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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 27, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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More Than 1OO Exhibits at High School's Science Fair Friday rand Saturday: Page 2-B





Audit Bureau of The Stuart News Gives You



:;$Guarantees H' ; : Your Ad Circulations'J Coverage : 1} e.u. 4rt NJ( tU!$ ; Of Martin Complete County News CommunitiesVOLUME







27-NUMBER 31 ,STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27 1964. 4 SECTIONS -32 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS




-. Stirs $150XX( ) ) Guarantee I Is Assured

N.w. on Folks From The County to Ask Injunction on TrailersAt :



I RamblingReporter World For Christ Crusade's' Lands Water Near for Island;


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COMMITTIE: : OF 100 Mrs Richardson Greets Brother North Area MeITe11 Now Confident 1

REPORT ON GROWTH
Hobe SoundIn

Martin County's progress is z.sin. \_vwsswrassvss.....wzcwswv!\ rss. t!
Reunited With
"snowballing, according( to a report Family After a
by H. G Kindred and R. H ProtestCount AN IDIIOKIALi: I Move
Philbrick of the Committee of for
j 100 See their article on Page 8-C: A Commendation to Mcrrcll for |

today. Twenty-year Search Pays Off was told hv Attorney the Marlin IXim (looker'mnty Work on Island Water Guarantee Ii

1 fir' Commission tit its m 'Ctinj. 1 acv I' j> ProgressReported
BOAT, BOAT, BOAT day to proceed with haste' to tile The bringing of iihumlant! fresh water treated and purified } 1
9 WHO OWNS TilE BOAT an injunetion In prevent trailers by the City ot Stuart to Sewalls Point and Hutchinson Island <"
Brother
Was from being parked it a I leligious ,
\ Is close |\
j A change 0 f policy' regarding near Hobe Sound now to actuality &
the use of the city dock at First camp A great: /many people deserve credit for bringing this about
I Street will probably be ordered A 'Stranger'By The commission culled was Woild told, a a For religious ,I It could not have happened if the Sewtills Point property owners '
group
,
by .the City Commission in the Christ t Crusade Inc. was in Vil.IItion hid not teamed up) with Southern Gulf Utilities. Inc., to form :sI "There will
i not too-distant future. Apparently be water on lIutch.In'iOn -
RAY !McCLURE: hud the foundation.Even I
I one boat, tied up at the dock, for of zoning regulations I Island In 1964," said Roland
I many weeks, is there mainly because "If at first you don't succeed. been in violation since Il/hO. and\ after (that prospects were dim for the semi island, until .. Merrcll Tuesday
no one has been able to disc try, try again" has been a twenty- I that nothing had been lone to Roland Merrill, First National (Dink trust officer and trustee 'I. The vice president and trust
I c, cover who owns it. year motto for Mrs Helen (James) I remedy the violation for the Hutchinson Island Water Project begin assembling a officer of the First National Bank I)
: > Richardson of Port Salerno.I I I The World For Christ t ( rusiule- i i $150.(MX) cash guarantee from island property owners. | ol Stuart, who has been trustee
and its leader the Rev. William
I IMPROVING! CAUSEWAY Helen long years of "trying" J. Stclpslra. purchased Imd in The story in the column on the right tells of the success I lor the Hutchinson' Island Water
WOULD COST DOUGH ended last Saturday m a joyful. August t. t I960. from the Beaver of those efforts Take a bow, Rotund, for a job well done 5 Project since October 1963, Haled
thaI 1128,018
has
It will be nice, but it will be reunion member with of her her family brother she the has first Lake Christian Camp, also headedby t"i'" '1'/:,'rt. ...PaM.IIIO' N .?,'v'nin'a! .. "'r"5e'aarae" { twteuhightype subscribed by property already owners.been and.
expensive. Tbil was indicated seen in = Stclpstra The camp purchasedthe that any balance! needed to complete
twenty
Tuesday when the Martin County who years. property from Mr mid Mrs : Apartments Planned! the required I50XX( ) ) by
those have .
Only experienced Holland .
Commission was told the estimated Sidney March: I was forthcoming.
cost of leveling and surfacing a first meeting with a family The property is locatcil on the An drawn
member since hah hood I agreement up by
of Jensen Beach Causeway ) can west side of I'irsl Avenue about Southern Gulf Utilities Inc of
understand and the School Area Is
would be about $7,100. Chairman emotional conllicu grasp and uncertain many a mile north ol Hobe Sound Eta High Miami, who will take the water to
Frank Wacha said it was J Just ties that accompany such an incident mcnlurv School). the island Is already in she hands
something to think about. Frederick ( Berger .'mil) Cat) of his attorney' Evans Crary Sr
> Helen and her brother Danny Gcis, representing the Ninth! Hobe\ Zoned Residential 3 added' M err ell. As soon as the
MAXVVFLLS MISS Pint of Orlando probably faced : 'f"'( Sound I Property Owners Inc, told attorney: ; Is satisfied with i t the agreement
the well be the commission as many as nine Mcrrcll f will send copies to
GOOD OLD Sl ART meeting as as it can .
trailers have been parked in the the sixty-two property owners who
faced-with smile, \
a nervous aquick
Alan Maxwell former Martin hug, and an invitation i \J.. ; + :i. \ / area zoned Residence2.I Busincss-mmdcil. people Marlin: months ago, but was tabled by the have contributed their purt of the
County High science teacher, wrote come I i inside "and see :the ent.1 : :" J' I "1 I he org imiation agreed t otuke l land adjoining. th* new Zoning Commission because mom- $I WXX( > on the basis: of 6 per cent
, from "Richmond (frozen), Ky.- Helen story is actually her' ; the property, and while the County High School for commerci burs did not want a commercial of the assessed! value of their properly
: We are homesick for Stuart and biography. She was born in Cleve. .J-. '. ;I' 8 I. deal was in progress, county zoning .il purposes may as well give up IIrea:near Ito school Ha also noted .
,; all the good people we know in land, Ohio the daughter of Mr. 1t".. i \ .;' .if. ;'.,.1 regulations were passed zoning the idea of opening a store or restuurant the! commission had asked for I When he has receive th* approval
1 Martin County. Enclosed find I and Mrs. Andrew Repko.. It wasa d .. ? the area Residence" iris liaise to develop a comprehensive. of thu sixty-two< ho will sign ,
check; please send The Stuart time when the country was recovering said "But the actual contract WitS The Martin County Planning plan for that area the agreement M err all said,
i? News until the money runs out. from the Great Depression MRS. JtMLS: RltllVRDSON AND_ BROIIIHe: DANNY not signed-the ilecd-until after and Zoning Commission I last I In view of those facU, Mr. After" the conlrllC.iltllll1efn sign

" Alan Mary and the. five Maxwell and the Repko 'family became Debbie, six, and J. C., four, attend sure that in doing so she would the zoning regulations were effective. 1 hursday night approved a request Houk explained the property' owners I eJ, WVr J1(*>f! rty owner will( pay '
boy" Editor' now W* art starting casually of that unhappy t Parker Elementary' School. find them all. After t that, the giotu! i Installed for re-ronmg nn area near the aHnduned: t'V' ongirful" plan *tattt* ptfticipHtlon Inc Uwojinl.whiclr \
him off with this I Issue so he era I Over the years, Helen's curiosity It was not an easy task as every I t two trui/crs./ Is this hgaif 8h,0fronl/ Interim Zoning/ ,- 10RcsKhmce tan can enjoy Bunny Abbott's story An aunt took little Helen and another and and as it did clue led to dead end after dead I think it I. a mutter" the courts i 3 (multiple dwelling), played an archliect/ to pr PJIJ.! 1*' the City of Stuart, on to x oJ
I about th. preparations for the aunt look her sister, Jeanctte she made grew effort grew after effort to locate end. Even: old friends advised her should decide Since ho came here, .thereby setting the stage for the plume for a high type 9 tho Island.Aceordmf.
Science' Fair Page 2B. In case Rev. has defied authorities ,
Stclpstra residential' the
The other children development of I development.
went into foster one member of her'' family, (Continued on Page 2-A) to Southern Gulf:
you would like to write, the Max homes. Helens only contact with and indicated no one can throw- entire area.Iredenck. Following! approval of the request "There 'lea col-
wells live at 210 East Walnut her family from then on was an I --- him off his properly" Bell Martin County, Bell congratulated Zoning fcction of additional II't'b' t ;

Street, Richmond, Ky. occasional visit with Jeanette and. Built Gcis told the commission! that, engineer and zoning director, told Commission members for taking front persons who request water
,.,.. her father. Her last contact with Five Artificial l Reefs to Be as far as he knew no public religious the group he recommended residential the attitude of studying the area service: In the future. at an assess-
NEWS: REPORTER IHS her father was twenty yean ago. services were being held by 1 the development for the smut closely when the request for tonIng meal raIl of 9 per cent. The Increase .
OLD RECORDS COLLECTIONStuart She remembers vaguely her brother In Spiny Lobster Research ProjectPermission group. He said it was his understanding and as far as he was concerned!, all the area first came in lie pointed is based on the available
Danny, but has no recollectionof that the camp is used asa future coning in the area win be' out that by waiting the zoning property left for assessment! and
News frtarar McClure sisters, Margaret and Mary rest area for the -iiroup's.! missionaries Rcsidcnce-3. results have been considerably (the minimum amount of additional
who has one Ann. Even the memory of Jean- to construct five artificial a meeting of the County ('onimiwsion The hoard acted: Thursday nighton better for the area contributions necessary to cover
collections of original phonograph ette has faded. reefs for the collection of uesday I But most of the trailers are I a request t by Attorney T C. The Martin County: Commission purt of the initial cost, installation
records of popular music of the Helen attended school in Cleveland spiny lobster larvae was received Wilham told the commission delapidate looking and down llenik, acting for John J. Detrioand voted ut its meeting Tuesday approval of water storage' facilities, a rebateto
1930's and 40s was I looking I Ohio and in 1955 married by Ross Witham of the House of that the state has allocated $2,500() grade our area. When other trailer Peter Milmone, Miami 1 builders of the Resident- zoning Sewalls Point and interest on
through his files recently and James Richardson. In 1957 they Refuge marine field laboratory ut for the spiny lobster project but parks refuse to allow a trailer to rezone the area to allow for the area advances mud by certain 'property
found an old 78-speed Decca record came to Florida where her bus that permission to construct the (Continued on Page 2-A) the construction of two four-unit At the same time the commission owners towards the Initial: SI.10,000(
The song Is "Blue Moon"and band Is now employed with krauss reefs is needed from the County two-story apartment houses on also approved rezoning of contribution. The 9 per cent fiij-
the singer is Frances Lang. and Crane, and her two children Commission, Stale Road 76 near the school lot 94 in the Gomez grant from Lure is also based on (the premise.
ford. Are there any 78- peed records Ask Survey The reefs will be built it Sunrise County Fighting Monk reminded the Zoning Kobe Soundoning to Resident- that the BraoMmw property Is an
left? Inn dock Hobe Sound dock Commission that a request for re- 3A. The lot Is a small strip in a Initial! contributor, having paid
-tr Kidd Will On Traffic Jensen Beach pier, Seminole Shores zoning in that area came up a few fourteen-acrc tract $ 10:(000/ and that the balance; of the

GFOGRAPHY IESSOSLN Speak I and the House of Refuge. Palm Beach Try -- -.--- -- -- .- Bradshaw property will be assessed!
ut 6 cent this
lOIUVS NEWS: per simply means
!
Do you know the location of To Tax Group on I For Blinker Island Sale of On Lake ReverseMartin Irlo Bronson a Candidate that property the balance is reduced of your in value assessed and

Lighthouse Point? Or do you just I therefore tho price must be higher
think you know it? Which side of March 5th HereWilliam Street lights and signal lights County officials' left I Ii Senator to raise the additional total contributions
the St. Lucie is it on? To clear up I caught the eye of the County Commission 400 Front Feet i Tuesday for Tallahassee to give Again for State necessary

your geography problem, please R. Kidd, new executive I when it met Tuesday I testimony in Palm \Beach Coun "Future contributions received
turn to Section D. officer of the Internal Improvement The commission agreed to ask At Cash ty's attempt to overturn the Leg- Irlo Bronson, Kissimmce, state r ----r---: """o 'TI" 'cW are to be divided equally between
Ce Fund, Tallahassee! who takes the State Road Department to $$88,000 islature's reapportionment of Lake senator for the thirty-third district 1'" ;'1: the utility company and persons
SHERIFF, DEPUTIES over that position from Van Ferguson I make a survey on traffic condi Okccchobee is !seeking re-election and will ., who have mad advances, until advances .
AMI 1ROOPERS ARE on Feb 29, will he principal Irons at the entrance of the new Renewed interest in Hutchinson Making the trip was State Representative run in the May 5 primary As of .k have been repaid"
HIGHLY PRAISEDA speaker at Martin County Taxpayers Martin County High School on Island real estate was indicatedby William Owens, Attor- this date he hat no opposition, k f 1.1; The estimated over-all cost of
Association annual meet Indiantown Road to see if it would a recent cash sale In which ney Willium Scott, Martin County Bronson was born in Osceola ; n 'a the project of taking water to (the
letter will be sent by the Ing.Kidd i he feasible to install a blinker lightat 400 front feet were sold for $88, Attorney Dean Tookcr and Mar County Aug 3, 1VOO. He is a Island Is $137,000 The total contnbiition .
Martin County Commission( to will speak at Stuart Worn.an' the intersection! 000( ). tin County Engineer Fred Bell. graduate of Osceola! High School of property owners I is to
Sheriff Roy Baker and the Florida Club at a public meeting of It also agreed to have County The buyer was the Hobe Sound-I Should Palm Beach be successful attended preparatory school, and r ." be $225,000. Southern Gulf will
Highway Patrol commending the the association which will beginat Engineer Fred Bell check c: the Jupiter Company. Seller was Martin County would lose graduated from Rollins College, je put up the remainder.
sheriff and his deputies and State 8 p.m. Thursday, March 5. feasibility of installing three "streetlights art Properties, Inc. The about $20(55)) ( )( a year in increased Winter Park f' I Work begun Tuesday on the extension
Trooper Charles Humphries and Kidd chairman of the in the vicinity of the school Stu'l gasoline taxes allowed it under of the city water main i from
was committee I i is 1,600! feet deep and Ho is married to t h. former '- *)
of traf ,
others for their handling recreational the new division of the lake. Palm Beach Avenue to the city
on development between the
i two bridges. M. flora Belle Bass of Kissimmee.! a
fie at the CircleT Rodeo hold s< east limits at Broadway. From there
The slate's taxes
gasoline! are
which recommended the Outdoor CORNIRSIONb LAYING Nelson! was broker. 'I have two children and all v <
last weekend. The commission voted I I divided counties on the hey the main will bo taken to a point
to send the letter at a meeting of Recreation 1963 and Conservation Act FOR HIGH; SCHOOL' BYMASONS The land is in government lot hisis of among area and roads Martin attend the Methodist Church w J I near Steele Point at the west t end

Tuesday. John E Friday will give th* I' ON SATURDAY 4, section: 24, township 37, range I County stands to gain through the Bronson (is an honorary member t of the St. Lucie River Bridge wherea
I' will be held at 2:15: p.m Saturday division of the luke Club, I is a member of the Elks will be installed This work will
HRSf NATIONAL NOW Lodge the Masonic: Lodge, Scottish he done by Cambron Construction
Feb. 29. at the new Martin County Other counties benefiting from
1653rd LARGEST BANKIN BURNS StmntLH Senior High School under the Friel I leads the division of the lake are Glades, ; Rite, and I is a director of the Company for the City of Stuart
HIE UNTIED STATES ON VISIT IIERE I direction of Acacia Lodge 163 Men's Garden ClubRay Ilendry and Okeechobec State Chamber of Commerce and Southern Gulf takes over from
With deposits of $18,692,405, Haydon Burns Jacksonville' F&AM Principal oration will be the local Chamber of Commerce. Ik !this point extending the main to
on Dec. 31, 1963, as comparedto mayor and candidate for govern given i by County Judge Evans Friel was elected presidentof DKIVK: He was elected I to the Florida Sewulls Point and then to the Island .
BANK
$17,030,488 for the same date or, was scheduled to meet friends | Crary Jr. At 1:15: p.m", Acacia the new Men's Garden C tub BIOOI/ 19 House of Representatives In 1942 II is expected that this will be
in 1962 the First National Bank and supporters at the community I I I Lodge will be open to lodge mem last hursday night Bested: vice SRI ON MKtll and served ten years there without speeded up now that the two projects -
of Stuart rose fifty-three places room of First National Bank at I bers. The ceremonies at the school president was W E Ambler: sec- Martin County Blood I Bank's opposition" i In 1952 he was elected are virtually one, so far as he
from 1706th largest bank to 3 p.m Wednesday Feb. 26. are public. rotary Roscoe Glenn; and treasurer .. next drive will be conducted at to the Florida Senate, and was utility company I Is concerned.
1653rd largest bank in the United Howard UnderwoodCity Stuart Woman's Club on Thursday president pro tern of the body In
: loid"na ': ; 1937, He is .also a member of the
Joe' Crowder I March 19 from 10 em to6pm ELLIS FINED $100
(Continued on Page 2-A) I I''legislative Council. JELL BRU1IfMJS
ContributedHistorical
Three I
Paintings spoke on Stuarts progress plans Alden Ellis was fined $100 or
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-- --- thirty day In Martin County Court

Twisting Contractor/ this week on an assault and battery
Redress
Hospital May Seek from
Cfale lACK JAMES I Society .. I ._.._ --.-- charge


\ COW COT "" Will Sue HospStuart ital to End Noise Last Wk' Wtrh

Sometimes In my Christian Faith City rumptur Hl.h Low FUlnf.llI
Fund
Sets Up Art .b. .IS TO IS .ist"h
wonder if the so
I reason many r ,. rut /r oat
churchgoers don't openly accept me ieastbddyof r.h. 1\ u ate .e0r.ai
Christ their City Commission instruct sance because of its\ noise and the cifications of the hospital extension After discussing :s aiN .r atI.In
as AT 7-0699. ed Us T T odor it caused.Monday's I' completed 1963 and gave another meeting with the hospital a// 1i .UI tsea
Saviour it that Martin County Historical Society her phone is attorney Oughterson I board of directors one ..noAv '
that the architect and
their instructorsemphasize M fund A .... for the permanent Monday to institute legal proceedings action: followed the the opinion board and : J Is: : : : I* sin .oo
inaugurating an art to exhibit. was a portrait of against Martin Memorial Hospital .inspection of the entire hospital I general contractor were at fault i wu held with both the .rt.. 'e''lIeralar.| Car .eek: .... ,
\ much the too fear buy desirable paintings for permanent Eli Morgan.01\ of Billy Bow legs, m connection with an alleged I plant last week by Leonard because the noise nuisance was a Hildabrad Park residents, hb. 17 aa. recently TIDE A"H i
I" : exhibition at the Elliott Mu hilds, retired engineer I violation of local: regulations. as M<>nduy M tnwWn'.
hWUr
of/ the Devil and by painter Jim Hutchinson, contributed violation of a I 1940 noise ordinance !! at a Sewalls Point c.1 I The hospital still owed th I I the commission decided against 'rLUTCI. X.it{ P.... A.M. PU 1
living .
not the love of seum. by the Lively Arts Club. I architect l $14,000. Oughterson such' a measure, and instead voted h, it .. f:HO I I:It 181III
r
Hutchmson's Jamaican The action almost one Mayor Ray Cooke and City : flp:.. II III lit 144 ,
the Lord. (I'm Anyone desiring to donate to One of came I I : suit. Commissioner Jack ; :
I I f file -
Cromwell, 4-1 to "
to ill
Joe Crowder were accompanied added. (According b S 39 I from HildobrodPark alter
the that
'. going to the this fund or wishing more information paintings was contributed by Mrs. year time M the for this, not stated at Hartman cast the dissenting! iOn /* M.r t'J : 1.11 : 1.94
these about It, should contact Wilbur Forrest, and a portrait of residents first complainedthat on the tour by Guy I II I reason h morning the following I talui >St: > JU
wagon; h Tuesday M.ri 4'B: : ails:
is ,
administrator Monday's meeting, that t : IW.r. I'
shoes Rodeo I. Mrs. Roland Dunn chairman of Lucy Tiger by Hutchinson was air-condKioning.. and other ( Cromwell hospital J released {Ii41:?
.
It t are pinching me. I Clutch; hospital does Dot yet have the statement was 4 lti4.: 1)as: : IU':
show. this Sunday after' Churchat the special committee. Her address presented to the society by Roland machinery located at the east t I I According to Oughterson mul I to this amount.) (Continued on Page 2-A) I a..lt.n.w Ira .... tM ore lift
230: pm) ll& Bo* 48-A. Routs I, Stuart, aod Lu & I side of the hospital, caused: a nui Jw inspected the plans 11 j>> money: pay

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--- _.-.. -- taken to dmhotprial ,b ,
the
: V UllSltARI : ABOUT steps
ThuNlIIJ, Ftbnniry' 37. 1964 Bray Is New Patrolman : : I I tp satiifv the ccmp I
on '
.---I' p"'J.t "' ., ) Will Sue : ,re outlined and the! City| City assured ol 'timh
was "
Rdfrols Will The Citvof Stuart Force operation of the hospital hi

.. Hospital About Only 111111 week reprtsmnti I
the city' with Mr Childs ,
Athul' \ 11..11 I ol Stuart !Police Nan- "
Hold Kickoff rinnc e Otl'irtmtnl | (the hospital to discuss ,'iml
lenses Hi ., dull i. ih. sIsl Ibis, replacing H irycv P'I'| y, v\ha\\ Noise "
: : : 't : : /1Ii', Ending the/ problem
; ,,, "
,
vt n hr.iml :h v .I ncmhcrAIRtRr resigned i recently' to accept an appointment /
Lunch March 4 The action, he said cam,
of the
us justice pcaoeIJuy
.. I World \Vir| I II( veteran n if' (Continued from Page I I.A) a great shock and surprise
1..rllR. County Red ('ross Chiv( pfht.\ Army Air FORK. came h ere : ,/> )
t, ,II launch uv annual nonthmpaipi from SI loins Mo, where he hil( t. from the hospital: I Antarctica's glaciers often u "
I..J' "., wMh a luncheon ..11s ken a (gourd ul the slate pcnitcn: I Ia "Cuiv Cromwell. administratorof at the unusually swift pace niyards
,''I Womans (Inh on 1V''dna- / .. Martin Memorial Hospital. said aear The ics ,"rt,
d.,' March 4w -! i I .......... ",.IC', this. morning the hosplils hoardof so covered bv ridge, crevasses
irkorv from ill parts of (he Ordnance I'lunt for eleven years. .. .. f trn directors has received no com I snow bridges that even hclieo l.
hJlb-. ,,", ., ., .. mimcation from the CilCom-
.runts. will he present 10 receive He i PS mimed. and he and (',,;.. d cannot.!. land.
'hr" lots, and instructions t lor (he his wife. l-aviuiLhn, have | wdnuQhler .... mission. -
I "iH' :rxhip drive!. c h.iirman of the I9M member grades \iund one, respectively. I (' decided" to bring court action t WS..1
,'1 drove" Mrs Hugh WIIIOlll1h. .A at Jensen Bench Elementary| SchoqlMQRF ugdinM the hospital. it prohibh
I ;"''sted 'h\. RaF. ncl as ecv .... N1 ..."..,.,. would he referred 'to the ho\ril.tl' ,,.,NMt arts Iarasaatt taarlat I
h."rm1In r + r A- attorneys. Crtrv; / C rjrv and Cr iry Coshsnsosswnon .
( ABOUT ffa-i 'i'irI 'Hospital director, met with tht [ [ o"'rt" M. John.
I the goal for 1964 according and r"identI I Hldihrid ..ntuutnaran. AT 71treI I'
Mrs time \\', Smaltey. excculircckw city) ...........---L
\ n. 812,011.V ), RamblingContinued 'Park" one week ago _At t that t tinu"

I rs <;;01.lie, cmphimDvd that:
I h( R'd I ( row "hrkvif" to all I hepic I N Nr I' /' the Winter Season
,,,/ 1.. ( Prom Page I IA) II IIl/ : tijoy
? srves aB the people and 1/1'1 '
r 4 r l' 11 ith New "Do" fromPARK
"'11ld> cntirrh upon tfceir vol IIAMM"Mt1tM+wi'N't ;*a %1' + I { a
I :1.1"1I"ron' for lilt fund" a f' a. i Rss Ii'i
I Ih.. campaign slofun it: \1. I A, BRew \\' Slates. according to a listing t ip. PLAZA
the Fen 21 edition of The AmerIcan ,
Theniih-'. --Your_Help. -: -Stuart.. Piilrolmim li:inker, 111 .r
tr BEAUTY SALON

('II tN'E 1O RUtRN ': W I 317 W. O'lBUD.: AT 7-2838
OVERDUE: BOOKS \\llllNO I
FINE OR OtFSIIONMis "r"a"il I a OW\FRI CIORCIi IIVRDWICKOPERtlORS.

i v. Olney Lun: (. high! school I y II : FLM\ 1IIOMVS BARBARA IIUNTFR
P NTATIO lihniruin. reports that March I 1.7 I
GAVV'N
,
E.DF',* Is less Open i II Return Borrowed Books Week," JReerprter IST\ BETTY RIARDWICK
D Room ,.Ma vu 1 and asks that I i ltidcnts and their i .r
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PR+1 f' t tr "there will he fine and
pdsr no noquestions
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4 RECORDS
BOOKS &
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r to "leave it alone Rut her nl'l'elile '
MlmYll\lF. 6:45'Friday : only increased lo the point ,ITS A BfAUIOne of the houls that tied up at the Outrigger l last week. The vacht was among | & RECORD SHOP
-- -- _. where her heitih| was threatened twenty.two craft that culled at the marina list' week. /
Saturday and her friends became concerned I .. .. .. 329 F. Ocean Boulevard t Phone AT 7-0403 _
Sunday -
---- ---- ----
Then a few weeks ago Hidden 1-
3 'HOLD HITS I ly and without warning she renumbered the niece of former County Comnnssioner aiIIIhI1111II111II11111111111llIIt11111Illllllllt1111111tt..... !! !!! '!!.!! !! !_ ttiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllli!!,!!! !!!!'.!!!. !!!!!.o.1
something that had become .1I Elton Schwarz Candidate to I II I Charles W, I eightonMr ,
FI I hew A clouded in her mind-Bil- I Schwarz indicated that his
I Oona limore, Md She retailed that her principal interest i is in "a high
) 1f& father had once mentioned having Position of County Judge standard of impartial admimstra. FRANCES LANGFORD'5AT )
rclm vc. in Baltimore. I lion of justice"

offl.ALSO She immediately! wrote to the Elton H Schwarz, a local tit. the or gmal organizers of First Said Schwarz. "I I feel that my ---
'.I }" Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone torney has announced that he intends Federal Savings and Loan Asso broad general practice and ten IGGER"OU -
IOUSEOMF.N Company I n Baltimore to join the race for Demo elation of Martin ('ounly.After years experience( in dealing with R
Sensing Ilelen.,'a predicament the I the and affairs of
rsav.la WARNR. ios, 1 cratic nomination for county judge serving as attorney secre problems people RESTAURANT
company did a little dunning and Schwarz, who Is thirty six yours lary and director of First Federal of all ages and from ill walks of /
telephoned all Kcikot m the directory old first established residence in I I for .approximately( two years. he life eminently qualify me for this 1\\Gt'ORn: MI I AS AM> M \RI\\
WOMEN 'OF THE WORLD"Box One Repko remembered Mirtin County fifteen yeirs agq IjijmuJ..the.,stall.of. Atl.\ntic, Ted position; and I believe that election I \MI1S POINT ROU
Andrew Rep o, her Cither, and while collll'lelirig''unlcriri.dl! ale Ten) Sivings; and Loan Association to a judicial office should be based' JI-NSFN BIAC1I: .
gave/ them an aiWrest. studies at Ohio Slate University in Fort 1.audcrd,de as assist.mt vice upon the present qualifications of I $1.50 SPECIAL
Helen contact with her father the candidate handle the LUNCHES
College of Business Admimslra [ president In I WO! ). after trending to prob.
has "been only hy telephone They lion, He then received his huchp: Isms before the court and not I Iul'on '
iii Box Office Opera ('lilO plan k> meet as noon as possible lor of I laws degree from the University a political popularity contest SPRVINCi NOON Til!. 2 pM-MO O.\Y THRU FRIDAY
i. n ..fftl Feature lime 700 Through/ her father Helen found of Honda. in Jmiiiry, I or as a means of acquiring
.
that Jeanette I in now Mrs. Jeanette political or judicial !
ntV 1954. and opened his office in Slu experience INFORM.\L FASHION
SHOWFROM
Cnnllnuoini from 1IS 1: Hut, Sun. M -Iuro of Parma. Ohio, and ,phe art at that time. Shortly after en When elected I pledge 'lo devote
mother of a ion and iiightcr. 'tcring practice he promoted establishment my full attention lo all phase of THE
LAST HMElOMGIirlitK Mary Ann i is Mrs Richard May of I h e local Sm/ill this office," he added The county I
LEMON: CAROL LYMY with her husband in England, where Claims Court and served as one of I (tidge' in addition to serving: us OUTRIGGER GIFT SHOP
"UNDER TUB YUM I YUM TREE" he i M stationed' with the Army Juvenile Court judge: has junsdic i 1
Danny, her first family visitor, -- -- I lion over certain criminal cases.
--- ii the father of a ton MORE ABOUT I incompctency proceedings, administration Wed. and<.J Fri 12:30: p.m. 'til 2:30: p.m.
Thursday thru Monday One other sister, Miss Margaret I of estates, and many other -
ALL WALT DISNEY PROGRAM Pint. lives in Ashtihul i, Ohio. \ administrative functions,
A Musical' Helen mother has remarried. County Opposes ( ... t. '-'- DINNERS DAILY
swing k
Magic Through' Kingdom thi /.. .t ed It out is,remarkable that she and, as her Helen two point.mar. Trailers Owned Pw..q.I1.ION ... 1 Changes AskedIn 7 DAYS AV rr K 5 P,Nf, 'TIL 10 P,M,

I ried sister each hive a boy and
girl Her brother, Danny, hut a Bird SeasonA Polynesian Cantonese American Foods<
.. ./ son, und hope to have a daugh By Crusade Unit
'
ter Helen "'ys he is l 'halfway" For Jtevervation' Call 2S7-40-10
I: I in keeping up with the family |Ira. request 1 that the county ask
Mn.wn aNHWNNIMG, ,Hlint NulN PM, ,4tlNw dition. (Continued from Page I I-A) IIIj'I the f loud i Game Commission t to
ALSO Along the way, other have close the early dove season wis I1'here The Stars Meet *
OhlThat ,. 'ws1lattl .saiadaaarMgaraaea aProfessor's helped Helen in her search for her to park they come to this camp. made by C hnrlcs Kindred president .. ._ .
+ This --
no taxes -
-
pays theytltan't of -
group
family including William R. the I sank Walton I leigue.
Scott
WALT' t vote, and have thumbed their
DISNEY,, .1 of Stuart Mr. Betty Evans of f and was agreed on hy the County
Apprentical ? lit We want I the
nose
everyone I Rays at
Commission its
ul Tuesiday 3
meeting -
Coral Gardens, Duly Days
and Mrs.
1HE M NTUREb OFTECHNICOIOR.'sur Cora zoning regulations enforced Gel II {'''WARl !
Humble I of Rio. I ONLY ONLY
As Helen exuberantly relates: said Commission, Chairman Frank two years in Fort !Lauderdale! developing Kindred asked that the early; GREENE'S
dove season he eliminated and
"Everyone has
been w wonder. Wacha asked Mr Marie ielnctt a of
program/ expansion
niter the first ten days to allow
fiat I Mill find
it hard to believe for Allmtic Federal, he '
reopenedhis
for the
recording
secretary commission
that qu ul hunting only on Wednesday ,
I have
finally found my fam and offices in Stuart, and has been
recording secretary I riil .
and
iv Saturday Sund..y."The
ily It i is
a big dream come true- engaged in I hit of
for the Planning and! Zoning Commission general practice
quail need time lo
an answer to my prayer. I have law since regroup -
thai
if Rev, hud time "
wailed and for appeared (kindred; snd "The wan
waited Martin
,isauNswuniMIwGNaeinrasuNMhNumTuesday For Helen it would so he long" !before the County Schwarz. who .is the father of it I is now hunters kill the quail
appropriate Planning two sons! and four "
group d.iiighursanil/ along with the doves
to
and Wednesday Milton quote English! poet John "The minister came before the his wife Marie. reside in North

Ainun: IIITClICO'K'S 'who only: "They island serve and wait Him," best. Planning Commission and askedif l River Shores and attend! the Con- Syria! Euphrates dim pro)-
he could put in trailers," Mrs gregdtonul/ Church in Palm ('ity.Mrs. eel the country 'largest irrigation
"TO CATCH A THIEF" Thunderstorms in Mogor, Javaoccur Gelnctt replied The hoard laid Sehwarz the former Rose plan is expected( to cost about $260()
[ on the of trailer did not conform with I Mane Indium his lived, in Palm m Ilion and tike six years I to complete
_. . days year, average about 320 zoning in the area The minister, City virtually all of her life, and is .
-- - !
.
------ I felt indicated he would put them I
I. -- In anvwav. since there were truil-
ers there before he got there"

WHERE DINING IS A PLEASURE j is Wacha becoming told a severe the group prohlem zoning in

I the county and not enough authority I
has been given lo the
MILAN'S Planning and Zoning Commissionto i i JE
RESTAURANT enforce its decisions He laid
it needs legal assistance to follow
If' up on lit decisions:

:: 'ySUNDAYS Complete DINNER) said Commiisioncr) the people of Jack the area Saundcrson aroundthe BIGXWPORTRAITGREENE'S//

\ camp have nice homes and do
; Featutjttf, not want their value decreased )He v
; I made a motion for the county at'

t Roast Prime Ribs of Beef f Au Jus torney possible! to to proceed do whit as is quickly necessary as r SOOT 1100 reg., 8.00P

to get the World For Christ Crusade
Inc. \to conform with zoning

1 OR regulations The motion carried. GOURMETBUFFET P ..12tsNaallLg8Mrlutgks4lpl .. ;
$If 95 Earlier in the meeting and !before .
.I.ht,Will Bt At
tht question of the trailer., r

Roast Leg of Spring Lamb. J_ was Saunderson taken up oti :the the commission commission,, UNDAT.a 'ro P.M.
'a had
preacher into Fort
Pierce gone "*.. 4
J recently and when he left
r DAILY had taken about $10.()XX( ) m con ree rr.ead..B- ys+w

tributions., ass INataaa. flak.. .at1TU.U.TMOO STUART FLA.
I CHEFS 95c "J think we have enough established BOwn 1.406t ,

t SPECIALS . . . . . . from religious churches needs to of take the cart community of the IfQLRS,

I'd like to see lit work out i THURSDAY, FEL 271k, 10 AJU. TO 5:30 PJVt
'semi regulation to eliminate or FRIDAY, KB: JMi t14.51., TO 9 ML
restrict the. type of endeavor to S.VTUTIDAY, fEa. zttll 10 AAt TO 6 TM.
Milan's Restaurant it won't happen here." Saunderson miEse: iiouis EXCEPT FOR LI
referred to a tent meeting by an CViltJJ.lk jt"",, L IIIOURW
vangdist In Fort Pierce which .
.
NUT TO ; traded J In violence and demonstration . w ,; ;.;...:.., .:... .;., "I"
BQHUM UNES IN JENSEN ..
f&ifli
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I'' SOCIAL NEWS ,' i Was High( Dr. King to Talk


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s8i'a 'I I Office. AT 7-1550 MISS MARY LINDSAY Society' Editor" At Mteiuhnee Bazaar was high at th I::1 j To PTA on Tuesday

he \\'
( ,
hi/iir sponsored hy
tars Club of Stuart oil SttturduI Dr Mx\\ull king, president' ol other oollogis tinaiuis enure.'
Big Annual Flower Show Set on I 1/1/ HI the club huihltngMl i 1 Italian; River :lunior::: C ollcgi; : will: I offered and other items ..i ilo tilt, I' "

committee i nu.mhm report!. hr, gamed speaker| ii I the Muslin: the iiidtenci.
;.1 t ih::.ii. their booths were well pu:,. | ('0'111Hih Vihonl" I IMA' 'I MISI I All parents interested III i ilunior I h
1 "'nvd\ ", including th" snuck: bill I dry. March t al N pm The( meeting I college for Theo hililnare II
Saturday and Sundau at Club I IK "I,1I1e I Art Show." a ncMI w will Ix hiM' it the nchlh asked. to attend
,, eon this year: "was" successful schowtl I I Also to ho discussed will Ix ,ih,

i i II h,,' its" mJ crafts work of i 11us I Iul' I's The program is. inlilletl fuel nirllcipaiwn' of the I'TA. "n. th:
Mrs Paul Bryant chairnnn win displayed in IhI e for Future Adults; Dr. King will Marlin County Fair M micd .,
assisted hy Mn C. H Turner are .1 I room. speak! on und answer questions bth group al the Inn is" I",
setting up the annual Garden Cluh among the exhibitors in the nr I about fen. transfers ol' credit loM scnol irship i .

flower show at the XVonun Cluh ii were Mrs I I.. \V'. GrttfithI .
building (his week Sirs MargaretHill \1 I Mlrcdi HvHMilh. Mrs. Edt \
of Button Hill Nursery help. e M t run, Mrs. J. I Edward Book: Committee Heads Are Named I
ed Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. Turner v Vlhe IMvonl. and Mrs. J JK
select plans she is loaning i he i* '"KPOV Sr. C'nil'I work exhihi. 1fltUI
!
Garden Club for use in the tiiging .r ,10 Mrs. I J.. XV : By the Library Association
___ /II I Inicv. Mrs J.I E. Ashley

The show will open Saturday \' I.lines: I I. Daly u n il I MrK .trim ( i mm I lhr.1I"C, !' d.'nnlll low.inl. such p ,o,,
I
morning Feb: :21! when eighteen I I I.rmitsitser. i Afc*I. fiv noon niniul i the I .I llmm,: t.',minnl l grim Slides em Ix l priaunilI : ,,,,
judges ill arrive to judge the exhibils Lhy S. L.I irjtoliiM ucrd I kind suheUs| is art. 'IK'I ion J
% This will he a standard ," 1. I Ihs wake lire on esitem toe heads on I 111,1.1)| nominal. ligion science octal studies ,mil,
1 show with ribbon designations as in the Milropolilan Mu ['ih. lit Mrs Mu,,,'h \\ nighhv travel

follows: blue for first red tot ,.t i An New York the, and Mrs. M.i\ \"\1'1 ihnili. \olun J It is plinneit! to hose .1 i projet.
h second yellow for third and while ,' P iris. France and I h i e. tiers; Mrs ironer j I ,atral I scud; I tor for dcnuinstuiion .il the m\'
for honorable mention Only one I I us,, (M Congressushinyton, ,, mating.
I Mrs. Ralph 11.mm.in' Si, land
I n Ik/ hits mated these five
first, second and third ribbon
may MrsV.. Ira \\illiiims, I
i c"rreI"1 -
hides in theVomani Club scope; t-\
be awarded in each class A tricolor MRS. 1 KIM I.I.I
I hr, members plan| to enter "sowii he awarded to blue '
ribbon may winner scoring ninety a -five 'then i works in (he District fins loss tlisplis; F. I Ice MSI I pub I srtk: 'I.10 \iJ\in\R\

or more in Ihe various classes; an Art I "sli\al al \\isl Palm (teach. limy; Miss Mary I nulsiv, art up I Speaker nt the ll,>spitil Auxil.
award of distinction (brown nh M" h M Bulletin" and Mrs l Iran llupfil( cry meeting next Manilas Miat

hon) may he awarded a hlue ribbon \\ P" acs won were u bridge table, I 2. will' he Mrs t,2nevevc: F I
winner scoring -five or \ ,rt i 1.\ Mrs. M Pcrliur, a carafe Kiieivcd aims the J Joh II \V Primer Mho is the new ilircuo'
more In various classes ninety an awardof ......, ,\. n M" hV. Ili/liwood mid n Slakes, kiseiiah I ouml.id'm do. I of nurses al M.irtm Munonal" '
merit ( ribbon) be .' hamper h\ Mrs I'ikr Cell notion of liJMi) time purpose ot I Hospital 1 Mrs, TrmWr irnierh I
given in the orange horticulture may divisionto ", JI! r I 1". which IH to hay "looks thiS will lived in I train I Ohio i: and,:;: now
mike known lo si ulmis the mini
is rfsidinl of Port Silerm Tin
the highest 1 blue ribbon winner, + a
/i her and types of "h"llIl'-hll" avail will lie al! 2
five in tll meeting pmi
scoring ninety or more .) J (I'/"S! Society! title,. 11 i i. also Ii, provuli' mformu _. --
various
I classes The tricolor and ,
lion and milenl l ius.issirfor
the award of distinction and awardof Clni\tian Set"vice
: 'WURIH i i dim
MR .A DIR! R \VL POPRIIKIN merit are of equal value. Sweep- applying) 'lor nthvhrships is willis M.IS1(11).; ] : \\'
In ,1 Meeting : guidmie! in 'ck"'I1' a i ihni.rol
slakes awards will he given in both urccrsIht I'he Tourist Club will 11"i ,'i ,inMondiy

Lofer-Popritkin Marriage a horticulture and design divisions, Ihc I regular nailing of thinninH I 1I "'Cill'h)11' is nvukring Mireh il h p m' u
one in each (three purple ribbons the Youth (intir with covered
\\ Society of f ('hritilll'ervlee t adding sinks mil t ipi 1"'I.\'IInll'\ .t i
anti rosette). of I h e first Meihodisi I lo its arts lihnrt\ Prrnausiy Mrs dish. supper, entertainment: ,silt
Doable-ring Rite on Jan. 25 A junior achievement award ( lurch was held on/ Tuesday, I'ihIK XVilliur S dourest I p csrnlul .t i tallow( the dinner
.
. may he given i to (he outstanding "MIS'IRENS MART, qlllle conlrary" is Miss Rachel\ n"'" one I 11 P: 10 pm at the church. -.-- -

M ss Rosa Clara f r.pfer became Given in marriage hy her fith- artistic or educational exhihi of the junior hostesses al the Garden C'luh 0'' Stuart Flower, show The theme of 'the program wa1. I ...KVfnnit I
: in he division Mrs bnotewg rthe o/
. ( junior Now 1 ]
the bride ol' Raul Poprilkm i n er the bride wore a sleeveless full. I he held and Ssnday Feb 19 and March I ...t" the You arc (hri'I.Cutlt' and wit a
C. H. Munch i is in charge of high to Saturday) Mn. J. I J. Richard. .
cercmoniis J.in. 25 i in Buenos length gown of reAch luce and school girdencnThere WOl11l1n' Club Blnlling. The how will he aspen between 2-1 1'111 presented by Q Mt s. ,1/flI..tuertte PultonPKIIRI
with Mrs Pierce Afire
Aires! Argcntim The tlouhle ring 'tulle embroidered with seed pearls o"i\11I11|
. ceremony was performed in the Her veil I was shoulder length She will he a plant sale and a ', _each_ day. ___ ___ with pianockclions, ,' I R.M"GRIl' H SUM'I IFS
u -- - -
-
I ibcrti Jewish Temple at 10 pm carried a bouquet of pink and I bake sate.Junior here will he a rummnno salon e
by Rabbi 1 Grin Ramo white rosesFollowing. hostesses, dressed asMistress 1 TA W RUI I C.ROII; March II und 14 at the ol 1
PJrenU of the couple are Mr and the ceremony are. Mary! with sunbonnct FreedomMedal I it) NIF.E111IDNI.sutY J Tropic Furniture Store Mawr Ar 1JI7&c

i Mrs. Mauricio ofer I Buenos ception wits held at the Royal und sprinkling. can following the 1 1 he I ahchui i Group "I I h r The district unmml con IV rent,c
theme of "How Does Your Garden will ha held March 6 at 9:41 ant
I
Garden.
I Aires. and Mr and Mrs GregonoPopritkm Garden Club of Stuart will meet
Grow'" under the direction to III; the First MUhodiHt Church IIWe1 i n
I Mar del Plata Argen'fho I couple are making their Wednesday M.irch 4 at the conference -
of Mn. Robert Fcnton, will assist Palm Ikuh
( tini home in Stuart Her a hndil trip room al the Martin County .
, the 'senior club members hostesses \\SS rm.mrH.rt ire asked t n I o
is
. Traditionil nuptial music: was lo Montevideo Lrugiiiy Mrs. Kime t Public ibrary I Mix, Dmiel D.
Chirles Grecnlees dish towel 1 to the circl
Mn bring
I ts t a
t phvcd Mrs of Peterson will Ihe ,
Popritkm is a graduate present program
.
lo the April merlin
thin churman or
I hospitality : meetings
the Buenos Aires High Sehoolind on orchids and show slides Mrs
.....: .. .
: --- The public I Is again reminded il the XVSCSI
; Richard H IK
was a secreucnostaryiresa1beforehe u phi hostess
"" ,
WORLD S that the horticulture division is I he next meclmit will he hil 7111 A
VCr\il ol R Ruuq
t Lucalad On
> LARGEST ) open to all and it is hoped thit March 17 This will he a i covers il \
CtO marriage (here will be many exhibitor with The Saskatchewan !irovernmini t I dish luncheon a n II Ada ('iri.1wi'l !e NmentP. rtltuia Arita..IA' 5.A
.......
hiisbmd attended the
KI' IItUARltWAA Her same
\ cut flowers, annuals perennials has been using .1. ..h nllc,1,, siniii ii t r ,' he hostessL
I .a"I \ .W8h. }gjppl, ,t' graduated to derrls/ clcu I ,', i
? f. f"UnlY roses. hibiscus. or other muteri ilMn fool lo lak ii l lundesirahlti I -- -- -
riiuTv" ...... ... from Martin High' Sehool 7'Ar ArtistsrMeet"Every {
.tll'1u :: a It. M. J.t. R. C Johns n in charge of fihlef"re/ resloUfnj'I S. cunpnnies Invested' S f.1 Where:
He" the Stuart Department
paaaactawaea AT .3821 employed at them with fish million/ Belgium lust yellr .
game in
t this classification --
.._.._--...- Store '" I
I -=--- Reservations for the luncheon
I given in honor of the flower show
I WHAT ARE You /mdgcs must he made Immediately Tire has Tufsyn Rubber andNATION.WIDE"NO
It will he held at the Manatee Marina

! LOOKING FOR Salerno Yacht, al Club t 1:30: Restaurant p.m. Saturday, Port atI I I 1 I LIMIT GUARANTEE!

I Call M..... W C. Armor 'S7.2796.
Growth stocks? There are 42 stocks recommended for The doors will be open! to the END OF MONTH
possible growth in our latest "RF VIEW" Cyclical issues i ? public for he flower show at 2
stocks We pm. Saturday and Sunday, Feb.
You 11 find 38 the "REVIEW. Income recommend
in 29 and March 1 I. and will be open
22 Utility stocks? There are 33. until 9 p.m. Tickets. may he ob-

Altogether 135 Issues are listed along with brief, pertinent (tamed. from Mrs, Amslie Sawyer. : woomrrn SALE !
dividend 2K7 2109. or may I he purchased I S
data on each approximate price, indicated ,
at the door All proceeds are for :
current yield, earnings and price-earnings ratio. the benefit of the beautification: I

Our latest "REMEW" also includes informative reportson of Stuart I ALL TUBELESS ALL '3-T NYLONOur
BURLINGTON, CATERPILLAR TRACTOR and '

TEXTRON. A copy is yours for the asking W.C.T.U. Meeting I

..........-................................... i Held on TuesdayThe MiRJORIt: MIIS KIMF his r

Please send me your latest "Review". been awarded the George Wash
area meeting of the foci mgton Honor Medal for hei Popular
SNAddress daomen's Christian Temperance I 75
Name poem: The Founding Fathers
Union met In the First Methodist

City Mate\ Church of Stuart Tuesday, Feb Freedoms Foundation Valley NEWALLWEATHER $14
II I L Mrs. M. J. Maloney state
60013
.............................................. president. was in charge \Vashington Forge Pa.' has;Honor awarded Medal Ihe lo George M.rjorie -

HIRSCH & CO. Rev Durward Knight, pastor of ) Niles Kime (Mrs Robert
the Southern Methodist Church (lay Kime). Palm Beach for her
M.nb...t N... fat .,... lndwng. 0'. ,"'.. f.dton,.. --' gave a devotional talk. Mrs Doro- Founding Falhers
poem.
:
108 South Second Street, fort Tierce thy Coutant sang a solo accompanied Mrs KiYr;; well! known in Mar

RFSIOrYlS: Ot SIUIRTCUI. TOIIIRIFtAILN1IC by Mrs. Edna Coutant at i Ilin County 111E (.00s13 150511 1s0a14 100a1'SOa14 g00tiSFIOs1S 110513nllci
,
(IAIIIWuIherldalb/ ) ilOtla 11OalI
7-4100 the organ The Rev I. L, Stancilof
her
The in most
poem appears
Tropical Farms Baptist Church recent collection of verse. Hitter '14,15' 115,80' '18,30' '20,45' =22.20' '24,85'
:\I \I" OJFICFl 2S Broad Street, New York 4, N.Y. also sang those who sweet Brouide: In 1962 Mri

Among the program were Mrs participatedin I.. M. Kime won her first award from 'AH! pflets" plus tan and old Ui..

Listen 'lo d lily market news and avenges Skins. a visitor from England Freedoms foundation "for an epic
i:30-Station W IRV-1440 on YOUr dm) Mn. Evelyn Shepherd state secretary poem Patrick Henry, which was
"''hmo,. .ulin1M' N... leant rum Ii di .tai,,, now, lik.Wort_ of the Youth TemperanceCouncil I termed ml outstanding aspics'ment : I Our
loMM Pun. G M AmwN.m, ......A.r. Mn Harris M, Lowery ', hotter in understanding helping ,to bring of the about AmerIcan a- : rl ''

Sr. and Mrs W A Rutledge r
way of If e. 'lfiy$1895.

I She editor of the Bulletin of ,
the Florida Coalition of Patriotic I i -
I Societies is a member of the I
GOSPEL MEETINGCHURCH board of directors of the American
Coalition of Patriotic SocietiesShe

I, is also! a member of Ihc I: I SR[ sXt11 ( SOtlI 7511,14 1.10i16 1Wrl4 11 oil5
Daughter of the American Revolution z

OF CHRISTPALM Honor. the and Dames the Palm of Btach the Court Quills.of PI'CE 118.95' 810.15' '22.40' '25,15' '21,35' '30.20'

4.
1 AN prfcM" plus Ux and old the.
MunoDisr. ; ) 'JRctf. --
BEACH ROAD PLAN: lt.lI\G: 4 TrwMiUwjt Sthcdwi W New Runes Whtttwilli. All with Rtiltonsrtdi M.LIMIT' raiarsnls.1S,1ety

? off E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart Pnscilla Circle will meet 0 n ( A/W/ WWIrtHi )
i Tuesday. March 3 at 2 p m. at
the home of Mrs J. J. Richards: limit M mmthi/N/ limit M m ii/Kl/ Hnlt It to Didi/K/ Built as U ipit4/w/( the satire lift it tat Und


7:45: each evening Dyer Ada Drive Circle will meet at the I AU HC* COOOYIAII AUTO TIRES ARE OUARAKTttO r A G00m TIRE FAILS UNDf TIllS GUARANTEE any s etas ** M..000
nd diiltr Id United,( Stains' and Canada silt' miNi "*"!!*. III a Mew
home of Mrs. C. l L. Webber at tail dttKts In wwsinmsliiB mittrlils and CoMtytK "
Price
2 p.m. on Tuesday March J. i IWIIMI road hazards, except uptitrtlt punctures to bind on Of,glnil triad depth r.m""llIId' carnet GOO IM '

sr't, March 1st March I Joanna Circle will meet lues- weekly
thru 8th day March J al 9.30 a m. al the NO MONEY DOWN-A little ** $1.25

church and then will go in a group

A Cordial Welcome/ is I' to the home. of Mrs John Michaelson GO GOOOIiEAR

Extended All Mn Andrew Femra Sunset I GO
to
Estates will be hostess to Martha
rs Circle Tuesday March 3 it 2 p.m.

tt j, BROTHFR Penis Circle will meet Thun More People Ride On Goodyear Tires Than On Any Other Kind
: day March 5 at !9:30 i.m. at the
I home of Mn Andrew Pittman
JACK HILLIARD I! Jr. Osceola' Street AT 7-4243 GOODYEAR 257 OSCEOLAi I


SPEAKER It H estimated that a summer AT STUART fLA.
campaign against illiteracy in SERVICE STORE ,
Ethiopia in 1963 taught 80000
BENTOV, KENTUCKY people language to read. and write the native J JI


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THE STUART (Pa) NEWS Thursday February 27, 196 iHole-in-One I !

