and Mm Waldo Homan, Tuesday, Jan 28 at X p.m. at the from n recent appendectomy at I Mr. and Mrs Erwin Benson; of I| mcntary School
DRUG STORES ) who have attended the club for home of Mrs Lloyd Chase in Jensen Marlin Memorial ,
BROWARD HospitalGuest Trenton, N. J have: arrived to Mrs fanny: Jackson; Marlin -
fifteen honored for
years were Beach visit his parents, the Walter Bensons County High School: English teacher .
their fifty-first wedding anniversary 1 of the Carlo Havens it
of Salerno Shores presented diplomas lo T. W
Jan 22, The "Anniversary WOMFVS SOCIETY AND Russell Duncan from Erie, Pa.
Simmons Edwin Brown, Mrs Jic-:
WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONSAND Walt! was played in their honor WISH' : :VAN CUIID We welcome Mr and Mrs William Mrs Ruth Trembly. District I II queline Ault Mrs. Ellen Lowe and

by Willis Dexter !SPONSOR DINNER Talll I of Ship's Bottom, N. PTA president and "Vrs Pmnev Edward Nor den. Another class JACK'S GULFSTATION

Rev.. Marson." who was introduced The Women' Society of Christian J., who are planning to huild on Oliver, district secretary drove i is being formed! for the second semester -
: from VeTO Beach to meet with'
hyt Ihe President Walter Service and t tho Wesleyan Fifth Street At present they arcresiding and those who wish to register -
Kuck sung, 'Drink" To Me Only Service Guild! of the First Methodist in the 'trailer park opposite Mrs Vicky Prosk. County PTA for high school review or All Servlc. Guaranteed
Council )
; president and! Mrs
With Thine Eyes. "Red River Kalhy
Church the 1 bookkeeping should Io0 with.
are sponsoring a turkey School
CAN REFILL AMY Valley." and "In Times I l.ike This," dinner friday. Jan. 31 from Kollison council treasurer, at the I out delay lurk Saumlerson Owner

AND accompanied by Mrs Marson.; 5 to 7 pm. Tickets may he purchased Mrs Ruth Stacey of Warcham, Fradewinds Rcstaurint on Sunday ; If further information j is desired AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028
PRESCRIPTION at the Slag Shop or hy calling Mass., i is spending the winter The group' met to discuss arrangements il liny' he obtained: by calling
REFILLABLE -j 287-3549. months with her daughter and / lor the forthcoming 1 n. U Horton. director of adult

REGARDLESS where originally family Mr and Mrs Carl arala. district March 16.conference 'to be held on i, education I i

I JOLLY SIX CANASTA _Mr. and Mrs James Thomson;
Home Loan Talks -Ji
filled CARD CMJB JIE'rThe of Paterson: N J., have come to ROBFRT CAL'IIIFIDSPROUD : I I
Jolly Six Canasta Card Club escape the cold winds and are residing PARENTS: Tom Hooper and! Fred Neil of 1 i
d dodor'. tpeemc ord.rs by don herold held" its first card party of 1964at at Manatee Mann. Canal Point caught twentvnmcspamsh I ;.
c complete: your Itock Including the ",wilt the home of Mrs. Phil Angcll Congratulations are in order t to mackerel and twelve bluefish Graf M.rln.w..sd .
frome In Palm Table' Mr and Mrs Peter Rooney the happy parents of Kelley Eileen, DlnW
City south of the
vm W recently inlet.
You ant buy l higher' prizes from Ovid, N, Y. visited the born Jan.
'Wr IC. ru9fc were won by Mrs. Arthur Foole 10 at Martin Memorial. UNDER MANAGEMENT OFClpt.
b.ltwMfvlc. 10 .. and Mrs Grace Gorman Others Andy Hauscnhaucrs en route to Weighing in ut !seven pounds, ten Ernest Hutchms and Jim Fowlerof I .
I West Palm Beach ounces, Kelly is! the first. child of Okcechobce twentysixbluefish 1 Toley Engebretsen
'They bave h1ovi Pmjlll t I Mrs. Margaret' Pine,
WHY PAY MORE? I Mrs fe7e ;i Elise 'Booth I Mrs Verna M Bowen )just returned Robert and Ju.imla Caulfield. Mrs. with cut bait off the Sun Salerno R.. AT r.mt l
Wovt C'aulficld! I is Ihe former Juanita Parlor
( and Mrs. Kathryn Angell. Refreshments home after spending! some L
were served time visiting her daughter and Brown daughter of Edwin and Shipyard Ar t LI
Fred Roberts
:s Mary Brown of Hibiscus Park. and friends fronj
Mr. and! Mrs. L
family Philip West Palm Beach caught thirty- I
Mrs. James Ryan, Torrington, Brooks of North Fort Meyers. CIVIC AMSOCIAIIONSllO11S'1IIREE two bluefish and! three weakf..hwith .

MONEY-SAUING I I II with Conn Mr, i is and spending Mrs Alex a few Kiraly weeks, In. The William Rogers family of : flUIS cut bait on the Indian River. I

i diantown I Road Before coming to Hibiscus Park reluctantly bid good A group of about fifty-five mem- William Mitchell and a friend THIS$
1 1'y f 'y visited friendsin I bye to Mrs. Rogers' mother, Mrs ben and guests/ turned out for the from Aberdeen, Md.. caught twcnI I IS H
St Petersburg and Tampa. Alva Welch, after a six-week visit. covered! dish supper held! by the ty-eight bluefish and! two croakers 1
DISCOUNTS I I Mrs Welch left to visit a broth Civic Association on Jan. 16. with cut bait at the Sun Parlor '
er James Gordon in Atlanta, da.
Secretaries Are The assemblage saw I three '
then will return lo her home !
films after the "Green
Invited to anOrientation Memphis, Tenn. dent," dealing with Hipper canning: vegetables cutKCii: TO .noil. ) SUPPER !

You Meet Mrs. Helen Kafafian of Bethlehem ; Meet North Carolina," A ham supper will be held Friday 'fPlACE
get more I'a" and Mrs Henry Kopyslccky presenting the various, industries Jan II at the civic center I
Secretaries interested in hecom- of Perth Amboy N. J., and! vacation spots to be found in from 5 to 8 p.mI .
TAMPAX9 119 ing members of National Secretaries have arrived! to spend the winter I that slate; and Quality und! People I I The. supper is sponsored hy the I
than Association, Stuart Chapter months. They were marooned one ," dealing with pharmaceiiiicals,, I Southern Methodist Sunday School
money are Invited to attend un orientation I I day on their trip down hy 13 degree Mrs f Sophie Reinhardt I reportedthat i !Primary Department and proceeds I
TR1-V1-SOL muting ut 7:3t: ) p.m on Thuridav weather and icy roads to our the recent chicken dinner, was 1 i 1 are lo go into the building fund Park
1 99CONGESTAID Jdn. 21. at Martin County i recent (cold snap "felt good" to I successful The next chicken dinner I for a new primary building to heerected Plaza
50 CC DROPS REG. 3.24 from Public l braryr them- They are slaying at the home 'is !scheduled; Tuestlay. Feb I 11 L, in buck of the church : ,
.I 331 E Ocean $Ivd,
Speaker will, he Mrs Ann Ran- -- ------ ---- - --- ----- 1 Mrs Genevieve Merritt is ch iir-
scy, CPS who is secretary of I.lor- man. assisted! by Mrs Ellen" ith- Af 1 J62S

139 Ida Division of NSA. Refreshments : Vicky Reports on Visiting am, 'Mrs Madeline Pederson and
First Federalof
will "be served. Mrs Rosa Quigley. Keith Bowen
I j is in charge of Ihe tickets. Ibis Is my new Slate Farot

Replica Japanese Garden i cflice-where I can better
POLISH REMOVER I Ii IiI I Litter debris and junk I
Vero BeachMaybe HIS and HERSSPORTSWEAR spread serve you with the best >*
1 across America j is not only unsightly 1
MAY-BI 6-Oz. SIZEPOLIDENT I Have you ever ijteeaho real Hotel, the smiling Japanese! god hut it i auto, fife and fire insurance.I : .
is highly
'' expensive I
I Japanese garden a n I of prosperity, a *10 M,(000) ) piece of
Well, you cun, if you happen to artistry The clean-up. job costs! half: a billion 1 I invite you to taU or drop i ia

you could, borrow money I he in Miami, Watson Park, on the I Walking among the garden paths I dollars_annually, tints.
67c Fifth Street Causeway, has a replica und gating into the lagoon a sense
DENTURE KIT' REG. 9Sc for your new home from a rich I I ,
of un authentic Japanese gir- of "serenity steals into one and a I
aunt Rut would Aunt floe know den given lo the American people feeling of peace enters the heart. CHUCK'S SERVICE h

DRISTANINHALER I hy Kiyoshi Ichimura of Tokyo, The teahouse i is made of flawless : .... I, l
49c whether or not the locution was elf Japan' as an expression of friendship bamboo, cedar and pine wood '1.toil STANDARD "..hnl.on l lROBF.R

RES. 7Sc good, the construction A I I. the I s toward the. American people and( put together without a single Drirrrr Dutr
Ichimura is one of Japan's nail It I is valued! at SIVOOO! ). A
BROMO price right, the tide! good!, your In. foremost industrialists. sign, in Japanese. hangs on the 287.9864
QUININEBOX s In 1961 Ichimura shipped $40- house's arch, u I
uirance adequate, etc? naming -Ai- Rall say & g(. Lucie Ave.
OF 30 II (000) worth of material! to Miamifor An, the abode of three loves--of
Port Salerno r \l. JOHNSON
the 175 by 250-foot garden country fellow-man and work.
Included! in the donations were During a busy! schedule, take Road Service .
First Federal not only lends you Situ) orchid trees, a 300-year-old( () time out for pleasant reverie and Open 7 dujs a week I- AUIOMOBILt STATE FARM INSURANCE MUTUAL

79c money, but glvci you the fruit of (stone lantern and an eight-ton, visit this place You will he IN 7 a.m. 8:30: ",. COMPANY NOME edict:
COUGH SYRUP 8-Oz. RES. 1.1' eight-foot high granite statue of better for having done NO p.m. BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS
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yenr, of experience. n__

OP 100 They will allow! you to reduce

total interest costs! by making advance

payment at any time without James, 1.Kenrub 1.

PAL BLADES penalty,

J..tn,. I... ... ''n.u.... ua to II0000r
MAALOX r Iba ,.....1 Savlnia e and Loan ... ...
Corvoratlon. You atari al
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aaount al anr UmwCopyrlghtcd

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WANTA I 2 and 3 Piece ,,


RES. 3.75 I IIf

P.r ...+. ....t.... yah Ie Heard about Dart's V8? It's around
Head & ShouldersSHAMPOO budbur Inprava raur knit new getting fast!
talk M Vbal radval of Van KaMl
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66c You a T It all In aaailartabl*
ontklr I ..u-... fw.Mkl* .Krkanat
-I I.00 TUBEFOUNTAIN tw..t rates.

Van Baaak JO I-MTI Suits Hot is the term that describes engines with more than adequate luxury and luggage space than more"than-a.few other compacts.

:SPECIAL and performance. It describes Dart's 225 cu. in. Six exactly. This And with Dart you alto get a long, strong S-year/50,000.mile
: .
Six has been more than a match of other compacts' extra cost warranty (There goes Dart. giving you more again'!)
engines.. So a new V8? We wanted to do special
why something rrxllnsaoaKn are roe 1YCAI ......rn1 '
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS for the guy :who never quite got sports cars.out of his system. Cararna.wanaN/ertrun; :AOOpnn' 'araNMr' tem.OTlCrION-Chrllier Rrp yMnttMuant'
: ;
ALL YOU pantsNOTICE And cubic inches of a Mtirr.M aarwa.mhq end I rplus repair et a CHpw ,
CAN EAT here it is!273 bold V8 vigor Molar CnpoMa
It LOANASSOCIATION : aanaa.i ouu'' ,plw II wasa- ..ss.Blase .wt ur Inleolll ,..N. 1m..
Cat quick from a stop. Plenty of reserve for highway passing.! Mrasir. situ br'ewmse.np' burr pad. (
nawap m.nwt
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BROWN OF gusto. Prove it? Just nudge the pedal toward the carpet, and _M.pa0a0.raaassn.wrwaakr.parlnurnrla.p serve.nraaMrtaap sot tuepl" ar I

you've got the an wer-real quick!.And isn't it just like Dart to arM.. "rawppad. ,.. ..:=: nnnauplaNavwryanpnl. rrB
It be a Hide trouble to gel .
DRUMETTES INDIAN RIVER COUNTY( may give you more action. Dart already gives you more room, comfort. lit dear M wea pea
to in but II k worth It!! If you oorttIJ p>real II era eN (II)lit toy r..i. paapw'.

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Served with delicioui Vero Beach, llorU' tun left from Colorado at Bill Compact Dodge Dart
french friei, crisp col. slew, Greene Chevrolet ,nd enter

breed end butter. CAin OUT OIDIIS Free Parking O. 15th ATOM thru .A4P parking lot! 0000I umetot > CHRYSLER

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Bahama Terrace Developer Covers Broad Field in lntcrviewLear's tlKfliT) J \K\.>iKT HZl si'iisHIH I ...Illl! ...Ml...\!!' .iMorld....I....sl'W'q.......IhurgtaJ.....:..Jannrtrn I..I.....2.1.,..1964.....1-\.

/l>UlHtO) I Charlton \\ Tebcnu Speaker Friday Night
Federal: K,I;tKKiil Nlortgajw As ; _
New Waterfront Home in the City !sedation v", Eric K.ohtz et ul
mortgage t\\tj('H'loNiiri'' ; ()>ihtor|) / on, ''I
I Scott and mivhttfnonAnton ', Noted Florida Historian Will
Vjiili rtnon Jr \'.. p* I
But Has 'Living in the Country'MoodBy trieian <\ V'lilliiiison: divorce: 'I I
Benll. Bcull ''r>d bn>phv) .
Fred U>.\ $rihfr: \"I. Ricrt J. I Lecture at the Elliott Museum
fantng11 foreclosure
R\Y McCLURE house This the andover brick homesin A.: No. "
MI" living room I 0: Why no veneer James C. t\1 i AiiKxt\ ,
1 there n the Honda room Florida Q: Do you i Ihll1k it will progress ( I
Over across the of Bitty( )efi Kutsfhcr \s \Vasely i ,
traffic moved like expanse a line of ants water I Both together, they're about testy A?: Dirk red brick collects the rapidly lion here on out! I Kut'IChellilll't't' : Harry |I'r or, I M,irlin. ("'IlnlIh'Mrlc,11 Socul All three hoiks) will be ivail A past presielenl' it' Honda Hislonciil -
stalking Roosevelt Bridge. I feet long Over there is the General heat and holds it A: PottiihK I ihmk: it (Upends l(Jluhron\ lawl. > I )' will present I hnrlton W. "mule ill Ihc lecture the publn. is StKiUhe is president "t t tI
I Electric kitchen, opening into Q.: Why no new wooden hornet? on Grumman and; w itcr on Hutchinson Martin Hn'nf' v'. II.lrl'1'. lebeau noted Florida historian' i invited There is no ulmission I the Homli Anlhn>pologlc il' So-
Down near the concrete seawall the living room. Follow me Now, A.: They van he costly to build lit,inJI Archer, ct f\\ ci'lilimnitioii; suite in a lecture.d.1 the riliotl Museum ihirpo" but donations to the His. : cud t), president:; ol I Iergtades; : Nil:
that held the St. Lucie at bay, I in this wction are the two bedrooms and cosily to maintain Then I he mMi I I drainage ditCh: : Dean Tix>kcr. : I it N pin rndiJim. ..4.I I lorleul Society: are accepted from ural Union Assocnlion, I president
sir pelicans dived for fish The I and the I two baths, One Q.: I Is it true wood den'tI ilh.lIt.md "Actuilly I h.1\, a lot of con- Sine < und His subject will be his newest non-membersMr of Southeastern Anienc, Studies
raindrops made rampant inima I hedroom faces the river. The other hurricanes as well as con fidence in the Siuirt, area, I fill I Co\fV liendry
lure rivers down the glass expanseof | f faces Terrace Road Notice the crete hloU? sure the time still wean come whenwe | I \, vs suit; :Indian ,i dealing with early 'mhihiimts 1'1'l md\ chairman ot the Historx IXpirtment dent and 'dlh'rfnc l 1941( ot '1,"
the house overlooking ihe mr. 1 I mirror doors on the closets Of A.: The House of Refuge has will have i"> f Lize, .Up to drastic town cotxteyftumlion I : Everglades Nitionil Puk He is ( of the University of Mi. 1 quest i," ,journal ol' the historical
The man who was pointing and course, youve already seen the been there a long time chnngis Sum people may not : Irul8t_ the author of ,two other public anti (oril, dablcs, ,since 1946. and' I Association of Southern' Honda
talking found little to remind him I' twxvcnr garage i ," Q.: Why no popular" split level want this 'lo h ,'pen Rul the I (in Bo"RIn.I'. \ \ lions 1 centered on 'thi same gem h,1hc'n IIO"ci.llc,1lllh the urn, Heis currently. colliborilmg
of life in his home state of Virgima "A few other attractions:' I Lear houses handwriting! i is on the wall. \\1i\, Slulrt\ ('tb (\,1111111'\11' will ,'ralarell.i "(hikolosku DIN ( sun ursilsince !191'J He taughl his with Rubs I each ( irson tin .1 i t two-
He was Robert Lear, Stuart said "are central air conditioningand A.: Most of our customers are even tomorrovnighl not know i hold its ri/iHi, .' milling .ii ('n\ irs ;' I'm. and' I'I"ml.,is' I "i,t ion ,il North [Dakota, Stile I naser \., ,' histim ol' lorieh t from
developer, and he was discussing healing:: terra/Jo floors, a elderly They don't I like IlerBllt the old home pi,.,. 1 11.ill on M'III.IJ.ln\, \| u J 27 "it K p m Frontier ( ilhu ( 'runts, I9s' +lt' before coming lo lloruli liuli m I 11 i ui ,11 Ss.mc i Age"there's __
Bahama Terrace: world conditions/ complete sprinkling system for the upstairs houses are becoming popular
local politics. economy and a new !I ,yard: I tree lights/ and there no again in tho north,
waterfront home he had just com- flooding Notice how the lot slopes Q.: I Do hugs of all kinds slay -
plcled And it all sounded reasonable down to the river 1 hat'. quite a out of one type home heifer than
and logical. drop Oh yes you have good neighbors another type?
"We have here in Bihama Tcr and good fishing' A.: Bugs arc no respeclors of
race .1 i 100 per cent residential development We reminded Lear we were not houses
within the city. We there to buy a house-that news Q.: When will Bihama Terrace
have city waler, police and fire reporters seldom bought be completely developed?
protection and yet it's almost like Saner homes, and that we didn't A.: We hope by the end of the NO "LIMITED"PRESCRIPTION
living\ in the country. And as expansion I want to take up too much of his year We see no reason why it
goes on around us we hope valuable time won't. This Is one of the residential
the rural atmosphere will remain." I "l laJ to have you visit.:' he developments (hit hits hud steady
The rain quit The miniature I said. We like for everyone to growth. rather I thin spectacular
rivers", dried up. and he slid the I visa I us We're always glad to talk grow th.We SERVICE
glass doors open and walked out about Bahama/ / Terrace"' turned from houses t to a
on the long screened porch. I Since l Lear had been in the building general session:
"This house, for instance. is the business for many years i i in Q.: Has Stuart progressed f In
first and most recently constructed other states, we decided to Slav a population: is. well as you expected
i in ihima Terrace that is on the i little longer for a few questionsStuartJensen: a I five ve irs ago?
waterfront. Naturally. 1 think it ._ .
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[is an exceptionally nice home It'sion
a 90 by I 150-foot lot It has fine Elks at BROWARD.
ttrccs. It is well I landscaped, 1 plan LodgeTo L .
['to build four more waterfront
f homes. This one sells for $37.500() Observe Freedom Week
({The others will he in the same
1'i,. lear pointed with a sweeping "Stuart.Jensen Elks Lodge 1870 I the !people informed or lead us
(!' ::J gesture toward the St LucicUS will observe Freedom Week Jan to support moves toward Censorship I
tr "It's half a mile to the nearest :20:! .24 in a nation.wide salute hy''I and restrictions that are aim
ed at ultimate destruction of free
;point over there. Looking down the Benevolent and Protective Order 1
the St 'lucies South Fork, it's a speech and our free press Through
i three.mile view. In fact, 1 liked of Elks to free speech and I I I Freedom Week we want to promote
(the view from this house so well, freedom of the press" Dean Took- a better understanding of these

11 thought for a time 1 I'd move intoit cr, exalted ruler, announced problems faced h) the press and >k. ..
"< myself Then I decided I'd bitter "Freedom Week observance will broadcasting in keeping the people
I sell it. I can always build another informed and encourage them
feature special recognition of newspapers "
house : to do a better job, he concluded
and radio and television to
1 Lear hack into the house
went 1-' i
dramatize the importance of demo
r, and slid the glass doors back in RX WE COMPOUND TO YOUR
and the in the
ocracy +
place."I' I asked to the First Amendment of the Constitution 1l OBITUARIEStrrmratros.ter .i.i'I : J" ., I DOCTOR'S SPECIFIC ORDERS!
m glad you see l p
I of the United States, he ... .,
said "Schools and libraries are
,.. '
If R-xa .W 't'N'i
invited to participate with special GEORGE FREDERI'K RX WE STOCK COMPLETE LINES .
CARD OF HUNKS exhibits and programs, 'I GUM: IIIER:
Frederick Ounther ;; Including THE NEWEST 'MIRACLE' DRUGS!
I wish to express my thanks to "Free speech anel freedom of George sev ? ,
the press are not guaranteed for 'enty-one, a resident of Harrison
the doctors and nurses at Martin .
the benefit of newspapers and Avenue. Coral G.lrdenLI'cd' Saturday 1,
save Memorial the life Hospital of my who wife fought, MrsMary to, broadcasting stations, but for the 'II. afternoon, Jan 18, ill Mar /, -R>I WE BUY FOR OVER 2&
I benefit of the people because it is 'I tin Memorial Hospital Before retiring -
Kane, and
to neighborsand
friends for the beautiful my their right and their need to know he was a machinist, with the t t t STORES AND PASS THE

ice, Mass and floral offerings,rv'l "We may not always agree with New York City \
ment for over tSAVINGS ON TO YOU! ;
Sheriff Baker for the funeral escort what these communications media Slnitationcrarl'l '
and for all other kindnesses. :siy"or do, .but that should not He was a '
blind the fact that Episcopal Church of Slu irt, H ( 'r
1 lam extremely grateful us to they are : "ir I s s ro t,
., trying to do their job of keeping old Johns Post American 1.e
A B. Kane"Count" Stuart, and the Danes lodge! ion'l ,1, I .. :;;al; Rx WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS

..... :! F&AM of Peterson N, '
---- ---- He j is survived by his wife, Mary ,
Al \OUIII CEN'IL.RSTARF : A Gunther, of Coral Gardens,
JANUARY 31 Funeral services were held in i In Our Convenient
Von Leschhorn Adult shellcraft classes start at I Johns Funeral Home Chapel Tuts '. .
Stuart Youth Center 0 n Friday I day: at I It J a.m. with the Rev W
Reporting: Jan 31, and will continue weekly I R. Rowe rector of SI. Mary Ocean Blvd. Store
throughout the season on Fridays Episcopal Church, officiating ",
Everybody should see the new from V:30( a.m. to noon Mrs Mmme I ..'{".:1:' ...
Variety Show at the lyric Alford is the instructor Visitors ARIIIUR VINtrNT: IOIFY: f :; = N ';: ...

the and residents are welcome. Arthur Vincent Foley fifty-nine,
Not only do you help retarded
1 here i is no charge for instruction a resident of Alhamhra and Cor
children hut will enjoy
you tee Streets, Stuart, died at his home
yourself Thursday morning after a brief
Believe me there are all kindsof OPEN irousr linn illness. He was a native of Brooklyn FILLaW
talent different and wonder I'OR TWO MW: IIOMHS/ ) N. Y. and hail been a winter WE PRESCRIPTIONS
The C. B. Arbogast real estate resident here for the past t live ,
fill.Don't miss Chela Jacoho firm announced that open houseis years
seeing \bring) held' daily and Sundays He was a member of St John's
Directress Imperial Studios to present to the public two new Catholic Church of Riverhead N. aaasatrrttresrnnta
as she interprets the Dance of Fire residences in North River Y, a member of Riverhead Lodge
Believe me, she is one of the most the Martingale in the $ No 2044 BPOE, and Arch.
wonderful people I have ever met bracket and the Shore"j bishop Council of Knights of Coumbus -
(paid adv.) 24900. Frccport N, Y AND CAN REFILL ANY
He is survived by his wife, Ruby .
Foley, of Stuart and Riverhead,

''Count Von Leschhorn Reporting: and in Funeral the by North one services nephew and were two held nieces in REFILLABLE PRESCRIPTION .

"Ikms, W. Va. Johns Funeral

The Count needs another screwball, Home was,in charge of local arrangemenu

.____ Mjfl/ldfe OF WHERE
one with loot and brawn, to give him timeto G / j

emote and promote.There .y P (-----ortIGINALL Y FILLED!

k no doubt but that thin will be a pnt'lll'loull'fnture


; But man! Just look at the fun you can hate SFI.I ING SEA beta A aAail6 air/

Imagine discovering for yourself the ,ex life of an oyster.
Recognbtng Its !sex either In the cut or on the half ihelL I,

FASCINATING TO KNOW how can yon tell the difference (

between the female and male LITTLE NECK Why Pay More?



Which Pompano k better for "Pompano Papillote," the

male or 'emale1Mad.eft" RO J'ltJJC1 !"(" -

bluefkh, red mapper, yeOowtail, croaker all FashionetteBEAUTY ESCR\PTlO\ Broward' '

have their pecidariliet< but the real SHOW STOPPER b the <
11 .bfJUG h .sme
blue crab. There IS a nation why the female crab only mate SALON \ ,

once. The exception being real FEMALE F.MALE. 605 COLORADO AVENUE -[ lOwrSTwUb+ ; heprice 1..r"J>'f.l "1l '" ',:;, :)"'1-


Open Mon. thru Sat high est aAlttyl\ \ i < 47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 74737
SALERNO 7:30 a.m. 5:30: p.m. The "Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co.

PORT SALERNO (at the bridge) MARIE Owner OPEN SUNDAY I A. I.. 12:30 PJt t PJvf.. 9 PAL

AT 7-2200 AlA 287.2200 Phone 287-4999



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/ A STUART (Fta.) NEW 9 Thnndaj, January 23, 1961 -- -- .

\ I LEG\L D"F.RTn"'II'\T: BAPTlSf MEETING CIRCIES JAN. 14 IN I Dr. King, Judge Crary Address THURS.-FRI.-:- -i- L:" E.SATURDAY:

I' THE: rol'iT1' JI n4 rI: elllft1'n
Betty' Mills Circle met with the
AD FOR MAKTIcotI rt Club
Woman Present TrendsThe
l'I.oRID l> PROBATE: IMip Faye Taylor Circle of the First I on L
Church Jn
1:0: J\.IIJ' I Baptist on Tuesday

KHTATK OF I. 14. at 10:30: am A program on
USDA II NORRISI.errNN'd meeting of the "":i'J4Ji"1'1' / "
IWIE I Christian fellowship wan given program

'TO AM:\ PERHONH Of. IHHHtTfr INTBHrHTEDIM .:. with Mr. Llizjhcth KallMrom in Woman Club of Stuart on JanIS DISCOUNT 'SSfSZ. STORES't

TIUE KHTATK OK SAID charge Luncheon was hcrvcd after I opened with the invocation by SOCIETYWomen's earr 4 1
nIx'EUENT: the program, with Mn, C,
nL.M Mn Harold O Woollcy '
Toil are lurlnollflid tint a
Kicklitcr and Mr*. -
written" Inntrumcnt pnrpirtlnK, to
be lh. Taut Will and Temaniint. of clure as! hoMcsscsIK14L i Mrs. Andrew Ferrara, chairmanof STUART SHOPPING CENTER
I.atahla0R.h I < 160120 :1
mid decedent hum b.on admitted toprobate the bazaar requested membersto I <
In thla Court. You are hereby "
: ;
commanded wtlhln six Illl) "ml :. : AIMHIIIXKMt %TIN look at the display of articles

ender monthn from the date or the -: :01 II:f-"..- Till! of handicraft being made by members Club Will Sponsor
fleet publication of Ihla nntl e 10app.lt. lullII11511'1(1.
< IHI lI'r. IMA
In U1e <'omt and iiliowouaa .. 'II IOH. II '"'11" Ol.1', for the forthcoming bazaar.
ONE PIECE 20" 26"Of
If any you ran why the at \
artrn OK MOHIIM R i.
Mrs. C. VanJcrveer
lion of thla Court In adnlttlnic nnlc| I.IW1l IaNl president Finger Luncheon Card Party yM
MI1 to luobatft should nut clans M.tllTi'IM; NT( n 1'o' I then introduced Or Maxwell ,
tinretokou, Itl.al HulilHlHl i>fHlatu II" I King president of Indian River -
,., C. PF&U'F.mTIIOnHtll'u PILLOWHesilient
,,;. of 1-1"rldu""Irllllo. 'r. I t Junior College who thanked the I The Womuns Club of Stuart eludes Mrs. Hugh L.. (Jawn. Mrs =A

I'In'ult. Judge. acting of County ndlaqiallflmilin 1 club for sponsoring four scholarships : will I sponsor a finger luncheon and H s. Halsey, Mrs. H. Walter .
Judea of Martin CiuniyHurlcU V. .\11":11 I elO1KM .1". I I II IIlafrndxnlx. to the college.Dr. I curd party at the clubhouse on Sanders. Mn C R Vundcrvcer non-allergenie sleeping comfort.

\ 0. rM; ""','r Wednesday Jan. 29 at 12:30:
of the forces
mull uv I'HOI RMI11; : Na King spoke Mrs J. B. Watson und Mrs Ethel decorated is zippered for \
Nuh.: LJ..n. here will be table and door Colorfully cover
21, SO Fib .13. 1H4M IN Till; NAMF: : OK 1IIK: Kl''.\TKIK for change, starlul in 1V37 when p.m. ,, ,, '
rl,..1''llilllT 1\, the Russians! sent the first i prizes. Wcigind The luncheon committee removal and laundering. 6" Crown.
'ri< n i'*.ii\/J Jolt mix MsriiH! I I. hereby glvin that I hits, : and I., .
titled Hldn will be received/ by the (Ins' die foil wln" named i'-r on. emphasises the fact that reservations Mrs H. L Cummings Mrs C R.
Hoard of County Commlllahonnre of and pnrllen e lo are r..hl'nlo I of By 1960, he said, the impactof should be made for this i l. Conc! Mrs. Marie Ixwison !
'. Florl la. In HIP of. . .Hill 1'
Martin County til" Hint of Hullrttt together this event had brought about each 1
flea of the tl..rk if "Irc'ull ourt Ih, Ir le.'IIVI'| / |.Ioe"l of r,'xlil"nnl ,' educational luncheon. !She will accept themat Mrs S Mtsullo. MM C'. E. Key f i r t
.1 Ihr toiirlhniiHe In tHimrt I-1'lorldn and the r.'cllVO, parcel l1ulIh'r., ch.mgis in the cultural, 2H7-9K67 until Monda), Jan 27 I nolds ,ind Mrs Harold O Woollev .
up until Van A.M. hflniinry 11I In whh'h l they, ecru ullugo I lu hnho and scientific: programs in our
.il4. and opened 1000"n tlmreaftur IIIt..lo", : The sandwich committee. I n ,
"as possible. fur tlie folluw- country The mobility of the population 'rr : 2 for $$3.50 !
Inv' "U" NI.o.: ii tnta' i HI'i 4 forced greater conformity
III Hh..k 41 if II)'land Tnra n
in school the
Mlcl.n to 11 feet: pla e lev I-. Hll .llvlalon. belnir 'loralel' In systems throughout s
lurk Cou rse cad 111th IIIrfH"e Hoctlon: 14: Towiahlp: 4U H: nhKa I country More adult are now demanding ePt I
nORd from Mat T& weelerly ",K. 4J tii.1.l rorllnv. I"> a additional
OS udlos.Mp''rlfleotlope plat thiienf riled In, "lot l Bonk (
II I. IKRI14 I nlille r.retda, I ifInlm social vocational technological
'< Iney he oblaln.d Hoii.ii, County Florida,
at the ""' '* of I the Marlin Board now Marlln J i Cuunnrl.) and educational training. Our I
of 'JTh"UnBoard- ,,"Isuiunrrn. role In world affairs means pea
r..erve of. the County rlKht to Comn reject Indloitera Containing .Z7 acres. more ir lealOWMD pie working with other countries''' i '

s1 : nil bido l l BYII must receive importune training. I
hated (till 4lat day of January
11104. N.: RAKKMXil It in now rccogni/cd continued Polished Aluminum 4 Cup Pot is ideal '
IiOARP I OK J HOISTVIXJMMIHHHlSMtK (./., J. A knllcyJ3 : Dr. King. that the first t four yean ,, .
I Ie
<'Ol'NTY B; Hiwlh.jtmllinhuiat, llllnola' of a child'lfe\ arc most importantin t for making instant coffee or tea ; heating J I
toy ttCANK A4 \\AC1IV.Clialnnan educational development Therefore

HEAL) and(no"II'; fullowha who are! lined lullevrd;; ni to nona ben I the child raised. in a good canned foods or baby bottles. \ '

l'ub JIOn. 11. 28. 1)61TI .in.icKlluntl' of the HI ate of Kim" I Ida. 'home environment !stands>> a better hl
and whom Inc, known' places
\() ( K J..nu lentil ,iiiieNOTII'IJ of reel;Ienen arc an ait forth, below, i chance of becoming the above

_.'_h'd IIld. I.will hereby be received alvun bY t hat hit. and and:: all nn.peranna I. r :th in flalinliiK tegnlhrr I by'will through: :tie average student I II 1s4

Hoard of County ('o""nl..lo"p or napeitlve lur, nuinliera In vhlfli I The twenty-eight junior colleges
Martin: tointv rim Id t. In: lh': of they; are ail,u;:j :to be Inteiunledl ;: in Honda fill needs, Dr.
flee of tie Irk I: of ( Irrult, < nurt many I e at
at lh. courthouiM In "Stuart. Hurlriii > \HI rl: Ml: Si The KOillll SO King stated The student, who for 1 t'l
up tinlll I:SO A.M I. Irbriiary IIHtH rout of the north one.hair ('hi) personal reasons plans for only WCompo
and noun Hereafter
opened a
of (tin vewmnnI Imo a Mro'tlonill ?
M poaalblu, for the following. ; Inwiwhlii! 40 H.Milli: I,. hangs; two yean of college work, will be 'jF '.' r' \
4J bat:, Itlnir and.I bilig.. .In able to get technieul training in
I. vellhif| Martin. County. .'lorldu.CunlahhiK < #
many fields with the possibilityof *. '
I. Nonnandr A,..niK from HI t.ti ....r .., i..ore. or IUMIIAIIHY completing his education later -*>. JO-
I ssn Avenue to (ynrcn Melee. ?
ItlbliH.ua: I'ark H/U. Utit'l t:iJ lIY: on. A junior college/ will : train

