The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00167
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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 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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:Three Willing/ ; Two View as Unnecessary

Fair OpenTo _..

Crowds; Petition to Grand Jury Is

4; Prize ListMartin

1 Presented to Commission

V ItM a q, crowds "'ndav."iII(ounlv Fair continue opened who t u:H

has hem termed! its most successful

showing until Saturday night i
rx.u toh
I Among the prize winners in tru'
arts and crafts exhibit were: I't 1 Sottong

Sawusch Scott caster, Justin
If Pettit Margaret Dustin, K a i I '.
___ "_ Fuchs. F Murphy Kenneth Slim I fj::1.'f. \ Advances
melt Laura Atmnr Jenn MeClunu.

7 ; ;: kcllcher Ralph: :Hum. ;Dorothy; M Stafford Shaw, ,Joseph Mrs l' :

Gladys Hummel Mrs Paul 11ant. [\ sl'y'i '
Mrs (rant (hamhcrlinn, Mrs Request
Nellie Fink. Mrs Marjorie Vii i 1't:

: Brocklc, Mrs Awes' Jencks Mrs t
Lominna Holmes, Mrs J. E. V.I i Martin County Commissioners I

gerline, Mrs A Daralok / ere asked at their regular meet- '

IjA : In the horticultural exhibit win ng Tuesday M sign> a petition cull. I'
.. hers were Mrs,. Alice Reynolds the
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MM John Koimin. Mrs Ales ,
OPENING THE MARTIN COUN1Y FAIR with a pair of scis- of Education; Stuart Mayor Ray Cooke! : Wacha; Ole Almegord, I lund!, Mrs Jick Kuhn, Mrs J NBragun j in detail several county matters .

son Monday afternoon was County Commissioner Frank Wacha representing the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Stuart City ManagerJoe Mrs Arthur Hutchinson I that have been "m the mill"

I while various local governmental and civIc leaders looked! on. ( rowdcr; City Commissioner Arthur E Sims, and County Mrs. l lund and Mrs Reynolds wen (lor many months. ,

Left 10 right: County Commissioners lack Williamson Jack S.inn- Commissioner Edward Miller awarded rose-ties for the best horticultural Asking the commissioners to

dcrson: Henry Kindred, chairman of the Martin County Board exhibits ugn the petition wan Colonel G. I

._ Among the first prize winner* VSotlong. representing' the Palm
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in the commercial exhibits were ( it) ( i vie Association t Sotlong
r'U:' _::> :z:: 11- A:.... fI Must Stay Wilderness Area Forever Jensen Trailer Sales, Pelicim Landscape lIMUt: : rOWIRS: 1KVNKVVUIV: said the group wanted the grand

Newt on Folk From Th and Nursery Jenkins Lund )jury to Investigate such items as
scope, best t of group In the hor Nine More Candidates in use of secondary road funds in
I titulturnl department: Men's GUI., the[ county the burning of Ilessey'
: RamblingReporter Oceanfront Tract Deeded With, den Club; orchid exhibit by lr Creek Bridge and questions involving
I Daniel Peterson and PercyVid- Races for County OfficesNine !! a recent commissioner election.
steen, sweepstakes in horticultural,: I E a c h commissioner expressed.
franks IV, Martin County Spoil his the signing
mare' candidates have filed 1 a ,niemhir of the Martin County view on
Restrictions DevelopmentMrs. (( ontmued on Page .,2-A) for !Martin County oil ices in the I ibrary Board III is past pres Commissioners Herbert Bruner
on : : :: and I dwurd Miller laid that they
forthcoming primary election dent I of[ the KIWUIIIS Club ot lidiantown would lign.County .

WARNING: BUS STOP '1 lUl'r E. I'ouers of Indmntown Commissioner' Frank
ON COLORADO A VEI Permelia P Reed Wednesday thereof for any purpose then the property will revert to Ernest J. Tetaz will seek tho District 5 Commit- County Commission ('fnirmanfrank Wacha said that all commission
transferred about fourfifthsof ever except to permit the whatbO-l the previous owners immediately sioner seat now held by Jack Wil Wuchu tiled, Tuesday for reelection ers had already voted to ask the
I Badcock Furniture Company on tion of water and utility and without notice namely, the damson. Williamson is opposing for the District I con -
grand jury to with hasteto
Colorado Avenue hat been madea a mile of virgin ocean beach Died After Fall .
facilitate the use described Hobe Sound Company Irlo Uronson in the Democrat) missioncr seat Wacha will he seel investigate all the matters in
regular school bus loading and on Jupiter Island to the Florida primary for a State Senate Scat. ing his second term on the conmission question Wacha said he would

lanes unloading wide and point.a number Colorado: of motorists is six. Audubon Society. From a LadderA Powers, twenty-seven, I Is manage Ha Is opposed by Christian be happy to appear ,before thegrand
The transfer was made throughthe Oas Com Kith of Jensen ikuch. .
headed in the opposite direction Scott Kelly Campaigns in of the InJiunlown. jury to help in any way he
to the stopped buses, have Hobe Sound Company and pan. Ho is a graduate of ('lewiston I'ilmg for the scat held by i ic In- could If he were called on and
that must Mrs. Reed The land wasa Stuart apartment owner diet I High School and the Umvcr u m h e n t Commissioner Jack had so stated&! to Assistant State
realize signed by
failed to they
Arrests have ensued. Sug the This County on TuesdayScott in a Welt Palm Beach hospila! I ally of Florida. Ho 'IN currently! Saunderson in District 1 "is John Attorney Phillip Nourse He said "\j+
stop gift to society. Monday as the result of injurk I secretary-treasurer of the Circuit B MacArthur ot Kobe Sound he would ask Nourse foe advice
gcstion: have a patrolman traffic or, or deputy The plot stretches from the sustained in a fall at his home tin,I Palm Bench GUI Association and Saunderson filed for a second on what to do In the platter, but
on hand to Mop use ocean to Peck's Lake and consistsof Kelly: of Lakeland, Democratic I II lame afternoon. commissioner he would not sign the petition t
term as Wednesday
the side street for the bus stops 129( acres. The transfer appar candidate for governor, toldthe According to Patrolman Rill;t I--- Commissioner Jack Saunderson

.1 \been Note:observed Some of to the pull buses around bave the ently closet forever any commercial I Martin Tuesday County that Commissionand Florida\ x Chaw,, who investigated,", (,Crnes= City Will ActOn I morning MucArlhur' Mxly-five, \II j .n mOo, noted he did not approve of petitions 1
Wbylon'tthey or other development. of the guests Julius Tetnz, seventy-tour, wa I: tel' and' rcstauriutt owner as y/elias and therefore would not
corner aftef they stop. tract needs a governor who understands tide of '
scraping paint real estate broker, He It a sign. l
around the corner in \ l1Inhh: a
front of top the big parking to load The deed contains the stipulation the big." business of State government outdoor stairway f s homeTetaz Lot Clearing native of Michigan but has livedIn "It is i matter of record and
that the land be used "only Apartments 604 South Akron ; this area for several years. on the minutes of a commission
or unload? / for conservation of wild life, County Commission Chairman Avenue, about 2::41 ladder: : The, I County Attorney Dean Too meeting that I voted to auk: the
6 soil and water in relation to Plants'j Frank Wacha turned off commission aluminum extension : or Bids RequestedThe er hat Joined Attorney Mallory grand jury la proceed with the
REMEMBER: BLOOD BANK progress and no other proceedings to listen to Kelly's which he was standing, slipped Johnson and Attorney Kilo: investigation/ of all these things,

ON THURSDAY, MARCH 19Don't whatsoever! ." short speech and Tetaz fell approximately fifteen City Commission agreed Schwarz in filing for county judg. I see no reason to sign a petition,"
It also stipulates that the Audu- I Kelly said that the governmentof 1 feet Inking his head Incumbent Judge Evans Crary Jr, Saunderson laid.Commissioner .
take further action
forget to keep Thursday Florida has become big business The Injured man was rushed to Monday to : :
Tie Jack Williamson
bon has Indicated t will not be a
the Martin Society "will not sell, convey, i.1 of loin who
19 free for against owners city
March ,
with 43,000) employes and Martin Memorial Hospital; then Candidate said he mad the motion at the
lease, or otherwise disperse I

Bank drive at StuartWoman's mortgage have done nothing to clear them
County Blood of ) transferred to St Mary's ,
annual $500,000,000 Hospital
payroll W. C. Caveny, of the commission meeting to ask the
of the said or Justice
6 premises any been to do
from 10 to after having requested
Club am.
and it needs a businessman in the I West Palm Beach, where he died,
part except to permit installation 110. I eace In District 4 for the past grand jury to_ proceed with an in-
p.m. of water and/or utility lines to facilitate governor's chair. -- Twenty years, has filed for another vestigatlon/ Of the incidents, and
The commission authorized its
t'J. the of the He noted that Martin County term Frank Snipes hal filed for although he could see no reason
use property as
THAT BIDE AIRCRAFTHUM'S set forth above." his many of the sane problems as IIDI $40,000 More in city clerk, Mrs Collie McCrary, constable, District 4. to sign the petition, he would.'
advertise' for bids the
to to
IN OHIO other counties in the state becauseof get As expected incumbent Justiceof Colonel Soitong stated t his reason
It further notes "that in the lots cleared if the lots had been
its great growth, and that the the Peace Harvey Pi ley has filed/ for asking the commissioners
Paul E. Kuhn Sr. of Greenhills event the Federal Government or problems will continue. to pile I up Race Track Cash posted by Tire Chief Milton Grif for his first full term as Justiceof to sign was to find out who Is "giv.
Ohio sent us a clipping from the the State Government or any political 1 He said he felt he\ was the most I fin, and the owners legally noti the peace District 2. Pilcy Is I ng lip service" to the Inve tl a-
Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday, subdivision or agency or either qualified of all the candidates to SCOrf KELLY fied. service station and former ion and who In "serious"
To the operator
March I, which gave a big write-- or any person, firm, or corporation solve these problems. Counties Following, the receipt of bids, Stuart policeman.
low. shaat time 1 acquireany don, I will set a commission" to the commission will award
up to a Bede BD-1 1 two-place, any Kelly struck out especially at up a contract Henry C Beckman Jr, has filet
wing plane which Bede has produced estate or interest in the tore- I the State Road Department, say I give counties more of a voice inroad State Comptroller Ray E. Green and assess the cot as a lien for re-election as a commissions WeekIs
as a "proto-type"; at Springfield : going premises, or any part there. ing that County Commissions" J in construction, he declared. announced that cheeks for $40-) I against the property of the Florida Inland Navigation DeMolay
i Ohio. The article said thatthe of, or any other property which the: past t have had to take a back Kelly also had a few harsh : 000( ) from the race track tax fund District i Beckman has served one
plane is planned to sell for the society acquires contiguous to scat in the selection! of roads tore things\ to say about the Civil: Rights have been mailed to each of the term and succeeded his lute father DesignatedIn
$2,500 and also mentioned that said premsies by eminent domain, constructed Bill now being debated in Congress sixty-seven, counties Traffic Code !May In the office llcekman It also

"Bede Aircraft, Inc. is seeking a condemnation, or purchase in lieu "In many instances County He called the bill "a violation I The comptroller said the total Be Made UniformIn juvenile counselor for Martin i
site on which to locate a plant for Commissions have been overridden of the rights of everyone," paid to the counties to date for County, a proclamation Issued Tucs-
production to start this l year" by the Stale Road Departmentand 'I have always opposed legis the current fiscal' year Is $1)2- order to bring the traffic day, Frank A. Wacha, chairman
Seems to us that Bede was doing :' Approve SalvageOf road of lesser need have been lation like this. It is a clear step I (000( ). This is an increase of $14I ,- code of the City of Stuart up to or the county board proclaimed
exactly that west of Palm City a ResidenceNeed constructed Under my adminhtra'OUSTV toward Socialism," he stated I 000) over the same period last date, Judge Harry P Dyer has niJIIUHKI) I-XKUIIVKS: March 15-22 as DeMolay Week.
and all ARt; YISIIIM HIKE He "culled all citizens
couple of years ago- it upon our
I' year when each county received requested that the state's uniform
came to nothing after much big for lumber, plumbing electrical more than $206,(XX)(), the highest traffic code for municipalities be I leven:: executives of (the Outboard to Join in commending the young
hullabaloo. fixtures, and other salvag- ( APPROVES Postpone ActionTo amount produced in the historyof adopted here. Marine Corporation, of f men of the Order of DeMolay and
to able items has led t the Martin Close AlleyAction the race track tax.Complaint Action to bring this about start- which Ralph Evinrude is chairman in expressing our grateful apprecU
allots of the fine
example set by
ENTERS: PAINTING: INBLMUICIINE County Commission to authorize ed Monday evening when the City are at I-angford Villas for
: '' CONTEST County Engineer Fred Bell to sal additional $3.864.50 for to close! an alley in the Commission passed on first reading a business conference with Evin :these young[ leaders 1 In contributing
vage the recently purchased residence i. I pipe> to complete a water line to rear of Jesse Haas' Standard serv Made Ordinance No, 385 rude. to the we far i anJ character ofother
Mn. Justmia Pcttit of Stuart on the south side of the I serve Grumman Aircraft at the ice station on North Federal High ( young men of this county: ,
has submitted an original painting Boule Martin thus aiding, In the development and
courthouse on East Ocean County Airport was ap was halted Monday, becauseno
to the second annual BenedictineArt var The commission felt it could proved by the Martin County way agreement in connection witha On Flower FarmPending I Martin Schools Will Join leadership of tomorrow"
Awards. New York, which realize more money from the sal I Commission Tuesday. The additional twelve-foot easement had been County The organization was founded
will award a $1,000 first prize next vaged items than it could by selling pipe ups the total contractfor received by City Attorney T. T by Frank S Land in 1919 In Kansas -

spring with American Federation I the house for removal. the line to $33,071..50. Oughtcrson from Haas' attorney, further investigation, In New Four-County Films Project City, Mo, now has 2,400 chap
of Arts acting as official judges. I A R Clonls. the City Commission took no actIOn t ers It 1 Is a character-building
ir Monday on a complaint by a group of young men fourteen to
I At Oughterson's the
/ the Martin ber of in the school twenty-one. Acacia Chapter,
Authorization for upon-
'MR. SWLTOV: resident of Stafford Drive, con.cerninll pupils system
PACING Thalman Is' second reading of Ordinance No
Miss Elizabeth cored by Acacia Lodge, will observe
ABOUT STRIPED BASS 3X4 which would have closed: the the odors allegedly coming County school system to particle Martin County schools use a
from the flower farm west of her pate m a four-county film programwas ; considerable number of films year. : the week March 15-22.
Two more striped bass have alley was postponed. esidence. approved by the Martin Couny I : ly in its classroom: It currentlycosts
been caught and released locally, Director of Library The farm is operated by William Board of Education- at its regular the schools about I,2UO for 1OO HOT, TOO COLD

(Continued on Page 2-A) ZONING I MEETINGS: : Gladden and Carl Sehramm, monthly meeting/ Monday their film service.Participation AT ('OUR mOUSE

The board of the Martin County The Planning and Zoning Commission who, at Monday's meeting, said night In the four-county
It's either too hot too cold
Public Library announces the will meet at 7.30: pm. on they planned to move the farm The educational films will be program will mean that more films or
courthouse, and for this
and that made available Martin, St. Lu- will be available, and that the in the
Tale Twisting of Miss Elizabeth Thursday, April 16 to consider within two years, an enforced to
appointment changing lot 36, Gomez Grant, earlier move would cause. cie, Indian River and Okeeehohce films will be more up to date. A reason, plus employe complaints,
I By JACK JAMES | rhalman as director of the library west of the Indian River, from interim financial loss. counties schools through $7,500( () four-county committee will choose the Martin County Commission
beginning April. 1. I Board of Ldueation the films to be wed authorized t County Engineer Fred
L TUB H.1INO COWBOY __ zoning to A2. The County Mayor Ray Cooke said that he from the State
make and !
Miss Thalman received her A.B. Commission' will hold a public would go further into the matter Martin County will furnish about The films will be housed and Bell to up plans speccations -
and ask for bids
Lord willing, I'll be in Excelsior the of of 11,200 its share in the dispersed t>> the other counties to un-
from Hobart College, Geneva N. hearing on the same matter at from point view a zoning as program.
and air-condi
Springs, Mo this month-end with 9:30: a.m., April 28. I violation. The figure is based on the num- through the Martin County schools. prove the heating : *
Mickey Evans evangelizing He Y..''and! her B.S. in LS. from loning system la the courthouse.

will he preaching from the same the School of Library Service, Co- -

pulpit that Jesse and Frank James' urobia University She has ,had a Around 100 Boats Arc Expected to Take Part Last Wok'a weather

father preached variety of experience in the public ,., I' r.mptur. tilthHurrh Low Rainfall,
from before he Mrh 4 al t U .00
went west, and library field, in Rochester N. Sarah I n? :: .sa
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'I .an
you know me, I Y., and in East Cleveland, Ohio. Beach SundayAs Seats ,, St el .OD
4 Regatta
Jensen Sailing on Sih ea .
can always testify Miss Thalman returned to her Ma ) / :: U ee .::
to what my own college, Hobart, and was head March ID .55 It .01)
Saviour means Average temperature for wiki ,...
'o librarian for fifteen there. 9 will the racing. in each class which has three en
+ to me. I am also years many as 100 boats are ex- following registration a I a.m. govern units; AtvLier *
+k- t i looking forward She b coming to Stuart from the petted to take part m Jensen should draw representatives of Heals will start at II am, 1 1p tries; two for four entries, and ".
to another nice Portsmouth Public Library, Portsmouth leach Regatta Sunday, March 15.I I I twelve classes of boats: Shearwa I .m. and 3 p.m. The judges committee three for five or more entries. '( JSPW 5fiwraJMI:

visit with Mrs. Robert James a beloved Va. The races will be staged on the I; ter. Shearwater 235, Tiger, Multi. will be-: J. B. Walters of Marlin County Sheriff's Depart Men 11 II ,, f I:II 11 1 fl./ :: U'U*
daughter-in-law to Frank. Her administrative experience in [Indian River, described by Hans I i hulls, Flying Dutchman, Day Sail. Brooksville Me. past commodoreof ment will handle traffic on Jensen! Mar 14 : : T:it e:sn, lin n

This coming Saturday, the "Little a college library, plus her know- Lukas Olympic Flying Dutchman I er Rebel, S. R. Scow, Windmill. Buck's Harbor Yacht Club; Beach Causeway' and Jensen Beach will Mar,.: 1 t/II ;: I-135 n. '.n eau
Taletwisters" and I will be at the edge of public library services'are' MISS ELIZABETH THAL aspirant as "among try best in I Pelican, sail area over 150, and Robert Thurston, also from Maine, Volunteer Fire Department Mar. IT I.ID'l\\ toes: 4'04 4.t!
Martin County Fair riding up a important for the position MAN is new director of Martin be: world tor lIIilin,." I I sail area under 150. and Fred Mason of Elsworth, Me. serve refreshments in the old pa I Mar II ,.10:"! 4:14: I.li
.lI5Cta be vilion. ..mlte K 44 let sm. *M 11 L.
breeze. Show time-3 o'clock. of director. County Public Library. The skippers meeting at 10 a.m., NAYRU rule and class rules One trophy will presented


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.A IMF STUART (llul NFWS Ihnnditv March 12 1964 I
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Starts Monday March If .
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'' Phil W. Pence f 1Yr ''s i s si
School ,

Adult High I' Former MayorPhil t

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Test Series Begins I Wcmier Pence fiflv.six i of j
407 South Atlcintii Avenue, Slu
;, art died at hit home Tuesday ,
Mrs Marian March 10 after a long illn M. lit red
Ilw meiliclh scries of the Ctcn contact Carpenter at '
Carver Gardens School was horn in Boynton Beach! end e
,\ h,.pn, MindaM"rch If in Port Salerno I had made hit homo here for the
I Ill,",e i<,sis" will, he given, al Alar "We have been conducting thesecourses ,, past thirty ycnrx Me was a I
I HI' ( ,'"nl\ High,| School. Wart,ell'I I and examinations, for the number of Theta Xi of Pittsburgh!
I I, un< nllrI i School. and' ( iirvcrs adults of Martin County' for five Pa. a member and pint 1 )president
,I, 'I I here I ol Stiinrl Rotary, and a member I ,1I
i u I lenient ir\ are years. during which time we have
of UK U S (oust Guard Flotilla y
',, pens' 10 the tests and one warded about 170 high school diplomas ; I
,,,, each I hire He served as city comnm
I i will he given' night/ Morton said I Il
,, will I stoner 1942.411 and also served as ,
id The dales "
completion the offerings in the basic review Ar ,
Mirch 16 I through In mayor' 1944 46 ry M Mr
"n from I courses for the high sell x>l + '
"? March 20( beginning at 7 diplomas, have stimulated much I Survivors Include his wife, MaryF T
'" I the tests arc conducted at interest throughout the! county in Pence, of Sliiirt; four elaughkrs ti '
,, 'hi lor the benefit of those whork lour over-nil adult program It I Mrs J. N, Ucvis of Talluhas TdyIL / I
,' day times I should he remembered that the I see Mury' Anne Pence of Miami )
Am 1 legal resident of I florida, adult high school: diploma i i is reeo@ni'ed lilanehe mid Pulncia Pence of I
'sum (or older who has not com i by universities, colleges Smart; one son, Robert Ponce olStinrl IL
UteJ' his high/ school training. may' ministries:: and businesses as being : i ; his mother Mrs Norman, :
tike the examinations Applica I equal to the high school diploma K. :Bennett of West: Palm Henehthree i; I PLPPHSM' > IIVIS
ms should he made through I. awarded students in the brothers Allen Puna I of -- In the ( rills Room -
It !Horton, testing agent for Martin regular school program.' I Ins Angeles!! Calif. and Charles ; d1
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( ouniy or in the Indnntown For further Information, con and Morris Bennett of West Palm I ,
,rca contact Max R. Thomas at 'lict F B. Horton at 287-0710) Bench I to the United Stales in I9M He :1 i member of the International I1OUFR IO>ERS
Funeral services will he held in had been resident in Martin Brotherhood of Electrical Workers PREPARING FOR FURS _
VV"irfield School Any Negro interested 287-0711) or 287-0712) or call his a ---
in taking the tests should I home, AT 7-0291) first Presbyterian Church of Smart County' for the past t twenty years Local Union I'M ol West -- -- ---- --
Friday at I II I a m. Burial will He, waa member of I Union Palm Beach __,_"'jWJ.I! Al5 ,, ...,.. I the Sunland Center project The! Blame TransientsFor
he in Wooell iwn (cmetery in West i francaise Lodge No 17, F&AM Survivors are his wife Florence ABOUT Soroptimist Cluh unanimously voted Break-ins at
Palm Reach friends may call at of New York City, a member of Pagnina Smith of Stuart; one sister MORE to give the Jensen WOlntn'sA
Danish Lobster TaiIs-Special-2.50 Johns funeral Home Chapel on the Scottish Kite. Valley' of New Mrs. Elmer Foust 1 of Detroit 1 ..()cilltion the $50.! A member of Coral GardensCash
Thursday' from 7 to 9 p.m York City He! was a member of I and one granddaughter, jail Smith RamblingContinued the club also offered materials.
I the Chef de Cuisine Associationof ot Detroit Mrs Helen Richardson, chairman and articles value. ,"i
Standing Prime RibsSpecial2.45TOWN MRS MV.Kt.ltRI 1 I ANNA America and an honorary mem I Funeral services, will he held in of the Women Association com about $1.UK)()) were taken In i '
smvMr : I her of the Honda i l Sheriffs Asso Johns Funeral Home Chapel Sit- ( From Page 1-A) mittee which makes the garments! break-ins in Coral Garden' S, '"
Mirgucrile Anna Sihcy. ciiition urduy at 2 p,m. Burial will he in I and Mrs Frances Hubbell, president division last week
HOUSE RESTAURANT sixty'six. of Lakeside Village. Hohe He is survived by his wife. Fu Fern Hill, Cemetery.. Friends may both expressed gratification At the home of 3.l.cmn.I "
revealed last
Sound, died at her home Wednesday genia Tel,17. of !Sudan; one broth call from 7 to 9 Friday evening. it was Friday night for the Soroptimist Clubs gift er the thieves got a diamond '"' '
morning,, Murch 4, after a cr, Violin Tctaz, of New York: I at the Izank Walton league meeting valued at $600>, a second doom"?," I
ll\ir MILE SOUTH OP BRIDCI ON US 1 brief illness She was a native of and one nephew Ernest Violin I \ "A Mr Shelton caught and I Four out ol every five motor ring worth about $IOn, ,I ',-
287-OW GENE: GfRKhN: SIUARFGOURMET Albany, N Y and had been a Tctaz of Norwich, N. Y MORE ABOUTFair ) released them from the IndianR I vehicle fatalities in the United watch and $260 in cash
winter result here for the drivers and Taken at the residence 0I"/ I '1
past Funeral !services will he held in I I i v t r bridge," said President States are among
three yean She was a member of Johns funeral Home Chapel on passengers, while the remaining cia M Kackelt were a wallet unh'
the Hohe Sound Presbyterian Wednesday at 8 p.m the OpenTo Charles Kindred, report ng the fifth i is among pedestrians $1 a 550 ring and a $" i I.I\t'"
Church. I Rev, J, W Marvon, il'relh p: I fact by 'phone to Boot Byrd But The thieves failed in an me'nni
Survivors. include her husband. minister, officiating, followed by> I I he didn I give his initials or wherehe South Africa largest lizards I I to get into the homes 0'l .K ""I i i
Charles E. Suhcy' Sr of Kobe Masonic I services conducted by Crowds was ,staying' The State Conner have been declared protected animals Grimmer and George Zemci'
I Sound; one daughter Mrs Raymond Acacia i 1 lodge No, 161 F&AM ; vation Department wants more They had become a favorite I Sheriff Roy C. Baker rer"rtl'd
Clark of Albany: and one Fronds may call from 7 to 9 on'' details such as how large they gourmet dish and the population he believed the break-ms ,1''
ton, Charles E. Sa hey Jr of El- Wednesday evening I Prize ListContinued were and what they were caught hid been _depleted_ I _dangerously,_ done by transients.
nnra, N. Y ; two sisters" Mrs I Lily I on. We would appreciate it if Mr. ----
i. Bread and Mrs Pearl ford: one Shelton would get in tench with
brother John Weininger; and five I ( from Page I I-A) Boots Byrd or see me at Ideal
grandchildren, all of New York. Herbert John Smith, sixty-three, Sports Shop:' Most pressing question -I LANGFCRD'SLUNCHES
funeral services were held in of I 1011 East Sixth Street, Stuart Fishing: Niagara Cyclo Massage: : were these part of the original !- FRANCES
Albany, with Johns funeral Home I died in Marlin Memorial Hospital St LIICIC(: Pump; Douglass' tern I plantings made, on the North
in charge of local arrangements I Tuesday. March 10 after an extended Well Drilling; Central and Fork last year or their descendants? -
illness A native of Sheboygan Florida Flood! Control; Stuart tWIIFFIFR tGGERQOfR -
ERNFST JULIUS: nTAZ: I Mich, he had been a resident Tackle! nnd Marine; Martin County .
Ernest Julius Trial, seventy hero for the past t fifteen years Citrus. and Stuart Junior Con I NFFDS IIFIPAI ESTAUMNT
/I' 1 IK KM 1101)111Whether /
'scmtion Stuart Chamber of
four, of fi04 South Akron Avenue He was formerly an electrical inspector
Stuart died Monday, March 9. in at the H-Bomh plant in Commerce, Krauss and Crime and you're a Parent Teacher -
St Miry Hospital, West Palm Aiken S. C. He contributed much Rock: Jewelry.Ceond Association member or not, you :Monday Ihru Friday 12 TIL 2 1'.1\1.
Beach ns the result of a fall froma to the electrical safety program In Among the livestock winners I j can help raise fund for Martin
I ladder placed on the second floor I Stalcsvillc N. C. and of recent were: Chastain Ranch. Appaloosa County High School senior reception DINMRS: 7 Davi Week 5 IO 10 P.M.
: BUFFET of his apartment. He was a native I date had been employed as a fore horses. rosettes; Bill Cohee and and a schol inhip fund. Member -
of Cicneva Switrcrland and came man nt Pratt & Whitney He was Warrcp Kendall.rabbits .best of of various, county PTAs tin For Reservations Phone 287.4040
I show f rst. second, third and dcr the leadership of Bill Wheeler .
SUNDAY.a TO S ..M. ,
.. t iliO"SIi' M' IRI'S"'I'; 1i, award Pigeon of Lofts appreciation, first' second: Sunshine and president the job of of manning MCHS PTA the ticket tookon Where The Stars Meet *

: Tw NMrratloM, M.|.ymt flahfm I | I third: Creek ide Farm, best of booth at Martin County Fair and
- .......,fUlm, d show first second; McMulltni they could do with a. little help,,
: B0wir)4064 ATUntfc 74400At Hl'ived DrinksI I Ponies. best of show. first and If you' can spare some time afternoons .
: The If Good &
1 Food
one of second horse f,rsl; Crane Creek: or evenings during! the rest
'* Ranch first and Savage Cattle, of Ihis week, contact Wheeler at
first AT 7.1 1197. or Phil Samcck at AT

i i Warficld School '\ 1 EpENLAWN p1tiVTATION i !
; rPlli SOROPmilSTS: GIVE $!M) ow Ol1e
jtmuJ 1_ I 3 PIFCF ORCmSIRA SAFCKIMY NIGH ITS I Playground! Again IO ttOMINS: CROUP pining Rswm 1saNm yry. au 1nnlxtl

= 2 HKK-KS NORTH JENSEN BEACII CAUSEWAY | Summer Ballground ON SUM.AND muter IalnnrP .nil rr"fr.m Ifar r uN i .J r .
: tT f 1. ..,." ... StMit- wJ flit Flint iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir Concrete evidence of Marlin
--------- Renewal of the yearly agreement County women working together Hr"FItTATlnve ,(
for use of Warfield School: for a common cause was revealed rrnw /
playground by the Indiantown this past week. The Stuart Sorop
i Youth Baseball Association was timist Club heard that the Jensen I r
Bedding Sale of the Year approved by the Martin County Beach Women, Association I wu i
Board of Education at its regular short $50() in their goal to I purchase ii
meeting Monday night!. materials for garments ur

: Quality Quality Quality I 2rst, 0'. r f f'Q' ., 1 i i

: These Hcdding Specials Arc Climatized For Florida Climate and Carry I i"( Inquiry Noise

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w- Dies DeathA "ur, Box! Office Opens 6:30
Quick I
bth'Ji, iii it Feature Time 7:00:
Continuous from 1:15: Sat., Sun.
... motion by' County Commissioner" Fdward Miller to write '
- . Grumman Aircraft about possible future noise at the Grumman Thursday, Ftiday Saturday
plant at the Martin County Airport died a quick death at a
meeting of the commission Tucsd,ly. -.lAC"'E'
- Commissioner Millers motion died from lack of a second GLEASON NMIQuitL? McQueenat

Miller told the commission he felt sure if Grumman tested
planes or engines! at their plant the commission would! be blamedfor his Greatest
the "noise, S.

He asked County Attorney Dean Tooker if an ami-noise
r One
a clause was written into the drumman lease with the county and of the
:AIIONALS was told h> looker that there was none.

... HOLIDAY ? RACKSAI'FR When Miller questioned Tooker on why the clause had not TOIiE1NE i Funniest Comedies
been included in the lease Tooker referred him back to the

Smwth Top Innmpnng MoltmtiSZXfZ. FILM QUILTED MATTRESS if County Commission which, Tooker said, set policy You'll Ever Seet

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Annual Spring Art Show 1

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.t r, .. n.-. Scheduled March 22, April 5 Flower Show Awards

I I The annual Spring Art Show will I r.1.hIrk must he accompaniedIn I
he held bthe M C. Hisioruul: 'the names and addresses l ol the Are HereIn
I Society at the Hliott Museum on .ousts, .the title 0'l the work, and Clarified
Sunday. March: 22 and Sunday. the price it it i is lor sale. There I
.;: &, April i.Two "is no entn lees, hut if any item
". f art works per artist will he I is sold duimji (he exhibition, the the Flower Show presented Due to an error in last week's
: v3 4p accepted! in painting. photography, I museum receives a communion I b> the darden ( tub of Stuart I Stuart News, class I 11 I ot section I,
.t'> ceramics, sculpture' mosaics, col-'I II !Mrs Roland! 1 I. Dunn is chairman Fcb March I I. the award of artistic division, was listed as
... .; ...<" :>;. age, and other tpci of the art committee for Die distinction! V.IIIven to Mrs. Dennis I' having no competition In that
\ I Persons may submit; their entries historical society' Hudson Sr.. the award of merit class, Mrs Joseph drcenlees won
I".t now from I to 1 p.m. The Dm year there will be a populinl was given to Mrs. J. C'. ('res*, a first prize, Mrs. (,rant Chamberlain -
deadline \\cducsday.. March 18! \' pull on all works Visitors I tricolor was awarded to Mrs. Paul won second price, Mrs. Robert
J are invited to vote for their favorite Bryant m section 2 of the artistic Lear won third prize and! Mrs.
-------- art work. The winner, will division, and to Mrs. John Husseyin Richard Pryor} won fourth prize

I.IX.: Mr MING: be announced at the end of theshow ,section I I. artistic division '1 the I hostesseslOlRlsr' .
\l GKttM; : : limit: sweepstakes award m horticulturewent
to Mrs Jack Kuhn and the
The of CUB 10
UmteDlUghten\ I
Rl'' I\1 \CI: SUE: iwecpstukes award in the artisticdivihl0ui
C'a'A (tontedtfr.ii met lit the home of MEE1'I ON ;MOMUY! : (
awarded SIn
was to Ernest -
MrH.. J i tirccne Monday 'I Ihe Women'* Society of the Pczzoni The Tourist Club will meet Monday -
March 9.Reports. but Methodist, Church'will haven
the award of distinction, the March I ifs at the Youth Center -
on the district meeting talc on Friday March .
rummngo with covered dish
award of and the tricolor
in Fort (Pierce were given rc.'cently.) I' and Snturay March 14 at the of merit are :f officers for l 1964-65
all value
Donations were made to the old! 1 Iropio Furniture toie I building equal will he held! All arc ins lIed.

HIE@ RED BOSS kick,oil luncheon was held at the Woman tarv of the Martin County Chapter of the American Red ("ross, Beatrice Pillman Scholarship fund. Anyone with rummage is asked .--- --.. ---

' ( lub building Wednesd.iv, March 4. Left to rgiht: Miss Man Joe Finley, chairman of the local chapter, Mrs Hugh \\illoughby' Attending .were Mrs, Archie. to bring it to the store on Thurs. t(1 in\: MI'us Six stales were admitted to tho
Basidcn Mis 0 t E. !Bennett Mrs day' altcrnoon hilwcen 130 1; and Union Ihe administration
I Shackelford, and\ founder of fund chairman. Oscar Willocks. Miami, field and during!!
'I treasurer the chapter Ray Fuel representative Flora ( oihcll. Mrs Ralston IU" 4 lUll. Ihe 1 Womens Society of Christian .1 of President Benjamin Harrison. ,
co-chairman ol the I lund drive, Mrs Elsie Smalley executive sccrc- Rev Walter Jessup. who gave the invocation. rum Msis I 111\ I Fur\e. Mrs I'I J Service will have its regular I I889-
-----.--. Smith Mrs Harm (owed Si I. Hour that hIII graiuilai: texture meeting on lucsday, March 17 utI other president.
-- any
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I r'hL Mrs ,III Risers, and Mrs Mar\in mil pours like salt, or sugar has: I 12 to p.m. at 'the church. A covired -
Rowel) Ken developed and will I be putt' I dish luncheon will he served (lose to I ,MX),(XX)) American
Refreshments were served' nn:: UK': market: soon I with "members' ol I Allah ( ircle as women will be married this year
I RIO NEWS NOTESBy : .- -. -- -

MRS t. B. 'Ill' ASLKY AT 7-OH87


Rio Civic i Club CelebratesIts VALUE

'I Fourteenth BirthdaySeventy ST. PATRICK'S

heel ed Mrs. Stockwcll her
enjoyed a roast 1 to Lee as
dinner on Thursday March 1 at birthday was on this dale 8:00:()() a 5:30 TIME 287-4242 I
Rio Civic Club to celebrate the The business was called I
clubs fourteenth buthdav i to order by meeting President! Jack 8:00:()() a 8X:( ) F1U. 287-4243

The ,invocation was given bs) homer, who announced there
AI Wilson \would not he any social activities
Four charter members were introduced during Iloly Week GOODYEAR WORLD'S LARGEST GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER
Mrs. Marie Ward Mrs The regular club party was on
Mary J. Diems, Mrs. George DeVitt March 10. The next meeting will

\ and Jack Shomcr be April 2, with a potluck supper. (
Other guests were Mrs. Kath Hostess chairman for the evening -
leen Phillips, Andover Md.; Mr. was Mrs Henry Spencer WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUTS
and Mrs. Ben Pastonous, St. Joe who was assisted by Mrs. Hubert
Mich; Mrs. Ethel Dolphin, Chico. Klein Mrs George Curran. and

pee, MassMr; and Mrs. Harry Mrs. C. B. Heasley. .t'i ((1963 MODELS)
karpf, Scwalls Point; Mr. and
Mrs E. Everett Fredoma, N. Y.;
Mrs, Arthur Solt, Perth A 111 hoy, MRS. DHMIT I INHRIAINSRIO : ; General Electric Refrigerator General Electric WASHER
N. J., and Mr. and! Mrs William ( 12 CANASTA CLUB

Kehort Meadville Pa. On Wednesday afternoon.
The birthday cake was present- March 4, the final seaonmeet. FILTER

i iI I ing ot the Rio 12 Canasta Club MRS. IRNrSr: FtZZOM: holds the miniature which helped her ui I'l'tERO '

was held! at the home of Mrs. win the Sweepstakes award in the Artistic division! of the Flower DEGREE' FLO

DRAPERIESSLIPCOVERS I George DC Witt, Rio. After a dessert Show held by the Garden Club ol Stuart February 29-March 1 I. e '
luncheon canasta was played
I Table winners were Mrs Gerald U __ ___

Mason.' Mrs Ed Barnett and from their old! home town Fish- Mr and Mrs Robert N. Larsen,
I Mrs. George Martin Special prizes kill N. Y., Mr and! Mrs. (Paul Periwinkle Cottages, lor three
Mrs Phil Schilfeneder
I were won by Fedrich and! Mr and Mrs. Charles weeks. Mr. Solt is the brother ot V 1 12-lb. Cap.
lk Mrs Mason and Mrs De- lit
!Schlagct.: Mrs. Larsen e ..

UPHOLSTERYCHOOSE Members of the club attending Dr. C. J. Buekncll and wife of a4 I 1 No Nash Trmp.
\were: Mrs. lanes Go.ney. Mrs. Pepper Pike Village Cleveland CARD PRIY11.1.. ('CMllroi
fROM OVER: 3,000) C, B. Heasley, Mrs. George Martin : Ohio have returned home alter BIMIir: IIOSPIIAI MONEY
Mrs George DeWitt Mrs. spending some time at the homeof There will he dessert card!
party .
Ed Barnett, Mist Christen Ke- Mr. and Mrs Greif. They also at the Rio Civic Club on Thursday -j
NATALIE BORUfN: Sort Mrs William Kehort Mrs visited Miami and! Nassau Mrs. March 19 at I pni The proceeds r DAWN Cashelr
OUR JU'ORA10R. IK IP Lee Stockwell, Mrs Ruben Bru- Bucknell is the daughter of Mr. are for the Martin Memorial y
YOU IN YOUR' SLLtCllON not Mrs. Phil Schiffeneder and! and Mrs. Greif. Hospital.The 1 5 Year
Mrs Gerald Mason public is invited.! Reservations t N
Jupiter IslandPAINTERS Mrs William Power was a substitute Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pastonous of be made with Mrs
for Mrs. Jay Kleckner, St Joe, Mich., are spending: ni: shorttime Henry may Spencer 287-OKM. '
the home of Mr Mrs
& who is a patient at Martin Memorial -
Hospital Jack Shower Mrs Pastorious is .4 "CU. MA
I a sister of Mr. Shomcr. LUIIIHUN CHURCH OF


Brookline, Mass, were recent The Lutheran Church 0 f St. Ab.fI
Mrs. Ethel is spendinga !
CLYDE R.IeGtE! : Owner month at the home of Mr. and guests of Misses Pearl and! Maud Andrew, Port St. I.LICIC, will holda I 'I III 3II2VNOW NOW
of Periwinkle Lenten service: at 7:30: p.m. on WA 5041X
Haines Cottages.Mr
A-l-A, HOBh SOUND, IL\ Mrs. Harry Spencer. Wednesday, March 18 ONLY

Dial 546-4841 Mr and Mrs. Hubert Klein of and Mrs. Arthur T. Solt
friends Perth Amboy N. J., are visiting Extra As Low As
Rio recently entertained pay for overtime i is received -
- n__ ______- by fewer than one third 87 As Low As 87
of all people who work more than 229WITrade
forty hours a week 1 79NOW
$$3.00 weekly
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i -IIitl.- :.. -AI-)'-UI'I'I-t"t"I'- : : $$2.50 weekly

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Noticei/ hprphy alven IIIHI Ihvinld I
More and more people are opening checking "r.ienrd uudrr' '. tI\O' prololoo,

A of<'I ln 1'hxfs.r of: IK41 sour, will, i raisin Laws; of' with h'inride.: llu:: : Large 23" General Electric
Clurk of lh. (Irtiilt Cniirl In mil The Most'BEAUTIFUL"

with bank because of lower for Mailln. of proof County.of putt/MorliU::;: /,:anon, uponifiillit uf
accounts our our thla wit. notice, the fktltlouH nom u t-

und'r which w. will' .IMKHK. In, CONSOLE Television
biiHitipmi, )huvlnv our' prlnc liml' pin '
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(if hnaiur.an/ Sliiait, Marlh inn
charges. ly. H...: that. the imrtlfm Intm-Ocd,
I In imlil huMlnpM an Robe. I I \.t.I hrr. -
anil" Ions). Vltkfl ol' (mr'
Morlihi and l hut I there an '" I IlilirmlPd, III mill) I liirln. w
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TO WHOM JT .stAY IMlMfcltN !
It will to investigate. .
pay you NOTICK III hiTfliy ie\vrn\ tlm' '''h Speaker
lunnlnw( and Zonlnir uiimi..io l ,1
Marlin County Unrklu. .'III'onll" '

a 730 nuhlli P.VI. hearing on April at 1*,the l I/d l(hour al::, ,i/i/f..( I Front
Mariln Ciiunly fuurthoumi I Inilii, u
*&* art, HorlrtH' to coimlilur' tin matt Control
or aiimndlnir th* aonlnir/ riKtllutof : ,n,
the followlnic diacrlhH property
from Interim tu A'I... Hardwood
Your Mail Box "permit lu Mina used fur urJlo.... flf "
1 We Arc As Close As uppuitenant thereto: b .
Lot 38, numaa Scant Wi.l of -
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I All lnti>r...t d pertlea an invited, -
to ntli-nd unit hi hnard
Datnl triipi lath of Miirch not r ail.arr..r I I
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55111154 IT MAY COMKIIS/
Himcat I. h rhy) Klv-n that 'I,' As Low
Hoard of Bounty <'ammi.mlnntrr I ol Hear
Martin (::'bWYb.o: J"'t" will ne'
dart a :. th* hour
of r 30 A.M. or a* ..inn IhT..il.'
.. the matter mar t>" heard, on As $$2.50 19987Weekly As As
April 21 l>84 at the Martin r.unt Low
First Bank of Indian town Courthnu. In Stuart, Florida ,o I
ron r the mm tor of amnndlnic 25987
th<> mnlnn r".ul .tlona of th,. '..1 I
lowing d..erlhad pnipurtr fr"m, $$3.25 Weekly
Interim' to A-4 ao m* to permit If-
i b..lllie ueel for purp..... appurteWantoi -

LNDIAMOWN, FLORIDA e 1sr U. (10m. Oant. Weet of
t. Indlwt. Rir.r.

1 Telephone 597-2181 All Inl......d partlei are Invited 257 X00,p1. PHONE:
l 10 i nit.nd and be h.ard EAR
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4-A TUT STUART (Fl*.) NTH! nu"III). Murcli 12 l4 1 losing to Clifford of Vero Bench
-------- ---------------- I \tx-22. l'lfordgrl.(! went on te

I the finals where they lost to Oar'

Cocoa Beats Lions mont Ppmtt scored in the boyj' gam f

I were: Conrad Patterson I 5, loh
Turner, 14; Jimmy Davis, 2, Howard
Porter: :10; James Hamilton I :

In Apopka ContestCocoa 12. and George Harris, 6.

used' its superior height From that /point on Cocoa con MSI"IS VFKO THURSDAY
last Thursday to knock ttuuil I I I 'tinned to incrio.se' its lend At the I
1'coining; : School from the StaleB end of the third quarter the score track squad take!
part in iK second meet of the
Southern Division Tournament wan M 18,

pt Apopka/ 6349. It was the third time this year four season.way Thursday affair, with March Pahokee 12, a

The first t quarter of the game that Coach Cephas Cipsons Fort Pierce also visiting Ver ant

saw STS put on a determined effort charges had l faced the Cocoa team.Cocoa Heath for a 7 p.m, starting time II
\\o Ml. the lowering team, and won the first name from

rnanaifcJ to come out of the fiN STS, hut STS defeated: Cocoa in Ahout SO cent of the nition
quarter onl) two points behind at the second crude
reserves 1 located
are i i in
18 16.
('ocualent on in the Unirnnnicnl Texas
But in the second quarter thetiring losing in the finals to I like
Lions fill behind leave Willis, Cereals are the main
i: tOe crop (If
the floor, at the half with t score The STS girls also hid a one Tibet where agriculture method

3221. -- game appearance in the tommy, remain primitive e 1J.; 4, a r 6r, + S !,A p,,. .4. "''( 25i' tdf ; Sw "fv"I



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fA3>BOAT THAIUM ,, 'ft ACCESSORIES MCHS 1964 IJASI; ':KVII! SQUAD: Hailed by Athletic Director Bob Coiling as the Larry Anderson. c or of: Danny Kilboirnc if Buck Mauldm c. and Gary Simmons -

best t baseball squad the school has.. hail in years the Tigers opened the season with ss; seated in front Jim Rollins. bat hot, standing. Cliff Rollins coach; I

SERVICE I a Suncoast Conference same it Belle Glade on Tuesday, March 10. The squad Ken Lofhack, p; Dick Bowman p; Skip Hall Ib and p: Billy !Mathers, of; Eugene!:

All includes, left to right: Seated Ken Foote c; Gary Little, p; Mike, Crook, IbLittle's ; Adams, if; Johnny Wood, of, and Carroll Vaughan. of.
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Two-hitter Wins
County and City

440 ROUTE 707(, 'tiQ-IENCEN: BFUIIT J Opener for Tigers, 11-0 Fire and Rescue WORKS

( Martin County High School got [Ilell off the game with a triple and West Lake Off Indian Avenue, Port Sewall
oft to a good start Tuesday for scored on Gary Simmons' single Team Will MeetThe MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS

Coach ChIC Rollins. in what may The Tigers added a second run CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
well be the Tigers' best t baseball m the second inning and four in
County and Fire Rescue
season in yean, winning at Belle the third, forcing home pitcher NO. 1 MARINE
Glade in a Suncoast Conference Ed Buckncr to retire in favor of Team will hold its final organIzation Rural Route No. 1, Stuart, Florida Dial ATUntfc 7-246

game, 11-0 Tony Latour, off whom MCHS meeting at 7:30: p.m. Thursday BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE

The win should put the Tigers scored one in the fifth and fourin March 12 at the Civil Defense Agent for AI Pflueger, lac. Taxidermist!
NYLON In the right mood for their home the seventh. Emergency Operations Center -
opener at 3:30 p.m. Friday March
13 Foote was the Tigers' leading It n planned to complete the
N against Pahokee at SailfishPark.
hitter with three safeties
organization this week and to start 1 NT ALL

TUBELESS Gary little a southpaw went Stuart 114 010 4-11 13 4 rescue training classes and cxer YOU at th
all the way for the visitors, yielding B. (;lade 000 000 0- 0 27 ekes within two weeks ,

only two hits. Two Belle lade Gary Little and Ken Foote; Ed Th unit now has ten membersJim FabulousAlNew
pitchers gave up thirteen hits. Buckncr. Tony Latour ((3)) and Hedden rescue chief
a n
Ken Foote, 1.itllo battery! mate,. Charles ThompsonWoman's flounced that'Vernon Chason.' Van I /

Smith and Robert Rehr have been
appointed rescue team captains
Tourney r\
The organization will consist of f'4 MTELV
the rescue chief and three teams **
of five men each. ,d (except Sunday)

Reaches the Semi-finals All persons interested in joining THRU APR. 22
I ............ ...N..... ; are invited to attend MUINFE
In women s club championship I Ilia DeStefano; heat Gen Luce; I

'2 lay at Martin County (,off andcounty I ( onnle (iddcn heat Ruby Bryant. STU.RI'lIIUn'UR't! : SET Every Saturday 2 P.AL
GOODYEAR Club during the past week I First flight-Fsther Fenton beat I ROUND ROBIN I U-OH-S r

rsulu were: F Anderson: Hotel| Gleason heat I II FOR IRIDVYURUI 13 i AdmtsUon 25c
Championship flight I i -Olive Beck Pitt Put GreenleeH bent free
nun; ParkingwRTONiavaxnl
Stuart I lied Us last Indian RiverShuffliboard
)arh heat Jackie llartsill Mar I
J' | ;
Princes King Ida Allen heat A.
;..,..,... ..........r -ha-Deuschlc--- bent- tlsic Johnson; I Sarro ; season m Ocean'Hreere League game Park ot. 5 the'5, t ton OSWI"rww'rrosC 50 11sa nnMi 0 soss.' _

I.Mill: 41)11911'IIsFcIEY/: : : Second flight-Isabella McPherson Wednesday March 4. Winning ..rKENNEL
I ------- heat P
: Jessie Highce; lice Todt
'mioi > '' Stuart pairs were: Pinmngton and !
,1\IV ssl, -. .f&1..I.W: \4 I'"I IOI H 5-r heat Jackie Luce: Edna Dane heat I Guiler; Higgins and Moore: Han j CLUBSANNOUNCING

i' Now! Get Goodyear Safety Plus It", IY IIIHIIM MIOHU'K VI IMtMlv heat Marge Irons Maddren: Lucite Woodrum ey and Mayer: Planes and Butts,
ni'PTXTB:: Betty and pimpstir and Fisihir
': OF / Third flight-Louise Donovan 'I' .

!; 'I Good Looks-at this LOW LOW PRICE! LIX>YJI MI'rlf'H :nAnnA'Jf TO 1"U"I'nIUAll !""'!!:MPI, I I Il4 heat Biddie B. Stafford Stuart;: ;Helen Gertrude Henson Mmne-beat play In the Good same day Fellowship Seminole League beat

rredllnrS" or ..h.'MI.. I ieierby "r.I" Stuart, 6.2, only Hillary and
han beat.I.! Zihlman Janice Clark
.I \d II illfled IIMrdM'h 2nd,I rp h''nM'd,i ulrrd Mr.file' heat E. HirrisConsolation ; Hoover and Merrill and lIalocywinnina "J C O M P L E T E])

any :tonne or ! uhlh I ol they flight-Elsie John. for Stuart. _
inv have airnlDHt cell ijfflcii In the
of the ('nllnl)' JlldlC" nt Mllr, son heat ickie Hartsell; Gen I.ucp C Willemsen and R. Patterson;'
1TRtNmKR. All-Weather '4?* tin t onnly It Alanrt FliilK'" ,In.. II"wllhln('nllrl.hnllMM eta. heat Ruhy Bryant were four,game winners in Sat.urdaY'1 LINCOLNMERCURYCOMETREPHIR5
erln'fir I nih.'r, It, dnte of Members intending t? play in Round Rohm and qualify
PAIJE! : > hH libel i. puhllrallun' ; or Ilia: nolle, the Field Day at Patrick on Fri- for the play-offs on Fr day. March -
: Nneh: iHlin' or demand n''MII'I Iwrlllnir Inpins
TUBELESS and I must mate I it ho : diy !March 20, should sign lip 13, beginning at I 1:15: pm.
or 1 esllenee l,] and I POH' | "frl h',. 11,.Iroif at the clubhouse Lee Cormlius and Walt Moore ,.. U lilt!
the( 11 ilmunt and 1511,1\ he a voin '" QJ
: I' : I by tie I hin meal, s1 i won second place in the mixed' p
: : :: -
WHITEWALLNot .attorney or to Inw her5111e voLrrnrillnir MCHS Is ThirdIn doubles at the Gala Diy at Fort
HHHP V\TIO'I AI. n\MC Pierce on Thursdiy
... Seconds/ Not Retreads! I': ..rllior 0' 'Ihr .MIII'" n'
llol l K KnrrinRnv .' drrnseed 3- MeetMartin
ss (' (iivnv *: f"1I.\nV way
1v \\'m. r. rrarv CARD OF TII INKS
$ Push,: Manh U, ID, 2IV April 2. mt
I77I -' ----- County High School took
11 ,1'.1 1\N 1'OI.'OltI"'T.11 1117''l4111.:'. "n' II'rI ''. only two first place in a three- I wish to thank all of my friends

'e '.50 X14 ptu' T1. EIOHIn4I way track meet t at Pahokee on who sent flowers, cards, and condolences
: I tax and ties BH\ IP1O11tT11, 1570 I Thursday March 5. finishing third at the time of the death
.f PSTTKOP ) with 324! points to Belle Glade. of my siter..If'! AI Gile/a
NO MONEY pffyo,-TCw J phHTIIA O JOHVSONOTIR PerrnnrA. )> 7711' and Pahokce, 66

r > TO < III,1)11) (Hit Clark Collins\ won the polo vaultat Mrs. Michael Harking
; DOWN Bertha All rredltora.'nt"I, me of 106': and hP.Marty Rchnhcrg' the
1 I hereby notified end I r-\ul\ '''el in file shot put a heave of 312'. eygls5evArrraO'5vcI'' no- MERKLE MOTORS
WiniOW Soy rlHlma or dentnn. which thp\ Billy Mithcrs second in
OLD TTRFS mar hers axnlnat a..h. o tate In the placed ------- -
.ifflm of the font tj' .iota. nf Mar high hurdles. 220 and 440; Steve
Just Say BLACKWALLTUBELESSf.JOxHorf70xlJorl Ian ('onnl 17. .Horlln li th' Co.irtit Menninger fourth in 220 and 440, ANNOUNCINGREOPENING
I honoR Smart 'lnrl i. ,'. yS1L77 Its, rolrdnrosin ths ham, the dnl.ftri.h't Skip! Hall was second in the :'
i' "Charge It Pleqse"i r-f lu Ux and lit*o if your tar ::: : rlolm puhllratinn nr demsnd" 5r Ihl I.must nn long jump: Fred Jette was third SERVICEDEPARTMENT
..ia In\ wrltln. .nd muss mate the in the pole vault and tied for
4 I | OPF.N AN ACCOUNT pines or rml"I"'nro and punt, ofnepsddrr01 fourth in the high jump, and John R, 1100leyII! !!'.
of the | |
CH most
I lah'n'tnt Rehn.lx.rg and Tim Newman finished .
IN MIMJIES b.> pworn to by the <' his Boarding Day Week
itrnt, or attorney, n r It Hill hp'nmp I second and third, respectively
void 1 scene dlne In liHlltJia ..", Month
H\MM1ITFIJI1 in the discus throw. I
i Co etrrurlrs,. nf the The death Rico RIGI IT HERE
rite IN
caste ot tlerthn nPib i. in Puerto Grooming STUARTWe
.Iohnoon ,1''M.d fell from 9.9 per 1000 in 1950 to
March 11. 14, t<. April i. IMf ern and southwestern sections of 5401 S Federal Highway
I are happy to announce that David
NW; : ;.''I OK EY1t11+ 1TIll o.. I 67 in 1962, a reduction of abouta Fort Pierce Phone 464-3378
i l persons la hprehraises, there I will ha allnlersstsd an third I Watson will be here from 8 to 5 to take
Rnllnellnn held tor thn IIr.nMlnll 4 -
or EI..I.llln., In b.. held' In Ih" I cafe qf your en'icc prpblems.