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Re-evaluation of Septic Tourney Set



:- Tanks Program Under Way Weekend\ ..aI

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:. Re-evaluation of the county Dr. Miller said his department The Hole.In-One Golf I bun.. n c \''
septic tank program i is under ay'. I I II giving the septic tank rules andregulations mcnt to benefit the Heart A''IOc'1' I it i\ I
Dr. Neil Miller, director of I the .1 detailed study and ation will he played in
Martin County Health Department will offer revisions and make urday and Sunday, Feb. 2S)-March I II ,"
reported in a letter to the County rccommcnd.tiow to the commit I, at the Martin. Counly Golf md I (.
Commission Tuesday. tion. if Iud are needed Country Club.Originally I
He Mid hw department it making scheduled last week ,
-' field trips and checking. po end the tournament was postponed '

'Spoil' Islands ..i"'eI1OlIItfons" $ of installation rcgutoliont one week because of had wcathcr I ,
'- Nineteen cluhs i in Palm Beach
Sought by County I The revaluation! of the scptctank and MinIm counties will pjrticipule '
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according to Carl A. Iischcr
n the aftcrmilh of
Lets try to gel I those spoil program M. president of the I tvva-counlv
I heated discussion at a prior ir-
a
:: 1 Islands in the Indian River for recreation Heart' Associilion
Commission meeting
tm Count\
: ROM \\ttham
purpose! Kolh amateur and professional
1 nindc andcharge
then accusation were
told the Marlinunl)' Commission -, leveled at Health lepart- golfers are eligible to enter If a.
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Tuesday. "The islands arc important .
makes holenone
registered player a
.. meat and building inspectors
not only I for recreation but during hi, normal courseof
'; also as breeding places for _iU I play, he will receive $200) in
fowl and fish" he uid SOlD RUU>ING golf equipment! from First I light
NFAR liRE: HVlt
;.: Commission Chairman Frank. (ompmy, who will also donate
\\cha told Witham the county) i AT JrNSIN! lIEU II SHIN( ) to the Heart Fund in I the
will continue III t efforts to obtain! The Martin County Commis pliyert: n..me.Stuart 1
': the islands for public use mon toll for removal I' frame
... The sand lands were createdIn hoiiH.' liaccm 1 to the Jensen )
:: the Indian River h) deepening Iknch \Ire Department t 10 C. ShufflersWin 34u ) !
of the Intracoastil V\alcrw) chunncl Smith 01 Jensen Heath .it ,i meetInc -

..: ot :he timnikwon 1 icsdiy Lose TieStuart t 5" ,,,
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Shufflers' won four out
YOU at the of five games at fort Pierce Tucs- :

d.iv in a postponed CHHH! Fellowship 'k I
FabulousAll league game The winning II I
Sluiirt teams were: ('. Moore and ,, ,s !
New I I. Kauwakl and F '"
; Ilirry Htlscy I. ,
fliM BUCK HDW1 ClUi Rum aid; D Rindhm und Helen. L.- .
Xilsey, and D. Fcndlcy and Bert 4

K 4\ MULYexcept Hillitry.
( Sirduj) In Imhin River Leigue play on
THRU APR. 22 Wednesday, Stuart lost 1 at home to
s', Fort Pierce, 82 only J. Planes
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)l ami Churlci Butt and M Mayer.
MAUN and Hilcy winning for Sluurt
E fTj Saturday 2 P.M Also on Wednesday at Stuart, .
I i Stu irt and South d.ite lied 2-2 in p ,. v ...
Admbthm 25c Good Fellowship pi ly. K. Trout \, *
}mI'aklngi and C. Moore and F. Smith and !&. : I a
c
E. Brutlston were Stuart winner*.
,. sw n v ,, :
Harry HiKcy D Fendley, E. ,_ ll.. ... _......... li
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Bulliss and! L. Rauwald were three Hermu--; ;;;:;
WttTONtaVRXMKENNEL game winners in Thursday club CONFERENCE; CHVMPIONS: Stuart Training School Lions closed their Moslcv Douglas McHardv and Ronnie Bryant; back row. led
CLUB play The club tournament ongin regular season this week as champions of the Southeast Florida Athletic Con- to right Hermin Mitchell limes IImillion I.onnie Powell Howard Porter il
.illy scheduled for Friday. Feb. ( onrad Patterson Jame- Bloomlicld H and Isaac
-- -- ference with an 8-1 I conference record. The players arc James McC urlY. !kneeling Cieory irris manager Lowe
21, sues postponed until Friday, front; kneeling left to right, John Turner Lemuel Dell Arthur Holloway. Charles J mm) Davis and Ch.ule' ROller were ,sot ivilahle lor the pieturc '
i Feb 28, and Saturday Round ,
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GO'LFNew Rohm Tuesday's was rained Golf out Stuart Training Netters Are Southeast ChampsStuart


Martin County Golf & Country ClubST. Winners Named .
Training Sehool 1 thit i Turner). and three other players 1 Moore Haven. game Friday !! -- --
LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right just before crossing In eighteen hole play among week won the Southeast Florida i I James McCarty Ronnie Bryant, I it 7. If they win again they lIIh'l
New Bridge to Beach nicnihcra of the Lady dolfcr Av Athletic Conference championship I Arthur Holloway) scheduled t 10 I play t h c tourney ..
I kociiition of M.irtin County Tucs for the first time In the history graduate I tame at H p.m. Saturday
COMPLETE Greens Fee day Olive Barth won low gross, .)f the school. The Lions only loss in the con- A defeat in the tournament will New
18-HOLE COURSE. $3.50 and J.me O'Kcllv. low net. Coach Cephas Gipson will take ference this year came at the I not albert their role as conference
.5 Over nine holes; Hazel Gleison his Lions into the conference tmrntment hands of Clewiston But their 1 ehampiop,. I
,, _. H.M.TIUC CARTS $6.00 tut 18 Hole* $4.00 for 9 Holt won low net and Dot. McGuire I against Boys School Fri. over-all record was not quite as "I I expect next ye.lr's varsity
low putts : day morning at Lincoln Park good, ending up with eleven wins team to he good," Coich (IIr"n 1 1964 Comet
MEMBERSHIP 'f' =, I Academy! Gymnasium at Fort and six losses sud "We have several good \boys I Mercury
: r.- )DKklRSON! COTROUI I Pierce in the role of favorite with The Lions lost two games to returning to build a team around.
:J MEMBERSHIP IMIIAIION, **:fc $Ilm.OIl {'ON; I RACI I IA an cicht.won, one.loss record. GIfford of Vero Beach, two games and all will he older and more expericnced .
SINGLE .MnHtSlIlP: ..... .. 80.00 contruet for $3720 waiawarded A 70( -38 victory over the Boys to Belle Glade, one gime to Cocoa, ." ,

DOUBLE MMIBrRMUP: / .... .. ... 100.00 r 4- to Diekerson Inc.. for 'School: and a 7751 win over and Final the Clcwi lon game the Southeast Among those returning are :
10 PLAY BOOKS ... 3o.Uo1fl- "- :"e leveling md resurfacing of 1,400 Pahokee Tuesday night cinchedthe Conference standings are as in follows: Stuart Herman Bl itch, Jimmy Davis, $1,995.00

= Zit PLAY BOORS .... ...... 55.00 P U. feet of North River Drive at a conference championship for Training School, Clewiston Paho James Hamilton Howard Porter I
30 PLAY BOOKS 75.00. meeting of the County Conums the Lions kee Moore Haven Naples, Okeechobee. and George Harr s.
= thou 1 uesdiy.Production. The game with Pihokee was Boys School, Immoka The girls team ended their season .
DRIVING RANGE AM COMPLHE GOLF SHOP probably the last game the Lions lee, and! Key West play in fourth place in the Model 202 2 Dr. Sedan with
MIXED DRINKS AM) LUNCHEONS of glass container will play in the pock. -marked, de- Coach G pson came in secondIn conference. The 1 conference ChlIll.1
in the U.S, this year' is expected to apiduted, open-air gymnasium: at the balloting for Conference pionship went to Immokalec, followed I Automatic Transmission I
BEN HARTIG PhONE/ climb 3 per cent to a record 176 .he Training i School If all goesis Coach of the Year He lost out by by Clewiston Okcechobce

PRO MANAGER 2S7 2274 90000O) gross units with a valueof expected, STS will premiere its two votes to Coach Burroughs of and STS. People have asked "Can do that?"
$1 I 010000000( ) ) ( ) 1964.63 varsity team In a new Clew isbn. In their final season gime. the us, you
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jymnasium at Carver Gardens STS will play as first confer girls defeated Pahokee 4424. Our Answer "YES, BUT! !"
I tchool that I is now under contract ence tourney game Friday morn Rose Solomon scoring 14 points!

SHERIFFS BOYS RANCH RECEIVES $$50.00r. The team has served notice to Ing against the Boys' School. 'I 1 Ihest are "Come on" prleis-No dealer wants to give can assay,
(ether conference members it will They be out for their Ihird win I If there are any philanthropists hi the automobile business I
'Se back next year looking for ahampionship over that club. If the Lions haven met one during! m) 25 years as an automobile sidesman.
with only t two defeat the Boys School they will 1 he ear In question k one thai dealers seldom in tlmk.

tarter (Conrad Putter-on, John _meet__the u __winner.._ of the Pahokec- Most people want healer radio; batk.lip lights.: carry and here In
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honda a tinted windshield is very welcome So we now have a

Riviera Beach Wins 86-64 $220000() Investment when you add WIles tax and license lag
Now, if you slill went to hm this car what will you do with your
present car* You tan trade il for less than wholesale, sell It yourself
For First Suncoast Title or keep il.


Riviera Beach beat Martin Couny Turkett! (0) 0 0 Here's My Suggestion
y here Friday, 86-!64, to win Total 39 8 86

:heir hampionship first Suncoist with. a 17-1 Conference I record SIUARI' ((64)) G F" l' WHY WORK? Stay here in Stuart and take the best trade

r. The Tigers finished in a tie for Duncan 1 3 9H.III you can get on the car of your choice. Finance .
Most of work
mast to
he 7 7 21 ui
cellar with Pihokee, 4-14.
Martin 2 3 7 provide our families ..ndOUTI.lv. with a local bank and enjoy the service -
The Tigers (ruled throughout, .. with horn.. food
Davis
3 I) 6
)JiiNcormg the Hornets only in the I ?Mathers (0 0 0 and other n.c..iti. But your local dealer and neighbor will
;econd quarter Skip. Hill with 21 1 .. what if your Income were give
Kilbournc 0 I 0 0 you
off dn
was the only home player to reach est following a -
.4 double figures. I Mittix 3 2 8 ablmg accident or nek
Sehommer: 4 I 9 ness? Call ui about f:tnaLife on'll/ Get Tile licit Deal
and The
The unbeaten Hornets B team Bow nun I 2 4 > Incom. Protection Best
beat MCHS 74-42. Muls 23 18 64 insurance Mototcars from

L RIV BEACH ((86)) G I- T Riviera Beach 25 20 21 I 20-86

Higgins Santiago I I 0 I 3 2 Stuart 12 21 13 18-64 R. Johnson JOAN & RALPH BATES

SUM 9 (0 I 18
Lee 7 3 17 Golfers Elect Ilrst Federal Building
: \Vhitmn 12 2 26 Af 7-3366
Garrett 3 0 6 1964 OfficersAt Realtor and Insurance Merkle
Motors
Frahn 0 2 2 the annual membership meet Inc.
Kern II 0 0Houldw'th ,
ing of Marlin (ounty Golf and
4 (1) 8 Country Club the following officers ATM CASUALTY
Gcnehi 2 0 4 ; .mlr Your Lincoln-Mercury( Dealer
Shown .K !Mr Joe Bulurdi, manager of Coral Garden lanes presenting Sheriff Roy Baker" a cheek for were elected tor 1964: *" sum TV. ctmrmiKWTFOaO.

$5000 fur the benefit tlI the !Sheriffs Boss Ranih. 1 I he funds were the proceeds: from the weekly -- President Fd H e.bee; vice president WCTICUt 305 N Colorado Avenue
Stuart
Dr. William
teenage! dame: on Simula In Ibe Spare R'otlm.j HNU; STANDINGS Rohson; seeretiry -. .
Joseph Greenlecs, and treas.urer
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Don O'Kelly
\\IIn Lost Pet The following directors were
j I Riviera I 17 I .944 elected: Ralph Dine. Fd Gleason
KING OF THE LANES TV SHOWS Film Beach I 11 2 .889Seaerest Bob Williams. Cal O'Bncn, Bill CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.
14 4 .778 Todt Charles Zihlman and Wil
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EVERY FRIDAY EVENING AT 5:45: PLEASURE"
I lake Worth 6 12 .333 ---
Fort Pierce < 12 .333 Ro1 _ Authorized .. ,
> .1 i i\ih century I .1JOIL"SON
I lO\V] ,, the Channel Show will be Tony Glenn! Belle GlaM 6 12 .333 man scholar was among the first ;. CHRIS-CRAFT
Vero Beach 1 I 13 278 to introduce Cultivaliors I of learning I 4 .
i TO MEN OR WOMEN BOWLERS Stuart 4 14 .222 into the common life of a : \ 'SEA SKIFF, .'P,
Pihokee 4 14 .222 monastery .. '
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RF.DFFMER: LUTIIFRVN' FIRST BVPTbT FIRST crruiirn OP CHRIST I _Tin snRT (T1oriJaFW'S Thiirsdnv. F,'bnim 27 19(54( !f.A
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Stuart
Lenten services at Redeemer I East Ocean Blvd., Stuart
The Sunday school council meeting
:
Lutheran Church tart Ocean
Sunday morning service at II.
Boulevard, Stuart will be at 7:30 I and covered dish supper will Lesson. .sermon subject: MarchI :
p Wednesday. Pastor Sihoechot : be held m the church basement I : Christ Jesus d \,. ... ,

West t Palm Beach will continue I \\ednesdjx tuning at <>. The youth Sunday) school l, 11 am Nursery 5i, f .. ,
:
the series "Who Am I P" in this I choir will rehearse at 7:10 this i prOSldtllWednesday\ }' .: ; "
I Testimonial meeting, .
I enten service I week to get ready for the State .
Bible class and Sunday schoolis ( Church Music Festival The regtclar 8 p.m. : r
I Reading Room: 282 FtngJcr Avenue \ ,
_ruut s: "'"' : Monday through Friday '
9:15.: I Worship service Sunday! i.It is be held in the church sanctuary at i-' (
4 10 '
7:10, followed it 8:15: by the chancel am pm; Saturdays a.m.
'Brainwashing and You' Is 10: Ml) a.m.ith communion I 12. Ul\ r 111.Chmtmn.
Pastor Schroeder will preach the choir rche"irsul, Science radio program
third sermon in the series, 'The Mrs (.. I KknliiU will K "The Bible, Speaks to You" mat
Film Title of the Cross hostess to the JOY Sun das
Thursday NightEdward Signs I he heard over WSH Stuart i+w I ivS
Sunday morning at 9:30: "ThisIs school class Thursday! evening 011 t 14V() kc. at 1:15: I pm Mondays
Hunterfilm.. "Brainwashing Security Subcommittee of the the Life," the Lutheran TV program 745: The Friendship Sundav 'Topic liar \March .' Who Di
and You" will be shownat House for his excellent testimonyon onPI fV Channel 5, will I I I school class will meet at 7:45 p,m. You 1 Ihmk About 1'ourseli'
present a striking lesson in Christian ThiirsduN the place of the meet
Salerno Southern Methodist
the Ko-
Port brainwashing during -- -- -
I family togetherness, entitled'i ing will be ,inntninccd
Church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday rean War '
Feb. 27. "The Walls." The Stale Church Musical Festival Nominate CombsAs
The public invited. Admission
is
Hunter who begun his journalistic free. "Love Without Pride" will be I I will be held Friday and Sat..
i career in 1927 is an authority is Dr. Oswald Hoffman topic, on I unl,i\ at the Norlhwood! B,iptist
Church in Wet,, Palm Beach. Chairman of
the Lutheran Hour SundaY
on the Asian scene and recent I JEI1O> \\\IFNLSStS I evening
power.plays by Red China make Kingdom Hull, Britt Road over station WSTU at 7:35: on the I I Sunday morning at both t the
hit film even more timely. Lutheran Radio Hour worship services. ('h iplam[ JohnN Committee of 100
Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Theocratic I Hudson will "The
He served both at reporter and There is room for several more speak. on
editorial writer on the Tokyo Ad Ministry School; 830: pint? service people to join the group which I Light of the World. At the evening 1 es (omhs. WSTU radii, station
Theme
vertiser and the Hankow Herald, meeting : Teaehmg will attend the Passion Play ut I worship ,en Ice at 745: the
and was on top of the newt-and Others the Priestly "Duties of the !take Wales on Sundiy April 5. topic; of his message will be "Hmclranee owner, was nominated is chairman
the interpretation of it-prior to General Priesthood i Members and friends of R-iKrn I To Prayer," This week ol. the Committee 01 1 I KX( at
World War II. Sunday, 6 p.m, public discourseby er are invited' and the admission March I 1-8 i is Week of Pra\cr for a breikfist meeting of (the steering
the Internal W. McCloy Theme: "Relief : less when Home Missions, During this, week r
He was praised by From Tension price is attending in a committee Tucsd,ly. Thi nom
in a Troubled the special Annie Armstrong offering
-- World" 7:15: pm, Bible, study i group. for Home Missions will betaken mating committee was headed bv
class
Pastor Sehroeder Bible
with aid of Watchtower. Theme: will Evans; Crary Sr
ALL SUMS' EPISCOPAL SI' cl,1 services
I II i held evening ut prayer
is every Tuesday
Why Gods Field Will Be Productive R. Pliilhnik, exeeiitiu director
Jensen Beach 7\0: ) in the church. hi held during.lhe week under the
I leudeiship ol the Womiins Mis, gave a I in.mclal report which showed J.J.'i'U
Thursday Fen. 27: 10 am, Monday, 7:10( p.m? Bible Church is open every diy for sienary Soviets a hilmce of $ ,612 is ol Mon
Holy Communion I Intention : Theme: "Turning Back tudY'1 meditation and prayer afternoon Girls' diy fch ;24Chairmm! R \\ ( J. MOLTKiccoiiel'( from right gu "> speaker ul the dinner V_ 1 '' the Rcpublieam -
"Greater Devotion to the Worship the N,imc." Monday und the Sunhc.lI11ill t the Hcnrv I, Kindred \\onicii' i lub of \Martin t Hints lame' li V .awn. left iresuleni, : >'
of Almighty God." 8 p.m., adult Assemble at kingdom Hall for INDUS RI\ FR meet Auxiliary ut the ehurch At 7 asked each member ot the slier \Mirlm ( ount\ Mrs"' Ole AlmcgorJ candidate' torl..'run ounl Supervise ,II> 1 Re :isi '11 hd Mrs.

study group participation I infield ,ministry: UMIRIN I :"\ IHHmMIU"! Mondiy evening! John leilc will ing committee to bring in five I John W HIISXV, president ol the RCl'uhhcnl'll1en ( lul The dinner was hM at Slum sunrise Inn
Friday, Feb. 28: 6 a.m.. Holy Saturday and Sunday, 9:15: am.CONGREGATIONL Meetings! every Sunday evening he- host to the Hens Brotherhoodfor members "HO we em wind up our I II Feb 18False

Communion Communion Intention, (he: Departed"Requiem" : :"\ at 7:10 at! (the community center, a covered dish supper| in the I CJM"membership drive in thirty __n_ _____ .. .._--_ --- --- ---- .. -- -----
Holy 742:! Drive, Fort Pierce church bisemenl da>
Light breakfast follows The Bible, Union Church last Beaeh Seaway Dr. William J. Arms is The cherub :and eirol choirs will sHe also reminded! the me m Inn Alarm at unteer lire IKpirtment I lid, no iihrni hud !hem turned
Third Sunday in Lent, March Ninth Street, Palm City will convene minister Sunday! school at 10 urn, rehearse at I lit) p m luesdiv I heWoman's that "our objective is not 1 only to Martin Memoihil, in, and no alirm bells: sounded
1: 7:30: a.m? Holy Communion; church school at 9:45 a.m. mdustn but, most Martin l Hospital I .llIlh"r'I
9 a.m.. Family Communion; II Judson Minear is lupenntcndent On March I Dr Arms subject Mission' S "> C i let t \ light attractive shortly hetore I noon I / at the hospit, but a defect c t tact I
hut
a.m.. Holy Communion and sermon Morning worship Is at I II I o'clock. will be Thomas leffcrson Where. monthly: will busmes he held,i n'l d l 7 programmeeting 10 I:m I Ir mpoitantly{ Macon anything C oun( without hcll"Ile'cl.I' The mining ot in ,il irm hell ,i div runAccording wiring hid 'set off the alarm
Is Home followed U p :
There will be brief meditation by liberty Is There Sly the church h, it at the firehouse sent; Slum: ;: I Vol to hospit lit the I" house,
Monday. March 2: 10am.. Martin the pastor, Rev. Lawric J. Sharp fellowship. discussion- ue"I.101 inning
County Ministerial meeting at and the administration of Holy -- -
All Saints. Regularly scheduled Communion I
meeting this' date cancelled; Sunday evening at 6 o'clock felowship .
will: held next week, for junior and senior highboys !
Regular Tuesday and Thursday and girls will be held. they
Holy I Communion services will discuss Easter symbols and
cancelled this week as Fr. Feasteris their meaning Mrs lta Williams
at Camp Wmgmann. and Mrs Maydclle Moore are e D aa
Tuesday, March 3: 8 pm., St sponsors
Ann's Guild mectig. Wednesday morning at 10 I lenten TH
Wednesday, March 4: ECW Bible class conducted by the
Spring Dciincrv meeting, Bethcs- pastor convenes It is open to all.
da-by-the-Sea Palm Beach; registration Following the class, the Wornns -
9:30: a.mST. Fellowship will meet There
will be a covered dish luncheon at
!M\RYS EPISCOPAL noon and guest speaker will be

Thursday Feb. 27: 9am.. Holy Mrs G. Harold Martin, state president -

Eucharist; 9:30: a.m., netting servIce of the Women Fellowshipof
; 10 a.m., Altar Guild meet- the United Church of Christ
ign; 6:30: pm., Men'i Club meeting Wednesday evening March 4:
i Monthly meeting of the hoard of
Girls'Friendly trustees of the church at 7:30: Fair AlA
I 1 Friday Society.Feb 28: 3 pm. day Choir evening rehearsal at 7. will be on Hi Martin County Grounds-Hwy

Saturday Feb. 29: 10am. junior ,

I I choir, II am, children con- RIO luFlIM
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irmatwnctas, --- '
Sunday, March I, Theological The Sunday school worker
Sunday: 7:30 am. Holy Eucharist monthly meeting will !he held on
; 9:15: a.mn Family Eucharist t Wednesday. at 7pm The prayer
and Sunday school; II am. Holy and Bible study hour is at 7:45: TN
Eucharist and sermon guest Church choir practice is at 8:30:
I retired under the direction of Mrs. Gay
Conklmg
preacher, Bishop I
White ide.
bishop of Chicago.
March 2 through March 5, the The monthly meeting of the MARCH 9TH
rector will be on retreat at Camp Woman Missionary Union will
a Wmgmann he held Thursday, 730: pm. at THROUGH
I the church
Wednesday March 4: 9:30: a.m..
Spring Deanery meeting of the Sunday school begins at 9:45a
,, Episcopal Churchwomen at Bethesda .m., with a class of Bible study I
by-the Sea, Palm I Beach; for everyone. The morning worship -
I Holy Eucharist i at 10 a m. and service i is at I II J. Training
luncheon after the meeting. Reservations ion begins at 6:30: pint The vn'l
I for the lunch should be ning worship service is at 7:45:
made with Mrs Edwin Rollison! nursery is provided for infants
I during all of the services I ?
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by Feb Mrs Grace Blair, president of R/GNrTHIS KS

ST. JOSEPII CHURCH the Woman's Missionary Union, A6
I announced plans' for the ladies to
I Sunday Masses: 7, 9 and II participate m the Week of Prayerfor I
I a.m.; weekday masses: Monday Home Missions, March 2 to 6. : \
through Friday, 8:30: am.; Wednesday
6 p.m., and Saturday, 7:30: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: SIG DAYS
am Pine Lake Drive I
after
Miraculous Medal Novena
Sunday, March I: 9 sm. worship -
6 p.m. Mass on Wednesday service: 10 a.m.. church school !
Stations of the Cross, Friday, (cl,isscs for all ages); Ham.. worship ADMI
2:30: p.m. and 7:30: p.m. service; 6 p.m., young people
Sundayfor
Sunday is Communion '
and 7:30 ,
i fellowship; : p m?
members of 1 the St Joseph
deacon meeting at the church
Guild and all women of the par
Circle I will meet on Tuesday.
I hh. March 3. at 2:30: p.m. at the ,
f Monday at t 12:! noon there will church. 1 he hostesses will be Mrs Ad
be a luncheon and meeting of the and Miss
Dorothy Woollcy Mary
St Joseph Guild at the Outrigger. Bacon

A two-week mission will begin Circle 4 will meet on Tuesday,
Children
March 8. The first week will be March 3, at 9:30: a.m. at the homeof
for the women The Very Rev Mrs J. E Book, Ocean Breeze OF FUN
Father James P Clune, rector of Park,
Fathers Sacred
the Redemptorist Mrs. M R. Trimmer has been
Heart Mission House> New Smyrna .
Beach will conduct the missionNOTICE presented to the an Commission honorary membership on Ecumenical

Mission and Relations by
the Women's Association This f

membership was presented to Mrs.
Trimmer because of the many ,
years of loyalty love, faithful service
and the many hours she has _
OUR HOME spent sewing for the different projects .
of the Women Association! \

OWNERS'POLICIES FIRST METHODIST: DOLTa
'
Stuart
HAVE Wednesday, Feb 26: Chancel
choir rehearsal EXHIBITS AND

Thursday Feb. 27: Methodistmen '
NODEDUCTIBLE 't supper at 6:30 p,m. Police "
Chief Jesse Taylor will be 1 the

I speaker.Friday Feb. 28: Junior choir $ the ,= +

reheasal 1 begins at 3:30: p,m. M1$ MIDWAY OPENEXHIBITS"

NOT EVENWINDSTORM cry Saturday Member Feb Visitation 29: District Workshop"at "Ev. ,

Riviera Beach, at the First
Methodist Church, The meetingwill
(with Small Extra Premium) last .m.
Sunday, Marc I: Worship service !
WANT TO KNOW MORE will be held at 8:45 a.m, with 1 P.M. 'til 11 P.M.

CALL NOW another at II *.m., with the pastor
Rev, Walter D Jessup, deliv.
AT 7.3262 Bring the messages. Church school
will be held at 10 I.m. The junior
and senior MYF groups will meet
in the church basement at 6:30:

ReardonINSURANCE p.m.
I Monday, Much 2: Men's prayer
group meets at 7 am Ass'n.
AGENCY Tuesday March 3: Joanna Circle -y Martin County Fair
I will meet at 9:30: a.m: Adah -
KftUEGER BLOCK. STUART Circle, Martha Circle and Pns-
cilIa: Circle will meet at 2 p.m. ;

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6 A TITC STU.IRT ((11x,) NIWS Thursday, February' 21, 1964n.t Trailer owners :it the World! Tor Christ Sidle Board of Health She said \\DSPRIT: PARK
I Owners Crusade Inc.. camp when told the group is .oomrxweo of rmasion- TOOK IN $2601
I the Martin County Commission l aries that hive no church but I'I'l Since Labor Day Sandsprit Park
Are Shocked by will lake stops to remove the trailers travel among the underprivileged at Port Salerno has taken in a to
from Residence zoned
a urea .
'and migrant people to Uke the for
I near Hone Sound. lalf 52.601.81( camp pnvileges
/r i I
County's ActionI of God."hlissionanm I
message .. Commissioner Jack
Mrs William Sltlpstra. wife: otdlnwr County
: i do not hive mon I
the of the reliyiouit group to the County -
: : Siimelcrson reported
I xpressions, of shock and dos, .. I reported the organization has per- cv :to buy expensive and late model '
1I. mat were registered hy trade mils for eight trailers from the trailers the noted Commission Tuesday-
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til\IRMFN: : of the Spring Festival to be held by the Garden Ray Fnel Middle row, Mrs. Pickett Warren Mrs. John W. Husscy. I IJIlI', of 3
Club! of Stuart March 21 at Kintiale met with Mr Patricia Kiernan Mrs. Robert Kosltr. Mn. Wesley Fos, Mrs. W. ( Armor. Back Scaled beam units for 2 and Package
I Wednesday. Feb !19 to make plan for the festival. I left to right row Mrs L. A Arbogast Mrs. Warren Corliss Mrs. Roland iI
front row Mrs Hugh Willoughhy, Mrs ThonanTThurlow, Mrs Merrell, Mrs George Perkins, and Mrs Am(>lie I a"'yer. 4 unit systems. 6 or 12 volt! .

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SIXTY BLUIHSI! ARF I days, Charles Kindred). president|I act until I April 15;' Iw said. Com III
I TAGGED; IN 10 DAYS 1 of the !Izank Walton chapter; | told :I rncrci...il fishermen have also offer. Main Buildings
Some sixty bluefish were tagged The Stuart News We will keep I cd to help. Kindled declared
by anglers here In the past 1 ten co-operating on this research proi Exhibit SpaceAt

Fair 'Sold' /

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All exhibit spice m the at $1.99
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nsnNl ansor : J4 So 4lh Street Phone HO 1ISI77KORT L. M Johnson. secretary
PURCF Martin County Fair Association
pNNKUrN- l told the board at its meeting Mon I Crystal Cut Class Effect
thy evening. Feb 24. However RIBBED CAR MAT
EXECUTIVE LOW PROFILEOR there: is still space available: m the '

GILLETTE MUITI-MIIE MARK I ant. WASTE BASKETSAn
There will be a dog show Situr. I'
diy March. 14 during the fair,
YOUR CHOICES TYREX OR 100% DuPONT NYLON ,':'!',".',? which i in scheduled for March y
''' tP 9.14. An all around safely protective
4 FULL PLY ei NOT 2 PlY lei.,., ;::,., 1It.-t. : =1. mat with dozens of uses Ideal ,
NEW 0 NOT indl NOT OHANBEOVERS clear crystal waste basketwith
IN WRITING TO WEAR : IIKINC.S SIO\F ('R \11'\' I for car kitchen, bath, utility a decorators loueh of
lit LINE, ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
10 MVRINe: LAB m.RENine room, workshop, etc. elegancy! Ixtoki for all the v ,

QUALITY TIRES '30 MONTHS J.J..rUIIII more stone crib. were elo- I .S world like fine cut crystal $s !
.PlUI road fliiird tusranttt iilnst cuts, breaks, coned to the House of Refuge marine + sv r but has all the durability of ,vim s
tto Commercial us*' and misaliinmint 25,000 MILES 'I
field
laboratory Monday eve. plastic Add sp:irklinR beauty -
.onciptid ill tin adjustments on pro ratad. ,lor(menfhrmdeeba.danails rung. RossVilhim reported W tham to room
price provnUnf any
I L:Ir?rJVI\rlol .it' : :irTUBILISS/ lpllwrwwel:.{IndISiJ00: who i is in charge of the joint.
TUBITYPI640650x15 research project into spiny lobsters Assorted
and stone crabs, reported that

.....1..u.>.nc.-... 1080 1 640/650.11'....... ..."- 1285 N.secured E. Ci ill the igher crabs of Tarpon at [ Everglades Springs Colors ,

2250 2680 lily. Gallagher is interested i in
2 whether it i it possible to raise atone :' Compare mI
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WHHIWAL1I $3 Pam Till IXTM
Pharmacy. Ridge Sole Shoes
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Wheel Alignment NO MONEY DOWN you had been trading and the
quantities! you have been buying
Sturdy scuff arid' water resistant Dura
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ADJUST CAMBIR 125 .+a I to answer questions most often ,
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telal.nate ""'" p .- wratlawlOBITUARIES I TIIT.. STUART (TTorMa) 1STJWS TbttnJay, r 4in 9ry 27 1964 7'.ir
\ Mixed Media Exhibit
Painting "" ..'' '. -.. .. .
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MartSince MRS. IMMUNE .... : : .' t ...., ," "t'rf". v
By Marguerite Dus ton at ADLI: INF: : UEJPJRfI ""r." ." $'

i Mrs ( athens' Adeline D.iven- ..\ : .",' :,w ;' "i,

.Jpoit. cighl\) lour a re'sidcnt of
the An Mart of Rio inauguratcd I .. .' ..
River Drive !Nursing Home' Jensen .. j
a series of one'man art I I '. ...i', .
Beach lied lucsdiy, Fch. 18 .J II 1: ,K '" iT. n tf.Z11
exhibits two years ago widespread following' m extended! illness. She ." .::s"x." t 1a cm' "

interest has developed in t the was .i member ol 1 Si Ignatius Catholic : : :: ':t : s'' ;

Martin CoUnl) area, according to Church ol Si I Ignaee.>> Mich., : : ': r ra
and a number of the Woodmen .'fi\\ ,
ti'It.f .
Joe Kellehcr. studio ,
proprietor of the \\ orl.! \ii\iliuo : '
The current colorful exhibit by) She is sur\i\cd by two daughters : ..: ,
Marguerite Pu ton is made up of : Mrs I John: : I cah>' of Port $ ilerno i- 'f\", ,"' :'3 "iQ ', .,
an unusual vanity of subject matcnal I and 'IrL L Donald Frantz of ,;'i '

!. A new style) and method of II St Igniee! two brothers Clifford ,. I. .. : .{.,,:...t.",
painting arc revealed in her exhibat and AlKrl Divcnport of St. !Ig- > [It( _L .
at the Mart, where approximate II I nice: seven I1rlIhkhillreland .,. : '

ly forty pieces of her work are i five a greilgnndehilelren: .Oy'l.J"; ." ,
now being dhrl.l'el. '1 he show is I Funeral smiccs mJ burial were n as s

open to the public Monday through I .held in St Igniee with Johns Ftjiijcnl 4r

Saturday. 9 u.m to 5:30,: p.m. Home in charge; of local ar ,

The artist has brought to this : rangementsBhNJVMIN.
area a relatively new method in
the mechanics of painting, knownas ,. : / IRtNkllNIMIIII \; :
'mixed media painting which ; I IPS

may be applied to the abstract or 1'7'' Benjamin Franklin 1 Phillips! sex I
realistic 'I}Ie. though in most cases L en-five! u resident :ol 124 Sl; f rr
the abstract 1tl'le prevails \ :,> j tIlde Crescent died at his 'home sM'fv ;+ f a

The materials used: are quite Stiruhy! Feb 21. after an extend
common to our cver>'div life and ,.,; cd illness He was ,i native of
,hat of an artist: oil paints. tissue -JtI" Wales and hid been resident

construction r : toothpicks: wax paper MRS.' MiRf.ltRIIF: DUSION, artist ot 'Jensen: Beach.hihil. here for the past ten scan. He
; piper and,of courseartists I : ing at the Art Man in Rio. has named hose runnings. Tools," I was a member of Hiram lodge a (fT
; canvas ''ternal. Tn ingle and "('onntrv Sunrise:' I it AM and Keystone ('onsistorv
The different effects which the I of Scranton Pi He was .1 i mem.
artist wishes to convey may he -- hef of the (ongrvgilionil Churchof

achieved by tearing away a pieceof ScrunlonHe .
the tissue paper or placing toothpicks 'Land That I Love' ThemeOf I is survived by his wife Helen

on canvas-all of these com P. Phillips of Stuart: one brother
bined with oil punts. John Phillips of( Irvingion N 1.. I
Mrs Duston studied the "mixed Audubon Screen Tour one sister Mrs. Anna Owens of

media" M t\lc' under Sister Toma- Dancsvillc, Pa : two nieces! and one '

sito of Cardinal Stritch Collegein I The third Audubon screen tour nephew
Milwaukee \Vis She has also Private services were held in F ,
I of the season! will be given hy 1 .1
studied. under Aaron Boh rod and I Johns Funeral Home Chapel on ._ ..... 4. 1 1I
I John E. Taft of Camarillo, Calif. I --- -- .. -' .. ... -- ....
Earl Gessert, both of Wisconsin Wednesday ut 2 pm with Rev
at the Woman's Club auditorium
Mrs Duston' her husband Ed- I at 8 March 3. Waller Jcssup! of first lilt CROWD I was 'just unbelievable at Sunday afternoon ed were some 4.(MID more a local of i II t IKK) people w?.Llnnj the
Tuesday
p.m. : :;reh" rr Cirelc-T Rodeo Picked into the old stands above ImliinlowniklSouth show I
air, and family. live in Jensen I I Methodist i Stuart. officiating were some:
IIeI ill
Beach. narrate t the powerful 7.(11111( ) spectators Across: the way in new stands; recently construct: :
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I film story which he and Ehen McMillan _
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-.wI produced to stimulate iiiRKiiui'usr BUJIR: .' '", ,.;..1. i, .' ".. ., f" '" .. interest in conservation : "
Holiday Trailer Entitled "J and That I Love." I Herbert August Bauer I eighty, a .- .. .. "." ., ;
resident of N. Y., and '" "
the film was produced ut the Nyack, a : '
McMillin Ranch at Shandon in winter resident of Stuart, died I ., ilVt, -! '" F ',1xc5 '" ".. .A,. .,, M+rx' ,M' t >r'aNRt. t .."\.... 91 ,."A9s( ,i :.'inY:
P i .,
Park News NotesBy Central California McMillans Saturday.. Fib 22. tiller a brief ,. ,a.. .. _.. ; : 1 .
illness He member of the .
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knowledge of wildlife and its habitat was a '
M\RGE CAR\I\N on the ranch coupled with I Knights of Pythias and the Grace : .

rwJ'7<, ." .. ;<. a Taft's skill in photography, resulted Episcopal: Church of Nyack. '
in an unusual wildlife picture. I He is survived hy his wife Isabelle -
Mr and Mrs. George O'loughlin Tuft is conservation chairmanfor S. Bauer of Nyuck, one

of Worcester Mass, vacationing his local chapter of the Sierra I granddaughter; two greatgrand
in Miami, drove up to see Mr. Club and i is devoting his lite to children; one sister Mrs Perry
and Mrs. J. Ruppcls a week ago conservation work. Tremper of New York City. Ir 1 B sA
Sunday There will be a matinee of the Funeral service and burial will 9v 11NY1r !
be in Nyack with Johns Funeral
"Shandon
Hills" film for
students Jea. 1t
Mr and Mrs Herbert Letts of
the Home in charge of local arrange. M
Winter Haven of at high school auditorium at JOHN F. TAFT A
formerly Bridge- mcnt. M1 A k
F
2:15 March 1.
ton, N J. were guests of Mr und : pm/ Yl1w4i,( .Y+f U,
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Mrs. Claude I ; Hiles last week !MRS VII.M\ 1I\RIY

1-Adult Courses Schedule Given (/YIKKO.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I Lore of
Newport N. J., visited with Mr. Mrs Vilma Hardy Czverko,
and Mrs Frank Fox during the eighty-four, a resident of nl 10()
past week. I For New School by Coordinator Camden Avenue, Stuart died Saturday
Fib 22 at her home alter
Mrs Clifford Campbell has a lengthy illness A native of'
E B. coordinator of .
Hojlon) Tuesday nights English and social
been quite ill with i the flu, but I Hungary she came to the UnitedStates
udulf! education, has announced : studies review courses for high
we are pleased' to report she j is in 1901) and hud been a
that the following courses II ill heat school 1. art
| diplomas typing) cer
now feeling much better resident of this area for the punt t r
the new high school: amics and Spanish I

Mr. and Mrs Harold Stone of I II Thursday nights bookkeepingand I fittv-two She ;is survived jciirs by three daughters

Binghamton, N. Y., friends of Mr. {I Albert Gryder Spanish, II. ; Mrs Margaret! ,Kelley" ot
and Mrs Claude Sweet have rented Subjects to he taught at the old Cleveland, Ohio Miss Rose Over
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a trailer in the park; and l will Training for high school, now junior high in ko and Mrs. Helen Taylor, both
reside here for about month Stuart. arc: Tuesday nights, french
a Polaris Subs of Stuart; and two grandchildren -
I: und art, water and oils Wcdncs-

man and Mr Mr journeyed and and Mrs Mrs.to Charles Cape F. W Canaveral Benson Car completed Albert Gryder a twenty-day, MTSN leave, has with just diy courses nights nights, science for, high French and school II ninth; ;diplomas Thursday review. Johns urn-nil at Funeral 2 p.m.services Home with were Chapel Rev.held I luwric Tuesday in. Hyacinth War : 11,000 at Circle-T Rodeo Sunday I

with his Mr and Mrs Rufus i Sharp, pastor of the Bible Union
City last Thursday to visit parents Courses at Stuart l Training Report Is MadeDuring
the Carman's son, Everett. School Hobe Sound Elementary Congregational Church of Palm ;i A cold, bright day, warming in be thrown mid calves that put on on the last row
City officiating Burial was in the uflcrnmm, brought un lI'IUIlIlI-1 runaway shows in the calf-roping Despite that Indian-
Dun Port Salerno ,
Mrs Ann Paule son, Peter, of Carver ar. Garden Warfield Elementary Elementary Fern Hill Cemetery. a six-month' period from ed 'standing, room only" crowd of I IIIfllIO cont \h.lere features of both town I hellolfy closed!, :there

Rumson. N. J.. visited with her' and Booker Park will July I through Dec 31, L 96.t, the ) to the CircleT Rodeo'sSunday I performances, us were two lowcomedy wits congested: traffic for an hour
last week, but has now returned schedule MRS. MiY AIJSIT COOK hyacinth control division of the performance' rodeo clowns, ('There are prior and 'nfter Sunday show
the
continue same :
home, on Mrs May Adsit Cook seventy dame and Fresh Water Fish ('onl'mi"ion And: that was a good no hlyn-comcdy: rodeo I clowns') A Smart ones who heal the traffic(
as in the first semester.Republican five, a resident of Sixth Street, affected a kill of approximately I I because the stands were Ihil1l1-1 chiimpion baton (twirler exhibition flew in In some fifty light planes.
visited with old --
Joe Mueller an I I I'iilm tin Memorial 10,274 acres of hyacinths unoccupied on the cold!, was a feature of both show Again, the '64 rodeo proved itself .
Rohus of Orlando, HospitalThursday
friend, John I Fch 20, and other noxious vegetation I Saturday afternoon of the t (i. c. 'I roull, impresario tif the a great crowd puller. Nine out
for two days last week I I in after a brief illness. A native of According to a report released formance Rodeo! Howl hcumc'd Sunday us of ten license plies noted were

Mr, and Mrs. R. M Knoop of s el t Horncll, N. Y, she had lived here by V. W Myers, assistant I chief !Bucking broncos, belligerent he saw 4.(0)(<))0 iiddilionul !seals, built front other counties in the stale! .
Hendersonville, N. C. touring 1 l !I Congress RaceJohn for the past four months of the commission's: hyacinth' control -I bulls, steers that did not want to This seamier, full lo t the lust 1 seal und there were many tourist plates.LOCAL .
Florida, stopped by to visit with She i is survived by two sons: divisions, eleven control crews
Mr and Mrs. J. Buckles on Sun. Charles Adsit of Rochester, N Y. operating I airhoats I and one air
day afternoon. D. Steele mayor of H.il- and Harry B. Adsit of farming- plane crew, treated 101( bodies of;
I landale has announced his dale, N. Y.: one daughter, Mrs water located in thirty-one counties
Mr and Mrs. C I indeman and I dacy as I a Republican for cundi'l Susan Krauss of Palm City; and The spraying operation required

their guests Mr. and !Mrs G. I House of Representatives, Sixth, | six J grandchildren 5,097 gallons of chemicals:
Oglcsby,toured Florida to Key West I Congressional District Funeral services were held in which i is mixed at a ratio of one
last week and visited ith friends A native of Kentucky, he is for I Johns Funeral Home Chapel on gallon of chemical 1 to KM( gallonsof

along the way. ,,_- ".-. ._.- v Monday lit0\ am with Rev. W. water or other carrier fluid,
R. Rowe, rector of St Mary's Fpis- Slyer said, in addition to the '
i iy I 'f ,,sot r' '
Mrs Lee Harper of Tfrv
Mr. and II
I copal Church of Stuurt, officiating spraying operation\ the hyacinth
Indianapolis InJ. staying at the .
control crews spent approximately p.r i. ir
for three day
Rancho Grande 725 hours assisting other fish management h
and Mr. and Mrs. William Mc. SIRS SIRAII "'. SPA VEN projects, 4SO hours removing
Kinley of Wilmington Dcla? guests y Mrs Sarah F. Spaven, seventytwo obstructions from rivers
III the Pelican Hotel for a week a resident of Pine View Trailer and waterways, and 285 hours
visited with Mr and Mrs. Les $ Court Fort Pierce, died in Mar. cutting trails with underwater weed 15'J"s 'wly,1St

TomyLinlhile in Stuart Mrs'l' ALBERT GRYOFR tin Memorial Hospital Thursday cutters Personnel of the hyacinth !
McKinley;: is a sister of Mr. Feh 20 She was a native of West control division also spent approximately
kins. Gryder of Stuurt. Young Gryderwas moreland, N. Y, and had been ) days assist l
f a I960 graduate of Martin a resident of Fort Pierce since log '12il.wlr officer. n'
Mr and Mrs. G Jensen' of Bay County High School and entered in .
1963
May
ville Y vacationing in Fort I enforcing the game lawn during
N.
the August of 1962.
Pierce, called on Mrs. Emily i I He Navy completed in boot training in She is survived by three niph- lhp| early: <|ayt of the bunting! season :
own of Westmoreland and three '

and Cheshire Mrs., Bertha Mrs. Martha SchnabcJ Peckham Sunday San Diego"A' School, Calif?in Missile Vallejo l ,Technician Calif: -, nieces of Pittsburgh, Pa. | The North Fork of the St U-| _
Funeral burial
services and were I cie River was among the stream
afternoon
and Submarine' School in Groton, held in Rome, N. Y. Johns Fun which were treated
The Martin Park Shuffleboard Conn He has been qualifying eral Home was in charge: of local rw

Players and. the Holiday Park aboard the USS Amberjack for arrangements. HOBBY SIIOW A'r s .1 + R
four months. e
teams again participated I in a the past( PIR I.'S; COVE r
shuffleboard tournament He has been assigned to Missile MIIIHM JOEL LEACH
Round Robin
at Martini Park on Mon- Teh. "C" School in Dam Neck, William Joel !leach thirty-three, The third annual hobby show fi
where he will continue the at Pirate's Cove, Port Salerno, will :
Va. :
day, having played to a tie the son of Mr and Mrs. Willaford Ransom I
at Holiday extensive training for Polaris submarine Leach of 270 South Ocean I be held Friday, March 6, between
Monday
Park previous, duty. i Boulevard. Palm Beach, died on CJ0 I: and 4:30: p.m.. rain or shine.'

Monday Feb. 24, after( a long Illness I All hobbyists are invited and refreshments L __
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George Gundrum and Dan JERRY !: t I' at Emory University Hospitalin will be served
JOHN I). SIFFLE
Cooper are sporting Lincoln Continental DRAMA HONOR Atlanta, Ga., in the Robert Win-I A.-j---
and Chet Sheets has j Cancer I Seventy five per cent of all U. S. aiwe
can Rhodes Stuart a 1963 ty years old a journalism and law ship Clinic. ,
Jerry
purchased a flashy red Comet. of Indian River Junior served four years m the Born in Atlanta' lie moved with foreign commerce i is financed by
Lewis of graduate recently initiated Marines' and two years as an officer his family;I to Sewalls l Point, Jensen i New York. bank JUNIOR ping.pong winners In the tourney at Stuart. Youth Center which ended Wednesday
Mr. John College, was -- --- --- -
and Mrs.
Manchester N. H. touring Florida to the drama honorary group, i in the Army in the Far East Beach, at an early age He attended were, left I to right ten-lo-twclve division Keith Perry, silcen-lew.ightccn: division, Bobby Davics, and :
had brunch, with fit C. and Mrs. Florida Players" at the in-I A Catholic:, he was elected may. elementary school: at Jen'l are three children, Elizabeth, Anne thirtcen-to-fiftccn division, Dickie: Strauss In the senior branch of the tourney, Dr James Cross-nickel '
AI Friday of Florida Rhodes appeared or of Haltandale in 1963, said that sen Beach and graduated and William Jr., of Atlanta, three won locally: went to fort Pierce Saturday and came: buck with (he District Five (able tennis cup for :
Coding on
12-14 The House of Bernada he will base his campaign: 0 n Martin County High School, Stuart sisters, Mr. John E. Henry of ".
adults
acquiring a Alba" in the Spanish Lorca changes m U S foreign policy, He was a graduate of the Uni North Palm Beach; Mrs. Arthur __ ._. __ _._.._ ___ __ ________ -.:..
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Japanese are : of F. Rces of Atlanta" and Mr* .
prod-- I If nominated, he would face versity Florida at Gainesville,
taste for raisin bread. The 1960 and the incumbent Paul G. Rogers, where he was a member of Chi I James H. Spears of Ojai, Calif.I I Combs to !aid day. IINHI $51)0 INAUIOMOBIIE ;
uct was introduced in SOITONC CLEARED ON Democratic: candidate in the general Phi fraternity. He also leave an uncle, Allan I "h"| commission has had the CASE
now 70 per cent of Japan'bread.raisins DRIVING>' : CHARGE I election next fall. Roger Mr. Leach was a Mar basketballand I Gladstone Leach: of West Palm '.I On County Barn i i iI barn and land advertised for sale Using an auto without the owner's
the
imports go into Colonel G. V Sottong was found formally announced about three tennis player a o d swimmer Beach, and an aunt Mill Mildred for( a considerable time a* It i II no i consent! was expensive for
CLASSIFY Court through high school and college: i I Leach of Ontario, Canada.He I. A sealed bid for the purchase William Dennis this week in Martin -
TOO LATE TC not guilty in Municipal on weeks aao.Wntern I I lunger for the operation '
night in a driving charge: an Eagle/ Scout and member of I was president of Uach Enterprises of the county barn located on necessary County Court H. was fined
WANTED;: Active woman or girl Tuesday against him by a Stuart Samoans race huge the Secret: Order of the Arrow: in San Juan, Puerto Rico \ AIA I near the Rinker punt'will of the county.: $300 or ninety day by Judge
brought
deft with hands to help in assembling lingboats called fautasi Evolved and water sports director for the : where he was highly respect a; he made to the County Commission Evan Crary Jr
and mailing newspaper* city: patrolman.I from whale boats the fautasi skim Boy Scout Camp at Uk Qsborne, I ed and had many friends. I I by Paul Combs, owner of Reliable Mexico plans to spend, $100- --- -

one day per week 9 or 10 a.m. to tiew ltursl: censu: cover. across the water propelled by 40 Lantana, for several summers. ne Funeral services will be Septic Tank Servic: 000000( by 1965 to raise the The earth' atmosphere serve*
3 or .4 p.m. Good starting wage. (baa 108 million acres or more oarsmen. The coxswainbe was a member of tM First Mcthodi at 3 p.m. Thursday.\ Feb. 27, hel"l I Comb told I the comtniMion! standard of !living in town along II a shield against dangerous radiation.

Mr. Orr' Stuart New Mornings I shQy1 log' owes lhif.p e a>enge 1iJt'I!ivb j \t} | t/lf/ rowing! Jenjpo pn I Pburcj, of( We$ alga< Qeseh.Survsvmg i Patterson it Son Funeral Tuesday bfi would. make SS paled tt|) .U S barJj-T and la attract Including: far.ultraviolet and.
xctp Ttmndajr. 3-17 farm it a UKle over 34 icre UQ besides hi* parent AlUnu. bid to the communoo ia-a few I Ie I0UTUI*, I tannic ray from space

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t-A TIlt STUART (maw NER'a]'. : Tliura, February 21. 1964
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for Emergency Rescue Work; First_Meeting_ _Thursday. Feb. 28



I Form County-City Fire Rescue Team t ;


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a .. ,"" .. .. .,. :'}.. ,. .. '.. county-city: Plans are Fire under Rescue way to Team train in n i
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Fire Services and Stuart Fire K
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,f. J' .,, .; .tr..i:" injury or death.
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Department
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: ; /! .:e I Volunteer rescue personnel to
A \ man the unit are now being sough i

,:': :'.. r: I by Coordinator the County John Civil Defense Flldnowkt.I Fir I

: 4 :.;[>:/1 I Personnel who volunteer will b N
required, to participate in one i l
I training meeting each week fo' /

: i iij two hours Special training exercises _
; will be conducted in .1
rescue! : : "e UU. '
procedures and methods for res- ,.., '.. .

cue: of persons trapped in buildingsvehicles lOtIII LI.\DfcRSIIIP AWARDS, sponsored by the Elks Club tee Dm I it the fourth vear that the Elk have made such awards
Personnel, aircraft:who and volunteer trains w rl' presented by Principal James C Woodall. left to Senior Tom tor school church md. community leadership Redinger and Mi sPence

not be members of other must Kcdm>:er Katherine Lucille Kindred, Patricia: Pence and I LonI received $SO saving bonds as first. prizes and Tyson! and
any emcr-
I l\Mn. Jr after a steak nt the lodge last Wedne Miss II
Kindred .
gency service, supper danight received t2< bonds as second prizes Judges were i
An organization! meeting has At right is William Wheeler, chairman of the special: Elks commit- John C. Gray. Dr W Ira Williams und Harry Dyer

I.'r" been scheduled for 7:45 p,m. on --y .
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Thursday! Feb 27 at the -
I 1 County H. ..a ._
City Civil Defense
I Emergency Op"
a. crating Center on Flugler Avenue
Persons interested ire invited to

1 I attend I

MARTIN MEMORIAL rvh } sow
HOSPITAL I F
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Births-Mr. and Mrs AI Locke: f w'vs
a son, Feb. 23 I l I
I Feb. I 18-Admitted. L e o n a
Glover, Lillian Joyce: Williams I',
Ruth Thomas, David Sloan and ,
I Uaryl Bowden; discharged Emily I S
._ _".. 6 Green Willie Jones Anastasia I
Sheridan, Anna Lee Cash, brace
SCENES like this will be shown in the documentary film, ''Inside East Germany,"' to be presented by Henderson, James Dickinson, Rea-
Robert Cohen at 8 p.m; Thursday, Feb 27 at Stuart Woman's Club on the World Around Us Program inald Thomas and Albert Capcn
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Feb. 19-Admitted. Robert l!
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Erosion Hearing on March 24 at and Mantha Ruth Washington Trimmer Cascarclli! ,Harry,Leo discharged Mart Bihbee n.. L..44..H :

Francis: Walden Betty Jean Mob
Icy and Mrs. Joe Pennington and ,
Parish House Island baby boy
on Jupi ter Feb 20-Admitted. Evelyn ,,
Sagncr, Katherine Rcddy J Paul
Brooks, Leonard Smith Eth c' I ICastlcgrandc ,
\ Theft of sand by the sea on on Public Works on June 19, 1963 I terway to their starving beaches Anastasia VanVakides. -
Martin County coast will be investigated calling for "an investigation and I Currently they are financing a Charles Hendncks. Ralph '
by the Engineer Corps report on the shore of Jupiter Inland ] scheme to pull In sand from offshore Hartman III, and Bertha Hess: ,
and such udjucent shores asl to the beaches. :
replenish discharged Edward Henderson
Colonel M. R Purfitt district :
I engineer Jacksonville has formally abel be necessary, in ;the interest\ : The government last summer Beatrice: Bloom and Daryl Biw i I.
of h erosion control, hurricane closed a storm cut inlet at Pecks den, ; a
announced a public hearing protection and related ." Lake, nt a cost: \ of $230, _
HI the Town of Jupiter Isl.md. purposesBeach some Feb 21-Admitted. Laura At _
At
\ 10 am on Tuesday, Man.lv: 24. erosion hits been a prob. XH( ()(), because It was viewed as contributing : cord: and Albert Wilson, discharged I _
lem on'Jupiter I land for many to erosion. Elizabeth Clark, Edith Thorn.
The dau had primly Ken tuita
'j tie. yearn!. There has been steady at. Still the seu steals sand ton, Ruth Coiitarcllii Montgomery
,! Iril/on/ of the undcvefoped north All interests are invited! to the 7rimmerhlary C I lemcnts. C' a r of I
Place will be the Parish House, three miles of the ikltind and a constant hearing' where they will I be asked Wagner Katherine Rcddy Rudolph JUNIOR tllrFRLIUHKS: J under the direction of Mrs Betty Sue Crook, Wendy) Haucnt>tcm. Linda Rein Cathy Bruner. Virginia
about one-half mile south t of battle has been waged with to make suggestions us to remedies Uierkcr and Lorraine Fields Rogers.. practice at the Youth Center, ,Left to right: Marianne Yeary
Bridge Road sea walls and sand transfer efforts Fcb 22-Admitted, JessieWcimg Broomc Donna Zarnits! Jackie Wortham! Jane Yurlcy, Carol Buck
The action is the result of a to protect the oceanfront estates Oral statements will be heard Albert Capes Samuel
directive by the Mouse Committee in the developed portion but it has been requested that important Margolics und Allen Carson Per

Jupiter Islanders have taxed facts and arguments be ry, discharged, Otlilie Holechek,
II themselves :to finance (ho dredgingof submitted in writing, in quadruplicute Elsie Hel nstcttcr, Harry Bibbee, Medical\ Exams .... ., ,.. .,
Miss Britton sand from the IntrucousUil Wa : Paul Brooks, Morris Kulish, Bet

Will; Speak in ly Kasper, Lillian Joyce Williams, For ChildrenAt
SWART SAILFISH WINTER TOURNAMENT Evelyn Sugncr, Mildred Revere,
Legion Contest I und Ralph Hartman III
(Nov 1 April 30) Feb 23-Admitted. Olive Wire Indiantown
Miss Pat Britton, a senior at back, Frank Ciarza, Elizabeth
Martin County Senior High School, SAILFISH: (Women length division)-Mrs. Gene T. Prall James C Lewis, Eli/ibclh Parents of ill children who will \.
and daughter of Mr, and Mrs W. Whicker, Melbourne Beach, "Spray 11," Captain Buckley und Mrs, Al Locke und he1\ vears old prior to Jan 1,
L. Brilton of Stuart, will represent Ray Young ."... ..........".". ............." ..."...........,.... 8 ft. baby boy; Uncharged, Leona Glover 196:*. md who will attend theWarticld
Martin County in the Twelfth SAILFISH: (Men length division) Or Robert L Linda Wilson, Allen Carson School
are urged to have ..
Berger, Shortlcsville. Pa, "Cartune," Captain Louie Perry and Charles Hendncks
Lunn .... .., ... .... 8 ft 1 In Feb, 14-Admitted, Rose Ann their child examined by the family .
DeMdcrio, Edith Nelson, Anton physician at this time m order that
AMBERJACK: G O. Woodruff, Wayne, III, Ondme .
Cimter, John Davis, Annie Coachman defects be
any may
II, L. Duck Jr. 45 lb.
Captain Shirley Thrower, Edward fore the opening of !>
ARCTIC BONITO: Arthur L. Rivers. Charleston, S. C., Cook, John Butler and Mrs Rob The Martin \
County
Gannett 11," Captain A. A. Whiticur ..... 19 lb. 8 oz ert Young Jr: discharged, Robert Public Instruction und

BARRACUDA: R. S. McGahce, Eau Gallic, 'Skipper J. ScurryNARRY1OR, County Heiilth
II," Captain U Duck 25 Ib. -- i issued a sped,d form :,

BLACKFIN lUNA: Barbara S. Viehman,, Melbourne sician for his physical
recommend,itions.
Beach, "Hobo," Captain Jack Whiticar 13 lb. 6 oz
ed form should be
I BONITO: Bruce: Sullivan Kissimmee, "Marybob III," I the school at the time

Captain Bob Scrimsher 18 lb. 3 oz lion.

