The Stuart news
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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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System ID: UF00087096:00172
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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5 School Board in 1-'"act.uindjn..nonnijtteeiepm.isIncorporation! !! ; : !

'Study'Special Meet Damages to I I Study for

I the school hourd will hold u
special meeting at 7:30: next Mon-
Jensen Area Is Released
d.i> night to decide whether' to
insist on liquidated damages in
iwo .md possihl) four instances
01 dchlin construction

The two instances involve thir

t)-onc da\s over conlruct h) gen 'Feasible,9Chamber
emil' contractor: John L. '1 ln>lor on
I h.. science and mulhcmalic
building at ( .irvcr Gardens 'Pun
$ tor-Senior High School: and des -
en d.ms o>'er K. Vance
i Smith nt rt :rrcobll II ::

ij41 School.

Architect Donald Armstrong
staled that in both instmccs additionnl Reports
LIL'ahud! been excused
because of weather or othei un
voidable factors, but recommend: lIy BIJNM!'\ AIIIIO11
ed (hut the damages be assessed
for the stipulated da's.II > The report ol a (act-findingcommittee
-.---,------ enforced the deluould which has worked since
WINNERS: in the 1964 Martin County Women's Golf Association tl) right: Jackie Luce runner-up nine hole second flight and winner cost Tavlor $1,551)! () IInd SmithS5V October: I'Jrtj to determine I ho

tournament arc left to right, front row: Bitty Madrcn winner most improved] handicap, Gertrude Minnchm runner-up. nine O.) Attorney Nt (i I itnmin IL11P feasibility, ) ol 1 Incorporating Jensen

nine hole second flight, Ccrric Kruegcr winner champion- hole third flight; Berti: Stuart, consolation nine hole third flight, advised the board to adopt a firm Heath thu board was released ot ,!directors:Monday'. Jensen nightby

ship first flight; Ha/el Gleuson winner nine hole first! flight; fcttaDcStcfano Eve Anderson, runncr.up, medal nine hole: Jackie llartsell. runner- policy or face continuing viola. Heach Area Chamber of( Com
winner championship flight and medal eighteen.; Ben up medal eighteen hole and winner first ringer Not pictured arc tion of. conduct periodsby con- merecVhile

Toot medal hole Helen Hen. hole, trances consolation, nine hole. first ( Jane trachn.Attorncy \ .
winner, nine n. winner. nine King, light; OKelly I lion Schwar on behalf muling; no recommends!
,hird flight; second row, lift to right, Frances Wilson, runnerup consolation, championship first flight, Edna Dave, consolation, of Taylor suid thai the delay lions us inch the report docs state

championship first flight; Adele Sarro runntr-up nine hole, nine hole, 1iI.'C011l1'llight und Ida Allen urn! Moiian Kcllchcr h" at Carver School had been caused ui conclusion:
first flight, Olive Barth, runner-up championship (flight; Elsie tied for first putts. by failure ol suit-contractors It appears! that either or all of

Johnson, consolation, championship first flight. Back row, kit live up to their agreements maintained : the lIeu three h areas. composing Jensen
Unit ho hud gone m the incorponile -
hole uround 523.155)()() ) hut still tin "

Politics is Beginning to Pick Up Steam been ished no the actual job. and damages that there because had 4 he 'decided Ky) (he will(hut ol an(he area people compriimg it can-

sewer lines had not been l laid and r' some 4.7K( () permanent rcsl.

the school hoard was not ready denis. occupjmg> approximately
Prall- Dead End U> put pupils in the extension when --L *. 4V'U I I.(000() homes, along wilh vmcantproperty
Charges Whitney
Sottong ; it wa completed. I i i8 probably owned \by
Frank DcSlcfano acting chairman :\ RO\'AI.1V AI'IUAIU I !' I I AIKI'OKI-King. Sumoi and! Queen I I.V tI>() people General; experience

suggested that the board drop M.irgurita. exiled rulers ,Hulgaiia now living in Spain were guests" throughout the United Slates 'in.
Wacha Shows Letter the claims and examine ill poli, i ml.t General fevelOpl11enllurp Monda) ui the Poll SI I ucie Countiv dicates that communities are incorporated
Lytal's CQ-o eration cies.. "There must be "something Club Arriving ul the1! Stuart uirpoit! I tiler a tour ol Port Char- lation long hclore the P<'IlI'

basically wrong" he said "when lotle on the \Vest Coast Ihe rovnl guests visited Pint St I tune and Beach figure would as be shown in Jensen
four such jobs are subject to such Port M ilubar before the the accumulated
club for
Politics blew hot' and stayed day when Colonel G V. Soltong have ohtained a letter from L)tall ing Martin County plans for extending damage at the same time i returning to country night "Ihe budget/ a, indicated In
hot at the regular meeting of the I and County Commission Chairman and will read it to the commission Pratt & Whitney Road. I 1 he other two john while not .. --' -- ---- tin foregoing/, would indicate that
Martin County Commission lues- Frank Wacha. and others and visitors" I feel quite sure that when youi detailed at the meeting are understood a better-controlled community un
exchanged: a variety of views on ltals letter said in part: "Pur I board is ready with the completes! to involve thd new high I Meet in Jacksonville' Tuesday tier municipal; (functions could h.
the plans for the construction of suant ti> our discussion concern I (Continued on Page 2-A) I school building and installation of attained without any uddiiionAcost
Newt on Folks From The Pratt & Whitney Road -- - -- ----- culcterla equipment at Port Salerno "il1 .
I Board the eVi\t tout.tta
Although everyone made an effort School pI'II\III\
to he "real nice" and "e\treme- Engineers of Jensen Beach should' dcudu
RamblingReporter ri Attorney Ijtlman warned th it',
I Under establish a municipality, it would
1 ly polite" during the foity-five- Projects Way m view of the architect's recommendations he
minute discussion of the necessary for two-thirds of the
status of
the slate auditor nuuhi
the road, underneath It all was :hold: the board liublu if it failed: I Confer About Inlet freeholds to b. present! at l general -
the indication( that the fever of to enforce the dumagcs meeting. Upon a vow. it would
politics has begun to rise as the Listed By Manager On motion by Henry Guns, the freeholders necessary for Jt I per cental the
May 5 primary election approaches i special meeting will he held to r ; to vole in favor of
Martin lime conference w'irh the incorporation Florists
I county stale statutes
CURMVN: : HHI OR 10 Commissioner Wacha began the go into the mailer in detail and .
and County official'" it is believed, concern: provide thut only freeholder
VIM nit: COUNTY: discussion he had also to decide on a number of bids I ( may
by explaining :
In his report on projects under I whiles has been completed l will be r.. of i n d vote for the
possible pliicemenl a a Incorporation of
Hans SchmiU, editor of the been called on the telephone by way, City Manager Joe Crowder : certified' tabled ut the !session. I I St. 1.uciu I transfer plant on the north aide city and provide! the foregoing any

Koelner Stadtan ctgcr, I largest Lake Lytal, .Palm Beach County told the City Commission Monday I 2 1 he twelve-inch waler main Engineer ( I of the inlet Isouth. ii move sand to flu method. Another way the area
Cologne, Germany, commissioner Wacha said Lytal. : I to Slccles "Point (for Sewalls Point next 1 l Rcsidcr of Jupiter Island could be Incorporated is by circu-
newspaper in told him two persons who identified 1 J. Sewer work on the Stuart and Hutchinson Island) has been Martin HighwayCondemnations A survey I claim that the inlet jelly is a factor lating a.petition and have it pre
will arrive Friday at I angford Villas themselves! as representativesof Housing Authority units for elderly completed red by (' in their serious eiosion problem./ : [ sented m the next' meeting of ilw.
Wols Repke, a large citizen's committee in
accompanied by "
from the State Department. Martin County: had telephoned 3. Thirty-one residents of Port way for Persons who would like to Legislature.
an Interpreter Sewall, living in the r.cv n-Ienths '1 he tend the con rence should! Members of t the fact finding
I him. Wacha quoted Lytal as is say- Palm Beach 'Ups' I of one mile immediately south of when it 1 corr' ;: tal c I (:County tngmeer: Hell aI-I I commutes are: Iconard L. Smith,
'apparently someone
ifQUINS ing ing to obstacles in the way"of try Stcele's Point have advanced sums Are In ProspectA of ils soon as possible I chairman.: Edwin 1.. Ham, Don J.
: ELlIS IU .'AIR1111 put 'between $280!! and $350 as tapping __ Palmer' E. J. Snyder, Wallace
the construction of the short --- -- -- -
\\ NATIONAL GUARDIn road. Schooling Costs I fees to get city water to their W. Fletcher, and Frank f-orsberit,,
cut hOllies Crowder and Charles A. rewlulion giving the Stale ex-officio member,
as president of
response to an invitation by Wacha said "this attempt by I Black, consulting engineer, will I Road Department approval) condemn 'Men Planning the chamhcr.
Governor Farris Bryant, Representative the citiLens was made because they To This CountyAround determine Thursday if an eight- necessary land on Martin The report first divides District
Bill Owens will fly from hope to scuttle the" road and hang i inch line will be suitable for this Highway was passed by the Mar I of Martin County into three ICClimlsoFr -
Tallahassee to New York on April it on this board, i [ tin County Commission Tuesday. High hunt. Section I '
21 with a unit of the National Wacha reported he had talked !seventy Martin County urea 4. The Slate Road Department Martin Highway construction is northeast, : that district: :the
Guard to help open the World with Lytal and although 'I hate pupils I attending: Palm Beach County -i ity' and of expected to get under way in June while having at its center the
schools will l each cost this coun the U. S. Corps Engineershave 1 he incut needed for the project: ; Jensen
have commissioner
to a neighboring -
Fair. On Wednesday morning they or July. \leach
school system $22.70 approved water mams across I sidering a I Smith offered( to donate (lowering business district Section: 2 is
his per
will be of the put word in writing, I 1 he commis.ion also notified
a he
given preview month for tuition and $308 the rivers to the Island and the front trees and Ambler to fuimsh small northwesterly I the
Pavilion, will attend the per time Slate Road that : : murn:
Florida ---- Department district, "presently
Point. undeveloped l
C'ounly High :
official opening of the fair by President ---I I month for transportation 5. Clay had been added to the it has borrow pits available from 76. / shrubbery slate" Section 3 is known as
Lyndon Johnson at noon, and I $$2,000 Reward That I is the substance of a new infield' at Sailfish Park for Junior I which to take fill dirt for construction All member present showed Rio( and Is bound on the east by
W. E. (
the luncheon and reception at the agreement for the next school term and Bleachers work around the pro. ) enthusiasm for the project, which Warner Creek; on the south the
Pony League play. : by
Florida Pavilion tendered by the Palm Beach County oversee the will be discussed further at the
of the Indiantown
opening I would be and posed Bridge over St. (kudo River the
that afternoon. Bill's wife Rhonda, Is Posted for board to the Martin board Mon re-arranged augmented I St. Lucie Canal County Commissioner required; next meeting on May 7. forty- the Stuart city ;line on, and west on the by

will go to New York on a commercial day night. [ 6 Clean-up work had been carried Jack Williamson told the /llupfel ( three were present llylaws and constitution north by the FEC railway track.

flight and join him there. Island IntruderTown The tuition charge has increased .-: l out around the Youth Center. : ;ommission one property owners -- as presented by Cy Trow- "Jn the eyent of incorporation,"
':t $1 1.44 per month and the transportation donating the fill dirt, and nrobaily I hrl.IlII. were read and adopted !
charge 36 cents per' a second land owner will also : I llupfel! spoke on soil fumigation, (Continued on Page 2-A)
; ZIP IOIH LIST of Jupiter Island policeare [ month.As IIVM R\IIO. MH.IING: donate fill.. stressing Us value in planting of

GOING: IN BOXtS : still checking out rumors and local facilities increase: the Martin County Amateur Radio For I shrubberyllftlM.. Asks
A list of zip code numbers for leads in an effort to apprehenda students, who live near the south Club meets at 8 p.m. Thursday, Hall Park Leases --- Access for

every post office in Florida will man who entered the home of county line, will gradually be absorbed -I April 16, at the caretaker's cottage I 'I //lRt.": IIUSI.S
be placed in the boxes of postal Mr, and Mrs. Robert E. Leon- into the Martin school system of !St Joseph{ Academy All radio Approved TuesdayCounty Ke Public to Lane
patrons in the Stuart Post Office :' hardt in the early morning hours hams are invited the school: I Martin County School Board is
on city delivery and the rural last Thursday night Attorney Dean Took- from buying three sixty-six, passenger
routes, Thursday April 16, according -, A S2OOO( reward for information er was instructed by the Martin W, Blum, buses through the tale bus pool On Jupiter Isle
to Postmaster Robert West. leading to his apprehensionhas I County Commission Tuesday A. Sher at $4,741 each ibis I is $21 cheaper
The post office requests that patrons been posted The town posted Stuart Woman Club Given In o prepare a one-year lease for two Louisa '.v"I''J'I per vehicle, than last year
use the numbers, especiallyin SI I 000 and Leonhardt matched II ball parks for use in Little and At the If the Martin County Commiv

their return addresses For it with SI.OOO.Leonhardt ). Honors State I Pony League baseball. mendation I 1 It) SILlY) S.\\lI'1.U slon is going to spend $3,300 hut-
those who do not know the zip had been away on : at Meeting The parks to be leased for $1 board / a revetment (seitwall! ) on county-
number for Stuart it i u 33494. a business trip and telephoned his I a year are the old Sailfish BallPark ers on The school board will go over owned Devonshire Lane on Jupiter -
wife i from l Miami i International I, The Stuart Woman's Club was i president and Mrs. Hugh Gawn I in Palm City and Langford two under various tamplcs submitted before Island to prevent ocean erosion
Park in Jensen Beach. Requesting five deciding on three bid for milk then the lane should! be -
Airport that he was on the way awarded second place for improve- The delegates represent! more than opened
I Tale Twisting I IL home Mrs. Leonhardt awoke from in endowment funds I 3UIKH() )( member of 360 clubs in II the action 'was Tony All [ straws paper towels napkins and for public use, a resident
a to see a man standing in ment during the slate Scnvens: I9h465 I toilet tissue. opened Monday night maintained Tuesday
L I By JACK JAMES I ITHK the nap living room. He ran when she the past year at the sixty-ninth annual ---- --- ----- --- --- Dr. Albert Falk of Jupiter I...
H.1ISU" COWBOY awoke, !>session of the Florida Federation and requested the commission" to
I Stuart Puts Improvement I'lan Into Action clear the lane. cut the undergrowth,
Sheriff deputies James Holt of Woman's Clubs Tuesday. Quickly !
I had and
I thought! a !secret was md
it for public use if the
Morgan Sprott Gerald Brown and Official presentation of the.awards : ...
have $2 left after
to over
going funds to be for the
are spent
with I going
income tax time, but the revenue Tom Wyatt joined Island will be made on Thursday. seawall.Ihe .
the and Police Chief Marvin Crowe to set At the same time a display of
boys had biggest !secret Revenue Streets commission, which
I up road blocks at both bridges/ shellcraft handiwork by M r I. $180,000 approv.
broke but debt.
left me not only in workers received : ed the action at .its. last meeting,
Since this tax Several ;inland and two James I. Daley a blue took the under advisement.
request !
deal has been chauffeurs were questioned and ribbon m the Arts and Crafts Di- I
forced on us lit- released. vision. : Stuart's City Commission: moved sary in connection with the bond Crowder SIXX: ( h'd t plus accrued
tle ellen to carry Attending the session for the quickly Monday to approve the issue City Attorney T. T. Oughun I I that he saw I interest to ; the bonds are Lilt Week's Weather
i the load i it Junior Woman' Club are Mrs. issue of $180,000 revenue bonds son will i initiate the legal procedure bonds I delivered which should be by
I Hind Low a.lnt.1IAolI.
'i nukes more North Fork Drive Helen Engebretten and Mrs. Frank for surfacing and! re-surfacing city! I i for the validation of the July, and I July 15 The bonds must have the r.nmtu'tmIrs a "l I* ..'
cheaters out of Zorn. Representing the SeniorWoman's 'streets as recommended by City bonds by the Circuit Court, with I i be issued unqualified approving opinion of Aorll' 14 S* .00prll
by City I
u* than a golfer Accepted Club of Stuart are Mrs. Manager Joe Crowder assistance from New York bond work w: u!I: t J I the purchasers' bond attorney and I III II as HI) :: :80 ID
"n.' ? keeping his North Fork Drive, a street builtto Corneluu' R. Vandcrveer, club I | Only minute later, the commission attorneys. I out to be exempt' from federal income 2 A."I:; U .. It ..do
I| will be I The tax' They will constitute a first Aorll: II US if 00lirll
own score, and city specifications, and occupy- I accepted an offer from Approximately : : h : H IS U ..
probably more thieves than a ing eighty.foot right-of-way for I Leedy. Wheeler and Alleman Orlando used to surface portions of twenty I, 1964. and ( I lien on the franchise: tux ..or.... tMiiwntin. ten WMS. ;I1tri11 ;
PLAYGROUNDS ARE I' and another $50- I from I The purchaser will I the
streets I
church-goer that to approximately 1,200 feet from U. investment bankers, to purchase city I AwrLcua*
give 10 per cent toward the Lord's S. I to Bahama Terrace In North I AVAILABLE fOR a'LLPlaygroun.s the bonds, which will be I, OIX( to !seal and repave eight mile inclusive, I ) {I cost of the bond attorney fees theexpenses MlfhWnttr Lowtrat*
secured the of I of existing streets, thus saving, it 1 in the of printing the bonds, and AM. rn A.M. Pitrll
work. Yessir, our tan system iSI Stuart. was accepted for dedication at Parker school, by gross receipt I ,,
I i is estimated about $300,000 or sive., The '( delivery costs A. It ..I.i4 UK: 4:4ft nil
franchise I
the tax received from
of the best I Stuart Junior High and Port Salerno
one proofs know of from Kiplmger Associates, / I : A trll' IT II II Id a 'o"us2ui
Honda Power and Com- $400000( ( damage! which delay bear interest i ((The ,last two previous bond .it-' .. ,"
that tells us you can't take it with Inc., and North River Shores Inc. school will be made avail Light : .11:11: 9 I H 1 ;
.. ,
( the second sold by the City of Stuart 1 .ilO
I and estimated to would occasion. About $640XJ ( sues .1
when (God bless, the of City Com able for baseball playing this summer currently I .
you go
you at Monday's meeting Inbt for r : $2'lit( ( 98 and 3.V7 April I' u iS hIS Sits a u
folks at Pisgah Church, Excelsior I mission. on the same basis a* at In- : n $22,000 and $24,000 will come back on assessments an r were percent AIOri'.1 i SMI 4:U in 1)7 ItllA.rII
from property owner, and will 3 per I and $850,000 at par and Hi 4l4, sum siam tl ,ISkn.ll
school board decided ,
Springs Mo, where I just The will be responsible for diantown. the a yearNo :
See you in Church Sunday ywted.1 its maintenance city from now on Monday night public bearing will be neces- 1 I60 into a revolving fund. The ( 3.69 per cent.) I > ft, M' tuna .a... U4 sea I*..

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-, ,1 a. :1 '1 nnwlag, April 16, 1964 on the Pratt & Whitney Road, if the road It Is not a certainty that i Ot ASK f:PROTECTION ATI LI; EGRET seems to be a !good citizen high
the people ,at t Martin (ount" want. the State: Road Department. wouldamrm Career Conference Is Audubon Soc: \1\ useful and f filling! a place "10
Martin < ountj) n approvai Martin ( Junn taken h, not our natu bin! '
the- road
MORE AWl Tt I M t Hie afi,'r fuh I I9C4t ) "cd In thl"C department hnvapproed cr. has; [,passed .1 n.solution nskma: 1 I The resolution will, 1 gt: n
t .11'l ird T Murr chairman Sollonji ontmucd 'I I believe It ", also a law that in I that rhec.lttle tort. .n e..oU1m. the state ML ,Won menu' .
Charges nt the Martin ( mints Democratic most 1 of the (people o I Martin the use o1 t state secondary. funds, \ Set S. T.S. .t hi |1'1"c.1" in, the list of pro of tore Florida! Audubon, groups: lid
Sottong Lenitive: Committee. then tailed ( ount) want the road since over the road must Always: connect two I Thursday teucd. hir.ls A migrant to thLmtcii e if .ipproved. the !Honda Lane' ,n '
M7,(000() has already been on : ,
lor recognition by the comm"'lonMurray spent 'Slats trom .fllca \1:& ,,,,
Fish t <
vlite roads In this. case, Pratt & Fish Water immis i
said there was a .it, \2 WOOO 1to ne spent, and the cattle egret
Road Dead-ends since Whitney Road connects State Road South America will he asked to take the bird untie
; considerable expenditure involvedon probably more spent before it 16finally Road! 706." On Thursday, April 16, Stuart cr executive secretary: Florida I "ha\ neither the status or (protection ,I .
76 and
the raid, and since the Demo- I completed I I am for the date !the road that Training School will be presenting State Teachers Association. The that our native birds enjoy," its wing
Wacha Denies cratic Executive Corhmitce. must road because it I is for the good of bore It wasn't the blunt only end of the discus. i" annual Career Conference sponsored 'confcrcrtoe features "A Look At --J-
work fair the election of Democratsthis Martin County but I am question be- this year by the New Homemakers Our Colleges," with guest speakers
fall he requested that Wacha ing the unbusinesslike, immatureway James Corrie appeared"if of America( and the Guid from, eight different college s NEXT WEEK
ask It's
(ontimicil( from Page I 1-A) disclose the names referred to byLytat in which' this commisstHn i has i E the ebmrhissiohA/ DeanTooker and; Department A former instructor, Jake C. Milcr sA WALT DISNEY'S"A

!,lanA for this project, if they will In his conversation with. proceeded in handling the road that refused County to Attorney allow eligible The guest speaker for the occasion will be on ham as a consultant Walks"
i, luesl t the co-operation of this Wacha They arc" after all, spending tax voters to register" will he Dr. them' 1 I. Port in the area of education and will """"" Tiger

hoard it will he forthcoming. We At this point, Colonel Sol long money. Following a discussion of the evaluate the meeting! Friday SaturdayNOWA
slaws" welcome an opportunity to cam forward and told the groupho Sottong then asked Wacha if he who Plans are being made for more Thursday, ,
\ operate with you and your fellow I made a telephone call to Uyul had written agreement from Pan! age wanted pf the to register persons what reportedly was said !MORE ABOUT thin: 250 senior high school students -\ NEW WORLD ADVENTURE!
commissioner" t to find out whether or not the Beach County that the final mile Corrie wanted, from St Lucie Indian River IOST WORLD BECOMES A
Wacha, who is a candidate forn Palm Beach Commission had guaranteed would he built and Commissioner what action Wacha told Corrie Release StudyOn Oke ch bee, Hen dry Palm _-A.MWMHWIW*"*.