Z. MmMnrtutt, Avrntib.frulii; 2nd r'. AirHUl 'II' adults in many new field, such as
Ktrr..4 to 4111 Mlittt III LoralUardelui. building trades!, police and allied
8b.8pe'IflrAtinus VINYLLAUNDRY
A .
Jill'It.;"i', "urlol" work, und nursing new t
lit, uy le oblilmd. course. in Florida education( whieh
at the oftke of the Martin. hoard in) 'Ilii unkniwn I elm, ,1"1." student must take, includesthe i t
vf oilnty CoramlHHluniiiiIhn Inaatiea and aranleea, of an> every
Board of Cuunll' oinmhi-, .til: above named 1 llvldual: LIUfetidtnle sociology of I self-appraisal Dr. I BASKET
lour* rewrvni the null to reject win inav be di.ad. concluded his remarks with
Lou end) h if her..I h\ King I I
and till bido.ftoled ea 'i. aie
any : thla 91.1 day or January. foinnmid:; ::: to be ems,:i aVpexrn the statement. Education will be' f
the i'In nil' Coin I In and for" Martin the salvation of this Extra large capacity basket
1964.HOAItO Ol' (ML'STY toothy: b'Inrldll I at the office or the country I A
(.OMMIMHIOMCIIH J OK (lerk of mil Coin. l in the lily of Mrs. Vandervcer then introduced )4 I easily holds
UtTIN ('ut's'rY Htunrt. Cnnntv or Marlin Klllldon average
sty ntAVk: A. WACHA.Ch&lrll" or hefrn the Uth lay. of Kelru Judge Evans Crary Jr. who refer.
'" pry. A.I'. IlG4.!i to chow wliiit right. red to the days when his mother wash. It's rustproof; will not
At., title or ht..t you or any of you
l'ub.: Jltn. 82, I/. 1(01.OTI10 have or Inlm In and In any ,.f add 1.1 a past president was active in the crack or peel Smooth molded
above d....< Mbe and In show "nine why llu' name. construction.
OK ." 1.1.10'' lit interest to note that Judge
ah' i ild not bo taken. for 'the vu a Crary
IIHI.IXIKII: rlt"I'l'rlnla1NM'' and iiirpia! net forth In the lull worked on the committee which
N >tp| la hereby ghee that tile lIull filed. In cold. ('mill In tl,,. al,",ve
leralgnrd under II. proving entitle ciiuae. namely fur i,ulillti did research in forty-eight Mates to end
of rhaitrr 80951. Laws tf F'lerldu;I : ... Ii..wit: the iontrmll.li, and I Inalnlename get information lor the Florida
beta of tun, will\ letter with the nf a ilrnlnaife.. PinnlIn
dark o( tu. lli< ill 'ollrl in Mid I Murlln I'mill Iv. .'IIIrlo..laMtttca Juvenile 'ourt Act in 1931 Compare
for Mnrllo of proof Cninty.o/ 011 H; 1 llraiUn rtda.\ >n'onriielit of \ my hnild aa Ixrk of tlmfinAlt The Juvenile Court is a court of MISS !MARY MM. tORVHIUS: \ I. _
and Mi.rllnit
imrt fur
L lilt nollce, the flotltli",ua acme, I..- (' lll\'. I 1"ln'II,1 1 Hid the Kent of great power. said Judge Crary.1'he r at89cLADIES'
N "II'' Mid Court thin Inch tine of .'leminrv is the andhas
state super parent I
| 1(1t( : Will
N1tU1ER'BEMTATI9! l'uIlIt'Y.. 'A.I'Hirld. 1IIU4. at Htuurt Marlin jurisdiction over all children Mary e
under which w will cocoon In
bll.tn. having. our ,,,'In.'I.al, I.'M"' fLkltK' sYp rTHL' '1'rtlCVlT' under the age of seventeen yean

"f ty, "Flu."..III". .that. In t tin Httiart iinrlle.Martin, InietHii('n'11' f'its I I her ,;;r A tl FtRtIi : However if a child of sixteen or Wed David M deSteteuer(
older commits offense
In .M bu.tn*.. err MMNlUTMi.lt / \ N J I\HTro{ COl'OT.01111) >' a capital .
: and "',\IeI. .r. HKI'NUl; /I'FJ: ,, he must t be released to any other -
ot Hluart. Horlcln an4 that them" l"K\N lIMIKlun/ court having jurisdiction in that Mr and Mrs Eugene S ('t r. I I It t lye. M.mh ill in. Kan. with a bachelor WHITE SNEAKERSFine !
are on other perauns Inte..1.. In ( i.uuty Vttorni.y'
wad; !:. (l( drawer! IfllDHliiurt \1 particular, field I nclius, Krueger Parkway. announce ot science degree in engineer.
hMYRNA! n] ntti,NUI 1"ICllIoI.I i the engagement and approaching canvas with heavy duty'f
('Hrl .1. IIltl'l1: (,if oiinnel fnr l'rtlllnnrr. Since 1960 the judge added, of their ing. He is employed by the Paul uppers

Pub. Jun 13, JO_ y.., )._( .U-I 1 tie !'lib.:: Jan 11 30..'.1>. tl .13. 1984 Martin County his employed a Jane marriage to David M irtm lighter( deStcicut.rson Mary ic Scientific Company in Los I
------ ---- rubber soles.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT juvenile counselor who investigates of Mr and Mrs Rudolph de Angeles ind i is a member of the
and to the court such
presents Steiguer, Long Bench. ( ) I Beach Junior Chamber of lit"
111)l'U.'n \11 ''H''III' IiIa'I'lils. '. 'rs'rTKMh child welfare : I.mg
cases as truancy 711Igr.lllu.
> 'r: I'"' U"I"'IO'1' DIxFultllt: : al. ..003AN Miss Corne'lius, a Commerce. "
.V.T" delinquency any dependent ate of Martin County Ilith School The I wedding will. he March 14 Compare at $2.99 '

'aoh' ,, In Bank . . . . . . . .. . .. . ..1IN,76fb0lmnds lacking work care closely The with court the und"schools counselor is a legal secret.try m Long Much. at 4: VI) p.l m. nt P,,ilos Vcrdes Way

Offl.: rtUlrn.f.w Lqunlot.. ,; ,; : : : : : :: : :: : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 4.17u1n1 0,007 lilt: The counselor also talks with 1 t Her fiance attended Beloit Col hirers I Chapel on the ocean A reception

1..11) Clunk, . .. . . . .. . .. .. .. .... .. OG.4O101lu3.80 churches! and other lego, Beloit Wis, and was grad. Mill follow at the MarineI .
neighbors, or-
-- ated from Kansas Stale Univcrsi land I
Rest lurant. I.
.,. \HII.'..'.....NCanh'ln gnnizatione; securing anr.informa.

rnlu. .. . . . .. .. I.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... ,'lot.B6G.ad lion that will help the child. It mUM Sizes
,'.., remembered that the
Dunks January. 1, 1089 ...... ... .. ... ..... .;.. ....| 1973344Hee.lr 19 the court is to help )youth purposeof become Snyder-Slauter Engagement Is 4-10 1

4 iturlna: ta. lean nicnihers of the community .
Tan Kedemnlnna. . . . . .$ DID v.
laa to ( Ity of tl.ra Itatoii' Lan' and that probation with supervisionIs Told
Hull of MSA III Uroup . :: : :: :: SJ"il:nil: used: to( help I the child Wherever ; August Wedding
snip. of Part MXTim,.. . . . livuutiullplinb '
irnpinetit fur ApprulMitl' ot ear- possible the courts will try

I I.mil MI4.\l 'a . . . . . 1Gr.o.OO to release! the child to the parent. Mr and Mn Clair Snyder of MEN'S DACRON AND COTTON
rlIr"u of MHA'a 101. :ji\\:': RUJACI2V' 12.OIMI III) also remarked\ .1801! Cast Thirty second Avenue
on Miiiely, ;,I 'n'niliini :. : 00,71): Judge Crary I
heliiih"r..ment for emra. I.UIII\.hl"| he disgraceful condition of our Denver Cola, announce the enagemeat -
Tessa, stn Ke: ('M\ 1.4 ii ...700.GGIl.I of their Bar
RehOhursnn"ot: :: Eopnnoes; Ilwl: varlu1s,; J.lil, and lack of quarters for boy ; daughter
MHAl Urotvard ('nnnty' 1.112.00I and girl juveniles At present the !)iiru, to David W SUite-r. son of DRESS PANTSFine
i hiiraemei' ,t of Costa: 11.: ftel.i :\ 1t6: 1,710110 girls are being liken to the I Mr and Mrs W A. Slautcr formerly .

I Bair, 'u.ft'i ,: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :; s/,9u I 1 $1,063.41! i ticic County,, facilities. he I J.St. of Stuart and Jensen Ueaeh.

Total Cash January. I. 1963 and Itocoivid during year ....,..,1164,3X6,081)ICtil Refreshments were served after I and now residing at 920 forest Hill
the program by Mrs. F W Ha/le I Boulevard, West Palm Beach Wash 'n' Wear blends of Dacron and Cotton
R.lMN\Tn; ,
01(1cC 1"ul'nllur It b'Ixlurul . .1 489,81 1 hO.U wood, hostess, assisted by Mrs Miss Snyder Is a graduate of the

A.m'.I.I..I". Fapenarn: ---' Paul Dimes. C.Mrs Howe Kenneth and Mn Griffith. l. and W class. of 19tJI from 7elienople High / in popular solid colors and plaids. Regular, self. I

snrrl)' HOlld I'reminnla, . . .. I 811,13' School Zclienoplc Pa She is prcs
ratnutlealouers'::::::::: I :: : if..al; .I" 721010: Mn Ethel Mitchell poured ently employed\ the Mountain
Cmmtitlaalourrs' : : : : : : : ; : : i: 07rnII : I r. I belt and Ivy' styles
1 1'uqloyees'': t'alnriro .HII..Illllusri Stiles Compiny Den.
I'ffirr; Rent I. : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : ::::. HUMID: I'lAMRS vir Her Telephone fiance is a graduate of

pofo l'tnnauery', hepnalt: l'rlullog lion, llrot c IiuVylir.: ': : :: 11X0:,.: :: KUMMU.I: : : SUKIhc : the cliss of 1961 of M.irlin ( olm

Trleulaae Inoloia . . . . .. . .. .. !'KIMlHH Riptide Players' ruminate ty High Sehool He is a member

MIc .llwiuoual :: and, :1'uagnpt:, : , ,I. ,: : : :::: : :: 120,70: III. .4118: sale will be held In the old A&P of the Air Force and is now 1 slalioned Compare up to

..val r:........ .., ...ate building from 9 a.ID. to 1 p.m. on at I-owry Air Force Base

Attorney' Halnrv . 110.lion'((10 : Friday and Saturday Jan 24.25. Denver An August wedding IH r $6.95Sizes
p15tianary I l'rhuing1.' pup; ; i,:. : : : : : : 111 mi i Mrs Nellie I'clloni will be at the planned.Jllatron's. 1 I
tin IIII i
{ 'P"lusruII' 31 I4 store all day Wednesday to reeeive Y

lh r :::: . ; . : . 4IN Rn those desiring to bring any Hems
lenAl 'nla . 911,74 : : Class
Legal. boos . . . .. .. 1,11X7,63 1(491474( for sale Proceeds wilgo to buy JiJ 26 thru
a for the II eltLZIlleWOII
rug sttgc
.:..1......... 9crreyn A 1'rer.renalt .-- '
Ilenrral 3laucurr'a' 'lklary Iliriinon : 36LADIES'
Atanasero! I'eurotort"a palnry: : : : : : : : : 4,01.10.: i .- ItlillIIVMIimtltM': -: ._-- The Matrons CI J.I iss of the I irstMethodist MISS \RB\RA SN\DIR; :
}):ctra vrriic help. :\11'1'11' Fl" IIP IttUltU' '
Mil:; lrlm' II HiptlleTri'i''r'k":11"' : : : : : : :: : : : :: 1.m'4TKIIJTI r \ I"l1': \. II r 9(1.101.4wllll' \I'IJ: "..1 t Church held a luneh- .. J......:
: ""' I'1,11R 1111 eon J.in. 14 Thirty members
-: .:: : . : : : : : :: : : : : : 1.OK 1113, I.'I.OHIII\ ,l'H'I'RI.\L 1 present were CARD OlI1IVNKS: ,
Offlea F>itnai ii Puolau 411. TItlllHboro t ('UMAilt181UN: : :. )
Office Wiiuiiiii; <"nt Ilrth: Ii Ehm; ::'Irtu; IMallllirrMVIIlV 1 Mn f
H rvlce 3,191 8} J. F. Bo/one opened the Word I cannot adequately express !

Mla'ollannnux E6ulpnlmt, Repair: : : :,. :,: ,: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : n.fiX 90,17 g. TILItiN 1.,1.1 I 1 I meeting with a prayer> and a silent our deep appreciation to the J

burs A 8ubarlpllons .:: : '. : : ::::::: 301,0933,409, 1a Shy tdrtue of a Tat 1"rrllnt, In prayer was given for Mrs C. C. staff of Martin Memorial Hospitaland 1
__.. .. Illy hnllia 1marl by Ihr plate of Webber whose hut band died to all our friends for the many
i Rlaat .t Mar BgenselPumping .'lorl ; : >
('uata vl.lnlly of. Semi l'OIl1I11I..lnll u..I"ol Nano" Ii. kind and symptthetic acts during

Coat:Inlvt for'liaklnw Browned t'ert Cnunty::iln: ('...V..a. i In Del i:tl 4.000,0(1( m "lh duly. ,iudgmrnt.atiraloI..."o'whlrh July cold al I Mn: k, M, Ing,ills read a poem the recent loss of our mother, Mrs

raw to Oaklatil. Park 'Ojeet' 190.4Btaking / Warrant waa lamiad I lia\e ,Invlnd. I Iin entitled I "Into. Another Year' and Nettie Louise" Tullent Fine quality. 100 %/ cotton sets made and styled for
W..t 'tlW Intracoastal. Ws.. all rlaht I I title an 1 Interval of slides of her Mn and Mn Charlie Paul
leeway Hollywood I 71,00 the cull Ma,'la H Till In end fur trip through t the
Asks Wottt . .:: '.: : : : ::: :: :: 1,1011,00: tllu folioltlllll dl.eribul matchingbelts
j nnpliv. Ca.e. lIe: Oaklund lark' to teemed In Martin County lurlju *hoby Mn Cecia
Mae ,
Greene. .
Port PkorKlaile 10.411".OUUI. tu wit: 'E .etrswar.. +r
mmlnir (l'o.t. lie: pepu.lt; i'Hi.;oil ---
on Danrh" 4,7oit no 7,015 a.HI ant n.. 1II0.k 10. and color shorts. ,
lteeording .'cca : : : : : : : :: : :: : : 419.III7HJ21 OI'lI1plll P.t, C I a In PI.t Enjoy the Winter Season ohd
l'rrtlflatns It ItalianourTitles'" Ibok 0 pore HN I'.It.tlonitCounly I }

Appraisal EapousV; . . . .. ._. r'Ksnsnsr 1. 00oll.-134.428._ lubllc. Uecorda.la .. I ":" i With a New "Do"roan

M.etlleeoe| Kntl"t hen hv given I Hint "n f
of tHale Auditor ,1 W.dn..dHY thn lII11t ,laP lOr Fnbru' Sizes 10 thru
Henry Holland Rurknaa, : : : : ::: ::: : ..mJ: cry u. between the hi.lira of iu
"11.1 InaiiranreJalilllty . . . . . 901.41 110, A II and I >..HO t',M. .at 11:ain PARK PLAZA 18Compare I
and .:iti|1..ve"ton 'tMne'. A M. the anld dos at the front
Hhlp InauiantK PtlicleeManavar1 (leoeral door or the Marsh Tountx 'nu'tltaua
(Jill,. . . . .. >444 t I.OUT.It I all( sail all tight. till v BEAUTY SALON: / 1
sad Intareat of tie ....111I..." 10 gTilton 2
Total D/sbnrsemeeim . .. . .. . . . . ?. 5.8U.2I In and In the .b.... iltacrlbed 317 U. OO.AN: BLVD. AT 7JM '
Cash In Banks .....11''.be" IIIY.I . . .. ... .. . . .. }Ii6U.tl0Thla '"",'xrty. at ublk Au..tl in to tha at
lII.h..1 bl Id"r fore,.h. In ..tI.- OWNER: GtORGLV lURDVklCK
dtatemtut has been I'reveled In aouordanc. with prvvl.lona of ty cell. warrant and, ..II t, ate,
Chapter 14731 L.we if rlorlda. mi r> latle I of accouiua with supporting Given hand and seal
vouchura arts. on flit; la tli. office of the Treaaurero : this :Jut: udro/'J.'n. 1004. I OPERATORS" VEULTllmlAS BARBARA BUNTERRECEPTIONISTI $1.79I II
.... Tnuunr.Tub. : l\l'STY. 'WHlD A I
Jut. 2,19141eIaNAlrW169 Pub.' Jan 34, 10. Tab a .11. 0044>> __ h=! : BETTY ILUIDWICK ,

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Ilir SIl'ARI (norMal) MWi Thiirvluj, January 23, 1964 1-B

': .. \ ""It \ I Fancy Saddles Will Be AwardedAs
I t ;;
.' Farm Must
--j ) ., ,,, "i.:) Operators Report I

; Prizes at Seventeenth Rodeo Employes'! Wages by Jan. 31

harm operators. arc reminded I must also he reported, hy the inn"
... 1 Six !saddles with i.UK\' green lh.il .thev must file reports of wager plover Gehrken dated hit. ge-,
r scats have arrived .u the Circle T paid lo (arm workers in 19(>'. together erilly the crew (cider is the employer -
Til T -
t p '' Ranch at Indiantowii 10 be given I with payment of social\ !see 1 unles the farmer cod\ the
.11 i is iwards in this year s >seventeenth cumy uixes, hy JAn. 31. crew lender have a written agricnent -
I annual rodeo scheduled Feb. 22 I R. ('., Gchrken Jr. district manigcr which shows that the sr.w
akdlmra y IR 1 md 21 of t Security in \Vesi Ic..fa. I' the 1lrll1\'r\ IHI'I\I\ '
r Palm e tel said unv employerwho I I 1.lrm tmplours cod lll'I I, ?,,1r Is I-
rheIIddle.. go u winners o f 5 paid $I IV II) or more in cash act "hllIn m ,,ililii"mil 1111,,i, ,
each event at the Mdeo and! are I ,
wipes 'lo u (term employee, or had. thIn ihoul iirHirlinn), their! I
contributed h> O C Iroiip, ownci I a i I faun hand l working for him on 'I' I\.IC' In gcttinj. 'n! i iInternil I".h" iii
of Circle T Kuuh and Big i I .
twiiiiv or' more days for rash pas Revenue nn.( I Ih'l
'hiel ( onstruction ( ,ompany during I9M on u lime hall, rath II Social Secants II\II'cl i iv ,,u "
Plans tor: the r."t.1lcnt forward 11 1 than on u piece-rate basis. is ainiid :-
this week as plications to 11111011i...'
>|' to pay ho I taxes \ ,
participate arrived trom cowboy these .reports.
and cowgirls from) nmy sectionsof AIGEIgW'$
the I taxes ansi! Internal KuvcniuI
the count! I inn' O41 must be sent to the lisli .
This year the co\\lv\s and cowgirls it l Dnoctor of Internal Revenue
: : mil find a nt\\ look ut the In I.ln I M ol, each veer I
rodeo bowl \\.'rl. hIb'ell \I
compltled .\
thriven' also advises that I the ,\\\
on a new 'e"i II'nf !sculs )
r 1 return muss show the emplosi \
'1 ktidtA at the bowl 1 which 1 hangs the total : IHIimtlil: lilHlmklllK ('
social ;
toriett mane : n m Iritk. IMNCCI4, rj'jRq'
number ol teats to "MHH( ).
mum number. und I the .
wagivwlikh M x.W MMM+11. "1111 lit,IM.a rM
Although! the del miic" programof weie I paid 1 during IVMI
events is still I bent) worked out, I this '' rcuinred iiipiupeuls KINDHED'SSl'PEHlJAIUET
: : : :: I"ltlhe":: ::
the rodeo I is evpcttul .to include I I (. i employes *> ;
the usual bull riding. hull-dogging, ,'1..1. Meiirit icciHinl I I1Ih
715 ('OIUR \UO \UMJk:: ;
1 t calf roping bareback riding anda wages which in roil innumbers
f barrel race.About $ Maealve ol ,i Sinn l labor u IHW'UIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIItlllllllltllllllllllllllllll SltVKIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil'

sixty cowbovs and cowgirls
I I f I l i I ,
will participate,, 1'111evend!
,\KI nRS-"JlI\1 l.onlon tin, Mdl:1 coil kw
gives a i pouil-
special: acts. eis. lo lilt I student I'ul Duncan ot Rio during! one nl !Muleotls.
--- art classes ut the Ail t Marl .it Rio !(Micl.eod currently has in nt

RIDE, AN ONF?-Harrold Wilder, an official of Big Chief Construction Company at Indiantown Rodeo exhibit teulunng his sunk on disphu tin Art M.in, fire public
holds one of the six fancy saddle that will be given by the t irclo I Ranch to rodeo winners on Feb, 1------ is invited to the exhibit which is oVi| I Iron 4 .1.m, lo 5 p in I
22 and 23. Two more of the saddles are on the (door I Professional (1.111), except) Sumli\ GIFT 5

I'ms.l.iv.- _n, -Jan- __ __ ._ _____. __. ____
-- -- ------- --- 14 at the-cluhhoux: -- -- u --- -- --- ---- POPULAR) FIiION. I AM !NOVIICIIOV GARDEN

1aaa MSrra/aan6w"t'.At.1atC.. '1't' % '3r'11' .:.lM'frpareaMnll"IC"RI"ltMl : Grove Escapes Three bids on the printing of the DVMI KVNDVII I. III ('t\IIS IIIRNS OKC\M/IK: HOOKS t'Illl,DRhVS BOOKS BIBLES S COOKBOOKS

I program for this yeji"s rodeo on SL'It\11RI\E'RI11! : MIMBIR I IN \1'" '10 I (ll\ 1MC1 ION,\KltS, -OI'tL\R| AND CLASSICAL i
INDIANTOWN NEWSDIANE Frost Damage Saturday and Sunday, I h ib 22 and
21, were opened Southeastern l Divid C. Randall lire control I Gene Peacock, campaign orgutiir / RECORD ALBUMS |
Minute Maid Corporation has 5,15 the lowest technician sea man apprenlitc, I 1'.11'i I 1I,1\un l u! \ Burns in t the
GALE 597-2525 Printing
Correspondent Phone Company
reported no frost damage to its and was acceptedthe liSN son of Mr und Mrs. R. WKandill major of uksonville'i race fur !
DIIiJ- .-lAP tI1II! .'1 UI (:L1< ;I.i"s""q": "' ", 'a." "' atsarsaa asrs citrus spellJack groves. during last week'scold club also votul to sponsor ot lobe Sound, wan gavel usr, wan m Stiiuil Friday contacting '. VALENTINE'SBOOK I

Morris, general the Curls Scouts Cadii I group. graduated! Dee I IX from HISIC Hums biipHiicr|
: 0. D. Is manager
Hataway Submarine Schoul Orolon, Conn
Recuperating There wilt bo linal meeting
did report however, that ho hada a & IWCOIU: |
helicopter fly in from Lake to discuss rodeo 1'1,111al the home lie will beiome a nubmarine Automobile uuidinls killed I I I SIIOP
and that of Mr. Kilty Jordan on TuesdayJan crew member und serve in one of 14/(HI) I'cr'l\lnK in Japan in |19M)( I),
After : Wales as a precaution, 329 .:. Ocean Honk-surd s |I'hllne AT 7-040) =
Undergoing Eye
j Surgery everything was reported ia good ,l'iollnf''! All mcmbin arc I the vital branch of the N.ivy'i four times more than the loll Un _
condition modern flttt leers ago sl J ll l tlt Il 1111111 11111 llllllllllll ll ll ll ll 11111 lull 11111111111111111111111111111111111f ;ii
O D H.ilaway, one of Indian.I fectionatcly called now owns and T ---- --

I towns pioneers, had a cataract reI operates Hataw ay's Grain and
: moved from his left eye at Fort Feed Store next to Jewells Restaurant
I Pierce Memorial Hospital two .

,I weeks ago.Hatnwuy. While "O.D." j is recuperating! at
had a similar operation home for a couple of weeks" his 's\ ::
successfully performed about two granddaughter, Mrs Betty Lighlsey .
years ago on his right eye, is running the feed store until I 4 .,r
Mr. and Mrs Hataway came he returns to work, which shouldbe
lo Okcechobee' from the outskirts i any day now.Hallandale. 1
,\ of Atlanta, Oa, m 1924 I and he
made a living as a fisherman. I

.\. H.itaway was offered the job of Makes
bus driver from Okeechobce to In Have The Memory ofAn
, diantown and that was when he Last Water Stop
discovered! Indiantown and decided I
to live and start a business hereIn .
1932 the Hataways made For over two years the Arunde
i Corporation barge "HJlland..le,"
their l move from Okeechobee to Indiantqwn -
built tbeir with a water storage capacity of .
where they
home, the sumetwie r they are living I 15D.OOO)() gallons, has. been coming -':" : I '
in today to Indiantown Marina for freshwater .: Elephant..f
They opened a gas station on from Kivsimmee, where ,
Warficld Boulevard, which u now it has been dredging
owned by their son, Jimmy. Later This is a steam operated dredge
they opened a restaurant, which is which needs large amounts o I f
now owned and operated by their pure water and has to be refilled
I daughter, Mrs. Jewel Tartula, The every ten days. ,
I Hataways then opened another gas The Hallandale" sank while :( ,
station Warfield Boulevard and (.
[ on building the Rand development on
that has been taken over by their Hutchinson, Island over four yean -' ,

son, Reese ago:
At present "O.D.," as h. is af- According lo the
barge captain '" AI.Remember.
m __n_____ __ Friday. Jan. 17. was the last trip
as rho.Job will' be completed i atKissimmcc
on Jan 22. .f.

Carl Sinor president of the Kiwanis Club HoldsDirectors'
I First Bank of Indiantown, was Inducted -
into Indiantown Kiwani Meeting
(tub Wednesday, Jan, 15 by I
the club new president, Jim Rincs Indiuntown Kiwanis Club met
Nines held an informal lunch. recently for the first conference
eon meeting briefing the club' on I and directors meeting under the To
his platform for 1964. I direction of its new president Jim
Guests were Marvin Keller and Rmcs.
I I Each officer was named pn-
grant chairman for one month1'ommittec ,

RobsonS'foACT I appointed chairmen were also Open A

II A rummage sale is planned for
the second Saturday in March.
I There I will be two work nights for '
club members to get the items SAVINGSACCOUNT f '
ready for the sale .. ..

Another rummage pick-up has r
1s6 been planned for the near future:
further announcement will be
made later

President Rmcs pointed out that
all luncheon meetings will start
K S' promptly at 12:15 pm, and end r
promptly at 1 1:15.: The directors'
meetings first Tuesday of each
month., will begin at 8 and end by At FirstNational

The officers in attendance were:
Bruce Franklin David l Gale Warren /
Goode Reece Hataway Paul
Hclstl. Secretory Jack Norru. Maiolm Bank
,,'war ........... -' Rogers l'il11erPowen: Jack
Robinson and Vice President Myrl
Williams, r
JAYtORrASHUV Refreshments were served with
the compliments of President Rmcs SUA
And Save

Hartford's Family Auto Insurance Knocks DounTelephone "

will provide you with broad 0// MaMMIMMI
protection at substantial savings Pole /r sea,
if you have a good driving I
Lonnie Fields"
twenty-two, hit a .
record. And with the Hart thirty-foot telephone pole with his Regularly'
ford name on your policy there car at the entrance of Robinson t1'-
need be no doubt about the Grove on Route 76, just before
quality of your insurance. noon Friday!

Call our office now to see if Fields completely destroyed Ihepole l > f
and tore down the telephone ,
qualify for savings on the -"
you .
\lines in that area '
finest auto insurance you can
According to Floyd McAllister
buy! of the Martin County Sheriffs

Department, the investigating of- in
s ricer the road was wet and caused
1 1 rI Field to .ki
Fields!, formerly employed by I NATIONAL BANK
Hmule Maid! as a tractor driver, I '
was charged with driving without

I a license.According. to the Indiantown 'I, IRST OF STUART

Telephone System damage to their

pole Ulan and$100.line amounted lo more AMPLE FREE PARKING your Full! Service Bank Serving Martin County for Over: 30 years .WITH TRUST POWERS .r.;

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"SUPER.RHJHr SHORT SHANK --- FULLY' COOKED -'I 1 I ;?:'B..!fllF STl'4JBT (m..S) Thuriday Januan 1.:. 'ivMtatY

whole or 'PALM- CITY NEWS .1 I IMRS.

HAMS shank half 49 ANITA WHIFE, Correspondent 287SSW

12 to 16-1 Ih
a1 era ;c J 1
only brother of the late M(

LB . Palm City Draw B Ciirard. arrived Mond;,
H to make funeral arm II I',
"PER.RICJllT"! I IE.\VVIvSThRN BEEF CALIFORNIA Held Up Traffic; and look after other tannhMrs.

Bandy arrived 1 u. 10''
Semi- I Stuck Too husband on Monday and Ih.
I Barge staying in the Girard horn "
C corner of Cornell and l s
ROAST Boneless 69 I Palm ('itv bridge became stuck !Streets.
it 1 12: :25 p.m. Monday in the open
< s. I position Traffic was line until SURPRISE BIRIIIDXV l 1'\1(1\I lOn

.. ._< LB up I 12(1( Palmetto p.m Ors'Street were past Reilley back Saturday friends night descent I.nthirtyseven I .!1 ,

Avenue. all waiting to get across :the home of Mr and Mr: i .:
MEDIUM QUICK FROZEN S I L B BOX the rivir Several took the long. H Moschcll. Sixth Street ",
RoaJA !
Special! Jane Parker I way into Stuart via Loop ing Mrs. Moschcll and h"" .
SUite Road Department elee.Iricilln her on her birthday
PUMPKINPIES ; was called from Fort Pierce It was an old fashioned I IlIether.
and repaired wiring. opening the Three home-maid ',
$3'95p I
M' 79 i I spin for traffic. were brought by guests
I C I A large I h"irgc became stuck on
lb. 1.1 i sand,, bar that has built up in DINNFR1O: BF linn I 11|
ihe river caused by spoil from St. CONGREGATION
i I.ucie Canal. The barge wa stuck rilURCII
from 4 p.m. Sunday until 10 a.m.
f I MnJlv. A_ham dinner will, be h,1,1, Ii,
JL/z llJS. 3 9c I 'IS PRFMIUM All MF\f the Congregational (hureh I hat
.. each Seafood FeaturesCIMCTc" BACONSWII by ,Ihe pki'tll i IIOIY LAND PICTURES 5 p.m.
39 C will ,,,
> SILL M: SHOWN There he one table of ''I| I '
I\I\CKERfI Futures of the Holy Land will made by the women of the i I.I
(1 lOin: BGtF'' ROUND: O>: AR\I! I low ship and one table ol I h""k "
he shown ut the Palm Cily BaptistChipil

m KING HSU IRISH: CAUGHT,Ih. 49c 2ib.pkg.89c ROAST Ile 69,C I .m. Friday on Ninth Jan. 24.Street at 710p : Circle.goods hiked by the Ann I "

Nfrs H. J. Greene who for thepu" This n an early date 'or i II P,.
39 (COPHANI SUriRRIGIII' orlllRMtN !,o.(.) \ | 'several has made annual spring dinner bcciih' I .'.I"
Special! Jane Parker L Ib A'US' 5 i $39 J p! to the Holy I and years. will narrate trips the and Taster' fall so early in ihiTickets \,
FRANKS two-hour slide show Refreshmentswill can be purchased i I
OUAR'IFR i calling AT 7.1907 287( .<; -
IRrSII RO/t\. C.RtDr A be served The event is public. or s

PORK LOIN ,,b.59c 4nfice I :: pkg.49c,; Hen TurkeysI0"b39c' !M IR HR.AND:"ELI I MRS, SUPPER BOST FOR PERSONALS: :\ ,

CHPOTAITpO Mr. and Mrs. Miner Bush ( 'I
EXTRA SPECIAL: WHITE HOUSE A covered dish supper as a m ton, Ky., and Mr. and Mr.l ,
hon voyage for Dr. and Mrs Krebs and son, Charles H.. b ,
LVfluid (dcorge (k'ht.ho left for Jamaica Sound were dinner guests oi' I n h,,
( FVAP I J J.1I1. I IA. was held at the civic ccntcr Clarence titles on loop 1 K..""I I
g-0a.? :49c: MILK 61 ounce 77(' on Tucsdiy night Jan 14. Sunday Mr. and Mrs Donald 1 K.".

t lb cans I 7glmcki Mrs( Fd were Miller hostesses and Mrs.The Andy ta-1 ernoon Ammerman callers.and Connie wire n

AMERICAN BEAUTY PINTO : hex were attractively decorated Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick ..
Cherry Valley Ohio are spend I ;
1 The Civic Organization presented several weeks at the home nt i h"".
I Dr. Dost with a travel clock .
Mb. Myrlen Me id
: and Mrs. Dost with an orchid cor-
r 6
: .y; cans 69c. sigc Mr and Mrs George \l11llh\
; : Forty members" friends and Miami, were visitors at the h" Ill.
SANTA CLARA .t i I neighbors attended. of Mrs, Anita While last 1 Thi r,
\ A Mrs Ruth Blackburn vice president day.
: I of Palm City Civic Organization
t FRESH GREENCABBAGE 1UIlt i IM/ultt will preside while Dr. Bostis Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Burr. Mr
\! -% I away. and Mrs. Mark Baker and Mr .mil I
JUICEt'9 a SAID Mrs. Gay Jerome were recent d'n.I'
', : \ i 50 Extra CIRCLE MfFIS AT ner guests at the home of Mr
'. 4 : !! STAMPS !!! CIIRISIMXN HOME: Peter Koch:in in Jensen Be.,,.h
ti1. \ / I' With Ih''. Coupoo .n4 purchu. of, : I The dinner was for her aunt MrVaqColdsnow .
NI The Anna I Laura Circle of the .
\ \ : Schick Detroit Mich \\h.
Sluinlcss Steel
2 9C Injector
qt hot lb c / ii t R\/OR ii! Bible i I Union Congregational is a house guest
\ / .. pkitH $ UO ... Church met at the home of Mrs.
: r BI.AUf-' of : E. B. Chnstman. Pelican Cove on Murphy Road j is being resur'' .
,. '-" | "'""111''" "'M'" Ihru J,., :i%. Nh., I.;. MJ: Wednesday. Jm 15 There were faced. The east line is reurt.,1. ,I
.. ..
,.... ... .. .. ... CRISP GOLDEN[ .. .
: -.", .. ten members .1 i n d three visitors I up to the road leading into M'
I .-.- ; [??.[.."..1.-A .?:..ijMAID : present Harris' Florida School The\ ,ae,:
, ? CARROTS2ibbael f ci I The business meeting was conducted also working on the section al t
: t1/iota l= 1 ,famlkdl I by the chairman: Mrs Joyce Fourth Street between Feroe ,n"I
fo I Robertson. Mrs. Barbara Ko/Uka McCord that was unpaved(
V ., \'" 3! president of the Women Fellowship Mr and Mrs. M 'rlen MMr ,d\
I' >
Ilealth & Aid 9 5 STAMPS Mi .was_speaker.. She. gave a report un.l ken f.,1.; WIIh.; ,.?. .."..,I
Jkauty I i"IM!! ...! I hv Dr. Benjamin Spock en- Mr: and i Mrs; : Frederick;: "Stead' :a;;:
FeatureASPIRIN t With thin. Coupon and mirchu ol : I lulled "Our Policies Shape The tended the Hunter-McMillion wed
FRESH }FLORIDA RED! RIPE I I**. Sthlik! Stain Moil/ Uhl. tdlle: H: Next' (Generation" She also told dig in Hobe Sound Saturday
YORK > i RV/OK tin rules for worship and Lenten
!t.- BLADES ,ft79c|( ,j abstention She told ahput I h $ Youth Fellowship will have Mr'
women of the church collecting H. J. Greene show pictures of the '
I I I jH IIIIIIMUI a..d i / cancelled stamps and how they Holy Land Sunday Ian 26, at the
STRAWBERRIES aril! INS IM'q':.:= : .. : i ir. are sent to a clearing house in New Congregational 1 Chureh___

......-------- _____________._ York. Monies received for this arc
:IUIUUU'IU: : used to purchase powdered milk Your
i for underprivileged children.

