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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: April 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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:1 State, Asked t to bight 'Island' Erosion


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IMI'Unt I UK: 'MOSTHHUV! KLMCNS: : I II I ... and I _New l.ooUa)' lie_(.'oining for +lNA'14, Streets!

A signal career of public !service: I
has been concluded by Mrs Fred Bell Return

iViola) Rue who retired last week : Use of Franchise Tax
fitter thirty-eight years with theisscssors 4br ,, j to
office. She served ever i 4-Li J Ja From Capital

since Martin County was created
in 192*. first H LSmder I I Is Isrs
rkhtnfo: Counts Atorney Dean looker
,
Martin'sappointee aiding I and County Engineer: Fred Hell i Pave Streets Considered
as original assessor; ';'
LeRoy Ricou, elected in 1928 : ." \ went to Tallahassee Tuesday with,
.an.! A. C Courson, elected i n .. .. ,'t Tooker ippcuring before i h e

l 19\2. who has held the office for .. Florida Supreme Court to deknd. ,.... ...", ,
ihirty-two years.IIFRES the couniv' action in a case m I

I CIIVNCI:\ : 1OHUP u," ,." '....'r "., ...... .. solving the closing of the Aluc, An Hilitorial) ; $180,000

RETARDED KIDSA IIONORH:\ ) Mrs Fred Rue, clerk in the tax assessors office for the past thirtyclght'elln.. wa' Avenue Crossing by the llontl.i

honored on the (occasion of her retirement by the Martin County Commission during the meeting Fn East C >ust Railroad and (tell t
dinner will be served SenseUse
spaghetti Plan
at Coral Gardens Bowling Laneson day. Mrs. Rue was presented an orchid and a citation for her long and! faithful !service: with the county pleading for erosion aid. Pacing; Makes RevolvingFund

Sunday, April 12. between the County Commission! Chairman Frank Wacha, left, presented) the orchid while Commissioners Jack The railroad is appealing a Martin
hours of I and 8 for the Saiindcrson, center und Jack Williamson watched Commissioner Edward Miller gave her a pot ol Circuit/ Court decision that ot the I loridu Cower and I fight franchise 1.1tl) borrow ;:,
benefit of Martin County Retard. blooming chrysanthemums from his flower farm thun miles of wont-out streets
allowed the county to keep t the money to re-pave more eight/ in SeenBy
ed Children's Association Why --- ---- the old town of Sluiirt makes sense-
not go along and have a good din. ---- --- crossing open Since itCh up a re\ulvlnlllllllI, which would he 're-supplied ,
ner, without having to cook or Elected President Florida /JankersIrons' Tooker reported on his return/
as assessnienls lire paid by adjoining, property owners, it could! .
'
,
wash dishes, and at the same time Wcdnesihy he is optimislie that IIUNMY: AnilO11
help a good cause? Incidentally, I the court will rule m the county's continue to meulerm/e streets throughout the town. t,
all retarded children of Martin favor. \Ve support! Ihe plan advanced by City Minuet, Joe Crowdcr A buy an mill it instead ol a

County are invited to go along Major Goal Will Be Bell went to the Hoard of Conservation at a recent workshop session It tackles and promises U> solve pair of socks' approach to Smarts .

Sunday and enjoy a picnic with : to take a resolution Irons the whole problem Instead of piece.meal re-1'IIVIIIa plant pnorly I street construction and l1aln'Icnunee

pony rides and refreshments between the Martin County Commission advanced program/ Is advised by City
I and 4 pm. / \ And M hut a difference it would make( i in the looks of our nI" I Joe
Governor Vtanuger Crowdcr without
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IIE'SORRIf.1) ABOUT Modernizing Banking Laws Island residents in their !beach i I"' h T''''''' _JIIIII 11I the necessity of any increase In

AMBLLK: ON LADDtR erosion battle lax milliige.
Notices; notation; (Hren,!
I Dell ,it-ported! Randolph Hodges I At u workhullC"IIII of the
In a letter received too late forour David B. Irons elected! president called a meeting of our t 1964-M in ('onllrela'fecting' banking on chairman of the Hoard of Conservation City Commission Monday evening,
this week, A
editorial i I page I of I Florida Bankers Association I legislative Division, for April I In the federal! level." and stuff members, will with everyone pruned to consider
W Burnett of Stuart comments ona lit its seventieth annual convention Al that time there will be discussions In the office .
taking over highest come 'to Martin County one diiy Order mi apparent low bid of $114 W
of
March 26
picture: we ran tit the Hotel Fonuimhlcau, which should lead to the in Florida bunking Iron Tully next week to tour the island and Clean-up to for construction work on tweiilv
Bill Ambler
Parks' Superintendent I Miami Beach List Siturday morning formulation ol a program to be F. Dunlap, president of the make a report to the governor city streets, (rowdcr released II"let'
watering Stuart lamp-post petunia said that up-dating of state presented to the IW65 legislatureWe Riverside Bank Miami Irons, ex- look a lilllc further" *p

pots from a ladJer.MMr.. "Ambler """' '1'' will also discuss bills pending (Continued on Page 2-A) rrluch which won the! unanimous.
would be hard to replace, wrote I __ __ __ Owners of 38 LotsOwners if unofficial, support of the commission
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Miamian Died
Mr, Burnett "and even if he does. \' .t at whose members virtually
fall its sure hard on his constitution {
not :Special Exhibit'OfferedStuart clamored for the plan to !be Included

and to climb those buckets way up of there water I \ .+ \." : Wheel of Car on of thirl|)-Cillht overgrown lion Hillcrest Subdivision and. In the agenda of next Ms..,*.
carry up
Please induce someone to equipa I (' J I lots in the ('in of Stuart I I Woodlawn Park cluy's meeting.
truck with a platform lift and \ Chamber have been put on notice to clear: I The action I is being taken under Sire-cits! valued! at between !Stun(>() -
a water, tank and pump Anyway Jupiter IslandA (them within the next twenty duys I I Ordinance H\ allowing& the city; (Ito and $400,000 can't "be main-

get bin.fl\ that ladder!" : I If they arc not cleared according I' to luke I'clion" against properties tuned j just by patching startedthe

.'j. ... Miami' titan died of a" apparent / t.I. / legal advertisement/ in to-'I judged """,'",, n, unsanitary o t city manager 'After (the next
CAr IIKKS: QUAilISA heart attack '.)hUe' driving/ 'day's News, the City' Commissionwill overgrown with weeds heavy ruins we'll hate to rip them
I
FRIrNDLY FASHION ; ffit. l t. 1 '. Holding a Display along Heath Road on Jupiter Inland order the Clean-up J job andcharge :J up and start again/ from scratch. J I
: Tuesday afternoon the coat Including legal "We have $20,000:! ()( for streets t :.
Our ever-vigilant Audubon Society rac--- ; Sheriff Roy (', Uakcr said witnesses costs in (lien to ho filed against Bartow Youth Is In this year's budget, and we have t'
reporter informs us that Mrs. ., A special exhibit of the program to-dulc on the latest techniques and In the station reported each: proper/) I bid for f4.00U-odd| | for construction -
Raymond Ross St Uicie Boulevard r and activities of the Stuart information which enable them that Richard (1 I,wagon AckermiinniM Ten owners of Ihe properties/ are of 'twenty streets. It will
has a cut that's fond of quail.. I I C hambcr! of Commerce is on display I to do a better job I \ two, of 5K( ) N E Twenty- named in the notice of viola lion, Hurt in Crash I take two years for ui h> use up
This particular cat, about to become this week at the offices on ----- -- fourth Street Miami i, suddenly. The lots arc in Frazier Addi- $40,000 on the bums; of the city
the mother of kittens has : U S. I at Ocean Boulevard i In paying., one-third, and ,
property
slumped' over the steering wheel -- -- received
fancy to one of the a I observance of the first A Barlow south a severe
taken a great : nationally Election Is Held The station swerved off owners on each: side of hoi *
quail station that The feed cat at actually the Ross'strokes bird Week.staged Chamber 0 f Commerce I ; the road and wagon struck a palm tree. Library Holding I auto head trash Injury on State Monday Road In 710 an streets! one-third each and we'll
have shot
the quail with her tail as the two Governors of states throughout I Les Combs Heads Passengers/ in the vehicle with Open louse I Tea near the Si I.ucie Canal bridge. project," he our continued: wad on just one

walk along together, but whetherthe the nation are proclaiming Chamber I Ackermann were Jean Dunhiir and Sunday) Afternoon The youth, James P. Tucker "We can't, wait two or three
friendship is real, or to culti of Commerce Week in recognition Ester Sigg, who had accompanied: eighteen, was taken to Martin Memorial
DA'II B. IRONS: 100 CommitteeThe him from Miami not years to do some of (he mainleuince -
cutlets for i I They were and Inter trans
vate some choice quail of the sound and thorough! The I Martin! County I.inrury Association Hospital work needed now," Crowdcr
the coming kittens, is the moot banking laws would he a inajoi programs provided by local organ Injured. has invited the publicto ferred to a West Palm Beach bOlo went on. "but a good topping i job
question objective during his term. isations for the purpose of improving steering committee of the Dr. William (i. Myers, attending an house tea to be held pital.His would suave several hundred thousand
I W 'In order that we be in their communities, according to Committee of IOU.' ) m a breakfast physician certified that Ack- ,at the Martin County I library Sunday auto and a pickup (truck: dollars.
DEN may Mrs Rosuleen chamber [ meeting lit Ihe Town House Restaurant ermann died from natural causes. driven I Pcrmcntcr, for.
I>ON\I.I> L. BOW a more competitive position to of- Murray I April 12 from 1 to 5 p.l11.to by Douglas So what was Ihe city to do','
Monday reviewed resultsof W. C. Cavcny acted as coroner. six of \Booker Park, Indian-
,
IN NORFOLK, VA. manager murk the beginning of National ty'
fer full !service: our Florida Banking Island Art Here's what Crowdcr proposed:
This nation-wide observance a recent election Jupiter Policeman collided Rodeo
is town on a curve near!
Donald L. Bowden vice president Code Study Committee, whichconsists I library Week. I 1. Go ahead with (the construction -
: Brodenck the accidentand
being co-ordinated by the American I I.es Combs elected chair investigated Road. Purmenter was not In.
of : was ;i The memorial shelves honoringWesley
Bank of twelve
and cashier of The immediate past !Sheriff James Holt of the twenty streets, with the
Stuart is attending the twenty. presidents of our association i s I Chamber of Commerce Executives man Ralph Fvmrudc first vice Deputy B. Foss and Charles H jured. City Commission paying for the
I ninth Pastern Regional Conventionof presently! working most diligentlyto a national professional. 'I chairman, and Evans Crary Sr, I ilso investigated Patterson huve !been placed and Deputy Sheriff Floyd) McAllister job, estimated In round figures at
association for ---
NABAC the National Association up-date state banking laws to the standards responsible of ethics upholding and I' second vice chairman: may be viewed at Ihe reception. I investigated. $120,000( Including engineering.,
of Bank Audit. Control and provide the banking industry with Elected secretary wu James I II and contingencies, property owners
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Operations in Norfolk, Ya.. April the means to compete more effectively efficiency in Chamber of Com Ciarvey, and treasurer Roland I Three StudentsAre to pay $2 a front foot on an
5-8 He is delegate for the Florida! with other financial institutions became merce management.member of Mrs this Murray I' Mcrrcll I IVa/tonians.A/ "d"bonites in Queries (Continued on Page 2-A)
Gulf tream Chapter of which heis and to provide manage a group I Named to the steering committee I .-.
l 1953 The ACCE Is active Charged
in as
vice president mcnt with fewer restrictions he :hel I I were: Walter (rowel I, Joseph
fields of education, public i information I
told the convention in his acceptance and publications while Crccnlccs, Henry kindred, Roland : Candidates Asked to Give 222 Voters
\OC\L tOUPLK; BUK speech, it keeps chamber executives luedcr, Charles Volk. Jack School Vandals
up-
FROM: MEXICAN 'OUR "In view of the hcavv work I liamson, Robert (ireene. WII'I
ahead, and the fact that the legislature -- Horton, Albert W t Lind, Stands on Conservation Registered In
Mr and Mrs. John C. Watson I Thomas 1 three Martin County High l
convenes in l%*. we have Ocean and River yin hurlow and E.
i>f Ocean Breeze Park toured MexICO c Ware-helm, School: students have been charged -
this winter in their travel trailer Sport Excellent I Most of Monday !session: involved with breaking a large plate' gluts Uauk Walton League\ and Audubon diversion of recreation funds lo Last 2 Days
as members of the Wally Byam and window at the front of the new group here have prepared buy reservoir lands for the \ loud
re-stating broadening
"Adventures in Mexico' caravan Tom Adams Will Stuart Chamber of Commerce objectives: of the /! which include Martin County High School the (two questions for each governorcandidate I Control District: in the St. Johns
1 hey visited some seventeen reported i issuing citations in the not only light group industry but night of March: 26 and attorney I general River basin. 1 he office of supervisor of reg-

Cities and towns along a generally Fish week just past for a score of sailfish any worthwhile community development !Sheriff Investigator Tom Wy- candidate: County Commission candidateswill stration wa a busy place Friday
eastern route to Mexico City some Speak at FryForlrloBronson catches and for many large at, who worked diligently on the Would you, as chairman: of the be asked1)( I) if they will work and Saturday when I total of 222
of it well off the beaten tourist jack crevullc false albacore.I case since it happened, reported Trustees of the 1.1. Hoard, vote to prevent submerged land sales residents registered to vole before
path, visiting remote and pictur. king mackerel red snapper I the youths will be charged with to prevent Ihe sale of submerged, to individuals, ((2)) if they believe the deadline passed' according torlrs.
esque spots, including ancient pyramids grouper, amber Jack and sea !SIORK. ) O\ VMAIIONIN destroying school: properly, and sovereign lands to corporations or in the principles of conservation: Zolu Blakeslee, supervisor
an extinct volcano and Indian Tom Adams. t londa trout. A decided pickup in thesalt PAM'HK I will be told when to appear before to individuals for private use and and abatement of pollution, (and On riday a total of 117 regis.tereul

ruins.IRIENS. state, will he the featured secretaryof speaker water fishing scene has been The stork took an early vacation County:: Judge Evans Crury Jr, for exploitation 1)) if they will insist that any and on Saturday 105 registered :
at a free fish fry Saturday at noted. ?this year, while most other WOl k. a hearing "Would you insist thut all funds I changes/ sought in bulkhead linesor ,
: 1n1.1 I ABOUT Sailfish Ball Park, Stuart. ers were still struggling to find a Wyatt said the youths all ad- allocated to the Honda recreation dredge/ and fill applications be Men Blakeslee reported that
tIJ COVS ILLNESS The place on the vacation schedule: milcd! being involved in Ihe incident programs/ be spent only and ,Investigated by biologists of Ihe because of IItthethr'' number whoregistered
fry will begin at J:30( p.m No babies were delivered at Martin that caused over $200:! in exclusively on legitimate/ outdoor Florida Conservation Departmentand last minute, it
of his local friends In Rescue Course
In case !some honor of State Senator Irlo several total
will be before
Wildlife days
fish &
Memorial Hospital during the damage/ The three did not give a recreation projects? the U. S.
him, Mrs. Helen
like to write Branson and
"in
might token of our ap week March 31 1 April 6. reason for the vandalism. The latter question hears! on Service before being acted upon. registration figures are available.
E. Bord reports that her father preciation of his outstanding serv .
Starts 9A - --- -- ----
Edward L. Coy. who had a ice" according to Ralph Hartman April

heart Hospital attack Schenectady lust week N.is at Y.Ellis He Jr.Fish hush basic rescue course!, taught' Park Probability Dimmer; Isle '

will be eighty-seven on April II. the cob will be puppies and! corn on by Jim Hedden, county rescue officcr
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Wortham Jensen prepared Beach by 1 and Robert Rehr, assistant i t ; ;hnsF.: ;: .jMi:;; I

I Tale Twisting I I friJs fry of Senator is being Branson;: headed p.m.rescue: Thursday.officer, will April begin 9 at at 7:the 30 Kidd Gives in Area ReviewIn

County Emergency Operations
by Hartman,

L By JACK 'UtESTN. SOT -| chairman. county campaign Civil Center: Defense, according director to Al 1 Keaton'. : William R. Kidd, executive director the hands of attorneys, engineers 'He was candid in Mating that in the shallowi near the l Island. I He reiterated: .that it is Ihe responsibility

H.110 COW The ihirty-two-hour course! will :II of Florida Internal I Improvement I surveyors and County and the St I Lucie Inlet southwardstretch I I I All in all, the Hutchmson Island of each community to
Saw some windy weather whileI Last Wok'i Weather cover rescue: operations, care and Fund, told a group of I City Commissions lo "make the "can cither be a lemonor bulkhead line is not hud" establish its bulkhead lines-or I
Believe if I could have lemonade,' on improvements Kidd said although Ross With. rue the consequence
depending
I was gone. Femp'turs Hih Low Balnftl' use of ropes lifts drags and carries conservationists" here Saturday that ground rules plain i I /
gotten a handful of Brahma cow's April 1 11 .UfI ; stretcher lashing and handling the 11 Board functions relativeto Another forward step will bee to stabilize. it against I am 'protested that a I'(XJO-foot The wholesale filling DOW going "
tail I could I AApril4 i 3'. o :.11' I appreciation of damage to I underwater land sales are being closer co-operation between Iii i iI erosion. There are millions of cubic stretch in front of the House of on in Brevard County would not
have made a :: 4 : Ti ca lie :.14 buildings; rescue reconnaissance! "streamlined" and the laws rela Board of, Conservation (the 11. yards of sand which could be used 'Refuge would obliterate a spiny have happened, h* said if proper
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ry human kite of April l G( 111 .1 ,,, I and basic fire fighting tive to the authority are being reviewed I Board) and the Department of in stabilization, he said, if the ; lobster breeding ground. bulkhead lines had been designated
myself. Uncle April I : : to 9Ateraar L :: i To date twelve men have sign- I 'Conservation' in conferring on proper plan is developed. But the The group discussed! in detail I ahead of development.
Dave says that's ienp"niure, tu'' week 18 ed for the joint county-city: pro I At a meeting in the community ; policies community must stand guardfor proposed bulkhead and fill" off the Possibility of reopening Mile
nothing compared TIDE'*" A* room of the First National Bank Kidd went in detail into a former t Ihe worthwhile developmentof : tip of Bewails Point, hoping lo' Lake was discussed.
with the effort :CU HlrSW.t: ,, sew Wata gram. I I he presented a plan which had been to develop your beaches or Coney Inland work out a compromise plan."Bulkhead Among those at the conference
IVLBTApril twentytwopagesynopsis
1. 1 to get u p XM. P.M.. A.M. P.M of those laws, dating; from a slate seashore" park on lands : atmosphere /I Intrude." I lines are good, providing were John Kuhn W, O. Simpkin
there made b y A..I.. e 4 I*17. .S.4.(< It Mil:.. II GETS ADyer's FACE-Un I 1856 shortly after Florida wa later given to the Florida Audubon I II A great asset he said, are the I that they are protective" John McQul' g, Bill Newsome, Nathaniel

one of these so- April. 1* .Oaits' It .*( ,11'1 Dry Good, pioneer Stuart I taken over from Spain by the I Society, for which prospects, he spoil "islands stretching up the Kidd said. "The wont mistakean P, Reed Jack Kearney,
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called politician and the mint be April April II II .4a' t* 1J rae| ItM: 1ZJ' store u being completely repainted -I i United States said, were much less favorable Indian River, which: can be used area can nuke is not to establish IM Combs. Mrs. Wilbur Forrest.
spends trying to win an office that April: :I It In :::4a |14M n tjt I and la "setting the pace* He said, that an instructional now, although he emphasized that for recreation and for birdlife. its bulkhead line ahead of ROW! Witham, Martin Heuvel-
pays starvation wage (See you PrM April 14 U .. ..:II 4. last"U rca, S 44mlb ,,11 to show how atractive some of the !I manual on bulkhcadmg and fill Long Island acquisition is still He also noted that grasses to development It is dredging/ of the : mans, Charles Kindred and. Robert
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TWIRP DANCE A normal ocean nrrcti'

.\ IIIF STUART ("8.) NEIYS11nPihy (non) on 12 000) lineal feet of as ANNUAL votnii crvint ON at one.half mile i 1", cote
Aprf 9, I 1964 I,I, A. 0. Kanner Honored at I 1T
,,-, .. ----- sesMhlc frontage at S2 a foot put I' Judge Saturday FRIDtY. APRIL 10
the money iftto- revolving fend i The Junior High annual Twirp hour.PAINTING
MORF ABOUT lo maintain other Ousting streets i I Dance and! party (Turn About

5. Arrange) a fifteen-year term OaM) "iH !be held at tho SUnrlspilth
Use of Franchise on the !revenue certificates and I Country Club for a Lifetime of Service Center Friday, April 10

pus i hem off at a rate not to ex-1 I i,",m 7'10) to 10:VI) pm Thoseilindmg INTERIORS <\
; cent' (the ffancflfae tax 1 I are asked to wear school EXTERIORS
Taxes for Paving I admission fw
While admitting that he was Ire, I here is no
\ I'hi' park is sponsored. hv the Call .
'talking: in "round! figures. I the DistinguishedJurist

Being Considered city t manager assured the com missRm ushnian I class, Jupiter IslandPAINTERS

1111)1) UK clan would work, andthat I t ICI; 11'-(1, I SNIPI'FRBRO'GH'r
Back
ho could quickly iron mil the ; HIM Slot &
I( intinucd from Page; I.VJ I I details. '
.Kenneth. P Behr a winter visit-
mint over the next t few (dmi !' He further assured coml11iMion-I At His Home I" "I '111\11111.11 I'cllMl'leI, walk,, DECORATORS
ers that the plan would work with
to the lull Pier Sunday
I I"" I o i lied I years I {I' ,j vei
oul any necessity of increasing'the i
fifth in the
I se Honda Power mil I ight I If nnll.ige in the foreseeable fu. Marlin County BurI"I1"IIOn' n was too windy to CLYIIE R. McOFt: O"nu
f 'nnpans's' franchise I la IK. of $::22.1I I lure. i I was host al a leslimonwl dinner \I runt and caught a six-ounce i tilth snapoti net-, A-i-\I uonr SOUND 1 M \
I i 'lo <24,(000() n yeur presentlyipldcly given Saturday, night it "Port !St sight t Inchc* long "
,' ,, After enthusiastic discussion. tent him $100) as a lagged fish in Dial 5464841SEYMOUR'S
>! unencumbered- e s se- Lucre ( ounlry (lun honoring '
the commission that ,
agreed no statewide fishing tourney
I Kfor a $! 80,00( ( revenue I A O Kanner on his retircmcrU a : .
-
lime Judge --- -------- --
should he Misted' in official .
taking
mlicaic issue, lo be validated ..
as I ) Action to the i I \ as Judge of I the Second vkYSN'.sMC r
gel necessary
''I i 'klus possible through the machinery for ) and District Court of Appeal! I I.aktlahd _
public hearing
met legal channels I validation proceedings under way Sumo I HI( members ol the bar ot 4 INNThe

\ Alter' deducting\ the $120i .- ,I I instructing ('rowder to put the Division (' of the Ninth Judicial.
"i" I I mm the SIKOOOO, use $*0ii .- item on the agenda for I the regular! l Circuit including/ Martin St. I,ucicliulnn l
"'" ,ii, the remainder to !seal! ind i i commission I Hall River and Okeechohec 1 Drink
meeting nt City Home of/ Good Food & Mixed
i shout, eight mile of and!
up exist- on Monday April I It at X ".m. counties. with Ihot' wvc

:, \.e: :l feel wide I ,, at an Action on the proposed sign guests, paid tribute lo the vetcrlnjurist *
,ted $6000 a flulei ordinance, forwarded recently,' to and his .((tractive wife Mary
i \ the property owners of I Ilhe commission by the Planning who have returned ,10 (heir home $ i41I t SIvA FOOD A SPECIALTY
,
i" lust, twenty streets pay $64- Advisory Board!, was postponed at St. I side Lstatcs m Sllurt *

... ..... I until commission of the
.. ,. the and hoard Justice Elwyn Thorn 3 PUCK OR'aUS'I'RStURIU: \' MC.IIIS;
had hud time for Court who was
a joint conference florid i Supreme
( ,tRI) OF THANKSMori principal speaker! referred to his 2 BlOCkS MW1II JENSEN: BIo:.<\1I CAUSEWAY

than you may know the InnlI/ I friendship with Judge Kan ,,',,' .> ,
'uiemhrancc and good wishes of"I'mll MRS. WlllOl'ClinV AM ncr, dating buck to when they were ----

and relatives helped lighten MRS IIUSSIY. : AMEND: classmates, in law school at Stetson

,h, heavy hours during my recent/ KFPUBUCAN: IIInMn. : University and lauded Judge

"in and speeded my recovery Hugh Willoughhy and Kanner for his distinguished Careerof

I "" most grateful Mrs J. W Husscy of the Martin public service. +
County Republican Women' (luh Robert F" McRobcrU, head of pLANTATIO i i ip.DF.NLAVN

Barhar M Person ''are attending, the spring conference Martin County Bar Association Ope 'aS} 1
oa
4g.s"lae.1.t"'w.t.. I:.. of the National Federationof acted as muster of ceremonies Roars lsa ,sit I '(; 1 1peua
Heath, Vero Bcich. F Dining ram
Republican Women in Wash George K. par
EM ram. r
I II ..... isms
airem .
ington., D. C. April R-11. Forty extended greetings! for Indian' River 1 ,
CARD OF THANKS I women from Florida are attcntling County Bar; Rupert Smith for Stucie H pans ram. eswr p.m, aueaesM r

(. County liar; and T T ,HwATtm

With deepest! gratitude we extend Rga[ /
for
this word of thanks for the : Oughtcrson Martin e\tendinllsrcelinllM. presented JUDGE AM AIRS A. O. KANMR: pause for a chat with Supreme t __i J,_ ..ae L.- a n.... poB asr.oare
Ahhough it Is inland County liar rp"ee
,
many kind acts of sympathy expressed Chicago handles more an water-born city : Judge Runner with a plaque upon who was a classmate; of the veteran retiring jurist at Stetson law xenon: e-sJ .1 Io m,_i r::.:r. -

by thoughtful t friendsThese traffic than the Panama, Canul in which win engraved: To honor speaker at the dinner honoring Judge Kanner at Port Si Lucu' I ,i-nir:; s._-b Sr-Ti. r le of s
kindnesses have meant much .UL I
for long and faithful
to us. one year service you to Marlin your County and to the Just prior lo his leaving field Smith of the Florida Bar in of t Vsf-d hare rtcr it J r.;-':- .

The Albuquerque, N. M.. led the U. Slate of Florida i as mite attorneyfor land Judge Kanner was Lake-I I a talk about Judge Kanner, referred recngmtjon It is Judge .Kt'VKrplan. ;
of Arthur
Family C ROwell S. in territory annexation'' in the the Twenty-First icial.Circuit with a slag' dinner given \ lo him as "a lawyer's judge." .rut bit prerofautc under the.
awRwr iw year 1950. Lakeland! Bar Association, attendedby judicial retirement system. to ovttinue
from has
Mate representative Martin Judge Kanner resided in
----- work '
member of the Bar of folk his judicial through itsignmenlt '
County slue senator front thethirtythird Stuart since before Martin Count :
Pmcllis, rlillshoro, Orange and ) "hy the serious ippt ..:t
district, judge of the was formed. He wa the first stale
Highlands Counties and by many 1 courts of l the state -- ---- ----- -
Ninth Judicial Circuit and Judgeof attorney of the twenty-first Judicial -
FRANCES? lANGFCRD'SLuncheon ) Court of Appeal for the Sec. outstanding jurists from various Circuit representative of Martin
Justice MORE ABOUT
of
parts the state: including in SOON
and District we present this plaque O'Connell of the Honda County the Florida Legislaturefor
to you n* a token of our respect Stephen I five consecutive terms. slate WAIT DISNEY
,--- and esteem" Supreme Wlgiilngton Court, Wallace and Judge Sturgis John' I senator Of the 31rd district then Irons Big GoalModernizing "A TIGER WAIKS"
GGfROOfRI all comprising Martin, St Luctc In-
Among those present were
Charles A. Curroll of the other
the circuit judge of Division C I I dims River, Okecchobcc, and Osce of
district who with
",- RESTAURANT of the Ninth Judicial Circuit: Judge two Chief Judge courts Smith of,the along second I I i ola counties' for two terms, was Thursday, Friday, Saturday

D. C Smith of Vero Beach, Judge district, made short talk, a* did' Appointed I circuit judge of the Ninth \Mv Mould Trade Their FANCY LADY For A Catalog Bride
Wallace Simple of Ft Pierce, Judge Dean Harold L. of Stetson. : Judicial Circuit in 1941 I and in Banking LawsContinued
Schnng
Funniest.
Specials $1.50 ('. Pfeiffer TrowhndKC., Stuart; all University, Judge Kanner, ulma 1957, after more than I 16 years on I W fl V'Ant' ( y
the Orlando Circuit Judges, Judge the circuit bench, was named as s
mater Judge Kanner wa presented the first chief judge' of the I ( from Page I.A) I ," hillblill8sedlll'
Frank A Smith Judge W A. Pal- newlycreated -
Monday thru Friday 12 'III 2 p.m with a scroll inscribed with : I '
li hall. Judge Murray Ovcrstrecl) the Lakeland Bar Association expression Second District t Court ofAppeal rculive vice president of Ihe First ( ,
I
Judge Parker McDonald!, Judge of appreciation in the National Bank of Stuart praised I r jc rr:
WN FRS 7 Roger Barker and Judge Vassar H. He became the first chairman I) for his
Day a Week 5 TO 10 P.M. form of a resolution, with copyto Dunlap
Carlton of lilusvillc; all of Judge the district court for Its permanent of the stile conference of district I and "dedicate P
Kanner former colleague on the minutes. Judge/ Wiggington of I court, judges and served in that and ability to ace001Pli\hmentS\\
For Reservation Phone' 2,87-4040 Second District i i Court of Appeal:, Tallahassee, who delivered the main capacity Until last year..For twenty- 'I' xociation and the
: I Chief i Judge Sherman N Small, address, ha ld"'of'7Uifgc'Kanner,, ,three years, hi> served on the circuit I by working for a sound bunking
Judge George T. Shannon, Judge He possesses that rare ability and appellate benches without' system and a strong financial !
William p Allen; and former Chief ever having elective opposition He structure
Where differences ,
to
The Stars Meet compose among men I I
Justice. of the Florida Supreme wa* a member of the Supreme
and to preserve harmony under "I In this world of I 1964." he "METnosoiee
.f Court Judge Alto Admit., of f sires The many fine opinions, Court appellate! rules committee and said "we face many problems too I 'I Ir 1 '1t I I. \ '
t'j' I
various committees of the
Pierce. Florid
i
authored by Judge Kanner are uniformly numerous and time consuming to
-- characterized by excellence' bar was an instructor at a seminar mention. Only the strong can juarantce Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday
for circuit judge given at the University -
in I I
composition, clarity of thought, freedom for themselves
: of Florida and also delivered ind And Someone Slid Baseball Wa The National Pastime,
and soundness of for other
Charming Homes Location. I judgment As is : who believe in freedom's
Superb lectures at another seminar there .
so typical of the man himself, his I
writing!: are invariably flavored with I: and at Stetson I com-munistic I Rock
that touch of compulsion and Many of the opinion which he very our J
fruity which in the hallmark, hU.1 wrote while on the District Court free enterprise system We must 11

I Bahama Terrace greatness." President-elect \ teach Americanism and patriotism }Hudson ,
lo our young citizens so that they
I AUDLBON MFFTINGSFP may cherish and protect our heritage e
St. Joseph Guild NEXT: 1UKMUY Paula

The Martin County Audubon I. "We hive a responsibility to our
. VISIT THESE HOMES TODAY! Met On Monday I Society will hold a membership : profession to bring lo the people Prentfss '

; Si Joseph Guild met on Mon I meeting Tuesday, April 14 at 7;10() of Florida and those to come the
at the Martin County Library services rendered by o u r dual
day evening. April ft, with Mr. Edward I pm.
"' hanking This
Kinsclla" system can only be
--, 'R1 presiding/ done increased effort in the '
Mrs I I. T by
Taylor,
The chair program
following committee
.I field publicity and education i tnivnsu! Ktirist
chairman, will introduce the
man were appointed: bake sale, IIl1e,1sJ'IlIler on all levels. I intend to suggesta
Miss Helen Keilley; library, Miss Warren Kendall Jensen
I new approach in order to get theIalewidc
May Holmes; publicity, Mrs. Phil- Beach. His topic will be Mounting \ advertising program un

ip Schralwieser; 'Sunshine," Mrs Birds"IIFNRY der way which was started under I OR AN ENJOYABLE
Eugene Benlalucci. ; spiritual development I r President Dunl administration"
s
ip
__ Mrs George Radius, C. KINDMFI IS the high honor and opportunity s'ttJ! MAR
altar !\In. Connie Bruidoski and | RrpORIHl: IMPROVING for service in his field extended I SFE !MORF IN '64

Mrs. M. Casserly; civic development Henry C!. Kindred, local' merchant ) to the Stuart !banker marked ---------- -
Mr. W Stanley; refreshment
some twenty-nine of Friday
years
experience Saturday
and member of Martin Sunday
II, Mr. H. Spiller; social activities :- County School Board, in the banking field. ,
wa
Mrs Oho Booth; and report in .
ed Wednesday morning to be improving Early his acceptance talk he athvword.rv J1
Mrs M Cast
charities
Catholic ,
introduced his mother Mrs David
nt his home after having WELCOME T'THE SIN-BINS
serly !been taken ill last weekUI1C. B. Iron Sr., wife, Marjorie, and s
Mrs. Booth i i is Chairman of a their fair daughters, Shirley Pat ,
: "n A p 4 Js r w. card! party to be held at the First ty. Jane and Debbie
MFEflNGThe
National Bank community room Iron, forty-nine, wa born in ;r 0 0 x Y ,
during April. United Daughters of the Nashville, Tenn., in 1915. He attended 9 9
A bake sale will be held on Sunday Confederacy will meet Monday, Vanderbilt University and
"THE YOUKTOWN"Tvo I April 19, following all Masses April 13 at th home of Mrs E.1. is a graduate of the American Institute

Smith, Alamanda AvenueGOURMET of Banking He started asa
runner at the Third National
Bedrooms
Bank of Nashville in 1935 and had

Two Baths $16,900 advanced through the various operations
of that bank before being
Garage appointed a bank examiner in 194
I II II
hy the Board of Governors of the E, Se e
Federal Reserve System in Washington s f

OTHER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM He examined! Federal Reserve And IfICNRES
Sj t0er4 eYtO
'kOl-J1A
I Banks throughout the Unit- Got uft'

Follow U.S. 1 Vt mile north of the St. Lucie River ed Slates until 1947, at which time era
he came to Stuart as vice presidentof 1
(Roosevelt> Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner the former Citizens Bank of C f't

Follow North Shore Drive Y mile to Bahama Terrace Bank Stuart,, Stuart now He the was First elected National executive lemmon, +

vice president in 1959 .
@
I He was a member of the executive
council of the Florida Bank-

ers Association in 1952, and A -
= Za a past chairman of the credit divisors Carol

and of several committeesin _
the Florida Bankers Associa
Robert H. Lear 6di /Adams

; .>w BUFFET tion.Locally, he Is a past presidentof

Tillie! rN the board of trustees. First I JmcaeneCocat 1,_ -

1 rX DEVELOPER and BUILDER [tmfiAT. S TO rat, Methodist Church, past presidentof Paul "
rKle-RDbertUJnslngwcMrjMTiTicas'
r .. Stuart Kiwanis Club, and the .
lieutenant Thirteenth + py MtaYRNglaglmrNglgIfl.[
past governor ab
rF a;r tt) ON PREMISES r. .......... sat yI...qlea.leataeq District kiwams. Elected the u19mmmnw'.1m /srmmt n MYIDSWFt anaraMrrarMUwlOWowg-is* i D)fHKBCI 5KSM

11e1r.. II "Stuart Jaycees Outstanding Youn|
Bow 41.064 ATh.dS-41O'' Man" in 19<0, he has headed various CO-IIIT -

P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7.0635 fund drives in Martin Countv -
ra'M including I i the American Red IHtfAVt W tOr TO ASTHMmtllt.

bu : irf1i11 Cross and March of Dimes drives, aao re,. ,
and was chairman of both organI .
r 4 Substantial Down Payment I trattoiu for several ears He is a

past officer in the Masonic Lodge.
1- it. Required :JtI1lfll fi I Irons and his wife, the formet 0 'TN
$ DdbY
i y I I Marjorie Whitsitt, also of Nashville
j"a.y reside on St t-ucu coulee) !
Of V. i I. !*.- .... mi IU **+ I vard with. their four daughters



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I THE STtlRT: Florida NEWS
Installation Dinner Dance Is 1'ItilNay. April 9, 1M4 ).%


Set by Junior Women on May I Dog Show Draws ANNUAL CLEAN-UP


Initiation of new member to Hostesses for the evening were Over 325 Entries
the Junior Woman Club/ of Smart Mrs. Ben Fulton Jr and Mr*. Wallace !. i '
was "hjjU- on Monday evening.. Hosteller
April| I 6. The four members" inItIaled The All Breed Dog Show and J/r SPRING SALE
were Mr*. John Balltr Jack Nancy'IcCormick obedience trial held by the Stuart- '
Hampton, Mrs Richard ihirphj Fort Pierce Kennel (lob last I Sunday
and MM Ronnie Peekup.the outgoing Is Spelling:! nee at the Port St I Luck Cwmrry
president, Mr Frank Zorn Winner for 1964The Club, was again a treat success I

conducted Mrs Toley the Enjebrelscn munition chairman annti:il spelling" bee of Mar entered There! in were the more various: than clarifications 311 slogs" I NO MONEY DOWN NO PAYMENTS ilL JUNE

of the Hospital Pidrlutic Unit tin Counly High School was held :mj the attendance over
riportcd$ that items recently purchased Friday at a special assembly in the MINI I
for the hospital by the I 6>m. President A M Riley of Stuart
club are a rocking. chair highchair Mr. Romanello, as master of reports the results of the show at I GENERAL G ELECTRIC !
two crib .
bumpers seven ceremonies and coordinator, introduced follows: TV'
gowns. i toy chest scale, and ankiod each contestant and gave Sporting Group: Best puppy, Persr>1lI1! t "
pressure cuff Pointer owned Dawn .
a brief talk on the importance of English by tr -
An Installation dinner-dance will knowing how to spell Bell of Miami, best adult. English r"

be the held Homnni on May I Club at 7:30:Building p\ ,mat Judging were "Iins Etirit Mrs. Springer R W. Batchelder Spaniel I w :sty Lucle Mrs, I F 2. 3 1 I
Roberts and Mr Bhzcl and anmmci a
Mrs fngcbrctscn' i is chairman of Boulevard, Stuart 9995 /
the dinner. I itmg was Mrs. Heuning. Hound Group: Best puppy At I u CONSOLE :
; \
It was announced that the demonstrjtion 'ontcstumts after eliminations ghan, owned by Patricia Simmons ;'i
luncheon 'served by held earlier in English clisses of Port I IlluII'rdall'; best adult I .(
Florida Power & tight Compuny were: Sophomores Elise' Djssirl Borzoi owned by Mrs. V. Clcgg : I: null::::: SMiikrrI |!:: ; '
Home Service Rcprescnuti\e Mist Carolyn Cirey Sandra Maxcy, 11- of West l.ilm Beach. I Itonl Controlsll r'a..
Betty !Stewart, will he held on Icen Jarritt and Arthur Speedy( : Working Group I : Best t puppy \ \\....d) Cuhinet \, I
MJV M I Juniors Mar)' Ann \\hen. Shirley Cireiil Dine I owned by Marjorie i 21" l):nll.lit( nine 'I'lib*
Plans and events for the com Irons Phllis Smith Beverly Snipes( Palmer Venice. best adult\ Di>hcrman -'' -- '
mg discussed, and I Lynn \\ilhaim: and Seniors. Pmscher owned by IXirrcllW ---
year were with i I --
.
Mrs Guy Cromwell newly l elected Cynthia Simeck, Nancy' McCormick Adam of Melbourne -- ,-- ,
president in chirgc Rccommcn- Glee Foster Carroll. Vaughan Terrier Group: Best puppy BedIm BIG 16" 18995 ....
lotions of the and David Lcighow.As lon owned by Mrs Shelby 5
project and budget Model' No, M7J8XI )(
committees were read and accept first place winner. Nancy Smith, Tort Uudcrdale: best ndultcsthijfhjind ,
cd! by the club McCormick was presented a gold I \\' : White, owned by
Mrs I lurry Ankrom has been medil by Mr Romunello Arthur Beverly J. Sumlm S+rrasota. BUY!
appointed" chairman of the educa Speedy was second place winner. Toy Croup; Best puppy, Italian NEW I6tt CHIT I 10 LOOK ATDM All Mod (uliintlr)
and was awarded a silver mcd:il. .
tin committee Mrs. Ankrom re- I finhoun I owned hv Robert Ushermm -
ported on the committees and Carroll Vaughan received U ; Mnnii: best intuit, Toy SCREEN I light Sprakinllliuh, '
for awarding the $200: {) scholarship plans I bron Pierce.
to "
a deserving high school girl
The Scholarship Tea given by the \\ urea is "said to be Non.Sporting; : Best puppy Miniature I lAVE: A TKUHPORTABLK ? aa4iji a j miitlr ihniiuer
thin thit of the British
club in the I greater Poodle owned by ElaineUshermim.
this Year. ra'iI III he Unlimited: Isles. Including nil ot FnghndViiles : Miimi: best adult: I r 1 s 1. !III Matt of music puree

Mrs, Kermit Tucker chairmanof I \ and North Ireland as. well. Miniature Poodle owned by Larry I Q ".r-...'. I : Ivu'btsed tpeukrrr
and Alice UiRoihe Landerdilc I '
the senior installation luncheonreported Fort ) .
ALWAYS : \\.i.: .. l' Si/c 'huIIIIIl"
en the plans for prepiir meat fo:
.
ing and "serving the meal on April WIT1I JllIIB I Best puppy in match. English Model 1\I/10'\I.: 1\1: Simo
2:!. are i Pointer owned! by Dawn Bell; best : WeightQualit;I flliler
\ j l
Junior Day for District 10 will i adult in mulch: Miniature Poodle' \1,501. i
be held in Stuart on May 21 Mrs owned! h\ Alien and I Larry I.a roe hot 16IUBC,11I1 IK.III ) 1Il'h..ltt'' Record Sum
Earl D. Ricou is chairman of the Fort :I Lauderdale I'> 11 IK.III; Rl L'I'I'H..l'Rb.IURE -
Highest obedience dog in : '
event. Club members agreed to prepare scoring 95
a luncheon for the visiting! \ match: Mimiture Poodle ownedby \ll I RON f I IOMROIS 123 't'he New ONLY $4,00 P111
Mine Brown of Miami with '
Junior with Mrs. Jack Hampton j' ( "HK
as chairman. a score ot I97'i out of, a possible IRON !" !SPIXrR GRANVILLE Rt 4111
Mrs. Cromwell announced that 200() in the Novice A ( hl'l. i,
the di'lricllorkhop will he heldin A. t4wI wtr \ f Terrence Bon ird. sales manager
I take Worth on May 28 + of the Port St Lucie Country Club, I
Guests greeted Mrs, James was again very pleased with the
were :
Ovcrton and Mrs Allen I Sanders I ONt TO OU! !RED CROSS _.1 show asked and that 1 the the attendance next! show and he held has I No More Dishpan Hands Washer Closeout-63 Mod

there Plans are for another show I
r- to be held in the fall and work for

' ',,', _....:..;. d !" I this has already begun I GET A NE\V
Officials of this show were more -
: ; # -j GENERAL .$ ELECTRIC
, :
,:.. : : than pleased with mini
I a
,,
" .. ,'W'.1. ', her of entries oeal"e over the i GENERAL0ELECTRICDISHWASHER ..
'- stale but a little surprised nt the
,! :1! ,. J .:' small entry of local clogs Thereare Hij< 12- !), CUlacltyAutomatic (

. .. many Cine dogs in this urea /
< .
and anyone interested +in forma WASHER
> lion regarding the club and other
shows held around :the state may 1: Power Shower u \\liti
contact A !\t. Riley in Stuart.

.. .. ,- ,, a lint".Shimer FILTERFLOOUR 1
itI TWO SIRPIUS RUCKS%
: |I IlOtCIII BY COUNTY liishuway Drain ,

Two used trucks have been purchased ,u ; J.. icmisr PRICE: FYIR
a by County Commissioner
Jack Saundcrvon and Civil DCI AS IOW 150.. f?,,, 95
.., .
N : r'y I tense Director AI Keaton at the AS ,
I I Sturke surplus depot for $:!7,. u r + .
the Martin County Commissionwas y 1U7

told last week. One of the ,

idJ trucks will be used at the Mouse 95 I r Nun- 'li>KRl"t Lint. ."I1" Also \cls n
of Refuge and the other by the
r Animal Rescue leagueSmolcey .. 12 9 / 7 t.. Drlirgfnt UMpeoser" |
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for Smull or \large Ixmdn 'Temp.C .


NO KYI' \\5II4V 3 nnlrol lone Activator Hashing
HA I'LUMIUNG NEEDED:




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A color guard from Hohe Sound Boy Scout Troop I7I did the I I "Goodyear 111',Gmollne IIpH'lal"Enaillt tv .aen a..4u.n. ,.
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open Saturday a lot of Keonomy Model. ,rue..Trl.onto. ,

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ANNUAL T\VTHP 1MNCF A normal ocean ,t'urrcnrat
HIE SFUAR1F1a< .) NEWS (000) on 12.000 lineal feet of asI ATOIJT1I CENTER ON one-half mile to inc

#n_ 1hnrw iy' April!. 9, 1463 (I I scsHahlc frontage at !S2 a foot put I Judge A. 0. Kanner Honored Saturday ati tRIIMY, APRIL 10

the money tote a revolving fund' The Juhior High annual Twirp hourPAINTING
MORfc ABOUT to maintain' other existing streets. : Dance and party (Turn About

t. Arrange a fifteen-year term (Duvt). will he held at the Stiwrt
Use of Franchise I on the revenue certificates and :i Country Club for a Lifetime of Service Youth ,Center Friday, April 10
10 Those INTERIORS
pay them off III t a rate not to exceed i't.im 7 10 to 10: p.m. A
: the franchise tax I ttendma are asked to wear school EXTERIORS
Taxes for Paving While admitting that he was In ,s ( here i is no admission faa.

ilklrtf" in "round\ figures" the Distinguished Ihr porn is sponsored bv ihe Call. .

Being Considered city i manager assured the commiio" \. ir hman ilassHGHIINCII, Jupiter IslandPAINTERS
\ trtfit We prim would work and i SNAPPER
thnl he could quickly: iron out the Jurist Back IIKOK.Iir HIM $100 &
K onlinued from Page I I-AI I Ic I details.

'''imni over the no\t t few ((1111' I He further assured commission. I At His Home ii Kenneth toying ti P I'o"ellIOlel Behr a!winter, walled visit-,- DECORATORS
ers that the plan would work without tlulf
deed I wi lo the Pier!) Sunday
h yearsI
Florida Power and I Light any necessity of Increasingthe it wow too windy to fish in the n.\'HE R. Mintr, OIl
se millagc in the foreseeable future II Martin County liar Association "4 mrAlx
( "up.im \ franchise 1 la\ of $22,- was host at a testimonial dinner \ ,u"rt and caught/ A Kin-ounce which snap- I HOIIF SOUND, II \
i"I' i to SJ4IHIO) a year presently given Saturday night at Port Si I pet eight inches long net-
After enthusiastic discussion, led him $100 as a lugged fish in Dial 5464841SEYMOUR'S
"ipletily unencumbered as se- .ucle Country Club honoring
(ifor $ IKOMH( ) ) revenue the commission agreed that no his a statewide fishing_tourney'
II a time should be wasted in Inking official Judge!! A O Kanner on re -
rnficalc issue, to be validated as action to the tircmciU!\ as Judge. of the Second wwrW"a"!: :_ at"-u "' .

q,, Itlv us possible through the machinery: < for public get hearing necessary) and District (ourt of Appeal: I aktland

urea lefal channelsAlter validation proceedings under way, Some I 11 10() members Ihe hnr ot INNThe
; deducting the $120 instructing Crowdur to put Ihe Division ( of Ihe Ninth Judicial
i I 'irnm the 1 1 1 NO< ./000/ use $W.l .- item on the agenda for the regular C ircuil, including Martin, St I.ucie
11> oI l (he remainder to seal 'inj commission Hall Indian River and (Okecchobcc
meeting lIt City Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinl.'
IMP shut, eight miles of existtieiis on Monday, April I II at K .,.m. counties, with Ihtijwive and\
r, I ittcnty feel wide,, nt art Action on the proposed sign guests, paid trihiilc to the veteran *
I 1>.,teal 1.0of' $(IXI( ( a Miles ordinance forwarded recently id jurist and his attractive wife Mary
i \ the property owners of the commission by the Planning who hive returned lo their home SEA FOOD I A SPECIALTY

i "iu'".i twenty streets pay $//\4\ ,- Advisory Board, was postponeduntil at St I line I:stales in !Smart *

.......... o.Rn .. .......,.'. the commission and board: Justice Elwyn Thomas of the 3 I'lKt-, ORClllSIRV: SYTURIUY MGIIIS
had had time for a joint) conference florida Supreme Court. who wa
( \ OF TIUNkS principal speaker, referred to his 1t 2 BlOCkS NORIII JINSFN BKACH CAUSEWAY

dare than you may know, the -- long I Iricndship with Judge Kern '. I ,
"icmbrances and good wishes of MRS. VMII OUC.IinV AM ncr, dating buck lo when they were
//I t",mis and relatives helped lightenh MRS. IIUSSFY: ATlUSIJ: classmates m luw school nt Stetson
heavy hours during my recent REPUBLICAN MH: University and lauded Judge

"" and speeded my recovery. Mrs. Hugh Willoughhy and Kiinncr for his distinguished career
i 1)1 most grateful Mrs. J. W Husscy of the Martin of public service. 4I
County Republican Women' Club Robert F4 Mchobcrts. head ol 1 ANTATION ,,tu'FDF.NLAVV'N
Barbara M. Person are attending the spring' conference Martin County Bar Association. OPe" ',
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.t"\1IJ." _tI iii of the National federation acted us master of ceremonies, ooA N Noe +uu gk a
of Cicorge K. Heath, Vcro Beach, R 1lining M1ase Psw
Republican Women In Washmgton EIIL Out '
,
1 UL alp ,
D C April 8-11 I I. Forty extended greetings for Indian River ; p.lna Aenr ,Iro ro 1Z P.m'I I ,
CARD OF THANKS' women from Florida, are attend County Ban; Rupert Smith for SiI R ease Pin'' Munana r,
ing. I ucie County liar; and T T sTt are '%iaj
With deepest gratitude we extend ) e\lendinggreeling. for pan nesvws
this word of thanks for the Although it i in an inland city Outthfcrson Martin County liar presented JUDGE AND MRS A. O. K.\ NtR: pause for a chat with Supreme Court Justice Elwyn Thomas.

many kind acts of sympathy expressed I Chicago handles more water-horn Judge Kanner with a plaque upon( who was a classmate of the veteran retiring jurist at Stetson law school and who was principal

h y thoughtful friendsThese traffic than the Panama Canal in ,I which was engraved: "To honor speaker at the dinner honoring Judge Kanner at Port St lucie ( ounlrs Club Saturday night

kindnesses have meant much one year you for your long and faithful his field Smith of the Florida Bar, 01 Appeal have received national
to us I service to Martin County and to the Just prior to leaving in j w
The Albuquerque N M?. led the U. Stale of Florida as stile attorneyfor land, Judge K. nner was lUke'1 a talk about Judge Kanner, referred! recognition; It is Judge Kanner'
Family of Arthur C. Rowcll S. in territory annexation in the Ihe Twenty-First' Judicial Cir with a slug' dinner given \ lo him as "a lawyer's judge" I plan, und his prerogative under the .

r __ w;. -i>.v'Yr TI.'" year 19V. I cuit. Male representative! from Mar. Lakeland Bar Association, attendedby Judge'' Kiinncr has resided. in I judicial retirement system to con 3.ti
time his judicial work through assignments -
members of the liar of PolkPmclhs :
tin County, slue' senator from the Stuart since before Martin County: various ,
the appellate
HilKboro, Orange and by
thirty-third district, fudge of the was formed. He was the first slate
,
Ninth Judicial! C'ircuil, and Judgeof Highlands Counties and by many I attorney of the twenty-first Judicial courts of ihe state

FRANCES< IANGFCPD'5Luncheon (; ) Court of Appeals for the Second outstanding jurists from various Circuit, representative of Martin
I MORE ABOUfIIrons
Justice
District, we rre'ICnllhi plaque parts of the stale, Including County in the Florida Legislature SOON
to you as a token of our respect Stephen OConnel! of the Florida i for five consecutive terms, stale WAtT DISNEY
and esteem" Supreme Court: and Judges: John senator Of the 3trd district i then i Big GoalModernizing
Wallace "A TIGER WALKS"Thursday
Wiggtngton Siurgis.Charles
4GfR all Martin St Lucie Indian
Among those present were A Carroll of the other comprising I
.OVfRI the circuit judge of Division C I r River Okecchobce. and Osce- : of
district who, with
two courts along
RESTAURANT of the Ninth Judicial Circuit: JudgeD Chief Judge Smith of the second ola counties for two terms; was Friday, Saturday

C Smith of Vero Beach, Judge district, made short talks, as did 'Appointed circuit judge of the Ninth Who Would Trade Their FANCY LADY For A Catalog Bride
Wallace Sample of Ft Pierce, Judge : I Judicial Circuit in 1941 and in I Banking LawsContinued
; Dean Harold 1 I.. Scbnng of Stetson I I ( Funniest.
Specials $1.50 C. Pfeiffer Trowhridae.. Stuart I; all banner's alma 1957, /after more than IA years on I Mot 11DW11VM41Ifl
Judge
the Orlando Circuit Judges Judge University ,i, the circuit bench was named as '
mater. Judge Kanner was presented ( from Page I I.A) Ilillbillg ,
the first chief of the
Frank A. Smith, Judge W. A,1'nttishall judge nesslyI
thru 12
Monday Pridny 'III 2 pm. with a scroll inscribed with
Judge Murray Overslrecl, the I akcland Bar Association's expression created Second. District (. ecutive vice president of the First

Judge Parker McDonald, Judge of appreciation in the Appeal National Bank of Stuart, praised MAIL ,elrr! (r ,
DINARS, 7 Day a Week: 5 TO J 10 P.M. Roger Barker, and Judge Vassar U. form of a resolution, with copy He became the first chairman Dunlap' for his accomplishments I I : s
Carlton of 'lilusvillc; all of Judge to the dilriccourt\ for 'Us permanent of the state conference of district and "dedicate my entire energy
Kanner former colleagues on the minutes Judge Wiggington of I court; judges and served in that and ability to serving both the association
for Reservations! Phone 2 7.4040/ Second District Court of Appeal', Tallahassee, who delivered ihe main capacity until last year For twenty- and the public interest
: Chief Judge Sherman N Smith address, ha id"'of"Jildgc" Kanner, three years, ho served on the circuit I by working for a sound honking
Judge George T Shannon, Judge 'H possesses that rare ability and appellate benches without system and a strong financial
William P. Allen; and former Chief ever having elective opposition He structure
Where differences
The Stars Meet to compose men
I Justice of the Honda Supreme among was a memher of the Supreme AYISIOM'
and to preserve harmony under "In this world of 1964; he E A NErII ON
.,' (:ourt, Judge Alto Adams of Ft. sirens The many fine opinions Court appellate rules committee and said "we face many problems too "Mataocouo.Sunday .
Pierce. authored Judge Kanner various committees of the Florida I I numerous and lime
__._ by are uniformly r consuming to
characterized] by excellence bur, was an instructor at a seminar. mention Only the strong can guar. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
in composition, clarity of thought I, I for circuit judges given at the Unfversily I antee freedom for themselves' and
Charming Homes Location. and soundness of judgment As is of Florida and also delivered for others who believe in (reed"ol'r \ And Someone Said Baseball Was The National Pastime
-Superb so typical of the man himself, his ; lectures at another seminar there r cause! We must control Ihe con.

writings!! are invariably flavored with and at Stetson I monistic termites who would do- ROCK
that touch of compulsion/ and humility Many of the opinions which he troy the very foundation of our I i
which is the hallmark of wrote while on the District. Court free enterprise. system We must ,
Bahama TerraceVISIT greatness" president-elect Chester- teach Americanism and patriotism ftudsontPaula
lo our young citizens so that they
AUDUBON MFFTINGSH may cherish and protect our heritage
St. Joseph Guild : NEXT TUESDAY: i I .

