The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00162
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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: February 6, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00162
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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G';, 'r"ntees Your Ad Coverage Of Martin County Communities


All Martin County Is Invited to Formal

Dedication of New High School Sunday

Bailey to

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light dchcIII'n ccmiioims .ii Ih,

new M.irlin UMinly HiL.h Schoi. I

beginning .il 2:41 p,m.. Suiul.iN OvtellsWe're
'Great Growth Area'Jarrard
lib_ >> I UK' public is muledCm .

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will lie I h..I11.In.. I Bule>, slate
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1IIIS IS 1IIE NEW Martin County High School on S.K 'h into cost was $830000()()() Please turn to Section D todi\ 101 mcriuiphologr MUK..11 .

III which students und faculty tire moving from the ok* building or) "iphs and news feature, uhout this new bum >'II "ml the
( lisses
East Ocean Boulevard Completely in conditioned ilv over-all new leaching methods>> to be employed in it "Hid.lllyloIflCll inIhc
new I ml HIM Km n Roid ,pi.mlot
M,irlm County\ llieh SchoolWeilncsdiy Hack to Canada Suml.iv I I Urges County

-I Set New J J'aluation morning, On I lucsdnv -
pprahers I
nil student! >*> h.id un opportunity To Get More
News on Folks From Th U> ni.ike an orient.,ilion
Prime Minster Pearson
tour of the Thc
new building
school IMA met 1ue-.il.iy evening Tourist Trade
Ordered for
RamblingReporter $18,666 Deposited !, und mcnibets hid their
Had Real Rest Isle
lirsi glimpse: ot the modern laCllities on .
Wendell Jarrard dirceloiMoridi I IJ
a Suneoiist C onfcrcnccbaskclbill
gime iignnst I ore t Call1llhun ', J\11I11\ter LL\tcl l'eu'\(1II I'ctulncd to ('anIJ,1Sund"v Development (, ">mmi" ion
rllne '
Final Land
Indiantown .
termed M.irtin C ol 'ihKreut '
Span H,II ueted ounty me
on UH a curt un reiser .
for the fine new hut the IllIer1'IIlIdlllll ., wc'k ,'I Iclu\ulilln ul Ihu hlll1lc "I a growth areas ot I lorui!."
gym ''flen'" Itl Ihe '1 uwn IIf Jurltcr 1 lund ;; future'
Titers unfortunately le>sl, 7-47
I A tot.il I "I l SIS I .666 \ 1OP I IN BULB SU.KS been work acquinng ng of-way Mmictor the project has been .. .. .'' -"f", ,' ,, ... our growth m t t
ordered deposited hthe State project which is expected I Ielimmite 1., in the SKI) budget loi Hcvcra i nu "oatillg. f..IIII1I1. Ilr 111111. 110 \\.eonlent III trudu ('anlulu'ln"1 past t ten years phenomenal ,, ndmged
Stuart Lions Club reported 100 Roid Dep.,irtmcnt and Martin one of the most t hazardous years aw iitmg tmal ieeiiisitiorI | 'I lion, His topic will he [Flondiihdiication \ fur JUllilcr hland's COCIIoInlli pU"l1 lind IjlliCI ocellil beachel, A j greiiler concenlralion ofcltort
I per cent sell-out in its light bulb County tor eleven a 1'eof land l intersections in the countvMri I I ol nglit-ot i w I.:i\ Looks! to Hi* I uturc." on developing tho tourist
sale, with 500 packages of bulbs in three !piuccls to be used for .ipproichcs I _ I Iho program will begin with I 'I ijht MCCIUlly rrCclllitlUII were 1.lken ulld t>h\crved during industry
sold und orders for more than I the pi 11111 nUI1I\ler \t.IY. No rcpllnl "I hll afl'lv.al. IInd dc. ,,
You have
to the proposed hiLh, u liltecn-minute\ conecrl bv theM cvtrythiftg ti>r i '''
we had:' said lion Bill Berry level bridge over !Si: LUCK Canal ; >: Sarah Wood Resigns* .irlin ( ounly High Schinil Baiu poll tun: weri imidi" ism; climate svutcrways lishniiiami I

Funds raised go to the club's sight at IndiantownM I .. under the direction ol I leMovn fl'. \ H" .." .,'''\'ftMMHfMi benches," he saul. but w, 'i ''I
conservation! project. irtm Circut Judge- PteitlcrTrowhridgc 1). Roll Ida buntl' concert \\ill are gelling less 'than one-lent, tltoursul ,

Tl issued the order alter Edward T. Murray Chosen conclude,with pllt vmg eW th, "St...... Fire 'l1 terfer rs' Jf'It-III'J. +, l- \ \ of Florida' : toiJarurtl :

US: CAUIION ON MWROU : appraisers M P Nelson und Roland Spangled Banner.* .. ..1--. :-' npoka t Ih Wcleon I '
I' ) IRUIIC MVIICII' Lueder both cf Stuart, val I Invociiiion will be given by the Imlustry banquet of Martin C mmly -
ued the land as follows: 3.11 acres Democratic Party Head I Rev, Milcolm/ / Him, pustor I'f Coinrniitce of 100 nt Sunrise''
There have been a" number of owned by M irlha Hcndry ol Tarn the First Presbyterian CTiiirch of Go to Roadside andDon't Inn MoiHiuy night.Representative .

1 accidents m the past ten days on pu. at $9,066.60(): 5.d acres under Stuart 'followed by MI lute li" the of local indus
U, S. I south of Stuart where trustee Donald B. McKenzie with Edward T Murray Stuurt was lie, led by ton (SkictTyson) try were honored at Uiu speaker*

traffic has been switched temporarily Mr and Mrs J. E, Hollcnback elected chairman of Martin County presuleni of the Student Council, table.
I to the two new southbound of Palm Beach us mortgige holders Democratic Executive Commit' Superintendent Tho mil I 1 Chase Truck{! Wulter Crowell of Dicker on
I lanes>>. All motorists are advised to ut $9,031 .96; and 06 acre Crook t>f Martin County schools inc., declared/ : "W art goini, to
use caution on this stretch. owned by Raymond and Florence Ice in un executive session ol the will wcleonic the group und inlroIduce Jcinonatrulu our faith in Martin

I,)' Clements ut $628, body at the County Commission guests Henry- O Kindred, Tounly by announcing; plans' forexpansion
Private vehicles hattt interfered ile-ly/ drive' to u position parallel
IVINRUDr: :, IIBFRACrRLM.W : Value of the lind wts appraiscd room of the courthouse chairman nt the Martin Counts I I so much with the of Slu- 'lo, und/ us close us ixxisihle! to, thc Jack Jn the near future
PublicInstruction, will ojierntion of the Indian-
Bonrd of f
: ACQUAINTANCE:. by the State Road The meeting was called by Mn, right-hand edge or curb ot I the
Department I Sara Wood, until her present u history of M"trim Connty Ail I lore liucks/ recently I th .. t own Company said. : "We are dc-
at $10,876 j chairman Hliect or avenue, clear of uny in
Natives of Milwaukee, and boyhood I lighted to
t High School Superintendent co-operate with in L:
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MumUpul Jiulgu Harry Dyer
later Iho
resignation in session to tersection und shall and
friends Ralph Evmrudc arid Plans for the new bridge have I Crook then will Introduce slop (ommilleu of lOt in bringing
Libcrace, renewed their acquaintance been completed und the contract accept the resignation of Morris Bailey spcukcr and I lire Chief Milton ell ilfm i In such position until the inch new business. .. us ixissible, as to

Monday night following Lib- Is expected to be let in June I W .McClure, ai secretarytreasurer | Following/ the adelrcss Super ucd a warning this week thai I 11111 hori/.cd emergency vehicle has Martin Count)'."

crace's appearance at the Royal County Commissioner Jack Williamson tcnelent Crook will present the uture violations will ho proseuled pnsscd. except when otherwise! di- Attorney Thomas Thurlow repesenlmg -
Pomcianu Playhouse. ibcruce his McClure has1 joined the post I reckx! by a ix>licc olliccr'Sec General R. JI -
spent several yeirs of school to Principal James ( F I mint,*
office stiff und under the Hatch ; 67 Ihe driver of '
the evening on the Evmrudc ( rutiim of
spent orn Port Vilcrnu
Wood.ill, Wood ill will t Ihc reeulcd :-
------- accept Violations of of the offleiull
Act cannot also hold political otfice uny City vehicle other than one on
'Chanticleer" alter the evening school for the student body Ihc Ihut the firm hid "helped l
performance Rev Walter 1 D. Jevsup pastor of >f Stuart tralfie regulations may hlllne1hull not follow any fire pul a part of Martin County on
uppuralus traveling in response the moon' /last week"

M nn: : BISHOP" 'IORmRF and Mrs. Mardce St Clair Jensen Stuart, will /give the benediction irisonmcnt for a period of not lo u I lire alarm closer than :500' Robert (Art) Melro,u, drumliin ; -

I'ROM) JOB Garden Club Beach precinct leader I o r following ecrcmonics the pub. nore than sixty clay or both, feet, or dnve into or park such Aircraft und tngincermgorporalion
vehicle within block where '
AT IIOISE 01-' RUlJG..: District I I. was nominated and lie will tour the building und will Specifically, the sections of the the ( said: We appreciate
elected to >succeed> him be served refreshments from the emulations being most t frequently fire 'apparatus has Mopped:: in answer the ,co-opcralinn of the cutinty' und
Steve Bishop, caretaker of will the Forty-two men attended the orjiiniAittori.il Mrs Wood then resigned. giving "' .1.1I home economic! de-purtment of isregarded, says C hicf Cinffin, to n fire ul irmSCIIOOI thl! City of !Stuart in our cxpunon -
House of Museum' "
( meeting l ol a men's personal reasons, and Murray, the junior high school Student arc: here
retire at the end of February, according garden club held lucsdiy eve who has been vice chairman and I OV,\RD T.IURR: \V Council members will conduct the I "Sec. 64 (a) Upon tho iminedi- IIOXRD 'I IOIMIrl Jack Norris., M i nut. Maid
to Stephen Schmidt, director his ihe I : \!IOMIYIhc (jroves C orpor.ition I Indiintown,
ning at the First National Bmk is serving second term on I I tour lie approach of un authon/cd
of the Martin County Museums Kay Fricl und Bill Ambler, city committee' was nominated and Ice ,ind iltcndeel imncrous party (iiicsls on the platform will I emergency vehicle when the driv- Mirtm ( ounly Board of aid Ih.it the firm 'considers it a
Bishop came hcre.; from iark l superintendent. were inhiirge elected to succeed her Ten memliers caucuses' ,m the.1.L'IL Muri,n Midi : include members of C ily und I r h giving audible ilgnal! by siren, Public Instruction will hold its I nviltgc to be a purl of Martin
Darby; Creek, Pa and has served : of the meeting of the committee were prescm 'i 111 11 he had heel presenting: the County Comnussions,: supermten xh,'nisi whistle, or bell the driver regular monthly meeting ut 7: 10p () i ounly,"
for the six and chairman Mrs W od
as caretaker. past L M Johnson, county agricultural > in those dents of school! systems in surrounding "f f every other vehicle ihull yield .m Monday! leb, 10 ut Ihe I President Henry Kindred wclConlmued -
one, half yean He plans to retire ugcnt. said he would be avail The nomination of a vice chair I instances counties ; Martin County elect (he right.of.way und shall immcdi- courthouse I ( on Page I A)
trailer with hot und cold
i m a able \to help the members with m.m was postponed until the next I He was active in Democrdtii cd otficiuls: Slate Department offducution .. -- ---------
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running' water and my fishing heir gardening problems Jesse meeting, which will bo called by purl circles in Newark !and Issex members; stale legislalivc -
rod: Schmidt stated that before County. N. J.. before to "
GriMm county park tupennten- the chairman Murray also said coming representatives ; college rep '
preservation' of turtles became a lent. also .. !Stuart !several: ,I .
attended Ihil four vacancies on the committee years igo rescnutivcs' ; members of Martin r. ;
(Continued on Page 3-A) I II I A nominating committee was which have been caused County Hoard of Public Inslruc.

ippomtcd including: H, C Palter- by resignations or by members t lion ; !principals: administrative
WIT Cjrus P. Trowbridgc Steve moving out of the county will Campaign Group stalf and other community leader
I Tale Twisting Kathkopf! Don Wclton und Raleigh he filled by appointment I from I
] BLickweldcrAIF names brought before the comniitlce -
( I ByMCKJWIES! I I Ij I men interested in pirdcnmg : for approval"We For Dickinson Filing Dates for

j TUB .'LH\U CUWIIOV I I are invited to attend the next are waiting to be furnl\h-I
State and) '
meeting the date and place of ed with the new maps showing' A campaign oruim/alion meeting County
This country has some of the which will be announced. | the fifteen precincts, with the I in behalf: ol the candidacv:, tif: Are Made Public "f"
best training schools to !help: men I recent revisions by the County Fred Dickinson" lor guvurnor was )

make a success I S\M SIMMONS WAS Commission," he declared held Tuesday night at the Pink ()tlificution dale* for filing as I

of their business KHLtl: IN :MIVMI Murray said that, "as chairm inun I Pony c"ndid.IIC for county offices arc
that ever have I ', objective will bo to solidify the I F.vn Crary Jr was elected from noon March J to noon on
been known. but I Sam Simmons twenty-one. of' party and to see that the'elections county Campaign: chairman. HcN I Mirch 17.Filma .
i we don seem: Little Dixie !Stuart, uhol to are properly conducted under state bert liminer was elected assistant for stile office will he
to be able to death in Miami early Sunday I laws. I' count)"" campaign chairman Bill' from noon Kb 18 to noon
keep the boy i lowing an argument m a btir, I While he took the forefront in Scott was! chosen finance March 1. ,,'"
i n Washington survived by his wife and fOI'1 the executive committee i challenge i man and Bob Johnson chltir-I The first primary election u '"

I from playing children, He I is expected to be : ol the candidacy and election of pomted to Dickinson's state campaign May 1. Kun-olf primary' is May
hookey! when turned to Stuart for buriaL County Commissioner Edward Mil- committee; 26 Ihc general election is Nov 3. ,."' "..
I our country I IH losing Jts shirt allover --- -- --- -- -- It>,. ,
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the world. (See you in Church

I Sunday) In Three Parts: First Saturday Night:! Feb 8Reiger's ,{'., of

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'I Temptur Last l Hlvh Wok'i Weathe Law, Ii&r lnf n I World Trip Film Set Museum

Jan tt '. 00J.n at
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: 4M ,II" A series of three color films I The object of their trip was to I Dr Reiger presented. t film on The third talk and film will
I .:; : i ; i: :; with an accompanying narration meet people of various countries his travels. through Africa over a I show their travels from Calcutta

trnperntura fur wtek: la.1 entitled "Our Pursuit of Peace," on all social level for" an inter-1 I year ago that drew a 'standing i to Viet Nam, to Australia, Japan,

i TIDES A* .. will be presented by Dr Anthony I change of ideas. During his talk, I i room only' audience of 600( at 1 and the return to the United States
"INtfcT01: A.St HI.II 'P,V Lo"A.M, W.t.P.Vt Reiger at 8 pm. Feb 8, 15. and Dr Reiger will discuss! the opinions Elliott Museum I The usual fee for admission to

I F.b. U J'o: .,as 14 22 at Elliott Museum I of people of many nations Hi* first lecture on Feb 8 will the museum is the only charge for
F b. T U 115 JJ S:4S The film, shown m its entirety I toward peace at well as make concern the couple i travels the scries There M no charge to
.:eb. I 10 .:", 10:11: 10'13I for the first time, depicts the 479-
< eb. oa .DO II:10 11:30 I comments on the "American image through European: countries, from persons holding membership cards
F.b. 10 I.. I 47 It.SSKfb. day trip around the world by Or abroad"
Norway to> Istanbul. Turkey in the Historical Society
11 .30 "U It:1)1 U Ir and Mrs Reiger in their small car What Americans do I The I C.ONL HSIIIV are these member* of the Junior Women Club, sponsor* of a fish fry Friday eve
can second film-narration attend
Those unable
b: 1 II] t} 4 ID T t II 1 lit:41 1 11F.b tBmlli : and trailer at a cost of $12.60 per to promote peace will personally be i Feb. 15 will take hi* audience from on 'I the first lecture person may still enjoy to the ning. Feb. 7, at the Woman Dub building Left to right: Mn, Bill Hotaway, Mr*, Richard Murphy,

ft, aiM. Id* ..... 44 S4I t.. day, a major part .of \toe film-narration Istanbul to Calcutta India others, a* each i II complete in tttelf and Mrs. Fred Rogers.





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OBITUARIES Robe Jasper Tesh seventy of Word has recently been received Judge Kanner Retires Feb. 15 I

Ault Road Port Salerno died in of the death of Mrs Evelyn I Stuart Students Now Take
"'" Martin Memorial Hospital Mon- D. Shelton, fifty.four, Wow of(
day, Feb 3. after an extended illness Archer Shcllon former Martin I
Count\ engineer M.... Shelton died After Forty Years of Service Buses to the High School
Vv ..ilar J. Kean ,
fifty-nine. of He is survived by his wife, Adelaide on Jan. and was buried in Beaufort -
N-H Palm Avenue. Stuart died in S. C. She is survived bv two I
M..mm, Memorial Fri. Teats. of Port Salerno: three Students from Slum who ..iri'< tin ("'unlIil1h I Schmil mil II t
Hospital daughters, Mrs. Margaret Wood chiklren: Anne and Archer (Dug A. O Kanur" the, sided untIed the judicial retire He w.churinin ot 1 the I-cgis
daJjn 't|l. A native of Elmer Judge '' ol' ( attending Martin, Counts High the corner of Palm Beach R..t I
"N, J he hud made hit home here I It ard of New Smyrna Bench Mrs gun) Shcllon District Court of Appeals, uk;*. I intent nysteniHe I muse nMIt\lIk".1 (onimumonI School will be picked up at four i ;sad Fourteenth Street

t the past five year He win a vet Otis Waddell of Rome Oa., Mrs F. WINSTON JOHNS land will retire cffcci te ret: (U'I> hoi been on the Second District I hut prepared the lil'8l l School C ode areas In Stuart each morning iboiit I The sime hUl41will niurn. ih,'
Richard C. Eley of IJule Rock he announced on Fruduv, He and Court mice, it established Since... being in the Appellate 1111,01.The.
(eran at. World War II and a : WM I students to the four "points in ihptiernoon ,'
member i>t D.A.V. of Fort Pierce : Ark; one !son Parnsh" Tests of. Sally Johns. well-known local Mrs Kanner plan i: return to I on July I I. I9<7. JuJfe Kunncr ,I Court "he was chuinn.m ol the four pick up points n r' cPuluKk : I before m iking Il Ih"11 i
He is survived by his wife. Wil! Mumi: six brothers and six J sinters fishing guide. was called to Washington Stuart about" March I I has been .ub the Appellate (ourt i Slate! Conference: ol 1 the: District Ii IiI : : Furniture (on Colorado regular nirnl runs
lena Kcan of Stuart: one sister. in North Carolina; fourteen last week I by the death of The veteran ?Martin (ounty clr for seven years anti was: the first Court Jutl.vs. unlil, he resigned Avenue .K... wi i i !k (hek! Shopping
!Mrs I aura Shcppard of Elmer grandchildren and five great-grand- her husband!. FrederickNinston cult) judue! and lc.isllh'r. who his: : chief jslleelor | I last \'eirIncludesil. Center at D. S I and Stale Rend HOIIF SOtNIl NOUSMiss
N J children. Johns, retired Navy officer who rendered some fortv ears of f pub ; nearly twent.thl'\'C> years. I i : in his ruords ol, con 7h the log cubin HI the old 1 Mar
Ciravesiile 'service were heW in I Funeral services were held in died Jan. 11 at sixty-nine lie service. wrote' (,,vcrnor" Farris Judge "'llRn 'r served in the |udiciin Iribittions to Slnirl hi M.IH ehnrmun _. Ann Churchman of '\1.11 i I
Firn Hill, Memorial Cemetery John. Funeral Home Chapel on Johns saw service as an officerin I Bryant th it he I' retiring because always without elective! or"- of the Martin ("'unl'lIn. -- -- wan N. J.. i is visiting Mr md Mi '
unlalit| 3 p.m. with Rev. Waller Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Chaplain the Navy in World Wars I and of his age "coi"pled. with tilkm position. He was first appointedjudc I cil o f Hiw Scouts ol, Anicnc John J. !keroiith; at I akeside SI
Jessup of Firs Methodist John N. Hudson of the First II. His father George Sibley mi COII\iterali" ", of health" | of the Ninth J Judicial Circuit he was chairman of the ?M.trim' Three Cars in 11 lie' Mobile Court
lurch of Stuart official i Baptist Church of Stuart official Johns. was a former editor of the He is seventy hy then Governor Spessnrd I II nullity Hospitil Boiirxl for twin.
ing. Burial was in Fern Hill Ceme. close I Ilusllind I IN ,": he was worshipful. nitKlti I Mr and Mrs. Ritmond Insleol '
ing J"hnFuneral Home was in ; Si Louis Post-Dispatch and a I He said he hopti\ le might he ye. : First Accident ,
Vxilh N. J ueekend
charge ol arrangements. I tery. associate of Joseph Pu1ti er. permitted to his ,,nirl .issignmcnis Before hit he served ux nineallornev ,101 the MI"le I odtfe!/ ; ilso is ,i Anilxn were
: visitors of Mr. and Mrs John
und (he I honda Scottish Kite Mison and Shriner
Johns was! in charge of mine Irom time I II' I nnic us isis in iU'i.isliiure ; :
ITUNK VIRtBFIFY \MUUM SIUKCFON GILLIS warfare in the Canal Zone in World for sisteciieirs. 'toe I Ilerm I was Ihe first exulted ruler ol (hiHl't At New School (HcoiiLh:"ourtMr.: al I iivcsMe Village Mobil
-- trout Slur lin Stuart. and presiuteintI ol,
William Sturgeon Gillis, eighty War II and later was one of the \ rerrc'lCntalive
Frank Vcrchcley "seventynine.n of Okimwi im (oiinly und' l Is.o terms us sent I the Kolm Club. He hidolumi- and Mrs\ Frank Benson ,siI I II
resident' ol Palm l Lake Park. Stu. 477 N. Indian River Drive Jensen military governors ;I Island Land Is :lor: for:: :the I hirly i I .third l> strict: :: I I nous correspondmii likphone" 1 Ihe. new Mirtin ( ounty high I ukcsido M,tliilc Court are N 'eat' '1
Beach. died Wednesday Jan. In addition to his wife the
his oldfriend School Us first ,luto accident
art. died Monday l-ch 3. at his which included Indiim Ri\e'r culls md 1'1.1'\(11\.11 visits to saw
Miss Christina Jonsui ol M
home 29 at his residence A native of former Sully Skipwith of ( hur. the then ComptrolUr Ir the first night' ol huskcthull nl ing
A native of Hungary he Orange Si I.unc. Okecchohcc and on
Enverness, Ala. he had been a lottcsville. Va. survivors include I Transferred for a 1111.
mil liter' his the school
came in the United States when Marlin (oimlies. nisi Amos t to sue new
resident of Jervsen for F. Winston Johns Jr.. I
eight two I
a voung man. He had been a resident years sons He was author of the k!;inner''ce'ssor in Ihe interest ol procuring There were no serious injuries
here for the past six and coming from Miami where he wasa Rocklcdgc. and Lionel S. Johns SumA Act which: en.II1ICe"IUl1iC\ antI, for Sin irt the grounds now I when three curs were involved inu Drowning I is the fourth Icid ni,
one.h,ill years. real estate operator for forty-two Washington. Funeral was at Ar.1 $$1,395,000 I dllrielt" use gasoline tax moiuvto ulili/cd Mimorul.. Iirk on I istOiciin smash. ,up on Slut, Rond 7h :it txpc .'I, (litil iccidenl One ot icr !\
years linglon National Cemetery o n Boulevard; He instru ft45 1'ue"I.IIII I Iron! ot, I '\ txirteen fitil icculenK i ,
He survived by hu wife. Leila huv bonds ut the best obtiutu' was pm
total of 2h7 of 1.ln" in '
He is survived by bit wife. Nellie Jan 10 "vi-es menIal. in Ro.id 76 to i I the school i. <:.III"IIW l il
E Vercbclcy of Stunrt: one daughter finds ut able price 1 his nil resulted in the procuring 'I _._. .
Mrs. Mary V. White. of Maiden B. GilLs, of Jensen Beach; one tnn :the south am I ;id siihncrgulUnd of Hulihmson t I laving of man)' million dollirs .to Indimtown According to n report" hv Depu :::::..:;:;. ;.- -
Mass: one son and seven son William S Cilhs Jr of Mi- II\ROLD 'LARK S'\\'I.E Island wt issi i M FruIts. according the counties and districts ol n'r. He his u"nlwe,1' Stuart ind Iy) Sherilf C', K. HusliN .1 i i car I I "Wa WORLD'S 1
grandchildren ami: one daughter Mrs C. W. Harold Clark Saytc sixty-seven to records 111 the ,M,irlm (kin Mirlin ("saintS :md' nevir rile,ised I driven by' Frank I mum of PMI I A
Funeral services will be held! In Mc&heehun of Miami, three of Beach Road Jupiter Islund died clirk olluiSilc ,, lie also WIN the author ol Ihi' his phxsicil ,'r voting rcsiiknce Sikrno MIS: mikinit .i lelt" turn LARGEST I
Johns Funeral Home Chapel at 2 grandchildren; three si..eN.. Mrs. Friday morning, Jan 31. ut his County Constitutions! Anumlnienl which in Sin inliulm into the school ireii when tinculm ,, I....... an, ototap- UNI4j ICdiL
p.m. Saturday with burial in Fern W I D Crawford of Selma: Ala.. home after a brief illness. A nativeof price was, \1.I W. i\\" ..lh"1 "Ir7
Hill Cemetery. Mrs. C. E. liter of Dawson Ga. Cleveland Ohio he had made land was sold by I .Imouth I lunit. erlv las on motor vehicles so Ihiithey ) return U. llun honu 111'SI I line I'vehicles. were. driven I I" I ho l1\\ .- :::15u1o, ..... M. .........
and Mrs T S. Barber of Shelby- his home on the Island the past cd of Canada! i to I the MiddlisixCorporition I : were only subject to one brat' I"slaus in 'itll.lnI hen his ut remcnl ( lolniMiil ol 1 I itpiciil I ..inns Ind _iow 1IIj AT '-1121 I

ville lenn forty or more >cars, He was formerly of Slum Both cor I of t tisxatsnn-ojuerabor's t license i iii eselfeci I Kirrv ( 'hurlcs I Hunter ut l Sluiiri -...-.----._..
b\ JamesKind .
controlled -- --- -----
MORE VBOUT The remains were sent to Selma, associated with the Cleveland I ,porn ions. ire --- -
Ala for services with burial in the Punch and Shear Works Company -
'Great Growth' I.we Oak Cemetery.. Yates Funeral of Cleveland and the Cleve- I --- -

Home was! in charlie of local ar land Crane and Engineering Comp 'The 91st Day'

mgcmcnts :my. He was educated in I the :
To Be Shown by LAST
Predicted HereByW.Jarrard schools of Cleveland and attend
SIRS M\Rlr: MVRYBFILEVILLFKr ed Phillips Academy i n Dover Mental Giottf
\ I : Mass and the Case Technical GOOD/YEAR

Mrs Mane Marybetlc Willcke, College of C kvcland He was a Under Ihe joint sponsorship of

seventy-two, a resident of Indian! veteran of World War I I. Mr. the Mental Health Associations. of s ..-
Sayle was! well.known as an amateur Si I.ucic and Mutin\ counties
(Continued from Page I 1)) River Drive Jensen Beach, died]
I in a Fort Pierce hospital! Sunday goiter and sportsman in there will he a special, free showing 3DAYS
corned the crowd of some 200. Feb. 2. following in extended illness Cleveland and was a former mem of the film "I Ihe 4lst Diy"
including city and county officials A native of Cincmniti she I her of the Country C lub of Cleveland Thi film will be shown (In Tint
Evans ('rary Sr. acted as masterof I had made her home i n Jensen Canterbury Golf Club of diy: Feh I II I. at K p' m. at I the
ceremonies and Representative Cleveland the Sailtish Club of Delaware School Auditorium in
Beach 1937. She
since was a member -
William E. Owens introduced the West Palm Beach and the Jupiter, Fort Pierce
of the American Legion Auxiliary
speaker of Jensen Beach Post 126, Island Club The auditorium is I located at '
Regarding light! industry Jirr and of St. Joseph Catholic Churchof He is survived by his wife Mrs Tenth and Deluwiire Turn left! !
le. of Jupiter Island: off U. S. I one street t before the : 7 : I
personal interest in new business one daughter, Mrs Joanne Gremcr i
She is survived by one son, Al : overpass
not only in bringing it in but also of C alilornia: one sister, Mrs Si
after shouldnot bert Willeke. of Jensen Beach; two Is- I Following the showing of this I
it gels here. Taxes J Burton Ayres of Jupiter
daughters Mrs Alvin Weiman of eighty.minute film there will he Thursday Friday Saturday
he arbitrarily raised or zoning land and! Shaker Heights Cleveland
Robinson and aiidnnce discussion
Cincinnati and Mrs. Pete
a panel
laws passed which arbitrarily and several grandchildren! : \.t
of Jensen Beach; one brother ; Dr. Jerome Roscnblum pnychologisl -
6th 7th
impede light industry A prayer service was held in :, February
I the Initim River Mental
Ninety per cent of Florid industries James Sturgeon with the armedservices Johns Funeral Home Chipcl Sit- at : ,
six i Health Clinic Mrs K. C. Sloan
in Spun: sisters. Mrs :
employ less than fifty urday at 4 p.m. Further service
Cathryn Gilmore Mrs. Ann Cuir instructor of psychiatric nursing
people he said. and burial will he in Cleveland:
nero Mrs. Helen Thomas Mrs. I class at the Indian River Junior
While he said
stressing!! tourism 3-T NYLON
bal Eslcllc Geyer. Mrs Florence Iombardo I College and Dr. Maxwell king,
that is "vital
light industry to
Marcia Roth Is
all of Columbus, Ohio president of the Indian River Jim
ance Martin Florida County economy.specifically he and Mrs Margaret Stcmhuck of Named AssistantAt ior College. will pjrticipiU. in the SAFETY ALL-WEATHER: ,
Cincinnati.A panel. The film is not re com UK nil-

concluded gcr chunk should of the go tourist after dollar a big rosary was said! In Johns Lobster Lab ed for children, . ..' . $ MORE THAN \

"The lion's share of Florida tourist Funeral Home Chapel! Tuesday at Miss Marcia Roth has been -- 00
appointed BLACKWALLSonly
. i traffic passes!! through Martin 8:30: p.m. Funeral Mass was held laboratory technician at Twenty Acres of

County. You should do every- in St Joseph Church Wednesdayat the /House of Refuge lobster Citrus Are SoldTlenlv
9 10 Bunul in A II 3
oftho'e was
thing necessary to get more : am
, project being carried on
--.!people 1 to stop _here" Sunls Cemetery ___, by the State Department of Con. acres of standing/ citrus... whatever your size
scrvation. in section 4, township- 41)) South. just add $3.00 to
Ross Wiiham local direclor of ringe: )H Fast. just west t of the blackwall '
our pricesl
Lunch Dinner Menu the project, 'said thit she is in Sunshine St,,ite Parkway near the
training this week at the Conservation north Martin County line were *
eiackwalls/ / start at. $15.95
THE SEVEN C's RESTAURANTU.S. Dep irtment's marine lab- sokl on Jin 11 I by Robert M and All with S
oratory in St. Petersburg.Rambling. I Sills W Howard to Elizabeth F. v ,

.... __ Taylor. 1 I he stamps on the war. Long ,
No. 1 1/4 Mile South of Stuart rants deed indicate a price of 9 is
$9(1( .IKK) or $4 VK() an ucreCIRC Mileage S a 3-T NYLONALLWEATHER
36 Milts on Chain Stool and Benches and a pretty waitress. --

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Open from 11:30 a.m. 'til 8:30 p.m. (Cliuniery) TUFSYN \
(Continued From Page I-A) MORE

7 Days Week.. .1 iii"ii". ...n...',,- fTHinrtmm ('.Irolyn Belt'. v,. William Bell, RUBBER S / THAN
I divorce T C Monk

T-Bone, Large . . . . $2.25 project of the museum, Bishop L W. Orrison, as trustee vs ; BLACK.
fed and cared for the turtles out George J. urdany et al. quiet title WALLS

Steak, Special Rib Eye . . $1.75 : of his own pocket Schmidt alsodeclared Crary. Crary and Cnry on $250
that Bishop would be James T. Barnes and Company Allwith $2.50

hard to replace' and referred to n. Joseph N. Jones and Mary .
LUNCH I SPECIAL him as not only "circtakcr: extra Leggctle Jones his wife morlI i Goodyear new
ordinary" hut also as a cherished foreclosure, Watson Hubert NationwideNO
gage I / I
Choice of Four Soups, Four Sandwiches, and loyal friend and Sousby
i fllackwaUs! start at. .. 12.25
Salad and Coffee for . . . .65c Catherine. Adams Turlow vs. LIMIT
NMSON REPRFSFNTS Oscar B Furlow Sr.. divorce Elton _ _
Coffee by Churchill, Processed by Cylev NVI1ONAL INSlriUIF H Schwarz I GUARANTEENo
M. P. Nelson local realtor has
System, Cup lOc or 8oz. take.out, 15c bees appointed the Martin Coun BEST "PRICE" BUY

ty representative of the National Professional limit on months/No limit on .

Try aCIIANGE.OF.PACE Institute of Real Estate Brokersiccording rTIIl s/No limit al to roads/No( ALL-WEATHER 42""
\ I Hearing Aid Service
to Jean Parker (j.ihlc limit as to( speed/for the entire
MEAL of West Palm Beach who is the I MY A. B\'RSF., life of the tread. onlyAlL
f'lorida District representative of.,
Our Menu is Available in Take-out also. the National Institute "The Na Certified Hearing Aid NEW GOODYEAR AUTO

tional Institute 0 f Real Estate I Audiologist TIRES ARE GUARANTEEDgainst
Fried Chicken a bag-full for 2 Brokers," according to Gable, "in I Specialists in Quality HearIng defects in workmanshipand .

only $1.50; for 4, only $2.95. an professional organization' slandards promoting among high Aids, Batteries, Ear Molds and materials and normal road

ealion" Repair of All Makes. hazards except repairable $200
Come MC Crazy Charlie' version of the Chines Wall to
the Chrkllans from the Hypocrite 107 Allwrtle Ave, It Pkrcc punctures. I .
separate Julius Piulus Roman jurist .is j (Oppmlt St. hack Bank)
believed to have written about 300 IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS
Swift's Natural Howard 1-3019
Teen Agers! A.hoy books. UNDER THIS GUARANTEE anpf /

Jumbo Hot Dogs, 8 for $1.95 for your more than 80,000, Goodyear ,
add $2.00 to our
beach lot and Delicious. dealers In the United States just
and Canada will make allow tow price for black walls

DOGS, SMALL MZZLFR: .. .. .. .............. .......... ................ lie ance on a new tire based on Blackballs start at. .. $9.69'

JUMBO HOT DOGS .. ... ... ............... ........ ....... ......... 25c original tread depth remaining .

BEF-F BLRCFJt LARGE ONLY ........................ ..... .......... 30c and current "Goodyear Price'. ,1 e All Price Plus Tax nd Old fire

HOT CAKES .. ......................-.............................. 29c

EGGS ...............-..-.................... ........ 29c

!SltAK SANDWICH ......................................... ...... 4Sc GO

LIVER AND ONIONS: .. ........ .. .. 7SeCHICKFJV

S PIECES: ..... .. ..... ... .. ..... ... ... .. ISc
FISH AND CHIPS .. : ::: : : : : :::: 97e I GOOOIE4RATH242


SHRI\IP: . ... .... .... .... 97c 60

SCHLITZ PORK CHOPS DRAFT BEER.. -. lie AND. 25c .- 9'7e. I Solar Screen Your HomeFor

beauty and privacy and protection from nun and .*...
GROCERY DEPARTMENTOpen Complete liwtallutlon In 0.. Day -

from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. TAYLOR & STROUT, INC. 7-4242 GOOD/EAR AT 7-4243

LARGE BREAD .. .... ............ .. ....... ........ .... . 29cW
Dbl HO 1-9200 I, from Port St. UtlWe .
GALLON MILK ...... ............-...................... ....... gig llwy. acrma
EGGS "U" GUESS: TilE PRICE nuke and ImtaO lifetime decorative concrete product hcludb .

LUNCII MEAT .. ............................-..-.............-....... J9eun. ( Patio and Law Furniture, tenet*. Barbecue. Garden roe""" ,

CANDY ... .... ........................................-... le-5-| c dothei Pole, Cartage Receptadeii etc. SERVICE STORE
HEADACHE .. ... I7e Stock or Built to Order. Let otirCTUAKT
HONEY: &C. :.::::::::..::::::::::::::::: ::: :: ::::- ..'::: lie :;

Apartment OM Bedrewav CMpUterjr furakhed wkb be*. *. r-w. ymi with free tketcare and nttnute for bcwmfyuj 257 Osceola Stuart, Fla.

ScrM Forche your home or ........

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U.S. No. 1 South of Stuart. Owning under new management.
Give the little women a break, bring the family out and tat *hhin.
We aim to pleas Open 7.7 dully. Sprtlal dinners on
Friday and Sunday evenings liir rfwrvatlons phone 2879781. t'L.-iIT I
l>mle and Rosa .Frit/ dA b

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This ad pays Yz the cost of your first f{ rW, 7lw JI 4 .

ride at the CIi

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Game Trail Riding Ranch + k

Port St.. Lucie Country Club ;


Introductory Offer-$1.25 Value : ,
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Present this ad at the ranch and you ,. 'i"
receive your first hours ride for $1.25V .. -,
:; the regular price. This offer {good*

until Feb. 12th Rhodes Is -Success in .,
only '. 1964.i Making w ? ? ,

Telephone AT 7.+-100( ) Extension 389 TilE DINING: AREA AND: iii J'lIER..: UGH ANDIRY:

Building/ 'Familu-stule 'Homes grader at Martin County Junior the Anchorage Yacht Club in Rio I supervising the building ot hi'\
High and Jeannette, twelve, a''I Most days he is to be found I family homes at Legion Heights I
sixth-grader at Jensen Beach Elementary .-_
I Road at South Savanna Road then School
Navy Veteran east one block on White Pine I i Sam was one of the 3,200:! Navy Box Office Opens 6:30: p,m.
FRANCES< [ANGFCIRIYSRESTAURANT(; () Lane: and south I again!! on SpruceRidge men who survived the dive-bomb \ Show111ne1n0;
Road where the model is ing of the aircraft carrier "Benja- II IIII IIII I IIII IH Continuous: from: 1:15:
Success in located. ,min Franklin". during World I War == n J Saturday and Sunday
Before building in Legion i II. He is a past commander of
RI4GER Heights, Rhodes had already built'I American Legion/ Posts No, 93,
....Our' Jensen AreaBy twenty-six other homes in Martin Media Pa., and l No. 126 Jensen Thursday, Friday, Saturday
,.. r County. seven in Skyline Heights: Beach He has been a district OF
BUNNY ABBOTT x five in Skyline Park and fourteenin chairman of Martin County Dem CONQUEST
On The Indian River South Jensen Heights including ocratic Committee and with his THE EARTH'SLAST
A young man who is convinced his own home where he lives wife El.line, was a founding mem- FRONTIER!
At Langford Villas and Marina hat people come to Martin Couriy with his wife Elaine, and l daughters her of Trinity Methodist Church. b
to live rather than die;' is Sandra, fourteen an eighth Sam is also vice commodore of WALT 4 b

Jensen Beach milking a success! of building three- DISNEY
end l four-bedroom 'family homes," .. ,.. 'L->... '.'! i; ,;.; l/
"-nTHE ... ... _
Featuring instead l of the more common one- BOX OFF'I'E OPENS 6:30:
o r two-bedrooin "retirement tQ r .h. SEVEN CITIES

A of World l War .
Navy "aCHM'COLO' .
Monday through Friday II. Samuel N. Rhodes Jr., thirty. .-.. ,... ,.. ..... t': 'u
TWO OR !MORE, ROM NOON TO 2 P.M. !seven, hud built some seventy Friday, Saturday, Sunday 'Iod..l .1. ""I'oio ['!: '. ::;
$1.50 UHISCS+ in his native Pennsylvania ALSO -
before Coming to Martin Countyin S\M: RHODES JR.

Baked Short Ribs father 1955, who, as developed a (partner I much to his of that late On this latter sixty-four Sam. "FUN IN ALCAPULCA"ELVIS One great big happy CARNIVAL of fun!

Country Fried Chicken part of Jensen Beach built on has completed l thirty-two homes,
and l has two more under construction PRESLEY
since that time 210 lots in South
Roast Loin of Pork Jensen Heights!,; sixty lots on Skyline He has also sold 1 several lots, i All the cracklingaction....
Baked I lam Drive, fitly in St. Lucie River and will sell more preferably to I ALSO All the rousing romance.,.
those interested in building in the '
eighty-four in Skyline
Heights I of America's brawlin
Baked Pork Chop Park, and l 125 in Skyline Heights foreseeable future. PAT BOONE '
Stuffed Meat Loaf for a total of approximately' 530 At present, Rhodes and his life growing-up ,
Sam Junior will !soon have uddcd time pal, Phil Biker. sales mm- days! a
Baked Red Snapper 117 more in Legion I Heights, where tiger arc featuring the 'Valley "MAIN ATTRACTION"GOURMET
he i is presently building his family Forge" model home with threeor
Includes Potato Coffee
Vegetable, or Tea homes on the lots already developed. four bedrooms, two bathrooms. ,
FAST SFRVICE living room dining area., kitchen
with snack bur entrance porch
SPECIAL DINNER utility-Imlnllry-room. and double rywt
Block Hills closets) All houses are built on lots
Monday through Friday, 5.10 p.m.. whose minimum sire n 73 by 100
feel The lots are grassed l after
OUTRIGGER SPECIAL STEAK building, and l each lot contains .
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one coca plumo us. TECNNICOIOR'rr.rw..ra
Salad and Potato The model\ home is on Spruce i
Ridge Road l Jensen Beach, and
$4.25 ANDgI '
MMIM 'l flfll 'MAflINOSfORDY.M.1.
may be most easily PAl1lf0
Friday Special Dinner turning south I off Jensen Cutoff 1 ..+ a+...a ..r.lar[MI rallpp Fgp..r..Nr.na..ar,
ttutityt 4W fM
Efforts to define the upper limits TuesdayH.
$5.25SPECIAL of state sovereignty in international -
law Increased during I 1962:!, .o

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ridj{ s pl, .....11.........;)" ..,.
5.10 a. .. ,
p.m. ., '\

Prime Ribs of Beef . $5.25 PLANTATIart BUFFETSUNDAY. I .....:; .
New York Strip Steak ..$6.50 I F'DF WN tlVh
i.- Nos ,
I .O TO 9?JL ....ce e sBJ
ulie..r a4n r.MFos .
Also Serving from our regular menu, /
Polynesian and Cantonese Foods Tot_......B ym*dlol1 f INILSCN NE N.! plilElWN R IIIRIhNlIR01'Ineat.w.rw .Er

Your favorite cocktail, rare tropical nrernv'TI""s -, room hMtM, H.!M,atHOwtri ....r..r,,_..... -alwun- .aa.Itiaa.aq' .....uM IRaaI'AmmaBR I

... "'T06" 14064 ATluttaT-ttM
drinks for your f 1''' --

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Reservations, call 287-4040 v
Where The Stars Meet '
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"'' '' '," IIOKE JASPER TESII MRS EVFLYN D MITT-TON lilt SnURP (llnrlda) NFMS Tbiiridiv rfhrunrv 6. 114 A

OBITUARIES Hoke Jasper Tesh seventy, of Word recently been recciv Judge Kanner Retires Feb.5 :. :

...... Ault Road Port Salerno died in ed of hadc of Mr, Evelyn
Diet Martin Memorial Hospital Monday D. Shelton. fifty.four, widow! of Stuart Students Now Take 1

"U1R JOHNSON KEAN Feb 3, after an extended illness Archer Shelton former Martin i

x2 X Welter Pilm, J J.Avenue Kean.,Stuart fifty.,nine died. of He. is survived by his wife. Ade on County Jan engineer 1 and was Mrs buried Shelton in Beaufort died. After Forty Years of Service I Buses to the High School I

M itm Memorial m laide Tesh of Port Salerno: throe S. C. She is survived !by two
Hospital Fn daughters, Mrs Wood children: Anne and Archer (Dug Students from SI who .
ddJan Margaret iirt Ire tin ( 'unllIiJh Schix I. and I "t
II A native of Elmer Judge A. O Kam"r i ol the Meted. untied the judicial retire He was ehiirmm ol the UgisInlivc
N" J he ard of New Smyrna Beach, Mrs jan) Shclton I : : attending Martin Counts I High/ ,: the corner of Palm Beach Raid
had made hit home here District Court of Appals, Lake men! )'\tem. I tons tttnkwiad ( omnuiunonIhul
Otis Waddell of Rome, Ga., Mrs Sehool will be picked! four ind Fourteenth Street.
I the past' five years He was a veteran Richard C. Eley of Little Rock F. WINSTON JOHNS land will retire eff.llIt; Feb. II He\ hun been on the Secant) Div I prepared the tint. School (ode' j I areas In Stuart each or'i.nIIIIt : : I i
The same buses will th
ot' World War II and a he aniKmncad on Fndav He and Appellate'Court return ;
trie! Court since ilIIal cstahlmlved Since being in ihe
member o' D.A.V. of Fort Pierce. Ark; one son Parnsh Tesh of Sails John, vxll.known local Mrs Kanner pi.in h' return to I' 19tL I I II 11.111 \. students to tho four I""nl111 I th.'
Miami on July I I I. Juel e Kanner heI 1M chuimun ol' I the II |
six brothers and MX {
He : us fishing. Washington 'I I he four I'kk.nl' 'OlnlII r cI : fternoon before ih.
n survived) by his wife Wil! iuide.lal called to Stuart about! March I making n"
been with the Court State onleance 1 the District ,
lena Kean of Stuart: one sister. ten grandchildren in North and Carolina five fourteen.grandchildren last week by the death of The veteran Marl County circuit Chas for seven years and Appellate MM the fins I I Churl I Judy's: lIli he resigned Ii I I B.llk'Ck i ( Furniture on olorudo I regular nirnl runs.IIORE .
MrI I aura Sheppard of Elmer great her husband Frederick Winston Avenue K will i i judge and leii\I.I'r. who his chief lust .
< lie
| tl> )eitr.Indusled I
]N J. Johns. retired Navy officer who ) (enter ill U. S. I und! St.ite Komi, !SOUND: :NOIESAlias
f't'ndeleIe forty ars of For three his ruonls ot
pub nearly tventy \ in eon
Funeral services were held in died I yearn lit. the I log cabin ut the old Mar.
( Jan. 27 ,!
rave lde !services held at sistynine.Johns )
were in John Funeral Home lie service. wrote (vernor Farris Judge, kanner served in (he jueli trihtitiom to Stu in, he' was chow Ann Churchman ,
of" 'I.Ie.o
Chapel on
Fern Hill Memorial Cemetery \awCrvice as an officerin Bryant Ihul he "o retiring bo cnn: )'. al"lI's iih\Mii elective opnoMlion I man of f the M..trim' ("'lInt'un.' -- --- N J. i is Mr
Wednesday at 2 with wan visiting unit I Mi
Sunday at pm with Rev Wai lain John p.m Chap the Navy in World Wan I and cause of his Hge. "colgded' with al. Hi war first appointed I cil of \Boy Scouts ol Anienei. I John J. ? l-akesulc '
N Hudson Vluge
of the First keough at
Uec pastor of First Meth Church II His father George Shley tend ml consideratio of he illh" judge\ \. of the Ninth Jiulici Circuit he was ch i rmim" of the Mart Three Cars in Mobile Court
Baptist of Stuart official ; : : i [
of Stuart, official lug. Burial Johns. was a former editor., of the He is seventy I hv then. Oo\ernnr SixsinrJ\ I I i iM I County Hospital 1 It,>I uxl, for twenty :
ing hhnFuneral Home \118In I was in HiD Cemetery St Louis I Post.Disputed! and! a close He sud he hope I ,le might he "Ml.mJ. I I years: he was worshipful mister I I I Mr. anti) Mrs Raymond Inslcof \

charge ol arrangements, associate of Joseph Pultizcr I permitted to has(' ,ours .ISSILJI. Before that he served ax stile t 1 i i I, of f'lhe M.isi'nic I.otliki(/ ; is I a I First AccidentAt South Aniboy. N. j J.. were weekend
Johns was in charge of mine men"' Irony time i h' ante as pro. attorney unJv II IH in the I'lornlnLegisliUire i Seotlish Rile Moron( and. Shnner'was I I II! visitors of Mr and Mrs John
ITUNK VrRIBFLEY: \MLL1V\I STURGEON: CIILIS warfare in the Canal Zone World for nivteen vein. li\e'' the first" exalted ruler of the I' New School ls.eoiiLh. al I Illvel.le'illllle[ Mobil

Frank Vercbeley' seventy nine, William Sturgeon Cillis, eighty War II and Liter was one of the -- --- terms as representative from Hit 'I 1'1'01'! in Stiiirt! unit president ol I ('ourtMr.
resident:: 1 of Pain l : 477 N Indian River Drive Jensen military governors of Okinawa : tin (iMinly unit two tents is rent- the R'f.ll'hlh.. IK hidolumi. '
n lake Park :
: : : .
Island : and I Mrs. Frank Benson
died Monday Feb 3. at his Beach, died Wednesday Jan' In addition to his wife iru. I Land Is I lor for the 'IhirtythirJ I i I District I I nous e" rre'I''n'I..llce. telephoneculls the new Marlin (otinly High: I M, h le Court "iiukesida
home A native of Hungary he 29 at his residence A native of I IEnvemess. former Sally Skipwnh of ('hur.I I which included Indian River I I and l"eN'nal visits to his old Scholl l saw its first auto accidenton > art1'' '.
came to the United Stales whena Ala.. he hud been a I Ii lotlcsville Va, survivors includetwo Transferred for I Orange( SI. I Luck Okeenht; \bee mill '' frieiul the then (Complroll! Ir the first night" ol' basketball U ing Miss C hrisinu Jensen .it.I1.

young man He hud been a resi. i resident of Jensen for eight years. sons: F Winston Johns JrKocklcdgc ., I II Martin Counties. nest Amos, and I later 'to his suecessor Ihe new nehiMl 1111\1 i
ident here for the six and coming from Miami where he wasa and Lionel S Johns. He wi author of the Kunmr I I in Ihe interests ot 1 rr'cur.I'I There were. no tenon injuries ---

one.h ilf ycus past real estate operator for forty-w 0 Washington Funeral was at Arlington i $$1,395,000 Sum I i Act which muftis ellIlie1111" :ing i1 Stand I :the rounds: now I when three ears were involved. in Drowning is the fourth lead ni.l .
He is survived by his wife Leila years. I National Cemetery 0 n districts lo use )gusolinc,! tax cones bv Memorial Turk on Fast a NI\1I1\h.ul' on Slate Road. 7ft u l\ pe 11 fatal .accident, One ol es
E. Vercbeley of Stuart; one daughter He is survived by his wife, Nellie Jan. 10. A toliil of 2fc7 .1 i urc of I land in. to buy bonds ut Ihe best obi.un. Ocean Hmlevird; I He was instrumental I 6:4t: pm, 1iiesdiin Inns iii l er\ t Mirtcen fitil. nrcilcnlsuiusitl i I.
Mrs Mary V. White of Maiden B. Gillis, of Jensen Beach: one eluding ninety acre) of| submerged! I able price. this act .resulted in I the n procuring Koid 76 to I the school.According; 'I hv II
Mass; one son and seven son, William S. Gillis Jr, of Miami \ROLD tIARk s\\'LE land on the south id of Hi tehinson owing),! of ninny million dollars 11. IndnniounIK to n report hv Depi --- .-.-..-.- -.-....-.-...
itrllndchlldren. : one daughter Mrs. C. W. hl.md.111' wild' lndt. according -! Ihe counties and dllricln"l his aUiiys loved Stuart and I IV Sheriff C. R. Huskv a i air I ,N.a WORLD'S
Harold Clark
Funeral iccs will he held McSheehan of Miami: three Sayle sixty-seven to record III the Martin kin. Alarm ( 1111IInd never released I driven by rank I I online ot Port. I
Johns Funeral Home Chapel at in 2 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. of Beach Road Jupiter Island!. died County clerks oil I'C He 1110la.. the alllh'r1 t Ih,' his ph\Mcil "r voting residence Salerno. seas making. a i lets) turn (; LARGEST
Friday morning. Jan 31, at his I Constitutional Amendment which in Stuiri I into the school I when tin -...
W D Crawford of Selnu Ala. Sale M W ( ) area i"
p.m. Saturday with burnl in Fern price was .OIM( The
Hill, Cemetery Mrs. C. E. Salter of Dawson Ga. of a brief illness A native I land was sold by Idnwnith I I I unit.I did .iviu\ with the pcrvmd properly 1 lueljit K. niui and his wife pim eidinl ''Ci.'urn'lf I I hi m" "illui 1 ,
and Mrs T. S. Barber of Shelbv. his home Ohio the Island, he had the mule I ed: of ('anadn i to the Middlesexorporiton I I lai on motor vehicles so. the to return ". then honu in SI. I 11Ii.'le I vehicles tttri driven I ins I hoin,,s nmrwWIAWMr .... M.J ... ....
---- ville, Tenn on : must: I (' of Stnrl,. Both enponlions they Mere only !subject I to. one lorn Islates. n stun when his r 'tire. ( !Johnson ol' I opicul I I mm rid I IHuirv ---J AT3128 '
forty or more )years. He was formerly of wsmiun-olseratnrl l license menl 1.lle.H"CI i I ... ..
]MORFBOUT The remains were sent to Selnu associated with the Cleveland! ire. ciWtnllcd h\ James I I _1 | : hurlev Hunter ill Stum ---
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Ala for services with burial in the Punch and Shear Work ('om, Rind:
'Great Growth'Predicted jive Oak Cemetery Yates Funeral puny of C'Icveland, and the Clevc i -
Home was in charge of local arrangements ind I Crane and Engineering Com 1 : "The 91st Day'

HereByW.Jarrard puny schools He ot was Cleveland educated and in attended the. To Re Shown, by LAST

MRS MVRIF MIRTBEI.LENII.LEKF I Phillips Academy i in Dover. Mental/ Group
: Mass. and the Case Technical

Mrs. Marie Marybdle Willcke, College of Ckvelmd He was a Under the joint sponsorship of GOOD/VEAR I '
seventy.two, a resident of Indian veteran of World War I.I Mr the Mental Health Vssociutiom olSt I
(Continued from Page 1)) I River Drive Jensen Beach, died Sale) was well.known at an ana. I Lucie und Muln' counties
I in a Fort Pierce hospital Sunday tour golfer and !sportsman in there will he a spend free showing .
corned the crowd of 200( I
some Feb 2. following an extended illness Cleveland and was a former men ),! of the f Im. "I Ihe. 91st Diy, 3DAYS
including city and county officials. I A native of Cincinnati, she bet of the Country C luh of Clcve This fin will be shown on Tin'*. '
Evans Crary Sr, acted as masterof had made her home i n Jensen land Canterbury Golf Club of day Feb. I II I al K p m at I h e 'I
ceremonies and Representative Beach since 1937. She was a memo Cleveland the Sail!i\h Club of Delaware School Auditorium in
William E. Owens introduced the her of the American Legion Auxiliary West t Palm Beach and the Jupiter Fort Pierce.

speaker of Jensen Beach Post! 126, Island Club I The auditorium is located at I
Regarding l light industry Jar
and of St Catholic Churchof He is survived by his wife Mrs
Joseph Tenth and Delaware Turn left !
rard declared "You take
: must
a Elizabeth Sa>'le. of Jupiter Island I
Stuart ;
I off U S I one street before the /
personal interest in new business.
one daughter. Mrs. Joanne Grein- i i iI i 1
not only in bringing it in hut also She is survived by one son, At-) cr of California: one sister, Mrs overpass
after it gets! here. Takes should bert Willcke! of Jensen Beach two J. Burton Ares of Jupiter Island I Following),! the showing),! of this
not he arbitrarily raised or zoning -I daughters Mrs. Alvin Weimar of and Shaker Heights. Cleveland eighty.minute film there will be Thursday Friday a Saturday
laws passed which arbitrarily I Cincinnati and Mrs Pete Robinson ; and several grandchildren I a panel! and audience discussion \
impede light industry" of Jensen Beach: one brother A Dr. Jerome Koscnhlum psychologist i'i'a '
Ninety per cent of Florida industnes I James Sturgeon[ with the armed Johns prayer Funeral service Home was Chapel Sit in i in the Indian River Mental! i; &h February 6th 7th 8th
employ less than fifty services in Spun\ ; six sisters. Mrs urday at 4 p.m. Further service Health ('hmc. Mrs. 1C'. Sloan. ,
people he said I Cathryn Gilmore Mrs. Ann dur and burial will hin\ Clevel ind. instructor ot psychiatric' nursing
While stressing tourism he said I ner Mrs Helen ThoOMn.\ | class at the Indian River Junior
that light industry is vital to balance -, Estelle Geycr Mrs. Florence lornhardo I College[ and Dr Maxwell Kingpresident 3T NYLON
Marcia Roth Is
Florida economy." i all of Columbus. Ohio I of ihe Indian River Junior T
\Mart County specifically he and Mrs Margaret Stembuck of Named AssistantAt ( allege will p irticip.itit in the I + SAFETY ALL-WEATHER
concluded should go lifter a bigger Cincinnati.A panel. The film is not recommend

chunk of the tourist! dollar rosary was said In Johns Lobster Lab ed for ..r .
The lion's share of Florida Funeral Home Chapel Tuesday at I I MORE THAN
ist traffic passes through 8:30: p.m. Funeral Mass was heldin Miss Marcia Roth has been appointed Twenty Acres of 00 BLACKWALLSwhatever
County You should do tOllr.1 St Joseph C Church Wednesdayat laboratory technician at
thing necessary to get 9:30: a.m. Burial was m A I 11 I the House of Refuge spiny lobster I Citrus Are Sold
those "people to stop here" I Stints Cemetery research project being carried on only $3
''by the St itc Department of Con. Twenty size
-------- \ I acres standing),! citrus your
I scrvaiion. in section 4. \township 40 South
just add $3.00 to
Ross Wilrmm, local director of range! IK Fast justIt'lt of the
Lunch Dinner Menu
Ihe project, said! that she i it in Sunshine Slate Parkway near the I our blackwall pricesl
training this week at the Conservation .
north Martin County line were
THE SEVEN C's RESTAURANT ; Department's marine I lub- !sold on Jin 31 by Robert M, and All with Blackballs start .t. $15.95'
oratory in St PetersburgRambling. Sails W Howard \to Elizabeth F. II .i

11<._ ..44.LA... Taylor the I stumps on the warrants LongMileage
U.S. No. 1 I/, Mile South of Stuart deed indicate a price of r

36 Seats on Chain, Stool and Bench and a pretty waitress $91)),(IKK) or $4 500( ) nn acre r 3T NYLON

from 11:30 am.'til 8:30 CIRCLir 'OURT ALL-WEATHER
Open : : p.m. (Continued From Palo 1 I-A) ((hanierj) TUFSYN r h

7 Days a Neck.T (irolyn Befr vs. William Bell, MORE
mmmmt ars"rre'lprlat a*:
umm divorce. 1' C'. ilouk RUBBER THAN

-Bone, Large . . . . $2.25 project or the museum, Bishop 1. W. Ornson. as trustee VI 50 BLACK.
ted and cared for the :turtles out George J. (urdany ct al. quid titk f ,
Steak, Special Rib Eye . . $1.75 of his own pocket Schmidt alsodcclired Crary. Crary and Cnry I $2 WALLS

that Bishop' would he James T Barnes and Company All withGoodyear Just add $2.50
hud to replace, and referred to
r's. Joseph N. Jones and Mary ,
LUNCH SPECIAL him as not" only "caretaker extra Leggcite Jones, his wife, mortgage I I new to our black.
ordinary, hut also as a cherishedand foreclosure Watson Hubert : wall prices!
Choice of Four Soups, Four Sandwiches, loyal friendNil and Soushy Nation-wide

Salad and Coffee for . . . .65c r SON REPRESENTS Catherine Adams: Turlow VI. I NO LIMIT Blackwalls start at. 11225

Coffee by Churchill, Processed by Cylex NATIONAL INSiriUTFM Oscar H B Schwarz: Furlow. Sr.. divorce Lion GUARANTEENo

System, Cup lOc or 8-oz, take-out, 15c P Nelson. local realtor has I
been appointed the Martin County -
representative of the National Professional months/No limit on
aCHANGE.OF.PACE Institute of Real Estate Broken! rmUs/No limit as to roads/No "
Tearing ServiceJ ALL-WEATHER 42"
according to Parker Gableof
MEAL limit as to speed/for the entire
West Palm
Beach who is the
Florida District representative of A. BYRNE, life of the tread. only

Our Menu is Available in Takeout also. the National Inlilure.MThe National Certified Hearing Aid ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO

Fried Chicken a bag-full for 2 Broken Institute" of Real Estate" I Audtologl TIRES ARE GUARANTEED
according to Gable, is
for 4 an Specialists in Quality Hearing against defects in workmanshipand 0 0
only $1.50; only $2.95. organization promoting high
professional standards among Aids, Batteriei, Ear Molds and materials and normal road

Come ate Cra/y Cbarlle'i version ol the Chinese Wall .to realtors" Repair of All Makes. hazards except repairable $2

separate the (hrkllam from. the Hypocrites. 107 Atlantic: A**., .... pierce punctures. I MORE '
Julius Paulus Roman jurist I is (Opposite St. Lwcle Bank) r I THAN BLACK-

Teen Agers$! Ahoy! Swift's Natural books.believed to have written about 3'X' ) j HOward 1-3435 IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAIL WALLS

Jumbo Hot Dogs, 8 for $1.95 for your -I UNDER THIS GUARANTEE ant
pf more than 80.000 Goodyear
beach party. Hot and Delicious. dealers in the United States just add $2.00 to our

and Canada will make allowance tow price for blackwalls

DOGS SMALL SIZZLER ....................... ............ ..,........... 15c 1 on a new tire based on

JUMBO HOT DOGS .. .. ............... ....... ........ ....... 25e original tread depth remaining Blackwall start at... $9.69'

BEEF BURGER LARGE ONLY ..... .................. ..... .......... 30c and current "Goodyear Price" .

