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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
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Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
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General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
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27-NUMBER 29 STUART. MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1964. nJw



'. ,- ,,W,", On Building and Septic Tank Inspections; Water to each Nears Filial Stretch

News on Folk From Th -------------------------.



I RamblingReporter i Vague Charges of Bribery Disrupted March 1 Deadline Set for




|i County Commission Meeting Tuesday

i Hutchinson Isle Finances
STOVE IS _.
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MRS RtllklN: *
'10 DliNBVK: SCHOOL I No Proof Is : i

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There be a lot of cooking going I
on it Dunbar. School at Hole Miller Charges
Is Raised
Sound, m the days to come and Offered of I $109,004 ;
all because of the kindness of Mrs. 11 I
Henry A Ruilkm of the Town of ShakedownsUnsubstantiated Politics Keeps
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Jupiter I Island Mrs Rudkin has r I '

given the school an expensive new J : I I Arson from Juryt Goal Now $150,000
restaurant size gas stove The Mar- "third -h a n d t 1 ,
tin County School Board Tuesday and "second-hand' charges of bribery eF ftJ' I
night exeprcssed its sincere appreciation in the inspection of buildingsand Eu1 t hut I .i grand! im\ inVttstigitioii Its .1 i question ol' Put up sir'hut up' so tar; as! the instillation. of
I I tit' the biiriinitf ol Iks ( Stuart wiikr llutehmson Island, concerned,
: ; : ilol on is
tanks !\
septic disrupted :
I ( risk I ithmurx
i>e) Bridge i in I
At. tonlerente MondaRol md Merrell
.1 i ace president
County Commission Tucsda, ) I I'J I (. is being dt liber.ii.'l\ "..II'trlc.ed press
LMMtt'DIS: II:.WEI : ail! trust officer ot the I irsl Nation\ U.ink.. ot Stuirl md! trustee tor
Paul Combs head of Reliable Septic : ) in I ivor of polities: in the
FOR I I"'ARtST: Tank Company who his had wf f'rthcominjelectll'n wiie a in.uk' i I Ihe Iliilehinson Island' \\alor' Project. set .1 i Mooch:I I deadline far the

!Mr and Mrs. Ralph Evinrude friction with the County Health j f WA h) ( aunty -l 'ommissioiuT I dward subscription ot $110,000)() by island
I left Feb 12 lor Miami where they Department and the County Build huller at tin county hoard! meet ,piopcrlv owners.
will hoard a |jet for their annual ing Inspection Department relayed mg. luisdiixI Auto Licenses B\ that time, said Merrell own-
trip to Nevada and California. a charge against a former build I toil the whole matter ol I the i'is must either complete the con-
Thcy will go to Las Vegas thento ing inspector. although he latei limning of the i, bridge: Is going::: to: I Must Be inhutinn of SI511,1510 I () <>()<) ol' their I
Palm Springs and Hollywood denied that he meant a specific IK put oil hiemisc (his is an elel'I I BoughtBy '12Sttt11)() ) share of the proposed
returning to their Jensen! Beach person lion vent I think this I is unlair I pioc'et) or he would return .ill contributions -
home about March 10. A Stuart woman said I h .1 11 I think), the people ,..hmild,, know the February 20 made to dale on I the
Combs had intimated thai .1 i )4v position ot f i Ihl' !grand jury on this. basis! ol h per cent ol the ,assessed
contractor no longer in the counts matter( ," !Miller dcehrcd I value of private property
nvUUIIIO'l10 had paid a health department in- v Most C"lIl1lofftce\ arc up for lax olletlor, Alvin Andrews II I Southern Gulf Utilities, I Inc of
MUOR'S IAMILY: specter l to approve a faulty t tankCombs k election: this year Ins received woid from the Motor Miami who, within the next week
A new addition to the family of said that he had been counts. (commissioners --l'ununis- Vehicle Commission at 1 tilliirmssve I I or so, expected to start work
Mayor Ray Cooke of Stuart and late for the meeting because of a i rr MOP Chiirman I rank),. \Viitha, Jack I tint IIU'retIll\ be no extension I laying a water main between St\ TIC
Mrs Cooke is Bobby! a 3'i-year- conference with a Port! Salernoman aw ( fR s a \\illiunscii' and Jack Siiunderson! ol: the deiiillnie .to get license I Point and Sewalls Point, has otle-i
old adopted sonIMMOIAY who had been telling him t i ij The blesses (reek bridge pi"itc ed to draw up a contract tsar the
"about an official trying to get j cd two diys before Martin Anyone driving! with a 1 1963 Island job as noon as the tI'OiXM I ( ()
money out of an electrician before ( ourt was to have license' pi.ite alter midnight oIhuivday n wlwtnbed, Merrell added
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!: ('II \P..JoR. PLANSSPAGIIE1' VALENTINE BALL QUttNShirley: : Granfield. ol Epsilon Zeta Chapter is crowned 1964 Beta Sig- bllrn'l I I eh 20 will I bo subject
he would
a job He whether the bridge would 1J1'rI'e1iold the total in the
approve :: water -
: ] I SUI'PERAcacta : named the Port Salerno man. ma Phi Valentine Ball Queen Saturday night at Sunrise Inn Crowning her .is her predecessor Lou Collins u purl of the countv road lo 1 :arrest i, according l :; : lo Areh liv project account on Monday:

Chapter. Order of DC- Chairman Frank Wuch.i ordered The smiling man on Shirley's right is her husband Dick Commissioner! Miller, ut that I ingslon, Motor Vchlele tomimsioncr \- was JI O1).004)( .24. This: he said 1,
Molay' plans to hold a spaghetti Combs, in company with County lime, hid received a Iengorarvinjunction allahassee I had been subscribed by stilts I one
supper ut the Masonic Temple: Attorney Dean looker and a agauiNl removal of .the i I ivingstiin' mlorme'd Andrew private property owners out "of a
Curt Osceola Street on Monday deputy sheriff to go to Port Salerno Shorter Route Would Rncourage Development bridge, and the., court was lo decide 111.it Governor: Bryant has staled. total. of I 116\. At least three "hrsesxnditales' .
evening Feb. 17. serving from 5 and return with the witness on "March 2, I9h2 whether that he could think ol no drum were among the lilty-
7'30 adjourning j i the el'mml stances Ihul would cause him i to five owner who have
to p m not yet !paid,
Continued
Adult tickets!, XI, children 50 sion until 12: 15 p.m. ( on Page 2-A) extend the deadline past I Feb. 20. he indnated.
cents Tickets may be obtained They returned without the witness Rio-Jensen Cut-off Route Andrews' office his sold 7,5110 By the end of this>> week tin
from Tooker reported the witness. plates M fur expect to sell anulhcr trustee continued he
my DeMolay boy or purchased :i ; ; : expected the-
at the door said that a neighbor of his-whose Tropical Farms 4,00(1) )() liy Thursday I total to reach somewhere between
mime he refused to give-had told I he office will remain open til 5,000( and $11000 I ( ()() He would
him that a building inspector no Is Being Pushed by Board Children Saturday' from 4 am. to I p.u ? then ask a few of the burger own-
))VISAGE CONDITION I I longer with the county had ,asked, to Get Shut lax collector announcedSo I. t'rs. ,,ho had already paid to put
OS 1 U. S. 1 IS USE money for approving A buildings il you want to avoid those, in enough extra "over und above"

Drainage conditions along south completion A new road C connecting: Rio and partment decides to pave the road, least the opening of the route. The, Their Own BusA long! lutes, that can be expected next the call of duty." to rains the I tatutlo I
: been Wuchii then scored Combs for Jensen Beach that would leave and WiincHdiiy! and hUl'\dIY.I get t your 150000. .
L S I have now corrected open or it to the county ut some I County plans to clear grad
we noted during last week'i heavy "exceptionally: poor judgment for several hundred acres of untievctoped I future dale, will not prevent ut II the road us soon/ ps possible! school bun ti> take thildrcndirMlyUikJh I 1.-plates now Andiewt advised.' .. In order to gel .ion with the ox.
rains.\ One mobile home court, (Continued! on Page 2-A) rcstdeni'nl., land 1 b heing .. I Tropics Forma nrtt :G11v{ of the "''t'er' (aYtemts thll'iiY 'r
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hard hit some time ago when drainage p'anned: by 'Martin*County Cdm- from/ Port Salerno, / ritmeniury 2,248 ASS 'i of)T "'/ : bHe labor an. 1 mltrer'' was
was blocked byJJ. S. 1 four. mission. Tentative Date March 21 School: will/ "he In operation a.. anon 1.I' already working on the Snwulls
lining. came through the last 1 Six Employed by The new road about two miles an possible, it was agreed by the Point Job. Southern Gulf hm coma
downpour high and dry, long, would begin at a point near I Martin County Board of Public Citrus Land in 10 down have from hetu ibis siibucribed S20K.000) originally !
tf' north side of the Rio Instruction! Monday night. by property -
;1he crossing
!lPOR I'S1ENO'D' : The Schools at of the Florida East Coast Railroad, Erosion Hearing at Mrs B, C Hare of the Ironicalfiirms I owners half. However of all future, SGU will. recclve -
'I Sale macular'
NIAGARA PRODUCT run east parallel with the ailroad urea, told I the hoard her I $$806,000
subscriptions up to the !tl5o.XK( )
Martin small' children, left home dO )
to a point near the vicinity cf at :
Owen Murphy Niagara Cyclo- Monday MeetingSix : Road lr| Rio where it would om.i for school and did not get About 2.240 acres 0 f dim/ meek the other half /going to re.
massage products have been on swing north' to connect with the Jupiter Isle TownThe I home until nearly S p.m. She said land Month! of the St Lucie Canal I crihcd pay those who may be over-sub.
: Beyond the
display, at the Professional Golf persons were hired by the I end of Savanna Road, Savanna the small children in I the area and Roiilhwcsl of Indnuitown, were murk, Southern Gulf $150000(
Association tournament in West! Martin County Board of Educa Road intersects: with State Road were away from home too long transferred. recently from R. L. all will receive
Palm Beach and will soon be seen 707-A I Currently, the Tropical I' and Deborah H. Chuslaln' to monies to the $ H.()MM()() total.
lion at Us regular monthly meet mr.C r of Engineers !oCo.uJudinjl/ waffle-type seawalls arms area Cieorgi Provided the
at the national PGA. tourney in ing Monday night. Several months ago, the State at Jacksonville! hob notified the !, sand transfer by dredge front! is part of a long overall bus run ". iiulkint Jr Stamps Indicates Coming by March 5150,1)00 I, (said{) ) is Merrell forth-
New York. Retained as custodians were Road Department suggested a sim> Town of Jupiter Island that it the Jntrucoastal Waterway to the Mrs Hare brought a list of signed he price as approximately! $3W() I SOU will firm ,
prepare a
Carroll A Vaughn Sr and Carol liar road but !slightly west of the will hold a public hearing therein ocean beaches, and a current effort nuinen>> front parents in the area an acre bur a total of $Hf() >.4H( ). which the attorney for the contract island,
OPEN: IIOLSK: FOR NEW Hancoek.. Hired for the snack route the county now proposes! advance of a beach erosion to dredge in sand front the and reported she hud been chosen A furl her 1,,200( acres In Pain property owners, Evans
Sr
APACHE IRVILtRS 1 bars at Martin County High School Whether the state will go along study. ocean. discussed! She said parents hud Beach\ (ounly were transferred! will check If acceptable Crary, copiesof ?
Herman Reitz has announced were Marie Kincaid and Tina Zein- with the new route remains to be Tentative date for the hearing Erosion on the north part of the a petition asking for abut etwtcn, the same parties.. the contract: will be sent to all
than Stuart Tackle and Marine Inc. er. Melvin Harrison was employedas decided. las been set at 10 am on March islind is described as being one but had! decided to approachthe subscribers; for approval
will hold house Feb. 13-15 I a bus shiver and Marie Pizza Right-of-way for the proposed 24 at .the Parish Mouse which is of the worst conditions of its kindon school hoard before circulating : Parking Meters In the absence of objection, an
to show four open new 1964 models of as a teachers aid at Warfield Annex route has been obtained by the one.half mile south of Bridge Road the Atlantic utalxmrd. the petition. agreement/ would then be signed!
,I county. Among land owners along She noted that, since the matter Standards to GoIn !between Hutchinson" Island .
Apache trailers. More A sum of $10000) has been appropriated propery
camping Three teachers were transferred the route are W. B. Tillon W M. ,had been settled and a bus made' owners and Southern Gulf.
and more Americans are turning I Lewis Funk), was sent from Parker' Kiplinger and Sam Rhode. for the survey Race available" there was no longer a u 11'IIr.lo.one vole Monday Those subscribing alter the
to the trailer as an economical $$32,000 in signing -
camping School to Martin County Senior Although the cost of the road The exclusive oceanfront resort reason for a petition. night. the Sluiirt City ('onuimsion of the agreement would have
and comfortable way to High School, Burice I lane wan would depend on the type of surf has been plagued by erosion for While on the mutter of !school vl'lcllo remove all parking meter 10 pay 6 per cent annual interest
!spend family vacations Rcitz said transferred from Martin County f lacing rough estimates arc from many years Both private and tax- Track Cash to ,buses' the board voted to continue si,mJ,irds from Stuart. 1 ho tuners their assessment' : Merrell stated on
Junior High School lo Parker I $75.(MX) to SUM).(XX). supported efforts have been made: to purchase !school buses front the in the meters were removed Southern Gulf will extend 1
R. II. All VMS SHOT School, and Quccnie Smith "aIranferred \ |I Not only will the road open to stop the encroachment of the Sdite School Bus Pool program I shortly before Christmas 1461' main from Scwitlls Point to Hutthnson -
A IIOLt-IN-OSb: from Martin County I undeveloped acre lying between -----_. -- ---- Martin County Buses' are generally cheaper when (oimiusMoncr Arthur L: Sims opposed Island; erect a water storage

R H. Adams ot l St lucie Boulevard -' Junior High School to Martin the two communities', but it will bought through tho pool. I the removalMen's ink there, and run a line from

was .i proud golfer last Thurs- County Senior High School i also shorten the driving time, and Road to Bathing Slate ('om'trl'IIer! Ray I1. Oren ----.- ---- --- -- he Murim-St Lucie counties: ,
I Mrs. Lois Lynch, speech correc- will reduce traffic on. the wxmdary lo the north
d,iHe shot a hole-in-one on the ; present announced that cheeks for $)2.- boundary
No 1 hole at Martin County Golf tionist for the county school sys 1 road It would encourage Jensen Beach Area (000) ( tom the race track tax( fund Garden Club Will of the 'lucsbiiy property: The 'line
& ( ountrv Club at about I 11 I a.mAdams tem, resigned to return to North i I Beach and Rio to expand home MayBe are being mailed to each of the would be extended lo the southernxlremily
seventy-two formerly of Carolina to continue her educa. building into the rolling pine lands sixty-seven counties. of lh. Island if present
Albany N Y.. wan on the number lion. No one has been hired to re- ,, west of the railroid Paved SoonThe The comptroller said the payment Elect Officers Feb. 20 egotiutions/ between (the Rand andradshuw
place her. I Whether the Mate Road DC- Interests
five green and used! a seven last year lor Ihc same; month are suttcssful.Two : .

iron The ball went I 120 yards! It --- Martin County t-ngmcer- i I was $24,(MM). 'I Mai payments made Nominution and election of officer Ihusi.istic. response' :, with a s forty- themselves owners had already express.d .
was his first hole-m-one in the Department was told lutsday 1 I to counties thus tar this year I I'inOOO is for the Mem (Garden' two front as ready to build gar-.
new various
lie and/ WetMIl tfJll11''ill/// Race mg i persons present den (
thirtv eight years he has been playing ( ) MO.(Mil( ) more than onestory) apartments as
... ... I hv Commissioner frank Waeha to or (flub will he held at Iho agricultural parts of Ihu cl>un'Y.'
------ ------- soon as water is available the
of the ----- -- --------- on
golf Other members I gel an estimated cost for leveling I received by the counties for the building in the second ntv At that session; Jim hostel of stand, Merrell concluded
foursome were James Joslyn. and! re surfacing the rood! ,same period last year. Ion of the group, set to start at the I'tlitan Nursery outlined his
George Hart and Kenneth Baker Harvey Piley Is Named I from the Jensen Beach bridge to 7:30,:; pm.: IhursUiy, Fcb, 20< experiences im number of a men'i

the Jensen Beach bathing ana "I!here will ba a dour price and K inlcn group in ( uliforma, Ambler Efforts Go Well
ODD mums. noil! Justice of Peace HereHarvey stung the ocean. I Tree Expert to ve plan to have un outstandingortiuiltural i spoke ut !length on the mos
P tM: AKE !SUPI'tR Wacha told the County Com- 1 Address Kiwanis l speaker, ," Said ;Hill economical 'irrigation system for l Fur| Snapping! of

The I Odd Fellows will hold a mission bids on the draw i pan : Ambler, Stuart parks superintendent median strips in city and county; William Field Lots
pancake. at the hall Saturday Piley. thirty-one, ol In for the proposed( bridge will be let Edwin A. Menmnger Sr.. Flor who hat taken a leading purlin and Mirgaret Hill of Hullon-tlllI
Feb supper 15 beginning at 5 dun drove Drive, who his stated soon and that the road from the II ida'* Flowering 'I lac Man," will forming the men' gardening Nursery gave an informative talk County Commission effort to

n ,n The proceeds will benefit the his intention to run for the officeof : bridge to the bench docs not come: speak to Stuart Kiwanis Club at group. on how Vero Heath club and or- swap privately owned lots at the
organizations world l eycbank ot the District 2. kd ry up to standards in comparison. I noon Thursday! fch 13, at the Formation session: of the group gani/utions worked for btautificatuin. Martin! County Airport at Witham
rickets may be obtained at the justice peAce. M with a new bridge Town Mouse on U S. I J. on Tuesday, Feb 4, nitt with en- Field for county-owned 1"1In
in the May primaries was appointed _
-- -- olden lute are going will, County -
door ------ ---- ------ --
Saturday to fill that office un- Attorney Dean looker reported
til the end of the unexpired term Local Anglers Cooperate With Federal Research Project Jt I a meeting Tuesday

TwistingI1'1 of James Pegram. Dec U. 1964Piley NNrN NrNMNI NNNNNNr 1I N NNNMNMNNIN IM Properly swaps have been ap-
Tale
I was recommended by the roved by Mrs Adele Willoughy -
I commission. and Mrs. Mary. Hirtmun and Slat
By JACK LII\< JAMES l055 ally governor's. by Governor Fams Bryant appointed 1 a t j 'Bluefish Tagging Week' Under Way Here!' tin Memorial Hospital Inc


Did vou to think thatwe A native ot "Kansas Piley came
ever stop fJ Last WMk'i Weather
'Bluefi h life the at a tho. tagging of scvcrJ thousand Thursday to give instruction. in
might never have to Stuart in 1954, and managed !> Tagging: Week" is under explained program
taxpayers l/aak Walton blues bttwetn and They affixing the loop tags remp'tur. Hl.h Low Rrtnfatt
known about the leak of our Boutwell Dairy and the way. meeting of the = now April. I h.o, L.Sn'"h
dollars throughGuantananto er before joining Stuart Member 0 f Martin County League Friday night" have set up temporary office at He/ emphasised in has talk to : s .u/
:
HI.Llght-1 both ) Heath the Walton that the u::,u, r : : : : Iia :.Oa
i f partment three yean ago. chapter: of the l/aak W a I ton 1 he bluefish, important 300 Broadway, Riviera group operation 1 lG,1a I
Castro had not submitted! his resignation ( League, Stuart Sailfish Club and for sport and 8II commercial Neoprene dorsal loop tags are of affixing the tag should be ",t' :: : '. .1 t :.sl
-, ..--...- in has of abundance being supplied to the fishermen! done as rapidly as possible. and Y..b I" . it it AnF
shut off our force, and has leased the Cities area anglers general are cooperating species, periods ..h II Til 17 ..00Iv."o
| water? One good Service Oil Company service station IIVRVEY PILJtY from Wednesday, Fcb and scarcity: No one knows what with a spetiaJ i needle for in-.er. that hands or rags used! in holding 10"'lIvr.turo'" rise w.k 04.TtDe1a :,
c turn deserves on U S. I at Palm City Road. 12 through Tuesday, Oeb 18, in causes these" cycles. l.iUle is known tion. A card accompanying each the bluefish: should be kept A'I
'J another; now His assistant there will be John Pi Icy has attended classes in fed a bluefish tagging program about spawning habits or migration ; tug must be filled. out with pertinent wet r'dCIIG;: : mush" Water Law: Wits
eral and law Rives This will be of the Florida date. In addition to the bluefish[ experiment A.N. P.M. Lan. P.atreb.
since he has the Wethmgton, long associated with Mate at Indian part patternsInitial
water let's send the station. Wrthmgton i will be Junior College H. and his wife, phase of a bluefish research proett )-I tagging of 7X( fish took Tags are being made availableat surface f temperaturetests .. IS II .. .. Lao,*,1ft 1 s SiK..h 41th .. I 1"le" 1""Id
him some soap Piley'i opponent in the May primary Mabel, have four sons ranging in launched by the Sandy Hook f the New Jersey coast Ideal Sport Shop, Bill Todt'sStuart are being taken in the ocean IS exam: sal Il : I 17
placefall." this winter, id in' i ir.b it a'iii SIi',5
off the Florida tou-st' rib.
Who knows he may take a bath having decided to run for age from four to eleven. Marine Laboratory at Highlands, I Deucll and, an associate, Tackle Shop and the Snook I ) 11 : :. alas 1t.ut 'n : n
and shave or clean: torn of the the office before Piley tensed! the The justice of the peace post N. J., list; fall John Clark, are attempting to en- Nook, Jensen Boucb.: he revealed. is .11\ 'i1 I is. r. "am
up i Deucll will 'be Ideal Sport See next week's Stuart News fur rib. tt .It::1' 11N t:Ut a.3
from at
mess he has made for the Cuban station. has been vacant since October last, Davis Deuell of the U. S. Bur' lust the aid of sport fishermen
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Week" mil Ft lull w
people. (See you in Church.) A former paratrooper la Korea, when rejrara moved to Virginia eau of Sport Fisheries and Wild- Riviera Beach to Vero Beach for Shop from 6 pm. to 830: ( pm "Tagging(






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.,t till_ : SILART (llu., !NEWS Thursday. February n. 1964 I MORIBOlI Meeting! _Set. !for( _!Feb,1R: : T
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't rrial.llleet on Noiselebll : No Proof Is

; Move Started for
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Cleary Gets Contract for 'l Offered ofShakedown

1'1 : I Band

Housing Authority Sewers I I' iL; AIII! .,. A Community


: (ontmucd from Page, I 1)) Attend the meeting am\,i\ ,
\ Nitrnct for between $f>.Oot( ) thority md deducted from future \ If you can play a musical in he hand started 111//
," s"".()MKI was awarded (Icarv shelter rents in the city in lieu reporting, such charges with no strumentoiir place on Tuesday help get (
( rrlKII"l evening. Feb. 18. i to the clubhouseat The services of a \oliintet "
IJqher01: West Palm Beach by of taxes" I ... recto are available
courts
in Stuart shuffleboard
A form-r building inspector
1i9e'f I
'hi siinrl City Commission Mon During the meeting it was votedto '!' the audi.nce, rose lo forcefully Residents and visitors of all ages Anyone requiring furlhirformation ,

d i 1\ night for the construction of invite the Martin Memorial Hospital deny his part in any such alleged I urn invited u> attend! a meeting *t I I may contact limlilW t
directors and the
board' of Hill
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City
t "You all !know me will be made Pfeiffer at
< i- to serve the Stuart lloussuihoriiy's i : wrong-tloing ,7:10. when effort
ildahrand Park Association I lo a and
III' housing for eld- 8 ., Monday ;and you know my reputation he 10 form community band
at m
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special meeting
p 'this Ida's official emblem
for Can
said concert I. II
rib i \hile pcrOnon Delaware Feb 17 at City Hall to discuss | to plan at Icnsl one I leaf.Salon. I
\ ale md Seventh Street I complaints of noise! thai have Attorney looker advised him I season maple
fhc I money for the project wi.I Id arisen because! of hospital mil- that he could sue any parties concerned Don't stay away just because you I
I for slander, "There is am don't have an instrument with >ou I
inccd the I
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---by-- Housing -u- __chmcryRESTAURANT__ _____ ___ ______ ____. 1-.ji t pie stale law for your protection -- -, .
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I recommend that you get! yourselfin
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'. -r. .:-_.. ": iltorncv ('JR'UII' COIRr
\ I didnl say: it was him," said (('hum'or)) :

Combs. "1 he mm only told me Catherine Adams Furlow vs. I

f RAID ) i\1i; EL u was a building inspector.1 I hen Oscar l It. lurlow Sr.. divorce. 1.:1I: I f
woods,
.....; MttNFD; SEALED: AND DHIV1RHV: I M ( ooke Mayor and Mr < ulhe Mel rarv ( it\ he remarked "I'm I in the" ion H Schwarz ofBeauty
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with hunch of wolves
l'L at Stuart and ,'r' .. Inc ol u Thelnu Slack vs Clinton Slack.
I S. \o. 1 !South' of Stuart Owning| under new munugrment.!: In regard lo the second-hind relay .
Miami for the extension of the city water system) 10 Stcelc Point Mrs Mars Hroome water company I I divorce. R. J. Randolph I
Give the Hide woman a break, bring the family out and ent with of tombs alleged charge against Joan Clara.. Kahlc vs. Bruce Ice
"secretary" and City Manager Joe Crowdir Rear witnessed the signing'
health inspector as
Hi. Me' ttlin lo please. Open 7-7 dully. Speclul dinners (InI'rldllY a department Kuhlc, reciprocal, Phillip NourI \\!.
and Sunday evenings! I'or reservations phone 2117.9781. voiced by the woman, the county -I Adele M. Wilson vs U.
l Doyle and Rosa IrllFlamingo/, Water Contract Is I board decided that was out of ct ul, quiet title PROFESSIONAL
Supply i its jurisdiction since health department I M>rticc K. Tailor) vs. Cecil F
employes are appointedby !
Taylor divorce. T. C. Houk BEAUTY CAREVirginia
fie: state under the merit
system
.
I
H I7cl\
--- C hcslcr Holland vs Ethel
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Signed by City and Firm J Combs had said been that the!giving health him department a- I Holland Johnson divorce M.RohertIInd

hard time, also he brandished pictures Evelyn> Dorothy fpulbcc v<.
of alleged faulty "" link By
I septic I I Frnest (), Taulhee, divorce: ItirryH
vw1r1WN I The agreement between the City S. William Fuller assistant secretary I south to I the Town of Sewalls construction by others which he ; Donleyattorney.. Kinnc Owner
PLANATION of Stuart and Southern Gulf Utilities having previously signed in Point. I said! had been passed by the department Operator)

t Inc. of Miinii, for the tup- Miami for Southern GulL I SOU will over u \period, o f I I'rumcs Ann
i ;
YAF' Open Wucha indicated that in his
Now i iA ply of water to Scwalli Point and.
Is twenty' years, amortize the S34:!!.- imum width' of iwcmy-iwo inches
'' 1 Following the signing C i 11 I there had been i
Our nln1n Hero ,,In ultimately, Hutchinson Island wan y I 671.92 which it will cost Stuart opinion a strong"personality and a maximum ot twenty-eight
beN v Manager Joe Crowder said (hit clash' between Combs
/ ieIIN; t signed at City .Hill on Thursdayafternoon.
m 1'0 install the line to Steele Point. inches
d n Feb 6. the city would co-ordinate its work | and Ihe health department inspecting Now Featuring -
) I alrNl A'n 1 Ni N n Since the line will eventually become I The amendment was approved!
N.nl. 1 I
i NuNa with that of SGU, and expected a I personnel and that Combs
an : ",",,,tit J, Mayor Ray M Cooke and MM. 'the utility' company s properly md becomes effective Feh 18WORLD'S Pedicures *
IIF:""-'" work order to be issued within ten ; would only he !satisfied if the inspectors --
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1"1111 ? Cultic McCrary city clerk signedthe I no one else will he allowedto I
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aNr-Mille l' wr! Se days;) were fired, He asked Dr. 'Relaxing FacialsV.
t peon. Yr agreement for the city Nor. use! the line to carry water to "
brr rh Neil Miller head
'p Camhron Construction Company department mo-
II
man J. Davidson, president and Se'vtalln Point or Hutchinson Inland
of Orlando awarded : tioning at R. H. Reed sanitarian
Inc. LARGEST
but the city use the c
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--------- Lewis I Taylor siini6sriim and W
a contract by the city on [Dec 16 line tit no e'rcn10! supply any 'NIYLYOt afro KSUUICI (ovtnColl ARE NOW OPEN .
I II Richard, director of the division
1963 will extend a twelve-inch ,
MORE: ABOU'fMiller approved customers west of Steele
main from Palm Bench Avenue of sanitation: "Do you intend to 1IO'iJ'hru: SAILRIUY
Point ( Rob.rt M John.o.
l 1T RAC i"awe nits
; fire ?
eastward Fast Ocean Boule anyone
along Within ISO I days of being informed Mwaeait WMnen AT 7-3825 304 OSCFOLA AT 7.0536
Charges yard to a meter station seventy- by the City of Stuart thin No, replied Dr. Miller I II .................11..1
five feet of Steele Point at Robert l/ear general contractor ,
west the main i is ready to he connected I I -- -- u -- -
Politics Keeps Ilhe western end of the Si. lucie at Steele Point Southern Gulfmust I defended the health depllrll11enl'l 1

I River It 11 Bridge Southern Gulfs responsibility on for he use ready ut Sewalls to take Point the water 'I staling that had inspections! been prompt, on and construction BOX Oil ICE; OPENS: 6:30:

Arson from Jury to carry Ihe water from this For "good, potable water' satisfactory ', ton impartial-Tuylnr Representatives Company which of Ash-II'l- 'I II\'IIII2J I/111 III II I..o'! SHOW 'IMC 7:00:

Restaurant delivery point, by way of a ten- for domestic use: SGU
Hotel (Continued from Page I) inch main across the St I Lucie will pay Sluart 22 cents per I I.(UK J() i I stalls septic tanks did the tame
Mrs William Port I
River to a SOO( .000-gallon water- gallons, until such time us Ihe rate' Appleton "Wednesday. Thru SaturdayONE
it would he a permanent injunction. storage tank they will erect on the may) be changed h> mutual agreement Sewiill resident, scored Combs' : SHOWING MITLYTRUE..TURBULENT..TREMENDOUS:
violated code
that "he Ihe
.Is Your Place charging
peninsula and then north u n dGOURMET I
FOOD is PRICESDIGIt At the lime of the burning ---- ._ -- two years ago failing to put in a !
-I(I drain field at home
proper my ,
tow County Fire Chief John Filanowski -

Open 4 lo S Dully Next to Western Union was definitely was quoted a net,at fire saying,: 'It 'Mutiny on the Bounty' Is :I i She business attacked license.Commissioner Combs'. right to haven METRO.GOLDWYN.MAYER"",,,,,., NIW

Jack Siundcrson.
'We' Are Not Fancy, Ultra-Modern After the bridge was burned an Playing at Lyric Theatre !I I Port Salerno defended Combs'
investigation was made h u I no right to speak "and if he can prove

Jet Age hut/! charges were brought No one has the things he has: charged .then
or reportedly come forward to pin I Mutiny on the Bounty" 1 sailing vessels. including the celebrated Dr Miller should take them up
nn arson label on any individual I ring Marlon Brando, Trevor hlJr-1 Bluenose So rare have lie ,md correct them,"
If you are looking for old0S8" ; Miller asked the commission mud, Richard Harris and come the skills needed for such n 1 First Tooker, then Dr Miller
"
!fashioned home cooking at P/1' once again to suggest 1 to Assistant I will show :at. the lyric LI Y job thai it i is probable she will he recommended! that the septic tank
State Attorney Philip Nourse that through Saturday I I'the last wooden ship of her kind code he amended so that sections
its best. rDJ he proceed with the grand jury investigation But "Ihl: real star" of the MetroGoldwynMayef lo he constructed anywhere over inlets and outlets have ,i 'in..:: I Valentines Late Show Friday Nile
presentation i sH -- -- _.
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('omlni\ ioner Wuchu aid i 11 .M.sLjicfcyiu, ( toy|; :.sJiip.i'J. ? soil I _'_ -- INo I-
was his opinion .that politics hive built from the original i j plans of IIOX OIF 1C OPENS; : ONE WiLt It Aneirtto WHILI '
nothing to ilo with the failure of the vessel on which the mutiny f tart rlYe 1il 6-15: THE corrie to ICING tPtEOt
the grand jury lo act and that fur |I took pllce. Ns '
FRANCSLANCECIRIYS; < ther. suggestions. that Noursc investigate She attracted the attention and SIfOW11\1r I 6:45: L I
fame of almost from h .
lire unnecessary since the u star t e --- ----- --
commission had already voted in moment she began life with the
favor of an invcsiigiiion. laying of her keel in the little (own Friday, Saturday, Sunday C.U\K\MIII 10 MAKE LOVERS SNUGGLE) :
GER "I I feel that the grand jury will i' of unenburg I !, Nova Scotiii ona

QUfRIG take up' 'the mailer I when fi i it can get I I snowy February day in 1960. Kirk Douglas Mitzi Gaynor Sunday Monday, Tuesday
,
,0 RESTAURANT to it, In the meantime i Mr S1tIer So many tourists came to visit her
has any knowledge of persons during the seven months she was "FOR LOVE OR MONEY" DEAN r:, IFRgos Been
On The Indian River who supposedly burned the bridge!! under construction that Smith and MARTIN :
then he. should swear out a warrant Rhulund shipyard where she was Al SO AS Sleeping My 8ef/?"
I and have the people brought built had to hire a special guideto ( -
At Langford Villas and Marina to trial As far as politics are con handle the cflwdOn the day Robert Preston Shirley Jones I + THE HOTTEST QUESTION OF THE DAY

cerned the. politics are with Mr. of her launching, more than 10- .h il \- TECHNICOLOR- PANAVISION'
Jensen Beach Miller and not with\ the commission I 000)()!) persons from all over t the The Award 'Winning 1........ L "t, '_1011--
/ 1
Wacha said, eastern seaboard descended on the ,.
Featuring Miller retorted that arson has town lo join in the festivities It "MUSIC MAN"Premium t I "-,uu."" ....l1N JU
"h'Cn established up at Fort I was the biggest crowd in the memory I MONTGOMERY BALSAM STJONNOONTINosoOME.itrANroSILNRtIOBURNETT

DAILY SPECIAL LUNCHES Pierce," of the oldest inhabitant J/ !! [!
i At this When she sailed for Tahiti and
point County Attorney ,
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Monday through Friday Dean looker told Miller You her role in the film more thousands -- --- -------- --- --- --------
TWO OR MORE, ROM NOON TO 2 P.M. know more about it than we do lined the harbor to wish her -THE DEPENDABLES;: suCC S'SCARS-OF'64------

$1.50 I'm I sure the grand jury will investigate Godspeed On the long voyageto
at soon as possible Mr. the South Seas she was salutedby
Nourse told me the last lime I passing liners, including the
Baked Short Ribs
talked with him that he was working Queen M.iry, as though she were
Country Fried Chicken on the matter" indeed the ruler of the "seas" And
Miller then made I a motion that when she dropped anchor in Tahiti
Roast Loin of Pork the commission ask Attorney t t '* Mnavl Hay, brownskinnedgirls

Baked Ham Nourse to proceed immediately bearing leis descended 0 n :
with a grand jury invcsiigitionI her.
Baked Pork Chop The I motion carried I unenburg was one of the few

Stuffed Meat Loaf The last time The Stuart News pi.ices in the world able to product -
checked wilh Mr. Nourse about the rare skills needed to build this
Baked Red Snapper I the possibility of a grand jury investigation I ship Many of those who workedon

Includes Potato Tea his reply was\ "no comment her construction had helped
Coffee
Vegetable, or ," build !some of Ihe most famous JE4TITTT"-
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IMU>'FR DAY :...,..._. ".. ._, -
SM : 'I' Mt VKI I .illiHliliilu ) NLVSt
0HtHUY
: Woman s ClubIs '! 'Culture Seminoles' Be I '' I ihnmrv t.I \. 19ft4 j.I .,\
W >rlil Dax of l Praver will he oh Among to .tr'. _. ,.., .,." ." .
SOCIETY
serxed hx the United Church Worn NEWS
en ol, !M:irlin Counly Friday Feb.

i ln4p at ilm:the C'i itv Congregation Coffee i will il he Church' nervy ...-__ .I "" __ .........II PreparingFor I Subject Hutchinson 's Program ( Fish Fry by

cd ,it 1/)0; ( 'a.m. and the service Bazaar ,

, will begin. at 10 __ Mrs. Genevieve Trinter Now Juniors a
m.) --- -- I The memJcNf the WI\l11un' SmartVomms (luh null, (present ion, 1)(' ibex \\.'I'e niirind in l Dr Irene H.,iher I K pr"

Director ServiceAt : (lub of Smart are preparing for I Mr, md\ Mrs J.1I11e.lIlehin.\ [ Slain in l II//5h. th"imun. Hostesses areI I lB SuccessI
.Ir. FOR SALE of Nursing their annual humor which will, beheld son. in .1 i (program/ entitled "('ultiiitAmong In ilk siimmtrof lohl l (lIlh.\) ( MSIIitl \\I'n.' ehiirnim, "n MIMir I' Big
Phi Scimnolct ,)ItV,,,. Siiiiin.ik' Indnn
Siturdi 1'.lln.n' to .
Kb 22 from .
on : ) SI.ochnII1Ir.: II'h I 1.r'
Martin Memorial 10 a.m. to 7 at (heonvirt'% ntftdiifin' IV, On exhibition will I capture on Canvas the rapid. I 'londi.. I eI'r.llon, .lIhl I ( tl
( Hospital : Club building p.m.. I' he .uithintic artifacts. costume's and! I changing\ culture ol' there nalmAnicricins nil Mrs John Am >.'h .",MMI 1 ttm ;1 "I I 11''r.lllnn' ofV, oil i ,<'II ( ''lIh,
1957 SKYLINE paintings.Although. Bv NovimKr ol (hit I ( ioessluiiGarden| i'I't' lion' Hi'!hluhls 1\.1\i Ih
The handmade articles "booth, _
Mrs (icncvicvc E. Trmter. I lyn, N. Y In this capacity she I Jim and Jonn Mulch )\car Hutchinson. hid eonipklid' I 1"1" tit title .,,1'I I the 11Il''IIII I ul t ahr'
will be under the direction of Mrs
Ille 11RDROOM formerly of taramo. Ohio now planned and implemented programs Inson are v"rvell known in this I thirty paintings md drivings which Chatt. I III'',., \\onin, ( luh "I I xiii l
S t L \\ illte and will include a \II.ri..ty men!
residing in I Port S.ikrno has been orientation area many are not aware that were exhibited in t\er\ important I" I 'I"I 11'.1\' ivtnmt Kl lit Mioolli '
of of new of items such house
MOBILE HOME appointed( ) 1 us director of mining personnel as aprons Hiuchmson i i. a grllllll.ll. of Martin I museum I m Horuli Inelll.hnl'Uf\ .Meet at Kinwfe RI'a I \\ ', )jllllll1r i I 1)1"' i u. Inhi
service al Martin Memorial Mos in-service programs for slippers and soap novelties ( ('<\lInl)' High/ School: Ik then own HIiiXI; i Museum: :; I To Plan .I spoke on Ihi h"I"1\" i ...I.I'Ih i
( stuff nurses. and nursing: attendants Home.made cakes candies attended Pilm:. Beach Junior Col. 'I has puss 1 June Owen K. Murphy Benefit/ I I I 'i 11.1.1 I I .ler.IIIIIII ''sit' 'I t 11 1,1..1'lh.11
pitd.Mrs.. Trinter received her di. revision of personnel performance bread und\ Jellies will be fllItureJIII were and Florida Stile Umversltx. ) of Port Si'will. lomnmsioiiidHiitthuison I All chairmen and their I ( 1n\mil. '' i the union C huh \\ "'tutu I Ii I'I
LOWDOWN nlomu in nursing from Mt SinaiHospital patient education: visitor Mrs PctirCccilios fOJI'lh." he majored In irt. His / : to create thin ) mon I I1 'inn i a i I"rt of the I I'drt I 1111111 i iI 111 t tI'I
I members ol ihe Garden; (luh ,
School\ of Nursing i Cleve The gardener will he able U> se further uri! (ruining was taken. m paintings ol the: !Seminoles ,tar his I Ii lee I ''" "11 thai (here ..rMI 1',1\\ "'i. I
! md I Ohio and her B.S. in nursing .. ( education, i isolation techniquesfor lest from' crotons, geraniums, and .the (iirtoonmg and llluslritin| iirivuu' colliction he Huichinsons : ol 1 SlIl.ttts,>rinlJ lolivil Bcne. I II I un' I IlIlIi'r i Wonu" i 111 I 11 1"1 l I II"
education from \Vescrn( Reserve personnel of all departments, : jasmine! collected by Mn ('. R !School! m New York City hive .1 i cutup: set I tin in the' HnghionKtsm I I lit will be guests of "Pilrieii: Mnr\ \ ". U ,',lle ecplanm'd,, il",' |P11I"'r /
University Cleveland Ohio and revision of nursing procedures VundirveerThe I the Hutchmsons. met at Florida ;ition where the Vnnnolis I phv III her home Kinsik. Widnes I 111.1 I mi ining III ih,' llIh,l lI I'd
She was director cf nursing I while elephant sale will he Sink University in 1911\ Mrs i sit for him Oil.iilid work i is doni', .I '. i, I Lit: as a "I I '" .'f.111I11I l I II I"I. '
Mis Tnnler his hid 1 extensive diFib iv at .s I' 111 l ('I1"
PAYMENTON service and under the direction of Mrs II S. Hulihmson was an "army I>rul" in the lluUunson studio' m Purl ..I I. I !Mrs. I Ihlll11" R "" I.
experience in the nursing field practical mining atStaunton I K sir\i-d tit 4. Plans will In nmaJetor :
tint I ., Salerno \V : I I' Ihn K ,ich I
Ililsey "''n.I'd four Immensities he.fore tumult' |pasuhntt i
haling held the following positions; Va, the benefit which sill h held I '
C'lime,,d supervisor and cilucationul i Kings DlIll.1hteN'Bopilal. Mrs. I lowcll Tracy. who has receiving her All in educi. The public in. invikd, to I the I it Kins"de SntlN"tlf.II: M I. 1..1' i hi (uiicril I I"kl'h'I .11
d director Mctropoliiin. Ci ien. worked for more than six monthson lion She thin attended' the ('(lr. I Stuart \\ "l1Iun'Ilih In this, pio. : "I"" "Ih'n, in Mdwmkri'i \\ I
( Mn I. Trmter i is a member of the I the project will offer for sale carat School of Art in WashingTwentyfour smill f : 1 I I ""III1'r.
GOOD CREDIT eral,, Hospital. Cleveland, Ohio A, grim; II i guest\ 'I. 'IK thangedMiruwood St. Lurid Salon I
Martin Aiuluhon" ,
County Society stuffed animals, -- I
such she tuujhtind HIperviscd fifty -- I I \I"" + Fred( Rogers. chnmm ,''II"
J theory planned and practice of and, until her appointment) as director I Second hand l hooks. including I ,Met in Vero "il I" II.h I fry> held on I Feb 7 npnI I II'
I I
communicable disease nursing for of nurses she had been a encyclopedias. novels I juvenile Yachts CalledAt I ,I"l i approximately' member of the Women Auxiliary books, and hicks will be I'he Si I ucla Salon No M1I I I veil ,and
SANDY'STRAILER students from three schools I' paper I \ s i II i total prom i ""t i i'X
f of mining twenty at Martin Memorial Hospitil sold from the "hook stall of Mrs I.I I'ij-hl l md Forty. held fr .I.lIlUlln I \. null, go lor the hwpt l
PARK C omnussioncd as senior flssiM I Harold WoollcyMn Marina in Past Week muting' III i the American I lig >" I 11'.1' .II, IC unit
Margaret Heckler will direct Hill in Vtro He ich wIth tech ,
J an nurse officer with the U. S. < I 't members accepted ihenl nut
AND SALES Art Show Is the smirk bar und will serve Punnets;: prewnt I un Mr In I ."
Public Health Service Yathtsnun and their yachts V ; \\ood Ilinnuh. by RI' '"
Assistmt director of nursing hot dogs, coffee, and. cake throughout were on ihe move again in I lion Nero Duich; llri.Kn' II:' Mr and i the annual birthday: purls; still' ,"' s and, I nuuns Chllltlll.11) h'I bald,
287-5788 service and educulional director ut( I Feb. the entire da) I tit, ut least at Ihe I ungford\ Sts,i Mrs (' li Pluikr. Fort I .uulerihk 1 bt held Ich, 2M al the I art ;t'aco' I I '' in njit' site In !\I.lf.'h
I Mill NOR' I IIO( S1U\RT U.S P.H.S, HO'l'lt.ll. Staten Island, Set 18 A door pri/c will hour be awarded ring i, during this past "tck, ; "lIil.1 lo." Mr, and Mrs VVil' Amiricm, legion Hall with, II i eau I Mr, Kermit Tuikir !'''''CI'h ..I I
- 0U.S. N. Y, and nl a later date held I every hour on the to .1 i lucky A (fetal ol thirteen 11'riIII'"II'i limns It. WmI.w, Oi'I.iitiloSumfuii exchange' hv wcrel pain. ''h, nport! ol the noninui. tonI : ,
1 I the same position at U.S.P.H.SH .. On Tuesday, Pen. 18. there will winner.Another umisu d feature of this cd yachts md eleven 1\llto\f.lllul- I ." Mr and Mm JohnII '", Ih'l'I I lection of sinters still h..
">spil il. Manhattan. Bench Brook.j i he a tea at the little ltd the I Mu' I I Mlii he i regular in 'el' I II
____ .. Louvre.1 years bu/aar will be an art ex I en l up tit ungford i irma Plullir Nokonns; Si'a |1I"h t I nit
"" .Y.. ". --;-- :; --;;;,-- I the Stafford studio, ',' hihit of the l"uinlill1an,1 craft Most of their owners stayed Mr and Mrs Robert (i i. Burns. hertHon N. V ; Mr. und Mi". John M',"l'll.i I which it H' ,.lost'01 I IIhct'ny' |
. : 'f', 't'P" ,, d '' 1"1' I members! art show. 1 the exhibit work of numbers of \the Woman's for several das, dined utranees( I I'"rl I iiiilirdili. ; Chris (:rail." A tiorgtn West MempMeml. N > ( meats wckomid x,,'H' Mrs"
tof.
j I '\:> t.J4," "tiJP. ,> t ). will remain on the walls until Sunday Club Mrs. Kenneth Griffith, whois I l.unlt'"rlOUlril1er/ \ Restaurant. Drs K, \\'. IKhn und J. d Iravci Mr and Mm A. Juneu.. k,nhl,'m OnliM. Mr. Aim Si mlL
,1' ; ( ( ; ,>J: ,t March I IS. The studio is New York ('nv: Mr and Mi,. ,
,, opento in chllrlll of this little: art show;' 'und pent, some: time seeing the JuksonxilleOutvfkliti I "Mm Frank Snnih "M I
< i. .:rPvi ., visitors every day from I Ham I announced (hit some of the exhibits sights around thm urea Michtsnun and 1 1 Albert Knight/ Friimlflft ,1 i r ,, >..?ss"y < to 4 p,m. will he for laic. It was a full house again\ as v.it his include I\fr. and\ Mrs I 1..,m. Y.: Mr and !Mrs, t hurta I F Shut' I I I 1..1.. WllksH ,
I The members of t the "I.ittlc The rummige sale under the I the [\i"rUlI.0 w n I IIX.fool ,tense J Mead diirisoil, N I den Fort I mderdule: Mr II n JMrs. >tfssts for I the exiting!! weir
A
: A Louvre cull themselves the "I.iltlcLouvres Y"I Kurt AIM Savannah Mis 1 Inrr\ Ankrom 01 I "Mrs
.a direction of Mrs Nellie Pt//om. hanlnkcr nlurnid to its home I lila; Mr md Mrs I a I'
16 :; 4W 1 ." They have been pa ml. will be conducted from a store (Uv birth utter taking its owners to (, Stillman ('ornwull-on Ihe.Hud. Mr tutu") Ms! hnrlrs I' Oll'j: ( .,dim M nilgoi crxI
> ing together for ten >cirs; und are sated at 34 Fast Ocean Boulevard Miami and Palm Bt ich. vi'II. Storm King/ !Irov. N N Mr md Mis
- 'j probably the oldest painting group on the same dimd during the l Lending' the list of yachtsmenwire Mrs. (ui\l) I II Sun, dUn I I I ladish. !Mlu' .III i ki" Colo ul "' I he Blue 1 Kidg l I'rl.\\, .u 1\'ntuiiiiNoilh
m the area. Many joined is hegira hours :the of the bnzur I Mrs' Idwud I Siory' (, ImrhiiuN CVolmii, led ill nth
rest 1
r AA same 1 as Mr and Mrs Busch Hi id. I long Mind, N Y Hup : ; ; : 1
\ : ( and,I \\ I \Id Ms, ,
twelve :: IVellcsI'Miss
All and
V ncrt are quite proficient and their party of aboard Slulfrmtui f; Krolhers: Win I .1' \ u 1 nitionul |"irk mi, 111 I ih'Ntlu
a few are professionals Mrs Andrew Ferrur und Mrs. he Miss BudueiHcr:' from TimPI chester. !Miss? "1'1.1)timc;" Jolt I h.V)7() tic,(0) 'I"III""is
Those exhibiting are: Marcia Margaret: Heckler co-chairmtn of Pissisilli. I'Miiv I'oinl Ml 1 John ,, 11111 -
D.I ikcr, Barbara Green, Frances this event hue announced that FkriJu-hasrd i yachts I I anti! III;;' !Mr 11,1', Mrs (' II. \\lnl FIIoy; the II";tntet. Season
I King Arlie ippincott I Justina Pet. the decorations ut the \\omuns O"r: : \ :
included the "N mcy V' link: Oik I'uk. !Mich t "I'laB II
tit. Ethel Leighton, Irene Ricken Club rill reflect the theme of Mr. tint I Mrs Carclum. Smith and .irqm." With (i New "Dn".om

I hack, Dorothy Stafford und Vcstol Washington: hlflhd.IY.Exotic puny. l-orl I Uiudtrdale; "luluKing : lltllnur. Kowluul, N. ('
I Williams. /," CaplunV. B, Webster, .Ral\h\; I I.. J. Augusterfir Philidelplna PARK PLAZA
There will also be a few ceramic 1\111I1111 ButchWaverly "I'Ihil III," Brute I II \ 'I
pieces shown, m a d e by: H :Ida: Fruit i ." Mr.. und Mrs Wavy I Simpson; (hicugo, ; llthluul| I is -.1.: ni'Ai'-n' SAI.ON
bidman, Ruth Hannah' Mimlla I crlv J, Nleid; Jr., Jacksonville. !: lie III; Mr and Mrs A AnllomI
Meyer, Blanche Sollitt and Dora I 'Ilirllil: ," Hilton Fowler. Under i I mm\Hi;;. Milwaukee, "J jll idy Ann .117 \\'. 0<'f\\: HIM I U. ,\T 7218WH
thy Stafford. Trees Info dale the Sea \ ;' Mr Ili"/ Mr. ,
I by : Hidiswuy i ; IIn.1I" SI inkv I Mot l < N: C.I;J ()KIV |II| \HI\\ 1(1\
I and Mrs, Robert S. Mikcsell Pomp fat New Yoik ('til. "S.lnl.IIM"i iI
Built to be overworked OFIIRS .HUP. TO IOR\I "mo Be ich. I angford Villi guests" 'lot' tin I OI'FUVIOUSM) | | I\ MIOMXS I \RIIVUV IIUNTFR
A RETIREE: UIVniR I By Experts "1.,tdy tout III." Mr and Mn I week ending Ieh I ** meliiiK Mi 1''_
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overloaded over the I W T Krowarz who heads the I I G..orgey._VVillt I} Pompano Biach: and Mrs \Donald II/ Wllrner.1 I .-.': #, -:: 5;: : --ii RFnl'IIO'l\lIr\. : ntnv II\RI>\\KK
years.Pile VX -' -
) member
Ocean Breeze Park L. M Johnson, Martin. County" ---
i chapter of the American Assocl agricultural agent, and Seymour I
on the payload This one can carry more weight thai alion of Retired Persons. ( .
droppedby Cioldwchber, assistant Da.lt!. County
you can usually get aboard V ton? Surel Vi ton? Certain II The Stuart News the other day agricultural agent were the [

.. .ryl ?4 ton!!?-Why j!oil? Anyd how works) The 'Jeep' Universal for and a suggested chapter( ( in that Stum there Krowarz i is need of guest Sluiirt 1 Hpiukcrs on ut Monday the Garden Fch I Club lltt' Biggest T.V. Buy Ever !o I

wee built to stay on the job year after yeat-without losing I said that he will he glad to explain 1 hey poki9 i on planting and cure I ,
.Us. usefulness or vali/e, Test It today-see why the 'Jeep' the benefits of the national o-gin of exotic fruit trees.
Universal Is the world leader in Its class Three power take- \iziuion and aid anyone in settingup (loldwehhir showed slides and I
a new chapter His phone I Is displiyed tropical fruit grown mMorida 3 DAYS ONLY. THURS. FRI. SAT. FEB. 13 14 15rIJ117Tn
elf option Available with half or full cabs-or convertible AT 7-1696 ,

top. Also available in 80* W or 10t* wheelbase. 1 hinds Volk and Cheryl Coutunl

CITY IN APPROVALOf junior gardeners, reported on (heir QUINT/7'l'/ )
ALII-Y: (MSIVG
experience at the nature camp
The City of Stuart they attended last summer in the
ULMER MOTORS approved
Ocala Nation. Forest. I
the closing of an alley behind i
Jesse Haas Service i Station lt on U the clubs flower show will he
301 I Smith I Dixie S. I in North Stuart The Increase held Kh 29.March I ut Iht I 19" G.E. TABLE
in the width of U. S. I took 'so Wonun Club building MODEL
Mrs Charles Nichols, Sewallt ,
much of Hats' property as to make 12288
8e Veep'vehicle action In 1VF"D.\. 9 PM. it difficult to conduct business He Point won a napodillu tree as a '
gave the city a (en.foot easement door (prime.Series.
"m CnEATtSr. maw DI EAlTiI" (IIVNML 12 for utilities I
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Veb. 15, Feb. 22

J Dr. Anthony Reiger will con
tinue his travel nurr;ition and mov 5. $5.
ics Silurdiy. Feb I 15. and Satiir

Are you now paying a large monthly service lay lion, Museum F Fch. 22 ,at 8 p.m. ut the fl-:

The travel r.iclurCfor the nesttwo D D
weeks will show the trip of ,
charge on checking account? Dr and Mrs Reiger by small: : car r
your and trailer through/ the near Fast O 0
and the Far lust touching such :
places as Yugoslavia, Greece. !India W :
-+ l, Malaya. Nepal Vietnam, Australia k W
and JipanTOURIST .