election as commissioner of the right-of-way and construction "By your silence I can only assume he did not know exactly' what the Beach and Martin Counties. MULE ER
first District said he hoped this of the remaining mile of the you do not" Soitong laid commission could do.. He asked After the 4arekr fconfercnce Is I RYIIR ,
meld clarify the situation and road in Palm Beach County."I Sottong also pointed out that Corrie to name the individuals and Jensen Beach completed{ the autMts wW be taken CECRCE IR SSUIRI
1 called and told him I on) a topr of the Elliott Museum -
end speculation hy !some people Lytal a news article attributed to Commissioner ask them to appear before the YIflfEFIEtDQ
thai the Pratt & Whitney Road had asked the Martin County Jack Siiundcrson stated commission' Corrie said he vas Incorporation and the House of Refuge

would dead end" at the Palm Commission if Martin County has that six miles of 200-foot right-of- "not at liberty to divulge" t the 1F:
Bench County line a written guarantee from the Palm way for the MC5 Canal had been names. That ended the matter.
The Martin County Commission )BeacCommi\! lon that the remaining offered Martin County by the R:. H. Rcddick complained to (Continued from Page 1 I.AI) Republicarvt{ : THE SUna
rcccml approved the expenditure mile of interests that there
avaJahle.hut J D MacArthur the commission was t
,it W10000) : of the county's secndirv Palm ,Reach County I is nays the report "city limits would '
I also noted that the around the Palm City 1 NOELFRE
Sottong story drag racing IR01 HdJBSIIN'ALSO
Mr. hy the will of the Ratty ,,
> road funds to he used for had not received a reply MacArthur the commis
indicating people
reported as Bridge requested
(he construction of the Pratt & lylal. told mi that Piilm Beach the land for the remaining mile of sion/:have it patrolled more often In,.' any or all of the a hovesections

Whitney Road from State Road Commission had not given written Pratt & Whitney Road in Palm The commission agreed, and so Instructed Saturday, April 25, will be a hig --
i* to the Martin County line From I assurances that it would connect In producing figures to
Beach County "could he acquired Sheriff Roy C, Baker, for the OOP of Martin AND THE GAL WITH A FASTIFVFMNGS
thai point one mile will remain to the rood Then Lytal volunteeredthe "By this statement it doesnt Sheriff Buker told the commission sourcW of revenue and expenditure "- day GET-RICH QUICK RAFAEL r
he constructed! hy Palm Beach information that Palm Beach is He said the report defines "revenue County. The Republican Executive -
the right-of-way assured\ the was patrolled
punt to |join the road with Slate County had had the rlght-of-way when appear MacArthur h quoted ySeunderson he felt one area of the troubles of speedIng as "a word to cover sources of income Committee invites the public
Road! 706 but had returned it to the original to he used against the required -
a* saving it can he acquired In the area was that thePalm both Republicans and Democrats,
The State Road Department hat owner. I ytal assured me that I expenses'! for the operationof
i the
call this Martin
I it deMo City Bridge is only ,"' to come to the community room
Martin County's arprova could assure the people of Martin a municipality
approved County is giving something! for bridge thut docs not have a no
of the expenditure of $210000tor ( ) County that Palm Beach County "The largest Individual source of the First National Bank from SilURlMV
In thin canal He said such line ONLY
t Case a line a
the roid The money will be would not hold up right-of-way rot; gdltd: 't like this kind I would passing probably help cut down I Is the municipality" share of the I Ham I to 2 p.m. to meet inform.
----, -.......- --, ... cigarette tax the report says, "and ally and evaluate most of the Republican Afternoon Special Show
"' ...... -- -...... of thing"Wacha speeding and passing, and what Inasmuch as a careful study has Saturday
thanked for his he racing. candidates! of the state
Sottong I sometimes appears to been made there is still some information
SEYMOUR'S INN interest in the road The commission instructed Engineer to be desired, Therefore district and county. -- thru Wednesday
Once again Murray got to his I Dell to contact the State this be
on particular point, the Those expected to presentare
feet and asked Wacha to name I jload Department and have a Only
figure shown below is t to he con- : Kenneth Folks Robert Foster Evenings
the other person whom, Lytal laid "solid yellow line" painted on the sidered a very conservative csti and Charles Holley guhernalorinl -
The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks r'
called him about the road Wacha bridge. mate," candidates; William E, Cram !!

-k did not name the other person. of The estimated revenue and expcndiiurc er, Robert Peterson Albert Roberts "EXTRAORDINARILY CANDID FACTUAL FILM!
Commissioner Jack Williamson Meteorites are composed
follows ill candidates for
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY{ quickly said he did not approveof iron alloys and silicates I RtVUMJFt:: and national; committeemen representative ; HORRIFYINGWIIRD HIDEOUS, BIZARRE, :

'i thb "bickering" that was Jo- luiU.nt'uiT_ ''.:MyT. = Cigarettes, $26,000) Electric Mrs. Frances Salmon and Mrs VORACIOUS AND FRANK!" e.,. .. "'W .. ". '-.
Ing on. Company, 510.250 Telephone Helen Morns, representative and
3 PIECE ORCHF.STRV; SATURDAY N1GIIFS "This Is not the to 'ui1'in'l \nixi .'011 ninoKO'l ;
place carry (
2 BLACKS NOR III JENSEN: BKAtll CAtJSI<:WAY oil with this It Is not good for Mar- >d ruin'K'I. |Is will hPiihy'l ha) rx'elv.4::r Hint by ,rat.Ilic. l lr I Conrany.: $600 bridge( ); Railroad(from ,county$1 107); national; James committeewomen B, Watson, senator candidates ,- "'SIGHTS "

tin County I think we ought to Hour or ("ant 5' (ommlHulonoiti ofMurtln I NEVER INTEILICENT
w ...". ,' _W, (nitntv. Plnrlitn, In the nf $9421; IS mills (Special DistrictA thirty third district; Walter Owens, '[
stop this pettiness, Williamson fire of Ihn dirk of Ill-cult <:nuri) ), $15,7TO; Occupational License i- candidate for Martin County commissioner !BEfORE AND REPELLENT I
declared. .t the enurthotse In 55,15",,, Finndi *, $500, Building Permits, Mrs Gladys Almegord, ..CULTURED
liP unto' 8.30 A.M. Ma,' 10. last, ;PHOTOGRAPHED
Couny\ Engineer \ Came tlifrmfpwmlbln I $1.600 Fines and forfeitures, $2,. Martin supervisor of
group and nnrnna as noon no : County registration AND COARSE
forward and told the that :: :: (or IHn following: (000.)( ): 1bl.il. $1i7.42II.( and Mrs. Donna Row- "i..SUIT !FOR-
FLAMINGO HOTELRESTAURANT "If the road did 'dead end' at the 2-tanker* nii-ncl' fuel, not to IXPFNDIIURHFxccutive : ell, candidate! for Martin County YOURSUF! BRILLIANT I
Martin County line and} served noother xcend 600U nations: Head, 56xxr) : Electric School Board LIVE AND, SEQUENCES1"MOiO !

purpose than: to rnff.: Pporlflodtlorn mar tin nbtnlnod Company, $5,152, Clerk and Tax The 'public( may ask questionsof t LEARN! I
30.000> to 40000 acres lit the of thn Martin' Hoardof
veloped u't'e'n: ml!s'lonara, Collector, $4000; Fire and Police the candidates and get to know I t I
land for citrus, then It )I. Fascinating
Commln.donor Civic
Tim Board CMmiy $15000; Roads $15000.: them personally I IW"Ie
worthwhile. The money from rerrve,rt right to r-Jcct Center $500); Judge and Attorney, ." ..ShoCkipAi"p! J
Refreshments will be served.
taxes on the Citrus groves it carlslderably "iaSM'111h'tor': l \ nf April. 1 Fat. $2.700( ; I Incidentals I $4,(000; I Insurance ( / Nvn,
NOW Open for Sunday Dinners more than from undeveloped HOARD OK I l'OI'n'V $7,000, Travel, $t I. .OO; Build There will also he a dinner at ou.r s+w,
swampland. t would,. approve ('OM III1"JOSEHJ4 OKHy $2 the Tradcwmds Restaurant at 6;30p
HASK A. VVAcHA, ing Fund ,000; Contingencies
of the road simply on that Chairman .m. which the candidates will attend -
12 Noon Til P.M. basis," (l'ubi!\JCALI: April II M. 1114OTICH and$67428 Fmcrgencics $4,576; Total j A 'lurge turnout is expected C CflE I
Wacha then noted "there Is no The $15750 figure for the special as an especially reasonable rate is
problem involved in the Pratt & !\ <>r" 1'1111.1(' IIIMRIMt given for the dinner Reservations; I
To WHOM IT MAV (COSl';UNNOTWIJ ; : District A tax is based on the
P.M. Til P.M. Whitney Road. I feel' sure we pan I lit l>"ri>by tlvnii( that.Ihft $1 OOOOOO) assessed valuation of may.t":6" made hy calling 287-2699, '!
depend on the word of Commissioner Board of nun C'onnnlBHlnner nf or 2870823
ptyt within the limits of
Martin 'Inrlila' will ron- properties
AlA Stuart Lytal. I would also like to duct a public hi-arlnn at the hour Section 1, All precinct men and women DUE: TO TilE ADULT THEME
point out to Colonel Sottong that of 9 30( AM or M *aan thvrrafirrMav fire and are urged to he at the communityroom
U the mourn may h" hrard on The police protection A SPECIAL MAIL'IEER HIE FAMILYTHEATRE
the for the road is in Slate to meet the candidates and
money 2fl 1WB4 Hi IhA Marlin ('ountvtaurthuum allows for a paid fireman and paid
secondary road funds, and although I In Btuart Hoilln::;:, to be to attend the dinner
conxliinr I the :mntlrr of: ronHlilorlnuamondniKiiH policeman to on duty twenty
- ..----- .- the county can approveMilan's In varlout Zoning Vtt- four hours a day
trim HcHulallon, The $15,000 for roods meant
AM lTitiTi>.tcJ parties are Invitedto is

e rl at tits. >ultonil ati-d this Mill 14th bn day henrdI of.April, 1 6IIOXHIl for Section 1 I. and compares with III I DUF TO TIlE MAN REQUESTS WHEN PLAYING
RestaurantNEXT : 1 $10.000 for all District A as budgeted \Y///IIII 1111 III-IIIII ii (l
ttl'USI'T., : 01"aiAlt'I'IV MOrtlDABt by Martin County In 1963. .I n ADULTS HI.!MS ON \\EFKENDS
1, !HAVH A, VJM'tdu ...

'e'u'F7'' OK" Pt'l7lU' IIKSHIMH' Original paintings, by CoastGuard t
TO \\IIOM'M; IH IT horxby LAY nlvcn CONCIKN.NOTtt thol the', artists in World War II and
Saturday Sunday AfternoonsAt
DAILY CHEF'S SPECIAL 95c Plannliiv 'unit 5onlnic Pi'mnilH lon will he on display at Elliott Museum
of Marlln I ounly Mori out ron- until April 26. Two E. W
duel' t pnhllo horliiir at the hour 1:00: 3:00: 5:00:
nf 1:M ISM' on Mir 21!, I1D4 at Dutton films are on tip for the

DAILY COMPLETE DINNER $$1.45 I Mm Hluart Marihi, Iluil.ln..CountyCoiiilhou. to- roiiHldcr, e thi In next two Sundays: 'flowers of
matter of amcndmentii to varloin Florida" on April 19; and 'Silver- I I
1m Zoning Ihlircnti'il plJIrlrt" : parijpn;nraulktlnnwAll are invited sides: the Tarpon" on April 26 Exc tu si vi AREA SKO mm

to attend and bit hoaril Both films are free to the public
Sunday Ti 'ptn, Paled thlj,I4lh'DUNT day i of?April >1964. and start at 3 p.m. Open to Historical Will not be shown again for 2 YearsIloak

I I J t'll\VINO AND ZANrN4Y members only are three Disney -
COMPLETE DINNER I R,, PM M 1$5105By films, "A World h Born,"
JO"IiPU: .onEJiNLJ1EII.CI.alrm..n : :
Ii .. : "The Alaskan Eskimo' and 'Na
Roast Prime of Beef 5 \ p I J-' } ATTFJI"1'MAKtH: nrrVFTT. BocretarrTub tars Half Acre" set for 7:30: ihci lew*}
> ,
$19 : ,' April HI, 1A6t p.m. on Wednesday April 29,
Roast Leg of Spring Lamb iI )' '


I AD of our meals. are freshly cut and prepared on the premti**. Our SUIICM and 1f'II"Ir.j :tnart rroac: -In OPENS 645SHOWTIME: GORDON producer of "LITTLE MURRAY EVERYMEMBER

are prepared and spited with the fined Ingredient available. TRULY genuine //A ,, : 7:15 RED RIDING HOOD" presents
STYLE COOKING In a dean restaurant with a friendly atmosphere. IJ

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, 6 A.M. TO 10 P.M, KITCTIf: CLOSES AT 8:30: P.sL I Friday Saturday, Sunday OF


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Charming Homes -Superb Location. "WAYNE-DEAN MflRTiNRKSWfMBOMKSBIOlJBSYff '

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Bahama TerraceVISIT 4 COLORSCOPE ,




Follow U.S. 1 / mile north of the St. Lucie River Ar' l : a j

(Roosevelt* Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner WE' mON-m! BRENNMMTO BOND ALL ': I alestRockinCandy!

Follow North Shore Drive Va: mile to Bahama Terrace SEATS t
_i 2nd HIT rN50

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/""a" 'r Robert H. Lear PalM INI.IM.KlII ALSO



w DEVELOPER and BUILDERON 00..E'.tlMEmu! .11(11(.... mE MUS. HIlt : WAIT DISNEY'S .

PREMISES .N'dI. NESINrIEw1u111IE. M'.a. "-r JrJ.. as


P.O. BOX 19&1 AT 7.0635 aqt gn n


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nIF mART '(Tlorlda" ) NH\S Tlmrsdinpril. In. .1964 .IA i

I JIar: iRdQrS: ; :Principal Speaker Monday- Tuesday- GENERAL ELECTRIC

On the, ''iinro of Monday and I I! ing godkM Communism They are movement against' Comhiunfcm Havana He has t degree in pub( I NO MONEY SPRING CLEARANCEGENERAL
Tuesday and 21, a two-t under the direction of Christian He will be accompanied. by R v-, Ite "<'Hintmg from the I nwnsity .
duv' Anli C omniums! Seminar i I. ruwide with i offices in Tulsa, David Noebel youth co-ordinaror, or Havana. Because' ot hi, work DOWN
to he held at the Stuart Youth OUa {In he well mliirnicd
Center Dr. Margis will speak on "The !DCCounlmg Is
on Hagler Avenue. Both evening sessions will beginat 'Enemy Within-i h e Far Left," tin the t'e01\"Jc status of (' hawfMe GENERAL ELECTRIC
The seminar is sponsored by the 7:15.: I i Nocbcl will address the meeting l n d after C*Mro's take I
C Chmlll1 Crusade TorthhesrcH The address on Monday night, I on The National Council Of II III the He \in a fir ;
Youth (hapler No 120 of Stuirt will be by Dr. Billy J. Hargis, | Churches." i bvent he viewed in ('uhuCwtro as ry
The TorchhenrLM. is a group of I founder and director of Christian I Dr Hargis has daily radio I I II took o\er REFRIGERATOR

Christian;1 south interested in fight Crutad* a seventeen.year-old I broadcasts! heard over many Amer.1 Aka. oh the evening ofpnl 21. I
lean radio !stntions and bon loUn\ a senior at Martin t, Only 28 Inches Wide!
I lernutional stations. Heallhnr' \ I Ii County High School and director ,
run WIDTH rmzrn
i of four full.Imgth books on Communism of the local John Paul Jtnechar- o
carried by many papers, Heis will' bring a mewtgcDon S f
i.k .
I editor of the Christian i Cru- m a graduate( of C hnMi in! 1963 Model Clearance PORCELAIN VttCTABlE DRAWER!

'!side magazine with a circulationof Crusade, Anti.ComnitmM YOlllh I: I 10 Cn" II Nil Volume. !
( GfROV over 100000()( and a weekly intelligence University nt the Summit I Hotel
fRt I report culled The \\eckl Manilou Springs, Colo, He received e FilterFlo12lb. $169.95
". ESTAVIW I l\ rus'iilir" the \lo\t Outstanding StuduU'
The featured speaker for Tucs Award upon graduation, from that I e Capacity I\24I\
div night: Mill he I luis Mjrtrara, mhootLearn!: t
Luncheon Specials $1.50 president and executive: director to know sour enemy," I e Wash Temperature Control
of the,,Truth About Cuba Com he said in inviting the I'uhlic' I
: I
mitlec. Mr. Manrara l was born m the two sessions April 20 and 21'., Load Size Control
!Monday thru Krld.iv 12 tell 2 e
p.m -- --- -- -- ---

Women''' Invited FormationOf e :5-Vcnr; Unit Warranty ii
IMMMRS 7 Days; a IFeek- TO 10 PMTor .

Reservations Phone 287-4040 League of Women VotersAll

I women of Martin County |I (ributed covering: I the questions, I gg llyg-?
are invited to attend an open meet 1 asked and! answer from candidates
I r ;
Where The Stars Meet II ing Friday at 8 p.m. at the First' of both parties for governor, attorney i iapt..aritmrw

National Bank community room general Railroad and Pub "
for the purpose of discussing the I lie Utilities Commission, and the I ? .
------ ---- -- --------- formation of a League of Women United Stales Senate I /1 N
Voters of Martin County IB404V
M,ss Jean ROOD and Mrs George City Stern GENERAL ELECTRIC
D. Wait will he co-chairmen of GENERAL ELECTRIC
the meeting Mrs Wilbur Forrest, AmericanaREFRIGERATOR $
I Ii the leader with other clvic-mmd- I RahhitsMust ONLY FROST-GUARD 14

ed women in the investigation of REFRIGERATORFREEZER
the possibility of forming a League' ,

i of Women voters here is leaving Go :;,4 1e NI D.lrlatl"lVIr" ,Wt. l.MIn FRESH FOOD AT hi UVEU
Thursday for her summer home 18995 FnizirtI .CONVENIENT NEW
and cannot Itro Oeini
President of the League of Women After residents of Stafford Drive f HI WTO.USE COUNTERTOrM'

Voters of Florida, Mrs. M>rl had complained Monday that slide oat Shllvnl! BIB ROIL.OUT FREEZER!
Spivey of West Palm Beach, will Lund! two rabbits kept by Stuart .2 rtrciliK Vtitakl DrMWt! .SELF.FIUIN6 ICE TRAY!
@i'l head the panel discussion group" caused an unpleasant odor
assisted by West Palm Beach c: ind files in the area City Commission 137 cs.lt Ret VuluM" 0 FROST GUARD! ..
league member, Mrs H. H. instructed its attorney T. MO DEFROSTING EVERI
Crahtree and Mrs, Anita Blakes- T Oughtcrson, to take' action to
lee have Lund remove the animals $299.95 ". .
Mrs Spivey is the wife of the Oughterson said he would con. WAS104
GOURMETBUFFET well known physician ofVe Cult the State Health Departmentto With 'tradeM $6.00 pr week

Palm Beach, whose father was the see if the rabbits constituted a
late President Spivey of Florida health hazard; otherwise he might ,M- ...tarMt.waelUF.'LUX,9
Southern University at Lakeland i act on the matter as a zoning violation

UNDAY.. e TO The League of Women Voter ('OMPIUHY \inOM\l1C :
rast !is completely nonpartisan spokesmen l
\ said. Board members cannot Burning Auto Is 22 MOWCI' 19" Rotary
For immnlium,aH ynr AUbfrooa participate in political activities! ; SeeAWasherWithin M LM.1

hortoM, H.l.,tt however, all members are urgedto Route to JailA rdJNa .T.Rd.I, ,.,.
1 !
HOward W064 Anode 74400andm work for the party of their f Washer spa. t.1aM Li.Cell,.
choice, as individualsWhat car fire led to a native of .t.d./ .1).o,
the League Is. What the Puerto Rico, now a resident bf I'librlc Sclect t H..N
I Port Salerno being jailed at about load SlevtorTempenture .it'"...
i League Does, and "How the .... .rt".Trl.. r
League Works" will be discussedby midnight Saturday lector >x Ii. ".
the panel. There will also! be a City Patrolmen Frank Ziembaand Vlulor
Speed $4900
tri' question and answer period. Billy Chase, Investigating the j Bleat Dispenser u,..... $3000

J1. e #( eunln wWtdr I As an example of "Voter Serv. fire on AlA near Palm Beach Ave. Fabric Softener Dispenser It bnwvf It.u A wtittl n OWN M u A wrnctSUisrfcred :
Ice," 'which a vital part of League nue, found that A1'IIad Ccpida, Choke' a Mntla throttle wheels
12 Ih pre.
I activities a pamphlet published by twenty four, had backed his 1954 IttpuillyI control en map-oil h.n Tnt Kilplnr, Rear t>af
O. & 3. !. Itttetm SttMrt mi ftit J>I.... Ilhe Florida_Leagife will be ,diV Sedan Into a ditch before it caught llfrr-l t'lo l dl'J 1'.mler.d asset chit front' dlicharg
---- ------- fire. He has' charged with driving ).. I0I
without;- a license and failing to r Only $$3.75 a WeeKM .a eh'r
have hit vehicle under control and WA 120 Y

RE-ELECT was jailed in default of bond.
Cepeda received a fifteendayail
) term in default of $25 fine
from Judge Harry F Dyer in Municipal Service
Court Tuesday for driving 30" RANGEFull
without a license, ,
'In other: city court canes' seven Hari
FRANK A. WACHADISTRICT fines were Imposed( ; four for traffic Width Oven Llvervlk Special !
offenses, and one each for disturbing
the peace indecent exposure Pushbutton I Seat Belts
and carrying a concealed ea

1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER pen[ cases Sentence of public was: deferred intoxication inungle ControlsLift 100 J()()% Nylon, ONLY

ind open profanity Bonds were Off 1 Door ]for Metal' (tQ Meal
entreated m, single cases of disturbing $ 3 99
the peace and open profanity ; Kasy Cleaning; m suuis .
INSURE THE FUTURE and a not guilty finding .
was rendered in, one _traffic case BB? SANE, I'liM/ 'JnHlull lIt
ONLY $138.88 ,


Margaret B. Vaughan vs Carroll ,
A. Vaughn, divorce Crary : ,
Crary and (rary SAVE, NOW ON GOODYEAR'S
returning Frank A. Wacha to Dist.1 1 Commissioner Jens R. Knudsen vs Norma Jean t
Knudsen, divorce, George I I" Pink OWN PRIVATE BRAND! | N

pledged to cooperative action to help all districts Helium Was discovered In the I 1 I 0 a
nm in I 1868, almost thirty years
before its presence on earth was ...
grow detected '

--i;Gu. ADH1RT'"Ir.1J""T ',.