HOT CAKES .. ... ,.......................................... .. 29e ,11 a All Prlcei Plus TM md Old Tire..

EGGS ... .........-..-..........,........... ........ 29e

STEAK SANDWICH .. ..,..._..._..........,....,........ ...... 45e 4I
LIVER AND ONIONS: : .. ...... .. .. 7Sc GO

CHICKEN. 5 riFCLS: ... .... ................... ...... ..... .........,.. I5c .1:

FISH ANI CHIPS .. ..... ..... 97e
T-BONE STEAK (HO1SEST BARGAIN) ... ... ..., 97e I ,, GOOOIE4RAT74242

SHRIMP ... .... ... .. ... ... ... 97c
PORk CHOPS 97e I 00
StIILirZ DRAFT BUR I5c AND 25e I Solar Screen Your HomeFor

GROCERY DEPARTMENT beauty and privacy and protection from nun and rind
I Complete liwtalbtiofi In 0... Day _

Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. I TAYLOR

LARGE BREAD ... ............ ......... ....... ...... ..... ... .. 2Je I
Vi GALLON MILK .. .. .._.....-................ ,... ....... tie Dial 110 9200 Hwy I, roes Iron Port Si. L.ek l
We nuke and ImtaU lifetime decorative mmcrtte product' Imludbf

LUNCH MEAT .. ....., .....................-....,.......,..,_...._ 29tu, Patio and UWB Furniture, InKea, BarWcun, Garden rook' -

CANDY ... ... .....................,...................-... Ie-!5*-|" dothct Poles, Cartage Receptacle*, etc. ,
"' Stock Bulk to Order. ..
MONEY .BUNS ETC. :...:::::... .:::::::: :: :: : : :: : : 10c epa p or Lrt ir

Apartments. OM Bedraeek Cmplrtely r fretted wkb beos. i FreU. jo* wttk free tkttcW and wtlmatr for "bouiifvuif I 257 Osceola Stuart, Fla.Ir .
your BOOM or ....... I


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4.\ TIlE STUART ( ) NEWS TTiuisJa)' 1964 ( """ ,.," r-

F' x.s Ace:-vstttM --" ;'I ",,... ....A1t'r;"satr" .,.atiwas. a I i I 400 /in AttendanceAt Secretaries Program

SOCIETY Presented by 'Phone ,

Tourist Meeting
The National Secretaries Assay '.11., )
... ._.......rtii'o nrvtf "' ". .. .. ..dRiley cution (International) Chiplcrs' ot ire Lronhardu iv, I '.

I 'I I he Youth Center held a ea from the variety show, and requests Stuart Fort Pierce a n d Vero sullant

Wood Wedding PlannedFeb. ,parity crowd of more than 400it '' .. Heart of M y Heart," their Beach will consolidate of the to feature duct uill the ,t
I Stardust.." program year. mg
md "Over There.
the Monday Fch 3 meeting of the Southern Bell Telephone and evening, :
i I audience
closed the meeting
i he Stuart Tourist Club I Telegraph Company will Southern ::
/9 St. Anastasia s singing "I.dIII! Call You presenti
at I Former president, Rev I awrieJ Sweetheart" program" entitled, "LelTllik 711 I ..
Sharp, Palm City, gave the in. The next meeting: will he Mon Business The program will con Tran '
Mr and Mrs. Charles Riley. _"7 day Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. Those attending list of a demonstration of the most cd to \
1 IlI1ua Drive, Jensen: Beach .innounce 'IlI.allon. I modern communication equip wishing to !
are requested not to bring
the and Roll call showed lwentysixstates ntcnt available, and ilk uses. The Mrs B I
engagement inproachmg a meat dish" as meat will be
and Canada ented.lichlg.Jn provided i
; ; rel're I secretaries will also be Mrs
ot their laugh acquainted
marriage I he .
by ( club.Woman's I
\ lending with ity.four.Inu f lv
ler ( trolyn to Allen I- WoodDRAPERY with Southern Bells highly trained Mrs. lay\
-- -- -- New York second: with fifty, I communication consultants who A r 70 >f> a
live in attendance Ninety -- )
persons -- --
Iron Ocean Breeze attended Club '
Mrs Ruth Hall, accompanied Recent Arrivals at r.. V
Willis Dexter the led ,<' ;
b\) at piano | "! .
MATERIALSNew the group in singing Card Party f "
..r A string ensemble composed of Court Apartments in "'
Mrs Martha Spinney. Joe !Mueller i v: 1;?
A finger luncheon and card ,
Savings) For toil During and) Clam Jotird.in with Mrs. ,
party were held by the Woman's Recent arrivals at the All,intic Dr and !
Keith the ,
Phelps played
Our February (Boll) Sale piano
,I ix numbers Club of Stuart Wednesday Jm Tour) Apirtments include Mr and don Ont: ;
((25 yards or more) 29 at 12:10 Chairman of the .
Frncst Sibcllo, who appearedn p.m. vtrs Fred Parsons. London Ont: I tlrix ; e'i
the recent variety show, accompanied I card party wa Mrs. Peter ('ecilio.a"iled vlr and Mrs. Raymond Uarr Mrs \
Over 25 New
by Willis Dexter by Mrs Harold, O Wool. Stowe Ohio; Mrs Albert M. Ferguson Mrs i r
Numbers 'Kockabye Baby 'Sim sang inec Icy, Mrs. A. Ixwison M rSHI Willoughhy Ohio: Mr. and i I Va.: Mr. :,4 I }
Spring )
: My : Masullo Mrs I :
;' and April r Showers" in the mdsley Cummings Mrs Frank Smith Allentown N. I don ( ; : '
AU Fresh Stork manner of AI Julson Mrs. II W. Sanders and Mrs. C. J.I : Mrs. Joseph Culligher. and I red : ,1 t" ,
Tom Rcdmger and Dob Ciilles. E. ReynoldsThe Mrs Mary (Chaliloux Caldwell. I' Mr and -\.".,- 'I
80c Yd to $1.70 Yd. pie played a cornel duet with i I sindwieh; committee eon N JMr: Harrisburg) ; t :
Moonlight and Roses. linger sisled i ot t Mrs !Hugh Ciixsn( Mrs and Mrs Rankin!.. Hoover F. AulcU ;
Plains and Print Awhile," and "Avalon." J. B. Watson, Mrs H W Smdcrs ,, Mrs. Margaret Howe and Mrs Mr. and r .' -1IJ .
Mrs. C. R. Vundervecr, Mrs t.I Pctlit, all of Ocean Cute N. In N. Y; YN
Well !Make Your Drapery tw: Dexter played his arrangement ; 7 t
H S, Hilsey Mrs. Ethel Wie J.I : Mr. and Mrs Dick Mcrriek i Sehnefl. ; }
\ !Make 'Fni
ou or ---------- -- :
MISS \ROIVN RIU.8(11I .\ Band Mr Nellie !Pe//om. and I Dover, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs Addis Mrs I I.. :
hem 'to Someone ELse: 'Make.! School: Providence, und is cmployed Mrs. John Anloeh 1 horn..is and Mr. and Mrs Wil, I and Mr. ;:
Kirsch Rods/ Installed [ ol Mr. ,mil' Mrs allure Wood I. by Tnpsons' Dairy, fort The table decorations were: bells liam Sheldon, Vineland N J. Chicago ; .
Providence, R. I I. Pierce of I Ireland in champagne glisset' 1- :)) 11'-

Stuart's of Stuart Miss i Riley, is a i I'>d1 graduateof The ceremony will he held Wednesday Door I'rilewere won by Dr : r' -'
Martin County High School Fch 19' at 5 p.m. al St, I Irene Hibcr, Mrs. Charles Eitzen, Consul General of
223 E. Ocean AT 0344 and i is employed at the I first Nitionil [ Ana la\ia'\ Catholic Church, Fort Mrs E. Raymond and Mrs H. W ,...:.. .
Stuart' Bunk I Fort Pieiec: Her Ii. Pierce. Fr. William Hennessey will Newsome
ante is 1 a graduate ot I ( enlral' high officiate Twenty.lour persons won table Visited Langford lIRS.I.: J. MiLONEY; ; ::
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T- pri.esYouth ('OIIMI! General S. K. Roy u'I departure I WCTU Workshop on Feb. II

I --I Choir India, with a party ol seven. wasa Consul I ,

guest! t of Lnn ford Marina on lo the Methodist Church Here
Feb 2. He came on the yacht
Carol Choir "Sea-Quest to have lunch con
I. III t Worlds
BYCOLLEGEDALE Frances A State Region WCl U Work. beverages lor the sack lunch at
LangfordOutnggcr Restaurant The
YII promoted by state officers. noon.
Rated 1 bane u i Mrs M J. Mile i the afternoon service will, begin
High ; Maloney
I What I formed:: by R"il'|'h Ev. idence, R 1 .
CABINETS inrude that the restaurant did not ident presiding. will be held with a whit ribbon recruit service
., Company I the First. Methodist Church und will close with some nUI11--
The First B iplist Church Youth open until 5 p m on Sunday the I Fair
Feb. I 11 I. from hers from the new fellowship
Choir under: the direction of Mrs, group enjoyed a lour" of the The on Tuesday I
COLLEGEDAll:, 11NNMVNUFAC1URLKS Evelyn Whalen, and the Curol rude grounds and the \ Mr. und :10 a.m. to 3 p.m. group
EVill'l The Iota Sigma WCTU as host The public i. invited and all
Choir directed by Mrs Belly Rog. conducted by Evmrude cd the con
j will furnish desert and members are urged to attend
dined group
ers won excellent ratings in Fort at MllanI'rior to ty with ,
Jin II ---- -- -- ---- -
Pierce I
OF and Feb I I. The

QUALITY LAB FURNITURECOLLEGEDALE choirs Indian festival participated River at the vocation Fort m Pierce the B muse Bap-ptist Jill Arlene Lehtinen servic"'r Mrs. Mildred Greenfield Is

list Church. Warren G. Corliss District Sec.
Judges were two faulty, mem Corresponding
CABINETS INC.. IS PLEASED TO HAVE A PART IN hers of Indian River Junior Col.

A PROJECT SO UNIQUE AS THE BEAUTIFUL NEW legc and a state Biptist Church Mr and Mrs Heimo Lchlmcn I, The i Mrs Mildred Grcent eld. Port Pearce of the Fort Pierce club and

worker. Luke!.. Worth, unnounce the marriage Worth was elected district cor Mrs, Jeannette Becker, Vero Beach,
MARTIN COUNTY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL The excellent rat ng entitles the of their daughter Jill Arlene attending secretary at the third .1'national federation chairman for
choirs to participate in the state lege ua meeting' of District K of six states. was a speaker.
festival which will be held at the Warren. Corliss Jr.. son (orliss Florida Federation of Business I Others elected to offices for (the
AND TO THE Baptist Church, West 1 Captain second cl Profession!) \Vomens Clihs car were: Mrs Rosa
FORTUNATE CITIZENS OF MARTIN COUNTY. Palm Beach f eh 2X Ins, Port Sewall Saturday Feb I I.'I II I. his been : '"f!.,( h 1d SOnda9'F7h.Tat! : Nttsh,lul, GTtidc j district three-
I he ceremony was performed ill past year. en's Restaurant. Fort Pierce. I tor: Mrs. Helen Moyor West 1 Pilm
lumber consumption in I the I II I am in the North Side Baptist 1 and i is due Guest \I'eakcra\ Miss Helen Beach assistant i director: Mrs Ramona .
United States in 1962 was 37,400,- Church Lake Worth A receptionwas carrier ti Perrmc. state president Quinn, Fort Pierce record
William J. Ilulsey I (:KXOK) ( ) !ward feet, slightly above held at the bride home. Air 1 the Florida Federation, who' ing !se"crcto.ry: and Mrs Catherine
the figure' of ,the before, ---------- ----- ,
IRLSIDLNT year !.. on the need of qualified : Brown, Clcwiston treasurer
I Members ol the Stuart club attending
to hold executive .
II "Do walk!. on the grass' Is the. Junior Women Fish urged the members capable positions of were: 111'Llda Men
i rule' for children ut San Franciscos these positions to train nmger, Mrs. Lois Saunderson. Mrs.
Golden date Park them. Myra Hcarn Mrs Betty Kopp,
Friday Will Aid I The workshop on membership Miss Betty Jane Stott, Miss Mir,
Greenfield, and
,, conducted by Mrs Cora L. thu Burd ne Mrs

"li\RT.WINNING Tickets will be available at the I chase: of Mrs:" Margaret..Burggraf!:__
door for the Junior Woman's Club I Ilfll'saving
fish fry this Fndiy evening Feb. I Governing Board

7, This is the clubs second annual Club 01 Garden Club SIMPLEST'awmaia'
hospital benefit. Fried fish, hiked -
VALNNEFTS beans, cole slaw. hush puppies Next February 7
and rolls, coffee .tea und home. I
made cake will be served indoors The The governing board of I the
from 4:30 to 8 p.m. ut the Worn the \\ Club of Stuart will meet
an'i Club building, he held 10 .i.m. on Friday Feb 7 ut MOWER YOU CAN
: Proceeds from the dinner will ut 12:30: hi me of Mrs Grunt Chum
r n !r be used to purchase a pediatric! precede I Pelican Cove. Assisting OWN!
surgical cart and two pediatric this Chamberlain i as hostesses will IV\
STOP 1 laryngoscopes for M.irtin Memor meeting I Mr.. bonus Thurlow and
: huh Hospital 1 hiis the clubs As this R. C Johns
major project und a good turnoutis und! means f
hoped for to assure the pur ,i reports 0 f : IMRS CLASS
i :a li Q s I _d__ will be t lIu.nIUI": (. AI'

The The D rciis Sunday School Class!
A covered dish luncheon will Feb 22
the II
ant Church
be held by the J Periwinkles!. Thurs I by the met
Counter For A iy Iternoon. J,in. 28( at 2
W .M..rfr day Feb 6 at I I' 10) pm ut the drew ,. at the church. Mrs D. I I.. f
Masonic Temple OsccoU Street.THIi Heckler .
pre' There were twcn
Restful Lunch While .xjtlsite Candies; By man.The nine. members and ,guests pres McCormickINTERNATIONAL

dude I the meeting opened with the
k : : I
NorrisHollingsworth books, of the class song Help: Balanced Head Mown
Shopping elephants Today and prayer led with "Wri/t-Aettan" drive
The snack Mrs Ch.
M. .
w el.e.! end fait op to
ing the Letters: were read by Mrs. R 70 aeri a day, Injoy super
Pangbam Whitman'sElizabeth coffee Turner: from Deede Taylor imonth, tuper quiet performance
The ) Delmdi kittrell These girls with a McCormick
be at the Baptist Children Home International Balanced Head
(Juan ,, mower Trailing I Fant-Hitch
The class sends
; Arden TAB U on the ( spend 3-pt. hitch, Bidc-mounted, andseml
; J:0: j" money to them each month as mounted models.
; ; f .f;: PLACE during All the as gifts on sprat occasions.:
:: A musical program was urrang Ti 1\lintol1
.ijJ I.... Witt GR\SJ! ,\LAIMN Club are by the program chairman Mrs
( .r.' $350 $3 $10 1 business EquipmentCo.
(:t; A 't. i I'I.RI'V"" : ullly up \MWIIF: lip 10 be sang two selections.
( present by Mrs Ruth Hall .
l JJ Large Selection of c ,; Park Shoppfig Rodgers then sing accom
: :" niVCIOK About by Mrs. Charles'. Swoope
\; < > Plan 'II
transit OU'III I 4111 SIRFETIORT
i I 1 T Revlon I Aquamarines 331 F Ocean Blvd.AT Stales Refreshments. Butts assisted i were by her served daugh,hy PIERCE, FLORID

VALENTINE Ir 7 J62S both over Mrs Dorothy Cro. man, of
; i Cologne, Hand Lotion transport PI ION: L 110 1-0800
I.r. Powder < IIIld'hlclIlII.' UpdCoLlie
$475 DM b 19 MW SUe Farr
CARDS .ft-rjj : UP
LANVIN Offict-wfcwe. I CM better 'BEAUTY

f.L, .")...v\\: others MOM you vttii. UM best .hittta. The i Lovely l Lady
Many by
"'J" fie_ ::1 MY SIN Be,and fin BstnacB. SALON

'..,&Ajotr Dana 5 Fret I IfmrivjoatocalwdnpiftROBERT EAM OCEAN:\ BL\D NEXT 10 IR\Ut.V.I\US:

..hw Y3.J 4?? grances. Chantilly ARPAGE For Appointment Dial 2S7-5657

i 1 PFRFUME: $5.00 up
and many others. COLOGNE: $J.00 up b
i .,.. l SPECIAL Mon., Tues, Wed., Feb. 10,11,12




M. JOHNSON:\ $17.50

AT 7-1822 Your Rexa/l/ Store STUART ( &.1 AslAnt r [ I INSUDANC

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Ilir sn' VRT lfl..riiUms. ) : Thntvlm, IMMiirtn 6. I9&4 S S.1 .A' '
Tell Garden Club .
Experts Will -- -- -------- --- -------- ---

I + a.AO..At, ae..lars.e'. ., ..w ,a."+ ixsr :: A L.-:.
E :

Members How to Grow Exotic Tropical TreesThe 1 : WARRANTY DEEDS FILEDu1'I. : :1

regular I monthly meeting ol mind! all I'Ndenlof the area ,ale entering, plants and cut (lowers I aI-,,waaw.Itella ...."""" jIJ'q'llf! I II

Garden Club of Stuart will be that thearc eligible. to participate I : m the exhibit and attendingthe :: ..., ,..n riM""" i Ml 01 1 ti.iei\ 41 md part oliti.iel ''
on Monday. Feb. 10 at the \\ oinan's the horticulture show I Site?II to I I"" al. ""llta, t Illln.tat '
in ,
., I )W. MM. ion ;4. township 38
N''-II"" I i I" affixed a?
Club at I 1:30: pm. Since, the flower show i MrAinUc Sawyer, 2X7-2304.' the deed Mt ,Iii I. rate or SO S., 4(1( F MOO.
L M Johnson, the agricultural the benefit of the Civic C\hII\U'1 I' i i\ in charge of ticket! !sales and r..II", per flan' I. I I..',,'l11lnal rase' ,wh.rocOII.ld..rallon such\ (Charles range /icmbii' to Guy' A. DISCOUNT STORES
agent of Martin Count), will he ,, cation Fund the Garden 1 will deliver tickets to anyone a. rftllnqulfthll"'" Ir ,rll.I..' Van Ilircxlen I lot I I. block V and : larva K'.h"
the speaker Hit subject will be that will I her.Scnwair" chapiers ,.'a whets no
hopes everyone 'phoning
i ) money' ehan.t .. heads. slant lot I I. block 7. First Addition toPapitu I
and Care of
"Planting Exotic Indieaae a n+aml.1'i.. minimum Village. $WO. I
Fruit Trees" With Johnson will lino \ nlnTti HIP': |IlIalal1r, $ I
where more al."I"l i arc placed
he Seymour Goldwater assistant 5Students Named on an liwlrum' than actual Kirby. Lots t.mJ 7, blink S. ;
Duels County agricultural agent vats: llv of I:. transfer ri.mnroWr.: ,: \ but\ nffliflnv" txrlodk !- Krueger fcstatcs First Addition I
who it a tropical fruit tree specialist .llif t..a 'h", s f (..*.!.. in $8,11111)( ) I
He will have specimens on Which IPX Minim ftPBwiir to Arnold F. \\ des
Green \to R.
,,, ,
ha born 1..1
Ihft tax
display. To New Honor Roll 'art'R"Id "Tin'e1... lakes as lots, 41 and 4.:. block I 1. olden ( ;l'LISl ljU-.\IE?
The members ot
the Garden r".I'.lbllll).' Cur the estiauat- Gate $200Paul ).
Club of Stuart are getting ready eel "aillalloll.Jlln. Aldrich'iIIl.IIH\ A

for the flower show at the \\'oiuun'i ( 27 I'cb. 4)) Grumlinji Property J in lot ",
Club on Feb 29 and March The names of fills-one Martin I Kitty Kindred. 'arol Olney Joyce \\oodruff bUnk I I. River Terrace surnlivi I' MOTOR OILcans
George to Henry Scicd
1. Mrs L. M, Johnson, chairman County High School students appear I I Smilc). Claire Dumich Eddie C Beckman Jr Property in hot MOD $7 500Krcmscr) qt.

on the honor roll just released Lowe Susan Weiss Mary Fcrra, 4. block 20 Se-wdlls Point Land land Corporation\ to
1 Judy Hunt Norme Mont man R V. Johnson. UM I and :. block
Company subdivision of I Port Sew-:
re-Vol/loJlared Woodall
by Principal James C. .
and Natalie Taylor twelfth grade.Ph all $(>(H>. 2. section I I. Hibiscus Park Si I.III.KI)
On the Alpha Roll (all "A s) llis Smith Jill Mosley. Pam
I > "Kremscr I land Corporation to One of the world'snuwl
Frederick lallman Joss Jr.
His 77th Birthday I are : Arden Brannan. Virginia Trees. DcDe Voss, Beverly Snipes, to \\allcr H. llolmer I (11II.. ') md
Turner Lot 27, fuinoiih motor
Decker Pat Brilton Nancy McCormick 'I Kay Dennis, Mary Ann Winn, Pit Raymond Hailev 10 block .?, !section I I. Hibiscus
Brecn. Barbara Walker BctsNoursc block 21. Palm City and lot 4, I oil al about 4
George H Wolf 600 W Ocean I and Billy Martin twelfth ) Park $1..W( n.
block H. Cleveland! Addition to 1
Boulevard was honored on his i grade and Kenneth hrraj' d Gayle Sirota Myra Jackson Palm City. $1 1500. Dorothy P Gccbcn to Edward, (lie cost of uiibrunil'til
seventy-seventh birthday, with a lynn Williams, ve : John Behr Tom Snavely Meg C. ('urloOn. tot I V fi, 7 ,md I K. $ oil. So don't
party, Friday, Jan 31.I I The Beta Ro'l: (all "A"s and Fno, Billy Slathers and Cury Collins Arthur M O hon to H. O Peters block 1 .1. Rio St. Liieic 'I'err.iei- UPRE bulk
Games were played! and prices "B"1} contains the names of: Louise eleventh grade; and Carolyn Property in lot II. Inlet Hir- $2.1X10( ) luke slimmest .

awarded the winners. Piano selections I Sowers, Linda Feldman, l.)nne Gray Frances Kotte Sara ]Munch. hoc subdivision" $8./(OI). John I), leslie to mold IK- e dimitfc! 10 t dl'11SLPRrMr. '
and O'Kcllv, David Duncan. Sandec Boyd Weich. Cheryl Adnance; Dorothy Heist to Francis (f. dell lot :<. l'r.rOlld11111 subdivision .
hymns were played by I I Ellen Sea- Slack Lot 2*. North Yolk Sound : :. lodn'!
Mm, Edward: Ham, Dale David 1-cighow. Gary Simmons Arthur Speedy) Mary $2! .3IXI.)
Out-of-town Ilue hcre Edward I. Karen Jensen Sue Aigotti crest and Joe Tanner tenth grade Shores $4,4(0Arnold ) Mamie Bird I o Kenneth R
Conlcy Chicago. III. and i M. Bluer to Henry [J. Hampton Lots 1.\. 14. I IV 18 I 14
Banks. lots 27 : 8
md 28. block ,
Clearwater: Mr. and Mrs Anthony I and 20(I. block 21 I. amended plat
Kort Detroit Mieh,: Miss Monterey subdivision. !III i1.Klln.I ( ) ol 1 Palm City $6,111)11< The "Once-A-Year" CAR
The Congressional Corpurition; G i. Van Minister I I F.
Jlarh.ira Koutnc). Slanleu., i Jubilant Jensenites I to ester
to O. A. lot 2h.I Evergreen
und Mr. and Mrs Ikniaiiini: Tiede. Sonntag Property in gournmont
mm Fort Pierce. Others attending -i / Park $1 400() lot I I. section 27 township 39 S.,
Mr. and Mrs Gus Joe W. (haniblce: to dward: I' range 42 L: $'),0016( ) WAXI
I Ravnor Sr. 1.)1II, First Addition turtle
Sclilesicr Sthlcsier, Mr Mr. and and Mrs Mrs George Ernest' Victory Hop FridayJubilant Skyline 000 Park subdivision. $10- :MUMINUMORII.-: -- -. f.

Baker Mr and Mrs. Edward nosrii. .
H.lln'I' Dwight li. Denicrilt Sr. to I he Adds
I':\tlusite formula uinlaliis sprttaiular "Sun! Stop" an
und Mr. and Mrs. Inn starting at Hirths Mi. and Mrs Mathew .
I Friday .
Jenenlte.Ind RI'lle'l Jupiter Island Compui) I Inc ,
One deans, 1)IIh"l|| | and
FrankOngedl'l new illnunsliin to "H< proli-ilion.\ npvralion |
S p,m Properly in section 31, township MetulhsieT a daugtiir.!: Jan M:
will observe! their seventh annual seals. A must for 'Minnie: I iulsh'' can tu rt
Stationery is '
A lull evening ol dancing to' 37 S? range 42 1': $I 5,3i(0.) Mi and Mrs Pedro Pinto 1'i/iaro eIO.Hz.
ing machines in New Dehli : United Fund Victors Dance at Seymours orchestra specially Barbara. Askloll to Robert Donald a iliughter\ Jm Z'); Mr. and Pals
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I dances! the best acts from the Asklof l.ols \3. 33 16, Finest\ 1 Patience, a son Jan MMi I.
GEE 1Mb CRKDIl MAN ,\\s. ., Variety Show and a shower ofdoor 45, 46 and 47 and 49-Webb) ,. and Mrs\ H,irvev Moore\1 i !
i j I gilts will mark the United I Howcrs subdivision. $HX). slaughter I I'eh I I. Mr mid MiJ.imcs ". 1() > iiijuid ....,. ':

Fund Association's celebration I James V. 1.anglord to Joe F ai- Ruckcr, a, son: I Eel 2. :: ...'t. liP
"Good Credit Is Your I $1.29 '
"Thlwv< Most Valuable Asset" : tor the first! time since the All ; -- Johnson Si.inley lIon o\"I. \\illi. I I
i I For One and One For All' united vassers active members of the ulcer' Robert Minis !Phyllis J i
drive! started in 1457, \be a true avHKiition and orgamationsRepresentatives Andrews and Gloria Iklvm, dis
MERCHANTSCREDIT victory. as the goal, of $7.IHH) WIII'' : o f participating" cliirge'd.:,: I Riper, H::irden, FddiiHue's :: i \\QIiII

{ met and passed within ten days I agencies will receive special recognition Iheodord: Solomon. Edna
1 ufter the drive started" said Mrs said \\illiam Weiss and Pirtriek and 1 Dana Rounds
BUREAU w fA .L Zola Swarthout, UF president! Mrs' Gus "rellnchro.chlIrl11cn Jin 2'>.Admitted. Anton Gin I
In .iddilion to the announced' of the event tu. George 'I Ihompson, Walter
"M\RIIN: (OUNn'S: IKADINt: : CRI1MTPKIFSSIOL : BURUU" program. AI Palmer drive chairman Vice President Richard Cimip- Richards, I lea nor Keml; .ill, Wil ''I i 1 SPARK PLUG CABLE KIT
will make a surprise announcement bell will he mister of ceremonies han, \Dennis. Mrs\ Pedro Pmli
for the bcnctit of all e.m..t.51.l assisted by Weiss Pi//aro md Mrs Mathew Me
- - --- --------- -- Punier acid that Tuesdayof ( .illislcr discharged. Mrs Charle' .
--- - ------ on : Institution or broken wirer could

\ \ '. .A.Y.i t1A. .:f.... UA \ ..J:1)1 'i'I this week the goal of $7000 Mcrmdi. .mdbihygirl. Mrs 1 li/.j Jour tar iif 11U\I ('r. (uble i
\ "' ... ..t ..' : I : was passed und records! indicated teeth Sh.imhljn. I mesa RobertsKa I'' / lu'iivv plastic 1 liisnliilid. ralilvs i
a totil of $7 (Klith) more to )\ McDonald 1. Ruth ('ol'C. Join
jl !lrlc wild t'liil lirinlnals, 6 or HConilai'c
rm.lIrn, |
come Kohil( John Russell Maretl,. Wil,) m
There( was spirited competition ham nibs. Herbert G lines. Mai ,'"" ,
Beta Sigma Phi Presents Its Annual between the two top zone, thai eia \Vmlhrop and Anthony I loud

ol Rio, headed .bv Mrs. Charles Jm 10()-- Ailmillcil. I I' ve I ly i n at $2,95 I ILADIES'
j Hill md 1 A BViKon. and 111. Signer Martha i (idlowski. Moll)
II ;iron i Irom ('l1l11merci,1oulh, U. Kempt. Hun lloke I eon i ( hlll11-
: VALENTINE BALL and! including Sunns acres Rout hers. (",irol Sue Rolhkopl. a n d
The Rio lonelrllughl\ up their I.tuglmile'; discharged/ Olic Put" .
total to $'>()<.15 this week anal! Icrson Robert U-e Harris; May; /SVS>
m the Commercial Street.-Sunnyiacres B, Kennedy I alilia (Gille'snie, Nun JAMAICA SHORTS ,
zone. head bv Mrs Orlena Brann cy Johnson; : : Samuel:,, Miller, John::;

and IrJe -cI Ya erline, brought Laholsk> and Jerry M !Scotl<
Saturday FEB. 8th S f their total. up to $IWI. Jan II -- Admilled Mamie i
The third top zone was headed Baker Saiah Williams GeitrtulcSodeiholm AND BLOUSE SETS
.h\ Mrs Frances Hubbell with Jack Cuiry Dorothy
$610 I Oliver and Mrs. Ernest Spence;
Other lone collections and zone discharged Mrs. Mathew! MeCalhster linequiilily iiillon, bats iniido anil, sljlfd for eonifort. Awsorlvd color print

| I cal'tJII1lI1c1uded zones headed bv and baby girl Mrs. SarnieC lilimsf "llli mulililnn lulls. and, Millil, mlor kliorN, v'u
SUNRISE INN-PORT SEWALL Mrs Haul Heritage und Mrs hamhliss and hahy boy Mrs
Rick Carroll $416) M II), Mrs. WrI-,| Pedro IV/aro! and hahy gill, luith e
ham St Clair. $11505) ; Mrs Bet. Howard, David 1 Forrester and Q}
IV Kasper.: $11: Mrs Langley! Carolyn RolhkopfFeh
Music by GEORGE SALEEBY'S ORCHESTRA it- Robertson. $.1114, I I-Adn1lttcd. Archie a !
Mrs Gus Frednchs! and Mrs knepper Opal lumpy Joseph
3S \\ilda Dailey. $17850.: Mrs Hats lollcy, Norma Mcninda, Millc'dgc I
Sites 10 J() 1M
Person / el Forshurg and Mrs Helen Hens Smith and Mrs. I Edith: Moore; discharged (
& TICKETS $2.50 per /el. $235.51), Mrs.. Don Gould. Evelyn Signer, MilledgcSmith I t

MAY BE OBlAlNtD ROM ANY """B'.' OF BUA SIGMA PHI on HII.IO: Miss Marion Ischiselieck. : Joyce Wilhamii i ;: G i. I harry () i/i CCMEN'S
$118: Mrs Alice Martin and Mrs (awlhornc. George Thompson,
Betty Baker $.1K(,: Mrs Anna Stanley llonkoski. I.uigl.irille., at $I
For Reservations-Call 287-3189,287-0878 or 287-1169 Wacha and Mrs Morgan Sprott. Walter Richards tleanor Kendall
$167 50): Mrs Alice Makcy Dixon Leona I Chumhert and.! Mildred
and Willum: Delanccy $1 B. Martin ( haul.Ich.. r

j.fi .. Wahl (business and orgimitionsl. r :Admitted! l. Mrs. JamctKueker
t- ;-' t ,cC// ."1f '(. ."- SI,776; William, Weiss. Alice McCandlcss. War.
Yvi" YJ1. f rp. r'i* YH. .
"'6' ; $100): Zola Swarthout. $501) en Krick Annie Hicks, Bessie PENNY LOAFERS
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--- --- ---- --- -- ----- --- -- Nelson. I Ethel Oshorn I Laurie F ovtcr

and William Johns, discharged !
'' '''.''' Jack M.icNab and Mrs 1.
rnestSpencc 1
EXECUTIVE MULTI.MILI !.e I radlllimally(. sly I led fine li'iilliir loaders, made fur
1IN 1- ,
GILLETTE LOW PROFILE OR MARK I t c-I"_ "_:: _, ._. = I I eh, Admilled!, Bertha loiill wear and nil day lomfort. Just the llekrl for

WRITING( TO WEAR J I Schnabcl. Henrietta (umiiiings, rampiM wear, sports or casual lilllr,. (imipare at

YOUR CHOICE: TYREX OR 100% DuPONT NYLON 1'iT/rIWIN: :: MONTHS Grace. ( crop Harris Roberts, Bcrtrenu. Charles Schilfender Ray.- $5.95.

FULL PLY nand George Donald, Frank
NOT I rt5 r
Badcock John Conrad, George j
'I Ihonias. "Frances Scoficld( FrankAekcrmann
.......,... t, analII a/1r II awif.lltaI all, ,I,1 NW I..... bs.f11 11..1, / .
1111, 5,5.5", 1.11.. 111. '.......,.1 5i1 r .1..111..... ....,..",. 111111 liii 1111111iiirslN1 and' Gail V Wood;
.0 'OIUOl"" ail .11" 11111. All Law 114/,1.111" .re p.rrd Is. a1.N. ii .Ili '!'' ''' discharged. Geitrude !Soderholm,
11111 w "IIlOr. UtaInlOYUIfYNfO U Olive I Feldman, John Conrad,

100111 150,11 100111 TRill" .00111 150111 .01/.5hl I Iliruld Bynon. Alvin Vclig, baby
!II/'fI' 6.U. lila,k
I Lucy Biker.I'INC .

1395 1495 1595 1695 1795 1995 2295J or Cordovan

1 "I'OVJ 101'KM Y SHAl :

far 26.11 J for 21.11 2 for JUt J for U'II J for 34.11 J fe, JUII I fer 44.11 i MUAKI \OUlU n.NUN
4 for 12.10 4 for 16.10 4 for '0.10 4 for 41,10 .4bur ....0 4t.rT4.10 4Msits I A ping )pong tournament for MEN'S UNDERWEAR SALE!

15r TUBE.TYPE 15" TUBELESS players, ot all ages will be stagedat

640/650.15 12.00..2 for 2J.00 4 for 45.00 643/650115 1J.5J. 2 for 26.06..4 for 51.12 Stuart Youth Center on Saturday 4'
feb I II. under! the
670115 . n.28 .2 for 25.56 4 for 50.12 670.15 . 14.54. 2 for 28.08. 4 for 55.167JOl15 'I ol Stuart Recreation sponsorship Departs c ? Navy Type SHIRTS

. 14.91 2 for 28,82..4 for 56.64 7JO.15 .. 1590. 2 for 30.80. 4 for 60,60760n15 s I

. 16.62. 2 for 32.24. 4 for 6J.48 760.15 .11.61. 2 for 36.22. 4 for 71.44 there will \he age groups fur 4f
800/820115 19.68..2 for 38.36..4 for 75.72 800/820115 2J.21. 2 for 41.46..4 for 8U2 I nialci and! females from ten to 3 FOR

WHITEWALLS S3 PER TIRE EXTRA I twelve, thirteen to fifteen; mxleen
I to eighteen and! nineteen and up.
First place winners in each division Soft, springy alwwlienl lotion
SPECIAL --rr I ,
___-_- I will be awarded prates, and 1 l...hlrtft"' cut for maximum coin
I may go on to compete in the District
ADJUST CASTER ADJUST TOE.OUT Florida Recreation Association ,y furl and mmmlli fit. !Si/ci S-\l-

ADJUST CAMBER TEST STEERING 488 I later in championships February at Fort Pierce 1 L. tonipurc at 4Vc caih.MEN'S. O O

l. ADJUST TOE IN IIKhlly local event at tho Youth Center
All Work Done By J Factory Trained Mechanics amgh I until Thursday, Feb. 13. There is

no entry feeDIMOIAY.

'Jlt"tJ" se-snoI" PLUS rte far '"0"j"' aNi 5005 i 01* tun COP- CFIP1IR PLANSSPU.IIUII KNIT BRIEFS
'OUI CA5 "'..IDUn M CONDITION AT liD IflA e0s1 aN II" nos 'IU' a
I IAcac'ot
"" 115 rlq. MO.Ot/Rl.' ra/Aaal,
Chapter. Order of
Molay plan. to hold a 'ru 0.//
I \ I
1 6 1 / In's I upper at the Masonic .
C'umhrd cotton hrlefi are action
I East thccola Street on Monday 0
evening Feb 17 serving from 5 dmluned for wing fit and mild

LaEs""i I to 7;30 n m. tupiiri. flies SMItorn-

Adults tickets will be SI; those 4c part Hi 59c.Agricultural r.
Elswgc S0, 4TII ST. FORT PIERCE 110 M977 for children: JO cents Tickets maybe ..
(IIARWAIEI Mutore I obtained from any DcMolay
boy, or purchased at the door.

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<-A THE STUART Tin.) NEW 8 Thursday, rehrnarr I .. Jt.0! !!, .. -3-tJ! !! i E. C. Wareheim


(Nev. 1 April *0)i ) I Runs Again forPoint

i SAILFISH: (Women's length division) Mrs. Gene T. Tigers Reluctant To Leave Pint-sized Gym

Whicker Melbourne Beach "Spray II," Captain ; PositionE

Ray Young ... I ft
SAILFISH: (Men's length division) Dr Robert L. C Warehum. a former maor \-

Bergcr Shnrtlesville, Pa. 'Carnine," Captain Lome and incumbent commissioner.
Lunn R ft. I in. Iiled lust week to run in I this
Lose to Eagles 69-67. After 3 Overtimes years election for three commission
AMBERJACK: G G Woodruff Wayne, lit., "Qndina vacancies lit the Town olSewalls

.. ..... I
H, Captain L Buck, Jr ." 45 Ih Point

ARCTIC BONITO: Arthur L Rivera Charleston S. C.. I He joins H. C Patterson. another
"Gannett II." Captain A \Vhilitar .. .. .. ..... 19 Ib 8 nz I )incumbent, Ed VV luw-

BARRACUDA: R S. McGahce. Eau Gallic, "Skipper Only 'Time Out' Call rence and Jack Essam

II," Captam L. Buck . .... IS Jb.BLACKFIN The closing date for filing is
Mond.iv. Fen 10. according I 11H (>
TUNA: Barbara S, Vichmnn, Mclhourno

Bench, 'Hobo" Captain Jack \Vhilicnr ................ 13 ll>. 6 or, Prevents 4th Overtime SV New some, the new lon
manager, at whose home candidates
BONITOBruce: Sullivan, Kissimmec, "Maryhob! III," may file Reidcnlwl'hil1g

Captain Boh Scnmshcr .. ........ ............. II Ib. 1 oz to register to vote may ilso do sn
QIANNEL BASS: E R I oroff. Frecmont. Ohio ...... 21 Il>. 8 oz, In the last game thul Martin\ score again with I :OS ol' regulation at New ome'\ home with Tuesday
County High School played in its lime remaining A H-second frecnby Feb 11. Ihe closing d.itcII .
DOIPHIN: Earl Burbiink, Omaha. Neb, "Spray II," old sirdmc-cm; gym the Tigers Stuart failed when Schommer ., more than six i candidates file

Capt Ray Young .. ....... It Ib. lost the hard way to Dan McCarly long/ shot missed as the clock run primarv/ will he held on Tin's
GROUPER: Jack Schneider Port Salerno. "Big Day". Fugles l-nday 69-67. after out day Feh :2':! The general elic-

Captain I-ocke .. ... ............. 28 Ih. three overtime periods. Schommer again: missed; at the tion will he on Tuesday. Mirch *
JACK CREVAI: C. E, Sch icffler. South Hampton.NY The score was tied eight tunes end of a !scoreless first overtime

., "Fran L." Captain Pete Robertson ............ 31 Ib. before the viilofpulled away to period and Davis at the close ol i Dutton Films at
MANGROVE SNAPPER: A M. New bold, Stuart .... i Ib. a six-point lend in the third overtime the second. i Elliott Museum
period and the Tigers just 1 Fort Pierce forced a change: of 1
POMPANO: Richard Angus. Jensen Beuch ..............., Sib. failed to make up the deficit At Indies in the last \session, us the ,
RED SNAPPER: Gram-It, Morrisvillc, Pa, "Big lh.it there might have been one score (Stuart fir.went\) 61-61. A program of color films h> F.

Day." Captain I ocke .. .:. .....:.. :24! Ib. more tic nnd one more overtime (61-61 61-69 and ended 67-69 W Dutton was scheduled for .i

SEA TROUT: Boyd Surguy Stiinrt .. ... ......... 10 Ih 12 ozSJtttPSHFAD period if a cull of time out by for II rent heart-breaker 'I public showing at the riliott Museum .
touch Archie Marthiidn't nullified Fort Pierce also won 'the I B' at 8 pm Wednesil.iv Fcht
: Hugh F. Sheppard, Stu.irt ................ 9 Ib. II ozSNOOK. successful long shot from squad game 58-51, i The features include Florida.

Amanda Kmdig. OsccoU Ind. ..... .............. 31 Ih. 8 M.SPECKLfD Allen Schommcr sea shells. quail hunting the trunmg -
FT.; PIIRCK; ((69)) G; F P of horses and the life
PERCH: Ronnie Kuul/, P.ihokcc .......... 2 Ib. The. Eagles scored first i but Snyder 4 2 10 cle of race terns. c\-

WAHOO: Paul A Walker Hobc Sound . 85 Ib. the 1 uters led 9-4 und I 1-N before Shank: \\I 2 2 The Martin County Historical

TARPON: George H"rkinSlu"rl ... ..... I ft Ih 8 oz finishing the first quarter with a Ntx>ne 7 1 17 Society which sponsors the annual
TRIPLETAIL: John McDanicl. Hclmar NJ 18 Ib. 12 of. 16-14 edge Hockey I 5 7 showing of films by the noted
With Skip Hill und Dive DIVIS Taguc K 4 20Stige naturalist and wildlife photographer
-- -- hilling well in I lie second quarter 2 2 h I has invited the public
MCHS went iihcml 26-18 und 362V Melton I 0 2
Judge to Name Appraisers :! ending the half with a 18-12 Myers I 1 < Highway construction workers

margin Tolal201 21 69 dug up the bones of a prehistoric

The Faglcn evened the score at STUART ((67)) G F P I elephant which experts estimated
; For Vista Drains
Tropic 42-42 early in the third frame Duncan ) :! M I had died over one million .vtMfs'
and when Hall fouled 44-
out ut
I ago in Italy
Hall 8 :2! IS
Appraisers will he appointed that the stagnant water is .1 i health 44 the home team was in trouble Martin 2 I "iMaltix 1:11: u.U''-.::11'1'1\1'-: :
7>b. 10 by Circuit Judge C' I'fcif- hazard However with Davit as workhorse 1 I 1Dm
(his 25 was tops for the I \0'1'U'1'1 fl.'. "" .'\1'\ 'I'nIII'I.I'n:11
Jer Trow bridge to land
appraise County Engineer Fred Hell said 7 II I* : : ... 'l'I'I'lnl" \ \>1101
wanted by Martin County to improve Tuesday that not much in the way I game! ) MCHS came out of a temporary Schommer 1 2 4 Null. ', I I.. h.nln, Klun 'Ihn, .ihinilvKliin ..
deficit for another tic, il I mi Id I Hi.' in iil I"iiiiif
: drainage m Tropic Vista of a permanent remedy could be Bowintm 0 0 0 ,
'II ; .OH 'I l.mx nl' I I 'ililnitx
52:!-52, to end the third quarter : rl' will \\1,:; :::
Subdivision in the south part of worked out unil| right-of way isoht.lined Milhcrs \0 0 0 \ .. 41 rrirMi i nh Hi
'Ink if Ih. ('Innll flint hi .indfn
the county from private individuals Stalling tactics began in the last Kilhournc (0 0 (0 i Miirtln' >'mutt' I Inrlili. ni''',nm
:'lf'lfThe area has consider ihlo flood- through court action quarter 1 and continued through lotah 24 19 67M. lpi, if, ,. im,,,,>f ,nf. imhllini... !I..n ifthlx .
there I is no outlet to the north fork present system was given by the 56-52, trailed 60 56. and led 61- Pierce 14 18 20 9 0 0 8-69 I HOBSH01" .FSAI.F I1KIIIHTiindii ., .
of the Loxahatchee River from the State Park Board 60 before the visitors evened the _Stuart 16 22 14 9 0 0 6-67 ,'.' hllllnl&\\hlih I 111'will 1"ln".1 mitMiii l pin'In' .html... ,,.1.n i iYOlKwONT .
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drainage ditches already dug mJhe Residents of the subdivision hn.lnu. In IIluKI'I. MAtln (' ,
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1. th. Ih. "
) subdivision area. curlier to p.tv In
agreed a special tax district
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d.t hUo""oo I. Hob.1 KI..ln.
The present ditches MI with to share drainage costs Tale Twister Rodeo ,r "1" '" "'1.."1,1", .., ''h..., ,I",,,.
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'water during heavy rains and become ','.'.Id' IJJ hu.ln."tll '.. I" "n" Int. I"
stagnant. Ihe Jupiter area The Atlantic m the saltiest of I' HJIII. II'r .: MAi'lIIISIi
has complained from time i to time 1 I II the great oceans. !'ub .', II JU. n Il1hlI

I I I Results in Contests I ...n.... -W ij

"NOW?", asks Skip Hall. MCHS sharpshooter who has waited ages, it !seems, to be the first to put one
Coral Garden Lanes Lead through the nets at the new school gym His waiting was not in vain 'tor just as soon as Cecil Jackson I \ !t. !:(
I Trophy of the day went to Pat Ride and : juniors Mclmdu S..j
Tucker of the Juniors und to John I Penney Pat Tucker and Connie of J.lchonFqlllrment Installation Co, of Dcland, took his hand away from fixing the net Call,

I Stomski Jr ol the seniors for I Flack, 'lCni'n. John StomskiJr Tuesday morning Skip whistled one through The Tigers plaved their first game on the new court : t ; :! : R M7_ : :
their skill in the horse .,ibility ., Delbert Crumm John Strong Tuesday eveningForest .

"Spare Room"J I raci at Ihe Tale quarter Twisters Suildlc: .I John..Stomski_ Sr. Sandy Harris __ ____h _ __. ____ _. ........_.._-__-.......
( luh Rodeo on f cb. 2 anu uarn.ira imcr

I High point ruler of the day Keyhole: Junion. Ihlin a Penney Hill Mars Opening BFlClEVE ALL
Featuring honors went to Melmda Penne; and Gail Childers, seniors, I
of Ihe )juniors and lX.-llH.rl C rtimn John Slomski Jr. J.ick James, Bar' [HAT'S WAITING FOR YOU at the

of the seniors, Winners were: bar drier Sandy Harris, and Bet Of New Gym Winning 57-47

FILET MIGNON Hairpin race: juniors MelmdaPenncv sy Rosscr FabulousAll
I Pat 1 ucker M irty Strong For Ihe young Hop.ulona.'a.-
$195Spaghetti It would have been a. good 417. New
Connie Mack and Jail I Childcrs; sidic w ithout horses there was
Served at all times with 'lossedSuluel seniors. John Stomski Jr, Delber the sack race during intermission. omen if Martin County Tigers I'. lULL ((5'7) G I PT PALM BEACH KENNEL CLUB
I and Iruuh Irlc* Crumm. Haihura Cirier, John Winners were Karen Sntton Mir could have won their first game in Rhode, II 0 I ID
Stomski!. Sr. John Strong and iam Varvil and Sally H irris. the new gym but unfortunately! I ] 1 9CLI11rheII MrtLYexcept
they couldnt losing to Forest Hill
Donna unibee The next Tale Twisters Rodeo 4 1 9 ( Sunday)
and Hag race: juniors, Melmda;;"'Penney will be on March I I. Tuesday 57-47. I well ('one ) IICioldfadcn THRU APR. 22
\ However, the Tigers played
Connie Flack Ciuil Childers : : .4 4 12R.
/ / enough ut times to show that they
\ ; und Pal Tucker, seniors, John Rhode. 0 \\I 0 M tllNFF.Fvery
Balls will do the new court justice they
Strong and Sandy Harris. $510,000 Fund Is played Tuesday without benefit of ('urrcno I \\I 2tve. Saturday 2 P.M.
t, Cloverlcaf race: juniors. Melm floor, the () 0 IIBocll
on *
I/ome da Penney, Pat Tucker, Connie backboards practice h :ine been installed \\I 0 0Jezek i
I Flack and Gail Childcrs, seniors. Available for 0 0 II Admission 25cI
Made 99 C John Stomski Jr, Barbara CirierDclhert only that morning the "'orehend I \\I :! I I ree ParkingWtSTONSaVEDERCl
Forest Hill led I 16-6 at -
Sauce ('rumm, John StomskSr Erosion but a : liger team quarler came 1 ohlL 2Z 13 S7 -O'S "' ...". .....or..001.... .. HOuNII 0010III / -
., John Strong and Jack James: Study game I .
t to within one point of the visitors IU\RT coin G I" P
Pony Fxpress: juniors, at 18-17 in the second frame before Duncan 2 \\I 4Hilil 'P 1jKEN
For Your Dining and Fluck, Molmdu. Penney, and Pat Any quick solution to the erosion dropping behind again 3022at 6 ) 15M..rtin CLUB)
demon Delbert Crumm
Tucker, !!,
problem at Jensen Beach appears the half 2 0 4Javi
Pleasure John Strong, Betsy Rosscr Sandy to depend on Governor Furns Dive Davis, high for the Tigers II ] 19Mdlli I
Hirris and
Bnant. with 19 and Skip Hall. M. 2 I ISchommer
Straight Barrels: juniors Pai:
Such was indicated this week helped reduce the gap to 41-19 () \\I ()
MClirLY EXCFPF TIILRS. & SUN. Tucker Connie Hack, and GaiChilders after three but the locals I GOLF
Delbert Crumm m a letter from Congressman: Paul quarters 'I'otalll 21)) 7 47Fore..t
CHARLOTTE & JOHN CIMINO Jack James; seniors, lindu Tucker und! Ci Rogers to County Commission I faded in the final quarter
Chairman: Frank Wuchu In the B squad game, the Falcons Hill 1ft I II I6S7Stllllrt
Betsy Rosser the homesters. ti 16 17 11-47 at the NEW Martin
SWINGING ORGVN P1\NO DRUMS ANI> VOCAL Quarter: Horse Ability: juniors. Rogers reported! that $10.000 -- outpliyed- - -- --..- -- -_.- iJ
Pal Tucker and Connie flack, seniors has hccn appropriated for study
John Stomski Jr. Delhert of erosion on Jupiter Island, and Stuart Shuffleboard Courts Will County Golf & Country Club
Crumm Barbara Gncr, Jack to Include the Jensen Beach area

James, John Slomski Sr and John He noted that: Governor Bryant! ST. IUC1E BOULEVARD
TONY GLENN Strong. would have to declare that an Stage District Doubles Tourney
emergency' exists In the area and TURN RIGHT JUST BEFORE CROSSING NEW

/ ask for before an emergency appropriation Stuart beat Fort Pierce 6-4. Wednesday thirty-two players Six pluycrs tied I BRIDGE TO BFACII
OF CHANNEL 5 Now In Stock nny hurried action '
can he taken The Jan 29 to t.ike over third for first place: NUry Allison Harry
study would determine
Buy all wont erosion and control place in the Indian River Shuf- Halsey, Chrystei Moore Harriet GREENS FEES . . . . $3.50
Presents youR measures
ileboard League. Van luven. Frank Smith and
Winning Stuart tcnms were: LDempster Robert Wood
Rogers did not say when the Nelson. C Pennmttton Five player won four games COMPLETE 18-HOLE COURSE
Walter :
Rein of the '
"King P Army of ddtl. : i
Engineers is expected : duller A Starrand'Walley. C each m Saturday'* Round Robin:
to begin the survey I. Trout and C Sheets; C. Sheets C Merrill H Halsey.C ELECTRIC CARTS

jlanes" on Channel O W Moore and H Higgms, and Moore nnd A. Pries. Driving Range and Complete
Teak an extremely durable tim D Thomas and F. Ruuwald Golf Shop
ber, has been used m India for Ocean Breeze heat Stuart in the KIWANIS BOWLING TEAM MIXED DRINKS and LUNCHEONS
Sat., Feb. 8th, 6:30: p.m. to 6:45: p.m. L 2,000 or more years Pieces of Good Fellowship league, 4-2. IS IN SrCONIJ: f PLACE:

eak: beams 1.000 years old have' Harry H.ilsev and Jack!. Lucas and Indiajitown: Kiwanis Club took
Winner of roll off ink Thursday at 7:15: p.m. will bowl al/lllnHt| \>een found there in a good state Catherine Trout and Chryntel three points from the Elks No 2 BEN HARTIG Pro Manager
Mr. Rein for the new "king of the unen"" iht wme ni|>hf. A of preservation Moore were the Stuart winners.!!. last week This puts Kiwanis one

60% Handicap Entry Fee $6.00 The new Thursday Shuffling 1 and one.half \pirues behind th* PHONE AT 7-2274
fRFF HOT DOCS league started on Jan. 31, with I tirst place team

1ST PRIZE Free hot dogs will be a feature 1FFN I I1\NCF FUNDS I
$$50.00 O of the dance GO; TO I BOW RNtllCoriil .
teen-age CASA
at Stuart Youth Center on Satur Garden Limes is ,pon'oOr-1 INC.
I day evening Feb. 8. from 8 to I 11pm I ing u dance for the teen.a

ion WS1U will supervise i the pm There will be live music ,
D playing; of the 'Top 40' records. unit a nominal admission charge I II' .Jiirl AutbnrlCHRISCRAFT/ d \0...
Sponsors A sport shirt und drevs pants is with all admission fees to be donated n
he required dress for I boys, girls I', to the Honda Sheriffs Boys' j ,;"
Live Music for Teenagers Color or B&W hould wearCh"ol! clothes ', Ranch 1 'SEA SKIFF''I.1JOILNSON '

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THE SPARE ROOM Wheels Ikiilt-in Ramp : .., All SERVin

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-- Tropical Farms fONCRFfi ION.L FIRST IKPTWf! RIO FUPTIST I _tftP STL R.J(Florlih I ) STVlS Tlmrvinx. I hrnarv 6, IMJ f\
StiinrtWednesday _.: _
The Worrwn'i Fellowihlp of the Tho will
I pastor be teaching the - -
Bible Union Church. haul Ninth evening at 7:30: the Rook of Fpheuuni during I h e

Baptist Church Street. Palm City, will "serve a him ml J,week worship!'! service and Prayer and Bible stiulx hour \\'ednexdav -
dinner Thursday, Fcb Id* public 7:41! .
: monthly toll tneu meeting will bo : pm The church
I Plans Revival is i invited i There ; also M choir will practice III II' i(0) pm
held in the mmctuarv The youth
halted good and f fan,\ article on The Lenora Fuskir Circle
sale and chancel chlwill/ rehear* I will
meet Thiirsd it I Ida I) .m .u. the
I Tropical Farms Bnplist Church FndBN. Feb. 7: Prayer group at KMedncsdiv: e\cnmg I hm of Mrs Ann Hrnson in Rio. ,. .