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Our charge is probably much less than what you are : NEXT: CIUB MON MrHSH 1)\V: '

The Tourist Club of Stuart will
and invite
now paying wee comparison.We .
,
meet Monday l Feb, 17 at 6 pmm .
the Youth Center, A potluck D m D
Mupl'eriII I he held, with the club rflrk
furnishing' the meat Fntertam- a

men) will follow, those attending E I E
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should bring their own table wryice.
Arc As Close As Your Mail Box II i \(;
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SORORITY MFFTING: :

.";'4,., Fpsilon Zeta Chapter of BtU I I
Sigma Phi met last Thursday eve '
fling, Feb' 6, at the Sunrise Inn
Following, the meeting:] both. chapters : V V
made decorations for the
annual Valentine Ball which was
held Saturday, Feb 8 at the Inn E E

''Note! :'or Friendly Personal Service START ACTION 71JIOSE I
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The City of Stuart has agreed I
to start legal action to clone an S 5 I IAT.7.4242
alley behind the Rinker Corpora
I tion and the Arnold Bauer property .
in Glendale Subdivision in 'south I

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I THE STUART (Tin.) NTWS' MCHS Loses Stuart Training Wins TiltWith'Chobee87to48 w.
Thursday February 13, 1964 i

Seacrest Won Tigers Win 1st In New Gym 45-44; Net Opener



By 56 to 36 Martin County High School ten. I conference Stuart 1 riming baskctMl"School game won this a well 20). with Mary Okccchuhce Johnson was losing lehlil"<1"i t I"""? .
Scalp Indians in Final Seconds his 1.lmgot olf to an mconspicu- corer with 13: "
I .>us sun! at Palm Beach Friday week "u t lost 1 a non-conlcrinci: (
ihi' girls I losing. 5and the boys game In the Gifford game\ the surd
Tuesday NightA being white-washed.\ 7-0 STS ran roughshod over conference I Beach team proved beyond a dmhi,, t
', Russ 'Ielo" took 11O"C"lon111 I Jane Raphel was the lone girls foe Okcechohec. 8"-4s. I they arc a good ball club. In Ihe J
A \ cold spell in the Slu- Free Throw a | singles winner for MCHS. beating but lost to Gilford for the second previous outing Gifford scored "n,
the rebound. An offensive loul for
art area apparently carried over Mary Ann Hibburd!, 6-1!I. Teamed time this season nMI I, I easy 67-4J victory over STS ?,.I t
charging was called on (lie I"" Stuart.
into the Stuart-Scacrcst basketball with Mary Lane Jane also' won STS still remains in first t place tie
: Is Decider when he knocked Schommcr to I her doublet march, defeating Dorth in the Southeast Athletic Confer I Gifford went ahead early In the 19
game at Stuart Tuesday night the floor and then a technical loul ,> \ Warner and Mary Jo Freeman ence with five wins and no loses./i game but in the second quirur be
When the shooting was over. '! t s 1 6.3.Other 1. lost / STS took a brief lead Again in 'the ch.
Martin County wiped' out a 16- when Gielow/ bounced I the hall The I lions have one
Seacrest took a lop, -xidcJ 56-36 point 'halftime' deficit, t lied Vcroi ceiling high.Schommer, results were;: ('irl singles ference game to Cocoa and! two to I third quarter STS was stilt in the shiest
victory over the Tigers ', Beach: :with 40() seconds remaining I Uayle (Caxlburn lost to Dorothy Gifford.In game and came within three [Vims t
,, field !i on an apparent/ I I Warner 6-1, lost of their But
Stuart made only one goal the fourth and M Patsy Pence to at Stuart opponent Giiiorj bene
i in quarter emerged I the Okeechobee game
and four fouls in the( first period I I from last second foul mi and I situation sank his first t tree Susie Walton 6-0: Marv Lane lost early would not be denied and poured I
a .up the lions grabbed an
Hall and Maltix for I throw and missed his second: then to 6.3 DcDe Voss the steam to increase
Mary
high Cooper the
were to record their first win in their I ; lead and scored at will At the quar on e kail. <
sank the throw for the technical I '
Stuart ith 8 points each; follow 4 -44. lost to Mary Jo Freeman 6-2; 48.19,611. Quarter scores with (1111 Sal
Friday night.
new gym SIS led :26-12.! nrd
Uiler according to ( oach Archie ter stops"
ed Kilbourne't 7 'at doubles Goodburn and Pence
by points girls
leading were: 16.13. 30-2i:!( lis/
Scoring only one point loss in I! Martz the oflieials! realized thai lost to Cooper and Walton 6-1 I. 31 and 87-48 4M.
37 and 65.51.Individual .
the final quarter than In the first t I the penalty for the offensive toul The bo s' results Most t of the STS players got into
W1NMRS: : U IS If I) three. the Tigers knotted the should have been possession 101 5i > lost Jamie were: Jerry the game with Okeechobee Individual scoring for STS w,*:
IN BLIND: BOCtY. : at 44.44 Allen Schom- Mcrklmgcr to Pressly! Porter 18. Turner 10, Hamilton C
score on I Stuart rather than a I and I pen- 6-0 Tom lost scoring went as lo,
: Redinger to Jay
Weekend tournament winners in mcrs long shot and then stalled ally A!* u result, the official rul I Precfer 6-0 Jan Icyda lost to with freshman center Davis 8, Patterson 4, and H.\irr :, \l
;
:a i blind bogey at the Martin Count until !Skip Hill got olf the last t ira on the score was 4 .44, only Richard Preefer, 6-0); Joe Tanner ,ter leading the way with 30)fOIlOWS'j: In the girl game Gifford ik.fcatcd .
Golf and Country Club were: shot of regulation time. the throw for the technical! loul lost to Clark Vuulli 6-0: Eddie James! Hamilton 14 (' the STS girls 47-27, \l.lrl'| \1
AI Gravalt Bill (Gladden Frank 11.111ht missed, and Vcro'sOBFshufflers counting instead of 46-44 Gifford lost to Steve Van terson 9. Charles, Mosclev Johnson was high scorer for Sis

Allan. Red Fleming Gene BurpUt! ---I After trailing H.(' at the quarter I Voast I. 6.2; doubles, Redingcr and Turner 7. Jimnn Davis 6. George with 10 points.
tom Tally. Jack Kuhlnian John and 28-12 at the half the tigers : I' Mcrklmgcr lost t to Pressly and Jay II IIPreefer. Harris 4: Herman Blatch J. ,and I STS played Clcwiston Wednesday er
law Marlin Kelley Les Steele cL-creascd the deficit by only 6-1 I; Tanner and Ityda Charles Jones, Ronnie Bryant ;and I II night conference !game Sis "Ie
I .1\ne Momence, and the only three points lo end the third quar lost to Richard Preefcr and Vitulli I I Arthur Molloway. :2! caeh will be at home to Bclle O.Uj.
lady winner, Mn. Jesse Higbcc.THROWOUT I ter on the wrong end of a 'Ih-B''' 6.2.Over I I The girls' team did not>t fare so'' Friday Feb. 14 onDr
Dominate Meet '
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1 OUR EY 1 They finally caught tire 'in the I I'I s\\
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INNIRS I : IISIH Thirty-seven I teams' l from Vcro'' final frume as the Indians resorted. Pro
Beach, Fort Pierce, Ocean Brce'/e I I I'I to stalling, which eventually cost Over 75/ oiio Expected at 17th Sec
'Ihe( Martin County Ladies Golf Park and Stuart took purl in the''them the gime co'
Association held a throw-out tournament Central East: Coast 1 l Doubles Tournament The win gave Martin County I in
Tuesday at the golf course. on the Stuart Shuffleboard a 4.10 Suncoast Conference mark
Nine-hole winners were Janice Courts on Friday and! Saturday, placing them ahead of Vero.I Annual Circle Rodeo Eventstown theWI
Clark. Riddle Stafford and Doro Feb 7 and 8. I the B squad! game Ve r 0 I 4'w
thy McGire. Ocean Breeze Park made almosta triumphed 54-46. ,aa; leol.
clean sweep of the proceedingswith
S('()I CM I IOLRSOME) Jean and Larry Fisher finishing VIRO rtF.un ((44)) G; r P I M.OOO()() tourists and residents i. T invitations have been sent to bridge open to auto tnttio, ofTh
!SUNDAY: MR. 16 in first t place; C, Rcilmgcr and Prime 4 7 15 are expected to witness the only the "notions" foremost. riders. and closed! to pleasure craft duringthe
Otto Chiasz l second; Dorothy( and McCall 0 (1) 0 seventeenth annual Circle T Rodeo The majority will come from the rodeo hours. It is expected that the
A Scotch Foursome Tournament Nae Calder third and dun Miller Br.in.m; 0 3 3 j< } Western cattle producing' states this will greatly reduce the inl- VI,
will be held Sunday. Feb. 16 and Claude Wright second consolation Ward 2 2 to '-'- to be held! in Indiantoun, Feb and Florida range country. fie congestion of past years soil
at the Martin County Golf and The only other winners R. Cnclow 3 2 II 22 and! 23. One of the outstand This year, the seating capacityof Mentioned in the Jan 1 uli-
Country Club, There.will be a buffet were Manchester and I Hall, Vero lutrett' 2 2 6Shulock FVI'RtONfc; GETS INK) lllh ACT-MCHS "Tigers" won their I ins sports attractions in Florida, the concrete and steel rodeo tion of Life magazine as a prime
open to all golf,,. Those who Beach, who won the first 1 consoli- 1 4 6luliiK first game in the new gym Friday night beating Dun McCarty and one of the best known rodeosin bowl has been increased by over Florida attraction the Circle T ,
plan to participate should sign-up tion avl.ird. Tournament super 12 20 44SIUARI' Eagles' from Fort Pierce 444. In this action shot MCHS play the country the Circle T Rodeo 1,000) seats to accommodate the Rodeo presents both visitors and iba-
for starting times. vi'oOl'were Dave !Sturnx.k is also' distinguished as the 'standing room only" crowds! experienced reidenlwith a little known suit ,
Harry
I ((45)) G; V I' ers recognizable arc I 12: Ronmr Mattix 55, Billy Martin :22, Skip
Bonne and Bob Robinson 5 nation's only invitational rodeo m 1963. Permission has to Florida's life and economy ( .d. lOr
Hall( and David Duncan. '
North Carolina has had ten Duncan (0 (0) 0) also been obtained from the fiN'mdu', rig
The committee responsible forhospitality According to G C. Troup rodeo Corpsof tic raiinlJlas Florida's till,
capital i t I cities-Edcnlon. New ) during the two-diy Hall Martin' J 5 3 2 12 9 producer and owner of the Circle Engineers to keep the Indian. try, founded by the first Spanish. rlas' III I
Burn Bath Wilmington. Hillsboro. tournament consisted of Mrs conquerors who used Indian pns )Inv
About Baseball Teams
Smithfield Davis 4 I 9Mattix
Halifax. Fayetteville Harry Higgins, Mrs. Henrv Moore. as herders thus making them
oners I
Tarboro and Raleigh I Mrs. Charles Merrill, Mrs. Karl 4 I 2 I J 11Sehommer (3) 'Solid Gold Cadillac''Is Seen' the country's first cowboys Since Ir I
Van I Luven Mrs. rank Smith and that time Florida has always been 1 II
Bowman (0 0) (0 I 1I
?.,. "WORLD'S Mrs. P. E. Widstcen. and a cattle state and the visitor 'toIndiantown's I
Kilbourne II 2 2 Ralph
August As Riptide 'Best Yet'Last
In the clubs Thursday l league Players Circle T Rodeo em/
LARGEST Slathers t 0) (0 I I I .
play Clyde Pcnnington Anne ,lot fail to be impressed by the I 1rIll
loliilM 17 11 45
F ireruuq wrq,( !Sheldon, Bert 'and Mildred Hillary t Wednesday night saw the date and a large measure of credit ranch land surrounding the con, Ma.ais,
COEI( all won three games Four-game \cn Beach ., H 2(1( R 8-44 Agree to I opening of the second play of this I goes to Madelainc Shaw as producer mumty or the cattle men that t t take ,.
rnilr'wweiro') Il.b.re are 1.6..,. winners in the Saturday Round Stuart 6 611 22--15 Disagree seasons offerings! by the Martini purl in the event. 1111'I
!
Ussaaaua NwMr AT 74.214 Robin were Charles Fischer and I Count / Ri tide Player" "The Sol. r.'J.i.ij .ir
Chester Sheets. !P ; I'
iijd;; : -rdpi.iiY-r;
AIIU\KS: WON BY I By 7.01.\, MVARIIIOUr Johnson outboard motors and golf- id Cadillac; -
I SCORE OF 60.61 II I carts Evinrude expressed the ed comedy was exceptionally well WHITICARBOAT
I
Iwo of the nations top financial presented and cast Young Mary ,
BAILEY BOAT same high regurd for Busch's beer
CompanyBOAT Jupiter High Warriors did a leaders, Ralph Evinrude and Ann Suulorf played the sixty-five-
yacht and other Busch interests ""
TRAILERS sparkling job of defending against I August Busch, talked! about out. year-old female lead! with remarkable WORKSWest "
We Sell The Seacrest high scoring Dave Miller ; hoard motors, !!scooters goltcarts But each of the financial wizards aplomb Ed Godlewski. ,
World's hut couleln t with i the really got10\\ n to basic"sandlot" Lake Off Indian Avenue Port SewatlMVRLNE
Sweetest Trailer did
No Wet cope yachts beer restaurants, and base- as the bumptious male star I .
work of the Scahawks! disagreement! on the RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS
deadly on bull excellent of his
and were in full agreementon an interpretation
Wheelsr I Built-in ]Ramp Ithe free throw line bowing to everything discussed but one merits of their respective baseball role John Fulton Kyle Taylor) CHRYSLER I
HE RLPAIR: ALL >..\KM 010' ,,IMKMRDi' \& OUIIIOVRD1 I Seacrest 60-61, In a a ovcrUmIhnller -hascbalU.) .. teams. Kay Lister and John Foster were 'ASITRICA'SNOrMAR1Y1'IENGFNT: !:
parted! friends,
MOIORS They met Feb. 9 when Busch They but each outstandingly funny 0the four
SIORAGE DOCKAGE: BO\r REPAIR / The preliminary game was alsoa I II brought a party of twelve aboardhis Hill knew his team was the best 'big bad directors' of a large Rural Route No. 1, Stuart Florida Dial ATUmtlc 724M

NEW & OLD BOAT SALES MVV: A OLD !\IHOR I S\US thriller, Don Davie hitting for "Miss; Budwciser"! to the I.ang- corporation t BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STOHACE
a pair of free throws after the final ford Marina and to dine at Frances Helen Lister as the swivel.hipped Agent for AI Pflutgcr, Inc., Taxidermist
Fiberglassing A Specialty I buzzer giving the Warrior B Langford's Outrigger Restaurant One Is Killed model was excellent us was Ai-
JENSEN BEACH FLORIDA I squad a 72.70 win, Don Harrison I teen Kicle as the prim spinster,
hit I for 42 points for the winners, Evinrude, who of turned! with romantic
is president Four Are HurtIn sophisticate OU a ON? BELIEVE ALL
the Outboard Marine Corporation interest Fine acting was turned in
which makes the Evmnulo and by Kenneth Muggins as the office 4ATS WAITING FOR YOU at tll.pt .
3DAYS Johnson moron Cushman scooters Kayo Crash boy and Billie Malocsay Jerry
and !golfcarts, and who with Algozzini and Ralph Bates as the pt FabulousSM
his wife Frances Langford owns tcandal-seeking reporters, Johnnie
the I angford Manna, Villas and James Rotindtrec, twenty-three. Shaw: dime through with a smooth I n ,' l1 ; & All// New
the Outrigger Restaurant, is an of Millcn G.i.. and Hobe Sound and lively narration. .. .
avid fan of the Milwaukee Braves was killed! and four other persons The production was acclaimedas PALM BUCK KOOCL gill
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Busch, who i is! president of the injured early Saturday in a two- best by the amateur players to f NITELYexcept
m the world Ann- ---
biggest -----
brewery --- ----
Service T"x
o.N ( Sunday)
hcuscr.Busch Inc of St Louis, is I MSI I ED MAIIVNS: '
also owner of the St Louis Cardinals city limits of Stuart. i THRU APR. 2:
Injured in the Roundtree auto Visiting Mr and Mrs Paul E.
I Following dinner at the Outrigger were James Price Thomas John Marian over the weekend were Mr \T1NIE
L r f / 6p Evmruele and Busch! toured Haslom and Bessie Mae Milligan, and! Mrs. Charles (Sonny) Hen. Esery Saturday 2 PAL
I each other's yachts Then a full. all of Hobe Sound. All are report. dnckson and daughters Sharon r *
Y fledged discussion followed,, ed Improving. and Karen of Miami A family Admkofon 25c
THE TIRK; INDUSTRY'S FINEST! Busch liked the 1-ungford Marina Driving alone in the other auto birthday dinner honored Sonny Free Piuklnj
and harbor the Outrigger the was Franklin Augustus Wood, who is the son of Mrs. Mahan.
'Chanticleer." the Evinrude and twenty-four of Palm City. He received I i.s.t.'lMtf1rarer.aaw.aru.elraxtcs,
GILLETTE minor injuries.. More dirt has been moved to
EXECUTIVE PREMIUM According to Patrolman Billy bury pipelines, most of which carry O+? b error dl lavrfltsrt'rAil1KENNEL I

Explosion Rumor Chase, the Roundtree car was go- oil or its products!, than that required CLUB

100% DuPONT NYLON NliW NARROW TUBELESS ing south and apparently was pre. to build all.!. existing canals.:..= .. ..
paring to make a kit turn into the -
WIIITEWALLS GUARANTEED WRITING 36 Delays TrainA kayo Service Station when the

MONTHS accident occurred. Chase said i CASA RIO'S FEBRUARY
MILESNO
30,000 Florida East Coast t Railroad I Roundtree was>> In the northboundlane SPECIAL

RECAPPABLE '1RADMN: NEEDED: JUST 'I till.; OLD I IIRI.S OI t SOUR CAR train was delayed in downtown Stu. at the time of the accident.
RFGARDLKS.S: OK. ('O\'DlIIOS: I art about 6 p.m. Tuesday.. while Wood was traveling north.
!Sheriff Roy Baker SI'1-'CidllnveMi. No charges have been filed Also

"// You Have A Puncture, We Pay For The Road Service polite gator\ loin checout Wyutt.; and an anonymous Stuart city Stuart investigating Patrolmen the accident Frank Ziembi were

Sale Price telephone call that explosives had and Leroy Washington assisted! by a
su Each700x14..24.94. been placed on the railroad, bridgeover Deputy Sheriffs>> Morgan Sprott and J

. .3 for 74.82 AND GET ONE TIRETIRE FR1JFRE: : No the explosives St. I Lucie were River found. The Jim Mills-!. -

750x14 . .26.57..3 for 79.71 AND GinGin ONE E caller viiil that "the bridge is going nt'PI.IC\ PL.nRS:

800x14..21.82.3; for 83.46 AND ONE: TIRE FRE .I the to be rails blown on the up"dnd bridge hung were up '! 'HU'UIE1"Duplicate bridge PSL i is! played! each

850x14..30.12. .3 for 90% AND Gin ONE TIRE FRET checked and a boat checked underneath Monday at 8 p.m. at the Port
I the bridge before the train St Lucie
Country Club. All
duplicate
900/9.50x14..32.94./ .3 for 98.82 AND rET; ONE TIKE FREE I was allowed_to_ pass __I bridge players ore invited.

600x13. 2192. .3 for 65.76 AND GET ONE 'TIRE FREE -- ------

650x13() . .23.79..3 for 68.37 AND GET! ONE TIRE FREE I II F

670x15 . 25.88. .3 for 77.64 AND GET ONE TIKE FREE I GOLF

710x15..21,38. .3 for 82.14 AND! GET ONE TIRE FREE

760x15 3062. .3 for 91.88 AND GET ONE TIRE FREE at the NEW Martin iJ 1964 COBIA 17'6" FIBERGLASS RUNABOUT

800/820x15/ () .32.83..3 for 98.49 AND GET ONE TIRE FREEr County Golf & Country Club
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in the concession The menu was olumbia. S l. ale spending a
PALM CITY NEWS decided upon Holiday Trailer lew days with Mrs. Hester Randall Palm Rebckah Lodge ol
Mn Al Bunam will make out Stuart met Monday, Fet ), at the
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MRS. ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 281-SS82 I a time schedule for worker Park News NotesB I Odd! Fellow I Hall. Akron Avenue, Lunch Dinner Menu

L -4". ',.' .. .._ r\1.t1"' Twelve members and! four visitors I Charles fistek in conducting a with Noble Grand (ime( B. Hall
were present, MVR.F (',\R\I \:\" Jass for ladies in ,the" arts and skill i presiding. On Friday Feh 14 THE SEVEN C's RESTAURANTU.S.
I there w ill he u mtinf at t the
ol ,huft number of ladies I
Center hnlA
Occupational Director PrRSONVLSMonday .r" Vt, / Okeechohw: lodge Dr George M

Mr and Mrs. F. Pfeffer went have signed up for (he course All i ('<'dl," the grand mister. will\ No.1 1 I _? Mile North of Stuart

Will Speak to Women's GroupAt Mead home callers were at Mr.the and M>Mn.rlen fishing rcccniK out of Riviera I ladies in the park"- are welcome to show Horuln pictures of his travels around 36 Scald on Chairs, !Stmib and) tU'ncluw and a pretty waitress.
Beach They mot with Mr. Plcf- i join. The class" i II "held every Friday -
Pete Del Meil. (herry Valley, Ohio
The Rebekah will hold
en route to Hollywewd. They fer'i sister and husband, Mr and at I p.m. sale a rummage Open from 11:30: a.m. 'til 8:30:
the Bible Union Congrega eight! will present a music program Mn. Hct/ck Fourteen kingfish at the lodge hall Friday p.m.
tional Church on Wednesday, Feb. inquired about all their Ohio i were caught The Pfeffcrs also Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Campbell night. Feb. 21 1 it will also! be open 7 Days Week..
19 at 7V: ) p.m., a program will Radko was brought here by> theM friends here Tuesday overnight! had compunv list. Tuesday. from and Mr and Mm Claud Sweet Saturdav Feb 11 Projects that

he presented by the social action .irtin County Association for Re. guests Norton were Brooksville: Mr. and On Mrs Wednes-Owen Utica. N Y. Mr and Mrs. Meyer I' spent Saturday evening visiting this rummage' 'sale will hcnctil are. '1'-lionc. Large . . . . $2.25
chairman of the Women's Fellow. tarded Children The associationis also" Mr mil Mrs UnJing of with friends in Jensen Beach. the Peace! ilrtlen"and \Voild

ship. This all program, of vital interest i sponsor! for the center that: is I on day Mr.the and Norton Mn and Ely Meads knight called Rio Lake Worth I M. Tihbcls is home from the, Eye Deputy Bank"Marshal Fllu Doflald- Steak, Special Rib Eye . . $1.75
to Martin Countians, will being set for the of
be the "Homeland" theme, training the up retarded, purpose physically I friends, whom the Notions knewin r .", n r !Martin Memorial. Hospital and son introduced R,>'It'l11urM.. Mah.ul -

Ray Radko, director of the Pioneer handicapped and school dropouts. Ohio. OBITUARIES |I" recovering nicely. ." for installation! as chitplain LUNCII SPECIAL
All need some training to enable I New arrivals in the since kho was not present when
Occupational Center Port Mr and Mrs John Moschcll park are
Salerno, will be guest speaker. Wil them to earn a living in industry had guests for several days I last aaaNrMN" "'a Nw.rlw' 'vIxMlra4ratMTIIF.ODORE j i Mr and Mrs. John C Brown of other officers were installed for Choice of Four Soups Four Sandwiches
lis Dexter, "King of the Eighty. or business, week. Mrs Margaret Vescy and Nnngar Fulls. N. Y They motored l4. District Lipids) President Salad and Coffee for 65c
: : R. nlRIS 11.\11: Ruth J. Gray intAullcd Mrs Ma- . . .
Radko, who has had several Mrs Mildred Lnaugh and daughter down with their travel trailer
years experience in this type work, Cherry Valley Ohio Mrs.Vescy Theodore Reece Christian, fiftyseven and expect to be here for at least him assisted bv the deputy chap Coffee by Churchill Processed by Cylev
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CongrcgationalistsWill comes from the Detroit League for and Mrs. Lynaugh were a resident I ol North Indian a week and perhaps two. lain Jennie \Vilhur :
the Handicapped supper guests at the M>rlen Mead River Drive i Jensen Beach, 'i I A pancake supper will be held System, Cup lOc or H-oz. take-out, 15c
Present home Wednesday died Siirul.iN''. Feb. 9. A native! of Mr. and Mrs Hrvkster of ll.i-: I in the social: hall downstairs on
St. Petersburg he had lived in this hymn long I Islmd N. Y., Mr SiUirdiI I'e"I I M I rhe public Iswelcome Try IICIIANGE.OF.P.CE
World Day of PrayerThe Scout Week Observed MelmeU Mincar and Freddie area most of his life ,, and Mrs. Inomas Sprague of Babylon : nerving will be from *> ,

By Air ExplorersSquadron Huggms are two of many who lie is survived by his wife, Evelyn I and Fort; ; Pierce:: and Mr, to 7 pm. MEAL
annual World Day of Prayer have measles I Christian; three daughter, and Mrs I William Fellows of Ba- A district meeting was held in I
service will be held at the Bible Nylon visited with Mr und Mn Toil Pierce rcccntlN and the next
Mrs Cudelis, West Palm ,,
Union Congregational Churchon 444, Air Explorers in The Gay Jeromes had Mrs. Philip Our ;Menu is Available Take-out also
Beach, Mrs. Simuel R Jones, celebration of Scout Week, attends I
Friday Feb. 14 Peter Kochan and Mr. and Mrs. .
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a annotinccd
Jacksonville. and Mrs Robert Roebuck I
the Chicken I for 2
Fried
Congregational bagful
s I
morning Mark -- a -
Baker
for dinnerm
The service was prepared b> Sunday All lodge members vis I
of Palm C six I
worship !>service in a group on honor of Mrs Baker's I 'sly) and grandchildren We.1 r e pleased to announce
Dr. Madeline Barot of Geneva, Sunday Feb 9. birthdayMrs King in this vicinity ate united only $1.50; for 4, only $2,95
Switzerland The theme is "Let Us I that Mr and Mrs Raymond to join with the lodge while
I I awn
in
Funeral services held
Members of the attending Pearl Zigler Duluth.I were
squadron
Pray" Dr B,irot is the executive i Johns I Funeral Home ooke and daughters Linda and fnlItheir home" lodge I Come See (ru/y ('hllrll '', version of the ('hlnese! Wall to
Minn on
were: Edward Kirkhail. ? is visiting Mr. und Mrs. Chapel Jill, nou have an addition to (their
secretary of the department on the 2 with Rev i Miuriilc. the hrlMlmts from I the ll\i I advisor, Kenneth Moore, Charles Gordon McDonald Wednesday at pm finnh) The (Mikes have adopted! | |

co-operation church, family of men and and society womenin ol McNccse.Moody Lynn Bruce Williams Hc'urcux, George, Randy I Little Phyllis Shamblin was taken Newton Community M Twccdv.Church, pastor ot. .Jensen of f the I .a Vjearold Robert. boy whose nameis I Iean''ookcrldminGtrutnr I [ () Teen Agers, Ahoy Swift's Natural

the World Council of Churches.The I \to St Mary's Hospital, West Beach, I
officiatingM
and Jerry DcStcfano, Courtney
Jumbo Hot S for $1.95 for
Dogs
primary of the Palm Beach your
purpose Swigert and Arthur Kelly. I on Monday.The Mr and 1 Mrs (hirlcs I inde I of the rslule ofHiiymond
World Day of Prayer service is to Carolyn Dubberly Circle .\RKVN:' ,\N\\:' Ctl.MtK, mini are entertaining Mr and Airs I beach party. I lint and Delicious.
lead all into un active experience ; A.
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from
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MISSIONARY: ('lllMITIS will meet at the home of Mrs. .
of prayer throughout the world. Marion Anna GaMer, ii\ty- Lung )Maud" N. Y.1 1 lie 011" '
All denominations are welcome. AT IOKI PlIKCk I IB.: 20 I Francis Grose, Eleventh Street on five, of Star Route Jensen Beach Ins have come lo lloridi to help HorgmunilcuMisi'il DOGS) S\l\ll. SI//I IK 15cJllMROIIOI
The coffee hour is at 9:30: a.m., Florida Chain of Missionary i Tuesday Feb IK I at 10 am and Houghton I.ake, hitch, died Mr. and Mrs, I iiulemun cclc-brilc DOGS) ; 25eItFII'
the service at 10 am Mrs Sadie Assemblies will meet at St. An- I Arden Yingling and family of in Martin Memorial Hospital' Sun their wedding unniwrurv. Abler! I iifffrs for sale, In ltlRi; : LARGE; : t\n: .10c
V-mdiford. and Mrs Betty Gilliard drews Episcopal Church. Fort t Melbourne and Neil Yinglmg and Jay Feb 9, alter an extended illness a bout, slay here they plan to sal sttlUmeiil of the estate, Ihc follow 1101) ('\KIS .. .. .. .. 29c
will be in charge of the nursery Pierce, on Thursday I J'eb. 20, at i family Eau Gillie, visited their She was u member of the to Nassau and then retuin Mrs I hit\: 1 G.S; ; ... 29cSIMk
-I.RI&. --It. -un- FIt'I'tsKUK\T- 1020: 8.ln.hen a program will j I mother, Mrs. Marietta Yinglmg, Houghton lake Chapter 514, Ot.li.shy and Mis. Lmdcimm Kite: SV\I\MII: ... 4ScIIMH

-The ;'1!,--c'o-t; ( ;; ; 1I'I;; :| ,;if IMiliIII be held with Rev, Waldo Farabe on Sunday. Order!She of i survived the Eastern by Stir one sister.Mrs sisters. CAR : I AND ONUINI I ) ....... .... 75cCHUMS

IniUiiKilon, will.... receive >?ul, ,.<.tllilH presiding Ronald! W Anna. Bell brothers, Miss Ih/aKlh,, Schul/, iliuph I :' 5 Mrtl.S .. ...... .. ..'.............,...... Die
of Mrs two
up In r./IO/ loil Ie I'M, M"ndm "Africa On the March Alex- Cillle"ricOn ; 1962 door 6 l.
< hv t\M c> IISII .\M ('IIII'S .... ...... 97c
'. Match,' l 1 IBM In the .ffl., ander Reid 1.alilia Gillespie, is in the Air Frank Brief and Adolph Brief, all ter ut Mr and Mrs \\ illiiimSchul
if the, I/.n Cn unly ik. ]mini allpelln I I'I.Ilin'tend 'niThomiiH "I.- since 1429 missionary, should to the interesting Congo Force ut Lackland Air Base. Tex of Jensen Beach /, who has spent the pall) Chevrolet I-IIOM) ': SII.AK I (IIOMSI IIVKCVIN) ...... 97c

tin, OomiU (Coin I H"....,. HtiiuHMnrlilH He will also prove Has He would appreciate .a card ut Funeral services were held i n tOlech here, lift liv plane Sunday SIIKIMr ...... 97c
bmull I' Him speak on
'Oi5.< PKmit, nr Mmliln:In for the n. rnl- the Church Made Itself Relevant this address: A P. Ronald W. Gillespic. Johns Funeral Home C hapel ut Npm for Sioux I ulls, S, I D. THAII.EH : I'JJ'IJIJ'S) .. 97e
In'lnll Holed cqulimiiMit" to he .ohJ.l l to the Problems of Africa in 1964?" A.F. UmsH2! Second I line ,, MMdIIth) Rev Newton M'IJ"IJJUH I I I IIIIR I I5eM: 25e
]_HI4I rhc\rnM p.'K' A forum luncheon will be held Fit 71 1701 9.M.T.S., Lackland M. Tweedy pastor. of C ommiimly ', riKMiis i'OK su\s;: 10() Puthfindcl-
.liilianl. Him ** Air Force Base Tex Church of Jensen Beach, vi fici.
the Methodist i
1-lur.u luiilup. HO passenger at Community Tcmponry permits for two GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Ittillil.I'R'JS Mouse Trailer
I''hool Him *11 Church Fort Pierce. Mrs Myrle-n
I-1'iBS Rio.: HO paves iiKirMlhool (, signs, on U. S, I directing! visitors
IRI. I OR IIOl() t.S :
Mead has tickets for the luncheon, .
Uu ISISmilder Dchra Carol born : JOSIPII IJ.HRf'ranci t to the new I ighthotise I'oint Suhdivisnn I lit'ins Kill he M>lil. lo (lie Open f from 7 a.m. to) J 10() p.m.
was Feb north the
the side ol
miiy milunli n >i fill 0"" or alt .lisle,'.. Iliucii inn hiKIMII m\io\siR\IION: 1 ('iIBMrf H at Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital Joseph Mayer, si\l>one St I lueie River were grunted 'n' hllllivst bidder I-.\Ri;(': IIIUAI: 29c
'. tlmaup HI the. Miirlin 7th and' <'iiuiilHi Innirln" ;"h"ol'h' Av." I Al CIVIC CINTFR: to Mr und Mrs C Fdward of Ocean Brec/c Park and Wolverine the' City ol Stuart lo R. V. Johnson I2 JMI.ON Mil K 61e
.. Bodonc Mich., died at his home on' : t Tookcr
niiiHlunrl Klnrl.lu Mrs Bo/one is the former Contact Mr.
: : : "U" I'RI'EIUM'II :
The liimrd IPKPIIMI I the right In The Palm City Home Demon. Betty SeUcr The Bo/ones live in Monday. Feh 10 A native of Belle- H.C.S.; (.HISS IlllI: I
reject M nnor\ nil'OI'STV lililKllTIN 1ll>MtlOK > stration Club held I its regular | Fort Pierce but formerly residedin ton!,line, Ohio, he had mude his tit 287-1226 MAI\ : 2ge up
I'I'Ht.K1 Il'WrHI'"r"s, > monthly meeting al the civic center Palm City.811'I'ISI' winter home at Ocean Bree/e J Park Mr and Mrs John AnlnthIMm CANDY It'-5c-lOc
/./ Ill-Mit 11..11'\1'fl I. kIMiXbll, on Tuesday Feb 4.Conmitlees for the past. twelve years lake I'.irk. have hud an "r \\ rile- lit \in('UK: rni.s ncupIIOMV

i /./ 'rllo 1.\1' L. c'ltOOK, I were appointed t for He i is survived by his wife!, Lura their guest (tunic H,irk Icy, Grand ( BUNS. H: ('. .. ...... lllciip
.1'\1.1, arclrhlr, I the food concession at the Martin IIOSI JUNIORS T Mayer of Ocean Brcee J Park Rapids, Mich Mrs Pan licritsmadrand 1 P.O. Box 1016(
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l'IIb .'.h. 1:1: N.:7/ I'I5.e. County Fair Both Palm City andCARTER'S 1MIRMHMVI1S i and Wolverine and several brothers Rapid, Mich, md Mrs 8 Apiirlmuits. One lli> I --... .Y The junior department of the and hi..terin Ohio. Julie l-ohe BiookKn N Y in I Stuart, Fla. !Screen I'ltnlies
Baptist Chapel entertained! the Funeral services, and burial will visiting the AiitoJis I lui twp ,vetk1-
intermediates with a wiener roast. be in Bcllcfontainc Ohio
I on Friday Feb 7.
They met ut the home of Mr I ci.,\ss MM'::IIMS;
"of "Chicago and Mrs Don Kahle and had a ,
Thursday, the Willing Worker v
grand lime I
roatlnlllienen
on class will meet ut the 1 l.iluin! hums
the river bankLtlMV .
nq
on All American Boulevard! a t710pm a ,
Hair Styling SalonAT : ) Mrs Rcenie Tatum will s"
CLASS MKMINGThe : rar
be hostess. +
Lydia class of the Baptist Also on Feb 'M at 7:10 p.m.,
7-0800 I Chapel met at the church o nlhuntlay at the Tatum home, men of the
Feb 6. Eleven members Brotherhood will meet.
38 E OSCEOLA STUART I were present Mr. Belle My- The GAs meet at 3:30: ) p.m.,
I ers and Mrs. Fannie O'Steen were Thursday at the home of Mn
hostesses Frances Grose.
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< nrr snRT nivij>. Felusaury Lt, In64 Priscilla Circle; I Republican Women's ClubAmericanism'to f I FIRST CHURCH SCIENTIST OP CHRIST

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Met at ChurchThe ########## ### #### ## I East Ocean Bird. Stuart

United Church Women Set Up regular meeting of the Pm- Be Theme I Sunday U''oOn.CrnlonIIhject morning service: Feb al I 11 l lSoul
I cilia Circle! of First Methodist t I \ ."

Little Dixie Children UnitThe Church wa. hell Tuesday afternoon Sunday school, 11 a.m. Nursery
Feb. 4, at the homo of Mrs Of Talk by Moudry Feb. 18 provided

II. II Thayer with thirteen: members Q Wednesday Testimonial meeting..

Little Dixie Child (' art- charged and 5(1() cent for each prehcnt. Raymond J. Moudrv. Palm Beach 8 pm

Center! will Momlny Fch I additional child) in the same faniilv Mrs Tnkham: of Fisher . Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave.
open :\ Roy County representative! In the Hor (' "'''}o''J'! y_ h:-- i ..en .0 'It''''e''a'eeI! through Friday, inam
17 for children eyed two to five. Minn.. wan a guest Mrs Tmk- nuc1: Monday
Mrs. Ciermide Walden will be ham is a sister of Mrs H MHanscn ida Legislature will spc ,tk on ., 2 pm.; Saturdays 10 am ,
The center is a project of the United -I I in charge, assisted,. by Mrs. Elvita Americanism at the dinner to Evangelist Stiles to Be 1230: I'.nl.Chritian, .

Church Women! of Marlin'I i M.lckey MI'J.. J. Richards gave an he held at ft':10 p.m. on Tuesday Science radio program

County. The canter needs kitchen ut
Until a proper building! i is erect' sits dishes, table li service, toys, founder of Methodism and by the Republican Women Tropical heard over WSTU. Stuart
ed, the center will !he at the hook; and furniture. Persons withitcntl one of Eighteenth Century Eng.land' Cluh of Martin County 1450 kc, at 715: pm Monday

Masonic Hall Monday through to donate cull Mrs' Walden most remarkable physiciansAlso 'Revival Services Week'Jeff Topic for Feb 17: How Do
Moudry has announced hit
ca:idid.icy "
hin.j !
Friday from 7 a.l1l. to 1. p.m) .. Onedollar 1 ,((7.l$95 or I. F. Boone, attending were: MI'C.. for (ircuil! : Court of the You Restore Health

a day per child I 1 will he 287-2275. E Evans. Mrs. Anna Huhhard, Fifteenth Judicial District This
.._ Stiles will be the evangelist of relatives will be recognized. Saturday ST. M iRY'S IPISC: 'OP.VI.
Mrs C. O Ramcv, Mf'II. Ethel judgeship hut !been newly created
Wiegand/ Mrs T. B. Newlns, Mrs I and tin been! filled hy the govern. for a week of evangelistic servo will be! youth night with a Ash Wednesday: 7 a.nHo"

FEBRUARY 1964 Julia Neilseil, Mrs Estella Rumble or's appointee since April, 1963 Iceat Tropical Farms Baptist I fellowship time al 6, preceding the Eucharist, 9am. Holy Etichuiis -

Mrs. Cclcstia England[ Mrs There has never "been an elected Church Feb. 1622. service :t 7:30 p.m., pcnitcnlal office.

The new i issue of Hirsch A Co.'. "Rfvtew of H,iZcl Hillock and Mr. Jeorge judge/ at this new post, and for Mr. Stiles is an ordained minister I Music leader for the services will litany and sermon Imposition ol
Willis. Iho first time the voters of both who currently serves\ minister he Lewis Stand I pastor of t the Ashes at all services: 8:1(1: () pm ,
Btiunrw/ and inanciul Conditions" an.ilj/c.s Palm Reach and Broward Counties 1r of music and education at I(1 church and special music will he adult confirmation class

securities of three companies we fed hold Annorr IN HOSPITAL (Fifteenth Judicial Circuit) the Parkview Baptist! Church ofForl'Plerce I I presented each evening. Thursday Feb. 13: 9 a.m.loll\

E promise and merit consideration.It n. J, ( Abbott of The will have the opportunity of elect Previously he worked I I (1T'V"B\lI'/IST Eucharist; 9:30: a.m" healing! service -
Bunny) ing the judge of their own choiceat with the Moody Adams Evangelistic \ rmi / 10 a.m. Episcopal Churchwomen
explains why we feel all three have significant Stuart News slalf was operated on the poll Association of Baton Rouge with
Sermon subjects for Sunday, meeting beginning
for removal of his appendix at ..oakRAYMOND La.. and of churchesIn
prospects for profit improvement why \they Martin, Memorial Hospital Tues As major in the Air force in West Melbourne was pastor and Palatka. I I Fcb 16 are: I Ham I ., "The Price Corporate Communion followed

could be good stocks for '64. day.1la'or. World War II. Moudry received: J. MOUDRY Is Right' and 745: p.m. "We hy Christian Education Program! :
the meritorious award citation He Services i will: be held daily at 10 Would See Jesus" in cloister Luncheon: will he served -

Mail the coupon below for your copy of the "Review Proclaims has practiced law for twenty-five fore Saturday Burggraf: by A calling r 7.1469.Mrs Margaret I a.m. and each evening at 7:30. I II I, The Women' Missionary Union at 12:30: p.m.

............-..-..-....--.--.........-..................-................... yean and has held the following -- Five special emphasis nights are I met at 7;30 p.m. Tuesday at the Friday. Feb. 14: 10 R.I11" World

Hn* tent me your Februnry"Revlew" iail/ei this securities Friday, Feb 14, position, general counsel of the I ([planned nine for to twelve the week will be Juniorsages hon chapel MM Bctlc Kimlberg was Day of Prayer al Palm City Con-
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MARTIN MFMORItL! '
Chicago Mutual Liability Company In charge of the "The Church .1 Curls
ut flea inttretlini program ; p.m.
compamcaName
Day of I'raycrPRK'IASIATION director of Wollcnsak Opti HOSPITAL ored Monday night with special Chaplain and His Work Friendly Society.

1 SN cal Company and Chicago CreditMen't liirths-Mr. and Mrs Lloyd the recognition most people to the to junior,iittcnd, getting 1 ue..- The Brotherhood will meet at Saturday, Feb I 15: 10 a.m., junior .