THESE HOMES TODAY Met On Monday The Martin County Audubon I profession"We have to a responsibility the to our '
Society will hold a membership bring to peopleof

I Sl Joseph Guild met on Mon meeting Tuesday/ April 14 at 7:10) r Florida and those to come the
at the Martin County library services rendered by our dual Prentfssi 1/
day evening, April 6, with Sirs Edward pm. hanking system This can only be '
Kin by
The following committee chair Mrs. I I. T Talor, program field. of publicity and education ft DKivriisii srltssr
I II man were appointed, : hake sale, chairman, will introduce the guest 1 on all levels I intend to suggesta t
speaker, Warren Kendall, Jensen
Miss Helen Rcilley; library Miss new approach in order lo get the
I Beach. His will be Mounting
May Holmes; publicity Mrs. Phil topic slate-wide advertising program under
ip Sehralwieser; "Sunshine" Mrs Birds"IIFNRV way which was started under JORAN ENJOYABLE: ...

,, Eugene Benlalucci; spiritual de President Dunlap'j administration." tA$1't 1C Y@ In
1st a r velopment. Mrs George Rticlius; n. klNDRFD IS the high honor and opportunity w.. kA FAR
'yP 1w altar, Mrs. Connie Bru/doski and REPORTED.: : I IMPROVING: for service in his field extended t SEE MORE IN '64
x Mrs. M Cosscrly; civic development to the Stuart hanker marked
rW Ci. Kindred, local
. L Mrs, W Stanley; refresh Henry and member of Martin merchant some twenty-nine years of experience Friday, Saturday/ Sunday
e. tents Mrs H. Spiller: social activities :- ( in the banking field ,
Mrs. Olin booth, and County School Board, was reported Early in his acceptance talk, he )Yarn's tb. word.;.?\. ,
Wednesday to he improving
morning
'Catholic charities Mrs. M. Cas> introduced his mother. Mrs. David
his home after
at having
'serly been taken ill last weekUD.C. B. Irons Sr., wife Marjorie and :
a I Mrs. Booth i is Chairman of I I their four daughters, Shirley, Patty
card party lo be held at the First 1 Jane and Debbie ,
MFEflNGThe
.a r. National Bank community room Irons forty-nine was born in ,' !
during April United Daughters of the Nashville Tenn. in 1915.' He attended 9 9

A bake sale will be held on Sunday Confederacy will meet Monday Vanderbilt University andis 1 IJWELCOME'Ti.fESINI.BINYA 1 IS4
UTIlE YORKTOVN"Two I April 19, following all Masses. i April 13 at th home of Mrs. E J. a graduate of the American Institute ;
r Smith, Aliimanda Avenue of Banking He started as .
Bedrooms a runner at the Third National I
Bank of Nashville in 1935 and had

Two Baths $16,900. advanced through the various operations 1
of that bank before being .
GarageOTHER appointed a bank examiner in 1945 ''
by the Board of Governors of the J... 1eto 1'
Federal Reserve System in Washington % 5fA'5rMob \
t MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM He examined Federal Reserve I r0 Lt11" / WIth tht'' Pd

i Banks throughout! the United := b .Alld He' '1 i APawl aYS"LemmpIb i

Follow U.S. 1 /2 mile north of the St. Lucie River Slates until 1947, at which time 1t. ,
he came to Stuart as vice presidentof ,
(Roosevelt) Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner the former Citizens Bank of

Follow North Shore Drive Va mile to Bahama Terrace Stuart, now the First National. @
Bank, Stuart He was elected executive ,,
vice president in J 1959. @ f)0'CardiJril
He was a member of the executive -
: :
council of the Florida Bankers
Abeap' wsAaA. Association in 1952. and is @ -
vi ..
a past chairman of the credit division y t>

and of several committeesin Dea \ -
GOURMET the Florida Bankers Associa- \9)).

Robert H. Lear EdiCAdams.'. 1 t ,

.. BUFFET tion.Locally, he I is a past presidentof J ... IN
IIIIAt ..t..fG'SLP rrgr the board of trustees Fin I I Coca .

) DEVELOPER and BUILDER SUNDAYS '1'0. l.1pt Methodist Church; past presidentof y
Stuart Kiwanis Club, and the PauflHndeRDbeItBJIJ)1"9: AllD1IIYUII'YUtlCIRlSJ

t past lieutenant governor. Thirteenth tt..wM1M1111IMhggI1gant.sw.na( ; : .,..,,, tAWIIOOROIIAI
1t. ON PREMISES r.e-tlsay ash peptise District. Kiwanis Elected thf tf.vW"., LawsRYOygI.nsa.ay01ED.
.... ........ Iledsa. It "Stuart Jaycees Outstanding Young CRRIlspg
KOnrl 14064 AHiM.'MOl Man" in 19<0, he has headed various CO-IIff _
P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7-0635 fund drives In Martin Coun- '
rv, American RedCross 11"" IILIt .I
tJIU..tI 1 ir and: fare of Dimes drives, M-Q.M_ _
v and was chairman of both organization /
n (. Substantial Down Payment for several He is a JFIQ/JAllEF./A&UwsaURY/

past officer in the Masonic Lodge ,,'WI InTHE ,
r Aa +" Required ili Y/NmJ Irons and his wife, the former
l lY DFTHEt.A
,R. t Marjon Whitsitt, also of Nash"nlle
reside on St uci. Poute
Ob 9. J. t. MM. Jars u 4 ,... JVrt yard with their far daughters.
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Set by Junior Women on May I Dog Show Draws I ANNUAL CLEAN-UP


I In'i alion. of MW member to Hostntev for the evening wtrMrs Over 325 Entries :
the I'"mor \\onuns Club of Suii ten Fulton Jr. and Mrs Wallace L
.11!"1 ,i- held on Monday evening : Hwteller I SPRING
V I" n the four nwmhers Initia. Die All Breed Pot Show and SALENO
wit> i ',re Mrs John Ball Mrs Jack Nancy' McCormick obedience trial held by the !Stuart'
H.II"I.ton. Kin Richard ", Pan .
Murphsn Pierce kennel dub" hurt Sunday I
. I Mrs Ronnie Prekup The out 1 Is Spelling nee it the Port !Si I lICit CtHinn\ ). '
e., it. president Mrs Frank ZornInctcd Winner for 1964The Club. was again a i treat 1It1<<6'.
I the miliationIr There were more' than :12< ik,<
, \I Tolctngcbrelscn' chair. I annual spelling bee of Mar- entered! in the irlous clll sif1ca MONEY DOWN NO PAYMENTS TIL JUNE
n' "t t the Hospital Pcdriatic Unit tin Count) High School\ was held lions. md the attendance mat i over
'.,irtcd thai items 110O.
recently tHc
, pur Friday it a special assembly in
,\ClI! for the hospml bthe I I i g\m) Prcsulent A. M Riley of Stuart -
I
,,I h I r* .ire, a rocking chair high. ', Mr. Romincllo. as master of reports the results of the show atfolto GENERAL J ELECTRIC J
ur t two IV
.. crin-humpcrs seven ceremonies and coordinator. introduced s:: ;
1 F *na toy chest scales, and a II each contestant and gave Sporting Group Best 1 I'l.Irrv.1 peJSJnOf ,
hl.1(1d pressure cuff. I a brief talk on the importance of Fnflmh i Pointer owned by Dawn : I"
*n installation dinner-dance will knowing how to spell! Bel of Miami: best adult English 23"CONSOLE
hI held on May I at 7:10 r.m. Springer Spaniel owned by Mrt.
Judging !'luu Eunt Mrs
.'u i the Woman a Cluh BuilJing. II were R. W. Bilchclder of St. Lucie
Roberts, and Mr. Bticl and annunciating "
9995
Mrs Fngchrctscn!, is chairman of Mrs Boulevard Stuart. '
''hi dinner. was Heumng Hound (,coup\ : Best t ptippy Afghm ,
It lung announced that the I Contestants. after elimination owned by Patricia Simmons'' ,"J
,nitration luncheon served I held earlier in Lnglish! classes. of Port I lamlerehle. best adult. I ., I '
nun Spnikf,
I irida Power A; light ('<' dem'l: were: Sophomores llisc Dissirl Borzoi owned (b)' Mrs. V. (')egg I' r
I I.nl Controls
( (ire '. Sandra II \
Hume Service Representative Caroln ) Marcy of \\est Palm' Bench.Worl.in .
leen Jarrill and Arthur Speedy: III 11MN1'atiowt' I.
RI'ICle"\ ; nrl. will he held Group Best puppy) ,
M.s I H. Juniors Mary Ann \\hen !Shirley, Greet 1)me. owned by> M..rJl'rlCI J.<" l 1)11\i ll.hl| nine lime
Plan' md events' for the com 1 Irons. Phv)IIi, Smith Bcverh' Snipes, Piliner ot \tnice' best adult Don*I
lig) year were discussed' with i t md I Ivnnilluims: and' Seniors. I erman Tinseher: owned b> [DirfclljV --..
Mr; Goy: Cromwell, ncwlv elected I I Cynthia Simeck. Nancy NKCor" \ Ad.ims of Melbourne BIG 16"BUY' -- -
pr Mdent. in chirgc Recommen. mick. Ghee I I'o'ler. Carroll l Vaughan Terrier Group: Best puppy. Bed- i 18 995 ...
d it.ons of the project and budget and Divid, lciihou Imgton owned b> Mrs Shelby ModabN0M75eX
'," imiticcs were read and accept 'I As first place winner. Nancy Smith Tort Uuidcrd, best adult. |
l'd I hIhe iluh McCormick was presented a gold \\csthighjandhile. owned by ,
Mrs I lurrv AnVrom has heinippomtcd medal hy Mr Komanello. Arthur Beverly J. Sundin. S.iriMita" I I '
. chairman of the cilun j: S"'Ctlya'" second place \\inn..T. Toy Group: Best puppy, Italian I l.c( )\'Iq.y 10 I 00k. AT All WIMHl ('ullilUlllHght "
ton' commiltic Mrs Ankrom reported I and was awarded a silver nieililmd Rre\htHihd. owned ,bv Robert Ush SCREEN'
on the committi.es' plans Carroll Vaughan!, received' a ermin;' Miimi: best adult Toy DM UaI1'I'hl.J( TO IIHAU: Speakers
for awarding the $2K( ) scholarship bronze medal for third pi ice. Poodle. Marjorie Patrick. Fort | I, i NOW YOU CAN II.huh custom andmiillc *.
to j deserving high school grl i --- Pierce. I
I the Scholarship Tea given bv the \\>'omng" area i is said to be Non.Sporting" : Best puppy. Min IIAVI? A TIUIK ihnnipr
club in the past will he eliminated I greater, thin;: that: of the BritishIdes : nitre Poodle owned by Flame i \ r !II 0 walls lit nnisli po''crI
'this. >cir inducing ill of Fngkmd.Wales Usherman Mnmi. best adult, I PORT ABU? L,} 4 \
MrKermil Tucker chairman j I and North Irclmd as well Miniature Poodle owned by tarry : : ndmrit I sHnkrrhunihrr |
and Alice liRoche of fort l..auJer.1
of the senior installation luncheon ('
MATS Size i
reported on the plans for prepnr dale I 7\
lug and serving the meal on April wrtNfg Best ,puppy in match English ,.VM/IM.: IM Slim
-- art Pointer owned b> Dawn Bell: best I M 502 Weight Tuner..
Junior Day for District 10 will adult m match: Miniiture Poodle / ,
he held In Swart on May "M' Mrs owned bv Alice md, I tlrrI.' I aroch 22 ins, I iit.iir \ Quality litlnsUf.. Record' Sim
ol l-ori I audcrdale.Highest I 16" imiK.IU; nil II'ICILKI ---
Earl D. Ricou i is chairman of the
event. Club members scoring: oKdicncc dog in : HIUMl 95
agreed to
pre
rare: i luncheon for the visiting match: Miniature Pixxllc owned | I RON I r 123 !'he Nt'ai ijr ONLY $400 PUB
)juniors. with Mrs Jack Ihmptonas (by Marie Brown of Miami witha : <'O1 1 IROIS ( ;HANVII.LE 9 IIFIh
chi rman. score ol l<>7'j out of a possible I IWO I ROM MMKIR K( 4111
Mrs Cromwell announced that ( ) in the Novice A ('I"". i
the dilrictorkhof' will he heldin Terrence Bonird, tiles managerof --
I lake Worth on Mav 2ft the Port SI I ucie Country Club. I

-Ovcrlon Guests: and greeted Mrs were Allen I Mrs Sanders James. --I Wn TO YOUR I RED CROSS show asked was again and:that, the the very attendance next pleased show' with and be held has the I No More Dishpan Hands Washer Closeout-63 Mod.

-.-.-" S'there Plans are for another showto I
7-r----;; be held In the fall and work for '

.','.' (hit has already begun r.-F---s Gl'T? A NE\V
", Officials of this ,h"were more I I GENERAL (; ELECTRIC
,It..! I than pleased with I the great mim I II
1 her of entries from,: all over the GEMERAL0ELECTRICDISIIWASIIUH

,O) '. I line, but: a little surprised nt the I Big 12.lhClll'cityAutomatic
. ;, : tats'\ : I small entry pf local dogs Thereare / \
I m. ny fine dogs in this ana I
I und anyone interested 'in mforma WASHER
lion regarding the club and other ,,2'i
shows held around I the st'ite m.iv 1 Power Shower /I hit
sooner I A M. Riley I m Stuart I
. "- -- ,,,,r .. 1 tovaershowerIhishanay:! FILTERFLOy

it, -McW I I 11"0 SIRPIIJS' BY )COUNTY TRUCKS I l Drain'

: J nUN Ion Fsr PRICE: IVIR:
Two used trucks have been purchased I
by County Commissioner! As I lOW '
: It '
1 Jack S.iundervon and Civil IX: ,\'i )5011'1'fhl.5' :' :
1I I fence Director AI Keaton at the 18995
Starke iiirplus depot for $275:! ,
the Mirlin County Commission ,,
Jf was told last week. One of the
truck will be used at the Howe 95 r g Nun.t t' iigpbl t-llil I''t Illrr' Also ,\rlsDtttrijiul ae
of Refuge and the other hy the 129 1114, lUKiiitrr
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Animal Rescue league / !
sP104 Hater Saver Imlrnl Load Hiliitiir! .
I IS for 14"11101' (Hrgt 'l.omN" Irmp.
Smokoy 1 (nnlnil' '

: i NO HVPItA PLl'Tl\IIHNO NEEDED? A$04 3 Tina Atllt"tntV" hl,,.

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A color guard from Kobe Sound Boy Scout Troop i tIt l did the Smokey* "Good,..,IIIp..I.I") 1 non. ('
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TIlE STUART mi.) NEWS CASFS rnio IN .
Thundav, April 9, 1964 CIRCUIT ('OURIChanter 'Lost Scouts Found b hr's ti ,"' a

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Skull Cracked Rctha Cravcy vs, Kaiser Cravey, II
divorce, T. ('. Houk.
Over Cigarettes SearchThree
Barney H. Kaulcrson vs Bertha After Big

I.. B. Townscnd of Booker Park, Louise! Raulerson, divorce, I ,rf'1 ,
Oughtcrion und Oughterson 1 .11
'
I Indiantown, received a fractured Boy Scouts from Port counties. ( ml Defense volume.. ,
Boston Federal and Loan
Savings
involving two laudcrdale found the Civil Air Patrol"
skull during a fight '. were unharmed and
Association! vs Williiim C Weal
other men Monday at a rooming Jr and Rita A Weal, his wife, Sunday after they were lost six I I rt ,
and onc-half hours in Jonathan '
house in Booker Park where Townsend mortgage foreclosure, Courshon )! ,
Dickinson State Park.
lived 'and Cuur hon. Miller Asked to .
Charged wish assault with a Thomas Varnadorc VIxe L. They were identified as Rey .' 7v '
deadly weapon is Charlei Jenkins),, Varnadore, divorce, r. C'. Houk Scolt Jr, eleven, his brother Maik I E t'r
Thc two men, and a third man, Federal National Mortgage Atsociation nine, und Ken Wendell, twelve, Pay Court CostsIn d + Me
(.fa)ron Perry, were reportedly vs, Arthur Herbert Kay I Ihc "boys were hiking with Scout A
fighting over a package of cigarettes niond, ct al, mortgage Troop I 107 when they became sep Bridge Suit
Oughterson and foreeloure'l aratcd annul 10 H.in., in a dense 7 x ,
In Re: Liquidation ol: I wild and swampy wren s .
Logging; operations and construction Bank Y8. Stuart, I lu., quiet They were found after an intensive 'ounty Commissioner Edward r'
of a sawmill in Pakistan to land; Oughterson and Oughtcr- I search by sheriffs deputies Miller inquired of County Attorney a I
will he paid for with a U S. loan son from Palm' Bciuch and Martin Dean Tooker at Friday' coun > 1
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ty board meeting whether Tooker

CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. hud a report ready on way and r r 6' Is' A ..b t I 9
nicanit, or some kind of suit, i tl'

"EVIRY1HING FOR POUR BOUING' PLEASURE" collect a claim of several thousand a..Y,,, ,, '
dollars from George Travcrs ",:""", :-'
"
I BARGAINS IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I IElf' con former, for local bridge attorney construction now In Thc Co \. ', y 'f" .>'f'1') 'o' '..
\
county legal hill has to refused Travers,to pay a $500( ... : :, : 'u. ? i\;: ; ,I." / )" .

AiithnrledCHRISCRAFT Tooker said he was making ev RHILARSING for their forthcoming play Mistress of Mcllyn.:' will be presented April 9-11 I I at the old First t Methodist Chui!
,
: f: .' cry effort to clear up all detail are these members of the Riptide Player, left to right: Linda Lister, Albany Avc.
) surrounding legal points and would
I
t continue to do so until he was sal. Mrs Ellen Chase! Mrs Ann Arbogast and! Kyle Taylor The pity
'SEA SKIFF'DEALER
uTIIUNDKRBIHI, i isficd he had a full report ready
'" Four of "Mistress of 1
Mellyn'Riptide
Showings
JO1LNSON MOTORS ) GOATSlIFYJ'BQ4T Tooker then asked Miller if he .
were going to pay the county costs

> THAIIEM -'W"' '- '" ACCESSORIES I Trowhridgc assessed in the Besscy by Circuit Creek Judge Bridge C.suit P. i Players Production April 8-11

> j "You lost your case, so are you

11III: All SERVICE costs going or to JYIt I the have court-assessed to file sun I\ The Riptide Players ot Martin from Victoria Holt's novel by Mil Opening night wilt be for the women interested in marrying/ the

GRUMMAN MARINA IAMERICA'S I against you?," Tooker asked | County are presenting Wednesday dred C. K uner. 1 It is produced by benefit of Martin County Mental i Master of Mcllyn
Miller quickly replied "If I owe through Saturday nights April 8, I special arrangement with the Dramatic I Health Association! They will re'l Kyle Tailor Gail Woods I "r'
anyone money I pay the bill. But 9, 10 and I 11 I. Mistress" of Mcllyn:' Publishing Company of ceive the entire box office for the.! mine Kirt and Millie, Maloiw
fiNEST LINE( I don know how much of a hill I a mystery in three acts adapted Chicago. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. complete the cast. The director "
440 ROUTE 707 RIO-JLNSLN: BEACH it in. You haven't told me I I'm night. Oral Valeric
going to -spend $3 ,000) for two I The period of the play i is 1880/ Riptide Players' ncvt proui.
bridges. so a few hundred dollars Eagles Beat Tigers 5.2 und the location a great manor I lion will he See How They Run
more won't make much difference:' I house in Cornwall, England Any charitable organ ation i III t
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I Frank DeSlcfano plays Connun County wishing to ux
In Unearned Run Battle Tre Mellyn' Master 1 of Mellyn, who opening night for its benefit sho ililcontict
fl, I has lost his wife, Linda Lister, the Johnnie Shaw, c/o RipiuK

Martin County led twice at Fort i: to him in the sixth He struck out juvenile lead portrays Alvean, his Players P. O Box 305, Sluan
.i M .. r, ':J Pierce Friday night, but Dan Me seven and walked three fourteen-year-old ustcr-m-law: and.! The Little Theater i is kx.ua!
Curly FH:I s rallied for four runs Not one of the seven runs in I Ann Arbogast, (Martha Leigh). Ellen in the old Methodist t Church Mudding
/ in the sixth to del eat the visitors, I the game was earned I Chase (Celistme) and Margaret, 1 i i i at Second Street and South
GOOD/YEAR ", S-2. Gary Simmons got Martin County Vaugh (Lady Tre\lyn) are. three Alba Avenue
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1oM -
'v : The Tigers took the lead in the 's only other hit
>; j first when Ken Fooleho had Martin 101 (000 (0-2 2 4

r,' r reached first on an error, came McCarty 100 (004 x-S 6 3 WHITICAR
home on Dun Kilbourncs single. Dick Bowman and Ken Footc:
i ,,I After the Eagles hud knotted the Wayne Fuzzard and Jim Atkinson!
: score at the bottom of the first BOAT WORKS

DURINGTUFSYN Foote scored again in the third on West Lake Oft Indian Avenue, Port 5ettaBMARLVE
FREE MOUNTING an ball error and, another a stolen error base, a passed Golf Club Needs I RAILWAY e FISHING TRIPS

Dick Bowman went all the way CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
for Stuart, keeping the Eagles under 22 Men Members NO. 1 MARINE ENGINE
control with assortment of
an Rural Route No. 1, Stuart/ Florida Dial ATlanttc 7-2466
soft stutf until they finally got
For Match
I Sunday BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE

r, Agent Jot AI Pfluexer, Inc., Taxidermist

"'c Twenty-two men members o t
Hawks Win 3-2
; Martin County Golf and Country

\ Club are needed to play in a home .. .,.. ..
r
Errors Take TollAfter inter-club match on. Sunday! April 11
TRADING 12 against Indian Hills Golf und i. '
nylon giving Seuercsl three runs Country Club of Forl Pierce
f all get of new on errors in the first inning, Martin Those! willing to play should MERKLE '

,.' payments for a pair; durable I County strove gamely to over sign up f:1: : ro shop
weekly sOy Oy :: lung MOTORS
Now check the the super come the deficit here on Tuesday, A will i start at noon o>rrt UMOI ,
the tires with but finally ,succumbed V2. and the tce-off will he from 1 1I ;rout ,asDFr )i (!t:., !
d
tires from Goo year. a a 1 I Aided by Seahawk errors in re I p.m. on.Stuart. ..
and i in n the late the I =- .
TV turn in innings Tigers :
rubber you've seen on CREDIT for holders of CharQe- twice left the bases loaded, but Shufflers
couldn't push across the tying or
MONEY DOWN( winning runs Gary Little went all 'I QrwWA
NO National CredIt. Cards the way on the mound for Stuart Receive Trophies
a-Plates and After away games at Vcro on i
: n Friday, April 10 and at Riviera
Beach on Tuesday, April 14, the Thc Stuart Shuffleboard Club 1 1I
Tigers play Fort Pierce here on closed the 1961-64 season with a 1
Friday April 17, in their lust home dinner followed by the presentation I "- I

game, a non-conference affair, i i of nine trophies on Wednes .....t
: ( unless a replay of a 6.6 tie with I, day April 1 t.
a Palm Beach is scheduled I President Harry Higgins presented
.. -aa + trophies to the following: BRING YOUR CAR TO
.
f 1 I I:
NOf'100 CUT UP Round Robin: Glenn Guilcr, I;
e ABOU1 290 CAME: : I IWhitey Chester Sheets, 2, and Charles K
Mcrrell 3, ThusJay League: Walter
Fitton had :
rI a night
poor C Moore I; Ralph Patterson, QUALITY SERVICEHEADQUARTERS
: ut Jensen Beach Lanes on Monday
a
r?
March 30. having cut his 2, and Crystel Moore, 3. Second
Division: Danny Thomas, I, Flur-
bowling hand Sunday on palm
net Van 1. 2 Louise
uvcn, and
fronds When Friday night rolledaround
The great-going All-Weather Line Rauwald!, 3.Jackie .
: t Whitey's hand was !so sore

: HAS TUFSYNl HAS 3-T NYLON! HAS TOUCH TREADI substitute that he only was available bowled because He should no I Hartzcll f )

: These tlrei contain this luperThese tires contain nylon cord These tires will deliver the kind have !sore hands+ more often Aftera New Golf President for
: 'dunblerubber-thetoughestrub toughened by Goodyear's exclusive of traction you want for in-city spare in the first frame Whitcy j
ber aver used in Goodyear tires. Triple-Tempering process driving or on high-speed turnpikes. struck out. his eleven successive Jackie Hurt\cll was elected prey
w strikes giving him a 290 game, a ,
ident of Martin County Lady Golfers Service.
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new record for the lanes
Association with I
r I Tuesday
.
IIVKI SHI: IIRI)\\J'K ARK: Gcrrie Krueger vice president, !
: BU.tl'QE-r: NTS' *
,SIZ lfiAVM
YOUR ; AN'P : MVG I DVY MINNrRS: Frances Wilson, secretary, and
Luette Woodrum, treasurer
Bill Hartsoll won low net t witha Members wishing to take partin While You Wait
par 72, and Paul Hardwick low a Field Day at Melbourne on :
: 2 famous Goodyear Nylons 4 Great Goodyear Nylons gross, with 71 I. in President Slag Friday, April 24 should sign up
r Day play at Martin County dolt I i in the clubhouse! b y Monday, SEE
wrxry w w-ay w-an and Country Club Saturday April 13. i,
: .. .
II alaoantllwa.hl. Tartar WIUtow.n tabh/a ::1 11..1..11 hl"hN tar WII..II lula hN tau Door prizes went to President In Tuesday's play. Gerrie Krucger -

: 6.70d5 2 for $27.40 $1.25 2 for $32.40 $1.25 4 for $54.80 $1,25 4 for $64.80 $1.75 Ed Higbee! and Joe Backus), I i was first, and Arnita Johns, DAVID WATSON Service Mgr. j
: 7.IOd5 2 for $32.50 $1.25 2 for $37,50 $1.25 4 for $65.00 $1.75 4 for $75.00 $1.75 second, in odd holes (play over ,
7.6Ox15 2 for$35.40 $1.25 2 for$40.40 $1.25 4 for $70.80 $1.75 4 for $80.80 $2.25 Scientists believe meteorites are eighteen holes Over nine holes, \T .
: the only specimens of outer space (i I I low bull, Jackie Luce was first t.
material earth. '1 and Pittman second.
: TUBELESS TOO IN MOST POPULAR AUTO TIRE SIZES on-- -- --Becky--- --- Your Iiucolu; -.erclIry-Col1lct Dealer

-. OR I'HOM:
.. w-ah N=7 wr:1 w1:1
tl lInn LitwalhrNl .1..11 Whlt..11 lw

6.00.13 2'01 2UG $1.25 2 for $29.50 $1. 5 4 tor $49.00 $1.25 /for $59.00 SL506,5Dr13 GOLFNew Joan or Ralph Batesfor
2 for $26.60 $1.25 Z for $31.60.25\ 4 for $53.20 $1.25 4 for 58320 $1.75 '
1701115 or 7.5Ox14 2 for $316D $1.25 2 for $36.60 $1.25 4 for $63.20 $1.75 4 for $73.20 51.75\ Martin County Golf & Country Club
J.IOs15aIDOr14 2 for $3590 $1.25 Z for $40.90 $1.25 4 for $71.80 $1.75 4 for $8110 $2.25 Free Pickup and Delivery !
1.60z15orl5Al4 2 for $39.40 $1.25 2 for $44.40 $1.25 11a $7880 $1.75 4 for $888t $225 ST. ItClE BOLLLVARD: : Turn right Just before cruulog

New Bridge to Beach

: Nation-Wide No Limit Guarantee! COMPLETE; Greens Fee

18-1IOLE COURSE $3.50 MERKLEMOTORS
:
: Net limit cm months/No/ limit on ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS UNDER THIS GUAR
: iniles/No/ limit as to roads'No against defects In workmanship and ANTEE any ol mote thin 89,.000 Goodyear dealers ELECTRIC CARTS __ $6.00 fur 18 Holes-$4.00 for Holes
hind!:' I "to spwdifor( the entire mattriils and normal toad hazards, except in tin United States end Canada will make
: life 1 of th/ tread repauibli: punctunj. allowance on I new tire based on original 1 tread "\
: depth remaining end current Goodyear Price. MEMBERSHIP: ,
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M/ ,rlcM flat In and tU, llru III Irwfo ?..url l t* niintbM ("HirdwW. !MtMBERMIIP IMIHTION FEE $100.00 :;.. '
J : SINGLE MEMBERSHIP! ... _. 80.00
DOUBLEItIBt.RSIIlP! : : .. __ 100.00 '
J : ,

: AT 7-4242 257 E. OSCEOLA i 20 10 PLAY PLAY BOOKS BOOKS .:.. :. 13.007: .

GOODYEAR 30 PLAY BOOK .. ... .. .... 75.00 .. -- INC.
: AT 7-4243 STUART
DRI\'l\G RVNGE AND COMPLETE COIK SHOP JUS N COLORADO SIUART. LA.

!MiAFD DRIKS'D: LUNCHEONS: :

SERVICE STORE DEN IIARTIG : 287-12U
JJTOL.
.. PRO U\N.\GER 287. 2271I Fast, Efficient Economical Service4.A
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Lucie Boulevard/ Extension ....-p-n, ...-. ._....--,w
/ I rr; g < ,
Approved elate' A k'n' wli tls" with'> him i flit vrx VRT Florida 1 JFWS' nnK.inprst. 9 191 s -A

.,M (l A.) .in' Hui ,II'',' MHI, (. hints, i ----------------------u
OBITUARIES N. Aikm Ji ol Wichita "kans .

Fresh Water taalnat.....,..r yes .-... and three grandchildren ; Commission Is Open to Suggestions I !J
to Island May Be The remains have bow !lint to
MRS. ANNA 1IURESV r.ss.\
j' Kansas City' for service with burial

Mrs. Anna Thuesa. Sessa. oinht- in the Mount Moriah Ccme- Stuart
Be
'Just three a Conner siJent. of AiUnlic ter>'. Yates Funeral Home is In to Fifty on May 7th

Gulp Away Merrell Is Court Ap.irtnn.nK' fur elevenffmrs. charge ol local arrangements
;
died in a U'est Palm Beach nursing

home Tndav, April 3. \\ ILl.I \\1: \ TRIES SR But No Plans Yet
She is sunned by one sister. for a Party
William.
Optimistic About AgreementCity Mrs. Thomas harircs of Brix>k. )'o. A !Pries Sr, seventy-
N.Y and three grandchildren I nine, a resident ot Sunshine Mobile

said Manor and Riverside Drive.Mclll'nry. Stuart, ill be fifty on May 7, but that "the inform the
Rosary was in Johns Funeral I ; press public' her could he considered then.
III. died Martin Me- I
water to Hutchinson Home (Chapel at K in its anything else would I cost She Stuart News
,Island owners live ..1far Oregon Monday p.m. nwri.il hirlhday may be a very quiet monev. was well aware
needed for both and the 7
away as the Point Hospital Tuesday. April '
like the TV Funeral mass held St. 1 he was .dst asked to of the
commercial say>'. he wa in one press si (occasion having given it
expects it may be "a Couple Island In addition, another main after a brief illness A native of
i Is "just a swallow awa>'." ol weiks Josiph Catholic Church luitday that if any cili/' '' i of Stuart III'I',, full public mention in our Fiftieth
before all letters will be installed from Slcelc's Point kretiimich. (termany, he came to I "t.1 workshop session of City'
Roland Mcrrcll vice president ol at 10 a.m. Burial was in fern 111I1Cemelel' any ideas on hili I might he Anniversary Edition: published In
approval are returned down St. Lucie Boulevard to supply I the United, Slates in 1908. Ito was Commission" Monday the Commission celebrate the
and trust officer of the First > to event he or January
National Agreements between the Town thirty Port Sewall residents a member ol Mcllenry Lodge NoI5K. was informed that it had 1
Bank of might inform ant member ol the If have for
Stuart and But idea
trustee of you any a
Sew alls
Point and the utility FI::\M. the Kiwanis Club, been confirmed through City Clerk
Joe Crowder said
City
for Hutchinson! Island Water Manager JOMPIfMSt Commission prior to Monday April hot time ,in (the old town"
Project tLIMKMS:: :: on May
( company were signed about mid. I the MenBuinelt A'I.OCilltl.n.Ihe Callie that
McCrary
announced Monday that / Friday that tap-ins at Port Sew. .lr'I\/ May 3, the dale ol Ihe conmiamon'anett i iI 7. don't fail to let the City Dads
i 1\/63 for
cop the supply of city waterto all should be completed within JosephVise Clements, el.hly. hamber of'l11l11erce and the 7 /( was indeed the filtieth
lea of an regular meeting' and the mat I know
and agreement between hisgroup the Point, and an agreement thirty days The completion of the six, a resident of Move, Cia? died Methodist C hurch, and was active: anmvcrsarv!. of the day when the I I ------ --- --
Southern
Inc. of Miami, adGbcln: Utilities -: has also been signed between the : treatment plant he set at mty in Martin Memorial Hospital Mon- in community affairs in Me Henry Town (now the ('II)) of Stuart .

checked I carefully City of Stuart and Southern Gulf days, but said this would not affect day, April b. after an extended: illness for manycars. came into existenceIhe .
by attorney Evans for the former to supply adequate He He is survived his wife Mrs. -
Sr. and Port Sewall residents was a native of Edison:: by idea of "d.) ng something
Crary owners tent last to all Island potable water for both the Point The main for the Point and the (is., and a member of Salem Bap Wanda Pries; two daughters, Mr. about it' was discussed for three We are Pleased to Announce' tllatJIl1
property weekend. and the Island.A list Church Helen DoelHc of 111.
of Ldison. Wankegan .
As he Island will be attached to the minutes finally it was suggested
soon as received the ap contract has been awardedby under lie is survived by two sons; C and Mrs. I'lcaiu>r Shadlc ut) "Miralestc '' -
of all Merrell side of the bridges/ across .... ......
proval owners, said 1 the city' for the completion of O. Clements of Caht + 44Mem -
> the St Lucie Fort Pierce and ; one son, William
he would and Indian rivers. CORRIE,
sign a contract with the the city water treatment plant at Where the Al S Clements of Luke Worth: two A Pries Jr of Mctlenn; and
Utility company which will take Tenth Street and Palm Beach of draw spans come permission daughters Mrs. Margaret C. Meg- five grandchildren; High School News
water from the the U S Corps of En.
City of Stuart to Road which will double the and Mrs Scn'lceand burial will be
the Island. plant's gmecrs will be for the gelt Dorothy Bnmcr both in is now associated with' firm
Since necessary our
some property output and insure all the water mains to no under the riverhc'ils. of Stuart; one brother Jerome Clements McHenry with i J"hnI'uneml I Cornftpoadent

I.M.JL 'Umil l:'II'r:: UcI.: S5)5e5iTInEMEToROIA : The public hearing on- --the- St- Lu of Morgan Ga.; one sister, Home 'in charge of local ariangements By CIIIK\L lIE:'till

cie riverbed installation comes before Mrs Clara Smith of Macon Ga.; gal mymd5ruslaeua ... Phone Stuart 287-1175
ttc11' aM the thirteen gruukhildrcn and five
Engineers this week and.
great grandchildren. :SIRS \\dii. 1 11\\ HI Y
!\oTl tJ IW Pf 5t'l'Inotlce \ according to Powder is expected BPWClubHosts
Funeral !services were held Wednesday I
\ l to be a purely routine matter Mrs Blanche low .
in
tiireby res a resident -
ghen
by authority: of the above Or ell'name, that tlm al 3 pm. with Reverend '
lurolnbelow tinted land" have .ben Presumably the same will apply ol Stuart for
lertmuil !
to me iinilir Bullion 1 of many years
pn-
the above Ordlimniv, lu be cither ,....Iv..., uimaiiltuo', in the case of the Indian River Woody \\.iikins, pastor of first
with weodd. or vvai'grown installation.So Baptist Church of Sluait of. or where tn moving she lived to \\ ichita hulls, I e\,. Seniors Modern Financial Planning by
with her daughter
TOU AND ficiating. Uuiiul I rern Hill
n\CII was in
d.y. from the uulluatlon 0''l1U are hereby not I fled that union, within SO it appears that as predicted died Thursday. April 2, in a hos-
lu-reof, Cemetery.
you CHUM the livrHnbilow limed vi.. 1 'I he Business and I'nsfessiondIVoncn'e
lutlona to b t cured, :that the I Ity ConiinluMloii uf the Illy of mum- by 1 he Stuart News on Feb. 27, __ peal Ihrre. Mrs lowrey was born
thereof Hot-Ida, afralnitt Mill cause the the auld I mlil, siniullnn I 1,1 Im uiwd. and chute; the cent I there will be fresh! water on in Allighuny County Va. to Joseph (lub of Stuart give a tea JOHN J. CARROLL & CO.
land by plating. tlunton a lien for the coda FRED! J. rLHIRV honoring the senior girls on Sun
thereof Including the mat nt tlil, notice and iKh othnr notice Hutchinson! Island, before the end and! Julia Alexander Simmons.
bane been Klvvii by...* by tlitu' of aid Oidlnmue. aa buy of 1964 the She charier day altcrnoon April .5, at the home
dream of property rred J. Fleury, sixty-six, a resident I' was a member ol the

(1..I,1f ttcCltAltT. owners for a long long time. II of Star Route Jensen Beach J rot I'resb'teriun: )t': C hurch "in Stuart ol Upon Mr and Mrs Henry, each A.girl Rudkm was Mutual Funds and Insurance

City Clutit died Saturday, April 4, in (oral the Adult Hilili class. mil n arriving -
blue und
i lubllahed an local: April 9, 19114VWM.ll dallies Veterans Hospital alter an past picsiilent ol the 11'unianAn.- given a \lhllecon.llle.,
:
: :: I and welcomed by members of the
: I. $23,154 GrantedTo extended illness A nutive of MJSSUchiisctls socialum. She was a past president club Vero Beach
5'DU0lslllll'1'IO1WLATteA:
789 PersonsBy : he had lived in this area ol the American I cgion Auxiliary
1. Arthur M. iHhoii I'UA/.Iblt'; A/t) for the past seven years. He was a Harold Johns Post) No. 62 After a lair of the lovely Jupiter
Lot 4. liloik 21 (CO' a of Stu. Mind honu, the girls assembled
Welfare irt, und
tu.,0') ala coloiadoAvc.nun BodyThe veteran of World War I and a a mender: of W oman's -
Overgrown member of World Wur I Barracks Iknefil Association:, on the ten ace for l'lre.hmenls.v"lIlIIlI ,

.'. Arthur M. Imbue HU7.IKU A/I District 10 Welfare Hoard No 854 of Jensen: Beach She is survived by her daughter and hearing u talk about J

ft. HhMk. tl (50' X reported that 789/ persons! in Mar- He it survived by his wife, Miss I Janet, Clay. with whom Ihe objects of the Business and ;

Hue ItiJ.S'V tit toloritdo'Avi. ).Overgrown tin County were assisted in the Catherine Fleury of Jensen Beach, she nude her home, at 1124 Har- "Professional Women's ('(lubMis MANY

S. T. T. A four categories of public assistance I sisters, Mrs Victor Morm ofHolokc Ian I me, \\ Ieillt.. Fall I J ICs Riulkin, a new resident c,1 t tI .

liutb II, OuKhUimm Lot FlUBiril T, Uloik Mil 21 tlW'( during March, 1964 Total aid Mass, and Mrs I'huhcGrow : I mural services: were held Sat- I 11111,,' Sound and founder of the

11f .I') &u Lvloiado Avenue a- granted amounted to $23,124. I of Scuttle, Wash.; and one nrd.iv at III .1, m, I flI'n, Ila'|, |flr.1,, | Peppendge/ I arm Bread Industry t'J }[ ITEMS

Overgrown. Martin County is representedon I brother, Arthur leury ol Vancouver l PixshMcnun < h III'i e. hI'ichita. told the girls that "in order to succeed :

4. Arthur M. bihoii ni\/ILH lilt the board by Mrs Charles r R. BC I hilts" with Dr I mle ( rawford I in ., chosen profession you

tat 102.IB>',) liloik suit 23 Oololudll: W x Grcenlees and Mrs Esther Fenton Rosary was said in Johns Funeral I oil killing, Dm ml was ,m ( rest' must: keep! vinir eves open for opportunities STILL

Avenue Overgrown. of Stuart. Home Chapel Tuesday ut K n.m view Memorial "Park I I und then follow them'MOTHPROOF
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5. Arthur )[. tnhoil' TltVZICIt/ A/l"> Mass was held in St Joseph Catholic ;

Avenue I-J.I/:: : >)> liloik tot It tututula(rr: X Over.rown. miles.India contains 1 1,259,995 square! in Burial Jensen Church was Beach in Wednesday All Snnls al Cemetery 10 a.m. i .\ '"el; I : ; ON


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8 Ldlth: Malthowa Budlor 1III.U HMT B/li FREE
Lot 3. 'Itluck I (23' I.ca AD5K11'ITs)1I\: BAGS SALEFEA'1'UIZING
a : STORAGE .
IU'. + T in" x IU) 72J !\OTIt Jo1 tile I'H",'"'.''' I:'\ DR. CIKRIKS: W. AlkIN: ; -i'-; '
H
Dlxla Hwy Overgrown tin"It: "I"' H.I.: "ICUI'II'I'\:
II' ,'H'II' Dr. Charles W. Aikm. seventyone .
1 'II\T''
7
Edith
Matthew batter 1 1IILU1IKKT.nt 4. Block. H/ll 1 (2S X Mllrlln Pureuunt Cuully,la 1I"'on knee' moire I2S.n,, V0.. of Ocean Breeze Park, Jensen i With Our Regular Dry Cleaning; Service
that II
I U'I goo li Beach died Sportswear FOR
IMxIe Hwy Overgrown will 'n"OI"1 Mt I Ina regular ", nc- Saturday April
(. Arnold M. & Emma, ,, Uuuur HII.I.rnWKT) hog ..t April 2*. I IgoIn> i the tine 4, at the Martin Memorial Hospital .
tin ..,
Let 6. ttbn k PiD i( (r5' Count ('ullrl hn. a proponed, A native of Alton I Kans, lie
x
'"" ? real We Your GarmentsAgainst
Now Protect
Uti) SO; Lincoln Avenue Overgrown. Lillie, llurUett, ':.in1"win:I: .'I."i:::", had been spending the winters m )

t. Arnold M & Umina: hisser 111 MX RRKT. 8/1) vet Inn real to Martin l property(11I1111), i I'wii tin follow- Ocean Breeze Park for the past 1 HENS and ROOSTERS

.
lot
u IlIm'k I25' i fifteen here fromIndependence r
1.M) 804 Lincoln Avenue Overgrown. Lot 8, Blink 101. IU"II"I, ,I in years coming Mo: He : I iiiOeI'IiSMJLIIW01)011 I
dental
m was a
.
loldi-n lute .
10. Arnold M. En.ma, l.I.u..r List 1fII.l'H 7.. IIIo"'k KNT ?/}>, It 120' ,plot liook, : laoroof I a) Paro!l-ark rvtoided: Bit rte, iniiiii ho,In" i n Plat n'ull stirgeoh 1ft InJfpVMIc'ntc/ I Jr I ----rtrNo Extra Charge ; . 't*

slid Llntoln Avenue overgrown corda of Mai.tin Coiinlj, 1"IUlI.d thirty-eight years. He was a member UN III./ HJHIIIrK JSOIICIi I Our Hours Are 9 6
to
( .m.
.m. )
.. ,.. of All 1 C hurch [
II. Arnold M. Kn.ma: I.auor, J4II U-HK-. 11/1' t World fi __ I
8. nark! .. I f 90' n nO'' The hornlnubovo diarrlli a veteran a mem
l
HUD Lincoln Avenue Overgrown. la being given 'to Marlin" i""rop.e'ly '',,1111. her of the Ivanhoo IxnJge! No I

U. 1..1. of Helen 1J.hOIi HILIA'Itt'atP: 11/1' or 110' .the. It tics within the binnlHilf, ,. 466 F&AM of Kansas City a COMET CLEANERS '!'(quests Dr. Tequesta Fla.
county airport In ,
"/. Arthur AI. !Joholl Eke. 1.,1 12, Iilaik 1 (23-:; tar riving I the' herelnahnvi I IXI'IHIIK ri>Kcrlbed member of Ihe Kansas Citv DiN ,
nu') 'J2 M. Dixie Hwy Overgrown. ; :
property, the nwnei l In imk inlet! Dental Society. Missouri

, U. c/o iCot Arthur or If"'en' )1.Lotion l"'ho'l' 1.1 120'1 IIILI..IUtIT I In u', Blllrk S. Dluie 8/H>5> Ilwy(20':; s. Overgrown. r..I..HIIIM'inny Inir for hove i a say deed In tight the for foMowl'n Mirlln ,
Legion of Independence.
14. Eel. of trelrn FttLti'ItRNT lIUKI'I.
C/a Arthur M.tt :, n Ex. Lot IHlork. a/U a t25' x 1 din Lot Date 2, flterka I ark. u. 'lomtod nhow In flnl.) He is survived_by "n wife. Mar- I I.
Iu') 520 N. D/xia Hwy Overgrown. theiMor, rei-onlid; I In Mill nil,Hook past

I. ,: 1 at "'."e lift publlr rnord
Ent or Uelen I..h" HIIi4 ItFai'r $/[)
.. A"lhur of Martin County. )Horld inOAHtl .
C/ )1. J..bll" Exit 1..1 15. lUoI'k I2G' S
12U') 025 S. 1'1.1.11"' Osergroau. Ol" -
Ofit'.NTV
I DO NOT BELIEVE that the of
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Lot 1.0'5) I In Cf0 5,0"\,1";\ : Slay 125' x Overgrown. 11) .HASh Chairman: A. WIIII.\.

n. J.oeph a. Uelldor"n, 1ei1 .... t e't9 ATTF.KT IIJItOTIlY: 1'IICtu"R. Clerk Judge should be used as a means to gain legal ex

120')>> ITJ2 tl,O"Dixie llwy 120' x Overgrown Pub,: r.:2.! 1160. _

3I Jo.eph lk Jlvndoraon 8/D lTHM nil Hr OP IIIK "")>t MI perience or private business.
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1.0' 19, JlI"'k. 22G' S .100 MAHUIM.LHMLIBUK.iknownaaMAlUbjLLKL :: I THE PEOPLE OF MARTIN COUNTY deserve-
I2U') sas a 1J11t1. Hwy Overgrown II ; : I

20. Taylor Curpurutlu,5 "",I.'ln.T. O<>..aa.d. '
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font lull'all" 211. Ulo'k IIIlIerv.1( I I2G'Ave.utte It. TO moist C'IIEI'ITnU4SI',11'Itt'IA IINtit"UR:"" and need of ability successful
M 1NnM AdVINHT HAI1) r.nrVlh: a man proven as a '
Overgrown
lea and each of you are hereby

21. Taylor Corpor"Uu'l INI 1211'HILU'Itl, t5 bug, Hloek NT IlIlIcroot N/D 9 UO' a or any noilfl Pllher.rhilmi,.d and of and)'''r''"demands.'|ma\tilre<1 lumen to which"aitalnul iirment you, attorneya man who has dealt with and knows the

Ave.sue I Iii n <-ute of Mar b.lto \Mllikn. also .
Overgrown. known H. Movie V'ill.k. d........

22. Tat loe Curpllr.IJ.n HILI..l'IU.IoI 211. Ulm'k NINt /. I ."d.'wn'ty I late J..d"of. laid/0'founH) in"OUIII I hHorldu ). problems of the people of this county a man who IS
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n. Toyill" Corporation' sue HII.loI'ln 120') BUT:.
1..1 57. lJI.wk I 12& tins of tbia nntlre. !!J.'h l'Ial" n,
1:0') 002:; IIll1er.ol Ave a d..nd, .h..11 b. In wrillug. sad, *
.h,11 ministration of
utste Ihr place" "r r..ld"II justice. e
title' .
Overgrown and pn.1 ollh'e .dd.e.. of thr"crall'n"vorn r '
IL A. C. Loki Cuur.1 11I1loI'IIJ.t: tl'D1Nt ,net,, and shall 10. to h> the
I .Hlw k 1 120' x 190'1 rlnimunt hagent./ ur attorney
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j"luridu. end any h rliilin or diinind not
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"tltreet Overgrown .
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25. A. C. INI. C..U1'8011 \fI1.I... .kF16 CIIKItlMO An admlnlHtralrlx IIIIIIKIITH/IN of tin" A man who is more concerned with what he can do for r f'
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ro9 I.Florida IIlr.e 11 no')Overgrown Lnt.100,; ...|known. of Maryh.. Marie.ll. VMM VUlleki,.kc the people/ of f Martin County; than he is with what Mar '

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10. A. C. ok Lola CUUI"oli 111hIA' 'It ENT tlrn1Nt doi .Hd.
3. Blo'k 4 UG' xl9V'1 lob?: April I t. II. 13 JO. 1184. tin County can do for him.
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A. C. Lulu Ceureea HI.IA'Ii .. TO \\IMYKIO4, WHUHK. NVMKA ;)- I
.k1NaT' UK: 1,1":1'' IIEUIHI'leaae '
Jut f.O'lerlde nlw i 120') lake nollre that y*>n and IF YOU
auu Nrort OvergrownIL ( AGREE
each of ,
you ere required in pay : j
A. C. It Loll CII"r.o,, the: amount 'Jt.b your roe u"
Hi tA'tim k 4 il/I/ a m') tHe naniea, ol ::: ', wlilih)
900 Gl I'torlda,: : Ntrent Overgrown. amount repreafiita delinquent Im.n
on UnjIMe' peraonal property .hl<'h t
29 A. C. lade <"UrOllll HIII.rllf"T" III" have been duly a.neaed .....1".'
1.1 r. al..ek 4 'IG' It 120') you far the year 1111,9 and that IInI. -
ale 'Iorlda IIlr.v' Overgrown !teal ouch delinquent tangible yenntol ELECTELTON
property taani tie paid nn .
30. A. C. Lol. C..u..on Hit.IA'IiENT: 80I.t or before the lIlIL.d.r. of I.h.: 1ewurnnle /,
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ala Florida IItro..t Overgrown directing- levy upon and >el.ur. uf
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your properly for Ih. aforenald "
II. A. C. a Loll C"OO HIIJA'RENT. lI'tJ paid I......, and ao much thereof.
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alt Flurlda Street Overgrown be aold to eutlsfy the said
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: ) nyc 1IIIlcrv. Are.J' l.r Auntln' \ItHlpn( Kleclrlo Alhy I : : : : : : : : l/\7 2-1 SCHWARZCOUNTY

1111. Overgrown Auto Trim 'whop . 1stSince
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Hallway
gag Hlllcrnet Avenue Overgrown Annnx) . .. . (512t:;
51. Louta/ Ion. Roan J1I.L'REoiT eon Florida Kist I'on.t Hallway
c'o Taylor Carp. Old Town) . 111 111
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810 HIII Beauty 8alon 1700
U. A. Y. Inhun WIMI>[..\ Wor PARK Uadl.'i Coffe. Shop : :: : 10: JUDGE
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ate .. taste JlwT Overgrown (lIam" Uullln) . . I itl
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17. Stacy Co l..hll.II', Tr. WOODff.. rr : tltuert Muule Ta l.nJn4" ::' : HI T4t TTThompton 10 Years Practical Experience as Attorney Representing the People in Martin County
AWM PARK
108') Morrla I. Walton . 111.
Sue Club Carnet OverllTowoal. K.lph Zarnlte till
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Lot C Block 5148 a 148) : McT-RART! Paid Political AdvertisementSt.
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I TRIALS AM 1 RIBULA I IONS of the United States Postal Serv- ceremonies for the new Hohe Sound Post t Office The ceremonies li

I ice. and it*, efforts pccd mail delivery were recounted by P C were held at the (front of the building on State Road AlA.I .

Mnnlcol, Orlando' one of, the speaker Saturday at dedication
BOYS SCOUTS from Hohe Sound Troop .I'I 1 line up In preparation receive! a flag from Congressman Paul E Rogers, The flag had

for flag raising ceremonies at the Hohe Sound Post I Office flown over the Capitol in Wa\hington.

Congressman Paul Rogers Dedicated i dedication Saturday Postmaster Harold! E Lyort\ of Hobe1! Sound!


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Rogers/ then gave his audience are to serve the American citi/cn than Dickinson' Stale Park and
400 Persons I a quick review of the U, S. POll with purpose and ''re ronlhiliIY.I recounted t h eCveral location
I Service. He noted that the Post I think we have been served well changes that were made in 1893.

for Office Department handled 711, by the postal service." 1909 1918 and '1950.
Gathered I 000,000,000.} / ) pieces of mail I la 11 I He later presented Hohe Sound P. C. Manly of the bostal scrv-
year and estimated it would han Postmaster Harold E. Lyon with ice al Orlando discussed the prodcms -
CeremoniesBy I Jle'JUINNINNINNf! < ( ) pieces by 19711.I a flag that had flown over the of the post office( in detail 6i

I cilJe;; his I means that the postal fa Capitol iit Washington.Dr. / and accepted the new Hobc SoundPort
of the nation will be :taxed, W. O. Myers, president of Office for the Post t Office
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By RAY MeCLURE hut I can assure you that the Post. the Hohe Sound; Chamber of Commerce Department He complimented E.J. .

Office Department is making every gave a short historical ac I. Arnold owner and builder of r
Saturday wan a big day for the effort to speed tip and expedite count of the Hohe Sound Post l he }lobe Sound Post Office for i
postal service in Martin County mail delivery. And please remember Office.He his good work.
as wine 400 persons gathered at our government is the servant told the group that the first; laster of ceremonies for the }
the new Hohe Sound Post Office of the people. Sometimes we tend post l office was established Aug. occasion was Mayor Gri
for dedication ceremonies. to forget this. Post office!employe) 4, 1891 on the Sound near Jonu- lie of the Town of Jupiter Island
It aas also a good day for "poli ---- ------ He( also introduced the many I ,
ticking," as most of the candidates [ucsts who attended. nrY d .

for county offices hurried to the 46 Yachts Visited welcoming Postmaster speech Lyon The gave Rev.a Francis short ;I SPFXTAL ROWS were set aside at the Hobe Sound Post Office Alfred J. Tracy Palm Beach; George, Southard of Jupiter! and
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r Dickson of the Hobe Sound'resbyieriun dedication ceremonies Saturday for visiting postmu\ten, dut-of' Catherine Kirk of Goodland. Local postmasters included George

Church, gave the invocation I county visiting pO
The benediction was' Beach and Assistant Postmaster R E Abel, of West Palm Beach; Sanders; Palm City .
w At Langford MarinaAll given, by Father Jerome Martin -- .,

of St. Christopher's Catholic l i
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Church of Hobe Sound. e
a N 'lets w 1 1rf
!. previous records were broken ''Swanee K," Mr. and Mrs. Ken Following the ceremonies there 1 YK

im at the Langford Marina this neth J, Ciillis, Terre Haute, Ind.: was an open house and refreshments w ti
past week who a total of forty "Hori/on. ," John L. Finlayson, Detroit were served.MtRTIN .