-H THI"(01 ..T.I, IMJK, ii HT-. AIR M .
/'HOLD THE LINE ON TAXES 1 IIOHIDi.% sin Kllll JIf.R''I., rent Ml,
ON UK ) \
STATB OPiioBKiiT ) o
Although there has been an increase in \\HUAMrt. ArmtAX >)

; your tax bill for school purposes, the Board SiOTirH' TO Ti..s..A f'H.III'I'OH"All : J NE
rr'itllom or the rmm er
r j" of County Commissioners has not increased At'KIAN:! \VII..I A.MI<. d..-
real 4 are'' hereby nollrl.d ".1 n.
; its share of your tax bill in the past three qutred mnd whir lo fill h they* any may rl'tImo nava s or alncl,ri*i .'
aid rl.te I In the orrir. "r ho ,
years, and there is no reason to believe ;!j 11a.J, d of Martin (ouniy. : Y Motorized 24" Brazier With Hood
In Ih* cnurthnum Hiu
19-.. I they will need increasing in the next few art rlnrlrta. ", within pleat' 1'.I.n r the
onthl !rem IIIL'' "f IM fho''
.'t;' years. claim publication' n. drtnand nf thU muol nntlr h. In..wrlllne I':erh. Chrome Plated Grid with Crank' Adjustment!
and mu.t elate, the '1.... nrdente r..l. Braced With Roll-Around ,"
J' Legs Wheels!
and po.t."rt"'. a"d... .r
: PLEDGED TO COMPLETE the rt.lm.nend mu h. ewnrn D
in t>r the' rlilminl. hln MMII I '
hl> uttarnry. or It will bfrom* ."fJ Dan
-fl' 9 Pratt Whitney Road lWeo'd1.tl'!: In NATfONAL law, DANK --"'''- O. $1 09 ;
; OP' PTUART. Red Hot Buy! .. .
AlA Iown'I'he SaMlllnr .f Iho Xota'. nt SEAT CUSHION
e Ocean Beaches tnn'.VRTR: AtRIAN IVffMMl! .. *

e Paving Martin Grade pub: April lat. 14. Mnr t, I Iret .. W Look use further> Renee rear"port lI.b*cue tmrxilnf

Ira "Hili tot ire .II IMwn f'DIIIT. Runt.rtiliUnt tiimnttnd. steel l hood chrome plU4
.It'1,8"Ian""FOR. MSHTIT rut A'rh Chuft proof,coH iprihf oomtruo 1tion I N spit, tins and grid. Beaded be..1on' burn out ..

AND iN t: cite.SOTATR. with NYlon.stltched woven vinylI I ,,' Am.rlrlll-mad. motor I.i u.... lnUd. Red and .iI"....
VOTE FOR SUPPORT :, OPnuiRNRT coated / betaspecially 9 4
AnRtANWIIAJAMt, I tweed. pattern cover. a C :. '
n........." 4Af'4242
a.Tl/'pl T..MIOH T"
TO At). i'EilCiiYH KnbldTtSn
m FRANK A. WACHAThe 1: TIraiTP: ;P.HTATH bF NAIf mite. 257 E. CSCEOLA
Tn.. a,. he,.", notifi.d that a
written lmmont purp bo the Iwo will and t..i.m.nt "f

Democratic Candidate With a Proven Record of Service To to kid probate a>1,4 wlthli!:: :). dmlltml You sit! colndar .rkrrokr .- AT 7-4243 GOODYEARSERVICE STUARTJ

ntAtith from th* dm of sue>
Martin County runt "ufclk. .llnn ot thl* noil.-. ta
appear In thin ourt and a how
rnw. If any you on why IH*

County Commissioner District 1 1If44 *action land*M will nnr of..!thl vokr. prohmt>lKVIM court* in honlil dmlttlii-! n u t STORE

COINTT rt'ixi* .
PolltlMl A4.*rtb*..itl )('rein Cnnntr Ft*. S
Pub. April II, at, r/. Mar T, feat 5

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4-V lilt MlR| in h.0' Sunday vpril 'llStND >. '19M
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Genuine entertained u the recent Julian D i I' ,
.VY AHFJtNOON: :\ CONCIRT: The Martin ( ountv Junior pictured above .is the ?*1
"ROLLABELT"AUTO J : High School Bond. conducted: bB.l II Director: LeMoyne Roll is Elementary School PI tIce srean" social I

PTA Held Band Concert, Ice Cream Social

SEATBELT Whole l Cast Did Fine Job The Julian D. Parker tlcmcntan: kr at the piano sang lane vm,
I REELS 'I School Parent Teacher Association: a a i Fringe Beautiful on lop"Morning and oh( iKn Ith4|

In 'Mistress / combined: a band concert and an dlenora and Michele: ( I'uum' ,,Jcompamed :
ofMellyn'The ol"-fol hione" ice cream: social: last by Willis [)e\ur ,,u ic|,
Saturday afternoon on the school piano sung "Alice Hlin. (H'ml("
Riptide Player of Martin Cast members included hank and "Where the Red, Rid
Unionditionally guaranteed An overflow crowd: attended KO'!'I
ilip-on. rollaway retractor*. County scored again last week !I DeStcfuno! Miss Linda Lister. I grounds.the function: which had Grow" Mr. Dexter plauii id,
keep lout belts clean and neat with their presentation of the refreshing Mrs Ann Arbogast. K>le Taylor. the complete: cooperation ol the melody 'Cruising Down UK Kn.
"Mistress Mrs ('hose. Mrs Margaret! and then
change- :
ot-pace beaulilul not cr. accompaiiiul+ I
im the Mat. Qukkly Installed I weather man a
of ," for Mrs. Millie Malocnay. who .
Mcliyn a mystery adapted Vaughn Sahella sungpnl/ 'hu
on any make of seat "belt. ihV ', I: Mis Gail Wood und Mrs. Lor too hot. !spring! du> "

the stage by Mildred C kunerfrom The Martin Count) Junior High crs ITA President Mrs I"hlI\ I IHmmotls
!Spring control automatically the novel by Victoria Holt. I II raine Kirt acted
I School Band, under the direction as! lust iC's ill
rolls> them up when nut in use>> I The director Mr. Oryl Vallier, I I House manager was! Mrs Helen i o f Bandmaster I leMovne Roll, ceremonies
can be justly proud of thin prcv I 1.ister; the !stage wan designed by played several selections: Kl I ( luaccompanied \ Hollowing the concert!. ,iU ,,'nj\
duction in that the entire cast dida 1 Johnnie C. !Shaw and constructed: j I by Mrs Marvin set iu t-ream were served
superb job. I' by Mr. Shaw and Kenneth Hug-I I --------
Of particular interest especiallyto gins; in i charge of lighting wall
f t MP-- the ladies i in the audience, were Ray I ister; !stage manager and !I
/ the beautiful Nineteenth Century : ticket distribution Ld: Oodlewskl! ; I Ii Prices
: I ._ Qudlify-inalBi Butlgpricetf f ( } ..... -..". ""'" costume: worn by the players I i wardrobe mistress, Mrs. Nellie Pct Discount
I' Most of the dresses worn in the Toni; make-up, Mrs. Genevieve!I
:r Heavy duly fur lit or outdoor I play were made by Mr Ellen Sanders and Mrs. Jean MoClung; I
Rowell! Chase! who also was 'Ce- and prompter. Mrs Madeline On
Ixlrtnivly: durable jet le lille." Shaw I LiquorsRUM

gmvfal Florentine (lobe. mr light Iu handle. Assorted" colors: I I
t Uf . . . . . .5th $2.S9
,"'J..." coco., black or whit. polo Compart at $l.9B.\ -...... GIN . . . . . .5th ?.h9

f';, t- brast-plared. arme #4brutplated : VODKA . . . . .5th ?.59
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CM 1602B ......optional .. WHISKEY . . . .5th 3.69

.mot'Install coiling In. tecc-ndt height, _adjust ft fit UTILITY PAIL a 3 FOR $$10.00

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gold antiquing | I I IHend Assorted color t 1'' BOURBON .

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of thousand
> the Ugb-CuUoti war to haw soft clear pail u /
light wk ra jam want h-in living or dining
loom, *TM bcllwqr. Strong, durable poles of Painting '
uses ,
Hi (ted tubing pUuie tips woa'C .>rnooro SCOTCI1 I WHISKEY? . .5th 4.29

.b.......sva..'.b4> for ceaiaci eboe .v.> cleaning, camp SCOTCH . . . .5th 4.39

w."'\beijh6l ing, Gardening, r'' Drive a Little Further, Save a Little More

etc. Unbreakable IIOURS: RKSI.VtK\M:\ II A.M.: 10 P.M., Closed Month) j
....Another, Qualify/// ACTION/ Product
Store & Cocktail
and leukproof l Package Lounge

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'Mistress! of Mcliyn."' I anything in the store except Specials
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.... .. '1'::' 'I !'I Elect Mallory L. Johnson County Judge I I

CANNOT RINSES CLEAN 1''<. .."'1f'1''' < ., ... '
: Ip. --1 )/,
..... l STICK! Saves Simply wipe \1'" )
.. No Slick pan wllh IUPONT S "" i".j Democratic 5th
... :\ "IIJLOM":\ finish time and money, with i a soapy ,. .. .." Primary May
Heatproof, pluxtlc .jf
handle Food! retain eliminates greasy sponge. Food par t

w... a. kr natural to dige.L flavor are. ta*> odors. tides rinse away. f< Born Oct. 16,1931 at Lakeland, Florida

I \ ." Married, 3 children, U.S. Navy veteran

Men's BANLON SOCKS' Graduate of University of Florida and
I Stetson
"j University College of Law
: Boy IJi: Oi.: n
Our most popular value In men's
ak Practicing Attorney member of Florida
strelih MHlu. Nolhlng cumparvivtllb .1 Bar and
WESTERNDUNGAREES ... ) Association
4: the luxury, comfort, appearance \ It \
r f' <<; President-elect, 19(). -M. Martin Count
: and wear of B.N.WI. .: ) K'A' rf' Bar Association
I :\. Irregularities do not t\1
f 1/IIlfJi' President, Martin
I : affeil wear or appearaui: ), : ,:' County Unit-American
f' : Lancer
I E The standard. for atlKe joimn- : t Society

I : lent Extra: sturdy deuliu Vice-l'resident, Stuart Jaycees

: jeans vt III lake lots of abuse and Secretary
Cuitan Club of Stuart
: washing Slut or lad ?
I Lieutenant, U.S. Naval
: !Sie 616. 1vrK s.,.; t Reserve:
I w r f'w Mcmbcr( of Martin County l njstorical

Society, Stuart Chamber of Commerce,

-w Martin County Association) for Retarded

I1lJ: Girls' Fancy SNEAKERSJust i Children.Member '

Like w First Baptist Church of Stuart
e Mom's!

: Men's Striped Top *" Rio In IMM averted qualify color Mieakrn plulds.i The position of County Judge is one of dignity and requires a person with the strictest

:: CREW SOCKS prints!, tie. Full ciihh-' sense of honesty, integrity and duty. .If you will look very carefully at the qualifiCations
loned Milef "Sits of all the candidates, I believe you '\11.1 vote for Mallory! L. Johnson to. insure fun time

4-12 13. and continued fair and impartial administration of justice. Mallory L. Johnson

I -mI. ;:. I 011 Elect Mallory, L. Johnson County JudgL

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, I .+ r P t : Honor of Group's Members

et by I II I I '\ banquet and progiam J Mil M I I' Nilson uml Mr mil, 111'1111,1 Jackie Lewis of Si

it' Sunnomans: Club Saturday (lurk Sheppard' Petersburg presented a program
ZOLASWARTHOUT I night April '11 1, concluded the "so- Mr and Mrs. Harmon P MrM'j of folk song and gave informt'
J. : : I cull season. for Martin (oimty nit also. lute nn.niN.rs. were lion on the folk singing, from early
,, .,' iii T llistorn.nl Society. able to !be present! days to modern timci

> President Roland Merrell welcomed _.
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; eighty' .live members" and suing year will be held A film,
j jr f' \f. \ guest. Special plique were unveiled Association for "Fhe; toymnkers." will be shown
honoring life members for Retarded Children A report on the Southeastern Ret
I .. signal/ contributions! to House ol, gional (onveniion of the Council
'; .: I Refuge and llhoil Museum. 1 he Meeting: ThursdayThere for Retarded I Children held in Mt
r ; : : plaques will be placed at the ami this past weekend will be given

I',. '' ., i THINGS POLITICAL un.Joubledlyere under discussion in this gn u(. a. I vlitu,, I tally and lisli fry muse um. Mill be a meeting' of the ,hIra W. Swigert and Robert Batlennunn -
Saturday 'at Sailfish Park. on behalf of the Candidao toe re-tlection: suit "'1"' '''' tiles Bronson, Iclt Present to receive .pedal citations Martin (busty Association fur .

to right: State Representative Bill Owens, Secrclan ot' Mate Tom Adam" Uronson md R Hartman Jr. for their life memberships Retarded hiKlicn" on Thursday Members and interested persons

Ilkhq Have you ever driven a political candidate around If were Mrs. John W. Stokes, for April 16. HI 7:V) pm In the coninuimly are invited.
you haven't tu an e'perienceorth having It can be an the JohnV. Stokes! loundiition! room of the first National
rll, amusing and rewarding experience It Is both for the many Tom Adams and I lolelle Stoke! oundalum I ; /II.ink ot Mum! I II Six justice constitute a quorum

at. friends of Isabel Evans who are helping her as she makes Speaks in Support Mrs John K. \\olf. Mr and Mrs. I Election of nflicers for the en for the. _U.:...S, Supreme I t hurt"
the her Tint bid for olfice. "J

'In"CI Isabel Evans i is not only making her first bid for public Bronson Martin i

''II.the office she is also the only oman running for office in the Of at Rally

Democratic May 5 Primary, but she ill anything but a novice
at meeting people
u.I. \\e take our \ chosen: In the people' to run it. mil luulcrship' in! the Semite" Ha
I I. I think the much for granted and we \ t I and for this reason Ihe public listed 1"11"111111' which' he! crcihlnl : -
01 secret in thai !SHE LIKES prOPLe.habcllll'oO Secretary of State lone should always !..nothe ejualiticm 111'11''''. with having guided'

an audience at a political ions ol 1 a candidate and h i s through tin I Ugisliiure, during his
Sid \VOKMNG DAY AND NIGHT TO' WIN and fish fry Saturdiy past record. 'tot.,d ol, tvuim i wo years' a. a H&
THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR MARTIN at Sailfish Ball Park! Adams gue Invent siivit| | loItronson uprcscnlaliu and senator _y/_ ___/ __ i
COUNTY; SUPERVISOR OF RLGI "RATION. Adams spoke in b II h a I both al u press eonkicncc RI'pre\fI1I"uve Bill Owens, alsoa <
State Senator Irlo Bronson. 'I Vilurday allcrnotm and at camluliti for reelection but -iiJ:

She KNOWS she Is qualified to hold the position. She is a candidate for re'ileCl: tile fish fry. silting that he wits unopposed| spoke! In behalf of :\ )
that office ol his counsel. ml Uronson 1IIIII IuC\ Uronstm,
Is not afraid to work and work hard to Martin iipprecnlive : i < look
give County
Adams told his audience and ,I"I.lIl"'OOall,1 iiNint
vice calling only live niinules of the
: the kind of Supervisor of Registration it deserves. public wants good schools, him "one ol' the few men' U> givi prokiam t", II1lh"hlcehill futility I

In her radio talk she WSTU March 31 agricultural program, a I I
gave over on servation l program, and
on the Stuart Jaycee sponsored! public !service program, Isabel services, but thinks! these we financoSTATION

Evan was never more sincere when she said. should exist without effort Bids 28
Open April
part of the public WAGONSand
"I don't see how it is possible for ONE MAN to hold "But government is an

I TWO MARTIN COUNTY JOBS, and do justice to either." lion among men, and men
stand up and say what they On Indiantown
Another quote from that radio talk, (if you missed! it), is fronr-1ht'ir.&avernmcnt. The Span
more than worth while to repeat she said, ness of government is our sedans
coupes.and .. and convertibles?
ness!, and it is our re j'\,"
1 be of ," Diets on "i new high.lovel 'UK 'tea' t hedge, / will, lie dm-
I did not seek, the office of Supervisor of Registration until He pointed out that over the Si I I Illcle ( anal hll.gl'l, ,slrucleJ: 'I u1 l tin present one- ..and most any other kind of car you want to buy.
diantown' will hi al ) lime and will'c1l1mnlllc
is the opened hndi 1 its approaches
only as good as men
Mrs Zola Blakeslec who has served
you faithfully for many 28 the Stale '
a m" April at most ol' the curves sod
years, assured me she wished i to retire. Then, and only then, /Department offices. : danpcrou/ II1ter\Cl'tI" on the
did 1 decide to run for the job" according to County ( full.lhawe'l I present n'uic

Sniper Shot at cr Jack Williamson Commissioner Williamson' has In {fail we'll/ f Ihidini'! most
I HIII one of the man friend of !Isabel Evans 'who" is The new bridge will not have II Ken vets active in promoting the

supporting her and her campaign. We all admire her and the Railroad TrainA draw span It i is expected to cost bridge 'IK arranged for the acquisition i
way she has adjusted her life alter losing! her husband l C. Earl about SKMHXKH( ) ), Id. I; several:, pieces of rightol -
(Doc) Evans Many of us have remarked how "Doc" would The entire project will tons s| -way lliuingli swaps and gills tuiyllihit/ else/ you need a nnd
have loved of the I,951' fool I long bridge pi' sapproaches Only a small amount had to bo 9,
to share her experiences now as she works hard sniper rej'lrtedlyhot ; : : fTI
for the nomination Florida East Coast Railroad for a total of LJ I miks I condemnedmTilrTSFTIifw, j

Sunday between Port i ------- < ut low bunk talesles,. I It
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By the way if you want to know the number of dogs in Hobe Sound. I : ;

Martin County just start driving Isabel Evans around (All An FEC detective I Secretaries Have Tea Sunday .
occurrence to Sheriff Roy C. ;
four legged ones of course).
er Baker said) the detective '

There are bigs ones and little ones, shaggy ones and sleek little Deputy information Sheriff on Morgan the Boss Night Dinner April/ 22 I

Does growling pnci.and ">ipping.ones'' .But.l 10: .be doggoned ..I went to th. scene with other r Yr .,"" "
if I ever knew there were as many dogs in these parts until ties but could not find I The Stuart Chapter of' National inner 7>f"N, tholur- -v.' '
I was Isabel driver with information on the Secretaries Association' will en- I hip, I tfWHfJ at l a tea Sunday afternoon I "ft
I I Apfll 1 IV. at .the Marlin ('olin.
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She loves them of course! but it is sometimes a hazardous APPLICATIONS FORMRRCE I library,' "between 2 and 4 ".m. \ 't i
occupation that can be shared only with a postman when approaching / LICFNSFSWaymon : : GIRL SCOUT IKUHRSIJKt.rMlY : //y" secretarial slmlenti art Invited' J

a house! at night and to have a snarling, growling I Nll.ltl I On Wednesday, April J2;! there
Luther Craton. There" will i 1 be a ncighlxirhood I will be Boss Night Dinner held
scarey dog come lunging right at you.I i BANK OFSTUART
> diantown to Helen Dons meeting of Girl, Scout lenders all I
a l .the Manatee Marina Yacht nub
thought I've detected a bit of a quaver in her usual I Belle John Glade Henderson' 9:10 St Thursday morning April 16 | at 7: U() p,m, and Ihe Secretary
Cuffing Mary Episcopal ( hurch I "
strong and cheerful voice as she calls out (while ringing the Sharon Lee Cuffing, both of r Mrs Marge Wolverton Palm I I of Ihe Year will he chosen. All :
Joor bell). Council' district director secretaries and employers are welcome .
art.John Anthony Rains to / West Palm Beach will 1 he For tickets contact Ivy Mur-
"Hello anybody home'" Maybe dog biscuits are the Anne Champlin, both of All parents of Girl Scouts 1 ton at 287 J 1222 or evenings at
answer. (Wonder if that could be considered a legitimate Sidney Spurway McKay to invited to attend, "Girl Scout 2H700M/ ) before April,' 'IX The
campaign expenditure) one Ellen Manor, both of : : for next year are I urgently events are in observance of National
art. ee : ," stated Mrs, Ray (hand ; Secretaries Week April i iIue'c I

One night she decided to cut across a lawn to reach the Ledford Barkley Bledsoc to "anyone interested ,in helping '
next house! She couldnt !see: the sprinkler and ran right Louise White both of the Girl Scout program i ". ,'' ; tit 321'' E S'T' 'OC ; tI BOULSVARD
through a spray( of water. I was still screaming, "Watch out Roy Thomas Champion to ked to attend this meeting ot ((11Ie'' industries' ol' Indm" area I
bare Ann Walker, both of 11"I me at 287-2V44." ililes chemicals and steel'
for the water", she the door .
as was knocking on (dripping wet) Henhel Waller Hicrs, t -J
and making her bid for a voteThat's Palm Beach to Lorraine

Murphy, Miami./
what we like about Isabel She's>> equal to any Byron Brown to Irma Jean

emergency son both of Indiantown.
Archie H Cans to
We also like her devotion to her Church and community Carey, both of Miami.

life She is a Veteran widow served seven yean as deputy -L ELECT
:':' sot '' :" : .- [
clerk in Mrs Dorothy Pierce's office. (Dorothy is Clerk of the s

Circuit Court). I."alrTH 1'11101 UH"sum,I'r ilL 1nu tift"H'r i'F,.' 7.0'
FLnelnl. Is Isis FuH
Isabel is a graduate of two business! colleges, and well TW tier ,'rt'. I. ''11(''': a
(sun .... STTIJE.NS
qualified to hold the position of Supervisor! of Registration, a KMII 1 TIMER E. POWERS
I which Is MAINLY A WOMAN'S JOB. v.. inimirr, V I .
I She is an active member of the First Methodist! Church r. ndnnl. > t.

i serves as a member of the Building Committee, is chairman of I TO: VOIliU"IOT"'T IESV": !\ :: COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5
(II lard "ir.etnrmn.lv -
Membership and Evangelism! and President of the Priscilla < Hill., MinlnmlTOIT g
I Circle of that Church I : SUM HKRKHV: Nri'i.,. r
that a Complaint for Mvor -
other. rnllHf i liu, b.on. br '
Isabel Evans is an active member of the Stuart Woman'sClub ... ..ltl.tOll In the ihuv .' N I .
and is the trustee of the Building Fund. Court aid roil. era hi-rpby f U. of Florida Graduate Agriculture#!
i M to nerve ropy or )mir An
or other wrltim dfrn.r. u
She is also< a member of the Stuart Business and Professional 'fI"fllG; I.| PINK. 1114:: Past President fndiantown Kiwanis
\\ t Halm
Women's Club the Stuart Soroptimist Club the United I Building H.n.'h
In. on or l>i-r"r> llm tell d>
Chapter of the Order of Eastern Slurs, and the Martin Memorial mmJIut.lr Mar A.'n. lhrr I9D4, and fi.r heron in rite Member Martin County Library Hoard
Hospital Auxiliary II.. rlrrk of I ho .i.wo.tyied
the orliclnal, of aalil. Anl"er or and
Business LP Gas Appliances
written drfenn.o, If on.
Clerk in
Isabel resigned! her "position as Deputy Dorothy's JlF.nEI11.: NOT; IIP 'lien
office to give full time to her campaign. (utloit.. of ..IA! fnmplalnt, .. Owner-Manager
I aKin ai innlViiiwd It >ilUITNFUH '.
: m> hand: ::r an Just so, she will give full time to the Office of Supervisorof at HIuart. MorMn. Ilila I fome and Property Owner
Registration. SHE WILL NOT HOLD ANY OTHER day of 'Vprtl, AD PFR)t (4DOROTHY 'I"rinrk ;

COUNTY OR PRIVATE JOB WHEN ELECTED.The : (Circuit Mirtin,uf,.monnti'Iho: Clisult), Klurlilu, A Sincere Interest to Serve All the People of All. Martin' ...

many friends of Isabel" Evans URGE you to stop I flyCAilOLYev ZIII! County
and consider the qualifications, and the ability to serve you, the j I /., Cbon'iB: tar I'lalntur I I. IMNHAtfomiT

tax best 311 HMnrsy" nulldln.
payer .
>\ nt Palo Uvaoh' Florida
I'tlb. April3, ae, Ma 7, I
She is making every effort, and (I \II be dogged if she s

,inn. 't doing it), to see each and every one of you prior to May .sj rf TV.TIIH'eni Ira FLORIDA RUN'SITV Ji wln'1'1 iM.mi. <(<'. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SINCERELY APPRECIATED

f'rf: >
: .\TE OF t
And, just as a reminder if you will not be in Martin ALBJ'UT.COllt'l .,. {
County on May .5. (the date of the Democratic Primary), or iit if ssonrie TlI I> HKiM iroN.

i Is impossible for you to get to the polls, you have until You and each of you. arc .!
br noli tied and n>qulr d to pr
APRIL 30 at 5 P.M. TO MAKE AN APPLICATION FOR I any claliu, and d manda whirs I
AN ABSENTEE BALLOT. THE BALLOTS MAY BE I or the ttlmr mat of ol ron Alhorta. may ..Onhurn.v. "" ELECT TIMER E. POWERSCOUNTY -

SECURED AT THE Registrar's office. .County f>...*..d. J.t.Jude.of old of Martin county<''" 1

Florida, at hi. orftc, I In the (
ATLANTIC 7-0227 and leave your name and address, SHE calendar. month' from
lat of th first publication it
.. "I
b. In wntln and muat b
ASSIST YOU IN FILLING THEM OUT. APRIL 30 at to by th. claimant. hi* a...
APPLYING FOR ABSENTEE hla attorney or the> .am' will "
3 P.M. is the DEADLINE FOR porno null and void .......