I Association: and attorney Jenkins, a daughter Mr and Mrs day will he ladies' night: Wedncs- 7 p.m. Thursday at the pastor choir, II am? children cnl1-
Whereas, United Church Wom.l'n' and assistant to the president of Floyd Wilson, a son, Fch 5.: Mr he home on All American Boulevard firmution class
Address dav will men's
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City- hale_ of the National the Revere Camera He night(!
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Department Company and Mrs. ( h irlcs Blake daughter. All of the
.................... .................. a Friday will be firmly night. men chapel are Invited i Sunday Feb 16: 7:10: a,m..
--- .................................... Council of Churches of Christ, has is a member of the Florida Bar Association Feh 6; and !Mr. and Mrs. I Refreshments he served Leslie Eucharist, 915 I Family
Largest family present and the Holy : a.m.
designated Friday Feb 14, 1964 Palm I Beach: County Howard Newell a daughter, Mr Kmdherg is president and .
Eiw'hanst and SlInd.IYchool
HIRSCH & the I ;
CO. family bringing/ largest group
as "World Day of Prayer" and as Bar Illinois Oar Association: Chicago .
f and "Mrs Henry Jones a daughter, Christian Witness leader Tom
110....... N.. r.rt aroma, f.. ...g' .1Id .lhw ,.cIt..... ;_ Divine help is a world need I I. Ray Bar Association American hen K.Feh. I, Shamhlin will he In charge of the I II I a.m.. Holy Eucharist and sermon

Cooke, mayor of Ihe City of Stuart Judicature Society, Military Orderof 4-Admitted, Vcrna Morris FIRST BAP11' I program. Fcb 19 .,
108 Snulh Second Street, Fort Pierce Wednesday : 3pm
World Wars Delta
do Friday Sigma
hereby proclaim Kappa i
Lewis Price, Joe Topper Mildred l- Sliiurt The men of the chapel have begun children confirmation class: 7' V 0)
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RESIDENTS; OP Sl UAR r CALL lOIIA1IANIIC Feb 14 aa day of prayer and I law fraternity, Oriental Con. Pearl
Fernandez, Minnie having "work days On Sat adult confirmation class
p m ;
call the of the Stuart and Shrine. 6 30
people mlory Wednesday at :
7-4100 upon White Constance: MacMillen, Bessie : evening urday, Fch I I. they built pew' for 7:30 p.m., senior choir
to observe t hi i This dinner take the there will he Union
area day, meeting a Training
J.Ir.k'lOn. I Linda Teems and the choir loft and plan to build
and if to attend the of the regular meet executive committee in
possible place monthly meeting
'
MM Rodney Hall, discharged, for the whole auditorium ( ONGRFC..\riON\I,
World of service to beheld of the Women'sClub. the church basement At 7:30 there pews
ing Republican
Day Prayer :
MUN OIHCrt 25 Broad Street, New York 4, N.Y. Jack Curry Gloria Bclvm. Rosa- I
The Willing Workers Class of .
at the Palm City Congregational An 'Elephant Trunk" will will he a special business meeting The Bible Union Church. Fast
lee I Ingram, Archie kncppcr William
Church at 10 am under he placed near the entrance Member of tho entire church membershipFor the adult department will meet Ninth Street, Palm City will he
the sponsorship of our Martin und friends are asked to bring I Johns, !Mrs Harvey Moore the purpose of calling a pas'bur with their teacher: Mrs. Henry I i the place of meeting of the annual

Listen to daily market news and averages (ounty Council of United ChurchWomen articles to he sold at the white and baby girl, and Mrs James The chancel and youth. choirs: Tatum at her home on All AmeriCan ,I county-wide Day of Prayer serv-

30-rSlation: ( II IRA-1440 on your dial elephant booth ut the Martin Rucker and baby boy will rehearse at 8: 15 | i Boulevard at 7 p.m. ThursI ice, on Friday Feb 14 at 10 a,m,

..11I...... Minim MumlBtKft,) Mm.. IMC*, Colt PII''M odd WIloud. RAY M COOKE, County Fair.Reservations. Feh.Admitle.J: Rose Downey Friday morning at 10 there will I day Coffee and fellowship will he at 1
.. full Gmivi.. Afniliidin. lanai al''. Mayor i may he made he Reginald Kltchmg/, Margaret he an Indian River AssociationWomen's I Kenneth Van Tuinen, teacherof I 9:30: o'clock.
--- ---- I (Bassi, Mrs Domingo Acosta, Mri Missionary Society meeting the intermediate boys, will take Sunday Feb 16 church school

I Lloyd Jenkins and baby girl, and ut the First Baptist Church. his boys to the Dunklm Memorial I, at 9:45 a.m. Morning worship ut

Mrs Floyd Wilson and baby boy; Vero Beach I about twenty miles I II I o'clock Guest minister will" he

discharged Marguerite Du\ton'l At both the 8:30 and I 11 I o'clock Palm City on Martin Grade for a Rev Walter C. Ciiershach of C hcr-

WE ARE OVER-STOCKED I Dorothy Oliver Lillian service Sunday, Chaplain John I "camp-out' on Friday, Fch 14 I ry Hill N J. His sermon theme
Jacquclm Hicks, Norma Meranda, N. Hudson will sneak on "The will he "You Can Be Perfect: A
i Henrietta Cummings, Willie Greer, Simplicity of Faith." The ordinance REDFEMI-R: LUTHFRAN member! of the Palm Beach Camp

Joe (,1':11111'I1and! Verna Morris. of the Lord will he of Gideons will be describe
Supper Worship services are held present to
Feb (A Admitted: Linda ( ot- observed at the morning services Sunday morning atO\ :30 at every Redeemer the work of that organization

FINE FURNITURE Iron, Sarah Spaven, Mildred Ar- At 7:45 p.m. he will speak on Lutheran Church, Eait I .

beau David Woozlcy, David Carter "life on Divine Conditions"Ihe I Ocean Boulevard, with Bible class Sunday evening at 6' o'clock at
Carol Jane Smith, the
Severe Youth
Girls' Auxiliary and Sunbeams and Sunday school preceding at Fellowship meeting a
Delberta Schocmng, Mn fclrctt will meet Monday afternoon 9:15: am film strip of the "Ufe I of ('hnsl"
I Josie. and Mrs Charles Blake und at 3:30 at the church. The Ruth will he shown The public is mvit-

Lines REDUCED for This SALE I baby girl; discharged, Laurie Foster Sunday school class will meet on On Channel" 5 WPTV "This isth I ed. Refreshments wll he served hv
-Quality <" Life. the Lutheran Church
Carol Roberts Bertrene Schif- Monday evening at 8 at the homeof the Women's Fellowship
I television
be
fender Chester lewis Alfred I : Mrs. Robert O'Mara. I program can seen Wednesday mornings during i

Die i ken s Sully Miller, (Dora The cherub: and carol choirs will I each Sunday morning at 9:30.: I Lent the pastor. Rev I.aw no J.
SchwarUhaum, and Bertha Schna- meet at I the church Sunday episode i. entitled "What Sharp will conduct a brief period
: 1.after. Greater Cause""New
rchcaway 1.
hclFeh! noon lit 3:3O: for of Bible study and prayer ,it 10
Oliver I life for a New Age" is
] lj l 7-Admitted. Dorothy am Open to evcrvbodv
1 the topic of Dr Oswald Hoffman'suvltlrcik
Robert Culvcrson, Mirilcefravis I
HRSTMHIIOimrStuart! \cJ.uthcPlIl1 Wednesday evening. Feb 19 at
and M rBenr)' Jones. -"" on Hout-ov n:30 oclock. the social action com
discharged Alice McCandliss- ef WSTU next Sunday evening at I mittee of the Women's Fellowship
tcllc .Kempf. Katherine Walker \Vedncsdiy.Fch. 12: The chancel : 7:30.: (lof the church: will
present Ray
choir will rehearse at 7:30p ( Wednesday evening at 7:30 the
lloke. Mildred Fernandez,
Harry Kadthe. director of
(hi Pioneer
.m.: the! commission on membership first. in a series of Lenten sermonson
f1' Joseph Holley Sarah |IOccurationl1 Center
: for
lfF1 is to 'meet at the home of .the theme "Who Am l?" will Retarded
Minnie Pearl White. Children
Teems and baby boy WiIIilll1lon'l Mrs Earl Evans at 7:10: p.m. From he given hy Pastor Schroeder I I Special muicill and Handicapped he: furnished People hv
there everyone will go to the homeof LWML service after the
prayer .
Jenkins and Willis
Billy baby girl. Dexter Refreshments will
Mrs M. P Nelson for
t I I'eh. K-Admitted. Bessie Mil- 11 meeting regular service he served and :an offering taken.
t r ': at 7:30: p.mFhursdiy The church is open every day
ligan fury Clictt Nancy Roman, for the work of the
.?; : 'I r\WJ 1 1d 1i Nina King Franklin Wood, Donald Felt 13: There will for prayer and meditation and the center occupation
be an olficial hoard meeting. at rose display garden is in full bloom
5? >'} Shirey and Adolph DcLoach.I 7: Church choir rehears at 7 on
f f discharged. : Jane Ann Smith i t Friday Friday evening
j I Franklin. Wood Frmccs Scofield, Feb 14: World Day of'' \IFR\O SOU1IIFRNMMiiomsr I
'
service will !he held the'
Prayer
George Thomas, Margaret Bassi i, at I ST. JOSI'I'IIfIlOiIC
Church in Palm
John M Phyllis Andrews, Ma-: Congregational! District Fpworth League will beheld
ers
PROVINCIAL > I City at 9 30() the choir Sunday Masses 7. 9.
FRENCH belle Vandcrhol. Mrs. Rodney Fl I.In : a.m. junior at the Southern Methodist I ; : and I Him I .
5-PIECE and baby hoy and M...,. Floyd Wilson will rehearse at 330: () pm. Church in Tampa this Saturday Weekday Masses; Monday
Sunday Fch 16: The morning through Friday. 8;30 am: Weilncsdiy. ( -
CHAIRWhite and baby boy night at 7:30.: Anyono interestedin ,
SOFA & worship will begin at 8:41. There '6" p.m" and Saturday 7'30
Fib Admitted. I Leslie Trow- attending please contact Rev
.
will he a second worship service at a m
Homer Oliver Grant Chimberlicn Knight.
DINING TABLE bridge II a.m. Church school begin at Miraculous Medal: Novena will
with Gold Brocade Eli/nbeth Hillock and Gideon speaker }I. R. Miller he held
10 MYF will "
a.m. meet at 630: Wednesdays:! after the ftp
'I IRIMMFI: : IN FRU11M'OODIncludes Wesley P. Flcilmin: discharged:! will !be the guest speaker at the .m. Mass.Stations .
Marilee Travis, Dorothy Oliver p.m.Tue 9:30 worship ,service this Sunday
day, Fcb I 18: There will be I of the Cross will be
AND CHINA Silly Keener Constance Mac Mil- morning i .
a luncheon meeting of the WSCS held Fridays at 2 30 and 7.10
: : <)
p m.
Fruitwood Tables len. Nancy, Roman, Mrs Charles i Sunday school is under the direction
Two Step-End 12:30 with Circle SI. i
at Joanna Guild
: : as will hold a
DI.lkelnd buby girl Mrs Henry of Winston Woodson and Ie\Cfl :\
BEAUTIFUL. IIA1IVN CllrRRY l-RUIfMOOO FINISH hostess bake S d after all Masses
AND COFFEE TABLE Jones and bahy girl and Mrs I I 10:45. School
hcf of
Howard Newell and baby girl Evening: worship will he held religion(! for grade

Reg. Price $$299.90 Reg. Price $$524.80 Feb 10--Admitted, Anne Whitehead FIRST PRFSBYTFRUN at 7.30: at which time the pastor school from children is held every Sit-
Pine Lake Drive urday 9:30( to 11:30: a.m..
: Polly Peel Gordon McDonald I will bring a message from the and for
kathy Ccjmcr. Patricia Cej- 9 a.m., Sunday morning worship Word of God.Teachers' high school students on
iOff- 99.95 !JOff- 141.60 mer, Beatrice Bloom Ruby Cooper, service: 10 a.m. Sunday church I i training i course will Monday! from 7 to 8 p.m.

Pauline Camphe'll. Slay Cook, school, William E. continue this week and it is important miovAiTsnmsrs

Ruth I-iind, Addle Tucker. Betty intendent Classes O"ensurer'j that each teacher he present. :
kingdoms I Hall
Jean< Mohley and Mrs Roy Rogers 1 11 I a.m., Sunday: The pastor will start the lecture Britt Rood

NOW ONLY' 199.95 NOW ONLY 383.20 and baby boy service. Fellowship:I i ICo promptly at 7:30: this Wednesday Thursday 7:30 p.m.. Theocratic

hour m patio to follow 1 II am, I night !Ministry School: 8:30 p.m., service
SUNDAY SCHOOL DFPr.OK service i< The board of stewards! will have meeting Theme: Help Others Out

B \P I1H ASSOCIATION 6pm., Sunday evening senior i its monthly meeting this Wednesday of Darkness Into Light'(!

MrHS: AT MHO high choir practice Mrs Sarah : night after the prayer) service. Sunday '6" p.m.. public discourse

Oughtcrson, director; 7 r.m., senior by R Jones Theme; What Is
Futorian iI Two The the Sunday Indian River School Biptist Departmentof Association high Youth Fellowship, 7 p.m., I ALL S \ "f'PI COP.\L Happening to Morals"; 715pm.:
there will be the Jensen Reach Bible study with aid
7-Piece Modern a study group at : of Watchtower -
will Feb.
meet on Monday. I
1 .
CONTEMPORVRY MODFRN church Theme: "Love
the Forest Park Ash Feb 12 6 and Boldness
17, at Baptist Wednesday, : Lead "
7:30 : to LifeMonday .
Wednesday ,
Sets Church In Vero Beach. H. B. : p.m. evening Holy Communion. Inten
Dinette p.m.
Sofa and ChairBeautiful i Sale) superintendent of the or- choir Pints, practice director Mrs. Harold F, tionFor: Penitence"Thursday The 01 e :, "Jchona 7:30 p.m., Bible study

has announced that Feb. I 13: 10 a.m., l-ih. Supporter
: at-Rrslstanl Tops gamration Feb. 14 9:30 World and Sanctifier of "
at ,
Mn l Chest : a m Jehovah Name
> Triple Dresser Chest on- the meeting will start at 7:30: pm. Holy Communion. Intention: "For Assemble
of at
Was 369.90 Was 139.00 and will feature the work of the Church.Day Palm Prayer Congregational the World Day of Prayer. participation kingdom field[ Hill for
weekly officers and teachers meeting City. Friday. Feb 14. St. Valentine-: in ministry: Sat-
Beds and Mirror 1/3 Off 46.65 The Rev. Jack I I.. Bilbo, pastorof Session will meet Monday evening 6; a.I11., Holy Communion Intention day and Sunday 915: I am
Now 280.00 2 Twin Feb. 17, at 7:30 pm at the "
the host church will he the featured : "Love of Neighbor as Self. Federal
Now 92.35 speaker for the evening, church breakfast follows. list government agencies
._- .. First In Lent 7:30 .. year adopted more than 100IXH ( ,-
Sunday : : a m
White Italian Solid Cherry Suite 1.i-m5I: -II11FI.TIsI.'MF\'r: : OSCFOLA STREET Holy Communion: 9 a.l11. Family > suggestions submitted by em-
I- MHIIODIST. : S.M. ployes
,
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rill I >l "I'Jill' K' I 01 HT Communion; Ham I I morning
"
Is11 Kill M ""'1'1I del '1T1. -
IIHIIM There will be a meeting! of the prayer
KING-SI/H: 1%. 1" "'" I TK: Ml. IT 1.1MMMK board of stewards this Thursday Tuesday Feb. I 18: 7 a.m., Holy WORLD'S '
t t'e n.: tlh Feb \13. at 7 30(). The meet. Communion Intention "That Wt
Price $$319.80 Tea Carts :':1'1'\1'' TIM r night : : LARGEST
Sofa Sleeper Reg. WII.I.I.\\\ h 001.1 SO. 1 ing will he held at the church: and May Be Truly Pen (ent." iawus5 wi
l'Mdit 1 all stewards asked to he Feb. 19, Ember! KIIUCI (uuun.'IColh
Trim and Wood IIP. .'11.?six I'f-IITIOI: are present I Wednesday, --
Reg. Sl/ed Matrrcsa Brass run n> '.. 111.1111116H: <.. Day: 6 a.m", Holy 'TAn PAN""II. ....
!iOff129.90 AMIIItIM! \ In'11THU' coml11union'l'I .rt M. John.. ."
SundayChOl,1 will be held this Intention: "For wnwail
ALL J OFF 4.- I ttln.lracesrln AT roses:
Was 369.00()() soil'* l I. rvhirltrn that, 1 Ih. Sunday morning at 9;43. Thereis I Retreat Today ,
,
... rll.II m" rillal mhrna .. An-
lHx i'T.A, ih.Mint a class for each age group, including
Ailmlnl of
Starllii Hilary li''
Now 269.00 1266 : or Illlnin. IHiiMlnK.: d..- adults. I
NOW ONLY 249.90 AtI .m.rrt that I h.n fllrrt im' I',.11. Gideon
lion rn.I.Ilbllllon, .n.. for KlnillUnchnm Layman H. R. Miller a I INTERIORS PLANNED
*. mill that tlunorible will! be the speaker at the II am 1 1I
VK4 I will nl'PlV to Ih l I service this Sunday morning Har i
', 1 I
rrnffir Tm brlrtinC I 1 t
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JudH* or this Ninth Judl"'l.il fin-nil\ I ry B. Davidson of Poinciana Gardens I For You To
'Httmir ",.c,,"." of ihr din.iunllfi.n-, will be soloist and will sing I
the jade and
tlnn of Oonnly in
for Martin (',untv., M.irKU. fnr.p.' 'Spirit of Clod. I Reflect Your Taste
i"rnvi,>,l of 114 find r-iurn. and Pastor office hours will be held I

ELL for ems an tn.1/ Order,l'I.'ha.e of niitrlbtiilnn' .. 1nrlllnryAdmininlrstrN and. each Wednesday from 2 to 5, at CALL

of Ih. 11'111 tit wlt- the church study.

ROW FURNITURE CO. llnm 1':.' I1nlllln..'.",uav. dnrnso.dtsted 1!. 11 CI, Prayer service and Bible study The Steele'sHobe

BLHDIVG: Amlllary ninv H A BROWN 7-0804 : .K. of the toi.i t. of' at 7:30, and U under the direction
A: OLD DIME dPN.n.d.llll.m C. InlrtlnirFutM of associate pastor Rev Charles: Sound, Fla.: 5464881I

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I 11,200 Heard State School I f'.n. I \llltll\ VI fill -TI cut ,Itlnrfdal) 1\T.W4

Head 'Exploring Booths Group I IIic !Ihiirvhn; i-cbrimrv* _II; :}(961'vASir
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flue loinof """.,ninn ,in oxir Begin Season February 20 I dies '\u\ili,irlo the Wlirinx. ut f .11'.1, \ti' AinI Pollock
the xvorlil depends on cooperation' I I I h'nltllIdf: \ was held at, I the post ,,mil Mr' .mil 1 Mrs rail! Miller 411!)

Thomas hit ween, D the Bailey home state and superintendent school Appreciation Day for Wacha : 3-Car Pile-up I l-xplormg Books the pam-l I Ounh.ir will he presented by Dr. 1 I home Mr Uednehiay Edith Carlslrom Feb,WIN''i.:> elected jot drand Rapids. Ohio. were dmn .

of puhlic instruction, toldome type( informal discussion group Irene llaner; and The Lout World I and installed as senior v i ice 1 r guests Ihursdiv Feb h, ol
I I.2m() ) persons gathered for I Late Saturday which gathers the M-irtin ('ouny I of Jiimlana Roo" will be discussed president for the remainder of the Mm. Fsihcr Foster S6dtnrd' Drive,
dedication Set Sunday Jensen and her himscitucMi\ her brother
Causeway
ceremonies Sunday afternoon | Public I librin in Stuart to discuss I I Stephen Schmidt Miss Jean I I year. land sister.in-law.I Mr mil I Mrs
at the Martin I
School new County : Indiantown Roadfour good "hooks will meet again Roos will he moderator I II l I Plans were diacumed to hold a 1 Keith BirtHs I' I Sw,niton. Ohm; Mrand
High Education in our modern times I Reggie Walker" of the Jensen unce of the menu will con..I' ut 7. 111 p m on I hurvlav. Feb 2i\\. I The public is invited to join thisgroup ,I: series of curd purlieu ,for the nenc. Mis. hones. in aunt ,inlnni.liot
Beach Chamber of Commerce 'says baked beans, corn-on-lhe-cob col- I I ,unit. fit of the building fund, the datesto Mrs I Foster .
depends on ihe contact between that I persons wire Injured Salurdax I his month the "books authors, und enjoy a lively informal 'I mil Mr Hums
plan for Frank Wucha Ap- fee !soft drinks und hot dogs ,, "be announced later -- - -
I The audience
three-iur is
teachers esemng in .1 i pileup program
and and it and the ol
parents takesboth panel / NVI'Ware II isfollows
predation Day which will be Entertainment will he furnished! on Indiantoun Road. to participate and there j is I II A report wi given on the needs
to nil good! result! Bailey held Sunday, Fcb Ih, are almost by local talent and will consist of I' ; Mac T *-Tung." Emperor urged no admission charge family which the auxiliary' h a i\ llnrhara Ann I InilsrvSKKt
said Injured were \Vullace C. \\cb- of the Blue Ants bv Cieorge
completed square dancing!!, a vocal number I I I "been helping I I' \RI\I SHUKF
The turn-out for the dedication Plans include Her fortv'six ol Merrill Island, P.II''CI.H\\ltlh will be reviewed l
barbecue
a pig Ihe Jensenettes, of .
brought expressions of elation from on I the Jensen Beach Causeway I girls by who recently a in group the Variety :1 driver ol. one car T. M. Wright I by aplain W Ci, tonics; On I the hiLiM singly nukol i wvhoilx 1 'the next regular/ nueling! will, ,..,I',,.nln.. ."It,"'nIrIM/n.......,.......
local school official who teared from t until donated sang thirty ot I afti'lle. alone in u sec- the Other Hand:' In Ruche I II i\u' ,1.,1. I is in l tea hi-" held ,u the |past hitiiK, lib 1'1) I ,.... I'Ir.-1' I || iiii.l llrll.i rrr
6pm Pigs were Show sponsored by Martin
that ,1 Sunday afternoon coupled by various business organ County Retarded Children's Association | and car, und two passengers :in an Ad.ims will be given by ?M.ihcl i I 1'"UMH).Sioh i" i 11.1 i 11 norllurn (On Mlisiimg ins,lluarv niiinbiis" ..orinylurd riuincl 1 746.7I
with heaulilul weather would tend nation in Jensen, and will he and a i "C"11111111111Iy sing" ', auto driven bfommv Dorsiy., I \\ilhiim; ,:Mrs, li.B S." hI.IIIL'I a III','" to ,illeml
to hold down the crowd roasted hv V. V. \Vortham (Bil- with lill\-lour' ot Jensen Beach Freddie ":
organ uxomninimcni
ll didn t Besides the iipproxi- M Oorse\. forty-seven unit
mate I I.200()() persons inside Ihe I gx! mmsmm Allrelt.i \\'llel"enlv.nIIlC... both. I OPFNimms
- ELSATURDAY
El I H3 IL
: lor the ceremonies, an estimated Two Seniors Four Seriously of Jensen Beach THURS.-FRI. \\
'MM: ( ) more stayed outside or According to a police report.
toured (he huilding. poking, al the I the Webster cur hit a bridge railing I STUART /> \.M,. 9 P.\l.
new lacililics Winners ofScholarships Injured U.S. 1 1I I and came 'to stop on the silo
H.iilex said that there i is a re. I of the road without lights. 1 he SHOPPING '
Mirgcnxc ol citizens interest t supporting I other cars were wrecked" u short
education At Hobe Sound lime later.Webster. l1"DtSENTER

The sine school head endorsedthe I wish fail ( DISCOUNT STORES ,
I was charged 9 \.M. ft P ".
use of all known modern! techniques A three-car accident ut the I g.i.rrr1,
Qml1lt "jhls
Two Martin County High School urc to Meld the right-of-way and
to make" possihle more effective seniors have been awarded StateDepartnenl intersection of L'' S. I and Shell musing an accident.
such television,
teaching
teaching machines and as! mass lectures of Education scholarships I Road near Hobc Heights late Sit- Deputy Sheriffs James Mills and
.'' I unlay injured seven persons, four j Morgan Sprolt investigated the Correct Craft OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL
He declared: "We should move Miss Virginia Wyncss Decker seriously accidentAs
j away front an educational philosophy daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman I Injured in one .into were: Grant wreckers clenred the highway |
that imposes conformity find W. Decker of Stuart, was awardeda I Chamberlain. silty> ot Palm Cily loner a car driven hv Dr Aquill "
mediocrity on our American cul- nursing scholarship salted ,it of u Kobe Sound flower Scott Turk. fiflv-four, ol I u k sWorth Ito mommi'Mili'd for ponrr motors' motor \ "
l turc" 11.\00()() a year i farm. who received Iraclured I \ ribs drove through! the area 0'' siiMilers. ehaln hll"'. Suit.) aI'lIll1l1l1ll1llrlnll' 1"'
r'Ifi.lanew system of junior l"hc scholarship is the first in |, and internal injuries; Wesley P. what Deputy Sproll reported win k; y '
j colleges. he declared, afford every nursing awarded to a M.trim (oun- Hcilaman. sixty t .five, of North a high rule of speed: He gave chuscSproll tlir i high school graduate! the opportunity ty student She won the scholarship River Shores, driver, u collapsed finally' forced. Turk to I naunt.. run sell ll for Ibis price In that sk ,,
[ (10 experience post high school on a statewide competitive 'lung, and Miss Fli/uheth Hillock stop' after Turk gra/ed n cir driven the mil tli'sluil I U lii'lnu iliannril.: Nit I bull e ..
t education consistent with the sea basis. j forty-seven, of New York, a fractured by Cecil, hitaker., nineteen, of I
dent's and broken ribs. Indianlown NeitherVhitiker' lluv. It hv the tusr! s
j ability desire and aptitude !Stuart C. Babmcui Jr. son of pelvis Mro'j nor
"At least those who may 'tall in Mr. und Mrs. S C, Babmcau Sr I Chamberlain und Mrs his passengers. Valerie \\hilaker.
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I fourteen and ---- n
the lower 60th( percentile and who of Stuart was awarded u teaching I received! cuts and bruises 'lames Mosscr. twcn
would experience difficulty in ho scholarship valued at $4K( ) a year I, Injured in the second car was ty-one. were injured!
ling admitted to our universities 1 Bahmeau won the scholarship 'driver Homer J. Oliver fifty-one Sprott placed charges against 2 PLAYER BADMINTONSET Lawn Furniture REWEB KIT
[have the opportunity to prove themselves through a competitive esamina- Gcneva-on-lhe-l" Ohio He suffered the Lake Worth man and he was
in (two years of junior col. lion. fractured! ribs and a dislocated retained in custody. awaiting setting :
llcgc work cither academically or ---. hip Miss karen tee Cunningham of "bond .ciIJ1Ifi. '" .. .
in vocational or technical education I eighteen of West Palm h .1) 1 < .. .
[ ," City Deeds Land Beach u passenger received cuts.
He called the drop-out problem For New Park and bruises turned left to enter Shell Rotu With 2 rackets, net
'''Illy symptomatic; the end re- at Unijured in a third car t hat when it was struck on the right p ,
[suIt of a situation and not the Recreation Area hit the Oliver cur following i 11 t s front door by the Oliver cur traveling and shuttlecock. rl(
p. Jllness itself" collision with the Heilaman car north Seconds later the
Bailey urged that educators rise Following a recommendation!. were John Home thirty-four driver Home cur struck the Oliver cur t i ''
Ho the challenge of supplying the hy the city manager the ('ity Commission and passengers. Clarence Red- Hcilaman was charged with violation
I educational needs of academically has agreed to deed five dick Iwenly-six, and Ambrose McBride of the right-of-way by making .
talented youth He closed with the acres east of Little Dixie Recreation thirty all of Fort Pierce. I an improper left turn 1'Ii, as racy m 1111f fcononiliuIn
, thought: "I I pray that .in all wise (1 enter to the Stuart Housing Au- Honda Highway 1 Patrolman A >I The collision ol the Hcil.im.m ne-web your worn lawn elmlrs
Goo may grant a long and endur horny t tor recreation purposes F. Holt 'investigated the accident und Oliver curs was of such force o I
.! ing service to this institution of The deed is to contain ,H revcrlcr He reported thc HeillIl1alcur'(' thiil crowbars had to be used to und loungrs, 17 feet, of fine, fill
learning" clause was traveling south on U S. I an.ll' get tE number) un out I fIhe weather resistant"' wrhbtng hinilt
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+ LOYCE MANAHAN has been
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__ period of 5 years. She is a native
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her professional work of negotiating
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Designed and Supervised' the construction of our new offices > ,
RUTH HART who has been as-
'. BROKER-SALESMAN BROKER: sociated with Del Mar Realty in a \
'" (E I sIr: ABOVE:) (INSET:\/ ABOVE:) managerial capacity for the past year.
JUNE GUI; \1IIOUSK! :,formerly of Allon,Illinois hmIK IIOMUt: : CRE.1110USIformerly; : of Alton Illinois. She has been a resident of Martin
en assorted: wlih her hushund In Keul Estate:"< for nine hut been cDKiigcd In the Real Fatale: llusliies-i in I lorldu
,11*H Broker-Suh4nran. for the past nine yean. Prior la moving) to I lobe Sound County for six years.After the Harts
years he was. H Broker In it. Lauderdale, I'..orlda.r spent a vacation here in 1957 the fam
ily decided to sell their New Jersey
a home and settle in the sunny south.

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HOMES AND HOMESITESIN O.A. "TONY"; HILLERY formerly -
Wisconsin has been engaged t ''I r
25 years in public accounting, manu
THESE SUBDIVISIONS facturers consultant and efficiency ;
work in all phases of manufacturing.
He has also been in the manage ,
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PINE RIDGE OLYMPIABONAIRBBAGH ties before being associated with Del l
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IIOBE 1IBIGUTS ACREAGE TOM GOULDMAN formerly of r"t .ri
> Virginia was engaged for many years t
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I BYRON KING-Mr.King,a native of Ohio,
i New Hobe Sound Industrial Park has been a resident of Martin County since 1958.
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He holds general contractor's licenses in both Palm
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Cleveland,Ohio,he was general managerof
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I MARTIN I
SECOND: LIEUTENANT: ROGER N,111LLIAMS, left twenty-
three ion of Mr and Mrs. Gayle' O. Williams Palm t ity. receives I
congratulations and! a certificate of achievement from Brig.
Gen Bernard S. Waterman commander of tho I 1st Division Artillery

Fort Riley Kan., while serving with Headquarters! Battery,
1st Battalion of the 1st Infantry Divi ion's 5th Artillery at the fort $ r. Ilf
Lieutenant William received the award! for exemplary action in COUNTY
an emergency situation at Fort Riley on Dec. :26.! A reconnaissanceofficer
in the battalion. Williams entered the Army in November,
1962( :!, and was stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., before his present


assignment. FOR OVER 1 I

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Rosy Eoflcld, Correspondent

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'; State Tourney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carri-
ty enjoyed! a visit with, their 5(>nand \\ ,
At Hollywood wile Mr. and Mrs. E I\o\ard
Garrity from Lancaster, Mass,
Mr. and Mn. Arthur L. John
son attended the thirty-third annual Mr. and! Mrs. Harold Jergis, \ / I 1 1'
Florida Singles Shuffleboard Fort Pierce visited Mrs. Florence i \\ .
Tournament of the Florida Shuffleboard .Tienkcn recently. \ t ,iTIf
Association Inc. at Hollywood JG I
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Mrs. N. W. Neblelt, Richmond ,
Feb. 3 to S. \
Va., visited Mrs. Charles Enfield I
Johnson as chairman of the
last week and was joined by her
'"; Florida Shuffleboard Association husband for two days of fishing.
. .'1.. Hall of Fame presided over the I', r
} annual banquet honoring persons Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Maxey iI
, elected to that category in t 1963, from Crewe, Va., have returned ;; ,. rf
I the recipient of the 1963 special home after a week's visit with Mr. i -f fIf
w award and honoring the out-going and! Mrs. Luther Weeks. ,
president of the slate association! ,
I Ernest E. Carter! Elmer McKenzie has been called 1 \ /
I to his home in Keene, N. H., for ,
The banquet was attended by
two weeks for business reasons
:200.! On '
over Tuesday morning
after which he will return for the .
Johnson attended the rules /
com (
rest of the season! at Ocean Breeze
mittee meeting and on Tuesday t LI LII'
evening he attended the annual Park.An
meeting of the State Associationas interesting meeting of the
I delegate of the Central East t tI American Association of Retired "
I Coast District. Persons was held at the clubhouse Ij"
Friday when Roland Merrell of I /
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152 at Breeze the First National Bank of Stuart r
I gave an informative talk on
Camera MeetingThere wills and Carey Zehncr from Fort
I Pierce gave a talk on insurancefor
were 152 members and the .
elderly.Frank
visitors at the Ocean Breeze Camera .
Club meeting: pn Thursday, Adrian and wife have
F b. 6. e l be joined returned to their home in Ohio I
Tom Cook showed movies of after spending some time with his 1Aflb
his 1963 trip to Old Mexico. After mother Mrs. Mary Adrian, on
the showing Henry LeDuc: demonstrated Fifth Street.
o a new camera which he
: purchased recently, and followedhis Mr. and Mrs Arthur Langto
demonstration with I twenty from Watertown N. Y., havo arrived
slides taken his for the rest of the season in ti
by new camera )
under different lighting conditions. their cabana on Fifth Street O.

The annual meeting of the club Mr. and Mrs. A. Elliot from I ji ...
will be held March S, followedone
Marshall. Mich., are visiting his i +r
week later by the annual club mother Mrs. Mildred Fcnwick: on t' I'
dinner and installation of new of Broad Street
ficers.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodriquc Lewis
PERSONALS and son are visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis Theyare
Mrs. Florence Tienken spent the (from Blythcsvillc Ark.
1 weekend. with Mr. and Mrs. Hargis.!:
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hooper -
Mrs. William Kasey was called of Atlantic City N. J., have __ .. .., .'
to her former home,
Hillsborough returned home after a visit with "
I\ ]III., by her father's death. She Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick L. Tyleron : -'. k' ----
flew from Miami and will returnin Bay Drive
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a few days
Mrs. AI Wicket entertained her -- .--
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bridge! club Monday afternoon. / -.._:0rl -'\---
Winners were Mrs Willis Cad- '
K'foACT well and Mrs. Ethel Wilmott. { -

Mrs. Melissa Bayshore from
Port Royal, Pa., has arrived for
the season.

Mrs Lee Sylvester is visiting
friends in St. Petersburg.

Mrs. Marie Tweed was entertained
last Friday, her birthday,
at a luncheon given by some of Home Owned Home
I her friends at the Yacht Club Restaurant Completely Operated
oy in Port Salerno. Those attending
were Mrs. Tweed Mrs
y( .. ano Tom Cook. Mrs. Freda Peterkin
and Mrs. Eloise Smith.

Mrs. Irvin Keith and Mrs. DC-
witt attended an recital in
West Palm Beach High organ School Saturday lly being locally owned and managed, earnings from this bank are not sent to a controlling in
evening. The guest artists
were Axel Alexander\ho has appeared ,f, terest, but stay at home-to help in the growth of Martin County. All of our stockholders
I I sow nwnwv..a r as duct artist on Lawrence ,. .

II I VVelk's He has appeared show and on Shay Fddy Arnold's Torrent, .' ,.: are citizens of Martin: County-this means that our quarterly dividend earnings;! stay at home.

II I show Chicago.plus his own TV show in t All of the plans for the future are made by local people aimed at the growth of Martin County.


Hartford' Family Auto Insurance Mrs. Eleanor Seymour has returned 11 Be a part of the future. help in the growth of Martin County. Visit First National Dank.
will provide you with broad to her home in Los Anger 't
j protection at substantial ssvIngsif des Calif., after a visit with Mr. h ), '
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and Mrs. Orr Campbell on Broad
have driving
f > you a good Street. ,.;,
j .' record. And with the Hart
\ ford name on your policy there b11RRIAGF-- ','
need be no doubt about the : ;
quality of insurance. APPLICATION!
I your .
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Call our office now to tee if R. J. Roundtree to Cora Mac rtr I'
Johnson, both of Indiuntown.
you qualify for savings 00 the
,1 Aaron Eugene Hyde to Phyllis
finest auto Insurance you \can
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buyl Marie Rhch, both of Fort Lauderdale. '

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Clarence Joseph Measelle to '
Doris Audrey Measelle, both of 1JNiI'IRST
Lake Worth.
Frank Paul Gukli to KarlnSchwarzpaul BANK


l BeIIc The h. -United--, both-States--of t commercialfish Pompano 1 \ ATIONAL OF STUART


and shellfish catch in 1962

worth was a record 383,000,000 5,200,000,00 at dockside.pounds AMPLE FREE PARKING Your Full Service Bank Serving Martin County lor Over- 31 yearsVITH TRUST POWERS



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3-B 'IIIF SllAKI I ( ) MWS Ihiirwlut I Kbniun I.* 1964I uiiiing, for the month of Tchrn,, Is.:.. < .. ::.I
: < II''tal ,,,- : Founders Day Meet Honors Girl Scouts Earn .>ris Mrs I Pincault ol' drccnw.xxi NEWSANN
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I PORT SALERNO NEWSMRS. I All Past Presidents of PTA Cooking Badges MacDonald We arc happy of Hibiscus to report Park(,eorge has CltAMBElL<, fcorrwpMidMit Phone g46-5359

I recovered from .
pneumonia.
\1CKY PROSk, <'on* pnmlrnt IT 7-iOM I The Parent Teacher Association movie sound projector with films Curl Spoilt Troop No. 80 completed -

"IIIJ"""' ", ,' ........................."' '''' the held school its meeting cnfelorium 1 hursday with;, night a good-in I PTA was purchased sponsored/ a In program 1949-50 of free the \ four on weeks Feb of 7. cooking under( the instructions NCUS OF THE IISIIMIOL Heart Association Sets Feb. 19

number in teachers and past motion films shown Each week tutelage of Miss Betty Stewart in Clarence W maker and Howard
Chamber Coffee PTA Will Hold rre"dcnton hand to pay tributeto during the simtnier for the children the offices of the Florida Potter Bandit of Baltimore Md. caught Hohe Sound Fashion ShowThe
I the founders of !PTA & I ight C ompum in Sluart seventy-five blues and two jacks For
There will he foi the '
no charge
( Fish Feb. 21A A silver donation was collected i. In I9VMI I IIN.! F. Rowcll was The /girls received their diplomas using cut hail, fishing the Sun ,
col lee md doughnuts( which I the Fry to he sent to Sidle! \ Congress" end appointed, limit resigned and Mrs and were given aprons as souvenirs Parlor second annual benefit fashion Thomas Robinson.
( hamher of Commerce will smcfhiirsdiv of the course The had Association ( The guest l speaker will he Dr
National Congress! This money is homlar served 'the remainder of troop I show for the Heart
ntornlng at IJ'O: ) al Pen- meeting was held Monday used by both congresses for ex- the term I been making various foods and Bob Class and Joe Lightfoot of of Palm Bench and Martin Donald R. Bicknell. North Palm

doni R' laur nl. All residentsmil afternoon at "Port Salerno Etc tenon wo/k In PIA. I Ih 1951-52 Mrs Mark William studying their dietary values On I St Louis, Mo., caught twenty-sev Counties will he held Wednesday, Beach pediatrician
blue and four croakers,
suitors will he welcome! menlarv School to formulaic plans The bylaws were rend and accepted was president! stage curtains : Friday a party was held for the en cut bait in the I Indian River. using Feb. 19, from 2..10: to 4-30: p.m. In. The love' clothes will he 1111111-
There will' he .i ( hamhcr of for the coming PTA fish fry on changes made\ ,I were installed. there was' a membership i I parents to come and sec the girlsut the patio of the Hobe !Sound! Presbyterlart tied by '. William Bresscllc
( iimmcrce meeting!! Thursday at H I Fr rulay! 'fish hr 21 I. A nominating committee was I f of I H2 work as well as sample t tile Dr. and Mr Baker of Stuart Church. Mrs R. R. Flans Jr., !Mrs. KllriGriffin

p m it' (he f tirchousi mil residents the fry will he held at the elected, The chairman Isj I Mrt : Mrs George Dunning was president I products I caught twenij-onc blues and eight Hostesses; for the afternoon will Mrs.' Whitney Haney. Mrs
.in cordiullx ,invited 'In .,lIl'IHI".Ind civic center{ and serving commences Homey; !Shelton assisted hy Mrs for !11J<2-<4. Mark Witham I Scouts! who will I I. receive badges croaker, using cut bait in the he Mrs F. C. Manahan Mrs. T. R I I. Johnson, Mrs. M. C. Love.
loin at pm There will he June Bennett and Mrs. Madeline I served from !954-<9fi. In September are: Corev Donn Diane Carey, Indian River. Chambers and Mrs. Shirley Marie Blackburn. Roy Blackburn
plenty of fish" slaw, baked beans, I Brenda Wilson Putty Scurry isMrs. III, Carl (' andell, Linda Dorses
-- --- --- Pedersen 1951, school With I I Floyd. In charge of admissions
hush puppies and home-made pies Mary Brown nnd Dorothy Mile four ,opened now it hits I Mirgo Prosk Carla HanrnU Jean George Lockwood and Herman Mildred Malocsayj' Norris John Dykes) Darlene Randall,:
pupils
seventy
CHUCK'S SERVICE md cakes. as well as beverages were elected voting delegates to gone to over 2IN) students I I Peters, Vickie Thompson. JoAnn Blank I from the Fishnhol caught! M. Bass will do the decorating Rosalind Randall Carol Stein and!
Tickets may he purchased at the district conference on March I Shelton Paula Hite. NnncysueMcPherson. fifty-seven Spanish mackerel 1 and and Roy Randall Is in charge of Diane Tucker.
Pk.u' Mah.nlcand the door or from any ITA member 1 16. George Oshorn Jr became president Nancy I Lott. Beverly I eleven blues using feathered j jigs, the sound. Refreshments I will l he Two prominent professional men
SiA for 19 6-57. The school I : i : south of the inlet.I .
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paper Gaughim. Wilma, Slangcr and.
Principal Peterson" announced served hy Mrs. Harold D. from West Palm J Beach will ht
tui rv Uuir" was sorted: unit the savings
thai oil Arbor Day the students t Initiated F r I I C hcerle: PhillipsIIRFMFN'S I Mr and Mr*. Tom Peter of Cuen Sr. Chairmen for the Me-I "mystery models"

28t- )Nfi4Railnay Civic Association planted tree around the school i.Sttor.II f. Johnson: :anrreidenl. I the Fishnhol caught sixty-six Spanish are Mrs Ben R. Tucker and !MrsTRUIFR I IGUNRU The commentary will he done
grounds It is hoped more I : AUXimRY mackerel using feathered jigs, by Mrs Woodford J. Mahry
To Hold Social Two new classroomswere
&: *>,. Intlc Ave soaping will he done in the IOInd.J Mrs I 'i ('.iRD P\RIY I fishing south of the inlet.
added, 1.0)hlnk
The Civic Association held Usrchriuiry came 1I'I.A SIIRIU
PARK
Port Salerno future I as third (grade toucher, and in ad. a special meeting of the Fire i Walter Huston of I take pack : TAXIING; OF :

Road Santee Fib: ft al meeting H\ pm on Ihtirsday, I Valentine Room' mothers for are the planning classes the dition Mrs Keith was hired. Fn- tX'partmenl Auxiliary, itIII' decided -| caught forty-six blues using cut Mr. And bin Richard Sands I IS CONllnr 11IIMB:
party on rollment! 167 I to have a card al the bait fishing the Sun Parlor River Mutual Concert
Open 7 days a week -* A reporting hy the auditing committee I 1'ch 14 went to I party 'i i area. have moved their new trailer into Indian
In 195960 Mrs Mary Brown lireholise on Wednesday Fen I 12.ul I Association will present the secondin !
7 a.m. 8.30: p.m. was made and filed Praisewas Superintendent of Schools I I 'I' the park.
1r.m.\ I I'lttAlFS COVE NEWS series Saturday, Feb. I 15
became president and the project its at
given for I t the nice work done I bonus ,
I. ('rooka'i honored
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196061( ( Oslwrh became which will into the fund for recent arrivals from North Carob Mull he in the Delaware School
attractive dedication of the new Met I'). corge iigain !go I Mrs. R. P. Stephens, Jefferson City
There will h e a get-I together The program director Mrs |' president and tiling cuhincM tiling the floor of the meeting room i I I I Mai: A. Juras. Detroit, Mich.: lina. Auditorium.. Fort Pierce.

night on fucsdiy, f-cb 18 for Dorothy Mite gave the history of i and swings were purchased wadi I Refreshments be"' : he served, I Mrs Farl Jones, daughter of Mr. I
and there will table unit door URF.limE'tI.l.AGE In 1940 15 cent of the tsc
nand v.lua w.7.rv.r the members and guests 1 his I is asocial the Salerno ITA from its inception 1961-62 Mrs Vicky !Prosk I and Mrs Ira Adams, from per
OH.ndt evening for the hardworking in I92K to the present.In president und the PTA purchased i I prizes natality., Ill; Mr. and Mrs Archie I 'I RAH IK PARK fro population lived on farms, but

members. Itrmg your cards I I 1928-29 Mrs J. A. SlocUcy: fifty dictionaries, and several maps, Mclcan.!! Traverse City Mich, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benson recently in 1960 only 8 per cent were on
.md relax was president and from 1929 to ,I, In 1962-6) Mrs Mile was elected CIRCIF: NO. MlHS: : J! und Mr. and Mrs Dave Raymond, returned from a trip to the farms.

Enjoy Sportfishlngon 1912. Mrs. (icorgc Oshorn Sr. '' hut resigned and Mrs Prosk took I Missionary Society Circle No I Sheboygan Mich Nassau
the Mrs Clarence' \Vilhert spent a their charter her place The project for the year I
was president They got of Salerno Southern Methodist
Cruiser "II\'OA": lew days last week visiting with and the national ': was a slide projector For 196V Mr. and Mrs. Royal Pohl and Mr and Mrs. William Smith

Summer Rates! (50() a Day her brother and wife. Mr and i/ation joined In 1932.34 Mrs W organ-1-1.1 I 64 Mrs, Mary Brown\ was again Mrs Church Rosa met Qmglcy's Tuesday house evening The ut Mr. and Mrs Dave Martin are m have moved to the park from NewJersey.
Mrs A. J. McNamara who are Earle elected.Past. Tampa fat a few days, enjoying Mr and Mrs William
Capt loley ngibrctspn: was president and the I' PA i group studied Mark I
: (the Oaspdnlla festivities. Lenox arrivals from Rivi TOII
slaving at Treasure Island near financial aid to the tonsil presidents were honored are new
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gave
ett.nue .2755 PORT SAlERNO e... AT 7.184' St Petersburg While there she clinic, and purchased; first aid supplies I with u corsage Those !present I Stacey Attending Mrs Naomi were: uiscnbnucr Mrs, Ruth t 1 Mr and Mrs. Larry Quintal and era Beach.

saw Juy I umhnrdo'i yacht I were: Mrs! tieorge Dunning Mrs Triild Osborn Mrs Genevieve Mr and Mr. keith Conklin have PFRSOVlALS
From 1914-17 Mrs Warren I George (Oshorh Mrs Lois Slundcrson Meinit Mrs !Madeline returned from a weeks fishing trip
Merrill was president and the Mrs. Madeline l'ellerCn.I I erscn Mrs Ha/el Shaw and I'ed.j to the Key Airman Second Class Wayne

I "ITA sponsored the health clinic. I Mrs Harvey Homlar. Mark With. I Jennie Wilhar. Twenty of the ladies recently Dennis, son of !Mr and Mrs. I I.
Mrs" Madeline Pedersen was president urn Mrs Mich Witham. Mrs A Dennis is home from the
The next meeting will he Fch. drove to Fort Lauderdale for
in 1917-18. and Mrs. W. Mary Brown and Mrs Vicky I PLACE
Force. stationed
I IS at Mrs Shaw's home luncheon at Patricia Murphy's. Air Wayne was
Merrill was elected again for 1919, I'rok.The. at Goose Air Force Base in Labrador -
when a membership of !100) per room count was won h y PERSONALS:'/ Thursday flight's potluck supper and was a specialist in weapon
cent was achieved. I Mrs Dorothy Mcagy's class was again indoors. Fifty-two of control systems.
Mrs Velma Malmstcm was Brother (i. C. Taylor pastor of the Pirate enjoyed more of that
president in 1919-49. and seventy- Demonstration Unit First Baptist Church of !Port Salerno northern-southern" cooking Following Glen Thomas returned home Park Shopping
live hook were purchased for the has. moved into his home a meeting of the men who Saturday after undergoing surgeryin
school. Mrs Martha Whittle served Visits Local SchoolThe nt Salerno Trailer Park He maybe are planning a Valentine Day supper Martin Memorial Hospital. Plata

as president in 1940-41( This contacted by calling 287. 72t the evening was spent playIng Mrs. William it. Knight of Winter 331: Ocean Blvd.T .
)car's project was equipment for Home Demonstration As. or by writing him care of the garnet. T 3625
Haven returned home Thursday
the lunchroom and was continued sociut ion held its February meet- rniler Park Box 128 Port Salerno
I The Hobby\ Club met on Monday a spending a couple of
during Mrs Vera Sheltonsterm ing ut the Port Salerno Elementary ft ftS
School cafctonum, and members with Mrs. Grace Desmaraisas days Sir and Mrs. T. R
1941-42 Mrs F. J. Arnold ft* k Dry lew State Para
I was president 1942-41 and Mrs were taken on a l lour of the new Congratulations to Wilhert and hostess. Chambers Mfict-wber I a. better

I Belly I alona 1943-44 when playground school Rose their Carr who recently celebrated Sunday night's/ hymn sing G. L Cawthorne i'l recuperating mm )oil writ to tat .feto
equipment was purchased Martha burdme county home anniversary brought out twenty-two of the at his home on Indian River
In 1944-45 was the year a white demonstration agent, showed R Dorothy Sobicski of Perth Am- I folks Special music was supplied Drive after undergoing surgery a Re Md fin Mat11ia01.I .
rabbit was given as a room attendance film on insecticides i In keepingwith boy N. J? und Julia Blazejewski by Sirs Jean Olcott and Mrs. few weeks ago(! at !Martin Memorial I lIMe rot total.,lko/ IIi

pn/c Mrs Alice Arnold was the program' theme of lafcty. of Roslyn Heights, N. Y., are enjoying I. Neva. Raymond. Hospital.
president then. Mrs. l I-ols Soundcrson I the members' were assigneJvarious a visit with Mrs Helen {
tor served in 194t .4R and the I hours and days they will Kafnfiun of Salerno Shores I

THIS IS room prize was changed from 'work on the food booth at Martin NO ]INCOME TAX WORRIES I
ARNOLD PALMER'S JACKET.. rabbits to goldfish Curtains were I f County FuirRefreshments. Mr. und Mrs J. Gonzales of I I II.
cart to hang it in your locker? purchased for stage and library I were served. I. Toms River N. 1., were weekend I Contact: i l lROBER

I Finely tailored In a hopsacking textured blend of and a phonograph with record cab I The it-vt. r'BC'ing jTvlll he nl the Quests of> .the Anthony Victors of
inet was the project. Mrs. civic Point '
Harvey the first
center on Thursday
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% "Orion" acrylic and 50% wool this Cricketeer '
Horn In r served )94K-\\). and a I'In March There will be a family ALICE C. SMITHLICENSED
Arnold Palmer Clubhouse Blazer Is a real pro In It9 night on Feb. 13 at 6 pm. at the Mr and Mrs Harry Kowalskiof
9 self. It's as smooth and casual as Palmer's swing... agricultural building on AlA, for Dccrfield Beach were recent suu.
si classic and correct the Master's guests of Mr. and Mrs Ernest i
as Tournament.
Palm City and Port Salerno TAX CONSULTANTAT '
(groups r M. JOHNSON:
of Horseshoe Point.
CUcketeer'has fashioned this blazer to Arnold Rodenhtiugh
Members are asked to bring a cov-
Palmer's/ own exacting tastes. Pop Into our locker .r iiiI ered dish for the supper We regret to learn Frank Atkerman 7.0408() () """" STATE MUM MUTUAL

roomj..try on Arnold Palmer's Clubhouse Blazer... of Hibiscus !Park is a patient OR WRITE BOX 336, PORT SALFRNO, FIORIDV A I AUTOMOBILE INSUKANCI
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we don't care what your handicap Is, ea-.,...,.. Progress Reported ut Martin Memorial' Hospital. .. ". IIOOMINBTOM mains
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Mr and Mrs Himmond Lndd

STATIONAll Monday, Feb. 3, jfihlscirt of North Tarrytow, N. Y., and
HIS and HERS SPORTSWEAR' I Park Civic Association held I 11 I s Wayne Me. have been visitors
Service GuaranteedJack monthly me ting at the community nt the Ernest Rodenbnughs.

961 S. Federal I Ugh AT 7-4687 I Saundtrson, Owner room of the First. National dank
way
Our best wishes
with Mrs.
are
AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 of. Sttiart August Thornqulst presided : !
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Open| Friday "I 119 P.M. Ned 'to A&P Supermarket in the absence of President Bill Vamlcrhoof of Hibiscus; Park .
---- MicDonald; who was ill. who has been hospitalized at "Mar- : ,
lain Memorial lIo pilni. r
The members time
spent some '. : .
reviewing nnd revising the bylaws' Good wiheIre extended toMr ,

la Mrs Fred Young j is selling und Mrs Walter !Peterson and "
-- tickets on a htand-enthroidered lahlecloth ,, :
family, who have 'moved into their
made by Mrs. D. JMogliu new home on Salerno t' Shores. .. ;, .1
,. / to benefit the association's .
general fund. Please contact Mrs. Mr mind !Mrs. William Haines of l I
Young, 287-4604, if you wish to Massachusetts friends of the late J
ii?
make a donation. Dexter Dullard visited Mrs. Itul- p/
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The committee in charge of lard last. week. :. \ .