1 t l IJJ i ale WI 1! Mores"nrihonM"17' ,11414 Stuorl lIrlh: in Fln.hlll PM,, Nosl 0 n Dave has had a great deal of schooling
?ilnatlon' In NnvOnlbrr

NO MONEY DOWN' GOOPYEAR'S NEWSYNTHETICTOUGHER 1'II.Paled thin:' 0,5, an\ of Marsh. I1ny GOLFNew and experience on Ford Motor Company
: IIPNHY: CIt t 1xe, product

t ,Pay is Uttlt is$121 Per W ek' I ('h.l.men I hOeetrirlana'Rnnrd Martin County Golf & Country Club
TIIAN ANY OTHER. 1' II ttht.I100.
UII'M'' '". Inspretor Come In And Get Acquainted
J : I ; Froa Expert' Installation .I RUBBER! r"b.llnrh\ 13. 10"1 ST LUCIE BOULEVARD, Turn right Jiisl before crossing
>OTKIOf" Nevf
v 11..1
J Noll" In hrr| ,.hc alien ''h.t. par. You'll Like Our Fast Efficient
I Hunt to a 'lnlJl DPTTPP of F5w'elneor. COMPLETE Greens Fee
NO LIMIT GUARANTEE{,! N. lln.lt .a ....th.. .. limit .. mils, limit rods. limit entered 1 In .mono nuinhrrnd.natl. Courteous Service at
na on a. ai to In the ironit' 'miri of Martin
4 s I ap*.d, tor Ik. .ntlr. III. o( Ih. trud,. Conntv I f.lorl I,: T will: wit:. the prop; I 18-I IOL E COURSE $3.50

a I ALL NEW GOODYEA AUTO TIRES ARC GUARANTEED ...In.t d.f..H I. ..........h..* andmaterial .rll h9ortdn 01111,1.1" .' \.Ib..d In tnrltn soIAl'r4 t'oUnty FIFCTRIC: CARTS $6.00 for IS Holw-$4.00 for 9 Hole
: and normal t rid h ,wds, mc.pt pc 11 a Gowlywr tin" lalU pose tal. Your Lincoln-Mercury.
luarantM any ol mon nun. lo,000 Goodynr dMl.r: In Mi. United; Sl.t. and Caaada will mak. filer.I : t lI..nn..h t", I1I.nt""K" .S.
t tlf.anew tIC a ..w lira baud .n orltln.l |.... depth rnnalnlni and .um..t .'C oody..r .rl.a''. 1'1,51': A I"of the INIII.IITIl51'N,vial: lherr5) rli-a.eordntr MEMBERSHIP: k Comet Dealer
r M Slop IT. !Un sod re,'or.led --
'In Pint Hook I pnar. 5I. Mir !\ :: .IIIP IMTIVTION fEE $100.00 t-
tin rounjy Flouts footle llr
eordu,, SINCIE:' MEMBERSHIP ._ 80.00

at niiMlP .al*. In th, hlvhpat an4 DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP 100.00 t
Snot bidder' for nnh at the front 10 PLAY BOOKS 30.00 Phone
PHONE of the Martin ('' int) <(""tin. 1
loin* In fHimrt Flerldt I ; : helween: 20 PLAY BOOKS 55.00 .
COOD/VEAR I OSCEOLA 11 II,on teal am. and nn p m on MnrrtitxirtOTHY 30 PLAY BOOKS 75.00.. 287-

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F hAtpfvss RtC"l'\Rf\I1O'f BEN HARTIG PHONE
rtl Barnett Bank 287. 2274
tiwtumvllU. FIr, ,*BnlMlnir* PRO M.\N.\GER I
Pub5 Mnrh I! lia<

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HIF STl \RT (Tkiridar I ) 'S ,riiur 'laMirih 12. 1964 5 1
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Everything Was 'Ducky' Until, Money' Was Mentioned OPFNFFKIUYS

I City for DefenBut; Not tnfor Paying Double !I SHOPPING STUART o 9 A.M.\\ e-e 9 P.M

---- SUMMYS)
Ffforts -- -
to gain increased Stuart --- ------- -
[ participation i Martin I CENTER DISCOUNT
9 ,\.1\1. 6 P M.
[ Civil, Defense efforts came to h08t1tt JIghds .l8r,4
Fan abrupt halt Monday evening, !! .
[ when the subject of cost croppedup
[ I .

P director Colonel had H \V explained Tarkmgton the .functions state. \WILD BIRD SEED PLASTIC This is a New Hanger!

elf C nil! Defense from the .d1 .d ueR I
l va
'n. W 1
state level) down and had suited
j thai he would like to see the Cltl' w
Blended iiialtrarl Not Good
[of Stuart enter a joint organl7a-
tion with Martin' County) to cslab wimp of the most :
[ lush a CD program and project its HANGERS NotBetter
[ fulure." desirable wild I I
AI Keaton Martin ('ountCD birds Hours of .
[ director went on to( point out that
The and Fd: Higher a former cal i i'POlAp15 htli'resting and SOCIETY HILL hut the

t. commissioner. had prepared a i iI >d amusing pastime
I plan for basic survival home three MtSSlkfb Ur VEHYBEST'
[ year ago. when II nbcc was the will he 'oors for

city* CD director The plan was Ills small consldrrallon !
| now obsolete Keaton slated t mil _
| need reviion. SmklyHill
Mnldid f pIi"lie hungers| vilih formed
Keaton proposed that members Brand .
I. of City Comrmlsion become memo lop mill bottom lunik.. for h""IIIIJI
her of the county CD council. compare a( J9r!
and that city funds pay $2.400 for skirts sllps||| etc W'IHI'l nisi or stain

half the annual natal of a deputy
[ director County funds. said Kei perfect for hunglng drlp-dry gurnirnfr. .
[ ton paid for practically everything Milul swivel hooki, (Uur
else He had .
nothing -----
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I from Higbec in three years coneluded S-Ih. Cello unit assorted colors,
[ Keaton, New Mains to Point and Airport

And the City of Stuart has hat!

[ heard nothing from Keaton in

three' years' ;' replied City Manager Crowder Water
[ Joe Crowdcr. Reports on 6

(Although it wan< not stated at

|. cd Mondays at City meeting.CD director. Higbee shortly reign.aft Line's 2-Ib. Hag#! FOR Mo Limit

I[ er city the commisioner.hich completion of his term expired as Expansion ProgressIn PARAKEETSlaD ff1I

fin December 1961. and no( sue ?
[censor was appointed) a report to the City Commission do, had done a good job and that Street will he signed soon he mid

It was at this stage that various Monday Joe Crowder. I they would install the meter A public hearing will be held .
[ city commissioners, and Crowdcr city manager stated: shortly. at City Hall on Nlmday, March
[ commented on the fact that city The water main has been The sewer line in the Woodlawn 30 at 2 p.m" In (Connection witha WATER GLASSESChoice
[ taxpayers pay the same county led to the Steele Point area, Park area will probably be turn proposed street improvement program DOUBLE HIBACHI GRILLA

| taxes as do county taxpayer, with: Southern Gulf Utilities, Inc., will ed over to Stuart Housing Authority .
extend it to Sewalls Point and this week he said. ---- ;in the house!
> the sole exception of special dis- r.riiSi: ,,,nII'rl't.t\T: of any new experience ;/Jar-I1-Q cooking, !1nr
trict taxes. used for special purposes Hutchinson Island Crowder added I The water line to Witham Field ---- -
i within those districts Any that the contractors, Cambron installed by Martin County had I 'rlll' .111I.I I'r. tit IIr lit' '. II ic:
5151'11 110lsIv1' I 'I III 'I'r. IS
| further payment for CD wouldbe Construction Company of OrlanDUT10N been checked! out satisfactorily, I. Ssii Kill M Iii its I'ill \ ltH .
> doubling the city taxpayers Crowder reported ,/III!I lit. IX 11"11:11': Works ciiiully| well
\n. :imJvm 10, I II I and l6-o/, luinblirs r*
i load, they averred The contract for the completion T \ii\m i' C I on ihurioul, wood "

HUMS SHOW of the water treatment plant at (nip'OMIAM/ "mil'Inn. *.a HM"\1., I/MI.. lilmin i to i I N "" r I llmvy. iiiullly| itlumi tiun \ L I / IN+Ir
AT ILLIOIT MUSEUM: : Paint Beach Avenue and Tenth do bi.lnp.. in 'Ih. Wit, ., i conned! furl for + /
Ask Permits for of h'Inildi, ,'". Ii'bn,111r l bleu In a win, lion of sculptured ,
E W. Dutton films scheduled I your ymr round '

for showing at the Elliott Museum ant+i'rI15m.rI1 N .111'1;I': "" lure and drrorulid dfhlins -
at 3 p.m. for the next four Sundays BEFIt IICFNSF\ : \IAIIY IhNIhT'rt: ) aINEC: I pleusnrr. l Double e
Artifical Reefs I
(KING: APPROVED hlo sit I In N"
are: March 15 Feathered reodtllx, I | colon. Compare ulup
Aristocrats the songbirds of Flor The transfer of the beer licenseat *i lIe permit" cookIng -
have been ida March Buster the Coon V 'lli M lit' I"I III,H'si'IOMIS lit 39e.i .
Applications made to ; 22. :; the Friendly Tavern o..ccola rnuFllnxllist: III
| the Engineers Corps by the Florida March 29. "Flowers of Florida" I Street from David \V Bailey to MOM HI 11.17T'n + fir a crowd;

i Board of Conservation through I commercial flower growing' i nMartin Wilbur, J. Kirk was approved by I JIOFI'H: 'N auNlinIn ,: e J
I Ross Witham, for establishment of County, and April s. "Sd.versidcs 'the City Commission Monday .,.,'th",1 1 I\'h I.'1.,1,1", ,
[ five artificial reefs at the follow- the Tarpon _.I night 111111' 1,1':11111':1"1'1.Ioa: : : : :_ I II / j
-- -- -- ,
[ ing sites: I. field' 1\11' h "Plot I.tllI

Under existing dock at Houseof \ I "111' .Situ I"UIII'"': SoTIi lEI'I COMi: \UH;

[ Refuge, Under existing dock In Attorney General Is Asked I III'1 .,.. a n 11111?., Inh1", "noIN"',,',,',\,xII,.,.u,".I. ?I I"u. ,I'Irln ,II.I-,

(I Indian River leading to Sunrise r.ui, ,wh K d IK..' llii>d i," rl. I INII .' AT $12.98
(Inn ocean beach: unJ. *- | Shores ocean fishing pier; under To Rule on Eligibility of I 1-1 SJ Itli' k 2, HT Id''IF11LtA11 I I ]'our Choice
[ the kids" fishing dock on Jensen MKHT Ani'lTKIV I !. n,
rllnir I Io the rho I H' orIN t In
[Causeway: and under the pier al Candidates in New District i III,,,,, (in il< 4. "lmtn I .ir tin,
the county park Hobe Sound Iliblli' ItriardM iif tlnllln 1'nlui-, CHARCOAL
I ly. h'inridx"I .
w r The reefs would he composed
f of three rows of hollow concrete The Florida attorney generalwill for an office in his former district h.. born ruled I .llilll. .l v',,II. and I younnwrft'r WlI
'" 'd In.rIin' II r"nv' MHN'S QUALITY CANVAS mtiQUirrs20lb.
tiles, set on concrete steppingstones be asked! to rule on the eligibility According to Florida statutes, n li PNllig| 'In II", Hill'of
and held down with bags of of the candidacy of persons a candidate must live in his present "',,n,i.'Inllil il',"n ilnliiirrHllnr, .
,. WATWiS. III'HI::IIP H"il'
cement-sand mix. re-districted district six months before he can miry I.Mv. ni iirnwm I N".k,,I I () Bag
Purpose of the reefs Is to form County Commissioner Edward become a candidate, .nil,linn. 1''I I"'an''I .IIJ. IirtLnudvrdnl ,, DECK & TENNIS SHOES
I ,'. I-1,,,Hlli, ml t ril" I lienil
artificial refuges for ipmcy lob Miller asked and the Martin County Tooker explained it was his belief n. ,,il,1 ntKU,'r o i. |tir.dha, 'In II'r
step (Florida crawfish) and stone ('ommi ,ion authorized County the person could run for elec.tion I nfrlrr I it the fink" nf 'tin ('Inult, :
crabs which research i is being Dean Tooker in his ('Sint an u1 hxim i, II' Ml, ,. .lstme1St LADIES' ALL LKATH\\\\; \ \
on Attorney to write current district and the ill I 1111.I 'thrlxln, JIII.J"" I. nti Ii' Sl/r 6-12 InM
conducted at the House of Refugeon the attorney general on the matter six months rule would not apply, I d I,mull, will hi Mill' 're-1, nKHlliKi. ynn
roe III I.Ih.t .1"I II ,"II ,II, "" fill 1
a grant from the Conservation at a meeting of the commission granted the olficc he seeks is up I or (',.nllimnl. 'hit,* and Atortfd -
Department Tuesday for election But if he wishes to I1A1'IP': 'riil" Dili, lay nr MnrphI ,. ITALIAN SANDALS
Specifically,Tooker will inquire run in hit previous district he I 111,11.I I 1lUOTIJI'WIII"i i!: "olors.
The ratio of one car to every whether a resident whose county would have to move hack into Tack nr Ih,. i'Ir, nil (.....rl > t ,
1.8 in Australia i is second commissioner district the district ,11'1"1111 1'nint Ii., 1111,I '
persons was recently w',1'1'F1''IN, HI'ln:1I1'' : N 10(11 s1.ET111urnrym. : a a aAi ..... ...... '
only to the U. S., but Australia changed and because of the Commissioner Miller insisted on far 1""ln"' u It [( "/" -, r.M.Nw. "

equals the U S. in one motor truckto change he is now in a different i ruling by the attorney general and ,I'Pori(I t.xndrMntr'Irewrr nn, ;' 'Iorlo"torrh y r t. "r' ,If wgI.d. J' If .. ?JJr.

about every twenty-one persons district-_ would be eligible to run. the commission agreed_._____I'Ill" _\ __12_ I' :''t Si'' 11 I 11at ,' (01 11'. .' Ir
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I I. .. \\hlleorFun .
s aJ
'tot. "?('it
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,vv, s } :f'. ,. ,x Ii' Made (1.- .sell for'
,,1 a (' ,
Compare M 1 $\.95.
The 1964 \ t..r afif.:! 'i
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JUST at $'h 5 a\, 1" .. ti\" "ot".f .

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HOMELITE4CYCLE55 line Amerkan mad foot' -

wear with comfort cinhhinrdInMilp New .1964 "nlcllle of the

ARRIVED! NOMUlr 1 FW and upon|* n"shlontd popular and xulle lurkkh

ers'h. Heavy ruMirr natal' toe dvhlipi. Cork wedge heel lID
strongly, reinforced for titreking
end glove leather Insole l fllrextra
s Now you can lee It her* the fabulous wrpr comfort.
The Outboard that 1964 Homelit 4.Cycle.outboard
I motor One demonstration ride will
convince you thdtheretaeddferencecuts ,
gas and oil cost b.tWlenoutbo.rdl,

4-Cycl Economy cute gas and oil
cost In half

.D-In half I .4-Cycle Convenience eliminates MliN'S COTTON
meseymxmgandfussy' measuring ol BOYS ]10-OZ. DHNIMDUNGAREES?
=- 9 0 gas and oil Sine oil la rot being'
burned as a fuel. It also eliminates WALKINGSHORTS
fa eualmaanr. smoke end fumes even at Idle.

Cycle' Quid Is something you Hfieve
.,,,irt' to hear and get ready for a : .
pleasant surprise

: There"s tots more about the remark .
ebie Homelite that will, please and in-
Wen tailored denim prked to low thai
trlgu you. Before you buy compare. ;: -
and see the difference.
It'* np strain keeping that naturally active
e 1.eyel.ernldrr'. N..H....'..., :
youngster In dungaree, Navy blue .
F i pertly ..,led and tailored In color .aitgle
Sires 6-U.
ful pluld amd Milld' Adjustable snap

waIst or "bell loop klylns Sun 2K.



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See Our Display At The Martin County Fair L -

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6-A TTIF STUART: (Tin) NEWS Tfaiirsda, March 12, 1964 Richard Sever i Contracts Given
I For Road RepairsContracts

New Goodyear for road repairs in
Martin County were awarded l Dick-
Florirtt l erson. Inc., by the Martin County
Seconds Credit
Et'tTI0 ManagerRichard Commission at a meeting Tuesday
A total of $2.555.50 will be usedto
Sever associated with level and widen about 1.000 feet
the Goodyear fire and Rubber of Seville Street from State Road
Compan) foi tins' years. has been 7h to Alhambra in Monterey Sub-
I appointed .rcdn sales manager ol k't division.
the Stuart storeKIC1IAR1) R { ek k A contract for $2,685 was
( awarded to level a half-mile of
Pyt I IA
Mapp Road from State Road 714

''iii southward.A contract was awarded for

S I\ $3,750 to level and widen a half-
mile of Murphy Road from Riv-
ANSWERING. : / QUESTIONS following a tour of the Civil Defense Emergency Operations Center on erview Drive to West Murphy
Haglcr Avenue was done by Civil Defense Director AI Keeton when the Civitan Club of Stuart touredthe Road. _
center last week. First row, left to right, Ron Vilardi Thomas H. Lord Ron Huston Jack Hardy,
Harold C. Campbell; second row, from left, Attorney Mallory Johnson and Keeton. third row, from TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
P lea, Police Chief Jesse Taylor, Russell Nickerson, Phil Sameck and Bob Hartlep. DUPLEX in Stuart. $65 per month

i: one bedroom'round., kitchen Each living side room has

'Inside Civil Defense' Tour Is and bath. Phone 287-4245.

l 3.12 ((35))

RESPONSIBLE family both permanently .
THIS \fS A Taken by Civitans Membership employed, want to rentor
lease three bedroom house year
; 'round basis. Write Box L, c/o
LJt The whuts, whys, where and v- ".r Stuart New 3-12 ((40))

how in local Civil Defense oper- r METROPOLITAN Life has agency -
EXHIBIT ."" )' ,mons were explained by Martin r, opportunity open in Stuart
SEVER County Civil Defense Director AI due to retirement of present representative
I Kealon and his staff when the Family man, age 25-40,
Formerly with Goodyear i n Stuart Civitan Club toured the residing In Stuart-Jensen, wanting
J i West Palm Beach fort Lauderdale '' County-City Civil Defense Emergency r 4 details phone J. Corrie AT 7-1175
I r and Miami, he comes to Stuart Operations Center on Flag- '.. I or contact Robert Allan, Box 162,
-, from a recent assignment! with Icr Avenue recently. Fort Pierce, Fli. Phone 464-2450
the Fort Myers Goodyear Service The club members first lunched mornings 3.12 ((43))
r of ; ,b : .,r, & Store. at the Town Mouse, then headed
Mr. Sever n married, has two for the newly completed emergency EXCEPTIONALLY large rooms,
children and lives on Flamingo center to see what makes separate dining t room opens to
.. Street in Stuart. local Civil Defense click porch, fireplace, two bedrooms,
-- They found a newly remodeled tile bath 20x10 utility room, 2-
SAVE OUR FORESTS IS 111EJR FAIR THEME : The Pacific Ocean extends east building, termed safe from all buta car carporte, concrete drive. Land
to the longitude of Maine ( scaped, underground sprinkling
: direct attack. They were visibly ., e
mobile home
impressed They were taken from system Will consider

I Juniors, Ponies Plan April Start; AAA Publication Tells ofChamber's room to room as and they got looked a detaileddiscussion into down. Phone owner, AT).12 7-2058((90)).

Require More Adult Help As Usual 'So Sorry' Signs the At various one point departments, the group. pausedto LOOKING home priced for under a good$20,000 family 3

listen intently to John Rains, bedroom, lib I bath, all electric

Final details have yet to be League and six the Pony League, Stuart Chamber of Commerce pli hl11enl. deputy fallout and operations cloud formations officer explain and kitchen, double carporte. Excellent
Ironed out, but at the annual election and that Langford-Hall Park, Jensen rated page one treatment in the "Stuarts main thoroughfare:/ is their effect on the area in case EXPLAINING FALLOtl and cloud formations to the Civitan I location in Stuart.mortgageCall Less
meeting of Martin County Beach, as well as Sailfish Park, March edition of AAA's Florida torn up, causing sonic motorists of an atomic attack Club is John Rains, deputy operations officer for Civil Defense $4 287-0877.000 down assume 3.26 ((90))
would be used Motorist, which also publishedFour inconvenience.. Instead, motorists
Junior and Pony League 0 n Officers elected for the 1964 photos of the "We're Sorry"signs will remember a series of signs The Civitans also visited the
Thursday, March 5, it appearedthat season were: John Min hew, president along torn-up U. S. 1 highway :/ designed to ease any irritant central fire answering:: aervfcewhich i I fie cases were found not guilty;
the season would start early, : Martin Wahl, vice president i. "Sprinkled throughout the town is manned continually in bonds were entreated in four traf- WANTED ANTIQUESWill
on Monday, April 20; that eight and Tony Scrivens, secretarytreasurer Said the AAA under the head along the fexir-lamng project of the John building Filanowski County Fire hand Chief I fic cases and three cases of public
would comprise the Junior U. S. 1, the eight declare was on to intoxication traffic and
teams ing "Stuart Happy U. S. 1 Being signs ; one one
Players for both leagues will be Four-laned: "We're Sorry Our Road Is Rough give the Civitans a run-down on public Intoxication case were con Pay The Highest Cash Price For
registered on Saturday, March 21, time-honored It's Only Two Miles,' Please fire operations and tell them how tinued, and sentence was deferredin
"One of the tests
times he later, Don't Be Mad At We'll well the new center is answering A One Piece Entire Estate
to announced
at atSailfish of is the use ofa Us Be one case of public intoxication. ny or an
good salesmanship
needs of the
the area.
,, (1)yk Park Stuart; Langford- Finished Soon, 'Pie ise Come Again
Hall Park, Jensen Beach; the ball negative argument. to score a positive When We're Not SD Upset,' and Following the tour, the group Truck Contract BRIC-A-BR BRONZES'
parks at Palm City and Kobe pomt."Uhin Thank You For Your Patience assembled in the lecture room of OLD PAINTINGS: / : OLD JEWELRY
Sound and at Port Salerno Elementary that criterion, the Chamber Your Next Visit Will Be Better' the center and their questions were Ulmer Motors was awarded the OLD SILVER TEA SETS OLD WATCHES
I School. A parent must of deserves Commerce 'A'of Stuart for Florida "All sponsored by the C. of C'. answered by the staff of the center contract to supply I a half-ton ODD PUCKS: : OF SILVER: OLD COINS
k I accompany each buy to the registration an accom- the signs craftily use the opportunity Dodge pick-up truck. for the use ORIENTAL RUGS OLD PAPER MONEY
and I boys of twelve and ---- ------- to list four of Stuart's attractions JUDO: DISPOSES Oh1MIMY .
of the City of Stuart's water department !SLANT TOP DtSKDISIIKS 01\ D CLOCKS .
fifteen of must produce sailfish, the Elliott Vehicular 'I :: CASKS: ..
years age when the City Commission : VASES ,
birth certificates, Gomez Group Is Museum, eighteen-hole golf In Municipal Court Tuesday, met Monday
As;, usual, both league need I course, and miles of sandy beach': i Judge Harry F. Dyer disposed of Ulmcr' bid of $1.39708, including PEWTER: OLl} BANKS OLD DOLLS

I more available adult, particularly help than men Is already us umpires I Asking BuildingAs ,I twenty casesFines were. imposed in five traffic three a bids trade-in submitted, was, the the lowestof others 1 Will Pay $100.00 or A $3.00 Gold Coin

and women to operate concessions cases, one of open profanityand being Web Ordway Motor Inc..
I Kindergarten 4 I o n e of displaying a deadly $1,499 and Bill Greene Chevrolet WRITE: Box 818, Jensen Beach, Florida
.t weapons; three defendants in trat-! Company, $1,500
Pensacola cradle of United -- ---
States naval aviation, has lived under -
Members of the Gomez Civic
five flags!! those of Spain, Association! are trying to prevent I ,..'....,., .. .<<1(1
France, Britain, the United Stales, the discontinuance of a private ." lI'' '" ,,
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and the Confederacy. '
kindergarten in the Gomez area. 'f' '
REV. CLARENCE: YATI.S, Bushmen in the Kalahari desert Members of the association ask. II. ..,t; .
pastor of me First Methodist in Southern Africa use an arrow ed the Martin County Board of \'
Church of Sebnng, will conducta ->oison: no potent that one drop can Education Monday night to approve -
revival at the first Methodist kill a man if it enters t the bloodstream the transfer of the one-acre ,
Church of Stuart March 1520. site and building on some permanent ;
basis no the group could repair -
[ it and continue to use! the
Stuart and Jensen Chambers Work unlding for a kindergarten for
I children whose mothers work on

Together. on Coming 'BoataCade'At Jupiter The group Island reported the build
ing was recently condemned by
a recent meeting of Jensen I ford Marina Detailed plans will the Health Department inspectors
as unfit for use as it kindergarten.
be available later.
Chambers of
Beach and Stuart
Over-all chairman Is Ernie I Currently, thirty-one children .f
Commerce representatives,, a Joint y 'i '
attend the kindergarten under the er tr
Blandish of Jensen Beach. Vice JAMES B. WATSON SR. is
committee was formed to plan the supervision of Mrs. Gertrude Pett-
is Don Bowden of Stuart
chairman the unopposed Republican' candidate
kick-off of the annual Okeccho- Other numbers are Fred A. way a certified teacher for the Honda I Senate --4- -
bee Waterway Association! Boat- cott, Dorothy Art/, Ed Lawrence, the building was used as a from the 33rd Senatorial District : '-
A-Cade, which starts at the Stu Mike Greene, Dun Johnson! and school prior to the constructionof including Martin Okee- -
art-Jensen area this year. Enter. John McQuigg Both I chamber Carver Garden School, chobee and Osceola counties..
tainment, kick-off ceremony, and heads, frank Forsbcrg' of Jensen After the building was abandoned
discussed and Beach and Konny Nelson of Stuart the Board of Education
banQuet plans were l
a presentation will be made to the stated that they) were effort plcsaed rented Association the building for a recreation to the centerat Civic $$900 Already In .: ;. j
Waterway Association. with the co-operative
Tentative plans include a ban All local boatsmcn are invited a dollar a year, but the Gomez -It ": 1j \
quet at the Outrigger Restaurant, to 'join the cruise across! the slate group decided it needed than recreational kindergarten For Cancer DriveJack : : ,
with cruise headquarters at Lang- which begins May 15 __ space more
Hampton, treasurer of the .
-- -- - -- '----- space :
The board discussed the group's Martin County Unit of the American ,-,
request briefly, but decided it Cancer Society, reports that
HIS and HERS SPORTSWEAR would have to cheek into the legality more than $9t()() in advance contributions ,
of any transaction before has already been received '
milking a decision It told the from contributors in the Hob 0 A
group's president, H J. Johnson, Sound area towards the 1964 Can
Are You Ready For Easter? to write the board a letter stating cer Drive, which starts officially
the groups Intentions in April.

We are offering our complete inventory would The board never indicated need or it use probably, the Alabama has 7XX !square miles

of famous Van Hcusen dress shirts property, and would look favor. of coal fields!!, enough to supplythe My Sincere Thanks and AppreciationTo
ably on the continuance of the U. S. at current rates for 175
(short and long sleeves sizes 14.111at
kindergarten years
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a discount of 20%.
All of Martin CountyFor

For the relaxing part of the long Easter NOTICEEXAMINATIONS

weekend we have large! selections of

Sport Coats by Michaels-Stern, Crick- Nominating Me Without Opposition to the House of Representativesof

eteers and other well known, quality
manufacturers. the State of FloridaALL

\Vc have just received a big shipment Will be held at 7:30: P.M. in the City Hall, 1 PROMISE IS TO CONTINUE TO DO MY

I I of Dacron-Wool slacks, fashioned by lub- City of Stuart, Florida, March 125,1964.
bard, in bright spring colors, sizes 3042.

For real comfort, you will certainly MASTER ELEC-

want to select a cool pair of Dacron-Cot- TRICIAN'S, JOURNEYMAN ELEC-

ton walk shorts and a pair of famous Cata- TRICIAN'S, MASTER PLUMBER'S,

Tina swimming trunks. or JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER'S Examination WILLIAM E. "BILL" OWENS

should make application on or

Relax and have.inn in the sun! before 5:00 P.M., March 20, 1964, in the
I office of the Building Inspector for the Martin County Member of/ the Florida House Representatives

961 S. Federal Hwy. AT 7-4687 City of Stuart. j (Paid Political Advertisement. )


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TUT STl' VRT (Florida) NEWS Thursday, March 12, 1964 1-B

; Tagging Program Proves _Mrs. Guy Cromwell Elected I

I Successful Along Coastal SectorThe President of Junior Club 1I

I "li''11'n of officers of Ihe dine, Mrs. W, J. Kun, and !Mist
bluefish tagging program I recaptures were made on I the ed hthe number ot recoveries 'ai' i \Vin.in\t ( tub of Stuart Jun-j Helen Kenn 5on. Winner ot the
i along the Honda East Coast from following dadt the same loca I Deuel thanked member ot t theluak l I ,'11 l "it i the nuilmg on Monday contest for the second consecutive
I Riviera Beach to Fort Pierce is lion-and one on the same day that Walton League tor their caning, Mirth 9 Officers elected year is Mrs. Ed Godlcwski,
roving most successful accord- the fish was released. Fairly heavy I assistance md asked that !they ling to David G. Dcucl of the fishing pressure h y commercialand iii President, Mrs (IIIV ('romwcll tival in West Palm Beach a n
S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries I sport fishermen was indicat local tagging ettorts ,> lirst lice president PlrRod March 25.
and Wildlife AJcrholell' ): second vice president, A rummage sale will be held on

Deuel reported to Charles Kindred Mrs lolcv Higcbrelscn; corre- Friday and Saturday, March 20
president of the Uauk Wal- Crook in Announcement on 14tr' ponding secretary' ), Mr, Mallory at the old AAP buildingMrs .
apn League here that as of March ., wll Johnson: recording secretary, Mrs William Hataway hat been
7. a total of 278 bluefish had been PositionThomas Mbcrl krueger: treasurer, Mm. appointed chairman of the tale
tagged and released Superintendent (:alvm Montgomery: senior sponsor Club members passed a motionto
Mn. Hugh/ liawn. accept t the executive board'
Of these! 212 were tagged by
,Ithe Sport Fisheries men, thirty- L. 'rook, incumbent ued since that time A ku writin: by" ''', Cromwell recommendation I to prepare and
,lux by Izaak Walton League members who has filed for re-election as'i': He is a member of the Department proem m .'hairmanIt: nreicnlcJ serve the installation luncheon for
and thirty by other sports superintendent of public instruction of County Superintendents, explaining the accomplish. the senior club women on April 12
fishermen. for Martin County, II a rest Honda Education Association and meats and functions of each le- Mrs Frank Zorn, presiding officer
Ten of the bluefish had been dent of Jensen Beach and lives the American Association ol School aK w. +tw strident during: the past year. The announced that the Florida
'recaptured by the end of the first with his wife, Ann, and their three I Administrators, First Presbyterian !MR. AM I :MRS Richard Welker enroll swung son Rickcv m \1"1 i iI National' Scholarship Club, tit departments t of the club dcscribtd Federation of omen's (lubi( convention
in children, ages sixteen, thirteen and Church American Legion in the skit were education, fine will be held in Jacksonville -
jVcck March and the I though Mrs Alma Cole
tags returned to the investigators 1 I'-i' years, at 33 Sunnyacres Road. I Jensen Beach Post, and member ; Iris.. American home, public of- on April 13'16.
Jensen Beach Lions Clubof --- -.--- -- fai.'ollih conservation, comer- A demonstration
He of TreadwcllHigh at large luncheon will
li t "We have learned a great deal is a graduate i ;..altl'n'of
about bluefish behavior," Deuel School, Memphis Tenn and I I which he was charter president, Pa., came here with her lute hus the First Methodist Church, serves i inn > natural resources" and he given for club members by Flor-
told Kindred received his B.S. and M.A. degrees I Crook staled, "I am seeking Mrs. Evans Is bund!, ,'. Earl (Doc) Evans. 'I I hexowmd I nlcrnationtil. nlfjirjMrs ida Power and light Company's
\ r from Mcphis State reelection because I am an educator and operated the del II All the building committee i schairman I Kl Uiillewski and Mn home service representative, MIDI
The fish went both north Umver\iIY'1
tagged Memphis. He has done with nearly fifteen years experience Lvans" sundries, formerly located of membership and I hen Dillon Ir modeled their outfits Belly Stewart, on Friday April 24,
and south down the coast, :
tures indicate They also "stuck recap- graduate study at the Universityof I I as a teacher, principaland Candidate For in the old Post; Office i Arcade CVlI1l1dll1and PriscilU| Circle of Is thai president church.of Sheis the I I which were entered in the Hostesses for the evening were

around"in the estuaries for two or Florida Gainesville He is certified school superintendent I have I She has been employed at a member of the Woman C'lubol sew. :mg contest Judges ol the.oniisi Mrs Larry Ankrom Mr Robert
three weeks At least two of the by the Stale Department of the qualifications and training required Job ty clerk'" at Ihe office of the "I'U'I Stuart and Is the trustee of the were Miss Martha Bur B ill/cr_and Mrs._I William Hdlaway_
by law, am fully certifiedby Registrar ,,,
Education holding a post graduate of Circuit Court which fund She i. also
building u mcnt-
certificate covering physical) the State of Florid and meet she resigned I! Friday il In order in i hcr of the Order of the LuskinSi ,
Enjoy the
FOR SALE education administration the standards recommended by Mrs Isabel I I..im. who filed run for the Democratic: nonunnlion : .ir. Unity (hiipter. Soroplimist Winter Season
ervision for grades one and111'1 the Southern Association for Accrediting lust week as II Democratic candidate I ( huh ol, Small, und the Business With a New "Do" from
Home located in He began his teaching Secondary Schools schools und tar suncrxisor' ol registration, Mrs I\,ins i is a graduate ol t ,11\.1 i \ Professional \\'oimn', C lub t
I have the
a teachcr-prinupul at the Jensen Colleges seen .
Sleepers liusmess School in (host
Stuart near Schools. Beach Elementary I School in 1944, I in this county grow and am interested has been a Stuart resident for thepast er, Fu, and a grtduale of Pierces = PARK PLAZA
a position which he held until he in continuing to work for fifteen years Business in An lfl'nlut' alumim/ed ny.Inn .r
J BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, was appointed principal of the the best education possible for the Mrs. Evans, a native of Chester, college Philadelphia and rubber spice suit weighs BEAUTY SALON
Stuart Elementary School (now boys and girls of Martin County Prior to her marriage, she was about twenty pounds and consists "
CENTRAL AIR CONDITION. Parker Elementary School). He I believe that I have the complete -- employed it the mini; office of nl 1 more than belt) puts( 317 W. OCEAN BLVD AT 7-J838

ING AND HEATING. COMPLETE was elected superintendent of pub understanding of each area of the 1-------" school diiPonls in Wilmington, 1X1, in CmMRi: GEORGIA: IIARmuCKOPFRV10RS
SPRINKLER SYSTEM lic instruction in 19S6 and began county) as to the educational teams and the accounting depailment Federal civilian )pujroll costs
serving in January 19S: was re-, needs I have worked closely with il consultants Mrs Finns is active in church I climlioil to alall lime high ol VHM\ TIIOMVS: BARBARA HUNTER
((CALL AT 7-0531 elected to this pobilionlIhout opposition i key. people in the various com I ) in all phasesof and civic affairs and I is a vcUr $IJ,3tKIKKKH' ( ( ) ( ( during the fiscal I -
in 1960 and has contin munitiev of the county as well as the educational program" an'i widow. She Is a member of/ year ended June 30.) .. RFCirnoMSTi BETTY IIARDWICK
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now under six

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tip" SCHOLARSHIP :,CLUB will pay :a large

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(flow does this Lducational Co-op work A Absolutely not! the principal saved always belong to Q !Sine Mholurshlp grant are available only for the 2nd, ____.__.__ I L
the swvtr and may be withdrawn at any time In the name 3rd, and 4lh. yean of college, how will the tint )'11I"'*
A'Ibis Educational: Co-op give financial assistance" to itt
manner a* any other laving account.Q collne expenses be paid For Additional Information Come in
member who attend college very much like the Blue or
Cross!) give ambiance to Its members who are hospital- May a member borrow again! the principal saved In A 1.he principal amount of money the member ha. laved Mail This Coupon To
/ed. hb account in hb Scholarship nub Saving Account: will be bin 'In :

A He may borrow against 'the principal amount M he may use for that purpose.
Q \\ho may become member borrow .
against any savings account.Q Q What restriction .art plated: upon the selection" of In*
A Any child under age 6. ). Can anyone sponsor a child for membership and forscholanhlp college: which the member may wkh 'to attend? OF S'rUAR'rDras'er

Q What b Hit difference betten I Scholarship Club benefits.
A You may acted any college, junior college or university 394
Savings Account and a regular savings account? A Certainly! any person, club, corporation or legally which I II accredited by one of till Regional Accrediting:

A None. Except: In II Scholarship Club Saving Accountthe coniililutcd body may ml aw 1 ruslee of Member Association II' published In the Educational Directory of Stuart, Florida

saver donates the earning from Ibis sat big* account to Q How don a paid-up member, qualify for II scholarship? Ihe United Slate Department of Health, Mutation and

the Trustee of the Scholarship Club Trust Fund to b* used A By attending an accredited college: and maintaining II W elf at. Name . . . . . . . .
exclusively for ncholanhlp for qualified member ('I heTrustee schountic avenge of grade "C" or better.
Q Are the savings protected from hm In ?
any way
of this Fund Stale law be a bank having
must by Q Where doc the money come: from for scholarship
trust powers) grants? A Absolutelyyour Scholarship) Club Savings Account Street . . . . . . . .

Q If a member fail to complete the program or withdraw A from the combined earnings (Interest and Dividend) in a participating bunk or taring and loan asNoclallon hi

from it, would he lone his savings of each and every member Having account. "insured by an agency: of Ihe United Slate Government. City t . . . . State . . .


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2-B THE STUART (Flu) NEWS! Thursday. March 12, 1964& Girl Scouts Mark The Brownies Junior at Troop a party entertainedthe held Chip Jordan Has Warfield PTA Hears Talk I Mrs. Bartlett!

; on the regular meeting day, Wednesday Birthday PartyAlton

52nd March I 11 I at the civic club. Not Candidate
BirthdayGirls Cakes made by the Junior Scouts (Chip) Jordan celebrated On Florida Boys SchoolThe

I INDIANTOWN NEWSlURBArU were served an refreshments. his sixteenth birthday Suturda)'.
Mr*. Florella Bartlell. who w .is
Seoul of America are The (adcttc nil Scouts are Feb 29 at the home of his par meeting of Warfield carried out the theme of Basic.

SN\DFR. Corr .pnndenl Phone S97-24/15 celebrating National Girl Scout currently working on their first ants, Mr. and Mrs George Jordan ent Teacher Association was I I the March winds. and! spring decoration chief clerk for the 'former tax c'."I.

I --- Week this week marking their aid and hiker badge T hee badge with a "coke and chip" I', encd Monday evening lector L. C. Kiekhter. ''rl1m stcmber ,,-

lifly, 'second birthday are preparing the girl for their party. by David Woolwine with the I The Easter vacation will be 1942 until his death I i

Donate Now To I Mie Brut Mrs ( .Hie, Wheeler Nel- To mart the week off all Girl weekend camping i'' i eAptrwnoe which i I.aicrm the evening the group to the flag. The devotion was March 27 through 30. 1961 and who serve I ,a. i I." "".
!Mrs Jean Hlankeiiship. Mrs including! Mr. and! Mrs Jordan 1
will take plate in the middle of Rev Lett
Boring Seoul were urged to attend the by The new committee on nominations lector from November l I9bl< IJ
da ( leiiicnls. Mrs Dorothy of their choice April Patrol leaders will take pan went to the Seminole Inn where Mr.
church on Sunday. I An interesting Lowther
Mrs. Joan Garret!. Mrs !\ program is: William Jan 7. 1961 j is not a tmdiii,
Ambulance DriveMarch I Ira Smith. Mrs Joyce Coon. Mrs March 8. in an all day! patrol leaden workshop II birthday cake was served and I given by Rev. Dixon I Callie Wheeler and Mr*. Chris
March She i issued the follow 51 ,
during I ng I
(,lIrrell. Mrs Mary 'ran-- T he Girl Scout cookie talc willcontinue "happy birthday" played by Her Honda Boys School in i ii Wilder.
Phyllis .
will he the month for Todd Mrs through March 14 The bee He stressed the need! for The next meeting will be heldon menu: "I I have been asked i., ,.,"
nard Sher. I
more Mrs Shirley A social' evening was i .
the Indiantown Amhulance Drive Helen Lowlhcr Mrs A. H. York. girls will be telling cookies doorto Lakers Unbeaten I preciation by children of the I I II April 6 when election of officers times in the past tew week ''I 1

and anyone wishing to donate may Mrs Prances Miller and Mrs door and from booths net up at In League Play enjoyed by the family and the I /tort of our modern home will take place were going; to he a i candlll..tl.i I,,i
McAllister various places in town following guests: Zella Taylor of I told of how !popular religious tax collector and when I |1.1.111",1"'

do so at Hall Hardware Bruce'sPure Dorothy Many Girl Scout and Result of the Stuart Janclte McAllister Jua- gram are among the 175 Sixth Graders on filing for the oil' c I 011'1'1 .

Oil Gas Station Hntnwny'ssulf I KI\UI\I'i HEAR 'I moms activities 1rojecl. game played. nclle Prevail (Diane Howard Donna the school He also described ate the confidence and well II ,"h i ,
| are purchase the week the Indianlown
during past in
( Station or Indiantown Drug S I last week being Teacher Appreciation of cookies. This year Camp Youth Basketball Leaguewere Snilih Janelle Clement. Nora II very modern hospital they Sing at FairThe of my many friend hui I I h., ..
The donation $
customary / lIi'a donation per I Week the kiwanis, C tub Welaka In Jupiter will benefit and : Royals 24 Hawks 14; Laker Mitchell Sieve Johnson Terry A business meeting followed I decided not to run lor tm h,'I II
for each. sixth grade pupil '
year family Wilkes Clifford Sanford combined
will he gratefully accepted I I had Max Thomas. principal of this make the camping advantages 14. Celtics 27; Celtics 31. Rochccharlie Tommy Halawav I McAllister. I Mrs Dorothy McAllister of Indiantown Warfield School I cal office at this mml,500Bail "
Warfield Elementary School a s of scouting available. to all Hawk 2<. ing Max Ihomas. school I
Mrs. Eli/.ahcth Parder Rob and Hohe Sound School tang at
I guest speaker l t their weekly l our girls ly) purchasing Girl Scout The five leading scorers in the ''pal. announced that the Martin Fair on Wednesday Set
i' Nulson the $
Stork Shower' honors County
cookies resident will he ment tests had been graded
luncheon. at Seminole' Inn helping league are: Hawk, Kicky Bar March I 11 I. under the direction -
,Mrs. Maxwell i Thomas spoke on the growth anticipated today girls grow into harry resourceful field 106, Paul Bicseckcr. 911: l IRE: CAMS I that parents who want to see of Mr. Marvin Keller

growth and the problems responsible young women Celtic.. Terry Mills. 84; I ukers;. children grades may call him school music teacher. On Arson Charge

On Thursday evening March confronting the schools in our Wade Rirnhill KO. and Royals, Teh. 27: Brush fire behind the an appointment county

"n. .i h"ihv shower was held at the I area On Monday March 2. I the Mike, (Gillian 77 Southern; Ol Station on First I Mrs Mary Bicseckcr The program emphasized national -

t firehouse in honor of !Mrs Ramona I Guests included Ronnie, V a n Brownie reviewed hilI they had The official league standings ) Street; Feb 28: Another fire behind chairman reported that the I, state and l local themes, and Ruchard Slarkcwcathci 'C\., nl
!Maxwell. I Fehru 1 the Southern Oil Station Fen I health Mrs Marie included our most t popular patriotic seven of Rio. is being held I I''
H >rlcn. Chicago. 111; Sheriff Roy learned during the month of including game through Tuesday ; ty nurse ballads and the
The Fire Department/ Au,ill- I Baker Clyde Courson Dr !Ira ary. Game were placed including : March 1 arc; Lakers, 10-0; Royals : !): Bowers (,rove brush fire; Feb Cullough now has a supply' songs and Fair Martin Circuit Court on a i ih# 11

unit were hostsscs to nineteen Williams i I ; Floyd Chuson: Jim Gar; Brownie* and Fairies Refreshment -' 1.5; Celtic. 4-ft; Hawks 210.I 29: Brush fire on First Street and Sahine vaccine and that special Martin County song of first degree! arsonStarkewenlher

women Those present were Mrs I vey and Fd Godlcwski. ad of Stuart were nerved by Mrs. : Jackson Avenue; Feb 29: Con can be inoculated if a note i is I is hemp h5I 11 i I

Martha Chalmness. Mrs ITiclmaHicbv and Robert DC Marccllus of Jackie licks mother of Karen The Civic Club. meets Monda) :1 trolled burning throughout t the to the nurse Mrs. McCullough Mr. and Mrs John Rhodes connection with the burnim. .,.1 I
March 9 at the clubhouse park doctors form for the celebrated their nineteenth wed trailer in Rio on Feb 2 Hit, h I
Mr. Billy Dkellra West Palm Beach Hicks evening
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first anniversary Sunday March .
--- -- ---- ----------- --------- ---- ---------- --- entering school for the ding was set at 11 .MM()()
third grade I J. It was also their daughter
Miss Agner' Robert F. Carter 'I'" -I ih,
: the room count. Third grade Gaily fifth birthday. A son, Timmy of Stuart was held to Circuit! ( ,,', ,I
was two years old Saturday
on a charge of lewd and I Ious I"", \
March 7. Mr Rhode i j. superintendent
NEWS: BRIEFSCivil at Minute Maid Groves. nudity in the presence .,''I
minor girl Bond I is set n s '
where they also: make their home
Defense first aid Both men were bound till 1 ,

IrT' will start at the civic club Mr and Mrs. Paul Jones of preliminary hearings last it", .I. I ICounly

r. March 17 at 8 p.m. We look State Road 710/ spent the weekend Judge Evan ('ran J li I

a good turn-out in Key West

ALL A choir rehearsal will he Paul Biesccker celebrated his i i . .

al Holy Cross Church twelfth birthday on Monday.

JI i: ui 8 p.m. The choir is new March 2.

members. Home Loan
seeking Mr. Ethel Davenport Castle- Talksby

i Thursday March 5. (grande. proofreader at the Indian-

+ ilk Brown of Palm City Printing Company. J Is back

ter of Mrs Frances Tillis work after being hospitalized don lierohl

town. celebrated her fifth recently

ut the home of her
day Mr and Mrs Gerald Chalm-
Mn. D. A.
on State Road 76 and family are now residing nits( urdll10t Lc
M aM 370 Indian Mound Drive

BACK HJe: Women* Church Altar will Society hold r. Mr. and Mrs Quentin Varnes h rr

St. Lucie Acres became t the
monthly meeting Thursday to
of >,
parent a seven-pound, two J
12 at 8 All women of
pm Feh 28 born the )?
son on at t ke
parish are invited to attend
Park Hospital Two and one-

Willard M Rhode, chief half-year-old Susan now his p

Cl', +J4Is 1 1t chinist mate USN son of brother Norman Stewart Verne.

Anniclee Rhodes of
Mrs. Mae Betty her son Eddie,
i i is serving aboard the '
and his fiance Miss Terry Picardy. i ryNttjFDUtaION
warfare aircraft carrier, USS
A MARTIN COUNTYCANDIDATE nmgton. which departed Feb all from Syosset, Long Island N. ,
A Y few
for a six-month* Western are spending a days
Mr. and Mrs Karl Gerhards

Mr. and Mrs. Russell/ Thomas First: Federal of
Y{ Mrs. Elizabeth Parker and
ert Neilson of Ulamorada New Lexington Ohio parents

.v dinner guest of Mr and Max Thomas. principal of War-
ew'' George E. Jordan at the School are upending a couple I' Vero Beach plan
weeks with their
son and his
Inn having been weekend
family Mr. and Mrs Harold Sil loan

Mrs Carrie Caveny has of Pittsburgh Pa.. were over payments

to her hone after being night.&I.II"I-,.hrr rem '
1. 9e FOR THE in Okeechobec She wishes Mrs Thomas parents lWe'1 t to fit'yoU

r : think, her many friends for Mrs. U. L Wtiile of :

remembrances while confined and Mrs. Ivan Fry Bell Foun
tr"I Ohio; Mr and Mrs Ellis. In- The "pi.m" for your loan ,r'11 i

Mrs. Annie Lu Rhodes is Lake Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. your home is all"important I II

y residing with her son John Swackhammcr. New Lexington should provide a schedule "I I
family after an extended visit Ohio who
are staying monthly repun1enlhv vo' Ih II

Georgia Seminole Inn you can "t.I..e"t \v'ihout undue I /
IhAl1L: .il); tcl'rltlcwlaT
STATE E Mr. and Mrs Leon Yeilding
itut ( IH<"i ir col HP ox- Mr. and! Mrs. Elliott I Lloyd
MSIII JIIMIItl. I'UK I IT The time to plan is 10 advm.
'i Sn FOR HTIM ( > !\ Okeechohce were dinner guests
rsm OKFionin* the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl and the plan should have a i lot l ,.1'1
IS I llt\('.:H11.. 3aT. thought
U W, oimiHON. a* Tru. > Snyder Jr on Tuesday evening
: lee i ) 3.
? Plaintiff I First Federal of Vero Beach ii,II

vI nBnRUM.RUM J. t'AnIUSY'. Mr and Mrs John Crook and give you a payment schedule s.u'

lOt ai, baby, formerly of Avon Park, arc can take. in your stride The\ stitl,

t tlpfondantn.NOTI'Ft OF MPM.Ml.M .) residing at St. Lucie Acres. you /to "enjoy" the reduction ,of,
I q qr ,.'rl-HII: HUH rtr. Crook I is associated with Wil- loan
Notion In hrvuy imf that lamj Grove. your not to worry about II
leralirnoit ac Spatial' Mimtxr
der I and! hy virtue of the Fine{ : Furthermore they'II 1'111 ,
.. ,
r of ror* 'Inniiro lirrrtnrnr Back in July /1766
SENATE rroil In that certain cause feeling of security about sow' '
III the ('Ir"lIlt Court of th litiomng device called a 'ventili-. home because
look the
they nIt'
ullrlal I Circuit of Florida In was advertised It consisted of
fur Marlln County In (l'heseery location of ..
... window-enclosed the property us \ tin'
+ UK ('han '* 5' ( ** Na ttIn containing
I. W Orrlnnn aa Trtlftt. la bellow* operated by slaves. title, etc This is for their own frp.
tier and Grant Kirkham and J .
tection but it
uh Klrkham hla .. Iff. J. P also helps pn uFirst .1 1
Gerald. and Louise H. Fllae.rald you
wife. T M. l.cnard and .' *
JACK WILLIAMSON Ioenard, hl> wife and U H BEER WINE
ml Ruth Prlni., hla wife rt'.r: Federal gives you the pro'' ':'
'pndnnta' I, aa Kporlal lege of making
.h'.rr' appointed by the (' a largerIhanuuulpayment
In "Hid d cri>.. under and by vlr on your loan at any turn
nr the tcrrnn thi-rcof will offer
nip and wall!! at public outcry and! thus reduce your ultimate ,ntercst -
the highest and bent blddrr for LIQUORSFree t costs
.it the Northw front dine of
Hirtboima of Martin County In
the '
City of HI mrt Hurlda on
March It .4, b n
r.r of tl'kn) : ,o kt..t ta':
4:00: rlock\ P M.. the acme .. Ice Cubes "elnp hem see Iniur.d u" to tlO.DM
by 1b. Federal Savlnt.' and Loaa meantie.
e i I<'a-nl coon i ilnr and the
the legal hour of ease, the ... ,,, Corporation You ..., start at ant
JACK H. nlprcnta of sold pffrndanta In DIALAT7 anm with ..r .mau..' sad edit amtemmt
and d .t one Shoe
to that certain aniwrmrnt .
nratlon of trimt dated .......
.3. KD. brlna- a truM for t (Copyrighted 1964)&)
certain premisee i Hlnit, and helot. I
Hriln County. Florida ..'
.* follow., towltlRetln |

at a point one (1) I WANTA
South of the Hoiithwrat ''',
of Unvermnent Lot 4 I
tl, Tooniihlp 17 Honth. t1H COMFORTABLE
41 raatl thence aaat and parallel
\ to the South line of .. MORTGAGE?
lovernment toOt 4 to the ..
of the Atlantic Ocean h.
Moiitheamerlv meanderlnr th Iffundhrotayer a ..ort.... Ian to
WILLIAMSONIN water of the Atlantic Impro.. your .
to a point which tl S.*. ..haln.North ''olk to Fl Fode..1 of V.cen ahe.am..
1100FREE .. mer
.f the alnuth tin. or II. It all In comlorubla.
floes U Tnwn.hlp 17 ,uth.lI.n" monthly ln.tallm.nti R...oa.bl* la
42 Jou' as m.a.ur.4 ml new.
rlll'ht anglee thereto: .
\\ert the Houth on a line line of parallel aid "".. Phones Vero Beach JO 2-2373
IS and Section 14 tit the .t..r.nf
the Indian ;
Nnrthwvterlv me..nd..Hn* th
waters of the Indlnn Silver DELIVERY
a point due went of the
.t b.clnnlntt: tbenee Get FIRST EEDERAL
the nolnt of nevlnnlnir.