100 ctut. 1 9 C :: $ Iii j. 50 Extra, PIAID -!,j The the church next meeting Mrs Charlene will be heldat Mine First National

3 pint baskets 1 00 _I... STAMPS $ii-;I!, Lane ir will program be! hostess leader and Mrs Julia

.L :M WIth( C<">P> .<4 purch.. of : Bank
:1.. Jane Parker Light Tender Cake ..: COUNTY COUNCIL OF
FIRM RED RIPE je; 1NGFL' ni'> i- ". yin- CHLRCII "0111MEETS:: /
FOOD I ;ring .1; The Martin County Council of SpeaksI
;, ..... ... ... d .Ira J.a.15: Mum.' I.ra .: Church Women will meet at the
Stock-Up Time!TOMATOES lb. 19 t :.sr; sy..r: Methodist Church in Stuart for
c >satxt: j the annuil meeting at 10 am, AM( THRIFT and thriftiness

'riii.....,.H--iii: .;.-B---------1. Friday. J..in. 24 Coffee hour is at has always been considered a virtue -
I 9:10: )!_.a:mvcew ,,____ ,.. L. __ Without me what would

79c Sale-I Nestles Milk Chocolate, Almond or Crunch lij 25&bG .J len year Me will ill inuee-M be. instilled lor by me Mrs coming Myr- "rainy happen day"when appears that over proverbial the horizon

STAMPS ??? Thrift lays the found
BARS I M With lhl Cup.nd purchu ol jk MISS JVNII-: BROWN lion upon which future plans are
CANDY .4 Parker Cracked HI ClLFBRtFLS: BIRriUMY built and Thrift makes m mv
: A&P APPLE SAUCE. pkg. of 10 3 9 c I=I H Will [ Mb. Ol ffi< Miss Jjme Brown celebrated her dreams come true Thrift .
3 '. .
\ louf lC 13 sixteenth birthday on Jan. 12, once begun becomes n habit
A&P GOLDEN CORN S """" """ '. *"* *" > '-" jRjHoz. at the home of her parents Mr after awhile And. as evcrv-
Sultana PorK & Beans or Iona Baby Lima : : and Mrs D. P. Bozone on Fourteenth body knows once a habit is
Street. firmly established it is hard to
A&P SAUERKRAUT 1ii i Dancing to a live band was en- break So, in the case of
BEANSAnn 1-lb. \i1 )toyed by the honoree and guests.Refreshments Thriftiness, (unlike some other
can 1 Oc were servedPresent habits) it is good that this
mix 'emor were: Roslyn Corlcy
Isso .
1.Ib. 18 25 STAMPS Buddy Martin Donna Snyder
6 9
7 Hi
C ; Donna and Diana Yates Alice and I AM THRIFT and when I
match 'em cans Page Our FinestKETCHUP Win thU Coupon ..J purcfcu. ol Don Hough D.ihney Bozone Mrs am teamed with Credit Im
!,_ Mn. Sinilhi Frozen : Frank. Burney. Mr. and Mrs Ben a combination that can do wonderful

A&P Yellow Cling Pouches or Sulliuw I... APPLE; J6-o, 59c 10.1: Teppc Brown.Anthony Danny and Eddie things for you But please
TUUS' pkR.I ; remember Thriftiness does not
Whole I Green Beans 4 rant 1-lh. 79c 2 btls. 37c I!! .....!>"" K.H'dl.r.J..211. HI. i-js: :! HFRF TO ARRANGE: / [mean stringiness It merely
: SI-R\ICr! OJ SISTERR means being careful with the pen
,11I1UIIR:0I.:2:1:1: ..1.. I ..:. .
Ib. Gold Medal "Ch ------ ---- :.1 Y Bandy, Bartle ville. Okla. nies so that the dollars will
dC 5JU1C <>y s-oz. take care of themselves Thrift
pkg.Mueller1 FIXUR SOY SAUCE 19C Your dreams
bottle come true
\) with means living withinan
For CatsKITTY 6-0,. Birdsrje Frozen O $-oa. I uC'hoy 1.Ib. ... \ comfortably
SALMON: / 4 CUM 49 POTATO PUFFS pkp. 45 C BEAN SPROUTS 17c /; N: PLAID STAMPS [ income and saving what re
Gold King Frozen B-ot. ULLO IjiC can ,plains even if its small .
00P hoy
ONION RINGS pk|{. Oil1GIXA1IV:\ 4pkgs. 43 C UIOW lltlN NOODI.IS 3-01.nn 17C Ink 'fAr AnANTIC I "cWoe 1FA CCwtpAMeK I J AM THRIFT And when you

Morton'f FrozenMACARONI B-oz. OOMaxwell I low* Instant Coffee $1 La('hoy CHOP StFY J-lh. 1 II I think of saving I hope you'II
& CHFF.SF pkg ( Maker & I0-oo:. jar of COFFTFIGITABLKS: : fan 33c S 4 I think of your First National Bank
Sunshine Chocuhile 7''. of Stuart .
/ -oz UChny S-oz. Bright Sail : We insure your sav
CHIP COOKIES pkg. 27 C CHOW MEIN NOODLES can 29 C LAUNDRY BI.EACH guy R 39 C I yl 1 4 ings through the Federal Govern-
4 !pent up to $10000 for each ac
FIXrDRiNK:; .M>U\R 25th. ,(ntrgrity is so well known many

PUNCH I Reynolds; Wrap I BABY FOOD 2L? South Federal nfeiway Whaf the nicest complimentofiH people hat amount have entrusted to us for many safe keeping time

46 oa-37c 12-oz. 29C reg 33c jar, Stuart Phone 287-0654 But we like those small,
8 89c
can pkg. pkg. tdlr Open 'til 9 iccouna too They have a,
p.m. Friday obi iC 04| gnawing Many of quo
ICSVI.F.: i"t ones'noy started: very
AJAX LAUNDRY DETERGENT TOMATOES HUNTS Hunt') p1\WC8tIJ\ ,'. not too many yean
I Woodbury Soap I I Tomato Paste| Tomato Sauce2ST3SV ..,1t.' ?.. It prove that t )journey

5c OFF LABEL | OFF LAKEL regular. IS-oj. .., ( :begins witlj\
IMp psdIap'............ ..- 28cflOc| package 1 ..".-.... 69c 4 ban 32? tars 21 ? 2 pit 27 C W'miln' .

. .. ., I C'1It1rtl', tuna" 110 tsllQ
h .. -.. -.. -. -. 'Yale WYM ottort: .ttwt.
-lr. )
a' ?Nr tvlYal

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., fhe TRJf( IS;;.OUR PRICES ARE LOW, /" ,

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,- H.-- \<'- ')tl", ,; ':' SHOP AT KWIK CHEK IV.> fI-- r7 1
/' ", \ I & YOU'LL SOON FIND OUT! it t'

r..., Limit 3 Pie"I,1<' With $5 Order or Mora BOSCH.' B lD"lAN Limit Two 6 Pock With
Your $5 Order or More
i I I'PS
Astor >, BEER
$ A ClLb.
12-Ox. Con
LW1Coffee 3
COPYRIGHT a 1 lUIV11 g171 RIn IRtu'14 SIX
1962WINN X00 qS Quantity Newl Easy Mp1HL !I1 IUA7
DIXII STOP Right Res Open Cant Tins PAC IC ,,';f
Prices Good Thru Sot., Jon 25 \
CRACKIN' GOOD Snack 'rzrrlt

ASTOR l ) Limit 10 Com Plea,. ,

THRIFTY MAID kl 1 Tall Con
i All Purpose 4
I """
Froten Fresh U.S.DA Grade "A""COMPLETELY

E (CUT-UP" 9 c Oft I MILK 10 CnEr

READY. 46.0 C
t. Gross Jar 99 T I U N A CHUNK STYLE CAN**'2 J s





Rath Blackhawk Pinky Pig' Palm River DRESSING
4'-OZ. 3
1.Lb. 1-Lb.Pkg.: 49c 1Lb.Pkg.: ,1 j 45c CAN CANS
59c 2Lb. 2Lb. FARLEY Ant. 24.01. Cello Beg '
Pkg. Pkg.: 97c Pkg.; I 89c Quart
D I RR' S GOLD SEAL 1.Ibe Pkg. 49c Jar ;>> PKGS.
B&B 100-Ct Pkg Malted
W-D Brand Govt. Graded u.s. Choice Beef ..
$ 29 PKGS.
Cross Rib Brisket Shoulder BEEF 39c
Ground Beef Port-Sherry-Muscatel 'l W.
BOMBS ROAST 79 2Lb. Pkg. 79c
Western Corn-Fed Pork i Sole! LB. S.Lb. Pkg. '1 1" W I N E S SPINACH c- 4 ,49

FRESH. HAMS "WHOLI OR **. ,.. 49.; QuartU.SDA 3/4 99
Choiie Grade Iamb '
LUX SOAP Ass!Colors,

SHOULDER! CHOPS lb. 49C 3 Reg Ban 3c] 2 Bath Bar 29 ','


New Crop 99DELIGHT *
/ ORANGE Big $ Halve or PieeeiWASHINGTON LB. >

i B R DE D II yT 3 12-or.Cant: i $-a$ STAMPST I
Red Delicious 41 wialw. A..a wnuraa.xq, wuAn.r. w.aAYIus
APPLES I a a.PH. .. uI ,., i. r.A le. rA/ ,
Ya.n.r 1. 71 Y.II.P l.w.71 Yd1.t. J.n 7{
S ora jj CAKES Each N.C.urq N.NANIUr/huP.nN.urur c N.NeUal/Gq.a
II 6 -oo, 5Qc '
CH0ER Esr": 12Vi.O,.

Vine Ripe LB-
MORTON'S Chicken I Beef Turkey % I




t'1 Giant 64c' Giant 69c I j-Lb. 79C I 20-Oz.: I 22-Oz. ZCc I SOAP It I 15-0r.: 39c I !4'/2-Or.' 49c
Pkg. __ Pkg. _Pkg Size .Size-\JU.._.. White or Corar' -Size- Pkg.

I I I I 12 I i (Detergent Tablets) I Detergent With Goblet "

Giant! -_ SIc &: 79C Giant Sm._.7Qe__7.. .22-Oi.SiiO i 65.e Size .75.c .2 Both Bars 33'. 40-Osr 69c King Size: ___$l L 354t _.

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1 ALL FLORIDA WEEK A T KI RED'S' Kindred's k: Supermarket and, Colorado Gold Avenue.Bond. Stuart invite Mac's'you Market to, Orange Avenue, Ft. Pierce

I \ .:,.. F}f .... .

We Are Proud of Florida and Its Products, Its Food Companies and Its Allied Industries That Are Helping i iJFIorida's' Growth and '

SUPERMARKET Progress, So for the Second Year We Are Offering Special Reduced Prices on These ALL FLORIDA PRODlTS (jjrand)\ 9p nlngY

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WHAT IS KINDRED'S. { 'f CelebratIon

Kindred's' ,was designed to serve you. That is )( ;( S. Choice Western La v-Aged ''..... .

find the very best quality, name brands foods '! ..t.of

prices possible. Also offering you such your new GOLD BOND Gift Center

I vice, Free Parking, Checks Cashed Free, and ... 986 S. Federal
} t: Highway Y

(S8S) U. S.. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY c. / fro: 12 FREE I-1 -1 -1 PRIZES!{: !' OFFERS YOU THE, CREATED t SELECTION OF GIFTS! See' for,yournelf ,
I Lb. Y f the hundrtvli. mid luiu'li'tvl'\('\ of itmnrt\ gift ideiiH for you your
B k c r home, your f f.l11IIy.tnd\ / allllft!\:$\ giving\' OCCal4ll1."I1. You cnn take your\! |t
a erg .f choice frlnliwolldl'rworld\ll\l1'oI.lNnj\melllf'() \ (\ \ ' Shoulder BONE5 9 I COME IN AND REGISTER :fluent mninifncturers/\ \ /mull (f1r'(l* Kwliik{ ", (,JenonJ.\ Electric, Sanwonite/
It. '//f.: \ YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER I and many mnnv otliem
,'\"I",: : : I Make your sc-lwtion(- '(' from Hiin .
.. J .. f..., ) 1. Every'. famous gift illustrated on Urn will be K given' }o'REF. the nioHt wanted. gifU f (Ain) 20
... I. during g our (Grand. Opening Celebration!rll lou need' not i he> present foreign') (countrien in I the' Vw\ (<.old<1
to .
Special GRADE A FROZEN SILVER EAGLE ,I .' 1; win. You'll' treasure theV., t'oimtUful
h luxurious imporU) that >(uu) get
HEN C CBal.'ed i\d\l\\1 ,: O >: ... Drawing Held Saturday, Feb.' 1 al4-4 p.m. exchiHively Royal' Don' I for ton Gold from d Bond I KnglaiM St/typ v).'rich*. -
\\ 'tl"" V 1m heavy Belgium CryHtal. ,Nittle"""
\ '
\ t llaviland lamngoa!: from f'tllf1re.
: \ HELP US CELEBRATE! We want to meet you<> and prrnonally){' Italian\ arts. andcrafts..ijAl.-ek.. ..
Fresh Daily ,,, n .t\ ).* ;;:. show you your now (lift Center' We think vou'l' agree it's' the mOilSarna\ '! .
CARRIAGE CLUBSLICED j)' ",;;,:' '. pleaxant, congenial place< you've' ever r visiled., If you live' 20 miles And l I'Ht>(' of all. you get ((1(11111101"1< | r .. ._ .
/i";/ Miami C ; ,; ; or more away, we suggest you nhop, > the,beautiful){ \ Gold Bond.(liftCatalog (;iifU fimter INHIIUHO'' IPHH' 111./11"1/ |*(, IcHIt i iwuer.s -= ..- '
U. S. Choice Western ', and use our :: ffl 1" ; \. gifts are promptly shipped> directly to your home 1'HEl'AID' >! UlQi1VCl lllc.arellcoucd..t. : ))11.AHJ S ____
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CHEESE Lazy-Aged j { :. : ,f... jd, r4. f.. ".

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C I ; :'\ J',' .I : Toasts 2 (licet of bread iusl' the roasting and baking White nanml (Com,pi.li ..will, ,i'over.., (,011110', WEUINGHOUSE STEAM.I DRY' IROKI "
\ f' j: way you like, it1'Pops them up null witli chrome trim Easy to ,M"istci 'Hietmoslntlh". ,inn I 11lumplatcly I ull t anile 01|lettmgs Holds802'8 (
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; ; TIllS SYMBOL THREE bedroom partly furnished OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. wa I RIVERfRONT Home. 1 BR.. 2
." house. Close to new high I We have parts for aU MUSICAL lots Huh and I halhs I urge Florida room $11 I..
; : MEANS Til VTRFADFRS school! Boat has n. Season or yearly popular makes Can leSt your MI il saM:: ntat $35 a foot ll: (K.IKI) ) Dick Ashley Realtor. Tel. 1964 AT 7.234
Reasonable rent. Ailiihs only. and condnnser Ulmer Motor. Dial Lowest Prices in Florida '. tf ((90)) I :287.:2440! ( I 1.23 ((90)( ) r mil
PAY TO READ AT 7-3J55 Your Dodge ----
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1968 Stuart. tf (HM) Dealer. tf ((63)) GUITARS DRUMS %il.. High wooded lot. 100 FOR Sale: CBS Duplex furnished Mobile .
ORGANS First. Nationil """
blocks from -
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THREE room and hath watcrfron AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, '. Joe Penrod, Box 242. Stu Bmk Terms Phone AT 7. At Popular For Sale Miscellaneous: 178CASA

fwtrl tfut apartment )Pool ind dock prlvilcges I Complete Sales, Service, Parti EASY TERMS AT 73661. 1-30 ((90)) 5149.!.: < evenings tfJ90( )) ,..
Good selection of Vied
Adults only "Pirate C ove, dependable .
.. Port Salerno tf(35)( ) Motori Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic. MORITZ PIANO CO. New CBS, large 2 bedrooms LARGE hihldmg lots close to Inlet SPFCIU
DIAL CASA RIO BOAT A 112 No 5lh Street! 2 baths, with central Paved streets Private dock. FOR SALE _w ... is'
MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt 707 Ft. Fierce Fla, Ph Reisonuhle' Owner Write Box X. ...
THREE room (cotnte I In Rio Formica kitchen with oven I 10x50 2 BFDROOM '
ATlantic 7-1550] Clean comfortable and private in Rio, AT 7-0944) tf ((63)) tf ( ) range. White tcrru/7o, awning c/o 49.Stuart News Phone AT( 7) 1960 MODEL: W ur",7:
Call AT 7.1762:!. I 1.23 ((35)) -- I insulated ceilings! 2 coils 2 ..JQ90'BY
FOR SALE: Complete I line I of USED Mosler Sife, 2 ----
To Mace Your FAST SPILING- furnisher! bedroom Marine Supplies, Marble Paints, meat, 24x42.inch. plaster Large carport and ulil Owner: CBS Home, nearly I
NICELY house in Rio Adult only. Yearly i Marine Hardware-everything far priced. Call today AT 7-0654) I : new. I
:I LOW COST WANT AD more extrn Price $12500 2 lots in Palm City. Telephone
$65 month Call AT 7- your boat. WIUUcar Boat Works. I.23 ( ) Sandy's h overstocked on I BOAT MOTOR SALES Inc.
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9i1EXTRA(} f J ) Port Sewall tf ((63)(I ) :.n eJeo I block griss south I of 287-2862 ___ !2) '63 model I Trawl Trailers I 140 Roul. 707 RI. AT ,._

CUTEST, t tiny Toy : Arch on Myrtle Ave Je-n INCOME I Properly for sille. Sacn I sell ftr trade at any fair If (11)
: NEWS WANT ADS large furnished ap irtmcnt, fUR Sale 26ft Chris Craft puppies.. Registered' Eight n. I 1.2J] ((90)) 'I lice In the hearl of Stuart ------- ------ _.
RATE Five lower floor. accommodate 4.J, Crui'oCr. Outriggers autom itic old Adorable to sec them Across from school! One duplex, IP OR BOTH.Ft> G
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.. per inscr people. One furnished single ef. bilge rump galley, head Sleeps love them. Call 2871309. '. ( ) 3 BR in St Lucie both rented One two bedroom HORSESHOEGUN !
-ton ord,$100 minimum for charge!: per twent ficiency, second floor Dorothy four Loaded with nnny other. __ "''II"!>. :III Estates! Large dining and liv. house One cottage rented' Plenty
( up( to y extra *I6)0/ () ). Phone AT 7 3252 :: :
Apartments, 211 I (Colorado 2874H37 area, CBS, completely furnish of room to build in the front Will SHOP
'CAPITAL avenge wordh LETTERS) Words, except in ALL firs I 1.23 ((15)) lifter 1.:10( p.m. tf ((63)) Wanted la Buy (Mho) including air cond t on ng. city sell all or will split t and sell duplcx Will Buy, Sell, Tracie
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separately or line of Guns and
word, count at two word each FOR Rent: 4.room cottage, atlrac FAST Fibreglas i I Thunderbird M Nelson, Complete
WANT the best price for payment P. scparilJy. 150x80) deep Phone Used Trailer. Ammunition and Accessories
White space above or below or lively furnished, clem $50. (Whaler type hull) with 35 h.pEvmruile car? Call Ralph Bates at 325 E. Ocean Blvd 287( Ii owner :2S7! -5)5S() I 1-23 ((90))
within ad will be charged as the ghwjy 76 at Turnpike. Call AT Trailer. A boat-load of 1214 Merkle Motors, Inc tf ( ) I 1.23 ((90)) -- -- t A M. S.SO P.M. M.n.S.n..
:number of words) (five) that could 73 170. I 1.23:! ((35)) extras B mini lop and windshield SAC'RIFKT ( ) COME: OUT AND .
be printed in the blink line, or ; : $695. 287-0169! ) I.23: ((631,.) III 14 LII:$ ,'!i''. 414 acre on river cast of Slu j jll\! off l------1 "SVNDY" OR lON 14PM aaavCIo.'a
25 cents per line. FOR Rent: One I bedroom house, -- -- --- Real Rotate For Sale art Fruit trees, shruhs dot.k: to St. I.ucies! Ocean inlet BEST ThuncUy 12 None

"Display completely furnished. First i 24' WLl\ I equipped Sea Skiff. Cost I t.! J A: Ashley, Realtor Tel. 287 oriFR Mr Perry I 1121 N.E. For The Best Deal In 404.0244
Classified" rates on house on right Orange Ave.. Rio. over $7.000) ) ) new. 1.ess than one GRACIOUS NEW W I 1.23 ((90)< ) !, 24th., St.. Pompano: Bench FhI I (oiinly U.S. I ono mil. No ol Port St. Lucl.
application For couple only. Mrs Vanden year old" Very Reasonable Telephone I 1.23 ((90)) TP (UTS)
These cash rates. for ad 461-7295. Fort Pierce FRONT home in bedroom wilh Fla. room
are I 1-23 (35)
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'lwnlloht nr mnilprl! trt Thm StiinrNewi ____! -- I.23 ((63)) TERRACE An unusually and double carportc CBS home. FIVE acres in Jensen Bench Call
'with;; payment' ; :- f'you -are' a BEDROOM.Kitchen Apurtment -- ---- -- -. nome witn many luxury ;::: I IJIJ) square feet of living space I AT 7.1298:! 2.6 ((90). ). SANDY'STRAILER '"' -..
IlBbRdLAS Boat 2 years old. Beautifully landscaped m rights to St I.ucie River --- ------ -
Stuart News mail subscriber or are Adult only. $50 month. 287 & STORAGE 184
listed In Excellent condition (Fltclwmg) lot with sea.wall and pier. I 95 ft. lot Was $11.500. now re JENSEN Beach 2 bedroom CBS.
the Stuart telephone directory 2902. If ((35)
ad tele ) length, 178, Be mil 82". 30( h.p. $37,500. Call R. H Lear to $11,BOO( ). Will arrange fi- Ceramic kitchen and buth Terrazzo PARK & 1mN __ __ > .- _
-phon.you. Dial tan ATlantic place your 7.1350 by and .__ __J0_.t u r. Flectric starter Evmrudc motor. AT 7-0635. tf ( ) Hoyt C. Murphy, Realtor floors. l Deep( open point well. 287-5788
: FOR RENT OR SALE 38 Windshield lop( etc $H95. Site it AlA Jensen Beach. AT 73340. large lot. Call AT 7-0573)

.aay I want to place a want-ad. .!........... .. lit Pirates Cove, Port Silcrno IN Bahama c1e quality I 23: ((90)) I 30 ((90)) 1 Mile N. of Stuart, on U ) I Iit
Owner, A. Enckson' I 1.2) ((63)) t renient home I
HOUSE four bedrooms, three --.._- --.------- bath CBS, large carpeted ocean front buy 600( ) oceanfront SACRIFICE for quick sale beau-
Give your mail address at baths Swimming pool. On river fOR Site: 20 foot Cruisealong room. Bu It.In Formica between the hriJgci in. tifil I 117 I waterfront lot over ..
: well as your telephone number Phone AT 7. 4133 day or AT boat. with cabin head, hunks, largo inside utility room. !! 1200' of AlA I frontage and 200() deep. 10 minutes from down 17 I n I
.. in your want.ad. The Stuart 7 3025 evenings tf ((38)) jilley fresh wuter link and monel by 1 12 screened porch. All itcly I 1MX( ) or! the Indian town Stuart Contact Owner BnM Service Offered, Misc. Moving and StorageGOIN

News has hundreds of AoA gas link Fihcrgissed! bottom, beautifully landscaped corner Total depth of tract approx. c/o Stuart News 1.30 ((90)( ) ..,..... L .,.....'" WEST?
out-of-state subscribers who decks and top 45 1'1.1' dray motor Must be seen to appreciate. IMK) Ocean front zoned
HELP WANTED 43 FURNISHED two story six) rooms Part loaded van, bave space for
arc your best possible prospects Many! special features Cull Col Information or appointment commercial, hotels and mo JOHN'S
for real estate sales and DIll lJ.L4 ,... Brooks at 287-3054. I 1.23 ((63)) AT 7-3359 tf ( ) \, and other side for duplex and two baths Plus two sleepingrooms average size home furnishings
with bath and (11)I
rentals, bouts, help wanted, BREAKFAST cook. $$0 for ai)(- -. I III. Hlllal r 'IIi1I itlentilll. Buy KM)' or more at Each pnv Convenient ile to BODY fall AT 7-0878) ,

gardening, trailers, and tervRF.CLLAR day week to (tart. All benefits 'TRAILERS A SERVICES 60I045 / ATTRACTIVE NEW 2 $245 per foot us measured all private Stuart entrance shopp ng. $9,000). Terms Complete Bodywork It Fagen, Transfer and Storage
Ices. home Central belt, the ocean. M P. Nelson, 500 Flakier Arena
and vacation ALSO: Waitresses Quality Work
A. Lawrence, Rt I I. Box 4HA,
kitchen. Choice BAHAMA i 125 E. Ocean Blvd 287 tr (1S4))
wanted $30( week and tips Must
Stuart, Flu 2875199. I 1.2) ((90)) AT 7-3584 Monterey
have tran.portatiolAnswer in TRAVAI.o, 2 bedroom RACe location A good I.21. ((90).)) tf ( ) -----
mobile home for sale Excellent $14500 R H. Lear, Owner, ------ IL JJ I
; CLASSIFICATIONS person, Poor Bob', Jensen Beach. Sale 1 bedroom home _,
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tf ( condition, completely furnished 7-0635) tf ( ) REAL ESTATE WANTED 96RESPONSIBLE
100) refer to display J43)) for retirement at Pine Ave. and' REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
(Numben over CaN before 3pm,'287.1433. tf(68)( )
_._ .. Court in Jensen Beach. Will LJ.-4 ___
classified ads, which!: appear' BEAUTICIAN wanted for y e around r -- 28 lotIn Block I, I I Announcing
after the end of the smaller ads, in work. Call in ptrson! 35fT. Spartan aluminum house Subdivision lots of large I ,mce or will rent to reliable party desires I I

numerical order. Be sure to look Salon of Beauty, or lelcphoi 2S7Wfi trailer. A.I I condillon.t $2500), trees. lots 25x IOU.( $185 per See or call AT 744JS( bedroom and bath house on cl HOME \ .?, I RIVERFRONT BARGAIN
In both places) If ((41)) with good/ terms. I Del Mar Realty L.S.T.. P. O Box 395, Cape I '1.23 ((90)) bow.ro>m sue lot with good! terms LOHFSF
--- ---- ---- Hone Sound 546.5295. I 1.23 ((68)) FU 33'>04) 3.19 ( ) ----- -- of t I/I down and) total price betwecr PRICES }: ISO It. lot 1211.371COCOANUT
Secliont.cq. 10x150( ,
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,FOR RFNT JS-135 APPRENTICE to learn country NtW Moon Trailer, 10x45 Two $89500() Dick Ashley, Realtor $ .OOIJ) ) ) and $7 500 Particu KItchen remodeled, OrlvC' I PARK

FOR RENT OR SUE 38-138 only printer i to Wendell trade.. Orr Apply. Supl by. Stu letter::I irl a bedrooms I completely furnished FOR room Sile. I Hi by bath Owner home.: Three E !e!:. 2 (7.2440. .1.2J.I ((90)) I lam 911 to Sunn Charles Townsend. I 1.3:. ((96)Box) Ualks, Parfovf>.' icmB: -(( ....OwMr-WPBCXCH>, S44.OST*

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tike Waterfront locitionOeei Or BROKER 0MORTGAGES
If 1
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 new. locition. Corner lot land - --- -- your )
News, P. O BeX 1047, Sluirt on now four-luned U. S. No. Screens, Garages Carports
HELP WANTED 43-143 I 1.2) ((43)) un Urec/e Trailer Park Mar. Two air-conditioner. '. ( I 5oo) )' depth Near Silcrno The first chemical ever else want done, .
process thing
C. Anderson I 1.30 yOU
;Fmplovment Wanted 48-148Biwlneii _tin _.. -. -- -- -- ((68)-.-) floors in Florida room All of Salerno Road only discovered by man probably was
Opportunities, 50-15C WHITE, Protestant' tasty to care FOR Sale or will Trade for Equity tric kitchen AT 7-0877)!! _I 10(90)a( ( ) .50 per front foot for quick healing wood to convert it into lIons or repairs. .
for children I n First Baptist M P Nelson, 325 All work
LOST & FOUND 53-153 in 3 bedroom! home Mobile REASONABLY priced small Realtor carbon or chircoal Charcoal fuel guaranteed
:SCHOOLS Church of Stuart nursery Forhours home 1962 Ritz Crift, 55x10, bedroom Rouse. Carportc Ocean Blvd. 287-3566. I 23(90)( ) burning without flume or smoke Dial 287-4613! or 287! .!!
54-154 and informal, call 287 3 bedrooms, 1 Mi bilhs, 10x16, -- has twice the
: : ity room, 2 screened porches heating power 25 YEAR TERMNEW
SPECHL: NOTICES 55-155USFD 88)), I 1.23143)FULL ( i) hnda( room, all windows with pletely furnished, newly \ I sale Carporte. 3 rooms Riparian and bath rights, for! wood! free plans and estimates.. AND EXISTING

CARS 58-158 aluminum awnings! Completely ed. Suitable for retired couple -
condition Reisonuhle' iiJii ii r l- __ "Better Building by IIOMFS
furnished, lot with fruit trees. .
:NEW CARS 60-150 OK PART TIME on still drive. Information call Carney 461 North Indian
''BOATS & SERVirrS 63-163 Ailomatic/ washer and two refrlgcrilors 70812nlc; Route I, Box ivcr Drive, Jensen Beach. FOR RENT. 135 4 ml N. of Stuart-Hwy. C. R. Ashley, Mtg. Broker
AT 7-0778!! 1.30 ((68)) Stuart tf ( ) I ens-n' .'ieei --.s-aWWvn' '! '" ,
I 23
TRAILERS & SERVICES AS-168.ServlcM FOR women who are Interested ((90)) Taylor Ashley
IT U 1 _.. __._ -- :
Offered !Misc. 71-171rLANTS in having a good steady income > I IN Jensen Beach, for sale by Salel: bedroom, furnished I I 630 COLORADO AVENUE
Services Offered Mfcc. 71
& SERVICES 75-175 Experience unnecessary er new two bedroom and house Terms. Close in Stuart EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS AT 7-2440
:For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 AVON sell itself' ,Write Avon J;. 41.:1': '''H _4 hedrootlhomes.. High AT 5149, evenings TV RENTALTake tf (190))
Manager, P. O RaIn 2427.
:Wanted To BuyMlsc.) 81-181 Vero Beach, Fla WISCONSIN Clinton, and Brtgps Lauson Stratton AIR $1090(7 Walking and distance$12900)I to. w lfp tf ((90)) ; advantage of our

''!\lOVING & JIORAOE 84-184 1 1.3:! ((41)mployment ) COOLED ENGINES In stock and Iota, acreage or what have you 2 bedroom 2 full baths with purchase plan Apply the -- -- --- -

Real Estate' For Suit 90-190 I JIJb! : parts and men who know how to down payment AT 70914. tf ( ) hrge den. All ultramodern 18 ON I )ou have paid towards the

,Rml Dial. Wanted 96-196 Wanted 48 repair them. ULMER MOTORS 26 living und dining area Cen. TIlE ST. LUCIE I chase of the TV set. For
"or" Dial AT 7-3335. Your Friend. LUXURIOUS LIVING air conditioning, city water tail see For Sale. The
.- w """ .,,_.___ L 4.__ _.. Iy Dodue Dealer tf ((71)) sized utility: room No city Oneand two-room efficiencies. .
:roR RFJS1 35 FIFTEEN years small office hook 2 bedroom, 2 bath home Only $17990) M: P. Ncl Krauss &
.p- keeping I ,experience (Builder) HAVE small, Bulldow Tractor I in BAHAMA Realtor 125 E. Ocean Blvd. Spacious shaded grounds,
Ideal HOME
lave letter of rfcommendation Mower and Disc Will clear lots. TODAY Modern. |1.23 (90)) Parking Lot Boat Dock. Inc.