; COBI'RM.Admlnlalrator r
"A vote for Isabel Evans is a vote of the .
of Alberta CakuTO. d. ---' r" --
'm Ann WHIOMV Paid Political Advertisement)
1 in the right direction"PaM Astor,,..,. for Administrator
P. O. Box lei
< Potttkal Aawtt**.*i>tl Pabok... Florid
fuui Artl la ... It, Mar T

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Kuwans n F1U: lull f Salerno
6-\ 11m snART (TTttNTWS_ ::______Thiirwta: :.. :April_16: _1164_ I -r- Here Is Junior League Schedule; it Palm ( it\. I ions at Rotan lute.
K. C ivitans at 1 ion*. Elk at Sa

Tigers Win Last Suncoast Game 1-0 i rr '' r"">g gy 1 Clip It for Future Reference j lirno Jluy, 10 Rotary: Palm at City Kiwanis al HobiSound : July

I Eight teams are entered in Mar Elks: June 22: Lions at Kiwanis I 13: Lion at Elki, Salerno: al 1 Ki
Martin Countv became involved mlicld hit: advanced on successful to Msgr Pace the following day M fey '+) tin County Junior Baseball League Salerno at Hohe Sound: warn; July I U: Kiwanis at Palrn
in its third one-run-margin and I bunts by Skip Hall and Buck Martin ( ounty)' (000) 000(( I 1-1-6-1 I this season! : !Hobe Sound, Kiwanis June 24: Hole Sound at Kiwanis City, Hobe Sound at Rotary: July
second overtime game in HUCCCSRion Mauldm. which loaded the bases Riv Beach (IJOO) 000 (\X)--O < 0 Civitans l, Elks Rotary Port i Civilans Elks; June 26: Rotary 17: Rotary at Elks Palm City at
Tuesday this time with happier and was singled home by Ricky (,"rY I ittle and Ken Footc; Salerno, Lions, and Palm City at Salerno I Lions at Palm Civitans: July 20: Salerno al Ki-
results, winning I 1-0 in I the Scammcll ,second hit of the game Gorge I loll and Ron Piner. A schedule of eighty-four games. ('itv. lane 29' Elks at Hobe Sound, warns Lions at Hobo Sound: July
eighth I Dan Kilhournc lead-off singlein --- to start on Monday. April 20 follows Kiwani l Ji Civitans July I Salerno ;22 CMtins at Rotary fIb at
Billy Mathers made first on an the first was the Tigers other : I at I lions, Palm City at Rotan Palm City July "M: Kiwanis at
hit. Women Golfers April 20: Hobo Sound at Kiwahit Juh Hobe Sound at Cwtan I, lions, Hobe Sound at Salerno

--r-- --H --- -- I Gary I LillIe ago in went till the Civilnris; at Elks; April 22 -- ._ .*-
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way for Stuart, striking out nine. Rotary at Salerno. Lions at Palm -- -
BOAT and walking two. He guvc up 'five Qualify MondayFor Citt : April 24: Elks at Hobe WH* PAY MORE
hits Sound, Kiwanis at Civilans; April

STORAGEWhile The win gives the 'I I 'gets a 1-<-I I Tournament 127'| Salerno al Lions, Palm City t) BUY ONE GET ONE
i i at !Rotary; April 29: Hobe Sound
i mark for the completed Sun con t
I Ivitans, Kiwanis Elks MalI
You're I Conference, won by Forest Hill members of the Martin I at Salerno at lions: at =
Awayhurricane The tic against Palm Beach Tour I: at palm City 1 UI
I is unlikely to he rescheduled since County Women Golf Associa Rotary: May 4: Civitins at I'ions.
i ton qualified Monday to play m Elks at Salerno:
: the result would not affect thechampionship. : : I
the Florida State Women Championship May 1Palm\: City at Hob
I Tournament this week at Sound, RotJl-y i at Kiwanis: May
Dry Eagles The Tigers of Fort play Pierce Pan here MeCarty on Port St I.ucie. 8: Lions at Flks, Sulerno at Civi. 'I LL I I I TI

Reasonable I'Delay. April 17 in a non-confer Mrs Fliti DcSlcfano won her tans, May II: Kiwanis at Palm
ence game. and then go to West mulch Tuesday on a sudden deathat City Hobe Sound at Rotary; May OIL lASE INTERIOR LATEX
Rates Hollywood on Thursday. April the nineteenth: hole, Mrs 1 Con l 13: Rotary at Elks, Palm City at f i HOUSE PAINT WALL PAINT
Courteous 23, for the first round of theClass nie Ciladdcn, Mrs. Jackie Harlscll, Civilans: May 15: Salerno at Kiwanis. "
A, tiroup 8, tourney, againstChaminadc and Mrs. Olive Birth also played Lions at Hobe Sound; May t.NAINI, ,.rNAif.,."... AIHIIlNe AN. conN ..AlNl/NMN.Iw :
Service but did not their 18: Civitans at Rotary. Elks at : ,.. .Na .5
I The winner i is at home Tuesday win IllULINT /VIA M''I -, 11 .ATt.aIYG :
matches. Wednesday they will play Palm City: May 20: Kiwanis at e alr "wNYT/:: .
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Reserve Space Now other losers If they should winWedne'odaY'A t Hobe Sound at Salerno: HINTO..a
May 22 Kiwanis Hobo Sound : wroo.wf...... stir TOO/Tl rnN
: at
matches, Mrs Gladden c Q )
.r c. I eovrA.a nA
at Civilnns Salerno
: May 21: I'
Mrs Hartsell and MrBllrlh r l...... 1LT CIrANLr
will he qualified to go into consobdion at Rotary Palm City at Lions: May 1 :..u."."., \! M::1 r1A'"A': ANa
& RfCORD SHOP play Thursday Mrs. DC- 27: Hobe SOUnd of Elks Civilans ...._ .. UII 011 11m'" rINnaa, INOA .
329 Fast Blvd, I at Kiwanis 29 1 ions Salerno w00..MITAL o. o. WAlll, till.AuloNlr .
BAILEYBoat Ocean Stcfano will also play again Wed. : May : at wu.cn INOI' nun.'
wulwA.0. !r4
('|XSFIAII. DAY nesduy I Rotary at Palm City: June
WEDNFSDAYSBelnnlng Martin' I: Civitins at Hobe Sound Elks IVEll.Y $698 IVIRY FREE
In Tuesday play at $698 FREE ..
Company 61 h at Kiwanis: June 3: Palm City at 2.. GAL, 2. GAL
May County Golf and Country Club,
low and I 1964 Cll"\MPION of the Martin County Women Golf Association Salerno, Rotary at 1.IonJune: <:
For (Ihi SummerGOLF Genie Krueger won net,
JENSEN BEACH AT 7.0936 low is Etta shown with her Left to Lion at Civitans, Salerno at Flks:
Frances Mrs DeStefano trophic PUNTS
.I King putts over June 8: Hobo Sound at Palm COMPIFTF I INF: : OF O1I1tR: INTERIOR 1 & EXTERIOR
.. I eighteen holes. Madie Padova won right, the Traveling Championship Trophy, 1964 Championship, City, Kiwanis at Rotary: June 10:
low and Eve Anderson and
I Isabelle net McPherson tied for low and Mcdul 18 Hole Tournament Trophies. In foreground, a gold Fib at Lions, Civitans at Salerno: 227 FLAGLER ST
holes charm bracelet with four charms for low second period ringer: June 12: Palm City at Kiwanis, "
over nine \
pulls second and third period low putts, third period ringer. Mrs DcSte- Rotary at Hobe Sound; June I U: s Stuart, Fla _......_
The average age of classroom fano received these awards at the os\OCiation' award luncheon. Flks at Rotary Civilans at Pulm
teachers in public schools j is 41,5 Friday, April 10 at Seminole Shores City; June 17: Kiwanis at Salerno, OVER 1,000 MoiujCatieii<
New Martin Golf & Hobe Sound Lions
County Country ClubST. at : June 19: hlA.. tJ
years Rotary at Civitans, Palm C'ity at _.. STORES COAST TO COAST v
LUCIE BOL'LFVARD Turn right just t before crossing! ----- --- ---
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18-HOLE COURSE The Library
the Republican voters Martin,
FLECTRIC CARTS $6.00 for 18 Hole*-$4.00 for 9 HoIst
"The Land Breakers" by John
Okeechobee and Osceola Counties for allowing .
Fhle. An exciting and authentic MOTORSAuthorized
:MEMBERSHIP: me to run unopposed as the Republican tale of the opening of the wild I
r-; southern< mountains two centuries
MFMBFRSMIP INITIATION HE $10000; ) nominee for State Senator i irt the 33rd ago.

SINGLE MEMBERSHIP .... 8000 I Senatorial District. While I will have no Northern. Affair" by D. K. 'i' "'s.1'
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP .. .. 100.00 Findlay. Mans' will to survive is \ ,
10 PLAY BOOKS .. ... 30.00 ..- I opposition in the primary, I will deeply the theme of this novel of adventure r liTI' CHRIS-CRAFT % .' ;

20 PLAY BOOKS .... 55.00 e .. appreciate the support of all voters in the set on Baffin Bay, near .1 'SEA SKIFF'DEALER '
the Arctic Circle.
30 PLAY BOOKS .. 75.00 .. General Election next fall. "A Banner With a Strange Device JOHNSON MOTORS TIiUNDERBlJh) 1i0ATS80ATTR

MIXED DRINKS AM LUNCIIrONS the second "lost generation KO '-U'
JAMES B. WATSON SR. set in Boston The characters take llERS'R"' ACCESSORIES I
BEN HARTIG PHONE their pleasures cynically, despising
PRO MANAGER 287- 2274 (Pull, P"IHI,,ill Iv.rtU.m.nt) at they do !so their promiscuous SERVICE
::: All
elders and the sorry world at
I __-___ __ __ ___.. __-H_____ __.. __ large: Bit
Run Me A River" by Janice GRUMMAN MARINA I
Giles A plea'antIory of the Civil
War period blending mcamhoat lore AMERICA'S FINEST LINEI
from Kentucky Green River, a 440 ROUTE 707, RIO-JENSEN BEACHED
WHITEWALLS I hint of history, romance and ex-
fitinymir bloodless action f
GOOD//VEAR "1 I he Machineries Joy" by
Ray Bradhury. A collection of
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1 bizarre but entertaining stones by

I with TUFSYN and 3T Nylon a lion veteran. creator of science fie,

"The Great Auk' by All,in W.
Eckert The great auk, a speciesof
flightless sea bird has been' extinct
I since I 1844. This imaginary MILLER STORYThe
story of the life cycle of the last
) of the great auks i is a moving pica
for conservation
"Of Good and Evil" by Ernest
Kellogg Gann. A novel of a day voters of Martin County elected me their commissioner .

Fill elder model of lard, Flts modeli of Dodge, Buick, and American night with city the bused police on in materialsgathered a large until January 1967 and in doing! so started the

Plymouth, Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson, Mercury, Nash, Olds.
Studebaker, Mercury, Pontiac, Fill modili of Chevy II, Comet moblli, Pontiac and Studt- by the author while serving first break-up in the existing Martin County political
Hudson, Kalur and Ramblir. and Falcon. bihtr.670x15 with the San Francisco police.. machine.I
"To The Emba \y" by Joseph. .
Verner Reed. A witty and urbane
'75 account of two years at the American am fulfilling my obligation to you until my term

$1369 4'75 Embassy in Puns. The author expires. But after 15 months on the County CommissionI'd
lives part of the year in Hob
Sound. like to tell the voters more about our County Com

Tubeless All.Weather' 600x13 tubeless Nylon All- 710x15 tub*-typ Nylon All- "The Minister and M.The ChoirSinger" missioners so that they can exercise their right to vote
'42', plus tax and old tin Weather, plus tax and old tirt. Weather, plus tax and old tire by William Kunstler
f A noted lawyer offers a new solution after hearing these facts
I to the Hall-Mills murder case,
America most celebrated unsolved On Tuesday January 8, %Commissioner Sounder-

CHARGE ACCOUNTS CAN BE OPENED IN MINUTES! "The homicide Rise of the West t hy Wil son and Chairman Wacha voted to rezone the Rio residential -

liam Hardy McNeil!. The author area where application was made to use the
differs from Toynbce, in that he
views the story of mankind aa land for storaging! of gas! in tanks. Fortunately for those

matter not of separate civilizations residents I saw the error and brought it to public attention
but of cultures interrelating
He envisions a cosmopolitan, slabililed over the heads of those commissioners.
world of the future which i
will bear' a Western Imprint. A A similar situation existed when Commissioner
Fit Chrysler,Chevrolet, Dodje, winner of the National Book
Plymouth, Ediel, Ambassador, Fill modals of Ed>*l, DtSotu, Fits modtls tf DeSoto, Chrysler Award. I' Saimderson favored a dump for burning in the area west

Thundtrblrd Pontiac, Mercury, DeSoto, Oldsmobili, Packard, Chryiltr Oldimobilt., Pontiac, Mercury and FacKird., Oldsmobile, Buick, and I.ost Michel World! Peissel of Qumlana An Roo"ofa of Hibiscus Park. Had this gone through those residents

by 2S0( mile journey on account foot from who had their life savings invested in their homes would

the Qumtana Roo coast to British have suffered tremendous financial losses.
2a 45 $2220 $2565 Honduras, through unknown
jungle once the land of the ancient .- While I know It', unprecedented to have a Commissioner like myself, oppose
Mayas For armchair travelers the reelection of the present (ommiMionrrs, this I do In order to fulfill my obligation
800x14 tubeless Nylon Ail- 850x14 tubeless Nylon All- 760x15 tubt-typt Safety All- and amateur archaeologists to awaken the voter of this County before the May 5th Primary,
& Red" Vincent
Weather, plus tax and old tire Weather, plus tax and old tirt Weather, plus tax and old tirt. "Dorothy by
Sheean The author, a longtime I have only one vote and I am using It to fight the political machIne I help us
friend of Dorothy Thompson! and In Martin County to bolster this campaign for a change In Martin County Government
Sinclair Lewis, tells the of
story You will I never have a more splendid opportunity to make your one vote count This Is
the tortured marriage of these two
No Money Down Free Installation most articulate people An objec our year to reorganize our County CommlM.k>ners. Martin County deserve the nor-
tive (and affectionate) character vices of dedicald and uncommitted men who will run the county as the big business It M,

study and a picture of an era.
I I If you agree v ote Our chances were never so good.



No limit on months/No Urn AIL NEW: GOODYEAR AU1OIIRtS It A C.OODYFAR TIRE FAILS UNDER THIS R.Airman Ciodsey of Second Stuart Class i is participat Wilbur CHRIS KALBDistrict
II miles/No limit I' to ARt:
on GUARANTEED GUARANTEE any of more than 80,000 Good- ing in Exercise Delawar, a joint
roadx/No limit an to speedagainst directs workmanship and ,tr dealer In the United State and Canada will Iranian-U. s. military training operation
for the entire life of the tread! materials and normal road! haurdu, make allowance on a new tire baked on orlnbial being' staged in Iran April 1, Jensen Beach
except repairable punclI,,", tread depth remaining & current Goodyear Price" ))2-".
Airman Goslsey, son of Mrs
Mairiane R. Parson of Stuart, is

25/ E. OSCEOLA AT 7-4242 with an Air a Military Force jet Air engine Transport mechanic Service JOHN B. MacARTHUR

GOODYEARSERVICE unit at Dover Air Force Base,
STUART AT 7-4243 Del He is one of 6800 U. S. District 3, Port Salerno and lobe Sound
military personnel in the four-day

A Corps i r Force exercise.-Army-Navy.Marine I PAId p>I 1'C\ : :: : ; ::: :: :: : .of.Chri.,..' ":-.,''hDrri,C.u"q|." Cnm'


It costs. about $4V 000,000 a
t year to clear litter off the nation

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School CalendarFor ",', '".'I, I" '1'.1uW''II. ,, ", '"lun,I ON 81KrI'1"PEn n Rlt%s f.RS tow Indians Nip Tigers 3-2 _fUl .Tl .iB'r. !(TTnrhlaMirWl I r '_ ___'nmrala3: : April_'16_ _I!)(,:.1 \
r I'll.I'' .. ., ;
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Next Year '" 'iinrICi' '' Mill hart I I'Ii .ii;iu law. ',. ,'i "hen i i lih e
,1.1\, d1 I ,,11.1 "hil" the 1I'hct ,ml hoar I "I",lied I t Ran, IK ,'n Kilbourne Has Two RBIs
ill I ,,
Gets uncmg! pt\\ncr npiir1Momh\ night
ApprovalA dn"rhcn' U".1', r regular
Marlin (ountx outhit Ni.ro the Indians had scored twice m
till he
xucn holl"n:: nut MS for ele>.lt i typewriters .
I lahor Da. Scpl 7: Veterans Beach mm to thin on I the Indians, the "'Ih.I
tentative school calendar was Nov. 1 Ii 1, Dianksgivlng Nov Day 26' | S>ria'-> area-of more--than 72,- hunting grounds on Friday- but I Other Tiger hits, all singles, came I 'II'
approved hy the school hoard on 27: ihrutmas, Dec. :21! -Jan. 1 I. and ,, 00 square miles makes. it slightly the Indians nipped the Tigers in I from Mike Crook two; Gary Ut I
Monday night I l-istci, April J Ih-19. I!larger: than North Dakota. I the runs department, ]-:2!, in eight tic, the lotting pitcher: Bill Math I ';
..__ innings. en tarry> Anderson Buck Maul I. r
1 din and Ricky. Scammi.ll Little
Dan Kilhourne. fast 1 becomingone struck
out un Indian batsnun
of the Tigers mOil t consistent
hitter. singled in both Tiger run, Martin ((100100102.9.1Vero
Kn Foote 'scoring in the fourth (fKX) 002: 01-'.1..1
to gist his side the lead md Skip. I Gary I title and Ken I'oolc: t I
Him in the seventh I"end the I Bruce kmle\'. Bobby Jones ((7)/ :
John B. -(game- --into. an Mm mniig after I.Jimmy \\urren. ((8)) and Jack Fine ,L .
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I Class A Group 8 Tourney kk'A i :,. "

l MacArthurCOUNTY Sends Tigers to Chaminade ,

: ji Ir
a Twehe schools ire inlcrcd in in the round of eight, Siic' cf the
's-: t the (1aA.. lironp" 8, baseball semi.(mils md final have not Kbeen >
tOlll'nUl1entlhlch sends Mirlin derided.Other I
Count High III,1 IKIKwood
COMMISSIONER to ploy (hummaile High on I hurt teams in the lame half .ftHnrsZ
diy April :2!?. of the draw as Martin County are '
t The inner of this game will he laSallc of Miami, St. Thomas ; HBi >
T a at home to Msgr Edward Pace Aquinas fort I au"erdnic and AIRS. ('Kill WRKtMi fliiraHlh rhulmnn, newly appointed director or the M irtin < wintv -
l'S' DISTRICT 3 High of Miumi the following I dny. Curdmil. Newman of West Palm I I ibnrv ul Mnaltu Hupfil, president of the Marlin mono t bran Asywuhon n the open
--- .-- --.- IkKh house ml I, held Sim In. April I I' ut I the llrnrv
_.""' .., 'I the other half incliulcs Coral --- _. .
/. A Businessman For Good ".4 ,"V"' Park, Northeast | ('it y. RIVIera I --- ----- --- --- ------- -",;,.;;;;;;
y Be ich. Ik l lie Glue: and Nova:
;1 i| Business In Government \\Y':. : I II
Countyfins GRAND
[ I Intcr-Club Golf i iI OPENINGToday
1. Better planning and zoning in Martin County Jt I Martin Couniv Golf and Court- II
> try flub eked out a narrow win
2. Fight against contamination of Martin County waterways ., : I over Indian Hills Golf and Courttrv Thru SundayOpen
t luh of Tort Pierce in a men'i I
3. Acquiring and improving beach properties s,..-, F, inter-club match on Sunday winning .
: six games to the visitor'a five'
4. An entirely independent candidate with\ no promises to j s with In 1 blind ja hopes even competition over 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Everyday Including Sunday

anyone except to the people of Martin County. I the I local course on Saturday, the I
winners were: Colonel William!
Don't be fooled the sudden burst of roads and other It. Snoudin. Cieorgc Hayden: Andy :
by fixing 'ithili
Andrews. Curt hiticur d l FRKH: ? 2Scat Belts ;
t n : \\ I FRKH l l : 1 Scat Belt) with the
vote-buying measures. \V c got nothing until the past month. George-Perkins- I Purchase of n set of four] Purchase of every Pair of

.w to. cI"Vt JUNIOR RVSIBUIII : Tires. Tires.

VOTE FOR j *., *. ,.'I. All:,\CUI10 managers: MlrT coaches: :: and .................rrrrr.....