In Koutll Sect. Rants 4t. RuWin rpSee-. SAVINGS & LOAN
; ; ;
THE 33rd DISTRICT tlm tf TownuMp South. :
bongo 41 Ea: >t. Together.
all riparian right HOLIDAY OF
Sobjeet to public road rlrttofway .
.. deacrlbed In ... Z045& 14th& Ave Dial JO 2-2373
Warrant Deed dated November
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY : I*, Its, filed January gl: Vtro Beach, Florida
'ST and recorded .In Deed
}s. r... It'll MArlin County Free Parting on 15lh Avenue
Florida publlo rxord
OURS, 9 to 3 daily, except W' *
Th. acid Intereata In aald.
u aforesaid being old to af5day, 9 to 12. Open 5 to 7 Fri

MAY 5th Bald da.r.wo.vTRD tblf' flea. day of Ft* day evening Closed AU Pay

any> 11 Saturday.
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'BARt' CRABT fRUT "Where. CnMomen Send Their
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT A7tlornneYs fop Plaintiff Friend. .

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4-B THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thurula, March 12, 196-a ,, n. r' 17 r

---_ -- -_-.--.-_-.-----...-.. .,. ,..)t. II 27 Yachts Record

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I Marina
At Langford

***mtv* *mmm *fiim Hif**>mtMi'i'' in w- >
Plan St. Patrick's Party r ,\" unprecedented number of I Queen; Bee;' .Joseph P K I _,
\.chis ant their owners were Charleston. S c.: Bcttv G," q.,,II.,, 1
guests it t the angford I Manna I Gtllman, Great Neck. N. Y 'I","k
At Keith Home t Jann," Mr. and Mrs. Robert .
on SaturdayA + Ina- pt week, A total of twenty II""
1 K,eii Men from Florida), tied upI kdfscr, Pelham Manor N. y
4t the. marina do.ks. according toDeKkmaMcr I I "Blue Mist II,"' William, \
St Patrick dinner will P. Nelson
part |1M. t Kirk Schwarz Jr? Pelham Manor s
he held Saturday at 6:10 p.m. al Door will i I I IK ,wards d ,) ; in Y.; "Tali man," E. H Saie \_',,.
Frances Keith's home by the Soroptmust olifllhe 1, s The twcnix seven >achts arc .
I evening Then vil i land, Ohio; "Man-U War;' M ,
t Club of Stuart accord. be Irish 'songs and for dress /> iddilion to many which came in alvin Sandison, Atlanta
to Mrs Edna Wolf, club i. r and lefl the same day. after their 1"Id ?"
ing president wearing of the Green "\\ Goose II, Mr andh
su jwners, had dined at Francednlford'
The committee in charge ncltidei, a restaurant Charlie Wilson I Dwell. M I.,,,
A hospitality hour will be held Mrs Horctta Bartlett Mrs Keith I- The/ s'ChantiJeer Outrigger: ." I 12a-f+wt "Et "elh III," Mr\ and Mrs J K" ,11?;
from 6:30: to 7:30: followed by a Mrs Janet I ucdcr. Mr Louis owned Mr. and Mrs !| M Nichols, Sea I Island, Ga : l h..".
buffet dinner Miller, Mrs Zola Swarlhout Mrs v yacht by also returned hernia;"'.Mr. and Mrs, E. \\'. Hu-
Proceeds will, go to the clubs Wolf Mrs. Emma Wcrnchurg and I a t'F this Ralph week Evmriulc.to be on hand when its kill Middletown Del
project for underprivileged children Mrs. Andrew D BcrkesAlrsJoseph w at sY returned from a two-week New arrivals at Langford \ iI.|
of Martin County Reserva a owners las include Mr and Mrs Fred 1.
eons may be mud with Mrs. Pellrod Irip Yachts to and owners from FlorIda Miles, Myrtle Beach, S. l.. \r|
+ I I.mom lust week include and Mrs W. A. Dickinson! I It .
Elected registering
Secretary N C
the Miss, Budeiser;" owned by
Chit clrattcrs Lunch Dr and Mrs H. A .
Of WSCS DistrictThe Mr and Mrs August Busch of Nelson Ht
mus Point N Y. Messrs ,
rt' : WilunKPrcmaza |
At y Tampa and St Louis, Mo
OutriggerA annual West Palm Beachdi Others are "Nonaym IV" Mr Weiss and Sinumnsj| :
lrict meeting of the Women'* aw and Mrs N. Marshall Seeburg bourne Mr. and Mrs W A. DiUmson .
luncheon party was held by Society of Christian Service was t Palm Beach: "Double L." Mr Sr, Grovcland
the ladies' Chit-Chat Club of Stuart held March 6 at the First Methodist and !Mrs Robert Kloeppcl. and Harry E. Larson Quegue. \
Trailer Town at the Outrigger t Church in West Palm Beach ; .. Mr. and Mrs Norman Heggic. Y.: Mr and Mrs R. 1 I.. feniplm.
Restaurant, Jensen Beach, on Mrs Joseph Pcnrod president : : qir a 5 Jacksonville Detroit, Dr R. W Hahn and
Thursday March 5. The ladies of the Woman's Society of t the 't Zi: ,, I I "Alibi II," Mr and Mrs. Thomas party' Jacksonville: Mr and Mrs.
meet every Monday afternoon at First Methodist Church of Stu D. Gibbons, Pompano Beach; Paul Blackwood, Men,, ha. flirt .
the clubhouse in the park,, art was elected district recording University of Florida," Norman Dr and Mrs. Robert Mehl Ash
Pre'Cntere: Mn, Alice Chnil'lei secretary TOOL) AM GARDENS AT KINS\LK: 1O BE !SCENE: Ol !tit-RING: 1 IISIIVAL: ON SATURDAY !1VURCII 21 Ruhnke Photo Bourke Gainesville, Da.Lite IV," land, Ohio.
Mrs Julia \Vccks. Mn. Maude 1 he local Woman Society i is Mr. and Mrs Chester C Cooley iMFNpAI.
Combs, Mrs. Ann Jarrett, Mrs one of the outstanding societies of Annual Hvcnt at Kinsale on Saturday, March 21 Sarasota : IIM1; :III f.KOLP;
Lou Gcrngross, Mrs. Viola Budd, the West Palm Beach district and "Millie J.;' Mr and Mrs Beaumont TO IIEAR COUNSELORS! :
Mrs. Justine Tucker, Mrs Minnie wan awarded a nhhon of merit in Davison, Riviera Beach, 'Fly Martin County Mental
Staples, Mrs Ann Wightman, Mri. enrichment, education and endeavor ing G IV," Mr and Mrs Mono Association will meet Thursda\Health
Mary Limbcn, Mrs,. Emma Ternpleton Another distinction for the local I Spring Festival- Tea Fashion Show Set V. Gimma, Palm Beach; 'Kay- March 12 at noon at Sunrise Inn..
Mn. Elsie Gross, Mri society i is the fact that its attendance Bob 11//." Dr and Mrs, Robert Guest t speakers will be the gUld.
Pearl Ford. Mrs. Ann Burgess at the conference outnumbered H C. Sm>th. Vero Beach, 'Kittiwuke ancc counselors from the
Mrs. Mary Snyder, Mrs l.ou Boeltcr that of any of the other I A colorful 'spring festival, set Members the Men's Garden the various committee's are: and Mrs William Wallers Easter ;' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony and senior high !schools. junior
Mrs, Alia Fulton. Mrs. Mil fifty societies that make the Club of Stuart have ; Jr, Atlantic Beach
up amidst I garden in full bloom at Priming and invitations\, Mrs surprise, Mrs Wallace Matthews ----
dred Mrs Davis Sadie, McCormack Mrs Helen Miller and West Palm Beach district Kin\nle, the Port Sewall estate of their services us monitors and Grant Chamberlain; publicity, Mn and Mrs. V, R McElvain I Pink Out-of-Male yachts and "owners, T u'LeyIlvctock/ populition

was Guest Dr Vela speaker Cleveland for the missionary meeting Mrs. James E. Kiernart (Patricia money-men 100 will bo represented The Committee; to of Amslie Roland Mcrrcll, tickets, Mrs Pavilion" sales: boutique,, Mrs include, Mm"MI. Fnocnr s Confusion A. Sinilh., MranI Accomuc totals about 76.()MM()().000 headHARVEY'S.
present Y Sawyer traffic -- -
K. -
to India She her workin Murphy), will be held Saturday, a si/able donation i t Mrs Warren O;, control George Jones, Perkins and Mrs : Va "Hart; \vi' ;C 11,'' JD -
Professional the Ellen T.PCowen March 21 by the Garden Club of antplsln; George gourmet r Mrs R and BozmanMd ,
Darby party
Senior hostesses and a group ol/ ers. Mrs Wesley B. Foss Ashley Arbogast and Mrs Bruce ,
Hospital Kolar, India Stuart, Inc. The tea, from 2 to 5p hostesses Edward E. ., 'Mi-Toi II. William B. Gra
Hearing Aid Service /junior wearing pink Bohncr; hostesses, Mrs Spraktics: tabcbuia, Mrs. Robert
benefit of the club'amajor
Other included m will one ham and Richmond, Va.
guests attending party
printed dresses! will receive I h e Hugh Willoughhy and Mrs Donald II Kostcr, finance Mrs. DennisS
Dr W Blackburn prjeCIIhe hcaulification Watncx III:" R. P. McGee,
JAY A. BYRNE, Henry acting 0 Kelly '
guests : gate prizes Mrs. Thomas Hudson Sr,, acknowledgments.
district ntcnden of U S. I through Stuart New Bedford, Mass. Carolu,
Mrs Dav ;
super ;
1 hurlo .
Certified Hearing Aid The event is open to the public : t I:1.: : Mrs William Mrs. L. Kenneth Merrill; monitorsMen's .
id K. Thurmond, Woman's Society A of fashions Colonel and Mrs. Leon Mandel,
howing elegant ( Armor and Mrs.
Tickets are available from the Harry Swingle- Garden Club: special gifts, SERUto
AudlolngLst conference president. and Mrs from Sara f red ricb of Worth hurst l Mrs. Chicago, "Chance II, Herbert
; C Mrs R
members of the Garden C luh. at pates Ray Friel Cecil Johns
Specialists in Quality Hearing Karl Stonehurner, conference recording Avenue in Palm Beach will be part Patricia Marden Reading, Ma\\.; "Hero J;:(
Aids secretary of the festivities around the pool) Murphy's Candlelight Restaurant II,"' J. W Palmer Suffield, Conn.: V
Batteries, Ear Molds and and at Bahia Mar in Fort I "Ba-Bay II," Mr and Mrs. M
and cabana Boutique gate I
Repair of All Makes. Laude-rdale, and at the gale on Fiftieth Anniversary Staged \J
New York City spent $10000-()())( met Hems, us well as a flower mar March 21. H. Felterold, Philadelphia:.. __
107 Atlantic Av*., IX pin 000) to improve the neighborhood ket, will be found in a gaily-dec! ,I
(Opposite St. Lucle Bank) of U N, headquarters which wasa orated "pink pavilion. Outstanding Carts with drivers will be avail At Atlantic Court Apartments I c:r.u AIMAYr
HOwird 1-3035 slum and slaughterhouse before I prizes have been donated by I able for the convenience of the PAINTING
I the world organisation i moved Stuurt business firms guests and it is suggested that t
_! .' in _._------ ._--- ladies who wish to tour the gardens Mr and Mrs Ora A Avery, The Averyi have one son Ora I INTERIORS; & I CITIES SERVICE
and greenhouses wear shoes I Three Rivers, Mich., held open I I G, Tucson, Ariz., a daughter Mrs
I comfortable for walking. house at the Atlantic Court Apartment James Davis, Craig, Cole. and EXTERIORSCall.
Approximately 100 members of I Wednesday evening, March four grandchildrenPIRIVIMvLLs"pRIY. U.S. ll"y. 1 and Palm City Rd.
YOUR VOTE FOR I the Garden Club are working enthusiastically 4, to celebrate their fiftieth wed I AT 7-0077
to make this an outstanding ding anniversary Jupiter IslandPAINTERS
success for the much- The I solarium was decorated The Periwinkles will have a card
needed landscaping if the now with chrysanthemums, crotons party and dessert luncheon at I & Free Pick Up
four-luning of U. S I I. and to : dsl'i; arrangements p.m. on Thursday' March 19 at I
show their appreciation of Mrs. The wedding cake was flanked the Masonic Temple on Osccola I A l Delivery/
SENATOR Kicrnan's graciousncss. with vases of yellow roses and Street Member are asked to bring
According to the president Mrs backed by a pyramid of rosesM their own cards or material for 8 a.m. until 11 p.m.
John W. tlusscy! and the !prmmi I | re. Avery wore a blue and whatever games they wish to play ('L\lH; R, MrGIE: Owner l l F
chairman, Mrs Pickett L Warren while silk print dress with' blue f'or reservations, ''phone Mrs A-1-A. IIOBE SOUND; FLA.;:: :
I the chairmen and co-chairmen of jacket, and her corsage was white Dempster AT 7-0127 or Mn Higgms Dial W6-4841 i J OPEN 6 AM-'Til 12PM- I
I carnations and orange blossoms at 287'4980 7 I IYS A \\H.K
------ \
r IRLO BRONSONWILL I Receiving the guests with t the I --
Avcrys were his brother and sister1.
Salon/ Aof in-law, Mr. and Mrs Guy T Avery -

r Chicago, III.
Mrs A W. Ferguson Willough-!! Compact Equipment
KEEP MARTIN COUNTY PEOPLE by Ohio, poured tea and Mrs
'rrrBeauty Frank Smith Allentown. N J.,

PROPERLY REPRESENTED IN THE SENATE poured presided coffee.at Miss the guest Winifred t book Ashley Increases Efficiency

Dr. Hollis Potter, a gue tU
greeted by many friends who in
years past t enjoyed boat trips with .
+ a him on the Ringlmg l Isles." .and Saves > j' "
Ry l D ,
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BEAUTY CAREVIRG1MA Dual Anniversary Costly Space

Is Celebrated! ,.

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+ Mr and Mrs. Warren Speed and 'r a
t: r. By Mr. and Mrs George Kraft Hobo
w Hills Estates, celebrated 1 their I
?> : MNNK: ; Owner wedding anniversaries at Seymour's

<< w 'j t3d I Operators Inn Jensen Beach, on Saturday. 1 1I I
t 'tit ja IR\NCKS: RHmiSII March 7. The Speeds have been

I NE'rllE. ; ('RIM\tLL married forty-two years, and the
Krafts forCnly.lwo( years Mrs
tl Kralt is the daughter of Mr and

t ; ; ,,. Now Featuring Mrs Speed
tt Mr. and Mrs. Kraft were mar J
pt Pedicures ried on the Speeds, twentieth anniversary ,
-- .. .
t} 'Relaxing Facials'VT. Guests were Mr and Mrs. : -

George .Kenipf and son Tom, ., :.',7.

\ ARE NOW OPEN: Bruce Kraft hinds I Goodnight, ; < 1> '
I Steven Kraft James Kraft Mr.
and Mrs Henr> Hotfman Mrs f ,t'I. t,
304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536 Adele Mnrrcll and! Mr and Mn.
H irold I Ziclian I_ong Island,_N:.Y:: I. """'" ..x ,
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One of the most. respected members of the Florida. Senate C r. -

Serving Florida 10 years in The !House, 12 }'curs in Senate SHOE STORE SOUfhern'i\Bell
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STUART (Fte) '/ .M during which the student I is evaluated ,
", March 12. 1CIIVMBLR 196 to ace what area of work will
PORT SALERNO NEWS he best Milled to his talent. After

10 1MHT: that comes thirteen weeks of in
!MRS ICKY PROSE, Correspondent AT .208S tensive work and training in order
The Chamber of Commerce will I to see If the student may 'he placed
meet Thursday evening at 8 pm tit a job If not he may be sent! tithe ;,
at the firehoudc All members arc sheltered workshop The slid a RI
urged to be present 1 here ia nice Pioneer School Is SubjectOf tvred workshop is for IhOun..

new sign down town showing: the able to work on jobs. due to sever .
location of the Chamber of Com handicaps Radtke works with fvc r y
nicrcc PTA's March Program students at a time and explained .1 r

that they are trying to !set up\ a i ( k g j f
PRE-SCIIOOL ROUNDUP SEt Port Salerno Elementary Sthoo il praised! them for their special In. shop to work on saleable Items

A preschool clinic will he held Parent Teacher Association! m(I I crest in the children. to support the workshop Therein
March 19 at :the Southern Methodist Thursday evening at the nchoocafclormm ,I I much need for equipment anv .
The Pioneer School Is full. \ '
Church This will he for children with Mary Brown prc thing of a tool nature, typewriter r ; + t tk
who will he six on or before siding Mrs Brown commented on''I fledged/ school, with two>> rooms and sewing machines If anonedonates s r

Jan. I I. 1965. There will be a tea the help received from everyone. and two teachers, which services these! items, they ma) he ,
in the school cufcMoriuni at 12 ,n which made the fish fry a success, twenty.four students from a I II l Claimed as tax-deductfhles st a N'l

p.m. for mothers and new pupils. Mrs Peggy Oshorn presented areas. Remedial reading: spelling' \
who may then make a tour of the the revised bylaws, \\h"herl t handwriting, arithmetic I nodal 1
school accepted and are available to any) studies and science are taught Safety Hats t
--- -- member. 'I I here were nice art displays that _
the children had made ,
Principal Peterson announced,I ii
that I t the schoolgrounds/ will: he Mrs Bond spoke highly of trie Are Featured 4 :
I paved during the Easter vacation' Martin County Association for ,
M++ which will be March 27-10 Retarded Children which abated Safety was the keynote of the
I Room mothers are planning the the school to handle children who Iarch,5 meeting of the Home I i
need special attention : "
Caster parties on March 26. so ahem Demonstration Association held at ii
get confidence to move the civte center i
The nominating committee, consisting Children: are accepted by I com I ---
I of Mrs Josephine Shelton, mitten composed of Mrs Bond, Several women wore hats which 011Y) T lit PIRATE, extreme right/;: mascot; of the Hobby Club :; ehiwettst Theresa KiUmgcr. Helen hS'iMoteJ Newhome, Pat

MM June Bennett and Mrs. Madehne Principal Peterson, Mrs BMHtrt, they decorated according to the Pirates Cove, "po\4t8" with members from nine states Includedin Barber and Florence Wood Michigan; Ella Van Duzce Minnesota

I following I:,i Pedersen slate, Vice, presented president Mrs(he and Mrs Cushwa. Martin County spfeiy. One rule hat they was wished decorated to emphaalze with- the picture are: Ruth Borden, California; Ida Brooks and ; Ida Atherholt, Pennsylvania: Irene! Barker Illinois. and

Betty Rogers: secretary, Mrs II-' mental health admission worker Parents for matches to point out the hazard Dorothy Pohl, New Yotk, Mary Tingley. Helen Martin Row May Eaton, Helen Bush and Ruth lricksor>, Pirates Cove.
must 1 their
len Low, and treasurer, MM Joel'hine children.request of playing with fire Another tint Wright, and Lit Lockwood, NeW Jersey: Helen Erickson, Massa.I .
Shelton. The office of was decorated with scissors, and
On the samelnd, at Fifth
president is Mill vacant Nominations another with knives, showing how
from the floor will he heard Street. in the old Salerno School dangerous/ they could be. Another I libiscus Park Group Promptly,, at 10:10. a divan gaily his wife Mr and Mrs B. Me- CltARttK: IS ISSUED
building there is the Pioneer Occupationil
ut the April meeting Center, which in fi.> hat was covered With pennies and Plain! April DinnerThe bedecked boats. with costumed pirates I Namara, who have been residing Secretary of Slate Tom Adams,

Msr Fritz's second grade won nil need by other sources and haft buttons bringing out the danger set sail from the Pirate'sCove at Singer Island' for the Winter. Tallahassee! ., announced the chartering
Our Of dock.
Recipe children these articlesIII Upon arrival, barbecue
the room count. a hoard of directors This In I op their\ putting. I rcgdtaf monthly meeting of the She was entertained with supper *t Stuart Travel Service,
mouths set to
For Reauty Thirteen member are planning arate entity from the Pioneer' the Hibiscus Park Civic Association grill lunch.was The up afternoon prepare fun at the North Palm Bench Country I Inc, 209 West Ocean Boulevard
to attend the District Conferenceto School and Is headed by Ray One hat had toweling on it to was held March 3 at the picnic Included the of j Club 100 shares of common at $50 a
Ingredients: You, plus our be held at the Track-winds Res Radtke. This school Is open to all represent the danger of rug skidding community room of the First National awarding! in prizes, share" incoTporators being Stan
Another woman had her games and j IhIlina.ten charge Nelson Monroe was host to his ky Smith and Mary L. Smith/ Stuart
know-how Mix: Finest products taurant on March 16 handicapped people over sixteen Bank of Stuart with a large of -
I hat covered with arrangements were HarryBrooks friend, Irving Powers from West"
and equipment Add: A : The feature of the evening was years of age!, as well as school l brooms to illuKratc little pads and attendance James Wright. Dan Wood, field, N Y Powers has be! safety 0 n F. Dugan Boca Raton
dish of our taste and originality an explanation of the program of dropouts. The Division of Vocational lairs Still another was covered The association decided to have George Robinson, Pierre Cnpe spending the winter at Mount Dora
and in minutes, there a the Pioneer School Mrs Peggy Rehabilitation supplies funds with electric cord a spaghetti/ dinner at the Coral and Jack Bush.Thursday .
lovelier youl! Bond guidance counselor intro For students to attend the programThere to pointout Gardens Bowing Lanes on April friends will he happy to learn Upper New York and Vermontfamilies
hazards of
duced the teachers. Miss I Ella: Bur is a four week diagnosis Improper elec. 5. Sal Masullo j is chairman of the nights potluck sup !Mrs Alfred Allman is recuperating tap about six million maple
ken and A I'lie," Ad e I e Sol t h a, ..ft.1.... p ro gra m and I a series "n', 'rlnl,..a I job e, tric Women wiring. affair, which will be held to raise per was attended by fifty-five and in Martin Memorial Hospital trees for the annual sup harvest
FashionetteBEAUTY leas showing off these inecn-: funds to he used for beautification was followed by an evening of where she underwent surgery lustweek
hats ,
were: Mrs Florence l Bui
I lard, Mrs June Erhardu Mrs A. of the entrance to the Jork. games. .

SALON INTERIORS PLANNEDFor Mumford, Mrs. Betty Benson, Mrs Thomas Mrs August Hemenway Thornqulst and, Mrs: The members' of hilt ; activities :i (Congratulations to Harvey and I AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE I
D Richner, Mrs. Frna Split!, Mrs committee are lock- Josephine/ Shelton who celebrateda
605 COLORADO AVENUE I Agnes Jenks and Mrs. Zilla New- George McDonald were named to wood Hazel Sanders, Rickie Robinson wedding anniversary last weekf .
collect funds for the Red Cross _
You To Grace Dcsmurais, Hazel
inThe 1
STUART, FLORIDA drive Dean, Elizabeth
members were also busy McLean, Rose
Open Mon thru Sat. Reflect Your Taste with plans for their food booth The the members expressed pleasurewith Wright and Florence Wood .1. 4t PINES
new street lights Ava-
I at the fair this week "J.
7:30 5:30 CALL grounds Ion Street and the paving of Nor Friday afternoon was the third .; 1
: a.m. Mrs Hicl I for EVERYONENO
: p.m Garden J Ray representing! the mandy Street The winner of the annual hobby show.tany! love. ..J;. ... Stand Tall
MARIE WITS, Owner She was guest speaker tablecloth that had been ntade by ly articles were displayed as Veil

ANN IIURLBUT, Operator The Steele'sHohe raise spoke money on for several flowers projects and treesto to Mrs D. Moglia, was A. Biehl as amusing ones. to over 200guests ( ( ,, l In Florida
President McDonald stated Hibiscus .
Phone 287.4999 Sound, Fla. 546.4881HOUSEWARES when beautify it is completed.the federal highway Park now has house numbers 'I. t, Future!

'instead of a route number, CIVIC ASSN. !MEETS --------- -
Hostesses for the Ethel -
day were
Austin: and Naomi Hauscnbauer: which is an improvement becauseit Port Salerno Civic Associationmet -
is more permanent McDonald NEEDCLEANED
at the civic center Thursday
has a map of the area and residentsmay I
Pioneer Club get their house numbers from evening

Holds Party him, or County Engineer Fred Discussion centered around thequestion 1ROOf'S
Bell if they have not already done of purchasing a new hot I TURNDOWNSWANT
Many so. water heater for the center Kit CllfcMlCAl: ANDI
guests enjoyed themselves
the question was tabled to a later
it the card party held by) the Pio\ PRESSURE CLEANED:
veer Club on Wednesday March PIR\fE'S UW NEWS ANDWL! PAINTED
4, at the clubhouse. I The grounds committee will soon
GALORE the day was Mrs Anton Hostess Mciglcr for Recent guests included Mr. and be busy improving the lawn by Call TO KNOW MORF
Mrs rank Benlz ENmere N Y.: CALL
Those Mrs Elliott fertilizing and cutting grass. and NOW
attending were:
I Rice Mrs. Miss Rorghild Sptltz Mrs Ruth the docks committee will be attending Jupiter IslandPAINTERS
Anthony Victor Neururer and Mrs, Rose Diy, Mil
to various, repairs
Mrs. Edwin .
A. Godfrey Mrs waiikee Wit.
Miss Hilda A.
New Westinghouse Charles Conrad Mrs Walter I Stein tarKomlale. III; Mrs Wal- & ReardonINSURANCE
Pnms! Mrs Wilbert Carr Mrs
lice Knrrakcr Jonesboro. /III Mr.
Margaret Kahn Mrs Rctta Hale and Mrs. H. C Helen has DECORATORS
Sauser Akron Meyer been
Cooks complete meals plugs in COFFEEMAKER Mrs Mrs.
anywhere J Amy Rodcnbaugh J.
Ohio; J. D. Douglas and Cecil spending the winter months with AGENCY
H. Whitfield, Mrs U H. Flana- Quick, Caminduigua N. Y.; Mr her family the A. !Meyers on Fifth CLiDE R. McGEE, Owner
WESTINGHOUSECUSTOM pin, Mrs' : George Fritz, Mrs TV : and Mrs Robert Rieches. Milford.III. Street V-l-A 1 IIOBL SOUND, HA. AT 7.3262
Cook Mrs, W. Bootman
Mrs .; Mr. and Mrs Ray Frederick I
ROASTER OVEN Roy Decker, Mrs James Brown Pontiac III.; Mr and Mrs H. T. Mrs. Clarence Wilbert spent the I Dial 546 4841 KRUEGER BLDG., STUART
tlrs. L C. Trowbridge. Mrs Olden, Fairhavcn Mass/ t Miss Sue weekend with her brother and\
George Holden Mrs Jack Valentine Raymond Sheboygan, Wis.; Allan I! -- -- -- -.

Mrs H. Hecky Sr.. Mrs. Wil- Jurss. Watikeiha Wis.; and Mr I
liam Reidenbakcr, Mrs. Lou I I. and Mrs Edward VVercs
Philadelphia -
lumfolu. Mrs George Brooks. Pa
+ e Mrs. Sophie Reinhardt, Mrs. Fred This Easter.
w?"- fecky., Mrs H Sanscr. Mrs. D. H At the dock recently were the .
rGRACEFUL 1 Vanderveen, Mrs. John Henke, yacht "Ibis," with Mr and Mrs,
Mrs H Kafafian Mrs C. Kopy- James Marth aboard: from En-

stocky and Mrs Joseph Tom son. IIlcOl1Mr.!; and Mrs Alfred At
.. Mrs Victor and Mrs Godfreywon Vole. Canandaigua N. Y, aboard The Gentle Look t Blakely'Exciting
door pAres I Table winners Blue Yonder," and \Mr and Mrs
y I were Mrs W, Carr Mrs J. Whit- Vernon Davis. Somerville, N J.,
) field and Mrs. ReUtcnbaker who have lust returned from a trip
SPOUT through the Bahamas aboard the
1 TO SING AT FAIR yacht "M/.ilvcrn:'
pours perfectly withoutdripping..gltimlni Fifth and sixth grade pupils, I
Big 18-Quart Capacity Bakes, under the direction of Mrs. Mar. 1 Special( music at Sunday night's
chrome exterior It uiy., vin Keller will present a musical hymn I Ring was supplied by NevaRaymond i
to keep sparkling clean June Ehrhardt. Ida
program" at the fair grounds on '

Roasts, Cooks Complete Meals 5- Friday, March-13. at 1:30: p.m. Arthur Atherholt Fnckson Grace Guest Dcsmarais soloist was and silk costumes in a linen he +'

CIRCLE NO. 1 MEETS again Leroy lyons from Tampa. e 4"
Place Pyrex Dish Set Included. weave done with a body conscious
Missionary Society Circle No.I Tuesday was the day the Pirates -
Wistinti I I of Salerno Methodist t Church I landed ut Peck's Lake

Wonderful Gift! usr met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs softness. Their sweaters or jackets .
Genevieve Merrills home r
Mrs. Robert Shaw gave the de. CHUCK'S A SERVICEPlcaur
BREW CONTROL m.le.. otions.. The Bible study of the tvtk softly fitted and many with embroidered "
coffee from mild to Book of Mark has been completed ? M..h..h l lMi
Itronl...as you like it Present were: Mrs Trula Os- D.Hv.rr Duty '
!born, Mrs. Madeline Pedersen, silk-organza trim. Colors:
Mrs Rosa Quigley, Mrs Jennie
r Wilbar.:;; Mrs Ellen \\itham.; Mrs
Westinghouse Small Appliances : Harel Shaw, Mrs Naomi Hall!Cn. Railway & St. tilde AT*. Lemon Aqua Pink n' Blue

bailer and Mrs. Florence Bullurd Port Salerno

Available Always at. HIGBEE I ELECTRICALL Guests and Mrs.were Wilda Mrs.King.Bertha Refreshments Moony Open Road 7 days Service a week Sizes 8 to 18.

served and
were Mrs. Irwin
was the winner of a game that 7 aim 8:30 p.m.
was enjoyed by all. \


Walter Huber and friend from
Hollywood caught seventeen blues /ksasr ydwe M.W.thi.e .
4' This gleaming Chrome Tauter bus
and two jacks using cut bait fishng Offradl ALSO
? Color Control Dlul, extra, wide the Sun Parlor,

Toast Wells and Crumb cleannut George Lock wood Herman tnjoySpnrtfkhlngon the I I A new print collection of Arnel Jersey. Refreshing prints to

Io door It's easy to use" easy to dean the Blank Flshnhol! end Raymond caught sixty-one Carlisle lanenappert of Cruiser "LINDV: i wear now, or for quick trips.

W and two groupers( using Summer Rates $50 a Day I ICapt Arnel Jersey is a joy to wash No ironing, sheaths or soft

and makes Toast Just the color you eut bait fishing south of the inlet. .Toley F sgebrelacuATh.t. pleated l skirts Many with matching sweaters. Sizes 10 to 20.

Uke every' time Bob Homely and John Hoffman PORT 'ALERNO
'-17S' R... AT ,..,
aught fifteen blues and three

wealflsh Sun Parlor using cut bait fishing the Complement your costume with an unusual handbag by

Collins of Texas
ED Walter Huston of lake Park I
Ought twenty-eight! blues and three &II I /

Parlor jacks using cut bait off the Sun I

' Fred Roberts and friends from
HIGBEE ELECTRIC West Palm Beach caught twelve JACK'S GULFSTATION i
blues and four whiting using live
shrimp fishing the Indian River. I At Popular Prices"OPtN

287-0744 Dr. and Mrv Baker from Stuart All SMY! Guaranteed I j MONDW AND FRIDAY TIL 9 TM. THRU EASTER

caught eleven weakfish, nine croak.en Jock Saundmo pant
32 OSCEOLA AVE. STUART and three blues using live AlA Port Saleruc. ,AT 7-1028 I 120 N. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce HO 1.2134ti

I shrimp In the,. Indian River. ,


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THE SltARI.. (FlurMal) NEWS Fliursdm March 11, l 64 7B
-- Choice Western Reef
-- "Super-Right"

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Ocean Breeze Park News "'U1'ER.'IG"f"' CHOICE HEAVY WFSTERN BIFF R 0 A S T

!Mrs Rosy Enfield, Corrf.pom.cnt

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Couples Celebrate
i SI:111: ,.Bll\Il ESS
t' ; hone

Their 50th AnniversariesOn I California inS
: ; 3 gc

Sumlav dturnoon a !wau. lassie. Daley and the vocalist seas i ,
tiful fiftieth Don Wells JC'VanLant\ Roast. .lb. 59c
glen: ,In jnmurum Harry Hoke) receptionwas at the I tassels nimhcrs too s nsiimc a I e LB. .

clubhouse In honor ol se\cn couples The decorations consisted ol
in the park beautiful palms and u number "I 'S uper-Rlthtn Lean I;resh"SUPERRIGHT"
lhc' were Mr and Mrs Arthur lovely floral arrangements A pret
John with Nellie Cook and Eloise ty wedding! cake was given to each
Hoyl! a* their attendant: Mr. and couple It was a lovely parts wash\ .110111.; WtSTlRM: BEEF close GROUND BEEF I
Mrs. Andrew Picciird. with Gate delicious rcfrchment.erwll i to center I) T-BONE
Di\on md Mrs. Hutihinon attending 400( guests RIB ROAST fill Ib. 69c (trimmed
Ihcm: Mr. and Mrs Shaf-
fcr Will unit wash Mary Adrian Thursday' ) afternoon Mrs Dave UlSltRN SKINNED SI.I'FDBEEF
as attendant: Mr. and Mrs, H,>ward Donaldson and Mrs Cilidys (lau CUBED boneless
LIVER 'lh.49c
JjMhuincr with Ha/cl Wil I entertained with three tables ot
ion and M driie! Griffin attending: I I bridge at Mrs Donildsons Des. 3 ID. pkg. 98C
Mr and Mrs Waller labor wilh !left was nerved Prizes wire award SWIMS PRI-MIUM MUD hone l
Mrs. Olive Spear and! 1'.11'Her.. ''cd to Mrs Nan (amphcll. (Tara I BEEF Ib.59c SIRLOIN in
man Larscn. attendants; Mr and! I Seat Carrie Teal Lou Tanner CORNED .... .... I
Mr. William with Mrs Cadwcll
Btcny I land Thelma
Houihins and l Mrs Vunnietcr attcndants "SlPH! -RIGIir UI MEAT bone. "Super-Right" Choice Western Hctf Round .

Cannon. and with Mr Erma and Mrs Work, Arthur and I his Francis home in Morrow Put lily his: Ohio returned. after to FRANKS ... . .... n,. 49c TOP ROUND less

Lolita Scott attendants a visit with his father. Itch Mir"
The chairman and row T E A K
co-chainmn S
were Sylvia San horn and Minnie Misses Clara Enoch. Ruth Mar Bacon by-the-piece lb 29c )rot c
Schaefer and the receptionist t. roll. Florence Walker and Anne I Choice
,.*SJCV> M a.W.I**
Gladys McClarty The refreshment ,.
\Vilson from Ottllm lI. 1 Iowa. were I
committee was Ellen and! :.... 8 .
guests of Mr. and Mrs Teal\ on 7
George \Vcnnir The (organist. was Almond! Street LB. .
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On Friday afternoon the Duplicate ) c..
Bridge (luh met at Clements \
Camera ClubNominates Hall and had eleven tables \'- __ < FULL CUT lb. 79
tug, The winners were: North and .
South fiN.111 MiDonald and KING :\lfKFRILI'RI:' II Chuck Steak 4 lb. 45c '
: 'second Neva Bet and .
partner\label Stmson: third Flhil Wil STEAKS .. ... .... Ib.45c
There was a record attendanceof molt and Otto C hih isFor Fast I FRESH SPVMSII" MACKEREL Close Trimmed Rib Ib 79c If *
182 at the Camera Cluh and West lint were Myrt Huntington -

meeting Thursday March 5. Theoccasion Lillian and Haskms Sum and V uscv Ralph: second Ort. FILLETS .. .............. ........ ,. 49c Boneless I Shoulder Swiss 79c The Florida Cnttlemcns Association presents the;
was the annual meeting COIVItILl.lS-Rccipcs. ; I : .1 Samples I of f Beef .
and third Ness Moore and! Ullu.
for the election of officers for the Roxy S\I \l.L PINK QUICK FROZEN
coming year. Enfield. The 1 finest meat there IS l'nJt1Y t S:30: to 530.: .

Henry LeDuc chairman of the Tuesday afternoon the regular I SHRIMP 39c + :
nominating committee presentedthe bridge I tables at play '
following slate of officers: m na..t1. winners were

Clifford Ogle| president; Robert Red Samowom Marge O'Mara SneAlABPI" I Special! CABOT IIRIQUliTCHARCOAL .. --........................ .
Barrett, vice president; Ken Gar- and Mildred Skinner : tgttl9t f
rity second vice president and '
Mrs Nellie Cook secretary'treasurer The Pinochle Club met with ten PLAD
As there were no other nom tables and the winners were Sam f5. ,'
in itions. Chairman Tom Cook de Koslow Ralph Ort and Al Cote. 20 ; 79c [' STAMPS n :

eland these officers elected. I 11ah With Ihlt Coiwon coil nurck. of
Imm attly following the busi.ncs i. Anlb'l'lltlc
meeting Clayton Ralph took i I4HMIISIIRIM I. .
audience to Alaska and hack Mr. Mrs ; 89c
the B rths- and Raymond I ,
r I: I"/tile :
via home movies. These movies Blackwood a son. March 4: Mr. L LEVAP
idea Save At 11&1 Special! WIIITB HOUSE C.Hhnll In. Mel It MI. .0,
gave his audience a very good and Mrs. Herbert Navarro a girl I I...
of the scenery and conditions one March 6; Mr and Mrs Alva Beat- gogrguaj
l.. .n "J [ :
I can expect to see on this trip ty a son. March 6. I !
On Thursday March 12 the March 1-Admitted. John Hoffman '
Camera Club annual potluck di,i- Harry Bertolmo Alton Bur MILK 677C; : ; l
pea will be held at which i nctt. Nellie Ricker Elizabeth Bib 1 : ; HAID
time the new officers will le in- bee and Arthur Miller; dischirgcd : ;
[ stalled.PERSONALS. Carrie Halloway Mrrilday. STAMPS
nit Peter Lmdliy Mrs WIllie
Ikli Coupon sad Sul .r
With pun
Bustm and baby boy. ,
Pk kit Pulili kiislur "li.ili
Mrs. Carl Duffield of Biyshor* 1 Match '4=: rtOWric t; CoTlilti SPUI\t: ALt FIAVORS SPICIVL} CIIIRRY: SPAR I'(1.\1J JUNE: PiRklR Dill L iimirt orI'KMIS s f'

( Drive Bridge Club entertained The winners the All were,Slatti Dillon turn Rudolph Ruby Cooper Diuker. Mamie\vOI'j Frutaste 1 t Drinks 3 'ir. $100 White Tuna IJ can oz' 65C Peach Pies ..i11H'-rUl'h 39c tar| JJC C i

I Ann Chnstenson. Fli/ahelh Duf- Barker David Forrester M od IKru lot? Ms. i 4 <
Jfuld and charlotte Dorsan boy; discharged Martha Lunt Tcr '".''b. --------:--_.!!:!-_._-_!'_--

Mr. and Mrs Earl Meek of Buffalo essa Huhbard Mary Best Mamie I Root Beer 'Tl39c Fresh Cheese i lb. 53c Blueberry Pies ra'b 49c ____________.___._________. -.
N. Y. visited! Mr and Mrs Vollum, Florence Combs, Elizabeth = : :
(Mara Friday en route to the B i bbee. Alfred Simmons Alton SAVE AT AlP! SPICI\I: A&P BRiM! sriCHL! PICKLE: PIKII SWIIT SPK: 'I\UJANJ: P\RklRSPICI: CAkfr: \ t :

West Coast March Burnett Admitted. Evelyn Spinach .. .. .. 4LH49c Mixed PicklesaluA, ? 39 Spanish Bar 1 llb Jof"kNol'. 29c 15 xtru PlAID ..:, ::
Mrs Russell Speck entertainedat Brown Arthur Lavoie John San STAMPS
bridge with four' tables nlajing! Denny Arthur Row ANN PAGE PEACH, PINEAPPLE: or APRI'Of CRYSTAL BR\ND RUBBING SPKIVI JAM: PARkIR IRISH CRISP I :
: son
winners were Mare 0 Mara: Ib 'I-lb. wash. m COUKMI: .j funhiM ., M! .
Carrole Archie Arthur
ell Haire
S. Diller and Mary Wall Blanche Siirnuy; discharged! I.ethaKlecknir I Preserves jar 29c Alcohol I pin 1 10C Potato t 1 Chips Mla 49C Dale/ Fruit or fhixolute Pi/ :

Mrs Otto Chihu.z was hostess Harry Bertolmo. Paul 'I' Nur 2 *- ". AQr M' ,
Dcci and iniucl, Margol, I ROILS" cant :
for birthday
for Wednesday Piggy Burke a The winners party March ft-Admitted. Francis : --. '- --- .. "-c..-,_' --:.. --=. =. -:: a..4 Ihni lot, Mor, 14- Mil.. a51.14Crisp .
Collins. Alfhild Bock Jan r, 11 .. .,/tY ,.
and Wayne '; .,, ,
Rose rtti"
were Lil Ha skins Blythe >>
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ie Elizabeth Davis Dorothy Tucker :\ A ::4: : .II.. '
Myrt Huntington 1 Laura Crumhley. Mrs. Hubert' .. Pascal Large : ;: ,
Mrs. Agnes Burgh:irt has returned Navarro and baby girl and !Mrs ,: 1j: : >oit.gs .'
from a visit with friend in Alva Realty and I baby boy: discharged .J' ORANG ;;
Chicago Jeanne Volk Tony Ciintir t CELERY S PIAIDSTAMPS
Ida Bertha I less. Jessie MasMI '
Mrs Rose' Goodwin has returned Archie Arthur Rudolph D crkcr I a.1

Lauderdale from a visit. with friends in Fort Blanche Surguy Mrs Raymond ,I I Wlik" IkU c:.._ ..4 ,........ ., II:
Blackwood and baby hoy t
1, ('_1 to ('utl I R!
Navarro and .
Fred Christie was hostessto and Mrs Hubert I 1 9 5 59c
Mrs I.... stalk c lbb bag SWFFT !
the ChitChat Pinochle Club Maud on baby airt.MJrch. 7-Admitted. Birhara. ..".,,;-:,:., \\\ WINE !5lh QO.57O1MJ M;
Winners were
Wednesday. J'
Vanmater Eleanor Martin and! Person Antone lima, and Gene /I c... thru fit. Mor 14-Mlo. I.U.M Mj!
Frances Burger sieve Busch; discharged; Evelyn I I.REST I PICKED TENDER ;

Brown Collette Dillon Lorenzo .__..._!___:._..._.!! _..._. Lj
To Preston and Iva Smith entertained Cordcro Allen Kendall, Bessie I II
with three tables of bridge I Nelson. Maybillc Vandcrhoof Joseph Del Monte Sale!
Saturday afternoon The guests Topper, Gloria RichardsonArthur POLE BEANS lb. 19c
were Chloe Mathes. Frcma Sack Rowell and Mrs. Alva Beat I Yf LAW LING \LYIS OK SI 1C'FT)
ett Nan Campbell Mildred Skinner ty and baby hoy ;
Fern Wright Elsie Marland March 8-Admitted. Carl Hoke I PEACHESI
Mary Morgan Marge OMara Ester Leech and Charles Fasnk: '
Neva Rem and Mabel Stinson Winners discharged!. Nellie Rucker Arthur )I LUSCIOUS RED RIPESTRAWBERRIES
were Mildred Skinner Flsie Lavoie Frances Wayne Collins and 'I' BKANS: 7KC1IINIOK
Marland Fern Wright. Mabel! Stm Alfhld Bock I I IKtll ('(KM!All,
and Chloe Maine March 9-Admitted. Arling I i '
son, Neva Betz l '
Clark James Blyth Hazel. Vincent -: I 3 pInts 89 c
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Helene T Sudhoff Chester II
Claude Burhe was hostess to three Lawrence Edwin Thum and Leroy 1'1 2 1lb. 49c
tables of bridge The guests were: Corley: discharged. Laura 1! I cans
Connie Hileman Florence Crumbley, Esther Leech Henry, .
ken Hessie Klein. Billie Aleer, Blake Hazel Vincent Ann Hauer, I '
Lola Speck. Gladys Clave, Eva Smith
Pnscilla Barker Stanley
Donaldson Cecile Harlow Mary McDonald' Leonard: Smith:: : I FEIBFCk J. BRILLOSOtP '
Reeves, Tess Myers Leah Woods! Anthony I ima. Janie Elizabeth! CORNMEAL! .. ... ... .29= PADS pkl29 C :f Save._ Only'' Phlf, Stamps' LAUNDRY! BIKAdl

and Nan Campbell Attractive favor and Davis and Mrs Mosley Collins and I SUNSHINEkRISPY! I-lb. YLBANOIIIF: :; Get Fiat Gifts FIICLORDX
were given to each guest 29c .lb83c
baby boyPriscilla CRACKIRS Mans ( : .
prizes were awardedDr "IANTIC I tsetse uA CONIMY a.G

and Mrs William Vogan of Circle 1E\ BAGS ...... ... of pkl'27 C HII1I MLSIIRHMS! ( 2 cans 29 C r S.67cDIII'RC.lNI
Palm Beach were weekend guestsof Welcomes/ MemberPriscilla I I CRUklRBiRRILSIIRP IIORI>E\j'S:' CHOCOIAT: 15-01. 1

Mr and! Mrs Willis Tanner CIIFF-SF .. .. ..... .. pilI59c f1.AVORt.UIUtl: :Milk Jar 49C J' ((7c IIrf luhell
George Winick of Boise, )Idaho. Circle of the First I MILk BONF FLAVOR 16-oz. LIPTON '
Is spending a few week with his Methodist Church met Tuesday'' SNACKS I>()G BISCUITS ..... pkl- 29c( ONION SOUP MIX 37c SURF
Mrs Nellie Dailey afternoon March 3 at the home PRIIy IV 111I" AD I ARE C'()()I) l11RUf" 1\I\R(11 II.LIQCID .
MEl RIC\L sill label .
s-or S Ib
falll PltL'RURV Ile( )
of Mrs. J. J. Richards. with Mrs I 179 5sC OPEN 11:30: A.b1. 10 6:30 r.M. MO"'IMY" 111RU TIIUR"\V reg
.. ..
The Morning Glory Club hada T. B. Newms and! Mrs Hazel ; .6'k ILOCR bag 261)111ERGENT c
Yacht Club Restaurant 11:341 lU 9 P.\I.: tRIU\V, :30: 10 7 P.M. SATURDAY idle
luncheon at the Hallock a* co-hostesse
in Port Salerno on Wednesday Mrs Richards gave the devotions I
Four tables played cards and a report on missionary work I DETERGENT (IDe off label) ('O'I> : :" IEll.RGLNr DETERGENT Vegetable Shorteaing.4e/df labelBREEZE
afterwards Ann Holmes was high being done in the hospitals j in I ALLlt.RGt"f
scorer While elipnont gift were Korea i RINSO BLUE I I FLUFFY ALL LUX LIQUID I CRISCO

given. Mrs. Selma Powell was wel I

Mrs. John Wynck and ion have corned present a were* a: new Mrs. member H. H. Thayer Also ftl35 C &Jue I1u' 69C giant size 79 C alant ran. 79 C JJ65 C J.11t.,lIe 75c
their home in
returned to
Mrs Celestia England Mrs Anna
visit with her
Conn. after a parents


Mr and Mrs. Robert McCturg! The U. S. Information Agency I I I I
from Pittsburgh Pa., have been I will\ distribute or assist In sending" "
hours guests of Mr. and Mrs Don. 6000000 book to foreign nauon J:65c? J:73c: 'ala. 20c ::'JJc w 39c 353c:

aldson. thia year.