I six yachts tied up overnight 0 r Mich.;; "Dene," D. K. Slim- MEMORTAirHOSPITAL 1J
longer! son Jr., Crown Point; Ind.; "Queen II t

I There was a large numher of of Scot" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott, t
new arrivals( at Langfod Villas Hadlyme, Conn. March 31-Admitted, Louis J ,

)this past' week as regular season' "Martha P. V.." Mr. and Mr<. Whitehead, Charlotte Schliisscrmd j .1+ ,
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guests left for the North. According William N. S. Pugh, Towson, Md.; Margaret Binder; discharged 3,
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I to Mrs. Perry Kirk a total of "(iluu Hat," Mr. and Mrs H. B. Henry Parker Joseph Thomson, R sore ; ,. A r

thirty-eight guests arrived at the Maynard, Pittsburgh, Pa.; "Bohem Tammy Lee Black Roscoe Wag A 1 1
Villas. ian," Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Powers ncr, Chester Hutchinson Arthur i

I Of the forty-six yachts arriving Hamilton, Mass.; "Still Rov- Lavoie, William Hamilton, Billie It +
I Dockmastcr Perry) Kirk said that en Il," Mr. and Mrs. R. W Bee Meadows, Annie Muldrow, James I
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R (I C! E R S there were eighteen from Florida. son Birmingham, Ala.; "Flying Wood. Millie Brodcrick and Ella t r
of the of Fish;' Mr. and Mr<. Stanley Mor Allen. '
(formally dedicating, building. Many dut- -statc yachts N
were north-hounJ. ton, Worcester, Muss April 1 I-Admitted, Peter Brady, b. e' \

ceremonies to shake hands wilhever'on. [ Florida-based yachts and owners "Dar-Bee;" Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Pamela Trees, David! Humherstone' -. -------.. -- -- .-.- .___ ___n ___ n ,_ _____ __.. ....__.
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In. .I hl. and Don Teal; discharged, Helen .
M. Atlanta. Cia. "Hon
Barby
included the "Wild Goose ;
Actually, the c 1: ,. o w d proved \ III," Jack Lively Fort'' I ey Comh," Mr. and Mrs W. E. Barnard, Annie Mays, Archie I DART 'IRAINING:. SCHooL Glee Club entertained with two Band and the Slunrt Training School Band. The combined bands

larger than expected when warm ; "Trinket" ," Mr, a bUder'l (Comb Port Washington. N. Y.: Kidd, Shirley Ann Thomas Joe 1- during the Hobe Sound Post l Office dedication Saturday played the National Anthem as the flag was raised. ,

temperatures and a slightly over: I j'tlek. MeConuhy, Cocoi h;; I"'Hut Husk" Mr. and Mrs. G. .L. Tucker baby .irl., Mrs.' James. .Hudson. ', I and' \ numbers\ were. played by trip.MartinCounty High Sch,1, .. ,. ...., .. .1010....... ...... .... .. t
cast sky joined I ti> bring out t the I ------------- -----
Irma Me. "Jim
"Mary Sue I V, Mr. and Mrs, Ranitcley/ ; Mary, ,
crowd. More chairs hud to be J'I April Admitted.. Hazel Lookadoo -
A. Forbes, Pompano <,Beach. I I I Mr. and Mr James Piiidtclli,
found and brought to the area before Mary Ann Brady Paul Kcr-
the ceremonies got under way. "Two Jacks," Mr. and Mr<. V. I Morri"Spree:+town," ,Mr.I Pa.and Mrs, Kenneth nero, Booker Williams William

Congressman Paul c... Rogers P. Chnpell", Fort Lauderdale; "Tar- W. Mcylrott Port Washington Flowers Joseph Tufts, Hazel Brad Vote For and Elect
Cove Mr. and Mrs. Support
pon George ford and Alice Clark
was on hand to give the dedicatory ; discharged
address. Lewis( Miami; "Gwen'i Gem" N. Y.; "Jay III, Mr and k1r+. N. Constance Hilemiin Sandra Bodi-
Mr. and Mr<. William J, Dawson K. Intcmann New York City; ford Elizabeth Huston
He praised Marlin County for Myrtice
"Heavy Moon, Colonel and Mrs.J.
its progressive outlook. "As I look Pompano Beach; "Bri-Dcn' II, '; Eldridgc Clara Cooper, Paul I IBarnharl.
S. Scnscnbrenner "No Name,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pfeiffer.( Fort ;
Mrs Weiscr
and
around this gathering today I see Lloyd
Lauderdale III" Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hauck Atlan R(, r '
many young purple This is a good ; "Hadisway baby boy ,
I tu. (in.; "Ho-Hum IV. Mr. and
and Mrs. Rohcrt S. Mikescll, Pom-
AprilAdmitted., Charles 1 J.
sign It means the county is Inking
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Mr< R. H. Colemim, Fairficld
advantage of the talents of its puns; "Golden M. Dr. and hen Ringer, Arrie Smith Monica Shircy. ,
Tonn. "Pamliura, Dr. and Mrs.
R. E. Wilbur Fort Lauderdale. ; Ragnar Hansen, Alfred r
youth by bringing them into civic Pen-
C. H. Wolsworth, Annapolis, Md.
Tran-Mcrt IV, Mr. and Mrs.
affairs at an early age. I nm also roe, Dichert Dickinson' SylvesterBrinklcy. )
Of the arrivals
glaj that Martin County is taking Frank W. Dolly, Fort Lauderdale; thirty-eight Villas new Margit Bayd\'ton, Rose. ISABEL
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nt langford twelve were
Vincent
"Madeline, t II. Shea, Dlncharl. Jessie
advantage of the brains and experience : Biirrell Genevieve
include and Ry7
Dr.
Palm Beach "Evelyn H I," Mrs. F'lorldiuns. They t
of the many new residents ; (jury and Dean Gary; discharncd..
<. Fred .
Mr Malncrs\ Orlando; Mr
Evelyn Rand Palm Beach.
Viola C'uhcr Arrie Smith and
who are making Martin
County their permanent home." "Swan Song" Mr. and Mrs. and kin J. Brett. Orlando; "..r. Mary Ann Crary. !r
and Mrs O. F Potts,
Charles W. Swanston, Eau Gallic; Pompano April Admitted, Ruth Mar- t
1 "Eloise II," Mr. and Mr Ren.I Beach. san Ina Logan and Nita Ford;
INSTANT weber, Palm Beach "Luiel," Mr. Mr. and Mrs Waller Colquctt, 1
I ; di\charged. Hazel Lookadoo, Dean ,
Mrs. Gordon Krause, Boca Raton; Mr. and Mrs J. H. ,, ..
land Pompnno Gary Margit BoyJ\ton, Peter 4 t
FLAT TIRE Beach; "Pearl Adair," Mr and ,, Rcnficld, BOCA Raton; Mr and d Brady Pamela+ Trees and Monica MQ I
Mrs. P. A. Collins, Fort Mn. W. E. Cellar Jacksonville. Shiny ri r A
REPAIR dale Jean," Mr. Out-IRt-Mnle cucsts Included Mr 1 ;,
; "Peggy hUder.j April !5-Admitted, Ruth Hana- mr'J'
Donald Fried, West Palm and Mrs. D. W Ehbcrt and son ford
With ; Florence Blank }Harm I EVANS }
"Shclmar," Dr. and Mr<. R. J. Pitsburnh.. Pa.; Mrs. T. H. Mun- Smanl Marion Robinson, Phillip ,
Sanders! Eau Gallic.Outofstatcrs I van, Margate N. J.; Dr. and Mca Moor Dorothy McKenzic, Arling
Repair "N" Air Included the Harry H. Kazcn. Chicauo, III.: Clark Fred Rue and Gladys Keg-
"Supermus," Captain 1. Rohcrson }I. A. Wclshnns, Ncwiik. N J. Icy. a i
Mr. and Mrs. Cunls O. Fuller, ,. -' 1
D. C. "Miss Pam
Washington! ; April 6-Al11itled.! John Cor
100% Guaranteed note Ill" Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wilmette, III.; Mr. and Mrs James. lies, I Leona Shcrkcy William Dim-

Vaughn Jr. Cdgcwater: Md.; Morgan, }Huntington, Long 11 I lei I, Clarence O\ Sara Williams
? teqee '
lull li .ur 4 lor' exit :ol: tm.rf.nc Mr. and Mrs, H. F. land, N. Y.; Eniilc Gruppe, Gloucester MARTIN COUNTY 3 je
"Maryboys
wvU. Lamb
/ ''' Rp.lr' I N" A,, not Maggie Evalina Baker '
functlMi aa proml..d. Iniunnu Fischer Cleveland Ohio."NenamHxha" MR\s.: Mr. and Mrs. Anton [,
Dcan Bernice Realer
'aUo I.."",,d With Prch.... Mr. and Mrs. J. Milnzzo. Wauwatosa, Wis.;; Dr Gary, a ,, '
Cwt *4.95 / Olive Patterson and Charles Clayton ,
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and Mr<. W. Farris, Chattanooga ,:
}Lyman F. Hewlns, Washington, George ,
FOR INFORMATION' ; discharged David Humbcr- SUPERVISOR OF A ,
CALL Tenn. F
D. C;: "Sylberta, Mr and Mrs. tone, Paul Kerner. Charles J. xl N
Murray Rosen, Great Neck N. Mr. and Airs J. G. Rooney, Ringer, Louis Whitehead Ruth
CASSERLYSALES Y.;; "Two Pals* Mr. and Mrs. Scarsdulc, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Hanaford Phillip Moor Aim I REGISTRATIONMAY ISABEL EVANS; 1
John G. lank Western Springs.
Herman Bailee Virginia Beach Anderson' John Milton Sylvester.
ASSOCIATES\ Va.:: "Serblto," Mr.. and Mrs Lionel III.) Harry E. tartan, Quoqiie N. and Helen Bonum.Bllsess 1
ale MADISON AVENUE i S. Jackson, North Haven, Y.; Mr. and Mr<. Raymond Ter
CORAL GARDENS Conn. sere 1 Islip, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs Women
DIAL. tar'21 PO. BOX Rat "AI-Lee," Mr. and Mrs. H. E. 0. R. Suchcr Jr., North Haven 5 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY I
STUART, FLA Savage Jr., Virginia Beach, Va.; Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Wellcn Ilosts to Seniors//
---- -- berg Elmhurst Long I Island, N. Y
On Sunday afternoon, April 5,

C0,1II11ERCIALSANDBLASTING The geographic; center of North I' from 3 to S p.m., the Stuart Business i. "The Best Qualified\ experienced woman td serve you in a woman's!; job." f
America is a site ten miles south, and Professional Women'sClub
seven miles west of Rugby I in held a tea for the senior girls r rI

Pierce County N. D.KHTIrtrtTK in Martin County High, School, ISABEL EVANS, as your SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION, WILL: j
with lifty-seven attending'. The tel
( OK I HHIIt, 'TK: was held at the home of Mr. and

l\ TIII"IHh' Illy"111.1 1 SMI Till'Ht TIIH 1 SI.TIIOHITl Mrs. Henry A. Rudkiri, Jupiter 1. GIVE every res dent fair, impartial, courteous and efficient service. It I
OK Tin: vrtrK: OK, Island, founders of the Pcppcridge t
The F'I'1,11111111'
Largest in the Area I
Facility TO AM TO WHOM TITIWB: TOKSFNT : Farms products.
,* WHAM, I'OMB. OHKKTIN The committee in charge of the 2. KEEP the voting machines under my personal supervision and control.

\Ve are now capable of handling( any job\ Vheromi.<1H: KVANrt: OHAKT STt' affair was composed of Miss Martha -

1I AIIT.,," :mTIC.PUIRtlt.V JH., HTfAHT.MOIIKItT, :/ K1.OHK V. M, t Burdine, chairman, Mrs 3. CONDUCT schools of instruction for all election officials prior to election.
Swimming Pools Boat Trailers or the DA. KVANfl( :rit.VKY.; /!Ilt.. HTTAKT, j Yvonne Stiles Mrs. Radie Belle
l-'Uminv\ did I .in th rdth dnr ofHciilenibir Krueger and Mrs. Eloise Caster
\\1.\ IU7. .nuxn 'In bo
Largest BuildingsNO 'Inrnrpnrnh.d' iindi'h< ,luw .,r lliinut. > All attending memhen contributed 4. KEEP harmonious relationship with the Martin County Commissioners.
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of tinrida r T. cniniw.\' to make the tea a success Mrs
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JOB TOO Jilncf of hlmhltfW Hi PTI'AItT1111t'I'IN I! Jo Ann Thompwnand Mrs. Joan
BIG OR TOO SMALLFREE : :
mrNTY In the .Hint.i nl/ I' Bowie presided at the table where the and hold other private job. '
ISII\I.\ns., Klorlcl.i.. and "'1..... nn rush r.nmrlion cookies and fruit 5. DEVOTE; ; full time to job, no county or
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NO OBLIGATION .
did nn lh nth day of
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I Of. Youth Harry HigginsIs building construction. The directors
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Politics11;- i 4 : Two White Youths New Head of the livestock note for building.the recently completed

1 1d Guests at the barbecue dinner
I' M Fair Body Here which preceded the business meeting
At Hobe Sound were County Commissioner!
: Arrested Jack Wlillam n. Jack Saundersonand
MondayA Harry Higgins was elected president who commendedthe
F.d Miller
Drew CandidatesA ,; (Association of the at Martin its meeting County Monday Fair Fair Association on its work.

iiippcr and political rallv was A Negro youth was treated at Wyatt reported the two youths evening April 6. Other officers
held ,fora large crowd last weekat ti Memorial Hospital, for a I drove up to the beach area where elected were John Bonert, first i Artificial Reefs
the Banner Lake C tub Hobc flesh wound in the right leg early I I Glenn and five other colored youthswere vice president; Raymond D. Smith, o Approved in River
&1Iand. Sunday following a shooting in-0 standing and talked for second vice president; Mrs. Thom
Several local candidate wen'Invited :ldcnt at the Negro bathing beach awhile. The two white youths then as Spo art, treasurer; and L. M. The Engineer Corps has approved -
to be introduced l .ind to sit Hutchinson Island drove away. Wyatt said.A Johnson, secretary.It permits for artificial reefs for
make a few remarks on hchalt of M N hS According to :Sheriff Roy C. : short time later, the car re was reported that the net re spiny lobster research, ROM" With-
their candidacies Baker end Deputy Tom Wyatt turned and five or six shots were ceipts for this year's lair totaled sits, supervising the local project
rcportcdlv attending who! investigated, Arthur James fired. One of them hit Glenn. $7,374.17, before hills outstanding.The announced Wednesday! morning.
Among guests Johnson Flton Glenn, sixteen, of Stuart was shotat Wyatt said Saunders admitted firing attendance this year was 15 Langford Marine will build four
Schwarz were and Mallor Dean) Tooker. candidates about V30: a.m. The shot came the shots, but reported Saunders per cent better than any prior in the Indian River and) at Hobo
for county )judge. Isabel from a moving car. II said it wan accidental. year.Thirty Sound on a low bid of $985.
Evans candidate for supervisor Held by County Judge Evans J Deputy Sheriff Morgan/ Sprolt per cent of the exhibitors
of registration; Mrs. Donna Row- Crary Jr., under $1,500 bond for arrested the two white youths Mon have signed contracts for the 1965 I Lobbyists are required to register -
ell, candidate for member of the aggravated assault! is Jerry E. Saunders -I day. fair and many more have said they with the secretary of the Senate
Board of Education; Jack William- twenty-one, of Coral Gar- desire space. Dates for the 1965 '
.0 n. stale senatorial candidate; dens, and Preston P. Landis, seven-;I California, the third largest of fair are March 8-13.' and clerk of the House of Rep-
Lewis B. Preston, candidate for teen, of Jensen Beach is charged the stales is 127 limes greater in After July I I. the associationwill 'I resentatives. They also must file
county commissioner District 3; f with being an accessory. I I' total area than all of Rhode Island. apply to the state for match quarterly financial statements..:__
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candidate for governor, Hayden
Burns and Mrs. Mardee St. Clair PREMDKN: r VIM I IS Harrv I Vordermcicr. se::and from left president of Florida Association of THURS.-FRI. E: E5i L BE1SATURDAY: OPEN
Democratic Committee member. Realtors discusses Ihs program with left to right: Ransom Tilton. president ot Stuart Board of Realtors WEEKDAYS
the Rev. W. J. Jackson in and Jim Hollcnbcck Jr of district
wan ;; William l.ippold FAR executive via president:: vice president STUART
charge of the IItlrpcr.APPLICATIO'llS V Vtmlcrnivici was the speaker .it the local board's dinner meeting at the Yacht Club: Restaurant 9 A.M.: 9 P.M.SUNDAYS ,

Port Salerno, on I Ihursday, April 2. SHOPPING
:' FOR
MARRIAGE LICENSES Vordenneier Spoke to Realtors' HoardRealtors' :

James John Ashburn to Gloria ENTER DISCOUNT\ STORES 9 A.M.! 6 P.\L
Maria Muriotii, both of Hobe Qu.IHtf! Iii"; w_.

Sound. Head Urges Leadership"The
LeRoy Dean Alexander to Joan
Elizabeth Miller, both of North ::; '
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most effective way i n Speaking a dinner meeting of standard of ethics. r
Frank Albert White to Patricia
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Horne, both of Hobe Sound. which realtor can help their community Stuart Board of Realtors, held at I "Look ahead but remember yes !P liUT.UP' l
Cecil P. Frederick Sr. to HazelB. is by taking the lead in the Yacht Club Restaurant, Port I terday," Vordermcier advised, in .),sr.: .,. :

Driskill both of West Palm discussion! of schools traffic zoning .. Salerno, on Thursday, April 2, urging realtors to improve to seek public every rela opportunity IIit<'*__ _"_"'___.._.....__.,oW f
Beach. and like matters Harry J.Vordcrmcicr Vordermcier said that all reports I
Allen C. Lamorce of Hobe president of Mori- of the conduct of realtors in this tions, to bet t t e r understanding -
Sound to Peggy J. Norris of Stu. da Association! of Realtors told area were good and he exhortedhis among themselves and with other -'.
art. local realtors. audience to keep up its high I groups, and to render service \WHITE IDEAL"SqueezeEasy"
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this .. nut xf x.Inl1'n, 1I".h.. ......rr,
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beverage, you'd never go a visitors Lippold the ,Realtors were executive welcomed state vice group.presidentof by Ransom The ,J:;1. V. A'I', ) plies quickly smoothly with brush and or ,

roller: no messy cleanup -

day without it. Ask for it Board Tilton of Realtor, president, 0 f Stuart / drjlng. problem! odorless It's quick and 0 4

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Judge Harry F. Dyer continued '
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o.c AL'NEW sl In l0( the median age ol( f farm'
Church Nominated
4 Were Married at Methodist Saturday I lions (luh as I hll ollicers I the for cominf!Stuart people was 296 years. almost

identical' with (hut of the tonl
Miss l.iudm iris leach "K wore a pink straw picture hat Miami Senior High !School" and year areElluwtwih:

OH ice AT 7-I.KSO MISS' MARV 'I isns-sV' socet\, Editor : came the bride ol, lame Reads : with a crown ot 1 pink. n,lon, three- I I Dade Junior allege He m an. I' Shnuibiisch, |,,,rem- I population_h. ..__ _29_ ( _
Bennett ceremonies. Saturdi qimrter-lengih III.weand whit acctuoriei airman at the Homestead Air I dent; ('harks !Sixw| lint, site \prem.
-' April 4 at < p in, in the First, Her corsage was pink Forte: Rase I I dent; Paul Wxvxk. secon,! vice '
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\Methodist Church.: The Rev. \\iiltcr carnations Irvin Kanaivk third
Out-ot town guests were tier president: 'I'':e I
hcialed at the doa\ Mrs Bennett, mother I h ahridegrom II
Jessup and Mrs MV Oewh joshes. I president. lout Weiser seiielarxBill I
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hie ring rcmonx 1 he bride is wore a while linen II
the daughter ol Mr and Mrs,, fredI jacket dres with accents of vel- Inl. Mr and Mrs K. T. lohnson I Barns assistant secrctarx Ri b I
Begs M Petersburg, formeiKol ,tow and orange, orange! shoes and I and "sons" (Van. Gary and Mink, en Siwusxh. Hi-usurer" '. and Ralph|
Hiviera "Reach, Mrs: Henr I I dates, tail twisterDirwliws I
Stuart ant the granddaughter handbag) Hu hat 'Ua white n-
of Mr mil Mrs 0 O Ramev pillbox" with lower I She wore a l\>rte. Umpa, Mrs Mildred! Burkilargo arc Hiiroli'ixlrews
Port Scwall I'arenl'f the bridegroom j el low carnation corsage Mi and Mr. rXxigl.is' and\ ( e.II'tre XV Parks, one year:. I
I John Snow den and hiank Richter
Stewart Si Petersburg MM Mom
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Mr and Mrs. Nevin R.
are following the ceremony a reception
two xeais and I AI I Kerner. retiring I
Turner I locta; MINI loin ( 11'1"11.M hrA
Bennett Miami was held at the home of 1
1 I" ( aryl l KoKrlcm. MINI i Sands press,'destIIIPI111111'.NI
Tic( church decorated with Mr and Mrs R.unev i
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canilebhni, while gladioli, chnsanlhcniums The patio was decorated: l with I toms 11'utmath., Nick Mr Nittentc and Mn IT, Miss'Del 1 Si In i' :' I ll4tI''i I
and snapdragons" white gladioli and! chr)\lIl1lhll'l \\ IH \I1 Ol
lilt:
dilh lnush.ilor Miss May \\ist"
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i The orgimsi Mrs. Martin t Killer niurm"atin\the ihrec-laxer"rllleluNe.) Serving 1 1 and. (hip IIiiiniimton, all of Miami IMHSIKUI! HOVKI1Iloiula f"tI? of
rliIY"tralIlI"nlll\ nuptial music Mr and !Mrs\. (l.tiV Hill .
Mrs Mildred Burke and noil (aim emploxmentshtM t
were
preceding the ce..m'.ny.. and II,' Mrs, Ill 1'alonis.For I :: I Snulei N > Mr!\. and Mrs !I' lo a new iviord ol 1 Ml 14,VKIm tSCASOJItS'ak'
Mrs J. .
C Cress who
companied M MiMihon" Miami and 1 Janus I February
outfit San
1 sang hoc Ai Otwning and "I I I lo\e Dunn. Puerto her traxelmg Rico, the bride 10 chose "I'altirson Memphis: tenn1OM Industrial ('ommissimi Chairman .
I \\'01 leI Hi-osm said the Fcbniaix
a gra tweed cotton sheath with aMn',1 '
(uvcn in marriage by her M"I" ( ROOK Ml CUD
I t total' topped the
laekel white staves and previous
father the
brute full
wore a lentil :
\S DIHIC10K! Ol .
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her corsage was a while orchid: ill' time high m IVcemlvci by (
slim sheath ol silk peau de sole The Bennett i II:\ SiriKIMINDIMSI : \ \ I 4M wvulirxiiil Edgartown
with new Mrs is a grad
neckline and
; : a scooped adorned, with n"-I fume I' of Marlin\; County I HighSchool (rook. siiserintendent| olpublit :\ I IVbnwrx' thin scar was
er appliques
; pas
seed perils I the and attendee! the llniver insmiiiiot, for M,niin ( our (>>>,MK> above binary a xearigo
npphiticsxuth| of Miami, oral tables She elected! director Biown. said Shops
: \ pearls cascaded: down one side ,'1 I shay t l I" was an 'for Amil
the dress std also trimmed the was "lormerlx employed bx A M \l ol, the Jlondn r.lii.nlions. ",V n\'I1'"I'I1'' eniploMiicni insiense '
Kldder and Smart, of (' of 46\ per cent in Linuatx
'. Company in vHiiition IXpnrimenl ounivSupenniendenis
detachable of silk I ,
tram pcau ile IIKIIM.I: Kl) IIOIII MtU1HItl
..rt Relic Her I mid suns ,i view. artless for I VilaAirlines dining the 'reventSiiH I over a leer ngo" and a I"rlherer
; I was held' Pus UMir-ticred.i headpiece illusionul ol rose I pnor .to her niarnageHer :::| >imlendeiHs-S.h: : :: :::
flower and' pClIrlShe eairudwhile i _. husband' is !_graduate ol, I \ Kid at luksonsille in I Icbrmiix IK continuing exidciueindiuilutg
.1 i tanner business seat 10 'III, S
s centered with
carnations
a 1 IVM( Hiown said!
white, orchid Band Concert and Ice Cream 1----in -
.> Miss to Ann Polls. nuhal ol- /
honor, wore .sheath i dress ,'Im., II !
I NO INCOMIi: TAX WOKItlKStIon
quoise blue colon with a boiiltmtovcrskirt Social Planned Here Sunday
Her headpiece was a ( I'tut' :
turquoise llowcr cluster h.Jand I I
veiled She wore miikhirtg 't he Julian I) Paikei I Ilcm"I1I'II"I and sivth grade sludinls bx Hit
.h'e. and tarried! a pink hoiiqiuiStrung I parent 1i uher Association "11I1'rC'j I nuisn. dipiirtment ol the school ALICE C. SMITHI.ICHiN'SKI
as host man wan Pus- sent a junior band conccrl ukels are lor sale In the roommotheis
coil Oelberi Bond Ushers wue crenni soual on Sundiix. April I I' and Mis Idwm Rollison2K7in
f Ton) Graxclcx jmd, George king' Hi LIII p m. at the Parker I knieniarv I hiThis
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both ol I Miami School : i III the onlx' current. prod, CONSULTANTAT :
I'01 hot daughters wedding, ll i is hoped that thin concirl : eel ol. the PI A mil! we need yoursuplxst 7.0WS() ()
Mr Bcgv those a pale pink sheath will promote an interest b\ elemental t .to ninka it a "ceeaflllevellt.
I dress with while cnihroidm sui|. 'x,' sttuknts in band cork ,' mid Mri Rollisun, "Come OK MKIIIi I I I BOX .lift\, POHI SVIIKNO:' I IIOKIDV I !

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I Present also were Mr and Mrs,
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Mrs. Evinrude Birthday' rude i personal guest homes, and I
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Mass, also a guest of the
There were three birthday caVes late brother Ken Dolun managed Lvinrudcs,
and a host! of friends plus the appearance Mrs Evinrude (Frances Langford") 1 he three cakes were baked!
of three wigged Beatles," when she first left Honda for I by Mrs lillie Mae Allen, a former.
j i cook of the Lvmrudes.: who traditionally
to celebrate the April 4 birthdayof New York and her start m a long
Evinrude. and famous in show husi ,, bakes her "Miss I ranees"
Mrs Ralph career PAY WHEN YOU
held i a birthday cake, another was
The festivities were at the ness I 1
baked the bvmrude's cook
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LvinruJe Polynesian Hut locatedon Other out-of town guests included by
Mrs Rand the former I Mrs Frankie Silas, and the third I
their private ground Evelyn I
Mrs Richard Bohner of Sew !
Surprise! guests were Mr and Mrs. James Rand) of Palm Beach; I II I afls by Pointthe FINANCE YOUR MOBILE
Mr, Herbert Schmidt of Hobo. Mrs Peggy Howell Taylor and
I Mrs. Guslave loth, ol' 'I. three Beatles" made their I
ken. N. J who were vacationing i Mr. and
in Palm Beach Mrs Schmidt Palm Beach Mrs Taylor n the appearance just us Mrs. Lvmrudc. I
was cutting her cake and blowing HOME AT FIRST NATIONAL
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M loll Swarthout, V. C La n Mr"j
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) and' Mrs Bohner Mr, and ,
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Martin County Library are: /
gerous 1 Islands," by Ann 1 I
a tale of international intrigue '
m the Hebrides and the Scillv .
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"Come Be My Guest.,' by Vi
heth Cadcll, on a holiday in f
tugal the thoroughly entertain I t
Chanmngs romp through a ) ,
of enjoyable adventure I \
The Hand of Marv (' ,"'
h)' Paul dallico. a strange talc 1
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lit I angford Hall Park lust Thursday Here the ki Js pet the elephant while her trainer waits to pm
her between the shafts of an elephant train. Jewel later gave a demonstration of The Twist

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Seashore Scene Most PopularAt . -.

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;. \ ;< ; Sixth Spring Art ExhibitThe Home Loan Talksby

sixth annual Spring Art :i it is the work of Mrs Drew KingJr. don herold
Show, which has been on exhibit .. Jensen Beach.
at the Elliott Museum since March Voted third best painting was
22, closed on Sunday, April 5. "Seminole Scene." by Jim Hutch-
\ mson of Port Salerno.
: A popular vote was conducted Honorable mention was given
during the show by visitors to the to "In Port" a water color by
museum. Mrs. K. t Griffith and to "Ta
Judged the most t popular painting hiti Masks," a painting by Mrs
was a seashore scene, featuring Justine Pettit,
t.1 Indian maiden alone on the The Spring Art Show is an
The title of the picture is annual event sponsored by the I
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av ) 'Infinity" and it was painted by Martin County Historical Society I
Rohert Aiston of Port Salerno This year more than sixty pictureswere
: The second most popular paint exhibited in the north wing
t t ing was a large pastel drawing of I of the Elliott Museum, along with It's My Last Chance!
: banyan tree. The title of the twenty ceramic entries and several
: picture i is "Carlberg Banyan" and I wood carvings I


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4-B TIlE SMJAR1) (Ha.d) NEWS 1hun.dIlpril 9, 1964 PERSONALS Nrr and Mrs. Ben., |idred

Firemen's Folk PTA Elects But Still Needs Volunteers Have I Mr. and Mrs E. B. Givan and had their son Ben Jr. slaying have,


I PORT SALERNO I NEWSMRS. Enjoy SpaghettiAt Volunteer for President Post i Busy WeekendAt I 1 daughter with Shaven Mr. and spent! Mrs Easier Francis vacation I, lie in with Humpstoad i is them attending t on, his N.Hofstr Easter Y. vacation College

PICKY PROSK, Correspondent AI' 7.20N5wadarwr.ImMr ]45 a m on 'Saturday April Hcagy The Givans are from Indianapolis
Firehouse
II The April meeting of Port Salerno to darken the windows in the cafe 4 trucks I I. 2 and 3 were called I Ind, and Mrs. Givan' Mr. and Mrs. II S\\ltlchurs|!| (
I' Elementary School Parent torium !so that films may be used to the ('hilders'residence al Route n Mrs. Huagy's cousin While I l entertained her mother \r.|

Port Salerno Volunteer Firemen I'I Teacher Association was held 1 in the audio-visual program The 7r and Snake Road where a tire'! here they all celebrated Mr. Givan na Brooks of Angala, \ y lln.
Smorgasbord Picnic Draws Thursday evening and the follow group hopes also! to be able 10'' was believed to have been caused! I
I the Auxiliary and their fam ing officers were elected: Mrs. purchase additional blinds for the hya coffee pot left on a hot Move. 's birthday. Mr and Mrs. L. E M.nk, of

flies, enjoyed a spaghetti supper Bcttye Rogers vice president; Mrs cafctonum windows, and a committee i i, Also responding' to the call was Guesting with his grandparents: Minneapolis guesting Crowd to Horseshoe PointMany Saturday night at the firehouse Ellen Lowe secretary and Mrs is to check the cost Palm City and Martin County fire I Mr. and Mrs Ernest Rodunbuugh Adolph Regli of Candy 1 1.ane. play.ad :

Commissioner and Mrs Jack Josephine Shelton, treasurer Members voted to purchase' ice trucks host to Mrs. Regli Mr and, ,\
out-of-town visitors und I Mr and Mrs JolK IotlerMr.. Sdundcrson and! Sheriff Roy Baker The nominating committee was cream and cookies for each pupil The blaze was !secured at 5 a.m.. of Horseshoe Point i is Ray Mrs. M. K. Rosengren! and Mr
members were on hand Sunday and Mrs I red d.ilsih,' fonts River joined the evening's fcftmtict I unable to present! a name for the on the last! day of school. hut the house was gutted and damage I I Schwarwachter of Oceanside, Long I and Mrs. Armin Kohlhcpp .11,, ;
ultcrnoon to partake of the delicious N. J. Mr and Mis! J I L Gas- Other attending were: Mr. and office of president, and nominations Because of a teachers' convention was estimated at $5.000() ,I Island!, N. Y. I Ii dinner in the Brazilian Hotel .it',

smorgasbord l picnic prepared kill tmnditn N. J ami Mr and Mrs. Roherl Johnson and family I were requested of the audience I there will be no claheld Saturday afternoon trucks I t. 1 i Happy birthday lo\ Pam Os- Palm Beach
Club.by the members of the Pioneer Mrs V. Sacked of Jensen Beach. Mrs. Dorothy Hue and children but no one was willing. to on April 23 and 24. The fourth 2 and ? answered a cull at George | borne who celebrated her eighth '
Mr. and 111'John Walmslcy Mr. and Mrs Howard Haid. Mr accept the office. If any member fifth and sixth grade children were C'ari'lil's boatyard A boat was birthday Thursday. NEWS OK mi: FISII\III.. "
Catching the.ye of t I the approaching Mrs W. Walmsley Sr. Mr and and Mrs Frank Rodcnbaugh Mr I has a suggestion, he or she should invited to attend a concert given'by '' on fire and extinguishers were used : Bud Collyer and
guests was a new eight- Mrs. Donald Stewart. Mrs A. Ka. and Mn. Ed Johnson and family ,I advise retiring President Mary the Martin County High School Fire was due to !some electricalcause Friends of Jack Thompson will Puhokcc friend trues, ,
foot-high sign, with i ,. four-toot/ fafian, Mrs H. kopystecky. John Mr. and Mrs Nick Prosk and I Brown in order that the new office i band on Tuesday! and damage was about $200) be happy to learn he is on the caught twelve blurs ,sing .
horseshoe and placard, with gold morning At 10:45 Sunday morning trucksI mend. has been cut bait fishing at the (.ro".
Henderson! William Pupa and I Margo Mr and Mr. Frank Hcagy may be filled at the Installation The Thompson! confined
Utters The sign was made by William granddaughter. Karen Corsclli of Mr and Mn. Jolly Rogers Mr. in May. Mrs room count was won by I and 2 answered a call for a brush to Martin Memorial Hos- roads

h the club.Papa one of the directors of Ucllmorc Long Island: Colonel I I and Mrs. Jack Whitfit-Id, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Vicky Fnu's second grade fire at Golden Gate!:, which was petal with pneumonia. F. Hooper and children from

Mrs. M. W. Hale Mrs. louis Mrs Toley Engcbrctsen and family quickly controlled Pahokee
and Prosk reported on the meeting they caught two sheepshead.
Guests and mcmbcrs who attended Freed!, Norman ,Johnson of Fort Mrs. Madeline Pedersen! Mrs had attended concerning the survey Home DemonstratorsHold Firemen responding, to the calls I : Mr and Mrs Stanley Bonkowski and one drum using cut ball I"h.
were; Mr and Mrs. John have returned! to their home ,
Lauderdale and Ruth Johnson of Rosa Quigley Mr and Mrs. Carle of schools were: Howard Maid, Joe Johnston the Sun Parlor
I in Martin County, Joint LunchThere ing
Lichclmun. Mr. and Mrs O H. Fred in Nornstown, Pa, where he isemployed
Hazcn thren Watson Frank Heagy
Bob
Chapman, Joe John-
Chicago Mr. and IIrPercy and the needs and recommendations !
Baldwin WeC'hcter.! Pa.; Mr. Urownlcc.. Frank Rodcnh.uiahFrank as assistant pro at the George Lockwood and!
of Baldwin NY. Mr and Mon Harry Kahn Mr. and Mrs. friend
Verily by the State Department of
and! Mrs C. Mct/ger. Mrs. [rna was an attendance o I Ivy Rock Country Club had
They
Modaferri Carl I from the Fishnhol
Slim Slife and Mr and Mrs Carl caught
Mrs Don Vandervccn Education eight i
Deputy
Splitt, Mrs. Margaret Day Mrs.AutU'i I I twenty-five members at the joint ware. Chuck Stillwell and been visiting with the Frank Rod- weakfish using feathered
Sheriff Jack Curry, Mr and Mrs Congaware. Mrs. covered dish luncheon of h jigs .It|
Barllctt, and daughter Eleanor Dorothy Hue reported on I e McDonald. Goniill.I' enhaughs for the past few months. the Cro roads.
of Louisville Ky.; Mr. and Anton Stciglcr. Mr and! Mrs Anthony A highlight of the evening was the District I II I conference held in Palm City and Port Salerno Home l

Mn Ben Eldred and son, Mr. and Victor and Mrs Ika Regli. I slides of Martin County Fair New Stuart. Demonstration groups on Thursday (1) TONE: 2 MtElS\ :: : Visiting the Bob Kcelmgs II ofHibiscus I Bob Robertson of West dim,
Mrs Howard Miller, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Edwin (""Ure)'. Mrs. Elliott York City and local fire scenes Copies of the revised bylaws at the agricultural building Park are Mr and Mrs Beach caught three snook
Dan Dichner Port Allegheny Pa.; Rice, Mr and Mrs I rnesl Roilcnbmtgh. shown hy Toley lngchret-.cn! were given to the members. Mrs. Joanna Cushwa of t the lone 2. Civil Defense held Us Harry Muhrt of Maspclh, Long feathered jigs fishing at the Cross using
Mr. and MrJ II Whit. monthly meeting Thursday eve- Island N. Y. They are route
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Trov.bridge The PTA voted to for shades. Mental l Health Association" w.a i s en roads!
of Rhmecliffc. N. Y, field, Mr and Mrs George Fritz Coral Gardens Group pay guest speaker and spoke on the ning at the firehouse to Miami.
Mrs Richmond Mrs. T W ( sik. Mr. and Mrs Several issues were discussed
James Brown of many aspects of her work in the G.I.I loans, administered hiho
Mr.
and Mrs
Hill N Y ; Mrs, George G H. lanugun of Madison Wis.; I hears CandidatesCoral three counties she covers. She particularly Civil Defense being Coral Carl Rydell of Veterans Administration hale f h,.
Holdcn: it Mrs, W, Voh- Mr. and Mrs J. P. Huston t harlot Pioneers Hold spends two days in St Lucie County placed under Army jurisdictionand Gardens last motored to St. Petersburg nanced one of every five homes
den, Commissioner and Mrs. JackSaunderson Bachellcr. Mr. and Mrs Frank Gardens Civic Association two days m Martin County, and eliminating CD officers This week and enjoyed the built in the U. S. since the end !uf
W b Rice and sons, Modaffan Roy' Schurwachtcr: Terry met at the commil.! ionen' one day in Okccchobee County will not affect civilian volunteer sights I World! War II
Mrs ; I Robert Thompson Mr. room in the courthouse Sundayat Card efforts --- -
J. I I. Bloom Dorothy Breslav. Rogers Party Her main point of concern was Mr. and Mrs John Cavallmo of -----
New Haven. Conn: Mr. and I and! Mrs H. Swingle-hurst and 3 p.m. the indifference of parents to me 1 he medical section of the organization Harbor Estates Ma ,ape4ua. Long EVERY TIME A FOREST
Mrs. Andy Padova. Mr and Mrs I Mrs Linna Brooks of Angola Sixty members heard guest t A dessert-card heldby mental health needs of some children welcomed a new member Island, are.guests of Mr and Mrs
Hoffman. Mr and Mrs. W. Wright. I N-._YLet's .- VVucrm speakers, Dean Tooker Frank the Pioneer Club party at the was Horseshoe If given proper attention Mrs. R. P. Lupo, into the Richard Meyer of Coral Gardens swoafr fIRE STRIKES,
and Mrs Isabel Evans talk group
disturbed children could he
the Issues Point clubhouse on Wednes many Mr and Mrs. Herman Rave and
on in Martin County,
conditions and how they might be day, April I I. Hostess for the day adjusted, she said Mr. and "Mrs. W. E. Rice Jr mother Mrs Anna Kane who are I II + YOU
s improved. was Mrs Anthony Viclor. The members reported on the' have been hosting their cousin. I staying in Hollywood, visited with

The Association/ is planning to Door prizes were won by Mrs recent fair and the success of their John., Henderson the Carl Rydells of Coral Gardens I I I GET BURNEDANNOUNCING
booth. Two girls from Port Salerno
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Herbert Hanagin and Mrs. Walter --- -------
hold a card party on May 5 and! Bootmann. Table prizes wentto will be picked as recipients

further later date.details will be given& at a I Mrs T. W. Cook Mrs IA, A. of a 4-H scholarship: which will

I Whiticar, Mrs W. Carr, Mrs. M. W send them to summer camp at
I Hale, Mrs. J. K. Thomson, Mrs. Lake Placid
We regret to learn( that Karen I James H. Brown and Dorothy i This was the last t meeting until'''
and Mark Corsclli, grandchildren : Breslav. next October.
of Mr. and Mrs William Papa,
Return Expononcecf, CdpobUSPESSARD contracted measles while vacationing Others attending were: Mrs I
Amy Rodenbaugh, Mrs. Edwin
Pioneer Center
1. h with their parents at the
L.. I I Godfrey. Mrs. Elliott Rice Mrs.
Papa residence on Candy Lane.
Program Explained r
Anton Mciglcr, Mrs. John Hinke
,
We wish them a speedy I
recovery ...
HOLLANDTO Mrs C. Conrad, Mrs Lillian Slater I
and much pleasanter memories to : On Thursday night, the Pioneer'
take home. Mrs. George Fritz, Mrs. J. H. I
I Occupational Center on Fifth i
I Whitlicld, Mrs. Margaret Kahn
THE UNITED STATES SENATE ,, ,, Mrs. C Kopystccky, Mrs F. Street held a meeting for the members GI

"1 want to .sp.Ns my ; .;: nPISSAAD /IOtLAND Is Sngw r Galsch, Mrs. H. Kafafian. Mrs R. of the Martin County Retarded
In nor balsa obi. N.mb.r .1 Ma S.nat. Ali.trav.l E. Decker Mrs. L C. rowbridgc.. Children's I Association and I
COIIllUntlv during 111,e p..priall.nl C.Ut." .. guests to explain the to
j Mrs. Holden Mrs. program
Pauline
,t ,.... rate George ,
campaign thmughaut t onto. M.mb.r.f I Mnnaud.al V. them
; V Bloom and Mrs. C. J. Zihlman
Stab In b.halt .f can. .nd Spans Satiate C.mmit. tiv.e OHi dt I 4d
dldaev for u..t.obn 01 your ... Ray Radtke director ot the
I United Stal.1 So.cIIor, but S ta.mkN.f: "Ilia' S.n.t. Apt VFW Auxiliary school said they are planning to
h.t at Ih'l' c.Uk' ....,od M our. and. Arens c_ Enjoy Sportfkhingr hold an "open house" in the near
.. would not be w.... to loa. min.., on the Holds InitiationThe I future for individual residents and
Washington end haw Bondi Cruiser "LINDV to the
Mmb.r" .f J.ln' C.ltt.e" organizations give publica
not lips.lusts 4 in Congress As .n Nducll.. .f n.n..nll.1 Summer Rain $50 Veterans of Foreign/ Wars chance to observe! the program
I a Day
$ might
your "0' t.notor '
"tI.al up.ndaurn. Auxiliary met Wednesday! evening at work. d 'etft
paint out Jhot a Inlt..nea
and thi ,pow.r of an Indnldu.l' M.mb.r.5 tb. Sm.i. bum. Capt Toley Engtbrttotn April I I. at the Golden Gate clubhouse Many tests are given to reveal
Sunnier: ii v.ry lwg.ly d.. .rma: + S.rina, C.mmin._ .. PORT I.u.ERNO with Mrs. Dorothy Burke I the capabilities of the individual
.Tlondo .. .
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'ormlned the ha
bV Wa0RITY 5..i.' Ho".nd A.s 1000. presidirrg. and to find out what 'work Is best ; T&Jfc
"
Ital .".,.eI. .,hv.iy" N.pono/bl./ fur th.Sp Mrs. Katherine Keeling of Hibiscus suited to his needs. There is still
OIIONI Hollanelll now IOIV' .h.nn.iting"' of Hundmd..5Ina
/ Park was Initiated as a need for tools and the
a
/ Pita lath par o. a memb.r Million. mf o.it.n .f, 'otl.ot great
; Ih. Unllod Stain Sonat. .ral Funds ....Un. suns ., new memher, school could use cleaning equip.
Iran" Ronda and h. U 6th th.s.nda .f I.bs which InM Hostess for the night was Mrs. ment such as pails mops sponges CHUCKS STANDARD
!
th..rdw.l,Smietity, In flu tune b.n.hM IS..nn.myD.mocroic.mbaahtp IiI i Margaret Kahn. and the like. Please bring anythingyou
.f Ihe .f, ...., .n. I. tho nor.Small. Mrs. Jean Moran won I h e may have to the school where
S'a''. ., .rlda.. "dark' horse." it will be much appreciated.
SERVICEIS
JACK'S GULF CTKMBER STRESSES: CIVIC ORGANIZATION

STATION ATTKNOANCE: : GETS IIKATIR, HELL

The Chamber of Commerce will The Civic Association held Us SOLELY OWNED AND OPERATED BY
All Sory--! Guaranteed meet at 8 on Thursday evening at April meeting Thursday eveningat .

Jack Saunderson, Owner the firehouse. Members are urged the civic center where a new .
AlA Port Salerno. AT 7-2028 to attend to improve on recent larger hot water heater and well CHARLES M. STILLWELL
small attendance. have been added.
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The dock work. too. is almost
completed, and the committee was

praised for its work. TOWING I ANl1 ROAD
There will be a final business
Elect
Nominate and IIIONE
meeting in May before the association SERVICE
adjourns until October. Barbeque Open 7 days a week P CHUCKeS; M.ch..le AT 7.5019

dinners will not be held un- 7 a.m. 8:30 pm Duir I'OR SALERNOlfyou're
til next fall, but it was decided
J to continue covered dish dinners

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Canned i: w"'iT"a/ (CHICK PEAS RED KIDNEY BEANS 22CANI 390Lb.

I e wHA 7 $ 1v0 1A RAIOR IADES 89c WHITE CANELLINI BEANS '. .......- :::: 2 A 49o
11/ 3
R ra urp s Can Ea. Lykes' Sugar Meat CreekAll 39c -''. LENTIL, MINESTRONE SOUP 2 Coo# 49<

"Piece Only" LB. SPAGHETTI SAUCE With Meal or Mushroom.. 4 'W, '1
W.D Brand U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. 18.20 Lb. Avg. Tom FREE EXTRA RAVIOLI With MEAT .... .,,IWfc t,. 390

.U..IM" "Wholoir Half", 3 5 Li REDI-flAVORED BREAD (CRUMBS .:::: mwt 29c

Lb. C ; : m PROGRESSO TUSCAN PEPPERS ..,::.._____??? 310BUY

YOUR FAVORITE TURKEY PARTS esnn.STAIMPS MARINARA SAUCE...... .....,.mu.. 2 tAW49o
Drumsticks LB. 29< Thighs. 39* Breast' u. 6Back? & Neck L..19 HG'BARS' OLIVE
49C QT. QQC GAL. $349
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Super-brand Cottage Cheese 2S with hse 1-Lb.Sremps Cup 29* ;XJwEcJ; p' 55* N, II 1 OIL CAN jfj'' CAM

CHEF'S DELIGHT CHEESE FOOD----------LB. LOAF 49 ""- HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY COOKIES or DUTCH MAID TOASTED COOKIES.Ilr.rAp 43c

FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES FROZEN FOOD DOLLAR SALE .
BRINGYOURAJAXCLEAN
Extra Fancy Western Golden Holly
l.ETTUC E 2 H :: 29C Rich's ORANGE CONCENTRATE 6.0. ..? 4 tool S SWEEP_ _COUPONS' _HERE_ !_

U.S. No. 1 Whit CHOCOLATE E ECLAIRS 3 Large Giant
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1 10 Lb. 49' sager or cn i ..
POTATOES Bag MORIOH'S 3 p"I!..I Pkg. Btl;
DONUTS 18., ... wr'" lag ; ;

ORANGES, VALENCIAS S Lbs. 49 ORIGINAL PIZZA PIE 7-01..111 4 for 31 i It69\

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THE STUART (Ha.) NEttS Thursday. April 9. 1964PALM !, the office and see at fir..) hand Dr. and Mrs. Bost PERSONLS: ; : 'BY Tilt urn her is
I OF HbMOR stem yout new n
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J r IL--J -- I from the Mewl! Apartments 0 n 815390627 .
addreMtng including Zip Codes. From Jamaica Stay I Mrs Rkhard R Sleenberg makma
i I prosperity
First Street to Fourteenth Street.{ ; business
I 1 CITY NEWS Dead letters were explained Each I BETTY LARSEN of St. Paul. Minn. knowing the possible more investments, we
I student had a chal1oQ4t to ask ques- Dr. and Mrs George Boot who Mrs Jcs iI. Butted had the misfortune rmpolldat editor's aversion to "everythinggoing able to announce even longer
MRS. ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-9582 flans and many of the services of left here Jan I 16 for Ocho Rios. I to fall and break: her knee by the number* sent him numbers"aro
the post office were explained Jamaica as fraternal workers I while in the yard of her sister's J I L a formal card this weak m which;
"They were a fine group and from the United I PretytcrianChurch I homo Mrs. Lena Feigcl She ia "The Telephone Company announces of
wry wefl behaved. It was a pleasure USA, will I arrive horn patient in Martin Memorial Hospital Civic Club Holds that in accordance with In 1959 the average income
Mrs. Crawford's Third Grade to have them" commentedMrs April ,14Word I farm families was SI.228. com
Sanders. with S4 7 0 for rural non-
I "I'm" sure with their wa received that they pared
new understanding{ of the inside left Ocho Rio March 31 for Kingston I Mrs Elizabeth Huston, Mrs. Supper, Meeting This was their first visit/ to Florida, farm and $6.166 for urban families
Tours Palm City Post Office workings of the post office they to hoard the federal Palm," I Clara Cooper and Mrs, Marvin and they enjoyed it a great deal .
will make fine patrons of the fu for ten days rent and relaxation. I Fldrcdgo have all been patientsin Fifty-six attended a potluck supper I
Member of Mn. cr a w ford', student mailed the letter which he taro" There will be stops at five island '' Martin Memorial Hospital but and business meeting at Rio
third grade class!, accompanied by had previously written as part of Those making the lour included: and they will I kind at Barhiultn on are home now Civic Club on Thursday, April 2 I 1
Principal Roger Chancey made a his school: assignments' Then Post, Judy lindley Parker Williams, April 10 for a three-day stay 'I Mrs Connie Baxlejr has returned Devotions were given by Alexander '"
I field trip by bus to the Palm City master Ethna J. Sanders collected Lewis Marshall Danny Coh e, From there they will take a planeto to the home of her daughter, Wilson Visitor greeted ,r'
Post Office Thursday afternoon the previously issued "official LD." Gary Webh, Kenneth thallaftcin. !St. ('roix: and come from there ; Mrs. Andy Zglimcki, after spending were Air. and Mr. Charles Pierce ,
After purchasing a stamp each cards and :let each student tour Tommy Van Tulnen Danny home. several week in Daytona of Meadvllle, Pat i Mr. and Mrs.
Brown, Bohhy Robertson, Buddy I Beach. Ray Everett of Fredonia N. Y.:
Jones, Karla Kirkharl, !Irene Cas* Women's Fellowship ; Mrs. M Wilkinson of Greenfield.
i Ira Sherry Murphy, Bethany Temple I Mr and Mrs. I. C Sailors and Mas*., and! George Wilson of Mil-I
Need Money SeeGLEN'S I John Purvis, Debra Moore Needs Sewing Scraps :i family Riviera Beach, and Mrs, ford Conn ck < "1
Gloria Camarillo, GUI I Schermer- Aleme Scone were guests Sundayof Following the supper a business
TRADING POST : horn, Peggy Gregory, Lyle Ymg- The Women' Fellowship of the :I the Mark Bakers, They enjoyed meeting wa called to orJer by
lint, Clay Garrett, Alice Reynolds, Congregational Church met Wednesday ; a waffle supper President Jack Shomer. Reports
Dchhie DcSlcfano, Tommy Me- April I, to cut and sew
lobe Sound Fla. i I were given on the special card
Clung, Patricia Guldens, Mike i blocks for baby quilts as a wcl Miss Mabc! Pinney and Mrs party for Martin Memorial Hospital
Route 1, On} U.S. 1 Grier, Andy Watts, Joyce Austin, fare project I I Leona Smith left Saturday. Mrs, and the supper for a special .
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Smith will in Washington, D .
and David Clark stop F al
We Buy Sell Tract After a picnic lunch, a business heart fund.
I C vlmt relative Miss Pinney
Owns Tools =: Furniture Appliance meeting wan conducted by the I I to The regular card panic have
Glen Rock, N i ,
Anything of Value Jacob Jacobson Brooklyn, N pre ident, Mrs. Barbara Kozelka ', travels on to been resumed, the ntxt will !be on I 1. ,
Y., who /has "been a visitor of the Officers were elected for the coming for a few days before sailing for April 21 l
Glen Stinson Phone 546-9583 O. B. CadwelU for several weeks, year and will be installed in I Holland for two months The next meeting and potluck
hat returned to hit home Me and May. I i MS. and Mrs. Fred ta tonI supper will be May 1 at 6 p.m. PROMPTNESS r.
-- - -- -- Mrs. Cadwcll aro eou.ine, Piece goods for backing and I Waynesboro, ft., and Mr, and) The committee for Thursday ta,.
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keeps tor blocks are needed If I Mrs Palmer Pinney, Upper Mont- wa Mr. John Roman hostess, assisted
you have; name and wish to dO-I'' clair, N. J., were recent Visitors by Mrs. Alex Lund, Mrs.
nate, please leave them at t ,, of the Harold Pinncys of Dafiforth Frank Rauwald, Mr. Emil Back-
home of( Mrs. Myrlen Mead I Cove man, Mr. Alexander Wilson' and When you're in a hurry, it's good to know
I I I Mrs Charlet Zajic,
Miss Myrna Mead,. student at that your druggist can be depended uponto
CottgregationalistsTo the University of Florida, Gaines RID PERSONALS fill prescription as promptly as
your
DO YOU WANT Hold Workshop ville, was home for Easter with
her parents, the Myrlen Meads. Mr and Mrs Thure Luthman possible and always right to the letter!
On Apnr 10 the spring District of Worcester, Mass, have returned
Mrs. Haldred Breckon sons, Mi
home after spending four
Workshop of the Florida
meeting
United Church of Christ Women'sFellowship chael and Karl, Youngstown: months at Periwinkle Cottages STUART DRUG CORP.
Y arrived Easter weekend to F
TO HELP will be held at the I spend several weeks with her par Mr and Mrs Hubert Klein en -'
First Congregational Church, Luke YOUR REX ALL STORE AT 7-1822
Worth I ents, the Roy Breckons in St tertained Mr. and Mrs Edward .+ 11

Those attending from Palm City I Lucie Vista Stone and Mr. and Mr. Joe Hale u __ __ __ __ _. ___ n___
will be: Mrs Myrlen Mead, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Charles Joyeu-
Mark Baker, Mm. Charles Rowe, saz, Jacksonville, were weekend
MARTIN COUNTY? Lane Mrs Judson Minear and Mrs S. guests of the Travis Stones

Andy Zglmicki spent a few days
in Tampa and Tallahassee., lat
Rev Loys Frink week. r t ?, r ,

Is Pro Tern PastorRev Mr and Mrt. Thomas Wood, ,, ''t ,

THEN READ THISThe Henry Tatum conducted Mr and Mrs Norman Wood and
family and Mr and Mrs. Peyot,
a revival in Auburndale this pa'tweek.
Danforth Cove, have returnedto
While he was away Rev Camp View Farm, Waterford, .
Loys Frink held services m the Conn ,3,3.a
Baptist t Chapel.

Citizen's; Committee; of Martin County calls to your The junior boys' Sunday school Gordon S. Hill, Panama City,
class had a wiener roast following was an overnight guest of the Andy
attentionacts which+ we believe will convince you that the RA meeting Monday night Zglimckis last week.

:. as a voter and taxpayer you have not had proper representation at for the keeping chapel their This quarterlies was a reward for Mrs. Clara Jerome was called '.

i by your commissioners now runningor/ re three months to in-law Phoenix there, is Ariz hospitalized Her daughter

: election. CIVIL DFFFNSE MFEfS Mr and Mrs. Pryor GiUiard

: Palm City Civil Defense met and family were called Monday
1. Nothing constructive has been done by our Monday. March 10 at the homeof to Wauthula His father M gravely
Mrs Myrlcn Mead with nine ill.

commissioners to correct the contamination of present A discussion was held Butch Moody, son of Mr. and
several
concerning proposed
Mrs Ed Kirkhart, has had a bout
changes in the .system. I with pneumonia He Is better now. .. FOR CONTINUED ORDERLY GROWTH
Martin
: County Water Ways. Winston Xwgling, director, is bursnU'confrned1 to his home I
concerned that no few are interested
The next meeting will he on Mr and Mrs Travis Stone spent

: 2. The previous custom of rotating the commission April 21.InRll11H. with Easter relatives.weekend I n Jacksonville AND PROGRESS IN MARTIN COUNTY

: V CELEBRATION Mr amt Mrs let Butts spent
has been abandoned
i chairmanship: to a Mr. Aleme Senne celebrated Easter In Altoona and Ocala National
her birthday Tuesday, March 31, Forest with theft ton, Edwin \! Re-Elect
: one man rule.I with a get-together I with friends, and family.
Mr
Murk Baker failed I friends
White, To, and
and neighbors to let them know Mrs Anita eon

; 3. We are against the closing of any access road xforehand of Mrs Sennc', and was home at the fo greet door :I Easter grandson in, Miami Rocky visiting Langston.relatives.spent John F. (Jack) Saunderson

: theft when they called to wish Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanders
to any water way in Martin County without a Stone a happy birthday, MM. .Pet. attended the District 4 meeting of
er Kochan baked her a cake I National Association of Postmasters MARTIN
COUNTY COMlfISSIONERDISTRICT
Mrs Senne was surprised and at tM CIcwiston Inn Sunday
: referendum by the voters of the county. delighted by the thirty-five guests afternoon and the dedication of
whet culled the 3DElfOCRATIC
during evening.BIRHHMY the lobe Sound Post Office on

; 4. The County Commission should be assured FOR FDDIE PARTY KIRKHARFEddie IIFLI Saturday.There were I- 4IS books [ PRIMARY -1 MAY 5th

: that Palm each County will proceed with the Kirkhart, son of Mr and I' published last year in the United (Paid Political Advertisement)
Mrs Ed Kirkhart. Second Street, States. Of this total, 7,822 wen
nonfiction. .''*'" j
celebrated his sixth birthday with "
: last link of the Pratt Whitney Road by getting twelve March 30Games little. friends on Monday, i


a firm commitment before spending $$210,000 were favors were for each.played The and greatest there t ME CEWDABIES: SUCCESS.CARS OFJ641
delight was his cake in the form
of of an Faster Bunny
our tax money. Eddie received 'several gifts and
fun was had by all.

5. We lament the failure of the District Com MFF1ING TIME C1I4NCFD

The lunior-luniot High Fellowship '

missioner who represents the Hobe Sound area which of has the Congregational been meeting at Church the


i to live up to his public promise to provide adequate church will now every meet Sunday at 3:10 nt each 6:30 Wednesday p.m., a.'n

afternoon ', t; j s l t '

beach facilities f for the Hobe Sound area. SFA GATE 1IVRBOR NFWS

Mr and Mrs Robert L Rose

6. We are in favor of the breakup of the old en have aboard returned their boat to ,Beaufort."Falcon."S. Mr C..,


trenched political machine of Martin County.Keep and them. Mrs and Walter arrived Homer back here went Sunday with


Mr and Mrs Allen Moore have
Watch For Further Details. returned to their home in Long in
Island, N Y We have designs to get you our powerOur


In Order To Correct These Abuses, Vote For: her Mrs daughter Daisy m Bishop Hernando iv! visiting before

returning to Virginia. __
CHRIS KALB DISTRICT 1I 1 engineer tree wly group( of(uyi wlio spend most of their timt With the Polara 500)you arent baked(In on I certain angina. You can
Smokey SoyaCareleeaaeul .. dreaming up ways 10 wil your approval Tlk the Dodge Polar.500. choose from standard 311 cu in. VS up to a street-version of our

/as'1 fit kttiur.x You'd 6e hint.pressed nnd I CM that's got more going for you. walloping all.out 426 cu in RamcharjerVS.Compromise? Nope We
I JOHN MacARTHUR, DISTRICT 3LFT'S UOABNNI Deeply-padded, contour-formed bucket seats All-vinyl upholstery just feel that a freedom of choice is the surest road to your ipproval.