,.- ..........,.. will have a week of evangelisticisemces meet at 10:TO am .it the home Thur *ty evening it 7:10 there The Marilyn Bonnell ( ircle will
I Feb 1622 with Jeff I of !Mrx I.cona Smith: choir rehearsal will he a clime: for Adult Training meet at the some t lime s ut t the
S'f.fRV'S(irtRCimOMFN:: rrlS( OJI.. I"ML .,it t 'M I I' .i mI I' Stile. of I the Parkview Baptist it the church at 7 p.m. Unwrt woAen at I the WeiMMeBipttstf church The Verna' Abrams Circle J

I It) I urSuiulix morning at 9:30: Church In Fort Pierce hrmgm Sunday. Feb. 9: C hurch school : hurdi in Fort Pierce will nwrt at t the church jt 7 10pm

5 St. Mm I-pis;opil ( I uthcr in (hurch TV pro- ':the gospel messages Mr. Snleswho I Ii at 945: am Iud'on Mmcnr i is I The Mihte Mn Gertrwte Jones will be
women uill meet I Ihiirsdn. "rhl1 1the life" can he i w is f.'rmerlrn lor of the I II I superintendent Morning worship I!I class Will Rotym the Stsndwyschool home the,; hoMeM An Adult Interpret I
meet tit
13 at 10 .i iii Stirling w th I on 'hunnel !5 I \\PTV I West Melbourne Baptist Church I at I 11 I clock. Sermon hv the put of Mrs. \\ilwn McCliire Friday. lion C lime will he held it t h eWpiNide 11

fcuchunst Follow Ing Ihe I -Its Fffects on the I tor, Rev Uwrie I Shun. His I nIght at 7: V). I i Baptist Churih in Fort I
there will he .1 i short I I )." i is ihe suhicct Sunday I theme, Victorious: Fmlh i I Pierce lit 70: l pm Ml workers I ; '
in the clo The 'I Rev Forrest IF (fAoodit-I and members in ichilt .
meeting Mor fI"'n11.The I lutheran Radio Hour Sunday evening it 5:3i: () the' Training
/program will he under i he easi h Sunday eve I Youth Fellowship 1\11; have a kin will bring the mcwagc! at both Unions throughout the association lj I IriI

direction of Mrs Bruce I over at 715: The Sicrificml Supper Bring sirid1Miches I morning "tlhil'CIVices Sunday. I are urged to attend! .
At the evening service at 7:41: the
Christian Education secretary ern significance of the loaves Beverage ind dessert pro! I ordinance of hnptum will he oh I The Y\\ :As will meet u (Ihe '

er ihi' //'Irogr.m., luncheon \\ the fishes will he the subject vidcil I Fver)one mud. A filmstrip I served und Chaplain John N. Hudson home of P.itty Dubs 'in Oce' in I II ;
served | Dr. Oswald U.fflndnlall.t I Bree/e Park ThuNIaIt 7(1) I
ol' interest lo ihe f..mily will will speak on "1 he ( t>mm.ind : ( p m
C'h nrnien in charge of I Sunday I tollIlle offci iiig i / will he sent of Jesus! Sunday school is .it 94 .im
luncheon are Mrs I I.. A. Schroeder conducts in lo Ihe I .ike. Bvr I I oilfC for the The with a class. of Bible' studx! lilt every I .
gist Mrs litton Perry and Bible class eurv 'J I 1 u.'d.1\ \t'igi .i in ( nip. V|'ril 3-I.! Girls' Auxilnry and Sun- "K'. A Sundix school itlend
at 7:111)) in the church heams will meet Mondiy dcr- I
Bruce I eighton For reserv i noon at .1:.10 at the church Monday anee cimpilgn is '(smug' promoted
please call Mrs Arbogist I school' teachers .1"\ il( 'MI SI's'I '! evening at 7:.10) (hire will hI'
meet at m \\'edl1e..101\
2410 Mrs p Jensen Beach the
or Perry. ) I campaign 1"Pr"VI' YourI
before Wcdneshx. f eb. 12. I junior c'tnfirm.ition is m Sal Feh St B. nn Aisociilionnl Training Union I love." The morning worship) 'erv- j"
I ut 9 a.m. Thiirnln i h. Titus. meeting at the First Uiptist Church J
I ISf. I I ice is lit I II I I rr.lining Union beginsat
( 1".1) 111. HI Communion in Winter Beach
:M\RVS I Ladies (mild will hold I 6:.10 I Ihe I
IPISCOP\L pm exenmg worship .
Intention 1 hat \\e. M iHold\ ,
sale on FnI.II fh 7. The cherub and carol choirs !
service i is at 745: The ordmince1
Thursd iv. Feh 6: 9 a.m.. I ) of Kwik ( hek. between 9 te> V uiul) D"IIII1\\." Flolv unc- Mill rehearse. Tucsdiv .iCtcrnoon of bulism will, lie held I
I during I
Eucharist: 9:lo)) a ni. healing \ and 5 p.m. non 'follow muhndu at 3:10 QIh\ church Mrs n.l- ., the evening| service. A nursm i isI !

ice. I're'd" evening from 'i to x Feh 7 i h a.m., Requiem nion Silvers will hi hostess to the I:I provided liar ml.mis during! ill of Mill. NO I Or hmesR, Arneill I Ii Den,,'r ( ,tb 10.
Friday. Fcb 7: 1 p.m., Night i will he held u (he Mass Intention The Departed" Bell) Mills Circle meeting. the services. surgeon,
Friendly Society There will be .i:i I::mulx:I S.lItlrd.Irch s 8am..1pm.. day morning ul 10( :ID, '1 ,"Tlle'-I and winter resident "it (lobe Sound; .ig,sun thusPQ) .I lag

Saturday Feb. 8: 10 am. barbfcue meu il!. ( hnsn.m top Itwis si 1\\: lll.. pastor. of ninimigc sale irish hllI.Qumquagelin10l : tending please like The Asvxnlionil Trlining I'n' for curs twentx v,'us ,tilt) <>r mor I II' his inciieldccoriled| )
ior choir: II am. children unit turn lor ever Iropicil Farmv B.iptist rhurch Feh 9 At 2 the Fay fiylor ( ion (conference will he heIst on
pin DuiinonJ I Iii.I .
Sundiy : .1 I 1141 I Picktrd OMI .
firmation clissSundiy till, ic winj* leader for I he Monday, 710: pm at Ihe First i iii tsi'eu n liii f ihe nrtiliciul
; will meet at the home of Mrs I Ireit
ill( Hob ( oninuinion 9
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F-eh 9: Sunday church is open every d.n I evangelism: ..rvicc Feb I 1ft-1 .1.1\1. family '(onmiinion: I IIi I Iu IT.ill m Jensen lleich 1 he Dub Biplist Church in \\mler Ik.ich. flowers growmi I in the rear win.low | IKIiw the official

I-cnt 7:10( am. Holy : worship und pru 'er. and the wa more recent!) with the Moods ,i m. morning pnur Ixrly Circle will meet t lit ihi 1 1 he dc.icons will meet i'usesd.uy" lug is one .1 i Iricnd sent him trout Hong Ksiutg li M\H. in Chinese

915am: I ., Family Eucharist display garden in full bloom I Ii Adam Evangelistic Association. I Shrove Tuesdi\. Feh I II I : 7 home ol! Mrs Robert (>Hira in 7:111)) pm al the church Nuniber One. Aultui\ 'upu' lion Noise." ihi m'.iresl (Ihe ( hiiiesc e.in get
Sunday school: Hum., i to I the public 8 The I las Amigis Circle
and sermon and is currently serving the Pirk am. Holy Communion. Inten pni W .Mil. QUVKIrRIY .lo No., I I Hope i If'e; ) SoundMil :'
prayer covered dish will
view Church as minister of music lion: "( ui tance in Our I enlen supper meeting
SIll I I' 'ivtirn. .. ..
Ash Wednesday Feb. 12 INDlsN" I
: RIVER and education I Rule" I pm. All Stints" (mild be held at the home ot Mrs -- -'- --- -----rn
a.m.. Holy Eucharist und :\ fARI'Ii: I
U.OWSIIIJ During t the meeting serviceswill meeting Flostesses Mrs J. Rucli Charles Swoope on Tuesday eve The AssssciiulisinalVoiuuan's" .. Mis / 'r\MOK ON ,
tion of Ashes 9 .n). .10).
a Holy at 6 )
fling : hi"n.IlY Union
at Fort Pierce Beach he held and Mrs M Smith. quarterly meeting I ,9
chanst 1pm.. children daily ut 10 am and I us HONOR! lUll I. \l l r ,
mation; cla7:30 (enter. 742 Seaway 7: m. I cwis Si a incil' pastor of Ash Wcdnesdiv Feb. 12: 6 will he held riuirsday. Feb 14, 110H') Al'lY\ \ {
; : p.m.. ; OCh; ; JFIIOVUISmFVSIS 10) a,m. it (Ihe >first (
I Fort Pierce Beach the' h Baptist :
and 0 r. will be the song leader am. 10 am, h p m., Holv Com I _
penitential office. i J, Arms, minister i Fellow I and will plan IheI'eeiui music nuinion Inlcntion For Peni- kiniplimi Hall, Brllt K ndThiirsd in Vero lleieh I Ihe theme hllreh. lella Taylor ol Stair! I.IIII/h-|

of Ashes at all services.REDEEMER : Sunday school every Sunday I to he presented at each service.A tcncc" .ly. 7:10: ( p.m.. Theocratic With All I Ihiile Heart" ter of Mr und Mis I '1' I r, 'fix lor .

at 10 o'clock. mirserx will he for Josephine' Jones executive secretary 405 Fast Ocean .1-.1W
:: LIII llFR.tN Fellowship provided Ministry School; 8: 10 p.m., service Boulevard his ; 7htM
of( W M U. m Hondi will
Sunday evenings at 7:30.: ( smaller children etch evening. An O"" nOL\: !
Radio devotions arc II. 8pm., business meet. early morning revival prayer time : SM. General Priesthood Principle" he a guest. it Ihe meeting Miss. honor roll at I Ihwcv. AcidcinxOr I { ) .diOMiIC 014
hy Pastor Schroeder over '\ ) at the home of Oliver H. Gish will he held at the ihurch at 6 Irene ( numbers. field represeniilive I C. A. Vaughn Jr. iculcmy. HAID QT)1E
excry morning at 7:45 this /) I South Indian River Drive. on Fridiv Feh 7. Sunday school l at 945: am un Sunday, 6pm public discourseby of the 'Hime' Mission Boirdol .. ', headmaster. Hnmnnced this week ,

Worship services are held I 16 Dr. Arms sermon, fol. der the direction of Rev. Charles J Truccy Theme Swords Into the S II (' will be the speaker Cindei are iwarle'd on .1 i mnticric -

Sundiy morning at '1010) ( I by discussion. Does Re 1111SF I PRI-SBMIRKN!' Bennett assocnlc pislor Plowshares Our lime? I Conferences will be held I liar 11111 .il rather than teller basis .it the
7 I 15 Bible study with aid of I
Sunday school and Bible cl.iss Foster 'Brotherhood'7" Pine Luke Drive Rev Durward Knight! pastor Watchlowcr: em 1 heme- I otdccri. Bring a suulwieh for iciulcmy, lr Vaughn vail. and
love 1 und
------- 9am. will speak ut the I II I ant.i: worship I : lunch Nursery will he provided II.) all im the honor roll) distinction
Sunday Bold ,
morning vorvhip icsi I cad te I ifcM
I 'rvice. The LordStirrer will I a Mudelit must) maiiil
service; I 10) 11.01.. Sunday also be observed ",nday. 7:30( p.m,. Bible study I S 1'. Jt'sI I'll (' VI I HOIK' un in overall -
DANCE WITH A SMILE church school Williim L. Owens I average! ol X5 or above! I Ihe
Theme Jehu.
txcculioncr of
I superintendent Classes for ull Pastors office hours arc held Ah"h'l: House" Sund,,iv Masses: 7. 1. und I I 11 I A,mVeeVdny school is I"e.iled ut Howex in

1)\'n:" I ages: I II I am. Sund luy morning each Wednesday afternoon from I \ Masses: Monday the Hills.
10 1IIF DINVFRSHFDOINCS I worship service Fellowship and 2 to 5, or by appointment Assemble ut Kingdom Hill for through Fruliy, 810: a III,: Siturd ----- -

I 'coffee hour in patio to follow I 11a I Prayer service and Bible study participation in field ministry: Sit .,iy, 7:1f1: ails.Thuur.d.uy No ph)sic.nl I mirkir can long
;: urd. and Sund.. 9 I H! .. and I
I iy ly : a in remain the Nonh .
n) service. I are held weekly each Wednesdiy conteisioni will be al Pole because
Carl I Greco SOCIVI. I'UNCTIONSUCORDION i Sund iy lit h p.m. senior high evening al 745: We urge ull our Tuesday 9 u.m. hears! 4. 10) lo k'O: ) p in.. and 7:10: the fice of the culths northern

I choir practices, Mrs Sirah Ought members to attend this important \lit R:.1(1! pm in prcparition for axis i I frequently' changes ,is the
Style FROST I erson is director Sunday ut 7 p.m. I service of the churchSUIRNO P\1M ( MY 8 \P II'I' I f'jr-r t I ndiiy Arctic Oeellllrllek I ici dulls

10 X 12-PIECE: : I Senior High Youth Fellowship 1 1 he Sun,hy school und Training Masses on F'nil.iy Ibis week: across it.

_ ORCIIESIRAROIJ'IE meets : SOUIIIFRN Union of the chipil will presenta I R:3U: ) and' I Ham I ..mil IS p.m. I II -
Choir: practice Wednesday eve :\ 'J' I IIETJlOIn" Bible, to the boy or girl who School: of Religion for elemenI '
I, BOX 56 IIOBF ()Ul\1) I'llONF 546.5187 : I
fling at 7:30.: Mrs H. F. Pints, director I makes the most points by attendance school FBI I )
1 The /pislor Rev. Durward H I a r y students S.,iiurd.iy.
Knight Jr. will he the speaker al I I I and Bible, study and bringing 9 10 10 I II'I 10 .1.111 i for high sch nilslmknh New Fnitliinil ( ollrilur n'ANTIQUES FashiondteRKAt
I I Pairs and Spares will meetS the 9:10) worship _service this Sun I I visitors during f'c 'rll.IlY. M,mdiv, pmWediesdiy .
iturd eye/ling, Feb 8 at 7:30: IIlId
iy.)( .
I il the ihurch. I diy morning" Sunday schooj, ut The I ldii Class will meet on I is Ash .....r' .f ,1 ,,, 11.,1." \
'bite I I'm. Pu'ograrndc.: I 10:45. under the direction. of Win I Thursday I Teh 6 lit 7:10) p.m. in Wediienliy' ,the hejiniung| of 'the j 01.1 eIII Palssllnge' ansi Bmn1. SALON
on und Bible Reading
Pnyer I
TAGTOTFICECOURT I I Ihe chlll'dilh Mn. funnie Oi I.cnfcn! tcison ,
I in the Schools" Refreshments Stints \\oodsonIpworth 0 Old (hlnu Mini (all,. tl'uire
I to he served. I-eigucs will meet at teen and Mrs Belle Myers a 5 Anlliiii" | iirnllure 60S (01 OR \IX AVFNUltSltVRI.
.. RIO ('flIt' ( (.in
: Circles 2A and 211 will meet at I the church this Sund.iy ut 6:3(1.: hostesses The February theme of MIFFS. D. uIhe I line Brli.,\.IInic I'. H.ORIDV
the WSIU I will he
the church on Feb I II I ut I /p,mHostesses here i is a league for each age rrogr.lI1over 'Silver, I.li.
are Mrs Charles Ray. group. including adults Churuclerislics sit'a Christian regular/ businex meeting of Also Old ('obi* (uippir, Open Mon' thru Sat.
The Sund he heard
iy pr"glUm can Rio Civic (tub/ has
i been
mond Miss Betty Raymond und services will, begin ul postponed I
Fvcning K 45 9.4< and Ihe Weilnesduy sitter, until) 7:30 5:30
i at : u m
'lo FtI/ I II because of the a.m. : p.m.
Mrs George kamcrcr ( ircle 3 7:10 each Sund The will .. .
: iy /pastor I" lr 5.0.' Mill II* t' 'HMR.
at ft:15-6:!50 p.m rUI1l'// .,.. .,, .,
program m hnke unj plant talc "
will meet at the home of Mrs bring the message for this Sundiyni.ht igc on .r I' MARIE: 1VFIS Owner
William Oughterson on Feb. II Sermon subjects for Sundiy I IFeb. unlay kh 8 from dam, lo A : .\ I IMKHH
OPENSATURDAY ut 8 (/ 9 are: "AIK'. of Siicccistul P m Refreshments; will be nerved >IIT 1'1.:111.: nun::1.i ANN IllKIBUr, Operator
p.m.There A training: course Kill'I' I'll Ml H", I-'I. s.en .
will be a study group on will he held' this Wednesday night !Service ut the I 11 I a.m. hour und I ill diy 'I I ho next card parly will I"."... ".. I Phone 287-4999

Fch 9 at 7 n m. ut Ihe church. beginning at 7: 15. This. course is "No Other Name_ at 7;45 p.ni. I II I be on F eh. I II I. I IItI 1-1111:11':
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"The Ford ( hrl'tlUlFaith und held in conjunction with the prayer -- -I

FEB. F Ufe" is> the topic "service... The first, training film .,
8 will he shown this week. II

: FIRST MFTIIODlsrSluurt "

Sunday morning service ut 11.
Lesson Wednesday. Fch 5: Ihe Fellowship ,
'sermon subject: Fcb 9, .
I "Spirit." Group will meet in thc .

FEB. 15 Sunday school I Ham I Nursery .church at 4 p.m. .
provided. Thursday Feb 6: Perils Circle

Wednesday Testimonial will meet at the home of Mrs
8pm. FFirold Burkey' ut 9:10 ant. The j

9:00 To 1:00 Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave. Wesleyun: Guild will meet at H p.m. ,

: : mic: Monday through Friday I 10 Sundty, Feb' 9 1: the morning:

am, 2 pm; Saturdays 10 a.I11., worship i service wilt begin at 8:45 LIthe .
1230: ( p.m.Chrislian. followed by church school ut 10 .

ALVIN N. ANDREWS Science radio program There will be a second worship I
"The Bible Speaks to You" may service at I II I am The Junior and

be heard over WSTU Sluirt. Senior MYF groups will meet at :
TAX COLLECTOR 1450 kc, at 7:15: pm Mondays 6:10 p.m.Monday..
Topic for Fcb 10. How Do Fcb 10: the men's :

You Maintain. Health prayer group! will meet at 7 a.m. i
--- -- -- ---- Ruth Circle will the homo
------ -- met at
of Mrs Ross Wilham at 8 p.m. .

I Tucsdiv Fib I 11 I: There will dealer GENE DAVIDSONA
be a WSCS executive meeting at : 4

The Riptide Players of Martin Comity, Inc. I, 10 am The Matron Class will business built on reputation-a reputation built on dependability Dependable deals dependable?
meet at I 12:10
i p.m. prices dependable cars.In short,a man you can depend upon when you're in the market for a car.



Revival services will be held :

at Ihe Trimly Methodist Churchin .
The Solid Gold CadillacAt Jensen Beach Feb. 16-23. Services

will begin at 7:30: each evening 10

I Guest minister will .b. Rev. --

Methodist Holmes pastor Church of in Vero the Ashury Beach. \7 f ;Ll A. .-P"M :

8:00: P.M. I' Rev. Holmes, formerly of St I -..... : .,r' ;
... .;I!'; :
Petersburg i. married and has ,
< A'ifIt .
five daughters He was a B 24 :
I pilot during World War II. Afterleaving .
FEBRUARY 5, 6, 7 AND 8THAT the service he was with ..

I the Civil Aeronautic Training .

Corps. in Birmingham Ala He ..
I trained for the ministry at Emory

: University; in Atlanta, Ga., and the DART 270 Two-door Sedan
went to Asbtiry" Seminary Asbury i

I Ky. He was a chaplain for seven Here h the compact In the large, economy size-the family-sized, family.priced! compactAM! stiff .

vean. you get what you expect from a compact-parking ease, deft handling and easy upkeep-all at atow. :

The Play House I --_1.:11\1.: suscsi'rlsa'sas'r: : :' low price.. Come In today and make the deal of your life on the car of your bfe. Join the swing
..lTrH: Hi Til'KM C SltUM (to the Oependables.
I vii"' 1 III hrrrl? 'iv.n. thnt Ik,
I I'iV'Icriilvmrf ",,,".. tho provlndmiiI :
''h idiri !.. of I'iurtdw ,
: 'IW4l ::, : f :
X t. witi' r with tt><- :
ALBANY AND 2ND STREET M, rk nt lh. Circuit Court In ndfor
: Marsh C',unlv: rtorlift., upon :
Our Golden is Golden
Anniversary Opportunity
r olpi) of pro? or publication of your
thin notion. th* fklltloui) n.m., to-

. l ( formerly Methodist Church Building) WitwIL.lCEn.s r nrriNrrioS. jewrLUT or Come in and sea (the DcpcndabkstFLMER

und r whlrk .. will .n.-..r. InbuMn _
..a 'hcvlnv our prlneln'lj>lit..
.f b..m;.. ti| ',. .. Martin that th* ptti.a'
.4 r..tr..I I4 bunu.... *r. lr.r.i::
Our membership drive is still open for our best season ; Mn. r' MW.lkr or "tuirt, Floe)
do ..) 555 thor a r* po .ih.r pron .
l I.C.r...... ,in Ml4, ...111*...

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TIm STUART (TU) !NHVSlobiuury ".-- ',:>- "'7' ": slue of officers for the coming I much of the success of their department
'Ibiaedy. _6. 1964 :, ,r. /' : Radiologist Spoke to Women'sAuxiliary hscal Nearhollowing .
the business meeting. At the close; ot hIs talk. Dr

Help Hans Lukat I of Martin Hospital chairman sterrrte.Mrs; Thomas radiologist presented Thurlow.of Dr.Martin program Duane MemOrial showed Stcmle answered sample X-ray questions picturesMr ; and.

.Ill, \\ 1>I1en\, Auxiliary ol Mar- Awards of a medallion were Hospital. He gave! a most
Reach I : I
I II I and Mrs Keith Barnes and
Jersey JX '' i ii Mi nun' 'ial| hospital melon presented to, Mrs C lara Bendctti. I- I mkreUing talk on X-ray therapy, "
Mnulu I, ,ilk-rncHin.' Feb ::1. m theniiMimiN I Mrs Donna Rowell and MrI I hoth in its "present usages and in their toy Manchester &jueaker"arriveU
Olympic Try-outs ,"," rot>m ol Ihe First Na. Genevieve Trmter C'aps were )I the great possibilities of its futureuse from Swanton Ohio Mon
i, ml, hank with fifty members awarded; Mrs Connie Besides being used! to detect day evening They will spend two
pn I iM.it mil Mr*. Curt Otto pre Mr. Nellie Hackctt, a n Bo1l11nan'l fractures and bodily disfunctions, weeks with Mr. Barnesi.ler., Mrs.
Hans Lukut whose Milting' in '" Harry Swingle-hurst Mrs Marie. it I is used in the treatment of can- Esther Foster on Stafford Drive.
Jensen Beach regattas contrihuteil, .liiiM s I 1. Snyder chairman of Johnson received a pin in recognition cer and in nuclear medicine Dr.
10 much to Ihcir success. has IW.M ,1\\i ,iris. announced that during of :100 hours of service' I Stemle; praised our hospital equip- A staff of approximately 17VXX -
invited! to lake purl in in mils oil I l.lnuan, seventy-seven women do- A nominating committed consisting ment which he said was secondto (() ) is required by the Veterans
the New Jersey roam (his summer j mud I 1,254 hours of service in of Mrs Walter Hupfel Mrs none for an institution, of i its Administration to handle the affairs -
In hie ;'Hying I 1 Dutchman" I the hmpiiil 'There arc 124 active M Heckler and Mrs ( harles I in- si/e He al'oOIIJ that our X-ray of more than 22.000.00U
; I
with a view to being included >in mil twenn.MX associate members. tell was appointed to draw up the I technicians arc to be credited with veterans,
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the Stale (cum 'tot (ht ------ --- nn

MIL kot.: Olympics who' works ,11 the VMiili,

car boatyard, and hits been II
resident of Jensen Beach for the FISCH APPLIANCE FURNITURE Inc.Store
past three yearn. hal won more .
thun twenty first prim, and mini
emus lesser' ones in Germany .
California and nil up and down
the Atlantic scuhoiird from Cana No. 1 Store No. 2
lu to Florida He him staled scv
cral lintel thud the sliffcst compc -- 100 FEDERAL HIGHWAY 2215 BROADWAY
lion I Is right here in I Florida

Several local sportsmen. who US.1 LAKE PARK RIVIERA DEACH
want to help I.ukal rcnch i'h c -.
New Jersey tryouts', have started --
II fund to finance his trip Check
Nhould he made out to 'OlympicTryout CiO IO I I IIP I I:\IRI! t 1"111" members 1'Ihe\ New lurmcrs ol America chapter at Stuart Training
Fund" und mauled to Roland School ,ino I ii' lrielneh, ( 1 for a trip to the State Fair at Tampa are left to right!! Arthur Lee
Mcrrcll. Trust J IX'partmcntIirst (. follow.n I Robert Lee: Newman, Conrad! Patterson and Luther Lewis. MIDWINTERSALE
National H.mk Stuart

Rio lt sideIs FourSTSNewFarmers Win Trip II

Held in Jail on To Florida State Fair Ii .
at Tampa
Charge of ArsonA O --
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Rio resident, Reuburn II. fly IILIXILIIMS, I NFA boys prepared for this i four highest !scores will he gi\ui .
Starkeweuther, seventy-seven in heing > activity by keeping a folder on a free trip to Tampa by gear chapter .! :
held In Martin County Jail Slinirt training MIIMI! "Judging." The i information was advisor If they are sucu'"iul I ,.,. .
under $10,000( ) bond' on an arson Agriculture Instructor' gathered:I during the classroom I in winning awards ui the Stets,

charge. Once aear all the men tout activities. and from various reference hair, they will receive an aw.ml
Surkcwenthcr accused of net the state who have chosen hooky from the First National (Bank ol'
women in
ting fire to an unoccupied trailer
I.iiniing,/ at their career travel They I were required to study Muart.
on Baker I Rood that IKinict was dnntiiged to linn pa with sample's products the materials fora period The boys to be so honored ire OUT THEY GO-OUR LOSS-YOUR GAIN
night considerably by Saturday lawn their farms, and arrange of two weeks, after which i Conrad Patterson with the highest -
Itcaiiliful I and Interesting displays> a test was taken to cover the vital score; Arthur Lee llollow.i\( .
He arrested at the of
was wcne to make up the I Ku'id.i Mate Fair. taints on judging. this was done I Luther l Lewtr.. and Robert I ceNc'wm.m.
the Shc-nlTi fire. Special 1 heat productions' include livestock m order l to select the four top ,Newman is U freshman llrokcn lots of famous name brands; Dressers, beds, night stands, chests, upholstered
Wyutt reported a InvestigatorTom trailer /window of ail kinds:;: vegetables.::: : Iruits: I "boys from this chapter. to compete the other three are senior sofas and chairs.A .
fur awards offered 1 the Mute The will he lor
by leaving
dairy tarn I I group
hud been broken and kcrocnc grains pro II'h.' machinery '
etc lair Association. this gala l attraction oit fnd.u..
hud been poured inside Iso
1 his the boys the Feb 7.
year receiving I
In the agriculture and home economics __
1 Fair AssociationAwards i department/ in our schoolsare >> ,
Contract oram/ulions| known as NFA Checked in INTRODUCING THE FAMOUSVIDDICOMB"\
Many During
and NHA. in which our "boy. and
Tho Martin County I Fair Association jirls receive special training"in, parliamentary Designed by Paul McGobb in the Newest Decorator Fabrics and Colors.
has approved an estimate ", procedures' and competilve Past Week at the Villas
of $I 53.11 from' L and II Con- activities.
((ruction Company, contractors Fach year when' the fair convenes
for the recently completed livestock the boys> and girls of these; Incoming waterway traffic slow The "Velocity/. Middlcbrook) and Beautiful
building for making and orgmnialioiit" fn'l1lilt over the i ed a 1 bit this past week al the Lang Jr and party Dclray Beach: The
finishing eight openings under the slate gather in 'I umpa to participate ford Marina in contrast to the Conestoga," W. H. Bigelow, Mer- ;
cave ot the building for ventila in the \arunis contests! 'They season's peak traffic during! the rut IsJund AMPS\ sct1"i 5
tion. This mm include-. labor mutefiiiU look forward\ to the contacts theinformation week of Jan. :20-27: The consul general of India. S $395 to 99
moulding and shutters and the fun and pleasure However\ the ngforj Villas' K. Roy and party were aboard
1 here art till ovhihit .p eetvuiluhle out will be Iheir to gain and \ guest list was full wish twenty- the "Sea Quest" a vachl ownedby
according to HuVil- cno\| two groups checking in during this I the Gilbane Building. Company i
ey, business manager Among the chapters represented past week. of Providence, 1 R. I I. :
It Is planned to hove the high and cnjoung Ihe services and Ol. the ten yachts docking at Other )yachtsmen and yachts 1l c
school Kind und a choir tar the will he the chapter from the marina, tour were lorkla-- Included "Uke IV" Mr, and Silts ( ;l iiNLlNIi: OIL PAINTINGS: FROM ARTISTS OF EUROPE
opening i tiny ceremonies: on wart Training School I. whose representatives based 'I I hey and their owners were N. T. Gdra7:: Y.. Bay head.' N I:
March 9. will, be there to exhibit the Terry Jane,' f, D, (Jumn and i "Hone)'comb. Mr and Mrs' Naifor :
The asMciution will meet every the knowledge they have gamed. partI'ompano! Beach ; "Dor I E. Comb. Port Washington\ Complete Line of G.E. Kelvinator and RCA Appliances TVs Radios
Monday night at 7JO: until t the In judging "poultry, swine, and !Mar" C I II Tippman and piety i N. Y. I
fair openi. cattle Pompano 1 Beach "Wiletta.. William Siegelhuum
-------- --- I and party, Yonkers, NY "fclPescador and Stereos.
i ," D. W. Davenport, I
Rocky Mount N. C; "N" ,'nlls."

I ( High prices got down? 'olonel and Mrs. Alex Johnson.! I
you Rockville Md. I
The seven Iloridmn
slaving at Langford\ Villas included SHOP WITH FISCH AND SAVE!
Mr and Mrs. Oscar! S. lieiw-
cr and Mr. and Mrs. Otto kraus,
,SI, sv "both of St Petersburg; Mrs Pnnu '
C. iolilntan, Miami Beach
Stanley Rosier. Mt Dora; Neil
1 Daw, Nltflbourne; Mr, and Mrs
W. A. Dickinson, Groveland: Mr
t7r and Mrs. Thomas lJu ldl"'n." Ion
11 I aihlerdalelise. .
groups from' New York
state' and four from I': New Jersey

Up to your ears In Doss your car have Think all extras have were istered!among groups the of guests IwenlyNo'CII

car bills? hollow legs price tags? New York staters included. Mr
and !Mrs. Harold HickmanVil, 4 Piece \\ulnut
Mottt curs cowl too mud to Why throw away moneyto Humbler extras at no ex liam Hart and H., H. Sullivan all
buy,to keep But IlambU feed i KH-gutxler\ tra rout include: Deep-Dip of Rexhcster N. Y : Messrs, I..irabaugh. 2-PC. SOFA-BED SUITE Bedroom Suite
livings elart with Anu-ri- HlIl1\blcl'llllivlJ you world. ruatprooRng, Ceramic-Ar All>cr and Klaus, all otNorthpevt
ra'a lowest price's.* No famed gait mmomy with mored muffler, Double. long Island N, > 8 8 88
Mr and Sin Robert V' Bemte. Reti. $ $ Reg.
strain on your budget! out MiicTifit tog|H.>rformMnce. Safety Brakes many more.
Stony 81\\1.sk' Long Island N, > )
S159.9S Only Only $149.98
/.s'" ,,' '" ray ....' wRY d ," '" ni',nw Iw lsi'5,,.pr_eaJJ. /,. Mr and. N.MrsV. Y,: Mrs 1'. JanvsenBronvville. R \\ ,

Kahn, Ssosset. NY : JJI'J.. \VOillicj

Get a lift.get Rambler American Guests Jr.from Woodbury New Jerx-N N. includvd Y ,. G1\ IiR.1E[ ELECTRIC, MODEL )
Mr. and Mrs F. (I. dlaughlin. W.
(hff\kk Park; Mr and Mrs I ewfac'canna 8 8l
.Ie Ocean (11M r and!
Mrs Bob M,>I1.h.m. Ocean ( its. STEAM&DRY IRON
I Trontexi Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M lenker ; B \\as

+ uiclikK-d Other, oiitofslateilla Mr and! Mrs, licorgc guests Its 2 Irons' in 1 Handy Fabric l Dial $15.98

I Hart Minneapolis" '' Mum M rand liven: Heat Soleplate \\eiglis only 3 lbs.OPEN,4.
Mrs. L' L. Jlmn''ne. lung-
borne, Pa; Mr. and Mrs F A
Sunderland. New Canaan ConnMrs. "
li l. M Schwictering.. Dubuque. -
I Iowa andV', E. Mills # OPEN
WdleoMd!/ .

a Gets 75 Days MONDAY I ;; ;... FRIDAY

TILL 9:30 \.j TILL 9:30
Morion 11'f Little Dixie : ; :
drew a sevcnty-five-dav jail' term I
+ from Judge Harry F Dyer in Municipal I
Court Tuesday on threecharges.
SM ijmwuitt Rimtiln Ammcini .
aewroaa-penq all rw ta'61 Nw Ire*liMlb MI idulti.s> DM rata For shop-lilting the" |fudge imposed APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE
a forty-five-day sentence,
for dixirdc-rly conduct an additional -
thirty days, and for open !
profanity a thirty-day term, to SHOP WITH FISCH AND SA VEt
EREEI'84! CAR X-RAY BOOK No.lln Compact-Car Sales run concurrently with the others( .
Bido. JOHNS Johnson. also. of Little
byeida photoiniphic-) -
i.I l"rloun'Ulhllp"puldr M>V.you ItundnkU ur dulliin.cull RAMBLER I for Dixie avsjiilt, received and a t>battery siMv-dav i and!term on STORE NO. 1 STORE NO.; 2' --

yulrRamlderdewkt. added si\tv days In default of a

No.lln Usefulness to the User I I tine lour of $150 traffic 1 and cases SI57 were cemtinlied. ,"b. ICO FEDERAL HIGHWAY\ 2215 BROADWAY i

CHASON'S GARAGE, 416 s. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, STUART cases. Fines of traffic were violation estreated, one in two of U.S. 1, LAKE PARK RIVIERA BEACH I:

Match the Danny K.I Shim on CBS Mrdnwdny evrolngi Chanovl, 4, 10 p.m. shop-lulling and o n e of public I I
drunkenness. One defendant was
READER'S DIGEST SUfKCIIIRFJK* y''IIIeIdy.IIIIt.m' i l..SJInl.OOO.prl.. found not guilty and fines: wereimposed I 844.3431 8489651"A
I fwt>.." SMpmiaanlMfttumytomitii. .....'iXiMt. for five traffic violations I
and one case of ibop-lifung.

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the Dedication': : : Sunday
!.p"1. February
and Open House of f t the "
3:00: P.M.Indiantown .
Martin County High Road

School f (Route 76))




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f Another Sign of Progress ..

First National Bank of Stuart anticipated the growth of Mar

tin County and planned for it.. That is the reason that your
First National Bank of Stuart is known as your.. .

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=D 1 One Stop Full Service Bank .

Built for the Future to Serve YOU !

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AMPLE FREE PARKING ,Yuur Full/ Service Dank Serving Martin County fur Over, 30 years, WITH TRUST POWERS

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z-P'tHE' %TUARt ((1111.) NFW Hiitwdas" Ffbnmn 6. 19ft' \'1: Cadettes Name BPW Club Holds Bridge To Close

.. ,. "' .-. _. .. .-- -_ HodeoVorkshop

INDIANTOWN NEWS Troop, Patrols Professional The Indiantown Women Business C lob held and its On Rodeo Days ; SOCIAL NEWS

BVRB\RV\\1WH. orrespnndcnt Phone !597-2465/\ The Cadcttc (rirl! Spoilt Troop I eroded *WHtMp Tuesday night to Sl Lode C anal Bridge at Indian MARY LINDSAY Society Editor
of Indiantown named the prepare the program for the CircleT town will be closed boats
| troop to Office: AT 7-1550
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.. -- .'" ,.-:; '-' w.rlaCxgVr. and patrols al Us lust meeting Since Knfeo. to be held Saturday, : and with a slight exception lor the .,...- .,-.-. .. .... .,
Ihe girls! feel it is a minclc, to SunJtty. Feb 22 and :23. Fen 22 and 21 Circle I RoJeo < "" "
have Indiantown now I 1 tie work flop was held) at the ,, .
scouting County Comrtiissioiui J ick Willinmson !
Indiantown Teen Club
home of Mr*. who
they decided to call thcmtelve George said! he hid hint Irons
I "1 I he Miracles They hope to he I served) the Wftnien hot cmfce and ('IarenceE.tavidwn. SRI I) d'tn.1, t a
ihl to live up to their name cake while they workedAMBltUStE engineer at Fort I .aid;r'' ,,1e I who,
: The I under the leadership I a J
patrol 1 had received purl ussum I Irom the sr'
Plans Re-organize I of Marlene: Glcuson, has:! named ; : RUNS l U; S. Corps (If Miiimie-is' Jacksonville
__ itself I the Cherokee, MaryJ I Wednesday, Susan Summers of t to claim the 1 bndie from
J 4 'k"n" patrol will he Called bonker Park Was taken M MnrtinI noon to J:30: () p,m md li."m, 4 10
An effort to re-organt7e I the is dancing ivcr\ Fnd ly night/ hut "1 Ihe Hikers" The name cho en I MemoriB Hospital The driver to 7JCI: phi on l I'oln d l,"ir ,of' Ihl
Teen Cluh in Iniliantown is under a group of teen. igers whose' ohjcctives hy Debra Hancock's/ patrol is "'IheSearchers wan IJovd( Smith and the assistant rodeo I
Five and I ," and "The Apuches' in Jurats Hl' by. The exotptinn. would p-rmii I '
way. Iccn-agers w o would extend beyond en. :;
adults attended the Monday nigh! :: II: the niche i chosen by I I.auyra, I 'J I nursilay Louise Jones of commercial low 'to noire ihrnujth
meeting of the Indianlown Civic tertaining themselves working I II Bnlhch patrolWednesday I Booker Park was liken to Mar I between Ihe hour of I n","n ?, ,, ,"l i sirs
I Club to ask for the club support, I for the benefit of the community evening ul the homeof tin Memorial Hospital' when she .1:3C1: ( p.mAll ,
Charlie Covinglon his I Three of the teen'agcrs. (David Mrs. Curl Snyder the Miracles suffered a heart attack. James I other end. w ,dl li; kmeilpassaac ,
desire to help the expressed form Davis Nora Mitchell ,md David held their first court of honor A Highy! was the driver and li i I II I : Notices II ill h' | t, teenagers court of honor i is a meeting of owthcr I assisted.Saturday and the engineers 1\ ,ill 11,01, ..Ii ,n
not a club whose only purposeLadies..doyrouhave Lcighow spoke to the club about
1 !
patrol leaders the troop scribe Kcgeana FInn was flea in a notice ol t ,'h lit
their need for re-orgrinmng, and and the treasurer Sts.
troop Siiggcs- at Pall Pure Oil
explained that the t teen.agtn did turns and ideas for the activities tern InJI: taken :to Martin Mcmor:
I not wish to Icon on the Civic Club, and programs of the troop are Ira Hospital' The driver was Jerry I Dick HoUser Was 'ti's,
hut would! help the iidult grotlp dlseuweJ and then brought hack ttiamness" and Junes Higby t 3 ,
a knuckle problem, I whenever possible to the rest of the troop for approval was his isshtnnt Kiwanis Speaker

with ? The CivIc ( lull agreed to let !. Sunday, Morclle Ellis of Booker j s ,
: rings the t ivic Club Me- a
Ithe tccn-ugers[ use I Park was liken to Martin <
: IIOTHEnNrSI"I ''on Saturday afternoon Fch I I. I'Ire Auxiliary j mortal Hospital. Driver J Jerry I Hiscbill sin 1 I (Duck\ Housei
t : lor a meeting of all teen'agcrt In Installs/ Officers', Smith wm assisted by lloyd shortstop for the levcland In 1 ,
AND flJ."FiOP' I Indiantown; and to hear the group and Ronnie Maxwell dines. was guest 1 speaker at t In Q e'
I: Now,end our I again at the next Civic ( tub meeting NcwIy-clocteJ officers of the duintown I Kiwanis dub luncheon N
: trouble withFINGERFIT iJ t. Volunteer! Fire Department Aux I rrRIj1.\t. meeting Wednc dlFe, < H ,r
The club asked that al that time lluiry of Indiantown held their Installation the Seminole Inn !
I Sirs l Leroy R Tmslcy i is now
Jan, Max Ihoimn principal ol the
I the teenager present' a list of on Sunday' 2ft til
their bylaws> jinn, and objectives. the Seminole Inn, the alfaif took home with her family after a stay' \Vnrficld School arranged t Ina i
in the Charleston Memorial
In other business the Civic t luh the form of a dinner, the special I Homer to talk to hoes interestedin
I decided to hold a hake sale at guests f ;being the husbands of the in West Virginia. in I little I lengue \Vcdncsdix

t Millers afternoon atlxitlmiries.Installed. Jack celebrated his hirlh- al the school
Market on Friday I Dodge
(t II and Saturday morning, Fch. I were: President Mrs. day Jan. 20 I ash I week speaker tar I the'
7 and H.Counly,. I Lloyd Smith; vice president Mrs I club was Lieutenant Governor An a ,
Ken Boring; secretary Mrs Tommy Mr and Mrs. Jack Dodge recently dy Piltman lie outlined the KIwanis 9 r S'a Ice

: T.Ml Mi mum.. *.* 1'e eww ara. .eiA Commissioner hit the Jack club Williamson had Todd; treasurer Mrs Tommy spent the weekend in St goals for Ihe coming sear
I I nnoci/ .nr, n A MINOS SHANK been re-organi/cd noting and was nowa Rlimkenship: chaplain. Mrs Dan |I 1 Petersburg visiting with Mary
| WITH THIII ADVANTAOtSii Coon The installing officer was Raymond soprano singer who 7T/I Celebrates 1
i FipimU a .'liM...illpi arty, oval .the working club group, suggested that Fire Chief George b White has entertained in Indianlown ._. _M y.s x. .
1. kniKkl.: ...thin s. lock.. go ahead with plans to Chief While complimented the muny times with (the Dodges[ founders Day
.Rini, Ita ram era will rev.. twirt.i try to ohtim federal funds for a auxiliary on its help to the depart PRINCE:" : IUNGI. of Tonga in the Friendly Islands i is greeted hy Frances Langford at the Pnlne"tnlIul
pool' and recreation area as ex- Miss Pat Jones, Miss Jean Smiley I Warficld School held its
rcguI officials his
Stale hu
men.! A gift expressing thanks the Evinrude estate He was accompanied by Department on live 1
i WALKER'SJEWELRY pinned hy I I. M. Johnson und lee and Mist Joan Gossctl have I a r Parent Tencher Association on
for her work the
C'son ul a meeting held in October during past year been visiting with their parentsfor meeting on Mondiy evening Fch Saturday
was presented to out-going prei.denl the pas) few days during !semester ''J. in the school cafeteria Since
Mrs Bill l-owther break ul Palm Bench Junior February ,Ls Founders Month, a'I'
f The club agreed with Williamson Those attending the dinner were: Prince Tonga Honor Guest
and will try to secure Cason Mr and Mrs Tommy Todd, Mr College. special program was given Many of
and Johnson u> speak again at the of the past presidents participated I
216 Osceola 287-0070 and Mrs James Higby Mr and I Watson!; Lawrence i u now recuperating
and the seventh nnd
'March 9 eighth gradergave
meeting Mrs A. R. /Hrceden! Mr. and Mrs : at home after having
----- - - --- Bilil I low(her, Mr and Mrs. George undergone surgery at Good Samaritan a birthday message!

ORIGINAL PAINTINGS AT F Blankcnship While. Mr, Mr.and and Mrs Mrs Tommy Ken Beach Hospital in West Palm 'I' taken the This usual offering silver offering collected was hy I Of Ralph Evinrudes Saturday

MODHRATB PTA in the state of Florida is
and Mrs. Ronald Max -
rl.ntfr Mr and Mrs M L. McAllisterare I sent to the State Congress ,in Orlando ,.
and Mrs Bill Otis and By ZOLA SWARIIIOUTA tic about the Evinrudc's grounds The Tongatapu group was di!I
PICTURE IK\MING ARUMS SUPPLIES two new members, Mr. and Mrs the proud parents of a baby They keep half of the and home and the Polynesian restaurant covered by Dutch Navigator la., .
Ed Dumay. girl horn Jan. 29 The b a b y I money and end the other half to Prince was in our midst t. and
t three the National C ongress in C hicago man in 1641. The capital is Nukialofa u.
weighed !seven pounds won the friendship of all who met
n jtova, AT 7.0755 1RUCK BURNS SUNDAY ounces, and has been named Sharon last year Florida with 1,147 him. Prince'\ Tungi is" a "workingmember on Tongatapu
lynn. PTAs, received $106209. The of royally He is the The Tongans enjoy fret edit I.
On Sunday evening, ten mem- Prince Tupoutto 'a Tungi heir Prime Minister of Tonga and
: money makes possible state and lion free medical: und dental earl,
hen of the Indiantown VolunteerFire Mr and Mrs. James Highy cele national field services, leadership apparent to the Polynesian king Minister of Education and Agriculture The climate i is mild md milir. ,
Department answered a fire brated their twenty.fifth anniversary training setting up channels of information dom of Tonga of the Friendly Is- He holds a B.A. and a is unknown Tonga u produce sI>.n'
call received from Pat's Pure Oil on Monday Jan. 26. which helps PTAs with lands in the Southwest Pacific LL.B. from the University of Sydney silts almost entireh ol Lopr, ,rid
Station where faulty wiring In a and activities the i was the honored guest at a cocktail Australia bananasTAYLORAHLEY.
[ truck started fire. Miss 'harlotte McAllister, an programs organ Feb. I with'I
a und dinner
ration party
( of new units and He was horn July 4. 191 K. is --- --
\ I Owner of the truck was the Paul "A" student at the Orange Me other thingsYoung I I Mr and Mrs. Ralph Evmrude hosting married and has four children
A. long Trucking Company. Tire : mortal Hospital, Orlando, visited HRH and U. S. State De- His wife and children are at Houston
Chief George White estimated the her parents' Mr. and "Mrs Floyd pertinent officials '
Route 707.JOSWH Tex. Prince Tungi will joinU4m
Located On
McAllister for few lust Methodists Biker and! his TOACs
I damage as less than $IfKI. a days Sheriff Roy C ifr
e, HEM Fill* AtlM tft AM M..w : for.tfkirreturn ..!wale uftccj
weak, "More .ntiMi to Orlando escorted Pl'in VTOOfTthl'olighMartin !
ng mold i Social livening! visit Juan
Miss Patti Dearm wn a patient to continue her studies.. : Counly to the Evinrude'OI s a three-d.iv to San ,

J :!:r here The Artists Meet" HI past( the week Okeechohee She is now hospital home;. und thin I Hubert Clements is home from there lust were Friday al'pro\II1'alelv evening Jan forty II I personal cocktails Polynesian were served! Hut:' where Puerto The Tongan Rico. are Christians 1 !

nicely the hospital in Okeechobee. Members of the
,....,. ___... -recovering...- young people ul the Methodist! The entire party all wearing lets, Methodists Royal family are .
.. 'j'f. C Church for an evening of recre.it I 'then went to Frances Langtord'sOutrigger !
,, "< ;: ," '-. ." .,",.lC'lj\"f.\ .> \ "\ion. Restaurant for a sumptuous Prince Tungi i is visiting the I

\ ,, ,... } : The young people enjoyed pi.ivmg dinner United States under the auspicesof
."" ping'pong and other ganus Mrs Evinrude (Miss Frances I the U, S. State Department \ f
"aM'.r. 'OI- : :and popcorn were served: Langford) presented Prince Tungi Education and Cultural E""x-
.. : ; ,">' as refreshments It i is hoped Ihil with gifts, I Included were her own change Program to observe the \ t
this program of the church may autographed: records, "Frances I American scene ideals und policies
: '
(\.; '1"' .. ";' ,/", : ...1'... ...." become a monthly function angtord I Sings! Old Songs for Old tI
1 i He visited California flew
.l" '0-r': < Friends. a large!! copper and enam in
SOUND ) I : ASKS I l.I\t: : FIKMir.: Studio in Stuart and a crystal and Suturday drove from Miamito i
.; f ACROSS CAMI.:" head and earring set from the Out 'see the lower cast coast, and

y't"i, I' A mysterious noise In your car' :t.;t, Application his been made to rigger! Gift Shop wife which was for to .dine at the Outrigger Restaurant ..

\ ; ADVICE engine got you bothered ? Drive! / !InMd ,J the Department Telephone of Ihe System Army lora hyIndumtown Prince Prince Tungi Tungi was accompanied He was given an official welcome .e-.. Dupiew wHartford's

tot our Se/vl lt 8 Manager gfve.t! .. to construct aerial by John Dorrance a foreign service in Miami Sundiy prior to
v permit a n
of the Slate Depart his t lake off for San Juan.
f n.r' (a I I.t|rid"" can! ( J'oIlclut\ Qrl.twlnt ]t.j; communication wire across SiI officer Dorrance atone Arrangements for his visit in
4 f M ment in Washington/
'ct'ltter( |n(3irglt( pr"obUm fry ;*ouii a. ry >: I tide Cnnil I Indiantown near time was assigned to Ihe Jensen Beach were made by Mn.Nicole.t .
alone yourroub'l ;'n the boundary line between sections American Consulate in Suva FIJI and Zola Swarthout pub-
Hell pin .down \ .
t. 4 and 5 township 40 S., range lie rclitions
r j. g Ir'ta. ''uti1.* y6ur_car ariQ "" *,-urrn; 1fI 38 E. The minimum vertical clearance hl"ndand with was Prince: personally Tungi acquainted Landlords Outrigger counselor Restaurant for Frances Family Auto Insur

.. lie. a' ilftn.. Or a tiger, 'a :,7 under the line ucross the wa Also Mr and Mrs. Tell William Current ruler of Tonga is Queen ance will provide you with broad
terway would he

Nicolet were in his official party. Tunou III who succeeded protection at
: t. "\ 4. : elevation ot I 15. II feet above Mrs !Nicolet: is program officerof to the throne in 1918 She has if you have a good driving
: level The
.. .. "" ; of mean the sea highest point the Department of Slate Reception spent her reign keeping the 1.land's Is record. And with the Hart-
t" > poles would be about fifty
'' !: Center in Miami. budget in balance She did ford policy there
:, name on your
::, feet above the surrounding ground
so well she could
seemed to afford to introduce the
Prince enjoy
't' >'I' \ \ line and the (poles on each \ideII' Tungi need be no doubt about
...""i..1 Ihe easy informality of the reception gold currency into daily: circulation '
I : the watery iv would he about quality of your insurance.
"' 11 Hea most enthiisias- something no other country
r / :2M feet apartME1'IIODISIS has done since 1934. Call our office now to see if

r'i; < : PIN' Now Tongan can flay hills with I you qualify for savings on the
: Sunrise Inn at 12 noon. Guest t big gold coins bearing the portrait finest auto insurance you can
\ SUPPERSaturday speakers. will he Mrs Mane Huen- of the Queen. She ordered buyl!
He\Sl.i/ Feh S. at the civic circular
and Richard Cahill. guidance 110'1lgeIamp': : mcorpor
,; enter. from 5 i I"> S p,m,. the Methodist counselors ut Martin County Senior ating portraits of the gold coin
Church o1 l Indiantown i is and Junior High Schools Their Tonga of the Friendly Islands
holding a spaghetti supper The I topic will he Ihe guidance programof I his been an independent Polynesion -
", menu will incln.ii, Spaghetti[ with the Martin County Board! of I kingdom ,since 1945 The j islands .
i meat sauce. ,01.1.. garlic bread, Public Instruction [ are under the protectorate
coffee or lei, .md cukeMFMAl of Great: Britain
t. I Cl If:STRYS GIVEN: The kingdom! consists of 'some

; Is :" III VI.III GROUP On Tuesday Fch 4. free chest I I MO( islands with a total area of i r .
.A T't() :m t.T FIR 13 I I X-rays were made available to 270 square miles Its western

L ] The Mental 1 llcilm Associationwill all the people eighteen years. of age boundary: is the eastern boundaryof

;1 7t a 1 1W 1J meet Thursd Fcb 11 at the and-older--in Indiantown--- the Fiji Islands. --
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"(.'. NOTICENotice 1

R) '

J.a" %: v e : ,- that A. C. Courson Tax Assessor of Martin

.. '. q.. .i + .: is hereby given ,

'' :: .. \, A his will be at the following the dates
ra t e ''' 'tt d.... t County, or deputy, on specified -

.h. '.9, ., t< ; ': ',-. t; .',:', \ lsp for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the year 1964.

". :Q'.', :' .. 'J';;:'... Jensen Reach Pet. 1 & 14 Mon. Feb 17, 9:00 to 11:00: A.M. . Post Office

: \Your Satisfaction Is Our Business Always! Stuart, Pct. 2.3.4 & 11. Mon. Feb 17, 2:00: to 5:00: P.M. . .Court House

Port Scroll. Pet. 5 . . Tues. Feb. 18, 9:00: to 11:00: A.M. . . .Golf Club

Palm City, Pet. 6. . Tues. Feb. 18, 2:00: to 4:00: P.M. . . .Post Office

r I Jt S O Port Salerno, Pet. 7.\Ved.. Feb. 19, 9:00: to 11:00: A.M. . . ; Post Office

; I lobe Sound Pet. 8. . Wed. Feb. 19, 2:00: to 4:00: P.M.. . Post Office

r'' 1 CHEVROLET Indiantown[ Pct 9 & 13. .Thur. Feb. 20,9:00: to 11:00: AM. . Post Office

: Port Mayaca, Pet. 10 . Thur. Feb. 20, 2:00: to 4:00: P.M.. company; : Office

Tropical Farms, Pet. 12. Fri. Feb. 21, 9:00: to 11:00: A.M..Jack James Shop



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WHAT IS KINDRED'S. ? t'.Hlf.l.H.f.liiJ.KI 6lsces / -

Kindred's is where you get the very best quality of meats (with all excess fat trimmedoff I KIN, b'1 nun AND THIS PPRINA.r tot'PONAI :<\>!r
\ $10 ORDPR
) at a low price. Our buyers select only the finest in jjjjj, U.S.Choice Western Lazy- Coupon Cad; Fth A. 7. N, 19h1U6un

Aged Beef, Lean Western Pork, Choice Lamb and Plump Poultry. ( On.ta Adult Cuntonwr


IUSBA? US. CHOICE \l klmlred'vllli the Piinhase Of
(CHOICE SO-Ihs Swift 666 1 Fertilizer
(niipon Gad Fri 6 7 19(14(
U Ith ('oiiponAl
Kindredilh The Piinhai: Of46oz.
i nea Johnson GIo-Goat
Coupon Good Prb. 6, 7. 8, W4
PORK LOINRIB \\llh Coupon
Vt KI..I'I'II' \\IIh the I Fiircliu' Of
50 Spring Clothespins
I ,
7 I Coupon Good; r 1'11. B. '7, 8. 1964-
I Sirloin

T-Bone Coupon
HALF lb. At KlnrimC' Midi The Pun haw Of
20-1 lh Bag Charcoal
Porterhouse Coupon Good Feb 6, 7, 8. 1964


NBC Slack Pack Ritz r J" r

HOUSE IX I Mnnft lontulo

P 1 jrov pojr o/i/jr KETCHUP2M07.
I $1.59 mm PILLSBURY

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'!. iPJCKOFm! :nLii'} '1C 6 P 24-02.BTl. 3 9 linnK OR noiii wmi A too ORDER OR!MORE
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303 { Frozen Specials



CORNED 1603 /
BEEF HASH CANS Bakery Specials
1, 4 Fresh f Cocoanut, Banana or


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r j APPLES each 5 REG.PKG. 33Pmoiul 2. 1C.BARS 31C

---- -- Chicken of the IN! CrffB UbrtChunk
Sfa. !HjeTUNA\
PEPPERS for 4 BARS 27c ]/CAN 29c

Roman wuPOTATO" ,
::1 ;mn I I I

ij FANCY WESTERN GAllON 413 C 4-01.PKG.1 9c

Monday thru Thursday 8 ajri. to 6:30 p.m.
d PKC.OF43 !JVC' GIANT PKG. 59 Friday 8 a.m..to 9 p.m. -Saturday 8 ajn. to 7 p.m.

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114-8 TIIF STUART (Pa.I NFWS Thiin>du)'. rtbruar 6. 19nat l : .