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ft-B _STIART_ (Fla.> NEWS. __Thursday.. .:';March !12._ 1964. I
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land project) which would bring
Club I Broward
Soroptimist I the fund up to the required,
'amount of \::100.I .
Ups Donations I The meeting tIMId after a short I
diacuMion OB the Soroptim i Si; I II

The\. M..irch business meeting' was Patrick: Day party to be hell ,i r a r I ',
held hv the rnptirmst, (Inn of the home of Mrs Trances K.llh i I u I I'1 J JI.
Stuart/ ( it, the Flamingo Hotel on on !Saturday March 14 at ft III i +,4L1r
Thursday. March <. and wn attended I.

by .twenty, -four member p.m. ,, r d'A 47 E. OCBVN BLVD. AT 74737 I
:end one guestAmong l eP '4
the matters considered Junior Cheerers \Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co.

andnpproved at the meeting wan Attended ClinicSeven v OPEN MON. THRL SAT. 7:30 AAL TIL 9 PAL
the following: OPEN SL',D.1Y 8 A.M-12.JO: P.M. 6 P \I..9 PAL
The U S. Saving, Bond Award member of t the iiimo.
made annually by the club to the I cheerleader: attended a cheerlead
:lop girl: XT student oJc,1:': I mg clinic at the Delray BeachCommunity REFILL ANY
in Martin i County High CANPRESCRIPTION
the top girl Undent in the bin li.! I Center on Saturday}. r'7'M' r ,' 'alRI BROyyARO
net education department at the I'eh. 29. They were .instructed in
Stuart Training ti i School, was Increased techniques. methods field instruc REFILLABLE where I
from I $25 to a $50( rondo pan. and participated l in demon. = f filled! .,
((rations s rw originally i
The club voted to lend $25 to need iJ
ITiwe attending were Wendy I
the Soroptimist' Foundation National r J
i iCrow.rd
!Scholarship Fund whose I Mauenslcm. Virginia Yeary act Dteecrlptlon 1 h1Rh' Ae
goal thin year I h SItx,000) ) MM,, I'"rookMKathyCBrone, Suet wh ent with the
Lolene Stokes gave her personal Donna
check In the amount of f25 to /arnits. and Jackie Worlham I The loowesgtalp albW Pr1ce. ,..Se
be sent to the fund In the name of girls were accompanied by Mr Y + oUlA
and Mrs Bill Roger. WHY M
the Stuart club: making a tonal donation PAY
of $50( I| The clinic wan led by Bill human -
Mr*. Zola Swartnotil announcedthat / president of I the American k v
the Jensen Beach Women Cheerleaders/ ioclHtion, AFTER
Association was in need' of fundsto I !: 4'I 4141u 1Y4e 11 A.M.t1 .
buy material for the clothes. I Story telling i IR a highly developed 39cu.
blankets, etc, they make and sendto I skill in Moslem countries, .J J
the children in Sunlnnd/ tram where religion forbid the portrayal
Ing Centers It was decided to I of human and animal likenesses in SPECIAL r
make I $'0 donation to this Sun urt I
MARCH 1964Our '

new "Monthly Jterlew"/ discuMM !
THI OITTY OHOUP-lf Tblnater Oil/ seTh. TOAST i, I
"Hiss western properties for $329 million, what couldbe > VrHf llliMO IIAPPfeM lit the Ma/tm county hair in thus picture was taken from the Sky Wheel, actually a double decker DELICIOUS PURE 1t I
tome of the ramification for this company enclosure on AlA south of Stuart In the foreground I in the carnival Ferris Wheel, FRUIT JELLY
and the other Getty enterprise!-<7 x Oil, .
midway, In the background] ire exhibitor and livestock. The LEND I
Skttly Oil, Million Dtvtbpment/ and Mist km OUR FAMOUS
H I /I
Corporation ---- -
... I II
OIMMI BROTHUJ-What eon New York Mrs. Jessie MOlI<:hell, Mrs. Ruth I Mrs. O D Stone and MM, COFFEE39c j.I j.

egg World'! Fair'judo and lower withholding tavi Blackburn, Mrs. Gay Jerome and! PALM CITY NEWS I Travis Stone and daughters are I
mean for thii prominent department More chain? Mrs John Patterson attended the leaving Wednesday for several '

Man the coupon below for your copy of the "Review. Red Croon kickoff luncheon held! !SIRS ANITA WHITE, Cormpondenl 287-5582 week in Canton, Miss Ii IiALL

............................................. at the Women. Club In Stuart J Mr and! Mrs. Pryor Gilliard Apr
lust Wednesday _____ spent Monday in Wuuchula
Pass mid March "Review"
lilt tour MW : *hlei diacuwei TUB
CUTY GROUP and GIMBEL BROTHERS./ State President AddressesWoman's
BEHR'S CARDS The Almegords
"a""" JSNAddrMa. I Fete Mrs. Ernes
Fellowship HereThe ...-a
-Clty_ Itlat_ & GIFTS Mr and Mrs. Ole Almcgord entertained a

............................................- Women'* "Fellowship met following lunch was, Ihe True I Mr and Mrs CharlesF : METAL ,
609) COLORADOWATCH March 4. tmc for lunch Wednesday
Wednesday morning Mission of Twenty FILE
Fellowship PORTA
HIRSCH & CO. March 4, Mrs. fines birthday. I
following Rev. I-awnc J Sharp'sIi eight members and visitor were
........Km red /lid fuctaiie eW awe ldmm 1U 1'Ailt ) am l Lenten Bible dim, preicnt The Alincgords and Ernes played With lock and
Mr. Marjory Mirtin of Fort game until I 2 p,m., when the H key. Holds over
109 South' Second Street, lorl PlcneRKSIUF1NIS neighbors and friends began com tOO .
( ()
Clean-$5.M) I Lauderdale, state president was papers.CompUr
: .! OK SI I UAH I t. CALL I T l.UFRFftA'ILAN'IIC I the guest speaker, She conducteda Civic; Organization; ing in to wish her a happy birth' 1 S *)
7.4100 Stff-K0( () a lll1n and answer forum until Postpones MeetingThe day.Mrs. With '
() lunch A bounteous covered Emes received many cards .
Spring-$3.X 'nd1lf199
called !betwecn
MAIN OIIICFl. 21 Broad Mrecl, New Park 4, N.Y.Liden dish was nerved by Mr, Ruth regular monthly business and gifts Twenty friends, ,
All Work Hoslev, Mrs t Chiirlcno Mincer.Mrs meet Inl of Pulm City Civic Orguniution -' 2 and 5pm namtl. :j
Leona Smith; and Mrs, Add- which normully meets
I to dally market mw and average Jim It: DE110NSIRsIORS I
I /J-.5lntlln/ ( IRA 1400) on your dial Guaranteed Im Chrlmman. the second Tuesday of each month DISCUSS CONCUSSIONSPulm : WHITE RAIN HAIR 99
Mrs. Smith had the tables dee- has. tern postponed to March 17 I TONI SPRAY 15 OZ. REG. 1.49
, e.le.w aewie. .......... PYaaee. flit"". traenew Pin' \\. <,lve Uu A Mulch orated with colorful phlox and City Home tXnionsira ,
' Leda. Pee. erne A...'...... e.nl u.s 'lo Vie, /greenery as centerpieces, KSONAIJt) lion Club met Tuesday March STICK DEODORANT ::1
The topic of Mrs Martini talk/ at the civic center at 9:30 ens 11 5-DAY REG 79e 57c
Mrs. Ellen M Rodger, Clifton, with houses Mrs Anna and Mrs
N, J" I U visiting her sister, Mrs. Margaret Honian and Mrs. Lester BATH OIL-401 109 ,
Ruth VanUrk and! family In Pelican Brouse. I DEAREST REGULAR 1.25
Cove The entire meeting was a discustioixof I
"' the food I concession which I TOOTHPASTE
VOTE FOR Mrs Barbara ko/clka Mr Palm City and Port Salerno clubs IPANA REGULAR 89c1J11CRIN 57C
j I Olive Ci/ck and Mr and! MrsDen would have at the fair. II
Kozelki toured the sugar mill ORAL ANTISEPTIC
in Clewiston I-niluy I4OZ. REG. 98

Mr and Mrs Dick Cmenthrr" I
E : and son hove moved from Last IJ I FACIAL TISSUES OMXOO 3 fOR 51
,r /I.CIt ISABELSupervisor I Second Street! to Pine
Trailer Park on State Road 76 Ho
i will he the manager. I II TOOTHBRUSH VALUE 49'

... .
Mr and! Mr Roy Wentt Km
,I yule, Ohio spent several day I CONTAC APSUiESr'' \ 97'
-p with Mr and Mrs. Dan Went/, 1
i Fast Ninth Street They visited! MilK
j other Ohio friends! while here. PHilLIPS' OF MAGNESIA 39C
c EVANS 120Z REG 630
Mrs tlarcl McCleary I is visiting -
f\ 17 Mr. and Mrs Dwight Mc- LIFE INSURANCE VAPO.RUB 3'/j'! O' RE. 89o 57C
Clenry in Fnglcwood Mr and WITHOUTRED VICKS'
Mrs. Gale
Wrlhunllere overnight
guests there also TAPE i e *W. reserve the right to limit quantities( Add tax
i No phyeical exam laneceiiary where applicable- Sale Days through Sunday.
; .. Mr, and Mrs, Charles F. Emes No complicated
I and! Mr. and Mrs Gay Jerome medical history It required .
of Registration spent I ho afternoon in Welt Palm Meet JEtna Catueltjr .
: Beach last lucsilay Homeowners policy SAVE
: 18c
holder* can qualify Bene

;}, F: r-: ;}. MAY 5 1964 I Denary ie received Mr and! word Mrs that llu-man Mr and L. Peetz Mrs .111 death Ate. .500 depend(at beginning age upon 25))age with with at I e J e e100's

( r... '' \ louis Sitar have arrived in Paw double indemnity for me.eldental .
t k 01/" 'I 1 Ii! Mich The been
Paw Stars have
death. All for 160
! a ..b.< ( .. .. I: .. ......., the PieU the two Contact for
visiting past per year. u. A ,
months. dota,I.. Reg.59tx

/ am Mrs. Isabel .t.alls.tlle widow of C. Karl (Doc) Evans.'c}\ Mr. and Mrs HarUn Hague: R. Johnson
I who have been several
:i formerly owned lie "Get It At Evans" Sundry. located in the old Post weeks as guests, of Mn. Kate Hun- lint federal Building 41PS
' candidate the office/ of f Supervisor dtrluk, Loop Road, have return AT 7-3J6A ,
/ At cade. I "
Office llHilding am a ed to their home in Newfane, N.Y. Realtor and Insurance ?Ss
I', of Registration /en: ustuurr I II ,,
Mr and! Mrs, C Me Randolph a
U AM *""**" COM''''
AHcnsvillc. Pa.. en route to their I aWTTOW, cmWCTKUT"
I filed as a candidate for the office/ after I was assured by Mrs. Zola home, were callers on Mr. Mar I I

lllakcslee, who served Martin County faithfully/ for many ycars.in that garet Honian_ last week _____ __ __ 1 + I I I' I I' I

position that she/ ? wished to retire.


L / am a Veteran's, widow and I need the job. 1 can 11tt'oteull time

t to the office which I will/ serve,,;impartially and to the best interests of/ Sj8tHfe% >, St.Joseph Atpirtn For Children wa (lrt

et'erylartl"\ County citizen. to offer this protection! Has the doag
, Boudoir Chairs 4 doctor favor..pur*orange flavor" and
4 f I have resigned my position; as deputy clerk in the office/ of the as creamy praftr. Fast texture, gentle children renal

Clerk of/ the Circuit; Court will not hold any other position when (LESS cusinoN) LcuS wsoc most mother truatlRE0. Msbua.

I I elected as your Supervisor, of Registration MADE TO ORDER ;:

i : 'With Skirt US RAND AID

! I will appreciate your support and vote in the May 5.Democratic t ONLY $15 ( LIFELOTION PLASTICSTRIPS >

Primary. andtepaln ,

I Extra

i "A vole for ISABEL: EVANS" is an assurance that n trained business woman HAIR TREATMENT Zcoioary SuoDRUG 1
1 will give full lime impartial and efficient service to the position of SUPERVISOR AN\AM: IIUtE IN.MARHN. COUNTY \ 'I



raid Poilttaat. A4v' .rtlMin' .nt) 1t
AlA, Hob Sound 0)" McGee, Owner J-M-4M1 STOREST t



fill VTt 1R1 (Florida) NFWS Thursday, March 12, 19M 1-C
junior - - -
Is On Its Own
High Now at Old .. :-i.-

: fjigh School Site--And Is Doing Fine

670 Enrolled -

alt e

the Largest

j "
; 1 I/ \d dLD
i By RAY McCLURE equipment
I At casual observation. it ap- k
y the way, what going on at pears many people do not know
the old Martin County High I the "real" junior high school, & k.jji
School these days? w
'WThc The Stuart Junior High School )
answer: Plenty I includes grades seven eight and
flfThe old Martin County HighS nine.If.
bool on East Ocean Boulevard
you go buck to the historical
hat been re-named the Stuart Junior

of the
aspects. junior high school
High School It is ,
a it is found that in 190() about two-
bustling place with 670 students. thirds of the students dropped out
thirty full-time teachers of which
of school to the
prior entering
two eleven part-tune have master teachers degrees, and ninth grade, and! it was felt thaI IKHUKRKMKMIrs: : .: 'v''u' the order "it .ilk. das Stir members. of tho ninth grade home ceo-
I these pupils needed some secondary -
"' Stuart Junior High School also school in grades "some, class at the Junior Ilikh 'w hunt I I list Hi i atas! |Ilw| girls were arranging their flowers tor the Stuart
has the distinction of having the seven and nine.Research experiences. t !lower !Show Lift! to light! ire 1'.1111 I ice ( .11..1 i .I Buck. saint IXnncv and Nita Fmmeek Thi home

largest enrollment of any schoolin I shows! that between i.r Hioimes depurtmcnt at the limos i High S.hI..1 I is ilsu used I by girls from the denier Iliji School:

Martin County. IW) and mo an irrcvcrsblc ---.--. --- .
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Nearly\ all white students I in
social I phenomenon took place and ,
grades seven and eight attend the by the end! of that period,over three- -ii i die persons of Principal: J'I' JoI own and without i upper class' rrcs-I a good school I I'll he) it will, be .
school. The only exceptions are fourths of the pupils continued I" McCoy. and Guidance CounR.hard II 'ur. Wealll our school \ Chancel are, it will I
4n Cahill.
the Indiantown i :
area Junior high into the ninth -
grade. Today more
... ........_
students (ninety) who attend War- and! more adolescent youths are '. I the students are also expected -- 1
field School at Indiantown staying in school. ''I' ,'.u well, so the cafeteria is stilltails
.iln short the school ;v 1 "' "nt lunches
junior high The
advantage of a separate under evdiroci ,
-alwiys considered a "little" senIor junior high school is that it provides I 1 of Mrs. Lois, Pauline and Nell
high-has come into its own asa a separate environment for citrudc HoydI
full-fledged school. young adolescents ages twelve I'he separation of the junior Are the Happy Three i '
i: To bring you up to date, the through fifteen-a special! group ind ,senior high school has not
Stuart Junior High School is located in terms of growth and develop- ....'... .. made life easier fir SuperintendentI I 1 h.itvill curl up and dye t \
at the site of the former ment. J;.. I humus ('rook and his associates, I
Stuart Elementary:: and the junior Also, the full attention of the H has meant the personal sepiiruon for Come sec
senior high school plant. faculty and administration can be r'l. of l the students and the personal you
'W 1 Students occupy the classrooms devoted to these! youngsters in a j' If r : 'l: lepinlion' of the teachers and sr
(the of all
formerly used by the Stuart Elementary separate school. ; necessary adjustment

as well as the other build Because of large enrollments abroad B\M: PRACTICE for several age groups goes on relentlessly at the Junior II gh School I the above the II has re'meant ii ljuslmcnt the separation to thIS ciirricu of and.
ings formerly used by the senior curriculum with specialized! seventh and eighth graders were hard at work when visited last week. Left u. i light are Richard Mar linn It has meant the separation
1 high school. No classes held teachers and facilities he
in the three are can provided -, liniuk. Cheryl Zcntz Cathy Wyatt. Bill Brady, Donna Bowie, Tom leather ind Dibra Anderson and re-Ijiistiiicnl of all social: Hetivities
At A
-story building. at minimum cost three
the ._ ... .._ II has meant the separation
present three-story building is year period provides time young ----- -- ------ -- and
providing office l space for the adolescents to establish a feeling readjustment to WOl king
itinerant teachers, purchasing of identity with the school and Dr. James Conanl in his book, eight and nine, in the organization Instruct in bnic skill is foundIn space
agent, county coordinator, supervisor ninth graders can display effective "Education in the Junior High of a school svMi.ni is of less rcmedi reading Musical and It is readily apparent the Kpar. 0
School Years offers suggestions dramatic! activities clubs. asscmbiles anon his been carried out
of secondary schools, and leadership in school activities But importance than the program provided remarkably -
wide that arc worth considering, He J and homeroom programs well In the days ahead
county- guidance coordinator junior high school should not become for adolescent youth The
Storage space is still being : a carbon copy of the senior states: I program should reflect the transitional are all found at the school There the adjustment will lake place, lAW KRIS nwn.RI"N! : Open Mondaythru 20 E. OCEAN BL
used for supplies and maintenance ugh school. "The place of grades seven, 1 nature of these grades. is also an extensive library. but more slowly. I !ISHI WAL1ONPAULINE VD'I
Parents. and teachers are well aware A balanced Muff with a principal One student summed up all the : SI.N\; Saturday PHONE I
that early adolescence is a very aid guidance counselor are chinas this way: "We like it this
special! (period physically, emotionally much in evidence in the school! way Wo now have a school! all our .
iogmphical Sketches Staff -- --- -- -- --- ---- --- ---- -
: and socially and these grades
provide the transition from elementary -

.i 10f Stuart ot this and teachers senior of high.these Because grades
Junior High
. are with required: an understanding to be mature: of leadcrs children : Elton Schwarz

r and a knowledge of subject
Stuart Junior High School hast sition which he held until this year lit Port St. l.ucie is a native of matter" I
a large and well-educated staff when he was appointed principal. Talniagc Neb He attended Tecumseh Conant further rceoinniemJs' that
t There are thirty full-fine l teach- He lives with his wife, Stella, and I (Neb) High School and English, with emphasis on reading !-
cr --eleven of whom rmv jnustcr five children art 919\ Weir Street, following that,JuS-jeprtycd jilt AB / skills and composition wiciu
degrees-and two part-time teach- Stuart bachelors end master's! degrees studies, with emphasis/ on geography 1_ ..... -
en i. MRS. WILMA SIMS, teacher from the University of Missouri, I and history, mathematics and '1f'. ,
1 Below are short biographical of eighth grade science, is a nativeof Columbia Later he did additional science, should he required of all :;,1" '
sketches of the staff DcSoto County where she attended graduate work at Florida Southern seventh and eighth graders. t .

JOSEPH A McCOY is prmcinl DcSoto High School, Ar- Florida.College At present and. University he Is teaching of I This is all mostly done For An ,, A Ur
cadia. She her bachelorsdegree -
> McCoy is a native of Hugo- received English In addition to teaching in at Stuart Junior High. ,
ton, Kans, where he graduated from Honda State Collegefor Mart County schools since 1957he even a remedial reading today// ,
Tallahassee and
from the Hugoton High School Women amaster'a
taught in Nebraska, New Mexico for students who have t
He received his bachelors degree degree from Columbia A l.i,ka. Tennessee and four and it appears to he paying t ,
in New York with
from Southwestern Win- University ; maJors -
College, counties I m North Florida. He Most of Conant I
field,education.Kans.. with He a major received in physical hisnastcrs additional in science.graduate Mrs, Sims work has at had the a member of CIA and FEA HJ IS// arc followed today at Stuart suggestions Junior E XPERIENCEDi'

degree from the University University of Florida She taughtin hobby is piano playing High School There is art, .
of Florida, Gainesville, i In DeSoto and Palm Beach counties GILBERT BOUSE, a native ol music and physical education for
Pa., his teaching all students All ninth grade girls
school administration and before coming to Stuart in Johnsonhurg. began -
supervision in Martin County as teacher I have home economics. All boys I
in 1955 He came to Martin 1940. Mrs. Sinn and family resideat
principal at Port Salerno school 'except ninth graders, have industrial -
County in 1947 as a member of gig J Riverside Drive, Stuart. U
He served in the same position at I'I arts Foreign languages at the r tP .
the physical education department, EARL CATHCART who resides -
1 school start in the seventh ,
Martin County High School, a 1'0I I with his wife and daughter (Continued on Page 8-Q) ._. -- -grade- t f


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i LIBRARY STUDYING always takes some of the lime of most students at the Junior.rJ High School, COUNTY

Stopping long enough to look at the camera are, clockwise, Rudy Johnson, Chuck Pope, Linda Lowe, JUDGE

Denmo Tweed and Bobby Kelsey, y., I

r ) 4 .

"Why Gerald / I BELIEVE: That the position of County Judge requires the most mature and exper

NEVER go through ienced individual available who is willing to devote full time to the duties of the Court.

your pockets A t man who knows the people of Martin County and is familiar with their problems.

% ..{ yf
!She could be "snitching" a Ullle IP YOU AGREE:

r' 't maybe for that educational
-T--TI > +aa.n ,yrT Alley for her young CMC A

few cent a week c CM milk thai

prkelew diploma -a reajjlyAk ,

I \ e At'I E ( us about Ink. VOTE MAY 5 FOR

sa ti R. JOHNSON

A M ; Realtor AGENCY Mid IttuniBce: Elton Schwarz-County Judge

AT 70366
I ART WORK is occupying the attention of this group of seventh graders at the Martin County junior
High SchooL Shown above, from left, arc Sally Foster, David Quid, Jimmy Damn aid Tatay FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY PaM Political! Advertisement
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:2-C THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS I Ihunday, March I 12, '1964 Continued SA Contrnqed SUMUY-Conllnued Chamber Body in

10,00-4, Candid" CaavaraI Club and
.10-11 Comment 1:00: -4 BattlWWdI Garden
I .no-7 am Ham LoIs Banat 7 Show oj tli* WMk ICokn-t" )
viiGiA1is 10 Nawa, W....., lpna 10-11 WorM W aViorta ,I III Nnylr, "Ourallon Hadhall
COMPLETE 11 N... 490 1 tMrUi aoMfal 10,1- OIpioSl5::' It.' '
vfhlta Tr&.iin
..JO 4 .Root af Ida feat :10.11 rHalwar My
How,. U.S.
U K. smIthI New 1 1The
I 4.-WTVJ Hlwil\ (0.,1.1) WS1'U Radio Btnara M llatlun ah*. I 10 Hunilay-Brinahry fk':* Jnlaana: Mapor ',,00-4 BattlefMd" I 111.11-.1.1-11 "... "."". Spo", Views Signs Along
Novak .
1-7 Mr .
WptV. N .,0. wh.r. I In this" Natiol II 101. on
SB '
PoiM BBBBB ( _L II Nla-ht I.If. of 'Ik* Gold 0aa( llt-ll World at (0010 ..
C ,: 7=Wait MlMl: (NBC) iv pr.sr.a Ilitto. ar* farabh. lIIO-4Nt.nk. "Th. Ilpoti allt.rM
t Ill 14-Wt.W.fV. Mlu.1. (IA..CI) ** by 'lbs l.l.l.r, .,....1\1. Th. ft.I .. 5.45-4 Nawa-wait*! Unaniw .:,110Ptn,.** '. .nl., "PI.II..m III..h IIrhonl" - -
'_WaUT.TV W..t Paha, .*<* art 101... I. not ......,blo tot MI 5.7 Nsw-HuolI.p. tfrlaitByII 7 Pig hood. M Dana. Miami was a permit is turned down hn I I .
t .han.... H... II Oovamn.ant. ., th* POOPIO Board The C hjmbcr of Commerce
proinm I
:; 111/1) 11 Man Corh,.. H... E..ln, "ttl-II Nuthtwaua M4iOO Planning Advisory I Ito handing in Ihe following specter appeal may he 111,1,1\ 1 u- I I'

WF.DNF.SUAY IIIURSDAY Continued ,,00-4 Worlda, ItayondD .. e:00-4 If_.. Ip_. Wawhrt -111 Movl Mo, Ihe City of Stuart to whom the more specific .
I Not. ..na. Th.atr., Yoon* at ..1 JII... _ has referred a recommendation1- representing advisory board.
MARCH II II.-4 lunrla ahmtalar. 'OutllnMof H.art" 'tlO'-t ...II.. J F. City Commission WO local busIness men chamber listed
1 Hlitor, of Art" 7 'lbs Honyatoon.ra 7 fJutlaiii request by sign companies for perm : SLUM I "

Mornlnf l0! 4 Mt... ., "A Wm.n... Will'IIIM '" II Its.).. Patrol II Muvla, "T,_" II union to erect off'titc signs> cn I Off 1 the premise! advertising sons why sign pcimil r,'' I
(ISO.* aa Momtay no.111)) ; ivlr. .llcimtriinillia. I'l i 7110-7 rntarnatlonal Show TI.. *|4 1-1 "' ..011.. ataploalonr ; should not be banned entire--
1 ..if II faa* Bialorwrai (ositnos.. ) AftvrnoonRam 10.II iHNtry M C-I property on U. S. I, sought signs strict control might be turned down b\ I Itspector "
I ** ::4 ovk.. 'Pat anal Mi... StOP-P Hmw .0 ::00-I MmitonnlTito 1,00, --., Oaatliwglal ClaaarawB) the opinion of Stuart Chamber of |II' There should be at his discretionThe
.... ,
( aa Monifar pl) 1-7 Bnb Hub* 4IB-4, Sunrla* aw i..t.r, "UaaryUr .,I location of signs
7 ...... ,,_, PI i t ":. size and
...h.. Garden' to
$ as
It'I--r M"vl.. The .Rrfnim.r, and 10-11 I Murk1, law ports **'* and Horn"' Commerce and Stuart should Planning Advi"'fH I 1,. ,
Aflrnooa) the rlrilhnil '.t30-.4 fanitajt Zona7 Tito-4 Ju.kl" Qltaaoa .iu-. CHIUUI. ... .a* Alt Club the matter on Wednesday and! the building inspector recommendations! ,
on make
I .- Tw Twloll 1-7 Tb. ..........ul ).' Co.tln.ntal. (11...__ ((0.10.1It discretion as to miiing will i I ICilY
) n.nlr. exercise
5 Ant
( (Ram* aa Maadaf *Mptt.. I;COM:; 1.., TIIIW.; y Moot doom Th Prio. I. Blunt II 010ul.no.tnr5t35 I.40- aunrlaa. B.ni.lar Feb 26 at City Hall of permits C'onimission a t II i ,' i I II I I ,
i I II U-()I Wovla 'A Stat I is .Born Pt I ..' 10,00-4, Alfnd I Hlleheoakft Thf tofpoth.rp ",140-4 foi... I. Spanlak ,sign pcrml| i. Number
; .,30 4 Mnvl. Ih Major sOt lbsMItttt" At there are approituitlely ( If study
IVaill Paarto prevent I
.1IJt.Stn4. 1 Jack I Jon Hl.how 7 sun.hli Alniana should! he he'd: to a minimum .:. ___ ___
I in Movl.. Ca.tla'' tin <.h.'Incld.nl)".d.on" T Mnii." ''rhl>...n 11.... luniliirtitt .II Kliht of tha Wrrk Iota>> '.."..n.. Womb1,00s. 55.-ia' N.:.., Woithor7,0WI twenty off-site signs on the ----- - .- -- -- '
I 4:80- L11. A "m...... T....'.. IO. U-W'r. 1 Popots' Playhoua. all of whichare
7 )rttOrt.1. : It Warp ? Movl. Illark WIdowtOlp4 i-I T.....' highway except eight
: : 10.45-10 ... That IparaIliitu ., Phil 11I1.... 7.30. -4 NawaIII illegal according to William
n.oo 18 V 3.lIu. Evmlni' -4.'.|.,. "... "........, )prta I -II H.ill wwl P.lac* VarLtr Carnuaul ou-Se'inoi; Material Helps
.,40-* rbotoa-raiin* liOO. -4.I H.... Wcalha. Iport* 11 NawaH4I4 |.HM|-4 tnptOoltolOtaDtO It Cnmady Tim. E Wheeler city building inspec- '
.. Mnvlr, "llii.ry, Illack Unlourhabl.1II JI-II of the I
I N' wathr .nd th* But Not Porotn.s tor The present policy
E..nl., 10 Miivli-, "City "Fan {" .!.. PI I Ih. Deputy ,._" .'...
0I1f11l. ..... commission la only temporary
: II.... ..., Tonla-ht with Johnny Caraon 10.41-in.jg Thai lP. 5poV.paoo K.n.__ to grant I
ilO-II Cur.oi.cii >
'10 00-;.4;,I..Maw ila*, .!nutria.Ond.r Water: lilt II -1'1.T..Haauni III M..*.,.Nlahtwaleb. '"All. Throuuh. -VarlvvjU I Ih* Ntht"1.Utl 1.00.: --4 10,I I Top., 7, I In 10'Snort.II N.w.IliOa a.10, to"n'a" talandar : permits for such ugns Out Art Institute at Tampa

.'10-I* Comai.ntArt" (,IraanBl e.130-4 101... 4.08- Mori No. I I III 0-1 (hamploniblp WraatllntII 11 gunrla. Th.",. However, when a number of existing I

:l&5,0 HiflAdt.ltuISII o Iimntl.pItrlnkloy, frtori :lit-_4 Movl Illaekboaril I iniilp' o'-If, hoots signs were moved to new objects from the museum (On,' "I.
!''j. ,. .. I .tSO- 7 7 Oihfr. World. "l1I, director of
Oo.d.n P5IstaGS. Schmidt
fl'M-4 Wool h.. II NlRht .Ufa. or .id. OoM) Cnaiti4 11.30. 5 MovIe. Jump Into Hfll1 .' Tou.y show location to permit the widening I Stephen attend Ihe paintings waI.UC I ) I 11.", I
,30101. .Itnhp* ) H.port .. --4 N.w.-Walwr, era..... 14 III Movl to Ron," of U. S. I, no permits were applied Martin County Museums' purchased by Mr. and :Mis I it '
i I> Hantk
O :: '.1 N.wa-HuntUr. Brlaklcy Mornlni lima-II, mariitrht. '' Thmtra(,.... ,.., II Morning ,..,ho_ for or granted according ed the Tampa Art Institute in Tam G Lucdcr unit I
I II NSht.:\: Llf. nil Ih. Cold C.... T:00- -4 IVttlrnal. JunrliniiI 1.11-4 Sunrla. feaiMiar.. "Outline of It Wratlln tI.Oa .,41--10 Cartoon: ('apart and Saturday Feb. and prcncntI: ; : '
.:4S .4 *.. W.I.... Cron.'.. \ ,
,, 7 M,ivl Horrulra. Dnrhnliwd in Arm.d .Fort. -II Away1' Pi. I IIi and 29
., 7 -Na llnnttoy, Brlnklry > 28 the Arl Fllnd '
under I h ,
I 'i20' l Champlonihlp' WroillIeI Stuart cicty \I 'I
II Itigho.y Pity.7tdO ,,010.11 N.w. : II.) Drali At Wedncwtay't meeting,
loll haw. CurtiH.n-o.vlll. I l.3t. III! Mivi. Man Mho. I am.4.0l"Vl It' M 10.1.. .'. I He was Inviled to attend! and been set h\ thicicty .
r,00-4 Moth Vally?) Titrt t 1'.WOl 7 too-4 7 K Wlnlr Com. Pt I Garden Club'i attitude was has recently up '
6 H.n............., H..d 1-7 llnlll<.lln* t HolalunaLanaldy! 55olo.l Ma. I It Hanjo bill.t be bring with! him material from collections .
7 Sat. Hllko 10-U lb.| FllntalonH (Color) 7 7. ttt.u. II Mooln. I'lmhoto. that at few ngni as possible
11 Dial Art GranT t' -4 H..hl.l..m.no lit W...... Tbr.).* -: Stat, -4 $t.I. permitted, to that they would notconflict at the Elliott Museum as That Schmidt was! mvitul! i I""> "
.304 ('hronlrk It /'. fark Rarlnit II 1'1... SUNDAYMARCH I Amos.ddndr feel the Seminole exhibits
)7 Th. Vlr.lnlm; 101..1) in-U lionna Mod 7.04-111 Cnmidy.. Tim II II MornlnaPlara..... with I effort to beautify I they tend this institute in I l.impi "i icates ,,'
loll Ad..o...*. of unl) andllarrllt ,iJO-4 fai.word 7>.IS-10 Arm.fl )..... on rarada" 10,00, 4 H nna.yIO.IOI.T the new four-lane highway here arc the best in Ihe stale that there is murisi h. ,
5.? Or KIMara .So.-I Airlcullural. Raport .Mornlniill a.? II., Whoa The Institute plans to use representative -
.. 10 Ill. focused on our area i, on 0111' ,"I Iscums
P.Y.T. 10 II My 1hr Bon 1 Fun Club ,
8:00 4
: ., ., -II N... ..* Waatha material for a big Seminole ,
in.I II Patty link Bhow 00-4 l rr, Maaon 10 Th Urn P tn.rr7t0iI "N.w and on our yuimt'! .III", ".
: .: lo.ll Jimmy lloan Know lotus .Krwuaa MIO-I Farm Aln.ana. 10190-4 I Lova LoopS this
0;30 -4 VIi It lbs 1-,m.n. exhibit they are
10 Th. Farnt.t liauiht.rlOO *:10-5.7 Hru.l (Ci,lor) .too-4 Coral, 0. RanxraAdvantur 7 C.rtoon.II M.r. Crlflln (Color ) TUESDAY-Cosdnsed the Jim Hutthmson Already vL h," "'
-4 B.v.rly" HlllbllinaB7 10-U M.H.Ios Nan I 'fh..,.. ,....JII.u;* 7 Word for Wood (Color) monlh and next Among material a reputation throughout llu 'I"
Eaplonai. 10:00-C: Th. Nun.. 9 Fun Club Cnmaoy Tim. 10 i.un..o** krnl I.t.t-a, Osrrp Mu .. Ph.. he took with him to the
10-II H.r, Canty: H-7 "IVrry Porno 1,11.1 10 Captain Kangaroo 7.30. -4 Cartoon-n-vlll. .II Mornlna PloybisI ) I for M.n I In Wsshioptoot Jim for having excellent collu'11""nx .111 i ,\
1:30_4 Dlek) Van D,.. It-- M..'.., Th..t.. (C.ltl I U M..n,"" Piuphuso t A>rlruhura H.port I too-u MoCo'. Ball T.lr boo. Mutt. show were three paintings! by outstanding museums
1000-4 Danny K... dhow 10-1J Ml Ailam (1.11.i tOO-II "t"tl..O..* II Pan Amo..nI' 5.? l'on'nttrotlofltoll nT Andy William I (tail. .....) (color) Huichmson and! various Scmmolc
I.7 Etov.nlb Hour 10.11 Hid. ('..... IAII.I alit-I: ) tinrt., :: lunrla fli.air* Piln'' la RIght (Color 11-11 Th. FuKltlv
10 Dirk Pow.ll .Ib..... 10.30. ID.. TniM In HportaII ; .,30. -, BIO", An., .'. 0,00, -' 4, ,flo.p.1. ravorlU.' IIHO-4 Lov That Ito. II,_4-I.74.. )i..... 11'...... BBoru CIRCUIT COUR l'
I ( .
12 Channlnf,) Ii PrIOr Ounn lU Ili .. lI..nn. 1-7 Mla.lna- link. (Color) II 1'1. .
11,00. -4-1.7-10 N.wa. W.alk.r. Sport. 1,00--4..1.10 I 1'1.... W..h... Ppnrts 0.00-4 Alvln Hhnw ItulIoinI.In '* lath Th. Obj.. It II.bD..llN.w.. Wo.thop tp.rt.I Carolyn S. Hollowell hHollowcll .". ,,'
N.WI Bill Sha.l.l, 1'1... 10 Cartoon Tin.. Uo.p.1 tar.van: I ,0)Mt..... "Th. N..n", Expect 10 School
II '-
11:11: 4 Mivla. "A.nhob'I ,'0-11 N.... W.h., lip..'. 11 irnlia-" I'layhouaa, ..,,01-11 HlK M.rh.tl.s II::-'., Tonl.h, wIt .oonn, Cm'. uniform rccll'nw.tI ."I
I.30-i Slav. All. Show 1I,21..C I .Mo.I. ,. '''j'tt, Gollrr trnmW..h. till-10 Unela HobOilO Paatlval..cf Faltk N.w.At.rso.taosu.s Teams to Compete Philip (i. Nourse
City .
: U Movl' Montana Polio'
with Johnnv c....., (Color) .. -4 Hupprma
(lonlaht ,
Th.m b-I lIult .nd "....d. (COle,) 7 flreu. loop 7 Your rlrat Impru.lon (Color) \I Btarllmil TaaatraII Evelyn B. Perry RohirtsRashuld \
10 Mnvl* Alwaya Lava II.SO-O Tonl.ht with Johnny CanonParia tall 3rd and 4th
\ 10 P.o.A..riestohA Croon K... ,BO I Movl" April Pcrr\ ,
him'1 III lIonJII till!. sntons Tarafdar umo.,1
I a in 1',10.1 Ch..... II,la-.I Movl th .." .
: .0 .iIIlrn 11..'" Victory 5.itl.t Horn I I. n. I* ...nl.h 101...
11 SO attnrlliht) Mt.. Th.atr.II 10 Mnvl."'ovlto., HolldnyII 10100-C Quirk Draw MoOrawI .,,00-_ Thla I. lbs LU.S Iliao, 4 I...... for fOBvraw 1:0*-11 Nllhtwatek ..... Ten schools are expected to of cloud to title T. C... Honk
: *
.-I llvnur H....,... teuton T.l.mlt 1-7 Truth or Conaaqutnc. Color.) 4.GS -II Movl ------- -
1 OB-II Nlnhtwatea Mori 1.01-11 Nlithtwatoh Six
the High
10 Pan Am.rlr 10.11 F..h. Ino. 11.0tltu&4 in ( Group
lOa0-4 Mlvhtr Mouaa\ - compete
4OH-II Mont.T 4105-13 Movl) ,
aXI. Color 11 Mornlnt Pla nnnaa (blAb" 115)1 WEDNESDAYMARCH
> )
- I :, School Golf Championships at Ihe
"ill-I Tha Ri.o.1 H.art 11,05-54.10 N.w.
i iT i7.rs7i - - Iota Th. Jntaona
I A Y ':30 4 Faith fir Toilay 1.00-4. Lav of Llf* I*
11 too 4 Kin Tin Tin and
St. Lucie Hotel Country
MARCH IIMo..I. FRlnAY i a-7 Dannla th. M."... I Th. Cltniolnph.'o: ,. III Mnvl, Now Vu .ROr" 1',. I M; Port
MARCH U lola Cnrtoonu-a Caapr: Cartoon. 7 JI...lion of Faith II '1 lf>nno...* Krnla Club Friday and Saturday April
... 10 HIM. Talk, 1.01-11 Dbbl I)...* (4... II M..d., ....,,1)
MornlniBant 1I'30-C)4-7 Fury Koy II'' 0.4t-4 Th. LIvlDi WordS Iltl--1 Slur. and ta. Htory Man.. sInsS T...... Show 1 and 4, MtCarty High' of Fort

.00-11(Hama aa Monday IHMtra.....pit) ( aa Monday .,.*aMS4 10 Ansuars rl.... 8arr.d. H.art W.d. Frk loplo Tu.a I Coni|"a .80-4 M..I.. "MI.. Baill' Thomp. Pierce will be Ihe host
Hunriaa 1000, -4 lamp Unto My FntI IhuraIi20 .on"
Himrl.. Hom.'or' "I..".., of I IN /1"/11. .nd C..tlAIt.root.s.. .'altll For Toilay -ll P.t Smith 7Motlp\ "floppy 1lhi"biasb "' The I 18-hole! tournament will he
lOr.; .r. not Hom." 7 Hllll' Hmall Vole. I.ZI. 1'1.'. A W.... world
,..OU- -III lltttrloo, 'rhootrol.aO1I 10 1.rolnalantVomMp' Hour 1.30A.: U>. World ''J'vo. played} on the 6,547-yard SaintsCourse

RCAVICTOR"Living Mo. te35-a, Look Uo ana U.. 7 Girl. l.lk. Afternoon The three low scorers andfirst
9:00--4 Moth. "T....... Rihrl) 12,00-4 Sky KInK' I Bl'. PIctur. II Monday Matlnr ((5._ M Monday ..awtlltll .
7 M.. .,.. "Th* HandnaJuilK." o 11.1".... 1'.1.. 7 Hi"nal Hunt Ii4, _I II. My C.u .t-.DI..ua.l let .-I Motto. 'Th. F.a., War two teams automatically qualify -
.|30- I Cooklnf, Who uaaAftamoMl Youth and th. I... ID Hlhl Talk 1,00, -4 Pa..word for Ihe State Tournament at
Ov.rlnnd Trail.lit
10 LnllKti Pnifll 11 tOO-4 Cam-ra IMovl &.7 1.)'. M.v. a D.al (Color) 1:00: -1 .
Color" TV 11 thlldi-ana: .. IttttrI0tO.4 Movlr. 1h. lug I'imrh Winter HIves two weeks later c\
(Hum. Manila .... 5 Ham li' 10-1* Mows ., W.IU
.pllIIIS t.roo"I
aa ? JO-4 Movl. r
.. Tho Thre Stotia10t504 7 Tit I 'I.. HX asoH., ....
rartt enter teams of four
Girt'5,45s Expecled to
I Mont. ''I Ci>nf.a. Miami Matin* 10 Jffwlah" Wor.hlp Hour 1-1 'Ph1 0..0.. M. l "00'" and tho
liOO10 Mob, "''Ill W. Pot Amiln I Hilllwlnkl (C.il.rl II .rirat Baptl.t Chun* II D., In 0.... PkoU..ratihBvnlnf' boys each are: Stuart Vero Beach
4 30, 4 Movl.. "II Hhoul.l llHinwn .I.I la I.'"itt I... of r"lth 11.30. -4 Ul.lv. .r[ Miami Workukoa a.-..., N.... ; Satellite Beach Eau Gallic, Cocoa. Bov or Girl For a gift that will
\011" 10 Ill.......I.. In tklrnr. 5 Moot 10 Llaa. Howard and WoailrVa N.., ;
)uob',. 'Ilt.htnlnw Port).. 'Foit.t4O'6 ." II Amrlran Bandaland' C Pil..oIIll.. tiOfr' 4 To tail th. 1'.... 'lOO-4-1 Mows Upon.' W.athw DcLand P.ikilka Daytona> Beach he really ipprui.itt.iJ ,
$, Mn.tor Sotoiflons lli3B, -ID lie...... I 10 Moos tn. 1110.1-1.. S-7 Urvtta Youna I Nowa and WwtthID : Mainland! and D.iytona Beach I send flowersb7t4dLeeUt '!
(:48--I rUhlnn- I :00-n.7 r:xplnrltifIII 11'11)S.n.loro Omsthes and ".11 G...... HoaplUla Mob!* at aix, Kmth n, Flying
10 t I..nn. hanirapIt I Itu lull.. .2 -4 N... Baunra. Seabreeze, ai well as host Mc- I
....bl".. W..th., RooMs :> My'IIFjndll: rlltka 3,30-4 Edu. of NIght sm-PCtmnont. Carty High II '
Bvanlnf I.JO- I 10 Atom. .., Handatanrl Alt..... 5.? You lomo 110, 10..10.) eilS, T B.a Runt I !
13 Know Ynir filth Ia-Ia (Itt.. 1,, Doy It Kwa. W"'.". ISO. ...
ItOO-4.5, N.... W.". it .-
BporW. 11,00-4, R.ou. It : .
... I
100B Ih.
I 1'1..... W.ulh.r, Plno. 4 00-4 o.crt all II 1'1... 'I <<
7 Witch Mr Wliard Frontier (Cirri.. I Mntoh (to.. .|JO-4 1'1... TELEVISION & RIDIOTROUBLES V ; "
10- M..I.. (3111 fOr_Conquot'. _!_'t._ I.. 11 Hltihwar Patrol 7 Comply Matlna. 7 Mlck.y MOUM Club > 14otIov.Itrlnhtr, B.p.rt /UIP..aeM..,
"H. n 1,30, 4 Hi,Id, JournayIt 10 A Vi.. World loll Major A :lanti. 'TVallntaaUr4.3O 10 Bunrfoot ? I ::)

-Pk.RF KMANU ?ItOVED- ('h.m.hl.' Wraatllnit 11 Ch.II."... Oilf -4 Movte "laiaan tlnda a Son' 12 la.Klnu farad ('SI.', \T '--tl Ol'V I 7 ....... ... .....
7 ('I'amplon.hlp Bowlm.in 11,311-4 Am t ur HoopS > 1\1 n k. It.... for Dadcl. ,411-4 ._#al...t C.......* RENIALSIHJN'r :
\ VINCENT'SJEWELERS .11 (Chnllfiiit. Golf; Color) Knotllnht, on td.ic.tlon: 7 Movie. "'laland I In Ih* Pity 11 Mwa-Huntl.r. Brlnklcy : E OCEAN eiVP, 4TUA3T J JI
11 0-7 Mnmanta nf S 7 Ih. Rkel ... I ,
RCA VICTOR "n. II-II Major Ad. Trallaiaatat ,110-4 D atk V." Day TV & API'IJ \NCE
a 00 4 Hurfild SI.I 11 Iwn Iron.I 4:OS-I N... (1 Hu.kWb.rrT Hound ql-AT. '1 C?
Chamnloniihlo WrwtllnaII I llluhwav Patrol loot Am.rlo.n N....land I Srrieant lilt., :a I-:.\s'r MKtl HIM I.tVARI" I : __
l offer a Mpirln. Hl/ hJt,h,. ItOO 4 Hhhlry, l.mpla, .,100-I Duiwrman II I>lal! Art Qr..
ONE-VEAR WARRANTYon :306: W.Jt". n Th. Anawar 10 Woody Wooilpoky ,,:30-4 CBS Rrporta -
(liud Thratr 7 tombat II Loll Tim. ..T Hallmark, Hull. of Ftunr
all part including: your color 10-11 Prof... "nal! llowlma. Tour II) Pror.ialonal. Bowllnt ':30-10 ABO N... I.-1J liouio i anil fort,..
t, loom>ro>i>ry aCII-18 Mahlnn. ", ..tbor. IportaSB5 100, -It-It Patty Duk Show
picture tube! l.tIll-.hlj' M'. Want to Know ; -) Thla I. lbs Story ti30: -4 T.ll It To Th. Camera YOU WILL ENJOY
EXCLUSIVE SALES & SERVICEFRANK'S IHO-' 7 Pmath.r. and Holland Report Enalni Kl-ll 'Th. Farmor'a [>","hI..* THESE
1 F.liioallon
1130-- HlHitlMit on
5,00.-u: lUmrly
I 11 Chamnlonahlp. Flowllnc .,00-4-1 Nwa.' Woatbar.' Sport| t.1 Th. 1101.
,00.-0 Hlhln TolieouraaII 7 Nws. WrstlmrIa 1.\1 It.O CIOt7
TV flrU.no. AllOt',,. Movl Mix. "Roua-hly Sntaklni" 5.10-I Dlek Van Oyk.
1,ZS-10.II 1'1... 11 Sport* So... I*-II Our Man HlaklnaOiOO
APPLIANCES 6 t 2':10-4 Hnoita Biwclal. F,aluraID .10-18 Comm.nl -4 Danny Kay* Uhow BABY
and InnliihtII ':lift-4 Four 8tu (part* I-? Bllevonth Hour,,
for I Lmirl. and E.. 10 N..., Walbr' Sport* III Dick Pow.ll Th.atr.
IIttodqllartel'l 3'oo- .: Kt.ttoIs ) II 1'1... 13 Chootinillee44.7.1SN.w.W.atho
"Living Color" TV l Mnvl.. Man Who Cam I.t'lnnr' I:2 .24. W.athar BURGERSor
No-8111 ,h.d.1II
725 Colorado S,10-7 NBC 1'1.' ... Bnaor 0,30, -4 1'1... I,25-4 Mnvlr, UpautKul' Hlonda
Watches Diamonds CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 7 Not, N... Enoor!: I HuntUty.Mrinkl.y. Report (rum ll..hful Bend
"'.... W..
II Top RIO. th'twlitt5 7 'hot ll.ao7: fonl.ht with Johnnv Canon
Silver AC'IO SIS 4:IMV-4 Ev.nil.ilf>l II Nlffht LII. on ha Gold Ooaal 10 Movlo, Action In lh. North
Ii l-7) Won.l.rf.il World at flolf ':45-4 Nawa-Waliai cruuaii Atlaiitlo''
II 1.1."... All H'... J-7-N.w_Huntl.y, Bdnkky U aHarlllhl Thcatr
287.1878OSCF.OIA .30-C T..ntl.'h Ontiiry II N.-Ron Co.)...
AVENUE RADIO STATION WSTU 7 1'1... Orl.... Golf Toumammt 7.00-4. Mr. rdH :
EACH MONDAY 7:15 P.M. 10 PloiiMr Jimmy 8ulcklan4 Show
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JUPITER NEWS ; New High School Plans Party Held for Derby i 111u"dllYtanh! -12.---I\I.\ f.<4- -,MPIONFrR -

MRS. ANNA MINEIR, CormpoodeDl Pboa. 74W643 I Presented to PTA Has $$2,000 Goal Mrs. Murray ; Winners Listed I ( AT IIO ROSIDIMIS PI 1\1. ::

,.- '''I '.....,...... Mrs Mary Murray wai t h e I he ( lib Vouts, Pack 11 *. gathered
J < I John Remson of the Pdm Beach I emalicn; and Mrs \. Wood. eighth I The Red ( loss |lfl\t. !tor IY( 4. honor uiest at her home on I.oahaK \' I .,it t iheir, lort Akela in Kiwams Harry P, Jackson piomei r "s"
up ter Flower Show !1 ('oiinn lloaid, of Educilion pre I and tenth grade hnglish" of which Mis Sim A Stephens is hee: Drive last week when : Rureational! Park last 1 Saturda dent since IVI4 is rccupcniini. i"'
--------------------_. senud thi plans 'lor Jupikrs new John Martin ailing count ), chairman' : opened' Saturday!: with a. Mislanard Murray entertained I \ tor the second anruial I Pincwixxl St Mary s Hospital from ,i ci"m..'
high: school :toH\ ,parinls: and I 'superintendent said that many pi r coffee tor .,ill captains anil workers ,it lea for her Among those IXrlnI he suffered Tuemlnv mormnii'

Orchids UK hers it a recent PTA meeting I the extras needed lor a modem I at I lequcsta' Country Club celehriiing/ Mr*. Murray's eightyloinih 'I he mulli-coli>red miniature Mr, Jackson s two sons. "Mil I IJaikwm I'
1 Mis. Richard school lell until I Miss 1'.11,1\ n Hlttch. cxecumc Mrs. Shcr
Display Prior to his talk high are being I hirthday were racers rm heal alter bent on the
( oar president of the PTA, explained later becauseof lack ot fund. director ol the I'.ilin Beach C ,'unI nun\ diirett of Stuart.; Mn Earl hrlIt"1 yraviK track until finalwinners of Hollywood, md AlhnJ (.
ty Chapter, spoke' to the team. The Mn. Don Jackson of Apollo Hoich, "uat "
the new honors; awardssponsored Low Bills, member ol 1 thi I DeVnmeof Cocoa, were determined Raccn
I by the Beta C tub The hoard, and Jack Wilson direetoi, commute: *' md worker* will curr) I aid 1 1 led, and Mn. Mv Brcck-: I were made bv lather-son learns his sulc Tuesday Mrs. MelvVhilascll In
Breath. Taking Sight members then voted SUM to buv of school plant planning, were also out this uars drive in memory 1 \inruttie ol' Riviera Bjsach, Mn nml the Imals' showed, these winners \ of Wallingford, Pidaughter h"
the pins and certificate used in preMntMr ol Mr and Mis smart McComh. Harold Miller ami her mother, arrived fnesdiy' im'Mr !
the awards syrtcm Mrt. ( oar also : Rcm on complimented l tftl, who were ..h,1I1 men last year and Mis" i ook, MI'I. lean Anderson I t Donald Kennedy Jr won the Jackson is improving hut MVhitcscll ''''
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.I. L. went o\ir ( In' nearh athotisund \ will remain lor son "
Citizen 'eiuota Mr Adam Kro
result of Committee MMachool ol Islam). !* .
'"* j"ruens icu the way into Mrs Byron Simons, Palm Beach announced that a* a Jupiter lor Singer pack championship Den first place
the I Palm| Garden Clubs Mrs Homer Quinn, Boca Raton: action taken at the Palm Beach on their hclplulncs* in I doll,us Thisenrs quoin per .uul, Mrs Jack: Doran of RIVI- winners were: dreg I iimlriim, Id- tune
tenth annual Flower Show, Calaniondins I Mrs. Ivan Van Horn Belle; Glade; ouni.il Council of PTA parent bringing the new high school into' it 52.lItlCl( ), en IKach: Mn R. C. Damon die Shcpard. Tommy' Pastridgc.Kobori .
hearing gloriously, gave Mn H B. Swinglchurst, Stuart:, I who wish to do so may purchase its prtMnt tage, He said that by Volunteers :assisting this year Mrs HiHiiice Scavev. Mn. Henry I ovelv Randy! H.irvill, Kenneth \RRIOUSI Itlt 'I IOARCADIV
the Honda touch lo Rood'* displa I Mrs. Henry Jachim Lake Park, text! books" Fuilher detail mahe\ the time the nc" school" is oy ain are Mrs Kov S KooJ. Mrs Waiter n"III"! (Charle T Paugh, Scott, Aliut Moschtra, Dan 52-4H
while Cour. I9hs. work will !huvto 1.alhr"plr': Harry Finlav. Mis Harric P Mrs Kelly 11nld .
\ the tropics and my*. and Mrs. W A Gcsncr Jensen; obtained: from Mn. September Phipps. un. Hilly Pirnon, Di>nolil Arcadia overcame Jupiiir s \\ ,uriors
!Mrs. \\ K. H. !Kin C H
ten touehed the paths and sculp Beach I The Jupiter High School chorus begin on enlarging it lor additional 1IlInc I: OilesbMn( Fnrl Wilson: Mrs, Kcnnedv Jr Steve Alhin.'' and in an overtime hiiik' .,ii( ,IMm,,
ture in nick dladwms garden entertained, with three concert se- pupils who '\ill be already I Johnston Jr. Mis Robert Harp Mattha. Stone. Mn, Thomas. Vail I Mark \\alkerDm Beach: High Ciym j I Il'Id.1' "m hi
The panel of evaluation fudges B, for facilities. Mn. Marian, c Ii ug, Mn, CieorgeBowdcn Mrs' .Irl, | schlack*, Mnurnci second .
I his years show, I lectioiinlrod s Principal H Swvers registered new I I t I plict winners wereMichael : putting Jupiter out ol llu' MIMM' '"n
Mrs. :
"Symphony were Kenneth MontgomervVest Airs F'red Flsnesser d Mr Mrs lohn Chesney, Mrs, MrsI I Dhel Cinnn*, Mrsdeoii'i ,
ol Spring turned I the iced three new memhcis a n Bishop I I uiulnim! Rickey Robertson for C lasi I II championship. I h,'
auditorium at Salhaven spacioun \ Palm Beach; Mrs (). H Ilhe lellch"g, statf. Jan Bussill. m- Robert Lowdcrnulk hostess committee Paul SIIlh'r.II' ( race SawvcrMn Call, Mn \\illiam\\inler. deorge Mielor. Peter Sawyer, tcore win 124HOMIRP ,
into a bow Spenser" Jensen Beach, and Mrs M"f.flit. ot refreshmcnls llihcrl'' Hliolt, Mr Dun'' Mrs and Mrs, KIck '
er ol' bloom dlllnal I arts teacher; Miss were in chirgc Albertcgner. Itiewbukcr. Mitchell U Neil,
A maypole graced I T. H. Ward, Pompano Beach I math- J Harden, Mrs deorge Park, Mrs \\illuim, Hill all of Jupilcr' I I ,
the el'nlh and eighth grade Dicwiight Jeffrey Woloslagle '
center ol' the room with exquisite Hostesses for the two-day show --------- ---- -.- --.-- II K., Beek, Mrs. Stuart Marsh, Mrs 11111'1hlSIt'lIe was also I Danm durnse>'. Sieve Pelkas, ( l) J} \\

ot' the' ribbons irrmgcmenls/. ut the ends were Mrs James Kelley Mrs HR Mrs. (',iloh ( hristiun, Mr Fred I honored at a "irlhI.IY ten I last t (nejnrPorts/ ami Dennis krum The Presbyterian) ( hunh" 111.
eirried Individual arrangements Wilson, Mrs Jack Robson. Mrs. i Bridge to Stay Open to Wen Mrs K N. Ciavlord Mrs." week In her daughter. Mrs. I\'nrll Den third pi'ice winners were: Ihc-Pme pre' en I i s ",'
color ni' the theme out ihe gujeiy and William Fnglcmann, Mrs. Wilbur Priink Hllhl''IIIr Mever I Idkowii \\ ,ikon and her diiiighier-m i Brian ('rooks. dury Robson. Rohm Along" concert on Snnd.i\ ,ll1er.
Oldham, Mrs Henry Seifert, MnJ /. Mis I.inics Pavne, Mis Mis \', D Stone, at the \\ ilsonhomo ( 'ituev. trieunic. John Drewhaker noon with the comhnu i h 1\,,, .
I he breath'taking display of the R Wilson! Mrs Walter Paschall. : Traffic Till April 20 0 (JIV.NI.lr, A, I I" Petwock i I on (he Loiahatchee( River III. hrank I alkenbcrrv. Kurt Of I'illy voices taking p '' i
showy."is the hanked orchids set Mrs. Beatrice Scavcy. Mrs. Ci BMondm. Mrs. David Hiihhn, Mm II. I F I M.,m\ friend called dining I the Krumni 1 Doug/ Kcnneilv PdwardKeiuik
in moss, md terns against the dark Mrs Carl Schlacks. Mrs, lCJ1klll"r, Kobcrt Langdon, ill,'rnoonlGIIIIK. D. William ,
Aldndgc Ccjnier The of Jiltn ni"" 11
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curt.mis ot' the stage long sprays I J. D Hardy, Mrs Kelly Oglesh). I Action on Imhts for Ihe bridges wooden on each bridge at the COM Mrs. K. I dli' ,Im Sr. Mn. Sam and Ramh! Henry. Tel Aviv port, m one ol ilu' ..1.1 i .1 i .'1'1' ,
ol phdieiiopsis and the Fire Department at the of $190 each lor the L' S. No. I II Mis ARim ISMi "
literally a shower Mr*. R. A Dicdnch Mrs Howard Stevens Ion I aliberle.. Mrs n \ Don fourth place winner* were: the world md i 111'1.i I h .
ol oreh',Is. with Cattlcya Dcndrobium Morton Mrs Roger Swint, I Town (ouncil meeting were oxer- I bridge and $190 lor the AIA I brkttfo\ Robert I I. I 1\\11\1', Mn Leonard ami Mn, It J. tulpm. Hill-, Michael Anderson Michael Miller the in seaport from vthkh, Iii. 11.1,' ,
md x mdas blending while Mrs A. Mrs K M!. shadowed! by the welcome an- 7uchowski, Mrs Jack Rohson
Walerbury were set in motion. The cost of i'ni i Drive, announce the arrival I ouis 7avuletli Michael MeAiinich Cal Jonah net sail
yellow .,mil orchid shades made an Home, Mrs Lyman Austin Mrs noum" emrnt Of Major Jack Rob Mrs John Duliois. Mn. V (' lonnil.i t /vchowskiil
be ol. the. necoml daughter Philip -
unloitteii, .,ihle son Hut. ihe repair work on the I maintenance to the tow n will Oiodhey, I\t 1John !Sutton' I Ji
picture Andre Mims, Mrs J. Howard C ox(, 1'" Kaon I ch 28 a wanddaughlerol hum Dales Jr, Arthur Williams
The dreen dremlim," the Jun101 Mr, Edward Pearson and Mrs. AIA I bridge!: had been postponed I $4 per pole, t ommissioner Cor- I Mrs I F, \V .irner Van/andt, Mrs Mr and Mn: Wilbur: Oldham;:; : III. dar\' Prior Hurl lowermilk.