CHANNEL BASS: E. R. Loroff, Freemont, Ohio 21 lb. 8 oz. If a physical I

DOLPHIN: Earl Burbank Omaha, Neb., 'Spray 11," i ir r your hardship child on will the cause.. I I ,

Capt. Ray Young 25 lb. I meats may he mode
GROUPER: Jack Schneider, Port Salerno, "Big Day," done by the Martin\

Captain Locke .. .. .. ... ...... 28 lb. Department ut the
I JACK CREVALLE: C E Schaeffler, South Hampton, Indi,mtown. on
........... I at 12:30: p.m. : :\
N.Y.. "Fran L, Captain Pete Robertson 31 lb. II
I MANGROVE SNAPPER: A M. Newbold Stuart... 3 lb. II I : !

I POMPANO: Richard Angus, Jensen Beach: ................ 5 lb. iv ? j I I New Record
MISS P\'f BRIHON:\ RED SNAPPER:: Lee Cranett, Momsville, Pa., 'BigDiy i n. .

District American Legion speech ;' Captain Locke .... .... ................................ 24 lb. Savings

contest !scheduled: Friday Feb 28 SEA TROUT: Boyd Surguy, Stuart ............................ 10 lb. 12 ozSHEEPSHbAD .

at Miss Vero Beach : : Hugh E Sheppard, Stuart ........,....... 9 lb. 13 oz w Following a year \\
Britton will
United States Constitution speak at on 7:30 the: SNOOK: Amanda Kmdig, Osceola, Ind .................... 3Mb, 8oz. | and photographer, mortgage lending

p.m. at the Amer i can Legion !SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz, Puhokce ..,.... .... 2 lb. Robert Cohen, who presents time loan associations high| the I 1.10<

Home She is sponsored by the I WAHOO: Paul A Walker, Hobe Sound ""......... 85 lb. The World Around Us pro ed up where they in left
Jensen Beach and Stuart Legion Inside East ,
I TARPON ...... 8 gram Germany by closing a total of $
teacher is Mrs Dan : George Hopkins, Stuart 16 lb. oz at the \\omani Club Thursday '
McClure. TRIPLbTAlL./ John McDanlel, Belmar, NJ 18 lb. 12 oz. | night, Feb, 27IJ5'WW"f a in record loans during amount Januuy of a.,1!
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.:",'1'I Williim D Huvsey \ I
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I 3 2.O() ) of the total : I I
t went for new I I :
\1- which: accounted: for i \ :
w |
ing ot I.954 new d : I
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January total fur | : .
lion loans was also a I I : .
for the month of January : I I II
the
passed present high : |
s month set In I9W) when !
j $24,285,000( {) In .:on I
was recorded!
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While not ut a record I
Hus-scy reported that !
creased in January b> 5S I : I I : : : t :
which .is less! than the i :
.. ** L Hm3UL> JL fJJt.J: : ." ...u.L: II cord high of $69.227, : ;:: 1, ) :
1963.
JVJEMBERS of 4 panel on fabric care held at the Agricultural building Miss Marcia Gale, of Warren Dry Cleaning, and Hams Wall I :
recently were, left to right: Russell! Wiley, Lindsay Soft Martin County Cleaners and Laundry.. The dolls are dressed in and As home of Jan ownership 31. 1964,, :; I: I

Water Co., Mill Betty Ann Stewart, home economist for the different fabrics. Wall holds the sleeve of an imitation leather II I the si ite had total
\ Florida Power and Light Co, Mrs Virginia Smith, Starke, fabric Jacket which: broke off following cleaning due to improper labeling ;118.520.Ohich{)() is
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...,..; ::.__; ','. ,; v .'\" 'Q .'" she has lived in Stuart and! Palm tin loud, I illouslup Sunday THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Vice President Spoke to Rotary night Thursday, February 27 1964 I-B

PALM CITY NEWS UtvMrs. Elizabeth Krumm was
Mr. and Mrs lUrlan ,
Hague We that Mar
eighty-nine years young Saturday are glad to report
F.E.C. Strike Is MRS ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-55M Feb. 22, also. Mrs. Krumm and New fane. N Y., are spending Victor Conklin and Gordon Mc-
Thornton Says .. her late husband came here for two weeks with Mrs. Kate Hun- Donald are better. Both suffered
wlalraeeni'-aarxssv.:+ vasr-- the winter for ars Sometime
many \ : dcrlak at her home on loop I Road heart attacks recently.
in a cabin with bunks. in the late 30s she became a
DES Past Matrons Those attending, were Paul New- ear-around resident at her homeon Kenneth Moore spent the week- Mrs. Everette Christman was a

Threat to U.S. Free EnterpriseThe Hold MeetingThe house, James Legg.' Cory Richardson East Sixth Street I end in I Lake Placid, attending! the representative from the Congregational -
Jimni)' Van (omen and James A few friends met at the homeof Youth' Fellowship'( Stale Retreat at Church the International
PaM \I.I'n, ,Club of Unity Grose. Mr and Mrs. Harold Pinney to
Lake
Florida East Coast Rail- one operating unions representing and its role in trying to settle! \the Chapter, 0 F.S"! met 11 the home for a (picnic nipper to honor her Byrd Uxlge Seminar for laymen and women
road strike is now so complex thatit F.E.C. employes Of the twenty- strike. He called the government of Mr. Frncst Higbee North ANNIE: ARMS I"RONGFIK : Mrs Dora Salisbury and Mr. at Lake Byrd Conference Center,

threatens Americas free enterprise one, nine have an annual incomeof an "apparent ally of the labor Reilly Avenue Fnd.i\ evening. Mrs. \\ OF PR\'I-R WMU Plans Retreat and Mrs. dlcn Cr.lmton. Frontier Avon Park, last weekend.

system, Wynne Thornton, $190.000,000. tax free he said. organizations," Henry Hansen was. cohostess.The The Annie Armstrong Week of Mieh.: spent several days visiting! t Dr. and Mrs. M W. Neidigh
vice president and chief operationsofficer will! he held March WMU of Palm City B.iptistChapel Mr and; MIK, Don Kettle andfanulyr
is unbelievable business followed Prayer Sunday The
f for the FEC, told Stuart: "They use this money to advance "Over the past year, it meeting was I II and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Corl
by a social hour Games and I through Sunday, March. 8. I 1 Mill "hold a prayer retreat
the role the
Rotary Club members at Sunrise the power of labor organizations governmenthas refreshments.. enjoyed by the will he held Monday beginning' at 6,10 pnor Friday at Slate College, Pa., are spending
Inn last played m its efforts to settle ) Meetings : The youth choir of the Baptist t
Wednesday. and not the employe, following members Mrs. Sarah I 10 the church It will be held arounda several weeks at Lighthouse Point
I the strike, mainly in its insistence : at the Biptist( Chapel, a.m. Chapel! will have a wiener roast
I
Thornton related the strike of Thornton declared. \\ood, Mrs Flora Corbrtt. Mrs, with i Mrs. Barbara Kahle fire with thanksgiving and
that the FEC. accept the demands / in camp( after practice Toe wday. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joyeu-
the eleven operating unions, now Ho expressed his belief that of the union. This is co- irate Stcilman; Mrs Gertrude charge:. Tuesday! 7:V) p.nt., Mrs. praise as the theme A candlelight 1 l his' nor rewiird for having the
in its thirteenth month, bean with labor organizations should be under -I ercion. There is no doubt ahout Mmnchin Mrs II.,izel Ornun, Mrs. Bette Kindbcrg.Vedncsdav.: 7:1:I Sprner service will be included in the choir loft filled for three consecutive : saz and children of Jacksonville
the unions asking for a .. cents Berta Slew IIrt. Mrs lettie Pome- Mrs. Recnie Tatum. Thursday spent the weekend with Mr. and
anti-trust laws, because. "if it, we stand on the threshold of the ; program Sund t\ nights/ Choir practice
an hour wage increase and a requirement end of the free enterprise( system roMrs. ( ecii i Mao Greene; Mrs 10 a nt., Mrs f'rulCeGroC., '.. The serving of refreshments. IS at 3 pits Mrs. Travis Stone and family
i of six i months notice before there ever was a monopoly" it's in this country," ho said Nettie Schnurrtiisk.il" Mrs. Ethel On Friday there will be a pro roasted wieners and toasted. marshmallows -
abolishing a Job the labor organization, ahead Walker. Mrs. Clara Jerome and will conclude! the evening Mr ;and' Mis Phil JoJon, StateCollege. Mrs. Martone Martin, presidentof
Thornton could
Looking
"But the demands now include The operations chief then lashed the hostessesIMIRMIDIUK! missionary/ All interested adult NVMU members Pa ire visiting l her parents the Florida Women's Fellowship -
not much chance for the settlement
see
several union requests including out at the federal government and husbands, are invited. Mr unit;:;:I Mrs Homer l Grtibb, United Church of Christ will
of the strike, the
negotiations on a national level unions and railroad! have since found : : : IMP-OUT: IMO SENIOR:: (III/FNS: and his sister Mrs. l.irl: HomanMr visit! the Congregational Women's
opposition to the abolition of tIIRR\IE: BIKIIIimSMr PERSONALS Fellowship March 4,
little for Ken Van 1 11I1II1.'n. teacher of the : .
common ground negotiation and Mrs R F Worthum.
and demand
featherbedding labor that we, fire a all employes by Laws Cited on intermediate, ho\s class of Pain Belle Ross was eighty- Mrs J. I. Huston, Mrs. kale Fampa. spent the weekend!: with
hired since the !strike began," "But we are attempting, though City Baptist ('h.,ipel 1. took his classon seven years young Saturday, I Feb Connell, Herbert Taylor, Tom his sister, Mrs Evelyn Higbce. Warts, a virus infection of the
of the skin
most
Thornton harassed and vandalized, to furnish a camp-out Friday night They 22 She has resided, in this area lord and Mrs. hazel McClciiry outer layer are
said. Forest BurningThe service to the public, and spent the night .,t Mickey\ Evans: for seventy-four, years and in Palm all the tick list Mr. and Mrs. Fred Homan, common on hands, fingers and
He noted that the F.E.C. would we will continuo to do so. The Camp on Martin Grade City at her home on Tenth Street are on Boulsburg, Pa, ure visiting his soles of the feet They are contagious
not go along with the unions on harvest value of timber F.E.C. is in business, and in business This camp( is fast 1 building! up since l l95. Mrs Ross is the oldest There ill be a program on the parents" Mr and Mrs Waldo BOo but often they Just disappear -
a single point, harvested from Florida's forests to stay," Thornton concluded. The boys_spent .1 i comfortable night citizen in the number of years customs and symbols of Easter at man on Fin. Street .
He told of the position that the
will reach $1,000.000,000
union and the government have soon
if forest fires be re
yearly, can
taken in the strike, and said that
the laboring people are being used duced.
State Forester C H. Coulter recently -
as a "pawn in the quest for power
by the union!," reported( that more than
"The labor unions are interested 7,000 forest fires burned 88,000
in seeing all railroads submit acres of Florida forest land dur-
to some wage: pattern regardless ing 1963 One-third of those fires
of the best interests of everyone. were started by arsonists' i Careless
careless trash burners,
They insist on negotiating as a smokers
group and this means they are sac and careless campers accountedfor
nticing the employes 0 nth e most of the remainder.It .
F.E.C. to achieve their goals. Theyare is well known that mccndiarists WANT TO
trying to do the same thing i who burn forests can be arrested -
with the trucking industry," Thorn- and charged with felony.On .
ton declared. conviction, sentence may include -
Thornton continued: "The un- fine and prison Not so well 1
ion bosses hold their men in line known is the fact that careless setting
through fear and coercion. It is of forest fire is also punishable .
impossible for a man to earn a living under Florida law.
without joining a union and Malicious burning of lands is
paying the costs for belonging. If defined as "burning with the intent
they do not join, they cannot get to damage or destroy property -
a job. We have many men> on the of another because of spite( mal
FfeC. who want to return to SOMEMONEY.
ice, or hope of material gain. MAKE
work, but they know from experience
Florida law provides a maximum
they will be harassed and
a ." penalty: of five years in the
state prison for "willful and malicious"
He reported there are twenty. I wood urning.

In addition to possible fines andimprisonment t k"e r
Garden) Club of for starting a forest t 1q y a r4b
fire the be
person responsible may
Palm Beach to liable for the costs of putting out
the fire as well as civil damages.
Show HomesThe
Anyone who burns another's N rr
Garden Club of Palm Beach land, allows a fire to escape from
will hold its annual Homes and his own land, burns during a declared .
Garden Day tour on Sunday emergency or fails to observe -
March. 8, with six outstanding legal procedures for burn-
Palm Beach homes to be open to ing land may atlieUbJt: t thefollowing .
willfulor l
the public from noon to 6 p.m. :
Tickets can be purchased! at intentional violation (a felony]) .,
fine to Sloan() or imprisonment ... '
Thrift 234 Worth Avenue, Palm a up O' '!t'
Beach, or at the Four Arts Library up to three years, or both- .
Bus service for the tour for a careless violation' (misdemeanor ". 1.0 '\ .' .
will be available at the Four Arts ) a fine up to $200: or
Library shortly before noon and three months imprisonment, or '
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at intervals until 3:30: p.m. both. x "" ya '
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A Youth DelegateLinda :, :" JUST OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AT FIRST

MacArthur of Hob Florida high schools, was sponsored .
Sound, a Martin County High by the school lunch divisionof

School junior, has been electedto cation the, State with Mrs.Department Lucy Tokhcim of Edu-, BANK-ADD TO IT-WATCH IT GROW!

attend the National Youth Pow. school lunch supervisor, as chair- NATIONAL
er (Nutrition) Conference at Palmer .
House, Chicago, as one of eight man.The girls were chaperoned on
delegates from Florida. their trip by Miss Martha Bur-
The delegates' expenses\ will be dine, Martin County home demonstration -
borne by Florida Citrus Commis agent who also accompanied -
Carol Olney of Jensen
.lOrinda was one of tour MCHS Beach and Paula MacArthur' of AT YOUR HOMEOWNEDHOME
juniors, all from Hobe Sound, who Hobo Sound, MCHS seniors, to
attended the Mate youth power Florida State University There the
conference at Tallahassee last I two girls both interested in a EAR N
week, the others being Phyllis career in the fashion field, had an OPERATED BANK YOU CAN
Smith, Beverly Snipes and Gayle interview with the head of the
Sirota. clothing and textiles department of
The state conference, which attracted the university, and visited the
delegates from eighteen_ fashion Institute.




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TIlE_Sit'_\RT. (!':"',) NFW Thursday, February. 27 I9K4 3-B






WILLIAM B. KIDDCHIEF





ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER OF THE IIF,



Newly appointed by Gov. Farris Bryant, will address the



annual meeting of the taxpayers association




THURSDAY, MARCH 5 AT 8 P.M.,



STUART WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING



ANNUAL REPORT OF PRESIDENT


-JOHN-. .. R.... '.FRIDAY.... .

The Public is Invited to AttendMr.


Martin County Taxpayers Association Inc.
Kidd, newly named to the sensitive and vital post of administrator to ,
(A CORPORATION: NOT POR PROFIT
the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund has been advisor to Gov P.O. BOX 741 TFI miONC: AT 7-M7I
!STUART riORJlU
Bryant on matters relating to flood control, water conservation, shore ero

sion, civil defense, national guard, outdoor recreation and sale of bottom ..
ANNUAL REPORT OF TIIF !MiRTIN COUNTY TAXPVVFRS ASSOCIATION
lands. Almost no other post in the state government is as vital to Martin February 20, 19(4As ..

County, as that held by Mr. Kidd, who calls Ocala home /,
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tu7 we enter the fifteenth( year of our cxutencc our membership has (Increased beyond 500 a new high for the
aisoeiation
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During the piisi year your resident director and your eeeutiveferelury worked closely: and harmoniously with
the county coniimm ioners in the (effort of assembling"! the new huJitit. which as finally adopter) was set{ at 9.663 /rmli)
I for the county us against t i levy of 9.39 milli for the previous year a comparatively am;.ill increase of\.275 mill. ....
WILLIAM R. SCOTT
., .The budget of the school hoard however was another matter When we became aware of a proposed lirge
Increase In the "school hoard millagc. a number of your directors called on each member pf f the tchooMwarU In an "

Members f the Board of Governors, Central & Southern .__ ,1 .., attempt....*...-to....*persu. ule them-to moderate A the. proponed,. .l increase.. or ul least spread r"onie of'ft*Into next ytira) .

awl: .... We were unsuccessful and the adopted (nidge was Increased' 4.72 mill// to II.9 nulls up from 7.18 mill the
Florida Flood Control District will introduce Mr. Kidd.
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,1 l previous yenr- increase <.f more than 61.7 per cent. This additional/ levy, Ihey maintained, was to support a
building program

The only concession we were uhle': to obtain was the promise of (II1e Individual member of the present school; .
>><< hoard that the milluge would he reduced next 1 year to npproxlnukly what j Jt was !In lilt year,before .the huge ,Increase .
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I. In view of inn extreme rise in the school budget' your directors asked for a survey of the situation by the certified .
public/ account: / ml firm of Ring Mahony & Arner of Miami at the expense' of the auoclntlon. Mr Thtxiiptoii
JOHN E. FRIDAYPresident of that firm who made a ,several diyi' study of the school hoard budget found nothing ami**, but criticised the JuJg-
rent of the hourd in concentrating a heavy build ng program in a single year.

of the Martin County Taxpayers Ass'n. will make We are hurry to report Ihnt iiipervisor. have Man Installed to register and keep order' In flandsprit'/ Park the
J' expense of which in more thin defrayed by a per diem charge assessed" on all non-county resident USCH of the park
his annual report. Thin is a condition we have urged the county lommiwioncrt: ID employ (or IIIvcrlAl! >ears.

Al the annual meeting of the Martin County Farm Bureau held nt Indiantown January 21, Mr J. N.Aycocke.. ,
Director of the Assessment Standards' Board of the %! tateComptrollers; Board, wa. the prlnclppj\ ;//ltn' tr.

>><< Among the questions asked him after his talk was Mow can a cititen of this or any other county In Florida
protect hmisclf' lawfully against almost constant !Increases in assessments" mid teats year after yeu7"

Members will elect directorsThe in which Hi answer you live"If was. "The best way I know of I Is to join and support the varlou taxpayers: grpupi In the community


J( this politico-professional opinion would appear to answer your question of a. similar. .nature'. the Martin' .
County Taxpayers Asuociat asks that you think over this unsolicited endorsement '
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U Sincerely yours, '
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purpose of the Martin County Taxpayers Association is: "To study 'r MARTIN COUNTY TAXPAYERS AVSOCIATJON, INC

the Tax situation in Martin County, Florida; to work with the Public Of. JOHN E FRIDAY,President

ficials and Boards toward economy and efficiency in the operation of the

Government of Martin County and other political bodies in said County; to _
DIRECTOR
further, and promote, general business interests of the City of Stuart and "OaCI K. PERKINS PERIHELIA P. RIID (MRS. JOSEPH) 0. C. TROOP ILVIN H. KlULHt/Tt tOt M. GAlONU
of Martin and other communities to extend and DAWSON ZAUO EC WARD MAPP GEORGE OLIVER NATHANIEL P. RECD T T OUCHTEUON
County improve, place up. GIANT CHAMBEttAIN: JOHN .U MCQUICC JACK A. ROilNSOM' JOHN t. FRIDAY L C. WAREHtlM
on a safe and more permanent foundation the general tax program of said

communities and county, etc."
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FREE REGISTER GO OAR RTS Your Luc y Numbers... It's our anniversary but the savings are yours...This is only right beIt's
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our 16th Anniversary and a lot of our
No Purchase Necessary nd Register,Just Come In prices are ended in 6 to save you morel!! that we have this celebration. To s h. t.Ion we now offerii tA t


'1211/11. c usoa ocE 3 U.S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY J! AGED

JT.mmB lJ K l/lf A 'EtmI .

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!DONUTS BREAD

Dozen 49 2. Loaves 3 9 C TENDER, JUICYEXTRA

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SARAH LEE:IROENApple ARM HOUSE:FROZEN APPLE: PEACH OR ) '
and Spice Cake 66 CHERRY PIES lb.

GREEN GIANT FROZEN:
3 FOR 9 6 C
Peas 3 pkgs. 96tsLitLTLsr
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GREEN BEANS R U( SPEARS BABY LIMAS I OKI
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Freslt Produce \ a H s wd Oh ? !


LOW LOW PRICES lb.

SNOW WHITE
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MUSHROOMS Lb. 56c AT KINDRED'S YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE
FRESH GREEN
LARGEST SELECTION OF THE
CABBAGE HEAD 6c
BEST QUALITY| MEATS AT LOW BUDGET PRICES
U.S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES
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10 Lb' Bag 46c COPELAND HICKORY SMOKED. -

EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS 5 f

APPLES TOO Size EACH 6c J A U I! 4

FANCY D'ANJOUPEARS Ii II IV! y b

EACH &c IInuuv ''

LARGE REDRADISH a

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' I HOT DOG HERMAN'S WAGON Kindred'sjlo
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At Kindred's Thur., Fri., Sat.
will II trade d you 50 r

HOT DOGIC GOLD BOND STAMPS

AND for any. .
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; C 0 K E GOLD BOND STAMP
[oil greater savings than ever before! r\
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: 50 for 1 STAMP OFFER! I i" :;r
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HOUSE 1_Ib \\\llll A (%,110 I N'RUIVSEHIW ; '
COFFEE can. 16 ADDNki1Cllr .___ STAT'

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GRADE A D&D IKLMI: ICE PACKED MIC 11 UK'OLA IE NORIIltRN: BUMPinwheels"

Stewing Hens Lb. 26c( ": 39c Tissue 2 ROllS 1 fie GOLD WE GIVE 50.11 Klndred'I.FREE Ill'Ilhh(STAMPS.the'PurehuAe Of

BAND, Any Broom or Mop
GRADE A FRESH GA. ICE PACKED IUD ROVSIING GREEN: GIVNT GOLDEN CRE/\M:\ CAMPBIIJ.S. 'OUPUII fad! t' h. 27, 211, I9, 1961

Chickens ">. 3 9c Corn 6 Cans 303 9 6c) :: I Is& 4 300 CANS 5 6c STAMPS' s 50 FREE loth, Cnnplrn STAly1PS

At I Kb..Jnod''a\\Ilh'Ihe 1'urchnee OfUSDA
U. S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY AGED NLMLLS: : ASSORTED>> FLAVORS
Cuss Uf '1 Cartons
CHOICE BONELESS ROLL KOUMY KISl Any
Keen 3 JARS 9 6 C PeasSIILRIIM. 303 16c )'U/I Gd ,'oupnn GadFrb.of Beer n. 2N. 29, 196'1
Shoulder R oas t a' Lb- 8 9 Cans
GOLD 50 FREE STAMPS
USDA CIIICKLN: OK TilE SEA CHUNK SHLl.' GREEN:: ABU :CANNH \\llb ('IIUIOII,
CHOICE+ U.S. CHOICE WESTERN LAZY AGEDShort khulr'Ilb" The PwnhaAeItcnurit Of
Tuna 3 H CANS 8 6 M' I I I II k 8 LG. CANS 9 6 BONDAt Math
Ribs I Lb. 49 c llaldorixcrCuupnn .
GINNI hh. 27. 211. 29 1964
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KAIStR killOG'S; (ORN: IIMIP:\ 2 STAMPS
RUMS.....BLACKIUHK -HICK OR II UN' REC.. 50 FREE STAMPS "
Flakes 16 .
Alum. Foil 3-3 8 OZ PKG C "ltb 'cm"UII y
sliced Bacon Lb. 5 9 c ROIL 1/1 c\'Cry. A'Klndrcd'a. W"h'lw Itlrhu A c Of ;
Any 4 OJt Light Uulbs
thing
CRFEN: GIANT KIICI1LN: SIRLNG MDSMLSUNS! \ ArnE you ('UUptlll Gad! Feb 21, 211. 29. 1964

RHA1'L"a'' BLAmCKIL\\\3. / ::.C.L7 CAN 2 6 9 Beans 5-96C tntk. Sauce ".- 16 buy at 50 FREE STAMPS :
kindred s. "''Ih (uUptHi 1AI 1
K'IIlr4-d'' "lth'Ihe I'unhwAe or
HISK St'R.1MEN'IO1O11Ai:\ : ( A Huhhcr Hug
ItMIIS BLAtMIAWK CHUNK LIVLR
(' Gad F'eh.21, SN,29, 1961
Sausage. 49C Liquid QUART 75C Juice' NO. 2 CAN 1 16c can And'ou redeem ;FREE STAMPS

FRESH PORK PIGS FEET,TAILS, LARS: OR LAYS POTAIO : _IIMIf: 2 them for AI Kltulrrd'llhh W'lh'C'Ulipt/the 14rrchwxe Of

Neck Bones Lb. 16C Chips TWIN PACK 5 6C Ketchup 14 OZ .BTL 16 C GIFTS Mrs.Good Burke's CukcCuupna F'eb 27, 211.Fruit 29, 1961i

JUGI IIT r
. 100 FREE STAMPS
" KLEENEXDhLMOME PKG. OF 300 LIMIT 3 16c 1 IIhHH W'lh' ('oupt.n ,.
:; WASHDAY DETERGENT AI Kindred lth'Ih. Psrthw.e: Of
e C ilK\>'O) IN Ilermunlr hulrullu, ,' Pickle and Pt.nrentrr ,
Oily I and Saute

,I T I 0 E 46 CORNED IIISLKL. ;SLICED! OR MIIOI.K BEEF CAN 3 6cS'I'UART 'oupon (3 and 6-olo hb.pklK7c%1, 2N:, 29, 1961 '

SJE ALL Blw\tkh\E: : PtAS OR LARGE: *r
GOLD MEDAL MUSHROOMS2Y2oz.JAR26c LIMAS 31/2 BAG/9C


F I LOU R 5 i bag Ibe 38 C MAYONNAISE KKMI QT. JAR 49c RICE ShE AIL ., 4"B"65c,: :: *

PRICES OfV" \ AMI SULRIIVY lilt. 29 1964
ETIIILR OR BO III Mil II A $7.00 OKDLK OR MORE
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PLAY CHECKERS 1 FLAKES CLEANSER


WITH MR. MILTON LOEW REG. PKG. 3 5C 2 A s46c O .' '

I Mr. Loew Will Play 30 Games of

Checkers A L LAO N E TIME! IVORY LIQUID

SNOW JOY SUPERMARKET .
NOW TO PLAY
REGISTER Shop Monday thru Thursday} 8 a.m. to 6:30: p.m. .
' REG. PKG. 35 C KING SIZE 86*C Friday 8 amto 9 p.m/- Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. {
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I TMradq. Fetx.ury 1", t4 9TT I '


Man Charged as Enjoys Movies j I. ,


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the ( ivlc Association held its .

Kidnapper FreedIn ..JrNI lush supper at the civic
;;::111 ,m Feb :2(1!( and approximate-
"i MM I guests were on hand.

Circuit Court Atici the supper the guests and yjcrr'S

members, enjoyed five i movies!. \ :

With a directed verdict Clrcui t-,\ghi I Wonders was a movie on

Judge C. Pfeiffer Trow bridge! hili Rock sty) Another film "King
soil Mi featured the Idaho po- ,t ,
freed Preston Davidson! twcnt\ '
ale and green beans
nine, of HiH.borough Count I ;y ads ot India" showed the STUART

chaffed with fait. Impnuomncn "skis vnrshipped by die Indians.

and kidnapping" of II ning Booker I his was followed by two films by

Park boy last t November hi I OHSI (,uIrd; dealing with bout

It was brought out in, the trl.i "Iel\ WISH CAPIfALOF THE WORLD '
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was _. cF.JUt :;
that the boy' name given n PIOMFR HUB \
Elijah Jonw when it Uiould! have t I'LVNS his,II! FRY 'ifIlJ. .
,been Alorse Jones: alw that the< r. b f
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youth entered Davidsons car voluntarily .'4 t The Pioneer Club till hold a rJ ..
.f
and that It was not estabhOied fish fry; ,it the clubhouse on Horseshoe .
that either offense oc \ : Point on Sunday March 1kjinmng I

cured m Martin County : x't 1j n at 1 I:30: p.m. "All the
aFna
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John T. Hunter, charged will (' II' fish ou can eat" is the slogan
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of the dayOKU -
robbery was found not guilty hy; 'J' ) OJ
Hunter accused in connection '
I jury. was _'
with theft pf article from M (' C\RIMNS: CROUP '
Hutchinson 1 Island.A PLANS CARD PARTY
cart en I' ....
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RRY3t3a
robbery charge: in connection :., The regular meeting of the Cor- 1"-

with the none caw against Ear I : al Gardens Civic Association will .
C. Hunter was reduced to petty; d ;: be held Sunday March 1 at 3 r:

larceny. on a plea of guilty. :: pm. but the meeting place hat tI'S I
I ;;Cfiargesaga'"M James Tuck.. I been changed to the commission i : 1 URROAD

..',*., Robert M. Marlin: wen e ", '- .' -". '' :rs' room in the courthouse!, he-
dropped! cause the agricultural building ft

ft ,Ix>onnrd H.'Jackson' :first chargyd'with icing prepared for the county
: robbery waa allowed t to x Fair
} ga.yifti, I Don forget the card party to
enter guilty plea to aggravate ', he held at 8 p.m.. Tuesday! March f
'assault' and will await a pre-aen- t ROUGH'r
teftc investigation.MRRIAGF; .; 5 in the community room of the I i
f n 5 I First !National Bank of Stuart. ReI i I
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+ 9 frcshmcnts table prizes and door I

CENSE t.rr'V 1 prizes will be given.
IAPPIICATIONSTliornton I
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Lee Platt, Fort Pierceto MRS I SAMUEL UINGARDINIIRTAINS : '
Barbara Jean Asklof. Palm City I"OR SALERNo: ) Girl Scouts of Troop 80 received their cooking diplomas recently at the Sun- : : : \ NEIGHBORS

George Edward Low Jr. to Vcr shine Kitchen of the Florida Power and Light Company, OsceoU St Miss Bully Ann Stewart home j Mrs Samuel of Blacks-

lie Mae Lontoc both of Stuart economist t for the company instructed the four week cours Kneeling are: Nancy McPherson. Margo burg Va., entertained Wmgard her neighbors f ff Of,, 2'uf

Prosit and Carla Ha.irula Standing Corey Donn, Beverly Gaughan. and JoAnn Shelton in her St. I Lucie Inlet Colony (

._ .n ._____. ___ __ I home on Feb 19. .
gwcx's SERVICE 1
the hour the
During champagne
PtfIw Mecaae4a. Epuorth League! I I art work of a local artist, Henry

STANDARD Visits Bichekl, was admired at Mrs
;:. SALERNO NEWS Tampa
v Duty PORT Wmgird has several pieces of his

Several members of the Epworth work
287-9864 MRS VICKY PROSK Corrnponrtenl AT 72085'Charley'does League attended a Mid-Southern Guests were Mr. and Mrs Rol--

Habrajr St Lucl At. Conference m Tampa on Feb. I 15 and lucdcr, Mr. and Mrs. John
Port Salerno and 16. Warnsley and his mother Mn
Birth To 150 A new league was formed recently Warnsley Sr, Mrs. Donald Stewart -
Road Service
; in Union Springs Ala., and and Mrs. Benjamin Aucko--

Open 7 day. a week8i30 twenty-five young people and six witz from New Jersey who ft .vis-! c rf+,ur t 1t

7 a.aa: pale Illy-bitty Seahorses That Is adults joined the group that met I icing Mrs. Wmgard at present
at the Temple Terrace Southern I -
Methodist Church in Tampa PERSONALS
Salerno Seafood Market has a it (harlic, for obvious reasons' !
devoted to
: : l' I and week later! discovered Char- Saturday night was Last week our area was sad
: a ,
: l most unusual addition to ita fam- the program and business meetingand
former
dened the death of two
lie had given birth to approximately by .lib ..
dinner
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enjoyed a
: horses A everyone picnic residents, Brakes Smith of Salerno '
1M> little (
\ sea
; \.0 ily.A 'large seahorse (un.llt is much natural phenomenon with s e a- on the church grounds on Sunday Shores, and Paul J. Houlihan FIGHT SIGNS of this type, wan four sponsor, each carrying a message asking patience from motorists

bigger than the usual) was recently horses n that the female deposits before leaving for home. D D.S., who had stayed at Pirates while U.S. I is being four-laned, have been erected by Stuart Chamber of Commerce along the

1M.1 caught by J. High, who gave it to the eggs in the rule's pouch where Those who attended II.! from and Salerno Cove before moving to Riviera route through the city The added attractions are; left, Linda Feldman, Miss Stuart Jaycee, and Karen

I :;: Mr. and Mrs E. L Smith owners they are hatched and then ejected) family.were Brenda: Rev.i Bennett D. Knight J David i Beach Broomc, former Miss Stuart Jaycee

' of the Salerno Seafood it, Market.named Mrs. Smith has the seahorses ina Tucker Mrs Madeline Pedersen, Mr and Mrs A. Mumford and I --- .-.--
quickly adopted
They salt water aquarium and feeds and I of Salerno
4 Under Man of Vickie Stuhhlcfield Cheryl! Mrs. Joe Reinhardt
ffcment -- then) on shrimp eggs and other Thomas 1 he next meeting will be I Shores visited Miami Shores recently Aimed at Being, Sell-supporting, !
Capt. Tnky I'Alltebl'ellien seahorse delicacies. These fish held .Al.ihnm.iKHMHKim_. business and to
in I on spend -
AT 1.114'Shipyard -
Salerno ; Circle 1 Meets present! a most interesting spectacle : ;' __.- some time with friends '
A to the onlooker and vimton, are IMIRIAIN:

: AT f- rsiiwmmra Circle Church I of met the Southern Wednesday Methodist afternoon welcome. \ come and ace Mrs Joseph Reinhardt has been C We Bauer are sorry of Coral to hear Gardens that Mn has. Higbee Defends Golf Course 'Fees

at Mr). Hazel Shaws' home dults busy entertaining friends from been confined to her home with
CAR Jennie Wilbur the de. Young Group nut-of-town these. past weeks. .
Mrs. gave .
votional and reported 0 nth e Holds Get-together I dusts are Mr. and Mrs Ambrose pleurisy Here Lower Than Most Coast
World Day of Prayer. I Brown of Villas N. J.: Mr. and Mrs William Reidcnbakcr, Mn. as on
.
Discussion of plans for the ,il. A fellowship get-together of theyoung Mrs L. Parker of Maple Shade, Lewis Rumfola. Mrs. Frank Finke
school N. J.: Mr. and Mrs C. Shaffer and Mrs Joe Reinhardt hav re
ver tell, to be held at the church held adult at the Sunday home of Bill group and of Palmyra N. J.: Mr. and Mrs turned from a recent trip \to St. I Editor Stuart News: t to noneVe had a perfect plot of I directors would have "lower fens
hull on March 24 took place. Mrs was I work with and, hiringa ,or none at all. However it costs
Marie Slangcr on Saturday evening Units Rumfola of Sprmgvillc N. Petersburg and Tampa where The M.irtm County golf course ground to
JACK'S GULF Naomi, Hauscnbauer, Mrs Roberta Y., and Mr. and Mrs William they enjoyed visiting all pointsof is owned by Martin County and golf course architect we pro'ceeded money to operate a golf course and
Irwin, Mrs Florence Bullard, and refreshments were Remdenhaker of Palmyra, N. J. intere..t.Mr. operated entirely by the Martin to go as far as financesand we 'have promised t h e County
Games
STATION Mrs. Mark Witham Mrs. Genevieve conditions would Commission that will i be self-
we
Mr and Mrs John The people from Springville, N. County Golf and Country Club permit
Merritt, Mrs. Trula Osborn, Pedersen enjoyed by and Mr. and Mrs Y.. who are in Florida get together and Mrs.! Jerry Olsen of a non-profit corporation formedfor At the present time we have supporting in the next year and
All Swrlc Guaranteed Mr Bertha Mooney and Mrs Mr Keith Bowen family and family, Mr. and every year and hold a picnic Mendota, III., spent! a week with this purpose No officer, director eighteen holes in good conditionand noi require tax money to supple-
lack Sanndmon Owner Rosa Quigley were present Mrs. Winston Woodson! and Mr. at various, designated spots. This their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.Collet or member received any highly praised by all who playit. ment our income.
ASA fort Salerno AT 7-2028 Wilda king and Eileen Woodwardwere and Mrs Charles Bennett. year Fort Pierce was the site and I Also guesting with t the Collets compensation for his efforts in The club finances are near the This is a report from the officers -
guests _--'--- Mrs.. Reinhardt was the guest of were Mr and Kirs. Fortier of behalf of the golf course and all even mark but we have paid all and directors of the Martin
Mr and Mrs. Rumfola Sarasota money collected in this operation hills up to date The Martin County County Golf and Country Clubto
goes to the maintenance and improving Commissioners have cooperated the commissioners and residentsof
Mr. and Mrs Albert Olsen
PIONFFR ('I UR 1101 Olii Bensons of of the golf course with us in every way and today Martin County letting forth
cousins, of the Waller
1>..S ERr CARD PiRlY Salerno Shores, visited with them Approximately three years ago we have a course to be proudof where the golf course is today and

A dessert-card party was held last week The Olsen are from the directors awoke to the fact that and one that is bringing in new what we are trying to accomplish,
not for the of the
Wednesday, Feb. I 19\ by the Pioneer Wittenberg Wii, and are spend- the course could not continue as residents and tourists every day membership
club but for Martin
Are now paying a large monthly service Club( at its Horseshoe Point ing the winter months on the West a the small nine-hole course built with and all As in all progress there is somedissension We sincerely County believe as wohave awhole
you clubhouse CoastCharles, new courses being among the people of
Refreshments were served by improved around us. This includes the county on various\ aspects of done natt job and hope tocontinue
i
the hostess Mrs. Elliott Rice. A Bachcllor hat been Port M IAMM Fort Pierce Vero the course The directors of the future, and thank
checking account? Among those who attended entertaining Mr and Mrs Lawrence Beach. Tcqucsta, North Palm course have one purpose in mindin the commission and all others for
charge on your were: Mrs. Carl Markwordt, Mrs Martin from Bloomfield, N. Beach, Palm Beach National Atlantis all of the actions pertaining \to their. full support and cooperation

M W. Hale. Mrs. td Godfrey. J. The Martins visited friends" on Palm Beach Gardens and the golf course:
Mrs Anthony Victor Mrs John the West t Coast and have been many othen all of whom were To have a good interesting course Very truly,

+ Henke. Mrs Charles (onrad. Mrs.I.e..ter traveling around Florida. Martin building or rebuilding to bring to play with the smallest t cost to Ed Highee
Trowbridge. Mrs. Roy and Bachellor are old school their courses up to meet the great I all players possible and yet main
Decker Mrs Junes. Brown Mrs chums They both taught school at increase in play and found to be tain the quality of the course
George Holdcn. Mrs Jessie John- Fssex County Technical High In necessary to bring tourists and Nurses Need
Not ANY ,, Mrs. Newark N. J new residents into their various There is considerable contro-
Most of OUR Customers Do Pay non Mrs. G }I. Flanagm. very over our fees. However, the

1 George Fritz, Men Jack Whitficld Mr and Mrs. Edwin Brown and communities directors feel these charges are One More
I, .. Mrs A. Padover, Mrs CeceliaKorytLocky. family of Hibiscus Park have been Martin i County had to keep paceor fair to all and very reasonable to
Mrs Helen Fafafm, lose much needed influx of
1 Service Charge! playing host to Mrs Browns mother. a compared to other courses The
: Mrs Theodore Stogler, Mrs. T. new into our community.The .
Mrs Dessie Bovie from Mar money schedule of our fees run as follows Form Unit
W. Cook and Mrs Jay Freed. ion. Ind. Mn Bovie will remain directors of the club proceeded :
", Mrs Ada Kopystecky: won the ed enlarge the course by adding
weeks.Stopping
door prize, and tible prizes were here for several five with their own help and Initiation fee ... ...$10000 Nurse! of the Stuart area planto
+- won by Mrs Charles Conrad, Mrs off visit with what money they had to work with. Single membership... 11000( ) form a local chapter of the
George Holdcn. Mrs G \V Fritz the Carl Rydells orot Coral Gardens These holes were opened in the Associate member .... 20.00 Florida Slate Nurses' Associationand
and Mrs. M. W. Hale were Mr. and Mrs. Herman fall of 1962 but much to the dis- School age member. 15.00 the American Nurses' Associ
We Are As Close As Your Mail Box: a'. jjj j: Rave of Hollywood may of all concerned they had Green fee all day... 3.JO ation-but need one more member

UNDERGOES EYE SURGERY! still only fourteen holes and these I 10 play books ......... 30.00 \to do so.
I Word has been received that t Mr. and Mrs Peter Rooney were not up to surrounding courses 20 play books ... ...... 5500 At the present time, it Is necessary
Mrs. Delores Rodenhaugh's son from Ovid N Y.. visited Mr. and and therefore not conducive to 30 play books ... .. 75.00)( for the nurses to travel to
Lawrence McCabe of Bridge-ton, N. Mrs. Hauscnbauer good golf and did not bring in the Flee earn 9 holes .. 4 00 West Palm Beach to attend meetings -

-+ 1n J., is In the Wills Eye Hospital in I Miss Edith Roberts and Fred anticipated play that the course' Elec carts, 18 holes 6.00 and of to their participate in the activities -
had to nave to survive. Hand carts. 50 professional organizations -
Philadelphia where he is under- Gamlm of Alpena Mich., were .
going a cornea transplant The re- guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Ry- A general meeting of the membership Prvt carts, annual I 15000 A meeting was held Monday,

nulls of the operation will not be dell of Coral Gardens was called and with approximately i I Thus a single member joining feb. 10. at Martin Memorial Hot-
known for a year, but we are all 80 per cent of the .
the club will SI SO upon joining petal in an effort to organize the
best t of luck. We are to that Mn. voted pay
wishing him the very sorry report membership present it was
for the tint and thereafter proposed branch.
< The
Noted for Friendly Personal ServiceFirst ... Chester Signer his: entered Palm StMary's by a majority to proceed with j \ $8000 per year ye"r.IoMe the secretary of the Florida executive State
in West
FIRE. AUXIURYInn! Hospital plans and construction of an urtood..te book Nurses'
buying a thirty-play I Association Mn June
Thursday at 7:30 p.m., eleven Beach for additional treatment due I eighteen-hole course second person
wish will pay S2. 0 per day green fee. I Beau van, attended and detailed
Friends all
members of the Auxiliary met at to a recent injury.
When comparing this to other necessary procedure! Twenty paid-
the firehouse! for the February her a speedy recovery
and MnFrank courses around us: I up members are needed to forma
Brownsville, Pa. Mr
meeting Lois Saunderson reported PIR.\U'S 'OVE NEWS Bentz, Elsmere; N. Y., and Port St Lucie: initiation none,: new district and nineteen nurses
Chairman
/ the recent card party, Mr and Mn Willis Hiatt Allcgan, dues $240; green fees, $3 50 andS I are anxious to become members.
Bank of Indiantown on at thanked The Hobby Club met Monday $ weekends. One more nurse is needed.
and !Mich.
which was big success c afternoon with twenty-two of the Fort Pierce Initiation, $123,: The new organization would be
all who helped ladies present Hostess for the day dues $ITS' green fees. $4 I known as the Martin County Dis-
Ii/ President Doris Johnson requested was June Ehrhardt PTA HSII FRY Vero Beach: initiation $350;: trice No. 42 of the Florida State
r.. \\TOWN I FLORIDA that members who go to WAS BIG SUCCESS i dues, $225: green fees, $5.50 ani!! I 1 Nurses' Association. Officer of
7j the fire calls refrain from follow Due to the coolness of the weather -
: A fish i fry sponsored by the $7.50 weekends the embryonic organization are
e ing too closely behind trucks to Thursday, the Pirate's, Day" I Mn.
Parent Teacher Association, held I North Palm Beach initiation. Sarah Timon, president; Mrs
Telephone S 7-2U1( avoid blocking traffic. picnic at Peeks: Lake was postponed Friday night at the civic center I none, dues $166, green fees $6 Helen Brober:. treasurer and Mrs.
I 4( The Auxiliary admired the new A hot dog and beam roast was a huge success at vast 400 The directors feel WI have a, 1 Eleanor Ackermann, secretary.
coffee urn. recently purchased, was held on the grounds instead dinners being served Airs Dorothy good golf course with reasonable
when refreshments were served by The evening spent playing games Flute, chairman wants to thank fees and an asset to our commum: I i Illinois contains 1.251 municiI -

f MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT:; INSURANCE CORPORATION Judy Johnson and Helen Enge- left everybody in good spirits. one and all for their excellent cooperation ty, I pahties within its borders, more

pretsen. De- Visiton last week included Mr. in helping make the affair Our fee were based on our op. i than any other Mate. Pemuyrvaaia
I ores Pig-in-the-poke Rodenbaujh was. won by and Mrs. George Adamson, a success eratmf east and, if possible, th i )Tanks second and Iowa t1 rd.SGfl .