,,,wMY DeItaptgtral Sill..lo-siN eatptttaf. Padded dart Center console. And tots of other Theft our way of doing business-giving you tots of car and lots
the half of It satisfaction at a price that's hard to quarrel with.
ButOtara only
trimmings.
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IIA'F. A C11ANGF. 7uRN TNt Perhaps our approacl to pom' will further Illustrate the point. Your Dodge Dealer will be glad to demonstrate the point!
.yI, wooos ti


THE MARTIN COUNTY CITIZENS' 7.r. fi 'E4 I Badge eIOIGI


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COMMITTEE _
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, M nn 1 Special/ This II\ eek! "SlPKR-RKiHT" SHORT SHANK SMOKED(
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1 ..Ocean Mn. Rosy Breeze Enflcld, Correspond Park News P I C N I C S Whole Plrnk-M. or Half 6 Sliced to Ih.8-lh.35c 29.t C


0- ---- .. averageLB ::


Camera Club Quits . .

I It ii li; Special Tins Week! ''StIPER-RIGIIT" HEAVY WESTERN HREF CHUCK I

Until Next November l%+I i


In spite of the fact that winter to be together again next Novem C
visitors are leaving daily for the her ROAST.round 59
orth, ths Ocean Breeze Camera .
.'luh continue have
to record attendances Mr. and Mrs. Lafey Roberts :
for this time of year. .
have left for home after visiting
Since Thursday April 2 was Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Findlay
he final meeting for this season, Check and Compare
the entertainment was of a different Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cheerier u
"SUPER-RIGHT1 IRISH WEST: VA SEMI: BONFI ESS'
Acm R.fuUi Cp.tlllv -
nature Through the efforts of have returned to their home in Prh frktC
{Arthur Marland, three 16milli. Wisconsin after spending the winter Shipped Grade \ t'l'ethhole HAM
Ground Beef
sound movie films
\jnieter were obtained in the park Jr69cROAST
and enjoyed by the gather- FRYERS 35c 39c
'' Its u.s. (11'F.) BOTTOM
ng Gay Camak hud a tea at home
net JlofJte Sale!
"Rendezvous On the Reefs" is Wednesday afternoon for her lender Sliced Beef .. 79c
an outstanding reproduction of neighborhood iricnds, 3 lb p k g. 98 c 8" tu, Can' I'nlll 'O\'lItall
undersea life on the Bahama reef. LIVER lb.49c 59c
I RFSII DRESSED K1NGIISII ,
V retired American married! con. Don Teal I was I taken! to Martin MSb oO" 'an Blended rm
>le claims to have spent 2,000 Memorial Wednesday night in an Grade A Quick Fro/rn STEAKS 45c s'oa. ('p.S.asoned: Green Brans
tours under water, during which emergency, was operated on for ROASTI lh. IhoO., ('on \.(. Shred Paschal
'''time they became friendly with a appendicitis, and is doing nicely. HENS ,, 45c 49c JOHN'SFILLETS IRO/FN HADDOCK 1-0., Can Stewed TomuUM/
'large variety of fishes including a
[fug grouper a barracuda and a I Mrs I.coba Fischer entertained I lean Center ('II'' Pork 1411. 49c 1140fll.\ .. thole Ilea : :
hark.. The grouper submitted toeing several friends at games at her Pi* t
}petted and stroked! and justveil I I cabana afternoon.on Fifth Street. Thursday CHOPS Ih.85c 89c always choice CAP'N JOHN'S FRO/EN: "FRIFD7oz.' Atls Fm I

it. Members of the club plan Smoked Slab PieceBACON Western Ib. 69 Muhh ur CONS 'I' f
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Piccard eSCALLOPS 45c
have been visiting at Sanibel )Island 43c 49c beef pkg 'Em only f
f PURL AND KNIT ClUB for several days. lb.
[;ENTERTAINS INSlRttTOR: '
t Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Keith are Choice Grade Top ,
The Purl and Knit Club had
FLA.GHADEALARGh
|. luncheon at the Riviera in Vero occupying the Houchin's mobile ROUND Ih.89c $119
,
home on Sixth Street for everalwee.s. _
Beach Thursday in honor of their 'e
!
I instructor for the season. They] ..
95c"
inniEGGS 2
presented her, Mrs Freda Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Luther T. Weeksare I r-; : doz.
kin with a corsage and a gift in spending a few days in Key
[appreciation of her splendid servo West, visiting Commander and I II & << PIAID : ::;;:s::\\1 Our Own Tea SpccIl11Ii
flees.' Mrs. H. C. Bcnoit. JANE: PARKER DELICIOUS: LEMON
6 Those attending were: Freda I Ii;! STAMPS "I Special )\\\j\;
The has been saddened
park
'eterkin, Nellie Cook, Eloise Hoyt, the sudden death of Dr. Charles by :la With tab Coupon and pure.... of I 111..lh i :i*, TEA BAGS
Winifred ,
Berkley Lila Rettinger 6 P I E :. 39c
Stella Olinger, Nellie Jackson, Aiken, who has spent many win. Cant Any Variety Ann Pale I :,
[Trudy Gordon Margaret Johnson, ters here with his wife. They are BAKU) 1-Ib. w/\ I CaCll I IlfMI ; ;:a:!
Eva Schroeder Mary Stiles and from Independence Mo., and he I. BEANS 6 cane C I ,:;,,:.':
Dorothy Geebin. Afterwards they was former; President i Truman's I Co.dlhruSol..Ap.II. Ml. 4-11-64 Ii :! NO LIMIT FLORIDA CRYSTAL
dentist Mrs. Aiken left with the I I" New Low Price .. ,. 48 ct,
afternoon of I
enjoyed an shopping.
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TiX: body for Independence on Sunday. ;IIrHTlf'.. .,...__ _!'!_...''___ _vnnmiM._.._________ r i;:: :i 8 C II 'k.c 40cyu.yA.wparwrl
BRIDGE CLUB WINNERS Mr. and Mrs. O'Mara were I r.-u------i-u.--------------- SUGAR 5&59c f::: : 1a6e1
''' hosts to friends from their home : :.: f*" :
The Friday Afternoon Duplicate state of New York on Thursday' 1 ( \
Bridge Club met at Clement for luncheon and cards. The guests &b t< PtA1Duli : .
Ifall Md.SA4Aws
with ten tables playing.' Prizes
were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kenline, .
fwent to: North and South, first, Mrs. Charles Davis Mrs. Dorothy STAMPS li! SANTA CLARAPRUNE :

I'Ethel Wilmott and Otto Chihasz, ; McCall, Mrs. John Thomas and With tbl. Coupon .nd pun*... ..1Applun
[second Mr. and Mrs. Mathei and
[third, Ness Moore and Roxy En- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dorsham. I I Way Regular I JUICE ss: 29o :
I field; East and West, first, Myrt Mrs. Marcia entertained the All : PIZZA UVi-oz. 4JC !I '
Huntington and Sam Easy; second, State Bridge Club on Monday MIX pkg.! I GENES': i :
Bowen and Morash, and third, l.c- ernoon. The winners were aft.'I'I ,- C..dthrua.t.AyrI5, Ml. 4-11-64 : i '
morel,. Bates and Alva Scott. Chihasz, Alva Scott Betty Bowen I
t ,, and Alice Woolscy.A I t .:. .t .:. .:_ ;; .:. !! J \VIIIIE DKAUTV. SPKIAL: t'EAIURK: Sicclul| June Pitrkcr! Gold or Marble :! :

I,PERSONALS/ 1r. and Mn. Bill Krowar have | get-together at Marge O'Mara1 dessert' bridge Tuesday washed I I r.iirii i iiiii --"1 Shortening 3 :149c: Pound Cakelll. 9 Ina; 49c PEER l i I :

their guests their granddaughter afternoon. Attending were: Cecile I 1k" .
PLAID WilliE HOUSE: INH\NI' SPECIAL! JANE \ -RDryMilk j. i
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and husband, Dr. and Mrs. Harlow Florence Tienken, Josepliint'WoertnB.'A'lva '"' 25r.IYn .
Glenn Aukermln: ftomCotuntlnif/ Scott" PeffiT s ,:!' STAMPS "- -S79c; Blueberry PieIt I' 493II.P. C wart "" l lIs 1 :
I Ohio He is graduating from Ohio Burke Trudy Chihusz. Lenore : ; 2 1 .;
tate College in June and she Bates, Mary Goldbeck, Mary Wall With Ihlo Mn.C.UPOR Filbert and euroh..e ., 4CYCLECOUNIR\ DOV' J.PECIAU J.iNEPARKER: N'n hot ,3et !I: .
Is supervisor of X-ray technicians and Chloe Malhcs.
i a \HIPPED '.Ib.: jl I t :
Fat University Hospital. Mr. and Mrs Jim Pethcn celebrated MARGARINE. 31 C Lawn Mowers $4995., Glazed Donuts t ..f'7I39cNEW : i

V f Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Nae Charles Calder Lord spent and anniversary their on fifty-second Saturday. wedding 1M Good thru S.t.Apr II.. : 4114 I .: := m Jif: !11i.T71,. :

Thursday in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bussell returned !!I.... !!'_"_!'!: _. CROP ..'t.J :
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drier have from a visit to Lake Worth
[left for their home in New York and visited her parents Mr. and ----n4 i 1
State En will Mrs. Heal, before I FRESH I TliNDKH
route they meet going on to r

[visit their their son in daughter.Philadelphia and also I their Mr.home and in Mrs.London Bill Oiling, N H.have !I N zSrtrp ii&l1 CANTALOUPES 3 for 8ge I ASPARAGUS I j;

Quite a few persons from the lust arrived from their home in j I 11 I
f park have joined the new Christian Minneapolis, Minn, for several With TI.I. COUPM ml Punh. .( LARGE FIRM I.:
Church that is now established in weeks' stay in the park. Betty ('
[the old Community Church building PIE CRUST Mb.I ki:45c.1: I I 29c I
[ arrived Mr. and for Mrs a two Louie weeks'Kraft stay have in i MIX :: I CUCUMBERSPLAID 3 for 19c lb. I

Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNahb their mobile home on Fifth Street. Goal thru S.I.Apr.\I 1 ML 4-1 1-M I ;
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I[supervised forty-two persons a nice )last jungle Thursday.trip for Their home is Mcchanicsburg, Pa. !.._..__.._______.____.___________.______:: "LBMONADIi TIMIJ" :,
They left the park at 3 and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dryer have I -
p.m.
I[arrived home at about 2 a.m. Everyone been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orville :
was pleased with all the )eem. They art from Reading, ; &; Ilrr ILEMONSljWltlatbl.C.andpurcloaI
| sights,, the dinner and the boat ride Mich.Mr. 1OO EXTRA I i

Mrs. Ada Urry has purchaseda and Mrs AI Wickes have STAMP?
cabana at Sixth and Pepper and left for their home in New Jersey, I doz. 29c I f.E f.:
and will western tour for
| is at home there to her friends go on a
of the before Gold Medal Plain orSFLFRISI.NG STAMPS
part summer returning PLAID
Mrs. Ethel Wilmott has returned |10 their home here in the fall. |b. L .,.?!. _I IPUkl. I :
5 59c
to her home in Ohio after I FLOUR bug :
spending thee winter here. PAINTING: NETS $932 Good thru lit.Apr.11, ML 4-11- 4 With this coupon and the purchase of any 3 of the Pakh Hamburger Sllctd 22.ud,
Mrs Willis Cadwell entertained FOR AMBULANCE FUND f J Produce Items listed below/ DILL PKKI.KSFtllwik :' ,.... '" ." .llI 33c :

her bridge club Monday afternoon Dr. Rolf en is the new owner of ......-.+.-.-.-.-.+.+..-.-....-.-.-.-.::.--.-.-... \V lrr Gruimd J.Ib. :
the
painting donated by M r I. 29 c.
29c
after the club members had met 3-LB. BAG YELLOW ONIONS . . CORN MEAT.----------------- beg
Gertrude Myers, for the benefit
lunch.at the They Outrigger were: Restaurant Mrs. Willis Cad.for of the Jensen' Area Samaritans 5LB. BAG FLORIDA ORANGES . . 59c SunthlneVANILLA 12..11. '
ambulance maintenance fund. PLAIDSTAMPS "" WAFERS .. .... 29c ,
well, Mrs. William Bcssamer Mrs. 2 Gzta" 5-LB. BAG FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT I . 55c d. 615.pkg
The
painting brought $451.75.anll ..
Max Smith Mrs. Luther Weeks IJttI l Mimle I.Il/h.M.
Mrs AI Wickes, Mrs Charles Enfield with $300 added by the Hokes, 3-L8. IAG"IN', 'SAI> APPLES . . . 49c (HUNK 'UNA/ ..3 $1 00 'N

Ray,Scameh Mr, Vick rn.Sackett Prizes and went Mri.t to,l a and total$175 of by$932.75 other park was residents given \to, With A11. CPwpe.Garlic ud Purchu or ( 10-LB, BAG WHITE I POTATOES . . . 55c I I Burdens Instant "" run.

the Samaritans.HARVEY'S. SALTY 3M-OZ. 19c COUPON COOn THROUGH APRIL II MASIHD. POTATOES .. .... pkg.25c
Mrs. Wickes, Mrs Bessamcr and bottle
Mrs. Scamehorn. Good Wrr a.t,Apr 11. ML 411M71RM
Sari Only Phi f Stamp* PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD

Jr.Mr.from and Claymont).fit. ,John Del., are McNabb visit s............................ ---, Np. .Oet Fine Gifts firtat TIIRU SATURDAY APRIL II

ing Mr. and Mri. Jack McNabb. Ina (.IA?Anawae a PAepe, Ins cNPASdY, me, Open 8:30: to 6:30:

Mrs. Mary Schlagel bas return. Tcrfevl with Pork Irma pray Laundry BleuthClorox LiMlcr C'rtimShampoo Mon. thru Thurs. '.
ed to hey home in Thompsontown r ,
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nt7"G.4 i
Pa., after spending the winter. Cranberry Sauce I 8:30: to 9 Friday'

here.Mrs.. James Blyth and Mrs. 29c gale 43c .: $1 00 8:30 to 7 Saturday :

Douglas Blytk have gone to Detroit \I. i
and James Blyth will leave
a hospital in West Palm Beach' La Chojr Meatless Nine Uve Dtltrjrnt ( off label)) Detergent (Sc off label I) Liquid Delergente

Mich.and fly to his home in Detroit, :O"cl a ".AV1 Chop Suey Cat Food Surf; Rinso Blue Lui[ ujd Wisk ,


Mn. Beatrice Barrett from Dor .-Ib. 6-0 "10 re. 21...,. quart
37c 4 n. 59c 26C 28c 65c 7ScValley
chester, Mass., has arrived for a CITIES SERVICE nn eke slat size rip I
visit here. She is at present at the

cabana of her sinter, Mrs Molly VA Hwy 1 and Palm' City ... "
Butterfield, on Seventh StreetMr. Frozen Drinks Cocktail Refills Mushrooms; Dent Cream Do'F; oodIOc ;
and Mrs. Charles Hall aft. OPEN I pty'A' .r.M IUk'-l I I
.
er several weeks' May, have; r "EEK I
f- "Alsrsya Serve pint s-ozleet '.Hi-oa. glint '.Ib.
turned to their home in Honea 35c 59c 39c 2 33c
Path, S. C. AT 7-0077 can Weil ChIlled' botlle pug dl IIN'/ taM f

Miss Iva Smith bat the
spent Free Pick Up Detergent Condensed Detergent Detergent Detergent Borden Chocolate cpndy
season in the park and has left

for sister a IIi!join in Hialeab.her and Later they will her And Delivery Breeze I All I Fluffy. All Swan Liquid I Potatoes; I HersheyEts3Sc

groin then both,return viijt Wash.the to her WwW borne! '* Fair in Brem and 8 tun. until 11 p.m :: -::. 79c g33c ';:' 37 8p g 41c :kg. 49c






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s B inr! STUART f11a,1) NFN Thitewlay, Apia 9SOCIAL 146Jaoressra.AUaaalxwvrs Works for

aaaars .,s., ,. .:iw.rwusos? ,,t..sv ',.p..., I Navy Lt. R. L. Johns Is Ceramics Troop Badge


rirnwraaass Awarded Wings Assigned Girl Scout Troop No 35 is busy
NEWS working on the Ceramics Badge

I I To Newfoundland [666ti with the help of Mrs I. Elkins.
Argentia, The girls have made frcc-fom

Office, ,, AT 7.1550 MISS MARY LINDSAY, Society Editor i trays and pmcb pots! These will

_--r.+ ----_..._................ Navy Lieutenant Robert Ulan I A graduate 01 l Murlin < im be fired after the finishing \touches
; w ?a Arta"avry"arYs aa711Linda I Johns, twenty-nine,, 'son ot Mr red i I High School and a graduate o> the art put on at the next meeting.
Mrs R. Cecil Johns. 548 OhCeol.1 i University of Mississippi where I A Cadette representatives to Ca-
Goodnight and Bruce Krafl-Exchanged Street. Stuart is following I the he received a master s degree in i 1 I deto Planning Day recently were
I armed services tradition of h" geology he was active. in N.R.O T Merilee Rolhson.! Linda Volk and
'family. but he i is the first of three I C. at "Ole Miss and tor the /pasi I Cynthia Maurice. They met with
Wedding Vows at Hobe Sound Church Saturday I brothers to make it his lifetime! ) 'I' several years -before his transferto Cadettes from troops of the Palm
career Naval Aviation he was an instructor Glades Council at Camp Welaka
Miss Linda Goodnight and Lieutenant John was recently I in N.R.01 ( at the Lint( 'I I The entire troop will attend Ca
Kraft TI designated i a Naval aviator in cere-. vcrsity of New MCMCC 41 Albuquerqiic dette Field Day at Camp Welaka
Bruce exchanged wedding
vows m the Ilohe Sound Pre hy.. --ir I It I monies held at the! Naval Air Station N. M. on Saturday April I II I. The meet-
lenan Church, Saturday, March Corpus Christi\ Tex.. where A brother, Harold I Railforu ing begins at 9:30 a.m. and will
28 at 2:30 p.m. The Rev Francis his Wings of Ciold were pinnedon I Johns. Mho operates ,"I nmldir' end with a Luau at 515: pm
Dickinson performed the dou t+ by ( aptam f. K. Upham, con' supply: : business here, was the Troop No. 35 will be in chargeo
ble ring ceremony. mending officer submarine, service, m IJnII War A < an emergency preparednessevent
Mrs. Florence Lyon was organ e He received his wings approximately serving in the Southwest Pacific ,
1st for the ceremony performed eighteen months after en- campaign The Troop completed the Social .
before an altar banked with white Wring the program and six months Another brother Ronald associated e Dependability Challenge and
lilies and an arrangement of whitesnapdragona t after arriving ut Corpus Christi with his father in Johns the Hospitality Badge this past
for the advanced phase: of hi m s Funeral Home here served four winter.
pompons, chrysanthemums : CAPTAIN F. K. Upham. Commanding Officer at the Corpus
and candelabra training. years in the Navy.
The I bride is the daughter of Presently! he is en rpute. nib An uncle Harold R Johns, was Christi Naval Air Station pins 'Wings of Gold on Navy The nation has approximately
Mr, and Mrs John Mahaley: Jr his wife Judith for ttitiomnx ."i the first; volunteer and the first cas Lieutenant Robert l Johns He IS Naval Aviation Observer, 2,700.000 men and women i n
of Port Salerno and the bridegroomis Argentia. Newfoundland l. tor ,n, unit from this community: I n specializing in aerial navigation the armed forces, an Increase of
years, World War I :200000 over I960
the son of Mr. and Mrs. George .
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Kraft, Hohe Sound. 4
Given in marriage by her fathcr -
the bride wore a floor-length
gown of satin net and lace Her *
bauquct was white orchids on awhite ,
Bible with streamers. ft.... jrpw

Mist Joyce Scurry Hibiscus ; f.
Park, was muid-of-honor and Mrs
Wayne Powell, Stuart, wan matron- BACK
of.honor.
Serving as best man was Norman :
Goodnight, brother of the : "I
bride Ushers were Jerry Goodnight
brother of the bride, and! ':
Wayne Powell. '
For her daughters wedding! rJ(
Mrs. M,ihalcy chose! a pale blue
jersey dress and'wore a corsageof '
white orchids! t t "
Mrs. Kraft mother of 1 the ,; fiby
bridegroom, chose a two-piece suit ; f-.P,' 1 i"ryt4 JACK !
of blue cotton and her corsage was .. Jii n

white orchids. V .... .
A reception was held in the .
'I,; ,
church. garden following the ceremony

The bride attended,1 Martin ('oun- j'. .
ty High School anj is employedby l '
General R.F. fittings of Port % N
Salerno .
After a wedding! trip to Miami MARTIN COUNTY
and! the Keys, the couple will re.
MK AM MRS, BRUCE: kRUI
tide in the Britt Road Trailer Court. ,
photo by Ricou r fi t :

The worlds longest mountain 1 I ___ _ __ __ n a WANTS-NEEDS
range i is a submarine ridge called
the Mid!.Atlantic Cordillera Covered Local
by water averaging/ u mile in Chapter Preparing for r

depth, the range stretches It,000miles \)::: ti0
and separates the Atlantic; National Secretaries WeekThe A
i Ocean into eastern and western
basins.
-------- local chapter of the National the National Secretaries Association '

l Secretaries Association will I (International) and the Bus!- STATE SENATOR
Salon have its first monthly meeting for ness Equil'l11ent Manufacturers Association .
April on Mondiy April 13, with Secretaries Week intended
is -
colored slides and refreshments ,
All secretaries of Martin Countyare for all secretaries-NSA --
;invited/ to attend to dee uccom members und non-members as W FROM
of \
i
pushed projects reviewed well.
The club will also plan iu program In selecting this years theme i \
for Secretaries Week, which NSA officers commented! that 1
n April 1 19-2.5. with a Boss Night glorification of secretaries was .
Beauty Dinner" and! a scholarship awardto l not the desire! 1 heir aim. they! ex t MARTIN COUNTY
a Martin County H gh School plumed, is to show that "the fur. I
student (her professionalism of secretary
Belter Secretaries Mean Better ics requires us to he better than
PROFESSIONAL Business;' i is the theme of the good.! Officers stressed that a WITH
IEAUTYCARE W4 Secretaries Week skilled office force-headed by
hough officially! sponsored! by-belter.! secretaries"-is essential.
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By Local Eastern Star Group Is i MARTIN COUNTYINTERESTS

VIRGINIA KINNE Owner
Operators Attending Jacksonville Meet

FRANC: RIDDISIINLTHE AT HEART
CRIMULL: Eleven: members of Unity ('hu"1ter The! immediate past matron and I .
Na 37, Order of the Eastern Jean 's q
patron and Joe Crankshaw,
Star, Stuart. are attending the I
Now Featuring Grand Chapter of lorida, O.E.S? formerly of Stuart and now of
meetings! this week in Jackson! Jacksonville. are officially partlci-
Pedicures Villc sting in the Grand Chapler proceedings JACK H. WILLIAMSON LET'SNOMINATE
'Relaxing Facial Representing Unity are: Joe and! Jean Is serving as pageto
Ikrdic Roberts. worthy patron and l the grand matron, Irene Johns,
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matron; Ruth Weston, associate and Joe Is the ambassador! for the
matron; Percy Widsteen, associate grand matron.
Wl' ARE NOW OPEN .
I Lillian / The fifty-ninth Grand Chapterof
Hansen
patron; secretary;
MONDAY thru SATURDAY Olive Cwek trcasuicr; CcciuMie Florida OfcS? Light and AND ELECT
304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536 Greene and l Grace Slcclm, past t Harmony' Session, Is being held
matrons; and l Madeline Wtdstccn. April 6-I 11 I at the Jacksonville, Col
iseum: The Roosevelt Hotel is
meeting headquarters.The .
next! regularly staled! meet
Ing of Unity Chapter No. 7Ol .
.S.. will be' held at 8 pm
'I 1 hursday. April' 2J at the Masonic JACK H.WILLIAMSON
I Hill, Stuart t The Apr I 9 meeting: .
has been cancelled, because of the
Grand .CJiapkr.session,. 'I I he visiting .
guest of honor will he the
grand instructress for District 26,
Gladys Sullivan of Fort Pierce: .
Mrs Sullivan is the! immediate
past matron of Ruth ('hll'ler i| No
7, Fort Pierce.

Yy..'6. 6,11, Lr y.r.rnw C.mp.pwW ORCAS SUNDAY !SCHOOL
CLASS HELD Ml:LI INC.

The Dorcas class of the Firs
Baptist t Church held! Us monthly
Tempting Tasty
meeting Tuesday afternoon, March
31. at the church. Mrs. D I L. Sd
vers presided and Mrs. Charles
Butts gave the devotional.
SUBMARINESANDWICHES The new pastor Rev Forrcs
\\utkmsiindMrs l Watkins dropped
1 in to visit the class. Mrs Silvers,
served refreshments,
hostess The program chairman Mrs IN
THE 33rd DISTRICT
Charles Reynolds, presented l a musical
program Miss Susan Bray
sang two selections.! The junior
choir presented a numher of songs!
Treat Yourself to a Treat. and choruses under leadership of
Mrs with Mrs
Betty Rodger,
Charles S woo p e accompanist. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYMAY
Mrs Fred Hall and Mrs. Lowe
Eat At The Ramsey. sang a* a closing duet!
"
\\Inspiring Hope, _.__ 1

;:t. S't''" PINk1S1it1oridan 1, 5th

SNACK BASKET :
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I j PAID POUTICAL ADVERTISEMENT
US. I'AND COLORADO AU. AI 7-21SJ
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IIII'! ill VKI lllmklu) NM\S 1hnrMl >. Aped 9. 1964 I /
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+ _Dett'ml\_on_!Hight'of-tray/ :! J./for_!II 'atcr.Line:!and Road .



I $20,000,000 Residential Area MayBe I




ill Developed at South Isle Point 1



\ 'I'' I nn I n I' III liMtlenllul I ill.1.I as will is consliiMion, ol 1 I 1111' illorl (hough ..'III ul I iction lo oh. commission would coopenlicurv ,I, ii''

veli>i" ..P., i I.' i I'i' known ,1\ "I I hi' road and walci lines, would' !he lam 1 nghl""ol'.w.ihiough Scnunoli possible way lo .IIICIIII'i| I ,
I .11.' I ,'11 I Ili, south end ol t done hv the owners and dewlaps| Shores! hill a li.dei.il. 1.01111 I .it Miami ,. ohlam the necessary right niWacha .
Hush ",' i I 1".1 i\ .'''"IUnll road ,i'I trio ol, (he properly and "smut I ruled Ihul the C'IIIIIhalf no appointed! CommissiHciherl "'II' I
and( ? Ii" I i '11 ol 1 ii.I i% agreement/
Hv dimsar" n.H| >ilcd lolhci i cost the counts a dime:." it the I valid rmght-uf-aa) claim through Bruncr lo coniau I \II
K.md or his associates! and lit I''
Mann ( ",i w i\ ( ommisMon, il anicui'ii coimu can ohlam right ol-was the development( ,
l I .1 Ln In Richard tree :''i front luvhav Inc.. and! Famouth The :275! acres embrace all the ,: tempi lo arrange a meeting/ ,n, dI I,
kingc., s" i h", !,s ,isxocmlcd! with the I'I Llsl.I Kand-Mvn I vexed foundations I land soiilll ol I Scininule Shores and cuss the right-ol-way needs ,
Al the
: : lime several I weeksthai "
C hark H Hi,.,,ulsh.iu mlcrcst h ol which own Seminole Shore
t I I small tract owned hy W. B. 1 m. I the Stuurt News t first r ,
foil I I I I" .,,k, I ..1,1.In.'r, of the He suited that an ctfoil has
-eIa south cal, ,of t the i island been made to meet with Mr. Rend ion, la the SI I.ucic Inlet and inlormed of the planned deu-l,
(>> "'IlacI i "i iokl ihe commission and ..h..uIhe njihuif-w\'. (ml 'trout the ocean lo the Indian mvcr I fluent it also was inlonncd( 'that/ I
a thai' ( h. HiMunn, developer ol' that lo dale the clfoils have 'not II war ul one lime owned hl> strip ol, beach wilhm the inn, "
Ap lequi i I h I JUKI Inlet Colons been sm.ces.stul He said thai him( Hill und Don McCoy lo he given lo the cininlv teem I"
and i rh Mi in ( Uih, has 11 nmelv d.ivx ol Ihe niiKU day option! peiuxl One ol the few remaining heauutiil '- er did 'non) mention them' hisuission "
had ,. : : II : with the commission '"
dill "'1'1! ''I 11 10 licjtin development elapsed and undeveloped AllantiIniches
I II it noted the ,
was un mdevelopment ,11
plat
of r sank s KIOS, Miulh ol 1 James Al one time the counU 1II11.lc.1II lien within the pronerlv ,
Ram* s, Innkdc I ,,, shores develop I the hutch ul faints is more Ihun he gave' lo ih "
fluent i tail i I l''>Miii| the deal is prciliw.itetl '(Ihr) "leel smite and is about one mission- -. -lo-sinihDurham- -. -
s ,'II hi ol.uuv lo piovulowalci Fire mile long II is protected n.itunilKIn )
I.i 'I "liter hues and road Destroyed ("dl+clt's' Hir Keel Ann Lfndvrvsitui
tA rt access '" ill*- properly( .\ leiituie slurs ol the area i, en. IVKIVI sm\iti:
l "LII I soul the light/ .ol-wu.. Home Saturday tilled lleuchcomhing Is .1 i I ol olI 'l',Hl l.a IHrlml
I 1-1111 As I iing as You I Have I allcuch Hl"iri mnlilnic
1.11III the Dec m.. I ISIM\ r'r.r :'I'k- r mill" lirllirrr
I i'ac dcsinned the home ol Mrs issue ol I the Sliuiit News. I the I'lionr'' AI 746.17MSI
Wacha Stays Ueriie ('hI.ler"lIl'lv, Sjilurda\ stars was written caller' I the News
Poll Silcrno I lire (hief )JackSmindcrvm learned Marlm planned lo develop
As Head reported the diinuigeul the area mlo anolher lecjiiesiaIhe '"
ofCominission ahoul SMMKI( ( ) 'I exclusive new nau11fl11nlgranted
"n.lcr"11, said he Ihouyhl "n / il hccomel a realm will
collee I'ulIIS kit I on a hot stove. I I he residenliul. with minimum him i ilulions
w ; ; toiled/ over and caused ihe 1.lI'e'III '' on home development I I

lure up. starling/ Ihe lire Homes in the development piohahlv '
A III,' 10 chiingi he I orjiiim/a. Mrs (hilders, a widow h''rt.| I 1 will l he upward! 'Irom 52U.-: I IIlIltI.
tion.il .ike'up" ol I the Mjilintoiinn edly lived alone: Ihe residence: I ( ). Cieismttcr, / said An eighteenhole |r OUR() lOUMvINFor I
i ininiission 'lulled I'rtdaywhen was locuted I near Slate' Koud, 16( par three. gull course .isplanned Vmr ... .
; : : I F ill Drink
i ,1 lotion I made hy CommitMOIICI : ; and 'Si I line Avenue P\Ienuon lI i lair the steal as well asa I
WK grave LUNCH
I dwarf Miller to ilcv.iieConniii I in Tropical I armsIhrce vuchl cluh |
niter Jack \\illuiiiison to 'I trucks trout Port Salerno+ ( .'"nlC.'nu"I..'" ( huirmunI STUART DRUG CORP,
( omm > ,iMimmsion. chairm.in died' tine truant I'alm Citv, und the I lank VVucha old( deismycr the I Sl Lwa Fm.,I.. .Iall
tram I la. I k ol 1 1e"'nol.. ly truck answered thu vail.eUIIII.\\ development would he' .1 'Mann In I THa athALL rlon
Como,I ssioncr Miller told I the -...--..- M.iilin ('(anus ..011.1lIld I hi ,
coninnv in il was time ('Ol1lnll,' (OKIUKIION! I IOKMM" I
ion I h IrankViicha 10 VII) \\DIC VI'I'IH Ittttrrtttllttt. ..rttoettttl> ewal.rlI
anon stepped I i .
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<<.l dim"i and let \\ dliatntu1 m lake I
SecMiirv ol Slate torn Adams
IIIIS IS the !South Point of Hutchinson Island which the ountv Yacht basin were completed<<.l, shows Seminole Shores as a while the h"11 m.insliip; on the grounds her announced Ihe chiirlenng ul 'I
Commission was informed will he developed 'ink I v residential subdivision, with an eighteen-holc: volt course and yacht lion with mangroves and mosquito control ditches would he site i did.ic\I I'r slate senator' Ihe ll.indiciippeil. Inc I Ira W. Swi.. Turn Heads Tins Spain,, :(
club, if right-of-way for water and road can he secured through ot the new development Commission ( hmrniun \VuchuI garb president Sliiurl Purpose ol' ''
Seminole, ShoresThis i aerial, view taken he I ore buildings mil I called l I'r a second.Cominlsstuner ihe corporation i IB training and ll'itli; a Hair; Style! \$

,i -- -.. / Herbert Hniner jib counseling' lo menially a n d I
said he would second a mntion to '
individuals nil ElkayIOISKKMOMUIMJV
physically h.indicupped lj -
"1 At Devonshire Lane End open( Ihe question 'lor discussion Snhscrihern' : are Roheil! HallermunMarjone f' '. .
hut Massed"<<.1 ihe !phrase "ol'.n for / liattermun and IruV .\
discussionillnnison.
Swigarl nil of Slmirt '
\\ then told thu coin- I

I f County Votes Funds For Jupiter Seawall mission that chuirmun being it County a full tornmiHsion -time- ANNOUNCINGRFOPENING

|job and ihul he was involved in

An expenditure of $3.3K( for wall to prevent further erosion the immediate area. I Bell noted (hat the Corps of hit(point race that for he stale!would senator he to trouble'the '' MIKII.AIM: ; KINMI.S:! :

a seawall enclosing Devonshire I Mayor Hellle told Ihe commission He 'explained that if the twenty. I Engineer has indicated it plans I to give his full lime lit the chairmanship 'I John R. M.IIoI"yf1C'! .
Lane on Jupiter ]Inland<<.l, was ap- that Jupiter l Island residentsare five-loot.long wall at Devonshire to begin a study on erosion along He thanked Miller for Hoarding Day \ctk ; SaloI
proved by the Martin County Commission i building' I .IKXt leel ol seawall lane was not constructed so thaI the Hutchinson Island and Jupilei'( his thoiihlfulncsH|! Month t! uty
at a meeting friday I m the III ell .south ot Bridge the wall would be contiguous, erosion Island shores with the hope of ('ommtssioner Jack Suimdcrson"
vI A deluiuiion/ IrcMii the Tpwa.of I Rout and including county-own would soon, dig out the road getting federal funds for remedial I then suid he did not think that Obedience 1ralningGroomksi I
t. Jupiter Island headed by Mayor ed Devonshire:) lane. He said that and damage' the idjotruug'!Veawull, the commission should play :: OpuaMonday ,2GLOCEANBLI'U.. I
'" CJriscom Settle, appeared before )I Devonshire Lane would<<.l be the At the same time he asked the measure by IV66 lice with Ihe county ,. Mil RAI.1074pAL'I
the commission to ask for the sea only unprotected<<.l strip of land tofar. COml1li'MIIItu spend U2OOO( > lo Bell said he fell that the $22,000()()() \\ucha then culled for a POII.// 54(11( S. Federal Highway :' INE: M-CJNA Ihru Saturday PHONE,274451A ,
__ _____ ._-.___ .._ -I erect a seawall at the end of seawall could be delayed until that I to Miller motion. und the IVirl Plrrrt Phone 444-JJ78
Bridge'!" Road, which contains acountvottned time, or until the commission could died from luck of a second
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public beach
ask Ihe State ot Honda for emergency -I
County Commissioner Jack Williamson
told Mayor Bettle that he funds-if there are such
and the commission!! were sympathetic I lunds-lo erect a seawall He laid, 'I
I with the erosion problems that he believed such lund might I
ot the residents of Jupiter Island, be available I
hut he felt sure that the county ,
Bell advised! t h. commission
-ould not come up with enough\
money to sr project. He said it would be difficult emergency situation a 11.1 unlisi
I at this time of year to fund the !seawall .is erected contiguouswith
lr.tt *1.U)0 in the budget for the Devonshire the wall lo be built riv residents I'

) Lane project. Williamson !, then the remaining opening .
1 I I asked County Engineer Fred Bell would seriously damage what
/n.d b, r.IIY la. Governor G.mv..rn Fund for his advice. ever wall was erected He advisedthe
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commission to spend| the S3.
300 for the Devonshire Lane area
Bell also" asked the commissionto -ry
It'sBlakely's include in any motion a request FOR FULL-TIME
lor immedidle funds through the
Slate of Florida for an emergency
wall at Bridge Road. 'I 1 Ihe commission

I i At this concurred point<<.l ommissioner f :.- COUNTY JUDGE :

II Williamson asked the members i iI
Cl I( ... ... .
ARANCE the press attending the meeting to I I I I
e mak It clear to the (public that the ..........l x : i tii; i i)1.
word was 'enclosing the end .
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ol Devonshire I one with a sea ) _1IIV.IMNMIIMN.
20 ONE RACKDRESSES wall, und<< not closing DevonshireIxine '
% as a public; right: _ofway'INCOMK ;

of Practicing Attorney For 8 Years


OFF r k 4 Years As Your County Attorney

I O Attorney For Zoning( and Hoard

Dacron and Cotton Silks I I f, of Adjustment
Jerseys, ...

Pastels and Whites. 3-15 and 8-20 O FamiliarVitlt The Problems of

Values to -49.98 All famous labels it4 Martin County Q

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I II Pledged To Better Jail Facilities U
LARCH GROUPSKIRTS M
ii and Separate Detention for Juveniles A

SHORTS w A

I r Will Work fur Helter Recreational L
t
CAPRI PANTS I TAX? II I II T Facilities for Our Young People
IR I
BY 1 I THOUGHT

20 % Mr. Pants, Voyager 20 % YOU U FDEAN
( Vote For And Support
Serbin 111 '
.A MAILED IT 1

OFF pastel colors. OFF b; 1. I
Not at rough as It may Mem.I I' E

I _______.. I here's only a few percent penalty
Forgetting to renew biMir- -
DVRk DKKVSIA: I
8
OA/ OIIlUKALHIK .- )
ante polkhrs can lead to real
1 R.\HL OR OltKT Ol) 0 i '
trouble. Vs hen renewing, make

._ ..... sure la bring Insurance up lo I

Open Monday Night 'til 9 P.M. I .uhlf.home can T,cost rebuild$25fflW a $15,000 at lo-/ TOO '"
K E
djj'i prim thick with IM.
Man of Proven Public Service


Blakely's"Prestige R. JOHNSON To UK re M it.. of Hub* Sound and Inilhuilowiu Iprum. RJ.
.. COUNTY J U D G E
... Inat' tf I wn elected County Judge, Drv) .rt ...- -

AGENCY tense, and nay other Ikcium, will I bt old 1 day. each:

At Popular Prices" Realtor and Iiwuram. week In )wtr area la order to nave you" lh. king roundtrip "' ,

Into Stuart bi order to obtain time Item/. I'1 an Proven Public r
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J-C TIIE STUART (FU.) NEW Thundiu. April 9. 1964 TIIURSD VY-Continued S\TURDAY Combined !MONDAY- Continued

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COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS t Uall Iko .IMMtor 1a 1-'Io0p ;0"jr1: :. ...,..-
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12 HIghway "I'alrol" 1 10-11 World of ..... S .. Zt ........
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Jk S WPTV, 1ptb took ( | ". tp hll IPCtP. a., llaUlellM ___ -I Toanap.5.t
Ch: 7="ifiKT Mlanl (fi BC r.B.C.1 Th. Y: promt: Matfcia* *r. forntoa.Tb 1t.1I Ik* rilntatan (IOtJ loH II.. ..... '
1_WLnw.fV. Mhrnl. Alt. .. by th. i.l.rl.lon .,.,.... Tb.WT.1V MI. 80 -4 Itawlilda Wf11a.nn.IhbIgbiIts4Danan. }j
I1'I- ..... Parta MMrk art New l I. not rnponIbl* for anyABtri 5 Frartnrrd nlrltor.10U I a ; =
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S ...1-4 N... Walter rronklloM 00_ 4 Pirn Maon.. -.... BiUo: =I 10 Wart.fl.AdvMlur.'1I.oo\1oIIoh" F
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M";: -No*. (toaSt.,. Iitnht.p 11 '..". OTool BiSO, -4 Hawaii >>. 4 ....... Drake ,1-''
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10.11 Now. ,iao-..; Haul, .icolnrt 7 Outteokin I Mai Ia. Bcvmtk H.*.en" PI
(flo.... M Monitor .oxtoitt ,.00-4 U.oth Viltol n.,. DM Bhow Movlo I.
10-11 Jimmy
*"<* ,. ...... t.....i>..... ,..._.01 o lluckloliorrr Hound 10,00-4 Tk. .MUM** 14*-: MeWMIWTIOO Honuivaal 1.\,1..... I II ttnrninc'Vlaykoii: **
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.oo-t Mmrh. "UlnnMnont" 7 Mr Bllko I.' I'orry I omo SaltS) .,,21-4 Baal.
MOV*. .-.rM.....' MItrII..," Pt. IAI. Pin 1>"UI An Cron. S-7 M)' ." IhoMra I lulLS I R\OIIn1Ib I A.,.. and Andy
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....... ,.' 'Tko 4 t Vlrclnlog.ronltl.I. (Colnrl. ill.ll Kdlo Adam. tall.! I Patrol'ftZlTSj I... I It MoraMt FM. ,..
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(S.mo H Mondar .....) 10.11 Advonluroi of Oulo in* Top* In Sport.U I : I.' ?i. '
ISttt-- M..(.. 'iv.p rt .........doo. Horrlolt Plr UunnI i 1 7 The LIs.ts.Sstit nor -I
Ino-I Ovorlind Trail .,00. -4 Hli.prltM lino-.-..'.10 ".... Woatrirr. hort. I Hootee.ai.nr. 1'- -1 to... .4-
.11 Putty Duke Cuts ttlO 4 Tew Defender
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In 10,30-4 I 1..
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..:SO---4 VMo...i>. "(,hln. VontiiK" 5.30-S Nu" 'rn.. 1,110-Il N.... W..UICT. RporUI A Joey BlalKW I 5 N.r. GattIlt. L4'i:,..,
Movlo I VIM ooimiinl.i" foth .in Tlio rormrrii flaiaht.r' llM-1 Mov Ir Mldnlnkl" lfl.lt Uwrenr W*Sit'ao'h.7 .. I Ward "". Wild tC.t.rl
; rill1n tiOO..-4 Kovorlr HlllblbHo( 11 ((30-I Tonla-nt: witS atiMiy Cariok Morfe. 'TTi. Vlntaie 1t.1' 1'.... 10 RltrhlU. ,
( Yorl. !I... A rho Kolntf .CI\IItw, > 1.luIS| HolliwMd Pelao Variety I .--. ...,." '
... toil-4 (lunamoko ..
_.(10-10 1 Yowl Boor UIO. 10 htnIs.IS .-I r nrnlrllnn.
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t.44-4 pkuuwnuinr I0.lt 5. 1. )11)91.. 'to- is UnimehahletIt 10-11 Gel Ik. MeaaaiIlliltf .
.,*0-4 t>l(* Von r>yko tltIl-l5 "Ioblwa..b *.tr"k. I -4 Love I'bat ...
&....1.. 10 00-4 linnnr haps stiow ,0-11, $...t. 10,41, That "..par.lliOO b J.npardn ICaIsrIItIS 1II.
0., ,....nlb Pt... I 4. I 7 II. II Nowa Th. M,..... Un",
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,000t.1 1'1.' Spinta Weath. ID Dink fow.U 'looolr FRI i :MiOS:: =10 fop. In Boorta
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II IIf.. It th.nnltif It,'0-1 rhamplnn.blp Wrentlln.
IO--U, Cnetm.ht-APt (immaItIte .1.00-1.1..10 N._. Wootkor, Bpono APRIL 10 IMS-4 Moxle. Klnir of the HoarlnHiXlT After.oe*
Its Hutt-Adv.lnt. .. Now.-Hill Kli.d.1 11,00-4-1, N.... Division IJ of the Key Club present
KEY CLUB AWARDS Skeetz Tyson right, representing
I'.. Pit..n ..... Ililt( I Mod I. Till( Vi. M.., Anlfl". .MurnlniRam :;;:;; 7 lit..her World' 7 Your Pint. ............ I'olnt') .: Kci
''''hop ,.t.tuat.... Aim ..... ( a* Monday ......> 11,10 f Mi,I.Ilmtrrflr..' II-It flod I. at., Partner" a plaque for oUhtandinlleadcl'\hip to Orlando W right retiring division lieutenant governor '
.M-4 N.w..innu.i..t.kl.p. 7 Tonlwhl wlU < ...., c.... (O.ior) .10 Movh ItilS-l. Movie. "title In I Million" holds the trophy his club reccix -
.. ., School Club
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BoDorl B:IS-4 ( ti.meat.'. 'Lev.ey Foote left president of the Martin County High Key
(1010''I.I I. \\i Blarlmht Tbeatro, laiSo- kwaro* for ruouuve
'" Kno.r>_ Muriivkt Throero Ure, and Home 11'310 Wreotlln ,... Tun** I.' Tratk. oe 00.....,._ Color) cd for the highest attendance at (the DivislonSpr ing Rally at Port St Liicie Country Club on Sunda\
II Nliht Llfo( on tko 0.14 Cool IttoO- Mu.. ti: M>::il t*''-irto.* rhaatr I ..00-10 toronado tItOS I.." T..ftOt_ Hmle.. FontIli4
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01-11 Mchtwtteh Movlo4iO Nlihtwalrk Bhow No. March 22.County.
'-It I -4 tluHlin Lblki
Lover
The Younir
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_It Maat.TIIUItSIAY. I ,
( 12-.11 Now
1 I ,10-1 Champion.hlp Wretllnf *
Movlr. Murder It Private Affair
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I IS- 10 Mmle I,00-4 Lav* of Life --
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i30 bootini Situ u .'00-It *)o.l. N. Jl 10 Wont.. Borneo and JulietPi( I
Altoraoo 11 ..tI... Theatre ADOPTED at a special meting
APRIL! (gam an Monday ....,1) "s v N""D AY" liOS-It Dobkw Drako.. Govei Week
.. Star and .. Mo .. .nment held April 3, 1964.
IlilS, aM." .. Naked City APRIL It III.*--4 Story .1
Morolnf I too-10 ....... The Red Pony"4t30 .d,. Fit TwIg Tuea ConpuaI BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
--4 Movie. tot;;:';. n....
(Scm. 10 Motds..t| OF
':tt-4 SunrlM $........ .", "Outllno. .7..41kh Movie. ",.lli uf> the"Prom lan.u540a Oklahoma S:SI-tt N a..a.d Weatae, 0,30-4.is -4 A.N..t.-. WorM. TWM Is ProclaimedPROCLAMATION by Board MARTIN COUNTY.

if list.ul' Art. .. Bmatter.I I.00-4 C'.pis.a.llabPs I llrl Talk'
IT5,0% TYjS1ATO too-: t.n.t.. .. '"(<>n>tot' ..d. Lone Menu ll.n .rIt ., Almana 1141--1 Bo! as, GUM_DUene.l*. FLORIDA
Mo\lr Tkkrv.i Illirhwoy Ft I
7 T Cartoon 1 iDO-4 POM word A WACHA
FRANK
n.hlni. We.ther. Sparta
lous Boards of County Commissioners By
A''...... 11 Ne.aTiJO4 *.' 1.II.k.. 5 Deal ((Color

1110". n Mondor. .,..,11 1,00-.1 N...Ev.nlnt. _... Weothot T.III-.tl Cartoon-o-vlll('omtdp TIm. .|2_10-11 N... I ; andWHEREAS Chairman
.i3_4 H.... PartyI
11'11M.. Youur WU.li T.lrf"I .. ATTEST:
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.no s ni.f.lo, .r TI...... IN.Movie W.aibuIS I AurlrulUro Report I. TTie Doctor* WHEREAS the State Association County Govern- PIERCE. Clerk
1 10 JI..... 'Tnple Hollrloy" It I'.n Am.rlnnII II Day In Court DOROTHY
'''0O..m.nl of Commissioners of !
County
8unriMi Tbratr BlSSf N... menu are cooperating partners
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4 1.107 -4 klovk ..1_7 Boa Hunt aiOO, -4 Go.pol\ f.vorlt*. Howard tut ".,..'. ..
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$ Moto. 'lhsmt.rhlI 1.( 10 N.".. Wathr. Boon I raHoonaf liOt-4 To T.ll tho T..... Florida desire that the period of ; with State and Municipal Govern
1..1t"b. Tra..tn.
I in Newai3O Bun,1eU (,, ments in administering public affairs -
Lrtt Yonni
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be aside for
Beit of th* footI April 6-10, 1964. set
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( natatI Carova* Cen.ral
II." Hoepllallt
E..I.' Hunlltr( .Brlnkley Report II Mornliilt PlarkotiMa >&-4 N... the observance of County Government 'I : and

ir 4. 0-4-4 H.... Wottbor, Bportit 10 The "..n. '09-It Bin Mark $>.SO'-4 KJ.. of NI.MT because they feel that it u WHEREAS the Honorable Farris -
... of tho Gold Coo.1
II life
Night
N. Wwtkor
.. ._ ........ I 11-4 F..tlval of Fall* a. You Don't gar Color) Bryant of the State
governor
I Id t.nu.SItSIt I lo | .a-4 wailo '" a,10-I Lllnarron tilt, II." Queen for a Dap4,00I fitting to call public attention to I
r..moil I.' Now*-Huntley' Brlnkley 7 CI.' .. Ii's.IIP..Am.rt.a.a BWniI of Florida has heretofore proclaimed \
..... N... Set ret the achievement of county ,
/CHANNELMASTER lit-7 .. 10 I Matrh lov-I
Gum
the week of April 6-10
:It Si.". It Run Cochran H. ,, 11 Vktory Hoptlit Oi.nol I Mickey Mo,.. Club ernments administered by the
I 0.30-i N.w.HuntlorBHnkWr. "DOW, u'I. Beyond 1964 as County Government
a no 4 Thl* la lb. LU It-It Major .01..... Trallmut

II t I N..... "'_b.- R.,ort '._M'drrnai I 4" Theatre. OperationI T lOP.T.Lmlro. Amrrlran .,::10---, M...'. ..Kaneoroo"I i Week and in so doing has urged

II Nllkt 1.1'. of .III. fiold Coo.t I P.. Honaymooner U litter L"h.hn... Mnke Room for Dadde the several counties of the state

"GoldenCross IS Hl.h.... Patrol ":lo-I IK. ....... N... 1 Movie. Fverylhlnr. Happen ..1NI.hl" Red Cross Workers to develop their own observanceof
fl 7.10InlernalloMl( Show Time
30 4 .ltk for Today
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j -I I.." I Tb. thrl.toihrr. It.It Major ,Ad.... T..II.....** Complete, QuotaThe this occasion and also urges
S3047 Rou'. .. T H.rt.... of ruth 4tSS-I N... the public to visit their local county -
Fire"Inlallina
II 1 ft.b(0Il Ito,," 10 Bllil. Talk tell American PI....tad
h..k. a tans It omrdy Tim. I-00--t R....... annual production luncheon ) courthouse, in order to observethe
...301'.1. Z... 'r'a1'h.. Llvinc Ward) 10 Woody. Woodpecker. of Martin County Red Cross : duties\ services and functionsof
a powerful Golden a 7 T. 1 n Tw I Haer.4 11.11I It Laff Tim
iiiCHRISTIAN 10-11 'lI.. "',I.. I. Rllcht I 0:00-4 Lamp lint My Foot 1 30-10 ARC 1'1.' .. Chapter was held at the TownHouse I its various departments; NOW, Let Our Trained
like
Cross Fire is actually mov- 10'00-4 Alfred HII.h....' I' I FaIth Kor Today .*_It Flehlni. Weather, fpert Restaurant 0 n Tueday.March I THEREFORE
TV set miles nearer the 0-7 Jark 1'... 1 8IIII Rmoll v.... SiSS-I Thi U Iho BtorrBonlnf
ing your loll Kluhi of thIs *>Mk 10 I'roioatantor.hlp Hony 31 I at noon with thirty-six BE IT RESOLVED by the Boardof Beauticians Find
station. Youll see sharper, clearer 10,30, ---4 Portrait I I
Commissioners of Mar
> \\vntt harp 010-4 Look Up and Uv* .,00-..1 H.... WMtbor. Bporu attending. County

pictures on all channels.Wi.coxHardyTV. 10'4S--II M.k. That .,... t 7 Etornal Bid: Pletur U.h' I N.... W..th I In the group! were the production I tin County, Florida. that the week Your Prettiest StyleHair

SCIENCE 11100-.1"0 11 N... rtoo-0. .woatkor. Bporto. I 10 Htbl. Talk. 10, Movie(liirII Rl.. C.pt.ln Kldcl and th.Illavo workers from Jensen Beach i of April 6-10 1964, be proclaimed -
It 7,1. Km Ilk
RADIO SERIES lli S- 4 Movlo. "Man ., Tlrhtrop' liOO-4 c....* tI Bporu Extra I and Stuart the guest speaker. Miss I as
Ilil0a7, 1'"I.h"b Joknny karoonSATURDAY ilO II Comm.ntilS I COUNTY GOVERNMENTWEEK and complexions; exposedto
Movlo, fh. rk.rlrt Coal" :: ::4 Four Rl.r BvortiIt Mary E Shackelford treasurer of
Zwllk GE Dealer IS 10,1 7 Tnt I .... 5..
2,05-ta NI.hl".h-V..Iat' N.... Wootkor, 8porMIt the Martin County Chapter and summer sun need extra cure

fhooe AT '-.J2UR RADIO STATION WSTU ooa-tu_",= N. I_ II 10 Jowl.h rirat Baptlat Wonhlp Chunk Hour .,iZO: -N.1...HI,),.., Patrol Mrs. Elsie W Srpallcy, executive- in Martin County and the board now We know all the trliks

707 Jensen Beach EACH MONDAY 7:15 P.M. I 11.30- Unlv. .1 Miami Workihop .,i2l-4 W..ihor secretary, encourages and urge the citizen
-- I Movl 030-I,. N... to enhance o"n
of Martin County to visit the your
APRIL II 7 ik.loa of Ju.tlr* I Hunlt.pPllabI.n. Bevort Mn Clara Vaught supervisor ry

Morn In Id Muo, for ohut-ln 1 N.... W.nthor of the group, welcomed the workers I county courthouse and observethe good looks!
APRIL 1964 .. i 1..aO Sonata 8m.lh.t4 *a4Holland It Nllht Llfo ,. tht O .M CIIM Mi production duties services and functionsof
BII10..1. OPm..Iln. "Outllno .1: .:4J-4 N.w.-Wilur Cronklto s Myrtle Dyer is

.III...ouArm.d..., of Art foroo A =. t.1-Now*-Hurtlor. BrlnkUrIt chairman. The group! filled its the various departments it

1iiThi: "Mon/hI Rnkw"- .,SS-10-11 Sites, 12,001I01d, Joarnryt ,.00-Now.4 Mr-.Ron rdt Cubs quota for this year; 100 hot water houses I
7,iOO-4 Cartoon.0 vlll* FashionetteBEAUTY
Prontlor Clreu Jimmy BlrlcH.nd Show bottle coven, thirty layettes, fifty
I Caa.ldy : : :
Holwloni 7 Combut
I Hlptord
._ HOWARD JOHNSON-The New York World 1 I. CI.... 10 A WI... World II H...hw.r Putrid fracture pillows fifty fracture pillow METAL I
10 w....... Th....* II Sags of W....,II ManU T,30-I To Toll th. TnitH I covers and twelve sleeveless

-:.:..= Fair and expansion into California may mean TtOS II -1'1.' II..Corned Tim. '10-I Amatour Hour, 5-1 Movlo. NOVMP Ut Mo Co" sweaters. These: articles are sent Ue Are Workers In MetalII SALON

-t-- great deal to the "Host! of the Highways." ,ns-10 Armed Fore, on Parado" I Tlir Rpotlliillt R.-Smi I I.on."Tdn.ttasI ".*.. "" toll:CO-J Unto I'.. On LlmltiI locrw I', to veterans' hospitals. \5 E novr imEir "55rToTOR\Drf AVENUE

