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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r CANDIDATES FILE This group of candidates were on hand Thomas L Crook superintendent of schools; Clyde ("ourson, tax Around four.fitilu, of a mile ol

I to tile for various county offices when qualifying opened at noon assessor, and Alvin (Andy) Andrews, tax collector. Back row, virgin ocean heal south of Si I Senate ContestAs

Tuesday Left to right, front, are Christian Kalb, candidate for left, is Mallory Johnson, county judge candidate, and William Lucie Inlet has Km !given to the Four Incumbents Not

ii II commissioner of District I; Dorothy Pierce, county clerk; Sheriff Oughterson county prosecutor Florida Audubon Society by the WilliamsonAnd

Roy C. Baker; Frank DeStefano, member of Board of Education; Hobe Sound ('<'IIlI"'Y.'

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on which thm had been negotiations Watson File
One Million
More Gallons Daily for esiiMishment of a
News on Folks From The state seashore pink
Kenneth Morrison. president of I Iwo Martin County candidates Eighteen candidates have filed for seventeen county offices in

the Florida AiuluSon Society, declared filet I for the State Senate post held Martin County since qualifying begin nt noon Tuesday.As .

RamblingReporter Water Treatment Plant to : "The whole notion will be by irlo. Bronson of Osceolu" ('oun' things iippeured at noon Wednesday, most county officials now
1"'fi the nOl.11deaJ.
I grateful for this magnificent gift. ly ire Tuesday serving will he out 'beating the woods I for votes,"
I ft is the most\ of line .It i Tallahassee.
II outstanding gift Only lour incumbent have indicated they are not candidates
I land in the SXKIUVS sixtyfouryear J c k Williamson, tlurtv.two,
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Be Increased in CapacityWater hi tory.' COUll commissioner front District (Hoard ounty Judge of Education Evans Crary Chairman Jr,;

The tract compiiscs around I 120 ) S. Indiuntown, who I is coin
Re-registering Henry kindred Mrs Zola Blukes
acres and includes 4.290() front kit pletinit, his first four-year term on Ice ;
MONEY STILL COMES supervisor of registration and
1O DM ILL) HIND Conditioning Equipment Company, Palm Beach, $54538, three wells be added to the city I of Jupiter and Islam! terms Peck's I luke I District I 4 Constable John Holt
north runs In'l1the Inlra- in 2
Mrs, Charles Hall of Rio on Corporation of Fort Lauderdale I and Delta Engineering Construction well field in the near future. coastal Wflterwiito the ocean Necessary One other office holder County -
has !been awarded the contract to Company, Dcerlield Beach I The filter contract will be paid Commissioner Jack Williamson,
Monday turned m $20 donated by The sea i island IH rich in bird
two Rio resident for the Jensen complete the second filter at Suiart's 557,4110.() ) from a $275,()XH{) ) revenue ccrtificd and wildlife, and includes some New PrecinctsThe will not he a candidate to succeed
water treatment plant, at I Black also recommended that issue 1963.
acost ( validated in himself for District 5 commissioner
Beach Rio Fund. The drive is.over of the finest vngm' / conservancyon
of 46000. --- --- I 1 Williamson will make the race
but this money will be added to the Atlantic ( oust south of
The work, to !be completed in division of Precinct 1 t.
for Mute senator in the Demo
the fund. In addition, : New The is
Casa emergency Lumber Company of Stuart 150 das, will include the addition Files Suit Against Embree? deeded Jersey to the Honda property Audubon being formerly all\ area north and east cratic primary against Irlo Bron \
of Stuart limits, into smatterprecincts
of an enlarged line feeder, and k city son
allowed $40 reduction on lumber! with the Martin
a Society County has I about
will increase the of the brought problems
purchased for a needy family on capacity Chapter of the Society !serving as tlh Two other incumbent commissioners
Mars Hill. Anyone who wishes to plant from 1,000,000 to 2,000 custodian The local group will \post I.I I. ,. Chairman Frank Wueru
contribute further please stop by] 000 gallons be daily, The plant will $300,000 in Damages the boundaries and will orgimi/e I Many voters are registered by I (District I 1)) and Jack Saumlcrson'
then more than adequate to box number and not by specific
or send the cash or checks to AI systematic patrol! (District 3)) have Indicated they
supply water to Sewalls Point and e arr address, M it hUM been imftoksib. will seek re-election
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Palmer, Palmer Variety Store on Legal description of the land although
State Road 707 Jensen Beach. Hutchinson. Island as well as Stu Is lots 1 lo II inclusive of the P'A >< for the registrar's office to correctly neither has filed Filing fur the
arr*rThe Asked CossaboomA ((1st them as to new precincts
s'rOLD by Bon Air Beach section, I ironi r District 1 commission seal held
FAIR PROGRAM successful bid was t the Peck's toke to the north line of In nn attempt to chair up this by Wacha Is Christian Kulh it
lowest of five submitted, and its
situation, Mrs Lola Olakesh., )onsets Beach,
the Gomez Grant It is shown in
BROUGIIT 10 NEWSNow
acceptance was recommended bv suit for $300,000 has been The suit; states Cossaboom was supervisor, announced that a dspt' -
Plat Book I I. page! 80, of the Mar Wacha, an accountant with of-
that we're about to have Charles A. Black the city's con- filed in Martin Circuit Court by standing in front of his auto that tin County Ha, records The ty registrar will :bo; nt Rio CivicCenter fices la Stuart, and SaunderwMV ,I
the 1V64\/ Martin County Fair sulting engineer. The other bids Norris Cossaboom of Stuart from 9,10 am. to noon '
big, was parked and beaded west, on property is bisected by a beautiful ; Port Salerno service station sla't'ator -
Mrs. Mary.; Hortmin thought .It were: Suing Company CambrW, /nc, Or- against Harry Ji.rnbret of Jensen Drive, Jensen Death mangrove-lined creek,; and 1 covers. : on Monday March 9 to correctly will.be seeking second terms .
timely to bring by .an official r- lands )41\.4'/Oj; Con- Beach, fop Injuries j suffered in an h'nlehis auto was struck: front i I up to 2,000) feel in dcnib. from the km list voters in new Precinct IS. on the commisaon.'Iwo .
of the second annual Stuart struction Company Orlando auto accjJcnt Oct. 27, 1963. the the at..i+J+i $! I
gram $49,700 \Vakeniatt7Conbtruction rear by Embree auto, waterway to the beach The deputy registrar will be at vacancies are to be filledon
fair, held Feb. 19, 20 and 21, ; \ The plaintiff slates m his suit knocking it into him. Hundred of yean ago/ this area JACK WILLIAMSON Ihu Presbyterian Church at the the Board of Public Instruction

1923. The fair was under the auspices that he was "permanently injuredand Attorneys for Cossaboom are was a large settlement and camping the board, filed as s Democrat for same hours on Tuesday, March Frank DeStefano owner ofFrank's
of Stuart Chamber of Commerce disabled as a result of the accident Oughtervon, Scott and Oughkrson, center far Florida Indians. Between Thirty-third Senatorial District office 'JO, to correctly list voter in new TV and Appliances, Stuart I
Stuart Woman's Club and Training BarnPermit 10 as to suffer loss of earn- Stuart, and Sams Anderson, Al- the sea and the Indian kisser Precinct 2, comprised of SunllCtP.o.talJiL has filed for inird term on
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Palm City Woman's Club. A daily ings and earning capacity" I per and Spencer, of Miami. are some of the finest examplesof fvnnnt Park.' NnrtNumerous I the board. Joseph ;. Grecnles. cur.
balloon ascension was the big"puller" GrantedIn early Indian mounds, made by I The senatorial district comprises Rj'.r-Shr i"and adjacent area; rently a member of the, Martin
for the fair. That before Martin, Okeechobee and Osceola
was (the piling of shells. Some
up oyster Or voters of either area can County Planning and Zoning Com.
Stuart had its slogan counties and was the result of redistricting -
adopted Two Total $1294.600 of the mounds exceed fourteen
come to the registrar's offlc.ln the mission, has filed for the seat held
"Sailfish Capital 0 f theWorld" West County feet in height and are mute testimony in I!%3. courthouse annex In event of slip- by Kindred. -,
and two slogans mention to the Indian life of the James B. Watson' Sr. filed as a qualified former Precinct 1 As
upi expected, Thomas L, Crook
ed in the fair were the of ,
face
program wriod Republican to winner
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voters can'vote at communitycenter
"Where Winter i Spends Its Sum* s'Si M Corporation of Indian- Large Land Sales In 1696, it was probably the the Dcmocraiic primary in the Jensen Beach. superintendent for third of schools, has fled
mer" and "Where Rails and Rivers town was i issued a $49.000 build spot at which Jonathan Dickinson November general' election He Is a term.

Meet." ing permit for a 7,826 square foot (Continued on Page 2-A) unopposed as a Republican candidate So far, two candidates have fileJ -
to horse barn by the Martin County for county judge: Attorney Eton .

RWDOIPII C. tLRNON building inspector Monday. Placed Record Williamson Is a past presidentof Owens GratefulFor Schwarz: and Attorney Mal
on Johnson.
IS ON HONOR ROLL The barn will be built on land Three Elected Martin County Cattlemen's Association ory Attorney Though Dean Toolter not filed hasformally
adjoining the St. Lucie Park train a director of the lint Nomination Bounty
C. Fernon of Hobe announced that he will
Sound Randolph an upperclassman at Stetson ing track, sold recently by Susan Royal American Industries, Inc. wife, for a price indicated at $W1000. ,- To Sewalls Point Hank of Indiantown, member of be a candidate for the county
University DeLand, was Phipps Cochran, sister of Michael of Palm Beach Counts, recently This land lies along Martin Martin County Farm Bureau a No judge office.
G. Phipps, who owns the park. I Baptist and a 32nd degree Ma- OppositionWhen
purchased two largo tracts of cat. County Road from five to seven
students 01the
fifteen On hand file
among Plans of the new barn show son. Ho is a partner In the W. W to Tuesday was
lie land Martin courthouse miles west of the Sunshine Stale Town
in County BoardTwo
announced dean'elist
most recently Sheriff C. who
Roy Baker is seeking -
lumber Co. and has been active
horse stalls living
thirty-seven plus -
records disclose! Parkway and three miles to the the clock hand said 1 12 lit
who nude all A's in the fall in the cattle business all his life. a fourth term. Baker has served
semester. He is on the achool's quarters.As One parcel 0 f approximately south. Tallahassee on Tuesday noon as sheriff since 1953. Prior to
I stated in The Stuart News Incumbents soul' a former lie is a graduate of Okeccho- William Eo' Owens
honor roll 8,000 acres was bought from Harry Representative that time ha served the Stuart
on
three weeks ago, a charter for a commissioner gained three vacant bee High School, attended Miami
Osman, and of Martin County was a happy
trBIo individually as police force and
I horse facility wa Military Academy, and Is a graduate as a military po-
training grant. trustee, and Rose Osman, his wife Jensen Church seats on the Sewalls Point Town man Ho filed fur re-election two (iceman.
AURCT1 19111Be Adams florida's secretary of a price$793,600. The by stamps lies as Ninety of ninety-three registered doldy Business College, Wilmington the deadline ago for else to Attorney William A. Oughtcr-
anyone
state. being property Del, He is married to the son, county prosecutor, was also
Purchased for voters went to the polls to re-elect
careful not to cut yourself about five miles east md southeastof file.
hand when
former Faye Abney of Okeecho- on qualifying began
incumbents
H. C. Patterson, 78
before March 19 That'sthe Indiantown in thi old
Thursday Jupiter "I cannot appreciation
bee and they have three daughters. express my Tuesday Attorney Oughterson I is
voles and E. C. Wareheim, 71
date of Martin County BloodBank's Hobe Sound Scout Line Road area. SumThe enough !to the citizen of seeking second
$$18,000 votes, and former commissioner Watson, sixty-nine, a resident of a term as county
next drive to be held at The other ,parcel, ar for allowing me to .
approximately rank Kotze. 77 votes, The unsuccessful Martin County since 1932 has nominate prosecutor
Stuart Woman's Club from 10 Troop to Receive i
3.KOO acres, was purchased from candidates Gene been in the lumbering and forestry be without oppositionto Mrs. Dorothy Pierce, who has
were
a.m. to 6 pm. Save lour blood Charter March 11 Arthur I I. Murray, individually and old Jensen Beach Community 'oin, 16; Jack Essam, 8, and business at Uniontown, Pa.. my second term" in the Houseof served. county clerk since 19.50.will ,
asked until then, the bank sponsors as trustee, and Evelyn Murray, his Church was purchased recentlyby -d W Lawrence t I. for the past fifty-one years Representatives he said Tuesday seek another term. She filed

Boy Scout Troop 171 of Hohe Southside Christian Church Holdover commissioners are J. He I Is president of the Republican afternoon. Tuesday shortly after the noontime -
will
T:1 Sound through its sponsor Hohe Inc. of Fort Pierce, for a A. Merquelin mayor, and John Club of Martin County and I guarantee that I certainly group.Alvm .
SON OF JENSEN'S: Sound Chamber of Commerce; ,,11 rs. McCullough/ indicated by stamps as being price i Dickinson, vice mayor a member of the State Republican continue my el forts to representall (Andy) Andrews, Incum-
FOUNDER WRIILS will accept its charter from the Heads TB Group $18000. the old commission will meet committee of Martin County in a manner bent tax collector has filed for
Palm Beach District Scouts which will reflect credit on his first full term in office. Anrews .
Boy for the last
Our historical edition, which The historic building has been time on Wednesday!
contained an entire section on the of America next I Wednesday, Mrs Mane McCullough of Stuart little used since the new churchon March II. The reorgamationmeeting everyone." Again I my sincere was elected in 1962 to fill

history of Jensen Beach, was of March II. "Charter Presentationand was re-elected president 0 f Skyline Drive opened towardsthe will be held on Tuesday, Scott Kelly to thanks the unexpired term of the lateL.

interest to Meredith St. Awards Night" c ceremonies the Martin County Tuberculosisand end of 1962. The sanctuary of March 17. Be here Tuesday C Kickliter.A. .
Particular of Chicago. His father are !scheduled, to begin at 7 p.m. Health Association at a meet the new church is yet to be built, H. W Newsome town mana- FOUR (lltRGtl) WITH C (Clyde) Courson has filed -
at Hobe Sound Community Center the courthouse services, held in is at the Town Hall At Courthouse I SIGNS for another term as tax assessor !
John L Jensen, was the founderof ing Tusday night at being at present ger every Dt.SIKOtLNG ,
Jensen Beach. He wrote The Mrs Sam Thayer was reelected the Fellowship! Hall. A Sunday Wednesday from 9 a.m. till noon Courson has served in that
Indian
Stuart News about his special Interest vice president Mrs. Lillian !school building is also completeat to transact town business! At oth- Mat Senator Scott Kelly of Four young men from office continuously. since 1932.A .
Lakeland f. candidate in this I town have been charged with destroying two-way race is shaping
a
t in the edition and we, in ISLAND SHOW Dasson was elected secretary-treas the new site.'ULlJ"1 er nines he may be contacted at up
his home yearrolce for governor in the county property for the Democratic nominationfor
turn, have written to him asking The Jupiter Island Garden Club urer. Jcmocratic: primary, will visit! Wayne Hill, twenty-five, Larry office of supervisor of regiv

for more detailed: information flower show will !be held Tuesday, The group heard a report from : R. MDI Martin County on Tuesday morning I Long, nineteen, Dave Masters, tration. John W, Keller, former
about his father's pioneer efforts. March 10, at Christ Memorial the !scholarship committee. Mrs. SPEAKS THURSDAY (''OI1ISMONIn"! 1 Y14L1DAY March 10. wenty-six, and an unidentified county building inspector, and currently -

Chapel Parish House The shows McCullough gave a report on the William R, Kidd executive officer MARCH 10'I He will arrive at Jensen' Beachat teen-ager, are charged with destroying veteran service officer, filed -

I Tale open to the public with no admission state board meeting she recently of the Internal' 1 ImprovementFund Ihe regular meeting of the 9 a.m., and he at Martin County :: three county: signs Tuesday Filing Wednesday was
Twisting charge. Sections include attended at Orlando. Plans were Tallahassee, will. address Martin County Commission will courthouse: In !Stuart at 930: a.m. The four were jailed by Deputy >frs, Isabel Evans, deputy county -

I I "Art Treasures" and "Davs of also made for the annual county Martin County Taxpayer's Association be held Tuesday, March If at 9:30: Kelly I I has been prominently) Sheriffs Floyd McAllister and clerk for the past eight years.
I By JACK JAMES Lorg Ago on the Island." Mrs. J, meeting to be held April 16 at the : at Stuart Woman's Clubat a./I i in the commission, chambersat mentioned, recently as a "dark frank Prevatt Iriday Bond was She will resign her present posiUmparslurt -

TUB rMM Cow aor" Burton Ayers is general chairman. courthouse! 8 pm? Thursday, March 5. he courthouse. torso" candidate.: set at $250. tlon to seek the Democratic nom-

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with half-cocked the extra and money buy'anything you will find new Ambler Named Chairman of GroupTo Exhibits and Attractions s h id-----; I Last W..k'. Weather

in your pay en- reme'tue Hiea' Low s atnrallr.b

velope through Push Beautifying of Highway rib: 'at 1 : : : as 4e : g gr.b.

the income tax Martin County Fair Opens on Monday) is _, 11 Ii .u0Msr.'i
cut until you It ., as ,00
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have paid the A Highway Beautification Com I I ning committee chairman.. MarchStarch I IS .00
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increase i in the mittee was formed Friday at ameeting I Only eleven of more than thirtyorganizations in their >a> ,. II I' .e0AvererS
cost of living the community I invited to attend The Martin County Fair wills) exhibits of missiles! by the Navy, I( Other attractions will be a dog' who wish to begin putting fur waaki ttTIOK8
dFi March 14 at 1 1:30: exhibits. The gate on the went side
for I believe room of the National Bank were represented at the meeting. open officially at 1:15: pm. Monday exhibits by the Forestry Service, I show Saturday, I will be A''
time will tell of Stuart. I I Ambler emphasized that immediate March, 9, with a ribbon cut the Junior Conservation Club the p.m. followed by a rodeo directedby of the agricultural building. VZdB''UI Klrt Water Low Wall
ting and choir directed State Board of Conservation' an Jack James featuring a number open into the fairgrounds.The lit PM. A.M. PH.
that the same William E. Ambler city superintendent steps were necessary towards ceremony a I
will be betweenthe ... cam InnStar
fair beer I oat sine: :
lOCket will bold what's left justas of parks, was named the beautification of U. S. by Mrs. Marvin Keller providing outdoor camping scene featuring of Palm Beach County entflef.l.nJ open. I 'a' : ,
( Clubs' hours of 1 to 11 I p m Mon.day ::1: 1 1:1: l'\\
hi Home' Demonstration :::
chairman: Jack Bonert, vice chairman 1 I. so that action might be taken music.Amon. camping, equipment sold by a localexhibitor M.e.I 14 I
it did before. This thing is the ; Charles Schad, treasurer II before the median strip arc the attractions I at thefair chicken, turkey and duck the National Secretaries Association through Saturday, March 9-14 Mar.Mar.: : ::: !:II I:it I If 10:4/a:: |<

tulfillment of a politician's promisethat Mrs. L B. Tracy secretary; Ray completed. this year will be three new eggs hatching Appaloosa horses will maintain food centers. Exhibit space has been bUild.completely Mar. 10 ". ..f f ill: tilt IMSavail :
where did it and free I This week the buildings will be sold out in the main M..r. 11 II ::1 l 1:01: :
aot-but goySee unusual and
we Friel, finance committee chairman Notice of a further meeting will ride on the midway an quarter horses two
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\ : you in church Sunday.) and Ml. John Huuey, plaA.I be i issued shortly exhibit by the Auduboo Society: act*. open until 10 p.m. for exhibitors ( *


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THIS I FULL SCALE: mock-up. of I the I S Navy intermediate range fleet ballistic missile was ohlainei I trough;/ tin ,.operation! ,II' the Navy recruiting service In wrI
missile A-1' Polaris will be 'in displm u the Marlin ( ounty Fair March 9-14 The ton fierce
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I Permits Are 40 Per cent George Oliver Receives Sea Island MORE: ABOUT ". t'. 'ti


UD for First Two Months I Farm Conservation AwardGeorge I i

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Building In the unincorporated twenty-nine permits totaling $64 : Oliver manager of dropped since it allegedly jeopardic i

pan of Martin County and the 825; the two-month figure!! last I bury' I arms, along the the over-all Martin water- A Sanctuary
( Iof Stuart showed an increase year wan cighten permits totaling Road received the Florida. we\t'l control plan, invites double taxa. :
_. of nearly 40 per cent during the $67,925 ers Association award lor lion on the !same land and imposes A WISH COMES: : FRUF...-The five sons of Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Bouse ol Stuart were happy young
first two months of 1964 compared The county building inspector : servation Farming and hc'ncfillors' maintenance I (Continued from Page:' I.A) stern Friday when the new House baby six-months-old Patricia, arrived by way ot Martin Circuit Court.

with the same period of issued seventy-five pirinns during Accomplishments, lit the wulcr con j control costs I plan he over-all will include foCI. the wulcr and his party were swept ashore Pairicm joins Tommy fifteen. Bobby twelve, Mike nine.. Domdd. eight and Johnny five The (dmil\
t I9fiNo February for a $;96.1( I 180 total 1 ho Irol meeting, Indianlown. <<.i Tib ley Barber area formerly by the storm encountered on their had hoped a long lime for a girl and finally decided to adopt one )just in case Boise is a teacher. ot
permits were reported for two-month county total was tftJ9X)3 ,. 'I 28 | by PI %,(>. Supporters of the Bdr'l! voyage from Jamaica mathematics, at the Martin. County Junior High School. Mrs Bouse I is well pretty busy these
the period from Sewalls. Point or .{)() for 129 permits, comparedwith I Carl Sanor president pf the all JTD approach to M.irtm ('. delphia m :the ino"f : days.
Jupiter Island $JXO.18 for 130 permit a First' Bank of Indianlown, and a ty's water-control will make an mation; ." In a diary that recount !
The City of Slunrt Issued fifteen year ago supervisor of the Martin Soil Con orgam/cd effort to speed up Mar. ed the incredible hardships and ---
permits during 'February of City and county totals combined scrvalion District. nmde the prcs tin'"s walcT-control planning and experienccof this hardy hand the legal has been
this year for a total: of $28,975 to show: February, 1964, ninety permit relation. The Ilonda Banker As- constructionDtMKRri: Jonathan Dickinson became' a I conveyance Historical Pageant Feature
bring the two-month._ figure!!! to_ totaling $ }!.I"; January lociation has been making similar best-selling author of his diy, and completed, according to Mrs For
awards to outstanding Soil Con the document titled Gods Protecting rest.'The
SNNIe1'ESh1USl : :!
M District for nation generally and the Association Meet
nervation : co-operators 1 II": SERVED IIV Providence" created interest Baptist
several yearsWinners and excitement both in America whole state of Florida, aid Mrs

= FRANCES< lANGFCRD'SRESTAURANT; ) of the bankers awardsare TWO JUDGF deferred mfRU.SI'reviouly and in Furope. this Fewest generous, "should gift. 1 be he grateful Florida Au.for The quarterly mass meeting of I[ tend, and the nur'iCrieI ill he
selected by Soil Conservation scnlcnccvadded A total 000-acre area including '' open.
Union Department
District' supervisors after reviewing to the. jail terms of two men purls of the nmmlund as well duhon Society is as excited and the Training
convicted in (ourt pleased. are we in Martin County of the Indian Rivet Baptist Association -
the Municipal by
recorded
accomplishmentsof as Jupiter Island, was granted bySpain Mrs Walter Moore has return-
-rRIGGEROU district cooperator Accomplishments Judge Harry F Dyer Tuesday to Fuschio: Gomez in 18I5. To obtain a tract of this size will be held Monday ed home from Lantana where! she
include the planningand William Smith of Stuart drewa and appears on maps today as the and richness! and including is nearlya March 9, at the First Baptist visited relatives and friends
mile of
: i application of soil water, recreational thirty-day term for public intoxication I Gomez Cirant Ownership changed -I ocean-frontage truly Church in Fort Pierce beginningat
and wildlife practices plus a similar term on over the years, until in 1892 a ly historic indebted event to the and directors we are deep.and 7:30 p.m. The Continental dollars of 1776

LUNCHES Monday thru Friday 12 1IL 2 P.M. At. two recent water-control a previous chariic. it was purchased by an Fnglish stockholders of the Hobe Sound The program will include a fea' were the. first dollars. I Issued in the
: meetings, many Martin County William Earl Price, Port Salerno land investment company Company." ture on the new plans for adult new United States They were not
: DINNERS 7 Days a Week 5 TO 10 P.M. landowners unanimously voted ton had a fifteen-day .term doubled In 1911 it "'purchased by wonderland work led by Frank Derrick of authorized and very little. Is knownof
adopt exiting lt overall MartinCounty : after conviction on a second term Joseph V. Reed with the avow of The hirdlifo area of is a all virgin kinds and here Fort Pierce. A film strip entitled their minting. The coins, were
:: For Reservations Phone 287-4040 Walcr-Oonlrol Plan l involving i of driving with Improper mufflers. ed purpose of retaining much of the wildlife and plant life will be "Commit Thou to Faithful Men" struck In silver brass and pew
the Hood Control District Fines were paid on sixteen traffic the land m its virgin state, and will be shown. ter. probably in Birmingham. [ng-
under local, state and
and the Corps of Fngmecrs. Meetings charges and one charge of developing balance: into a protected tho
of
land
Where The Stars Meet were well-attended at Stuurl shoplifting: nine bonds were entreated tiful re..idcnlllli and recreation. national laws I and regulations will The be highlight the presentation of Program --
on Feb. 6 and Indiuntown on Fen on four traffic violations free of hotels and heaU-1 Florida wading birds, eagles, and "I ndian River Heritage," 1..:(. u. AI Its *:"'I'I in the tall and eant
pines
28 The proposed Public Law 566 two charges of affray and houses, crowded subdivisions ospreys' nest .
single catalog of Florida written and directed by Mabel M \,1'1'11I. <>!' r\Tt':\ 1'111\14l
the
plan for the Barley Barber Swamp i charges shoplifting, public intoxication commercial enterprises At complete tho history of '144,1: "'1'.:" H'I'l'I'IUIMnK' : ,
Perkins featuring
tT9 f ; Watershed Project I 1 has been : and disturbing :the 'peace: time there were only I thirteen I' acres and migratory home. birds call these the Indian River Baptist Dela NIII,|rian. l,..d hrri-hy under aiten iii.. pi lhriund.'i "mix' !.,.I i if ",.'
and ten cases were continued, six homes and the delightful Island (i'IinInor| 201M Lnn nr Fa"iI I I i I '
traffic cases and single cases of Inn on the vast property Strict tion.The ,h,4. of I'm, win i rnatxur: niih:, ,;ui ,:,.:; I
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MORE ABOUT pageant is given in keep. i f'Io"'k I nr the (f'II"'IIlt < nun li .I
and February 1964, 158 permits indecent his faith with this i
open profanity exposure zoning kept fnt Martin' rviinty' Florid' ut'ni'.'
ATION for $901.810: January and Febru I disturbing the peace and public intoxication earlv ideal and today Jupiter Island ing with the Baptist Jubilee year I rrrelpt:" if pmnl,: .,of i puhll: .itl..a 1, :: .,
PIA r Filed being observed throughout I this nollir., ill ri lillmi' n' "
1 IpFNLAWN ary 1963 $648.251. .. is a fabulouhhowr1aee of Eighteen \In iohor
OAFS this
N ow r -- ----- --- and livIng I nation year wllSrKF.III.ns\ I\IVTIVI: -i'i
Iv tropical beauty gracious ,
Ra1m 1 ? JIIIIIIMIIMIHIIIIMIIIIIHIIilllHIMHIimlllllllllllllllllltUU' / / / I* ,hinv ,,,
IJLIIIIIIIMIimtnUJIII the Bee"tM wnqilifentennial TfJidilf ltn> I I'ttn11 tilBiiKr
Our piaing fnnAI/iimWr m Its residents intend to con For Office Here the. U. S. *, hnrhig im prtiirtpitl pl.. ,,,,.
K ylr. tdellr d 1t't I I tinue it that way. I I t".ll1p", III tydnrt ltnriinti
,
r pmt raa pm. rrdr, Ix SEYMOUR'S INN j This is the luck crouml and heritage The pageant has a large cast :IrHlil Ma; IMIIM Ihnt<'.the I In Iinuerlii!:['! II'i I. ; I
;' of the land being deeded to (Continued from Page 1 1-A) including descendants of some of -"lof Kin.Ji'nwn llonrh. I Ida I' i".
/ also has original ml 1 lli.l Hum 8"0 not '
; the earl leaden It I
gun I The Home Good Food & Mixed Drinks i ii the Auduhon Society I'! i'r'oii. lnt.rpniKil, in unlri buxln
of/ Mrs Joseph' V Reed presidentof ination for supervisor of registration mud lo supplement' the liI'I\:1.1.I i' M..'kBltH< *

i the Hohe Sound Company and scenes. Everyone is invited t to.-at.1..r-uh'-.-' Munh! ---ft. 19..-It. -. Jtl--, I l'!lti4-
Iong! -time resident of Jupiter Island Mrs Gladys Almegord. Palm --- ----
I | SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY | arranged the gift to the Au. City housewife, has filed for supervisor .
r.. 1 duhon Society, working closely of registration on the Republican
0N | | with Mrs Wilbur Forrest of Port ticket, and! Is the only Re. I tu r 1 One Showing NiCely 7:40

:i: 3 PIECE ORCIIrSIRA SAIURIMY NIGHTS = Sewall. Mrs Forrest is vice president publican to file for a county of. '."': Bon Office Opens. 6:30:
of the Martin County Chapter lice !so far. ,
2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN: BFACII CAUSEWAY: s
and a vice president ont director il In the office of constable District .
:111111111111111111111111111I11111111I1111111111111I111111 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItl./ : of the State I 2, incumbent Ralph Ward I .- -- -
The property is being transferred told The News by telephone Wed. :
by fee simple deed and ncsday he would he a candidatefor I Friday, Saturday, Sunday
the only restrictions concern that another term. I
Charming Homes -A Superb Location. the tract he kept in its virgin condition On the ticket for justice of the '
bird and wildlife refuge, I
as a peace. District 2, wilt be Harvey
and shall he used for the conservation Piley. Stuart service station operator GREATEST ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE IN A THOUSAND V,
of wildlife. plants, 'soil and and his employe, John Wethington. '
water. SAMUEL BRONSTON *.,..!.
In making the gift' Mrs. Reed Incumbent Constable John Holt ECHARLTON SOPHIA
!!said "We on Jupiter Island, and District 4, reported telephone
Bahama Terrace in the Hobe Sound Company, have Wednesday morning iet will not flESTONlJklOREN
M always believed that. Florida land be a candidate for re-election.
and development should preservethe Justice of the Peace W. C Cav-
natural. beauties and values, of eny, District 4, reported today he
our fabulous area. We have fol. will be a candidate for re-election.
...... ..-- -, lowed that policy in all our own Caveny has served twenty years in J
Jupiter' I fnht ;, and establishment the office of justice of the peace.
:: t I sanctuary t is intended SOPEI TECHNIRAMATECHNICOLOR'
Nw to protect for all lime a substantial Pakistanis rink only I behind -
AE :glr f THIN
stretch. of virgin Florida English in tea drinking the aver
Ja .. and beach front. We
I waterway age Pakistani drinks twentyonecups aS4&LBRXIONIPR000CHam.rDiFflfIUM! IAODUpiONrwMNUmamntry $
know the Audubon Society will a wc-ek.. The average Britonat !
guard the area with the i a m e twenty-six cups is the biggest
Ideals and interests we have had" consumer in the world.
Plans for ceremonies covering
the official transfer of title will Cyrano de Bergerac, Rostand's
w- be announced at a later date but hero, was a real personGOURMET I fJi ?,, Box Office Opens 6:30:
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rw: ,' Ls I Shotgun Death tiffleboarJers/ T11F sriMRT (fnorMal! VHVSIhur
dity.hinh 5 1964 J-A
Had Card Party

Held Accident Thr Stuart Shuffleboard Club k VanLuven was' the ,r'hbaj&echampion. &
held .1 i eaid p.lrt10 the club room I and J o..C'\II1.IO: won
A Muurt i roan II ,11..1. \ .1,.1Ii ,I "en FI...1.1Peb 2H, when lift) al I the euchre table
thv -hi when IK v> .1" ,,,,, III", I """ 11plued\ bridge, pinochle Winners of me .iuI'1'i "ti/c. \I"e.
a ) a N oii\ \ < I_' Via", ,hut";, n" mil, ,'Ih"r11111I1.( I Mrs W Sheldon Mr,' I Hour
1 r? \h.lmel11111, ihncd ,'i 1 I'IIICere won by Mrs. Mllison Mrs, L. Thomas \trs K V in
.; rS x r 'II t act t Asiiuii and I 1 111111 \ and Mrs Vanl.uven : 1 liven, Mrs B Hill.,in I Newman
I IC nuns I 1 i\vounels i III 11 t.'rd1\ ni,,/ anal Mrs, I Pews,
lor bridge; by Mrs R. Hoover i,
\cxonling t tMurux to a I ,nit s i"I'"rt,I Refreshments. \ ,' send I I hv
Mrs I Howe. Mrs R. (Cowan
and hi ,
III" Rosa
olio I the committee in chiru. Mis H
the hone ol IK Mrs II. liaise, Mrs B. j
h II lintel Mixt Hillary Moore, Mrs, I I. Trout! Miss, .h.
t icsar, and hush,in l>re'\I\I1.I1\11'i .mil. Mrs M I ucas .for pinochle: Green and Mr0( I'utluscn
liens ---
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I (the "litlNe'.ii 1'1.1 I shotgun/ w'ih
ANNOUNC&N 1ENT __
ii hair trl"erI"is wxked( whi iA Ea1FIIRI ----- nlVitli

J the lose way brought to the,it'lion n."; i Joor.a ciosii the !gun On AI MI The Purchase of/ Any !

went oft, hitiiii|! Murm
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: t.t Y: Deputy Assistant Death Sheri was StileAnorney mini I lee,accidental Wall Phillip. ,mil bv M GENERAL (:) tlECTRIC DRYER \!

l' Nourse YOU NOW RKFMF
' --- A coroners mr> Balled bloi E:-W.tY' SI'OR"- e w A FREE CAFE' BLANKETBY
IIOBVRF D. PFLJIAM: acting grand master:l the ::nd Lodge 1 deputy grand master, Susan t oulter worthy advisoi. ot Rainbow oner Harvel'ili\ oiled i | deaths is lime .mil! lemivniiun sign at
I F&AM of Florida, explains the Cornerstone at NIC US to loll to Assembly No. 92: hnstian Kalb worshipful m, stei ot, Aca due to unknown ,.,1111>4:5. The jury Bank! ul 1 Stuart I the '\\'..llherrel'lrl. rtrriKtii.':
right, Mrs Birdie Robert!). worthy matron of Unity Chapter cia Lodge anJ Charles Sipos, muster counselor. Acacia I hapter. will ing be by recalled\\' utt mil in i ,jht of the nil | a n il the forthcoming (ins WIN OR DOUBLE BH S)
Order of the Eastern Star; Judge Evans Crary Jr., past district Order of DcMolay. > Noiirso :Martin (ininly I(1I1r are ,also __
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Masons in Impressive Construction Rites ('I IT ('O\I\II"IUN: lair opens( Monday. March I 9 KRAUSS CRANE INC.
aid runs teir ,i week I the lemperatuie ,
The nest! I R alt'. '
Stuart ( it> I i assent meeting mil ,he when the' reached N8 degrees! HICIRICU, and Ml.IIANICAI.: CONIRVCTOR.S90S I
Cornerstone i picture wasnapH.d:
New |
of High School PlacedRight held March at 9 (ai itv s I II o n Moiuld I r", elll \h a', II SH mutesan Smith Dixie lllh| \\a>. Stuart ,VI I' 7-1227
I ---- tpi'ng I.lii i iii l behind
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Worshipful! Hobarl D 1 School during!! color I ul ceremonies. representatives of slate, county and Martin County Board ol ('ommis- I -lJ _._ _______._.___u_ _
Pclhiink grand senior warden and I Saturday afternoon.He city government Martin County sioncrs; Ray Cooke. mayor of Stu-
acting grand worshipful mater ol 1 was assisted in the post School Board the school (acuity, Y I I'G
art and Henry d Kindred chairman
the Grand Lodge F&AM of Florida '
construction rites by an estimated and the general public witnessedthe
officially laid the cornerstone 2K( ) Masons, Eastern Stars Dc- impressive rites in the school of the county) school l hoard
of the new Martin County_ High Molavs and Rainbow Curls as courtyard Richard E. Pryor of the firm
---- ---- ------ ---- Judge Evans Crary Jr.. past district of Armstrong-Pnor anJ Associates
deputy grand master gave architects for the new school
LET the oration and Christian Kalb plant acted as grand architect in
worshipful master of Acacia Lodge Saturday rites
I also took part in the ceremonies. Among the articles sealed be- SPECIAL '
1 I Other speakers included State neath the corner stone was .< copy I
Representative William E. Owens; of the fiftieth anniversary edition '
I Frank Wacha chairman of the of the Stuart News. CLEARANCE I
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Ag Building Opens SundayFor


Arts, Crafts Exhibits

BOB'SBE I M I The agricultural] building will be I Ii and needlework are added divisions
open from 1-1 pm Sunday. March thin year

i 8 to receive items to be exhibited residents These exhibits ind winter are open VIltorto to all I : N E L, fSJ 'Et '
in the arts and crafts exhibits lor Martin County ITtI1TtFFR 0 ] RI t .

YOUR ONE STOP STORE FOR the Martin County Fair. For those persons entering the
In the ceramics division two horticulture display pot spec) WASHER BONANZA
entries in each category free form men may he brought to the fairgrounds -
DELICATESSEN PACKAGE and mold will be accepted In oth Sunday). and cut flowers
j er divi.ionentries are limited to Monday morning according to FILTER-FLO

i STORE & FINEST FOODS I two_ per _person. Culinary: baking' Mrs Jack Kuhn chairman AUTOMATIC


j IMPORTED GERMAN I Holy Name Society Will lERD DEGREE '


AND I Meet Thursday, March 5
ITALIANCHEESE -
DOMESTIC 11.lh. ('11\\..
I the Holy Name Society ol Si | 12 The gout .is IUK)0( ) new members
Joseph Catholic Church will hold in the Diocese of Miami
& KOSHER its regular monthly meeting on Ray DcWiigoncne is chairman. lJa1 ) %tttidtlemP. <
Thursday March Suit the !Mhoulmeellng of the membership drive COlllr..1 \
MEATSSANDVICI room ut 745: pm All
KR men of the parish are invited. infill I I ttiumsiupIS I I 2 loud Sloe
After recitation of the Holy SPONSORING: A I j Control
IES Braunschw er Rosary the meeting will open with AGIILTII SUPPER I

AND German StyleBULK I a Rev.talk Father by the McKeown guest speaker pastor the of David. Chamber, president of 'it I I ., I 5 Y'II'Warrauly
Take Out Burger St. Helen's Church Vero Beach. the Youth I ellowship of the Hohe r I
,
Father McKeown it a former pastor Sound Presbyterian Church his
German Salami of St Joseph Parish Refreshments announced that the fellowship will
Cheddar Old Sharp Capacola) will be served after the sponsor a spaghetti supper for Ihe
meeting. purpose nf raising money for theFellowship
Midgets Cheddars Proscuittini Sunday, March 8 it Holy Name treasury
\Vine Cheddar Genoa Salami Sunday and all men ol the parishare The supper will be held' on
invited to receive Holy Communion Monday night March 9 ul 6
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Bel Paese Imported Italian Sausage with the Hob Name Society at the social hall of the NOW
Bleu, Imported< at the 7 a,m. Mass' It is also Sound Preh)lenan Church. Abla/ W" SUaI
: Pepperoni} the start of the membership drive tcrtainmcnt has been planned I 'I 18 302NOW
Bleu, Domestic & Stromboli which will continue until April I owing the supper. rn'l
Imported Kosher Hot Dog goon Frce/cr '" ONLY As Low As
.
I Slide Out Shelve
Camembert Kosher Salami Two DIM* $$2.50 18787 ,
Goudas, Imported Kosher Smoked STUFFFOR i i iI 47 weekly
Grated Parmesan Tongue As Low As 2 3 7

Gruyere, Imported Kosher Corned SALE
Liederkranz Beef I I $$3.00 weekly WI Trade COMPLETE LINEAUTOMATIC

Longhorns Peppered Beef : w.

Mozarclla Muenster Knockwurst Pastrami I 65 Feet Triangle On U.S. 1 $$1,500 : lNER .t@ ,CECTRlC WASHERS

N.Y. StateParmesan Six Foot Ice Cream Box $$100

Import. Carbonizer For Fountain $$225 RANGE SALE ENERA.r- ; JI :( .> tBrc;
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Port ed,Salut Danish, Import PIZZA I I I Home Site Facing Lake. $$1,200 ?- 30" Range ; g j

('1111"" Bum," RI.IU
Provolone Soft Serve Machine . $$750 "

Roquefort Feta, Imported, PIE I 3 Bd. Rm. House, Cash Dn. $$2,000 rY ( .. All Porcelain orf Uwr r ''M'!GS+' ,,. E


Gargonzola Imported so V\RltllhS Large Tractor 43 .B.H.P. $$1,000 AC .'IINIe\.. lIelltlnl DCoole..1

f larking
Sarda, Argentine 9 & 15 INCH I Street Grader, 9 Foot $$1,000 t UC
Pippin Cheddar Tomato Sauce

Swiss AA Supreme and Mozarella Dirt Mover, 2 Yard . $750$ UE

Switzerland Swiss Cheese on FIll Pies
Soda Fountain Comp. $$500
Buy

ONLY: PLACE IN FLORID\ Draft Beer Business. low price a Now and D

3 IMPORTED BEERS ON TAP Save

Grocery Business low price 294 NOW PRICED TO SELLAs

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..." THF STUART (Fta) NFW1 ThrosdaT, March 1, 1964. I points players and made Hamilton the All-Conference 19 Both 1 Tigers Win One, Lose One, Share Honors Car RecoveredIn

Tournament team STS girls on the 45 Minutes

Does Not Affect Conference Trophy Johnson All-Conference, Ethel Epps team and arc I,uvenia Mary In Group 15-A Tourney At Field Day ;

Watson. Two ArrestedTwo
I 0 2 M r. Olive Barth of Stuart and
Martin County High i School Welsh
Basket Team in 1 I M..... Joy Hazelton of Fort Pierce
West 0
Key Stuart ShufflersTie Tigers lost to SuncoaHt champions Hardy Field at South Carolina vouths are
] I J 5Lipstrew shared honors at a Day
Riviera Beach, in the semifinalsof Palmer being held m the county jail un
,
Fort
I 0 2 the Indian Hill Golf Course
the Group I M-A tournament at
theft charges
in 2 Leagues Northeatt High gym, Fort Lauderdale TC4IuIS 2Z 12 56 Pierce last Friday. auto of
Hcnmx. seventeen
10 14 19 21-70 Mrs Etta DtStefano! was nearest Willie
STS
ChampionsA after Cardinal ShIm
Friday being
Upset to the with her drive on Florence S. C. and a sixteen-\ear
Stuart Shuffleboard Club tied Gibbons in the first round onThursday. Glbbmlll 6 III 13 19-6! to pin charged m the theft
the third hole.Sixtynine old youth are
5.5
an
in
two IIlImtlat week I .
RIVIERA: ((91)) G F P from Stuart of an auto owned by Bruce Joseof
conference John Rcwehoro. Tommy Davis, I Indian Riser I League game al Vcro, Four Tigers reached double figures women
the
affect
basketball loss diInot I 3 4 10Stansfld with Stuart
relatively unknown | I I Whitman attended the Field Day along
Nate Oliver and 2-I i I n a Good Fellowship which
Davis and 1
Willie hursday
I
the par'ttclpated in
of Kc\ championship won hv tom game 5 4 14 while] totwas
High from Port St Lucie Vero taken
Douglas others
quantity record. I I in the trophy presentalions league/ :against Vero at Stuart; saw MC'HS win i 7Mn( going The auto was
8-1 1 6
West, upset htavilv la\ored( Stuart with an season the Stuart winners at Vero were: I after being tied at the half Lee 2 2 Beach, Melbourne and Patrick; Air parked on AIA and Akron
Training School 74 x9 in the ,' For the nine-team conference \ following game D. Halcv and M Maver: C. Pen away Dave Davis topped the Tigers with Santiago ft 2 14 Force Base The next Field Day Avenue, Stuart !Sunday afternoon.Fort .
championship game ol the Southeast l KeVt'est came aa surprise. cas In the consolation games Saturday md O Guilcr D. fhom i 16 Higgins 7 2 16 will be held at the air base on Pierce Police Department recovered -
mngton : 23 followed Hall, ,
by Skip
( inference all the over t its t morning Pahokee downed 2 0 4 45 mm'
Florida Athletic ill going way i Garrett Friday March 27. the abandoned car
and
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and A. Bluska I I. Trout ,
Duncan
as : Billy Martin, U, and Dave -
Pierce. The Key West Clew iNIon. 75-)4. and Stuart Training 4 0 8 Pierce.
Fort Fort
Saturday night at i three opponents, C. Sheets and H Higgins and W. 10.The I H'Idsw'th ute later In north
and consolation team hud not played a conferenceopponent girln defeated Okeechobcc Fruhn 0 :2 2 The youths were returned to
Key West, STS Moore. Stuart winners at home I
Hornets led all the
44 II advance to the state way 3 4 10 Jensen RegattaTo they
the season I. to revealed
winner. Pahokec journey to Apop during were F. Van Luven and C. Willem Friday to score a lopsided 97-53 Turkett Stuart where a check
the Class B State The handwriting was on the wall tourney Genchi 2 I 5 wanted in South Carolina on
ka to play in and Helen Halsey and K. Van Mar were
Mattix 14
ten Ronnie ,
finch victory. ;
\\ednes made its firm STS boys advanced to the Kerns 2 3 7 of auto theft and a
Tournament beginning when key West LukatThe two charges
I Feature
I with Impressive uven tin, 13, and Duncan. II, were
in the tournament
daMarch 4. SfS meets Cocoain apl'enrancerOlllina Naples ( ar- There were seven three'game I for the losers O'Brien .0 I 1'rotuls I hit-and-run chtrgc
wins. The Lions! heat high scorers )6 25 97STURT on
27Snturd favorably
MO
i\lOn. commented
and ('Je"
the first Wednesday night.The 7740 Jose
game vcr 82 46 winners among the thirty-two sailing of Him Lukat in
STS girls meet (jll ford of :i\. most ol1.erverwho saw Okcechohe Boys X2.56.Big School;. ers participating m the pinY-I SIUVRT ((70) G F P'' ((55)) G F P the Flying Dutchman he will skipper how fast the auto was recoveredafter
Vero Beach Thursda\ afternoon. the Key West team play in the and Pahokec I Helen Duncan 4 2 10 Sheriff Roy Baker and Sin
1hursda league: play: :Z 7 II in the Olympic trials in New
in the SI S were Duncan .
During the season STS ::1 i n d two games felt SIS could only guns freshman Howard games Porter scy, J. llotlson. R. Hoover H.II-I Martin, 5 3 13 Martin 4 S 13 Jersey will highlight Jensen Beach art City Police were not fiedDFMOIUS.KFYCIUBIIFR.S
I feet ,
-six!
six-
Cocoa played two games Cocoa hope to keep down the scorewhich and sophomore James Ma nil. Kauwald F Rauwald, A. Hill 5 6 16 Hall t 3 5 Regatta[ on Sundav March I M.
won the first game md STS \\on the I lions did. to be bigguns and K. Van Luven Players Davis 10 3 23 Davis 2 4 8 Mrs Ernest Artz is coordinator '
Roth
expected ,
are :
A crowd! of I,700 aw ton. Mattix 1 1 7 IMPROVE APPFVRVNCF
will makeup '
the second capacity were rained out
ID
lIomeThouh STS In the games Maui S 4 14 for the regatta which sponsoredby
1 Los Angeles for next year 0 1 1 II STLDFNf BODY
the the championship game Kilhourne OF
swallow
STS had I later ,
!! Porter 24 Kilhollrnc 0 0 01 Jensen Beach Area Chamber .
West
hitter ,pill of defeat. the tourney__ Dodgers hasehall__-"players: Key game got A card party was hold at the I lotulN: 21 16 70 Bowman( 0 (0 I 0 of Commerce and the Intracoastal Members of the Key Club have ,,'

clubhouse Friday evening re- GIBBONS ((56)) G F P Malhe" 2 0 4 Sailing Club of Martin and SI.I begun wearing coats and lice on '
frehmenttoeina nerved by Mrs. I Bracy 6 4 16 Totnl 16 23 15 I.ucie Counties. Thursdays of each week to help
H Moore chairman: Mrs O Van Uilsdm X 2 18 Riviera 20 32 17 28-97 A skippers meeting will he heldat improve the general appearance
I.liven. Mrs I.I Trout and MM Andrews S 2 12 11 10 13 l5-U 10 a.m. and heats will beginat of the entire student body by setting
Shtarl.
Guaranteed In WritingJL5 Green I --.- --- --- I 11 I am. I and 1 pm an eximple
Tour'game winners i n Saturdiiyn hive laughinglysaid

-_ _- Round Robin tourney were: Stomski and Melinda\ Penney Won JUNIOR B\"n\l.J. Some. "Now students I can he sure whit

Helen Halsey, L, Rauwald, W IFVC.LF' MEETS diy it I is: DeMolay boys dress up
s Moore, J. Hodson and l. Demp ON IIIURMMY and Key Cluhben on
Tuesdays
t ster All four game winners are Most Points at Rodeo on SundayThe Junior Baseball Thursdays!
1 eligible for the trophy play-off ut i I Martin County
I the I eague will hold a meeting hurs The students are invited to
season
IhThtI: game in the Indian Tale Twisters Saddle Club er: potato race: adults, Stomslc!: day, !March < lit 7:30: p.m. at the dress up" on Thursdays. also, "to'
wEAR River League, Stuart at Ocean Rodeo was held Sunday at the juniors, Gail Childers: cloverleaf: Elks Club This will he the first Initiate a school .tlre\ -up day
'to r Brec/c Pork was scheduled for Jack James Ranch on Indiantown adults, Stoimki, juniors, Melinda meeting of the year and! an election -
March 4. hut Good Fellowship Road rophy of the day was given Penney: flag race: adults] Delhert of officers will he held. All Greece plans to adopt the literas
MONTHS I League play will continue through for the keyhole race to John Crumm, juniors, Peter Grier; managers members of the boardof the unit of capacity for all liquids
21 15 March 18. Stomski Jr. of the adult group straight barrels: adults, Jack lames: directors and any other interested instead of measuring liquids by

MILES This week's Thursday league and to Pat Tucker of the junior juniors, Peter Grier: quarter horse parties are invited to attend weight as at present

15,000 play is postponed on account of group. High point riders were ability: adults Slomski: Juniors, ,

....,.I the Gala Dav at Fort Pierce. which John Stomski Jr, adults, and Me Miss Penney, ride and lead: adults.. !
Nt Money Down .,... ..ab .1 rea'.... Ir5pnti starts at 9V: ) am Those attend linda Penney of the junior group Stonuki.: juniors, Miss Penney: Dr. Allison Is Elected
PAY AS Jell'... ( ,.. II. eat" ing should! take their own lunch. The April Rodeo will be the keyhole: adults, Stomski: juniors I

Use your males .1. co.crtdll I ...". PSIe6'M''.tit i"t'.tln" r.11.. Coffee will is be planned served Stuart and entertainment will. \I awards final one will for be the given season.! Special Pat Sutton Tucker, and sack race. Karen President of Rotary ClubThe

card anti dtptrt- aiseM m .... plot, /ISnIIUp' enter two mend teams, two worn I Top winners were: Hairpin race:
.. meet afore ertdlt cards yea. II en's teams and two mixed teams I I adults, Slomski; junior, Pat Tuck VISITOR ACTS THIRD Rotary Club of Stuart eleel'l The new officers will take of
to establish credit with .----- ----- -- ---- -----II AT PORT ST. LLCIF ed Dr Ronald E. Allison president I flee on July I I.

"" D.dUCllIOGO Mil* off guorantto 14" fires James D. Williamson\ of Schuy- at a luncheon meeting III t

DUAL RADIUS FULL CAPS LAWN AND MAINTENANCE kill Haven, Pa.. a winter visitor Sunrise Inn Wednesday. Fcb SCHOOL BOARD
I at Sunrise Inn, made a hole in one 26 He succeeds Dr. E. Stanton MEETS MONDVY:
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on the third hole of the Saint'sCourse Maxey The Martin County : of
t Thty'ro wider, hcivltr, moro puncture nudist \ SERVICE at Port St Lucie Country The other officers for the year Public Instruction will: : yd i its

and sitar thin new "2 ply chtaploi." Club on Friday Feb 28 1964-65 are: Lester M Combs, regular monthly meeting at 7:30:

CAP. YOUR TIRES OR EXCH\NGI PRICE Dells.. .11/1 .t"'III''II'I': : : vice president: Mark B. Smith p.m.. Monday March 9 at the
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THE TRI-(OI.OR at the flower show last weekendwas MRS. PAUL BRYANT won the Tri-color award\ i .it the Garden
this arrangement of fresh flowers h> Mrs J. W. Hussey. In
the arrangement were tulips, snapdragons, lilies and daisies.Mrs. Club flower show with this table arrangement ot chrysanthemums, SM11 I l"s)1KFS) AIS'IRD in Horticulture went to : arrangement suitable
dried split leaf philodendron and miniature bumb..... Kuhn. This i I' iKinshoc I I lament s.i or panda pl.ml ,i Gardeners division ;

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Hussey .
1Willie Bustin and
Old Fashioned Songs Enjoyed' : discharged, Leon 1 phi'. ,rmt
Ralph Conti. -
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Highest Award inWeekend's March Admitted, I .