!MISS lllBFIIIIKFR: committee members of Marti i n FUHH? Lirnm HAGS
senior ut the University' of Mi- County Junior Baseball league
JOHN B. MACARTHURCOUNTY anti Coral Oa"lc8.I a l in are requested to attend.! a meet %
sing 10
the Opera Guild i I productionThe ing at the Elks Club on 1 hursday, Discount On Sale Price On Sets Of 4 Tires
April 16, at 7:30: ) pm
Bartered Bride, Sunday! -- .' "4MM
April 26 at the Dade County Auditorium : < '* '1.-
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3DEMOCRATIC !Saturday. April 18, at Dust storms in the Great Plain _.-.I.. '.*!. r.f .5
be with 85
can now predicted
9:30 a.m., Miss Walker will appear percent .
accuracy seven months in ai t. ,
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TIn STUART (Flu.) NFW one daughter. Mrs Marjorir Johnson II ;ii al contractor brfore retirement Mr H J Camrml of I iiff.ilnN. 'No Four Students, and son student council president 4LMISTRY BY LICENSERhMAtD COUNTY
IhtuwUy. April 16, 1464 ol .Muslim. R 1 I. two gi.tndj / I Mr Kausch is survived by his Y ; four giandchililien, and Negligence'Verdicts 1 Steve Swum president ol the junIor i I !
j children, and! lour sisters in fcng- wile Margaret' Rausch; three one luster in ('CrI1htn) Council Sponsor class; Orlando Wright president Renewal ot a license to practice
brothers Charles and John Rausch Funeral A of the senior class, and Danny palmistry was made by the Martin -
tRtaa.satra. tiwuaauri wadudwursasrOBITUARIES land. I Rosary wa1111.1 'in Johns Given ttend Convention I IMn.
student council
Funeral services will be in Johns ot Chicago and Joseph( ; Rausch: of Home Chapel Wednesday) HI Brady, parlia County Commission Tuesday.
I Funeral Homo Chapel Thursday Green Bay Wis.; three sisters,, 8:30: pm. Funeral Mass was 'in Fanny Jackson sponsorof I mentarian.The The license was issued to Mrs.
I I Mrs. (Catherine Labno of ChicagoanJ Thursday Train TruckNo boys were the guests of Mr. Maggie (Doris Johnson whose residence i-
at 4 with Rev Norman K. St. Joseph( Catholic Church vs. the student council
"" ... ., ............'..1.. w__ .., Feaster p.m.pastor( of All Saints' Episcopal Mrs. Ld Dufresne and Mrs. at 9:30\/: a.m. Burial was in Fern I' led of four accompan'l and Mrs.: Hewlett while: in Tampa.: I is on U. S. 1, south of Stu-

MRS. MfA PEARL FORD Church of Jensen Beach John Massey! both of Green Bay, Hill Memorial Cemetery. one was held negligent as students a group to H The export---value---of--Americana art.

Mrs. Nil Pearl Ford officiating Wis.Rosary I he outcome ul .. suit and counter- Council Convention a t Tampalast I 0" d \ to underdeveloped tree A portable cane powered
seventy- Friends may call Wednesdayfrom ( was said Monday eve BASIL BUNNEL: BUK.YSIOE suit between the Florida East weekend. world countries last year amounted electric typewriter\ recharged
resident of Stuart Trailer I
two, a ning at 8:30: at Yates Chapel, Jensen I Coast Railroad and Mrs. Lou E. from household outlet
7 9
Park, died in Martin Memorial to p.m. Basil Bunnel Burniide, fifty- The group included: Skeetz Ty- I to $7,500,000,000./ any
Beach. Funeral Mass was readat (,ilbert of Fort in Martin -----------
Pierce --
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four, a resident of Route 1 I. Hobe I
Monday, 6, aftera .
St. Joseph Catholic Church of .
Circuit Court
last Thursday.The
died II,
short illness. A native of Ravens. MRS. MERILIU A 1T Sound, Saturday April
Stuart Tuesday at 9:30: a.m. Burial '
railroad sued Mrs. Gilbert
Memorial A'
wood, W. Va., the had lived in thisarea Mrs. Merilda eighty-six, in All Saints' at Martin Hospital.
Wyatt was Cemetery in native of Sabinsvillc Pa., he had for damages aa result of a collision -
for the past: seventeen years. of Mango Lane Jensen Beach died I Jensen! Beach. Pallbearers were: lived here for the past two years. I of an f'EC train and a flower
She was a member of the Vienna Wednesday. April' 8, at her resi I Roy Heppe, Jack Kuhn, JosephGabriel He had been a winter visitor to truck owned by Mrs. Gilbert on I RE-ELECT
O.E.S. of Vienna, N. Y.,
Chapter dence. A native of Canada she A. E. Morrow Thomas Hobe Sound for several years. i June 12 at a Hobe Sound crossing. I
and a member and past noble had been a resident of Jensen Wood and Colonel A. Davisson.DR. Mrs. Gilbert counter-sued the
grand of Rcbckuh Lodge of North from He I is survived by his wife Dorothy -
Beach for two years, coming
I I'.C: for damages to the truck.
Bay, N. Y. Detroit Mich. She was a parish- ARLOW B. IIIMES Burnside of HON Sound:
She Is survived by one son oner of St. Joseph Catholic Church. one son, Neil Burnside, of LeRoy Judge C. Pfeiffer Trowbridgc\
Dr. Arlow B. Mimes eighty- N. Y.; one brother, Eldon Burn- granted a directed verdict in the
George Edward\ Ford, of Canas- Mrs. Wyatt is survived by two
iota, N. Y.i; two granddaughtersand daughters, Mrs. Ethel Kroll and seven, a resident of Ocean Breeze tide, of Jupiter, his mother Mrs. suit brought by the railroad after ROY C. BAKER
seven grcat-grandcbildrcn, all Mrs. Mabel White both of Jensen Park died Friday April 10, at Maude Bement, of Jupiter; and Mrs. Ciilbcrt's attorney Robert F.
Martin Memorial McRoberts that the railroad -
Hospital A ,
of New York State.Funeral Bench, and one son, Gerald J. na one grandson.
tive of Fort Wayne, Ind. be had hud failed to negligence 1 1I
? Private funeral services prove
Mich. were
of Birmingham,
services were held I in Wyatt
been a resident of Ocean Breeze on the part of Mrs. Gilbert.
held in Johns Funeral Home
Johns Funeral Home Chapel on A said Friday eve-
rosary nine
Park for coming from
years The Mrs.
Friday at 2 ".m. with the Rev ning at 8 at the Yule Jensen Beach Van Wert Ohio. He Monday at 2 p.m. with Rev. I counter-suit brought by
was a member Walter of First Colbert went to a jury which took w
Durward K. Knight, pastor of Chapel. Funeral Mass was Saturday Jcsstip pastor I;
of the Jensen
Beach Com-
ii Methodist Church of officiating I fifteen minutes to decide that the
Stuart -
Southern Methodist Church of morning at 9JO: at St. Joseph munity Church I
Stuart officiating Burial was in Church in Stuart. Burial was in I railroad was not negligent.._ ,
He is survived by his wife, Zil-
Fern Hill Cemetery. All Sainti' Cemetery with Yates SHERIFFi
pha O. Himes, of Ocean Breeze
Funeral Home in charlie.J'RJ'K
LEWIS; WILLIAM: PRICE Park.funeral services were held on Minimum Floor Spaces in

Lewis William Price seventy W. RAUSCIIFrank Monday at 2p.m. at Jensen BeachCommunity
of 28 Karin Boulevard Hobe Hills W. Ruusch, sixty-nine, ol Church with I Rev. County Housing Clarified
Estates, died at hh home Tuesday, 64 Roberta Avenue, Jensen Reach Newton Tweedy, pastor of the t'
April H after an extended ill died Sunday April 12, at Martin church, officiating. Burial was in I
ness Born in London, England, Memorial Hospital. A native of Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Fort A clurificalioii of f minimum 'I deuce, will have a minimum floor
he came to the United States in Austria he came to America at Pierce with Yates Funeral Home floor space for resilience not area for each one-bedroom unit I
1919.He the age of nine and to the Stuart in charge spelled out in the Martin Planning of 600 square feet, exclusive of I of Martin County Florida in the i"
is survived by his wife, Mil- area seventeen years ago from Racine and Zoning Commission regulations utility s+s
dred Price of Hobe Hills Estates; Win. where he was an elec- MRS. JEAN W. SCHWARZ l was made by the Zoning carport breezeway or ". .'
------------ -- -- Commission at a special meeting room. Each additional bedroom
o Mrs Jean W. Schwarz, seventy- last week. I must have an additional 100 square I Democratic Primary on May 5 '

two, a resident of 320,Rivervicw The board! set the Reillence.I"single feet of floor area. ,
DOYLE Avenue died Tuesday! morning family minimum floor size I ,
April 14, after an extended illness.A The approval of the additions :,
at 1,000 feet, exclusive of
square I
to the code will become final alter
native of Chippewa Lake, Ohio, I 1964. "
breezeway, utility i room, or carport. '
a public hearing. the board will : _
i CONNER she had lived in thin area since i I "
RcsiJcncc-lA and R-I-A for
I 1 advertise the hearing at a future
1948. She was a member of Unity
Chapter No. 37, OES:: of Stuart single family now bus a minimum : dale.
of 1,000 feel exclusive of .
square I -- ---
ter and No.a past 3 OUS matron: of New of Delta York Chap City. breezeway\ carport, or utility room I 1 he I960) census showed that YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE

Commissioner She was a member of St. Mary's Residence-2 has a minimum of employed women numbering\ 'I APPRECIATEDI
Episcopal: Church of Stuart 600 i qua r e feel, exclusive of (HM,000, constituted; nearly one- !
> of She is survived by her husband, breezeway carport, or utility room third of the total civilian working I Robert H. Schwarz, of Stuart. Reldence-2.A.! two-family rcsi- popuUionin the United Slates !

/ AgricultureI'M Funeral services will ha held In

Johns Funeral Home Chapel on
r 'I hursduy at 2 p.m. with Rev. Nor
man K. Feaster, pastor of All
GRATEFULfor Saints' Episcopal Church of Jensen -
Bench officiating. Unity Chapter -
No. 37 OES will conduct graveside
ih. opportunity to continue serving services in Fern Hill Memorial. I

Florida's consumers and growers through: Friends may call from 7 to 9
p.m. Wednesday evening Q s'I s

INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, ferti-- LUDtuG S. ZEIJLNER' : I

lizers, seeds and pesticides; Ludwig S. Zellner, sixty-five, a a Ii i
resident of 820 Palm City Road y
MARKETING of Florida agricultural products; Stuart died in Martin Memorial II

PROTECTION of plant and livestock Indus- Hospital Monday, April 13, aftera
brief illness A native of Dingolfing -
tries against diseases and insects; Germany, he came to the I
United States In I 1928.\/ He was a bl
ECONOMY in government by working for member of the Catholic Church. I n +

teller efficiency and conservation as a Formerly of Buffalo, N. Y. he
Cabinet member. hud lived in this area for the past +, w i I
seven years f
.. (rd/ FolIlM AclrarllKaiMil) Ha survived by his wife, Grace
rI Zellner, of Stuart; one daughter, r.l

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0 Padded imlruiiiem panel front and bdtk'
so honored by Tiffany 8: Co. Mustang brings heel bumper!guards! N
IRREGULAR you 0 Full co..ers a Curved side glass I Front ann resnltilnrkeytslall /
the I look, the fire and the (flavor of( the great European -sinylinteiior! Heater[ (unleM ordered without) :
IColur"eyedwall.Iowallca'Iet.ng: a Parallcl-Ac onwind.hield"ipcn \ S
road can. Yet Mustang is as American as its )23 tg!1. f.o.b. Detroit also/ include these .Safety-Yoke door Utches \

name-as practical as in price. And J.just look at tcatures often costing! extra in other un: Front real!belt brakes(unleu ordered without) j
0 SixirtJ steering Khvel Self-adjusting!
all the wonderful features the price includes: 0 Cigarette; lighter 0 Glove box light 170-cu.\ .in.6-cyunder engine

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SPORTCOATSi Suggested] mail,I price. Definition .
charm from Detroit, options. Hale I
and local axes, and fm, If any are F;
i extra White idewalls $'3090 extra. f

of MM on Ford Minima. Mnd SI 00 lo
I i I i {ail Ili '" Minim* Offer. Inept N I, P.O. Box 95, ..,, v
'soy Mich. (user ndi Jut II. I'M)




Dacr.o and Wool LO\G: AND SHORT SLEEVE iI
)I.r..r.loM.rd.u 13o.d.sird
Free Parking SHIRTS
TROUSERS M( tang Was \'esn make the trip lo I alt bile lot more fun when. sun add convenience option bit ion your special| lute for elegance with there luxury option by deigning !your owe hot-btooded
designed tO these to your uiimlard Mtuiana: .Full. ports louring machine
98 lengthtonole a Tintedgiar : with thew
CIty $3. be x0. -ct1cntidtroO I -.. lighu between trontu \lnyl-covered i f exciting! Muttang performance I
designed S .
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2 pair $25 o. Ikluxed'up vent brluhoot opium;; .
a Padded IUD vicars root
Parking, mmmiMlon andttar .2lM)cula.V
3 for $10.00 by you t -t j ,
Power steering, .outsiderearview mirror I Ror1er pawl molding \uml paint stripe .4-npnd manual tranimiMon '
VALVE TO $17.95 Lot VALUES 1'0 $8.95 o Power braA.it speed elettric: wipers .Deluxe wheel coven with .Convertible with power. Rally tie (tachometer: and clock:!
FREE CUFF ALTERAIIONS DRESS AND SPORT STYLES SaWhitesiitewalltirn! w..hera umuhtrdkmxk-oahubs operate.ttopsndvmyl t .14inehwheelaandwm
Puih-biitloo radio I Tinted windshield .Air-U1 Oll<< _nail COlI.. .Heavfdduybatel '_"''III J


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SIIARI' (h ondu)NEWS Thuimliy AprU 16 1964 I-B

First National Continues To Gain!

. $4OO,89

In Interest Paid To Our Savings Accounts

And Certificate Of Deposits For JAN.


H $12,000.

\' Paid To Local Stockholders By Your Home .
>77'' Owned, Home Operated Bank. These Dividends ,
!/1' Are Paid Locally, Spent Locally f<1' ..

Staying Right Here In Martin County! Not

Sent To Some Other County Or State ,.;; .
Never To Return!

Make First National Bank-YOUR BANK!!
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It is because of YOUR confidence in First National Bank that we have been able to continue to grow with Martin County. If you are a
year-round resident,we hope to serve your banking needs all year-If you are a part-time resident we wish you a safe trip and look"
forward to seeing you when you return.

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M THE STUART; (Ha.' .) 'EnSnUNay, April 16 1964 sell: \enl I hundred season; i vkets -dr.. art ;,nl t.<\\l'rnment"e hi c ,'i,h re\ ew and I wsersl! of f our
y The resulting contribution to been the r.clr'Cl1h' of several fine panelists' ha\i han muted lo sup.pis -
I our treason is small but in terms programs for other c i \ I .1 SOCIETY
of community service to adults, u memorial collections of special" ,,, The allocated
td t books sro association:
Has Aided and of funds to .
Association purchasemore
Library I' ",""""able. "in Memoriam" volumes. fund W pravMe ..... ooptea of I
Several times during the year, I Our I the honks *o |nfmiarifwi. Sww. ,
the association: invites .*.- public community room a part we hope to take these programs
to library Open House Local of the 1963 building expansion: hodilv I to other pans of the coun- i
Growth Public HereEditors scale fifty people I is equipped with PlansFor
of Library author are ,honored on these occasions -, dark blinds and an 'adjoining l\. Installation
and also! at our annual kitchenette and One of our I 1964 objective isM
trulv lives to
mhmtMp meenaas. Our most'I up .
I its the asMato-Thual Md \s et-
not: Mn Warren encumbered to the County Com supplemental tervie" and programs reomt quest was Mr*. HeM A. name.meeting It it of In constant, demandfor .not to mirohaoe a fmc slide pro-
civic non profitpraps I ClubThe
retiring president of Martin missioners hit Martin County with volunteer fund and RiMfkm founder of Pepperidge sucfi as Audubon Sodrtv.i I lector With mind atuwltmtnt t and i Woman's
Courtly l hoary.. Auwtotwn, I ibran) Anociaiion, Inc.'FriendsIf worker Farm Bread author of a recent' I I Ii Stamp Club. Secretarial Assocla: 'I i, to atyilre wilor s4Mrs of (great
made the following report for ( the Lihran" We have an up-to-date, I bookmobile i unusual cook book and a new resident .- lion Garden Club and Conservation painting+. sculpture and archilec
the March issue of the Florida The ground was a gift from an I which visits every part of I of Martin Counive '. Committees Library Board lure Special: showings will be \\omans Club of Stuart J, Donovan 287-467"1 (tilk, I
State Libran. New teller While individual and the 1955 building the rountt\trv week and our \\ have arranged a series of meetings, association activities. planned in co-operat with the will hold its installation luncheon he welcome.
there \I 1no counts !public h. "ft* ***! addition and 1%) en !overall annual circulation of J4. dimmer storv hour for children children story hour and book public sehtxils I \\'.dit da\. April 22 at the club The three prize WInI1lIl
bran. there was a !public li- .Mawbn *w finance) by conlribuMtsi (OHO) books I' I 114.6<*> to 9 lfl cardholders ill co- rcration with the Junior reviews. These firm eight cars have 'been I building from this club at the rC"'Il ul i I I)
bran maintained 1"\' Stuart I to Hie astiation from Unman Club and have provided Eight time a year we offer( to difficult and westing. Sow... the Chairman of t the Installation 10 Fine Arts Fesliv Lull I ,
\\\\omans Club for man \er several hmrfnJ "frifciHh." Our Association Volunteer Service hospitality! for large group of vis- the public evening of "Explornng Association of Friends seems to committee i n Mrs C, Earl Evans. 'exhibit at the luncheonAD
prior to establishment of the The .ttwanr hat a 'board of five within (he library" hM been icing teacher and librarians Books" Art association committee be in pomlion to further directits asftnled b\ Mrs Joseph Jarrell. I
c'unIY facility trustee* h>' the governor outstanding, at Ihe midi dk or \\e have assumed' the obligation makes selections! from :200or encrpi and. finances to aid Mrs. Dorothy Pierce, Mrs Clark I Ml( CIRfLFHf:
B, MRS. riCKFTTRRKN who anted the county UKntflhfe In performance: of other helpful of paying; the salary. of one staff more current fiction and non- the board of tfuofees. m makingof Schumacher and Mrs Jack Cole-j I \r HOnXPP IIOMt:
.funds in actual operation duties twents four hoiln a week. librarian and one half the expense fiction publications, I'O"tIhe ti- ur County Public! : Library an man. the installing officer ,
In l 19 m Ih'rela\ no "public: 1 Ii- !of the library with one trained thin relieving the staff for other of grounds upkeep tlein advance and a panel of incrwiiftjly inviting fountainhead Mrs Wells Tolsom, director of The monthly meeting Iu I I) ;
Circle of the FIN1, ,,
bran in all of Martin Count?. In .. librarian and a stag of m. tasks. I Certain shelve In the main I member t briefly reviews four or of learning for people of all ages District 10 of the Florida Fcdcra Adah I.
the four etn we have room ate reserved for special: collection : five of these selections I each and ad ;interests.. and in providing Clubs I dist Church of Stuart "d' I '
I 1464 we hae a tint seven-room I I The Friends Association of about Fm past > at t ion of Women s the home of Mrs Ru I'i ,,'
of World I Travel on such: subject as con1isevrauon meeting There for a greater wealth of source malenal I It made by at I' I II I Idapp
building, on a veil located J films nd lecture for which we I gardening sailing ves I the lively dncuMwn winch follow t to encourage adult cducation With Mrs. W on on <<
ClI't block the whole presented un-1 1 alto flan and activate the / Monday. April :20! 7.Plans,
II ... ---I!. c.: April
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--- VJult tMucatlon'?"-Our alto < for the joining .?t I ,,
', ciation fo MK>er workers and circles. were discussed, ( u'I'1'0'' .
I II rectors are the adults who Engagement t lion was !stressed in the 1 pll.1 ,I I
I received the most t liberal" di'l the future. Mrs. Jolly BOll"' I
} ; tion" awe have been Mrs Frank Kramer hud I ,I I
in watching our library users Announced of devotions. Refreshment
i crease from 300 to almost one.half served..
aI of the total county population! Mr and Mrs R. E. Shoals Jr, ----- --
TO: meet this reader explosion, Port Salerno, announce the engagement
4r.1oi; I we l have had! to "/bore up'' on such of their daughter, El- 4)). f
I \ subjects: as "Civic Co-operation" w>n Darlene Reaves, to William '
I "Organization;' Finance" "ConstrucUon J Connelly Jr, Vero Beach rVery h
DAIRY I ." Purchasing"" and "Institutional Miss Reaves attended Martin )

I, But our Housekeeping major field Is" "Meet- I A
i j ing Vital Needs and through our I \4
endeavors hope to merit a cum I
: CPcCIALI''i i laude degree of Creating More f .
:: Good Library Services for .More I "eft'
l "f 1.i I People I f I I

Miss Cu"anGraduating

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::1 ,: ,> Personally

J ,." OFFER > '
1 Yours
; Miss Barbara Ann Cur ran ,
,I daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bert
< Let skilled kl)lists" shape u i
::1, > }:: ('urran.I ill graduate from Flori
Hairdo lo flatter farr
'::1 U emonadet da State University, Saturday. April match jour mood jour crate: : thai
: I 18, with a bachelor of science de. special occasion:
I gree in elementary education. For
the past eight weeks!, she has been

I' ) t School interning, West at Central Palm Beach.Elementary :- Pelican -

il iO Jngl9dl! }: Miss Curran was graduatedfrom MISS REAVFS I
t Ij Martin County High Schoolin
: 1960. She attended Palm Beach County High School and is presently -' Beauty Salon
Junior College from which she employed by t the Recall
: : !1l EACH received the associate! of arts degree Drug Store in Vero Beach Her Evenings by Appointment
\0rapegde HALF GALLONS in June 1962 She entered fiance is a native of Rosedale, NY '

III I Bell., and Telephone is employed Company by Southern Myrtle Clark Claire Scranton

215 OSCEOLA AT 7-3484
I The wedding will take place on
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I II at the regular price i i'II iI I f mgr ualti,


JJ A t Don't mm out oa tbh special offer! For just 9c you can

I'II 'i L9v c.I *11 get a urge half gallon of yow favorite Alfar-Bontwell 1 I

II fruit drink when you purchase any Alfaf-Boutwell Ice -.-4',
Cream lilt Gallon at .the REGULAR PRICE When .-: t,
I thru APRIL 181 ..
!ills II! you .buy thai. combination you SAn: JOel! Regular 39c
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Refreshing and Good Tasting Florida State University in ScpIcmb. -
ALFA9 191>2. where she belonged TO
,r ALFA to such professional organizationsas
ROYAL the National Education Association
't 'z BOUTWELL /H i '11"1"1:1: fLDAtRH'C. dPdlt4. I Florida Education Association i I

'aI'InWat f' the Association! for Childhood ; QUALITY SERVICEHEADQUARTERS
Education. International, and'to '
1 DAIRY INC. VITA.FLAKn the Newman Club a church organization I

A machine for destroying cot
ton boll weevil larvae has been
Tk. ntra ni.hin6 ..ira ftawful lute el Allan I designed. Fallen flower buds are ,
black .. I
wanufSAVINGS B t D.irr VII.-Fl.li. Buttermilk I. nmUr 41.I IItnmt
the breeding places of the weevils for
I m rdl r Amt II ku "l lrI
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...U Mk. It.FlIll the buds and larvae

e treat of/ "Coot" Eating Pleasure I Service. .