,,3-i Agricultural Bopurt 11 TMH Hoon ., I..., hKowlll.lt
: ShauJdo't'ou know just what...and how much? Fun dab 1100, -4 Bhl,..,. T.mplo 30-4 W.oon Tr.ln Color) \\ E CAN AHKE! IT

i. 10 Lollon Pttll.7,50s ITil. A....... I.00_4 n.n.,. Tb.... I IIFAI.TM EXAMS: : FOR STUART, FlORID
I Also the I li.i.le.. Honda I Cn..Instis ,,,30-4 Andr Grimtk HOBE SOUND TO IS I 3 r3rTr71ThL11.
analyzed are improved earnings i .
pro ..OII--t Coral O Raoior Ib-l.m-" All Plan I.' Hollywood ond tho It... Open Mon. thru Sat.:

pecti for- 0 Adv.nluio, Tbe.tro (Ii DI..."..., 1 It Mellnl.l N.., I Parents of children under i ii [PWMRXAII2'1.1.IgUL
six
-p.- 7 run Club I I ilO -7 emoth.n and Holland Kopon lOiOO, -4 E..t l1'dW.t' Sid. 7:30 5:30
r;!; / ARMSTRONG RUBBER 10 Captain Kangaroo lilO, I 8pi>lll ht oo Education *.? Nltch( Jill III.. who will enter Hobe Sound Elementary I II a.m. p.m.
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It M" ". PlnynouMSiOS 10 Dlarovory 414 loll A-.dc.my A..rd. i School I next
S REVERE COPPER ft BRASS -II Mornlnt Pl.'...** 11 I I.."..n.an It A......* 10' _4 Uro.dwor Oou Lotto year are MARIE WEIS Owner
StIS 10 V.... Bob .,00- Clmarroa Lily IllOO-4-l.f-lO-lt Sees' Wo>tko> I urged by Martin County Health I
.._-7 II'.'* An...( I 10 Itt.,.. All 8'.'. Department to take the children STUART PLUMBING ANN IIURLBUT Operator
MaO the coupon for your copy of the April "Review." 10 But Hunnr I 11 Direction. I It.4!: Show. "A Pta of Gold" i I
.,00-4 Alvln IIh.. .,'_10-11 Now. I It Movlo. Tovurlch'It i to the family physician for a preschool &: METAL WORKS Phone 287-4999
............................................... 10 Cartoon Tim. a.10-4 R.".... .Kiioel. (*! ....ta.* 8t,rlliht Th..... I checkup.If Boo 548 ATlontlo 1.0111 SlanstI
Send April"Review"ditcumng HOWARD JOHNSON 11 Mnrniill, 1'1..h..*. 10 Alumni' Fun. IliSO, I NovloliOt I .
lie new
your .. H... such a physical examination ------ -- -- -
IS-10 Uncl. Bub l It Laurl nod Eve -ID Kp.i.Uh ----- -- -- -- -
ARMSTRONG RUBBER and REVERE COPPER! CEA.S.)4.i. ..30-4 BuMormail. a:oo- >-7 P.rtp...>tlv. on Grotn.oi II Nl.ktwotch M.... will cause a financial hardshipthe .
,-, Huff ant. Koddy (ColorI Ill-It Movlo' "Beyond tbo tomfSilO 4OJ: U Moth.I .
10 A..... 1'1.... .-7 NBC dana' XMor* examinations will be conductedby
__. : SN U Holler Lath 7 NBO N... In.o.I : .* U Esn"7APRIL V the Health Department at Hobe
0,00, -4 Quick. Draw McOrow7 \ Ton Rtor Rowllr. DID YOU KNOW?
I. H.otor H..t.... tCatat 4,,00-4 M..tor< Golf Tmirnamont I. Sound Presbyterian Church on I
AdcJrtoo jCttjr- lI\at.: 10 ll.povrfo In $Belene 1-7-Tho T.I .... ; April 9.
IOi30 -4 Mmhty. 5,,.. \ rVl.nr.. All Stats MornlnflIS
.....................................-....... I.' XL I (Color 4,10-4 Tw.ntl.th C.nturyHunday -4 Bunrlo. Bo"' ...... "OntHaw. of
iota Tho J...... > HI.'o,., .1 A"''' Basutoland a British, protectorate -
HIRSCH & CO. lliOO-4 Kin llo 'It. 7 Now' 0.1..... Golf Toumamoot. ': -10 Molly Turner the middle of the Repub-
I.' Dennli tho Monac* 19 s.-t....* AII.I..,. 00-1' Homomober Pa*. in
....... H.. fo.* SteM f...... .. .0,., fuckoogoiIflU loll lartoontea, Caapor Cartoi.... 4' -I N... 'iOO--4 Movlo, Our Hearta W.* I lie of South Africa. is now the Your Boat and Motor Can Be Ii
11,30-4. lIsp It ..ra .: -4 Rolrl Vontur Gloom' favorite for refuWEDNESDtYConlinued
t. "Seventh ...." I asylum political -
I.' rur* e., Wild Klna-dom 1 No.1 It. P,. IAltar.
South Second Street Port Pierce 10 BHIIJO Billy I0.lt TrallmaitwrH .... Insured
t. It na.u..n it Cotll "ts-10 4ll !>.. dmroboard fq.,.. .. Mond.y ....,t! Under a Homeowner
RESIDENTS OP STUART CALL TOIMRFFiAllANHC 1:30, -4 Hold Vonluw It:IB-t Movie. Pearl of Boulh J'.. I
Afternoon I C I F. Collet Bowl olfle''
7-4100 I Florida Forum I too-4 Love oflf. ..4S- 11...-' liter Cslat.I. for Fire TheftWind

-- 12.00-t t II.'...Slip.. P.KIng...". 10 It Top I.....Star and Bowllnt A.... S ID Antholoiy Movie. -Romeo Theatre and Juliet" Ft. I ItOO.'-Nwo 4 Dmtk-Hontl.r Vally.. Day....., Policy 1

Street New York 4 N.Y. 7 Youth and th. l.au. a:._T C.....,* tS.4S I ilO-I PuhHe Defender. I Huokleberry Hound '
MAIN OniCFi 25 Broad 10 lull.no Piufllo -It Flahlat. Watkr. *..orw 4,,30M..I... rlmlnal. Inwyer". T P.1'..I Bilkeo and Perils of the Sea
U II.... Bunny .. .. .' Damage
120Th.. 1'h,.. Itloojoi II. Fl.k .(. 111'.., Sport 7 Movie. KUp. You Klllinn .. II Dial Art 0__
1 SO-7 Dal.llr. 1,00-10 Lon Rancor .30-4 CBS
Listen to daily market newt and average 12:30: --4 Ml.ml M.tlno, Ems''., ,10-1, I...... Kid. I.' TholrrTnlan ReportO.

t 7 frontier Hilllwlnklo. .,Color KHItrl) .,OO-|.' Mans tk. Praoi (Color) lo-li (a 151015 4 Harriot at LOW RATES ?
Station >\ IRA 1400 on dial Evonlnff .
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your 10 lit...,..I.. In Selene. 10 Miami Pm.sCarf.r'fl'OI 1,00 10-11 Patty Duk lila.IDI
11 American Dand.tanit (h.mnlon-hlp Brtdir I'DO-4-1 N.w.. "....... DvorwT : "".......
.... 5,5-to w. Wast to &._ N.... Woathor 10.It "Tb farmer1. Dauiht.r"I
MUM .. Ikwilmk Pus Paul MhoM" '-0.' If""tkAlmost tails-10 Pal.,.. .
('its_ -7_ ,Boakont.w 11 Viivlo Nix Indian Seoul" .00-4 Boeorly UiUkUlfi7 ... SEE
.... ,... 5.s Mi..d.s ....Ao. 1 1.00--.7 tltpurlnqtt : .
KatunUy, I. All.. ........... .,IO-II Comm.nl The M.llil
(It Know, Your Hop Illlil S-10-4 Hawollu ?.. .,il.taS..btnS in-ll Ben Caney
1.30It Amerlean Uand.Un I Contort. (.It.) Projootloa Firs (alt) II N.... Woolkoi' ._. IM 4 Dick Van D,..
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-- ----- --- U Know Your Bible I Florida Forv. II N... 10-II Our Man RUtilno Reardon Insurance Agency

.,00r. 81'nr and th. Ktory 10 110.'."'.' .,iM-4 Woothor 10,00-4 Dinay Ray* Show
Everyone Listens To Watch Mr WI..,. Jl Nlihtliro on th* Gold Cout .,JO-4 N.... 6-1 El I.vwntn Huur
II lliah.... Patrol ,,_4 Lo.ilo Color t Huntlov-Urlnklor, EooorlII 10 Die Powell TaeetreIt .
WSTU ,.7 Hill Dana (how Movorlrk CkannlntlliZS KRUEGER
SlIO 4 hail BLDG.
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!MRS ANNA MINEAR Correspondentphone! 74M643 Girls' State Join AMMA Advisory BoardCharles I _

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9 president American Legion Auxiliary B. Haunch president ground and Marl construction here

Jupiter Politicians Face Florida Department, was the of the American; Museum of Ma- i name time in Wft4, Hjrncti uud.j .
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I guest t of honor at the American I rine Arch cok>"g\, which 11 planning | The organitaiion holds u twoi 9' v E 1

Town Election Legion Auxiliary Rood-Williams for Jul'lIerI'ean Park. has, i I year' cpliOA( from the Palm Bench pp r
April 13
Post on Thursday evening I announced that two more ditinguished <>. County ('ommi slon to (leave 1 a ton-
hirIiirpotmctans Mrs. Zoa Spence District 9 oceanography! !scholars acre tract i in the purl, In t the agreement
arc conducting The vacancy in the south ward have accepted! appointment! to the I the AMMA. may rent the ,
.1 i I IriuulK but I membership chairman was also for period! !.
persistent campaign is being contested three ways 1C museum; s ads isorv board. i site a twcntvxcar
/ lor election an honored guest Both Mrs H.tag Athclstan Spillhaus. dean -
on ol the
April I 11 ( Patterson I incumncnt, and long >l (
when and Mn. Spence talked briefly to Institute t ot' KihnologUimtr
soling lor the
towns com time commissioner, is for
running 'I
missioners; and mayor takes place a-election\ Mrs Marie Cross, who the meeting city of Minnesui i. and San: Hinloncurator i Auxiliary eee ,

Manor Jack Robson, who is served as mayor of Jupiter, and Mrs Roy Rood introduced the ol the S.-pps: Institute lit f
telling' the townspeople how much has attended nearly every town eight school! who Occanograplu Museum ha\i'
high girls
has been junior agreed! to serve on the board I Plans Dinner ssra
accomplished daring his meeting since, is s +
against'Pat"
running were competing for the honor ofattending '
Other hoard ,
term ot oft is members are SII'rhen a l
cc Patterson
challenged by and John Brew.
Girls State June \-I IA
Richard F. Borhcgvi;I. director ot' the "' jt \\
Stalls, baker JrBrcwbaker. \
popular retirc-d
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in Tallahassee The young paopie. Milwaukee Public' Const Guard Auxiliary 12 i il
Museum f
business man. Robson has slated has only lived in chosen hv the faculty on the qualifications : usebio planning .1 dinner for the thirteen ,.. (
that he is for progress hile Stalls Jupiter short time but has made of leadership, co-opcra- Daxulos Hurtudo. director ot 1. graduates of a its t I latest training : f. ........
Mexico National
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Institute .
of Anthropologv N
represents a more his mark in his Cub Scout work t\ .
conservative tiveness. honesty physical fitness, and MiMon.. RoI'11MJn course ;in sate' hoist hundling ..
clement and is at present head of theJupiterTequestaHohc !scholarship character and courage Plans made al' \\cdnesdiv nighfi\ 't41' .
Siturda\- Post ,
Present ('ommi loner Harold Sound Athletic each spoke for three minutes \cnmu. associate meeting include a dinner for the .'
editor and Mendel I I. Piicrson
B. ( nrwm north ward i is being Association on why they would like to attend ; presentation ot certificate at the x- '
curator ot Armed! For..isHision
challenged hy Edwin Peter en. The polls will' he open from 7 Girls St.ile The members then JIll Club) on April I M Lieutenant "

( ommander Corwin, who has am to 7 p.m. at Jupiter Town made the choice of two Curls Stators The at AM Smithsonian I MA plans Institute to hreik Kohert Sullins. coinmundcr of the \,.. ......... ..>.. -' .. .
served two terms, has brought a Hall and two alternates. Cynthia Loran Station ill Jupiter' will make
wealth of experience to his work Pcnnock and Jane Karcntic were the presenliilion \ (.'IIRl'NO: m a nn!jii'r. and l Di kk Sever, credit manager. arc shown" ms\umi| ,ih It n I"''''11I

from a lifetime in the Navy as Junior Women Elect chosen for the honor with Debbie An advanced course in boat.handling Tire," .it Stuarts Cunnhdir stoic I whopper! 'is u new concept in .1 i llnatiiion' nnCitHHlonr ,' ,Ie'' 'nc.i m
well is years of legal practice in Dahlen and I ynda 1 uffcy nalternate. Student Artists i safety t measures I lo keep lJ.S Sugar ( orp cane trailers from hogging down ,m ,the I ierekdiii, "I,,k+IJII1I'I

Grand Rapids and Washington 196.1.6Officers ... 1 he other four girls being i rVCn h\y. R, P il.uhvln: Jr ... .....
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opponent is in the huilding nominated hthe facullv were: at pre"Cnh"t\ of the membersof
business. and being a Republican elected Mrs H Alva Nessmith was Lynda Renters, Eleanor Livingston, Are Rated HighThe the auxiliary are taking I h e I ii nler+ pods were at the camp hen : till ION BOUNDS JR
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president the Jupiter- 'Christ Crusade'And
turns the contest into u two-party Junior Woman Club Mary Ann Wiggins! and Sue lewis. course I the Martin\. County Planning and I IN MHIURRVM
tussle Tequesta Mrs Rood that the Ciladum) emphasized the fact
reported ,
at its March meeting Art droop ol Jiipmr-K' Inning/: (ommliNion changed the I (lifion V. Hounds Ir tircnun.
annual pancake had netted that anyone interested' in I hontinit.
supper the
um.muiil t world ol halmantong
questa .1 i
Mrs Nessmith'i supporting officers County / ot the area I"he organization \ USN. Mi\ rod!
: over Sio( toward the Girls Stale the Inch s.Mail. siiidcnls whether a Mont owner or not. ;is < mng I apprentice son ol
Delegates Named To are Mrs. DonC Haiz- welcome al these courses.jutis moved two more trailers into I Mrs Clifton V. IlowmK Si, ot
expenses of the when .
show
ht, vice president, Mrs Ralph E. area il I staged'! a
the arms alter the zoning change
The Auxiliary is presenting a the I IIN Bank Settle DisputeAn Jensen Beach, ihoarel
Episcopal ConventionThe Bailey, Mrs. at ot Jupiter lasi IN serving
recording secretary: new flag to the I cgion Home, the i week MOID ROI- ) un the' grounds Shut the pad were I the USS
I Jack D. Mathews, corresponding i alriadv constructed ut 'Hv time destroyer Miudith operating -
Church of the Good i and Mrs Robert E. presentation to he made at the All phases of art were shown the Jaycee! Roiul-e-o was heldat ,
Shep secretary time of the initiation organization called I the of, ihe chants) ,', the commission with me sivtn t leci n
herd. will he Shira, ceremonies I from water color and! oil through Jupiter Ocean Park last:. Saturday
Jupiter treasurer
taking part 9. World 101 ( hiist. Crusade and w,is told the Mediterranean. W hile 'm .the
in the forty-second annual conven- Installation is planned for April I on April held sculpture, in several: media and and MISK Linda I llurrv, daughter I I'he 11'orld. For (hnst (rusade Mediterranean' Meredith; will pa
tion of ihe Episcopal; Diocese of 28 with Mrs I-otus B. Wolfe, director the Thurduyml'eting home of Mrs There WAS Albrecht I nt I- metals fhere was scpaiate torn of Rev and' Mrs W Ham. Martin ( oiinlv hive apparently u..eI i he cump us 11 rest area for Impute, in various Sivih I. I'I'- > i
South Florida when it convenesat of District 10 of the fiord I a petition for junior and senior high U. S. I I. was top scorer in I the settled (heir differences! over trail .'their missionaries (ruining exercises inelinlin' ape,
Daytona Beach April 21-21 I a Federated Junior Women's on AIA I Alternate school groups,\ The judges. !Mr contest er pinking at I heir camp near Holv looker said no litigation would aborts with forces fiom 'North
The delegates for the men's division Clubs, as installing officer. and Mrs (hnslophcr; Norton used.1a 1 1 he driving course test was won i Heights/ I I he I taken against/ the organization American Treaty Orgum/ulum
from the church are Colonel The guest speaker for the point system in making their idCisions. by Ken DIVIS, Piisurgh Drive District CountAllornex' Dean lookei if it abide by the agreement countries.
GOP Women counting origmalitcom. which followsthe told the Marlin\ (ounlx ('onlnus- _
George Jarvis, William B. Fry meeting was Mrs. Bonnie C. Nor- competition -- -
and George Schlusemcyer Their mandm, who is an experienced !position. perspective. use ol pare head contests' in each area sion at ii meeting! Irid.iy, he and i iorgumution
alternates are William 1. Clegg, cluhwoman and at present a member and use of color.Inuaginauian will, ice .Ken. Davis competing for ulliuals' have agreed I
Commander Harold B. Corwin of the West Palm Beach Worn- Raise FundsThe I / as well l l as skill higher honors that ooh three trailers will he I An Invitation/
and Dr. V. D. Stone an's Club. Mrs. Normandin discussed were shown in Pamela Shock i The Judges scoring the contestants parked in the camp area und that I II

Representing the women of the "How to be a Good Club Republican Women's Club charcoals particularly her pri/i I were Sergeant A. LaChupello two of the five there now will he i III HIP
church are Mrs James Brink Mrs. woman," of Jupiter entertained at a dessert winning/, "Cousin Jody" Mike i i and Deputy Dick Wiseman of the removed by Aug I I.
William Fry, and Mrs. C Bates Publicity director, Mrs. Carl R bridge a t Riverside Retirement J"hn..onhmcd great promise 111' Palm Beach County' Sheriffs Department Sever weeks ago!! residents in
Their alternates are Mrs. Albert Comolli, brought the mystery gift Community Recreation Hall on his pen and ink cartoons. and an and local Police Chiefs Ihe urea complained! bilterlx about Voters of Martin & FloridaJoin
Wells Mrs George Schlusemeyer which was auctioned and won by Tuesday afternoon awareness of the times and the I Hank Duserroe-rry of Tcqiicst.i and the five trailers I They told the cnl11.nlle..ion County

and Mrs George Jarvis the guest of honor. Mrs. A. I L. Johnsrud and Mn news Glynn Mayo of Jupiter that three trailers were all
The organizing officers of the hostessesfor The blue ribbon winners were: that I is allowed( and asked the
Frank Huhhell were the
young club and those who have the I'lIrly.I twelve tables Junior High: crayon Richard I MRS .I. R. MM| ims commission te> have the other 'two the thousands throughout the Sunshine
ProfessionalHearing steered it toward federation are: Hiwpes, watercolor Cundaee ('oar. removed as o zoning violation
were in play Many interesting door Charles Kindt, DuBois Road,
Pamela Shock, ah- Ilireo ol the trailers j Suite \\ho arc contributing! according
Aid Service Mrs David Dcruzzo, Mrs Charles prizes as well as table prizes were tempera pencil WHS called to Sarasota by the death and live

Love, Mrs B. M. Dukes. Mrs. given tract Sharon Washhurn: pencil of his mother, Mrs Fred Drown '-- --- --- to their ability to the I lay don Hums
Sandra Vollum petals, William
JAY A. BYRNE, Ncssmilh and Mrs. Shira The will : .
Funds raised by the party Kindt last week Mri. Kindt
is survived
hostesses for the meeting held at i Elliott: charcoal: Pamela Shock, 1 iiurcnce Pieper of Boston' who for Governor campaign fund. Send dollar
Certified Hearing Aid go toward sending; the club h\ her son, a daughter Mrs a
rre..i-j and! ink wash Mike Johnson have been Mrs (iar.llI1erhOIl\-
the Junior Citizens Building inTequesta pen :
dent. Mrs Fred Michael, to Tom Durfee( of Sarasota
Audiologist were Mrs. Joseph Kli- ington for the National omhmed media Marv Hoopcs, brothers (hicag.o and six ;grandchildren two guests for several weeks, lelurncdlo or more if you can, to either :
Specialists in Quality Hearing moski i, Mrs, Love Mrs, PeterNoonan I can Women ( ontcrence I pastel. Barbara Rcnnmijer ceramic their home in the north' FrldnvMr 1 1I
RerUhli-1 sculpture Christine sand I
Aids! Batteries, Ear Molds and and Mrs, George Ludwig casting tat (joiner Wright and Andrea Mrs Kindt i is the daughter/ of and Mrs David Alan loll I Hd Miller! R A, Mcnningcr, Jr
Mr and Mrs. John DultoisHrRr .
of All Makes Boca Raton I num. Windsor Dnve, announcedthe
Repair '
Mr and Mrs. B. F. Markert and Wright: wood, Charles Raymond.
Box H37 Stuart Box 621 Stuart
M Atlantic Ave. Ft Pierce Senior oil, I hinh of a daughter' I eshe ,
their daughter. Debbie of Arlmg I I Warriors, 3.2 llijjfi!! : Lyn Stewart, watercolor I AND Till RE Carmel on March\ 22
(Opposite St. Incle Bank) ton Va. were recent house guestsat I I inda Curgill: sciilpturi
HOward 1.3035 the James Paynes on Riverside I Boca Raton's battery-mates, (plaster[ and vcrmieiilite). William I Arthur Beard ,of Mornstown, Mr. und Mrs Alton Phelps' All nntrlhnlon will he mknimlcilucd In the April 90 .Issue 01
Drxve pitcher Har> HcrbolJ and catcher 1.Iliolt( and plaster' Brcnda J Rqh- N. 1.. hums been the guest\ (>f hisparents I ighthoustf/ Drive, have juul returned
-= --- I Tony Lull combined for a run son Mr. und! Mm laus aa from II visit to Fort tee, Pet HIP Sliiurl NctM. IMp uteri:

in the eighth inning Friday to trip" Beard, Pennock Point for several trshurg,, Vu, with their son-m-luw
the Jupiter Warriors, 3.2, in a non- First I Hoolcnnany days Mr. Heard/, who hud recently and daughter I leiilrnant and Mrs I IfAVDON DUNNS
conference baseball game. hicn in Japan on business. was Anthony Slinlds. and Ihe children,
Is
Great Success
Hcrnold singled to right and on his way home The faster snow they said was
Lalit tripled to left for the win. a real change
It was Jupiter's second Jupiter's first i "''I<)(Ilcnanny" Mrs Stuart Gardiner entertain Governor of Florida
mug defeat margin each being by one run sponsored! hv the Jaycee wives at ed Mrs. Ray Sptrtlcy and her ton Mrs J Hunter Neat. who has
he American I legion' I Ionic' on in-law and daughter,' Mr. and Seen the guest of IKI' brother.in-
Hcrhold also scored run in Political' .
a : : : ; advertising paid for hy the Martin; County ll.iydon !Hums
the fourth utter singling A hit 'I 1 hllrdlniht!! proved a great Vtrs I Ice McMurdle and ion, Ray, law and ulster, Mr and Mrs W I
batsman a walk and a double by iicccss and Willinni Doyle of Port t nulls P. 1[ Mayer Sr has returned t 101 I for Governor Committee
Tom /lolkowski .accounted for the Jupiter t teenagers turned out in erdale last weekend. Mr. and Mrs_Hammond. I Ind '
farce approved! unit enioyed' the ------
s other Boca Raton run in the fifth ------
entertainment: und were themselves
Dana Dahlen doubled for Jupiicr -
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME I in (he first, went to third on an really approved in turn. Pctu
Noncom and his
and then stole home Tom guitar led the
Air Conditioned Chapel error Brown tripled and heat the throw run, Alan learns, accordionist CHEVY by ChevroletHow
lo the plate when Randy Reed plated old time tunes, and the
Avontis, real
bounced to the mound comho of a drum and moikrn two guitars dance to get from it all the I
R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS ''I Staff Sergeant and Mrs Charles provided the newer rhvthm away including high cost of travelA l

Licensed Funeral Directors Two dance ,
front
iirotips Jupiter I
Roake and family are spending the Dance Chevy It Station Wagon b.the to >t turn tnnTc. And It'Trado 'N Tran
1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD STUART month of April; with i Mrs. Roake's Studio under the direc- way p npnro now that :
parents, Mr and Mrs Thad Al- lion of Jean Murella presented Whole family there and bark on a small vacation! a,11Af{,*, Time at your Chevrolet; dl'all.r',you'll!never fine'

I fire at their home on Frie Drive. well-accepted numhtrs and two I budget. You get 76 cu. ft. of cargo space for lent e better time! to buy a Chevy 1 f. 7' wm'e a wider

Telephone AT 7-3434 They are also vi..ilingl'ilh' Mrs clirmel rVarnors't ensembles Marching Hind Irom. who Jupiter willie than you'd pay for mOlt eilun, You gi
24-Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipment I I Roake sister Mrs Olin C'. llershIherger competing l ut I 1".1111". playedfor MVlnu cany-car feature, too Anil you'll go no TIME from And whatever you pick! you can be aura

Jr., Pittsburgh Drive. } the group 1 far; between fat stops you'll think we' built la a you'll always got a good run fur your money.

y.). KrMM( !."MMMi !" '.!. ''m.!. ''J." 'r'' m';" ';" \';'\ t'r''i'n', \: \ \; 'I ''t\4\; ;J 't\mit'il\'i'\ \ "i'I""" All joined the informal" fun and n lie awrwwwsIssos.ae C1rrg1iNasn4.PeeefilulfanTV"nnras ,
dancing to the dcliiihl and
profit .
1.1 l (he Jaycee wives' who are raise wwn tauggl@TTtN! ass Ait '

'fi my money to adopt a needy childin ,
F a i foreign country I Q a 'rt
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have> been ,the guest ol, Mrs I Dom

s nick s cousin. Mrs John l DuBois.
rr and' Mr. Dubois. for three months. t IM
have; returned to their home in a
I M.itawiin. IM. 1. Pierre I DuBois,
MORTGAGE who also spent the winter with i
Mr and Mrs DuBois has returned
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Published every Thursday at 111 Last OCCUlt Boulevard Rare Blue Blob 7

Stuart Martin County, Florida "
Entered ii second-class mail matter at port office at Stuart Florida The opinion expressed are those u w :
---- Rewarding Hobby I ITHERL of the writers If desired letters ,
t MEMBER OF: are printed above a non de plume ,
ASSOCIATION but never without The News know-
FLORIDA PRESS
ARE some forms which he ing the name ot the writer Utters :..
NATIONAL tDHORIM AVSOCKI1ON !
: printed their records in f fossil rocks so indelibly tent in anonymously are filed
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS" that, when you see their descendants today, la the waste basket.-Ihe Editor I'

CORDON LOCMNOOD Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS Editor you are reminded of prototypes millions of TIE: WORKED FOR I

LARON H CAIN, Advertising Manager years removed H\\\RI: VOM 1101 t:.
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FAAILII KIIL M\ktK
_. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Honda. $4.50 per year Iwo yean A UIAMULON on the window screen
$8.30. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay tit these rates) evokes thoughts of Tyrannosaurus rex the Editor Stuart News:
In '
: Anywhere else in U.S,A,. $!00 per year two years $9.50, thunder lizard, most predatory of the vanished March reading 2b, your I noted fishing Allen columnof brewers -

'. .. Six months $275. three mouths $1.75. dinosaurs. Pelicans coasting with wings outspread letter on old reels He men-

Foreign and Canadian rates on application just above the waves recall the cvlinet lions Julius Vom Holes and A { x"

pterodactyls the leather.winged flying lizards. Mcissclbachi surf reels. also that
his lute mother fished Fort Myersfor

OCCASIONALLY I see among my lellow tarpon : half I century nIIHol: I Iworked
Good Kidd Tells Edward
'Bulkheads Are Martin who
County gentry a man or two reminds -
I on Fulton Street, New York in
me of Ihe Neanderthal cavedwellersand
I 1915 I in the reel department for a
Forces in the Cro-Magnon type of Homo sapiens
Conservation County short while Julius Vom Hofe wits
is really abundant if you have an ee for it. located on Grand Avenue in Brooklyn JIL
There is a background of association and reasonableness and his reel was the H, Ocean

William R kidd exeeutive director ol the the ,I lh'ldll1for 1111JlI except those about most everything stir drag reel; he also made' other

Internal Improvement Fund told .i group ol where larger. bulkhead lines had already been reels,
local con..crval"III1Solturd.IY that "hulk. gr.mle I AT LEAST, 1 like to think so Take Ihe Edward Vom Hofe Sr fished

heads are good It is the dredging ot the ba) He' mule it clear that bulkhead lines are Fat Lady at our recent Martin County fairThere for tarpon around Fort (Mef.m..
bottoms that is bad" not established by the slate but by Ihe counties she was, spread over some thirty feet Boca Grande when I worked there
of painted canvas outside the tent, and although When I was able to buy a pod
What Kidd was cmph.i,i/ing is thai n i I' or municipalities, so that protection of the
the real thing could not have been so surf outfit, I bought an Edward L
each county responsibility, to set bulkhead bh.'rehncbellin\ with the home folks Vom Hofe Universal Star 2" II
: lines to do the minimum dum,ige. Unless the 1 1 Ihe right to csdblish. protective bulkhead immensely attractive us the picture a it was surf reel which cost $8! as il was
counties set sueh bulkhead lines well in adVance lines he made it clear is a community first 1 attractive enough so that I counted thirty-l two left-handed, and also a Vom Hole

of development projects which will put defense against exploitation of the fish-breeding citizens. paying to get a look surf rod to specifications, t vt'r

on pressure lo go far out into Ihe hays "'the "h.IIIIWI Gus Mcissclbueh hid his I tic'
situation is lost;' he laid The moral is that It is not up ti> us to look FAT LADIES chameleons and pelicans Cory in Newark N. J. He manufactured -

He commended Martin County on hiving elsewhere, but te ourselves, for saving our are all deeply connotative of something or a surf reel and two boat rMrj

set its bulkhead lines in 1957 at "OIK foot from shorelines I other They have background Little baked reels, Triton and Neptune; also jt J"W
clay figures of fat ladies found in those caves the best bait casting reels. Triparl
in France and Spain that have bisons on the and Takapart Gus was one of the

walls formed the first artistic depiction of old Mirfmen on North Point Sea' '
the human figure by Western nun. side Park N. J, I also have a I'cr j l F s
Another Case of GiviJg Our rllarkejWhile l
e/! handmade surf reel left-handed.
cost $60( Both wccr purchased in
t ANTHROPOLOGISTS say that they were 04 u '

I Retail Beef Prices High goddesses of fertility; I think not My theoryis the My 1920s sometime fishing partner

that times were so hard that any caveman was Gus Kubler who caught the ,
lucky enough to have a fat lady was largest striped bass in the surf til
Cattlemen Hurt by Vast Importsindustries proud of her She proved that he was a good Point Pleasant N. J.: it weighed 4

provider, It is reasonable, it seems to me, fifty.nine pounds, fourteen ounces. v' 1wi "
that if cave men had not started sniping I fished I rum Seaside Park NJ ,
We gave away our market on typewriters in the U,S. Any serious hurt such figurines of plump cave ladies there might to Montauk Point Long Island
and bicycles to West Germany und Idly as imports has a lasting effect have been no Winged Victory of Samolhrace and in later years lived in Sea X01 '
American crockery factories und many a textile And Cushman S. Radcbaugh Orlando and Bright, N. J.. where my wife and ,f '9

mill shut down when we gave those markets Fort Pierce, first 1 Floridian to serve as president WHAT I AM getting ut is that I have I caught many stripers in the
surf I of the foundersof
to Japan And now, bliss our liberal of the American National Cattlemen found something new was one
Ihe Long Beach Long Island
hearts we arc giving away our beef market Association. n greatly disturbed by the grow fish club; also a founder of the !
to Australia New Zealand and Haiti ing volume of beef imports It is now so serious IT WAS A tiny blue blob of life on the Highlands Anglers Club of High

Not without justified bellows of protest I, Radebuugh says that it is questionable beach at Hobe Sound, appearing to have lands, N. J. Mr Brewer mentions I a
however,' from orgmizcd American ranchers how much longer beef people can hold out" wispish hands and legs and a tadpole Inl a Greenhart surf rod. John Segcr ., r > tl

who see the greatly accelerated importation "We see no relief from the State Department There it lay, faintly pulsing and wiggling, of Asbury Park N J. specialized -
of cheap beef us threat to survival of their or the tariff agencies Radebuugh declares about one inch and a half long and the thick in these rods No doubt Mr

industry It would be difficult to help the situation ness of my little finger Brewer will be interested in my 'IVBtBUV ARGENT, golden flowered tree native lo Paraguay has been flaunting its bun n'

: We might note, also that the imports have with a Buy American" campaign, for it letter to him and later maybe I would you can like forward to see of vivid blooms ,in plantings along East Ocean Boulevard in downtown Stuart

been 'subsidi/cd by continued high retail much of the foreign meat being sold to consumers ITS BACK was the most vivid Gulf Stream a complete fishing column in The

prices paid by the American consumer while is in the form of hamburger which blue and its underside was sky-white As I News; all fishing news on one
., the American producer has been penalized has no U.S. government stamp picked it up, I saw that the creature was built page Hope this letter will be read children must have the very best a10 which pirticular language put a limit of live fish pc' I i.
\ by tower wholesale prices and a weaker m irkctIt Restaurants, caterers und other big users on the simplest of camouflage plans, blue for by many of your older fishing while we go without so what has they might need, or preferring to for all tourists and so called i "

,According to Ralph Cellos Klssimmce, cur are buying the imported meals, and even some floating in the Gulf Stream so that should be readers I remain happened lo the tourists? True spend less time in language study, fishermen and set $!0 /to .1, ,
of the Florida Cattlemen Asseicialion of the 'as i S graciom. favor 4hey are- allow-t Lkpcranto would be preferable 1st license You ,
rent president nations big soup and processed meat Invisible lo birds from above And while beneath1 Respectfully yours lo sell fish
Louis W. Schiefer, ed to use it twice a month for their Because its grammar is method know where fish .
: : canners are doing the same lo be invisible/ to fish from below. spawn-and
Florida is being hurl three ways by miports Radebuugh h,is brought the problem to the Hobe Sound meetings. but what about the adult ical, the international language can set neb there as it'% in many '
Mobile who is living in a hotel room or a be learned in about one-tenth the '
PS We
First through Ihe overall effect of the attention of Secretary of Agriculture Orville THE HANDS were not hands nor the legs : expect to be in small, dismal a lan- Carle B Hazen }
Home Gardens by May I on Lot apartment personwho time required for any ethnic Full
loss of I 11 I per cent or more of our total U.S. Freeman In a forceful exposition of Ihe damage legs but appendages in Ihe right places Simula/ 42, so I can be near Port Salerno might like to walch a little guacc Its culture is worldwide, Port-time Salerno.resident
domestic market Secondly through the fad the imports arc doing to cattle producers ing a more advanced creature Where eyes and the inlet.AnVLlS TV read a magazine or perhaps and Esperanto has been describedas
w that distribution of imports is in direct relation to grain growers and lo employment might have been in a more complex organism sit for a while, talk and make a "a ribbon of friendship linking : -u ILET'S
: lo point of entry Here in Florida we have Importation of beef into the U.S. more there were dimples of flesh imitating eyes 1SFH A new friend' In the winter they peoples of the whole world
three ports pouring in import beef and we have than tripled in Ihe past five years. Nearly 11 And there was a little tail (that might have CIVIC CENTER are Stuurt's lifeblood. but Stuartis Anyone interested should write LAUGHThe

., reason to believe that in the communities sur per cent of all beef consumed in the U.s. been used like an our to impel this "new Editor Stuart News: going to' begin to get anemic if The Esperanto League, 808 Ste-
they don I wake up to the I act wart Street, Meadville, Pa,
these that the of last The beef ---.J
rounding ports percentage year was Imported represented thing At last, the parking meters are little railroad junction
that
Gibson
'. import beef retailed to Florida consumers. bv imports I lust year represented some 4.000OIK ,. gone! You know I I'm beginning has a every civic center with more lo Mary history teacher was hI I
restaurants, hotels, etc reaches as high as hoper ) ) head of cattle which could have used up "IT" REMINDED me of nothing I had to feel good about this little old offer than Stuart has I think the DIIINDS: 1SHI1KSEd ing down on disarmament .

cent Therefore Honda producers have sonic 20 billion pounds of food grams surplus ever seen before in Ihe flesh, in fossils, or in town of Stuart again. Years ago people of Stuart need a place here peace "H >w many in the ",*
: lost a substantial portion of the state market if fed and fattened in the US And books-and thousands of its fellows. stranded 1 used to boast that the City of they can meet without paying high tor Stuart News: dislike 1 war*" she asked
In this connection each livestock market U,S. uid strewn Ihe Stuart and its people wcrcn't out rentals In answer to Harvey 1Vilstm'srecent
in foreign program, supported by Ihe by a receding wave were upon letter first state and I Many hands went into illShe
that last dollar of any
: the Mate has felt the loss of from three to ten the beef imports are being encouraged by the beach expiring When I covered the same to the squeeze tourist and people living out in Miss i Mary Shackletord my anada or Mexico restrict the singled out a boy and "

buyers on auction day due to the fact their American taxpayers ground on my walk back the sun was shriveling Martin County It was a friendly mother (Mrs Franklin Jones), Mrs c,,tch of sport fishermen' and tourists "All right' John you tell II' II
needs are filled by import beef. It is lime Washington starts to listen to them and next day all up und down the little town took! No parking meters Radie Belle Krueger Mrs. Carroll to a certain number ot' fish you don t like war.

: Lastly Florida producers are beginning the pleas of c it tic men of Florida and the rest seashore, they were gone No nuisance with small change Dunscomhe all worked to get the per div and sport fishermen are Because wars make h"tl'i
; feel the long range effects of imports on their of the country. There seems little point in You could still park free in Stuart, center built as a USD. with the nn allowed to sell their catch Johnny replied.-The Spoke Hits
industry. Our Florida industry is one of the continuing policies which threaten an important I DID NOT save a "blue blob," putting while most other towns were meter government paying half. the After the Therefore, I suggest to the Izaak ary. N. C.
become town
it to .
most dynamic) und progressive stile cattle segment of Ihe economy it in formaldehyde and sending it off to some ed The town somehow had a dif war was It kind of makes Walton League that they get a bill
marine laboratory for identification 1 preferto ferenl feeling which it lost whenwe recreation center enacted to make it strictly sport Many a child who watches II ,
their efforts seem in vain. for all tourists and vision for hours will dow
had to start watching the mm fishing pit a go
think that I something new and unclassified -
r -- --- saw Adults don I feel welcome ina
ute hand on the meter and paying five-uish limit per person a day history-not to mention arith ,
a rare denizen of the remotest part parking tickets. No one can ever place whose sign out in front If a sport wants to sell his catch tic. English. and geography K,
Flotilla 59 for Past of the sea cast on our shore by freak winds convince me that those meters practically 'says You do not belong he should pay a $50 fee to do soAls topics, Bellcsville, Ontario, Iada .,
I Congratulations to and unusual currents that may not be repeatedsoon were needed, because only once here: I, for one prefer the I thank it i is verv much ,

in my life was I unable to find a tourist business to airplane factor out ol place to try to take awayanyone .
I And Present Contributions to Community parking place in town The people lea and other industries the Commune living Also when you A few years ago in a III

I IN FACT, just meeting it, has given me a ,in Stuart are so spoiled that they of 100 is trying mllui to of bring workers in., slip i :the: 'ia\lt'b fish houses Southern U S. village a very ,
the
with
II definite sense of superiority over the run-cf think parking is rough if they resulting will close. Also lh the cessful revival was held ,in a Ic.

I There will be a steak supper al the Elks St .ucic Inlet as a decoy ami.submarine force. the.mill treasure hunters along our seashore. can'I park in front of the store Yours sincerely. sports old bluefish for 3 cents church. Candidates for bapt
Club they want to enter In the city, an a pound I, 1 he netlcrs wouldn"1calch were to be ready on Sunday e"
I next Saturday night in which I lolilla W They performed work
rescue as freighter after Dorothy Coutanl
them fur that Also all sing. and a big crowd gathered
block winter
walk I is considered
I of the Coast 1 Guard Auxiliary ill celebrate Mstwentysecond freighter was sunk along this coast and patrolled THEY BRAG about picking up conch close eight there is no daylight netting watch on the bank of the river

I anniversary with a sleek supper Ihe beaches against the landing of egg-cases paper nautilus ray egg cases. Hoi 1 love the silly petunia boxes lilt: WANTS US TO I recommend that all part.time the edge of town.
honoring the eight charter members who saboteurs land gm bottles sea beans lions paws and hanging from the lamp posts They LEARN lAPlRWIO 011-of-stale residents find out the Sam Perkins, a notorious ch.

still are active. Since \\ orldar II, the group has per pieces of dngtwood that look like birds' heads seem to say, "here is a town whose Editor Stuart News: true facts before they have so much seta, was the first lo be baptize,,
: the flotilla was formed in 1942. when formed an invaluable educational civic servicein if you look al them just right Not every day people really care" but do they? Various methods o f foreign to say about the rivers. nellers After Sam came out of the watt' '
; the ravages of World War II began to be felt training many hundreds of boatmen In safe but frequently enough, they get something that There is still an unhappy thing language leaching have been tried and all bonafide commercial fishermen one of his pals on Ihe bank shot '
along this eotst Its members, many recruited operation ol their craft We join the cons they prize. in this town Without doubt, it's in efforts lo make the study easier who are trying to make a cd "Is Ihe water cold Sin
from the Stuart Saillish Club charter fleet niumty in congratulating Flotilla 59 for "a wonderful for the leen.agers to but it remains a dilticult long living for their families "No. said Sam Put him and I

: cruised al night at high speed in the waters off job well done. past und present. ALL EXCEPT one collector who specializesin have that big beautiful civic center range goal No one knows why at times again, Parson came the VI'I.
He has collected thousands of all for their own Our attitude The goal is desirable for many there lots of fish and then bid aiiain, "He ami quit I Inll-H!
scallops. nowadays seems to be that our students For others undecided weather and no fish I say again. aid Decatur 111
scallop shells each with a distinctly different

decorative pattern in pinks browns whiles .

Rogers Talks Sense on Boycott of f Cuba and yellows on the top shell He explains that Commission on Aging Begins to function
I some day he hopes to find one that will match

one that he already has BusinfSS--
Opposes Fulbright's Ap peasement Plans I
SINCE NO TWO scallop shells have ever Florida Is Going Into the 'Old Age

been found that are alike, I think that he hasa
Congressman Paul G Rogers has taken think the economic boycott) has not been successful worthwhile hobby, bulilih I mine better
: issue with US Senator JV. Fulbnght of ." During May of 1964 Floridawill private agencies state and local, obtain suitable housing to moral homemaker and meal-on-whte '
Arkansas, head of Ihe Senates Foreign Relations MINE IS finding blue blobs" Once every launch a new program that in behalf of older persons: and financial support consistent service for shut-ins. imrro\ell'!
: Committee. Fulbncjit recently urged The West Palm Beach Democrat denounced fifty years. will enhance its reputation as the Provide a clearing-house for information with family. interests: to live independently in nursing home conditions, ," /
that Red Cuba be tolerated as a nuisance, de"g the sales e>f bus s lo Cuba by Great Britain. nation'i "No. I Retirement State" research and action yd as one chooses;: and to helped eliminate age discrimination: ,

that our boycott attempt| hid been a He sad he did not approve of the sale of To be officially designated as programs: live and with dignity It alsoemphasized in employment
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CI1IZFJSS \RE WIIED
the
"Senior Citizens Month May obligation of older Senior
failure wheat lo Russia this Sumulate and assist local councils CitizenMonth
by ( '
country > IMT COUNTY COURTHOUSE will bring statewide recognition to persons to remain active useful. Florida will witness wide varuMol I
or voluntary concerned a
Declared Rogers: "At this lime when we Cuba may seem remote to the Senator from to thecourthouse three.fourths of' a million Floridians groups healthy and adaptable to the events local t *
have sponsored
Now that dont to go : by
should be pressing forward with our eeonomie Arkansas but to the residents of South Florida you over age sixty In the wordsof changes faced in the later years untary ,
boycott we find a few urging relaxation Don't il is u real and present peril. We have seen to ((1)) buy auto tags. ((2)) pay aheadof your Dr Carter C, Oslerbmd, chair Encourage training for workers. New York and California were en's and groups civic clubs senior, and clubs \4""cworking '
taxes without penalty or ((3)) to register engaged in service to older persons
20000) ( viet, ms of persecution flee in small man of Florida s Commission on the first stales to recognize the with older people Tlur.
and
I bouts to Florida. We are aware that if missiles the primary all those deadlines having Aging: "We will be serving the impact of an "old age problem" will he field-day and other
all citizens of Martin County are invited Recommend legislative and administrative Their picnics
passed interests of the older populationso pioneer activity was fol.10000ed
The Stuart News will furnish photo prints are planted again for( pulled out from caves to visit the courthouse and observe the it may continue as standard action ,in their behalf. up by notable programs ,in tertamment meetings. senior hobby shows citation c.o-
j .. of sizes to 8 by 10 inches of any picture and re-aimed) Florida will be a major target usable fifth Minnesota programs
up operations of their county governmentThe equipment instead of a Other states with such agencies Michigan. Indiana, for notable oldsters and other II'>
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 Congressman Rogers talks sense County Commission Friday issued the wheel on the Florida bandwagon" have made headway in implementing Iowa, Rhode Island Washington fairs The new Florida Comm ,

I for the first print and $1.00 for any addition invitation in a resolution published elsewhere Created by the last Legislature recommendations of the 1961White Maryland Pennsylvania, and New lion on Aging (1107 West Gates:
j prints ordered from the same negative at the This ithe century of science; the artist today, designating April 6-10 as "County the state now has for the first time House Conference on Aging Jersey Street Tallahassee) urges retiree
I tame time, larger sizes by special quotation is only a luxury member of society. True art Government Week" in Martin County a permanent official agency authorized The senior citizens' chapter Maryland. for example, has persons or others interested to send* .
Stuart News employees will not take photographs u doomed to toDevelop : adopted by that conference embraced been able to provide health examinations In their personal suggestions rw
languish is
as long as science
: except for the news and advertising supposed to have the combine wisdom and public awareness of the the right to be useful: to for older persons of events during the month, as Re''
only for The to power '
answers our
attempt needs and i
based
potential of age; employment on merit, to a marginal income. legal advice for as for which the
: columns of The Stuart News predominantly materialistic period Walter has only rarely been successful and then only Help co-ordinate the plans and fair share of recreational, educational the aging training 0 f practical commission specific could projects consider in if

Gropius for a abort while.-Albert Einstein activities of governmental and and health resources, to nurses and of rehabilitation aides, overall planning for the eldertvwITt


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Tucker-Price Wedding to Be
+ I II Pretoria /oo in Cjptcmn South!

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Mr and Mr. James I luekir [ ,played bv I UN Allorncx I hcclcrivkI VALENTINE'SROOK
R,10. ininoiiiicc: the engagement uIixu' I I. Holliniuoiih
:, daughter/ Patricia: d.ul. to I' Her fiiincc is .1 a graduate: olliangor. & KM"OKI) shop

I ,'iwrencc Mien I'nctol' !'..rlmH.h. Me. High School and isunplovitl J29 last Vron Blvd.IOSII .
h) the kwile ( hek, Rest l
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y I'i m.. llunisoi" MiNI I The wedding Hill, Iv held" June, UN*'Sims

',s I IlicKkl' a K .1 gaohiuc, Ol, '\I al the Lake Worth (Impel ofi ( Rc"lnnlnIllY: 6lh
., ,,,. 1111'i Nazarene. with the Rev, C'. K For the Summer
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;I: > i-miigS mother and brother I Tank Service
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COURVOR: I".Rln SVMORD/ ,.l North Carolina and party pictured at Frances ford Ralph Evimude: .nul Mrs. Sanlord Ilirgrove Ross es. director ol tin North, -. -
I Langlords Omiici I( |, I Kist,mi"ml before they left on April 2 for a weeks cruise Carolina Department ol Conservation. stanch! behind ("wernol'unlorJ.! OIMS! *, xsxmxzny: *. INSIST ON THISPOLICY
in the Bahamas (,oscrnur Sanlord i is seated second from left with Miss Lung- include, Mr. and Mrs Herl Bennett Mr anj Mrs. J M Russ and Mw Huwks



I Governor of North Carolina Vacationing on Yacht! I ritli'Iiisurnme\\of>\ It ltl11.1S'1't1'1'E safcguards? your


Governor and Mrs I lerry San Ross and !Mr and! Mrs. Ikrt Bennett in North ( arolina bunch ol youngsters just down the Von International TITLE
ford ol North; C arolina. and close close friends of the Sanfords.! They all felt right at home withat bind of the river lined the hank Also trans oul-of-Umu were
friends Iron, that stale. arc guestsof The distinguished visitors from least some of the guests, the with fish rule> to pick. up( tho Mr. and Mm Pat Colter m.l 11an.1 \ by written contractual
Mr. and MrR.llf'h Ivinuule ,North Carolina arrived at Lang- Crary tribe, including former State new trout Mrs font FXiimelK. is'i .uloineNs I undertaking and stands
aboard the "(h.mliclecr." lord Manna March J I. 1 hey were Senator and Mrs Evans Crury, Bowies' other is John llonlcn, 1'IIUt 1 (\lL .f[
With (lust I the "( hanliclcer, guests of Mr. and! Mrs. Lvmrudc: Judge and !Mrs Evans Crary Jr. president' ol Kcxall Dings. ind itwas associated! with UK Mil I j for your protection as
crew and the Sanford "part at a dinner at I ranees lan ford'. i and Mr. and Mrs. William 1'. Rcxall J Drugs which sponsored wuukce. Wis, law firm ni thuds' \ (the insurance
they are cruising around! IIhoilrd.j outrigger Restaurant Crary. The Crar)s own it cabin the "F ranees I l.alllih'rJ11118":' \ lyrrell and Hence; Mrs, \\'illianiI FOR SALEI obligation
hamas The I Iclt I April 3 An informal dinner was held! on Inc Last I Fork River in North I IV shown several years ugo I ess ol (urmtl, N Y milt New of one of the nation's
due to return Saturday April I at the Evinrudt I'olyne- Carolina and Mrs. Crary Sr. is a Other guestsat the 1 vumule'i Yotk City, ind [mill! Cirupin. ol
\Vith Governor Sanford i is the Mon Hut honoring the governor native of South Carolina. dinner at the Polynesian Hut on Gloucester Mass. I loinc located in largest and strongesttitle
chairman of North Carolina Conservation and his party. Governor Sanford ab discussing April I included Mr and' Mis S. I 111',11 1 guests< in addition to the Stuart Schools insurance
Department HargroveBowles I The suit'spoken governor i* finishing the taciturnity of North Carolinians A. Itnggs ol the 1I.lhumdMr.. Caintan included Mrs Anne ; near
and Mrs Boulcs. Other i / his first and onlv term ,since a He told! of the mountaineer Brings chairman ol( the hoard l-unglord and Mrs. Zola. Swarth- 3 nnmooMS' 2 n vi us.CTJSIKM com p.mies.
guests are Mr and Mrs. J. M governor cannot.run: for two terms who said to his wile, ol the Outboard Marine ( orpora- out Inii'ors TIIII1
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do could to ever keep have from, and telling its all I"can 1 lushand of Former Stuart Girl ; AM! 11M II' (.. COM-: I: l ;... TITLE SECURITY COMPANY

I However there was no you.evidence ........................-----...---.. PI Ll1': SI'KINMI! \' :::\ 271 OSdOLA AVENUE:
REALESTATE of the 'reserved" nature of the
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Sanford group They were intense Hubbard Gets 1964 CALL AT 7-0531() -_ (Vulhori/rd. / Agents)
ly interested in our own state and .
said many time that the friendliness
of the people here was just

wonderful Conservationist!. Bowles came in Microbiology AwardJerry ULLLYTIRE

for some kidding when !Mrs Crary
told how the Conservation Department
dumped small trout in Smith Flubbard husband While at the Universitv ol' lexasHuhburd !
SCHOOLThis i the river near their cabin ol: the former I Shirley C base ol I was named the recipientof 4
I Then, Mrs Crary continued, a SUM it. has won the Nlarg.uet June, a Rosalie B. I lite I're-doetoral
McKmney l lewis Award in Microbiology Fellowship lie 11& member. ol' the
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for I 1964.Announcement\ Texas Branch ol the American SALE!
for
your party of the aware Society ol' M jet ohlol'g and an
course prepares one to take the State DANCE WITH I was made by Dr,"Orville Wj ;. AWrWtu10. aK a ln..c.u4;.the lil.tIIlely sit

chairman of the Department ol the Sigma Xi I lxlcuTlvEt14 I '; ..rt.rAmj, ; ;'I.n'n'I.'I"'I.; .; "
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Examination for real estate salesman or RLLGRECO I. Microbiology at the University ol His, iliHloral' research! has! been I GILLETTE ; ;
C lexasHubbard. conducted under the supervision) XVV PROFILE g GU.,U'INTED'tOUR g
broker. Next class 13. Priceof was selected to receive ol Dr Jackson, W. foler. The
starting April STYLE this award on the basis of his academic problem under investigation IN 'I/Oln/ : i* in 'Writing' to Wear S

$75. For informationcall SOCIU. UNCTIONS records, his,> research progress concerned with the vitamin control TYHEX 100()% DuPONT NYLON 30 MONTHS-
course more and his contributions to the ol, cellular niclabolisin, When the '
DINNERS: JJl'ESRoule AI nit: sun. : ruiCK: j j,1
university program I Ids mime will bacterial. cells ure cultured in a :
lobe Sound 5465295. I lobe Sound 1, Box Florida 56 be engraved on a plaque displayedin medium deficient m the vitamin 4 FULL PLY, NOT 2 PLY :fe; 25OOOMILES g
the Lxpcrimcnt.il: Science Building liintin,
large ol
I Telephone 5465187BUV and he is receiving a cash acid are pioduccd quantities: \ :al the glulamic expense MW' a Mil I !SltONDS a NOI, ) tll\VIO\IS| f."AU': ; )" 1!.";: 111'/ ./,W.\ll'\ '

Jlard.of. $5X( )J. Funds I Illr.t t this i of growth Under these condition" .
)13"tt TUBELESS
-- annual award are derived Irom about one-hall. ul I the ,polcntia 15" TU1IK-TYPI5
I the estate of the first teacher ol nutrients are lost 'trout the cell 6nn513(! ) 65IUIJ! 70(1x1.( '
6 1)1() 6.5() l 15 J" (){() 2 f for 23.K()()
microbiology t : at the University of in the form, of excreted glulamic : \ .
Texas, the later :I I. M Lewis, and acid the investigations' have been 1395 I 1595 I 1695 670x15: 13.28 .2 for 25.56'
the award I is> named in honor ol conducted to characleri/o the allured '
2 I OK %6.90 2 I OK 3D.VII) 2 I FUR .12.90
his mother functions ol the hiotmdelicienl 710\15. . 14.91. 2 for 28.82
a. Hubhard i is a native of Tipton cells It is felt than Mudieilh 760x15: 1 16.62..2 for 32.24
Okla 750>I4 800 I4
He earned the degrees ol this bacterial nimhl 8ytel1l"may
bachelor of science in educationand provide some' basic Information 800/820x15) 19.68. 2 for 38.36
master of science m bacteriology m the VII.II1HIHcllulalory, pro. 1695 1795
at Oklahoma Stale University cesses.
r research for the m.'lcr'Ihe. Alter receiving the PhD I ., Hub- 15" TUBELESS?
sit was supervised by Dr. N. N Kurd plans to brouden his inter. 2 I 100t 32.90H50U 2 I'OK JUO)
Durham a former student III the .sis with a i uui of( posltloctoruleludy 0/650x15( 1353. .2 for 26.06)
Microbiology' Department of the His iiltimalt goal 'is to pur 9011/1150,14 670x15 14.54..2for2 .08710x15
University of Texas (Ph D 1954)) I tie a curses ol teaching
1995 2295 15.90..2() for31i.8o160x15. ( ()

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at local stores. llkl.Y with' tie. "M_ ,

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Regular Bonking Hours Urtv'e-In Banking Hour Yes, because they have the 4-wheel drive familycar CuwtcR

:Mondays thru Friday* 9 V.M. to 2 P.M.: !Monday lire Thursdays 7:30: to 6 P.M.: that's built stronger to last longer. TIM MM/ '
Friday. 5:30 to 7:30 P.\: !. Fridays 7:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M.: Universal take them more place over e span of more year,'than
Saturday* 9 A.\: !. to 12 Noon !Sulurdaj 7JO A.'\*L to 12 NoonMEMBER any ordinary car Fishing spots' The more remote the better "NE-wN OF OUR NEW
I Hunting sites?Way beyond the reach of road.What' more,when
you own 'jeep' Universal you suddenly find dozens of use you
BANK OPSTUART never thought of before! See the 'Jeep' Universal at your 'Jeep' ,9N-AM.
dealers.Available with. hard 'top or' conv.rtlbl.lDp. Fully enclosedor STORE
with half top and pickup box Wheelbate up to 101. It's the I'1';fE Co. .
real McCoy KAISER Jeep caapaiATiOM
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6-C Tilt STUART ((Tin) NtH TliurotflV. April 9, 1964
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[* Home Building i Section i ; ] tr0' w ( ..; 7h 27 PO CH -TOM--POWELL--- -- - Heathcote Nurseries



dhal! l2 s Window Awnings
of K p LIYING DINING RMRI Screen Rooms Architect Designed Landscaping
Oriental Design A Specialty.
RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Mobile Home Complete Line of Ornamental

/' I AdditionsThe 'I plant Material. "The Indian
(:Manh 27 through April 3)) River Area' Oldest Landscape
CARPORT HALL BEDROOM Most for I Nursery Our 38th Year" Turn
Owner location Contractor Description Amount
Right) off U.S. 1 a' Llndkley
rn I4a% Your 1lloneyPHONE
H Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
City Stuart 2874719 HOward 15332.
'
BATH
John Van Hcea 520 Osceola Street ApoIOlopoulO'l Remodel 0 208M Q. t ,

Jessie Massie 530 Oceola Street Apostolopnulov Enclose porch ((00 PATIO v
Jack Pat hall 625 Channel Avenue Alumera Carport );00LewKuhicek

105 St. Lucie Crescent Alumera Awnings( 200 18
R. Nlckcnon Painting Co. 248 11'est t Osceola Street City Sign Sign 350 r
H. Dyer 904 St. Lucie Cre+cent None RemoJct 1,0410 BEDROOM BEDROOM _

Mrs E. John'lOn Marlins Mohile Homer Park Powell Screen room 350 an tr n ens

R. Comhs Stuart Trailer Town Powell Screen room 300 -_ 14. ---N ffl\\
Bnlner'l }louse oC Realty 1(1t( ) South Federal Highway Adams Move aigo 500) FUKNUUKB RENTALS
Standard Oil Company 3410 Smith Federal Highway Taylor Service station 25.000 sliding glass door and gives this The bathroom has the tub away

J. S. l'aNhall 625 Channel Avenue Alumera Reside buillling 900 area an unusual touch of illumination from the window, a wall-hung toilet CO.
This space I U further enlarged and a washbasin built into a ROWELL FURNITURE
Martin County (again optically) by the 4-foot- 42-lnch.wlde counter with cahi--
net space underneath. And for Dial AT 7-0804 \\t Give Gold Bond SlamosHEARING !>>
'trl.'ounty Gas Company Golden Gate None AdJition 500 wide serving window which join guest towels there is a series of j
the kitchen with that of the
Chamberlin Pines Mobile Village Tom Powell Cabana roof 200 dining end of space this room. shelves ((12 inches wide) right next
C. A Louis Rocky Point None Utility room SOO The kitchen (marked K) hat to washbasin the door and adjacent to the [

Homer Seller Martin County Highway None Darn 3,000 two distinct parts: the front"work. Plant for Home No.1 112?-29
AIDSAll
Cotal Garden. Construction Co Sea Gatc harbor None Residence\ 6 ,000( ing kitchen, 8tt by 12 feet in were drawn by Jan Reiner, editorof -7'1' I
size, has
a shaped work-counter
Willie Price fort Salerno None Addition 2,000 8. Florida \Homes magamc (The
while the /6 by foot break-
W H. Wagner Sea Gate Harbor None Residence 12,000E. rant alcove with a double window magazine is available a t Vul* new styles at sensible prices

S: DurorJ Palm Lake Park None Residence 5 ,000 facing the garden is away from Book 1000-Store Fifty-second or by mailing Street North$1 to, Service on all makes of Instruments
Ernest Traunll Port Salerno None Addition 500 kitchen traffic The work-counter A\RP-\RT\: special program
St Petersburg 10) Fla)
Karl )Herrlin North River Shurel None Residence 15,000 includes the sink (S) also under a ___ 'I. Free hearing test In home or office
double window, the refrigeratorRF
KayneI' R. Smith Manatee Bay Mid/ None Sea wall 750Coral ( ) on the right and the rangeR PAINTS HARDWARE I Batteries, cords, molds
Garden Construction Co. Coral GnrJenv None Residence / ,OOO .
( ) and built in oven on the left. Atlantic '..036JII C.rl Phone and mail orders
Coral Gardens Construction Co Sea Gate \Harhor None Residence 7.000 Happily for the homemaker, the DI.trlbutor/ e.rk.r
Camey Smith Monterey IIId None Repairs J.OOOI through traffic" between the car Calvinlml. Pip.Plumblnt .
port and the rest of the house does SupoIlM Acousticon Hearing Aid Center
not interfere with cooking.