Florence Combs, I # 'I.
At Stuart Tourist Club Meetfor den Helen IVvlit. ; : "....)
mom Henry Blake :

ShowThe I tonuno Hernandez' and ; 1 j..
The Stuart Tourist Club met mittce was appointed by President Me" und I ode Old Lady discharged' Rose Ann I" '"\
I Monday evening March :2 at the Kuck with Gu Schlcsicr a.chuirman. Passing By." with, Mrs Ruth ll.ill ROM Meadows., ( ; :: :
Woman'* Club building on SECTION MINIATURES Youth Center with a covered dissupper Mrs. C. E. Reynolds, William Wright. .
East Ocean Boulevard wa the and entertainment Mr. J, B. Patterson and lloyd in costume. A duel, "Now Is the I ...
scene Saturday and Sunday Feb. Class 19, "Country Garden" !Mrs! Ruth Hall, Jensen Beach Spencer. Hour," was sung hy Mrs. Hall and Junior/ High 'J
29 and March I of the Garden Mrs Clifton Perry, J; Mrs. Jack led the group in Ringing, accompanied Earl I Hollingsworth, Detroit, Hollingswonh. Have Skate ",. :
Club of Stuart's annual flower and Kuhn 2; Mrs. Robert Lear 3. by Willis Dexter at the sang; "I! Really Don't Want The next meeting will be Monday ail I ; ;
orticultural show. Class "Last Year's Harvest piano. iC'n : .
20 I, to "You Were Meant March Ih. The Stuart Junior /1
The highest award\ attainable Mr Ernest Pezzoni. 1; Mrs R. C. Twenty-four state and Canada will hold a roller h / I ..
he tri-color. was awarded to Mrs. Johns, 2; Mrs. Ross Withnm 3. answered roll call; Pennsylvania
W. Hussey for her arrangementf Class 21, "A Nostalgic Way with and New York led with sixty MARTIN MEMORIAL ti, Leon Shepard, Stanley Smith, the skating rink on ;
March 8, Irom 5:30: ()
f fresh flowers and to Mrs. Paul Flowers," Mrs Ernest Pezzoni, I; members each followed by Michigan I HOSPITAL! Gloria Richardson; JoAnne Murlz, I
Those who\ wish" to
ryant for her arrangement of Mr*. Willium Walter. 2; Mrs. W. i with fifty-five; Canada had Births-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peter Lindley and Mcrildu Wyatt I urged 10 get their tI

hilodendron hrysanthcmums leaves dried and miniature split-leaf\ : C.Class Armor" 22 3: "The Japanese Arrange nine Miss present Susan Bray song "Some" Young Mr. and Jr.Mrs., a Willie daughter Bustin Feb.a son 25;, Edith Edward; discharged Nelson Cook und Priscllla Jessie Mrs.Veimg Darker James, skates there are:lo he a rented.limited::: 111 ;;; I;: I i ; ;
Mrs Joe Greenlees, I Mrs. where Over the Rainbow Beyond
timboo as a table decoration. The ; March I; and Mr. and Mrs. Vic- be refunded if the i
Carl Turner. 2; Mrs. Robert Kostcr. the Blue Horizon" and "Up Walker and hiihy hoy. '
\ward of distinction went to Mrs. toriano Hernandez, a son March rink) IN oversold \ t \
3.Class. the Lazy River"Mrs. Feh 28-Admitted. Emily Wil
J. S. Hudson Sr. for her dried 2. available ut the school
rrangcmcnt and the award of 23. "From the Garden Lcta Keith accompanied ey 11ink i ,u Bausch. Wuhneita I Had- .
neni. wa won by Mr. J. C. Cress Mrs. I.. A. Ashley I : Mrs. by Donald Wells, sang "H.irho Feb. 25: Admitted: VanBurcn Icy und Alexander Kulm; din-i at (the link.lOKMtK I!
for her 'echewla ptotit irrfTe'! .uu( Huih.WillcMiuihys-2!) l'IIo F. W.HallewooJ. I ights." "Hold Me In Your Anm, Bonne Knapp: Priscilla I Barker: In.Harry charged. Annie Coachman. Marie I ."(' i t.
Andrew Slcf
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horticultural division. The 3; Mr*. 1VA. Arho Dear. : 'I j i Shaw, Elizabeth Bulk Icy, Lli/u;, "
other\ oi IUUIC (11.1! UH":
ling, John
awards were in ttntartistic division gust l. (h.m.) The kiptide Players' wa repre'scnl Corliss. Lciha Klcck- I I both Frail and Mrs. Ruben. Yuung '
Mrs James I1M"I 'JC) ( ()
'd hy Mrs Ellen Chase and ncr Walker and ba Jr. and .
Mrs. Jack Kuhn" won the bushy girl.Feb I
prize in horticulture.sweepstake SECTION: 4-CORSAGESCUs ) Jon Langbcrg who was dressed a_ by boy and Mr*. Robert: Young I / 2s*-Admitted, TcressaHiibburd Mr. and Mr, J. .
Other aarderc\ as follows: 24 "This i is Forever" Mrs a bullfighter. Jon gave a pantomime Jr. and. baby girl; discharged, FrankGarza William, Wright, Cur. Krueger 1'iirkwuy.
of matador. James Lewis David Slone roll Haire Mrs ( oll>h'.
William Weiss, I; Mrs. Ernest t a Kate Calmer und Car- guest
[ARTISTIC IW ISION 8FCTION Pezzoni 2: Mrs. Richard Andrea. They were followed bv Walker Flma Hodgson. and Anastasia VimVakiclcs. rio Hallowayj; discharged.' Jean aunt Mr. iiiul Mrs. (' 'M."Y't I :
ARTISTIC DESIGNS: son 3: Mr. D. C. Picard, (h.m.). Kuck and Clarence Snock preni I I Sidling. Emma: !Rogers/ Frank urd. Camden. 'Ind. I :" : .
I Class 2J flower Accent for I dent and vice president who told Feb. 26 -Admitted, Robert Brief, JoAnna Man/ Harry former secretary' of :
Class I I. "Gardens Begin" Mrs. Sophisticated Lady" Mr. Erne humorous stories Scurry, Has belle Vandrrhoof Ross Honnc, Albert Wilson, John JJul- he head ol' .the Rural / '" J... .f. '1, ] :

John U. Menningcr. I; Mr*. Curl Pwzoni, I L: Mrs. J. C. Cress. High Four School of the exchange Martin students County to discharged Meadows Jr.Inu and Malone Marie George Shaw; Scurry liT: Ethel,: Cunliurcn Casllcgrundc Knapp, Robert baby 'administration nail:': : Adnunislrulioii:::: I of" ;':' i : I ''k'klin ) $":" 1 :

Turner 2; Mr. Jack Kuhn. 3; HORTICULTURE DIVISIOV Honduras told of their experiences. Donald Robert Shnrkcv, John girl of Mrs. Paul Moore. Roosevelt. I : ) to this arrangement :
Mrs. L. A. Arhogast. honorable Section I Present were Steve Swain Carol Davis Bessie Jackson' Ruth Thomas March' I-Admitted, Mildred of Smart. Flower
mention (h.m.). Cut Flower and SpedmfM Olney, Joan Andrews and Claire John Melton and Mrs. AI Locke Cusct. Jeanne Volk Jessie Mos An I.HiK-year-old)
Clan 2, "Stems and Foliage
and baby boy aic. .:
Dumich. Ann ll.iuer Grace Allman, bridge Alcuntaru,
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| Mrs.! D. S. Hudson Sr., 1: Mr. Ed Class I, Annuals Mrs W. A. Feb 27-Admitted. Ralph Con-
Paul William
committee Decl
A nominating coin- Mitchell and in ,
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Higbee. 2; Mrs. Richard Hup- Gesncr, Mrs. Kenneth Griffith __ u I
I fel 3.Class. Mn. Hugh Willoughby. Is :
3, "The Young Plants Clas 2. Perennials: Mr*. Jack M".I
Grow" Mrs. L. M. Johnson I; Kuhn Mrs. Picket Warren Mrs Kuhn Mrs. I. J. Krai I; I
Mr Donald 2. W I. Ptnton. Mrs- L. -M.. Johnson. -, Ui { '
O'Kelly A Gesncr Ain Jae r.r..pn r 1rr"5 irv '
Class 4, "Now There Are Buds," I lee: Mrs. Gesner r. Mr*. Hugh, WIIloughby. : jiiL-J:. F. Michel 3. ....... t m

Mrs W. A. Gesncr, I: Mr. J. W. 2; Mr Carl Schlect. Mr. Class 19 Suintpuulia: Mr. R. ,17 b r,,.+ ..,
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Hussey( 2; Mr. Ira Decker, (h.m.). Joe Grcenl es, 3. C. Johns. 2. ", r I Star Route, Jen-
Class 5, "A Single Flower" Mr. Class 1, Roses: Mr*. Jack Kuhn Class 20 Decorative Collection: J Tr t r
Kenneth Griffith I I. Mrs, Ray Mr. Frank Roswald Mrs Alice Mrs. L. Luscardi Mr. Frank !! for the meeting
FricU 2; Mr. John U. Menningcr Reynolds, I: Mr*. Donald O'Kcl- Roswald, 1; Mr. ..1 Isabel. I Taylor, 3. Trintcr, new
3; Mrs. J. W. Hu 'lCY. (hm.). ly. 2; Mr*. Reynolds, 3. : ; 1 .. ot the local JiosJ'
Class 6, "The Flower Mature" Class 4, Bulbs Corms, etc.: Mrs. Junior gardeners winning prizes l Trinler has had wide
Mrs. Augusta Pacprer I: Mr. W. C. Armor I; Mr. Alice Reynolds were: .'" y5 k A t I experience in varioul
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Alice Wilder, 2: Mrs. Ed Ncw- Mn. Kenneth Griffith, 2; Class 1 I. Dish G.irden: Cheryl ,.
(h.m.). Mrs. Alice Reynolds 3. Coutan I; Glcnora Coutant 2; n, and panning
Class 7. "After Blossoms! Come Class 5, Cut Specimens of Flowering Lynn Auerbach 3. of nursing in com) ?
Berries," Mr. Richard Hupfel, I; or fruiting Shrubs Trees or Linda Class Volk 2, Foliage, I I. Plant in Pots: tt A : :i ;;:; il:: i ; for students
Mr*. Ed Higbee. 2; Mr. Ross Vines: Group I: Mr. R. O. Yost.Mr t. i school' of ours*
Wttham 3. *. Reynolds W. C. Class 3, Flowering Plant j in '''- of her plan; lot
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Class 8, "With Silver Bells oIiMr*. Jock u t'I I;; Mn.Frnest Pots: Glenora Coutant 1; Ther ; in iturs
Mr*. 1. W. "u<;'ley, 1; Mr. Rob-, Peizoni Mrs. Kuhn Mrs. era folk, 2; Cheryl C Utant. 3. : at Martin Memorial.
Mi Hanna 2; Mr. Philip William, Reynolds Mrs. Yost 2: Mr. Armor High school gardener winningwere I c4' ;
5; Mrs. Carroll Dun\.combe.h.m.). Mr. Reynolds Mrs Phillip : :
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Class 9. "Flower Perfectly Williams 3.
Group
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Love." Mr. W. A. Gesncr I; Class 6, Cut Specimens of Four Garden Diana Taffoni, 2: Christine ; ; '
Mrs. Carroll Dunscombc. 2; Mr*. age: Mrs. Augusta Paeprer Mrs. Andreason, 3; Barbara Syme, : ; tables
f R. O. Yo t. 3; Mr*. W. C. Armor, Philip Williams. I; Mr. Alice Reynolds Joan Segna (h.m.I.Cla ,
: ** 2. "From Garden To Par. ,,, and one prosj
[h.m.) Mr* Joseph Greenlees, Mrs t,; =
I Clan 10 "The Japanese Arrange R. C. Johns, 2. ty, Pam Schemer I; Nelda Key r' of the National
2; Linda Champion 3: Linda .. Association' attended
Mr. Ross Wilham I; Class 7. Hibiscus! : No entries. "" "
)Irs. Robert liar, 2; Mr. Robert Sheppard, Leckie Williams (h.m.). ) Secretarial Inntii
:cnton, 3; Mr W. A. Gesner, SECTION 2- PLANTS Class 3, "At the Party" Je-yee ., 's.t : by the Coral Ga-
th.m.). CROWING IN CONTAINERSClass : Knight. I; Barbara Koulney, 2; ti u,, L : at the Holiday Ini{
Class II, "Hats Off." no competition. Martha Paula 1. s' ru on Saturday
8, Flower
or Berryhearinf Junior hostesses were'
Class 12,"Thi Space Age" Mr. Plants: Mrs. Drew King 1; Mrs.! Saturday, Pat Johnson Patty of the program wif
I. M. Baker I: Mrs. Robert Fen. L Lu ardi. 2; Mrs W A. Ges Irons, Judy Ashley Donna Gum-1, r Mental Wheels.1
an. 2: Mrs. Clifton Perry. 3. nor 3.ClaM. bee, Carol Raphcl Nancy Pittman !! were Mr*. Bar
Class 13 "To Ed Menninger 9, Geraniums: Mrs Jack Jaima Owens, Mary Sue Kindred 'ry ( Mrs. Marge Chumps
Mrs. J. W. Humey. I; Mr. Kuhn 2.Cia" Lucy Hupfel!, Sharon Stevenson, ( Champlin Mrs
Tarl Turner 2; Nfr*. Ernest Pez- 10. Foliage Plants: Mrs. and Yvonne Rownarin. !Sunday, members, and Mm,'
toni, Augusta Paeprer I; Mrs. John Hus Rachel Fenton, Wendy Hauen- .: prospective
3.SECTION sey, Mr. W A. Gesncr, Mrs. R. stein. Christine Wallace Christine I '
2-TABLES C. Johns 2; Mrs. Carl Turner Andreason. Beth William. Connie;
Mrs. Thomas Thurlow 3. Wheeler, Kay McDonald Tinka ) ANNOUNCE)
Claw 14 "The Shamrock Grow Class, I 11.I Bulb, Corm. Tuber Park. Diana Taffoni and Linda IHUGHTFR
",seen" Mrs. L. A. Arbogast, I; *, etc.: Mrs. John Kuhn Mrs Volk.
Ira. Ed Higbee 2; Mrs. Walter L Luscardi. Mrs. Richard Hup Judges were: Mrs. R. G. Behm, a *. James F.the Gunter birth/ !
laumann, 3. fel. J; Mrs. R. C. John, Mrs West Palm Beach; Mrs W. G. announce
Class 15. "Tropical Encape Kuhn 3; Mrs. Picket Warren Harris and Mrs. C. R. Davi. Pom- _,.. Cynthia Louise )but*
''Ir"*. Paul Bryant. I; Mrs. George (h.m.). Beach; Mrs. O. H. Spencer is I. former Mil.
ail, 2; Mr. Clara Beneditti 3. Class! 12, Shrubs: No entries.Class Jensen >Beach; Mrs Palm Hemker, .a- I. of the Kobe Sound..
.41 Class 16. "Elegance Flourishe" I 13, Succulent:: Mrs. Job Mrs. F. W. Kessler Mrs. P. L w _
Mr*. Fred Nieblmg. I; Mrs. R. H. Kuhn Mrs. J. C. Crew, Mrs. Au- VoodatI, Mrs! R. A. Bair. Mrs.K. E i.I : ''Jf'' 'I'"I' I 1 Dennis' are of lobe Mr:
f.eweY.2; Mrs. C. E.Hcndriksen, ;usta Paeprer, Mrs. Robert Fen- Montgomery ind Mrs. E. : ;( ,r :. '; ,
ton. I; Mrs. Fenton. 2. lenriquez, all of West Palm I --..... ............ _.i-__ ." "'4. _". __ __ '."....ro-_ _...... M.grandparent G i. Gunter we of.
tJ Class 17, "Cheer Can Be Cul Claw J 4. Bromeliad.: Mrs. Rob Beach; Mn. C. Hickman Palm AHEAD OF lifE WATER:
Ed Lawrence builder of the original Doe the Beachcomber1. Louise i is the cow'
led Mrs. Hugh Willoughby. 1 art Fenton. Mrs. M.
Mrs. Carroll Dumcombe. 2: Mrs.; Class 15, Palm, and,ae'I" Beach Lade;; Mrs Mrs Kan W S.Van Carper Horn Belle Delay Ungford'i Outrigger Restaurant and several other national landmarks, including the only I and "weighed; i."
High Top at the south end of Sewalli Point for beach house at llutdumon six ounce
Ira Williams, ); Mrs. Richard Andreason. Aroids: No entries. Beach; Mrs. H. Ouiem Boca discusses plant a
(h.m.). Class 17. Orchids: Edward Weit.to. Raton; Mrs. U Atkinson Pompano with, left to right, Mr and Mrs. Roland Merrell and Ed's wife, France This quartet,
Class! 18. "Any Day From Your Mrs Sarah Wood. Mrs. W. A' Beach; Mrs.. R. ffayneswonh Dick and Trude Bohoer of Scwglls Point, wJO Jointly own the house on 100 feet of anfr i i: lt family of four per.
Garden," no first; ).In. L. A. Ar- Gesner. 1; Mrs. Sara Wood 23. ...4 Mrs. D. Henhey Fort mediately north of the Peter Clive property. The land u already clewed and Ed wont need I about 3.212 I gallon*
bogirt, 2: Mrs. R. C. Johns 3; Class I 18 Ferns and Fern Allies: Pierce and Mrs. H. C Paeprer and for water to Mart building a* the house will be all wood with a NiUwy" encoding to \' a year directly ar
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*A THE STUART fjla.) !NEWS Thursday. March <. 1964 and $100 bond and medal m the BUSINESS: WOMEN
------------------- Patricia Britton Winner Vcro Beach
contest CHANCE CLUB'S NAME:
She was accompanied to the The name of the Martin County -
Science Fair Prize Winners Will I district meet by her teacher, Mrs. Business & Professional Women
i Compete District Oratory Event Dan '
I McClure: Jack Smouse, county t Club has been officially chung-
school co-ordinator; Miu Nancy d to "Stuart Business & Profes-

Miss Patricia Brilton of Stuart contest! scheduled Thursday at McCormick, and her parents. sional Women's Club" it was announced '
won the District 12 oratorical contest Winter Haven. at the District 8 meeting
Contest Set 1 sponsored! hv the American She spoke on the subject "The Recent guests! of the Paul E. which was held in Fort Pierce on
I Mahans were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feb 2.The .
Legion Friday night at Vero Beach. People's Constitution, Ours To De I
Wade. Springfield Ohio. Mr club
Miss' Britton daughter of Mr. fend" and 'The Oath of Office entertained the Indian-
Wade is the i
Fort Pierce I sister of Mr. Mahan. town BPW at a covered dish sup-
md Mrs William Britton, and a in the Constitution. 1 I Accompanying them were Mr. and per at the agricultural building recently -
ytlll senior at Martin County High She was awarded a $25 bond I I Mrs Marvin Sceales of Cincinnati, Games were played by
March 20-21 ? School. will compete in the area and a medal in the Stuart contest. 'Ohio. thirty members and seven guests.
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frwt'd'Nrs I ,
Prize-winners in eight divisionsof

annual Martin science County fair High were School selected THURS.-FRI. E / EEi: L- E.SATURDAY OPEN

by a panel of six t om-ofiow '," ,1"/ STUART WEEKDAYS
,
tht II.r ; ;
judge Friday to compete in
district science fair at Indian River I ."' 1. f, 9 A.M. 9 P.M.
Junior College Fort Pierce on Y I II SHOPPING
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Friday and Saturday March 20
1
and 21. .. SUNDAYSQasstlty

The judges, who selected twenty I t' MMPl lYA'Fijg '1\\ CENTER DISCOUNT STORES
9
: A.M. 6 P.M.
'' Moral
two recipients of blue red and Jighta
yellow ribbons, for first, second .- ;" ,o I
and third places, were: MrJ..
Quick and H. Hcrncr, Indian River -
Junior College, C. P. Ferguson.W. .
Bell and W B. Galbraith Palm 12 QUART RECTANGULAR 11 QUART ROUND
Beach Junior College and R "

Westbrook, Forest Hill High

School. n, rY' a DISH PAN DISH PAN
George Rcnwlek was faculty I 1r
advisor for the fair, which drew
more than 100 entries.. Vicki
'
Swoope was student director. ,=.a .aA-
The ribbon winners were: Chemistry .
: Claire Dumich, I: Pat Taylor ,, \ qtl

2; Jill Moslcy: 3, physics* Paul:
Dibble, 1; Micky Mcrwarth, 2: :
medical science: David DeBerry 4 FIVE YEARGUARANTEE
(
1, David Duncan 2, botany: Sammy t tl

Damron, I, Lillie Map King : 1
2; Brenda Bennett 3, psychology: I i.

Vicki Swoope, 1; DC DC voss and SIMMY: J DVMRON: winner for the second successive year of the blue ribbon for botany, explains
Tom Hawkcn tie, 2 zoology: Kit '
; his exhibit to his mother Mrs Hubert Damron, and his brother and sister, Herbie and Gail i Because these Items lire made I Iof
Kindred, I, Nancy Melrose! 2,
ty .., ,_ the finest
0. >- I quality molding
Scott Feaster, 3; mathematics: Jan P' I h
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Icyda, 1, Nancy McCormick 2; f materials, they have a life J"II
Mary McCormick 3; junior high: United Fund's I expectancy 01 at least five .

Ricky Rhodes, 1; Janice Weiss, 2, ,tL: : : yelln. If workmanship or DI
Ginger Burdge, 3. /"t/f1 j I material is defective, Arnold.o I
Total Point I Iak Inc. will }
Ir- on I( ware Rogers, re- i
) 1 pillce. All come In assorted! 'j
OBITUARIESFRANK ,... a.us I decorator colon
I Exceeds $$2,300The ._ I I 11
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GABRIEL: KOVACS Scwalls Point United Fund .. -'. I)
Drive president Mrs Richard L : ,/" ;;,
Frank Gabriel Kovacs, forty- I
Bohncr, reported that over 95 per '-
five a resident of Port Salerno, cent of the residents contributedthis ; t. ..ft---"e '
died In Fort Lauderdale Wednesday yeur Total collected exceeded I
Feb. 26. A native of Allentown $2,300 with donations I averag <
Pa, he had been a resident ing $38 per family l I
k
here since 1957. He was a veter- Those orgllnilationshieh par. .
an of World War II and the Korean ticirated in the United Drive and -
War. Ha flew thirty-seven missions which will receive checks this i .
in the Pacific and receiveda week are : Red Cross. crippled I 14 Qt. Round WASTEBASKETWith r
number of citations including the children, retarded children Sa- Ii
Distinguished Service Cross muritun ambulance service. Mar
He is survived by two sons, tin Memorial Hospital operating Ilasketweave Design
Frank Jr. and John Allen, and one
fund Animal Rescue ,
League,
Boy ."
; ..'Msa4. \i.. s ati
daughter Teresa, all\ of Port Salerno Scouts, Curl: Scouts: mental health a. n': ;

; two sisters and two brothers and Cub Scouts. PAUL DIBBLh;, winner ot 1 the blue ribbon at MCHS Science lll/8 Diameter x 11:%" High
and his parents, Mr and Mrs
An arrangement was made with Fair in the physics division, his exhibit to Commissioner
explains City x'
Martin Kovacs of Allenlown handle unbreakable
the American Cancer Society so Light, easy to I
Arthur E. Sims
Graveside services were held! in
that adhere their
they might to
Fern Hill Cemetery Sunday at 1 1 national policy of not accepting ethylene Classic design '
pm Johns Funeral Homo IIh United Fund donations
and
charge of arrangements.ERNEST yetadhering for any room Will not chip,
to t the wishes of the Field Day and Cook-out Set
residents of SeWallS Point rust or stain.
: AUGUSrINEIiUNTOON Ing only one yearly drive

d or Special-to-diior thanks solicitation.were OfhUV'j By Audubonites on SaturdayThe I

Ernest Augustine Huntoon, !sev'
to Mrs Anna Lennan, ,,
enty-one of Parker Road. Kill- for the year, and to drive workers next field trip of the Martin to cook bacon and eggs on the
ingworth. Conn, died mote I Mrs John Dickinson, Mrs H W. County Audubon Society will charcoal grills available in the

Ho night was, Feb.a native 27 in of a Natick local Conn Newsome, Mrs Miles, C Cramer, he on Saturday, March 7. and will park. 10" Steel-Tri Clad Chrome Plated FRY PANHeavy

He served forty-one years with Mrs. Charles A. Haynes, H C he the first "cook-out" to be held "After brunch, birds may be observed -
Patterson, and James A. Stevenson. the
the New York, New Haven and by group. on foot or by car. Then
Hartford Railroad. He was a veteran The Audubonites will meet at the group will go on to Captain "
of World War 1, a memberof the entrance to Jonathan Dickinson Riggs' home in Jupiter. Captainand 9m/m gauge: steel is triple plated
the Veterans of Foreign Wars RrBIKAIf: : PRESIDENT: : State Park at 10:30 a.in., then Mrs. Riggs have invited everyone (Chrome, Nickel & Copper). Pan Is 2"
of Killmgworth, the Brotherhoodof M\IU\KH WAIIR: go on to the picnic area within to visit them to see the live t deep with black Bakelite handle. Designed :
Railroad Trainmen of Cleveland IS IIONOKH: : IRL the park. The admission fee ill 50 birds in their yard and the collection for even heat distribution and longr"r:

Ohio, and a member of the Rcbikuh President Margaret cents per car.'Participants. of bird>> Captain Riggs has trouble-free usage Similar to illus
Grange of Killingworth. Walters was honored at a dinner should bring t their'avorite carved. e O tration. ANp
He survived by his wife, Gertrude lit the local I lodge on Monday f. food for brunch, said i "Audubon members, guest and
C. Huntoon, of Killmgworlh, March 2. She was accompaniedby Mrs Genevieve Trintcr tour director other interested persons are invite
three brothers, Lawrence Burt State Chaplain Leona Laund "Some persons may favor ed," Mrs. Trinter said.
and Edmond all of Massachusetts, ers, Tumpu The hall was beautifully sandwiches, while others may want
one sister, Miss Gertrude Huntoonof decorated for the occasion CELEBRATED GOLDEN

Massachusetts.! The lodges represented were Okcechobec. WEDDING SUNDAY Ladies' Colorful, High FashionSNEAKERS Boy's 10-oz. DenimDUNGAREES
Services and burial will be In Fort Pierce West Palm I AnlIItU1SI'f P
Hartford, Conn Johns Funeral Beach and Tampa Noble Grand llll. McKILLIPS Mr. and Mrs Clarence R Ly
Home was in charge of local arrangement Grace B Hall conducted the
meetIng Curtain and Mrs John McKil- nns Galveston Ind, vacationing
.
at which President Walters gave lip Cocoanut Park have had as in Jensen Beach, celebrated their
an inspiring message: guests in recent weeks: Admiraland fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday -
MRS. LAURA E. ACORD Mrs Eugene May, Foley, March 1 I. Eighty guests attended -
Mrs. Laura E. Acord, fifty, of Mr. and Mrs Charles A Hen- Ala.: Admiral and Mrs. Thomas the patio party from 3 to
Hobo Sound died Monday March dntkson and daughters, Sharon Wright, Birmingham/ 1, Ala; Admiral 3 p.m. A granddaughter and her 1, s +: Well tailored denims priced so low that
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2 at the Martin Memorial Hospital and Karen, of Miami spent and Mrs. Thomas Halloran husband Mr. and Mrs Eugene
A native of Lester, W Va., she several days with Mr and Mrs Haverhill Muss, and Mr. and Hanawalt, attended the party Mr 1 It's no strain keeping that naturally active
had been a resident of Hobe Sound 'Paul E. Mahun Charles is the Mrs Emil Jcmail, Newport.\ R. I. and Mrs. Lynas have one daughter -
of fine i'
for ten years son of Mrs Mahun The following Jcinail is a feature writer for the four granddaughters, two great. A dazzling grouping: extra youngster In dungarees Assorted! popu-

She is survived by her husband, weekend the M.ihuns spent Newport News and New York granddaughters and two great- quality weaken. In assorted color i.;" lar colors. Sizes 6 to 12. Compare at I.
Cecil Acord and two daughters, in Miami visiting the Hendricksons_ Herald Iribune. grandsons.

Mrs. Judith Eden and Miss Anita I ... _,__ plaids, cords and sailcloths. All $1.95.
Acord; all of Hobe Sound; five ':', "" "l,:;: qt -;- y 'S4

brothers, Cecil Cochran of Hobe ", ', -4 with full cushioned sole for extracomfort.
P
Sound Kyle and Carlos Cochranof is
: .e They're smartly designed
West Virginia Wayne and Robert > ,t s
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Cochran of Ohio; five sisters, j ; a 3 to complement all your sportswear+ ;
9.
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Mrs. Violet McKlnncy, Mrs Edna
Pot and Mrs Edith Largcn all of Amtrkan made and II) led Sires
Ohio Mrs Enis Joyce of Pennsylvania -
and Mrs. Lakye Richardsof we 410.

Maryland, and' one grandchild
Funeral services will be held
Friday at 2p the Yates Jensen
Beach j, Peit with the Rev

Durward H. Knight, pastor of Salerno -
Southern Methodist Church
officiating Burial will be in All
Saints' Cemetery{ In Jensen Beach
with, Yates Funeral Home of Fort
pierce in charge of arrangements

MRS. JOSEPHINE ROBERTSON

Mrs. Josephine E. Robertson,
fifty-seven, of 146 Rutland Boulevard Men's
Palm Beach died last Thursday BanLonSTRETCH
Feb. 27, after an extended "

illness. SOCKS
Mrs Robertson was the former
Josephine Rogers daughter of Mr Children's Fancy Sneakers
The luxury, comfort and lung wear of
f
u
and Mrs. H. Edwin Rogers 0
m BanLon .
r AD new color selection .
Tropical Farms. She attended Stu- I ?
school and was well known r Slight Irregulars.
art
hero. (Just Like Mother's!)

Survivors include two daughters -
Mrs. Josephine E. LeCremcr tic. .11 '
and Mrs. Nancy Jones, both of ,\ .e\ Same stiles and fine workman*. .;
West Palm Beach; and one brother ........... ,! U r
ship a* Ladles' Sneuken shown
Edwin L. Rogers, Eau Gallic FOR SERVICES RENDFRFD-Mallory L. Johnson, president of Martin County Chapter of the m
Funeral arrangement were Fun-byQuattlebaumHolemanBurso Cancer Society, presents to Felix Williams, and his committee left to right, Mrs. Letdctta Lyons, above, but In children' abet 4 to i iC

Private graveside services Mr. Annabelle Turner and Mrs. Dorothy Thompson a certificate of appreciation for their work in 3.
Home. the successful 1963 Cancer Crusade in Little Dixie.
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i!, ..,,rww- .,..., ,.r' THT STUART ((Florida NEWS
March 5. 1960& 1-R
'. .: }t ;.:'&18,0,','..' t 'r' : ';' ..!Thursday

t d I Ir ,N Fire Damage of
a ie" ;t DO YOURSHOPPING

Unknown CauseAt
1 'Itc LP tt I
I'r RichardsonsThe 1 1Ax
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home ot W. M ehardson
on C'or IK 11 between Se,ond and
rhird Streets was gutted hv fire of
f unknown origin early Thursday
...,r afternoon,
Buck Pendarvts with the helpof
other tircmcn of Palm City 1r
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had ,
Volunteer Fire Department
s ryI the fire under control bv the time "
Johnny Filanowskl! with the Mar
tin County Fire Department truck l ..
arrived
Pcndarvis said he received the \
ti ,M'"" .. call at IIS I: p.m. When he arrived i
I I the fire was in a bedroom on
the south adie Because of intense '
,
r heat, the fire spread and furniture ,J ( r, ,
? linens and clothing were badly I \ t ,
damaged i
r nF Rr Nr
Damage was estimated at Sir ,,
,i 500 The house is I being examined ,
.._ by fire officials to determine the \ .

AROUND $3,500 In damages was done by fire to the interior of the Richardson residence, Cornellnear I I cause ,.
Third St, Palm City last Thursda Fireman is shown on root BVPIIsr CII\PIL e

CLASS J\1tElI'GS:
":( I! aattw.
The Lydia clan; /iiccls March
set The tables were decoratedwith 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of!
PALM CITY NEWS The candles guest and played net centerpiece their favorite Mrs. Mary Parker on Fourteenth

MRS. ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-SJ8J games and prizes were awarded Street Servant intermediate
Joyful
the highest scorer
...A.1\: girls No. 2 meet at the home ol
DEFENSE Street and Route 714 has been I PROGRESSIVE !StPPER Mrs. Frances dross j Eleventh PAY YOUR BILLS
CIVIL
+ Street, at 3:30: in Friday, March
STAFF MtblING tarred and covered with sandWinston IS SPONSORED! BYpnsr p
Ymglmg Palm City I B,\ ClIAPtL: 13.
The Palm City Civil Defense director asks! that all aland the The Palm City Baptist Chapelwill I
the civic center on
staff met at
PERSOSAI.SMn.
March 30 meeting and help revitalize Fri
have a progressive supper
director I-
Feb. 24 Assistant i county
our Palm City Civil Defense / 6 beginning at 6:30: h.
John Rains reported on a Jaystarch Maria M irr and duugh
new emergency operating center unit.cahlFS I p,m with the maID course at the ter, Sharon, have been vision
training course to be offered this Nlcair ATCIVIC home American of Mr Boulevard. Recnie Front Tatum there All relatives for the past two weep With A Checking Account

spring He then showed a film on C.IMIR: tNJOH: they will travel to the home of in Winter Haven
Civil Defense shelter management Crews, East Ninth Mr and Mrs Ben Kozclka! ,
1 In attendance were Mrs Ole Sixty guests and members enjoyed Mrs. Pauline
.i Almcgord, Mrs. My r l II n Mead the covered dish supper and Street. for the dessert course Green Buy Wis? are visiting his
plain. Carl Blackburn Mrs John games held at the center by the Chapters of the book "Apogee"will mother, Mrs Barbara Kozclka From Your Home Owned
Filanowskl, Mrs. Herbert Taylor, Civic Organization Tuesday night, be read and studied. at each New arrivals are Mr and Mm
Jack Rowe and Ed Kukhart. Feb. 25. home during the averring Mark Thompson and family hv
.
,j The new emergency operations Mrs Alhert Vincent and MrsHerman. Ing on Eleventh Street across from
Center shelter at the corner of First Miller were the hosiesY2 P\LM CIIY FIA1OUISDLRS Mrs. Francs Cirosc.
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Bank.
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The Palm Cit> Parent Teacher Miss Ruth S. Wolfe, a nasal Home Operated .
Association observed Founder missionary to Lahore, Pakistan! ,
Day on Feb 25 in the school cafe left for Asheville\ N C.. aft.
SALE term. One of the past PTA presidents spending two weeks with her brother
I Mr. Paul Hardwlck, was Thomas B. Wolfe, and family .,

: PRICE PRICE I Introduced. The names read of by otherpist Mrs Mr and Mrs E Paul Brubukcr, A Checking Account gives you a concise "
officers
I were Johnstown. Pa. and Amos CorhetlOeistown ,
ALL GREETING CARDS William Cohce, current presrden6Tha Pa., were weekend guestof '. / .
first grade class presented Mr and Mrs Thomas B Wolfe,
a playlet entitled "The King and Howard Mahon, New K.cnsmg, record of cash Deposits and Expenditures. 'i\
(Everyday & Holiday) Queen of Heartland," written and ton, Pa, was a caller Sunday alt
directed by Miss Anita L. Stew ernoon

Thursday, Friday, Saturday OnlyVALENTINE'S art Mrs first. A grade. C Fortune teacher., Mrs Dalton Mrs. Gloria Richardson is i 8. It helps make budgeting easier. Your can
Garrett and Mrs Ernest Hig patient in Martin Memorial Hospital
bee were in charge of refreshments I '.

'*: BOOK & tlECORD SIIOP Mrs. Carmen--.Llsk-.,. spoke, to the in to Mrs.be the out hospital Latitia and around Gilletpie after is a liege abl ",*,*77rcelled? checks are I legal I proof f of f payment:\."'d"' (8!*"' ..I.,...: w'

Ministerial Association
Martin County
329 Et pew &11'-' ..... Phone AT T-040J Monday morning at Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hxnai
Beach. and Mr and Mrs Ralph Humor A Checking Account offers many conveniences t
of Eau Gallie spent the weekend
I I with the Waldo Humans ,

Mr. and Mrs Fred Homan have and at little cost.
returned to their home in Boalsburg. very


A CompletelyNew Ralph.'Pa.Dtighton and Mrs Clara

Shaefrcr, Port Pierce, were dinner
guests Saturday. and afternoon
callers were Mr and Mrs Oliver
Armsby Warnorsmark, at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Waldo He-

Outboard man.Mr. and Mrs Charles E Willis 7 \

Richmond, Va, spent the past
weekend visiting i Mr and 1 Mrs,
William P. Bishop i in Sea Gate
Harbor. The Willises were en route
a the Keys for fishing

NEW: 4-cycle 4-cylinder 55hp Charlie Link has returned to
lilt home in New Jersey after l

NEW: cuts gas and oil cost in half land spending Mrs Harbor several F. W months Horner with in Mr SeaGate Our brand/ new Personal! Checking Account Plan that, gives you more-yet costs you lest


Steve Siver celebrated his JUST SEB WHAT YOU ORT-WITH THRIPTICHECK
NEW: independent full-pressure/ lubrication eightieth birthday Thursday, Pcb
27 He lives in the Feigel Apartments
on Michigan Avenue Your nom printed on every check- 're. .

NEW: no gas-oil mix Mrs O D. Stone, Canton, Miss, Attractive,colorful checkbook cover f
i. visiting Mr. and Mrs Travis "':; ;rtfnee
1 Checks printed on distinctive safety paper
Stone and children. '
4".., I Ii.
i
.... Guests on Sunday of Mr and i. kronk-bymail form !. .;
Mrs. Clyde Sunders and family ,. You receive regular statement of your account \ "
.,. _..- were Mr. and Mn Ralph Bow ), ;
v. I, man of Michigan City, Ind, who '"
c.- s ...rr:: ire visiting here again this year. .) ,# ','

'4'.,> 1 .
!AIRS VMUIRS AT
liP CODE MVflS\R (. '"
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I "Mr Zip" has top priority in
r' the postal service. This fact was ;.;.'. BINDT/M.DINCtlTTt.L ,1f 4
emphasi/cd at a conference heldat ',, .. CHECKBOOK
f;; the West Palm Beach Post Of'ice (- .
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; :
Mrs. Ethna J. Sanders, postmistress PLUS MANY< OIIILR HELPFUL ADVANTAGES-
I" at Palm City, with nearly Y
/ all other postmasters of this du-

m: HOMEim 4-cycle 55 Oufboar rict John y from attended Thornton this area the of Atlanta seminar who was,formers led assisted by' i '.. Any amount opens your account '4

by postal service officer C. M. r Keep any amount in your account
What else is new? Come in for a free trial, run today and find out for Cade. Cancelled checks are proof of payments
"If have questions
yourself. You'll be ,amazed at the remarkable performance and about tho you Zip Code any, ask your local : Costa lest than postal money orderi ,

.55! postmaster," said Mrs. Sunders
economy of} the exciting new Homeljte4! Cycle "and she or he had bitter
know'!"


STUART TACKLE & MARINE EVERY r TIME A ",, .

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._.._1hur.day| March S. l4IIORRV' .. I THE HOK: TimiRMn
Birthday PartyThe
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SHOW AT CetotfM England Mrs Anna SOCIETY NEWS
IMRAIK'S" rE :i HuMwnl.. Mm Helen kenos' annual birthday pir.v ot the
; | !non Mm Helen Sheridan i and Mi1I '" 'u____....._._._ .. ._ St Uiete Salon No. 1>4.1. i Fight
.araaasr.eaga r. eevtrsri
I hi Pirate'i Cove hobby/ show I untie Co oil of Martin !\I"" and Forty was held at the Amen
?,II b,' held Friday. March 6 bei bile Park, visited Sam Comesthe .11
Mrs. Friedrichs President can legion Hail in Fort Picrvc
i ncn 1'10 I and 4.311( p.m., "rain Fpiscopal Btdtop dre\' Inn. recently' with eight partners f from
Davenport, thin 1 week: Th,\ r
i.1'i shine rim I it. the third and past Martin County allenjing
also' 'saw the Rob Tower CVrH'"
"i 1 1 show and past show have Gardens, and the Great Masterpiece Jensen Women Association The child welfare committee reported -
I b, i n very' successful The pi"NIC! clothing was sent to the

" ,united Refrethmcnu will he Miss ConI** .nd Mill Sheridan The Jansen. Rash Wonwo Association I for eni' ,;$.i their clubhouse and dren tuberculosis' In Denver Hospital. Colo. Mn for. Chil Margaret

-,',nod are now in Miami for a few da\s cleeled officers for I the will ask bids MM 10 tfMt.. tEe work I lords, Mn Joseph! Nakal

..w nirMSar? aaine.nrrw'" --:-. coming year al a meeting "nloodll can K done during ihe summer and Mrs R. I I. Minnehan were
i if I \ )'. March 2 Mrs AugustI I months appointed to the nominating committee .
I ricdrichs. nominating chairman, A I i! which had Keen flown Y
presented. the following state: president mel Ih, ('apitol has heen obtained Initiation of new me"hc.IlIIi. .fit
CARTER'S of ChicagoHair Mrs. Mane Milleruc, president dad I'rl.nled to I the club ,hv MrsAugiisi take place al the nest 'mci.iin' n 1 v ,
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MrEdna Robbins record Frietfrieh former goxirnmeni Friday. April ) at the Joist Reach tf
:
I American Hall
cmpluTgPFRINIVi(1.69 Legion
I Ii i ing secretary Mn. Thelnia W."son; I
SalonAT M,s Doroihv -----
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Styling iccrctan. i
!Mitrecr.; treasurer Mrs Grate l TO YtARRIVGE I.It t:SSI.. :
i Walker: trustee MM Amelia MiN H\,E V E.UNCf4'UNN i APPLICATIONS)
7.fWX) I ler All were elected and will, hemstdlled The Pcrn'wyI. have a covered I Dewey Williams Ir t to lu" i iRciwy h
II at' the next meeting'' on I II dl'h' ion cm Thursday, I Powell both ot Sm.iri
Jft I E. OSf'COIA STUART March 16 March a( I; ;|S pm, al DM Charles. Frederick Ingram I hip
I the Wonicp\ Association .n ut-1 j Mom' All. Eastern I tee, to Wwron\ I illwn I 1.11I'r tit'
consideration to Stars .If" i Ute Purls
serious plans
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SlBFRI\ TOD\>'. l C ''jO I Green one ol the <(t w Americans to ins> r, lied this forbidding land, !poi
SENATOR IRLO BRONSON If'" i ti,'' "i '''./ing contrasts encountered on hit (Xl) ) nile <.o.irncirom Samarkand to the Set
"I I ," i J 11- ,;or.adrum, it Alma Ata nestled b.W the bcjJtiful Tien Shen Mountains. brings the
K, '.v. n uifluLn right up to the Chinese "border !Mr (,men will appear in person with his color film
on lilc !n Siberia at (the 'World Around Li program n the \\omans ( tub on 'March 12

;I World Around Us Series:
MNIININNNN III NIVIV


I 'Journey Across Siberia' Theme>


0 IS A VOTE I "The World! Around-U*:' ____ h___ .__.___ .

cored: by I the Martin County
: h r a r y Association' opon-I ALFA

TO CONTINUE I list: of its ",,rl01 four ON L }' famWM\;] : OFFERS YOU '
vt I r 11-n I ) tri,,,laguea'! on Thursday
\l! ,it'.h I r ,n the Woman s Clubn ;
St' .irtKM'IIXH. h IMIIIYIV.So
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\ ) For l great many years. RoulweM Guernsey
s Farms, Inc. bus been the tulnslve", dlslrllm.'"
lor of Gulden Guernsey Milk In (hit area.
this famou Golden Guernsey Milk (K srlll
1 COMPETENT available from your Alfar Bmihtcll" ()airy.
Inc. If you prefer, Altar Boiilwcll also hiM
aiailable the only Gold !Seal :Multi! Vitamin
Milk.! For either of these fun.mis premium
milks cull the numhir listed below and MO
v4REPRESENTATION for toiirstlf why "t say "(hdy Alfar Bout-
sell offers you MI muih."


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I ti''i s 'nnimi.. .ni' ici he the most
DAIRY INC.Call
i inter,sting ami exciting of I h i .
was I lust iro 'ing Siberia in, in ,\T 7-2464 For Regular Home Delivery
itscll quite a n accomplishmentand .
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Raphael Green has recordedhis
.I.IL trip across this dangerous and
forbidding land from Samarkand
to the So.i of Japan on color film 1 Westinghouse
MARTIN COUNTY He will 1 till us tiboul it in person SPECIAL
l as we follow on film, (he ancient VACUUM
L\
silk routes to the East and take I
the 'Trans.Siberian Railroad across. CLEANERon
(he heartland and see an area not : OFFER
usually seen foreigners Tickets
may be olMameJ'; at Ihe door WHEELS!
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11,742 License

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rt Tags Are Sold I 1 Model

At Tax OfficeA i VC.10


RE-ELECT A of I 11.742 vehicle Ii.
plain hang been sold to dale
n'J ;
I
in >4 m Martin County' according -
1 u> Alvin (Andy) Andrews. I
tat collector I
The 1964 !safes exceed the I 11,1 I
I :22d:! sold during the same period
I.teur A total of I'.000) were I
sold during the entire year
IRLO BRONSON A breakdown of 1964\ sales to I
I date shows 3<145 regular lags 'sold;
3.19ftW" tags; 1,168 "D"* tags: I a'
401 Vi\V lags; 54 "E" tags, I.4JI
mobile, home tags, and 2,107 truck ,
s i and! miscellaneous vehicle tags! I :

There i Is about one doctor' for i

'every_. 758.persons in Ihe nation! :" $$39e9S

DEMOCRATTO Mobile Homes I

Are Selling Daily Al 1 7 piece set of otfochmenta

JENSEN I
THEFLORIDA rOWERFut...ever 1 hop.molar ror.p.ed cr.anr"io

p' TRAILER SALES .CORD STORAGE..cord Cents neatly on bat.

,* INC.Just .CUANS all rugs,carpets and hard surface floort. "

SENATE ( North of the Arch) .TOSS- W A y9 6A0..honda never touch dirt.

JF NSF.N BEACH. FLORID DOES All JOBS..vn cf.molfllng.DECORATOI.SmED..1n *
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Iwr.-sons bru..

THE DtLUXEIDSORS: BUILT AND GUARANTEED BY WISTtNGHOUSl
A member of the Legislative Council ARE ON DISPLAY"

His Voice Speaks WithAUTHORITY THE FINE: SKYLINE:
Ten years service in the House of Representatives TITOVS. PIFDVIONTS.
RFG4LS. KINGS", and the EDHIGBEEELECTRIC

Twelve years service in the Senate RENOWN: AMIRICAN
*

Former President Pro Tern of the Senate For Martin County Fred Silver AI Wilson

Art on Ihe lot daily to >erv*you
* A member of eight interim committees

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Thank you\! for helping us make our 16th Aniversary Sale such a tremendous success. 100AT KINDREDS'AND uus 9P'tVP
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NAPKINS S B. HlJ All Flavon Kill OnionSOUPS SOUP.

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PotatoeslO 49cRUTABAGA -- :: CIT carrASPARAGUS
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3 $1 LIQUID15OZ. NO
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Turnips LB. nOLE sun '.

FRESH RED Pineapple 3 NO. 2 CANS $1

Radish S PKG.6c .

PLAY CHECKERS( WITH

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Onions BUNCH Checkers -ALL AT ONI'rIh11a!
REGISTER NOW TO PLAY
SATURDAY, MARCH, 1964
INDIAN RIVER m 50 FREE COLD BOND: STAMPSTO SUPERMARKETShop
c EVERYONE HUT PLAYS
500 FREE COLD BOND STAMPS IF YOU PLAY
Grapefruit EACH' TO A DRAW Monday thry\ Thursday Q a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
1000 FREE. BEAt COLD 11IE BOND EXPtRTC'.J. STA>fPS IF YOU J FridayAPPRECIATION 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.- Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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4-B TIIE STUART (TU) NEWS Thursday, March 5. 1964 Roland Guthries "' VFW Auxiliary joying I tight.seeing trip around I

-I I Holds Card PartyA Florida. I Barley Barber Swamp Owners Are

I Hold House Mr and Mrs. Rupert Curtis of
PORT SALERNO NEWS I Open A card party was held at the
: Blue Point Long 1 Island. N. Y.
e of Mr, and Mrs. Charles I visited Mr. and Mrs Russell\ Slater. In Favor of Over-all DrainageA
MRS. VICKY PROSk, Cormpondenl AT 7-2083 I "''r. and Mrs Roland Guthrie Carlstrom in COM! Gardens last ,
: nl Wesifield Avenue held an "open Wednesday night Mr and Mrs. Raymond Del.air
house for neighbors and friends Members of t h e Veterans of and twin tons Mark and Mike
who wished to view their new Foreign Wars Auxiliary and guests visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs A \ mecung 01 property their vote they I indicated i hey their own and through the '" s
Visitors From Several States r home on Saturday evening. enjoyed delicious refreshments Herbert Flanagln last week. De owners interested in drainage and would rather be a part of the could have an adverse affect I'll+
Those attending were: Mrs. Ed Lair was on leave from his teach. irrigation of the Barley Barber county\ over-all drainage program the economic feasibility of a I I 11 I
A tasty buffet (nipper was served Moran, Mrs. Martin I than to drain and irrigate the drainage.irrigation projects m th.t,t
Bud Bolt Mrs. Bob ing duties in Middletown, Conn. swamp area in western
Attend Pioneer Club Fish Fry to the the company and everyone. The Keeling i Mrs, Harry Kahn Mrs, County resulted In approval a second area with their own fund_plus area planned by the Corps all i d i

joined hosts received in group singing luck Dale Weed, Mr, and Mrs, William Mrs Doris Ranhami son Edward time to turn the drainage problem help from Public Law 566 and : FCD
good
: Representatives of several slates ton, New Brunswick Canada: Mr. II gifts many Van Chef, Mr and Mrs M Cas- has come to stay with her. over to the Army Corps of the Soil Conservation" Service. I

attended the "eat all\ you can" fish I and Mr. John L. Wamsley Mr. I serly Mr. and Mrs. I. Baker, Mr. Engineers and the South Honda The decision means hpecifically'I
fry at the Horseshoe Point Pioneer and Mrs. Donald W Stewart! Mr 1 Guests who attended were: Mr. and Mrs O D. Cadwell, Mr and Mr and Mrs. William Howe of Flood Control District the group would rather wait until Sail Catches

clubhouse Sunday. and Mrs. Walter Benson. Hope and Mrs Henry (Grien Mr. and Mrs Leon LaRochellc, Mrs. H Blue Point, Long Island N.tR''arevisiting The Idlest vote, and probablythe Martin Canal 4 is constructed
Mrs. Russell Slater Mr and Mrs Mr with Mr. and .- northward from the St. Lucie Ca.
and well\, N J.; Mrs. H. Kalitian, Iklhlehem I Magirmc Elsie Burroughs last was taken among property -
Mrs.Among T. Rowland them were of: Mr Pa: Mrs I L Icntry, Lexington Wilbert tarr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Charles Bolts Mrs. Anna sell Slater. Mrs Howe I is Mrs. owner at a meeting Friday nal by the Corps of Engineers, POS'sibly Are Listed
Hamptons Loomis. Mr and Mrs Harold
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Stchliek and Mr and Mrs A Edelman Slater sister Also guesting with Indiantown. in 1966.
Ky.; night at
Bay, Long Island, N. Y.: Mr. and I ewis, Mr. and Mrs Tony Ro- Mrs. Har
the Slaters are Mr. and
Brcslav, Boston, The to wait probably
Dorothy >>
Mrs Harry Schmitt. Jupiter; Mrs Rcigcr maine, Mr and Mrs. Stanley Romaine Barthelme. The group present representedmost agreement Among recent sailfish catches
Maw. Rev and Mr. LeRoy Priics were Mrs. Dale ry i n ended by Florida Citrus Industries
a
Frank kopystccky and Mr and ; Mr. and Mrs. William Mou- won by of the property owners plan Stuart Chamber
Moon Baldwin N Y. Mrs. S A Weed, A Edelman and Mrs IIMaganne Inc, to drain and reported by ot
Mrs. John Kopystccky Perth Am. ; gent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried Mr and Mrs. Robert Johnson the Barley Barber swamp area By irrigate Commerce were:
N J. Mr. and Mrs 1 Thomson Win liard. Blocksherg Va; Mrs unplanted grove land with an ea t.
and of St Lucie Avenue
boy : man Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gallagher, family
N. ..... George Morehead, Orlando. ,i .
Monc Ben Arkowitz, Willmgshcro. west ditch from Chancey Bay on i\
Mrs I W P \Valmsle Mr and Mrs. Jerry Harmon, tth- have moved to Vero( Beach.
J.: Mr. and Mrs Jack Valentine, GIRl SCOUT COOKIES ('ORAL iRDFNS GROUP Lake Okeechobee to the swamp. foot, seven-inch sailfish from IIC
cl Mullins Alice Mr. and
Burke, "
Colonel and Mrs. M W. Hale, Mr. Mrs Tom Tucker Mr. and Mrs ARE NOW ON SALE Mr and Mrs. Harry Schmitt of MUIS: AT tOURIHOUSl.! County Agent L. M Johnson "Howdee, with Captain hell

COSMUee and Mrs E. Rodenbaugh, Mr. and Scotty Scotten Mr and Mrs. I Girl Scouts all over Florida will Jupiter were guests of Mr. and annual of the who was in charge of the meeting, Burdge.
Mrs. A. Stciglcr! Mr and Mrs Mrs. Jack Valentine last week The meeting P Moore, scven.foot, .
told the the deletion of MC- Jay ninch '
Homer Brownlee, Mr and Mrs. be selling cookies this week as a Associationwas group
Civic
Coral Gardens
W E. Rice Jr, Mrs. E. Godfrey, sailfish. Mrs, Mary A
; .I i i Mrs. Elliott Rice, Mrs A Vic Rudy Rouse, Mr, and Mrs. Owen i fundraising project Money goes Mrs Adolph Regli spent scv held Sunday at p.m. in the 4 from the overall I county irri a.liondrainase Moore, seven.foot, two-inch ,.1111+i d I i.
Mr. and Mrs J. Kopysteekv, Flwcll Mr. and Mrs Davy Davidson to maintain camps, supply newsletters teal I days with her sister in Riviera commissioners room at the county plan by allowing fish while fishing from !
tor t the
Mr. and Mrs W Vohdcn Mr and Mr. and Mrs Henry Don and tram personnel Beach, while her brother.m-law, courthouse, with President Ed property owners to proceed o n "Oed Ie':' with Captain Fri +i kCsongcdi
nelly and Mr. and Mrs O MChappel Troop 80 in is happyto
our area
M, K. Roscngren underwent surgery Plczia presiding
Mrs. Jack Whitfield Mr and The Moores are Iron
JACK'S GULF Msr. F. B Hcagy, Mr and Mrs. their report cookies they already have sold and wish most of to at St. Mary's Hospital. A large attendance discussed JEAN F.. SMILEY ONWANS Shaker Heights, Ohio

STATIONAll William Papa Mrs Adolph Rcgli, thank those who purchased them Mr and Mrs Donald Clokeare numerous projects for beautifyIng I LIST AT Citations were issued Judas'n
Mr. and Mrs Jolly Rogers Mr. Program Features the Coral Gardens area and .
visiting Billie and Jim O'Con.nor JUNIOR COLLEGE Minear, Palm City, sailfishi;
S.rTl"4 GuaranteedJack and Mrs. H. Miller. Mrs J. Reinhardt all residents expressed their appreciation -
Pioneer SchoolPort PIKSONILS for the month of March Mrs thur C Thompson, Winter P.lr rksi .
Saundenon, Ownef MrF.. Finke MrC.. Cloke is Mrs Connor's sister for the recent Washington Jean E. Smiley of Indiantownwas \.foot, four-inch sailfish: J. M'...r.

AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 Grosse, Mr. and Mrs. George Salerno Elementary: Parent Mrs. Mary Clements has returned and they are from Albany, N. Y Avenue paving among students on Ihe dclm'slist tin Overmyer, Lindscy, Ohio "\.
Fritz Mrs. J. I I. Bloom and Mr II Teacher Association will hold a home to recuperate from recent It was decided to hold all future for the first semester of the foot, eleven-inch sailfish; and John

and Mrs Karl Markwordt. meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 surgery at Martin Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs James Fife from meetings at the courthouse becauseof 1963.64 year at Palm Beach. Rhover, Marion Ind.. "'sailfish
in the school cafetonum !. The Clements are the care South Charleston, Ohio, are spend the better acoustical and seat Junior College, according to Albert all aboard the "Gannett II," wiih

lobby Show Friday The program will feature the takers for Sandspnt Park. ing Mrs.a Wylan few days Woodward with Mr and ing arrangements. E. Bishop, registrar Captain A A Whiticar.

Pioneer School and will Mrs. Paul Hunt, Fishkill N.
pertain Mrs Roy Decker has been entertaining
At Pirates Cove TF.R TOURNAMENTNov. :
SVILIISII
twt si..rwllafrrn.nRamoe /to retarded children and the Mr and Mrs Lester Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglas of SIUARF Y.. caught a seven.foot sailfish'

There will he a hobby show at work done at the school. Teachers Trow bridge of Rhinecliff. N Y., Cape May Courthouse, N. J., and ( 1 April 30)) from Skipper II,"' with CaptnnA

Pirate Cove on Friday from 1 1:30to : from the school will particl and Mrs. Elsie Brown of Brook Mr and Mrs Carl Aspcnbcrg of T J. Whiticar
Mrs. Gene
Foam Rubber & Upholstering 4:30: pm The hobbyists will pile in the program. lyn, N. V Wildwood N. J.. who have been SAILFISHVomcns: length division)- Mrs W B. Osier, Battle Creek
TOLEY ENGEBRETSEN works and Parents of children attending guests of Mr and Mrs Jack Val- Whicker, Melbourne Beach, "Spray II, Captain Mich, caught a sailfish from the

MANAGER display Is welcome their to attend., If you everyone have the Pioneer School are cordially Mrs Amelia Kloss of Chicago entine, are leaving for home this Ray Young ..... .... .. .. ... .... .......... ......... ........ 8 ft. Oulfstream," with Captain Von
some hobby lo show, please take invited to attend.Nominations was a house guest at the home of week with reluctance, as they have SAILFISH: (Men's length division) Dr Robert L. K Jourdan.

SALERNOShipyard it with you of new officersfor Mrs, H. Splitt for the past three been enjoying our golf course and Berger, Shartlesville, Pa., "Cartune" Captain Louie William \Vchcr KirUood. Mi .

Inc. _" the PTA will be the order of weeks. fishing so much. Lunn ....... ... ... ... ........ ....... ............'......... 8 ft. 1 m. received a citation for a 4' -pound

ATtut14111781 R... AT T-1MT I FPL DINES: CON'\CIORs" business An executive meeting Congratulations to Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Adolph E. Free- AMBERJACK: G G Woodruff, Wayne, III., 'Ondmc bluefish caught in the Indian

FORT SALERNO On Feb, 26, Florida Power and was afternoonPVIROLWOMVN held. at the school Tuesday Mrs Harry Kahn who>> celebratedtheir berg, manager of Northern State H," Captain L Buck Jr .... ......................... 45 lb. River.

Light held a dinner at Captain wedding anniversary 1 last Power Company, Red Wing Minn, ARCTIC BONITO: Arthur L Rivers, Charleston, S. C.,

Alex Restaurant In Riviera licuth STONE: week. are house guests of Mrs Adolph "Gannett II," Captain A A, Whiticar .............. 19 lb. 8 oz SlrfllrN L. ROGERS

CHUCK'S JL SERVICE Mr. and Mrs Ed Johnson attended IS BACK) ON JOB Returning to their home in Key three Regli weeks The Freebergs in Riviera will Beach spend BARRACUDA: R S McGahee, Eau Gallic, Skipper COMPLETES: BASIC
up- I AT GREAT LAKES:
the uffair which was given It was good to see Mrs. Gene port, N. J., after spending sometime on termination of their visit with II," Captain L. Buck .. ... ... ..,............ ......... 25 lb.
M
Pit ".V1"D here will be Mr. and Mrs.
? (STANDARD) for all electrical contractors. Stephen L. Rogers, eighteen
pillrrr .tr Stone, safety patrolwoman, backat Percy Ackerman friends of Rich Mrs. Rcgh BLACK BASS: Carl J. Gcycr Columbus, Ohio ........ 9 lb.
The theme of the evening was her this son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E.
post week. Due to illness Melbourne
BLACKFIN TUNA: Barbara S Vichman.
ard Caster
fashion
selling electric living A Rogers of Stuart, completed nine
287-9864 show was the highlight of theentertainment. off. Mrs. Stone her had to lake time entertained NEWS OF TIE HSIINHOL Beach, "Hobo," Captain Jack Whiticar ........ 13 lb. 6 oz weeks of basic training on Feh
During absence Deputy Mrs. Erna Splitt
Railway & St. Lucie Ave. Sheriff Jack Curry ably took her Mrs Ann Scent of Vero Beach Harry O'Berry and friend from BONITO: Bruce Sullivan, Kissimmee, Marbob III," 7 at the Naval Training Center

Port Salerno place and Mrs Amelia Kloss of Chicago>> Baltimore, Md., caught twenty Captain Bob Scrim her ..... .... ,....... ................. 18 lb. 3 oz Great Lakes HI
Mr and Mrs Godfrey MeGar- at a dinner in the Yacht Club last four blues and two jacks using ... .. 21 lb. 8
Ohio
Road Service have returned to their home Parlor CHANNEL BASS: E R. Loroff. Freemont, oz
bait the Sun
vcy ( I VII, DIH1V.SIM1IIS : : Wednesday The ladies also enjoyed cut( fishing
In Rochester, N Y after spending DOLPHIN Earl Burbank Omaha, Neb., "Spray n,"
Open.7" days a week : : : IIIURMUY visiting our local points of interest. area. : ,
7 8130 a month at the home of Mr Capt Ray Young 25 lb.
.m. p.m. NOTICE !
Walter from Lake Park
Huston
and Mrs Homer Brownlee. There will be a Civil Defense' Richard Casler spent sometime GROUPER: Jack Schneider, Port Salerno, 'Big Day,"

meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at visiting with his friend, Richard drum caught thirty-two>>bait blues and one the Captain Locke . ... .. .... .. .. 28 lb.
Pendoras Restaurmt All interested t. Hamilton, who Is here from using cut fishing

are welcome to come Refreshments Moriches, Long Island,. N, y Sun Parlor JACK CREVALLE: C E. Schaeffler South Hampton, OUR HOME
HEARING AIDS will be Dutch Treat" N.Y., "Fran L," Captain Pete Robertson ........ 31 lb.
Dr and Mrs. Baker from Stuart
Mr and Mrs. William Papa of N.C. 3 lb. I
caught fourteen weakfish, eleven LADYFISH: Mrs Eloise" Maybury Mount Airy, oz OVNERS'POLICIES
!MRS. klOSS! tN: I ER rAINS Horseshoe Point had as houle
MANGROVE SNAPPER: A M. Newbold. Stuart .... Jib.
and lit blues frozen
All In sensible Ed whiting using f
new sly it prices Mr and Mrs. Gapmsky
O Service on all make of Instruments Mrs. Amelia KlosH, of Chicago of guests BeUmorc,,Long. Wand, .N. Y. |shrimp; ij\ (the Indiaa River. POMPANO Richard Angus, Jensen Bench .. .. :'. 5 Ib.. HAVE
AARP phjed. hostess hi Mrs 'H. Splitt, RED SNAPPER: Dick Fisher, Spnngville, N.Y..
NRTA
special Fred Robinson end friend from
O Free hearing lest In home program or office en Mrs.and Gail/Mrs Sharp Martha. Mrs Ethel Burmicsterat Thor- Judy Happy Johnson anniversary who celebrated to Ed their and f West Palm Beach caught seventeen "Big Day Capt. Locke ... .. .. ..., .. 25 lb.

C Batteries" cords, molda a luncheon last week at Frances wedding anniversary last week blues and three weakfish using SEA TROUT: Charles Hendrieks, Stuart .. 12 lb.

S Phone and mall orders for bullcrlei and cords Langfordt Outrigger Restaurant. shrimp fishing the Indian River SHEEPSHEAD: Hugh E. Sheppard Stuart ..... .......... 9 lb. 13 oz NODEDUCTIBLE
Colonel M
Happy birthday to
Hale of Horseshoe Point who had Norman Spear and Robert Lamb SNOOK: Amanda Kmdig, Osceola, 31 lb. 8 oz t

civic' A ssomiioNMl a birthday this week. of Lake Worth caught nine blues SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz, Pohokce ... 2 lb.
Acousticon Aid Center and four snook using feathered
Hearing .US: 'IIIVR' IM V Stopping off for a visit with Mr jigs off the Sun Parlor WAHOO: Paul A. Walker Hobe Sound. .... ... 85 lb. NOT EVENWINDSTORM

: The Civic Association will hold and Mrs William Papa were Mr TARPON: George Hopkins, Stuart 16 lb. 8 oz
709 ORANGE LROAL ADVFRTisieMtcvTIv :
AVENUE
.. FORT PIERCE 461.3266 its March meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday and Mrs A, Winn of HollU Woods, TRIPLETAIL John McDamcl Belmar. N.J. 18 lb. 12 oz !
been THH CIR< I'IT ('Ol'HT Of THKMTH :
lit the N. Y The Wirms have en
civic center.
I JIUUISI, ('IK( liT I1* (with Small Extra Premium)
A'VI' ) RuN N5RT1COtTI: ,

TtTn IN ''II'OK,tioniuir(.tau '0. ERIC WANT TO KNOW MORE
r. W. onlUIVN', .. Tru.. INTERIORS PLANNEDFor

; ); MEET YOUR DODGE DEPENDABLES tee. i'lalntlltGFliBtimE i CALL NOW

J. CARDANY.et You To AT 7-3262
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<,'nK'1I \I.N
Nonce I I" ben" by Sven that thenndenitned CALL
l. H* HpeiUI Mmuer. under I ReardonINSURANCE
and by win(,". ol the Final Deere. -
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lend In that certain e.>m. pending The Steele'sHobe
''n th. Circuit ('ourt 01 (he Ninth AGENCY
udirur I Clrrutt of Florida In 'and
(It for Martin County In (Ctmni-sry; bo- I
Inc Chanery c... N.. Iu7t:; In which Sound, Fla. 546-4881 KRUEGER BLDO, STUART
U W. Orrlnon .. Trustee. I. Plaintiff -
and arant Hlrkham and Jun.

O nerald" lf.KlrUhum.. T sod M toulHf. .his."" Hid n ft'll>FlUKorald and. J Ftor.nn.andustuihhi'riMefehtuuwits I' Flu-, his. fl"rA'i'A'inin\" ; \'IA'ini'lrh"i1'i''j'iiIU'i1; ; \ \ \ \"Uini'\.\'"IiIiIr'm'i'\ .\ ;Ar.'Tmm..' ..

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(" ..-<'ery appointed by the .Court :
In said doiree. mdur and by vlrlu
or th* t.rm. Ihrr.of will offer fur I I
aal and lull .t public outcry to FIRST
th. nlKhnt and b..t bidder for ruh
the 'dealer nt the Northf front door of th*
: GENE DAVIDSONA (Cntirthoti* of )..rtln County In th*

business built on reputatlon-a reputation built on dependability. Dependable deals, dependable Pity day ef of March Hiuart. : 1504 Morld, b-t on een the teed the
nl linn, oolmk AM and
prices dependable cars. In short I man you can depend upon when you're in the market for. car.r l:10, \feral o'rlork...1.! .pM dn", the and same She hour brines I::3 I I

the legal. hour of ial*. th. .part( MORTGAGE
e lntrr..t* of Hid DorondanU In and
to that e.rUIn sue renni-nt and d"otaratlon .
r of trust dated TxcrmherIS
Ihu bHnir a truat for Ihow
rrrlaln preml* Mn( and bolnir In
Martin foully. Florida. described
... follow, to-wlti
I I, CORP. I
chain
Ttxln atk% point on ifs
South ef the 8outhw *t pornr
of to\.rnmetit Lot 4 C.rlinn '
e 94, Township IT ftiuth. ttanir I
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41 la: .t; th.n<-. Eut and parIVI -
4 tn the Hnilh eatd! 1',1
(>kivrrnmvnt tot 4 tnth"o water
d of the Atlnnllo (Sean' then;* Q OF STUART
H uthHti, >rlv mMndrinff I1'
waters of th* Atlantic to a point whloh( I I. S..4 rh..ln.*
North of the Ho,Ith) lane of tie..
fen 1!. Township 11 south
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lUt... 41 Fail me mraiurrd ..trl..ht u
( Mia-lM therein: tb.no.. 3m01'
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",'..! on a line parallel with
the South lln* of laid 8 itlonID COMPOUNDED |:
and Hcctlon 14. tn the water

the can 1964 Dodge 440 Four-door Sedan .of Northw oaterii the.of.tndlun t.the rlv Indian m Rlwrl..ind.rln River there.. the toa r.; 5 0 QUARTERLY HON :

: This Is the luxury car In the low-priced field.Trlced right In line with Ford and Chevy, this Dodge Is ot p"borlnnln.Int du* Want: thence of the E..t point to / :!

,
S your chance to step up In quality. Exclusive Unitized construction means extra room and comfort- ( In the S nolnt.cllon of e.bel.ninr. Fut andpter.. bln..

i chair high seats for added luxury and better visibility. What's more, standard or optional six or V3 inn fioulli" ,If.Han TowTi.hlp 41 !' Ir BouthRnr h1!
1J with
: Dodge packs ,more power per pound than most any car around. Inspect the '64 Dodge today-the all riparian Raat rltfht Toicethvr thereunto

low.priced car that doesn't/ look or act like one! epp.rt.laln. INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES 3
subject to public mad rhrhl-ot.
war as .crlb.d In IIn..I,1
4 "' .om"I'" o n..d. hued Nun"- FLORIDA RESIDENTS j
her :/, IIG filed J.mi.rv 'IlloT g ONLY |
; hoi
and recorded In Deed k

'. .. Our Golden Anniversary is your Golden Opportunity Florida,4. !'.*.public n:1. Martin rword County 5 East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart I?f fe

The ..ld Inter**!* In ald. tr,'.(
.. 'or..ld beln- sold to atlfy ATlantic 7-0122 |
and the Depcndables
Como in
.yt'J' k see : ..Id d.'I'... :0-
: ; : n.\TEn thl lath dar of Febraary. 2

'", .. lac h 4/' HVRHT 1"". DYER 5 Corner Atlantic Ave and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce 2
g pedal' Miuter In rhancerrcnAnv.
) cusny A CR ,RV HOward 1.3160 p
Dfl0)) K.V _4NJI CHART( JR.
: l for I lolntlffiM (
t tI te ; ULMER MOTORS .eet..r", Flrat" National Banknumm 1945 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vero Beach 1
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STUART' florid( I ) :NEWS: Thurvlux. tiered 5. S-B 'SLPER-RKJH'I SHORT SHANK FULLY. COOKED
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District 11PTA/ Meeting

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At Trade Winds March 16 i :: GRADE. "A" 0II\ I'K( FROZEN PLUMP BAKING OR STEWING4to7Jb.

Tho Tradewinds Restaurant in at I pin There will be a special r .
Stuart will be the scene of the table for honorary lifo members. i
twenty-fourth annual conterence ol. Reservations niav be made by con HENS 35caverage
District I 11 I of the Florida Congress tactmg the county council prtsi I
of Parents and Teachers ul dint, or Mrs Edwin) Rollison
10 a.m., Monday, March 16.. Reg. Route 2, Box 54, Stuart, ipimidiately I LB"SuperRight". . .
istration will open at 9:30: a m .
Mrs. Ray Trembly, District I 11 -----------------------.
District I 11 I i il ilia.up! of Indian .'
will be in charge r.n.wntll11B' Fed5tXW'Q
president Lean Corn
Mrs N S Rubins, president River, Martin, Okeechobee. 'In' TD' US Choice "Supu-Right"i Beef FULL CUT
elect of the Florida Congress ol Palm Beach and St. Lucie counties t G.hft CALIF or ROl M I) BONE Quarter Sliced Loins
Parents and Teachers, will key with an enrollment of over
note the conference theme which 18,000 members Ii STAMPS I ROUND
j\, "Within Us Is the Power." Mrs I:... Wit" Ihl. Coupon mid purohoM of ROAST Ib 79c PORK CHOPS
Ci i L Barnard, first vice prcsidcnl :- White Rain Rrl:.or I:xtra Holding .
F.C.P.T., will give the rcdedica- LonDcLawWedding/ 'I,in 4 M VIR Sot (14Q I STEAKCeupo.
tion service Frank Sloane second can'l'l I
3 SPR\Y
a vice message president on, F.C.P.T."Quality, Education will bring on | .lood thru M.rco T 3 lb. 69c r lb. 59crfjy
Community Concern" Others :: : .
participating will be Mrs Robert __ -. .
Chcsborough, director of District Feb. 24thMrs !
8 of the Business and Professional I zlsrmuaun.u -i "Supcr-Right" CIA: Hill CUT t. Swanson Quick Frozen
Women' Club, Thomas Crook. } !
Virlic Lontoc and GeorgeE II
Schools superintendent and Mrs.of Martin Norma County Stone Law at the were home married of Mr.in and ceremonies Mrs.!!- II 50 STAMPs HI HAM SLICES Fresh Ready to (',"* Kina lids TV DINNERS
safety patrol leader and area medical j. i .
health chief of Civil Defense John Grimm on Monday Fcb 24 Wltk Ihl. Coupon .... /.r.b..I 49
at 530: p.m. Mrs. Grimm is the IJ Parker Golden or Marble Steaks lb.t c
Jane
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The District I 11 I board memberassisting ]
I bride sister Justice of the Peace _
with;t the program will 'Harvey Pilcy officiated Mrs i *. POUND 1.lb.9-t1l'59c 7 9 All It-oz.c 55
be Mrs. Maynard Duvall I, Mrs Ralph Bates Jr. and Henry Childers I.I CAKE I lb C Qulik IVoien Meaks"SuperRight" VarietiesAllgooJ C
Charles Oliver and Mrs. A R were attendants I c g! Coupon lood thru M.rch T Mia. 3T :

neth Nadeau Ganaway from ,Fort Mrs Pierce Frank; Mey Ken and The carried bride a wore pink a and state white blue suit car i ..unmsm...............-----------------:1:: PRI'SIl I I LEAN. Halibllt 1 lb' 00''c Brand I SLICE I)
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ers and Mrs. W B. Pate, West nation bouquet. A buffet supper I .___._______
Palm Beach and Mrs. Vicky Prosk, was' served following the ceremony r.i.iuwua: :
Port Salerno 'il lieward BACON
A buffet luncheon will be wry. PLAIDSTAMPS GROUND BEEF Jehnhon'L. iA'roren ,
cd immediately' following adjourn Dessert Cards ;:59c ;
1
Party Honors Thl. Coupon nnd PurchnM, ol 'i ikWith d c:: Qulek Iro/en llmllrw !>& 2lb.
l.h.ll Plll.hury 1 1 whit. C
:7' Ibs.
C m.lI.
Mn A. C. Widmann feud.I ir.douhldutch: or awls l WHITING 29c .
elite I and guest of Mr, and (' ; j pka. P
pkg.39c
laB. -!
Mrs: Hcasky' Rio' was hon MIXIA:
wed Thursdiy Feb. 27 with a I Coupon toed thru M.rch T Mln. I.T "i:

dessert Attending card were party.: Mrs. Colin Ur- -!1! .!'= " quhart Mrs. Reuben Brunst Mrs.


I Guy former Pa.Mrs..Mrs and Hazard William residents. George Mrs Miss James Power DcWitt of Christine Gosney Meadvillc Northeast and Mrs.Kebort all- [r;;isaeu'1 FRENCH FRIES 4 pkgsr 1 lb..89c


Ed Barnett Rio. ol M
L With thl. '
Prices were won bv Miss Ke I *| MM. Smiles Fronnhu. J!! .. LIBBY CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL
d sort Mrs. Hazard Mrs. Powers Iii i| APPLE 26KM. H!| Save At WP! Special
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and Mrs. GosneyDORC'.S !55 TARTS pkg..59- JJ i! 1 lb. $
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Our expert btautielans will\ give ('I,A liS l flj Coupon good thru M.rch T Mln. ST [,71{ GOLDEN CORN 8 1 OOQ
MEETING HELD: t3.istif;sM.M.imS2KlB'! J [
)ou the permanent best for your Dorcas Sunday! School Class of .-.--.-..---.--._.__.._._._-._------ cans O
I It In Church met on 1 1 r .
own hair stjle a new the First Baptist
Feb 25. Mrs D. I L. Sri'
I coiffure that.makes you, prettier. vcrs Tuesday: presided There .were: twentyone I' : 2s' PLAID Save At ,1&Pf-'S tf all JANE PARKliR PRliSIILY nAKED
members and guests D/ ,
Included in committee l bdFgi
FashionetteBEAUTY was one made by Mrs pretcnt'l
Turner in the form of l ntag APPLE PIES I 39 C
notes from the two girls, !: ; each
SALON and twelve to whom the class I 5hn9lo
sends spending money each month
I
AVENUE Mrs. Charles E. Reynolds, pro- MI. 3TSH.SS Special! June Parker Brown 'N'Serve

605 STUART COLORADO FLORID the gram Martin following chairman Mrs Jessie: ,Mrs was Williams. Nellie assisted, Mrs.Ann by r..-.: miiim:; ,SiUogj iiji ----- -=: EVARMLk\ 6 1J'i1? 77C TWIN ROLLS 2 : 11 39c fsuNNYimooK LARGE'Special

Open Mon thru Sat. Gladys Grabh Mrs Charles Butts, I ('old Mreum Special! Jane Parker GRADE A FLORIDAEGGS

7:30: a.m. 5:30: p.m. Mrs Hall R The II program Turner and was! MrFred entitled 25 G.hon\'- PI.AI iil PINK SALMON .59c:::: RAISIN BREAD... ''i23c II;::;
Called to Be' STAMPS
MARIE US, Owner Mrs. L. C Kicklitcr and Mrs Special! Sc Hollywood' Sprclal Jane Parker .
hostesses, served With thl. Coupon nn ANN IILRLBUT Operator I Edna refreshments Matthews Birthday greetings 2 IUkgs.LE. Binl )Fro/en Baby "I, CANDY BARS Jtl& PECAN 'f 109 39c \
Phone 287-4999 were given to Mrs Z. T. MolcySr W I 011"1' ....
and Mrs J. W. Marson OKRA U pklt'l,46c I Special'! San Powdered Special! ('hed-U-BR American or Pimento.

.------------- I Couronaed thru M.rch T. Mi. 1 1 DETERGENT .. S'49c I.elslelScprdcadd 2 lod lb.J 83c 2"""" 95 c

CONVERSATION PIECE FOR I .t1.! !; !!.:- ;! 1 Special! 3 flavors Daily Special!

r::";= DOG FOOD .... 6 :: 49c Cheese Soup .210' >c.r25c
;

YANKEEGUESTS 25 STAMPS .

I. wasThbkitsBcouep .... ..u....... ., I Prcsli 1 Crisp Escarole, Endive or Juicy CuliforniaBLACKLYE
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46c 'e /
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PEAS 2 l'1 vJ \ r c p sP
ROMAINE LEMONS&ii
: Ceupoe deed that M.rch T.:ML, a T .::1 ti
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Steak $$1.758'oz. I
8oz. Mock Turtle .
: :!....':': } ;; !?!!!

T Bone Steak $$1.25 -
d .1..1. Peanut; Week!

8 Shrimp-Dinner d d . .97 Salted A&P Vacuum Peanuts Packed: \lrglnla 7 Ol'I tan 29c I I Il #d A ,,, 2 "heads 29 c dozen 33c


1 Chicken-Dinner. . . .85 Chocolate Covered ,
\\orthmore
Liver and Onions-Dinner. .75 PEANUTS' S59cl I I EASTERN REGULAR I liTE

.. ..M .MM m m m ... m* .MM mmf Ib.vine
3 to 5 Hot Cakes-Dinner .29 EXTRA SPECIAL POTATOES 1 0 39

2 Pork Chop Dinner . .97 Ripened bag


3oz. Rib Eye Steak Sandwich .45 Tomatoes Lawn Care feature Homestead 6.6.6 Blend Gardeners Delight! New Varieties Weekly

and Loot .25 Premier Growing
2-oz. Jumbo Hot Dog
Lots of $

31!-oz. Hamburger Large Bun .30 CARTON igc Fertilizer 50-lb bag e $1.15 ROSES Buds Blooms and each| 1.IIICKLN .49

Small T-Bone Steak . .97


Baby Hot Dog . . 15 (ICIIf MEArTUNA Or 1IIE SEA: '3 6"c .o.nlortun'f $} SARA l.LLKH/FV Clllf.SI; CAKE ""1 alu-
\ ('ro/ea!Macaroni n 20-ot 69c SARI LfEIRO/rN IJ-ot. 79c s.. ws.T gnaws e a wine ma coaf.wv. e.
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.. L. P'R. BROWNIES '''''' lue
id I Cheese
CSGOODFOOD I
THE SEVEN ,\:BISCOSAMLLA WUIRS: J2pokg... 31 C TARTAR IIHIMAVS SALCKLBAN : ? 40Ja 29c I : C ,

wz \ 5-o,.
rANTSCOFFEEice' Jar 74 C INSTANT:" ('on Lt. "'" jar. $115}

r.uu L'i THIS AD COOl TIIRt iVT. l\I.\RCII1.
) Pan Smooth or Crumby I Chore Saabuni, I Ilk off label CALO CAT FOOD
The Different Stuart Restaurant -PINEAPPLEPeter Open 8:30: A.M. to 6:30 P.M.Monday .
Butter | Instant Coffee Chkkei ,... '', -o-l. can 2/29 thru i Thursday
Come North on VS. No. 1 to 20th St. 1 Lher thkken part.: lot. can J3JKUnej 9 P.l\f. Fri. 8:30: to 7 P.M. SatmE
15 8:30 to ;
f 63c | $11} 6-ot caa 2/JJc :
One Mile From St. Lucie River Bridge I 2 for- 41 c A Ckk.cn part*

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J7"<4181 STUART (na! ) NEWS= Thursday.! March s, I 19 M

I, ,..,...." ... ... -. .! ::i!" ,: : Revival Services Set at

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Broward k Rio Church March 8 to 15

t
RIO BVPTlsr for prayer and mission study The
'
t Marilyn Bonnell Circle will be
in
Rev Joseph (Bob) Dykes of
Perry will he the evangelist during charge of the program. "We Proclaim -
Q .
revival services March IIJ J IS at the ; VictorySunday
Rio Baptist Church: Rev Lewis school begins I'( 945:
SY Y I Stancil pastor of Tropical Farms a.m. with a' class of- Bible study
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-J737 I Bible I Baptist ("Church/ will be in charua for everyone. A goal of 175 ptople. -
Rev. Watkins Is I mecttfollowed oclock will 1 of the music Services will he held present: 'in Sunday school on
Most Complete Store at II
Drug in Co.
Marttn the Women s by II.each night at 7:30: A nursery! will March 8 hat been set by the
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 7:30: JM. 'TIL \9 P.M. To Be Pastor of Op Wednesday Fellowship evening, March I''I, be provided for infants and there workers. Evangelist Dykes will
OPEN SUNDAY 8 /\.1\1..1:30: PAf. 6 PM-9 PM. I 11 I. a covered dish upper will he is ample parking Everyone is in. speak at the morning worship serv-
vited ice at II and at the eventnlJ(11"

held at ft:V) o clock.
\lVV t First Guest t speaker i i A film strip' ship at 7:45. Training Union begins '
Baptist will be Mist Jennie Dotdge of concerning the work
Cleveland, Ohio, widely known < :;.' J' of the Home Missioil Board of the at 6:30: p.m.
international' church leader '\, 'I I Southern Baptist Convention will Revival services will be held
and
; HRSTSliiurl. world traveler.; Everyone is invited I "' .. be shown Wednesday' at 7:45 p.m. each Monday through Saturday
to the supper Bring a foods : during the Prayer and Bible Study at 730::
Rev. Forrest H Watkins ha dish and table service I ".Iour. The church choir will prac. -
accepted a call to the First H iplist Church choir rehearsal i* ni 7 lice at 8:10. OSCIOI SI REEFAIE'1'l1OI11S'Pi
Church of Stuart and will begin pm Friday I : The Womin Missionary Union : ; f 1L,
hn ministry In this church on Taster .. will meet Thursday. at 7::10'' p.m. :
t Sunday March: 29\ ST. JOSFPU CATHOLIC at the! church to continue obscrv : Sunday school will begin this
"II Sunday at 9:4.5, will
morning aid
Wednesday' evening at 730( the nee of the Week of' Prayer for )
;
Masses
Sunday : 7,, 9 and IIa.m. be under the direction of Rev
regular!: mid-week worship service .; weekday Masses: Mmuky I Home Missions i i The ladies of the Charles Bennett
will be held under the leadership, through friday, 8..3Q: ..m" Wednesday -, Vcrna Abrami Circle will be in Rev Durward H. Knight Jr
I ; of Chaplain John. ti. Hudson' \ !: : Emphasis and Friday, 6 p.m. and charge of the" program "We Proclaim will he the speaker at the 11 am.Worship .
will he on the Week of 1 l.ovc They will meet again .
Saturday 7:30 a.m. I service. A church: conference
Prayer for Home Missions, The Friday at I 10 am. at the
:;... Miraculous' Medal Novcnq: fol church will be held immediately of(-
church
monthly buinemeelinl lowing the 6 1'.111.1a Wedncs.. I the service
\ I er morning The purpose -
MM 9 I 'I will be at thin lime also. The youth day Confessions Thursday, 4:30: I of the conference is to Vote
Add t.. ..ho.. ..ppll.ql .....'I and! chancel choir, will rehearse to 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 to 8;30" I RIDIIMIR: LUlllFRiN' I I regarding the return of the pastorfor
a A !\ \ \ w it 8:15: Wednesday evening p.m. in preparation\ for First Fri r the next church year
Mrs. Kitty Jcffers tyill be host- day Manses' on First Friday 83Q: | Wednesday evening. Lenten cervices Pastors office hours'. will beheld
I | Inward COUPON I ass to the Mjhle BoggtM Sunday at Redeemer I,tuneran Church
!
'Ulid I U\ a.m.. jnd.ipm( each Wednesday at thit church
IBmlBII Khanl: cUss. Itt|t her halls\ Tbun-. Stations of the Cross Friday,I East Ocean Boulevard\ are at 7:30: office from 2 to 5. The pastor| may
Me JUNO SIZE I day cvchlng at 145.: 2:3Q: and, 7:30 p.'m. ; o'clock, with Pastor Schroeder I he seen at other: times by\ appointment '
I answering the "Am I An
Ii. question ,
Sunday John
morning Chaplain Holy Name Society meeting on I Heir
SCORE'I M, Hudsonvill oh "Tho Thursday, March S at 745: of God Sunday school There( will be Bible study and
p.m. teachers
ANTI PERSPIRANT I HAIR! D SSINQ II' Great CommisskW', and at. the The Rev Fr McKeown.: pastor of I I I meet after services I prayer at the church each Wed
Sunday '
at 9:15 BibleI
7:45 worship service Sunday. eve' St Helen Church, Vero Beach morning ; nesday night at 745.: : The prayer
class
LIMIT I I LIMIT I ping his Ionic< 't'illIq\ .'cm"lesof will be the speaker i d : !I I held and Sunday school will he. service! is under the direction) of
with
.
I Ooil" .. regular \\or'hipCrv.! Rev Charles Bennett,
associate'
WITH 39c WITH 67c I School of religion for elementary : ices at 10,:10 a.m. Pastor: Schroeder '
COUPON I COUPON.CtlWM The GA'i and Sunbeams will I school children Saturday 910; MISS JENNIE DOIUCE, international church leader and world continues the Lenten series with pastor
CIoIoPft L.pln.. MII 1. INS Bnrint Mwrti a .IM4B9o I meet at the church Monday afternoon *..ip., nigh i school studcntt t Monday traveler, wilt be guest, speaker at the United! Church of Christ "The Sign of the Crass""This
.J !:! FIRST CHURCH OP
___ _ _ at 330.: At 7:30: the Indian 7pmThe Is the Life the Lutheran CHRIST
River Association Jupiter on March 10, and at the Congregational Church Palm CIENtl.U.
Training Union Very Rev Father James P City, on Wednesday March I 11 J. TV program can he viewed each East Ocean .?:
N_I 1 _/ 1 mass meeting will he held at't the Clone wilt conduct a Mission for evening I Cnrvl.iv morning nt 4,1ft nv,. r Blvd Stuart
First Baptist Church in Fort t two weeks starting Sunday ---- -- -._ Channel' 5. VPTV.-Topic' "for'Sunday ;; Sunday rilorning'service at 1 11 J.

| Angular ti Menthol, J I E BED. .4S Pierce The LM Amigns Circle will have March 8.4U FIRST MHHODIsrMuurl for Lasting Peace?" 7:15: p.m., Bible is .""The Other Side of Tomorrow K. I.cs"Man"'+on'sermon subject: March

BARBASOL BOBBIROLLER I a covered dish supper meeting on study with aid of Watchtowcr. Love Without Malice," the Sunday school, Ham. Nursery
Tuesday! at 6:30 the SAINT EPISCOPAL Theme: "Why God's Field Will provided
evening : in Wednesday, March 4: Chancel Lutheran Radio Hour, can be
I SHAVE CREAM I I PERM II !basement of the church with Mrs. Jensen Beach choir rehearsal at 7:30: p.m. Be Productive" heard each Sunday evening at Wednesday Testimonial meeting,
Elaine Cohee at hmtcs! 1 he Dub- Thursday' March 5: 8 p.m.. Thursday, March 5: Persia Circle Monday, 7:30: p.m., Bible study, 7:45 over WSTU 8 Reading .
LIMIT I I LIMIT I home Circle will meet at 8 at the .adult study group will meet at the home of Mrs. 'Babylon the Great Has Fallen! Each Tuesday evening at 7:30: Room: 282 Fla ler Avenue
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WITH 63 WITH 177 I or a member. The cheruB Friday, March 6, Pcrpctua and A O Pittman Jr at 9:30: a.m. The Gods Kingdom Rules!" Pastor Schroeder conducts a Bible :, Monday. through Friday, I 10(
COUPON COUPON and! carol choirs" will meet at the Her$ Companions, Martyrs' of Carthage Wesleyan Service Guild will havea Assemble at Kingdom Hall: forparticipation Class' at the church Everyone am 12:30 4pm : Saturdays, 10 am.
I church Tuesday afternoon at 'J:30 : 6 I'.m.. Hofy Communion 7:30 i in field ministry i : Sut is welcome : p.m.
meeting at
: supper :
I.c.- 11.1.1. M.'h I. II" I foiipon, :xplr.aau.A a. IMI p.m. Christian Science radio
I for rehearsal Indention: "1 hal Our Young Pco- Friday March 6 WSCS District urelay and Sunday, 915; am The Passion Play group is growing "The Bible program,
:
Speaks to You"
Special prayer services for Annie ''le May Witness to Their Faith" Members and friends are invited I may

Annual
I Conference in West l I be heard
IrammJT 1 1 lr wiri COUPON I Armstrong Week of Prayer ofHompMiiiioni -ight breakfast follows to over WSTU, Stuart,
Palm Beach The Sf. MIRY'S FPS'OPALThursday come along to the Passion 14W
junior choir kc at 7:1
U
1I will be held at 9::30a Saturday, March 7.: 9 a.m., bake Play on April 5. If a few more : pm Mondavi
'lBo Botlll, 241DRISTAN' J RED. I.31 .m. Thursday and Friday sale, Jensen Beach Bank: chairmen, will Sunday rehearse, March at 3;8 30 The p.m. March 5: 9 I.m., Holy r sign up there will be enough fora Trust Topic for March 9: "Is Our
: worship Eucharist celebrated by the Rev in. Got) Pig Cnoighr
Mr, A Mace, Mrs. W Hewitt; services will be held bus, if that Is desired. .|
PRELLLIQUID I CONGRFGAITONA 8:45: and 11 Killian Stimpson' ,
5-6 p.m.. Sacrament of Penance. The church is
I a.m., with the pastor Rev. Walter open every day
TABLET I LIQUID SHAMPOO The; Bible Union, Church, past; I Fourth Sunday In I-ent. M rch D Jcssup, delivering the message Friday, March 63pm: ? Girls for meditation and prayer The Smoker ayJ
I Ninth Street' Palm City, hold? 8: 7:10 a.m., Holy Communion: Church school will begin at 10 Friendly Society public is invited to enjoy the rose
LIMIT I I LIMIT I church/ school at 9::45 s.m Judson 9 am. Family Communion; II a.m. Junior and senior M.YF. Saturday March 7: 10 a.m., splay garden WRNWRTRAWWtty< |
WITH 63c WITH Minor I a.m., morning prayer and sermon will Junior choir: II am, children'sconfirmation
S7e
superintendent Morning begin at h:30: p.m. riRf m
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COUPON COUPON I worship Is nt II clock Sermon Father I'eustcr will, give morn- Monday, March \9: The men'prayer class FIRST PRFSBYTFRIANPine
I n R devotions on radio station Sunday, March 8: 7:30 a.m., I lake Drive
I by Rtv lawrn J Sharp,. '"The l I .
1 group \\illmeal) at 7 a m
I -agPe C.ln. Mh I. tlal says explnl N.r.A I. 1M1I Austerity: of the Gospel," VySTU at 1;45 a.ni. March 9-15.Monday Ruth Circle will meet at 8 Holy Eucharist: 915am:: ., Family 9 l.n1.. worship( service: 10 am.
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p.m.
-- - I Sunday evening at 6 o'clock March 9: "7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 10: There will Eucharist and Sunday school; I 11 I Sunday church school (classes for
I I : % 1 ll 1 1J junior and senior high boy andaids vestry mcctmitTucwJay I bo a WSCS, executive a.m., morning prayer and sermon all ages): J Ham I .. worship service d
\ meeting
JIJfm I .JkUccU.10..Za.in.HulyCommumon Monday, March, 9: TJj .m. 6 II
I meet for fellowship, with fatKru t .m. 1 he-Matron s Class.. will p ; p.m. Yoith Fellowship r1d
REO. 4ie Mrs Uia Williams and tiles 1 May I Intention:: "Perseverance meet at 12:30: vestry meeting.Wc.tneduy. Circles 2A and 2B will meet
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I PLANTERSCOCKTAIL I I CHIFFONLIQUID I Wednesday morning (t 10, the All Saints' Guild meeting HostesMS : HirESSFSKingdom I children's. confirmation class; 730:; at the home of s.I Robert Fen- { III L
: Mrs N' B. Feaster and Mrs Hall, Brill Wad p m? adult I confirmation class: Ion Mrs O A Darby will be the
.4 PEANUTS DETERGENT R Han' n. I 7:30 p.m? senior choir. co.hostess
I Thursday, 7:10 p.m? Theocratic: All Episcopal Churchwomen repicmbcr Circle 3 will meet on Tuesday vPrj
LIMIT I I LIMIT I 11"1 S.\LFRNo'SotrrllFRS Ministry School: 8:30 p.m., service -, the meeting and luncheonon March 10 at 8 p.m. at the home of a ay
WITH i6e WITH 38c METHODIST meeting Theme: "Conducting Thursday Mann 12 at 10 am. Mrs Robert Tatjc OIL
I COUPON Ourselves Worthily of the pooej DRUM it. .
COUPON I Morning worhipCrvice will There will be a study group at
News"Sunday I
'c._. .. .. I The Progressive Bull Moose the church on Sunday. March 8
C PIn. n.r.A 1M' fenmi' '..Hr.. Miink (, 4 begin Sunday morning at 910: ,
f 1111 discourse You forgot bra
6pm? public Party was organized by Theodore at 7 p.m? the subject will he The cm prevent a
I -- -- ---I The Knight patlof Jr, ,will Rev bring Durward the message H by E. Uorino Theme: "What Hope Roosevelt in August 1912 .!Lord. Christian Faith_ and Life," bjr wing a flrt iiff lrntr!,

rammJl I| Inward COUPON 1 1 Sunday: school will follow the

I 1I I morning worship nt 1045( : and
ISO AEROOL LUll! n"ZE I I I. under the direction of

GLADE J 1 Woodson. Winston!
POLIQENT rpwqrlh l-eagye will meet this
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WITH 5 3c i WITH MM, 3'C "YOU DO I Fvcning: worship service will be
I COUPON I COUPON | I r held at thff church begmninn at
: AND I'LL. I 7::10. Rev It J. Wilson<; of West\
Coupon t'nlm Marrk 1, 1M< I r .p ,il f plrM' My.* *, lt,4 Palm Beach will be !guest speaker

; ; A church conference.: will he held
rTfltII1L1i1J: ; II Inward I lID! I (censored) I service.Immediately after the evening
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I (So ST. JOSEPH I I Ill!. in I : What's wrong man? Wednesday Prayer' service at 7:30.: i h Teacher held each tramicia I 'K'''' ar La

ASPIRINIOTTLE LAVORIS GQ big, liqhilitv film for this
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LIMIT I LIMIT I : Cuss >v q r 4 s NYpn't{ primary students! ,

COUPON WITH 41C 1 COUPON WITH 63e I I help when Y Q Q get INDUS RHFR I

I caught being under UNITARIAN FFIIOUSlnP
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Community)' Center. 742 Seaway;
I liability fire torna- I, Drive Fort Pierce Beach. Fellowship -
Inward COUPON H I _i BI I I Sunday 'school even Sunday ,
do, hail or IIIStplain at 10 am Dr William J. Armsis I
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PROTOOTHBRUSHES I BATTERIES ? Sunday, March 8, nuhiect: "The

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I _I the Fellowship at the home of Oliver 'HOW DO YOU MANAGE
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COUPON 487Cimi I COUPON FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING I March 15: Sermon topic 'Lamps

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,. TRINITY METHODISTPLANS TIlE STUART 11(I t I. ida NEWS
'ft' Lions to Hold : DEDICATION Thursday Mat, i II, j, 1964 1-C 1

'JENSEN BEACH NEWS The dedication of Trinity Meth- ,. ........ !I
odist Church on Arch Street in I INVESTMENT
MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correipoodtnl AT 7.17M' Ladies NightLadies South Jensen Beach will take place Holiday Trailer
,)n Sunday, March 1 1WSCS <
a.- of Jensen Beach
night
LI"n ('tubiII be held on Wednesday \\ Ii I. SPONSOR! :' Park News Notes I
Community Church Guild Plans March 18 at Seymour'i. BAKE SALE MU'Rn\\'

Inn with Wally Gardner as chairman On Saturday March 7. the _By_ II.R.1R.I.N___ DIAMONDS I
Silver Tea and Fashion ShowA He will be assisted by Lions I Women's Service will Society; ot I II bake Christian saleat .__ p s r Nralif, 4''
Weiss Ed sponsor Feb. :< ,
James Dean William with f On tlu nnual Holulax\
silver tea and fashion show will conclude with a grand finale Schmidt bJ Miller and Homer Mrs.the C.community C Melton center in charge Park ladies his. h.'n' was held I
will be held at the Jensen Beach entitled "The Easter' Parade" Other Archambeault Forty-five worm gaveled to the
Church at this affair Port St. Lucie ( "'"mry Club where
Community on Tuesday entertainment will alllO\ be featured A special guest PERSONALS:
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March 10 from 2 to 4 p.m. This will be International Councilor Jerry a delicious luachc.it was Ilene.!
AND OTI lEU
throughout t h e afternoon, all after which played THE l FOLLOWING LIST OF DIAMONDS
promises to be in outstanding Doyle, who will initiate new Mrs. Frances Urquh.irt of Arch gin were
under the chairmanship of Mrs. Mrs Charles I neat, and Mrs. IM
event on the seasons calendarfor members.All Street was hostss on Monday.! Feb
the Ladies Aid Guild of the Arleen Woodruff, members of the Lions Club 24 at a dessert-curd parts at her Thompson were the winners ol GEMS ARE FROM INSTATES PRIVATE OWNERS AND
church which is sponsoring! the and residents of the Jensen Beach home honoring Mrs. Alice Priceon prizes donated! I h Mrs Marth.i
event R1VFRSIDE IKVILtK PARK area are reminded of the Gas-O- her birthda\ I Invited to participate Wcdlakc BANKRUPT STOCKS.VB GUARANTEE QUALITY.
An Easter motif will be featured 1O HOLD HOBBY SIIOW Rama on March 28 at Chick York's! in this festive occasion were: Mr and Mrs ( hates Fick ol
in the decorating as well as in Members of Riverside Trailer gas station, sponsored by the MM Bessie; Heppe Mr. Hazel Baldwin U>nn |h'' ,nd, N. Y., have CARAT WEIGHT WHERE GIVEN AND VALUE. CERTIFIED
the fashions, which will be shown Park will hold a hobby show in local club.District. Vincent. Mrs Helen Richardson rented a trailer m the park anilwill
t by Helen's and Maxinc's Dress' the recreation room of the parkon I Mrs. Florence Henry Mn Frances be here .ii lust for anolht'rweek. APPRAISAL ACCOMPANIES EACH ARTICL1
Shop and modeled by members of Monday March 9, with Mrs. Meeting Hubbell. Mrs Fdna Robbins, .
the church Mrs Leah Woods Mrs Lit Docket, BY US OR THROUGH
will Elizabeth Hartley as chairman. Held Here Sunday of Mcrchantvillc. N. J. who is the Mr. and Mrs \\'. Goat left the FINANCING ARRANGED
Mrs Julia Wood act as narrator All are welcome to attend the
for the fashion show, which house guest of Mrs Woods: Mrs park for Oslvimille, N. J. Ttu>\ VAT!'
show Refreshments Will be served ARE FINAL. Pill
BANK. ALL SALES
Numerous out-of-town guests attended Orleana Braun, Mrs; Elsie Taylor. stopped on the .ito\ see Cypress YOUR
from 10 a m on. the district meeting ol f and the honor guest Mrs Alice Gardens.Mr. .
ANNOUNCING:' World War I Auxiliary on Sunday Price. SHOWING ARRANGED BY APPOINTMENT.ITEM .
RUTII (IRCLE 'J() Ml IT: Feb. 23 at the community center and Mrs J.-RuppeN of
REOPENINGMIRELAINE Mr and Mrs Francis; Quirk oSmclhport Worcester. Miss will tour Hon
Ruth Circle of the Methodist .
Trinity
Pa., have been recent kit Sun-
the
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: KENNELS: Church will hold its regular Among them were Mr. Frances house of Mr. and Mrs. A
guests day.
monthly meeting on Monday di Ve r 0 I
John R. 1I000leyf1'I'! Henry, resided M. Anderson of Coconut Road.
March 9 at I 1.'t lI pm Beach who over the meet James \'en and his sister, Doris.
Week
diamonds
Day Twin
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. Boarding NO. 241F. Twin diamond cocktail ring in white gold.
ing.; Mrs. Mary Freeman, president i- \\ASII SULRIUY' front Elk 1"1 S. D 1 arrived Sun
ti Mouth Barbara Ann Ilndsry of the Fort Pierce Auxiliary,;; CAR day and will spend the month ol weigh 1 1.08 carats and setting has 8 smaller diamonds weighing .16 carets
1 Obedience Training Mrs Grace Robinson, Vero Beach,, On Saturday March 7 from 9 March in the i,irk This is their $323.00
SECRETARIAL SERVICE and Mrs. Eunice Macintosh, past t a.m. until 4 p m, there will be I first visit to I lorula.Last .
Grooming Te hint, IllptnllnnAot.r department president, West Palm a car-wash at Robert Texaco Sta ITEM No. 2 "F. Ilk white gold dinner ring Princess style set with 3 center
5401 S. Federal lllghwiy iw l-lrk.li t Wlnirixnuihln.> ..d "llrlltrrr* Beach. lion sponsored by the Youth I'el- Th"'I.at"' the regular diamonds weighing( .80 carats and 24 smaller diamonds weighing over I U
Fort Pierce Phone 464-3378 j Phone AI 7-4637 The next district meeting will low ship of Jensen Beach Community weekly "politick supper, Joe Mueller carat Aciy brilliant ring. $385.00
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be hell at West Palm Beach on Church. hud as his {guests a violin and
May 24 at which lime election of piano) ensemble ,Consisting of Mrs ITEM No. 187F. Brilliant white gold dinner ring set with 3 large center
officers for the district will be ORCHIDS MAKE I L Phelps, \lr\ Von Jourdan, diamonds!! weighing ',j carat and 16 smaller diamonds weighing over V4
HOUSE! PLANTS Mrs. R O Yosi md Mr. and Mrs. I
IDEAL: : $390.00
Where this emblem h displayed, you are held. Perkins. After! dinner the ensemble carat
assured of the finest insurance servicein Mrs. Henry will again visit the Raising orchids as an indoor rendered .1 I number of selections
local Auxiliary at the March 6 gardening hobby; not as expensiveas much to the of all ITEM No. 142F. 14k white gold dinner ring very tastefully designed with
delight
; the land. meeting, this visit being includedin you may think present. I 3 center diamonds weighing I lay: carats and 16 smaller diamonds weighing:
her annual tour of inspection.A Dr Tom Sheehan, Florida Ag 1 .68 carats. A real buy at $635.00
bake sale has been plannedfor ricultural Experiment Station horticulturist Mr. and Mrs O. Hull, superintendent '
Saturday, March 14 at Jensen point out that purple ol Sunken! Meadows ITEM No. 74M. Mans 14k yellow gold diamond ring. Diamond Is modern
Beach Bank Building. Mrs. Orlee and butterfly are well-known- State Park on the North Shore brilliant\ cut weighing 2.20 carats. $865.00
Ecklund! and Mrs. Rose Alpctci chids that make ideal hou'ICholdplantR of Long Island!. N. Y., visited with
will be in charge.A if planted in one of three Mr and Mrs Charles Benson on ITEM 5C34. Beautiful antique yellow gold ring set with 9 fine diamonds
s curd party has been Ret for (organic sub'l.mcefir bark, os Saturday ullmioon. weighing 1<* carats. $330.00
March 19 at the community center mundu fiber or tree fern.
s but final arrangements have Since the sire of the containerwill of Mr.the and Charles Mrs I melcmuns(i i. Oglcsby, return guests\ ITEM No. 4312.( Beautiful star sapphire with very distinct star set in antique

not been compleled.Lrmcheou.Card. limit the growth of the orchid ed home to Kockville Center, N. 16-prong setting This fine gem measures 12x13l/jjmm. $1750.00
a four-inch (pot in best if a single Y., last Thursday.
Party bloom is desired while several ITEM No. 58. Platinum sohtaiie diamond ring. Diamond is brilliant modern
\ plants in a large container will provide The Holiday team lost the cut weighing 2.95 carats. This U way below current market replacement
Draws Large Crowd a more massive effect. Round Rohm Tournament of shuffleboard cost. $2225.00
W. B. TILTONSince to the Martin Park players -
A capacity crowd attended Tues thelunchcroncard 1IONFY I IS MAJOR last week ITEM No. 278. 14k white gold solitaire engagement ring. Diamond it
party given on FLORIDA PRODUCT modern brilliant cut and weighs over Vj; cur at. $285.00
day. Feb. 23 by the Jensen Beach Mr and Mrs Ray E Mhcrg :
1921INSURANCE Women' Association! at its club. Florida beekeepers m t 1963 sold of Elk Point S. U, who have
house in South Jensen Beach 20,9tKMK) ( )() pounds of honey. The spent the past two months in the ITEM No. 194F. Twin matcher brilliant diamonds In a modern ring setting.
Mrs Frances Hubbell president value of lust year's crop WD $3,- park left Monday for their home. i Twin diamonds weigh 1.37 carats 4 smaller side diamonds. $495.00
AGENCYJENSEN of the organization was 81,000()() () ) third highest in the na Mr. Solherg is International Harvester -
3 fine diamonds and
lion ITEM BET, Platinum bracelet containing marquise
She dealer in Elk Point.
chairman of the affair. was
BEACH AT 7-1411 assisted in the food preparation Honey production has jumped 151 round and square cut diamonds.: This Is exceptionally brilliant and
by Mrs. Helen Richardson Mrs. in the past five yean from I 15. Mr. und Mrs E. Ptcffers ol I fine piece. Priced way below current market replacement price for quick
---------- ------. 1958 with Oyster Boy N. Y., have returned sale. $1850.00ITEM
Fadina Price, Mrs. Edna Robbins, 600,000 pounds In a .
and Mrs. Florence Henry; and in cash value of $2.900,000)( ))) to the home to the colder Northeast.
the dining room by Mrs. Myrtle bumper crop of last year Arthur Panels find his friend, No. 139. Solitaire diamond engagcmmt'ring.. Diamond Is modern 3 f fi
\\1 Whitman. Mrs. Ill Slaplei. i Mrs,. Florida beekeepers sold the I r William Patton, both of Rumson, brilliant cut and weighs .93 carat. $243.00
Y s Orleana Braun Mrs.;Judy Yacger- well-known citrus, GII II/berry, saw N. J., have been visiting with Ar
1 t v! line and Mrs. Marie Elliott.A palmetto and tupelo honey at an thur's grandmother, Mrs. Ann 11-
special prize was won by Mrs. average of 18.4 cents per pound, Panels. They are now in Fort ITI
Mary Hopkins and door prizes by which is above the national price Lauderdale and will remain (there
Airs Sophia Thompson, Mrs. Hazel average/ and almost a cent over For two weeks. They will returno DIAMOND PRICES ARE ADVANCING RAPIDLY IN ALL WORLD MARKETS.
Heritage and Mrs. Grace Lewis 1962. the nark for a short time before INVESTMENTS MADE NOW WILL UNDOUBTEDLY INCREASE CONSIDER.
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going home. I ABLY IN VALUE.