diulen, ( lub exhibited attractne Vernon BirongRepublican. Following the Mate Road Depurtmuus .i win md. rVatnec Sii\e\" Mn Thomas" Chip' I loukes, and! Jimmy Jones, RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
lump g.lrdcl1on slabs driftwood notice that the bridge.I The U, S. I bridge/ which hut ll.iMrs' All,,' Hunter. Fit Miuh HUM: \\nTnTRFKenneth : I IIN place heal \\innC'rA ere L1CCNSE
a lI1d colorfully)' painted cof- would I t'c e-losed for a' week from been dedicated lo Johneigler.. ell ami Mrs |uia Hams. R. Coombs, airman Hill, Picrson. I Icming rU\\I.es. ('lIh.11111ler DURING ma
tee' ..ins M I., and Faster baskets Trio !S a m to 4 p m. t ommiMionerHtrold I.I
e iy) Rob- Jupiter' first minor, will he mm Iced AirtHORm: M'OKK i iABOUI third, cII"h.I: hint 'been home I andrum mid Walt Scott \\BIRJHMOHJH
Corwm and
Were1 \\l'iI I done and H Mayor I
I Second h1I1A iI1l1'r"A
corsages with a memorial plaque IOIF1S on leave for Ion day*. Hew In Of- place ert'
Were displayed Assisting the juniors March 19A son uoi t ,m touch with the Slate I' lull Air force liase Omaha. Neb,, Don Kennedy. John Albin, Fd
Speaks will
weie Mrs, dunnar Meulangriehl Road! Department and obtained a Voter registration hooks Mrs Nels Holm of Pompnno'Beach Sundaloomhi wan formerly stationed ('rooks. and 1.es llamillI .
Mrs John Wilson. Mrs KM sti\ until April 20. after the end close March 14 U was announced member ol the African Violet at dreenvillc, S. C I he Cubs expressed special( GA STOUAGHWARHIIOIASB
Home. Sr Mrs. William Lewis mass meeting for all voters of the \cI\n.: The town Is to erect and candidate for the municU Socie'tv, was the gucHt *pcaker thanks lo the Judges' / : C uster t (imp.Id .
and Mrs, I olmcr Sorenson is planned for 8pm. on March I blmkirs and caution signs to slow pal elections must 4"h'htlore:, : at the ivolers Palm Harden Mrs. John Ilirdy Alternate Miller. R, M Dukes, Dusty"
First place winners among the 19 at Jupiter School Auditorium 'the Il'nfllc over the ailing draw- noon March 24si. Club meet i mi :luesdav at River' A I A, and Mn, I loyd Goldsmith, Rhodes Alden Moschcra and
Green dicmlms were Mike, Har- when the Republican candidates I bridi'c, I side Onvi Community, Hall.ll Pine drove Avenue, were called! I Don t aifcher: Storage by the
din Becky Chase, lesona Philpot, for governor will make a special II Commissioner Corwm reported jinrs MOIIIIRSIN wan announced that the board to I ancasler Pa on I riday "by 1 the trophies were awnrded at
Mary Falkenherry, I ynn Lassitcr trip to Jupiter They include: to the meeting that the cost of I CARDS. n MISSi of director! l11l'tllnll1111 be held :the illness of't thoir si ister, Mrs Puna the annual:: lilue and Ciold Ban- DayVcck
and Michele McPhilomy Charles Hollcy I St Petersburg. Ken I lights I tor Ihe bridge i a* planned Judes Christian Mother March 1 K(. .,it. the home of Mrs Klugh quit on Saturday. March 7Mr .
Blue ribbons Folks, Orlando, and H B FosterFort was a I prohibitive $'W each Further celebrated coming St, Patrick'! 's Day Henry Snun' on Riverside Olivelloste'svs I Month Year
the Hurnlum
m artistic arrangements plans, depending on State lor Tuesday' meeting I ance I Ilt'h and Allen
Mycn and Mrs J.1I11CHeffron
division went to Mrs with a gtda card and game parlyat Marine An ('adehho ate Malioned -
Road permits, to install I SID IDHNIItJRK: &
Department Mrt A I L drein. Mrs
of drand Mich, Ihel1uel.
for Junior Citizen Riipuls were
P. Sunrise Serenade Plan* a dessert bridge on Jimitc'r-Tequcsta
Shirley Floyd ; l'cII lIcnla, recently spent
lour concrete pole and one : K A Diedrich., Mrs, J. W RobM in APPIIXNtISAH :
of Mrs llelfron's msicn,
; Mrs! R C Hansen, Wood March 31 were also completed at s buildingThe a five-day leave will) I ane,', parents
the executive board meeting of the I ---- land: Mrs Wilbur Oldham, "Gar I (hnslian Mothers arc taking Mr and Mrs. John I 11'h, "Pen-
J Wilson
Mrs I K
den:" MIR.. A. Diedrich and Jupiter Republican Women Club MRS. ROY HOODSKREIAKNllir part in the Sprmu last 1 Const I II nock Point!. They arc enuring basic Alhrecht__ _- last:__wtek__..n, -
!Mrs. He-nrv Scifcrt 'Holiday" at the home of Mrs A L. Johns AStRKRCHRISIIVN Deanery meeting ut the oloniielcs 1lit.... KIMB\fi7 High! ) (raining on their return

In the horticulture division! Mr. rud recently Mrs Fred Michael, : 'I II.AC1IIRS Hotel on March 18 Also many I (;.IIKSI' 01 HONOR In Iho base !
Beatrice Scave 's newly elected president, announced ''of the women of St, Judo's Parish NO INCOMK TAX WORUIILS!
tpiscia was
> given that Ihe bridge parly will be The tenth annual convention will attend Ihe second annual re- Mn R M Klmhall of W i n I Mrs iithcrinc Saillard of
orchid an award of merit, as was an. held at Riverside Retirement Com of the Southeastern State Christian I Ire,it at theCcneeal Retrrat House I Chester, Mass., was- the guest of Wa> nc, N, J who has been the Contact:
ot Mrs R A Diednch's
munity Hall at I p.m. to raise leac-hcrs I cllowship! was held I in I antana on March 20-22() I honor at luncheon and bruise at guest of !Mr, and !Mn I olnier! Sorenson -
The sweepstakes ribbon went to funds to send the club's delegate. on the campus: ot Bob Jonas University the Loxahutchce River Road home I 'lor Iho past I two weeks. returned '
Mrs. William Whitman to the National Republican Wom I in Cireenville, S. C, r t I 01' Mis. A I L Johnsrud on lucsiliv I 'to the north Suiuluy, Miss ALICE C. SMITH
Judges for the show were Mrs en'* convention in Washington on centlv MIIIIVM S. MeCAHN I hose prcM.nl were Mrs R, i "lInn1I.lIIure ol Riviera Hcach
R L Albertson, Mrs Roy ABur. April KIOMr Mrs. Donald Smith and Mrs. William, Samuel McCahn.. longtime S. Br,>wn, Mrs, ( hurle S"eeney. wan idso a guest at <;urenonlur
Mrs. Ray d Bchm, Miss Roy Rood represented the Jupilei resident of Jupiter, died Thursday and .Mn. Nathan llowcn ol' I'alm the weekend LICENSED TAX CONSULTANT '
Celia Grant, Mrs Palm Flcmker, and Mrs Frank Stisser of Christian School at the conference I Inllowing' a long illness, He Ilea..". Mrs. Valor iirknlglon!! olDclny
Mrs. tdward Hcnnquez, Mrs Wayne Pa, and Mr and Mrs and Mrs Rood was elected I is suvived bbin wielow. lady Beach; Mrsfrncst\ Vinand I MISH Malmdii Mincar spent last \ AT 7.0M08
Frederick W. Kcsslur Mrt R J, John Stephens of Norwood, Pa, to serve t'de: next: two year* .,.rM Nadme MeC aim o f I'metreeDnve / and Mrs. Domild Iliman ot wetkend with her grandmother, (OR \AR1PFl: BOX 336, PORF SAIFRNO, IIORinV
'>Scverson, and !Mrs. Ravmond spent several day with Mr and .< rctary-W' .liurcr of .the confer. Services; I were held! at I lake Jupilcr, ami IrW S Mcrshon Mrs, I V, M incur, at her home ,

Ii| : 1 hayer. all of West Palm Beach, ]Mrs A L Joh."rudlhi8. past week. -cnce. -- .- I Worth I'uner"i. Home on Saturday. ] 'ot f lainuiklur! t I lu.:. ____ ._ _''un. --Palm- Point----- ---. --






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THURSDAY, M1RCII 12. 1964Published Friendly Season r b + .F. '' !n k, .

...., 01 .L"t'f.. ,

( every Thursday at 111 East- Ocean Boulevard, I Is With Us

: Stuart, Martin County, Florida as I':1

: Entered M aecond-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida

:_ MEMBER OP: Politics Perks :

THIS IS the friendly season There i is u i
air of goodwill everywhere. Nobody need i r,
: be lonesome. One voter reported to The New

= GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor that he stuck out his arm to make a Iclt tun I"

LARON H, CAIN, Advertising Manager and shook hands with two candidates for conn

:: ty commissioner: and one for governor
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two years .

$8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rates)

Anywhere else In U,S.A., $5,00 per year, two year>> $9.50\ ALL Tilt: candidates: are so friend)
that you risk the chance: of falling into the Ira r
Six months $2,75, three months $1.7.5 I
Canadian that they are all good candidates: That i is a
Foreign and rates on application
fatal mistake, There is only one good cm I.

didate for any office and all the others ar

bad candidates:

If You Haven't Bothered to Register .
I THE TRICK is to make each cundidat, "

think that you think he ,is the good candidate: !
., You May Be Sorry Some Election DayA particularly the winner. If you can't: do that; "

at least be careful: not to let any candidali ; ; "

suspect that you feel that his opponent ha i 7: : :! ;, : :; / ,. "
host of newcomers to Marlin County, to ask to be registered as an Independent because any good points : ( ,

including sonic who have been residents!) for they don't I have any candidates: in the II.STJR'S'PR'OC
have bothered but, if hard headed
three or four yean not toregister primaries you arc you
MANY YEARS The I Stuart News mad RIFtS: AT bl'IISLET'S
ago l C SIONF: \MNC
so that they will be eligible to take can have your way.
the mistake of f saying that two candidates foi r
part in the elections. After you have registered as a voter, you
the same office were wonderful
This fact was brought to our attention bya should also register as a freeholder because men.
suggested that Martin County fortunate
former campaigner for a school post t. who there arc some elections involving bonds and was
In that, whoever was elected, would have LAUGHA
told us that she found "a disappointingly large taxes in which only freeholders (owners of
fine clean honest representation Both
number of nonvote1in the new subdivisions real properly) can vote candidates
They just don seem to be interested It Folks who have retired here should be !-the one who won und the one whodidn't .. J.. JIIIL
win- so mud at that neither
shocked me," she laid, "to find that their right in front of the voting lists Issues are con got us A man never really knows what
has spoken to us since:.
American heritage of the right to vote meant stantly coming up which affect their future. he can do until he tries to undo

nothing to them As we continue to grow, there will be more what he has done-Rotator. Livingston -

Maybe some of the non-voters do not and more matters that will involve the retiree AND 1IIE public' got mad, too With TexPatient's .

know the requirements They are very simple. taxpayer's pocketbook, his peace of mind and two good men running, it was difficult to .

first, you must be twenty-one and an American whether the urea in which he his chosen: to know which to vote against, Most Martin wife: "Is there any

citizen: lived in Florida one year and In live will become better or worse, His vote County voters will not vote at all unless they hope Doctor"

Martin County six months. may well decide: such things That is-if he are voting against: someone Doctor: 'Depends" on what vou
for Bulletin
are hoping -
Next, at some period when the registration Is registered
buryport) Mass
books are open-they arc currently open for Don't delay Some time in the next three IT USED to be that we were extremely ,

thirty days from March 5-you drive or walkto weeks preferably this week go to the forthright in staling whom we were for and A lad once asked Mozart how e s .y s lds ya ,

the office of the Supervisor of Registration, supervisor's! office. It will be open from 9 to whom we were against Now we limit our to write a symphony Mozart said.

Mrs. Zola Blakcslcc, and affirm your desireto 12 In the morning and from 2 to 5 in the expressions about the candidates: to Mmm "You're a very young nun Why

become a Florida voter, Muting whetheryou afternoon You dont say Is that a fact What do )you not begin with ballads' ,

wish to be registered as a Democrat. a Exercise your greatest American privilege: know," The aspirant urged, "You composed -

Republican or an Independent. It is very billy be eligible to vote. symphonies when you were .. 3Mr
WE BELIEVE it is much better to let ten years old. Iv
"Yes," replied Mozart "but I s
them their merits
express in our advertising
didn't ask how !' Heartbeats.
columns: After all, when the candid.ties pay w

What Has Happened to South Fork of must to tell really you mean what's it. good about them they Estancia. N. M

Friend: Mas vour son s edu- xr ,r ,,,,? all
cation proved of real values"Father
EACH CANDIDATE is due at least one : "Yes, indeed, It has
St. Lucie? Time Find OutWhen
High to
informative biographical sketch in The News, entirely cured his mother of bragging

After that, he is on his own We will tell about him.-Bulletin, Par-

where and when he born, his church ramatla, Australia,
Dr. J, B, Henshall, author of the As Leonard Edwards reported to the liank was
"Book of the Black Bass," visited Florida in Walton L ,igue the other night: "Jimmy lodge and prior occupations-but it is up to .
him to do the promising. Boss: "I I told to do this a
1878 he wrote glowingly of the marvelous bas Cleffi and I cast t the shores for at least three you forgot
month ago, and you say you
fishing""on the South Fork of the HalpatiokeeRiver miles without seeing a fish-except for one YOUR VETERAN candidate i is hard to What would you say if I forgot ._.AM. 1 .1 Md. .: 1
gar The water was clear, I made another "
to ?
fool The other day when llaydon Burns pay your wages OIF l 10 NEW YORK Workmen cut a thirty-four foot oak tree into shippable parts at KruegcrsNursen
He caught eight and ten-pounders on the trip all the way to the headwaters without seeing Clerk: "Tell you at once sir-
\ upper waters of what is now the South Fork a fish, was here in his race for governor he was being not wait a month and then makea tor transshipment u the Orchid show in New York City, where Mrs Patricia Kiernan useda

t of the St. Lucie. What happened to the fishing Nobody introduced to a courthouse official when he fuss!"*-The Hub, North Hunt- Florida lunglc I' I t background for her Candlelight Restaurant orchid exhibit The tree was reassembled

t t Since that time, many of the world's knows-but it is high time to find out and, if broke away and singled out a !little, inoffensive erdon. N. J. ) for the show .. '" .. _, . _
most noted anglers described the pleasures of necessary, to restock and restore this former meek voter on the fringe of the crowd. --- -
He shook hands and made a great to-do over In the cloak: room one man said -- --
flyfishing and bait casting for bass and snookon wonderful asset,
him That voter j is one of a family of fourteen to the other, bxcusc me, but do Formula to Stop Underwater Sales
one of the most beautiful streams in The State Game and Fresh Water Fish
brothers and sisters i all over twenty-one and you happen to he Mr Smith of ..
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a deep-water, fish-filled, winding Commission should send in a team of biologists "
of them married, and Newcastle?
ten Haydon spotted
jungle river. and make a and find out why what "
survey "No, I I'm nol! the man answered
him 1 hat's real
at for
Will Dilg, the founder of the Izaak Walton was once described as the finest bass fishing a glance a pro you. brusquely Kidd Addresses

League of America praised the South Fork stream in America" is now a fishy desert "Oh er well," Mammcr- Taxpayers;
flyfishing in the Mid-Twcnties, Fishing writer What could: have happened Were the WE HOPE Ih it the Democratic Executive cd the first man, "you see, I am,

after fishing writer "extolled Its wonders In the fish killed off by insecticides: ? Diet salt Intrusion Committee will sponsor open air rallies for and that his overcoat you're putting

following decades. lake a deadly toll Did the stream the coming: primary No candidate can really on.-The Powder House, Sees Bright Future Here

And now the fishing is negligible No one "have its throat cut" by diversion of headwater get warmed up speaking within four walls Exeter. N. H.Federal.
knows what tributaries of headwater ? and under a roof. What we need i is bigger -
happened U started declining a or drainage swamps

few years ago Professional! guides first began These are only speculations. We look to the and better barbecues, fish fries and rallies like TaxesIn William R. "kidd executive director ,- John E. Friday president, said Mrs. Joseph Verner Reed said

commenting on the fact that they made trip Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission to survey we used to have downtown in Stuart when of the Internal Improve that the directors 'questioned the that "it is a great tragedy for (he

after trip without their clients getting a strike. the facts, and, hopefully, to tell us whether all the candidates spoke from the express shed men) Fund (the 1.1 I I Board) Tallahassee. wisdom" of the Committee of 100 town of Stuart that they are going
State Were
Local: fishing experts reported the same results the condition can be correcled.I platform. said that it is strictly up in negotiating semi weeks ago to allow billboards along U S I '

to each city and county m the state with Embry-Riddlc Aviation School County Commission cnairman
\\E HAVE HAD some classic: speeches at $$2,031,000,000 as to whether it wants underwater for a site here. He suggested that Frank Wacha said that this county
M some of our outdoor rallies We remember lands filled in. "all or at least one-hulf of the had been "approached" by the

one barbecue where a candidate: had not only "It is your responihllity-nol subsidy paid the Committee of 100 Embry.Riddle school, that there
Harlem Rent Strike Part of Maudlin Drive Floridians paid a tax bill of be withdrawn and used to beautify
I indulged but also imbibed too freely but no the states! -to determine whether had! been no negotiations or actual
$M)1I() ,(XX).000 the federal the county
power on earth could: stop him Irons making to government such lands shall be sold: he said. attempt to bring the training la-

Toward Socialism With the SideThe his speech "I I love my mother: all of you in all types of taxes, both 'Set a bulkhead line one foot off He also said that a majority of cility here, before it decided on
Anarchy on love your mothers," he said, "so vote for me" direct and indirect, during the past the high water mark and they the winter residents and retired its own to look elsewhere
fiscal the Florida State Chamber
year owners here "are not interested
won't I he sold"s
Friday then the
Despite his impassioned appeal to motherhood pf it commented on
reported in Kidd also revealed that t h in progress. They are annoyed at Grumman here,
newest expression of America's maudlin landlords, whom they call slumlords," modcrn- he did not win. Weekly Business Review estate times by the noise of the Pratt & assembly plant .
is still hopeful of '>securing complaining that it could: because >
drive toward socialism, with anarchy just Ire the decrepit and dilapidated hovels in which Federal tax collections within Florida Inland Navigation' District Whitney plant. of noi'oC" if large planes

off to one side, is the "rent strike" now being they live. the tenants, for the most part, are lilt: SIUAKF NEWS used to hold election any stale do not represent the surplus lands on I Long Island at --- were tested from it.
responsible for the conditions of the buildings parties back: at the old building tit First true amount of taxes paid within
the north end of Peck Lake I for Henry Kindred, chairman of
applied to over 500 buildings in Harlem by a playfully tossing beer and whiskey bottles and Akron, flashing return on a screen on the that. stitc For example, the principal park purpo..cs.The the Committee of KM, said thai
bunch of frowzy tenants who have found the Spawning AreasIn
Gulf Service Station the federal taxes alcohol and
across One on the
through the windows und ripping out the way former chief assistant to steering committee of t h 11 t
perfect answer to saving dough. plumbing to sell it down at Uncle (Moe's for memorable evening when a losing candidatefor tobacco products and automobiles Governor Bryant and until recently group was interested only in bring

This is the next best thing that has come enough to go on another marijuana jag sheriff saw the final returns, he yelled in are collected in the states where head of FloriddOuldoor Canal System ing in the type of light mdustn

along for them since the Welfare Department Slums do not happen; they are made by a loud voice: 'Oh, what liars people arc!" they arc manufactured but are Recreation program, took the post which would bring advantages to

started giving a monthly bonus for children the people who live in them and all the "rent paid indirectly Florida m the price of Iherroduc" vacated by Van Ferguson as 11 Asked the area He said that the steering -
in and state
born out of wedlock strike" amounts to is a plan to live in squalor Wb '1 IHINK that the Democratic commit where they arc eventually any sold Board executive and advisor on by LeagueMartin committee would be happy to
They are refusing to pay rent until the free tee should sponsor; the outdoor rallies for the 1 ikev.isc. people in other statesare March I I. tors at taxpayers' group dues-

primary und the Republican committee the outdoors out of pocket for !some of the He spoke at Stuarts \\onnniC County Chapter of the objectives any.'i time "to explain our

rallies for the general election: federal' taxes paid by Florida manufacturers tub at the annual meeting of Martin Izaak Walton League will ask One
County Taxpayers Associationlast that spawning be providedwhen taxpayer member receded

OF AROUND 9000() voters in hlartinCounty 'Corporation taxes are another, Thursday night future a is: Jug, said enthusiastic applause when he
North Edge of the Florida Citrus BeltIs 7000(}() ) of them are Democrats and example: for owners of shares of Kield! said that the Florida Inland Pointing out that the stale's canal Isn't there any we way have to slow to grow'down

I 2,(000)() of them are Republicans in the primaries Mock r.l i v the taxes indirectly \ Navigation District would beoffered system offers immense potentialities our growth]"
through lowered dividends but the a land swap which he fell for sport fishing, directors The
Now Turning Pink With Peach Blooms but by the time the general election taxes are collected at the home they would accept. of the local chapter approved a : :organization elected as directors l-.
rolls around the George K. Perkins, Dawson
Republicans pile up a majority resolution which would make thecana
office location of a corporation."A He was introduced by Nathan Zaug, Grant ChamberlainMrs
for .President, recent study made by the iel P. Reed who stressed the need s self perpetuating: b y pro'viding Joseph V Edward
The northern edge of me\ citrus liCit willturn However, these pioneer peach trees lire National Tax Foundation, Inc: for preserving Florida's natural i areas in which the fish Mapp John L. Reed
j pink with peach blossoms early this year, still considered experimental, and many obstacles TillS I LADS to the suspicion/ that some of has apportioned the share of taxes le urces. could: re-stock the waters natural Troup, George Oliver McQuigg., Jack G. A

a sight which may well become common in future must be overcome before peach the Democrats lire Republicans at heart but actually paid. by the people resident Kidd:, said: Martin County in iy Robinson, Elvin H. Killhcffef
production who can prove II? It is like proving the candidates in etch state, the next ten years will begin to Fresh water fish,. cannot successfully Nathaniel P. Reed, John E. Fri-
years. can be a commercial succcvs in Florida. oath that he voted for 90 per cent of "A breakdown of the Florida grow and develop. This area has spawn it was pointedout day, J. H. Gardner, T. T Oughteison

The severe freezes of recent winters have Thanks to research being conducted by the i his own party in elections for the past two total, based on the Foundation's much to offer, But growth, is amused in deep, confined waters. Shal- and E. C. Wareheim

forced many citrus grove owners to seek a Experiment! Stations and private growers,i years formula, shows that Floridians blessing' It must be guided lows are needed and grassy! spots

substitute! to help defer economic losses if a there's reasonable hope that the Sunshine paid JI I.())2ei( .OO.OO( ) ( ()() in federal mdivieluil No one however, "can stop where the fry can: escape predators Youths Fined
income and $636- the population explosion He on
t freeze ruins a seasons citrus Slate may one day have a profitable new \\HFN a man into> that little black taxes pre.
crop. goes :
XXIOOO) ( in corporation income dieted "a prosperous and good future The resolution! will go to the Vandalism ChargesTwo
\i Some believe that peuches are the logical agricultural industry. booth closes the curtains: pulls down the handles taxes for this area slate division, to be acted on in

alternative. Within the past three years an and then turns the lever nobody knows "The estate and gift tax total He urged public support of the the spring convention, Jack Kuhn, Indiantown youths were

estimated 3,500 to 4,000 acres of peach trees who he voted for except the candidates. paid in Florida came to $59,(KMMM ),- Florida Recreation Program and Ross Wuham and Bill Newsome handed $30 fines or ten-da

J have been planted in Florida It is predicted The moan who II anybody and who does ( ); alcohol.! I beverage tax $I 03"XXIOOO 'maintaining public interest to see were appointed delegates to the sentences in Martin County Court

\ that an aditional 4,000 acres will probably be anything is surely going to be criticized: viEfied ISNT!< IT amazing;! They must have extrasensory ( ) ). tobacco/ taxes $61.000- that the money is spent wisely i convention: by President Chuck Thursday on charges: of destroyIng )-

set during this current planting season and misundersl\ This il a part of the perception You walk up to candidate: (IHX and olher excise taxes and Kidd stated that he hoped to Kindred, who will also! attend Def county property, specifically.

penally for greatness, and every great man Jones after voting for Candidate Smith, and CUtoms JUMXKUXX) ), suggest "some policy changes: on inite date and place for the state three county signs..

L r' <:r .... understands it; and understands, too, that it say something like: "Well, Jonesey, if they Together these taxes represent the I 11 Board "so that it may be meeting has not yet been set. Fined were David Masters and
about 20 per cent: of the total reorganized to better serve the Robert T.Bair, chairman: of thochapter'l Larry
i is no proof of it'Cllln ... The final proof of all give you what I gave you )l'll'U have a per. Long. A third man WayneHill
The Stuart New will furnish venal income ot floridians."In people : bulkhead committee: was also of Indiantown
photo print had '
greatness! lies in being able to endure contumely : landslide" He brushes hand! aside andgies
your addition to the above On from the audience, instructed: to have the committee similar
of aizea to S by 10 Inches of picture questions charge deferred until
up any without ntl11enL Elbert Hubbard "
R you a withermg glare "Oh, yeah, he amounts paid in taxes, Floridians he slated that it is possible for look into current dredging and March 12.
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2,00
says, 'Who you kiddm"?" paid SJ30JOOoO)( ) ( into the soculecufity County and City Commissions! to filling off Sewalli Point and a request In another case, Neal Palmorc
for the first print and S 1.00 for additional
-- any The time for a lesson! from history ", trust fund and $98,()XX- amend bulkhead line, just as plats by Bessemer Properties to was sentenced: to pay a $50 fine
ordered from the extracting !
I prim same negative at the is NOW how did he know? And why did he 000 mh the highway trust fund. can be amended "but I would fill in an area east of High Point, or serve a ten-day jail sentenceon
tame time; larger sizes by special quotation.. ever at hand for them who are wise.- have to be so unfriendly when everything Both of these amounts are eventually look with suspicion on any out (M rs. Wilbur Forrest, Florida i a charge of assault and battery

Stuart Newt employees will not take photographs Demosthenes started off so friendly curlier Makes a fellow returned u> individuals or ward amendment of a bulkhead Audubon Society director, showedan

1 except for the newt and advertising feel that the most insignificant thing in the agencies within Florida Comparable line:' He stated that before any aerial l view of the 4,290 feel Be careful about fending mon
of The Stuart Newt data for other not bulkhead line field of oceanfront: land deeded
column years are n approved a recently ey to a friend. It may damage!! ni r
They but world voter who has
say no man is indispensable, you is a cast his vote-for "
.... readily available at ton time investigator will be sent to the to the society by the Hob .-The Gear Seymour,
M are, to yourself. the other fellow memory
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Murth 12, 'I9<,,4 I I..r0'' three :2d:! Armored l nlvl'
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ism units were airlifted, horn I for Spring to

Jack A. Scammell.In Hood 1. I eto Ciemum dunn L. Home Building Section -I II

Army Exercise: the period Feb 12.1 fI to take part : I Primp Plnnfe

Texas in Exercise' tONG THRUST X Ynur ''
to GermanyArmy The exercise was continuation *" *'ytrr >- *JB s "''e w?- w m-w* t if I .. ..... .w.. a r 1 .. 1rV

Private f First (IHKS lack of' u scries of operations designed

A Scamnicll nmtlan !son of f to airlift entire unit to Europe RECENT BUILDING PERMITSOwner By IIIKVFY: MIVRPE I per 100( square feet! of soil area

Mr. and Mrs (,CIII''c( A. Scum. to bolster NATO defenses and to Plants are like people-t hey usually will insure blossoms nest!
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,fnell, Second Street. I'orl SalernoChason's '. demonstrate U, S capability to reinforce lose (their shapelinera' l by overeating season

..--- -.- combat units in West (Oer LmutiiHi: Contractor I.rrlpfifll\> Amount Another method to force flowering -

/ many. Most folks have excuses why is to cut !some of the plant
A driver in Battery A. 1st How City of Stttart they have bulged! out of shape. But roots With a garden !spade
Complete tier iilnlion, of tho division plants can't t talk They don't have make three or four stabs into the

I 14th Artillery regularly station* Arthur Ruhnke 923 Madtem AVMMM Apostolopori ......... 17.000 to Look at the rain gauge and ground around the plant about

AlltolnoIlv.Rt'puln at Fort Hood, Scammcll entered O P. Leavltt 715 Welt Street ApostolopoitoaAtnrtfa 5wI.s, t'*&I 4,000RiBMenge )'ou'li discover that the wettest twenty-four inches from the bast.
the Army in August, 1962, and 'It season of the century has kept This plunt torture method works
received basic training at Fort County: food inII y reach all winter in about nine cases out of ten

Jackson S C. He attended Mar Since plants can't push away
lin County High SchoolI.IYI Belford C Cox Jensen! Highlands AI Cox 8,000 from the table as people should, RON V ID Gil.LI:SIM*:

GarageDial -I : i, :- AIM I.II'1'IuIMM\'r: SAM Corporation Off State Road 76 Ififby and Sew Born 49,000(> then assist them to reduce their AT ItXAS: BASE

Edwin Pelt Tort Salerno None Tlttkt ffb I 150 waistline Airman Ronald W. Gillcspic
AT 7.2311 IV 1IIH I III >TI .11 UUW'I' 1'at a'r Edwin Pile tender hoots ion of Mrs Martha I L
Training to
Ills '1411''n' "I'U'IO' Tort Salerno None Throe trailer stabs (each) too stay Cillcipie
SERVICE FOR SAFETY OK MlllllotNO Bill T. Kirk South Jensen Lewfe in line is like chastising a child of St Lucie Shores, Stuart his.
4I..41* Smith F. l>ral (Midway !IV IIIl.titn'I'Ht' : nallhta Paul AJdiikm) i.KOO because it (is easier to nip wild been selected for technical !training -
: IStel'TH 11/1'/ ) I..oui. LeRouiMO Mobile flame Garden None
,tMt' /NIIft'Altll ) FlerkJi room 500 activities in the bud at an early as an air policeman at Lack-
---- ._ I.S"S.; haraaaxd. )I L Meredith Son breeze Park Rigdon taoeMr adan Company RIIIdtIMo 6,000 age than correcting them when land Air Force Base, Tex

Tops I" Design 'I'KM TO ( HI.,:IH'IIIIMI rdmund Lane Manatee Bay John Strong RMldcnte 8.000Kmfcfence they become hardened offenders Airman Gillespie, who enlisted
All I inilltnra ot. the rmaleif or Irving Vanbrooker Therefore, 'ou'li find it easier to the Air Force
Anu tlh".orel, tx nlliun. deoosue11. Golden ante None 6,500Rj ( ) in a short time ago
all'', hnrrhy. : nullfl.'d: and reqnh'ed torlln Edward Miller Sr, Hesscy Crock Thomas Curtis pinch a bud than to wait and use has just completed his basic mih,
oily rlalmu or demand. which ai 1,750
,Ili.? mltY h"'p aaulnat auld slate Irving Vanbrooker Golden Gate None the pruning law tary training The airman attended -
KINGSIGNS III Ihr' afncc.,f the ('nunty Jadar : Dog kennel 1.000( Some hedge plants, crazy with Martin County High School.
i' iinihi Miirlln' urnnl('ounly.1 rt''I'Inrirln: r :: .1'.1: :tin.. II arryV.. Aherni Port Salerno Royal Palm Ham Duiklcri Rsaidun4e 7.000 growth, are pulling on a Beatle

III air palviidKr' niiinlha fimn. I tin,- Frank Parker Gomez None R..lOOIicc 8,000) act. They are sending up neck-like, The population of the world .is
"IIIof Ural' imhllpntlan of Ihla N" William Leslie! Mobile swaying shoots, then setting a
Home canopy
I Ihr! Eft'h rlnlm or demand/ mum ( None Utility room! I ISO near the 3,000000,000 mark
In uillltiit( and 1 mans atal.' DM' T W Franklin of leaves that are as straggly
South line (
:; county newsy 'onnerlylohn
i :: Addition
pioc' or rralilonm. and |mal, nfnr,, 3,000 as a Bcallc's .
MriM nr (Ihc, "ilnlniHiit, mid mum' Francis A. Scott Port Sewall \\oodrum RaAJoneo wig
1.I Mwnrn lo .by the rliilmnnl'. hi. 21,550 Prepare now to remove the wig- TOM POWELL
taut,, .. nr hi. ntlorniM. in' M nil Fred Morn Jensen highlands' None Addition 300( like growth, since it Is more than
NEON SPECIALISTS b\ 'iimmnlil' H'" onllliK l 10 law
I'/i/ led thla' 2Mlh day if IMmmryAnHllaty likely a spring fad thut will not Window
nu.. add to the beauty of the hedge Awnings
Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399 nor Jl'11U1 wrUA1rTM N.'t'IONAI.: "AN/"" Retirement!! Home of the Week: lawns with a dull green color Screen Rooms

Knr".r.' I will snap to life again with applications
Ill /IUII.ASh ":.alnF.r.r.Aa Mobile Home
of water and fertilizer. Apply
hi.I'rl'eldr11l and -
PAINTS HARDWARE IniHt, nrrinr ahout twenty-five pounds of AdditionsThe
niwtiHON:. Brorr Home Plan
With Attractive
ATlantlc 7-0361
Features 66.6 fertilizer
III 11(11I"'I'II/oIOS; / per 1,000) square
Hy /aIV.11I.t., OillfhlnlimnAllnini I tot' of grassSprinkle Most for
I ...... p..... >\'a for .:.'n''" nf Am}"
Hhxpard I lenlhan'erne l ... .. the plant food evenly
SuppIlM Pua I ? Marsh: 1. \liMarKNri 19,, 8a. \teal' a.y "' .,,Jraa.. .,.. '. I, over the lawn, then water in to Yourlloney

I.c.lv..... Cut no Tin'' Ind tl TI .II ".,.;'.. 1'111 ,II'n The first group of figures prevent the grass from being burned PHONE 287-4719
Iv IIM'ln '1111'1'11' 1111'I'tI r by the fertilizer
Sk...... N'I''nl' it..' I'1'oii..III'iN in the house number represents Often
: ltt'U') ulil I the square| feet of liva- you can bring the green
luppUMUtter m\11r.\ : '[ ;fF.IIJ1'nIRAnl'l. l able the ref ruunn color back to winter-weary lawns
'' area in house (The sae TI.AIDSLOCKSMITIIS
..... with
"' For Black DMtor, xrrA two tablespoons of iron sulphate
fats I Ia1'I'irM other is office
group un number
1km.. Porter Cablt and. Ot.... .
7rt 1 NIIII'I'nll.All ; to each gallon of water
) J
According to in Rein.cr
,1"Innra nr the 1'.1; or
INDIAN RIVER SALES ed l H. KlrardIK I Aecpaaed, am the cost of building sucha as a spray
O. Tae Driv. On. Mill Nona. ',Mein hold/nA. / and r'ptirrd: ;: I In Cite, house he reckoned I It's possible to find some ofthese -KEYS MADE
JENSEN BEACHMETAL aIII''IHlmo or d"nlondH whlt'h I Ih.'Y may as
mar hit v,. 1I.'n.t' mid, P.I"Io' In Ih,' about $10 l square foot i, vines that flower almost any
IIril, ,,' "r the ,'''"''''V Jllda? fIr MiriVll'l exclusive I of rued cost For example : xlaNarNMee season of the year But. if your Lock Combinations

Ion,,',1I.County. t ,"Nluxrl Flarldu. : /lrturidn:In I "Ihr:, ::::,',;i a house numbered vine didn put on a better show Changed
(III) ,,"I'nd..r, 'MII.h. tram llit ,",. 93<-l I would have 935 last season than the neighbor,
,. square
We Are Workers In Metal '1110" '''or hush Ih: ?' Oral,"'tot it liiiblliailn..r demand Inu.thr lhto"i' fuel of livable area and perhaps you had too heavy a handin NEW LOCKS-
In wrlllnv and nium lntc' I In,. the fertilizer bag
IF WE DOVT HAVE IT ,. .' should I cost approximately
,phu or eeohlrhl'N and IIIIKI u lienaddl.e
WE CAN MAKE IT of the i Illinium .111.1 i I Moat' $9,350 to build Bougainvilleas are very sensi-- lobe Sound
b" 'worn In l ii' I Ida clnlmiiiil. hlanunrniy live to nitrogen Too much will
agent ,ar .bin nr It vil:h| hrUelf I give; lush growth but few flowers 546.4881546.5137
lahl' NI'rnNlhla In 11111'
B s AM'Ml' H. CilKAIIIi .1 IKI JAN RFIMR BEDRM S One pound of 212.12 fertilizer
.. By
= An Adinlnlntriil' nf I Imil I
)';- '. of Mnrmili'l" IIIIIIaiI Home No J..q.J.101(11
111'011'1":11"-/: I. : urrraI'd I 'I'I'T. A 'S KITCHEN DINING hl6x8W
I O'IIII'I'IH"-/( ; / :/ One of the popular features of 0 14x8 11.8
STUART PLUMBING j' W It 1" '0'1'1' -
Attn"nr" for .\Imlnl.lrllt..' this I 1.1 I '''square.loot three.bedroom .
I' ). Iniiw''? II
... M* ATUntlo 7 0131 Stuart "t null" liirlilu.I masonary Home No. I 1152. N
ku. h I tit. .IIKUKNITL'KE 'I'' \Orll ""''ill
-- --- 21 i is the entrance 'toyer complete rH
Iy separated I Iron the living room Motors Rewound

Ihc I wull com.lining the fireplace FP Home &
Wiring Outlets
(I II'). a 4.foot coal closet! (C) and 1
' "t\ : he heiler (\II I) elleus thin !sepura. BEDROOM BEDR LIVINC ROOM Water Pump RepairsOPEN
lion, possible J to go from 13.- 9 x 11 0 w 14
14/6 s
I he:, ,front::: hair f. to ;the kitchen I or ;a ALL DAY WEDNESDAY'D

I e"n1'IIIwithout crossing the t P GARAGE
I hvmg!-Juung area Furthermore ---48FRONT 11-
I .......
RENTALS :aiding doors Uig7ug on plan) can ; 1\1 I L ..1
give! .timing complete area privacy when desired.to the livng of the dining area. and the three The 12 by H-(foot kitchen can |Ilheake of economy the garage I ED ,

ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial :1 The living. sets of sliding glass doors The Iv left open to the Lining area or could he built as a carport
of dining spaciousness(area gives annpiesMon living room with I its fireplace closed oil by a 'folding door (seeigyig The centrally located heater (H) i
beuist. centered on the inside wall and / on plan), It has door to lIethe
a stack
AT 7-OK04 W. Give Gold Bond Slaiinw .. of the !How of he.Nl..n chimney of the
space Ms expanse of glass at the front. the hull and also one leading directly place Duct work to the
---- ._ __ -- _ ---- 'I'' the two rooms, the width i is a particularly attractive room to the service yard The L- is located hove the ceiling of fire-I HIGBEE
'.... eea..a.aSI ee I II . I e a e .-a .-e .- -e .-e/'.--- The fireplace wall could be built r shaped counter bur the sink (15)( bedroom! hall which :is ELECTRIC

.a' of Roman brick or other decora.. under the window refrigerator Otherwise plastered ceilings follow ''

live masonry which> would 8 \t a I I (KH) at the extreme right and the lines of the roof with heavy 'I 327 OSCEOLA AT 7-0744
pleasing/ appearance, nut only i in I a huilt",in oven (10)) and counter ,insulation between the rafters .
the !living room, but also in the, lop range (RI) at the other end. The foot-deep front porch

foyer. Another interesting touch I I Wall cabinets arc shown dotted with built.in planter (PI) could be
which could he added would bo a I on plan In the opposite corner made and a N
larger screened
or encloved -
rough of indirect, light cither over .u room for tahle and chairs for I '
he sliding door to the front porchor snacks or informal breakfasting r- _
Plans for Home No I IIS:23'I
1 1 along. the wall toward the !ga' I The bathroom which is convenient were drawn by Jan Reiner, editorof _
age to both and
Using steeping: : Florida Monies magazine ''The
The dining area, 11 I i feet wide, i is I areas. has the tub away from the i magazine/ is available a i Val's
excellently lighted and ventilate window a wall.hung toilet and a Book Store or by mailing S') to
hy two sliding glass doors and has 1.foot countertop washbasin with I(KM) ))-Fitly-second Street North
its space extended by the ll'/i' cabinet helow, There H a double St. Petersburg 10 Flu)
by 8-fexit screened porch Thisnirch linen closet-one part opening into --- a
which is away from the I the bathroom and the other into
street is a good place for relax- the bedroom hall an item which Building Permits
ilion' It could he cnhrgcd to :2:!(nby 1 many a honienuker will appreci JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
I II1' '] fed or so and could con ale

taut a built.in barbecue planter At the entrance to the bathroom Total $$134,000 Air Conditioned Chapel

etc. The roof over the enlargedporch ire "laundry center with washer- .
could he parti ills solid and!I dryer, hot water heater and counter
Eight permits for
partially--screened space for folding and dampening among the new residenceswere build R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS

-- clothes. Plumhing' in kitchen, ing permits issued in Martin County Licensed Funeral Directors

Jleathcote huthroom and laundry center i i' last week for a total of $114000 ,- 1012 1NDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART
c s, grouped{ together 'lor economy of ( < .
Nurseries insldllution.
l Two city permits totaled St 1,000
Architect Disluned Landscaping: The corner bedrooms have cro s- and nineteen county I permits. Telephone AT 7.3434

Orlenlal Ul..Jlln \ Specially, venfilation through awning type $$123<))1). 24-iloar Anbulanc Service a
windows Closets Oxygen EquipmentPRECISION
!! ((6 feet 5 feet,
Complete line of Ornamental and 4 feet .
I ---
n.spiwmi.ly) act a -- -- -
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Plant. Mulirlul. "Ilie. Indian soundproofing between rooms 1964 EASIER SEAL

River Area's Oldest landscape The larger closets h a< ve hi-fold DRIVE OPl-NFD .

: -__ ____' __J1 i----, ; Nursery. Our 38th >'cur." Turn doors for greater ae 'e\ ibllity. The 1964 Easter Seal appeal for

/ Rich! off U.S. 1 at Llnilsley There is :in extra closet (IC) in rippled children and adults. which
Li_ : Lumber In Fort 1'krce. Phone the bedroom hall loots and gar opened March I and continues
HOwurd 1-5JJ2. den equipment can be stored at the through Easter Sunday, March 29,
flamclcss ( ._ ."g.......ft. ...f ,..hA.. ".'......g,.>..>.".. u.nllw'or. .._..__, to continue to support the various .
phases of rehabilitation treatment

ELECTRIC WATER INSIST ON THIS for the handicapped an. rlr'
pounces James F Taylor Jr., Tampa

, ...Hn..aaee..a..uue r .. POLICY president of the Florida Society
Policy for Crippled Children and

BpPER-PA3l' ea the dmw,.;.-*ew S tlinw' ".nil Ibrpt Itt Vimr semis venting," .eo m of It safeguards your Adults/

,, "faaterl YouH alwaybay.! plmty! of hot wafer HUM to waftt.l .Iiaat Every bit of eloctrlo 1illclnsurdnce HEAL ESTATE CIGVRtnt: : TAXES

in a hurry,without wait or worry. energy haste the water, not tin outnlde ajr. TITLE 'IO MUMtlPVIIIIES:

ADd for claanllnmi and carefree. effitteney, You'll eve money, too. A IIfttnll law electrta hy written '0I1tractualI Cigarette taxes collected I In

jnodara elactrfo water heating II aheur arctic, water healer cotta tow to buy, .dew to InaUiuV ( JI I lanuary for the City of Stuart
undertaking and stands amounted to 11,434 Ocean c:
L No toot,amolM or fuiaaa.No conaUat.bunung and .IBM to me. I ; ,
I Park
: $:83)4; and Town
I J>Dot tAnw I ; for ;your protection as of
: Jupiter Island $15535.For ,
: Bee the new compact, lJ1Avrn modob! at t --. .-. -- i
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the ;insurance / ;
A funo-froA niino-nM dueuM wake 1m tee your appliance dealer or pluiuUng or eleoJtncal 1 : i

: it...'."" "..Tbat'i,why. it ou b*tacked away oontnctor. of one of the nation's Experienced

wgrwbara U' !aUnJuU>m tiu-j" ani Hi largest and Antique a
strongest Nothing is left to chance when compounding
title insurance Repair
your prescription. Each ingredient

'fdxol fi.ffm7hse! } : C 'rrfl'4 companies. and checked for utmost accuracy. is

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yN (.\uth<>rbrd Agents I Hobe Sound 546-1811 11 OUR RECALL STORE AT 1.tm
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.. .. _. THE STUARf (F1wta) NEWS
.. Mr. Charles Durvei Events At
Successful Parties I IJI'I'et? I Coming 12 1964 '.C
Mr and Mrs 1ml"'yIarcla
Miss Marge letter
Exploring Books Is BEACH NEWS I Held for Sunland r"'l11ny00"*, Dr and Mrs Gerald Trinity MethodistOn I
JENSEN i iI' Preston. Mrs Lit Dukat and. at the church at 610; p.m. on
I \1ono.lllMllrch Ih Naomi
i IWRril WHITMAN, "orreapondcnl AT 7.176n Last Wednesday March 4 twin William blood.Mr. !. :, Thursday March I 19. Everyone i I.
MRS dessert rarlle.II'ore' held for the ('uncle' will meet at the home of
Set on March 19th "' -rrsruaq benefit ol Sunland Center. for Retarded and Mrs Sterling Bright Mrs Henr lumn Sr. ''I 17 Orion I invited and requested to bring table
( hildren In Orlanelo and. iwo children of Perkasie Pn, service A program will follow
I his Street at I 7. W p mIh 7V i The Rev Paul
spent ten days recently visiting at : ) pm
Auxiliary Plans These parties. are held once each Mr. and Mrs Ralph I I Methodist men will sponsoru I ( ochnin .ol ( .neon: will be guestspeilki
The parents
program Exploring Books, the Jensen Bouch Women
This" month the books and ; year bv .
bright Sr. of Acres Roadleaving covered dish dinner rHEARING
sponsored by the Martin (ourm panelists, follows Steve 's Association. ... uses the SuM) fellowship -
are as : hire last Thursdav the
Library Association! will be I to materials to he
again proceeds buy -----------------------------
Schmidt will discuss "Never Crv 1 visit Iwo brothers: en
: planned to
presented on Thursday nig i h t I made into article for the center
March 19 at 7:10) p 01 at the I Wolf by Mowat; Dr. lone Krai Program for MarchMrs Last year I MX articles: were supplied I route north: Ralph Jr. and family !
and Mervl and laurels AIDS
in (cocoa :
Martin County Library in Stuart will present Take Heed of Loving '
This popular monthly evening Me" by Vinmg; Dr. Irene One party was held at the as in Indian River City I :
of discussions! about four current Haber will tell about "Venetian Ruth Hall preside 1 at the wanis Club .ol ihtorma and sociation clubhouse and one at Dr and Mrs Frank (). Hanson sensible .
good books it run by Jean Rook Affair" by Mclnnes; and Helen meeting of the World War I Auxiliary I then on to \cterins, hospitals the Jensen Beach Community of Coconut' Road. .celebrated their e. Alt new. styles t at .. InstrumentsRPNRI priersStrike ,
all make of
who moderate over four localpunclit. funnell) will give "My DarlingClementine held Friday night March where many bed-ridden. patients Center 1 the general chairman was fifty.ninth wedding anniversary! on II nn '
who each introduce a by Fishman. Mrs. August/' Slander. She was as. Saturday. March. 7 with dinner at e \ \ II.'dulpw\rulII| \
book. The audience. I is asked to The public "is invited to attend h at the old Community Church are kepi occupier) with the intereMnvg Muled by Mrs. Harry Miller Mrs. the flamingo Restaurant in fort e I life- hearing. lest In hume or office ..
participate with comment or questions and participate in these bock din.cussions. Out-oftown guests" attending the work of cataloguing them John Puts and. Mrs. \\illuim, Robbins Pierce. 1 heir daughter, and son I I e Itullerles. cords, molds
end, in the past some lively There is no admission meeting were Mrs. EUnice Mcln- Over 2.W.too stamps have !been at the clubhouse, while at the in-law. Mr and. Mrs frank Stein I I Phone and mini imlers for bald r Us. and, cords
discussion hat ensued charge.Kickoff' loch. past department president sent to I IS,883 men in twelve hospitals community center Mrs Charles mete of HiMwinsville. NY who I
West Palm Beach; Second District" i iI Tex Richardson Mrs Jack Kuhn Mrs are leaving here Thursday alter .1 i
I President Mrs. Frances Henry in Oregon Washington Ralph Henrv and Mrs Martin three,'-week visit have Ion niinv
Luncheon Held by I Vero Beach and Mrs John Hutch. a'l, Colorado! Utah South Dikev. \\'lIhlII..re. in charge sours visited. the H.msons .,u. this" Acousticon Hearing Aid Center :
inson. Pawtucket, R. I 1. la, Mississippi and Cieorgia. Following Th'reIIere, eighty price win. time .ot the vear und helped' t h' I
The new members obligatedwere the meeting the Auxiliary neri. divided. equally between Ihe I miki.. their, anmvorsar\i mn"i en, 709() OR \'GI-: \nl'I.OIH:: : PII-RCF 461.3266
The Red Cross on March 4thThe Mrs Mildred Blues and members" joined. the. Barracks at two places ION able occasionEVERY I, '
Mr"I' -------- .
the community. center for refreshments ..
Kale Phelps -- ----- ------
SI'I'cidll'fIC'( were won by Mrs
1964 Fund Drive "Kickoff I I volunteer Red Cross worker during The Auxiliary members voted and the a birthday celebration rll1nhller.. Mrs Cahill Mrs : TIME A
luncheon of the Martin County i the fund campaign The film to donate $10 to the Jensen Beach I II mander honoring, Charles senior Dittendal vice I com- Ruth Mutv Mrs, Sigme Morris Where this emblem is displayed/ you are
Chapter of the American Red Area United Fund. FOREST FIRE STRIKES '
Mrs M C isserly, Mrs Ann Pendunit
.. I
Cross was held at the Stuart Worn was shown to the group; by Bruce, I Plans were made for a card Mrs Jack Kuhn the. winner i assured of the finest insurance servicein
an' Club on March 4 at 12:30: Sandell A qlle..tion-and-ancr party on Thursday March 19 at Trinity Methodist of the I labia electrio hroileiwas the land.
pmThe period was held following t the |the community center. Mrs Lucite Plans Dedication Mrs Fred Tallinn! ''YOU GET
luncheon was attended. by I luncheon during 'several of I Davidson was named a s The chairman, Mrs Silandir. ,
approximately sixty persons-volunteer the chapter directors and illocks chairman and Mrs Eleanor Dif- I On Sundiu March I 11. 1964 extends her sincere thanks to e>
drive workers, directors answered questions, about Red I feudal as chairman at 4 pni. there will, bea dedication cryonc who helped make this it
and guests. C. Joe Finley, chiptcr Cross given from the assembled i A hake sale wan set for SllUri i service ol the church and fair: a success, especially the donors .
chairman presided. The invocation group dav March 14 at Jensen. BeachDink Sunday !school rooms .ol I Trinity of .door pares, and those. who f
was given by Rev Walter The charIer thanked. the membersof building with Mrs. Methodist ChtirehConsecration made generous. cash contributionsfrom '
D Jessup. Introduced to the group the Stuart Woman Club I tiklund. ., and Mrs Rose orlee. .. cervices. were con Ocean Bree/e Park and theSoroptimist $BURNED
were Mrs Hugh L Willoughby under the direction of Mrs. tow- as co-chairmen Mrs Kale. dueled. when the present. buildingwas I Club of Stuart
Jr, 1964 Fund Drive chairman; ell Tracy who prepared the. meal was installed as musician first' used. hut a complete' dedication
Ray N Friel. chairman; Miss and served the group also Mrs. Mrs I Lucile Davidson as trustee II service cannot: he held un I'HN'I/) / VI S 1--------1
Mary E. Shackclford, chapter I Edna ('ovum. ,pianist. and Bruce II Under the membership. program Iii the building .is Completely debt Mr and! Mrs Richard Taylor,
treasurer O A (Bick) Wil- Sandell projectionist all widows. wives or sisters of' free
: IH Arch Street entertained! at a
locks, Red Cross field
tative. rcprcscn 1 _ro wr wI' _w.m___n. rwwrwae \V\VI I veterans, are eligible- to Bishop James W Henley, resident cook-out on Wednesday. evening, CLEANED A UP.URn)
'" join the Auxiliary and may call bishop of the Florida Annual March 4. lor their house w. B. TilTONSince
Willocka brought a film with I' Ihe membership chairman Mrs Conference. will be the presiding Mr and Mrs Frank Mixon guests of DRAIN FIFIDS REPAIRED
him, concerning the role of the Holiday Helen Ferguson AT 7-0'Kil I. for loader of the service. .. Assisting Cirecnbelt Md Other guests attend- AM RK-IAII)
further inform ition. Membership, him will be Rev. Neil M. Ciunsa -- 1421INSURANCE
in thc Auxiliary entitles them t>> ,
Park News NotesBy his present pastor t of Trimly
Mcl lardy Head of use. of the blood hank al a norm- Mclluxlist. Church. Also invited Heed. I'hotn Copies. of A'our Ray Cookc's Septic
M IRC.FC; ,\RM\N rat fee. to participate in the ...service are the. lax Records of 1963 ?
Red Cross Drive Tank Service AGENCY
,. :,. Mrs. Anna Hanson read a let- following ministers,: Rev Paul I Barbara Ann I.IndsrySI
In Little DixieThe II '.5 .o .ft I t e r regarding cancelled stamps. Watts, Rev IdBiir Mauffer Rev ('KM' ttlU, SIRVICK: PHONE AT 7-0651(I I EN SEN BEACH AT 7-1411 '
Mr. and Mrs Albert lundgrenof which members are requested to Roy Simpliy: and Rev J. E. Samp I'hune A r 7.4637 OR AT 7-9862
1964 Fund Drive "kickoff Hartford Conn.. wintering at .sjivc They_ will he sent to. the. Ki- Icy,. f-vcrumo: is ,invited. lo attend
---- -- -- -
dinner of the Martin County Delray Beach vi..itedII ilh Mr.
Chapter American Red Cross. and Mrs Ray Madscn last Tuesday
for the colored residents of the .