ALFAikimnvj i.Dwn I While You WaitSEE

"\Co. rs
W'* use only the facet. Beaded Mack .aa"! 1st oar delightful PALM EACH SWISS
Renal Flack W abut Ic* Crtam. If )m like creamy good Ice cream p,5xa
awl lots of Bits jcmll really fort this Ice cream. Get a half 79c CHOCOLATE ALMOND CNEA51 ,
gafloa today and ate 20c. DAVID WATSON Service
Ul .4. WuMj WivoiUi mat <*k Wrl Paka IU.k Wailim Mgr.AT .
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through APRIL 301! Reg. 99c $1.29 11.1.LLO

I Your Li"tol".l1 trttlrJ'.Comel Dealer


I LFASOUfWEil Available From Your ALFAR BOUT WELL 1 Joan or Ralph Bates

Milkman or at Your Friendly Free Pick-up for and Delivery

ALF AR BOUTWELL Ice Cream Dealer .

DAIRY ,INC. lac.Otadvafi. ond Former MERKLEMOTORS
Special Aiutaitf toULAMonwy '


Nutmeg Sundries Sundries Stuart Drugs Jupiter Sundries ,* 24 Yon .f law and
I Pi09i..siv. Public Swvic
Center St. & Old Dixie
U.s. No. 1 AlA Highway
I FORT PIERCE L. Owl for for....!
hnpmn. l 'eg.&cmo.
II'' St. Onge Market Country Store Henry's Western Mket. 1

i iI AlA Highway AlA Highway 1120 Avenue D I I ''*.Now. FtMUo fcrni Public* a Owhimw UtJM INC.

Call AT 7-2464 for Regular Home Delivery.i r Ii Bill 305 N. COLORADO STUART. FtA.28M214 .

I \ Fast, Efficient, Economical Service


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100'fm BONn STAMP
-' A $10 ORDER
Coupon tfood April 16. 17 18
AGEQ U.S. CHOICE BEEF (Limit OM t*Aill CmtoMr)



CHOICE USDA U.S. Choice Western L azy Aged AtKllldrfd'\\'lIhTheP1InhOr I 3-lb.No Coupon Ground' Nc rewnry Reef,

Coupon C.HH April 16 17. UCHUCK

ROAST ,( ,

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\ 'p ) .' "Z I I'ROZFJVHONEY:
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lb. BUNS 4"* 99cSillRl
\ 1 : : ? SPINACH 8 PKGS. 99c
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U.S. Choice Western Lazy Aged ;

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Roast Lb 49 LI HIT C
Rib Half Lb. 39c RATHS BIACKHAWK SUD' ft 1 1 19
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Loin Half Lb. 49c Bacon Lb. 5 9c u I QT.


Chops Lb. 59c Pork LoInLb.49c M En. L G GMITsOlENDOZ.. 27cb


,1.-(, : CHOC DROPS 2'u' 8 9SlltRFINF < OLIVE OIL AJAX RK;. NO.1
S. -i.-" _--r.;;=:: -" PURE PKAMIfBUTTER 16 OZ. CAN 79 2 _S._ CANS. 99


TomatoesFLORIDA 9 LYc CAKE MIX. 3 BOXES 89 PURr:VICFTVBIF NOR 1111RN.: lUNCIIFON WJalle or AwortrJBulhroom /

BIBB JARS 8 9c 22 OZ. 65 20 BAG 18.8 9



Plastic Ware Sale

DOZEN 29c sET OF 3 .I

2 SET OF 6
1 Monday thru Thursday 8 tun.to 6:30: pjn.
PLASTIC GLASSES 59c Friday 8 a.m.to 9 p.m.Saturday 8 a.In.,to 7 pjn.


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<-B TIIE STUART (Fla.t NEThnr.da' \ptil \I6, HM needed but (his cannot be done until .
of) the age.child is at least three yean I Scouts Enjoy

PORT SALERNO NEWS Financial was obligation BNMimed by for the this Florida operation Riptide Show ,

Crippld Children's Association! ,
!MRS VICKY rROSK, jxwNtart A I' 7-20H3 a slate-operated association: that Troop 80 had! a most enjoyable r
lakes care of children, born with outing Saturday night, when the i
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crippling defects:. until
: they are
the of their
scouts put profits
twenty-one years old!
cookie sale to good use by goingto
The Phillips are most grateful
6-day-old Baby Safe
for the wonderful treatment they see the Riptide Players' performance -
received from all and wish to of "Mistress of Mcllyn ai

thank Martin Memorial Hospitalfor the Little Theatre in Stuart.

After Heart Sureenj the oxygen equipment and The girls had been working 4'-' ,
: nurse, Mrs Foster, who accompanied -
the child on its trip to wurd achieving their troop dramatics
Gainesville. budge and this gave them
A Port Salerno baby w report- until Uw was taken to Ciainesville' the opportunity to complete one
At April Dawn is do
id to be recovering satisfactorily Stale Hospital, where was
surgery ing well at home surrounded of the credits necessary: girls
t from open heart surgery, perform* performed
showed enthusiasm for this type ot
an adoring! family. There are two
ed when she was only I tux day !Mn hole and the fine
According to Fhillips a elder sisters and two brothers to entertainment acting
old. was cut through" the (tissues of the keep her amused. ability of our local artists, and are
I rhe infant is April Dawn, fifth baby's heart because: the heart looking forward to another play. a
child ol Mr and Mrs. John We all join In wishing her the
Phillips vaNes had become crossed, and Accompanied by Scout Leader
and! healthiest
who weighed; in at seven blood was being l pumped into the brightest future Mrs. Vicky Prosk, Mn Margaret
pounds. ten ounces when she was heart wrongly! depriving the Kahn and Mrs. Josephine Shelton
delivered at Martin Memorial Hospital lungs of needed CIVIC CROUPPLANS ;
oxvgen were: Scouts: Diane Carey Beverly
on Monday. March 16 She is staled! to be the youngest SUPPER Gaughan, Corey Donn, Margo
Due to a heart defect, the childwas baby to survive this type of opcr- The Civic Association will holda Prosk Cheerio Phillips, JoAnn
placed under oxygen eighteen anon Mrs. Phillips was told covered dish supper at the civic: Shelton Paula Hite, Patty Scurry: >: -
hours after her birth, and a heart that only five oilier people have center on Thursday, April 16 at Nancysue: McPherson, Brenda Wilson I- MRS, VICKY PROSK; far left. and Mrs. Margaret Kahn' far right; the Riptide! Players production ol Mistress ot Mellyn lasi '....u,.
pump had to be used on her, bothat survived this type of surgery Fur. I 6 p.m. A program is planned to Carla Haarala, and! Vickie with members of Port Salerno Girl Scout: Troop 84 who attended day nightJunior. I
that hospital and at her home, ther corrective surgery will be follow the supper. Thompson
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I Iibiscus Park Group
Leaguers I
Patrol Plans To Beautify

Have Own ParkToo I.asl week the monthly meeting

There is Boys late for spring training this of the Hibiscus: Park Civic A,,".

year, but !soon to be available for elation war held! at the community
for Parents taking children: to scheduled! games, will be a new room of the First National Rank
school: last week and this week ball park for Port Salerno Junior of Stuart. The committee on the
Substitute may have noticed a change, for
Leaguers to play on.
1 there are now fourteen girls doing Richard Ault, in charge: of our spaghetti supper held at the Coral
Ho patrol duty at crossings, instead! of junior team, in conjunction with Gardens Bowling Lanes, reported

SeniorityEXPERIENCE boys Fred Bell, county engineer and a very good turn-out A handbag
The girls have been clamoringfor Tom Crook, school superintendent, made by Mrs. August Thornqimt t
a chance at this job and it was has arranged! to use! part of the was disposed of and the proceeds
decided! to give them a try. They grounds of the elementary school |put into the beautification fund
had permission!l from their parents as a ball park Appointed to the committee for
and! were trained by Patrolwoman This will i be the first time in beautifying the entrance I to the
Mrs Norma Stone. Salerno history that our boys have park are: S. Masullo! Jack. Ross,
The boys arc taking the opportunity had! their own park. Previouslythey Bolt Keeling, Stanley Forrester
to come: to school a bit lat- have used! the park opposite and! George McDonald!
er than when they had patrol the Church: of God!.
work to do. Meanwhile the girls Randy Fisher and Principal: Walter KtRSON,VIS
are to be commended! on their Peterson surveyed! the layoutfor
good work the bases and the Florida Power Visiting with Mr. and Mrs John
and Light Company donated Phillips are her sisters Mrs Ruth
the light poles and backstop poles. Tyer and! Mrs Sue McLcmorc,
j Saunderson Tells The park will be maintained and from Miami

ANDKNOWLEDGE .operated by the county, which will
''tyi About Road PlansThe foot the bill for bases and field | George Palmer returned last
r, equipment week from a t two-week visit with
a rW his family in !Mount Salem N. 0
In the too-distant future it
,: His brother T. A. Palmer.
topic of discussion for the i is expected bleachers and! lights accompanied
him and will for
Chamber of Commerce meeting I for night games will he added! remain avisit.
George has been show
y_ yf s J 1 on Thursday night at the firehouse :Baseball fans may look forward our local of interest and inl j
sl } ? the and I to being there points
s was building improving games played in Sunday! they motored Miami
of roads in Martin County about three weeks. Happy home to

Primarily of interest t to this I runs, Junior Leaguers! Visiting with the Jack Valentines
area was the subject matter of last week were Mr and Mn.
ks Commissioner Jack Saundcrson's Scotten Family AI McLean of Riviera Beach and
I 4,, talk. He informed the group that Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Mclain Jr.
Holds ReunionVisiting
funds have been allocated in the of Floral Park N Y.

"I 1 believe that Martin will be of maintenance Road Department budget to of widen the State A1A I Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mr artd Mrs Bob Keeling of
County one through Port Salerno to the full Scotten: at their home on Barcelona : Hibiscus Park entertained Mary,
Avenue over the Easier holi Julie and! Rose Kelly of Ormond
widtbot feet,
right-of-way & ty
s .. and also! to resurface St. Lucie days were Mr. and! Mrs J. Warren Beach, last week.

the most outstanding growth areas in Florida I Avenue from U. S. 1 to A1A. is the Scotten:brother of of Wabash P. J. Scotten., Ind He Also visiting the Keelings of

New construction will take in A family reunion picnic was Hibiscus Park this week were '
the Pratt & Whitney Road! from !liven in their honor at City Park Terry Crawford' May Appel and
Stale Road! 76 to the south coun- m Lake Worth, which forty-two Arlene French of Long Island N
, Jr in the next 10 years. Sound planning of Tour I ty line, and preliminary planning members of the family attended. Y These ladies had! worked with
and rightof-way for the Salerno During the evening they received Mn Keeling when she was associated
ocean bridge. Under! discussion is phone calls from sisters residing with the telephone company
4 I the placing of stop signs at strategic i m Wabash and Lagro. InJ They in New York.

Industrial and Agricultural economics is locations downtown and are enjoying the fishing and good Mr and Mrs Robert
possibly converting to diagonal
weather as they left 1 Indiana in a
of Miami;
parking downtown in the near heavy snowstorm. spent the weekend visiting

"''T:( :: the level. and I will make future. Those! who attended! the picnic H. his Flanagia parents, Mr. and! Mrs. C.
-.s 1 essential in state were: Mr. and! Mrs P. J. Scot-:
VFW Auxiliary Has ten. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mar Mrs Helen Kafafian of Bethle

Successful chant and daughter Lana, of Lake hem Pa. and Mrs. Henry Kop}
Party Worth, Mrs. Tura King and! daughter sleeky of Perth Amboy, N J.,
effort to that growth comes. Robiin, of Lake have
every see The Veterans of Foreign Wars Park; Mr returned to their respecuie
: and Mrs. David Livingston and homes after ,
1 Auxiliary held a dessert-card par a most: pleasant sUy
ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs sons. Scott. Brett and Gregg of I in our community
Lantana, Mr and Mrs. J.
O Scot-:
Fd! Moran In Hibiscus Park
on ten and children, John Sara Beth Mrs Ruth Stacy has purchaseda
April 7. Co hostess
Tuesday night Joe, Grace, Dclores and Darien fifty-foot trailer and moved it
was Mrs. Margaret Kahn. of Lake Park; Mr and Mrs Jack next t to her daughter's home on
A beautiful ceramic Buddha! Thomas and daughters, Susan Ninth Street. Mrs Stacy is the
COUNTY statue made! by Mae Papsidero Joy and! Betsy of Lake Park; Mr. mother of Mrs. Carol Haarala She
BRONSON WILL BE BEST FOR MARTIN was won by Mrs. Dale Weed. and Mrs. D. L. Hatfield and! sons. lives in Massachusetts, but like
Others attending! were: Mr. and Allen and! Stephen of West Palm to spend! the winters here.
Mrs Y. A. Koban. Mr. and Mrs. Beach, Mr and Mrs. James Keller
William Van Clief, Mr. and Mrs. and son. Fric, and Mr and We regret to state that at the
1rl) Bron n'i seniority In the lorida Legislative Council Health and Welfare Committee: Bunking, Citrus Fruits, Claims, Con John Arra, Mr. and! Mrs. Dale Mrs. Glen Zook all of take Park time i of printing. Frank Simmons
Senate makes him II most tffiellvt stitutional Amendments, Finance and Weed!, Mr and! Mrs. Ralph Maganne. and! Mr. and Mrs Thomas Re for is at Martin Memorial Hospital 1
Judiciary and Law Reform Committee 'taxation, forestry and Park, Game Mr and! Mrs. Charles A. hard and! children: Tommy and him tests and observation. We wi>h
person representing !Martin, Count ri Bond Investigating Commute and Fresh Water fish (chairman), Carlxtrom, Mrs Susan Bott, Mrs. Jeanne, of Bonita Springs. a speedy! recovery.

At present, Brwison .b smlng on Personnel and Retirement Committee ual.latheIlUIallement! and Population Marie Grefe, Mrs. Katie Hcilfurt, Osceola Street Southern Methodist
seven Interim connnitlrcsi C'oiiiimntul Code Committee (vice-chairman), Drainage and Mrs. Elibabeth Sims, Mrs. Elsie BLACKIASIII.Y: : Sunday school holds! a covered -
Bronson bus served on 137 commit' Water Conservation (vke-thalrman: )) Burrough, Mrs. Anna Stehlick, ARE NEW RESIDENTS dish supper Wednesday, April

Fish and Natural Resource Cum ten m the Legislature. Some of these Oil and Natural Resources and Rules Mrs. Elsie Booth Mr. and Mrs. We would like to extend a hearty 15 at 6 p.m. An invitation is extended
Arthur Edclman Mrs. Nick Prosk,
Agriculture: Committee (chairman) mitten arcs and Calendar Margo Prosk, Mr and Mrs. Bob welcome Blackman to Mr and Mrs. E ('. to all in our locale.
Mrs Grace Hall. Mrs. and children, Libert Mrs Charles
Keeling Susan Beckman of the
Grace Conine, Mr. and! Mrs. C. residence Craig have takenup Bcckman Apartments on U. Sis 1
Smith Mr and! Mrs. J. Baker, Mr. on Sixth Street. in Manm Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
They have
and Mrs. O. E. Cadwclt Mr. and from Cora I
SERVING ON EVERY MAIN COMMITTEETO Mrs. M Casserly, Mrs. U Slater, Gardens to be near Blackman'business. : and Mrs P 1: Scotten have
: He been
owns the Port
Mr. and Mrs C Dassanee, Mrs. Salerno entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Conrad Mrs. W. Carr, Grocery in the downtown area Albert Maddern. and! Mr. and! Mrs
and at present is enlarging h i lewis Clark of Six Lakes, Mich.
Mrs. R. Guthrie, and Mr. and
THE BENEFIT OF MARTIN COUNTY Mrs Charles BoUt store. I and cousin: Cape of Coral.Scotten: Mrs. Clark is a

Winners of the door prizes were: BIRIIIIMY SURPRISE KR
Mn Stehlick, Charles Bott, J. D. \RG\RET k\IIN (Please turn to Page 8-B)
Baker. Margo Prosk, C. Dessanee Mrs. Harry Kahn was I
and! Ed Moran. A decorated cake pleasantly surprised most
by a birthday!
made by Msr. Nick Prosk! was won party given in her honor by her CHUCK'SJl SERVICE
Mrs. Bolts Proceeds from these
by granddaughter, Margo Prosk,
i card parties go into the Auxiliary' Saturday afternoon. on I P:..i'. STANDARD M..b...

.. general fund. Guests enjoyed a birthday! cake I n tirq D.qe
and! refreshments and games
We are happy to report that wenplayed
with prizes given to the 287-5019
Deputy Sheriff Jack Curry is recuperating winners.
in Martin Memorial i Attending Owned by Chuck StiUwell
were Mrs. Leon
Irlo Bronson Is A Hospital From an operation on his Conine, Mrs Charles Conrad!. M r. Port Salerno
hand.! The injury was caused! when and Mrs. Nick Prosk
Harry Kahn
Martin County Curry cut the nerves and tendons and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moran. Service
Ranch Owner BRONSON on hill finger, when glass broke. Open 7 days a week _

as he was closing: a door. \'OUTII CHOIR TO SING 7am. 8:30 p.m.I .

I Ie Is AcquaintedWith COMIU91 (AU The Christian Youth Choir will I ---

I Martin sing at the Billy James Hargis I t tI

Christian Crusade at Stuart Youth
II J CountyProblcl1ls Center I

There will be a two-day seminar -i
but our local group will jmg

I JACK'S GULF on Tuesday night April 21 The c... .......
public is invited to attend. The C.. ..a. oral
i Why Trade Experience;;... For An ExperimentPaid STATIONAll meeting is scheduled for 7 pm. UNDER MANAGEMENT Of

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5TH Srrr| Guaranteed Mr. and! Mrs. Jack Valentine Cap ToUy Eng.br is a
Political Advertisement) have been
( Jack SaondenoB Ow.erAlA entertaining Mr and Salerno .
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DIxie Whip lopping 10z.Lan 39 Krafl's Cracker Barrel Cheese 25* c.pry1c.pry
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116-D ITU STUART; Tlfl.( ) NEWS: !; Thursday April 1C, 1M4 ._! ne"nsalrxrlraaa." ':!'!'" ,r ,... ...... Mr. and Mrs Don Lee from

Palm Springs. Calif., are visiting
Ocean Breeze Park News here.

JENSEN BEACH NEWS M... Roiy Enfield, Correspondent I Mr. and Mrs Clyde Rettmgcr
held open house. Thursday' afternoon

READ DIGEST MRS. IIn'RT.EllQ'lIAN, Correspondent. AT 7-17** at their home on Almond

a... Mr Don Shirkey bad the miffornine bleu playjng. Prwas. went to Ella Street In honor of their thirty-fifth
to trip an a rill and brc
her arm in three placer recently champ Sam Eusy, Rose Shrincr to tender t their i best
Lions Present Slate She is Improving nicety,
I Margaret. Fftgar, Charles Patterson wishes.
AND CONSIDERTHE Mr. Maria Mora h from Massaehusctu -,
I and Charles Matthews Harry) Several from Ocean Breeze attended .
hat gone home after Haar was host. the dinner

For May 6 Election being here for the winter I by the Tourist potluck Club at Stuart. given as
: Mr. and Mrs. Mat Smith. are
Mm Bill Bessemer entertained' the Franklin it was the last meeting. of the season
spending summer near
her bridge club Monday afternoon.: N C.:and will, be back m ear .
I The following slate of officerswill i prised Chaser Homan' Wallace The winners were Val MacDonald I i ly autumn, John Corliss had to return. to
I he presented to members of I Fletcher, William Weiss, Elmer: Vincle Scamehorn and Roxy Enfield Martin Memorial Hospital for further -
'the Jensen Beach Lions Club at the DeWitt and Harry Jennings Mrs Bill Downey had a farewell treatment' Mr. Book and Bid

April I M meeting at Seymour's. The election of officers will be Mr and Mrs Harry Miller have I Ipurcha..ed party' in honor of MM Eric Biddinger are in the hospital, too.
President Ed Schmidt, first vice held at the regular dinner and mobile home on who I is leaving soon for the sum
a new
president. William Yurillo: second meeting on May 6, and the installation Fifth Street. mer and will go to Germany fora Ernie Van Arsdale has goneto
CONSEQUENCESOF vice president, Frank Williams; on June t 17 :I visit with relatives there. Refreshments his home in New York for the
third vice president Martin Wahl; Other coming events. include the Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Reid were served and the summer.

I secretary' Wallace Gardner; assistant cabinet meeting in Belle Gladeon after spending the winter. here, have guests" played games Mr and Mn Clyde Dryer from
secretary, Ed Miller; treas April 26. It is cmpcrative that gone 'to their home in Cedar Rapid Mrs. Fred Schmcidcr entertained Reading Mich., have> been visiting
urer. John Larson; Lion Tamer, anyone wishing to attend this meet. Iowa. II for MM. Fischer Thursday afternoon Mr and Sirs Orville Beem.
FOUR MORE Seymour Gideon; tail twister, Virgil should notify the secretary: Mr. and Mn Luther Weeks with, Mrt. Fischer's houseguest
Wilson, two-year directors, UomcrArcbamheault Wallace Gardner, Gordon Gams from Sarasota
by: April 24 I have returned from a visit with I attending, as well as Irene ':
and Frank Forshcrg; May 21 through 24; the Lions her sister and brother-in-law Mr. Wahl, and her sister' Mrs. Nuss, spent several nights. with his mother
one-year directors Harry Heritage, State Convention. will be held Richard Carroll( and Bud Sieg. Hollywood and the forty-seventh Mary Adrean and Rose Doeney. Street.
The following/ have been select International Convention. will beheld West Refreshments were served and
YEARS OFONEMAN ed to act as assistants: assiMarttreasurer. in Toronto; Canada, July I Other returnee' are Mr. and I! games were enjoyed by the guests. Mr. and Mrs Charles Marquardhave
returned their home
Chester Homan; assistant 8.11.The Mrs. Bill Rose, New York: Walter t n
I .tail twister' Harold Jamison, previously announced pancake Cumin, Mason, Mich, and Mr. Again 'the park has been sad Battle Creek Mich., after several
I and assistant I Lion Tamer Harold "' breakfast has been .postponed I and Mrs Dave Sturrock, Govern. dened, this tune by the sudden weeks here.
Baker, '' and will be the first project of the or's Island N HMn. death of Dr. Himes, formerly from Mr and Mrs. Orville Bcems have
I 1 I he !nominating: l t committee com- new club yearing I Ohio, who was among the fir.tciti.cn
.. .. left for their home in Battle Creek,
RULE -- Bryce and daughter.. Nancy of the park about twenty
Mich, after spending the winter
and Mr and Mrs Mike Albright The
; years ago. park expresses sympathy here.
Jensen Women Group in from Coopcrsvillc, Mich., to his widow MM Gertrude
visited/ Mr. Jenny flanks and were Mimes.
Florida the Gulf Stream
accompanied home by MM HattieMen Don Teal has returned 'to his seems 'to have a pulse like blood
Party Monday at Sunrise InnAn el, who had spent .the season I .
here. home here after a slay in Martin in an arteryRENEW
The Citizens Committee Martin County brings to I Memorial Hospital and is progressing -- -
enjoyable party was held on Mrs. I Leafy Gardiner, Mri Roxy Mr. and MM. George Mengcl I nicely. ''
your attention facts which we believe you should know Monday afternoon, April J3 at' Enfield, Mrs. Dwight Kelly and I after spending the winter with MM. YOURDRIVER'S
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lord and
Sunrise Inn, sponsored by the Mrs Edith Hagcrstrom. Attractive Jenny flanks, have returned to their
before voting on May 5th about your' Commissioners home in Muskegon, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Nae Caldcr spent LICENSE q
Jensen Beach Women's Association I prizes were also given to high the week in Key West before leaving DURING fOUR
running for re-eleetion. scores at each 'table. The regular pinochle club played for their homes in New Hampshire BIRTH MONTH

Luncheon was served at noon I Co-cnnirmen for the party were at Clement. Hall with 'ten ta- .