Mrs L.. Scheele, daughter of]
,. 1( r PI 'f'l" I 01 JI Inlllr'I' 1I.i-
tin lea Thompson hits been via.Ping .. '" I.
here for about two weeks.

'r I loth returned to Jackson, Mich, ITEM No. 31 Solitaire engagement ring in white gold modern setting Diamond

Intriguing Hair Styles on Tuesday is fine modern cut weighing 1.70 carats. This is under current market

::: Mrs. D. Willis, daughter/ of Airs replacement cost $1095.00
by 3 Beauty Experts \ lauser, has returned to Jackson,
of unusual brilliance. Fine
ilich Mrs Hauscr will remain ITEM II. M. ESTATE. Unset loose diamond
I ere for about two weeks visiting i modern cut. Weighs 1.39 carets Buy this and put It away or mount it as
I .ith Mrs. Seward., before return-I investment. $585.00
xri home.
IDg ITEM No. I.A.O. ESTATE. Fine marquise cut diamond ring In platinum
I Mr. Mel Mrs. C. S. Arthur spent setting. Diamond weighs 2 carats. Setting has smaller marquise diamondon I
i i the weekend at Fort Laudcrdulc i carat 2100.00
each tide weighing I/a
LUHR'S JERSEY SEA SKIFFS
Mrs. Martha Wed lake visited
ITEM No. 106. Brilliant modern cut diamond solitaire In white gold setting.
wllh her sister, Mrs France:
"The Ideal Boat for Florida JVaters"WOOD'S acqucs and her brother, Jack Diamond weighs 116 carets This i II a beauty. $879.00

>Duncan, both of Fort LuuiJurdalc ITEM No. 164M. 14k white gold! circle brooch containing 30 full cut diamonds
ond her brother, Jim Duncan of
utYS IQIiII' 395.00
: 165 carats.
COVEAT Pompano, four days last week. weighing
I ITEM No. 306. 168 carats diamond engagement ring. Fine color brilliantcut
TIlE EAST END OF TilE PALM CITY BRIDGE I The latest weapon in the war and set In setting containing 16 small diamonds weighing .22 carat. Exceptionally .
LOIS KRISTOIFEKSEN Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. gainst forest fires is a sand castig beautiful\ ring. $795.00
J PHONE SIXART) AREA CODE 306, TEL. 287-1298 I' NElL WALTON machine capable of diggingnd
Used Boats PAULINE SIGNA thru Saturday PIIONE 287-4453 throwing \100( cubic: feet of ITEM No. 404. Emerald cut fine quality diamond engagement ring. Diamond
I.t See Our Good and a minute.. weighs Hi carats and is set with baquette side diamonds. See this$1095.10ITEM
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No. 258F Ladles fancy rIng in 14k white gold set with 2 diamonds
weighing l/n carat and 22 small diamonds weighing .44 carat. A beautiful

There Is No Substitute For Accuracy ring at a very low price. $293.00

ITEM No. 207F 14k white gold cocktail ring containing 3 brilliant diamonds
weighing 1.98 carets and 20 smaller diamonds weighing .62 carat. This
gorgeous ring could not be duplicated at less than twice this price. $985.00

.'. ] .,.. I J ITEM No, 2392. Platinum ring containing a fine color Canary diamond
( .. ". weighing about 2 carats and 46 small diamonds.: This is a collectors piece
and a tIne investment. $1690.00

ITEM No. II.M. 13. Brilliant modern engagement ring In white gold. Center
diamond is modern brilliant cut weighing 138 carats The setting is set

at today's price with 6 smaller.. diamonds This is considerably under current market re
Today's prescription placement price. $895.00

ITEM No. 194MC. 22 jewel Hamilton wrist watch in 14k white gold set with

what the millionaire of 20 72 round and baquette cut diamonds weighing 2.40 carats This is brand
r delivers to you new and could not be duplicated for much more than this price. $890.00

ITEM L.B. ESTATE. Platinum engagement ring with .80 carat brilliant
modern cut diamond. Mounting contains 18 smaller diamonds weighing
years! ago could not buy at any price! about 33 carat. $485.00

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THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP

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10,48.k., .. North Richard A. to AIK
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l.o.Anl'.k: *r lliMlr' ..? S..' I... .. fI Is Miami Uiaovorad, JQ I I..,'. II..... township lange
E..nln. 10 Movlr. ""I", .'. Ho" fl,. I 10.U Pliiln, if. 'ili* Work I ) --7 I ,M..v"110 lth.. Wo,)*.llrnvoItiZO U Uo..."",.". of too PoopM t,*-I Loomis k.iua E K8,0)0( () division $!SX()()

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l I" Mo,). lit Mi, "Ok1.hom. KI4'a Moo... Mom./ In lidl, .n." 0,48-10. Milk That. .par....... Spooti 11 8l.rl.Kht Thtatr, - - .too-4.I N.... 11'.*... Bpona Czclcski Lot 5, block I I. Tropic gcr lots 14 16 and IK hl".1 I Iliolilin ,, "
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N.... W........ (,... 1I.2SM".I... Homrlioily. lip ThornIlk. IrtIS-11 Nlithtwatoh Show WOo tliBO 'I 1'.1"' Faun Fry to tdwnrd 1 I. Dunklc- 1 Harry Osiimn to Royal Ana: I,.
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.,,30N.*.* ..00-4.' K. Woo ..'. .. .i '-11 Moo.>. H. S .,ilS-7 SaahiintI burger! Property
t Huntl.) ,-Hrlrlil), RmoHIt 1 N' w Wont tb.r 10 Movie. 1h. luUH) of TdillfIi0 Continental.. Claoaroaaitia ". nOl's. N_.. W..III, worW Gomez Grant $3,000 sections 10. II. 12. M 14 \ 'Ii i,
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l .m lnic *>"t.eI.I. !. Movl N. S (: and Mn ,211-4, Wvathar Bessie i A Shepherd to Ruby
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"fC-t, ) D.Mk Vafr.y)" !).,. N | "" 10 Mo..)._ Plat A of [Indiantown 2050.
',,3G1'1.' ... T .... -4 )I... In Spanlak ., tk Oold) Coaott4S 40 S. 41 C. n'n."I"1
o Hu.k..be. )Io4 .iBS 11 1'1.' .. and W..... II Nlvht LI? ship range
I HantW-BrlnkUr Bwartf .. 7 aunabln) A........ ...... War.
7 $o'ooi.b loll)... Moral Tiuo-* farm Alnana. -4 Naw.-WaJwr .. St. Lucie Lands, Inc. to
II Dial Art OfMTi3O N.' ... Wwtlm of tk Oold Ct..t5,41s f,il_4 Rnnrlra S.....l.r, "Outlln of 7 ('..tonn. 5,00-I.: ,III..... WnthorflOOv4 II 11I_. ren A. Cameron. IM, 13. Sea Gate Margaret Har lad to h r .1, 1Pcl 1/i k
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Cranktt I III. A.' II N's. T.OO- man Jr. Properly in KM
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S.7 Ihr Vlnrlnlmi ai4O-in Arm4 Fon** Ti*'-12 Corn dr' Time 4 Voil :' Harbor. 52,600.Stuart.Martin..
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ti30-4 T.ll I It T*.n. Cckwr* bill Mia teouwT Rtirlk"II ) 6 lli>".lon. OMlily) M P.. Am.'..).. Lomady Tim. r,30-4-7 Mr. 1'1.' .... Gardens Construction Company
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10-U' rtk, F, DiuikWr" I 7'> (iir.osIS II Ion.)* Th.o'ni.. : rD: \il4e'l.1r.h'.ho. The Hohc Sound Compan: i 10:
ll|) kv>r Patrol) o-10 "MarJaiU. Morntlont Lots tl and M, block 2. River
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7-Kunloimc'* "O4 r...word N W...t.r..l Th..tr.II ,00Con.p.1, (artoona' ...,.ItoeA *__4 COPIOuS, Kantaro 'I..t.''O .'. Point: 55.400.Palm ** Harold C. White. lx>ts I U(, .In.1,

in-IJ l>n i ....ir ,.1 Fnylurod Hlrk.r.Idll '. Tioa-II Oomrily Tim 7 Hullwlnkl S., Today .'3 -6 y.. lay (Color DanielS. I 1117 Mock 11, Olympia VIalu,
.,iSO-.4 DI.. ), VM D,.. TK PHntownaa. (Oalarl ,,'_Ill 'Arm t.....* on Pirtd* 10 <,...(...I! CanonS 10 Dolaa. CoJeridar.It 7 rrartnn.d. .'II.k"* Beach Company to 3. $250Ernest:! .
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10.11 0... .... Hli.iD.) 1,001J..hld. ?|BO-* AfrUultvnl, a..p.rtV .nl U Hl, Mark Bunrl. Id-lJ Mi link'a ''lrV: Morrcll. Lot 21, High Point.
10 OO 4 l. Ky Bh.* 4 fo_f. i.a Park N. ) ,. iO* 10 Poe.; Klrhard Hoon.. Show
nn : > Pun Club illS K..ll ul or Psllb : =IO Onrd.n PM. 0 00-6.7 R. Wcndemuth to \ .\il-
a 7 lIsv..tlo I HourIII 10-11 iwnna 11..4 In. I... It..... ., t,2O Itl-ll Ireate.t Bhovr on Earth $13.000
ID n* ,30-t ttmarran' (1'',
DI.k Pow.U lh'trIJ a,ISO. -4 Punworil Tt6S.-t n.",).. Jr....... 7 t Ireiin Hoy ..30-6.' Tod.y Show (Color) Arnold M Bauer to Well Col. cnlme Slattcl! Lot 7. Palnxin
(,h.nnlnIlioo Dr. KIMura) .,,00Cnral O RMIMAdvcnliir I 10 PanAnwrlranaIt 10 B.par4 M-4 Jack Danny 8 Hirhor $2:! I ,1100.Michael .
-....'... 1(_ w..t*_t Irvt. 14-U M/7.IOM 6 Ihritr Chan! 11 Morning Playhoua.. Tille. Powall Tbaalr bert Lots 22 and 23, block ,
00-4 .on Otr.'Iit 4i4 ---10 (artoou C... G Phipps to Susan P
II Nm BUI Hhulft 7 run Club; ., U. j.ite 10'00-4 Tarry Moor dhow Monterey subdivision $1,200.
11,25--.4" Moo)*. "Th Uwtwumt. WMKklrtu .iota..SO-a-7 Jlnmr) Hsf.l Ito.Color n Show> 10 Cuptnln' ) K...._. 7 T.l.mlio. .,"_"..10 4 Mavla ItU"II 'glory of Almndi 7> Our li.ll T.Lphona Man In Wxhlnvton Hour) Arnold M Bauer to Thomas Cochran. Property\ in ,sections, I

II,i30-->.' Twilrht with J,".n. f.'o. 10-li MrHalaa" N' .., ,II Mnrnlnc Mornlni fluyhoiiMSiO PliykOM It 10 Mornlni l' n Amorkan Hlavhona' Il'hid.lrok." I.' Atulv, Wllllumi (,nit w..k.l (rolorl' Oxlello Lots 8 and 9. block 8, and 12 township 40 S.. range ViE
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10 Mov I.. "T. 11 "torl4b ". .._ lr.tx": Coma 1.1)1 I Si30--1 RPM. An..l* ,JO -4 r'a '4i fur Today. Mania:: ) Mill* 11,too-'4.I-7-10 ".w., Wont)... Baorta Monterey
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( Ad.m. oil.) It Bun Hnnni S 'I'h. thrl.lnihi.ri, 11 Mornlni' riuhaiH .ii N... Arnold M Bauer to Gilmer Russell Susan Cochran to Southern
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10.11 Hid) C.. .. IAI'.I' I .,,00-4 Alvin) Hhow 7 Horlion. of Poll .30alu.l... ,'_II N...., Wantkar BportaII East \'i of lot 25 and all lot Meadows Ranch Inc Properl\.
IOi3O10, Top" In I1po.toII B Am. and Andy Movl.. "Thraa KUipa. In tha
10 Cutoon Tint.II 10 Illlil) Talk5t41S *-
1M ,.... Got. Mornln PlmihottMtilS Th. tinin WoodS It Morning Plaroooa. .. 26 block 8, Monterey subdivision. sections I and 12 township\ 411
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OS 11.00--' -7-ia Nawii, Wtatkar. Sport! -10 Unel) Dob Haorpd 11....& 10CO. 4 JI ll,3o"-l-7, To.lor"" '.Itb Johnny Car"T S.. range, '9 P. .s$8*.(000)
t 7 W b. = $1,800
II Non Ray
5:30 -. 8I1 P 11.m.n1 10,00, -4 Lamp lint M, rHt I .:. __
llicit, N..., WaalhM. RwirlaliJV >- Ruff,, .nKwlil( Color) 5 Kalth Son Today 10 Lif., al Ohio. ; : Movla. Till I. tka Kailill. Arnold M Bauer to Alton O -
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II,iSO a Tonlilit' wild Johnny Laraa 11 hcilkr brrbv 10 I rot Hlant UnrntilB Hour Iviao-4 I Lava jarS 12 50-t MonI.I Hun inger. Smokey Says:

"ak666 ISO Mavl.' Patrol". &0,00Qu"k, n.> .w M.OnwS tO,30, -4 look Up an4 tore 7 Mxrv Word Griffin for Word(Color Color) ) Ii Spantan N_. 8. Monterey subdivision. 1100.
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'II Mont.. & HSO-4 MlKkty MOUM 7 ..",...1 I niht" 10 lannoiMO fcrnl 4.0. ._II Mon).
ItO*--II II NltbtwiKk4tO Mavl.. t..T. XL I (ColurlII 10 Hllilo Talk II.OG-t 12 Murnln Mocoy.' Playbouo -W'i'n-NF.Sn-A-V-- Corporation of Florida. M<. Hunter! MATCHIS
II 'Fit. Jolionl Camora I
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'-T <'unu>nin>tlon Lot 26. St. Lucie Shores
- - IIt.o-4 Kin Tin 1'1. t Wlr r>rvlc. A WEAWfM.TOOApply --
10 IS I'.). I* HlKht (Color) MAACH It
FRIDAYMARCH *-7 Donnli) th* Men.*** 7 That 1M., S*. 2. $100.S. .
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5 10.IS OrtonnlM) .. tMpr CirtooM It CroAk Wo.. lp Hour ii.-'- Mi..w. Link Color) M';;. B. Jaquith to Lee D. Knhle. I UIT5AFELY ,

1I,3G-4..7 ron Ray GIn' II130 It rlnt 4 Unlv Raptlat. W Ml.ChuM...) WnrlnhoK 10.II Th Objo't I I.A'tora I. (Sam .. Monday ..o.1'11) Lots 3 and 4, block 46, Palm City

MOVE MoralnfBam I. AIMWMM ,..... 6 Movl a'4_10 Rpar Eipiorara tooonn., $900.
( .. Monaaf. ._a'ttil > U Mmnl and C.tll 7 8.. .. of luatlc' .lOw-4 Moo).. Pit aid Mika,
-4 Rt..$... $_.. ... "Lavwy .1.1Gr's. Id Mau fnr Mhut-ma 11,00-.1. N... I Morlf. "Hotnaf omlnn, Pt I Paul Modafferi to Coral Gardens
.. and Kama" II,BO-1 8.,, ,0.. Bmalhm ail V Y.'. Flrot I.opn.oolon (Colo'l Construction Company, Inc.

"IIM-.| ",...... Ikaatr AltfrnoM llullaail ,...11..Non's K." ,. A't.m.1II block 21 section
13,00-4 Sky Klnr It Mo.l. Lov.r. and Lollipop. Lots 13 and 14. ,
"iS4-It Non... (Sam a. MoaiUy' ._,)
...OO-4 ", ..1... "Bor On a Dolphin" S n t rr i.'J.. Alt.rno 11,110-4 Truth hoorea or C.for...'hnmoooo0.V .... .* (Color) 12.11-s Movl.. 'A ntir I. Born' Pt I 3. Hibiscus Park suhdivi ion. $100.
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...? THURSDAY Thursday, !March 5, 1964 A Great Blue


Published every Thursday at 1 111. Last -Ocean- Boulevard I And Turquoise Aa

Stuart, Martin County, Florida
Entered is second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida!

MEMBER OF: River FlowingA

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION
'. GREAT "blue and "
turquoise river
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION
"" flows off Martin County coast In fact it
AUDIT BUREAU OP CIRCULATIONS
begins angling away from Florida down around

.. GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS, Editor the south Martin County line, heading north. a
"" LARON H CAIN, Advertising Manager and east on its. way to keep the gram of Ireland -
ears "
: MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two yean .green

$8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these! rules.) THE GULF STREAM Is not constant ,
Anywhere eke in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, .
but current,
a varying pulsing with the push "
Six months $275 tbree mouths $1.75.
of winds a week ago a thousand miles away ,
Foreign and Canadian rates on application here are days when a sailfish craft, trolling .

south at seven or eight/ miles an hour in the .. ,

Stream off St. Lucie Inlet, can keep up that ;, ,
Fair Association pace all day and never move appreciably from p "" ..
Support the County ; us position opposite' the Inlet because of the

swift northbound current .. \ ",1't'J; h ..

Has Done a Fine Job Building It Up -k it ; ,

THERE are other. day when the Stream ,;, "t!''r.. .: ., .j. ""
moves at a sluggish two or three miles an hour, ,y .";" '. ':f#;' ', I5\\

Year by year the Marlin County Fair gets ly two weeks before the fair opening, whichis even occasionally setting landward. It I Is sometimes i" J : : .: ;;1": J1 .
bigger and better, reflecting. the agricultural on next Monday March! 9. close' in, sometimes fur off, but where- ./.' '
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of Be sure .that you show your support by ever it is, the current is always that distinctive ',y '" \l' .. ; '. :, "
background a growing "
county.
the fair least six- '"' 4it' 'Ji! ; "
attending at once during its "Gulf Stream blue ,
Much credit Is due the Martin County March 9.14. There will be ;r. '''f ii/Ii. -' ,
day showing, exhibits "Aso'. '" Y t. "
Fair Association for a bootstraps operationin of citrus. cattle, arts and crafts, home THE COLOR is not contingent the : ;:1,:.:' :: 4 ;' f ,.
which upon ) : '
members went out limb in ad. } i
on a ; /
demonstration work and from .
special displays : .
vance of state aid to borrow funds for permanent all the schools depths. When an eddy of the Gulf Stream t . buildings They kept their sights high invades the shallows, as it occasionally docs ,', :,{ ': ', ;. f :: ,
In addition, there rides, and ", ., : ', ..
and have built a fine fair. are games pushing in to the sea buoy off the inlet, it II" .,r" 'o, t 1k!t;, .. .. ., ...1>. l. \L'
shows in the carnival i
attendant which 't.t.
has ..
returns its color m thirty feet of :
Those permanent exhibit buildings have been given a "clean !billing PS.-If you water, replacing the customary. or forty sea green ,' r y rv, :;> ljfv:;i'4m: : :7 .i"" r : I' ) :
done than : : : :
else .
more ,
anything to the fair
put have any complaints of sharp practices in that waters of the shoals with its dark blue and l.r.Aara'L :/ ; /J* ,, \' ,; .
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on a sound and growing basis This year their connection. register them immediately with indigo and hints of turquoise .Y.pn a t at'la4: s
exhibit paces were completely subscribed near fair officials on the grounds. TilE FINISH! Ol ONE OF HIE RACES AT ST. JOSIPII SCIIOOL'S HELD DAY, HELl FRIDAY, FEB. 28

THE STREAM comes right along shore --

off the Keys, Miami and Palm Beach, giving

those waters to the south of us their marvelous Old Reel Lore

I With Cultural Attractions Booked at colon.is it? But where docs it come from? Why Finding Evokes



: New Auditorium, Let's Show SupportAs EVER. SINCE Ponce de Leon'days, men IHEEDUQRIH Of 'How They Used to Do It'By

have wondered what made it Tow? When the

The Stuart News suggested In an editorial of "Around the World in Eighty Days," to be Spanish explorer headed south' 'on this coast
on Feb, 6, the and in 1511 he was baffled by the current that The opinions expressed those ERNEST LYONS where he got :2 cents a pound for the last six inches of the tip. That
gym stage at the new :
Martin County High School have not had presented April 2, 3. and 4, by the speech, kept )pushing buck his clumsy caravels as he of the writers It rel lettersare his catch. where you get your response w
to
; art, science, shop and printed above a non de plume The other day out in the garage the lure.
wait long to be to good : journalism departments tried to pass Jupiter Inlet. The long slender cane pole,
put advantage I found reel
but without The News knowing an antique vintage Beware of the who
never angler
used dance rind brags
The The proceeds of "Blossom Time' will benefit to a pork- frog
basketball
Tiger team has been ableto 1916, of the that used
the name of the writer. Letters type was about how his rod bends Rods
along the edge of the lily pads,
play home full-sized the school band financially by helping to BACK WHEN Benjamin Franklin was for stuff like and
on "heavy
games a court for sent in anonymously are filed tarpon the black bass catch- that "bend double" are pretty bum
the first time in history, the dedication of the defray the cost t of new uniforms. Postmaster General of the Colonies in 1770, la the waste basket The Editor. big snook back in Stuarts early was ing device greatest ever dreamed up. The rods. Spinning rods and fly rods

new school plant saw an estimated 1,200 persons The staging of both productions, and we took two weeks longer to make the voyage days.It. skilled practitioner of the art made thut are flexible as spaghetti are
put in an appearance. feel sure, the many others which follow .then), he noted that the mail packets from England CONGRESSMAN: OV AU F.I'DSCONGRA1'S had a leather tongue above his own "frogs" from the white in the poor tackle category. Yet.

Now we have the Opera Lyrica of the will benefit the entire Martin County com- from England to New England than did the THAT WON AWARD the spool which you pressed down skin of a salt pork slab carefully strange as it seems, the tackle!
Palm Beaches, Inc, preparing to stage "Blossom munity merchant ships of the day. Timothy Folger, upon the line to act as a drag. It shaving and trimming the lure with dealers have more trouble selling
Time," Sigmund Rombergs delightful Now that we have an auditorium thut is u a Nantucket! sea captain, told Franklin that he Editor Stuart News: was single-action (that is to say the sharpest of knives so that it good rods than bum ones-because .
three-act operetta at the school on Friday credit to our let's show that and the other New England sea captains stayed I was delighted to see in a recent one turn of the reel handle resulted "danced just right." most people have been sold
county we appreciate -
Issue of the National Publisherthe in turn of the spool). A the idea that rod
one on
a should
evening March 6; and Mrs Betty McClure, It Let's have SRO crowds for "Blossom clear of the eastward flow of the Stream, You fished this lure visually, !
about Stuart News' remnant of linen line it have lot of bend
story recognition upon appeared a
Miss Virginia Ray and Johnny Shaw, of the Time," Around the World in Eighty whereas the English did not in the Florida Press Association of the diameter to have keeping your eye on it all the Final tackle tip: Keep the points

MCHS faculty are working on a production Days," and all the shows thut follow contest' with your ad for the been about sixty-pound test time-Us m whiteness the stood out of your hooks needle-sharp.
sepia-colored water
FRANKLIN had Folger plot the course First National Bank This reel, for its time and the -clearly and struck when the lure
of the Stream. and had the Chart engraved and It certainly is a most original fish against which it was used was blacked-out you

printed by the General Post Office in an effort and clever idea. Keep up the good regarded as light tackle If the bass was too big to handle, RadiologicalManitoringals

'Want to 'Throw Away the Crutches'' to speed up the mails between the Colonies work The rods with which such reels you let him take the pole and go, I

und.England . .. .. ,. .... .. Paul Sincerely G, Rogers yours,, VI.C. were used were solid* hickory.." ,i bred retrieving; t *.bojh"*wjicn,.thf\, Ijish; got !

I M''' Florida's Farmers in Opposition to THERE HAVE been many theories as to Washington, D. C. Actually only the elite among The cane pole incidentally/ Course
what mikes! the Gulf Stream. One of the READER SKEPTICAL fishermen around here in those still the most efficient gear for SubjectMartin I
times used rods and reels The speckled perch fishing and for :
earliest and most absurd that there
was was a ABOUT LEAGUE: O*
Federal Aid in handline the standard salt bream confines
Agriculture Picture big hole at the North Pole toward which the WOMEN VOl ERS was water fishing in narrow County Defense
current flowed "to be engulfed into the gear and the cane pole the accepted such as from the cabbage palm has scheduled a training course I
Editor Stuart News: freshwater tackle banks of the headwaters of Florida in radiological monitoring in fall.
Florida farmers are among the leaders in that have made it difficult for agriculture to bowels of the earth whence it flows through I have just learned that an "exploratory Fishing being a snobbish sport creeks out shelters radiological monitoring -
springs and river sources again into the light conference" for prospective is inclination You can brush with
agriculture nation-wide effort to discard the its health there an by those get over it stations and private homes
crutches. the federal government gave them dur regain of diy membership in the Florida who know no better to sneer at and get at hidden holes that you Sections of the course include
ing the depression of the Thirties, according to Lynn, who has spent over fifteen years In League of Women Voters was held such rudimentary tackle. Actually, couldn't possibly reach with a rod familiarization' and use of person
a national farm legislation expert. the Washington office of the nations largest EQUALLY SILLY was the supposition here last week with the chairmanof then as now, the skill of the angler and reel. al and food monitoring, protcc

Jack Lynn, legislative director of the American !general farm organization! said that in spite of that it started at the mouth of the MississippiRiver the stale organization telling was superior to any tackle he Spinning of course, has taken live measures to keep person!
Farm Bureau Federation the clear expression of over I 1,2OOO)() wheat (some old charts so indicate) and was about the functions of the league might use. John Hoffman could over just about the complete. fish net exposure at a minimum, and
was a principal Did she, by any chance, tell the take a handlme and a bait-well of ing field. We used to laugh aboutit other aspects of radiation protcc
farmers
throughout the United Slates in May an extension of the Mississippi and other rivers
.
speaker the
during
two-day Gainesville meet.
group that all policies are suggested fingerling mullet, row up the when the old Hardy of London tion and decontamination
lag of Florida Farm Bureau leaden last week, 1963, we still are confronted' almost weekly flowing into the Gulf of Mexico. and enforced .
promoted by North Fork on the proper tide, and cataloBs in 1 1928 de'ICribedpin. The first class will be at 7tu: (
He said current developments indicate with a new proposal that will get: government small of officers at the for whiffs the Irish lees;
the group return with. 100 or :200 pounds of fling on p m. Wednesday March 4, at the
agriculture "can do very well without government further and further into the operation of commodity SMART FRANkUN, however and most top? big fat spotted sea trout on the Ed Doane and I. at that time. Martin County-Stuart Emergent
help, and Sunshine State farmers are provo programs and more intervention in the mariners and navigators, figured out and According to the Miami Herald same day that a rod and reel par were getting bloody knuckles daily Operating Center on Flaglcr Ave-
ing it." running of every farm in the United States, the theory stilt holds that the stream is of May 11, 196J, "Local and ty in a launch might get none. with the old Pflueger Akron and! flue

Lynn cited U.S. Department of Agriculture Citing President Johnsons farm message "water moving downhill" after being backedup State Leagues of Women Voters The handline artist t, who really Supreme reels and twelvethreadI Anyone over eighteen years old
figures to show Florida farmers marketed to Congress as "a disappointment to farmers," into the Gulf of Mexico by the pulsing trade throughout the U. S. have been knew his stuff could catch big I linen i with Burma cane rods interested in attending this course

crops and livestock worth almost $850,000( ) .000 Lynn said "the President collected all of the winds. authorized by the organizations four to six-pound sheep head on fighting snook jumbo trout and may do so whether a member of
in 1962 while receiving less than $10,000,000 discredited government supply management national board to officially oppose the top of the flood along the tarpon. We thought that spinning Civil Defense! or not. Women an
in government payments proposals already rejected by farmers themselves THE WINDS push sea water against the boycotts against Communist-made pilings of the railroad bridge- tackle was a joke well as men are invited
goods offered for sale in this country but he had be Today i it catches everything For additional information, telephone .
northern of South America and to good
"Farmers know how and the and coast againstthe
to run their own by Congress put them in
The national boards decisionwas from black bass to sailfish :287-1652: or contact .the
businesses," Lynn said, "but the stiff of the his message, dike of Central America and Mexico, up announced bv Mrs John D If you have ever had the experience But there is no "universal" spinning Civil Defense Office in Stuart.

U,S. agricultural ti.u.ion. has grown so largo "Mr. Johnson recommendation for cot through the Yucatan Channel to fill the Gulf Briscoe of Lakesvillc, Conn., at o f shecpshead stealing outfit. My own spinning gear
fiddler crab !baits with rod and
there is a great reluctance to release any ton dairying and wheat are tailored after the of Mexico to overflowing and to keep a varying the biennial meeting. in Washington reel outfit, then have a some starts' with a tiny reel filled with The
patients Brannun pressure on It. Council of the you four pound lest line next governed
National -
defeated plan of 1949 and the wheat of th idea of how quick on the strikea wispy ; : !
He added that the new Administration is certificate plan so overwhelmingly turned down League of Women Voters. Opposition man had to be who was holdinga goes to an eight-pound test outfit; not try to stop this: we should!
continuing to prescribe the same old remedies: (In May of 1963" he added THE ESCAPE valve where this water starts to the boycotts, said Mrs. stout tarred with heavy then to a t"clve-pound test and try and make the self-interest ot
flowing downhill" is the Florida Straits, the Briscoe, is consistent" with the sinker at the e de'an the crab lastly to twenty-pound. which will cads a little more coincident with
narrows between Cuba and the Florida Keys. leagues position that a liberal impaled on one of those! thick, handle just about anything in the that of decent people Samuel
In this area, where it is half I mile deep Its U. S trade policy will best serve stout "hcep head hooks.It sea. There are rods suited to each Butler
speed Is nearly three and one-half knots andit the political economic and individual successively graduated reel and
Florida Bankers' Head Scores Economic curries northward. some 1,000 billion gallonsof interests of this country experts was could amazing do. There what the was top a line size. '" ", '!

I water per hour "Mrs. Briscoe added that the rangy, red-headed Irishman nam- It was amusing the other day AN ,
the
League is also supporting restoration

Illiteracy; Urges Economics TeachingTully THE GULF STREAM has helped many a o f with'most-favored to-nation'trade ed shack Lou down Hitchcock at the who Hole In had the a to read about in a national some kookie sporting claimingto magazine I( ORfgm!
treatment respect
\boatload of Cuban refugees reach American and Poland She Wall when there was only one (I) catch sailfish on four-pound
with Yugoslavia
shores, even lifter engines base broken! downor said the league, will ask for repealof Australian pine on the south shoreof test mono You don't. What you l' f
F Dunlap president of the Florida be Informed about taxes, the budget, govern- small craft been dismasted Section lU of the Trade Ex.pansion the inlet I used! to drop! in there can do is aim the rod at where YOU

Banker's Association, said a mouthful the ment spending, bonds, stocks and the market! Act, 'which was inserted! and occasionally became to familiar dig squirt with clams Lou's the line is going while the boat .._ ....\.., .
other day. He scored our educational system \\ E SPEAK of the Stream veering away fast instructing President Ken chases the sailtish and eventuallyscares
A whole new lunjingc of year method of living while .
economic terms making a it to death but the four- The News takes
for turning out'"economic Illiterates. Another from the coast" at Jupiter Inlet: actually, it nedy to deny 'as !soon as practicable pleasure in extending
lenn for them is "economic idiots" and the must be learned to interpret the ideas of does not, continuing almost due northward trade agreement benefits to he tried to establish a homestead pound test will snap if an arc gets orchids to E C. Wareheim

reference to people who do not know howto modern business, society and )politics. This I.a is while the Florida coastline veers 'to the west any country dominated or controlled times Not every week day Lou but would two or decide three in the line. of Bessemer Sewalls Joint. Julian Field of
handle money big, busy, powerful, economic world We ward. The net result is the same If breakdown by communism. a Properties, and otherson
you needed dollar for
he two There
that a or is tackle for every purpose the Point who worked! out the
"We must strive far more diligently cannot afford to be blind to the need for understanding in the Stream ten miles off St I.ucie "Mrs. Hiskell! Rosenblum, a tobacco lard salt and other necessities ) and it should! be used! for details of financing with Southern
bankers educators and all other thinking citizens it and leaching others Inlet in about four hours tat( normal flow Washington member of the board, He would get a bucket of the purpose for which it is designed Gulf Utilities and voluntarily put
alike-to satisfy the very basic need for It would appear that financial commonsense of five miles un hour) you will be twenty- told the council that a continuing fiddler: crabs and row out to a An Ambassadeur casting rod ip the money to guarantee water
improved economic education said Dunlup might well be taught in the elementaryand live miles east of Fort Pierce. \\ hen you are responsibility of local and the state rocky patch on the half flood i is wonderful for snook but a lit for the Point. If it had not been
"Adults as well as hieh school and college high schools (for those who are not born opposite Jacksonville, you will be 175 milesat leagues is opposition Amendment to so- and using! a handline would catch tie light outfit' is better for bass for their initial action. laying the

students cannot achieve desired success, uneducated with it, of course, and that includes the most of sea and from there on the Stream angles to called 'Liberty repeal of the income tax proposing fifty to 100 pounds of sheepshead, The rod is most important and groundwork, it would have been
in matters as fundamental as those us.) the northeast members knocking off about half an hour the lighter and suffer the better- many years before water reached
If the prospective are" before the top of the flood and for casting flyfishing and spinning Hutchinson Island, a strong probability '
concerning the earning and spending of a A few courses: we can think of are: One interested. in further 'exploration: the tide to Salernois Most of
I rowing on' up the action should be in for 1964 as things look now.
THE of the
IN REGION
1 living Hundred Ways to Make! Money; 'How to Grind Banks off may I suggest that they read How
"The public needs and wants to know Spend More Than You Mike. and Have to Nova Scotia. it runs head on ink the Labrador Far to the left Is the league of

about money, credit, interest rates, tight money Leave Town Ahead of the Sheriff;" "When Current coming down from the Arctic andis Women Voters" by Dr Felix that instead of calling the bridges

loose money, gold, balance of payments, prices!, You're Rich It Doesnt Miller How, Eccentric deflected. : due cast Wittmer the Church which may League be of obtained America for Roosevelt or Washington, the Matthews, Urquhart Are HonoredAt
the discount rate and so on. They must You May Be," and "Money Isni Ever)thing front people-in their fanaticism for
: wages Unless You're Fresh Out of It" IRELAND would be as grim ,nd cold! as 422 N, Prospect Street, Wheaton accuracy-will say "The Ten the Air Force Colorado
: Academy
Iceland and London sheathed with ice most of III. and "Thinking i for Women Cents Roosevelt Bridge" or "The ,
...... We wish Banker Dunlap the greatest success "* by Lucille Carden Cram and! Two Bits Washington Bridge so
the year if it were not for the trade winch blow
: in getting those classes started. P.S. Our ing south of us. Anne Burrows Hamilton. \oull 'be even wormer off thanbefore Two local cadets at the Air Both were accorded the silver
The'Stuart News will furnish photo print entire stuff is enrolling if Coordinator E. B -Interested Reader because the names will i be Force Academy, Colo., have been wreath of distinction to be worn on
of size up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture Horton can get the courses on the adult night WHEN the Stream off Stuart even more longcrer named to the commandant's merit their sleeves
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 classes schedule: moves slow, THOSE BRIDGES WITH Louis Fibish, list for outstanding military achievement Cadet Matthews, a graduate of
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional the winds were mild a week ago: when It SMALL CHANGE NAMES 90 Bank Street Martin County High School anda
print ordered from the same negative at the gushes; at a rapid rate they were huffing and Editor Stuart News: New York N. Y. They are Cadet Paul M. Matthews member of the class of '64, has

same tun. larger sizes by special quotation, One Stuart who puffing more water than usual into the Gulfof The Ten Cents! Bridge is! the Dear Sir: son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon been selected for the position ot
man was a light smoker
Stuart;Newt employee will not take photographs Mexico. F.D.R. or Roosevelt Bridge (Roosevelt We already have one Roosevelt G. Matthews Indiantown Road, squadron athletic officer with. the
before the Surgeon Generals report) now Stuart and would be and Cadet Brian E. Urquhart son rank of
for the news and advertising Dime) and the Two Bits Bridge!! at we cadet first lieutenant.
except News buys rigs by the carton and lights. one off BUT NO ONE yet has explained why it Is Bridge is the Washington Bridge much worserer offer than beforer of Mr and Mrs. Francis D. Urquhart Cadet Urquhart a graduate ot
column of The Stuart the other on the theory that has going to get that particular. distinctive shade of "Gulf (Washington Quarter). with two 205 North Detroit Avenue, Palm Beach County High School,
....... his share before they're banned entirely Stream blue. The only trouble I can foresee The Editor Stuart: i* a member of the class of '66.r .





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.. JUPITER NEWS Candidates for Jupiter Election in Harbor Point, Singer Island
Mr and Mrs, Jotm I ruJ visited l J. and Mn Herbert A i South Africa the Frank Simscrs of Wayne Media. Pa., when they return"
MRS. ANNA MI.NEAR 746-4643
Phone
Correspondent -
Pa, ui Fort Murs for several to the north on Friday!

I p1 1iI"I"0" \ r, a\ ,t' ,...,' .,. Here days last week
:T--i: irii Spoke
Miss ManKnn Smith nationally CHOrtVL GROUP: (V\
Annual Flower Show Is Set I aft
known amileur golfer
Bishop. John A A M.umd! of USE ACCOMPVMST:
Fob 22 for Australia, Miss Smithwill i
Mitoland" bath Africa was spend several month there The Jupiter-Jum>. I r e 'I| ue st .
At Salhaven March 78The th srHikir .it the 1 Thursday' eve-
i will he
on playing exhibition matches i n Choral Group singing' to
'11, Mippu 1 held bthe Episcopal March' in the
many Australian emeu. gather again on : at
It vsinrn nl the C Church of the food '
annual flower show of he the entries are shaping ul' ,Yell "hephinlltrint.ii Mrs. Dale Blcdsoe and her infant Congregational ( hnr>:.h under the
Traveler Palm Garden! Club an they' diet, Mm Meyer! I otkouu and barereturned direction of Stan lmll
: : : : :; )! in enlightening !son. Stephen Edward
;
i
event of March 7 and! 8, promises and her committee on horn,i iiiun \ u1 "niminuw! ot lite in tint far lo their home here from The group is making excellent
to be one of the interesting events also! held! a meeting at her home _IWIIDnllh Protectorate with hieslides M Murysllospit.il. "Steve" IH the progress but ihu: ; ,IK.' still: openings -

of the winter season! Mn John Hardy is. the chairman and lecture. Bishop Matinel! third son in the Blcdsoc! fimilyMr. for more, singus" ,Mrs Kay
The show this year, under! the in charge of artistic displayand loKI of ''the SII Swii/erland! South Dune, pnsuK "n' add that the
k Trumbel Blakeof neeel is I I.n i ui' mompanistIO
John Mrs
chairmanship of Mrs Arse- and present
Mrs Ray Hansen is I thejudges 'Liii Atria ::: ;
nault, will occupy the main audi! chairman.Ir! \ Alfred Hishop Mound told of the work Kcnnett: ) Square:: Pa:, Ml for assist Ulleel I I I Mill DeWle
t Fred! E : Iriduv; The Blake,
torium at Salhuven Mrs: Weeks IH the hostess lor I thi. of the churches among the people the north on ---- -
Wilson! who is the chairman said! judge's luncheon. of their mde penJcnco and etc were the guests of Mr. and! Mrs. 1---
that orchid! bower will be Vance Woodward their brother
an constructed .. votion to education! for all the
1 the will The show chairmen have planned and sister Mr. \Yoodwurd,
on stage. There in law
SIRS! si I \RJIo: ('KOSo" people The first hospital' has recently
be an exhibit of rare flowering trees their 'Symphony of Springto RKIURI STALLS ROBSON 1 AM: CORN IN (been established and the who recently underwent !surgeryat RENEW YOURDRIVCR'S

and shrubs. compete for a state award. The lor Ihl lupner ,is well .I' need! tar doctors is great he said St. Mary's Hospital, is at home LICENSE
The committee on corsages under -; show will be evaluated! ba special ) I Richard stulls I: retired lupitcr tie Cross, former lupiicr mayor. Palm II 'lInty hrsks" were and! recuperating
of show tor thuspurpose and forma, Riviera Beach businessman is in the race for eommissionerJohn DURING YOUR
the leadership of Mn Hobart panel judges .11 I oChlll cafeteria
cI i !
al I oqualified open HtRK: VM: 111I'RERay : :
In all qualiiicd! for the race lorma'or t Brewhakei has a Miss Margaret Cross of Mill BIRTH MONTH
Collins held a workshop I last l ent)-two judgcv in Sun week at the community room and I will take part in the evaluation Mr Stalls said! that' his is from: the south and ward others I with the e. "i Oral SunllllY" prograin. Bissett., FTl) *'3. USN. Valley. Calil, is the guest ol her
: the commissumcr's race sister-in-law I Mrs Mane Cross. lither I
of entries "a conservative platform this I ,,ni 1 s. IhlllY was i mal.e.III' has returned to Newt .' .
t and! North are expected: to qualify! homo the I Intrueoustul Waterway '
Mayor> Jack Rohson ) dale fM the saecine and the hardworking !- Conn, for re'assigrmnent. MrsBassttt on TANKS
Y GA STORAGE Ward Commissioner Commander week iu I I Il'nl Jaycees mode the and! Jennifer lie plan to Mrs. hunk Cross of Trum SEPTIC i
GLIMS-: OF HONOR: re-clcc A concentrated effort is being Conn, is expected! there for
bull
II. B Corwm! are seeking )
voters third s,.Ice III.' done uvallable for join him ut his new assignment CLEANED & REPAIRED !
WAREHOUSE AT DI.SSmr BRIDGL lion to their present posts) made to register all qualified! u visit this week
From the south ward!, Mrs. Ma. in the are*. Registration books everyone Mr. and! Mrs Amos E. lIu 'l'1t ORAlS IIFLDS REPAIRED
the Miss Floy Slurgen and Mw ------- Jr.. and their infant eliiugliur! Amy Mrs. P. C Haynes of Grand!
Storage by I Gertha Slurgen were honor guests Tells ofPrau.Whitney Ruth, ofN csl! hosier. Pa, tire Rapids, who has been the guest: AND RE-LAID
Tuesday al a dessert! bridge at the Will Impact Ihe guests of the A. E B.isselt Sr'sat of her sister". Mrs, I I.. B ('lark,
DayVeek home of Mrs A. l. Johnsrud on Church Leader their home on Center Street and Mr C lurk. Old Jupiter Bridge Cooke's Septic
Loxahalchec River Road The Road hiss returned to her home Ray
:Month Year Misses Slurgen of Indianapolis. Samuel F. McC'latchic of IXIIu, m the north Tank Service 1

USED FURNITURE & Ind.. are spending! the wmtci Ontario, Can, arrived 1 1 hur'llIIY i 7-0651
months with) their si ter.In.! Address Fellowship N R..q'(,,i public relations to join Mrs McC'latchic, who huts I Mrs J.imes Bryce ot Pennock I PHONE AT
'. APPLIANCES lh',1, Point accompanied! her sisters.., Mrs, OR AT 7-9862
) I Frank J. Hubbell and Mr. Hub- rector oi lull & Whitney w i been the guest of her sister Mrs. I
AlA, GOLDEN GATE bell at their home on the river, guest speihi" i .it the recent Jupi I Robert Maihaiie-r. Lighthouse Hugh McRue of_Bernurdsville, N_

Other guests at the bridge were I Miss Jennie M Doldge, Cleve I France and! Italy tcr Worn,m v ( lob UiiKheonMe Drive for several weeks. I
Mrs. Hubbell. Mrs Everett An- land Ohio church leader and! A native of Abilene Kans., giu iicmbe'M and thei i r I
.S. Irm, Mrs A A. Green, Mrs. Fred! world traveler will speak to the she graduated! f from Washburn guests un imight" into the work ui R F. Ghdwln\ III spent the NO INCOME TAX WORRIES!
Michael Mrs John Ziegler, Mrs. Women's Fellowship of the United College, Boston University Columbia .- Pratt & \\ hussy and! Hi pail t ir weekend! with his parents return Contact
Thercse Albrctch Mrs. James C Church of Christ, formerly the Tcuehcr's College and also the spuee' |ioe.ram! telling of the ing to the University of lorielu :
Home Loan Talksby F. Mmcar of Jupiter Mrs W. S I Congregational Church here on studied! at Union Theological impact ol., I IK, $40XX.0( ) ( ) piy Sunday evening

Mcrshon of Lancaster Pa., and! March 10. There will be a potluck Seminary in New York. roll. 1 IK big' plant could! he transformed Mrs "Karin' \\ilkic of Kobe ALICE C. SMITHLICENSED
Mrs. Harry Bradshaw! of Summit luncheon in her honor at I p,m. The author of many articles on into. peace time produelion > Sound is the winter i
don herold N. J. I Miss Doidgc. who was director Christian education and l on trav should defense wink no long spending
months with Mri Vcrnon Iliroug
of thu Christian Education Department el. Miss Doidgc has written two er be" iieiilul, he said
I of the Cleveland Area books "A Church for World I Mrs.. d, I 1\ Moinlm und Mrs at her home on Icqucstii DI ivc. TAX CONSULTANTAT

GR.RPIUS: ) GROUP: Church Federation from 1957 to Chri'lillnoulh study! book" ; Dan Birdn, were htntensev Dec Mr. and Mrs \V S. Mcrshon 7-0408(
Hi k cah'tYno HONORS 1I I RS. 'LARK l2. recently returned! from a and! "Study Guide. on Africa lion of ollucri will he l held til the of his \"ter.Irs! I1ORIDA
of the were guests OK URI1IU: BOX JJ6 POUT SAItKNO,
ten-month tour of overseas mission She will be the guest the Slash, III inciting! The an Jolmn-
l'eto A. L. Johnsrud and! Mr
Mrs. Levi B. Clark was the stations in Iran Pakistan Cey. Women's Fellowship at h mail vvhiii' elephant stile takev
g Marc rod at their home on I oiahiilehe1 ._
whehe1 guest of honor at a surprise! birthday lon India, Nepal Burma Thailand Congregational I Church on I place .at. that meeting uN>. --- -- .. :;:::: -------- = ,. -
( $0 gocdj / party on Wednesday night !, Singapore the Philippines, I 11 I and! will also speak to the women Plans in bung completed! for -- -- =------ ----

,JgII Slint when friends from Grand Rapids Hong Kong, Taiwan Okinawa and! of the Wet Palm Beach Con- \ the annii.il dessert card puny whichis I
Mich, gathered at her h 0 me.Guets I Japan She also visited! England gregational Church. to he held at the Jupiter-Teques.! .-
, were Mr. and! Mrs Ralph la Junior ( 'itueni HuiMmg on Fair
J\J Is The
Bekcrmg. Mrs. Earl Bekcrmg Mrs, March IK I ilucn door pri/cs a\ Casa Going To
Jrll'ct, 12 Edward! Bekcrmg and her mother Chamber Guests Taken on'' well us t.ihle prices add to the

III Q MM Doming now of Sum- interest ol this gala paity Convmitlee
Sands Mr. and! Mrs I L B. Walter member are Mrs WIlliam' COME Slits OUR EXHIBIT
Ingbe.. of Jupiter and Grand Rapids: Trip to Moon by Admiral Suiilcr Mis Edwin Arnold Mrs
Mr. and Mrs John Antoch Mrs, F.J"urLl.llerhury.. Mrs Ruse
oil! OF
and! Mrs. Bill JlrInuiK Billush, Mrs
Mr Sutclilte
ull! Dan Bergsma I Admiral Edward! W Clexloi of the proposed! 1970 trip to the
Kostcn and! Mrs John Korf Grand!, clear to Ihc I Paul 11.inky. Mrs Alvin Butter
held! his audience whet moon. Details were PANELING
Rapids and Stuart and Mn Den I Sr.ell"ound listener and attention neve field Mrs J Howard' ('ox, SirsEdward CHILINGTILES; 0
ntsn1I he talked to a Jupiter lay
me Crafncy of Jupiter _._ 'Tciuesta| Chamber of Com. flagged.[ With a model of the craft Pearson and Mrs. Ci B, DOORS

Oh yes it can- -- -- --- -- --- coerce coffee on "The Trip to the to be used, he explained: the engineering Mondin-- --. ---- ---- FORMICA .
Moon" details which have to b
Saturday morning.
if it's with Admiral Clexton retired! naval 'Foreseen and! conquered! !, the human FOR SALE OTHER BUILDING SUI'I'I.1SCasa \
Ga aviator and engineer was associuled stresses to be studied! and! overconie. \ I

fill with Grumman Aircraft IR After the hlel'.bY'hlep, Home located in I
i iD
,First-Federal-- i the space program for two year I' flight description' ;'he told how Ihe T'
lee 1 following his retirement men would be brought buck I to Stuart near Schools. Lumber CompanyLUMUIiK

BeachHome With vivid word pictures he I earth
of Vero .
VISIT OCR FOUNTAIN look his listeners through each stej I Almost incredible speeds, coupled 3 BFDROOMS, 2 BUI,
For Your Favorite. Drink with the law of physics am I AND GUILDERS SUPPLY
he: geography of the moon all CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
WE SERVE LUNCH
,r'oOall. loans at First Federal of were part of the talk At the close AM HEATING. COMPI.KIE Phone AT 7.0330
Stuart
I. STUART DRUG CORP. Rev. Davis Is Clexton answered! many quetionsfrom SPRINKLER SYSTEM 500 Ii. 7th Street
Vero Beach arc planned! to please .
M1to Lucl. a 1I.,In Dial AT r .IIDTHIii the audience.Meeting
They do not irk and! irritate as do ISt.I aExALL ITOIIE .... _.
.1 .., .,.. =
U Aiding Church in CALL AT 7-0531 ---- --- ':7:' -i-;;'::;:

on.Ice.. many mortgage loans. Held =

First Federal has funds for good! 'MORE' Program --
ProfessionalHcaring I
on. loans on good properties in good! performerr
II1tce. For GoldwaterA CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET-a great highway
locations, and! at today's lowest Aid Service Rev Richard N/. Davis founder
r I BEIE eel i IIIIIal1
available rates Payments can be IVY A. BYRNE, I' and! pastor of Faith United! Church 'Goldwater for President r + nh ItAntthi

'::30. stretched! over 1 H. 20 or 25 years Certified Hearing Aid I of Christ in Clearwater, visited! coffee rally was held at the home
the the People's Congregational Churchof of Christopher i D {
frukle!
cy lie better to talk to them In advance Audlologlst Jupiter this week to assist in Inlet l Beach Colony; 5 ..

and! see just what they can Specialists in Quality Hearing the "MORE" program. pm lust Saturday! i

cytf do for now or in the future. Aids! Batteries, Ear Molds and! Mr Davis brings a fine educational Approximately seventy-five at
" you background to his work in
of All Makes ended! the rally at which speakers
You'll find! First Federal's service Repair the ministry In the lay world he were Roy S. Rood, Rcprcscnla-
.
107 Atlantic Ave, Ft Pierce is a professional singer and! toured live Raymond! Moudry and! Mrs
I asclc. faster and friendlier! and their initial (Opposite St. Luck Bank) lust summer in a road! show of orla Yeaman introduced! by Dr.

charges are low and their interest HOward 1.3035BEER "Carnival" m which Anne Blythe Jack O. W Rash

rates reasonable They're the I and Roy Denton appeared! Kent The Jupiter committee in chargeof
the ;
State University Kent Ohio, from
l, right size to give you valuable advice !. which i he holds bachelor and! > the event was composed of
Chris-
Mr5. Alfred Johnsrud, Mrs
on building! buying and! financing WINE' I master's degrees n his alma mater ophcr D Norton Mrs Bartlett

:ov.'UlL. And! they'll allow you to reduce His bachelor of divinity degreewas Richards! and Mr. Rood r \
J! I earned at Union Theological I,
'UlL! your total interest costs by Seminary in New York City anda -
ofvilh making advance payments on principal I fellowship from University of John Starling of Charlotte N. 4 Malrbw Super Sport Coupe
able. LIQUORSFree Edinburgh took him to Scotland! C. is upending) some.. time here Muliba Door Sedqn
when
you are for a year's study. with his li.ler. Mrs. Myra Lark'ins.
I Rev. Davis served as pastor of I
ell the Kemluorth United Church of(
........ km .... In.uiW o. to ( 0._ Ice Cubes Christ in Buffalo before: startmy Mr. and! Mrs Wilson Clark.. oftcmsclacr r
,l .b...lb..Corporation.r.d.r.l. 1..lnli You -ana"r Mart L.... .liour.< .., I his work. in Clearwater. During I Ind!" are the guests of aw.a
ti.. with any annual lid aM tml Ilhis week. he is meeting nightly Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Clark this I ,
Ol _..... at any randCopyrighted DIAL'AT7 I with committees and! boards of the week I

( 1964)) church Friday night the music w.tal.w"IIrrV.ds
I and! worship committee will b .
: I hosts at a potluck supper in his
I honor On Sunday he will preach Salon/

._Ii WANTA i at both services'
Sunday night Rev. Clark and!
ex.cil1l. COMFORTABLE I Rev. Maynard! Mills will take part + .