6:30 county: was at Stuart held on Training March School.1 at Mr. and Mrs Robert Bruce and !I
p.m. Don't On Luck Alone
Chapter. Chairman C. Joe Fin- stopped Jason king at the of Waterlown park to visit N.with Y.. Depend :::

Icy presided Approximately twenty Mr. and Mrs Charles Butts
persons! attended- volunteer
workers chapter directors and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mountain
guests Invocation was given by have returned from a four-day
Rev. Henry Murphy.Introductions cruise to Nassau They now have .
of the followingwere Mr. and Mrs Arthur Woodmg ol
made: Mrs. Hugh L Wil- Toronto. Canada visiting with i t
loughby Jr., fund chairman Miss them Mr. Wooding is a brother .
Mary E. Shackelford, Mrs Elsie of Mrs. Mountain
W Smallcy, .
executivesecretaryand Mr. and Mrs. William Schiirl
Richard, McHardy. fund chairman
with Mrs G. Crosbyal
for the colored district The are visiting \
chapter thanked Mrs. Emma St. Petersburg i sister this of Mrs.week.Scharf Mrs Account t
Crosby is a A
\Vasbmglorrandmembers! : of Stu. Open Savings :
art Training School for the dinner Mrs Lulu Kramer entertained I
and service. Mrs drctchcn West of Cuyahoga I
Falls Ohio, at dinner recently.Mr. .

and Mrs Leland Funk of I :
Today At First Federal And Be
i Niles, Mich, visited with Mrs ,' wts.
I Randall a week ago Friday
I Twenty ladies to Port

hobby Salerno of show last Pirates presented Friday Cove to by the visit residents ".i Assured Of Money When You

Mr and Mrs Charles Butts
spent! several days last week visiting -

I her with husband their Staff granddaughter Sergeant Wil and x Need It. You'll Be Suprised At

liam Templeton The main incentive
I for their vi..itII as to see their

I Templeton new Mrs. great-granddaughter George landis of Binghamton I Lisa. How Fast Your Savings Will Grow!

i For A Lovelier N. Y, is visiting with ,
Mr. and Mrs Claud Sweet.

I You This Easter Mr. and Mrs Charles Fasick. START
sons Ralph of Burlington and t
Come to William of Bordcnlown N. J
are visiting them They flew down -
i to celebrate their mother's birth. .tr c -

day SA VING"

PelicanBeauty Mr and Mrs Charles Benson
and Mr. and Mrs F. W. Carmun :
were Miami Beach visitors last

Salon Thurday.In the United Stiles the torn. I \1 TODAY A

Evening by Appointment ti> was once thought to he poisonous : I I i %
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: : Directory of ChurchesI

I Organizations DirectoryCIVIC .

ORGANIZATIONS it. C. P.. .pd .1 l tsslg Adu.t....... Palm CONdECA.TIONA
Atcohollca I h.m., ', ,": I rsl:I 1mb...).. REV : SHAD
N '80 p AnonymoutIVed m..1 1 1) mmunlty I'hll"h '" '' n. f .."......... l'I 0:40, '.lWR/ S,h',ol

Amatur Radio Cmeri,'ncj Cisp.ni '.tutf. Lou"". M,t..,:.t, Cm'st.. .." lUg : Wunhlp Worn-
,,, ,,, , :: :I p m W.dnnday.
C"rdlo"-B. II"" "": "I) j ItuI: ": I. Vi :uh. Jr. Fellowihlp
ltd Thins" d psi ,h, I I',:, ; '":: pm., ('o..rlh.j'. 't a

Animal Rsp... Lvague M C. Zonlnt and p."ln., Cornnl.nle.. REV. MAVNUHU A. -
Pre.1,lent-Mra. furl J. RIms II."".." J"m.. Oa.h.n I I .PRAYER AT 7-2512 II .0V am. Eaily Mlu
Ith Tuei. 7 :10 "lini.. home.Builn. K.'ool Dourdlalrniin 10,00 am Church tfchoolU

... Prl...l"nal Woa a'. Chub .".i":.1 I M":"..Henry 7tlp.m.t.ruuhuo.0 Kin,"Indi ASSEMBLY OF COB-Pal. City \ :00 am. 1..ln.both W.r.hlp.u aervleea ,

Pn,.ld.i"I-Llda Meanlnner: I .n utu: a.m Bun,lay 7IlO ..... Youth V.iper gervle. *
lnd-4th Tue*. nlghl.. Pint NilE RISI T... ol S. .11.!! Pout' II ,00 a.m. Morning Irho'

luy.r J. '.I..u.I"t i id Hi:: pm Thu.... Ilibl. ntuili Pre, ALL SAINTS' *.. Bk
Coco.nul Pa.NorUa 1110.. .hwssPtsp.ttp :' Wed. I |,.in.. I I.'.wn Hall r. .to p.o., Bunday. Youth' I.I .REV EP'ICOPAL.o
O..non A.I0'' I )'. n rn I buun.llniIr, Uervli I. NOBIAl I FtAITIIIa.da
Pr..74.sl-C. N 1I.hubo..' ,
Ih.Unlll 1114 W..."..,.,. ii BII POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS I FIRST BAPTIST-0 S. Akron A__ .illl a.m Cuum.'ol'
HU1I8ON, ItOO ..m. Family Lnminunlua ana
Coral Garden C..... A.s..l.d.sP.7stE1susd Republican. CI. .. Marti. Ctmty I..rl.' PMtorSunday Church School
T...". Prosldest-J.m.. 0. Wed." 11 lOO nrn.Momoloo Prayar and Sermon
I., "un. I ....,. M i.. AgrV.hural. ..... R.put.llo.u. Wum.uu. Club .fnM..II C. i : I (Pirn. etuniUy Holy Communion!
.Pm..ld.nt-14r.., John W. His_ ., ..m. Buniluy School. W... D.,.
Pp..h.Id..s Au.NtO'. u.l, I...... I I.m., Ftp.t N.tl..aI D.".. I :: u II ,,4..m. Moral)'* Worahla TI..d.-. .m. holy Cuonmuolun
'.sId.t ('nht..d \l V ...... I.. ill' ..m. trainingUnion' norod.r-t ..m. Holy Communlo.
.... us$17ind. M. C. D.ms.vilu 1t..u'l... c.m.mllt.. : iiL; ,40 pm KvenlnaWorahl* Thuraday H.allng S.rol.
h.It"I'.r, T Mllrr.r IA'.O" .. ,. Wedne.day "iday- Bum. Holy (':.
.. 0. .. ...... U. 11.,.. :Vardni gl Clair ,. __ 10 p.m M'd...... Prarer Bervlo,
P.'n-s: :;' '. S St \I..lIn.o fII', ,nilULIOIOE .., .. ,,. ...._. ..... PALM CITY B4PTIS-lb at McCwiIIKNUY Unity' ,uti a.m Churh. '0 9. FI.h. Fart Ptan
7,1 1.. 7 .0* Sn.s.sPsis 780pm: Churh Bln"ar
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_, .cssi ..umusIS. : ORGANIZATIONS WARM iUMMUlV BREEZf4 brought the seventh and eighth fjrls' / /lost their hale to have neat hair. They groaned when the g.41. a m. Sunday SchoolIl.ll0a.m LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ANDREW
,-,0/.'" Cn.i..,'. tSmn7hius7O Olrl' grade girl phjsicil class at Martin County Junior High photographer the Mine.. Union Wor.hlp W. Prima VI.us Blod.. P.I.. Luau"
,I.. __. /114 ,.. V'Osi 'isl.... Saab I.u.dor.-Nps.'I'II'W'hIU' alned camera H 111 ii m Trolnl. H. C. aWE. PAdTOISC .

Fri. I p..... It Mary.l "CBuRkJcaeak School out into Ihe open last. week. Because of a strong wind, the ,4 p.m.. Evening Wor.hlp. .
..-.. 0... cm.' > m Wandae Midweek Tnar ,II am. Sunday
,......., 7Nsi470th -... MMtln( 10 : am. Worahlp Ichol.
... 5 .. 05., CtilldIdent I MORE ABOUTI it Stuart Junior School and William School Philadelphia ..1.
5. s0. '" -- Mra Flward Klrn.lla High Penn High FloaT BAPTIST-P.rt 5.1.,.. H .. SOUTHERN METH MISSION

.._ RIn.$1 Car: ... Or ,tt, Mon. I p.... BrhoolSI I Ktan: his work in Martin Countyin and attended Drexel In., 0. C. TAYLOH, PuurV (MMtlng In Hob Sound Civic C*>terl

'_._._1.... ,...i- 1A ilWr8r4 Jnwph Holy N..... Soclelf 1961 Shaw i is a native of Philadelphia. The Bucks I :411 urn Sunday gchool UJLV. tHAKLtS: BENNKTT. Past,,,
'110'I.. B W_.. Club p"\d.-H.... Moimarln I Instructors List at lex, graduated For sltule.at ) Avenue, Stu.. I II :ill) o.m. MornIng WorshIp 7HJ p.m. Song Barvle.

,.-.-n' .-_u- ."'-_.__". ".....-_........-.-. Thuri. Ufore end .Hun, I p m. School the Orangcfield I ugh School J 1. 40 Flamingo 7u01'ilimp.n.IOTC!: p:m: tv.nlne Wor.hlp IIUO p.m ... ". Worehlp

,... _*-tin. PranrM Hubbell - - - art.MISS 7:110 p.m. W* lex received
Urangcficld and
'.t-lrd Moa. 8R Clubkouw SCOUTING Ing* Chuir practlM U. ZAvIhit n.N

Junior Wi..'. ChubPtmuidessiMts. Buy Scaula .l America his bachelor's degree fr"l the vocal music teacher this year RIO BAPTIST ICHI..dar.

Frank: l nInd SioulmanlerKarl Kelp Junior High School University of South Western Lou is a native of Vcro Beach where Kt\. JACK FERNANDEZ ,.. .7 ,:45. ...m., FIrst .
.. Woman. Club W.d.. 7 HO Stuart A... p.l. bofore
Moa I p m p.m. Union Hall :hl.lla, in art education. He she graduated from the Vero Beach 5:4, sm. Bunday School .

Martin County Audukon Society Board s... Enplnnra Jonaea Beach BI.'p 420KklpllOrOoor. m I l.tiiisiana before tllgt 11 dim. Mornlnc Wu.hlpn S. MARYS EPLCOPALl 0
also ,
ltd Moa, I pm Judge Clont.' oirio I .. High School. She graduatedin ,30 p., mining Union .... .
Uleaaon (Contint.il I rum I-C) MISS HELEN M KENMSON Mamn County The Shaw famnly music from Florida Slate University 7:45, p.m. Evening Worahlp 'Ib. UUV W. K. ROWE. R.ctor
.. Page .
M C. Aaaoclatlon (or M.nlal, H.allk. W.d. TilO p. .. Anchorag* Marina p.. W.dna. Pr..., Mealing
P..ld..t-II. Donald Schtoader .... .1 before native of I Watcrtown, MolS. lives in Jensen Beach. Tallahassee She is a member 7,4 7110. I'l.' 1 a.m. t!*Ht to Jun.l

Inn Thura.. ..... Th. Reef -SERVICE- -CLUBS- Jensen staff ot leach Stuart Junior joining HighShool t h e came I to Stuart in I 1959 from Tallahassee MISS NELLIE I 1 CUNDIFF of the Methodist Church. CIA TROPICAL LhWlH StANCH FARMS BATIST-.7. 7,80., 1 .W.. .(.. .gM. B.PUI )

M"alrm.-M.llol'Y C. Ch.pter. Am.rlo.i.Juhn.on Cancer Society .'Itan Club of StenrIPrsidnu.Anro Before to Martin where she had just 1 grad I is a native of Hinton, W. Va., and and FEA and the Department of U t4lm. Sunday School S.00 I am Holy Eucharl.t Thunday nd

HuatonWd coming uiildc from Florida Stale University joined the faculty this, year as Music Teacher of Honda She u I1 1 ,00 sm. Training Mornlnn Union Wouhlp.U Saint la, and .announced
he in :
Martin M.morUI-Mr.. Curt Ho.plt.l Otto AunlllarvPr.ldent ., 7,10, p.m., Ship. Lan...... land and wu a teacher He is Mary wilh a major in home economics girls physical education mstruc makes her home in Stuart at 834 8:00: p.m.p.m. Evening Wor.blpi EPISCOPAL CHURCH or THE BLESE
Tenne Ice. a gradu- Miss 0,10 i W." Prayer IACRAMENT8 Chic" St.,
lit Mon. Flr.1 National< Rank tor. Cundiff attended Hin- p.m. li."MI Ind..
Indl.nlown Klwanla Club of and Oi- She has (taught home making Stypmann Boulevard. RtV W. THOMAS LUUtKS
.. ... .,.ildcnt .. alI Johnsunhurg High School Hinton W. Va DUNK.L1N MEM BAPTIST-Indl'nlow.
Martin County Retarded Children A. -Jamea RI. education since (that lime Sheis Ion High .10 am. Church School
Pr.IHnt.-lra SwlgrtIrd W..... Mill ,.m.. Uerolnol tin Colege. both in Pennsylvania She received her bachelors degree WELDON D. ALLSON. social III.V. lr-D 1,0 ITI0n0a.ro 7 tOO pm Holy Bucbarlal
Thura, 7:00: p.m.. Com Rm, lit Nat received his buche- teacher sponsor of Future Home-, studies inllruclor. native I Sunday School
J..... Buck Lloi.. Club ; of America. Miss Kcnni- from Boston University and did I II.UO am Mornlnl, Wor.hlp CHRIST' MEMORIAL-Juplt.r blang
Vallooal SecraUrlca A.ieclatlo I'ro.ld.nl.--J.m. Dean lor'i degree Mm master* degreewan maker at Marshall Um- of Cleveland Ohio. He graduated ,i .In p.m. Training Union (Winter, ....,. ,uly. No.. to
Pre.ld.nt-Mr*. Virginia Veaala l.t.lpd W.d. Till p.m., oaynour* received from George Pea- son makes her home at Mtrtm graduate study from Shaker High School Shaker lull: m. Wor.hip R.m.i.. Apr
Itk Tb..., Flnt National Dank Mobile Homes Park in Stuart vcrsitHuntmgton, W. Va.. Con- 7 10 p.m. W.d., Midweek "nl. CHURCH OF CODIndla.lo.
Heights Ohio and received his RKV
Jur.lt.i-H us Sound Klwanl' Club body Colegc. Nashville, Tcnn eord Athens W. Va. and ElllETT MUI
Palm City Card. ClubPp..tdsiut.MPl. 5T JOSEPH CATHOLIC E lOlb SiRKV
BU..O Nyf.leT 1'1..I."tllobo't, Harp Mr. Dou" been active in PTA CASPER M JERDEMAN I Colege. W. Va. A.B. degree from Duke University JAN JANUSZBWSKI.- .Adrank 10 '00 am Sunday 5mb.,.

Ind Thur.. .:80 a.m.. Civic Cente Mon, 1 p.m., Jupller LIt. Maria.' v.oik, having served as presidentof native of Randall, Iowa moved I Bckley I a member, Becklcy of Tau Chapter He has aiM done graduite :5 ;. ,iliiva, '_ Mim thru rrl mlOH : 11:00 7.DO am p,m. fcv.nlng Morning, Worahli Wor.hlp

Palm City CI"' Organisation Ro.a., Club ol !.luart Paiker, School PIA lust year with his family to Stuurt in 1959 work at Duke University He join- >nfce:mliiy.lonli -Saturdaye 7i50. and Thuriaara till p.lII. W.dYousg l-.opl.

I'raold.nlo-Dr.Clvl George Center H. list Pr.W.d..ld. .nt Uil5--Ur.p.m.K.. Wanton Bunrla. Inn Man and church. work al the Presbyterian coming here from Wisconsin Jer- 1 Delta Kappa Gamma nationa ed the faculty this year. He a b.Ior fIrst Friday of month 4 :1 to tnda>.
Tul, for teachers
honorary sorority
women ,
5:50 and 7:10 CHURCH
deman from Jewell ( member of the LUlheran Church \ 1.1 pm. OF THE GOOD 8HEPHERD-
He i 11 High
a member -
Pelnclana' Go..... Clvl. A..eflatloa" Stuart Klwanla Club tarl She resides with her mother ST CATHOLIC. Juplt.r
of CIA EA. Jewell, Iowa and received and the Florida Education As.soelation CHRISTOPHE' RH.V ELMER
PrenldMt, -Hev. J. W. Marion 1'.hlont-.l1t. II Haudiile Hlpioa f He. his Shl. I K02) Usccola Street. Sluart Hoba L. ALL
home. Tliur.. Hill. ) lown Huuna. at He and his 710am: Holy
lit Mon, lpm. p.m. wife five sons and daughter live degree from Luther family live MUM at 10:10 em. Sunday*
Port Sol.... Clvl. ","._toll.. Stuarl HI.Stepper* Square Dane. Cluk ut KM I Stafford Drive, Sluart. College, Luther Iowa and his at 1 102 Hospital SIred Stuart FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTlSf and.m.Sunday luchOlot 110.
another of Honda .
PrMM.nt": -Walter Penion Pro.id."t-Gdbo" Home is native Eaat Oc.an Boulevard II It .
master degree from Iowa State DONALD W. BLUM malhcmatin -724 : am Morning ,, Flr.t
Clvl C.nt.r 1'h"... Youth .... MRS JUNE BOWLING mathcm.iliM Prayer 8"1
l.t Thur S p.m., ,1pm. C. this time from Port Salerno. MrsPeterson 11:00 ..m. Sunday School of th* month, Holy Commun.
ltd Thur... I p.... Buppr aool.l. O. O. teacher i is a Dative of College of Agricultural Engineer is graduate of Martin teacher joined the junior 11 tOO am Morning Wor.hlp ( plain.

Port Salarn Civil Dvi..,.. Stuarl LI... Club' C umill.i da She from ing and Mechanic Arts with a a high faculty this year. He is a II lOO r.m. Wd, TolmoDla Moling JENSEN BEACH
Ftrehou.., Sod Tua.day, 7 ,ilO p.m. Pre.llMil' ..-AI K.r.., ::: graduated in County High School and Florida of i II Reading Room 182 t'lol. HouraiMon .COMMUNITY
; ; major vocational education At native Philadelphia, egraduated Skylla. Drive. J. ...
School .' ..m-4 B.ch
Pompuno High p.m.
Ind 4lb Wed, 7 p.m.. Town Houa. Pompano State University where she received thrllKh RkV
Rle CI... Clubpol.tsitt.J.pl. present time he l is teaching I h especial from High Saturdaya, ...... :IQ p.m. NEWTON I. TWIED1
and Florida State University li .10 .
!Rhomer Stuart Soropllml.t Club. lelch. her bachelors degree in business a m Sunday
lit Thun. Clubhoue. Prealdent, .-bilna, Wolf see. where t she received class at Sluart Junior High education and economics She School, Clcarwater and CHURCH OF CHRIST-'-426 Palai Bea. Ut.UUUCb *:10 and 11 ..m. Morning Wor.hl
lat-lrd Thur. noon, SuDria. Ina The Jerdcman live at Ca his bachelor's degree ) GtmbkLli: MliilalwSunday 0 :80 p.m. Youth r.llow.hlp
Stuart W._.'. Club her bachelor' degree witha Shol did graduate study at Memphis !I.rida 1:80: p.m. W.dn..da".u'h Cholt
Pre>._Mr*. Corn.llu.. K Vaaderveerrd Stuart J.,...* mithcmatici and chemMry Stuart His wife is a State University He is I membr 10,00 a.m Hibl, Study 1:0): p.m. W'Jne.day. Senior Choir
0 W.d., 1:10 p m. Club Building Pr..lil.nl-: .Dick Pryorlu.i major& in teacher at Parker School. Slate University, Memphis lenn of the Episcopal Church } 11 too a.m. Wo.hlp and Communlo 7:00: p.m. Thunday, Mldwwk Semis..0EHOVAH'S
., ItlO Pink i Mrs
pm Pony Howling taught one Mrs Peterson is teaching geography 7lOO p.m. FvenlnaWor.blp
Tabekula' Card. Croup at 634 East Fifth Street i. Stuart Road
-- - - Port Salerno and RICHARD A. CAHILL is W.d".d.p WITESESBrit
J. Keatar in now .
Dh.lrma.-Mro. It?b. year The Petersons I live in Port Sunday 7

lit Wed. .filO.:: ..am, burns_ VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS loathes mathematics She is a member serving as guidance counselor for Salerno where Mr Peterson is MRS SARA DUIOSE. sec .1 p.. Mi..Mk Blbl atndp Monday 7 :10 p.m. Hllil Itud l'u"

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCEKJUdSXIlDr. American Lu.on. J.naen B.uIComo'.sd.rClltlus of CTA and FEA and an officer the Junior High School Cahil is principal-teacher at the Port Salerno retr to Principal Mc TiE. CHURCH MoALPIN OF GOD-Flaglar St. Thu..da-7,10. MlotU'p Meeting B.b.ol I,I*.
is native of Alabama
: lIo..nd.and.h She
the Martin Class a native of Lynn Mass attended 10:00 ., School
in County School have chil-
Mun. II I..ulos HullAoi.mk. They two REDEEMER
... pm. the .Uff of the 11 tOO Morning Wr.hlpI LUHERAN-E. Bid.
William M. Brewstcr Wolle- joined purchasing a-ro 0.
Academy RhV
Ird Tue.. ., I p.m., Community Center ., Leilon St.ptCos.ndsJsh room Tcacher' Association She boro N. from which he dren.rRANK department in 1962 and was transferred .oa p.m. fcv.nlng Tu.n.: Pr Wo..hl"., I SIn. sm. "unda. BHROEIR' :
.. U Ta/lor her husband and three children I., graduated PITTMAN science 7 80 p.m. 8hol l'bl I"'
**n n Beach to secretariat 7 80 Thuri., V.P.E. bemolu.l.ondon's 1:0 sm Wonhlp
I'ro.ld..t-t'r.nk Kor.u.rg and and :Ul FI. K p.m., l.glua Ball reside in Pine Manor received his bachelorand instructor joined the Junior High a position at I I' m B..
alrectora. I .... the Junior High School this CHRIST tHE KINO LUTHERANKMT -
and p Am.rkan Leflon, Indlantowa EUGENE MALONE, English masters degrees from the University School lucidly in 1962 He is yeur Jup".r
fort .....ra. Command..tm H'uby' teacher of Ala. of Rhode Island In Kingston I Her husband, Bert i is shop teaeh- historic Tower Bridge, ; H JOHNSON. Pinto
is native Morton Palm
Pro.lIsttC.. Blackmaa.Ind lib Bat. I p...> I native ot West Beach attended 5:00: Church .
Martin am School
'\ Thur., I p.m., Hnhoua. Amarlcaa Lefloa Aualllary, J.... B.... He joined (the Stuart Junior High Cahill has taught in M.ine. Tucker High Shool. luck- er The at DuBose family County resides High Shl"l the cily' only drawbridge .pan 9,00, a.m. Hn.lor.. Claia

Btttart l'rs.ll.nt-Mr.. Emma Jaolu School faculty in I 61. Prior tothat Massachusetts. Rhode Island andin er Ga. and bachelor II ning the Thames River may be 10:00 am Morning, Worship
Fr .ldnt-H. It (Bonny) Nil... Ind.4lh Mon.. I p.m. County before joining Stafford Drive Stuart The old make FIRST METHODIST ISOO
he replaced bridge Colerada
m Alubiima A
.nf 1nar.srn. time was l teaching I Orange ? s degree from Wake Forest may
Amarlcaa Legion Aualllary Stuart : the Junior High faculty. I ; for tunnel 1985 BIV. W.'I'U D. itMHir
Dlvl.lonChairman I Malone is a graduate of College Winston Salem N C He way a by ,
Retail Marchanta I A
Pram lent-Ma Clara May 7almaalnd4tll bolt of lighlning may cause orbl.
I Susan Moore School Altoona MRSIILENA S. member of Church 10:CIO am. Church ..
-Philip $1tmo.k4th I Mon. I p.m., Legion Hall High KEAN is the Baptist
I a tree to fixnlivlc or II m.iv shatter I 11 'too ..m Morning
Chamber Building 1. : 'L Plil'I'i'RMl.1h'l'ti'l'It'I'b : : Wor.hlp
Thur., Stuart' Ala, and from Jackson. home economics instructor is a MRS RAY WIDfNEK ( .U\ 0 .
- Martin County Barrack*, W W I Veteran I IEHY it or it flash sidewavs or run :80pm Youth F.llow.l.lp.I '.
CONSERVATIONAudukoa tonmanilur. I lilllp A kirn vile College. where he received I native of (hnstiansburg, Va., and 1 1I I is a native of may I \ (On* aervlce at U aat dons
hrl. .. the ground after striking the OK n1I"I'I: TO July and Augu.t
lit Ird J U Conle.Martin
Community along achool" I .
Society 'I hacheor's degree; and from I joined the Junior High School facully C entre.. Ala She graduated from I 111 I.IVIMI: 1'1'1'1'1'1010 % 5 HHNulliu Buada .
P.'l4000&nUeltO: Moor. Bog 111 County Barrncki Aualllary tree I. thHt tluiiniliiKliiiKil TRINITY METHODIST ..Jen... ._
( 'or Nashville .' in (I960 Prior to that time the Glcncoc Flijh, School, Glencoc 1I.n
Ird Mon. I p.m.. Flnt National Baankback l'iililnl-Mn. Kuth N. Hull Colege. ---- --- I un.lci provlnlon, I 81.V NEIL OUNSALUS
Walton LaeguePrwldont lit-lrd Frl. II pin. Old Cum Chnreli Tcnn. W h e receivedhis Mrs Kcan taught in New Jersey I Ah; and from Jacksonville LEGAL AIM l'Il'l'I5ll5ll'5l': I : nf Chapter, 80HS8. lawn nf Flol.liln, I Il .::0; n.m. Sunday School
-.4yhari... Kindredl.t .5,10 of 1H41, will' initiator wllll IheI I, .m. W o.h''p Servicev""Mt'
KrU I put. Court hou.. VFW, Stuart mastei s degree in Lnglish ands She is a graduate of Bluckshurg tile C,,lege. Jdckutvie. Ala., TAI.LtII 5nsll.: :: I-1 IlltlllVV I I':' rk .nf th l.\It: i.:ul it < .iiuit \In' and I 7au p.m. Eonig '" a..
C..m".nd.ohn M. Murray hool 'Illilltalion. Malone High School Blaeksburg Va and where O 'I' I t. Fl: for Mat.tin uun. Florida' upurn Ird PundsOOCEOLA
Club recel (
TUM junior., 7 ConMrvatloa:10 p.m. ktuart Youtb C.ntarStunut lnd-4th: Ihun Gulden (let* llulldlniVFW his wife In, i, and two daughters the Women College University degree in English and musit Sheis Tnmteea NOTICE, of la the hP' ")'' IIHn I Ih"l" 'h., .. ilit| l i>t 1'.01 of puhllinllali, o'thin STREET ..
nollie '
11'.rnl num toNICKFHSOV MEHODIT.
.01111.10( ,'Iu" : ; Indl.ntowarimmander-I Joi.pih W. Print,,. make Iheir home on All American o f North Carolina Greensboro, I I member of the Methodisl tnent Fund of th. tt.,. "I 1111""j I I wI' fllUul. 15EV.Baa: 1). H.. 8u.d.KNIGHT .

P..ld.-1I B. IIndl., lai-lrd "Hat. 6llO p.m. Poit Home City. Both and Slate Teachers tilass- Church. Before coming to Stuart In meetinlf, In. thelha TAINTING' Cltllllili'l 1 I ,08 .am Nursing Ichol.
lut .n.u.1 rn..tln roulevard. 1011 Colege. ov.'nr' Off ", ( ,' I UIKHK In btI.no -
:: IIp p.m.: ,, Alabama. N. J. where she in (, for III.110: ,\. w".h wi. Wmnt btls.louarp B.I.t, mM"
0.4 :: ..., dIt'inuom.. I.t Nntl. 8k. VFW Aualllary SlU.rl in bro. taught Doughtery CunlY. Inl. 'h.dll. i'I'; > h.olll lY Inc'trial pin. ltbl.ln. W. 01 f.
B..,, ... l'l' p..m., Wlth.m !IorIREMEN'1 C'omu.ttl.r-Mr.. M.lvlna W..d HENRY A. science degree in home eco (da She and her husband on Manh 21th' 1BII4' bWIA ':!:. IIU.t. Mirtiotv ,'I".' mO.'b at 111 .
.u III.Ird W.d. floluen l.ule Uuililin.MISCELLANEOUS CIILDERS. bacheor'l Jle I aliW anplltatlnn, mud *: I ..; that 'arty 'tiorr.lpdI Tbund.yi
ORGANIZATIONS instructor Skip. Mr. Kean lives at 828 SWart Muaaa, I n..'. Lln..y. I', (O lhiu, I,, suld; h ad ,,ceo I. 1 I(tusoc II: I'. IOii'k. 1,4,..11I.. Pr.ro Service'
- - Ala He graduated from Palm City Avenue Stuart. ROBERT KOSTER is a native 14S. I'aim Hunch. I.rl"", un "0' ,'. sun of Hlu.J'n.en Hooch. Flnrl- Tbur p m lIIo.t.o ( .
>.n..n Buck firemen t AualllartPmldmt peril. nr aim H.mch CompnlnMuriel ', a d.i anil that thmresostutlimr, B''d )
-Mi.. Al Wlllek Srln!; I High School, (lueSprinV. MRS. ELIZABEIH JANE of Campbell Ky, began teachingin cnrllra".n. fur i'u"| hum pprauna Interented. i In until' hii.lnUl .... SOUTPIERrI 5.1.,..
Ird 110...'. Im.. Civil Air, PalrolCom.nd.MaJ.r He holds hn LINK is the remedial reading Stuart this )ear. He had just or tha following doaerlbeU land, to-I tttilA.Ij ( M<.KliUH<>SPub RI.o. D. H. KNIGHT aS,-
It. Lai-t
Jo..,. Buck Volunter. Fin Departannl'ue. 0 wit: .: Maull A, .. II'. ill. $1141 .1 am. Worhlo a..l-
.., I pm, rlraboua* Commit).. el 100Cholrn..nlIolI'y in scitnce from Troy leacher nt Ihe school. She joinedthe ctired from the service when he 10 a-m Sutob.j' B'j-

fort Salerno Flnmen Aualllan 0. Kindred State 1'cut hers College, Troy, Ala, faculty in I960 Mrs Link is 01 ned the ficiillv at Stuart Junior File IH49-43-553 \ "TIC.) I 10 p.m. fcuworth Long,,.
n.lilentMarv Catauna IA,.puh Is. Director...John C. D.bnev J master'i from native of love Kan. She I School: He I ot r.lrs I9l'r.'tIMLST: : .'Ol 1511)0tsil'l'fl'l'2 han p.m. Fvnlng K.rvic*
Monte- High A
ltd Thur, :..0I.m, Flr.houat 117 W. Ocean, Illvd. AT .UU at> a degree a City. graduated pac.1 ."merl.d Ilno InIh. Ix hereby clvrn that Wdnedy
Fir Department vullo C'ollrjc, A I a attended Trago High from Withrow High School Cincinnati Hlv. "U'I",. lP' 7111,1,1.1': 161104' I will DP r..lv.cI by 4:50: p.m. Ladl. II' _
Port Salema.lunleer Taladega. Community lund. .
Lady Collara Al.m-lallna I In I .n..n: HTU\Hr., l"lurldn' l at Sod .
Prr.lil.nl--Hob.rt Julio... ''... Ji.nl-Mr.. Kiln.;, K. Dana ilitlders joined ,) Ugh School, Wakeeney Kan., is a graduate Ohio. received his bachelors luwnnhlp SI I.1011h. II"luI'. IJ.Y:;\ City Ill snterr.' nn ,,10 p...P'ar..1 Noting

llt-lrd. Tuna., Klrahoua. Tu.... man: ...... M. C. Gull /Ctrl rA.l.by ,. School ficiilty in (1956 lie of College of Lmporia, [nl' degree I rom the University raat" Town 1 1',111. : \; Minh, lttA4. ut 3:00: FIRST
: : !
IZ"ATION Martin County, lorltlu, inn' mnimrlnlt, and labor MKTHODITIJ.t.,
FRATERNAL ORGAN Llvrl Aria CtthPsldoslMn his family live on Indiantown Road poria i Kan, where she received of Philippines at Manila and hi. particularly dWrlbed; a. followa ntiMHary for the cunatructlon of: 10kv !: I. MC"IIMICM
\ I ..
el D.MolaMc.t .
Acacia Chaptar Ode I L. Arkn* .nd. .
... ,. Stuart' her bachelor1 degree with a majorin master's clcyee from the University .4..m. .
r Ciuncilor Clarlen: Slut Ird 'rl.. I In u.iMartin Sits. MIA1NVOE I\ : .m. M..rnl.: Wo..bh
Ind. .<.. Mon 10 .. m. M.....,. Ten-nl MRS' JOAN LORtlNZ. a naive English She has done graduate of 8ulalo. N. Y. He is a Starting at the Inl..elln or IT i EETI pon ruB PI'ry' 1 HO p.mYF

tcacla nlaionil LsdguWrohlptl "' .I.ntW.I County Fall. A..ocl.l. of Cloverdale' Mich: j joined i I study ut Ihe University of Denver. \ member of theTA tha North line HUI.on IlOFM i HIAH'r.1'1'8 I"la l 'H I ll'A-MN- 1:01, p.m. t...,.. Wou5si
M.nter- Ihrlntlan$ Knlb (1 Irani, .* ealabllahod by uli .' .' p.m.
< >I" Juno( ,
lit-Ird Th.,... I p.m.. Muonl la>pl* I., Mon., 7 ,ISO pm. Agricultural' Bid. he faculty of the Martin Countychools University of Colorado and University I. ; and F rA. lIe and his family Ham, H. Kout. Surveyor In PSi:' : 1 1'F1 VI ITION 1,4 p.m. 1'h.r.d.. .,. e.nlor ChI Choir(

Ann Miller Circle, Rib.Pr.utd.utMr Maitla County Loll and Country Cluk B I in I 1958, coming here of Florida Mrs Link taught live i n North River Shores with the ctnter line of Kewalla 'IAZIJJ CITII"na 'FIRST PREBYTER.AN..N RI .
; i I Point lloud: SIt.ocurutntite and .c'"aUon.' Ih_
.. I'ru.tl.nt-Kd am nn'
sod 1'bur... 8 p..Wilma.., blk Mdly Lodg. Ird Tu.... 7ISO' II.b. ., Clubhoul rom Kjlama7.oo, Mich Mrs lor in the public schools of Kansas Stuart Mr. Kostcr teaches science "'"nl .nlil cenl.'i- the .ifHie nf the CIty ClorkrHuiirt IJV.. A.M4LI'OLM SYONbY A.LOWKI HAssla. 'al.

.... Slim Phi Sorority cnz is a graduate of South Bend : and Colorado before coming to and hisp.JOSEPII. SOJ8JJ lmnc Mouth a OH11" bum t, lorlitH. Rn.1 I at I h. of rii.*. .00 ..... Mu'uig. ....

Martin County Farm Bureau (ligh School l. South Bend. Ind Stuart Mrs Link is a member of J. TANNER Is a native fevt: thmpro Mouth 21* or I. IIIII., .. (Uro"llop., Arbnnni I.VO sm. Sunda W.rhi
Cpillon Z.l. Chapter I'yoIrnt--AIIrt, KrtiogarInd tin' 11" Kaat 340 HI) feet; I theme > goour p Inc, Btuarl B.hol
P..ld.nt--M. I. Mwln: (Kd) Ball Ihun, ., Bemlnol Inn and WcMern Michigan University CTA and of Tau Chapter. of Mcadvile. Pa. He graduated South I 10 :iV, 81" tajit i.I KIJiiJ:; H.lllllKCoplia. I .m. Morning .
l.t-lrd Thun.. I home. f-EA. ,
pm tu'pttoipointlo.utd rond PRESBYTERIAN
nf tha aM andin COMMUNITY.
'el' plRO
"III. Camina Phi Cliapt.l Martin County Amateur Radio Club where she received her hachclor'iJegrcc Delta an honorary IIe High Shol. Cyril wlipr ..10 ,en"'rl.1. a, '. irlnillon. mar he nhmlned atI Hobo Sosud

"...'..." --Mr. C. 1& dli.eum t'sl Unit, -Hill llrllton with major In speech and sorority for teachers She residesat New Castle Pa. He Intvraecta the n.rll In" : I' ..met of th> laid Fnirlni.sr UDnn rLOVI I. HACER PU'.'
l.t-Ird Ihura, Sum. home* i Third 'riura. .. K i .m. AT 7-4061 She has done Port St. Lucie. from California south nil am"* ." I i'iut'ta the depimlt of I i't.no fir: one 5.10 SunJ.y
el the Amrlcan F.vclulloa iiijlish some grad blchelor'degree defined by Concrete Montimenta rompliti' et of plus Tho full 11,00, am: WorahlpIp .,,.
Oaughten R.a.nt, ..-Mr.. Mnrjori:.. Homlar I Martin, County Hiatnrlcal Soctol uate study since then In the area ARCHIE DAVID MARTZ i State Teachers Colege. California aet In the Kiotind ti,.',n. nminint of lha d..ual Coruso.mt 1.10. p.m. Y.'h 18r..
Ird Thur... hum. ..M.nl-I"II,1, I Mori-ell of and education Pa.. and degree run "orl 06' 02' JO" Rut: of dix-uinvnta returned, to ,,1 p.lII. Wod: Adult Yo.tb
history She ,
101 .. i..m.. rlr.t National DkMnlllpl geography physical alonir north llni> of I tun' ruch nrtual 1,1,1ir.: and all nthrrdipnnltnra Cl"
Mother.1 D.Mol.y Club I aught at Jensen Beach school and hoys and basketball coach. Hi from the University of Pittsburghwith .,tath 10 acre of riewalla I''li.t. will bo refunded MOO IND. :. FELLOWSHIP
., I v.U
p".hl.nt.M. JncK" Wruht Ll.tlng Service tt..oi ,
n diet C
a SAmsu loa feet to tlitin lor the inniiMe et nf plan, llummotjtp C.t.r,
nub Mon, 7180 p.m.. Mi .onlr Tnmlil. B or.taryc.rl II rurnw al the present time I Is teaching came to Stuart, in 1960 from Mississippi a major in counseling He or t h.ut corner C a tml: I ifind return or all do.',unn-nta In "dniilltlnn 141 UrIne, Ours Pt.,.. 0.b

L.dle.' AuaUlary I. Indian, Rlv*. ...h Tu.... Ian. English Th. I lorenz family live a i business education began teaching in Martin. County conveyed by the Trualer <. wIthin 10 dava after*the P'.Itoi.hlp'. '. Porptm.I 7,00 mm, Sufld.i j'
Encampmnt after his from of th. Internal Impruvi'mcntlimd dull-' of nppnlnir of Ihe bldiiThn B.hol. 10 Sunday.
Scwalls (Point XMcner Murtz from his retirement
: ,, p.lm City Home Dwrnonitratlae. Clubi'm.ldtt.Plye. on graduated year .. .
Chief Mmri.rch nlooI"l > l.nm7t: il4tb : to 'lie .liier Priortl.Incorporated : h'- prntert will conallt of: But PENTECOSTAL StaLLI.,1
Tu..., I p.m.. IUUF Hall rllialeth ".tto..o" JAMES PARRISH teaches mathematics Forest High School J.lck'n. he service. His wife teaches at the In Deed H'iu: iiO I" not llmlUtl 10)) CURTIS .
Independent Ord.r *l Odd t'.' .. lit 1...., *:ilO .... (Clvl CostsPtltl. at the Junior High Miss He received his bachelor's Parker They make their Pane 4lln. luullo I ion,;:I la of 10IU: ..m. Su daV'Scb"0CETHSEMAN !
shl'ol Schol Martin County. fir the Apiralmnlelr fiO.nOO an. 7.10
'Inrld. p.m. 8und.
(Gr..ndl.u"I )
Noble lhi"n: K.nn.l' Club Eono.oll.tl.
Kecr.UrrJohn l>. Irny, in! II 'urnsh Came to Marl degree from Mississippi College, home Lnden Lane in Stuart Point of U'llunlnl: ,,'e run ...t n>|.hBi pavement" 154. p.lII. Wodo.nd.y $ .

l.t-lrd Tuei.. I p.m., lull? Hall Call Td'1. of.uro.. mllnf plao* in 1956 from TC"a. I is ana. {'lnltn. with majors in econom 1 I hey have In. Mr. TannerIs South feet to.d'the Town\ I':of n.l.Kewnlla:U. Ob .d 1" ,Type'1, wearlnv 8" aandphalt aur-as. CHURCH Ilbl OF CHRIST

Indian River Fncampment, H .. POPS Ral.ne Home D.monatratloa Clue live of Rusk, Tex, a graduate ofil.tvdolltj and physical education. a Methodist and I Mason J'.Inulkh..d tint.: Ih,n.. Be.. tCbrlstlua ChURk)
Patriarch Ihurmuil 1A II. Church .
ChIef n '...Hint School in Marie lives with his wife MRS. CIIARLOriED. BUCK. run nld Bulkhead I.liu Street Jan.en Beaca
Mm High .10nl
.. /Illiih Nev/lln
.d. pm Hai Nfay- ,,. L.
85' 17" w. ll.o !i* Ap.I..pl SIlO ho. fl. ot RAKER as.. .
J.naea ...cb Square Club and AualuaryPre.ldent tnt I luto.. 1 .:tO i .m.. Clvlo Center dell, lex, and Slephen F. Austin and two children in Jensen Beach. who is leaching science at Stuart fort! theme run South.45' 01' ..t.,1 drain ot vsrlousols... .:10 .m. Susdup Worhip l.nl."

-*.,.,.... 'fultl.Tke Rlptlcl.) Plo,.,. ol Martin Ceunty College Tex wherehe CHARLFS H. MUNCH is a Junior High School i. is a native 440 \Veat, 874.7* feet: Ibm,t't'
( Wlmod.u.l.' ) 1'.1': nt' J.hnnl. C. 711'.. Naeodleehes. from .*lil, idttklt'tl Es'hi bid ,ulutt\ b. 'nmp.nl.d _
Pmld.ntMr... Haul I ".nru\ Thur.. H |I..m. t.eneral I Meeting degree native of Florida and of Jensen of Philadelphia Pa.. a graduate of d'pntnt! Houth an. lui'wm.l : 7" by I Cs.htmr's Check. ...k Iloncy Stuart ;
tnd-4tk Frl. 8 p.m., I. II. Com Church. .. Lint Thur... n pm.. Ps.1"... Meeting He has done work since Florida, too! Teaches so l 1JH7I,. feet: then,.: /I:un Older of I'll Hoof In Ih. aniunntpayable Rotary u
Outfital Mn.oni Invited graduate leach -1.: tilt r:Illl<.l-Mr:NT North 01! W iii" Kaat tint n'; ot the hid. to the :
P.C O .'*. ..* ml. -ucl. Inlet.,. Yacht Club and has held several Nation Sclcnce Mr. Munch is a graduate ..1 : I hi.noe run North 1 Hi" 'n2': <'Ity of "1"rl. l'lorld. an .Idonc.or MMI. .1.1
C..mm"d.' l.n lawkn, Foundation Scholarships inmathemuI of Martin County Fl i g h I ('. 10 I' .,. lilt l ; Ol > 'I'S 3l \\eal. in feet to the miilhtrart ,. Knnd mtarantevlnv that 1 Dr. L S'.nlon M. :
P Cb.p5.mP'snldtMr.
l.t Ihuri. I p.m. Yacht Clnlluarl 11".1: 1 \\lt 1' VIAHIIMrill wpi nrn., If 'h. .10'.1' the .u'rr.o Cut bidder will exeout. .. I
L Mliel.tlrd
P. ;3. The Parish family School He attended Georgia South- .' -: OK M.OItlUl Hook
Board el Rallnra \.l' 1. I Ian I In twed 1.1. and furnl.h to the of HtuartVliitldm Ms.ftbSunrIse
Moa, Jlt
I pm home l': .e.lilenl.-llaniora Illtont live on Route 2, Stuart College in Statesboro, where 1 i'iltIIIB3 Pare U8; Stun ,,,* followlnv tho: a bond """ ys.urmly Srolar,
CI Ch.pt.rpm..Id.sl.Ms. er IS RK outherly and .5.5mm I my boiinl llcenned do b unto,..
: to
> Thur. II ,.m., Btuarl Hotel P. kNOTT. known he received hit hachelor'i 01" Inn
C. R A.hlupSodIt75 degree I.TATNItAlItiLl: I
DONALD f ary of mold I tract of land t, run Flnrld. for UMl't' I of the rontiurt
Wed, to am, boa. Ituarl, Stamp Society 10 many Coach Knoll. came to m English and history He did l' ".\.:. Potash IU'(! 45' II" rail: i j; wlhln 10 dare after b.lnl SStIORw'5 '. v.I.;
Order el Rainbow for Girl. Prealdent William 1..0. feet: thence run North 3J' 18' Contrail. aald bUid
Worthy Advtaor -'Manila' Whll.ilile Vd Mm. I p.m.. I Iool Martin County in 1957 Coach graduate study at Duke University '111'II IA 'I',. ::>1'0"1 tl" Kant, 883 feet: lbnpmros the p.rrornuoy.f
Llhra "nrant..ln.
l.t-lrd Tue*., 1:ilO Pm. Maaonl: ..,P... Tourl.t Club .bl Knott it a native of Patterson, N. Durham, N. C Mr Munch taught TO AIL IIPIHIOH4' FFTl-. North 111 68' 56" Ka..l litfeit and payment nf all WANTED Young Men of

Royal Palm R.b.kah lit.lid II.. ..... J. He graduated from Fairlawn In South Carolina and .os. lUVJSi t |1.\IMH OK l'lt' ; hence North 3' JB"n"VeaLltl7tlfeet debta pertainingthereto, the premium Action
::: Mr. 0..... Hull I Tentk c.1 was superintendent IIASPi A'UIIT11 rHTATB: \ : thmn"Nrth nf bond to be paid b the Leadership Training
Noble lat-lrd Grand Mu...-I pm luur HallItuort4. High School Fairlawn, N J. He of school i n Aiken \UI Ind. ,. YOI ,. h..byhoUt.o 14* 2$' l0 Rust, 101 fi;'et. Cnntrai'.10. Stuart
ui I r. In .nt timsp, run North U. OK' :ii"Veal All hid should be plumed In Jaycees
...*. El... Ledg. 170 ..;.. VI. AlI'K'l'ItuI'II.I'I'. : : received' his bachelor's degree from County, S. C. He returned to Jensen ; :n::1'::'ni 4 t'llr.o' whlu'h I .pi'. 110 feet tRfKlnnlnir the Point of .nv.l.n. Mealed and .,ld ten..d an to For
Bulled: Ruler. -Dean Took/ -- -- University of Maine Orono Me. Beach and Stuart Junior High i'm .lth,' ,, nt.y Iuv.nVSlso I (unlalnlnl 10.3 Olty Manatt-rr. Oily of Hltmrtriorlda Inf.t' Call
S p-m. Monday I hSetu tm ..r H.\II.1 t'. PIArLId. acre*. mare and name or ahouldbe Jac.
% and additional graduate at School m I I960. He lives wilh his I. project 187180
ClubP..ullnt.Juhs 1'111.1 d..d. I'r' 10lb. .
Stuart Shrine ', 1'1'1 stud OlN' lined on th nutnlrie of the lon
Aljeta 11,I:,:itt. u I I.so I'<.::t,,:i;: I 1. I Koderai Hppllraril University of Miami. wife and daughter in Jensen Beach. Cyuim' Ju1B of MurtIs and mlii ronalder' obJ''ln.. thcrrto. envelope I wod. Incl..I.1 that 21'0 28.3'2
"ith the ( <> ,
mI >
.. P .">.. Manatee Yacht Club I' Flori.lH at hi. offli. In th. Objection. to ..4 only th. envelop* for
leI TUM P ,1Illh: I sit I"':". c ,,,iiimlaalnn,, WI.hln.. ilcs Coach Knt assists wilh foot- MARCEL CRESPIL is a native court hmiae of ..ul i'ui unty at Htu- use aid land ahonld be luhmlttedlha I auld, projertAll .01'.ln.