This is the bottom of our line. ed keeping excellent vacant co-operation lots mowed report from Visiting the Berloluccis of Coral '

Icmpcit Sporty loupe) oul-ohtown owners.It Gardens are Mr and Mrs. F. : K
Blanchard and Mr. und Mrs A. .
was reported that Cable Road
Brunke of IXtroit. Mich! Also ';., '
has been resurfaced and (he park --
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residents are pleased with the
progress! made on the roads in d
7'k
their area.Pioneer.
.. Some things
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Club Holds

Dessert Card Parly Btiu 'V"tatA ) just naturally

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The Pioneer Cluh held a dessert

_._,__ ., card party Wednesday at I 111 .atTNMIa belong togetherSuch
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"" .,. ".t. .e Horseshoe Point clubhouse The NAI
hostess for the day was Mrs Karl

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i Table prizes were won by Mrs, as your SAVINGS ACCOUNT
'. J. H. Whitfield. Mrs Charles Conrad -
Don Vandcrveen Mrs A and your CHECKING ACCOUNT.
McCulley, Mrs. J. I I. Bloom Betty
Radswuk, Mrs.. Anton Sleigler. Open both types of accounts

This is the top. and Mrs Sophie Reinhardt. .t oilr bank for better money
routine Giand) Prix) Door prizes were won by Betty\
Radsftick and Mrs. J, Whilfield, management.
Others attending were: Mrs
There arc 28 models in between Amy Rodcnbaugh. Mrs. T. W.
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Cook, M..,. T. Cjatsch, Mrs R. D.
Pontiac Pontiacs. Klmg. Mrs. A. Victor Mrs. G. '.
H. Flanagm. Mrs. E. Rice Mrs.
Pontiac Tempests. Edwin Godfrey Kathryn Munn, .td

Pontiac LeMans. Mrs George Fritz, Mrs Roy Decker
Colonel Hale Mrs George
Pontiac GTOs. Holdcn Mrs. C. Vandcrveen Mrs.
C. Kopyslccky, Mrs. H. Kafafian,
k Sixes. V8s. All with Wide-Track. Mrs. M Hale Mrs O Thomson, FashionetteBEAUTY

Major McCulley, Wilma Medley,
All with Fbntiac-stjle styling. Marjone Reynolds Mrs Paul I SALON
Hesteon, Mrs Walter Prucss Mrs BANK OFSTUART.
Why would
\ anyone go looking John Henke Dorothy Breslav,
605 COLOR
\DO A VE'UEsrUART : '
I anywhere else for a car? Manic Slife Hillary, Ing tils, Eve
lyn Haubert, Frances RuJenbak- IlORlbV .
er, Ethel Brooks, Lillian Hansen
Fewer and fewer people arc. and Mildred Valentine. Open A ton. thru Sat.

s. your wilhorucd, Ponlne de.tee Mr. and Mrs. Collet of 7:30 a.m. 5:30: p.m.
Harry
tin a wide clulc o( Wulc-Tutki' ud good used cart too.
Whitehall Mich, are slaying at the 1lRIEVFI\ !!, Owner m rmiNDLT SANK JII i. oeu SOUUVMO, WAIT, rl0Al0A
L. J. Bitter cottage on Horseshoe ANN HIRLRUT: Operator
AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC INC. Point Road for the winter. Collet
was assistant postmaster; of White- Phone 287-4999
614 SOUTH .FEDERAL IHCttWAT STUART AT 7-2424. Hall, But has: retired.





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You'll Just LOVE The Low Prices At Kindred'sU.

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E S. Choice Western Lazy Aged I PARKINGAT FREE 50 FREE. STAMPS
\l kln WHAT IS KINDRED'SKindred's i 3lh. Pk.::.!. (;round Hcef
is here lOU can buy small sizes CHUCK i KINDRED'S ('''"|" C.mul; .. .lib, M 14. I5 l IVM
for small families, large sizes for large families 1 I I
or extra large sizes for extra large fame 1 I
ilics All high quality and lou, Km prices!! U.S.CHOICE WESTERN LAZY
I S 'A'l
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r ROASTc 1' CHOICE>AGED ROUND BONE
5 9
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U.S.CHOICE WESTERN LAZY'nwj
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Lb. 79
Shoulder Roast LB.

U. S. CHOICE WESTERN
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FRESH DAILY! CHOICE)) lAzy AGED C
49
Large White I Chuck Steak LB.
Copeland Hickory Smoked 4 :

ShrimpBluefish LB. 9Bc C .1c' 4Lb. CARRIAGE CLUB SLICED

BaconCOPELAND lo. 49c
HAM .
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Fillet LB. 4 9 SHANK HALF U BolognaHERMAN'S LB. PKG. 49c

WHOLE OR CENTER k ALL MEATFranks
Spanish Mackerel BUTT HALF LB' 49 C SLICES LB. 9 c

Fillet LB. 4 9 c MN.NNNN.. ... 1ININN NNNNNNNY..._N1I..r_N..NM 1.r NN.II NIIO.... LB. 49cw1IN11

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Bakery Specials Grade A Fresh Fla.' Carriage Club
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Frozen Specials

SMITJLM' .AUIOCKtU I; Baked Fresh Daily i EODS 2 Limit Dozen Dozen 29

ICECREA'M 2
BIRDS ME: FROZEN:
49'RINGS Ctn. of 6-12 Oz. Throw Btls.EGALBEE.
I Away
CUT CORN 3 We'IP: 49c L1 '

SVRV I,IF:PLAN 19c
Hard
Small Soft And R

COFFEE CAKE 69c ROLLS DOZEN 29' 2

IlllltK OR 1101II ttllll A$70(1( ORIUR OR SCORE
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l< 1 f Save More At Kindred'sIvory
EWcxoFllEpRoDQ CAKE MIX 3 PKC.SIRHIMVN $
[ Jim Boy I Flakes
Peanut Butter OH I\SIIION'
PKG. 35C SUGAR COOKIES 3 K-OLPKG.
FRESH GREEN 2 JAR 59cR
W III IF:HOUSEAPPLE:
Lb. 5c AM 01 SAUCE 6 NO.300 CANSSIOKIIIS
Sun SweelPrune
Cabbage Alum. Foil
Juice : curGREEN
25-IT.llrAVY: 6 5 BEANS 5
DUIYROII.15OZ. C 303 CANS
40-OZ. JAR 49 C
I RISKIER
FRESH FLORIDA KRAKICheese.r CAT FOOD 8
llclnz Sweet Cucumber 61/2 oz. CANS
2 for 25c Whiz
Eggplants .Pickles JAR 23c 8 o. JAR 35c WESSON JIIIV OIL 3 24 0!. BTLS.

SIOMMS: POP CORN 4 FOR

INDIAN RIVER JUICE frrnch'nBlack Tomatoes ,
Pepper NO.303 PRKKS f Doz. 39c 2 CANS 4 7c
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OrangesIDAHO 4.0LCAN 39c ---- --------

!SIOKIIYSPong i :
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'Sliirkkt Orrrn I M Juice .

BAKING Lb. ArcPotatoes Chunk Tuna 46 CAN 3 9C

5 I Bag CAN 2 9c O.L 4 e
UNS\VrrT: : MEDIUM:
9 Llvewith gravjr Prunes .
Cat Food

ALL PURPOSE YORK Lb. Arc 2 CANS 35c 1lB.PKG.. 29c

.3 .w ISORMIrRNPaper :\/ SUPERMARKETShop
Apples I 8a9Di I Ivory Snow TowelsREG.
v Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 6:30: p.m.
PKG. 35C 3 JUMBO ROLLS 79c Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. -Saturday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.



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1:1..1: : ; Whole' or lb 5 9"5 :..

)):) :: L E G OF LAMB Butt Half. ..


:: SHOULDER RIB LOIN till.


-4.m CHOPS Ib.49c CHOPS 79 CHOPS lb. $1 .09 !4

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New Low Prices On ii !SUPER RICH I FULLY COOKED: QUARTER !SLICED
COAST TO COASTWINES ii! MAKE'- FISH WHOLE HAMS ,,'!rt: e .49c PORK LOINS ,Ib.59c $wr r

:fit YOUR MAIN DISH FOR LENT IRLSIIPORK: SUPER RIGHT ALL MLAf lb. :II
STEW BONES 1I1\.5ge FRANKS .. .. .. .. ... pkg 4ge -
;ii.; High in Protein..Low in Calories. .. :.a'-
-M I FREEZER: : BEEF: CUT OF 1m I : \\U.K I RAN MEATY .

Sauterne ii::8 GROUPER FILLETS ,lb..69cItr HIND QUARTER .. .59c SPARE RIBS .......... .. .. .... .... ... Ib.4c ''.B-
Burgundy or 5th[ 7 3 c : :SII I DRLSSH: IUI lleaillesK Fresh' !SUPER: RIGHT LEAN: IRKSIILY: SLPI-R RIGHT tRJSII: RIG
Vin Rose -u- King IRS! Steaks n.. 45c Mackerel' 31 eJJ. GROUND BEEF 3i 98c SAUSAGE 3 ;E:: $100 ; .
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Sherry PortMuscatel : ::3. . ,--11 II' ... .... ....,. _..... ...11. 'n'-'ft:. n I .c!!'rt.1._I"-" I n 1...I"'" .""t _.. .. ."" S,.,., __ -=. ." '. .e!I'::::1.':.: : I::1..11 HI HIIiI at..1 iII, '
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- Spciiul!' While House Inslunt. Non-l-ul. Large Grafted PlantsGARDENIAS 1 lomcstead Brand 6.6.6 mendFERTILIZER Beautifully Colored

: DRY MILK 8S59Spccbill 'I' 50 lb. 99c CROTONSII

- Ann PHKOMAYONNAISE! ha\c blooms bag <
: TM9cSpecial ;":: in a month ea $3.SJ Varieties ea $1 .29
'' FROM OUR PARKING LOT NURSERY *
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ASPGrape I louse or Yard Favorite .
Beautiful in Bud and Bloom
Shrub Real
Juice 2 'tr69c Large Evergreen -- SpecialARBORVITAE J
; DECORApotted
ROSE BUSH
- ASP While IkautvSHORTENING

-- 149': growing already ca. $
uiuiMsi: iI
rj71 vv CRISP RED DELICIOUSAPPLES CUSTOM-GROUND-MILD & MELLOW
I PlAID
in 6'' STAMPS.. i jji! EIGHT O'CLOCK
i with Thlo Coupon d PuraliM. i
Pot Beef N' Chicken .
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I BRUNSWICK 24-ot. : '
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2 291 .1 .
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I&IS WI" IkU Cup.. .** ........ .f .1' EASTERN ROUND "'filTHPOTATOES 111 f
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_JM C'JlU.'iE A&P Sharp Cheddar lb. '1I lb.bag. ',
I{In \\tOGEjt3 ....: the 79 C !1 10 49< BIGHT, ) 1-LB.BAG 3-LB.:BAG "'
., ('uu. (oud then.b.l5. Mh 1.111 1I: 0 r./1 u e .rre
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i iiii-iPii iii head 19c ORANGEStRESII 5 bay: 5ge p C Off,yLE $157 1

!... PlAID ..: IRF.SII !SMLET RH: RIPE JUICVSTRAWBERRIES
i.''' 50&tra STAMPS. ..!.'E 3 f-, $100 GRAPEFRUIT 5 eaY: 4ge ,
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I'1 With this Coupon mt puixdu. Mi
I, 3 Cina of Dtlmonle LlKhtIellt! J5!

/::14 CIIUNK 1 UNA...... JJ.tllnl Q6U-OJ.. $1 00. !;IIM :1 Special! All/ FlavorsMARVEL A&P GREEN PEAS A&P BEETS SLICED:! Special Our Own Easy Brew
I .0.e..d Ikmtrbin. Mbg: IS .
It
t ICE TEA
t lalF tr.YYi.- _._!!! unl.: A&P PEELED APRICOTSA&P IONA CUT GREEN BEANS

. r.--------------------------------m sm CREAMcarton Whole GREEN BEANS IONA GOLDEN CORN011": BAGS64for


I I I' CORN With IhU Coupon!Miuolu tat 4K-o/pur.1.I..1t 93cI I I carton 49c:: 4: -lb1 cans 89c 8 1-lb. cans 89c only4 9c

OIL buttleominnBou4lhrnl.li.l3. J
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: SDaisf: : =St LR9H:11'- 1! :J JANE. PARKER. Reg.: 49' SPECIAL Cross Buns :ft 37cJ

e IIITC1 PlAID ..: ':: "'' .VNt: PARSER 0.\nlEAl. !SUGARED OR MOLASSES

: M STAMPS Cookies 3 J;PkCtX1.00
With IhU Coupon and punkw. ol : .. '. '
Betty C'ruiker: Instant Mashed i !SPKIVL! JVNLPVRKIRGlazed:

!aii: 1'0 VIOLS. ., 7|>-.kg.35C Ili:: ::::'::.' Donuts V; 39c
e iiit IvuiHin o l Ihrn I'rb 11. Ml:SI-13 .1 : .
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; IrSliis11; CORN FUBKK MIAI.MORIONS: ... . 5.lb.bug 5ge M h.R10.\RGRINLKRH I'IIR: : \(1; U; carton 1 l-lb. 37e_ i(>Ae-ca. Your dreams come true with PRICES HIRUSVr IN TillS., lLB.Al> 15.OPLN GOOD. 'I.
I IKO/IN:' 8-ol. n PLAID STAMPS
:t With this Coupon and purckoM ol 20e quart DAilY 8:30: A.M.OPEN .
61 e
roi PIJSUNSIIINh>
the MUONNUStRJ : '
Jane Purkrr a Mule IHI I.Ai&T A1IANTIC I PAC.IC 7Th COw esav,NC. 'TIL 9 P.M. IRiDtYCWSE
.! RVISIN:' 1lb. OQBRL.VU I ; KRISCRVCKJKS |'\' I 1.11.. .I) CHEEK AIT I L-GRAPL: ; quart 6:30: P.M.
..7Cmiu ..t 29C 35 e I
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loaf tI hot JL'KLLIPIONCIIKkrN: 7 PAL S-VTURDiY
bottle
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:. I!!! ; ; ; !jjj 1M pka.! 85 c :NOODLL SOUP. MIX pkZ.! 31e 971 Stuart S. Federal Ph. 287-0654 Hwy.

. laundry Bleach Dole Sliced IKile Plnrapiile Personal Bun. Detergent T.blelaSALVO' GentleIVORY Detergent
: CLOROXDelirxent PINEAPPLEt4lc JUICE IVORY SOAP ZEST SOAP SNOWreg. \ DREFTcue35C

.. altl.aile 67e 46-0 run,. 3ge; 4 hart. 27""= Lb:n LUC giant hili 79cPremium i/e. 35cLaundry

Detergent IKtrrgrnlTIDE IXIeritnlCHEER Detergent Detergent Cleaner W
IVORY LIQUID LiquidJOY OXYDOL DUZ DASH SPIC N' SPAN

'ZoOt. 65' l1-ol.3SC cue: 55C rig. giant alttot
au .Ile ; ateShortening! JJC ate 79 e ailtRI81c hIoleI 79c Pg.31C

CleunHerCOMET Laundry Clevner ((2IK.' : off label) liquid l eleraeltt (keen SpntyCranberry 3 MinuleQUICK Santa Clara
MR. CLEAN THRILL CRISCO Sauce OATS I PRUNE JUICE I DOG Daily FOOD'

giant 4ge kina 79 e kina 89 e i:. 7ge can IS' I I quart
2 lue ate -'L; 17 c ''e2ge 82l:: ,$IOOe


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I: I hurl ay. February II. 1964 .-011


II .0'aa..1.1N' +ra.u .,.. i'

! 9pti Ji' fJlt I E 11ii1 REAL, .ESTATE FOR SALE. 90
v '**' _M'W" *ttt* ":"saIMKFI ::

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I I r "mi house screened

.ki-pinj! |x>rch. "irpurlcparti< .
bt: .
,11111\t plenty\ stoiijw' : '1" '"*' Com
|'Uklliinmhed. I tit l xtxlis.I
: I'dnt I I aka Park ( 1'1111 .m4
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IARMaIWeewI.I" erMavirwa Aeala 11NIMhwsw awl.altaw dam.suaa p I I 1'.lIk ( xiin Owner Mi( I > ''la L
I FOR RENT I USED CARS & RUCKS 58 For Sale. Miscellaneous 781 KF,VI. l> UTE, FOR SALE 90 Real Feline For Sal 1 Kslale. I Foe Sale 90 \ rd>c1I SMXH) ti (90)( )

IIW !\ '." n I Ira111rllssrrMaar-: .__-D I .""e"te'.el1_ 1U-t* > '.1"/--. srae+rTS +tWQ.
i SMAI I collage with ''If'orl x1-
'. NICE one bedroom I---m"u( power COW Manure. 1'j' >yds.. $12 I 2 I US three room duplex, liirmshctlliood : IN Bahama Terrace, A 1 1 1:1' boat anchorage: waterfront' (KX) ), Pleasant surrounding .A'lcsirahlc .
II READERS PAY Lovely view. I Furniture Call AT 7.1 yds, $1 I S. 7-\ard loud $42 Also condition: large lot, meeK tircmcnt home. 2 e II t I It : near inlet. Three bed for a hands mm Wntr A,
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purchased! for $300 or rent tf (5 ) mulching hay. AT 7-0979( tf ((78)) I lamlscapctl! Priced to 1tC1 II!. lemisHihiMiis ulh t C BS, large carpeted: three baths High and dry. Met aren. Route 17. Kiu.nvilloi
II YOUR ment unfurnished!/ by nice I ____ ____ I II Park, Cable and Si 1 uciccniies room Built-in formica .! ....' '.. Owner VUitc Box X. Tcnn (
couple on a early basis I TWO Uldsinobilci. I9<5. $200 ,\\ Box <911. Port Salerno large inside utility room Stuart News Phone AT 7. 190))

I: Wze : Box S, Stuart News 2.13 ( ) and 19 0.: $2M). Both' 4-doo I' MUSICAL INSfRUMENTSLowest Or cull. AT 7-1 US. tf ((9u) by 12 screened porch :! I). U ((91))]) TWO bedroom nr ,,nditionej
88s in good shape good rubber' -- - beautifully landscaped. --- -- I house Attached 'I.IIII'' Uwncftranslerred
ONE! ; bedroom furnished Phone A r 7-28. 2-13(38( ) Prices in Florida CANAl lot off St. Lucie lot No. Must be seen to ALI.I two "nodroom house rca- Make in 'tln AUSOJ;
r.i' Utilities also furnished --- I 5, Harbor Estate, WO\) Il information or )I1II>le. Completely furnished I I 18 ft. inboard lieu. |I'll 546.
: 1564. Port Salerno. 2-M ( ) 1961 Opel wagon Clean outside GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS Bent offer over $2. OO. Lou 1I,,<:k- AT 7.WJ ( ) Iy decorated. Carporte, utili- 452. 2 'd ((90))
- and inside. Good condition. 29 ORGANS ert. 4940 N. E. 27 Terr, Pom- _____ I room screened porches. Suila
II ATlantic TWO bedroom house! miles to ciillon. $850. Private party I nuns Beach Hi 399.021Ntf(90)_ ( ) NEW two bedroom home for retired couple who mil I n 1 !
Clean. Immediate Call AT 7.3428 2-13 ((58)) EASY TERMS ----- -- bath corner lot. Legion! f Cull AI' 7-0812.) If ((90)) REAL. ISTVIE: WAMID 94
- To Place Your 411 Akron Stuart. LOVL1Y home on corner lot 3 .. --- ..
Avenue $10.WO Easy terms. W. -- ---- *' *wrifes' yDl 0
I' 2-13 ( ) 1963 Pontiac Tempest t. 2 door, automatic MORITZ PIANO CO. bedl' '... LOW COST transmission radio and 112 No 5th Street carporle Beautifully landscaped l or family house Ill teas general. area
)
\ i sale of Slate Road 7h. 71 A 708
I ON the Way to Beaches heater like new. $1,995 ..WOOactual ( Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 4 l-4747 Stainless steel all-eKxInc t kitchen: ----- forces at big reduction out past turnpike \\,mi ,
block from Trade winds: mile*. Cull Lucille AT 7- If ((78)) Air-condilione\l Excellent location I IN Jensen Bench, for sale information call Af 7-0112 adjoining hlgh"Ibrok.some. poretlon

I: NEWS W two bedroom duplex, 0700.( 2.13 ((58)) Approximately: : $4,0H( down er new two bedroom r 700;' t _pal 2-13. ((90))) ers, Contact Box Y. i o Stuart<

RATE: Five floors, tile bath and windows _' "", .\<,'. ,' .... ,< TRUSSES elastic stockings: and assume mortgage. Call 287- >cdnx>m homes. High cl : 1"11I1" Indnn News 2 27 ((96))
J: mica kitchen, carport utility 1 knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart ((1871-) 2-27 ((90)) Walking\ distance to hh Drive Unobstructed -
word minimum BOVTS&SIRYICLS: 63 view
... New stove and refrigerator. Drug Corp. tf ((181RF'ORD ; ---- --- tlO,9X( and $1 .900. \ The 1.m11 1 1 population. declined)
ton $100 (for up ; Electric Central heat. waaaa !i s .k land Permit- > is.600,000
" average words) 287-5055. 2-13 ( ) 1 OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED Player records.: MovieCamera house- Terms Close in Stuart. down payment AT7-0914 ( ) acre submerged I roni I 1440' lo 196(1 I )
CAPITAL '. exterior Iwo twin-sized bed
-- Phone AT 7-5 149, evening!. -- ---- ---
word, count as two We have pare for all ; Ncgctahle, Juicer: Bir- 'f LARGE building lots cl" living room with fireplace _.,
popular makes. Can test your coil B-Q. Grille, Miscellaneous book; ((90)) : ; : : daas55amolmnr.r./arus
FOR RENT OR SALE bath with tub and show
let.
-- ---- Paved streets
White space and condenser. Ulincr Motors Dial Suits 40-42.: China, linen; other REAL ESTATE: : I OR SALE 191traaerare
within ad will be I ,.,. items. Telephone 14h3647. TRAM I'R Iola. 47'nSO $25 I tcusonuhlc Owner Wrote Storage overhead with hopper ..
AT 7-3355. Your Bargains: _,
Friendly Dodge c/o ,) and shower Circular e Rq >!;;:;:r .I.U1 elIII
down. $13.14 monthly Call AT Stuart New Phone
number of words ( 2-H (78)
$50.000-homc.( ) On the river. Dealer tf ((63))
72XIttftei 6 2-13 ((90)) ( ) y. One minute to Jensen 1
the --- -- ----- pm. SjW
be printed in take $10,000 I loss. Can be --- ------ ,
'- -- Two minutes to Ocean
25 cents per line. ed and rent applied toward AUTHORIZED: Johnson Dealer NOW SHIPPING; True-ripened fOR Saleulerfront' ; ORT Sl Tueie I i I47 W. I Near churches. markets. MORTGAGES
"Display chase Phone AT 7-4133 da> Complete Sales, Service, Parts. Indian River Fruit Pecan Candy view best location North gorgeous River Vista Blvd Unfurnished ,' bank post office, meli-

, application. I _AT__7-3025 evenings_. ____tf ( ) Ii Good Motors.selection Expert of dependable Factory-Trainee Used Coconut, Jelly.Heads Honey. Orange, Cilaicd I trees Fruits, Tobacco -, Shores. Owner 287-1637 I room house I IlIrllo living center, Attached gartge ulil- 25 YIJAR TERM
; '' If dining uren Utility room Owner P. O
} t These are cash i NEW low price. Owner Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT A Hlossom I'erlume. Alligators ((9(1)) d porch' arporte plus ) area 892, Awnings Jensen Beach. I'la, Tel NEW: AM EXISTING
brought or mailed sell. Three bedroom two ; 'I MOTOR SALES lee 440 Rt. 707 ((Caimans): COM'RUT: PATIO
HOME: located In Stuart 461-6219 ( ) IIOMKSC
near
News with payment ; unfurnished, all electric home I' in Rio, AT 7-P944: tf ((63)) !oUI'PIIES. Oriental Umerns' ---- -_ 2-11 ((90))
: schools 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, ---- -
Stuart News mail lot in Pine Manor. Move I Budduhs. I no Dogs.ir Gods, ccntril 1 airconditionmg and beating XR Sale: C US Duplex! -tory frame house for $W R. Ashley Mis. Broker
listed in the Stuart day Call 287-4604. 2-20 ( ) FOR SALE: Complete line of Bird. Baths Fountains, liean Pots (' ttbout two blocks from\ I 'bought!! ) and moved by March Taylor Ashley
omplete sprinkler system
tory you can place I Marine Supplies. Marine Paints irdmercs, Religious Statues, Grottov ioti.il Bunk Terms. !Phone
4-8
i I Call 287-267 between
III" "" I Call AT 7 053 1. tf ((90))
phone Dial i Marine Hardware-everything for Fish Wall Decorations, I 11111 M'Jcveningi. ( ( ) 2.U ((9(1)) 630 COUR\IO AVENUE
ay "1 want to place IIELP WANTED your boat. Whmcar Boat Works, and Joke Novelties. Come NOW to SP:\RM.INcThwne', NortTRivcr -. - -- .-- --- AT 7.2140
.L n Port Sewill. tf ((63) AldOZZINI RUn & PA1IO Shores, 1 hree bedroomi two tile !SMAI 1 L rooming houn1 I ) : property in the heart U (Ill)
cf !SHOP, U. S. No I I. Ilohc Sound. hIthl'enlrnl heat, uircondilioninii yard Suitable !for 1\1110111 Stuart Iwo duplexes and one
BREAKFAST cook. $50 for FOR Sale 26-ft. Chris Craft 2.13 ((78)) ., | aluminum ing business, etc $).('HII) across from Marlin Conn
awningsand
1"1. piilio
Give your mail day week to start. All ('rwscr. Outriggers automatic | alince' like rent Rooms School (I'ltonc Owner 1K7-
;" well as your and vacation.. ALSO: bilge II rump, galley: head. Sleeps 4. J to.-. scorns shutters lot. 1 large with, "hatv."ell than. pay for place (rood! .: 2-20 (I'JO)) Reduced to $11,900
\ ber In your ", wanted $30 week and tips. four Loaded with many other Wanted lo Buy Misc.! "' ) 81 landscaped sprinklers tired I couple who wish to --- -----------
ia art News has have transportation. Answer extras $1600) ) Phone AT 7-1252: Jut nished unfurnished. they have and still live / 3 HH DROO11\ |I' > BATA,
r l .A.
out-of-btate Poor Bob'i, Jensen .1.30 (63) Owner Telephone 2K7-4K45 or '. 171. I ('not 11O11E:. 95x122 I 1 1'1. Lot..
person alter pm. t! ( ) III) Write n.S, Mum/I k" (Offered Mkc.
____ WANT the best for 2S7 1279 tf ((90))
are best tf ( ) price your Access lo SI, iiile,
your for real e -.------ $4200() monthly will buy this 18- car? Call Ralph Bates at 287- ---- --- u. .. __ __ 2-) ( ) II ....A I
rentals pects boats SECRETARY wanted for foot Thompson 60 h.p. new 1214. Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ((81)) 28 lots in Illock I, Northwood .. elawomasa +w.4ewx
i \ in town. Typing and motor fully equipped A-l condi- ------ -'- !Subdivision lots of large pine IRVIIrRS A SlrR\ICIS YOUR LOVED ONES $11,5(10( ()
gardening trees. 11'1 ices. quired. Good starting salary. tion Coast, Guard inspected 1 Lots FOUR to six bar stools Contemporary 1 S T.. P O Box 395, (' per Coral .IesiwwwL55r',' MARBLE, GRANITEOR
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awe55 r
f AT 74)244) between\ a.m. of extras deck chairs l lishinj sectional set hoimi rubber h : i upc 1-19 : BRONZE 2 ntimooM( BUU1'IIS;
33904.)
5 p.m. 2.13 ( ) gear and poles, with full canvas. occasional chairs; C best of -- ----- --((901-) ll\lWt( ( 1'1. lot Jensen Bench
--- $1,150 cash or responsible party drawers. (Child desk\ chair chiffonier FOR( Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft waterfront MARKERS Mie' urea
REGULAR WAITRESS-morning shift. can take my note over at hank and toy chest. AT 7-.';n7. loU IIi/" and dry 1964
work. Powell's Diner Tel. Bruce S. Fishnhol Trailer 2.20 (181)) The Symbol of Your LOT
I (Numbers over Morse, Sac, dace ut $29 a foot A I 17-
play classified ads, 7-9708 __ 2-13. ( ) Park Stuart. 2-20 ((63)TRAILFRS ) --- -- 2593. tf ((90)) (111)s. you want a monument $7,5H( ()
-- --- --- CASH tor
good sire
after the end of the REGISTERED nurse for "re.... .....a "oW' t ""wen us' "w.m"111 regulation -' Mobile or simple dignified ,SMVIL 2 RI.IROO>M-AlumIn .
pool table (Phono 2117-240.\ alt I OK Nile: In J Palm ( ity 1 bedroom
I numerical order. Be al work on Jupiter Island & SERVICES: 68 er 7 p.m. 2-13 ((81)) CBS home in good 1 eondi we will design It In un- u MI kldiiiK, I huiii J air
in both places.) R S. Sevcr'on, Jupiter Island! I At Popular stone as the symbol 1I"dUlonl'r.
lion Partly furnished Ids I slheiVilliuim '
U :!II ;au III Il "'
Hobc 546-2617 for love for a dear one
Sound your
8x32 Trailer with Twin Real Ehtule For Sale \ swimming pool., I Price
FOR RENT Roycraft 90 '
view 2.20 ( ) Beds New aluminum awnings SH.VH). Cull 287<4(>2. II (YO))) SPECIAL ( ,\ '\ Stuart Services Waterfront Lots
FOR RENT OR S -- --- ------ IILJIWI r
WANTED TO WAITRESS wanted Apply in New refrigerator urmshed Excellent BY owner, nice corner lot Jensen LOT I Mxll) ( .. J Paid. --$laitk) lieyon Sund)'. IN overta'ked on I Kenneth S. Slimmed
CUunil IM I( > ft.
!son Seymour's Inn two condition 1400. Kith- 11 I don Ih make '(,3 niiMKI travel 'I Imllvra. I 011 water
want M (
Beach 75x140(). please 7-1477 .3101
tumlihorhooil 1407 AT
HELP WANTED north6f MCnserTBtach"/\ burg, Rivenide Trailer Park 2nd new ;; or lrlu'd from $''.tHIII)() to $6,000.
ol'li'r C Driv1?, Hibiscus It'lf ..
close in. paved cash or me an >prc s or trade any fair It (suit
Employment 2-M ( ) !Street Jensen Beach. Park John Miilhollund, 204
terms low $1,450. Further information I
Business WANTED- : Caretaker for 2.13 ((68)" ) Oliver Shall 1425 So. MtHmuchie. Road Moonichic N LP OR BOIlLrl) a.., -. ., I'V..amr uM- I1

Lost & FOUND of Refuge Museum. Living ji 'RiEIiS-tailcr.: ; 35x8 with i Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale/ J. _. ... 2-13 ((90)) Sale, Misiellune 178 Hoyt C. Murphy
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SCHOOLS rok"I ters provided with salary-6 (5'I 22x10 I insulated cabana furnished M (IJO( )
FOR Sale High wooded. 'lot 100( I Uk. ".'.. s..i ..-_ aian.sdr
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SPECIAL 7 nights Must he Fully landscaped many extras. sirs./ser55wenl55eaea s aa w.isrdrnleanalr I by Hilt) on canal in North River HID Buy, Sell, Trade -_ REALTOR[
USED CARS Inclined, preferably single, Located at Anchorage In Rio, Reasonable FOR RENT 135 Shores Joe J Pcnrod!. liox 242 Stuart Accept on Consignment
clean, and have own Call 287.3633. 2.13 ((68)) I AT 7-)661.I 2.'M ('.lei))) Used 'hllller.COlE tle'M aN M South AI6, Ji-iisrn Beach
NEW CARS tion. Interview will be held ": .,- / A I I' 7.3340
BOATS & day afternoon Feb. 13. at f'o-li-s.;; 1963 Skyline l trailer 1II"t.-- : our AND WNA.I.IR- It '(ten)

TRAILERS Si: House of Refuge Museum 10x50 with 10x10 aluminum awning '. I FOR HI.NT 135akarsr'wrrwrAar "SANDY" OR nON
Services Offered !\ 2:00: pm on. Or write Box $4.000()( Earl Huff. Sk)lineCourL -
Jensen Beach 2-11 ((68))
PLANTS & Stuart--.- -.-2.13- ( ) Fur The Best Deal In CASA RIO BADGOCK

For Sale, !\Il EXPERIENCED Hairdresser. Service"-- -Offered, Mbc.-71 11)1) 111 ,rB/ ip iR ,I Ir EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS County & MOTOR SALES,.Inc:
Wanted To Buy '.!% ter's 38 E. Osccola: (tl'' a..5. To' III. AT .0tN4U'11 Furnished
MOVING & 0800()) tf ( ) ___ LI r IaN) a

WISCONSIN, Bnggs Stratton
SANDY'STRAILER I
Real Estate Fear Clinton and Lauson AIR --- -- ----- MODEL HOME
IN DEBT?
Real Estate Wanted COOLED ENGINES in stock and ON PARK & i IIORSKSHOU
parts and men who know how to
.. a lot A little of difference.more money Easy repair them. ULMER MOTORS"or" a THE ST. LUCIEOne 287.5788 I GUN SHOP Open Daily P.M..
FOR RENT: Dial AT 7-3355, Your Friendly -
nified part or full time ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS 1 Mile N. of Stuart on U I Itl I
provides good extra Dodge Dealer. tf ((71)) and two-room efflilencln.Spnrloii I line of Coin and 'Til 4:30: P.M.

BEAUTIFUL Write Avon Manager P HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor, shaded grounds -- ---- --- -- and Accemorlea in
beds New home. Box 2427, Vero Beach, Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, Parking lot. Bunt Dink. :. a AMtiso, PM. Won.S.tI
vate baths 2.13 ( ) cut trees. Fence posts' and pilingsfor I ni mAsi' OCEA1' BflllEVARU Shuffleboard. TV and LoungeWeek Service Offered, Mkc."' : .

Plenty of parking ........... r'r.'1 i sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT BOVlliKtlWINU TVJiHT.: rionin AI''RT'IIIiNTI : I IIF 4 P M iund.yCi..d Legion HeightsSee
287-2589. ( ) Employment Wanted 71401. tf (71)) Bounce. A ntTiiHCrrLtCIIOtlll Month Year TfcuriJar IS Now
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) Cut ITS 404-0744
THREE room and ..- BETTER Building by Bishop re- RKAIONABI.H! HATKI 624 Sr. IUC1E CRESCENT: : JOHN'S 1 I Ono mil N. .1 Pert SI. Limo The

apartment Pool .pp : FIFTEEN years small office pairing and remodeling Willb TV LUINUIO" SI UAH f, ILORIIUTelcphonei BODY Tf HIS*

ileges.Salerno Adults only ) keeping i experience ( ) lot u i 11 Terms I d complete can be home arranged on Free ntklr .......1! w r..rl, 287-9H12( Complete Bodywork & -.. "VALLEYFOIlGH"
Port H lave letter of
Estimates AT 7-5840. tf ((71))) W. T. FACET, Mgr F. E. WOOD, Manager Quality Work I
Part time or full time. U (fill) I 184
AT 73584 C A STORAGE
Monterey
MODERN .
resident. AT 70570. tf ( ) RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service 01. "T C-SIRS it ahsl i
tf
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bedroom Adults ...
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Seminole Ph. AT 7-I ( ) NURSE available for any C Cleaning repairing YWimIMWlMrxwaW ""Arl ; fua IpG oItov. a Colonial Styled
drain fields repaired and re-laid !
----- full time. Reliable
or part EXPECTING COMPANY?
BEDROOM kitchen HO 15340. 2.13 ( ) Dial AT 7-06'I.AT 79862. tf(7l) Home with
WONDER WIIFRE: 'VOU'RK; GOING 1O BED IIIKM: DOWN
Adults $50 a wo s.f aAVsuwwasvroaA. WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE! T 1
2902.. ( ) Business BALANCING with Bear Equip- Call us and slop worrying!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere( i iAT I/III 3 BtDROOM
---- --- Opportunities ment by trained mechanic will pay that will surpass.. all but your own A ((Twin' MM)
TWO bedroom hou! ..._1.-. ...,/ for itself in tire wear. We have the CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGER aeuaaLLMu.
2 IILIT B.\ ROOMS
111
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1 Very clean. FULLY equipped small \ equipment and men. Your friendly T .k and StorageGOING
Now Available for'our Sleeping I Comfort!
C arportc. Call after
for sale. May be worked Dodge dealer. ULMER MO- tt55vtcL3q
WEST? DOUBLE! SIZED UXStTSFtlL
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0768 ( ) or part time. Reasonable \ TORS or Dial AT 7-3355 tf ((7n) Niagara "yd.\I..hIIle! |: Unlit In Our Bed loaded van, have space for
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mcnt. Phone AT 7-0983) tf ( ) ------- DINING ROOM
Marble" size horn.
i FURNISHED two TERRAZZO Tile and South wind Motel furnishing
with swimming IF you are looking for a nice ;;;; : W H. Wagner Co. AT 7.4880 AT 7-0878 I LIVING RKM '6'5" i: 14'

6',', ed porch. Call AT ern home and 6-year e :. or AT 71696. tf ((71)) VS. NO. 1 STUART lELLPIIONEt 287-))773U ge. Innrfer and Storage LARGE irniirv ROOMtNIRVNCK !
( ) ed business m lovely >spot. -" :- llll 500 fluclcf A fe.a. 'I
HARDWARE Sale Yes all hard 7-2341
for details Non-confining. ,, ( U ((1S4) I : I'OKCIIMODrRN '
Box ware now at low sale pricesHerxlry's I
staying in town retiring. ---- --- -- --- -- -- ---- Klll'UENU HI
Jensen Beach. Florida. 2.13 ( ) Trading Center opposite ... ,
1ItIIoiIWt'! dilaL "" v e W'.M.IIiiIIII 1" AI'IH' l
I Tri-County Gas, Golden Gate BRKAkFASC B\R
tf (71)) itRVICKS: : OFFERED, MISC. 171

SPECIAL NOTICES U 4 Iwlwr w w 111r1' ,-. ., .. .' r s........".... to iItIlWMJII LARGE: PI.AMH wr

WANT -.w.M U nn. : PLANTS & S" WCES 75 IVCILDrl:
ALCOHOLIC A NON Y MO

meets at 8:30 p.m. every Income Tax Returns Preparedby rOR
nesday at the Community PLANTS Fastest growing nursery
Jensen Beach. For : In Martin County. 10 acres $12,500.00

Phone AT 73332. tf ) plants. Pelican Nursery, Loop
Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT 7- I Low as $600 Down
WANT the best price for your 1918. tf (75) 1
Call Ralph Bates at aT,4 a.; 1

Merkle Moton, Inc. tf_( ) AZALEAS Camellias Gardenias';
CORP. VARIETY Palms SI and up. JOHN L. MERRILLTAX Sam RhodesConstruction
ELECTROLUX PAPAYA Banana Lychee, Man
tunity for the right man to Carambola, Peach
FLEETS INN >
ble his present earnings. Call Macadamia Nut, Citrus. VISIT Apprmd by 1 CONSULTANT
Clark AT 7-0143 tf ( ) Enders Nuncry, White City.

lENDRY'S Trading Center);; 2.27 ((75)) Luxury'Waterfront n" Inc.

Sule on all fishing tackle. r APARTMENT MOTEL Enrolled: 1'" Practice Before 'I be Internal Revenue Service

d AIA In Golden Gate SALE.: Miscellaneous 78 .
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Dial Tn-County: Gas. f(( )) JENSEN BEACH, ILORIDV PO. Box 824, Jensen Beach,
I Cindy .i.. I ...._ A.wh.t.. '. MIU. fr.,. FniMM Lmforrt (..MM.j Corner 5th and Broad Florida
with SALE On all at II.n.L c_ .. ri hln.. alas
clean easier : appliances now 0.5'l.ew .I BrM > G.ICw..0 rn
ask 1.1.& W. ,. .P..l. TV Iea.l.d EACH UNIT
and III urw.r. i.s.l. IM Park Jensen Beach
reduced Trading Ocean Breeze
Blue Lustre Electric prices at Hendry's PMONt 287-5566 Phil Baker, Sales !Manager
only $1 I per day Hartman- / Center opposite Tri-County tr ((111)i 5.11 171)) i.u (lit)
Want .t\d : FurmWe. MJ ( in Golden GateU- (78)) i i.





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NtW H. 1 1964 1' uaium 1'\\1'r m i (thl' r'lm f, p'I '"? i"I I lc.' "Im" i '1JlIJO){ [()(000 horsr 01\RI rc; n ZIRNTTS I LOCKS rOR fOTKrRS4T
'-B TlIC STUART (Ha 1 llmrsduj rtlmian I lilt NEW SCHOOL
-. --.1 Real Estate For Sale 190 trie-tors. trucks, and stationarvin pnwcr 'twice that used: hAmen.. IN MEDITERRNEAN
i II'
1..1 H. Zarnits hoilcrmanlirenmn The school (hoard) has moved
( harlet
I I on farms the U. S can inelustnen combination lock
.. / USN, on of Mr. and purchase W- ,
tlgrht-, t 1 ... '" m1 Mrs (' L. Zaniii! of Stuart t is from Contractors Sp cialt\ Coin,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 'serving aboard the guided missile puny of North Miami for ,install i
FT. .... ... cruiser! USS Albunv. operating out lion on new lockers at .the Martin
$$155 PER .- swr wwon'i aaNAx sa"'nw Senior High School. The
OR RENT'Just 1 of Norfolk Va. currently assigned County ,
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to the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean lock cost $24) each installs
l Home in Kroaduay are.. The .ship recently --
Completed
OCEAN TO RIVER FOR SALE visited Bircelona, Spain: Naples, Three million Mexican Indians
Section Near Shopping and Schools Italy: and Palma de Mallorca, speak only their tnhil linginj.enot

525 Madison Avenue Good depth and high protected ground, no 3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEERIVER Spam ----Spanish-. ---
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2 LARGE BrDROOMS UTILITY RKM I erosion. Full price $11,600. I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
1> I'IiGRt: :,V ,-"
AWNING TYPE WINDOWS I '-J
FRONTAGE
TFRRA7/-O FLOORS LA'oonsnptnUIn'RIC :

HFAF QtJUIIV KILT KIKIIIN I 40 Acres Waterfront I .",. "'!f! :, :::

NO Cl-OSINfi (OSIS s.--
LARGE: CLOUTS: 360 ACRESI _.- .--

This is a well built home at a LOW price $$1,000 Per Acre I rORIATlO'rll.: to "" .,. i.'s". .-, .. -'"-"Il.-- --.;t -' --.-: -
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Small Down Payment :
i High well drained land with excellent VINCE NELSONBOX .rt
Financing ArrangedBuy
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Close in. Terms Cash down. gl1. t, '
road. or VL
: Direct from Owner and SAVE : ]122, JUPITER, FL 1PRINCIPALS I ,1 1 I .
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ART RUHNKE tf (Ito)
$$26,500RIVERFRONT
Phone 287-Oft7 612 Colorado Avenue
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OPEN
4 Bedroom
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BUY A HIGH DRY ; / ILCINDIi I the former Carnegie estate! Beautiful new
Brand new beauty on the wide St. Lucie home, in good .taste, by SA1INUAF 1 BUI.DIRS, with the
HOW IS YOUR I River-Beautiful view from all windows. following features' 2 large bedroom, 2 bath (master' bath
with double sink, hanging mirrors, dressing room), extra large
I If f want the finest at real bargain RESIDENTIAL LOT GF kitchen, In-
you a living area, with loggia: and lanla, complete
R. I. Q. ? I price. Don't miss this one! eluding refrigerator, all deluxe appliances. Nutone System
I.,urge garage.: Central heal and air-conditioning. 23J8 square|
Real Estate Intelligence Quotient) For \ fett On a beautiful. homeslle, with many natural trees.
( II
: i Ideal Corner Business LocationAs Little As$500 $23,750

It doesn't require a crystal ball .to find nut what's going on In real
estate' In Martin ('olin'')', Low As $15,000 I. 3 BFDROOMS, 2 baths large living room, dining( area G.F,
All you need 'lo do h look arnunil and nee for yourself whal'i Build and Live TOTAL PRICE kitchen, pantry, large screened patio. Anew: : In Si'. I mle
happening. Ask Us! )'orlllllf' Clad You Did! River, I Double carporle, extra Moragc.. $23,750.
What ban happened I''l'rn'lyIIho'' I In happening now and what' IN GOLDEN GATE 2. JUST RIDtCFD! settling an estate on Sewalls Point'.
: b going to happen In this area, offer you the Investor a genuine Iwo bedroom CBS custom built home, like new large: living
opportunity lo Invest' with' a high: expectancy for Mgnlfleanl capital I LOCATED 5 MINUTF.S AWAY FROM: COUNTY'S area, separate dining room. Completely furnished on a
Ruins II I lion OKelfand S\ I>"I'RII' PARK UtE BO\T VDNCIIING large lot', with ''rt'n. Immediate occupancy $22,500.
!J 3. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BVIII CBS limit: All electric: Almostnew

Ask Us For Details On Our Present : Company Beautiful residential subdivision, $20,900.

I 9(10( ) Colorado Ave, (arrow from 1st National Dank) SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR 4. 3 BFDROOM, 2 BVIII 110\I F., 4 years old. Biilkluailiil.
: Recommendations. dock $27, OO.
AT 7.2500 AT 7-3280) AT 7-4121 620 COLORADO AVFNUE! SIUART, PHONE AT 7.0966 '.
DON O'KrLLY: or BOB \MLIIVMS: (:Next 'to 1 he Prescription Shop) On Ilutchinson Island
100'-4000' ocean .lo river. llutchinson Island '.'1 Flung I' (1AO
100'.1000' U.S. No. I Commercial Frontage .-- -. 1,000 FEET from Ocean .to Indian River, with. paved road
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Walrr !soon 'lo be available $225 per front foot.
10 ACR'IOOO Acre* for development, clime ln.
ESTATE
100-10,000 Acre of Cllru* Land I RIVERFRONT If you are nut of town write for our area maps and NewsletterLotkhart .
10 excellent. business opportunities I FACING THE INLET I I Realty, Scwall's Point, Jensen Beach, FloridaLOCKHART

5 Income Properties! FOR SALE I II .

IF COSTS NO MORF. TO GET EXPIRE 1,300' WAlrRrRONT.: Cleared and ready for building. Zoned I { ,REALTY; :
REAl \SIA TK C'ONSUIT' ION !MOIH! : ,, HOIrL MMUNA AND APAR r\II''I'IS.: :: Appro l. 200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful '
mutely 701)) rood '".nlllle, $200,00 ft. Excellent: terms I' '
: per Broad St. Lucie River ''SEWAltS' 11,0 I tT 'A T"7" t 771' ,


M. P. NELSON INFLATION HEDGE .f IUO)
: Within City Limits of StuartCity .
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REALTOR I 701) ACRrS. C.roveland section of Martin County. Over 1'i Water
miles road frontage $22000 per aire.: Good term An Florida Home
M. R. (RONNY: ) NELSON, ASSOCIATE I Original

325 E. OCEAN BLVD. SIUART, HORIJPiton, 287.3566 I Well Kept and Spacious R. V. Johnson

MEMBER MULTIPLE.IISFING SERVICE RIVERFRONT ESTATE
I : Nice Guest Cottage .
"I 17 (19n( ) I REALTORFIRST

7 ItrDKOOMS, 4 IIVIMS. Powder room Marbleand hard- Property 1 Has Depth Over 400 Ft.
wad! floors. Mald'i quarters' with separate bath. Filtered swimmlng I Well Landscaped With I FEDERAL BLDG, "'
pad abunii Shower and steam rooms 2 bedroom
apartment over 3 car garage Furnished ('uslom-huilt furniture Large Lawns and Many AT 7.3366BUSINESS
St. Lucie Inlet Harbor Sbowpluee landscaping' with 60\ varieties of palm and other Beautiful Trees and Plants I
i Iropleiil plantings. large dock, deep water. Shown by appointment OPPORTUNITY

I I only please Priced To Sell $$29,950.00

On the east side of Rocky Point, RESIDENCES I AT 7.2607 See Your Agent' or Phone AT 73232tf SMALL Martin and BUSINESS Palm Beach, Franchises County. $10,000 for


right at the inlet. Fishing in the Indian I I ((190)ARBOGAST will handle.

CDS I'URN IS!II D waterfront home. 2 bedroom Hi baths.. -
Cas; hell I. I'Ireplucc, awning windows, lcm /o floors, attached I RESTAURANT AND SUNDRY, well
River in your own private garage.: Plus bout' and .trailer and 25 liP motor. A lovely home stocked, very good location.
$2J,500OO.I'll ( I
i C. B. JENSEN Small business (for sale. Good
harbor.Each \ UN AMI I n luxury home. CBS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths
Central' heal and air conditioning\ loridu room and screened location.
laniil. 2 refrigerators' dishwasher, stove and oven, washer and REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925 i
I
NO FINANCING ('11RC tS.: Great home
clrjir. family INCOME PROPERTY
lot owner enjoys the private boat $23.500.011.( : 252 Osceola Avenue, StuartAT 7.0.440I fj fjcoml'r
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ramp, a waterfront park, jour own concrete I VV .IINYMH. IIOMF: 4'/4% loan. No financing/ costs.' I PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING PORT SU lot FRNO-2$25,000.00.: )bedroom home plus 4 ,..nllllllllil large ,
(US 2 bedrooms, I bath. Corner lot, close 'to schools, screened -
pier and many other extras at no ; Our Best Buy -' --
hree/eway, city water' newly deioratrd. Attractive design. 8 UNI IS 4-2 bedrooms! 4-1 bedroom All unit facing
additional cost. Large lots from $2,500 to I $I n,200IIO.) I 1,000 Acres Ranch Land water, heal and air conditioned. very best. of location mid all are

$9,200. Only 10%/ down Write for map, In like new condition.

$127.50 per acre 3 IIOUSFS PLUS I F.XTR.1.0T 2-2 bedroom I I-I bed-
or in and the subdivision.
stop see Only
ROLAND G. LUEDER room. These rental units are In a nice location and are on yearly
40 lots. Also-a new 2 bedroom, 1 !/:! bathhouse County Road Frontage rental basis mated on Riverside I>rl". Priced at 2065000.)

by David Shenandoah, with the lot, Requires Very Little Clearing HOMES'

central air REALTOR EXCELLENT TOP SOIL
conditioning, etc, $15,000. '
i\ LAND ALSO APPROVED FOR JENSEN 2 BEDROOM I Ike new condition. Nicely
landscaped 2 utility rooms, CBS construction, Gas! heat, AwnIngs .
CITRUS / Ihi home k priced right at 11900.
ROGER M. SKILLMANBOX 729 COI.\DOAVF.. FjKgl) PHONE AT ,.""
I Our Rest Buy GOI.DEN GATE 2 BEDROOM 1 Bath. large Fla. room
I Included are 3 extra lots for only $1.OOO.OIl.)
2287, DELRAY REACH[
STUART FLORIDA
JENSEN I 2 BEDROOM: and 1 1 bedroom cottage: ,
No More Promises-It Is Now Complete. MrMBFR: MULTIPLE LISTING: St'R'ICEJ '. '1an) HOMES I Furnished" Good rental. location for only $10,90000

_. I IS (11M) I ,; 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath plus 2 cottages all furnished, Very
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-- AMONG: : TIIF P\LM OF NORTH RIVER SIIORFS Is this nice i good location Priced at $1'7,000.00.