MORTGAGE? in a mass meeting of all Congregational ofI
I of Churches in the area at

IlcnIhe If you nad a martian loan loktitld the Union Congregational Churchin I tea.Mslba. '
kur. or Im.rov. your homo, which ,Station WCJglllf
Palm Beach at t-Fmunatr
West CknUU too
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,ern l.lh to Fl. F.d.r.I.5 Voro_'.....bl. will Beauty *)K>" ollverhb14
You can *OT It off In e 1100DELIVERY Rev Robbins Ralph I preach
oathlr laitallBwnta. Rauaaabla intoraol I
Ilr Iln rataa.Phonet Chevelle balanced performance is best!

>: Ilv Vero Beach JO 2-2373 Cheveno lets cbOOl4C Power.
Chevelle means performance' you
v MOFISSIONAlI Passing cornering threading through apltmtY-ltandard 120-bp Six or glide'. C.,peed manllal' ot

>he.: d! FREE I BEAUTY CAREVIRGIN traffic, sudden stops Chevelle excels l95-hp V8-and optional at 3-speed manual tranamla lon.

Iba'lOW. a utra 155-bp Six 220- Knowing how pw'rrotekout
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS .w all around! Chevrolet's new surprise hp, V8, a new 327- u.-ln.V8l! But custom touch, we apackage

& LOANASSOCIATION has what It takes to meet any Chevelle'i performance mean long list of what i ,
all this keep-
By more. Chevclle'* a foot ihortcr Knowing

OF HOLIDAY- !I'\ KINNK: Owner driving challenge: Six or V8 engines. than the big cars. And the space \\ng you from a test drivel

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY OpcralontFRANCKS REDDISH h fiybrKfrU..Co5lsuspenlon-.nd.. Chevel1e the ends,laves not AttTlto'S; Jour Certainly e.hev) not mI .

JoIvet I 2045 14th Ave. Dial JO 2-2373 NETTIE CRISVVLLLNow trim size that makes the most of them! riders like you want a car to ride. rolet dealer 1 tw
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Fret Parking on 15lh Aveaut Make It II "."'ppy \**\* THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet CheveV CI vySCotYaIi'.Corvette

Ion HOURS! 9 to 3 daily, except tt edeMhy with Flowers I Featuring Set then at}your( Chevrolet Showroom

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-- Thiinidav, March g. 1964 course aircraft for radio United repairmen Stales Air ut Force!Kccs' ; i : News for Veterans

tO AIRMANYIUOX HOMEMtAD: ler Airman M 8. Mm Wilcox*. was trained to r' Home Building Section fl]

operate test and repair interphone Issued by Keller
Airman Second ( lass Richard and emergency radio cquipmcnl
C. Wilcox son ol Mr. and Mrs. A gradual of Martin County High .-
BlamtC Wilcox of 921 SW Eli,.. School at Stuart the airman entered .
beth Avenue Jensen Roach u be the .service in April. 1961 RECENT BUILDING PERMITS I Veterans can: build up an Interest World War II veterans betweenJan
i n g reassigned I o Home tead .bearing saving* account without 2 and 9 instead of waiting unUl -
AFB Fla following his gradua NEW lABEliNG LAW (I'eh. 21 through 29)) i' liking a Dingle penny' out of the anniversary dales of each
ON WH"NJrVR>: GUI'SIN their pockets.By !. policy which spreads the pay
PAINTS HARDWARE mtCT 1\t \Rl11 15 Owner l..ririnn Contractor Description Amount merely I authorizing the Veterans :I menus out over a twelve-month

ATlantic 7 363S Be sure to read the tags! and Stuart Administration to hold t their period
City of hold
Korean conflict veteran
labels carefully i if you plan to annual GI insurance dividends they I
.
...... furniture after March 15 can cither build up a n interest non participating policies that do
c.I. Pipe hu) I. K. Row 11 (X) Aliinnimla Avcnua Apostolopoulo Swimming pool fence S 3,000 annual divi
non.1 I Ilapse regular
After that date. libels nnd hang bearing deposit or insure" not provide
(\ PIub.i lu,1IM tigs will give more de.criptive information Martin CountyChurch of their policy because of late I dend payments.The .
rip cut I than they ever hive ,premium payment regular dividends are primarily -
; T. SkvtekElMtrta I before sa>'* Mrs GlaJ Ken of Christ ruthhert Road None Church 6.000 Now that all veteran pol cyholJtn a return to the policy hold

StippIlMr dull, marketing Npccuilisl! with the William Lehman North River Shore 7 homa* Sylvester Residence 16000) have received payment of thcir ers of part of their premium payments -

.. S...... P.r Bt....k DMtorSilll. University of Florida Agricul. Edward Powlok North River Shore None Residence I 11000) 1964 regular GI insurance divlduids since the death rate among
.
Service. in speeded! GI policyholders continues to be
r rMr C hl. Otkon tural Extension a up program
,INDIAN RIVER SALES A table with a sol d walnut top hattie Spurlin Seabreeze Park None Addition 400) during the first two weeks of Jan. lower than the rate upon which

0. Tk Pri. On. Mil Nortk.. and pecan legs can no longer he: Vincent: Waracka Port Salerno None Residence 6000 uary at the request of the President the premiums were established! bylaw
JENSEN lEACHIiEORGE culled "walnut," but must he clussified Pait Pomcinna C.ardcn Stuart Paint and Supply Screen enclosure 700 to bolster the nitiont .

----- I as "w ilnut top" pecan Karoly Phillip West Farm Road None Enclose porch carport 800 omy, they have nearly a econ.I Veterans taking educational or
legs (Covering!! of a blend olnylon decide if they want future training courses under the korean -
Ephriam Cotton Cwhbcrt Road Wagner Residence 7,000) in left with the I have to
and other fiber can no denda paid cash or GI bill may cram or
I longer he described a* "mlon" L. O Beaver Scibrceze Park None Residence 3.000 VA under one of three plans offered : double up classes to reach their

When non-leather material has the I goal, as the deadline for comptot
look of leather. the exact make- John W Keller Martin County -, ins such courses is only one year
I NELSON I up of the fabric must be spelled Retirement Home of the Week: Veterans Service officer, explained I away now Melvin T. Dixon, director -
out on the tag m exact terms the three plans available of the Florida Department
such as imitation leather" ''not to Cl policyholders that will insure of Veterans' Affairs, laid. Congress -
Painting leather," "vinyl coverng: ," or keep ng their policies in force has set Jan. 31, 1965 J as the
upholstered in piastre": 13-bedroom Home Features Airiness and, or, build up an interest.hear- cut-off date for the Korean Readjustment -
I Interior Exterioi I -- ing deposit just like in a bank $ Program of education and
Dial AT 7-0949 JACK A. NUNN One plan it strictly t deposit training for veterans
Licenotd 4 Injured I IN ('o s'r GUARD ... I -- -- --- plan where the veteran asks the Eligible Korean conflict e. -
VA Insurance Center holding Ms erans who have not started their
111111__ Lick A. Nunn aviation oloctncian The first group of /(laurel I policy to leave his future vidends course will now have only twelve
'* male third class. USCG. In the house /number "represents on deport where they will draw months in which to finish them.
I son of Mr. and Mrs George R. the square feet of liva- 9I interest H! can draw from the Eligible veterans may enroll in
Tops In Design Nunn of 209 SW South Street able area in the house; (The account, but deposit can only he schools or colleges: take ,on-the-
Jensen Beach is serving ut the other group it. an office number from policy dividends Should heget job training: enroll in institutional
: Coast Guard Air Station Salem, .) According to Jan Rein- in a financial light, he can authorize on.thc-farm training or other
Mass er, the ,cost of building sucha I the VA to pay a premiumdue I programs which combine school
KINGSIGNS I The station M 'engigcd in air house may be reckoned as for him from the fund. and joh training or select; correspondcnce -
about $10 1 per square: loot, called the
search and rescue operations and A second pi in is courses Veterans receive -
is responsible for patrolmg !the exclusive I of land cost For example credit option and works the same an allowance each monthto
New England ceast from Maine a house numbered a. the deposit plan except it hasa meet part of their training and
to Rhode Island Men and planes 935-1 j would have 925 square built-in protection for the payment living expenses

Hand l ready tl'enty.four hours a I, feet of livable area and of any premiums the vctcrim First step is Jo obtain the necessary -
day to assist. distressed mariners should I cost approximately might neglect to pay before the application forms at the nearest -
NEON SPECIALISTS Recently the station received the $9,350 to build. grace period expires! This account veteran, county !service office.
new jet amphibious helicopter log area and opens ,into tho bed also draws interest and the veteran -
Fort Pierce HOwird 4-1399 "which gives the unit greater search can draw from it.
room hall; t also hal access to the I' ofsugar
total
Of] the world's supply
By IAN REINER PORCH Under both these plans,
and rescue capabilities. garde. through the porch and to upon about two-thirds comes
20x8DEDRM the insured death the principal
Horn No. 936-24 ihe carport through the diningarea. _ 'I \ receives ondeposit from; sugar cane. The other third
beneficiary any money
Its nearness to the ------
For Experienced Airiness and good use of porch is in addition to the principal is derived from sugar beets which
spaceare a special advantage the homemaker i
JL
CompleteAutomotive I Antique featured .on this three.bedroom since such a secluded porch sum of the policy Mr. Keller can climate be- grown successfully in cooler

and one-bath Home No. 936-24, u likely to be the center:: of warm- explained
Ii Repair. ; designed to fit a MWoot lot. weather activities I, 1ITCI.1DNINQIN| L... In addition the VA offers a
under which the
RepalnChason's and Sliding glasa doors at each end This porch is large enough for premium option authorise the Heathcote
policyholder can
of the 24'/i') -foot deep Imng-din- built
RestorationCALL a 'in masonry barbecue anda be the -
dividend to applied on anniversary Nurseries
ing area merge the outdoors with planter The roof over the porch date of the policy toward -
The indoor, and the 8 by' 20-foot could be partially screened and .
of future
payment premiunis.This Architect Dektgned Landscaping
Garage! porch adds actual livable' space partially solid-or the whole porch
docs not provide deposit -
1 option Oriental Design A Specialty.
The roof overhang shelter 'Ith e'expanoe could be in
glazed as a Florida
Dial AT 7-2311 The Steele's interest t. nor can the veteran Line of Ornamental
of well' the Complete
glass as ,as room if added space i I. needed. draw from it.
SERVICE FOR SAFETY front door, which has a decorative Plant Material, "The Indian
41*'41* Smith F.....| Hlihww I flobe Sound 5464M1HJKJN11UUE beside it. The L-shupcd kitchen counter EDROOM I BEDR V" LIVING CARPORT No more regular dividend pay River Area's Oldest Lan capeNunet''t
planter baa the sink (S) under the window I liiI I v J 1 menu will be due GI policyholders -
-- ------ The living area can be cloned with the refrigerator (RF) to the ,,, in 1964 since. in response to Our 38th Vear.Tina
off from the be.JrOt.1I1hull by a right and the range (R) to the left. I .. at-a -g 4 10- the Presidents request, the VA Right off U.S. 1 at LlniMey
folding door (see zigzag on. plan). At the extreme left is a washer paid $214.0K( ).000() in regular 1964 Lumber III Fort Pierce. Phone
; Next to Ibis is a convenient coat dryer (W) handy to the linen closet dividends to some 225.0(>0 World .HOward 5332..
Closet: (with a folding door) next' around the corner. The washer to a height of 7 feet (All other mg. I War I veterans and 4500000( )
ceilings follow the roof linen). An Plans for Home No. 936-24 --------
to the front door. and sink are buck to-back with ;;
.II alternative plan would be to In. I were drawn by architect"Jan) Rein
For greater dewrutive effect the bathroom plumbing for economi-
Mall the ducts under the floor slab : er editor of Florida Homes mugazme -
wall against! the could be cat installation Wall I I cabinets
carport
with wall floor along (The magazine is available
or registers -
panelled in birch/ plywood 0 r: (shown dotted) are against the
the outside walls Still another way at'al'i Book Store or by mailingS
vertical aged wood Also a trough of bathroom wull In the interior cor- I
be of 1 ( ) Street II
of !heating would by means to WOO-Flfty.second
indirect lighting along this wall ner of the kitchen is a space fora
electrical heating coils in the ceil North, St. Petersburg 10, Fla.)
would add to the enjoyment of breakfast table At the hall entrance

ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial his room. oods. are shelves for canned .IIIl! ij Uti ,"' ....... ...... .t<' I Motors Rewound
The K
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by : centrally [
AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamos located in relation to the I The two corner bedroom have I I Home Wiring & Outlets

whole house! It is next to the din-:, crow-ventilation and all three have SOIL! CONSERVATION I Water Pump Repairs

-- --- long most! jalousie from floor windows to ceiling reaching Each al- _p__;,. ., _. __ ..______,___.".'... ---- ,._.. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYMED 4

bedroom has a 4-foot closet The Supervisors' of the Martin Soil era, lupine and clover. Educational

.athrown features a countertop Conservation District urge farmers! technical, and financial help is
washbasin! with cabinets below and and ranchers to consider two conservation also available with this soil conserving
a i good-si7cd linen closet outsideIn
when .
the hall practice planning practice.T
7 is their spring planting programs b e U. S. Soil Conservation;
I Extra storage space providedat First one Is wildlife area improvement Service Stuart, assisting the Mar
the back of the carport by a If there idle land on your tin Soil Conservation District, is
2 by 5 foot closet and a still '
fora farm and ranch and you re a wildlife helping OI I en Edwards Hale
larger closet ((3Vi by 11feet/' ) fan, take action tit preserve Joe Max Dairy, and How HIGBEE ELECTRIC
into the porch. The heaterH
opening their existence. Your county agri-- ard McMillion with conservation
( ) it a warm air furnace, supplying soil conservationist -
cultural agent farm planning and drainage improvements -
happy change heat to the living-dining and ACP office manager can Floyd Jones, SCS 327 OSCF.OLA AT 7-0744
area directly !and to the bedrooms provide educational on site, and technician. working out of the
trough ducts installed above the Financial help respectively. in carIng Stuart office, Is assisting farmer
mil ceiling which it furred down for our furry and feathery" and rancher of Pulm Beach and

friends. Dont delay; this is the Broward counties with land grad- jKJa
METAL I time to make contact !and preparation ing, leveling. and drainage needs

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toa11. W* An Worker In Metal I Second suggestion is to consider The Frigate Constitution hunch P
IF WE DON'T IIAVE IT I
planting summer and winter ed in the Port of Baltimore: in
WE CAN MAKE IT cover crops on land awaiting plant- 1797 it being restored at Pier 4
Ing to citrus and land already in of that port with funds being raised -I
a citrus. Benefits of cover cropping by a nationwide campaign The It b. a short Ill-Inch wsslbsms...
b 1 include addition of fertility and vessel is now a National Historic
wind and water-control, .
humus, Landmark and open to tourists
improved soil structure and aeration -
and moiMire retention. Local Weather scientists say that at '\j
STUART PLUMBING I ISt summer cover include beggar- any given moment tome 2.800 .
METAL WORKS I weed, hairy indigo sesbanm. andaeschynomene thunderstorm are occurring somewhere -

I B. .-*. ATlMtta.. T 0111 StiuH ..and for. winter i t cov- in the world. ,\ ...... Ilk hidp...


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dam longer.coolu M PASTS (SUpSrIPISd| vut*atert* *. PAYMENT INTERNATIONAL MODEL 900 PICKUP
so coou Par. uis.h hetdc )t.t JB( JMtaotly.JWU wok in IM prttr ,
tin food-not tat ewk.Goodbye .wtua mow JUw*and s-iUmip EXPERIENCEYears 100% FinancingIF It'. designed to handle email Joads at ]low coat It coat

S tokotkitehMut M(AHI N..i i l Aua Mo tw .tu*- YOU OWN A LOT less to buy. coats lees to work. Now you don't have to pa/
so MJT0MA15I io4..tdihilThimh knta P Urt hf W*A.hotrk not isanpbtolj of specialized training und study ACREAGE OR HAVE for a bigger pickup than you need.
to lutomMic nntiok urfwn obdna mny-AM and childproof LEASED LAND
The tightftited<4-cyL COMANCHE engine works lot
rungs oolu food **bljr tim whm p* qualify your druggist to dispense today's 2-34 Bedroom Jlomrf ,
ASK
C"aMjr fun ho**. aav WHMD on a gallon of 1Stmnr apringi support hefty load in
d you** t no lti.VI' life and to compound S Lake Cottaxtt tho And the 107
many salng drugs- 6-ft body. in. wheelbase leta you turn
0 UOOERNI TB* MV tloetrit! ps ltlmi.N 1M1 Vacation Home
your ttoctor't prescriptions accurately, I RetirraiCTrt IlosnesRichard and park .!moM Anywhere.
,.. Com in today to 1M U and drive It
.., efficiently.
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j2 Construction Co.

& Ire SNPP.. ,.., r STUART DRUG CORP.AT INC. 511 SOUTH 4tb STREET: FORT PIERCE FLA.

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T L III'a I Updating of Shelter Facilities in




I Martin County Ordered by the Corps


\Vellman i Engineering Inc -
check of buildings constructed ifl
of Lakilji ehitectenginecrthave er the curlier survey were mud'*. --
been. ",',ntcj l to update ,
revision of data huildIngs Permits
existing on Building
buildings 'm u "Iin and nine other'
counts I ih, I 'miner I Corps announced that have been demolished or
modified; and inclusion of a>MItkmiil Total $53,900
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which 1\11 r-kirtda counties which
are hang ,,',i I I (t> the National buildings considered may not habeen Tin building permits were iv' :
previously
FJIII'hdl\ i survey Updating sued In Martin County list week
Program H, "'. ",ducted l"y y the The initial updating p"'lIrlIIi" for a i total of HM9. ,
i Engineers ( ,.d lei, | H. R Parfitt, begun In Septcmber,1963 for D dHillsborough. '., five residential '
permits
were
s district >.I) '11",r announced Pinedas, Sarasola
till Arm I 'v"'"'l'n Muted: In Sop- and Palm Beach Counties, h..u s among the nine! permit 'toned' by I
tomb I1*,,, "llnlJ fallout *helisrsigns been essentially completed) b> three I (the county inspector for a total
on i'II"h" and private buildings architect-engineer firms under contract ot 90.9O( One city pt'rmlt11'
thro h\I"1 t the mat which to the Fngineers. 'tor $3.000. I wM
ntcct mm/ I""",i protection ttundardi -- -- -- -- -,- --
HOIII ON KOI I 1.1'0lR"; -. BURNS: IIU'DON BURNS:' AND !McROBFRTS AT R.U.LY and i,'r\ thich verbal or "written .

pi rmis' ''?n i 10 mark had been Enjoy the Winter Season n

Haydon Burns Plugs Jacksonville Record in TalkA received manager. irom i "'lonel building Parfitt owners said or ,' With a New "Do" from i

The up> lung phase of the fall 8
out sheltei program reauries' re PARK PLAZA
group of some sixty well- cd to the practice of the State Road provide the funds" He said that ward Murray chairman of the ;
wishers and committee member\ Department )in making countiesand many students thus were "unnecessarily Democratic executive committee, BEAUTY SALON r r
welcomed Mayor Haydon Burns of cities, pay> nghtol-way costs branded as failures simply Roscoe Rollins, county camrxngn ANTIQUESBOK.IIT r
Jacksonville candidate for governor whieh are rightly a part; of road because there was not enough/ chairman, who was muster of ceremonies 317 W. OCKAN BLVD. AT 7-MJi w
when he visited l Stuart list t construction costs" Florida i is one money to educate them ; Charles W Leighton, coo \ AND SOLD OWNFRt fiFORGIA IIARDUICKOPERATORSt w
Wednesday afternoon. of only seven stales insisting on Introduced al the 'session were ch..irmani; Rohert Roberts, secretary SENSIBLE( )
Speaking in the communityroom purchase of rights-of-way! by the Mayor Ray Cooke of'Stuart' County I .-treasure! and Edwin A. Fim\ \\ADHA\LS'' PRKIS I 'TI.II.1111: U BARBARA. HUNTER
of the First N,itional Bank counties and cities. he said Commissioner Ed i Miller. Ed I Mcnnjnger Jr publicity director. AIA a.. ..,. ft...|, Dial. AT T-IMt a
Burns said that he hoped for "l'IoridJpopularily," he declared I \ RFCFPTIOMSTl: BETTY II1RDWICK
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even stronger support than I received !., "is putting an increasing '. ---
in Martin County m 1960 burden on real estate taxation by -
when my I;228 votes were second bringing in hundreds of thousandsof L..i a
only to your neighbor, John McCarty's new re.idenlsIoho dilute our r
1269." governmental services' He said i iI iI
Burns who missed the nomination that he would favor use taxes rather is
in I960 by 19000()() ) votes, than increased real estate taxes
claims the lead in the current contest to support education
and it was obvious from the At the same time, he noted, t
trend of his! talk that he regards ways and means must be found to
"Bud" Dickinson of West Palm supply additional funds, not only a
Beach as his closest opponent for education but for such "n..glectcd s
A good deal of hit talk to supporters areas" al aid to the mentally
Wednesday was aimed at retarded, the insane and penal .
refuting alleged remarks by Dick- institutions which he described as I
inson that he had bankrupted hiving no popular appeal!
Jacksonville," "There is no one here who .
Jacksonville has an AA crcdii'I would not hide his head in shame," DREAMS COME .eu
rating," he said, "lt' entire bond-. he said, "after a good look at con.
ed debt i is only $7650000()() an' didons in our mental institutionsor .
amount approved for public improvements realizing the inadequate salaries II
by a referendum in with which we try to keep them
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1962, staffed'
Burns, mayor of t the North In an obvious aside at Dickinson
Florida city for the past fifteen who was chairman of Flori TRUE. COME
years-during hieh time he has da's Committee of 100 last year,
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been president of the U. S, Con- Burns said that "no amount of c *
ference of Mayors and head of the publicity or banquets will bring in Et I
American Mayors Association industry or create new jobs Its ,I I
cited numerous Jacksonville expressway not done by publicity or at the
road and bridge improvements banquet table but by analyzing
examples, of what what you have to offer and selling I r PAID FOR TOO !
I would try' to do for the state as it to industry,"
governor: Lc..charee,1 I that hecy.e4( /
He said that.Florida was lap.ping lack of adequate funds, there is a wt
in the Interstate! Defense deliberate effort made at state- I
Highway system being/ thirty-sev supported Florida universities to I
enth in the filly suttees, and de- "weed out 34 per cent of the students
clared that "If I am elected governor who enter in the first year. ,
one of my first acts will Bums flatly stated that "the' .
he to push for completion of Interstate examinations have been methodi-j ( I i
95 from the dcorgia line cally and deliberately I .
to the heart of Miami create,' a 34 per cent drop-out ratio e'Iuesmpk
Burns said also (hit he would for which the state failed to p 1,
push for Interstate T>, Tampa to
I I
Fort Myers and on to Broward Your Dreams Can Come True Too
County: "and for ''Ml from Sarasota ,
to Stuart; or Fort Pierce." Sheriffs Pushing r
He declared that he was oppos- "

,- Enforcement in ,'f"'a.t r t When You Open a Savings Account


b 1) i\c Citrus TheftsSheriff At First Federal and Add to It


Roy C. Baker of Martin

rr ,Q Count the reported sheriffs i today of on the the citrus-meet Each Pay Day.

producing counties with Les Bes-
,4 scnger, director of Fruit Protection OTIC
----- Division of Florida Citrus
.
Mutual at Kissimme on Wednesday
-::. Feb. 26. Sheriff Bob Buck-
.. els was host at the meeting.
fALL GUY Sheriff Baker stated that over

100 arrests have been made to
tim Fill U for often outdoor a dangerous accidentl date of persons charged with fruit Tomato, potato, and watermilo
If you art protected theft and other violations of the Start Saving Today! growers (find these hard-to.kill in-
with an Etna Lilt Citrus Code, Shenff Baker commented gab no match for CYGON .the
Accident and Health pol. that the progress that has
Insecticide with all these Important
icy, not worry
l1ldoll.nt.h been mad In fighting fruit thievesis
occur I possible through the cooperation advantages.
Avoid financial stress following
an accident this of sheriff of the citrus-pro 0 Kills on contact
Pall-or Call ducing counties, Florida Citrus 1 %
anytima us
for complete Information. Mutual the State Department of i 0 Good residual activity

Agriculture CommiMion,,and the Florida Citrus SAVE BY THE 10th. 0 Systemic the plant action from Inside

R. Johnson Sheriff Baker says, "I want to
assure the citrus growers in Mar. 4 DIVIDEND O Low In hazard-no special

First Federal Building tin County that my departmentwill I RATE PER protective equipment needed
continue in this all-out effortto
AT 7-3366 protect the properties of growers ANNUM 0 Economical-low rates gins
Realtor and Insurance in this county, 1 am sure that effective control
a I our continued efforts along with EARN FROM THE 1st.
ATWI CI30RIr the sheriffs in our neighboring Use
ass IUKTY courser counties will result in even furtheri
Mmo.mn: curtailment of the loss of fruit
.I to citrus thieves."

'1HIME1SYSTEMIC



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i HIT SAVINGS AND LOAN INSECTICIDE


...at pl.nlinal1me to protect potatoes
EDERAL I I ASSN.OF MARTIN CO. from the ravages of leaf
leaf flea
miners, aphids, -hoppers
beetle larvae and WIREWORMS. tomatoes
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME from leaf miners.

Air Conditioned Chapel Your dealer has CYGON and TrllMET'

_we him today.AMERICAN.
U.S. 1-SOUTH OF COLORADO AVENUE
c-::::::: CYANAa,1I D
R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS

Licensed: Funeral Directors Open Daily cun. to 3 pjn. ', II CYANAMID
1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD STUART ) '

e r Friday Evening* 5 p.m. to S p.m. 5180 COMPANY'eachtm


.. UUoar Telephone Aabulucl Senfa AT 7-34M Osraq" ufpaL STUART, $.{(o# 8zit4.t.clth \tltJ( '. .. Closed Saturday Industrial.BouIMrfIt. GItrJI.)

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I-C THE STUART (ffh.) NFWS 'ThntwUy March S, 19(54( ... -


I Directory of Churches


I Organizations DirectoryCIVIC it

PEOPLES CONCREOATIONAL....J *Mt

ORGANIZATIONS AI. C. 8..rd ., 500lni, Ad0ustmu.l REV pee .UAYNtKD Parly I W A. IIIL
AloAaollce. M.ny..uiWH 'h.lrm.-Fred IIh..d.. 10:05: .
'. .., : Church School
4Th. 7 00 Coartaoaeallartla
.. I,tit p.... J U mmunlty, CnuntAataleur I DOl. tl lOO N
Radla' Emergency CerpaOa.ordlnator County M..... CenmlaiKia. IIInmn WOlhl. _
-(ie<'..... Uoiona Cbs. tun.- Mm H,,ih I. K ,II" "hh> I, f II P.. Youth Veeper .I
I"
Ird Thur... a pm.Aalmal "h I T"M 7 HI pm T,'urlh. ." rM ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-Jeaeea

P...... League C: Zoahif and Pmnninf. CeeMleil. STY IOIIIA. FEAHTKB .
Pt.d.nt- Mr. &.rl J. Rleoatra Chlrm.n-J.m. Gaughan J' D1AL-A PRAYER AT 7.21 Suaday
Tuea.. 7:It ,..... bomee School Boor"n..lrm.nIf.n" 7::1 am Holy Communion

....... *. Proleialonal' Wo.....a ClubPr..ld.ntIIdo O Iladred ASSEMBLY OP COD- City .... lamlly Communion sad
N..nntnnodath ind Mon. 7 mil p..... CuuOhoumu C.rh a.ho
,vtOO a.m Binder, S.ho U *0 n. end Sonnet
$ Tue. ttlghte. Flrat NatL Bank Tewa ., Sewalla P.lnt 1 .00 ..m. Mornlnc Wonhfp (iYirSnnd.yHol7 Co..uolo.1

c-.ut Polt.Nrnih. Iot Sb.rnP'"ty M..ol'M..U.. ,10 ".m. Ihure.. Bible .tudr Pmv. W..k D.,.
Owaora A..I..lon lid Wed. S pm.. Town Hall t Coo. p.m. under. Youth gervla* T... .,_T ..... Rely CommnnloB
Pp..Id.nb-. III. )tohrnbiuih i' 7 "Id pm Ev.n..I.u. Bervlc Tburnd.s'-ll am Hol CrnmnnionIFient
- - -
ho.. ; Thuraday Healing Bervlee
.uos. In' Wedn..d., .t FIRST
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 0 BAPISTG S. A.Aveau PridupI am Holy CommunloBUalry
) i
Corel Cardena. CI... Aeeeelatloa ,. ,, I. I\JIOH.
Club af M.rtra Cou.. llUrlB futorSuadey Chunk Fart Plan
proulenv Edmund Ph .I. Republlcaa .70 I Plb.
let .a.... I p.m.. M.C. Agricultural Bide P..lrl.nl-J.m. B. W.taon 11,0'nsa .m.. ."
MaM C. ; : Wednerta*
Republican Women. Club el I B.I.
'_hol'... Auoclatloa .Sm Sund.r School
1'"I.nt-M... John W. Huonop LUTHERAN CHURCH
I 1 OF ST. ANDREW
,Mo._....oa.-.Colonel..uc.n. U. V.. .Rotten ltd 1..... I p.m.. .1..1 N.110.... hank I iO p e.m m. Mornliif Tralnlnc Union Wonlil W. Prion ThOu Bly'. 1'... Luc
O.
H. bIPT PASTOR
.
'. 7. ,.ID. Evenlnz Wanhlp
.. Dub al htPr..d.rMr. C. Democratic E.ecutlve Committee WednMday nm. Suuday School.
.. John W RoawyInd ( halim.n. hriw.rd T. Mi""HY 187.0>I> I .il) p.. Mid.week Frarer Bervlo ".1.... Wo..bl B.rni.e
Moo.. IsO ,.m.. Woman Club Dec Treat Mardee St. Clair )
PALM CITY H >. SOUTHERN
Meeting on cullRELIGIOUS BAPTIST-Clk .1 METH. MISSION
Hlbl.... 1'.... Clvrc Aieeclatloa HUM BY TATUM PaitorI (Meetlnc la Kobe Sound Cl..ic Coaler
Preeldent.-George Mi.Donald - - I RtV. CHABLES Pools
e.m Sunder School)
tat III..., I pal p.m.. viral National Boob ORGANIZATION T' T41T' I tiOO .... MornIng Wonhlp I 7,1,." Song BINtT.>....

Indl.ntowa Clvta Club Clrle1. Frl.ndly Society lilt pro. Tralnlni Union ,... I..nln Worablp
Preildent-Orady Smitb. l...der-Mr.. look Whllloarrrl. 1 ,.,.m. Ev.nlm Wonhlp HOLY CROSII
,tit lIon. I ,... .. I pm. St Mary. tburcb I ,... Wedn..d.. MldwMk Pray XAVIeR CATHOLcd.._
.. .. 1 FENICI
1._ Beach eo...... Club St. JoMpk Guild I Mno.u.-Sondoy., 1i45
am. FIrst
I
Pre.ld.nt-Mra. Calvin Wither il'onnldrot-Mro. Henry B Spanoei FIRST BAPTIST-Port I day. .. ,." Csof.o.lun. bofurn .. .
.,. Wed.... I ,.... J. B Womaae Clul> lot Mon, lpm.. BehoolSt 0 C TAYLOR Footer .
..
ST. .
MARYS
._... Beach Womaa. A..oelatloa Jo.epb Holy Name Society 0 41 0..ID. Sunday Reboot Boulevard Stuart EPISCOPAL (IS Oeea*
... llubbell lan: e.m. Mirnlni
._Mn France I 1..ld.nt-H. Ro.tn.rln Wonhlp The KBV W. B
*....M "0.., 8R 707 ClubhouM I Tbura before lid Sun.. I ,..... School I ::8. ,.m. DiG ROWE J

Junior Woman'. Club _ _ lilO 7tin pm. Ev.nlni Wonhlp. 110- Bill, I ..... u '
Wadneidar
prayw *tInn. lIla
k4 u to Sept.)
'_ .... -Mra. Frank Corn Choir praetlo follow I yu; u'"
lad Moa. I ,.... Woman. Club SCOUTINGB. I lOO .... Holy .:: ,
Board Sceute ., AmericaVroutmenteKEerl RIO BAPTIST Balnta T..d.and
Martla County Ayduboa $ ', boys aad
bob. .&
: RbV JACK .1
lcd Mon, I pm, Judge Clonta1 offloa Wad. till ,..... Stuart Am Legion Hall 0,41 I'ERANDI EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 0' THE ILESSED
M C Aeioclatlea for Mental Heelta. a.ra .und. Ihol ?,...?,?, 50. In_
,_ '.. -&... Donald Schroeder ... Enplonn. J..... Beack, SSIp 420 I 11 0,51 00 p.am... Training. Union REV. W. THOMAS Chik ..

Ind Tbure.. BOOB The Reef $Skipper George QI..OB on os, 7:4 pm TootIng Wonhlp7rt son .... Chunk ..hol

M. c:. Chepter. A....Johnmn'... Cancer Society. Wed. 7 10 p.m.. Anchorage Martn h .,. ,.... Wednea Prayer Maatlnf tiOO, pm. Holy E......
"lIolrm.n-III.II. - - CHRIST
TROPICAL FARMS MEMORIALi..JUIta Island
Martla Maaierlal Heopltal AuxlllarfPreeldenv SERVfCE CLUBS BAIT-w. TLEWU (Winter leaaoi only, Nor. to Lad) )

-.Mra Curt Otto Civft.. Club ., Stuart ONE OF HIE PALM BEACH: 'SHOW G\RIENV: I IN !SUMVY'S HOME AND GARDEN DAY ," .. aTACIL School CHURCH OF COD'...Induuitow

... Moo. ,Ire, National Bank ,'...!..nt-Aaroa H...... II ,00 ..m. Mornlnc Worahlp RKV EVERETT *

101.... Caaaty Retard 011.....'. Loom.Pold.nSloo Wad. 7tit ,..., Shlpl Lo...... Sal p.m. Tralnlnc Union 10 tOO a.m Sunday .081 Brhoor

SwIceHIrd Irdl.ntowa Klwanll, I Clublo.Idnot4outu. Palm Beach Estates Tour Set .inI lout: p:m: Evonlnc Wed. MidDUNKLIN Wonhli Props lltj; a.m Morning Worship
n.... t JO p.m.. Com Bm lit Nat for SundayMartin pm nil. p m Evening Wor.hlp
> j RIo.I : :
National' 1Iooro....... A...oelatloaPreaMent Wed. IIill, ,...., Semlnol. Ins MEMO. BAPTIST-'. _. 1ilOm Wed Endeavor, Young People.
-Mra Virginia: : oIVa '* i REV. 'I tl> LOTT
.th Thiran rirat: mob J..._ B.Kk LI.... Club 10:00 a-ro. Sunday School CHURC OF THE GOOD SHEPHEROirlih -
City Garde* Club 're.ldent-Jamee Deaait County residents and tour will be held on Sunday. March Swcult: *f>(0 J South Ocean Boulevard 5. Mr. and Mn Aubrey DHutchcson I lliOO I ..... Mornlnc Worahlf
Palm .Ird W...., Tilt era., geraionr4. I tl ft p. Tralnlnc UnloST ELMER I,
Pre.ld.nt-Mre lu.. Myfelerlad visitors have been invited to par. 8. Co-chairman of the event arc. Mrs brain Ncsbitt, chairman 115 Parc Monceau 1,50 ,..... W..blp torn.. 70, Huty ALL.

Thura.. ItlO ...., Cl.lo Center Juplt..Hobo Sound klw.... Club. icipule in a garden and home tour Mrs. William R. Johnson and (Beautiful formal gardens). Mrs. Aubrey D. Hutchcson chairman I Ja ,..W.... Midrne.k .. lao ..8.I. "u.h.rI.1 Bermoi

.Pain.... .City. -Dr Clvte. Goo Org.nlfatloa,.. H. Boat Mtia I l'ro..idpit-RSbW't, T' pm. PI :1.lto Marina of Palm Beach estates on Sunday Mrs Howard Major of Pal I in 2. Mrs\ Joseph: Regcnstem( 120 (Lovely antique furniture and I JOSEPH CATHOLIC Eaal 50th St.RBV lilla: and..m.Bondsp Morning. Pnyer. Flnt Sun.

tad. Taet.. Clubs Center Beach. Via Del Lago, Mrs George E porcelains). JAN JAU8ZlWBKI. Adm. doe of tab, monlb Holy ...
R.t..,' Club ol Stuart 8 Maine aa*. I.n plain C.
Potaej.na OanWa Clvta. A..oelaUoePreelilMt ,President Dr. E.: Btantoa MeuyWed March The six houses of outstanding Kent Jr. chiirman (Eighteenth 6. Edward C. Garratt I 151 I Sea. Wok dayel 7:11 nm'Cuohoo.o.s .I

Moa. I Be.......J.bomee W M&r.obBH ., Kill, ,.m.. Hunrlw Inn Mrs. William Y. Sayud, presi. beauty and interest which will he Century French pamtigns, formal view Avenue Mrs. Henry Gibson lint Saturday Friday of and month.Tbundayabefor 440 Skyline JENSEN Drive BEACH. I. COMMUNIT

Stuart Klwanla Club dent of (the Garden Club of Palm opened (to the public from noon .irdens Jr. t fcKV NBWTON
OvU A .eelatloVrefldeat g ) chairman. (Most interesting I:10 and TdO. t SilO ,... M
Pert Selena Hr .ld.nl-Ir.. H. Ilaiedala Illpio Beach has announced (that the to 6 p.m. are those of: JJJam. Sunday TWJEOI
French
'B house
Walter Mill Mote.Stuart 1. Mr. and Mrs. Philip T with contemporary ST CATHOLIC- 11
f..CoII" Thun m Town a.m. Mornlnc
fat Anra CHRITO'HU"
I pm.. : annual Home and Garden Day I I. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B feelung). H. .,III p.m. Youth Wo..11
Ird Tbara ( Srn. Supper ........ 0.0. HI.St_.. Square Dane Club Sharpies Woodbndge Road, Mrs at alaS ... Bandar liDOpni. Wednesday K.llow.hlp
Youth Choir
far ..... Clot 00'.. President-Gilbert a.... Philip o I I 'T. Sharpies, chairman. As is 'customary( funds raised J tlO p..W.dneiday Benlor ChoIr

flrehou.e" |nd Tueedar. tilt ,.m.Ma Ihun., I >.m. Youth (*ntr Is NamedTo (Georgian House, precious porce. by \the tour will be used to fulfill FIRST-724 CHURCH Loot Ocean OP CHRIST BouUvard. SC1KN.TIST huh. (.m. Thunday. Midweek Servln'

CM. ClubPbuobdontmrh: Stuart Lion Club Colonel Sottong I I.a i In s we-sloft: Chamberlain the 'educational objects( of I the 11 tOO ...B.n'bool Soodu-7 JEHOVAH WITUIEBrlt Road
Shorn.. ,
Pre.ldent Al KernMtnd Worcester: Spade). Garden Club of Ihe II tOO a.m. Moraine Worahlp "
: maintenance
tat ,."... Clubhooaattaart .4th Wed, t ,.... Tow Bone. sun: r.m. Wod I Testimonial M aetlniReading lon'7180 p.m. IlIbto II.d"
W_'. Club Affairs Unit 4. Mrs W Gill Wylie Jr., 153 Four Arts Demonstration Garden Room. asa riaiUr An. Hour.I Tburod.iLobooi.tr" a.ho"l 1:1.

riee..-Mra. Cornellua *. Va.der.ear Stuart Soreptlmlat Club Military Woodbndge Road Mrs. W Gill and! support of the Pine Jog con Mon throunh Prl. 10 a.m-4 p.. .
Pld.nt-Edn. Wolf ....
Ira Wed.. i:$* p .... Club BuudlncTaaJmla I lit-lrd Tbur. Boon. Buorlaa In*. Wylie. chairman. (Contemporary servation education center. which Saturdaya. I .lh5O p.m. REDEEMER Key. LUHIRAN- "

CardeB CreupObalrmaa Stuart J.ycu.ulro.il.otDiuk Colonel O V. Sottong has been doing a great deal in attracting Creole rare collection of pewter was generously given to the Audubon CHURCH OF CHRIST-42S 1'.".. Rd.lilulicle L I ,,1 .m. ?un'l.y BHKOEI\R Ilbll II...
I Kaeta .
lat W.....-Site Mm...Kobert... komea PryarTuei. appointed a member of the Mori- industry and with the help of local measures ol five countries). Society for community use Gl8InL.lun" Mlnl.t 1..1. Worship Service

- - - .. ItlO pm, li.k Pony da State Chamber of Commerce community( industrial( rcpresenla by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G Kay. that: ..... IIlbl Study CHRIS THE KINO LUTHERANkV'lTH _
- - - lliOOa-m. and
CHAMBERS Jtuad OF COMMERCE Military Affairs Committee lives and business leaders we have 1.:10I.: .1155 i:itii"rsiKrMUM : : Tickets can be purchased! at 1-00 1/... Worahlp Evonlnc C..DI JOHNSON. Putor

robe; _Dr. William II,... 0abTjeai.a A....VETERANS.... Legion ORGANIZATIONS J...* Beaek The appointment vm made by met with considerable success For 1'1": 5ll "I' JII"'.:'" f'O' RT Thrift, 254 Worth Avenue, at the nan ,." Wedneaday Midweek Bible. Study Sale liOO: .......... Church, '.School Cla.a

Tim.. S vm. Community ommander."
Bk. Area Ind.4th Mon. I p.m.. ....10. Ball 1963 Florida had defense con 11.lie .'I..IIIU\ I den Club THE CHURCH OF COD-Flatter FIRST METHODIsT-moo.
p..oidnt-I 'utk Konlierg accepted on Fcb 17 tYlitAixiliibl' members. I Cola Af
RBV BIU.IK McALPIN
MOB. alnttton. I America L.glnn Stuart tracts totaling $583000,000! ()( ()()( as REV. WALTER D.
Sod ym.Perl s'rsTH ot'.IMY 10 ,00 ..... Sunday School JF.8\P
Cornmandor-Johu. L. Taylor According to J. K (,allowayof Bus service will be available. slit ..... MornIng
ftelera. compared to the California total 1"11.:1'\11)" )) I 11 >00 .. MoonIng Wonhlp WO..ID
Ind and 4In Frl. I .at., Leglea Ball Buses wIll Iota a.m. Churoh
P'oold.t-L. C BUckmaaInd I p Tampa who is chairman: i..NiH.N I leave from the Societyof 1 80 p m. fcvenlng Wonhlp. II Kit .
: Than i: lam. Flrehoaa. America Legion. Indl..t_ of $5,836.(000.000()( ( In comparing I".P 1 I Four Arts Library shortly before I;10 pm: Tu.., Prayir Meeting I It ,.m..m. Youth Mornlnc Worahlp
Commander..Jim.. Hby "The purpose of (this committee 1962. of $645,000,000( ()( ()( we see a 10) 'r: 10 f'IIUII'I'OIl, loll p.m. Th.,... Y.P.K. 1..10 (One wor.hlp .ervlea Fellowship.at 10
? 4th Hat. I ,._ u (to assist in improving relations Ml ,'rl'dll" if Uk 'r.tieonf noon and at frequent intervals July I and am I'r:
Notion which :
Mla. .-II. It. (Ron.,! per cent decrease, may or lot) KheptKl l I..nlho". dHceamiilut .I.I i BIBLE UNION Ancu.t. Sunday aehool
Sod Tbiin.. I *.... America. Locum Auxiliary J.._ .... with the military and NASA may not be significant but is noteworthy : hrr.ty n,ill fled and rcnulnvl tofll thereafter until 3:30: p.m. It Porn City CN.ITINA TRINITY MTHOD'ST-_

krt.ll MeKkanta DIVIsIOn Prooldont-Mo.. Emma MuG.. in order to make this Mite more Chamber Elee I: anv dumb* nr demand* which l is recommended that everyone take HtV LAWRIK J. SHARP aEV. I':1 .
Chatrmaa_Phlllv Baneekit ied-4th. MOB. t ,.... Our State lit"'y mar' Itttv* aHulnit aal.I nub advantage of this excellent) 5:45 ..m. Sunday lehol sea Bund."
than. Bunt t lS" !' A_...... Lo.... Aualllary" Stuart attractive for military buses. in- IronieS Committee htwditd by John In Ih* of flic t>f the. County Jiulii* service ill* aak MonuM Weeehlp S-aS Wutotip Bho

*. ""- "CONSERVATION" "" p..M.nt-lire. Clara II." 7.1... Interest more retiring military per Boone of Melbourne is taking steps I nf.nl,.Martin thut,'*r I a':anlv$: ,rtl;Klnrltl::iltliu: *.I In Kith Inn (tation. Tickets be for complete baa: ..... ana to. I FallowihlpIUAL p.m. Wodnoaday. Worn. Ito p.m.lcd EV.III". _Worh" '"* ... I

Ind.4th Moa, I p... Legion HaJJ sonnel In living in !Honda and (to which will achieve resulti in this I In
rr AAie n...it-Booby Ktii.ii* II"" .*. Boo IIINU001 Martin. County Barrack. W.W.I V....... assist business and industry i i n area. Recently, Senator George tint, uf IHat I.ilblltatlnn, of thla No library on the day of the lies.OSCEOLA D. H.IITUT METHODIT. S..
,
Eiuh club tlrmanil : AD\
II. or iniml' :ItTIXKMKNTIM IIGHT
Comm.nd.r-"hllip A. Klr.e U has been that "R
m Flnt Bauk increasing the number and amount( requested I : 5,45 .. .
;t.\Q-s.\ Smathers created a committee on ho 'in writing, and 1 mist a.bol
: I. CenterMarti
.. let Ird hoC B Community
LMfuafrwlnenvCbarkw : :.II.It"I" II ,
: Kit
visitors do am
Moraine
of and NASA contracts nltt, of rcaltl. n>',' ., I not wear spike heels .
.. KlndrW County B........ Auxiliary military defense! and space industry head ",101. ... or lhr cl..I.1 .nd hll..1 1 TIIH f'OI STY Jl DC.K'M, CO I'HTI Wme.n'! "iMlonary -: neat limo
!.! Frt.. I 9.m, Courihuulob. .* l Pra.ld.nt-Mr.. Ruth N. Hall "For the past several months ed by E. D Carter of West Palm bc worn 10 ho II" i'luiuot. hi.ulOil. LtUAL: A11l EIITI.t.H'r: : AMI* S'lIlt HIH'IIV lUt.NTY W.. of ...h .. a INS _

.' CoonumbIsm Club h -'r' ,.1.. I .... Old Gem Church (the committee has been evaluating has had t. lOr hi attornnv. nr It will t'Lll0lD4IS Thu.. Vervlee.o
Beach This committee .. nittld tl In IRw.flllied T4LJAIl.ltO'tl.K: I'I.liItlIh: NO. IT' Tt4l pm. Prayer
Tool.. II .m.. Stool TOuIR 01510 b. Rc''o" if to l t I "I\OK.\TI :
VFW. BbouIQ..nn.nd.r'Jobn tho data collected In the above. several meetings ant expected this ZNIh day of IchruaiyTrnat 'N 0 '1' I U hJ 1'1nl: ) loiS ,.m. Bood of 8.w. U..
litter faUll.k Dub M. "urra"l.d.41' : OFW'LJA ) Thur.. umb .
in order the I.% I NOTICE l I" hereby iflvm that th. )
to appraise
areas significance which will be of
'ltIoa1I' B. Bradleylit Thom, Gold. Cat BuIldIng (to develop plans F'JIII'I' NATIONAL DANK Trmttoen of Internal 'Imiinvtnient I E aOl-PINO. i
Wed.. I ,.m, ....'" ajeetmcrd VFW, ldla.hsr.eurnrnod.rJo.opb. of the military on the great assistance in (this connection. ill.... Wtt'.tli'r Fund: olhh Slab if HnrUlt I: i ; I..d."f'I'I'1 ) aev.SOUTHERN v. H. METHOOIIT-t .
'II'.d., I p.... _......, I.I Bk. W Praatoalatlrd Florida These show that I Affairs A. An<'iIlRf\' F."lorUy I In meatlitIn the Hoard flu.it,1, / 0!' FIl.lIerKTltIe5W: .... .
economy. Wor.hlp
irevy Tuea, t tit ,..... Wltbam. FieldFKCMtNl Sat, Silt, ,... Poet Horn and civilian I The Slate Chamberlllil"ry /./ 1t'SI1. MERI1IcLL the (Governor', Office" lailtol, Until. \ 'L UIMHIHUH OKAX totoa ."m. lun', Bnenio.)
": (there are 83XX( military Committee< will cooperate A. Vi,'" I'r..ld..1 and iiE. achrtlul for lu:on AM ILL.U" Unl\IN'R.\TRIX: I ,tit ,. Epworth Leac.
: ORGANIZATIONS vr.W. Au.m..,.. BtnICu.nm.odur'Mro. stationed and cm flfflcnrib'llll'tFlti4li'ih 1'. Match Sib lbiil4! will (, ..
personnel and assist these committees developing J.n \ tI1.1-1 Nolle la har oy\Riven that I iSIS .. Enonin Sornioi
j_... .... Fh.m**.* Aualllar Melvln Weed in Florida ( $(' .)' Ai1t'uIlrr'lii4ii.i application maria l I.\ : : rinve Wed. .
,_ld..l-lII. Al WII..... lat-lrd Wed, Ouldea bat IloildinSMISCELLANEOUS ployed at military bases plans for altrietmg mote : S lu.... tligur. A: Llnd.av. l>. O. lion filed my final return M Anciliary 1:001 .. MlMwnary"
*
IrE Monday. I *.m. The (total annual payroll i M defense contracts I Bya/ Win. A. OimhteraonAltnrne IMS, I'aim, Haath t'IIII'I.I., on bit I AdmlnlKtratrlx' C.T.A. of lhJ sod Lai. ..
-.- - ( Uoldlnv.de'5B '
... Valuitar' Fir Dl aiua ilraaa in of $440000,000 >'. for FatBts of Amy Oat Vm Btath CompanJ. a 1: )Petition ,,1 pro. Prayer Meeting
,tM > excess per "In the area of mihtiry prime Mht-par" l Lcnlhan' 'l.fH odI Florida corporation fnt ; :ri my
S pat. Flnlaui* I deli Including the recent increase! I l'ih. Match: I, 13. 19, ;, ml of Ih* follow-In deatrlbud 1.. and for Flout! FIRST METHODIST_lejfeate*.
r.rI alan* FlreaMa'a AittlUar Air IbimnICommnodorMuJoY year contract awards for testing and research wit: Pllrr".1 and that on March I1J64 REV. CtOROE R.
raaeldeat-Marv C....... 0. B. Laae in military) pay It is significantto we can also I compare imi-: i IH<"i ir lilt BT OK TIIIMSMI -: .. apply to Oho llonorabla 1141 ..... Sunday 'MORIICI
Sod Tatin. I Hi 1/... Flrabm* Committee el 100Cbalrm.U.nrr note in comparison that I he I JO 1511 I SI. < IHCIIT' ortll Fibs 1fU.43-IG3.U C. TrowhrldK Circuit I I I.Kt.S'ww'I '
awards to Florida firm and of the Ninth Judlrlal Circuit
Pert Bob,.* Valueteer Fir Dayartaraat 0. Elndred.. the entire institutions >lllll\. 1'\' .,' tOllS Htll1IS Judl .
USDA (that bprauMa nf
tha
.. Dabno' reported of 2.5 $153- <'01 511 A. pan el of aubmrriied land In dl.'u..llllc. 5J pm Ejlnlnf WenblD
.ra.ld.nt-Bokert Jokaio Cx.cutlv. Dlraetar-J< hn C. per iuil ( : of the I::
1961-1962 I I Florida citrus was IN' t.1\ M'V\\\: t MMADI : the Indian IllS., abultlnx ton ounty JlOO pm: : Thunday, Junior
Ilt-lr4 "' .... FinkeuMAaaala Ill W. 0.... blvd AT 7411Lady crop (XXMMM)() ()() )) of mililir\ total with up Martin County Florida, for op.Irovot Choir
':LI': MMLHON: a I land In th HniiHin' .Irani. Tt4lpm. Thursday, Senior Choir
valued at $316 (000.000( picked and : ; of aald final .return andfur
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i"R TEiiN L OTIOANIZATIONS Collera AooooIotio.Prooid.ntMrn. similar awards in California 41.34 n'I'd woloalI"' 'toWnuiilp' Ri Hotith Jiann. 41 FIRST
ol .''. JCdna K. Dan delivered to the packing house : Plaintiff > Eaat Town of Xrwalla 1.,, lnt an Order of Dlolrlb..lnn andAdmlnlmratrlx pIESBYERlNN. Rnr Shore
Chapter. Order *' > .
.o cent ($2 500()().(Olio) .i .Hi) ) Theseare for 'In.1 loleli ,,
Mailer Couo.11004)bnrIO. Slpog Tue., I ,It am, M. C. Golf CUT Oh "1 here other faelors Con. per : Martin County I-lot-Ida. moiolartkularly An.I. 5SX: A. ,