V.I.... Cemaierawl Kd Trav.l.r.Benlor Howard ,,lrtm". I'' l:,t., tini4iunniHnt it ran- bal and mathematics He t I of Evsocnra, Morocco, ii art Kloilla. within, .. calendarniiuittta In Director. 1'ruoterso I the Intsrsui pnipoaalu, hall he olbmllp' .
Caunxlor-' ti" iif ,
1.1 Taur. f pm. lour Hall dull,,lon, ," .I I'1"'," ,'l"'. 11.Uon J.WMI'I' in Palm City. teacher of Spanish at the Junior pubtlnallun rr.m nf Ibm'hl 1m. .th. Each flr.t Improvement Fund The In triplicate on Id. ',, ,
Oapltol, .
.. mr Tallahaaaae. Kl"rldn prior furnlined of th ipecIti.catty. CITYCOMMISSION
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V.I... Davgkter .f tb. Cunl' ..*., f'ul,. III I I",:i, \:in"t. r Iroade.ln.; Com- MRS MARGARET KELLER High School He is a graduate of claim or ili-nmnd .h.1!nll.) I In tlupll- 10 the date flral above ur'utinsj.Tb. .. ,

Pre.id.nt-Mr. Marvin H. Mow.U I 7.,:,, \.. : : 10.t,,\, 0 ii : .lts'khold.r. IC. Is a native of Jordan S. C. teacher the University of Paris with major )- ; I \ ,, ,, mat th* Tni.tee. ....... th. rIght 'to The oslmur will required J
.1" 11.1 realdvnriunit offlc decline '
Sad Moa.Unity "r BI",. T'f post to make lale of an) or allof to hulld and complete aald I project
Cbapter. Order .f Eaatera Star ,,:,"': I: 'I.: ,. I I.'I"'0111 I' uutItlR. ,,COti and of latin and English at Junior in foreign language Fie has the ,'I.lmaO. and ahall > old land Th. mile, If and when within tha time I art forth the
W. Matroa_Mra. Jo ph Robert. 5 r. I ..1.. 'I'I r M I'mill 7 High Mrs. Keller done further the b* tn by .1.lmanl hi. ". b. eubjeit to the Truete pronoMl STUART
University .h.1
t study
: \n
M..lr'l i "mb. ,,, and his .
lInt Shol ben or lit. ,, .. ..
ant ,,.
lad-4tk T ur... I p.m.. TempU'cOVERNMENTAl. 'I,, ,. r any unto 71" The .u..f If any, will
JJaaoaU I II
> :"MI
Hndlo, Inc. the staff
1-' hi\ sri a i since ). 0 f South fkrido. Tampa. .",.h cliilm' nt demand not 1 ttiii of th* pho.phate, nilnerHla, and he sniffled (() day
p )In'., :, "i-tir. John T. Kut11 She of be v'Hit. metala and lit' or the petroleumthureon after the bid la accepted
OR.GX'MIZATIONS t ," I.' :,. 'HI van and Frank is I graduate Ninety Six Crespil began the conversational .h.1 : F RLCILAR MEETING
: ''I 'r, ''I/",.. I, .bIt uf mis. alork uf I Imh School S. C.. holdi bachebr Spanish the Junior .A UhlJgtK* Kiecutrlx or thereunder t'urrhaaer T. cit puOPIsar t. Florida r.-
Camailula: in La
City I' /,,. ,itt,. program of tha at I. required to pay for o furnl.h .. ISO right to reject anv and
M..yo'-Rn7. Cook t\\'I'.n)I:: .: : 1.1 1"' ." ,l aatlnit, I. own'd"' Inc by 'a degree from Greensboro High this year. He is aiM Mill and T.aimnt' of documentary tax atampa for the all hid. and to waive .n Into 8.00. P.M. 2nd and 4th
BaD 0. Sh ,
City C'. ..
Mon, I
tnd-4ta pmv of
"t.o 10' C and she IAYW .on..c" m.IU.
I.rl. and : N. had the MONDVYSSfuart
01" or \ Indian River I
Ceael Guard Aaalllar ., ", I. >::1.1.I.I '"i' r .. "ur". Colel. his OHPKK of ,. 1 the prpo..I. hall remain In force
CmmanderWalte J. BalimagMo :i ', I I".. II.r.l n. W.,\ graduate work at Win-I Junior College Adult School Fie TO" "I"DLETOS. OERi Internal improvement Fund ; the for thirty t30)) day after the 0.1.

.. P*.. CO.., Guard .... Bldg :0",'I'I :") TI"hl..J'.tar\'c.,nr.I : 1.11,1 1' '>r- throp College Rok Hull S. C resides with hit aunt and uncle son W I:ii,:LL Arm,',' Dial of Fiomida.FARRIO, BRYANT.. Governor of openingl ITY' OI CII laD

C.-J'roDII C...., Ca>adaelea A.) WnUs1.4.4th '")'. '"Kin'ui. .,I//,0,,."ot), ) "'J n..r.,.I. ,,,11.11. )Wehb, Mrs Keller and family reside I I' in Vero Beach l'alm .I' ."h., 11 I ,.rid.All'h. AU.V.. ,." R ".'t".n. flroto. ala JOE N.t.\RT'HOWDE Public Alw.y. Vclcom
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OMrtkoiM PutF b W March B, 13, at 700 East Fifth Street Stuart JOHN SHAW instructor 1" 1. ul.. .._ .
?w.. SilO; **-. im i a Pub ) .: 1 M."b .U. POd Plt r.b 10. 57. lunch I. 1. 1. Pub ll.pe'h"Wari"l i. r'17-r-: --: -.

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: Tin ri'.\nr (Florida) NEW! Thursday, March 12, 1964 1-D

Trailer Industrial Zone 1------------------------_

; Kirk in Race; Young Farmer

Gets a Turkey

Granted St. Lucie Falls Odham Filed Prize at Fair

AI IlenJry chairman for this
For the Senate
Re-zoning o I .in .ipproMni.itfortfiveacre .' eommssion\ can decide who docs year's Jaycees 'Outstanding Young
trail of land nSt 01 dies not live in trailers. nor e.in ( null I R Kirk!. Jr of J icksonMllt Farmer" award has announced that

Lucie Falls subdivision I was approved : time uummstiion legislate against : (limo.cicjit,! -\e.irold attorney, this year's winner will be named
by the Marlin ('ounty Commission their hiving children I In'lIr.m.'e'cutlve and investment Friday night March M at 8
at its regular I meeting! l'oumy Engineer and Zoning Fair
o'clock at the Count
!banker, has filed tor the U.
Tuesday. I Director Prod! Bell told the commission -
The land borders on St 1.ucic one section of the areais S. Senate on (he Republican ticket Presentation will be held at the
Canal One section was rezonedfrom /om\I industrial and the trailer I Me is seeking the office now held by Tri County Gas and Indiantown
Agriculture AI I to RT (traders park!. will act as a buffer betweenthe Senator Spessard I I. Holland, Gas Company's booth in the No
). The other parcel was re-zoned industrial property and Rest- Kirk was one of the foundersof I building on the fair grounds
from Agriculture AI to M3 (industrial dental :2 property, the Anuncan Heritage Life Insurance The winner will receive a plaque
). Bell suid he had stiiilied the Company and served! as and an eight-pound barbecued turkey -
County Commissioner Fdward matter closely and! approved! ol president" until two vears ago when Dick Pryor, Jaycce presIdent.
Miller told I the commissionersSome : the zoning made by the Plan he was elected vice chairman of will present the award
day we arc going! to haveto nmi) mid Zoning Commission. I the "bonrd and become a partner Iilhh two gas companies' along
stop these trailer parks!. all over Ilc also reported! the applica in the Wall Street brokerage!. firm Jaycees, will also giveaway
the county \\e are getting more lion for the Industrial and trailer of Haulcn. Stone & Compunv I Inc. I a gas barbecue grill a the
and! more and it has become a tax /onmg was made by South I Pork J. Brnilcv Ogham twice a CllO'i presentation.More .
problem They send their chil- Ranch: : Inc. through Joe drecn didale for I Florida governor pulled !
dren to tchool but ray no taxes" Ices. secretary. Urcenlecs i is chairman I a surprise insi before noon ruesdi than 275,000 American
Commissioner Jack; illiamson ol 1 the Planning and Zoning \ when he tiled is a: Democrattor manufacturing' plants: never haw
replied that he docs_not_believe the, Hoard the' office held ,b\ Holland ported a product.
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Charming Homes-Superb Location.
WAS MUSIC for the opening of Martin Count Fair grader from Jensen Beach Elementary schools. Observers said! .

;Monday afternoon, Shown here are the Martin Count School the throng present was the largest opening day crowd an the I
'> band and the sixth grade singers from Parker and fifth md sixth history of the Fair.

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:Postmaster Bob West Says This Is the Way I Bahal11a Terrace I

Want to Stop Rural I Box Number Changes? I


By BUNNY ABBOTT to do than devise! way of torturing 88-6. and, believe it or not, 87 word as sub-divisible ah-ha! '
the public," West added "It That," said West gently "is whywe fooled you, didn't I1)), but no
If you are a postal patron bv- have to renumber, but there'sno 578 X-l or 578 Q-17 1 .
g on Stuart's Rural Route 1, and makes for more work for our sort deadline on the renumbering, City delivery was extended! in
have just received notification that ers and carriers than it does for the normal course of notifying Stuart recently and increased rur '
the number of your box is to be the patron when we etfect a change correspondents will suffice"But al route service begun West already ; Lj
hanged, and have learned that it like this. there is another way, as we has 11"rCthlt city deliverymay J .Ii'
night have to be changed again However, West went on to explain promised The only thing is, it requires be extended north of Roosevelt
in a few years' time, and you're one just has to do something a little additional cooperation Bridge when the four-lanmg
wondering' i whether it would be about the present situa'icn by rural route patrons witha of U. S I is completed If patrons
better to murder Postmaster Bob The postmaster led us gcntivby ; scheme already beginning to in that area obtain their street
West or commit suicide Wait! the arm to one rack in the office work between Postmaster West and addresses from William E. Wheeler '
there's another way, which bore the following rural County Engineer Fred I Dell city building inspector, and
"It is true" said West Tuesday, route box numbers, built up overa This is what you should do if start using them now it will ob,I
that the rapid expansion of Martin period of years, and presently you would rather make just one viate a change later rniAa
County has necessitated! a renumbering functioning just: 88!, 88 A.I I, change and! have it last long, All he's trying to do is improve
of post office boxesIn 88! A-4, 88 C, 88 D-1. 88 D-3. long time. postal service, says \\este believe i ;dalr
areas around Stuart, and mayo 88 D-4 88 D-6, 88 F, 88 G. 88 Walk don't run, to Bell's officein him. Why dont you, and!
so further afield where subdivisions G-l, 88 G-2, 88 H. 88 G-4. 88 K, the courthouse, taking with you try to understand .
grow up almost without 88 1.. 88 M, 88 M-l, 88 M-4, the correct legal description of To prove his point, the postmaster
varnmg" 88 N-l, 88 N, 88 0, 88 0-1 1, 88 your property and he, (not while says he will welcome gen

'It! is not true, however, that I 0-I 1. 88 Q-2 88 Q-3, 88 Q-4. 88 you watt, because! he has a very uine suggestions! Iron any patron, .... ...Me.,.:_.... .a
it in my office with nothing else U, 88 W, 88 Y 88 Z, 88-I, 88.2, small statf) at as early a date as and Is even thinking ii:: of trying toorganire
possible, will give you a streetaddress a citizen t committee I TUB W1LLIAMSBURG"Two
such as "378 St, Lucie probably to meet monthly, for the
." This both Bell and purpose of considering improvements .
tkAt : West agree will not change, It is Bedrooms
t just possible that there may sub So don't murder West; don't $14 500
:: ;: tJ;*
.JP sequently be a 378-A, or even a commit suicide, get a street address .
''''-'/ .: ( 57841, if your property it sub'divisible use it, and offer to serve ,
TEQUESTA (and if there is such a on t the lal.ad.vi\OrY5.ommiUee.
...... ,..,.. r DRIVE --
[ Hunt More Stout Buildings

,... ...' --. TEQUESTA... ,. Fallout Shelters to ;. rti h

\ ,

\a vkif&! ; iigtgr&( Offering House 2,000 Personsnot

i r

I The Department of Defense, have been considered previous-

SPORTSWEAR Office of Civil Defense bus auth- iy L

orised a program to update the The Martin County Civil Defense -
1 national fallout shelter program
office is Inlerested In beating
for HENS and ROOSTERSCocktail in sixty-two more Florida coun .
heavily constructed buildings
ties The updating program is being any ,
I conducted by the Army Corps and three-story masonry' con i I,. v raw"r.r rtr.wwawAei..a wee"n xa 6iL ...,,. ..

of Engineers structions that were not includedin !
Dresses The shelter "TI IE YORKTOWN"
original survey program the initial shelter survey Owners
a was started In September, of such constructions are asked
Bathing Suits 1962, for Florida. The
updating Bedrooms
to call the Civil Defense officeat
e All Coats phase of the fallout shelter program 2871652. Building requirements
Purpose requires re-check of build. meeting Tno Baths $16 900
of providing 40
per .
ings constructed after the earlier ,
cent protectionactor/ from radioactivity
SARAH SltALLY LESLIE made revisions of Garage
FAY surveys ; can, with the owners' permission I
existing data ort buildings that
746-3433 MAR'and DICK RUS U.L may have been modified, and inclusion be designated as public
fall-out shelters and federal food,
of additional shelter
-- spacesin medical sanitation
.. existing buildings which may I and radiological detection
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instruments would be stocked at
these shelters
| Martin County has forty-seven
I known privately owned home shelters -
r and one public shelter capa-
I Isle of sheltering up to 500( peo-
i I pie, and MX facilities that can be
> I modified for shelter use within I
one hour's time. The total shelter
I space now available, including all I
a I! the known existing facilities would
SEE shelter only 2.00O( of the county'\
;'oj estimated 2,000population.:) Ihis
YOURSELF is an increase of 1,700( shelterspaces ,
I '
f since 1961. It is hoped that ,, M fir' r r 1 la
r In thl.plctur.* the updating program will provide
r an additional 1,000 spaces, said I
AI Keaton, director of Civil Defense "TilE NEWPORT"Two

7 Bedrooms
No Easter Seals :
y Iwo Baths 19,900.
I Giving If You .

'Gave United' Garage

Requests for contributions to
Florida Society for Crippled Children
and Adults, contained in mail
ings of Easter Seals he Ignored
by those who may have contributed Follow US. 1 f/z mile north of the St. Lucie River

United to Fund tie:' ,Jensen said Mrs Beach Zola-Rio I Msezr.a' M. s (Roosevclt Bridge ; Turn West at Powell's Diner

For a low-cost loan to finance I Tuesday Swarthout, president of the fund, i ,* Follow North Shore Drive / mile to Bahama Terrace

boat..boat trailer..outboard Mrs. Swarthout added that she I
had contacted Mis Marion Tw.hu- 4
motor-.S C/S/ check, chairman of the Martin ,a
County branch of the society and Robert H. LearT39"9
i that Mist Ttchischeck agreed that
contributors to the United Fund
had automatically given to the
BANK OFSTUART society, one of the funds beneficiaries -

India will need 18,000000 tons L7Grc1t xfvJ BOX 1984 AT 7.0635
of !steel annually within four yearsto
I maintain ite development The
I country's five plants are now producing '
6,000,000 tons a year. Substantial Down Payment Requireds
ru tr
THI rftlCNDU IANK* 121 L OCEAN ""....L ''''''T, FLORIDA As recently: as 1940 15 per cent
I of the women of the U. S. in their
early 30s had never been married;
in I960 it was just j 7 per cent. I


J-D THE STUART (Flat NEWS! Thumb March 12 19601 t. '
--- - _._- -- -- ._?- Mrs. C.L Menser To Address 'Ff :


.," Stuart Woman Club Meeting III.

Mr. C I L Venier past prtsi! '",,, ..... .- .11 1 iV

lent i>f the Florida Federation "t I IA {
'''men's (lubi. will be g u c s t
praker at I the
lull meeting I i on Wedtu|. "
by larch I IK at 2:V() p.m.
She will speak on her recent (r ,

rest'rN ... round the' world trip, visiting wornn
i : : :
% club Sirs, George' onrad.
+ 'v
rest president of the local club
., nd director, of federations tctivi

I( ie lectmgMr'. is program. chairman for thin, l ,1s. tv

,. !Menser is now serving the {
jcncral Federation: of Woman s
luht it chairman of hostesses in
he International Club Depart
N nent She has abet served as the
rat 'cJiration of Public .'IrfairD w
urtmcnt chairman t( h i k 1 a ,

r A native Vw Yorker she movd -
to Honda/ I m 1947 and started
I broadcasting station in Palm l r '
; leach County where she conduct 111 L y '
MRS t.
AI A'fl
; d a dl\: lime commercial woman, vt I
s sr
; ,_ 1
: TO cram ot interviews At the Mrs Randall, one of Stuart
i I nwnt time she and her family most popular accompanist, wa
ve in Vero Beach where he 11 presented with a membership in
I In officer of the Vero Beach Worn ,, the Sluurt Woman's Club last year s 4
n's ( h:b and immediate past soon. in opprc:lalion of her service to .
or of the Junior Woman's Club. I I Ilhe club and the community She
A4-- ;he 11 serving on the governor\ I trained throughout the countn for -: ;
; .
:itizent advisory committee on the many years a* accompanist for t1 *
eyed and on the ,.,vernor'l committee I, various well'known soloists/ At 'H.t _4
i G+ .w for the elimination in-1 I I I present Mr. Randall teaches and
Jecenl literature, is organist for the First Churchof ""'
; .
arden Club Mr John Sadlir. soloist. accompanied Christ Scientist : ": 'It ;"'" '
MRS. IIOMFR: Gn I INN, Boca Raton poke to the : : .
of Stuart Monday, March 9. She showed the member how to by Mr*. Dan M R a,ra Social hostesses" for the meet. A .j< .. ...- "" .. (' .\.. '. \ I .
Ball! will sing. "land of the Sky leg Wednesday will be Mrs I.In-
item I
make halt and other from palm fronds
Blue Water Sheep and Lambs I I wood 1 t I. Simmons Mrs .,
George ,
:- ': ::1.<" -i.. If : 'f. :. :
and "A Birthday, Mrs Sadler Kaupman I'oIn. C. Donald \Vardcr .
Garden Club Has Planted has : ,, :-!,, t.W i 'W'j .
a taught professionally" for ten Mrs J. Edward Book and ,('r : r ,
year She studied with Professor Mrs George De Qume ,II'i... \j t 'jo( t;}, ,'.?-"l'"j }:.... ,' .1..1i,... ,,!" ,, .....
Raymond Hunter of Palm Beach A luncheon honoring Mrs Men-
Total of 932 Trees in Citu at the University of Miami Schoolof I ser preceding the meeting will be 11IE HOBBY CI.IB oi Pirates rove. Port Salerno, held its annual tended Here some of the hobbyists" are shown with their exhibits
Music, and the ha* had her
at the Yacht Club Restaurant
hobby show on Fndai starch i when more than 200 persons at-
Seventy.four member and tit. en: the false dragonhead gopher own radio program al station Port Salerno at noon. Offi
WIRA in Fort Pierce. She has and members --, ----
errs of the club -
attended the
teen guests regular and or custard may
apple paw paw apple
monthly meeting of the Garden and gave pointer on their Church served a of* soloist for the First bring guests For reservations call l Hobe Sound Colony. Inc I to 1 Miller Lot IT block 3, Indian 44, Broadway Section of St Lucie I

Club of Stuart hell Monday care and transplanting; .. Va__Christ Scientist Rich. Mr, Conrad 287-2091_ .. .. or. Mr*. I Richard Zgraggen I Lot I I. block I Ridge subdivision $2.800. Estates, $16000
and V.n"'AAp
C R. .. '"
March 9 at I 1:30: .m. at I h eWoman'l I -_-- ._ .U I. .O''V'''''''. AC1
p _
The program portion of the -- "------ -- --- 2, section 1 I. Hobc Sound Colony Martin County to Adele K Wil- I. M Elkms to Isaac Matthew I
Club meeting was begun with members $n/oo. I |loughby Low 18 and 20. block Elkins Jr. Property in tract 3. TIME
Mrs. W. A. Gesner Introduced. and guests wearing hats made from I Alvie 1. Clayton to C A. St ', 51' 1. Golden Gate Park $100 Tropical Fruit Farms. $100.
four new members who were welcomed the cocoanut palm frond. Those WARRANTY DEEDS Onge 1.01500 and Vi. block I Albert Schenholm to A. William: St Lucie Lands, Inc to George
into the club: sustaining modeling hats were, Mrs Clyde FILED 2) Olympia Plat No I I. SIMOO. Hew son. Lot I II I, section 22. township M Terry Lot 137. Sea Gate Harbor .
member, Mrs T C McRobcrts; Coutant, Mr*. Richard ---------
Hupfel .. 42 E $2,000
-- John S. Fo\ to Kemp Tucker, I 40 S., range $2900. .
active members Mr*. J. M. Rose, -
Dr lone Knit, Mrs John U. Men-
1- Lot 21. block 6. First Addition n Ruhnke M CharlesP.
Arthur to
Not.: Th. trsn.acttnn fleur.a Daniel F. Ross to Thomas
Mrs. H. A Potsdam and Mrs L
nmger.Mrs. D A. O'Kelly, Mrs. .Rican .10", ar. .ollm..d' from.tat. Church, Inc to Southside Christian Indiantown Park. $12 MOSt (). Lots 14 15, 16 and 17, amended Babcock, Property in lot 9.
K Merrill. Carl and Sirs I. r. .n" omud In Church, Inc .
Strandberg Property in Gertrude
Mrs. Picket Warren and Mrs T'j d the doeda at ho rate or too Lucie Lands, Inc. to W. P plat of Palm City $900 block 14, Rio St. Lucie subdivision
Taylor ..... Ricous subdivision $18.- .
tonta pr than In wh.r. Bishop, Lot I 113, Sea Gale Harbor Arthur Ruhnke to John F. $11.500.
William Walter reported on the The program chairman, Mrs D. conaidsntlon .Is nominal, .auchu 000 $2500. Mann Q. Berg to Ernest Liss -- 7A
of the Spring Festival to rllnquiiihimint' or tru l I I Lynch Lots 27 and 28, Broadway f
//ogreu I A O'Kelly, introduced the speak. hlpa or similar ra..... who ro notnnnoy Drew W. King Jr. to Willard Milford Manning) James Z. Section of St. Lucie Estates. $9- et al Property in St Lucie Inlet
March 21
at the estate of ,
Mrs Patricia Murphy Kieman: i er, Mrs Homer Gwmn of Boca Inllril.chimera a mandatary hands minimum.Iamp. Ross taughon Property in government Burgess, trustee Property in lot 950. Farms, 514,000.StuartSlartin.
Two of the items be Raton who demonstrated the art lira v.lu.. Thrrr- ar* In.tnnr-n lot 2. section 35, township I, block 2. amended plat of Belle j I East Coast Lumber &; SupplyCompany Inc. to G. Allen
the affair were to presented given awayat to of making and designing, of cocoa- whir' an* moro Inatruiwnl tamps than are pt..don artunlvatu 37 S., range 41 E. SJ7/oo. View Court. $300 I ( to Albert F Eno Property Sanders. Lot 2, block 2. River

the members. Mrs, Thomas Thur- I nut palm frond hats She brought I or' the a trannfer but. prrlodlralu .- John R Myers to John R. Murphy John Grim to Raymond Myd I ( In lots 17,18 and 19, block Point $15.500ANNOUNCING .
many other items she had made: comptroller orflc.Inv.mlaatre Lot 3. block Imtkl. section -- -
low modeled a lovefyportrait Russian thoa C"*.. in II, Second Ad. Property in 16\\ -
fans for a wall or flower I... dition 37 41 I
arrangement which msmpo tpptir to to Indiantown Park. $7,800. township S. range E. S4.500.\\
white fox stole and Mrs FrankLabadie. .
a mink stole background, table mats and hav wsrrsni"d.boon I".d Th. No thin,'. takra th.. tat no Coral I Gardens Construction Talona Development Company I
baskets Mrs. Gwinn is a very able rrapnnmblllty for the vatlmafMarch Company, Inc to Ralph A. Dow. to Lone Star Really. Inc. Property the
Mrs W A. Gesner told the demonstrator and teacher and the \ .01 ,"I"aUna. dell. Lot 2. block 5. Coral Gardens in tract 8. block 70 Si Lucie In. ,
.a group that to date 932 trees had members asked her to return to ( 3 through 10)) subdivision plat 2. $100. let Farms $25000( I Newest of New Boats NKAL 1.AWMA.Aa M
been planted by members of the conduct a workshop April 21 J. The Robert H Lear, Inc to R.H.L Vincent Traoolmo to Grover I
local club: and she expected" the time and place will be announced Burgess B. Field ,to John,J. Cvnslruclmn Corporation kot'3l I, W. Hendncks Property in section
number to swell to over 1.000 to those who registered' for the Demo an undivided one-fourth Bahama Terrace. $11I0. j 132. township 39 S. 'range 42 E.
within a short time She compli course interest, Milchel Buck an undivided M A Sumner to James Gos- $4,800A The "MPERIIL"'V
mented the members on their cooperation Members are reminded of the one.fourth interest. and ThomasJ ney Property in government lot I J: Wilkie to Edward F Ken.I I
,in helping to attain the Landscape Forum to he held March Batted an undivided one-half 3, section 33 township 37 S., die. Lots I and 2. block 9. First Hartford Family Auto Insur
goal set by the State Federation 31 I at the Mounts Building West interest property in government range 41 E $4.UK). Addition to Arch Heights $4.000. I I Bottom Lapstrake Hull SlIce will provide you with broad
Mn. D S }Hudson. Sr presented Palm Beach, from 9:30 a,m. t to Lot 3. section 30 township 37 S? Clinton Teems li> Charles J. I A B. Kane to Irving { VanBrooker Around \\lndshkld protection at substantial lav-
the door pre( of a Formosa 2:30: p.m.Hostess. range 42 E $62.500. Digsby, lots 2 and 4. block 90, ; Lots 14 and block I I High Wrap legs If you have good driv
azalea plant to" Kirs P. L. Steel- were Mrs E. A. Men- Kalhryn Mae Fonda to Golden Gate 3800. 57, Golden/ Gate Park. SHill), o Complete Steering ing record. And with the Hartford -
Forward Deck Hatch
man.The finger, chairman, Mrs Jack Coleman tine V Sica. Property in I James Z Burgess to Lawton D Annette Jameson William R. I name on your policy there
horticulture chairman, Mr*. Mrs Lesctr Davit I Mrs. ) 9, 10 and I II I, lakes Park valen'l Wall. Property in lot 1 I. block 2, Miller. Lot t 6. block 186. Port Sa o Full Double Bottom need be no doubt about the

H B. Swmglchurst. showed few Lester Davis, Mrs. Thomas Darling lion. $1,000Jensen I ). I amended plat of Belle View Court. Icrno $,00. I I Bow Light Stern Light, Step Pad quality of your insurance.can .
St Lucie Lands. Inc. William
specimens of our local wild flow. and Mrs William J. Donovan Beach Community 1 $100. to
------- --- ------- _- J. Smith Lot 78, Sea Gate All At No Extra Cost our office now to tee if
Harbor 53,000.Pauline ALso you qualify for savings, on the

'64 Chevy n Super Sport with V8 power7fI ey Irving Lot 3.C.Horseshoe R. Javne Bloom to Point to Carlyle Myrl$5 Spiv-.(000 H. The Aristo Craft "TOP tRD buyl finest! auto insurance you -an

Perkins Lots 9. 10, II I I, 12 and Both Available In Inboard, Outboard and Inboard-Outboard
13 block 182, Port Salerno $4,- '
50(). See, These Beautiful Boats At t tI
Trustees of the Internal Improvement ,
Fund of the Slate of
i Florida to A. R. (lonts. A parcelof BAILEY BOAT
!submerged land in the Si I.ucic i
River in !section 32 township 37

S..Stanley range 41 W.F Eichholz. $498750 to Seldon:' AlA Jensen Beach 281.0936 II I J .

Grey Lot 19. block ISO Golden ,
I Gate S500(). I
Gussie Dixon to Annie I Lee Bry-1 I a'' m 'i.ohtlM"Y."YIt'L1V"I'I'l:1I'i1W'I: : ; \ '\: \ I\'i1.\ .''l rftt r.mr'Y'tl'm. 1tlTmmltlTIi \ \
anu lot 19. block 2, Ruffs Ullle'' .
Dixie Addition $100)( .
wawes'.w s wurs..w Robert G. Sabella" ct al to John
..._ w.o Gerken. lot 23 Mobile Home ,I
Gardens. $1 I.400alter )( i FIRSTMORTGAGE ri
\\' Lee Wells to F Julian
Davis lot 4, block 23, Port Sew. :

U e and just the place to enjoy it all.William$3300( .J. \Vciss to Edwin DIf I'

:ii; lrooperBillSdUSm I I

r CORP. :

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i iI iI it OF
I 1 i STUART g

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t I o0
II Nora Sport rick 5
Ma ttnprr BuetH Stall -
I: Find out for yourself what this Chevy II can really do. tf transm !lIion. Both are optional at extra cost, along with ...fastwrrit QUARTERLY

t there are hills nearby, let it give them a good going-over, a Poeitraction rear axle AM-FM radio, and many other
Then we it give slow-moving trucks the run-around accessories.! And for all \Its new power, Chevy I II I rides BO
I With its new extra-cost V 8 you need but give the acceler-. softly it seems to glide along the highway. Thats
ator an inch,and this Super Sport will take t mile. because it baa high-mounted independent coil springs in i!::
And this great' highway performer looks the part it the front and Mono-Plate I ngle-Jealaprinp in the rear.
plays ao welL A glance at its all-vinyl interior With everything Chevy II Super Sport has go.- I ON INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES
and door-to-doorcarseting{ will tell you that. log for it, it'a no surprise your Chevrolet alet :
There's your choice of either the floor-mounted mDu La anxious to show you its price: tax. Because y4 g FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY
/ Powerglide or Four-Speed Synehro-Meih that's the only thing about it that i isn't super. g
you're Many
THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet*ChereGe* vynCorvaIrConetto > 4 I drivers who are fatigued from g East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart -

I Sit Pews W CJ.mokf SAme IJIII 4J wort long hours of driving or I
v. other reasons,, weave over the | 74)122()
center lint ind crash Into other
can, or fall asleep ind drive 2 Corner Atlantic Ave and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce

J BILL GREENE CHEVROLET COMPANY off stop the the roadway.car, rest Ta or be take safe e, I HOward 1-3160 g

cotes kl* break before containM\ | W5 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vero Beach

COLORADO' AVtStli: STUART DIAL ATfantfc M2JJ -- ----- M1 WI\W.v.:\ : M\liV\ V.at\l\ "!.UJ.U tfLV U.w'V "lW ;

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MVANFE RIVER is played softly by this 'symphony orchestraof !ts '

colorful pipe cleaners, one of the most' unusual exhibitu the t iu15 ..
Martin ( ounty Fair The symphony is ,"t project) ot: Rub, Kcl t ,
tons tilth grade claal Parker SchoolSOCIETY ( IN1MAflgr'b

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I'r- :1 llso A Shelf of }'ocational Hooks ) :

:.... NNM.N.N.N..IN.NN.Collection ..+ "
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i Given to Martin Public LibraryTwo 0F, o.bl. ,an.stl ,i, n EIRI"IIII'It(11x I ( \im\KDS s ) IIIKUKKS

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new collections are in the son is giving to the Marlin I Coun vocational training in special areas,
making at Martin County I I I surveys covering vocational fields. ._. '_ ....041 ... ill, Illinois who I registered to take I The dim I is hili! ,in W.'dmdas
Library I hook on guidance and counseling I Hum' nights' from 7 unlit mil ?.11 l> ,on

Mrs Charles Patterson is givin also monographs on many High School News \\ hell the result came; in thaliinn tmuc for eight more 'seek,
to the library a unique I kinds ol careers here I will be II .
will whirr eiiih Hlundsin '
>rs toe
fascinating collection of book too on personal growth and 'onapmle.t (HIIDRIN: INMIIH
aries of all kinds Words and \. I I development By CIIHOI. IIIAIIIn : \111111'11I1"i to ,ill other Juniors 10 'ItMPrKtM: ; 11IKI'The .
in the niition"" High scorers!
'harles puzzle were Patterson the hobby and of the I : Irm material will he useful to .111I mmmHm mF'iiiiifinSeniors :! ... hive the chance t III( compete for loyal Temperance I legion

u's i is I ies were his source material. .n; ,I I education anyone wanting in lo continue and his I Nationil' Merit SeholiirshipsNight fellowship )group! ol Stuart will
undergraduate ChooseSuperlatives meet on Saturday at I 10() a m al
This collection that Mrs.
work, and will also
post graduate the First Mclhtxlist t Church: begin
I -- ----- I I help. people I lo decide i on vocations Algebra/ ning March 14 'I he group has

I I previously on Tuesday ut 4

,,' i Physicians War on'Phenylketonuria kU I KGRltN Course Starts p met.m. All children ages six lo twelveare

f< ,' : I I ('OJ'n IJliiU..S AT SI.JOStPII ". Superlative of the senior class Ai ulgehia, II course. taught invited

\ ,With i t I AC ADI-MY!\ have been chosen. Students who 1 1hll'e hy Walter Wills, is being offered
'.) Special KitA of the earth
I tenth
Barely ii
The Sisters of Saint Joseph. at outstanding qualities of character I ui nil tiiidints who wish to review suitable f for growing
{ mathematics turfuie is
: ( new service Martin 'I Saint Joseph Academy, J en.t n or talent are chosen hy felI I ulgchrn/ or In dike more
Beach that the kindergarten low members of the class he I in prepiinition for college ..Crops.:
ial 1 Hospital it offering announce to : rI -- .
j K ITtti:: ) ..... .-.NLN.NIN.v
is the distribution of )! will continue to operate feuluaJ in the yearbook IN- --- -- -
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:: to all mothers of newborn Beginning with the fall term, Ihc most intelligent are Num.:) i

". .,,'; If.'I' 'PKU" means 19M. increased facilities and Half McCorm'tk' y Martin; (the
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,(1, i' a disease i which prevents the will he provided and both boys most l Kindred I and SALE
',; mal development of a baby'i and girls will 'be admitted, The font Kadmgor, the most likely in
f. ':, It is a rare disease, but new hours will be from: 9amto succeed Arden Hrnnnan und 1 OivM PRICE PRICE
it can he treated by a special : 'i : : f : 1 noun Duncan; the most conyvnml '
a;" I r and because it is so easily i i i Applications are now being accepted Marcia While ide and lorn .III*-
ed, every baby!> should he tested for In* fill term und! formal ken; the most Athletic Mary Lane ALL GREETING CARDS
; t, The test is simply done ut registration is set for March und Kenny Foots; the most uitractive. -
:" 'r i a r by the mother by moistening a I ,M >fr.im Umti'H., ,ia noon and I Irons Karen Droning und Philip
.. 'it'v' ,. I 5 Matthews ( Everyday: & Holiday/ )
,,' "f cial Phemstii" strip with a | 2 to p mAny ; the most dependable
{ diaper This is done three times further information desired Glee Foster pad! Don lie Nevue,
I at ages two weeks four weeks ( may he lshH lg Sister i and the cutest couple, Karen" Jensen Thursday, Friday Saturday Only
, six weeks. The report is then I i Mary J at 2871991 and Orlando Wright.
ed to the doctor | I I between the hours of ft:10

These kits' with complete and H:3IJ: ) p.m. daily. VALENTINE'SNOOK
Juniors Take
i structions, are given free of --
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to each mother as she goer A of murals portraying Merit Exams?
from the obstetrical service, Ch eo':1'lCl: l life in, the fourth:: & RECORD SHOP.

its use is endorsed by all I und! early fifth centuries have been I National M a r I I. fxnmimiiions( .JJ9 F. (keen Boulevard Phone, AT 7-04113)
on the staff at Martin unearthed in a tomb in Yunun were given Tuesday Murch 10

MR. AND MRS. DONALD EDWARD ARtNDP j Hospital Province.. South China. _In!._the. mathematic i laboratory. to. .. I .. -
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Saturday Methodist Church & SPORTS REMIUM


Miss Patricia Rae Denny became accessonesand a green rose corsage ? T

the bride of Donald Edward Arendtin and her grreatgrandmother GILLETTE TIRE SALE 4 FULL PLY, NOT a PLY

ceremonies Saturday March 6 Mrs Gertrude Crumh, who wore
at the First t Methodist Church at New t Not $00001 Nit Ck.m..'.f.
swiss dress with
an orchid dotted 4 FULL
7:30: p.m. The Rev. Walter D. Jessup PLY .1111)I "If YOU HAVI A PUNCTUII WI
officiated at the double-ring rose accessories and Trenched rose NIW a NOT IICONDI a NOT ; : SIRVICI"
,.., .. PROfLE1T-7"R'i
ceremony. snapdragons '" LOW '''''''"''''''" """ ""A" '''''

Parents of the couple are Mrs Following the ceremony. a reception :;iC-I.T: "i: ; .. IN WRITING TO WEAR ;r t: il:! :' : ., ; =1 =1.1101e '
and Mr and Mrs held at the home of YOUR CHOICE
Gladys Denney was
Herbert B. Lush Sr. Tort Pierce. Mrs '- : In Writing To 30 MONTHS 1 1 III Writing To Wear
the grandparents Mr. and 30 Months-25.000 ; or 100;. DuPONT NYLON PAT 36 Moflth-.30.QOO Mlles
Decorations at the church were Edward S. Boxwcll, Port Scwall :; 1. sad ....,. ,.....*. : L co. mud ...... '_..... ...IN5
rnskcts of white gladioli with snapdragons ..... ",ooh, hr.l.M, .to I THE laME PRICE' 25,000 MILES J'' ..H, .krMt., ,. Serving at the reception were 1 dN '. ..d .',. ,, [ I.. .. I ... :: r'
chrysanthemums I
large white West Palm i :=,.di.:DNN5.500 : = ......., a.e... .000 ..II" off
candelabra Miss Drcena Slautr -- ,. 1," N,.. ,.. ,"
and N PLY 50 M/ar..t s
Gilson, and :r ..,......... ... ,...."d NOT a PLY 'I'J :All N,. nll"aui i=. /,.
Traditional nuptial music wan Beach and Miss Nancy -e: .. ..II.. ...... .. ..I. I UVVUVVUWIUWUrl' O u'JUUUG9'; ij '9UI!'"i t5 : ,... w .NM N Aa1.l. ..aNte q'
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Mrs. Marvin Keller, organist Miss Maureen Papsidero was al I tlCONDS a NOT CHANtlOVIM .Ale .111.. ;
played by .. ., .,,. ....
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by her grandfather the bride's book. I U VUUU'UuUUU' ; .' i 8t 14" TUBELESS IS" TUBE.TYPE4404SOiIS UUWIIIW! OIJOIIUUOilUUIIUU'JOUUU"\lI'l \ II" ,, I'' sb\\;
Given in marriage For her wedding trip to north

Edward S. !Bo\well, the Florida and Silver Springs, the '! 600x13 13.95 650113 700113
silk 12.00 .2 for 23.00
of organza .
bride wore a gown bride i chose a pale blue and white TUBELESS WHITEWALLS
over taffeta with a scoop necK linen suit with t white: accessories! I 650x13 If 15.95 4701 13.28 2 for 25.56
T h t 1595 5168
sleeves. '
and long pointed i II I h and wore a while rose corsage I 700x13 16.95570x13 600x13. 17.95. 2 for 34.90
neckline. wan embroidered She is a graduate of Martin 710(15 .14.91 2 for 28.82
almcon lace sequins and seed County High School and is employed 16,95 2 for 30.90 2 for 32.90 650x13 .19.95 2 for 38.90
chapel 740x1 14,42 2 for 32.24
The drew a
pearls. by Stuart Paint and Sup 670x15 18.95 2 for 36.90
veil 640x13 15.83 .00114
train. Her elbow length graduate . 800/820x1 19.68 2 for 38.36
illusion was held by. a The foreheaaspray bridecarried r'n' McCarty mHigh School, 520x13 13.63 710x15 19.95 ? 2 for 38.90
of seed pearls
Fort Pierce and is employed by 1795
of 760x15 21.95. 2 for 42.90
large .
a cascade bouquet the West Palm Beach branch of 560x13 14.23 ? 15" TUBELESS
white' frenched chrysanthemums the National Cash Register Company 800/820x1524.95. .2 for 48.90
haloed by net and a leaf shaped 590x15 15.79 32.90 2 for 34.0

tubing with satin streamers. Judith Out-of-town guests were Mr. 600x15 15.79 640/650115 13.53 2 for 26.06 700x14. to 21.45 2 for 41.90
Sister of the bride. Miss and Mrs. W A. Slauter Miami, 900/950114 14.54 2 for 28.08
maidofhonor.She I 47015 . 750x14. 21.95..t 2 for 42.90
Lynn Dcnney. was Mr and Mrs M P. Hutchinson 135x380 13.30 .

wore a ballerina-length chiffon over dress taffeta Mr and Mrs. Wayne Rouse Mr. 560x15 14.95 2295 710x15 15.90 'f. 2 for 30.80 800x14. 22.95 2 for 44.90
of emerald green Mr. andti's.
with a scoop neck and I satin and Mrs. Allen Osleen and Mrs 760x15 'oo 18.61 2 for 36.22800820x15 850x14. 24.95. 2 for 48.90
',l l S'OIt Grimm. Mr 500x14 14.64 s.
belt She wore a matching emerl Arthur: Walker and Mr. and Mrs I 38.90 2 for 40, 21.23 2 for 41.46 900/950x1427.95. 2 for 54.90
green bandeau pn her head.white She Morris Lybrand, all of Fort Pierce. 560x14 14.64 .
carrieda cascade bouquet stream- WHITIWAllf $2II rU tiitrwill $3 per lire extra
chrysanthemums with satin 7CNCER: ORADUATil)

Bridesmaid Miss Karol I Lee
sister of the bride and Marine Private First Class Harold
Miss Doris E. Uhl. and were T. Zengcr, son of Mrs Emmy .J.r..4.: ILl.riu* '". TAX "OM I.1J N Uf AltO rout OLD TII" 0" YOU CAR rt
dressed identically lo the maid-of- P Zenger of Jensen Beach graduated M4AIDUIS CONDITION AT NO IXTIA COAT ALL .." TillS PLUS Pin TAX ALSO !IP
on Ftb 14 from Communication NO IICAPPAILI IXCHANtl. ADO 11C PhI Till. NO MOUNTING CHAIAI.

hSest man was Allen Osteen Center School at Camp Le- .,

and ushrs were Wayne Rouse and jeime, N. C. END
Michael Hutchinson all of Fort He studied teletype_ operation, A A a A t 9 wr
typing, communication: organzatam
Pierce. Marine naval
For bee daughter's wedding. In the Corps
chose a pink silk rib- communications systems security NO MONEY DOWN
bon Mrs.knit Dcnney sheath dress and wore I I in communications and preventa- ; OPEN DAILY AND SATURDAY TIL 6 P.M.

Lush worea tive maintenance of communication )
white rose corsage
No $125 1
turquoise pure silk sheath dreg I equipment, who purchase of 2 new ( $ Mounting Charge A5UM Weekly

and she also wore a white" rose The Great Smoky Mountain*, we adjiwt caster, amber 834 South 4th Street Phone 1101.1977 I jour truijor/ oil to. credit, curd and

conage. the wedding were I national park partly in North Carolina and Inspect entire front-end drp.rta it Mar credit curds to establish

the Also bride's attending grandmother Mrs. Edward covers a vast area estimated von part. (Reg. price ". FORT PIERCE credit. wllh ...

S. BoxwelU who wore a I to be in excess of one-half millioni

,beige linen heath dress with green i .:res.


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1'Itb Inoll 'l j > :: '. "I :' -with-Pastor- Frenk of North Palm Stations of the Cross Friday

J.mis., ."t : : W"1' Beach, preaching on the theme, 2:30 p.m.Public ,

,{ .$;;;: "I ';' j.' "Am I a Little Christ t1" After the school students who wishto
1- ..,I ... 0, ;i' I : service the Ladies Guild will meet enter Central Catholic High EAGLES ARE NESTING AT TilE FAIR

rTht. t..,_ ,.ad 0> ,1 r .""':' ,)i'...c briefly. School, Fort Pierce, m September !
Sunday morning worship services should fill out an application at -' --- -

lure...., .. SAILFISH CLUB BROUGHT THEIR OWN SPECIMENSReverend are at t ;1030, with Bible class the rectory Entrance exams are SI, MUIYS EPISCOPAL held at 1045: and is under the direction corner of Third Strcei ."
In 1' and Sunday school preceding at to he given March 21 at 9 a.m. of Winston Woodson. fornia Avenue.
9H al the school 900( ) Avenue Thursday, March 12: 9 a.m..
: Orange
M. n+sw held and the study in the book of Fort Pierce Holy Eucharist; 930: a.m., heal Epworth League services will be Sunday, March I H hodist \1,
"aPm Every Sunday morning at 9,10) Eucharist held at the church beginning at Church will haw ". ,I ,
M Romans will be continued. The the Lutheran: Church The East Coast 1 of the ing service; 10 am, Holy
TV Deanery
program Churchwomen 6:30: Sunday evening, beginning at :30 p.m I II" ,
and chancel choirs will re for Episcopal :
and youth "This Is the Life can he seen on Miami Diocesan Council of Cuth will the be a service each night III ih, \,
cloister The message -
hearse at 815: Wednesday 10 a.m., meeting in room. pastor bring
pm Channl 5, WP1V The subject olio Women will hold a meeting
M. 7 30. through Friday. The Ri\ (
cbs. t ts The Anglers Sunday School next Sunday is "Christ an Witness March 18 at the Collonadcs Hotel, Luncheon served after meeting The at the evening service of the at church: ence Yates of Sebring WIll I h II
MuPr Class will be host to the Dorcas in the program entitled "A New Singer Island, Riviera Beach Call Friday, March 13: 3pm? Girls' prayer service 7:15. guest speaker. Come and h""_ \,
will be held at
Wednesday :
Class and their guests at a banquet Harvest" Mrs. Ed Kinsclla at AT 74765 Friendly Society; 7:30 p.m., adult friend.
toMa 30 in class On Wednesday, March 18, the
next Thursday evening at 6: for reservations confIrmation
"Love Without Malice" will be
Q filmstrip, "Welcome To The Club" Monday, March Ih M
p... the church basement Dr. Oswald Hoffman topic on The Sisters of St. Joseph at Saturday March 14: 10 a.m.. will \
will be shown. prayer group meet! H i
I.' At both the Sunday morning the Lutheran Radio Hour on Sun Jensen Beach announce that the junior choir; I II I am, children Tuesday, March 17 \\ s I
Pr.4th vat.. .. ...w. ...wr.rs.r services, Chaplain John N, Hud day at 735: p.m. on WSTU. kindergarten will continue to op- confirmation class be A Youth Concert Program will of hive: their regulai n'i' I swill
by people
son will speak on 'The Meaning crate. Beginning with I the fall March \\5 7 30 ., young ,
Mr. and Mrs Merril Sehercr Sunday, : : a m the Port Salerno area, and will be at 1210: p.m. It will be .i \111\\, "
P.b Clarence Yates of Biptum." The baptismal service and Mrs, Ada Scherer of Ashland, term both boys and girls will be Holy Eucharist; 915: a.m.. Family held at the Salerno Southern Methodist dish luncheon meeting.
admitted Hours will be 9.12. Fur
follow the At the
Prat will t message school II
Va. membership Eucharist and Sunday ;
were accepted into MRS I
IndPab ther information be obtainedby Church on Thursday, March UI.\|
7 45 he will
evening service at : may confirmation with
last a.m., service u
...... : Leads Methodist Revival speak on "The Meaning of 1 the Pastor at Redeemer Bible Class meets Sunday every calling Sister Mary Jerome, Bishop William Hargrave confirm- I all.19 An invitation is extended to Pine Lake Drive I

lad Lords Supper" and the Lords Tuesday evening at the church al SSJ at 287.1991 between 6:30 ing the class A reception will be 9 am.. morning worshii! ,, '
Supper will be observed at t h i i and 8'.") -n, after 10am.. ,
fobST ligious work He was once rresi'dent 7:30.: given in the cloister patio ice; Sunday church 'eh "
: Revival services will be held at service and RIO BVFIIST Classes for all ,
of the Council of The church is open for medita- service to welcome the bishop ages I Haming I '''''I'
porr. : the First Methodist Church of Kentucky Monday afternoon at 3:30: the tion and prayer every day and the OSdOIAML' : siun' the confirmation class All members Revival services will be held worship service. Fellow,,;
Churches Department of Radio and GAt and Sunbeams will meet at moms i, SM: and friends invited to through at nnd coffee hour lolln,
: Stuart Sunday evening, March 1 IS rose display garden is open to the are Wednesday Saturday in patio
"4 : at 7:30, and each evening there. Broadcasting and has 'had two TV the church Mrs, Von Hendrixwill public. Sunday school at 9:30: ) ant under attend to make this a memorable 7:30: p.m.. with Rev. Bob Dykes ing church service; 6 pm Yours, ,
.. after through Friday, March 20 programs of his i own He now has be hostess to the Ruth Sun direction of Rev. Charles l event for the new members of the of Perry as the evangelist and Rev Fellowship.
porFiro All meetings will begin promptly a thirty-minute radio program day School: Class at her home Mon ST. JOSFPII CATHOLIC Bennett. parish. Lewis i Slancil of Tropical Farmsas Pairs 'N Spares will ha s ,

RI.Pr : at 730: broadcast News- weekly entitled "Good day evening at 8 Sunday Masses. 7, 9 and I 11 I a.m.; Rev. Durward H. Knight Jr., Wednesday; March 18: 7:30pm the song leader Everyone is invited Bring Your Own Steak" supr-,
The Rev, Clarence Yatei is the The cherub and carol choirs will Masses 6:30 and 8 30 pastor, will speak on the subject .. senior choir There is ample parking, A Saturday, March 14 at 6' 10\ 1"
I"It. There will be music and singingat weekday : : : "Dare To Be Daniel" 1 II 1 will be for infants .
: visiting evangelist Pastor of the meet at the church Tuesday after. Mass a at a m nursery provided followed by a "Sing-A-Long 'h
am;; Wednesday 6pmA
the revival services The .
of Sc publicis noon for rehearsal SundayPastors each night during the service. Mitch
First Method Church mission for the men of the CONGRIGAIIONVL: : : program.
bring, he was formerly an associate invited parish begins on March 15 for office hours are Wed. Sunday school begins at 9:45 Sunday evening.. March I:N. this( ,
4e. of Evangelist Ford Philpot, who REDEEMER LUTHERAN one week, to be conducted by the ne day from 2 to 5 p.m. The pastor The Bible Union Church, Ninth am., with a class of Bible study will be a study group at the hllnh

; is known from coast to coast:: FIRST BAPTIST Fifth Lenten evening service Very Rev. Fr James G. Clune may be seen at other times by school Street at Palm 9:45 City a.m., Judson holds Mincar church for everyone The goal 1 for attendance at 7 pm Subject, "The I Iid.,
.: Rev Yates has conducted revivals Stuart will be held at Redeemer Lutheran Miraculous Medal Perpetual No. appointment in Sunday school has been Christian Faith and life" Ri1owne ,
Hol in fifteen' "'States. Ho has Wednesday evening at 7:30: the Church, East Ocean Boulevard, on vena after 6 p.m. Mass on Wed Prayer held each service Wednesday and Bible studyis nightat is superintendent I is at II o'clock.Morning Sermon worship by- set at 201 I. Rev Dykes will be the will be teacher

I"i3 Pro been active in radio and TV re mid-week worship service will be Wednesday, March II at 7:30, ne day. 7:45 and is under the direction the pastor. Rev. Lawrie J. Sharp speaker service during at I 11 the l. and morning the evening worship Session will meet at the ChIli, ,Ii

of Rev. Charles Bennett will be Disciplcship:' Sunday worship service at 745.: Training Monday evening, March Ir.I I II
-" evening at 6 is the Fellowship 730:
per Union begins at 6:30 p.m,
AIL SAINTS': EPISCOPALJensen : iod for boy and girls of junior and The Men's Club will hold r I Ii.dire' ,-
P.' The Associational School
NIAGARA THERAPY MANUFACTURING Reach junior high There will be adiscussion Sunday night" catered) dill
Pro : age \ ,. chicken: ; /
; will '
be held 710pm )
meeting Monday,
In* !
f, tnursday, Mirch {h, Si Gregory of f Christian symbolsled .. at the Westside Baptist i ner, Monday evening, March 't\
It by Mr. Sharp. at 6:30:
: 10 a.m., Holy Communion Church in Fort Pierce p.m.
I4 Intention: "Church of England," Lenten Bible Class on Wednes The Women Association ii ii'I

Jol CORPORATION Holy unction following, 8 p.m.. day morning at 10 a.m., conducted FIRST MKTIIODISr have an Easter Retreat on I III i "
Chi to adult study group, by the pastor and open to ev Stuart day, March 24. A fellowship hi) rand

.. Friday, March 13: 6 a.m., Holy crybody Wednesday, March I II L: Chan. dessert will precede therein 01
A. .. Communion. Intention: "Our Par- Prayer group at the home of eel choir will rehearse at 7:30 at MO: p,m. All women of t 11 It; e
iA ish Family Light breakfast follows Mrs. Gay Jerome at 10 a.m., Friday Thursday; March 12: First Methodist church are invited and encoi.
Church choir on Friday eve aged to participate
.bar t Church official hoard of directors
Pro ANNOUNCES A SHIPMENTOF Sunday. March I 15, Passion Sun fling at 7.S.ILFRNO. will meet at 7:to p.m.
I.' day: 7:30: a.m.. Holy Communion; Friday March 13: Women HOBF SOUND
Ls 9 a.m., Family Communion; 1 11 1 1a SOU! I URNMLiHums : : prayer meeting at 10 a.01, The SOUllltRN: MUllODISf:
tar .m., morning prayer r junior choir will rehearse at 3:30: (Community Building)
Ito OF NIAGARA BED UNITS Tuesday, March 17, St Patrick: Rev Durward H. Knight Jr., pm services are Sund'

"aau Ito 7 a.m., Holy Communion. Intcn pastor, will speak on the subject Saturday, March 14: Women school at 6:10 p.m.; worship ser
I tion: Missions and Missionaries" Dare To Be A Daniel" at the Society of Christian Service will ices, 7:45 p.m. We extend to wu
8 p.m., church school teachers 9:30: worship service this Sunday I hold a rummage sale in the old I a cordial welcome to worship with
meeting. morning Sunday school will be Tropical Furniture store on the us, Rev, Charles O Bennett pastors

Never Knew I
I"awmr a. Night's Sleep. Ocean SCIENTISTEast Blvd, Stuart I ,- .