Three Bedroom Two Bath home Spacious Living Room NORTH RIVER SHORES-W'alerfront, 2 bedroom-2 ceramic
I I C. O. RAINEY-Realtor I II with. Sliding Glass Doors lo Ihe Patio and Screened Porch baths, Large living room, Enclosed porch Boat slip Central heat
Double Carport I Hurrkane Awnings- Central Heal Trulya and air conditioning Extra large lot, all for only $49SOO.00.
line Home for ONLY $22.500.tuve! Right Inn! i


LOTS I I ACREAGE I I L SPECIALS TIIF UISF 01.1) OWL will appreciate the Beauty, Convenienceand WATERFRONT LOTS
I t tI.
\Yaterfronl of thin Excellent Home In the City I12x 100' NEAR NEW HIGH SCHOOL $4,00000
INS ft. loOt Three Bedrooms Two Baths." Central Gas
1. WATFRFRONI In North. River Shores I. 4000 AtRLS Certified survey shims 2 BrDROOM 2 B.\111 Hater Heat' Separate Air-Conditioners Screened Porch Beautifully 85-X175' HIGH ELEVATION, So. Jensen, on river $7,000,00
with river frontage' of 125'. Our best buy "among finest' ellrus, land' in Horldu front' home on St. Ladle River W ulk- Furnished. too!-Total Only $28,000-Onrr1111I finance. 100'x270' :ISO. RIVFR SHORES
TV best view $10,000. Excellent access Prinelpak only lug distance to Golf Course Recent 57,000.00
$650 acre widow very aniloiw. lo dell. Imnicdiutemcupancy 1962 CBS CORNIR LOT SPECIAL: Owner transferred. -
2. SOUTH FORK \IIa'rrrrun.I"lllIh boat 2. 400 ACRES Fast. .. of Turnpike $29,800. Three Bedroom.'Iwo I Baths'lie I Roof (losed Garage ACREAGE
basin IOO'x2W( $5,000.) 2. 4 BH>RHM 2 81111Near! nMhools Fenced
Backyard Screened Porch Central Heal Total
Fenced: Suitable for pasture Subdivision SEVERAL CHOICE TR\CTS TO CHOOSF
FROM
.... Churches Library .16' only $19.500 Terms can be arranged.See .
3. WATER PRIVIILGr:, with. duck, 80' Industry \In. 2 miles lorlda room with. inside barbecue _
Manatee road frontage $..sO acre IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE
lots hi Pond $1,800.RENTALS W III consider rental-I:xcellent value al .
3. 325 ACRES: Close-In Only I mile $24.500.)
.to Palm City Bridge: High.: I Dry 3. VACATION COITACE Just I stop' I NORTH RIVER SHORES
3 BEDROOM IOCS I $125 Month Cleared 1 mile on No. 714 $1250 lo the water One Bedroom lovely I NORTH RIVER FOREST
OFFICECOtORAM) A\L. $100 mu. tare. !'lIchtn and 11I1ntt-BIII1IHln 1 al $7,9(10.( I RIVER RIDGE R. V. JohnsonREALTOR

I STUARrS LEADING I WATERFRONT: COMMUNITIES: :
508 COLORADO AVENUE PHIL DORUN BOB SIMMONS DIAL ATbntk 7-2262

STUART. FLORIDA JUSTINE R. I..GVSSOn\rKIt MEMBER MIA I AT 7.3366
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PTA Observes On Sale Here
B.RB.R.S nf.R. ( omspondenl Ph.mr S97-24A5$ i WARRANTY DEEDS FILED I

_..' W ___"" "n"- ". __," Founders .
Day A new addition 1\' the !Senwnole -
i Inn IH u Scmmole In Jinn : I\\: :I John J Jager to Joseph I P l.ii
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Girl Scouts Are Now Working I Founders Dav' was observed tit I chickee which has been plucfd I 'ht.1 \, hncl 1\1 20 South" Jensen HciuhKsubdivlHion
the \\arfield J Parent,, Teacher Association in the corner ol 1 the dining room II". ,I. 1 SI 12.(11111( )
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On Individual meeting on Mohdav' e 'ening. -. nom tw\ khi<.kee. Indiantown' ..".,-hi.- ,\ \ ., Man. Kind Johnson to I Ihirlix
Troop Projects Mrs. Thelm.i Hifbx" mthv.ducing souvenirs such: as Scmmole Inilmn '" ; block. *". IMIm
the program hand-nude dolls, arl'1 1 :;''I' .I: ;: : : : \: ,:,; \ Msrce lot 2H.

A skating partv was, cnjoedhv badge, "My Trefoil" and heing I I The PTA image \\u\ given hy' nklrtV and other crafivwrU. Wilt ;::: :':;:. ::" ; \ I'' ''I ,I:, I lake Park Sft.MX) ).
are .
the Brownie I i Kirs. Cicorge JonJ.uMn.\: James I be sold .'.I".r."'" I Joseph Alfonso! 'M William lur-NKnvimautih 47 K. (OCI:KBI. .VI I ). \ | 7-1737
Troop recently at assisted" by Mrs Mary Jo Hoover > lot It. Coral (
the !portable roller rink Thanks i Mrs Nancy Herman is helping on Odom the und PI'!A\In.founder Vern ,*Beach, devotions spoke( Hlr Emm for the Bc-ckSrtc!.souvenirs"'ty'were arrangements .\".".III. "" dens! siibdillMort." (pU I I. SIXI(() I' Most Comfili'te Drnn .\'for<' ;/Murtin\ ( 'oOl'FN .

were extended to Mrs. Martha two r"lrolith their "HealthAid' were led h>' Rev led Lott of the I IB.IJ'ltit made with the Rev Billy OwtoUof lll\nlll; : \ I ::I: : : : ;: Coral I Oirdens I Development'Cbrporalion ( MOIHKl. S\l -> Ml \ M \III ( ha nines. Mrs. Chris Wilder. Mrs I badge. Work on the 'Bick- Church, hi* topic being the Dmln Indiin Reservation.Visitors xhloh | I to I mil Csth.tr, I ot\ |
I !m\i' >. : t V block l Coral llen'lIh- M\U\t) H \ M.-li: Ml I'M ', fl w PM
"Home, und the room ctxint wan '
Bernice Allen Mrs. Thclma Higby yard Fun1 badge I is done through Indian- :: :: '
rtemj passing .,. ; ; )
won M' Mrs. Martha Martin andMn | 1 divisiortt\ plat 2 SI.RIN
and Mrs. Bill Myers who provided under the leadership! of Mn. Fran I town for l long, time nave been :nl:i. > 1 \ Ihnrlc M W II '
Bernice Varvllle t iiven Wag-
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refreshments. I Waddcll Ihcse badges; tram Ihe The PTA i i. looking for a salaried asking. where\\ hal they"bolter could place buy to souvenirs buy Robert I ncr (ompiiny I'nrjpeftv in section |
On Mondav. Fch 1. the Brownies I girls for future (projects in scouting plu\'ground supervisor Any Indum souvenir* than in In.Jian.I."n" T Seory 21!, township '? H., range. 41 F.
worked on their Valentine Interest I 1lI.!()
par- one interested in t h 11 position ? I 1 ,
l\ plans and projects. Mrs. C harlcsBrill The Cadelte Girl Scouts are should contact 1'.1.1\ Thomas1, or ,I' cic Inlet. I Rene I IcKmiJc( to 1 nhcl) Cir- :
provided the refreshments. I' learning the seven basic skills to : Mrs. Rohcrt Nickle KVS: DKVIFKS: DINK I H. | l son I lot 1*. Mobile Homo (>ar- I
The Junior Girl Scouts have 1: prepare( themselves for a camping For this year's project the PTA Coral I I dens. tl I.MM). I II
dealers had their nnnn.1l 1
Gas \
begun work on : trip to take. place! sometime in voted to buy film ', to he used t oral ( I loins I e Rouch' llcnrv: IcRnurcs '-
Two patrols .. I'roficienchadlle"1 the (spring I' as teacher aids. 'Irj' more pl.iv- dinner nl the Semmolc Inn served I'hllr.1d.IY lit III.) I t ols 2 BIH| 27, Mobile
und
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..,....- The spacious cabinet which was I {round equipment( members evening Irani Fort Pierce VcroBench. .I rmil I l /, I 1.. : 1 Home (iirdi-ns, $100'. I II

REAL TST\TEIOkS\LE 190 (purchased hv Ihe Girl Scout foundilion A nominating committee of Mr. Sliiarlest< Palm llcnch. .llI.) I I Robert, Alston .to tiiwicn Tchango *- '
in Indiantown with money I Helen 1 holn.In.. !M.iry Jo and Belle Cil.ide. Fstates < Inc. I 101,7 U> 12 inclusive
donated by the American Legion I Hoover und Mrs. Alice Carter, will Guest speukcr. for the dinner I'r.k" I block 2, film Height*. $1.200M 1 1l.lnninill.
has arrived and has been put to present a slate of olliccrs for the was ('. E. Bennett of Fort Pierce llotiscr. I I. Keen ft nl to .\\'ntvn -
$795 Gash and good 1 use by all three troops. next >car on March 2Mtisic who shovsctl l slides of a world. tour. First llotver. lot I 31 and 12. block. I

$110 Per Month l Mrs. Nancy Herman attended Sana ( ,,9. plat A. lmli nto,,". $4 5tX) >. I IR
n luncheon m West Palm Beach Recital leilA \ IMRSONUSMiss .to ) I i I L Chastim to HcoriJe P
Buys new ililuxe 2-hfdrnom 2- as a representative for the Indian-: south I \ i Caiilkin, Jr, Property in sections I
bath CBS home. Central heal town area to learn about the Girl, t Dunklin Memorial i Joan C o\CII. a 1\J graduate I Shores.h' I I. ( (: 1 12. I IV 24 and 21, township 41)S.
Seoul cookie sales to take (place of M.irtin (ounlv High F $807.8110.
and ( 0 r I rlnj
air-eondlliiming. On spa. A music recital' ua* presented I nnd student at Palm
School now a
1 March
in I
MenmnAT i free
clous lot In !SI.' I uele Park. Ulll 1 Friday.:I Feh. 7. hv. the piano and Bench Junior College, has been .' cr.1 I :ul.i I : a r"J '
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Mrs Mary Jo Hoover announces / to rdum Mennlnger
s|rue lion
reduce prlie for substantial cash.Call I organ stmlcnts of Mrs. I oye \\il- chosen Florid Dairy, Princess for .
that Ihe information on the spring block ) and wife &lulu. 1.01 7. Si I Illcie
Owner ,\T 1.2417.. leadership courses for Girl Scout I Church liam at the (Dunklin Memorial 1964Mn. vii.'n. ',, Park NO t subdivision. $100. :,
Ilfll! ing has arrived Anyone interested Martin J. Spell) cclohritej Rlh IOU'I 1 Idwin A. Mcnnmger! Jr to F l- ,
contact her The program consisted i of five A Menmniicr Jr and wife, I II Ii
maj) her birthday on Saturday. Feb. I I. Siiiinnen" win '
tvpcs of music; art folk. (popular, with a dinner at the Semmole of ( I ida, L: I Fast; W feet of M 11. and
Two Bedroom i B\SKHB\I I, 1SH\S: national und nacredParticipating Inn with her husband and daughter "land. i .,ill of lot It block: t. IlildabradiPirk I
Tho only basketball played in I Ihe program lle-nrv 1 subdivision SI00 ,
game
I,4 acre. Fruit tree*. FniliMedgarden. this week between the Lak were Sandra Ihomas, I bvclynWright. pid Roger !\I. Skillnnn. to Eugene
Air condilioned. Underground and the was Royals The other / Linda Baker.. Gloria Skinner Miss Jciin Smiley. Miss Put I block; 47 I. : I d. Cox. lot I, revised pint' ofKmky
I ers I Susan Shire. Ro\.inntf Tnstula. Jones, and Miss Joan Gossctt have 2 and watering. Off Skjlinc I 1I.lmeere rained out Beth l.oit IXhhic ('01(. Bill all: returned to West Palm Bench: $.UOO.) Alphdnse J. Secciu to (larcnce I
l>rlve. Jensen Bcmh $9,900 1 akcr* won. 37-31. Carter. Dehhic Shires, RegcnaNVooline. where they their scipml llcim ( ', Vhlnck. I lot 19, block :20jlupitcr !( I
furnished (unfurnished) : High. scorers for the I lakers. Slarr Wall Karen lowthcr. semester at. fl""nI I Beach: : Junior : met I lot -'leqtiesta Hunt Club ('01oUV. I ,
were; Wade Barnhill. 10. and Bill I l.ind.1.III ", Beverly College no <. M-clion A. S3KHH).
Tel. 2872619On Rafferty. 11 High for the Rovals, Yodcr. Kohm Knight. yndic Hening '1 Ihe I lobe Sitund C\tmpanv toI I 5C1iRAFFT.5HEARTS
were; Rodney Besaw 10 and Mike SandraVillc.imson, Steve I Mn. Alex Ciibson visited with F ) ( I erotic Burgess. 1.\11.910 nnd 931. '
.
ncr I Gilklam, 14 OlUllhlSadie Yodcr. Sandra McAllister her daughter and familv the J LVimngs township I () block. 41. ()l>'mpiii Plat No 4.1 I
Orlando, the
of during
!.J ''''1)I ) The score was'" tied at h.ilftimc: and Sharon Skinner, (DIM( o. [
I 1414THINK. weekend C. C'. I The II.melnd Company to DELUXE FOIL HEART. Mb 4,50
1--- -- -- 2 From I Indiantown Mrs. K. L. Barrett and daughter I lots 9 Joseph( Moment Jr 1.011171 nnd ,
: Ivy I.on. and Bobby Carter division ( ) 872. Olvmpia Pint No. 4. $4V(). 'i HEARTS Mb 300
SATIN
Attend State Meet
were guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank I Frn'l 1 Ihe Hone S"unJllIrllny to I . .
(, Prevail over the weekend Brown. Howard W Preston Sr 1.01. 912
Miss Pat Jones and Miss Jean 29 plat ) I und 91). block 41. Olymplu Plat RED HEART . . 112.lb. 1,10
Smiley left Thursday. Feb 6. for of Frank
J P Prevail father No. 4. $4M 1I.)
RALPH HARTMAN, JR. Gainesville as part of group Prevail has recently been in the Joseph( I J.imes V. 1 IXBirtoKt to NVilliam 69c 1.50
of nine students selected to represent Lake Worth General Hospital\ 4 others o
27, ( (.je, hclI.m. lot :20.!( block ,
When You Think the Palm Bench Junior College 400 i section 2, North River Slw>re* subdivision.
I
Airman First Class Donnld Jones,
at a meeting of college
junior I $.1./Ol.nt'l ( .
I 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Deward Fountum -
,
journalism students in the state
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE of Third Street has finished I Federal .Savings and loan
of Florida
I lot H. < Association of Murtin C(Mintv InI
110 'E.OSCFOLA AVF. SFUART AT 74600WATERFRONT$12,990.00 J The nine students from Palm his basic training In airplane mechanics biscus I rank G l PeB.irlolo., I lot '\. block
Beach will net as hosts to this a t lackland Air Force .
I Park t7.
I year's meeting Base in San Antonio Tc*., and has, ( hi l ; 2K section 1, Hibiscus
(
Petty I : I 000
Miss been transferred to the Air I orceBisc
recently
I Smiley was pro- "
Palm ( ) i Cicrald C. llolbrook to Tosvn
moled from associate editor ol'The in Tamp i He is expected I to
1 ;: olcmun Jr An undivided
Beachcomber,"' the college visit i Indiantown, I to spend a short \ | ) send P (
interest In \0II of hieKklue
leave with his his \\ onc-h ilf "
$ weekly newspaper to managmj! 'I parentsMr liam", I $100dfraid .
editor and Mrs. MIC Roberts hud Olvcr (" Holbrook to Fugcne
as their guests Wednesday. Feb title as 1. Nliltcnbcrgcr, An undivided
At beautiful Seagate I larbor-Brand new Heart Fund Drive *. Mrs. Bobby Ihnimis. and daugh T i.I i H onc-hulf interest In prorn-rty in I
Starts / ter-m-law Betty Malhis. of Belle/ block 4 I block;:: | I M, Mn nd (leach revised j
2 bedroom-tile bath, formica kitchen and Monday Glade Lots" > ) pint No.: .2 $100)( ___

bar, carporte, air conditioned and heated. I ,, The volunteers for the Hear! :
Fund Drive in Indiantown will he
Quality construction throu hout. Many I canvassing from Monday Fch

extras. 17. to Sunda), Feh 2?.
i Chairman for the drive i is Mn

Open for inspection Dorothy Boring Other volunteers
ure Mn Vera Beach, Mn. Bernice .
I Covington, Mrs. Margie Rackly. -
Watch For M", Hetty Nickle and Mrs.
Dorothy McAllister fJWHITMAN'S

J. A. RILEY BUILDERSIGN their Anyone help wanting should contact to volunteer Mn,

llonng at ')IO Fourth Street.IPS HEARTS

A BOY
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AT 287-4748 RED FOIL HEART 2..4.S0:
and Mrs. Al York are the
,:: nl proud parents of a baby !boy weighing
eight !pounds, nine ounces, horn DON'T BE FOXY'AuhJ/ilb:; 4.25

Tuesday, evening Fch 4 at Everglade
Memorial Hospital in Pa- PASTEL HEARTS Mb. 3,75
hokee. The baby has; been named"

Extra Specials Curl Michncl PHOTO COUPON

B\BY MIOWrR IIFI I)
Do You Dial the Same Numbers Often
MM. Qumlo Varne of St In-
cie Acre* Mobile Village was the -n-: i VALENTINE COLOR i
East of Stuart.
1. 2 ACRE riverfront tract guest of honor at t baby shower \

All cleared, has fruit trees, shrubs, given by MM, Jimmy Rice at the 1 ;',
Rice residence J in St I ttcle Acres \ ENLARGEMENT SPECIAL
palms, dock, utility house and \ell. Assisting Mrs Rice wa* her mother
Mrs Sherman Francisco Coffee [ IN ATTRACTIVE DOVE GRAY STYRENE FRAME

2. RIVERFRONT CBS Home. 3 Bedroom and cake were served to the f *f no wfr colt from your 'fivorit KoJicolor Print
group of about twenty women.lRUI.AS'E .

2 tile baths, large living room, I Q 8ilO IN. ..3.4 n 3 for . 8.99 ,

Florida room. $31,500.00. :Maximum ,\\ RUNSMn J Q 5x7 IN. ..1.19 Q 5 fof' . .4.99 ,
Fiazcl Ellis of Booker Park
FHA committment. was Liken to Martin Memorial r COPY NE6ATIVIJ

Hospital; on Feh 4 Driver Art from your f.volt. Color Pr'nt.' .only 1.3t txtra .

3. 3 BEDROOM waterfront home with Breeder was assisted by Lloyd /"Lt c..,." ...< .t ..y Ir*..r4 Dnf ttJ. .1 "*'
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Smith
OK.r ..,!r... Mirth I I. l I". .. :1.
guest hou e. $19,500.00.()() ()() Mrs Betty Jenkins of Booker fI'4.4444444444444444.417:
Park was taken to Martin Memorial
Hospital Feb !. Thfe driver
4. INDUSTRIAL acreage with railroad was George White and the assistant SUPER DISCOUNTS
driver, Leon Howard.
frontage. $1,650.00 per acre. i


5. HIGHWAY frontage with approximately STOIEN A car stolen CAR FOUND in Vero Beach \ 1.35 EMPIRIN Compound 100-1 8S'COLD

wat recovered in Indiantown" Monday

600 feet of depth. $50.00 per foot. to Sheriff afternoon Roy C Feb fiaker.3, according, Let Automatic Dialers Take Over for You 191 WAY TAILITS tft 49


6. RESTAURANT 300 feet on U.S. Drew The of car 2145 owned Fifly-suth by James Atenue.Verd E.. Select the one that fits your needs best The Rapidial, / MINIT RUB 4-or. 1.09

No. 1 including building, service station : Reach wa stolen about lit the top, stores!! up to 290 numbers on magnetic '1.49

and larid. I J 11.45': am. and found by Deputy memory tape. You just rotate the selector knob to tht I
rental units equipment Mi CONGESTA1D : 87'II.
!Sheriff Floyd McAllister! about O IIR
$38,500.00. Terms. I 1pm.McAllister. name, and press the start bar. The number is dialed I

I Mid the 1963 model automatically. 59
found in the bushes MICRIM ANTISEPTIC
car. was off cards ORAL
State Road 76 east of the St Lucle The Card Dialer telephone uses coded plastic ,
Canal bridge so the quantity of numbers it will dial automatically is 1.29
TAYLORASHLEYREAL unlimited. File the cards alphabetically in the back of Iii KOTEX 101 or <.

I Edward Fountain, Jr, sort of the When want to call
Mr. and Mn Edward Fountain set you make a just pick but femUr Slt. 53'u.
of Third Street, entered Good Samaritan the card, push it in the slot and press the start bar. GLEEM T..hpa'.

ESTATE I Hospml in .West Palm So simple, and so time.saving,
Beach Monday: Feb. 3, to undergo ,a. AQUA-VELVA ITej
I further tesu. connected with If you call the same numbers often, automatic dialers; I N

JinvWhitehead fall last summer when be injured can be a big help to you. For details, just call your JiJ39'
COTTON BALLS
ASSOCIATE the back of bit head. Telephone Company Business Office. ,

Mr. and Mrs, Martin t. Spell

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS: CALL NldNfe 544-3771 AT 7-M4 had u their dinner guests Sunday . tJouth rn I .... BROWARDr
(30 COLORADO ,""I:. !vemnfc Ft It. 2, Mr and Mr "-----L"
1.11 Iue) Waynrf Adams arid tAeir\ two ehiltlrtd -
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COPYRIGHT ROOD ST0A4s Quon tity y Buns BTLS. :'
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TOP VALUE STAMPS t
4 L1ll sorb + + Ritz Crackers NABISCO, Stock Pk 35c <<
Expires I 12-0z Pkg. :
F I r e e f.t.t.1S + 4 + all Flaror, Western Corn-Fed PORK SALE! 1
IndudnB(Low 0inger Calerl.Ale and 60 to 90 ,.. Avg. Cut & F...... Wropptd J,

''NO'1100' COUPONS When Extra You Free REQUIRED Buy Stomps. +t t /+ t t + + W H 0 1 L. E 3 9 1 ]

lade train Hilr Spray '15n. cm $1.0't 4 + t n I ISO

When Extra Fret You Stamps Buy HUDSON\TISSUEWhite a P I G S lb. J\.

t lift Criekln' loot ftiyil Cnwni. '12, it pl|. & |>
ir Pica Nut Ciokli Wft n. sk| IK* J9c; Asst. M Roll 12.Oz. Cant

,'., 25 When Extra Free You, Stamps Buy. HUDSON Color U FACIAL 15ICna PICNIC I I R 0 A S T Lb. 29 C I,,
rnitklln Dry .Ollt P nut.N.< (jar ..190hckaN !
(Frimrfipir sriii lip 0-ct lined 1 ikf wide .53 49ePickiit Tissue 4E1 Boston Butt "Whole or Half"HAMS t
ROAJTCountry Lb. 39'" S Lb. 49'" rI I

-r DEEP SOUTH StyleBACK Little PigSPARE
: Real Fresh BONES E Lb. 49 E RIBS S Lb. 49f. :
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DOLLAR SAL ) MORRELL'S
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Limit 4 Pleat! DEL ivPEACHES DUO ouTH DRESSINI Cooked H".. ;

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Sliced or Holvei Cns.
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DEL MONTE FRUITCOCKTAIL :
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TOM A TOE S 303 Con Cns an. Each

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5 "Well Of Excess Trimmed la' .' 11-
ARGO FIGS 303 Can Cn,. ._ Bone & Fat"


(REAM CORN BaGoldenntam 6 if:: "All Center Cuts"

CHUCK 4.
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GREEN BEANS Con 4 Cn. .
SHOULDERb
DEL MONTE Lb.59C
303 6 E" '
SPINACH I ,.
Can Cn SemiBonefesiRIB Cross Rib Brisket, ShaulderBONELESS
DEL MONTE ROAST "Easy To 89 ROAST. 89
EARLY GARDEN 5 Carre Lb. Lb.
PEA S 303 Can Cn,. PICNICS I I 2Lb. Pkg. 5-Lb. Pkg. 10-Lb. Pkg.
DEL MONTE __: '
CATSUP 14-Os. 6 PURI OROUND 1EEF 8ge $1 79 $<359WD
Btl. Btl. r
II LYKES SUGAR CREEKSMOKED LL l i

DEL MONTE Ipls..' 2 9 Brand U.S D.A. Grad. "A" "TURKEY PARTS" Backs & Necks Lb. 19.
TUNA Chunk Light M.otStyle 4 +8!. or Drumsticks Gizserde, wings Lb 29c THIGHS Lb. 39c LIVERS u. 49c
Whole I Only I Ib
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Frozen Foods Dept. .

Fancy IDAHO BAKING SUPERBRAND SHERBET or

lO.Lb. C ICE CREAM FRENCH
"O'A'OI'I )9 FRIES

B Q9 VANI ,{,A Half $ .
2 $ 3 2-Lb. 1
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.".N.S "Gold.n R.p." Lb. 10 C IUOAI MORTON'S*r CINNAMON DONUTS POLitstt.BAG! 3.... Fantail BOOTH'S Brea
Fresh Florida. Fancy. CREAM PIES MORTON'S Asst.. 3
14-Oz. Sii for
Strawberries jFlorida 1 Swt. Potatoes 3 39
Pint, Lb TASTI-a-SEA
FISH I STICKS I 2
WASHINGTON Red D.licloul' 16-0t. 'kg. Pkg. 10
Jumbo SizeCELERY ( -oZe $
2 st:lk: : 29 APPLES 0 r. 39 MAC & CHEESE Big MORTON'S 20-Ox.Slie 3 Far 2 Pk9*. 1 I

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Scout Joe Tanner Tells Girl I Water Advisory Group in Approval THE Thursday.JOLLY_STUART SIX February CANASTACLUB (Florida 13)_1964 NEWS_t-C-




Scouts About Red Man's LoreBy Of Over-all Plan, Not Watersheds Drive Helen, Jensen HELD Mennerich Beach!MEEr of was I Skyline hostess'


to the Jolly Six.,, (anosla' ( hub IIn
RAY McCLUREAcross \ group of( cnnntx land! owners Johnson told (he group! the lime Counts owneis want/ the Barley M.,irini ( oiinlt.ins-maybe five or Wednesday, Jan 29 Platen' acre
agreed I munmunisK) il a meeting has" tome when it is neeevsm to 1 Barber project 1 split otf front the sax should decide the entire Martin .
the sand trails ot FCX.U. 1 hurddnlllht to ask, the decal again it county !people want coumxvtide program with the possible C"otum drainage, program for Margaret Pine, Elsie Booth K,ith
Through the Everglades ot Flor Martin l ounl\ Commission to re- to continue to 1 pursue a polio of I !ryn Angcll. Theresa HM I ", nut f
1 result icopardizlng or slowing teary to C.'II1I I will so advise the : ;
Tina Concicelli I Mr
ot
a I >
,ilfirni II long standing!, (policy thatjr.unIlIiW 1 countywide) drainage or to target guest
iJa.Over the streams that still belong Corrective measures be on 'about the countywide program in down the entire county program I (\"lAty C ommission, Bell said Pine from I lake Hinw.tin.i. 'I I
to the beaver and muskrat i ..oiiiitvwujc basis Uu ot individual and In\ a l II l '" Johnson,, explained; the vote was Winners were Mrs. Booth a mil
of the far north.Wherever In in unofficial secret ballot group programs Johnson (then suggested an unofficial "Imply to determine .the feeling Mrs. Concieclli, Mrs. Pine recently -
Indians roamo dg( the Martin county Water Conservation Johnson explained! l thaI t h eCorps secret ballot<< la determine ot those present and not an of- entertained the group .u her
roamed young Boy Scout Joe 1 an- ____ Advisory and Technical and I CD .is more interested' the feelings of the group, fieul committee vote, The 10-0( home
ner of Fort Pierce during an illns __ t: onimuiec ,and visitors voted 10 in Martin County drainage/ today Fred Bell Martin County engineer vote for the over- ll program
trated talk on Indian folk lore 1 to 0 thai then preferred the counts than it has ever been in the paM interrupted;, to say he did. quieted Bell fears Archaeologists )fle\t rimiilv
Thursday afternoon to some sev- ) drainage' program to be under He reported that in recent weeks not feel that a vole on. the project: The group then went on record' the discovery of a house built n1
enty-five Girl Scouts of Troop S4 the South .1 i n d Central Florida the Corps has completed! an economic I was m the best interests of the favoring a resolution asking the clay about *.000() years igo;I! they
in their "wigwam" in the old Methodist Mood 1 Control District und the (land use) survey of the county since, not all sections! of I C ountv Commission to re-affirm I said the discovery" would h : p
Church basement Corps ol' engineers rather than to county and has now started on an the county were rcprevnied' l at the its elniimigi; policies ai its meet them reconstruct' the tel o\1.h
Admittedly, a church basementis tie sections of the county lease engineering! .survey He noted the meeting tug I uesdamorning, site upper. levels on (he head Sea
the most unlikely sort of placeto the overall program in favor of Barley Barber project Is not t included "I 1 don't think a small group: ( olNIH -- --- -- -- -
see an Indian war dance, or to >nldlluler hed programs. in the survey. .. ..
visualize Indian charging 1ali. I ItP --- -
the ponies but you'd never Ten persons at the meeting did He said if the Corps' completes !
plains Needs
across IM'ORI'OKxIIONS Now 3 To Serve Your Reality
not vote tor one reason or another its survey without the Harley Barber
have known the 150
it to see Five ot the ten who did not project, and later I properlyowners : CIIVKIIKH 11Y SI A IK:
bUlIged- picturesof ,. :
yes conjuring up
a C'uster's Last Stand, or an d vote mdiciited they were not prop. ask that it 1 be included in Secretary. of Suite Tom Adams
Indian on the banks ot erow ner.. A check of the five the countywide (program it would announced the chartering ol tau I
the Cumberland.pow-wow ?:,p non-propcrts( owners after I the mean the I FCD and Corps would! new corporationsHeten's' :
Young Eagle Scout Joe with 'r meeting showed a I 11 I five would have I to re-plan the entire county and Maxme's. ;2b! ('om
have voted lor the over-all county with the chance the Corps would
his chest loaded with i scouting 4 mercial Street Jensen Beach tH( )
awards and medals showed tho program pigeonhole, the (project indefinitely shares ol common at $2;! a share.
, admiring girls his collection of The necessity to reaffirm the The Corps' and FCD will not de.ilinn inl.Ili"'l wear: M.ixine halt
]Indian assortments piece by piece 5'4 countywide drainage (program us overlap,, projects that lire under hm. I Men C Smith, Leonard I
.
There were head pieces bows: 'indicated .il the meeting 8 t e m 8I other governmental agencies 'I Smith incorporates.
irrows, shields, knives, buckskins. I from efforts of a group of land "As best I can determine" John- MarliniqiirConstructionConipinY'
pears, feathers, peace pi"es.! moccasins 1 owners i In northwestern Martin son said the Corps( can complete of Cocoa: Indiuntown' 100) share
and other items that would County to build proposed Martin its planning and possibly of C"11111101at\ $100 I ) a share dealing .
have made Chief Cochise standup Canal 4 through the Soil Conservation -and I say possibly-gel (anal 4 in construction: Paul ISicl!-
in a war whoop( / Service's 'lI1allIlIlershe.1 contracts let in |19t.1o. 'I the ('or(",' kcr Robert Robcson, incoipor
As the talk went by Eagle! Joe program. with the SCS paving' 60 program would have I IIItI( per cent ators I
and his audience both got excited per cent of the cost and propertyowners lederal financing and no additional _. -----------
is he explained such things as Indian M 40 per cent. I In the past taxes
war dances, how to use a bow near this project has been knownas Johnson said it was his" opinion SEPTIC TANKS
md arrow and how lo hunt the the Barley llarbcr project that under the SCS program
deer and dove Under the SCS (progrnnt, the property" owners would be payinga CIFAMI) A RIPAIKFI
He also! recalled the time he was group would complete the canal double tax It would cost !property ..
the West and did all therlghlofwart to build and maintain DRAIN III. .IDS RFPA1RFD
visiting in 4 (granted the could get owners Said
rain song for an audience It ) in about two yean the canal and they would (pay a AND RE-LAID Beauty.
rained.It' If they waited lor the countywide FC'D lax. He said in the case of ,! ; :'-, :. ",': ;.iV
wasn't long after he started program under the South and the Barley Barber project., the only
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his talk that the few adults present I Central Flood l Control District justification would be the canal Ray Cooke's Septic .
were listening as closely as the and the Corps( of I:nginecr* i t would be built in IwO yean rather fAns KRIS10II.mst-N: Open Monday 20 E, OCEAN BLVD.
children 'Troop leaders Mrs, How would he at least another year or than three or four Tunk Service 1 /Mil.AI.ION
Ilrd Reiner and Mrs. Bill Scott more before the canal would be "It seems to me" Johnson declared PI ION K AT 7-11651
fin i a l 11 l y pulled up chairs in 1 I constructed I 'thul the whole thing boils OR AT 7-9861 PAULINE: : SUN; thru Saturday PHONE 287-4453

'amongst' the younger/ girls Martin County Agent I. M down to the question. : Do Martin:
BIG CIIIIF EAGLE SCOUI JOE TANNER
Joe talked about the "vanish -- --- --- -- .

ing race" with the finesse of a col- flurry i the of the MNoI I
Joe's talk There was a 011 daughter moon -
egc professor He briefly recalled feet as the audience descended on I koivm"
the red man', past and touched It till fun and informative INVESTMENT DIAMONDSFrom
him with their own youthful questions I was IN
Indirectly on the red man'a future here were even questions everyone agreed. And for Eagle
And the young girls l listened: : about those old Indians we moderns 1 Joe. it was quito a feather in his
md the adults listened, and all
marveled I "
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h and bonnet
call corny "Hlawa : war
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color and from admired each object the rainbow that was of I estates-bankrupt stocks and private individuals. These articles are priced far be-

I lashed before them. Local Audubon Funds Drive

10 lint an end all and good so-things it was must with Eagle come low current replacement price. We specify quality and guarantee value.Item .

Exceeded All Other UnitsAt

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the hoard which The convention held ut the I
meeting pre I was Item No 278 14k white gold solitaire diamond Diamond il No. 20M 14k
ceded the Florida Auduhon Association new civic center at Lakeland adjacent ring. Heavy yellow gold mans diamond solitaire
convention Jan 30Feb. 2. to the society'i headquarter fine color and very brilliant weighing .52 carat $285.00() ) ring containing a brilliant 4.21 carat diamond. This ring must
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it was announced that Martin I there. be seen to be appreciated. $15000Item ( )

County chapter put: on a drive for I Mr Robert Trmtcr of Salerno, Item No. 35F 14k white gold ring with gem Australian opal weigh
funds and membership which exceeded Mrs. Frederick Hazelwood of No 15M. Mans 14k yellow gold] 3-diamond Diamonds
dv ing 2 Mi. carats. 24 brilliant small diamonds surround the _opal ring.
every other chapter( andbunches North River Shores and Mrs. Wilbur tare brilliant and 1.20
weighing .34 carat. $295.00Item very weigh carats. See thin beautiful] ring.
the state und which Forrest of Stuart attended
netted eirn$1,200 involving i forty each day's sessions/ which were $255.00Item
new mem hers- one lite member filled with outstanding! conservation -I No. 134F 14k White gold dinner ring of exceptional/ ] beauty
; r 'ivs ship at $200 and four donon at feature, three of which /it ts/ containing 3 diamonds weighing 2'/4 carats and 36 small. diamonds No. 44M. Mans 14k white gold fine quality natural star sapphire
HAKIMMUM.IM $100( each all this under the direction hoped will be brought to Stuart weighing .60 carat. $1295.00 ring. Sapphire is fine blue color and weighs 0 carats. Don't
Wondering what, kind of flowers of Mr Wilbur Forrest of next winter Included were important confuse this with a synthetic. This is the genuine. $255.00
Stuart, assisted by Mrs Robert techniques of outdoor photography with
Item No. W.A. Estate 14k white gold beautiful cocktail ring
to fcend We'll help you cholllte.I Ash and! Albert McConnel o f large fine 1 13/ carat center diamond and 9 baguette and 15 round Item No 45M. Mans genuine star ruby ring with 2 brilliant side
Jupiter Island Edward Davis, who has long diamonds set in the Star and
mounting. ruby weighs 12V4 carats
I .. diamonds.
$1450.00Item
been in the field,
---- --- political spokeof diamonds .30
7 weigh carat.
( say the Wilderness Bill No. 4 and I $ 65.00
, it 'I << ... IIOBE SOUND HOME: advised a favorable vote for it us No. LB Estate. Platinum engagement ring with brilliant .80
K" ; F.....r. M.I.f. tin. introduced, on the ground that if carat diamond. Mounting is tastefully set with 18 smaller diamonds Item No. 207F. 14k white gold cocktail ring containing 3 brilliant
\ P.nP/1f. ..t ..... ... .. diamonds weighing 1.98 ctrats and 20 smaller diamonds weighing
) x. it is -
""' I. I5.n.) not now enacted it perhaps weighing .35 carat. This is a fine investment. $465.00
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= .. .. II < i Hut hit .62 carats This
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colt ('....h. ll'nlrr \IT < .lltlni... never will be. gorgeous ring could not bo duplicated at less
a'.I,.. 1.'I.1 Pa..al. l,,| Ray Harm a young and exciting than twice this price.
, E.OCEAN BLVD. STUART.FLA. "II.: .' Item H.WS. Estate. Platinum engagement ring with brilliant 2 $ 5.00
& *,AT.7-2300 f'.n A......s.t 1I..1t. new painter and I naturalist exhibited carat center diamond of excellent Mounting is set with 4
II..... ......... Mfnnfl his work which brought quality.
I small side diamonds. A gorgeous ring. Only $1150.00( ) Item No. 178F. 14k white gold diamond fancy body ring with 3
considerable
praise so much so brilliant diamonds weighing 1 carat and 18 smaller diamonds
runltunsuunununnnununnnnuRnunnmullltnnuuunnnullnnrlnrBOOKS'' '''' ''' that he has 'been invited to show
{I at the National Audubon Convention Item G.H. Estate. Beautiful 3.59 carat diamond engagement ring weighing carat. $385.00Item

{i next"- winter at Tucson Ariz., in platinum setting containing 6 small diamonds. Truly a remark-
1 & RECORDS 1 1I and this year at Miami and Palm able ring and way below original cost. $1650.00Item () No. 97M. Mans 14k yellow gold diamond ring with .64 carat
1 Beach. center diamond and 8 smaller diamonds weighing M carats.

Members of the board of the No. L.B. Estate. 14k white gold engagement ring with 1 carat $295.00Item
I MAKE THE PERFECT GIFT f : I Florida Audubon Society elected: center diamond and 4 side diamonds. Exceptional buy at only
were: President Kenneth Morri No. L.B. Estate. Platinum] bracelet with 48 diamonds weighing .
| POPULAR FICTION AND NON-HCT1ON. GARDEN | son : vice presidents Maurice $250.00Item 3 carats. This Is a well made tastefully designed bracelet at a

= BOOK! CHILDREN'S BOOKS BIBLES: COOKBOOKS = ': Fritz Proctero., Virginia Dade R Thornton. Forrest/ ;, necrc-Irwin I No. 1 AO. Estate. Brilliant 3Vi carat diamond in a 14k yel- fraction of its replacement coat. $850.(X)

I DICTIONARIES POPULAR AND: CLASSICAL | tar)', Mrs. Ray Moore; low gold 8-prong setting. This is a large stone for a small price.
Item No. 31MC. Platinum diamond and emerald bracelet. 27 brilliant
Olive Hendricksen
$765.00
RECORD ALBUMS.VALENTINE'S. | ; e
| rectors Thomas Coxon diamonds weighing 2% carats and 13 fine color emeralds

Archie Carr. lrea'IUrer'l Item No. 5634. 14k yellow] gold antique design ring set with 9 weighing !>,. carats. A wonderful investment opportunity.

I I II Mr. Forrest suggested brilliant diamonds weighing 1** carats. A beautifully designed'! ring $850.00Item
lowign credo for all con with charm and dignity. $330,00
agencies and plank for those up i No. 34MC. 14k white gold diamond and sapphire bracelet.

I BOOK & RECORD SHOP} |EI for use election of slute-owncil' : "I believe natural In the wise resources -I Item No. 142F. 14k white gold dinner ring very tastefully designed 20 fine. diamonds weighing 2.53 carats, and 20 square cut sapPhlrcs -

in such way I recognize I with 3 center diamonds weighing lad carats and 16 smaller dia $750.00Item
329 E. Ocean Boulevard Phone AT 70403LUHR'S fully the principle of greatest good I monds weighing .68 carats. A real buy at $685.00

'l 111111111 tl 1 li 1 1 1 1 111111 1 1 1 1 11II11111I1I1t1l"1t1111111-I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l!'!1 1 1 ltl l l l l II..I l!l!l !ll!!.'!'l.l It I!l!l.!ll!!/.IIIIII 1 1 1 t :: : lor the greatest number, and there- No. BE.T. Estate. Gorgeous platinum bracelet beautifully
designed with 3 fine marquise cut diamonds. 6 cut diamondsand
lore the constant need to act in Item No. 194F. 14k white gold twin diamond ring artfully designed square
S the public interest." to compliment your good taste. Twin diamonds weigh 1.37 145 round diamonds. Truly a remarkable bracelet of ex

''f't MRS.: -HtRlTlsS\ RETURNS: carats. 6 smaller diamonds weigh .10 carats. $495.00 ceptional beauty and at a fraction of its replacement coat.

a HMORY PAPER: IOK $1650.00Item
A'0 IIIt.R 1O READ Item No. 27F. 14k yellow gold antique design inlaid with black
Y : 1 he Stuart Newt received.a nice enamel and containing 19 brilliant diamonds weighing 7/8 carats.A No. 164MC. 14k white gold circle brooch set with 30 fine

... .,. compliment again this week. In bargain at only $235.00 diamonds weighing 165 carats. $395.00
'y returning her copy of our historical
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edition, of Jan. 9. Mr. Ann Item No. 254F. 14k white gold dinner ring Princess style set with Item No. 122MC 14k white gold earrings of beautiful design con-
; Maries. genial City Hall employe 3 center diamonds weighing .80 carats and 24 smaller diamonds taining 38 diamonds weighing 1 carat. $385.00Item
said she hoped someone 1 II e weighing over % carat. A very brilliant ring. $385.00
would enjoy reading. it. She re No. 127MC. 14k white gold pearl and diamond earrings. 4
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rU'll'tllo accept the preferred dunepurchase Item No. 187F. 14k white gold Princess ring. A lovely and beautiful large perfectly matched pearls and 32 brilliant diamonds make
--- "You should
have rJ'50 saying.cent at least for ring containing 19 diamonds weighing 1.02 carats. This ringis these earrings very lovely. $295.00

! t. like that"Smoker at a fraction of its original cost. $390.00
a paper -- --.- Item No. 187MC. 14k white gold Hamilton diamond watch. Move

Says Item No. IF. Heavy platinum body ring with a brilliant !'/& carat ment is 22-jtwel and case contains 44 round and baguette diamonds

','_._ Bulfontaine color diamond and 6 smaller diamonds. This Is a real weighing 2 carats. A very bcautful watch at a fraction of its replacement -
P ; t tpEOPl.v.CAu5E0 collectors piece. $490.00 cost $750.00Item
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Item No. 231F. 14k yellow gold pearl and diamond ring. The No 141MC. 14k white gold Hamilton wrist watch. Movementis

setting is an unusual twisted rope design and contains a fine quality 22-jewels and case contains 78 round and baguette diamonds
{ 9 M.M. pearl and 12 small brilliant diamonds weighing .58 carats. weighing 2.89 carats. A gorgeous watch at a fraction of its replacement -
$225.00 cost. $1000.00( )
: JERSEY SEA SKIFFS

> "The Ideal Boat lor Florida 11'aten" CERTIFIED APPRAISAL ACCOMPANIES EVERY ITEM. TERMS OF SALE: CASH OR WE

1 WILL ARRANGE FINANCING THROUGH YOUR BANK OR BY US.

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AT THE EAST END OF THE PALM CITY BRIDGE y ( aI r CHARLES G. RHOADS & SONMember

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See Our Good Used Boats i f Mt .( le American Gem Society 102 North 2nd Street, Fort Pierce

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THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS Tluiralav f.bnlliry 13. 19
; alsoIM.t, of th. Pnai I elsa I HiiMillui. P.:,. 1115 1 M,,,'', li',,, i ,in ,in.. I IMo I"" Coleus Culture Tips'
r Hnntl.,, <'.Hrlnklay' R...ort 7 Oitlook,, ( .. !I.. H.oI", ho, k '... l 10 n" ,,
10 1 h" Jplanna. 10 Me vlo 4..lnK. Tim.. ." 10 Miami Unniv.r.u. Total $$23,450
COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS I* :Muhl I II If" ..t th. lull Cat 11 Winter. Olympic 11 lov.miti.ni of the PI.I .

5,45-4, ".._w...... ""',,.... .,41"e., .''.. f.>nl."lTlOO .. :OS--11 NlRhtwauh NIK\ t
6.' N.H....... D.IDk" II Monn..a', .01-11 Movie Ho. I
**. 4-WTVJ. Miami (O.II.S.V WSTU Radio mitart, -S.. ll.tln.i *l h. 10 N.... 7 IIIoarlph ", Are Told By Sharpe Asusted i by the Suic Well ICe'
lit. I-WPTV, Palm UMch (NRC. xhiir* In this Milkm.Th II lttn ('o.hro. 1'1.' .. .. .. ; MONDAYfus I ; Department( m Martin CI'UIIII, ),
Ct,. 7-WONT, Miami IN.B.O.I) TV''proa-ram llatlni$ ar. farahk.w ,::110- '*rtdn 8..d II a.' Woos) tnort* If''
til IO-W I."W.'I'V. Miami (A IC.) M b, th. i.l../l(."loa atllon*. 'I'M lit.. 0 M..n.v.. Thmiiiyoiwr' Ma .30-4 Snob.) 01._ IT January were 729 persons lor' ,

I.. II-WKAT.'I'V W... Pal. .....10 itt N.,.. I. nnt .p.o.lolo itt iiiAIiM With a H"rn" a.,! 111. ljllltMftnl( MoralnfiOO ; By IIIRVFY: SIIUtPF.Fditor more compact total of $2MTO: Of these 24ti( U"I,
I I .h.n... II HontnnnvS '
itoirit Honf ir.oon.r
7 II Th.Highway >PMrnl :30-4 Hi. Dlni.. -S>T Contbmtal. CI.._ Plant the speck-like seeds by old age assistance of S12, I :!.02:! \. n;u

c nN.snAY.: I T II U It S I D .\ V 7JO7 Inl.rnallonal Snow Time 4 Slog' t't'uolp Wlov. tr. Ulrnry otlI'ytO' Service shaking them off a flat slick or the aid to the blind WS ,,nt| I p ,
FEB. U FFBUflumi. .tn.lt) I'.'lry a., Jon, Uwho 1 KIIHII: (; and Mom. Aurlcullurul Extension of kitchen knife. with 400( children
1:30-4: Hunt 6. ..... tawimiM W.lk itSO, -4 Oolk** d CIte. Alt "business end" a families reccnv, I!
MorningRam ; ; ;; Morn, D.; Boh II.... .too--n.; Movl. 'Cdt.. of th. ('lIt"Sloei .., CMtlliWtal' CI........ (Color) Germinating: coleus teed it like Add another: fine water mist to $7,272 in aid to dependent ehl.,I

( .. ii Monday ......1\ ( .. Monitor ..Wttoo ( > 10.11 10 Wlntr-r Hnrka Olymplr.Law )...11 Hollywood"Phil( Oil...Puliii-. Vnrkty. .i40-I* "unrl. dbolarI4S keeping on the good tide with a settle the seeds. dren; fifty-four disabled BOI \ I .