:ROOMS FOR RENT in private Part time or full time Permanent cut trees Fence posts nd pilings kitchen quality boat anchorage Waterfront Shuffle bourd. TV and Lounge, flettrlcal: and :
hone Also garage for rent. 619 resident AT7-0570.) If ((48)) for sale, Lawton Wall, Phone AT See the BETTER VALUES
inlet Contractors
home near Three bed
.J!. Fifth St.
Stuart. Telephone AT 7 1401, If ((71)) BAHAMA TERRACE Week Month Year
171756, .. three baths kEith and drY. 905 South Dixie 2 Bedrooms, 2 BathsCentral
_ ((35)) 0 r uupcrvlsoryposition BETTER daily 'phone AT 7-0635( ; Owner \\rit Box fc,
Building by Bishop repairing Stuart
in Marina Bout Yard
:JBFAUTIFUL R. H. LEAR, builder, S Heat
rooms with twin Available and remodeling Will Stuart News Phone AT 7- S1U\RF, ) tTek'ph.'net AT 7.1227
immediately sahry
*. beds New home. Semi and private Call Mr Pierce Hopkins bull i I d complete horns on your tf ( ) tf ((90)) i-.iI: Large Screen: Porch
; pen 2H7-9HI2(
baths Cooking privilegesPlenty lot. Terms he Free .
6 PL 96903 Miami, can arranged THREE house ... .
after room I.
p.m. F. WOOl
of parking Cull Mn. Day, lorldu 1 1.23 Est mates. Af 75840 tf (ill I) F. Manager Spacious Ivlng Room
: 87.2580!< tf ((35)) ((48)) sleeping porch. carport RENT 135 tf lUll FOR YOUR LOVED
:."'. RAY COOKE Septic Tank Service utility, plenty storage spice I I 10ft. Sliding Doors to Patio
BEAUTIFUL. 3-room modem C1IOOL9 54 Cleaning and repairing AIM pletely furnished Lot 50xl MARBLE,
apartment. Cathedral ceilings, drain fields repaired and re-laid. aim lake Park. Corner 19th OR BRONZE 0 Fenced Enclosed Back Yard
Gliding glass doors, lots of storAge Dial AT7-0631-AT7) tf(71)( ) Pork Court. Owner Frank
space. Completely furnished PRIVATE tutoring! In languagesafter bcly. tf ( ) 1\1 ARK E R Only $17,700]
Adtills, No pets AT 7-3477 tf ((35)) 3 Write Box 793, WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE -
.. !
: :
Sluart. I 1.30 ((54)) BALANCING Bear Equipment FOR !Sal: Three bedroom The Symbol of Your
ONE bedroom apartment for rent. by trained mechanic will pay house, partly furnished Not Whether you want a .
$5 000 Down Balance 20
A .
Pleasant and attractive, view for 1tClfln tire wear. W. have the from new High School. [ headstone or simple, 1 r.IIIV
and. access to water. Phone AT 75892 SPECIAL NOTICES 55 equitlment and men. Your ffiendv Williams Swimming Pool. marker we will design it I Mortgage.

or AT 7.1903. tf ((35)) __ L Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS for quick sale $13,500\ ) or perishable stone as the
or Dial AT 7-3155 tf ((71) offtr. Call 287.5462. tf ( ) I $112 I per month Including
LARGE efficiency everything ALCOHOLICAISdI'4YMOUSmeeta) -- of your love for a dear
furnished Newly I decorated at 8:30: p.m, every Wed. TERRAZZO Tile and Marble TWO Bedroom V4 acre. : Stuart Services
Clean, quiet Adults only esday at the Community:: Church W. H. Wagner Co AT 7-4880 trees Enclosed: g irden Air _
Box 79:, Stuart, or call: A'fri 7:4885. Jensen Beach For information: or AT 71696. tf ((71)) ditioned Off Skyline Drive. Kenneth S. Slimmed Phone 2872986tf
: tf ((35) Phone AT 7-3332 tf (55)) 1:>" non BeacS $10300 furnished ( ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS FLEETS INN *srLamiry ; Boa 1407 AT 7-1477 or -
furnished). Tel 287.3619' u ((190)'P''F )
WANT the
Call Ralph Bale at 287.1214Merkl NEW two bedroom home 0 IDA IT OCRAST norLETAMDHIDART. MOTEL -. -" antmm: : --- -.-...-..-. -. ....,... -, ..
Motors, Inc. tf
((55)) .Jensen Beach" FlorIdavil
PLANTS Fastest( growing nursery bath corner lot Legion PUIHint ;SERVICES OFFERED, !MISC 171
LECTROLUX CORP. Oppor- In Martin County. 10 acres $10990 Easy terms %V. H. : K""U).41' RT"El'T'' MI IIo"'r) .I.. Y'::'.':.Ar.m.Lha ., ., !. .,
WADS a ROOSM' KITHnrrritHotuu ._.... .. .,,..... 't.
tunity for th. tight man to donIs plants Nursery, Loop ner Co., AT 7 4880 or AT 7-1 : l Oulrt..r. Colitou
hi his present earnings Call Dan Road (S-76A), Palm City, AT 71918 tf ( ) RBASOttBIH RITESTV KIIRTI (OIIlont_. .....I t.uh.th.Brld. FI.hln.Int......... I

DO THE JGB! Clark. AT 7.()143. tf ((55)) ___ _tf (75)) Lot KGBiklr. W.I.. .
HOME located In Stuart n IwlmmHif Pitot
WANTED--! : A ride--to Palm-Beach- AZALEAS Camellias: (Gardenias schools. 3 bedrooms, 2 ... (......! m T..... TV tn.lu..... IN EACH UNIT I YOUR INCOME TAX PREPARED

Junior College daily Phone Variety Palms SI and up. Pa. central airconditionlng and W. T. PACEr, Mgr PHONE 287-5566 I
tf (HI)
pays. Banana, Lychee, Mangoes, .
46.3'11.. 1 1.23 ((55)) ng r'I; nui AT ,-*TM tr nisi
--_---- ...- Avocado, (Carambola, Peach, Macadiinnj Call ( )) .
RENT Blue Lustre Electric Car. nut. Citrus! VISIT Fnders l M't- 'i_ I
Nursery White City. 1 1.30 (75)) SPARKLING home North CH
pet Shamnooer for only SI COMPANY JOHN
Shores. Thrt bedrooms two
.. _
ddY. Haftman Lifhton Furniture !IDA J4I I L'YN I
1 1.21 ((55)) For Sale, Mlocellanrous 78 leg, pool patio, aluminum
and storm shutters large, Call us and stop worrying'!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere

USED CARS A TRUCKS 58 TRUSSES elastic) stockings, well lamJmaped lot with, "' that will lurpaw all but your own FORMFRLY WITH TilE INTERNAL REVENUE: SFRVICE

.. knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart ilers Furnished or CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGERNow
-- I Receive the Deductions: Allowed by Law
Owner Telephone 287 Your Comfort!
Drug Corp. If (78)) 4843tf Available for Sleeping
power. ( ) Niagara Cydo-\I\II&e: Units in Our Bub. Route 707 : BCII.
condition $350. Call AT 7- COW Manure I Hi yds! $12 2yd. Ocean
Dial ATlantic 7.1550 Opposite Breeze Park
'996. tf ((58)) ... $15, 7'yard load $42. Also $9500, half e.oJwill; buy
mulching hay. AT 70979. tf ((78)) 2 bedroom, newly 1 Southwind Motel Residence Phone: Office Phone
and ask for the WE will pay rails for good used (tame house in fine i location: AT 7.2534 AT 7.0997
aru. harlem Motors Inc., U. NICE 1 old bedstead ((19th century' ) Jensen Belch Must sell US. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 287-0773
S. 1 across from bus station New mattress and spring i $25: transferred Call 546-5358, or tf lissi) Daily: 9 'til 5i30 p.rrt., Sun. 2-4 p.m. tf ( )
Want Ad Takes; 1.30 (58)) CaU AT 7.5182. tf (78)) Box 1827, Stuart tf ( )


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r"hrYRq" """' 'WI''t'I'J' !'>"!Ii!!',''''xvxn9''C1. I, ..rroM{ J4 Irf _...._.. ."hr"i.mwhrM'S.rfiMM 'CII'"f"' '< '" r l'h' 1I.nln, : POSI! hthis ivumimition Should, ..ilium. .tins: courts or OIK 1e71r. :I : IICENSEAI'I'IJCA110S : :
Unilixl\ Stiries C'IM II! Service appropriate Appli ,
spciiil. interest to' high 'ch x l ixptriencc '
'\' h.is" anncHiiHi.il\ 11 new ( > must he filed! by April )
K n
FOR SALE for Patent Aid for ior> or gr.iJiiutes or <' \O'j Ho\d Lee llarilin to Edith Ann
Income Tax Returns Prepared >menl 1 with the Patent Of- (raining in 'science .1 n d "4 Potty, both of Pompano Bcich
I (' mitici A written ( i vi/i I Service announctmcnl* I
Wishington. UK is | Allen Thomas Jr 'to Ruth I lOll,'.
LOXAHATCHEE ------ -- --- - tormi he nh
3 MILES OF application may
bath of Stuart
n1' t "\ from G. T Magin\ at Sin
I REAL ESTATE; FOR SALE 190 Post Office or Iron the U S M mriii A (ii,irdii i t In Fhir
M d! Service (ommmion' V\ash. isj J. Spronl, 'Mh ul l \\c,1 Pilin
RIVER FRONTAGE - -- ni)( on. I n, t' :<)I4H) I Bench
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rnrollcil To Prink: Before The Internal Revenue Service


Ocean Breeze Park, Jensen Beach i PRINCIPVLS: ONLY: tt (no) F.ST\BlSIIID] 1925

2.10 non I 1 I ,\ T but reawnuhlc 3 bedroom home I ,
252 Osceola
-- -- ---- -- -- Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440()
kitchen thing room and hulh fo'nd''i'.llIlIrllllr' "
',' -- rsx ,f'--, furnished. $I L,500.f fl'nn.nRfRO ... PROFESSION TXtlUV.F; Bill DING:

REAL FSTATE FOR SALE 190 BUY A HIGH DRY \ l' Sit room CBS. with two tile Our Best Buy -
,!, ... crab orchard stone firtnlate an "1'1111II outside
IIP air rondiliiMitr large attic fan and electric '
and eleclrk hoC water healen tired ,,"11.1"1 20 BUILDING) LOTS
RESIDENTIAL LOT .. k a 2 room (BS courage! with shower kitchen :
$537.50 F\CN
Filly /If !Wholesale Prices 8 x 14 full out slullir. large! 2 car guruuc. with I
Fxtra car port. $12,!<04,00. Term JENSEN BFV.CHi

For As ) Ol 1111': K\MR\ from thin three bedroom. two Our lest /! _
LOTSIf $500 ---i fey -
LOTS LOTS ". Ihbi home hut an unusual amount of tliiMt" t and \
Little As
and the IlIf'JIe lot has many iHiiullful tree* and ," .
furnish. $14.000.(M) or sole offer
build if want to invest Umld and Live TOTAl, PRICE HOMES.
you want to you *
home Immediate '
: ACRES: pint a 4 btdroom CBS '
In Jensen ). an it k all pointed, and ready to m," Inli*. Rich
/ lOTS Drive GATE
Beath-Special orire for all $10.600 cash. 'I life price h lest than ('an be! handled with $1000() down und $ 5.1I11) IIOW ABOUT 'I mis' HW ovn' 52".941011') / Down
value. Total! price $13,50000. All\ I lnuiue No (losing Cost)1.. .\n Ixttllinlulcrfront,
tat appraised IOCV1FD 5 SII uJl's AWAY ROM ('OU1V"SSANSPRIf "
three Bidroom Iwti Hulli Ilnure-'I'lls! I Roof (tnlrul Iliatlined
: ; PARK IRtt BO\T 1\L\(1II\G IX>WN PVUHM: : will put ton into this. three! _
( Garage recited I Pnrih overlooking the vtiiler
!NINE BUILDING TATS In Sljomimn Subdivision Just off Fast home. Built in oven and nudge top, refrigerator and
Gad; Fishing front jour backyard\ ,\ MINT!' to we and
Ocean Blvd.-Near schools churches, hospital and library \! Inihulltl $11.90000 'hru'N.ACHEAGE.
Only $1,000 per lot, or will sell all at even greater discount SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR lompiire.

Easy terms. 620 COLORADO AVENUE SIUARF PHON1: : If 7-0966 $9,0110 OWNER Mill I. I II IN \\'t.: Iris. horn must 1 he
(:Next to 1 1 he Prtsiripllon Shop) sold to rim! an estate Built 1957 I 1110 I arise 'elrclt'1' -
TttFIVE ') ACRE LOIS in beautiful Port Sewall area -
I : I ,(9a) '110'RL" with 125 ft. of Suite Road 76 frontage. One Both SpinliMIS. I |h|lug\ Kiioin Screened I'orih lar-
Close )to Inlet and from free bout privilege -
across ramp
-- --- $I," O.OO.) l rim. port Slove Rifrlutmlor' I IV' Antenna \ Nke Ketlrenunl -
Spttlal low prke for one lot $2,750. Buy all-only $2,500 each
Hume (nil for
Low terms.. 10 A('RKS: with 165 ft. on Loop Road $59500 per lure appointimnt.
mis- ('OMH.|:IFI.V Il'RNISIIFI-'Ihrre: lUdroonn\ On Corner .
OCEAN BEAR FEN BRIDGFS 100xl600' ocean to river 10 ARrS with fronUyo on Stale Kimd '76.
I lot 75 120 Separate (BS Building! for llohhy Room
=Only $25,000- 1 his trait will make many lots Low terms. $750
FOR SALE per 1I'rl' .
Iruly a nlie home liitiil $11 two)

200 Ft. -Frontage!-on Beautiful I See NORTH RIVER SHORES

: Broad St. Lucie River NORTH RIVER FOREST
Within City Limits of Stuart ,
REALTORM. \ I, Box 667 Dial .

R. (RONNT) NELSON, ASSOCIATE (Ity Water I Jensen Beach, Flu. ,
I I "
325 E. OCEAN BLU SIUARF, FLORIDA Phone 287.3566 An Original Florida Home I ., .,
I Well Kept and Spacious
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I.Y% 1901
Nice Guest Cottage

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Property Well lias Landscaped Depth Over With 400 Ft. NOWNOW (1)0)I R. V. Johnson

Choice 'Business'.. Locations' .. Large Lawns and Many REALTOR
Beautiful Trees and Plants a&l'O'I is the time to invest
Put your money to work NOW!! FIRST FEDERAL IILDG 8
Chamber of
U.S. 1 Corner near
Priced To Sell
Commerce. $29,5K.0( ) () $29,950.00See OCEANFRONT AT 7.3366

Your Agent or Phone

Colorado Avenue and 7th Street. AT 7.2607 AT 7-3232 OCEAN 'IO RIVIR-7i>ned for hotels and mod'Is. HOMES
i It (1901 front ft.
$40,000.00. rtnidentlal $15000) per mean
1.- .-- -- -- IINSFIV: 2 BrDKOOM like new condition, Nicely
'ON ()('f.loned for npurfmenf, motel hottls-$175 landscaped 2 utility room, (US conslruillon' ) fa;. heut), ,\*nInipi .
East Ocean Boulevard. $15,000.00. I ocean front ft. 'I I hi, home k pried rlulil at $11,900.,

WATERFRONT ESTATE I OCEAN IO RIVFR-foned for hotel, moMs. duplex C.OI; UPIG/ ,\11 2 BI'DROOS1- Ruth I urge I h. room
$17501)) per mean front ft. Included are 3 extra lot* for only $1500000.)) )

Waterfront Home, $$15,500.00 Situated on the high banks of the St. Lucie )' (KHAN: 'IO RIVER: priced at $12000) per ocean front IrNSFN: I 2 DROOM: and I I mdroom cottage,
River in one of Stuarts most exclusiveareas. motels. duplex and rf lck'nllul roniiiK. lurnKhed, Good; | rental lotaHon. for only $10,90000

2 bedroom, 2 bath beauty with large This completely furnished home (OCEAN 10 KIVIR-excellent fur hotel, motel!, 2 BHRMM, 1 bath pins 2 cottages all funilshed. Very

screened patio. Dock your boat at your has everything! from gardens! tools to dish condominium. approximately 2000') In depth. $ good locathm. Priced at $17.0/10.1111.)

door. It's brand new and terms, tool! washer. Lot is 100 ft. wide by approxi. NOKIII RIVER 'i-Wlitt'lfro"l. 2 bt'clr'N"Z ceramic

mately 420' deep Terms available. bath. ., large living room Enclosed porch Boat slip, entnil heat
FACING THE INLET and air lonillllonlng. Ixlra: large lot, all for only) $49,50000..

$$8,000.00 'WATfR.RON'r-hl"h: elevation, zoned for marina, INCOME: PROPERTY
GOLF COURSE LOT ..., apartment and condominium Over 600) road ,,",
Close in, furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath : term $266.000.00.INFLATION. PORTSUIRNO- 2 bedroom home! plus 4 r..nlllllllll",*, forge
i corner lot $25,000.00.
home and garage.! An older home but in Beautifully situated 100) ft. on the golf!
| LNIIS! 4-2 bedroom 4-1 bedroom. All unit facing
A.! condition and lots of shade trees. HEDGE
I course, 100 ft. on Indian Avc. Hurry on water, heat. and air conditioned very bent of lotullon and all are
$1,000.00 down will handle. this, only $3,250.00. /In Ilk* new condition.
ACRI-S. Cruvelund area. Over 114 mile nod
I .00 per at re. Gad termN.COLORADO. 3 IIOUSIS: PI LS I FX1KA TAT 2-2 bedroom I-t I bed.
Choice lots with city water as low as $2250. I room. 'I he** rental unit are In a nice locution and are on yearly
TAYLORASHLEYREAL rental husk I hualtd: on Riverside/ |>rI.rrk'td at $20,65000.


ESTATEJim CORNER BUSINESS! LOT. $30,00000 ton talc or
100' NEAR NEW: IIK.II SCHOOL $40000085'xl75't

Company Whitehead RIVERFRONT ESTATE IIIGII IIIVA1ION; So. Jensen on river $7tlOOOO

900 Colorado Ave, (acros from 1st National Bank) BFDROOMS, 4 BVI1IS. Powder room. Md.. quarter
AT 7.2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 bath. Swimming pool, ('shuna-slower." rooms. 1 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
J DON O KEI.LY or BOB WILLIAMS apartment over 3 car garage I'urnhhed" - Ml (110) 1 II (tio) Showplace laniKcaplnt. Large dock, deep water' SMALL BUSINESS, Franchises for

only f\em\ *. Martin und Palm Beach County. $10,000


\ .BUILT (BS, 3 BtDROOMS, 2 .bath, home stocked good location.
I and air conditioned. All ekttrlc equipment .h* :
I Motels Mobile Parks I ,I Waterfront Homes I II. J [L COMMERCIAL I : ',- (lly/ water. 523,500.00.)) No closing cimln. JENSEN location Small business for sale. Good

1. 10 UMTS-U.S. Nit I, with restaurant' SPACIOUS HOME on wide St. Luck I. IMOMF: PROPLRPY-&wlaess" p
5.000.09. river 3 bedrooms den Flu. room apartment all rented excellnt con.ditlon ROLAND G. ACREAGE
2 bath dining room convenient \W\( \'% location gad "
15500000. location close In. $32.500.00. on Investment I S25, O wUI '

3. MOBILE PARK V.'i.. No. |, 22 2. CBS, 2 BEDROOM 2 BVTH b 2. OFFICE ELUDING: for rent on Colorado REALTOR
spaces room for 35 more pool. ncludve Port Sewall area nicety Av.. $104 I per math
$65,000.00. bmdvcaped eiwall -'Immediate. occupancy i

4. $69,500.00.MOBILE PARK( ALA 40 fpacw. $29.800.00.- widow .,flow quick Sale 3. Jensen 20 BUILDING Beach.: LOTS- paved- road COLORADO AVE. ([I] PHONE AT ,. R. V. Johnsoni

SOl COLORADO AVENUE AlWtk 7 22') FLORIDA 7.3366 ow....


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*.B THE STUART ((11..) NTW S rituiMli\'. January! 23. 1964 r RIVIRS 1OLRNFYPOS1PONLD I II Extension "' t;; .;atawpkrJte9tllMwltaltMitwltl
I %ELK Retarded Children Group

In Canada I960 there were I Canadian, eighty-!seven British anj I Because of cold, windy ", I II Is I WARRANTY DEEDS FILED

.i55 in.llretof all type11. 158 I lorcign_ ._ .__ ._...__ last weekend the sueond: on Monday Planning Membership Drive ._. 131I _

V'1tl..1TI..rt-, wrwrwaasaarw.wREAL I Rivers Tournament 's I 156-mile turnpike ex Nan The trnnnartlon, ,riiturenrlen I William A. Hopkins to Mildred 1 1I
belu" ar..lim.1 c I flnn i
ESTATE 1 OR SALE 190 I.Stuart> Sautisn i nm was between Fort Pierce and As All Out March Effort'The late 1'?\""ii" MIIIP' .rr". d t Ili K Hopkins Property in lots 6, 7,
x .tw.rat"" vsteraJV.rv.. w ,- J I ward to Saturday and d i tI,. deed tit lit l,H'" .or. ,:.0rent" I 12 and H block 2, Indian Ridge i
> opened to public .h"r.coII.lder.Uon
use )"'r 11110 In i''i'' '
i Ian 25.26REAL ,, subdivision .
( In nomlml'. .n has $1 600
"' --- Jan 20. Martin County Associationfor of parents of retarded children, hlt>.rellruulHhiTH"r 'Hlmllni .H..or. wl"u.''wr,.."n.". R. M Pitchford to Elmer Bio-
( of the project connect. Retarded Children will make the Martin County Avsocaition is nioni.v ilaiiKv* hand", tampn. bcr Lot 57, First Addition to Sky.line
FOR SALE I ESTATE FOR SALE with Fort Pierce, a all-out effort to enlist new members !seeking the co-operation of citi. Indlcale a nll'eJIturv IIIlnlmllm Heights subdivision $1,800

i 1 _"" .4> of 102 miles were open. during March, designated as tens who represent a cross-section! whore 1100 value m"re There i and November 1963 membership month" for local of the community. Membership is an Instrument. than actual !
value of tran rer. but perl OBnen Property in governmentlot
3 Acres, 525 ft. of frontage on Smith Fork'" of St I ucie River, turnpike now extends 265 associations, throughout the country open to anyone interested in help. odieaily I ,h"e. cotnptroher'n office" I, section 5. township 38 S.,
children and '
retarded Inv"UII'al'" thane vna.a In
475 ft. on Route 76. Prke 1650000. PLAN Wildwood to Miami. 'Mental retardation todav is everybody adults ing mentally wl,Irh I,... "ltinnp" appear to range 42 E. $23.000/) .
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'*H* .'-." ./ ** ,ff.tmf- \ problem," asserted Ira members obtain The Sewn taken no Edward f. Miller to Edward F.
Prospective may
reapohsibiilty for the .ntlntat- Miller and Louise Miller, his wife,
C.B.S. Home located: In Palm City, has 2 large bedrooms, large lule I or Sale 190 W Swigart' president of !the Mar additional. information about ed >vetuatlon the
as an estate by entirety. Property
tin County, Association Retardation
association from Ira W. Swi
bathroom, large living room, extra large kltihin with dining area, off in lot 3, section
has been recognized, at long 205 (Jan 14 through( 21)
I Box Stuart telephone
this home b In excellent condition, built 5 jean ago, Comer The Story of/ a last, aa major health problem gcrt 287-0639. 31, township 37 S. range 41 E.
Gerald C Holbrook to Hugo N. $100.
lot 50 ft. x 125 ft., partially furnished, 899000. Rhodes Built / which must be attacked simultaneously Dixon Property m section 9, township .
BERRY at all levels-national, sate Robert G. Sahella ct al to James
and community' JUNIOR COLLEGE: IS 38 S.. range 41 E $19600 Arthur Smith Lot 10, Mobile
Lot on Palmer Road 80 x 125 ft. approximately 50 ft. elevation PLANNING REALTOR The association is making a bid OlFIRING:' ('OUR t; Harold Wciclberg to Jay Swcda Home Gardens. $1.100( .
ON JlORIICLLlLRhA Lot 7, block 13, Port Salerno
this k; a very nice location: $3,000.00. 17 for new members among such Herbert Brcnnun to Vic Roy.
on years groups as special teachers. doctors course in horticulture will be $!.OOO. : Lot 3. Brennan Court. $7,500
View Ilome social workers, clergy and citizens offered during the 1964 spring semester Harold Weidberg to Francis Arnold M Bauer to Curtis T.
U Acres located about 4 miles Vat of New high School, $750.00 experience concerned with the welfare of all at Palm Beach Junior College Swede. Lot 8, block 13. Port Salerno Muggins Lot 12, block 8, Monterey -

per acre. TODAY in Home' Port Sewall area residents of this area One of the !! Lake Worth, according to $1,000(. subdivision. $1400
frontage on water, 4 highest barriers to progress in the Dr. Paul W Graham director of Roger M, Skillman et ul to WilIMIII Joseph Fcarnley) individuallyand
I 4 Baths, Living room, fight again mental retardation is evening chls"s. The class will meet U Carlson. lot 9. amended as trustee. to Edward Wagner.
Room, KItchen, Screen. public apathy it is pointed out in on Thursday evenings and will be plat of St. Lucie Inlet Harbor Lot 20 block 4, Tropic Vista.
FRANK A. RICHTER Legion Room and Sun Deck the association printed materials taught by Fred J. Moiling Jr. It $2.200. $1000
I-amlsiupliig and One of the quickest ways to will include a study of ornamental Florida Loan Service, Inc. toW Henry Hecky Sr. to William J.
I "' Central AIr-condi transform an apathetic citizen into trees, shrubs( grasses and fruit N. Cromer, Lots 8 and 9, block McVey. Lot 14 block: 2, Heck)"'.
Registered Real Estate Broker See The ( and Hint.Prleei an enthusiastic worker i u to per. trees in the development of a landscape 1 I. Washington Park $600 I Allotment $100.
suade him to become an active plan! for the home S. B Jaquith to Franco B. Me William J. McVey to I Henry
"VALLEYFORGE" $125000 member of the association" com 4 Hecky Sr. Lot (14 block 1, Hecky
Jenkin. Lots 1, 2 3 and ,
215 S. Dixie Hwy., Stuart, Fla., 28M296 merited Mrs. Jerome A Mcrquclin Tashkent, the capital of U/be- 4. Northwood $!lOO. Allotment VI00Sim .
Pike membership chairman of the kistan, has become the fiftieth Sovet Jupiter Isles Developers Inc.. Rhodes Construction Inc.
t 1.r3 ((190) Lucie River local association. city to pass' the 1 1,000,000 mark to George W. Olfutt and Robert to lack A. Ramsey Lot 29, section

a Colonial __Initially_ organized as_ a group..in population. _____ E McConnell. Lot 11, Gomez I, Legion Heights. $11,000
Curtis O'Neal Blotch R &
2 Bath "Furnished oW.. ,". ""' wBC "ll11t.n .;\\""" asa.ei.y" '! I Grant. $43,0(10Fenrock ( to B
Home with Enterprises! of Florida, Inc Blocks
Builders Inc Claudmi -
175' frontage on St. for Sale 190 to
Real Estate:
4 and 5. Park Addi-
Brand new 2 bedroom 1 '/j bath home in Priect $45,000. ,, .. S. Knowltor Property in lots
: 3 BEDROOM ..'sx04co( mesa t .yoa! 5 7Jiz, ,; ",,w 25 26 and 27 block 5, Monterey tion to Port Salerno $300()
(Twin SUe) subdivision $1,300. Martha E. Jansen to Elmer R.
on W. E. Pendarvis to Frank W Riddle. Property in section 22,
2 TILED BATH ROO% ST. LUCIE RIVERFRONT township 37 S., rintc 41 E. $12-
Saunders lot 14 block 34 Port
Rocky Point, at the South side of the ST. / 2 Bedroom CBS Salerno $4,(MX/)/), 000
DOUBLE SIZED : partly furnished and lo
Must Sell because of illness. This. waterfront home be F R. Kcidinger to Archie L.
LUCIE INLET-where the best fishingis FULL DINING on wooded lot, high and may Hinnum. Lots 8. 9 10 and I II J. 824 RecipientsOf
: for Retirees. used as n Duplex or a large 4-Bedroom, 2 Bath Dwelling. block M. Rio St. Lucie subdivision Welfare Aid
enjo'ed. LIVING ROOM 16'5" x Pricel: $12,500.Acreage REDUCED from $21,(KM) lo $18,000 fur quick| sale $1JX( ).
LARGE UTILITY Ruth Johnstons Lord to John In Past Month
B !Ix>rd. Property in lot J 113, Gomez
The hints turn central heat and air conditioning, heavy wiring for ENTRANCE PORCII CHARLES E. SLOCUM Realtor Grant SI .OO.) Rev. Paul M Cgsscn, chairman

all appliances and many extras.' Included In the price are yourowa MODtRN: KIICIILN \ $100 per acre Ernest F. Sulcer to J. D. Mayes. of District 10 Welfare Board of
boat dock, harbor In the Indian River nod large waterfront !| Dry, I Excellent: Natural Lots 19 und 20 block: 5, North- I the State Department of Public
| BRKAKI: park with boat ramp. LARGE PLANIrD (, Good Terms, 1 .ri 1i10\ C. Valentine to Calvin County 824 persons were assistedin
H. OBnen LoN 40 und 41, Yacht the four categories of public
35 Lots Arc Available MODEL HOME OPEN D,\ Lots I OPPORTUNITY Club Beach, $16500/) ) assistance in December
North River Shores Inc. to F. A total of 239 persons! receivedold
Priced from $2,500 to $7,500.( in Salerno with anc. to Illness force sale of 2 Bedroom CBS Home, 2 years old Large B. Arbogasl Lot 5. block 25, sec. age assistance of $12.003; nine
I $12,500.00 $5,000 for both or will I Ivlng.Dining Area Custom Kitchen and Bath Class enclosed tion 6. North River Shores $7.100. received aid to the blind, $567;
shower 12 x 14 lorida Room Awning Windows Joseph S Henderson to Theodore and 125 families, representing 429

The hou Sam RhodesConstruction 11. New I rostlesN Refrigerator Culllgnn Water Softener Dchon as executors of the estateof children m (he amount of $7 535;
with terms. Visit St. Lucia Inlet Harbor-direitly I Lust: of Port ) I Helen M Dehon deceased Lots while fifty-three persons received ,
Special fine screening excludes till hihtcls CBS Wlllk.ln Utility
Salerno or vtritetRoger BERRY ( 43 and 44 block 1 J. Golden Gale aid to the disihled of $3.104; and 1
Room Carporle 'ement Drlv 80' x 120' Dry Lot $100 I"entyix, children received service

No water bill 110 foot driven well Fully landscaped I Arnold Green to R. F. Wiley. during the month, six of whom
Estate andInsurance Bahalu grass 20 types shrubs and trees Street light Low I.ot41 and 42 block I I. Golden were in foster homes, with total
M. Skillman Inc. county dives South of Stuart on 4 lane Route No. 1 Cannot Gate $2.5jo( state and local cost tor these child
duplicate at this price. Sam Rhodes (Construction Inc. welfare services being $47605.
P.O. Box 824, Jensen! to I Lewis W Taylor, Lot 25 West I
$12,990. FURNISHEDBy $9. About (()() Americans
Florida Colorado AvenueAT I wood. 800() 80000000
2287 Delray Beach \ Phone 287-4325 R M Howard to G n M. Inc lake their vacations by car each
Phil Baker, Salt \ 7 0966
,, Proper! in section U township year The average trip is 276
t.o (teem h 1 1 y 1"0)) t.s 1 i1)01) I
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;; 25JO Iq.| ft. enclosed and under roof Kitchen Includes eating area ..+ THE "IUVEUDALE"
Kill pau-thru counter top and gold patio doors exiling onto o>ersUedcovered r .., '
t ., dining tl'l'racolind porch Sunken living room with dining hal i I three bedrooms two baths carporte 1667 square feet under

t cony Distinctive entrance foyer Instantaneous Infra-red healer In roof Kitchen and breakfast area. witli built-in electric range and r.
master bedroom bath Unusual garden entry larval with double doors oven Complete with fume hood and fan Ivlnj room area doors

Private sun garden off muster bedroom buth lull mirror over duuble recess for niuxlinnni opening to fully fiber glut* screened porch 22

'I' ', ,' bowl vanity In bathroom Bathroom access to dining terrace and porch feet by 9 Two bedrooms have direct access to screened porch .

area for complete Indoor-outdoor Bring Central hc-ullng( and air Genuine Italian marble In guest' bathroom Central beat pump healing(
conditioning. and air conditlun lIII'

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Florida/ Congressmen -. '-or-: -- 1': e'. IIII sIl CRI (Ihiwuul ) Ns15 fhursday, January 23, 1964 IC'
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; :> Tips on Current Speckled !Perch }I Run I

Irons Is in Banker Group ; '. : '; I ..