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CHOICE WESTERN BEEF Cut And tapped For The Freeze _



HIND 59cCHUCK ____

Bone In lb. 45c
: III! "SU1 Llt.RII 11'" IlEA WESTERN: WHOLE ((25 to 30-lb.( Avg J I III

:. RIB Center Cut Ib. ()9C III BEE F RIB I 10-in. cut Ib. 59c I If World Around LECTURER Us 1)\VKIII Scrics'Holland NICHOLS

f SIRLOIN TIP lb. 87
"SUPER.RIGIIT" 6; Ib. Close
HEAVY: WESTERN WHOLE ((45 to Avg.l Up'Title

;; POR RIGIII"CHOPS LEAN CINILR lb.CUT 69IIIRMtNS < I BEE F L 0 I IN lb. 69c of- LectureThe

-; ; ORANGE B.1NlFFRANKS !second in the cries of the spirit of the people and to give!
"World Around Us hclun-flhn real interpretation in depth fat the
programs will be presented country as a whole
: lb. pkg. 49C \Vomans Club in Stuart Thursday. Bawd: on past performance it
Beef Front n-Sfc Beef Chuck lb. 45 Feb 13 at 8 pm. can be expected that all the fascinating
GIOHCK: ; Sim; "Holland Close Up" i is the subjtct facets of bustling. prosperous .
I of the program and it will be Holland I will be found lit this

RED HOTS "SUPER-RIGIII"' III:'\\\' \\ISIIRN, ((275-325-L ) "SIHRRICIIPUSIIRN: : \MIOII E: (HS-100-i ) given by Dwight Nichols. who vivid Dutch Treat' film shown ill
his presented! programs here be. and wonderful color by this
MtnillHPRIF; SMOKII: .or3lbs.. A\9'Ci.C :L65c I I fore I' interesting world traveler tickets.
: SAUSAGE $1 rSide' of Beef ">. 4' Beef Round "> I Mo has attempted to capture will he on sale] at the door.

Rw + .nrr.. .. t III I- -T -:7---WftW'.M;: ''iII.wa: 1I
r s w rmr
: v :'Wkt hr6F '=-. .. =, ._.
. .. : i4 wt, .M +yti+''rriNijw r"'yy} &' -- -- --- ----- I PALM CITY NEWSMRS.

j **! 1 AT A&P TJ t Jane 1 ParkerOur Most i Popular' Cake r '' ii r i i iii I ANnA \\llllt:, Correspondent 287-5582
? "....._ ..& ,:n 1:1:

TV$:;;r# The Famous Hermans ff] SPANISH BAR -Z91 c Ir-!ii 50 \'" STAMPS PLAID !*!.!! Family Get-together Marks

i::::{::{ HOT DOG WAGON } ::: I !. Wllk Ihli Coupon .i4 purtb.M olj" : ,
::j.:;:.;:.: !:.;::::; I J p: 35th Wedding Anniversary
x:::::: :.:.:.:.:.:.:11: Jane Parker 14reslllJ'lkcd Blackberry Criam lopplnu
\ ;: s: : I | 1OP Ho/. 49 C I Mr. and Mrs. Phil R. (.rose : lik Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown and

1 flFl:; Hot Dogs 8c Cokes 5c [ \. LEMON PIESSpecial ea.FRIDAY 39cranrs"IIIP lII"I".na'"lIh..I..M pk 'II.....,.J'!i I I celebrated anniversary their thirty-fifth Sunday. Feb wedding 2.. I I I Gay GroseBVPIIVT. : I

i: ::: l.ntrlC1n U :I._.. ; I with an old fashioned family get. CII\PtL NtWS
:::::::::: and 1 SATURDAY n\ \ =::::::;:: :::::: =::;:::i- together et the home of their son The. Lydia class.meets ThursJiy
I itim1 Mrl lo Otter/ Our Own Brane4 ct. & :.a and daughter.in-law. Mr. and Mrs Feb.Wednesday 6 at the midweek chapel,service 7:30 p.ni at.

J t?# and Get 'Km tf; :\\ 49 c I PLAID Jack Grose. Eleventh Street Palm 7:15: p.m. will be followed by the
I C:1xx': TEA BAGS pkg 25 monthly business meeting and
{' wr.y+ un \',':* 8lAMPS City.Mr.. and Mrs. Grose; were mar. adult choir praUiccBIRIIIIUY .
Jj I With this Coupon .nd punhu* ol ried Feb 2. 1929. at Helen, W. '
\ "yvti w : + I Bitty Crocker While, Yellow or Va.. and made their home at Sophia DINNER I

"rll 1 .. /, Spe&wl: tMinplH.lli! i t UFIILS FaD 19 od,, 43C W. Va., until moving \to Slu Mr. and at Mrs their Floyd home Moore with entertained *
I 99C peg art .m January, 1956. Mr. Groseis dinner on Jan 28 honoring
LUSCIOUS RED RIPE Vegetable Soup7f' party
; .
', ,. IQ :"' : H U
; 't retired coalmmcr have their '
I .\ '. ,., : a They son Kenneth on his sen en-
,.1 L. .III Iry.r( ;" "" .........._._____.__ four sons four daughters and teenth birthday. Those cnjoingthe
., ; '1.0: I" 's traw b.| : ______..__._.__ .___._. eleven grandchildren/ all living event with Kenneth were Judy
,; < : ,,'id\: ': ..\ :: i\ i : : either in Stuart or Palm City. Ann Moore Barry Hunter Lynn
:JIf.1: \\i\\\\\ !/,.. ': DOG FOOD 86.01. $100 Present were Mr. and Mrs! Bill Williams. Bruce. LHeureux and
\; t \\ PLAID'j: Grose, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grove. i Tommy Wolfe.Philip
": '. : + ; : ; Ann Pcaih, I 25 i sons, Jim and Jackie. Mrs Loretta '
'...." ,- Page Pineapple or Apricot: j Johnson Mr and Mrs. Slater Shamblm born Jan 28.
.' 15 $1 0 Ib Grove, 10:30: p.m., at Martin Memorial
/\\3 p 0 Debbie Shcnl} George and
PRESERVES 3 79s( .
/ . .. With IKU Coupra anil purtluw I Douglas Mr and Mrs. Eddie Paw. Hospital weighed in at five pounds,
f Gold Medal Plain or .II I thirteen ounces Mr. and Mn
: Spululnn! Page Prepared I. SLI.h'-RISING: lb. 61C 1 I Tom Shamlin are the proud par.
SPAGHETTI.. 3 49c ,.. Ie nnna ndEi rIha nl a.
rW11i Ii Mr. and Mrs. Myrlen Me-ad and ) 01'

A. L J....!!tsl3...._..:.1I..e.H.Rs....._'...___-..._____.d Mr. and Mrs Fred! Mend visited OUIII IMY
i !I > friends overnight m Titusvillc last
In observance of Youth Day at
BLENDED SYRUP pnl I 49c s. Wednesday t h e Bible Union Congregational
: FRESH CRISP FLORIDA bottle & u-u----------.W Mr. and Mrs Travis Stone visited Church the young people: hared
1& her father and relatives over the service with the pastor Rev
SI'l'l'laADlII'uIe\! : 25 tAl.STAMPS the weekend in Jacksonville! luwrie J. Sharpc 0 n Sunday

C E L E R Y 2 stalks 15c TOMATO SOUP 3 10alltl I.. 29c I With Ihli Coupon..01 purckuo ol U! M Mrs Heft!. Man and Sicgcl Mrs, Mr. und Mrs. F-ch Martha 2. Lane had the "Call li>
M. Const
iblc "
t ,
Peter Pun Smooth or Krunehy IB] Worship; responsive reading t
I Riviera
visited the John
_I Mary I Lane; Scripture lesson! Donna
SHilul| Armour Star Corned PEANUT %11.,1. Moschclls Tuesday! ,
79c Allen and

PARKING LOT NURSERY SALE BEEF HASH .l5ran39c l I I BUTTLH' '''".ihraPeh/.2' fur -. I Mr. and Mrs, Albert Chippen Kenneth at the Moore door morning Greeting Rebecca praer members 1 mv
dale of Woods Cove are both in was
IIOMiSTEAl L I lfJIrH.a.UIHUltJIt. I Mecca merman Lighting the candles ofworship
: Nursing Home Vera
6-6-6 BLEND:: FERTILIZER PRICE $1.15 ..................... ..................... .\\S99c !I11t'rlal. Armollr Mar ._....----r-------I:: : Beach The. was Judy Ann Moore
1.lb 8.01. ushers were Lynn Williams,
I.VFRGR11NMIRLB: : RHitilAlt: J 10, BEEF STEW ... .... . ran: 49 c frcftcafe 1).ll11t) F. Raymond !Shaw, son of Mr. Tommy Wolfe and Jerry Maw-
lie Off( 6-01. Jar Ue .
PRICE: U.5'1 ... .. .....,.. 4 *,.l. $299 SI .lal.rlllllur! Slur "Northern," BalhriMim .IlNoue each lOc on a l"enty.dIY M. leave Shaw He is home is i in ninny
| Northern Paper 111"elH 1 roll pk(. 4lc the Navy and is based. at Newport 1MLGL\S) ; A. KRAIT

i\S.\ GARDENIAS M'U1\L BUY .. .......... ........... E1t'll; $389 TREET ... ........."..... 12'ae.49c (rfclffin'i..k.\! lrii Rmiuifurt.In|{ 8o boxj7c R.Leland I I. His rank New house is boiler returned tender fN Saturday !RKSSK.t lIn: PI'\RU: BASE I) 10 I::

SsRLL HOUSE after observation i n St Airmm Douglas A Kraft ton
PLANTS "I"- 2 29 C Mary Hospital, West! Palm Beach of Mr and Mrs
... ... 1'O RASSORILD (liukm of (the !Va light: George F Kraft
Your dreams come true with I of Hope Sound, is being assign
POITII niml! I 1111I11 6'j-o/' runFFii"uRE 3Sc Mr. and Mrs Frank G i.i Grau ed from Lackland: re
GROWING: ROSE BUSHES $149 PLAID STAMPS spent the past week visiting i m \to Sheppard AFB.Air Tex.force. for ,tech Base
1:111; (hkktn: of the Va diilelkI ; Miramar with Mr and Mrs W
HIM J".i-" .1I.. can J5cNukisio aE: 4AEAr AflANTIC t PACeK 1FA COMFANT, HC I Bealtie
And Many d.1orcJoltse and Landscape Plants Durillg This I'miiiuui ) I Mrs. Vermelle Baker und Mrs.J 'i
Limited/ Time A Lcona Smith visited the Chippen xv"
Sale ,
Sallincs BE pig!: 29cllitilinul 0 dales In Vcro Bench Fridiy

!Slruiiied I Mr. and Mr Ted Parsons and _
Uven lunaCAT HiiiK Vrabicd lleiiu lunialoKETCHUP I family ited relatives in Jacksonvilla
BABY FOOD FOOD BABY FOOD I'RICtS IN THIS! \l) ARt: GOO! 1IIRU SVT. hLB. 8. several das last week a

971 S. Federal Il y. Stuart Ph. 287-06S4 'I Thomas L. Owens. Brooklyn L LMr.
O j JII" 89C 46-01., 59c 8 14ru. 25C OPUS 1 DVILY8.30 .\.!M. tlOSE 639: P.M.7P.M.SiliRDVY. N Y., u spending a spring vacation -
Jon oc Ixrfllv OI'L'I"IlL/ 9 PM.: IRIDVY : ; at the home of his sister Mn
Jane Each

VINEGAR FABtSUPER SUDS CLEANER AJAX CROCKFR I I returned. and to Mrs their D.home L. Naperalsk\in Muskegon .

I 1 I @ MIXES Heights, Mich.. Thursday after I
spending .everal days with her I
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bottle 39c kl/e( 79 pkg. 59 r4k ,regILe 11 Apple|| with 19-oz. pkg. 4Jc Miller parents., Mr. and Mrs. Herman DOUGLAS: A. KRAFT

l Dark (IIIM. Fudge\ IIn ",/. pkg. 4JcLemon
Natural mule for every meat I Mr and> Mn Gene Williams meal training as a United States
>rl>et Il-or pkg. 43c
Oc eanCranberry Spray Kfaii !Spray Cranberry Slmrtmiiig! SItU Laundry Fort Worth Tex. are visiting her Air Force aircraft maintenance
Pond Cake I7opkg.. 45cTousled I parents, Rev. and Mrv Henry specialist
Sauce Juice Cocktail SNOWDRIFT DETERGENTBrHiht Tatum, I II' II I Airman Kraft!, who enlisted! : m
Coconut loj. pkg. 4Jchoc. I the Air Force a short time ago,
J.lb I' Mn Marietta Yinglmg hud as I has completed his intial! basic military
pint 3-lh. gaL ( Coconut Drll:ht loz. pkg. 43c
29C 29C guests over the weekend fnendsI
65c alllnl49 39C training. He is a 1963 graduate
hlie I
can can tug Lemon Coconut Delight 19-oz. pkg.. 4Jc I from Pine Grove Mills. Pa.. Mr, of Martin County High Schoolat
and Mn. Stanford Aru. Stuart.CIIOICE .

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FOR RENT OR SALE 38 I BOATS; SERVICES I REAL I:>T.\n: OR S VIE 90 i iIW' I Real Estate: Fur Sale' 971ITR Real Fatale For Salt 90eraacairtlsssaaxaws \ his, Mode-rn continent

I I\IE\\S: HUT .. *,...SMW.TrflSr.KmMI: ',. ..w "- _" tr' -.rIOI. l I kite-hen. quality! construction
I at < I4.<1I1I.)(> Sec tillHH I II R
READERS PAY TO READ HOUSE four bedrooms, three AUTHORIZED Johnson I MM URLS HVh, I Kfcs III luism Utah ('all, I Sale In I'.ilni t',ill \ hell I. $1 I.200 ( ash with l'>7 teem \ \l U-Sal BAli \MA I II I R.

baths Swimming pool On river Complete Sales, Service, ,'. 2. 4. AI I 7- \:'jH .2-i( ((911)). I rerun (US home in ginnl. londition on sheet ovorliHiking 10) acre R 0\1' Open| duil, Phoiu
YOUR ADS LN Phone AT 74133 dayi or AT Good selection of dependable 4. and! $6 --- -- -- Partly rurnislivil) Ilislsihu" 1 lake. and piikonod for apiutnienU AT 7 06'< )

( Motors. Enpert Factory ;lompleti CBS three room duplex, tiirmshedCiood Willl.UlllimmIDJI |Hiol. 1 PriciMH 01 homes Inquire ut "The ,
1 I R. H (tEAK, bmliLi
(38)i" Mechanic. CASA RIO < \ dwm I A, condition I .urge lot nice- I $ ( ). ( all :117.S4lO II ((9(1)( ) Seven ( \'' Grocery Store open
t 'hutd f MOTOR SALES Inc. 440 at 2117- Iv landscaped)1. Priced I lo sill. terms : from 7 am. to 10 pm. on U. S If0)( ))
WLP WANTED 43BREAKFAST in Rio AT 7-0944. tf ) I 2.& ( ) Hibiscus, Paik. (Mt, isms! SI. I Iuclc N"\V centrum; hrnlcel I1hiith; No I North of Stuart, ''i mile .
.....- """i ---_._ Avenues B."H.) Port Salerno. II 2 bedroom insulated (OS Jensen 2.6 ((90)) fRAil tR: lots. 47MI Sts
DIAL FOR SALE: Complete I I a Or call AT 7.11511. u ((90)) (leach home. Near shipping :- -- down tU; 14 munlhh ( .,ill AT
cook. $50 for si,. Marine Supplies, Marine or hull fI ( ) I -- -- ---- This home ID extra upacunis withfine i I WRl b"ivdroom house In Port 7-2Nt alter _h p.m. 2-II\ \ (W)

ATlantic 7.1550 day week to ttart. All benefitsand Marine Hardware- it $65 LOT HX> bv Ill) feel deep, on features An exceptional value Salerno on one acre lot. Paved
vacation ALSO: Waitresses East Sixth' Street Stuart (Phone : street Northern will hike. IOR Sale: Waterfront !gorgeousview
your boat Whi car Boat Edwin A. $12,500.( llojl} C. Murphy, owner .
To Place Your FAST SLLLING-: wanted $30 week and tips. Must : Port Sewatl. tf ; at : Al 725157. 2.6(90)( ) Realtor, S Al:\, Jensen: Beach. I a loss! on it. hiss double garage !Shores best location North .River
Owner 2X7 IM7SRllNhl
have -
transportation. Answer in ---- -- -
2-6 ( ) AT 7-3,MO. 2-6 ('III()) Call 287-5521 for appointment
LOW COST WANT AD person, Poor Bob'", Jensen Beach. I FOR Sale 26ft. Chris ST. I Iliele t stales "1 small \bedrooms -------------.- -. 2.f1 ((9))) If I(9x< ))

If ((43)APPLI'ArloNS ) Cruiser. Outriggers! his' 'ds $ large dining and living SACRIFICr, waterfront I lOOOlM)( )
_____ ) ii ; J> enclosed
I : SI tE for yourself hill 3 bedroom I pool and
urea CBS completely furnished
bilge pump, galley, head. load $42. just olf Inlricoistil' .\ minutesto
homo V\ ill sell furnished polio with this neat :2! bcilronm,
NEWS WANT ADS are now being four Loaded with I many' I 7-0979.) if ( ) including air conditioning, city i I St I tines' Ocean inlet. Ill'STOFIIR or unfurnished :
taken to fill the 1 lolloping li DOM- extras: $IWX). Phone AT 07 I water Reduced to $H.9oo) I Iw Mr Perry 1121 I N I! Ivcrythmg electric even ]I''i bath home in a nice rcsidenliul -
RATE: Five cents per average lions: Waitresses, kitchen Help down payment M.. P I Nelson Come on down, le-U uren C IIl.lIer with extra
after 3:30 tf ) 24th St.. ; Beach inf2eii. ;
word, minimum charge per insertion and Bus Bo)s. Must be ncut and pm- I :.; Realtor .12 i < I E.: Ocean Blvd 287. Ponipano talk. ) Ave? Coral will Not far tram schools. or

$1.00 (for up to twenty willing to work Apply in person I' $. .1mhl) ;;; will buy I 36. 2.() ((911)) --- -- -- ----2.6-( E'I) Gardens. Ity owner: O A. IMIerv. shoppinj, /! OnlMM 75000( M P.
words). Words in ALL Milan's in Florida 2117. II1. 2.1.11)() !Nelxm Keillor 325 I I' Ocean
Restaurant foot h ---- > ( )
average next to the Thompson 60 p. -- -- -- W A lFRFIW r Indian __ __ ___ _
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first bowling lanes>> in I Jensen! Beach. motor fully equipped A-l LANAI lot oil SI I ucic I lot No Olive ""11111. \ bedrooms 2 h Hl\il :57.1sr\. -(, l.(.) ((90)s .)

word, count us two words each. 2-6 (((43)) I, tion Coast! Guard inspected. \ 5', lluboi Estates. IOKi( ( I2s.I baths, dining room living!! ""'111. ON block the from Way to Traile-Minds.Beaches: New one _.aww ..- 17'St'nl"l' -- -
of extras deck chairs, ANS llcst offer over $., (OU, lou Bockcrt. .
White above or below or G i.E kitchen h\\ah'r., washing
space two t bcilrooin duplex, lirr Offered: 171
BEAUTICIAN wanted for year and pole, with full 4940) N, F. 27 Terr Pomr.mo ioHiHirt
within ad will be charged. as the gear machine iVnlril heal Aircoiuliliiuiing tile hath und windows" lor-
'round work Call in person, SI 1,1 IV II cash or responsible HcMch ria 199-0204) llW( ) HO .
number of words (five) (that could I-U40 2-h't( )) mica kitchen, carport utility room
Salon of Beauty, or telephone 287- can take note over at -
be printed in the blank line, or : 0536. my O\\NLR!' I lot 10 lot 41. Si :- S1,2(81.( )yon Now stove und 1\1 fljII.'rotlor. All
line tf ((43)) Bruce S. Morse, Fishnhol \ (0. LOP 60x110 1 Paul I II\ .
25 cents per I.ucic River lleighls (hnslil) want it I don't 1 ulmkeme I lictric (entr.il heat Owner) 1auueu
Park, Stuart 2.6 ( ) Mh Street ( ) please T
Classified" Anderson. 129 (loth St, West Palm ; ;: : 287-50J5. 2-ft (C 1(1)(i)
"Display rates Ph. nil otfcr Cyprvs( Date. dibit- __ _, _
application. ARE YOU AVAILABLE ,uiSJ:; ;: 20 foot 'Crui;; Belch fli I II t F 2774h (QOi cut Park John Mulhollind, 204 h A
tf ( ) .. \\IIL pay rent when you can own
These are cash rates, for ads bout with cabin, head, .. -- --- 470' Vnilh I 1")11. Moonachic Road, Mixinnhif, N .II! attractive trailer with alum
9;W A.M. 3.00 P,M. five galley. fresh water tank and on ((7 acres)
I I ():-om; ( :-; J. 2-M ((90))
mailed to The Stuart and
brought or day week Wonderful tank ( on lily road Iron I ige includes mini) awning patio on vour
News with i payment:: : If you are aStuart for energetic lady opportunity 30 decks gas und lop.ibcrglassed 45 h.p. Gray certified lj ownership, of MMI'" boil slip FOR"Sale."lligh"\oiHleJ-- lot I 100- ) own landscaped, 1 M. close in lor IEIIYICg3q

News mail subscriber or are to (.0, to earn excellent in Many special features Call .\ >.our choice MCH! low estate, or collagedevel/ by .1lHloll( ) canal in North River only $l )IO.) Blanche Surguv. sin
listed in the Stuart telephone directory list Contict opment or Only !$MIMI) ( ) (harle 1 V.: Sloeiim Realtor VS I)
come. Lxpcrience: not necessary Brooks at 287-1054. 2.6 ( ) ( camp > per Shores Joe Pcnrod, Ho\ :242! Smart
you can place your ad by telephone Write Avon Manager _h _. ____._ mornings I Irons I foul M. I'. Nelson Reultor. AT 7-1h6l. 2-H ( 0)UNUSUAI ) Colorado Ave, Slum ( ))
Dial Atlantic 7.1350 and IDEAL( for fishing or skiing 2-h ( ) U5 I Ii: Ocean Hhd S7-HM, -- -- .
P. O. Box 2427, Vcro Beach, -.. waavvvwwwar.....
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ay "1 want to place a want-aJ. flee bcrglas. Thunderbird ((\V h I like ( ) 2.h( (90)( ) twiThtfdrooiiriile, bith 1.1'I1)i'I\1)i
now "
2.6 'I t type double hullith) 35 r'I ; I CBS. Jcnse-n Hithls! One \HLRSA.SnOK IS: AT 7.2341,
((43)) olfcr ? (Itt
l"'I\o,, riIot I O\l I Y home huh .1bidrtxnils ,
: x -- : Lvmrude, trailer, a bout .) AIA, Stuart! oil corner i year old Angle ceiling!, hand hewn evs.arsi.sa :s ",+ !
I I1 i h.illis. doublecarpoile !
Give your mail address as II LI 1. P WANTLU. ILMALE.: extras including Bimini top 2.11 ( ) ; I bciims lleeliic kitchen, built In I
well Bindery workers, first und second windshield $695. 287-0369 ___.__ HiMiitifully IanJscmupetlSLunless men. 'I err.luu llix>n, wall turcoiulilioner -
telephone number
in us your your want.ad. the Stuart shilLs Indianlown Printing 2.6 ) :( 1.1I<'ule sled all-ilixlru kilchcn. Partially furnished 1964 Fleetwood A II II m"ci"g
Inc. Indiantown, Honda. 2.6(43) .., ".nice. Air londilioncd' I xtelk-nl location !front ..1"1111111lillllulM Kiar sliding
has hundreds of ( ) v
News MR* W a U. k > ;
Approximately $4.MNI( ) down i glass doors lle-uiililull hind limn: 'IMI-H<)\ \IK.NIS I'TImH..H
subscribers who --- --- -- AIA |
out-of state TRAILERS: &; SERVICES: : und 1 assume moilgaue. (.ill 2X7087 '' All Mobile HomesAt
POUR Women Part-time survey 2.6 ( ) senpid/ garden equipmenl! ( urporte
possible PRKtS 1VIJI
are prospects
your for real estate sales and work Hours 91. $1.00 per hour l 2-21 ((90)1WO ) $12. m.) .87.1 ISS') 1-(110)( ))
rentals, boats help wanted guarantee, plus commission. Call 8x32 Rovcraft Trailer with : Ikndrx!' "s I ( desirable, lots for salt in Port I MIIr/nMtiaxltaM4taeMlBla. NWMeMII- 1'opiilar Prices Klltlirns rrniiHli-U-il" ', IHUfwujialK ,

girdemng, trailers, and serv in person Crown Awning Co., Beds New aluminum a\\ '' In.(' ilerno. 79x99 KM' Cltn, Priced I OK HI.NT: 135 \\ rll" ''', "Fencing, !SoliirSi
North U. S. No. I at 25th St. New refrigerator Furnished. to-ill. Box .141. Poll. Silcrno Cull j
ices. If ( ) ... .,, 'runs, {.iiriiups, nrl"orl ,
Stuart. Interviews from 9-1010: ccllent condition 1400. 28'2H7 gds ((90)) : "" l' .u' "I'H1\1, \ | iiny

a.m. daily 2.6 ((43)) burg Riverside Trailer Park, v ...._ l l"w I loll SALE: tiling else| jiiii want) dune, aildU
e ayoLr tlrrw x1511: I IK III II.IIIXU
Street, Jensen: Beach. (MUc.) I r-10x51)) 2 IHDUOOM Iliiiui or rrpuln SulkfuilionKiiuruntvril.
or Apply in 2.13 ( ) lOll REN1 135 I'r.llna Mil: fl. on II"n.. t,
person to Mr. Zon, between 12 --..--.-- I I....... .. ,. I hIli., nulls .f "lunrl. ,ulmlili> 1960 M111111LSI'U'111L ,VII work Insiirid.
(Numbers over 100 refer to display noon and 2 p.m., at Sunrise Inn FOR Sale or will 1 radii for for _s rwssavs'_ _"w '..r sun.. mil b...l..... I.:two ,<|.
price ZH7-4AI3 2117- 1I40 for
1 Dial
classified ads, which ; : ,.. or j
appear : ...
I'ort Sew all. Stuart. 2.6 (43)) in 1 bedroom home I h Bates 10"1.,11. mil mill Imlk ntlk.
after the end of the smaller ads, in ___ _n_ __ __ ty ITII .... DIM ,'P : tllARVNCKSiindy's : : free plum mid i->lliuiitcii."Itilltr .
home 1962 Ritz Craft, Inc tf ( ) T.4111:1."I
numerical order. Be sure to look WANTED Waitress. Steady \\ork.Powell's .
3 bedrooms, lib' baths t I K.
in both places.) Diner. 2.6 ((43)) I '''nalNa &;11. on mniill Iliillilinu by Blsliop"I
Florida all windows '
--- --- I room Sale I !tJAls"Uhl 6J malt) Iravrl Irullirs. Will
FOR RENT JS-135 WANTED; Rellilered FloridaSurvc aluminum awnings 111 > gI 11 / tJ1 ', ill or Irmlc at any fair prlie.IP 4 nil.'N. nf Sluurt-llwy. No. I
submit P. furnished on lot with fruit I EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS ,. '
fOR RENT OR SVIE 38-138 I >or resume "
Drawer B Fla Automatic washer and two A I Ott11/ 111 IJ) RIM
WANT LD TO RENT 40-140 O Indiantown. I, OK notino I J (, \s
2.6 ((41)) crators AT 7-0778 :!.6 ( ) 2 I
HELP: WANIID 43-143 111ftI

Employment Wanted 48-148 WANTED YOUNG WOMEN 9rs-Amer'can. 8x42 with 10-40 Mobile l JI ON Mill/ !Sill' 1 ode lor, I I or' Snip, l\11'II'rlllllHlU 171
50-150 room \\ ( Buy, or I
Business Opportunities I .... ... ...
forCLERICAL awning Can remain at Fi porch All Accept mi Coiislgmmiil lour es wamtraa' .. "s v vltteaartYarl
LOST & FOUND 53-153 WORK, Stafford. 2-(, ( ) Tint; ST. J..VerEOne Used Irmlir.

InS 55 155 (90)I. rfrlilriufai.Spin
Like new. 10x55 plus (78)v ('(),'U. OUT AND M K"SANDY" ;
USED CARS 58-158 Must be !seen to be I tf ( ) 'lou* shaded ground I
conditions. --' OR IMN
NEW CARS 60-150 Excellent working Ocean Breeze Park $7,000. small Parking Lot. Dual Dmk.ShiiffUlxmril. MATERIALS
40 hour work week paid nt E* nrvni nol'iKVARD:
BOATS & SERVICES: 63-163 vacations and holida y s. ConI'plele talk._____Phone__u_287-4249._.2.6 ( ) Curporte, M'I'ILUI'I', fKlllllltIIOIUKM IV and Lounge I Fur 'f Ihe Best Drill' In 'I 1 Ilia
TRAILERS & St.kHCES 68-168 porches : 'M'l: % J AI'Cli I'a1CNTa
insurance program PEERLESS trailer 35x8 I Week Month Year County New Siivlnis I h"1111 During
::1 I IIIHIMH a II tillHI
Service Offered, Mic. 71-171 other fringe benefits 22x10 insulated cabana newly 'fKI..:IKHIIII I.01 111'* Our I'l'bl'l/rtry (Itoli)) Sale
PLANTS & SERVICES 75-175 ed. Fully landscaped, many couple cull II HA 10 YAn1M HVIIill) 624 Sr. IUCIK: CRKSCI':NTSIUART ((25 yards" or mare)
78-178 For Applications write Located at Anchorage )in Rio. 1'" IUIMUM IIOUIDV

H For'anted Sale To, Miscellaneous Buy 'Mice.) 81-181 Box 1198 sonable. Call 287-3633 2-6 ) ; I, Box If ( )) ...1'1,., ..*.....! m V...,lf 'Irh-phonrt 287-9811 SANDY'STRAILER Over 25 New
Stuart _4> ....,I'1' ; V. L:, WOOD, Manager I
!MOVING & JIORVOL 84-184 Attention: Personnel Dtp' for sale j by ; W. T. PAGET, Mgr PARK & SALES Spring; NumbersAll
Services Offered, Mb*. tr (HIDKXl'IiCTING )
Real Estate I Fur Sale 90-190 2.6 ((43)) and ...., AT '.111.., If IIII -----I 2R7.57M rend Meek
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Real Estate Wanted 96-196 BCHOOMMMK'' .11'' -- -- High -.'" """ .. .. ... ......." .--.....:..... I Mile N. of Sluurt on U.S. 1

...... Employment Wanted 48 WISCONSIN Clinton, and Brrggs Lauson tra to. Will COMPANY? u lieuServkm I 80c() Yd. to $1,70 Yd,

FOR REm 35 -"""'"' .. COOLED ENGINES in stock have you WONDIK WIIJRE: YOU'RE GOING TO BED TIIFAI IXWN7 I'lulnx mid Print -
.. FIFTEEN years smut/ ) office bookkeeping parts and men who know 1.0914. If ( ( ) .111-
Builder Call tin and ship 'viorrylng!! Reasonable rules and an atmosphere Wt'll Mnknur l Imp"y -
i ( ) repair them. ULMER '
BrAUIIIUL: mans with twined lave letter of experience recommendation. "or"Dial AT 7-3355. Your lots; close lo .flout w III nurpuM nil but your own Offered) Mkr. 171( You Muk '|MH or Gins'

New home Semi und private Part time or full time. Permanent Iy Dodge Dealer. tf ( ) Private CAI; .I. MARIE KIRK, !MANAGERNow ,. -. "1II W llu-m l 10 Sunivonc F Is* lo Make,

batlis Cooking privileges resident AT 70570. tf ((48)) Write
Plenty of parking Call Mrs Day, HAVE small Bulldozer, Phone A Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! JOHN'S kirsih Kudu lmtulledStuart's
287-2589 If ((35)) 1M n _10--1" Mower and Disc! Will clear tf ( ) Niagara Cyclo-Muttage Unit fat Our Bed*.

___ SPECIAL NOTICES 55 cut trees Fence posts nODY SHOP of Stuart

1HRLL room und bath waterfront I' allwwaaali. 1IIIJIIfooXWIIIIIiIIDALCOHOLIC for sale Lawton Wall, ab'o: 147, W, -r 2. I Southwind Motel Complete Bodywork & Filming 223 I. Ocean A r 7.0344Stuart
71401. tf ( )
apartment Pool und dock A NON YMOUS Quillty Work Guaranteed
living u.s. NO. 1 lUAU !
ileges. Adults only Pirate's meets at 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday BETTER Building by Bishop room AT 7.35.fonte"! RfIIIfI (171)
rriv'l tt OIFLEETS /> -d
Port Salerno tf ( ) at the Community Church, pairing and remodeling. plus .- tf nil --h_
Jensen Beach. For information, I bull I I d complete home on 2-13 ( ( ) .1. i.ii .: .

SlOP 100ll.lI1You/! have found Phone AT 73332. tf ((5J) lot. Terms can be arranged -. MOVING & HORACE 114
the best furnished apartment tstimatcs. AT 75840. tf ( ) : FOR YOUR LOVED: ONES
value just $.10 u week for 2 or 3. WANT the best price for your car? I rom I First MARBLE, GRANITE II'.UII:=-:-: -::::- %--" lrlaal .

Linens, utilities, maid service. free Cm! Ralph Bates it 287-1214. RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Phone OR BRONZEMARKls'ItS
parking, convenient to everything Merkle Motors Inc. tf (55)) Ice. Cleaning and repairing. If ( )
drain fields repaired and -
Inquire ut The Seven C's Groceryon ELECTROLUX CORP. Opportunity .
Dial AT 7.0651 AT 79862. ( !) home
North of Stuart
U. S. No for the right man to dou-
Legion / The Symbol of Your LOT
Vi mile. 2.6 ((35)) de his present earnings.. Call Dan WHEEL IQNMENT and I ', W. H v Whither
Clark AT 7-0143. U ((55)) BALANCING 'with Bear or Al you want I monument
LISltN: Wanna (lease a 3 bedroom ment by trained mechanic 'will tf ( ) headstone or simple, dignified
home by the year/ New fOR easy quick carpet cleaningrent for Itself in tire 'wear. We have marker, we will design it in un- Moving and Storage

furniture, new refrigerator IV, Blue Lustre Electric Shamloocr equipment and men. Your Stuart n perishable tone as .the lymbol' GOING: NOR i III

electric central heat; in fact ev only SI per day. Hartman.cighton Iv Dodge dealer. ULMER 2 of your love for a dear one, Part loaded van have apace for
erything electric. !Stop in and Furniture. 2-6 ((55)) TORS or Dial AT 7-3355. tf ( ) : and average silO home funuihiDgs.
--- Services
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check it over Adults only 327 HENDRY'S Trading Center Inc -- Call AT 7-0878,
Harrison Ave., Coral Gardens. tf ( ) ,
Kenneth S. Sllmntcll
Sale on all fishing tackle. Located Figtn Transfer tat Stone
W. H. Wagner Co. AT -
By I owner, O A. Hillcry 2.6 2875h8l ((35)-) AIA in Golden Gate opposite or AT 71696. tf ( ) ;; ; North INN Approvrdby11 Boa 1407 AT 7-1477 or J201 500 Hitler A"ouir

Tn-County Gas tf ((55)) I ', I It U7I. ui4)

....:t. H.\RDWARESalc7 Yes, all Luxury Waterfront _
ware now at low sule .. .. .. .. ,.. ...
USED! CARS& TRUCKS 58 a (KMIIw_' ,Y" _az ....... .. :4
I' '
Hcndry's Trading '! Large, SERVICES OHERU, MISC.: 171Income
a. Tn-County Gas, Golden lot with
tf ( ) BKACIt, FUHIIV .tack-.arlArMllwAluar. .p."aaue' .w'4" .. :::;oJ
1957 Dodge. Full power. Good ,.",11. .l>. 1 B....... .............. H Mil ,._ '..nc.. .Im......... ,In..?
WANTADS Call AT 7- .. 287-4845 .. 1' ,
condition. $300 a (
: : : :
5996 tf ((58)) PLANTS It SERVICES If ( ) is Inns-.i.i"w'I: !! : : 2H75566Bunlnmi Tv"'i.cT. d.d"lNPIIONh 'IAMI nwlr:
r (tat
DO THE JOB! 57 Ford Ranch Wagon. 225. I, + --- ) Tax Returns Preparedby

Call Owner AT 7-4138. 2-6(58)( ) PLANTS Fastest growing ,! of large i:::- -
-- .
---- $IllS per
in Martin 10
II 959 International Harvester sery County. Cape Opportunities 150
Station 4- of plants. Pelican i :
Travel All Wagon 0t'A 3.19 ) .'1r -.11. r
S-76A '
? y wheel drive. Like new. See Stafford Road ( ), Palm
ul FuJinhol. 2-6 ((58)) 1918. If ( : 4 100 ft

AZALEAS. Camellias, .... : :Ii foot and AT ,; ACTIVE PARTl'EHVANTEI: > JOHN L. MERRILL

BOATS & SERVICES 63 VARIETY' Palms $1 and tf )
PAPAYA, Banana, Lycnce
goes Avdcddo Carambola, ----- lor pew north-tuuDi Really Advertising Publication mid Buyer i TAX CONSULTANTfjirolled

OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED Macadamia Nut Citrus. I Referral Servkn.lleiMlqiittrtm .
for all in I
W have parts Enders White City.
popular makes. Can test your cod Nunery, 2-27 ( ) evenings. In Stuart. No competition unusual potential' : lo Pnetli Before 111* Internal RanDu Service:
I and condenser. Ulmer Motors Dial tf ( ) Investment and ervke required, Advrillsing, PublUvllon or I

AT 7-3353. Your Friendly Dodge --- Realty eiprrlntft helpful but nut owtntlul.Plf.VSE .
Dial ATlantic 7-1550 Dealer. tf (63) FOR SALE. MbccnueoM Three I Corner 5th and Broad
for the BACKUS-Buik Cabin Cruiser, 26 High Ocean Breeze Park Jensen Beach
and ask !
ft Chrysler, I 115 h.p. Bargain. TRUSSES elastic Write Box BOX NO. T (.'/0 IHE SfUARf >\ tWS: I ,
$900. Jupiter-LiU Boatbouse. AIA. knee pads,, anklets etc. Phone AT I-U (30) j II l-il laity

Vane Ad TiikCJ! CaB TE 2-7811, 2-* (63) Drug Corp, tf ) tf )


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.4 THE STUART 4fL) NEWSFor Thursday, Ftbruar 6, 1964 Lea : r. rr ".a1S ur _-_ _' 'I A drill that uses a Ughtemperahire I About :000.000! of U S. citi. Shuffleboard// Club VanLuven. Door prizes were' won
ESTATE FOR SALE 1905ngala nuclear reactor to melt I I away rem suffer some form of chronic by Mrs M. Howe. Charles Cla\-
Held Card
I through the earth's cru4 hat [ disease! or a physical disability PartyA ton and Ora AveryRefreshments .
I 1 11 r Ir I II '
--- -- I been handicap.
Sale. Miscellaneous REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 card party was held in the were! served b\
'I I .
.tII II .a..u. a comprised of
os ....wr'' club room by the Stuart Shuffle- the social committee
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 hoard Club on Friday evening Mrs Harry I.H Mrs Hcnn:
I RIVERFRONT BARGAIN 4 ACRES ON ROUTE 1 IIIIII'! --------"1'iYl' I qJII'I' Ian 31, Prim given for high Moore NJrs) Smith Mrs
\\JIN"' teltl 'score at each table were won by Charles Merrell and Mrs Karl
I .T- sea It. M IMU71COCOANUT Mrs E. Cohun Mrs M. Howe Vanluven.

W UFRCASA PARK Will lease or build to suit. Ideal for Motel, FOR SALE Mrs O VnnUiven. Mrs F. Rau- wild' Mrs C. Clayton. AtbertSmith I I that another parts
0WPI_ EXCH 1<<..0971 Commercial, Warehouse. Also consider Charles Merrell and Karl I held! this month
If ((1'101)
RIO Or M r ---------- .
active partnership and-or Investment in 3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE 1 ,, ,5.r7veww'.'1
-- --- commercial venture on property. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
S4e R.ur Vol ate AT r-oa44 I .
a_ JL LJ U 11 _......__ .-j
tfnll $795 Cash and RIVER FRONTAGE
Call Owner
------ Month
$125 Per
IIORSESIIOEGUN Buy new deluxe 2-bedroom 2- 360 ACRES
bath ('BS borne. Central heat
I and alr-condWimlng., On spacious I
Complete line of Cum and lot In St. tilde Park. (all
I Owner AT 74411.MORTGAGES' 7-4578
Ammunition and Acceworlcs VINCE NELSONBOX
!; 1"01 2,11 (1(001 l 4ergy ;

a .A.M.-fee, P.M.. Man..Sab1.4PM .__ ___ I II 1- .- 122, JUPITER, FLA
lund.yClo..a II I .
ThliniUy 12: N... I
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U.s. I ... rib 484.0244 No. o( Port !at LUGI. $7,900.00
TP ((1711 I 1. JUST REDUCED, fettling an estate on Scwall'i Point -
25 YEAR TERM Small vacation home. Close to River and two bedroom CBS custom' built home, like new. Large living

l___, ., NEW AND EXISTING shopping. Completely remodeled. BUY A HIGH DRY area,separate dining room. Completely furnished. On a large
SALE 190 HOMES lot, with many Rhode beet. Immediate occupancy. $22,500.
MIIIHIIIIIIPM _,...11X1..-TIT' C. R. Ashley, Mtg. Broker I
Taylor Ashley 2. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 baths, large living room, dining area, G.E.
$$15,500.00 RESIDENTIAL LOT kitchen, pantry, large 'screened patio. Separate storage, fish-
BADCOCK : cleaning house/ .' ACCCM to St. Luck River $26,750.)
tf (10) Waterfront Home
For 3. IN LUCINDU, a new 2 bedroom! 2 bath, CBS home, by
Furnished As$500 SatinLenf Builders extra large living area, with screened
2 bedrooms 2 baths foot
Large! 40
Little In loggia and hinla central heat and conditioning -
screened porch Circle Drive It's Nutone *.- big garage, with Morale area. $23,750.

MODEL HOME BILL BERRY our pleasure to show. Build and Live TOTAL PRICE

4. 3 BEDROOM: BUM I1OMF, 4 )tan old. Bulkheuilcd,
Open Daily 1 P.M, REALTOR IN GOLDEN GATE dock. Complete basement. 27500.'

'Til 4:30: PJ\I. Choice Business Corner $15,000]
in Choice Lots with City Water SANDSPRIT PARK IRFE BOAT LAUNCHING new. Beautiful, residential Subdivision. $20,900.
Luxury Home Port Sewall area

Legion HeightsSee with 165' frontage, on water, 4 F.I! I.A. Approved . terms $2,250 BILL BERRY REALTOR 6. IARGE: BUILDING LOT, 120' x 425' on Indian River
Bedrooms,4 Baths,living room, SEE Drive., High elevation, beautiful view. $12,000.
Dining Room, Kitchen! Screened Other Fine Homes To .$150,000
The Florida Room and Sun Deck. 620 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7-0966
Complete Landscaping and (Next to the Prescription Shop) 7. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BVTII St. Lode Riverfront home. Walking
"VALLEYFORGE" Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did tt ((190))
Fumkhed, Central Air-condl distance to golf course. Beautiful property $45,000.
tinning and Heat. -

Price: $125,000. RIVERFRONT ESTATE If you are out of town, write for our area maps and Newsletter
a Colonial Styled ion> O' elland Loikhart Realty, Sewall's Point, Jensen Beach, Florida.

Home with St. Lucie River I Company FOR SALE '

3 BEDROOM 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Furnished 900 Colorado Ave. (across from 1st National. Bank) LOC'I: ("" RT, ; EALTV': :
AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280 AT .4121I
Twin Slit) -
Home, 175' frontage on St. 200 Ft. Frontage on "i
Lucle. Price $45,000. DON I O'KELLY or BOB WILLI VMSHOMES ''S W.ALL.5 'POINt (AT n1t '
TILED: ) BA1II ROOMS! I.4 ((1'01) Broad St. Lucie River

DOUBIE SIZED CLOSETS For A CoupleA .- o-a (1)na)

FULL DINING ROOM Within City Limits of Stuart
Price 2 Bedroom CBS
LIVING ROOM Ift'S": 14' Home, partly furnished and )In- City Water
trilll'IT ROOM rated on wooded lot, IIIWi and
LARGE dry, ixcelknt: for Retiree I An Original Florida Home

,: ENTRANCE PORCH Prliej $12,500.Acreage CBSK WATrRI: .RONT IIOMI.: 2 bedrooms, 1V4 bath 100' Well Kept and Spacious ': R6uJohnson
: MODERN KlIl.lIF.NHIlI bulhheaded) waterfnml. Gas heat Hreplme. Terrarro: 11.10110 .
BREAKFAST BRH Awning windows, garage. ALSO 14' boat, trailer and. 25 liP Nice Guest Cottage
motor Included. UJ,501l.00.) ( REALTOR
350 Acre $300
( LARGE PLANIII.: MT Hiuh, Dry, ":client per Nalnral IDA IINVNCrD. elute home CBS 3 bedrooms! 2 both,. Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. 8'
IN(:I.UDI:I) I Drainage In the (linn Grow (ilv water, central) heat and air conditioning. NO CIOSING Well Landscaped With FIRST FEDERAL BLDG

OR big Area Good Term (OSTS. Widow must. nacrlfke for 2350000.) Large Lawns and ManyBeautiful AT 73366BUSINESS

f; $12,500.00Low Lots CITY OF STUART. CBS 2 bedroom bath, screened bran/t. Trees and Plants
4 way, newly decorated. VA financing NO CLOSING ('OSI IS. OPPORTUNITYSMALL

as $600( DownY river.2 Lots$5,000 In Salerno for with both access or will to $13,200.00. Priced To Sell $$29,950.00 BUSINESS, Franchises for

See Your Agent or Phone Beach County. $10,000
Sam RhodesConstruction AT 7.2607 AT 73232tf (110) I will handle.

i CBS building. Comer lot ALA 4 --
bedroom apts. 3 furnished and 1 needs some work dime Large
Inc. Estate andInsurance workshop. could be made Into 2 more opts Garage; MAKE stocked, very good location.
jt" Or MR..:
I C. B. ARBOGAST JENSEN Small business for sale. Good
P.O. Box 824, Jensen Broth, 200' FRONTAGE ON 4 LANFD U.S. I. Well\ located In.
J. Ilorlda 620 Colorado Avenue eludes 2 furnished efficiency apis hi CBS building, owners 2bedroom location.
Phil Bilker Sins Manager AT 7.0966 home and building for office, rental! unit or imiillbusiness. REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925

h:, I-d oqO) ) tf mot) Excellent value $20,000.00.BUSINESS 252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart-AT 7.0440 INCOME PROPERTYPORT
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\ PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING SALERNO- 2 bedroom home plus 4 rental unto. Large
corner lot $25,000.00.
BUYS-BUYS-BUYS Our Best Buy ---
':' 8 UNItS 4-2 bedrooms 4-1 bedroom. All unit!! facing
100'( ON COLORADO A\E, Corner lot. For tale or trade
L- INCOME: PROPERTY duplex only 700000.' TWO bedrooms $30,000.00.)) : 100 FT. RIVERFRONT LOTS water heat Mid air conditioned, very best of location and all are
each side. Near silux4 needs some repair Ideal for In like new condition.

I,y'. hnndjniun. This won't lust'!! CORNER IX>T. Seventh St. Just West of the Post Office $15,500. Approximately 175 ft. deep 3 HOUSES PLUS 1 EXTRA LOT- 2-2 bedroom 1-1 bed

_. LARGE ('OR FR IXT- Zoned for trailers. Size 50' x 150' 1 Sold Only 2 Remaining room. These rental unln. are bi a nice location and are on early
put your own trailer on lot rent to another trailer on sallie rental btwh. Located on Riverside Drive Priced at $20,650.00.


BARGAIN Two 100' waterfront lots In
Stuart, nke section: close. 'to school and churches.! PrIced to sell $6,850 each ONLY 2 BEDROOM Like new condition Nicely

at only $5,000.00 each I landscaped 2 utility rooms CBS construction, Ga heat, Awnings
REALTOR Our Best Buy
ROCKY POINT ESTATES: LOTS Waterfront park on In...... This home b priced right at $11,900.

,' coastal Waterway '70' x 110' lot, paved roads. Priced to GOLDEN GATE 2 BEDROOM- 1 Bath. Large Fla. room
tell from $995 and up terms available. ]Waterfront Lot on Included are 3 extra lots for only $15,000.00.

t.,: RALPH HARTMAN JR. I 729 COLORADO AVE. "tfl PHQNE AT 7-1456 BESSEY CREEK JENSEN 1 2 BEDROOM and 1 1 bedroom cottage,

I Furnished Good rental' location for only $10,900.00I
S. i) Real Estate and Insurance I MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Price: $3,350 2 BEDROOM, I balk plus 2 cottage all furnished, Very
; 110 Fast Osceola St., Phone AT 7-4600 STUART, FLORIDA I good location. I'rked.t 1700000.'
P.O. Box 896, Stuart, Fla. I I.' ((1IO)
I.' (1)01( : NORTH RIVER SIIORFS-Walfrlrout, 2 bedroom ceramic
HOMES baths. Large living room, Enclosed porch Boat slip, Central heat
I and air conditioning. Extra large: lot, all for only $49,500.00.

I I C. O. RAINEY- Realtorl HIGH) ON A HILL overlooking the St. Luck River Is this WATERFRONT LOTS
Fete Three Bedroom, Two Bath Home Has a full Basementtoo
I. Scawalled with Dock for 40 ft Boat Awnings Tile 100' NEAR NEW HIGH SCHOOL $4,00000nnri

I 1: Roof A really good buy at ONLY 27500.' ; HIGH ELEVATION, So. Jensen, on river 7000.00'
)e NO SOP NEEDED I on this Waterfront Beauty Large 100-I27IX' NO. RIVER SHORES 7,000.00'
147' l 220 Immaculate Lot Three Bedrooms Two Baths -
1. 400 ACRES.: last: of Turnpike I. EXCLUSIVE ES f\1 E In Port Sewall 1. DUPLEX Salerno Near marina Den Screened Porch overlooking the Water Central Gas
: Fenced !Suitable' for pasture, subdivision 200' prime waterfront Magnificentview One side has 2 bedrooms Other I Heat Tile Roof Total Only $31,800. ACREAGESEVERAL
2 bedroom 2 ceramic tilt side,
Furnished" "
one- 12000.
: Industry Almost 2 miles road CHOICE TRACES TO CHOOSE FROM
f bltl""'. Central abMonditionlng) and heal I FINE RETIREMENT/ HOME One Bedroom CBS -
,,; frontage Rice $450 per acre. 2 bedroom guest house Luxnrlou 2. VACAlION COtTAGE One bed. Completely Furnished Cash or Terms. $7,500.' IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE
: landscaping Shown by appointment room Brand new kitchen and dining
: 2. 325 ACRES (lose-In Only I mile only. '
area St.alit for 7900.
.: to Palm City Bridge: I linn: Dry 2. CLOSE-IN 3 b bedrooms Den See NORTH RIVER SHORES
,. Oared 1 mile on No. 714 Can Ha. room Dining room Price 3. SOUTH FORK waterfront )lot, with boat NORTH RIVER FOREST JohnsonREALTOR
Price basin 100' $5,000. R. V.
J: be divided on request. $32,500. RIVER RIDGE


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111.1.' ip m i In"llpICle) ind mac C 01111'ss on and 11101n1J.11, an I m. Add New Books _rIfF_ ,: Sit ART FlnrMa__ .._)__T\\-. :_..._Thursday_ .,_ ....bruAry. (6, 1964 7-B A
I eurite I picture \\ hat the Postal torniation window, I (Secrttan'' i I' I
Post Office Receipts Spruce: ft in tact s quite: different I actually. c\.IIn1n..r-ftt.fl1I1tIlll')

from what It scents to be at face I 4 Rcfistir aliens for the !StMc I At the Library
value" he .aid listing fifteen1 othernervicH Diparlnwit

that "postm.len an\l' other Receive and transmit funds ,
Show 16.5 Per Cent Increase post office "personnel" do besides I for. vohmtaf churltirs.:: Heart. Among new "tvVki 1\11111): added ,
prwwsing mall and performingthe Polio Camer. Crippled Children, to NUrtm (Ywmy' PuMk I 1-i I
obvious kinds of window IIf'rv.1 burry ..11'"Prne"'I\ r

Postmaster Robert I. West 1 reports 19ft:. im increase< of I 16.5, : per cent. ul mail and I III.426 pWCMof .nundstirtipid let: I etc 11. Wines' the murltirt| of aftsintce f | .." Amlirson. ; Out 1 I. '
that 1913ere thi about I. Assist t.b I and other law ilundell'r.." coltmarf: The
gross receipts: lor the C jnccllatiiitis for nuil was ballots I
Stuart Post Otfice for the calendar -1'I 1 1.42. !S I pll'Ceof letter mail I KXUMK( ) ) pieces more t than we enforcement agencies iithe apprehension I II I 12 \\'lines* declarations of coiilpUin I Big Britst King!!:' [ rie\; "Raleal l:'
I handled \Vet declared I ol criminals I II North;
in 1962: h prlvillendmen."
year 1963 were SIM.221.M. In addition, to this we hMulled a fiesum ) .
We milled. 28J! of Incoming 2. Aid the Intern Revenue I 1.1. Furnish "booklets. on fallout (\m11'1lAnllll..lIr+ "Ilott ftullj
as compared- to $140MU| tot .ited MX()().(HK)() ) pieces of meter i parcel post from July through" December I Service in distributing income lax shelters. and what to do in cane ing:' VcrneAll: AMil Upholstering .
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.. I 1961 and 4.6V4 sacks of forms and information of nuclear all.uk. Serve us post !!: Bergen; \imshingWiM-\
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incoming parcel post from July *. Aid the Social: Security l t attack registration center for all life." Pinney: "I I he C urving Shore','
REAL ESTATE fOR SALE 190 through December, 1962 We do Branch in milking Application for federal emploxes) in the area. Ornuroil: "I Phc New HcbcrittIKVk I I

.. A1 w .,....... w.....,.,.. "' ... not have a record of (parcel. post Social Security number and hiak 14. furnish mfomiKtion 4nd i '," Waltni-r; Shadows" In the I
coming into Stuart before July. jog available Soiial+ !Security forms applications for the Peace Carpe I Sea; KleConniekI ; I

I lift"1( for comparative purposes' for changing our name. or )your program, I "rhe I Craft.. of Intelligence:' I
Our incoming parcels for Decent address 15 Assist i 1 ,uh the census Miles.; Krooi t-King Morse uMm > #
What Those who hive about Ih the Moon: LXIecuwleirs I k :
Will ron Offer? her 191"ere 1,178 sacks as 4. Aid the F.lJ.Fell't'al questions ;
compared to I.42J lacks for 19MVc Housing Aclnunistration. ) In mnk any aspect of I post olfkc hiismiss I Are Fur. the Uvin ." Binisletl ; /
\ estimate five parcels per su.k" art invited lo ..ntii either the pi>it. "(V rtcf and! Matnvi:' Mir
Best of Hutchinson Island hut those figures far from cove Ing .surveys of housing and vncancies master iAt cull his office it At 7' I shlll: "or dood; .i ml I Fvil." Ciann. .
lltl I. I "An) thing You ( an 1 lo, I nn-
er all of the activities of the post 1. Assist the Treasury !Depirt: II
I II girl: >>
I office West asserted ment with the sale of I .q t
The I pointed out that I documentirv: : savings. and Chamber Gives I "MonteVilsh. Schaefer: "Noer 1
At I Low Low Cost I postmaster stamps stamps Cr Wolf:' 1\1011; Ten "Plus
when most people I think about the I sale of confisc.ted' propcrl I )
I : : (Oun NUlUiil me\ ('ohcrrt
post office they fornuilite, .. instmctvih ft. Act as in agent. of the !DCpinnum II : 'i >
and Prie
a picture of a place to mill t sit'the Interior in the Sailfish List :
lice for Sch"I.I\I Aptitude! Tests' '
Here h jour chance to Invest In 500' of ocean front with high litters. buy stinips. deposit a pick sale ol bird hi ntmg stamps CiruhirMrs.. 'r-
order or''I 7. Make for fun. ,
fligs veterans
age purchase a money
elevation nil the way through: from ocean to river Good depth Sliiirt Sulfish Club his Issued
transact some other kind of sim' I cnls .ivulihlc, ,'nCh.,11! ., of the __
AlA will pus fhrouuh here soon Just north of !Martin citations. :md buttons to the lol i kinsclla Is
business. These of Veterans A"nllnilrllion.
pie are course ,
County line Asking $16000 per front foot Owner wants important functions of the Postal I 8. Furnish .I. secretary and bone lowing: through (he C'h)m"'r of MV\OR RAY (OOKI and Inn M Kmtolkrsin, ccrctarv 11

offer Good. terms available"' I Service, hut by themselves thc\ if e\ immers i I""> the ('ivii Service Commerce officeMrs : New President of the local chapter of the FlorulT urdreswrs mi ( mncmlogisiAssociillon
II Blair Klein St PuilMinn .
I --,0" -- ,. seven-foot six mih sjullish St. Joseph Guild! confer on Nitionul Beauty Satan heck \prelun.uun,

Ask Us Free Booklet I REAL: F.SIXll: I OR SUP 190( from the "Gannet II," with ( "iptun Mrs. Henry !! presided al(
...... A A \Vhiiicar ,Stuart Mayor Proclaims
i r. +."......,4. a 't' '(" 'N Mrs Birhira: S. Vkhman Mil \ short hlislrtes meeting of the ,
About new "Land Trustct" passed In 1963 by Florida legislature SI. Joseph Guild Monday evening '
h"rn.evenfo"l.. "e'lnch Mil
It offer new concept on holding real estate as an Investment fish from the "llolx):' with ('ape' the meeting win held afterthe ,, Beauty Salon Week Here
Offers (lax benefits to InilUidmik and group 1.1111 J.ickVhiticar. I showing of u lilm on the
olher. 9999.99 gers of smokingFliciion .
Many advantages- \\illumT Lvcrson Stuart> Ix'i
of officers. d.m-I I'ROn"\\\: I IIUSWUF.RAS. cosmetologists.: who have : o nInhuled -
foot t sivm-inch sailfish t Iron the"Irmtic was
is the inherent to tin uiiKu" it i h s
: It
with Ciinlun Potsilun. Mrs dwanl.I kipsella 08s' .
lust 1 computed home 2 large bedrooms ( urpnrte Terrain of the human CUl1I1HlntIY-l1ol tints nuttriilhut
Dons. M Flick Connuiiit, Ohio. president: Mrs. Olin Booth vice\ hciuily and harmony +
floor 1 lie bath Close lo shopping and schools Buy six.lix>t. eight.inch sailfish, from president; Mrs. Frank Cihiottosocntir spirit which inihlcs man to enrich spiritual Invihm, md who
M. P. NELSON from owner and SXVR.! the Gannet 1 11" >. and Mrs Ale Kaphcl. his: life hv recogniring; : "' and through It program ol 1'lIhlnlrv-
tuitions. went to frank Chris-' treasurer appreciating the natural K.inly uc. hive proughl uniwid spirit
Low Down about" him. and allowing\ him lo lo many of the less I irtunatct of
Payment linn Gray. Winston Salim N ( .. Installation of officers will he C"I11I11Unll.nt.
.fot sailfish. from the March "ill'be create lovelines' where none ixistcit our
REALTORM. siven >t "Skip. at the mt..linghlch
Financing A 'anged! before IIntW"fREA W'111'REAS the r Nation tlnrdnssirs -
per II with Captun: A J. \\ hililar a luncheon ot the Outrigger '
R. (RONNY) NFI.SON, ASSOCIATE ; Arthur L Rivers. scsen-fot,I. All women of the parish and their It is an established and (osmiloloitisls Asx.i -
Art Ruhnke two-inch sailfish and a ninelun guests are inv ted!. filet that the If-confulcnte: \ and ( .ition, haw designated the week
35 E. OCEA:'t BUn. STUART. FLORIDA Phone 287-3<66 pound arctic bonito. Melvin Bowman Mrs. Betty Conrad and Mr. emotional harmony which comes of lih 915. |V,4( '.is 'NitondlUauty ;
Conovin, N. C.. six-fool, from the knowledge thai one iswell Salon Unk tc' he deli
Nellie Pcrzonl co-chairmen ::
612 COIOR\DO AYE. PI ION F AT 7.0616 right-inch lailfikh, Fred CiOtnl groomed\ and attractive, hasa hritisj throughout( these United
(tai) for time and
I-IUIII, Hickory, N. C sitdonl i eleven to h'ec:announced. Mn beneficial effect on the whole Sinks. and this community hypuial
1 6irs :: Henry well hung of ones self recognition+ "I I tpiriliul'
inch, lailfish. C. W Brand Spiller is chairman of the inntulla-. spiritual .
Vero Beach sailfish. Mike M and hence .'no'* ability, to contribute and physic, good grtx>nnng:
R ask am, Allindorf Iowa mx.foot. lion luncheon to and! tike cnjoymi.nl : NOW, rill KM OKI, I, Ray
OPEN HOUSE AT BEAUTIFUL nine-inch Sailfish all from t h eCiannct from the hi" uity of life: and M. n"ke. mayor ol' the Oily of
11;;' and Jack Wilson 'A tnericailistn'/ WIU'RrI I Ihms city can )"I\"d. rlf da hirchv procluni; : the
Ocala. !\Cven-foot. two-inch mnl Dinner Theme of/ Iv point t h. an cxccllint number' lih <>- M, I4M as 'Nttiond

fish from "Mlryh: 111" with of professional hairdressers. and I _. .,, Beauty Silon Week
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NORTH RIVER SHORESOPEN I iiptuin Bob ScnmshcrAlso Republican Croup -......... --" -.T -. ,_-,at'-" .. ."" ....... "W.-
editions wereIlirrv :
Fri/icr receiving Jensen Beach use An Anuricinism dinner, "|H>n. Real l Fatale: For !Smile 190

en.fooU eight-Inch sailfish from, shred hy the Kipuhlicun \Vomcnii aaMlr'isataa' : ,. t. .tayw-'t.wp.wu -:X r1::

FOR INSPECTION DAILY INCLUDING! SUNDAY the Howilcc:" lack Schneider I Club held: at of Sunrise Murtm 1 Inn<;ounly:it: 6;10 will; p.mon he. I
Port Salerno
.. ...+... from the tcnlyeightr.ollndJlrollper. Djv. with Tuesday Ich I IK
r r----c-; ke n---5--- {Captain Locke; 0.)liig'M. \Nhculon. this dinner will luke the place Worth While Looking At
ol the regular monthly Mttcrnoonmeeting
.. ,+wtty, .t Levington. Mass, ncvcn fool. six- scheduled for 2 ,
m on
Inch sailfish, from the (nM..trealm' ,
th.,it date ut the community room
with C aplain Von K
I J"urd.ln; and Joe Smith. ('hiittnnoo D ot' the first NitiKrtuI Dink. N.ime nUSIM-SS: : FMOPtKIY lilt ft. un" l toned. I'.S. No I. wUh
of anti turther del ills! willhe
d. Tinn. tix-foot. seven speaker UU""o ''I'rr In front I Large (BS binding miltalile for restaurant,
I I inch" sailfish from the "lIilthIII. ; announced" in irtny the he"nuiirfuliiriItcservalionii made hy I lea room, fit\ :.H shop, !gun>gp, coin laundry. Uc' Several' ('USbulldlnip

calling Mrs f Margaret llurggruf. hit'hiding' two room house .Ulratllve! Terms! lo
(i W flick fishing ftOl1I I theCninm.lt .
II," Captain A. A \*\ hit- AT 7 I4ft9. right party

fear( ,iiiujht and released a nix. MARRIAC.PAM'IKAIIONS IlnN;
.Inch sailfish Jun 21 ,
fool. eight....0.----on : 20 A('HfS, with 660/ i 1. paved road fronlnge xcellinl", site for

11"a' Mnciiot the liny Portuguese port( I Jim Wlnfick! Worlft\ mi lo I,hris. nubdiv akin or Irallir purk $1/00, ) per acre. 29% down

the South China const is the i line 111111IIh" of Jert
on Beach. $10.00 IX)\\ N and $10 per month per aire One or more preen,
THE "RIVEKDALE" oldest 'inhabited uropenn: outpost lien
r in the fur Lust It wa a Milled Willis Ue to Grace I Ue Oo|. 1'\\1) ARE'IlA'r with friHilnge on Sfule Road. 76 $1.N90.001'erlll" l

'iakt Three bedroom two bath carport 1661 square feet Under about H57 I den, "bolh of InJiantowrt. .

d ..+ ,, roof kitchen and breakfast. area with built.In rkttric range and a 0 .. c., 1 N'AIAMard".e'/V+ .-- -:
? ; I I.comM Mum: with IllS fl. Roiid $ 95.00
dooH t 9O TEN on loop per acre
'"' oven Complete with fume hood and fan. I Mug rosin urea Real liii SaleExtra

a r recess for matlmuhi opening M fully fiber gluM' screened forth t2 "7 t 'Mt11 AairAae"A _"bo._ Irrnni.