Adjacent to the dining alcove Pip. Cut 709 ORANGE AVENUE, FORT PIERCE 461-3266
hut still handy to the work-counter, T. Sk.lck
Sliding Doors Give Illusion of SpaceBy I is a washer-dryer combinationW ElMtrle' Supoll.iMour
( ), a half-bath with a shower stall Bm.hM For Bl,ck *. D.cl...r. =_I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 1 1 1 I I I I I!I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11111111111111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I filii I I I I I II I I 111111I111111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINoticc I I I I I I!I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1-
(marked with diagonal cross-lines) Skill PorUr C.bl..nd Oth.r.

JAN REIMR first glance because its two elements with its narrow end, and then thereis and a water heater (dotted circle). INDIAN RIVER SALESOn is to all marine
Home No. 1122-29 I are so( clearly defined. the 20 by 2H-foot kitchen.car. Behind this water heater and fac- Tk> Dtlv. On. Mil North hereby given
I The architectural makeup of I First t. there i is the 24 by 38-foot I port unit, set further from the The first group of figures lug the kitchen is a series of shelves JENSEN BEACH
In the house number interests that will
and
represents !? for canned goods and breakfast navigation we
House No. 112229 is visible at living unit which faces the street street and joining the first unit to
the feet of liva-
square 'oods!-which should stay crisp
able area in the house (The longer. There is a double storage Tops In Design 6 have equipment anchored approxi
other group is an office number space at the back of the carport, = =
.) According to Jan Rein. part of it opening on the garden 1 mately 1,000 feet offshore with cables c
er, the cost of building sucha
house may be reckoned as .,i side.The 1 II"| by 13.foot master bed KINGSIGNS
about $10 l per square foot, room has cross-ventilation and a6foot extending to the shore at Jupiter Is-
exclusive I of land cost For ex closet with bifold doors for
ample, a house numbered better access The second bedroom land. Location i is approximately 9 e
935-11 would have 935 square also has a 6-foot Closet and a slid-
feet of livub'e' area and ing glass' door to a privateowhich miles south of the St. Lucie Inlet. This
.L 1 should I cost approximately: 'contains a small pool (P)

$9,350 to build with decorative masonry, wall NEON SPECIALISTSFort equipment will be lighted at night by
around it (see picture). A 3-foot
closet I is planned for the third bed. Pierce HOward 4-1399 3 red lights in accordance with Coast
form an "L," whose total front room and a 3.foot linen closet is = =
age is only 44 feet This house is located in the corridor.Building Guard requirements.
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tneretore lot.Roth ideally suited for a narrow SAFTIAIDSLOCKSMITHS

units are topped! with shed Permits =
roofs covered with whto marble
chip"Tffe'"y6T5P"oTeP. ; tITS Imnf -KEYS MADELock DICKERSON I
room part has its highest point "ToTal t r $$91,750Six Combinations =
at the rear (in order to give the
22'by\ 12-foot living.dining areaa permits for new residenceswere Changed Incorporated
(ten-foot.high ceiling) and its _
the ( building -NEW LOCKS-
Add a Phone. .Add a Lot to Living lowest point at the street side permits among issued in Martin County STUART, FLORIDA flllIIIIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlIIIIfhIIIIIIlIIIIIII
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(over the bedrooms) The shed last week for a total of $91,7W. Hobe Sound
roof over the carport slopes in the .
Why let the house run ? Why not take it easier with kitchen Eleven city permits totaled $32
you a opposite direction; that i is, its highest 300 and fourteen county permits 546.4881 546-5137 i
extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most.. .bed point is on the street side and totaled $59,450.'Law IIIlIIIIIIIIIIillllllllll.
us t lowest t purl Is I over the storage!! -- --
room, workshop, Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension areas. the breakfast t ulcove and

phones, just call your Telephone Company Business Office.Southern the screen porch Incidentally, trellis Night' Ends I !
work inserted In t the widely Book Review SeriesThe '
projecting eave over the kitchen you move up
window. gives extra light to the final "Exploring Books"
Boll work space and adds a picturesque I program of the season will he held to better
touch to the see Puhlic 11-i
entrance patio ( it the Martin County
sill)its FfKxdn j
.
picture). hrary at 7:30: p.m. on Thursday,
.n The 4 by 10-foot entrance hall April 16.
11 1 1U1
In i P m4 I living. .
'Nip l (with a double closet) leads to the It will he Law( Night," all the .
bedroom hall as well as to the living hooks to be reviewed having to do b
,,1 I -room. which it screens A small with trials or lawyers 1. .- s Ill
sky dome (see picture) brings I in It I is hoped that for this I last ... _.6..... __ I .,
N extra rays of sunlight and thus meeting of the season a good j
III repeats the motif of the trellis crowd will come and swap comments
I 1aYM d 11 N MIWhllrlu ,, I I 11P1i1NMp 1 I v I I II work on the other side of the with the panel\ Audience
I II W i front door. The decorative grill participation i In this panel-type
i
'' i UI I ,I ,l lI work in front of the centrally l located program of book reviewing ,is expected

I, ,' pNll 1 heater (marked H) is visiblein and usually generates lot r :
I the hall. of interest about good books In c.i :

''s 1 Two foot-wide sliding glass general 1
,aldllrtl. doors open the living-elming area The panel of reviewers for the
,l.. toward the screen porch and the evening and their books, is as
? 1 I 111a,11 girden:\ Optically, the porch and follows ; Evans Crary Jr will
the living room together form a review "Court Room Warrior" by
space 22 by 20 feet. A 22-foot-long Richard O'Connor; Dr. Irene Ha c./
of indirect extendsin will discuss sly Life in
IN11i 111 al 1 I trough lighting ber
it I one sweeping line over the two Court' by Louis Nizer, Carol I
Schmidt will do "Final Verdict"
II ryl +rall I.. 1 i II I I I III I'' ,( by Adela (Rogers) St John, and
] Esther Warren will present "Of
I ComplcbAutomotive Good and Evil"* by Ernest Gann.
IIhll, it 1 1'I'IuM 'I IIII' 11 II@@ In, I''1I Id l i I i'1' uI Captain Warren Corliss will be i 1
1ollll 4 ,1 'I s
a .
I 1 lll 41 moderator.The
I
public ls cordially invitedto : I
Repairs attend, and there will be no )
1 NM 1 hi'll' I charge for this interesting discussion j
4 of good books j
i al j d I I II Chason's Garage /r -' --tl
II I "l r I The United States Antarctic expeditions
I Dial AT 7-2311 South Pole station recorded

I SERVICE FOR SAFETY a record low temperatureof
414-41S South F.4MI. Hl.!>w.r 109 5 degree below zero on .... ,
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__ July 15, 1963. (


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RANGE and WATER HEATERA

flameleei electric range eliminate! pot. And with a luper.faat, roper-aaf tlec-
.. watching and make cooking: a Joy, not trio water heater you'r always lure of
Motors Rewound a char Keep your kitchen many doplenty of hot, water-Instantly! Flatne-
Home Wiring & Outlets rasa eooler. Wall,ceiling and Airman" free, fume-lree and noiaelee* for precious
ingi: tap clmner longer. It'. eeaier and peace of mind.Need.no flue,ao it can be
Water Pump Repairs afar, too..no flan*!*, no fume, no oonaafely tucked away anywhere. Entirely
atant-burning pilot light Get an electric automatic-and beet of all, it cost 1 lea*
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDVY 4 range for a happy change! to buy,'lea to use

fir' W Sltn4 Rant you'll vonl, to*it your appluuu Jtaltr...out far At rif U sue
,M.w.lr'' 1 ', '' Bed ifyit tf Wat*H-*',.your baler,plumhng or tlxtneal contractor.

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i 4 ndl',, II'I P II, Ili rill W ;' it IMI'dl : ENTER PILLSBURY'S GRAND NATIONAL ELECTRIC BAKE-OFF :

: official entry blanks available at your favorite grocery store.FLORIDA :
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HIGBEE ELECTRIC --tIN;'J4 tlard ". lameness L'

your ..."r'. 'aaal ", reelLIGHT

t/yht es a citlren?. be sure to register and vote this year POWER I COHPA1T
327 OSCEOLA AT 7-0744 -
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Candidates Will Be Queried: the exchange of pubh land fir Tilt fltHRT (Florida) 1VTW
JENSEN BEACH Women Association Slates private land on \CI'en.mlle stretchof Thursday. April 9_, _1964_7-C
NEWS Lake Okcichobee shore north r"

MRS MYRtlE of Port Mayaca where a largo to the national convention to
WHITMAN. Luncheon Card Fashion ShowJensen Mte
rormpondcnt AT 7-170 I Mile Lake ClosingTo canal will he built west of the be held at Davenport Iowa
1aa
highway to create a new dike In Robert flair urged .ill members,
Beach Women', AMD reservations must 1 be mad early the !lake to read "The Quiet Crisis." book
Auxiliary ciation will !sponsor a luncheon, is accommodations art limited In substance his plan is 'to move on the national conservation situation -
Legion Taps card party and fa hion, show' at i Call Mrs Marie Miller at AT 7. Be Investigated the canal further westward and by Stewart Udall secrctarv
I Sunrise Inn on Monday. April 11il deed additional public land thus of (he interior
494)! I
noon. created to private owners along ..
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Two The His and Her Shop of Stuart, TRINITY Mmionisr: Martin County Chapter of the i is the only large wilderness lake ; the stretch m exchange for deed I ('II\RI ES F. \DK.SBY!
for Girls'StateMembers will present attractive beach styles, NOTES Itaak Walton League will attempt! ava I.ible in this area. The road mg of a portion of Ihe private (..KM LAKES GRID
modeled at poolside immediately to ascertain the !positions on sale leading in. which was rtvenlKbloeked lmJ for public park purposes I Charles E Dijisbv' .seventeen
following the luncheon Monday April 13 regular I of underwater lands from all pov his been used bv the pub I Under present plums, the pri son of Mr. and !Mrs ( harles I.
of American legion at Girls State which will he held This promises to be another it monthly meeting of Ruth Circle! ernor candidates ahead of the Ma3 \'' lie for more than thirtv-liu xe.irs. auto lands west of the hllJh"8v'I Digshv of Seventh Street. Stuart,
Auxiliary. Post 126 held a reception at Florida State University at Tal.lahas..e a series of gala parties sponsoredby 1:30: p.m.. at the church. primary he said, I \\ he too narrow to otter t completed basic{ training "March- I I'
!
11 1 at on the Tuesday evening March on June 12 through 19. the Women Association, and Tuesday. April 14 official /hoard County Commission candidateswill M.irlm Heiivelmuns reportedthat I II I themselves tsar development B> at the Naval Training ( enter Great
Legion Hall '
for the canal westward and
of this area, who girls Alternates named were Carol Sym meeting 7JO: p.m. at the church "be asked to state their p0M i. two more striped bass hive; moving I Lakes. 111 The nine-week training
are eligible for and deeding additional depth to the
Betty Joyce Yates I
lions on bulkhead lines. been captured and released He includes. naval orientation history
Girls
The Stale and their parents. A luncheon has "been arranged I Mrs. Edwin Miller/ GUESTS FROM MICHIGAN The conservation group favors said tint permission is being sought owners. the increased I lands would be bronchi lor and organization. seamanship. ordnance .
reception was planned to hy the Twelfth District Curls Slate Mopping the sale of st.stc-owned from the dime and Fresh Water I into nn use phase and gunnery) m lilnrv drill
!give the girls a better understanding chairman to he held at the Trade I Holds Canasta Party Mr and Mrs Vernelle Johnson underwater lands, and II favcxshulkhead Fish ('(l 1l11i\\ 1'n to olfer u reward 'fishing. camps or residential purposes first aid and survival
of Girls Slate and the rcspon winds Restaurant i n Melbourne and family Sheryl. Susan and Jo- lines approximating the for return of the first live fingerling
Mrs Edwin D. Miller of 207
abilities Me said if his works
plan
that are theirs it they on May 17 to honor all 1964 candidates l lyn, from Cadillac, bitch natural shorelines which would prove that the' I : Jlth : 1.1'NNE: MKOT1'1;
should be chosen for this honor. Skyline Drive entertained at her ? were enough I saved hy I the acquisition
Susan Weiss. who had attended the from candidates the district who as wellas i home on Friday afternoon, April recent guests of Mr and Mrs At the April meeting in the. Introduced I'ecieha.. spawned' of the public park lands ON! ins I 1.1 isi I
Girls attendedlust 3, with a de ....rt-canta\ta community room ol the First National successfully tree funds to build bout lock
State last )'ear.a' presenton year. party. Fred J Hall of 211 Hilltop ( ourtPFRMVN 1i a Lynne> Paula Siesta was again
Bunk I last ni The of whether
this occasion and T\\enty.four guests enjoyed the Friday hl.Preilenl question the 'truant the canal t lo the lakethe on the dean list .is announced
gave some
of the highlights of her experience The next meeting of the Auxiliary affair. I Included were: Mrs. Harry ,VIS Chuck Kindred reported count) policy on the clearing of chapter supported hs ideastd for trimester I ,by flordi' State
will he held on Monday thai ecological surveys hthe lots and acreage would) I desire authori/cd him to appoint Umversitv
as well as helping to answer many Miller Mrs. John Puls", Mr a The list c ,In t .1 i i n s
questions and olfcr advice. April IS.WWI Prance Hubbell Mr. August Mr and Mrs Fred Fisher of Stale t Conservation Department quail cover was raised by Prey committee ol three mcmlxrt ol tho names of undergraduates carping
Punch and cookies Brunning, Mrs Ralph Henry, Mrs I Cumberland Md.. and Mrs Judy have been requested before acv dent Kindred but County Commissioner the chapter to make" an 'n.ite inspeetion twelve or more hours who
to and wl'reCrved AuxiliaryObligates James Price Mrs William Rob. Yae ;erline were dinner guests recently more permits are granted to dredge lelwiinl Miller Mated with him made a tirade (point 1 .iverage of
guests Auxiliary
members hine, Mrs Zillah Rhoads, Mrs of Mrs Orlena Braun of and fill in Ihe Indian River. thai there hid Ken no general I 1 Diet !appointed, as a dele '.0 (III or higher in most divisions,
After the guests had departed, Frederick Diehl, Mrs. Leafy Gardiner Pine Avenue The Fishers are On a plea by Ernest LonIhat clearing requests, only isol,Heel 1 lots' I
Mrs, Emma McCuc, chairman of FiveThe Mrsilliam Mercer. Mrs winter residents of Stuart and the the chapter attempt to have Mile in developed are is. I
Girls I State, called a meeting of Lake re-opened to fishermen km Don fiche. who I Is memhit'
; Leroy Hcnpe. Mrs August Siland-! aunt and uncle of Mrs. lirann n Where this emblem /A displayed/
the members at which i time Carol Auxiliary of World War I er, Mrs Gus Freidrichs Mrs. Rrg dred appointed John McQmgg to of the Fri-conniv Recreation (\lmI I you are
Yankovich and Susan Coulter were Veterans met at Ihe old Community Walker. Mrs John Herrmann, Mrs Ward Biker; of Skyline open negotiations: with General mitten of Central A Southern I lor I assured of the finest insurance service
chosen to represent the Auxiliary Church on Friday evening, April Mrs Chris Kiilb Mrs Grace LewIs Drive spent the Fasteruekrnc Development Corporation. I Ions kit Flood Control District, which in the land.
---.-- --- -- -- -- 1 with the president Mrs. Ruth Mrs Olive Donaldson, Mrs with her eouin. Mrs J >hn A. 'said thit loss of the large I tresh I includes Miitm. St I,iieie mil I
Hall, in charge Fadina Price Mrs Helen Richardson Davis, of lakeland water I lake; in south SI I.uuc ('ounly Okcrchohce counties-, stilted' than I

Guilds Plan For There were lorly-five members Mrs Chris! Connell, Mrs. ---- .-- -it has been fenced-olf under three /boat ramps hive Itcen up
Annual present including five who were Thelma Watson and Mrs. Myrtle lease to u i cattle firm according, !! !proved: one at I'lnpps Park on SiI I
Razaal'I I obligated at this meeting.. Theywere Whitman SmoJsey to reports, -would be felt most I tide Canal. another on ('21 uh.ull I II I
SayatPaaaQaeo. Lcenlh' \ youngsters of Ihe area I LINK( ) feet of the
: Mrs Vincie Taylor Scame west second Icul
A joint meeting of Saint Ann'sand Prizes were won bv Mrs Henry, J
II who customarily have their first '.
structure and third
horn Mrs Ida Frazier Mrs. Charlotte a on ( 'M
Mrs
All Saints' Guilds of All Mercer. Mrs Hcppe Mrs
Sutton I fishing and camping experieiu.esthere three miles west of the s
Mrs lee Bates and Turnpike
Saints' and Mrs Fadina Price .
I Brunning
held at Houg Episcopal Hall on Church Tuesday was eve. Mrs. Bertrcnc Schifsendcr I r xccpt for the Savannas. it _!Delis i working on a 1'1,11h'r

fling. March 11. to make plans for Plans were made for a hake St. Lticie Salon
sale on Saturday, 11. at Jensen +,AtKtYRt
the annual bazaar which has been April Enjoy the Winter Season
scheduled for Nov 23 in the Beach Bank with Mrs. Jessie Holds Initiation 111I1
parish house. Mrs B. J. Fulton WeiniJ as chairman. She will be j1 With a New uVan f torn
and Mrs Frank W. Antos assisted by Mrs Edith Snook and St. I ncie Salon No 643 of the
4
were Mrs Rose Alpctcr Eight and Tony, met on ?
named co-chairmen.
Members A card party was planned for April 1 at the Jensen FridaY'1 PARK PLAZA w. B. TILTON
of Saint
Ann's Guild Thursday April 16 at the community home of the American 1 legion for
were hostesses for this meeting, center. The committee in dinner and initiation.Twentyone 11 BEAUTY SALON

charge consists, of Mrs. Cecil Htr- partners and one i 317 W, OCEAN: BLVD AT 7-28J8 Since 1921INSURANCE
low. Mrs Helen Ferguson Mrs. guest t were present The guest was
Ellen Dffcndal, Mrs Or Ice Eck- Mrs H. J. Libby from Menter, OWNERi GEORGIA JIARDW'ICKOPERATORSt I
lund, and Mrs Trudy Chhasz, Ohio tt. AGENCY
BEER, WINE, chairman. Two department officers present 3a41'flIt / I VF1.MTHOMAS: BARBARA HUNTER

The trustees' Mrs. Lou Davidson were Ic chapeau departmental, j j7 IENSEN BEACH AT '..411
LIQUORS Mrs. Betty Thompson and Mrs. Henry J. Perner of Hialeah takes only one-be nrtful! I =:::: '"'-" ; RF.CFrnONI'iTt BETTY HAROWICK

Mrs Helen Ferguson will meetat and In secretaire caissiere, Mrs -
the home of Mrs Cecil Harlow Thomas Kearney of Miami.
of Ocean Breeze Park, to audit New partners who were initiatedwere
Free Ice Cubes the books Mrs, Dorothy Grimm Mrs. MIND
It was voted to send $10 to Mrs Mary Singer and Mrs Emily Davis. FOR FUTURE PEACEOF
Ochner of the VAS for the spring The next meeting will be held
festival at Coral Gables Veterans on April 24 in Vero Beach



DIALAT7 Hospital'PUBLIC!Ill.\o'R INVITFDIO 1 E\ I Sponsors All Saints Card Guild PartyA I Open A Savings _


Plans are being made for a sil. successful card party was
vcr tea to he held at the home of held 2
Thursday, April ut Houg
Mrs Harry Heritage on North Hall, with approximately thirteen
.. .. .... Jfllli River Drive on SuneUy, ,.
- : tables sin lays r > Account
,- April 19, Today
The at air was sponsored by
The affair will benefit
Unity All Saints duild with Mrs Nellie -
Chapter Order of Eastern Star, Hickett and Mrs. John Herr
1100FREE and the public is invited to attend
.
mann as co-chairmen
Price winners include Mrt At First Federal
?'1T r Laura Desmond Mrs Gerald Mason /
Mrs Jean Fisher Mrs Trudy _
Chihasz, Mrs. Ann Holmes, Mrs
L. Ha kin Mrs D Geehen" Mrs.
DELIVERY M Mjylor and Mrs. Charles Men-
# nerich. ad

I nurR6tatfwWant I Brotherhood Plans r


Another DinnerOn GUARANTEEd ,
HOLIDAY- .
April 14 the Mens Brotherhood 1 }
of Jensen Community 1 ., 4r;'
Church will offer the public a
repeal performance of a most successful THE SECURITY
to send a Rift that'II affair when they sponsor
another dinner with a choice of
be long rnnternhered7never Vermont-style roast turkey or wig ,tLr "lliI:, ,s v+u4i44,, .
ar-cured haked ham plus dessert
7 !'tuf Serving will he from 4 to 7 p.m. OF YOUR
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LIQUORSNEXT RAINBOW GIRLS SIIIVF N, N
I/1P/lP/1/f I s hwr
,'\) Rain. .t ,
"'"''''''7''' "' Approximately thirty-five ', ay
nee ants I how Girls of this area attended I ,
t.OCf AN BLVD' STUART,FLA. the I It f a.m.Crvice of All Saints CHILD + i,

TO KWIK CHEK <76 AT 7-2300 I Episcopal Church I last Sunday,,
most picture
making impressive
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Cruise In Luxury-fo the- West Indlesl itu

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hKfutfini skip N tout,ill mills and)KMimn '

PUERTO RICO and VIRGIN ISLANDS *r NASSAU BAHAMAS tend JAMAICA

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CHOICE SPACE STILL AVAILABLE MKMATMM M. Lena" lees Tease liMT...9t -
FOR FRIDAY'S SAILING! EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORP......H- Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

MAKE RESERVATIONS NOWMixed! I fMil.star. i f.0. IM Ml-Mini* UWIRm
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H- THE STUART (TU.) NTW1: Thiirvdxr April 9. W I TrJ.'o1'01"' Stuart I 1


In Commencement

. DirectoryCIVIC I I $, .
Organizations At GainesvilleSome / : : s It

ORGANIZATIONS M. C. Board el, gored Adjuatmeat
JheJman-Pred KM.edra 1. 100( University of Flori ;., .
Al,,,holit. Anonymousa. Th. .... T CourthotieaMartin I
.oJ ftotm: .. J. a. (,omm.nltr Ckiirc* rd in pat i I" a stuJcnls, representing I 2' r m yut

At ,,r Radio emeriencr c..... County M laeum C i.ml.tlo. .* .
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., &''u.'-4'r5c. 80.... ,'I,.",u o.., '.I I" hugh t. W,II,."llltir J,. candidates for degrees and I 1,843 1

.I, TflUN.. pm. Ilk, Tuee., 7 :911 pm.. Courtkoua. students Who have earned degree .. \ .'

Animal, Rricue LentueC M. C. Zonlni and Plannlnf Coaimlaale since May I 963 will be recog & ,, 'I'Ii
".,'". _Mr.. Ctrl J. Uleo fhairman-: lNmei Gantha ,
Itl, T...., lilO p..... konMA School 80..dCh.l.lllonllon" ni/cU at the university's annual
a Kindred
"ilneu p,.,...lonel Wome. ClukP Bud Mon. 7 .tIll pm, CourihouM coinmcccment ceremonies I at

.P':,'I: :'jn'T -...di plr.hu Mennlnjier Flm Nat'I. Bask Town ., S...*ll. PointM.yor Gainesville on Sunday April If i

C.,cainnl Parfc.Nerth *.l.er Share. Ind Wed-.-J.. I W.rqu.lln pm. loam Hall The university awarded I I. \J(' '; :

rVnpertr Ownero A..oclatlen - - - bachelor degrees, 523 mastertie I ? 11. "' '; !
Pr, "d.nt-C:. M. Rohrebau.h A 9' I" :i .
., home POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS ln' ( '11 !, !) '/ ,, ..: .
1<. ,,'*. Ind Wedneidaxi at grces including nmIcy-one doctor ,, '' \ 1 J. "
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;oral Girdenl Civil A..ocltloa. jbllrea Club ., Marim Cm.ItP.uldoot.Jomna ales in the spring sod fall trunest t' ,"J \;" "" "" .r.' ,.i.. 1 ",>(',\" .iii' ,'

r'_: Kdmund: PU.Il WOIII...II.. Clue WalaoaRepublican Ol Martla C ers of 1963Candidates. ; / }
I' : r1.ultGrallIl" ( ,
'' n I pm. MC. '..... .._Mr... J.tin W. Huanef for degrees at the ij'i'4(: :> ,

"...lrald.... A..I.tlon lid .1.1 ..., 2 p.m Mm, National Dank end of the current term include '''. : ,,,.- ,....), '' '

I 1.ld..t. -Colonel call Cl. V. tettouMeet M C. Democratic executive CommitteeChairman : I 1,031 I undergraduate students and! :

on El..ard T. Murrnr illl.uOVI8.o..Tnau.Muvdne ", :
245 .
students Including
St. Clair graduate f Yfr
Cluk ( Bh.atIM.
arorn 1
...' ,i .... John W. Rueee* Ms.ti ape.. call fifty-eight doctoral: csndidatei .,

M.." I Id pm. Woman' Club Included in the graduates from % li 4
:'i. .,J,
....b Civ* AMMlatlwHonl Hi LllitnUI' UKONIZATION Stuart are Elizabeth Whartm Keller '

.. <1eMucOonald Clrl. Friendly Society' master of education, and Alvin I r : \; Q,(, fk

.1 Mon. 710pm.. 1'1,1N..aI\ .Mali \..... -...... Jack Whltlear Joseph Miller bachelor of electrical I j J
.. St thank. 'i
fri I p. Mary .
I ......!. Cl' 1C Club engineering A graduate from
.lde" flradv "millUon II, Jeeepi. ClllHtI .1' : ",\
will be David Lee Wright
.. p. ,...Id.nl -. Mr.. Ed..d 1..11a Jupiter : ; ,f
I list, M..n., 1pm.i Soboo1 bachelor of seor- pacc en meerana.
I.a... ....h ear,.. Club
Pre.ide,,t-Mr.. Calvin Wither I (.. Joseph Holy Name Society.
1t4 Wed. I p..... J. B Women Club 'i......Id...t_H. Ro.m.rln' Stock TransferOn ,
Than before Ind Bun, I p .... Sobnol.
I...... Brack W........ AaMMlalloa lf'\
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Fi..*tden..-Mn. Kraice.Hubl.>.elt'at Coral Gardens \ 1
.Ird MOB. 68 107 Cluhboue OUTING II ,... 4'

lunlor Woman Club. Bop Scout ., America Bowling LanesIn !fi

... .,,_Mr.. 0 IT Cromwell: flooutma.ter-Earl: Delp -. .. _.. n, ._.. ':ti, 'itm .., .V\;.. 1
lid Moa.. I p.m., Woman Club We4.llOpm.. Stuart Am to. -. Ball s stock: transfer last week 83 -

Martin Count* Aaduboa Soclet Jti.r4: Sea E.pl......, J.n... Seack, Ship 420 per cent of the stock in Coral AREA: KIWAMANS met with slate governor Jim Starkey. of Fort Walton Beach Janic Rinc Indiantown president: Bob llirp Jupiter,Hohe Sound! president,

Ird Moa. I P.m.. Judt. ClonU' "Wed klppup-Gannns, till ,.... Gl.aa.uu Anchoraie Marina. Garden Lanes was obtained by on Wcdncsda> night April I during a Division t j..6 dinner at Ihe Port St I.ucie Bill ( irnei' \' Beach president mcl! Koibm Laimmgcr president of Ihe host

M C. A.ieclatloa ,.. Mental Haltk - - - I Armand Marcanthony and Stephen Hotel und Countrv Club I She Indian Rind Junior College chorale entertained! South I )1 I Piern, wlub Salel are (Iron left to right Lclwin fcsse Fort Pierce I
.
PrMld.nl-IU.. Donald cbroe erInd Mcssana both of Miami
Thnra. nooo. Tb. RaefM SERVICE CLUBS sale Pictured! are from lei: I to right standing, Or .H H. H pson! Stuart club president president! M,irkt and A I Andy; Pittm in Stuart district: lieutenant-governor.
The conditional contract
C. Chapter. Amerleaa Caaeer .Social. Clvltaa. Club el, Sluartr : -- --
,'b.lriu.n-Mullori Juhniaa >..
Martin M.oiorlal Hoipltal. Aualllary. Wed. ... p..., Bhlp Lantera $ ) Listed: al selling i the "'-;'
..... _Mre. Curt Otto Inalaatawa Klvula Club stock was the Brunswick Corporation Paul 1) Caster lo Irnesi II
lit Mon. riret National' Bank .Id.nl-.l.m. RI... of Chicago III. WARRANTY DEEDS FILED J JNol"

M.rtI. County R......*: CIon.....> Ausu.PurI.IurtI'a Wed, II,II p.... Beuliol. lou Rohmcr, Property in government 7 DO, *.III. I S m. tl.it. to June)

l nwiirertIrdThuri. lot 2, section 8, township 18 S .I silo. 1 (IJu',. to Sept.)
.. 110 p.on.. Com. a..., lit Nat. .1_. ..... Llei.e Club Farm Income Is -' Weak Daya
I'reiluent Jamea limo range 41 L $100 I Bill am. H.,ly Kurhari.t Tkuraday aid
National Socrotariea Aaaoclatloa I.. ... Wed.. SIll Saymonr The Irnnanitlnn fleitruagIven SI 8.500. l>. and
pm Martha Curry to Martha aunounoadEPISCOP
'...kI..t-M... Vlrvlnl" v....* Up in Florida below are allinnipa fiumatala .lcl I.IDI .
4tk Tbara flret ....'10.01 Bank Jupiter.Hake Sound! Kiwanis, Club rnvcu.slun. tltu. anu...l mtkn John Melvin Swami to Charles Property in lot 9, Pcltway I
ilt,'da at the rate or Sv .\L CHURCH OF THE
Palm City Caraee Club Mi Sln.oidt.-Itub.vi. T JuplUr H.rp Lit Marlutel.ry Florida farmers growers snd crtila. .p..r Hull' I In. (.H"a wli reconaldorallon Frdiiklm Yamck Lou 18, 19 and $ 100. SACRAMENT Chick St, BUSSE.
>( pm, *
Fr..ldurt-.MlL Ru.an HrfelerInd I I. numliml. ."i,'" Krcmscr Lane) Corporation to KKV W. THOMAS LOUbKS
; ItIO: Girls Curt ranchers received record $S80.. :20 block 19. amended plat of I
There* a-m Club' el Sloan an rlilptulohlnontofI'ttuter. Floyd A. Board Lot 14 block 29 I DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 .80 a.m. Church grhool
%lm City c..... Oriaoiaatlo' Pr.ald.nI-Dr:; E: Startup; N_ 861.000 for all agricultural products ship or ulmil,rt'otrae h.,'" no Palm City. )XOOO 7,00, pm Holy Lucharl.t
fre.lrter.t-Dr Guru" H. i..$ Wed. lllll pm, S nIna. In. marketed last 5 cent niani-y, clmiim-n hanrln. aianinnIndicate section 2, Hlbi'lls. $1 ISO.)
year, per Columbus A. Heaver Clinton
$ a mnndnloiy n Inlinum to I CHRIST MEMORIAL-Jupiter Ula.Winter ..
Sod Tuea, Cl'la Centerolnelan Stuart Klvanle Club over 1962 compared with a I percent blue vahm There arn lulnno"o U. Justice Sr. Lot 6. block 1 I. In- Kremscr l.and. Corporation to i ASSEMBLY O CODp.l.. City ( ....un only. Nov.' to
Garde.. CI... ", ..,lal... Hre.ldent-tlr. II. llatedale lllp.oa where innra nlaiuta are pin,'f<\ Joseph Mammolito I Lot block In.v. I I. I IANI .rL
-He.. J. W. Menoa Iburi. II.II p..... Town Hou.. gain nationally the Florida on, an Instrument than actual diantowp Park $10.(MM)() 8 section I Hibiscus: I k\ .600Kremscr I II I 1,1.00, am un"lay 8..hrn.1 CHURCH OF COD-Indiaatom)
lat M.... I pm.. fcomM State Chamber\ of Commerce reported value of a trun.for. but prlodlian C. L. Walsh to Join: Laffey I 1,00, am Morning Worahlp KEV LvRIT1' MOMS
Stuart HI.Sh.ppen Square Dance ClubPmaid.nICUlort >' I th< coniiitrnllera nil I' 0 Land Corporation I tollona I 7:80 pm. Thorn.. Mil,le Iud Prayer 10 ;00 Bchoor
Port 1101....* CIU AMMlattosre.ldent lou.. lnv atliiat I a 1 h onet.t'a In Lots 19, 21. 23 25. 27, 33 and I 6:10 pm Sunday Youth Service 11 1(10 '.on..0. lu.d.p.
? -Welter Henioal.t I 1 b..... I pm. Youth CanUI "Fruil vegetables flowers and whlth 1'l a: ulnnp., HI pmr to 34 block 70, Golden Gate $1,300) ViJt>vics. Lt 16, blllCl I N.I 7.10 pm Lvei,wll.tlc Service SilO pm Evening, Wornt
Thura, I P.m.. Clvla C.AIt.rIrd hit. burn |,liurd Shun the Uxvarranteil section 3, Hlbi Park. () ). I 7i:>0 pm: : Wad Young faopla'gKndeavar
field for
Tkura. P.at. Suppor Social 0.O. Stuart Li.. Club crops sold $667,500,000 The Newa lakan norfiipnnalbllltir W. E. Walsh to John Lai fey. 1 Kremscr Land I FIRST IApTIST-O S. Akron Aveaue
Corporation I to
Port 1101.... Civil Define* 'roHlilent-..Al x...... up 7 per cent. Livestock poultryand for ISO estimated Lots I II I 13 15 and 17, block 70, Laura Lee CHAPLIN HUDSON, CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
Hrehou.e. tin* Tueidar I Ml' P.... liuMtk Wed. I p..... Tom Hanoi dairy products came to $213-\ valuiilloiL Golden Gdte $700 Criswold Lot 29 block I 111e,1. p.lu J.piterKtV

CI... Club Stuart Sorepthalat' Club. 361000. slightly above the revised 27, section 2, Hibiscus! Park $1 I.- ELMER L. ALLEN
P.lo
Pr.ldent-Jark Hhomer Prs.ld.nt.-1dua Wolf (March 30 throueb,: April 7)) James J. Pardicck to Theodore 400) Sundiy I, 7 ,ISO an, Holy CommunlolI

lat Tkura Clubhoue ...-... Thu.., acwo Sunrla laa.Stuart 1962 figure. Smigley. Property in tracts I and West Jensen Company 0,45,. ..0.. Buiiday Moraine' School11.IIO..I71 Wor.hlpI ,80 a.m. Farl.h K.joh.il.t, Berm,.
Development -
Stuart W.III.... Club JeyeoeePmldent "In addition lo cash sales farm Charles W Rex Jr. lo E. Allen 2, Tropical fruit Farms $ ',.SOO.E. ). to Carl Edward Lngcbrctsen ,to p.m. 1 rah,Ing Hi,Ion 11:15, and am Sunday Mnrnlig' ,School Prayer. Plrat 8nn.d. .

,.,..-Mra. Comallua R. Van*.rv- -l>l.k PryorTuea. ers received about $'000,000 in Haley Jr. Undivided one.hulf Allen Haley Jr. to Charles Lot 7..pm tv.nlnir: Wor.hlp ., of tha month. Holy Commun.
Sri We*.. Id p .. Club HuUdlm .. I'I"' k Pony the value of consumed 24, West Jensen Highlands WedneidaylilO Ion plain
products
W. undivided
.... interest in property in !section 7, Rex Jr. An one half $9800 p.... Ild..k Pae ...I.
- - -
- Tahebula Carrie. Croup on tho farms I u. government JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY'
p interest in in seclion 7
I Chairman-Mr*. Hubert J. loU VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS and other credits township 39 S.. range 39 E. $l0l.( properly Robert Schiller to lewis H.Stullini PALM CITY BAPTIST-0th at McCere1HbNKY Skyll,. Drive. J.nian Beach
l.t Wed. 5Ie.a.; komee American Lall.n, .I..... Bunk puyments I C. Fckerficld township 39 S., range 39 E. SI UO. Property in 12 Jupi. I TATUM. Pallor KKV. NFWrON' M. TWrhDT; :
to
Roy Sanipiey "nnic
- Commander-Ulftoa; Bownilaid4ck Evelyn Hateher Crane to Alfred lo sIlt, Sundar School t '80 a.m. Sunday fkhonl.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Mon. I pm. Leiloa Hall Certain Indian tribes in Peru Properly in lot 5, block 0 Atkinson. Property in section S I 4,000. am a.m Morning Wnr.hlp BIt: and liDI am' Morning Woratilp680pm .

Kobe Pre.l.l.nt hanoi-Dr. William MyeraSH Amerleaa Leiloa Stuart use paralysis-inducing drugs for 3, Jensen! Death Home iles. $4. 4. township 4 S.. range 38 E. I' Christine Condos lo Jack A. I:,11,4t p..m.. Tralnlni. Union a ,IQ p.m.. W."n.,' ."K.llow.hlp.,. Youtk ChuteS

Tuea.. II p.m., boauBualt* Oeater C..III.n4.-.I" U Taylor I fishing i The root of the barbasco 300. $ ( Mitchell Property in lots 6. 7 I. ..10 p m E..I.Wcitn..".Wo.hp. :80 p.m. Wedie.ilay,. B.lo Choir
anaa.aB.aohAana lad and Uh 1'.1. I p.m., Leila. Ball plant Is mixed with clay and waler Robert O SaK.Ha et al to Anna IO.MI. I and 8, block 39, St Lucie Inlet p.l. er Meeting p'O. 7,00, pm Th"..".,. ...l

I're.l,lent..-Kranli Fonherl A...erica. Llflon, In.I.._. Jo to Albert Morrison Farms $' I Ol)0. JEHOVAH Read
4 Mobile Carikns
T. ROM Lot Home ,
Sod Moa. .....wra. |>.m. Commander. Httfoy4th and thrown into the river. The Jr. ct al. Property in government FRT BAPTIAT-Purt .. .. Oodut'-l, WITESEB.lt
% I
$ port -...... Bat., I p.a>. cloy dissolves and release the : $1.300)( lot 4. section 24, township S.. Robert G. Sabella et al to Rob. 1. TAYLOR. Fa.tor Monday -7 OIl p.m. Illble 8tud S..t

oh 1'.1 ....--It. C. Vlankmantnd Amerleaa Lilian Aualllery' ( Jneea ..... which makes the fish Palm Beach Company to I lion 3 ert G Sal>clla and Lorraine Theresa .,4t i.m. Sunday e.hol Tburaday ill, Mlnl.try Sobol 1.1.
gasp 41 E. $1 000St )
poison .
1 Thara.. Sim., Etr.houaS, Pr.uld.t-hiu. Emma MuCus er D tthcrton' Lot 38, HighPoint range Subella, his wife. Lot 28 Mo- II '.III' '.11I. Mnrnllf' Worhlp Borvlea, M..t..
for breath and coma to the sur 6:10 D re.
Lucie Lands Inc T. C.
Iodide Mon, I p.m.American to : p.m.
IMaarlPre.ld.ni $6.()XXX vu hilt Home Gardens! SIS( Ian pm. Evening Worahlp aED&EME LUTHEANI 0 11
,) Nelaoa face. .
-M M (Snoop Stuartl'ro Anderson Lot 111. Sea Gate Harbor 1..V.
pod 'tuun.. I ..... ..llent-Ulloo Mra. Clara Axillary M.y, T.lmal' Elmer U nH.bel to Thomus M. $1000 Robert U Sabella et al to Robert 110am. Weuoe.day. Choir practio- Piston* fouowi neetInga -. VI,, am. Sunday School Bible Study
..... l.FAdhI. Slit ICRTUr..K"IT G ibella and Lorraine Sabclla am Wonhlp Bervlca
Retail Meredanta DIbloisitalr'vauihlllP Ind MOB.,1pm.. Laiwa Hall Lynch. Properly in Lot I to H
Laura Kmilnck Anna Pearl
to RIO BAPTIST
( Sameck Bulldla Mania Ceunty Barracka, W.W.I Voter**. IX: 1'IIH f'UI''IITY Jl 1H'!:''' (.Ill III': Inclusive, block I 17 and lots I 14 Lot 12 block his wife. Lot 40 Mobile Home KtV JACK FERNANDEZ CHRIST.. 1HB KING LUTHERAN_
Oliver. Booker
.ta Thura. luart thamker lommalider--PI,Illp A. 10... IS A 'VII KOH MtHIM toL.- 12 Gardens $100). ,
"" "" to 16 inclusive, block 18, Rio St. 145am, Sunday School ; PJOP6NION. Puto
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"CONSERVATION" l.t-lrd. Ifrl., J. B. Community Center. 15. IrlOHIItt I. rrobatt iSo. 1HMIn Lueie i Terrace $8,(XX). 1 Park subdivision $3,000 Robert (I. Sabella ct al lo Robert 11 ,00 ..m. Mornlig, Wot.blp 1 K.11'1: .,.. Church lIohol

Au..... Society Martla County B........ AunlllaryFmldent He I George A. Apostolopoulos! to G Sahclla and Lorraine S,,80 P m. Training Union ,,(10( am. I'u.lor, Clan
Sabella
Moor Boa 111 Mr.. Hulk N Hall Maurice J. Powers to Joseph 7,45, p m Wor.hlp 10;00 a.m. Morning Worahlp
fre I Ment- euniw 71,1.10 or Edmond F. Howard. Lot 3, section I : =
Sri : Hr.$ Malioaal' BaaBk Ut-lrd rtl. I p.., Old Com, Chunk HlJidlhGNo'ru'IS iMTDEV KU8BH, ) D. Foley. Ix>t 75 Coral Gardens his wife. Lot 29 Mobile Home 7141 pm: : d :. Prayer MeetingTROPICAL I METHODIST-Inoo I I
I $ I -
ItMW'Jt'pC 1 I. St Shores. 100.
; ucic o"
... ; VFW. St..rtCmmaudsrJoh't THtieeieiL t Subdivision $7,000()( I Gardens. $100Norman ). BAPTIST-Hwy. TfLhWIS t\JT\ WALTER D. JF88UP }
pusitont-Charhsu Klnrlre4lit OF HIIM4 EI'lIL John I D Leslie to Percy Pone brANCH' y..tor5i45 Worship
rri. I Po... Ceiirlhoue* 1 h...... Gold.M Hornetlnd'dtb Data Building AltOIKTI LCD plt't'lTl6et: John N. Mann to Clyde B. ley Lois 23 and 24 Crossroads S. Burrows to Jai tes a-m Rondo B,'hool ::t :: : ::School .,
Jualer Canaervatloa. Club .'0110'111"" P'''''''' 'RUII1 Duncan. Lot 32 to 36 inclusive I A. Wyant. Property in lot 99 G". I 11 ,00 a.m Morning Wor.hlp lliOO '. Worahlp

TUM. ,.II P-m.. Stuart Teutk Centa VFW. Indlantowarimmanrier""'o., k W, P...... TOtt Alt WHO)1. JT JY> block: 12 Northwood Subdivision Hill Clara subdivision E. Rushing 53.400.to Clara E. I mel Grant $1.250. 5,40 llOOpm, p.m.. veiling Training; Union WcrahlpII (6 ,D wor.hlp D.m. Youth. F.llo..hl. .