I' Now Visiting- WashingtonArriving I I: ',t' > ,! Tarpon Is the Most Spectacular;

.\\ashinnton Tuesday cd matters \\e 'in no wes undircstmiale t 1+nY

delegates for the from sixth the annual Honda visit' Bankers were ind'vidual the member importance bankers ol direct our \ : Black Bass 'Most Fun to Catch'll

Association. (Headed by the +,
contact with their
Association President Tully F. congicssimnand Y 1 !
Dunlap president of the Riversideand regulatory officials This "is .1 i r I KM: !SI MONS hunt (he hardest lighting/ t the UK limit is Ihlrll.\ 'Inc bill "I I, .
t cu'en.especially leaping' '\ black bass on .I surfaceplug i.in use Ihlrl -flve speckled I"I I, "
responsibility evcrv \\hal the
Midtown Banks, Miami the o is most spn.ln.ul.ir: I I
A 11t' I \ or "popping bug I prefer lo come in with lit, r
group received extensive briefing bankers. who eiiiunlx tciiiK lish' Bill means. H is the
by the Washington office of the touch with t h a I tarpon which leaps in air lime shBecause! its an art lhals six and even then Ihiis "" I
American Bankers Association on ,I are in constant v ( ind I.nut. again, a bundle ul silver whand, under right conditionson thin nay fanul) can eat .ii .i s III i I
pulse of our economic being: Fight? Nope they don i i I'cln, ,'.
the skillful bass
pending legislation and matter of \ walks and muscles that ire imiH'lled 1 right! waters a
concern to the commercial bank. I The bankers honored Florida! I unbelievable energy easier is in unifiers heaven although an extremely Inn ",
fag industry in Florida and the' Congressional delegation ,mil .>!th : 'Kiln\ had one When he places Unit bug or plug an the two pounds class nughl v '
urheadsin boil vince it was u small I I'
nation I I er officials being v'sited ,'I\ .1 i reccption o\er I1' al open "iusi right' against n snag or shoreline I Most of you un,1pound. ,
our 'specks'are I
The bankers plan conferences' and dinner Wcdnesdi\ 01 Matched' one go in air again cow' twitches it properly and .
with i the Honda Congressional I evening' Jan 22. at the Ink mational \ :uul: ,;iniin on a shallow: Hal.: :not the water wells under it. explodes Never allow ,, '"
spcckhd: '
delegation" Also on the agenda for Inn.Members. iMii the tail-walking( ol a smllishin and., theres that ..iyhlf the a pit
to die ol li> air I H I s'
meetings are U. S. Treasury and I I of the banker, dele the Gulf SIn:1I11qUlle. xi c\- bass in air rattling Us red gills, be do it will exposure have a musts n.,"
FDIC officials. The Federal Reserve gallon, are ,in addition. to Dunlap, iituig' ,. can ask no more, Kill H b. ) a stroke ofoui\ kill I
Board and the Comptrollerof A. A. Mcl<..etl'oIl1.' chairman ot Ihc (One reuwtnpvrhgns. is Ihiil theiiiii N and it ice. Plan to ,ii I
the Currency James J. Saxon. FDA Legislative Division .1,ind | c'reclallI!) hel1 hooked! in the I only I fishing that I know afield place on hm i ,
or as !soon as you gel "
This visitation i is considered president Hernando Stale Bank. w ,. our upper rivers often pills on ol thai equals nand its devotees fresh 11f1c h is delicate I
by a i '
: li il .. its close of claim that it exceeds
chairman pcilorntance in
Dunliip" to he "a most valuable effort -I Brooksville: William\ H Dial ; range couine flakv under refrigeration: "itteida ,
FRA Federal I egislative <'ommiltec : Once) I hid one strike I ;'na.1 it -it dry try fishing in a western=
in developing communications ar I ) or !so U (begins! lo taste I hk
assessing and correlating state and and president First \.it ion. .\ sale, ny> 1'0"11l11II. go: eight: or nine ,mountain truant small enough to cotton! ,
: B Irons. lecl, in air, hit shoulder and wade and large enough lo have
'' al Bank Orlando: David mv yet I '
national ,
problems and emphasizing All fish are improved b\ i I''
F'B\ first vice president and c\eeu then land in (he bottom ol the in H rainbows und! browns of two
Florida bllnk.ngIonccrn: over 'I \ I, mediate icing: und! .cooking .is cam
the economic outlook interest live vice president First Nation I boat nearly heating the hpllont\ lo four pounds is possibleNewlvrn.
rates monetary' policy and ixlat- i Bmk Stuart; M. G. Nelson F11A out 'I here, too, the eye) adds to the

i' second Commercial vice president Bank and Panama president I'I'i f\KOl Ol MY: : president ol the 4-H (ouiicll 'icecius thc first prize award for the club float in the \\'hat is the I hardest-lighting! \ fish anglers Iroul rise pleasure to hm lure for he letup seas lor the Uslile I '" koul.i: hears. living! let,!-
Is>h? Christmas Parade Mrs Frank Loris piesidcnt ol the Junior \\onuns Club, ol the >K bears of Australia: are thn.
SEPTIC TANKS ( UN Donald T Scnterfitl of Akcr-1 I I sponsor in local waters? lor sheer endurance I and they wr. such heuiitiful fourth of an inch long al birth ind
Mesmer' parade presented the award rcccnllvWidespread: iiiinst! light tackle I (
man. Sentertilt Eidson I | a large( lash coming fnmi thai icy clear weigh, only onc-liflh of in mince
CLEtMU & REPAIRED: & Robinson association/ I legal I _.- --- - arl11nr.IJlle,! jack, crevalle in I he i walerthis.
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counsel mil Hind C' ill. FBX executive twenty-pounds and! up .class is I'rcc-: .
DRAIN FIELDS: ( RFPAIRED uee presidentWORLD'S ti"lllIy unbcat.ible It lies oil ul a I Is the season ol the vear

I AND RE-LAID --- --.-...NNNNNN.-- I New Recreation Is distance and! pumps against: )ou when the "specks" or speckled Hearing Aids
: ..... .. fry as sou may you cant (gam perch are abundant along !Si I III-
; I line .Similir endurance m shown cat (anal and in various ba\s\ along \ .-IN EAR:
Ray Cooke's Septic 1111'WLARGEST I by the large: ambcrjaiks, nf our I ake Okcichobee() : e IIHIINI FAR:

..'u..c care MSUUICI unraa ] Being Planned in FCD Areas onshore rev ft. \I\ lien the "porch are rising!, then : EYEGLASSROIY: :
, Tank Service Call For sinking viclousness over will lake a wet streamer tlv 01' it i ii TYPE
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PHONE AT 7-0651 sine visa autssl Rob.' M John... (three or four runs I ho falso albacore dawn toward the hsuum. a moll, : 5.it.ri..1, ." !
waosnrANrsNr[ AT or Florida, bonito his nor.r IcalhcT;, l .j"i-;
OR AT 7-9862 ) enn UK' to I dice lor this I I'roieel I ." He= noted! that I for its size.
......... i I the urciil niionthowier| .
I for residinu ilong the it would he necessary. for "'call The big maikeicl .
king oil
-- ------ starts are caught on small livi 11I1111'""'.
the 11, o v i' r 1111111'i interests to help pay for the like @
an express ( on one lung which are purchasable: .u but I I I II (
\ mm mini" u prey posed project) turner I ( also I then rather
lets itself
run. tamely stands en route to the I.iki' Also
: culling for. u coin thai opening up navigation/ hI.IIL'I I he rccli.il inMost I the prc-tcirul! gear is a long. shin II* VKING[ All ttMIRHntn. : :
of the sites lo the \Ncst Palm Reach ( anal !
access :
SOUTH i sluggish",( ? Urge grouper I tanc pole is ilk light nionalilanic.ni AppolntimitU! HO l-a MtTO
area. which: broad result in a faiilaslic recreation potential I and glint Ha bass or jew fish line. cork. spin ,h.1.Hld smallhook 05.5,6., A,.. Ft Pi.re.Pssaw. .
I / to coui us man) available 'for the people ol I Quickest\ giver! -uppcr alter a n In nt ilillerenl I t 'levels uiilil' la., AARF-NRTA
as possihle 1 lie third this coiinl as will other : :
) a.s counties initial) the :
I I I ] run: I jumbo I von locuti alucre lhcin
< I the connection including Martin and! Brow sea trout
I I I : ol the Upper Si aril:' I Little cousin to I he tarpon .utdlust
j with locks. or bout .
as lull of acrobatics in mmi.ilurc
1'1111 I Stock < ( it possible" for' pleas I Cases Filed in i ii : on light tackle,: the ladylish
I travel the entire length Varying the most fish to ,lishin r'
I I j after the Hood con: Let
the buttles lheput\ up, fresh Beauty
) ; has been completed i Circuit Court I run silver and yellow snook )Just
area located we'l11 in bout the sea (Oh nt) bruised
[JANUARY 24 I from .1 i point in I ((haiutr)) knuckles!) and the same quieted I
I I : north of .1 Iitus- down Muxik after it has been in. the I ;. Go to Your
1000 EXHIBITS AND T II R ) Pierce. II'rm I I loyd. C, I rny 1'1. I ouise liencI upper rivers three or four inoiillis n

Adults 75c.Studentsi( < .,",) ( I \ study (he board II I divorce Charles 1110' run gotten ii brown hack. or in pnrcfresh ,
eviC ia lima Young vs' Williamtmg.
i Follow the red up the water black hack and .
arrows opening '. Yn> divorce 1.I l' Monk u grc\ :
'10 ... : 1 : ( anal for pleas Jdl1te undersides. I Head.
: had : R Addison' vs Dorothy .
U S. 98BWest
Palm I J. Addison divorce, : 1 (',, llouk .
would cost more than Most .
: First Inn to catch although I tai J
federal and _
( ) But the K'D I lloird Savings I oim/ -
--- -- -- -- --- "oclulion of M..IIIII'unIV.
I riday at West vs Ifit1 "
\ when Ed Dili. KD Ralph Stephenson and JacquelineSlcphenson. \ DANCEVITII
I : : reported that hi i s wife mortgage\
tLIA' Railroad bridge over foreclosure, Mcltobeits and John A Smile'! lo :!.he' I,
R I be rebuilt/ with proj
federal National,' Mayljg Association
when this )is done CARL GRECO
'r I vs. I nc Kohlei' al
+ to allow aJJII Salon
mortgage! foreclosure' Oughlerxm Beauty
.I 1 I ; .n Ihn without i fact alone any cut in:: Scott and Oughterson_. Sr'YI.E:

I ( () ()( the original esti -- SOCIAL FUNCT10NSDINNESS
I used low-dosage! e'rcrll1lenl.111I urudialion to is 'being DANCES lOISkKISIOIIIKSIN. Open Monday 20 OCEAN: BLVD.I .

:I : (KM(he) lock necessary along: to with in perishable wilh foods I the process preserve nuns lIoul.. ...I....10.. Flarld.IIIflab. I I IL ALION (hiu. Saturday PHONE 2S744SJCHEVELLElby
compete canned: and I Iro/en
new water control: foods T.l.phon. 14*.117 I
the east end of the -
;A; S. Highway' No. I I.
S224.MX: ( () lock: ,, or a .
() ( ( ) pull on the west end I
111 :at Pumping: Station I Chevrolet
| Twenty Mile l end,
( plus an SI 11 I,.
4 () canal through I levee:

( i Conservation cost: of Ur, .fll"1 Area) if One of the things you'l like best about it is 11 models to choose from.

i and $14 .OIK) it' a

(Jack: ) llorner, vice
I CD said, the new These two Super Sport models areChevelle'.Ilnest. Chevelle'.mlddJo-or .line mirlpii,thus Chovello' most economical Mrtmi-
are not beyond rea I : Front buckut euli, Malibu, rvtuini many features found, but don't lot 1U guntln prlu Uj fool
7k.7468's have sigh hopes door-to.loor carpeting und an all. In the two Super Spurt modi'lu./ Like you. The 300 bias all Chevrolet' traditionu -
no"I I \'inyllnterior In seven colon A wide all Chevellt, It', r good! foot shorter value and relutbtlity. Full

choice of tranHmiiuiionn extra-cust than big cum, making It easy to park Coil iu pi>nnon.! Body bKUher..
1 TIME A high-performance engines.( Plus a and handle.Yet Inside It'.lurpriHin"ly Flu li- nd-dry rocker panels Your
1)UPON"T 501 I whole host o{ other opuonn.UCW apaclotu and comfortublu. Chevy dealur will tell you all the mat.aootAl .

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10-W""W."V. 14.fl.C.l' 10. ''h. .1,1.10" ..N.-l ftitiliiiHa.r 0'I Cnamplonihlp ",,"llnu in the eihl 'CneounlI I
*- WM' ... booth .... N.... I. ott rMBOMlbl Ito. Hill r. "Mod onto',. ThM.. Mr Mo. :"I: '0. _' 05110 thy l.boo. Governors Race
''Ab.n I ..m..m- .h...... 7 11 !Hlvhv.i.e HowymuawK..y "hobO tools World .'I Hnorulit "' Mo"o : In Southern Floridii, (11'1'' ', I

\WEDNESDAYJAN THLR.SI \Continued Ti3tt--7 rntf.nmllaii. l iHim TI... -t PI.,."., ,.. ,. .14 H".rct 'I.twin, ",*.III... Boort. hut while! this helpsin ,I'''
..1. 77 1 liNk It" 'l i Itr04:0.t:;
tt 8,'IS- 4 linrln, Snmnotr, Outlln/ I' IIInII"lp ,- some arms the diiti. '. '
81.10-4 Bout MI '11 IllS. 4 Aun4 .... ..
I o, iii. too or Art" ,, ,,'. y | > Slate Senator Fred O (IBuJ')
'; ,., 7 tloli Hup,. ,, ft "Tho ***".'" 'CI'.." from Ihe cIKu 1
MorningEli' son I M .ilr. In. I t.to.lto ,I'll ... -. Nt. '. "'''''''. W.h. iTwiti mndei suffering
It-It 8"rk La.I' 19 U..... Dickinton West Palm Bench
," .. I ,
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.. u Mono1* M4.p>itio 7 11Im' I". CI"0 t.t, .t unto I't. 2AIlo0SOo / ioo0.iNI lh.it has .
It -ft Tofliv Mo else-I ft.7 T. T.I1..t. 10. II....lIan .Py. ii& I'TiXv'ij11iMMiBHMr. n.nifiiS I i hit formal announcement in the drought ; tontinii I
T. To
10 9;1U 00 -II 4 Mov A I.Whwr,, A WorldAlum Boll:. for Ailnno" HUM M Mon...*. HKwllM pU ID-IS TIM PrlM h llfMID t t floOr 0,11thjiyb.Clml : ttSTtt' S.. governorship race in Tallahassee. I past,1 two years. jcconlint

*** in -Mm I Anthology'I.'. With( ,. .Itn"..."..*.." I' M,no-bit 4 Airn4. H......." II .. "N",.. Hit th. 'lx>nlyII I IJAN. on Thursday II S. Miles of Kissimmciot "
,IKlBM" so MfMlllir *."*,W 4th ll '> M..<.l' I PhObiC wloii of it. WMHlOiau Winter 01. ,_" ()f't-n-, ;; Dickin'oOn.ho was chairman I the lCD BourdI .
4,M4 114",1.' Wo.'ern,110' Slate Committee of 100
of the
104-5 Id Movl.OvirillMl. ..Woman. Tralli In RH" 7 11.' 10. 'A, y,,,otto, ,. A. V..t 10.01' I IbID -4 PortmllIti41 .115-1 101..110. k.plr..l. I .ike Okecchohec hi uI 1 1I II
K.r, 'hr It .. Stats lb. $t.rI : when one of it'. objectives was the
too.to n .. :
TlttV-ll $t I'Inman. :: 1
toi I .IClII.( "uare.mile111".1" i
Who Kll. I.
4 IS A Mnvl. "I! Wnniln/ W2'Lt 11.rp 'ilnf I
-l.... ||.r Now".. Pi. i lI.n h.I..o hoot I -" If.... Thtt ..fr. II ''II.:" Wtnikw, I....... tiee-1-7' OoatlMnUI Ohm_ ip.ioe university. approved by Ihe II II I 10 an elevation of I 12: V I I. .
4 'SO I Mnvl. Krol.Uiw In thi !'n." ... ..11-4 H"..... # ....u>7 "IIh10dt... t last Legislature! stated Ihat hi iI t s I level !this
K>Mli uon u> Ktfcloa'
1 7.1 Movl 1 7, lllih rH in Mlrhiy fit*-4-1 N.... W..lh .. Sport ** t.l Th* UcniMWit' .10-4 C.,.... .1 1k. Ar, 1 cimpniin| theme will he "One Sunshine pared with I I 11 I H4 'in I)'

I N... WmtiMtIS Is21'SIonm.tIItI I. *. Pnpli Will, T.lk"II Io.HolllMWItU' I.' COnU..t.1 m...... (Color) Slate." II i However: it 1 11 far shun
Tcnlcht with JohpuiIMW I
1.45Phoro..pl' Mo,1 I... 'Nod M'' MotIon'soobid 4 Th* fcfwii.n. .4t--11 .Ull.... bIgot.
; ;;" t..nt ID /Movl. "Kline K.mii'' ..! 1_ Hiaov ,ICwutl, ..41-4 Nwi I I. l.inlk "f lorida in I 1964 and the yearsahead I stage I of I 155 ilcsirtvl ...1 I Ieti' I''
20.0001 SoIl-I' ....h".' I Hit -i| JOH"h.h.-hrla". It-It. I..WMOM WlkW 7 Hun.hhw AlmiM/ I faces a world of severe competition
00 -4-8 N w. Itourt*. Wraitw II H... 4'Ot-lt Nook No. I -- ".7 Movki Unlll, Tlw. 811' tilt' III N... WmlkvrTlOO he declared "Our economy year.
N.W, ,: W,7K.. .|3O-4 N.... -S T-UU\-Y 8.10--. I'hll 8IK ..* --4 '.n..... l'liiyhu.TlJO ." the low st.ige of' .ilu' I Icatcs ,1
in Mtoolot" M.. "M...".. Ply, Nlphno D Huntlvy-llrlnhltf B-pnrt A lI.n IIo.IIw.t I Ink. Vnrlnly I" t I..,., anJ! growth depend upon our
7 10..., W..lht JAN. 19 bbo.lIll.' ,,",,,,,,,", 4 N.wIII" .that that there is liltli 1 Idischarges ,
-U Owimmtf 12 NimbI lot I .r .Ik. toll. Cnn.t1o414 loton 10 Intoir. ,nil,., :" .""".' I ability, .to surpass : competition. into (the Si, I
:15-7 boo Hunt Nam-'Wnr rronklMi Mornlnttill '10,411, -Itl.ll .... in.t .**..4 II Coonyd TI"'I (foreign countries arc fighting for
10 II..., W.....",, |pnmI N.--H".U.. Brmkl.yTiOO -4 funrU* .......... "Outlln, of : I 11,00' -4, D.l. III. II N... ross', I. 11,1 .1,0,0 ,...OIton tourist dollar-other state are dun Rivera cstu.irv tllIIll1' .
I i NM 4 HlK Hh'.w. "ho, M Red Ii ittorO ol Aol'bobal bhtOs-.IO our
NWIO Toot. It "boot. MI-l., "ne" tourist Hi
I A'. ," Fo._ : : I Our driveto current season I
.-,0N.. 'III KIi IbbOCh.pIonoItOt.. Wt..tltng I.U"4 1:010'.1.: kontnto moving at full speed
.. M inllry-Urlnlclry, rbportin t.il./ Iho. nnrtor ., 'curtvnnvlll. 11.11" I Moody. I It', ", I...... 7 Tod.. attract new industry is met by been no discharges.. lor I
Hum mmI 7 Motlo. Iiry tot Hnn.lo," ?:100-4 11,10 .7 (Jth,.. W.., ,iItI tHin's. ('....... .. (lour vcars u boon to I in
I ton inir nnnd I U llli'.hwny lulnil. S M. "err PInning I .10 r MotOr. "Ihi 0' i (,.to" II 8".1.. l'io..b/ I determined campaigns of our sister
':::4's--! 4 N W4-Waiter Ctvnkll I! ,,10 1 l),n".rmhn 7 7 *!* I III Movl,. ""',,"Oil ",.,. to I 11.1..1.." 1.55--IN r-oeu suite Our drives for an cdu SFNA10R (BUIJ) ) DICKINSON andrecortifldilstrtes hi,
//'w.. -Hunltrv. HnnHMy. toil' Tlw HlnUlonr. ICol..1) 10 VV'.t.rn Thrall* II .,.,II.h' 'I IhHtn, lite-It Oil., ,... Par. I __-- -
7 00-1 llMith V.,.., Daya I .,iQ. l It Traplul. 'f.."' ....' II 111... II ,:3I-'ft Wrmillni, fro. Tou.p. ',iM 1.7 Tony 80.. cation system of highest standards the determination! o ,excel I in ,ill
.. /tIonhlrh.onv, Hound '".11 ..n... blond "OS-II: mnnr 'l'lon. 1)0-10 Coronmlu 10 Bp.rt !I j it In It infancy. 'To he good today
n'.<.iint Hllkro tlM -4 r........ MH10Armwl ITon-M or.tl Pon..I." IOS; -II ..,eh'.h... 110 I "11 N.onlnn 1',.....".. II IhalIt' do We. much. ,excel I in order
',.7 Or. 'Klia (>-t Arirloulur.l tffutiI t ,teu i in not enough and will result
I 17 Hint' Art Atom r Ch.mnl.m.Hp Wn.Mblng .i4S III C 'rloi, Cinail o to attract the qualitv ,investment Salon
7' IO -I HIM 11"10' 'tots My Thn Ion tun tlll.b 4.-11 M..... N. I lust: 4 M,: .,, ..Lucky Jordan"r in mediocrity tomorrow I f w e 1 d dH
.Ite.Va must
II) Mg P'ntyod Pilot.. desire for our ...
'IO -- I Parry MMon we
: 7 rim Vlrilnlia' IC.lnrl) 0"M tool H.
"t Maid Firm I Florida I believe
I! IMWIC, mill. Hinncii lo.ia Jimmy /Di-nit Hhn. IIlun..". n.._ -S want the kind of the future who t''
00.0S (.til.'. tr" ,. ) t N II A V ; MOM" Kxyn .r lh. KlnidnnT' Pt I I attract people I in
,, Dhow' .iXA- -7 H...l (tlulurllt.ll the future we must
on Patty rink III 'II.IJO can he ours in
O/II:/ ; : M-II.Itt N.., .::00-' Co'.1 II. PnzoooS JAN. M Hilly will come to Honda.. because; to
< II The Cimr .
H iO To t,30 4 Pu l.
I l'.I I! "Th. I'urmir'i Dunrhtor" 10,00-4, l'hi N,,_. II....'.,... "...Id, //I M""I"w ['loyk.. ... do everything! better reside here will, moan living in .a. H of

0 00-4 H.vlrly HillblllM.i o-7 My.t.'rx' 'IhmliT. 'I I bun ClUJlllp I7lhhe bloom... Mo.r.hoglostoobi 10'-1 11.11., .", 'Excellence must he our goal! slate that docs not settle for mediocrity /
10-12 Kill ( (0.01.1
ni-nr .
: N. .n' W.stb.. ..7 lip Who.In within stile
;i ,i i I 72 Ron"f.,yIi30 Iota Kilh AlKn. Jill.) li MoroN' I lnyliaiiM, 7.100.-I, Firm AIIMM4 1.1/. ..I 1111.1' We must arouse our hut strives for excellence: .
tO .
> I
10:30: Ill l'mJ"t 10 -U Miirnlim Playnotilt .
Dick Van Dyli ...
I 00. I0lt -6-7 1'1..
I 1C -II I Our Man lllKCln.In l II P.... eltonhb, III Un.,. bob II N... 11,50.-s I /.0.. Lu., in government, business, and living
Noon, Wnihr-r. Knrt I,JO_t St., .'-. Alt., .,. .. standards.
00 4 Dinny Onto a. TIIMIu ( ''m. .' TM 6 Mono Or if(In IColurl. '
I:1 Icvt-nih H: uri ,II .NowiItllA .III, lIt Noon TtlS-4 D.v. < llollHll 7 Word for Wur.l (IC.'u,1' ) I III f'M\V-ContinuedEvralnf But excellence can only he
"i "toOth' "...11 ThootnoI II! N.*.. WMilhxr. BnnrU ,00AI'n' Show rlwm.ollli: .
7.30 4 t> lot' Tnnm.i Krnl.MJoV" 1:00-10 r.... n..,..
I l'h.n"lnl! II.. 4 "Movli, .. IMiM*. Mr. 11.1..." II 10 Cn..n TI 1'1..100"... I Curtoon c....,.. "". """ ."' IJO-l,: 1,1. hold. achieved hy and for H united florIda .
"11:00: -40-7-10 NIWI. W.ilb.r $.port* II.311--a Tonhrnt oils Johnny C.r..oIU.Ittpt M..nh" Id Hn AmilniriOH ;. MM.pu -one Sunshms State! Not I
U N...-Rill 00.doI l lII ( ) tilt-10 llnrl Huh II lIunri. 1'It.", r.7 t ,,iii.nntratlnn
I I 21 i MonO',. "Wh..it Wllll Oom a 10 MotOr. Hi- Ju ''
'I II. hinK Horn 'IMov' .10-4 IJ..I .P'.0UrilWOS HlM-4 Lov That 11.11 'Central Florida-I,owcr East;o t
10 Juv.nllo 'IhrotoI Wath r
II I 30 r..7 Tnnlrhi wllti$ Inh..., Caroitl IjSlO-t '* Hull..kl.' B-7 Ml.,lii Link. (Colurl 1 N.w. "
a bull.", Ilrrhv Mnvto HI rlr.1' Vmik In Tokyo" 'AllFlorida'
10 and West Coasts hut
; etc.
1,01 it NlrHwnioli
l.lvlni -
l I" Mlp. Jiy of u..1 C.tlv.. 10.11 Th. nbjrt 5oAt.oooo
It vnrllirht, ,h..... 4:OS-U Movl 10,00. -4 Quirk Draw, Mrflr.w : Now. .HO-li Comnwul ." BEAUTY CARENow
IZ.BO > Movl. It.. HHUIOI (tCoh.rf .:1-7 booboos
'- -- -- - -- I II Hit M..k
I tO-Il Nllthtwiteh. Moil I OiSO, -4 Mlnniy. Moui. lillt ....11..1 of ToOth |" Nn>., WMlbu, Bporw It's now a six-cundidatc race
11.004.5 N, ..
XL I Color: "
FRIDAY I I t-7 ( 12 N.<
01-11 Moot.TPIIIRSJAY* St30-.a Ion Your liIIIt" 6 Monty. .,," with imnouncrmcnts having
10-11 Th. Jinnuna ,. (:Io. tn My Ih' .,111-4 WMthw prior
-- - JAN. 24MontIni 7 ( 'Hoy 7 Ynnr Pirn Kolorl. ,
11100 I -4 hOn Tin IM Iml'"n| .::311N.w been made by ?M.lyor> Haydon By
... Ie t'ao.AoninnnII I 10. )Pv ,,
8-7 bonnli ISo M." \\1 "n Coy I Ilimtlry-Brtllklry Report
10.It (tiii-loonl,' Caitiff C.,100' Victory UapiMt Cruixl: Itiao 4 bingO Ian Tomornwt 13 M..lrk Burnt and Senator John E. VIRGINIA KINNF
JAN. 13Mornlnf 1'I.m.!' M Month\ n...pll 111304 Hoy R. .... .:00 -4 TMl, ll lh. LU. l .7 Truth or Con".|,",'"'. (Color) 19 booSt. lire ..f 'IS. Cold. Cout Mathcws. of Jacksonville Representative .
lobS, .4 Hiinrl" Hrmnlm "lntrodu.. 0-7 fury I 'lb. Lhrbtoiih.r' loll (..b.. Know. II,.' 6>4S-4 .._W.lwf ru..,.. PAULINE SIC.NV
lion lo Uliirn', 10 A"..,.. 1'1.... 7 TlmliroId 11.48II.ldl"n !l.lgl' 11 N,.K Frederick Karl of Day- TRANCES RIDDISII

(low. .. Monimjr *ifw|>t) 7.iw--it' "u 'Otto. Th..roI'.IOJI U ill In,. ana CwtllAflvmoo Pan Mornlnn Amoil.inII I",.....,,.. ll,"*-6.7-U N... ,,,00 lUwhlila Ion:i Reaeh Senator/ Scott( Kellyof
TiOO I 1'0-4 Lave of I.'If. I Vuol l H..rT
-II rlunrln Thir Movi.
900 4100,1,'. My rnvorllii lIIon..." 9: -H Ihi, 8....,. Hnrl 10 Movl.. 'Wild Kll, lll.kok lll.li." I Movlff. "Nniliin. .'. Dmi' "M Lakeland and Mayor Robert
9:JO-4'Mts.o 0 III. PrnklMni"II :
,,, :
7 Mt On II Irnnrain* /Kri I. II Hlihuiiy Putrol King High of Miami,
.,30 ., t....,kit' With 0.. 11,00-4 Shy Klnirt 7 llorlioni 1 hli I. th* I 1.11.. b oIls, \\i |>iuhl link Ti30-6-7: Mr. Novak __
AftorHo* HfV,NMt ,'..*!.,,,!! ; I Talk or ri.tti lobS "' ".or ."d II h.. 'OtO'V Won. lu-li ('omlmtII Ancienl I
RCA VICTOR to' '81'' II Motto4..ntt 7 Ynulh. unH th* !.<",. *10,4H-Illhl,4 'rh. I Ivlnt Word W,.I., P ,ii. 'r..I., 'I 1' n" ('''miMHi '00-4 Red IIhll]U>n Show Europeans displayed Featuring __

bOO, III M....... 'Ma', A.. Sooth Foolh'. 10 I'rajnrt HcuutU 10.00- 4 I. I"'nuj Foot Thom 8:30, -I You Dnu 8...y mi'tk'toe-not: is l .1 i kissing charm I
4'IS -, Mntip4JO Bii. ,. llnntiy, imp. My tao-ia 1'.'. 5,110bollI 7 hnirlurfil' Mlrkm Pedicures I
hut ulcers
t rilth ror Tod.I -- as a cure tor
: 4 M..vie. Th "h..h.1. l l Btury' I2i0t, -III ('ollr". rr..fll* 01,01, boil V,01n. N.,. 10-U )1.Hnl. Navy"
"Living Color"PLRItuLLtNCE TV Movlx ''fh. Vlolrnt' Houl. ta,11I-4 lh. lhr.. nuni.*lIli30 10 I 1"0'.81'11I1' Wo..hlp Hour 1,30-4 A. .h. World Ton. '::00-4 ttlcmit Jimfilori, ---- --- Relaxing Facials
8:40- It Hm '.... -4 Mlitinl Mallnra 7 tOnI' Talk H-7 RIhlld M.Hin. 8ho. :
: Hn't 10 30-4 look Up and L...
1.456 Florldi) CoodonnIIto I llullwlnkli (('olorl S Itlo PI.",,, II Mondnr Miitlnw 111-12 (Hi-talent Know, on Earth 7fJt I
Ion H.n..rl 7 1.r,,iill I.,.. of Hihh 7 ....... I Iluhl t ..48II.. My bunt-Dlirunlog ifolor) OS"aie
Khhln. W..th.r. Rportl I 10 lot l......to. In Krlrnr* 10 ,J..h," Worohlp B.. I,nil-4 ".....>r4 ., -4 Jack B.nnr ,
1,558.nllo. HnothrraEv.nlof 12 Amorl.nn IInnI.'nnd' ft., .Ut. Mnk n Ili-nl (Color ) 7 Dusk Fowill float.
: n 11.00-4 timorili n WE ARE .
Ililt' -10 Hcbnf. Ktuilln, IV. .. ... 2,2fl-10-11 N. 10:00-4 Jnrrr "u.r. Show
Hollo. m. II.41o" stan-i 11,,.... Hirti Hour Color)
12'40- 4 Mlmnl MHllnra 0.7 Hull T.lnphon SAl URn tY
"1 I 8:00-4.1 N..... IIpll... W*llir b 1100, 0.7 .:upl'irlnic; 7 10 lOot Thli I li M.v:U,.DM t., 1h* DnitoriII '.7 Ably Wtlllum" (lilt. w..k., (Color)
NW.... AniwwIt I I In .
ihr \10 KHlunlHy, Hop Day Court: in u Th. Puvlll 666
in Mnvlo. Uen.llln... Al Diiwn ID My Krl.nil fllik tlr.r p.ntl.t Churc Ion.N".. WMthw. BrorttllllO 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536
; 111, .0IIIIhl Jo,,_
ID Llia Howard ..d Wnmn'l N... .
6,10- II C.tnn.ntSoIl' N. .
liKV-IO I'
Amnrlrun ll.nil.l.n
I Ir 6 11I11,'.. "114..... '
: "t : -7 5.. Hunt M Know Your Illblat Corio lIar? 3,00, -4 To Tell th. Trull -II N.... W. thr Sportl
7 11..1. 01 -----
Ii 10 N.... Wuthar iport ,00-II Thi Tvxnn '.7 Inttto Von". ll Nmoio'.o' from HI. John thi Dlvlnn
i 11 101... 7 Wntrh, Mr Wl.,.r4 IN II. I'm hu'-11O' 10.12 (,on>ril I Hospital 11 'A Wonton', ).
II Hlvhwny. t>trol 11'50--7 IhlI.ncl, IIolI.t".. boothnr. on4 SiSUI: --4 N... ::t-.t'T: ;' .0th Joknp n'bo. : i ion"

1.3010.1./ .. Jouinvy S,30-4 Ertp. of Night I
I'KOVU- 5 'Th. 1'lcmx.r. D-7 V,1, 'Don I Itt .('..110.1) Moot, 1,1111. MinI.. ,04ik
\ \ I 'I 7 Chmnplnnnlilp $o.Itn.I Aft...... in.U QIC, ,'n for a Day :: 1'h\ 'W.. .. I :: I I I

a I 10-12 ('t..llu,r (,.,lf tlolm; ) 1:1'00-4: It..n. I "IIO--t 'I..... Storm /b2'SO-"O: M..I.I .
RCA VICTOR ..._1 MonwnU nf rlpuli. 1C ,idv MitlnM II Mntih (Inm. >mWEDNESDAY
3 00 4 Hurl.IU Plo 10 A WI... World 7 Mirky MOIL Club I S..WtIJ ...1t Soot.4O5lI I
S toll Mnlor Ad.,.. Trillmiitor .
Ch.mull.n.M, || WrMlllnr 11 I'.i. Kmlih M.nio
often a y- U 0 to.tpt,. lH.hll.h" 12,30: 4 Tnl Mack and AnwUurIt H.... 410, .,,"I Mov.lr. "Hull th. tomin.Tinn" - -I I
1.10. "' WIII", I4potlliiht on r.duc.llon: I II.
ONE-YEAR WARRANTYon 7 l'o" Shoot",'" 111'**n Mcnli ft t4ohn| Not,,, Cnn n..l.ly ,
all?! parts binding:: your color '" -'" '.h..I..hl.,, I n..I. llluhwiy. Patrol M",UP. linn. for Cn.."* JAN. II
1,01), 4 Hhhly T.ronl. 10.11 Major Adami, Tr.llm..tr ;; ;
picture tube! 4,ill I N... MorniogfR.to.
Diamond 6 I P000.0., | or th* Hook
Setting! 7 lti.lbAoo.Io'.o Niwiitand M Monday ntnilt ) I
EXCLUSIVE 0)0 ,,., ,,
I"") t0toJoIn.l. I'noH"| mon
\VuUli/ & Clntk: Repair o.llh" '4)-'10 Hr, Eiplonra, (rnrtoont)
12 1)I......... in Wo,, I ly Wo..dpwkr VOO-4. M.vl.. "A". Numbor. ('..
TV I I'fIll Jewelry Repair 1,1,11, -10 \\'. Want ta Know II Lir Tim liny'' .

10-7 Sooth mono I llollanit R.p.rt I .1(1.-10 AbC N... 1 Movl. "K.y. of th. Klnitilnm Pi, i
SM-lul/liiR! In line 1 30-t Hlblo 'rl.nilir<, *' *-II ll.hlnn, Writnir. (port*
and APPLIANCES | 1m 12 i...... nod. A.<..r. I.19-t Thli I. lh. PtonI.00001 Alton_
Stone :2,00- III *,I.,.. All.8lanin .
(San at Monday mtptt
Headquarter for Dhorlloni .,00-4.I 1'1.... Withr Sport. .
,211-10.11, N... Ull-lt Toi.lxht. Th. Niohl"to
"Living Color" TV STUART S,:10-4 Inoltl, Hpwlil ....Iu.* 7 Nwi Movl. Wriih.rin Hla.' boor ('.,. 'll.rk Mn.',. ''VoIio'y of thr l.lnntn,
III "lll' .' .uoO..lond Trallp
> .ovrylU .
725 Colorado 1 H Lmirl, and Rv. Hpnrti lra 4.30-4 Movln. gouth of St. laalt
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 3. -((1-7 UuM'luy "itO-U Comm.nt.. 7 Mnvl'>. "I Died a 1.ODD TOm.."
.. tilt 4 Four SI Rport Kola from
JEWELERS\ 10 Movl. A.lv.nl.ir. ,. of Din J...." 10 -N..., Wnthir Sport in YIIB! R... Mandingo
RADIO SERIES 11 Hporm HiKhlliihti, J2 N... I'oo-10 Voirl. Bear
1:30--1: OhIO N... b5o.o'r t,10-7 Hh.h.., Patrol I:45-* PboloiroDhrErmlnf
Sum Contlnen/a, Prop. 7 NIIO 1'1... 11:.... 4,JS-4 w.ath.r
R\D10 SFATION WSTU II Tat,, Ntir Rnollnl .::30101.... .is a narcotic and could!
53 E. Ocean Blvd. Stuart 4:00-4 Kv.rikvle.. .
I llintly-llrlnkly' Rport < 00-4-1 N.w.. Hport Weather
EACH MOM1VV 7:15P.M.: r>-7 Wnl.rfl, Ho,.1,1, nT Oolf 7 N'... ",.'ho' 7 Newi .nU Wemher. be dangerous
-- --- 12 Hrl.n.. All lOlt.. 19 Nliiht. lIt,. on, lh, Jolt ('..., 10 Movie .t Hl.. Mayor nf 41thII. I yourdruggist
4,30: 4 n"lel V.tt.n,' ,. t 4S-.4 N... -woo,,. ronlili". ....'..
111.13 M I. ('homll"n.h'p' C''I |.7-N.<...-Hurllrv, Brink' 'IryII 1:10-: li "mrn.nt-Art nreen knows its medical ,, .
Almost Everyone Listens To \V7 C 4 U--I N., ... Nwi, -Ron Curh... 6,It'-T lira JI"nt.Ad..nl"roII I Oo
1'00-4' lt.oid Vonloot., t:00-4 Mr K.Il Newa uses
TU.11' 0..? WIld. Kinolou, Colon" ) .
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6:10: Weather Across Nation 4:35: Road Show 6:10 Sunday Serenade JOHNS FUNERAL HOME

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I THURSDAY, JANUARY :23, 1964 Shrill Yammer

opinions expressed are thoseof
Published every Thursday at I 111 I I Last t- Ocean' Boulevard, Of the 'Media'Engulfs the writers If desired, letters

Stuart, Martin County, Florida are printed above a not dc plume
Entered as aecond-class mail mailer at post office at Stuart, Florida but never without The News knowing

Folks the name of the writer Let
MEMBER OF: ters sent in anonymously are filed j

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION \lo the waste basket.-The Editor.

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS along with Bill Britton of the radio station, to IIBERtLS: POIKIEStMMNGJRING !