In the main dining room, after' Mrs Marie Miller and Mrs Gus

WHITNEY Here are 'the true facts er, Mr James Rand, a believer 'which the ladies moved to the card Friednchs. MRS. EWING ENTERTAINS: / Where this emblem fe displayed
RIGHT-OF-WAY The electronics parts plant In Martin County's room alongside the pool to witness you are
i iI Sirs Emily R Ewing of Ocean
I recently' located' In Port Salerno future, Is no longer expanding I a style show of beach wear. All Saints Church Breeze Park entertained at a din. assured of/ the fittest insurance servicein ;

The uncontrolled and un came here because life development'! Modeling the attractive variety Names ner and card party Friday eve. the land.
businesslike leadership! our 'their chairman from Boston of seasonable styles were Mrs Delegates ning at the home of her daughter
county' luw had for the past \\II,.. Tommy F. Woods, on ArchStreet.
knew thl area for a number I Connie Haire Mrs Elaine Rhodes, Delegates from All Saints'. Episcopal .
four reminds us to .
seam Mrs Eunice Thum and Mn.
of)'eun. We know 'thatCommlwkmer Ann Church to attend the annual
tell of another. rlgM-of-way Guests present were: Mn. Ew.ing' -
Wat ha wall Originally Mr. W. B. Ill- Powers. II Conference of Churches of the : 1
tone Involving our Com- Of the 113 the followIng sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
present South
Florida Diocese' the Riviera
not Instrumental' In any way ton and Mr. James Rand at and Mrs Charles L Adams: .
miM.ton'1 tax'" were winners of door prizes' in
gamble wl.h. Motel Daytona Beach, April Dailey
I In helping thh firm wkcl disagreed on a right-of-way John Kain MM Myrtle ,
funds Here l II the story.. Mrs. Bertha Sewall, Mrs Phoebe 21 through 23, are Mr. and Mrs:
During Chairman Wacha's Stuart. The only other' In. In ol"lnIMr. Rand's development J Jxbaufih, Mrs. Edna Stromengcr, John Herrmann, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Walter Bacon
diiKtry' In Martin' County' to of SemInole f Shores. Sirs Florence Rogers, Mrs. Leah Henry Wylie and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Umbaur, Mrs Frank Har-
four years we know that I come In !List( year was 'the Our County. Commission. Woods, Mrs Margaret Hickland, Henry poring grave-Mr. and' Mn Roy Heppe, .N
$31,76247 bUll already been Ralph Ballou Mrs Mamie White
continued Mr. Tilton'i
Indluntciwn' Fertiliser plant.We
Rev Norman Feaster, of
pent and $210,000 enr. pastor and Mr Woods
which are not taking a stand' fight and brought/ a lawsuit All Saints'', will also attend the
marked for a road on new Industry, but' let's against/ Mr. James Randy OES Plans conference. NAOMI CIRCLE: TO MEET
used for Us
I may never be keep (he record straight. on Interests' And 'that .the On Wednesday' April 22, there The regular monthly meeting of
original purpose.Regardlcsi any incorrect. claims no that courts upheld Mr. Rand'i will be a luncheon for women attending Naomi Circle of Trinity Methodist W. B. TILTONSince
of what you : 'the voters' will not be fool dalins. DevpUe Ink and the Silver Tea and a banquet. that eve Church wilt he held on April :20!
have been 'told, the startling' I ed. We want' 'to rid 'the fail that thousands of dollars ning for all delegates at 7.30: p.m. at the home of Mrs

fact In that' Martin County' county' of our present polit- In county' funds had Mrs Harry Heritage' and Mrs Edith York on Sun View Drive. miINSURANCE

him no written guarantee I| kal nmihinc. Don't be been spent', a recommendation Samuel Rhodes will he co-hoMes- BAZAARjE IS NOV. 21 TJr. Tind MM.'. Frank O Hanson |
from Palm Bench County brainwashed by Mir present 'lit continue t<> spend sen at silver tea to be held,at the The annual bazaar, sponsored of Coconut Road, spent the
for the necessary right-of-' commission chairman. who county' tan money lo fight Heritage home en Nortti'Imtmn/ I 'h? All 3amU' and St. Ann guilds, April 4 weekend visiting friends, I AGENCYJENSEN
way to complete. the Pratt asks' 'to be re-rlrclvd' on hid Mr. Rand', clam hroiigli River Drive (1 I I I/1Oth miles north will be held on Saturday, Nov. 21, Mr and Mrs. AI Mucklcy: and ;I
A Whitney Koud.Ihb Industrial' record UK; higher' courts" was nonnested.' of the Jensen Beach causeway) instead of Nov. 23, as stated In I Mr: and Mrs Harry lies, in Mi.// BEACH AT 7-1411
wm confirmed byCosnmlelonen : Sunday afternoon, April 19. from, )Just week's paper. I I ami. I
IRS NOMF. Commissioner Miller up. 2 .to J. The public is cordially in- _=-______. L---=_ ____=-0_=---=-=== ___=
Suundirsonnd We ".he CUI/en'n/ [0".1 posed on rite bash. .that It vied: 'to attend. This affair will
Miller and by one of mittee of Martin ( .
'olln.y"I benefit
I wo not lo .the best interestrf Unity Chapter of the Order
I the Palm Beach County are against/ .the entrenched. of Eastern Star
CommlMlonen. on April 6. political' nmthliie In DM."' Martin County' as a whole Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Roberts
'In further. Mr.
Our Committee I I. nut op- No. 1 Jensen. of Jensen Beach, who are the
pied to the building of .this Rand and. his plan! 'lit develop worthy patron and worthy\ matron
PI.EASE: IIFLP US Seminole Shores-not of the Order for 1964. will be the
rood, only 'the Immature' andpremature
Give :Martin' County back to mention. Ihe cost of such honor guests.Honorees .
risk and giunhle
with county. fund MI 'typical to the 'taxpayers and voter. a trial. who have been. askedto DEAN TOOKER
pour are Mrs Oliver (Barbara)
of our {'ommJ."lon'l pmt VOIFIORrCIIRISKAlBSIMINOIF: Here IN how your commission Tcrson, Mrs, Arnold Tuttle both
four yean of arrogant' andboastful voted.CommLssionen' past: worthy: matrons of 'Unity

leade..hlp.Ikclde SIIORESRI.II14)1WAY Chapter Mrs. William Vaught and
on Chris Kalb now Miller, ion Edith Setterfield.
Brunrr and Illlamson voted '. Mrs. .
or accept the unwarranted' Warner B Tilton will offcr
biilkheadlng and zoning! Mr. Did you notice' In thenewspapers lo drop 'the case, the a prayer before serving is he-
court having declared Mr. gun, and several Rainbow Curls,
\Vacha has already f>pon or ,' ) thai Commissioner -
Rand's claim have offered 'their assistance wherever FOR
)Justified. FULL- TIME
ed, or causes 'to be passedby Bruner was appointed needed. : .
the Commission In the to contact Mr. ,lames Chairman Wachu and A musical program, featuring "

future. Rand to secure a rlghl-of. Commissioner Saunderson Jensen Beach: 'talent bus been arranged
May necessary: to attract a voted' to continue Ihe fight for the enjoyment of all r COUNTY JUDGE
INDCSfRY CAM: : $20,000,000 enterprise' calld against 1 the Rand Interests' attending i r1.4: ::
BY IISIM "E"tuary" to Martin with ill. additional cost to Mr. Heritage, evJcnds" a special
County. ? our county. invitation 'to the men of the area : -
The Commissioner from Do know Martin' \\e ask and will he on hand in the capacity I .
you I you to digest 'these i """ "'
Irnsen District No. 1 h 'County: already had a midllrallllon .!. fails and lo return the I needs. of host to cater to their i i EXPERIENCED ;

claiming port of UN record dollar project going county buck to all\ of 'the :

the credit for location which already him a fine people of Martin County, Women's Association .
new ,Industry In Martin murlnii and yacht club? or not )Just a selected few Practicing Attorney For 8 Years

County why we believe In develop. Vote fur Chris Kilih. Plans Bake Sale
4 Years as your County Attorney;
Jensen Beach Women' Association : :
Zoning and Board: of Adjustment
met on Monday. April fi,
Watch for Further Details IndividualMembers
Keep by I with Mrs Marie Miller presiding. r
Sw Familiar With The Problems of
of Our Committee I There were sixty women present '"
including one gucxt. A new t
County __
I % I' )
member, Mrs. Dorothy Tctlow, r

In Order to Correct These Abuses. Make a Change, was, Additional admitted. standing to the club.: chairmen t ..' e Pledged To Better Jail Facilities Q

named by Mrs. Miller were Mrs and Separate Detention for Juveniles
Remove the Doubt Hazel Heritage, food sale chairman U

torian., and Mrs. Zillah Rboads, his' M

VOTE FOR Assisting. Mrs Heritage at the' O Will Work With The School Au. A

April 2' sale scheduled: ,to be held A thorities and All Law Enforcement .
at the Jensen' Reach Bank, will he
Mn Bertha Seawall. rid Agencies to Insure Proper L

CHRIS KALBOf I Mrs.Hostesses Ivy Wahl for the Mrs afternoon Genevieve were I Handling of Juvenile Matters. I

I Ciahagen, Mrs Zillah Rhoads and U
Mrs. Joanna Brunning.BRO'f11FJpOD O Will Work for Better Recreational

Jensen Beach I R Facilities for Our Young People F

I The Men's Brotherhood of Jen- E Support

t DISTRICT 1 ion JJeach Community Church
will meet at 6,10 p.m. on Friday,
April 17, for the monthly.
Let's Have the Truth Eliminate Favoritism
and meeting DEANTOOKER'D

M.NNmtlMntrAM!',px4la" .. ::aPltal"
Paid Penitent' Adv.ra.m.nt 'by _
To all the wonderful people who
I; ', were so kind to me during my stay A Man of Proven Public ServiceTo
'al Memorial Hospital; to
COMMITTEE my many friends for all the beau
: I tiful flowers and 'cards; to the the Kshfenb! of Hot Sound and bttintowiu.. I

I arty 4 Inman rwI., rhirn.n nne 1Y.uune, St. Joseph Guild and the Jensen promise that (if I sun elected County Judge. .I>rlYtr'. Licenses COUNTY JUDGE
Vial O. Rln. .. a.wiar ..,. Beach Women's Association your
and any other license, will b* fold J., day etch
r Approra b, C.mpal.l ?_. .... at Ckrli K.lh for County CommUilnn.r.' DIMrlrt 1 kind thoughts/ will always be' re
j. 'iv; membered. week in lout sees In prier to save you the long roundtrip

I., Sincerely. into Stuart in order to obtain. these lIen. j ABILITY f fIft..d

fl' A Helen M .nt1'kJ1 ,
r 'olilleal AdT.rlUn.mt
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I PALM CITY NEWS : ,,; : .'.' "StTPEn.IHGIIT"'ESTFR TENDER SMOKED. . Full Shank Half 39c lb.I '

MRS ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5 J82 f I

Garden Club I Bcssant and ion Robert Con I I shank
ncaut Ohio called on the Meads '
en route home from Fort I auderdale '' portion C
InstallsThe .

arden Mr. ..nJIn.! Waldo Homan I t ,r ,
Huh of Palm City
left Tuesday for their home i n
met April 9 at the civic center with
twelve members present and Mrs. Boalsburg. Pa Ib.
. .
Susan N Icier presiding. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Pate.
Officers for the coming year New Port Richev. spent last week
were installed hy Mrs B.irbar* with Mrs Kate Humlcrlak Monday
1 l.vnt They arc: President. MmMuhcl night !Mr and Mrs Leon
Pinncv; first vice president. Speaks and Mrs Elizabeth !)>crs
Mrs Ruth Host: second vice president were supper guestsMr Whole or Butt Half Ham 1 lb. 45c
Mrs Jessie Moschell; third
vice I president Mrs Elizabeth and Mrs Charles Morganand
Patterson: treasurer Mrs Susan David Caudtllcst Palm CHUCK
Nvfclir: recording secretary Mrs Beach visited Mrs Anita White
(athenne Angcll and corresponding and family Sunday afternoon Special! Jane Parker DeliciousAPPLE
secretary Mrs! Inez Pinn y. ,
Larry Hume Tampa was a
!Mrs Nyfilir and Mrs Bout weekend guest of the Andy Zglmtckis I I
were chosen' to represent t the club .
at the Florida: .Federation of Gardcn ROAST 39ci
Clibs in lake Worth Ray and Jerry Zgl mcki spent
f Lunch was served hy the hostess t. the past weekend in Daytona' Beach
Mrs Ruth Blackburn with relaives.

summer The cluh to resume is disbanding in the fill for Then the M,.. Robert Payne Hard son. II
",1 meeting I is scheduled for I ewisburg Tenn.. is visiting her
Nov 12.Assembly. and daughter family Mrs Judson Mincur. PIE I S "SUPER.RIGIIT" LEAN FRESHLYOU

Mrs. Latitia fiillcspic. Mrs. Dan.
Has iel Panaro and !Mrs Andy Zglmickl G R N D BEE F ,I
left Monday morning for a week
visit in North Carolina with rcla :;;
New Minister OO

Rev. 1 I. H Daniel of Winter in Mrs Fort June Lauderdale Each spent and West last week Hoi 3 s 1.o Ih.:' $ } lb. 37 c 5 lb. pkg. $ J. 059

Haven Assembly is' the of new God minister'hurch of here the lywood visiting friends P lea IL ift Nlr

He and Mrs Daniel with four of Mr. and Mrs Frank Cox spent t
their five children. Danny fifteen five days camping in the Everglades .... . ,
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ar """' I f" nn wsw. J'If eawnawr"sr .t I WS "" 1 a .r .wrsrar wv1", .
Phillip eleven !Marsha eight and National, Park and visitingfriends /! '. .' ,..Y ItY4u'.r. W ft .,.f ;4*::J rr'. >Vr s I.A...i h'=t..a Vo" vYwp Ifat .Mk.'Mr',, "Y.,'w.:+Hrt. tA'. M i ',.r." ".. ."a,nM 1 s.W. ....Nw..,.,r.1.'' .,1 I
Randy five. are living in the par. in the Keys at Tavenier.

sonaee working! An older lighter i is away Mrs. Jessie Burrell is out of SPECIAL! ALI rA ORS UUIL' "Super.RlKht" Center Cut Smoked Choice Beef allforntii Super.RIgh1": Thick Silted
the and at the home of
spending Rev Daniel seven years comes in here home after mission her hospital sister Mrs I Lena Feigcl Ham Slices .... .. u. 79c Roast .. .. Ih.59c, Bacon 2'.95c
work in the Winter Haven Gay Jerome flew to Phoenix. ICE I CREAM
area He instrumental in building Ariz., Tuesday to join Mrs Jcr Dry Sal) or Slab By The Pine Only Qukk )rro/en Salmon Qukk I'ro/en Small Ocean
two churches there during that ome who has been (there the past t
time Prior to this he spent three Smoked Bacon 29c Steaks 69C 39C
two weeks .. u. Shrimp .. lb,
years in Virginia in the ministry
I&II BUILDERS: 1 : 5 5c -
Sccretaary of Slate Tom Adams /2 Ann Page Elbow Ann Page (reainy S..OhM (runihy Mi/olu Spulul
Mr. and Mrs Albert Irwin

Barbara Rochester ko/clka. N Y.. were cousins callers of Mrs last has 1.&H announced Builders. the Inc,chartering Palm City of .__.._._.____..____.___.__._----- Macaroni 2J; I:q. 37c Peanut Butter "t59c; Corn Oil .. I11. SSe
100( shares of common of no par .81818UI1I081
Tuesday value builders and contractors ,I .n j j601XTa Special! Ann Page Tomato Special! Ann Puue Fllow'Ihln or Regular Ililsey Bathroom
William Weir. Lonaconmg. Md. Incorporators are Mallory I.. John. rr _j 2i lot.: :33c I 37c Tissue 8 89c
spent two day with the !Myrlcn son Robert F. McRoberts Jr.. II :S Ketchup. .. Spaghetti k r, ... unify
Meads. and Mr. and Mrs Clifton Mary.V. Byrd all. of Stuart. '
---- C.u1.n.nd purchu ol I SpecIal! Ann Page Pure Strawberry Royal Castle AAP Qukk fro/en PolaluH
With this

1ft. INSTANT Our Own 3oJQJ /, Preserves 2''Ib,Jllr, 69c Birch Beer .. .. I. 39c Morsels I .. ... .. ,pl'a.19cI .
I.. I EA: jar I
Good thru Sit. AI'IIII. MI.4 It M
JILL RAMBIRIJuniorSenior \.. i .
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Set Friday May 8The I V.\. COUM.'"llnerli STAMPS."

OIL lib :
Junior-Senior Prom will beheld the night of the dance. 39I w
I As ,
8 the A hand from Miami i i the :I. MARGARINE ctn
at high
Friday .
school gym! the junior class un Rock in' Ramrods will play. The i. Good.Ihrv S.I.. April I*. Ml.4 It al *...:: :,\KI-ASI' 1RFAT VINE RIPFCANTALOUPES FANCY:/ CRISP PASCAL k a
flounced Friday drive-in movie theatre will he l ; : !.= j
I! :. !
IJie theme of the prom and open ull night, with an e\lrl-l(1nll -
the identity of the King and movie feature which will also he '- CELERYstalks .
Queen' will he kept secret! until kept secret :
Breakfast at the Elks Lodge : '
will he sponsored the next morning .rw-- .
SF.MORS PUN BANQUET by the members of that club.
A senior class banquet will beheld All juniors and seniors who are ..., llifft *l ..1 3 for 89c 2 25c '
at the Trackwmdi Restaurant I planning to attend the prom must B.llv L Crock.r.non, Coconut, Dark. Choc.*or
in Stuart on Wednesday, April 22 have their names and the names of Choc: Coconut I :
from 7 to 9. their dates in to Sharon West t. ,M CAMlib.3o/, JOMIXrS -
Only member of the 'senior! class !I Phyllis Smith or Theresa Krueger pkK, 401* I FRESH CRISP LARGE ICEBERG
.... _
will he allowed to attend and there hv Friday April 17 (Lemon .V.Iwt 11 ht dour
will he no charge as the class I Goad iii';
t" |
treasury will pay for it. Journalism Class ....-. nVacVit-K.H.'H. '
Plans Magazine ::- ==-: :::-:::: =-1 LETTUCE 2heads29

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Ice Cubes essay. short story,.poem, literaryor Ban RoIl-on- .. T. 98C CHAISELOUNGE
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the Room journalism 8 or to class any. member of I Score ... .. ..... 3r 79c : TOWELS ALCOHOL
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III TJrn cn;.laT J18..) mf\ of 101,t Aibornc, : Tif\ oars;

ThuriMtuv, April 16, 1964 triwpors\ trine Fort ( auiplull. K, i- WARRANTY DEEDS FILED II

bong; dcplotcu 10 li:in to 'parti :
James A Ausburn pale I in Lxeruse DELAWAR -
NullTh* transaction flfjrMHIvi I St Lucie Lands. Inc. C. El-
Now in ; Persian for courageoiiv >n brlue are mil'HU>U fim
"is a combined Iranian male. li "'11". lnnM, mxnd latl wood! Lewis. Lot 24, Sta: Cute
Exercise: d ''If al 110. rat* of x" INTRODUCING.
Army S mihUiry training exercise. designed trine" t""i "UO. In <'IUII'a where Harbor $2300
to improve I the dcfcnwj capu coiKldmatlon In nominal, oath. St Lucie Lands, Inc to Coral .
Army Corporal.1 James A Aus bilittes: of the Central Treaty Or: .a* .rrllnaumiimnnt or .Imllar. ....of, whur tru tn.hip. no' Gardens Construction Company
burn of MMillic HancockSluart ganiation (CENTO) of U S. money ol unifc. hand, stamps Inc. Lot 174, Sea Gate Harbor
is part of an Army brigade lidlaat. a mandatory minimum/
allies 1100 tnc.. $2400.
'''111IIII,1'1 wurwww Corporal Au burn, and other wher nwreTetampiri plaotd I Edith Shutt to William F. Sul I
on an Instrument than actual
paratroopers of the Army brigade value tramifnr, but ptrl. gcr Lot 6, Wilkie Subdivision of
C\RD will conduct a simul tied reinforce comptroller'a olflc.lnv lot 4, block 6, Jensen Beach Home-
To (hose who expressed their men! of Iranian forces in the. whirh I .tlKat I IBM> atampi tnoi.app.ar eamta to In sites $6,500Roger >
sympathy in so many beautiful Dtzful area. 1 he twenty-two-year have" bean eland than the tat I A. Simonson Jr to Wal ., d ,t +aw
warranted Th. News taken no
and practical ways during my re old soldier. d team leader in Company poniilbllltr tor tha itlraat-- ter O John Property in lot 1 ,
cent bereavement, I extend my B. 'd Battalion of the division .d valuation. Hanson Grant $27200Roger 1'1
heartfelt thanks \ I17th Infantry at Fort 3 A. Simonson Jr et al to
(April through 10))
Campbell. entered the Army in Walter O Johns Property in lot
Mn John Cucci June, I960 He IS i a I960 gradu R. E Wood to !Irving E. Dixon. 2, Hanson! Grant $46500(

r.rxwa.Mr1.'''r.rrrxt' ,,' .1 ate of Martin County:' High! _School Lot 9 and east 25 teet of lot 10, Robert G Subella et al to Mitch
ell M. Benedict Lot 35, Mobile >
block I, section I, Cocoanut Park Home Garden. $1,400. eeee ba.y.

SWIMMING POOL $I 0.000.North River Shores, Inc., to Flower Monterey Farms Flowers, Inc, Inc.Property to Smith in INR rn ,) e ,
Neal Kilbourne Lot 26, block
16, township 38 S, range
13, section 4, North River Shores 41 E 54,100.Michael .
Subdivision $3,000.
Donald Grant to Edward .
Paul Sicfkcr et al to Martinique D, Ethermgton. Lot 9. block i a '
OWNERS Construction, Inc Lot 10 and ;s, I Ik.krkra
: 96, 1 Island Beach Revised Plat No
north 38 feet of lot 9, block 42, 2. $55000

plat A. Indiantown. $100 E. C. \\archcim li> Louis. L.