Ind.4>H Man, lBS ..m.. ._... Teai.le. Lively Art Club are services'or (the most( recent Bailable figures I'. o. \\'ATllll'lb-: ;:.. Ii., low doncflbud ... fol. Hum r:. of the d.c..d.Dal'd U 111. WI' 111 .m. ,rY'OHI'S'A-:

Aeaala. MaeenM Ledge PmldMil-Mr.. I.. A.kby ArWgaa-- tract agencies performing for fiscal year 1 1'1112. It has nto *: : Ooldlnl. II 1984 ..m. Sunday Chu.h '
Ma.ter....Chri.tlaa. K.lh ... ... the with payrolls ex- tINS lehol
military. Bony .
Wenhlpful Sod rrl, lilt .0. fltarllnir H. BHOVVAncillary .Morning
.. Maeoala. TaamplaAaaa been apparent for some limo that 111111.:11: 'il' i'l III II' '1'10'11'O'I'U .t th* InteneLtlon or or..I :
'rd Than. I m
h > ceding $300000XX( ) year I'J' III' "'I rIS the North linn of the II Admlnl.trlrl1
Martla County Fair A..e letlog) per in.mii I'REBYERI COMMUNITY.. ,
educationul .
must 1 OTA
Miller. CbeU, Elite ... we update our MUC Orant. a..oio hliohoti bv VMI of EDat. o
Preeldeat-Mr.. Wllma Medlet l.t ProoM.nt.--J.M.... 7.10 W.,.m.11.. Agricultural' Bide leccnlly approved facility adili- ( system Oonsiruuivc, action t: 'l'I1 : N.nllJ: (lI-' Till!: II'r\TF. Ham i It. hoot. 8ui:.veyor In in.s: WillIam E Uoldlnv, KLOYO B. RACER P...,
lad Tbun, I pm. Elks: Lode.. 'ions at military bases In Florida Ii" 1"l.nHI1IA. 'l'U l'llIi (1)1"1.:01'o.TJJ ); ;:/. with tie center line of HvwallaPoint tebH13?. I:10 a.m. Sunday School
Beta Slims PM' 1 Sorority Marti County Golf .'! Country CmlPrioldootEd tolal in excess f $36KM)000( ()( ) is being (taken with Ihe expectation : : Koad: them, '. runnln Pub.: SO J7. Mar I, J'U 111 t55 .... Wonhlp S.r.lo.
0
Hlgbe* that our school I hmd referendum I aoulherly, .ton ..101 crnterllne I 10 p.m. Youtb Fellowihlp
J\nt.t.wll\\ Ird Tuek, lilt m, CI.......... 'limned NASA construction( now t.. It. M' \rKHW' linn known 0S Houlh '
:; Ball p will be ,I : J7 OH''' 31" K tOJlfil AOIKK OK Pt st.le HKARIOTO 15O P.M. Wed, Adult Yeutk CkoM
.. f ISM providing 1\ \xs'ATEI'b ,, ,hi I. 10.5I. luli
U fet 1
I komea is : theme Ht nth WHOM IT MAY CONCKRN ;
m nder the reported :
lal-lrd Tbun p at ( Cape
Marti. County Farm Buna way additional needed hij.hu learning i I.. hn dtnd, and hla unknown 14' faat. 140,nil' fttt them'* I. the I I wi FELLOWSHIP ,
hereby hal
XI Com... Phi Chapter fra.lil.nt. -Albert Kruecer '0 exceed $1,100000000 I () ) ( ( ( < n- We 0""ii OM. I' .111. .,,,01 II ..inul. "W 1 10* i d> 81" KII.I;: ItliOi I',NII"I and Zoning nlvtn Commlialon Kf.p .. r.mmunll (sot.p. I
preitdont-..... 0. k. Sloeum lid Thura. .Semlnol lu* facilities.( can C\l'lct tin increase i Ilirir 1 unknown h...,.. vl.n'. ro t to 7. ". .
truction ( in a point In quId road crnterllna or Mallln" ounty. will
lat-lrd nun. I ,..., bomeaDaughter of $3I2000,0X in 'lo'ld. con. ... : \ =?
in military eon'r.,u awardsfor pIlfltOV.. t'r.tllI..r. 0' 0 I her wlier I a,ld rfntrillna' I dIal H publlo h henrlnn I tha hour i7wT\'l
al the America. Reeehitie Martla County Amateur Radio. Clubl'r..lb.ntlllIl irogress for fiscal year 1964, and test( and rcscareli dIrectly in I'RIII... ilnlnlnvavulnat, by lIirouih. lob or..,'to th. north line of the if' 710: HM on Marih I ID. 1IC4 at 1 .,.
Rea.nt-Mrg. M.rjorle Uomtartra llrluonThird he is $37 ()JOOO) ) "indc'r 0' tin mold so, outh 511 aero of Mewalla Point the Martin County Cntrtltouoo In PENTECOSTAL BIBLE .ladkatmrm
n.... .0.... Thin., I p.m. AT 7-4661 payroll perYear. proportion to (the mir\encnt in II tI... m ho i aitin't'os"! .wn 10 I b. .. defined by concrete Monument Htuart. I"tridt. to ronilder tha matter CURTIS Posts "

Metken' Circle at D.MoloyPreilleaV Mertla Ceunty H..t...... Society our educational fd'illu I oil It.r dOlld II' .lIn'. whoa. reId .- ant In I He.. croun"I: theme. of lha lonlnv regulullona 1040 am aKINER.. Sohol
i 'Mn: Jennie J*... fra.l"lont--Koland Merrell "From the above. it Is apparent Yni'Ylnr I. unknown; run' North 80' M !8" Mist:; ....ndlnl r.lowa: T ,10 p.m. Buadar 'nero 11.11.
4tk Mo*.. ,.., Maaonla Tempto lit Tu... lilt ,.m.. ViruS N.Ueaal B. make ---- nlong ..101 north line of ih* IllS ,... Wedneiday Blbl* BV .
hat the and NASA .. .
ladle tUarEneaiapmeat military sid, am and nil unknown nartli south 60 aoran of S.", .". I'olnt. I. Change tho orohlen
10\ Ladlea. Aualllary SS t Multiple &.!oil., S.rvlc* 1 very substantial contribution 10 Stuart Training Uulmlnir Inlete, .ta bv. throim! 5 diotoscq of tot fort to II,* ( O..le .d.llnlton. ...
under or aval nut any nr either northcant corner of a tratt of tlon. th ro'om
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I Chief dtk:: Tuee 1I.Irio..h-O., I ...., IOOF Hall Hall Hecratary Sad-4th -Tu.Carl.., |H....Turner. ffort he Florida at the economy state level and to improvehe warrant Pre.school Exams of.:. the.hplr'anld. : d..vl.PIC.t.lutnied |efemlanta\ ....... of land th conveyel. Internal by Inn Ui.,'rovi Truilor'nn.nl wide Boning dtflnltlona Cnunty-. WANT Young Men

tndoBeeidont. Order ., Odd Fellew Palm City Horn 00............ Clak a mOld..... Sill'.. Ye010il. 1"11.1 pry.tr'ctniolivY. Stud to ItaiiiMimer Pioprrtli.. I Ei.tnhllBh sonic clanalfl Leadership o
Noble Grand-Louie Chaaondatratary 1'.ld..r-III.. Mliabtth: r.ttereait. military-civilian relationship Set on March 5 i ii .. uuoi 1I5YPI. Opts.br Iniorporated.: .. :In Deed Book 00 i ,'HI Ion It t-B MulilP I- raining

tuea John D Cray WOP Boll l.t Tuee. I It a*.., Clvla. Costa nd thereby Improvo the Florida i ... .Soon.. el'ldllon 0' oU,. Pave 414, I liblln Iteroi In of I"I. Kanilly Hmldentlal UI.. Stuart Jaycees
l.t Ird I p'm, .rwl. ; Martin Ceuntv. Klorlda. for the IrlcL
...... Klver Eacamaeaeeit S* Pelaclana' Kenael Club limate for (the military. Research Parents of chiklru" vh,> will be I'olnt cf Uenlnnlnthem: run, Far lalormetloa Call

Chief. .trl..h-1.'hurmond WII.O Ird. Wed. I p.m. tiscloset! that considerable pro- six years old prior it > I I. 1965 aol "II ".rtlu h.vlnr 0' ..1.lm. Booth 16. j)' 25 S fcHol, .>: 01 All Interested iwrtlei are Invited .I
\ nd-4tk T_.. IP..... IOOP limoju.oo.5.uobBquuonCltobnSAu11Mf Cull AT 7-1H4 for death* plae this and. who will alien:I i Inll I" h uven000'ih1. tilto .or. foet to tIp Town of ". '.11. 10 attend and be heard. R.J.. 28.80
Tew is being accomplished in i h Stuart d. '
\ L Inli'rent In tha following I olnt Hulkhaad Une: tlii-iir Dated thl. 2Mh of February, 19 4MVKTIN I 00.. 283nu
_Oeorue Tuttl Pert Salem. Horn* Demeutrello. Oul' 'ireetion but also indicates (thai Training School .lieu re.ed to ,'rlbed pr.l.rlc. .bat. In M.r. ri's wild I flutkhood l4noI'.tltin COt'NTY a'0aO
I piw.lden p..ld.nto-II. Xlll.h: Mewllnl.t tin ounty, Florida, \0-" It: ( :1 55' if" Shoot, lilltfnr }MANNING ANl) ZONINOthalrn
The Wim.d.uuiobr.oilut''Mr... llniel) Eoruluri' Ihun., I ,ISO p..'", Clvla CenterRiptide onsiderable more could and hive them examined) I I" ihe fimi (; Ilionc. pits SouIII 45' 01' ( llr"IN

Snd-4tk' Frl., I p.m. J. B. Cu... C..... 11..I. Merlin County ioiild be done ly physician! at this tll1l, m order Lot SO or RIo..k' 11. J'I Oh..\T NO.t 4C". W..., 818 foot: Ih.nc. tOy J.\ OREISLKJ.
Ill' (iLSSlI'l.
e .aine
Out-.,.. ... Maaoaa .Iavlla4 Pn.lilent-Johnnie O. IIh... 'Honda has many retired mili. i that any defects mn l K corrected I.. mliSn, ninrk.d; sod d.I.nt'Pd depirtinU Lion! con .a'd'a qu 1I1Ikh..d 111' 27'sw.e ATTKHTMAIilh, ." Stuart Rotary C1u'

*>B 0. Steterkeedl. l.t,Ird Thura. 4 p.m. General Meethn who make substantial contributions before the opening .cf! ihool on a lInt 1 "f .ltI "bdlvl.l..n ."I feet; then's ton QI-UNrTT. Secretory
P CkapterPre.ld.nl Lull Tb...., I ,.m.. hbu.I' ... 11..11... ary Is..lr.I, In 1'1.1 Hok C. lsiOSI North 01' 21' IV. PuoC 400 Pub tfb. tl. 1)114. Mvala 1,1
-Mra. P. 1 HIM to. LlMle Inlet Yecht Club to (the attractiveness of the The Martin COUIII\i Hoird of I h, t I". nlll. .. ..f Ih. ('I'k of fret: North in* DJ 1- Dr C. Slanton Maaal.
lat-lrd Moa. I p.., komee Cmmodom.-L.a Hawken Irea. Many of (these. people have Public Instruction ,,,1.1 I ihe Martin Iho 11.1' I li'.iii'' 1 In and for 14 \\ .:'U'I to the .outh i% r iur OF TII : C IS i. S T S Pmldmt' ll
.1m I..h I'uunty.Toil. vest ., of tho afireuild Jl IM.K:
IMM
t"llt MtHTIMtOINTti Smith
Cl ChepterPre.ld.nt Mra. C. R. A.bl. l.t Tbun, I pm.. Yacht Club ''itlle need for additional income i County He-1IH I ), pmtment: tract of land In Peed. B.ok "uHtire : NTtrH )KLOHIOtv M.Sacra tar*

I lnd-4Ui-Wed. II am. .0.. Stuart,.. il,lent Board Haniom ef Reeltor niton. md participate in civic activities have. i issued a spccn,! i'Iihi/ i I to each n..miilc.d:. ml I,' muck Cli.I ;.f ooir you An.wpr, are lrrnhv wIth ioutherly.al: and them eniterly followlnn I boundary the IP JHUH.U'I. Sinrkc Inn

Order el 1101...... for Clrle l.t Tb..... I ,.., Stuart Betel, ueh as United Appeal. There are physician for his 1'11'I, d| findings th* 'I.k, "t lhr 1'"lt Court ofSturlin of sold trait of land, run lsiT: tIM of .
Worthy Advleor-Mania' Whlle.l.l.: ithers who seek employment( to and recommedatio"i, I irm <<"unly. Florida at thi a South on5 U' 11" raat: tti }HAI1UU C I
lal-lrd Tuea. 1 ill p.m, Maaoate lempl Stuart Stamp Society. com Court llnua. i In Htuart, Martin CounIr fen : thence run North' JI3' IN' 81 YI.E... .
B yal P.lm KeaekakaNoble Prculd.ol-Willlnrn R. SeottIrd ,upplcment? retirement pay. These pleted( form should! I I. presentedto : Florida and to aery* copyI 2S- ] thnnr run > TO I

Grand-Mra. Clara May Talaua Moa.. I ,.m- Fubll Library 'oo, make good citizens by hav the school at the i II k of) registration I hereof: tin Mltheel O. m:... At- rlr ti.a II' l 'RJUITfH.PER. Confldrnllal la"Plt
to..... Moa.. I pm. IOOP HallBtuortJ. Teuri.t Club offer )r."r.f : th* t'! lIg.houy: : i 5Ij Mil\* "lS. HtVIMO ('LAIMI OR l'.:.
talents U
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considerable Calll.
ng at 115 faet: .7fl Net: thence North rHTATE. Dei
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..._ a. Ledge 1170ExaltedJ .. Youth CenterIrUtl.
lit-lrd Moa. I l ST
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Teokar '0 business and industry We will vard Bluarl r I iritis, and whoaemailing 14* II' ap" Ka.t UG feet; '.I11, "cl1 you ". hereby SCleWide .
: RulDooa .. If a physical e\ "'III1..lIon 0 n o'l.lre.I la P 0 Bo* IIS4. theno* run North I"* 08' II' and required to pre.ent
( p.... Monday -- --- -- ontmue to attract the retired nuliary will I I,irltla, befnr th Ill thi. n..tl.d COLD OUST PROFECnVESERVICE
: ,tlhl.lIl'IOTlINT: : your child can, Imuncialholl'dhlp Stuart, .tl on or Vent tort to Point nrBealnnlnv I and demanda which I you.
Staarl Sbrla Club by recognition and generally HID d. "f Mar..h 19 c 4. to th Contalnlnv or either or you, may have aa.i.ioh I
the
Preeldent-Jo* Craig on ( lani let Taee. SIB p.m.. let Natl ClobruoutTh.tu I'l HI.10 \ihTlti7 making the Hate attractive Each may be muk i I., Have this Mth of > ,.,I:: by ADrLk M. AML. d.c..d. lute of aald .IIA"L. 461-6332
Rhe Girl. Club No. II On rebruary II, 1004. an .ppll.a! lumber should have an active done at the Martin ( Health SOlON, a arrled, I woman for theptirp4iae and will ...101.' nbjwllona thereto tI,. (Cnuntr Judge et Martin t'oun-
Preelden* Paula MaeArthur llo,,, woo filed: with I Ito' ederal ( out- III iv > tf quieting title I to t ho Objeotlnna to the proponed aalof ty. Forid. at bIn office ,In the
....-... Moa.. tilt pal IOOr BaOValted ,ll.Htlmg niitinle.lon.. Waahlmc 'ro(ram of offering assistance to Department on Tin ,,' ,I. March above de.. rlbed property; olh.,. aald land ah.mid be .uhnIttpd> of sail County of Stuart
Commercial: T........ ten U C. for a .l.ninent of con military in locating In (the area. 5 at I ..I.* the ,,it.xti..tin' Coinrlalnt to th* tl.lor. Truattrea nf the Internal tin-Ida, within olx calendar -
.lru'Iloo.' p.rmll 0' 1I1.II..nMC' p.m. will b. taken a* confeaaedhy & Kun I" T I h month from the time of the Oral r
How.rdl.t
eoun.-C' is furnihboo"s
Benlor IOOK HallUnited lhurUed t,> I'p.raliun HIT mifrom .. One effective way to you and earh nf you, and this' Capitol. T.IlaIt u.s.c. Florida, prior publication o( bIb. notice. Each CITY
Thin a ,.ID., Blue \\ .ter llroadcaatlnir Com on the attractiveness' of retiring A Federal Comm,,,, iof Fine Wntfr-e :,f f lit I .5.11 l ba publlahed I .In t. the dale Cirtsb.v.meoitiotei. claim or demand ahall be In duplicate
Deagktera el the. Cealoderacrfraelileat "any Inn \\HoolUdlo. I Inc. tif T h Htu' rt New*, a newiraperpubltiih'd The Truitw r.... th. right to In wrltlnic. and ahall atate the
Mn Mania' H. Boernll Icera. director and aloikhulder. in Florida (to possible candidates Arts was estiblishinl President In rttuart, Martin Coun'tv '. decline { max,* aal* of any or all plac of rentdunce and poet office
tad. 11U. 0' llhie Water Broadraxtlne; Com For example Landon William Howard T Florlde. once every week for of .ald rn Th aale It and when ad" .. of the claimant. and ahall COMMISSIONSTUART
... CIa....... Order W Caater Star pun Inc are I.......' M. otnba mud of Publishing four n..n ", live, week (four publlITh mad ... ba ubvrt In th. Trio b comm.. In by the claimant hi.
Research
W. Matruu .Mn. Joieph Hnoert. Hrtad. Marvarat A n,00'...mb.. (iffteor.un Haynci in --- -- c.0 I uooibi, Inst). tens unto themaelvea T.) iof al.nt or ki attorney,.. and any
.-4th T ..., P p.m. Maaofu Tempi dll utora of VVIKNI Radio,, i Inn. or.lluiph Miami will furnish two excellent \\' :"" my InnS and monO. of th* phoophatW nilnerala and or demand not ao filed
.. n. Moi.ter ,. Rut nominal ...Iot I"..,.irt I thla Ilk day of .. .b'... metal and ill" *f the petroleum be void
.h"dT.F cost .h.1 REGULAR
publications at
GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS lodgu, (laud DtiMivan, a tl-i;: PINES *ry l'I''mllTIlY: th,reon or thereunder I'ur'ln..r llrSWIF F SVYLBAa MEETING
O Irlmlle. Jr. All of. the .10.... .., Retiring in florida' and Living PIFRCBCI. I. required to toy f.>r or fsimniolndociirnestnry ExecutrU, of tl,. I .t
Cltyi CemaUialoa:. WlllM) Itadlo IttcU owned! by Florida Year Round There I k of th* Circuit Court ta. .'.mp. for tr* Will and Teawment of. 1.00 P.M. 2nd Md 4lh
Mayor- Ray g..... Mlueitraie ., Inc in are ; Stand Tallhm.m.s.Am.As.s By o I$.\BFPT AH. EVANS. InMrument conveyam, MAYUK.
tad-4t. H**, I ,.... City Hall Offlcen I dir.ct .r c.Jnro..Cj,. more currently 411,000()()( retired military .,. : \ T>|)titv Clerk BY PttC th* Truatee* of th. H\ROLI. C MONDAYS
C_ i .u .. a.Una Co., Inc are Rub l 'Ii O Worter people only a percent. In Florida'sI MICHAEL. O IITTM\V Htat of Florida :1'R BOERI Stuart City Hall
MOM I *.. Ooaat Gourd Asa., BlagOaatmaB Frank: U. Trimble I Jr.. Gurvlie age living( in Florida Attorn'\ f'., lalntlff (Inv.roor 205 \V .rth lILT.
C:_ c-.JooIa. P. klncald: Clald Bnlllvan. Tail "Our Florida Development Com fiG Foot 'llceaji Blvd At.or VflltFnmgUllsfl.tirsCtOr Palm B.lh. Public Aiwa). Welcome
-.Frank A. "..... I nrlxaard and (I e.>rue T. W.bb. Future! p 0 Hue 11(4, Htuort, riorld. T'u.t. L L F..d Alt Executrix
Ia4-4tk :Twu .(all *v... Cowtk**** I'Iib.t )'.11. 11. Uarcb (. U ll" misWQIJ under Wendell Jarraid is I rub.1 Feb. U 30. IT, Mar. .. .1114 Pub. ,0.1 X. U. 1U Pub.1 "I'0 17. Msck f, U. 1161 _.- I



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"lU.ARO 'l. RHODES TIlE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Woman s Club Election Meet ON BENMV I ION LNNESTFRN Exploratory Conference Held Thursday, March 5, 1964 1-D
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Ocean Breeze Park News I I PMIHCWtllard I
M k' Mrs. John McQuigg, Mrs William -
Scheduled on Next WednesdayThe nits, chief ma i On League of Women Voters
l\frt. Roxy Enfictd, Correspondent chinist's mail i s\, ion of Mrs Owens, Mrs. James .K. Row

_.....,_"_...... ."... _-__.,-'_- '..w. ,.._..._..._.-, ....._.-_ -.."-.--..,.. --,.---.-- regular business meetingof the General Federation ofV omens Anniclee Rh,','". of lodtnatown i I A group of women of Martin Further meetings will" 'he held ell
the Woman Club of Stuart Clubs. A luncheon in her is nerving ah I .II I i,0 tnti-tubmar- Mrs. George D. Wail Mrs KWitham. ",'
will be held on Wednesday. March I Counlmet heh 21 at the honii ti) discuss and explore the possibility
inc warfare carrier USS Mrs Zola S lh"1
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honor will I be at he Sunrise t <
Camera Fans View I 11 I at 12:30: p.m. at the clubhouse. given I Bennmgton ii i I'' i I' departed Feb. I of Mrs \\ilbur. / Forrest to learn ol the formation of a local ,
Inn preceding the proj.r.mi Members about the the Mrs. John W. Stokes Mr* si i'pls.n
dish luncheon will rurpoo.eof league
A covered
l who are interested in attend 19 for a six I .It Western Pacific of league The orgum/ition is completely Schmidt Mrs l 1)"r,,,ii II,
I precede this meeting at whichelection I : cruise. 'I "mentel'S. mn'pnrti..un.Those .
of officers for the club ing this luncheon should call Mrs. The cxplorator) conference was Pierce, Mn. Pickett I L \\rl'l, ii,
George Conrad at AT 7. 2lW I or The earn I the hub of an I present at the exploratory
led b\ Mrs \\illium I L lUlstcada i Mrs. ,
1964-196S will take place. Hugh Willoughby Ir. M"
Best Slides of year I .
63The Mrs. C. R. Vanderveer ut AT 7- anti subm'n, Hunter killer" conference included Mr \villium
will member of the Florida slate
Mrs. Andrew Ferrara give O 49. group which ". ,,nposcJ of surface 'I St. (lair. Mrs (Kdc (outanl, Mrs Jean C. Roos and Mrs h'n"t i
of the
hoard and
bazaar president
her report of the Feb. 22 past
sub David Durant Mrs rank Do-
-sin I and air units
and! plans for the next card party Several members are planning I league of Women Voters of Miami .
O.B. Club lainment he working tug,ih" .IH a combined Stefano, IIrK.mp: Caler, Mrs. Highway M.imuhi, ,',
Camera met in showed twenty-tw' will also be discussed to enter their art and trait work Mrs mislead .is also president crews in rccnlly
the clubhouse at 7:30: p.m. Thurs- "Forbidden Slides' taken at the The March I 18 prog-am sheeting m the District Fine Arts Festival force to tuvi .1 i destroy uietm -designate of the League/ of Helen L. Funnell uncovered a skull tnt I tnu'! -
day evening Feb. 27 with 133 Follies in Paris last summer. will feature Mrs 1 C. L. Men- lit West Palm Beach on March submarine \\"'l1\en\ Voters of Florida I Mrs. Ralph W Hartman Mrs. mem of an animal skeleton lelHa-
: Next Thursday Clayton Ralph ser, past president of the Florida 25. Reservations' will be taken for The Bon II i II i will visit Hi -- -------- J"hnY.. Hiwey Mrs James lively Identified as that ol .i ,I''' '
present I will show pictures he took oAluska f Federation of Women's Clubs and this event at the business meetingor wail for ir, i\ircises 1 Ktou Hutchinson I t Mrs Richard Hupfcl. historic ancestor of the M.ini'h.i, l i
Tom Cook showed a collectionof Knowing the excellent now chairman of hostesses for the can I be made by calling Mrs. C'. departure I"'I i I ,n and! She I r'.11 Ihi uirmr .is scheduled to return Mr. F. B. mdlcv.I Mrs Richard buffalo, believed to have huii
prize.winning slides from clubsin quality of Claton's) pictures, will Council of International Clubs of R. Vandirvecr prior to M.inh 17. Eastast'.iii .1 ...Seventh I.'ci 10 hei, home port in i.srlyAiigitht.: .. I indsey. Mr's.. J James Mintcr, 10XX) years ago _
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the U. S. and Canada. These know we have a treat in store.
.
slides were from the Ansco Company ,
,, ,
Mrs. Warren A. Colcnnn from ""\ .
and were the best slide : .
submitted in competition in 1963. St. Simons Island Ga., is visiting, .: tt
her Mrs. Charles EnficU
At the conclusion of this show. cousin

ing, Jay Bohannon, program manager Mrs. Joe Finch entertained sixteen -
for February showed I 11 IS! tables of bridge at the Civic -k' ,
slides of Spain which he took this Club of Rio Thursday' afternoon I'
past summer when he and Mrs. Two lovely plllesere awarded '
Bohannon toured Europe. As a at each table. Dessert was" scrvct!. ,\ 1
conclusion to the evening's enter.
Dave Woo/Icy was host to the I11m' 5' .
Thursday Pinochle Club at Clcn ,,
PERSONALS: ent Hall. The first three priles y
went" to Bob Beaclerk C. Wieda %
Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Ross mann and Marie Rasmussle 54 t
from Cresco. Pa., and Daytona,
have returned to Daytona after a The annual party for all i in <
visit with his sister and brother-m- the park who" have a golden wedding VOTE rT: J ::7 VOTE
law Mr. and! Mrs Willis Cadwell. this year, has been postponed -
for a week, and will he held "11" .. ...
Mrs C E. Curtis from Chester, March 8 at the clubhouse I
Va., is visiting Mrs Luther Weeks. f : .
Mr. and Mrs Malcolm Wilde t
Mr. and Mrs. Russell and daughter from Oxford Mich., are visiting 4j :
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry : fg7J3 'c:1;
FO R
West Allen Coast Wickes now They but are are soon on the returning Miller on Pepper Street. FO R :

to their home at Lake Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Irish from
Mohawk, Sparta N. J., Davisburg Mieh, are visiting her : ,1.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carson / ;
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Kage- .
man Fort Lauderdale were the 'I '"'.
weekend guests! of Mr. and Mrs. I The Friday Duplicate Bridge .\IiI
F. L. Tyler on Bay Drive. Club met at C lenient Hall and hut 1\A : 'f..
ten and! one.half tables The winners .
Mrs. Willis Tanner entertained for North and South acre .
with three tables of bridge/ Monday Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Preston.
afternoon. A delicious dessert I Mrs. Minnie Schuffcr and Dr.
was served and pri/es were award. Thomas Moore and Mr. and Mrs. .
ed to Bee Smith Rosy Enfield, Charles Malhes For East and H
7
Sue Bessemer and Marian Clark West, winners were Mr. and Mrs. _, .' ; __ _
Pete Hillman, Mrs. Rose
Mrs. Raymond Reid had! a coffee Alpeler-
hour and and Mrs William Pert and
for Mrs. Vivian Patter
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright i-...
son Tuesday morning. The guestof ,
honor, who is visiting, lived Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Weeks hive
here for several years. their three grandchildren fro m

Greenfield, Mass, them.
Mrs. Orr Campbell of Broad visiting
Street had five tables of bridgeat Mr. and Mrs William Bailey
Rio Civic Club Tuesday after from Akron, Ohio, are visiting
noon. Two prizes were given at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
each table ham Bcssamer Her brother and
his wife from Mt. Vernon are
John Corliss
and Harry Bonne
were taken to Martin Memorial guests too.Merit.
Hospital Monday night for treat

ment.Mrs. Exams Are I

Bernn Garms and Tier :;.; ;1.'o:: ; ,.
sIster' Mrs. Ethel Crowell, from Scheduled Soon
Battle Creek. Mich, are spending
the weekend with Mrs. Gums'

in son Sara, Gordon soIa. Garms, and family, For State JobsFlorida

i citizens intent state
Mr. and Mrs. Paul on
Way are
careers dealing with clerical, social
visitors of Mr. and Mrs Joe Rob
work sanitation or technical operations
inson. They are from Zionsville
lake Mate-wide
may examinations -
Ind. 1 set for April 4, according
Mrs. Violet Shepard from New to Florida Merit System Director
Kensington, Pa Mrs. Elsie Aker Gerald L. Howell.
from Fairfield. Conn, and Mrs I Applicants qualifying on these ELTON SCHWARZFOR
Dorothy Howard from Bridgeport, tests are ranked on registers andas
4 Conn, are visiting their mother, vacancies occur in merit system
.'" Mrs Sam Powell, on Sixth Street. agencies, t'nttofor' availablenames
are consideration.Applications .
'1 Mr. and Mrs Fred Blcdsoc from for this series shouldbe
}' Robinson III, were in Florida on mailed by March I 18 Graduating
vacation and stopped to look the
seniors may compete on examinations -
park over. They decided that they requiring a high school diploma POSITION OF
\, like the location and bought a mobile -I. prior to graduation
home immediately. They will
spend a week here, then Examinations for office post i.
: go rah: lions include bookkeeping secretarial -
to their former home
will soon retire and to Ocean stenographic typist, and
como
transcriber duties, the director said.
Breeze to live, COUNTY JUDGE
Shorthand and typing performancetests
must be completed by Marc)

j 1 BEHR'S CARDS examination.18, for admission to the scheduled

Other classes cover beverage enforcement -
& GIFTS conservation officer,
hotel and restaurant, motor ve-
hide, social work and sanitation
1 609 COLORADO fields. Social worker 1 and sanitarian EXPERIENCED SINCERE
1 candidates must have completed -
j WATCH REPAIR accredited college training.
Sanitarians work with local County
CI -$ Health Departments under tbc 1

Staff-$4.00 State Board of classes Health.Technical to H'Ji 10 years general practice of law successfully representing C I pledge to devote my full attention and ability tot

1 Spring$3OOAl1Vork school students graduating open this people of all ages, from all walks of life. all phases of! this office and the impartial admin.

June include draftsman I r, engineering h of all who before
istration justice to people come
aide I I. biological aide I, 36 years old, married and the father of six: children.
and! photo technician I I. Applications me.
Guaranteed may be obtained and clerical Became a resident of Martin County in 1949.

t performance tests arranged with o w office is the honored
that most
I a judicial
, Plus. We Glv. You A Watch: local I State Employment: I Service i Veteran of two years active duty in the U.S. Navy. believe
To VIO offices or the Florida Merit System Promoted establishment of Martin position! ( that an attorney! can achieve.: I If! elected,
County
in Tallahassee. n a I will strive to retain the honor and dignity! of the
Small Claims Court in 1954.Receivcd .
I.. Courts, us well as to adhere to the spirit, and the

bachelor of laws degree (from University r word, of the Canons of Judicial Ethics, to the

5 OPEN SATURDAY of Florida and completed undergraduate studies end that I may prove worthy of this office as ain

MORNINGS Business Administration at Ohio State Uni. z permanent, full time career.

versity.Over I

Faa THB CONVBMFNCHOI'INVESTORS busy during four years active participation in Federal

the week, our investment office m now
open
Savings and Loan organization and operation.
very Saturday ftom 9 AM till noon.

Yon an invited to come in any Saturday for

an. unhurried discussion of your securities problems


meted representative in with offering OM*. YouTI sound of our advic find experienced him fitted sincerely to your registered inter.own 11 A Elton Schwarz Cvu


particular requiremcnta..

T E M Af


HIRSCH & CO. I County Judge iJ

101 M..Sus SOUTH Now V.4 SECOND..... ...STREET.....4 CNIw FOil,..PUECIJOr4M ......

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I THE STUART (IT" *.) NEWS "nmda"'. Ma&iL 1964_ 'w-


Organizations- DirectoryCIVIC r i I Directory of'EPLE Churches CNCEQTINA.




ORGANIZATIONS M C. B.... el ronlni AoIJo.I_' 5,00 Forty Wor.bip
.... : ::
?! elrm. n-Fred IIh. Isto Cbumob Soh.uI
Ak.hIIcwit AaonyBOua '.if 1 h..r. t 'ft* I m.. CeerUloeeeMartin UtOO ..m. Morning Nuraery
.. Lao: p.B.. J H mmunlty. ChunkAoatrur Wonh"
Radio* Emorimcy Corf* Ceunt* Mueeum C nml.il". during .
Co.ord nalor' -
Thun.Aih..I .. I p.... "h T..n.. 7 'II) pm. C.upbh.u.. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-Js.s.a Bob,
RCV MOBMAN B. ITfcAaTVBSuaday
11_.. LMfu* M. Co %.. '. .". '..hl... Coo.mtoslo', DIAL-A PRAYER AT 7-2512
Pro.ld.nt.....Mro. Barl I J Rltoo Gh.lrm.n-.hm. Ouughon -
4ta T..... Ill. p.B.. homooBUOUIOH School BusdtThoIrrnoslbuorw II' 1:10 ..... Holy Communion

A Proto.il.nal. w...... Club O. Ilnd.... ASSEMBLY OP COD-Pah* City I:0 a.m. Oiurch ramlly CommunIon ..
M.nntniorInd ind _..... 7 ,lid ,.m.. CourthoBH IllOO B.ho.
Pmld.nt-Llds Mornlnr
'Ul vt ..m Buntlay Srhout 1'1..r and Sermon
.4th Tu.. nlthta, Pint Nat'L Bank T... .1 S>walle Pelnt I'11'0' >.m. Mornlnt Wonhh "weeS" .. e1"'" Cummuaios' >

Cooanut Pork.North RI.., $b. .. M.or--J. Merguelln 1 .80 ,.m. Ihur.., Bible Study Prayer Toudap-7 D..
Property O>n.ra As.uu,...iunPpu.Id.nC. ltd Wed, I ,..... Town Hall 5aa' : ,.m. Sunday. Youth Borvlo* Tkund.y-It a.m Holr. Comm.nl.
H list. CommonS*
10 pm song. norvloe
M.. Kohrabauih - - (Unt T .. Servleo
MooUnil tnd Wodn..doya at homotCmJ I FIRST BA'TI.TO S. Akre ATOWM Friday o *. : doll .
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 4'i. "
Co".... Club. Aiooclatlon ., I. HUDSON, Unity Church- Fifth. Pious
i. Interim Pa.torSuaday 70. ro
P..Ioi.Edmund;' Republican Club el MinIM Ceuntf II 10* ..... Sunday
M bunS. S ,.m.. If C."irieulturalBldf. Pteelrlent..Jeme- B.. "-.. I 7.10 ..m. Serrlooa Wednesday
Republican Won.. Club of 114.,11. CuProillont.Mm.
rnoholdm A.@ulolloiiPuid..bOun.I 4' ,.1*.m. Sunday School LUTHERAN CHURCH OP
.. John W. Hu..pIr. : ; ST ANDREW
U. V.. BottonlMoou I 1 a.m Mornlif Wurahlp W. Prim. Vi.Ia 81.d.
on oall lue., I piM ... .Irol N.tlo"aI lI.nk I ..1 p.m. Training Union H. O. Po't Lunlu
L,' ,.m. Evening IIPI "ABTa
c.,. ,. Club of Stuart C. Dimecratle Executive Committee 'I dne.day Wor.bl I:II am h.d.School
Prooldwifc...Mr*. John W. R...... h.hm.n-Kd.: T M'irray 517tOOlus..Tr.s.Mnrdr. um' 1,10. p.B. Mid.week Prayer Berrlo It JO a.m Ser lc*

Rid .lunI. lie ,..... Woman ClukHlblicuo ) "Meeting on callRELIGIOUS St. Clair ; PALM CITY BAPTIST- tk M Mc H. S. SOUTHERN METH MISSION

P.rk Clra Aiaoclatlon HbNUV TATUM '. (Meeting I. Hobo Sound Civic Center)
.t
M.cDonald. - - RlbV CHARLES ...
Po.uld.nt-G or. *,4lam. Sunday Brhool BENIT. .
.., Moa, I *' p m.. flril National (inklndl.nl. ORGANIZATION 5 .' ',.,44! I 1.00 urn. Morning Wonhlp 7 141 ,.m. Song 1.1.
$ I
._ Civ I. Club Girl' friendly Society ; I .10 p.m. Training.. Union IKIO ,.m. Kveulng Wor.hlpST
1... ,. fcv.nlng Wonhlp
P.d..t.-Grod.. BmltblthMooSp.rn. 101.11. Jack, Whltlc.rtrl. HOLY CROSs CATHOLIC..hdlaat.we
.
.. I ,..... Bt Mary IburckS I .10 ,.. Wodneiday Mooting. Midweek Pray ,I XAVIEa FEICI

Ions.. Back Ca...... Club Jeeeib Guild o I..d.,.. 7,41 a.m.i; Flm.t
Pn.lilcnt Mro, Calvin. WIlbur Prmld.nl-Mra. Henry B Spenw FIRST BAPTIST-Pert Salon* .1 d. ... ... bufs.. 11..

Rod Wod. I ,....., J. B Woman Clur I lot Mon.. I p n. School Q TAYLOII, Faouirt MARY EPISCOPAL IS Oeea

...... BMk Woman AooclatlonPro.ldontMn It. Joeeph Holy Name' Society'renldei :41 a.m. Sunday I.ho eulevard Stuart
I II 00 Morning
am
Hubb.ll Th KKV W
B
W..bl
Franool ROWE Reotor
H. Romnarlnbun .
t- 0:10 ,.m. D'rO
,..-... Moo., 8R 707 Cluhbouaolinlor before lad 8ua. I p.n.. lohool ,. .0.. l'l .50 ,.m. Knunbor Wohl, .7 ..10, .,n. 1 A". ( t.

Woman Club - .. - ,,10 ,... Wodooudoy Pruyor must.boos. ?. I a ( S.,1 ) 1..1
Pr.ld nl.>...Mra. Pranh Znrn COol prasliro Cal).., 00\; '.to "PI
tad Mon. I p.B, Woman Club. SCOUTING liOO ..... ,., Thnrailar and
Bop Sceule of AmorOuslotbtfluul.p.f.I RIO BAPTIST Balnta aid
announced
Bo r4l .
Martin County Audubon SocUly ., RKV JACK .
sod Mon. I p.B., Jud.o Clont' offlo* Delp Ball FRANDE f fHf-SJ*! CHURCH! P? THE
Wed. 7 JO Bat, eHuart Am I.ogira "I a-m : BLUSE
SACRAMKNT..poe
Ihol
M C. Aao.cl.tlon for 114..... Hoiltk .c0. Morning' IIV. Chiob BI.. "
Praold.nV...R... Donald SrhroodMInd Spa Explorer .I...... a_... SKtp' 430 : 1..80 ,.m. Training W.nbl W. THOMAS LOUC"
thnn. noon Th. Roof $klpptr-Geerce Cleaeon u ,.1 p.m. Evening Worship *.ID am Church School

... C Chapter Amorlco. Canow Society. W."", ,'0 ,..... Anehorec Marina ,.m. Wodnoo Prayer Mating Ito p.m. Holy Euch.rl.t

Chairman" -Mallury JohnionMartn - - TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwy. no CHRIST(Winter MEMORIAoplt laland

Memorial H..pnJ AulUlwn SERVICE CLUBS LEWIS 8T Paotor .0" .nI. to AprtU

'.....don..I1... Curt Otto CI.: ..... Club of, Stuart ONE OF 'IIIE PALM DEAn 'SHOW G\K1)LNS' I IN !SL'M\Y'S' HOME: AND GARDEN DAY .,I*.m. ANCIL School CHURCH OP GOD..Induutow*
lot Men, Pint, National Bank \: ..... Morning womb) RBV EVERETT MOSS

Martn County II....... CklMrec AM. Pr.tld.nt Wed, 1 ,iia-Aaron p..... Ihlp HueUm Lantern.ndUatewi I.41 00 p.m m. Evening Training. Union Wor.hlp 1} *; -m. Sunday I.ho

Pr1ud.nb-lrs$ IwI.." alto: p: : Wed. Midweek, PropuDUNKLIN *; ..m. Morning Wonhlp

.rd Tho,., IU ,..... C.... 5m. hi N..I Klwenl... Hlne Clubl'rusldsnt.4.u. Palm Beach Estates Tour Set for Sunday PB BATIST-lodlatuws 7ulOpm 1oi: p:m: W.I'ou'r: P"".

Netlonal ............ AiteclatloaPnoldrnt VeMta4th Wed, Ilil ,.... Bemlnol Ira RKV IEU MEWI I.d..

-Mn. Vlrwlnl: ,00 ..... Bi iool OP
National Bank 10 Sunday CHURC THB GOOD SHEPHERD-
Tttara, Pint J..... Beech Lloe Club
Pita City Garde CluhProaldont Preildent-Jane. Dean Martin, County residents and I tour will be held on Sunday March Swciitt *60 South Ocean Boulevard 5. Mr. and Mrs Aubrey DHutchcson 11:00 Ills .pm..m. Morning Training Wohl KkV. ELMER

-$... ..... Np'.... "'.'-.,. Wod., Till, ,..., Seymour visitors have been invited lo par I K. Co-chairman of the event. arc Mrs Abram Nesbitt! chairman 115 Pare Monccau :80 ,.m. Wonhlp Service. 719am. Holy. ALL.

Spud Thun. ..10 ...... Clvlo Cento. Jop't..Hobo' 5usd XI..nln Club in and home tour I Mrs. William R. Johnson; and (Beautiful[ formal gardens). Mrs. Aubrey D. Hutcheson chair. Ills ,..W...., Midweek ServloeST 5,10 and urn. I'.rl.h Eucharlit. Sermon
ticipute a garden Sunday School.
P.Wl City 0..,.. OrianlutfaM. Preeldent-Robert Harp Mrs Howard Major of P a i 11 I 1m 2. Mm Joseph Regenstem 120 man. (Lovely antique furniture and JOSEPH CATHOLIC Eaot ItKKV U ill ..m. Morning Prayer,
........,....-Dr. Genrie K. Bat Mon., I pm, Jupiter Lit* MarinaRetary of Palm Death eslalcs on Sunday. Beach. JAN JANUSZKWBKI I. day of the month. Frt lu"
Sod TMB, Cl.l* Canter I' Via Del Lugo Mrs. George E. porcelains). Mama Sunday J. 0 and 11 ..-.. Ins pubs Holy C.u.

PkUolan. Oar.oi Orb Aaooclatte.Praoldont Club .., StuaPou.Id.ntDr. Muey March 8. The six houses of outst.mdmg ,Kent Jr.. chnrmun (Eighteenth 6 Edward C. Garratt 151 I Sea. Week da ol 7 .II am.Coofo.uionsb JENSEN
a: Bi.nton BEACH
-ReT. t'..W.;..Manoh Wed, 11 ill p...., Bunria Inn Mrs William Y. Sayad. presi. beauty and interest which will he Century French paintigns, formal view Avenue, Mrs Henry Gibson first Saturday rrldny and.month Thursulop.Onto' 441 Skyline Drive, COMMUNITY." B..ch

let Moa, I P.B, Stuart Klwanl Club dent of the Garden Club of Palm opened to the public from noon garden). Jr.. chairman. (Most interesting sill and 7JO. t.o.1 ".. ntlev. NKWS'ON to. TWEkDT

Put $. Cl.lo Ao.atoHea .Id..t.-Vr. H. Haiedale Illp.on Beach bus announced that the (to 6 p.m. are those of: French house with 1:80 "m. Sunday 8chool
110
I sod It
7un.Id.tb.-.WsIor$ Bonionlot 3. Mr and Mrs. Philip T contemporary ST. CHRISTOPHERS) CATHOLIC am Morning
!fhun : Tbur, huB ...m., Town Houa. 1 I. Mr. and Mrs Charles B Youth Wo.bl
C.nt.oIrd Garden
I p.m.. Club annual Home and Day feclung). Hobo Sound .s p.m. F.llornuhlp.
.n..... ( n... Supper ........ C 0. Stuart HI.Stepper* Square Dance Club Shirple Woodbndge Road Mrs. Mu. at II lit ..I.".. 1 1 p.m. Wednnd.y, V.o'b' Choir
Pre.IJ.nl-CUbert Buns.TOurs. Philip I I i T. Sharples. chairman As is 'customary, funds raised *"JJ P m. Wedneiday, ftonlor Choir

FlrahMM Port' Solera, pod* CMI Tuoday.Dofenoe tiS. .... I pm. youth_Center (Georgian House precious porce- by (the tour will be used to fulfill FIRST-T24 CHURCH OP .CHRIST Bouknrard11KIO SCUNTIST tlCOpm. Thunday.. Midweek S....
Is Named EI O.
*4. CM' ClubPbuuIdout.,1.rb: Stuart Lion Club Colonel Sottong I Inns I Ixmcstoft, Chamberlain, the educational objects of the a.m. Iundoy-7 JEHOVAH pm WITNESSES Wotchtower-.Brill Btudy Rood

Bhomor Pre.ld.nt-Al K...... Worcester Spodc). Garden Club; maintenance of the 11:00 1:00: a-m.rm Wed t ) Meeting Mond.y_7 ISO ,.... Bible Study

III Tknro. Clukhona Ind.4th Wed,1pm, T.... Boue. 4. Mn W. Gill Wylie Jr 153 Four Arts Demonstration Garden Reading Boom "n.T'r.. 1.. Bouni Thunday-7:10.JIlnLtry B.bol I.U,
Club To Affairs Unit .... .
Smart W_ Club Military M un throunh 4 .
... VandorreofIrd Stuart Sereetlmut Mn W. Gill and support of the Pine Jog conservation
.M. Mr*. Coruellu. K Preal,lent-Bdna Wolflitlrd YVoodhridge Road Saturdays, 1 .m..II'O p... REDEEMER LUHEIIAN-E. Oeoa* BId
Wad. I .M p B, Club BulldmiTakebula Thure noon Sunrlw ..... Wyhc chairman. (Contemporary education center which REV. .
V. bin been doing a great deal in attracting was generously given to Ihe Audubon CHURCH OF CHRIST-425 'Boh Rd. e.n am. Sundop '".. Bt..
Cereom Gra.pOhutrnsnM's. Stuart ...,.... Colonel O Sottong Creole rare collection of pewter BllUCb GDHIIrLL; ... 10:50: am. Wo..hl! S.yL1" .
BOOM* J KootetUt : PrsulInt-Dbok' FrrorTu. appointed a member of the Flori. industry and with the help of local measures of five countries). Society for community use Sunday.
Wei, !HO *.m., homo* : ..., 1i ii' ll"k Pony 10 00 an. Ulble Study CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN.
pm industrial
- da Slale Chamber ot Commerce community representsives --- by Mr. and! Mrs. Alfred O Kay. 11 too ..... Wor.hlp and Communlol JunlterKKITH

;.r'- or COMMERCE - - - Military Affairs Committee and business leaders, we have .;;; \L-Wt'iiTi: ;;; ." Tickets can be purchased at 7:00 p.m. (:vonlng Wo.bl 1,00, P.JOHNSON. P.itor
VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS ------ W"n..d.p a.m Lhurch B.hool l

; .Id.n-lr. WUII.B V.... American ... ... J..... Beach. The appointment was made by met with considerable success For I'll 'In: .'III, "n' J'I"'W: SIt PITIto' Thrift, 254 Worth Avenue at the Ida ,.. Mldw..I 5101. Study liOO ..m. Pol or'. Cla.
(
Tuo*.. I pn. CoBBunlty Cent.. Commander.-.-OIKlon) Hewnde Floyd B. Bowdcn, president and the fiscal year ended June 70(). \t Utl'l"I 1\1" S'r STKlbs. Four Art Library or from Gar- 10,00 a.m. lI.r.ml Wonhlp

Meuen Beech Area I.d110", I p.B., Lotto EUAmork 1963. Florida had defense, contracts MOHIIIt den Club members. THE CHURCH OP COD-flagler I FIRST METHODI11tlnoo
For b.r. accepted on Feb. 17. IN HIUVKIiI : a RKV B1LLIB McALPIN 51EV. WALna; D. .A.
r..ld.n.'r.n.. ". I v.... .. ....1.., Stuartloramandei J. K. alloway, totaling $583.(000)()(),000() as 'I'UK .car \'1' -: (01'] I But service will be available. 10.00 ..... Bund BrJiool 5,41 ..... Purring.. JFJIUP
-John. L. Taylor. According to the California total .\MV 1"1I.I'\lW I 11:00 .m. Wonhlp .,
to
Port. C Blackmam I Ind and
suhbout-L. of $5 836 (XX)( ) ()XX() ). In 11.
: comparing .','.,.,,". I5o'I5u'll before 7 JS p m. Tu.. Pr 1.ln. p.m. Yo..tJio
Four Arts
Pod Thnr*, I pn, FIr.bousPhast American. Uilon. Idlunluw.Cu.omotdin.li.n Library shortly -
The of (lao commit 7 Thur., Y.P.K.: F.lowohl.
purpose 1962 of $645,000,001)< ) )( we see a 10 0 I HUH: I OH* p. 1..0 ton. dsrlo
VMibyith relations .\11 ,0'1'011'i '"rt If till-tillFKtHtl! noon and at frequent inter July I and : : :d., ..hoot r
._1....._M. X. ("nny) MelwnInd ) Bat., I ,._ Ice is to assist in improving per cent decrease, which may IIf .\n.r 11,1, I 1""lh.n.l dic ft..d, vals thereafter until 3;30 It BlaLl UNION CON.RTINA rUt Baa.TRINITY

Thur*., I am.RetaU American ....1.. Ao.I1I..,.. .I."... BeaUPreeldent with the military and NASA may not be significant but is noteworthy ni'. 'nernby niirivd and rniuiriul toni p.m. Palm City .._ .
.. Ulin: d, ,lit whb'hiis'oiuvluv5uu.in.t.nilmott.l is recommended that everyone take Rev LAWRIB J. SHARP REV. J\IL
DMalee. -Uri. Kmma MuCus ill order to make this Mate more unv ( : nr inai GU8ALUI
MerckaMa .. II... I Our Slate Chamber Eleeromci I ) I I' I,41 n.m. Sunday School B :0 .. .
i. 4th of
p n.AnMricaa advantage this excellent !service \ Iho
'hotrmhlUp Ssmn.b4t Buildiol I ttfaetive for military bases, in.I CommiUM he Uud by John I I In iOu ..rti, ,. of tne: ounly Jiulice; UK ...Menieg Wenhlp ', &m. Vuuulbp .
Tlton.. StooPS Chbar Loftoa Aaalllery StoutPm..I4.utMro. of Marlli>l t'.tp. ji'l.riI I IH the Tickets for complete transportation 10 00 ala. to. I p.m. Wodnooday, WOB.an 7&50 p.... E..nl" hI ...
"" "" "" "CONSERVATIONAitdnVen Cl.r Mar Tilma Interest more retiring I: military! personnel Boone of Melbourne is t taking steps t'nU, th,,IKK. n: HluIn : r : :.Ja.h"I: can be purchased at thelibrary hilorn.bipI.F.IIAL ned 'u.d.U Wonhl.

.. Ind.4th Mon, I p.n, ....10" Hall in living I ill Florida and to which will achieve results in this -Ix CMlHiilar ,u.ntio, rrum II,. : OSCEOLA STREET
METHODIST. IJaV
Bublvpo4.Id.utZo.s.. Muons. Bun litBoot M.rlln County Bunch... W.W.I Veteran assist t business and industry In area. Recently Senator George dm. ur I IIJ..t l l.llbl..II"n. n! thl. No. on the day of the tours. Comm.nd.r-Philip A. Klr. tin' Biih cUIni. or dpsnt IIIIIHIra It has been requested that AII'tRTI\ 1:41 am Sunday .
Mon.! I pm Pint National Baankkaak increasing the number and amountof created uimmittee on vOtbn utI ubuni slab llr
Smathers a 'I
Frl I. B. Community Center JlnOO a.B Morning
Welto Leatue: lot Ird visitors do not wear spike- heels. Wor.hlp
ru.ld.br,
? no.5 pout sOlo. Wow.n.
military and NASA contracts head IV TIIH COIIITV JUX-Ktl COt RTIV Ml.ilon.ry Society
FbLobt-CbrOP.; ,. Klniret Martin County Barrack Auxiliary. defense and space industry pu.lI.,h, 'iu "r lb. cl.I..llt .10.1 nlll.t A V I II KOK MtHllV IOU.1- 0' ...h Bth moo.f
: .
lot fri. I ..m, CourtnouMJueler Pmld.nt-Mro. Ruth N. Hull 'For Ihe past several monthsthe ed by E D. Carter "f f West Palm I",' -worn 11 b> the i Ulniant. hi.oC."ft LItlAL ADlcltTlnKSsKS'rT.OLLAII.tOM5'KFIIbIIls H. HII>% W.d "* .