:" o feet by 9 Two bedroom have direct acres M wrrtned porch 0 ItlRFF. BFOROOM, t'IM home, (Hillt-In oven and ningetop; ,

,' I' Genuine Kalian mprbl in guest bathroom (enlral heal pump healing some furniture, nice residential. area. UMV IH)>VN: # and air conditioning. $11,90000.)

Specials Dt'PI..f$8.500 |III the tidal price of thin Iniome properly

lath: "hie In effUleney nicely furnished, conditioned and
$24,900. healed. Urge utility room and carport Rents for $,U.f)" per

week In nelson

i Conventional Mortgage/ Financing $8,600.00

W. J. WEISS Realtor
$600.00 Down $60.00 pet month ,

No Closing! Costs

'Ii'T. 2 bedrooms.... Tile bath Carportahd I U.S. 1 1,13Th61)7 Dial 2873S38Jensen

Utility room. Beach, Fla.
ft fr7IIW / ,
W -

$7,900.00 w

%IMMV & Y,7rr $1,900 Down, No Closing Costs St. Lucie Inlet HarborOn

I Kitclieh-Livirtg l( room corhbihaiidn* HilgC

bedroom, 10 ft. sq. bath, Ni6c locution

TUB "MARTINGALE" I, Interior is Completely New the east side of Rocky() Point,

,s, \ Three bedroom two butts amp dinln. terrace icreened porch
the inlet. the Indian
; t e a d x, a' 2530 *q. fl. enclosed and under roof" Kitchen Includes eating area $$5,600.00 right at Fishing in
y* ,t with pam-thru counter top and fold patio doors exiling onto *ver lzd
severed dining terrace and porch Sunken living room with dining balcony River in
.'- i' ; Distinctive/ entrance foyer IiHtanlanMiPUi Infra"red Miter In 7 Acres **- On I Hardtop Road your own private
t et y master bedroom bath Ummwl garden entry land whh double doors .

!' Private mn tardea off mauler bedroom bath Full mirror over double harbor.
yt""r r bowl vanity In bathroom Bathroom acctw to dining terrace and porch $$5,250.00

I I ? area for complete Uaoor-toBtdoor I Bvlrtg Central heating and airLr'
.: cooditioalng. Waterfront Lot 175 ft. ori the VVateik
Each lot owner enjoys the private boat

$26,900. CLOSING OST ramp, a waterfront park your own con

6500.00$ Down crete pier and many other extras at no

additional cost. Large lots from $2,500 to

Conventional Mortgage Financing 3 Bfcdfoom: Riverfront I Home I $9,200. Only J 10()% down Write for map,

or stop in and see the subdivision. Only

40) lots. Also-a new 2 bedroom l1 t/:. bathhouse

C. B. ARBOGASTRealtor TAYLORASHLEYREAL by David Shenandoah, with the lot,

central air conditioning, etc, $15,000.


Established 1925 Whitehead ROGER /M. SKILLMAN


< 30 COLORADO A VI. fllONB ..UNI Pr6mises It h Now '
SHORES < Attt /No Mdff Complete
+ rUV R
BX CtUM, l k 1I r.at I ... ._ : sat (110)Stuart


tNN D4Rrr Prices Good
fri Thru Sat.

Feb. 8

r Good At Gold Fresh Pitted Alt'
Dates 100-0s.?. ITSugarlpe
Sliced IftdApples
I C.llo a-oerROOD P",. Ji
COPYRIGHT\ 3T01tE> Quantity, ,, \4 *w ,
R'0hl *

Limit 3 Please With Your $5 Order Or More. "NO CENTER SLICES REMOVED -;

ASTOR 1-Lb. $ Lykes Sugar Creek Smoked ,, I
ells "Whole or Full Shank Half"
COFFEE 3 TinsOnly

"Easy Open Can," BUTT HALF ,
s Lb. eI
IB. 49c

SLICED BA' 4j, 0 N
Limit 3 Please With $5 Order Or More. PiUsburyJugs. FLOUR '

Gal.Plastic. 5 U. Pk9- 1-LB.l PKG. 2LB. PKG.

BLEACH 4 .s V b$&rf rfI 3 96'': 7 '

"Stock Up Now! On Our Dollar Sale!

MILK1'i'\ U X Cm. ROAST 39
I ASTOR Cooked, Conn.d.. Skinless. "Whole Holf"or Rib Lb.

PRUNE THRIFTY MAID JUICE *', 3 For PIC N I C S PORK CHOPS "All Center Lb.Cuts" 59c t

APPLE JUKE 4Con Large. 3 For 3 U- c/.. $l, ??

Roll L8. '.
iji LISA BEANS S Con 8 for !:


& BEANS 4 ,.. MM 0<>U.iwitt IIUUU10 IttwH"i: 3 u C'::9: TOP ROUND S TEA K Lb. 8 .
VAN CAMP Cross Rib, Brisket, Shoulder Bottom Round

Vienna SAUSAGE 5 -: | y.CHEESE' ,.lb.l .. 89* BONELESS. ROAST Lb. IeI
FISHER I SPANISH YEL1PEANUTS /EEA I Wllk' tl*>* r.r/N "In.. The New Handy Peckee" 2Lb. Pkg. 5-Lb. Pkg. 10Lb. Pkj.
14.01 Con 3 Cm. ,J..r.T 1. : :.VlaineMix'CREAM 11 Qt.49 GROUND BEEF 89' 1.89 '3,591
DEEP SOUTH Fresh Kosher .W-D Brand U.S.D.A.Grad."A" Dr.& Dr. Quick Frozen 6.10 Lb.Avg. I


]JwplL 3DDIL SpRda.l.L, *
FOOD -: 15 1
Broccoli Spears 5 10.01.Pkgs..'
LIQUID METRECAl Vanilla Butterscotch; Chocolate' 6 Pack $1.79$ .
1 10 Ox.Pkgi.
Birdseye Peas J .
'Pw.r'' 2 For 991ANOWICNFI
T1 &E&kns MORTON'S
$ HONEYBUNS 4pk gWCok. <.
G..d WMlr.d 2- %, 3-
u/ /a e. neo, sFFI /IAcu Golden Ripe mj CAN
!,Ib Nap 54C 5 a. 611. 17tb 1 oa _
9c Vod.N.r e.a '16 ft.r rm a BANANAS
N.Void...;.c....fI.,.:.1y:..,.. :,1 iii.....c......,...... .NNM...eiw.....e. Florida" Vine Ripe Lb. ; SWANSON'S ) JUPERBRAND SHERBET or ( '
:;;-' TOMATOES 2 .
LB> ChickenTurkey SalisburyI
I 9M.JlL 3'2dL1 IZiul (hqthT6IL TEMPLE ORANGES I Indian 8 ] lie Cream
FREE: Stalk Florida Crisp CELERY With Purchase Of River For 49tfjj> TH REE )

BAG Bag DINNER. ;f2HfGis.' .

.\ U.S. No.1 10 Lbe !

:fOrAOIS White Bag 39cEach_ 79c J99'

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., -.- -- w.. ,N!? '...n'ac -R. mow.-" '.
: OWENS Senator I L 'K I .111.11 l J,. I l um'i' ---w., -R Adams IIIf STUART (OlurMa) NEWSIhursdoy
SIRMNG "ITII'ETF.RA.1 Other senators sic John r- ; Proposes ttbruary 6, I 1964 I-C

FLORIDA LEGISLATORS Mathews Jacksonville; Ralph I h I

For Blankest! Palm Beach; : ; a n J l I State InventoryAll Prince Mwjrd Island. is sud lo
a legislator who IS serving
hw first term Representative. Ferrin Campbell. Crestview hive the "drn"'tC.., wikr 'in

liam C (10111I) Owens of Martin Other representative include d .r wt Resources Vnrlh America! = north I ol i Hon, I.
County i is getting important com David Eldridgc. Miami: William t ,w I ill. with .
I .1 i 1 nuxnmim"' ill/uol
mittee appointments. His I latest ONeill Ocala; MallorY Home \t.,.rU.in ol Stall I tom Vlamsli 7d
announced last week. was to a Tallahassee speaker of the House. v piopoxd, .i complete 1 inventors .. degreesBarbara- -. -.-
committee: to study constitutional and William Chanpell Ocala mi ui 1 ill ol I londu. nlllurull'COurce8dl1l1
revision and the mediate I past speaker.The \nn I.Indsey
report to Legislature -
\ \ has called: for authoniii' '
On the committee are a I SF'RFIARIAI.! : !StR\fr(
cither executive or Icgisln
number of veteran Florida legislators first major league nigh t L u\ I Run u comprehensive> I 'r.I.I.. UleiRllnn.
was played in Cincinnati in Tats. NIINrNNNRNinu1'r
IlI'Ime ,u' i the -1.llenalurdl resources andi ? Ivk-l p Him llollx'r.
Chairman of the committee is 11935.
i h i' mlicipiiled public demands fitting.. ,VI 7-4617
''JI"H111l'1I1 no thai Florida can
MopcrK develop to the fullest ca-

Contact ( .e Such' .in inventory h.1hern SEPTIC TANKS
: 'di'' ol f all ol I lorul.i north and
'l's I .iii .1 i line extending between riiWD: & RFP\rnin: :

i dii Kcand the St. Mar>s Riv- DRVIN 1IHDS RIP\IRID
'I i is, a i part of a five-\cur\ study
Y hthe U.! S. Study (onimissionm AM: RE-LAID:

.. Rivers Basins. Adams
tiro Southeast
LICENSED TAX CONSULTANTAT ; Co 'l F1 I' I p. I represented: I ntlrida on this commission .
I Ray Cooke Septic

7.W08 __ T T '. ."..... ,__ .... ,_ 1 I he resourcesand cconomc Tunk Service
OR URIFLt BOX 336, PORT SALERNO: FLORIDA surds >posed hv Adams would
SFRMNG PUNCH: to the guests ol the Smart c I h 'gild ot the secre'tan ol theI I lorul i Division mil Mrv Virgimn Vu/nie president I uiiiilogue:::: pn all of Honda's i I miliinl 1 1I PHONE: AT 7.0651

O __ National Secretaries Association u .I i Iii held Ihnivliv: \, i.\erini) ol the local chapter 1 I HUM, loll: it' iiuhi K iron Jensen I 1urL't'IInlidl'llte the public OR AT 7-986J

"iillltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllj I !! J.m :.< are Mrs Birbura Lmdscv! Mis Ann Rm- Orlmilotdiiors M.IXIIK Penn (.iihcnm; lle-driek .,mil Murg V .m tiioki! !. need through Near 2KM( ). and re-

lommcnd H lime chart: for developing -

--, ) : : ;
: Tltre- Okeechobee Route Plan : l)1l.l-l; : ( ODNSHOK/: I
( ope Garrett udmissions, conn-: John R. Mohlcy. Mur.

5 POPULAR FICTION AND NOVIICIION GVRDtN: | I selor of New Collige, SaMsoti Hoarding I Day Week
Is Presented at Governor's Meeting sons siheduled to appear Iii Martin MonthOlHxIunte
BOOKS CHILDREN'S BOOKS 9 BIBLES COOK\ = i ( aunty High School: on \Vednes- .

I BOOKS DICTIONARIES POPUlAR AND: CLASSICAL! = d.iv: :lei' with information: I suitthe (.rltlllUlaCrl"lI1lll1j&

| RECORD ALBUMS.: = note: Paul Franklin!. growth ot South I 11. Fort Mefheatl of the Okeechobee !. operated! under Ilk some pron.it 'I days .i week with no shut downof ill. bridges ot niiuIN lest 1 hon/onlil open in 19MI.! Dr Arnold 1o\n
| Waterway: Association dimensions: as set I I.'rlh rn Ail ol. the I locks. for lunch or otherwise clearance und MIlive feet: 1 vuli heel, world renowned: hislonun. will 5401) S. federal Highway

I I II !I presented the following three- Congress ol March !. 1 1945. It I is during the entire: hl\l cal clearance: on all lived bridges serve: : on the (acuity during I hi: I Ion Pierre Phone 4A4-337K

I VALENTINE'SE ;: point program lit the recent un- time that this viol,. link betweenthe : hour period en-1 (UI) A minimum of sixlcm: lirsteur. .
null Governors Conference on Gulf Coast mil the Atlantic the need: for these improvements I hours Only continuous I licking
I I Water: Resources Development Coast be brought up lo date the : will\ increase many)'. many I Iacllities I ,.

BOOK & RECORD SHOP | Programs held at Tallahassee; needed: improvements elo not require times over with I the completionof /Now 3 To' Serve \ our Meanly Needs!
the 11 \ast 1 amounts
spending the last link under
[ now wary on
I 329 E. Ocean Boulevard Phone AT 7-0403 | 1 By PULIRNMINPrcsldinl A do-il->'oiirself suimmmg pool
ot Some ol the work has Inland
money: the West Coast Waterwaynear : ..
: ,process has been auardc'd a patent .
ftlllllllMmillllMlllllllllllllllimilllllllimilllllllllllll!!I !!!!.'."' !.!!.'.!!.'.!!.'''''' I I!! !! ''' .'.!!_ !''' IIIIIIIII.I II? Okctchohce WaterwayAssociation the already been ol' completed hang| or is in Venice. 'I I he Okeechohee: Wa- A person using the I"'ocelt.I..ulll .
I process: completed on lerwax needs Ihcimprov.m.nts! : : biter
position a special" in u 'UIIrhhOlp.d :-
'I I he Okeechobee!. Waterway As the upper: Caloosih-ilihee: Rixer to adequately furnish a vital link : cavity and pour ce
SUFFER ,'''OM !,tJCI.atll'nas formed in 1962 by To proceed further uith the united in waterway Inlfic between: the mint! Klvscen the two thin till .
the Chambers of Commerce of improvements will require"" Congressional cast und west: coasts ol Honda.. the liner: with wilier lo bend (the :

,AR'tHRITIC I those communities bordering the action o I I increasing On behalf of our ten: member liner to the mix.
'2'' a I Okeechobee Wakrway The association project: dimensions 'lor minimum Chambers of (ommerec und nil < dnl ., \
\\PAIN iIhe otficiul representative tlel'lhand width 1'ioieet depths as of southern flonlili.0) are requesting

ot these ten Chambers: of established by Congress many; years the following urgently ....
ors. I ago wan only eight 'Kit from the needed
Commerce located on this waterway : improvements

) NIAGARATHKRMOCYCLOPAD a / ) II I and wan brought about in order from Atlantic there to to Fort Punta MMTS KISS.I" ten I and feet: ((1)I) Minimum maintained st,indards RENEW YOUR -'+ ,
1 ;
further the of
to development 'tor the navigation channel of
twelve feet to the (,ulf of ORIVERSLICENSE ,.1
Ii' ,9 the waterway that is so vital to on t twelve feet: depth and I 12* t eel 's'
Mexico 1 Ihe bottom wulih i is restricted DURING row __ L-
(h..t-.nd-m. ...a. pad) ''Ihdr( economy. \Ve are speaking bottom width .
I Chambersof I to eighty! 'tut 11mo 1 BIRTH MONTH ....
on behalf of these! ten : ((2)) The immediate esliblish-
MIp rU.-. *!.. ./ I Commerce. places ._--- _.-

"'II, I The latest report of the U. S. Therefore, our lirst :need in' improNcment : EVERY TIME A
is u mininuim I main I GA STORAGEWAREHOUSE
Army Corps of Engineers covering : -

.. -,,-,"---"' the waterborne commerce: data lamed project; depth ol' twelve FOREST
< /0< led with minimum ol 125 feet
a I
W for Honda waterway,
bt...........1.."..., ..beset.ARTHRITIS i that no waterway: in all of Florida bottom width across the: enlne I II !
curried more "local" tonnage thun I waterway When l'reo:1I1ork is I II RliETBURNED the Salon
Storage by
i I II Beauty ;
the Okeechobee Waterway In total I completed on the upper ( aluovihalchee You ;
overall tonnage the Okeecho- : it will have a depth I l
twenty two (eel from Moore H.JI I DayVcck
curried 350XH ,
bee -
Waterway : over
Heat and massage have lone been among the most widely accepted I Iraf- en to Diaiilitul 1 Islmd clove. Fort I
( tons, surpassed only by Month'car
and recommended aids in relieving minor pains of arthritis,bursitis I fie: on the St Johns River and Merhul there arc no provisions I UUNKRISIOIItRSIJS! Open( Monday 1Q U OU.\ BLVD
rheumatism, fibmutai,lumbago,and related ailments The Niagara or plans for the increasing of) the
Ion t the IntracoaMal Waterwayfrom USLU! IURMIUKK; & NHL. \>AI:ION
Therm )' Ioped oven oA !wet nd message in a flat comfort- depth front this point in the ( utf.1
MAIL able pad to lit on,Boon.bn ara1nat .. use all over the body. I : This.I'ernandjnaturbot.represented an increase toi Miami I This purt of the waterway from : i ,AfPUiNCKHA GOI.mN1): : F. I I PAULINE !SKNihruSulurduy! PHONE 2B7-445J

.COUPON fOR FREE BOKLETrwN.NNNwN.NrYrNNNMNNR f-W. of almost 20.()XX()() tons over t h eprevious Beautiful Island to Punta Kassais !! I .
.N .. where is needed of -------------- ----- -- -' --- --- --
it most : its
but these figures do -- -
:.:::: year I
Niagara Box S35, Port Salerno, .1,.. now.
I not tell the whole story because IiI <
1..RIIlIIIN Ii.IrN. I the lower Caloosuhatchee: River In addition to the minimum r'
.. sand m. 1'111111: 1 .hnnkll ...ih full birnnnalins. j... howIh alone carries vast amount of nHlinldllletltuntlurd\ for the navigation I I :
/ '. ... ..
NNNNrs Masi .r"8.t rl..d .11. Rah 1 ea1NRRd
IrnRhMR.ddrRR water traffic in shrimpers, trawlers channel!, we must have seta I Announcing //appointment of
:\..... I barges etc l which ii unaccounted minimum criteria: lor vertical '
for in the official ligurcs and horizontal bridge clearances( (
I Jut one company alone last year of no less! than ninety teat horizontal NETTO CONSTRUCTION INC./ h re
our. xaa. aal. fenders, and
I brought in to fort Myers over between no ,
'"inIani, 0:1011.10: Therapy iv,p. tH8"t ... 160000 I ) ()( tons of oil by burgei less: than sixty-five feet! verticalon 1 .
--- -
t I However the Okeechobee Waterway fixed: bridges It has been: twenty as your authorized
-live years since a bridge of less a
i outdated in '
is many respects
i NIAGARA OF STUART than ninety feet horizontal clearance
and its limitations are a ser franchisee Builder for modern
: has been built on I he Okecchuhcc rf.
"LOCATLD IN lllfc BEAUTIFUL MVNAILE I\URI A" ious handicap to Hi continued : Waterway but recent developments j t

BOX 535, PORT SALERNO A'T 7-0050) I ,:moth. This waterway has not brought ulwut, by the : Edward M. MittoUETTO
with the of Ihe Florida Stile. Road
______ ___u__ ________- -_____ -kept--pace-- economic. request I used STRAN-STEEL BuildingsORGANIZED
----- ---- -- to i install I
Deportment: a
, ''1'ttn r < bridge at Fort Dinaud of 1 less than AWARDED
I ninety feet clearly I'Olnlout that
the minimum criteria as set forth

LET f must be established now. t I FRANCHISE (-

To further the growth t>f I hoOkiechohcc

Waterway we reed: Edward M. Netto president
to establish i longer locking hours
of Notto Construction: Inc.
at our three and soon to be four' ,
Vero Death hat been named
t! controlling locks. A number of
Blakely'sHELP w I : the authorized Stran-Steel
yean ago the locks were operated
., on a t\\enly-four-hollr. around! the Franthiaod Builder for this

clock scheduleViih: the steady I I
t17/ H i, increase each year m the amountof IIII of the franchise was
I commercial and pleasure water announced by Charles R.

YOU L1 ) 1 trailic. the present locking McDaniel, president of
i \ schedules are enlirelye mad quatc.I Stun. .Steel Corp. of Houston,
< I the most frequent complaint is
t Ttxas, manufacturer of quality
i PLAN YOURWedding I I'I 1 i'+ this restricted locking schedule;. Stran.Steel buildings.
Then I ore. we arc requesting the
\ i'\ establishment of a minimum ot sixteen TO PLAN ERECT AND Netto Construction: has
bnen a leading builder of
hours daily, continuous: lock
ing facilities This would be two { FINANCE YOUR NEXT BUILDINGNow commercial Industrial and
for 13:
--- -- public buildings years.

it with the appointment of this new Stran-Steel franchised Builder here In your The company .Is presently

h AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE area, America's finest looking buildings are yours for the asking. completing the 9760,000 Martin -
I County High School at
\ I II Your new Stran-Steel Builder Is an independent businessman who has been carefully! Stuart Beach.

I to'To I' selected to give you the best possible service in all phases of building-from planning The firm erects annuallymore
I and designing right through the construction and financing And only from your
have and to hold ; ft, worthof
,;. Stran-Steel Franchised Builder can you get a selection of over 2500 building sizes than $U Million
You'll always remember the beauty enchantment ;a. J j I to fit your needs exactly. Highest quality design It engineered Into every structural new conntruction: and i*
I detail of Stran-Steel buildings by a staff of registered engineers You have a choice well known along the Control
and fun of being a BLikely : n 'J of ten factory-applied colors for walls and rat Stran-Steel economy is the result of Florida east conxt.

f I for EVERYONENO amortizing engineering costs over thousands of buildings and utilizing the most efficient I. Netto founded the con
And will the
no one ever forget
g d t
mass production techniques. Fast construction results from building parts that struttion concern in 1950. He

way you looked that da)! wjw ( are precision designed to bolt together quickly on the job site. has been in the construction

I 1 I Your Stran-Steel Franchised Builder is backed by years of research and developmentthat field for 21 years. During

.>.f have produced a quarter of a million job-engineered buildings You can put World War II, ha served in
confidence in him. Call today. naval aviation.He .
Complete Bridal scTvice. Bridesmaid and i
.is a member of the Ex

mother-of-the-bridii dresvt and accessories, \ '.1 -- change Club Vero Beach;

ti Serra Club, Indian River

I : area; American Lesion Veteran
i TURNDOWNS aR t r j 1'-1: 1\ > of Foreign/ Wars and
WEDDING GOWNS from $5995 '
I : : : .: t' the Elks
.l\.lI 1I
"Our key personnel have
a combined: total of 178 yearsof

t A WANT TO K>OW MORI I experience in commercialand

CALL NOW industrial construction"

Netto said. ton is one of our

I St n el! most The valuable franchise assets.territory extends

Blakely's throughout Indian River

wbr t 1 Martin, Okeechobee and I

UETTO CONSTRUCTION INC. St. LucIe aunties According
AGENCY to the Bureau. of the Census
'( I ",
"Prestige At Popular Prices" "if yr; ;
AT 7.3262 II 1171 Owls A/inus Yes loch,, Florida t these counties comprise an area
1120 .5-.I'' '1 213..JI I ; of rapid population growth'
N. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce ; .d9! KRUEGER:: BLDC. SWARf I t' M2-807, Arts 90S aDd business development.RF'PRFSENTV.TIYE .

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2-T STUART (Tla.) NEWS Thursday., Ffhnmn, 6. 1964 TIRJRSDAY-Continoed SATURDAY.-C/Mlltoued I SUND,\T--Continued em.'r ,0.w. pyrMPpRrRpar r :( .,.i"i: "() r T' .

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in modern oJuenilion \q .
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hool .I si t.in were the | ,
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.1a ,11 I Par er I lei entary School: 4s ,.,,I"I 10, IIII ,,,, I
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Parent! T\.acrur Association" meet ,,,.. ., .
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'HU Usi "'eclJI the school: /, \ I ,. ,.,' ..10'I '. I''IIHearing'" a.I.I.. I
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lusi how nnortaiit." visual aid \I.II." ..1...,"I.IFa. ,. .II..I a.'"""I
in 'ii "Alnrtm ( ounlv schools win I'h'1'I I'I I I'
pointed out i'. rher in the U.ty at 'rp ass n I.nI'Irrall I I I"

nieetmi! it 1 (he Stuart Kiwanis slot 1",."'". .
r; r < Uih hv lack smouse. general 1 cotnlmiloi 1 "I'h h1aw, .I ,,0\\ '"I. '

,it M,!irlin County High(! ,I,:. \I ,I II ,, ,
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School who c slim tied! visual i aidqiiipnii.nl

nail hang used hyunmlv t I
,; schools .it SSQ.INNI.() ()( ) .'. ,

Much ot, thi"+ "quipmenl was. Kl lip I Aids
rn Smouse ,111.1 tcaehen lit Parker
School tor rII i i\H to soc and! it All :\/.FIR
proved in IIII resting evening for Rl'HIM) t \R
Ihr sonl11 1 who attended, 'I mmss::

I the ihspl", sun h\ parents BOGY i\rf
a Included .1 i r> nk >globe> / and hunk I ."."'". A So..lr. Fm All Mtkw
t map on vtruh children pin the
__ countries of ilu world: an adieus: MStlVI AIOS' and their importance in modern day leaching occupied this group! ot' women 111 tin lOlls/Icon
geometric figures; magnetic and Purker Elementary School ITat a recent meeting, ('llsckwiseure: Mn. Allih Kindred Mrs R MI,,iMJ

flannel ho.iriU for the placement. 1.J Nourse MM, J.nut Jerdeinan.. Miss Agnes Proper Mrs, frcssie Motion. Mrs Judy Junes, and Mrs / IH ....CKCll IMIIII
of object in rJilion to each olhor Minnie Well
,, health I I
an consen ,111m tray: .. _
Horn Appclnlm.nli
: farm word builders -- -- --- --- HO I SM6
thirls -
an m
: .1.1:itti. slit HUMr: ': 10* 0..,,.. A... Ft '......
microscopes: ; protectors: ;; mil \\hilis, potatoes wire once hI ,'- I rr..,,... In, AARP.NUT*
flash curds ti r audition suhtrucdon ( Fewer Fires .
on MUM I, !:
nuilt and division .
plie lion I IS I I'll: IUTI1II" '' % SHHN
.iilr., ,In h...r>*b\ anon. ,hill Ihrun.Hn.IRlieu
Other di pl.its" were: Indivilunlthcrmonielcrs Protected LandIn I mini-c, I U h,' ii".1.1"HI.I '
a I ,science desk: thermatat u'1hapler I | UOil. I.Dun : r'I"k 'II;:''Mil: /:njov the U inter SeawnHiti
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lid. :seam, ,ni" tutu. wid 1 rriilxK r till IMe I
: count larnis) : count I if the l'lr'tlll i' mi I III ml aVt"w/ "Dott
dcr: add-a-coiml: cardboard Clock: the Past Year roe Mirlln t'n"no! ', .FWriAn uinnr u from
,"III f 11' i .t of pulill I0 ii,tin if
toy money: discs: 1'111'11hC1i1 inn; :noll.f, Ui rU: Illl.nlx! :: nii: ,, : Ii:
\\FAIHIR: MVP and weather: instruments were eye-<:chert( at the Parker School' isuil aids ex charts: vu uhcr and u ret mil- Fewer lore tires. less acres .": PARK PLAZA
list from Mrs (1I1tI'on'l't' IKH "l; (Wit M; VI
hihit looking ut the map .is Mr! Dm McClure ano aiuchlci: i inda mended rciding burned" was' .i '"mmarof Plor "NNT\TI) I
llirel Orniiml; Parker Ihruiiin, 11.10"'h""' 'h ar will ouunao,. InIi .r HPUTTY SAION(
tilts forest! lire picture for IVM\. ".|".>... n_ n l"II'I".hit.. I I""III. .
Teachers i Ilkmg' port in the program bu.iurwe' In
inclu.ed11! I \\ Agnes Proper compared with the year before nor Itl".11.rlll.'II..1, Mirlln alonn 1'1), nr, hh.I ihilllv 317 W l)('IN' 111.\1), .H 7.28311
1! In ,11\ hll.I l
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.r Mr Tressu Morton Mrs Vir- according to Slate Forester C II. ue..rr"inrilpH\n IIS.11 I!, VIII'HIunu: 0\\MR> (;.IOK.IV; II\RI>\\ lC'KI
8 pirn i Brock Mr Ruth Philp, Mrs. Coulter, miii J, inn SHI: or HUH i, i'iniiltt '
Mildred Uumich, Mrs Amy l'mrv, ... mil. 'HIM Vlore, nrr,, no "hro' |prr-. Orf.RTnRS11.1: \ 1IIM\S( nKBRIR'NTPR
lust' year A9HI I forest' fires i Inlr.ir.I.d I t In old I I hI.ln."' I
Mr Doroiht Delieh and John Mi" i Ity \ I r'. IqI'SI-ll):
\\oodall Students also purticipit" burned 8XXH( acres of bruIt e.,1, J., httl'NhlttPub. hub..: I ,t1, Inns I RFCEFIU NIS'rt RMIY II\RDICK'AA
: J"" 23 111I : : :
ed in explaining i i the di'rlds. forest land During l2 I a total =:::-:::= :--u :;::: ,
I II liMit forest fires burned :262,1(41 m n 'n''mrmTIr \T nnonnonnYnvnYnjnlnlniu; '' ; ');f I;Ilillil; "i''n A i'' A A;" ""if', **?.
Keller Informs acres, Coulter mud

I I Vets on InterestAs tires Coulter arc (for e\rlaincd the i filly, .that four Ihe protectc fill--

I count es und! do not include i I II
the tax return M.IISOII gels I
tires which occurred in those counties FIRST
into swing. the VA i is receiving not nerved! hy Floridt forest
numerous inquiries% as to what. if
I Service fire control units
veterans benefits payments ,
must any be reported as income on tax loridas, forest industry u now
returns, John W. (Keller, Martin" i sallied! in e'lce.of 513HINNINNI() ( ) ( ),
County iud today Veterans Service officer, Kith\curly lopping the Olll'.hlllf wholes billion income donors alone I MORTGAGE |ft

Keller expl.lined that only the
?sa interest I earned bv dividends left ,
\ on deposit with VA. and not the the rotunda ol the tinned I
dividends themselves, ito he cu muttered States (upitol was' a no m m's land
o income Many veteran In early days I because neither CORP. I
have requested! the VA to hold Hiaiw nor Scnalu would' assume I Irehl'onihllllY II

isvr their dividend! to earn interest t for it, I'eilellen moved ,
I p. and or to he used) to insure non- in Visitors could buy tipple'
+' lapse of their "policies in event of perky or corn iihellcrs, or view
I lute premium payments( II i panorama 1 of Puns for V). cents OF STUART
Other veterans benefits I h u 11 I Ia I '

I r tax-free include: Disabilitycompensation DRAPERY
and pension educa
lion and training allowances, C

veterans tistence receiving illowunces vocational for di lIh-1 MATERIALS COMPOUNDED

me grants on homes for "wh,
chair living," grants for motor New Savings Fur Ymi During 5c3f0 QUARTIiRLY/! sfI
6 a vehicle for physically handicapped I
X.r Our February (Built) Smile
/ velcr..nund death! benefits I
paid to \ul"\livort I II ((25 yards ur morel

/ I In expl,lining why insurance I Over 25 New }
II' dividends are not considered in.
come. Keller pointed nut Ih.it. since I Spring Numbers

the death rate among Cil policy i, I ON INVESTMENT 1 CERTIFICATES |
holders continue to he lower than All Fresh Stock
All IMF SCIENCE DISK, Mr and Mr, John Tonilmson and son Barry cheeked the equipment the rile upon which the premiums
used for experimentation of chemicals The visual aid exhibit war at Parker Elementary Sehool acre origin illy established, by law, I : SOc() Yd to $1.70 Yd. S FLORIDA. RI-SIDHN'IS[ I! ONLY g
the unneeded portion of I the : ,
premium payments is returned 10.. PluliiN mid I'rlnlK' a East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart sjg r L
ihe polio holder, |I'' We'll Slake Your DraperyYou -

Make 't III or Give ATlantic 7-0122()
A transistor instrument to ex '
hem I lu Someone Use in Make.

truse i devised muscle",that hy some can he waves used haswen on',:' I I1Irile Kirsch Rods Installed i Corner Atlantic Ave and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce ?#jf jfa

leg muscle und small eye 1'1''' HOuard 1.31(10,
nusclcs When the nuchmc's low i Stuart's of Stuart
urrcnt: is turned on It causes a I JO 2.2300 Vero Beach g
1945 20th Street -
2 -
muscle to contract. When the cur : 223 I. keen AI 7.0344Sfuarl

urns eni is to turned its natural off the stale muscle, re tWW3t> wv w mt mmru ww W t tWW ----a-
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FEB. 9 AT 3 P.M. ON RT. 76

I HORIDSIIHI.S! are always of interest ,to nearly everyone. Looking at the shell collection at the
Parker School exhibit and the accompanying butterfly and beetle exhibit, are Mrs, Hiram Swam and

a daughter, Martha


t 1I I Composer of the sentimenlally The egg came before the chick. The home sewing boom shows l

southern "Carry Me Back to OldVirgmny I en Birds are an offshoot of reptile in pinking; shears tales It is estimated

James A Bland was I Mock that was laying eggs millions that 20 per cent more of
I of African descent and was born of years before the first prehistoric them were 'sold in 1963 than in 622 COLORADO AVENUE Ample Free Parking DIAL AT 73443Importance

bird! flew, 19/)2
in niufauifi,.NI Y.

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>tttari fews ERNEST"' MOMS' COLUMNs

URFL'dtUAR6, 1964 Metal Signs on

Published every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard, Eagle Trees
Stuart, Martin County Florida

Entered u second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florid .
NeedIT ,



AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS good idea for conservationists to have metal

signs made: "Eagle Nest Tree Against I aw
affix them level on
to Remove and at eye
LARON H. CAIN Advertising: Manager i <
the known bald eagle nest trees in Florida

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida $4.50 per year, two yean .

850. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) PARADOXICALLY this section where

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $$.00 per year, two YellS $9.50, the movement to protect the bald eagle gained.

Sit) months $275, three months $1.75. such Impetus, his seen three nest trees downed -

Foreign and Canadian rates on application in the past year-and probably not a one of

them was a "willful !and knowing act" that it

was against the law.

New Martin High School to BenefitAll THE. TREES have been downed by bull-

closer operators in the course of landclearingor R

With Gym as a New AuditoriumWhen canal-digging asked operations this department One leading: "Don'tthey conservationists I M" f I 1 ssMaz) r" ? aI

read? After all the publicity that has

local residents get their first glimpseof Both Thomas L. Crook superintendent of been in ill. the papers, don't they know" I

the new Martin County High School at schools and James C. (Curt) Woodall principal am afraid that the answer is no. The men
of Martin County High School, have already doing the actual land-clearing may have been t 1
Sunday's dedication ceremony we believe it gone on record as being willing to have in the county) only a few months If eagle
will have tremendous their minds.
impact on
the fine gymnasium and commodious Mage nesting trees are to be pre\CrveJ-and they are
Not only is it an amazingly fine educational
used! for community purposes Already over- protected by federal and state laws'-then there
structure but also! it will lend itself to benefit
tures have been made to stage a professional must be !some plain visual "don't touch" warn
entire community. musicial presentation before the current sea ing on the base of the tree.
We can all be proud of this modern school
son is over. The only thing Crook and Woodall -
building. Even in this day and age when had do far Is bald! e se
have not time to so work BEN FRANKLIN did not like the 1.
poses of boredom and indifference are assumed out what the cost) will be of "hiring the hull" eagle--he called it a carrion eater and a that vrs

we believe that most students will truly We are not urging all and sundry to joinin -and wanted to make the wild turkey the

appreciate the Improvements to be found in a mad race to sec who can pester the principal national bird. Fortunately better heads pre
the new plant. We are sure that the faculty
first and most! to use the gym We are, vailed and Old Baldy won out as the national
too will be happy to work under new conditions -
however pointing out that there will soon be emblem, with one set of talons holding! a bundleof
the opportunity to have touring choirs instrumental arrows and the other an olive branch. )
i y'y': But what strikes us most, however, is the groups dramatic groups, lecturers and .

\ effect that the new building should and can the like stop over In Martin County and facean YES THE EAGLE will eat dead fish, but
have on Martin County residents, whether or
audience whose size really represents the r.
from at
far swooping on
prefers a
not they have children who will benefit directly support available for such attractions headed home witha
from the school. Attend the dedication ceremony on Sun- some hard-working osprey M\V HIGH SCHOOI PLANT FROM AIR SR 76 IN FOREGROUND Photo, by Ruhnke
hears the keen
fat mullet. When the osprey
For many yean there has been a demandfor day afternoon See what the new school has
whine of the eagle's dive it drops its fish- ----- ---- -------- -- -- - -- -----
a capacious auditorium in Martin County to offer. See that children take advantageof ing
your hits .
and the eagle invariably catches it before it ', .
Cultural growth in a growing community has the extra facilities. And, take advanage of the '.;" '<1'{
been blocked because there has been nowhereto them yourself. .ground S rot rlc ,: t ,

stage cultural events for large audiences, except One thing more The new school is not tEnE
for the too-short period when Elliott In Stuart. Ills in Martin County. Its name OCCASIONALLY-usually in the late
: Museum was available to handle a sizeable is Martin County High School. Remember to spring-there is a gathering of eagles. each:

crowd.: call it that whirling in great circles high in the sky. As MRS. SKI"":LI ON IS
t many as fifty have been noted in these aerial, GKUHUL 10 AI.L
circuses when eagles were lore abundant tha:
--- Editor Stuart News
: they are now. Occasionally wood ibises and :
This is an open later to i h e
: bald eagles join in these performances people of Martin Counlv
Remember About Famed Flowering
I How wonderful to I 11 i v r ma
WHAT IS CAUSING the decline of the community such as ours! From ,allover

Trees When Landscaping New U.S.1 eagle population? There seem to be two Martin County gracious messages s
., \ \ factors: (I) a diminishing number of the tall have come expressing concern ,
i i pines in which eagles nest (and :2). ) possible for Vernon since the recent

In the proposed beautification of U.S. 1 Ocean Boulevard M> striking in the spring sterility caused by eating fish which have been plane crash here Words are inadequate v

II through Stuart it might be well for the sponsoring and the white ones that look like orchids, and poisoned with some of the new insecticides. of gratitude to in express our hearts the for feelings your

committee to remember that Stuart is the red ones; Ed can supply their Latin names many kindnesses. AS long as memory -
\known all over the world for the flowering Since the various species bloom at different THE BALD EAGLE is not the only species lives, I shall continue lo remember .
trees from the tropics Introduced to South times of the year It might he possible to work threatened by Florida booming development the comfort and! encouragement ,

Florida by Ed Menninger. out a succession of species so that there would The ivory-billed wjHjdpccJyir is said to be ej- that your presence your
} Whatever landscaping plan I in adopted for always be some exotic type in bloom In the tint, although there are recurrent reports thata visits, cards, flowers inquiries, "
the median !, there most certainly should median and other expressions' of love .
i strips strips few pairs survive in some of our most isolated gave ,
1 be included Home of the beautiful trees that It is our chance to make a remarkable Impression The pileated woodpecker to Vernon to Ronnie. and to me ,J ), ; av,
were brought here by the "Flowering Tree on hundreds of thousands of motor- cypress. a hefty bird but smaller than the ivory- for Most of nil, I want to God thank you fi ,{ "f
to m our
Man. ists passing through We hale to admit it, but your prayers -< 'foI.,
t billed is running: afoul of trouble by pecking behalf. '
I' You know those with the golden yellow even more people are interested in natural ; : 4- ;
at the poles traversing formerly !'Y'
away power Vernon is improving daily His ,
I flowers and the pink ones that make East beauty than are interested In fishing ,
Linemen shoot them r
isolated s
swamps face will be somewhat scarred but *. r i 0
much had first .
not nearly as as we 'i' 1

: IT IS A mathematical certainty that there thought Through the skilled hands .. ,, Af, ,. ::1' .
J will he terrific attrition in the of the surgeon God his really ." '(It. .k; '"
has been and :.. 'A"; .
No Please Uncle Sam Slay Out of Cyprus manatee tribe because of the high-powered worked. a miracle on Vernon'sface. i. :: ; : ::: .. .. .
I ; The care received at Martin ._;: .:. ... .._ -_ -- -
inland waters.
outboards that now use our
Memorial. has been
Hosplil won-
We've Been Humiliated by Too Many Teenies Even in the days of sail "bumping a manatee"was derful. For all that has !been done CARVER: GARDENS GROUNDBREAKING; Ernest t W. Edwards. principal of Stuart Training
a common occurrence, and many were by so many we are indeed thankful School tosses the traditional shovel-load of earth at ground.breaking ceremonies for the new Carver
killed by the propellers of slow launches Gardens Junior-Senior High School at Port Salerno recently. With him are Henry G. Kindred right,

t We understand that the U.S. is considering Zanzibar oust U.s. diplomats at gunpoint and slow outboards It is truly great to live m a community chairman of M.irtin County School Board, and Thomas L. Crook superintendent of schools

where friends join hands __ _
\ intervening in Cyprus Panama bums U.S. flag and breaks off n
Please don't, Uncle Sam that island is too relations WilY? Because the manatee, progressing and hearts and help to share eachother'
; with us, demanding we give them Is and rolling on he the glory great things He hath It is irnoic that the United intellectual has been for the most
small for us. If we have learned anything in the Panama Canal Cuba confiscates all down a bay constantly rising thata burdens! done!! States should have been foundedby part either an outsider a servant
recent years, it should be: the smaller they lire, U. S business holdings and demands we pull the surface 1 would be willing to wager and Out of this experience we sing Sincerely.Mrs. intellectuals; for throughoutmost or a scapegoat.-Richard Hot I

the worse they treat us. our Navy base off the island the more good many of the unexplained upsets with the hymn writer "To God Vernon Skclton of our political history the stadter1HE .
with "unknown submerged objects"in
we help South Vietnam the worse its loses to .
have -- ---- --- ---- -
the Communists the St. Lucie during the past few years
She's Numbered for Life been when fast outboard hit slow manatee
No, leave Cyprus alone Our record of ...
With Dividend Check successful dealings!! with insignificant entities ,'
a the ; ,
has "
has been too disastrous to take on another THE CREATURE gotten 'D\. "
greatest break toward survival in the past t .
: Detroit (Mich) Free PressA one
few years has been the diamond-backed rattle-
lady on our street got a check the other snake. Until a few years ago it had only the

day It was a semi.annual dividend from a gopher tortoise hole as a refuge. Now the arm-
t mutual company in which she owns stock How About 'War Against! adillocs have come along by the thousands;

At the bottom of the check was a box for Economic Irresponsibility?' they burrow, too, and their dens! have become
: her Social Security or Internal Revenue Serv- rattler refuges.
ice number On the back of the check, above We hear a lot about government spending .

: the space for endorsement was a note saying and deficits but, actually, economic common CREATURES survive mostly through the *e w

the check would bounce if no number was in- sense begins In each person. ability to adapt to change-and change becomes ,

: cluded. For personal happiness It is more important faster swings! to greater extremes, as

;; The lotlys father called the Treasurer in to have your own financial affairs In civilization advances

her behalf and asked for a number. He was good shape than it is to worry about government .

',1 told that since she had never worked for a finances.We 1 HE BLACK BASS fishing on our upper vo

living she would have to fill out Form 3227, hate to suggest a new organization to rivers I is as good an example as any. It used
which would be mailed. add to the multiplicity of organizations, ill- to be that even !after several years of drought!

Form 3227 has such questions as the name ready in each community but it is possible you could find! good bass fishing at the headwaters -

the uses in work or business, the name she that a group teaching economic common sense of North and South Forks Now as PiJ
I was born with, the parents full names Living to individuals is even more needed than all more of the natural drainage has been "canal ( r ;
: the others ized; it is probable that the brackish water J
or dead assorted other questions, and the usual put together ,.'. ,i ar ar'r
squares marked Do Not Write In This Space. It could assist! those economic idiots who reaches farther upstream than ever before t *
These were all filled in except for the one constantly spend more than they make, even and the bass: fishing is poor even in the headwaters I

calling for her usual sign iture. Since the lady though they make more than the average, are ,
u illiterate, her father signed for her. always just one jump ahead of the installment J yi Yyp
So now the lady aged four, has a num- collector and live lives of hell because they LOWERING of the water tables has. placed .
ber that will stick with her all her life. And have not learned how to handle money an Impossible barrier for the fish populations ,'. -

the government has a record of the fact that, sensibly of the small backwoods ponds; they go dry

twice each year, in July and January, she gets While President Johnson! is talking about and even when they fill with water again thereis

a check for 25 cents. And no deductions "war on poverty" we proffer the suggestion no stocking until a hurricane comes
that he might find even greater response in a along and inundates the country. Then seed
1 war against economic irresponsibility stock from a few of the deeper ponds migrates

So there's no longer a surety that all of our
All photographs reproduced in The Stuart '
small ponds hold fish; in fact, four out of five } 4 4
News are by staff unless
otherwise credited.The New Men's Garden Club do not.

Strictly Working Deal
ANY WAY you look at it. the conservation! :

Formation of a Mens Garden Club in picture is a slow retreat; a defensive action

i l' Stuart seems to us a good idea In fact if the There are a few bright spots. The sea otter, .
s Stuart News will furnish photo prints matter were pursued, it might be found that the sandhill cranes and the lusting swan have
of sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture there has been a man or so behind most of made recoveries Whether the whooping crane
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 the heavy work in our most successful gardens will make it is still in doubt, and the trumpeterswan
for the first print and $1 1.00 for any additional! !
The organization we are informed is to be is on the danger list
t print ordered from the same negative at the strictly an "old clothes shovel and wheelbarrow .

I same tune', larger sizes by special quotation deal: aimed at beautification of the d

i Stuart News employees will not take photographs community Physicians have segregated the diseases! : of apr rF,

except for the news and advertising What? No flower shows no teas no stylized dirt. In a few more years we will find them

columns of The Stuart News arrangements of flowers, ferns and driftwood classifying the diseases that come from noise.



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.-. .- I lulu I to Tislui I blura1'oiiI! / t HIT STUART ,",.,'!.*!) NTHs .Thm, :,1m: rvbniwr A 1964 5-C
Junior Gardeners .. .. .
Cub Scout Pack 115 Has Fel- I
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JUPITER NEWSMRS. : -;--'--: -- -- ,
Mr. and! Mrs. Jack. Wolle summer .