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m. Scouts Celebrate54th / THE STUART (FlorIda) NEWS
Event Friday', March 6, to Bene fit Band Thursday/ February 27, 1964 I I-C
nirtluiav/ in

Ft. Pierce MeetA Parents helping make the event a
'Blossom Time' Operetta ComingTo lueccu were: Mrs. Robert Kuhn,
full .celebrating the fifty Mr Robert Peck, Joe Greenlees,
foiulh t"rlhI.I.f Boy Seouting Joe Tanner Sr.. Ed Rollison Sr..
11.1' "I1)'d) I .it FlIrt Pierce re- Morton Poster. Robert T a tl j e ,
New High School AuditoriumThe I anus h\ I Iroop 41N( ) of Stuart and Charles Paul and John Keller,
,'lh'l i troops. packs. and posts in
Ihr I n.d aunts ()I\lncl.
I hr" ,,'I'''In. tun kicked: oil! with Ask SportsmenTo
!Mart ( .'unl) High School
) l'de I "t I ill I 111111.11 I II I I d.lII.i
Band will sponsor frinSchu, -I.i ,,Ill I It: .,it t Ihirliinlh Street on Confabs
bert-Sigmund R"I1I rlldelight on
I'' ,'r \111. nd i ml ng at the
ful three-act operetta "810'111<"1111 1 ik, R;, I.,tionil I1.irk! on Twcn
Time presented hv Open Lyrics II IIflh t I strut where the hungry 1954.65 RulesMartin
of the Palm Bights, I Inc nonprofit ,
i I h. I' could hufood'" ( anal try
educational opera group then ,Ml the mum game/ booth County iportsmcn are
now hOCking state-wide recognition .1 t III' I" ill& district) scouting units. reminded that the Game & fresh
The presentation. the first. of 0 Ih; I nalc i sons a i eimphre com Witer Fish I Commission .19 holding l
its kind in Marin (.ounty. will take mem+,",: "I t 7 pn the Order of public meeting! to hciir opinion
place at the brand! new Martin thi \II ,'w was in charge of thisnun ol hunters and fishermen in ad
it.J. Count) High School: Auditorium s I ,.I 'the dis proerun There vance of setting the rules for the
on Friday) evening March 6. at 8 rA. : I \1_" '" ,III In.ban, ihiKis b> memx 1464-61 season
p.m and Mill hcnclit the hand to ,I'I II"", Order 11 the Arrow here will be meetings i at Vero
defray the cost. of new uniforms. a ahiah II,. 10111.-,1 I Junior Assistant! Reach on March: 1 and .it Okceeholxe '
according to Band Director Le- s'OIl"'h'h'r: ,' I I 1.- I 1.IIII1I'r. Iroop City on March 4 Both will
Jt," Moyne E Roll 400 \111.1'1.' the I impfire wan be at county eourthousc No
( twJr r ., Blossom Tune which will be f :losei* nth the annual/ "Tap-Out" I meeting is scheduled for Martin
presented in English has a cast of l its ", ,'tits and I sioiilin for the County
of sixteen and a ballet ensembleThe I )rde of I I the Arrow. which i Is the "The desire of the majority,
product will star Stuart halt01.0 i'its ol lln Scouts. In. \s\ expressed! at the meetings. will
own Virginia (Ginger) Mayes, Kf I luileii III the "Llp-oul"I | were Ed- be incorporated( into the wildlife
r ri Tt i' daughter' of Mr and Mrs. CharlesMayes. r CI um Kollistn senior patrol lead) regulations: unless these recomnumotions .
Mr. Mi>'es was manager f n I' mil K Krl. I fork. seoiitmis would endanger future
of both Stuart theatres for quitea Ice "rl I roof 4HMiniKis ( hunting or fishing! being biologicully
few years.Besides I vt ol, I Iiogo| 400)( .illendng unsound;' ''Ir:: L, Ir. Oaincy:
Fc Miss Maycs, who will t1 I Ilu ill-di\ IMII were: Jay regional manager
y s r ? s Yttsr. ling the lead tun nine role In the llruns. ( h.nlis 1 lur\e i, Andy IVrk I he- rules and regulations will
S as.J operetta we find Jules and Hilde- ,' Cnir\ Ilhotl.t I ilm foster. lie set at Tallahassee" In the later
'LL gard Gvon. former members of I h tries! tininkis. John llolinenlUNn pint of April, said (mmey.
the Budapest Opera C ompany. The Kuhn Mike,! \lithms Rob
Ciyoni gave successful recital at hI Peck, Jim Schwur: Ken 1' itelilwin :. All five species of rhinoceros
the Methodist C hurch in 1961 in Yyt01ht Kullison and I Joe Tanner In of extinction
and Julius Cyor producer-director team of the Opera Lyrica of the Paint Beaches, rehearse ire danger .
Stuart with their two Peter ---- -- -- --- -- --- -
a scene in the second act of Blossom! Time:' scheduled for the high school jD'mnasiulIat 8 sons
and Jules Jr the Gyoris are the
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p,m. Friday, March 6, artistic! directors of Opera Lyncu.
Other leading roles are also inprofessional

I 1 ,....., ax," '' ITn r -<:r lure water-control. hinds William Nus-.
sen, former concert linger! of European
Martin district supervisors! elected concert !halls, will sing Franz ,c s+,. l"tIIII; ; 11 air Stales .
Soil Conservation NewsBy to purchase 1963 photo index Schubert.

sheets for the district office, Stuart The operetta has a hilarious by lieaitty I ixpe'ts11P
story and (the humor departmentwill
LEE CASON JR. ; they asked Supervisor Sanorto
he in the experienced handsof ,
-. obtain a Florida Banker Award Harry O Peterson (Mueller),
to be presented an outstanding! district Murray Nash! (Count tstcrhazy),
Martin Soil Conservation District meeting at Indiantown recently
co-operator in the near fu I Jeanne Dcnzcr (Countess E>
Supervisors Dean Smiley, Tom Area Conservationist Leslie A Ja ture; they setup the districts tcrhozy), Arthur T Stanton (So- .- .
Clements, Walter Hupfel, Ctrl I cobsen of Sebring was a guestMuch speaking contest and Soil Stewardship lien), and Hcnci Harmon (Greta, ,
Sanor and Jim Foster! were presentat of the meeting was consum Week for 1964; and, they the maid).
ed discussion of watercontrolfor
in The takes the audience batk
agreed on a local tot raising play
the district! monthly business western! Martin County andover plan /
funds for the district, temporarily to 1818 in Vienna and presents an
-all Martin County, A major Martin Soil Conservation District actual love episode of the life of VIRGIN:\ (GINC.IK) MVVhS of Stuurt will sing the (lead in the
ity of the supervisors now appear Franz Schubert. Melodious Schu
GA STORAGE to favor an overall watercontrolplan and the Junior ConservationClub feminine role in the three 't operetta Blossom Time" to be !presented
bert songs, in the adaptation of PtYSalQn
WAREHOUSE involving Flood Control District of Stuart will combine effortsin popular Sigmund Romberg, I in by Opera Lyrica of the Palm Beaches, 'Inc under sponsorship .
preparing a conservation booth
and U. S. Corps of Engineers. elude. Serenade" You Are
for the Martin County Fair The My of Martin County rigs School I Band In the new High Shod
In a secret vote, taken at a wa Song of Love" "Ave Maria" and 8 March 6drcd .
Storage by the district is currently assisting the auditorium ut p.m. Friday .
ter-control meeting for landown others. Authentic scenery, cos- MHS KRIS I Ol 11.RSI.N: : Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN! BLVD,
Fair Association with
ers on Feb. 6, ten out of eleven of the drainage!: tunics and furnishings will com 'i Supermarket, W W t..Jnc's Store and at the St. Lucie ( oun Mil \\,UIONPUIIM :\
Day Week landowners voted for FCD and provements fairgrounds im'l plcmcnt the presentation; which 5 & 10) Store, Stuart Department( I try Club from Mrs. Auer, social : !: !SKNthru' ; Saturday PHONE 21740153I
Month Year an overall water-control plan. DOLLAR HIKE IN has been termed Opera Lyrics More the Art Mart, Bryant Drug director
Another landowners meeting is HSIIINC. LICENSE: most successful, most entertaining
USED FURNITURE & scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Feb 28 BENEFITS flSIIIlSG operetta production.
Sunset Estates
APPLIANCES at Indian town and this meeting The colorful operetta is enter I '
A1A GOLDEN GATE should determine what route Mar' Florida's resident fishermen will taming to young and old alike, Ingeniously Elects OfficersThe '64 Corvair Monza
tin County will take in solving fu spend an anticipated $308,100 during combining instrument
L the 1963-64 fishing season to and vocal music, drama and art annual meeting of Sunsi I
improve fresh water fishing. This Blossom Time" may be the Chevrolet
Estates Property Owners Association by
fresh water fishing improvementfund forerunner, if successful! for such ,
INTERIORS PLANNED is derived from a $1 increasein operas as Hinstl and Gr'iel.1! was held ut the First Na' I

i th -cost :('ih resident tuning "Th Land of Smiles. 'Cavallcria I tlohil Bank Feb. 10 at 8 (pin "aiea+lYtf
You license and used for improvement Rustlcana," 'Pagliaccl" "Amah Officers were elected ami pllLlllmud. I 't
For To of fresh water fishing and the Night Visitors" and others ., for the coming year us
Your Taste According to A. D Aldrich director now in the repertory of the company .
Reflect New officers are: Ted Kellogg
Game and Fresh Water ,
CALL Fish Commission, $1)0000 1 ( )() of Both the junior and senior high president; Trace Henry, vice president k..1 ?
the anticipated $308,100 has been band members will be selling tick : George Weber secretary; a
allocated for construction of fishing eta for this affair In addition, Charles Luhahn. treasurer Dirce-
The Steele'sHobe lakes, construction /and reno tickets are also on sate at Km Ion are: Harry Halscy, Andrew I Ii 'e1Bf
vation of fish hatcheries, and genera ferrara, Ed Miller Ralph Bcert,
Sound Fla. 546.4881 ) improvement of existing fish and Floyd Dille.
management areas Members present were: Mr. and
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George[ Weber Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Kellogg, Mr und Mrs. Triee\ Henry .
Card PartyFiftysix Mr and Mrs Iloyd U lie. Mr
Blakely'sFAMOUS and Mrs Harry H.ilsey, Mr and
persons attended t the Mrs. Bert BeN and Mr und Mrs.
card party Feb 11 at the Rio Civic Andrew Ferrari
Club Mrs, Hubert Klein was in ------

chare!: of refreshments, assistedby '
LABEL Mrs, George Curran, Mrs Fran Professional

ces Markus Fcrenz and Mrs. August I I Hearing Aid Service .as P '#Egx ale

The door prize was won by Mrs. JAY A. BYRNE
AI Wilson
Certified Aid ,
Table prizes were won by: Mrs. Hearing
Charles Conrad, Mrs Paul Hes- Audli>l L>t
ton, Mrs Russ Shoemaker, Mrs.
in w '
Specialists Quality HearingAids
Filomena D'Avanzo, Mrs Anne t v.rw 4
5ttt Batteries, Far Molds and It ) i ir.4
torn, Mrs, August Markus, Mrs ft ,a ;
Henry Spencer, Mrs. W Okomoto' : Repair of All Makes. k /
Mrs. Frances Hein, Mrs. Bertha 107 Atlantic Ave, It Time a
Sewald, Mrs Edna Sunguigns, (Opposite St uric Bank)
Mrs. Carl Heailey, and Mrs Carl HOward 1.3035
SIZES 5 10 16 ; '' Blast .
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'64 Corsair Menu Club Coupe
Off / ; Only $10,000Liability .
(that puts superior traction under you)

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SUSAN THOMAS : ? '
f Some ear do best on the highway. Others and flat cornering: make anything: from

seem tailor-made for city driving. ruHh-hour driving to parking a cinch.
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MODERNO DOMANICONTINUING Then thert'g Corvair-that gets along Take botk-rotul driving. The weight of

just great mOlt anywhere. Swishing along Corvair' engine bearing down on the rear

- u_ __ a highway. Scurrying around in traffic. wheels given them remarkable gripping
Or wading through a soggy trail. power on most any surface, whether it's

CLEARANCEFINAL $100,000 liability suits arc common these Tak highway driving. Corvair's got a !loose, solid,dry,wet-or even snow covered.

MARKDOWN bigger dew engine with horsepower up Something tine you can take note of,

ONE days, be it auto, farm, home or business. nearly, 19% in the tandard version. But too: There's no radiator to overheat or

RACK DRESSES WOOL 1 in eoM figures! don't Impress you,just wait run dry. No hoses to chock or replace. No

SKIRTS and SLACKS BLOUSES Off It can mean ruin. Let us check your insurance until you head a Corvair for some fur- need for antifreeze.The engine's air cooled.

I' COTTON SKIRTS SWIMWEAR 2 problems. No Obligation. away pta ce8.You'll get the mea! uge. Beginning to sound Ike a car you can

I Broken Sizes and Styles Take city driving. Corvair' really warm up to? Then there'sonly

.. trim size,light itecring (bccaiue .,"/ .I llil one thing left to take:a ride

the engine\ weight's in the rear; in one at your Chevrolet dealer's.THE .


R. V. JohnsonRealtor CWAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chivrsbt Chisels.Ckery U. Cenalr Census

Blakely'; Set them..!at your Chevrolet Showroom

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"Prestige At Popular Prices"OPEN 1" AT 7-3366 : Bill Greene Chevrolet CompanyCOLORADO

MONDAY: AND FRIDAY TIL 9 PJkt FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING

120 N. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce HO 1.2134I
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: THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Tlmr diiv. rchniarv 27. 1964 FRIDAY-
Aft.,*., tinH. .Am.""... n.od.I..d I -. Hawaiian 1:,. 10 K.nitOcN Crook SpeaksTo
(lOam. oc Mmdsy. ..."n II Know Vour fluSh" I Contact ((all I Pr.'Uon' Pin'. (nit) IS ighuf. of Ih. Gold CoaitSi4

COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS I Si It-A M..I.I Laura.. sos-a 7 Wath Th*Mr Ta.. ::..... I I It Florida nontmaitny form" II*-Kw 4 ._WaJt, r OnMlM. Club 'Moral Support'
Civic
I too 10 Movl. "Th* tirrat Mallry," II Highway PatrolYV II Nlghtllf on INc Gold Co.!

4:SO-4 Mo.).. "it.).. Pa.... ,,011-4 Laa.l (Color) 'iOO-:1 gfcoltoll
Bfc. 4-WtV3. Miami I !1C.US. WRTU rl.dw$ atust-R.. llaMng* **>*. f Mnvl Tom _" So? :'n."1" t.7 MUI Dam MM ) Sum' .
U: t-.WPTV. Paha B ark ,N.S,0.1 wh.n> In thin, awrtloaTh. $no-* m't", '**..ar.dl It *''., RP..M*. *W.alh.r t M.vl.*. 'Mlatw Rnb.rt. Out-fall Canal
Sh. 7-WOKT, Miami (NBA .. 'l 1. ur..gram. I.tlnwan. furnhihl S ChamfkmMilii: Howling It runaway Patrol In Rio MeetA
H,4s. me.,, (Valient W, llfltr mlnr" ) ,,3_4 Mr rtmrife Martial
WLHvtr-TV. Miami (ABC .l 1 by 'ih. l 1.1o,1.I"n l n.uona' Tk. Hluan P.30-I.} MB. Novak
|s. iWSMT.TV W..l Pata BM.IlABJl. 1'1.' .. I. not ......*1..10 to. Myprogram :: f..1'"j..nr.th.... loon'S.Eosic S 1 t-T Mom.nl of Blwn. a.l.,.||Wall Jaml Clan MePhavUir., iCclop html C imt Agricultural Engineer
I ahang. Kcnncti
) 9100-- Burflld* Big '
:mnln: rtin :011-4 IM Sullivan)) Bho. 5,00-4 Rig Mow covered dish nipper preceded
WroatllnfIt
WFDNFSI> AYPEB U DNFSI) \Continued .,O5 ., N....,joors... Wantha.I I Co II,..... HIt, S'5o-u7 OHndl 1,30-1 las Jt'''roSa, (Color) the buiitwM meeting) of (the Rio Harris asked the Martin ( numCommhwion

M lli, n-t *,... Allra Hh.. f,Hmn.M.. ..W*Two.l.. ono '. .., "n"..,." ',IOWtAl.... It'll Arraat and t Trill. Ie.I .puM.PHS. MoRn'a, ), \Navy Civic Club on Thursday Feb. 13. at a recent meeting
: 7 TonIght with Ji.hnnF c..... (Color) ,, 7 loud 7 Thou* .,00.-, Jud, Garland Show i
M;rnln' | in Mm'If. '''ro...,'' 1 -It los Uocim.nIaimi Hum 10.lt Prof.ialnnal Rnwlm' Tolt.lt ,.' ..7 Bonana ,01-1.7, ? Illsbard. Show lion.. ShowIC'tC e..th John Roman chairman of th. for "moral lurport"In mnttruction
tlfoatoot !
(Hum M Monday ..mit") It marllitht( Thratr* t It: = "10tHI', I.,104 ...- 5,0.i 1='. ItiOO, -4 Candid C._.* .:. -10 "Rnio F>pnr.n| (tartnona" ) (ItiSO, -I Movl 0 lola a-7 Hhow of the WorN (Color) (harlcs Merrill
.
', Bait ., the P..s World at Hnnrta4lt 10 Mo,.).. "Th. .,_4 Jaak 8 .ny leonard Newman western section of Martin (
V\hnl.' Truth
nunu
Mori '
B 00 It Muhtvatrk
: -4 Movie" "i'n$*. Arunitnon"Mivln I 0 7 Ulak Pow.ll TkMtr. Ruwald
; "AdvtnHllsi-. HAlt. ',oe-il' )i.I. t rfuntlyi.Brltikly ..*.... --l 'fbrnrta _1.1 II Champlon.htp HowllntieiW Howard Popp. Frank I The commission )listened .
It Th* Jiiiont ig.lt |>foMnSiOO -4 What IttOO-4 Garry Moor dhnw and Henry Soencer ,'" i
...... - - II Nhrht UK :of th* Oold Caa II Howard 1C. 8r....LlMl 5.? Our Mon :In Waailhgoo l Jack Shorter postponed' action for further Ill, ,
4 BaUIril4I
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., Wit). (Color) "
And (sIt
THURSDAYFEBS7 ,4'-4 hams-wIlt. VII"I. 1.1 '' o.ak.l| introduced Thomas
(item .. Monday *.* ptt .' N.w.-Huatlay, BrloklMIt Mr. lii >kIt lliOO-'.-4-t.T.tt Now.. "'...... Sport* lt .II Th '"IrIU.. Al Walker Harris, of Harris-Wood Aisoc
.
12:IS A "Man Whit l.ovd Kadhadai "" .. IS WorU.. of front It Maw. 11./1 *' *.... Watkr, Sp'S4II Crook superintendent of Martin Pierce
Fort
,IMI-I Ovvrland' Trail.I I il Ron Oorhnm. NtlOO .,110Pion..... 11015Mn.?'.. -No TI... for b.ovn" N._ schools. who was guest ales told the torn.
I In i Movie oobor from Rmklyn4i30 Morning, ,, -4 World t.yond I High flood t* Dan,*t AM...,., Hlark Narrl..u.' iiis'0'l N._ Waatiwr Bport County mission that h i 11 client, florid(
4 Movl, "Hrtlrct Vwdlft".. (Ham. .. Monday .......') t M 0010",,",. 1.h......*, .*h..a WorkIng Em.).. 10 Miami) Uliaovarws I lit*-4 M..... "rumba" speaker Citrus Industries Inc. 1
,. H.r Way Through rollrg- II Uov.rnm.nl of th* fo l 10 I1 i --., Tonight. witb lohnny Car. Mr. and Mrs. it Inlet
; Movl. 'Nlnolrhka'. ,,00-11 Rot? .u.. '.o.-( N...., (port*, W alhr. : Other guests were
in
estcd
in Y | tl.. T Th Honymoom .. I 0 II NlHhtwaMh) M*. drainage in western Mai,
"R r ,, . 14. Anne Horn
:11-4: .1. 8 m itr, "Outlln( I II HIhu, I'alrol) 4iO -U Movl M.. t 10 M nvl.. Th. Thwat"ii William Kehort Mrs
BOO: --10 Yowl Bear *t Hlitory ot Art ,30In..tloo., Sh.. tint) .. -.. H..II. I.. _ .BiarMvht THat. and Mr and Mrs. H. Schclzcl. tin County particularly) an nn
1:45: -I photogranhy t 00- I Mnvl.. Hlorm W..I.." III.II l)..try t Pow :soc Park (raclnJT 11,110-I Movl. th fall canal into Lake Okecchnr,_
; Mnvl., llhfnlthfiilly, Your." I't. I *,30-4 Bout It Mnrlria ,KnmmIt MONDAY 10 Bpanlah Naw Mrs. William Ocsner of or the St Lucie Canal that
E..nltsOO.4.H A II........ 1-7 lft) :I4op.IC. : Muvl. UiDtnana Ton'o.'p")) MARCH a 5.00.-Il N.ht.strh) .0910 Garden Club ol' Stuart presentedthe : wmii'
lawiM ti4,-I Muntloa r.(ilo.)loB 011 Mu.10) drain a considerable area inckui)
1'1.' ... W.alh ... ; Club with an orchid tree
: Kliortu" (Rim *a Monday .11) *, -4 Twilight Son Morelnt - -- -- Civic
7 Now. anil,$ W..it' ,.. ISilS-,' Movl. "rh. Oth.r I...." 1-7 Tw Tw 1w ,..00Mn.tounl 1,00-1.' Comlnatl ClaMotilt ) WEDNESDAYMARCH which will he planted in front of Ing part of the Barley Burin r

I'l' Movl. Mil. Too Many Glrll"It 1:00,: t Antholngy, Th..lr. 10-11 Th. Prim la Right j it 'Bloaranhr N.wa.) W.alh.r, Riwl. -4 )HunrlM II..,oral... "I....... ofrri twamp' .
': II roOmm..Art. Oiv.liIS III Mnvl. Kt.r. Hit.. Rv.4il ." 10,00, 4 Alfred tlU. ...k <> *<>. aoil II..... 4 the clubhouseA
.. 7 tins Hunt.....AdvMiturd t.7 Jan) ..... TlSO. -* Jaclil) GI.) ....* Ii30, '-I Colla-. ol lie Air report on t h e Rio-Jensen HJrris said his client would construct
II 1'1.' ... : Movl It.II fight of ih. WwVjetao Hlir.i.'JU1. .."*"* a., Contln.i.i.1, l-laiarooat (Oolr) Morning Drive was given the cnn.il on his own. hm,'
4,30 ( Mnvl... r.nl.nnl., .). IIum...." -.4 Portrait t.o-it 8unHw H.nol.r (I... aa Monday mart) Beach tommumiy
214 WwillwrI ? Mov N'. I'aniag* W..IS in Wymt. l-arB sae-4 Tb. ll.rnil.rt 0,45-S 1'1.' .. I* HpantokT tilO-S Today BhowtiOO and Club l President Jack Shorter that he wanted support ol i h _
:30-4 1'1.' .. :4S It Kmliaiay Trav.l.r 10,48, -14 Mak That Hf.r* I0.lt I.owr.o.. Wi-lli )Miin.Mn Almana -4 Movl.. "1'S. Pr.ilil.nt) I.ady" make the County Commission before ..
r Hunll.y.Urlnkl.r. Rrvort Ilieo-...-,-.. daw, n.**<*.. (pvrtl11J .iM-J.7 Movl... Violent Saturday" t:IS-It N..., WthrTiOO 7 Movie' Ih. JoUon )Hlory (IM I Ihinkcd all who helped pro
10 Bii..rroot EvMiInftiOO II Paws .,V-4 Mill)) Mum,.. -4 fonry I'laylimiii, 10130-14 A w.... World drive a success for Rio. ceedin,.
11 Night Llf. on th* Gold Cn.., Movl.. "Ahandoa HMi'" 10.11lnll,.nn' Palais VarlMyin .. i
4 Tod., .
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4-1 N..., W...... Aftaraoaii The next meeting will he March County Commissioner lick \Viiliamson
4S I N.wi Wall.r Crnnkll (port 1130 H.? hnn Cabanat .. 4 iinnanink) ,.311-4 N....
r,.7. N.' ... Huiill., llrliikk-r, 1'1.' .... W.*th.rIII Moo)I., -WOIlt Rlith I Vour.SATURDAY I II. 0-It llnlaurnablrtIt III. turn,'i (!*_ .. Monday *.*at> 5 and will he the birthday sup told Hirrn that there u,,'
10 It N.... Mivln Lhrlmonh.r. BlrongtllO Won,, Th. i.oiv II Conwdy Tim 12,11-. Non". "In th* Good Old i chair.nloln. .
all
f,004 iw.lh' V.IN, t).rt -It CommBIIS siaN-,5 "Nlhiwnioh'-VSrlst :.Oi4t It-li Mali* flat Spurs ,,39-10 Hut Not ForcottMtK "," ." per. Mrs. Henry Spencer is an over county drainage pun
//1I.kl.bo'l7 Hounls ., -7 B.anunl 4.0-al' hioti. N., S I:too=4. t, t, 10, it Nwi >-10 ro..... I!o ETr'o..rland' Tralli ta consider and (that the mailer
Illlko II N... .. :i.os-ib| 1 Topa :la dnortaIII. .,_4 Capuli In,ai .11 Dial An O_. .,,3111'1.' ... .:I rhamplon.hl) WrMllhir" .1 Today Manly. R.d HklM of Mnn commis
1130, I hronlrl* t Huntlay-Mrlnkt* lUifiort 1"' Mo.l.. l.tlnailon Gobi1' ID bnlna C.Vnrt.f I.n.; A himc, fire on Dec 16 1935 sion mind with property' owners h,
,
G..i Th. VI.lolan ,"nln'l) f N..... Wthi PEB. t* 1,'II-t f (lth.. Wnrlila II Sun?.* Thatitiot .. 7 Movl) "Con.pINtor" destroyed MIll) buildings!! in New fore the commission goes on ,K'
10.11 Ad..otu_ ot Onus .d "
II Night, I loll. nf the Oold Onalt Mmlitfill 11. Movl), (.0,1.Ilia'U -ID Foom StdS,-S I'bUgruuhyL.w.lc
$1t..101ti. I ti4S-4 N.wt-Walter 0r0I0.... -4 Bunrla. ......t.?, "OutllM .( Movl.It a,20-10 Cnrd.n ,... York (1Iy.wn ,, cord approving (he piojcct
.., ttarli.ht Thatr, Ii30, -a-T Today Show : ,
(10-4 i 10.ie riiJ'z"$ : :: lb.Show(..... TiOO, -N.wi-liuimlI.w 4 .....u...... June BrlakUr I Inn 1,40-i)Hliurr* "/:1" l* rMi IllStlt.it WrMtllni (rm f...* |t Report o5S .. Bvana, Waatau Williamson pointed out that 'flu
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I C.II th DoctorT }K> Coronado It Morning Plarhon ; Corps' of Engineers might withhold
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'. *. .iMItIt JoI. : .h'.how N.w. and Wath
I Kl Th Vmm.n |lnurhl
":DO'-4 Bmrir BlIlblllM r Movl. .C..... Ih* Cnn< "....." ,,_4 ('rtooB-o-vHI" 5.05-ba ) N.. I ti4t-IV Lartoon taper* 10 Mod at lit. Oklahnma) Kid) ." > [SU tY (continued) construction of Martin Canal i
: II HI....., Patrol /l"aioootsaoidy1s lilWi: Chmo.r..o":1.p! : Wrwtllnt tiOO, 4 M...., "I.II.bollt") .._H Con'n.tt1,1KI
14 r.plon.i.
,,,30-.4 )Paaawnrd. ta Llnut ,0-lt M S 1 h.libl Dr." Sa Runt ,'00-4 B.?.rly HlllbllllMI ) if the area's drainage was lurncdover I
10 II Urn CM:
* 10.11 Th. Pllnt.ton''' .. (Oalor) SUNDAYMARCH 19 .B.njo filllv .. I Ill-la IWO I **.
... in N.'
10'00-4 I) !\on Show
I.? H..nm: HO.,", tiOO, -I Kawhlda Jf: -irf.'. d'), Tim 12 Miirnlnir, l'lChoIla.0,10S *|30-4 N.w. '::30-4 Dick Van Dyk. governmental agencies
10 Dirk H...ll Thatr 6 I'ompco I.... Hating *'-' ,: r-r .. .n ....d." I Saab* t Huntlry.UrlnkLy Report 10.11 Oor M.n lIIuln.10i
II fhinnlnir 10.11 Itonn Rood .10-4 AtrhralMir! E.*.rtf ; ;; I A... and And, I. t)" ( .00-4 Danny Kay* Show
1,30, -4 Pai.word. Morning) II Morning PlayDOTlM. 11 Piirartatr4 -? Hevcnih, II) mrID GElS
lliOO 4-I-7-10' Nr-..., W..t.r! rim Jink luKKlnit PROMOTION
Iporta
11 N.w.-BIII Bh MI t.7 Dr. Nub.... 10 Th* tons Xanmr Silt-It Mows and Woathoy 10,00-4 If..n..., -4 Nawa' -\'...... Cranklt' nick Powell Thalnis

'III I" 4 M....., "1h. II.I"lod l Rl.l.." 10.11 My ..Thnw Bon* tiW, 4 a...... PrlM** ,,0:0-1: Parm Aim....... ).7 Bar Who 0-7 Nwa-Hunll.r. Brlnkl.y IOO-.u-1.lo Ch.nnhw, 1'1.' ..., Wt.l*.r, Sport* James R. Godfrey Jr. son 'i i
10 Lir of 1111., .
::001'0. Mann liOO, -4 Coral 0. Bannr Cartoon* tiO -4 Datk V.ll.y blurtS
10.11 Jimmy It.., Chow t Ad..nlur* Ihaatr. ; 10,111-0. 1'1.' .. Hu.kl.b.rry Hound Nw.-Hill! Kha 1,30T H,,..) (Color' ) t run Club ,.osi-v; Oom.dy Tim. 10.30I Lov* Lucy 7 rt.mant UllkooIt : _4 Movl. Tho I.l.iit.nnnt Won.Sklrba' ioro, N. Coo and James R (Uul).
10.11 Mi-Hal'. Navy' It Captain Rantaro ,.3O-4 Cartoon.o-vlll. t H... Griffin color) Ills) Art CrM.
7095 0OO, -4 Th* JoI..... II "....ln. plarhouMtiOO I Agriculture' B.port 1 Word for Word Color) ,..311CII" R.portl 11,311--6.7, Tonlirhi, ) with) Johnny. Caraoll frey Sr., Stuart has been promo,
'.? M.t.., Th.alr, Sos-Il I, Amnna) ID T tn....** rrnl: '* :>-7 Th. VirginianIU 10 Moo)., TOO.I .of N.. York"II ed to airman. second( class In ,ih,
10-11 Fdla Adam (all.) 5,11.-I: :=n\ot"'IID. IS f.I.' 1Iw.i': II Morning PlayhouM (miil'" anil l Harriet Bl.rllBht Th...'*
10.11 Rid Caoiar tAii.i) .,>>.. .ps.. A.... Ito-. 0..1. f..ltoe 11,00.II. .,. t:00- Patty Dull Show' '11:80-a: Moni.bud1i United States Air Force at Brook
10.30Top.. In a-7 ( ....".ntratlon, : jOi:1I It To IN.; .: : NI.ftt..tc: 110010
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THE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thorsdav.. February.! 27. 1964 J-C I


J I 'Science of Happiness' Was Subject of LectureAt



Ocean Breeze Park News



u Mrs. Roxy 1rof kid, CormponiJrnt"Two Stuart Woman's Club by Linnig on Sunday




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OBP Shufflers PlacedIn 'A LectureS W. must come to understand It wan Jesur Chrtatllke think- progress In the field of dvnamlcsall we must let go our Sold on avu. inif a iiv. ana worsnippcu. ana

C the true source of happiness, and tug tilt scientific prayer. shirk that time. It "'a n't until Its seeming attractions and desires served the cieature mire than
the Creator who I is bleqeri fn
that unhappiness really has no I made him the Wav.: hower tieMirnod Galileo Investigated the causes ol and elmg t Truth with ,

Stale Invitation Singles OIlChristian source-It'* illegitimate, 5 myth. the way for us to be motion that he proved air.ha* both 'hands We th s. 'obey ever ItO 1 1:15: 21)) %

Then unhapplness i is realty S saved to be good, to be health, weight.. Instead of accepting( su- Cod. through unielft I love. After discussion hisfristtd

Science deception. So to be truly happywe M be '"PP,. H* showed thnt to pertlclnl !sense evidence Galilee Unselfishness is closely Ilalpc snld, You, shituilil, t..k

Isabel Taylor, Leonore Viland. furnishing t great deal of interest! must refuse to be deceivedand delight In doing God's will is to used experiment testing, and to uneelfed love I yourself these questions D I

Gertrude Dixon and Jenn Fishcrrprewited and recreation for the eight club FntitledTh live accordingly experience true Joy How natural measurement to get nearer the thought turned. away fiom the really want to serve mv t'rpalol
science of d\namlr! material to God areS His rather than the creator I
that he should I say from the basis facts ot the senses
Ocean Breeze Park I playing its schedule Original! G4 the !Source! *f Rsobtea" really want to sinnlnn1'
of his own complete I ohedience I His voik opened] the way forNewtun expieumn of good in man The stop
shufflers in the state Invitational scheduled for only one go-around. Science or happiness What la the source of real JOT "If ye know these. things, happy to define\ his law ol J her that gives' up the material Apparently he answererS these

singles tournament held at Flaglei the league is so popular that the -the Joy that is purely spiritual are y* if y* do them (John moth: lhese discoveries ol In 1 of self and of oth,1 andpersists questions rightly, because he pei -

Courts, West Palm Beach last week. second round has been scheduled by without one tinge of false, mate l3i="). Galileo and Newton are used in seeing man and eatlon shIed In holding I to what t he
rial pleasure? What la that stats There be doubt that In such Important as God makes them understood to be his real and
Isabel who has In this league the leaden: an can no even today spiritual
Taylor won Roy I. Ltnnif, C.S.! of bliss which Is the true condition ."irltuaIH"as Gods son Hebe.
and ,
South Gate of Vero Beach Christ Jesus. the most joyous of "way as designing airplanes experiences the highest Joy
numerous local and district honors am of man a* God's image and that satisfaction'
of Chicago Illinois all men, prayed without ceasing launchlnllsatellitel, This sacrifice 'if a false sense ofcreiiiiun 10I see 'is
placed third in the division Ocean Breeze Park likeness? SI Paul that toy In Cud d Overa
expert says Nor la there any other way to For instance. no engineer de. I Is the suie pith u h only obeyIng

This U the first lime I local Activities this week Included .(.to W 55. |M>4 tf .......... rfTk. I I. one of the fruit of Spirit, nl discover the happiness already signing' an airplane wing would PII"1 We xhould, foster p period of several) years he came

woman player has achieved the Hoke Memorial Tournament ... c:_.. Ik SIM Tk_ tIc God. (See Gal 522 > And Mary within you as the child of God work from the belief that air baa sclllKhnpsa. We .houll let it to see that anything abn irmal I I.

this high ranking in a women'sstato i on Monday and Tuesday; Indian :...... trlMIM. k I..a. N.wMNUs Bake' Eddy, the Discoverer l andYnunder It la through the praver of spli'I- no weight He know that the appear and b eKIII..d m our a supposed reverSal itt man'stiorninl

single event. River League double.header with of Christian Science, tual undmtanding tha we come weight! of air exert a pressure nlneal'l thnutthta and al'l Bt doing this goodness lie saw that

B I'M writes In 'Science and Health to know God, Spirit, as the at'irreof fifteen pounds per square obedience and iny will grow morality II the first step out of
Fort Pierce and
Lenore Viland, playing in the on Wednesday ft* ... HwliAM with K.y to th* Scripture (p. all good that we come to see Inch at sea level Yet the senseof The qualities it nbeilicnre and colt and leads to the text step
double\ be
women'i singles amateur division. the national to played sea ranm* 57)): Happiness Is spiritual, Dnnt ourselves as His reflection Such feeling still tells us thai air I I. unaelfed love were expressed. lo the progressive recognition if
at Lakeland on Thursday Friday of Truth and Love Here Truth spiritual real being The complettnesi -
placed first in the consolation sec prayer Includes tee Joyous striving weightless, a fill measure by Mary flatterEduty.
lion and Saturday. es.e and Love are names for Cod to bring every thought Into Much as the science of dvnam- From glilhool, she was an of his reformation I II

Truth indicates the unchanging obedience to the divine will It lea prove' that air. Is not weightless ardent student of the Bible. Following shown In the fact that today this
In Indian River League play perfection of God and Love ex- man has a faintly, a
hi this active Chrlstlike thinking .hrlrtiim Science proves an acrldi-nt which her I marrlld.
The C it.chat Club played pinochle -
Ocean Breeze players continue to 350 FXTRA COPIES OF Dresses God's motherhood' Then which leads to complete faith In that happiness la not material Mend expected In be foIst Itwas happy and I II a ierluastudent
this week at Mn Van Marters God not matter, I II the source of of ChrIstian Science. ac-
roll along. At present, the local TODAY'S NEWS good alone. Mortal mind would fool i\> regarding natural for Mrs Eddy to
club I it in first place after defeat home on Oak Street. 1h true | 'dod'a real I bliss t.t1'nll Eddy PrAyer la never 'i words, happiness. It ran offer turn tn the Bible for help She tIre In I branch church
'
Vero 8 I winners were Marge O Mara, Maud CONTAINiNG THIS lays, being I only counterfeits It can offer gllmpfed In that moment that Doesn t this Illustrate that even
ing Beach to 2. League though It can tad expression: In
Van Marten and Elinor Martin AREAVAILABLE freedom harmon, and boundless nothing that satjsflea. Since It ckid's law This glimpse of thus more depraved counterfeit.
standings: !show Vero Beach sec LECTURE I bliss" (Science ,and Health words It is more an attitude hrla ,
p. Its Truth EddY of latiflfuctk ran mattered
i This has nr renl existence tepsa- instantly b
ond Stuart third *nd Fort Pierce,. 41li fJullfOm.nto! God\ likeness Umn a statement. spiritual
Monday's All? Slates Bridge Club FOR attitude knows good alone to be thins are illusions It' would ;nibstitute She then set out to ,throuuh acreptine living Ih.cpnC .
fourth. played at Alva Scotia on Broad n* reflects boundless bl ft'Ihe these In our thoughts and Illn. I !! of trite happiness? The
and the
MAILING TIIROLCIIAN i I real lo disposes of the belief her own
record of
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The Good Street The winner Eliza. 11 spiritual creation experience for the spiritual satisfaction thoulh be drown betweentinrallty
Fellowship League
were the first chapter ef la evil: that in., the temptation to this law been
in rfralf'c
composed of the smaller clubs In beth Dufficld Marge O'Mara. Alva ARRANGEMENT: $ Genesis confirms this, tar It brllne' that evil I* real The which" God give So U\ her She did this the normal and whole-

the central east coast. district, u Scott and Charlotte Domain MADEYT11Ei that Cod created man In his nwta says application of this method of In order to bo thai ha up.these*, we ,must. axhaitnllve t atucly of the Bible lone in ,human or the conduct abnormal, and and Immorality
prayer we rail treatment It was accept the fact sense.arent Hut abestudied from a new
and commune, And God
FIRST CHURCH OF i iI Image! true and find In place sit tinwVilotomet Lylnp material
Mr. and Mn O'Mara were hoststo blessed 'rn"iGen. I 128)) ThinkOf auch prayer that enabled Jesus to standpoint She knew she must
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a of friends from their CHRIST, SCIENTIST it'!' God blessed them" The overcome temptation. Mr' Eddy them m.n' native spli'itunl si-nse find the original spiritual meaning lens., the deceiver, cloud Ihe
,group I t I issue nf morality and Insists t that
i Mortal mind would fool u*
says In regard to the attitude of of the Inspired Word With I
Camera Club Sees home city Buffalo, N Y. The OF STUART, verb blessed"! In this text means students of Christian Science regarding man. It say he la thought turned to Clod, she drankIn there la really no rilfferueu The
to confer bliss to make supremely
friends are staying at DeerficM :. material, that his life U in I commandment, "Thou shall not
WITh THE towards temptation: "The! best all the Father revealed to her
Beach Lake Worth. Palm Beach happy" God created, a ors.nnlts.tlon, Christ commit adultery' (Ex. 2014): ).
lesson of their live I. gained by physical and the revelation in
Volcano MoviesThe 'and Fort Lauderdale, The luncheon STUART NEWS. Man nappy man and the nothing fullness t I leant of crossing swords with I tt'rnptalionwith Jesus rejected this deception l'eordl'c Hlplth. Folnwll has Its literal' meaning It rnrbldl.

was at Schrafts at Palm Beach Coda expresses nature This la the sub fear and the besetmems of Me said: "It Is the spirit that this she established the (, violation nf the man-late covenant

PLEASE ORDER AT I All the nil; thai much as they thereby iiutckeneth: the mob prnfltetlinothing' ;:: Science church with all its far cliieulv.; and :h, seen
Camera Club of Ocean Leonard Smith is in Martin Memorial good elhoIh: exists i prnlIOo; and have tried their strength and I (Jihn 6tiJ:( A modern reaching activities tn forbid all (hat Is lln'h I

Breeze met in the clubhouse recently Hospital L THE STUART NEWS flows from God to man All. the proven It" (Miscellaneous WiltIng translation reads, Whit'\ glvea Here wail a wuman who daredtn some' and abnormal In
lion of the sexes i
life Is the flesh In of
with 133 member and Spirit: no
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OFFICE.Thi Joy has, or can have conies p. state the truth which chol
man
A* we have In healing
guest present Mrs. Charles Enfield entertain .1 4 from Gnd All the gladneis. God Let me tell you of mv own avail) at ull ( Moffatt)the All beliefn lentet the er.dlt"d btlf'b of both sickness and seen sin, Christian
which arise: from claim
Jay Borunnon ot program man. ed her bridge club Monday afternoon .,, ,. Imparts Is permanent and spirU eterlence with| a temptation In crossing to bf'l1e.lck.helll swords. that life Is in matter are foe to both popular 'theology polar Science meets thiS need scientifically .

for introduced liar- Light refreshments were medicine the problems she It show how tn dispel 1
ager February, tuoiCod Is our They must be' so
real As a student In theChristian happiness.
served and the winners were Mary nature la no longer a faced and the persetutlons she mental 'mistake through
old Woodruff who entertained the regarded, and so discarded.I If prayerand
Silence Sunday School
Weeks, Sue Bessemer and Roxy lecturer ipokt tubsUnHally mystery Through! sc onlineChristianity withstood, l In fuilllllng her mis to replace them by
were, 10 live in that spiritual
crowd with beautiful colored slides I had been taught that sickness ar..ptm.
M follows: God Is knowable as Inn *ie beyond our full appieelation the Ideas
of a trip he had taken from New Enfield. the giver of all food. His nature Isnt what It appear to be, It mindedness which Is real JoyUnhappinns Her unselfish desire tn spiritual low to
It
man from Mind *
Jersey to California. I wonder If childhood memorlti as I it relates to happiness Is that Ipn't t physical, but a atate of raise I ii material mindedness shine her ", and the fact dlvlnl
The Tuesday Bridge Club met dlscoveiy us how ta repent nf the belief
materIal' sense ef
are M vivid In your thought II belief Yet when severe symptoms or a
He I ii Soul Mind Just a the thai she acted under Godadher*
The slides were followed by at Clements Hall with seven table In mine' Some of you' may remember or of disease appeared' In my thing It I II I selfish' state which that ma live In a material body
and tlon her breed
colored movies shown by Clayton playing The winners were :: the advertisement of ; sun warmth express lit Ita ray brightness*. in the same body, I was afraid. So I called: a loses sight of Gild The supposed uhselfed,I taxe love that 4 Joy nothing so I could on It us how in repent of the
belief that matter suffer
Ralph Mr. Ralph movies were Mr Lillie, Ernie Finkstrom and well-known food product. The way Soul expresses radiance and Christian Science practitioner to happiness of, the material ahake itShe can or

the most unusual ever to be shown Jim Catherall.Mr. !. ad appealed to potential I custom Joy in man help. me through prayer In spite 8f'norlls just the opposite of what writes of her experience: enjby It gives the consciousness
era with this punch line: "tventually. of our combined eltorta! I baielv it seems to be: It Is a lark of "I I of CI'a love a* an antidote
here. He made a trip to Hawaiiin One aspect of God supreme rtw before m* the awful conflict far fear It reveal delight
1961 and was fortunate enoughto and Mrs Hugo Relsmann. why not now? bliss la His nature aj Father. held my own. But I dl In't got happiness a nothing claiming to the Red Sea and the wilder.OPSOI in spiritually wholesome*
We can apply this slogan to our discouraged After months of be something, sit evil claiming to : pursuits
m former residents here now at Mother. A sprtng.bubbls cool: but I on thrmtnh
get movies of volcano pressed which exeluttei sinful desires and
erup topiC this evening We ill want what seemed to be useless effort, be good
: Deerfield Beach water tirelessly Just 10 God our faith In God, trusting Truth the
tion The show complete I taking I were calling on practices.
to be happy Why wait Even ream. across this sUtenunl In
Father-Mother delights In Imparting 5 Incentive t. Be Good I old friends here this week. the error which makes
.
in the beginning of the eruption the word happiness touches the Mrs. Eddy autobiography, Retrospection Oe.
good to Ills children the land ef Chi Mian
would teem logical that the Selrc. I sick or sinful I I. re iseed
and fallowing( right through heart of all who hear It. There'lI How natural for Love, the and Introspection" (tp where fetter fall and rightsof
The friends of Joe Craddell of wide publicity given to the harmful by the saving Christ, Truth the
to show the demolition of a nearby good reason for this. Happiness Mother of all to do this. 3D I "The first spontaneous mo- man are fully kmiwn andacknowledged' elous-
effects I and
of evil
thought* trouble front
Oneida, N. Y. were gone cnn
very sorry la the natural atate of man-nun ton of Truth and Lose, acting
fire and molten lava. Because Jny Is ,Inherent In ( Science 1 and
village by .
bad habits on the human body and its effects must disappear
hear of his death He ;
lo recently. Science n'l
made In the Image and likeness through Christian on my
The Camera Club met again Ideas, God aa divine Mind helps would encouiage men to abhtam Health, p. 320)). Hers was a rugIted from the bodv Further,
former resident f the In fact roused consciousness. nlshed at
was a 0 of clod e
Thursday, Feb. 20 with 147 members It that spiritual : thcr is us to understand the nature of once and forever the fundamental from evil, But this Isn't the; cue happiness which could sing ChrtsUnn Science Is (fully is effective -
park. happiness Mind creates spiritual through dark days The radiant
and fhla Show that there la a merl In shutting out error
and guests present, were I Mn Marian J. Van Zant from completely at one with Cod ideas As the Idea, or expi esslon, error of faith In things mnlerlnl: for a true Incentive to mi ve the jay of iinselfed lave thrived In IV la In removing them I.
treated excellent slide-show of the cherished far this trust Is the iinsten sin,
most
to an Perhaps one -
of Mind man Includes as Mrs, .mil adversities
is Joy FItly
Palisades, N. J.. visiting her : just hi'nrt's sons of men! to seek satisfaction r Scientist 'learns how to prevent
In the American the unknown (OP,-the
ing and interesting commentary by statements he Includes I beauty and all fond which would. make the bravest
Mr and Mrs Walter nn a knots hiwher than that of disease and sin as well as how to
parents : Declaration of .la imtnmed desire which brenketh
Arthur Mirltind lie started with : Independence qualities Yesl the real man of heart .the benediction .
kronebitter. MM Kronchilter had mortal mind In "MIKcellnn"olllWrltln.s" flnrh. them, Science establishes In
the divine eommnndmpnls tur
that the of la
slides he had taken in the Panama pursuit happiness aright I God a creating la eternally Joyous Mra Eiljy throws. !light void Cht' t Jesus falls on thoughts of students an
several of her friends in for a coffee with which God has endowed Now I had read this sentence 11
Canal Zone a spot figuring large hotw'-ie honnfol Iter-daujjh- men, Actually the only This real man.Is' your true", lIelol'lbllt this-time I' had afresh Ill! Uui question She asks (p Ie( wih meaning! Well, 'underalnndlng of present perfrrtlon -
I being and mine j time g ort and 'tslthtujservjnt"
understanding
These S79J Why does not the rerlsJntVof of r.iafl. This
were
ly in Uxluys news pursuit Involved Is finding out meaning Chrlmlan Su'ieorchad
tcr Ahostute happiness In man lathe CMatt. aajncomplete : Hers Was '
Individual' for sJnpi t nf
punishment prevents suggestion
colorful taken that Cod I Is Utr. any
followed by pictures that In our true happiness taught me
delight he knows aa Gods ''' a nelf-nncrUrlng obedl..
o'i th action? And sickness entering
event from
wrong or suffering
live In God Yet
and that
Ifs
m the Hawaiian Island Mrs. Ethel Crowell from Battle Inn t something man find,
expression The Psalmist* words/ ence tn
thelove Of
site "ft I I.
I answer: thought as surely
The evening concluded with n 'I Creek. Mich., is visiting her sinter something'we already have Happiness (PM. 401)/ ) '1 delight 'o do thy tempted when I to became Believe sick that I was lhi Clod!, soil nit the fear of evil that, Obedience Is the k.yl feelingthe vent the desire to a. I.pre

workshop Tom Cook give an' Mrs. Bernice Garms I Isn t a material sense of will 0 my God:: mean that physical body sustained, my llfi, Is the Incentive In Science." Joy of Gait thai Why I II the belief so persistent

illustrated talk on filters and lenses, pleasure.. It's a spiritual tense! of man's action confoi'ms to the good that matter t could: give life and Its true that the spiritual tight man Is happy now appear Increasingly *m'ma ua that sickness I I. I
Mrs. C. E Curtis from Chester Joy-the fruits of obedience and that I I. Cod He la the witness of ChristianScience : In our human experience .
and how photography can he Improved take It This blinded me inmv which the study of I phrslcul condition? Why I is the
God's It la away
conformity to will I good In all he does This conformity in the degree we <>be> tintsObedience :
by their proper use The Va.. is visiting Mr*. Luther Weeks and eternal fact of our faith In God lo my ntural sparkr lit our heart bWlef so persistent that man I is
present
of man with God Isnt awakens I fnr to to the ? blcknei |t. Inevi
such a love God a sinner not
work- on Sixth Street hippy stale of spiritual mlnrlrdncxs Ilnt.
members who for the real being because It t la bestowedby
stayed chance As the expression ofLove demonslraiiost .
It this fundamental that to know and obf'11m/ becomes Sin I I. not Both
showed keen interest in this God m.n' source We find he conforms to was (f we want know the &bl. Irre.1Rlbl.
ship completely
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Lank- obedient error, this fear of the body and our number one enrtoavur. to blil to
this to be true when we're
phase of photography Iou have returned to their home to this source of all good divine Love. Man a very reason dependence on It, which made me Then we see thE the lying m.to.rlailltlnllf" of obedience we must the roil man A* w* accept the
tor being I is to know and witnessthe truths, Our study of
and their evil tendencies "Irltua of happiness we know
in Clayton, N. Y., after a few thia one God So llriicWhen I alll'
cause happiness
bliss of Love. This Is a the Scriptures and In
foreign to Fleshly th of yielding tn Ood'ih.all
PERSONALS ; attained I law this I reached a are u*
weeks' in their cabana Fifth tent something to be
stay on divinely l mental state a state. of turning I prayer) to shutOut attractions anti addiction lose Science and Health and the other power, the thrill of being)
It la to bt point
iventually ours enjoyed -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hillman Street right now spiritual mlndedness So actually the fear with I trust In God, their falM appeal and. In their writings of Mr*. Eddy strengthen glad Ihei comes the
your Joy Is spiritual. It rio never place I II born man's naturalgravitation our desIre U dIP Oo', wUL conviction that victory over evil
from Warren. Ohio arc visitingher with conviction that right then
a
Mr. and Mrs. Van Dcusen from If this la the cane wh, do so
be taken front It Is always Through such study ,
you \ hisdl"lne la because know how to
to source, r we
lived In God as a perfect spirilla
G BaskctteMrs
H .
father to be lu
many people seem unhappy -
New York State this demonstrable This Is the conversant wilts demand,
were Selene
guests ? being As I responded in this C.ort. This move towards good tt r with temptationAnd .

Marie Tweed left Saturday week of Ernie Van Andalc Doesnt the failure lie in seekng of happiness. way to the practitioners help Initiate and hastens the departure and peek la Use -:We are at we know how to win. We'reJy

lo stay with her daughter and happiness from a wrong Jesse Conformed te the Christ within. a few days all symptoms from evil And It doe. this of 1 : between even In 'lbs midst of prob
Paul Donson and and evil "
She will Mr. and Mrs. basis? Were Inclined to thinkwe're Christ Jesus kneW'thiC, dsuppeared I regained/ my from a right bnslit Fear of being : Such scientific I happiness I is
family near Philadelphia. friends front Mechamcsburg. Pa., dependent on matter and ano"'w better example I ot Itr.nllt.nd! normal weight punished l IKn" a true Incentive. God, to be spirItually buoyant, enduring, real We must

return in early fall. I. stopped by to visit Mr and MR.I Its conditions for our need and scientific Joy aa we have than the quickly You can appreciate how If re 'love good supremely, we Ob1: to accept mind the decep new suCh happiness tn he OUr
I real but
Mrs John Corhst! has been called I Shaffer Willi ims. wants Instead jf on God, Spirit life of our Master,, and this In glad I 'WII' to have crossed Jilst rat irallv abandon evil And the Scientist it eventually Why not now?
God demands thla The raw. of ClrbtJaq "t.ur. J aat Due evening In t park Inmy
We things to make us spite of the trials he faced? Per. swords with temptation and won
expect
to Concord, N. II, on accountof I Club our depends on how | I Is home city I enjoying a symphony
The Duplicate Bridge met Clad' we depend on relationships haps the bitterest of the Master a victory, progress think '
the death of her brother who consist it efforts/ are tit conform or art e rl He inn t dlsmnjed'lhat concert under tha stars.
I Friday afternoon in Clement flail and actions of people, what they trials, even beyond the ordeal of our
had been ill for a long time. : and eight tables played. The winners do or what they dont do, Yet the crucifixion was the world'shatred Th* Material !Senses!I CauseI'nhapplneu to Iris demands Eventuallywe !: th their lying ,material The conductor had chosen as the
lenses present suggestionsa
all must leave mortal mind Main offering the O Minor I Symphony
and
rejection of the Troth
Mr. anti] Mrs. Elmer MacKcn- I for North and South were: Mr. actually neither can a thing either, a place or, he taught Yet he never lost his ThIs experience show how and its deceptIonS (find snlrllual I- tf they were his own thoughts, of C4 aar Frsnck. The sod

zie spent Wednesday in Miami and Mn Roston, first; Mrs. Moore nor lake a away person real joy Christ give Jesus conviction of the final triumph\' of faith In a material sense of body joy Why ttnn ? Why because, b knoW. how to dis theme of the second movement

looking over the orchid farms and Mn Enfield! second, and Mrs. stressed this when he said: "Your Truth. This conviction, coupled deceived me until Science cor should we allow ourselves to be : : spiritual pun out (him the night t air, The
and Otto Chinas/ third robbed? Idee uI.r goon,and the Illusion minor t nv*d of the musio btendsiwhit
there. They were accompanied byher I Wilmott joy no man taketh from you" with obedience to God it every reeled the mistake Faith In
the reaL ThIs enable
mother Mrs. Houmgton, and I First East and W st went (John It:%%). And since Cod II point, tightened the burden of his matter In any form I I. deceptive Mr*. Idily 1 empha*)?** the need him 'o correct mental the dark nf tile night A*

to Mrs lei: and: Mr Cote, the source of Joy, we can say also tremendous lifework and gave because the source of all good I I. for this change In these. word. better still mistaken them the them unfolded It come to a
Fred Noble. or to refu'e a *
Mrs. I second to Mr. and Mn Charles four Joy no man gives to you the Saviour an abiding! sense of Spirit, God The five material (IbId".' p. 86): "What mortala place" In Ills eonaelntanesp, oljmav Loue. and Iluter'IUd.d
What trial falsely claim to be the hear see, feel, taste, smell, e'isetlitules as
Thur. We must eventually live af- true happiness. tould senses
Mn third Mrs. Marland 1
Mr. and lloyd spent Fair. and to It is of impoi'tastcIwhether
cording to the premise! this Im. overshadow the Joy he "knew In source of gooa, Trey present a I their present earth andheaven .eond.ry mammoth organ Then In
day In Palm Beach on business and Mn Mack I.cwis. plies. God la the creator of man this-he was showing, to all menfur misconcept of Cod In fact : but we mu.llr"w out nf or not we are tempted a tremendous bunt, the somber
all the of salvation* allow it. claim even this pleasing thrklrm and It Is of prime Importance) that w* melody I lifted out of the
time If they even
and of all that exists. As creator way we ( mlRr
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rasmussen' I Mr. and Mn Victor Suckett it l It) the source of all out good because he trusted in God and t ti I take the' place of Gnd They find rings to reach the glory of detect temptation. And I It .to of key and Into the bright Joyous

from Waukegan, III, are occupying have had as guests, Mrs. Evert Since God is Spirit and la the obeyed God his Joy was enduring gay the source of happiness Is m supersensible, Life." Later she utmost Importance how 'we respond major It was is If all the

Mrs. Grace Allen mobile Angus and her niece from Delaware source of man's happiness, hap- He proved the truth of his matter This lead. to the belief continues (p. SIlt) "Mutter Is afrsil to temptation We catsnever darkness In music and In night,
I
home on Sixth Street Ohio Mr. and Mn Angus pines. is spiritual. So humanly own words, "Your Joy n. man that happiness depend on mat conception of rixirtsl mind; realize work out our salvation bliss I nor WI dtyed and In its place

have a large stable of harness' the search for It In matter or In taketh from you," Ur All such beliefs l -that our and mortal mind I I. e poorer representative man;a native by e

Frank Babcock I Is recuperating I and the Sacketts were a material sense of things puts usat What delight must have been well-being. out stlsfactlon, our ef the beauty ,r.n- Ignoring evil Science tloesnt This experience la to m* a
racers, teach to Ignore evil In
at the home of his daughter Mrs. evening at the new harness odds with God and with our his In understanding Cod and Joy, depend on matter-produce ctuurand glory of the Immortal us life, the ourMall.l. symbol of the change which takeaplace
ex
Jane Lowe in Miami. While there guests one own native spiritual sense We're knowing man a* the ton s/Got frar And who can be happy Mind" the widern.s. when we see that pursuing

he will celebrate his birthday.Mr. track at Pompano.Mr. deceived into believing that we're The Master's absolute. conviction when he I I. afraid? Who can reJoice Happiness Thrsoth Obeying and the trial on the- happiness through Ihe five material
senses I I. a mistake The
God His when he Is doubting the lem.ne
of Illsunchanging
Happy when were noL power presence'
Mn Victor Sackett how evil must be
M Children and seek I Love,saved him from existence of God doul" ting 'Love led minor mode of a matter mind
and Mrs R. For Instance, some people hdnvl'
had as their weekend guests Mr. chiklren Jesus' didn't t. "Happy faced m. through obedience ar.d.rlund self)sh. The material
visiting to be happy through the de'l'1IdInl belief in sorrow and grief No cars for His ? Nf) wonderthe fay you
have had their son Danny and Mn Haold Bond of Ormond pleasures of the five material wonder Jesus had Joyl His life Bible calls fur the overcomingof toll! be" He said, "If ye knowthese to : All Chrl.t.n. are ..l csnnot be a source of true

them. He will return to his Beach. As the Bonds were officersin lenses. By degrading pleesuree I conformed completely te the fear In such words as "be not things, Puppy mee ye If ye under order to happiness. There Is no Joy to be

naval station in Jacksonville. the World War I organization mesa any of the unwholesome Christ, Truth the true Irrald", (Mark (50): do them,* indicating that I happiness and respond to It by rejecting II found In deceiving ones self

Bond and Mr. Sackett appetites and addictions which standing of Gcd sod th* Mow the material senses appear II a present" spiritual state. When we know this, the keychange'The
and Mr.
from Mar. '
Mrs Vivian Patterson make slaves of men and separatethem Including man. under-I to be five, but they are dependent solely on our obe- T.tatt Overcome a search for happiness
ion, Iowa, a former resident of were with the 24th Squadron they from their natural dignity From this radiant actually one They are subdivisions diane to Cod. To obey Coil la to Thl* waa the experience of a turns to the one source,

Ocean Breeze is spending two enjoyed I potluck dinner given by and Godlikenesa, Others seek toM his Chrlatly understanding of that negative sensewhich prove the power of divine Love young man I know who found turns from material to .plrltu.r

weeks here. Barracks 854. happy through morality rejected the false view 0 Insists that matter exists j to heal sickness and destroy sin himself addicted to abnormal from deception to ,

which find pleasure liD wholesome presented by the physical senses I that matter I Is substance' andthat So you and I are always a' the practice The temptation seemed mortal mini to divine Mind. In.