GORDON LOCkWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS, Editor talk to members of the Junior Woman's Club Editor Stuart News I
LARON II CAIN about "How News Media Affect Our Daily
Advertising Manager Lives. When are the liberals in this

country going to wake the
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per yearj! two years fact that they are sending up to the \

$8,50. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) FRANKLY ALTHOUGH Bill and I both United States on a fast train to ,

Anywhere else! In U.S.A., $'00 per year, two years $9.50, tried nobly, I think that we did an inadequate Socialism and Communism-and t

Sit months $2.", three months $1.75. job on what may have been an impossible sub sending the freight bill to their i wl

Foreign and Canadian rates on application ject. The more I think about it, to do a proper grandchildren or children, who t tA
will be
living in a bankrupt nol-
r job would he like telling how the sea affects lion?

the fish in it.
We are now feeding Russia on
Constructive Ideas Are Requested credit, although they have never

I NIN NNINN. WE AMt RICANS are bombarded, assailed, paid! their old accounts Khrushchev -

saturated, soaked immersed to the gills in needs money and our smart

Our High School Stops Teaching of the so-called "news and communicationsmedia men in Washington will likely let zffj

," as Madison Avenue terms them and, him have it, so he can him us

except for the very necessary informative pub. with weapons we bought for him

Agriculture; Young Not Interested Mentions, like The Stuart News and The New Khrushchev says we should give

York limes, I do not think that it is a good up our Navy base: in Cuba and gel GIFT of the Episcopal Chuch Women ot St Mar>'s Church to persons of all dcnommis .",

With' the of' the heauli- thing out of Panama, and if we give I this altar in the quiet room ot Martin Memorial Hospital Funds tor the iltar candlestick
imminent opening ol' western Martin County arc devoted to fanning him lots more aid he may even
ful new Martin Count High School plant on ranching and dairying ask us to leave the USA md prayer hook came from proceed! of the Cracker Barrel Thrill Shop run by> the EC W

its si lyfive acre site just off Stale Road 7(>, I hen why the aversion. of the young to WE START off our breakfasts with horrible The hicucst! blunder in reci. .nl -- ---.---- -- -- -
we feel that it i is worthy of comment that learning about modern, scientific ways of making murders committed by people we have times was the bungling- of 'the Bay
and know bring our down with us whenwe dents and visitors in assimilating and entire stall I I",
never seen nothing about in the of cop) you your ,
there i lo he noticeable educational Pigs invasion and already
is going one u living from the land? What has given we are
teeming slums of distant cities; mayhem in reaping the harvest of that conic and do some exploring the areas interested rd't.I duction of the huge history l ,", ,
agriculture a "poor career image" in the mindsof
Panama riots of our own. Wish it was right now. 1 also thought that the ad lion
in Zanzibar in
; bloody ; spiked with error South America and Pan >you
There has hecn no agricultural or horticultural our students? the flagrant immoralities of cinema Richard Dick( ) and had put together for the Indian- 'I I his comprehensive cover., ,
instruction at Martin County High We don't know the answers but we do like Richard figureheads ama.Another Elsie Steenherg, town Company was very well laid not only entertaining and 11111'1111 i
School since I960(), nor is any contemplated on lecl that problems are posed which might well Burton, and Liz Taylor. ridiculous event is our St. Paul, Mann. out with an excellent choice of alive but will prove to he .,invaluable .111
When scandals die down in London fighting Communists
juicy i n
the new grounds he worth a serious survey and recommendations type source of facts lor nam
they pop up in another form in Washington other areas, while these enemiesare A RIBUTTAL ON:"
This is not the fault of the local by the Martin County Farm Bureau If with Again let me tell you whit a -including our staff which I n
systemor equipped American .
and what an irrational hash it all is when armsHow "ART AM tULICRfGIG
you constantly being asked for
the folks wonderful I think The Stuart 1111.1.
young are all planning lo to the job
of the state, which stands ready lo assist go it.THE stupid can our leaders gct"We ? LSItlK
cities and white collar analyze News has done, a job which causes nation on all subjects
get jobs, enter the
in education In fact professions
promoting agricultural ,
are daily hewing away at wonder somewhat Thank you for this outst. .; ",
(or sell insurance and rend estate) it Editor Stuart News: one lo why some m ;
agricultural education is the prime the Constitution and the
purposeof EVENING PAPERS paving Surely that letter last week from of our dailies cannot do as well, accomplishment for our coml11un.
strikes that notoriously
us a mighty selling job has
the extension system operating out of the poor road to Communism with the chips. ity
blatant because Jensen resident was a spoof Or Sincerely,
have find
University of Florida at Gainesville, and both been done on the opportunities of agriculture, they to something I think the editorials in The Stuart was it needle to and Robert de Marccllus Sincerely
a try something
qualified instructors and aid funds arc available the real basis of Martin County's and the different, more scurry or more titillating than News reach the truth better going? get de Marccllus, Knowlton Stuart Chamber ol
nation's wealth. the morning papers published, run scarehcads than and
any paper anywhere youreditorial & Associates Commerce
Love of the land and the know-how to that make it appear that the world is coming writer!; is to be commended I The Historical Society has fine Palm Beach Board of Directors
The have been art exhibits at both the Elliott
agricultural courses dropped, Museum
school authorities told The News, because of make it productive are the basic secrets of to an end-on subjects that will be forgottenby for them. aid: House of Refuge M. R. (Ronny) Nelson,
real growth here else tomorrow. Ervin Wagner NOTE FROM: lt\L'K President
or anywhere
through' the The
"lack of interest! by the students" There was Stuart Fla. and year. shopsin
insufficient enrollment in the courses to justify Somehow it docs not seem right that our Louisville, .Ky. the area have shows and exhibits Editor Stuart News: -- ..-., ..... "-Ot""l

their continuance new high school plant situated in a county ALONG WITH all the murder, violence especially during the winter Please accept my warmest, con

where agriculture is so important, will not and fear that is common newspaper fare, we SAYS EDITION! : 'C.RF\r; The newly formed Riptide Players gratulations on your fiftieth anniversary LET'S LAUGHA
Not enough of our young people are interested teach it-solely because of luck of student interest are treated to glib, tongue-in-cheek agony COMMUNITY: .SFRVICt' are making an excellent start edition. It was "Well

in farming, cattle-raising, citrus, flower Again we don't know why, but commonsense columns by glassy-eyed women advice editors, They are just a year old and I am Done!" .."' .. ... .....'"
growing, forestry or the business for Editor Stuart News: sure they would welcome enthusiastic 4
nursery tells us that it is well worth looking who invent most of the letters they answer. Sincerely
these activities to be included the curriculum I would like to lake the opportunity help The Variety Show fellow
in Into. What is the basic reason why our young Along with gory airplane and auto wreck pictures put Russell D. Hauk young just o ut I ol
to express how supremely on yearly for the benefit of the school
This is an unusual stale of affairs at a time have lost in got a job as a teller in 4
people interest the traditional medical advice is peddled by pscudo-
satisfying, impressive and Retarded Children's
completein Society is a THEY: WIRtl) os hmk The first day on the joh
when agriculture is taking a stronger positionin American way of making a living from land? credited charlatans and the comic pages arc scope and coverage the fiftieth humdinger:' The Woman Club READING U>ITIONPresident's the cashier tossed him a package

Martin County's economic picture than ever We will welcome written contributions on on a moronic level.PERHAPS Anniversary Historical Edition of hit nnKt.imlmff musical nrnur. ms_ of bills 'Here," he said, "
before. Mower-growing in and around Stuartis this subject-and, hopefully, constructive sug The Stuart News was to me. These.. are only a few of 'the many Editor Stuart News, these bills and see if there m

one of our biggest producers of Income and ae\tionfrom Martin County's farmers, flower the most criminal offenses are Accomplishing what originally cultural activities in the area. (Via Western Union): too,"
jobs. Citrus is on an economic As appeared to be an insurmountable should the business Congratulations to you, Mr.
upsurge growers, dairymen and Why and
nurserymen committed on the "food where all sorts Lockwood The youth started counting Hi
pages and all
on a magnificent
the county grows and more homes are built, Because, unless the trend Is reversed, there project really speaks well for youas professional people be responsible to .
of offered such up fifty ight,
unpalatable are as Just read stopped
recipes job ,
well Maff who every page eyes
the demand as your for this socallcd lack of cultural
for ornamental shrubs very
landscapingand "ain't t be left but the old folk
gonna nobody counting and threw the
Swiss steak covered with crushed pineapple, much have borne out confidence enhancement? Where the tired but hearts happy for you.
your are
estate is increasing Vast t areas down on the farms"Nothing glazed hum with roasted marshmallows stuckin in faith in their abilities artists? Your paper should have "been chosen a drawer." "No sense counting

it, and other such abominations. Some house We are all like little walking If the business and professional with our Constitution as one any further he commented to the

wives actually read these recipes and innocently pieces of a great jigsaw puzzle people got together, assuming of six best in the nation. We meanit. cashier probably"If right it's all O.K.the!so far "it.i

the awful concoctions for their families You took these pieces and put they had time after earning a living wa\ -
Like It on the Earth/ Before/ prepare. them together beautifully and attending several civic meetings Charlie and Louise Roberts, Coffey a Grounds, Coffeyville, K" a.

meaningfully week checks Atlanta, Ga.
a making out ,
xl THE TREMENDOUS outpouring of news- Thank for After keeping the dinner \I" ain i
you a great com for ads in this program and that
World's paper, radio and TV emanations prevailing in munily service. this charity and that, serving gratison DtLRtY: RESIDENT: the oven for more than
Largest Building Rises; our nation today, all attempting to influencethe Sincerely, hoards of the various church ENJOYED EDITION: hour, the wife finally phoned luthusband's

reader, the hearer or the viewer one Stephen Schmidt, and office Look, dear
wayor civic organization-and got Editor Stuart News:
Is It Moon Madness or Sensible? another-and we might as well include the Director, "the bull rolling where would Mrs John DuBois ordered us she snapped will"as soon as you i,In
get call
Martin away you please In
County Historical they roll ifJean
news magmncs, putting tremendous a copy of your Jan. 9 edition andit ambulance with
a good siren
pressures on millions of Americans All contribute Society Martin HupfelP.S. just arrived' We are deep in and home "

The ancients had the theory that if anyone or lunacy only the future will tell. Proponents to pushing us this way or that as to .: We have all known for history now and enjoying every "Don't get in a hurry"?
illS f'ORV Em nON be ridiculous! snorted
looked at the too he became 'moon what what think and viewpoints years that we need an auditorium. article and photograph I am so
moon long lo buy, to even on .
claim that it Is a mailer of pressing national MAY TURN TIII-M And how about sidewalk art shows happy ith it. I friend husband "I I can make ,il
am to
struck pleased see
Pale Luna's fancied
influence on which w. would do better to exercise "
humankind prestige that we should beat the Russians to a INTO: 'EXPLORERS'Editor every Friday and Saturday in Memorial that the Jonathan Dickinson story most as good time in my own car
resulted in the words ''
"lunacy"and our own judgments about ( or Woodlawn Park You i is told this issue Possibly, his wife agree 'I
landing on Lunu and that this I is first Stuart News: in too Congratulations -
"lunatic"Within a slop We couldn't just renew our sub roll it. Ah'm tahred,1.M.H. to you and and your stuff sweetly "but (the advantage ol the
two and one-half years, there will long dream of travel from planet to TUB ABSOLUTE height of it all in our scription to "our" Stuart News for an excellent issue! amhulance i is that you can hose

be: a new landmark on the Florida coast, the planet All that seems rather airy stuff times, was reached by TV when it brought a without telling you how much we \\ORDS Ol PRAISE Sincerely, it wait for you in front of t thehou'oONews

largest building in the world a structure fir It would appear more valid that the moon murder into millions of living rooms with Us are enjoying the anniversary edition ROM I Dh U\RCU.I.US' Miss Betty Reed. Harrison Ark

greater in volume than the Great Pyramid of rocket Is an indirect approach to the possession depiction of Jack Rubenstein shooting Lee The historical issue is help. Editor Stuart News: Dclray Beach Football coach

Cheops in Egypt ((96,000000( ) cubic feet) or and operation of super-missiles superior to any Oswald Past that point no "news medium" ing us get to know some of Martin This is to tell you what a terrific her that football develops: "And ,mdiviilualil rcnicii"' .

the Pentagon ((77,000KM( )() cubic feel.) others in 'the world. The Russians state that can go. It was the limit-'tiniest some opportunist County's background and has job I think you did on the hislor- !SPECIAL IIVMBtR: : LD1IION PRAISES: )., initiative and leadership
Contract was signed Thursday by the they no longer have any interest in the moon some day projects an H.Bomb falling a mudsus the even more sure that we icul edition I am sure that it will Now get in there and do cxacth
picked right place to build he of
Canaveral District of the Army Corps of Engineers race, will watch with interest how we put few seconds before it hits retirement home. We intend our to County very and great will value to Martin Editor Stuart News: as I tell you."-Bulletin, Green
greatly help resi Our heartiest
with three contractors, for constructionof men on Luna, with even more interest how congratulations to wood 1 Miss.
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a cavernous, fifty-two-story assembly building we get uncut oil again IT IS a wonder that any of us manage to rand

for the nation s first moon rockets Be that as it may, you can be Mire of one remain even parity-normal under the barrage

This building ill cover seven and one-half thing: similar huge missiles" ( are being con. of stuff that we "Invite into ourselves:' Economy Mo yes Are Heartening this may be one of the reasons why the

acres and will have more than 125.500,000() structed elsewhere not necessarily to be mined That is the secret, too. We "invite it in," don't ; firm showing' such a healthy balance shed

cubic feet of spice It will be visible both at at the moon.Animal. forget that. You don't have to read it, hear How About Since it is technically on strike the road docs\
Down 'Civil
Orlando and Daytona Beach and for fifty it or see it-except voluntarily Cutting on Spending? not have to maintain non-lucrative schedulesbut

miles at seaNothing. has been able to concentrate its energies in

like it has ever been built by Rescue League SEVERAL YEARS ago I spent ten days President Lyndon Johnson probably made The Prcldentavoled desire to hold hauling it is paid to haul.

men before. Within it will be assembled the in a little community off Great Abaco Island himself a lot more friends than enemies among federal expenditures to a is laudable Today one crew of four men is able lo runa
huge Saturn V rockets for powering the first Deserving of SupportThe in the Bahamas There were no morning the taxpayers when he advocated some much- in itself: and it is rather refreshing to note full freight all the way from Jacksonville to

American astronauts to the moon The cost Ammiil Rescue League of M.irtm papers, evening papers radios or TVs At needed reductions in federal spending that he would pick the Defense Department Miami. Before the strike, the railroad was n"
of the building is $63,400OO)() but that Is just first I was very restless and had a hard time asa quired by union rules to hire three full crews
County is conducting its ninth annual drive Not being military experts, we won't try primary area for closer scrutiny. The feeling
a drop in the bucket us to the cost of the moon for funds enjoying my breakfast and my supper, wondering to pass on the wisdom of cutting buck on any all along seems to have been that the expenditures of five men each (the fifth man being the nonworking -
venture itself, loosely estimated at "between what no-account, unspcakablcs whom I of other fireman) in order to cover the same
particular phase of the Defense departments be
might trimmed
twenty and forty billion dollars" We highly recommend this organisation. did not Know had murdered other people I Department'sheretofore little but ground. Not only has this resulted in enormous ,
planned In 1950 a Defense never! In fact those
Whether hat is being done is good sense The women kindness who and are compassion Us officers, have in providing demonstrated did not know in Boston, Harlem or the Chicago Gen. Omar Bradley weapons then Chairman systems of the who have called for reduction of federal, expenditures give better payroll savings, but the line is able to
slums service
It has
----- a shelter for homeless animals and in finding Joint Chiefs of Staff, stated that $I3 billion have been: hit hard by politicianswho thirty minutes each cut out two stopsof ol
homes for abandoned was adequate for national defense In 1963 claim that such a move would ruin our for the purpose
Hank Deposits Show pets WLRtL "on the brink again," with the dollars, this would be $1473 billion Adding national defense changing crews.

Growth of the Area It was a forward move last year when they atom bombs poised What was the ,situation another 50 per cent for the increased complex The vast "civilian" complex, being subsidized Savings have also been made in the office
moved the facilities from the
citycountydump with Red China? How about the Berlin Wall? staff By
ity of modern weaponry, it would still be only by the taxpayers, is estimated to reducing overhead and letting un-
Martin County hanks had on deposit at the sue to a modern shelter erected on AIA Next day, when I could not stand it any longer, $22 billion Yet today's defense budget approaches people nearly $24 billion a Costthe needed workers go, office help payrolls have
close of 1962 total opposite" Martin County Fair Grounds, I asked of the natives if there yearapproximutely been cut from
a ol $21 .187,000) in round one was any an astronomical $47 billion half of the annual Defense $13,000 per month to $2,500
figures At the close Pe..onslh". want to aniinati, treated fallout 1 Budget. per month
of 1 1963, the total in see protection on the islandhatt The Constitution authorizes an Army and That figure ties in very closely with Gen Bradley's
deposits was 524,381.01Kl( ), according to the with care and kindness, and not abused, woulddo fallout he asked. In actual fact, the
Navy-in other words, an adequate defense estimate adjusted for 1961. And all of Florida East Coast i-
Florida Bankers Association report, which gave well to send a membership check in tiny structure which, in modern times includes an this "fat" has nothing to do with the strictly proving how efficiently a railroad can be run

us a gain of $3,194000, or a little more than amount to Mrs June's E. Brock, Treasurer, "AREN'T you afraid of the atom bomb?" I Air Force and various types of ballistic missiles military activities of recruiting training and if it doesn't have to hire union crews, submitto

IS per cent. Animal Rescue League of Martin County, asked. "No," he replied "We are so unimportant But what should definitely be examinedis equipping, in which the Department should be union rulings and bow to government super

The average gam for" the slate at large Drawer 335, Stuart. It is tux-deductible. that it wouldn't be worth the effortto the use being made of the $25 billion differential solely engaged vision. Its a lesson the rest of the railroad

was 7.6 per cent. drop one on us" between Gen Bradley't estimate of This is the area to which e should like losee industry would like to take to heart.

Our deposit gains were nearly twice the an adequate defense and what is currently being the President turn his attention, for this If the well-being of the nation were to be
average in Along ith u population Incorporation Studies AFTER about" five days I made a marvelous appropriated. area otters no peril of unwise disarmament. considered as a primary factor, the nations
growth estimated at 29 per' cent since 1960, Form Sensible discovery It was like the peaceful withdrawal railroad managers should be encouraged to
this is a most encouraging trend Approach follow the lead of the
from a strong habit that had me in its Florida East Coast

..- -..... Kobe: Sound Chamber of Commerce I is the clutch I Ilas gelling along without the "com

most t recent to conduct an incorporation survey munications media" and l actually enjoying myself The
All photographs reproduced in The Stuart for a Martin County community As Dr. \\il- F.E.C. Strike Is Unpopular, But Line Chemical Head Declares
are suit unless
liana G. Myers, president of the chamber suid, .
otherwise- credited. such surveys are simply for the investigation FURTHERMORE, Ilas "at peace with Operates For Profit Hauling Freight OnlyColorado Foreign Aid Saps Dollars

of the pros and cons of incorporation, not myself and the \I" ld"I_ was not worrying (Human Events)

necessarily to push the city government idea about things that I could not do anything Another myth about foreign aid-that most

There have been similar surveys at Indian- about nor was I saturated with ull the evil Spring (Col) Giuette Telegraph Indeed, things are going no well for the foreign dollars are spent in the United States

The Stuart Newt will furnish photo prints town and Jensen Beach In neither case did and violent occurrences going on everywhere. The executive branch of the governmenthas Florida East! Coast that the federal !government not abroad-was challenged' last week. Dr

of alai up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture incorporation follow, but the residents all hada sought to intervene in the situation which demanded that the company rehire all Lewis E. Lloyd, economist of the Dow Chemical
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 has arisen In the struck Florida East Coast. of the men who walked
chance to review advantages and disadvantages PEACE, wonderful peace; how long since out They are sup. Co. told a House! Committee that in fiscal!
for the first print and $1,00 for any additional That is the sensible aproach you've enjoyed peace of mind Railway. When some 2,000 workers walked posed! to be put back on the job for a sixty- 1962 about 84 per cent of total aid was spent

print ordered from the same negative at the off the j job last January 23, the railway rolled day 'cooling off"period, just as though no outside the United Slates He deemed it a big

tame time; larger sizes by special quotation, up its sleeves hired some ex-factory hands strike had occurred. factor in our critical dollar drain.
Stuart Newt employees will not take photographs ITS A pleasant memory, although it did and some college boys and kept on operating Ever since the walkout Florida East Coast
Old traditions die hard the Indians
: start lust
except for the newt and advertising not long, I guess the only way to avoid Today, after nearly a year of running it has concentrated on Us freight haulmgs
ed fires by rubbing two sticks together and the shrill
yammer of the media is to whereit has 700
columns of The Stuart News go men on the payroll, most of them far 700 men now operating with nearly
modern Americans start hot as complete Civilization is the of
isn't. borrowing
arguments by Horrible thought: it may be there younger than strict union rules demand and service process
.. 1 rubbing two fenders together by now the line is as was maintained' prior to the strike. from the unborn to pay for the debts of the
operating in the block, I Passenger service hat been curtailed, however, nonexistent.IDIlt .


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Names Committees for Coining rear L. Remson I men sniooi PINS TTTF STUART (Florida NEWS
'County \ IO lALLVHASMh: I hurstjx) .2.l!;. 1964 Sol <

'! of Plans I Preliminary High School plans have for the been new siiiilo Mr Faulkner niece, Mn Harvey -
James D. Held by Jupiter :
Installed Head
Payne school authorities in lallaluwee ,I II Archer, and Mr f /xrcha. ot

I I The Jupiter Worsens Republican \ High SchoolJohn I I lor approval following the piesen Hugh Street. last week The Fault-
I lit u>n lo the C'ounly School: Hoard tiers ire spending the winter i n
Of Chamber I Club held its "l aunty Affair" I I la'teell... St Petersburg.
Jupiter-Tequesta nwcting Thursdav .it the home ol 1 Runson. chnrnim of The first phase ot the school,
Sirs Fred Michaels, Ocean Dri'e.wilh i Palm Beach t l1unt', Board ot !I of thepresent I Mrs Grace Phillips of VUshmglon -
which be southwest
I is
i :
Mrs Neils D C., is the nf !Mr
eid presiding i w..1Ihe guest speaker guest
installation and to face on
Judge Russell Mclnteish instilled Carl Bites. depots tax assessor! I I and Mn Ellis MieUltaion. at their
\ hamber will
Jiipitcr-Teuiiesta of Eighth Street provide apace
the I olficers und directors of JupiterrequestaChamberot home in
NEWSA. of Palm Beach Count*,. uninformative Waterway Village
1- gave for MO pupil in seventeen regular
C ommercc JUPITER cottee 11 I Teeuos| |*
in .in impressive ceremony Tuck- talk on the mechanics )' Club on SatureluvHe I and special cltisnrooms The site Mr. and Mn Joseph IXrrv mil
of his office He ilso .talked of for it is being cleared and graded their son and of
daughter Palm
day night I MRS. ANNA MINEAR: Correspondent Phone 746-4643 some of the tax practices of the l presented: the plans for :the : at present with completion set in Point Drive spent last weekend
Jupiter High School, assisted i
Judge Mclntosh pointed out that ,, {past "fair and iirriur" that \were I I September, 191. with Mr and !Mrs Jimci (oth-
the Chamber of Commerce "u the I aala..a .tart.r...we ... au srawtarwitaar..eeU influenced by politics Anyone George Nolaw'. architect 1 for i
ran al their home in Mi.inn Springs,
heart of the community: u pumps who has a tax problem or would building, telling of the long
lite blood into the community and like further information. invited that had gone into the plans Science Fair Is Merrill Crew\ of Ale.m.lrtl.i Vu ,
Mrs. DuBois Thrills was I
Mn I brother, will 1 be
the (itirc-ns Committee. DcTrys 'i
builds" it into a living vital; orgtn- to his office for help i ", and Mr. \'olawKemson \ school : Set January 27 guest al the Derry home next
.ism IntallCllere: James D'I Robert Johnson, one of the two weekend' Mr Merrill who is graduating -
Payne. president; Junks A. Republican members I of the Palm discussed (he milligc A Science Fair will be hold at in hospital ..idministntionfrom
sui. first vice president: Neil DuBois Club 'Old Beach County School Board, 1..11..1ed 'ilrccl.'I'T". \ which is at present in liti Jupiter School on Jan 27 at 8p ( \\ashmplon, University
second vice president: Pit on Days'Mrs about the new high school to : ,,". I he need for other sources .m.. All science: departments of 1 in the plans to internat
Snow Jr, treasurer: Anna Mi- I be built in Jupiter lie spoke of I t school income than the ..Idlit. the Junior and Senior High School a Miami i Hospital following I his
near recording secretary) : and directors the urgent need 'tor citizens to be !! I Lives and the inequality of will participate, with teams from graduation.
Dm Bardcn. I 8.! M, Dukes I Bessie DuBois was the guest I cial hour were Mn Myra Lloyd informed on the prl1.nd cons of = lax I burden led the school board the ehemistrv and physics departments -
Robert Harp,, Dr V D. Stone.I I speaker at the Woman s Club meet I Mrs J. J. Meska and Mrs Robert selecting a court) school: supcrm- : advocate u !sales I lay. he said I He giving tlcmonstrations, Miss Susan Brown returned- tn

Harry Findlay Roy Rood Marion ing at the Town Hall Tuesday evening Lungdon the voters lo put men in the the fair will constitute the Jin- Florid i Southern Ul1IvcnilyWedncltay. on
Taylor Alfred Weeks. Jack Rob Mrs DuBois, who talked on Mrs Violet Williams of the Educational ': : who" will Like action nary meeting of the Parent I leacher I Her mother Mn Tom
!ion Robert Sylvester bllard Clark Department of the Palm Grants : :\ this need since tt must come Association. Brown. and aunt Mn. James Spitzcr -
James Watson Laurence Kane the Indian River Steamers- Beach County Health Departmentwill Tcqucsta state action drove to Lukel..ndlith her.
and W K. Hvotlamc cm tied! her audience with her authentic be the guest speaker, for the Building Permit Jl'I'I' It R ('IIRL's11tN"
Palm Beach Commissioner stories of early local history Jan. 28 luncheon at Howard John : ". SPVRK lit \IS SCHOOL RtGISIIRS: Nelson DoreMinis of Denville
County son's, Mrs H.inlcy announced Tequcsli Village Council granted : i ; VSMHIVIION! N. J.. and Hilmcr (rill) of Pavsine
E VanKcssc-l 1 &
told the Jupiter ('hml lll1 School a nl'n.Ilel1l1rnin.llil'111 -
N. J.. were the guests! of Mr.Issremus's .
about Palm Bench County'splanned a building permit for changesand )B \ and
group Mnarringlon 1.lrkd kindergarten
Mrs Russel Suteliffe, club president I brother George Doremus -
exhibit at the New York Uusiness; Women additions to the old Thomp'nArarlmen" 'll as president! of the Worn- first grade held in the Southern and his ,sister Mn
reported on the County Federation on Seabrook Road Harvey
Vvorlds Fair Held Assentation of the Preslnter- Methodist Education Uuillinll11
Meeting 'Archer and their families I last
Committee issignmcnls! were I meeting in Nest Palm I Tho first building on SciihrokRoad C'hureh-in-the'l'ines tit their Town I H.ill Avenue, has! announcedthat week

given to the following chairmenby I Beach which was attended by Mrs Helen Miner. president of r beside the Scabrook residence on WllIe"l..y.. Others registrations for the second
President Payne: membership I Mrs. Suteliffe. Mrs. Hanlcy. Mn i[ the West Palm Beach Business and and long a l.mdn1.lrl., u i is now the I / with Mrs !Stark are: Mrs semester will be held on Jan 23 Mr and! Mn Gordon Siraub

Marion Taylor: entertainment and George Miller Mrs Alvin BUllerI Professional Woman's Club and property of hompson, daughters ) Sorelen. vice president: 1'<1". in the school of I'errhurll.. Ohio were guesu\
I B (lark, advertising, I ,I Mn Marttu Pace past district I Sirs Dorothy Rankin and Schaeffer; secretary: 1'<1". tit the home of Mr. and Mn John
Grogram. :lpu iICI;) Anna Mmcar, I field and Mn J. Howard Cox. I director were the guests of honor Mn. Mary Floyd Construction I ,- Moore, treasurer; and Cir JURt1'n: 1IIIRK: : Licb on WednesdayMr .

civIc afl.urs. B. M Du"ebro.: I The club assisted at the Sabin I II 'I at the Thursday night meeting of I must start within ninety days according : leaden;. Mrs T. I I.. Hirnngton .
and Mn !
Paul Humphrey anJ Mrs Everett Pierce of
chure. AI Weeks and harry Mil Oral Immunization Sunday at Jupiter the Jupiter BPW to the permit Mrs. lames ('hllrl>clkd.
I :: of San Diego, Calif, have been Wilton N. II,
ler: streets and highways ken Hyollainc School: It has approved the Mrs Moyer led an Informal discussion -I' The. council voted U> help" Jupiter \ Stark has announced her :the; guests of Mr I and Mrs. James I month with Sirs Hirne are spending Phipps at a

industri development I Nation Federation project whichis I Ii on club projects and asked' Tcquesia Junior Citizens financially chairmen as follows: \\utson' at their home in \\aler- her house, on the Loxahatchec..
Neil DuBois, waterways, James i the building of a National Museum for reports of projects by the local and also discussed (the .. Jameshile., program, Mn, way Village (this. pa,1eck..
Watson: budget Robert Harp, Pat in the base of the Statue of group The national project on the I plans for the new Villige Hall as ', Rice, world service; Mn Mr. ami Mn Clirence Schlackiof
Snow Jr. and Harry Findlay; signs, Liberty problem of "High School Drop- I presented to them by' A. D Alder ('. \\ilkinxm, fellowship, and Mr unit Mrs J. WeltolFulll.: Chicago are visiting Mr and
George Schluscmeyer: and Dan Mrs. Edna Blankcnship, Mrs. W. oul\" was discussed! man. The Village. Hall is to be .. Robert Sylvester, Ih"nilld' ner of Port Murray N. J., andPittsburgh Mn Carl I Schlaeks, Riverside
Harden: public activities. Jack T. Picrson and Mrs B. Neih.irt, Mrs Julia Yates of the Jupiter : built this year. '. N. H, were the guests 1 Drive
Robson und Boh Sylvester: motels I High School: faculty, will be in --
were Hostesses for the so-
and restaurants Lawrence Kane, charge of the next meeting on

and communications. James Payne coxsr (..UKJIVU feb, 20.The .
The annual dinner stance, at Te- :MIT Al CLLBHOCJSb' next district meeting will be
que-td ountryCluhwasannounced on Feb. 2 at Fort Pierce
for Jan 24. William Chappcll, The Coast Guard Wives Club
Ocala former speaker of the Florida met Friday at their clubhouse with Zoning Ordinance
House of Representatives, will Mrs Dorothy Sweeney presiding IIf
be the guest speaker! Committee reports were heard Now Under StudyThe } A HAPPY CHILD
and the revised bylaws presentedand f
Planning Board, the Jupiter i
accepted Mrs. Alma Calvert
been i
Mrs Frank Hand who has Commissioners and
her Mrs Robert und Mrs. Nancy Tmdall were hostesses -
visiting! daughter frSt
Building Inspector James! Y. Duly f,
for the evening. A potluck
Schiller Pine Drive and Mr.
will be held the home of met Wednesday evening for intensive -
Via, Schiller: has returned to her homein supper at of the ordinance.The .
Ontario Canada. Mrs Anita Sullins al the Jan 24 study zoning
proposed ordinance i is the s
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---- result of many month of work

a! ." ,.. 0( <' ,,' C'ommissioner Harold Corwin said
and completed maps show the designation
WAREHOUSE OBITUARIES of all zoning The newly- ;

annexed areas are shown on the I
new maps I s
Storage by IIOWVRI BV1K CONRAD: Planning Board members are: '
Phillip M. Weaver Kenneth Hyot-I
Howard Bite Conrad fifty-six! I
Day Week of 369 Cedar Avenue died Saturday lame. Mrs John Zeigler, Paul Rath

Month Year He is survived by his widow and Charles KalisWarriors .