CMaemtlen ClubTu.5.P'S5 lot-Ira rrl ( ..m.. Old COB Chunk committee has been evaluatIng -i Beach. This committee has had ..r 1.1 latturupt'. ur It will 'J'\IM PHOHITU MO, tin t:4l ,.... Thoro" .
..... Stuart Tout Cento.Stuart b., "111"' void .. 'obdinle. to Illw.I'u..d : : ) IN IN ni-: IdIO ,.m. Board of .Steward
I VPW Stu.rt the data collected In the above several meetings and is expected I ', 101. 28lh dun' 0' 1"t'hrary.I. II 'I' I t H .;$TAT.J OP 5 n..... _h mouth) ( *
hubbub. Club Oonim.. .-Jiihn M. MurrayInd the ,.""I NOTICE I Ie henby Klven Ihat thiTrunt 5
I Pre.lium'. ..-W. B. Bradley' .4th Thun.. Gold. G. Building areas in order lo appraise sig. to develop plans which will be of 1IUKT NATTOVVt HUNK ...,. or the lernal I Imiiovi" WILIAU B OOLPNG. \ SOUTHERN MCTHODISTPS

IP* 'Wd, I PB .onoral. .>eotllIrd >: I VPW Indluitow.rommand.r nifieanec of the military on the great assistance in Ihi' connection.The I IW HTtHI' nIplit Fund: of lb.: "Iuta 'f liurl.I.I I OF- .I'rTiriOt: ltCv. D. H. KNIGHT J8 .
t.i w.... I *. .t dl.ton. lot '. I. BkiVer -Jo.eph W. Proobn. Florida economy These! show that Slate Chambers Militiry Affairs .V. An,'Him" rxerlllorLy In me.lln, In the, ,Hoard Hn I in of 1\0"\1" 'L 't.I1' KJK Tu_. ?..0 p.... .WJIb.. r"ld It .... Pout Homo /U01.AMI MCHIlhJT: the Uovernor (sf11. ., 1'81'1101| UIlIIoI-I IliikT AIMlSlsl'It.iTItlXC.T.i 1. "m. Sundap Sahol
q lot-lrd B.t. I : there are 810(10( military and civilian Committee will cooperateand .\. M..'e Pi'm., idoot and acheduled for 10:1111: A M 1. 'W.II.- J p.m gpworth Lengn

: "flRCMEN:S ORGANIZATIONS VFW Ao.III..,.. Sluortromm.no.r personnel stationed and employed assist these committees in developing TniKt,, nffirrrOldMTrHWlN iJen) Match 14th' 1 m4' will.' con Notice u hereby (gIves that I 1:80pm. .".
WMl.t .< application mudsn\ Alley. W.d.... ...
M.lvlni
Mr.
HCOfTAI ha\a filed final return. Anciliary
4sn.. ack PlraBn. WUUkerd 4 AmUlary -.rd Wod, OolJ.o G... BulldlniMISCELLANEOUS at military base. in Florida plans for altraetmg mote < .I'Ull I '11':UXONHy Mae**, ItoKer UnrlHay. I'. O HoxIMS. Administratrix my C.T.)\. .of th* l ins ,.... Ladlea MhMtenary Soelekr.
r.sld.-Mm. AJ The total annual payroll i.in is contracts /./ Win. A Ouithteraoil Palm Bnaih. r'li,rl,la. on behalf talat of William tkldlng du- .no ana 4ut
| ...du. S KB.tM - - defense ,.
ltorn. ) for '..tdtn of Amy of Palm B 'aih Compana tosoed: that I have filed my i Pelltlon .8 pm. Prayer Meeting
.. enrt VeliMMr Fi". o.--t excels of $440,000,000( per I In the area of mlitiry prime Hilt'part L4.nlhan il\,' Florida corporation' : :, for iHirHmneof for Llatrlbutlon and for Final FIRST METHODIST_tadleatew
tee*. i p.m.. Plnheltenrert Civil. Air P.0.1Comn.ondsm.MnJor I year. including the recent increase! awards for and I lab MMlih i' li. 19, III..etu )t tha following deauriuud land, to- iBchnrire and that on March II9o4 RiV GEORGE MctAJKMlCS*
contract research :
AmUUryrert UMing .II R
;
Salem nremen" I will apply to tha Honorable
LeaekCemmltlee I4 .....
0. R. It i.
Pmubd.st-inV I Colons.Sod. : in military pay significant we can a I s l1 compare imi' 4 nit II'r lIlt Rr OK TusKS : I C Pfelffer frowhrlds-e, CircuitJudge I I 1 11100 a.a. lIu..d.I.ho
.
Thun. I iso \I... "'.h..... el IOO to note m comparison that the awards to Florida 111I11\ ind institutions p""MI Jl lIlt I It, I IHfllT OkMIIIIIIM File' 41449 43 15J.11 of the Ninth Judicial CIrnulIu"litg I JO P.B. MY.rl.. Wohl t
vrtu.leor Plre Derarbme. Ch.irm.II"rr 0. KindredButcullva l\ .\\ BIlK MtllA1 berauae of the diuquoliFica.tion 1'as. .
Sel-me entire m Evening
the P
Br.W.n__<**" Johnoo.Utlrd Dlreolor-J..hn C. 11"_ USDA reported that of 2.5 per mil ($153- 'J'I't.u.. 1't \ A parcel of ,ubmeruod Und In of the County Ju..lira .In and I .00 ,.m. Wonhlp Junior Choly ,

Tu*., ............_ Ill W. Ocean Blvd.. Ar T.4111 1961-1962 Florida citrus crop was (XX(),(000)) of rnilit irtotal with >M1 IS': M1LHOV It \'\f' 1.t1J11, ama : the Und Indian:In th Riser* llanxn abutting(Irani.Tiwnnltp topl -. for Martin of County p.14 Florida, for approval d 7.45 ,.... Thunday Tord.r.", Senior Choir

TIATRRNALOPGANIZATIO NJ Lady Coll.r. ,....lDtI.. valued at SU60UOOOO) picked anti similar awards in C ilMrma, 41.34 it'lid woman l : 8d South ;Itanite 43 for .n Or ,'r of u'atrlbutlon. and FIRST PRESBYTERiAN Rlv S<

Order ol P.M.Uyaour Pro.ld..t-IIn. Kdna K. Can delivered to the packing house. lalllllff i Haul: Town of rlewalla 1'. hit, for rlnal l>l>charno an Aeillury JtV. MALCOlM A. HARBW, .p- ,(
oaelaChoptor () ( ) These
Cuun.tlsb..Ch0r.t Blpm tu.... I 10 ..m, M. C. GoUt.,,. Cllll Con. per cent (S2.'OCJ.OOO.IKJOI.). Martin ('ounly H.irlda. m,.ro AdmlnlBlrntrlx of I of Wll A. SYDNEY .. .= .
.....". MOOn tnl' ..B.. MatonU T.pl.eu .. Lively Art. Club 1 here are other factors are the most recent aMilablc! fig- I'. J" \\ AT'bM it :,ilI i. 'low,..rll..lllrl. )'' services brrni.iunt.IllII)5'lt ; "! 10.00
'ract agencies performing Date I: 13. 1814RUBY '.m. Sunday nbusl
Anus MWI'IS' LOdI Pr.nid.ntMo. L. A.hhy Arbe_ urea for fiscal yeir 1 Iljh:. It has hliut. a
W..blphl 1I.Chrl..Io" 11.1k TJ,. .) Ird Fri.. I lit ,...., nomoeMartin "or Ihe military with payrolls ex- been apparent for 'some\ nmo that U. ls, III If'I''IO, RUr. !In IT/ at the IlItflr..tlon of H. AdmlnlKtratrlKf BHOWVAnilllary sm. Morning Wor.hbpPRE3SY'FERIay :
1Iaa.... S ,.... 11110010 the North line of the Hunaon COMMUNITY_
1st-md Catsup Fair Ai.ocl.tloe ceding $300000000() per year. 'U'I'I so ipso ll rIS A. of tIn FutaU of
cducii Hob.5.und
our siitt
must update
Rib. we Grant entahllahi d br \\ II-
COot. aa
buss. MUhIP P'd.nl-.l.' W. H..... \Mlllam bIding,
% P..Idunt-Rr5. Wilma II.dlop lot Mon, IdO ,.... Agricultural Bid. Icecnlly approved facility addi. tional system Construee!, action 'l'IIK N.\E! 0'' I'll H it'r.St'K: Ham ll Koat. Murve;or In IK.5' ... E PLOY*.10 B. HAGIR, Poop
Sod T..a.. I sm. BIOs: l..doo 'ions at military buses in Florida is taken with ihc 'w "'IdHt\lA. 'I'U 'rIllO oBI.'US. with tli center r line of Hewall Pub: t7b13. 20 17. Mar .. 1M4XVIHI. II IOn .m.. Sunday 1.01
SororityXI Martin County Coif and Country Cl.bPisnld.otKl being expectation 11"1\1'1'' lolnt Itoad: thence runnliiKaautherly a.m Wonhlp, ..,..
llf-a PM HlibeeIrd total in excess of f $36000,000( () that our school I hI/.I/' referendum along .aid centerline .JO ,.... YooU Fellowihlp 1

1p.Ibuo Zstm Cbs J.to RdWbI. CEil Boll To.... 1 :ID p.m, Clobb... fanned NASA construction now will be I ", il 1 S5'Ttll14: '' lo known B* : Ho.Ith 27* OH 11" bunt.20JIUS .: Of PI HI.1C HfARISU 7 :10 P.B. Adol. Youtk Choir.WANTED .
p,1: providing li1Ml
rro.IdontUrs. .. \\ ilATt:ft hi In knoKnI feet; Iheme Kiuth' TO11) IT MAY CONC.\S: 11110. IIIV. UNITARIAN
to"I" Tlto... I ,. boma Merlin Ceunty Farm Bureao ''nder way at the Cape is reported additional needed hn.li, learning I I.. hn dm Hill hi* unknown .1" tn,; ... Jionil( fi-it: theme I l. r..r SOs 'nrt Piuro. D..h FELLOWSHIp
XI Cam_ Phi ChapterPrelldent Hre.ia.nt I -Albert: hrueier: '0 exceed $1 It 100() ,(XX( ).(XX). Con- We HI 1'"''''i'.P. If nll\r aid If ..inn.i I III 80 ith lu. in' 81* I;tun. til.01 J'I snninCsn : ComiuulunSr 741 Is.uay Drl...Commutiy Port Csot.r, 1
-Mr*. O II:. Bloeum Ind TOurs., Demlnole" li,n facilities. can cspcl i un increase .fir unknown heir. dmlaei., feet to a point In sold road centerllnti Martin (ounty. 'lo'ldl, ..1 rondt't Piarou H..h.
I) I.,-,,,, Thur, i ,."*.. bom_ (ruction of $112000000) i is in in military c"I1'roict' t awards Kiattee' ,'re""r. nr other wl I,mu.nl.Id< centeilliietutor.oil I a publi, 0 hour )'.lo..hlp, ( 7 10,00..,....... Soudsy I
.' Dauihter el the America RevelurteaReient Merlin County Am.t.ur Radl Club irogress for fiscal year 1964 and ,.aJ'tin* clHlinlnic by, Ihrouvhnnd th* north line of the if 730: PM on Mann l I' 1164 at 8hol. lundia.
I Mr*. Jt.rjo.le. JUumUftwi I.mat,In t-Hill Urltton for test and research! i :rtCy|| |in ,'r or avnlmit tna mild, untlfi aouth. 10 acie of riewall Point the Martin 1 County CourlI.ouo In PENTECOSTAL RISLE-Indiostawe .. J
Tbura., hemeaMother. Third Thur.. I p.m. AT 1 4B6I he payroll II $37000,000 per proportion to the iiii'r,' in:cnt in .. h" a.'. n'"'t !'in" in to It aa defined by conirete Vonunnnlit Hiuart' lorlda. to connldur th* matter CURTII IIKNNER. h..
DeMelay vear I.lth.r ilMd or alive. sb,,.. re*. *nt In t tl* (rout nil I: theme of amondlnw th* lunlnv regu 1:0 .... Bu"d.School
COils .f Martin County Hutorlcal $..uI.tpl'.uiiutIIlund our educational f..cli''I,c. IU...nit.. an unknown; rm, :North 88' oa' US" hiat, Iputlobli follows: ,.... Bud.. ..
Freil..lent. Mre. J.nnle Dune. M.rrell From the above, it is apparent alone eald line of 'the a ,.1,.... ... 1.n.II.U.atn .
4th Moa, I P... MMOnl. Tempi* lot Tuea.. Iil 0 ,..... Flr.t Natleaal Bk hut the military and NASA make anl, nnv and all unknown partle auth SO r.o of Bewail. lolnt, 1. Chu.ge t h. dflfnUlon. of Bbl .
Ladle1. Auxiliary !. IndlM. Blve.Cneampmeal Stuart Training rlillmlnw Inlet i.at.. by, throllKhtin a dlHtunc* of Ml feet to lb.n.obrth.bol (boIl,.., (lol'. '101101 ..
II Multiple &.1011... Service. 1 very substantial contribution to 'lor or 'nitalnat I any, or elth.rif rumor oI' a tnu't of tlon. tu"nn .. County.wids .

Chlol Sfrrztfssstf secretary-Carl H. Turner he Florida economy and warrantffort Prc-school Exams the. sid i nmed: Prfenlunl. land ionvy..d by the Truater' '01111 definition. [ Young
Tu.. .... Men
dii lnd-4th I a. helm. rievlaeea, IfKotee. of th* Internal 11llI"ov..nll'lIt 1
I'n.Mu.t Order el Odd r.u._ at the state level to improvehe Hl.ntpea. oil. ..c...oi... legal rrprv r und to B..*eemer Pb"prrticn, .Fetahllnh : Inning nlunol-|: I Action Leadership Training o
P0,01.' Gon.--'I.I Chaaen Palm City Home. Demenalratlea Cl.0l'rruid.tt.Mp. military-civilian relationship Set on March 5 .,'ntHiHi>'. ".. .InpOl. In.,.. Incorporated In Deed B<.ok to, fl.'atlin It a.in I Milti. !
fclU.b.th fallereetlit otll- Pane ii;*. illblln IteLOiilii I of pin family UH- Stuart .
.j0.5 D. Grip Hi 1101 creditor or
1b lit-tM Sinrots TO.'.. S ,.;.., 11.10 r Pull Tue*, ':10 ...,,, Clvl Coatee nd thereby improve the Florida tri. ; Martin County. Flnrltla for the Irlcl "ldentia I Jaycecs
MMaun Pelnclana Kennel' ClubIrd lunate for the military. Research Parents of childn. "h I ,. will be Veins of HeaMnnlnji' ; theme rim For Inlormatlo, Cal
neampment
4 India.* Plus WlbsunBddth old t I I 1961 an.I ill pnrlle tiavlnc or rlalm.In South 10 il. It rant' P1-Ill( All 'Inlerrnted. parti'** are 'Invited
d Ch""? P.ttl.roh-Thurmood? II.. Call 1 :id.f..IDo; meetln Discloses! that considerable pro- six years prior : : i "I.I to hnv Hiy rlnht. title orIt feet to the Town of >wall. to attend and be henrdUatel I Jok.. 28'-580 I j
IOU plae i
To... S pm- rcu is being accomplished in this und who will attend I i h Stuart t I ,"leieiit" In the folliwlna; d...- Joint Bulkhad Wne; them. thin 2Mrt of hehruary, 1014Hy I I... I1-3822

I ....... ...... ..._'. CI.... ... Aoalllar1. Pert Solon Home Demonatrallea Clul ireetion, but also indicates that Training School ,II i,' re.cd to i Ibi-d pr"pertv. nltuate In Martin rim atone. aild Bulkhead line 'HTIS Ctl'NTYb'LANSINl __ 11-20 ___j j'Wvugv. 1 J
t pis.ldoobiOu'O5 Cultt.P l'usuldrb.-.biu. Xlllab Newli.iUl County. Florida. to.wit: {with.. oa IB- IT" 'Weal, 11.0fitet "SD ZONING
(Tb. Wtmoduustotpn.oI.lutMr5. Ihur... I .10 ,.m.. Clvl CenterRlptld onsiderablc more could! and have them eximniul! I'\I the farm- ; ilienc, run Hnuth' 4A* 01' ('0.51111 II tIllullON
tom) rurobor. Vnild.. be done. ly phymciin at this i III''" In order tub mi4 of ni,...k IT i'LVt ? o. 4.", '..., 1T47I feet: theme 11111 I OREENLES. ''1; II
... B. Co.. C".NIa
1d.dtI PPL. I ,... Player* ol Martin County 1 OK tl'>.MIIV a* IOn PubS dpurUnafrom. sold, Bttlkhrnd C ".
00...,...... Invited] Preallent. --Johinl. ,* O 140.. Florida has many' retired mm- that any defects nia "K corrected U shown, ,;'mnrkt-d n,id delanated Line, r blfl ; IV <"" ATTKHTMARIr:

psP O. .. l.t.Ird Thura H ...m. General Meetln. who mIlks substantial contributions before the opening ,'l 1 l ',hool on a I'Im or told, Subdivision Ue.t. TltIotI'.n: ,'* run. : G.L.T. le ,..I.rr '
Lout Thur.. I p.m.. lIu.'"... Meeting ary ""rol", IP,1 I In I 1'1.1 Hook 0. togs North 01. 21 15" .:at, .M i Pub feh. a I : ::
I P P. 1 VIM to the attractiveness of the The Martin Co'lIlIltlo.ltd of M It.. ii:". offl" of the Clerk of feet: thanr run North In* nrIB I. D E..4..1
.rn.Id.sb-Pdr5.I 7t. Lucle Inlel Vech Club. ',, for Wel.. III fet to the ,,xouth I' r"t OK Tllr; COITt
th i'IJ. lit I < l 'In and I.
r
.I.t-lr4 Mo.. I P.., hoa CoOl..odoreH..ke.. .. ireu Many of these \people have Public Instruction .11''" i he Mar-. 1-alm I I.och: County u '...trsrnro f the ufrruoidtract Jt 511.50 I. \'> BIlK .IIITIStOtSTl. : :

CI Cbup5oPvs.ldonaMi. lit Thur. I ,.... Yacht Cl.. ''itlle need for additional income tin I County He"nil l.p'irtnleflth.sve of land In l>rd B.ink HOPHeT TtTM OKI'HO"JIIB FLbRIDOPc
B Akl.y .. Ion and each uf you are hereby 4'Jl; th"".. f'>l low I nil th* .,
11001. activities
( Stuart Beard el ind civic issued I
...tllo W..... I* *-m, ..... Veel, ,lent.-Kaniom '"lionUt participate in a speei.tI I"rln i to each requlr: i,, file your, Anxwer :with oiitherly and eaaterly' h,Hindary Rr Sn
0_ ef ......... fur GIrls. Thur.. I pm, Stuart HotelBlau.t iieh as Umttd Appeal There are physio for his i I'hl'l, d I findings the Ink, .>f the llrrult Court of of eald I tract of land: run .:IT.\TI orHAHUI' t
Worthy AdvIuPu Whl.ld.lutIrd Mhirs who seek employment to and! recommedatk,,, I Martin I'"mnty 1 rl">rldn. at th Mouth DO* .8' II" .:..1. 2.1 C SAYIE
11m comI l' ...".
: e.
Tu's. 1110 p.m.: Ilousoad T.aploP Stamp BooI.IpI Court H,nine In Htuart, Mnrtln Coun feet; thence run North' 11' t
'5.0.0.05toobi. I'.ld.nt-WUII.m R. ReottIrd tipplenunt retirement pay. These, pleted form should I hi I presented I. Florlla, *nl bt.rr VP a copy 59* 193 feeti them'* run 'OiII5'7, TO i R.ITOII.; Confidential

;at. P.lm GrondMis.:! Clips Mop Tal.... Mon. I ...m.. Public Library 'oo, make good1 citizens by hav- to the school at the I I c of regisIf thereof .in Mkhnel (I. Uttman. At. ,rri* HI' in* f"". m TO Al,L,H '(UVIMS' OR' PE.RHOSH UK-- Criminal lanstlpto.
rlalntlff who e of \'IS.l (
.....|rd Mo*.. I ,." LOOT Hell Teuri.t Club 'ng considerable (talent to offer tration ier. for it the III 1:aat Xen; Uoulo.v.ril. W.r/riiH.. feTle'n": : ;. iVrlh\hU. MANHM dA 1 HVIIJ EsTATE, Dme
Ptu.rI.JoO5s. Elks Ld. IllS lit-Ird Mon.. I .... Tenth Caate. business and industry We will SlliHrl. rlorlU I ..' II" Mat: tan feet; > ou each you are hereby Suite-Hide .
ii.ud: .._Doa* TsukN o a physical ev i 1iii non 0 n mnllinw, n Idrea: I. J' O n.t.c"'rr.:; thence run North I** n8' If notified and required to pretenl COLD COAST
B ..._' -_"W" -- 1iT\'L :u\--) I'lt'I'IsICMKT 'ontmue to attract the retired mill. your child will ca lI', I manual Btimrt. I, rldH, on or befor' bbs W..... 110 feet to the Point ofBenlnnlnaT any claim* and demand which' PROlECIV
: .tl
'I. Ihrtao clubpmId.nbJ ary by recognition and generally IDth l .:f Manh IIK4 to the Containing 10.31 or either of you mop have acalnat .
rawt -- hardship on the t t.n'Ii, .,... lei. ,hosotut.o r HAItot.I1 c. SERVICE
,.. CmoS1st arrange- Complaint brouvht, an-nlnat you, and more' or
;,. T_.. 110 ,.... h' N.IL ClubntOmnot. IM HI II' \"TI<'F! making the Hate attractive Each menls may be nlul.l i h' have this earn of > .''s. :by ADb.Lh M. AMU.H deceaa.d. lat.* of .aid (' .I.HL 461-31
Chub. N.. IIpr..bls.Irull r bnmrr' II, li 4. an appll! 'atli 'hamber should! have an active <>V. a married: woman for t II. and will conalder o>hj."tlnn* thereto th* County. Judare ef Martin ."10.ty. .
II''". QJrIa IlMArthu.i ,,.n.. filed;: with, the rederal I *:m: done at the Martin' i "(,.1.\\! \ HealthMarch ptirpoae '>f ouletlnit title h (Objeollon to :the prupoaed;: solo lorlda. at hi* office; In the
... 100' 1011 mini' "nil..n* onitiilealon WalhlnitIon -ircujram of offering assistance to Dcpirtmcnt on Th i ," above dr,. rlbed properlv: loot .- of paid land abiuld lie *ubmlttedto court houae of mid County of Htu- -
......'" ..... ,.18 I). C. C or... 5 bbb o'.t of cor military in locating in the area. wla the "Negation. of ald Complaint th* Director T rsdtoosfl P the Internul art. r'h'rlla I within' .lx calendarmonth ..
i u..... c-roW: Too'..'. etruitlon permit of Mtatlun WMtraiilhurlied 5 at I p.m. will be .n.irum f.iurd Improvement 11'010.1.I T 01 the time of th. firsupubilcalion
'' ,.' '' Homurd 1 In o|,orate' on n.T im i One effective way Is to furnish by you and each" of you and toil" Capitol, TuIioh so.... .'''rlel.... prior of thl* notice. Eaih CITY
lot Tbtro: :;. IOU? Hull from mUg \\'ater Hr.la.lia.tinir. Com books on the attractiveness of retiring A Federal Comi. ,.. "(ClIPS :or t,lit ;ehall. 1 be publleh.d; I In to th* .date first above mentioned.The claim or demand .h.1 be In duillcate -
U...... D........ ol lbs C..lodooMr 1 laiy. Inr to IVHtl Kadlo, I 1100. Orfk In Florida to .. i of Fine The' Ktunrt New: a 'newijnaper Tru.teu non,.e the right to In writing. etal the
possible! !
11..10 B. powell .,i., director and itotkhulder can.didutcs Arts was est iblishi Presidentr pubil5l."d: In Dtuart' Martin Coun- decline |i> :me ** 1..0t{ any or all pine if molds neosu d post office COMMISSION
:t'r of Blue VNater laliullna coin For example 1 andon I William Howard I .ir. .Ft'ni.b once every week forweek of ald land Th and when adtreaa of the claimant and ahall
onef Tat.' Stir pull. Inc. ur.. I.e.ter M "omb. and of Research l Publishmu in fobr r,,"" ', Itll... (four publlcnilnnt matte pOsit ha subject to bbs Tr".- he sworn In by the claimant" kuagent.or .
"ot" 0.lu. Rob.... H'. tlarvaret Ann, <'nmb. ('PCInoruund Haynes ,,,''r.nU., tee reiervlnr unla t ,, lot hi. .tor..p. and any START
w. lI.t"-II" J.\lh ppuuomIi Tiapli dlreitoin of WIKtU' Hmllo In,. ar. Miami, will furnish two excellent \MTM-NN: my han and ....1 of of th* phoaphale, mineral I" and ..h latin or .. m filed
l.4.Stb 'DI_. B P.-'s John T. Rut oC )'..brsory metal and 60 t hall h. voidHIrWIF. REGULAR
It.h'h n W orntnr publications at a nominal cost, aid l nurl 11.1. itO day 'I'Ir': MEETING
{ .u.wmN; rinud Hilllvnn and Frank PINES 1 thereon or -, : 8AYLBA
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I". Ctty< CBBlMlo HMCoeet Hallo In. I* owned by Florida Year Round' There are C\f\ II of the Clrrult Court documentary tat tampa for ( Will T..m."t of P.M. 2nd and 4th
Msrlu-.tr 00.0.1F rlliiearaaa Umndiaetlnir Co.. InoClfflcera Stand Tall By o ISXBFtJ H. EVANS In t ; ''lu'o..teei H.IIOLr. C.AlL MONDAYSSdnlart
loll 41 1,001)() ) retired f"oKOBK 4h* of the .
lidotth Ms.t S ..... CI7" director and 10% or moretoikhuller currently military Deputy Clerk .
o .J Onert AmIUary of BhieaTra Drn.dcoutlolr people wilh only a small percentage In Circuit Court lI.al Internal. "npP..a Fund of till PIL'RNdS5lILET0H.FAKRUX- ROGERS
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L zsttrsss 0-- aw. r. rnnk O Trimble I Jr, Oarvl eD living in Florida "' for Ilalntlff PRYAXT. Oovern. 105 \V.rth Avenu* Public
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.,, I "11.LARO" RHODES THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
1 J Woman Club Election Meet OS BEI": I I'r IllS Lv11FSTER.V Exploratory Conference Held Ihundiiy, March S, 1964._ I ID.
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Ocean Breeze Park News Scheduled Next WednesdayThe Willard AI I h lea, crief;! ma' On League of Women Voters Mrs John McQuigg, Mrs William -
on .
Mrs.Annicle.
Aha Rosy Enfield, Correspondent chinist's mai '. s n or I Owens, Mrs. James K Ruw-

c t xara.! "-"" 4a \"IRfwtpw '; ..Oi...4.+i xsYaaaYSMN'. : regular business meeting the General Federation of Worn RI ,f l?dienlOWO, A group of women of \1.111"" I Further met'tint., wll, I* hold ell
of the Woman Club of Stuart en's Clubs A lunch m her is ese: rat .'e anti eubmar County met Kb 21 at the h,,nre, i I to discuss and c\plure i lU poui. I Mn. George D Wait Mrs Ru M
will be held on Wednesday. March honor will be given at the Sunrise t eattMr US5Rcnninglon of !Mrs. Wilbur Forrest t"> 1".11", ol he .. Witham Mrs Zola Sw"IIth""I.
hility ( 'lorntii ,,
nl t local
'n i
F'eb
Camera Fans View 11 at 12,30 p.m. the clubhouse Mem + d bout" the ot the I I Mrs. .
isht ;; Inn preceding the pro r.u1l. purposes corgi I? The John W Stoke. !Mr* tic
A covered luncheon will attending 19 far II h W..n Pacific of Women Voters:. league orll.'I1I1.III"11' i is com
hers who are mtereMc I in phtn Sehmidt Mrs Un I i''ahy
precede this meeting at which i this luncheon should! call Mrs. crul+c The etptofitor", eonferenn. wa,, plelcly non putivm Pierce, Mr. Piikett I L W. ,
election of officers for the club Conrad at Al 7 21WI::: or The CUll I, tho Hub of an led by Mrs. William 1 Halsu..11 Those present! at the exploratory : 'irrMr 11
1964.196 will take place. Cieorgc! ,,. Fillcr'8soup conference included I 't *. Hugh Wtlknighby\ Jr. M,,s
Best Slides of 63 year Mrs C. R. Vandcrveer" at AT 7- anti atM Ut.lflter- a member of the Florida M tan t irViiliom
Mrs Andrew Ferrara will give 0549 whcl I : "mpo+rJ irOf sur board" and plOd president' ol' ib.' St (luir. Mrs ( h.Ie ( ",".1111.' Mn Jean C Root and Mrs 1"m>i iiiighwiy 1
her report of the Feb. 22 bazaar fats. sub I enJ unnr League of Women Voters nt t Mami ,,_ David DuranhIn I prank !IAt
and plans for the next card party Several members art planning working ua .11 I oomiined Mn Halstcad I is also pn.dentdeniunate .."i. SWfano. Mrs. Kemp; taler,, !Mrs' M.imubi,, .
in tammenl he showed their art and! trait workm crews in recntty '
The O.B. Camera Club met twenty-two to enter Helen L. f-unnell
discussed ,
will be
also of the
force tl' t II' de troy enemy I I lea) lIe if f
Forbidden Slides taken the the District Fine Arts Festival : uncovered skull and I ,
at irnicnucf
the clubhouse 7:30 Thursday March I 18 I -
at The Mrs
: p.m. submarincThe Women Voters of FlorNathe I Ralph W. Hartman. Mrs .
ot..L.e March
Follies in Puns last at West Palm Beaeh on innnlmiil skeleton tenta-
summer
evening, Fcb 27 with 133 ing will feature Mrs, ers- Ben will visit Hawaii John W I llussev Mrs Jame
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will be taken for (Identified .
I Next Thursday' Clayton Ralph of the Florid 25. Reservations --- : lively n that ol' i i 1"?
tluuhinsaa .
scr past president before Mrs Riehard .
for u I I exercises I Hup .
present I, will show pictures he took o f Federation of Women Clubs and this event at the business meeting ,, the Far I carrier' i II sehcduled to return I fel Mrs .h. D. I Hidlev, Mrs Richard hit lorlo tncwtor, of the M,mi hu
and II
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Tom Cook showed a collectionof Alaska "Knowing the excellen now chairman of hostesses for the or can be made by calling Mrs C.R. departure .n Seventh Fleet I I to her homo. port in early Ai"e.imt. I imlvey. Mrs Jnmc M inter. hUfal" believed. to have lived
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IT.p East t as 'u' ,
Vandervecr to March 1' 10.000
yaan
!prior 1fO.
clubsin of -
prize-winning slides from quality of Claytons pictures we Council of International Clubs --- ---- ---, -_
the U S and Canada. These all know we have a treat in store. .
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slides pan. were and from were the the Ansco best Com slides Mrs. Warren A. Coleman from .,".. ... :':":"1
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submitted in competition in 1963. St. Simons I Island Ga.. is visiting !
her Mrs Charles Enficld. +
cousin '
At the conclusion of this showing < i

\\I; Jay Bohannon, program manager Mrs. Joe Finch entertained sixteen ,toga
,
for February, showed 115 tables of bridge at the Civic
slides of Spain which he took this Club of Rio, Thursday afternoon i ws rv
past summer when he and Mrs Two lovely prizes were awarded wM
Bohannon toured Europe As a at each table Dessert was served 't"j
conclusion to the evenings enterPIRSONVLS -
Dave Woo/Icy was host to the
Thursday Pinochle Club at Clement .
Hall The first three prizes
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went to Boh Beaclerk: C Wieda "j
Mr and Mrs Robert F Ross mann and Marie Rasmussle! va', ., ,' f ,
from Cresco. Pa, and Daytona, }
have returned to Daytona after a The annual party for all i in .' :"
visit with his sister and brother- 'the park who have a golden wet VOTE I 1 VOTE
law, Mr and Mrs Willis Cadwell ding this year has been poslpon ;r
ed for a week and will be held a'y'hria '
Mrs C E. Curtis from Chester, March 8 at the clubhouse : ,,:. : :
Va. is visiting Mrs Luther Weeks '. ., t' ."
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Wilde + ; .a i' 'io' "
Mr and Mrs Mateolm l i '. ,
Mr and MM Russell) and duugh from Oxford Mich, are vi,iling t" \ : .t.
ter have been visiting Mr and Mn her parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry; :: + : .: F 0 R
:: + < r.
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Allen Coast Wickes.now They but are are soon on theWest re Miller on Pepper Street FOR i r" .: t ,

turning to their home at Lake Mr. and Mrs Jerry Irish from t a r
Mohawk, Sparta N J., Davisburg. Mieh, are visiting her '. ,:. ; 9 ),I
parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl Carl ;." ,
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Mr. and Mrs Elmer J. Kagc! son v tt ,
man Fort Lauderdale were the : :iJ:
weekend guests of Mr and Mrs The Friday Duplicate Bridge .
F. L. Tyler on Bay Drive Club met at Clement Hall and had tr ., .f s
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ten and one half tables The winners : '
Mrs. Willis Tanner entertained for North and South were # ,,, '.
with three tables of bridge Mon Mr and Mrs Clifford Preston, ..'" W"

day afternoon A delicious dessertwas Mrs Minnie Schaffer and Dr ] ; '. \\11,,<:1 J t' t ), ,
served and prizes were awarded Thomas Moore and Mr Itnd Mrs < r .
to Bee Smith, Roxy Enfield Charles Mathes. For East t and < }t'ff sk
Sue Bessamcr and Marian Clark West, winners were Mr and Mrs '. '
Pete Hillman, Mrs. Rose Alpeter
Mrs. Raymond Reid had a cof t
and and Mrs. William Pcct amMr
fee hour for Mrs Vivian Patterears
and! Mrs Robert Wright i a .,
The
Tuesday morning. guest "
of honor who is visiting, lived' Mr. and Mrs Wiley Weeks have f
here for several years. : their three !grandchildren from h

Greenfield, Mass them
? visiting
Mrs Orr Campbell of Broad
I Street hid five tables of bridgeat Mr. and Mrs William Bailey
Rio Civic Club Tuesday afternoon from Akron Ohio are visitmi
Two prizes were given at'' her parents. Mr and Mrs Wil
I each table I liam Bcssamer. Her brother and $"..
his wife from Mt Vernon are
John Corliss and Harry Bonne
guests Lao.Merit. f
were taken to Martin Memorial I ,
Hospital Monday night for treatment
,,,
Exams Are

Mrs Berrm Germs and Tier I :,;..: ':.';:: jo. .

sister Mrs Ethel Crowell, from Scheduled Soon
Battle Creek, Mich, are spending
the weekend with Mrs Garms'

in son Sarasota, Gordon Garms, and family, For State JobsFlorida

citizens intent on state
Mr and Mrs Paul
Way are
careers dealing with clerical, social
visitors of Mr and Mrs. Joe Rob
work sanitation or technical operations
inson They are from Zionsville, may take state.wide examinations .
Ind.l' .
set for April 4. accordmi
l' Mrs Violet Shepard from New to Florida Merit System Director
g! : Kensington! Pa Mrs Elsie Aker Gerald L Howell.Applicants .
'I from Fa rfield. Conn, and Mrs qualifying on these ELTON SCHWARZFOR
Dorothy Howard from Bridgeport, tests are ranked on registers and
Conn., are visiting their mother, as vacancies occur in merit system
Mrs Sam Powell on Sixth Street agencies, the ntl"for available
names are considerationApplications ,
Mr and Mrs Fred Bledsoe from for this !Cries shouldbe
1
Robinson, III. were in Florida on mailed by March 18 Graduating
vacation and stopped to look the
seniors may compete on examinations -
POSITION OF
park over They decided that they requiring a high school diploma
like the location and
bought a mobile prior to graduation
home will
immediately. They
Examinations for Office i-
spend a week here, then go back positions
include bookkeeping, secretarial
to their former home where he
J stenographic, tpist, am
)
will soon retire and come to Ocean
Breeze to live transcriber duties, the director said COUNTY JUDGE
Shorthand and typing performance
tests must be completed by March

j -BEHR'S CARDS examination 18, for admission to the scheduled

Other classes cover beverage en
& GIFTS foramens, conservation officer
hotel and restaurant, motor vehicle '
social work and sanitation
609 COLORADO fields Social worker 1 and sanitarian EXPERIENCED SINCERE
I candidates must have completed
j WATCH REPAIR accredited college training
Sanitarian work with local County
Clean-$5.00 Health Departments under tag 1

Staff-$4.00 Slate Technical Board of classes Health to high 10 years general practice of law successfully representing c I pledge to doote w>' full attention and ability. tnt

Spring-$3.00 school students graduating open this people of f all ages, from all walks of life. all phases of tins office and the impartial( administration -

AIl1Vork June include aide 1 draftsman, biological I aide, engineering I, 36 years old, married and the father of six children h of justice to all people: vho ,011bdnrc

and photo technician 1 I. Applications Bccamc resident of Martin County in m(
Guaranteed I may be obtained and clerical a 1949. ?
o
I performance tests arranged with W I believe that judicial office i is the most honored
Plus We Give You A WatihloUse. l oca I State Employment Service Veteran of two years active duty in the U.S. Navy tt

I offices or the Florida Merit System n Promoted establishment of Martin County position that un attorne can achioe; 1 If elected,

A -- in Tallahassee Small Claims Court in 1954. a I will strive to retain the honor and dignity ntheReccivcd (

Courts, as well as to adhere to the spirit, and the

bachelor I of laws degree (from Universityof r word* of thc Canons of Judicial' Hthus.; : to the

OPEN SATURDAY Florida and ? undergraduate studies end that 1 nm\' proeu>rth>' of this oifice( not apermanent

MORNINGS in Business Administration at Ohio State Uni z t .. full l time i career.
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versity.
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FOR rat CONVENIENCE OF INVESTORS! busy during Over four years active participation in Federal

the week our investment office H now open Savings and Loan organization and operation.
s
very Saturday from AM till noon
,
Yon art invited to come in any Saturday for 'v :

III unhurried discussion of your securities problem

with OM of our experienced registered

representative in offennf. YouTI sound advice find him fitted sincerely to your interested own. Elton Schwarz '



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M HIE STUART (nil.) NEWS: 111111'11IIYlarch! 5. 19A4Ind (games Rcfre'lhmeltt'lcre served KPW Entertained horne of tier son.in-law and daughicr Mm' Toni Clements. daughterof Around 200 Boy Scouts from ml Hofcpnal Driver K I II,

( :.. Maraaaloaa.aalosrralraawale ..w __ _.owwINDIANTOWN- l.. by Mrs, Jan Muse mother of Kay Stuart Mr. and Mr. Jock: H.cvsy. Mr dftd Mrs. ;Thomas! CKim- I Miami camped out tat Indiantown assistant, Gerald ( h..Ii
Brownies I lly ,
Muse The total approximtilcly I Club I cnts of Stab Road 710 is home over the weekend of the rotteo Fwb 24: Gino Bill '
t\ cmy.five girls Mr. and Mr,*. Rolicrt Holt ofRichwooJ ICvenI\.ftve staged to Okceehobee Gcner If'r
Orlando hundred
Junior One
Member fiwn Jonas College,
of !
NEWS 1 he Junior Girl Scouts held their the Business and i W Va, are spending others at Driver. Gerald Chall111
Professional l her the the and the
Women Club o fIndianlown II I Joining on trip were at marina
weekly meeting and! worked on/ I! a few weeks visiting their diiugh
I who wended a buffet and Mrs Glen Davis and the old bull park Each year atthin ant John DtirwardF !
: B.\RIUR V S\: \lF.R. Correspondent Phone 597.2468 their proficiency badge which Mr
'i ter and son in lw, Mr. and Mrs
dinner .
M of the Sluirt here b. 25: Mrs W i
UUMH ;
and and and the being: I
Shannon time boy enjoy
help to promote leadership Children Jeffrey
::: r- 'IT I BPW, were: Mr, Roy Hoover. I I
character Badges worked! on Mrs Jagncttc Clements -. Daniel Cplumbo. all of Orlando for the rodeo More than a thousand ) $4cond SuocU taken/ i I. I"I", ,
were: Backyard skills. heiilih aid Bunny Williamson MrsJunmta Wilfred" Hurdle his announced I I over \bee General Hospn, ,
visited t the marina I u)
Youth Baseball Association Elects; and trefoil I Bixwwr Mr. Tiny Smith that (the American l legion will hold Mr. and Mrs R. C Deem recently people ,,
Smith
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Mrs Jcanclte Sunday.AIBUi.ANCE Lloyd iss '
..... annual Girl Scout Odom and two meetings each month They had at house guests' Mr. and I Saturday and I
Plans for the
Asks for More Interest Parents cookie Mile which started Saturday: Kitty Jirdon Mrs. Ihclma Mf"j' will he held! on the second Wed! Mrs Boh Coughran and childrenof (ilmncss,
by by II Ohi. RUNS
was i .
Akron
Co* guest of the Indiantouncfuh Portage I Lakes o
Iel'I 29 were discussed; This i lit ncstluy and the fpiirth/ Saturday at I
PtM the only national moneymaking I 610: pm The next meeting will Roger Lowe was rushed to Feb. 20: Willie Ixifton Booker .FIRE. : DIPT MNSFeh :
MMCm Indianlown Youth Ita..ch.lil As. meeting will be held! I fucsdiy! project used by the Girl Scout After the dinner which was. he at the Legion binleling on Wednesday Martin County Memorial Hospital Park taken to Martin Memorial .Oat :2! p.in I hi ,
sedation met Tuesday night !Kb March 10 at the Seminole Inn at orgum/:ition. served! at the agricultural building March II. Sunday Feb. 21. after he had Hospital Driver James High) Game Reserve State I I'

t..aa 21 at the Seminole Inn and elect I 7:10: p.m. The club urge/ more The Cadettes worked on their by .the a social two cluh evening. was enjoyed! Mr, and Mrs Jimmie Hulaway consumed a quantity of turpentine assistant. Gerald ChalinncssFeh next to Stearns and K". I'',
Ir.r cd the following officers: President people to t take an merest in theirhoys I badges/ Thursday ,evening Feb I Mrs Robert Uplhcgrove and! Mrs Roger is the son of Mr and 20: Catherm Reddy taken Sunday stood l bI I Ilr i I' ,
.M-_ Keith Mitchell; vice' presi. I and to attend the mectinl.l", 27. They also" had as a special Indianlown Belle Glide BPW will entertainthe Jack Harvey made a trip to Brighton I Mrs Robert I Lowe of 210 Setninole i ii to Mart Mcmori Hospital, Driver ing and I liking oil! ,II "
: 1 guest !Mrs. Thclma H ghy. their future. club in the near Sunday to visit Mrs Harvey i Drive. 1 Lloyd Smith as istant Bill to rodeo
secretaryep cookie chairman. to talk ti themon Otis ----
I grandch lelrcn Gino Bonmci was taken to
for the cookie sales dining Feh 23 Mrs I Lillie Site O illo'
.. : 1'110'; If\SkHB\li I : REAL rSTXTF IIRM
General onTuesday
Hospital
HIM. Harold Wilder Billy Dykes. Eddie Girl Scouts the IIpoominglech., RISUIS Mr. and Mrs Robert Price Okecchohee: when he fell from a truckon way Stale Road 76 liken to Pa HAS IMORPOIUI: I
lPr. Doolittle The chief umpire j is Results of game played during I Stale Road 710 have as I their I I which he was working at the hokee Memorial Hospital. Driver of Stale 1 ,
1dY lack (Dodge! / and the assistant urn Remain DR UKBURN UASMIlHOOIsr I the past t week in the Indiantown guests Mr and Mrs Albert Smith Lloyd Smith assistant Ronnie Secretary
Bowling propertiesCaptain announced the
p- pire Lloyd I Smith BusyAt SPEAKER Youth Basketball League are : of Plcasanlvillc N. J. I Maxwell. issuing '
1&11 Those attending were: Clyde I Celtics IS Hawks 2S; Ukcrs 34 I of I de la Mancha of the Feb. 23: Roger Lowe baby son tcr to W B. Tilton I K
In: Bicsccker Jim Lcighow. 1 Lloyd their meeting this week the Dr. Henry Blackburn acting Royals 31; hikers. 11: Hawks 28Cclticn ; Mr and Mrs, Kirhy Tillman Indiantown Marina and! his wife of Mr and Mrs Robert Lowe 210 and Insurance Inc J"II' II
/ district of the West !Si. Lucie Acres had as their guests MartinI 100 shires of comm
are. Smith lack Dodge Harold Wilder Brownies talked abut Girl Scout superintendent 12. Royals 21. I left for Palatka on personal mvi- Seminole Drive taken to .
shire. filed Fcb 2. I"
... Keith Mitchell Max! Thomas Bit I Week They also hael a Dream Palm Beach area delivered the The five leading scorers in the Haven tation from Governor Bryant to I Memorial Hospital Driver Gerald. a real estate mil ,
the I It i worship ing in
message: at ant Chalmness assistint Junes Higby
ceremonies
Paul the I.lround.hrcu1.ing
view
ly DI'1.cJim Wright David I. league are: Bicsccker Hawk. I
paw eig floss in which each girl deposited service Sunday March I .11 I the Rocky of Delray Beach Incorporalors Warner I H I IHurry
Florida Barge
hoe and IIrs.Iarlhu! ( hamncIt 89: Ricky Barficld Hawks. 81 of the Cross
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of what she : ; ,
I it slip paper I telling C Wood and K
JnlPTM First Methodist Church that afternoon Booker 11
Mrs President of the Unit Feb 24: Shirley Throever.
( ill iu Mr. The
Mike Weekend of and Canal
'' 111. Royals, 73 Wade guests
was announced that the club would like most of all: learned to Dr. Blackburn directed the : I J hlton. all of Jensen BAre I h,
14 debit I B rnhill 1 akcrs 72; and Terry Francis Ball of St lucie Acres cd State was the honored guest Park taken to Martin. Memor .
clear of all The make knots and
Mul was_______ _n_____next__ .-. --_square. ..--- ------ played-_._ fourth quarterly conference of the Mill. cities. 57 were Mr. and Mrs Bill Moore at ---- ---- ---- ----------- ---- -- -- -
... church. I the official league standings, in- Orlando. I .

NEW 1964 Mr and !Mrs, Marcus Smiley chiding Tuesday!:: .games Fob. 25 played, arc: through lakers, Mrs. Puffy Webber of North

M. ( and their five children! formerly( 90: Royal. 4.5: Celtics: 1-5; and Hollywood Beach was the guestof
Lr of Stuart arc now residing at 217 Hawks. :28RWAMANS! Mr. Emma Beckirlcy. manager I
Trail Circle Mr. Smile is employed of the Seminole Inn 'I

Few U ; 'I at Deem_.Market I : HFARCONSrRVAIION I' Visiting Mr. and! Mrs R. E.I you now paying a large monthly service

Mart Jr MAN Beach were Mr. and! !Mrs. J. t 1
frttSrd. I / I asl week speaker at the In Beach and Mr, and !Mrs Mjyo
tunPm I diantown! Kiwanis Club was Jerry Carlton of I. csburg and Mr. and charge on checking account?
I Rogers of the Stale Board of Conservation Mrs Doug Carlton and sons. Doug your
HANDCRAFTED Portable Jr and Mike of MiamI.
4tkR5
wwrler _.Hctimmw.. .m NInrKlaunwr. I His mbjcct was 'Boating Safety Mr and Mrs. Walter Rafferty
in Honda He also (spoke on of f
Fort Lauderdale parents 0
Ar.; the recent Cuban Incident
IndK boat
fishing
: : Mrs Paul Scifkcr and Jack Rif
off
Key West
fcrty spent the past week visiting

r.:: I .. ,. .. stood Rogers guard was before one the of U.those S. Coast who with their children.Mr. Most of OUR Customers Do Not Pay ANY

Guard took over. Born in Blouns- and Mrs. L O West of St..
t tMod.IlatOe
LONQBEACH, ':J- town and graduated from Okccehobcc Lucie Acres entertained !Mr and
If. ;; |ra. fully SElogint ,I High School he has been Mrs. Marvin 1 ayne of Fort My Service Charge!
I porod vinyl did "Jl l with t t the Florida! Conservation ers and Mr. and Mrs lillirun Mayo '
1 a metal, eoblnot wilrl Board for five years, two of which of Montazuma Ga.
with llnlthoo1tick rI
were spent in Key West.Guests
Choice ol i Mrs, O D Hatawav observedher
I J. included! Mark Uithnm.
any color or '
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S I I' ._......colorGenuine v.1roc I Mark Witham/ Jr and Marvin Keller birthday on Feb. 27 -+

all of Stuart.PERSONALS Mr and Mrs Walter N Hann

tr.Ye r.$199.95, : $ 3. : ;\/ of R Tampa L. Chadwick visited and Mr family and Mrs recently We Arc As Close As Your Mail Box

Pn f 0 0 I Mr. and! Mrs Robert Price were and took in the rodeo They
.. are Mrs f Chadwick: parents,
,. .. pleasantly surprised when Mr and
rftl'lAllfll
: 'G ttM'U' artOblf .1.11 (
ptI"IIIt 1411 ,
Mrs George Holcumbe of Ah-
0 / Mrs W. C Cavcny was taken ,
E? : HANDCRAFTED SUPER COLD VIDEO sccon N J? flew into Indiantown : to Okecchobee Hospital, Tuesday ..,.. !
I to pay an unexpected visit.
Feb. 25. alter
.: t Handwired Chassis GUARD TUNERs I morning sufferinga
y I
No Printed Circuits! for longer TV (If*. : Pelican : heart attack.
a Miss Helen Fox the week
was
:: I" Production Shortcuttl greater picture sUbWty.
end guest of Mr and Mrs George W Allen Markham of Okee

L.a.: : PULL POWER TRANSFORMERWilcoxHardy Beauty Salon Jordon chobcc will be. general chairmanof
the twenty first annual Florida
Mr. and Mrs Alfred Hoffman Fruit and Vegetable Association Noted /for Friendly Personal Service

1nd T V Evenings by Appointment of Ard,lc\ N Y., were weekend convention at the Americana I
RN. :: quests ol Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gerhard tel, Miami Beach
Myrtle. Clark Claire Scrantoo !t I
3! : S.R..707 JENSEN ItrACH I Mr and Mrs. Ed Schultz HO'I ,, ..."..... ., ... ... "' \
: DIAL 287-1242 215 OSCEOLA AT 744141 Mrs. RoherlUP'lh'( rove of i West entt of Mrs James Highy d ..i
._ Palm Beach is vacationing at the spending! a few weeks with I
ISTAUISHEO---104 a daughter and her family. First Bank of Indiantown

: BadcocfebWE Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James Highy and attending the
f DO MORE THAti rodeo were Dr and Mrs Ames
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!Mrs Gary Clark! and daughter. -m e
Michelle and Miss Kathy Wilson Telephone 597-2181 !
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The combined adult choirs of
the Indnntown Churches will holda I I
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i... Church In preparation for j!
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A 'EXOTIC GOLDEN GRAIN WALNUT II' : ;"r d nn Mlair.I .

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family
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e' A good 'No-Frost refrigerator built today, our' construction is also I
t 4 Or. Ckort $29.954eN mother. It shows in so many ways designed to provideworksaving
s"e ??? ? example is the rich store of family meals big new Kclvan torTUllwall.l 'sl7-cubll> greater strength and rigidity: truly! thi
.'1 ,,, Ir Id .., $19.95 and snacks she always has on hand for us. feet big-lhatt' twice the size of our cabinet: was built to last a .. \
., labor went into old refrigerator and it ,fits the same floor J ***
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Skdd Tqt salt t Mi.iww $29.95f bowl construction gives us safer food-keeping: You .can own this! KELVINATORftf '
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905 South Dixie Highway, Stuart AT 7- 227a.c

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FOR RENT 35 lIFE \VVNILD Service Offered, Misc. 71 REAL (SI tit FOR SALE 90 Real Estate For Sale 90 Real Estate ForSale 90 I Real taint* Wanted 96

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V RlDIRS: : PAY TO RE\D FURNISHED two bedroom house MM.E or Female. For RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Serv- HOME l lot..1 ii 1,'" In Stuart near I SIRLbNtO enclosed! |Hvl and LOVFIY home on corner lot 3 WAN,ITD. U. S.I 110x600 No. I Frontage -

with swimming I pool and screen shipping, noon to 5 Ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also schools I ,ix.(rooms, 2 baths I patio( with this neat 2 hedriHon "bedrooms'' I I'' i baths double / approx,. depth,
Indian Ave Salerno Road
\OtR ADS INIe :' ed porch. Cill AT 7.U94.\ it ((35)) day Thursday. Call AT drain fields repaired and re-laid central ,iin. n,huomng and heat I P.-i bath home in u nice, lesuleittial carporte Beautifully I l.tnL cuped. reasonably C'his. Lung I urea
---- -- ( ) Dial AT 7-0651 AT 7-9862. tf(7lj( ) ing. CompUti." sprinkler system area lily \\..II'rlIh extra unless II.ocl I aU-el.\tnc: kitchen priced
Box 224. Chanhavtcn Minnesota
hntd :N"- FOUR BEDROOM fURNISHED __"..r I ----- -- Call AT 7 H'II| tf ((90)) well Not far Irom schools or shopping Air-eonelilioncd Lxccllcnt: I oc:i- 1- (12 <(16))
HOME fUR RENT.. CALL 1 HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, Only 5111.7jlllIlI.( ) M I'. tion Approximately $4.(XX) down
287-UI99) tf ((35)) Businus Opportunities i Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, 28 lots m HKk: I, Northwood l Nelson! Realtor, 325 L Ocean and assumo mortgage Call 287- -- .-, ." 'V ,.,
__ __,____ cut trees Fence posts' and pilings Subdixisitn I lots of large pine Blvd 287..1 hI>. .1-5 ((90)' ) 0877) 1-5 ((90)) ---" V V':
DIAL trees' I lots. > ). lotLST.P .. For Sale, !\\liI.'rlluntollll 178
FOR RENT: One bedroom comple'tely COIN operated liundromat for sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT \iX SIRS per -- --- --

furnished, efficiency sonablc Excellent condition l 71401. tf (71)) o 1 Ih.\ 395. Cane Coral PRIME AC'REAGE, price reduced SACRIFICE title corner lot __ .... .' ,' ;, -.1
ATlantic 7.1550 Telephone 287-1950 after 5:15):( ) money maker. Call AT Fla.: 3190-4) 3-9| ((90):) to $450 per acre for quick 100x125, between U. S. No. I

p.m. tf O5)) ( ) TERRAZZO TOe and Marble. sale 125 acres cleared and gras and Colorado I frame 2-story, 2- .