Mrs. Harry Dorms entertained : and unselfish pursuits. Thla To him a material mortal w.sn.t It can feel pleasure and pain point of decision,crossing swords Irresistible But the guilt and I eluding perfect happy man. This I

afternoon the following whether itterutiiles with every fleshly self-condemnation he suffered oneness of God and man, of Mind
Thursday moral state la a long step away the creation of God, but a distorted I This deception la one, ,
guests: Sue Beuamer. H e I' I It from th. pursuit of evil But we deceptive view of man. through hearing, feeling eithet painful or pleasurableObedience I ,. forced him to seek I way of overcoming and Idea, la the basis of all joy.

I ThlDfU 4aya Klein' Lola Speck: Florence Twn- I should not atop here If we to H* taw that the dJanrda of this sight taste, or smell, In Science means to t love Spirit the evil tto our eta I is attain this

O'Mara. Eve" Donald .we have stopped short of true outlook-the sorrows and suites"togs I and Health Mra Eddy groupsthese wholly and 1 to cling to eve. y He knew of Christian ScienceIn reality blna The change la
J.L.n
I jwtIe4L Mar/e Idea had healed him not marie It la
fact It physl
Hilcman joy, because happiness U both the poverty and sin, arent I sense under the term right every spiritual mtVt a
: son and Connie Prizes and than once, Sa It was progression, e moving forward
moral and spiritual. It Include real. Jesus saw that all such I "mortal mind. The word "mor reject every evil tally more
went to Hessie Klein Eva Don motive Thl leads natural for him to turn to the bl the constant effort to conform
to
morality, yet I Ia that wholly spirt mistaken concepts are subject to tar defines the temporary, self- repentance,
aldson. Lola Speck and Connie Suit state which .la completely at correction through::: the Christ, destroying Shore of material or change of thought from the Bible and Science and Health t to God's demand Tl requires

Hileman.Mr. I >ne with CodAnything Truth which reveal God true I mindedness and sit Its decep- materiel to the spiritual Repentance help himself And he found sacrifice of slf Any

else which I* called creation. H. saw that troublesare tons. God Is Mind the one 1 is the toward the aplrttual meaning of these error any mental must

and Mrs. Paul Elliot have lappines I I. temporary because unreal that they are errors, divine Mind and He .Is Immortal bringing tlrpfr: every hooka the assurance that Cod be dropped If the progression I.t lato

returned to their home in Manh- It has no foundation in Cod A or' mental misttJtea. These must That material mindedness, or thought to efChrist' created man good, ot e.i, and proceed and succeed

all, Mich., after several weeks' visiting structure without a foundation be replaced the opposite and mortal mind, I III a deceiver I I. (II l Repentslice that real satisfaction C&t be Te attune thought to the major

with Mrs. Mildred FcnwickLAMBERTS' eon.1''''''. The sooner the true* true Idea J'c: divine: Mind, I oBYlotia If you swish your hand I ii Indispensable :our giving found In doing evil thing key of Spirit .to to And that bapJtnets -

I 'ti.WIIATS lure of false pleasures. falls,, the the one MUM through the air, you feel no up the belief evil antimatter When he saw that he wasatprogrwolng I I. at hand It I I. to know

s noner we are compelled) to seek Having this Christl, understanding resistance to Ita motion Your are real through his own GodI I I. to know man your

? SON ILL the higher pleasures which God gave the Saviour powerto sense ef feeling tells us you that Since disobedience beglna with effort he turned to an older r.a HIt To know God and man

THE OCCASION lives.. Such a change, while It deal effectively wtth the problems air .la weightless. The Greek I mental mistake obedience require friend of hi* who wa a Christian I the minor mode of
!Kns Lambert fourteen-month-
of human existence philosopher Arlstotlw reasoning perl.tnt over Scientist She pointed out many l.tt. To know God and to do
Fill is through
FLOWERS TO nay teem afflictive, I all to the guard
WE'VE
old son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. our It In the Bible which deal to to play variation
rood, because through it we find scientific prayer Hi* work show from what the five senses say, Is a passages 0
Lambert 1046 Illinois Road Cocoa the lasting basis for toy-that Is, the effect of th application ef concluded that the essential. quality turning away from material sense with Immorality. One ef these the major theme of unselfed .

I u a patient at Westkc-ff Me- spiritual mindedneu.Actually Christ, Truth ate exempli/led/ ef air la buoyancy not weight.In to our native spiritual sense This was 6tPsul s letter lo the itemani tt to to awell a lnd in the

1 morial Hospital Roctledge Mr. to our real spiritual through lilt spiritual mbviedne tact Aristotle defined bill helps us to realize that Spirit laaubstance In which he tarraony of be the

'it 'I* r..VKIU Lambert was a resident of Stuart wlfhood, we can never be unuppy. the truly hippy state ef men. theories o4 motion from the superficial and that men I.pln cusses abnormal practice &: happy ion of II Yes Christ

Lambert is the former Remember, true happl- The Ideas or spiritual thoughts" evidence of the material tual: Obedient .n InUI Ch/litlanly scientific Jesus has promised: "If y* know
Mrs .
and
Q. sass isn't something we get. It apomethlng which God gave him enabled bun __ These theorlee seemed of all that walc lltf.Wltl) This Data t pars The Colas things, happy are ye I jesetbax
Hohrrun of Jensen Beach. home *
Yvonne : we already have, ana te save men from their troubles, reasonable. but they were ms-! spiritual .. God I* rl.ad .>veagilnit .

each ef.us must learn thla for both sickness aid sin. Through Ukm. Yet they were accepted turn ua away from Go.We e.n't unrlghteoones -

I E.OcIAJIILWQ. Burma b rich in mineral wealth, ilmsell There a Science: to diesovertng this same Christ, or e saving a* correct fee awe thousand do this while eplrtua ef men, who boll '

,\ -TUAJtTFLA.1 including petroleum lead silver, the happiness we al.r4r Truth. were ute tu solve SagWobkm& fears. And tB"fl ikjatd's( acceptance truths with the right Sue truth] In unrlohteousaeaa, .

tin tungsten, zinc god gem' *. poaeeas, ga4 tt to OrUttaa.. flC tout delayed any sigamcanta&&w aaaterlal d'lt with the left. Who ehMU4 tb truth .G I

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1964 Ten Cents Bridge i '

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LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager ONE CAME in the other day and remarked '
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MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year; two years : "Your paper campaigned' to get the toll
off the 1 but
bridges hey re physically
$8.50. (Subscriber living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rates.) gone
still remain
Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, they. in spirit

_. Six months $2.75, three mouths 175.I
Foreign and Canadian rates on application 'I 1 AM REFERRING" he said "10 the
Ten Cents Bridge und to the Two Bits Bridge

Are you aware that people are still calling h;. .' ,
them that? Unless something is done about It. '. "
'Recreation Man* New /. /. Board Executive they will be the Ten Cents Bridge and the Two

Bits Bridge forever"
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Bill Kidd Is Highly RecommendedBut AND. WHAT do you want us to do"

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He Is Going to Need Some HelpRarely "START A campaign to change their a I"rri

names to something more seemly Run a contest -

Put up prices Get a board of judgesto : j jA
doe an appointee to public offico vey of Male lands has been conducted giving decide the most t appropriate names." : l
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assume such responsibility, have so much expected us for the first time in the modern history of __.. '-- -' --- --- "
of him, or come 10 well recommendedas our stale an index and knowledge of the land WE HEARTILY agreed with him that it

William R. "Bill" Kldd, the new executive held in trust by the Male for its citizens. The is a shame that the magnificent bridges from TIME OF til INGE, From left to right are Van Ferguson liam R Kidd Ferguson+ resignation is effective Feb. 29. at whir'

officer of the I. L Board at Tallahassee.Mr. Trustees spearheaded the program which led Stuart to the ocean have retained such cheap- who served as executive officer for the Trustees of the Internal time Kidd will assume the post This picture was taken on Fee> I

Kldd, who replaces Van Ferguson In to legislative passage and subsequent! voter approval jack names, inherited from the days when it Improvement Fund since W (,overnor Farris Bryant and \Vil- 18 when Governor Brvant announced Kidd appointment
that strategic spot on March I, is a "recreation of a recreation program In keeping with took) a dime to cross! the St. Lade either way
man" That is to say, his background ban been our needs of today and in anticipation of our and a quarter for a two-way ride across the

one of attempting to make available to public growth Indian River Those names certainly do not Murray Cites Law in Primary Both Parties
use the maximum possible of Florida's seashores "Much of the credit for these! accomplishments reflect the dignity or real value of those
waterways, lakes and woodlands belongs to William R. Kldd, the first bridges

The Trustees of the Internal Improvement registered professional engineer to have servedon Oath

Fund (the Governor and his Cabinet) control a governor's staff Bill Kidd has been a "HOW ABOUT the Half a Million Bridge 1 1"v Candidates Must Take Party ,
state-owned lands In Florida. in
all sovereign or sparkplug our drive to place new emphasis "
and the Million Bucks Bridge? ventured ,
This includes the controversial bay bottoms, on conservation of Florida's lands, and a leader we r s
_. large lakes and rivers, many islands and much in the movement to place more emphasison i hopefully "That would put us in a better
light with visitors, wouldn't it? small Local Democratic Chairmanmission
sub-marginal land It is no secret that Mr, judicious acquisition of properties which ubout like that. Nothing The opinions expressed are those Says ,
Ferguson's viewpoint and advice on these now or in the future will provide recreationaluse names of the writers. If desired, lettersare
holdings largely favored their sale to for our expanding population printed above a nom de plume
state
knowing of candidates which the Democratic Exec clerk of the Circuit Court for ,In
control -
Stricter ,
without The News -
private individuals;-In this be was backed up "As Administrative Assistant l Mr Kldd has "PLEASE do not be facetious; I am serious but never parly
of the writer. Let can be expected in the com u 11 v e Committee challenged. cut offices when the
by traditional policy and the law; Winds of served as advisor to me on matters relating about this thing, he said "With all the historical ,- the name applicants
been
for had
least that he
ters sent in anonymously are filed ing primary election-at charging not a file.
; change, however, have been blowing. flood control, water conservation, shore erosion background that your Fiftieth Anniversary The Editor. Democratic Party candidates member for two years prior.
I in the waste basket- party Feb.
State I
filing period is: IS
Edition showed for Martin here
When the voters last year approved the civil defense National Guard, outdoor County Edward T. Murray former vice "From :' said Murray
now on March 3.
issuing of bonds to purchase expanded recreation recreation and as Florida's Indian Agent. Ha we go on culling one bridge for a dime and the I'RIStS: '1 liE IIBRXRYASSOC1 chairman, who became chairmanof "we can simply go to the books to noon
lands in Florida it immediately became was Chairman of the Governor's Committeeon other for a quarter ,\' ION HW the Democratic Executive Com- and check as to party affiliationfor County filing period: noon ol
March 3 of March 17.
apparent that there was an anomaly in the state Recreational Development which conducted WORLD AROUND' US' mittee on resignation of Mrs Sarah the prior two years before the to noon

of Florida borrowing money with one hand to the studies and prepared the recommendations "WE COULD name them for famous ex Editor Stuart News: Wood early in February, has candidate runs. This applies equally

buy such lands while it was'selling them with leading to the development of the Out- ploren and noled figures of the past connected My family and I truly appreciate announced that "the election "laws to the Republican Party and the hubly more exciting than that. ol
the other hand door Recreation and Conservation Act of 1963. with this area-or for pioneers like Captain the wonderful travel series, of Florida will be carried out Democratic Party" he added. any of his counterparts since themldoeventeenth
Mr. Kidd will not be able, on his own, to He served as my representative in the advan- Hugh Willoughby or Commodore Stanley "The World Around Us," which Murray said that he had calledto The executive chairman of each century. His duty '

change this policy. His capacity I advisory tagous reorganization of the Florida National Kitching. We could name them for the Gulf the Martin County Library Association Commission the attention and of Dean the Tooker County party will also! have loyalty oathsto in short, is to teach new hea
feel it "
and administrative! He is, however, in a.'position Guard an4.contrihuted to the improved civil Stream the trade winds or the chambered the most is sponsoring We and educational is- county attorney. that it is manda furnish candidates which say, ens and a new earth, to show his

to work effectively feW the "big recreation defense! )program of Florida. His work In help- nautilus--for anything but a couple of pieces interesting that has been offer. tory that a candidate in the primaries in essence: office students into the world of Now.

picture" if the I. I. Board will Change Its policy. Ing the Seminole Indians of Florida help them of pocket change How ubout naming them ed the program public in Martin County whatever the party takea "I, do a candidate hereby solemnly for public swear or to consciousness drive himself of toward the that whichis lull

t \ It therefore behooves conservation group and selves is considered a model program for state (whoever did the most to get them?" I bore that the people of this party affiliation oath as well a. affirm that I will support the Con the left times. t mere
only armor
the general public to urge the board Itself to activity, Mr. Kidd's background, with its emphasis urea will support the Library Association the anti.Communist loyalty ouch stitution of the United States and irony or mere wanness against.-Benjamin
adopt 4 policy of putting the tl1Iximul1rublle:, on engineering experience in water man- "NO MY FRIEND," he was told, "you so we mar continue to Quoting Section 99.021 of the the State of Florida; that I am DeMott.
: lands it holds in trust to public*recreation use! agement, understanding of the principles of do not understand Martin County. We have have the privilege viewing such election' laws as to form of candidate not a member of the Communist .

\ H it I is necessary, to change the law in that conservation and proven administrative abilities our peculiarities That last suggestion wouldbe worthwhile programs. of! oath the he said: "A is printed Party; that I do not believe in the Where there is little meaning In

j respect, the law should be changed by the: next will add a new dimension to operation of a great idea anywhere else, but not here. Sincerely, copy to be furnished statement to the candidateby required overthrow of the Government of life, there is little respect t tordeath
the I. Board and thus enhance its staff Mrs. Tolcy A. EngebretscnJUNIOR the United States or of the Stale
I Milton S
services
legislature
,, It would be easier in Martin County to name the executive committee of said ,, .-. ,. .. .Eisenhower
I ,(Governor;) ,Bryant: statement when he spa to the people of Florida. of Honda by force or' violence; Vs -
I them for the people who tried (ho narde.t! 'Y :: WOMEN party Murray has the official
,I pointed Mr. Kidd on Feb 18 most certainly "Mr. Kldd was City Engineer for the City keep them from being built. APPRFUA1IVE forms both for the party oath that I am not a member of any 1 he honest man must be ,< pet
held the door open for a new policy We of Ocala at the time he joined the Governor's and for the loyalty oath and said organization or party which be- pctual renegade the life ot .inhonest
publish the governor's statement In full below, staff, and his prior experience included service Editor Stuart News: that he will supply them to Democratic lieves in or teaches directly or indirectly man a perpetual infidJt,
I "THEN YOU are not going to campaignfor Woman's Club of the overthrow of the Government -
The Junior ty. For the man who wishes to
s with the'reminder however, that Mr Kidd's as Chief Design Engineer of the Central and candidates.
new and better names for the bridges?" Stuart wishes to appreci of the United Slates or faithful truth make
express remain to must
position Is not executive and he may need to Southern Florida Flood Control District, Assistant I In the party oath the candidate "
force violence.
of Florida
staff for the by or
ation to you and your himself perpetually unfaithful mall
be backed by changes in Florida law before Water Control Engineer in Dude County swears as to his party membership
up The Stuart Newsto While the candidates will secure .
help extended by the continual, successive indefatigable
"THAT IS correct. We believe that time (either Democratic or Republican) 1
he for the state what will and he in Florida natural
can accomplish engaged resource! make our recent fish fry such the forms from chairmen of the renascent errors ,- .
"that he did for 90
and the real will take of the and vote per
estate men care
be of him. studies for of the committees, the
probably expected nine years as an employee a success cent of the opposed! nominees of party executive Charles Pierre Peguy.
"I take great pleasure in announcing on U, S. Geological Survey situation, Sincerely, said party, at the last past general oaths will be taken before secretaryof '
behalf of the Trustees of the Internal Im "Kidd served in the U.S. Army Corps of Anna Mae Hataway, election, if he voted at said elec. state for state offices and the You employ stone, wood and

provement Fund the appointment of WilliamR. Engineers In World War II, with duty In Italy AND WE TOLD our subscriber about the Corresponding Secretary, tion, and that he was not a regis- concrete and with these materials
Kldd- as Chief Administrative Officer of and the Philippines and remained active until story of Tick Ridge a high and sandy eminence Junior Woman's Club tried member of any other political you build houses and palaces That
the fund, Mr Kidd has been administrative recently in the U.S. Army Reserve; He graduated with a delightful view lying to the westwardof party during the two years immediately QUOTABLE QUOUS I is construction. Ingenuity is it
assistant and military aide to mt and engineer in 1962 from the Command and General Jensen Beach. IIKII: COVFRAGE ON preceding the date of Cutting down a weed is not so work. But suddenly you touch my
for pie Internal Improvement Fund since Jan Stuff College. Mr. Kldd is married, with three HIGH DEDICATION execution: of this oath or affirma- good as uprooting it.-S. G. Champion heart. You do me good and I am

liar)". 1961 children, and resides in Tallahassee. "A FEW COLORED people lived on Tick Publisher Stuart News: tion and that he pledges himselfto happy and tl say, "This is beau'tifuh
The Board of Public Instruction vote for 90 cent of the opposed That is Architecture.LaCorhusicr
"Under the auspices of the Trustees! much What the Governor might have added is: per
Ridge, and the land was very cheap, despite the
of i if
such Knowledge is only a
with thanking nominees party power
joins me in you
progress has been made in recent years. A sur "Mr. Kldd is going to need some help"Tke fact that it had the highest elevation, the .
for the fine coverage which you whose names shall appear upon man knows what facts not to
cleanest air, the best t water and the most gave to the dedication! of the new the ballot at the next succeeding bother about.Robert L>'nd. Hate I consider is an internal
beautiful views in Martin County of the Savannas Martin County High School. general election and during his kin. And hate is closely associated
to the west and the Indian River and oceanto Please convey our appreciationto term in of ice, if elected A fanatic is one who can't with fear I think fear breeds
Test Will Be Local Offices in NovemberWe're the east Everything was wonderful aboutit your editor, reporters and any "If this law had been observedat change his mind and won't changethe defeatism, and that is a disease!
but the name others who made this coverage the last election, we would have subject.-Winston S. Churchill that we cannot afford in this coun-
possible and so complete. avoided a lot of unpleasantness" try if we're going to maintain our
Yours truly, Murray declared He was obviously position in the family of freedom-
Closer very
to a Two-party SystemBut "THEN SKYLINE DRIVE ,was cut Thomas l. Crook.Superintendent referring to the election of Edward The present situation of the loving people.-General David M. I
through und the lund started selling at fancy Miller to the County Com- younger university teacher is pro. Shoup.
Still Have prices )in fine subdivisions with nice names
a Long Way to GoFiling
Gradually the words Tick Ridge" were stamped
out If you mentioned them in a real There Is a Junk Pile :

period for county candidates will 1st influx from Northern Hales. estate office, the whole staff would jump" you Sideshow Atmosphere of Ruby TrialIs I In the Sky Where the i
at next March 3 and and wash your mouth out with soup.
open noon Tuesday, it For instance, St Petersburg and Pincllus '
is a pretty safe bet that most of the incumbents Rocket Residue OrbitsThere's
County, predominantly tourist in nature, are American JusticeLoudmouthed
will announce intention for re-election. "AND YOU figure the same thing will Travesty on "
now "A Junk Pile in the Sky consisting
Republican Is northern Beach
strongly Palm
Some of the challengers have already Muck as happen to the Ten Cents Bridge and the Iwo
of hundreds of rocket bodies
nose
County The Jensen Beach area In Martin "
their heads out of the woods and others are County came within a few votes of electing: a Bits.Bridge"NOT / posturing. side-show type wald killed President John F. Kennedy. In so cones and worn-out communications devices
waiting to do so. By this time next week we States of he did tremendous disservice and both the United States
Republican County Commissioner a few lawyers lire not helping the United doing a !sent up by and Russia
I should know pretty well who's going to be tao, and did elect a Republican( school board years EXACTLY the same but there is America in the Jack Ruben tcin trial. injury to the United States. Had it not been The original cost of the "new mode-Is"\hcn
chance like
that could
in within ranks. Filing a something it occur
lined
opposition party
t up If case should be curried on in dignity for Rubenstem's action. the whole truth might mil
member at the last election any they were sent soaring upward was in the
when the real
for state office began on Tuesday, Feb. estate men really begin developing -
und decorum in court room, the trial of have been revealed to what Lee lions for orbit the
To old-line Democratic this Republican a as Harvey every one sent into ; now
18, and will end at noon Tuesday, March 3. politicians Stuart Beach and Hutchinson! Island. You
breath on their necks in local politics can always sell more real estate if can Kubcnstcin who\ changed his name to. Ruby Oswald meant when he raised! his clenchedfist worn-out) space hardware going around and
Local office within the you
I contestants parties should ike first for such treatment around the makes
have until noon Tuesday., March 17, to file. is a new and nut welcomed proposition! They romanticize it and everything leading to it. certainly I place in the Communist salute after his capture theorld'. costliest globe and up what is probablv.
have been happy to sec the two-party system Imaginative names for the bridges would help carnival of this certainly its hiShel.collcction
It should be borne in mind that the primary of work In 1 he defendant effectively sealed forever themotives Making a out trial is a of scrap. Most of the objects fall
presidential elections but not on the .
May 5 and the second primary of May 26 are local front. even the proof that Harvey Lee Os- travesty on justice. back to earth eventually, but there are always
"BILL AND BEN McCOY had the idea
choose candidates
just that, prinwics to party takeover
newer bigger more
Now the chickens home when owned the south of Hutchinson sophisticated ones to
The election will be on Nov 3. are coming to they point .
Dominance of the Democratic party in roost The Republicans smell blood and Can Island They called it Blue Lagoon, of Motels Return to New Buildings Seen
for made it the be expected to make a stronger-than-ever bid Coral Strand, almost t too much when taken in
Florida "practically
many years
same as election" if a candidate captured the for local offices. The Democrats can be ex- one gulp but not bad as two separate terms" Multi-story I Plan As Containers for Too Weak for Cuba

Democratic nomination But that is no longer pected to apply more stringent party rules on In Larger CitiesA Air, Light, PeopleA ,
true.. their candidates, as evidenced by a story on "SO YOU SEE no immediate hope?" In Planes, Ships

In the primaries, only registered party this page/, and to emphasize party loyalty: puzzling trend of the times is those motels new form of architecture. without windows States MacNamaraRobert
: members can vote for party candidates, but in more in the general election voting "NOPt It's like not miming a child for that have come full circle. which can be described as monolithic,

the general election there are no such requirements But the real I issue will be determined only five or six years. By the time you get aroundto We refer to the multistory affairs that are is appearing on the American scene, even herein MacNitmara, Secretary of Defense

and Republican candidates have received if the minority party, the GOP, knocks off it, everybody's calling him Dopey, Toady, now spearing In many cities under the label Stuart, Florida. whose business. is supposed to be keeping
surprising support obviously from "registered a couple more local offices in the general: Fatty or Butch. It may be too late to change of motels. A couple of examples are the Southern America strong, declared the other day thai

Democrats election. the names."ANYHOW, The motel's original, popularity was because Bell Telephone dial exchange building in down- we did not have sufficient fighter planet or

In fact, Florida. has gone Republican in the Because! many of the "Republicans at heart" you could park your car right outside the town Stuart and the new high school building surface craft available if last years Cuban
,1 last three presidential campaigns and there are who are registered Democrats have affiliated although we did campaign unit, didn't have to tip a bell boy to help on Indiantown Road crisis had made it necessary to mount a mass
\\1 beginning to be actual contests! for local of- with that purty only because they "want to to get the tolls off, we suspect that lots of you in with your luggage, and could dress any)! ,In a way these buildings with their un- invasion of the island.If .

I fice, especially in areas built up by heavy tour- make my vote count"If people: ) regret it. Without tolls, and with the old way you pleased broken walls, resemble desert fortresses Theyare "mighty America" was not strong enough

these! persons see that their vote "can Surgeon General scaring them away from the Now the motel is returning to the multistory designed as "containers" for artificially to invade the island of Cuba there is something
'1 t' .. 'I( count" they just might leave the Democratic cigarette machines, they're getting loaded down hotel idea whence it departed largely cooled or heated air, artificial light and "bad wrong" with our national defense

party und become Republican again, being with. dimes and! quarters. because of land costs m the big citieWe're ,. people. Factories and schools have set the realities.
j The Stuart Newt will furnish photo print eligible to help choose party candidate -us pace; eventually homes may be expected to Where has all the money gone?
8 10 Inches, of well as to elect them "IT MAY WELL be that their constant follow suit.
of1( size up to by any picture all against socialism, unless it applies -
l taken NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 But you can't be too sure. The registered"DcimRcpubs" references to the Ten Cent Bridge und Should the Two we to the government putting public worksin Buthdt happens when the power goesotf Africa's leopards face extermination because
first Bits Bridge is rooted in nostuglia.
j for the print and $1.00 for any additional are in the enviable position on1" our own area. ? of worldwide craze for leopard skin
f print! ordered from the same negative at the of being able to help choose the Democratic campaign to get the tolls buck coats and the Audubon Society has asked style-

sand time; larger sites by special quotation. candidates in the primary and then vote Re- Women are great for breaking things, like. Miss" Mitford, who chided Americans about conscious! American women to boycott the furs

I Stuart Newt employee will not take photograph publican in (the general election, What more would be open to infiltration by "Rcpub-Dems fives, tens und twenties. holding big funerals, has! now shut up for .oo to protect the species.
except for the newt and advertising: could they want? registered Republicans who would vote Democratic .

column: of Tb Stuart New. The great hazard the Republicans face If in the general election. Can't a fellow Grilled chopped sirloin at $1.45 is a 35c Slow down at sun down; dont wait for a The great source of terror to infancy is

....- .......""( '.. they establish a pattern of success i is that the)I trust anybody any more? hamburger in a fancy restaurant wreck to stop you. solitude.-William James.



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, WSCS TO HOLD '" ,-. ........-.- _. ....-''r New Books I TTIT STUART (Florida) !mw:

I FOOD SALE I 1"" T," at I Ihurvduy, February 27. 1964 5-C
:
t
The WSCS. will ... .
sponsor a II food sale on Saturday, March 7 I" ,; ,. ,: j' ,,:i\ ., Public Library r\\n ARE: NIMFI ON
I .. '
I ul the community: center starting ,\ t-. I NOMINATING; GROUP
at 9 am Mrs. Cecil Melton will .' II Mrs
:<;, I Anu I 'I ng new hooks; which have Mrs William Walters and
be in.charge _. irnu.l rcunlh al Merlin I County Joseph' Punrod were elected. : asmembers
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Public I Ihr.lf\, are"Fhe ( of the nominating com
I I lillII' ( ,iris. Bowen: 'Deal
the I est I Drum" Fleming I ; Sing nuttee at a recent: Stuart WOOl

t lor lour Suppn" Irmkau, Love, an'i C tub meeting. They will
I IL!Ik: "Nut' 1 Hunger! ," (,allieo; "My join Mrs Hugh Juan, representing -

I 1 I Yeirs With t t liciKful Motors, the board of directors in preparing -

{ Slotn a slate of officers for tho

f w I The I Firm Margaret:; ( ookhook Ruilkin,, Riulkm Pepper-, 1964-65 club yc.trMn .

tv J Js "Tike Heed nl I loving Me," Vm- C'. R Vanderveer. president

mgl: ) hc J-oresl Furh. 'The thanked Mrs, Loren I Allen,
lost World ol (Jmnlana R 'IO," Mn Tom Weiser and Mil Hugh
Peissel. G.iwn for providing clerical service

4y 1 the Rise' 01 1 the \\est. a I His- f for the chest X.ray unit and also
...' Ion ol the Iluman Community," announced that Mrs George Conrad
McNeill "A lortune will rcnrescnl the club on the
i ; in the Junk
: s Pile," Jenkins. "A undo/ Ikx>k of local beiiutificiunn committee
"N United Slates Coins; 'God Mrs. Walter life( .lIlre was ac

(.rllw .1 ind Scholars M.irck; cc :l'd a new :member
j Mimm.il of the \Vorld," U 'ur. It that the March:

Ord here; Fun Projects for Dud and 11 business meeting will be preceded .
.s r
Y3 a a ",' the "Kids," Stiles. and "The Wonder I by ,i covered dish luncheon.
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Book 1 ot, I Ir.uni," Carlisle

: I \ Three \-cllent up-lodite "hookson Barbara Ann llniheySHRir
i'' ilcitrii.it md electronic withliihoriilon
: \RliL MRMCETipint :
"
I'i manuals arc: B.isleHeclronics
I WORKING AROUND J 111E CUKk: to get the barbecued pork I ." Johmnsen; 'Direct Dlrlmlnnt .
i .' I rciiih acre Ijck AJJy Iclt and V V \\orlti.un under the hat at I I I Current I Fundamentals;' I taper; Km\ >l 0 I'I.h rr -wi.r.pALe f :unit n.Il.e l ,,

I Frank W ich.i; Day 1 and "Alternating Current lunda- Phone AT 7-4637

Pelican I ._ .. rentals," Oulf
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COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : ; lack Williamson' left and Jack Saundcrson and then ivcs. stood 1 m Women's AssociationWill State Asks Bids limn: Bill DIM, I IN?
SURGE: I IN '
: Beauty Salon a long line tor pork baked beans. and corn on the cob on Feb 16 at Wacha Appreciation Day Elect Tuesday SOUTH

Southern home Tiuilders from
---- - Utl
Evenings by Appointment Election of Alficxn will bo held On Center SpanAt January through November 1963
.. ,, I I
'F' e1aYbaaMsaN I; --1 poured approximately $.',429.-
the March 2 of the
I Myrtles Clark Claire Scranton WWI Auxiliary ttt mooting U(),OOO into the construction' of Dift'irti
Jensen Death Women's AM.oela.lion. Jensen Beach
215 OSCEOLA AT JENSEN BEACH NEWS new reiiidcntial housekeeping unite
I 73484I I In pernsit-issuiig 1'11I.ene.lrty: a
Holds Card
Party i Mrs Out IVculnchH has been! Bids on the center draw span fourth of the nations $11,873- VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN: Correspondent AT 7-17W Fw Your P..du DrtehWC I
named as nominating thuirmm, of Jensen! Reach bridge over the (000,000) ( ) spent 1 : for ll .il purport.Imports !. '
"- )'Ph:! Twenty-five tables were in playat I and assisting her are Mrs. Alice Indian River will bo\ received at IIRVC LUNCH

the dessert' card party given by I Price and Mrs. Dorothy Ivulb. the Slate Road Department Tallahassee ol copper into the United STUART DRUG CORP.

Garden Club Will the Auxiliary of World War 1 on All members are urged to attend until 10 am., March: 31. States last >enr amounted lo ... Lml C riailw DUI AT T-1M
Thursday Fcb 20 at the community this important meeting/ Two spans of iho three-span 470,000( tons, or 10 per cent of Till KKXALL stoat .J
Home Loan Talksby center bridge!! have been completed Money the nation'_requirements ._

Door prim were won by Mrs. Three Read 440 for new span haw been available -

Ruth Wheeler, Mrs Helen Ferguson for conillerahlo.limo.. .
Stuart ShowJensen Bible
don herold Help and Mn Cecil Harlow Special ChaptersAt NO 1NCOMK TAXVOIUUESI!
I
prizes were won by Mrs Mamie Trinity Methodist Church, Wild Turkeys Arc Contact
While and Mrs Jane Manchester :
Beach Garden Club held 9 13. Members award for Hiblit rending were recently
: through are requested Mix Elea- Traded for DeerA
Mrs Ruth Hall and
its regular monthly meeting onWednesday to have plants! at the agricultural given to Halu-rt Smith
nor Diffcnd acted as cochairmen .
Mn 1' P Toimisik and Mrs. J
19 Mrs. J. N.Bragan of the
Feb section fairgrounds ALICE
chgldwe total of east Texas C. SMITHLICENSED
in charge: of arrangementsand .
E. B iltcr Their combined total released
second vice president, presided by 910: am on Monday Mn Laura Dur cM was in deer were /list week In
; > win 440() chapters: in five dIY'
S in the absence of Mrs Cal March 9. charge of the while (elephant table the Game and I'resh Water I Fish
Mrs. Tomasik was high, reading
vin Wilbcr, president Mrs. Carl Hong was named :2bU! chapters: Commission's vcrgliicles: Wildlife TAX CONSULTANTAT I
The included half. chairman of the Management Area to
meeting a nominating com according'
hour talk on horticulture, given mittee, assisting her will be Mrs. Luncheon Honors Rev Awards J. Holmes were ,presented who conducted by the L F Ciamey, Everglades regional 7.H08( () I

1"Stiaor/ by Mrs. Rollin Reynolds Her subject Ralph Henry and Mn John ko- Mrs. Clear on I h e recent evangelistic meetings manager. OR URIItj: BOX 336 PORT SAIIRNO, IIORIDA !

f@ we was "Starting Plants from a man at Trinity ChurchWorkshop "A shortage of wild turkey in
SOth
rl 1 q' h Leaf Mrs W. A Gesner of Stuart BirthdayA east Texas!, prompted the exchange
Two new members, Mrs Fred was the guest speaker and delighted of twenty-five Florida wild turkeys
A of friends relatives I Held
D Morris and Mrs. Smith Ho>t, her audience with a history of Mrs group Valorous : Ydnt-k-ar :met for the 1'0nY'lhree east Texas deer
were welcomed into the club flower arrangements from Egyptian "We well 811Iifi.'JL ilh the
Jensen Beach were LOOKINGfor
Kb 20) at the Ralph tvmrudcs : Garden (lub held
Let home loan Attention was called to the date and Roman days lo the pres. beach house to celebrate her a workshop on Tuesday. Kb I It (It'ocruleollltllion of these deer and
of the Stuart flower show at the ent time. Her arrangements were eightieth birthday I home of Mrs Elmer De- they will add greatly to the already
Stuart Woman's Club, on Saturday greatly admired and her ability til.h": abundant supply of Florida whil
experts like First and Sunday, Fcb 29 and March: envied by all present.Refreshments Those in charge of the dinner Those attending worked floral tail deer present in the I vergladevManagement
on
I from 2 to 9 p,m. Mrs Jack were served at an and entertainment included !MnC Area," laid Clinney'
Kuhn and Mn. Rollin Reynolds of uttractivcly-decoratcd tea table pre Earl Evans of Stuart; Mr. 1 1). arrangements and were grciitlyassisted "With the exception ol a slightly 0
Federal of Vero the local club will assist in the sided over by Mn Carl Houg and I.. Wadhams. Mrs. Ruth H W Mrs. by suggestions made by darker coloration of the lexus
Calvin \Vilber, president ol
classification of the horticultural Mrs Freeman, Mrs. Anne Landlord: i
Leroy
Hcppe deer it Is Iho name species us we-
the club The made'
her daughter Mrs Zola Swtrlhout, arrangements s
Beach help ,section. : -- at I the shown enjoy hunting here in Florida GOODFOOD.
WitrLshopwent at
you Members Wre: also rehimdcd The first factories In which machinery nil of Jensen Beach, and her ion, )
Chance Val Clear of Miami Ihe regular meeting t
that the Jensen Beach club: will was used! extensively were
The world's 'leant briny sea, (ho
decide sponsor the horticultural: section New England textile mills in the Out'of-town guests Included a I 1ICKHS:
AVAILABLE/
Baltic, has only or tail
seven
of the Martin County Fair, March early 1800 niece of Mrs. Clear, Mrs Paul fOR KIDS DAY thousand of parts .
per sea water as contrasted
Roe and her husband of Detroit) 1j. '
with In the Ked
and Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Greenof According u> a spokesman forty-two ).
Building or buying a home can Knox, Jnd the l.anllford./fJII/ 'ark Association Sea ..
Where this emblem fc displayed you are the advance mile of tickets
always be a headache unless you Mrs Clear was! also feted at a i
assured of the finest insurance servicein for Kids' Day on April 2, which
luncheon at Frances l.ungford'sOutriggcr
get off on the right foot. the Then Eat At The
has
organization ,
the land. Restaurant by Mrs John been : successful IN sponsoring. Hearing Aids
Maybe Frist Federal of Vcro W. Stokes on Kb 20 most

Guests Mrs. Clear, Mrs Ticket are still available and e AL1tN EAR
Beach be obtained from of the
Swarthout and Mrs Free 1dn.TrIIity may any I BIIIIND: KAREYEGLASS
piness by advising you on buying directors of the association. e

or on building procedures, and by S
Methodist HIRE i OR nvo !MOM us BODY TYPE SNACKColorado
arranging good financing. ...s.,4.. C.. 1...... 'or AU ....... t
Plans/ PresentationOn Mr. and Mrs. John L Sparksof ,
They'll help you buy or build l Hrattlehoro. VI. are the gucsli" i

sensibly and to finance economically Sunday, March: 1 at 7:30: of Mr and Mrs Merton Chase of 4o'J3llcon BASKET

p.m. there will be a presentationof blame Avenue They arrived I Feb. I "
..N Christ and the Fine Arts (famous I and plan a two-month visit, = "J KWseal 11 aM

You'll find First. Federal' scrv paintings depicting the life of HEARING AID CENTER
Christ), at the Trinity Methodist On the average one suicide is I H_. A..t. _. HO I.... at U.S. 1
and their
ice faster and friendlier, Church: in Jensen' Beach. It will be committed and eight ultcmpf at 'Tee Or.ni. A.*, ,.. Plm*
Initial charges are low and their interest narrated by Mrs. Marcus Geigcr suicide are made in the United ,...... l.r AAlP.NITA Phone AT 7-2153
rates reasonable They're the W. B. TILTONSince The public i Is invited Slates every thirty minutci. I I i

right size to gixc you warm per The Women's Society of ( hris- '
THE DEPENDABLE SUCCESS CARS OF 64
tiara Service will meet at the :
sonal attention. 1921INSURANCE church on Monday, March 2 at

And you may be able to save 7:30 p.m. Mrs. T. P. Tomasik will
be in charge of rograisOn I
greatly on interest costs at First AGENCYJENSEN Tuesday, Marc t the official .

Federal because they allow you to board of the Trinity Methodist .

make advance payments on prin. BEACH AT 7-1411 Church: will meet at 7:30:
p.m. at the church.
cipal when you are able



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fi.(' Tilt STUART (Ha) NtttS .,
I Thursday, J'ebruaryBuilding 27, 1964 Fabrics for Spring CommentBy


Permits r* Home Building i Section ] I. the Demonstration Agent


Total $50,780 I By UR'nLIVRDlSE inine shapes. They will be seen
any from the ballroom to the beach
Fabrics with surface interest are as after.five dresses, formal. shirtwaist .
I Nineteen building permit issued RECENT BUILDING PERMITS making hits with designers and classics, or even poolside
Martin lust week to- home'srwers alike for i p r in g. coverups The heavy cluny or
in Cmmly
(Feb. 14 through 21) Tweeds, cords piques, crepes, Madeira types will give any con'
'titled $ n.) 7S0. twills, and
\seersuckers, ottomans tume casual or elegant th it all-
In the City of Stuart a $10,000 Owner Location ContractorCity Description Amount many other novelty cottons vie for girl look:'
permit liken out by I. E. Sadler i honors this spring These are not
Ir for.a commercial building at"M4 Stuart the usual piques!, seersuckers, and An American earning average
I ottomans.' They arrear in many and e prices
paying average
I Stnilh Dixie Highway lopped A. O. Hunter I III I I Albany Avenue hlosley Addition S 3,000 'sizes, shapes and designs-with wages for( food can buy thirtysevenounces
three J'Crm totaling $13,150. A. T. Van Tassel fi21 St Lucie Crescent None Remodel tSOI. ribs in both regular and random of meat with one hour of

A service nation at InJiantown E. Sudler Jr 714 South Dixie Highway Sadler-Mile Commercial building IOOOlI) patterns-and in solids as well as work-more than anywhere else
end ,.1 residence at Manatee Cove. prints. in the world.

Port Salerno each requiring $10 Martin County That it is an avant-garde seasonis sw...s..*.. ,...,4 .fir' "p
(x()) permits. boosted the number seen in the flamboyant prints,
of permits issued by the county Dorca\ Flowers. Stuart Fam1. None Packing shed 4.000 bold lines, primitive designs, and IN MFMORIVM:
building inspector to sixteen for Thelma Furh lemon Beach Alumera Corporation Enclose porch 1,50)() game-hunter reptile patterns. Pan-
a tolil of WA10. Jim Rennet GolJen Gate I None Residence 7,000 els and horJen appear in many Mrs Elsie Schmiel, Martins Mobile -
gui'IC81 do appliqued motifs Homes Park wishes to thank
Alice M. Smith Hohe Sound None Cabana 350Michell
IUMBFR: PRODUCTION Contrast on contrast is seen in Chaplain John N. Hudson, First
I II II II II IJ UP IN SOUITI Benedict Mobile Home Gardens None Patio slab I 150MN. sport and at-home fashions( Baptist Church of Stuart: for his
William C, Appleton Port Sewall None Utility room 2fXIO Smooth surfaces contrast with ten- comforting words and her many
According to unofficial Indus E. C. Bledman Port Salerno Johnny William' Utility room ISOO) lured ones, bright patterns clash friends and neighbors for their

try elimalethe of southern total 1963'lumber production Gooding Flower Farm Palm City Farms None Implement shed SOO with i each other I and embroideriesand i i, many acts of kindness, during her

was nearly nx billion pine board feet- Sheltra Jndlanlown Martinique Construction Service station 10.fXJO) prints make smart partners. It recent bereavement
may sound a little mixed up but .
an increase
over the previous year the output : Stafford Sunnhine Mobile Manor None Patio 105II,1rry era way. Some designers have expertly -
mcludet a largo proportion of A. Collet Manatee Cove None Re\ldence 10,000( blended such exciting com SAF-TI-AIDS
engineering Iumher-preshrunk binations as gingham checks and
and stress'rated for precision uses calicoes, abstract stripes and paisleys LOCKSMITHSKEYS

Retirement Home of/ !the Week: and denim and lace. MADE
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METALWe Interesting fabrics demand sun -
pIe lines and artful carving. While
Are Workers In !Metal Lock Combinations


IF WE WE CAN DONT MAKE HAVE IT IT I Every Inch of Space Used in Home holy the array shift conscious of shapes still can shapes and he fresh are seen becoming styles in an-. Changed

.... more popular There probably -NEW LOCKS-

"f't'', will be no hurried switch to the
Bji9JI Gibson girl type clothes. but the lobe Sound
The first group of figuree'in trend to femininity is app irent. 546.4881516.5131
the house number repreacute Romantic laces are very much
the square feet of live "in" with the return to more fern-
STUART PLUMBING able area in the house (The
& METAL WORKS other group is an office number For Experienced
Cleatloofa
Bra S4. ATlMtfe T-OIJI emus .) According to Jan Rein- n i
er, the cost of building such I NurseriesArchitect Antique
S a house may be reckoned at Repair
PAINTS HARDWARE about $10 1 square foot, Designed Landscaping
ATUntk .3&J exclusive I of Fad cost. For example Oriental Design A Socially." and

a house numbered Complete line of OrnamentalPlant Restoration
CatrulM rift. 935-11 would have 925 square Material "The Indian
.... feet of livable and
Pt.st.aPte. 1_ area River Area's Oldest Landscape CALL

I IJ c. should I cost aprroxlmatcly .... --- -..--..- -" out 38th Year" Turn
$9,350 to build. 1-- ........ ... : 1I Nursery
T. aback. Right off U.S. 1 at Llndsley The Steele'sHobe

......... s..".... L._ )",.,, _,..ot..a.t..W: : windows looking out on the garden Lumber lit Fort Pierre Phone
and a laundry center (LN) I 16Aa4 BEDRMBEDROOM Sound 5464881MJKJNI1URE
Motor Brti.KM P.. Black. D.4w, By JAN REINER HOward 15332.
I shin. P.r+.r c.a... ... Otkm close to the carport door. The = 9x10 I 10.10a J __ __ ____ _n__
INDIAN RIVER SALES Home No, 997-25 "work zone" is duylightcil' andventilated --- --- --

0. The Driy. 0... Mil* Nortk Every Inch: of is used to by a skydome that con e
JENSEN BKACH space tarns i a fan There is also r a window F' R
advantage in this three. ;t
compact opening into, the carport. Thereare ,..
bedroom and one-bath home No.
Tops In Design 997.25, only 997 square feet in under parallel the counters window with sink (IS) _1
refrigerator
floor area. Its roof gives height
where it i. needed over the living- (HF) to the right and the rangeR CARPORT 'LIVINC DININC RM= BEDROOM 1 I

IV I dining area and the master bed (closet) on.opens the inner into wall.the A kitchen good sized and 21 I 13x, <}I< FA\\
KINGSIGNS room, and skydomes over the RENTALS
I there is additional
storage spacein
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kitchen and bedroom hall bring in 4a FRONT---
(he laundry center
extra", light and air.
\ The rear portion of the kitchen ROWELL FURNITURE CO.
The front livmig dining area ((22 'L" Is 16V4 by 6 feet-and offers I
feet long) has five floor to-ceiling I
jalousie windows as well M a jal. great versatility: of function, depending doors for greater accessibility well as outside At the lame time Dial AT 7.0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamp

I I misled front door with planter (P). on.. the needs 1'-.1"-of the fam1Jy.la.edJitiae..an -I There is a linen closet (L) and an they would shield the windows I ... .. .
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BART" clUIrT/ in TUB PBllrOom hall. from the
NEON beside/ U (sell picture) protected street without interfering
I III SPECIALISTSFort ing, it can he used! as a play space This hall Is
against the weather by the wide lighted by a skydome with light and air or competing
for ,
Pierce/ HOward 4-1399 roof overhang The higher front children a workshop for hobbies The 5 by 711 foot bathroom with the excellent proportions of
ceiling makes poksibla/ (troughs of or a spot for the homcmnk has the tub away from the window the house -
indirect lighting above three windows er to keep accounts, iron and sew. a wall,hung toilet and conntcrtnp Plans for Home No 997:2!
Further decorative effect It hits access to the carport and washbasin with i cabinet were drawn hv architect Jm Run
I II TH FOR HOMES to the service A
screened
y) might be obtained by finishing the yard. space underneath it. er, editor of Florida HOURS' I mig:
( THAT NEED Hitting rear wall of the area In porch could be added behind this The house I is heated electrically izine. (Maguzine n available at Motors Rewound
+ELECTRICAL"PEPUP" vertical redwood siding (random living kitchen by substituting a either by coils embedded in the Vul i Book Shop or by mailing S I
uilth) or painting it white or a sliding gloss door (or a regular. ceilings or perimeter heating around to 10M( >-Fifty.second Street B I Home Wiring & Outlets
lighter color than the other two window and a door) for the triple the outside wallsLandscaping. North St. Pclcrihurg 10 Fla.)
walls. The light shade would givean jalousie window. should plannedwith l Water Pump Repairs
impression' of greater depth The two corner bedrooms have the front windows ej m mind i OPEN ALL DOT WEDNESDAY 4
erar One advantage of this living- crossvcntilution through three awn- Flowering shrubs planted a short
Ii dining area is the ease with which log type windows. Fach bedroomhas distance from the house could he I

': : it t can be cloned off from the rest -a 5 foot-. -closet--with.--.Mold-- enjoyed---from-inside- the' -house- as 111Complete I
of the house r-by a door to the I ED
bedroom hull and a sliding door The Final Four years He also received five years I
t it1 (see arrow on plan) to the kitch for escaping jail while awaiting a I II
en. The dining area (to the left of re-trial. The sentences will run I
j the front door) adjacent to the Gideon CasesSentenced concurrently
kitchen. Ben Turk, who was serving a Chason's Garage
'i The kitchen is an -shaped room three.year sentence for escape, was HIGBEE ELECTRIC
14 feet deep and 16(6( feet wide, Here sentenced to the time he had already AT 7-2311
MIClimmw 1 containing three 70nOa: work served and releised crevice FOR SAFETY
1j" I : zone ((8 by 8 feet)), a space for Informal Defendants In the last four )In non-Gideon cases, Beth At. 41104la S.u'k' ..... 1111h..r 327 OSCF.OLA AT 7-0744
t dining: beside the three I wood charged on two counts of
Gideon cases in Martin Circuit
forgery, was sentenced to under.
\\ I fburt Circuit( were sentenced C. Fcb 17 by go psychiatric tests mm M m a1 m m m m g
Pfeiffer Trow-
Judge
1 NO DOWN Edward Williams, charged with
I Miidemi' bridge All had been returned from breaking and with intentto
Ra ford for trial because of entering
re not
Tomato, potato, and watermelon commit a felony, \\sentenced
PAYMENT having when first
attorneys 1 con-
find these hard to.kill insects \ VICU'd. to six months to three years
growers
.
I orcnzo Coleman received four FIRST
no match for CYGON the 100% FinancingIF Robert Ice aden was convictedof months the county)jail for break. i II
.
Insecticide with all these important YOU OWN A LOT breaking and entering with intent ing and entering with intent to
to commit a felony and received .
advantages. FORMULA commit a felony
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ACREAGE OR IUVE
five years in prison. James R. Mills will six
Kills 100-200 amp wlriaff LEASED LAND serve '
contact
on and plenty of con Chester A Sagner Jr, who months in the county Jail, following
Good residual activity venlent iwitchet and 2-3-4 Bedroom Homri pleaded guilty to a child molesting I conviction on a charge of a MORTGAGE I
I outlet. Lake Cottage charge was handed a five.year breaking and entering with Intentto ;
I Systemic action from Inside B Vacation Home !sentence, the same he was serving commit a misdemeanor I
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the plant IK net B Retirement llomeeRichard before. Angelino Sanchez and Santos
Low In hazard-no special ntciiiutCMTUCTII rei HighConstruction serve two years for breaking and the county j jail for breaking and
t protective equipment needed 1 fit(NINE R Eat mtcl,. Co., entering with Intent to commit a entering with intent to commit a CORP.i
O Economical-low rates give misdemeanor The breaking and misdemeanor.Sam .
effective control FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT CO. INC. entering offense was committed Little and Juan C Torres I ,")r
MlifllH IUHO fLOKiat 2011 South Dixie( Ph. 833-0955 while he was out of jail awaiting charged ilh larceny of an
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. a re.trial. The sentences run consecutively automobile, were placed on probation
Use for two yean i OF STUART I
Thomas Lundberg also received A charge against Dorothy LouIse .
five years for grand larceny l Carter of receiving stolen goodswas
INSIST ON THISPOLICY His original sentence was ten dismissed 1'1
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'" .. .NIsMRS. Flower Show March 8, 9 Is r is UT VNOIR: .i RING vu face- Guidance Counselor Talks ofDropouts' I Fihnwrv 21; W4 1-0.