8:4S-It HPM Rtplmwra" (..rtno.,' -II HutiriM Tn..lr., ,,>0-4 Twinirht. Zone IKimi-4 ilunntiiakn, -4 NW. (hi Bpaiil.h wifemate<1th need a bit ofuimoring. f Seal the bottle with i I a small 219: and additional services i I..rt"entYl'ight ..,
,,00-.4 lit...., Count Thw tind I,11-4 KunrlM 8.m..r."Outll..... 1.7 Tw 1w '1 In 10,1010 I Unto) ",irluihlpii, 7 Runahln. Aim..... and rubber children
1'1'" of Hutorv of Art" 10.11 lioPrlo. I. Rl'ht 10145 lll M... 1 h.t ftpar. .:00'-IK Now*. W.ath. square of plastic! a aniounicil.! i I.>

11I0._. "WUdMtMr"Aft.rnooii :00-4 Movl.:. nnwontyok I : :: ; ; 10,00-4 Alfwd.. llllchtork' .1,00-4, t 7, ID, II Nw.lltOS I 7,004( Po...,. Playhoua However producing colon needing band and place. the "seed bed"in $:\91.26.
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7 M vl.. 1ho( H.ilhMrtV fromRmlll I.T J.ek ... -It fop. In Rnort. /
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..._ PI I .lItvh' of Ih. Wok 111'0-1 ('hatuniotohlp Wrmtllnc I 7 13(1-4 ...*... is easier since it takes about a warm shady place pesterthe Local representatives' of i h ,.
IO.lu, 4 Portrait HI C.rnu."ISI I seeds too much, but about oncea District 10 Welfare Board ,
((8am a* Mondaf .._.) Afternoon I I,15--4 No I.. "I h. Pnlaflle. Oom.ily rim 0 i month as compared with the irt 'Ii "
(Is.,. MR MondHV .....11 M \\nntt Kntn: 11120 I -7 Other ttorliln) 7a8-1V, week check 'he soil moisture Esther Fcnton and Mrs ( hirl., '
I2U-B: "CMtmnlal. 'umnwr'I |0<4S-It Mak That 'Rpar Ili30' Uovl.. "HK>r.l. of th. Notiriotinoit' Uut Mot ruriottoir ife-time task at matrimonial bliss.
(11,18Mn.I... Mr. Unlv.iMi' 1..1 ,iso-Id I-MIL, anolher fine water mist
and Grccnleet
lIOG-4.5.l.LV Nwa naUirt apply R.
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Owrland (
I no-I Tralla I 'WAn..ou., ., Ihotttr 1 4 CaptnIM, Kanvaro (jet both projects under way
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in Movlmaw. Kid' I III Mot'I "Hit HI.I.UT Hand14il 10 Mot I.. n. f>. Hhnll Not' Jiltot"hoot" ., if needed.
llilIB' -I M".... "(tight( l...r' Today inmediately. By planting coleus
430-4 Mitvl... ""II.. Nick Rral"' --o "Mnvl., I It Dolin Ciiliindur like the milk bottle
with Jnhnnv C.aon If don't The United Sutcs
II ,30 1'l'otioht II Htirllirht( Th.re ; : seeds will be the first you MilitirvAcademy
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7 M ..1., (Until M* 4:30 --4 "Movlr' I 1"n'I. Worth"I 1 tn Mo<..l.. ll.liirn(( of th. 11."m.n" II Sunrl. 'Ctrote5,00to you
.. liHIII Wmlln' from Tampa ( propagating unit, then use a at Wet Point .
10 Void Hmr M.>I I.. .JIII..O" liOl, -.II NI.hl..lch-Vr" I : P.". in the neighborhood (to show off \MS. i I..r
IIno-1i, YogI, n.., ItIO 10 sun rmnrl.ro (tout :00-10 Coronndo (20-10 ll.r.l.n Pa>* cigar box with a plastic cover 'earthi nations
1.1, 7' ttlll.y: 1'.1.. 4 Ot-II Nun)" No. SSA'rUR I li _U Nhthtwitnh hoot No. I I a knee-high hedge of coloredcaves' / many ) onlginecrmg \ a 10 1.7 baow
loday
5:4S-I rnolo.raoh, 1.20Ch.mpl"nohlp, Wrollllif If your patience holds out the 'schoolTFLEVISIO'4.
I I) \-V-- .... ,. 10 lirportis .
4,0* 'U 101. N t of life and __ __
E..lnl "Mornlnl' Pl.yhooa* project will show signs
Ev.nln FEB II - - For the colcm project you'llneed
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,. I'.S '10 Cartoon ( nn.nlDiOO will
unfold
4,00-4.1 N.w WwllMr. loan hundreds of plant
(,00-4-1 1'1...., B....*. Wfalh.r III.... W.h... MrioliltI '' 4 Mol.rlUilla'! / a squarc-siJed, quart milk tiny & RADIO
7 Ii.ttiit 4 Wmthur 111 Mu\ip I Whnl 0 IlliinaV SunrlM Hmi>. *.. "Outlln.,,"' of SUNUAYFEB.I )llcljl.lilimit, soil their leaven They will all begreen
mellow
10 Movl. at, M>. "Hky fllant' I,10-il (.omiMut Illnlory ut Art 1 7 Mnvht. "I'l. mil Ih. lla..kI't I Ito hotllc. some rich a at first. But, don't worry, TROUBlES?
flilO, -12 Commont-Art C_. all.SouhiL. li4O, -I* Anid. ror.Minft III ".",* bill packet of seed, a small flat stick (U.L ST .
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II N.'rn6&30i ., ,-,u-U N.w. ;; ;; II Mornlnic J'I. )be", ,.. later on you will i see other colors II I I
6:11-7 12: N.wa Iii'. "n-Ad..nluN N...* 7 tOO-4 r..,...."......11I.I MurniniI'lsIl 0,JOlIu.l.l.A l. and an ample supply of patience. form in the leaves It's about this TV RFNTALS:
N.wt and Waathat Anton and At'), If lot isn't blessed
( Muntl.y lirltilthir /Itoorl 110".10"0 ( Aotltt your nundy IIUNT TV & APPLIINCF
:2S-4 Wt'IheP3O4 ".... W...... 7 7'. Clrc' T,00 -t farm Aimotu.I l is .Murnlnic, ftamuoH, with rich toil then try the dime stage that you should begin trans.planting. :
., N.w. 12 Nluht Lif. ..r th* Cold Tout ID Want... Th..,.. Cartoon. 10 00 -4 lli>nn.i.y 111: RIOT OCPlt'( IIO1 I.Kt RJ>
K.port II N* Hunllry-Urlnklrr potting
6 \t
l4S-4 N.wl-WilMr CronkIMIT N.w* the
Tiiiil' -It fumed Tim If don't have ( courage
10 (Hin.rfont; N'w -Hunil.;. BrlnhtoyTlOO TiOS: -II ('nm.' Y Tim It) Llf. of lill.y 'o !soil borne diseases from you
11 Nlrlit' !-!'. on lh. Gild Coaatt4S --4 1'0,1._, Junction .11-10 Armol p.onv.. .n Por.bot" Till, -4 [>av., and (Oollatk7l30 10:28: -.-7 1<1.... prevent to break the milk bottle then tease
-4 N... W.ll.r Cronkll. I Oil th* Iteotar Tt30, -t Agricultural' JUpurt ft -4 (lartonn-o.vlll.. ( 10,JO-4 | I.... LuayD ravaging the midget sue plants, the out of the container
a.7N.a Huntl.y, Hiliiklry, 7 Movlr llrr.ul. Aroln.1 IK' Mo)I. 1 fun Clna AfrrlKullili Han Am.ilrnn' *. it'ptrtIs Moot brifrln (Color) hake the soil in the oven for at least: t plants I
"' ... 7 Word for Word Coliiy) with handled or a
10 1 Ih. I. RnnP a long spoon
'io.lt N.wi in P.opl.Mlvhwur r"lrolTiJO "ftl-I (,.nl., 'I Kr..MO. II. Sun.).. Th..'.* 10 1'.0....* Frnl' un hour. Cool Ihe soil. then shake forked sink.Transplant LOOK'
7,00, 4 Di-ath Vallry fur .1h.. living Ward .
.It MoynliiH'
Playltoua i
I -4 I'o.uworda 1.000-4 Coral 0 I. Rantantt of the dry mixture into the
nongh!
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10 HiirkLWrry" lliiulld, 1h. H.l.,1, Adv.Mlurr, Ihcnlr, .,0000.,1" Faviirlt*. 11,00M:, ceo,* !. the tiny seedlings ,

II 7 Sa-t Mai (Hllko Art OrMB I0.it '1). rilnl.tonM. (Color) 7 Sun Club T a Bullwl'nkl.OS D-7 I'unrmiumlnnIKll I...... ,U)(KlKht (Color) milk bottle to fill the container into two-inch peal pots filled with I
li
KangarooIS bottom bottle'sloulh :
a 00-I HnwhlclfItlll It Captain (to the of the :
7130. -4 ( hPOhlel.D.1 "Hfinii. Ko.ila.SO MII"11, l'I..hUl'' 10 Oo.p.1 C...".. 11,10, -4 Lav That link tip rich mellow i soil. If cool 1 winds are'
Th. Virginian (Color) -4 P......... ..01-11 ornltit Ployotu.Stls14 .. -. Illir Mirktls t.7 MI.i .'H"* Unlit Color) while holding it in a honor still outside, place the peat pots 21/2%
.. .. t P.atlval of Faith .
10-11 Advmur.l Ot U l .4li.r.I. t-T Dr Klldur nrl,. Hob 10 II 1h. Ohjwt I. lal position.
." 10-U Mr litton Rom .O--7 l.0O AnioN. 1,30, --8 tlmnrriin ('tIp. on a window ledge. Wills little or

t:00.-4 1.11 It to tAt C.mi-ra ,:,:00 -4 "-.,., M UOII 10 Out IIlIno 7 tlrtua .Hay Alor.oo.)2,00'I.lt Neil, moisten the soil using a no care and water spiked with'
'in.12 Patty. l>uk., HhowI '10 Wlnt.r Olympln ,.00--4 AI.lo ton It i'ot.AntorlnoIII N.w fine mist of water If the soil l is will
'10-11 Jlmm.)00.0 Dhow ID Cartoon' Tint.II I't: 7 Your Flr.t Improniilon. (Color) plant food the coleus seedling ,
It Ih flat wooden stick
:10--4 Toll( lo Cam.ra ,iOO-4 too fluffy use a INSURANCE
1'1.ho. ... !
III 'Ike hrm.r'. JIutUttrr) puSIliuttI (Color) Mrti'g 10.11 0. K.," grow rupidly
111-11 MoHil.) '. N' ..f 11,11-10 Unrl. Hob 7 T.lotnlgo 12la., .1 Movlo Hlatt.ry'a. Hnrrlrnn., 10 pat the soil to make it a bit I
'iOO-I B.v.rly Hlllulllu* 10,00-4, Th. NunN 11,31)-4 1'.ot...ru 1'0'0'' 10 1'.. Am..le.oII uso11.0.,: ... lor 1oiuori. Coleus plants make an excellent
5-7 E'plonm: 9 Mynl.ry ThootnI ,., Ruff and R.ddy (Color) ftIS, -Morning ft Th. Barrrd Hl.vnnn' Hearti30 6., Truth' or Cnna.utonr. (Color) border planting or a small: formal I ALL.RISK
10-11 ll.n Cin.y Perry tnmo Khow 111 Juv.nllii. 'Ih.alr' ., lO-lg tath.r Know' II..,
':30-4 Dick Van Dy). 10.H Fill. Ad.", <(nil< .) 12 Hollir ll.rli 4 TIM 2,4fl, -4 Guiding Light 1'UESnYContlnued hedge
10: -4 Danny Kay Show 10.11: Hid Canmr (AII.I I 10,00- Quick Draw. Miflrtw. t Th. (thtlotoihr U:OS- .T.la N... Regardless of where you place PREMIUM
,. t.7 U...... Ili-nti-ot (Color) t Horliona of faith .. 00-5-7 Richard Boon Show
6.7 Kl.v.nth Hour, 10:30 10 To In $port. 1 '00- I >v of LifeIII them to work' a good
It Dirk Pox.ll Th.ntr.II II P.i.r, (tuonII0O'454I0 10t30-4 Mighty Mn..* ,10. HIM. Talk ) Movlo 'Fo'Pnly"I' !: 1 Iii-1): Or"at Kt Show on E rthColor 'm'iI: sure up
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Chn nln* N...., Wmlhrr, Bport. ,.7 XL I (Color; ) 4 Th* Living Word I 'I..nuo...* Krnl. ( ) soft earthen bed. Before
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11.00-4.8-7-10 1'1.... W.atbr, Sport II Non.lItloIl.1'1.' "', W alhi-r, gport 11 too 10.11-4 Ih Kin. J.lion TI. Tin 10,00 D, 8.r"-4 Lamp Moore Unto My Fro tt I 1,05 1,11-1,, -1}Sior Dibble nod Drak'h., t.rl' Mon.. '7 tMt Dick-4 .look......n Bannr Thootre55,00'O sinking the plant the peat pot and Outboard ,

U N..IOilllh.d.1/ llS4: Movl.. Hlvh TnMwon'. ,., Dannl th* )Mne Palth For Today. Woli. F.I. Topio, Tae..I C.mp... Gnrrr Hoar Show ill into an outside location, some
I) Mnvl Hillflr" 10-11 'arloonlr Canp r C.rto. 7 Htlll Rmall( Volo.Is 5.7 )Bull 'lh-p oD. Hour (Color' !
tlI'--4 p. lliSO. -I Tonight with Johnny Cunon ( "h".. I I the coleus )
11.308''..* Alton Show Color) 111.10-4, Huy IU...rlt7 l'ro.o'ILnt, Uor.hlp ITonr I '20-it Pot* Smith) 1-7 Anily Wtlliomo. (alt.' wnk) (Color) gardeners say ito Boats & MotorsWANT
1030 Look
: -4 Up and 1.0. and
The Punlllv will unscramble faster get -
Fury 1:2'1-4, 1'1.' ... 10-11
7 Tonight with Johnny Orion (Color) ID Mitvl. Rmllo City Rohrlii"
'in Movie. "1h. ItHiki.l 19 Movl.. lOA n.oo.r. Pl.I .... I 7 I .HI.t.*rnal I'lrtnro LIHht 1 ,130-4 A. the World Tin. liOO-4-0-7-1* M.".. WAIbor. Btorti : mother earth quicker if you

i :7: Ntarllvht Thf.tr. 12 OSII,.BO-II Motrl NlKhtwcIck4iOS \ lOon). and 10'toilAtt.rno.n 10 J.wl.h Wur.hlp Rout 7 12 Girl Mondtiy Talk Matin. I I.II O-1'N..o, W..thr ..,..... break off the bottom of the peat TO KNOW MORE
II, I Movl 11 tOO 4 lamara I .
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1145It. Ou..t.-DI.e".lo.
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t Wire Hi-rvlr
1,08-11 Nlfhtwaten Motto. \I "m.n"I CALL NOW
a iOO-4 Panwurd
- - TThotlM.y1-.. with Johnny Cu'fl After the initial planting is esablished -
12,00, 4 Kin li3O7 Tonight
011-1' Movl Pity II Thl. I. th. A...y 6. L.ta Mnk. a ft. (Color)
FRIDAY t tnt'gooni Pivnton 1:211-10.11 1 N.... it is easy to propagate I
7 Youth mil th. l I..u. 11 Unit Bapllit Churchlli3O 1,30, ] Mnvlo. "Br.." Mllrn from Alcatrai'II
Pea 14" 4 Unlv, of Mlnml -4 Hmi Partf additional All
10 ('011."* Profit Worknhopa 0'S Tha lIo"loro IIt..II.( .. Tb....* hundreds of plants I
MornlnfRam ; '; It lhll.lii-ii. Hour Bralta Movl.T of Juatlr 12 Duy In Court lIaoMo.l., l lID YOIl do is to pinch off three-mth
.
( u MondaY *.*pOSilS ,,12,01-0 IZilo4, Th.Ciill.n'Ihr..profll Mtoi>... ID Mana f". Khul-ln., IllsN.e.10 Lin* Howard. and Won.n'l N.... '08-gp.nl.h 11 Nl.N htw.w.I .tch BorN colons !stems and place them i n ReardonINSURANCE

-4 Stool. S.m.iUr. "IntroJut.tlon 12,30 4 Ml.ml Molly. I II'S8.noto.. 8mah* and 1,00, -4 To Toll th* 'hot.I. .4,08_11 MovU a glass of water or slick the !stems
to Ethi: &' I Bullwlnklo (('olorlI Holland .? I........ v..... -- moist soil. Coleus also roots
T,oo-lt $Hunrla T ..'N : .'O'<1nll.,. of I'>lth li..or.1110.pl/.I. / -'V..T"DNESD-AV--- into ,
1,30, -11 ,... .. 10 101 Otto..I.. In .I.".* AfUmoon 9,2S-4 Mona FEB. It quickly? in a constant mist root. AGENCY
,too-4 Movl.. "Apart m.nt for r.nr" I 12 Ami-rknn H.nd.tnnJ 11,_4 R...,",* I ::30-4 IJg: of Might unit.
7 MottO. fhon. H.dhradu. from 1I.31-1t rVl.nc.. I .....ntlor Clrcu p.? You hoot Say (Color) Murnh.gMom. ng
8.." ."' Pt. I I ,00-5'? rxplorlngU 10-12 Qu..n for Day
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TOUI TV UTMfl ,,i30-t Cookln With Ga Katurduy, Hop. 7 10 Crnn.ly A WI...Mntlne Wod,1 4'00-4 !!....t Storm 'ole-s( T....... $Moetlopot.Pt hon ) The oldest continuous European AT 7.3262
AfternoonKama II It* Kri.nd Kllok II ChaIlong title t Mntrh Corn 4 M..le. 'Tak Car of Myllttlo
100
O* settlement m the Americas
1130-10 Am.rl.tn BnnrtnUnd T Nil-key Moun. Club
.... Ui30-4 T.d Murk and Amnt.ur HourU '
11.111--6! ( Movln a*, Monday"lh Whirlpool".11) 11, Know Your Ubl a .olll.h .n FdtIlonI 10-11 Major A.'lam., TPollm...*. Mo\lo.GlI'I"I "P.rlloui" I' is the city of Santo Domingo in KRUEGER BLOC- STUART
1,00 5 Th. T.xin "
,of 1:00--10, Movl, "hoT Kind of Man". 7 W.tch- Mr Wlinril ( 1'h..... tioirla 430 II MIlks-4 Movlo Room "It for Hmrl.il Doddy( Kith Fvi I 10,30, -10 A Wl,.r WortdAI..moon the Dominican) Republic
1100.
4,19-t Movl .n ( -- --- -
11 Ilinhwur P.trol 7 Movl, Htariluaf,,
TIN
Highway PatrolItOO
"Wild) Htrv.nt"
4,30--4 Movl
.30-4 Hold JourneyS 10." Major Ad.mi. Trallmait |(8.M M Monday aM at
7 Movl., "I'rlts 0... ,Ih. IIh,. Graai"Si40 Th. I'itr.r.I -4 Hhlrlpy T.'innl ,
STATIONS a l. Ih Hook. 4,51-5 N.w. 11:15--6 Moo) "I.<<.t Mom..t"
: -I rVnator Smatnot.St41 l'.o|> of I :
ChimploMhlp Bowllnn ........
I Combat (10-11 Am.tloan 1'1. I too-5 Ovrilnnd, Tr.II.In .
-Ino t rUhlnirII II..... .10-11 (Viii,,,,. Golf j Color) TO 1'.I..lonol, ( fouling IOo-ft: .",,..m.n Mov If. "11:.."" I. the D....." ,
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w.athcr. Sport I IS-7 Mom.nt* "I 'vi .w U DI..o...., 10 Wooily. WooilptFk.rIt 4130-4 Nov) .. 1'h. trIo,. 01 PIrato."
Kl.hlng.
3,00-4, Burf.ld' Sin .1111--10( W. Want ta Know Uf 'Tim 1 Movl.. "IllUaUKnt.r: a
i EYloI" t Ch.itil<>n.hlp WrtUtt, IIII8m.h.... and Holland ItportU 5:30-10 AIIC/ Now' For
SiOO, -4.1 1'1.' .... bport Watt*. II Spurt. HluhllKhli( 1 .. tihwan S4H-.1I dining. wont).., Sport S..I- Photoit'aphyEn.nttg Thrifty
7 N..*. Wnthar .30--6 Wrr.tlliiK rhamplii". ,.hlp Itoolltg S,95-0 Thl. I. th. Ptoryfv.nlug !
10 MotOr. "Th. 11.1",'. Varallon" 7 Cloud 7 Th..tr .
CHANNEL II IHIIU. and Annw.n
10-11 Wlntor Olymplrt, (IlIp..I.1II ) ItOO 4-1 N.w.. Sportt. Wwtfcltto
Silo., -12 Comtn.tt.111P 4iOO.-4 lIMtl.flold: : 2:0: -t Hllilo,) TiiLcoumaIt .00--.1 1'1.' .... Wait).., Sport* 1'1.'-.. ..4 Wood>..
B.a Hunt Lot'. Uiino.. ) Inilght IN.,.. We.th.r 10 M".I.. at lOIn. "M..I..n Bplt1ir. !
10 1'1.' .., Wathr, Sport. 7 Oom.dy MnllnM II mirl., anil Pn.l125'lo.P 10M".I. .Ott.. "Chooirloon" II 10.." '
MAST And
Ell II NawaCHRISTIAN' Prices
In.1 World. of Hnort ', .Now I II IIpo" Moo. ...*- -14 GrMnrnMit
4i,>0--I ",'.,,. Hiwrl.1 2 30-4 Hum, ,la Hp.rliJ F.ntur. MO-11 Comm. lilS,,-'7 8n Bunt
I 1".11 I'ionm'ro' III Ill.roo..y '04 'll -4 Pour, Btaf 'p_ 10 1'1_.. W.....*.. Sport
"Golden 1:00: -4 B.ttl.f.ld7 ( ,11 Laurl, and. bv; I 10 1'1.' .., W.athor, Sport IS 1'1....
Mr. MonO aoo-a.' Hiindny 12 toot.eye .:3-4 1'1.' ..
10-U World ., SporMI,3O 10-12 Wlnl.r Olympic -7 HIghway Patrol t Himtlcy-llrlnktey Report
Cross Fire"
-I Plonnr* .30--7 III(lie Nina En.".. 1,211-, W.athar 10 gugarfootli45 ExcellentFood.
7 Hlvh Kond to DsngEn.ntni .. I NltC N.... Knr.ni!: a:30-4 N... 12 .....1 nlf P'srode
Golden II Top Slur Howllnc I Huntl.v-ltrlnkt.y Report -4 _#.ity Cronkit.I' .
Installing I powerful 4,00, -4 Tw.ntl.lh' (pntury. 7 N.wa. w.ot h., HuntW. BrinkUy
N.wa
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Cross Fire U actually like moving .too-4 N...., Bpn,'.. W'.th.r I t-7 Womloiful,, World.. of Rolf 12 tight I.If. on th* Gold C.... TlOO'-'.4 lie.... ValUy Day*
1-7 1'1.' .. 11 ni I farm All 81... "'41-4 Nw.-Waltr. Cronatt I Huekl.brry Hound
your TV set miles nearer the ..3..4. Tw.ntloth Contort,,! t-7-N.w.-Hurtl.y. BrlnkLy" 7 Hi-rnant Dllkro
10 Plnn..m 11 N.w.-Ron Coehran II Dial Art OrMT130
station. You'll lee sharper 7 II 8rl.nro All-Slur, T,00--4 lit r. rilIt -4 CHS. K.port iF}
clearer pictures on all channel 4::55N..... (Until. Lit.I t-7 Th" VirginianU12 ,
) ( SCIENCE: (too-4 Hold. V.ntur. KlpronlIt / OMl mill HatTl.t
to\.os t-7 Wild Kingdom. Illnhway Patrol .,00-10-12 Patty Hull. Show.
Wi.coxHardyTVSR RADIO SERIES 10.11 liallmanurlilS 7'30-4 To Toll th* Trill S,30, -4 Tell)) It To Th. Cam.r
.-It All 1'ro Rcorahoard. 1-7 Moot. "'1 Ih. H.r""tnirkt. >r10U .". 10.11 "Th* ...m..'. Daughter"
7ft7 IMUMI Btach 1,30, --1 OR Coli... Howl Out.r, limit 1,00, -4 B.v.rly HUlhlUM.t7 Eat At The
RADIO STATION WSTU k666 T Ho,III. Forum SiOO, -4 I',.. Got a Sucrti Eaplonag.1H1J .
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Zenith CE Dealer 10 I oIt0ifl d Ao...... 5,30-4, Lucy pit,. K' n ('...., '
EACH MONDAY 7tl5. F.M. II Top Rtar Bowling III." Won Ir.ln Color) .iSO.-4 Dkk V.. Dyk. Ij j
7-3242 .
Vbow* AT 5,35'C.roooo S '
00-4 Danny 7 hum.. 10-11 Our Man Higglm
.11-11 Fi.htn. 'W..tllo. lport.n ,|30-4 Andy Orlfflih IOIOO'-'l, Danny Kay ShOW
FI.hG.. W"I'.r. 8port. I.? Hollywood and th* Star a-? Mflv.nih Hour
Almost Listens ToT !I ':50"-1 no.110. 12 McHal.'. Nnvy 10 Dirk Pow.ll Th.atr '
Everyone T 000: -4 Foot: Slit*-W.tt Bid U Channlru
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Ev.nln 11-7 Mild Mlll.r) ,11 iOO-4-4-7-11) Mw. Watar Rrort
I W 10-U )lln-aklni. ,, Point II Nwt-Rill Khad.l
.00- 11.7 Mwt th. l I' ... (Polnr) SNACK BASKET
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5530-4 Broadway COM latin Movl.PlundM) of W 'Sun1
RADIO STATIONMUTUAL 10 Mmml P..... C..I...... 11,25-4
: II hatnplon.hlp StylI, ,,. lliOO, _..-..,.10.11 !j.,.. W..I.... 11,30--1.' Tonllht with Johnny Caraol :
oort. '10 Movl., "lIh" Couldn't Hay No'IS
SiOS-10 W. Want to Know '
NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. .ill-7 EMahnnt ",,21IIh..... "Th. Toun, n.'t Cep" Starlight Tlitatr
10 All-Pro Scorrbourdt30 11.31)-1., "n'oht' wIth Jnhooy C.mon 121110-1 Movl U.S. IIWV, 1 & cOLORADO AVE. AT 7-2IS3 !
- m .. -4 Hawaiian r:V. 10 Movlr. Hin ",'.11." I:H -U Nlgatwatek. *o U
I Tontart (alt I Projection Flv (1.1t.) 11 Hmrllitht 'rh..'"* .OS-II Mo .
MONDAY thru SATURDAY 7:30 SUNDAY SERENADES T Florid. Forula ) I..fto-o. M..I. __ _u ..u .._..,_..A".u _A.u, __ _u_u ___ .. __ __.o __ _u .. ....
Good Music 10 H0000naonyso 1,111-10 IIp.n'.h' NawoIs nij m tAI
f j 6:30 NEWS AND FARM WORLD Nlthtllfo on th. Cold Co.., NI.hl..h( ? 11I0.1. mmmm m
\\EATI1FR ,,OO-4 L..I. (Color) ,01-11 Mo.l.
; 6:35: STATE NtWS: AND
TO Time t-7 Mill Uan Dhow - - -
: 6:40 CLAY'S CORNIR: n N.w.. Hporti. W-.ther, TUESDAY:
Ti3O-4 My ."..orll. Mania*
News every halt hour a Thou 1-7 Walt DI.... (Color FEB II I I

: Your Minuter at 7:45: 10.11 Jaml. MoPh..t.r ; ;;' ;
.00-4 Kd; Sullivan liken Mornitg FIRST
TO Weather at '7.05 8:35 S t,JO-5.7 Grlnill i .iIS-4 loot'.. 8.mMt., "OotlliMt] .,
S Birthday Show & Hospital Reports at ':05 Weather 10-11 Arr..t anil Trial) the Hlitory of Art
..00-4 Ju.ly Garland Show I 5,100.10 Molly TumorS
0 10:00 Local News at 8.00: and 10:00 ,., Bonnnia '20-10 tlomtnak.r. Fm
National NewsSUNDAY 10C.odld, Cain.r. "'00-4 Movl.. Houn* on T.l.irraph

,/I _..__. _, ,__ _.__ _....._,.ijl"o n.7 Show of th. Work (Color) Hill"
-- 10 Mont. Tank Foot" 7 Moo).. Tanli.. and tho Hawk1 Pt. I

MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY M Chaim.lon.hlp, Rowllnt At.rnoon I I MORTGAGE I.B I.
,: 10130-111 Moth what My llnt (Sum., at Monduy *...Pt)

10:00 Here'i Barbara 10:00: World of Music n .Io.d K. Smith 12IS, -5 Movlo "Do Yon Lone M.'"
: IT._....7.10 !I.,.. W.atk., lIportaUN. .00-4 l.ov of ...,.
Bulletin Board 10:15: Bulletin Board ... t Antholovy Th.air' *
10.15: Iti Movl.. ".,.,"hl., Mcntlty"(
Church
11 I:00 Baptist (
Barbara 10:30: News except 1,30'uhll.. D.tond,.. B i
10:30: Here's 10.35: World of Music Methodist on 3rd Sundayof 4,10-4' M".... "In.,... or FoI.om

10:58: Stock Report 11.00: News each month) RCA VICTOR"Living T Potton"Movlo' "Hklpprr! Rurprlard Ilia CORP.

11:00: News 1105: World of Music 12:00: Sports IDO--IO Wlf., ton Ramtor

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11.05: World of Music 11:30: News 12.05: Sunday Serenade ..30-1 KrulM Kid.

World of Music 12:35: Lawrence Welk Color" TV
11.05: Women's ForumWcd.( only) 11:35: Ev.nlnf

12:00: National News 1:00 Sunday Serenade .CIO-4.1 Nw*. Wath,.. Sport.

11:30: News 12:05: Martin County News 1:35: Sing Along With Mitch 7 111 N.Movl.... W.ath.r six. Affalra. of Aoo.bl"lOIl i OF STUART

11:35: World of Music 12.35: Martin Co. Agri. Agent 2:00: News Comm.nt 3

12:00: National New. 1:00: News 2:05 Sunday Serenade .10.11-7 1'1.' .g.ahunt.. Wool)... Ipwtl g

12.05: Martin County Newt 1.05: Afternoon Show 2:35: Sunday Serenade 0', 'II: -Now.i2S 4 WMthwi30 .

t 1:15: Martin County Museums 3:00: News -4 N... -

"t 12:35 12:30: News Luncheon Melodiea. 1:30: Afternoon Show 3:05: Sunday Serenade a 10 Hnntl./-Brlnk.y Mso.rtk Itoport E O2" COMPOUNDED :,

: News 3:30: News II Ngh0 LII. 0' tho O.ld Cout
Tue only) 2:00: joP '
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School Program N.-W.I. CrntulteI.
( 2:05 Road Show 3:35: Sunday Serenade .I. Men.p,004' 5
12:55: Stock Market Report lord "k.It.'VnorlII. ._" iO QUARTERLY
4:00 News nn '"
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History of School Here -- --- -., Sales and Use I IlllSll'XRI,.' Kihruun' (MorMiil 11. .IV64\FWSIhursdiiy V!(

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Tax Collection user December, fiscal, tear utllulions
: hall 1 S418.12; 1 1
Sketched by Chairman of BoardThe ? I. SoaredI I I'he silos and use 1 t.\, "revenue'
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''a. V i Figures istim.iir for fiscil! I'JM M is "ipproximilcly -
I : 522NIxatIBro:! ( ) )

history of the Martin County According to the account in the 'school I I I l il I Slraughn! director I he I An olthantl ;1n.11.on", held(
school! system from the I MHO, the 1950 historical edition of The "The material hill were some ,,110",1.I .. Revenue (omnusMon. ,m- I reports show the mtrc.ise w is due
to the new Martin County' High Stuart News. there were six children $V). Ernest Stypmann boss i cur nouiKCtl that Januarv Miles unit to boonunu husimss mil oirl\, in'
School wan recounted by Henry ; totaled ''I MlMl t tins ol, winter' visitorsINtORPORUlONS,
Kindred of school age 1888 raring i pester inhered friends and pro use tits collections -
chairman of the Boardof to go' to t jnl the study of eeedcd. to build the new school! .i .loft the highest in the historvol ,
Public Instruction at Sunday'snew I the three 'RX; then principally 12 by 18-foot building with tour I the lax.Slraughn. I I ; IN/
high. school dedication ceremonies I taught. The good+ ) fathers notified windowsdorv shinglessidings I hv \1 'said I the increase, which sr\u: ON I\l'RF.ASh; !' :

I the county seat but no action was 12 feet up and down. The site lopped the previous record high New business iniorpornions in
Kindredhistorical. account follows taken In those days the county was temporarily given hOtto ol' I last I January by $4,405, I 171wipctl : Florida reiched 1 lira 1 list uir"
I 'solons took care of all matters m Sty'pmunn. ; out the approximtitcl tlK(>I.- and only two other siitis' topped
"Soon after the first settlers arrived the county There were more than "The first teacher appointedI" taro(> delicti of the salon and use this fifiiirc the Flood, 'iLle, ( ham"
,m Ihe Stuart area in the fifty children in the county of here was Miss Kate Hamilton for I tae collection estimates for the I II her of (onimerce porkd
late I 1800s and had erected their' Dark at that time the fourth largest a term of five months Moss Hamilton I ""f,1! \ months (II' the current fisi I A decided! upturn in thc mini
first homes on the land they' had county in the Union. You knowwe and her mother lived on Bes ; ,,,il ivruxlI her of new businesses ih.irtereil in
taken up. they commenced to worry were part of Dade County sey Point the old home of HV I I hi increase last January Honda begun in September I last
about educating their young. then. Besney! She had to row across the ."is M\ (02 I per c nee anil brought!: t year The iiist; (lour, months; ol 1 ;the
stars "But this good) old county of creek to get to her school, which ''toiil tolk'cttons! for the tear to I your moved up III !per cent mar
Dade was at that time ailing andit stood on the banks of the river ut rl 1 '7.0:7.4117.( fits increase olW' .. the previous sear I 1111' mlionil
seems that more than half a the present site of the (Overview iM'WIor I IRJK per cent over gum was ft per cent
Professional has Apartments Miss Hamilton wasa the list -- -- -
century changed little of this %lIme period year. I
I ailment. Solons and city fathers splendid teacher a strict disciplinarian had subsl.m' About I 4XHXMi(/) d i v ori ire
Hearing Aid Service \V aiilK.ipalcd n i I i s
well liked all her, : I
I by : :: : ;
familiar .
'urc with the each
answer received oat upsurge, but not this great"Straughn ; granted; year.FOR
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pupils. She was a native of Philadelphia
H Y A. N Nlv I - -- ---
BYRNE:
seventy year ago! 'no I said. 1 his most Invorihli -
Certified Hearing Aid I funds available Most of the new 1891 and and 1891 taught two term of rueniie total provules t the SAI.H

settlers lived on their homesteads, : ,, iv .i.iu t,'th a cushion to help onset
Audiologist. : which were tax-free "A Miss Jones followed Miss sr ( ,
weaknesses that
Hamilton who had become Mrs in i conceivable
I Ionic located in
Specialists in Quality Hearing later. when Juno became the Will Dyer Ua teacher for the on kl dou-lop in the sales tax or
f Aids, Batteries, Ear Molds and county scat and the new courthouse school term 1893.94. This other source during the rcmiin-. Stuart near School
voting "
I Repair Of All Make. was built the settlers approached teacher was sweet sixteen when lei "I'l the current I liscale.ir,
I I their i new seat o fwisdom' Sales tax, e"II"cllolIin' Marlin
107 Atlantic Ave, Ft. fierce she opened her school and was
3 RFDROOMS. 2 BVTIN,
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for an appropriation to ( iMiiiiv in Jammrv. it was revealLil -
t (Opposite' St. belt Bank) I build a school on the St I.ucie i paid month.the princely Her salary! of $30 amounted I,) S6U,182.74. as (T M K \l AIR CONDITION.INO .
HOward 1-3035 River post office, Wa ellnd. The : per pupilages van compared to H48.487 \\ tor' the ;
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I led from nineteen years to twelve, 1 I \M) "IIFUIVO.; COM-
manly fithers knew that school mi,' month in IWilMraughn .
/a
had to he built and were willing She taught one term, then was followed r { / said that lanuarx uil ,, 1'1.:110 'IinR| S"'SIFM
'I by Mr Kiddner in the
in spirit but not in flesh) By 1891 yss lemons bur the *: per cent. whole'
fall of 1894 Kiddner :
was followed : \ :;
BEER WINE more settlers had arrived and Ihe by a Mr. Lee. He came from Lemon wile I spoiling goods I lalot.iled I CALL AT 7-0531
settlement had its own post office -5l!"II <; City now a part of North Miami
known then as PoI dam. At that He term. After -- -----
lime there were ten children here three omen
years teaching in the
LIQUORS : of school age. A committee of school the good old county ol t
three was appointed to travel to Dade decided to change and sent TAG OFFICE
the county seat at Juno about an "old spinster" from "Down :
I twenty-eight miles south, to demand Fast," then called 'Yankee Land' to
Free Ice Cubes a school for their growing teach. In 1893, twenty of our good I
youngsters The outcome was that citizens held an indignation meeting .

the board would furnish the lumber to demand a better schoolhouse I I COURT! I IIOrSK I : STUART I FLA.
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doors and windows also hard- s. ,
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DIAL The s
report wits sent to I
ware if the settlers would' build Juno demanding a belter building eft ".. w
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To the of all I h |
I surprise crequest 11 ';[\ t.R RAINS RU I' II' POIKV( Here emploses ol R H Wright and Sons of Fort auderdnlean 1
was granted j
providing
,a that one of the settlers would give pouring concrete fog, one ot' Ihe thiitv-two bent caps on the southbound lanes of Roosevelt Hridgc I OPENSATURDAY
one-half acre of land for the The taps ,in instructed across the tops ol' the piles ind "ill cam the duck ol the hrklge

AT711oo 'school Reuben Russcl Frazier donated --
the land required by giving
a deed in fee simple to the 'school

s board awarded For the this contract good to will build, he was the Crook, Acting for the Board I FEB. 15

new school house a 20 by 30-foot( ,
frame building with novelty siding

shingle roof six windows, a dou Hands New School WoodallWhat i
to
bin door in front and a 'jigger on 9:00 To 1:00
the top for the hell It was completed : :
DELIVERY : in the spring! of 189ft 1 he
inside was sealed painted in and do you say when \ o u I through!: these doors in the I tulure .this success is evident Superintendent

FREE out and it ,,0a very nice building I 'give a school away" i I' Saidoodill: "It M is. mv pleasure !i I (rook. on behalf. ol, the lauil- ALVIN N. ANDREWS
a\ principal ol irtm County
i I for a small community What do you sty when yet arc u still and students I hereby nc-
"About 1899 the new schoolhouse liven! a school" |' High School to thank! l In the have the opportunny who- caps the new Martin ( aunty Senior 'L'AXt&1A1i1A&B COLLHCTOR
became crowded An addi people High 'ich,111" "
pride
The answer to theoluclioll' have this and great/
provided building
lion of like site was added to the
I rear in 'L' shape, but it had only were revealed Sunday altcrnoon t 1'lcllllleI'u, the students of our -
: HOLIDAY- one single door when I Ihoinas I D ('rook. Martin county" With these facilities, with I

'By 1903, a third addition was County superintendent of schools, Ihe well trained and co-operativi i
added to the school house! Everyone faculty, an,1I (ff., and with th i
turned the Martin County
EAUTIFU I was contented over new quality ol Mudcnli, who attend I.hM,
I High School to James. Hood- institution it is my sincere belief
"In I 1907\ it was decided that
the village/ needed a setter school all principal'. that we will he able to continue I

modern, and fireproof Also the Said C rook: This "is a real pleasure to produce oulMJnding students I '
and dlIL 'n" which will justify the
Pelican teachers asked higher It was for the linancial' "
pay. me. Through elforls of all who have made this, FLOOR COVERINGHAS
decided to ask the Legislature (to
efforts of many people and lots event tod.iy become reality To
create a school district Thus with of hard work, both physical andnient hive. been selected to serve us\ first
i I Beauty Salon the creation of School District 2 ;:l ul, this new building/ has he-: l principal, of ihe new Martin ( oun GOT IT''
.
of Dade, VV J Dyer. Noah Parks
come a reality We have paused! I ty' Scni"rI'gh/ School: i s indueili
LIQUORS I Evenings by Appointment and, Byron Ball were elected trustees today, to dedicate this modern 1111,11 i privilege! and honor It 1ml
; When Mr. Dyer moved to
Myrlice( Clark Claire Scranton Palm Beach, Curt Schroeder was functional building I know of n"1 belief, that ihe MICCCSN of I ttii i ,
more fitting words to use in this
school Ihe
depends upon con I in'
215 AT 3484I appointed to fill his place.
OSCEOLA
brief dedication
than
ceremony Hid interests' and desires the
NEXT TO KWIK CIICK pea
I Soon after they tried to get anew
I those used as Ihe motto of )'ourrreenl pie of thus county' have tar the
... much and better building After senior class 'dive the lestthat future citi/ens of our county. M,ik'
discussion and work the have and the best will I,
j you and nation With the co-upcralwnand
contract was awarded for the new I to I declare this i building
conic you I interest exhibited thus tat
I school in October 1908. It dedicated' : And :it is my pleasure :I I .. --- -- .- I
C.t completed in May and would to present this new Martin' I A '. 11
f i iI t 120. The front portion of I wa'i ( School t olio
ounty High to you
Ij OA STORAGEWAREHOUSE?
:: :
present courthouse formerly (WooJall) for the students who Ill 1 ,
aIx1 the Stuart school. In 1915. '
j ilI arc under your prmcin.ilship M ; :
ly
,
I
:
first Parent :
Teacher Associationwas : ;:
t I God hlc<.s you and. ill who come l :
I organized. By 1916, a bigger
a '
, 'school was needed In the fill of I Storage by the 4' ;

..t,' 1916, ground was purchased for)
s $JOO per acre It took four bond HELP STOP L DayVcck o
c : t, elections before a $60,000\ ) issuai I II
was approved by voters of the 1 Month Year ,
; \ I north end of Palm Beach Connly -, b I .I4 ,
\' in 1922 to construct the consolidated BUR1 USED ll'RMIl'RI'' ; & DUI'ONT 501 !

I I' school on the ten-acre' WOODS !!!!! AI'I'II 13N'IS

, I site purchased before AU, (.01 nF11;
''
"Besides the actual construction I NYLON CARPET
i' cost, another $1 0.000 was 77
i! spent for a floor in the basement thousands ofThey're :
'sidewalks, and furnishings 10 Year Wear Guarantee *f Sq. Ytl.
t 'Its cornerstone contains the I II I
'II I O 21 Beautiful Colors
j mmes of the school officials for
I I that year as follows: trustees +eachers.
} f 'George W. Parks F H. Chand-l I .

': rl I Icr, and Dr F. B. Eurit: county I
board members: Edward Mapp. I

PAMPER ,. I'r .r'i I! D.county W. Boydston superintendent and W.:: Agnes E. Keen Bal-, "$QJ$ 'with: S..F C'O. Free Estimates
/:
lard, and principal Mrs. Joe A 'lb
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.I ,
sY
GAMY
.YOUR II ..' ." Youngblood, who served from 1921 I IOJtQ! :;Ourance: M
,
through 1924. ,
I fDUPONT
VALENTINE :. 1 ) "The school was on the accredit. 2 NYLON PLUSH PILE
cartful of of thouwndi
drlvtn
( -typical tent
.., ...- ed list of the State Departmentand
with ... also! of the Southern Association who are making Important tavlngt on their auto Insurance
of Secondary Schools and I the SAFECO way. Can YOU enjoy these tavingif CARPETING 77

Colleges.' The high school band Ask M. No obligation. And because It'i .I.cllv.- 4JT

a74. was created in 1938. available cartful driven SAFECO offers. the
I to only- Free Estimates
This same school was used until Sq. Yd.
this put: week, when the students broadest end itrongert protection available any-

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UJqe Stuart NrlUil FRNLSf LYONS' COLUMNS



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1964 What Did Lyndon tt ,, y?

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Published every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard, Whisper in Ear ? ,

Stuart, Martin County, Florida
Entered u second-class: mail matter at post office at Stuart Florida ?w

MEMBER OF: Of Billy Graham?

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION IT COMES AS a shock to the average

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS American to find out that this country is hated ,
nil over the world. We like to be liked. We : 8 ,ss
GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor cannot understand the cries of "Yankee impenulists' -

LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager: !," the bombings of embassies, the at- 'n? 'r

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two years fronts. to our flag

850. (Subscribers living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rate.)
Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year two years $9.50, THE THOUGHT that this may all be part
Six months $2.75, three months $1.75.I of a plan to make us universally unpopular )
Foreign and Canadian rates on application ahead of a major confrontation has been advanced / v

by some observant persons, ,, '
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y

BUT THE closest anybody has come: to "

Time for a Regular Traffic Light at saying that there is something definite in the : : :'

wind, without Identifying it, was Billy Grahamin ,
an interview last week shortly after he had .
Intersection of and
76 Monterey RoadWith lunch. with the President nJ


of the school traffic control GRAHAM SAID that "a terrible crisis"Is
opening new high on green light. fi)
Slate Road 76 lust week, a hazardous traffic Also. all traffic should be slowed on Slate building up for the U.S. In the world and + .v a ab
situation was intensified Road 76 in the vicinity) of the school. This coming to a head in the next !several months. 1

We refer to the Monterey Road crossing, artery Indiantown Roud, is a main highway Beyond that he would not elaborate, except
where there have been a number of accidents, with fast speeds prevailing on it. that it was "going to be worse than October fv

despite the fact that there is a flashing yellow It also Mould be well for the school author 1962" and that it would require the utmostin < .S ,

caution blinker there. ities and law-enforcement authorities to checkon American courage: and spiritual strength to

Now, with the traffic greatly Increased by the driving behavior of youngsters taking live through it.

school buses and those high school students can to school .
f
who have cars, or are driven to and from They should be informed in advance that THE EVANGELIST had the air of one f'w

school by their parents, this traffic blinker any who drive their vehicles In a reckless! man- to whom has been confided a state secret utmost #"

should be replaced with a regulation red and ner will lose their licenses too awesome to bear Not being able to

sleep nights, he hits arranged things so that %
the rest of us can't either-without giving ..Sir r rY rr rr

away any secrets, understand.

Warren's Investigating CommissionMust n ,
I SO NOW THE big question in the mindsof

newsmen and governments around the world
Give People the Full Truth will be: "What did Lyndon tell Billy?" And My rr: k ;

every citizen will be wondering what the President +.
Billy Graham and, probably, the Security u p+N '? ,,r

A disquieting statement was made by Chief find out the truth about the a assassination and Council are aware of that the rest of us are '

Justice Earl Warren in connection with the tell it to the American people in ignorance about ROYiL PALMS IX\IIN\IE: lR.\ QUIL SCENE: IN MU\RTS MEMORIAL PRK'SETTERS

recent interrogation of Mrs. Marina Oswald This indication of the paternalistic attitude __ __ ___ .
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Russia-born widow of Lee Harvey Oswald. that we will be told "only what is best for you HAS DE GAULLE, along with recognition -
to know" is an example of managed news at able to continue to work under the These same dogs! were here I 1.1" t GIVES; : 'I IRIBUIb: '10
the bomb know-how
atomic to
pledged
He stated that her secretly
given testimonyon .JUDGE. A. O. KVNM.R:
its worst Docs the Chief Justice that if conditions that exist year
mean Red China? the of Red
events preceding the assassination of Presi- Certainly recognition The authorities should
Mm. Oswald testified that Oswald was an agent There has been a good bit in the proper Editor Stuart News:
China by France i is a small matter for so much
dnt John F. Kennedy "may not be released In either impound these dogs o r
lifetime." of the Soviet or of Cuba. It would be kept a concern to be shown about it, unless it means newspapers over the past year regarding bring the owners into court for Upon hearing of the retirement
your secret in our lifetimes? If he Red THIEDJTI I ot Judge A. O Kanner Feb. I Is.
was a spy, a greatly strengthened Communist China. And 1'v the !schools: here in Martin flagrant violation of the lawResident .
He was quoted as saying that. If the tcsiU! in from the bench of the Second Dis
of classified information would
possession Count and the
strength these days is measured only in terms ) in particular high .
mossy contains information affecting national that trict Court of Appeals I want to
be hidden from America?
this
of fission and fusionWHAT !school: in Smart However is
security, it may be suppressed for decades President Johnson, who appointed him, just t a drop in the bucket as to what IHVNkS NEWS FOR express my high regard for one
"and I say that seriously. should tell Chief Justice Warren that whatis The opinions expressed are thoseof really is ,going on. Perhaps someday CO-OPFRAIION of our most' distinguished! citizens
WOULD we do if Red China, the writers.. If desired, letters of Martin County
Those are strange words to be coming wanted is not an "interpretation" or what it will all come out but I doubt
from the head of a fact-finding committee the commute thinks the American firmed with the bomb after technical help from are printed above a nom de plume it Every time someone gets hot Editor Stuurt News: Judge kanner served faithfully
people France ordered us to haul out of South Viet. but never without The News knowing on the trail it is squelched 1 Look We, of the United Fund Association and most honorably in his various
directed by President Lyndon B. Johnson! to "ought to know, but the whole truth.
:
of Jensen. Beach Rio have
nom, South Korea Formosa and Japan? the name of the writer. Letters at the N E,A. investigation 1 hat capacities. It is a tribute to him
sent in anonymously are filed fell by the wayside-stopped deadin just completed our seventh annual that in almost forty years of pub
------- I ta the waste basket.-The Editor Us tracks Don't believe the business drive for funds, We are fully awareof lie service he has never been opposed -
REALLY IT would have been better for the reason for this year's mostsuccessful election.
in an
about it being a minor aflair
Gruhum to have come right on out and told.IUII AUDUBON) DIRFCIORAGAINST : that can he handled by the School drive. His clean records, his high
Northern Editor Has 'Had Florida I ABU INGOt i !
I Enough' even if it involved breaking security The Board Our residents were fully i in- ideals, and the capable manner 'in
EAGLE: TREES:
would be better off knowing the de. formed and In many instances,
country which he has fulfilled his
Parents and taxpayers, start t various
Publicity; Threatens, Summer r RetaliationNiagara tails of one bud thing that might happen than Editor In your Stuart column News of: last week you asking yourself some questions checks came were to ready call. when canvassers positions in the community, county -
imagining half a dozen .t that I robahly..wo.n't. Why did such a large! number of and stale should serve as ..a i i'Trwdel
had one recommendation .which I ?" We know that the reason .for ,'
for'
hesitate to favor and this hesitation good students drop a"v"parfieular all of this was the complete cooperation others seeking publicoffices
( Fulls Gazelle) like sledding, Ice skating and skiing SUPPOSE we wake up some morning and has been a matter of policyof subject? Was it too hard lor themor we received from all of .
How would we get even with the Florida find out that Russia has orbited a space station the Bald Eagle Committee was it the presentation1' What the press and radio. We deeply appreciate He has served as appellate judge\:
Sometimes when we feel spiteful, we are is the real reason behind the drop- circuit judge and
state attorncv
newspapers? at a speed thut keeps it continuously 500 this is the labeling of eagle trees that co- peration.
moved by a desire to even with Florida outs in bund Was it the directoror He was In the Florida
get with So behalf of the residents Legislature:
It would be easy. We would start In May miles above Chicago. and the thing is loaded a sign/ in of
was it that other things required for sixteen and
newspapers. Jensen Beach and Rio and years served l two
und continue into November printing stones with a super-bomb capable of wiping out the While we recognize the desirability memo
of the dailies from the Sunshine the students time and attention bers of the United Fund Association years as senator from the district!
Many
about the inhuman All Nik has do of letting landowners know
States to
Florida during
temperatures in United is press a ? Why do so many people which then included Martin and
State arrive in northern offices in when found their please accept this certificate
newspaper those month We would articles button and we're problem more. eagle nests are on
play up no any move into this area and, after having four other counties.He .
of awarded to The
the wintertime, filled with pictures of sandy dealing with termites and the vast of properties, and having them setup their children in the schoolsfor appreciation
array all sufficient of such Stuart News for your outstmdmgcooperation gave many years of conscientious : -
beaches and in suits. It or a part
girls bathing
scents bugs that often threaten to overwhelm residentsof IT WOULD be tempting, if that happened Bald Sanctuaries a few months, move on to in our 1964 drive. service on the board of directors -
properties as Eagle -
that nearly every newspaper in Florida puts the Sunshine State We would describe in to wire Billy Graham and ask: "Is this it?" I question the wisdom of other areas? Could it be that the Yours truly of the Martin Memorial
out two or three special editions In the winter greater and graphic detail Florida hurricanes "No people are just visitors or could Hospital
more But suppose he replied: not yet" labeling the individual nest tree Zola Swarthout,
devoted to promotion of tourism und various and gully washers and the it be that our school system is not President. He
humidity and I believe such labeling might richly deserves a big vote ot
festivals staged to entice Yankees to come dampness that causes furniture to deteriorate. OR DID LYNDON confide to Billy that render the eagles vulnerable to what it should be? I am sure you thanks commendation, and ap

down and part with their money. But we probably won't ever do it, becauseit the hard-core Southern Senators are going to disturbance through having curious can think Martin of a good many has madea other \\K' NEVER L>'FR prectation: for his many years ofunselfish
questions County
We don't object to this, but we are disturbed wouldn't be particularly exciting news and be successful In bottling up the civil rights people visiting the nesting tree name for itself in the state, And PUBIISIIFRSI: devoted and dedicated t

by the way these! same newspapers play up il would offend Northerners' sense of fair play. bill, to be followed by riots and bloody civil at the r"wrong time: Early fc fcnu the sea if things continue it will be increasingly Editor Stuart News: public service, and best wishes for
the snowstorms, blizzards and other winter (Note from Editor Stuart News: "Aw go disorders all over the land? son of nesting the easily harder to obtain teach- Will you please print this poem many happy years to enjoy the
time weather phenomena north of the Florida ahead and do it. Tell them about the trade disturbed and driven off ers of mine soul-satisfying rewards for his untiring
Advertising loo much the eagle services in the public
state line. winds blowing all summer long about all the AMONG the many unpleasant possibilities tree small and So we have a nice new build IN MEMORY: OF MR. II \\\ LI Y interest
may
They make it 'seem as if winter In the north fun we have boating und fishing, having beach that might set the gates of Armageddon ajarIs thoughtless encourage boys-(or careless hunters ing, we have new equipment, but Most sincerely
is a last-ditch battle for survival against ice picnics and barbecues Let them know that the situation between the United Arab Re- -to take pot shots at the eagles are all the students getting the Gone is Mr. Hawley, a friend of Mrs John W. Stokes

and snow and sub-zero temperatures They Florida has a growing summer tourist t business, public and Israel at or near the nest! same opportunity to get a decent mine and! yoursA
should know better. We have mild spells, and when things arc cheaper and more family tun As you know eagles as a wholeare education? Is it their own fault9Taxpayers man. that I will remember as ...wvmxit wgmmuaem

I winter can be pleasant, especially for, those who is available) FOR THE PAST few years, the Nasser-led birds of solitude. They thrivein It'S your money. long as life endures. LET'S LAUGH

ptian-Arub forces have been hiring Ger- inaccessible locations deep in Parents, its your children. He liked me because of my freckles,

man rocket experts to make rocket artillery to the pine forests of the lumber com Sincerely, I liked him because of his heart. ,-.....- .
Citizen u.
fire at the Israelites; and the Jewish nation panies or the woodland patchesof Interested And, because of this wonderful
has atomic (which it denies is the ranches Some do learn to happiness and friendship, A small boy went into the store
Aid Is set an plant
Foreign Weakening the U.S. Economy capable up of making an atomic bomb) get the along ancestral with nesting man und site cling, even to S"S RUNNING: HUNTING AT LARGK DOGS I cried when we had to part. und for plunked a bottle down of 5 cents"It, asking

And Is the Biggest Cause of Gold Outflow though lands are cleared and Editor Stuart News: But when I go to heaven I will see I 10() cents," said the pop storekeeper costs
m v DOES LYNDON and now Billy know homes built around the nestingtree Roaming the Port Sewall area him there again The youngster tried again and
which one of these forces intends to obliteratethe These eagles in accessible! locations are two hunting dogs that awaken And I will be as happy, us I have asked for a candy bar He got the
other first und what will the US.and are the ones that need our people in the curly morning hours ever been. same reply, and this happened
(Uf Lines Washington. D.C.) Our government has gone to amazing Russia-do if it starts happening? closest attention and protection. with their loud howling -By Nancy Scott: several times At last the boy turned -

Ten years ago, the American dollar was the lengths to avoid admitting real and obvious I am thinking that eagle nesting Hunting dog owners, I understand Dear Nancy: sadly away, leaving his 5 cents
soundest currency on earth. The value of causes! of the weakening of the dollar HE MADE his statement Wednesday. The trees instead of being labeled, are not permitted by law We never print verse, but whenever on the counter
should have
every other medium of exchange was measured American tourists und the families Guantanamo crisis broke on Thursday afternoon around a each buffer zone established to allow their animal to run at a ten-year-old thanks enoughof "You've left your nickel, boy,"
of to
keep
,, in terms of the American dollar Americans Was that it? Hardly, although/ it might intruders one large nor to molest wild animals someone to write as nice a poem Called the storekeeper.
: were encouraged to travel and to spend American servicemen have been subjected to have been part of the 'build-up for several away with the during the nesting of out of season Neither are dog as you did us time to break the "You keep it," replied the lad.
season a '
abroad. Washington:! was in a position to guide regulation as though/ they were responsible for months" to the big crisis. Like Panama, Zanzibar very few qualified exception people who owners permitted to let their dogs rule-just once. "It.am t worth nothing."-Tidings.

r the whole economic development of millions the balance of payments problem. Their contribution Ghana Little irritations leading to a would know how to conduct themselves make nuisances out of themselves The Editor. "
--- -- -- -- Ms it true the asked
in other lands. Is like a drop of water when compared big blow-up But it is doubtful that we will as to not to disturb the the reporter ,

The situation has been reversed Some to the Niagara! Falls of government go to war with Cuba over anything short of an birds. A II KJitorial; : the explorer jungles will'that not wild harm animals in if

European currencies are sounder than our spending through the foreign aid program outright attempt to seize the base Sincerely. you carry a torch*.' you

own. As a result, gold I is moving out of this which has spent $100\ billion since the end Russell MasonExecutive "It ull depends" said the explorer -

country. Russia is acquiring large amounts of World War II THLRE ARE a number of impressive Florida Director Judge Kanner Is Praised "on how fast you carry

of our dwindling gold reserves Foreign aid I is the obvious cause" of the things that the President might have told Graham MaitlindUKIItR Audubon. Society it, .-Squibs. Nccnah. Wis.