Stuart SallfLk. Clu.t..ld.nt.tr. ..it'lrd Bat, lilO p.m. Post Horn* ttNolon l erny gven that S asut'lltor $100. Tunthleston to Walter 00 p.m. W. Midweek PraverDUNKLIN July and: Augu.t Sinai aohool. 1.1TR'NITV
B. Bradley ll'1!: of thaPr lala.: Rushing and turned R. Tyncr. .
lot Vud., p.m.. teneral muslIn: VFW Aualllary, Stuart Hu. Kua.r, drcaaaadIIHVK Edward E. Mansur Sr. 10 David as tenants wilh right of survivorship R. Sweatt L 2, Mayaca Manor. MEM BAPTIST-l.ttl'atew* METHODIST..Janaa* .
Ird W xl:, II p.m., I '.. let PlatE Ilk Cmuandr-.Ma. Molvln Wand. final 1 accounting' D. Burton Sr. Lot K, Gull Harbor $1.600Bevsie. I''V. ,.I Lore HfV !EIJ GUNSALUSI
t.ery Tile.., Hit P.">., ...-... Wed, Ooldoa Gave BulldlnfMISCELLANEOUS petition I 1.10''V; order of flnil d r rro.b Property in block 4. amended a. Sunday School 00 Sunday ..bo
WlthaaijrMt to Annie Bell
.. .. the I $6,500 Ucaslcy ilUOabtt I Morning Wor.hlpIS ass' Worahip
"" - - - and.that I will apply lo plat of A. Porter Addition .
TlJUMEN"( ORGANIZATIONS :; ICvan. Crarv, Jr., County DeForest Ely to IKrnun Joor- Chares Rozier. Lots 7 and 8. block I' I p.m. Training Unl>a hOP p.m. Evening, Wunhl lat aa.
Klorldxon : to of Stuart, lots :4. 10 p.m. Wor.hlp IIsreinoS Sundays
Marlin County
Judv uf
Jenien Beaob. ...._. i Aaalllair Civil Air P.lralCumrnaudsrMaior the JOth day ef :April 5564. or man LolI.I I. 2 and 4, block 48, 1ft and 17. High School subdivision New Monrovia $600. 10 P.m. Wad, Mldwook bombs OSCEOLA.STREET METHODIST
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Hre.l.l.nt. Mr.. Merle PrvllttIrd 0. B. LeaakCemmltte thereafter tha matter Port Salerno $1.800 lighthouse Point, Inc. to John I
a. anon aa and lot 46 School subdivision ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Ea.t 101k KltV 1>. H KNIGHT
Monday. S P.m.Jusass el, |OOLhalraian may be hoard' for approval of aama Coral I Gardens Construction High E. Sadler Jr Lot 27, lighthouse! Rid JAN JANUS/.tWBKL Adm slot am. Sunday JR
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Keack PetalUe.attaaa and fur nn older of final dlaihargeaa I $100Tuschay I ). .' lliOO, .
VJ.I.: 0. KI.d.... We ilav. M.n thru .1. lidS; am Morning Wor.hlp
I -H.nrr Ancillary Kxauutor of till Os' Company, Inc to Charles Point. .. .
p.m. Executive Director-John C. D.II_ : rSf'io Properties. Inc. to $4.00.Te tu clap 7,10. Woman Mii.lonary Society maett.
Cert 1aI.... firemen Aualllarf Ill W. Ooe.0 BI... AT T-4III lain ter Lot 11 I, block i 2, ConI. ,alona. aIrdoye and florday.bl Wad of each month at l>4. "
1'H.ted this ilth day of rebruarxl" Inc. in .
Prrnti.nL-Marr tataanaInl Dickcrson Property fccc- fIrst Frlda, of moolk. 4 :IS Thuradayi
Thur... l PP II... ........... Lady Caller. Aaaoclatlea ". $1 Souls) tion 1. township 38 S.. 42 number of schools in C am- ...l"e and t 1110 p.... cyst pm, Pray.r Service
fort Salera v......... Fir DeaarUaeat ...... .. -Mr.. k.dna F. Dana / / Mm>B.sT Kf: K the John L. Johns to Gloria J. Bilvln : range has increased from 2110 ST. CHRISTOPHERS.1 CATHOLIC I sat; :rn. hoard "' 8tw"di '1U
p..ldaat-Ro" Juhiuoalslulrd T....* I ill .,... M C. CoilS Ctvy.CIuk aa Anoniary Lxauutur of I block I E. $49,100.( ) in 19S0 to 3 820) About l'hare..auhmootb)
]atale of Paulo IJryden Ku..rBulldln Lot I. 1. proposed al present Hobo S.undMaia
Taee. rlrekoua Lively Art. Club 01..1.BTEWAu'r subdivision of Dixie., \Land Park Kathryn Si ind et al to Robert' 70 per cent of the population is >c loll, ... Sundaya SOUThERN METHODIST..p0
7RATERNTL'PC TroNI Preildont_... I.. Aahhy Arba>ttrd VAN I>E1ItUL81 F. McRoberts Jr. Tract 4. block FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 5KV. D. H. KNIGHT JR .
m. lilt *.m, horns.Mar11 4 ('At.ld Subdivision section 24 township now literate l00: Lm. Worblp
Jkcacla' Chapter. Order el DoNator' 42 St. I lucie Inlet Farms $5000 -7i4 La.t Oc.an Boulavard 1..1.
Ma.ur Counellor-Charlea HlpoaInd ; County Fair Ae.ecl.Uea 1101 Sterno' 37 S., range 41 t $100( 11 too i. hunday School 10.d, s-n 8..d. .01
Furl W. Tyler to E. I Kill. .415\ FIt: l'I"'r: ,
eai-h Wayne Tyler : p.m
.4tii. Men. lISt ..m* Manuals Temple Pr ." J. W. Hu..., w.t I'atn fo, An.lllurtub Flo' J.utor" Coral I Gardens Construction ----- .-- 11 ,00 a.,",,. M..rnlng Wor.hlp 7l ao finSn"1 UlMtM,
p.m. .
Aeaela Maaenre.. L.... lat M..., mi p..... Agricultural .1... Attorn..y..! March II 14 April i. .. 1* 4IM Company, Inc. lo Russell C, Nick. Jr. Property in !section I Ih. township Mini f "." mil- ."... 0 ll..' is 1,00, 1.1 W.d.tit I TMtlmoma P'tal.r Ansabort! MnatlnnRailing ,
Worshipful Ma.ter-Lhrlallan' Kalk 38 S. 40 E. $100). I'r i oi IIP >titles lloom tMjf3fSSta!
range
ManIla TemPbAaaa Lot 36 Sea Gale Harbor M n. I rouiih >ri 10 .m. 4 p. -
10..-... Thur.. l p.m., Maaual : ) Tout (' Pruid.ot-SlA htlob. TIIH 00H'I' Or" George to V. ML,I'l'I'SN: ) Saturda, .. 10 ....,.. 12,I pm TltO. .
Miller ChoiR. Elk* .. M.'HrlMtOlNTV. pn Prayer
Clubhoas.Martin
lvi Tu.... 1,30 p. JIII"I'1. |:% AII f-OH J..t.1
It:lit n.IIII''I.\T; : Poole, in lot I 16. block ,
: Property i iIIUIUI
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lT..Ment-Mrk Wilma Medlar FLORIDA IM: l'HU : i "Ialllrr CHURCH OP CHRIST-<2S Palm Bcb ltd FIRST METHODIST._.,.
lad 'Ibura, I ,.m.. Klkl: Ladf .: : lll.o'Ani>, ) '0'1'1( PS Dl" l'\'n1' tIllS 'I'n .I) Plt'l't'7154| | I II IS! I I10r".II Kty GIOILI K MccOKMJv
Beta Slima PU lerarityfS..lSnt Pn.lInnt-Ailort Bemlnole Kru.gInd lies. ; IN IllbS: trJTATB; OK i 111.1.10' 11:11: lIt '1.11..11\. 5 I 111.1 tl I .500. I I1b 10:00 a.m. lill.l. St"dpI ,,4 ." S.hol
Z.li ,, Tkun N..tin In lint 'b\ 0 it'll thlll tlu, 9vlrlIe or l'i'i' 1.00 cm. Homniag, W.nabls
GHorsey .r ,' and Comnitinloi
S. Dribble Limo ,00 Wurahlp
-Mr.. /'K'de,!. Ml' Ball Radio, Club leMMA 1/U1SB sWAN,, | und"'ftl".d, ut, l'r lIt", 1"I.InItIto. Louis lo Inl In n.v ,0040 ,..",.01 "ill, \'f I i,., am tvonug p.m. MY'
Worship
,' l.t Ird Thur... I p...., Martla; County.Kill Amateur Brit 1OTUII l"'c"I HtcmroinAll of ChIt ''tnt .oir.i: l.a Io.r th'I;: ,: tots 23 and 24. block 1. llr.1. r.nit lii u ."I ,.I i li.r.i !i iHln : p.l. wdns.d., 7 ,80 p.m. ';..nlna Woraklp
Pre.ldent ton TO : :
; 7 lIlt
161'ln < llllle II Ir tlu aUKlnal. M pm Thunday. Junior, Choir
II
XI Gamma Phi Chapter 7-4881 of Km- u Rio SI. I" subdivision $4 000( urn Study
AT 1.1
S Third Thu. .. S creditor. v{ th citato ucic p.m.
p.m. kld.ok
I Pra.ldent-Mra. C. b.I: Slooum dofined, are bore- <'I >rlt if tin ('lr.,1t,I tout I In 11,01, i'ii,'n. 3r 'lui Ij iti.'.li-il .n' ," I II" ht 1.1 81bl ; .4 p.m. Thvr.dIY. bunIon Choir
lit-Ird Thur.. I p...., Dome* Martla County Hialarlcal Society c'auWrl: utd!"required to file I any fur Martin. iotml: :: > i"it'i;:;:: Itt' ",. :IIIt'llr"'nlu't : Robert F. McRoherts Jr.. in. Ijim tho Julirmrnl in "hldl I IHHlrl THE CHURCH OF t OD'-'Flaglar I FIRST PRESBYTER.AN RI. gho
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....11 r .1 1 nilill. Htli, f-xeiitlm, I | I HILLIh McALI IN
., RevelvtleaMevei Pronlrlentp-Krdand' it' divulually mid as trustee to Palm .n 1..1 I i.t n'ki R"V. RfV :
Amerleaa
Daiichtera the Natloaal .... claim' or drinanila' which :they muy tliln, nolle. the nulll.im. IIKIIIPTIIIJ In' -,... III the, t irt 1. '- am. Hu, ,"day MALtm.1 A. HARRU. pMt
I.hol
First "
.t.-Mra. M..).... Hutalat lat Tuei iSt P m h uvoagu lint pull: Mill In the offlc murtin Builders, Inc. I less .rd..r Imvo I "I.11 lliOO, M..rnlng Wurahlp 11EV. IYONKY A.. ....
tit: lAt t a.m LOWRII .
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... ( Mar. ll"k. .1 ,11101 8no ,
am.
loa. the toiinlv
of
Sri Thor, ServkeHMretary : ; dll't\.o Hit. .VIIT M.MMVAunder II 7 80 bv,' Worahlp Mu..111
Club, Multiple Ll.llef tin County, llorltfa. In t'ourt.hilton |. northerly four feet and all of lot li. and Intvrmt I>f the .. : p.m. nmg 10.00 an,. Church
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Meth.ra DeMolay In Ian Tu. Mwlii'
vlll Prayer
-Cart H. Tuner within ate Hhiili we nintae : lui-n. J In and fur the filliInir : pm SItS 1.100
Pre.llent. Mr.. ..k.un Wrllht.th Ind.4th T...... | ... ralandar it tltuart niuniha, lurlila from thit. dub. .. of loot' .., havlim: our principal' plan:: 2 block I IX, Frazier Addition i dco'rlhrd |In"pnty I iinted InMm 7itll pm Ihira. Y.P.t. I'vlc sm. Morui,1 Wo..hp
Mon.. fUO ,...., Maionlo Tempi of Ibis, ett'n. (,( biinliit-:: In HID nnmrl aica, Mir ,'tin County Horl.ln'. to st ltAn : PRESBYTERIAN >MMUNTYLIli -
... RUn Deaioaalratlea Oak. th* tInt publlnatlon that Hitparll...N IMltl.: : : : MORE SOUND SOUTHERN METHODIST H. Sound
Ladle. Auxiliary t* I..d. Palm City Hoeje be Un < uunly. Ha.: "III.t'I'I''T .
u, Encampment. Pn.ldent-Mr.. Ell.abeth. I'.".'.." kacb: claim or duniund muat In Int.rented. I In wild bnNlnr,, a r' _. .. undlvldid, t, Illi-i 'at I hi'rein CHAPEL Meet. In Community Bldf) DICKSON Pub
K""ID"lib .. writing and miNt ititi the plau \ .n.1 I MotIon Nary ofHtUHil \OllrH' OK IVIr\IU Ill Lnt 7 HI ilk I I' HrV, IIUKIrS O BENNETT: Canton 610 "
thief Matrlarah <:Myi let Tuee.. I ID ., "Llvl Cte Ihlllp ore U.h. H.llht. : a.0. 1".d.y
Tu... I 1'."' .. lOOP HallIndependent of ,I r.d:: :' pout-office add,'... Mori la. Indhlll\ tlciare ". .... nR: .".TI'I.II. > SlIPS: H..dll. to 1'111 flInt I 1:8 p.m. Bu Hay School II .00 am BaVSi,
Order .l Odd fallen Pelaclana Email Club of III. and muni. 1'o.oornSo no othnr poraon Inlniitud In alil Nitlie I I. "...h) ".." Hint, 110.u.d".IIl..1I . Martin "nun. urn Worahip Hervica I:10 pm. F.llowahlp
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Sri Wed, I by the tlilmant. his tsent or lila .. mi ,. Ihr 'lHloni Yout
b".ln.. r ""> ty. lubllc, rciordu BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL pm Adult.
Nolil' Grand' Louie Chaaoa Call I AT .r.'ia' meetlnc pUe I or It will become voidaiiurdlnv.to lwi 'lo'ldll .1 Youtk
attorney I Hit.II' \ .MiY of SOUIU r Hull" la, CI.yUV. C.
haerelaryJohn. O GrurS Hall l I..wv M1I10StY! \ I'.I, Kill i ri-Kl.Ici, : with;: the Notltn I 10 hrrehv Kl* n thai on P.I.. LAWRIR J. SHARP IND RIV. UNITAJIIAN FELLOWSHIP
S lat"Ird Tuea., I p.n, 1UOF Port Salerno. Home Demoaitratlea. Club 12 hbur'll 1591.l'lltidT itib: Aim v. 111 .1. an ititi (,' .. ,t ('1'0.1 101'1! In an"I eilnvaday the, J'th: d iv of AprIl, 141am, Hunday t.hool Coma 'SxsjsA. <; "
'T laillan River Eaompm.nt M Praeldent. --Mra. Klllak/;, Ne"lln 5t/uVlON.to IUSK OFNTUAIt't' fir ShrIll ',, *, tptie 1114 bftwern th' Imiiix' .r I 11 I no lot ..... Morning, Worahlp HI Port i'lnro. 'aSff
0 Ihlef; "eIa.b-lIl.ronu.d W n... l.t 1 hu..., lilt ,.11I.. Clvle. Collar II'IV.u'r.'IAJltll).' :\rrul''! 0. .tI.II..1\: PSI .J 1'1'ur. '\ r::. elpt nf proof l 1 puhlliatlon: : of AM and 1:00: < I..M. al, 5 II "10 AMon lots: a-m to I m. Worn .'nltonuhlp ... too pm gJn7.Vl
l Snd.4U> T"..., I *.m, lour Ball Riptide Plavere el I Martin C.ualy lair Ill olund f.ron ROt Ill. S I. SI lit lilt IIr thIs nolle, the t'tlo"* name, to- the eald day at the front di, irof an'a p. W.dld. allo .h.p. itebool. 10 am. Sunday.PENTECOSTAl .
.I.... Beack Square Club .*4 AuslllarpJrsul4uvIGanll's Pre.ldent Johnnie. C. Knew 'Cruna orriwrAnrlllary 11511515 ( 'I'I'U"'I'.J! 4SF Hit. lIsp Mirttn i'"nl\, t l'ehiI, '1 II II MIX- BIBLIn.4a5..ti.
Tuttle ailinlnletrator I of the t'I.IIRIIII MIUY rAllTrlt r\S.T| HTOKEunder will veil all rlitlit till. and Inli CONGREGATIONAL-.Jupltai Ctsirig .
....Ird. Thun 4 (;enenl Meatlne. : : PEOPLE )' ._
(The Wlnedauili) pm llu.lnei. MeetlniSt mute 1 tiimiw: I,uul(* Bluun, usllIil I-; I:MTH' HOWL. which HI. Hill "tutav In ...t of the aald Harold M..riien. Jr RIV. IAYN\RI A. MILL "lob: a.,,IKLNU..
Last Thun I p.m.. dn'usod.1IAftltY ]. I 'Hal Ito',, "hol
re.ldentMa. Bawl rowlwirnInd ISO HtUMl-h. ISO ltt.lnus hHMn till |I" In" In and to almvH rivanlh property 5,55, p.m. Sendup ,. \
,.U Fri. I *.a,.. I. B. eo... Chunk Lucie Inlet. Yacht Club K. nrtcuAttoiiKr i luintirr' IIIOWL5NO '"f himlne.a, 111 Htuait Mirlln Conn- at I. r Amtlnn: I K; tho I,lull: 10,09 am Church BehoolII S ,10 p.... W.do.... .Bib.11,11. SunS.. \
Ou..ar..1e. Maaoaa la'lledP Commodore-Un Hawh.n for Anciltiirr \N. II.I .'1..; .that Ihr 1..t,.* tnlirvateln eat bidder tool. tu mallory laid .Ot -... M..rnlng Wor.hlp Nuraary StudtGETHSFMAroE
.K O. II......... l.t Thun S p..... Yacht Club rlrat'Viib". UI'II LAS I':", nail I hiialiu*(. or. .. J I11will exrtutlon a"1 all rnntai during both aarvlreaIJO CHURCH 0' CHRIS
March ID 1981 IS '. and, turn T. .:lw.1 of Port liven under mv hand an.I leal p.. Youth Voipar Bervlo OR CHRISTIAN CHURCH
P Ckapterrraildent. Stuart Board ., Realtore Pub March II. I*. April I. I. I'll t'rfnbbtlooOhI Hill.'I'nit. Hoilda" and there are (tile blot dun of Mirh I l'104. : ._ Su Chummh3rsaJuiinoo5
I. -Mra. P. t lOan .I're.l"'lent-K.n.om Tube prlrtunti.f It urIs IIr ),5ocutil'IlIn : Itto. 111Cr pnraiina Intvrvitvd, I In (allbiialiifH HOY ('. H\kr'l!. pill RIFF' ALL IAINT' IIp'SOPAL. k. LEON L. SAKES Ilnh
l.t Ird II..., I ,.B.. homes tin Thun., I P.., Stuart Betel I' 1'IIM (0' R'f' U. 1'111'1' ('III SI'S my 1t..I. l..ll..d nut if thy *. "'Ol'NTV. Fl.OIlliJA Key !OIMAN FISEa I M am. Sun lay. JI. .
Cl Cb.pt.rpr..lJ.nPMm. Plaint Stamp SocUty Jf .....), ,. tMTI' loLs'rtI't.ult.: H"IOU Club',. 'uu.t lu a alt .r |swl.sl.11".1.lt.I I Pub.: )Apri AITI'.. U. il 1DII4 SundarTilt .10 so,, Jj"1*". .. ... 8ervlu
C. R. Ashier ... IlLS. l u"bl" l'UIIt'd Nnwll,1I' pyrvIt". \ T Pl9Vll.l.: I -- -..- a.m Holy Communion I B P.m. Tburadny. Blbla SludySISab'o
lnd-41 Wed, II ..., fcomMOrder .1010"1-1 bomaa lltnvorBrd I. I..h.... Ne I XS f".. 1l1\.1".1 our Otto lI"e 1.IIn., 11,1, .5 "I'll, *. H .1 I. 111 111,4 'IoUTU.1 OF l-HOntlr' lion a.m family Communion and
., lIaln..... lor GIrl. Mon. I pm. Public LibnintTnlrbl IV IIP: ""ATB Vf 1 1llhVKbH I,,,,. dIlly blnotud on JuItut'Y,: 4 '"'rl.' OK 11 HI.n' Ntir: ton 111 '1" Clf t'r nf Illr: sell \TVJl Church School ". .mny iiiiiaijn gag ajjnjpyj
u attl'i i StabS a.m.Morning Prayer and Son,..
Marcia WhlUilde Cluk MMITlf > 154. sit. Juleet In wllch .1..1 :. I' M> Vllll HtHIIN40l 1 Stuart
let-In Worthy) T Advleur.. tIPS:-r.m, Maaoai:: i'enpl lit.Ird Mo*., I ..... Youth Cento* fJoe..d.TO I "nut Inn m aa lenued being rsuIrll.itS I. Ilhl,' ...1..,' I" Irr.'lt) Hen Hint >Tt'. M.OI1IIM) l\ PRO (rlr.t Hunrlny Holy Communioal Rotary ClubDrEituo.Ma.u ,i
AIL OREWTOKH" << .\SD: TPnMONtl III the ..", .11 flalma Lmirt I.I'n al : a.m. AI"I :25. I m$4. wr Hi lit I lltlK. ><>. Soul Wool Daya '
Iteral Paua Rekekahe '" }HVMN. I-LVIMH tin I lbs.! 11..ok. I have iKvlBd on all rl" ht. ..1) at T'ubl. 1"n to the hllh. J-T\TK OF ) Tua.day- a.m Holy Communloa MMta Wad. IIilS |
4 Noble Grand Mr.. GraM Hull1.1Sri Death ratet! from motor vehicle M\MM AOA1NHT H\IU KHT\Th.t! : 1111. and Intereat of the .hl I Our ,' '. u our 11.UIL iATLF. S Tho..do-1 '.11I. Holy Commanhnl. "
MOB, I P... lOOf Hall You anil ruull.t'uus.. hereby i1owll" 1..11." In. III .,,01 tor the ttoll.r. tun Hiiuth Hairier fltuartKli. C I',', .*" Thural.y' Healing HarvlM .
Stuart.J..... Elk. Ledfe I IT* accidents are highest in the west- nitiried ....1 required to pre.ent fllowluc 1I .,'rlh.d p..pnrt I.MartIn ... th* followlmr un-hold: Kn >da THE UTATff OF "Illf' "Idu a.m. Holy Co..I.Unl. I Mairfta. j

&..1.... Huler'-Deaa TookatS the countryof"i'liapter"snVil"I. any tin line and nianda. whlill you. Counlv. Florida. tD mliiWnil and prraonal I erfa-m. for atnraKe, TO All l'RI'Nt: I"TFtEt'J' Flftk. .. Plaraa Secretary
p.m, MondareStuart or either of you, Lh irwin' "iriS nnstrltiIlout,it the earn I IV TIIF T'Tb 01 8A1 11-011 C.urh.( .70 I Sunday Sunrkt Inn 1
........ Club LoU": AI>)>' R'I..tt.a.\T: : the eatate of ..:.k' HMITH. dc.brain tlltd Illaut oi4.47: Nl: claimed ('U'IltdNT: Till a.m aServloM .
pr.ld.nt--J"ha Allots .1.1 late of *ald county. to theluunir I'S i.a of elotth 'Yoi* ar. krr.Iy nollfiod that a W..e ri-n || i nmmmmmMlllini

lit Tu... f pm. Manatee Yacht Club 'O'I'U'M ".' 11ITM""ln1l 'I'" Jiidve of alartln County, Itt: of North 4 "of Dovernnient' owned. bv helm Duma. 1134 wrltten I Instrument pii' porting to beth LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST ANDREW ..
Ceaimeroal TruvalsraB.oloj' R.MU'R: l"lt '1'ITaul. lISPS Florlla, at hla attIca In th* courthnime tIne Our if*, IU.1H" 41 fc.Oil. Pee I home Mnulliiial' '*, Cull rHaibmue LaatMI| .no itiunent of Ak.n Loll..,., Churns' r
UaltW Iutlt'O I. h..b .Iv.n th.t lb.und'rolulud of sold County at JlIuurt, lIP Fax. 161 Judl".ntr.o..d crlll: I In. per.neterfecta : raid decedent been admittedto W. Prim. VI". BI. r snt .
COII..Ild Howardl.t union the prvl.l.o Florida within fix calendar mo.h.n I. U..k I pago : I f'mllii, ker pemnnal I probat In laid <"nirtYou I H. C. aiPS. PAST(). \Lc CITY
Thur., I p.m.. lOOf Hull of Flirlda, ,n tit* time of th* tint publlia- Clr..i Court ron'da.blolirn rife I.;: bdl I Iron leva, t folding: are hereby r."i'i t.nd." withIn .
Dcuektare ef ... C.ofa4onq : : I wooden door. I eli, calendar' ..nth I Sbl 1,15 .
United Ail of lIlt I will rre-latrr with' till of thla nntliie ba<'b claim or ch.lr I m I s-rn Bud.p Bho
Pre.i.r.t-Mrl. Mania B. lIowoiJ t'.k, ot Ih. ('lrl'l.11 t'nurl In and di-tinml hall .b* In wrltlnaand ,Ia h.nbv glrn that "" data of the flr.t publl,'atlon of thl.null 10 -.Worship COMMISSIONSTUART
lad Moo hall I mule lit* plwoe of realdem Wdtnstoy the iJnd dot nf April The ahnvv null .' I I. l I. be puhl.h. I ,-* to ..., In aald Court anrlahow
U.,. ca........ Order .f Caetera Star for Martin of pioof( titnl of)', piibllmllnn H;,:':rlda. tttrbnro.rIpt OS I and:: poet off!:.* aJdre.a of th* i-lnlin.; 1105 hub ,..,,, lIt.i O ura of attOl i, l ,'d In The Htuall I N.... .. ., 0.1.' any you ran. wh> H. SOUTHERN. METH MISSION
W. ?Matron--Mr.. ..OPh Hoherte .'. tub K notice, th* flvtltlou Hum. ti 0' ant antI I ahall be .wurn to by th* AM and Lilt) I'M al 1111: AM nenapaprr publial at, Htuart. > lbs action .f laid 'Court I In .0ml. ( to Hobo Sound) Clvta. CeMerl
I Maeeal Tsupl.GOVEANMENTAL ,ilnlmant, III. anent, or .. on Mid day at the front dtttr: nine each week foi two eoliaeuutlv tine I paid> will in .ob.t. rY bENNETT tutor
| Than:,.. pm ':1: SWIFT PRINTrn: I claim -,\ ..ur".vl of (\'Mull:, Io i O"imt Oourt H u. '. ,. ..k.. not aUnd unreiokwlEVANii m. Song Sorvle REGULAR MEETING !
ORGANIZATIONS :' Inn vtllili wo will ebl006S I In ao dttiJ'I) : \ lie orJ. I .. .II all rIght. title and Inter Much sole lo be undrr a n /(/ ruxnT. JR. I.HO .... Evening Wonhlp
prim Irml SIlOS DM(Til .51 of tha paId Our Bowlln Ixtnra v'' 't"e r r th" Htatnten and the Jndte I
/, Clt, CenmleloMayor bunlneaa bualneia; having In Hluart, our Murtin 1 : Slv pl'uu'oof '! A. executrU I of th* La.t Will) Inn. In and to the above d.aerlbrI 1 1C of Florida In sunk Cairo mad andprovldr. runt County Florid HOLY CROSS CATHOUC-ladie.ta. 8:00 P.M.2nd sad 4th
..Ray Cook. tho lnbornnt.'d and Te.lanient of 1100.".. ,party at tuhllo Auction to lIlt, ..I. (PIt 55.1 YBShCHMuu.bondaya :
th.t p.rtloo : fR UVII&
Ud4tk M>aI p..., City Hal In. saId i..ie., ; b UolnnsOarI LP., lI..w.oIft' Hiiillh, d e.. 'dTlirnUJW C Kn l h .t bidder ft.r caah, to latlafy AMH W F*< EX: and Btriori MIDDLETOV. & i MONDAYS
Guard Au.Marr and Uuth Hiwaler of rltilart H..,- AND THlTtUJW sold exeiutlon and all cootlllvnn N. lnXIS&, r'.Ml:N. \RRfcUl.. 1,45 -..; f..t.
Carnal _Walter J. Baumaneteiri Ida and that thxr ar* no other p.r-I Attorney fir Executrl unlnr I m> hand and CCIII( din V'I. Ta".t. iul Worth Avenue. mm. .p..Cor.....before .. Smart City Han I'
.... Cool Guard ._ Bid*. eons Interented In Mil budncaa. ""3 Fli't National Bank BuliillncP tlila 15th day of "h"'I balm: Beach, Fl'> '
p. IFO HOWAfiHlItt'TH O Ito Sib Dtuart, Florida stilt 0 1lsIFIt> rt b11WRf"" I RosIn., F nManager Attorney, for '''I'I' I' $1MARY1EP61COPAL..4IS 0, Public Ahrajrf WelcomeI
.. HOWAHLRPub : I Flrat publication April J. lll>lFub MARTIN t'OlNTY. .' and e'iowsar. Frt Pb. March I. I' .... .
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: I vet She was accompanied at the enter April -0.JI I Ihu dllY. April19,1964,, I 1-U
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:, SOCIETY piano by Willis Dexter A iUiictel| .:composed Snook :
". '". ".f.- Mn Ruth Hall and Mr. Ben. Mr. Hall Mrs May Swope, and Insurance, Man to

,_. ....____..._. _u.....__... _._ I Morgan tang ducts of "Darling, Rusiell Speck accompanied: by Talk Nurses
,' j: to
,t' I'm Growing! Older, "Let the Rent "
Dexter "My Redeemer,
.] 250 Final lof the World Go By." and "Har sang !
at MeetingPatterson vest /Moon "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," Churl Lawry, insurance representative
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from the Florida SMUNunei '
Dunce students of C heU Jaco1bo I II Just a Song at Twilight\ and I ,
'li I Barbara kanarck Pamela Ax- Somebody i Stole My (,,111"I I Association, will be pro
i "j President I ton Nancy Meyer Barbara The audlonce arose and l sung ent at tM District 42 nurses hens t
Ciuughnn/ and Anita Wills danced "Fill. W. Meet Again and liod I ing April II ul 8 p.m. at Marlin'
\ J together, followed bv Pamela Ax-! ,i Bless America" Memorial Hospital.
... ton and Susan Simmon
with 1
t a I;
I' I He will discuss and answer
'!', Stuart Tourist ClubThe Spanish dance The club will meet again on I
Dee. 7Gloria. questions about insurance and I the
NaI : ., i Clarence Snook and Walter
:t\ I Kuck told humorous stone, then benefits included for the num
"r Snook presented Kuck with Marhtti; hers of tho association
a gift
Tourist ,
C lub held its final four years were elected honorary I
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;' \ on behalf of the cluh for his services ..1 l.ImlJ.J.AshhHrnTolt'edAfirillS!
" I' meeting of thhC1I'oOn MonJiApril \.1 presidents during the past season. Mrs. : NOI IIVKMtn J BY
s '" l 6, at the Youth Center with i All members ol committees and John Antoch: secretary for I h e / ALASKAN QUAKE:
\ : ; s 250 attending the officers were culled to theplinhttm past four sears. wan presented Word has been received IroniI
.. >' ; .. ,. Following the dinner Mrs. Ruth and thanked for their with a musical jewel "box. Miss Gloria Maria Maiiotli ol I I1Ilhc I I I.meulenant i I -Colonci I I Person
l' : Hall and \Sillis, Dcvtcr Il'the! ''I co-operation this season President Mn Hill. sang "I love y"u"I I Sound and James John Ash- I dicker thai he his wife and three
"I', ',. <:,.',;: i. '. \: } group in singing Kuck presented! the new officers to husband Fred Hall on the oc-1 I (Fumn nl' Salem Mass. will be 1I1'lr'I''I boare sale and well Lieutenant-
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, I' ", 's ''' {" Roll call showed twenty stalls and commitccs: John Patterson, cnsion ol their thirty-lifih! wedding '' fled on Saturday' April I 18 'Colonel Tucker i is with the Plan
1a"'ei ") i I' and Canada represented j Pennsvlfaniu 1- president, Lloyd Spencer, first vice annivcrsar : announcement has 'been made by fling !Board for Housing .in An
.twr' led with '11\\\ -4.lne, New Yoik president, Merrill Johnson second Car)I Crowdcr.\ accompanied 'Mrs. \\ illillm I Mariolti the charge, Alaska and his wife
'. with h'rlCell, Michigan with vice president; Mrs Bernice \\ch at the piano by Mrs Kate (I'hclp'. mother of the prospective bride works with the Red Cross fhessunrivtd
I' -.' \.1.,', .... .t .I, t I thirt\nine and\ Canada with four her, secretary: Fred Hall treasurer sang "Summertime," and "Jusi I I the ceremony> will be held at1( the recent earthquake according
t' r \ t John P"lIcf'lna% elected president : cnteruinmrnl Mrt. Ruth Hall A\\cllrlOi for You ft Ki pm. at Si Christopher's I to ,i letter received h) his
,{ ...1; .:: h\ .1 i unanimous vole (1lr. /Mrt Kate Phelps and /Mrs. Ueile All members were united bPresident \ I II I ( hurch. Hone\ Sound I followed by I .aunt Hirbura M Person ol FilcnI
I ., j" "' I ounce Snook md Walter Kuck .ilIcrnatintt Boyd kuck to attend the Chris a "lecvpnon at the Presbyterian' Soml I hi Tuckers formerly lived in
_.. ,," ;'J' ," ,' j : / presidents tot the past. Miss Susan Bray sang "III I linn rusade I Against i Communism I ; Hall All trends, are invited BradentonI
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CALIBRATING: : 1IILIR fiftieth wedding anniversary are /Mr and Mn Howard V. Cooke center of
Holiday Trailer Park. Helping with the celebration are two of their sons Robert and wife Helen I

Cooke, left from Manasquan New Jersey and Mayor Ray Cooke of Stuart. and -hit wife, Jean. FREE FISH I FRY FOR ALL


f Steak Dinner at Elks Club;; Saturday I Ii

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i Stuart Flotilla to CelebrateIts IN HONOR OF Cil; KST: SPEAMW? .



Ttoenty-second Anniversary SENATOR IRLO TOM ADAMS


f The twenty-second anniversary I Flotilla who still are active: Stephen and was four times its commander B RON SON
p of Stuart's Flotilla 59. U. S. CoastGuard koronski Harry SWingle. guiding it throughout the war SECRETARY 01 STATE OF FLORIDA
Auxiliary will be celebrated hurst Henry Hanson! Jack I I.. Coleman years
I Saturday night April II, witha Web Ord"ay.I./ d Lift Stuart members consistentlyhave
steak dinner at the Elks Club, man. Von K. Jourdan and J. D. *
played an important part anCoat
according to plans made by Waiter Gray Guard programs of the entire -
, Bauman, commander. and Her. The local ordain/anon was district, nil of Flori
covering ALL YOU CAN EAT
FREE COME: ; EARLY
Bert Lynt, chairman for the event. : formed in 1942. just after Ameri da and parts of Georgia and Alabama -
I All members and their ladies plan ca's entry into World War II, and and all of Puerto Rico. In
to attend played an important part in patrol addition to Beckman, Harry Swin-
, Guests of honor will be the and rescue work along the coastline glehust and Joe Moran are past STUART SAILFISH BASEBALL PARK Come and Meet Senator
original .charter. members of the during the early day when division captains while Herbert
-' --- --- ---- German U-boat activity raged just .
Lynt currently is division vice
captain
off our southern Florida shores SATURDAY APRIL 11-5 P.M. I IRLO IWONSONfS
VALENTINE'SBOOK I Flotilla 59 provided frequent decoy -
Others and former
I anti-submarine present members
patrol for coastwise
& RECORD SHOP : ships and convoys, guarded who were Flotilla commanders
the St. Lucie I Inlet and vast 1 river here were Arnold Bauer. Ralph
329 East Ocean Blvd.CLOSfD
Hartman Sr. J. O Gray Von K
and stood watch
area regular
: ALL
DAY
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Jourdan. Vincent Brcnnen Man
the beaches
along and from the
\\EDNESDAYSBeginning uel Francis Dr. Carl Vogt t. Jack
House of
Refuge tower on Hutchinson
, May 6th Island Coleman Bill Mathers, Cliff El- .
) For the Summer kin, Phil Pence Web Ordway.
The late Harry Beckman was Roland ticder, Herbert Lynt and
the founder of Stuart's Flotilla, Vernon Chason There
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Present strength of the Flotilla I for Experience
Attention Senior Citizens I stands at thirty-four members and lute
twenty-three boat facilities ,;
INSTANT EMERGENCY OXYGEN Sob
' AIR-O-L11E OXYGEN INHALANT I the Today Flotilla the revolves peacetime around mission duties of 110 ..-.. ... _. .-
assigned by the U. S. Congress
FIRST AID AM
FOR EMERGENCY:: : USE
through the regular Coast Guard.
I Major jobs Include the voluntary
Cadmium Battery Additive examination of motorboats, (CME's:
or Courtesy Motorboat Examinations
) for compliance with legal 22 YEARS IN THE
TESTED and I'APPROVED equipment requirements and seaworthy
condition the
6 conducting
V A- of public instruction courses! (one ,
i is going on now), and the safety h r 't' f ,::4i.,
SlOPS Buttery Trouble PROLONGS Battery life patrol of marine events. HOUSE and SENATE ,

I'OR FURTHER INFORMATION: : CALL America's first globe maker. :

I James Wilson, walked 250 miles
CASS ERLY SALES Associates to New Haven, Conn, to learn copper Irlo Bronson has been an outstanding Senator for

''I little engraving of Americas from Amos first Doo- 12 years, and is now one of the most respected Senators, r
313 one
Madison! Ate., Dial 287-4126 P O. Box 994 Stuart! Flu. map

J -,-_ -__ -_ _-_-__-__- -__-_n-_ __ _, _-makers n--__-_-_-_ ----- __- sought after for advice, and able to do things for the good!
of Martin County and Florida. Bronson is tops in Sen. '

iority a most important clement in the Florida

. NO CHARGEFOR Senate. )



SERVICE ON MOST OF OUR BRONSON HAS MADE t'y I '

CHECKING ACCOUNTS FRIENDS-AND KEPT FRIENDS,


NO CHARGEFOR BY BEING ONE OF FLORIDA'S


MOST ABLE SENATORSYou

POSTAGE ON YOUR MAIL DEPOSITS

can count on the support of the Flor. "

NO CHARGEFOR ida Senate, for Bronson has made many "

friends in the Senate, as well as in all phasesof

State Government. The Lake Okeccho- "Martin County is just beginning..to grow. It

DEPOSITS bee BIll was passed the Florida Senate by

Bronson Supporters bringing! thousands has a fantastic potential and I hope to be ableof

NO CHARGEON of the dollars future.in road funds to Martin County in t help I that t growth in the Florida S ena e."



CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR

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WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE


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Martin County


First Bank of Indiantown And Ranch Is Taxpayer.He Acquainted Owner BRONSONWith



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'-I 0 rue STUART flL i ) NEWS following, a Sundae", norning/ Republicans Name 'Saudi Arabia for a two-wi','kMSII I
T ursday. April 9. 1964 service patrols of the T1I'I ( ountv with Mr. Hardwickt father I II IRI
_- Indian River Districts. of Precinct LeadersThe '
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Cm, I Iland
C H Hardwick gr of Palm I
which Troop 400( ) is i member. I I Iv Iw
Scouts Attended participatttd in competilonH 0 f Martin County!! Republican other relative In this area. IM

''Canifiotee' Mcet flap-roisin$, observation. pushups, executive Committee announces A family reunion was held lust 1 sa,
I rApe heaving and coiling md compass the following new name ah pro I Sunday In their honor at the home
o\' Seoul Troop 400( of Stunt rending elect of Mr. and Mrs Paul Hurdwiek
C. Russell
iind -
men women:
.,'1 attended the Spring CamporccI Members of Troop 400 attend- Palm City.
1. Stuart I
..I diilf Stream Council at FishI ing were: John Foster Robbie Siitlcrthw Precinct Mr. and Mrs Hardwitk plan
I sung Creek. Palnulalc (west 1 ofI Peek Jay' Brunt. Jim hosier Ran : Mr and Mrs Ihomas Hem to leave for Romp, Italy next week!\
I .I iki. Okeechohee) on Saturday and dy I lake, C'hurleur'ell.\ Dcun: enway Precinct 7. Port Salerno; for a Visit with MCs f'Jilrd"lck'(
Sunday. April 4 and 5I ( anon, Michael Paul. Ken Tatjc Mrs 12. .Tropical James. Farms C Iciuknin MM. .Precinct forreslI ;: mother before I their I return to I
'pon arrival Saturday i t h eunnip I Gary Elliot Mike Matthews, Jim : Arabia where Mr. Hardwick IB 7n
and Schwart/. Edwin Kollison and Joe I Lindley and Vigyi!: Simondsen employed' by |he.Taplinc Oil C nmpany '
i selected a campsite pahots t
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Precinct 2 North River ShoresThese
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set tip their tents and other t Tanner: Mort Foster troop com ail the
miipmcnl, That afternoon they I mittee member: Jim Wiley assistant names arc new up- 9v;
,,inducted a knot IN ing exhibit dur- scoutmaster: and Robert Peck.coutmater. pomlccs at the present tunicov Mr. and Mrs Carl Cromer of
''fig .1 i camporee "Skill-O-RamaI ." VAC'AUiiv Holiday Park left this week to
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I In the evening II huge campfire vii it t her brother who is ill, at
horned while the 750 hoy in ail I About one truck out of wen Air and Mrs C II. Hirdwiek Indianapolis! Ind. They will also I n ni y ars
l, 'id ma sang songs and watched produced Irl the U S. is for export Jr. and daughters Deborah II ind spend some time with rclilive1m ff 4 f k z
I Indian ceremonial dancing .markets!. Hi/ahcth, arrived last week from Piqua, Ind .
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NEW: OMICIRS of the Martin Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Perry corresponding secretary The volunteers put In 11,718 h. r,

HIRE[ SS-: installed by Mrs Gordon Lolhr Fort Pierce, are, left to right: of work in the last t twelve months. Mrs Lotlar was also g,.,, .I.
SI-1 the Sunrise Inn Th
held at "
which was
luncheon
at the I
Mrs Karl Stonchurncr. president; Mrs Lee Heist first vice president speaker
; Mrs Elmer Thomas, second vice president; Mrs. John Wood day April 1.BaniueialWQman's .

-treasurer: Mrs E,1. Snyder recording- -secretary--; and---Mrs Clifton- -. _--



Club Saturday Will I



Honor Life Members of Historical[ Society


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On Saturday April I 11 I. the Martin Bohner, Mrs Huher Speedy Mrs manner as possible The couple is --
County Historical Society will Ed Dassori, Mrs Mary Hartman l well known in the St. Petersburg! milONFTA MM:'
conclude its social events of the and Captain W G. Corliss' I area having presented! musical) programs AT RINAIDI l IIOMI: : .
season with a grand banquet and Two plaques which bear t the for many organizations. Members of Epsilon, Zeta ( I h'l"'
he held of the life members will he' there
I program( to at the Woman names Phi
ter of Beta Sigma mI i ""I i
Club in Stu:irt. Guest of honor unveiled at the dinner. These include Rcservinons may he made by Thursday evening April 22..d i I III,'
y., I' will be the life members of the The John W Stokes Foun calling Miss Mary Ann Susdorf home of Mrs Lindi RinaldStwalls .. n
Historical Society whose names 1 dalion, Mr and Mrs John R 2X7-3622 or Mrs Ross Witham, Point Mrs Anna !Mc.Kerts. ,,'',.
will he placed on a special plaqueat Wolf Mr and Mrs M P Nelson. 287-I 468.> ,
sorority sponsor was p I III
F both museums in permanent appreciation I Mr. and Mrs Harmon P. Elliott A lively program entitled I ,I ,
:'c" of their generosity to Mr. and Mrs Clark Sheppard and t Talk on the Radio and Tele10 n
; the society. the lolene Stokes Foundation Ladies Auxiliary was presented by Mrs Joan i H'I I
A receiving line consisting of Life membership is accorded for
es and Mrs. Shirley Granfull
*' the officers of the Historical Society donations of $1,000 or more to i 01 V.P.W. Meets I The next meeting of the ,h.II"
i
)k will greet the guests at the the society .
ter i is scheduled for April I I" '1
door. There will A of authentic folk The regular meeting of the
'r hi he a hospitality: program the home of Mrs. Aileen Fc. iher.
hour in the patio of the club building songs and ballads will be presented Ladies Auxiliary' to the Veterans *,
from 6 to 7, followed by a buffet by Jim and Jackie Lewis of St. of Foreign Wars was held Wednesday stone
i 1 fa f banquet in the main building Petersburg This talented young;I : April 1 at the post home,
Mrs Ross Wit hum is in charge couple studied the origins and evolution Mrs Catherine Keeling wasinitiated I FURNITURE
of the program. Assisting her will of folk songs in the Old into membership Mrs. I
he Mrs. Richard Hupfel, Mrs World and America. Their approach Helen Magerine was elected to
Stephen Schmidt, Mrs Jim Hutchinson (tl o the music and words membership and will be initiated CUSTOM MADE
lht _George. Perkins i Mrs Dick : is I classic 1 as close to the_ original 1 at a later date. and REPAIREDALSO <<
A card party was held April 8
at the home of Mrs Jean Moran: -
Chambers-Morris Wedding Hibiscus Park. AIL TYPES Of' IIMSIIFS
The District 3 meeting will be RESTORED
held April 26 in Riviera Beach We have a complete/ woodworkIng .
Franklin N. C. on March 17 Nominations and election o f shop.
officers will he held at the next
meeting April I' All members
Mr. and Mrs T. R. Chambers. The bride is a graduate of Martin urged to allend.Rel'rehmcnl'. are PAiNTERSn&DECORATORS
Hobe Sound: announce the marriage County High School:i and attended were served.
Palm Beach Junior Collegeand
t of their diughtcr Ann to
Doyle R. Morris. son of Mr. and Her husband Indian Rivet is JunIor' College of the James Ven and sister. Dora,
a graduate who have
Mrs Doyle R. Morris. Demon III Benton Consolidated High School spent the past five weeks
at Holiday Trailer Park
and Viewing
R.
The ceremony took place MarchrTTtrmnkwr and has served in the U. S. Marine of interest Ode McGee Ovncr. .
points UMOiithern .
AlA
IIOBF
SOUND: Fl \
-- '! 'N. C. Corps Florida, left Wednesday for their
A wedding trip was taken to The couple is residing in Jacksonville home at Elk Point S. D DIAL 546.4841ws

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1 OF Cancer Drive Here CARTER'S of Chicago



FOR SHERIFF MARTINCOUNTY Hair Styling Salon ,f' ',. .

Started on MondayPrive .. J ,;
MR LANCE
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Is Now Associated! With ,
The annual cancer drive of the chairman is J. C. An- Carters Beauty Salon ,i
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Martin County Unit of the American thony III President of the Martin i iAT
Cancer Society began Monday '
County Unit M Mallory Johnson 7-0800 .
April 6, according to Mrs and treasurer is Jack Hampton
Time For A Nellie Pexzoni, co-chiirman The 38 E. Ox-cola Stuart

Change goal this year is $1.500. ----------- -- -
Following is a partial list of .
area captains and workers: '
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North River Shores and Coconut VOTE FOR
Park: Mr*. Don Welton, cip-
(lain Mrs Paul Groth Mrs John
L. Tayor, and !Mrs Duane Stemle;
Vote for Sam Harless A dedicated law en Bahama Terrace and Sunset Estates

: Mrs George E. Saunders CHRISKALB
captain, and Mrs Eleanor Proper;
Betsey' Addition: Mrs Kenneth
forcement officer with many years of practical Stimmel captain; Mrs. Daniel S.
Ross Mrs Laverne Boncrt and
!Mrs AI Becker:

Holiday Trailer Park area: Mrs.
experience.l Lillian Hanscn, captain, and Mrs
l Charles Butts;
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St. Lucie Estates east area: Mrs f
Max Auerbach, captain, Mrs Rob-
i ert Collins Mrs Joseph Fntts, ,
and Mrs A. O Pitlman Jr. i
j Fully Qualified i St I tucie Estates, west area:
Mrs Carroll Dunscombc, captain, COUNTY '
and Mrs Fred! Stafford; f;
Stypmann Boulevard Ocean
Boulevard, west of the Palm Beach COMMISSIONERCIIRISTI
Road to High School Avenue:
Stephen O'Connor, captain, and B.: KALB
TO SERVE AND PROTECT YOU! !Miss Lily Purse;

Coral Gardens: AI Lick, captain; Jensen Beach resident since
Highway 76 to Indiantown: Mrs
Marie McCullough, captain; 1958.
Krueger Estates: Mrs William Born in New York City 54

VOTE TUES.-MAY 5 FOR Gladden Broadway, captain Section; : Mrs. I a a k years old. w''

Hampton, captainHibiscus Park: Mrs.Iary; Ales- Retired from the New York

sion, captain, and Mrs J. Gnsson; City Fire Department. __ _
Palm City: !Mrs C. H Blackburn -
1 captain; Member of the Uniformed Firemens Assn. AFL-CIO'

seeker:Indiantown, captain: Mrs Mary Hie- Life member of "The International Assn. of Fire-Fighters."

All of the colored areas in the I Organizer of "The Fire Chiefs Assn. of Martin County" 3 times
county will he headed by Felix
Williams who will appoint hit president.

I Ir i SAM HARLESS workers.There are no captains or work State Civil Defense "Fire Service Officer" for the counties of

ers for the following areas as yet: Martin, Okeechobee, St. Lucie, and Palm f Peach.
I Pine Manor Eldorado Heights For the four
j Port Salerno, U S. 1 south of Stuart past years t taught Fir -Ues1'ii. class to local Fire

Loop Road, and north of Pelican Depts.

Cove Master of Acacia Lodge No. 163 F & AM Stuart
t Mrs Pczzom asks that all completed ,
kits N returned to her. 32nd Degree Mason, Scottish Rite.

*** FOR SHERIFF *** West Others who assisting prepared are kits Miss Mrs.Jan Virginia Chapter Dad of Acacia Chapter, Order of DeMoIay.

l Veazie and Mrs. Ivy Mur- Member of Jensen Beach Community Church, Vice Chairman

ton members Association of the National who addres Secretaries of Official Board.

(Paid Political Advertisement) ,' sed the Minnehan envelopes who, and It Mrs id chargeof Gertrude 4 years with; Troop 402 Boy Scouts! 3 years: as Troop? Chairman.

I' collections in her area east Democratic Primary May SI .
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/ 114.0 tilE STUART (Ha) NEWS __ Iliursduy. April 9.__.l 1964_.: .." At First Annual I Fort Pierce Art Festival

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Broward INDIANTOWN NEWS Joe Kelleher's 'Gulls and, Coif' Winner


BVKfURA SNVDIR: Correspondent Phone 597-2465
DRUG STORES Many Martin Counts ,
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'.'+ .... .< *,*4: 'v.twbwsdirprlaaraw, .... were well represented in the.111"1 i III" 1
... annual
Festival ot Art, heldi iI 1
I 1.4 ut Fort Pierce.

Kiwanians Observe Topping all entries, was Jo J 'a l.h

r rI P. Kelleher of the An MII'' ,,;
47 E. OCEAN BLVD.T 71737OPtN Rio, with his first prize aunmi
"Gulls and Coif"
SUNDAY: 8 ,VM..I230: PM: 6 PM.9 PM: i Fifth Anniversary Other
Martin County eill/c.i/, ,Ie-

Most Store tn Mat tin Co ceivmg honorable memo lillI',
Complete Drug
Milwaukee! Sunset" by 11ug.i,,
OPEN MON. URL J S.\T. '7130 A.M. TIL 9 P.t.BRDWAAD I Indiantown Kiwanis Club celc Icr, all of Stuart, Benny Saunders I i Duston and "Indian RIlII "

brutcd Its fifth anniversary at Idsl! of Fort Pierce, and Deputy Shcrift! landscape by Vivian Lewis

wcik meeting. Floyd !McAllister and Earl Enck Others from the couni" II i h"

Five candles on a cake wcre lit. son, both of Indiantown show had paintings included aeceplcd Jim I ''I the
I HutelIII'i I
REF'LL' ANY and O D. Hataway a life mem t t Bnghta Dunn Alfreda Hcnh,
CAM I her. had the honor of blowing 1 1.lI&4k r Lucile Foss-, Francis King I hr \

Reliilable' PRESCR'PTiON' regardless them Representative out Willium C Ow. First Graders Ili : L MoriU and Scott Rosa Feaster Huucs tMever ''ellllllil

I A tolal of 222 paintm ., .
filled 1 I ) II""
originally ens, first! president of the club
ot where Have Picnic submitted out of which I M Iii" IIlll
i introduced the guests. including j hung

need a P reset"Iplion Willium A. Oughterson. who was The paintings of the fiN i 1'1.",,
yon First grade students of Mrs An.
time Arowardtar I
next
'l'he bring It to president of the Stuart Kmaniv i winners will go on a \e.1I r I,'"
1.') filled or re andetvlcelYe i stock cont.w nu Lee Skapgs( and Miss Marilyn tour with a traveling C\hlh",
"mlr' Club five when hit club of WarficU! School I nii
savings ; !\ years ago Bryant enjoyed -
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Iy ... to he shown at Nashville I, ,
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plete )tae Inwcludflrliprt'KrrlPtiolUllrorn the Indiantown club. an Easter picnic hunt and I
sponsored : egg Over 500,0K( ) rer'oOnIII \ ,,'
ocleninq III cioslnR I You taerclce 10 Owens Hataway K R Mala I hike at Jonathan Dickinson State i these paintings before the ., ,
better Park on Thursday, March 26.
higher quality or way P. I.. Hmson and Malcolm | ot the tour at Atlanta C" i
MORE? Mrs Harrison drove the school
WHY PAY Rogers, all charter members. were 1 .
-. bus and children
some were transported
and another life '
in attendance 1C
i ( in cars driven by parents HELP STOP
number Judge W. C Cavcny was ,
F U: +> ?;' also present Some of the parents who went
along were: Mrs. John MurphyMrs .
J Other guest wire: T. T Ought MALICIOUSt,
Herman Mrs
erson, Mallory L Johnson Sheriff Nancy Betty
BROWARD TWIN JUMBO SPECIALJUMBO Roy C Baker and Marvin Kcl Stewart, Mrs. Helen Hill Mrs WOODS BURNINI
Carol Hale, Mrs Mary Jo Hoover, .
Mrs. Pete Largent, and Larry ,


TWINBURGERplus Out George of Navy Jordan knight Race Horse Killed r fAIR PLAY"ICy"es'


; c lilt BIG MINNFR!'\. Joe Kcllehei at i Rio Art Mart exhibits, his first prize.wmn ng entry Gulls and
Mr and Mrs George Jordan A race horse owned by Win I Coif at the first annual Festival ot' Art held! at Fort Pierce lost I week With him is Thercse Knowlcs
OUR FAMOUS THICK I, Jr and baby, Cindy, are now View Stables. Chicago, which got of Fort Pierce another prize winner a.
slaying with I George parentsPostmaster out of the stables at M Lucie track 1 i
JUMBO SHAKE and Mrs. George Jordan onto Stale Road 76 and crossedthe 1---- -- -

on Warfield Boulevard highway in front of a car driven I I 1I Mrs Dorothy Stockman! dnd I..it to bring an Item for the kit I Ii I and potential leader courses a t
George Jr. was discharged from Louis E. Poole of Indian I
c by daughter Sylvia and Janet Me i Mrs Helen Hill assisted I he Riviera Beach this past week were
BOTH 66 the Navy last week and celebrated town was killed last week I Mrs, Chidwick, Mrs Helen
I Allister left Easier Sunday for Brownie and a new game was Betty
aamM ..n.bM his birthday on March 27. Poole was taken! to Martin Memorial Lcesburg. where they visited Mr introduced which is played by the Hill Mrs, Joyce Coon Mrs MaryJo
antis Nh Hi brother Alton (Chip) Jordan Hospital and treated for and Mrs Conrad Beach They re Girl Scouts in Pakistan I Hoover and Mrs Verena Myers
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Two beef patties, ran. the k is home for the Easter i ,
vacation cuts on his face. Damage to the turned to Indianlown the following S
Mrs Verena Myers, mother of
onion, tomato I
pickle
knh from florida Central Acad car amounted to $SOO. Monday evening. Contract Given
,American cheese L : Gale Myers, served refreshments
making a nice family re
city I ISN'Ut.R"
and lettuce .I..w. union for the Jordans Mrs, Annie Lee Rhodes has received On Wednesday, March 25 the 1 For ModernizingAir
ATTEND: a letter from her son vVil. I Junior Girl Scouts enjoyed a hike 1

8 PC. Clements Family SURPRISE PARTY lard M. who is a chief muchn"1I to the Ind antown Manna, where ConditioningA A
refreshments served to the _
tfl."SUPREME Mr and Mrs. Carl Snyder Jr. I in the Navy and is on a six were .
.J.,,,7 Has ReunionOn helped Mrs L. Ycildmg of Okce. month cruise in the Mediterranean grls I contract for $3010 to rehabilitate .
Martin
chobee hold a surprise birthday I Sea. He makes! his home in Long A skit about Girl Scout the County courthouse
HAIR Easter Sunday, Mr. and for her husband II the Seminole Palrol' conditioning system was outstanding tense
CLIPPER party Leon principal Beach Calif. and has been in the presented by I
Mrs. Hubert Clements held a (family of the Okecchobee! Elementary Navy for twenty.two years I led by Sue Wheeler awarded Krauss and Crane Inc of fair ploy I It one of the
'" Complete with attachment reunion at their country homeon School on Friday evening i I I On Thursday, March 26 the of Stuart by the Martin 'ounty most important attributes
State Road 710 April 3. The Veterans of Foreign Wars Cadette Girl Scouts- made final I' Commission at a meeting Friday his new office calls for
'c- r Qf BROWARD Those attending were: Mr. and 1 held their meeting on Saturday, I I plans for their cook-oul at the The commission also awardeda !
JjOWLOVV 7 7 Mrs. John R. Larsen and daughter UMHRIIILL: IS CANDIDATE :! April I 4 at 6,30 p.m. at the post marina. Committees were formed contract to the firm calling for ORLANDO SENTINEL
PRICE. Chris of Butler N J:; Mr. home on Hales Dairy Road. I and each girl had a special j job toperform. $35 per month for maintenance,

and Mrs tester Rice Kensington, W. F. Underhill Jr, is a Demo. 1'I Volunteer workers of the Can. I Ihe girls met on April rehabilitation program in.
EXTRA LARGE Ontario, Canada: Mrs Marjorie crude candidate for the District, 'I cer Drive had dinner at the TownHouse 2 at the Civic Club and hiked,! over eludes replacing the cooling tower
CREST TOOTHPASTE 47' Wchrly of Toronto Canada. Mr 5 County Commission seat Restaurant in Stuart o n to the manna where they prepared at the rear of the courthouse, re
and Mrs Herbert Winnie Mrs Underhill!. who is thirty-eight Thursday evening April 2. their, dinner and spent the re pain i on the compressor and motor: !
Ix>ii .H. Croft, Frank Kaiser Mr years old has been in agriculture naming part of their meeting and a unit price for work that
KING SIZE, iRE( 9Ao : and Mrs. J. J. Clements and most I of his life. He was born near Mr. and Mrs Bernard Sher left around a t bonfire. singing songs and might be found needed during the 1
: SCORE HAIR DRESS 66 I daughter, Robbln; Mr and Mrs Okeechobee on the bunks! of the by plane on Thursday" March 26 playing games. Afterwards they rehabilitation
,Lawrence Mixon and son. Larry like, and now lives at 915 Second I to spend the Easter: vacation with 1 cleaned up the area and were :
e : and Richard, all of West Palm I Street, Indiantown with his wife their parent in New York. !Mrs driven back m carv"'to* thortivicClub Negrito in the Ph H] }luil"Mm'| 1
REGULAR OR HARD-TO'HOLD Beach: Mr and Mn. Wilson Selph and a six-)'ear-old son, Wayne Shcrs mother is Mrs Ethel Person hunt with poison-tipped arrows I'I P.ld .Pollle.l... Advn-tlMmmt Pi d to'by '.
SinnMr
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SEQUIN HAIR SPRAY 99c' : and sons, Fred and Floyd; Mr and i of Rego, and Mr. Sheri par Women attending' adult leader only a few miles from Manila. Ch.lrm.n CunpMln Fund Ronnte
: Mrs. C. I.. Box and son. Paul, all MRS OWENS cnts are Dr and Mrs J. J, Sher I ---- -----,-,"-, ----
of Okeechobee: Mr and Mrs C. LOSES MO1IIER of Kings!! Point. I
RFGULAIUOO- GILLETTE JT9 M. Mock and of Fort
family
O1rorrcii My Mrs Ora Baumun. the mother Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Joe Mills i
RIGHT GUARD Mr. and Mrs Clifford John-
DEODORANT ers; of Mrs, Fred Owens Jr., died of Tiger Billy, Court had as their REELECTFRANK
and of Port Salerno
son family : March 20 in Indianapolis.. as 1 guests for Easier dinner Mr and
Mrs McCall of Winter Hav.
Sally the result of a car accident Mrs Mrs Hilton, McAllister and
CHOCOLATE oz. famih)
en; and Mr, and Mrs Jerry Col.man I: I
'C Owens returned from Indiana Mr. and Mrs, Edwin McAllisterand
METRECAL LIQUID' 4 for 99' and Mr, and Mrs Ivan Clements on ,
of Indiantown. Tuesday. March 31. son, Mr. and Mrs 1 Lloyd
I Smith and Mr. and Mrs Floyd

'. 12 OZ.-RFtJ.63a CARS COLLIDE: I 1NDI\YIO\VN BRIEFS McAllister A. WACHAI
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ol MAGNESIA Oil- BRIDGE Mr and Mrs Norman Hales Mr and Mrs. Paul Jones olWarfield :

According to Deputy Sheriff and children John and Lisa spent Boulevard had an Easter
27 48 UNLY Floyd McAllister, cars driven by I Easter Sunday with Mr Hales egg hunt for the fourth grade

KING RUGS $2.98 Carl M Ledbetter, sixty.four, and parents Mr and Mrs Freeman pupils of Roy Stickler" class.Twentyseven .
J. C. Hemphill, sixty-seven, collided Hales, in Okeechobee. children attended District 1
I the south of the St
at end
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Indian
Miss Patricia Jones daughterof Fire Department Autiliary ,
; COMPARE AT 1.49. I Lucie Canal Bridge when LedI Mr and Mrs. Paul Jones of held! a bake sale in Millers, I
SSe hewer off without
X-TINGT Hough t Garden Spray supping pulled and hit the the bridge Hemphill car I I' Warficld from Palm Boulevard Beach Junior was Collegefor home last Market week.Friday and Saturday of J Jt COUNTYCOMMISSION

; w. the IIlIIt M pair __,IIU-. Bole v... Thru tlW..Y" about Damages$4V to No both injuries cars totulell'l the Easier holidaysMrs The Worn.ins' Society of Christian .

ported to either person Betty Nickles underwent Service of the Ind,antown First
COOL surgery in Martin Memorial Hospital Methodist Church held a rummagesale
KEEP IIITIR: : FROM: ALASKA 1 I Thursday' morning, April 2 at Myers Store in Booker Parkon .
: :,,1j Mr, and Mrs Paul Jones of She is reported't as doing\ real fine: Saturday, April 4. ,'" '1
ZU01r Indiuntown received a letter on To enable him, to continue his cooperation
j Master Sergeant and Mrs Mar
Bill illS
Tuesday morning from SpenardAlaska vm Rubin of Homestead wereguests --- efforts for
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: ELECTRICBREEZE from relatives' there Mr and MrRonulll Maxwc'l'
, :i iI of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Die.
Mrs Richard Inman, of PROGRESSIVEACCOMPLISHMENTS
sister seeker this past week are the proud parents of a son.
I BOX l Mrs Jones, told of how they were I born March I3.I Ronald Brain .
shaken up a bit but that their home Mrs Ellen Baker of Pahokee weighed in at seven pounds, five
:: FAN ,1 1I was still Intact The power was and daughter, Anne of West Palm ouncesMr '" IN ALL MARTIN COUNTY
\ on again/ she mid, BO they had I Beach arc guests of Mr and Mrs _
II' water and heat, but a big clean 'I Malcolm Rogers and Mrs. Columbus Beaver
; up job was ahead of them. became the parents of a d.lughler.
I with Sipeed 1499 i Mr and Mrs Rubin Southern, ; The little miss weighed seven LEADERSHIP
I flngerpiwfgrill RMURN: 10 WYOMING: I formerly of Stuart are now residing I pounds, eight ounces The hihy
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' I at St Lucie Acres Southern was horn at Martin Memorial Hospital Frank A. Mui.hu nan been able to utili/c cooperative effort of Die (ounty
Mr und Mrs Orland Eddmswho .
: have been the is employed at BAS Manufacturing March 10 onimlssion to get thing' done. the post three years have 'seen the rcbiiildniK of the

,.. ., > months at St spending Lucie Acres winter left 1 Company Jensen Beach Bridge Planning of the high| level bridge at Indianlown, paving Martin

\\cdnesdiiy morning. April I, for Mr and Mrs, John R. Myers GIRL SCOUT MWSAt Grade, four tuning of U.", I, resurfacing: of AU from llohc Sound to Stuart, widen

. their home in Aflon, Wyo. I and son John, are now making their meeting on Monday, lull and resurfacing taM: Ocean Boulevard in Stuart and cooperation with St. Luck
I SAVE 22 C100's Eddms had been working al the their home at St Lucie Acres. My March 3D the Brownie Girl, County on Ihe completion of Alt on the ocean and Glades cutoff roiid
SI. lueic Park horse stables and !1I I en is employed at Big Chief Construction Scouts planned! the making! of '

I -hopes--to -return again----next year- _Company ____,_ their own first I _aid kit _Each girl CO \ ATION

I trunk A. Mat ha has served the recreational Interest of Martin (oimty by Install-

VOTE FOR & ELECTr Ing new bout ramps at Jensen Beach and Phlpps Park, Improvement of Sandspril Park,

Reg. 59 .rr,, ciuouMe.lnt Park development and working to gel state approval of the use of Florida
Inland :Natation District Lands for recreational
'refs : purposes.
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.. 37c i I r JOHN A. WETHINGTON PLANNING. I


.the recent refunding of bonds and loll removal freed enough funds to plan for

i d the future growth of Martin Cmuty, and that planning I now under way. Frank also
P. JUSTICE OF PEACE assisted In the overall zoning planning for the future of Martin County, an. well .as
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II I' II'JOSEPds : '.:: av J 2\n OISJ'RllTJ.R: ('OlJ- I Y, tI.1 .\. Ihe employment of a full time County Engineer: In charge of that planning


r ,} ; ,. 1\ / will be available at all times as

I your Justice of Peace and Coroner VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT




PiBI to St.JouphAsplrlnForChlldnarret0rst oflwthn protection! Hal th. dosage YOUR VOTE IHI FRANK A. WACHA i
doctor*Uvor .. pureonnglAsvorand ,. '

CNII08EN creamy ttiturf chlldron I AND SUPPORT
Fait, panda rtllf / y tar
prefer WILL BE DEEPLYAPPRECIATED The Democratic
most tnothiri trusts Candidate With a Proven Record of Service To

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I .It ) Otltll (,i r'utr',1 I /pril2(1) / Same Delegates TlIT STUART (TTorMa) NEWS
: __ # Ifcunduv April 9, 1964 S-DL
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i Billy James Hargis Will Episcopal MeetThe | sin ,n'.. 6 pm Senior HIgh Fellowship

Episcopal 1 Dioceve. of South Circles 2A and 2B will meetat
I Bring Christian Crusade Honda will hold! ilk tarty-second! the home of Mrs Ralph Daneon

annual I convention at Daytona April 14 at 1 p m. Co-hostess

BilK JIIIKS Ihugrs!" loundci 1.director Nocbel. who has just completedhis Reach April 21-23 with delegatesfrom .. is Mrs. York. Circle 3 wtll meet
I i'I l the lill stun rusadc. thesis for hm doctorate: ot phil. St. Mary's Church Stuart on April 14 at 8 p.m. at the borne
will hniifc hu miielccncilSouth' \ otioph, from the University) o I being Edwin E Roilisoii, John Pul- of NM Charles T. Hall.
ern Iuwio stuarl o n Monday. \\isconsm, served as a meinlxr of tern and Michael: Greene. "The Pairs and Spares" will
April 'n'' .>,1 i '111.11'1 Youth Center. the faculty ot' Hargis Anti.'m. Attending as a delegate. to the have a covered dish supper on
H.III': "- ,,,1'1"I t will I be "The Lnc- niuniHt Youth University in !Mam- I omen's meeting from St. Mars April I 11 I at ft: 1C) p'm' The program!
miv ,lh'11' i tk Far lilt" lou Spring. Colo. last summer will he Mrs Fdwm E. Rolhson, will" he "M.image Counseling' by
'e1k (the in" iimn is a feature of a Consisting of> six two-wcck ses: Rev. Malcolm A Harris.
The Rt Rev. Henry I I. Uumit
19 the
i two d.1I -Ainnir l being held in lions, the summer school leatuns Beginning Sunday April ,
I bishop of the Diocese of South
church schedule will resume -
Stuart iinl Ivmg sponsored by the seminar courses for high !school summer
Florida, will preside at the convention
I Church school will begin
local I ihrisiim, Crusndo youth seniors and college\ students emphasinng
The main object of butanes !.
chapter' I ihi lorchhcarcrs:' Don !! the conservative poti I at 9 a.m. and worship service at
will be the ol
promotion a
Loin r. this' h'ipter leader of this lion in government eClIIII'mican,! II) amA ,
capital fund campaign to raise:
youth ,'haptri I ho John Paul Jones religion and offers instruction m
SUXHMXM) for work on college
ch.iptci iiiimcU hy former Un the history methods and tech. new automobile headlight that
r campuses, work with the aging said to make dimming unnecessary ...
dents 11 'the ( hristiiin Crusade AntiCommunisi mques! ul international commitnism is
Youth University. and church eXlclt.iun.HRSI' has been developed by an

The 'neiiing' is scheduled for 7r.m Noehel will also address t the Austrian firm Its driving beam
meeting on the subject) "'I he 1 Lth I PRKSBMFRIVNPine : is focused so that it cannot blind
Accompimmg Hargis on the eral Papers" a treatise) edited h\' Lake l>ri>e an approaching motorist and the

spc.ikmn i I.ur ell|| be Rev. David Representative 1 i James Roosevelt ol Sunday': 9 aII1.. worship service., lights strike the car ahead just
NoeM/, iiecnth appointed as California. i son of former Pnsi; 10 am church school: I II I al11. below the rear window so there
rr4 National Youth Co-ordmator for dent Franklin D. Roosevelt worship service; 6 p.m,. worship is no rear view mirror glare
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Christ'iii'', i inside, and formerly ------ -- -- -- I

pastor .11 l the Fundamental Bible
t ktRla1 Church ill' Madisonis.