JUPITER Jupiter sins undergoing a
I I. lilting last week as work on the I

ANNA MJAEAR, Correspondent Phone 74M64J Discussed at Garden ClubThe new tates entrance moved .hcUld.to Yacht The new Club road Fv I School Problems I---H-"" and puntrvts I indemnity who receive com-

''''''''''. < "..."""' ....-- .. < w _....., and 9. cuts through a jungle that "bordered Carey Russell' "guidance counselor director mj Mn Thclmu Hart also I receive: incomj
show, of 8
flown "Symphony
," conservation problem The Stale C,>n'ICTVatk'Q>nt. Alternate AlA and shows the I at Jupiter school, spoke on "both ol Vero Reich were guests qllc'tionnlliand, (heir payment
Spring { the
\Art Show and National Anti-litter and Roadside mitten has asked the cooperatwnof attractive h'nMthnt hud been Drop-outs, to the Business andProfessional Attending were Mrs Helen Vy are similarly regulated, hy Kcllefc
Success the ot t o' their income
itcrw amount
w i\s
hiding along W at their meeting
a ; Beautification \\tek. were all clubs in naming native plant omen horny Sirs. ( irl rwsbv\. Mrs
(lub Estates added
subjects for discussion at the I that should be put on the protected Yacht I I'hul'1t\.IY I \ evening at the h'10I Robinson Mrs Shirks P. Floyd -
of tho Travelers listRoadside. ThlIO'provement to the village I f M 1'1. Richard Tailor. Mrs hvetllioll. Mrs Wilbur Old. Veteran receiving compcnsation
ward meeting disabiWitics
Palm Garden Club this week. Be.unification Week, Follow the removal ol the Florida Mrs. David Yites, long a member hunt Mrs tileen Robertson. Miss for service connected
EntriesThe East toast' Railwav section i I are not required to reportincome
\Eighty-one
Mr. \Villiam'' Engclman was which begins April I H. will have of the" high school faculty and Dorothea Hannenn.m. guest of the .
abandoned and
hostess to the group at the Lounge M* recognition here in the contin- douses long very now librarian ut the school, introduced hostess Mrs John J. Trent. Mrilliam *. - --
at Salhaven assisted by Mrs Frank uance ot the work hv the Business much an ejesor) *. Town Commisitoner Mr Bussell' His twenty- \\' Morris. Mrs Belly Ferguson
first annual art show spon The century old lighthouse proved J.I Doty and Mrs William R. and Professional Women' and the Louise Johnston hu'I.'II" eight years I in the teaching field Mrs Robert" Nichols Mrs"
ored by the newly formed art a popular model for local ar Lewis. Travelers Palm Garden Club In instrumental in getting that urea hnv given hint an undemanding George 1)'rL'l11u'Ir'. F. F.
of Jupiler-lequesla Lists oil S. Wood, mowed and cleared of debris of youthful problem, He credit V I'm proudto
roup was and a dreamy by Mr. John Arscniult chairman planting the triangle at the inter. Yates .111,1lr I Minur
.
held this past week at the First granddaughter of Civil War General of the flower show, announced section of Alternite AIA and U. Mr. and M '* Gale White. purchasers ed the Business and Profcwitonal
tank of Jupiter. Eight-one en. Mead designer of the Jupiter hut the show will be held In the S I I. The Town Commission is of Jupiter Martina, on Alternate Women with a preliminary Mirvey represent the
Ines in four categories were Light captured an honorable auditorium at Salhaven this year assisting M\\ have removed one that put facts into the hands of Disabled Vets
fhown. mention.Mr. instead of the card room, and will' It was announced that the l large frame I building from the ,ilean.1 school.1 authorities 1 for their presentstudy. : ,
Ribbons were awarded in oil and Mrs George JenLin try be much enlarged Gardens are March 3 meeting ot the Garden plan for I under improvements Present survey in Honda I .
The that hll'Cn" razedwas Must WORLD'SLARGEST
for "Old Violin" to Mrs. G J Wing, local artists and art instructors at wing displayed and a number of Club will he held at the community building Jupiter s first hotel, owned show our average. below the national Dependents,
lirst; Seascape by S. dcKorsa-" both Norton Gallery and PaInt xitsidc exhibitors are liking part. i room of the Riverside Drive that time Mn I avenge

Loff. SUmcr, !second. ,third and "Geranium"An honorable hyIt show Beach. Private School, judged the The I date for the show are March Retirement Village! G'Ih.I.I:::: King i at, now Mn,by 1. OBradecn : identify School dropoUIat authorities a are very able early to Report Income

whose" homo i. on the
the
They feel that tome of
notion went to E. Gushing for r age
i seascape Tea Honored RoodWilliamsRehabilitation Old lake Worth Creek which )\\oung people are not academically Al'pro'til11l1l11I.tMH) ) ,Jt'lIhledvel
the Intracoastul\ Water i
Water color awards were made Brush Fire in run into challenged by tho present: y- e r .111'i ,i ml also the dependent
tor way. tent filmy of the dlpoutare ol' deceased uleran inI'Jrilu
untitled Sitcad.
an landscape hy Unit Here keen mentally and, if the systemcan ,. .
who r'ccI1I'nlhl
first; and Jupiter Light" h> Threat TuesdayHomeowners MAI'I fF'I \\IiCF.:'\ WORK be adjusted, with shop, train. \rc reminded pension this AUTOMOBILE
payments
Jl I. Roberts, second. ON:"\ Jtl'ltrR: INLETProsperity : '
they1
l Ina. and work training. may week to report their inniiul income INSURANCE
A first ribbon in graphics went American Legion Auxiliary of Jutant n* well :is in Auxiliary member ()Oredging Company, be saved A plan fr'combatting promptly\ to the Veterans, Admim
to W. Cushing and a second for stood by, to evacuate the RooJ-Williams Post honored and her daughter: Nancy Har- lake Park, under the direction dropoutMr.. Bussed said, would tration to avoid has their COMPANY
utg pity
the firemen and |
|Sampan Life to M Scott some helped its rehabilitation committee for Diane will be offered the civic organizations ..
titian a Junior. Hughes was of Captain S. T. Milling Sr. ments. stoppedJohn .
others down their homes with .
I A stoneware casserole wet for in the
won atint work on article veterans
i, ribbon for Dodie Thaycr and their garden hoses as a wind-fanned Veterans' Hospitals at a tea on also inducted into the junior group.Mn be starting work on Jupiter' .Inlet In Mr the .area.Thomas Robinson, president W ,Keller. Miri Count; I'
L slab owl caned her a third while grass and brush fire threaten- Saturday afternoon. Roy Rood, Mrs. Kenneth within the next fifteen days according announced a joint meeting Veterans' Sen ice ollicc, said lha r. '
member of
I R Clirk
leconcl place was captured hy M ed some thirty homes in Jupiter Mr A. E. Bassett Mrs. Walter Horne Mn Harlow Rood Mrs the Jupiter lo Inlet Commission. with Vero Bench and Pnhokee the VA his muled; to earl pensior::: ..... I.
flams for a hand-built bottle Riverside Estates on Tuesday Savage, Mrs. Albert Wehage, A. L. Pcnnock III. Mrs John Lich IIin.anJ Professional Worn- recipients I t a punchedwhich upoi I '
I The first sculpture award n..waej The fire-fighting equipment of and Mr*. William Jaeger, mem and Mn Michael: Sholli made up'', ...,.. "'_ri"':v s",\, 1'I'nOBITUARIES en's Club* to he held on April 2<. the income lel'"rt must hi r :
lo A H Growe for i Jupiter Volunteer Fir i Department hen and Mn Hoi, B. Driskcll, the initiation team Also a hake sate is i planned for made Pensions icisc under I hi i u I
jhis mobile Jonah and the v\ htile." fought the blaze for six volunteer, were given corsages i March 1. law if thenivwie ol' n ivnsion' re
second A third hour It under control aroundthe held Service piM for fifteen yean cipiont rise obovi" m I est,ihlishetin ..
nook .
place. place was Initiation ceremonies were Bas ti.I 1I! Mr.*. I leti Ch *brotifh.| district _
jribbon went 1 to B Rigti for Flon I homes by 5 p.m. but still raged for Mn Garner who Is post ad- membership were given Mrs. l
Lla Wrens"Books in the wood south and west of sett, Mn William Saner, Mn. ANNA. MOSCIIFRVAnni ROIIHKT MJOHNSON .

_. Jupiter. Four houses had flames Walter Savage Mn Lieb. Mn. <). Moscheni seventy-. CII \\IBFR Oil:IRJupitcrTcqiiest SEPTIC TANKS
-- -- (
-
battle. Ligc Mayo, Mrs James Worth, nine, recently of Haymond's Trailer
close them the
to during
All of the $100 Netted Mn Sophie Rood, and Mn. Wil- Park but for many years t h e ,i C ham" e r of CLEANED REPAIRED JJI I F0<'FAN BLVO.PKK :
Jupiter equipment was
Are Open on the sceneRepublican. liana Small, Ten-year service' pinswent joint owner and operator with her Commerce hUd lit. monthly bust DRAIN FIF'IUS RIPURFDAND !SHOPPING PLAZA
to Mn, Home, Mn. .Ken husband of her own restaurant on ness men' coffee on NVedncsdiy
I In Donkey neth Meyer, Mrs Pcnnock Mrs U. S. I I. died on Fch IK at SIM with tvscnty-four member and RK-IAIU Fast! of Bunk <>f Stuart :
I For RegisteringMayor Club Harlow Rood, Mn Roy Rood, ,iry's Hospital, She had\ been a guest unending. UII. 2H7-M25 .
Mrs Sholtis, Mn. John resident of for the
Ziegler Jupiter
Heard Nevad on past TrATi7Rs' ....
Jack Rohson announcedthat Ball GameAt and Miss Sandi Lieb Those cont.pleting eighteen yu.in.She AT coNKBMr Ray Cookc's Septic STATE FARM
Political ThemeNiels fivo yean service were survived by four daugh- Donald Smith and Mr.
[ books are open for regitru.lion Tank Service
at the Town Hill and all new Friday night's game between Mrs John Moran, Mrs, Frank ten and six sons' ; twenty( grandchildren Roy Rood are IIIt ntlnglhe Southeastern I ". MUTUAL ,;.
'residents who have been in Jupi Nevad spuke to the board the Jupiter-Hohe Sound Kiwanis Sardmha, Mrs }Nile Hughes Mrs and five iinrandchil-- States Christian Teachers' PHONE; AT 7-0651 MITtMOIILI IIIIMMCI, COMPltHtmi
ter six months and in the Mute one of directors of the Jupiter Repub. Club and the Jaycees (and eighteen Earl Bender, and Mrs. Judson drcn Interment was at Jupiter Conference at Boh Jones University OR AT 7-9HA2 OIIIM: lioomlnilen' IIHMM'..-1.

year are urged to register The lican Women's Club at their'Political meeting donkeys) nine home runs; ware Mmear Cemetery on Friday ._ ___at Greenville': __. ..,. S._. C.._this__week_ -' -c __ .- ._ -- _
hook close on March 14. on Wednesday" on scored and the Kiwanun bested!
Commissioner Louise Johnston Education. the Jaycees 3.4.Supposedly .
discussed' plan for a horseshoe Tribute was paid to the late donkey baseball
court which is to he installed in I Mrs. Nevad, who was president of could he classified as a competitive
Town Hall Park the local group by Mr. May Har- :
but the men playing were
Prices were received from the wood president of the Florida sport heard to say they weren't sure- MAKE ALL YOUR PAYDAYS
Florida Power and Light on the Federation of Republican Women. that these were basketball donkeys
lights for the bridge. It is planned Mn Fred Michael was elected from Ohio in a tropical country
to dedicate the lights to John ZiegIcr president for the remainder of this playing baseball in football weather .
pioneer first mayor and one year. On March 19, Mrs. Michael .
of the town s most generous benefactors announced, two Republican can. Due to the raccoon coat wea
did itcs for governor, Charles A. ther, the turnout did not come up
The land south of Jupiter Palm Holley of St. Petersburg and Kenneth to expectation but $100 was net
Beach County Park including Jupiter Folks of Orlando will speakat ted above e'lrenCto be divided
Ranch, was milled to the townby an open meeting at Jupiter between the two club and every
commission action. School Auditorium. one had fun. Mr and Mr. .Bud I
The date of the annual dessert I Tuning and Mrs Jim SpiUcr i
1 bridge will he March W. A hoard manned the refreshment stand and
meeting will be held March 2. kept the hot coffee available

Those" attending the meeting at q ,
Mrs. Huhh II's home ww Mrs 1IFRF AND MERE DAYS N

Michael Mrs" ,. A L John rud, Mr. Hugh McRae of Bernards- r"r
Mrs. 'Austin, Mrs EdwinP.
Jyi Lyman villa, N. 1. and Mr*. Herbert Ash
s I Ikrl Pedersen, Mrs. R A. Diedrich, bee of Media Pa. have been the
sOur Mr. A A Green, Mn. Carl guest of their sister, Mr. James
Schlacks and Mr*. Alvin utter- Pennock
field. -- Point.Bryce, at her home on


New Course Set Mr. and Mrs. Grover Baker of
London Ohio have moved into
In Safe Boating their new home on Fern Street.
Mrs. Baker has taken over the
w. Judson Hall, training officer restaurant at Palm Beach County
for Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla Park on the ocean.
$2, has announced that a new
course in small boat !handling and Also from (London, Ohio, Mr

expert beauticians will giveyou safe public boating on March will 2 open at the for CoastGuard the son and, Brent Mrs. Max have Brewer moved and Into their their Save Regularly At First FederalStart

Street I In
the permanent best for your clubhouse here. new home on Howie

own hair style II In 1 new Le''IOnwill he held Mondayand Jupiter
Thursday" night for four Harold B. Corwin Jr. of Plymouth
coiffure that mak* you prettier! weeks at R.Wednesday. Mich, is the guest of his

night's meeting ol parent, Commander' and Mrs.
the flotilla included a movie on Harold B. Corwm Sr, at their homo
FashionetteBEAUTY automobile accidents and causes on Riverside Drive
Robert Gomer was in charge of
Mrs. Paul Cone i 1\ staying with
SALON the program Mn. A. A. Smith at her home in Saving Today!
VACCINE PROJFCT St. Petersburg Mrs. Smith I U the
mother of Mr*. George Southard,
WAS .SCCtFASIULLast
605 COLORADO AVENUE! <; Sunday Feb 2J saw the Riverside Drive.

STUART nORID\ second step in the "Sabin On Sun- Mn Dorothea Banncrman of i
day" oral vaccine project move E. Bridgewater Mas, I I. the guest % :
Open Mon. thru Sat. forward. Under the guidance of of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylorat
the Jaycees and the Palm Beach their home on Colony Road.

1 7:30: a.m. 5:30: p.m. County Medical Association, with Mrs. N T. Christensen has 1/A/
Dale Beldsoe acting as chairman returned from Tallahassee where I SAVE BY THE 10th -
achool DIVIDEND
MARIE WEIS Owner of the effort, Jupiter was she was visiting her son and 4
of several thousand
the scene !pcoTyiK
ANN IIURLBUT Operator taking the vaccine 3 daughter-in-law and new grand RATE PER
ple
son, Mr, and Mn. Robert Christenscn ANNUM
Sunday
Phone 287-4999 was administered on Type and Daniel Dwight.Mr .
2 will be given on Sunday April 5.

--- and Mrs. William Hewson EARN FROM THE 1st
and Mr. and Mrs. Mandor Ogrenof
,'. ..' Wilhamsville. N. Y. were
.. llI"tat the Albert Schenholm'son
River Terrace last week. Mr.
Hewson bought property adjacentto
the Schenhotm and plans to

return to Jupiter.

Mrs. D D. Lettow and her
children of St. Cloud are the

her parent, Colonel lt and
Mrs."Jf A. Johnston, at their i
home on Ocean Drive for a few

MA days.

i Mr. John Kollotk and her SAVINGS AND LOAN
e-- ; daughter of Atlanta. Ga., are nilEDERAL
spending this week with Mrs.. Kol-
lock's parent. Captain and Mn
r HLUHR'S Benjamin Rigs Rivenide Drive. I ASSN.OFMARTINCO.
Captain and Mn Rigg also have

as their guests their i longtime .
friends. Captain and Mrs R. H
Tryon of Arlington, Va. CaptainTryon
:: is still l active in the Coast

and Geodetic Survey. r
SEA SKIFFS
JERSEY Mr. and Mrs. Harry DuBoIs of i ,

Arlington Va., are visiting Mr. U.S. 1-SOUTH OF COLORADO AVENUE
"The Ideal Boat for Florida ,raters"WOOD'S DuBc-is' parent, Mr. and Mrs.
John R. DuBois at DuBois Park.

COVEAT Thomas Abbott of Hartford Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. .

Conn, Is the guest of his utter,
Mrs. Stuart Marsh of Lighthouse Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
..,
Till: EAST END OF TIlE PAUl CITY BRIDGE Driv .

AREA CODE V*. TO. 2'1-191 t t1 t/tI/ Closed Saturday
PHONE STUART 'LORIDSdf ttal.c1
There ve 1,248( computer system STUART, api i
See Our Good Used Boats now in use by the government

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!'C THE STUART FTa.) NFIV1 ThnmlBT February 2?' 1964


I f Organizations DirectoryCIVIC Many Martin County Growth I Directory of PEOPLES Churches CONCKEOATIONAL




OROANIZATIONSAteohollci hi. C. ..... .1 goalog A'uoltholrm.no Say 5:55(I. 5.atA,YNl Werihlp A. ..

Aenymove -"'''''' ltIIo..... Are Reviewed by Committee of 100 I 10,05 am: Church 8ebm.il

Wed. SO, p.m.. J. B Community Church '.. n.... .u P" CmrthooeeMertln I' lImOS a.m. Morning both archly Mrvkwe7l0 Kvrten

Amateur Red!. Emergency CrpeCoordlnator County MuMum Cemmleilna ..m. durn. Veeper SenlM
YOtA
.Go.on.. ('h.i.mo", III. Noah L. WIII'.bb' I.

Ira Thun... pm 4lh 'Cu... ; 31)) pm urlheUM. towns of the This the cent three ALL '''NT'EPISCOPAL-.Joum. aWa.
tril. dos no mean turning per in yea. uv. H. :
A* ..uI. R._ League M. C. Zoning and Pawning Cnmmleelhnlrm Progress IsSnowballing The four.lanmg U. S. I will county over to business interests. County is moving at a fast DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 Sunday r&Ta
o
J Rleoa(
till PrcsUust-Mrs.Tuea t 10 Karl p.m.. borne (School' >Bo.rdthtim.uHorny n-Jumee Gaughen be an accomplisM fa by the but it does mean giving good and sure pace The growth i* tiOO 7,10 a.m. Roll Com..I.
am
Bueuieel ct Prale...lonal Women'. Club 0 Elndred2nd middle .mmer. This will worthwhile busmes a climate lii sad from ill indications will ASSEMBLY OF COD-Pate City Church ftruolo. and

Preelnent-Llda MennlnnerInd Mon, 7,80, p.m., Courlhotte do many good things to our county which it can prosper. Many counties even swfe and sounder in too am lund.. IrhO lllOO .Morning.. d Sermo*
.4th Tu... BlghU. Flnt N.tl BanVCeeoanut II tUO .. WonhlB U'I. 101 ..."-" ,.)
Town ef Stwallt PelntMny The new buildings and new do not have this situation, next year Let us al be f .10 p.m.. Taure., Bible (Study Prayel W.." P.,
Park-North River Shore.Property orJ.. Merquelln front will counties of what done 5:50 Sunder Youth Strvtoe TI..d.1m., Communion
Editor Note: Henry O Kin. on existing one Many far larger thai our : p m Holl
Ownere A. eeletleaPreeldent Ind Wed. I pm. Town Rail mak county 7,10, p..m. SvangellitU Service Tu"d.-IO .. Co.... .
C. M. Rohrnbnugb I IlI..tln. - - - dred ii president of l MartinCounty' the City of Stuart even moe Martin County do not have the we must n be less energetic r.jFII"< .Thunder Healing Servleel.

.. 'nd Wedneedeye at h..... I POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Committee of 100 and tractive and visitors will be more caliber of men that we have in the FIRST BAPTIST JOHN-100 M S.HUUBON.Akroe AfewM .Id.- 1m. Holy Cmm.nlo.Uol" .

Coral I'rooJ1.t-e1ound Co...... Clvl, Pleilnlet A..oel tloa I I Republican Club el MerrM County Ron H. Philbrick i i. extcutvie tempted to slay with us longer. public elective office We have 8000,000 CHAPLIN lalo.1 1,00, a.m Ckur.h-704. Church .?'ttlb. Pert Ken

Tun* ( pm, M.a Agriculture! BId.. Pre.lflentf$ Jfimee 'B. Wnteo director They collaborated to When they tarry in a arC some county and city commissioners! Approximately Suaoa ,,'0 ... SenrleM lu.d.1' ..
Repuhllcan Women. Club of Merlin C* of them will back longer work jIlts in the United State bids Bunder School
who ow am
.. .. present impressive growth picture come together LUTHERAN CHURCH OP ST
h.ld. A..o.Utlon P..ld.olo-III" Jihn W. Hu. t accoplsh than 5Irsi,5, Worahlp. ANDREW
Pooid.ot..Oolou.I 1 O. V.. Sottosic.r4. 3rd fuel.. I p.m.. First Natltinnl, Dank below. stay each year a* they find out the thinI ta must doe i one eB.LEQAL 'IO, am p m. Tralnlnc Union W. '.Im. VI.'. Blv'' Pars *1 L.

Meet* o* eaU that this area has s many advantage our i Is grow This fact ADVKIVI'ISEMKNTT'aLLAHASOICE. ..4,. .. EveningW.r.ht, H. C. 111'1 PASTOR
MC. Democratic: EnecuHve Committee SIb .
.. Club .( Sru.rtPreeldent By II. G. KINDRED and The building of new witnessed the Ilnd., "hoL
b.lrm.od..rd; T Murrey 5o7.thSIltro..Tr.os.Mardu. by higher than average Vial Prayer lilt I.
-Mn. John W. Rn.'" Ut. Clelr R. II. PJHLBRICK FI.ONIo.tNOTICE pm. atld..1 ..i Worblp 1.1.
Ind Mon. 1 .10 p.m. Woman Club Motlnou ot tailRELIGIOUS place of business and Improving growth that we now have. PALM CITY BAPTIST-ilk at McCeHIlkNUY H. (. SOUTHERN METH MISSION

Hlb'.... Perk CIvM A......" .. __ __ Statistics are sometime boring other i il contagious Other prop These governing bodies must, how Trusted NOTICE of I t.the hereby Intel liven nal lie that TA.TUM Pallor KAy(Melting, CHARLES In hobo BENNETTTpee ,,"!

Pmldent-Geoige MnoDoneldlet erty owner the ever, stand when necessaryto 10001 Funit of his Plate of ., a.m Bunder School *
Mon., SiSO. p m.. Klr.i National' Bankladlenlewa ORCANIZATIONIUlrl. reading to a great many people. of building! and fir ':'Is meetingIn the Board t 11 i ..a.m Morning WorshipS 1,4,.... ioni ....
.' Friendly Society' In thlf article will be more inter. vntaj improv protect segment of the the Governor''a OffIce. Capitol ,Ii p.m. TrainIng Union ', p.m. E..II, Worship
Clvle Club0ldos..Qrndi
.l.oalor Mil' Jack Whit.leer. whole county will benefit population from UK, scheduled A M 7 :41 p.m. Evening Worship HOLY CROSS
Smith ,'rl I p.m.. Bt Mary,'. ChurelI doted about the probable future in that it will bet enroahmen T. on March IZrhoi gl, ill : 7iSO pm Wen..d., Midweek Pray CATHOLIC..I.dl.too.
.. an even from \
th Uc.. I .. .. than with b any source, or t. XVIER FIICHunol.
Guild 1 growth of our county ter in to live. Also when it i is in the interestof '1: I by I at."n. ....... .
lea_ Bob Caraea Club Jo1I the mathematics of that growth place erwise, Mover I'nLIr3.y. P. O BAPTISTPert lalerae ... ei4a .....1
P..ld"d-M... Calvin Wllbertrd ".id.I1., Honop II Spusorus the area will look much more vital the people Our commissioner! :Palm Be..h. .. on "RT TAYLOR Pallor day. .. p.m. 000f.a.ionu bel..Frt.F
Wed. I J. B Woman Club II on.. I p m.. Bohoolph be likened of Palm Beach
p.m. Growth in -
an area can alert with its .Ir Cm p. ST.
and shiny new have been doing this and from allIndications ...I a.m Sunday '.bol "AV'S
I..... Buck Weman AieoetatleaPreilnent 5' ... Holy Ne.. Ioe"tt to the well known snow-hall front and like Florida corporation dsuel'tbsd, rJ .h 11 tOO a.m. WonnlpIJIO .ol. .,I'IOP:1 0
People an will do of the following Mornl.
-Mre. Franee Hubbell 'i'tuotd.ot-lt. ItosmarluThur. strl. continue to so Tim RiV W. B. ROWS. Rosa
.. ber... 2nd lIu.... I ... BObOod rolling down hill Getting started alert forward-moving in which will. p m.
I.' ato.., SR 707 ClubboUM p. area County ban all the foregoing p.... Evenlnr Wonhlp
....
7,8 1
.10. .
- .- - is the big effort After the rolling settle This Our Main p.m. Prayer meet Blb. I (S.Pt t lune.y' )
_... Club means growth Pile O SC311 W.d".d. 1,10
W .
lunlor' t advantages we still mUM 11.1 1" ( .>
followa
.
Pr.ldsst-Mrs, Frnnk' Zora SCOUTING once starts, the size and speed of is gathering bu Cbol praetio I '-.y'::

Pod Mon., I pm., Woman: Club Boy Soeute ef Amorlo.OroutmastorEarl the imaginary snow.bull increases alw-bil spd. let the rest of country know A parcel of submersed land RIO BAPTIST sIte am Holy Euchnrlet Tbunday, ant
Gulp County is na about them. If hide light the Indian River abutting JACK FERNANDEZ Salnta D>,. and aanouaeed
we
blesd our
Bourd Main
r.ro.Cmi.ty Auduho.Judg. l'r:: off I.. Wet 7,10 p.... Stuart .A... r-I.. Bali at a much faster rate of growth a marvelous climate. We will I do Thai iownj.litp land In the BIV.ti45 .. Sunday School I EPISCOPAL CHURCH .
S p.m., tue it no one any good it South, 'i\nl* <<: OF THE
Martin started rolling several BLEm
M C. Aeieelntlea for Mental Ilsuithpp..ld.ntZ.c. So. Explo..... J..... Beacb Ship 420ilbtpporG.orso County found this out in 1962 when other i is the reason for Chamber ol Bant. Town of : I:iou iSO .ra. Tr.lning Morning Union Wonhlp SACRMENTCi Si. ...
p.
Donald 1....._.. OUeeon years ago Martin County, r'Iorlda '
cool
area from unduly and Evening WorshIpI
Commerce Committee 7
Ind Thun. noon, Tb. Beet Wed, ,ilO ....... Aneborag Marina i The four-lamng of U. S. 1, the .ute. fact has helped us I of 100. It I Is their your job to let the low particularly i dl.crlbel ..p.pm... Wednee Prayer Meeting Pan 7:00: .pm..m.. Holy Church EueharUt I.hol
M C. Chepkw Am.rtcaa Caaar SecletyChairman - - '
-.J. b>. dray SERVICE CLUBS I City of Stuart. very modern water attract more plantings in our citrus light shine forth This is being Starting at the Intersection TROPICAL ''IIM I"TIT- CHRIST MEM0RIAt.Jo I it., bleat

",," Memorial Heepltal AualllatyPreeldent Clvllaa Club el Sluert plant. schools, increase belt Such famous name a* Min done with advertising but advertising the North line of the LEWIS.HJ e-m Sunday School. I (Winter MMOU snip, Nov. I* April.)

-Mm, Curt Otto ..... .,_Aero* Mil.ton private capital investments and Maid and H. P. Hood Sons alone will not do the Job. Grant, .us established : lliOO ... Homing Wonbl CHURCH OF CODI.dito..
H Boat,
let Mon, Ftmt MaOoaal BankMartia i Wed. 7 ilO p..B.. Ship Lenlerm.Indl.ntewa many other material advances area u addition & liam br t.6 p.m. Training RfcV. :
fairly new our Fourteen thousand other with th scoots r MOSI
,.... ..'. Ana. communities In. pm Wonhlp I 10:00 .....
It. Clalld. Road Sunday Srhoor
Cetnty Klwanle ClubPosidont.Jam. witness to the start of the rolling. great agricultural A new with Point : Slot p.m.: Midweek PmayomDUNKLIN
are advertising : lisa
p.Id.nb-lra Bwlj.rt Ition Along southerly along sold am Wonhlp
.. Io.nln.
Sod Thura, 7 ilO p.m., Com Rm. let Nat ., 11:11 p.m., HlneeWed Semlael tea This took faith in Martin County dairy, Smiley'I with paid space must t go much study bins South J7' 08' I.ere. ."nST-laat'atewsKtv : 7i0 p: Wonhip

National ............. Autoolatlo.Prusld.nbMm. by many people who were not us. Climate and more sensible land th of business report* and r loii feotj. 'Ih.nr. 'fto LOTS I T40 :Wod.Young Endeavor P.opt.'eCHURCH .

Virginia' V.u1dt .* J.. ... Beacb LI...Dean. Clubl't's.idoolJamuo completely told by our beautiful value them decide to lo-i work to discover the type of South 10 fcaat.* ZV 10.90 8E.t."* :, liDO OtOO: ::: Sunday Morning It. I OF" THE GOOD .
.. .Uonal Bank help SHEPHERD.fUPv"lLMER
Flrat
palm. Tb.City,Cardea Club l.t-lrd Wed, I>ll p..., Seymour waterways ample beaches, that and cal all bring econom plo and business that the ; feet terlln ta ,where point 1nI"d:::t I ; }..1 pm.. T.aln. B.rvlre ,

Preeldent-Mre. Su.an Nrfeler Jupltei-Hofce. Sound ..,..... Club oer recratinu resource befit to our county. They wants to attract. Intersects the 1 lit p.... Wed Midweek Benle 7,10 a.m. Holy L Communion ALLEN
Sod Tbun:, ItIO e.m., Clvle. CenUe- President Kobert quantity. are They another south fO acre of Bewail ....
give The fact that our county i is ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Cut Ik SOS ParlBh Eueh. Sarmoa
'... Civic OrgaalutleapreeUlenk Moa, I ; ., plt'tl Maria These people were impressedwith aow. snow-ball. u a* defined by Concrete,, REV. JAN .fO and Sehool".
push
City thi IAUB lund.
set In the ground EW8KI
ing its talents to good advantageis ment*:
..Ir. George H. Boat t ou run North 16O rt" k.x Mum I a... tlll ..... Prayer. FirmS
Sad TUN. Clvle CenterPelnelena Rotary Club ., tbuursProoldoot.Dr. the great natural resources, Many area that want to attested by the population long tald north line of Week dayat til* a.. of the ...tb. Holy .
K:. Btanton Muegp surely but it took more than that i gowh : Conf*..lonal Beturday and Tborsdapebsinr. plain. 0..
financial Howalli
lack forward looking that have had. outh CO acres ef O
Caraene Clvl A. latiss Wed, llile ",10., ntunrleo Inn : we recently To first of month. 4 SI*
J. W Mereon before they put hard dollars into We have four a dl.t.ne. of UOJ feet to Sill t JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
..id..t-ltsr. Stuart Klwanla Club stitutins. I960 census lists us at 169SO, nnrtiiosnt corner ot a tract lilt and 1130 p ak Skyline Drive. .
let Mon, I ...., komeefort .Id.nt-V. H. Haiedel. Hlp.oaThun new buidlna8 commercial buid- and one federal savings for 1963 the University of Flondj land conveyed by the : ; ST. CHRISTOPHERS CATHOLIC RKV NEWTON J.n.M. B ch I

Sol... Clots A.eoeIeMoaJreiUdent .. JJiH pm. Town Houte. ngs, and .and association. Theyare that o f the Internal r Hobo Sound KJO a.m' Sundny TIDY
..Walter B.n.oD Joa e'timutc our population was und Ho Maui at ..... SundayiFiRST suas: and II am, Morning WorshIp. I
tat. Tbon.) S ...... Clots Con-- Bloat Hl.Stoppor. Squnr Dane. ClubPro.tdont..Otibort Its that add much to our county. all in modern efficientbuilding 21.800) This is a growth of 29 np! .17..1,1 >k 10.1 Ird ThuPert ... I o... luppol' 1001.1.. O.O. Ilou.eThun One impresses the new and by -'- Passe 4." Steroids CHURCH OF CHIIIS SCIEN. Sill p.m. WtHneldnr. Youth Choir
.. I pm, Youth Center thinalat Mn MartIn for TISr-724 Boss 7
is its manag proge I Iin IKKMKNTMirMII Florid. O. 180 pm Wedneidey, Senior Choir
Defenee county
Civil' ; .
Salerne peple. live board lolnt ; ties ..... 7 00
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Thuriday
,Iroboo... Ind Tue.day, 7il. ,... Stuart Lion Club They believe in the a r I atemslve. ecutives. They are growth-mind <'" Mill Hll <4 South op.fll.nW.IE', ( : It tOO a.m. Homing WonhlpllOO p.m. Midweek Servie

Rle Clvt Club .'resident-AI 1 Kemernd They J know that the worthwhile NOTH Is ,1\1 pipeS thai t feet' ( : '1 1 : c.m Wed t Teetlmonlat. MeetingReeding JEHOVAH'S WTESE.rt 5usd
ed and wilt work with sound Point h.w'I Room IOU FUglw' Av UfturelMnn. Sunday 7
P..ld..t-l.rk Rhomer 4th Wed. 7pm, Tow Houeetuart sealed Itl,In will it boil by the. W..ho..r S''
ororr .
what many fine run along t threuKh 10 a m p m i Hondur 7i'0 .
that their
let Than Qubhooe* Seroptunlel. Club their po- enterprise* ned Iloord or l'ollll)' ('olnlulooionor. of South 08 1 5' 370 t..13M ; Saturday, 10 ......11:'0 p.... Tnureday JO, Mlnl.try gohooll .....
Wos.at"u Clult 1'ld.nt-ld.: Wolf plo are seeking i servIces. are one of ourcounty' Murtln ('oulty. lt'luniiu. In the office South 4S. Service Meeting
Stuart feett thence run
Thy ,, ... .
Ra.BKUtB
of if (Ircult < nurtat CHURCH OF
P-M.. the In Stuart
trd Wed.. ll P ">.. Club BuildingTebebula Stuart Joyous.Protd.ot.bluh. that c.urth"uo.5:50 AM '110.1., f p.rU.t \ GUllll. LUHERAN0 Bid
the assets : BounT
Among RIV.
CardM Group PryorTuee great There are numerous other asset 14.oPln.dnt ol II ennd' as soun there West !"' it' ;J Jr 10 tOO a.n .Study .t am. Suoday loitosi Bible 8t. I
.
ChalrmM-Mre' L'boot J Ktf ., 7:80 pm, Pink Peny Martin County has that many that an 'area must have to grow .pOllblo, fur the following S2 71 feel: theme Just. ( hits a.m. Worship and Commaalo a.,. Wor.b" S.mviueCHRIST .

lot.Wd. *.:10 ......!.o=-.._ - - - counties in Florida do not haves at a faster rate than the state or lctrl I mil widen to 20 feet |I!theiue'run.01' :' 1150 North .10" lieu p.m. Weaneeday Evening Wonhlp THE KING LUTHERAN.

VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS good and plutriiful potable water of these 7H fist, 121 feet to the a'0,0
OP" COMMERCEHnkt national average. One M.011'1.. trum Mt to Ian pm. Midweek Blbl StodyTHE
CHAMBERS imerlcen Legion Jeneen Beaek removed from the .xlhMinbia In Monterey dibitSitorlftaiIofls or the KEITH JOHNSON, P..t
all Book"
AtMlfltl Commender Clirton lIo.nrl.nd,4tb in areas is a good school system. The Martin trait of"iand l In feed CHURCH OF It. tOO a.m Chureh
vision OOD..
po.ldoot-Dr. Wllll.m rut5 Moa,1pm., Legtim B0 I actual beachfront This is no small County schools have been good Fane 4281! thence folowlnJ REV. B1LL1K J 00 a.m Pnntore Cbs
Sod Toe:. I pm. CommunIty I Collier be shown if mnv be obtained at southerly and t I ladS, ..... Bund Sehool 10,00 a-tn Morning Worship'
sooouBo.obArsa America Legion. Stuart a can one for a long time, but they are now tin. ,,ffli',' of tie Martin Hoard of soy of ald tract r.nu ; 11 tOO am. WorshIp FIRST METHODIST_100
Colored
PP..I,lent...Kr.nk Forub.rf Commendel-.John L. Teylor tours the Gulf coast Water in rapidly both I County (ommlasloner Routh 50'!) 45' D* taut, 7 DO p.m. Evening Wonhlp, aKV WALTER Ann
Sod Mon. director.. I p.... lad and
lelern .. ..... afec buildings, .but much more important renervea the right to reject ass Mat, 8\1 feet: thentie 1,05 p.m. Thure. Y.P.E. Bervlce : Church Beheol
port ..k.. Legion, 1" sulphur and other the North 010 $' no" Fnut, r4t: :: I
I Bluckmen mmerlis o the teaching are tltou
PouW.nt-E. 0 Ccmmandar.-Jim am nil BIBLE UNION WorshIp I
Hiaby Morning
metos '
p 'dlI No'ih
: son
Sod Tb... S f.m, Flrehoue etA Sat. I PB.America. supply is limited and expensive being and Up. to .Wi day of February tot Vm'eot: .l.n. fort; 'h..e Palm City CO"IIIrTIOIA a'80 p.m.. Yout Fllowblp'

to gtt Audo from water which I Isreadily Upve 15114.nosnt' 14s at.t.. 2115 ; Kh.V LAWRIB J. SHARP (One 4r dotlna
Legloa Auxiliary, Jeaeea HumuS date teachers areattracted OP COt'NTY 2' ,i4l Sunday Bohool July Augo.t. Sunday ."'*a.ai.1
..
Pneldent NelionInd 0(1' am
: 17'
M. B (Bonny) Ihi-ne run
Pr.aldont-Mr.. Lmma MuCus available well drilling COMMIKHHINFltH 011'iitAil't'tN No.th
by ,,
to our area because of 11 tOO ..... Morning WorshIp
.. Went. 12(1( the Joint
.rn.I
Itiun I ed-4lh; Mon. I TlfNIT I
fTHODIST-
pm.Americen this served rOI'TYIly loan am. to I p.m. Wedieeday. Woman .
by
we in county are Its These two .
b Retell MerehMte Dltflel 1- Lo.... Auattlary StuertPreeldent many olvatages FIASK WACHA n.llnllnl.. Conl.lnlnt e FellowshipA 5,00 n.m. Sunday
excellent !
two water -
.rtoaaPbtP Sam.oltb .... municipal-type factor sound Ch.I'mlnI g.
CflI
1. eMUM. -Mre CIrca May ".1. furer atract p 5,50' Worship
ith Thun.. Stourt Chbop tnd.4th Mon.,1pm., Legloa. Hall systems, one in the City of growth. ,ti : i' '"h. 10. 11. and wits snsldsr' b5entlons I'I: T Itee Snnnhg lit I
"" **"" and In the Indiantown IPI to, Ohiot'tlnno to tho prpo.od new method of determining .. :. .
_... one
CONSERVATIONAwtueoe Merlin County 1 W.W.I Vetetmaetommnn lund.V
Slar '
: feature that an area of said I..nd shomIl be I
feeletytftSST .ler-Philip A. KlroeI.t These are modern plnntswith Antc. The Marlin County Hoard of Pub. to tha Director" Trimteee of the water vapr in the atmosphereabove OSIOL aTSEtT f
4 S. Moo.. Boo III .Ird Frl, J. B. Commualty Center mut for worthwhile growth lie Institution wilt receive si',a led ternal Improvemrnt fund. feet has been developed KNIGHT.ETHOPIT. .
Sr .. B.... very large capacities They bids itn In 500 o'i'lo<'k P.M Molt. fi4l I
.. 1'1. N.u..aa Martin County Bnrracke Aolblarprc.tIrotMrc. i is a cultural climate that attracts C.plol. T llaha .ee. Florida, Spectrometer are carried a.m Sunday gohool
are attached to distribution day, March IS, lutu, In the ofCimteof ,
,
kaak VVeltea League sys date llr.t '" 11. 1m. Morning
? Hull N. N.hI.t.Ird In this fortunate Wo..h"
people. we are very the County balloon and aimed .
aloft '
Kindred Mi..lon.rr
FmldeO-Oharlee by
ChnnhVFW tem modern and efficient.It Ih'erlnt.I'lpnt Tho Trustees ensure e the lolt meet.
Fil., I m, Old Co. ore
hit FrU. I ...... Courthouw p tat In that we have the excellent Thomna 1. Clonk: It : declIne to malt. oak, of soy at the sun, and can the W.* .r ob .0.11 sos ".
Couit House, ..
tin county 03/1 indical .
is these
SloanCao'ottodorJobtt one Of water systems / of said land. rh. oslo. if ood
more important
Club
Jusise Cuoasroutlou ; : M Murray museums Evo Florid, or by mall to P. Box thoU be. .ubje.t to the vapor when Jt4l pm. Prrr Servloe
usu.,. 1110 p.m.. Stuart Tout" CoDIer nd.4ib Thun.., Oold.a Oat BuUdlai namely Stuar'. that 1 Ii responsible is I the fact that'o have many people 1045 Stuart. Flor"I.: for the fol S m.d.servIng Into themselves silo Pm. Board of Steward (
capacity to sell lowinglisted equipment to be gold: ef th phoo mineral LEGAL Tbura souls month) "
Stuart Seim.a Club VFW. Inoll.nl.w.romm..d.r.lo..pb. fo already here who are interested AD\.tITI" MtI'1'N
Pr.uldooIB.," Bradley W. Preetontlrd water to the private utility that is in cultural doing We have 1-19(8 Chevrolet 48 passenfferD nielale and tOSS of the : 1 1I. SOUTHERN METHOOIST..pa
l.n Wtfd.. I ...... 0000al Bieetlfcvr thereon or thereunder REV. P. B. .
KNIGHT
ItT
.8IUf,1
llus ( 'f JR.
Bet Poet Horn hool t
10
Sod Vd.. I .... dlr.otors. l.t Nstl. BII. p.m. tow running main* t Swall' many showings of fine movies, Undue HO paasencer. I I. required to pay for or Til. ''OI""TJ'IfW' 5:50: sm. Wor.hlp Sorris. ,
; TUN.. I.k"ht p.m.. WI'b. Plaid. VFW Auxiliary, Stuart Point and later to I of which are made by our Wheel HUH SIt documentary tax atamp. TY PI. ,HII". (O\N- .lOuis am. Sunday S-soul
a, - - Oomm.nd.r-Mr.. Melvlna Weed many t 1"T J HhO no p..en.erlehool iostrunusnt of conreyaoco.By I'HOUATB NO. ITII '10 p m. El.worth
FIREMEN I ORGANIZATIONS Io..d W.d.. Uold.n Get hoUdIniMISCELLANEOUS land. 1 hi fact will have very greatresulta I own residents There are so many Uu if 18Hldder 01118KB of Sb.n1'ulotres gl > IbIS ,.... Evening .

.... Buck 1'1ro...... AuaUlarrpr.MenbMw - ... - the growth of our coun- fine events going on most of the tnt enal lnupr Ylo.ldLAteotr Fuod JS;iT"TF I! Of 5 Wedneideyi..
AI WUIeke ty because when water 11 available I Ito I mon submit a quotation' e.f BRYANT, WILIAM K OOLDINd S Ills ,.... Ludts M"Mi"
doe have time .
time that
lame : one n I for one or all buses. 15 ouo.eali) be rr II ce..d.l ) and elk
Sri Mondar.Isaub V.luater Fir Departsaea.1r ClodS Air P.t'.lCommadorMoJot the Island, tourist resorts will ; to attend all of Now with seen at the Murtln County lehool Van Trustees H Fergueon t. I. fundPubt \IICI OV .lll ': T:It p' Prayer Meelln-
: 0. B. UaekCwmltle be> built there which will have a Iltis Garuice, 7th mid Ueomlu Av. *. ni"c ISSuE 5)1" FIRST
I p.m.. I new high school auditorium, Binurt. Hoi Ida. Feb 20. 17, Jlimh I, 12. AMlLUiHADMIMHIHATHIX METHODIT- :

fort .fUn. ,.......'* AoalUery el 100Cbolr.1I.nr' 0. Kindredbieoutlve tremendous effect o the growth th probably have many more our The Hoard reserve the right to IN. TIlE CIR<'I IT COURT OK ri.\. REV.Silt a.m Sunday MrHIUCI j

Pp.uldou-Ma Tbtios.. I..0 r Vat&llltuUrd 1FIr.bou... DIto.-.J..hn C. DebBy ucture. These new tourist facilities w good cultural event tel oottionem COUNTY it hi IsMVltTIN BlMnTOV > Sum inumLltl: iiwriiT have t redlam hereby fliml rutvtrrn given that an An-I ''i ro oS! Scrntng' Worship ,

Fir. p.SOIrooldootltobort ill W. Ooe.n Blvd, AT 7.IRSSLado will spell business them of 100 ha iv. AND FOR MYF
Port Balms. Vrtuateer fo Your Committee S'L'ltttC INSTRUCTION tionint vrvIN nlllary AdmlnlHtratrlx CT I of the 1l. .
John.oa Cellen Aooolaoio.Pro.iduntMrS selves and for the existing businesses found that important /./ IIFNKY: (I. KIM>lt.I>, 3TM Eutats of Holding dors.rd ',.8 p m Evening Wonhl
one very p.m. Thureday, Junior
lr' Tue... Flrehouee Bias F Dan rHA'IRY ; Shot !I: : ri my lnti.bios I Coir
1.-* oN' [uee., lilO I..... M. C.Golf Otry.Chik in our county. They will Feature that a area need j is a /./ TIIOMXrVl;: ; 1 CROOK, ADJLJ fL WILS. a for ." ( and for Filiallilocharge lidS pm Tbu..dO. Senior
'Fa TiillfAa.-ORM T furnish for our people and This BecrolarySEAI .oman and that on March 8I9U4 FIRST 'b_
Acaela C Order ej .''.' Lively Art. Club Jobs mature political avernment. ( ,) Plaintiff I will apply to the Honorable Rev. 'RE1YUt-\
ciunellnr r ch.rle. StOol ,reeld.M, -Mre. U A.hhy ArWgeel on the county means one that done tub: reb 11. 20. il 1S64 C. Pfelffer Trowbrld.e. Circuit I I Kay: A, SYDNEY Lowai l.*

"iTH" MM. 1*t ...... alaeoal. Tee.pW Ird Fii. lilt p..... ao.... tax rolls Since the use of county instead of merely arguing. A mature U. O.5'WATEuabsj.tOP.DF'R Judge of the Idl.lol Circuit 5,00 I.". Mo.nln. Worship :
0410 LSdOo Martin County Fair" Aeeeeletle such schools and : lN'bbttf OH' tun COUNTY actlnir becauiia of dlnquallfka 11.00 ..m. 8undo Church
M..l. services, as also realizes thatit IX SOIl > > and .. lI.bol
Wo..blpful M..tO.Chtttlao, K.lb Pld.nt-l. W. Hu...,. government JtlOtI.i K1 K IAHTItOl.Ml or P1 8U ton of the County Judge In Ills .Mueoin5

1st-Sri Thur. I ...... Masonl. T. iPe. > let MOB. 10 ,..., Agrlenltaral Bldg law enforcement values will be they in will lesser must get along with bUbiness.LEGAL .IK HTtTK J'ItH.I'I'1' OK FLORIDA OTICI OF lnT('TIN Martin nf County said final Florida return. for andfor approval "US.YEII COMMUNITY-

Anna MIUertlr.le.EUiePreeldenfr Mania County Golf end Ceuatry ClobPr.uld.ntBd rtio talto IV HE en Order of Distribution and

tnd ThM'alr., S ....Wilma.. Ilk.: Medley Udl* Higbe* put on th, rls, there will b ADVERTISEMENT' JtTATJ oJ I OF TO .J IDt .for Final Ulacharira a* Ancitlury.Adnuintotrtnit FLOYD..0 ....II.. Sundny RACER,Sekool Putor
tNoJI,11Nl the Will of Wll-
Ird Tue, StUb pm. Cluhhonee of
PU 1.ltyI'p.lI. less cost to the present ta'payer RoTteN CAI LINO Pout BID \ B.\.1. deleaved UrflO ..... Worship Service,
b
SIgma
_>ta NOTICH' hereby that 1.0. OolrllnM.
b U amen lam S .
Merlin County Farm Porous 01a valuation basis. TO ) U. 1B84ItUBY ,1 p.m Youl Fellowihlp
.. Zeta C.ptor sealed auds will b* received by the 1orl 0. : ,. .
Prold.otMro. hdmlii CE4 Boll i'r.uldont'-.Aib.rt KruegerInd Another benefit from this Board of County Conimluotonarsor TO l'lttIITOHt AM PFR- V'w, n wit.' : H. B1tOWN.Ancillary p.. Idul' Yo..t OhotaIND
t.p large ;
.
vW'R.a
lot.rd Thur... SOmusxi Ihur. Bemlnol too Martin County. Florida. In the of- soNs >Oft KBMVNPB I. hi. AdmlnlntratrlxC RIV.
business will be I. VNIUIA
increased
tourist AdVINST sAlt KHTATBIon of the of pEUOWHI
.. Phi Chapter flue of the lurk of Ircult Court : auid ir T A Rotate Fort .
C. 11.
preen-Mn. 0. HBleeum Marlin Count Amutour R.dlo ClubThird"Thun'"l the fact that some of the people at the courthouse In Ua.t. Florida and ach of you are hereby tiietr : IO.eir,, :: VMIIIam E Golillnif, Iff Drlv.. loot Pl.rce Beaek
vi
|.\-.r4 flora5 P.m.. ">..- Proaidont.-Bilt Britten who first tourists will up until BUG AM. 10, notified and required to present Kranteee. cr.dlo. or 0 dou..d. P'sllun.hip! fta!, wvv-jaa5
Amwlcae! Beveludeei p"in7 AT "61 come a 15u4. and opened soon there- any elation I mid demand: which I OO parties Pub.: 1. 80, 17. Mar I. 18 l"oulss.hip
th* aiculnat l cl.lmln"
later back as residents Alto or either I of you, may have th .ald ': \
SSSniSlr; Morj.... lIoalu! Martin Ceunty Motorboat S.oioipb'rusll.ntM.urio. come attar .po..lbl. the following! of tinder or walnut PENTECOSTAL .
the estate
homes r. Hootma.i.t the more tourists who come H.ULIA YLE. tlee who or. nit !linnwn .%l)5l31fl'10I1351113T: : lOll 115155 CURTiS SKIMNEa Past. ; ,
Sri Thur. and to 20 rll.oa..d. lute to either dead or alive, whose Healed lropo ale will I b* revived ,
... .. SbMultbpla 10-00
.
MolhereCircle. .f DeMoayfs'iM.r.M7.JM"T. TOOL, Ida P. F'' Kathxul here the greater I II the publicity J.v.ln. .Idonlnr, Klv. tie ('ounly Jtdgc, or Mnrtin Coun.Iy ident** are unknown I by the City Mnnntter, City of Pub a.m.p.m. Bund.Sunday, I.bo \

...pw Secntary. -Lilting Carl: H.Servle Turner that the area gets in the home 'I twins I roo.West JIurpliyHoad court, )'llr"1 i: of at raid his County office of In Btuart the- and any ana all rltunrt,.Nf., 113tS.T., 'lth"Fl Srd 1,>rlda dny, until of Marthli i:00I ,,'0 ...... Wednesday En.w.l.t,,111 .