What led us to this situation? imbulmce of payments Yet the connectionwith such as discovering that the South Is going -
The outflow of gold is occurring because foreign aid is rarely mentioned The to go Republican after all that a coupleof : l>I' URnS; By Newspaper at Lakeland Businessman to his physician:
explanation of this silence is half "I I can't pay my bill. Doc. I slow
our government is putting the economic Interests great simple. Cabinet members and the Security ON 'All. IS HILL ed
downjust
of other nations ahead of our own. Foreign aid for most t of our government Council have been caught with safety deposit \VIIII I I I I SCHOOLS) ) ( I Ihe Lakeland Ledger) ing attorneys and members of the and I lost like you .told" me to
planners and officials is one of the boxes stuffed with rubles and cellars stocked judiciary my job -RoundUp -
most sacred
Perhaps the planners assumed that we were Editor Stuart News: Two weeks hence Judge A. O Muscatme Iowa
in such a strong economic position after World of ull sacred cows: No mutter what happens, with caviar, or that Bobby Baker is, too, really In last weeks paper amid all Kanner of t the Second District" He has given ample indicationof

War II that we could count on keeping it it is not to be attacked or criticized. going: to print that hook. the flowery phrases extolling the Court of Appeals in Lakeland, will having an exceptionally good! QUO fABLE
without effort and watchfulness. Today the If Americans understood how foreign aid wonders of the new Martin County retire ending! forty years of public legal mind, and he had the Judicial QUOTES
most economically sound nations are those of is weekending foundations of our economy BUT WHAT did he tell him' High School building there was service They have been years temperament of weighing dispassionately !- Some people are not the life
,r Western Europe.: They are sound because through/ the gold outflow, there would be another one paragraph that caught m y of honored service which have and objectively, separating of the party until they leave"
and THAT QULSIION will in eye. "All in all if Martin County earned for him the highest esteemof the I truth and relevant Huntsville (Mo.) Randolph County
national powerful for its drastic gnaw every
their argument
have always put own economic ,
they from the spurious and irrelevant,
and in headquarters High School: students can't get a the members of the bar and Herald."In .
reduction news room every Intelligence/ -
j 4; interests first. around the world and In every American decent education u will largely others with whom he has had occasion and passing (fair judgment."He horse and buggy days the
until is answered be their own fault to deal among them, members is not retiring with finality. nearest thing to a clover leaf wasa
\ it Now on the surface this would veofoft the 'Legislature He is a It is characteristic of him and fork In the road." Duluth
sal k SAM: )SPRir Rr:>'hNL'KS:! : MEA seem logical/ But all the teaching Florida; .:: who began his understandable, that he has expressed (Minn.) Publicity

The,Stuart News will furnish photo printsof PARK IS PAYING OWN WAY CERTAINLY, if a show-down is coming machine elaborate equipment, public career a* a state attorney the hope that he will be "An obstinate man does not hold
to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture and the President knows it, he might as well air-conditioned and/or heated From position i as prosecutor he called back into service for a lit. opinions. They hold him."-Okla-
size up staff for a charge of $2.00 Revelation the other day that Sundspnt confide in all of us classrooms etc are not going to went to sl the Florida i: House and; tie while now and then when he homa City (Okla) Live Stock
NEWS ,
taken by the Park has taken in revenues of $1,381 since make up for the deficiency in the served five terms; then served; two is needed. News.
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional Labor Day means that the park is paying its IS MEXICO about to go Red! Will Cyprus administration of the subjects Thisis terms as State Senator, After his "He has been a Lakeland resident "Its "been said a narrow riled
prints ordered from the same negative: at the own way, with sufficient coming in la defl'llYCpenC1 erupt into World War IIP Is Goldwater really not meant as a slur against! the legislative; years he became a Circuit during his years in the court and a wide mouth go together"-"
time I larger li.ul' *by> special! quotation. teachers Goodness) knows, they Judge, and was serving i In here. Now he will back
same ; of an attendant, keeping it cleanedup going to lead the Marines to turn the water move to Langford (S,D.) Bugle
Stuart New employee will not take photographs und installing necessary safety devices back on for Guantanamo? Come on, Lyndon are doing their best" We have some that capacity when he was chosen his home in Stuart. Lakeland regrets "On the basis of effort expended -
except for the new and advertising This is a healthy situation in which those tell us too. We'II be worrying about little good teacher in the system We seven years ago for the position to lose him, and finally the those" who obtain the greatest
column of ne Stuart New. out-of-slaters who the every have also! lost a great many good' from which he is about to retire. bar in general and the judiciary amount of money by writ in I are
many enjoy park a from 'Alabama to Zanzibar until
thing
,- ', < pay you teachers-voluntarily. or "i involunc His, elevation.,. .' '.to,.the. "District, ., -Court. .... .in. particular".....,.. c : .in. ...appreciation. .. I.. for, college students with i their letter:



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I Garden Club Plans li ++ 0 t.,' .......-.. .".......- ..? "1'tH&' I nrr STUART (Florida) I\oT.W' I II

Ihur d t%4t I II
I < ) Ifbfuup O.
March Flower Show OBITUARIES I ,

",,', .
!Mrs John Arsenaurt chairman s a.si' Fire DepartmentGets

.>l the Travelers Palm Garden Club 'Ooc' Spears Dics
flower ,show to he held on March ;
** and 8. conducted .i panel of f instruction ad Was Hall-of'Famer More Funds
in various I"haCof (he
show it TucsdaN's meeting of the Hi, (lareiue \\'' Spcais, .ill (the town ('oinnii\Mi>n. .M M-
club .it SalhavenMn. turn great 'o'lh.,1I' plus en and I TiicsJax) meeting voted! to giu
I I .. Alfred: Necks; gate in "icrall ,, .itch ind member of the Football $'(III) qmirlerlv li> the Volimteir'
picture of the show' :" !Mrs Hill. ot I F.lIl1e. died at his" home Fire nel'lIrtmcnt.Ihlle the request
Rat Hanson discussed "artistic i n I Kqiust.i on Kb I I. Dc.llhlil\ ot' the department cur more t funds
I lu,' ii- hi'. ..illackAs I
irrangcmcnti. and Mrs MeerLelowltz .1 i in IH being studied
I talked about the horticulture .t i 'ss pound guard! with i I Mayor Jack Rohson Muted thai'
exhibits Then those I srea( speed .1 i n d I ability "n..IC" the town had paid $1fKH "rI I tire
planning' to show arrangements Spc.iiplavid .it, Dartmouth and hydrant I: which, added I U> I the I
asked questions and clarified problem I nadi Wallei I imps s All Amcrl.I S2.tltl( )() lUmiilion for I h e year. I
*. : third: t itmi' in 1914 and first would lake 55,11(10( )t out of the lo\\n\\
young people will model children> wear it the stjlc showon Mrs Henry Scifcrt displayed a I team m I91 I | < Ho was\j also famouss $50.01)0) budget I I
mobile she had made be .1 i drop-kick and punting special.
Februan to
I 19 t toi, ihe Mean Association ol Palm Beach and hung The new entrance to Yacht I
in the recreation room at Salh.iv- ast't
Martin Counties the Club titatev donated the
in garden ot Horn. Sound PrcshMcnan Church t to town
gift to the residents there. His career included" a period of
en. a
Left to Ir by Mr. und Mn John IX-lav. will
right are ( arl ( randall Rosalind Randall I coda Gail Dor- r ,
followed
p"'fe'l.'lonalhllil/
Hostesses! for the meeting were by
he n.uiKHl. Yacht
Club
Drive.
Marsha according -
say Holt. Darlcnc Randall md John Dkc) Mrs. Arscn.iull. Mrs Fred Wilson "ighlcencars ol I collegiate centering : lo motion the
a pasted b\
u. [Dartmouth West
Mrs
Hansen, Mrs William Virginia
commission On the original plat ot
-- Bagman and Mrs. William Minnesota Oregon and Nviscon-,
Jaquei m with .. record of 105 wins, the iiibdivision it was called Alfred If I

JUPITER NEWSMRS. HERE: AND THERE K defeats and! II ties Street I II II
ww; He was .i physician and surgeon Commissioner Louise Johnston I
ANNA MINCAR, Correspondent Phone 746-4643 Hani Ulbrich, Savannah Ga. U. Ypsilanli Much, after hi i s proposed; (hat funds be allocated lo I d dI dI dP dl ,

...'. has been the guest of his sister oaching career. He served as havo a landscape: : plan drawn I for I i
.reWSeo awauA.sai Mrs Peter Nagcl and Captain thysician for Ihe Detroit lions the beautification of AIA alternate
Nagcl, ut their home on North jnd scout und advisor for Green Ci i. Mayo) chief of police niggctlcd -
Art Group Holds Show Feb. /17 River. Bay Packers and Waslungton Redskins that county olficlaU>> and
the county engineer consulted
At The First Mr. and Mn Albert Wegnerof Follow ins his retirement to his il1 carrying out the plan I
Shore
Bank of JupiterThe Bay guests of Long Mrs Island May Winter N. y"are home on Kmgslcy Road he con.

I loxanatchec Drive tinned his interest in sports, ut. Mn. IlnwoodVulet of M.lrI I
Art Group ol the JupiterTcqucMa group arc Mrs \Villiam F Stewart Icn.lI1glhe! high school: games\ und ::kll1t MJX? i U spending\ I th a
urea met on Thursdayat treasurer, and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs Cilxnn) Mayo have playing, golf regularly. Mr und Mn. Alvin I i
the home of the president Mrs (Coat secretary. moved to their new home in Brent- Dr SpenrI.is survived by his Butierfield ul their home on Coll-
George Mothcrwcll. to complete worth widow Mrs 'ornelia M Spears: view Drive.
plans for its up-coming show llli: B\IDI\CIRS: : IN .1 i son Robert S Spears who captained +P
The show \Nr I 1]10 Mr and Mrs Richard Stalls I the Yule football
will be held at the AREA a team m Over half the women In the 11I"'rforce
First Bank of arc entertaining their two grand 1951 1 and two daughters Mrs
Jupiter on Monday I Mr. and Mrs Allen ; are married and over half
Feb. 17, Bildingcr d.tulZhtefSu".ln and Lee Ann Alfred {'. lereber of (Cincmnal '
of
through Friday Feb 21. I Pa. these) have children under 18
/clicnoplc. ,
were guests at !Shepard for the month of Fcbruary -
Entries and Mrs Allison S. lulford of
in original oil
art watercolor
Jupiter Ranch last week Mr. and .
Mrs. Stalls visited her daughter ColumbusMemorial.
and
ceramics
are invited I Mrs B.ildmgcr are well-known In Mrs. Charles
Shepard and S. 5Home
services held
from this area from North Palm were at
the Pittsburgh area for their fabulous Mr. Shepard at their home in
Beach and southern Marlin County the Church in the I'lnesn 1 lies- I
Mrs j Baldingcr's. Market where Bluebell, Pa. last week and brought MARC BI1.L+tIRG n IU'II'SR IISr day. :
according to Helen
Butt I they handle 4.(KM) ) or more varieties the diminutive misses home with Loan Talksby
publicity chairman There i is to be of and food
foreign
exotic
a limit of three entries, for each her. !MRS L, P. NIVAI:
Visitors
students from India
artist l. and a charge of $1 I per en I Polynesia or Austria and Italy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christensen Ceramic Artist in Mrs. I Lydia Patrima NevnJ of don herald

try.Three come to Bildingcr to buy the ingredients of Tallahassee, announce the 104 I Irie: Drive died of u heart
birth of a son, Daniel Dwight, at
classes are planned: Professional for their native dishes attack on Friday.
amateur and hohb>'isl. When Mrs. Baldingcr doesn't haveit Memorial Hospital! on Feb. 6. He An active worker in the Pen
First second and third class rib. she gets in touch with consulates i is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs Local Appearance ple's Congregalion.it C liurch, and

bons will be awarded in each class foreign diplomats or tome N T. Christensen, Loxahatchce president of Ihe Jupiter Republican Hello/
Mr. and Mrs George Jenkings, artinstructors of her myriad friends to find Ihe River Drive. \\'l11en'" (luh, she I Is survived

at Palm Beach Private things our friends from overseas Mr, and Mrs William Butler Marc Bell.lire, nationally known ttfsitv.il at the Mauler Museumthis by her husband./ Niels Nevoid J11 lllamlish/ I
School and Norton Art Galleries want. and their children, John, Stephen, ceramic artist t. of the Bellaire Gallery month I the festival is sponsored Her family includes>>: two sons, .

will be the judges. The Jenkins Mary Ann, Michael and Patrick, Crittenden Va, appeared before by Bnndvis University Na. Norman of Jupiter and Richard
have shown their work widely in Mrs. Thomas P. Robinson and of Oneonta N. Y. have taken a tron.il Worn.til's Committee. of) Iloynton Beach, three daughters ,
the !south and received many Mrs John J. Trent president and house here for February to be the local ceramic artists at On Saturday Justin Brady, well- Mrs Frank Wilson of Bowie\ .
awards. vice president of the Jupiter Bud.ness close to Mrs. Butlir'i parents, Mrs. Dodie Ihiiyer'i last week. known instructor 11Ihe use of Mich., Mrs Joseph Slavish of I s.I I l
Entries should he taken to the and Professional Women Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Doty. Mr. Bellaire demonstrated decorating the potter'sI hLoc!. give demonstrations Middlesex. N. J., mid Mrs\ Mi-
First Bank of Jupiter on Saturday Club attended a District 8 meet- and Mrs. Dory Mr. and Mrs techniques in, his first two d.ivsot at Mrs Thaycr's studio eh.iel Siromick of Iloynton Beach
Feb IS between the hours of 9 ing in Fort Pierce last Sunday I John Doty and Mr and Mn. But instruction and clay construction Mrs Thayer herself a skilllul ,artist and! twelve grandchildren,
a.m. and I p.m. and may be picked Mrs. Shirley Floyd and Mrs L. ler are spending several) days in on the third. The talented author in using the potter's wheel
up the following Saturday V. Mmcar also represented the Freeport. Grand Bahamas, this i and designer, accompanied demonsrated! Us use at her booth MUtRr MttOMHS
The other officers of the new club at the meeting week by Mrs Bellaire and their children at South Florida. I air. Word has been received
._ hereof
-- -- ---- ------ spent several days in the area v.i- Helen Butt whose paintings
the death of Stuart McCombs.
calionmg. hose won wide recognition in Palm former Tell"e..1 I resident,, | rid.iv, I I Ir
I Mrs Thayer and Mrs M.(detain IKaeh shows. and Mrs\ Thayer m IX'Iroit Mr. McComhI""t his I I
:0)T rag \N Rvan have had their ere look (part in Ihe Clothes I Line Art wife: here a few weeks ago Fit.:

-: wnd*jff *V= ations accepted, it the Fine Ails Show it Poinciana Plaia is survived by a son Stuait Jr. (If
--- -- - -
Louisville, a daughter, Mrs Rob You Not 1
etl Dussean, of Birmingham Mich. are
e Physical Fitness Program and a sister. Mrs I.. I I. I Farris of
Bloomington Ill Bunul was In

Demonstrated for PTA Detroit. Number 899,367


'64 JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-lmpala Sport Coup BHUIIIUY PAR 1'\' First Federalof
hty-four boys and !girls per taking part J in three wrestling Michael Culpeppir, son/ of Mr at
formed for the Parent Teacher Association matches and Mrs Robert {lilpe/ spar, was

./ -a* at its Monday, night meeting Junior high! boys and girls then honored on his eighth birthday recently Vero Beach I
.
.,,
-v i l The program on 'Physical Fit. I I games, with prizes! awarded the.
ness Programs in Ihe School: ," was followed by a small group of high winners 1 none present were Brandt

introduced I by Principal' Howard school: tumblers working through Slemdurf. Sieve Spiller, Robert It's mighty hard lo treated
Swyers in a brief talk Mr Swy- a group of tumnnng routine to howler, Mark levee, Glenn Dins, get
en pointed out that the aim of the IIIIJ\ic. Brent und Rex Carrmglon!! Drew like a penun anywhere anymore.

school: program was to bring every the show closed with square Wright Bruce Kelly. Ken Scott You are a Social Security num.
ALL-NEW CHEVELLE-Mallbii Sport Coup student to the: peak of physical fitness dancing by sixteen of the high I and Geoffrey Alderman. her, a 9-diglt phone number, aipcixlo
-
not just 1 football and basketball school group. Mrs Nellie Lucas .
'' number, an automobile
ANSI HI/I/ (USIIINO
players.
managed and announced the show "
The program clearly demonstrated A short business meeting preceded ARK: Rblll.CUI: : license. numher, and many other
his I IIrt. kinds of OTHLR: numbers Life
theory junior high the
program Richard H. AnschuU and John
pupils> gave a rope jumping eahihtan'this has becomo an IBM machine, and
: I n. dishing went re-elected to
w- was followed by MX Mr and Mrs ('. I D Mathews he 1 own Council of Jupiter Inlet In many place you are just a
high school and junior high buys of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and Colony ut the election on Tues punched card.

showing wrestling techniques and their daughter, Miss Kathy Wilson day. Fifty per cent of the regiserctl -
Well, this isn't the it Is
of New York, are visiting voters turned out to return way at
Sin Mathewn' parents, Mr and both councilmen to office Each First Federal Savings\ at Vvroleach. /
64 THRIFTY CHEVY It-Nova Sport Coup tUHIILA 52 I IN
Hero's "financial instiiu-
Mrs George; \ \lolherwell, lighthouse hat served three yeurs. AnschuUs a
CRUISE! IO MAI At A '
Drive. on the staff al Pratt & Whitney ion" that hopes U will never grow
Coast Guard Auxiliary Holilla und Cashing, I is retired./ so large that you'll become just
Stephen Floyd student at f lor.
52 spent Sunday on a cruise to No. 899,367 You are treated likea
Port Mayaca, with stop-over at ida University at Gainesville, spent Mr and Mrs. Roy S. Rood were visit
"' Indiantown Manna. for a cook-out last. weekend, at his home on Pen- hosts to the Class of 1916. Jiipicr person every time you First 'lrid.mllk
Federal.
Five of the local craft look Ihe nock Point High' !School, at their home in

! .: .tJ.v! <". =. { )Mil Following members and their ''''III' Major William Stinger, who has Shelter I Lane last' week. All four first Federal wants lo N knownas lomatit, potato, and watermelon

lies on the all-day jaunt: Ir and I been the: guest of his sister, Miss members of that graduating class the pleaianlest place In this growers' find these hard to kilt I insects
Mrs. W. C. Wilkinson and Mm. were present: Roy Rood, Henry for CYGON. the
( wrote at her home match
''64 SPORTY MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Morwa Club Coup Stinger on wholo area to keep savings or to no
Anna Wilkinson, Commander William I S. Pennock, Addle Damon Vulcnml -
North River, left for Texas Mon.
Insecticide with all these important
Becker, Mr. and Mrs. R ITiladwin day and Jerry Seabrook Leo I Vul.entinl act; a home loan.
( Jr. and their tannlv II was also a guest In 1916, advantages
\ Frank kickers Mr und Mrs Mm Mrs Margaret Maine' of Baltic I the total enrollment I n Jupiter Kills on contact

."* I nan and their family Mr. and Mrs (reck, M Ich. is the guest of school was eighty-five .avkr ....1 Ira IN I.wnd .. 50,000!
Robert i lagg. Mr. and Mrs Robert her sister Mrs I. B. ('lit'k. and -- .h. '....1 1..ln.. mid. t.-. I..... Good residual activity
C. .. .. .., ..... .. .
7awitz: and Mr, und Mrs Robert I i Mr. Clark at their home on Old Over four million babies were .w a.. wIlo u.r.iI., .., _V...... rd. eM ...p, Systemic action from inside
Gomcr. 'Jupiter Beach Road "horn last I -.. m .., a.,.
___ _. __ u --- ..-- year _. __. the plant
(Copyrighted' J 1964))
O low In hazard-no special
'64 EXCITING CORVETTC-Stlnj Ray Sport Coup protective equipment needed

I FRESH FROM BOWERS GROVES WANTA Economical 'low rates five

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small cars, long cars, short cars, family cars, personal cars If..you M ..... .....*...yMir.. loanulld. ..
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one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's Is like having your own private auto show

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And if we had room here we could go on and list all the engines Chevrolet offers, h
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS
ranging up to an extra-cost 425-hp V8 in the big Chevrolet. And all the different INSECTICIDE
..asst.s
transmissions. And the umpteen different exterior and interior color choices. ASSOCIATIONOF Ic LOAN .?at planting time to protect potatoes

And the models with bucket seats and those without. And the hundreds of s from the ravages of 'leaf
ii;
: 0 v INDIAN RIVER COUNTY miners, aphids, leaf hoppers, flea
different accessories, including the new extra-cost AM-FM radio. But that's best> ,r and WIREWORMS tomatoes
:<)45) I4lh Ave ILeI'JO J-JJ73 beetle larvae
left to Chevrolet.dealer. That and exactly how reasonable from leaf miners.
your : Veto Reach: florid.f"M *

the price can be for you to be able to enjoy so much car. Plenty of Fresh Tree Parking on 15th AveitiMIIOtRSi Your dealer has CYGON and TIMES

9 lo 3 dully' except Wedaaday see him today.

THE CREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy U Conair Cenettt Fruit. 9 to 12. Open 5 to 7 Frlday .'r""N..nAMERICAN

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4 MBre' STUART (Tla) NEWS' Thud' Ftbrmiry. 13'_W4 ..J.. _J. --...-. ..." -_. .. -" "'... "'- ".. '--' Ai >r. a-<...... ...... '---'U- ...." t )a'


{ Exceeded Same Month in:61 J Home Building Section News for Veterans


; 1 Issued by Keller

$578,675 in Permits ..,-." !!"JOy"... ..." ti, .v '. .,,- -",,, ?,,,,taarAm. .,... ____ .m/tpfa",_m....

RECENT BUILDING PERMITS; By LEE CASON JR.

: 1- II .
Issued in
JanuaryA (Felt, I through 7)) Veterans taking education or tracheotomy, pncumothorax, hemophilia -
training counw under the Korean colostomy and other disabilities .
Owner Locution Contractor Description Amount Cil Bill, have to "cram" or
S325,0NI(> permit for mtijoi r Martin County to $578,67* for double may daises to reach their requiring special care 1 he
!
addition to Carver Gardens Jim.. January, 1964, pitting the year off City of Stuart goal a% the up deadline for completing lions information will taken include medic i
regularly dangerousallergies
i Senior High Schoo, ""looMedsKtytevcn I mid running ut )just uhout the pace such counts it now only one .
i'I'
and immunization dates
it needs to avenge monthly to Sam Bank 505 Wet Third Street Nona Tear down building
building inChason's I year away. In addition to being issued the
permits
j top 1963. a record year with a W. L. Carpenter 7011 Cleveland AvenueNone Remodel $ 300 hn set Jan. II I, 1965,
total excelling: $8000000( ) () ), Congress emergency cards, the patients ire
Stuart Lund 829 Stafford Drive None Florida the off dale for the Korean .
Sixteen residential* permits were room 2000 as cut- !given advice in procuring an emergency
( I also among the fifty.four issued Earl Putnam Holduy' Trailer Park Nono Awning, 200 readjustment program of education medical identification signal
'ompleleAulomotlve during January by the county and training for veterans, device. Ihesc devices made of
building inspector for a total. of Martin CountyJensen John W Keller Martin County durable material ire worn as .i
$542.825. The city inspector issued Veterans' Service officer e\plnin. necklace, anklet or bracelet 1 h"
Repairs thirteen permits. totaling Joseph) OuillilloDivlJ Bench Carl Piuly Florida roon 500) cd device is not issued by VA but .is
\35,1150, ForJ Olympiad Reliance Construction CompanyPalm ReilleneeUtility 10,000 Korean Conflict;. veterans who recommended to the J'atient. Thisis
During t the month of JimuryI9fi1 J. T. Robertson City Nono )rOOmReitlence ; 500 have not started t their i courses i for immediate warning in case
eighty.three permit totaled should make application to deter of emergency and includes emergency !-
,. August J. Heilig South Jensen Heights,, 2nd Add Nono 8000
Garage 1U2fi.I2K. mine whether or not they are still medical information
Palm Reach Chamber Commerce South county line R R. Barnes A Son Sign eligible There are certain deadline -- -

; Dial AT 7-2311 Coast Guard Seeks Smart I'aint & Supply Rio Nono Addition 400 dates and time limits for training A single cargo of cloves more
;, SERVICE FOR SAFETY Roy F Hane Mobile Home Garden, Hit Phtti Utility Room 600 These are based on the date than paid for Fcrdmind Migcl
....... South F.d..1 HI.h... Military Pilots Gordon H Winter Gomez Nono Addition.Re.iJence. 400 of discharge or release from active I lan'M round.the-world voyage

I The command of the CoastGuard Robert B. Doyle Hohe Sound None 5000( duty.To he eligible for this training, -

t Washington, D, C., his William I. ilhcson Palm City Farms Wooit Greenhouse 10000() ) the veteran must have had active I EVERY TIME A FORESts
Tops In Designs nnnounccd that duo to the increasingly William 1, ilhcson Palm City Farms Wood Greenhouse 10000 service between June 27 19:10: FIRE STRIKES,

important role of its avia. William J, M ithcson Palm City Farms \Vood!): Greenhou'ICGreenhou'IC 10,000 and Jan. 31, 1955 Training must m
lion arm there are career openings he commenced within three yean i YOU
William J. Miiheson Palm City Farm Wood 6000 -
.
available us (oast Cniurd aviiitors from the dale of the vcter-in first
KINGSIGNS +
Allen Browne Pelican Cove kowskl
Garage and bedroom. 11.150 unconditional discharge or release
Afflicantmut he graduates Colonel Richard H Peter Bay St I.iicic s/d Nona Dock I.200 from active duty alter Jin 'I I. GET BURNED

of a United Stiles military flight King SignsYou'll Various Noun Ten signs (each) 400 1955
training program (heavier-than- Eligible veterans may enroll in
air). l They must have served on schools or colleges take on.the. Heathcote
active duty an commissioned offi Retirement Home of the Week: job training, enroll in institutional -. NurseriesArchitect
r curs in the U S. Army, Navy, Air ---- on-farm training or other programs
NEON SPECIALISTSFort Force Marine Corps, Coast Guard, which combine school und Designed andscaplng.
or reserve components thereof in )oh training or select correspondence Oriental Desiun A Specialty
Pierce HOward 4.1399 the capacity of an aviator/pilot Shed Roof For Height Where Needed school courses Veterans Complete Line of Ornamental
for a minimum of two years, and receive an allowance each monthto Plant Material. "1 he Indian
must have military or multi-engine meet part of their training and
PAINTS HARDWARE civilian pilot experience within '"-, a._MSS a p .. living expenses.First River Area's Oldest LandcapeNUJ"liery "
Our 38th Year. Turn
ATlanHc 7.0363II two years of the date of application I step is to obtain the necessary ,
The first Marts Right off U.S. 1 at Ilndslvy
must be less than group of figuresin I application forms at the -
Applicants
ear...... rip thirty-two years of age and must the house number represents t County Veterans Service Oft Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
riumblif Supi.ll. he able to pass a flight physical (the square feet of liva- I five. 442 Flaglcr Street, Stuart HOward 1-5332.
able area in the house. (The
qualifying as a Class I, Service
rip CueT. !
other !group is an office number Rufus H Wilson manager of
Group I aviator (Navy flight physical
Sk.eehEI..eN standards'. .) According to Jan Rein the VA Regional Office has announced For Experienced
:" SuppIlMU er, the cost of building such I that arrangements: have
h; ..*r BrusbM For Bb k *. DMJwr, Railroad passenger fatalities last a house may he reckoned as Y I been made locally: to see that t uniform -: Antique
.kill., rorter C.bl..d Other* year numbered twenty.nine, !some about $10 per square foot, c I H identification i cards are provided Repair
'
exclusive I of land i who
cost For example for veteran patients
SALES travelers carelessness
INDIAN RIVER due to in at-
a house numbered935I that certain specific and
1 may require
ChI Tk Driv On. Mil NorU (
t' JENSEN BEACH moving 1 1 would have 935 square r'e medical information be known
b feet' of livable area and immediately in the event of a n Restoration
should I cost approximately emergency or accident CAIL
$9.350 to build The emergency medical! identificition .
curd will include information
,1'.... J t>.._ ..J to 28 feet, which also makes deeper to treatment The Steele'sHobe
emergency
: o Ion l6 PORCH relating\
By JAN RL1MR: rooms -"Sr-0i I for disabilities such as diabetes -
Another economical and desirable J j IOq.a DINING drug hypcrscnsitivity epilepsy Sound 5464881FURNI1URE
Home No. 100(1-26)( feature of this !liveable two heart conditions, glaucoma, --
Motors Rewound Where lot frontage is at a bedroom (I IOU() square feet) houseis -------

Home Wiring & Outlets premium it is desirable to increase the shed roof which gives height i o FFM
,
where it is needed; over the front, roI
the depth of the house in this case which includes the und 41
Water Pump Repairs living room
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the bedrooms Roof overhung shelters aBEDROOM
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYL 4 the front door which .is fur- _

METAL ther enhanced by a built-in pi,inter. 1

) We Are Workers In Metal The living-dining area of home REDRM LlVINC ROOM CAR ORI fR\\
IF WE DON'T HAVE IT IOM)( ()-26 is 2614< feU,deep and receives lousy 9x11 14x.16ro0r0.16 ,
EDHIGBEE ui CAN MAKE rr light .4uuT"air l through five. I RENTALS
floor.to-ceiling jalousie windowsin I "FRONT 10I /'-
the ends, und! a six.foot sliding i. FURNITURE CO.

lVe :Lr! glass: foor.l which opens! from/ the I arrow on plan); there is a 4Vi by by having the duct under the floor ROWELL
into 10 16 foot
dining area a by 5 foot breakfast and snick area
slab We Give Gold Bond
Dial AT 7 0804 Stamps
screened porch hidden from the
I I (with folding window opening! into
The construction of Home No
ELECTRIC street by the
: carport. dining area); and there is a good
STUART PLUMBING Plans call for a built-in barbecue sized utility room (opening into 1000-26 is as follows: The inch- w0 ,
& METAL WORKS pit ((8)). using! the same chimney service yard) on the other tide. thick and reinforced floor slab is wv
I P -327 OSCEOLA AT 0744 Bon 148 ATI.nll. 1 0131 Stuart stack the .
as living room fireplace The kitchen itself has two zones. poured over 'solidly compacted fill
.,-. --------- ------- ------- -.--- -- (FP). though both may he with sink (IS) and counter space and vapor membrane All exterior r
eliminated in the interest of economy under the window between the .
walls are of 8 inch thkk concrete e
't, The fireplace, however, is built-in oven ((0)) and refrigerator
located in a corner from/ the blocks, with( furring! strips (or insulation -
away (RF). Against the inside wall is the :
Treasure the pleasure ofQUJTITIXOQJE room traffic which makes it a n(i. countertop range IR( ) with fan and I bo:irds) and plaster on the
I tural focus for the grouping of hood over it. Wall cabinets are 1 inside and stucco on the outside
furniture shown dotted on plan All interior partitions are of regular -
From the homcm iker's point of The corner bedroom ((10 by 11 'I wood frame! re on t
( ) : )( ) UGI81VJrJING view, the dining and work areas feet) his three windows for cross- both sides i The ceilings, also 1

are advanillgeous. The kitchen can vcntil:ition and a 7-foot closet with plastered follow the tine of the
be closed ott from the dining area bifold doors for better access the shed roof which is topped with JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
by the sliding door (marked with second bedroom has a 5'/i foot white marble chip and! has heavy
Outdoor Lighting make your terrace, patio and garden part of -- -- closet and two 3.foot-wide awning insulation between the rafters Air Conditioned Chapel
I C your home after dark..gives you more living pac and more hours windows. The 5 by 7foot Heating may be gas or wt (or elec. .
{ 01 enjoyment. It aeta the mood for fun and entertainment.... SAF-T1-AIDS bath has the tub away from the trio),
creates dramatic contraata and beautiful .ft'ectaln your garden window, and a will.hung! toilet adjacent Plans for Home No 100026( ()( R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H JOIINS
Electric Pout Lights at driveway or home entrance are especially LOCKSMITHSKEYS to the washer (W) and dryer were drawn by architect Jan Reiner Licensed Funeral Directors
t desirable for safety and protection. They brightly welcome MADE (D) m the utility i room The editor of Florida Homes magazine /' 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART
your guests and ducourage trespassers. New model. are available water heater is also located in this (The magazine is available .
with a magic eye" that automatically turn light ON at dunk Lock Combinations room! it Vals Book Store or by mailing
OFF at dawn-whether you're home or away. The bedroom h:ill I. which can be $1 I to 1000()( -Fifty-seconJ Street, Telephone AT 7.3434
Lights for outdoor living are easy to install, surprisingly low Changed completely shut off from the !living North St Petersburg 10, Fla.)
I hi coat See the fine selection at your favorite electrical contractor NEW LOCKS- room area by a door, contains 14-Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipment
or lighting star*. two closets and the centrally SOUTmRN MFADOWSRVNCH .
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rI Ilobe Sound located heater (H). Ductwork from IS CHVRfFRED .
the heater to each bedroom and
ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET "OUTDOOR LIGHTING"Full
I, 516.4881546.5137 bathroom could be installed by Secretary of State Tom Adams ,$UPfER, ,"AOM '
\ olldeM to JJ.Ip you III plaMiJ"I I reports that his office has i issueda
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the of this hall
lowering ceiling ors
I for-1IuI. beoutl end oaIoty. ---I II charter to Southern Meadows ARTHRITIC ,
) Ranch Inc. authorized stock I!
i d ; oi'fazrl/t flameleaa' 1. ) I.500() shares of common at $100tier PAIN 7'

,. share, filed Jan 21, dealing
roe
ere easier. yFIORIII
11the ranching business Incorporators Mi*
POWEI 1 LIIHT COMPANY of the Martin County /
lilt,,,,. Ivies FLORIDA firm are Victor Fsposito and JL NIA
isi l Bartell both of River Forest, RAJ )
III.? Anthony Pontarclli and Robert 4M ItMO-
1l I Ix A. Byfeld, both of Franklin (heat-. ."'.... I

Park, Ilk, and H. W. Van Home. e-.,. ....._ ..."" N i
Stuart. The request for a charter ._
was filed by William R. Scott.,


The highest improved automobile

s. highway in eastern United ett. .atfr4lI..It..... .M..... W
States reached Clingmani Domein
the Great Smoky Mountain.
This mountain itself has an elevation ARTHRITIS. RHEUMATISM
of about 6,643 feet
tBel Heat and manage have long been among the most widely accepted'
l and recommended aids! in relieving minor pains of arthritia,bur itia.
C" H", NO HO NO DOWN rheumatism,fibimiba hunbafo,and related ailmenta. The Niagara
,s 2 Thermo-Cyclopad offers both heat and massage in a /flat! comfort
',I PAYMENT able pad to lit on,lie 011,lean iga nat...use all over the body. -
is the formula for codeine MAIL COUPON FOR tREE BOOkLET
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f fi !made from f loners grownin 100% Financing Niagara 80. 535, Port Salerno, Fla.Hl @

Ii Iit rat w South America. IF YOU OWN A LOT 4 41.; .,,.__,
: ACREAGE OR HAVE :.....: M FRO koklrt wl'k f.ll I.t.r.aatl..a! hues
tk Muar* U..I Tk and widely wd today In prescription LEASED LAND u. t...1....

i to relieve puin. Your druggM must 2-3-4 Bedroom Homei *.-, . . . . .. .. . .. . . . .
rrcoKnlze this and many other formulae Lake Cottages AMrauNIAGARA, . . .
t: I 1 for the accurate prescriptions you and Vacation homes ('tap . ass.. . "..... . .
your doctor demandSTUART Retirement homesRichard -"pr.I.M NI..... Tb.rar' ,',..p. leer

Ji- fi \ HighConstruction

w'' ir' CORP. INCa Co., OF STUART"LOCATED

2011 South Dixie, n. fcKMWSSWEST IN THE BEAUTIFUL MANATEE !MARINA"

Your Rexatt Store AT 74822. i PALM BEACH. FLA. BOX 135. PORT SALERNO AT 7-0050
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Birthday Dinner Tilt SILAKI; (Honda) NTAVS:
i : World\ War I I : Ihtirsdnt 1 February U' 1964 7-C
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Honors JJ'altelaroll
s JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS.
Veterans Met I John kum. Mrs Alfred White
; :
Walter Baton: of '04 South 'In i
MAR1LEIIITMN, orrespundrnl AT 7.1'7f.R
t r dian River Drive was guest of Mn Myrtle Dailev Mr and! Mrs!
,4 1 et ... On February 1 I "honor at ,surprise birthday dinner Tommy F. Woods. Mrs' Entity/ R
: and card I'drtym Tuesdav Ewing, "Mn Walter Bacon !Mrs
1I73 i AL evening fen 4. I Bertha Margrave and Mr a i n d
r Auxiliary Backs \ meeting ol! World War I Barracks The party wm given at the homeof I Mrs Adams Sr
? No KM wan held Friday. Mr. and Mr. Charles I I.. Adams
J Feb 7, I Ibis Mas their fiN meeting Patrician Boulevard, and wall attended .
under the new officers, Albert by the following friends, I Approximately I.noo.ooo I ( ) Negro .
1
W Poppy Poster DealThe Dunlap was appointed" ;junior \Ice all former residents of New JcrSCN men and women served in
commander to till 11 vacancy ': !'.''r. and Mm. Norman Taylor. I World \V',ir II mil iboul W.000
I4! {'"nllml'ee, which were appoint Fort Pierce and Cure "MaMrs; I in WorldV I I.
American 1 legion Auxilian hoard Cardboard or canas B Media c\l. \bthe new commander
:( Jensen Beach Unit 126.I will, : Classes I and 2. paper cutout Philip Kirsc, delinquent commit
for the first time conduct a Poppy : *, tempera, water:: color, crayons tee AI) Kane hrmk Von Halle this emblem h
Poster Contest open to all students oil crayons, pencils, powder and Jack I Lucas' public' relations, Where displayed you are
: :
+ (' who live in Jensen Beach and paint ink! or cut textures; Class 3, Gene Grimm; and entertainment, assured of the finest insurance servicein '
n a Rio tempera water colon crayons oil co-chairmen Willis Dexter and the land
4U There arc three classes for students crayons, oil paints, ink! or cut AI Ferguson Three new member
in the contest: Class I I. grade textures. 7. Posters shall measure were obligated' : Tom Iliggms, R.
four through sin; Class 2, grades eighteen inches wile and twentyfenir C Richmond and I el'n.a\ Rochelle -
seven through nine and Class 3, inches high 8. The United .
', grades: ten through twelve Win Slates 1I.lghall not I be used on Speaker! wax .the District 8 com-
4 U ning "posters in each claw will he the !poster.In minder for the Department of
4 sent to the contest held by the judging poster, the following New York, Steven H. tinmcwnlM.
i s st Slate AUllIdTand from there scale will he used: Appeal artistic He spoke! on "Veterans1 legislation
the winning poster will be sent ability originality ,and neatness ,
to the national contest .
| Ruks for the contest t are: 1 I. The Name anluJlre\s of contestant SOU.\RKUtB MHIS:
I words American Legion Auxilian -I and class number must be placed Jensen Beach Square Club und
.J.} must he incorporated in the in ink. on the back of the 1""ler.in imodausis i will meet on I'rid.iFcb i\' ,
design ul' t the poster 2. Each I the lower Jell corner 14

poster shall have a fitting slogan Prices ., .. ,.
which may> not exceed ten words arc being awarded bv the V' "'m-aa nos w. B. TILTONSince

The articll."a.," "an," and "the"arc I National legion Auxiliary I.egion, and Auxiliary Jensen, Beach Stale ('.\Hn 01 'HUNKSouls :
moo to he counted in the ton
The words Buddy" and! "!\uy"I l-cgion AII ih.lrv. \\ cannot adequately\ express 1921INSURANCE
cannot hi used.3.F.. ch poster All posters must be in the handsof our deep appreciation, I lor
I :, ;'. "" I I must earn a: picture ot :the Flanders : :I : Mist I aura Atmar !" chair the main !kind und hmpilhitn\
.. ;.' \ i Poppin, the correct colon, mam.: ids t thai came to us ul the lime AGENCYJENSEN
.. ., ,, ,;;/#?: | 4 The poppy shall have petals Unit 126. 701(: S W. ( .t" Dixie: ol' oiii recent bereavement
,,.-t, ( and" no loaves. 5, p'ilurl M is Jensen Beach, on or before April AT 74411If
''' The Fmills of Mario Willoke! BEACH
r H No posters will he
the closing date 6 Materials to accepted
::: : ""f; 2i i'i I be used (no drawing paper): ABack later than I 6 pm on that dale
__ > > *, chipboard; mat hoard, paste- -- --

PORT SI. tunE Club of show the Jensen Beach Woman's
the
Country wa scene a style given by -- ----
Association at a luncheon meeting recently Left to right: Mrs. Myrtle Whitman co-chairman, models
Mm! Amelia Miller Mrs Florence Older Mr*. Leafy Gardner Mrs Johanna Brunnmg. !Mrs HelenE. I Busy February
Richardson, Mr. Mildred Skinner und chairman Mrs Mane Miller. -

Is Planned
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Free Literature Is Available Sail Catches \WWI AuxiliaryFortythree aw t tt


About Family Food Budgeting Are ReportedThe members of World!
War I Auxiliary met at the old
I
By MAR iliA BURDINE cereal product and fewer potatoes Stuart Sailfish Club has Community Church o n Friday
Home Demonstration Agent in their diets than do thosein issued awards to t the following evening, Feb 7, with their new
I other sections of the nation, through the chamber office during president, Mrs Ruth Hall, presiding
To help you choose the right I The economy plan the least ex the past week. for the first time. ,
foods for your family at. a price pensive of the food budget, is designed Button! and citations went to: The immediate past president,
you can afford the U S Depart- Mn Helen who had
for temporary or emergency Daniel Paolini seven-foot, five. Ferguson
ment of Agriculture has prepared use Families using this i inch sailfish; Mildred Paohm, six been unable to attend the recent
a publication" "Family Food plan will spend 20 to 25 per cent foot seven-inch sailfish i Both are installation of officers, due to illness -
Budgeting less on food than those using the from Reading, Pa They fished was presented her pin by the
Food economists of USDA'sagricultural basic low-cost plan. aboard the "Spray II," with Cap past district president, Mr. Anna
research service pre- Quantities of food in the liberal tain Ray Young Hanson She was also presented
sent five family food plans gear- plan do not differ much from Citation were issued to Stephen a gift by the current president
ed to different levels of cost Each those in the moderate-cost plan. Union Chicago III. seven- Mrs Hell Ms
food plan suggests the kinds and I The more liberal food budget foot six-inch sailfish, from the According to word received r r? v
quantities of foods to buy week- makes possible' a greater variety i 'Caribcc" with Captain Ali Ranhel from the Department of Florida, V i
ly to provide a nutritionally adequate of food and more out-of-scason ; Donald B Wilkins Bryn Auxiliary No 1154 is eighth i n
diet for each member of and specialty food Mawr. Pa: thirty-pound:: wahoo, membership m the department
your family bused on sex, age For your free copv of Family from the "Fran l." with Captain Mrs Josephine> l Doting was
and activity. Food Budgeting' HO-94)) senda Pete Robertson nominated and elected as a trustee -
Included are an economy plan postcard with your name and for two year, to replace Mn
two low-cost plans, one moderatecost address and the title and number I Mary Kane e "
plan, and one liberal plan. of the publication to the Office Trinity Methodist Plan for a Nuke_wale which 1 *
The moderate-cost plan"' uihibK. of rrrtdrnr.ltlon, US: Departmentof Plans Revival had been set for February at the 4'l
for the family with an average income Agriculture, Washington D. C. I Jensen Beach Bank building, were
allow for meals with more 20250.) There will be revival meetings cancelled nit the sule conflicted
variety and less home preparationthan Some publications which we do ut Trinity Methodist Church from with one planned by the Com
docs the basic low-cost plan. have in our office at the Martin Feb. I I6 through 23. munity Church on the same dale
It includes larger quantities of County Agricultural Center are The Rev. Holme of Asbury A later date will be announced.
milk eggs, meats fruits, und vegetables 'Nutrition Up to Date, Up to Methodist Church, Vero /Beach, A card party was scheduled for
You," "Food for"the Family With will be the speaker Feb :20 at the community center
The has:c low-cost plan I will Young Children, "Food for" Families starting at I pm., with Mrs. I IM
probably. suit the needs of most with School Children." "Food PERSONALS: Ruth Hall and Mrs. Eleanor )Dif-
families that want a relatively Guide for Older Folks. "Tipson fcndal. a* co-chairmen. Mr. Laura
a'a
diet. Another Selecting Fruits and Vegetables Mr. and Mrs Louis Witham a 1t
low-cost plan may Duryca will be in charge of a while
he particularly useful to familiesin ,' plus a wide variety on specific and Mrs William Taylor from Indianapolis elephant table ut the card party
foods Other budget and time are visiting Mrs Helen
Peo
the Southeastern slates
..
WWI Veterans District 2, willmeet
pIe there normally include more saver items are two mimeographed Richardson and her mother, Mn i ,
Jensen Beach
bulletins on making your own Orpha Apple of Clarissa Road in on Sunday, ,
mixes; Master Cake and Cookie They arrived Sunday for an indefinite Feb. 23 There will be a joint sen- t\ 1 ti" 1
sion ut the Community Center atI <
Mix' bulletin i includes thirtyonedifferent stay.
Aids recipes for using the I p,m., followed by separate meetings \ tI
Hearing Master Mix, plus suggestion for Mr. and Mrs. James Savage of of the Barracks and Auxili /
AIL-IN-FAR variations. This is to replace McKec port, Pa., and Mn Don ary. The district president, Mr,
BFIIIND EAR many a bulletin will not he Money East Aurora, N. Y., are France Henry, of Vero Beach
visiting Mn. Jane Livermore and will preside at the Auxiliary meet.
EYEGLASSBODY reprinted.All information given at our Miss Peggy Bean for a few days. ing. Mn. Helen Ferguson will he t, / ,e
TYPE free for the asking If it They are registered at the Crossroads in charge of registration.At .
AU M.k.. office is
Battirln S.rvlc. For I
is more convenient for you to telephone Collages,\ the close of the respective
and you know the name meeting, refreshment will be
( of the bulletin you want we will VISITING IIIRF: : FROM served by the Auxiliary, with Mrs.
( usliconon be happy to mail it to you. SAN FRANCISCOMr 3/cll Zink at chairman. She will
fait erst, r sun. -- and Mn Knute Nelson of be assisted by Mr. Alma Shot-
HEARING All) CENTER Although the U S. has only 6 San Francisco have been visiting well and Mr. Laura Duryea. You Are Plans For The Future
Ho.. Appolnlm.nl. HO I-32M per cent of the world inhabitant Mr and Mrs. Arthur Fkstrom of The next meeting on Feb 21, Making
fOIl Or.ni. A... Ft. Pl reFnirra and ft.1 per cent of its land area, St lucie River Heights for the will be a joint potluck supper and'
for AARP.NRTA it produces 40 per cent of the past two weeks. social evening at the communitycenter.
world's good. j. '---1''' Then Start At First Federal With A
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Although only a third' of the
I CARD OF THANKS population reside in rural area,
half of the nation's poverty exists
To our many friends In Martin in those regions..