Dorothy M Conrad: one
USED IIIRNITORF&r: daughter Mrs Kay D !Shmlett' ," ZoomIn FUTURE

APPLIANCES I both of Tcqucsta; one son. William Basket Games
AH, GOLDEN GAlE H. Conrad, Overland Park Kans.;
one sister Mrs. Genevieve K. Rut- Jupiter Warrion raised their i J 'J r. a

tie of Seattle and three grandchildren standing in the South Atlantic Con
ferencc last\ \week with a Wednesday
Funeral arrangements were in victory of 72.44 over LaSalle
charge of Lake Worth Funeral High' and a B-team win of 52-37;
Home and on Friday they Mt back Miami
Military with a 70-52 score
rt LAt.RLtE: : BLOCKER Jupiter his won five in \seven con.ference '

Lee Blocker, games and has a 5.4 stand
Laura seventeen a Y r,4, "
who died Sunday Jan 12 from ing over-all The Jupiter B-tcam et y's

injuries in an automobile accidenton i J :
the Jupiter Island Bridge, was 67.43.WOMEN'S Make child's future
: buried at Jupiter: Cemetery Friday, nu.ow: SHIP r your bright. .
She is survived by her parents
Mr. and Mrs William Blocker The Women's Fellowship of the

vA I Sawfish Bay Jupiter her maternal People's Congregational Church '"""t'tlll Open a savings account at First
grandmother, Mrs Paul Cone of were entertained at a luncheon. i

i Jupiter, three sisters Mrs Jerome Tuesday! by the Mayflower Circle. a
For TheBeatlty Strickland. Meridian, Miss, Mn Flower-decked tables were set in

I T. Michclli Akron, Ohio and the parish hall Mrs Iheresa Albrccht : ,-' Federal and add to it each payday!
of/ I Anna lIe. Jupiter; two brothers presided at' a brief i businessmeeting
William Jr. and Gary, also! of Jupiter before introducing Mn
You In 1961 John Scarlett the speaker, \whose '

I' Miss Blocker attended Jupiter topic was "St." Paul Letter: to the .. a Watch it !!!
Technical Phillipians! ,
Come School: and Webster" ____ __
: School in Lake Worth

To I

John W. Fulk ninety-two, Beach ,
1 Road Jupiter Island died Jan 13, S
PelicanBeauty I following a long illness. 4a/aIMY4 y e ) c w

Survivors include six !sons: William LIQUORSFree
of Albion Mich, Warren of
Salon I Washington Ind, Kenneth of
Homer Mich, Robert of Michigan -
Evening by Appointment Center, Mich., and Carl of Ice Cubes

Myrtle. Clark Claire Scranton Clay C'ity. Ind.: and one daughter
Mrs. Howard Saylc. Jupiter IslandInterment .
215 OSCEOLAT 7-3484 'I %
\was at Clay ('tty. IndLUHR'S ,
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COVEAT P' Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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"'-"""" "/,> .. I -I Ii 'Wild Ride Hot Line Says Roberts
{ nit m'\m (run \n 4 i I t, ri ,
Thurdn ', Jnmian %3, 1964,
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Building Permits-- i Home Building Section J I'' 'It 'ss Up With the Chickens and

Total l $$54,850Four ._ '

residential! permits were RECENT BUILDING PERMITSJan. Home With the Fish, He Quips

among the twelve issued! hy the
county huilding inspector duringthe ( 10.17' ) Editor' note: Charlie Roberts and we were off as if there would! the tiller and mind the !peril of a i

past week for a total of $H. Contractor DescriptionRwoofinj Amount Atlanta Constitution sportswriter !soon be no more fish in the sea! boat crash; in the tight circle ol
55<1. OwnerA tptatiolt a son-in-law of Mr and A buckity-buck ride, a suddenly humanity afloat
Only one permit for $300. was Mrs. Harm Lowery Sr, of Stuart throttled-down motor a careening Our fish box bulging now our
issued! in Stuart City of Stuart visited here with his wife, stop later and Ernie and I were ocean-riding hot-rcnWcr gunned us
The county total was thirteen Louise, just before New Yean casualties of evasive naval action back to the Salerno launching pad
permits totaling $54.8SOSFXMAN O, Hunsljijur. 4J3 McPjicrscit' Street Ace Roofing I 300 and went fishing with Dalton Spilled and flung violently unceremoniously with Lyons protesting "You'M look
Anderson of The News staff upon the twenty-foot back !some day and that raft following -
1',UIFY O\ Martin, County Ernie Lyons of The News lagged! cruiser's bottom his was a wounded you will be the bottom of
TANK LANDING: MIIPI along. Here's Robert reaction pride and fixed stare: Mine' was your boat'
Sb Earl D. Johnson' Pumphou'iO 250
George t the head, skinnedknee. "I knew two fellows who knocked -
to a morning on the briny with a Knot on 1 a
D. Talky seaman. USN son Alfred Forfa )ivfxen Highlands None Residence 7,000C. Dalton I at published in the the bottom out going so fast
of Mr and Mrs Corbm A, Talky W. Borchert Rio i St tIlde Terrace ?None Oara9O 1 1.000 Constitution on Jan. 7: These guys always show off and believe', it or not, they ran that
tit Hobo Sound!, is
serving None Utility room SIO( fof thing almost onto the beach before
J. DuVall NI111fcreyd special extra newspapermenwho
the tank landing ship USS Wood i By CII\RLIE ROBER.'SSTUART. Anderson!
she sank laughed
County which is on an amphihi Robert J. Keeling f 1lhiseus park John Woodrum Florida room 1.000 might write"'about them; its the bout on the shore
cue) and! anti-wthmnrine warfare Lester Dyson f\rt Salerno None! Residence 8OI1O Flj.-Several thingsare hard on editor vowed"What Lyons the, "Dragged and !saved her, too.up

gaming exercise Wood County William J. Maihewn rltl"", City Farms Rodgers Greenhouse 10.000 sure about going fishing with heck regaining, composure.? "One word of advice" finalized -
Dalton Anderson, anyway
n used to land armor equipment' strapping Doug.
rVergeeen Park None Residence 8.000( a knowing!: Lyons as Anderson
during assaults on beachheads Carl Whitney las Ga, native who was wooed "Took my shortcut, ran aground
--- ----- C Knowlton etOnlerey I lId None Trailer patio 300 from Georgia by the call of the missed the channel I," surveyed Anderson hauled the "blitloCrafl" onto his
Ace Roofing 14Ontcrey Road None Utility room SOO sea murmur of the St Lucie River sheepishly "Yeh, missedit trailer for a land journey home
SAr TI AIIs and! of the good outdoorlife by 300 yards" agreed Lyons. "Never outfish your host, he might
Elhert C, Blackman fort Sulcrno John' Williams Addition 3,000 promise" again,"
around Stuart Fla.I Poling action solved the grounding !- not invite you
Daniel Carlin rkrlin Jlciih": frank forherg Residence 15OO) !:. rubbing cased bodily !pam, "On that basis. I'll be inviting
LOCKSMITHSKEYS ((1)I) You'll get up with the chickens "
two often drawled the m:m
and! roared the you
motor we on-out
and come home with the fish, the hot line and! throttle
MAD12- St lucie inlet I, three miles down with open
((2)) You'll "enjoy" the wildest

Lock 4 Changed Combinations A Compact House At Minimum Cost jour speedboat heart ride in! you your ever mouth took, with eyes array the Atlantic Armada of sea power to tiled the most since to doom.impressive the Spanish the Contracts first atomic to design powered and space build

closed prayerfully and your scat Some seventy boils, many sile'l. vehicle and! its engine! have been
making like a pogo stick on hoards I awarded.
NEW LOCKS- thrish-
""' "I" '" -: hit( crick with the impact 0 f many shapes :
cd, wallowed!. criss-crossed I h e
lithe Sound The first group of figures : bouncing you' waves and one another in an area PAINTS -HARDWARE
(0)) You II he out-weighed out- I
In the house number represents ,j theilC of two football fields The '
5'16.415x6.5131 talked; and ATlantlc 7-0363
the square feet of liva- sign of the mackerel I
((4)) You'll hive bluefish and
able awe in the house (The We reeled In our' share. almostas h PI,.
Spanish/ mackerel on the table andnew Cui..al..d
other group/ is an office number fast as we could cast: out and i
".. lleathcote .) According to Jan Relit- fish stories and whim'licnl'AnllerOnilm" wind In, Ernie and I hooking i r riumblnf SupplU.
to recount
er, the cost of building such I Dalton catches so he might/ man Pip. Cat
,' it.t
Nurseries a house be reckoned as ,
may .
You will unless he T.
runs you out --- -- -- --
about $10 foot
Architect Designed. Landscaping exclusive of per land square cost For example I to the Gulf Stream for sailfish like Sntokey Says: SuppIlM
Oriental Design' A Specialty' a house numbered 1 the seven-foot three-inch monster M.... BniihH For Bluk D..Jur.
Complete lint of Ornamental hauled in recently from Dalton' Skill P.rtw ('.SI. and Othw..
915-1I' I would have 935 square a lututallpEOPLE
Want Material.! "1 1 h. Indian feet of livable area und twcnty-fx t cruiser by Mary Lyons INDIAN RIVER SALES
River AraTi Oldest I amkcapeTsTiiwery a h (1 III l Id cost t apnroxim itcly I I Emory University coed daughter I O..Tfc Drl.. On. Mil. Narlk
of Ernest 1.yons--or runs into! the JENSEN BEACH
; $9,350 to build
;Our 38lTi Year Turn '''''''''''''' ," I
huge "kin, 8he and Robert
the bedroom
Right off U.S. I at Mndslty ,r\lI sottA artPORC1f 'I
feet Deloach of Valdosta did the other k
1 ((2414
be living-dining area
Lumber In Fort Pierce' Phone _
By IUN KIIMRHome (: : kJi\ !VP') hut jalousie windows which 'w yawning i
HOward 15332.MBTA.L. 'CAU5tiD's
The "wc"I ho out to sea GEORGENELON
\\irt over 6 f feet high for light and put
No. 828-30 j were Anderson! Editor I L 'ons-his ':
\t",; V\ICnlilalion! | at both ends. InWJiuon IOxs IIx9 x >
This compact ((828 square feet) there i is ft t>-footwide1liging 2 long-time' associate' on the award-
winning Stuart New'l..a n d me
gins door between the din-
two bedroom hone with carport 7
1,1, urea and the 10 by 8-foot fumble-fingered but t unreluctant I
We Are \IVorkerssIn Metal and screened !porch attached, of'm amateur in lha' midst of old .
\fflteJ1oJ porch which can > rveI'S RF : rot Painting
relaxed living"with minimum H '
IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Through Fabulous fishing, huh? w e
Iit4\iitry| !
\ dining space
costs for construction and! upkeep
WE CAN !MAKE IT ( ; there to both ventured cheerily after our unlike
hit porch is access N
The house is
a simple rectangle Interior Exterioi
trio and titles with
ly fought won
((26 by 28 feet In size) topped with (fre: carport! and the yard. The car-
twenty-five ornery big Dial AT 70949Licenced
f Dort door facilitates inrMeries
a i gently sloping saddle roof whichin carrying "
!! one sweeluke./ in the 10 by ( : and offers a dry passage blues" Undelaying trolling. action & Insured
hid been the
winning C out of 10
(Id. the\ house' in rainstorms
20-foot and the screened
carport. is CARPORT LIVING RM .BEDROOM13x13 "(.oUhY; fishing slow; we reel. forest. area last yearl i
porch behind it The timing! area separatedI ed 'em in twice an fast yesterday"
I STUART PLUMBING The front door is handy to the I rout the!, square shaped livmgroomAy 13x9823.30 /, disagreed expert Anderson over

fc METAL, WORKS carport and is.flanked on one side t storage wall containing the the hottest line in Indian; River.
by a masonry !planter which adds! fyfMonitor (RF) and two closets "

fen+ 1148 ATl.ntl. T 0131 Stuart i ) r : := 21-H Ugh. winced disgruntled Lyons
a touch of color and can be seen Hi! H'tchen' consists of a one of America' most knowledgeable -
'\Vjj! omlcr: V feet long and 30 r d
outdoor authors who had been
1''iSeln.; deep. 1 his i is a faetory-inudc. catching: mostly sarcasm and;: : seaweed I
i\nii\ remiy for installation and 1, I .
I 'lining
f j\hj -c, necessary for modern the whole rectangular house area special type of asphalt! shingles) Look at him burned' up, : him
"- I >utking\ including sink range ov- I !Both bedrooms have """lIIg- are specified for roofing the fishing expert; winked Anderson
I fft, cabinets, : and countcrspace TheFrtfet type windows on two walls for Heating is by gas or oil furnace, from his pilots hook!pereh, Want A1nOM0MERICay
me to Ernie
I m located b"tk-to-back to cross-ventilation and ample closets spit on your or y Mf
Home No. 828.30 was designedby
shall outside and the
we po try I
the', bathroom fixtures for economy for placing furniture. The bedrooms architect Jan. Reiner, editor of mackerel'" WNfgtt

FURNITURE RENTALS i is|( install'ition as well as conserea.Ilan are separated by a storage Honda' Homes Magazine. (The "I 1 ead on, Me Duff. to the mack. xt M.CA .
I bf hot water. wall which provides soundproofing magazine is available at Val's Book erel"!" grumped Ye Editor Ohedi- .VAIry.. '
1hf 1 by '7-foot bathrtnnn as well as a 6-foot and a 4-foot $1 to I IOKF ({ ) .
compact Shop or by mailing ent McDuff Anderson whipped the ;:
ROWELL FURNITURE CO. "' has a linen closet (L) justOiitlide closet ifty-sccond Street North St Petersburg thirty-five horses in one of his I
\ | and next to the heater for Additional storage spice is I pro 10 Fla,) twin Lark motors channel marker
Dial AT 7-0804' We Give Gold Bond Stamps .I'Y storage of linens The heater vided by t two closets accessible I 29 disappeared" in the background PERSONAL CO f ER-ALL POLICYIf
) 14 centrally located to heat from the living room and by a 10 I
,!!J by 3.foot storage wall partly accessible Florida a Major I you own your home, and are a preferred-rlsk\

from the screened porch Tops In Design driver, you can get complete protection on/ your ,
and partly from the garden for Minerals StateThe I home fire extended coverage, household eon- ,
i tools and gardening accessories lentt end personal liability, plus your existing eut>
The open side of the carport mobil. Iniurence ell In ONE Personal Cever-AII
shows a vmch-high< parapet wall value of minerals produced! KINGSIGNS Policy, at a Mvlngl
und two piers which support/ the in Florid has run at a high level
.' roof about $186,000000) during both See your -Am.rican- Agent today)
The construction of Home No. of the past two years the Florida
'. ,; 8 8.30 is as follows: Exterior walls State Chamber of Commerce reported I Represented byi
are inch-thick concrete blocks .
with l 5/B-inch-thick stucco (or value mine I
"This ,
reported at
paint) on the outside and furringor level showed 1963( slightly above NEON SPECIALISTSFort Agent
( insulation boards) and plaster 1962 shade below 1961 but well
on the room tide; interior partitions above a the 1960 figure of $177- Pierce HOward 4-1399 725 COLORADO AVENUE STUART DIAL AT 7.0966

k are regular wood frame plastered (MK,000) _.. _.._.._ ..0.. '
also plastered on both Floor sides. slab Ceilings is 4-inch are "The annual values of minerals mm M << ij A m m

thick, reinforced with wire mesh mostly phosphates produced i n
and poured over solidity compactedfill the state have traditionally moved A11'
and membrane. The slabIs upward ycar-toyear, with only
=1 I topped vapor with resilient floor tile one other exception in recent :
(or tcrrazzo) and is 12 inches above years. That was in 1957 when the I I FIRST
the outside grade. Foundations are drop was also negligible and was
8 I 16 !inches soon overcome.
: of !poured concrete; by
in size, and reinforced with steel "The current leveling of mineral ,
Lit I rods. White marble chips (or aChason's sales stems from two situations: I

I __ a shift in world trade and a drop I MORTGAGE
construction in demand! for minerals used in 1

Complete "While there are indications of ;;.:!,

Ii AutomotiveRepaba industry improvement, there in is the need construction for considerable ;I Ii

betterment in the foreign
I) Ir trade situation ai it relates to I CORP.

Garage pointed Florida! minerals out.Although ," the trade body i _

'Dial AT 7.2311 the tomato originated i
in America, it was shunned as a OF STUART
ItRVICl FOR SAFETY food m the U S. until about a
."-411 lass. rfanl Hlfknr. century ago-long after it was B
commonly eaten m Europe. 1;::


Helping x Florida grow.a .. Motors-Rewound i j 50;:: 0 QUARTERLY I-

and rvloM nuul*,|ra rproniMd
Tb BunlMr or Mixhnd la the 0unhfa a Slate fyirewinfbjlMiwud Home Wiring & Outlets

bounda.lT( t 1fL"SuiuhjKVHandMMd S Water Pump RepairsOPEN
l ervicl",for .....IIt I) 1 ON I INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES
1 j And the m unher of paopN eukybsg the!JeMoem or FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY I-=
; pradueto and MCrleM b .]JIJ" ) I

i,J"" Nwaxohoathi.aUaneantmwtOba. many tbtm.othft 11.1.. sa ED NT I East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart =

; boat thu hMlthy Florida tootwmy of our' .Nr_V ATlantic 7-0122
ton jrw'n I bokmi tot tift <* OMMity fey

., t' ywonrtf, your sm8y or the Mb up tlortJa.. ;
; } thialeItedd..mad.peoducaii'PU Corner Atlantic Ave.. and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce ::

e HOward 1.3160 -

6 iiro-III&'T., POWER ce i LlfilT CMPAIT HIGBEE ELECTRIC... 4 1915 20th Street JO 2-2300 Vero BeachCo =

t."L: : 411 -f_t1.i.Ll ...F6! e 1 I. 327: OSCEOLA AT 7-0744 !-,-';l!J'w.l'I tt1"l 'l W.tr1.V.l(t'l U1J.l lJ',l Vl.V.1I1V!P l l>>l VVl.v l l l Vl\lU.l\ !," l V..v.V. !l l!. l l..',",'.l U. l!r''.l!",' :l,W.IV.v.ulU..Ur'i l.\ l! l, : t l! l



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Florida grower applies Phnhdrin. to control a Idle-season; buildup of aphids and miter I'lt 1 ken hurvrst 1 the dime field l the lullowinjid.iy/ No I'luwdnn attacking an 82-acre field of tomatoes. ether the pokers! Of the crop! ,

Why Martin County vegetable growers should switch to Phosdrin9 Insecticide now: ,

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Apply Phosdrin up to 24 hours tCSW'from :: :


harvest of most vegetables. Get fast control "

of insects without residue problems.


PhosJrin Insecticide gives to 72 hours on most others (See table below If the Insect Infestation is controlled with Fhosdrin solves oilier problem,too. It controls ample, m little as M to 1 W of :a pound per

you fast t knockdown and kill of aphids, for interval data for your crops) an insecticide that leaves excess residue on insects such as cabbage lix( >pcrs and acre is all it takes to control the toughest

mites, hopers, worms-almost all destructive Solves late-season problemsIf your vegetables at harvest, processors will aphids that are becoming harder to kill insects attacking most vegetables !Dosage

pests attacking Florida vegetable crops. not controlled, a late-season insect build turn down the crop. Also. it will be subjectto with older insecticides. i Hesult: more and rates seldom' exceed 14 of a pound (per acre.

Unlike!.! most other insecticides, Phosdrin up can quickly! downgrade-or nuke com- confiscation.Many vegetable growersarc more growers arc making. Phosdrin!. a basic In short, if you compare costs on a per acre

disappears after it does its job, leaves no pletely unsalable-crops such as tomatoes, now solving )both insect problems and in- part of their full season programs, LiI: isyoll'1I6nJ PliosJrin Is very economical: ,

residue. That's why it can be applied up to beans, potatoes, peppers;, celery, watermelons secticide-residue problems" with Phosdrin Good mixer Where to get Phosdrin

24 hours from harvest on many: crops-up eggplants and most leafy vegetables. Insecticide, Fhosdrin is compatible) with most other Phosdrin is available from your local inscc-

insecticides and fungicides And tickle dealer umlermany well known brand

I I Phusdrin offers a wide margin of rumen. I It t cornel in liquid and dust formulations -

I PHOSDRIN.INSECTICIDE_. GROWERS'. GUIDE safety to the leaves and fruit of in that are easy to apply with standard

CROP INSECT INTERVAL CROP INIECT INTERVAL CROP INDICT INfUVAL secticide-sensitive crop such as cu- application ecjiiipnicnt.Pamember .
cumbers and lettuce: hml, for the Phosdrinon
Beene Aphids Mtas Squash Aphids Melons' (Including Aphids Mills
L"fhoppe, Dipterous, ,lea/miner' (adult), Cantaloupes, Cabbage looper.Han.y. .
Low costDon't the lain I in the ingredient statement.
Gruehopp.rs. 1 day Lygus buRt. ...... flpterou.I.'mlner (adult), or
Metican ban been.Batt ball mush caterpillar, 1 day mllon.. h.hoppert.
be misled the Shell Chemical Agricultural
L.'hoppert' Mu. m"anl. Ly.u. bu.., 1 day by cost per Company,
Cabbage loope', Watermelons) False chinch bug of Phosdrin. Chemicals Division 55 Marietta Street
A ,
Gerd.h Aphids Mil'! Cutworm (Clomblnl) salt marsh' atnpdtari; pound or gallon ,
(Incl tops Cabbage loope'. Cutworms (clomblnl), NHJ\Jrin /lung For N.VV Atlanta 3, Georgia
Cutworms (Cllmblnl'', Grasshoppers goes a way. ex- ,
Diperous leatmmer (adult), Celery Aphids, Mules,
Falls chinch bug 3 days Dipterous Natminer' (adult>.
G'.lIhoppe Lygus bugs 3 days Ghrg Aphids, MAes
Imported bb'llWorm_ but mash caterpillar: Cutworms (climblg),
Leafhopper. Leathoppers, Corn anrorm. 1 dry
Sell marsh caterpillar Cabbage topes Green stlnbbug.
Veldt ban calerplllas"

Broccoli Aphids Mt, ,.. Cucumbers Aphids Mites, .
Cabbage, Cabbage looper. Tomatoes L"'ppert'' 1 day Potatoes Apheds. Mites, SHELLPhosdrin
Imported bal-.m1 Grasshoppers Grasshoppers, 1 ay
Leafhoppers. Leafhoppers.
Salt marsh"pllla", I day
Cul worms (climbing). Eggplant. Aphids. Miles.
Dipterous, 1..lmlner. (adult). Pepper Grasshoppers, 2 days Spinach Aphids Mites,
Grasshopper.Lygus Leafhoppers Cabbage "loopar.
bugs Imported cebbagewr/rm, .
,f J Grasshopper,
Brussels. Sprouts Aphids. Mites aafhopper. 4
f day
Lettuce Aphids, Mites, Caalinowar", Cabbage loope'. ( Dipteroij* leafminer(*duH),
Cabbage loops: : Collards., Imported" cabageworrhe Cutworms (climbing)
Cam aarerm.Cutworms sal. Sell mush' caterpillar. Saltmarsh caterpillar; ;,
(climbing! ..... Culwormsalimbwgl( ). J 3 days False chinch bug
DlptlfOUI .Im.ner. (adult), Dpterou.I'mlnet, adult),'
Impert.dcabbageworm. 2days.: Lygus bugs,
Grasshoppers Grasshoppers. Turnips Aphid. Milts Insecticide
Leafhopper Leahhoppersshawberrres Turnip Top. Cabbage loopar.
Lygus bugs. Mustard Gr ss. Imported cabbegeworm,
Sell marsh ",'arpilla', False, chinch bug 3 day
relay. chinch bugs Aphid.. loses.. .1 day Dipterous "leafminer (adult),' A PRODUCT OF SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY'
Strawberry loaf'rolls) Grasshopper, L
I BaR mamh.,caterpllaeii&g Leafhopper



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II Organizations DirectoryCIVIC t : .!' I, I Directory of Churches

CIVIC M C. Board. al, Zool',. Adjuatmoat Ij j I, PEOPLE. CONGREGATIONAL A. -Jupiter

Alraholke Anenrmotu .;lb.',o..a-- t n>d ltIIu. .. i 5:00: ,.AYNAID,' W MILL
W-J.. t 'it p 01.. J. U Community ChunkAmaleui '.K Ti,.,.. 7 In" Conrtbooaa OflO..rn i : : Church School

Podia m.rp.o.p C rpe Martin I 1 '00 a.m Morning Wor.hlp Nureery
County Miiamm Commlailoa
1 n....r.,".Hit,r -Ijt,,IKU Jt..onIrd ('ho too.. Mf".h, \IIW".h', I" Ir, during. boll .. .
Than. i t.mAalmal 4th Tu,'. ; "no pm. LourthoiKK 1 ,,1..m. You,. v.. Sarvla*

R...... League. M C. tool.. and .Planning Commlaala 4 ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPALo...* Be*.
1'.I.t.nt-M.$ "' .rl I Bloom Chairman HBV 10KM. I. FTEa
l.moa Oau..haa .
lUl Tuee.. 7 .10 p.m.. huniee School ButICh.irmujnry DIAL-A PRAYER AT 7.2512 Sunday

.... .... *. Prcleulonal. W.m..', Club O Klndrad '- 7:10 ..m. HI ly Communion
., Ind Man, 7 ,10 CDUrthoua ':00 ...... .mlly Communion and
Pollen d. MennlnterInd p.m. :; ASSEMBLY OF COD-Palm CIty Church SchoolII100 .
.41'h Tu.. nlght. First Nell Bank .
Taw .1 Saoalla Point IgOO am. Sunday S.ho' a.m.Morning .Prayar and garlnon
Mayor J. ...... ( ,
Ceeoanut Park-North III... SkMM Morqutlln 11,00 M..inl Wapohip7la Plr.tlimldoyllull Communltiu)
Property Owner. AieoclatMm Snd W.d.. I p.m., Town Hall t& I ", :C''t p.... Th...., Bible Study Praia* Waak Daya
$ Aaa Youth 8 rviehvaoaallitu ?u.udoy-7 Coromnnhm
P.ld..pt-C.. M Rnhrabauah - - 'a : p.m. Sunday am.
..u.i. lad Wadneidaye at hone. POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS I r : -p. ; 1 7na: 0.m. ,, service. rbunu.--le '.Hai. Cn..m..nl.
Coral Cardtne Civil Ateoclatloa Oamoeratla Club 4 r FRT BAPTISTO S. Ab... Aeeou Friday Hr.t lam Th.ir.diiy. Holy Communion H..II.. ..

... 1'1..1. p..ld.n.-Robert P. McRobart. Jr. HU10N.
1.1.Ijj"I-Kdm.nd...... B P.ID.. 11.0. A.lo..ltul'lll Bid. Maata a. aall : ::1 It.riu Put I. Unll" sm Chor.b Churnb. 7n4 S.. FUlb.Bu..". For Pi
P..hold.. A..ol.tio Rapubllcu Club of ........ Couaty I Sunday : D.... g.eaa| Wednaadar

P."I..o-Cnh.n.1 Q. V.. l ttolCardea .. P..ld.ht-J. .B, Wa..,, .l4l am Sunday Sohol
II.... ... nil Ropubllca. Woman Club .1 Marll* Co hill, am. Morning Wonhlppm CHURCH OF S.ANDREW
... .._ W. Prime VI... Blvd. St. Luc.a
Mr*.. John W. Hu..." ::80 3 o'IIug: Union'
Club .1 f Stiiart I 'rd T..... I p.m.. )'ir.( National Hank p.m. Wonhlp H. C. IlpE. ""STOl
.,. .._Mr.. J..hn W. Jlu...? 1- -- "o E.,1n.." Boll ..m. Sunday Srhool

Ind Man. I JO p.m.. Woman Club RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS I r,I..... IIld.w..k Pruyor 8.rnIr. 10;10 .-.... Wor.hlp Bervloa

Idibla... Park Clvfa Aaaaelatla. Clrla1 Frlandly BoO.." / PALM CITY BATIIT.-41b al MoCardHLNUV H._ S. SOUTHERN METH MISSION
PreeMent-George MacDetiald Lradar-Mra. Jack Whltlear TATUM, f.ilor IM..tln I, Hobo 5und Clobo Coot..
lit Hon.. Tito p.m., tint national Bomb. ,.rI.. S p.m., Bt Mary'. UurckSt. t I pile am Sunday School I UhV CHAHLLS BENNETT. BoOn

1110(1 Morning Worihip hal p.m. Sing: Sarvle,
Indl.ntowa Clvl. Club .I a.m *
Praelrlent-Srady Smith Joaopk GuildPraaldant I \ "an 6 .10 pro Iralnllg, Union sao. p.... L..nh. Worihip
.. ,
-Mra. B. B. Bpanoar U
Itk Mon., 5p.m. lat Man... I p m.. School 'p -1 7.48. p.p.m.... Evening WednaaiUy WorihipIleO Midweek Fray. HOLY CROSS CATHOLClod..o.

I..... Baach ea...... Club
St. Joaoph Holy Nama Saclaly U .: .r Meeting. fJ XAVIIII F.NICII
... ,
-Mre. Calvin WIll ..
r '
l'pauId.i.-.l. Rnamarln 4e FIRST BAPTIST-Pert 5.1.... Su.-'Suudoy.. 7 pal 0 8.P FIrst
Ira Wad. I *'m'' IB Woman ClukJeaa Thura. bafor Pod but, S .....,. School tC O C TAYLOR. '...or d. .. pm. Cfu.iu hfor..P.
.. 8... W_.'. Aiioelatlaa .
- - ST. MARY'S
... ._Hra. Pro,,... Hubball! SCOUTING UtOO' U .'.m..8 Sunday School Wor.hlp Boulivard' ..EPSCOP"'I. O

lat.Ird MOD., 8R 101 Clubboue. Soy .....1. al, Amhulivutmonlu'.C.l 1 ,1 6 .80 p.m. MornIng DTC The KbV W. K HOWE Rector

Junior Woman.. Club. Dolp 7:110 p.m. kvenlng Wonhlp 7 '10 S:IS, ..m. (Sept. June
lam ... Prayer meet- I t
: Wadna.dar
Punhl.nt-Mvu. Prink Zorn Wad
,.01., Stuart Am. U lcn Ball ?:aa, s ( to )
Ind Mon. 1 ,.m". Woman. Club % 1"1. Choir practu followi.RIO I W Bp"
la. Eaplorara, ......* B_". Ship 420 \,
Martin Cevnty Auduboa aVxIet Board ikfpparCaorv (UI...,. : ,,, \ I BAPTIST S 00 a-m Holy, Thuraday ...,
Ira Mon, a p.m.. Judi* Clonta':: cf fie* Wad, 1.00 l pm, Aneboral Marina 4 I. RfcV JACK FERNANDEZ Sainta V." and .announced

M C. Aaaoclatlon lor Mantal Haaltk. .-- t:49 a.m. Sunday School EPISCOPAL. CHURCH OF THE
p..ld.nl-R.. Dot >ld Schroadaf SERVICE CLUBS ilaa, ..m. Morning Woi.hlp SACRAMENT-346 Chkk Si, BLESE

Ind Th".... noon Tha ...., rivltan Club. af '1..... '(, i"u.. u" ,, u lll: p m. Tralnli Evening:g Union Worahlp RtV W. THOMAS LOUCkl

C. Chapter, America* Caacer SocialM ,- Pra.idrnt-Aaron llu.ta 7:6 p.p.m.... Wadnea, Prayer Meeting .,,1 a-m Church.
Chairman J D Cr.r Wad, 110. p m.. Bhlp Lantarn /1' .6 p.... Holy Euch.rl.l
M.tl lII..erIaJ Hoopll..1 AU.IU.rV Indl.ntovn Klwanli. Club L.KWI8 SfANUU 8APTIT-Hw" CHRIST MEMORIAL-'Jupiter bland

Pr..id.nt-5... Curt Otto 1'.ld.nt-J. loin.. t a.u a.m. Sunday S.hol. ( Wine, ....un only. Mov to Apr

lat Hoik, Pint. National Bank Wad. UtU ,...., B.mlnola In. | ,:_ II100 ..m. Moron Wernhlp CHURCH OF COO-Indlantowa

Martin Ceunly Retarded Cblldreoe. A... J..... Boach Lion. Clubl'r.Id.uiJ.m.a < :49 p.m. Training UnloaI R 1\ GARY J bANally
....ld.nJr. Swiiertlat u I :00 p.m. Evening Wonhlp00pm 10,00
0... ii p a.m Slhd., S.h.,11.0G
Tnaa. f JIG ,.... 1'1_ Claairaoa lat-lrd W.d.. 7 US p..., Byaionr" j : t' I W.. Midweek PrayarDUNKLIN ..... Morning Worship

National ........... A..iaik.P.lOntMr. Jtipll.r-H-ma. Sound Klwanla Club I MEM'L BAPTIST-lodl'Blow. :: g pm: Evening, Wor.hip7i .
Kh.V MICKEY > Wad Voung
p.m People.
... .VANI
Virginia v. '..ildont-Hubart Harp I 10:00 ..m. Sund. kndeavor
Tanra. Pint National! Book Mu,.. 7pm, Jupllar U... Mar In* j tl ,00 .... Morning Wonhlp

Palm ClIp Gordon Club Rotary Club. .1 Stuart 1,1: p..... Training Union J CHURCH'iplter OF THE GOOD IIHEI'HU

..I .n.Idril;: .., NifalarInd I'r..ld.nl-V R. Htanton. Malay p.m. Wonblp Service KnV, ELMER L. ALLEN
am, Clvl* Cantar W.d.. It til p.m., Suirl.a, Inn lila p.m. Wed, Midweek Sarvlo 7 :>0 ..m. Holy Communion

Palm ClIp CI... Orianltatle Stuart Klwanli Club ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eaat jOsh St.Rh.V .:80 ..m. farina Luchailat Sermon

President.. Georga H. Boat I.r.iltl..nt-Or. II. Ifitwdiila, lllp.onIhun. JAN JANUSihWSKI Adm and SI"dn1, S.holi.
tnd Tuee, DM. Cantar .. IBIS: ,.m., Town ii... M..... Sunday! '7. 8 and 11 ... 11.14 .... Prayer. Plr.t Sin.
-- -.aU 4 I, .k1t.w.bh.URb&b'iMUp.unorarnuc Waak d.,.. 7ill a.m day of tho .month Holy Coromun.
Pelnelan. Canlana Clvk Aaaoclallaa *OOul 111.50 'p. 0.... Club 'I'M Confeialonal. Baturdaya and Thurndaya 'Ion plain.
... -Rav. i. w. Mario* Pr..Id.L-Ulbboot lIuva before tint Irlday. of mouth dill
lat Hon.. I ...... 110..... Thura, I ,..... Youth tenter D1SCOVIRV: of tho vast 1 8iiwgrus and hammock itlnnJs of the vistas for vacationers with an urge to explore this unique 10: and 70 to I.10 p.m. t JENSEN BACH COMMUNITY

CI... Anoclatloa mysterious lond.i hinterland via a skimming uirboat new wilderness S..ln. ,.on Br.eh
Praalilvnt-Welter Boa Stuart LI... Club.. Hob Sound BIn) 0.m. RIoloy 'hBul
lat Inure, I pm, Wvle. Cantor' ---- -. ----- ------ ,
Maaa ,
1..ld.ht--AI Karnor at to Id .m. Sunday i and Ii ...... M.rnh, Wor.hlp
Bra Thar. I ...... Bupper Saul.!., C. 0 ,8
l bnd.Bk,. Wad, 7pm. Tow Bouaa ll.l.tt, tall ; 8: p.m. Youth .lIow.hlp
Part Satanic Civil D...,.. Stuart Soroptlmlat Club -724 Eaat Ocean B..I....* IKO, ( p.m. WeHneadHiYoulh' Choir

Flrahouaa. Xnd Tualday, 7:10 P.... 'raaldanl Kflna Wolf\ Secrets Poinsettia Growth i> iiiiMiiK'i ir ('DI iir or' mi.: I I :tI) '.10. Sunday School I lIne::80( p.m. W..lne.day. S,nlir Choir
II''. Civil, Club at-lrd f.b.... noon gunrUa. la*. of :" 1'1 JIIU. t suti-. II'. IS huts ...... Morning Wonhlp p.m. Midweek Service
Pr..ipioot-Jnb. Borne Stuart I. ... V MtltllI0lli, S :00 t.m. Wad Teatlmunlal MantInIt..dlvg JEHOVAHS WITESESB.lt Road
Room tI Flagler Av Houral .
FUOIIIIIti 8"nd.-7 ,
lit Thur. Clubhoua 'I'r..id.o1Dit Prrori nt so.:ny MI Drill Moa.. through rrl. 10 am-S pallbsturdopa jriay--7l8ll' W..ho.. '",, HI..d..
Stuart Wumu,'. Club To..i., 7tlO pm, I'lnk Pony 10 ......-U:10 Tburaday 80
LEVIA. A Ymi'NIl' ) p.m. T: : Ulnl.try School I 10.
Proa.-Mr*. Cornallua, R V.hd__ Are Revealed Plant JWr 3WBLLLL'iI Servlo* M.llhlLUHEAANE.
Them CHURCH OF CHRIST-all B.h..d.
|.d W..... tat p m., Club Bulidln.Tahakula VETERANS OROANIZATIONSAmarlcan ; Nowfor v. I'lulnll. { motIle GOHBKLL, p.1 REDEEMER 0... Bid.

Cardan Croup. L.fl.n' Janaan Baaak. C. 'ftsn. I So- KLV .
Cb.lrm.-M... B'bart > Koatat Comm..d.-CUt.- .... 1I..nol. 1"'I..I.nl. ) 10,00 0..m. Study sill, am BunH.r "CHROR_ .
lat Wad. S :.0 ...., hornet :ind''b.Mo.. I p.a..ii l loa Ball Ml'III Pt: 11 .00 n.m. Ilbl. .iud Co..u..loaf 10:8v .m. Worahlp Sarvlc llb. Study
By droops atop t a hpaghetti'IllIe Menilike and F.o.elmg
- - Amarlcan L.flon. Stuart rooting growth YO'SO p.m. W.r.blp
: : II ; \\ \ THE
CHAMBERS COMMERCE Commandar l -John. U 'I.,lor 1 a red-he,ided maiden wilh If you prefer 10 propagate by y (nfr"INI. '; Null t'nI': Wadn.aday CHRIST, LUTHERAN
lluridii Agiiiiiltiiral, txlcnslmi I JUJ 7 10 ..m. Mldwaok Blbl StudyTHE
Hobo BouodPp..id.ntIi and and Hit Krl. I p.m., Lagloat Ball \ out make-up-the plant can he softwood I hut a <(,niplalnt IHvutu' I Imnhi Paator
re olf
.. William Myari cuttings, project KtI"j P.JOHNION.
Amarlcan I.dl.._ Service put ) >en fill.,I ,lUfiiliiHt >'uu. and' you so', CHURCH OF SURKV .
Ird lu.... B '.ID., Community Center teflon. vil ili/cd into I marvel of beauty until around June These tender reiiueetul" to I, '.t'eu'm, ,tp nfoui, HILLlh OODF".1. 1,10, n.m. ,r'a S.hol CI.

....... B...... AraaI Cornm.ndr-Jia d.h II... 8 p..... lI'Ib Don t toss out thut pot of holiday with proper trc.ilmcnt. shoots root well under const An., ...rortiurru, 'p11 Irt, ,ill.f<'n.i. i K., lImo, Sm.. Sunday, School 10,00, ..m. Mu"lnl., Wo..hlp.
rad,lent.-rrai a Hornber ''' 'h Lolnulnlnt upon plelntirri attnrnev 11:00 am Murnlrg Wonhlp
Ind Man, director, I p..m. Amarlca Larlon Aualllary, Jo,... Baaak. pomscttia when the last leaf The plant uill show brilliant ,ml mist or in any propagating 'f t,'. HliLls' I I'. II In,x 7 ,HO p.m. Lvanlng Worahlp FIRST! .?MEHODIS1lo Colerad. .