To Place Your FAST SFLLING: V r-I 'wSPECIAL '- .!'\ W H. Wagner Co. AT 74880or BY o"nu. tui' corner lot Jensen sed, good' water control good' access apiirtment't' modem I furnished' ', I .M 1W -
ROOM for rent in private: home. AT 71696. tf (71)) Be... It. \|140. new neighborhood close to Stuart ('. E. Slocum 1 Price. $10.000( half cash. AT
LOW cosr WANT: ADNrWS Also garage for rent 619 F. NOflCES tUt m. paved. cash or Realtor 505 Colorado Ave 7-1614: fI'c; ((90)()) I W .l1fr 7CAS

Fifth St., Iudrt. Telephone AT 7- J HARDWARE Silc Yes, all hard- terms I low M I .4M). Further information .'.S ((90)) _. ---. .. I
1756. tf ((3M) ALCOHOLIC ANONYM ..ware now at low sale prices Ol"'r Sholl, 1425 So. -- ... CORNER (lot 1 tT $8 0.) adjoining '
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Hendry's Trading Center opposite Andrews '\u' fort Lmulenlalc. PRIVACY on ssideriner here lot S7 1I.) High and Dry Both A RIO
8 .
30
I WANT ADS BEDROOM I kitchen. epureincnt nesday meets at at the;Community p m every Tri-County Gas! Golden G.lte. i 3-5 ((90)' ) 2 bedrooms, 2Vj baths, large at h.irgun\ price. Iclcphone 2X74h41 I' BOAT & MOTOR SALES, Inc.

Adults $40 month A r 7-2902:! ) Beach. For tf ((71)) -- living urea, outdixir, pall cedar VOile Box 417 Jensen .
r Jensen lI.ml. al. AT
140 707 70.44IC
RATE: Five cent per average If (.5)) I'OUR bedroom'' waterfront home closets city water enclosed garage Heach If (190)))
. .! i Phone AT 7-3332. ( ) (lila
wcid minimum charge per msction ------- -i Will li..uli' l">r vacant landnlc partially lurmshed 10 -- -- --

$100 I (for up to t wentaverage NOW Renting. 8 small one bedroom I WANT the best price for PLANTS SERVICES 75 Box 21, sin,HI. Hu, tf ((90)) l iKuring fruit trees. Owner going MARTIN County Citrus droves
1 words). Words in AL Apts Furnished, uilh tile Call Ralph Bates at ....... -.* -- -.-. North $.17.VK) Teriim M I'. lotul ol 14tH( ) acres aged 7-11
I (API fAL LETTERS. except first bath screen porch. urrazio floor I Mcrkle Motors, Inc. ( fUR SI k: I \..I r,">m furnished 1 /Nelson. Realtor, 125 U. Ocean years Can he purchased in 40) IIORSliSIICm
insulated cathedral PLANTS Fastest growing nul" house I ,. Close in Stuart Blvd 287-3566. blocks or larger A real show
word count as two words each. ceiling overlooking -- I 'nn ( 3-5 ((90)') acre \
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(10( 'acre lake and county ELECT KOLUX CORP. wry in Martin County. 10 acre Phone Al I 7-M49, evenings -- -- -- eaocf I Humid (Urns. ('on tact GUN SHOP
While space above or below \r park Plenty I parking area Low tumty for the right man of plants. Pelican Nursery Loop tf ((90)) lURE!:: heJroom. 2 bath, waterfront Roy E. Thomas Associate Sehoen-

within ad wiU be charged as the price rental: day, week, month. ble his present earnings. Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT 7- home und lots near StLucie thalerA. (\,.. Realtors Winter Complete Line of Gum and
number of words (five) that could Walking distance grocery store Inquire Clark, AT 7-0143 ( ) 1918. tf ((731 I HOVIl' (ix'luxe North River Inlet. Write Box X, C/o Haven, Horidu Olfice C Y 4- Ammunition and Accessories
V he printed in the blank line, or The Seven C"s Grocery Store I -- Shores Mine right in. Furnished !Stuart News Cull 287-2549 312.1 Lvenmgs and weekends -

21 cents per line. on U, S. No. I I. one mile northof HLNDRYS; Trailing BLOOMING Pcaeh Mango, Avocado or unfurnished 3 bedrooms, 2 tf ((90)LXCLPI )) CY 30644. 1-5 ((90))) I AM .5,SO P.M. M.... -s....
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Sale all fishing tackle. trees 1 ft Coco Plumosa 1 baths Pool uid lot --- --- '- .
St. Lucie on patio large -- -- -- .
Displ, Classified" rates on River Bridge. tf (W) I 4 P.M. $u.d.y
ly -- _. -- ed AlA in Golden Gate ",; Palms $100 Anleas, Camellias, well Imtlseiped Call 287-4845 I tONALlY IdrlIO rootsts.seluiurite I FOR Sale: CBS home, 2 bedrooms
application FURNISHED double" clficicney. il In-County i Gas. ( )) Gardenias VARIETY of tropical or 287--'n') if ((90)) : dining' room opens to I and many extrus located on Cia." Thund.r I a N.....

These are fish rules for ads Lower floor. Accommodate 451 I --- ---- shrubs vines. trees VISI rEnders ----- ------ porch fuepliec, two bedrooms, I 11 I tl> Sired, Pnlm City. Call 287IMI ) 4114.0244I
brought or mailed to The Stuart people. Also single efficiency avail RENT Blue Lustre Electric Nurseryhile City. 1-26 ((75)) IX3R Sale: \\ttcrfront gorgeous\ tile bath, 20x10\ utility "room' 2- )I 1-5 ((90)$5X ) ) i uIi ... .11.!! N.. .lPwtSLLada

News with pol 'ment. If )ou are a able Mb Dorothy Apartments pet Shimpooer for only $I __ '. !I [ view best location North River car curporlc conerele me. Landseapcel. __ _.._ n TP (lUll
Stuart News mail subscriber or are 211 I Colorado Ave. 287-4817 I day Hartmaji-Lcighton Shores, Owner 287-1637 underground sprinkling. ( ) dousnnss closing.1VWO bed.
listed l in the Stuart telephone direc. MJj1( ) 3-5 ( ) FOR SVLE. Miscellaneous 78 If ((90)) system Will consider mobile" home room one hath home with i
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tory you can pi,ice your ad by telephone _- -- -- 'VS& V ..,, ..,V ..' ", -..."' ; I IWI : roRS.I, h o\\nc-cl-fu; ;;;;;: down. Phone owner, AI I 7-2058 I Florida room and l carporle i i n I --

Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and FEW choice trailer spots now op. USED CARS" RUCKS SALE: On all appliances now at nished one-bedroom\ house Enclosed 1-3 ((90)fllRLL ))) Broadway section Icsi than one MOVING:\/ & STORAGE 1M
en. Walking distance to Pos ---- - old. Phone 287-5800 divs
1 want to place a want ad. reduced: at Hendry's Trading year
say prices ---- -
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porch and utility =: ::: =
Office grocery stores shoppmj Center opposite Tri-County Carporte bedroom 3 bath, spacious 287-5242 nighlt M ((1)01'))
Wired.. direct to florida Power & 1961 Chevrolet Greenbrier Gas In Golden Gate If room M S W. Marguerite Court, older home on lupiler Island I
((78))
Light No hidden charges Enter for camping or a largo ----.--- -' Jensen Be,uh. 287-4155 tf ((90)?) Swimming pool 200') on In; prolonged\ dry weather) mow

Give your mail i I address aswell now from AIA I front entrance $1.200. Call AT 7-5569 3-5 ( !!) COW Manure II') yds., 512. 2yd. INcOME ;thh "r wide IntracoastaT Waterway Private -' cr hi.ides on lawnmowcrs should
a* your telephone number will soon he ready, Holiday Trailer .., $15, ardlond. 542. Also of Stuart property I and ocean front access: Over one he set higher so that the grassIs
in your want-ad. The Stuart Park Phone AT 7-9862. BAD Debt Sicnfice mulching hay. AT 70979. If ((78)) across wo(from duplexes Martin County one- acre of land Reduced to $
News h a I hundreds of 1.5 ((15) '59 MGA Roadster cottage School, Phone Owner 2875055 I Appointment only M. P. Nelson hrown, parched area will developBiulncM .
outof state subscribers who late condition Call Realtor, 325 L. Ocean Illvd, -
MUSICAL INSrRUMENTS ____ rnl
-SIVJ1 V 3.' ((90)) ) l Moving and Storage
are your best possible prospects 1 ( ) 287-3566 3-5 ((90)))
for real estate sales and FOR RENT: OR SALE 38 ---_. Lowest Florida BY o"nra: lleautifut t with -- .. OpportuaHIm 150) GOING; \: \VKSr?
Prices
rentals, boats help wanted, -- FOR Sale: 1959' Super in trees' I'mc Luke Drive, North A ITRAC1 IVU bedroom, 2- Al_ ..l Part loaded van, have pace for

gardening, trailers, and services J. paid. 348 motor, radio and GUITARS DRUMS' PIANOS River Shores, Reasonable Terms bath ('.bt.S. home- In Si. I l.sick'I'stutcs average sIte home furnishings.
$50.000-home. On the river. Will er 2 doors. 51050. Call I wood
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paneling! throughout
ORGANS to suit. Stinirt AT 758h8, or Boca : WAN TO BUY Gill AT 7-0878,
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I take $10000 I loss Can be rented 2661 3-5 ( ) 1 lot I 110x125 I fiel ('ommirc

AI"'NI" .------------V V and rent annliod toward- nureh ..-... "" ....-., -.._"' ... Raton--395 4186--. 3-19--((90)- )- this home for $19,500( Phone' At I Medium died profitable busl- Fagen Transfer (nd Storage
,isc,; Phone AT 7-4133 days orAl EASY TERMS BY Owner $2.000) under current 7-1205. 15 ((90)) ness I'lllior: outrIght or partnership I 500 Hagler Avenue
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BOATS SERVICES:
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REGULAR CLASMHCVTIONSNumbers : : T 7.3O25esienings. tf ((38)) -- -- confIdentiaL
market price. Corner lot I 112 I by Riplk*
... .. .. MORITZ PIANO CO. INVESroR 500)'
.. ':I> aiawz ( I 115 I Excellent CHS 2 bedroom llutehmwnIslind
( 100( refer to div locality Phone AT 7-5(127(
over FOR Sale
or Rent with to
option I 112 No. 5th Street over 4000) deep' ocean
play classified ads which appear CBS 3 OUTBOAKU MOTORS I hiith large rooms, louv- : ; ,.r. ''I ,IIII 1'17 m _IUIIIF.IS_ 1_
buy bedroom. 2 bath ., i225
Ft. Pierce, Fla Ph. 461-4747 lo river > ( uuod elevation, per
ads In ED We have parts ered breezeway 8 hearing truit
after the end of the smaller double built-in REAL 1STAIE: HUt SUE 190
I numerical order Be sure to look Corner carporte lot close utility to schools. popular makes. Can test tf ((78)) trees, Many extras AI I 7-I( 175. fixit" 'Or 5H( ) otcnn! to river over ---..;;.. -....;;.:;;; "
range. --- -- IIHJ() # ..
and condenser. Ulmer Motors -------- -- deep AskingIW)) per uwr ;;r.
in both place) mmcdiute occupancy. 287-2905 TRUSSES elastic stockings, 3-12 ((90))). foot Owner wants offer Two 1RAILIRS SKRVIC: 168
AT 7-3355. Your Friendly --- --- -- --- --
3(38)( ) Dealer.! tf ( ) knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart WHY pay more? King Riled waterfront excellent buys. M P. Nelson, I------, :.aew,.... i
! IOR RENT 35-135 VI 17 Drug COrp. tf ((78)) lot in North River Shores Realtor, 125 I B!. Ocean Hlvd 28735.6. ) MORTGAGES

FOR RENT:: / OR SALE 38-138 WAN I ED IO RENT 40 AUTHORIZED Johnson OUTBOARD MO I OR. 5 h.p. air- near wide river Only $6.500( ) M. ( 3.5 ((90)' )'

\I hELP WANTFD WANTED TO RENT 43-143 40-140 .. Good Complete selection Sales of ,dependable Service. REFRIGERATOR cooled Clinton little II used $Ad.V l): Blvd P. Nelson 287-3566" Realtor 325 E.3-5 Ocean(90)) HOMI, wild Ineoiiio.; 'f rn;; ;'I 1964 Fleetwood I Ifl '25 YEAR TliRM

1 WANT to lease by April 1 Motors Expert cu until or large family house" Illness /- NEW AND! IMSINGIIOMKS: :\/
,*; V mpln\mrnt: Wanted 48-148 Stuart businessman Two l'beblroom. Mechanic CASA RIO I miral, 75 pound freezer section, I:>-- aJ:>AI forces sale/ at big ruJuictiuin.For << :

Business Opportunities 50-150 furnished l 0 r unfurnished MOTOR SALES Inc. 440 like new $35, SEWING MACHINE FOR RENT 13S information call AT 7-0312) I Mobile Homes I
portable all Singer attachments after 7,00 1 26 fl C. R. Ashley, Mtg. Broker
m ((90)
i 'I LOST & FOUND 53-153 louse. Preferably on water Write in Rio, AT 7-0944. tf ) p :
adaptable $H. Call
Box I 1136, Stuart call 287. (71)I .. I Taylor Ashley
54-154 or -"
I SCHOOLS 1639. FOR SALE: Complete 1 I a 287-3619. V5 ((78)) 'f.7r .,. T At Popular Prices
SPECIAL ICES 55-155 3.12 ((40)) Marine Supplies Marine --- -. : FOR RENT 135 (30 tOIOKAIM) ) AVENUE
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$iuSFD: CARS 58-158 RESPONSIBLE family bollTpcrmanently Marine Hardware- TRACTOR International Harvester -=:or ........ ....._ SPECIAL CLEARANCESandy AT 7-2440
Model 240 with Servis
( NEW CARS 60-160 employed want to rent your boat. Whiticar Boat mower. Builders level and transit V' I tf (ItO)
"BOVTS SERVICES 63-163 or lease three bedroom house year Port SewaO. tf ( ) ham plenty of small '63
with tripod and target Inquire at I EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS
round basis Write Box c/o
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,TR VILFRS& SERVICES 68-168 FOR Sale 26-ft. Chris duplex Vi( mile south of fishnhol model Travel Trallcn. Will Mil I
Stuart News. 3.5
V Service Offered, Misc. 71-171 ((40)) Cruiser. Outriggers, St Lucie Blvd. U mile north or trade .1 l any fair price.

,'PLANTS & SERVICES: 75-175 w ..- I bilge pump, galley head. new Country Store. 3.5 ((78)) 1 I BADCOCK14'urnished
V HELP WANTED 43 four. Loaded with many 0 t 1957 MOIHL SKI I.INK"
.1 I V For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178
ON
$1600
extras Phone AT
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2B..HOOlIOBILE! !
. .'r n r lo Buy (Mbc.) 81
; [Wanted To Buy (:\IIt.c.) 81-181 after 3:30: p.m. tf ( ) HOMEComing
MOVING: A STORAGE 84-184 BREAKFAST cook. $50 for six- -- THE ST. LUGIEOne I
week to start. All benefits BOAT, 14-foot fiberglas (
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 and day vacation. ALSO: Waitresses hp. motor and trailer. car? Call the Ralph best price Bates for at your 287. ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS and two-room efficiencies, Soon I MODEL HOME
!Real Eslute Wanted 96-196 trade for truck. Price
car or ,
wanted $30 week, and tips. Must Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ((81)) shaded I
i have transportation Answer in 000. Call AT 7-5569 3-5 ( ) ... Spacious ground
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person, Poor Bob's, Jensen Beach. Parking Lot. Bout P tk. Pickup Camper Open Dally 1 P.M.
BOAT WANTED Fibcrglas. na BAa? nrptsw OBI RTAHOOVHEKPrpIKO :
llORRLNF 35 ESTATE FOR SALE 90() Shuffletxwd. TV nod Lounge
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((43)) board cabin cruiser 18 ITV..IIT .anRID4 Everyone: will be wanting one I
n 1"-M" Til 4:30: P.M.
AIMHTMEMTSB
i Vet with head. Will trade
L FLORIST for part-time work Week Month Year
ROOM BATHan LP OR BO FIT ID GAS '
lot off St. Lucic. Lot No
beautiful $2,000 lot in Hobe
[BEAUTIFUL rooms with twin Phone Hobe Sound 546-2021 crrtr' HOARD (:(>i'RTIRBAIORABIH i in
beds New home Semi and pri. tf ((43)VAITRESS ) subdivision. Phone 546-' 66.U i 5, Harbor Estates, 100x125,, RiTMr 624 ST. urn CRESCENT I
V offer Lou Boekrt.
over $2,5lO. SITJARf
( ) FLORIDA
vale baths. Cooking. privileges. Lilt 8OU
Full or part time 4940 N. E. 27 Terr., Pomano Will Buy, Sen, Trade For. oc
I Plenty of parking. Call Mrs. Day, Msethhi, l.ma.5 .. Yse,51 Telephones 287-9112 1 Legion HeightsSee
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18 FT Skiff. 45
tf Must be neat and willing to work Lyman Beach Fla.. 3994204) tf(90)"WO ( ) I Accept on Contdjmnent Your I
287-2'89. (35)
( ) F. E.
Gray marine, head, WOOD MaiMtertr I
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Steady year round employment power T. FACET Mgr. Used TraIler II
[FIREPROOF warehouse 1800 sq. Apply in person Milan's Restaur-! Navy top, many extras. bedroom CBS Florida room. Dial I AT T-tTM. tf (111) MMEXPECTING > I I"Ji'4 I I The
ft Vi mile outside city limits ant. Next to Bowling Lanes in condition. Call 287-4375. tf ( ) Refrigerator, stove, drapes, mow- COME: OUT AND SEE: I I"SANUY"
r, garden tools, awnings, ,
at $40 month. Call AT 71074. Jensen Beach. 3-5 ((43)) planters <
a 16.FT. wood boat with $9,300 Phone AT 74233.. OR DON "VALLBYHORGIi"

tf ((35)) I MALE or;:-.f'ale; experiencedsilk bottom 30 h.p. Evmrude _ tf ((901)) COMPANY?
|DUPLEX in Stuart $65 per month and wool presser! Sober 962 boat trailer All in good WONDER: H lit RE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN For Ito Brut Deal In Th I

unit 'round. Each side has steady, dependable worker. Steady dition $250 Can be seen at Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront ... County
year 1 lots i and Call M and stop worrying!! Rewmaable rate and an atm pkere I ISANDY'S
[one bedroom. kitchen living room work year around. Write Box P. and Seminole Port Salerno. at $29 High a foot l'7595. -- that will surpiiNs an but your own a Colonial Styled
3.5 ( )
287-4245 Stuart News. 3-5
and bulb. Phone ((43))
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3-5 ((35)) ____ _h _._ 33-FT. Pacemaker, twin tf ((90)) CALL MARIE KIRK. MANAGERNow I Ionic withJBFDROOM
COMPETENT conditioning ;
Available for Your Comfort
N Bahama Terrace Weeping
| furnished house Service Man. Year 'round just overhauled new paint. A quality retirement
THREE bedroom |obtop'wagcs : :
house 2 bedroom I Iath Niagara Cycbo-Muaaagi Units In Our Bed*. '
radio, depth recorder,
overlooking river. $85 a month Call 461-8075, Fort TRAILER PARK & SALES
[year around. W. J. Weiss, Realtor Pierce. 3-5 ((43)) pilot, automaticbilg_ pump, CBS, large carpeted living (Twin Site)
._ Built-in Formica Southwind Motel
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AT 7-3538 3-' ((35)) -. -- system :joganon iron water I 2 1ILID B411I ROOMS:
WANTED Man and wife to Many extras Sleeps four argc inside utility room kitchen.// 1 Mile N. of Stuart on US. 1
[SMALL furnished apartment close work June, July. August at New to go. $4200, or consider y 12 screened porch. UA NO. I STUART TELEPHONE 287-0773 it ties. DOUBLE SIZED CLOSETS
I in. Suitable for single person. impshire( luke resort living in boat as part payment landscaped! corner lotlust tf (11111)

Phone AT 7-4197 after 12 noon. their own trailer i I Maintenancework 3.' ( ) be seen to appreciate. For FULL' DINING ROOM

3.5 (35)) for man, wife to clean cot- .. form at ion or appointment call rr
_. I T LIVING: ROOM: 16'S s 14'
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tages. rooms and general work. Itervlce Offered, Mkc. 171
| AVAILABLE March. 10. 2 bed Voodbury's Hohe Sound Route TRAILERS & SERVICES LARGE: UIILIIY ROOM1JSIRVNCE :
room furnished Two miles from iEW two bedroom borne, one __ _VV r --.
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U S. No. I on 76. Boat dock. T opposite Nutmeg Motel. bath, comer lot Legion Heights. : PORCH

i A. McMullen, AT 7-188'.3-.5 ((35)) 3-26J43)( ) AVAILABLE Now. New Easy terms W. H. Wag JOHN'S MODUS; KIICIIEN' HITII
METROPOLITAN Life modern trailer park. Adults Co., AT 7-4880 or AT 7-1696. I
cy opportunity open hasg'I' and 30' slabs. Large lots. All U ((90)) BODY SHOP BRtAKf'\sr: lt.iRLARGE

due to retirement of ties underground. Individual Complete Bodywork Pahittnf
esentjtive Family man, age 25-40 rep-, era Excellent waler. $20/ N Jensen Beach for sale by own- Quality Work Guaranteed I ; PLAMrD LOT
er new two bedroom and three
WADS month Boat
residing in wantindetails per yearly. AT 7-3SM Monterey Road I IMLtDLU
: homes. elevation
phone tl.a'T 7-1175 $5 monthly Can be seen at High I* slip)
5lh St., Port Salerno. Apply In, distance to shopping fOR
or contact Robert Allan, Box 162.
and $12,900. Will take I It'OR
D01HEJOB! Fort Pierce, Fla Phone 464-2450 Shaw, 416 I OsceoU Street,
mornings. 3-5 ((43)) after 6 p.m. 3-5 ( ) acreage or what have you for $12,500.00Low
AT 7-0914
ItJI V VseaV payment tf(90)( ) YOUR LOVED ONES ,

WANTED deft with: Active hands woman or girl, Services Offered, Mi e. OR Sale: CBS Duplex furnished- MARBLE. GRANITE I us $600 Down
to In
help assembling
about two blocks from Pint Na- OR BRONZEMARKERS '
and mailing newspaper Bank. Terms. Phone AT 7.
one day per week 9 or 10 a.m. to WISCONSIN. IInSI. 149 evenings. tf ((90)WNER ) ) :
3 or 4 p.m. Good starting wage Clinton and Lauson Sam RhodesConstruction

Mr. Orr. Stuart News. Mornings COOLED ENGINES In stock will accept reasonable. The Symbol of Your Lore I

except. _Thursday_ 3-5 ((43)) parts and men who know : offer for large beautiful lot No. Whether you want a monument

IMMEDIATE for 2 mature repair them. ULMER 3 Oceanvlew Drive Skyland Subivision FLEETS INN APprondbl ( headstone or simple, dignified I
opening or" Dial AT 7-3333. Your Don Crawford Route I
will i
marker, we design it in un-
women to service excellent !ly _Dodge Dealer. If ( ) 107, Okeechobee, Florida. Luxury Waterfront \ /
territory in Golden Gate and Cor- 3.12 ((90)) perishable atone u the Iymbol Inc.

al Gardens Start earning extra income WHEEL ALIGNMENT and _ _ APARTMENT MOTEL of your love for a dear 000.
[ Dial ATlantic 7.1550 right away. No experience BALANCING with Bear bedroom, partly furnished Services .
Stuart 1 .0. Box 124 Jeastn Beach
needed-we train you te show meat by trained mechanic will CBS homo in good condition. JENSEN BLACH fLORIDA ,

and ask for the Avon Cosmetics. For personal inrview for itself i in tire wear. We have : t4Id in Palm City. Also hal C....1") .1.' t 1.Jn.m AwrtMrti. % Mil r.... ,_... L mfwa*. I._ Kenneth S. StiauneBBos FloridantilBafctr
0..10_ _.. Reid rI.5i.g GlI C....... elasi
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write Avon Manager P. equipment and men. Your pool. For sale or will l.. b___..5.w.L.. w......". ...... u. &AtJ VNIT. 1407 ATI'14flor4201 j Sales Maaagevaa
O. Box 2427 Vero Beach. Fla. ly Dodge dealer. ULMER ade for kits or acreage. CM 287- PhONE 2i1:55E: (115) j tf (ITU I (taut)

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4-D TJir STUART (Flo) NFNS (own More than 700mx)00 persona. Cancer is claiming more \r.
TtuiPsduj, !March 5, 1964 Anthony Francis Ceprnh! I to I or half the adult P"f1llllition.of Itims each year I in all parts ol the
BloiNe>i Hewitt, both of West Palm the world cannot read or write. world.
i MARRIAGE IICENSF Beach I ..e
APPLICATIONS' Thirty to forty gallons of sup I REAL! ESTATE FOR SALF 190
John Junior Howard to Flor must be boihxl down to produce .... """""""' '''''''...._ A"I --P' <
once IJclla Scott both of Indim' one fallen) of couple syrup.:

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660' of river frontage on South Fork of
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
._ ... -- .s St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including ap
proximately 200 Royal Palm Trees, beau.

tiful grounds. Contact your broker or

Citrus Country-1,800 plus Acres '../ \ BROOKERP.O.
ALBERT
$325.00 per ocre Natural drainage J mile frontage on cunul
and road 29r> down.
Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach,, "Fla.. ,,"

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36 Acre Tract-Route 1 Frontage ,.1,

AH highland\: Adjoins PI. SI. 1.ncle. tract. $ 8OOO.00. 29%> down f; ,I '.' JUNO BEACH I Adjacent to
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Hutchinson Island .j i .
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1,500' ocean la river. 1,500'/2,600' In depth. $180.00 per ft Vip. i J I t PS.tMr i

Zoned motel, hotel multiple dwellings 29" down. ..._:....'i .. ".. ___..- _.ypykpa ,___ _._, ...WL.? .""' ""e4'""',.e).,_4 Spacious 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath HomeFull

EASTERN STAR QhrlCTRS! installed recently are, front row Lois Rue, Mrs Marie KmcaiJ Mrs Hazel Kotzc, !Mrs Grace
left to right: Mrs. Ruth Weston, Percy WidMccn, Miss Mary Peck Sieelinan. Mrs. Joyce Quick, Mrs. Dorothy Braun, Mrs, Lillian Basement Overlooking Ocean
Commercial Zoning soloist t, Mrs Loretta Roberts, Orion W. I Louis, past grand patron, Hansen Back row: Mr. Dorothy Johnson Charles Rue Mrs
grand installing! officer Ft Pierce: Joe Roberts, Mr. Patricia Davis; Ethel Persia. Mrs Juunita Profitt Mrs Mnnzic Swigart, and Priced Right for Quick Sale.
COLORADO AVENUE CORNER Prime location. For 'sale or ?Mrs Olive Click Mrs. Antoinette Sthmirbusch: Middle row: Mrs Mrs Grace Wolfe

Ind,. $30,000.00.ROLAND. .
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REAL ESfATE FOR SUE 190 Real Estate For Sale 190
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G. LUEDERREALTOR I ..-- ... . .. .- .- -- -
For Sale! Greatly Reduced. Was Asking INTEREST! r.

$28,500.) Now Only $21,500 Buys (For 3 Yean Meantime, Pay It Off) RIVERFRONT ESTATE
Subject to Change Without Notice
Attractive Interior Line boat ramp, $1,500; Deeded Slip $2,000 '
My Waterfront-Choice 80, 100, I 45'x125'deep, $30 and $35 Fr Ft. FOR SALE
10% Discount for Cash-Your fernis. Come See-You'II Like!
729 COLORADO AYE.! I) PHONE AT ,."" RiverfrontHOME Box 1491, Stuart No Floodingne 287.4589 200 Ft. Frontage; on Beautiful

HARBOR Broad St. Lucie River

STUART, FLORIDAMEMBER I On So. Fork, VV, of Rt. 76 at Salerno Rd..on linden I Lane
Owner on Property Within City Limits of Stuart
MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICEe.4 tt 1636 Riverside Drive, Stuart. !Modern four-room, mostly s.r.. ,!sm
lIDO) furnished two bedrooms, l'/i' bulbs two air-conditioners: oil _... -- -- ..----
_. u_ .- healer, attic fun, screened porch facing river, work shop with I City Water
running water, on riverfront lot, 821;).fuol 1 frontage by 200.foot An Original Florida Home

U.S.1 1 diplh. BUY A HIGH DRY Well Kept and SpaciousNice
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... MRS. D II CLFASON, PHONE AT 7.1561tae Guest Cottage
(tan

$$50 per f ft. It's high land and close in. RESIDENTIAL LOT Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft.

Well Landscaped With !

r FOR SALE Large Lawns and :Many

I Highway No. 76 3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE Little For $500
Priced To Sell $$29,950.00See

: $$29 per ft. High land with creek in RIVER I FRONTAGE Build and Live TOTAL PRICE Your Agent. or Phone

AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232ARBOGAST
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IN GOLDEN GATE
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LOCATED MINUTES! AWAY FROM COUNTY'S
I SANDSPRIT; PARK FREE BOAT LAUNCHING:
J'OR INFORMATION Write to

VINCE NELSONBOX C. B.
Waterfront SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR

122 JUPITER FLA
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: natural famous Berry 620 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7.0966 i iII
I ; A real beauty on PRINCIPALS ONLYWATERFRONT; REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925
(Next to The Prescription( Shop)
Creek. It's large 1X( )' x 160' wooded and tl (u.o\\ tf ((1DO) :
252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440
: high. If want real II
very you a hideaway .. -- ----- PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING
i with natural beauty and yet reached by .1

paved road this is it. Full price $5,000.
HOME $$26,700.00Located WATERFRONT HOME HOMES
Terms, too! I, *
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In one orf Stuart's better residential( sections. Central
w 2 bedroom Tile bath Kitchen 12\15
ulr- onditlonllllt and heul 138 of bulkheaded waterfront Only TWO NICE IIOMFS: Fain has Two Bedroom! (one Ixl2()
t $$15,500Waterfront 2 )curs old. Citrus tree*. What a buy!! Vi down, 12 yean onbuhllle feet Living room 14x17 Garage: 12x and one 12x12)), living, Dining Room Lot 95x150 Trees
,. 22 feet Awnings Terra/o floors A and Citrus Both for sale at $8.500 each More land next
: door for only $10.00 per front ft. Excellent Terms.
I good buy at $14,990.00.RIVERFRONT.
Home
PER ACRE
$$350
I PORT SFWALL, NEAR TilE BRIDGE Three Bedrooms,
Two Bath-Furnished -Guest I House furnished! too ISO ft.
i 2 bedroom, 2 bath beauty with extra large 230 acres located on soon to be paved Martin Grade. Will HOME Lot $17,500. Terms.
t screen. porch overlooking water. Dock divide 29rc' down, 5 to 6 yean on balance.
your boat at your door. Easy terms. P.S.It's DEN OF A DOZEN USES the whole family will enjoy -k only
t a part of the luxury living you will have In this lovely 5 Bedroom,
ROCKY POINT ESTATES 20x20 3 bedrooms 2
Brand New Florida
room .4 Bath Home Separate Dining Room, Luxury Kitchen _
) t tile baths-Living room 15x22- Kitchen Separate Hobby Room lanai Patio Underground: '
E Iliuh, dry residential lots with waterfront privileges. Some 15x12: Garage Lot 90x210 Boat Sprinklers Corner Lot Water access for your Bout Qwner
waterfront lots tern From $995. Terms available. transferred Total $39,750.
Motels Hotels dock and ramp $31,500.00. Terms.

Near School ... J' FOR RENT Two Bedroom )House with Florida Room _
2 Business Locations Elementary I Hibiscus Park $7500) per month, Vnfum .hed.

" Ask Us You'll Be Glad You Did! rive\ lots dose to Catholic Church. Only $$880 each Hillh & dry. LOTS OF ACRES LOTSMAJESTIC I II

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Ralph Hartman Jr. 3 Acres high ground . .$1/>00.00 I PINE TREE

I JJOl1oPc'{ el!!JI. 3V, Acres 450 ft. frontage .$3,150.00
tJ, 7 Acres hard top road. . .$5,600.00 Keynote of Interest in his( large, beautiful waterfront Lot In
North River Shores-Other king-sized trees underline Its unusual
.. tOO Colorado Ave, (acrom from 1st National Bunk) Real Estate and Insurance 10 Acres close in. . . .$5,000.00 I desirability a* a setting for the finest home. A $7,500 value! .-
: AT 74500-Al 7.3280-AT 7-4121 110 East Otteola St., Phone AT 74600. 300 Acres Citrus? $400.00 per acre Owner wants. quick cash. FIRST OFFER OVER $5,500 TAKESIT.
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DONTWAlTt
I.( 4 DON O'KELLY or BOB WILLIAMS PO. Bos 896, Stuart, Flu.
I "n ((110))
: \ r.I (140)) INCOME PROPERTY FOR QUICK SALE
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I $110.00 per front foot Sewall'i' Point Road to River _
II 4 C.B.S. Cottages 2 .1 bedroom c.n.s. I Can be divided to provide 4 large lots Two WaterfrontTwo _
c. O. RAINEY Room Road Front.
Realtor I Houses Carports Laundry -

And all necessary equipment to run BUSINESS ,

tr With room for at least 6 more cottages -

I RESIDENTIAL II LOTS II More WATERFRONT $29,500.00. Terms STRATEGIC CORNER:

I Prime, (lo e.ln Business Lwatioo At Intersection of 4-Luied
t. GOING NORTH See thin before you I. 110' LOIS with diwk pelvllege Near I, EXCLUSIVE ESTATE: In Part Sewallgo. U.s. Hwy. I and vital County feeder road' to entire Port Sewall
2 bedroom, 2 bath C.B.S. 100' on Inlet Only $1.800.) 200' prim St. Luck Rher_ Breat, : area -270 on U.S. 1 Ready now, plus potentialA GOOD
, \ .S" Luck Seawlilled. $%9.500. 2. SOVTJI t'ORIWalrfront: with hoot tllklnl vIew Patio terrace 2 bed'I. TAYLORASHLEYREAL Ii I ONE! Try $15,000.
". 1S'5" OF CANAL frollta&e enough for bwln 100' for $4,500. rooms 2 cenunlc the battu. Celtr' I
R C.B S 1 bedroom lilt trill alr-rondldoolnl and heat 2 bed-
L..lb SurkUn's'hom.; $111,500. 3. WATERFRONT l.or, North Ricer room complete guest hnlae I
a BEDROOM, 2 bath, lIobe Sound urea bhorn Gorgeous view SMO f... publtillent, plS. ,-. By ap" ESTATE : See NORTH RIVER SHORES

Easy terms $15,500. 4. MANATEE rocK" About 200' .1. SWIM ANYONE1 And ttrfront ton! NORTH RIVER FOREST
l i RENT .L 3 Bedroom IIOUM Deep water !Make' I" offer .1 bedroom $31,500.! Jim Whitehead RIVER RIDGE

ASSOCIATE SMARTS LEADING WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES
'$08 COLORADO AVENUE rlUL DORLO BOB SI\I\IOSS: DIAL TLlntle 7.2262 SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS ,CALL 5 (j.J77t
ASSOCIATES MIL 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440
( STUART! FLORIDA IBLR 1\.ItS 1.1 (190) 1.1 (tin)
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I Real Estate For. .Sale.. '.......... 't,190,,". population Mid to be grow experiencing in rate in the the world fastest arc Making Palm Frond Hats' New Rescue Service 12 THT Sfl r:'.'\RT. March(Florida 9, )1964 NEWS 5-D:

I Population there is. i meriting at an Subject Garden Club Meeting -'''-..-''' .. '

unnuul rate ot 2.9 cent, com
per
!p.ired with 2.1;! per cent a year in4sia i Headed bv Hedden i High School News
'R. JohnsonREALTOR ;mil Africa, Mn. Homer (,,.Sinn' a ul.nt Gardtn ( I I 'instructor of work-
V. director. of District 10.) mil be the shops "'i n 'tr arranging, landucnpc Correspondent'
I !guest! speaker! at t h c Monday. iii s sand casting and Its nUR\'L lltAIII!
mEAL ESTATE FOR SALE 199 March V. meeting! ni the Garden wean nij. The first. meeting ol the M.irnninmtySumrl I Stuart. IXimiM 1 1 ( hason. Monterey
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I ( lob of Stuart Mrs Gwinn hen Mrs (,,, 111 IN !subject: for I the I (' Fire Rescue learn Rood: Dr Paul \Yysoik: and auwsar omw a'- "

had many yean ol garden club Momlin i ming' i,, will he "Draign- I was held l Thunthiv... night nl the Wane rntehcr Top Ten r Honor
FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. 8 e\pcnence She ithe immediate ing and \1""k,ng of Palm Fran I ('n'.il Defense; Emergency Operation The ( ounty Fire Rescue Service !
BEST past!... president_ ol Boca: _Raton Hats," vht ii aba wauve a binkct Center. 1 orgNniMtkxi will consist of Students Named
i AT 7.3366 II J anti i'i t 'in' wall plnouc Mem-; I County Fire Chief John Filaoowskl three rescue teams with, five. members Class! of 14
hen and ,, each Redden"
LUSH who have hats presided The purpose, duties on team hope
BUYS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 made ai t piin frond asked. to complete the orgonizition this
ST. LUCIE WATERFRONT are rtX>niihihty and nrinma- At a special assembly or Tate',
to wi ir ihin' that day. loon of rescue service were dis-I week.All day, Fob. 2*. Principal,! lames *
If MiiiMiiit inlcrtnt h shown cussed I person interested' in serving \Vixxlull' announced the "n-n
Beautiful new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, landscaped WATERFRONT no fl. x $795 Cash and the dill 11, UK meeting in designing An Armv field ainhulimie. win with the rescue wrvu.es, who 'senior honor students and top the wncdictoruin '
y home on the broad St. Lucie Ri\cr. 350 deep on Indian River Drlie $110 Per Month and iHI ik III i of hats MM. (its inn recently acquired through Civil are not already serving in other and l salutilonin
Shown by appointment pill' I bedroom frame furnished will I'fl"l'nlorl..hi'1'i in April l Defense for the rescue !services and emergency 'services arc invited! to Claire Dumich Kitty. ) Kindred
d only. $37300.00. collage and separate efficiency Buys new deluxe 2-hedroom, 2- will I he modified and fully equip- attend the org+''nlntion; meeting* at Sue Weiss. I Linda Feldman, Sir
New 2 bedroom apartment Price Is less than bath CBS home. Central heal The. t,'uml I inn go five 'to ton. pod for rescue operations! 7 !tl tI) p.m.: 1nuriil.lv.. : : March' 3 at pima IXtkcr. Arelcn. Brannan
2 bath level the Counlv-C Civil DefenseFntcrgenrv
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split landscaped days \''lh''II'alcr.i His I .
Jim Martin
usually asked for, lund alone and alr-conditionlng. On "spa- paddedfeet Ik'iMcn of Port Salernowa 44S Billy and Eddie I Lowe are
(enkr
home the broad HIM hm easily over theand appointed fire Operations eight' of the seniors who have the
on St. Lucie River Riparian rluhK ONLY eons lot In St. Lock Park.' Will county rescue I South I Avenue.
> hiv noMriK I he closed chief, Vernon lugler
Priced reduce price for Mibstanlliil. cash may thason of Muurt highest scholastic averages
to sell.
$26,750.00.WATERFRONT $9.600. ,
I Agimls ih' last and l his
eyes arcrcciul was appointed learn
cap- The valedictorian and solutntor
Call Owner AT 72417.
lF1 \R"1)1..1)
Iten i I glare) \ and sand lain. Other, personnel, leo hester :
inn of the class of 1964 Vieginia
are
i.12 1 ISSlKVStKeteruils :
LOTS INDIVN RIVER DRIVFMAURI __. !'nt" cvelu hcl. !Holland, Stuart:__Mike Chnton, Decker. ,salutatorian with .a
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2 bath pool 220 fl.. on .,.,. ", (.1 insurance should consider borrowing June Brannan, valedictorian, with I II
Over '' ..
200 '
choice lots er" "' '' '' ''
to choose from. Ex. '' 'lft.. r'rof '
cash value of the
the river 1,025 fl. in on the a grade of 1.\97 A possible
by depth tj ; :! I average
cellent locations. Prices from 'c' : policy rather then cashing .in thepolicy Mraight-A is 4.
$3,490.00 to Reduced 'to $29,500. ;rff,, """ ,.' !l when conlrouted with average
4 $7,690.00 and Reasonable t\ '. \\0 : /' u i Also al the assembly Patricia
up. terms. financial\
< emergency
., 1 notion, gave her. winning ten-trim-
2 BFDROOM waterfront' ,
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1 he Veterans Administration!
tile: Sulk on the Constitution.
138 fl. bulk headed on the St. said today that apparently mustveteranpolicyholders
COMMERCIAL Pat won the area contest at Vcro
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Luck River 42 fl. dotkII
have forgotten .
: Beach with this speech: winning a
I x 23 screened porch -Cedar f about the loon provision. on
50 lots across from Kindred's .. '' tlOO bond and l the chance to go
clouts Priced at $26,700. ', their permanent type policies to Winter Haven for the district
Reasonable Price. Good Terms I which. was one of the many dosirahle contest.
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features prompted
BRING IMF. GROCERIES and Cloinllhe, assembly' the cheerleaders .
them to convirl their original live-
U.S. NO. 1 FRONTAGECity move In 2 bedroom fully presented each of the
o.t" tear term policies nuns yours ago
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furnished 75 x 112 fl. lot .:; : 1 senior basketball. players with a
The GI policyholder may borrow .tic luck "for all the hard work
Awnings Gas; wall furnace \i .
Limits of Stuart, Close-in '., up 1 la 94 per cent of the cash you've done
1 air conditioner Only ,
Htirrmdcr value of his permanent
$100.00 Per Front Foot $9.500. J. ,',...." ,,'1 i..... lyre policy and the policy remain* After practice a gruelling season and of nurd..basketball
11 .. 8fwk in onset although' the protection game
,# a w ?; .I work, the whole team but especially
ACREAGE 108 1001 r 101 r on Indian i. reduced until the loan it repaid! the River Sew nils Point Rd. Between John \V Keller. Martin County it end.

k 4,478 acres of prime citrus land available Outrigger and Bridge I WATERFRONT-$12,990 ::'iI{ Veterans, Only Service GI l term officer insurance explained has omnicnting on it, the seniors
I remarks were somewhat alike Dav.
Reasonably Priced. Long Terms no loan' value he added but (the
Id Duncan "f I dont mm it now
I HOYT C. Otis il lopes permanent" plans: available hut I will next ear," (Hilly Martin
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE. SEE i I curry the loan provision.Once i )
J. A. RILEY 'I in ,going In miss it" Skip Hull,
Builder Cil I is surrendered !
the j policy "I'll mlftst it next year" David
I MURPHYREALTOR for the full cash value all Davis "N.ilurully 1'1111111I1 it, 'cause
protection censes forever becausethe lhatt all I come to Khoo) f.'r'ot!

V. Johnson I Seagate Harbor, 2 bedroom, full tile bath, formica kitchen and] out dl law insurance prohibits again a veteran.Mr. taking Keller Allen play next S.hqmmcr year" "I 1 wish.J.. could

"t'R. SOUTH AlA breakfast bar, large! living! room, reverse cycle air conditioner, explmudThree -- learn On traveled I Ihursday to, Fort Feb Uuderdale 27, ,the

REALTORAT Jensen Beach on deep water lagoon! accessible to ocean .fifth. of the componentsof for the Invitational Tournament,
I smug come from automobile playhtand 'beating Cardinal libbons
7-3.Vi6 AT 7-3340 TELEPHONE 287-4748 and buses, burning of trash mid 70.1ft.() On Friday. they lll :
ft) i 1.1 (Inn) (he homing of homes stores( und ed another game: there, but Ion to
nest
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THREE CORNER BEDROOM LOCATION DOME. os ONE ACRE OF GROUND, $1,95f) Three Bedrooms, central beat and air -** "* FOR T11E LARGER FAMILY- d"NIftItI built in oven and UORffIIOO. boo bedrooms, HI. bath. linen c.ot. on *.
bnide and
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new kitchen rllblne" with formica top, linen clowt 1I..lnllOOm; hurrlrane awnings nke lanlhraped Int. $2.000 dour.,. ranat'op, refrigerator, fllmllur. Lame utility "* Call 7S 100 ru M In very prod ".*utn.1aJ area. $9-Moo Term
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'- TOE STUART (FIlL) NEWSInstallation Audubon Croup
1P64 Susan Hayward and Husband
'tIwnidRy, March 5. Meets TuesdayThe


Mild RE. Chalkley, in Visit to Martin County Audubon
St Joseph i membership meeting will be held

At OutriggerThe The Outrigger via YachtTop on Tuesday, March 10 at 7-30
p.m. at the Martin County Li
member of St. Joseph a brary
distinguished guests this C. Brown, Iowa Mr.
Guild and friends enjoyed a lunch- Dubuque ; Mrs. C. T. Brucs, Crescent City
past week at the Langford Marina and Mrs. Frank J. Stevenson, also
eon at the Outrigger on Monday and Frances Langford's Outrigger guest speaker, will show a film on
March 2. Restaurant were Miss Susan of Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph insect life and wild flowers.

Mrs. Henry Spencer presided at Hayward and her husband, F. E. Turner, Warwick Neck, R. I. Mrs. Isabelle Taylor program
the short business meeting which Chalkley of Hollywood anSca! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuller, chairman will introduce the speaker. -
followed the luncheon.
Father Jan Januszewski installed Island Ga. Danville Va.; Mr. and Mrs. John .
the officers for I the coming s The vivacious redhead star of W. Perry, Pompano Beach; Messrs Non-members are invited! to at

year) : Mrs. Edward Kinsella, president motion pictures and an Academy Calloway, McGroth, Turner and tend.
Award winner, Miss! Hayward was
Mrs. Olin Booth vice
; pres. Williams, Atlanta, Ga.
ident Mrs. Frank. Ghiolto. secretary suffering from a fall on the decksof I Mrs. Earl Green has left for
,;and Mrs Alex Raphel, treas the Chalkley's yacht, "My Su- Mr. and Mrs. Winter E. Smith, I Valparaiso Ind., because of the
sannah. They left for Fort Laud- Nashville, Tenn..; Mr. and Mrs. critical illness of her mother, Mrs.
urer.Orchid corsages were given to erdale the next day to see a physi- John A. Glcnnie Lowell, Mass.; Helen Wicmuth.
the officers. Mrs. Henry Spiller cian, but promised to stop off Paul Sasser, Pahokce; Mr. and
chairman of the luncheon again on their return trip.
was Mrs. Harlem B. Ives, Detroit
committee, assisted by Mrs. Dan Florida yachtsmen were on the BOAT
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Wood,
Clarke and Mrs. Helen Hcnscn. prowl again, as eight out of the ;
'- twenty yachts registering at the Ann Arbor, Mich.
Europe's 200 remaining wiscnts. :: Langtord Marina were trom Flor STORAGE
or bison, all live in zoos or carefully t ida.Floridians 72 Attend Rio
protected government preserves and their yachts included -
The last wild one are believed Mr. and Mrs Hayne Ellis Card PartyThe While You're Away
to have been killed during 1 Jr., Fort Lauderdale on the HurricaneBuilding
World War II in I h e forests of "Uzelle;" Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ryan, Rio Civic Club card party,
Lithuania. Fort Pierce, on the "Sea Hawk;" Feb. 25 was attended bv seventytwo -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Day persons
Placida on the "Manana IV." The door prize was won by Dry
Prescription Cost R. G. Thompson, Punta Gor! Mrs. Catherine Schumann; sixteen Reasonable
: '
: da, "Bali Hai;; Mr. and Mrs. persons won table prizes. Rates
Carlton Smith Fort Lauderdale,
i Hostesses Mrs. Henry
; were
V Dr. Oscar Freeman Courteous
klr'' "Nancy ; Louie B. Spencer! Mrs. George Curran and
rI Orlando, "Sassy Lady; Mrs. Charles Babcock Service
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Wells, Palm Beach, "What Next;
Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson, Fort The next card party will be
+ wN4 w Myers, "Marusa." held Tuesday, March 10 and a Reserve a Space
? ail M Out-of-staters Included Mr. and benefit party for Martin Memorial Now
Mrs. Alfred Eiscnbcrg, Long Island Hospital will be March 19.

i=,. City, N. Y., "Aloucttc;" Mr.
J'i and Mrs Fred Thomas, Easton Cloves are the buds of a widely BAILEYBoat
I : '' Md., "Bivalve;" Mr. and Mrs. cultivated West India tree. The
: ,\: William A. Tattle Redding Ridge, buds are picked when the calyxesturn
'.:'' ;: Conn., 'Lady Mirth." pink. Then they are separated CompanyJENSEN
,if. Charles Herman Jr., Haddon- from the stems and dried on
h ;, .1t.f..J I .. ', ':,''0<',i'J. .. iL A 1 field, N- J., "Barru;" Mr. W. H. open concrete platforms to seal in BEACH AT 7-0936
:2: Koar, Mantoloking N. 1 J., "Jubi the fragrant. oil.
Justice Phar. Ikelheimer, New -- ------- -
Charlie : Reg. lee 111; I. M.
York City, "Champagne;" Mr.
A middle aged man came in the A BALLET SCENE FROM BLOSSOM TIME TO BE PRESENTED: AT HIGH SCHOOL GYM and Mrs. C. E. McManus, Sept ATTENTIONA A U C T I ION
other day to have a prescriptionfilled. Isles, Quebec, "Vel Jac II."
talk and First Entertainment Benefits Band Well Wichita
We began to Major Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
after a few minute he looked Illiteracy has decreased by 20 Kans., "Lyric;" Joseph Bor- SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1964

pealed and asked, "Say. how per cent in Mexico since an effortto mel', Baltimore, Md., "Adventurer 1 P.M. TO 7 P.M.
do you do it? 1 mean how are correct the problem began 19 Will Christen ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Quig-

you going tq stay in business years ago, but 32 per cent of the Operetta Friday "Douglas'ley, Nassau Palm, New;" Mr.Providence and Mrs. Jane and Steff/ Auctioneers
when 1 so much less is still illiterate.
pay you population
Mass.,
John Drummey, Milton. HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
than I, used to pay for my "Oladlar. ,
medicine across town?" "Well" I Auditorium-Gym at New SchoolFranz I Newt( arrivals at the Langford TOOLS, TELEVISION SETS,

1 told him "You're a businessman Villas, according to Mrs. Perry KITCHEN SETS
retired maybe but a businessman HARVEY'SCITIES Kirk, include Mr. and Mrs. W.
Wt do what any businessman Schubert's unforgettable Stephen Schmidt, director of the THOUSAND OTHER ITEMS
has to do to produce melodies will ring in the brand new Martin County Museums, will take rett tt-- JI
quality goods for less cut tRV"Qtk Martin County High School audi- the role ot "Ungcr" Caroline's
overhead. Here at Park Pharmacy / torium for the first time in StuartIn Father. Mr. Schmidt made his act- I NIAGARA THERAPYUSE SWEDE'STRADING

you get your medicineS the professional presentation: of h ng is debut In Stuart when he gave IT DAILY to relieve back aches, leg cramps, tension,
"Blossom Time" by Opera Lyricaof outstanding performance as
without paying an extra per ;; the Palm Beachs, Inc. on Friday : the grandfather in the Riptide! arthritis, to Improve'cl.rculadon. POST INC.
cent for charge account expense, March 6. ut 8 Players' first. production "You I ICan't ,
service, excessive innovations p.m.It USE IT NIGHTLY to Induct deep, restful sleep
delivery
r Take It With You. '
will be the first scheduled AT
event FREE DEMONSTRATIONS
etc., as you do In c: o"u "'WAn") in the new auditorium since Supporting roles will be playedby FINANCING CAN UE ARRANGED *- Blondell's' Hospitality House
tI other stores"i its dedication ceremony earlier in Jeanne Dcnzcr Murray A.
i If you have any questions February.The Nash, Kay Graham fall( three currently NIAGARA OF STUART Juno, Fla.
about discount drugs, come by SERVICE complete presentation of enguged inIu! icarnival's 1 !MILE SOUTH OF HOWARD JOHNSON
Park brochureis "1 he Sound of Music"), Arthur "l.oi'Bti'd In the Beautiful Manatee Marina"BOX
the Pharmacy a the Sigmund Romhcrg operetta I 12153 U.S. 1, JUNO
I available which answers the U.S. llwy. 1 and Palm City Rd will employ the best! forces of the T. Stanton Bill Dclscit Douglas 535, PORT SALERNO AT 7-0050
questions most often asked by young opera company w h i c hthrough Bnylcy, Reuben fooley Hencl! -- '
our customers Get your copy -AT 7.)77-()() these\ presentations: is socking Harmon, Robert Wyatt, Irvin
Griffin and the Mayer-Gould Bal-
at .. slate-wide recognition.
without obligation
anytime let Studio of West Palm Beach.
Free Pick Up C,. Peterson will
Harry portray John E. Hcckrote Jr. will be conductor
PARKPHARMACY Franz Schubert; and Smart's own .
And Delivery HAVE YOU SEEN
little Virginia (Ginger) MoIyewill I'm so very happy! to returnto ii
8 a.m. until 11 p.m. sing Marie, Schubert's I pupil withwhoaaccording Stuart;' said petite Mist !Mayes,
[ to history-
whose! parents had lived in Stuart -
Schubert fell in love. Former Budapest
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for a number of years!, "It will
Acrow from City Park Opera! Company members
be
wonderful to meet old
213 E.Ocean Blvd., AT 7-3201 OPEN 6 A.M. SnA'WEEK Hildcgard anJules! Gyori will friends again. my THE BEAUTIFUL
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7 UA : : ,. take the other leads.! Proceeds from the presentationwill

help the Martin County High
School Band to defray costs of wvI."r.s
If: ': new uniforms. Tickets are on sale
at numerous places in Stuart, in
.f' r surrounding communities and may
I .,; he obtained from: any hand mem
ber. RIDGEWOOD

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