County: On behalf of my family ....,..... ,,!iI' I tI:
I wish to gratefully acknowledge
the many kindnesses and expression CARl OK THANKS SAVINGS %
of sympathy extended to us
I I wish to express my deepest;
in our recent sorrow
thanks all
to my friends who have
helped and comforted me in my
Mn William S. (Nellie B ) recent bereavement

Perfect Hair Coloring Takes Gillis Mrs. Joe Perlberger ACCOUNTRATE

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1 Directory of Churches
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l Organizations DirectoryCIVIC V l 04II b S # *
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ORGANIZATIONS M C. D.mocr.tlc Eiocutlvi CummilI.oChulofl . ei 4 .. liv CONGREtTIONA..

AlcoHollc. AnonymoueWee.liletm ( !dw.'d: l T M"".i' 211.08>> ll.aiI; 1S Iu b Q a!*. hIlt:lid: a.m a.m: Church Early I Wor.hlDId gehooTU

.. t. II. Cnmmunltx Chunk HK. .Traoe. Mmdw, M. Cl.lr. 4 ) Mt $ $ V' W bIw $ s. $ 00 a. Morning Worihlp,
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Amateur Rdle Bm.rt.ney Corf .u 0 S % uan duringotb ...rvloee710pm
r Ob oMInetor-..Genree. Bu.eneIrd C. Baird ol Zrmlnf AdluMiMBitJh.lmian W 'I4 I Youth Veapar Bervlei

Tb..... ) p.... trod KhoadM .a ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAn..J050.5

?. ... R..... L..... 'ft Thir. t'lft" ..
,... .._Mm. t.url 1. RlooiIk M.rlln County Mu..... Comml..loa c ; cp4al. 'a I DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 7-2512 Sunday'
Ik Tuee., Till p..... bom.. "i'huirmo.. M... 11".11, I. Wbik.uahby J. aL 7 IV a.m Hnl, Communion

.. ..... lob 1'.'.. 7 10 p m.. CourtbouM tot am lmll Communion and
Builnea. ..'.. .. W. Club ASSEMBLY OF COD-Palm City Churrh School'l"'S"XP.

rreildentLlda; M.nnlnger M C. Zonlnt and Plat,nlnf Commla.l' : 10-00 urn. Hunil.y Srhool 11:00: .,
tnd.4th To... night.. First Nit I. Bunk Ch.l.m.n-.I..m.l OaudaaSchool 11 00 am. Morning Worahlp ( : ; mJu-nlon'?

Coo..... Park.Nerln Kl... Ib.... : Board 7 ,10 p.m. Ibur... Bible Btudj Prayer
Property 0*.... A..eclatlon ('huirr.s-N.nry 0. Itlndnd .::80 p... Su.duy. Youthto..I... ? ,, ,.
'_Id.ot-J. M. Rohrabauah Ind Man. 7 nil p.m.. Courtbouat 21 I 't80 p.m. "v..U.Uo t.nnboa b0rJd.r7.Tm.m""HSV"CnmmnI.,

v.Su005 Ind Wtdneiday. .t home. FIRST Frd.lM."Jm1"lKodVcH.Bm1u. uurnlu.)
Town of Snwall. Point BAPTIST-300 t Akron Anauo ,, .
Coral G...... Clvfc AuooIotIosPr.1.nIr1'drnud M.or-I. Morqualln ; CHAPLAIN JOHN M. HUDSON
; P.ooI.L ind W.d.. I pm, Town bull : y I Interim PaatorSunday. Unity 11:00: ChuNh 7M I.. Filth. 'a P.

"un.. I P..... MO Agrloultutal Bldi am. Churh 8..d.
- - ; 7:.0 D.m. 8..1.. W.dn......
,....0&.1... A..eclatloa POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 8eI a.m. HumUy School1100am LUTHERAN CHURCH I
..... ... U V.. Bottom ; Mo.n"0 o..hI, Prims VlsI. OF ST. ANDREW I
.... Republican Club ol Martin County Sian pm Ir.liiinu I : Union, Plod.' Port
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Pf .li.nt-J.mo. .R. W.taon 7141 pm: : Fv.nlnii Worship. :
Cardea Club. 01 Shiert Dopnbllran Wo..... Club ol Martin CoI W.dn..d.y ..m. !Sunday School I
President, Mr.. John W. R...., .r..i'.,l.nt-Mr.. .. John W. Hui.oyIrd 'ilO ,.". Mid-w..k 'r.,.. Borvka 10:10: a.m Wonhlp
Ind Man.. I ilO pm. Wom... Club Tuo... i p.m.. hh-nt N.tloial Dank I 8.10 I
PALM CITY BAPTIST-Bib at MeCordILNKV H. S. SOUTHERN| METH MISSION
0IIbI5501' .Ports Clorn A..ncl.tlon - - : TATUM. Haalor IM.tln. In Hob Sound Clvfe Cmlart

ProoItrt-Oorrg. II..Don.ld RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS II" School HfcV CH.\ Paator7t4t
| .m. Sind.y
BENET.
Fir., 'oli0'ffiI' Rofl
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lot Mon 71011111 Girl.' Frfondly .....I.t.L..d. I 1'00' ..m. Mori:Ing WoraMi pm Bong .
IndlantowB ClotS Club .. -M.. Jack WnltlearPrl 0 :10 ".10. raining Union I 00 p.m. "'.lbl Wor.hlpKfcV
ProildentOrad gmlltIh .. I p.m. 81 Mary' ChunbSt I :44 p... E."I.: .. Wor.hlp HOLY CROSS
Man. P m :L "10 p.m. Wtdno.ilay MidWMk Pray XAVIER CATHOLCI.d.. ,
JoMpk Guild or MootingHRST tK
lenun Baaed Cordon Club I'raililm,..t...,Mra. Il.nry B. SponootUt .
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.r..lde,,il-Mr.. Cobb Wllhcr Man, lpm., behoolSI. r. \. ;to BA"TIlT-Port: SaI....* M.-Suld..,. lidl '.m., fnt P
Ird, Wed. I pm. 1 B W..m.n. Chit A O. C. TAYLOR TaaUir" P I. Conf..lon. bofot' .
t. Jo..ph Holy Nun. ......., ; 1IfM'.J..........,. '!i\. '.' '- ;.;:... ".. ST. MARY'S
torsos B Kb W...... A..oelatloe. 1..ld.II.-lt., Ko.m.rln ..1"" .... ....' H"h.: IP :45 .m. Hund> School Poutorard E..ISCOp.. c
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.... ...... Mn. Franon Hubb.ll Thu... b.f... Ind Sun. I ...... BoboolscoirriNa II :00 a.,.. Morning, Worship
......rd 01.-... SB 707 ClubaoUM' I ELt.lbiafto ING the recent fifteenth birthday dinner of the Halputiokec Robin Orr Angle State Regent. Fort Lauderdale, Mrs Marjorie I,80 n.m. DTO Tb. W B ROWE. Rertor
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lunlar W..... Club Chapter of the Diughtcr of the American Revolutionwere llomlar regent of Halpatiokec! Chapter and Mrs Victor Nockin, 7IHO 1'pm.. Lv.nlng W.Unnday WorahlplllO Fiav.r, ...MtIngi 7:10. lou. 11 .... (lPopt. t Jup.'

"_ .._Mr.. Frank Zorn Boy Scout af Amorlca Ktunding: Mrs Elsie Smalley. past regent of Hulpntiokce Chapter regent. Cora Stickney Harper Chapter Fort Pierce. The dinner Choir rnwtlco' followaI 7.0. 10 am.Juz.to.. 1t1)
... Wom.n. Club
tad Mao. I P. .. Scoutm..t.r-E.rl D.lp Mrs. trncst Lyons. organizing regent of the chapter Seated left was held al Edenlawn Plantation. RIO BAPTIST .:00 am. Hoip Ronhurist Thursiloy
mmd Wod. 7 ,10 gtuart An Uglon Ball .
Martla County Anduboa S letyIrd p m 10kV.; JACK FERNANDEZ S.ln. COps and
i to right: Mrs. Garland Hayes librarian tort Pierce. Mrs ..nnou.d
Clonta' oftloo Mate
Moo. I p.m., Judge s.. Sop1..... J..... Buck II'>Ip 480Sklppor .--_______.._ _past____ __._ ___ ee __. ,45 m. Sunday. School1100am EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED
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Health -- Morning
M C. Auoclauoa. lar Mental -Ooarva QlM.on :
Pre.ld.Bt-IUv. Donald gahroeder W.d.. 1tig ......, Aooboraio Marina ISO pm. Training. Union AECVRAW1EJolA8seSUc8KlI-U"!: '""

lad Tb...... noon. Th. Reel - - - 7:45: p.m. "..nln. Worship I Silo Church School

M C. Cbapter, Amwteaa Caaeer taMy. SERVICE CLUBS I Paul W.:: Streeter Now at Port St. Lucie 7:4J p.m. Wadna. Prayer MHtlni 7iOO p.am.... Holy Euch.rl.t

Chairman'-J. D. Gre, Clvltan Club. ol Stuart TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-H .,. 7LLWIti CHRIST MEMORIAL.-.Jupltor laland
; STAIMUL. Fa.tor
NortOn M....... Ho.pit.l AusliUre. l 1'.ld.nl-A..o. Hu.WB. I,45 am Bundnv Srhool (twin,. ...a only, Nov. to April.
Pre.ldenl-Mre. Curt Otto Wod, 7ilO 1'.... Ship. LantoTB.
hun Mornlna Wor.hlpe (
N.tlon.l Bank : am 'HURCH OP COD-Tdi..l._
tit Man. Pivot Indl.ntawn Klwanl. Club. Paul W. Streeter a specialist t in p.m. Training Union 10EV.:: "VERET'r Mona
Marti Count Retarded Gild... AMBPre l' ties p.m. Evening Worship 10,00 .
r.oldorl.-Ju.ooa Rlnr.Wod. a. !
Sunday Brhoor
restaurant administration hall been .
I ,iOO .. Wed Midweek PraratDUNKL1N
Ira gwlwrt p. .
lden .. lltll ....., Uomlnolo In. .UO '.m. Morning Worahlp
'l.t TUM.. t 4O p..ID.. Pioneer CUaerooaiOetlenal named food and beverage dlreclor MEM BAPTIST-ladl.Blow.KKV 30 '.10 Reel Ing Wor.hlp
JOBMB Boack tlon. ClubPrr.idrtJrn.
ieeretariel Ae.oelatlM .. D... of Port St Lucie & Country '; 11D! urn 1:80 1'.". W'Voung P.0pl.a
V.atle rte 10 00 Sunday School E.d..o.CHUkCH .
lib''..Id.nlVlral..l.Thore.. Ftrat NeUoaal Plank l.t-lrd W.d., Till ....., Baynoaf.Jupltar _u_ Club according Bob Yoxalf, 11 :iOO .a.m.rn Morning Wor.Mplilt OF THE

.Hi ba Sound Klwanl. Club. qh% general manager. p.m. Training Unlin J upU.. GOD IHI'HED
Car40a Club
'.1.. CIIT 7 10
LimitKibort : p.m. Worahlp Service '
Pre.lden:>-. Mre. .u.an NrfelerInd Clvle I Cent. MOB.: 1' p.m., Jupllar Harp Lit* Marlw ,, HA In following i in the footsteps t 7ilO p.... Wed. Midweek ..,.1.. 'RIV. .ELMER.10. Holy I.Com..nlo ALLEN

Tburii, till .m. Rotary Club of Stuart -,;;' of his father, Paul 1 H Streeter. the ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E t 10th SI. 1110 am. Psrluh uoho'ls.. P.0501,

.palm City Civic Organltatlea Pro.Idont-Dr. E Rt.ntoI Main 4' : % manager of the El Tropicana in RbV:: JAN JANUhihWaKI! Adm. and SonIsp:
PNold.nD George U. Boot Wed. UilS p.m.. Bunrl.o Inn l ___ M..... Bindari: I T. 8 ..ndI\ a.m 1:1: ..">. "Sehoul... Flr.t Su.
ltd TUM., CMe Canter 'tl 0ln. San Anlonio, Tex Week d..., 7,11, 0..10.Con.lon. f" .Hol'' Co. ,.

A. -...... Stuart Klwanla Club. __________ Following right behind Paul W. .. Sstrd.ys and Thuridaya plainB""U' .
=f.t'w Mtnom '...lil.nt--lir. II. Haiadala Illpnon ; bofora tint frriday of month. 4 10 toI
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Tb..... 13:11 _; i. Bob Streeter of three JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
lot MOB.. IP.... aomee. : pm. Town Hou. youngest 10 and 7i80 to I:SO p.m. ilbyli,. Drlv., Jon. Beach

port Memo. CI.... A eMlatlM7r.tld.nl Kuart Steppora: Squara D.... ClubPr.Ind.ut.GIlbort brothers who at present is work. ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CATHOLIC- HrV. NIWTON M. .TWEEDY
Ben.on Ilouno b ins with Paul at the Country Club Hobo Sound 040 ., Sehoul
Walter CInlo COOIOP Thura.. II ....... Youth bantar -' M.. .>t lOllO ..... Sund.,. 0ln: and It am Mo.nh'lI'
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Thur., S p.m.. _1.1. 0.0. but who will !soon leave to go out I 8180: p.m. Youth I"sibawhip Wo..hl
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s.d. nu... S p.- luppor FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST sSu
lalerno CM. D.l... Stuart LI... ClubPr..Idt.AI .1_ : on bit own. -724 Lout Ouan Boul..ard 7 ::.0 p.m.p.m. W.d""n. Youth ('bole
Port til K.tibn. Chow
.. Ind Tuodar, Till, .... S.'.. Paul's other brother Don Iiv I \11 :00 a.m Sunday School 7iuu p.m. Thuradup
fl..h. ', Ind 4th. Wod,1pm. Town Ho... I 'I, 11 ito a.m Morning Wor.blpI Nldw..k Burn..
__ ing in Fort Lauderdale ill of Toitlmonial, JEHOVAH
Rio. Clots Clubrbd..tJn"b. Stuort Soroptbs.loI. ClobPr..bdoot.iudu. one :00 r m Wad 1 MoatingRoadlng WITESESBrt RoW
Bhomerlit \ Room. OIl tlatl.r' Avo Hour.Ii Sund.-7 '
South Florida's
Wall leading sport car I ,. .... Mond.._., 81u'
Thor. ClubboUMttwrt hi" i through Frl, 10 a .a pm. 180 11114. $
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Thu. .oon. guurloi boa driven and a also president of Pulurdup.. 10 .m..1I.16 p.m. l'hur.dsy-7Iu. Minittrp .,

......-Mn Woiun't. OormUui Cluk. II. VudorroMrt Stuart JayaoaaPmlilant the Fort Lauderdale Bachelors I CHURCH OF CHRIST- 125 Palm B.... Rd. ..,.,. M..LI,.S.bol I

"rt .. SilO P n., Club BulldluT lilt-Ulok.,PrrorTu.i rink Pony Club. I I UKUIB CUHUrLL Mlnlator REDEEMER LUTHERAN. Ocoa> BU
pm Sunday' "kIV. DONALD K. BtHROfclira
."M">ul'. Ca..... Croup - - - I| 10:00 I..m. Blhlo StudyWorahlp alP: am. .
0",1",00-11." .. Rubu.rt I. Sailor VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS II I I to .m. and .. nlonWodn..day 10:10 ..... 8u..d.l.ho.1 l.b" Study
I!' W.d.. iU ":"lo .'_ ptF1lli1II.'l.RENEW' I liSt. p... K v.unS Wor.hlp .I.
... Amorlcaa Lofton. J.n... ...... CHRIST 1HI KING LUTHERAN

AMBMS OP COMMCMCBWllllnm Comm.nd.r.Clllton; llownila __ YOURDPJYER'SLCNSE I|I ,,10 MldwMk Bible JpU..
C Study
Ind 4tk. Moo. ( p. m., Loiloa BollAm. _ pm P.JOHNFON. Paitor
1kb. Smrndpraild.nt.Dr. 'b THE CHURCH OF GOD-Flaglar. St 1:00: .
Moors ...... .j0 .m. Churh
Stuart
Lofloa.
1 I I *00
... RtV bILLiE: McALPIN a.m Clu.
OoAr.
an 1..... S pm, COmmunity (,omm.nd.r-John U Taylor. ______ DURING YOUR 1W I 10:00: am Sund.y Srhool 1 000: am 1.0. WorhIpFIRST
..Ooais 811 .. .... and till Prl. I p.m. Lailva. Ball. __ I Ii ::itt am: bomb: :g Worahlp

f.TI ld.nt-Kr.tik: ror lwrdlrooton :: Am.rkan .... ... IndlantowBtnmmandor BIRTH MONTH I Ii 7 .80 p.m. .:..otno Wor.hlp REV. METHODITtl .A.
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Mon..
.4 I1 i .Bil p.m. Tuo. Pray.r Mootlig' JJbHUp
-Jim W"hr IU, .....
.p... Irlora.pon.bii.ntE.. OUt Sat. I p..... -----1 1j 7 :DO um Tb..... Y.P.K. h.rvlc. Than '.,. Mo.nll '.

liid Tbu.., I. .C...m.Bl. rirtbou.ckm.n ...rkaa L.iloa Aualllary J..... ..... ,1' j _Ll.lhtL:. .11)' Stt'I'Inl.IIlll't'I : : : I BIBLE.. UNION CON.HEGATIONAL. 11100 I '.0 ..10. Chl"h Moroin 8ebol Wo..h'p
P..ntIII...' Nmma MaOuo City p.m. Youth
...".. .id.ath Mon., I p.m.Amariean 11 Tin") rot NTV Ji ix.r'. 'flIUT 5EV.:: I.AWRIB J. IIHARPI' (On. morship .. F.low.hl. ,
p..ld..I-Ii. L (Rue,) N.I... 1 IV .%M> KIH 11I11'1'1"l NI'S '" ..m. $uul.u' School Jula'I und August, Boodo, soboul. I ::
l"d 'I nun., I ..... Ulloa Auxiliary, Stuart o .LOIIIII lliOO am. Morning W..hlp TROUT
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l p..I< '-Mra. Clara May Tilma.Ind IM IUOIIHK: :NO. |WIIV 1It tOlOO a-m. to I pm Wednoiday W.... hOiiV. METHODhST.j.._ book
R.I.U M.rtnMt. 1)1.1.1. .4th MOB. I p..... Union Hall ; Ur: ) ana Fallowahip. NEIl. GTJNuALI31
.moeb> 0:05: a ,
Ch.lrm.nhlllp 8 k-STAlB $ind.y
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ilk TBun, Btuui Ohimliof BlldcUns Martin County 8........, W.W.I V...'.. UNI>A IL NORKIS. :)) po0: .:. Wonblp .. .
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"* "* "* Cumm..do.I'hlllp. /.. Kino IttciNiiiedl I IMlTlfK 7,10 p.. Evnh" Iuk
"CONSMVATION"; The production of gin and beer W..bl
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Ut Ird )'el., I 0. Community Canto OK l'UflH ''1'.: Id Sund.

*...... S.ulsvp..khiobS.ooh. Martin County B........ AuxiliaryProililont TO AU lUtHOM: ISlu.TEDttlrE'1f : I increased sigmlicdntly i nth e I OSCEOLA STRUT

Moo'. Dos IllN.Uoaul ....... -Mr.. Hutb 1'(. Hall ; t-TATB; OK PAIL) United Stales during 1962. but 11kV. D. H. KNIGHT METHODIT. I..1

L-.rW't..PC. ;;' ::;.. '" I.'.Ird ,..I., I p.m., (lId Com. Cknm. ..: I.r.h, 110ttrl..d hot It I whiskey distillers produced less I I II J 1.1:, '*..m.ra. 8und.Morning, "ohol .

?..ld.t>t-Ch.r: Klndnd VPW. blurtCowm.ni.rJobs i ritten I Innlriinieiit, pinpaitltix tobe than 1961IlliU. Wom.n''. Mln.lon. Wor.Hp
lot fL I >..... Couithau. M. Murray lh. Loot Will and TP.IHIIIHIII, :ifgald I -- Wsd 0' .. .Society m...fin.d.0" .
4tb. Ooldan ,. Bulldlnt dHOnclont bud "> ....
Cosur.tI.. Club Ind Ibur. a. bvtin u.linltleil to Al>\ fillTl-5'uIl.'I'I : : 11
=: Ysaib OnutorP. : probato In Ibis court luti are lion- 7'.1 p.m. Prsyor
Sluirt VPW Indlaalown B.r.lc.
I IdS p.m. 4, .
0 by conimandnd within gin iii) ml 140
('umm..d.r-.I..pll W. Proiton "\ ondar moniha from the date of the 1\ 'r" P2 ('"q II' "OIP 0. 'l'lIPIWl'll p.m. Boupj -81....H< '*
Club
Pro in.l4*>n.flM.b- B- Bradley lat-lrd Hat, "iIO ,... Po. Homo I_ ,":h t\ drat plihlkullun. uf thla iiiillii' |t.. A" \ II ..Jt n ll,I t.I It I 1'1'. 1 Thur.. muthISOUTHERN .

: : .. .. l nootlni appear In 11,15 COlOrt nOd Nhu" ,u.r, 'OIIT',
l.t. W-d. m ion.r VPW Auxiliary, Stuart -J 1fu- tIll .' ." MEHODITI
REV.
s.d S od.. t p.m.. dlrwtort. IsO N.U Bk. Cirnim.ncl.r; -Mra. Malolna I Wood -0- I oau... If i itlon .ny ynucan. wh)' Ii.. Re" t" I..Ill 11" D. H. .

Snip: T..... 1i80 p..... Witham Vl.id ......'d Wod. Oolil.n Oslo BuUdlniMISCELLANEOUS of thla (nint In adtulltliiK all M\RTIN l'Oti'N'T'y'n.. ,t tHO I 1.1.m. W..blp ...

- - - - - PAUL RLETER. left. newly.appointed food and beverage director of Port St Uicie Hotel and Country Will I to probate. vliould not ..landunrevuked lltli'Hi HuhdlvlKlnnSlule of 10' I I :::10 am p.m.. !Pundup 8"01

IoD-, 'IREMEn"Bomb yb'.sou'' ORGANIZATIONS. Aushllar? Civil Air PatrolOommsnd.rJdainr Club. is welcomed to his post by Terry Bonard, sales manager /./ 0. rFFIFVFRTROVHWIIHIE.! of )'Io.ldl.T'Otitiullnr. )I iiia, ..... W.n.r"-livening: ""....S..1'r

WUloko v.. ) l'< .... .
Pn.ldMtM. Al Circuit Juda-e ailIng I nndrtqualiflmllon 1'
Org Itoo.... I .... a 8. Lomb : & af County IIAHUY P AICIIFn ft, .1.. ) Id Lel. It.. .
FIrs Dop.ru.st Commlttoo of 100Chairman itrtcnIint, : .. I T 10 M. Prayer
1_ gawk VoluitorTaoh Oil is produced commercially: in 111.11.: .tIM IITI."V.IoT: : Judge, of Mai tin Cuuuty ,. ill'. : I''l': IIn.FIRT .
I ...... FI'.ho.aporn -'Honry 0. Elodrad ,'iiorlda. .TI.1 1.\1
4 Greenhouses --- --- -- -- "" : t.a METHODI1Tn.to
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Enaiutlva UlrooMr. -Jubn C. DafcBoi. of the ( \ 1''t' _
states
....... FflO. AU.IIIUPP.id.ns' twenty-seven GEORGE
Catanna 111 W. 0... Bind AT ,..... 1% "'Im ( IH< I I I'f ( 0H'r OK TllrMM : &u1LJ"n.: : ii in. Feb ft .1 11. 1164 ITHK.; 1.1 Ut" fllfc l'ATE I M.COaMlcR
;; iAL-w\tKr..j.j..m--; ; : ,ltd. JIIIKMI. ( imllT OK !MlTU K: OK l\'n1'IO'II: 10 IK HX : ; J B.m Sunday l.hO
Ird Tbur.i 11I0 p.>. rl..bous.part Lady Collora A..oclatloB. : TO AIL, \\HOM IfHY CONCERN .. Morning
'I."HII" l > \M .'ORUH.: .Sim "
itFr.iwrKH: n< rmoin! MVIK
Balwa* v..unuor ,Ir. Bapart.M ..'. ..._Mra. brina .... Dan. Boost Building TIN slut Ml 'u Notke I I. homIly riven that, the, ; : and t,, : MYf
,... -Bobort John.oa Tu.., I III a.m. M. C. Golf Ctry. ClulLlvaly ?MITIt. Of HIIF-lllrt't: PIlE |> \ ( H %%('rKI: I 117:10PI'I.I' : nnderdgnvd under the provlalona <101) flic followlnit nami-d prraonaanil 7:15 pm Eosip WorshIp
ltrd THM. "",, ou.. MtttiiM (i\M. r\iu ov ,\ : M. WIIHON .a ) of chapter SOW .of HorldaA. pomli ptnhuu'o imlrlmU of 7:00 p.m. Thur.d.p. Junior ChoIr

FRATERNAL-ORGANIZATIONS_ ...", ._Art.Mra.Club L. A.bby ArWfawtIrd To $$80,250 Week FUKIUINDL8TRIAL n.imiui mltt.l.d Woi, ,,,. l'luititiftl in of lilt, will 1 ':If'rt. with;: Oh.Clark I lh the.>lr PLuto rmmiilve of lorlrta pluipoofmnoiloocesod tuKi-thrr l with .IRST,.U p.m.. Thur.dop". 8..10' ChoIr

D.MolafMaiur Fob" 1"0) ...... kamM of the Circuit ourt In and PRESSYTERL-NN. RI
AcacU Chap r, Ord r of WMMlttHION .... for Martin County Florldii, the rn ptftlM> imtivl numbi kEY. MALCOLM .Ib_
Couoblur-Charlns" gIn.' I Martla County Pair. Awoclatlo. ri..iiitiffMARlVl ,.. \\ATE1IS, ..t t uI. receipt of proof .t'' puhlliatlnn: : upon of In which tIit'yarauiloo. 4 to bo 10EV. A. SYDNEY A. HARRIS. P......

Ind-m Mon. I .0) a.., Ma.onU Toaipl Pra.1.l.nt-J. W. H..... TinfnidonLotlbIIl'tI ) thla potloe Old Pletitl ou.nuiua, to'BHL.NLRS be IntrreitedI'lHI : 1'00 '.,. Mortilup LWRIE A._
A..... MaaonM Uodr.Wornhlpfil I.. Man, lllO ..., Afrioultural Bldl Four greenhouses! with a total 0. T1LTOKDtfvndiint "" 11.0. ..m. 8..nd..
M..t.r--Ch.I..I.n Knlti of 110,000 feet of floor I ( :. lIP' 19 III IS' "'I'IlS not'HE OF lOCAL: M: Ml. ti I.:iila" 3 and 4 IliOn .m. Ch"rb hobool
l.t-lrd n..... I ,..... Mwonl. lo-pU Martin County Golf and Country Cab square By virtue of a laxarrant In %oI'IlR' Ill" hlrIN KHT,VT1m In Id.iik 41 of Hilnml Ti'I'rue'i' Morig WorshIp
Ribs Pridatr-'ltd'; HI".... ipacc. are being constructed near my hnnde laaued by th! II1,1,111C ondor which we will .nIl'811' In l"bdlvl.lon.,: helnu' Inati-d In .PRESBYTERIAN
Anna proil.ul-Mrs.Millar Clnla Wllma, Modlor Ird T..... lilO ....... ClubhouaaMartin ilovcrlcaf Machine Shop at the 'Iorhla I 10 a ..lit ot' P'1..rldft 1114110.trIal ; THI1 SIllS "hj T" te' ItT.\TE buuinrmp, a. th .hip, Iluvinul I Timnnlilp '" MuiiihIMimi Hob. Sou., COMMUNIT
t.'onnb, .oiabtoliu t Mumbo II. (IF 'I.AIHIL. TU THE L'bIo'1Sl'A : I.pr.:,. bu.loeuu I In 4 Fn.t. BKorcllnif In a 'LOYD B. HAGER Pool
prbn'iph of
... Lodao .
bibs cur
Pod Tb..... I .
p the Sunshine .
Caunty Farm Buroaa Stuart InUrchiinge of ,'' y SI :>'fll: lit tolort Marlin Connly .'10.. tithe lilut t '" In Pint rio k 15: ..m. Suody
B.ta II... PM Bororltyst I'ro.id.nt-Ailort: Kruolar Stale Parkway by Calvin' 1903'hlh"r.ld :.'i""hoht' mObil I ( prl1.... Int..t.d In .lIld hUHI- 11 1, I'HKI; 14. ptibllr, rvn:.rdH Ition am. WorshIp Sellol.. ,.
,. Zana i.r Ind Thura.. Bomlnala Inn Worraot wu bard I hum levlid IT tl I. Vt''\T1 H$. uUn: known aav t.nua am. MHISA E. IIHI'Iolo.:1I: : and l'olm I ,llunih ( iiimtv, 0" I:.0 p.m. Youl
Id.ot-II... 1. >*, (w) Mi Wood general contractor to belIed on oil Il'I' it, till and Inte itf of \ n. Virm win l I. known. C.\HL J. BHI'NElt or stuart. Flinl.do (,now Murtltl. Coiinty) 7,10 p.st r.I..blp.. Yaut'
1.".'" nu,... i P". >., _M M.rtln County Amateur Radio Club. by flocan Corporation for the H Tilt on b In ::: 10 l>.. thud and hi. unknown aod 'that Oh.rearen.o b'I' ".,. IP4D. Chews
XI Camua .Phi Cbaptor Pmldont-Kill llrllton tho following, diairlht l pnperty elouae" It .allvi'. Hli.l, If duadtlelr boa Int..I"d In cuLl h".ln. Clnt.hll\, aires, mure or lo iONFD kiV. UITATAN! ( FELLOWSHIP
Pr..ldent-Mn. C. a:. Bloauml.t Third Thur... I p.m. AT ,-
.Ird Tbur... I ....... .bomMDaulbtora Martin County Hi.torlcal SocUty. Three of tho structure called to will grantee ueilltura or other Carl J, HIUNH-K BY: WiJwT.Tri.Sra.. vr Pier I ,. Th.IJowblp :
ROVSIUIIO. I pnillea iliilmln h.. Ihrouull Pub: Jan tt, 10. Feb. I .13. lull ".m. .u. .
ol tb. AmorkaR..ntMn Pra.ldonl -Maurloo D HartmanUt n. l2. lOAllbOAtAUXI -
Sohoul.
for $10.(XX( ) building permits each; Ixili 172-173 and 171 Blxk 10. 11 nili. i 01 annum die aald pa" 10 o.m. Rundap.
M.rjorlo lo..1or Tua.. 71.10 Klrit National Bb ...
p m A. kelIry
Olympta l'lat I aa In t lat lieu who ,.rel"t'tn., to harlthei PENTECOSTAL
Ird Th..... b..... the fourth for a $6,000() ) permit. Hook I paxe tiN P. iOu Leui.ll ,. diad or all\o. vhoan wn 101l.iime. I1\ TIIK': <01 \T1 Jl I"-* '. < nil. liT 8n Huu'lh.rnoNluIurat CURTII BIBLIO._ _

Mothwa* Clralo ol DoMolaf Mulllpla -LUtln.Carl H Sonlcadoontary Tumor William J. Matheson! IH presi- County. I'ubllo\ KecordaNolle an' unknown, : IV PhIl "OKH" tOlMl. llllnolib : .I.6KINNER..., .Pol
...Id. _Mn. J.nnlo Uuneatt4U tlMHIU\ ':
Moo n I ...... Maaonla Tompl\ 2nd-4tb Tu.... I ..... lent of Hociin, With Leslie Rogers la hereby gIven that en ant, inn' and all unknown partle.ililinliiK :%0. . ( ) The followingnamed peraona 7::1.p.m...... 8und.Wlduuada h.,nan. bull.. Pauwiss

La....* Aualllary I. ladl.a RimrChtaTIlatSanh Palm City Homo Domonatratl Glob general manager and Art \Sednrnday tho llHh Uy of rbru- Interenti by. throtiKh, TN RE: and partlei who cf tlie are Mtate bvlleved of 'Iorl-t. be Ilblo StodyWANilD
.'1'. I9M between the hour of mid I.'r'm.iuu I not aumnlthrr MiI'TA'T'Ti (iF I "ol..ld.nl.
Pnrnldont-Mr.. rlUahflh. ".".'' a>t Kohl office nianager.The.'e 2:00 lI. II Ub0AM. : frefendanlagrantee t.lllllt.: D.\\'tS Mrl'lenu :i. w toot known plmeait
-Orar. Hall 11'00 I .1.51 mod : .t : of the .aid nniiied !: : .
Ut TUM., I 10 ..... Clubs\ CoatoiPalnelana ; .''d'n. I
tho pull tIbia r..11& n. 1 "le an'uoor firth beluw
IUOr Halllaa on day .t OK heIrs I -
Young
I
4tk. Tuoa. I p.m. und three for Men Of
.renoTa and all Llalmlnv t.\ through,
permits, leital"r'ep.
peraona
NoTirr TO Bunion
al Odd ,.U... Konnal Club. door ft the Martin County CouitII lilt : : Action
ondoal Onto U Tnama.BMntarr bird :esideiKM, boosted the total for ,uma, r to lll .til, all rIght. title r.o..Oa Iivnu. ..ooInenu. (ria.Inca. All Creditor ,.r the bxuta of nml: "I,,1o'r arcei Hum l.a'uh..r with iherennetlive Leadership raining
hoblo; \.i.oo.-Albo. T''i.rlf.or Mlllton 311.1015' 1>.".111 IPPIt.; iuxeaned ":bro: In which
Wllb.r Call ; BiMtlnf plaoa In and Intere.t of the sold Marie lI.'or. creditor or oth- r:
-I.
P. to KO,250
lOOP Ball wenty-nine permits In and lo the above deai.rihedKrop.rty .." 1..; are hereby notified and required the par. .lirod be IntoreatvdPlIKrl Stuart Jaycees
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l.t-lrd 1' I pm. Port 101.... Ho... D..t...... Club vlartui County last, t week at riibllo I Am tlon to the to file any damn or demanda 'hkh h For
Indlaa.. Rlvor tncampm.nt IICblof 10r..idnoou-44p.. Klllnh Nrwlln issued bllder for coal, to aatlafy I and .11 purilmu h..ln" or .Im., they may h P.V0ug" not cold relate : \H 2i The aoillli f Information Call
P.trlanb. -I'aul )tob.... Twenty-five permits by In .the oUh', of th. C. J"hco, feet of Ihi north one-half < ) .
l.t 1 h,..., I 'HO p..' CMo ConUr aald oo warrant nil all Ionia In" 10 h synonym' hub orIni'rrut .uuty Jack 2 7 MOO
lnd-4tb Tua. I p.m" IOOP Hall he county Inspector accounted for Given undtr my hand and goal I In the fnllowlhll' "...- of Mihouae County. 'I..rld". In the tbo..mnn'tt, 0r r- II h. "H'E..t. \::,: Ron 287.3822
Club ... Aulll.... Rlptlda Plo r.rs.I Martin County .imnmry l''M (' at Htuart, rlorlda. mith- r TwoohiI I'' Don
3.... Boack Souan ((77,750 of that amount four city thin 31 Ih day: of irlhed ("proper,. minute In Miir- l h 287.420
Pr .ldtnU-l'l. kntubiTh. Pmnlilnnt' Jnhnnla C. Khaw ; ,nor r nvhi., I4IIEITTP'FlARTlN I tin Countj rluilda" to-wlt In alx b calendar nionlho f.nm hoc IIIf "ld bol.S Ill
( Wlmodau.l. Ut.Iril Thura. H p.m. On"...I Mortlni wrmits totaled $2,500.Vurictics ( ). 'OUIo'l'Y': .'IAlHlL'APub. data ear the tInt 1 pllbll"allnn of M..rln. COlnt,. 10.108.
Pra.ld.nt:-Jn.lo C. WoinIgIud.utb La.t Thur... I p.,.., llu.ln... Mootln .: JNn. II 50. ....... LI .13. IOU Tort 1*l of Illnek IT. LAT NO.; thla Notl-. Sun I.II\I or demand' .
Prt. I p.m.. *. B. Com. Caonk. 1 OH OLYJI'I.PO: tho aamaod moot bo In writing and muat Slots \rontulnln 1 13 acre., Slurs or le...
II. L..... Inl.t'
Ma.au 1 UtIUdr Yaohl Club of the orchid are the place or renidema and office Cofienti Investigations
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OaInOI.Il0104 CClmmodo.Lon, Hawkon \Tir' OK T.\TI": )> Tb) 10 show ntrhrd and Ieribpnat- pont OWNED UT:
.B 0. ......11...] I.b'ihurs., I 1'...., Yaohl Club ound in ('lInad.,'. Yukon Ibrea.Ilo IIKMIlrK: rltlllKIln. > ''H' on a PlHl of said blihIivboi"ul'orord'd t .dd..... of the ilalinatit and ( 4 Dome llc
P CbaptorPraaldrnt __.__ .. ___. ___e__ Noike la hereby iilven" tint the In I I'I.t Ho"k 9. I'ahi ''' hiu.t be 'h1.t lit by the ilnlinant: F. AICIIEKllox : (
Mn. p. t MUo Stuart Board of Seultor.lrnubbnlt..lIn.un II. lla% Elt'l'IboNInST51l1'lt : undiralxnid under the pimlilonaof In tlie offli. of lha Clerk of hla avnt or .t ''n p. or It will i I.\RHY SI'e.Wlde Service
Tlllon' I : : .:_ Lou' I, the Circuit; ('1'11''.I in and for become voId rordlng In I Illw. COLD
l.t.... Mop" ( pm, ..-.. ('ho 'tom 20'iM! > of I! irlila: (OAST
... : ;: falm ilteiuh ('. .. '. thla lath day. of January. Jupiter. Horlilac PROTECTIVE
Ut .nl
1.11. I ...m.. Btuarl BoW It II*' MWe:. Oe 1'Hon": A.I., of l>41, still reitlnter with the ) ) 191eolod
CI CboptarPro.IdsiMr. .fir: \IIISIi I III IIIOH: \Penn III. Citric of tha I Circuit 11.urt In, and. M/i/ SWICEI\C.:
.. 0 B. A.hlop Smart Stamp Socl.t, .' for Mart (' Hirlta To,,. aod ON'h .f yn'1, H'. hnr.hvrebitlt'od CHnLFJ4 W Itn.HTON: ( ) Tha unhnown. helm. olnvi.see. .
\\IHIM ii ruorriiriIMimualil : uny opuomn'l'lpo
lod."" Wod.. 10 ...., 110.. l P.I.nl-WIIII.. .. R. lI.ottIrd 'hn > of"I of publl .atl of 10 fbio )ourn.w..' wlibOh \ Administrator or llmI .. I.Oluinraun b i oeitoculfa,0'of 461-6332
ironf
II or I :
In Hertliin | < n
Ordor ol Ralnbotr. for Girl. Moo.. a p.m.. P.bU. LibraryToorbat er 717 Hnrliln HUtnlHH. enlllle.lflnilila thla not lie. tlie fl't II t"1 name. to- .. 'I..k of Il. "r'lIlt l'"tlrt of :.tKto of Jennie, Uuvla II.ahonna". Individual, Itofnlnts -
Advlior Uarcla Whlt.ill.l.tlri Martin. l'oullh. HoildH at the 751 I!ner, I who "' dead
'
Worthy Club. Nj.e..d.;
IHHiuiHltlin nf I nilalmeUropeltv wit'
TUM, T:;P.m, Maaoiio. : lampla. Iot'II' 34.5.. I ...., Tth. 0.... : Alt'\': notlLO I la hereby; nrlvin : .' :WALliEn' jr-\\Frny: OPl'IiiTl.i'l'l' ourl. ,,"',.... In Htuart, M irtln Cotin- IV k.UTOV OF IL* t"W.FH:'H\\ AltZAttorney nobnunIr:1 Ta.., ftn,1 rao'h to b.of 1"1.und ara huriby .-.. .\ O,'.. .. ,
.. tFlorida. and I uo..rvoa copy apprur In
.. INiindir ;
..,.. Palm R .010. that the Hated bvlowppear .
-- ---- --- peranna thereof ,', Ml.hiiel: I]. 1. "Ift.n. At- for Adinlnlatiator, 'lh. Court In and for M rtln Stuart
whh'h111 InbuKlneia l'lrll
Noblo Or..d-M.. Clara May T.I.... 'lo \hr Iiinuwlbrrs0tlo.Iulrnn.IprooiiulnrInt.ulbia eniciKd: !40 IH-nver AvenueP Rotary Club
1.:11: It. un .:ItTI.'TI" having our irln lal I plate t.rnefor tha, l'I.loU'f. ho-e of- LllInty. 10110.. at tho office the :
,.. MOB, I pm lOOP Hall : : property | <: | ( .
lirealimel' OIhft".II.. ..I of btixlneaa:: In Mtilarl, 11,1(1,, ('nuntv P1.. I. at !U. I-ant: Urean Holilavard o. 11. It SllllHtuart Onurt In the ""I.| of Meeta
Elka 1
Btuart-JanMB Lodio 1701ts.1t. 1. I IH..K..1. .. 1 lim-milll
._ lltfMHNTI Jl' "' W. a l HtIM [
Doa> lookat IICn: / lOtIon IL B.hMOri hrforo t 28t
malllnif It"...... I. I' 11 Ha. 1114Ptiiart 'in or 1. ,. E. t..
IHIIIK $ oIl In old bilalneaii are Mi and to. Malay
MoBdaya M Null MIHII lol>- I Of, Counaet AD.
I p.m. 'l'IIJ'I': the orb. IBId. allow what
: 1..10111. or before
on Pra.ld.at
NbV\: 1.11901. Mra. C'. M talker of Hniart Florida I.ht.
l'i0lbb TT.iu
II
HOHIIH ."
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Btvart Shriao Club 1% ritOIHTH :M). IJMMtLMl >0in KHI1HFKII! I ('1.n'i lRT: : #1 and that th..,. aro no other peraotm IHth dHv i.r March 11)84) to the Pub: .. I. 13 30, f 104unde hum or Inl..1 poll u' any of you Mark. Smith
.. C.... and hove or In and I 4
Pnoldant illl". IKIVIl. A1UANTV, OV Interested I In .ull. burla.o. Complaint, bruiiuht avalnat loll .I"II ioauyosn ( Secretary
Ut Tu.., SIll pm., Ut Natl. Clubroom '.('IB! OH1 ) I r ''IW\'H\ ( I'Riil'T'I H I'i. HilX' ;73 f. M. 9t'ATK PR rtt; h 'if > .Ml" bv' Al>h.l.'H: 10. MIL.Hi lbOVtl'l'l GE TI) 1 shut. ... porrels of lo.td Inn I
n... "". Ctrl. Club No. Upnoidont L>.\ II. !NonniD( ) I d I : Ill'N. H.l. t.Ii2bil.nuns MttPub $. \' il. 91 .hl.l( Nfl \. a married woman for the PltIiIOll'it 't:" ;eI\; 'OliNNoD. and to show causo why lhn som.should .
Paula HaeArtliurIad4tk Hm..ll>i>if. f TIMH "\HMrt 1IY J T I bAY Olt .: Fob ii. In. n7. tOol i, I.n i pone: of quieting. title to t h.. r.nb p110 n thou (lop I and not b.eet ohm forth" fiur In the II:. tt.ns T"
MOB. tilt pm, IOOP BaO \OI'JC'1o: I'll < IIHMIOHtAll : OJ 1 K Till ll'I', 1111 b O TUUUl. U0\ Vr"1 ; -- above dearrlbed pi utterlyother. : ttnlor I (ha pr.violuoaof lion purpoaea flu-I In aald ( Pell
Halted. C-........ T....... i'r...Ilium of thr <>.IHI. if tinilil Ill( TNll..N'l'Ith'N. rUVInforiiiHllon \Il'ria'l', tntt ',,;" I'll wIse the alienation of saId Complaint Chapter 10K5.1. Law. of rlnrlda. ..11... 'Olr.In f.r the annviientitled 1-1 L -- '
; I the 1..t'H: : P1111 11th t..i I" I It IINtb'n will bo taken a. convenedbv Aeta of 141 mlii recMer with the public ,
BMilor ...... _Ed Howard II Nurrlii. ilK<."N.."1. ar. h.niby roneornlnir : to-wlt I Oh
la I,..eby .I, ,'.": .hll Ih. you. and ea< h of >"on,. .and thl.Notlre Clork of the Circuit Court and UMO. : acoo.trltinn anl:
oat Than.. I ...... Waodmaa. Roll nitlfli and. tz'i.ir.T to fll. any amount or ilex rlpllon of t tlie "Prop-" : In In ,,aint nnnre of a d'.ln,.. t CITY
.. if Suit Khali be puhllahed
tinderalKnedof no In r the p..I.III" Martin Florida
.r lb. Llulina, 1'r Unload D.ohnm' C..I.dsn..yAn I li holder bo ublalmd Ito any ihajiter liiom I i'irllu, The HUmrt. uuorw0000eDibllohod r .....Ipt of proof of publliatlon. of Lolnh. r".ldll.
viHunliiKt aHliI oiltato I til III* tif. imv
:lfrt..f : \\
.._ 11..1. B. .... llnr.a Clerk
i eo..ft.tv. of
will I In "tUMrt. IIIH.lln
flir or th" louiilj Jtulira. ..f MnrllnI'nunli oeranna ,,0..11111 l an Inlvlvat. IIItI. Ants of inn with the thla native the flilltlom n.n... to- Circuit laurt .. lh COMMISSION
tad MOB.Ifeltr In.qulry tlnrk of the Lin'till t'.un, In and KlMlilH" 'O"'nPVl-ryWrI k f:'rriur .": tn for ,
ailrfre.Klna- *
"lu'IoI"I In hi- ('nurtliouarat hy
> Ordor of Eaatan Itar I Mioprru '......nl1..1" ,..........unve week. (f ur pnbllcutl. I ".unt, Florida and the Real i of
Cbaptor Hlimrl. KlorlilH within nIt l tIll) to Ki> >: ( ..... Htalit < onil for Martin upon > SHE1.TOVB H \nnWAPFunler
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i J W. Nstrn.-M'. Jo..ph (..rank.kawlad4la Falvnlui. iiKinihn from \n" duta of trolltr ... ,X.Imlnlalial, ..r. .\b.".;.. ,".'eipl i>f pr"f .if 1".10110 ulon of ..... .urr|.'inntlITVHeW wlikh we will ...ooo. I In hunlaeoa I ,l4 C -", thla lath. da)' of Jann.Luunt STUART

I Tbun. a p.... It....... 'tampla'cOVUNMCNTAI. Otto firm |niblii.ili.ii.I ..P ihla n.lt.. ... u",1 I 1', "|"..t'IPh l .Ion. niltol thla. noU,... tli" fUtltluiln n tine. t ii- \\ : mv haml and aeal ofaal havlnv our prln. l iTui| |>la. t> of ay..11. Plorilu.1964. 1..rt. MorOn
,:.,'h ilulnt or d l..miind inuat ba 10 'l'llulbuou, ..... 1"10..1,..,. Ho ""'. 0.liztiIl wit ,I i ..irt, I Iila uth day of rebruar bualneai In Port $..I..no.IOIlIn: >
ORGANIZATION' t5 rllln. ai.l| mum ainiK Olin, I'l lHt,* or I......unl lunb'r naIl'. sod BOBS VHOLEflMh: VUMIISTunler ) I"ml County, ?ls.2 that tho partlee I I Interaaled I DOROTHY PI tRCF. REGULAR MEETKSG800PJVI.
rnl< mess. .d |io.t nffli.. .01...... ofI .,,,.,. nSO. lu l'ubll.h..1 10 1111. lI..th.0" .... whlih I .. bib tnaaKe In bual., nut'tiTtiT riEnt'F In aald] b bualneaa. 1w Jo.e. CLICK IF ''
City CooMllMloB: Cooka Ih.I ilnlmnnt' anil. tmiat h awnrn toby \' '.. plot" of .." lI.r.hlp I. pm-. n..... hnxlnit my prltulial lla.e of lerk of the Circuit Court J ph In. O. oli.lton and Harvey R. Clll-RT IV \\l| 2nd and 4A
ftXauTjMoa ,... Boll tho clBlnmnl hi. ....nt, or hi. I. lbs hltor hv April hI bualnmia In Hiuart, JUrtln CnimtyKla Dy '. .,..AaF..I"H.. tAMJIvputy : lh.ltno ef. fort Salerno. Florida MARTIN Cl TY. FLORIDA
I City
Bitnrnry. or It will bocniiia, Void im. Oh. ,pru'p.'t'ty' u' ill\ be delivered .: that I the party Interenled In; Clerk and that th..at'aso other per- I8BAL) MONDAYS
Coaal c.-od l AooIlboryC.pdpW&tor Biinrllnic' tn law I" the .I".lnl.tr.I. hereafter. poll bualneaa la Hubert K. Maaalniraalil (''',,,'un Court KaeMMUIIAKI one" Interested In aald bu.lnaaa. OSIN
J horns DATFO J.muary t*. 1'I4MI all\ furthrr ,'I"lm. ,.,Ii.t bo dlrotl- of IIlu.". P'lnrllu, .nd, thftt IhPl'Oor. rt. IITTMKV HARVEY F. SHFLTOV" roomy TOKER iShwrt
...- I ...... COols .0..... .... Bld|. 'HI r:i. mKM'M uwn.Kverutrlx ed to the Imlnl.trator no other pnraona Intereatad In Alton. ,.., rialntlff JUdbPHINK: O SHELTON ] P."oi 'DrawStuart lIlt CUy llafl

c:_ C-...... of oh.outotu Ofand. RAY H. OHerV; bualnem !15 ElIOt: (boon Blvd.H V. 0. Box HI I'blrida: Public Alvajj Wclcoa*
Ckab.$ .._Frank A. WiahsP4.dOk 1.lnd... H. Norrl.. d"" .. A. AdmlniubrslurPiab.t RnllEItT Eo 1HI'HI"O I) I..,.. 1114 Mtuarl. Floridai'Utt. Port !Salerno, Flu Of C 00sa I for Petitioner.
S'DM.o (.5. .*. OowtknM 'vb.: Jan. 30. iub. e. 03. 2\1.\ bildIl >'01 i>>>. u io im !'vll.& l'aII. 1. 13. 10. a1. 954.bAAuA. .; ,oil. U. :JO, $7, :Mar, a. I..t.' I'ttb.f OB.-H..t"eb. t. IS. 10. 1M4 Pub: .Jan. ..'0 Fob.. t 41, Up .


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