Port ...t...* I'r..ldool--lIIr.. Km.. ltoLu.'ad"h eli and the final red bract color next winler. if you follow unit Remember it l's important' to 1TJO, HIUHII. rluilln, utl::I rile thedfenan 7 :81 p.m. luoi, Prayer M-Hliii 11EV.' .
I.... "..,.--hi. C. BlaeknanIna Mon.. I p.m.Am.rI. ops _I.! .: the .'iuloiol Aaiu'or .., II ill.", OrIItofl' 7 : I p.m. Thun.. Y.P.K Hurvlco :d.am..M. Mornl.R.h Wrabiiiua _'
these from Dr. keep humidity the "
'fb...... I p.m.. llraliuue ... Lailo Aualllary, Stuart ....::11\1. .tilt I'llll'r-MI: tips E. W. McEI- high nlflue of In the.''('h lulk, ( omiiltlnt if In Ih,. BIBLE UNION i .:.m.: Morbog;, -W'hl.
1I..rt Pra.Miint, -Mra. Clara May TalmaaInd --- --.--.- wee. Agricultural Extension Service I cuttings during the rooting process (limit. I II'Ml.la, 'lrull Palm City ft ::80 p.m. Yo..h P.llumhlp.
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Pr*.idenl. ">-M. E (ttonnj) Nelaua. .4th Mon.. S p.m.. Union HaU 11:' ''rill, l'uoI''l'y' JI'Ulolj' lull' Ill'In. horticulturist' I'lulri. of I"Hljiuiiri' 1 l'Il.a, HLV LAWRIE J. IHARl IOu. WOThlp ..1.I ., 10 .... during
'11\11'1'1'\1' 4 .01 h't. 'I'\'I.t1 : .I : a :49 '.m. Hundny July" old Aot.u.t" Sunday ... ...
.. I lhi.IWtd
Iud ihura, IKI Wl Ju'Iff
Martin County Barracka. W W I Vataran lp. .' .'mintIN T irst. store the There I .ire a i number of pomsctti I I .00 Morning Wor.hlp .00.
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Batall Marehanta Dlvlalon C"mm.nolnrI'hlll l ,. A. KI... UrXIAItli ) pot plant and I. I will bi InkinaKalimt 10:00 ...0... to < .m. Woman TRINITY METHODlST-J. Bums
Chairman-Philip Beineca I.I.Ird Ifrl 1., J. B. Community Cantor Till bTA'I'I, I OK" ) ull. in an out-of-the.way plate and I :is I hut will grow well out of \oti for 'th,' nllef .1m.iaid. .a p W.oIn..d0. RtV.: NEIL (ULINSALU89,0G .
dli. TIt..... Btaart Chamber. BuUdlnfCONSERVATION JOHN: tilth hM: I I1I""II..d doors If you desire e<1 In the I (1''III.lnl! F.low.hlp ..0. Bund." 80hoo'
Martin County ......Ir. Au.lI..."? I foryt.4 about II until, about th red-bnlclet ; at Mtuart. Baa a...
- '...!,lanfr...MM. Halan T. h.uu..,. 'l'lIO v t 0 l < HI" .:in'. ...Ill I middle of Mareh varieties. nroptigite plants I r.tIIJ('niinty I -'I.'II.'Hhl'. hi. lllh The federal 7 :30 p.m. WorshIp Eo.lig, Bnl. I" ...

AudutxMi booI.tyPiOotEui.or lat-lrd >rl., I ....... Old Com. Chunk All ,',.,IiIoru or the I;iTnhn 111''" nr as ''ircbal. liuliaiupohs, Red Albert day if InlillHlv, HillIMIIllirilV I. government owns ard BoOmluy WOlbl.
VPW. St.rOCrnrnuud.r.Jbo iliei.ii., Bus liiN.tluo.l
Moore \ leaf? or Mrs. Paul tcke OSCEOLA BTBOET
: 'tdl.t ( hUN. Big.
:; OB1U1S I llll tlT METHODISt
Ird Hun,1pm.. Plrat ilaalUl M Murraylnd4th ,, ant:I ,qpi flln any to hibernate the plant during For color one'third of the total land area in 11EV. V. H. KNIGHT JO. .
Leak Wallan Laaiue Ihura., Oolda Oala Bulldlnf ilHlnm' or ,' b combination mingle the 1''UI'r ..d6 .
; : mtl.: I'I;! roh I the cool season days while the ; the nation .m Oonml.y a.hol
have nmiln.1 I .,., In ), at- red In }IIV
with .
.. -CharMa Kindred1 VFW. Indl.nlow"romm.nd..oll pi intmg Ecke white or a i( In' ,..li't ,", 1,00 .. Mornlnl WOThlp

lat '... I pal, Ceurthetu W. Prai
Junior Ceneemtle Club. ...-.'
'1'....., '0:55: P..... Htuart Vouch Center. IFW Aualllary. Bou.ulCrn.nd.rBlr. ralendiir 'in, "Ii,. fi':'''nn I Ihe I, hue, of Don water the dormant plant Pomsettids wil grow on a wide O'I'IC'.J .... 0IOpIlaP'I."u: o '. 1.17: n 'o'Ial'P, : I I( II'r c'oll'r ... 1'tl'1Na f, ,..... Prayer Borvlco810pm
.. M.lvln. Wood fit,at puhllilltlnn nf thla Nullie l'7u"i: hrlalni range of soils I including sand 'I alit "' 0 II 1111SS ""U JIII I II' IS d of
Stuart Sallll.k Clubr'ouid.nl.m. tl'I' lfU. Steward (S4I
B' Mradlarit lat.Brd W.d., Ould.n (.at. BulldlntMISCELLANEOUS I or di'iimnil nuiat, be In wiltInv. But!, s it won't dry out 'too muck marl. rocky soil and clay. U" 0117: 'I.Oltl I I A'I I II I'll ." 116115. C II SI'S.SI' Ibura 'month)
antl niiiHt ulntu tho 01.f 711U'I'LAI.. IN-
ed:, I am, general meeting rv.Iltop, and,I |>i.M ufriie nhlieeiinf much, put the potted plunt on its In spite!' of 'the wide adur'I' illlY.I 1.11..IITY V.0. S I' I \ : .. SOUTHERN METHODIST..PL
Bed 4tel\ I p.m.. dlreuwre, let NalL Bktrarj I Ihe i olulniHiit, ....I ninat b* *"irn side m a cool dry place Under tll'I.\1 ,.........",. IV III: ';<).VKIIl 'rlit7; I RKV D H KNIGHT JR .
I trio Plants will "
TueeI t':ID PM. Wltham Field I present you a better 'HI.1C.VI'ION ) ) .
:: Civil Air P.lr.lCmmondurMulnr In by th. ilHlinnnt, hi. minnt. oi hlMmtuinev j Or Sill: .m. ,
.. War.hlp
the back Sor.i.
'" 0. B. LaokCommltlo 10:46: am. ginday" ,
PIREMBMS' ORGANIZATIONS so'.iinllnir tn I Inw,, It you live on a concrete sl.lb. try I ore ot Ihem.Jrllhl.er 1',,, ,int ) 1<;I1)\m A I'HII > C,80pm. Kl,.worth L.n.
3.... Bench firemen. '* Aualllary .1 100 h.I..d thla JHi',I day of lutoinbir, the H\ virtue, of a Wilt of rxiuitlon 1.\ ; X I I.IIt: > 7 80 p.... Ev..ln. l.ni.
P..ldant-M. Al WUIek (th.irm.I1. 0. Kindred t ( sloimg:: bleeping plIant in thatsh.idy application Is imJr.t.11 In my; hand |..UOI| :out of tin;, : SIr.! ""I'U IOP, l.PILIlI: :
Ird Monday" I P ID. Kxacutlva Di.'mU.r-4.ho C. Daknay U3.'a' 11 \UHT nrtr hN'mri corner of the carport about I IV4 cult: Com In a milt: nf llhfity I'KhII'PIII: : SliM BIb. p.m, La'dlea"'jSLunary Soelot
117 W. 0.... Blvd. AT 1-4111 :; : II H All.,Uill
A. I l7n : runds Minimi IiiHtirnnie Co. awlnai I .nd 4th
.. Baacb. Vol... ., .. Deport '
1. \Vhcn .spring. comes a i garden, fertiliser 100 \\ I hum' rralilimi' admit' 0. Iflul I
I'.,... I pm, Klr.hou.a Lady 001//... A.aoclatlo. OI'I11"I'JIIIIoIIIN." ) & tenderly good Oll\r l Illekh.', ilulv alliHlul, on .8 pm Prayer Ueetlnf
p..ld..t--M. tdna t. Dan Ill 'Il U'1'I'JltJolON' iiwalan the plant I by sloughing I oIl squire feet of plint in early Auuliat 111, IMS tie: Jlldiimi I 'nt onwhich known FIRST
pool ....... '. .m.. Au.llbooyPoooipl.otNur Iv: Won. A. : space I : : You ore hruhv' ,lu.llflirl, I Ihul Il't'lIlI.IOr I Hit IIIETHODISI.dl.l_
'"' Oupll.ru.nAttrpy 1 aald
T...... I J. .... II. C. OoU S Club : / rxnutlon HB l Ia.'l IlKV
CatannaIrd loPllh 1'"lIln.; ,, the dead top and, placing the spnng. again in June and perhaps maided In the ('mm JII..1 M. AIII.d. b." th.da M'I"HILI
.. .. b..lht 148am.
Th...... ttaO v.*.. Flr.b. Llvaly Arl. Club .: Jan a. B. U IS IDK4IV roots in new bed of rich soil. in mid.summer if 'there heavy "" I have levied. I'ul Iptltlon' I egh't''ea' port, II too Sunda
Valuntaar fIre Daparti ,.. ._ I art 01 ul'I..ht. llii-nH.' to luke thumi, "f undniHtiHHO '.8. Morning WorblD
Part SalMM\ .Mra L. A.hby" Arbafaatird --- -- ---- -- -- ---- title and Intercut cf tt., 1
1'.ld.n --Rob... Johnaan .'n.. BAR p.m., Dora. l ''I'UI: 1'11'1'' "' Jl lli1'u: a iii II I' You can grow the new plant in rams,. Oliver Buikli-B In and for Ihe M-, her aWtI'atuli'On, | I prupoitv p.m.. MYF780pm

h..rd Tu_ 'Irohoo.. IN t N II I'oil M, til I 11% I'ot ,_ last I Season's pot. but the pomscttia Pruning is 'the secret of a cano luwlhl deeirlbed 1"1'101 located anil to brriini' dpnlel, unrltimt :' ...... bv.ning Thoroday Woinlilp
Martin Fair Aiaoclatloa JiOO Junior
County 'I 1\ lolllllt, : thi OlpiIpol au'l h IIiin I' choir
PIIATiii'NA'L-oRGA Ii: T oN'i- I're.loI..t-J. W. Hu..., 1'11l1'11/ :' bitt'' I will be hippier if you set i it! in py ot color next' (hnstmas. II A".lh County. liuilda, to wIt: .ewlllh,' |....,1uf'.fn., lip. iibnvi, Ida p.m. Thunday". Senior Choir

Acacia Chapter. Order al DeMalarMailer lat Mon, 70 ,.no.. Agricultural! Bld.. i'I HIi I i 1I$'r.\'I'i I D] I inN ."' ) Ihe soil where it can flex its roots As each sprout' reaches twelve I'ndll'ldpd I s 1"'I..t III ...t C inuit, on the tub .,, .','b"I8"Y." FIRST PRESBYTEJ.ANN. Ply. ..

'4IK Cour-Uhool.Mon, ,liiO e..... Maol. BiimiSnd TampI.muo.nla Marti 1'.ld.nKd County IU.Golf......and Gauntry Club KlUHINllNiiiinil,\11\11 :M. LI.IK I I I1tt better than in the confines ol'a inches long. pinch it back to six 8ulh 01.1., :,, Jp.aoi of ,rH'rhl\:: \ 0'" ""':'; i .Iow 111,4, YIIII"III.e are OIly'hrnbv..me nnllllril.1...hi. Out la OILY.1110v. A. BrIlNoy .P...h,. ...

....... t.odo Ira luai., IPSO p.m. ClubnouM ,,' .." .1 I mehes Continue' Ihis cruel treatment I.ot a. Het. J d Tnwnnhlp 37HKanue b. *r ntl b.) Benin* IL", PC of eoe urn. Morll". LOWII., .
'lI1I' M '1'11 II pol.If jntir 1I'.n. .If anv. lipi n Iptltluiipmattmnvrii 10.00 .
Pall C I:Ill l'Il. all 41F aa III Pint Hoik, Ipoor a m Sunday Church
liwird'r'bun.."Vn,. M.mnla. 'laaipl Martin Couat* .t. BuraauPro.l \11 tho vIvdItpl'l "1 Ih,' I'"ltl; ,' '.1' you did not get a Blf of poin. to sprouts until' the middle n( M"'ln, Ci'unty 1'ubliu .'Ouiililriaon H.ottMiKhlrnnn 1:00: am Morning Woi.hlp H.bol
,. A:Ibart .... I Nnllla kll'llt's.' il'ul.t I IIHI sellias for Christmas 'lf September Then Mop to give I ( 1 O 1'\.r uI.
Circle. Elkl : is Hle".d.olc.
Miller \ .
Ana : :: : : easyto
Ind Tbura. Dainlnol Inn ,' I hinl, i,> iiiitlfliil, iinr i iiniili, I -I ,liIn ,> Ihe Ill."I." 1"ln.lll.: You rniMt fll- Ihe PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY..
p..ld.nl-lIr. Wllma Mdler. fIt,' Oil)' r"'I.. .. or d. .i.tn":,I. whl'hIh.y esi ihhsh plantings of the holi pi,int tips j ch.mee to set their .. I I. lurehv iclven I Hint, on or pit'mllnK' the Hobe Sound

Sod Tbun' I ,.... BIts LwlnBet Martin County Hiatorlcal ......., Illut h.'u :":1111111", "hl, 1'1: "I,,, diy orn.intent:il by purchismg bracts of f color pet t.ilsPonisilii.is W!, n..d.) Iho 7,11. d., ) '.f I"ehru. offlie, of thr: Ih.lk of l'I'cul (. ..1111on tLOYU U. HAGER 1'0.
SerarltyfaJ"lrinTkur < h fore the 1.Ith d 1"ehtuaiv a:JO a.m. Sunday
Slin* Phi .Praaldoat .M.urlca 0. Hart.... I hll nfflie of Hi. I'UIIIII, v J.td0r ary, between tin I of I or S..ol
too if M,illln I'nunlvriiiitlliniiHi I'l.I It, polled slotk from a local nursery show their color according 1 AM and ion hO"M tliKI: olhrrwlm., mull, II"','ll.. 1 1 >00 ..... Worahlp Hervlr
Zoto I'M
.. : I 11
Fp.llum lat T. .., 7 HO p.m., Ural National BkMultlpla .. : 10
\ .bi. 'WI ; jll.I'.I: :I:: IIG S 80
d"lIltd) Boil ''l t Hiimi- m,in. However some green 'thumb to diy; length and temperature un I ha anld lot, at I the fiont mul doer : may b iiitiicd .rthwHb. : p.m. Youth lollowahlp
.. I p.m.. koaiee Llallnf ....1.. In PIn tOt .51 'II,lr I1....hh., r''m' ''h,. A pi.mt win. dxir of tlm Martin, iiuntv, ( out I 7 uSa pm. Wed: Adult Yo..11 Choir.IND .
XI Gamma Phi Chapter Uaoratary Carl: H. Tumor d"t, ,. ut' Ih. mat mil,,Hi ot I I h,," ,,0 I Ihl. operators feel thit they have better nelr a lighted i fliitme I ..I all rlajit. and n..J:, "I 11.1. II.lIn ('o.nly. RIV UNITARIAN
F..ld.no-Mro. C. K. BlMura Ind.4th Tuaa., I *..mPalm lIII.'rI"A.'ln: <'ttl hn n. drntd pp.II :, luck if they use animus. dow or a street light often refuses 'Intarent II in Id Ja<' 1It1 ., P'l.u ida. thla d.y of rorl Pierce FELLOWSHIP
I ...... urnDomiki. I,. In. WrltitiK. 111101 I 01,101 .1...' ,II h.. to color like 0 Ii thIn In and lo Iho above tI-. 1..h' C".III, C.nc.r.
lit-lrd Thuri.. p .1 i .
up neighboring plant IHIIOITIIY I'HB"hry .
City Horn* bamon.lratlon Club pi,.. ,../.ld'n" and, pu.t ur/le., You ciin root hardwood pom- rllbed I | '. fuhllr Am lion lnJlu't. J.nuuv'l 8....,.. P. S.uuh
... al th* American Ravalutlaa ', .,,101,.,... ur I h. dllt".nl.,, .lId m nearby corner. The IIY'b ;: -.low.hlp '' lu"dO I
1 '
Mrii. tha 'lt (1"ull
ro.ldtillt- hll allh I Hlta"' o." 0o.l' stilks holes I d.lrler to :Idrr for foul: to Sohool. 10
Marlon Hum1.SBrd by in Mai'tin I' I"I rl I IUy t'.I.w.hlp Cm. .
II. 0n--Mru. punching > :
: I.. To.... till, ...., Clvl Can.. I h. mil I. h. I h. <'1lthllllnl.I hi..V'rlll l'tll best flower development is when mllarv and ull ,.o tGiven .. l..hd.
Thur... home. "r hi. ,pllrI'r.: ,. "r It "III desired location. In'rtingthrec under rm hnnd and oral thin .\OU" NS: yiKiaMI'IH PENTECOSTAL BIBLKIndlt .
Moth.ra' Circle al D.Mol. P.l.Iuuo K.n.eI Club b'I'u,1O, : .0101 hr""lln"I : ", lu lao'. of each of the I the night temper.ilures range from Cub day of JanilHM.' 1'IUHOY 1'.pII.: l'I.kl'mel'IT I CURTIS 1..1.
Praildenk-Mr. *. Jennie Duncan4th Ird Wad, I ".m. I'll cd Iht. J llih diiv of .i Inniino'. quarters woody cuttings hO) to f.2 degrees. r Bvivfan\ HiiPHtn". ('bUIlT I'i7.11L; ) 10:80 a.m Sunday I.hol
Mon. 0 pm, Maionl. Tempi Call AT 7-1144 fur maatlnl. plaoa l'Jid. into the soil and pressing I the -. MVItriNtOLMX:. LOH1DA lob.: Jul.. 1. 2. UHf.I' I 7:80 p.m. Sunday Evaniellatle

L.d...' Aualllarr t* IndlM. RiverEaeampneat HtlSTMlllAI.: TUSK: soil: (irmly I around:: the base He la'Ii: P.I. ISIIIAL.) I 7 180 pm Wedneaday Blbl. .
21 Port Saloons Ham D............. CluBI'uaIhntNr. .. (II!<' rill,Miln l xt"II'u'' i ul \1 1:11'j: : t'ub.a. Jan. 9, 80 1961rHT 1'111 .n "TJI IC..1'" C 01 lIT
Chief Matriarch-Graf.* Hall .. lllluh Nowllnlat tip NlHlf, nJ Nooiiil,I N'IlIoily ;. sure lt) keep the soil moist Mulching I i" -:I 1100 I t ,I' I IOU I 1,1,11 l' 'FlIP' 14 u lt. 1\11'1'\1' (UL I'I'\'U; I

tlb Tu... i P."". lOOP Hall Ihura. BiOS p.m., Civic Cantor Kll,'hum. I p'I. around the cuttings will help" n'l I .11'1 II I I" IS li 1'.nl: I WAN1IIJ: Younj Men of
Order .1 Odd Fallen \ Ul>t\Sl| Ml'HKHJ\ : I l 1111 I'11'IIT. \ I" TIIM oIl SIT JI ,.W. C I .IIH'. I Action I
Noble Independent Grand-Albert L. r'reemea 1 Rlptlda':rmldinl Playara-., ': nl:1C Martin. KbuwSt County II.\lIIt\ 11.'1.1'i I".I Pt I 111'110"Y I ,.1' Jou Idmtiil loi'urc.' soil tern ..1..1'I .11. \ : '\ < 5 1 lit 501.. .'I.HII 011'1.1' I 'I'JI. Iil.PPII t P'IllC.IOS'PI'A'ZTK'LIUON 01" I Training

Pu,.'., -J. P. Wilh.rl.tIrd Th..ro. pcruUire and weed-free conditions 555 .'11 a7o IN H : .
Ij U."or.1 Morilnu 'f.
p.m. I .111"I'll '0' 10" I7n: ''n'
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.: lOG? Boil J\Mm it M :i I : 'A __ ._ Stuart Jaycees
Tu. Lout Thuro.. 8 p.m.. U".I"... Mo.tIg I I'ipt' Jan in 2.1. HI". lib li. I"HI' \ TI01.. u D'rp..lld.
'Eacampmeet SOut --- -- l'loIltlIf I I ) 1 I1O :IIIIIIIH
.. 'KI.\ITY. F.,
River ---
Indian ---- I
.trl..b-I'o..1 54honBd.4th Lurlo Inlat Yacht Club. '"'1'" 11 I'p' n.III.O.M"; : -, ,. I '' '' All lh> rl..dlo.. of the bBlutc, of "or.IO C.I I
Chin lOltuhls
Con.m..doL.n Ha '... ) J 1'0 C .: ('Iioriu. I ltcr.on dwala- Jack
H.11 "Olo'rln'
lUO) J111'0 1OTIC- II'I.t.
Tu... I p.m. loll \ l llll'a'O,a"IOI, '\I. \ orm 21,880
lal Ihura. I p.m.. Yacht Club Sod Management I All o'cdto. 01 or tit, m. Il.ruhh' o.il raqulrd *
1' I 101.1'1.
11t'1' lllI
3.... "B.u.h"'\\rhfl..b: ... AuallIorrITb. -/\1'; lie .ni-iti.tllIlII ii I i IH >- \ $1: IW ,' 'I bU : ei;eH aeil.ar to file anv ilalma or d<>inand. Don, S97.4 O
P.d.nt-El 1'O ;, ,
Stuart Board of RaaltoriHi l'OIITHI I I and I i I'"iilrrIa which they niav have .. llut anld
Wlmool..I.) .."Hi.nt....K.n.um TIlt.,,, 'In'1' : A I'\HIHI I' '1.' .\ il'tlt'l'NtltlStIt "IMUlh" .1"1:: Mo In:rt.n". or d""oola, K hli'hthev rHtula In the nrrico of tile/ ('ounlvJuil I
P".n-.I..I. C. Wpinl lat 1 b..r.. BoW "OIMI1IHr I I 71. may aUHlnet, .01:1 i I lelal; ...
Stuart of
C... CkotO.. S p.m.. ;H Ol .IMXM' I'. Really Sprouting i.uop. < Martin County rlnrlda.
Ind.d'" I'rl.. 1 p.m.. J. B. II rvii I YOIT 'P: Il of .
1 HI'all: In Ihe of ill e the I ounlv liiilneof the .
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.., .... InvltadP IHII' ft/ .IO"I'JI'II|' | || 1) I".\lt 1 Iliill SnTH'IID enulhulI' Confidential Investigations
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> Stuart Stamp Soclary thou' a 1"I ", :':, fI., Martin (Oounl. t'hl Id, 'In Hefoitrt no ) 'DI mnntha
.C O .1.......... I.: -.'William II. Scott JII, I b..h tiil ,iuo,,,-, '":, and TOIl h.COO Hoinw at Hluarl. I 1"lurhl. from Ilia: ll', of the flrat publication Criminal, Civil & Domeatfc
P a..tor Ird Mon., S P m.. Public Library ""I"llIlIrl I Il'l7'l'I'il At least 1 filly golf courses were ,,',"'.i."l' I.., ." I ''lP"r ,'ou. wbilI "Ix r.lond" nl1lh., of 0.. Not I... bain: ilahn oidninanil
Pro.ld.ntMr.. P. I MI.. ) .I".we"" "" 11,. I tltlen ,I'frtp the data of fl..t IlIhiirutiI5 '.f niunt b.In and Mate-\\ld Service
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lat-lrd ...., I p.m.. aomaaah&aS. T..rl.1 CInbl.I.B.d : ) completed or under constructionin I I" .u'h i "":1.1.,,,:,: :UP"h i pl.ivIifI'p thla hol.,*. r;k..Il ilulni or di'niaiiilmuat mtiat atair Hit plar of r..ld.m'c
11.0.. I p.m.. Youl" 00.. I ln'tt'IIi I p.r""d'1 WII, I Horidi last year which reflects ,"lllrn.\ 'I'. III"k, P. .0. IHo In writing, and hl.1 unitetlm ,,I anil, 1".1. adlrxaa of the COLD COAST PROTECTIVE
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... C. B. A.hl.yS.d4th I. ""' hupt I..""..,. n'" nl Ih. ,',,,,,,- the tremendous growth of the turf n'I.lnHI 1:1,: 1'1, I :."l"I..,., :H'"r I". n.h..nd, r rltI,5 Ill. addreaa plat of of the realdeiue,ilalmunt, and, ami p'.iottin'e' nilmt ," "lm..I.. hla.1 aufnt b. awoin or attnr tn hlb. ) StR> ICE, I"

Wad. 10 "10.. komal Ships carrying 6J.\J.U( ( () ( ) ti>nt I I. ( \II".t. loIn. I II,'",'II t'n""I' In II industry d./.o I In, .1.,l I h "'",n"I.lht In III" be aoorn to b\' the 01.1""",. bl.I..llt. n. .el.I.Inl.or "lll b null of t'.rl.h I// I 1" lull ,' I
........ for Clrla H u IIHIIIUIhli orrh', It )
Ord., .l .. I ""I: .: 11 "0 lbS ('i rI'IIiI or hla attntmv. or b.
Worthy Adl.ur"Murul. Whll..ld.l.t..Ird : of cargo uyd the Panama Cumil .1 liaihl| i imioa. "I r, !In'.Ih, | l 11 1".I.h. Jock Cablcr. assistant. orn.imcn- Iiir I 1. U","I. 1"1", llo. ?,, ,,. h. void Hreo"t"t to IttorMlOIUrl \I. > :dI1h' !Srd day of December.

: Tua., I::10 p.m. Maaonta. i mpla in 1961. a record A Mlllpr | IK0l
Royal Palm RabakahaNobl till ,HIP, Juditnipnl, ::; on "lh'I li, anlijvnprlilliin i FMI Tl) IH) $mJ.'de.' l flASK /./ A I.I'F I1AVTER
Grand-MrS. Clar May Talmaa IK. tL AI>\ Fal'l'l'Pl1P'lI : :, Extension Service. hayS mini l b, DefHiih: win b .. tukrniNh .. iTIAIT PATTtIUOX. :
la -lH! Mon.. I p.... 1UOP UU1 ___ In tlm wan 1'lIlIhl1111'1 IHKIIP h.llIV': I.h IPcnrilnl ,'n that this w only one activity, thatindiCalt't aao'I.t, 01,, 0,, .I I", .I.t Imm.nd- : M&lljIIAdmlnlll'I.r ,, (a r. hip ralatuof Stuart Rotary Clu
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Elba Lodf. 1170BxaJtad 111111'1'11'1' limk I hll"', h ''
p .tu.l.J.n. I vlpil IHI nil rlKhttill the growth. Ihe numhei \ .:.1.1" ot WHII"n, H.l"uirt' 'rmolllIU..on w*
t % It toil : ;ln1.t im-paavd. .
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lookarI I. mul "tI' ftu..t.
tntprput DIP ,
Hutor-Uaaa of mill 1 PPIMlllpi '
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..... MondayaStuart 1\It III, MOHIII1 .' In mid far thu falluwlnic ilirllipd -.- of cily parks and memorial parks day M..II".r .1 ml,11,,,I nI., 11"1" '.1",,. : (I. ITTMtN u'ooaud mrmtuos OttrHTrHHOVBv SCOTT r : B. Stantoa Malay ,1
Skrln. : > |"tn.ptv| I 1''II', d In Mm tinCon hat increased too for Admlnlnlralor Hrralda.!
VHTA1K: OH1 ( 1,1110"11 It 1711i'W. Allure' / / T T tnillhtorannAttiirn
.1'.ld..t>-oI..Clubr'lat )0'1\111:1): !. n I j HalllH, lu nit P There is (: : I'I i.1RCt.lT Ill Kurt Oeean Ii,d. .>'a for Kxcxulrlx; KaaltkS
hO TII.. 5,10 KaU. Clubroom. 1I1\1is\\,p,. ...." t 107111 'n.1 ir inuk in v inJ I greit for speci 'ol'lr 1'1t P.. ,). Uox 1184Htuart V O prawar a a < .t.rl
n... ... Clrla Clufc No. II 'U'NI.t1 'Ii. C II paUa'oHl: 1 1 :N .1147 burinIllHil IIIPIKP .ilislt! in turf grass management JV ;: tSUY: I"brl'io I 9l u.rl. rlorldaPuh InnCITY
.. 1'11', : : January 10th. I .' .Ian t, *. II. tl. loll
Praald.at-Paula. Mao Arthur All ''III..r. ut Ih. .",111. 01 1'lnle t Oh 41(0Vmi for golf council and parks And 1'lrll "III Viral I'ub IU
,."" $.6tb Mo". TilO P... IOOP Ball Fri..... ilr.r".. d"COH'P" oro hrrr.Li' Ilb '. : ',": )".b I. 1964. i I'Ub: !U. lt). SU, ..1 mill
1I.'lrl. H"I rqlIlrd 10 file (' more and mord h,> are 50,51101 ISp' IS'I'PPS'l'lOISapa.I.'rI'Il :
United Commercial TravolaraBaolor nniiiHt' 111 Nn. 1l'wlr i. T. _
Counaalor'-Ed HowardUtTttir. .i.o. p.liltupa or d..n."d. o'il'Il. Iltry huh 7 .V.YJ'IIi'1.. 'banrlnv 111,11 turning from the traditional J Il'I' Or I Ml-MlIX p : TO ) ; : p'll, TtTII. \ : < ,
grasses .
1H'.Tt:1: M "lI' > 4Mr IkOTICH' Orl'| III It 015.7114150 NIi.'a I. b. that oh.
bave ,
HaUU.lta4 ln.n' Hkalnvt aalil mtHta In1 1'111.
.. Wooama 'llIrhl" lIr..ua, 1,111I. Zto. 8I'
S p.m. to turf tar their lawns. I ,'|,, Ptibllo Htmrlnawill be held
time of lh. ('..MIniv' Jiiilim oflur. ItlHd9 grasses :" : Civ,. |hM, th.underalirne A und..llh. und.. the p000in1nu
D.u....... of .b. C..lad. opraaldona tin I'nuntv. J"l.nrilu.< In lhi ('..u.l. ,I ,": .,1 l,., tie, 1".lol.n. bv the (PIty Comnilaalon of the ('Ityof Law nf Inrlila,
.-Mra Martw H. Hawaii $liuuaa .t "''III""' rlullilH wllhln aixlaloii'Ur 1'00,11' "' ,h' Ii... ..hr .1" ,',1 Ihllt 1111' As I career orJrtunit. at nf t'"pI", \ ::: ": I U.,,. of "'n.ld. tuuart, Florida on the louis day Ait hndlorj 1 rea-leter with;: the
Snd Boa.U.IRy nIh. (, tin. present turf *' 1.1. I i aimer. of I I tin ocliukt ('irl. of th. (' ," Oourt IB and COMMISSIONSTUART
In ditto of un- :
loin I Tluu.dut Ii ttf l"'hruiry' Wlb t ; il" : : "
Chapter. Ordar of Eao...* Slur tha flrat ptiullntli, ... it thla null,'... I 'II b % ,!::;' t.n,, d:1U':, :'i' 11:11AM limited field And the salaries Clerk for "r Ih :,.:,., 111, t',,Url I I. ..0 In.'m'C,., "I" lon met.Ina for Mrtln C,mnlt, rlnllda., uponreielpt
I .'W Matron. -Mra. Joaapk Cranbihaw Lurh: ilulm ur tlvmall I inum I.. I In, I 4 lit I'M. .1 II all .V itnn are .. M".ln, 1.,.,,"":" H.rlda. upon ? ( llr Hol In Hie I of proof of publliatlon of
, .....tb Tb,.... P ,..... Maaunia Tampl.GOVERNMENTAL .. wrliln I Kill '' pimp I tha told dm>' .t th' 1''lt.ltll"' ,'ror good. Cabler says ,. ,": f ., publication of Crtr nf 11".1 t'In.ld. .... ob. thla notli. th. flultloua nain* toVLBRM -
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I ORGANIZATIONS ot th. rlulmnnt mid m".1 be 'Wo"n'n I u lll N,.M. nil 'IHI.' Hint I r- degree in ornimcnt.il horticulture \ Weat of 0 Itt ". > SBAKIOn MAttkbT REGULAR MEETING
b> Ih.. cUiniunl hi. am'nt. nrhla cot 'if tli: mild.I.hl I .. Mill,", 111"mdI with ipecialization In turf 1.1T'U' : 'IrilAlTr SHOP Ilm'k t". Am'ld.dplot .mder "hh'11 en.-a.-e In
Clip CowamlaatoBMayor II will bvuuo ,. und."hI i I '\I I i .nKuv In bual- nf )Klverald I aa per plat bu.I..a. plnrour
mtoint-y' ur void Ui abiv dau-rlbed : "h
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! -KF OuokaDd.4U '. hw Publliuitlon: ::, t I.< ,tile hlirhpiit ipeitj.(.1,1.at| n\lnagemcn la a\llabl\ from the I ".. h"vlll i 10:: nintlnal |.la<.. of thereof recurded In Dank 4, bunlneaa In Fort Salerno. Martin ':00 P.M. 2nd and
I | Me.*. I P.... City Ball 'riusT NA1'1tII.\t.; BVVK i ilir f..i :".h. I. unllufy nll, 'O"u' University Florida College of .. .that -artlea Intereated .
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.Coaat C..... A.aalI1.rVCummosh..V0P0 OK1 HTIUHTAdnilnlnir lion itnil nil ruata. 11. InIP..t..5 In cil In aald bualneaa are Mr and MONDAY
Chaao. .ti.r of Oh, rotate un1'I.'r mhnnil, a. I ..*.1 Agriculture Almost without exception biiMi, ": \,' fMrl J. Wren CITY fOJIMISXIOV orITVART. Mra. U Mtnlth of Port lal.rno.
110'", S p.m.. CoPO CostA Au. IW. or rriBla Oracn d..<.iaaod.CRARY Ih'n. 91 dav ot J":numn I I".C..1,. the .:oleg degree is r of ore 111..,'III. .I, P.I,," :0., .,, 'nd that there rUlKIKA r'li,rid. and that Oh rr.are., o.ho Sluart City IlaQ
CRAftY CKAHT r. H AX bit. Hill' K1FP "b p. .1. iWrot.4 In 1" CAIE MeCKAHV. p.ron. Inl..I.In aald b.ln.
CommlaalMCkalrmw .
County to get in this Rid "i 'mea
A. wombs B>:: Wm F. CrnryI 1 MARTIN < lt NTV. H/HIIOA quire job Cl..1 I )I. SMITH
Frank hily
5,4.4.1. l'mrn'- .-. -.. COUIhOUS .u Jun. la. IIJ, 10 IVb. I. 1061 Pub Jan 111 tJ. JO. fab ,. 1064 I. field. Pub.' .MI1_ (..1,, t r OREEN, < ](>(ub'It.,.. II .6 I PubI, )HI. 18 B. U U 10 ROY F."MMITH 8 1X4 PIAIWem4


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