ANNA 1964 Charter Presented Gave Two Trees residents of Ironton Ohio, I.. "" .< '.
MFNEAR Correspondent Phone 746-4643 are spending the winter at choir
"The Ciretn l.rl'rnlin," Junior home on Beacon Lane in Jupiter
I I m aa asxBCraarlBrsatrrpslrrMSelJoanne I
JupiUrs Cub Vout; Pack on the Cub Seoul stockade: luirden tilth (gnv t\., lit wiring Inlet Colony

Ford in First Place held) ,Is monthly meeting at "''I"mis Pirk vis nude to the trees. a i Bauhima.ulegdl! and ufabcbuiu
JupiUr.Tequest.i Junior C I i Argi.nl i, ti tlif Jupiter Worst has been rceeixed by Mr, ,
Work the stolkade has
on :
: I' school and Mn. Paul Hunks that their
building 27 The m I School for planting i n the
marked fh'en.e of the 'd steadily it. a result grounds on Arbor pas on, Paul Jr, who is a junior i at rt

Fifty Projects at charter year %J, The 1964 faithiul. work father-son The Bauhinia was donated lo Florida. State University. has: madeIhe

ter \I'u'officially presented to the juniors by \\ilson Palm Garden dean list Paul is also athletic t
awards earned by the director of his business fraternity
Pack its the of
bv new sponsor( Nursery Jupiter ind Hobe
ter-Hohc Sound Kiwanis C' during January were: Bear Alpha Kappa Psi
: Michael Andersen, Mi- given i '
The Science Don institutional
FairJupiter Fuuchcr ,
Miller and John Freeman: bliss Keith Bartlev ol Fort I
tentative mad, the pre<;tnldllt badges: Charles Freeman, the "Gremlins"are hUh grid Laudeixlale spent list t weekend
Under the direction of D Shelor Philip Zychow crs and their sjSonwir is Travelers I with friends on Pcnnock; Point
School Mothers Pat Crooks and Palm Garden I Club. rhea meet on Mrs May Winter I loxahitchce
Science Fair i Molecule MoJU Fred Derr Jeffrey Wool [
thin I O Neil, Dens 6 and 7 I the fourth Tucsd ot each month Drive enter!.lined at luncheon in .1
showed more ; fifty projects Third place went to Ross Daly ( Bill)' Corner) and Lion
some of which have been understudy for an electric motor project and i an audience of approximately re"M Tommy Fistndgc in the fifth grade d'room. Miss! Birtleys honor em SaturdiyMr h

for several years. Joanne the fourth place was won by Sue skit scouts heralding and parents the new with a lIJ and Sitter Arrow points Mrs \\illum I UMIS. Philidel and Mrs, Carl Jenkins have
f'ord.ihooC "Bacterial S t u d Johnson whose "The year hia Olive, chairman and Mrs
yProject" project was earned b\ Mike Anderson
'I The "Den of the Month returned from Terre Hiuie. Ind.
was a first place winner Human Eye. Joseph Lang, Tcquesti Drive Mrs
tem pole. was relinquished\ by Landrum: liary Rolison! Mi where they visited Mn Jenkins
has spent many semesters" on this Mr Wills. of the science faculty 6 and awarded to Dens 2 and Miller, Philip Z>'chowski. (innn.ir Meul myraeht! Lox a ,sister Mrs.V. A. MT road. and
work She will represent Jupiter was the chairman for the event This is the first time since Derrv Rickey Brewbakcr hate:hie River Olive. and Mrs Mr. MorvtMHl

High School in the district and judges included Victor Shott introduction of the award ONeil. Kenneth Scott, Theodore Kersey Center Street, --- --- -- -
test at Fort Pierce on March :con-I! assistant principal; Carey Bussellvocational is based on attendance.. Dw>'cr, Alan Moschcn. Jcf are co-chnrmen The twelve-mile Sniplon\ tunnel I
Second place winner was director; Mrs. Nellie and neatness. that it has bee WooUlagle and Steve Albin. onT young people plan to work in the Swiss Alps required eight
Bond, whose protect was stump gardens, M,I iv baskets ,
Lucas. Mrs Ralph Stephan, Roy shared bv two dens pins were presented to years to build.Smoke'
Heddon Alvin Buttcrficld and.II White, Billy Bites!, Art and other exhibits for the annual --- ----- ---- ---- -
-1.iW\L---w\.:, m' < t;\ih;; r The Pnewood Derby will i
Flower Show in
William Gibson, held on Feb 29 it was .. and Billy Pierson. Mirth A work. Say* 4
ship will be held at the community
vn'I'IO IK 1ST MIOV Tit I .
ed and the Blue and Gold Robertson as inducted
UK.IS'II-It: M< III KM II \ IslE twin\ on Feb 29 at 10 I.m.i JUST A DRIPPER: Urn plastic gadget resembling a jellyfish
\;.>ll h'r l IN hereby I nlMsn that the 1, BAND: ROOSTERS ARE quct on March 7. A program the Pack.
mil" i'.lirn, <> ( err 211x61( : 1-awn or F'tnl Ida, IltRFNI: ) DltK: @ f3fJl1JJ1(
'I''I; uf Iftll, Mill reieteter, oath: the The Bind Boosters are working frailer Park Jensen Beach Siimltiltirrnvn' oil Jensen Beach
l'lrrk or the ('U" 'ult (011.1 In ail Mrs. Williams in Talk to Mr. and Mrs Riehiitxl Glulwm or ( IUISCMUV According to a I tag attached: ; It was ml adrift by Woods
for Mil lln to nets| Ftoridn, uponreeelpt on their minstrel for this year
or proof; of rubiuation;: ; :: or and it promises to he a really fine and their daughters. Diana and Hole Oceanographic Insiuiucoods Hole, Mass., where Mrs.
thla notice llo flullk u. name. 10-I have moved u their 1 t rJ 1'f
wit1HI' one. Showboat Mintrel"I ill take Judy > new Lindcnmnn returned the tag!
1 ITrLI "f'I I'J.\t.TY HIIOPuiiler on Feb, 7 and 8 at Jupiter The Jupiter Women's Club home, Lllir \\'hl'h l I I \\'lll O"pore In biHl Hugh; the former home of Mr md Mrs )' 'r.
.. .. .. School and the best of local
n"M having/ m prill h nl place at
minim 11 "Kllnlt. Mmtli ('011111', Frank J. I aird on the U>\.ih.itehee ) I I he from
talent are practicing diy and Miss I Violet Williams educational W illuiim 1. The CU\ri.1I1 Sea is really a word Sahara conies
)0'1.l. lint. the Itutrmnnl.. \ I I I
: linn night to on the show of director of the Palm Beach Miss Williams Seven River at bird 1-anc ..1"t" r earth.'I
nulcl iHlncmi In 1Iie. 6m'I J Urenn put top : ; topic was : ( Its urea of MHOO( () "square primitive word meaning wild
are of 11I..rl.no utili'. 1'i'lorl persons In ml Int Hint,'iPitlctt their Inalild many years County Public Health Depart Paths to Health I ; and in addition Mr. and Mm Samuel S, Pennink! "4 f J'" I mikes It the largest like on I gnxl only to be crossed"
men, was the t speaker at the to her helpful advice to individuals -- - ---
bllelnriR.6ni' guest \ Sr of 1)),ill i more. Ml, were guestsat .,H'otCARTER'S ... ,
$. KARI; J, OKI IV Mrs William K..rl.I.. hI> has JupiterVomins Club at their there, she spoke of the the : l'lunt.lllun I.AU
Pub: Jin Id. 13 81 I Fch a. 1 tx81. Pennoek: 0 n 1
been visiting her daughter Mrs luncheon meeting at Howard department work and aims. Mrs.Trent .. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Pinnoek
Roger Winters. and Mr. Winters, Juhn'tOnon Tuesday Mrs. John spoke briefly of a nurse's the I Ihllsbor-
are vacationing at
returned to her home in Chicagolast Trent, district nurse for this arms work in her own area and urged ough Club in Pompano ..-iWst'
week I' shared guest honors with Miss those present to attend the lleirt of ChicagoHair
Fund Fashion Show in Hohc Soundon 'I Mr. and Mrs Peter T Hush B. aura your imohampflrr .. sad
Home Loan Talksby Wayne Browning!!. Macon, Oa. Friday Bush Road Denville N. Jlitre art out-de iad oathmo.r

former Jupiter resident has been Chairmen Named Mrs Kusel Sutcliffe president reeent visitors at the George VDoremuses \'. Salon
don herald the guest of Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth I announced that I Colonel (i. V. on High StrexlMr WORLD'S- Styling
Meyer at their home on Pen Heart Fund Drive Minus iIt be the guest speakerat
nock: Point. I the Fcb II meeting hcn he .*. Volt Seae.lie>llo of Fishers A LARGEST

Feb. I marked the opening of will illustrate his talk. on Mexico Island N. Y i IH the guest of ,.......\t wit Mtyuii( cumin'" AT 7-0800
Mr. and Mrs;. Ixo Valentim and **"
the Heart Fund Drive. The Jupi with rictures, Calls
Show FOR SALE Tequesta drive. is being h.indl- Mrs. Pearl dndliv, Mrs Millie Mrs, R. 1 E. Oimon nt Mrs Dim nun,,mil WITMI II...ri M. J.hn.i. 38 E OSCLOLA STUART
cd by the following chairmen: Mrs. Ncidh.irt, and Mrs, James Visit on', home on I[verma Street Mrs laAAtNGwlraortIWANf"[ AT .3128 I
Home located in Se ie.liotti md the Valentines re-
Robert Valier\ Tcqucst I; Mrs Rich were guests with twcntx-eitihl
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ard Taylor Jupiter Inlet Colony; members present Mrs A A. P.
Stuart near Schools. Mrs Reginald Dicdrich, Jupiter; Cusack and Mrs George Miller

Harry Miller\ and V. V Bowman were hostesses Homes-Superb Location.
old 3 BEDROOMS: 2 BATHS, I I business chairmen; captains.. Mrs .
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING ; Alvin Buttcrfteld Mrs Fred! Wilson i
I Mrs J. J. Cox, Mrs F Ford, Lake Worth Is
lIr AND HEATING.; COMPLETE : Mrs Phillip Weaver Mrs. J.

j SPRINKLER SYSTEM Brown, Mrs. V. C Ciodbcy Mrs 55.54 Winner
I William Sauter Mr*. E. Miller, Bahama TerraceVISIT

CALL AT 7.0531 Mrs A t Bladorn, Mrs. David
Dcruzzo and Mrs Frank B.ltuPENDANTS \ Jup ter'\ Warriors. lost to I Lake
--- - -- --- ------ Worth Saturday night by one hitter .

point SS-S4. Lake I Worth ov
Spend at least as For Valentines I crcamc an I 11 I.point deficit in the
third quarter of a non-league game THESE HOMES TODAY!
by at Culm Bench High (iym.
much'time select. f7/0 llUL' i Trojans] are seven wins to seven

losses .and Jupiter's record stands
(' 0..,."at fnwr. Palo,Lock DI......slap \ 96 Jupiter won the U game

Our .." collection Inciud.a ORIGINAL 14-<2On.
mortgage a I4KT. GOLD CHAINS. CULTURFO I Thursday" i the Junior High
PEARLS and BRILLIANT DIAMONDS squad downed Cardinal Newman
MlKtctf 'for beauty. quality and v.lu.l
Juniors 40( 29 with Rick Griffin
loan as you do rc leading the scoring
I I II Early in the week the Warriors
Now At Our New
racked up their ninth win of the .pl,
wallpaperIn i I Expanded season by !heating St. Andrews,
To Serve You Better A'y
1\ 71 41. Willie Mitchell Robert Flt I p
t te
Williams and Mike Cox divided J.
10() points evenly I ee Lungun' a

four or five years, you can, VINCENT'S JEWELERS paced St Andrews with I IH Ihc

if you wish, change the wallpaper B team won to the tune of 5922. .u .T sAw;, ,

in your home. But you'll be living 231 OSCEOL/V AVENUE AT 71878LUHR'S
Mrs Pennock in
with your mortgage for 20( or 25 ; AaNuf.L0OL.pa
--- --- -------- ---- --- Talk Junior r t
-- ; to _u .. ... w.w. .:
years or more

Choose it with care Women Recently "THE YORKTOWN"Two

s Mrs Henry S. Pennock, former
Consult real mortgage specialists Traveler Palm Garden Club pres.
of ident and ceramic artist of note Bathrooms /\ /\ /\
Federal Savings
like First
: ..- _'L'''' ., was the guest speaker\ at the Jun. Two $ 16
Vero Beach Let them help you Bill' !1JO ""' t. ior Woman Club meeting on 7 .

select exactly the type of home Jan 28, Garage

loan you bhould have with termsto .... Mrs Pennock, who I Is well
known for her skillful flower arrangements .
fit your income and other circumstances based her demonstrations Y
: in your life and talk on the use of twelve

;;;.---r gladioli, Starting with one bloom,
They give you your loan at and fresh foliage of great variety,

lowest prevailing rates with reasonable L- ",.. r arrangement she made an of arrangement two or three, added or ** %? Hr, v' *

initial financing charges, and .. more blooms, lowers> for special U *

they'll permit you to reduce your occasions, inch c as a Christmas

total Interest costs by making advance bouquet. grew from those twelve
gluts{ under her skillful hand
at time.
payments any
The use of ceramic figures was
also shown

HoICSC'lIIere Mr. I", Feucr- w

....H.. ben .... In.u... u. t. 0000br loin. Mr. J. Crawford, Mrs Robby 6
lb. F.d.r.l Savlnil, .and. alert LOM! .1 lunar... Culpeppcr\ and Mrs J. Last I.
HN Corroratlon.: ..Von..... .. JERSEY SEA SKIFFS
tI... with any .1 u4 add > Mrs. Nellie Lucas was program
a..... >t am umwCopyrighted chairman

( 1964) "The Ideal Boat for Florida Waters" ,, .

Fred Derry celebrated his ninth "TI IE NEWPORT"

WOOD COVEAT birthday on Friday when a groupof
WANTA his friends came to dinner. His
guests were Andy and Bridget! Edwards .- :Two Bedrooms
Two I Baths $19,900.
? and Steve .
MORTGAGE Billy Thayer SpiUcr
Lisa I Pennock and Jan DecryFreds ,
If yeti ..... a .nart.a.. ban I. li See Our Good Used Boats I J parent.* are Mr and Mrs, 1 Garage
utdtnbF7raF.drr.l".( V."our. ar.Th.. Joseph Derry of Palm. Point
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.Yee o. ttI-e.n; b.laltm.atw.." It elf I.$an e.nlnrl.hl.. oSlo. V I Other/ /otlels Priced From $14,500( ( Nearing Completion

t.nat r.'''
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Phone Vero Bcaih JO 2.2373FIRST
l Follow US.11Z mile north of the St. Lucie Rivere
L' This ;;izr M rlrwa yw s. i ( Roosevelt Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner

FEDERALSAVINGS I r Follow North Shore Drive l/2 mile to Bahama Terrace

8t LOAN t

ASSOCIATIONOF GIVE HER A Gold & Velvet Heart Pin 1a

1 Heart Sachet with and other lovely
2045 14th Ave Dial JO 2.2373Vero or a perfume many, many 1301tAMA

Death, Horldn items r

IIOLRSi Free Parking 9 to 3 on dally 15th, except Avenue WedDnday GIVE HIM A Golfer's Helper ;:e.i DEVELOPER and BUILDER ON PREMISES

9 to 12. Open 5 In 7 Fri
day evening timed All Day r 3 or an assortment of home and office items just for him rLucic jv r P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7-0635

Saturday a .

"11 hen Customer Friends"Send Their U. The Swinging Door Gift Shop sTUAJir Substantial Down Payment Required



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Building Permits ''j Home Building Section I Soil ,Conservation News.. _

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Total ,. ... By LEE CASON JR. enter I.astciir, students of the
$$71,935 __ 'V. -_ msae _._ e aw- ,w. v-tyrn tp.wY "rtA"wraMPkreFV <"lrlPvaBNrwrlBNaraIBBBBB1Btti.RECENT .
U. S. son Conservation S rvke Warfield School I Indianlown ,mil

BUILDING PERMITS the high school: at Stuirt piirhu
Twenty-five building permits Partridge
/ peas a ad conunon Joan Walitron of Indiin
were .issued. I in Marlin!! btinty lespedcza seeds 1
arc now availablefor
during last week lor a total' of (Jin.. 24-3It I town Wilt n winner in the couni\ .
$71.9.H. food! und cover plantings, this area, and state contests C onu. "(
wcnty-onc came from t tIs e Owner location Contractor Drwrlplton Amount spring, according to Biologist Boh information can he ohtnncd" I hI.
county building, inspector' office, Murray of the Slate Game and calling 287-11H: or writing, !! Bo,
(for a total value of $69.485 lour City of StuartMary Fresh \Vater Fish Commission 1234 Stuart.
city permits totaled. $2,410() Farmers and ranchers of Martin Pupils I 'teachers. libnrnn.
I Hartmnn 710 Slypmann Street Alumcn Corporation Awnings I 400 County interested in these- plant school principals, md! club pn .
VI'RII/ I DEADLINE: /: : Elmer TlnswordMrt. 21J tlihiscufl Avenue Alumcra Corporation! Screen enclnsvtrs 750 ing materials for quail may' call gram chairmen ire nmimlul Ih.1f
ON UN: MrDICU./ Edna Decker 1)29 Glenview Avenue Sadler-Mito She''" I.too( .the Martin Soil Conservation\ DisInd their Soil Con cn ition Distnc
{ARSIIIPUARDS/' Weis! Paint 6QJ Colorado AT 7.3313 for more informa offices can assist them v.Hh cer-
Avenue City Signs Sign! :ZOO)
The Slate Board or Health to- lion or write Mr. Murray at Qumcy. taut phases<< of .their soil and II,I'

dlet April I as the deadline for Martin CountyNorth tcr conservation. studies and pro.,
receiving applications for ten medi The Florida Association of Soil grams. The Martin District pn
cal scholarships I to be awarded, to Guy Cromwell River Shore SaJler.Mire Porch enclosure 818)() and Water Conservation Districts!\ stints talks. makes film .is,ulahle.end .
worthy students. W. Herbert Combs nil St. "ucio Terrace Nona Utility rOom 1.Jf() ) announces that its 1964 speaking gives, helpful, liuntu, ('he
ditrk.fie. ( ,' located" the
contest 1 subject will be "The Development i 'm
1 the scholirships worth $1IXMI I,- A. L. WhalcnImli.intown Maynca Fslaics Cl.i; >'torVhit9 Move house 10) and Use of Our District old post offJu' art "I, Slu in!
/ a year for as much as four VFW little Ranch l Cst.iici: Clayton Wbtlo Move hallAddition ".. ... Soil and Water Resources; lor
rhjf veilrOnly students level who have Russell<< Finch lobe Sound! Nono 500() Today. and Tomorrow" Contests' I

\: completed cal are college eligible High'rre.mL'tli.htudici school- Alvin Rilchcy Tropical Farms, Nona Utility room 200 will be held at the state, area CompleteAutomolin

students' are not eligible Dennis t Little Rio Nona Repair porch 250 and county levels Boys and girlsin ,
grades '\seven and twelve ma\
Those accepted must 1 be citi- Elmer Riddle Jensen Highland! B. R. Tripj Utility room SOO( -I /
/cns and have been a resident' of F. H. I I.ucssAnthony !port Salerno C W. Wagner Screened: porch 500Cahann --- -
Florida for five he of Repair
years goodcharacter ttshnhol
Gehring Nonp I 1,5(10
and in need of financial Move Pending to I
I assistance.' The student must I ant Star Petroleum Com nyL Si. lucie Inlet farms Gicfer! lone jCpnsj, (b., Inc. Service Mion 18,000 I I

agree to practice fifteen monthsin I SonnlagOr t Jlohc( Sound Nono Additions 2,500( ( Chason's Garage !

I .i i Florida community needing Albert Wieg..ind! Jensen Bench Forsberj/: Residence 25(8)0() ){) Make Waterway a I
his services<< for each year's scholarship Mobile' Home Gardens South Federal Gardens( Hit( 1'1.111'N'no Entrance 31)(){) Dial AT 7-2311 j

accepted. Henry' Gncn Port' Salerno Addition 8,000) Full Barge Canal SERVICE FOR SAFETY I
lor information write the
to t
Medical Schoi, rship Committee, Ira 'J.J AutinWilliam Palm CityCrossroads Nona Addition. 400 I 416-411 South Forl Hlfkmy" !

Florida Slate Board of Health. P. Johnson Hill Bernie Rogers Enclose carport hOO( Martin, St. Lucie and Palm I --.- --- -
O Box 210, Jacksonville, Hi. John Gerken Mobile. ,Home Gardens None Trailer patio 350 Beach County interests are reported -
32201 Ernest t Jenkins Arch Heights' First AdditionCoral Charles: Duryea Residence' 8,0(0)(){) seriously considering a movement SAFTIAIDSLOCKSMITHS
for the widening, and deepmntf -
Vernon Ramey Gardens Frank DcBirtolo Fnclow carport fIOO
of the OkccihohceValer
song Inspiration"My Old for Kentucky Stephen Foster's Home" /Bill Ikrry Port Scwall Sulltr-Mi/ Addition' 475 Kay to commercial barge standards- I

WI.I- stately brick dwelling on This movement is reported -KEYS MADE
I the edge of Bardstown. Ky. whichis spurred toy the first federal appropriations -
Retirement Home the Week I Lock Combinations
of of/ : for the construction of
preserved as one Kentucky's
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I great shrines, -- # I the North florida Cross State, Changed
1 1I 1I.

Area Overlooks point out thai the -NEW LOCKS-
Living-dining Garden South Florida cross-state waterway
I i is already in existence .and. Hobc Sound

...._ use, and that the widening and
'"" 546.4881516.5137.
"" ";'i:"" '
NELSONPainting lengthening of its locks would have

The first t group of figuresin I 7 collateral benefits both at the Port I'I'I
I the house number repre ( I of Fort Pierce and the Port of
sent the square feet of liva- ; r ?M..1 Palm Beach. For Experienced

able area in the house\ (The I Locks are currently fifty. feet I A ntlfftieRepair
Interior Exterioi other group is an office number wide by 200:!( feet in length. It i is I
Dial AT 7-0949 .) According to Jan Rein r proposed that all locks on the
I.. Licensed & Insured er, the cost 1 of building such'I route be enlarged to 400 feet in alldRestoratio1l
a house may be reckoned as length in order to adequately han
i about $10 per square foot die modern barge tows. ,
exclusive of fund cost. For example While
-- the I35mlie channel I
'I a house numbered .-e .. TAIL
from Stuart to Fort Myers has an
Tops In Design; 935-11/ I would have 935 square eight foot depth the C lo05a-
1 feet of livable area and I hatchee portion. has been deepened I The Steele'se
should I cost approximately to twenty-two feet, and the Engineer
\ tR1iji KINGSIGNS $9.350 to bUild Plans for Home No. 816-35 I' Corps has kng-ronge plans Sound 546-4881

A were drawn by architect Jan Reioer to deepen the St. Lucie portionMETAL I

Ry JAN RU; I-.R 24a7 PARCH author! of Florida Homes (This

Hume No HI I ft.35 publication .is available. at Val' PAINTS HARDWARE

1LDININGLIVING Book Store or by mailing $1 to We Are Workers In \Metal Atlantic 7-0363
This I 24 by 14-foot two bedroom 1
RM CARPORT !1000-l-ifty-second( !Street North, IF WE DON'T HAVE ITWE
jf jfI' slab house m designed for a Celwaalaetl Pipe
NEON SPECIALISTS narrow level lot with the preferredview St Petersburg 10, I"i) _____ CAN MAKE,IT Piuebt..sruaa
(or nun exposure) away from xf .
I Ii t I fI
Fort Pierce HOward 4.1399 the street That is why the L- R nt PIP Cur
shaped living.dining area and the tV 1;' .11 PINES EiB!= To Sk nab
I'I'I -- -- 24 by 7-foot t screened porch face r iH r i fr""te"rs' Elcctrlo Supp....
""/ :; Stand Talllr.Jr
the ,
garden making an unusually ; .f.--- ; Molar Bruib.i Far Black Dicker
i I I Il NO DOWN cheerful, liveable home : t Skill, Porter C.bl..d Otb...
In Florida'sFuture TUART PLUMBING
( The indoor-outdoor feeling is INDIAN RIVER SALES
I PAYMENT increased' by t two 8.foot sliding l..JJ & METAL WORKS Oo Th. Drs.. On* Mil North
glass doors between the living- : Bo. 141 ATUnlle T 0131 Stuart JENSEN BEACH

dining urea and the porch, Furthermore ---.-------- -
100% FinancingIF there is a 9.foot ceiling BEDROOM BEDROOM

YOU OWN A WT naP nd.Iy ars.sI.

: ) I.AM) ;
2-3-4 Bedroom. Home. NurseriesArchitect
ut this willed t end of the room. els.: the master bedroom has 5- next to
Luke Collages" I Designed' Landscaping Thij j is possible hccausc the shed foot closet and the other bedroom your I
Vacation Home Oriental 1 Design A Specially. roof( slopes up from the street a i-foot" closet with I t 36-inch
Retirement' I NamesRichard i Complete line of Ornamental side 1 he ceiling, which i7'1' wide shelving next to it. A linen
) I Plunt Mutrrlul./ "1 he Indian feet high at the bedroom end, follows closet (L) is handy to bedrooms electricwasher S
River Area's Oldest landscape the roof line. und bath, Since it adjacent. to ._
Co., Nursery, Our, 3Hh( Year." Turn This house<< No. 816-15. which the heater (HI I), it should keep the tt
INC Right: off U.S. 1 at LlniMey has a simple rectangular( floor) plan linens dry and free from mildew
II 2011 South Dixie Ph. 833-0955 Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone is 816 squire feet in urea und the The foot-deep nathroom has 1 1's.
SYSIEMICJuUemaik attached from the window,
WISE: PALM BrACII: JLA. HOward 15332. 10 by 20-foot carport is the tub away
along the end wall of the living the wall-hung toilet discreetly hid
----- room and the porch The carport den behind the showerhead wall,
I and porch are topped with an 8- and a 3ft-inch-widc counter with .
foot roof which forman I I. aroundthe built-in washstand and cabinets
garden side of( the house, whileon below. Provision for a small built-
the street: side i it is extended to in electric heater I is also shownon
Tomato, potato, and watermelon provide shelter over the house\ entrance the blueprints.. --1;
rowers find these hard to kill insects !PI (see picture and dotted line There ian additional closet in --

no match for CYGON the on plan). the living room and a 3 by 10-foot r ..
insecticide with all these important The 8 by 7-foot kitchen with storage wall ut the back of the ,
its U. hllpeJ work-counter is han carport with closet opening into, "
advantages. FURNITURE dy to the dining, room and the the carport, the porch and the '
Kills on contactS service door, An outside window garden [I -5: "
Cood residual activity ROWELL FURNITURE CO. lights! the countcrspiicc betweenthe The construction of Home No
sink ((5)) and the refrigeratorRF 816-13 I is as follows: The 4-inch-
S Systemic action from inside ( ). The range (1k) has.. a hood thick and reinforced. floor slab i is r {Y' I
Dial AT 7-0(04 We Give Cold Bond Stamps
the plant and fun over it. Wtill cabinets are poured over solidly compacted .! { -1
1 ___ __ __ shown dotted on the plan. For fill and vapor membrane. All exterior : J I K
0 Low In hazard-no special greater economy of plumbing installation walls are of lI.inch.thiek concrete q ; i
i I I protective equipment needed WHY NOT BUY THE BEST..WHEN the sink is backtobackto blocks with furring strips (or '
insulation boards with plaster on t'J "
the bathroom fixtures There ) :
Economical -low rates give YOU LESS MONEY? and the outside a J ", f
IT COSTS is a 30 by I 12-inch closet in the the inside stucco on '
effective control dining area which may be used\ All interior partitions are of \
for china If desired, the Kitchen. regular wood frame and plasteredon
Use may be closed\ off from the dining both sides. the ceilings!, also a
area by a folding door (not shown plastered, follow the Imet of the : ( JAN
'A C on plan) roof, and heavy insulation is call _
: B"thlcJroOIUI\ have cross-vcn-! ed for between the raftcn. Heat
1H1ME1SYSTEMIC Illation and bi-fold doors on clos- ing may be oil or electric.


INSURANCE i perfect companion for your electric wash.r. growing children-snd fewer towels l, slieeta

WHAT A TIME.SAVIfll+ JIM pop in UM slothes and linens, too-when you can wuh and dry
"You could be Inside
r- and set the disl. "Instsnt sunshine" m everything so quickly and conveniently. |

too U you'd always at your _nd ,..dsy or Bight' DRIES BEST COSTS LESS! Insist on an alltllttrie .
: land money with rain or shins. dryer. Free from flame and fumes,

INSECTICIDE SAFECO I :Motors Rewound WHAT A WOftK'SAVIt! Goodbye Wiser it needs no flue and can be installed any
and trod feet. No more lifting and ) where. An electric dryer is I CHEAPERTO
I ..,.at planting time to protect potatoes I uj-
, t. from the ravages of leaf ....A. policy bit he did. I Home Wiring! & Outlets ling Jtesvy wash basket &to cjotheshnee and BUY..CHEAPER TO OPERATEI!

f I miners aphids, leafhoppers, flea I Water Pump Repairs bark again.WHATA For eomplrtc washday "freedom' go aM-tlectria
Electricity's an automatic Electric Washer Clothes
t i. beetle larvae and WIREWORMS t to W* aell .recommend SAFECO. You can't OPEN ALL DiY WEDNESDAY 4 aad fumslesi \best t* gentle U your Dryer, "sit-down" Electric Ironer and a

e t.JI matoes from leaf minerss.YOurdeaerhasCYGONandTHIMET SSL ECD buy better and if you .... a careful driver, I I clothes. Dries 'em fluffy nut-.melting super.fast, super. .ssfe Electric Water Heaterfor

: you'll uv money. It'. the beet insurance news i wrinkle-free...in billows of warm,clean. air. hot water a plenty. without waiting or
With flunelai_ .U-fflctri M dryer there are worrying And remember-it's cheaper to
-set him today.AMERICAN. in yean-get th. fact from ua heron you buyer ED go
Joe product' of combustion, no fuel odors to ell-eleeeritin your kitchen.laundry than tout.
::::::: CYANAMrUi ==- I'I'c renew. Don't watt what othen an saving.RB Knfw m your laundry. No fading or yellowing. a combination of services.SEE YOUR ELEC.
Coke. stay bright white ihufa aaow-luta. TRIC APPLIANCE DEALER TODAY.
Ii i

; COMPANY Peachtree FEDERAL BUILDING HIGBEE ELECTRIC .-tk4l) tb&l,4 J;r,fl4meless l .
.< I AT 1.3366.' : r- irt uutrt*. twr 1

Industrial' BoulevariCrumble REALTOR AND INSURANCE -r: 327 OSCEOLA AT ,..,.... r mill ? WEI i LI8IT* COMPANY
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Deposits Here ( 'p/> by 75 Yes Cent I '

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Florida Banks Have I a. ,.,i!'

[Six Billion Dollars ; 1 1lw

' I Florida Bankers Association reported I and suhilnv' of Florida banks and r
[ that t the tfi; .:247! ,noo,(000) ) concluded. "Plenty of money is
f. deposit total now held In I h t I .iilahle to meet the rising loan '..
stales Igs: commercial hanks el'a el'a'r .
[ represents demand and banks continue to : '
[ an increase of deposits orb broaden their services, to fill, the I ,
$?. per cent over J 1962 )car end financial requirements 0 f our I /
figures, ( growing """e."
Deposits in four Martin County Total' deposits at the year' end e II.if
bunks gained from $21.187000() I m Martin County banks, according s
at the end of I9h2 to $24.181.000() i to the Florida D.mkers.o
at the end of J 1961.\ a hike of I,ciation release were: First National
I 194,000() ) a gim of above H $3'-1 Bank of Stuart $18,692,000. up '
1 r
cent nearly I twice the state's 9:6: per cent: Peoples Bank, Stuart ii
erage IIV.// (now Bank of Stuart), i
For the thirteenth year 000)( )I. up 10( per cent; First 1I
1949 loans made by the Florida I Indiantown. SI.501,000.( ) 52.103.-//
banks arc expected to exceed the per cent: and Jensen
national figures in rite ot increase 52,0115.000.) up 167 per cent. i iI I
Commercial: ,
bank loans for individual -
and business needs now total I
nearlI! t1,0Ie1,0ooo8The I; ) () ) ) Tagging Plans
loan increase amounted to I Ih ft (
per cent over a year ago. This was Under Way for
the fifth largest similar increase
since 1949 rcllectmg growth of the I
overall economic structure d n dhankers Florida Blues
confidence in the healthy
dynamic prospects rind inherent I.
stability of business-and industryin "Jolin Clark and DllilDeuel! \ ,
the Sunshine Slate whO-are U. S. Bureau of Sport
o n .1 i vear-b\-year percentage I Fisheries & Wildlife biologists con- \
growth basis Honda banks have nected with the Sandy Hook Marine f
cOl1ltenllho"n increases indeposit 1 Laboratory, visited! Stuart Friday -
md loan totals in excess in connection with setting lip| s'i
of the national rate of u Florida bluefish l tagging expcrirncnt -
For the period 1949-1961 J
growth ot' Florida hank lIrO"th'l In connection with sport and
double the national commercial fishermen, they hope
crease Deposits hive to tag some 1,000) to 5,000) ) ) bluefish -
two and one.hall times the nation in the next three months with
al rate for the same period. neoprene loop tags
In response in public demand They are attempting to establishthe
for additiond banking facilities, migration pattern of bluefish
forty-two new inks opened i n on the entire Atlantic Seaboard
1961 One bank has opened this Initial lagging was conducted on This Is
month and thirl).lour ."Iditi'nollhave a 100-mile coastal area off long YOUR School.
been chartered to date.1 here Island( last fall with ten recoveries
new hanks will, result in a total of in that range
420( stale and ledinllv-chartered .
They are selling up an office in
commercial hanks m F lond, 1 here Riviera Beach, will contact StuartSuullish
were 190) such hanks in 1949. ( lab and bank Walton
Tully F Uunlap president, Florida I e.iguc authorities here for vol-

inkers Riverside! Association Bank. Miami and, ,president recentty -- unteer support on the project. Built For YOUR

I commented on the strength Antarctic finding the explorers mummified have reported bodies ChildrenBe

of 'two seals on the ice, 600\( feet
BEER 'WINE I above sea level and four milts
I I from the sea They probably died
hundreds of years ago. and their
I bodies were perfectly preserved
dehydration in the cold air..

Ice Cubes


wyv Indiantown Road (Rt. 76)) of Your New High School

1100DELIVERY ForA More



.b. a I AND LOAN

Salon WeekFebruary i I MARTIN GO.

9th thru 15th


Salon Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. f .

Ertnlnci by AppotolBWitMyrrtct Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. ; .
Clark CUftScwirto*

NEXT TO KUIK CIIFJC 215 oscr.oLAT 704M Closed Saturday: I
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'-1' THE STUART or.) NEWS ThumiavOrganizations rdlnlRn II. 191 PESTICTOF; RT.9IDUEL

\$ I HANMFDPI P ,. Directory of Churches

1'1 Directory rru have been announced b\

I R Bcckenbach, director of! PEOPLES CONGREGATIONAL-Jupllet1EV
I CIVIC; ORGANIZATIONS III. C. 80.rd al Z.e.io. A.u.I_.' Florida Agricultural Expcnmem 1101, a.m. r .1' .II.L

Alcehellt An.nyn.ou.fted. ..1.-. Rbo.d. th : ii, HO ,. huri-h School
.. !>0 pm J. U ummunltT$ rburehAmateur 'C._ Thes "n. .. Ce.rebo.u ____ Stations, fo the con'rc. 1 :lit .: Mi.rning Wor.hln Niraary

Radla Emergency. Corp.I. Martin Ceiinly Mi .rum C.I.".. lion ot .1 i S"112! I .000 pesticide rc4i l- during bolh avrvloea710pm ServlaaLL
..dl..o.--G..o Hi.vuti* n I, ,,, ,,,,i,, '4., II I h, I WUh ,>t. ..1. 1 Voutl Vesper
lid Than. < ,.m. 1ue> ; I luu "n, ('north,,,,,,' lithe laboratory on the UniversIty SAINTS' EPISCOPAL'- Jtaaan Bca.KEV .

Animal *..... Lea en. M C Zoning and Planning Commie.. ot Florida campus, Gainesville DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 NORMAN .U PKASTCH
President. -Mra. Karl J Rl om hullmenInmel" R.ughen I Sunday
Ilk Tu... 1180 p.m.. home !School BeardCh.reaoH.ry IM1 ": UI' Htlll4K: Communion sadChoreh
a.m Family
0 Kindred -- ---
Builnete .* Pratee.lonal Wane. Club, ? School.U .
Pel4nt-Ltd* ted Mon. 710: p."' ", Courihoue. I MITII ..lfRII. '. 0 iK I'd 10:110 a tn. Sunday School lOO ......Morning Prayer and Sermon

ind-ilk Toe.: night: IFI'N.t'L Bank Town ol Sewalli Point n \HII'I'n II'r (CI" ('III 'a'rs' 1100: am 1..1.. Wonhlp710pm (Klrnt Hiindny Holy Co..u.lo.)
J. I UI : ( III \- : W.... Day
May -- MonuellnSnd study Prar
ir hu.
Ceceanut ......N..I.. River Sb.... Wed. I pm. Tow Hall ; 1 FJJ'I ; ITt"\L\I.UI:j ha: p.m. 8uay-7 .... Holy. CommanlonThuraday
Property 0.r..Id.nt.C.....* Aveeclatlon -. - - I, I ) 7 :10 p." Evemiell.tu ftervte -10 am Holy Commualoa
? M RohrahaughUettlng. \KTM:IflHI I fOMI:f>ei. ) (Pint Thurlday H.allng HertketCrlday 1
Snd Wedne.deyi. nt kerne POLITICAL' ORGANIZATIONS i Eli ') J&1iiI'l'l-l I.II. V.514.I -. ) FIRST IAPTISTO S. Akron A_. e...., Holy CommunionUnity

Coral Garden.. Clvl Am.I.tIP.4..IEdmund .* Republic Club el Martm Coualy I .toi'l'Wll I'k. 1 I tailor HUDSON Church 70 S. Filth, Fo Plane
Prealdenl-Jeme. B. WauoaRepuhllcaa 1m I.tr.
PU.Ia II Oil .
C. I'luIntlft I IPETIeLI : Sunday
Club ol Martin1'n.iHent am.
latfeun, I pm. MC Agrlcultur.iBldgrnehelder Women,, .. Bunder 7 iSO B.m. Harvtoel Wedneiday
-Mr. J hn W. HII. I .:41 0. Bunday School
: A.iocUllon. lid .f....., II pm.. Flnl Nntlin.l lI.nk WILt-EJ. llIO: ..m. Mornnil Worship LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
: Colonel U. V. ioltong - - - Ipr.dlllt l ltii ian p..... Irainln Union, W. Prime Villa BI.... Pert St. Lu.1
Meet. e.UCmU By virtu' .I a \ j"'llon H C. H1PK PASTOR
M RELIGIOUS!: ORGANIZATIONS hosdoloeueuI of 7146 p in. FtenlneWenblp
In in> iUI
Club .l Stuart Girl., Friendly Society .I __ ty Court. Palm, liiaih County .11-In aault Wdne.dey. 5:15: ...... Sunday. School
Preal...lent-Hre John W. HuaaerIni .Leader-Mia. Jack WhltlcarKrl ,, '' __ I of Faruh KarlHh a ;part,mi- TilO pm Midweek' Prayer Servle 10 .10 "10. Wonhlp Servlc*
MonO Ii8 0 pm. Woman'. Club ... I pm, It Mary" Cburck ; "1: .hlp 'componeil of Jnaepli, 11 mUh PALM CITY BA'TISTb at McCer.UU4KY H. S SOUTHERN METH MISSION
ft Joaeph I). J.I.h. Jr aitnlnut I'eter TATUM. (Meeting I. Hobe Sound CI... Coals)
HIMacna Pub CI Ae.aelatle
St. Joeepb Guild .I 1..10.
Mlllnr duly
.... .. --George Me.Don.ld Pnaldent-Mn. Henry B. Speneer 1118 Ihc Judgment on I'I \: III .,,6 am. Sunday. School KtV ChARLES B\HIT. PauSes
Iii Men.. 1 itt p.m.. Flret National Bank let Mon,1pm., bobool leaned :\'I, \ am. Moraine WorshIp 7l4pm, Song ..
..ulol W.I HO I,00pm.
J County pm Training Union Evening WorshIp
ImJl..t._ Clvl Club S.. Joaepb Holy Nam. SeaMyl'roaldteIi. "" .... ,
1 Hook I have levied nn all rlxhl'. ,4 p. Worship
.,. .. HOLY CATHOLIC ladlaatamK.
-43rady Hmlta 'f -
l Ro.m.rlnThun CItOS
atbon..Sp.... "before tnd Sua. I P.m., School f : .J. \ I title Miller end In Il"r..t tin of Iho following auld litti dee 1 pm tr Wtdna.day Meeilnt Midweek Pray ( XAVIIR ftNtCHVa

,.._ Beach Carfen Club - -. - ', crlbed proper lv loiattd. In Martin FIRST BAPTWT_Port SalarM >e a-Sundiyi. 7:45: 5.5.1 t FlInt W.
,_ _Mra. Calvin Wllher SCOUTING fount Florida, to witIM : 0. C. TAYLOR. PaatorIi4l day, 4. p.m. Confeeeloni before Maaiea.

4.. ltd Wed., I p.m.J. B Wo...'. Club Boy Scoute ., America. r' : Ii Ford IV 111 K inJIN ..10. Sunday. School ST. MAlrS E.ICOpAa11 Oeeaa

leaeen Becek Wenana Al.eclatlen lI.ou'm..t..II..1 Gulp ; : J4I47, Irwk'. II- 11 :00 am. Mornlnt. WorshIp Io. .
Pmloen*-Mra. Pr.,,... llubb.ll" W.d.. 7 IKO p.m.. Stuart Am. Lelrn Hill -, .., plate I f : OK n1J'U3 ten p.m. DTC The BllV W. K HOWE Rector
... ... .. SB 7117 Clubboue ,
Moo KO
Sea Eaplnnn. J....* Beech, Ship. 430 p.m. J..ln. .Wo..hp. 7tlO' *: 11 m. Seit. to luo
.. :1.
Jnaler. Wemaa Club Hk Inner-(ieorge (II..... 1501 Ohennlo ",.u ipe I. No.IItJ1 711 pm. mootI. :.0. Juie U Sept.)
.....' .,_Mra. Frank Zorn8a4 Wed, Ilia pm. Antboreg M.rlne I 10.63. benHorliln IlIu.i Inge. Choir practice Cole .. I 'o DeytMO
M.... I p.m., Woman Club Ic"o1.L.* No 6 W RIO BAPTIST a.m Holy Eucharist Thursday and

Martin County Auduben Society BeardIrd SERVICE CLUBS lOmil RbV JACK FERNANDEZ ..In. D.,.. and aa announced

K... i p.m., Judge ClanU': offlo Civile Club ., RlasatPrusldrotA.r05 I NOU".I. hr-reM KlMn that on Ii4i, ..m. Btind.y School EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
,.. Mental 1le.llbPr.Oiit.'lev. Hu.ton Thursday the 13th das' or, rihniar.\, 11 :00 ...... Momlrc" Womklp SACRMENT48 Chick St., ILESE.
Ateaelatlon .
M C: Donald Sehroeder Wed, lull p.m.. SkIps Lantern. : I UH bdween the houiM' 'if II "IIA .:10 p m. Tralnli, Union h&V W. THOMAS LOlXlia
Reef e. I .M. and 8.00, P.1. nt II I 10 AM, 7 ill p.m. Koouelog Worahlp ',10 Church School
Bud Thnra, noon 7 Wtdnn. Prayer Xeetlni am.
Indl.ntown Klwanle ClubPresldyniJuoe. eald day tin front :4 p.m. 7 ,lOO .
M C: Chapter, Amerltl Caacer Society. .. tl, ,. 0".,, p.s. Holy Eoeh.rlslCHRIST
Mine. I Martin Court .
Chairman-J. D. Cray. i W.d.. title ,..., e.rnlnol' IB* ,. ', 10.'I,i'll all (0111), 1" 8IANCIL .ATIST-H., 7LhWla MEMORIAL-Jupiter 1.1...
IW dl ,
Martin Memertal Hoepltal A..II...., J..... Bewk LI.,. Club of tin. lllf: l r In ; .i $140 a.m Bunilay School I (Winter. ....u. only, Moy' to ApriU
'Ihed ut
P..ldooM Curt Otto .. i to the ehove i lur'.Irrll. 11:00, am MoraineWonhlp I CHURCH OF GOD
I'n.ldent-Jamei LI. ,, 1,1,1- I -Indlantowni
Public Auction to hlKhent I
let Mon, Flrat National Bank .a- led pm Training. UnionItOO : RLV
,..-... Wed, till Pm. Beyvour"
lrKICKOFF dir for esuli. 10 satluCy:l nald oxeiu Worship IVaIKT'f MOIS
Martin Count Retarded Children'. Ae.a. Jupiter-Hot Sound Klwanll Club -- tlon sod .11 colIc.ibm Sib "pm.... E..I"W.o Mldwank 'r.,. i iI 10:00 a... Blnd.,. I.h..

Pnelden T...,-lull Ira SXgertUt P,m.. Pioneer ClxiroomNational Mon Hn.ldi, 7pm,nt-llobert., Jupiter Hurp Lit Marina COFFEE of Jensen Beach-Rio United Fund was held m the Mars. Hill area on Monday Mil( PIll. uuuIi'r day of by JuniiHO hn.,1. an,1 fill Soul DUNKLIN MEM'L SAPTIST-I.dl'.Imn. 11:00 Idle:: am pm Fvenlng Morning Wonhlp Wonhip

Secratarlea AaeoewtlonPraeldent evening, Jan 13 Seated are. Icf to right Mrs. Jama Watson president of the Friendly BAhKII. Hill UlrP 'I IU;v. 1 MJ LIT TilOpm: : W.d Young People
Rotary Club of Stuart j'IITs COLNTV. UKIHV 10tOO ..10. School
-Mn. Virginia V..."* Pn.ldent-Pr. B. Slanton' M... Hearts Club and Mrs. Alice co-chairman of the Mars Mill drive; standing are Mrs Zola Pub.: JUI. U. Ill I" eh. II. 11D4 11:00: "1. Morning Worship CHURCH Xnd.vo
... National Bank OF THE GOOD
Sub Tb. Flrat
Wed. Kilt p.m., Bunrlee Inn SWRrhout president of UF; William Delanccy co-chairman of the drive; Sieve Singleton drive 7.,lit On p.m. Tr"I", ,. Service Union Juplt.rHKV IHEIHO
Palm City Garden Clukrneldent 1% TIIPICIRftl1'SOI liT nt rnvM pm Worhl ELMFR a
Suaan Nyfaler Stuart Klwanll Club worker Al Palmer drive chairman. I 7:10 ,.... Wad. Midweek S.rvlcaST L ALL .
-Mra .Id.nr.-Ur. II. Haiedale HlpionThun 110 >TU Ji nn 11 iiHtiir, iAMI > 7:80, '.,s. Holy .

Sad Tbun., lull am. Uvla' CenterPakn ., II II p...., Town Houw Pelt MtllllllllD.' JOSEPH CATHOLIC-East bob. St.- "till am lailnh bucharlut Sermoi
rl OrganlwUei.Pneldenb ---- -- --- ------ KLUItlUttHi REV JAN JANLH/bWSKl. Adm sod ,,., .
City-Dr Cl. *a.o... H. Boat Stuart HI.It.! ."... Square Dane ClubP.uldaoteGlLlml >rmv': Sea. STill I ILJ'IA .... nundey. 7. I and \ a.m. 11:til am M.irnlna-0 Prayer. Plr.t Sun.day .

and Tuea. Club Center Thun, e p..., Youth B.u.e Center .I.UU.NY '"II'SO.Hh,1, C. )I C..lo.1 Week dayn 7 baturdayl til ... and Thursdays 'Ion. plain of the. month. Holy m..un

felnelun Car4en Clvto AeaeclaUeai It Is Good Time to TransplantAnd { blo.. f..t .'nI., of month 4 :10 to
.ldooJIo.. J. W. Merao Stuart Ibis ClubProshirutAl WILUVM: C.I'SI.. ... M I:10 p." JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
tat Mon. S p.*. komea ."I. ) Skyline Drive. J..... B.ach
Port Salons CI... Aartclallo lnd-4th Wed, I p.m.. Tow Roue TO: WTLUW! C. : Sd Hob Sound V:58 ..m Sunday School
PT..HMII-Waller P.r... Stuart Seroptlmlet Club lush OITNCM ? Rk Ni IWN at 10 tO a.m Sunday ':80 and II am. Morning Wonhlp
let Thure, S p.ra.. tlvle Cent" you ARK TOi'rlp'nvt': 'I 5,111 Youth
'_ .,,_fcdna Wolf Also Plant Rose Bushes I :1h:1' r.llow.hln
Ird Thura, S P... Supper Doelale 0 lev-lrd Thura. noon, gunrle 10.Slu. *. to that "olptal"t IOKC| tau FIRST TIST-724 CHURCH La.t Oceen OP CHRIST B.ul.....SCIEN.. .tun pm. W.do.d.,.. Youth Choir
i ben syulnut pots, and you 7 .1 I urn Wedneiday Senior Choir
D.f..uir.ha.e. I
S.Umo .
Part ." ........ r"'IU..led I OOIC5CMi'lIV or i :"'" 11:00 .m. Bundiy SchoolII 7, p.m. humlay. Midweek Servtee
Sod lueiday, 7:89 p.m. Prasldyot-Ulek. orless. Aimwer or other written, il..fi.nm. loxui 100 am Mornitg, G

It... Clvte Club .. 7 iSO p.m..!r., Poop IURM' SIURM: fruit then the ol h. .ft lertili/er I 1.000() ( h toI.tallit, ) upon:' .. ultoiney silo p:m: Wad t :'b r1 Mealing JEHOVAH, ._ WITNESSES.-Brltt Road
.Id..r--lork Khomer Ity delay spray upphcations pounds i per r: C Hi il h, I- ltt.I II..s17J .I Raadlng Room III > .. Hour. 8md y 7 ,..... Watchtower Study

| t Tbura, Clubhout VETERANS OKQANIZATIONSrlcn until you arc sure that the feet ol turtRemember ( BtUHrt, u. nnd file ihi. .I Mon through SrI.. ......1 .....Ibalurdan. I Mund.-1'KU pm Illhle' Study,
> Aurltullurul( .:,len lon Service .1 square 01 Initial ; or othi'r utltti-n: .. 10 a..\:it pm Tbnd.-1IBO. Mlnlitry ) ".
Stuart Weman'a Club ... Legion. Jeneen Beeck : fruits have the correct amount of much .: .. Meeting lohool
that too plant defenao to COII.I.lnl In CHURCH CF CHRIST-435 Palm Sob. ltd
pna.-Mre. Lomellua R VanderveetIrd Commander-Cllflon; UnwnileInd Now is the time for planting or injury olfli'e of the (.In I. .
Wed. I:10 p m, Club Building 4ih Mon, I pm. Legion. Ball food i is as bad apl.nl starvation Court. ll.k ". ,,II" hifin illlLCk. GUIIH.I. Mlnl.tar 11kv, EtgT .E RId.,
Itl.rt. K. [
Takebula Carne American Legion, Stuart transplanting Her are a few 1 Italian Rye 0 r other winter don add extra fertilizer thu duy of rnhniHr mil I 110 :00 a.m. Su.d Study Silt' sm. und.. BhI, K .
Chairman-Mra! tfb'I.: I...... Oommandei, -Jihn L, leylor pointers to rem em her. There is a temporary grasses planted II i x I So -especially IP YOU F'AII TO 1NJ ;. Jtllitmiint I 11 too ..... Wonhlp and Communion 10:10 "ID. WorshIp. .hO.1 ..
10 .. home. Ind and elI .'.1.. II pin., Legion, Ball weeks for by u.r.ul will tHk,'nnualnat hIll pm. FvernnaWoraalp .
let Wed., !; definite relationship between transpi or two months needa nitJogen-u't) good .
: .= _ ago wil relief .nmnded ." CHRIS 1HB KING LUTHERAN
"CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE American Legion. Indleatow tnling arul pruning roots and 1 little more fcnliicr keep measure \In tho fomplnlnlMINE ,I ,,10 ..... 'i:::: Blbl. Slud, .pi.
C.m""der-Jlm B',by ASCIi niunrtMirtln K JOHNSON. ..10'
H.... lfnTir 4th Hat. a P.inAmerican tops -each (should be done careS growing Apply ten 10 fifteen 118 important to fertilise ryegrass County fH.iIFf, thla, lOb THE CHURCH OF GOD-Flaglar. VIO iITH: am ('h,iron fcVhnolmo
Pr.. ) William lily... fully The Toot I system of any I pound of fertiliser 1 000 for continued day of Jnnunry l 4iHtitoTin <,. RfcV BlLLIh MeALPIN : am Pnelora tires
Ird Tuea., I p..... Community. Centereeaien Lenlu Auxiliary, J..... Beach per now a green iiniirF'utjiriK I 10 :00 am Biinday, SchoolII100 10:00 ...... Morning-,, VourIn'
,.. .._Mre. hIm,. MeCu should approximate the top feet of lawn winter '
Beach A... plant square carpet To eradicate the or TILE <'inci'IT ; ..,.. Mornltg Worahlp FIRST
I'mldent-(rank Fonberg tad.4lh. Man, I p... in volume; therefore the of lawn cover. mow the sod very I 7 HO pm Kv.ning Wonhlp REV WALTtB D. -JfcbHUP 1800 Cetera** An

Ind Mon. dlreoMn, I V.... American Legion Auxiliary, Stuart plants should reduced lop I' A number of annuals can be but if want f'.t. IIWBV HPMIV I ; ,KO p.,.,. Tun.. P c.yur Mratlng7SU : .m. MorningWonhlp
Pert ...1.... I'r..llBiil, -Mr.. Clara Mar T.lma b coc. you to prolong (Circuit, (.vnri Scull) I i".m. Thura. Y.PK. rjervlie 8f *.m. Church
PwlH.nlE. C Blarkmantud lnd-4th M.... 8pm, Legion Ball cases planted now These include I aster I U' 01 ryegrass set the mower Pub: Jnn' in 83. ao .'.,. g. IdmMill BIBLE UNION IliOt, am Morning S.hol WorshIp

Thura, I P.m.. "...h..... Martin County Barrack., W.W.I V...... Conifer ure the eceptiln-thcy I balsam: blue lace-flower I cclosiachrysanthemums : cutters higher 11 H PI stIlt' I Palm City CO"REGATIONA: a:II p:m: Youth Fellow.hipe:

Cmoor.Iur.-.l'hliiue I : A II Ira. i need not he f I o s : UKiicra, .' pioptrty 1":110. I HLV. LAWRII 3. SHARP (One. wonhlp .. .at 10 am. during
pruned July
FnTi'id.nt. -H. R. (Honny) Nelaon let.Ird 1'''.. J. B Community CenterMartin CO"105. T followingdturlked I pioinrl\'. I t> i4am. 8unday School Au..Sunday eohool. SumS
tn4 IIIuro., en.m. The b ire.rooted plants are hard. flower mangold morning.glor.nalurtium. ARSON K) Mfk 11 too ..m. Morning Wonhlp10tuO TRINITY .
County B.rr.ck.. AuxiliaryPra.lilent ro Ir.wllow.I A SLV1MII 'IrKM A parcel of land nn fett wldilylnif .. ... to. I '.1. W.d.d. Woman BlIP. METHOD'S- .
Dlvblon Hall make live when shifted lo '. .
Merchanta K to
k ll est a
'- i "
elthei oil l orn i .'OH .
'i'.h sm. ,
i .h on School
Chairman-.Fhllip Sameok lit-lrd tt, Old Com. Chunk locution Balled and bur- er !11fower. wishbone flower .ql.l lilt Ilnd.
BuUdJng new Stale treasurer J. Edwin Larson rlnht a.m Serviee7i
Ill Thura, Siuert Ohamlxr I and ,.I ,:tlt IIooJ; I ) :
.. - V.P.W. StuertCuoeeuod.rJuhO plums usually tulfe'r very has announced he will seeka Ii Uomrllnd il l pm Pvenhig, Wor.hlp. l.t Bag
CONSERVATION M. Murray lapped To get a quicker display of out- clllelnola.1 In February, 1947. it wa 82 degrees I 1.01 MacdoysOSCEOLA
Ind.4tb fkure, Golden Gets BuildingVFW. little in the transplanting processand seventh term in the cabinet office
011.01.*.. locletrrw.lfli.nt door (lowers. Marl annual seedlings at the Soitliwent, ) rarnir STREET METHODIS'S'.
below at
zero as
it is almost 1 ible to have he for tw key, LI. H. ..
Bog IIIIrd regilere KNIGHT
j -BuBen* Moor. .. Inillantown imp has.hed nty.lhrc I'CIlns'crnnpo I 211.
I Mon. ,.10.. Klrat National' Uaank ( h W. Pre.tonleterd anything but a thumb if you early in a flat made from a yetirs I state ,insurance I 12, Tuivimllp,; 87 "riotilh, 1,I'IHIIU":: :: Snug Airport in the Yukon one ':1 ..m. $uud.y loho.1
L.k. Waltoa League tat, .,.U p.m. Foit Horn 1 shillow wooden box tilled ith'' le 41 1 1'eul: Ihenee, H,nith mi* I II : .. Borolg,
"_Id.. -.h..... Klndndlit transplant u khrub from a pot or rich humus soil Place the flit commissioner. __ I 09' 84- \\eet .11" of the lowest lurks in North W om.ns MI.abcnucy' 110.01"' ... ff
fri., I ,..., Courlhoue. V.F.W. Auxiliary. Stuart a can. 1' line of aald ( \ I".t, Wed or ..h moalb% .t laS .
Comm..d.r-M. 14.1.1. Wood1stltd a window th.it gets plenty of light I.I.au: 5 I. nulls I'iO'l'ISRSIK'I': : odlulunr.uC1173fe'Iloar'Irrolu American records T.u..d.y. .
Junior Conaervatlea ClukTuea. W.d.. Geld., (dat. BulllbulMISCELLANEOUS l I Ir"m..d.rJu.v Regardless of the type of root ; I I 7 pm Prayer
., 1 :It p..... Stuart Youtk Center. be 10 settle i A southern exposure away (from i % :1111, i nt< i ii Itt it'r IIP iiii'MSIII : of betrliinlnirj monument, thunue,for inn the I South point:: I..:" 11 \i!\ 5.5l.5.555.55lI.F I ; 5 p.m. B..d S..I.St-ward. (1.1
system you pllnl. sure winds is location Jl Illl Ml I IP __ __ Tbu.. isiS
$tu.rl S.lllt.b Club I chilly a good I"C'I11. >7' .7' 80"( lam a d lIeIuIie,, of 1D0ntbiSOUTHEIIN
Pre.14.t-W.; 8t,.dl., I Civil Air PairulCarnrn.d.r'hlsJOt these underground parts with a Buying seedlings i n S \ II IIlll >l lit ;I.I"I 114118 feet to point In the l\ 'MilIM: ,Jl hit.K't: I'.II'I'
14 Yo""' .. I ...... ......1 I ..,.u.tlo. Bk C. R. Leaok souk ing-good supply of water I peat is a popular way to get Kl I 1 I tr"'MI.Itltlllt: I MIM ,i I irnterlln of Shale Kouil T07 I l\ \\1 roll \\SI \ ('< 5KV. D. H. METHODISrI
P.11 I.
ldVd. S pmdlnou.re" I t'I."II'u. I: .
am Wonhlp
Every Tuea W p.m, Witbam FluIdFIREMEN'S Committee ol 100 The planting schedule also includes an pt burst of flower These hlI'i'is i i 11.1. I 1 1'1 1, i iIlll Al lIla .bove bpltur II IlIe ('Ily : . :1 am Sund.y R..I.
.. :' .!: .. .. Chol.m.a-II. O Kindred: When January 1.0, ""1.111.1. or u. I II,",ir I. MartIn Culn State IN UK 1 1NUTS 1:1 pm Kpworth, lI.hol
En.outlve Director--J,ihn C. D.b.., roses planted in organic pots arc ideal for the "'Ul' <>r i F..ldl, I of i'B 01- i Ji llVOpm. Kvenlng L.n.

ORGANIZATIONS 117 W. Ores Blvd, AT ,..... rose bushes will not sprout umatcur I Illluiivr. i 'Iorld. J"11L. \I Ml t'l'llO I II.p.d Wedneedaya.. .
.I...... Buck ,...... AualUaiyPtmldent v'. 1 TO: Any other Iterouted I .
MM. Al WUlek Lady Collera Aieoclatlen. generally until after frost d mgers No planting skill is required \liUV I I' .\"lnl.1 1 i'I I Ml., I IIN \:1 rrl..ol.,; : Ml"IK r': 10 I IIMHIOHlMl : tiOtpm Bed and Ladlee MiMtonary ..