L....... AualHry to ,... *. IU_ Ind.4tb Tu.., ( *.... HntilH, ullliln six rmlenlannntho claiming; Tntereet:nbontJ 4, and opuned by the City Com-
Ep....' UCb. Spe.'mentions may be obtained at from tile time of the first nuiooi onatnir ClIng atartlnir at
..., M.PI.b-G., ... flail elm City Home Doooon....'... CtabPmldeni .he office of the Martin lloiird of publication of this. nolco. Each ;d.ra :; 200: ['.M", K8T., on Shut In WANTED Young Men i
dli Tue.. S p..... tOO?' 11.11 -Mr.. tli.nbrlh: I.....,.... Smokey Says County CemmleelonersThe .1..11 or demand, dupll- is .. .. the Cltv Hall rituart. rl a. o
WepYadent 0.** ., Odd 1 FeUew.Noble n TUM, I,10 I..,.. Clvle Cent.elnclen Board of County Commi.oh .- In wrltliiK and shall atate th* ir .uo..o. legal tho furnlHhlna- 01 I.bor. Action Lcudmhip TrainIng \
t._... loners reserve* the right to rejectany place of r..ldoll'e and post officeaddre.a ... ( lain' equipment, apparatu* for
*;""'$.-AlblTikll. I Kennel Clubrd $eA ltKl ThfliThKlAWTIM1D and all old*. rl.ln..nl. and .h.1 baa honors, creditor.. the conatructlon of Addition to Stuart Jaycees !
0..oo.tarJ. p.m., LOOP' Boll ':W'.f.r.o. idaM! I>ated Ihls hatS day of February,, be .worn to by .rwb.el: Meter Trmtment Plant for the
lmtIrd Uu5. IIChid ell ; meeting piece' aJ.n0' hla .10.nl s'. and an Cur of "tl/rt. *'Iorlrla Forlotsmnntieacun' i
lodlu"' RI.. EouampU MohoSPod.dth tsid.SSOARD OF COt'VTTCOMMISHIOM \ not so ftboduhait and all p ftle. having or The gmnrra coniilat of look. I
p.trlorob-t'.ul.. Hall Perl Balern. Home D.non.tr.tlea Chi .Hr> OVMAUTIN e v njJ In* t. hon any neSt, the) of the econd rapidHand So, 1".11
... 100" t .qulppllll
Tu... S PimllentMr. iilluh Newlln l'I rALK Interest In the following filter complete withcontrola Do. (f7::00 !
Justos Husob SquarO Club sad AII&IIIar7 let Thur... 1,10: p.m.. Club Centertlpllile IJy rl'jT ,\. E'"llrl' ,of the Last tribeS property, situate In and the furnlnhlnir and

.......ld m* 0 '0drotSlrll101l. TiittUi Pleyen el Merlin County J'HANK Chatr.I.1 W.\CU.\ Wi '.shimtnt of tin County Florida Installing of a .unfaima w..h .,.-
.
Pr.ahdut.-.J.honi.: 'I I HOLI C. \L. tern end lira feeder
r': Yoraborl C. IShnO.t.brd lubAIFeb. !0. J7 5555 Lot 14 of Block IT PLAT Any bliSs received after time and
.
Illd-Hb Fri. S ....... I. B. Co... CkOSh Tbun. 1 p.m. Gtnorel I Meetln, BURNt4.MLLETcom. ROOBR8 1 OF OLTAI'IA. as the. .. date apeclfled will not be con.li a]. Confidential Invesllgatkms
Laet Thun I .
001oi.t.t.Mu.uul .IISiS4 p.m. Uu.llMH Meeting NOTH 01 I.Tr'Tt. TO F\lntL. I t. and rred One contract will be awar Criminal, CIO Si
Sletarhwdp Lucle Inlet Yecht Clull'ommodo.Lon NPm'lNTi. & los ed.hOWnr lst of said bg v ed tl. all work Dme
r.E O Hewk.n lonthie U hreby vxen tat thetndorattincd I'aim 1..h. lorlda ye'ordd I Is l'iut Book Each bid mu"t b* accompanied' Stte. #ld.

a..p... .. P. till.. .t Thur... I p,.... Yacht Club under it,. 1,0.1.lon.rrl At Epr'ttrb.l'mb.Fob. ; II: In the office ef the Clerk by a certified oh ,'k. caahler .herk. COLD COAST Si.
._Id.nat. 51 Law : 27. I I. 13. tl lM.OHIDV t I...
..... II..... hunter I0 ;: t the Circuit Court In and or bid bond In amoulitno th/n PROTE
110.. S luert Boerd el PsulboroPouohiontttno.om will i
buss hid
i.tS.d of 1941, register hrlt Palm Itoach. County. five per cent (t'3) : SERVICE, .
CI ChI'" Tlllonet Clerk of tba Circuit Court 151 TI.F C'O' NT, .9 lb113'x C01 RTI' is gila rsot.ie that rhh'I 1
rld.M.... 0. L Ashlor Ihun., I P..... Stuart Hotel far Martin County. Florida t."" "'OLOTS. 'VoS and oach of awarded the Con'.at "I within
)111'U oe
..d."" W..... It ...... h._ Stuart Stamp SecletyPmHenfr receipt of proof of h'P': r.qul..d to t. )01. .". ten .. II......... fur GIrls' Wllll.m K. Scott this nolle. Hie (Ictltloua name, ... the blink of .yur t : slier written nolle liven otsurh
Or4.Worth Adt.O4Mla Whituold.totIrd :::: ::urnPLOHo sod Mon.. I pm. Publie LibraryTeuri.1 W"ALKEtl' IV RFrWTATH:! 0/0. Martfn County, Florida, at award, enter Into of a wrl..n.onl..t .
Tu... I:ISO p.m.r Sl$0od5 8 JEMMCTTIT OP t CoUnt| Houa. In Htuart Martin with the City :
Club ItrTINCTION J&III DiXie ty, FlorId to serve a In accordance with I
lo.ldo
XIf'E.
: Palm R.b.buka M.. T.IrnM l.l-ltd MOB.. p.... Youth CeatatIK1AI under which w. will eng-air I nbusiness :thereof en O. Unman Itu.rt .. ;
clays .lrl
t Uruo4Mr. having our principal 1 st.o.of C H for wh, All work nhall b. don In' acrnrdanc '461J10"1
Mail OT'I Ti
I...... 110.... S ...... 100' AU tklu woodimitil WSIIISISbsdleuJyL biitilneee In tltuart. Martin Cniin.ty All C."dll. ,"r FIITOI". oil Inr.. J.). et pI.lntlf.. with the Specificationswhich I
.,......J.Elko ....... ta" : AIlS r:ltri"t:WKMTM1IICR : FILl that the parties tnt.r.In ..'- Vlm.PE. wroomdor. yard] Htuart Florida, and mar b*. examined at the of- ,
fluoltod Jlu..Dooa. Too" .nld S uniOs.are Mr. and hereby and rqulredto ..tln. addras I P 0 lox fie of th* City mention, Mto..t ;
a .., Sloda7U rtlll\ri Volt" II1DH .*. ( M. Walker.of I..'. Florl- He any clalue or ,demand which Fiends on. or Florida or at the office of J
Shrine Chikfrsror NOTICE I. h rby given thaienled I.ICUL ADVJR'rllll T do ." th.t th".. are no othor ..- they may have amlnet .aid Eetat IllS .tear* tltlda will b received.I by thrn acme Interested In suitS btuoineau. In the offlie of tile County Judite Complaint brought vu Inc. "ekt.ord StreetOalneevllle I
.I. en.- C M WAC.HFRMRS. of Martin County, M. such
: WatI.That. >ard of I mint]' immlailonrrg 1\ILI o'r.rl 'In.ld. In the ach pf you, by L1t .
N. IIr Muttln' County, Florida In the of- On t applloa.tlon : C M WALKER Lourthuue* at Xumrt. Flo.ldo"'lth. OV. a married for ,nmnta may from 1"
Itb. Girls Club flc. nf the llril It :if tlnult Otiirt was fllnd: with th* federal I'iim ""., t. U. '0. 8. '..4. In six cl.nd,r the Kurpoa' of 'quletln* to = 55. Knob nrrra t the above addreeeII'OAO
?triltius=orOoP: JIaD at the courthoiLp In Htuart Florl. Iln.\III., loininlenlon, \\ .lilnir- Sass of the first publication of bov. de.orlh.d property: "pon d.pollt of Tw.nty 1)llarr -
: iilo: AM March 10 101. fir alignment of eoniniLtlon iOTirW OK TJMIOM: 'FmSnbtuIuTIilI this Notice Rob |aIm or demand win the allegation of said ). deposit represents THI
V.lted _..... T..1onI.o t:1J4."P.n opened aa onn thereafter ; ..ml of ButtonVMc,' : .'1"1'1'1" 51 \HH mu.t be In wrltlnn end muet atat. plaint will b* 1.31 rnascon reproduction cost. and 1 I. nonre
& :: a. poe.ihlv for the following: nuth,I <'tine,I ... an n.' mil. Notke la h..y 11."n that lhauntteralaned Ih. plar or roNdo,,'( and poet of- b y.>on, tend each of you' and f tin,table' CITY
; .i';:;: HaflV.10.4 from Kino Water I Hrundcantlnir ( "., prnMnlona' fh'. adilrene of the clnlnrant and Notice of suit shall bs :ib l No Bidder my withdraw;) his '
Duu.br. Co.1od'otr..id.ot.Ur. t..vollnlt r.1'I1, Ron, I.om 81It \ puny, 1m to WHUt Radio 1 Officer ., of Chapter WSJ Law. of r It,rlda. must be *worn to b> claimant.hi Th Htuart Nova, a newl 554. fdr a period of thirty CIO day COMMISSION
.::.:.. .oulh olle.h..1f mllo. *. ,,kholdon I Acts or 1941. WIll reainter with tne agent or hi. att .ntl" or It Willbr'ome 1 lubllshed |in Stuart. Martin .fter bbs date set for the openingof
? of Broadcantlnir Com-. Clerk of the CIr11 Court In and void ai", ,>.olnw law by. Florida one* every week bids
: .. too.... .- ibporlfti'Otlotio maw b* obtained ath ,"lu.to.. Leoter M C'nmb* and I: for M.rtln lorlda, upon Paud thl JtHh day of January .ouitf-eneecntlve week (four .1 hall be submitted In I
...'"' 0nI0r I receipt of proof of publication of on the. Proposal form STAT
b office i'f t h. Martin Board of Murxar.l' Ann C..b.Offtcete line 1 ystionlIoint l ) t.l:
.; ':': ..= tsrnP1H .. COlllml..lon.i iolu5000 ... illt'",'turn of WIOO Inc anHalph I thla nollt-e the flullloua name 10'wis,5n.S /./ OHVtUKa \\' IEIOHTOV. WITTB.SS my I end and .a part of the tuproift-
I I :..r.: 1bl.. ct4Y: Ilo..rd 01 Counl,. ('nmml.. Cl. Rut. : Admlnl.trator of the .ali Court thl* ith day of .opl of which ... REGULAR MEETING
r5urrvre. tho rlllht to rojoul' Itidxe, .Io. : nvnt Frank | WTOMJC'AIE FLORIST ..:.te of J.Mie' Davl* any.a' the Vffic* of tile Toghin )-
-co a I :OKCAMIZATION1Clry Reran d all bh'.. 0 Trl.bl.. All of the tock o t under which I In bual- txiBOTW prencBClerfc ." .
tinted this him day of tobruary,, ,) Radio, Inoi\ owned b] Dene. havlnir: my'Ir. r place nfhiialneie L.\W O.'I'F! OFI .e.c ; of the Circuit ( '. City of Stuart, "''o.ld. reava'liiibu'at 8:00 PJVf. 2nd sad 4111MONDAYS
Co..rnluoiusp.Qook& 1t.4. Silo,,erase klrOoiIo6tlti Co., Inc. In County ; AHZ /., IABIL\. ... the nieht to and
ra1.h :... OR' J IIi }lOA n n OPOOITJTY Officer I. director and 10% or mor.itaikhulleri .I Fla.i .that the : Intel-ruled In 1 rI 'I.I.atO 1 Dp" Cle ol bud." to waive iofenluaiitiua, and
CX>VM1MII)NHIII* OF of Ill urarso u Broad- aid bualnea I I. K Maeilng U [ ". (Circuit rsnlvortioo.CITY .
i I C..., GM'd A..IIIo., MAKTIN C-OIINTY castlnn to. Im'. ar* Ralph I O Wor. of Stuart, )' and that therear P. cs MTCHAbL O LITTMi'tAttorney OP STTART Stuart City Hall
(:om.Wol..r I. B.om.1I _u. By FRANK A. WACHA, ter rank O. Trimble I Jr., OarvtciP ;I no other penoni Interested In lr.rt Florida for flelntlft' Stuart. Florida o
110... p.... 00'" Ou..' LU.Cos.'V Chairman kiotd. Claude tlllv.n. TlOrlMard I aid bo.ln. Elton ol.L Bhwm >11 Ba.t Ocean Blvd JOB V COWDE b Always Wtlcom.
c-. and tleorg 1 MAB8INfFUb C P Stuart, Florida Cur .

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j ly,? w I in the St Lucie. sixty prospects a week from i" .
The face of the land is chanfring An immense bulldozer with the Fort Lauderdale area" Johnson ) <".1
largest blade I lye ever seen was declared With the intensive sales .OJ YC'a'"
As far back as memory goes being rc-fuclcd Two giant earthmovers effort it may be possible that the
B residents of Stuart have been usedto which I understand are subdivision will be sold out by the lt'JB i iy
called pans' in the trade were time the Dickcnon paves the laslroad
looking. across the St. Lucie of soil. the end of :
busily shilling huge loads at its t 120-day ,
: A r 1 from the vicinity of Roosevelt Dickerson. manager Walter contract
1 r a t > bridge--at undeveloped land. Crowcll later told me: "We are Four builders will erect two
here were big tall yellow pines averaging the moving of ".()JOO model homes each the models
sa.+ and palmettos, with, a mangrove cubic yards of earth a star at ranging from tho neighborhood ol
atKy clump is a landmark at Drer'a Lighthouse Point and (ant Fridaywe $10/ .(XX) to as high as $3",oon.Dider sM
;; f Point, and although it was just moved 7X)( yard." In'l contract: for I the
the other side of the river" nothing The machinery doing the earth- physical work which started about
( much ever seemed li> happen moving is jumbo-sized and it is the three weeks ago, was 120() days,
there. most such! equipment I have ever "hut the way things! are going," {'IEV LI' NOR IIl IORK Ob' SI' I.U'lt RIYFR:
s4s./ 1 But here in the pail few weeksa seen working at one unueonaland- Johnson declared. "we may be
great deal has been happening shaping job Two of the huge pant able to hold our formal opening
: : g just across the St Liicle. As you can handle fourteen to eighteen, in six or seven week." 1 r f t
i i : a ; a may have noticed the mangrovesat cubic yards at a time and there is From the sile Roosevelt bridge
1. ;, Dyers Point disappeared be- one that can handle twenty-four and the City of Stuart are just
; tween one weekend and another cubit yards. across the water Johnson said that t1 "?
the pines were thinned out and They reminded me of dinosaurs, fishing and the nuturul beauty; of + t! ', .; ,'
\ l.: ": the palmettos vanished. heaving pushing and grunting.All the waterways are being stressedas
::,j What you are seeing across the this activity is the preludeto sale points Prospect are being
''f 1 river is the new Lighthouse! Point creating 210 waterfront lot* !! shown color movies of our
r : .&.: sI yacht basin subdivision being carv- There will be paved streets!, storm sailfishmg, waterways and beaches
ed out of the raw land. Do not drainage and a community clubhouse It seems unbelievable that this
/ 4rt ; ; old Richard of "instant community" couldbe Y
confuse it with the Lighthouse designed by Pry- type
I ''' Restaurant location on this side jr, which will face directly up the springing into being but if you '
1: ,'\.. Av;' of the river. It i westward over the broad North fork. to over and I lake a look at it, as 'lTw
.s 1' <$\, ..-9'; ;Ryt 's water, some seventy-seven acres of Sales have already commenced I did you will believe
'."j:> :' '' :? the old Dyer holdings I land Johnson said funds for the complete It's easy to find. A series of
:. I. which lies at the division of the '' development have been stylus twenty directional hoards
./., /if. "J'l North and South Forks. I' placed in escrow and purchasers" have been placed at main urtcrycrossings
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Johnson The firm changing i the contracts Some $5XXM( ) ( () ). I Just to the we'oII Sea Gate j
face of the earth" with the most was told. Is being spent creating harbor I also a yacht: basin! subdivision I'
impressive, collection of earth- the waterfront residential nuhdi )just a little more than a
moving machinery I have ever vi\ion. Yacht basin lots are priced I year' old. It has many attractive: .,
seen is Dickerson, Inc of Golden from $3.490 up and riverfront lotiies-and new buildings!\ permits L n 4r f
Gate. sites on the main St. Lucie begin' are issued each week for that area 6 __
The new I lighthouse Point yacht at $7.690.< (> onf I predict another I thing: not
basin subdivision U four miles from Johnson has opened an officein :in I (he face of ho I land changing 1 ; +
... Stuart by road reached via Palm Fort Lauderdale, with a sixteen. but In lime to come you are s
City's Murphy Road. I drove over peronInff., where sales will he !eomg to see another new something ,,t S
6 to inspect it with Johnson I the aimed at the retired and boating across the river-where we
other day and found It an amazing minded people looking for waterfront have been used to watching the 1 i sN'
scene of activity. sites at much lower prices sun go down behind' the pines for
Two huge draglines were dig ban they are avail.ihlc most places to long und the darkness come.
ging out well over Hi miles of( In South Florida There arc also I It will he a new glow in the
1O BE BUILT HIRE main and sidereal canals and a two salesmen on the grounds: !scv sky from the windows of hundredsof ,. .r 4sk aL as.r r ..-a ,, +" aa_.... 44 r, au kru
ch.innel i planned from the main en days a week. homes. 1IIIKMY DU1DO/IH Pits, S IO REFUELiPa

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r'cr'cp'ion' in mammals and an attempt u .w, l'A'-' ,
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in KID counting game' One pot <. :" ;1
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hurts of l two of more shun I DC( +
exhibits in ,the annual science fill a KI rtV I KINDKtt I I : ) studies blue crab: in connection with her work
at Martin, County' High School on yr. AP for the Science Fair el Martin County High School Frid iv' and

Fridax' and Saturday. Feb 211 and Saturday: fen. 28 and 29. IJ L
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In addition to the Individual of three potato, four: five potato' six been conducting their :experiments. ,
torts of senior high student, the I potato, seven potato, more," car 1 in ,the burn, shed, garage and wh.it
,Mir will include a group exhibitby HI* .n eight count, Mary I is c', I' hive you for the lIteYCrnl Iw'a
) junior high studcrits, nnd, lot perimcntmg with sit, nine and 'ten monthsAnd ,
the' first t lime; an exhibit by the counts also I dont forget to leave the
psychology> department of the sen Unfortunately the disappearance spike heels at hornet
lor high school. of lists and players has Miry
George Rcnwlck( ,is faculty adviser : bamboozled so far, as her graphs I lames W. Whiil ikcr and Luther. STYScn
for ,the fair, with Vicki Swoope t:4 have not yet allowed her to come Ci Jcrst id. two of the five Americans
us student director The theme of up with the necessary formula, hut who scaled Mt Everest'Manumit *
this yc..r'. event I Is The Future ., as a mental exercise, her work i is in Miy, 1961. between
through Research:' certainly keeping her out of a lot them have made ninety ascents of DAVID DUNCAN: MCHS senior holds in his right hand ,I ins
The fair will he held In the gym of mischief. i 14.410-foot Mount Rainier. home.made plastic contact lens' with which he blinds rats: m,

of the new' high school on Slate I Id Kitty kindred, another seniorhas Fatllliie-; ; order to conduct his experiments on non.visual light perceptionin
Road 76 from 8 to 10 her the of the in the boxing ring I
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p on I as project study I mammals The results of his experiments will he one of more
Friday, and front 8 to 10 p,m. on It environment and habits of the cal average twelve annually. than 100( projects, in this week Science Fair at the school
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the gym floor, rather' ,than a he- leo help' from Dwane C Lesch-
lid ,that the female of the species horn Port Salerno. Kitty his
.is more dangerous than the male, '_" obtained blue cribs from their
school authorities, request 'that spike \ I natural habitat'; raised tnem in un I f '- : :
heels he not worn aqiinum at home; analy/cd ,the 6s
I David Duncan a !senior, hat con I effects of, different water on the w
tinued the work he started for lust 1 1; crabs, 'the effects' of the crabs on i1 J M Ja
year"i fair In the field of non-visual I 'the water' and the crabs reactions
light( perception In mammals, to to such foods as bread fish ant) la ,ihUtl l la lt
wit', ruts Such progress hits he meil
made during the past twelve monthsthat Claire Dlimlcll, also a twelfth ...
: he believes the will conic'when :
day [ grader, working on a chromatographic
the blind will be able to kern analysis of white 'and yellow -- ..

to read as the result of the effect CLAlRE DUMICII used this clahon apparatus In her chromatographic analysis of white and yellow : chrysanthemums, Apparentlyin ; I i: ., .
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of light on their bud form, white and yellow
'nis weeks Science fair at Martin County' Hiph School,
By 1963! he bad discovered that mums, a project for ( 'mums are / t Identical in appearance '

rats' would sit up their natural Robert Sawusch, Stuart optometrist, facts of light whether the light be I cnlly shaped lights, such as circle Cake's project is 'to .:,.;.
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seeing ascertain whit of '
at stage growththe I '
when a light was twitched on while manufactured molds and lenses for I hot or cold: and irrespective of Its' and triangles from t ...' .' _
they were completely: blindfoldedwith I I his rots He now staves quite a hit color: : that certain: parts of the Mary McCormick, a tenth of grad"the the: yellow white. pigment mum i, tr rendering disappears: it dislingiushable "f.,;<':-;: :1\ ,"f' :';:'" .
c coven: over their i entire heads, of time by anestheti/mg the rats, skin, particularly below the ears er and a strong supporter with from its yellow cou\in. ,< _:>.j'., \ I, .. _
l but covering and taping the ruts'heads inserting the opaque plastic: lenses and at the tip of the tail, react 1 little guy, I is experimenting' ,I '; '"" < I
The results of such ,
her results on experiments (
was quite' a business under their eyelids, and starting his more strongly ,than others, that the numbers, plotting ., :
J find formula and a hundred more, will be on ..
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However, after having read that experiments\ soon a s the rats' ruts can, with a little assistance gr: 'M
will enable 'the litllesi: view at 'the new high school gynton >
shirks had been equipped with recover from the effects of the from a reward, distinguish one light which and 1 I
Mastic "contact lenses' in experiments anesthetic from two lights with 'the same combined angel to insert himself in a place! I Friday Saturday ; k" ,t. .c
where he become: Drop in and see them Show the 1no slta "
to their ability 'to use In continued experiments for I power. Currently the young In the circle may .
their built-in study I 'sonar device i ," David this years fair, Duncan has estub scientist conducting' experiments I"It\" or not, according to his or actual hci I youthful' the scientists''they that have you M,lyed in-' MARY hicCORIICK, sophomore, explains to George Rcnwick, faculty adviser for the MCHS Science
the predate
acquired 1 a plastic i toy-making material lished a number of facts: that rats\ to Certain if different reactions, I, pleasure Although 1 lout> of way hur.. while they have Fair, that, much as she would like, she cannot guarantee that he will be 'It' in a game of One potato
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114.1)I Thursday, February 27 1964 ) i 22 Yachts at the Marina


Broward Nurses Make SOCIAL NEWSOffice i I As Season Nears Its Peak


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It was a near 'SRO" at 1 the N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs J J. A. Forl.,

t .. DRUG STOf Ea Good Firemenkey : AT 7.1550 MISS MARY LINDSAY, Society Editor 1 angford Marina, this past week I Rockford, III,; Miss Anna Mur-"(
when twenty.two yachts from the and party Mmeola. N. Y.

peisonml, of the M.rlln, ...... ."", ,, ......."'" ,.- ,:.- _.......,. cII'lernCllo'oard.. plus many whIch I tiord 1'tan H' Ci'k\ '

Memorial Hospital were guests ol arrived only for lunch or dinner R ,; [ Mrs II nVorkovitz

J Ihe Southeast Honda Tuhercu- at Frances I angford Outrigger., I Ormond Beach1: J
loss Hosplal in 1 Lantana recently i tied up al the manna dock, according and Mrs Webster Jansen Br\""

47 E. OCEHI. .\ D AT 7-1737 An ulldiy mstitulc on fire control to Dockmaster Perry ville, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs '\lI-
Kirk I Nelson, New York
and emergency patient cv uu- : just Coq
"lost Complete Drug Store in .Marttn Co. ,ilion was presented by Lieutenant Included m. the many yachts and Mr and Mn, James K. k is

OPEN !MON:" 1IIRI SAl. -. ':10 AM lit 9 PM: Robert McGriith and the Lmilloll I i I boats which came to dine were I Pome Verdi Beach; Mr. and M 1r,:
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Hospital s6dLI.wulenant' r group ol' thirty. three members 1M. B. Williamson, Media l PI,
OPEN SUNIMY 8 \M: .1230: : .'.:\1. 6 P.AI: .-9 PM McGrilh, retired I I I ol the Hobc Sound Yacht Club on and Mrs James E. Wagner

'from the Chicago Fire Department I Feb 21Yachb I I New Rochelle, N YMr .

now lives in Sarasota On' 1 l and owners which arrived .

LENTEN FOUNTAIN SPECIALMACARONI the premise that it is usually d for longer stays included the and Mrs Steven Vail 'H,.
: 'nurse: who first sees a beginning Sea Hiwk," Mr and Mrs. O gara, Chicago 111, are visiting hlr

fire he has. over many years. dt- Berne Chisolm Horseshoe N C.; parents. Mr and Mrs. Peler ( <_
velopcd und taught methods of Helen J:' Mr. and Mn. Morgan cilio at Rancho Grande Motel
f fire control and patient evacuation Jones Pt M,mill ipan; Ropero,"

1 1 that can be done by nurses Mr and Mrs R. C. Vincent, New I Beige is the most popular
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L During the institute, Mcdruth York City. for offices Green off.white, hi",,
repeatedly lit gasoline fires, Ihendemon..trllted t Ulua:' Mr. and Mrs Norman yellow and orange follow m th ,l
how wastebasket fire -IJ
B Grunt South Norwalks Conn; order.
could he extinguished with .1 newspaper Newcomer,"' Dr. and Mrs. B, A I I
or sheet; how one or Iwo InJ "Rava
Spencer Bloomington : -
nurses could carry a htlple i pa- t Y 'Y Mr and Mrs, A R. Sellers I St I
tient; and how the different upes I Simons Island, Gi:; Noniyni,: I Salon

used of fire extinguishers should he I r/l Atlanta Me.rKilh Ga."Honeycomb). Birficld and Davis, ''I''


; & CHEESE when i fire The a climax tiled team of of the the four fire program nurses department(omuli came I Walter B. Comb:' Mr.Port and Washington Mrs. of :w I


carried three patients to safety, put and. N Mrs Y.. ; Bruice"The Highlander Forbes. :New Mr
nut I seven small (gisolme fires with
= extinguishers and one large 'lire >. York City; Supremus Jessop
CRISP COLE SLAW 1 with the fire hose--all in one Steel Company" Washington, Pa.: BeautyPROfESSIONAL
nnnulc. Barco, R. M. Adam, Ormond
BREAD & BUTTER I
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plus 9Y I There were 700000() three tr Rochester, N. Y.; "Nona IV:' ODe .

(amides .in this country in W(>2. St. Aubm Jr.. New Rochelle
ANY 10cBEVERAGE .- ---- -- N. Y : "Coquina:' Mr and Mrs
CAREVirginia
E Jones, Canton, Ohio; Marion:' BEAUTY

ANNOUNCING: /1 \ Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace

REOPENING r Elm Grove, Wis,; "Jo Ann," Mr

and Mrs. Richard Y. Fuller, StMichaels .

MIRILA1NE. KENNELS INJOVH LUNCII- Menihers of the blobs Sound Yacht Club gathered al the Outrigger last Friday : Md."Dcmijohn 8y

John R. Mostly, MgrBourdlng for a luncheon, The group came by boats that tied up at the marina. II," Mr and Mrs klnne Owner
Day Week C Charles D. Harrington RuxtonMd .

ADORN HAIR SPRAT 99'': Month Hobe Sound Yacht Club Group in LuncheonAt Kempcr.; Knsmer Peabody,' Mr St Albans and ,Mrs.N. Irunccs Operator Ann!

.; iy TONI RED. 1.50 Obedience TralnlnllGroom I Y.: Colcen II," F E. Gray, Montreil ;

In"I Feb. 21A Canada, ; "Var Mar; V. M.
SUBDUE SHAMPOO 5401 I S. Federal Highway Frances Lan&fords Outrider( Wells Ballcntmc, S. C; "U.All Now Featuring -
67' '
RED. I III: Mr and Mrs. C. M. Weber Pedicures *
1.00
I Fort Pierce Phone 464.3378Hartford total 01 thirty.three membersand I the sixty.foot Hello IV:' owned Kelley. Mr and Mrs. Frank Mi- Pompano Bench; Mayflower:'

guests of the Hobc Sound by Mr, and Mrs, Hunter Marston chaux Mr and Mrs. Martin Con Robert Klocddel Jr. and party 'Relaxing Facials'
CREAM 1- three outboard motor boats don Jacksonville
BAN DEODORANT plus ;
44' rendezvous
Yacht Club held atLancford
a
REGULAR I9o Those attending the rendezvous Mr and Mrs Tunnccliff E. Fox, New arrivals at the I angford
Marina Feb. 21 and included Mr and Mn, Gerald Hoffan Polan Mr and Mrs. Gordon Villa this p.teek, include WF ARE NOW OPEN ,
EAt lunched at Frances Langforos Holbrook, Mr. seat Mnt Solon Lamont, Mr and Mrs Leon and Mrs,, William L.
SARDO BATH OIL 1.88 TIM Outrigger rest turant. --- ard Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Nashville Tcnn.; Mr. and I\Ir'j MONDAY thru SATURDAY

RED. 100 1 hey came on the eighty.two. Marston; G. M Kleder, Marion, Ind.: 304 OSCEOLA AT 7 0536
foot Valeen owned by Mr. and Hankers Visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ramsdcll, and Mrs. E. J. Boyle Ch ippaqua. '
Mrs Gerald Holhrook, and on Mr and Mrs A B. Homer Mrs
Fred Johnson -- ----- ---
BARBASOL 10MBRED. 64'' Sheldon, Norman Berkley Mrs
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I9o Fred Johnson of Toronto, Can. Gould Remick Mrs. Ralph Horn-

d Dickinson GetsA add, who has had a winter home, blower, Mrs, John B. Wright; Thank You.
n Sunshine Locks Road Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Baker I
d Farm on .
1 ABDEC KAPSEALSRED. 3.09 Color FolderA Mr and Mrs Robert Bailer, Mr,
for the thirteen i h holding
past years
4.41 100't ( I his !hankers convention: and Mrs. George Scott and H.

I ) new for color Jonathan brochure Dickinson his been Visiting own him for an indefinite Holton For your wonderful response to my grand
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1 ANTISEPTIC % State Park, according to N. E. Miller stay are: Mr and Mrs. R C Musket MMI: tlMtllllxt: :WI"rii'.Wllt: I
CEPACOL 59' Mr, and Mrs E D McPhailand opening. Come see us again Only 3
I administrator of theFkrids '
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RLO11s"4 Ox. executive Mil UK Ok' | I :IHIM4T I
I Mr and Mrs. W O, Whaleiy <> WHOM' IT MAY ("OS: ,'h.HVMiliri' :: ;;
Y Park.SUVice./ 'N' i.These :''Musltct' is' (the unRgei'* of the } l I. tn-rthv given that the. more days to register for free stamps.
( folders will be available Ilmrd "r C"unit' ('otmnis.luwas I | .IMnilln

': fORMULA "44" VICK'I o69c at the park and will he distributed katchewan Bank of Montreal McPhail at i is Unity a former, Sis- ;(. a public(;ninu.I h.,"ill Mulli.:K al will,br! ,I hue.;::nlliiil ; I

.. 1 throughout the nation by the nr H II A.M. il,' M noun \II it'PI'fun"r .
manager of the Bank of Montreal j uj'i.n ri.ivi n
: I nil thrnuillel iniiv h. h atd nil
r Florida Park Service i Wcl I .
through
at Winnipeg, Manitoba Whatc Mm h "4. mil HI iho Murtln i'n,intv -
come Stations, automobile clubs (i'nurihnuxe In HI,.mrl I 1"lnrldll.l lIn ( : i
REG. I.I 1 I80Z. Iy, now a resident of Toronto la
I CONGESTAID 89' folder con older' the nmll 'r at Hm"d.I IIt Y.FREEl
and sinulir agencies The a former manager of the Bank .v the ..Minn regulxtione .. fnI-I .
contains five color pictures o f 10":
of Toronto at Thornbury, OntarioJARRFT1S
!scenes within the park .
I. ('hnnor' Ite 1I..lIolllon. er
This is the first, printed folder Gotten ll.t >,.n'1' ( regal,-

PEPTO BISMOL s: 6geNESTLE ever published State: Park for Miller Jonathan said Dickinson THEIR lORrV-NIMII CELtBRAlE: :" whl.11..110 to awning" ,1111"11I ilerinlllPiilnl 10 ('nulily-, 10,000GOLD

'i Family Auto Insur Mr and Mrs. Jesse Jarrctt who j I. Hill lieu .,min 1K ''Ins.l I In '
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( 'nil n tilled U :a I U VI till
KINO SIZE ance will provide you with broad IMltl: .tl\mil: "l;MlT: have been spending the winter pie t' nll!>' llnlilulilial IH..
3 CANDY IARS protection at substantial lav Ml",11(11 UK "IIII.U' III' *HIUINI I
mgs if you have a good dnv Wll,")M IT M I \V CuNiitiN'Nut'ICiu forty.ninth wedding anniversarywith All Inl.reoh',1, parties are," ..11 ; l In I(11'1'.1"l given thut thI lu "U.nl' and be h"Hrd.
record. And with the Hartford 811d /..nliiK 'onllnl'olon a supper Thursday night. I '
ing I 1'111'111" tinted chlo IMh nr "ehrun"y'. 1Atil l
CIII 1.09 there nt I MKIIH( (Corinth I-I,rltu will ,'on Feb. 20. With them were their I JlO11), "I' r'(1\'o/'ry\ :/ GIVE-A-WAY!
KODACOLOR name on your policy dll.1. l I a |>IIhll I ,' h HI'ln"( a I the holllI son and daughter.in.law from Hobe I IVIMISXIt: ) I( tuelt.1HTtN
FILM need be no doubt about the Tall I I' M on March 11. 1 il II nl (OLST\. .'l.oHlP\ I IHARVEY'S
1111 IH'lIn, Count) ('nill'Iiiii. InI'IU.I Sound Mr and Mrs Marion Jar lIy t-IL.5NK A. W.'H.l'l1alrll1an .\,
e quality of your insurance I, 'lo'ldl, 11I"oll"hl r the moluniendtng rett and their'daughter Mrs. Mar- ,
h ,.1''' I the awning resut.ilan CITIES SERVICEU.
Call our office now m' tee if .. 1..110.. {Jane Stultz who had come to ATThST IOJIOTflY) ( : 1'lt1Ht', l..rk.
you qualify for savings on the I. (l'honl the derlnlllon..rIinldeu Florida to spend a short vacation I I'llb.: 1'rb ti. li'61.0'1' S. HIGHWAY 1 AND PAUl CITY ROAD

finest auto insurance you "AD ita'.1'.nIIlK regnl.tiun .' with her brother and parents, The -)\ HIIIP-: .. 1'111.,11'-lit:-Sit--,Sit- -
buyl 10 rnnttnm tn ('OIl"'Y'.. Jarrett returned to their home in ,V Public tt.alnl( will b.. I HI' YOU COULD WIN:
whip nonlnii
'. REDfROSf Anderson Ind.. Mondiy or Stuart, Hi.rlilH, on the 7xrd: lnor \ 1st PRIZE 3500 GOLD BOND STAMPS .
I a 1nitbll.h" new aunina rt..lraiuu '. .
: : :: M.lch 'Ian( at Slid ncloik 1 MIn
Colton (( : litied It 5 ,i Muiii. i the City I'onm lux I"n nectliK, 2nd PRIZE 2.000 GOLD BOND STAMPS
t'a"ly, l'I.I CI IH ON AlBRinONNOW room In thiOH Hill In tin- "illy'
Balls t 1 IrlpLA11 I IN ALASKA or Htllnrt Horlilrt. to hem ubfotin. .. 3rd PRIZE I.000 GOLD BOND STAMPS
... ttnl nil to (lip |proposed| ,'I..ulnii or 4th PRIZE 750 GOLD BOND STAMPS I
NaamW InloroHlrd .IMIII. are In Airman Second Class Clifton E. that ccrlulrt H lent ally> I l'lnl( hr
f lu "'iii?i,,I nut I h. li. nnlt l wren the \\eiil II ii> .r the Ninth Sth-ISth PRIZE 250 GOLD BOND STAMPS
F Pt t Iale.I I itul l. ash 01 I-','I funr)', I 11161. Albntton son of Mr and Mrs oHolIIHrlpr .if section A. Tutu-
t.lI'rl'l'ul'STY/ uiNtNrtivMMtistiiyi Wesley Albniton of 801 Bayou ship 8* South Kn,KI41 t1...,. Mar. Enter today...YOU COULD BC A WtNNER-no
I I'I\SSISII I Wll (',tintend I I.n..t (Ihrnll"h nInrtuslv. I
; Avenue, Stuart, has arrived at tie .. or (1I."d.le. "ubdivl.innaerordtne obligation, no purchase nece&SaJy.:
ll.J('HI I I'II H. IHth-N'Lt.LJ Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alas 10 (lie 1,1"t Iloien( ,iv.eurdrd -
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JOHNSON ft JOHNSON JOHNSON ft JOHNSON 'TrH'PMAHin. ka, for duly with a unit of theAIII..kan > .
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Air Command Airman 011111t'lnrldli(
FIRST AIDCREAM '" b |.'..h ,7 HIM\ had CITY ,'(iMIINNIi'it: '' ', Cilice Itr.K itn ,
COTTONBALLS --- Albnlton t,
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: II I- been on an assignment at Jiek Hy 'R '',M.I..,i 110 ML" "\U\ 10.000 GOLD BOND
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: Minor of Stuart Training! School! tub 11'11'. Feb W'xl) it. "sea. STAMP GIVE-A-WAYI.
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VALUE Burns I Please enter me l IN tile Gold Bond
.. 49rO Scrapei 69c Stamp GivtA Way

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.. HANDCRAFTED SUPER GOLD VIDEO
.. IrJI $ Chass GUARD TUNER "together to use the wonder of all the HARVEY'SCITIES
4 r St.Joseph Aspirin For Children was flnt Handwircd I I
No Printed Circuits! for longer TV life I world for your health.
N ra to offer this protection! Has the dossge i
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CNIlDAEN doctors favor pure orange flavor ind I
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.. FULL POWER : STATIONOpen
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most mother trust) 6 A,:M. Ill
re labl.he T V STUART DRUG CORP.Your Midnight 7 Days a Week

I Phone AT 7-1668 For Free Pickup and Delivery
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TilE SUHRT (Florida) NEWS axws 4 Ar n.!N 'taraW, AV..Re"d araawEw. .k ; :

Thursday, February 27, 1964 5D FOR RENTFIREPROOF 35 SPrCUL NOTICES 55CARPETS TRAILERS: & StR>'lCL& 68 1."U1ItOR SALE 9CHOMt I Real( Fatale For Sale 90( | Real Estate For Sale 90 60 01 DS 98 1 101 ID.\\' ;I-I)

!L .I a',,,,...,, '.."'......, wr j wa.u 011'q--',w., ...... --Iaaa4x81xteM/r lr III. PSiB, window & seats

THIS SYMBOL clean easier with the 1955 Mercllr.be"n'lOnt house! with Income tour rental FOR Sale I by transferred owner: RH'KY' POIM r (US _' "bedroom. R e II. Factors: ,\lr. Tlnledalll.Wo

I ft ''r mile wirchousc outside 1800 limits W Blue 1.ustrc Electric Shampooeronly ( trailer. 8\4 it f Furni h..I. Inquire units or large fajvuls house 111 I 4 "bedroom. I'i bath CBS house 2 I bath home. Il1l I .killm Orlu "hlle body. blue

.. MEANS THATRFVIHRS cit> $1 per da>'. H.lrtman-Lelllh. Mrs. Hirrv Day. Char.Mm ness torees sale at 1 big reduction Many extras $11 I 500. 10 aim Lake WAII 1 RrROM( r.l DltP WA1I FR tnutchlnii blue Interior,
$40 month. 71074.
1 at a Call AT lop,
tf ton' Furniture 2.27 (OS) Trailer Court U. S. I, Ho h I e For information. call AT 70112 Park.. Cull AT 7.4290. 2-27 ((90I1OMF 1 Fireplace I 1 in l.iniiK: room Tern/: I Ike Inside and colt
(351) new
: PAY TO READ -----. -- Sound, 3 !19 ((68)8x12 ) alter 7.00 p.m. 2.27 ((90))) ------ /o floors. Built-in store mil osen
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I ALCOHOLICANONYMOUSmeets : : Deluxe North Riser "ash.Iher.enl. tin Snack! bn Book' $1,790, our price

YOUR ADS IN I FOUR BEDROOM FURNISHED at 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday Frinklm! new 10x28 aluminum HOME located In Stuart neal Shores Move right in. Furnished sells //'t. Screened: patio lacing I wi- $1,595.

HOME FOR RENT. CALL at the Community Church, awning Twin beds Full schools 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, l or unfurnished. 1 bedrooms 1 2 ter. Auractivc I imtscnping $?S! ..

Ne'-I 287-0199 U ((35))) Jensen Beach, For information: but! Gas heal. Excellent condition central aircondiliomng and heating baths Pool' and putio Large! lot 50000( Good terms Roland (. *

e 'httrl ; Phone AT 7.3332. tf ((55)) Art Lewis. Cocoa St? Ocean sprinkler svstemCall well Itndscaped: Call 287-484' lucder ReaiteT, 729 (oloruli!

FOR RENT: One bedroom, com IIrcele. 2.27 ((68) AT 1--0531.j tf ((90)))) or 287-1279. tf ((90) Ave. Sluirt. 2.27 ((90}) '!59 I',VDIl I AC CONVTFSAB : .

plctely furnished, efficiency. WANT the best price for your car? 1959 Ih.I I bedroom Curtis 9by I windows & seals.
DIAL Telephone 287.1950 after 5:00: CkU Ralph Bates at 287-1214 18 awning Awning windows. 28 1,11in Block I I. N.'rthOl.JSuhhvIMon. THREE room home screened $25.00 Reward I for information R&ll laelory-VIr, All white,

p.m. tf ((35)]) Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ((55) New tires. Perfect condition Clark, Lots of large pine sleeping porch, carport, separate leading lo a buyer for the nicest:
t trees "lots 2<,HX). $185 listI..ST Muck & while Inferior, New
ATlantic 7.1550 Fishnhol. Stuart. 287- 9fo2. per utility, plenty storage SIIICt.Im. two bedroom home, in Stuart (locatcd I
AVAILABLE March 1 Spacious. AMBITIOUS MOTHERS who 2-27 ((68)) P O Box 395 Cape Cora( I pleMcIv furnished lot 50x115( at *2< Madison Ave !Prieee! nylon, lire*. Was $2,195, now

To Place lour FAST SELLING well.furnished one bedroom want to earn, but can only work Hi: 11904, 1.19 ((90). ) Palm lake! Park, Corner 19th and under $10000) ) Brand new U' ilk- $1,H95.
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apartment In excellent residential part time. Here's an opportunityto Park Court Owner Mrs Leila EVerebely log distance! lo shopping Cull Art
Jensen
BY lot
LOW l'OST'AooIT: ADMWS area. Annual or season; il. Call I earn $100 or more per hour Services Offered, Misc. 71 owner Beach,nice 7 x140 corner. new neigh- $5000}( ): tf ((90);) Ruhnke! :87-(>ft7b/ 2.27 ((90INCOME )) * *

287-3167 227 ((35))) showing Avon Cosmeticsrile _.4.
I "boihood, close in, paved cash or SMALL cottage with carport. $2,. I property in I the hear '61) SllJm. .\UR: LARK
Avon !Manager P. O Box 2427
WISCONSIN StrattonClinton law $1 4V 0. Further in
Bnggs terms (WK) ). Pleasant surroundings, desirable o Stuart I wrhiIescsand I om 11 1). Kcon. 6 l. Standard
I. ROOM f for rent in private home. Vero Beach Fla 2-27 ((55). ) and Lauson AIR formation, Oliver Shall 1425 So. for handy man Write A.Mclaren cottage'f across from Martin Coun c)
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WANT ADS Also garage; for rent. 6I9 E. 1 -. COOLED ENGINES in stock and Andrews Ave, Fort Luuilerdilc 17 Knoxville School Phone' Owner 287W Mick. AlrcondNew nylon
Route ,
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Fifth St., Stuart Telephone AT 7- ELECT KOLUX CORP. Opportumty and know how to .1 5 (90)) tires- like new Inside and
parts men who > ( < .1 5 ))
((90lOCAIinTbeHeeen )
Five (90;)
RATE: cents average Tenn. (
per for the right man to clouble 2J7
1756. tf (35)]) repair them. ULMER MOTORS"or" -- --- ---- -- out Was 1095. now .
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word, minimum charge per mscr! his present! earnings. Call Dan FOUR hcIn.lOnwalerfnlnl home
Dial AT 7 3335 Your Fne. dh FOR Sale: Waterfront gorgeoui Ocean: Illvd SHUt
Item $100 (for up to t twenty SMALL trailer cottage. Heat air- Clark AT 7-0143. tf ((55)) 1)Mi'healer. f tf ((71)J) \\ ill tr idc for vacuntlIIIJ.I W rite view best t location, North River and the St I IUCIII River on the..

average words). Words in ALL conditioning Britt Road across Box :.i. Stuart, II la tf ((90)) Shores Owner 87.167.. Fast site of 1 Smart. 1 I his well lo-
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CAPITAL LETTERS, except first HfNDRYS Trading Center Inc. HAVE small Bulldever Tractor, *
word, count as two words each. from theater Two people Call: Sale on all fishing tackle Local Mower and DIsc. Will clear lots, OCEA\FRONT TO It I V E R tf ((90)) cute d CBS 1 bedroom, 2 buth deluxe
2872322, 227 ((35)1) --- ----- home has central heist and anconditioning
below cd AlA in Golden Gate oppositeInOounty cut trees. Fence posts and pilings 1RACIS, Ve are specializing i THRFF bedroom, partly furnished '59 C 11)11 LAC CONVTPSAB .
White above or or Many extras like :2
spice LARGE bedroom, in i Gas. tf (55( ) for sale Lawton Wall Phone AT I in 'xeantronl I and have severalattractisely CBS home in condition) windows X Real, factory.
within ad will be charged' as the living room good refrigerators, See it "before mi .le>-
number of words (five) that could town on the River with private > aaa ...-c._. _. .. 7-Uft) _.______ _..!LI)) priced tracts ranging located. in Palm City. Also bin cwlo on your new home S1!,500() .Air. All while red &
bath, and entrance Phone BETTER b frolll 'Ii I 1201(5)( ( per front foot III' ,swimming\ pool! r.lUld or will white Interior. New lire*. A
be printed in the blank line or porch USED CARS & TRUCKS 5H Budding > Bishop repairing Roland! l i. l.uC\ler. Realtor, 729 1 IH financing no financing\
25 cents per lineDisplay AT 75619. 2-27 ((35)) J and remodeling Will i I I II Stuart 2.27 trade for lots or acreage Call 287- charges! Roland (I. luesler Red Mewlm $1,995, now .
('oluradu Ave.. ((9n)
build I I l complete home on your --- -- 5462 JJ90)( ( )) lor, 729 Colorado Ave. Smart $1,695
Clissified rates on FURNISHED new 2 bedroom 1960 door Corvair( Standurt lot Terms can be arranged Free ARI you ready to mouVe/ have ----- -- -.--- 2.27 (C'IO),])
application. home. Hibiscus Park Living Shift 22.000 miles Good paint FOR Sale by owner clean, furnished .
Estimates, AT 7 ) --
I .. 40'U1!! a nice t trailer i I uul lot for Enclosed *
one-hedrtl4. house
These are fish rates, for ads room, Florida room, !kitchen and lob, bad upholstery. $500. Cal sale in Monterey, for $1500( ) cash, m AHRAcTlVr 2 bedroom home
mailed to The Stuart bath $100 per month plus ulili 2872019. 2.27 ((58)) I RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service ) porch Carporte and utility Unobstructed view Indian RIV ' brought or and Also I 4h( 1II0-h1\lt) lot landscaped pump! 9 IXIKI11) Station 11'agon
Cleaning repairing. M! (
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News with If are a ties. $90 if leased by year. Call tank ill hookedup cr. Allilchc.'gllril/IC.! / ( irciil ir driveway -
payment. you well
drain fields" and re-laid \ septic' etc Performance. with econ
repaired 287.4135If
1961 Chevrolet Grecnbncr Ideal Jensen Bciieh ((90))
subscriber AT 7.3098 to see. 2-27 (35)) I Fireplace 11.1H'I Jensen!
Stuart News mail or are for C E. .
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for camping or a laB family Dial AT 7-0651 1 AT 7 9X62. tf(71( ) ready occupmcy -- -- Tel Imp y, Small V.8. 2-barrel
Flu
listed the Stuart telephone directory Slocum Realtor 505 Colorado Ave. SALt F! fnciwic Beach
in tMSFRl:VS 1: Prop. 2H7.0lIMU7
telephone BEDROOM kitchen apirtmcnt $1 I 200 Call AT 7 5 69 3.5 ((58)) WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE (R0) curb. Kill Kenullf blue &
you can place your ad by Stuart 2.27 ((90)) erty, Motel! on U. S. No. I, over .
Adults $50 month. AT 7.2902. --- ------ white flnl">.h. matching lutethr -
713V) and BALANCING with Bear Equip- ----
ATlantic -- -
Dial tf ((35)) 1954 Lincoln in good condition. A 2.5(0 ft, highway frontage clix.ein MUST be !sold SI. 1 Iude) l'slnles.. . .
IN B ih Terrace. Was $
say "1 want to place a want-ad, ment by trained mechanic will pay ima quality retirement Price reduced for quick sale, l,09now
$200. Cull AT 2260 after 4 1 1 Mil ill bedrooms' (urge, dining
bedroom
for itself in We have the home 2 ,
tire wear. $895,
III II nli n _Inil'! T p,m. 2.27 ((58)) equipment and men. Your friendly bath CBS. large cirpelcd living now only SIX.MX). C. E.: SlocumRealtor and living area, (IIS", completely"'
505 Colorado Ave Slu
FOR RENT OR SALE 38 ) furnished, including air Dodge dealer ULMER MO- room Built in Formica kitchen, *
2 27
art Hi ((90))
59 Galaxic ,
Give your mail i I address as _._ ..L r:.. L FORD OVERDRIVE: TORSjDrJDiall ATJ7-3355tf(7l) I large inside utility room with 30 .- ----- h lag city water Reduced 151 )"-
4-door. 8 cyl, RAH Color, <)111\) $1 500 cish M 1 P.
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ayour telephone ownwell Will by 12 screened porch All on 1'bedrosrin CBS, I-lond i rouoiRefriger 59 CHI:\'KOIHBHA1R:
the ,
50000home. On nvcr
white Motor perfect Very clem TERRAZZO Tile and Mo7bleW Nelson, Realtor! 12' I 1\\. Xcun:
ad. The Stuart .
ber in want beautifully landscaped corner lotMust 1 ti> stove, mow.
your r. drapes 4-1)I fceriun Small V-H Pow,.
take $10000)( loss Can be rent -
Can he bank financed $KIM).
has hundreds of Original H. Wagner Co AT 7-4880 For Blvd, 241.3566( 2-27 ((9(1)41.ANI'D ( )
News who ed and rent applied toward purchase owner, Ralph b Johnson, 713 or AT 7.1696. tf ((71) he seen to ippreciate cr, girden tools. awnings 1 plllnien.lIerilll. .. alld,', R&II. Beniilifiil blue
out-of-state subscribers information or appointment cull $9,MM. Phone AT 7-42.11. .
Phone AT 7 4133 days or Riverside Drive Phone AT 7. --- -- -- U S. No I lull'frmage )" melillc, white lop. A steal

are your for real best estate possible sales prospects and AT 3025 evenings If ((38))) 1538 2.27 ((58)) HARDWARE Sale YeT all h.ird. AT--- -73359- --tf-((90)-( ) -- .- tf ((90)()) / Well cst.iblished with Was. SIII1/5.I now $795

.. ware now at low smile pneesHemlrys NEW two bedroom home one ,. income", and small" home Room to
rentals, boats. help wanted T. T CITRUS ('OUNIRY Appr()
trailers, and services WANTED 10 RENT 40 NEW!' CARS 60 Trading Center opposite bath. corner lot Lesion( IKiuhts" :2)80);!() ) uerl.: I mile cI\l1\l1\ and I put In II\hhll\'nlll rent,it units or 1 * *
gardening Tei Golden ( location, (lone
Olte. .nisiness
I -County Gas $10990 liny terms W II. Wagner mile mud trontiige Excellent nlltur.III in good
_. x: tararaarAt; : sa wuarxv MII._ LraaNEW tf ((71\) Co., AT 7.4880 or AT 7.1696. dminllje.! Only $325,101) per lit to Sluirt $2000000) ) I\rms i '!
WANT lo lease by April' 1' byStuart Volkswagen Buses, Tnns J UJ r- tf (90)) IICre. flood tennis Roland O.Lueder. i. Roland Ci lueder Realtor. 721 I VB. Auto, drive. I'!>&B.
... .__ 2-27 ))
bed Color lo Ave Sluirt (90( )
businessman Two -- --- i
porter Models. Komhis and Piek PLANTS & SERVICES 75 Rellllor, 729 ('olorllllll RAM. Hcanfffiil bclue flnUh,
IN Jensen stile -
CLASSIFICATIONSINumbers : for
REGULAR: room furnished or unfurnished Call Paul Drum. Sales Rcpre Beach by own Ave., Stullrt. 2-27 ('AISA'kltICE ))
ups BY owner lleiiiililiil lot with putts top, I Ilra 1I1.t.1&4
.. -- bedroom and I three
two
er new
house! Preferably on water. Write JL "
: ( over 100 refer to display Box 1136, Stuart; or call 287 sentative for Stuart-!Martin County Fastest bedroom homes /lli.h clevatin.Wnll..ma stile corner lot trees Pino I like Drive Noitl(: $895, now $795
area Trades or outright t deals PLANTS growing nul'sery
which Reisonible perm
I River !Shores
classified ads, appear 1639. 3-12 ((40))), i dlstmce lo shopping KMMH) between U. S. No I I "
in Martin
Cal 10
Si Lucie Motors, Fort Pierce County acresof
after the end of the smaller ads, in $10900\ () ) and 512,')00.) Will take and olorado. frame 2-\to'1", 2, ti> \uit. Slinirt AT 7-5H68. or Bus a *
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I Locally AT 7-9750. 2.27 ((60BOVIS ( ) plants Pelican Nursery, >>
numerical order Ie to I look InUL \.oof. lots \\haL have for ,. Raton J9 -4JM6. ].1') )DO): .
surF Road S-76A Palm acreage or you npiirtmcnli. matron, furnished
.... ( ) City .
in both places I ) HELP WANTED 43 I '-11'r 17 1918. if (75) down payment A 7-0914.1 tf((90);), Price, $IOKM, Imlf cash. ('ullAl BARGAIN-..-:. Walerlninl. '. property ,. '59 ono Ji) .siuticMMmrmi .

... & SERVICEs 63 7.1 1614. 2.27 ((911)) Kill Standard _tkkDual .
35-135 LARGE building;;; lotcl-,; ;Inlet ;;: ____ Iwo beautiful walerlroni' I
RENT: AZALFAS Camellia, Gardenias ---- I rarlK. New while flnlnh.
FOR BREAKFAST cook. $50 for Ii,. iIIO.'llIiI'o.1f1llllilf'.ItI( ; IU Paved streets Private "dock OWNER will rell"'lIIl1hle' 'lots ul) eat end< of Palm Avenue\ .
aetept
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 All benefits OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED VARIETY Palms I $1 and Reasonable Write Box X )in North Kobe I Sound Shores 1 ('1.lIIeto Heal pirformaiuf with Iconomy -
day week to start Owner offer for large heaut I fill lot l No
) TO RENT -40-140 PAPAYA, Banana, lythec :: Sluirt and St. I ucic Inlet Con. 30 plow Hook $795, our
WANUj and vacation ALSO: Waitresses We have parts for all Avocado Carumbolu Up'l c/o Stuart News Phone AT 7- 73 Oecunvkw Olive Skyliiiul' I Sub

HELP WANTED 43-143 wanted $30 week and tips. Must popular makes. Can test your coil goes Macadamia Nut, Citrus VI I 2549. If ((90)I ) division. Don ('raw ford Route I I. crepe bulkheid. County approved. price, A95. $95 down $34
48 148 have Answer in and condenser Ulmer Motors, Dial Iloruli road. Central wilIer system excellent "' ''nlh.
Wanted transportation I Box 107, Okceihobee, ,per
White City. '
Employment Enders Nursery, furnished"about ; ;;
OR Sale: CDS. Duplex water lad No I in on the
Bob's Jensen Beach. AT 73355. Your Friendly Dodge '
Poor .1.12 )
50-150 person, 2-27 ((75)) ( IO)
Business Opportunities I two blocks Irons First National wllh (167
Dealer tf waterway pie'lhlll'C\1 *
tM43j( ((63)) -- *
LOST & FOUND 53-153 ___ .....In 111 Bank Terms. Phone AT 7- WAfrRIRONrilOMF. Miles of fl. of waterfront approxim ilely
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SCHOOLS 54-H4! FLORIST for pirttime work AUTHORISED Johnson Dealer, FOR SALE Miscellaneous 78 514( evenings. tf ((90)) St Lucia River view 1 beil- ,40) ft al the widest point I Price, 'S6!I INCtHJV:\ Premltr 4.1)I .

Phone Hobe Sound 546-2021:! Complete Sales, Service, Parts. I rooms, 2 full tile baths living 58,51(1.) I lot No 2 also slightlypieshaped I
I SPECIAL N01ICt.1i155: 1 I .. .L II III JlU I__ Dl.LP boat anchorage waterfront I"at'I-nlr. PSA It, windows, and
Good selection of Used I lor id with 149 ft!, canal
I 158 tf ((43)) dependable room Dining room i room, on .
58- bedrooms teal. All while Beautiful 2liHie
home inlet Three
USED CARS __ Motors Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic SAtE: On all appliances now at near mblnution, modern kitchen. idjoming/ waterway Avernite width

NEW CARS 60-160 CARETAKER at House of Refuge CASA RIO BOAT & reduced prices" at Ilendry Trading three baths High and dry, Huge hobby or family room Pro- 104 ft.. price $6)88)() ) ) No brokers green Interior. Was

BOATS & SERVICES 63-163 Hutchinson Island Salary and MOTOR SALES, Inc. 440 Rt 707 Center opposite Tn-County Reasonable Owner Write Box X, touted deep' water, dock for your Jupiter Mind 1 Apartments Jupicr $795, now $595. No down,

TRAILERS: & SERVICES 68-168 living quarters provided Interviews in Rio, AT 7-0944 tf ((63)) dm. in Golden. Gate.. tf ((78)) c/o Stuart News Phone AT 7- tout. Owner will hold mtgc I This ( 746-7109( 227 (I)0)SPA'IOUS )) $34 a month.
----- -- 2549. tf ((90)) ___
71-171 held Saturday Feb 29 ut 1M a beauty for $27.500() ) 00. Roland
Offered Misc. COW Manure \m $l2. 2
Services yds..
I 75 175 3pm. at House of Refuge, FOR SALE Complete line of yds, $15, 7-yard loud $42. Also SMAII& two bedroom house reasonable 0), Lucder, Realtor 729 Colorado and lovely waterfront *
PLANTS & SERVICES Marine Marine Paints, home, 2 bedrooms, I I''') baths) .
2.11 ((43)) Supplies, Stuart 2.27
furnished Ave, ((90))
mulching; hay AT 7 0979. tf ((78)) Completely .
78 178 rilS with the that make '
extras a
(Kan .
For Sale, Miscellaneous: -" Marine Hardware-everything for decorated utilly --- and Sharp- 57 Ol IS
Wanted To Buy (!Mlsc) 81-181 your boat Whiucar Boat Works, newly screened Carporte, COZY 2 bedroom I bath home house a HOVI II Better construe I "UI'. R UN 2.1) III. PSAB.

i & STORAGE 84-184 QUALIFIED INSPECTORSMust Port Sewall tf ((63)) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest room porches in Bahama Terrace. I Like new lion and modern, Even a 14' "bout window and neat. Beautiful
MOVING: 1vellrit rJ flh condition separate breakfast and motor go with It. Garage and
Real( Estate For Sale 90-190 be experienced with precision FOR Sale 26ft. Chris Craft Prices in Florida 7- tf SUita'l( ) I porch, patio, small ultra modern metis' work shop urea Priced attruolively metallc, green matching Interior.