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I RE-ELECT
: Training Union
WELCOMING the Rc Forrest i Woody) \Valkms, new pastor of West, hostess Rev and Mrs Watkins, and their uighter Man i in I !

I the First Baptist Church and Mrs Watkms right arc Vernon Faith, were honored at a reception ,m the .Church hall I Indusevening i Sword Drill and

Skclton, Chairman ol Deacons Mrs Skclton and Mrs. Robert April 3. Speaker Tourney ,

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fda Yitk A ;ta .akRi G : V"rt : ALL SV1NIV EPISCOPAL: Bishop Carroll will celebrateSolemn a sl'eukertournllment sponsored ROY C. BAKER

Jensen Beach Pontifical Mass at Diy- by the 1 raining Union 1 IX'!purl-
front Park al 110: p.m. Ilishop merit! of the Indian River Ihq'ust
Friday, April 10: 6 a.m., Re.
Association will he held the
at
Carroll has asked that us main a s
Ilion I quiem'The Holy Communion. Intcn- /possible of our parishioners he in raillll" Baptist Church In Fort
: Departed"Second attendance at the Mass Farce at 8 p,m., Monday. April '

: April I 12: Sunday 730: a.m.after, Holy 'Perpetual VNoler' ,'' blessed during 13.The sword drill is bused on t' .

li | munion, 9 a.m., Family Ea'ter'l he the obtained Easier al Vigil the church Ceremoniescan door. skill and speed in the use of the
tan, 1 II I am, morning )' Hihle mid the speakers tourna
I sermon Religious instructions, for children SHERIFF
merit is judged on content and delivery
-;' Monday, April 13: 7:30: p.m., attending public l 1 school s l'oIrliCl'unlare/ selected by
: I
--7": vestry meeting grades one to eight. are being l licit! Judges!, in the kKal churches. Winners -
I every Saturday Irons \9:30( to I 11 :.Ham I ot the utsociutional will
Tuesday, April 14, St. Justin Catholic parents are asked event
(' Martyr: 7am., Holy (Commun to bring their children to these take part in the district meeting
later the
month.
in
ion. Intention: "The well Umg of instructions
t i the church I p.rn All Saint I Mrs I lee dahan. director has
\ Guild ? Religious instructions' for high announced that her executive comtinllee .
i I meeting Father Feaster
j school students are being!! held every will meet .al h April
continues a semen, of talks on Holy pin of Martin County Florida in the
Communion from the Prayer Book Wednesday Iron 7 to 8 pm 13, at I he Iradc \\inds C altluiaIIKSF ,
I Hostesses: Mrs R. E. Graves and j All Catholic: Mmlcnlt arc urgedto
Mrs H attend MFIIIOimiMintrl: I'
1's f' J. Wiley
',fr1Ty I %
; j KHHFMIK; IllllllRVNWorship I I Democratic Primary on May 5 '
,
; OS(TAM.A: SIRIFFME1IIOUIM : \Vcdncsday. April H. ( hanccl
', Ml. services are held every choir rehearsal al 7,10:; pin

Sunday school begins each Sun I I Sunday morning at Redeemer I uth- Thursday', April 9: The olficial 1 i
I day morning at 9:45 and is under crap Church. Last Ocean Boulevard. hoard will meet at tall: pmFriday 1964 r *
the direction 0 f Rev. Charles Stuart at 10: 10( clock' : April/ 10: 'I I he junior .. '
Bennett with Bible class and Sunday choir will rehearse at 3x0
associate
Rev John Jcsberg. pastor, representing school' preceding at 9:15: I al1I. VVesleyan\ mild: :: will;I hold pmThe a
Pocket Testament Pastor Donald Schroeder conducts rummage kale al the old Methodist
League will he
YOUR SUPPORT AND
VOTE APPRECIATED
the speaker at the morning worship morning devotl10 vcrwsru Church at Second Mi eel t and AI.
which begins at II. I this week at 7:45 alI!, each hung Avenue on !both [riday and

Pastor office hour are held day. Saturday /11'llil I'nlllloal' Adv.rtl.uminl))
each Wednesday afternoon from I Every Sunday morning lit 9::10 y Sunday. April 12: The worship
2 to 5. the pastor may be seen the I utheran Church TV program services will he held at 8.4 nail
xsa ',lilt other times by appointment I can he seen on hunncl! 5 \VPTV' I 11 I a.m. with the pastor Rev
Pravcr service and Bible stud)' ,[' Doses God Really Answer I>rayer''" ter I D. Jessup, delivering, the wal'l

+, is held each Wednesday night at ,:'The: _Lord .I Is My Shepherd" sages. Church school will
7:45, and is under the direction of win I DC icatiireu in word and music ul III a,m. Junior and Senior MY F I FIRST BANK of JUPITER
( I Rev ('harks Bennett. on the Lutheran Kad.ioJlguTnext J 1 will", hiuln. at 6;: 10 pm' ,
The Sunday school extends: an I Sunday MoliuVy. "A'p'ill'"l M:;' The"' Muh,

invitation to all to attend a covered Pastor Bible Cluss is held every mini/ Men's Club will have !prayer
m I dish on Wednesday Tuesday evening at 7:30! at the meeting at 7 a,m. Ruth Circle will .Jupiter, Florida
.sip 4 April I IS at super Bring a favorite church. Junior choir is on Wednesday meet ul 8 pm
dish and! your table service. at 130; pm Mrs. Phyllis Cues-day April 14:: The Won
Statement of ConditionAt
Murphy is ;the director; eli's Society of Christian Service
CONGREGATIONAL ladies Guild meets Wednesday executive nice-ling will be at 10
(United Church of Chrkl" ) evening at 8. Roy Radikc a member a,in. 1 he Malron I, ( last will meet Close of Business
of Redeemer, und director of al 1230: ".111.
n1P' The Bible Union Church. East the Pioneer Vocational The Methodise Men's Cluh I i.
Va Ninth Street, Palm holds Training March 31 14ASSISTS
I City Center in Port Snlermi. will be the sponsoring/ the Mclhojist Men' ,
church
rjr 0, school at 945: a.m. with featured, speaker Hour' over WS I IU each Sunday
classes for all ages Judson Minear evening beginning 12 from
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Our church is oren every day April
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4 superintendent Morning worship for meditation and and 7:05) to 730; p,m. The I progran
if at I II I o'clock Sermon !by Redeemer garden is prayer a mass of is produced by the general board
Rev
Lawrie J Sharp pastor will color of lay aclivitieiisr. .

ROGER I>LI IRS OK LOCKS ROAD be On"No Other Name" blooming now in with profusion roses The and public lilies Cash and due from Banks , $ 408,221.80
Friday April Iff. at the is invited. M\RVS U'I.'OP.\I.

Tropical Farms Baptist Worth United Church there will of Christ he a in district Lake Thursday, April 9: 10 am? Episcopal U. S, Government Securities 1,341,528,44
meeting nf 1Tmtjl Phnp/-li MKsr lupiisi 1 Churchwomen meeting In
um.
en beginning, t--I 10"am' : There Stuart the cloister room Sandwich lunch Other Bonds, Notes and Debentures 175,436.84

; Peters t Be will be luncheon and afternoon I Wednesday evening III I 6;10 I II can will he served alter the meeting -

Roger to session.. I there will be a meeting of the Mm Donald Armstrong Is in Loans and Discounts . . , . 2357,420.71
charge of the luncheon,
I Junior and! junior high boys nominating committee. followed

and girl will hold their fellow- ,I I at 7;:30 !hy the midweek prayer junior Saturday. choir April II: 10 a.m. Banking I louse! . . . . . 145,279.98
ContestantRoger ship meeting on Wednesday after. service and business meeting The I
Drill noon at the church. I elimination for the Association Sunday April 12: 730: am. Furniture and Fixtures .65,657.94
Holy Lucharisl 91 1 15 .
The prayer group will meet on I Speaker Tournament will also he ; : am, morning
Friday with Mrs. Whittle at 10 held at this time with Miss Joann !! prayer and Sunday school;
I II I am, Other Assets . . . . 24.604.78TOTAL
,
Peters son of Mr and be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the i clock. Choir I rehearsal is on Andrews and Eddie Lowe purlictatmg morning prayer and tcr "
Jr. of locks Fairlawn Church in Fort mon
Mrs Paul Petcrs Baptist Friday evening at 7.
Road, will i I I represent Tropical Pierce will later represent! the I On Wednesday April 15, the Thursday morning at 930; the Wednesday April 1 15: 7:30: p.m? ASSETS . . . $..J,518,150,49LIABILITIES
Farms Baptist Church in the an association in the state contest at Women's Fellowship meets at the Associational Vacation!! Bible School senior choir
nual "Sword Drill" (sponsored by DeLand. The sword drill, for in. church from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A Clinic will. be held at the Park Bishop. (onkling!, retired bishop
the Indian River i Associalional( tcrmediates (ages thirteen to sixteen report of the workshop at Lake) view Baptist Church in Fort Pierce of Chicago, will act t as supply
Training Union Roger who is ), will be held in conjunction Worth will be given in the after. The Stable Boggc's Sunday priest for St Mary's Parish untila I
fourteen, was the winner in an with t the Better Speakers Tournament noon. school; class will meet at 7 45 new rector arrives,
elimination drill held in the churchin which is for young people Friday evening!! al the home; on of'I Total Deposits . . . . . $3,861,114.25;

which Gloria Childers and Ann ages seventeen to twenty-four. MORE SOUND SOUTIIFRN: / Mrs. Eloise Caster The Builders JHIOVMIS WIINrSSLS'
Flogan were runners up T he sword MLTHOIHSr Union will have un ice cream social 'I Kingdom Hull, Britt Kuvd Oilier Liabilities . . . . 118.515.58

drill participants have been coaen- FIRST CIIURCII OF CHRIST The Sunday school will Friday evening! lit 7:30: at I the Thursday 7:10 p.m., Theocratic:
cd by Leys Lamest I SCIENTIST cook-out at Jonathan Dickinson have a home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. De- Ministry School, 8:10! 1",111. service TOTAL LIABILITIES . . $3,979,629.83
The "tword' which the contestants Fast Ocean Blvd. Stuart State Park thi Berry : meeting Theme: "l>eerIl1S Daily
use is the Bible, the 'Sword Sunday morning service at II April II. Meet Saturday at the afternoon, Sunday school for all ages begins Inlo God' I Perfect l.aw") Capital Stock . . . $4KXX)0() ) ( ) ) ()
of the Spirit," and the drill involvesa I Lesson-sermon subject: April building at 2:30: community and at 945: with morning Sunday, 6 ",01., public discourse: :
knowledge of the books of the 12:; "Are Sin, Disease, and Death ( will be pm.provided transportation ship services at H:10 and I II.I wor'l Gods Kingdom. Rules Amidst Surplus . . . . 90X( )J.O()()
Bible skill in finding!! specific paw Rcal7'Sunday We extend an invitation to all 6;10 the Training Union for all'' His I.ncmics\; by L M Feaster,
sages, and the memorizing of certain school, II am. Nursery to attend I I ages begins with the evening worship 7, I 11 p m, Bible study with aid Undivided Profits
our regular services on . . 48,520.66
Bible verses. The winner of I provided. Sunday evening service beginning 7:45. Rev. I of WalchlowcrMonday. .
the Associational Sword Drill to Wednesday Testimonial meeting I I I Forrest II. Waikins will !bring themessages 730; p,m., "Babylon
Sunday school is at 6:30: ,m. I TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS
8 pm.Reading. I and p at all three worship serv Arise in Defiance ot Jehovah." . 538,520.66
worship 7 45 .
service at
--- ----- Room: 282 Flagtcr Avenue : p m i ices Hihle.

SiLlRNO !MHJIIURNMLTIIODISr : / : : Monday through Friday, 10 I and Rev.Russell Charles Finch O Bennett Is n leader.pastor i Monday; afternoon al 3:30: theGA' I Assemblies study at "kingdom" / Hall,/ for TOTAL LIABILITIES AND

a m.. 2 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m., song and Sunbeams will, / meet at participation/ in field ministry: Frig

?Missionary speaker Rev John i 1230: p.m.Christian. ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC the church. the church plans participation day. 9 a,m? Saturday and Sunday, CAPITAL FUNDS . . $4,518,150.49DIRECTORS
Science radio program, in 'the Indian River As- "'I J H a,mSmokey.
3c hcrg, will he the speaker at I "The Bible, Speak to You" may Schedule of weck-day Masse: social\ion Training i Union executive -- -------
both the morning and evening I be heard over WSTU Stuart, Monday, 7 a.m.; Tuesday through meeting to be held at 6:15 Monday OFFICERS ?
services this Sunday. The mornIng 14W kc, at 7.15: pm. Monday. Friday. 8:30: a.m., and Saturday, evening at the Fairlawn Baptist Says
service begins at 9:30: and the I Topic for +ril 13: 'Disease Is 7:30 a.m.The Church m Vero Beach The Associational Jerry Thomas Chairman Dan A. Burden
,
at 730.: Rev. Jes- r
service
evening Not Incurable1' Miami Diocesan Council Sword Drill and Sneak 6uRNY0UR fsvSFE1Y1w
berg represent Pocket Testament I of Catholic Women will hold a ers Tournament will be held at ms I II. Richard McCord '
aE Thomas
II.
League and has worked in Europe Daly .
INDUS: / RinK UMTARUNlELLOttSIHP convention April 23 at the Du 7:30.: ,
giving!! out {"slew' Testaments Pont Hotel in Miami Reservationsmay Tuesday morning at 10:30: the
Sunday school will be held Sunday Services are held at Fort Pierce be made following all the Betty Mill Circle will meet at the President W. O. Jones
at 10:45 a.m. under the direc-- Masses or by phoning Mrs Edward home of Mrs. John Teale in Port
Center 742
tion of Winston Woodson Seaway Beach Community Drive by Dr. William I. Kinsella, 287-4765, before Salerno Please, take sandwiches I pl I Harry I I. Finlay, J I.1 Richard McCord
The Epworth Leagues will meet Arms minister. April 8. The Fay Taylor Circle will meet
Sunday night at 630.: There n a St. Joseph Holy Name Society at 2:30 at the home of Mrs J. W, Vice President and Charles A Nugent Jr.
I class! for each age group, includIng April 12: Fellowship Sunday announce: that all men of t h trarib Marion I in Poinciana Garden. ,
adulu. school 10 a.m4: fellowship service, are invited to attend the The La Amigas' covered dish sup t Cashier Roy S. Rood
Our evening service will start 7.30; pm."Sermon topic, "Faith I Holy Hour for Men" on Thurs per meeting will, be held at 630:
at 7:30 and in addition to speaker for Jiving day April 9 at 7 p.m., followed Tuesday evening at the home of Kenneth E. Farnam Sam
Rev Jesberf a film-strip concerning The annual meeting of the by the regular monthly meeting Mrs. James Mills The Dubberly A. Stephens, Sr.
Vacation Bible School will be Florida District of the UmtarianUmversalist Fr. Justin Brady, C.P.. will, conduct Circle meet at 8 p.m., the placeto I
shown. I Association will be the Holy Hour and speak at be announced. Vice President Jerry Thomas
Prayer service will be held each I held in Orlando. April 1012. Sherwood the meeting. Refreshment will be
I Wednesday at 715: em Current- I Evan will represent the Indian served. Color vision li carried by an
l ry the pastor i ia teaching a course I I River Fellowship .and any Pan-American Day will be observed electric circuit i4 the nervous I TM ui prtvtnt a forttt Ire Member Federal De Insurance Corporation
I to Sunday school teachers. I I member is welcome: to attend. at Miami April 14 when system. I by dung a Ire-eafe tor MI I.






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: SAfE VIRGINIA and IN Mrs ALASKAMr BURGESS Ed Burg*** reoIfv.)


ed word by ham radio that their

daughter Virginia, a sohool teacher -
i; IEI1i i at Elmendorf Air Fore !fce..

Anchorage.the recent Alaska,earthquake wa safe following Ina I.

letter received from Alias Burgess

since the disaster, she said

that the pictures shown. on television -

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6-D THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS III'I'WlIL ) "' -- ... '" ..w"" MR. AND MRS. not at all\ exaggerated, that the

Thursday! April 9, 1964 FOR RENT 35 HELP WANTED 43 BOATS & SERVICES 63 For Sale, MINnIlaa71 Real Estate For Sale 90 CELEBRATE 25111 destruction was "very bad."

.. .... .. I .< ..... ia iiii ly ., Mr. and Mrs. James W Mills.
arttssxwaw. / .....". .... wvossarsr'" > "'" .'''' r" : > mtiiiainmiii iup
401 Alamanda Way. will celebrate The number of American workers
THIS SYMBOL() NOW Renting, 8 small one bedroom FLORIDA Registered Pharmacist FOR SALE: Complete I line f SALE: On all appliance now at CORNER Lot $850, adjoining their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary protected against income loss
for growing local Marine Supplies Marine reduced prices at llendry's Trading lot $750.) High and Dry. Both !
.' Apts. Furnished, with tile progressive Sunday, April 12 with an as a result of off-the-job illnessor
MEANS THAT bath, screen porch, t terrazzo floor, chain. Openinr available in Fort Marine Hardware-everything Center opposite Tri-County at bargain price. Telephone 287- open house(! from 3 to 6 p.m. injury has reached the record
insulated cathedral t ceiling, overlooking Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Ve r a your boat. Whiticar Boat Gas in Golden Gate. tf ((78)) 4643. Write Box 437, Jensen I Ii Hostess Is their daughter Mrs. high of 44,902,000.The .
READERS PAY TO READ Beach. tf ((90))
10-acre lake and county Beach and Stuart areas. Excellent I Port Sew.ll. tf ( ) i : J. H, Frills.
I COW Manure J 1V4 : 2yd.
YOUR ADS IN park. Plenty parking area. Low opportunity for advancement and OUTBOAKU MOTORS: ... $15 7-yard, load yds., $42.. $12.Also 58 A. FARM. Highway frontage, The Mills have lived in Stuart first successful: test t of cable
price rental, $50.00(() m 0 n t h. company benefits. Apply Mr. Man. suitable for vegetables, cattle, for ten years' coming here from cars in Sun Francisco. was madeon
ED We have for mulching hay. AT 7-0979. tf ((78))
Walking distance grocery store. In- gum, Broward Drug Office 825 part ----- ,- hogs or citrus. House on property. Chicago, III. Ha is a retired engineer Clay Street in August, 1873.
Nt makes. Can test
hutd .
popular
fltIze ; quire The Seven C"a Grocery Storeon N. W. 6th Avenue Fort Lauder and condenser. Ulmer Motors your, BEAUTIFUL darling, registeredToy Near Indiantown-Stuart. Map and from the Eric Railroad. ---- -- --- --

U. S. No. I, one mile northof dale. tf ((43)) AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Manchester, 4 months old. price on request! Telephone 844- I Smoker Says

St. lode River Bridge tf ((35)) OFFICE MANAGER TRAINEE Dealer. tf ( ) Champion stock Shots. Watchdog 1355. THURMOND KNIGHT I The unknown soldier killed in

wholesale lovable, small pet. Must see REALTY, INC. P. O. Box 9998 France in World War I was buried SCARS LIKE TMfsiRt!
Old established
com-
DIAL FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished has opening for man 21-27 .I .W ;: to appreciate 287-I)309. 4-9 ((78)) West t Palm Beach, Fla. 49 ((90)) in Arlington, Va., National AWNS7)Mei) NE*!
I close in. $75. Call pany
apartment, TRAILERS & SERVICES -
ATlantic 7.1550 287-1685 or 287-5569, tf ((35)) years old to train as office mana .- TWO Beautiful Waterfront Lots; : Cemetery Nov II, 1921.REAL .

ger. Two years business college Wanted 1* Buy (Mine.) 81 I at east end of Palm Avenue in I I 11I. ....

To Place Your FAST SULl G. MODERN one bedroom furnished which included accounting pre FOR Sale or Trade: Bargain: No. Hobe Sound Shores. Close to 1 ESTATE FOR SALE 90 a
apartment will be available ferred but not required. Training inum room enclosure 1 Stuart and St. Lucie Inlet. Con t
LOW COST WANT AD March 15. Rent by week, monthor includes all phases of office pro- screen porch 12x25,. overall. WANT the best price for your crete Bulkhead, County Approved -' r
year. Located on river one cesium Excellent opportunity for standing pull trailer \ car? Call Ralph Bate at 287- Roads!, Central Water System, SALE: three bedroom, two baths, II
block from shopping district 35P. young man to establish himself' 3" Panel-fab construction. 1214. Mettle Motors, Inc. tf ((81)) Excellent,. Water. Lot No. 1 is on North River Shores. Pool I and

.. Seminole !St. Phone AT 7.11'7, m! business world. Submit compete conditioned and furnished JJ IUI L Waterway, pie shaped with 167' Patio. Furnished or unfurnished
NEWS WANT ADS! t If ((35)) resume to P. O. Box 311, ly new Located at Fishnhol REAL ESTATE! FOR SALE M of water front. Appro 140'' at I Consider rent to adults. Call 287-

Fort Pierce, Fla. 4-9 ((43)) er Park on Lot 46. Can be widest point. Price K500. 4845 or AT 7.3279. fj90'( i
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RATE: Five cents per average FOR (lease Port Sewall ---- -- --_. ..11 e .... ... I _--- --
rent or Will be there Saturday e e
word, minimum charge: per insertion waterfront home. Two bedrooms, CAREER opportunity with com Monday. April II, 12. 13 CANAL lot off St. Lucie. Lot No. LOT No. 2, also- slightly pie shaped GOOD Income Property Duplex.
$1.00 (for up to t twenty t IVi\ baths Stove and refrigerator.Boat bination insurance company, R. Home. Owner. 4-9 ( ) 5, Harbor Estate, 1 0011I 2S. with 149' on canal adjoining 2 bedroom and carporle each.
average words). Words in ALL t dock. Yearly. Phone 2X74105 debit in Stuart area. Age 23-55. ---'-- -- _._ _-- Best offer over $2,500. Lou) Bock Average width 104. I One side furnished. Will accept lute

CAPITAL LETTERS, except first tf ((35)) Mint have car, Write Box 573, I HAVE two new mobile ert. 4940 N. E. 27 Terr., Pompano waterway.Price:i 6000. No Brokers. J JUPITER 1 model car or lots as part payment.
word; count a* two words each. Fort Pierce. 4-9 ((43)) to sell at a great 'sacrifice. Beach, Fla. 399-0204.:! tf(90)( ) ISLAND APTS. 7467109.tf Also 4 bedroom 2 hath house
.
White space above or below or PLEASANT one bedroom furnished --- ---- 1 is a Crossland 20' wide by 42' ; (90)) full basement. Both located Skv- All this woodland wuted- ,
(
within id will be charged a* the cottage for rent. Center of THIS I OPPORTUNITY is for' the other is an Expando 17' FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront 'line Heights Addition, Jensen needlenalyl I INr

number of words (five) that could town. $60 month, yearly rent. Call YOU. If your wear cometic"j by 45)) long Both are two Sacrifice at 1 lots.$29 Hi,foot h and AT dry 7: BY owner 2 bedroom home, well Heach.. AT 75443. 4-16 1901 : ;;; U -; .' I
ba printed In the blank line, or 287- 892. If ((35)) have a pleasing models. Come make a deal a landscaped' lot, 50x150.( I Many -- !>
25 ants per line. tween 30 to 55 years of age, can us for one of these beautiful 2593. tf ((90)) extras 8th Street* Port Salerno. .slam asw..o; fI// REAL ESTATE FCR SALE 190

Classified" rat t on THREE bedroom house.furnish spend 4.5, hours.daily away from I bile homes See Harts NEW two\ bedroom home one Call after 6:00:() p.m. 287-0147. TRAILERS & SERVICES 168 11; ')jI

"Display e. ed, Florida room, near Junior I home, Avon Cosmetics offer youa Home Sales, Stuart. 2870670.tf bath, corner lot Legion Heights. 4-9 ((90)) "I"" .< .t..... z .,t/I/I'/ 1' >1
application. High, available April 1 1. Call 287- splendid earning opportunity.Write ( ) $10,990. Easy terms, W. H. Wag
These are cash rates, for ads 4664. tf ((35)) Avon Manager P. O. Box ner Co., AT -4880 or AT 71696. FIRST time offered Luxury. home

brought or mailed to The Stuart ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, 2427, Vcro Beach, Fla. 4-9 ((43)) WANTED house' trailer, 17 If ((90)) Custom built 1960 on St. l.u- April Sale MORTGAGES
News with i payment. If you are aStuart 25 feet; also trailer hitch. cie River. 1900 ft. living apace.plus
News mail subscriber or are : Rio. Pleasant location within w. 287-2058. 4-9 ( ) FOUR bedroom waterfront home. double garage and patios 25 YEAR TERMNEW

listed in the Stuart telephone directory easy distance of dock facilities Employment Wanted 48 Will trade for vacant land. Write Central heating and air conditioning Prices ReducedNEW AND EXISTING

you can place your ad by tele- Reasonable year-round rates. Call Ii1A_ ANDERSON 10x45, carporte. Box 23, Stuart, Fla. tf ((90)) Wall to wall carpeting Land I HOMES
7-2583 after 5 write
phone." Dial ATlantic 7-1550 want-ad.and AT B. J. Abbott Star Route p.m. or Jensen WILL care for 1 child in my home One tio,bedroom.air-conditioning Excellent gas HOME located in Stuart neat beautiful scaping and in Florida Vista .among$42.500.00.most C R. Ashley, Mtg. Broker \
1 want to place a !
say Beach, Fla. tf ((35)) during the day. Have 2 daughters tion. Martini Park. V schools. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Hoyt C. Murphy, Realtor. AIA 1964
at home $15 per week Call central and heating Taylor Ashley
i
airconditioning Jensen Beach AT 73340.
4.9
FOR Rent: Completely furnishedtwo i 287-5986. LL54( !?) South Carolina Dr. ( ) Complete sprinkler system. 49 ((90)) 630 COLORADO AVENUEAT

Give your mall I I address as bedroom house, including Call. AT 7-0531. tf ((90)) 10x40-1 Br.-King, $3,675.00
well II your telephone number TV. $80 per month through October. I BIG city business woman wants Service Offered Mhc. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR 7.2440us (uses)
in your want-ad. The Stuart Adults only 2871087. small city position.' Experienced, FOR Sale: Waterfront gorgeous YOUR DREAM HOUSE? This 10x50-2 fir.-King, 3875.00

News h a. hundreds of 4.9 ((35)) I capable, amiable, adaptable. Bank, L River could he it! Five-room CBS on 10\51-1: 1 Br.-Titan, 4,375.00 1--- -- ----

out-of-state subscribers: who loan, real estate, insurance, or what WISCONSIN, Bnggs two corner lots sophisticatedcharm 10x51-2 Br.-Tltan, 4,575.00
are your best possible prospects FURNISHED one bedroom house have you? Pauline Cornell, 3905 Clinton and Lauson tf ((90)) spacious, completely] refurbished BADCOCKFurnished
with enclosed and .
1 Br.Piedmont
for real estate sales and sunroom Regnas Ave., Tampa. Phone 988- COOLED ENGINES'; in stock inside and out by N.Y. 10x45- -
full bath. 309 Hickory Jensen THREE bedroom, 2 bath water
rentals, boats, help wanted, 1722. 4-9 ((48)) parts and men who know bow designer and still under 10000.) 4575.00
Beach. Contact E. R. Kinney front home and lots near St.
trailers and repair them. ULMER To' call AT 7-5613. 4-9 10x50 1 Br.General.
gardening, serv see ((90)) -
2874155. tf Lucie Inlet. Write Box X c/o
((35)) ,
"or"Dial AT 7-3355. Your
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ices. Business Opportunities; !50 I Stuart News. Call 2872549. down take Regal l 4575.00 MODEL HOME
NO
ly Dodge Dealer. tf ( ) money over payments
FURNISHED 5-room
.. apartment. __ tf ((90)) three bedroom, two hath 10x45-1 Br.Anterlean.-
clean. Frost
Very proof refrigerator
WHEEL ALIGNMENT and
CBS home Call 4695.00
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: : : New electric range. Com COIN operated laundry Reason BALANCING with Bear IN Jensen Beach, for sale by owner corner property.
plete privacy. Adults Call AT 7- able. Excellent condition. Good ment by trained mechanic will new two bedroom and three 287. .094 or 287.2633 for 4-9 appointment 10x50-1 Br.American.- Open Daily 1 P.M.

(Numbers over 100 refer to display 0768. tf ((33)) money maker. Call AT 71364. for itself in tire wear. We have bedroom homes High elevation. --.----.-- J90)( ) 5,195.00

classified ads, which appear tf ((50)) equipment and men. Your (78)I Walking distance to shopping BULKHEADED LOT IOOJU3I 10x55-2 Br.-Windsor Til 4:30: P.M.:
THREE bedroom unfurnished
after the end of the smaller ads, in Iv Dodge dealer. ULMER $10,900 and 12900. Will take in Intracoustal Waterway community with 4x10
numerical order. Be sure to look house near Stuart post 1 office BEST Location Buy direct and TORS or Dial AT 73355. tf ( ) lots, acreage or what have you for Southeast exposure. Owner ( Living ,i in
Extension
Room 6,795.00
and $70 month. 2871685
in both placet.) stores. ) per save on this good paying business. dc AT 70914.
---- :>wn payment tf(90)( ) 46-5266. If ((90))
I or 28M (,9. tf ((35)) Restaurant with living quarters RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank ----[ --- ---- --- 10x55:-1 Br.-UindMtr I
12-unit motel. All this I WATERFRONT Indian River DOWNTOWN Stuart. Small rI r-
Fait RENT 35-135 TWO bedroom furnished also ice. Cleaning and repairing. room (with 7x12 Living LEGIONHEIGHTS
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 apartment. Also room for garage rent on only 1/3 of property, whichis drain fields repaired and Drive Walton. 3 bedrooms, 2 ing house five bedrooms, four Room Extension) 6,995.00
in home. East Fifth met in rear by blacktop road. Dial AT 7-0651() I AT 7-9862. ( ) baths, dining room living room baths, kitchen dining room and I I
140 619
RENT 40 private
WANTED: TO 12x50-1 1 Br.Lamplighter.
Highway!! No. 1 frontage 230'by G.E. kitchen, dishwasher, washing living room. $3,000 down, easy/ I
HELP WANTED 43-143 Avenue. AT 7-1 756. tf ((35)) HAVE small Bulldozer' machine. Central heat. Air- 5,995.00
660'() Beer and wine license. terms. Tel. 2875199. 4-16 ((90)) I
Employment Wanted 48-148BiuintM STORE AND OFFICE SPACE CalMMiS-5568' IjLI5( ) Mower and Disc. Will clear conditioning Cordes. HO 13340. 10x50-1 Br.- I I See' The
HAVE two bllildi8 lots in Palm
Opportunities 50-150 for rent as low at $1 I per day cut trees Fence posts t and Ii 4-9 ((90)) Skyline 4,200.00
Lake Park Will trade for late
SERVICE station and for sale Lawton Wall, Phone
LOST 4 FOUND !53-153 per room on lease.$2 Cabinet shop Highway location. Going garage.hu! i- 71401. tf ( ) OWN YOUR OWN TRAILER model trailer. Call AT 71074. 10x50-2 Br.SkjUne .- I I "VALLEYFORGE"
or storage space day to $5.
per
54-154 LOT corner 95x100 ft. land- tf I
SCHOOLS ((90)
ness. Opportunity for good mechanic ) 4,395.00
See Miss Alice Dehon for
inspec TERRAZZO Tile and
slab]
C.B.
scaped, concrete patio ,
SPECIAL: NOTICES 55-155 Low rent. Call 287-0902 --- l I
tion. Monthly or 3-year )ease. W. H. Wagner Co. AT utility house! well, pump, septic JJ L .. 10x55-2 Br.-
USED CARS 58-158 4-30 ((35)) after 6 o'clock. 4-9 ((50)) or AT 71696. tf ( ) tank, all ready for your trailer. FOR RENT 135 Skyline 5,195.00 a Colonial Styled

SEW CARS 60-160 .AJll !!II $3,500. C. E. Slocum Realtor,, (Private )Dining Room)
NEW house, furnished, 3 bedrooms HARDWARE -
Stile Yes, all
BOATS & SERVICES: 63-163 SPECIAL NOTICES !35ALCOHOUCANONYMOUS 505 Colorado Ave., Stuart. J Home J with
and hath; Also 1 bedroom ware now at low sale ., ...... j. -: ",. 20x46 2 Dr.Skyline .-
fRAILF.RS !SERVICES: 68-168 efficiency; Also' rooms. Rea _, >""T _, ..11104 llendry's Trading Center 4-9 ((90). ) I d'Of, "iJ<.t: '.' 8,995.00 3 BEDROOM

Service Offered, ]Mkc. 71-171 sonable. Port Salerno. Call Mrs. Tri-County Gas, Golden (.ute.If INCOME Property: Excellent "
Day 2872589. tfj((35)) Wednesday \ ,... : 1 GOOD USED ((Twin Slit)
)
PLANTS & SERVICES 75-175 u_ meets at 8:30: p.m. every ( rental location. Three furnished

For Sale, Miscellaneous/ 78-178 LARGE, efficiency everything at the :Formation:: : heated apartments. A lovely i ( ''I I 2 TILED BATH ROOMS
furnished. Jensen Beach. For view of river. Box 892, Jensen
I decorated.
>Wanted To Buy (Misc.) 81-181 Newly PLANTS & S"'IVICES 8x30-1 Br. Ko/y $1,495.008x331
Phone AT 73332. tf ((35)) Beach Florida. 287-0918. : DOUBLE SIZED CLOSETS
Clean, quiet. Adults only WriteBOK
MOVING A STORAGE 84-184& j 1 Br. General 1,695.00

Seal EMate For Sale 90-190 792, Stuart, or call AT 7- WANT the best", price for your car? 4-16 ((90)) I-..1 I 8,42Dr.. Nashua 2,195.00 FULL DINING I ROOM 1 1I
4S85.( tf JJ5)( ) PLANTS Fastest l growing
Real Estate Wanted 96-196 Call Ralph Bates at 2871214. sery in Martin County 10 : COZY cottage on wide river com- 1 I 8x23: -1 Br. Holiday I LIVING ROOM 16'5" I 14'
RIVERFRONT home with pool Merkle Motors, Inc tf ((55)) of Pelican pletely furnished. Bulkheaded. Rambler 2,195.00
1 plants. Nursery, Beautiful view of wide river. $13.- LARGE UTILITY RooUENTRA.'iCE
,for rent. Furnished or unfur- 10x55 3 Br.Skjllne .
Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT -
ELECTKOLUX CORP. Oppor-- SOOt) M. P. Nelson, Realtor 325
nished. Call 287-0948. tf ((35))
FOR RENT 35 \1918. tf ( 4395.00 PORCH
1' tunity for the right man to double E. Ocean .Blvd. 2873566. 4-9 ((90)) ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS )
FOR Rent:' Completely furnished his present earnings Call Dan EAR maintenance service; ---- ----- MODERN KITCHEN WITH

REPROOF warehouse, 2400 efficiency. Call after 5:00: p.m., Dark AT 7-0143. tf ((55)HENDRY'S ) services and general FURNISHED large one bedroom
: sq. AT.'-19 O. tf ((35)) home directly on wide St. Lu Jensen Trailer BREAKFAST BAR
:: ft. V4 mile outside city limits'. Center Inc. nance; mowing spraying, cie River. Frame and CBS con.
I ai $50 a month. Call AT 71074. COTTAGE for rent. Clean and Trading ing lots cleared and ; struction 50'xlOO I lot Sea wall. Tat KURT OCFIAN'" HODLRTAIIDHTOAHT : LARGE PLANTFD LOT
Sale on all fishing tackle. Located ,
FL.nIDAmovaaKUrv1N4
J, tf ((35)) comfortable. $15 a week. Cull AIA in Golden Gate opposite sprinkler repair and in : $13,500.00. Hoyt C C Murphy, Real ArAHTMBNT Sales Inc."Just LNCLUDFDFOR
Call 2872911. P.
reasonable
287-0902 after 6 o'clock. 4-9 ((35)) Tri-County Gas tf ((55)) tor S. AIA Jensen Beach. AT 7- I BOOMS DATilIBurrLIJBO'RD ,
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I TWO bedroom furnished apartment Box 927. tf ( )
I 3340. 4-9 ((90)) cot RTS North of the Arch"
. for rent in North River I ONE-hcdroom apartment upstairs I
KA O1ABI.K RATE
RENT Blue Lustre Electric Carpet
Plumosa Palms
, 5 Ft. Cocos
Shores. $125 around. with Overlookingriver. MODERN 3-bedroom, 2batHhome .
monthly year porch. for only $1 TT 1.01!( B JENSEN BEACII 287.2732 $12,500.00Low
day
. Call 2873547. tf ((35)) 609 West. 1st Street Stuart Harlman-Leighton Shampooer Furniture.per BLOOMING Hibiscus grafted in St. Lucie Estates across ...t.I,, ......! .r T*.rl, 4.' (lift)
Bougainvillea ;
4-9 ((35)) from a city park, Ideal for the
''i I MODERN one bedroom furnished 4-9 ((55)) Puff, Flame Vine, Bottle young growing family plenty of W. T. FACET, Mgr ::- ,,!'"" ....., Down Payment
I J apartment. Rent by week, month -----.-.-- -- a Lychee, Peach, Avocado closet and cabinets, has sewing Dial AT tTM If nil) 10't"l'
\ or year. Located on river one FOR RENT OR SALE 3e$50,000home. USED CARS & TRUCKS !58 All Spice, Jahouticaha trees. room and many attractive features. For Sale, Miscellaneous 178 Sam RhodesConstruction
Mock from hopping district 55 SANCTUARY, you're invited .
Let us show you this one. $19,500 l a--.vesasre: e- .e
E. Seminole St. Phone AT 71197.tf Enders Nursery' White City, good terms $''A % Interest I C. E. EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS
()()() On the river. Will CADILLAC White
t ((35)) Club.Coupe see the birds. 4-30 ( )
Slocum Realtor 505 Colorado
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take $10,000 19462\ Series Hydromatic, -tW
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TWO sleeping rooms for men. ed and rent applied toward pur Rebuilt, constant usage, good )
Each with private bath and chase. Phone AT 7-4133 day or 'Cohd., needs plates reasonable FOR SALE. Mhcellantoua ROUTE No. 76 Commercial zoned AUrIPY I Inc.P.O.

private entrance. 309 S. Albany AT 7-3025 evenings. tf ((38)) Indian/ River Tr. Park, Tequesta -I: near new high school. 130'by ON .

Avenue, Stuart. 4-16 ((35)) '' 4-9 ((58)) 285' Only $78 foot. M.
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FURNISHED CBS 2 bedrooms, MUSICAL ST. LUCIE CASA RIO Box 824, Jensen Beach,
THE
P. Nelson, Realtor, 325 E. Ocean
TWO bedroom furnished home. living room, dining room, kitchen Station Florida
1950 Valiant Wagon. 1959 Blvd. 287-3566. 4-9 ((90)( ) BOAT. MOTOR SALES Inc
I Good location. Write Frances 1 bath.t All electric. Patio. Car- Lowest Prices in Florida I :
Morris Minor Station Wagon. Oae- and two-room tfflckncle,
Yankovich, 31J Hickory Ave., porte. 302 Harrison! Ave., Coral 1953 Dodge VJ-ton Pickup. AllI JENSEN, by owner, 2 large be.!. 140 tout* TOT .!. AT T-OM4 Phil Bilker, Sale Manager
)mean! Beach, or call AT 7- 1811 Gardens 2874384. 4.30 ( 38)) I n excellent/ condition. Dale's GUITARS DRUMS rooms, living room with fireplace Spacious shaded grounds I urnll <-' (uoI >I111I

4-9 ((35)) FOR rent or sale 2 bedroom Colonial Station 3 miles North, ORGANS large dining room, area Purling Lot. Boat DeKle.SIa.MrIIo8rd. .It .

house at St. Lucie Locks. Call Stuart. 2879789. 4.9 ((58)) for 2 more bedrooms, 2 Car carport TV and Lounge

287-0727. tf ((38)) c. __.......", .. EASY TERMS 10x20 utility room, porch, REAL ESTATE fOR SALE 190.
.. dock privilege underground sprinklers Week Month Year se0.mle:=::: :-:a:: ==:-g: ::: : : :: ::
; WADS L .......- BOATS .&: SERVICES 63 MORITZ PIANO CO. landscaped. Walking distanceto
'24 ST. lUCre CRESCENT
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HELP WANTED 4J ---a: ::::::: :::: ::: I 112 No. 5th StreetFt. stores. Priced at only $13,500.

-- ..- AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, Pierce, Fla. Ph. Call 2872058. 4-9 ((90)) STUART, FLORIDA r FOR SALE

: DO THE JOB! Man and wife to 1 Complete Sales, Service, Parts tf ( ) Telephone 217-9811
WANTED ., ". Onod. selection of dependable Used( a "<< I F. E. WOOD, Manager\ '



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n i a i I long:kiss es-: Audiences Small Enthusiastic vero rented Irom I New York THE SWART (TTotlAi) NBWg-
1963 started in Onondaga Ca\c. I mice averns Stanton, Mo. The I dark, glassy "pebbles scattered< over I plodcd planet' Others car then irc -- t firm md added much to the pro Thursday, April 9, 1964 7-tt
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ground the globe ire chips off the moon formed on earth dticlionThe -

--- ".... -.... '" rnraaran.t a.sgrrt rtawlllMirr. "'S.....--..."". 'o, t".,U .. entire east did exception-- David DeBerry: lighting Dirk Em:
Real Estate For Sale 190 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190RIVERFRONT 'Around World'GivenBy ally well, with outstanding work ,fncok, costumes Patiy Pence anti
... J M..t:... 'hv Scott: Feasts and Betsy Nourseas .
l J .1.-- a, t aam "Mr. Pi," and "M>'ra Fit." Vicky t lei i,Mon: makeup PumA >
\tl1n. DanctM Baker San d vLangford
The cast also included Jill Brit- I
660() of river frontage on South Fork of ESTATE School Players ton. Susan Coulter, W. I I.. Beach: Norine Mpntanan anX
Kenneth Moore Carroll Vaughan Elise. Dassori, prompters J u d f
St. Lucie: River, 30 acres, including approximately Buck Mauldin Ra nand) Rice, Harris and Beverly Snipes; curtain
200 Royal Palm Trees beau. FOR SALE I The Marlin bunts High School small\ turnout for the pluy, but Margie' Ashley Shtrri Johnson and! lights, Barbara Walker, screen'
I ( ecia ('ul\rt. Pat Britton, F.ddleLowe
h class I these !
c problems masterful
tiful grounds. Contact broker spec pre..nlilth.nf were ) Claire Dumich, Linda I Mull. constructed under the direction ot
your or I "
"Around the World NO with the user sound
j in Days overcome ) loser Smiley Ruth Ann Rice Roy Roberts; publicity and tickets
200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful given lust Friday and Saturday I systems and t" rearranging t the (David Chambers and Ken Slimmed by the journalism department .
Broad St. Lucie River night at the school: auditorium I seating .
Further credit were accorded
ALBERT "both ,
BROOKERP.O. played nights to enthusiastic The scenery win described h\ I Ihe director" was Mrs Betty ddminis-
to the entire faculty and
audiences
nut very small members of f the audience as Mc('lure, assistant director. bliss
Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach Fla. Within City Limits of Stuart book tl lay; a use'e adaptation of 'breathtaking"{. The method employed Virginia' Ray>; scenery director oration, the art spent). science
the b\ wan presented ) is unique in itself and was Mrs, I Lucille Nelson, student director shop, journalism and homo, economics
.. II II POI City Water with the co-operation of obtained by four overhead projectors Jo Ann Andrews, finance departments as well as to
the art and science departments and slides being used' to produce manager", Joyce Smiley, production Jack Smouse Johnnie Shaw Lewis
An Original Florida Home It is felt thai the problems of the background. on a thirst and projection of scenery, CimMe and Louis Funk
High! and "sound which pligued by nine-foot phenolic-gKi/ed muslin 'ludv Denney. Lima Hall Char
BUY A HIGH DRY Well Kept and Spacious I the performance of Blossom I, curtain, Kay Roberts conccix lottealsh, lindu! Kriise and Jack James McCrimmon
Time the operetta which 'christ I ed the idea, and the scenes were : Walker: properties, Ralph Kramer, :
Nice Guest Cottage ened" the new auditorium curlier painted by Mrs I ucille Nelson M\.ig I rM and [Dotty' I-o\: sound, Still Critical
I this year,.:were.responsible i l _for t the.. Authentic costumes of the 1870s I (..II I.' Sirota,._(Bruce Sll da.n' _. I After Accident
RESIDENTIAL LOTFor Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. ..-.. '''' "" ''"'. ..,,<. ... .. .. ...-"'....,..... ..... -.. ..
Well Landscaped With REAL FS'ATE FOR SUE 199:) Slate Trooper lames McCrinv
.. .. mon twenty-two who was injured
Large Lawns and Many orq.v< '''',-' kwnba" '''"s P' v "" awv..wruwosawwstn.arww a week ago in an accident on
i Beautiful Trees and Plants Sunshine Sluie! Parkway while I l
chasing a speeder, I is still in a critical -
As$500 HERE IS THE BEST VALUE IN ALL OF FLORIDA
Little condition in SI, Marvs Hospital
Priced To Sell $$29,950.00 West Palm Beach
Located in River Point in the City of StuartJUST Trooper McCrimmon has not
Build and Live TOTAL PRICE Set Your Agent or Phone regained consciousness since his
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OFF P U M C11Y RO VI) .
AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 patrol 1 car skid on a wet pavement
and rammed an abutment at
IN GOLDEN GATE tt (asst I
-- Port St. I IIiCIC overpass on the
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parkway
LOCATED 5 MINUTES AWAY FROM COUNTY'S 4
\NDSPRIF PARK )FREE BOAT LAUNCHING

JohnsonREALTOR '\
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SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR 'J) 1 e1 '

620 COLORADO AVENUE S1UART, PHONE AT 7-0966 y ,I
(Neil to The Prescription !Shop) a pa. ;
tt (IRS 1 FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. 8 t t-i

AT 7.3366 art "

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ST. LUCIE RIVER New 4 bedroom, 2 bath split level, land.

scaped home on the broad St. Lucie River 2 BtDROOM HIE Bill I 4 AIR CONDITIONING( IIKAIING
BUIU7'-LN FORMICA KIICIIIN: \\1111 RANGE. ; :
1500'Vaterfront at the low price of $30.00a Priced to sell $25,000.00.WATERFRONT.

waterfront foot. Don't miss this bargain! HOUSE AND .

29% down. Good land. LOTS $13 990 YOU ARBEING

:Dyer:> 160 choice lots to choose from. Ex. LOT FROM ,

cellent locations. Prices from $3,490.00 to :

ROLAND G. LUEDER $7,690.00 and up. Reasonable terms. House may also he built for in the Sea same Gate price.Harbor on a waterfront lot ROBBED 1 1Yw.


REALTOR COMMERCIALLot See or Call awe amtlivMr b being
i mhWd by>irol_burning or
Across from Kindred'sJO,000.00. ff.ii ir most. v.lu.bl..-..._on..*,

$ Good Terms I CORAL GARDENS CONST. CO. *ir furolt sup Thrra hair! Uvlnf million) fromvoodlnndi Sonlb.nm a.'..
,
729 COLORADO AVE. rPM1 PHONE AT ,.,." rhea wlldhf.( mllll.mnoej.nd mnio. bniiitykSA ",
U.S. NO.1 FRONTAGECity ALl..h.l ... .la UK 1 boa ta.<*
ntULDHRS DEVELOPERS IN Hiuthw.. TOnnmv' Nlop thin ap..
Limits of Stuart Close-in ('ORAL GARDENS: RIVER: POINT) : SKAGMKIIVRBOR: ; : HIBISCUS PARK iwlllni ....1.1 IKVFH Ht t arewlthsuttaklna
STUART FLORIDA nnniiitiiini$ In sit.<)
LISTING SERVICE $100.00 Per Front Foot P.O. Box 635, Stuart, Florida Dial 287-1035 vases HfntMl .mmchMind, Bfi CARKtUb.1..11.with?

p -:;: r MEMBFR-. '! MULTIPLE'. s i.i din, ,. ,? t.a 0'01I M.d.as NEVER. rots II an wtul ,i'*
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4,478 acres of prime citrus land available HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
Reasonably Priced. Long Terms $16,000

C. B. ARBOGAST IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE 1. 175 ft. 600 fl. deep $50.00 a Front (Poof 4. bedroom modern CBS home Nice
2. 600 (t. x 500 ft. deep $60.00 a Trout I;'out lot. '
corner
3. 508 fl. 211 acres 95.00 a Front Foot
REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925
R. V. Johnson 4. 170 ft. I 660 ft. deep pluM C.B. home 13750.00

252 Osceoh Avenue, Stuart AT 7.0440 5. 2,150 may ft.divide- 97 acres 2300 'ft. on tide tread owner $$495 Per Acre

PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING REALTOR
6. I 1M ft. I 275 ft. tIt ated close to shopping area
Our Best Buy AT 7.3366 full price .. $29,00000 Loop Road frontageVell drained and
4.e tI.O)
high. Will sell 20 or more acres.

12 ACRES-600 feet of COMMERCIAL WATER


ST. LUCIE RIVER FRONTAGE THE BEST i FRONTAGE $$14,500,

$1150 per acre I Lovely 2 bedroom home Well landscaped:

Our Best BuyHOMES. ON HUTCHINSON ISLAND I I I ${5.00 per ft.WATERFRONT and with waterfront privileges.

j
400'x2000' Ocean .to River at .... ..$200 per foot
fOO'12000' Oceaa to River at .. $200 per fool HOMEI BUSINESS PROPERTYPrime

lOO'sloW Ocean to River al ....... $265 per foot
I Bedroom-C.B.S. on it! Lutlt River $13.50000
corner location as low as $15,000.
Cash or Terms
HOME AND INCOME: with this Excellent Property Two I
Ask Us! You'll!! Be Glad You Didtort
Bedroom One and a Half Bath lions, and truly a Beauty. The
UOO'xJOOO' River with AlA
Also>> Ocean to paved Highway TAYLORASHLEYREAL
Cue House .b rented on annual bash for $900.00 You will be Mn be purchased In one piece $140 per foot Termi. I
pleasantly nirprked at the value for ONLY $24,500. '

This Investment Gem 9c"SfaJ{
FULL WALL OF SLIDING CLASS DOORS Gives you the Investigate ESTATEJim : !

feeling of living outdoor In this Immaculate Two Bedroom Two "

Bath Home In North River Shores You will enjoy the Dining ITS'oa UA No. 1 with 640'depth where four.inning la being coma Whitchcad !900 Colorado At.( (ucroat. from' lot National Saab)
Area overlooking the manicured lawn the efficient kitchen pleted. Close In md. dote to new development Inh b the hut ASSOCIATE! AT 7-2500 AT 7.3210 AT 7-4121

with Built-in equipment, garbage.: disposal and all-II'. completely. of our US. No. 1 offering at the bargain price of $50.00 per. (30 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440 DON O'KFXLY or BQ.B WILLIAMS
furnished tool! Total only $22400. front foot<< Cash or Term. 4-1 (I".) 4-1 fI'O, )

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HOW ABOUT TIllS FOR ONLY $39,750! Corner Lot 184x244. .. Your Small Ranch --------

_ Six old Living Room Dining Room FIVE bedroom
yean
FOUR Bath. Library, Screened "Land Separate Hobby I C. O. RAINEY- Realtor I II I I
Room Drape Rod, Stove Refrigerator Water Soft- 20. 40, 19 acre Ideal' for a nnchettc orange grove or your
own private ntat. Paved road good drainage. 15 minute to
user- W l"| Landscaped whN view of the river. Aa excellent
tow $495 per acre. Cat* or term
family home Call for Appointment. I RESIDENTIAL I II.
I WATERFRONTOUR I I ACREAGE ,

Citrus Land
FOR RENT: I. PORT StWAIL Custom. built 2

BEST BUY barge bedroom 2 ceramic tilt bath I. 400 ACRES Fat of Turnpike .
2 Bedroom Florida Room Nice Living Roomlot'
20 to IO.OM acre From $120 per acre. SMALL HOUSE M South Fork Over10IW patio overlooks St. Luck Walk to Fenced Suitable for pasture iubdrvblun :
( site for $9,000)) Year'i Lease at $75.00 per water frontage both ikl*. of river
i Golf Court-Lot of houM. for 29500. Indtmtry Almont 2 wlle i
month. Unfurnished 60' dock deep water about 111
rood' frmtar 114<0f l" ........



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1962 Rambler, 2 Door 1963 Falcon, 2 Door 1960 Volkswagon Pickup 1959 Rambler Station Wagon
Cu&'om' Au.oma.k, Bucket Scuts Standard' 1 1 ran mlHo.lon. Radio and heater Like New New Paint', Runs Like New Radio&healer Au.omatlc TranhmlNtlon,A White Beauty

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