V. Sunday morning service at II. I
Udr.t Pro / lesson-sermon subject: March
Could Be So Peaceful" IS, Substance"

rr1as provided Sunday school, Ham, Nursery

4eI Wednesday Testimonial meeting,
rrAr 8 p.m,
Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave
.W. : You unwind You relax You fall asleep nue: Monday through Friday, 10

1.1, esfcfcr deep soundly all night-wake up _ a.m.. 4 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a m.,
A. .. fret>h-ready to fact (the new day. t Iv ',;".J,_.....__ .n 12:30: p.mChristian, .,
PnIM < I t
1ItI. Science radio ,
a. : Just lie back-and uuiluntly Niagara's rtlux- ,\ ': + >!\ a "The Bible Speaks to You" may
I action : ' be heard over WSTU Stuart,
: lug Cycloid pulses gently Inskfcnlly ;, \: .
.. through your body-carried on 'waves of a hn'rf" '. q 1450 ke, at 7:15: pm Mondays.
.. that works '. Topic for March 16: "How Can
penetrating massage vertically,
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'I Know What
: hori/onuilly and In a circular motion. Al : .:. Right !

w lie the .twkl of r dial!, thb unique three-way \ JHIOVUIS VMtMSStS: Pontiac Tempest has a new 6 jLJPii that's. smooth, quiet economical
: action helps fret stiff joints In your legs '. ',. sand Kingdom Hull, llrllt Road .Hiwia rand ,

I"M. : wash away the aches In jour buck Thursday 7JO: p.m", Theocratic
Pea khoulden. Marts jour blood clrvulut- I Ministry School: : 8:10 p.m., service l 140-hp !strung But we know it won't be just right:; for elcrbud)'.

La : big more frttly'al the )point of pain m fatigue w ; ,, meeting Theme: "Deliverance

iu III : leaves )'0110 Through Sunday,God's 6 p.m.Arrangement.. public discourseby Soc also. offer a >erj, cry > igorous V-8J f3iR' N 326 cubic inches.

4., C. Allen: "Are The Nations

)II'/. 50 Headed for Armageddon?";,715: to 280 Modest extra
Up hp.
&0' Now pm. Bible study with aid I of
tM 9 9 Niagara is Hospital Tested and proven to Watchtower Theme: Messengers
(; "
Liberation I .
? of / 1
toPr : help restore that "get up and go" feeling. Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., special pro I

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Assemble for field ministry: Sal r/
Increases blood circulation in of a b.wElcrbody's
Prw 0 areas urday and Sunday 9:13: am

OtJ application. ciRCtir !su-nmsoK-

/ O Relaxes you from common tension and UIINESSESFred :

PI -: r_ fatigue. J. lames' circuit super.
visor! will be visiting. the local con.
;: 0 Relieves the minor pains of chronic gregation of Jehovah Witnesses! .
aea ., next week, March 17 During the
Rtrr : 1 : ,, e arthritis and rheumatism. week Mr B,irnes and his wife will ,
rrII be accompanying the members of I
The Monatch of/
IIEl : 0 Encourages restful sleep without drugs. the Stuart congregation in their :

.. Mechano Massage home visits throughout Martin happ
4.n County The local Witnesses will !
receive aid and instruction in their I
.. of for :
ItV. program continual training
ministerial work I
IpU The program ill include the Set yea aumurw:1lQIi.:! JcJtr tot t aide Uiuic \\i"'Trw' ud! food sued
can, too.
V.J'J 1.V. NIAGARA OF STUART Theocratic Ministry School Tues I
P.a day at the Kingdom Hall at 7:30:
U p.m., followed by the !service meeting I
11 at 8:1.5: pm. with the theme
N.. :: Located in the Beautiful Manatee MarinaPORT \ "Be Filled i I I With Undeserved I AMITY BUICK
: AT 7-0050 Kindness and Truth" There will -PONTIAC INC.
: SALERNO be a meeting at the Kingdom Hall

ct : = See Our Display At The Martin County Fair for participation in the field ministry 614 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY STUART AT 72424I
Wednesday at 8:30: a.m.
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I FOR 3S HELP ANTED 4; TRAILERS 4 SFRMCES 61 REAL: ESIAIE fOR ,\ Real Enlate For Sale; 90 u I lluirs.lu\. :Manh 12, I 1964 5.1) .
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READERS PAY 10 REAl NOW Renting 8 small one- bedroom -. WANTED Retired man who 1962 mobile home Ritz ('raft HOME located in Stuart I IIIRkh bedroom. 2 bath u Her _...w w.s' +wu' ... '.,sauru*' 4 on floor Continental spare.

Apts Furnished, with tile I wants something to do and earn 10\5) I hulrMiis, I I'' i bath schools. 3 bedrooms 2 lionl home and loin i 11"r Si Real Estate For' Sale 90 I like new $11)95()

YOUR ADS 1'1flrIte bath screen porch terrazzo floor some extra money Take! care of 10.x'6 Florida room. two rcfri central airconditiomng and tllCac I Inlet Write 110X, e .' ,

insulated cathedral lawns, watering trees Mine mowing crators with Irce/crs. automatic ing Complete sprinkler S Sliurl News Call 287.2 549, ,
ceiling, over : \\ A ffRrRON riot'I Her I 12 fltlev \., *
$hmrt tfu. looking lOacre like and county and general care Must live in washer. aluminum. tunings overall Call AT 7-0531 ( ) U ((90)( ) ition! on natural Honda witIerw.u I
park area of employer See WoodhuryHihc ) windows ComplctcK furmshci -- ----- --- II
Plenty parking area. Low %. a winding deel.waler tropical I 1961 (hI l I IS 98) Holiday ZDIIF
price rental. day. week. month. Sound, Route I, across Nutmeg Includes lot with fruit tree SMOO( 28 lots in Block 1. N HOMP. with I Inefltne: four rentil wonderland, kit 100 by zoo I .
PSAB windows & IWat.I .
Walking distance grocery ktorc Inquire Motel. 4.2 ((43)) terms I located on N. |th St., Subdivision Lots of units or large family house Ill tt.. paved street. S".IHIII ('II,h. (', .
DIAL The Seven C"'s Grocery; Store Port Salerno AT 7-07711. )19(68( ) trees Lots 25x100() SI l85 ness forces sale at big reduction E. Slocum. Realtor W( Colorado I b.lrd 111.11I. Rill Fact-Air.

on U. S. No. 1 I. one mile northof FLORIST for part t,me work 17 _.w T LST. P. O Box 395, Cape I For information, call AT 70312 Ave. Stuart, Ha 3.12 ((90)) I Or III. while and blue Spot-

ATlantic 7.1550 St Lucie River Bridge. tf ((35)) Phone Hobe Sound 546-2021 If43)( ) Services Offered, Ma*. 71 Fla. 33904. i- ( ) after, 7:00 p.m. ___ 126:! ((90))) ------.-- --' IrMk$1,395.", Book. $1,790. Our price

BEDROOM I -J__________ -- FOUR bedroom waterfront [()RNER Lot $850! adjoining MUST be sold St. Lucie Estates
WANTED Man and wife
To Pilice'our FAST SEI.LING-: apirtment t o lot $750 H cji and Dry. B,>lh 1 small bedrooms I large dining
Adults $40 month. AT 7.2902. work June, July, August at New WISCONSIN, Bnggs Stratton, Will trade for vacant I land. ; *
at bargain price. Telephone 2S7 and living area, CBS, completely
LOW ('OSf MT:. Al) '- tf_((35)) Hampshire )like; resort, living i In COOLED Clinton ENGINES and Lauson in stock AiR and Box-21-, Stuart---. Ilu.- ( ) 4M1Vnttf Box 437, Jensen 'furnished) including air.conditioning 19MSIUtR\HrRI.ARR

FOR Lease;: Beuitiful -7-room; their own trailer I I Maintenance parts and men who know how to FOR Sale: I bedroom ) Belch '. ____ tf (t'ln i ) city water Reduced lo $13- : 21) III. Sniill \.8. PSAB.xulrt. .
work for wife clean
man, to cottages .
home. house Terms Close in n 900) Only $1.!500 cash M PNelson ,
3 them. ULMER MOTORS"or"
very finely furnished rooms and general work. repair nxwv i ILL s\c'Rir icT. Beautiful all.while.
bedrooms Phone AT 1149 I. Realtor 125 E, Occait
2 baths I 5o St Dial AT 7-3335 Your Friendly ,
on Woodburys, Hobe Sound Route evenings.tf (US' 3 bedroom 2 bath beautiful lull neil\ tint I Interior. Stutbills.
!NEVIS' WANT ADS Lucie. Many fruit trees Suitable Dodge Dealer. tf ((71 ( ) Bl\d 287-1J(>(>. 1.12 ((90)INVFSrORS )
for 2 I, opposite Nutmeg Motel. .-.-- home Central heat and air _'n ___, '64 lag \la $1.195.
couples adults
only. Every 3-26 ((43)) WHEEL ALIGNMENT and T1R HOME Deluxe North conditioning, terrauo floors. awning Now $895.
RATE Five cents fine 500( ()I' Hutthlnson
: per average convenience in t h i i s home I
we.d. minimum charge per in-.cr- Renter must furnish best of ref I BALANCING with Bear Equipment Shores Move right in. windows, tile roof I I.lrj/C/ so- Island Over 4.000( ) deep, oceanto
MAN WANTED to supply Raw by trained mechanic will ed or unfurnished 3 I.iriiim. laundry rcnmi, utililv roomand *
lion Si.00 (for up to twent ;y crcnces I Localed at I II ltd and Palm pafor river Ciexul elevation $225,00ix
leigh Products to consumers i in baths Pool and All nwllcrn'wit i h
average words! ). Words in ALL etto Drive 2 block South of itself in tire wear. We have the patio If carport r foot Or !500) ocean to river .
St. Lucie County or Fort Pierce. equipment and men. Your friendly I well I ImdKipeM; Call huill.in Move dishwasher and re- 1960) LIHRVktR LARK
Sailfish lilt)) eheva-
CAP1IAL LETTERS firs Lodge Palm over deep extra high
word count as I two words, except! each. Mr Underwood. 287-2889 City. Phone I' Good time to start No capital: Dodge dealer ULMER MOTORS .or. _-287-- -.\279.- ( ) (rrigtralor Very' large and proles tll'n. Asking $16000) per foot 21) 1c\ )I. Slra.ht!|/ si lilt. Air-
required Write Rawleigh, I AC- Dial AT 7-3353, If (71) sionilly landseaped lot SB. OO.) )
or .
Owner wants offer Two excellent rond New Ion tires. Clean.Wa .
3-19 ((35)) FOR) Sale: Waterfront n3
White space above or Mow or 581 815, Memphis, Tcnn --- -- -- I \tinanced. Rotund (i. I ueder ,
within ad will be charged as the 3-12 (43)) RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Scrv view best locution, Realtor, 729:: Colorado A\t.. Sin buys L. M P Nelson Realtor, 325 $1,095. Now $795.

number of words (five) that t couldhe Ice Cleaning and repairing Also er Shores. Owner art. 312 ((90)( ) Ocean Blvd, 287-3566.
------------1 t CAREER OPPORTUNITYIN drain fields repaired and re-Iaill. ( ( ) ---- 3'12 ((90) *
printed m the blank line or ___ _.___ __ INCOME"home
NEWSPAPER Dial AT 7-0651) I AT 7-9862 .n Three firmshedhealed --- '--- -----
25! line. tf(71)( ) '
cents per \ I OR Sale "by owner clean CUSIOM built bedroom 2 .hath. '
apartments Ixecllent 1959 ('\1). ( ():I\T.> Full
Display Classified rates on Light No hidden charges Enter YOUNG! : man wanted in Stuart HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, nishcd( one-l>cdflxlfl1 rtntil location. Near fishing house Glass door to screened power, all while, red and

application now from AlA front entrance I area for district manager's Job. Mower and Disc! Will clear Iota, closed porch. Carporte and hnllge'HtIre Beauliful iimbslruct. porch. New, modern stove and while Inlrrlor l'IIl'I.\. \\uri

These are fah rales for ads I will soon he ready. Holiday Trail. Must live in or around Stuart. Age: cut trees. Fence posts and pilingsfor I room I 15 S.\V. Marguerite cd rivtrvicw Box 892. Jensen refrigerator) included In'riCe of IN95. Now

brought or mailed to The SI U.lrl er Park Phone AT 7.9Sf 2. 20-30, military obligation com sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT Jensen' Beach. 2874155 ( ) lltach. 111 287-0918} I 3.1 12 ((90)(}) $10000) ) taxes, $43 yearly\ Sewers $1,595

News with payment. If you are a 3.12 ((35)) I pleted, car essential Apply in per 7-1401 tf ((71)) I BY owner Ik ml if ul lot :: 1 and city waur Nielncr, In- *
-- ---- -- trees I'uio lake Drive, NFAR SEARS TOWN 2 bedroom
the Personnel duntown. Florida Box 24 4th
Stuart News mail subscriber or are ON the way to the beaches New son at Department TERRAZZO Tile and Marble.W. River Shores Re.t'n.lhle. CBS home with hindu ,
listed in the Stuart telephone! dircc IWo bedroom duplex completely I South Palm Dixie Beach Post Times, 2751 H Wagner Co AT 7-488 to suit Stuart A f 5Kh8, or Room, Utility Room, (irporte Sirttt I Itltphone 5972281M2:! ( 1959 \'OI.\'() m Slut.' Wilton. -
West Palm (90)
tory you can place your .ad bv telc. furnished One block off E. I Beach. Highway, J-J 12 (43)) or AT 7-1696 tf ((7J) Raton 1954386. 3-19 ( ) Awnings, Good i Uiwn I'l inter and! Dinil rarbs., StnlxhlMkk.
Dial ATlantic 7 1550() and -- -- -
phone. Ocean Blvd Terrazzo floors tile -- -- --- .
I Li.c! Rill All white. Asteal.
il\RDWARlFsalc Shrubbery new condilion, .....- ----
say "I want to place a want.ad," 1 hath and windows, Formica !kilchen -'OPPORTUNITY to earn minimum Yes all hardware BY Owner, $2.(XX( ) under completely furnished, Owner will Book. $790) Our prke,
now at low sale prices.Hendry's market Corner lot I I I OR RENT 135
Carporle and utility room of $2 an hour in unto.Pleasant I pnec Il tar or mobile home trade $595
NU down
accept in $34
spare anionlli.
r-- Available after April 1st Owner, Trading Ctuter opposil I 115. Exeellent, loeality CBS *Sit J...10. ,...,.... 1WW' *:ntwt,'*'* :
: dignified position Opening on payment Phone 4il252f I .
Gas Golden Gate
2875055. 3.12 ((35)) now for mature woman to room I bath Large rooms, >. If no answer call between
Give mail i I address as tf ((71PLANTS ) ercd 8
your -- ---- breeze-way bearing
service a good Avon territory. 4 and 6 .m. If ((90)WATERFRONV ) )
well as your telephone number AVAILABLE March 10 2 bedroom Write Avon P. O Box .. trccl Muny extras. AT p EDGE WATER *
in your want.aJ. The Stuart furnished Two miles fromU. Manager 3.12 ( ) HomirModcrn!
2427, Vero Beach fla. 3-12 ((43)) & SERVICES 75 I
News has hundreds of S. No 1 on 76. Boat dock. T. 2nellro"I1II.lth.. air-eondi, 1959 FORD 4D Wagon,
out-of.state subscribers who A McMullen, AT 7.1885. 3.12(35( ) -CAREER---- -opportunity----with com- ......- --_- IN Jensen. Beach, for sale by Honed CBS. 1 1111 ft. bulkhc idedon APARTMENTSON Kiimll 'V-H burnt (aib.

are best t possible pros- binalion er new two bedroom and wide Si. I Lllcle River StraIght Mkk RAH Beautiful -
your FOR ; t Furnished home insurance company PLANTS Fastest growing nursery many ON /
pects for real estate sales and : May1st f debit in Stuart area. Age 23-55 ) in Martin County 10 acres bedroom homos High citrus trees. beautiful' viewof mtr blue and white. New tIres

rentals boats. help wanted to .Nov Middle 1st 459 Skyline DrJensen .. Must have car. Write Box 0 Stuart of 'plants Pelican Nursery, Walking distance to $2.7lM. C. I I.' Slocum. Realtor ( ST. LUCIE I'trfornmiut and nnnomy.
aged or over. ty! $10,900) and $12900 Will
gardening, trailers and services children or pets. Low rent 287 News. 3-12(43( ) Road: (S-76A), Palm l City lots, or what have !lOS Colorado Ave., Stuart J lu. Wan $995. Now $695.
1918 tf (75) acreage 1-12 ((90)riSlltRMAN )) One dfld..dN.Sp1ldOl11
and two-room .
2125 Id>4IlIIL It
(35)) down payment AT 7-0914 I ( )
U *
: Opportunities 50
BLOOMING Peach Mango Avocado Best wain-Trout shaded grounds
NEATLY furnished onebedroon FOR Sale: CBS Duplex
home in Fort Pierce $75 per i... -1COIN -- trees 5 ft. <'OCOPlul1osa about two blocks from I buy very near inlet in Port Sew- Parking Lot. Boat Doik.Shuffliboard. 1959 (HtYKOIH: : lid Air

REGULAR: ( LASSIIICA1IONS. month by year to reliable people. operated laundry Reasonable 1 Palms $100, Azaleas, Camellos. t on..il B ink. Terms.. Phone all Only $H2 (IHI) per fIll'M' I' TV and Lounge 41), small V-8. Puwrrllile.R4II | .
Excellent condition, Good Gardenia VARIETY of tropical Nelson Realtor, 125 I E (K '
(Numbers over 100 refer to display (1 all Monday all day. Any other money maker. Call AT 7.I3M. 1 shrubs. vines trees VISIT Fmler' 5149 evenings. _.. ( )) Blvd 2117.lnusts( i-12 00)an) Week Month Year Illii* mid while. New
after 10 ------ ---
classified ads. which appear lime. p.m. Telephone HO :r ((50) Nursery, White C'ity. 3-26 ((71)'rJ' ) OWNI.R will accept ... tires. WIIS'I95.. Now $795
after the end of the smaller ads. in 42019. 3-12 ((35)lWOlIcdroohoufor ) -- -.. < I alter for large beautiful I 500 on U S No, I with 2H acres 624 sr lit IF: CRESCENT: I I
In n 'U 111
numerical order. Be sure to look ; rent. OR LOOKING FOR A PAYINC 71 73 Oecanview Drive Skylind )just north of Salerno RI ul. Will SIUVRT, FURIIV

in both place) SALE. St Lucie Locks. Call BUSINESS) in good location, FOR SALF. Miscellaneous division Don Crawford RI I divide Excellent inve'tll'nt I nt Iclcphnntt 287.9812 I
reasonably priced! This clean .. u $485H( ). M I'. Nelson" Realtor. YOUR ('11010 $595
287-3649. tf (35)) < near Box) 107, Okecehohec, I F F.:. WOOD, Manager
FOR RENT 35-US restaurant m downtown Ft Pierceis SALE: On all appliances now at S I ,. S ( ) j I 125 I L'', ,()t.ean: ,Blvd." Stuart, ;2X7! tt nUl) ISis!! .!dawn' J14 .a month..

IORRFNTORSVIF: 38-138 FOR Rent: One bedroom house, it. Owner sacrificing due to ill- reduced
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 completely furnished Firs j I ness Call Mrs Garland 464- Center opposite Trl-Count INCOME! properly In the _-..-.1U -'ur------r--I--- -. -- '57 tllrV, 21J, 6 cL

house on right Orange Ave., Rio. 0574 or 464-0270. Laura B. Han GUI in Golden Gale tf ((78)) of Stuart. Two duplexes FOR RENT U!I II F.LP W A N..U 143 Sll'IIllIht slick, ,\ J Jet block
HF.LPV\VNIFD 43-143 For[ couple only. 3-19 ((35)) cock Realtor 1.12 ((5!lO()) collage/ across from Martin One Radio
_. beauty. ,
: i2 Yd-s: -
: Wanted 48-148 -- COW Manure, 1 US ty School. Phone Owner -
50-150IOST FOR rent 2 bedroom furmshei ] 1 yds., $Ij, 7-yard load $42 Also '5055 1-12(90)I( ) ._- '- ,- ., Fxtrn: NU.
Business Opportunities apartment. close in. $80 Cal SPECIAL NOTICES 55 mulching hay. AT 7-0979 tf (78)) n' ;, .:
& FOUNt> 53-153 ; 287.1685 or 287-5569! tf ((35) ... CONCRFTF : HELP WANTED I '57 Ol DS Sultan 1111 211III.
!screened patio facing water F.X1'RIsnult: FOR .. RAH
SPECIAL NO flCES 55-155USH I ah. Grrrn mrtullc.
house. Inquire at office of Star meets at 8:30: p.ra. every Wed 2 bedroom, 2 bath home. 81 11u1n1"
: ) CARS 58-158 lite Trailer Park 3 miles north of nesday at the Community Church, Lowest Prices in Florida rauo floors "Natural'. S Mm mid Uomen of Any No ,UNt. Really nlee.
CARS 60-160 Stuart on U. S. 1 I. tf ((35)) J n..n Rtarti For In <>I'mAtion. I
NEW annly room uas heat. All Age '
Phone A1'7:3332tiC's; GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS 57 ( 11EV; 21), 11')1.\ l.
BOATS & SERVICES 63-163 MODERN one bedroom furnished : ORGANS lichen including dishwasher. Purl or Full Time Powergllde. Btauliful blue

'IR1LERS & SERVICES: : 68-168 apartment will I I I be available WANT the ,best price for your cart? ed circular drive $2H.JOO),00 llljth Hourly F.amlnp and while. Like nrw,

Services Offered, MB.C 71-171 March 15 Rent by week monthor Call Ralph Bates at 287-1214 EASY TERMS financing charges 'Roland (i' I : Plcasunl, Dignified Work
der, Realtor 729 Colorado I
PLANTS & SERVICES 75-175 year. Located on river one Merkie Motors Inc tf (55)) Stuart. 3.12 ( )) llenlhle lloiin, perfect for
lock from shopping MORITZ PIANO CO. with .
nice Joint women
For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 tthii. ELECTKOLUX CORP Opportunity 1958 RAMBlER AIBAS.MUOR .
E Seminole St Phone AT the double I 112\ No. 5th Street WATERFRONT Indian ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS with whool iige children.
81-181 for right man to
Wanted To Buy (Mac: ) tf ((35)) his Call Dan Ft. Pierce, Fla Ph. 461-4747 Drive Walton. 3 raining Provided 41) II f, SII1IIII V.,.

MOVING&STOR\GE 84-184 FOR Rent: One bedroom furnished Clark.I Tn.U4a.nUJp.; tf ((55) tf ((78)FRUSSES ) laths, dining room, living rs&.D. lIyoll'fl. lUlL A
Real Fitate For Sale 90-190 Clean and -- (i,E. kitchen, dishwasher. ('OS I'ACl't Nlelil. Was $1195. Now $695.
Real Estate "anted 96-196 apartment. com HbNDRYS Trading Center Inc. elastic stockings, ng machine Central heal cal HAST OCMA not"i.KVARDSTCAHT.
fortablc Call 2871087. 3-12 ((35))
Sale on all fishing tackle Located knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart conditioning Cordcs HO I-] riOlllltABOl'IKKFflllU IIR"KAIPU SCHMIDT

ftIII'OR FOR rent or;: lease Port Sewall AlA in Golden Gate oppositeTnCounly Drug Corp. tf ((78)) 3.12 ( ) : <: AI'AIITNICNTI' AMWAY: imiRIBUIORMRIIN '
ti ---- a HOOMI 57 VOLVO
iiTiisnrrrLeuonai 74 liens
----- I' pllOel.
RENT 35 waterfront home. Two 1 bedrooms, I I Gas tf (55)) 1947 Cushman Molor Scooter. LIVE CWSP. TO THF ) MM HTI COUNTY FAIR 4 Npud. Bulll.ln r1l4:1II.1.111I .
I IIh' baths Stove and refrigerator.
-----n $1 per day rental for Electric Car Kenmore sewing machine Call WITH NO BRIDGES TO IIIII"'O."I.IG HArB Or Write: I new W. $895, Now
Boat dock Yearly. Phone 2874105 ,
after 4 287-4174 312(78)( ) TV Lot NOR
Shampoocr with purchaseof RY ABOUT. 3K( ()
BEAUTIFUL rooms with twin tf ((35)) pet Blue Lustre HartmanLeightonFurniture. :. CBS 3 bedroom. 2 hath home ...1.1". *......! *r V..rl, 6455 S.W 122 !tIred S6'15.

beds baths New home.C'jokmg Semi privileges and private O'E-bedroom, completely furnishcd : 3-12 ((55)) USED! only auto once top luggage grey vinyl carrier covercd ', heat. Tcrrazio floor. I I' W. T. FACET, Mar Miami 56, tloflda '55 ('IIU'ROLEf pkksup.Ielutue .

Plenty of parking Call Mrs Diy. I house! in Palm City Call .........,...10' ',,, 'oo ....-., ....., zipper opening 36x411x14, holds : room. 2 wells. Enclosed sums AT ,..7M tf I1ISI_. 1.11 uiunu I cab II 1')I. RadIo.91'aus .

2872589. tf ((35)) AT, 7.2137. 3-12 ((35)) USED CARS & 1RLCKS: 58 I.2 cu. ft $20: 287-5664 after 3p.m. ''ard' Garage with q9.hulh.iK A --- ---'i-; s.--* e-r ae' $595. Now 1395. No
--- ------- -- ---- beautiful home $ 500} ( ).
3 (
furnished I2J78)JsToW ) duwn, U4 munth.
FIREPROOF warehouse IKOOsq() FOR rent small partly ellcnt ttrms Roland G I. a
ft. Vi mile outside city limits house In Monterey. Call AT 7- 1962 White Fiat Model I 1100 Hip'piNOT-ri; : J Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave.. EXPECTING COMPANY?

at $40- a month. Call AT 71074. 1204 ... -3-12 -((35)) door sedan perfect condition : Indian River Fruit Pecan ('an.dy art. 112 ( )) WONDIR: VVIIKRK YOU1 RK GOING 1O BFD THEM DOWN

If ((35)) LARE-- -living room bedroom, in 32 miles per gal. $800 Jim Whitehead '. Jelly, Honey, Glared Fruits IN- Bahama- --Terrace----CBS- 2 Call ui and lop worrying'!! Reasonable" rates and an almmpher 1955 CllrVROIH' Bel At-

FURNISHED two bedroom" ; ;house;; town on the River with private 346-3771 or AT 3-12 72440.) ((58)) Coconut mcco Blossom Heads, Orange Perfume Trees.Alliga-To- room, I bath. Circular drive thai will nirpuM all but your own 21) III' 59-6 C)I. motor.Slruljhl .

and screened bath porch and entrance. Phone cement shingle roof. I Includes CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGERNow klltk. Kill $395! ,
with swimming pool -- .... < ton (Cairmans; CONCRETE PA-
AT 75619. 3 12 ((35)) v .1 .lII.r 15 1'] wall
to and all
porch. Full pool maintenance 110 SUPPLIES: Oriental Lanterns, carpeting Available for Your Sleeping Comfort No down, $24 a month.'

furnished by owner $135 monthly, .... BO,iTSA SERVICES_ 63 luddahs, Foo Dogs, War (,,ods) ppliances large screened /Mugara: Cytlo-Mawiage Units In Our Bed*.

Call AT 7.1694. Jf ((3S_ > FOR RENT OR SALE 38 _..1......._ Bird Baths. Fountains Bean Polsardmeres. faces "beautifully* \landscaped : ..
and waterfall l with
-- .. OUTBOAKJ MOTORS REPAIRED J Religious Statues. Grottos outside Southwind Motel
We have parts for all \ fish Wall Decorations. Fun ng a beauty Ordinal and out. 55
FOR RENT CALL $50.(000() -home. On the river. Will popular makes. Can test your cod and Joke Novelties. Come NOW to ght. Call AT 7-3359 tf ( ) VS. NO. 1 SlUARf TELEPHONE 2174773Hi XHH.r: Kn>al Ijuiter 211

287-0199 __ tf ((35)) lake $I 0.000 loss Can be rented ,. and condenser Ulmer Motors Dial AiriO/ZINI FRUIT & PATIO ULKHEADED so ( ) III'. !Small V-H P548. RAH

home and rent applied toward purchase AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Dodge HOP, U. S. No. 1 I. Hobo Sound CBS 2 Aulo. Gleaming black and
2 hath
ROOM Also garage for rent for j in rent.private 619 f. : Phone AT 7-4133 days or Dealer. tf (63)) 3.12 ((78) NicelY furnished bedroom and in ___ _, __. __ __nu __ _.._ _.____ _____ whIle flnlhh, malehlnii Iota.rkur -
tf ((38)
Fifth St., Stuart. Telcph"-: AT 7 AT 3025 evenings ) late condition Natural bIN nIce $395. No

1756 11 ((35))> SMALL-2 bedroom furnished; homeon ;;;: AUTHORIZED Complete Sales Johnson, Service Dealer Parts., Wanted lo Buy (Mbc.) II Central heat. Garage Bout t7 down, $24 a month.
motor included All ( ) (
waterfront Fully land\CaP-1 Good selection of dependable Used for $23,501)
----- ed Inquire 8409 S. Indian River Motors. Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic. Roland
Drive Ft. Pierce before March CASA RIO BOAT A WANT the best price for your Colorado Ave., Stuart. 3-1 12 ( ( ) I..' Colonial 5-pumcngtr
3-19' (38)) I car? Call Ralph Bate at 287- -
25th. MOTOR SALES, Inc. 440 Rt 707
THREE bedroom tile hath Runabout Full Ufe-guurd
1214. Merkie Motors, Inc. If (81))
in Rio. AT 7.0944. tf (63)) sunken tub Cathedral
WANTADS cushions, steering wheel,
.10. a- ---a
I WA-:. U1) 10 RENT 40 FOR SALE Complete line I of carport with I I "'uilt-in .
Marine Paint REAL ESTATE FOR SALE M Corner lot, adiacent to North windshield' reside fon.I
Marine ,
I 1 ------ Shores. This i II real /
er ruIN full
Hardware for a canvan eo er. ISHP
Marine -everything I
WANT to lease by April I I. 'by hou'IC. Call 287-4710 after 6
Stuart t businessman Two bedroom your boat. Whiucar Boat Works, CANAL lot off St. Lucie Lot No. I Ivlnrude.: 'I Ut-tniiler.
unfurnished Port SewaU. tf ((63)) 5. Harbor Estates, 100x123 for inspection FULL 1
furnished or WM $695. Now $395. No
12.750 3-12 ( ())
water. Write Best offer over $2.500. Lou Bock- __
house Preferably on -
FOR Sale 26-fL Chris Craft n down, $24 a month
crt 494() N. E. 27 Terr, Pom-
Box 1136 Stuart, or call 287- CITRUS COUNTRY I KIlO(
Cruiser. Outrigger
1639. 3-12 ((40)) bilge galley head. Sleep pano Beach. Fla. 3990204. tf.W( ) natural drainage. I mile
-- our. Loaded with:: many otherxtras TWO bedroom CBS, Florida room age on canal and road $

hELP WANTED 43BREAKFAST $1600. Phone AT 7-3252 Refrigerator, stove, drape, mower per acre. 29% down Roland
I .uedcr after 3:30: p.m. tf ((63)) garden tools, awnings. planters
BSMWPM"1" *"11--" serial $9,300 phone AT 7.4233. Ave., Stuart. J-12 (

I cook. $50 for six- BOAT WANTED. Fiberglas outboard tt (90)
day week lo start All benefit cabin cruiser, 18 to 22 APpron.b1 ( CO.
and vacation ALSO: Waitresses feet, with head. Will trade for FOR Sale by Owner 4 100 ft wa- 2 baths. 150' on St. Lucie

wanted $30 week and tips. Must beautiful $2,000 lot in Hobo Sound urfront lota High anil1 450' deep. Zoned Luxury WaterfrontAPARTMENT \.S::;
have transportation. Answer in subdivision Phone 546-5266. Sacrifice at $29 a foot Many fine fruit tree Double AlA OLD DIXIE IIWY., at

Dial ATlantic 7.1550 ,person Poor Bob, Jensen Beach tf ((63) 595. tf (90)) rage.antiques.Very Look fine for furniture sign at, MOTEL IN:. DUN!OWN RD.

tI (43) IDEAL for fishing or skiing All NEW two bedroom home one and Palmetto Drive, 2 blocks JLNSLN BEACH, FLORID LTHTR. PboM 746-477J

for the Female. For office and I fiberglas. double hull with 35 bath corner lot, Legion Heights. of Sailfish Lodip in Palm ,..lIr .1,. 1 ..-- Aus.l.i.. V. Mile I.*. FraiMM Lam....... ,..... Opt o* Sundays
and ask MALE or Oulrl...M> .........ft.. C_. ilMl. W BrUi. FUhl.. ,
shipping noon to 5 p.m., all! h ip. EVl rude. Trailer and many 10990. Easy terms W. H. Wagner Phone for appointment to see I .."_"' *"-".". rl. TV Lr\\1'/' l-ll UBMI
day Thursday Call AT 71433. xtras. Price, $595. Call 287- 369.I Co.. AT 7-4880 or AT 7.1696. terior of house. Mr. H. G 'FHONt 287.5566 I'

Want Ad Takec: tf ((43) I 3-12 (63) tf ((90)) wood. 2872889. 3-19 ( ..

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.... .. ,- '. '.-017'' T -a,-uesaa7r'aenwna. .4'..ce"O +wT94, ... .. "" : .L'1
Thursday. March 12. 1964 .... 9M ...,.,. 'oi.I.w. .
'-J) THE STUART (ffla) NFflS,,
-- REAL STATE: FOR SALE 190 I Real Estate For Sale 190 I'I'a.
r.aa. mrp''I'Y J(a.; Theodore Roosevelt was an un I i_ UII "
ReaPnffirte PM' Sale pl succeuful Candida for mayor 01 evwascwAk -O .rliIL I' I
: l _| New York City in 1886 before he I ,
CORT'\FR Trailer I.OI('! I.ancNcaioJ I'i. I became governor! of New Yor NO INTEREST! !
concrete: patio sluh (' I IJ t t. und Prciidcnt 660'<> of river frontage on South Fork of (For 3 Yran. Meantime Pay It Off) BUY A HIGH DRY
utility room well pump. und *]P,.1 -- IF St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including approximately Subject to Change Without Notice ,
tic tank installed! S3:V)0() ) cliitiv Interior Use bout $1.500; with' Deeded Slip $2,000
200 l Palm Trees beautiful
Kale C. E. Slitfum: Realtor, ,. \\alcrfroDt---Choke 80, ''DO, 145fxl2S deep, $30
Colorado Ave. Stuart.1 i: CH( t --- -- grounds, Contact your broker or 10% Discount for Cash: -Your Terms. Come Si e-You'll Like!
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-w[ Box 1491, Stuart No Hooding Ever Phone
I' $795 Cash and
Real Estate Wanted 9..
WANTED U S. No 1 Frontage So. Fork, W. of Rt. 76 at Salerno Rd. on Linden Lane As$500
BUM new deluxe 2-bedroom 2- I
Indian, approx Ave-Silirno i 110x600 Road;)J depth.irci, bath TBS home. Central heat I II P.O. Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach Fla. Owner on Property :a.2R 11110RiVERFRONTESTATE \ i Little i
alr-condlllunlng." On __
reasonably priced Chi. I ong 4 and 5pa.I i 1" I I'llll :
Box 224. <'nimh isscn, Minnesota I dots lot la SI. I nrle Park \\III -: I Build and Live TOTAL PRICE
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Call OwnerAT 72417.
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WANTEDIVSL'RVNCF [ MORTGAGES I Each Apartment Ha 3 Rooms, Bath and Large ('hasetaIkep 200 Ft. -Frontage-on Beautiful

Don O'Kclly AGENT Co.: 25 YEAR AND EXISTING TERMNEW II .. Welllaundry Rooru, I I Broad St. Lucie River SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR

\LAT7-2500! : Within City Limits of StuartCity Next to The Prescription Shop)
'.12 fl4I1 C. R. AMey, Alt;. Broker BWIKVV AVE., PORT SALERNO:: FLORIDA I I tf (190)
Mt.-.-- Taylor Ashley F E. FRVSHfR- By Owner I Water 1I'1---- ---- ----- -- -' .----
630 AVENUEAT 1-12 (11(DO I
:Service Offered Misc. 171rnrsssll 7.2440 An Original Florida Home I''

J" .+ }t 11051, >, ., 1 Well Kept and Spacious I'R.

:.I BODY JOHN'S SHOP 'I----------- .190SEE FOR SALE-= Nice Guest Collate V. JohnsonREALTOR

Property I Has Depth Over 400 Ft.
Complete/! Bod)'work & Painting I III 3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE
Quality Work Guaranteed Well J.andscapedVith

A.T 7-3584 Monterey, It Roid(1711( ) THESE I Large Lawns and Many FIRST FEDERAL BLDG .

"___"._ __On __ I RIVER FRONTAGE Beautiful Trees and Plants AT 7.3366 '
MARBLE GRANITEOR I plug 1 bedroom efficiency and 360 ACRES Priced To Sell $$29,950.00 New 2 bedroom, 2 bath split level, land. .

BRONZEMARKERS separate tool ehed. 120 ft riverfront I See Your Agent: or Phone scaped home on the broad St, Lucie River,
: x 350 ft. depth. Owner FOR INFORMATION Writ to AT 7.2607 AT 7-3232
moving. Only) $9,600. Term It o Ito) Priced to sell $25,000.00.VATERFRONT
The Symbol of Your Lore I available and you can move In VINCE NELSON ... ,
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Whether you want a monument : hind alone worth. more.. than \ LOTS
headstone or simple, dignified II I the price asked.DUPLEX BOX 122, JUPITER, FLA
marker we will design it in imperishable I PRINCIPALS ONLYSPECIAL. $800.00 DOWN 2 B.U. c,n.S. Total Over 160 choice lots to choose from. Excellent .
stone is the symbol j I v (u.o)
One side has reverse locations. Prices from $3,490.00 to
of your love for a dear one. Price $8,600.po.VATERFRONT.
cycle air conditioning -
Stuart Services : living room kitchen tub and -' l $7,690.00 and up. Reasonable terms-
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Kenneth S. SlImmeD shower and I bedroom other \ 100 ft. on inland

Box 1407, AT 7-1477 or3201 I i tide efficiency living-bedroom I Waterway Only ,500.00. COMMERCIAL
tf (ill) comb. kitchen and bath THIS WEEKLIVE i
Lot Across from Kindred's
large shaded lot good buy I
''p_8rtxrr uatr! aaraala at t $IOODO.pO., 2 ACRES On River East pf $ttlart.i $10,000.00. Good Terms

For Sale, Miscellaneous 179 IN THE NTRY three bedroom i
:"JI! .11..1. ..-- SLIPS' SHOWING' -If rent CQy RIVERFRONT HOME{ Close-in FRONTAGE
CBS home II U.S. NO. 1
pf ground.
slips are all that you have to on one acre Good Anchorage $18,500.00. Terms.
bi a..-j"", how for your money then Less than one year pld. $7,450. Terms. I City Limits of Stuart, Close-in

.WN.OLFRr- move 2 bedroom In this completely home now furnished reduced THREE bedroom CBS home, walking EFFICIENCY DUPLEX Overlooking $100,00 Per Front Foot

to 920000. distance to stores. Built-in oven and range, Water $10,000.00. Terms.

CASA RIO some furniture. Landscaped yard, resi. ACREAGE

BOAT & MOTOR SALES. Inc TRAILER FurnIshed: for plus only 15 ft.1950.cabana dential area. $ll,9uOt LOW DOWN PAY- 10 ACRES Close-jn. $5,000,00., 4,478 acres of prime citrus land available
Kll AT
f40 Rout TOT T-OM4
tt (UTI) MENT. I I Reasonably Priced. Long Terms
BEAUTIFUL B.n. $7,900.00.
.. 4 UNIT COITAGtS; 3 are t :: .
p- .. 2 bedroom and 1 IN I bedroom "IF IT'S"REAL-ESTATE SEE
MOVING & STORAGE 184 owner lives In one 2 are W. J. WEISS Realtor i r 3.2 ACRES Nice Location. $1,600.00.,

rented around Jot sire
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i R. V. JohnsonREALTOR
IKH' x 150. Priced at $26,000. JENSEN; BEACH I I


HOYT C. I-U 0901))) AT 7.3366
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Moving and Storage MURPHYREILTOR ESTATEJim i
loaded van, Dave space for
average size home furnishings WATERFRONT HOME $$26,700.00
Figen Transfer md Storage Jensen BeachAT 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7.2440 i C. B. ARBOGASTREALTOR
SPQ Flaglcr Atenoetf 7.3340 located. on one pf Shnufi. betfer' residential sections. Central S-IJ (\lCD)
HO( ahr-condltloning and heat 138' of bulkheaded' waterfront. Only i iI
I-U glen) 2 yean. old. Citrus tree, What a buyit V} down, 12 yean. op _1.-_ I ESTABLISHED' 1925 ;
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1RAIIERS& SERVICES 'lI8' i 252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0-MO :
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230 acre located on coon to be paved Martin, Grade Hilldivide. REALTOR : HOMES
29 r4,, downy 5 to 6 jean on balance. : *
New and Used Mobile Homes Jensen Beach, Florida AT 7'HH"presents"

ROCKY POINT ESTATES Cont. BR Saline lot Furnished Price
Fntlre stock must IK sold within 30 days-over 50 lo choose; from. I -r- -- -
Example On new 1964 4810 one and two bedrooms that
Ik.! for $4,875 Reduced to $3,775. High dry residential lots l with waterfront privilege Some CBS 2 I 60'xllO' ..... ... furnished $6,500
waterfront loin i too. from $995. Term available. Good News! New AlA will\ be paved from Fort Pierce lo i
New 1964 20 wide by SO General 2 BH IVi bath Deluxe Jensen Beach beginning" title month. FRAME 2 I 64'xl22' partly $6,750

furniture Wall lo wull carpel front screened porch Retuil CBS 1 I SO'xllO' .......... furnished $7,500

t price $11,275.00 Reduced lo $8,975. Near Elementary SchoolFive 1. Ocean to river frpntage ; CBS 2 I 60'xlSO" ...... fla. room $8,500

New 1964 lhlO Ibr. Vagabond Fxpando Deluxe french Mi close to Catholic Church. Only $880 each. High dry. mile of Jensen Beach cps 1 1 100'x225' ......................... $9,000 .
3 north'
provincial' furniture, carpet The Cadillac pf mobile hornet".
Retails for $11,245 Reduced! to $8,975.00. A.) 500' x 1000' all high bind nice sandy beach i CBS 2 1 85'xllO' .......... furnished $11,000 :J J1j

/ Price $1(0.00 per ft. Terms. .. ...,..
All prices reduced to a fraction over cost to cover delivery < II Ht !up. If' }uu've been wailing to buy at your price now I Is the Ralph Hartman Jr.Gt1' beach Price $160.00 per front foot. CBS J I 16Q'xl20) .......... ............... $13500

tIme. C.) 1500' x 2000' _Almost' all high nice beach Price CBS 2 I 10)'x260' ............................ $15,500
1 $'70.00 'front' four
DIXIE MOBILE HOMES Real Estate and Insurance! per CBS 3 2 81}',135' ......... .............. ... $16,750

Waterfront AcreageOnly cps J 2 8Q-.102') ...........,...... .. ..... $17,500
110 lib
; OsceoU St., Phone AT 7-4600
3221 I iOUIII i DIXIE PIIONE 110 4.1837FORT a few hundred feet off SI./ Lucie River on C.23 Canal. CBS 2 2 85'xl30) ...... ..... air cond. $18t ,OQ

PIERCE:, FLORID P.O. pot 896, Stuart, Fla. 1400' waterfront 54 acres2000' County Road frontage CBS 3 a 100'x200' ... ... .............. $22,500
..11 are) a-u Kot high pine land Only $45,000.00 cash.
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3. Indian River Frontage CBS' 2 2 urns ... .. water front $27,700

200' x 2000' River to Savannas Price $75.00 per front CBS 3 2'b 8Q'x300'} .. .. water front $35,000

. r C. O. RAINEY- Realtor I II: fool. Our Best Quy -

4. CB 1 Bedroom Home( Riverfront Tract-superb<< location for exclusive residential colony
On 60' lot with Indian River Righto About 200' from tine on the icenic west shore of the St. Lucie. Fifty seven beautiful
WATERFRONT I I ACREAGE I II. I L LOTS I water Priced at. $6,500.00 whit Aluminum awnings and acres !pf high pine bind with 2,240 feet of river frontage at an
furnished\ ready lo move |n. avenge price of SIP per front) foot. Added attraction b a five
I. SURE 10 PLEASE: 2 bedroom 4000 ACRES certified mrvey shown 1. WATERFRONT LOT In North River bedroom four bath revkteace. An outstanding property, virtually
2 bath dining room central heat "among finest citrus land" In Florida. Shorn, river frontage: of 125' best 5. A Fine 2 Bedroom CB Home Impowlble. (to duplicate
and ah Florida. room seawall on View and best On Si. Luck River Extra lot space '
Excellent lICe principals only. Asking buy $80 ft. paved street near tile
St. Luclr. US' and dock-pnll- Our Best Buy -
$650 per<< acre. 2. HATER PRIVILEGE with dock. DO' for parking. Priced at $12,500.00 with $1,500 down.
duced to 26700. Terms
I Iota In !Manatee Pocket 1800.
2. SPACIOUS HOME on wide St. licit 2, 325 ACRES Close-in Only } mileto 3. &0im,| FRK waterfront lot. ,with boat 6. In The Skyline Heights? Section See NORTH RIVER SHORES
bedroom, den, Palm
river 3 Florida room City bridge high dry basin
T00x250. $ ,SOO. line two bedroom home carport, itrtke room, with practically
9 "hells dining room convenient cleared 1 mile on No. 714 can be RtN'fAI1- J bedroom hou e.OHICE pep furniture and 'furnishing"" .*. Located bi the best NORTH. RIVER FOREST
location, FP000-in $32,500. divided price on request. or light !manufacturing apace residential hill Mellon" 01 Ie... Beach Priced at $14,000.00.WE RIVER RIDGE

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I IJ For Sale! Reduced. Was -------- -------------------" ,--,-
Greatly Asking K' ---
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Smgjnou" ', ,uhcn.' mi serge ol,
$28,500. Now Only $21,500
Buys !live persons. inhihit etch: room Zcta Chapter of Beta
-- Sigma' Phi. met last Thursday evening -
My AttractiveRiverfront March at the home of !MrBeit JUNO BEACH Adjacent to
\ Ahhott. J Pine Lane in Rio.
Fix topic' of the e"tnin'UI The SEMINOLE GOLF CLUB
io/l e BADCOCK I '\ri of Thinking' Presenting the
lopu of the evening were !Mr,

1f..r+rANJ7 Tl ry HOME Furnished !' Shod B.irhara, Mn Throw. Joan, More Mrs. ,Audrey anti MriTmti <.. : Spacious 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home

at 1636 Rberslde Orl\f. Stuart Modern four-room mostly RinnlJi Following the meeting I
MODEL IIOMB: furnished two bedrooms, Il> balhs, two air-condiiloncn oil MODEL HOME refreshments were served. Full Basement Overlooking Ocean
heifer, attic( fan screened porth facing riser work shop with
running water, on riverfront lot. 82-fool frontage by 200-foot SI. HUB: CODMY
The first on Sew 011Polnl! Designed( bv a top rated architect, depth I Open Daily 1 P.M. Co;\RDrN SHOW Priced nitlit' for Quick Sale
this home won wide acclaim on the West I ('oH'. I the home If)
'Til 4:30 P.l\r.in r. I hi St Lucie County Fcilcrauiriliit -'
built by a really dedicated huililir, and I h will worthwhile see :
MRS. D. II. GIFVSOV, PHONE: AT 7-1561 th'n of, ( Circles will presentSalute
In ing. Other offke.nucleic to be built hiiiin. Plans for these' homes are :ear 1 (Ion) to f lorulu' on Saturday I OWNER Boo V Stuart New
our M.IIXSlliul li 21 I from 2 to 1 r.m.tlnlln
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DRIVE SOUTH ON !SMVU1S< POINT RO.10! SIGN LEGIONHEIGHTS ,It 111, .,,1 i the St t ucie Armory, 28111Iklawtrc ( L

POINTING TO :MODFL IIOMh.: $$13,300 Tort Pierce -I _________ _______ __

I, On Sewall'i Point 2 bedroom, CBS custom' built home. :
Large living urea,separate/ dining room. Completely furnish- HOME AND ACREAGE I 'HERE IS THE BEST VALUE IN ALL OF FLORIDA
ed. On large: lot, with many shade trees. Access. to St. little See The

River. Immediate ocuipancy. $22,50(1.( 3 bedroom home located on 20 acres of "VALLEYFORGE" ,1 Located in River Point -. in the City of Stuart :

2. Waterfront home In Port Sew all. Alain! house with one bed JUST OFF PAUl CITY ROVIA
fine land. Fenced and fenced.
room. Guest house.tty artistic. $19,5110.!! grass! cross

3. Urge: building lot. 120' x 425' on Indian River Drive.Iliith a Colonial Styled J
elevation, beautiful vliw.. $12,1101)), ,

4. 2 high, cool building In South Jensen Nice trees., within .
walking distant of stores. $2,200 and $2,300. 20 Locks Road. Owner must
acres near ((Twin Sloe)
5. St. I.ucie Riverfront home, 2 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, living sell.
room. Florida room, large kitchen, !garage. $39,51)0.)
6. St. Iiuie Riverfront lot on Sew all's Point $13,000.
7. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath CBS home. Complite basement St. LIVING: ROOM 16'S" \ I..' I I IIIlIoKt
Luile Riverfront. $27,500.
corner 120 x 113 on U.S. 1, heart of LARGE UTILITY ROOM
8. Inflation insurance a blue chip Investment with tremendous
town. Full price $35,000. Ideal for drive- ENTRANCE PORCH
future appreciation. High land, area of fine homes
Intracoaslal waterway frontage' at $95 per foot. in, etc. Good building( on premises. MODFRN KITCWNUIII: 2 BrDROOM IIIKHVIII AIR CONDI HONING A IIP,\IIMJA
9. large waterfront Estate Home, silling for a fruition of Its
real worth.' Classical country charm gracious living LARGE: PLANID! LOT
all conveniences, 325 front feet on deep SI. I ucie River; $$15,500WATERFRONT INCIUDFIJ: HOUSE AND
three aires.. Dock accommodates' large boats. 6 bedrooms,
31balh!!, balconied living room, dining room, music room, FOR LOT $13: 990 .
patio bar and grill billiard room, library, office, studio, HOME FROM ,
large pantry and kitchen. Workshop, storeroom, 2 car ga $12,500.00Low
rage. Complete basement Central heal and air condition 2 bedrooms-2 baths-Brand new. Terms Down Payment House may also be huilt in Sea Gate I Harbor( on a waterfront lot
ing. $75,000. Write for brmhure.
to suit. for the same price.

10. A most beautiful, secluded hideaway hornet 2 bedrooms, Sam RhodesConstruction
See Call
2 baths, almost new. One acre on deep water. Perfect guest or

house. $35,000. bOll Company' CORAL GARDENS CONST. CO.

and Inc.P.O. I
900 Colorado Ave, (across from 1st National Bank)
AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 II .
FloridaPhil \

1; (1X(1(; DON O'KELLY or BOB UILLUMS .1) (1 ISO. Baker, Sale Managers I' P.O. Bin 635, Stuart, Florida Dial 287-1035
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OCEAN FRONTAGE Jupiter Island Very desirable 100 re (dentist lob Only $16,000 each
: 10 acre tract ,Miilahfo! for tralUr-park or auM
r dividing wllh 330 fronting on U.S. I 1525009 good

TRAILER PARK LOCATION on beautiful St. lucli River, also. ( .. ? ats 65 A(1tF3825' fronting on hlack-top road only $..20 \pef(
Road 76 . with '
front on State reasonably prked good Mr
,s 1. f ? acre wllh any reanonable term

10 ACRE TRACT on Loop Road $700 per Area J


only $10,500. terrific location for apartments. \ acre.



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ONLY $ 13, 500 CLOSING. cash: down.COSTS.$500 payment $85 per month on a 25 'YEAR MORTGAGE NO ONLY $10,500 .I only $10,500 $1,000) down PAY' slt.N T*ONLY" $68 per month ::




US. ROUTE 1, HOnE SOUND, FLA. Homer Greathouse, Reg. Real Estate Broker TELEPHONE M6.5293.p

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Admission FREE' First Heat at 11:00 .. "ii

Sponsored by these Progressive Jensen Beach Merchants

( Frank ForsbergBUILDER
I Snook-Nook Bait & Tackle JENSEN BEACII' AT 7.3453 Jensen Trailer Sales
.. 7-2145: Milan's Restaurant JENSEN BEACH "JUST NORTH QF THE ARCH
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Bryan PharmacyiPEUAIJSrt ROUTE 707, JENSEN BEACH. NEXT 1O BOWUNG LANES Anchorage Marina
8 COMMERCIAL STREET,JENSEN BEACHSeymour's CALL AT 7-3055 Porter Lumber 2874)360)

Inn'' JENSEN" : BEACH ,2S70644 Rick Carroll Insurance Agency

JENSEN BEACH AT 7.0151 Wilcox-Hardy T.V. .' JE..SE."IBKAOI" : AT 7.Jll1

Casa Rio Boat & Motor Sales.,,Inc.. ROUTE 707, RIO JENSEN 287-3241 Langford Village Marina
RIO-JENSEN" BEACH .M AT 7.0944 Commercial Cooling JENSEN" BEACH 217-2411


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