Real Estate Wanted 96-196 gauging and' calibrationtype Cruiser Outriggers, automatic FOR Sale. High; wooded lot kitchen, circular drive, while con : at $2150000( ) Roland: No rust. Really nice.

instruments bilge I pump, galley: head Sleeps GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS by 300 on canal in North crete tilu roof Only $14,2181( M (1) :lueder. Realtor; 72) Colorado Was $695, now $595 No

-- four, Loaded with many other ORGANS Shores Joe Penrocl, Box 242, Stuart P Nelson Realtor, 325 H Ocean Ave, Slu irt. .2.27 ((90)) down, $34 a month.
FOR RENT 35BEAUTIFUL Excellentorking conditions, extras. $1600. Phone AT 73252 AT 7.3661 J. 2.27 ((90)) Blvd. 287.351. 2-27 ((90)( ) ----- --- -- -
.. ..
40 hour week Paid vacation after 3:30: pm tf ((63)) EASY TERMS :. -- -
--.n and holidays Complete insurance THREE bedroom, Hi bath home, WANT:D Investor to purchase TRAILERS It SERVICES 16R

rooms with twinbeds program and' other fringe BOAT, 14-foot fibcrglas, with 40 MORITZ PIANO CO Krueger. bslitcs Living room, !property. Value $fa ,OIXh()() (lav* _. A>.,.. 57 YOLKSWAC.KN) : Panel

New home Semi and private benefits h.p. motor und trailer Will 112 No 5th Street FIorlda I room, air-conditioned, reliable tenant to lease for I 10() Bull)-In tasks. like new

baths. Cooking privileges" trade for cur or truck Price, $1 I,. Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph 461-4747 screened.In hick porch, large lot. year Show good return plus building I Inside and out Was $895,

Plenty of parking Cull Mrs Day, For Application Write: (DIN( ). Call AT 7.5569. 3-5 ((63)) tf ((711)) Cull 2872019. 227 ((90)) ) paid for end of lease. Dun and I 1964 Fleetwood I
287.2589. tf ((35)) ------- _-. Bradstreet report and full )informu now $695. $95 down, $34a
I GENERAL RF FITTINGS, INC. BOAT WANTED Fiberglas out TRUSSES elastic stockings, _Jl l lion available( to qualified invest- month.

FURNISHED I two bedroom "house P. O Box 1198 board cabin cruiser, 18 to 22 knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart FOR RENT 135 on M P. Nelson, Realtor 325 E.

\ with i Af.1694. screened Stuart, Florida feet, with head. Will trade for Drug Corp tf ((78)) ..L Ocean Blvd. ., .287-1566 2.27. ((90)) Mobile HomesAt 55 ('lit:VROI,t;'r Pickup.
Call tf ((35)) beautiful $2 000 lot Kobe Sound -- .n --
porch Attn Personnel in ,, :
i : IXpt ,..,, '' "AMa I'" ; r IHIiixs lab. 6 c>L Radio.
subdivision Phone 546 5266. .5a-e.1'\
I TWO- (bedroom house, unfurnished ---2 27-((43)) lf(63)( ) Wanted lo Buy (:MUc) 81 IOR RENT: 135 Popular Prices Nice. Wan. $695, now

large yard. 5 miles out off WAITRESS wanted Steady work 4+r' { _.....u jJ '41)'. No down, $34 a
Indiantown Road Small family FOR Sale: 15 Fiberglas! Squall r SPECIAL: CIFiRVNCC
preferred. Yearly rate, $65 per Morning shift Powell Diner King Bout all electric with WANT the best price for your l + mo.
after 3 AT 7.97011. 2.27 ((43)) car? Call Ralph Bates at 287 It) il'MinSM
month. Call 287-3316 p.m trailer fully equipped EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS Sandy. has plenty of small '63
2.27 ((35)) 287 5553 afte p.m.' rhone) 1214. Merkle Motors Inc tf ((81)) :
WANTED: Women telephone : fJ model Travel trailer. "IIIII
i FURNISHED double efficiency. soliciting. Women or boys for $4200 monthly will buy this 18- r =:1n u, or trade al I any fair price: "55 BUCK Little Special 2-

Lower floor, Accommodate 4.5 light i delivery; Good pay See Clio foot Thompson, 60 h.p. new REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90CBS 1) IiI' Auto RAII. All white
I
people Good heating system Right Jones, Rancho Grande Motel I Stuart motor fully equipped A.I 1 condi 1IIIII..Ao.: ON I 1951 !MOBIL SMI.INE2BH Was $495, now $295. No

in town Dorothy Apartments, 211 Thursday morning, Feh 27 lion Coast Guard inspected Lots of three room duplex, furnished. )HXM! MOBIIIIIOMK : I down $IS per month.

Colorado Ave. 2.-27 ((35)) 2-27 ((43)) extras deck chairs, fishing gear Good condition Large lot, nice- THE ST. LUCIEOne Ii : :
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- and poles, with full canvas. $1,150cash ylmdscaped. Priced to sell "I I emu. *
TWO bedroom house completely WAITRESS Full or part time ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS and two-room efficient.. '
or responsible party can Hibiscus) Park Cable and St. I Lucia
furnished in Palm City.. 287- Must be neat and willing to work take my note over at bank In water Avenues Box 598 Port Salerno. Soon '55 PON MIC Safari 2-D
I 27 Coining -
2 ((35)) shaded
Steady round employment Spacious grounds
2137. year at Ocean Breeze Park Jensen .
Or call.( AT 7 I 1158. tf (UO) Wagon. PSAB. llydromallc.
Apply in person Milan ResUur Parking Lot. Boat Dock
Beach. Bruce S. Morse 2.27
((63))
ant Next to Bowling Lanes in --- .-- --- --- ----- CANAL lot off sTLucie. l Id No. its CAST orrsa .0111.IIY": ShuMeboard. TV and Lounge Pickup Camper RAM All while, .',Irl nice

Jensen Beach. 3-5 ((43)) 18FT. Lyman Skiff. 45 hone 5, Harbor Estates, JJlh( 125. TBAKT+ipisU: rLonrl'AaoLaywi APARTMENTS I frveryone will be wanlloj one Was $495, now $395. No

Mf fWMmiimmi !**MmiUi i
ADS Wanted 48 Navy top, many extras Excellent ert, 4940 N. E. 27 Tern, Pom- .KHI. >*HI> (01: Kit LP OR BOTTLED: GAS
Employment
WANT condition. Cjll 287.4375. tf ((63)) pano Beach, Fla 399-0204 tfVO( ) am"IO'.1II HATEJ: 624 ST. tUCIE CRESCENTSlUART I *
'. jij/j.oloJiMO/ In. 11'111 "'.............. 'TV 101HODMnthly / FTARIDATelephoner

PRIVATE duty nursing wanted. TJk-: ; ; new, Whaler LOVELY: ) home ;C-n-; lot. ] _..... .* rants 2A7-9HI2 ''57 Ml.RCLRY 2-I D WagonPSAB. ''

DOTHEJGB Mrs. }. F. Griggs, 606 S. Federal type hull. Ideal for fishing or bedrooms I lli baths!, double F, E. WOOD ManagerU Will Buy Sell Trade For, or RAH Automatic, Areal
skiing. Trailer. 35 h.p. fcvmrudeBimim Carporte Beautifully I landscapedStainless W. T. PAGET, Mgr. Accept on Coulgnmeal Your
Stuart 2.27
Hwy ((48)) UK) lillY Wan $695, now
top and windshield. $700( steel ail-electric i kitchen. : ruts AT T-OTM tf run I Used Trailer. :
1 Call 287-0369. 2-27 (63) Air-conditioned. Excellent I oca- --- $495. No down, $18 a mo.

Business Opportunities 50 1 lion. Approximately $4,(XX) down COME OUT AND SEE :

TRAILERS SERVICES 61 and assume mortgage Call 2870877 I EXPECTING COMPANY? SiNDY"OR DON
--A
i COIN operated- laundromat Reasonable. 227(90)( ) WONDER YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEN DOWN CARRINGTONCAR
for Th Best Deal la The
Excellent condition Good I PEERLESS trailer 35x8 with FOR Sale: I bedroom furnished Call us tat slop worrying'!! Reasonable nice and M atmosphere

money maker Call AT 7-1364 I 22x10 insulated. cabana furnished house Terms Close in Stuart that will surpass all but your ow. r. County CO.
tf ((50)) Phone AT 7-5149
i evenings
Fully landscaped, many extras. CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGERNow
tf ((90))
Located at Anchorage in Rio Reasonable Available for Your Sleeping Comfort?
AlA OLD DIXIE 11WY.. at
LOST A FOUND 53 Call 287-3633 2.27 ((68)) FOR Sale by Owner 4 100 ft. waterfront Niagara Cyclo-Maosafe\ UaJtt. In Our Beds. SANDY'STRAILER -
I lots Hi/h and dry. INDIANTtWN RD.

Dial ATlantic 7-1550 ANDERSON Trailer 45x10 with Sacrifice .at $29 a foot AT 7595. Southwind Motel PARK & SALES JUPITER Pbooe 746.4712Opea "
LOST Kobe Sound area Scottish I 35x10 aluminum awning 27x10 tf ((90)) SonAqrs
Rite Masonic ring with large arport. air-conditioned, gas beat __ ,2J7-S78S CM
and ask for the diamond Reward Finder please furnished, landscaped. Martin TRAILER lots 47i2j: US. NO. 1 STUART TELETHONEi J17-077J 1 Mile N. ., Stuart M U.S.1 asp (UJI )

call 546-5232 or write Box 666, I Mobile Par.A Sired Stuart. down. S13.14 monthly. Call AT tf CUlt tf I

Want Ad Taken Hobo Sound.:7 (53)) 2-27 (68)AAAA..A ) 7-2868 after 6 pjn. 2-27 (90))



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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 19! I Crowder Queries Thornton I corned about county tmance
.aasr anorar+"" ....ru ::.1-.r WARRANTY DEEDS FILED { We 'Mire could use all th .o I I

Real Estate For Sale 90 Real Lsluti Wanted 9 mono ; Andrew said
I I About Unpaid Rail Taxes
I 6WATERFRONT Note Th tranaactl0n net.,,. I and Marjorie Elscbaugh. his wife.
FISHERMAN Best waterfront WANTED U S. No. I Frontage alvan/ below: are. ';Mtlmatad: ft, ''ri Lol I _'". section 8. Zoning ChangesTo
28 I II
S.
Prate rt't' nn Imnpa affixed i t. township Stuart City Manager I Crowdeer's concern for a tax
buy very near ,inlet in Port Sew approx IIOxMK() depth the. do,d. at th, rate or ::1 IKcinn 5(0(1( '
all $82.00( tool M P. I Indian Ave-Sulcrno Rout area, BARGAINS i p", 11110. I In i ruts whir, I der i ii always faced with a payment is pointed up by the
Only
per co".ld"ratioll t. nominal, Put ht'0 Burgcsi B. and Mary M Fields of making city ends me (Met that the F.E.C. owes the city Be StudiedTwo
Nelson Reullor 125 tOc.an I I reasonably priced Chan Long .
rallniuliihnunt at tru.tne.hlpa I I
: his wile, to Robert F. Me Roberts, a 1962 tax hill of SI 1.459.31. anda
: That hit
Blvd. 287-1566. 2-27 ((90)) Box 224, Cnmhaiscn, klinnesota.BETTER or tmllur cuea where nu why question
money chanffea hands. atampaliott 100) feet of lot 3. !section 30 township Thornton vice president I 1961 tax hill of SI.311 1.22.
Building by Bishop re
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I 1.12 ((9h| 2 BEDROOM I BATH Indicate value a.mandnlnr There ire minimum Inatanciaw 17 S. range 42 E. S35.000.( Florida Fast Const But the tax bill owed the Cityof public hearings on zoning .
REAL ESTATE WANTED 96 .- --- ----- HOME Stuart Clone to h.re tnnr* iampn ore planed Bessie A. Shepherd to Edward concise and to the !point t Stuart j n a mere "drop in the will be heard in March.
p _...IaliMa.rrn t r '. er.yr eee WILL trade N.f.. Ohio and N.W. shopping center I Dick your value on.n of Instrument a Irannfer than but actual purlnillcallv and I Lillie Fountain, his wife. Lot Thornton had concluded bucket in comparison to the The Zoning Board of Adjust
DF IRE 5 to 20 acres. general urea I Pennsylvania property for Florida bout at your back door the comptroller officeInvemliratoi 4. block 10, Indianlown $'Jon.( ) Wednesday at the ; amount the F.E.C. owe Martin men will meet at 7JO: p.m. on
of State Road 7ft. 76.A. 708 We have homes, lots acreage!! $'4,900. which' l I".. atainia thoaa appear'caaea to In Carrie H. and William. C Cav Club County The FEC 1962 tax Thursday March 19 Mirtin t i
resort development waterfront have been plarecl than. I he in.wnrrnnte4 eny, her husband, to Maggie Lee Said Crowder bill is S168S098 Its 1963 tux County Commission will review
: "Why
out paM turnpike Want some por- The Nona taken no Mallard tat I I. I hill m f 47.020.62. for a total of changes at 9 10( Tuesday .
lion adjoining highway No farms etc C. Thomas 116 Martin BEUR00,1-f HinHlblllly| far the ..Uni td block 9. Hooker people pay your taxes? zoning : a.m.
en Contact Box Y. c a brokt I t Ave., Stuart AT 7.457S. 3 : CBS 2 valuation Park. $200William Thornton' reply was $83.781.60. There in also a I per March 24
New*. I-27 ((96)) 2.27 ((96)) BATII WAI FRF'RON r Feb 18 through 25)) F. Crary ot W. J. Weiss concise: "I 1 think thin cent per month penalty on lax I To be considered bv both bodies
____ I I lot 116 Coral Gardens Subdivision bills after each April I I. i I the
------- --- -- Indllde washer dryer solved noon'Commented are ( ) changing definitionsof
MOTEL! wanted on Route I Pn. I IIIU ... 11& I II''" stove refriueralor 1,500 North River Shores, Inc to William $5.000. Crowder Over a year ago the F.E.C. appealed Golden Gate zoning rcguhlionsto
t Lehman Lot 9. block I A. sec Jupiter lsle Developers. Inc. to I : this Florida Railroad Coni"mi'hion' conform to
confi I FOR of countywide zoning!!
vile purl) Replies kept REAL ESTATE SUE Leo square feet living area to me the railroad would
dentiul. Write, (' I horn is. 116 tion 4, North River Shores. $5,900, the Congressional Corporation, tat assessment of $2.121.. definitions; and ((2)) estiblishmg :1 i
lull basement Dock with 9 its if it
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I a.wItIII; Helen R, Guthrie 69, Gomez Grant. $25.000) I 819 for property in Marlin County new coning classification tilled
Martin Ave.. Slu! in 2-27 <9<(StSen ) Gray to The Us taxes and clean
foot channel for boat
t $27,500 Robert A. and Rose Marie up on the grounds of RIB
Pure Oil' Company Property in ,: inequalities Multiple Family Residential
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I 4IIt range
MORTGAGES and I Lillian Siegfried, to Monte E.I| We plan< to do I h a
has it
leu Offered, Mi.e. 171 39 E Slot) Speculation that the case I
1.l A..I __M IARGF TWO' BEDROOM S D. Jaquilh to Marlin County, I 9 and. block Ellen I I.V (lobe Conrad. his wife. tat I Thornton said; is somewhere in the Florida/ Supreme I More thin one million tons of
25'; YEAR TERMNEW 2 hath Waterfront Central LoU. 5 through 12, both inclusive $500( ), Sound Colony -- -- -- -- Court docket awaiting a crude oil and its products are
JOHN'S AND EXISTING heal and air conditioning block: 41. Highland' Terrace Prop ruling, moved through pipelines in the
Louis E.
and Helen .
I I. Flkms.
I County Tax Collector Alvin
eties $1.000, I Next Cruise An United Slates day
: IIOMFS Hardwood floor 100x275 his wife to Ernest Smith Jr. and i every
BODY SHOP I George E. Spice to William CCamph.ll I, | ureatM+Pwraaero+asa+arwene nr.. ..- ." .. ...
C. R. Ashley, Mtg.. Broker f Font lot large concrete dock avon Smith his wife Lot 2. block "" 'I : 1 >t..IIV'ally rear.
hot 7
Treasure Cove
Complete Bodywork & Painting 7. Indiantown Park $7,000) I REAL ESTATE FOR" SUE
Into wide SI. little River Waterway to 190
Quality Work Guaranteed Taylor 0 Ashley Beautiful landscaping Best $4,000.F F.) Adams to Jupiter Mainland George H. Ing ills and Hillary ',I ....,.,.apev{)...._..,. j .+' ...............,__ _. .,............,.
AT 7-3584 Monterey Road 630 COLORADO AVENUE I A, InjjJls, his wife Hen' I
tf (\till\ AT 7.2440 view on river Many other' Corporation. Property i in. dry Jr ,tats, f II I, '13: tt1.Ai5: 27: I II I In Late J _.__
extras I el chow thin beau government lot 2. section 35, township
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I 16. I8 l 20 22 ,
.if itoi 24 26 and 28)
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Owner will sacrifice.JUS 39 S range 42 E. $KO,(MX). FOR
i ty. ? block 62 of Golden SALE
Gate: $1,000Mirgirct )!)() I The
Paul D. Combs to Sam. JonesThe Okecchobec
; llmlon to Joan h Bow ,, .
FOR YOUR LOVED ONES easti' of lot 20 and all of ic. Tract 6. Boat a-code is being
MARBLE GRANITEOR I REDUCED $10000 lot 21. block 4. Monterey Subdivision I Inlet rut-Mi. block$(,,500.49, St I Lucie i I from fill to 1 late< spring, 3 MILES OF LOX AHA TCHEEI
Charles II
NOW ONLY $29,500 3 3800. I Kindred
BRONZEMARKERS BADCOCK bedroom' on Indian River Dr. Henry Gricn to David O. Pearce Ira Atlantic R. Refining Company to dent of the Okecchobec I
Thornhurg and A.I
220x1025 fool lot- with I 18x36 tot 4, block 183, Port Salerno. Hdyth j' Association Informed t
hornhurg I Lots ft. 7
nnd 8. block
I C RIVER FRONTAGE
$500 I dumber of Commerce of
Furnished I
Toot S,
pad.BVRCAIN Kitehings Addition. $19500( ),
The Symbol of Your Love Si tilde lands. Inc. to J Jack Vickers and Mine I ctsion to hold the nest
Whether you' want a monument i I son L Smith, Lot 21. Seaaate Vickers. his wife. 1.01.20 and Scott event May. 1 1517. I
headstone or simple dignified MODEL HOME : / IIUNFrR: Special bor. $2X()( lck'i block 20 section 3, Hibiscus Boatmen. participating 360 ACRES
I
marker, we will design it in un- 188 foot on the south Fork Carmen Pcrrctta to Subdivision $3200CTS 21'1 yenr'1 prc Labor Day I I
t M Werder Lot 17, Horseshoe 1 pressed a preference for I I
of the St. Luck River ((ear.td Corporation to FOR
the INFORMATION:
tone is symbol Write
perishable Point. $8.500.Mary spring date. to
of your love for a dear one. Open Daily 1 P.M. Mce bunk Ready to Eli/abcth Rme Stuart Countv. I tats 10 and II, block I' The local chamber will

Stuart Services 'Til 4:30: 1 P.M. build A steal at only $5,300. O I.und and l Lorraine M to, I Lund, the 47 Acres. $56,500 Addition() adjoiningcourthouse ), I a planning committee to VINCE NELSONBOX
husband and wife as tenants by the i the kick-off for the cruise;
Kenneth S. Stlmmell in 108 toor LOT ON INDIAN entirety, tat 13. block 6, Knieger M rii/ihcth Temple. T.tats Jones 26 2H to 34 Robert and ,]i Stuart' on May 15 .(190)I 122, JUPITER, FLA
Bon 1407 AT '-14" ..3201tf Dilutes First Addition. ( I Lake Okccchobec will I
or RIVER: SJWAILS: POINT $13900) 16 block 114, Golden Gate $100) PRINCIPALS ONLY
(till\ Pickett L, Warren to F. BMasterbrook Walter O Johns to W. stop-over on May 16 and
Harry II cool
Legion HeightsSee tat 4. block 4. !sec Myers the terminus on
knight Sections 2, II. 14 T/S
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HOYT C. lion I, Cocoanut: Park $18,100() IS S., range 39 E. $621.600Concessiond ). -----...-.---
r 'IAeow.'fvr4: t.4e ... Carroll Dassance to Adams En
I or Miscellaneous! 178 The csriis'onC; } Property m I lots \18 Furle R. Whitney.( Corporation lot 22 Evergreen to. wife, us an estate by the
MURPHYREALTOR Property i in government lot 1
( Subdivision
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ptr vtrsr I'"fl" "- w W.711 .t Mltervl Park $n, (uo.) ,ion 5 300 ACRES
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"VALLEYFORGE" of Hanson Grant. $139,(000) Stuart Associates, Inc. to Frank |E $100( township 38 S..
Coral I Gardens Development
Green. Properly in Salerno Small
: Ice ItI'WNW4P: Corporation to Henry' '] J. and Ag Farms. $9.70U.In'ured )). Glen F. Vivian to $350 per acre 1/:, mile frontage State
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SOUTII AlA nesM. Zwolmski, his wife lot 27, : on
Investment Company to zvckl Tract 61. Palm
7 a Colonial Styled block 3, Coral Garden Subdivision Sum C'iccone. Property in Hanson; 52,1100. City Road 714 to be paved in this years State
$1.400( .
Jensen Beach Grant 527,31)0.Henry )(). Louis Pnpsidero Sr. to Road Dept. hudgct. Excellent
R & B of Florida terms of
Home with Enterprise ,
Weidman to Henry Wcid Wavnc H Idereth. tat 41.
l CASA RIO AT 73340t Inc to Lena York. Lots 24 and man and Shirley WeiJmun. .h i i i H I I. West Jensen Highlands $ 29% down, balance in 5 to 6 years. Will
BOAT & 3 BEDROOM 1 .IT 11'0)( 25, block 1 11 I. New Monrovia Subdivision -- -_ .
MOTOR
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SALES.lne. $500() _. 1_ I nkaetr'w w. "arnaeensatawsn...". di\ idc.
rw Roule nor Rio AT ,.O944If (Twin SUe)
ml Hazel S. Allard to Walter G i Real Estate: For Sale 190
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-1 DOUBLE SIZED CLOSETS For Sale! Greatly Reduced. Was Asking Downtown Waterfront Home

HORSESHOEGUN FLIL DINING ROOM $28,500. Now Only $21,500 Buys

SHOP LIVING ROOM 16'5"4' BUY A HIGH 100'on St. Lucie River, 2 bedrooms, 2

Complete' line of Gum and LARGE UTHirYROOM! /My\ Attractive! ? .. ......". t t bath.CBS, furnished. Many''" bearing-fruit- -

fi Ammunition and AccesKorieiAM ENTRANCE PORCH RESIDENTIAL LOT trcts"OhTy! $29,51JO.00.Extra .

a .1:10 PM. Mon -Sab MODKRN: KITCHEN MITII RiverfrontHOME
I I -I P.III. SunilarCloud
Corner
\KFASTB\R Large Lot
Thuradar 13 Noon I
LARGE PLANTED IXJT For \

U.s. I .. .11.484.0244 N. 01 Port !r. L..l.'Fr I 1 INCLUDED: i at 1636 Riverside Drive Stuart. Modem four-room nioMly Little $500* 150'on Palm City, Road I near Shopping

) FOR I furnished two bedrooms, \Yi baths. two iir-condifionen, oil I Center, 200' dcep. Priced to sell at only
healer attic/ fan, screened porch fating river, work chop with I $6.7XWO.(
___ IIP'I".II.' nll-I' $12,500.00 I running water, on riverfront' lot, l2 ).rollt frontage by 200.foot Build/ and Live TOTAL

'MOVING & STORAGE depth
I ._ Low as $600 Down IN GOLDEN GATE
!MRS. D. II. GI.FASON, PHONE AT Ralph Hartman
71561J
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Sam RhodesConstruction ----------------1 PARK FREE BOAT L\UNCIII\G
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i Real Estate and Insurance

$$15,500 SEE BILL BERRY I 8
Moving and StorageGOING i 110 Fast' Ostfola St., Phone AT 7-4600/

: NOR III Inc. 620 ('()WR \1)0 AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT '- II P.O. Box 896, Sluart, IU

Part loaded van, have space for j WATERFRONT I. (Next to The Prescription Shop) It ( Par ,100

average size home furnishings P.o. Box 824, Jensen Beach -
TaU AT 7-0878,
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:, Fipn Transfer and Stung 'orldaI'bU 2 bedroom 2 bath Beauty Circle il

500 Flagler Avenue tf (110, Baker Sales Manager 1-17 utm drive Super largo screened porch overlooking

'--- --------i- boat basin. rand new and easy C. O. RAINEY-Realtor

: terms too!

660' of river frontage on South Fork of I .. _. a ..,..... .," -,-. ."- .- "" ,.
1" r? + + r. r'
St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including ap $$12,000Extra m ; w e P.l ( : ;q"PiA; k. .::r; .r 1

: proximately 200( ) Royal Palm Trees, beau. I ''''.1 ) r... ;. ', ':t ,:

: tiful grounds. Contact your broker or I fine 2 bedroom home. Quality construction tt c .. '.

1 all the way Lot is very high 4 r

ALBERT BROOKER ] and beautifully landscaped.


:. P.O. Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. i $$1,000 DOWN

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STATin: -I 3 bedroom duplex on nice corner. One side

RIVERFRONT rented. Net payments less than rent.


: FOR SALE FINE LOTS I r+ :cL

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: 200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful Invest now for a future homesite- Paved .

: Broad St. Lucie River streets City water As low as $25 _y.'_ '.. 6 d1 ) o..6. .. ..r, ,-.a.-.. .. s'e.' .."t'1 ..

down will handle. Monthly payments to

; Within City Limits of StuartCity suit I RESIDENTIAL PORT SEWALL ACREAGE I

Water U.S. Corners ESTATE

1. SPACIOUS HOME on wide St. Lode 1. 4,000 ACRES Certified survey shows
; An Original Florida HomeWell Commercial Properties river-3 hednxNiM, den Florida room ON ST LLCIE: RIVER "among finest; citrus land" In Florida.

: Kept and Spacious 2 baths Dining room Convenient NEAR INLET:' Excellent """-. Principals' only _
Income location, close In $32,500.) Asking $650 per acre.
200 i 500'_ WINDING, P\\(I) DRIVE
Nice Guest
: Cottage
2. 4 BFDROOM 2 bath Near all I.OVFI.Y LANDSCAPING:' 3 BEDROOMS 2. 325 ACRES Close In Only I mile
: Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did7Jon tchools. chiinhe, library 36' Florida 4 \11IS 3 CAR GARAGE.to Palm City Bridge High Dry -
room with inside barbecue Will con- (and 1 mile on No. 714 Can
Well With HIGH BANK SWEEPING VIEWS
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Landscaped
alder yearly rental Value at asking. be divided Price on request.
\ Larjje Lawns and Many price $24.SOORFNTAL, WALL TO WALL' CARPETING COMPLFTILY -

: Beautiful Trees and Plants IURNISIIED. RENTALOFFICE
on Colorado Avenue. Desk space
t Company 3 BFDROOM IIOtSE: -$125 PER MO. Appointment Only/ or iS00rq.ILCanbesubdhlded.

Priced To Sell $$29,950.00 and
il 900 Colorado Ave., (acrow' from 1st National Bank)
f Set Your Agent or Phone AT 7-2500 AT 7-320 AT 7-4121 : 508 COLORADO AVENUE:" PIIIL DORDON BOB SIMMONS DIAL ATlantic 72262MEMBER

I I AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 I DON KELLY or BOB WILLIAMS STUART, FLORIDA ASSOCIATES MLS

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I Clliilam ,
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NEWS I Hear 1/miotts Talk Wade Barnhill ,**, I krrs, RII(,
Barfield 31. I HawksBrtrnhlll ( nm1 n
hRBAILS""OF.R. I Injures Boy On Tuesday night Feb IK, thewm'lI 40 Ulttn
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Correspondent Phone !I 2465 I I SOCK I ol tIM First i The ;official\ iMuue, stmd i 1" + .
. J.... sesame Ricky Sheltra, eight of TIp. Methodnt Church ot ln N ntown Including' jamet Played Ihll'l"" r
met ai the church. Seven numbers Tuesday Feb. 18, are I I k
1.111 1 Court rccentl'lIff 1\'J
Girl Scouting Has Caught On linger and injuries; which Iirokin attended and. M ss Sharon Agner 7-0; Roxals. 4-.\; Hawk' as b,
required farts stitches. when t: was :i guestLcona I Celtics, 1I I 1-*
dynamite) cup he ground between, Howard acted 811 hostess
Like Wildfire; Total Now 100. two rocks explode! and today gave it\ lesson on mission* of I INDIVV10NN( I nRlfI S ;

Mrs Shells said Ricky told bet .
The PTA executive eon nut::
The Brownies are nlnnning a of refrigerator cookie. which they he round the ear in the mild nee Mrs.the business Man "seeker and presidedat met t Tuesday evening at ,I vv .
hike in the spring and on !MonJuFch ". : took home and! baked to he served his uncles garage In InJillnl<1wn. the following meeting nominating appointed field !School! f ,

how to 17 conduct they were themselves instructed!\hlle on and enjoyed after the invest!. ran She home was shpflrnlllhcn following the explosionhut Rick). committee! : Mn. Helen Palmer Mr and MM. T B "tn 1 ,f

on a hike 'rheyptpWiota their I lure her thirteen-N car-old dmijhteicalled Mrs. Betty DC.men mj !Mn Bet Miss Nancy Spill i ul I ,:.:i.
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etiquette toy walking to the old On Monday, Fcb 17 Mrs Nan. her father who rutihoil t l.t1thow. A \slate ot officers wrllhe George, all of Warner Rohm '.,'J
baseball field whew they pirilci: cy Herman attended t leadership Ricky to Martin Memorial' Ho* prwcnled' nest month\ben all were Ihe weekend guest ,nr I M
paled In games. including, Drown. achievement and bulge class inWest pttal where he1 1a\ held overmghi the mtmbMi votingMn arc, urged lei attend! for I and Mrs. Martin Spell All iiicnei ,, r
ed! the roileoMr .
its and Fairies Ricky will not' have the use M '
Palm Beach ft Joyce ( oon will he the
his hand for several months, hull
The girls sang their favorite Ills interesting to note that list still March 17 hostess .md! Mrs. Betty. and Mrs Cieorgc t t-llu lOll
songs!! under the direction of Mrs. it hi evinluiilK us good ai Connie lluchts \ weekend
spent a
December L Denrlen will give the KSMIHMRS I
Harold Wilder issistad hy Mrs eighty girls were invested l. I new, it i Is reported I in Miami visiting the Fills ,dough:/
in Curl Scout Troops\ hich e
our
Richard! (Cuduo I Refreshment let Ramona tllis. 1 he\ ilso spentsome '
a- ulr
served hDebbie now total over 100 The imestilure ( I Mil MS Nh.II1)DISI' }
were Garrelrnmother Fire lime wish their
Department \ son ''I'll
Mrs. Ralph| Garrett.The brought the total of Junior l II DIIK.UIMrs : t .
( \lien) at the Veterans 1I."pillltn\
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Girl Scouts to forty-three Answers 3 Calls
Junior Curl Scouts held a Jeanette (lementH. president 'oral Cnibks. Us two children
special ceremony an investiture. the Caelutc Girl Scouts have of the IhlOeanJ! Profesllonal are staving with (her i gnndput
this week Those invested were started work ontheir first aid and Indianlovtn Volunteer Fire Dcparlnient Women has been. named ems in Indiintown,: at the present E ,
Cindy Hennmg Sandra McAllis. hikers badges Two patrols have answered three call lhi s a.s a delegate for District 8, State where\ Jikic and Tammx are Inlaying r1k Y sI
ter and Ann I.lovd. In addition chosen to work\ on the first aid past wick\ All wire brush fire "Iel'alion of Business and Profession ( a MicationO ;
Herman and two on the hiker Bill Lcwthu and were quickly hrou.ht limit I il W.m'nIu"\.
installed
Nancy was
as a
conducting a class for the two control. Hiroldikkr of Big Chief D Ititaway I Is hick driving
new leader and one Brownie of
the local troop. kathy Cull. flew patrol working on first aidVMBLIAMF I Two of the fires were\ on Siturda .. Construction was present at the his cur agtm. In the past (two can I 11tl ; ;
One was behind the Caveny of the club he has hid both" eve operated on
up to become u i Junior Girlout.. ) last I meeting to explain
having reached the nccessirs age :' RUNSJoe I Apartments;; I and the other I a quarter the layout of the rodeo bowl In and I Is very thankful for hi1 won.
of nine. of a mile sot th of the Indian. regard! to the new additions. ekrful recovery
I I. St. I ucie race trick __
town bridge Siiite Road 710.
1 last week two patrols made all was taken to Martin MemorialFlosptak on Mn Ina i Bouton ctlebnlei+ her
preparations, for the ceremony and ; driver, Hojd Smith; us.sistant Wednesday a fire behind! 1.lr.. Hr.'In/ ('B iioins ltNCE:' : birthday list Mondiy. feb I with( I : r., v
four four driver James unique Construction' Inc:s officcblulghl dinner held in /her hoiioi the ) ,
patrols prepared types HigbyRF Bill Martin. amt I ax'erne Savers I'i' ( t ;
the total to three. .,
--- - -- -- -- -- Seminole" I Inn Attending 1.
Ihe1 winners\ of the twist a ""t
>, were rw
Ituuc4nu sir: rorves+ \t r cliar u"1 '
The department offers as a public contest at the Teen Club dance 1 con ird B>ulon, her huhunII\ +
VL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 service. and free of charge, the held Saturday. Teh I M The price and Mrs Mm Adrnncc Mi anj
__ n .. .;..._ I, controlled burning of lots in Ihe was a cake, hiked by the1 winner. Mrs. \\' \Ic)" Roger, and William l I I f
.-- Indnntown urea Bill M.lnin Taylor) The title was K.ml fully
The club extends special thanks. elecorited with roses :and ,'iltdle' ,
liRE CIHFFS IIFC1 \\H\tF\ to Mr. and Mrs Ken Boring. Mrs. An appropnilc cake mean versed
SOLD SOLD SOLD Martin County Fire Chiefs As Leona Howard Rev, R. \V Wool und the millet blown Mil by ; Il 1 ) GI
socution met Wtdnesdiy, night! wine and Mr, unit I Mrs Charles day.Mrs" II,niton with huppt birth I 'r F, r
Fch 19 in the Civil Defense Emcr Covington.
This Investment Gem! genes Opcrilions Center on Flig. There was' Ihar short. meeting i Teh of I The Altar Society 01\ ,the llolv, :
the Teen ( night -7
lir Avenue in Swart to elect of Cross (hueh held I 11. after\ the clib was open Feb '
ficcr I n Planiwere
Thursday
meeting _
Advertised recently I as a special Sold fleeted president\at Russell lint I 10 p.m. fir members and discussed: for a dessertcardparty :: -
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last week 324' if.S. No. 1 -- 500' deepon Yates of Palm C'itv: vice president their guests I : to K held at the. eminolcInn e
Donald knott Palm City and secretary April I I., Member' present
new 4 laning;! Only $4500 per foot! George While of Indian B\SkHB\ll RISUIS: were: Mrs (Iaire ifl.'r.Irs!
town A treasurer will he elected Scores of gimcs played in the I M.trie Jones Mrs "ken \\',IliamsonMn
from Jensen Belch 'tndianlown Youth t Biskclhill Katherine Hughes, M I
SOLD SOLD SOLD William B.irnclts, uperintcndcnl t League during the past week were: Katherine Clemehls, Mrs. Cilidvt;
of the State. Fire College nl Ocala Hawks. 20 Royals. l I"; l eskers 27. Price, Mrs Sylvia kansmskc amid,
I spoke on "St.lie ('D Fire-rescue Celtics. I 18; (Ccltcs 10. Hawks\ 2<. Mn Slay Dxtge

I 11and Orgmfnlion," ____The fie. ...,leading scorers c in the I II Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Snedekcr
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am- s ---'T""'.' .'e ;, ai.y, mein .' .. a .- u'iYe of Miami spent the weekendw J
This Week's Investment Gem I REAL ESTATE FOR S VIF 1-;(" uh Ihcir iiighter end on-in
1101", Mr. and Mrs. Noririul Mile
e.., hwwre' @w 'I"vt ". '., w ','Y "rwrar+ewVx" Washington' Street
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( BEING:' OFFERED TO YOU FOR TIlE ItRST TIMF-)
I Mrs Olen Tdwards celebrated
400' U.S No. 1 frontage 600' deepon her birth Ily I.ist Ttiesd. I I'ch I IK

new 4 laning Only $50.00 per foot c. B. ARBOGASTREALTOR. \ Slate Mr Road ind 710 Mrs are Robert entertaining Price, >I' IIISK( : !< \'\\IU1I" will use one mil l the iltr:lions in' (the midw, n the M mm (..i".: f i 9-14 .

29% cash dowri 5 years to pay Buy Mr mild Mrs,, Ink Piekford
one-half or all for capital gains. Cudihv. Wis Mr. Piekford i is the i I diy evening reh 211. Among' Mr' and fl'rI' I 0. \Vesl nl SiI \1I :
I EVERY TIME A
ESTABUS1IFD
192S brother ol Mrs Price
those present were Mrs lleaehs I scar' A,'rc. h 11 a i surprise visit i I
252 Osceola Avenue Stuart AT 7-0440 Mr and Mrs K. l. Tillmun and 'I husbmd Ralph, and hihy Ralph fron 'MrVisl' s hritlicr I 1111111111' FOREST FIRE STRIKES :
\ sons. Tony and Timmy formerly III,, M r md Mrs liorge I llessiiiot i M.ivo. ut t MUllle/UIII.,. I.i u its.punt '
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING ,. of Moore Haven are now rush Riviera Deaeh und an aunt and\ j week,
SOLD SOLDSOLD I
'lung at SI lime Acres. Mr. 1 ill. uncle from Willmi/ /mlic, ('nun. ;
Our Rest Buy man is cmpluveil at this U. S. j YOU GETBURNED :
Sugar Mill in Cannl Point MI' Myrtle Ruse ol St I Lucre I _
Advertised Recently I Acres lell hy plane for C.inlin
Mrs Gail: Reich was turprisid! City Mich., on learning ol Ih I e
]165 ft. ST. LUCIE CANAL
I with n birthday! dinner the nome; arrival of a i huby boy lo her d mull
400' ocean front between bridges f of her parents, Mr. and Mrs' Joe ter-In-law and! son, Mr und Mrs RENEW rout ..

Hutchinson Island Only $220.00 per FRONTAGE ,I I Sheltra. Jackson h__Avenue_ ___,___1hurs_. _John Pinkcrlon,___ __ ____ i DKIVIRSIMHSEDURING YOUR .
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front foot.SOLD. : ONLY $ .00 per front foot ONLY Real relate I'or Sale 190 I BIRTH MONTH h

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SOLD SOLD I Our Itest Buy I
REAL: ISrAlt: InltII': W)

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i RIVERFRONT HOME '.s-" ,

SPECIALSOn HOMES '
THIS WEEK'S
Florida room 20 x 20 3 bedrooms! 2 i

I I UNDI'RCROUNO SPRINKLERS KFFPS THIS YARDBEAU111'UL tile baths Living( room 15\22 Kitchen R. V. Johnson
alt A !wiling fur this fmmaciiluleimt
titV Prices Jear perfect
Island
Hutchinson 15 12 Garage Lot !90 210( Boat
I Bedroom Home with l1or""
500' x 1,000' Ocean to River $160 per ft. irohhv Rohm Uulir Right for your Bout and the. Price dock and ramp Must sec to appreciate REALTOR ;
I ONLY SIMOf< ) Mlth terms I II
200' x 1,500' Ocean front I $31,500.00.'I'crms.( ()() i FIRST FEDERAL IJLDG & ;

between bridges;! ',.' $220 per ft. Porch t 1 INSECTS TO SPOIL jour outdoor meats on this screened I
100' 1,600'( Ocean to River overlooking the River and u beautifully landscaped lot AT 7-3366 :
x three' Bedroom-* IK Built Double Carport Ixctllcnt: 1
between bridges . . $245 per ft. Home for oiity SttSOO I TRAILER LOTS ST LUC1E WA'I'EKFHONTHcatitiful :
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FORE'BW PRICES WATER OIFFRFD TO 1IIF I ISLAND AT TIIFSE IS DII1MTFI PRICES hSI.Y AVSURI BF. $11.100 MII1I $1700 TAXES buys this nice Three Bedroom I II Several In nice location --- I lard top ilc\v 3 bedroom) 2 hath, landscaped =

Completely furnished Home Corner lot Separate Hobby road Small lake 75" 110 ft. and home on the broad St. Lucie River :
Room All Ihe Bert CBS toitsfrucllnn/ Truly value Packed larger
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$37,50000 :
Priced from $660.00) each. Shown by appointment only *

SOLD SOLD SOLD LOT New 2 bedroom 2 bath split level, landscaped :

Sr k 300' Recently advertised as a Special Sold HOME AND ACREAGE Priced to sell. $26,750.00) () ()(). :
Citrus land N.W.of I
recently. 617 acres t I ......._...;....__.__.______ .
Indiantown $250 per acre. :I 101 ft. frontage on highway 2 twin size WA1HRFRONT: LOIS :

SOLD SOLD SOLD NORTH RIVER FOREST bedrooms Tile bath Extra large living Over 200 choice 'lots t to choose from. Excellent :

I I .! room Dining room Garage and location Prices from $3,490.00( ) to
Like A Private Park Plus 3 in rental
utility room acres good $7,6CJO.OO and up. Reasonable: term

SPECIAL! ON TUB ST. LUCIE area-Cottages! -Efficiencies? $23,5X( ) ( ).

THIS WEEK'S I COMMERCIAL,

LARGE HOMESITES 50 lots across from Kindred's

LIQUIDATION SALE On nhd Overlooking! the River LOTS OF ACRES Reasonable Price. Good Terms

citrus land N.'''
700 acres Excellent inGIIFLFVAITON
of Indiantown Must! sell! td liquidate cor PAVED AVENUES: ACRES-Nice I Ugh! Land $1,600.00( ) I U.S. NO. I FRONTAGE ';

poration. Offered at t orily $225.00 per acre i BEAUTIFUL TRFF.SC ACRES-Out' S.R. 76. $3,150.00( ) City Limits of Stuart Close-in :

7 ACRES- Top Road $5,600.00) ) ,
Terms.It
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Per Front Foot
I B. ARBOGAST 10 ACRES-CIose-in $5XXX( ) () ) $100.00

costs no more to get expert consultationand 300 ACRES-At $40000) Per AcreTAYLORASHLEY ACREAGE :

guidance on all real estate matters REALTOR
of prime citrus land available :
4,478
when deal with Exclusive Sales Agent acres
you
I Reasonably Priced. Long Terms :


IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE

M. P. NELSONREALTOR I See NORTH RIVER SHORES REAL ESTATEJim

NORTH RIVER FOREST JohnsonREALTOR i
RIVER RIDGE Whitehead R. V.
P.!. R. (ROVW: ) NELSON, ASSOCIATE
J2SE.OCEAVBLVD! STUART, FLORIDA Tbmt M-3566 I STUARTS LEADING:' WATERFRONT COVtMUNTTttS ASSOCLt1BSATL'RDATS :
AND SUNDAYS CALL S4W77IMO
b1EMBFR'ILITIPI.E' : USTPfG SERVICE COLORADO AVE. PIIONE AT 7-2440. '
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JOLLY FOR CANASTA SIX MET C of Stuart


Mr. Mary Alessio cmcrfiinci

the Jolly Six Canasta\ Club on

Wednesday evening Feb. 19 al t +";,
her home m Hibiscus Park. Pn/e

winners were Mrs. Theresa Fooic

and Mrs Came Ralph. Other I IY. r ,; ?y tIr IS HERE TO SERVE
players were Mrs Elsie Booth 4 I

Mrs. Margaret Pine and Mrs I 'r '+ I
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Helen Mennerich, 14.,tih, Sl / Se

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SORORITY MET
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Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Beta

Sigma Phi met Thursday evening..

Feb 20 at the home of Mrs Kathy ,r '
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Henderson North River Shores. 1
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Following the meeting refreshments '1 .. aMt I

were servedLKOAL .

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a Hin-clnl Mnnirr under .
and by virtu of the Hnul !>..
rr.. of In Knrcilnnur that certain hrtofur r"im. pending enlend AWARDS NIGHT for Air Explorer Scout Troop 444 of Stuart was held last Thursday with awards 283 local stockholders.

In ,the I"reult Court of the NlnlhJIIlhla' presented by John W. Keller, standing right Standing from left are Courtney Swigart Randy Do
'Irellil of Flnrdan/ and
fur Martin County In "h..newry. b<>- Sufano Edward Kirkhart. advisor: Churles Moody and Arthur Kelly. Seated from left Lynn Wil
Ing Chiincery t.>. No SB7, In whh'h Bums Eddie Kirkhart. Kenny Moore and George McNccse.
U W. Orrlnon a' Trimtve, !I. PI..ln.tlfl' -

(). 'Klrkham and Grant, hIN Klrkh.m wife, J,and p Htl-June 871 loans totaling
exnld. and LoulM II, Pit**era Id: huir
.. <>, T. M. Leonard. and Klorrm Nine Air Explorers Get Awards ,
Leonard. hl. wits and I. It. frierand
Huth rim, hU wife ara Ifvndnnti w-
I. aa Hprdal Mwalor In $1,600,000 have been made to
appomtrd the ,
(hHiirrrf by courtIn ,
ft-ald d cm. under and bv vlrtiia Congratulations and badges of construction ratings. Courtney Swigart received the
of tha terinn hereof will nffer fur all sorts and sizes were presented Bruce L'Hcureux was awarded aviation rating Lynn Williams was
,
and anil at Dublin
ole) outcry to
the hUhmt and bait blddaror tauliat to nine members of Air Explorer the vocational rating I Charles given the aviation, communications local people.
the Northwent of Martin front door flf In lax thaCuirlhoiina Squadron 444 by John W Keller (Butch) Moody received the avi- and weather rating and two merit
Cltv nf Htuart, Horld/ County on tha SHrd Veterans Service officer, at a meeting anon communications, weather badges He was also! promoted
r. r.r:1'I..ci. 'nn1t orloik m, between AM t and h x of the troops Thursday night icchanics, construction, naviga-- from apprentice to Gold Award
tOI: ) o'clock I'M. lax mme belnn Explorer Scouts are the highest lon, vocational and emergency rank
a IfR-al 'HM| dray and. the houra. ranking scouts with members rulings. Scheduled to attend the meeting Paid
the 'Ipfal hours or aalo the axparal $24,159.41 in
Intere.K of aald I>.l ndanta In and between fourteen and eighteen Kenneth Moore was given avi- was County Judge Evans Crary out savings
to ,that certain 1NWI.agrei.ment' *'<* TUMnHftl1 rand:, deiInlrftfohbf : lha group is interested in avid- anon weather navigation and Jr, but he was delayed by a meeting .
!:, MiR, balNa.a.truel for' thorn lion and follows in a minor way physical fitness ratings He aho of the board of directors of '" ". '. -.' '
Martin certain. premlnea founly: / IMnr Klorlila': and cloKcrilioda barn In he phases of aviation in which received nine merit budges and I Martin Memorial Hospital interest residents of the area. : : ,'
.. follows, lo-wlt: members are most interested. was promoted from apprentice to Also taking in the activities
lleiln al a point one 111) chain Receiving the apprentice awardat Silver Award the highest rank I was rSK'ir advisor .' ..' ... .
tinuth' of the lIo"lhw.ot oorni the meeting was Fred Batter in tho Air Explorers. I.for the troop
of Townahlp' llov.rnment 17 Lot.Mouth 4. Heitlon Itenae1 mun Terry DcStcfano got in avi
/ Beat: ; tlniirKant and parallel anon rating. Arthur Kelley was Drive-in windows easily
trt th* 1 Hnllth.nt 4 to lino the of water o..ldOov..rnm.nl presented> aviation, mechanics and Progress Report on Little
of the Atlantic I rhean. thennePmthenalerlv

of th.meiinilerlnif Allxnilrlraen, .,,' thewaists Dixie Child Care Center accessible to customers.
1o a point' whlrh' 0Ir 4 rhnlnaVorlh : CIRCUIT 'OURT
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of th, Kmitll ;, of Hi rtlon (Chancery.).
19. Town.hln aT Kouthrlirht
Ranee Jr P.xat: ee. maneurnd al Gino Tomasl and William Yu- The Little Dixie Child Care en. Additional toys blocks rugs
angle therolo: throra
w'eat on a Ilex pArollr' tlhI rillo co-purtncrs d/b/a Tomasi Center In the Masonic building on and heaters arc needed.
I the anA Moulh 8.etl..n Ilea i it hr In said.lh' .lIfoetl..nIII welan II and Yurillo vs. Charles Lombardo Spruce Street was 1 the meeting Among those who have assist i Night deposit window near street "
and Virginia Lomhardo. foreclosure '
rat the Indlnn/ Itlrni: IhrnrxNnrthwealarly place for the board of directors 'cd the center in organizing are:
n..II"rinor th
of mechanics lien Michael G
WUtira Of 111" Indian HIVBI' tlI ; und friends on Thursday, Feb' 20 Mrs T. M Blackwood Mrs. GH .
point- duo WM if' trm niilnt Littman ut 7 pm I and
of brKlnnlnr. : Ihfncr .Knut'. In 1 Federal National Mortgigo: Association I I. Flexncr Mrs O G Hupfcl, welllighted.A .
the ".Int' of baalnnln' axlmS' Members of the Eastern Stars
rl Tnwnahlp ATt vs lister C. Ruvsell, ct the Martin County Ministerial Assoclilion -
c'Jnith''rHaiiH': \ 4l f'n'i'aii'ii'V'. al, foreclosure MasonH, Martina Womim Club I ,
ux et mortgage ; : Rev and Mn Roy
.1 I linn Rnnea ID la Inwnatiln fiat Tn.. to f KnlKh with' OughUrson./ Scott and OugntcrsonicruKlmc and hours the of leathers work in put in many for I Samplcy. the Dorcas Circle of the
all/ ilparlan rlKhta thvrxnnlnppnrlalnlnr ( Donaldson vs. Willie preparation hirst MethodM Church, the SON
I Donaldson, uniform reciprocal; net; the,opening,Peb, 17 day Ftlix which Williams was Monday instructor optimist Club, Mrs. Nellie Nev- new service to the communityin
I MubJt to puhtlr rnnil' rlvM-nt- Philip G, Noui-se ins Mr and Mrs Tom Lord and
w aY as da,'rlbel In NurrlalN'arrnnlp I and boys from the Stuart
Marcus E Smiley, Lillian C Ain Richard
Hupfcl
liar aA, t IAAA IMrA., fllad dxbvl Januxrr: 'l"lM5T 1: Smiley John M. Smiley. Lota 1.. Training School made and piunttd time and
and r.e"rdp,1 In Unp'l nnnl furniture Many necessary items our
1PaNa nYn. Mxrtln County Smiley vs. A, P. Krueger and Mad have Ken donated Lively Arts Met temperature
Florida, pnhlli' rwnrdKaad eline Krueger judgment; T C.
I lotik Arthur P. Krieger, local director At Matthews Home
Thx .hi Inlaraxle In .nld IrualRA
afor'oAld bplnll arId to ...tlNh'I Evelyn D. Bryant vs Willie J. of the Federal Housing Authority sign.
I liA1M| x Will 13. Ilolbrook vs Hittic E. community center will be ready Friday Feb 21 at the
/I/t irAiitiy K;: Ii1'FRf1tARYnrIHIRY Holhrook, divorce Parish and in a week and that the children r home of Mrs Wallace Matthews
/ ,Nrf1t.111Y nrarY Parish. center may move In thin in North River Forest
Uy IAry/a// BMl CHARY! 1ft.Atlorneya Representatives of the schoo Morning 'til night drive-in
for I-InlnllffIM n-.qp- ........... The program' was presented by
rir.t National Rank and the churches were asked to Millie Wishen, 1 interior i decorator
I':''IWnr..wor H CARD OF THINKS publicize I I i the advantages of a placewhere from Fort Pierce, who spoke on

''II'''.-tllnrl..'vb, .J7 Fit Marth rldu t. 11, 1*, ))9 4WORLD'S Our heartfelt thanks to all who taken cure preschool of by children competent kad- "The Housi Art of Living m a Livable banking hours. 7:30: a. m. 'til .

.- extended comforting sympathy and
help in our recent sorrow For the Forty members and guests attended
beautiful service, floral offeringsand 6 m. Monday through :
p.
/ LARGESTMil other kindnesses we are deep Smolfey Saytt ..:
Mil MUlUiCI UtfUatCollj ly grateful PUBLIC HEARING ON

Mrs Beukes!.. Smith and sons, WHAT tIATPEN/ A laf! upMERf11S Inw CLOSING Of ALLEY Thursday 7:30: a. m. to 7:30:

Nsm/lel/rmut.......'1 It.: .i.rt M. Jaheeoe I Roy and JohnCARTER'S ![ INApr1Nf I' A public hearing will be held ,
--.C8IIf f AT T.atat .. I 'hy the City of Stuart at 8 p.m.
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