Ird. Monday. lam. "ro.ld..t.-II.. fcdna F. Dan. ire past Planted earlier, rote You merely the containing e.,1,0,10. I 1i'rdIti'o|, if the b>tut. ol T 4in
place :
pot : p Prayer
>*Mn Baack Valuator Fir Department Tuei, lull ...... M.CGaltCIJ1.CIab. 5l'I'Il \ t" .:'t\\r: Ton ,nl rich of you art hiiilnnotlfl .fI'silIE: 1 la.tS'Iu4 341l'Elhh, ','nliavilnulnd; I I Meetlnc
{ue. I KlnhouH A... Club sprouts may get nipped during the plant in ahf5 (lower bed IIll 1'ln 1':11\1.: : .: tlmt' the' City 4,oimiilnxloii: ore I h..thy' ooIll'lrd siud '. FIRST METHODIST_Indkuite'is _
Lively of low : ; S ': ..T 'J of the City of Hlinirt, Florida sill In flIc K" cliilni., ordi u,,uoin,I o hlih V.
Port Saleraa Fire.... AualUaryPenldenb rreeldettt-Mra. ... A.hby AI-...... periods temperatures' Presto, 1 the n alive and "t 'IHJ : ) HI GIORGI. K M.l"IIC
1"1.411.0: hold, a, publln hi'HI Inat lIre l'1t3. thcMIIIS) have HKalnft 5,1,1 I KaiiitcIn .
-'Mary. Cataniia ltd rrl. lllO pm, lIu.... Water newly planted rOes at growing without the shock of TO A 11M IT MA* < \- C'Iioiisuten, Itoom, at the t' Hall I (he irfkv of the 11 minty: Julice,: jf"..s-si- i
ltd Thura, l 0 pm. MarCia County Fair Aeeaalatloal. cast once per week if rainfall is transplanting H.S; : ." I. In r tlorldiu at ) of Mirtln; Inunly. Klc.tldH: In tinCuuilhuiiH :':. '
.. Sauna Valuateer Fire Depaiunenl Prooll.ntW.! Hua.ey dust (lul, '!In. foil.\Inn nil mid person.Hnd I Monday, '.. I Iat at "'"arl., Miuldu withIn T :SO p..,. rv.nlng: Wonhlp
PnildenU-Robert John.onlittrd let Mon., lull pm. Agricultural. BldgMai short and be rudy 10 spray or Plant annuals that have hrge pnrtlm w nre txnl.I"nl. of Jt tlmu Vou' "IrOt.12f.119. t"> .11 "..,'n..I' nmnlh, from tin. TtOOpm. Thursday,., Junior Choir
TUN.. rlnhoua 10 control black disease as seed and those that are hard to the Htnti' if 1"loil, 111.: io"u tin.i' Mllh up and tie lieard of ,ibhI'ntlil, uf TMtpm. Thunday, Senior Choir
oNI 'tin County GaIt and Country Cluk spo Hull" ''up..I'| i, .".0 of rculdeniennd pttetv aid advlMahlllt I : el'hIluhiIC; :: thin i.. rm'h ilHlm or l
'IIATERNA"L- G li T I'rssld.ot-Kd Hlgbe !soon as the bu sprout. transplant directly in the bed where I i'.,n.el niiiiibi-ri Iii" tnirovomnI. I hit wo) ni muat 1..1'In and II.t 0"0'0 FIRST pIESIYTEIt.ANH. RIT. _

Acedia Chapter Cu.eeuIur"42h.lro Oudur el D.MnUy Ird Tuei., 7ilO p m, Clubhoua To conlrol this fungus disease I they are to bloom Sow the seed ,, whlih ".p.'I."Y 0 alleged to b t>t foot road, tho pluna: for Vihliliare I Hit IlMe) ." 0,' r 1'11"1,,.' ..", rout or.I BlIP 11(5. A. tS.H.8VDNEY hSBmda
Mailer Hll'oiInd liUciwitud : the offli of tin. I udditM if the dultnant and LowRlo Ausutusi
uu on file In icovth fix
..Ul Mon. I tlo 0.m., Maaonlt. Tempi Martin County Farm Bureau that shows up as black. lesions on thinly in shallow trenches Cover Prnhi body, II,. ClIp l'i'rlt at th, muni b the ,' 0 '.m. .'nliig Wonhlp

LouIs ......... Ledge '. .. -'Albert Krueger rose leaf margins, try one ounce the seeds lighlly and sprinkle with 1'lf'0.. h loin i nnd 4 City"f', In sluart, l"l.rlla. is I.. bin KKinl t nr r.Itrf.\ .,,'I ul: :It nlil 10.00, '..n Church lIohol
\\ ...h.. lul M....... hrlnllan Kiilb Ind Thun. Bemlnol Inn of along with a few dropsof d off I, of IMiuiil TmruieHiihdlMHloll hhe cost thrleet .10 II,., nlinnr brionii, vi..Id ". lu' law 1 G .m. Mecnlni ..
.. Tempi Cuptun a imping- he'lig, atd. In of .
10.-. Thun lpm. Maaonlt conlrol of p".nt Ih.r.lol'. aId us II I I..d llila > "" PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY..
Anna Miller LlKla. Elke Martin County Historical Society. a wetting agent, in four gal- Covering Ihe area with Hi tlon, 14. ToHlixhlp 411 Kmlhllu I ainut th.r.of I hi' oeu'eorl, H.... Sound
p..ld.nl-II. Wllma Medley. "ro.ld.nt-M.u.I. D. Hartman Ions of waler. the at will aid in in soilmoisture :if" IJ Inut ,i" .iirtllnu I in ag'eIIIsl c.h property no linpnved, ml/ l'IlhitI.l5I4 \\'. iiniiiroNMmltilmiatur : PLOYD' B. HAGFR P..f..
led Thuro.. I ,..., tiki Led,. let T".... 7:80 p.m., bleat National' BkInd Apply pray burlap holding l hit Ihilpof, tlh.,I I In Mil, look Thu dH.irlpllon or eaih prn| ert>' ol the plo i ,0 am. Bmday: Scneol
seven-day intervals when black until the seedlings begin It I I:;HKI I II, pill: 'II' r't..rd.: ofI to be minuend ,nnd Ih. anmiinl'' loh I':HlHlH Of J,'*.ll* DltvUM.IT 1114)0, ) .... WorshIp II......
Bel Sigma Phi Sorority Multlp"" Ll.elo. Survitu Is 10 push through the soil Be sure I lull,i lI.ncl; l'u, :int;13 lurldu, a ae.*ed to *.,'h pit,'p nr panelof .1i | | lll'iraillllLV .:'0 p.m. Youth Fellowahlp
Epilloa Zulu Ch.pler So''I.-C1 H. Turaul pot present.If ( now, Mm County). i property iniiy. be M,'erinlned I In \\' sl"t"II'i's15 OKI T ,iSO p.m. W".I I Adult. .
Pre.ld.nt-Mn. J. Kd: ..ln (F-dl) Ball .4lh Tuea, I ..... you want gladioli for Easier to remove the burlip ut this time. 'ln the orflie of the till (lurk. of the ';I:ION 11. rk.ll\\ .MMMiormtM Youth Choir

lit.ard Tburi, I p.m.. hornet Clobl'rusllyt.Myu. or Mother1 Day. plant them by wilts established I'unll"hll .a mi". e. "ure 01" leus.tiCs City of PIIIIirt I lorld::!:! fi>r .ilnilnliitiatorl.o IND. PierceTenTkt mU".1081111'!
Pub Horn Demenetralle Homeowner
City Lib .
XI Gamin. Phi Chipurpneldonfe /./ CM v ll\nY. :I 11.'liver \5'UO t" "Jive
Mr*. C 10;. Sloeum tllulH-lh: latlenotlet Ihe last of January. Plant groups lawns can aid their grass to become X :\ lIT: ('ihy CI..kPllb. IIi.. Ilox .D.' ".?,.*,.*..r Pert 1'1.. Venek.*

lit lrd Thun, I p.m.. borne luee.. I 10 a.m, Clvl CentoPelnclana of corms every two from prmg.green an .: JiiO. IU. l.b. 8. 1764.ICTIIIO Hiuurt hi"rldain r.llow.hlp. rtervlf.. 7 80 '.,..Bund"a I
el the American Revolution Kennel Clukltd week uKlinlih II P. IABIAIJ /.' hit: ".n II HihuanOf School. 10 '.10. .
Daughtera andyoull
until of I' I
HomlarIrd now war application a r tOt 'TY JIII.WMi C'nmtwli .1I'uh. PENTECOSTAL BlSLE-.Idip ,._ .
Reg.nl- -Mn Marjorl Pod I pm .
I'hurt,. komee Call I AT 7-1D44 for meeting plies spread your flowering season IliiwlhoineI I |> \\1 roll : i iii. ii. 11. in. IS. mm CURTI8 IKINNEI. p.st..
\ I; llllnnlH
1)1. 1\ :\ | til 1'llhu.I. T>, lOulO .m
"' .Ih...' Circle. ., DuMeloyProeIi.nl..Mru. of the tall-stemmed I blossoms \f'rl.: : Ml N\HH 1 ': hJo1.: IHIB Nis'SI'K Or IMhMHIN: 'IIIKlrll School|
...... ClukIrmldtnt :
Port Salerno Home SI. I.I.IMT.I 'l'I'lll" I'd 2vm Kvannllitle
Dsm !
: J"1"1"
1..... LiuCotbkun..lp.m. Mm XIMnh Niallnlit Be sure treat the corms before 11' ,,'h Ihiit tin 1:1''i I: :\ :.:loll.whL: I 'IiIliI: :(S neranna IN Ills: IEST.sTeoP' I, .:". : r'K 1'I'I'101Mr' pm. W.d....., Bible ..
.. Maooot.l.mplu t lllidi. I 'I IHIII, | I'lh., t Hit- in,0,1.1.". ,I | al hn, i lit, i''lltyd to hiin I 34011,') IK '.rph Klvin 1 hii tinlunwd "
Lod''.' Aualllary. I. India' '. ftlverEncampm. 1 Ihurh 1:30: P.m.. Clvio Center ilanting t prevent diseases. Treat of ('I luii lei<4liiii' I Uiu I' Im, .n.n.l,IIIIIM of II..". Miali. of I 1.1".1. LINDA U. NU11I1li, I "Ii, .'" nnrti.i. 1)11, pruilKlnnni.ir

.*! XI Riptide Player. ol Martin County lorim by shuking them in a paper .V u.e ,if I MIll, will 1:1.r; Mllh;: "I1; : lln. nnd ulimt, hi-t, .known plnnliif 1..0 I II ," 4"'.F.o.l Ui'\ if ''Ilrlol. WANT'tD Young Mm
ChIef. Matriarch-On..e 11.11 lrenld.nl l.ihmiln 11. Kh.SI ... Inrlc of the' 1'Ir'ul 1 In leKldinn' me n. s, t rurllt lielottmid MM( II: TII "I'rll. .% 'le "f loll 1 1 ulli nirlxlitr 1:1: 0
4th Tu., S P''''.. lour Hall 1'l.Hrd Ihurn II p.,. (1..1, Merllni bag containing Spergon for Miilhi, ( <' ni p"'1'.,,na ,'lalulng: I h>'. through All iredllor* of tin' ,' .. I ('lrh i ,,t thi", i.In.nit: Cuiiit, I: am Action Leadership ruining
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Independent Ordi-r el Odd. f.II... Cut Th".... N p.m.. UuI"... Mo.tbtg Dooryard citrus growers should ry mll I| I if pninf:: of |'til iH'il"P': : ; mil,I :: ,:I In Ih' III., iieller;'; : with thrmiintiv da If NorrlH, dneem,I, Hit ,. l"r Mal" I ::::: I'l.rIiu.;:, ,I :ilpol.I'r'ellt : ,
I "I.P'I
Pablo (nnd-Albrrt L. > _... I hi. 1..111'. the 'h'III.I. I. i.iirni n t nht ia In will"hIhiy notified gel required I lo m.' 1.10-1 'f t,; 1, ,', OrI
red Stuart
.Seentary-J. .P. Wllbar Curia Inlet Yecht ClbCemmeders.l.u Inspect trees for pidcr. pur- wlll uu' alli' "d I. be Inlere.tt-d, : ilalni or d"n..ndo wlilth the\, I thin nollti'. the flitltloua mum. lo Jaycees ;
Tu.. .. lOOP Ball n llawken and six-spotted mites and other .\umSI PtlIClll' M \HktT' : lave enaliiet .., .al... In I the, : For InfennalUHi Call
let Ird lpm lit Tbu.... I pm. Yacht ClubSia.rt pIl weather mid r ut h Hliiinlnm .. ,"I rnuumIn l' SitS .::1.1. Hi 'l IK, .ntl TO fle of the (Bounty Jno.. of M irtln .It.SHEI.TolN's 1.\II'W.\lF ,
Indian River Encampment 13 : insects during cool dry I *, linMniff 0111 I 1.1,,. r.'u'I'u, I C I tH1'Ih., % I loilitv, HorMn, In I .'III', I undir wli'li ni- .11 .!. Jack tar SHOD
Chief Patriarch-Paul M.hag Board. ol ReeltoraPreiild rt'I"d,11 |>I II 1.ue, ,, I Hi Hull .. .n"u.,, .' of Ron 8117.ama .<
For control the standby rcmc- '' hiHlneaa In toil Mutt p II.f. l at rilnart. .'I..ldll. vlthln < np | plmr
Ind.It* T..... I pm" IUOK BallJenen "III- II ensen. 'rillon, I 'iHinlj l rln, Hint' tin liattlia, Inletentcd .': To ;;,1'III.o:: ; Mouth: ,: KanK rasledsr,, enonehu trcI llr, .lhu".1 I h.vlll {11'I Mmlliilotinty Do. taT-4 ooConfldenlial
Beack Squire Club and AualUatyPrenldent lot 1 bun,. I P m.. Stuart Hotel I dy is DN spray- one tea-spoon to I In "aid l'uieiiue, 1119 Mr. anMm 4.: tin.: !. I ,',,,I In.' InMtrtln Iho .Clrop iMlbiirntlnli' of Ibis hu.I...rlH: 1"l ,. 111"'nl. ,'. I Intrr p

Hv! Knight BlastS Slump Society a of water; The clerk m the r:. I. Kinllh ..I I lull KHhlnKlirlilH CountyfolitHlnln Flol'I.I".'ni I 3'h ,ullo, .. d,',,,..'' ".1 b. In i rId I In axlil lnialnpi, in .' Jo.-:
The Wlraodauil.l, :: salon Ihirn, othepit. writini" t'li, Hriiltnil nnd 'llartpy t:.
I're. .. -VSIIIIum K. Root have a better and that mo I no mum "t. plai or (>
'...Id.-.J....le 0. Woltuli, Ird Mon., I ..... Publl LibraryTeurlet center may .oil', lull' ". I anil' hiiHlnuiMil .. 1.1 nuria. lluro 0' lu" reatd 1 ni'* and poet offlm addrr.e 01 .hil"" ur lorO SulerO'e. MorlduMtN
lnd-4th fri.. u p.m, J. B. Coo. Church F U dnW" HMIfll, I the rlalinnnt and inuat I h nworn toby ..d thot, Ih erear.Iuollier pcr.so In"ltlpta
Ouuof'.tite Maioaa 1.,1.... Club suggestion.Sulfur four Mill H. I. lt<.n' I'I OWED 1V: th. clulmant I, hIs I aneiit or his I' ". h',1' 0. .Id helerus, Criminal, Civil Dmte ,
r.C O Bleterbeed lit_:Kid_.M"n", I ..m.. Teulk 00.... spray tablespoons tub: Jon. 1H 13. to lob IOU| .UO''OY. or It v.111 beiotne ...oldaO.'nllnl HIsllS'l'sv' SIllKlTIa't'jlihl'tliSK ilnle-Wlde
P CbaployPr.ld.etMr. per gallon of water will kill rust ; VIIIIV i'. Att'ItlTt tit law ii. I1hL1'ON Slc

.. P. I Mite and give clean bright .' .I ii IH" OSIIltIFI"t--.j: Is II., "':35hiilIi'i Jinuary I" |1081* "I'. I. IUn 473l'url
mites you j-
let.Ird Mo... I p... komei Si Anne's is the only churchin if believe that 11"1' I ttn. tt' l lli .. .' '.rlda > 1 RIH, HMtM U>l, 1..rnn.' f'ta.Iub. tOVST PROTECTIVE .
Vuit However, you t".IIIII 5SI. rxei-utrlx: if the mId' ifIlnd .' I". .1 4 IU. 30. 18
Cl Ch.pbooPre.IdutMrs. Vatican City except SI. I Peler'l.Thollllh than clean S II NorrlM SE\'ICE INC. .
russet fruits are sweeter 101111IlITRI.L ) llu "nkn., ," ,0, ''o'h'.. de'l- dpc..c .
C. R. Aihley' '' S 80 '.b. 8. U. 1\ .1 6 INC'S "r ('ul N'r s'S '
1,500) IMIAIU: ..'. .. Iruol'u l.d a .... "r ."Y Pub: Jan Id f' TI 461.6JJ .
.. it news persons '
' Wed. II am, bos M IV .11. 'Ii I 5 .
U>\rUTI \ Ph"nllf "f II,. .b use nu ni "I lietendnilu I I'l ll \ .. j"JI
Order el Ralnkev. ,I., Girl. who work in Vatican City St. I whn( us. 'I'HI'IIII, IS TIIH f''I'Ttl. '. .UT, .5 .'11 \'M'I'ltT\ .
Worthy Advlaor" -Marcla Whlle.lde TILTOV S Sell. 0",1 .,'". < 55 '"' p5sSsISlu \. .
Is TisK leSt ''ll \f.rM f."II'I' M.tHII l. .I \ .i,. _'.! hereby l'II'U' t'IIIII'
Iot-.rd Tuea., 7 'III p m., Melon!. 'lempleRoyal Annes scuta only_about 100. .5 II PillS I '1'1 .1: h.r"ndll"l > I "'",.",ndtMl to b. on,1 appear" Inid tV HIIHTTB' : t tWILI.UI < < rHV \I. ST JJVMBH ._ -
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Palm 'R.h.kaha '1"t'. HOHII11. ) vl.tu. a 'the 1"1' l'n"f 10:, ,", for Martinuffli OP o. Stuart
Noole Oraud.-Mr.. Clara M., T.I.... .tu U. un pll'rlupnIsNTI : .:: IN IIHIAUUTHt I my 1.1".0 bv the Hint ofP'I'rlls Con ,I u ill,, .* or the u. F1.\R'V. i 1 lalntlfr. Rotary Clu

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July of the batata:
All creditor E Slant
Exited Ruler Dean looker 1 1\ I .II t'IIR M'M'rl'l lllll" KI' 'II ..". \ lint u1'dI' : .Otlunu'h :' auld I I on.r"or. A.IU before j the, lo.Nth ali ,lnnf'wh.t I... \VIUIAM H. FOOUtrY. I'epaoo dare I I ShIllS Or llr Pr eUeatMark ** Maney I

B '.ID.. Mondays P1.1111113k ktIIl'I' Tn f'IitII'I'llit: A\. .. I .... levle title' 0' In terre I ) .",. .IMlt. hereby oolIfIod .nd rouolr." TO: mnnrHT J. ,\DHIMUNUT ..Ilk.
Stuart Shrine ClukPneldent IN llrrHrVTK: OF I All tha '.a'redlt.'rs of th. relate: ofNaomi "n .. rl.hl. title and tmereatth ,' has'. or 1.lm, In .und "to .1)' nf aulul to file any olalnia or d..ol hlrh *i .* rtnrr
.-Jo* Crass Nellie Kltthlnir deceaamlnr .Hlil H. Tlllon' In ..0 forth ahndnrlbvd .1). 150' Inal' 1155 v..llutnetu, FoIst.in ?,Mulbcrr". THnnenaeeTOl' (
let Tuee: : S:0O p.m.. lit NatL Club... Hllh.l: >.i IrUt.EV'I''o',1. \ hereby notified and: 'required to fnllowlnir de.irlbid property. to ole.cue..pur whth.1* eamelaken Iho orn,'. 01 .h. t'I nip Jelts AHr' : I"I: VHOTIFIFD InnCITY
d..nl.l ale.I In Martin Cuunty, tlorlda ,,, 01 Martin County, .' In the ,..lOcuIo for IHvomc haa
T.... Rh. Girls Club No. U :\0'1'11 HAll 111 lltrDIH; file. any claim or ,'hh'l ol "Ul not b. for the uae* 1..11" .
Preeldent of hanititlnet anil : tll wIt: .nd Court Hone at Horldn, been fIled .1.1".1 >IU. anil vnu .
-Paula MaeArthurlnd4tn ireillloie. \ of Iii e..tet* they may ptirpnae* aetInn forth. In the rvtl- ,.
Mon. lull p.., IOOP BoDV.1104 FllHiln, llreen, ,diconaed Sri. hereby In the nfflie of th. County Judue Ill filed anld t .. In lit,. .btn. olthln eli calendar month. fromtha .qu..td I. mpr. of your -- .
fIlu'lot. Oounlv, Florida. th* 1".1. und tH. Dok dots of the flret of An.w. or olnrr ilrfvnar
to of Marlln I2-I. eauae '. I'hlcll..n 'rll.
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Cemmerclal Trevelerefenlor noliried l anti required : : ) public
.I'I 01) I I uu Flat .nlt..0 ,. .. eaih: .nd >lnlntlfflattorney
t Stuart, liirl.U IS till nut." lu.h l'"n\l.'ni .nun |
claims ,' lernamla which theynmv Cun rl lioua' Ila I "nslr.itloo .nll .Ialll
Coun..I..r-ld 0 IW.
I Howardtat hays .1I".ln.1 ,.hl setulu In (Ii.eflIto in sIC Ill 1 c.I.lo.., I month. from th* J.uk P U Palm IJr.ola ,. ,",'". I". .f 0 ,.IrHltiHcalutl nmet b. In wrllln. 0,all atatr .mk. P. O lens
Thnra. pm. Woodman Ball of thlanulli l'bUu IL.cu.d.S"IO .'. the pUue of reatdem and poatefrlresddre.a 17K. "u..I, Fh'I'ldu. and file the
of lh.. tel fly Judge "' Slur.tie dnt .f the flr.t publ..I..1 CuuII) In I"I'.1' 'I"Ilo., ,
United Deugktere" el the CuoNoo.uyr..lduotKN of thu and cowl' : crloinl AnuweruroIlprC'ritteodel'rnue
\\ltm.p 01.1"1.
Coullliln luith land
Ito "" ISO
Oounlv. HorldH\ InhoiiHe ( .llhn n".1b. H u lerk of
J> Marvin H. Hawaii I I. hp..h Hint nn bv the ilalmant hIs to auih omMnlnt In theofriie COMMISSIONSTUART
Florida, sillelrndr In wrltlnir mot atair .lv.I { ti'url In "nd for .. b* aworn tl
lad It... .' at tUnart iiinnllia' friini tthe .' dill. 0' plain of reul.l re.'esn 1 pint uf III'eHdilren. \.dn..dK,. ,.. ISiS > if I l"o'brti' I l"l..u hI. n"d, -,' Hen I .tnl.ul.l. agent, or hi attorney. or I wil become of the Clerk of th. llr..1
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.....,.. Tkure.. I pm. Muoal Tempi. Itln ud, atele lbs i.Ioa. Kent or hi. "lfonn>y, or "IIIbuntiie on II i.lt dnf'at tin fruit. ,,"u'lu, IIU."I. 1l.tn niiHr .t4.TIoStL. DAMe: I Is" Yll Alb TO m HO. J,15.luent
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eW rubde i" .tl. bouwor, thla lltli day ot January. 11.'u.e. I nil) aell all rlilht, til. 1'"unTI\ IHlli:. lIp KOUtikn NIbtPlF.LLnA.luInluIrsI.'r 5a.m.0 p.,, for th*wrI'fb' demand
GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS' II,. Iultaot, Idiot and Intvreet. of the 11..aK: : .t THI .ll'VIT ..f .Ih* In th. t'eophalnl.P1534K
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.Blayoi-'Ray Cook ..10'1)'. or It wil OK HTt'AUT Aa "IUSI of .1 1'ubllo Auction tn Ih.hl.h".1 MtKTIVCOLNTrLORIDA tvieaaedMICHAVL I.d County. 11..101. thIs 14th MONDAYS
.....4tk.. Mon.. t pm. City HaO .. rdinHHT v"vriOXVL. BANK the fc.late of N.oml Nellla hlllMr for raah. to ...tiu'VP (IXF.VI I .a LlikSaIANAOterssy at January,
Guard Ae.lll.ry | Kltohlnir P. eald warrant sod nil coat. t'RSN for Adntlnl.trator FOROTHV PIH1CFnHIh .
Cat Commander...Vernoa Cb...* OK WTUARTAdmlnliitratnr. of the ..tat. By ItOI SII 'M"R1iEL Given under my hand and aealtill l'ounlY TOOKER. Ill naiit Oean Blvd. I or THE URCLITUT Sl City nn

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Cassmboois'.CbIFrWlb ( A.Ti SfAAU.5 cnAtYb. Attorney for EnocuiorPub. MARTIN COUNTY. ) rJA 01.0 for Petitioner. Hr.t Pub,: January lRth 111Pobi iCIrcult Court Soul>

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Where The Administration 1 ivesJMMIS Where Art Is I'm I 1'.> Iricliec,, I M A ( lOSl I H* Al III!!.

Introducing the Men and Women Who Will Teach in New High( I


and the B,iplist C hurch. M ss Eurit :MIVS \ lRGII.Ul: : } R.\Y !MRS LBV I ROIURIS I \\ VLIIRI I,. \HII.S \uxxl. N C; received his li.S. degree -
iThe Faculty resides at 817 Ca.st Ocean lioulc NCicncc and cdu
vard in Sluart.GVIDNl'E. Mist R.IY. a native of Ocean Mrs Roberts. IL.icher IIf psychology Mr Well*. another member of in physical: : :

City N. J.. joined the Martin : and one el,ss of bngl hal the m.ithcm,ilics: elcp rtinent. wus ilion from Appalachian St.tie
Will Shape COUNSHOR" County High School' faculty on Martin County H ch, School i is "born in lloncvillc, Ga.. but came Teachers, College Hoonc 1. N (', Irs-j II s To 7 he Healthful New. i
Aug IS( 1962 and presently a native of San frincisco, ('uhf.l to !Stuirt ami griduited from the Mr Yarhoro tenches biology! TheYiihoros I I
MRS 1\1 \RIE :MxllrSON1ILINING : : She the stilt here live in I'mcuood Coltiges
joined in August high school. He utlclklcd Sic I" ,,
Lives l : :
young : : teaches English II and journulisin coming i froin 1 li:'Idwm Counly : University und Horidi Stale Urn Palm City. I
which includes: being faculty All. where she HIS te icher from which he received hiAB
[More important than the phyM i. Mrs Huenmg joined the staff advisor for..the school/ newspaperSouthumd of English and hi lon Mrs, Rib degree vulh mujon in milhcnwtics IORHGUMV.u.: I ; ,...
of the Mart County High Schoolin Mini,i Ray griclunlcd crts graduated from schix,I Iin fU'\R I\.Nl': .
Teal plant are the teachers\:: who and soci il "tudle.I SInce
1963, here from
August l. coming Cathedral Hieji.: School New San Francisco. ('ihl holds
""will I shape the lives of the ntu"dents anAB that lime he h.w done gr idu Mi IR VN'V. ,
from Knickerbocker Junior H gh York M inh itt.inville College with MRKII \ SCHOOL :
when the big move to the School Troy, N Y Mrs Hucmng an A.B. in English and history !degree and music with nujirs She his in done psychology work in of nut Vermont nun ilics at Mr the Well Umvenilv '- I VIVAKrlr : '
is native of Troy N, Y. a j.raduatc and has done work
a graduile atFordhim
Indiantown Road building I is made griduilc study HI I the University done ,
of School hu. pioneer work in I the I lr Alvarc H n.itivc ol 'Hiv -
,Here is a 'Whos Who of the Lansmgburgh High Umverety Miss Ray of Alibami Tusc iloos.i. Alibima use ol programmed learning i n .1I1oI.i C'uba. lei ehes Sp inish. 1'She
I Troy. N Y a graduate of Russell taught ut Port Chester Junior High '
iartm C ounty H gh School fac College, Monlevallo; and Umvcrilly mathem ilics. Mr Well I n a men)- his been In the Marlin County
fulty Sage College.and 1roy with majors She School Port Chester N Y. before of Cieorgia!! Athens. (u. Mrs her if his. pnfcssnnil orgimations High School MIKC Aug, In I9d2. We ure proud to have been the plastering
in sociology psychology to Stuart In aJJi-
r I coming Roberts resides with her hll isbandtrnesl itixl the McthinliM t C hurch i 'Her training was at ho Un versify
: has done graduate study at StemCollege lion, Miss Kay held the
Laudonvillc, N. Y; Albany ot product t n for position Man Ray who is .1 i member ot In udtlillol\l his ichmg elutic .it 11.mini.. Ciba. where she /! contractor in the construction of
GrAduate School of Public manager the Martin County High School he 11.I is also /been co.ich for t h e taught he lore coming to the Unit
iL.cmcm Methods Magazine and I.iculty. un i d famil on Salerno i ed St.llc.. She h I
Affairs Alb my, N. Y,; and reccived I School Management Magizmc ) golf ten H e is affectionately is done additional the school.
I Ro id, Stuart others Mr, work Palm Beach Junior College .
known al
by as Buddy
: her M A degree in guidance Greenwich. Conn.. associate! editor I
Wells resides with his wife, Mmme She makes her home at Wil9Pmcwood I /
from the State University. Albany [ Modern Packaging tncyclopcdia : MRS VNIU IIOUSFR! !!
N Y Mrs Hucmng resides 1 New York; editorial must- 1 YARKORO I ouise! and three sons, III'II Avenue West P ..11 mBctch
I wih her husband John A. and in{ Metropolitan Suction ot Parents l() La-it Fifth Street in Stuart .
two children: Mary Jo and Jehn I Magazine publicity assistant i : Mrs. Yurhoro teacher of'Anwr* His hobby building houses) )MISS/ NANCY MIUtK :
I at 111 Cortez Avenue, Stuart She Houb gant Perfume, New York, lean history and problems of dcmocracy S. A. S1NDON
Is a member of the Martin County production Assistant i Tide Miga joined the faculty of M.irtn SCII:Ml. !U"P.\R: n"N"': I' Miss .Shuck who begin her ,,
I I Classroom Teachers Associat! on. zinc. New York and, editorial assisijnt County H gh School Aug 17I9W work at Martin County High' i
Florida Education Aiillion.. school management, Parents ). Mrs, Yarhoro I is a n iliveol (,H>lt.t: RfMHtkMr : School m 1961/ In Latin instructor

and National Education Associalton. I I Institute, New York City Miss I incoln. N C. a gnduatc of Rcnwick le icher ol hiology Miss I Shuck is u native of I'rank. 21(15( Donald Fort I'icrcc

Department Dean and Counsclors 1' 'Ra> I is a member of C.T.A., F,E.A.. 1 North Brink High School ('herI I is a nilive of Tullulegi, Ala. lin Ky,. where she grulualed Iftmi' I
FEA and St JosephsI and Mornlii Council: Teachers of ryvillc, N. ( and Appal.ichi inSI I, and joined the Mart Ci iinty Hic.h high/ school. 1'She received her U.Alegrce Ii
I I Church I I Incjsh and St Joseph Church .lie Teachers College/ Hoonc, N'j School staff Aug!. In. IVfil/ Ho i ia il / from Georgetown ('uIlCllc.icuralown. 11() ]1.0516
She re'ldcon Sunny Acres Road I C where she received her graduite of Pallulcga/ High ( Ky.. with! majors in
Jensen Beach and MA decrees with. niijors in latin' business education and III
ENGLISH DU'VRIMFMALBERT I : r School 1 lullidega. Ala. Newhcr '
sociology aixl physical education Newbcrry S. c.. where sr-- !
BLUILMr I' DON J. ROMVNILLOM Mrs Yarhoro taught i in North ry College (Continued on Pige 2.DI) : _
he received his B.S. degree in M.Icncc i. ____ .'_ u _

Bli/cl j joined I the staff I mancllo, English III Carolmi She and her before hushind coming. who to Slum is also, His. graduate work has been

at Martin County High!! School 1111 tc iclicr at Marlin County High a Ic icher ul the M.trim County done at Alahima College, Monte .
i 1954. coming here from Clear I School joined the faculty in 194) HIgh Sch water Senior High School. Clearwater I where he has taught/ continuously sons at Pincuood Cotligcs, )Palm Columbia, S. C He was science BANK FROM
He teaches Lngl sh II at except for one year when he was City instructor m Talladega before
the present time Mr Bli/cl is a I a teacher at the Indian River Juntor coming to Sluirl Mr Rcnwiek iII is
native of Clevcl.md, Ohio gradu College, Before coming to SIIHItY .M :MVKIIN member of CT.A.. I I'.E.A.. Jay YOUR CAR !
PR'PAL' I Stuart he cecs, and Mclho t C hurch Most
jj aled from John Hav H !ch School tauifht m New York HL Mr, Martin member of the
i Clevcl.md; received: his- A.B, degrece i is a native of Port Che'ler. N Y: milhcmatcs dcpirtmcnt Martin people know Mr Rcnwiek because .
: CLRIIS; HOODAILp and of his recent illness I K.kjiw .
and from presently resides with his family
in English history i County High School. came here
Came to M irtm H gh Ohio Wcslcyan University. Dele at CI.O.South(> Indian River Aug 20, 1'J5H. Mr M.trim i is an Mr Kcnwick and his wile' I
[School as pnncipul: J fnl: ((963 ware, Oh o. and his M.A. degree | Drive Fort Pierce He is a grad itivc of I.>omi. Ky, He 1a grad Jc incite. and three children live
[from Okecchobce where he had in education and speech from I uatc of Port hestcr High School I uatc of Slurgis H'gh School.I Slur m Pme Manor Stuart -

I (been principal I since 19 3. PriorI Western Reserve University. Clcvc t I Port Chester; Manhattan College, gis. K> .. and University of Illinois IRNISI: RAY KOIItHIHMr
to his coming: to Okeechobec he land He has done addition grad New York where he received his where he received his U.S..
I hi d been pnncipi I in HarJm Coun uatc study at the Univcrsty of AB degree with majors In Fng i ilish |lB. A and M A. degrees w th m i)- Roberts physics and chcniislry : .
Ity. Tcnn, Mr Woodall Is a native Florida Gainesville. Mr Bli/el! ; and Bhlc and M.A. degree I ors in milt hemal Ie.. science and instructor. joined the staff of
[of Marion, K> where he attend resides on St I Lucie B >ulcvard. from Columbia University New economics. He has done additional Martin Cdinly High School: Aug
|.tl and graduated from Marion Stuart He ia member of F,F.A. I York with majors in English. soci graduate work at the University I 16. 1962/ He is a native of C'larksville Pg
High School He holds a B.S. aodJ and Nitiomil Council, of Teachers I il studies, and Bible, He i is a'' of Kentucky I.exinjjlon. Ky Mr Tcnn, Gnluited from Coffee .
I | >I I.A. degree with majors in social of English F.E.A, Department member of CTA and! FEASKIVI Mart, taught in high schools in I High School: Florence, Ala.
IJHudies. physical education, admin of English Teachers He has served I Illinois and Kentucky and Polk received! his A.H, from I lore nee
!I'itlralion and supervision.from Murjr.cy as advisor to the Student' Council. Items1 ntP\RI- County before coining to Sluirl SI.tie College/ I II"rence. Ala He
State Teachers College He !I MINI; I I He resides with his wife Marlhiam ... did gmduuto work at University
,Ife married l and has two children ) two sons. David and Billy of Alabama. Tusculoosa. Ala. University
IWr. Woodall his wife, Nancy, and JOHN: A. CARSON: Tom at W)5) Krueger P.irk way I of Georgii. Athens, Ga,

I two children. Nancy\ Jane and Mrs' Jackson. English IV high I I Mr Carson, a nitive of Philadclphia I Stuart, He 1a member of CTA..j and Alabama College, Monlevallo PV
(John reside at 70J Weir Street, school tnglsh teacher is a nitive i t Pa. joined the Martin FEA and Baptist Church, All where he received his
!Stuart He IH a member of the of Stuart coming: from one of the I County School System in 1952 He M A degree with a nuijor; m ,.1.!
(Methodist Church and Stuart Ki Martin County pioneer families. begin as sixth grade teacher in the MMIS t. SCOIIMr cnce Mr Roberts taught/ science
I Warns' Club He n a member of the She is a graduate Stuart High I" Sluiirt Elementary School and was Scott, business mathematics I in Baldwin County. Ala; Oak
Florida Education : teof :I I I Tenn. before coming loStu Our drive-m windows offer additional
j Association! and and Florida College for transferred to t h. social I studies teacher came: to Stuart ,las-t year Riddgc
Ipcporlmcnt I; of Secondary: Pnnci:!. Women (now F.S.U.I.) with a nA I department of the Martin County Aug 26. 1963 from Silcm irt. He is a member of phi convenience ._
Ipils. Florida Education AssociI .B. degree with majors in Eng High School in 1954 where he I Va He is a native of Ashley, Delta: Kappa Jdhi the t piscopul:: Diy Long Banking*
allon. lish and social' studies. In add tion I has continued since. Mr Carson Va, He graduated from W'I [ hurch He a wife, I liha
she attended Abbeville Normal and graduated from M, S Hershey I High School Salem; West and family live on Salerno Road
1IBK.\KIVN Teachers College Asheville N C ; High Schod la Wesley an. Huckhannon, where Sluirl
Hcrshey, Pa Tuvculum
; Mon. thru Thtirs 7:30 1,1 til 6 ,mI .
[MISS OIM.Y TIRES.I EURIT and the University of Florida II College Greenville Tcnn. he received his B S. degree in bust I (,FOKGt; A. YARBOROMr \ 1 :
Gainesville Besides teachmu in where he received hit AR. "l. urce ness administration and economin rid tys 7:30 i,m. ((17, :10 p.m.Salurdiy .

Miss Eurit was born in West i I Stuart she has tauiiht in Palm I with majors in history;-;political, i iI He also attended Graduate Yarhoro. newest number: <.f 7.10: ) am til 12CM() ) noon
irg ma. but has lived in Stuart I Beach County and Duval CounIty I science, and sociology; George I Schix)! of Business" West Virginia I he science department stiff joined "
most of her life She attended Mrs Jickson has two daughIcrs I Peabodv" College for Teachers University, Morgimtown Mr !Scott j{ the Martin County High School We have regulir bunking hours loot
Stuart Junior and Senior High Mrs Carol Sands and Judy Nashville/ Tenn. where he received is a member of several' professional tlalf, this. year after having !taught
and graduated from Stuart H gh i Jackson She resides on Madison' I his VI.A. degree/ In educa org mualiom I i and was active I in the Junior High School since \
School V(now Martin County H gh Avenue, Stuart an,I is a member I lion administration counseling: in Boy Scout work /before coming I'JhH.> He is a native of C level mdN Our Drive.In Window provides real
School) She attended Florida: State of the CTA. FEA. and the guidance. He has done further'110 !Stuart. C'.. attended. : _high_school al_Bel
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College for women (now Florida Florida Council for English Teachers graduate study at the University convenience for Try it soon! .,,:
State University) and graduated and is a member of the Presbyterian of Florida. Mr Carson is a mem you. ,
*ith an A.B. degree with majors Church I her of several' professional organizations 'A"jj 1\" .

in elementary education.: English MRS. BEIIY C. McCLIRt: : including Department of Best Wishes To The New "
She Social Sludcs
taught one year FEA He resides \>
, in Lake Worth and began her I Mrs McClure (wife of Dan W I with his wife and children at 7 May we offer best t wishes. lit the beautiful t :;
leaching in the Stuart Elementary McClure Sr) teachers English III Theresa Street. Stuart. Martin School Martin County H'gh School on Its Oedlcation '
School sixth grade (now Parker and speech at Mart County High
i n County High
I\LE W. CLARK Sunday, Kb 9th at 3 p m 1 his is fit
School .
) m 1926 In 1951 she was ; School'. Mrs. McClure is a native :I
of the most complete educational:. ; .,
transferred from this I truly one
position to I of Augusta Ga. a graduate ofStuart Vfr Clark joined the social/ stud }
I,brartan at the Martin County I High il School and Florida I tn department staff of the Martin We arc proud to ha\c installed thequarry .. facilities on floridd's Emit C oastBANK .
School" where she has 1 '
Jligh continued University where she .
reccived County High School in 1950. coming
She had done graduateork : her A B. degree with majors ; from Central' Hiyh School, Es i tile in the construction of this .I.. ;
in library science at the UmVcrsity in English and speech" Mrs sex (ounty N Y He U a native newest educational facility .
of Florida and Florida McClure joned the Martin County I of Barton, Vt and is a graduate OPSTUART
State University. Mis! Eurit was I High' School faculty in I960 of Barton Academy Barton, Vt. I i
warded the Freedom Foundation havmii taught before in Baker University of Vermont. Burling
Medal a few years ago for her I and Taylor Counties and at Stuart I ton Vt. with a .a.s. ja Junory, I GULFSTREAM TILE CORP.COIW.N f
(stand ng work in the Martin Elementary Mrs. McClure I psychology and science: and a ""
County High School She n a resides with her husband Dan
master degree with
tr of Florida Education. mem-I and three children: Betty Ann Linda and hMory majors He-'""in eduCation with GVIt AT 7-2559 SI UAH f f fI

,librarian Avsociatwn, Tail and Dan Jr m the EldoradoHeljhts : his family on East fifteen Street

Delta Kappa Gamma sorority section of Stuart III Stuart. I -- - -- THI rmiNOU IANK Ml I. OCIAN IOULIVARO, ITUAftT, FLORIDA

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The Faculty at

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hie Mm Shuck 1'1' a member' of
the Baptist Church. She resides at

TO THE PEOPLE OF the DcVmncy 76. Stuiirt Apartments. Highway l


M r. DiiHis leaches' industrialarts
MARTIN COUNTYDear at well as economics' He is a
native of M>'rllc\\'ood, Ala. He al'l
undid Sueetwalcr High
S"cclwitcr' Ala. and Universityof
Alihima, Tusciloosa: here I
. he earned his B.S. degree in industrial -
arts and economics He be. ,
f1 gm his teaching career in Stuart. I
Friends, He resides with his wife, Sara,
tJJ TV' and three children at 835 Stafford JACK SMOL'Sr:
Drive Stuart. He is a memo General Co-orriinaliii
hr of C.T.A. and F.E.A., also the
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Baptist Church

You arc invited to attend the dedication ceremony and open. house. KKIIVRI R MIHLSKV | grim stilted Mr. William ""lid.i
ed Lebanon High School I ,h,.
Mr. Mikuska teacher of drafting I non, Tenn. and graduated ''I t he
at the new Martin County I ligh School on State Road 76 at 3 p.m. Sunday, joined the Martin County High I University of Kentucky II "ih ,

School staff Aug. 16. 1961 when B.S. degree in physical edi, ,Ion i,
9.The he begin his i t leaching career Mr I and science. He look hit drll.r
February Mikuska is a native of Parkston: training at Florida State lllll'f'
S. D.: graduate of Tnpp' High i I' sity. lulhhussec Helmut 'in |>.
School Tripp, S. D.. and Southern kalh County Tenn.. before "'''11.
I State Teachen College Spring ing to Stuirl He has been .,cIIIC
field, S. D.. where he majored in in professional'
Dedicatory Address will be given by the i Honorable Thomas drafting and industrial arts He Martin County Teachers. ( redo mil''
attends the Lutheran Church He I Union president "J.C' ,m.t I his
and his wife. Paula reside at Pine. wife Billie, and their i two .hidrcn .
D. Bailey, State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The ceremonies arc wood Cottages in Palm City Kim und Carl, live ."n i $li
California Avenue in Stuart

to he held in the gymnasium of the new school. BUSINESS EDUCATION MRS IMIIHl: P.
nom ON
Berll'lrae'erho duce
Mn. Bouton, a native of Mt. the girls physic education PIlI.
Olive. Miss? attended high schoolin gram is a native of I ncolnNebr
Your Board of Public Instruction, in cooperation with the architects I itticshurg Miss? graduated .. came to Stuart Aug .u
with a B.S. degree' in busmen education 19%. and joined the Martin ( "unly .
/ from William Carey College High School staff Mrs Berjstracsser .
& Associates and the State Hoard of Education
Armstrong-Pryor Hattiesburg She had done better known to the .i tu.
I graduate work at Mississippi Southern dents as Bergic," attended I In.I .

has sought to build for Martin County a I High School Plant that will meet Hatticshurg Mrs- Boulon. I coin received High her School, Lincoln Nchr
taught in Mississippi I and Charlotte B.S. in physical cdu
Ii County before coming to Stuart cation from the Umvcnin' Vbraska .
our present needs and form a central base for expansion as Martin Countygrows. She is a member of the Baptist. Before coming to Snun
Church and resides with her busband she taught in Lancaster and (.n\f
l I' at 825 Osceola Street' Stuart. Counties, Nehr.. and Salem Ohn
The Bergstraessers' live
on Legun
Street, Hibiscus Park Stuart
Mrs. Swam teacher of business
education, shorthand hookkee' ,. BAND DIRECTOR:

ing and typing, joined the Martin FMOYNt t. ROIL
The new I High School is an important step forward for educationin I County High School staff in August .
1963 after having taught one Mr Roll newest member at l the
year lit the Julian Parker School. school's staff joined the Mculta
I Martin County. It is designed to incorporate the most modern principles Prior to that time, Mrs Swain band director on Jan 2. 19h
taught in Georgia and Highlands He is a native of Rochester P.I.
County. Mn Swain attended Camilla attended school at Cocoa High.
in classrooms and the educational techniques of today. It is completely High School, Camilla, Cia; Rock!ledge/ and graduited ffom
Shorter College and University' of Florida Slate University "nh .,
*1r."'- ..- lrnm ..., CMMIIU where she received herBS BS. in mu\ie. Mr. Roll h\ vile/
air-conditioned. It is planned for the most efficient Inter-use of its vari:* 'r degree in commerce. She has and infant daughter, live ,in 1'.lm I
done graduate work at Appalachian City.
Slate Teachers
f ous departments. Boone, N. C and cOliege'1 Other Martin County Hifh I
I Florida. She is a member of School staff members. in addition,t
F.E.A.. sponsor of Future to the administrative and teaching
en Club at MCHS. She lives with staff, who are important to the
her husband and four children on operation of the school are:
This is your high school. Every taxpayer in Martin County, as Highway 76. Stuart !SIRS FRANCES: BRIDGES


well as the taxpayers of Florida, had a share in building it. It was built under Mr. Horton, C. E. coordinator: ly Mrs secretary Bridges and who is now was bookkcep former

and director for the Adult Education er, textbook custodian and school

the "payas-you-go plan," and not by any bond issue. Thus, of necessity, joined the Program faculty in of Martin Martin County County state store of operator Georgia is a Mrs native Bridges of the J\

High School on Aug I, 1957 a member of the Baptist Church
and hat continued in these positions and resides with her' husband Carl.
your school tax for 1963 reflected the construction of this and other physi ever since. Before coming in Pine Manor She has one "on' .

to Stuart, Mr. Horton taught in Brooks She has been at MCHS

cal improvements in the schools of Martin County. Ala Jackson. Gibson and and Dckalh Madison' Counties Counties since 1946

lenn Mr. Horton is a native MRS! RITA T\UBF PECK
s of DcKalb County, Tenn.. attended
Gerald -. Mrs Peck who makes her home
High School and Howard I
'I at 145 Riverview Drive in Sunnhas .
College Birmingham, Ala.. I
Expansion of the schools has been made necessary by the phenomenal ,a.. where in he received his A B. degree/ I pal since been July secretary 23. WO to the She prmc is an'
English und social science
active .
member of the First Prc
received his ,
growth of Martin County in the past fourteen years-from 8,000 persons University of Tennessee degree with from maj theI bytcnan\Vomens' Church Club Mrs and the Peck Junior is J

on in vocational' education and administration native of Fort Pierce a graduate

in 1950 to 17,000( in 1960 to an estimated 22,500 today. nn active and member supervision.of C.T.A.He is. of Martin' County High School: n
F.E.A. und Methodist I married to Robert Peck, and hi
He three children, and
and his wife Trcssie live at 813 Robby Mary, Kevin
East Thirteenth Street in Sftnrt I
As the population grows, the pupil registration grows. New build. FINE ARTS Mr Funk has been custodianat

!MRS LUCILLE C. NELSON the Parker School since July
ing arc necessary. Additional teaching personnel must be retained. New Mn. Nelson' I960. 'and will become head custodian .
instructor in fine \ and maintenance supervisor '

.: buses must be added to the transportation stem. And the outmoded must i She High arts, School joined stalf the Aug::20 County, 1958: is a native at the off w Chicago high school, mimed He
is a native of Brooklyn .
N. Y. and has six sons and one daughter
She attended Fort Hamilton High The Funks reside on Route
be replaced. School Brooklyn received her No. 2, Stuart. He will be assisted
B.A. degree in art from Adelphi by Carroll A. Vaughan and Carol
,\ College, Garden City N. y. and C. Hancock
graduate study at University of
M.ia.mt. Coral' Gables She has been !MRS MARIE MNCVin

Your Board of Public Instruction is keenly'aware of its two great book advisor for for several the years"Sailfish"She year.and The new snack bar will be under .
her husband Ronny live the direction of Mrs Mane
on Mich.

responsibilities : ((1)) to provide the best possible education for our children a igan member Avenue of Florida Palm City Art Associaoon She is. Pa.Kmcaid., and a a graduate native of In Philadelphia.home economics .

from West Philadelphia

(and 2)) to do so in the most economical manner in keeping with providing ATHLETIC- new High member School.. of Mrs.our Kincaid staff but is roc a

DEPARTMFNT new to Stuart as she and her
fst them instructors ROBERT T. COLLINS JR. husband have lived in Stuart since
school and with
-class plants staffing superior
," tp' 1947. They reside on North CiroIma ; -
,J r f Coach Collins joined the Martin .; Drive She ta member of the
'; ? L: County High School staff at MethoJbt' Church and is a Past'
"i physical education instructor and matron of the local! chapter of the
1 t ;"J; t< head coach and now is athletic di I Order of the Eastern Star.
rector. Coach Collins '
a native of
Yours Most Sincerely, '" :'>; LaBele attended Fort Myers High I AIRS. HARRIET ELKLNS
] School Edison College and grad 'faklns 'scll oI' has
v. uated from the aka
; Universe of Flor
fa this/ position since I95A
"'" "'.1.<. ;... ida with a BS. decree In physical She i I. a native of. Clinton, S. C,

: Martin County Board of Public Instruction 1{ Collins F.E.A education and h and a Department member social studies of of C.T.Coach.. and.. !resides fouf! ,children with) fief husband fit I Theresa Cliff.Md .

F.E.A. He and Coaches. Streel In. Stuart. She received ber
wlte. Lou ,
reo RN.
degree frorn Spartanburg
side with their two sons In'St.. General ,
Hospital! Spartanburi
!Lucte )Estates, Stuart.
S- C Mr. Elkms n a member of
I ?rsl. J. C. WILLIAMS the Presbyterian Church the Or-
der of the Eastern. Star and u*
1 'r, Mnq .. ", ., Mr. WiUiami, a native of Nash.. Florida\ Nurie':< *' 'Association.Uaited .
vile/ Tenor, amvuj in $wilt and
tbe Martin !.t,,,..
joined County State! vehicle re-
.... .. .. motor '
I. "" School
< coaclunj ia/:(, (( suction, are! estimated at 71,6)1 I.-
J 1916> He .Ms beta driver trMomt 000 ka W6t rise ot... U pH cent:
imtrucW M wed wnc prw. dvsr 19'61' ; ... : pi


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_rilF I_Sll'ARI'-_ (FlmkI&i' ..FS_!IhnrwlwY,_Fehnmry_*,_1911 3-D


! Invites You To Attend The Dedication Ceremonies At The
New Martin County High School On Sunday, February 9th, 3 p.m.

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:. ... We Are Proud To Have Been Chosen As General Contractor
For This Project. We Thank The School Board, Architect,

Engineer and Sub Contractors For Their Cooperation.

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For Top Quality Commercial, Industrial & Residential Construction

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4-D THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Ihur+da. February 6, (964I Bailey Tells of "' ;:.
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I Parking' Space Available for -500 Autos.; : I Progress MadeIn .., .

*, New School Has 66,000 Square F eet The SchoolsBy :''.'" .


Of Space, 82 Rooms, 26 ClassroomsI The Stale Minimum Superintendent Foundation Program -

has been expanded and un-

Of course, this question will Beginning at the lop" l h c system and master clock opera. proved. The "75-25" plan of ft- ''I I _

Physical i resolve itself before many day school l administration Principal( tion.There nancing lion will approved place school this past financing scs- ''
I have passed. By Monday of the. James C. Woodall and staff) will are Iwenty. h classrooms, on an even more secure and stable! k
second week, it is predicted classes be housed in n 1n 1eCJ1pace\ occupying or teaching areas in the building, buiA comprehensive building .
Description 11IIJ: running i as smoothly .1.500( vuuiire feet. In this ranging in sue from 2,500( square program, helped Florida keep pacewith ___
is they) in the old high school.A area facing Indiantown Road feel down to 576 square feet. Seating expanding enrollments ,

There will be a puzzled 515 look al the space and mute will be found the lobby princi capacity of the rooms varies. Florida has incrcaseu tile anuiunt
students during the first few days of rooms ,md corridors in I the pal's! office the office of (the assistant The library occupies 2,500 of for education ol. r
money spent r
after they move into the new and new school will readily show why principal, office of the square/ feet and includes a workroom its school children from ii7Ms I (
rambling Martin County High i the students will have to do a little dean of girls bookkeeping room, conference room, and periodical per child in current operating evcnscs
School. hunting to find where they arc duplicating room two rooms for room. > in 1949-49\ to an estimated
There'll probably be many class shcdulcd to he each period guidance counselor, conference. One large room on the north 374 in I 196364.
delays all students search corridors The new school has .1 total area room IL'ucherlounge.. health' dinit. side of the school contains a work. The Minimum Foundation Pro->
and peep into rooms in an effort dl fin DM' ) square feel I record vault!, ,and tour toilets I shop. It has 2,500 square feel grain unit value for instructional
{ to solve the question. 'Wonder ,it t t1 I hi total numhci, "i- I spaces I Then a> aIM> space! tor the ,intercommunication I and contains a finishing room salaries has been increased' in five
;/1 (his is where I belong this period i room! in cighh-twi', system, fire alarm I paint room, printing press, and ;of f the last six legislative In',
student tables.A .
a total increase ranging I'r o m
D 1 separate: :rui nlai the S ,,400( to $2,200 per teacher with
southeast side the building i additional increases provided from
''I is the machine room containing local I fund the average annual
heating and air condition units, ,lary paid teachers in I94X-49
electrical! vault, and cooling tow was $2,792. This year's ((19(1 -641) ,
er The entire main building is average annual! salary for cla' :
air-conditioned with the excep room teachers is estimated at $5.-
hon of corridor 940)(), highest t in the southeast.
The new school docs not havea Florida teachers continue U beamons
cafeteria. However, two snack the best qualified in the I
bars and a paved patio are avail nation, with 99.22 per cent of the ;
able. Each snack bur has 288 ale's 49,597 teachers holding
square feet.Largest caching certificates' based o nouryear i
area of the school is college degrees or better.
the gymnasium.! It contains 10,000( ) Florida's twenty-eight junior colegcs I- I
square feet, seats 900 people, and with an enrollment this year ofover I
1 has two conference playing 50,000( ( ( pupils, represent one ?
courts and four practice courts. of the most t outstanding accomishmcnls -
At one end of the gymnasium is a pli in education of the last !
1 large stage used! for music classes fifteen' years. Only four or five
\ In another area are dressing additional )junior colleges are need- 1cd I PLANTING: window boxes ul the new Marlin Counts High, School are these member ot the Tabchuta
IP4r E rooms for boys and girls, as wellas to provide a junior college with.In group or the Garden Club of Stuart left to right: Mrs Esther Fenton. r.lrJellnne Reiner Mrs Dorothy -
showers, toilets and offices for commuting distance of 99 percent ( octant Mrs Etta DcStefano and Mrs, Marifran Roster
teaching personnel and couches. of the state's population.The .
The new building has five major new and successful Amcrcanism -
corridors. The main corridor vs. Communism course/ i IS
contains 784 student lockers, and now in its second year m Florida
It twenty-two feet wide! and 200( schools. The course has proved 10be
x feet long. In this area, students effective both in instilling in
are expected to congregate between !students an ad,atones of the threat
classes and before school begins. which communism present ( o
I In another section of the bUild. human dignity and freedom ind
ling is an open courtyard where, in developing in students greater
i I according to school officials, students appreciation of the American>
I may "communicate with i t ut life. (The course has won two
I each other in a relaxed atmoshere. freedoms Foundation Awards-!
." The courtyard is easily the Slate Department of Education -
cccssihle to classrooms and administrative I received the James Madison
areas. It has 2,500 ward and I received the Amcri-
square feet, and contains scats and can Educators Medal.)
leachcrs. It is landscaped. Other highlights of school pro. t
Considerable paving has been gross include: a vocation education -
.ink SNovitlf Ntori r., .i. d.+ w aW'"Rfd'Arti f4aii a done around the building/ with ; program which is the fastest I i t
more added from time to time. rowing in the nation, the initi-
OPEN: COt RI YARD AND BENCHES: At present 500 Cars can be park atlon and expansion of the driver

I for A Relaxed Atmosphere ed.At education: program, increased use
the front gate of the schools of educational, television legislative -
a lame sign/ reading Martin appropriation of the full request -
County High School with tracks for purchase of textbooks,
for sliding letters. improvement in the textbook selection -
Most of the rooms are paintedin system to provide more !
We Would Like To Extend pastel Shades.. thai blend tc' .fttrrtelplHlorrfcylay' citizen new
make the "school a pleasant and II i n d higher "school accreditation
interesting place to work and learn standards. renewed emphasis p n
moral and spiritual values, teaching
Hiishes.: I of economic education, emphasis on

Best Oh Well Some foreign languages, leadership < n.
use of the new courses in mathe.latics.
i II chemistry, biology and

To r Things Never physics, increased guidance conn-
soling, and continued emphasis on
I the fundamentals t of reading, writ-
I Ever ChangeThough ing, arithmetic and spelling with
dg.'r. special' emphasis on the import-

!Martin County, whose ability and j most things at the nearly anca of reading.Examples of. Florida scholar- ,
I ,
:t completed Martin County High ship are many: A Florida student
mcnt has given the county not only a beau. School will be new there'll be a scored the highest mark in the a i
1._ few old things, school officials re nation in the 1959 U. S. CoastGuard

tiful edifice in the new I high school but port.There'll be the same old text- nominated examinations.by Senator All five Spes-students -

looks, and the (lightly old ones sand Holland for the U. S. Naval r
to its junior citizens a brighter outlook for began.
hat were new when school Academy earned high, academic

ratings and are on the superinten-
the future. There'll be the same old tests dent's honor list. A Florida student
There'll be the same.. old discipline, was named the ton student-
There'll be the same old school scientist i t in 1962; two Florida students -
lours. scored in the top forty in the
I WILBUR PLUMBINGOld Hut school officials said they nation in 1963. Florida students
wouldn't dire "the same old
say score consistently above the nllional -
11\\ teachers," norms in mathematics and LOCKERS AM DRESSING: : ROOM

\ [Dixie Highway Jupiter' Fla. 746.74 School Saved science.However despite the tremendous I Where The Ballgumcs. Are Replayed

\ strides which have been made, -

increasing school enrollments pre
On sent for the
Landscaping a continuing problem
future.It .
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for education must continue to
increase, teacher salaries will haveto
will look little bare
a beyond
keep pace with the need for
the ,uphill areas around the new additional teachers
I and with I the
I \ Martin County High School-bu needs of teachers, and our bUilding ,: _" '.1 Y4.
iton't always be that way. ,
program must' be continuedto
Hy foregoing a sprinkling!. system
meet desperate situations in the
irrigation, I lawn planting; ,
more rapidly-growing
shrubbery trees, and flowers' the
: I To keep pace with the chang
!school board saved $40.000 and ,
ing needs and demands in the area
'PUI the money on the new addition
Instruction N
a at Carver Gardens School. of methods and ,techniques research of in teaching new El I ; '
Some good-hearted residents
must' be continued more comprehensive
and! u local club or two told ttKurd
high schools must be
its :
to save money they'dhelp
established to provide the blendof
on the landscaping a "httle! huinr o
the academic and vocational
hit at a time
programs/ 1 to better prepare
our youth for post-high, school vocational
(il.iss fiber-one of the mo\ ,,
and technical
versatile manufacturing. materials and a long-range program toprovide :
I -was unknown! housewives andI
our and adults the
until the 1930s. youth
drapers early
Congratulations. I special vocahonal-rechnical,, educa
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lion training the need must be -

To the beautiful new Martin County I High Smo"er SayatOREYENI developed.In. every, .curriculum area finance and, administration organization .- I :

School. We are proud to have been chosen FOSTRlfr ( earnest and aggressive efforts i kHift1"
must be made teachers
as the contractor for all paving at the new and parents, working by together, to I A wwsI \

school. maintain Florida's high level of I I _
education with the aim of providing
i;" the kind of quality educa- iiILI iij
900 dN tion needed by boys and girls to ; ':. .
I sI NEIP best prepare: them for living successfully I
w.,,,,, in this age of space tech

DICKERSON INC. c nology.1 am confident that working I

together, we will continue 10 meet
our problems squarely and that
we will maintain the fine recordof
: and l improvement in
s: AlA Golden Gate 2S7.19SS education. J

Half of the world's know\ uranium The Empty Shelve Will Soon Be Full -
I 8avs our forate firm ftnl \lies in the Congo.

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First General Flcctric? Language I ab in Florida TTtF "n'\RT (FloTirfu) NTW!

& -ut Ihufsdav., l bruaf> 6, 196-1 5UI

I About 5') per cent of the moon sI

Many Changes Coming at the ,I surface is visible from the earth
it various times because' of lunarI

i I 1 I'a\. r r ni, i''inn' ': 41 pr cent has,
i n.ier bun seen hv man, but tome
e' ,i II' h. I H urudclv
4r i i n photoIK -
I High School: Teaching Machines ,.I '\ I ,itsiny 'Soviet space


way communication between ,i
.: e r Electronics Age in console in the admmistruiiu! woe
and every room in the 1 building
including AM and I-M radio
I broadcasts of important n t u ,
Much New items, increased first aid I ti.u ,hue' ,
Teaching; and space, and improved records
\Jj. An ample parking. area will enable
\ Science a considerable part ol' drIVel
I EquipmentBy training Instruction to be earned

out public before highways.the student drives on

tr BUNMY: / ABBOTT All in all, if Martin County High
School students cant get a decent ,
I Changing times have come to Martin County High School, and education, it will largely be then
we don't t just mean the mag!.liinc of that mime, edited and (published own fault, /\ :; ,
hv good friend! of the county W M. Kiplmger( of Washington D. C. .
and Bay Tree lodge Sewalls Point AIRMAN KOSTtR GOKSTO ; : .. ..'iPO:
At the time of writing, it is still uncertain exactly hcn the first ENGLISH BASE: .
classes will be held! in the line new Airman Third Class James A ,
I building on Slate Road 7h. but the 1 lecture Amplifiers insure that
Koster of Stuart is "being reassigned ..
dedication ceremonies are firm for the lecturer is heard lo Wethersfitrld: RAF Station: : "Y'J + ..
I Sunday Feb 9, I The laboratory also has twelve England following his graduation

The !imminent change of location "Math-Master', desks. for test. purposes (fr"nthe technical training course _, ,',' \ 1
will bring in its wake other inscribed with tables of for United States Air Force administrative L. .-J 41, .
rout.l changes; particularly making possible !- logarithms, trigonometrical functions specialists at Amur
changes In teaching and and equations. Thirty other ilia Air Force Base, Tex NOT CAPE K.NNFJY.: hut Martin: County High School Is theme
learning methods in several subjects flat-topped tables may be used by Airman Rosier! was trained! to ol, this Intricate control panel Co-ordmalor Jack Smouse Isnt

,. .. 1 up to four students, and, while a type, prepare and route official launching a missile, he's connecting !language tape to a particular
...... A substantial part of the $10- lecture is not in progress' t h e correspondence, maintain files and let of headphones for student usa in learning Spanish
000) for new equipment has been 1'01'111I ill have a luhrary'-like. air, follow general office practice*.
spent for the loreign languagesI with students going to and frombuokhclve'l -- -- -- -._s= Fli'e -
; ,H', !: ,. science and mathematics departments reading, researchingor I
i dn'a'r 'J I doing blackboard. work. with

"' .:,..... /., : !'ii.'Z1 .,!./.':t.. .."',4'. MCHS.' now boasts a General teachers Are Proud To Have Reen The
Electric laboratory for languages Plans call for the addition of
NEW' : G 1.:. LANGUAGE: LAB Jack Sniouse general coordinator tor Martin County !schools, more commonly known as a Ian- more practical and applied! mathematics I
demonstrates to students, Cynthia Sameck and Tom Hawkcn how Spanish can be learned from a guagc lab," the only Ci IE. installation of the commercial and Masonry i ContractorIn
professional prepared This has four of iu kind! m Florida AI technical type, for non-college studentil .
tape equipment and may be used! by individual!) and
groups hlle others in the class are learning by more conventional methods first glance it appears as if theteacher The Construction of The New .
of foreign! languages would Unfortunately there are no facilities -
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before attempting to use the com be knight at the new plant As
('licated-lookrng mechanism, but a result, those girls who have not
Principal Speaker Sunday Has such apparently is not !so yet taken at least one year of MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLlest
The equipment will enable the 'home cc" will be transported t by
teacher to work with an individual bus lo the junior high school for
student or group by menus of a this. work When (facilities. are added .
Had Lifetime Education Career microphone( and headphones, while at the new location, more ex
other students are taking advantage tensive courses in home economies
o f professiouaslly-prpare4. tapes. will he olfercd
The latter group can listen lo "I 1 Rescheduling permit both Wishes To All On Dedication Day
Many Honors I master tape; record their accent boys. and girls to make use of the I
by repeating or answering questions magnificent new gymnasium for
Are AccordedIn : ;, play back. (heir recording, physical education. Sunday, February 9th( I
and further record any ncccvsary Bind practice will continue at
I correction. Tour channels enablea the old I Log Cabin for a while, but
Education P s i .'? R f bYa group to work together without, band practice can he held on I the !
i interfering with other groups 'l.1.lg.ilhout. interfering with
I Blackboards still hive a place ph '-e" classes. nine the stage
Thomas I D Bade Florida state m the language I..h. where convcn- ,1 has a v>und-proof curtain, Iliere I I Ii DOMAR CORPORATION
superintendent of public inslruclion I tional training methods will not he ,I i are also rooms for individual or
i who will:: he principal' i speakcr : j entirely discarded, j group bund! practice: 1 I
Hi dedication of the new Mar I 1 he wiring tar similar apparatus
tin County High School next Sun. I has been installed in the business Students as. well at I I
bend from the fine IIlhlllni'lrll.1 BEACII1\1
day.ultcri, g had a lifetimecareer education department, where it I IS AIRBASE .102.6332 VEKO l \
i in a uoattion. hoped) to install, equipment lor the tor live: suite, which will, : I Iguid \
contact students und
He started in 1919' principal I teaching of shorthand and dicta-' .
conferences I
mcc personnel; .j
lion in the future. I 7.-
of a rural two-room school wherehe between and teachers two- ": :
taught all grades from five to Science a subject I in which parents ; ,. ,. ,
I J - --- ---- ----------- -- -
eleven MCHS has been able to hold Us
Ka head! high for several years past,
He his since been principal of II
schools in Ciovan and Georgetown, i naturally has been /given, plenty of I
S. C, president of the Thomas floor space and added facilities
There is, of course, laboratoryspace
Industrial Institute ut DeFumak
for biology, physics, chemistry .
Springs schools; and in the supervising cities I of principalof DcFum- I and general science.: CONGRA TULA TIONS
There I also
a biological storage
ak Springs Ocala and Tampa. rtn and preparation room, which
He was elected state superintendent
includes a new $1,800 clnnalormm -
of public instruction m 1948 t4i e y s The climatorium will maintain .
and is now serving his fourth term from .
any temperature (.0) to
He recently announced that he 4r 2X( degrees Fahrenheit, control STUDENTS and MARTIN COUNTY
will seek a fifth term light intensity, frequency and duration
Bailey is a past president and und control humidity the
life member of :the Florida EduCation same room has an autoclave (ster-
Association, u life memberof ih/cr), a workbench with vise in
the Florida Congress of Par the repair( urea and a plant-pot.
enl and Teachers, and .i i hf mem ting area.
her of the National Education As, Another room in the science S
social ion, block is a continuous-oper
He l is past president of I'I'f i e ation set-up for chemical experiments
Council oaf Chief Slate t School In addition to a triple-dis.
ficers, the national organisation tillalion unit, it has, as a safety 0
composed of superintendents t andcnmmnu precaution, a blow-out ceiling panel .
nncr.'. nf- education- of the SUPF.RIN1LNDENF: / 1 IIIOMIS I P. BULKY which in the case! of an explosion
fitly stales i und four territories.: He I will leave the building without .
has also been chairman of the Legislative tee on New Education Media'', "U957)); Citation for Meritorious the instructor and class ncccvsanly .
Committee of the Council (Title VII. National Defense Ldtication i Service by the National Foundation 1 following

and a member of its board of directors Act), for J Infantile Paralysis ((1958)I\/ ), I I The teacher planning area dou
the Southeastern has received awards. bles
Bailey many as a reserve research area
Distinguished Service .
Slates He served for six years including: Stale Farmer Degree : Award by I for small groups of students e
as a member of the Legislative ((1949)): Certificate for Outstanding I the Florida Association for Health I The delicate. equipment 'room We are proud to have been chosen
Commission of the National EduCation Service by the American Legion Physical Education and Recreation I houses an $1,800 phase microscope .
Association ( I9M I ); American Farmer ( (Cl9514)); Certificate for Men- which will enable students
HIs a member of the board of Degree ((1954)). Certificate for Distinguished torious Service by Florida Police to watch internal cell division, an o
directors, of the Sehool Facilities Service by Council of Chiefs analytic balance, which weighs to do the ELECTRICAL work in
Council of Architecture Education Chief State School Officers ((1955)); ((1959)I ); Leadership one-tenth of a milligram, the to
und Industry and a member Certificate of Merit by the Com Award in Driver Education equivalent of the amount of lead r e
of the National Advisory Commit- munity Junior College CouncilINTERCOMMUNICATION' by the American Automobile Association from a pencil required to dot an
-- ((1959)); Certificate for 'I 1', and a microlone which will

d ,. ',;} "..., h)1H Achievement by the Florida As. of slice an tissue inch. to one-ten thousandth I this new MARTIN COUNTY HIGH

: '" sociulion of Public: Junior Colleges To .1
1 I permit work with radio isotopes
{ ,; ((1959)); a radiation lab all stainless
Certificate of Merit by the steel and reinforced concrete, ism iS I
Florida Junior Chamber of Com the new school. There is full SCHOOL.
merce (I960)/ )); Award of Merit by monitoring and safety equipment r )' "
the National Association of Public in this room including a storage j fV
School Adult Educators (I960}, vault for radio-active materials
I Certificate of Appreciation. for the lecture area may be divided e Attend the Dedication; Sunday, Feb. 9 (,
Service as slate chairman of the into a large area for sixty students
March of Dimes by the National ) and a smaller one for twentyfive at 3 It.in.KRAUSS I Iej
fOundo1tlon962(/ and 1963)), Ci student, or opened up for
tation for outstanding contributions a of eighly-five Audio-viv I,
to arJr: i ., I
our educational
program I may be used m this : .
on Americanism: m florida' by I
the Veterans of Foreign Wars area.A typical school science week ",''
I MI962)( ). American Educators Medal would include two hours, of lectures S \
by the Freedom Foundation at and three hours of e'Crimentlnd, /
Valley Forge for "exceptional kasLenhip research' or vice versa
in bringing about educational The EMAC (teaching machine)
programs which build a better system will be extensively used in
understanding of the freedom the teaching of mathematics in the
credo on which the American. I new building This method enables
I Way of Life u based1' ((1963)); and the student to learn largely by I
Certificate of Appreciation by I thinking for himself, and also! to & CRANE INC.I
Florida School
Board Associationand progress /at his own rate
County" Superintendents:i Association Two or three instructors will 1 be
.r his inestimable contribution in the mathematics laboratory t at I II
to education in Florida. I any time.. The laboratory M
through his outstanding leadershipas enough Co accommodate eighty '
state superintendent of public students, and is suitable for individual I Ii
I instruction" ((1963)J ), instruction or "team teach- I 905 South Dixie Highway, Stuart AT 71227i :
He listed in"Leaden in American mg." In the /latter instance, one I I,
I Education" "Who Who in instructor lecture and the others ,
II j I America. and "Who's' Who in assist; if a student indicates any I III
All In One Area 'American Education. .
difficulty in following of -
any part J. -' -- --- -



6 D TIIE STUARF IITa.I ER'9 ILurulay, February 6, 1464I ,,'" !I" -- .,... 4"I

"" Much Planning, Financing in Park Holiday News Trailer NotesBy I : p. r

yeeYanueea a
Background New School
of High Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ovens of Ba'

port, Long Island, N. Y. are eitabhshcd .
: in their new mobile home k
.. which was delivered' lust Wedne'

$830,000 Structure I r' : -- I day.Mrs.

Hester Randall, Mr Ruth ,
.. '
I.. Miller. Mrs Ann f Pond jnd Mr
\.t.l. Stella Griffin and Miss Irene Stewart

To Meet Needs spent InJuy at Cypress Gardens
of II ":""1 / They hid.. lunch nt Chalet

SUlannelnd/ visited with Mr and.
).ft "'" Mn Charles. Stewart of the park/ I

Fast Growing Area I.' .,- ?"....... I who with are MM spending Stewart's several sister. weeks Mrs

., I Nana Murphy of Barrow
,. I Mr and Mrs Charles Benson I tj Ii dttT
.. B1 KAY 3kCllRP. I 1 t; 4 aVTJIt11IAS j i of Ba vlon. Long Island NY.
.:. The day draws near when. the tctmd of yowlJiW wm MIl replace ..441 have' purchased: a mobile home ,
and will reside here for the
the sound of the hammer awl saw at tile new JJW-000) Martin County I '. s I remainder -
...... .J' of the season and winter
:tJ High School on Indiantown Root here subsequently
\ When the 5)5 snuJems beginning classes wilt be I
moving day comes Mr .
: and MM. W Gant of Breton
(III one of he( most modern !school buildings in existence Woods. N. 1? have rented the s a
Which brings to mind: where Dare trailer here for the month
site for a new school. The Martin .
did h all ii'
begin'1The of Their
February daughter Miss
I County school board looked at I"t...1 ./1
Martin High .
new County
Sandra Gant, who is secretary to .1'
Sfchool obviously' begin with the several' ) sites, expecting( to pay a ,., \.W, : James Gould vice president and ."> '
minimum of $125.(000 for at least
peed for more space. With classpopulation '- ... treasurer of Radio City Music
fifty acres of land
Increasing yearly in all DONRMMROG I L. CROOK Hull will visit' with them for a
schools, and with I' Once again the Slate of Flornta
Martin County .VrthrteelHow Superintendent week. Mn Gant and Mist San I
the possibility of a sudden increase.. came into the picture. State officials dra sailed aboard the SS Yir EXPANSIVE SIIOP ROOM
pointed out it had )40 ----- ---- ---- -- -- -
ift general county population the acres I mouth from Miami to Nassau. on j I II Punting, Printing And Woodworking -
school hoard set the wheels' m motion of land it was not using near the school addition Monday They will return hereFriday
.1.1I much would a new : recommend the of a home I
school Sunshine State Parkway The state
rolling toward a new :
cost and how much money could economics! suite Home economics ,
I Actually several facton prod. also reported the City of Stuart the board raise is currently taught only in )jun. I Mr. and Mn C. S. Arthur of eN
ded the hoard to a decision/ The had mty-eight more valuable acres
lor school Michigan have arrived With them
high Additional classrooms
Florida Board of Education in its ; on Indiantown Road, Perhaps" Without detailed: plans, the cost
i it
Mrs G Willis Jackson
of ) MiCh. i
will also he
of the school: had lo be estimatedin (probably suggested
, '1961 Martin County school survey said Mate: officials, the stite: could In preparation of a peak who j it a sister-in-law of Mrs ,
; a general overall figure. The
said there was a decided need give the 340 acres to the Martin Arthur.
high school: population of 715 I
for a new high school, and thai it County Board of Education, and board and school: administration students Because. of the cool weather the I
should not be delayed Financingof the AChool board could trade it took a long look at its money and discs on the shuffleboard courts
a new high school could also for the sixty-eight! acres owned deckled it could come up with a Additional library space, an arts have been rather quiet, but thereis
He arranged. The stale noted by the City of Stuart. maximum of SM)000() {)( if worst and crafts room, a cafeteria, anda a Round Robin Tournament
came l to worst It believed, how bund and chorus room will also
that substantial' physical The deal was made and the
any schedule and few
: ever, that the school would costless likely be suggested by the state. quite a players
growth at the present site, on East school: hoard saved fifproxnrmtely| have signed to participateMr. I
"- Ocean Boulevard would be ian- $125000) ) on a site, There was now So high school planning will go I : and Mn W Scharch of

': possible, and that a school remov. more money that could be used Next the board called on architects on as it does everywhere. Rochester, N Y, called on Mr I
., ed from the congestion of down- on the new school: or on other Arm'lrong-Pryor and Associates How does the public like the and MM C. Cooper last Wednesday I
: "i town traffic and buildings would schools: of Stuart, to design a new school? There I is a general on their way to Fort Lauderdale I '
: : tic more desirable now and for With i a site, the board then new school plant cO'itinlcs, than indication from visitors! that the

.. the future turned to finances As always, I $1I.50O() ) when moving day came. new school: will be a tremendous Mr. and Mrs. George Sussmann \;
I : Next came the decision i_ of a many problems faced the board. Several weeks later the architects asset to the school system and journeyed to the West Coast of I I I.
presented: the board with drawings the community. No one who has Florida to visit with MM Brandon 4---
f: of a beautiful, modernistic, visited the school has voiced out- at Madeira Beach for a few d,ivs. "
and functional building, designedto right disapproval Students especially Mrs Brandon is a sister i of MnSussmann --
I allow additions that would maintain voice their approval .

GOOD WISHES the "spirit" of the building But delighted as students are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butts
The board accepted the plans (to get into the new school there motored to Miami with their
: : Armstrong and Pryor then drew will be the memories of the old daughter, Mn J. Cro.man.ho
up the detailed plans and specifications school to haunt them--the friends has been visiting with them fora "fi : flh w gta
: and the board advertised! met there--the funny little things! week. Mr and Mn Bulls remained -
Martin County'sI for bids, that: hlll'rcnednd so many of in Miami for the weekend.
Netto Construction Company of the "Do you remember the diy M Tibbies is recovering nicely .

I I Beautiful New High SchoolGLAZED Vero Beach was low bidder on the I when '" I from an operation pcrformeed
f plant at $7.51.1198.97. The paving -
As one student put it: "Gee, last Wednesday at Martin Memorial
contract went to Diekerson this is Hospital.
a swell school But if II he
: /from Inc of Stuart ut S298I675 The kinds tad the day we move. I Mr. and Mn F. W Carman fN tq > ,r
sewage contract was awarded Ash guess I just sorta like the old were surprised by a visit from I "
BEN THOMSON ton and Taylor Plumbing Company school After all you know all Mr. and Mrs. C. Chandler from
t 'I INC. of Fort Pierce at $22,450.The ( : that glitters is not gold' Minasqtian N. I.. and Sit Breeze }Jt .Ji:

sewage system connects with No, II.t in, ths( c)lMI i jlv ,fY, II Park, Riviera Beach, on Sunday. I .. .
/ CEMENT the City of Stuart sewer facilities nearly is.Some. ? 'Mr and Mn. Vincent Cooke ." ,-_. ._. ...
Waler for the new school also I I and daughter of Bridle N J.. are
conIc from the City of Stuart:
i visiting! here with his parents, Mr There N Room For 900() ) Sports Fans -
: I I Although no final hill for the cost I and Mrs. Howird Cooke, and ,
-- of the water line has been received Things with his brother. Mayor Raymond
by the !school/ board, it is expected Cooke and family fourth, fifth and sixth grades; two
: 1- lo be about $IS.()MM()(). Also Missing In I Florida and two world maps for
needed for the school, but not
: contracted, were new furniture $$1,000 Worth of i the fourth grades; two western On The Dedication of/ the New
f'1 CongratulationsTO and equipment CO.tinlllhoul $10 New SchoolThere'll hemisphere maps for I the fifth
\ OO(). Landscaping was postponeduntil grades, and three eastern hemis-

r : THE NEW a liner Jute Teaching Aids phere maps for the sixth grades. Martin County High School
: The total for the be
.. grand new some things missing The junior and senior high
building came to $810000 when students begin classes at the Go to ClassesA schools: received two sixteen.inch
Then came tho day when the new Martin County High School.
world globes, a set of physical, We /
May Say CongratulationsWe
hoard had to open its pockethook. Hot lunches will be missing
Where exactly would it find the Cold showers will i I I he missing, gift of $1 I,(000)() ) worth of teach political maps consisting of nine
MARTIN COUNTY money for the new school The Squeaking floors will be missing, ing aids, the result of a successful maps and of a wall case mounting American,
board found' it in several funds. Painted windows will be missing October school: carnival was one set twenty-eight
From 'the building and bus fund cently presented to Jupiter history maps and one set of twenty taken
Also, are proud to part
strolling to school arm- re'l "Our Democracy' wall I I
the -six
by Jupiter Parent Teacher
came $173,()MM( ). From the capital
HIGH outlay fund came $49205 I In the in-arm i will he missing However, sdciation. charts with a tripod stand: in the construction of this newest
it is the students
school construction fund was predicted will The three Science Research As Final decision as to what ma-
I education
find facility.
$287539 There was $137894 a way. elites reading kits and spelling kits, I terials would be most beneficialto L
SCHOOL available In the series B construction used! by both slower and more ail the total education of the hrg
fund from the State of FlorIda Some of the world most expensive vanced readers from the fourth est number of students and Im-
i Martin County banks 'loaned reil estate lies along the through the ninth grades have I provement of Jupiter school accreditition -
t the board $155000: ()( for fouY eight mile ocean front at Miami been in use for the past two months status was made by SPECIALIZING' IN -
From yean at 4 per cent interest The Beach. Property at this popular Six sets of recordings, five records the finance: committee which was
remaining $27,362 como from the winter resort has sold for $4,500 per set were ordered as well as formed to review the suggestions Paving' Ditching Grading Land Clearing
equipment fund' and from the a front foot two world globes each for the I made by all school department Preparation Bulido/Ing

National::\ Defense EducationalAct heads Members of this committee Excavating.. Driveways' Parking Areas land leveling
Fund are Howard Swycn, principal: of
Multipurpose Area Next
; Casa Lumber Co.AT Netto Construction Companythen Jupiter school; Victor SchOll, assistant -

1 moved in, under the supervision principal; Mn Nellie Lucas j-, Sword Co.
of Jack Murray, and work and Ernest Zillcsen.. of the high Bros.-McDougal
begin' Coach Collins Calls school staff: ; Mn Lottie Phillips
7-0330 As a school plant, Martin County and John Mears of the elementary JO 2.3375
High School will not remain is school staff; Mrs. Richard Coar

6! 500 E. 7th Stuart it now looks as the yean go by. PTA president: Richard Anschutz!! N. St. Lucie A,'e. Vero Beach
and chairman Robert
:There will have to he additions.There New Gym ways means ; I
appears little doubt that 'Blessing'A Nichols, PTA treasurer and Mrs.
the Florida Board of Education Hubert Elliott chairman of the I .

new survey' now under way will PTA library committee,
blessing now and a bigger meet appear possible at the new -
blessing after a lot of hard work' location of MCHS is 1966, saysCollins
during the next two yean' sums that
By year he hope
up the opinion of Athletic Dircc .
1 there will also he a football stadium
{ WE WOULD LIKE TO tor Bob Collins regarding the big complete l with adequate On The Dedication Of
move to the new MCHS plant. I dressing rooms, public rest rooms ICongratulations. .
The fine new gym will be a press box and public address facilities ,
CONGRATULATEMartin great help in developing basketball "U like to see it done
Collins says Not only will it right.," lays Collins, "We sure have'
enable: the Tillers to play habitually waited I long enough' MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLWe
a on a full-sized court in an adequate Collins also visualize a multi

gym "A big 'awaycourt' purpose (probably concrete) area
beats us to death ten timesa where tennis
volleyball and hasketbull -
season" but more boys are may be pliyed

likely to try out for basketball He thinks he to have been the roofing
than have' done so before can develop threeor are proud
its foresight
County on four Softball fields for use this
In addition, the morale of stu-
dent and adult spectators will be year contractor in the construction of
Baseball will
w in the continue at Sail-
raised! by the modern commodious fish Park indefinitely, In CoachCollins'
surroundings, he said

need for better facilities to Both boys and girls have adequate field there opinion, and the"There city is a happy fine this beautiful facility .
dressing rooms and showers
enough to have'
1 uu e it, so
for physical education classes why not!"
educate our future leaders Collins Mates, but a lot will have

to be done before such accommodation Every United States senator bal
is adequate for visiting a glass shaker of black blotting "Serving The Indian River Area Since 1922" I

teams. sand on his desk, a custom dating I
d I Before too long Collins hopesto to the days of quill pens I In five
Ii be able to purchase some tumbling yean, the Senate has used slightly
i mats for the gym so that more than a pint of the fine sand

11 weight-lifting and wrestling may Where does it go? Perhaps' for ECONOMY ROOFING CO.
be practiced there, but at present souvenirs.
funds are a little scarce.
BANDY -s:rrr ROOFINGJENSEN The athletic director expects to Orange growers have yet to find
.. have a marl practice track ready a mechanical substitute for the 314 Orange Ave. HO 1-6167 Fort Pierce
I in time to be of use to this year i twist of the human wrist. Though
BEACH, FLORIDA track team, but all track meets highly mechanized, the industry
---- ---- --- -- trust U harvest the
-- --- will b* away, as they have been employ picker
-'- - since 1958 The first time a track fruit by hand.

4 .'

.r 1111: ,VH. \RI (llmMltf) NlTUs HiiirsUy. n .ruurv 6. 1964

'The Specks Are Biting, Grab

i Waycross Officials

i: Poles and Haul in Your Limit
; :: i .1j

I Are to View School

r ...- .. ._ ,
I I-K speck are biting! God, things get around and fhcv were scheduled! to arrive,
\\ hen ,thai word
goes out along I that includes pictures of the new \\",hl.'I,1I: iI
.u i ik i .Ikhl'\\: shore. i In western
j xt..itm, i i) t oiinlx and through the Martin Count) High Sihool here I will he Ion 11.he. group
Ihe Board ol Public Insiriu
II was not lamed it WaycroMpluns
'1,' .1 I trans\ ol I three "r four I
., ,",,ins, .iround' the big lake. a lion and superintendent of WII" .1 i new school' building
% cross. (.11. schools. MW a picturiof -
d elf 'in' in anon ol' people versus j I I
i" Iq. LUISM ihe new I icility in it public.)- MOM I IS fc. 1'(11PION
lion .md wrote I the I'CIIIChOt" IlI INj 1 IRtlMIS
..ike ,it t "pi nn people versus 'hoird, that t.hoyoul..! be down I ilR I'OIKIMtN
P, <, in ''I'h"If want to he .
you spe- our .1 i first-hand 1'1lk at Ihe school
[c. Entire I lanuhes-Msth while Airm.m I Ihomis m B ( ompton
r : mil dloreIIth ten or 'twelveni snit tit l Misnii I i I ( omnlon 6finiii
,.,, > ,poles tied on to the car "top H. ii. (J,1RI5lii. in::1D tIKJ :" Ins, IH ,selected, j fir tech-
01 Milking' mil of the windows, I I (' !SUMMIR !MSSIONRobert : "k il u UK' u ', it u u iHrfcemanIIIMS /

ahAlfT herd lor the hot spotsI .' 11 n I' a II. Garm Jr., head olilu ,
I hi* line I the concrete cmh ink. .) fV division ot physical educulion
n ni. shinSi t I acme ( .m n <'h. l Iakr" .n Port Maxiu> hey I 01 ( has been named direc
squat, lung (he shorts ol I I.ulorreek I tot \\\II; the tunimer:: session, Or
n\ Okcechohtfc ( UN I Iheyo.i.k Maxwell ('. "King, president' announced .
: i hi hu'.ikwater it "1'ihokcc. ; this week.
And ihc\ derrick in speckled: perch I Ihe summer session, which will
au, ihcii poles until stringers' of V ommence June 17 is inilependenlh -
nnih in hinging, in the water financed from fees for the
..h'nghon''h.'n one stringci! .11 tourscs. and is. not supported ,hy.
'nil then .i lurlivi slipping of tale or county funds\ Garm is
surplus tish u> some 1.111111'l1CIlI' preparing a descriptive brochure: '
xi ,ill i I fiend- or even strangci p explain the IRJ summer pro
*hi ham 1 night .1 i limit sal Theism gnus and course offerings.O.irm .
iafw +! (him live ::: holds both a bachelor ofciencc I II J
speckled pcirth fishing h"" vas and a musters degree I in V f t:
'md-w\inter peaks, the third I phvsie-id/ education' and health from
sack In I mum md .mot hi i spree Ihi University ol t florid' i He has -
iMik .. the .. been (the elected chairman of the
ui' i or ten days is .. () II. OMPItNat
Fehruun, mom is on the increase f taiulh for Ihe l'a'IIIIo vclin' last t
Missouri! minnows:' available FIRST I'O'Y RIDE: Ned Sluekcv son ol Mr and Mrs lull. summer he was director of physi- I I iikluul. An I OIM Ilisc Tex.

n .1 i hail stand h"lfay out ,rod man Sluikes .Stuart. i-niovmg, hu first ,Isms ride :al education for Ihe I aboratory. ; Airman (1II1II'tllll. who enlist
.u .1 i stand ill Port Mayacii appear cll'K,11I1 Appalachian Slate Teach I ed in the Air I rarer .1 i short tune
10 he far the most popular hail .'rs' College, Boone. N. C. Prior I igo. his lust eompletcd hM baste
,\L RICOr.MMON: : ( o-ordmator Jak Smouse show Mrs Rita Peck M((US sccrelarv: Pol-gut lop minnows, are tine I lakes a strong man in. ml' them \VhV Well, they're so easto lo joining the fiicully at 1 IRK' in nil II lolfl training 'I 1 Ihr nmuin. aur.iilinie
where the record forms used at ihe local school arc mentioned in 'School M.magc-menl.: .i national speckled perch hail hut of course, two days in .i row uikh and )just| think how prettya serll'IIIIl'r. 1 19111.I he was a physl- ( ol' M.utin/ County High
publication The system which Smouse installed here enables all pertinent information regarding I 1.1M( () you have to catch those yourselves So the limit-oiuers haw proh- siring of those big ones would and hcullh instructor" Sihool. .mended l Palm Reach Juh-
students to be kept in the same lub" (from which im students! record may he taken. copied ind returned I When I go lifter "pot-guts," lems They have an awtul I ( hatch be at the Junior Colli'iw of llroward I I nor (',dllepiin! Rust I Palms Beach
I cast 'sonic bread upon I the wales (County. 1960-61(\ His experiencealso -
in a mutter ot seconds of fish to clean if they> ri going to i ------
wail till the little fellows hive teaching
_ -__ n _____ I' congregated and are nibbling at follow the honored policy of clean-I Passion Play Set and physical) education InV Ocala
it, then swoop with a dip net Ing them before giving them For 12th Season I Salon
I limit catch to tta
Square Club Plans A small feather( jig in while or Personally niv lII'ill.1"G I SVkAN I
yellow is deadly on specks but four or five. And when I see fain Final I rehearsals are In swing IS VISITING I : rn I
JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS. Social Evening ilics walking awuy from the canal und lust-minute touches '
you have to know how to use It. are beingapplied
I FiN of
with strings of thirty-live for each appciirnnc a whistling
lor the Sun r
The with the "I"itch"will on
right opening
MIRTLEMIIFMVN, Correspondent AT 7-1760 Jensen Bench Square Club and man out-catch a neophyte three member down to the leisi little day, fill '>. of the Ivvelllh annual swan ever reported !in Florida; has;I of
I Lake Semmolein
Wimodausis will hold their next tow head it seems to me that' been cited from
a.---_,, _*_ __ .._"", ",,,,.,= __ to one. Also a lot depends 0 n would;I i sick of speiklcd 11 perch trey winter 'season of the famed Black Jackson County. I
meeting on Friday Fcb 14 at 8 where the specks are feeding get so Iflll I( Passion Play in the lake I
.m. at the old Community (hureh that they would never come buck Wales There are two species" of wild.
p which from a foot Amphitheatre-
Women Association Discusses may range America, the whistling( '
Don't t kid younell. They'llhe swans in Beauty
An of and again A
enter ,
evening games under the surf ice to right on the n'n'rfl)1 community project and the much and
swan : rarer near
tainment IH planned Ed Clay, from bottom When you find the feed back nest weekend with all Ihe the Passion Play features Joscf Iv extinct swan Swans '

Bazaar Luncheon-Card PartyJensen radio station WSIU, will present ing zone confine your activities to neighbors Meier, renowned ('hri tu. porIraver me the fastest trumpeter 1 flying and swimming : iyicmBsixpBtPROriSSIONAI
I "several vocal selections it and you're in business Should the I limit he reduced'No and a cast of thirty professional
birds of all North Ameriv.ui waterfowl I
All otn-of-town Masons and ; Streamer lures on a flyrod are I think it should gradually actors supporter by more I has been ". I ,
Plight speed es.limated
Beach Women Association out the day. The public is cordially I wives, arc invited to attend deadly II on speckled; perch, h u t he Increased to fifty seventy und i than Mil) citi/cns of the I lake at /IOO) mile hour I BEAUTY CAltENow I
invited I finally KM( ). The speckled perch Wales per I
held I its sometimes it is necessary to put a area as extras Swans breed In the fro/en north;
meeting on | Hostesses for Monday's meeting I "rilRIF: IIRCOS; MIMIHtKSDAY : i split shot ahead of them to get are so abundant that u actually Performances will he given lour around 1 ihe Arctic Circle and rarely
which time the were Mrs Ann Hanson Mrs Mildred IIB. 6 "I them down to where the specks I[ helps the population lo reduce .limes,. a week through April 19. Onlucsdiy. winter as far south as Florida. '
Frances Hubbell Little. Mrs. Sophie Thompson i are feeding. their fantastic: numbers" (Unless: 1 I Ihursday und Saturday both
: : Swans are protected by
Freidrichs as I und Mrs Orlee Ecklund 1 he l Lenora Taylor Circle of the Used very little here but dead-'I they are caught by the millions, al 7:111: pin and on Sundays. u stale. and) federal law Ily1'Irghdn
nominating I I Rio Baptist Church will meet with I ly on crappie. elsewhere-ms the the remaining fish become slmtlI twilight performance at ft p.mI --- Mime -- Owner
coming election I All Saints Guild Mrs Harry Hmson in Rio ul 10 K 0 spinner and norkrind or spinner I'' ed. The ahundinic ol speckled '1 he customary Goal I ridav/ performance OpiratoniI
.1.111.i Thursday Feb. 6. The Marilyn and other conibmalions perch in Luke Okccchohce I is so will he given on M irch I
con-card Plans were Held Card PartyThe Bonnell Circle will meet ut II The crappie, which will seldom I fintastic thai no amount I ol fishIng 27 at 711: ) pin In addition there 1 ruiiiw and Aim
party the church at 10( :30( H ni. that day lake a worm offered singly. will pressure by sportsmen could will he two special miiimee performances
25 with Mrs
will II dessert-card party, givenby The Vera Ahranis Circle will meet latch right on to a worm offering do anything but improve the situation : Wednesday. lets. IV.
She he
Helen man \ All Sails Guild on Thursday at Mrs Gertrude Jones' home I behind I a spinner I at 4 p.m., and Wednesday Feb grsrDsrlaA Featuring -
Price Mrs Jan 30. at Houg Hall was most State Road 707.( Rio. ut 7:.10 p.m Game wardens are checking Results m impoundments I n 2ft I al I 4. pun.111111E :__ I Pedicures '
Edna Robbins successful KM( ) persons unending the name day} strings, Be sure to have your license Arkansas and Alabama where I II I
Whitman who I Prizes were won by Mrs John j The limit on speckled perch there .is heavy fishing pressure SOUND IIOMKI ; VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN I 'Relating Facials'WE
of the dining Bird of Indian River Drive Fort PLANS RUMMACF. SUE in thirty-five One man was arrested show that "the more specks that .. .1" r.. Ynir ,...rll" Drink I
Pierce; Mrs I. Kinker and Mrs ) the other day with eighty-four are caught the larger the survivors I .... A.*. ,
... ... W& **RVB LUNCH
An outstanding St Anns Guild of All Sainh'EpiCopal tmr I. !% ll in )
A. M Gardner Why is there such a mad rush become II 11..1....... a II..... ARE NOW OPEN .
the annual Due to the approach of Lent, Church will sponsor a for Port Mavaca, the Pahokee Heavy fishing pressure would "'"n'''. Ii..... 41. 1 a.alli..r1'rlr. STUART DRUG CORP.
Saturday. Feh 8 be the last until rummage sale al the parish hall on Creek and result fewer hut .. U.I its i.. .d,. Inr MONDIY! (bra SATURDAY
this will party Breakwater Taylor eventually in I "A.\tH.: in.. L..I. a DI.I"T rtlaTNa I
on Route 707 April Saturday Feb. 8 from Ham. un- Government Cut when the speckled larger specks some up lo two .md "I/nU..n..I..rl.n A.a...., l. aaltALL aroaa J I 304 nOU: AT 7-0534
9 with Mrs 1113 ; _
p.m p.m I perch run is on? Well for one one-half pounds
GARDEN nun BOARD Coffee. and will be .
doughnuts -- --
ns general thing, they're easy to catch and --- --- ------ -----------"
Offered for WIIL MUr IIB. 12 served throughout the day pretty to look at A string of evena

ful hand-made The executive board of Jensen dozen speckled perch In the one-
for gifts or ; Beach Garden Club will meet at The cape huffalo is generally ; pound class is most impressive CHEVELLEI! MALIBU SUPER SPORTS by CHEVROLET
made baked goods I MO: pm on Wednesday Feh 12. rated as African most vicious wild I, But when two men come i n
elephants, and at the home of Mrs Leroy Heppe animal Buffalo have been known ;I with a limit apiece--that's seventy
Hamburgers on Roberta Avenue. to amhush H hunter and trample I speckled perch-they have proh- '
und dessert will he ''him with ax-sharp hoofs They len I
PERjOS\I.- I I have even dispositionsalways I Nobody; can eat more than two ,

Mr and Mrs Harold 1 Rmgler !I angry speckled perch at a sitting It f ,. 'arf

of Winter Park, were the weekend
guests of Mr. oat t Mrs John C .
.r wp
I Pubs of I"clttia Avenue

Mn James Price of Arch Street m
entertained at her home on Wednesday t tw
afternoon. Jan 29. with a '

dessert-ctmasta party The follow-

ing guests were invited: Mrs Helen. .. epw.MM..o N.W... r I
Richardson Mrs Judy Yacgerlmc
I Mrs Orleuna Braun Mrs Edna
MM I Robbins, Mrs Bessie Hcppe, Mrs.
Leah Wood Mrs Mike Freidrichs fifI, r I 1y s 4v ss
I Mrs Polly Silandcr, Mrs Frances r'tir, s r ,
Bapnmaekd'i I Urquhart Mrs Doris Angus, Mrs. y ) t tots a
Florence Henry and Mrs Blanche
Herrmann. _
ry..awn M..f :
I Mrs Trudy Heenan of 127 S.W. :1 d
Arch Street entertained at her w
I home on Thursday. Jan. 30. The
occasion was a birthday luncheon 4 r t FI t lr
I and card party honoring Mrs Rose o lp, l.fJ
Hruza. Guests included Mrs. DorIs + m.>ylh wmA I

Angus, Mn Ida Dobson, and
Mrs Hru/a Mn Dobson received i
the prize for high score.

Mr. and Mrs. Merton Chase of M\IIIF.MATCS! DESK
Elaine Avenue had as a recent Figures, Figures, Figures .-
1 guest. John Dale of Brattleboro
Vt. Dale stopped here to visit hn

old attending friends a meeting for a few m days Miami., after He Where this emblem h displayed, you are

is comptroller of the Brattleboro( assured of the finest insurance servicein a.capounemwcs I ,.ula.niwsups/portC.a. toragrovnit,ciwmw fcMBii tuptr Ipail C.n .itin .

Retreat the land. What's so super about the Chevelle Malibu Super Sports?

.'laor1l1 Mr. and Mrs Ralph Bright of

past Sunny weekend Acres Road visiting, spent their the son. 'Irmi-le? Front bucket seat*. AII.vinyllnterlor. Ammeter rear ante, nintered-mrtallie brake linings and sports-

The easy grace of ( Meryl Bryight and family in Indian oil protiHure and water temp gauge/ .'loor-mounted styled simulated walnut steering whirl( to namq Just.trailhtI

bouette tucked River City and the Ralph I / ne shift lever for Powcrglitlc. or sporty .4- a few of them.
by knit of 100% Bright Jn in Cocoa. .tick shift Outside
pleated Spfed Special molding and wheel coven, SS iden
trim.Softly Solid The Ruth Circle of the Trinity IrWI Under the hood?Lot of cflo ce.Two Sixep-;; gtandanl titication. Actually, about all that' not super about

pink, blue/dark Methodist Church will hold Monday its- 120-hp and optional 155-hp. Three V'8'x, from Btand- these! Malibu SS Coupe and< meeting on
arean. 8-16. regular, Feb.monthly 10 at 1.30: p.m. at the and 283cufn.: np to (you're reading: it right!) And the bent way to find) out what everything

Carried E church.Mr. 327cu.in.Try this one to flatten out bills! mI elite M that make them M super IH to drive one

and Mrs. Gus Freidrichi of' Options? Electric tachometer, rOtl traction Your Chevrolet dealer can take rare of that.

HIS and Ocean Bree/e Park are entertaining Opfconoi irtra/ ..Mt\

a several month'friends vacation who here.are spending Their- B TILTQN THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Conalr Corvette

guests Include: Vaughn Thomas of Sro..,-Ihrm--ut.tour.-.Ci'rroW... -.-.'.-.Sknvnnm-.-- -
Sotomon'i Island Md.; Mr and Since 1911INSURANCE
Mr*. Art Simmons( of Newboro,
961 S. Onlano.. Canada who ar. registered
AT Club; and Mr. and Mn. Manning
Cobb Island Md. who
Black of
Open Friday Cobtags. 1 '17.1411
art uyvif .t tfM Coquina
Net. ea AU .
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8 D ntT. STUART (Ha.) NEWS ThiOTday, February, 6, 1964
I : PTA Will Honor Ejfworth LeagueTo 32ND CRANDCIflTD III., whose granddaughter. Miss

,. ..... _...,..'-- ..'" f J T 1_ I Roll Bandages I VISITS FLANAGINS: :"' Anne Haynes, Toledo. Ohio i I'

Past Presidents I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fhnagin visiting for tan days

PORT SALERNO NEWS Do you have any old sheets or and children drove up from Hialeah -
I pillow eases that can be used for to spend the weekend with Visiting for a short time were

,MRS! VI('KY PROSK, Correspondent AT 7-2085 I On Thursd,ly. Feb 6 at 7:30: I bandages? Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Flanagin Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sammanv,

....,.nr.. ., p m., the Parent Teacher: Association They would he much appreciated and to show off their new daughter Fairla n. N. J.; Andrew Nolan
J Military Faith. born last month
will meet at the Port Salerno by the senior: group of I the Albany, N. Y.; A. R. Murphy .
: Fpworth League, Port t Salerno This makes the thirty second M05Ian, Pa.: Mr. and Mrs J O
l r Elementary Cafelorium
I Home Demonstration Club Southern Methodist Church. grandchild for the Flanagins, and
iL Hancock Bridgtton, N. J., and
There will be a Founders. Day they lock forward to more.
The group will meet the James
at T. Hoke, Chester. S. C.
Fabric Care program honoring past PTA pre church on Fifth Street Saturday
47 E. OCEAN BJ ,VI >. AT 7-1737 I Enjoys ShowMembers kfcnts Although many have been to roll bandages! to be tent out to MWS ROM HIE/ IISIINIIOLVe : The Hobby Club met Monday

contacted, some have not been various missionaries Please bring afternoon with twenty-two ladies
welcome Mr and Mrs Cecil
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. of the Home Demonstration I who attended. Among the mem your sheets there. present Hostess for the day was
if ,
so you were a PTA Jansen of Rolling Prairie, Ind. Mrs. Ida
Club the hers Brooks
met at agricultural were Mrs. Naomi Hausen-
OPEN MON 1IIRI >,\ I. 730: \M '11. 9 P.:\!. I president please come to the meet who are staying in one of the
hear several
building to speakers hauer, Mrs. Walter Benson, Mrs. OUTHUl1ETnODl"I'S: .
OPEN SUNDAY \\1..1:30: : P.". 6 IMI-9 P.M. on the subject of fabrics and Julia Stoyer, Mrs. Frances Bald- ing and participate HOLD SUCCESSFUL" SUPPER trailers. I, Pirates On Thursday" night fifty two

j their cure win and Mrs. A. Mumford. Teachers will be on ha n d to The recent ham supper held by Mr. and Mrs Tony Gehring supper enjoyed followed an by indoors potluck The
I Mrs Virginia Smith of the On Fch 6, the club will meetat I evaluate their work for the sc. the primary department of theSouthern from Detroit Mieh. are recent January activities committee con

( Florida Institute of Laundry and the Port Salerno Elementary mc ter. Methodist I Church for arrivals.Mr. swing of Dorothy Pohl, Treva

SCHRAFFT'S Cleaning, gave various pointer on School for its monthly meeting An executive committee meetIng its building fund, was a huge success and Mrs William David MumforJ Pat Barber Ella Van
the care of fabrics She explainedthere and be taken on a tour of the Mr Genevieve Merritt, from Jacksonville caught Duzce, Jean Olcott and May Ting-
held twenty-
was Tuesday at the schoolat
HALF POUNDVALENTINE were sixteen man-made fibcrs school. chairman of the affair, thanksall six blues and four croakers. using Icy was given a big hand for its
2 30 .
that are blended with natural : p.m.PERSONALS
for their efforts the month.
co-operation bait during
cut the Indian
fabrics, as a result of which there Pioneer Club Holds River
y i is a whole new concept of cleaning I CARL ASPtNBFRG: Italy has sold to the Soviet Union .
and laundering with these new Ham Dinner Sunday CELEBRATES BIKIIIIMY Fred Robinson and friend from a large shipment of red ants
materials Mr. and Mrs/ Frank Beechcy of I West Palm Beach which
caught and
twenty. multiply
HEART Miss Betty Stewart of the Florida Horseshoe Point Pioneer: Club Palisades Park, N. J., are enjoy. Carl Aspenberg celebrated his one blues and Iwo croakers, using noxious worms and insects which eat
9 Power and Light Company, ham dinner on Sunday drew the lag a pleasant visit i iM and birthday with a dinner party at cut bait and fishing the Sun Parlor destroy
Russ Wiley of Lindsay Water largest crowd of the season. Many Mrs Walter Pruew of Salerno the home of his sister and brother cropsSmokey ____ __
out-oftown visitors were guests. Shores. -in-law, Mr. and Mrs Jack
Conditioning, and Marsha Gale
AlMltWD Those Valentine, on Saturday evening. I William Gicgcr and John Foster Sayt
Mr and I
riklCkoctlottt: were also on hand. Several films attending were: Mr.
110 and Mrs.
< Cecil
< were shown on !fabrics and their Mrs. John J. Gonzales, Toms River children Taylor and Other guests were Mr and Mrs. of Canul Paint caught fourteen
composition N. J.; Dorothy Breslav, New have moved Into their C. Brunner of Baldwin, N Y.; Mr. !blues and two drums using cut r
trailer on Ninth Street!. He has been and Mrs. AI McLean/ of bait the I Oa Ne's tudam'ANUO.T.NKIN .
There was a panel discussion! Haven, Conn; Colonel and Mrs.R. transferred Riviera I fishing Sun Parlor A/OeT A
during which the audience learn Hughes. Washington, D C.; Station in Fort to Pierce Coast, from Guard Cris- Beach, and Mrs Aspenberg The Charles Hansen of the Fishn- {, liMwgOr IN ::980s'g.
ed there is a fight to pass a better Mr and Mrs L D. McDonald, field, Md. Aspenbcrgs and Cnnncrs are nil caught blues und four
Damariscotta! Me Mr. and Mrs. vacationing at the M dl1atee Ma nine I
labeling ; one that will tell the ; ,
ihccpshend live and
Percy Smeltzer with children Susan Mr. mina. The high point of the day using shrimp
exact contents of a fabric so one George( Mooney and !son, I I tithing the Indian River
can know how to clean a garment and Donald, Frankfort, Mich.; Ralph, are pitying host to Lester was fishing on the Valentines
properly. The tags could be Mr and Mrs. A H. Laurence and King of Erie, Pa.Congratulations. I boat. Captain Locke took fourteen)

placed on the garment in such a daughter, Lynne, of Boca Raton; people out to the reels on "The
r y manner as not to come loose. Mrs Frank boy and Eleanor Hcl are in order for FRANK SIMMONS CATCHES Big Diy" and brought In thirty.
During the lunch break, coffee fuch, Atlantic City, N. J. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Griffin who AN OVERSIZED CRAB two red snappers and fourteen

and doughnuts were served to all Mr. and Mrs R. Borton, Pelican arc the proud parents of a daughtcr Fishing the Indian River list groupers
Island, N. J.; Mrs Henry born Jan 23 Mn Griffin is week, Frank Simmons found a

Kopystecky, Perth Amboy, N. J.; the former Miss Lynn Shelton. large blue crab In his net. Fishermen PIRATES: COVE NEWS

Fire Department Mrs. H. Kafafian, Bethlehem Pa.; Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Gardner said it was one of the I largest ...
Mrs. Joseph! homson l Paterson, and daughter, Annette, have they had seen in a long time. It Arrivals this week include: Dr. w
Auxiliary: MeetsThe N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gatsh, moved to Cullman, Ala They had weighed approximately four and Mrs. Philip Lucddc and Dr. I

Toms River, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. been staying in Mrs Rosa Quigkry pounds, and was about the site> and Mrs. Kenneth Beaslcy from
WHITMANS Februuy meeting of the George Beurhope, Seaside Park '* house. of a large dinner plate; it contained St. Louis Mo.; and Mr. and Mrs. Lrt's jJL'ook' ahead, and
VALENTINE Fire Department Auxiliary' was N. J., Mr, and Mrs. D. Cohagan, I about two pounds of crabmcut Chirles Kurrus. East St. Louis. Prevent Forest lirrsl
RED and held night at the firehouse --- -- ---- ---------------
WHITE Thursday Seaside Park, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. We are happy to report that :
GREETING with eleven members present Lester Trowbridge, Rhmccliffe, N. Bob Thompson ill home again after I TRIPLE CELEBRATION
PLUSH FOX Y?; Mrs. Elsie Brown Richmond a brief stay in Martin Memorial HELD BY suns
The auditing committee mule: Hill, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hospital. YOUR INCOME TAX PREPAREDBY
Last week the Slife residencewas
CARDS its to the officers for
report new
WITH Wildwood
/ POUND CANDY Aspenberg N. J., Mr.
1964 Visiting with Mrs. I. I I. BloomIs the scene of a triple celebra-
and Mrs. C.
Brunner, Baldwin
The her sister, Breslav, tion A turkey was sened -
committee for the spaghetti Dorothy supper
N. Y., Mr and Mrs. E. E Fowl-
supper reported on the successof from New Haven Conn with\ a three-tiered cake as the
IOW 375ADC er of Port Sewull; Mt. and Mrs.
1 IOe
t. 100 the and said served piece de resistance! .
supper they
/ [ Carl E Henke, Boreo, Ohio. Emery DcLoach is recuperating .
about I 150 persons The profitswill The,occasion was the birthday JOHN TAX
Peg Stewart, Stuart: F. Car- at homo from his recent surgery A.I LYNCH I
go toward purchasing tile of Mrs. Virgil Rowe, Olive Slife'ssister CONSULTANT
Baldwin, N. at Martin Memorial ,
for the firehouse floor. men Y.; Mr and Hospital the birthday of Charles
Q." "C M ll.Q Mrs. Percy Verity, Baldwin, N. and wants his friends i to know ;,
'D"U .A Several new committee chairmen I he Shfe and Mr and Mrs/ George(
Y. Mr. and ties their
I ; Mrs Victor Trow. apprcci thoughtfulness .
EVERYbA'(1 :[oW, PJUCE I were appointed for the coming bridge, Rhemcliff, N. J.; L. C. Trantin twenty seventh wedding FORMERLY: MIIII TilE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
; year: vieky Prosit, publicity, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and anniversaryANTIQUES,
Delores Christine Mook, Sharon, Pa, H. Lado, Tar. Receive the Maximum Deductions( Allowed by Law
Rodenhaugh( Mr. and Mrs from
Floyd Ackley
REGULAR 69c' JAR OF 35 Simmons and Judy Johnson, purchasing ry, N Y.Jensen; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Westficld, N. Y, spent some time OlHCEl INDIAN: RIVER DRIVE Route 707 JENSEN BCIL

c and Mary Cupanna, membership Ingalls', Beach; Joseph Oil- recently visiting Nelson Monroe. Opposite Ocean Breeze Park
da City, Mr and Mrs.
DEODORANT 4 9 Olive Slife was appointed
FIVE DAY historian Charles Eileen, Hibiscus! Park ; BOUGHT AND SOLDtswxsrebn Residence Phones Office Phonti
PADS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guesting with Mr. and Mrs
It was agreed to purchisc a Lanting, Gables |'HKI-SI: AT 7.2534 AT 7.0997
Mich.Local William Papa were Mr. and Mrs.
new cot fee urn for the organization reilent.oere: Mr. and A.H. Laurence and daughter EILEEN.... VADIIVMSit : ... I Daily: 9 'til 5:30: p.m., Sun 2.4 p.m.
ALL TYPES REG. 1.00 8.OZ.BRKH to use ut suppers and to take MM Karl Mirkwordt Colonel Lynne, of_ Bocce Raton_ r 1I..h DlnlT T IIIIII .
coffee to firemen when
they are
c -- ----- --- -
67 at a fire and Mrs. M W. Hale, Mr and
SHAMPOO Refreshments \ Mrs. E, Rcxlenbuugh, Mr. and
were by '
I Mrs. W E. t Elliott
Dclorcs Rodinhaiiffh anal Doris I Rice Mrs Rice
REGULAR 97e--HAIR SPRAY Johnson "Pig.m.Poke'" was won Mr. and Mrs A. Stelgler, Mr and Falcon proves it's America's toughest
by Vicky Mrs A. Victor, Mr and Mrs J.
_Prosk'CHUCK'S Whitfield, Mr. and Mrs R M

Listre C'emc (,7C SERVICE and Ward Mr. Mrs.,and Mr.F.Mrs and Heagy Richardson Mrs J. Hcnkc, Mr compact in the rugged Monte' Carlo Ralle !

FROM REVLON HAIR DRESS f(1 CO I, M..be.leDdlv.e Mr. and Mrs. J. Eichelman, Mr.

r.ne STANDARD, and Mn H. Shoup, Mr and Mrs. ds
TOP BRASSBOTTLE b J. Valentine, Mr. and Mrs W a
Holden, Mr and Mrs. W. Wright,
287-9864 Mr. and Mrs H. Met/ger, Bea s
OF 25 REG. 1.19
Railway & St. Lucle Ave. Regli, Mr and Mrs H Miller and

66c Port Salerno daughter, Donna Lampe, Mr and
CORICIDfKING TABS Mrs. W. Vohden, Mr. and Mrs us.e
Road Service W Papa, Mrs. Louis Freed. Mr

SIZE HAIR "ss"EG. 96c' Open 7 days I week and Mrs. J. Kopystecky, Mrs. J.
7 a,m. 8:30: p.m. Reinhardt, Mrs. F Finke and
77cp Robert Trinter.CONSTAftl.E.
CODE 10 1


15 The Coral Gardens Civic Association
i.visOL: 2 .enYnsrralI held its February meeting

Sunday at the agricultural building .
on AIA
VICKS Q2. Foam Rubber A Upholstering The guest speaker was Constable

TOLEY. ENGEBRETSEN Ralph C. Ward whose subjectwas ,
;hATiyrup 57 MAN ACER Safety on the Highways

SALERNOShipyard It was a most interesting and
Instructive speech, with the emphasis

,BOX OF 20 Inc. placed on speeding halo I

ATUalta T.i'8' KM. AT T.1S4J j
99cTAIUTS PORT SALERNO ards.The members voted to donate -

LAXAID $50 to the Hobe Sound Ambulanee
-- -- --- ..
Service, which they feel is a most
commendable community Crvice.
A card 'party will\ be
There's NO "LIMITED"PRESCRIPTION I day, March 3 at 8 pm.ldJUth
community room of the First. National
4L: SERVICE Bank of Stuart There will

stores "he a door prize and Individual table b"v.
f .;: L at BROWARD drug JACK'S GULF prises Refreshments will be
served '
W. compound to your doctor' sp- l

\\eifie orders. W. han a o "?'.*: STATION Last week Miss Elaine Thompson : >. _
stock: including: the newest; "miracle: : AU Service Guaranteed attended the wedding of Ann Fan Falcons tlrled lrom Otlo roar'Irons Park.en mutes estailiW to b.swat In Ifitulty, ind Iwith' Weather condilioni varied tram dear.latter toM Diroue f,".-
drugs W. fill. prescriptions from lack undersoa, Owner Gilliard in Stark. Ann Is the daughter ilia bl to 55 dn.p rnow-and 1M gins ldIIduln wade 10 I"0"1"/ "delays Htrt*Films: '""'gouts*"""""wow shun', *"ln|I"C"0 I" '"""*Na.

openini 'til'' e'olm9' AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 of Pat and Buddy Gilliard I ,

former residents' of Fifth Street. tahon entered clastt9 only 163 were still in the rally\ when the by a Valiant was 88th overall. Falcon
TOU CAN'T BUY HIGHER QUALITY M BETTER - ----- two field struggled into Monaco-but they gained invaluable experience in bow to

WHY PAY MORE7 in Ellrll/w'lf 2,700-mileicinter included all eight of the specially build a car better, make it tougher,
SO .
/PflI-ll'fln them both and speciallyequippedFalconsthatoriginallyitartedl sharpen up its Mai performance That
record was per- the real reason Ford is Interested inopen
OPEN SATURDAY yinis/u/ / 2nd overall out of tiaps more remarkable than the fact competition i -and why Ford-built

299 ears That's durability that, despite a handicap formula that cars have got so much more to show 1
MORNINGSFOR favored the smallest cam, a Falcon cap driven Drive one and see; it won't
In the tuned second place! overall One ear can have six lights, or a horn you can hear
Raise's fire have luck but eight have to have for four miles in stormy weather or 1,
*l>t i'ial/ tlpnie' sections fatal' performance. the Rallye the other special rally equipmentbut -
rue CONVENIENCE! !o INVESTORS busy duringthe
l rIar'w:: '
Falcons teas first oterall ample* every h and it U sure surprise youl!
A1.'k week, our investment office M now :/
\ open road condition the continent can pro
in in
I'. .)'.. every Saturday from 9 AM till noon. four, for first vide, and because it winds up on the TRY TOTAL PERFORMANCEFOR
." I one 'Ihat's riltty! moat remote byway In the French
-" II" r You are Invited to come in any Saturday for Maritime Alps it in a supreme test of A CIIANCEIFORD!
'' ; unhurried discussion of securities / i I had
an your problemi In die all thecar abilities.Falcon steering
with one of our experienced registered to be flawless glare ice above a 1,000-
w.- round tlie Monte foot drop Those fabulous \-8's had to
Delicious/ CHICKEN ; representatives.. Y oullllad him sincerely Interested -
Carlo racing course, Falcons run like dynamos
m offering sound advice fitted to your owe The final results In the Monte Carlo
particular requirements.. were first and secoml.That's Rally.1 jaws Falcon 2nd place overall,
DRUMETTES wnneunrabilitylr let in Class 8 of the Touring category, I'alcon.Fairlane.Thunderbird
lit and 2nd in CUuis 5 of the much

L Served with crisp cot, slaw, french MONTE CARLO-The 83rd Monte tougher Grand Tounng category, lit wl'lSra e.tee ow OP5.IO1Oeraison lHI UU. AWARD
C HIRSCH & CO. and 2nd the final tl.r*>-Up teat on
fried roll .nd buHer. Carlo Rallye lUrted with 299 can. in
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