1ST ANNUAL Martinique Construction, Inc Delano, m 'lot I, Miles ,..
to Timer Power Lot 10 :tbl f
Eugene or $12,900. ,fyr7; ,;r; J
OF and north 38 feet of lot 9, block I Frederick R Slater to Harry H r ... ; t J f
CUT RATE SALE 42, plat A, Indiantown $9000. Barthelmc. Lot 7, block I, Mann- ; ,
Frederick J. Ryan, individually .
tee Bay Subdivision $1,300 .e1 ...., F' .
and as trustee to Samuel J. Wish /
Howard E John .,
SWIMMING POOL CHEMICALSLowest Anderson to ,'t. ,'
half of 1
ncr The west one water. Borgen lot 17, Emanta $19000 ,
front lot 8, Port -Scwall $30000( ) .
Sluart-Martin, Inc to James A.

prices ever offered/ .. two Jays only Inc Scvenjcm to Sun, Inc Oil,Company and fifieenjtn, Land), Garvey Point. .$2700Eugene tot .3, block I, Rivet '
In the of and o a n
lying City Stuart
to Vincent War-
being tract Sevenjem
acks Lot 1 I. block 230, Golden
SUNDAY APRIL 18th and 19thWe Addition to the City of Stuart. Gate $1.800.
I $26000 Andrew Jackson to Kattar
Will Deliver Three 100-lb. Drum or Mure Scvenjim, Inc I to Sun Oil Company
Ameen Lots 10, 11, 12 and 13,
Lands lying in the City of '
block 9, Palm City Gardens $8-
HI-tLON.: 100.Ib. Drum $3100 I Stuart, and being m tract A of the 000/

Regular Prke $39.50 ..........,...... ....... SALE PRIlEII.T.II. : Scvenjcm Addition to the City of F Gerald Mjson to Paul P I IBellac
Stuart $I'.000. .. Lots I, 2 and 3, block 10, '
., 100-Ib. Drum $330" R V Johnson to Sun Oil Company Rio St Lucie Subdivision $5,300

Regular Prke $39.50 .......... ...........sm PRICE lands lying In the City of
Stuart, and being in tract A of the -- ---

MURUIICAC.lD.lKul.Regular $100 Scvenjcm Addition to the City !MORF NEWS OK

Price $1 80 ............... ...... SALE PRICE of Stuart $15000 I ( ( PORT SVLtRM a '
Sun Oil Company to R. V 1//'t r y,
(Continued font Page 4-8)) t,
Johnson Property in the Seven-
Pool brushes algae brushes vacuum sets jcm'" Addition $IS.OOO.Si"leenjem REV JLSBIRG: HONOR: : y.
boards slides "Buck.I I Inc to James H
cyanuratcs diving A covered dish luncheon was
Bruner In section 9,
held on the grounds of the Southern ,
n-Bounce" Swings, lights, replacement township 38 S., range 41 E. SIS; Methodist Church Sunday in 4 ?

parts, used and new fillers everythingfor (000 lames H Bruner to Sixtecnjim, honor of Rev John Jcsherg, who .

the Inc Property in section 9 township represents the Pocket Testament N s. +
pool.REMEMBER. z x
I and has worked In Europe
38 S range 41 E $100 i eaguc ,, + y i
Junes H Bruner to Karl John giving out New Testaments pt .
TWO DAYS ONLY Kruiger Jr Property in section Ktownship ,
38 S., range 41 E $100.
Henry W. Schwab to C. A. Pace The Volunteer Firemen i Auxiliary ettil t' at .
AT '
1 lots 21 and 22, block 2, Highlands will meet Thursday, April ,, s s r ,
Subdivision $8.500Willurd ) 16, at the firehouse at 7:30 p.m. 4 -s" s t 1 va '
L Hall to Joseph AHagans .. N;y,17te .. 1 { y vS ; t
cie Villas, $8700. 1
Mr and Mrs Sherman Batesof
rt q
Lillian Clements Christmas to ,
\\cst Palm Beach caught six 'ti ti r y 1 < + '
Lillian L Rylundir An undivided ilf fi y'
POOLS weakfish. and four trout, using J Q '1 '
one-half interest in properly i i in ty err Iy1 1 y '
feathered! and the
section 31, township 39 S? rung jigs fishing I E 'N. i a a a f,
Indian River. kt'4r
42 E. $100Roger\ ). n' vv ,
j h
4417 South I Federal) Ilighuay! 'I M Skillman la Henry Mr. and Mrs William Burns of 1' "" ,.ja' 1 ,=x' y ,, ,."M.r rvwYa' Y wMyA ,,.

t Fort Pierce Florida I Nielsen, North half of tat 7, revised the Fikhnhol caught nine trout, /
I plat' of Rocky Point High ten croakers and two drums using ('i 'eT ,11

lands $9X( .. .- -. cut bait fishing the Crossroads +, + { 1 r + '
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Philip Angell\ and a friend from I ''y u. re "'"
,ltdgrN rrRN
,,, r a/s'-w
Stuart caught thirty seven blues' I
' umng feathered jigs fishing near
If you knew..really knew... the House
Ray Williams and Jim Butlerof
all the benefits of this ; the Fishnhol caught five snook
and four blues using feathered jigs \
fishing the Sun Parlor

beverage, you'd never go a HE Woodruff and friend from THESTUART

Stuart caught nine blues using cut

day without it Ask for It bait fishing the Crossroads

Joe Yasser and friend from
West Palm Beach caught twenty.
byname four blues using cut bait fishingthe

Crossroads MARINA

San Jose Costa Rica with
It's callcd..mllk more than 102000 population, iI''
forty miles from the Pacific and !
0 MIM COUftC: Of IOIIftIIILOIIIIIo\ coat fifty rrulc from, the Caribbean I'

THE DEPENDABLES;SUCCESS. -CARS----OFftlor- Located on the beautiful South Fork of the St. Lucie River-Just oppositethe

new Martin County High School property.


+ ,. ....,
0 690' of Sheltered River Frontage.


o 537' On State Road No. 76.

., ,,at.
t.+. ,
,;,;; 0 12 Acres With Roads and Canals.


0 Attractive Dockage Facilities.NOW

Amazing how little it costs ,

-_ llirl SINGrww
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Spaces for f Service Station, Boat & Yacht Sales, Cafeteria, Stores

Movie Theater, Apartments, Yacht Club Pools & Cabanas, and Ef


ficiencies. .


? to put a roof over your head


AmrangtbbslpeopleuadownrigMgabbegasled' economy.s room-is much Itr.lch.oul and
the Net time they check out a new compact Dar) space as In many sti idaid KM cars. And Bart
tanwrtPoptoetthtlopButlMpnuluftWulhua Urge economy size pow8Iloao with it...from ,
i low and IISY 10 tales. cii in.standard SIX to in optional|un|-ho.273 tookj.Bodge
r It't even more imjjlng when you com der ill hit( Amazing You but l. Its what hippens PHILIP VARYP.O.
,. cubes Dart i Wit Room, lor Inttince Sue it up quality car maker builds i compact bluer CHRYSLER
?fork IUIMI,head,elbows,or lugzije.You'II find Urge quicker and then tops it od w th such! food .. rolaalalaraaalwtt


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.,. .,':...,..!; :. .. .. 6J-. ......1l11.1\ "".. :' h.,;"
:" ;;. ., 'j' .. -':
r.." ... ,10.. IF ." -.1.,. _, .,....,. \: Nearly 30, 000 Books Beckoning I III

r .' von Mint' inloimalion" about I Ilimbtiklii I and Mrs John I I. l-riduy have Tho public is especially invited

the hit of the "'Lllno"what i given ,i new world globe map lo visa' the library during National

s. 1 1I penguins eat! Amu/ons or I Mr'0 Ilbur horns) has given an I Library Week
I citrus in Martin ( oumy. you can
I ncyclonediti I of Arl there IS .j i ivOiiservatiun
look up. I the .uiswcis>> when you shelf dedicated to ('t.\I>mt SWAGE BUYSKIGISILRFD
.. visit the Mm tin (' Public 11- :
'. i .. ,.aWY4 mi my leading urea conservationist' \ l who ANGUS BLII
brainy .this week Us celebration '
during have passed! on and an outstanding 'I
R .. ol National' I ihrary Week 'I marine books collection\ ('laddIe Savage, Stuart reen.:-
f I the annual calling, attention to One ot( Ihe I purchased un Al1Irdeen.Angu'
the' nuiions library week opened lions is denoted' "mouIIIU"e'I hull from William H. took. Fort
Sundiiv with. an ..ilk-moon tea sponsorexl ; Hondo Met'oyThough )'.
by the Martin 1 11hi .
County --- - --
ir\ Association There will also: ; ]

In a program Kplormg: Books." err.
.. &.. .,- f -Juiliiled for 7 (to(I pin, I Ihiirs. I I ? '"*
-'1: MII April Ih the public is
... >- It .. '" MUll;: ; 111'1 / :.J I /)/Showers/ ,
!! .. .. I hose who came lor the Sun J,.. ;

t i''j dos i > t tut saw a neat, orderly libi' nMth '\ Muv Come rOlli' "' ,'II "
r, ; dMpt : : peasant: drsptnss. and I seseidl I II'ai'. w !... ,{
...- M> 'I i" ,Hints of mines! )rOIl./I/ Stilt3e L'1ir I, :
'" I hi Martin t ( aunty I'ublie I rI' i I Ii j ;
::: : : l
.... i ,its i is an extumely eompm' 1 ,li I Iiv V
I '
'.i- 1".0"" with \\ell-ch"en cat.ilouiii ) If f ) Oil See F/kay'! '- .?)
"I i l'i oki And its hbrnriun. M II" 1 1I
1i- I I b" .,iheth Ihulmiin is lonliiinousl !
... .
'' I l I. ui nig user mw Ixxik lists ,in. i
1I '''' ,. '
k '1' ihe lihnirv up to dilt
...,.-,.--- .... II"
I ,"oks m the lihi:n\ with an .iviii
.I i iiielilulion ol' 11)01)0) ( ) ) hooU. .i inlli ,
mmI, It has an operating l 1111.1".1< '
Ih" scar nl Stolid rmpliiMs, ''I i iIK
library UK.hull' hiss Jiisiph, ;. .
V iiohr. ehiliheiis Ilhrarmllt""?
Mildied I Spring. circulation Jck I .
Miss ( hriMinc Sehulseirilcn., I lOISKKISIOIIrRSKN I ( : Open Monday 20 OCEAN: :'! BL VU.
mil till Masullo. HiHikmobili I IIM Ir I "I.l.W'I'
,.ii i 10111 flle're are also tvtelveol. I P\l IINfr: SIC.M;:'! .thru Viliinliv, ,, PIIOVF 2H74451COMING
Iwo collections recently pun
the i library have helped it eonvulii --
,.,iHto Us
e'xpund catalogue' insiMiil 1
.' fields I! j IN MAY
(II roc, collection is a new science ,,

sluII eontrilnited as a memorial .I I New Hook the Florida Gardener
1 ,
in Wesley B. foss an\ oil leer ol I Ii
i the I ihrary ASMKIIIIIOIIIhe I : fly Stuart's Own
I low collection coin,mis
such. hooks, as: 'Mm and I Suonei I EDWIN? ,\. MHNNINCjHU;
." "I ossils in Ame'liea, ; "'i..'". !
"Seaside Plants of the World"
direr Shapes of Tomorrow All I
I'll unungs From I .the Melropolilan, I
Facilities Aimed to Accommodate Many Yachts on Okcechobcc Watcn\a Museum' ol Art," and several olh 'i Guide; to Planning,
I hero is alas a colleelion: ot 7 Planting; und Maintain

Philip Vary Plans Stuart Marina Opposite School since college which II his eholarshipH arrived; had considerable and careers use. ,r I S iiifi; Salt Resistant

I Sonic of the volumes In I he
17h I and a depth which varies be The depth ol theater presently bin one thinus for I sure Vary eer- collection ineliiile: Seie-nlilic Approach ( Gardens -

Envisions Future Shopping I tweet 640 feet and 1,000( feet. varies from four to six (eel, but Wetly mean, lo attempt to Miniulale I 'to Careir Planning; "()e.
Beginning in 1959 Vary started further dredging I is planned"I business this eiiiiiliiniil| Outlook HandlHink, "
In '
area by .
V ,
Center Near the New High the job of clearing the properly guess you could call me a cruisers, and yachts. presently ,: 't I he Sinilegy" of turning a Hel i.
her I using, college, entriinee' le>sts. I ) !lOOK
'and in 1.500() ) feet of canals
putting appointed self administered h)-pa'11 Mu.irl tie-up here long and scholarships available at vur.lilli' 41T.
K) BUNNY:'! ABBOT In 1962 he had the land filled commutes" of one to develop the enough for their passengers, I o colleges I lovejoys ('"lie II'"

with white sand from dredging area, Vary days Mink up sonic of .the beauly of I 1 '('mite is also in the collection\ Ih'si'rlIws kulltihle ground coven, vines, shrubs tret,
Behind the recent advertisement of a notice 01 intention. to You can what like Martin grasses
register Palm guess you County A siwoliimne encylopedia, ol (I'uliiM tiM), herbs .
operations near City Bridge -- ---- Niili-sliriilM aniiiiuU, vti'lultles, 111\\nand
a fictitious name lies the story of an embryonic marina on the South -- mental health has also been aequired <:- held
in ncii
J In the northeast
an area corner -I iriiw.|
I Fork of the St Lucie River less than one mile from the Stuart city limili II is a gill' from the Martin \
In fact, so close to the city is this budding marina just opposite approximately 200 by 230 Tourist Blues County t Mental Health AHSOCIU 401)) ) PIIOIOOK\PIIS
Martin County High School on the Okccchobee Waterway main chan- feet Vary envisions a service station Pick lion in memory ot Marvin Row\ n Reserve )'our Copy Now!
nil that it is to be known ai.tThe:: and possibly a small movie .ell who eonlriliuled wink in this
Stuart Marina l Ivls. .KleaHjrtiut.. Bill al1d muck. theatre Along ttxi 'nenmuiJer of paitieular field.Anolhor WMK & I
ated to offer services to the 2.500( ) "I[ was virgin jungle all right: ," the road frontage he thinks that Spot 'Hang Around'I\ : ueijiiimliiirf; : 1 M the 1:01./: / I.VALENTINE'Sat ; :rORIl. SHOP
he continued, "but I managed to leelors 1 Menu; of rare
to waterway 3,000 craft each cruising year-traffic through whichis the get through to the river, even a catering cafeteria to and boating a number folk would of stores be :\given: by Mrs f C F Pallerwm 329 t,\ (WEAN BOULEVARD 'DIAL .. -:':(

on the increase. though I was up to my knees in I appropriate. Impressed With' the South Florida bluefish 1-- n memory of her lute hiishurul.I Mr I ,_, .
It is the brain child of Philip water. But it was worth. it, for I aesthetic the Jupiter- are --
Vary, who came to Stuart from could see that with a lot of work Tcqucsta 'S Sopping: Center, just; proving to be more 'resident-tour
the Delray-Boynton area Jn 1957 imagination and courage particularly south of the Martin-Phliu Beach ists'"' than was suspected
saw the property advertised In The the last two there counties boundary, Vary believes Like the winter visitors who
Stuart News and, after viewing were great possibilities" that one equally attractive might choose" a location for their winter
it, bought it. Vary had lived in New York come to The Stuart Manna CHEVROLETmakes
holidays! and then close
"When I saw it," say Vary, "it and in that state and in New Jtr- On the island created by the slay pretty
was minus nothing to look at say he had seen marinas developed canals, two blocks of two-storv to it before they head back north,
rank Jungle less than one and as well as along the I ntraeoa'tI apartments and a swimming poolare l the blues apparently pick favor
one-half of the twelve acres couldbe al Waterway down to and including planned Overlooking the river ite inlets and stretches of coastline .
walked on without sinking into I Florida He was also firmly where\ the dock dips' will be, ,
sold on the continued upsurge of a yacht club with cabanas and all
pleasure boating. another swimming pool and boa- David G, Deuel, fishery research types of quality trucks

SEPTIC TANKS What particularly struck Vary tel-yachtel-type efficiency apartments biologist with the Bureau of Sport !
'about this Martin County property are planned. One, if not Fisheries, reports that 403() bluefish -
CLEANED & REPAIRED was thel sheltered, Cabana Point sheltered up to Olympic specifications Beach to Fort (Pierce by the
DRAIN FIELDS REPAIRED it from southern winds, spoil islands The rest of the property will be end of March.
AND RE-LAID with tall Australian pinesin used for recreational purposes, Of these, twenty-six fish have
the Waterway from westerly probably putting greens and the been recaptured indicating a 6.5
winds; another series. of spoil islands like, per cent return.
Ray Cooke's Septic from northerly winds; and I Already' work is completed on One reflection to be drawn from
Tank Service the property itself sheltered the the first 100 feet of dock; pro the recaptures is that most of the
waterfront from easterlies viding for about twelve boats bluefish stick pretty close around
PHONE AT 7-0651 The twelve acres he bought has Eventually Vary hopes to expand their chosen sectors of coast during
OR AT 7-9862 a river frontage of 690 ateci, a the docks; including two T-shaped February and March before
frontage of 537 feet on piers, to cater to about 250 boats beginning/ their migrations
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I A bluefish tagged m Luke Worth
1 turning basin on Feb. J 12 was re-
I -uplurcJ in the same body of water

late on March 8, twenty-five days

A blue: tagged on Feb 24 one-
half mile south of Fort Pierce<:
Inlet was recaptured two miles'
ro !south ..f l the same place seventeen
days later
A coincidence noted by IXuel
m his report was the fad that II
: aQr blue lagged by Donald Dude al
I.Si I lucre Inlet on Feb. I tJ was
recaptured by Henry Zimmermanof
I'ori. Salerno in the Indian I Rn
er near the House of Refuge on
Feb D and next day Zimmerman
re-caught: another blue (hat had
been tagged by Dictz, Feb I 13, this 1
/ lime In the Indian River off (the''
llA 1 Outrigger Restaurant
C 'I I want\ to thank members ol
the Martin County chapter of the
Uaak Walton League for their ,
t cooperation in the program '
Deuel wrote t President Charles
The League's members have s
tagged thirty-nine blues to date
Congenial, relaxing private-yacht atmosphere, gourmet food, President Kindred has a supply of I
neoprene tags available fur all
superb service on the beautiful Luxury Liner ARIADNE who would, like to cooperateWhile cHEVRO Era
its too early yet to judge
Wlutter yxfn bawling alont, or with family' or tends,yovt thorough snjoyTAlg eruitt!AH-first dtsi Ktcmmo.: much about the bluefish migration .
WKmi..IOOJ5 Bhmn6Uaud..nodwa swimming (ICIOI..deck k sports..:p!| tnttrtainmtnt. ptrtiM, dancing pattern in Florida it has already
lusty KgU\ 208 k""'lIIowInce pit(pence!; no wcdiutiai etruUitei required to UA GI' Cioadia elu n* been pretty well established
that they move both north. and
7 LORIOUS DAYfAU.EXPINSCtr. lilt $l.0 south on the coast and that some
r taMis ship sir WH ill mnk mi BuckUM at least, stick pretty close to chosen

PUERTO RICO' n4 tk.VIRGIN ISLANDS er NASSAU. BAHAMAS M* JAMAICA inlets and sectors; of coastline. Chevrolet dealer about
April 24; May I, 22; June 5, f9; July 3 April I7( May I 1. 13, 29; June 12.26C; July -- -.. Telephone your any type of truck
and Alternate Fridays thereafter to SAN 10 A Alternate Fridays thereafter to NASSAU --........--.....--......I HN.N INN NII IN I INIINIINONNNNNININN/N/NININNIN/MIN/M

.Islands. (OeM Lot solo. tot Mlbttoi, (Hank*Pea MRNIO '

W4A.am tnt c:..............D..t [ ,: 1 FIRE STRIKES,
rimurs SAIUNGI EASTERN STEAMSHIP cO.: ........ ** .. YOU
MAkERESERVATIONS NOW _J,.......r.\ PO.SM ta-nut*wsot *
M MDIng* fries tfowntmra Miami, ffir 1 awrM/ s.u..nessraeaoryawsaw GET AVENUE SIUARF DIAL AlUuik. 7-J2.J2
4apW iWss.II 4 1M* -ttNtf** BURNED


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III MovI. i *
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II N.' .. liJO | tmfepder4 ('.Ioad..
I,3G--4 N. ,'S-| Kin* of the Lane (, Joey BT bo. II 8uar. Th.,, ..

I li 10, Hunikr"".''''- } .: ':in t40-lIu.kl"6 Henatnr".,,, Rm.to.Hound' 1,00 10-11, 1-7 LawmnM Mrtvl*. "CM W.rk In Ih* JixoV-ill; i>> 6arH:::. Paw ti
IB l>... 1* ,".'',*, yteau,''. eaone gwln*" : Toa.y ikonle r
.,._ .... : : Evening. T.1. '', .,. Report
I-T "'*.. 1 SidO, -4-e Ne.. ..., avurui, WeatbaiT 5130-" ;(//w3a"-fV, ? II Murphy:: Playhotta.
,,oo- 4 ,.. N.... Wealher, "'''K'- (.lilluUUUkv. i4
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Serneint ( "...,"..... 11 Th. IlepliWIOi4S 1 liebbl Uuk I
I It Dst( 0:10-1 110. Ntml -lll-U .Mk. Th.l IparaIlioo f Movn, ." I I .a
,,10--4 I III New, Weather ..pn* : -I, I, t, H. la Nom L a.. 511 Cons I
T The II Nrno' (loo-It Ton* hi mart* \\1 Moro. I'I.yAoypl
'in-l; Dirl, 1,10R..t nf the f aat MHO-I Ch.mplon.hlp Wre' tlln ) : .
111111 1 Mavl. "Illeial' .tOA SIne..4 run
Uuntley.Hrliikley Report1U ,1ndp
Jet., .in, 1 other VmuIli3 \. I
|the II 11"0''''' Purapw.I01oO1
: 12 NlKht Life nf the Cold Coal () -a Movie., 4Th. Killer H."n....,
*,i4e-4 New.-wallvr. kiuuaiut1 10 Movie, "Voodeo Inland" .-, Rq Wh.n
;;; "New' *-HuntUy. Brlokley S.dtutna IN LUe ol Slop'
ION... 11:ill-.II .. i'I'O.: ; ("'- t.a -1K.... ;
It Run Cochran HOWl liOO-10 9 for Fred Dickinson' talk to s crowd at the Stuart sh I
: 1iIyhta.t.h:: ,OA I r \ ( CANDIIUIB governor
00W.hl. M.rond 1,00-I1 : Ih** Ha. I. Ynn ( Color*
Griffin ( from Palm Beach ,
I Moilprnaire. Theatre, "Pretty '..01," 1120-5 Ch.mdlon.hlp Wratllnt I J f Word ( ) Center here on April 6. On hand to greet their neighbor County I
115. H.m...."... t Mnk: "C.7., not tha 0.1 H O'M.r I. Right left Judge Evans:: Crary Jr., anti) !son larry; Jim. Burgee and County Commit nt'I
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: : 7:30 I It: -Illshivey 7 International, I..t ,1 Rho. Tim. Ctb-11 + Mw : r 'tlu00-4 L-Concentration/ Mocoy* / Frank Wacha. Dickinson spoke briefly then boarded: hit special bus to go to Ton PlChC' <
I il-ll lie.try 10.11 () ,iSO-' llonl, I* APRIL H Iliao-4 Lop That ui a political picnic and rally.1vEINESDAY _________________
1-7 Rob (Hop I
J.npnrdpColor) --------
1 10.11 Burke taw 10.11 Tbe MI.Nln
; ( .,,30T..UI.h' ",one ..MI"J.: CIGARETTE TAX Coal washers are being built! 1 to 1
Its* II N. "
;;;: : 1.7 10-11 T.This Tw Prke Tw .I. Rllht 7,100--4 Cwloon.o.rlll0' AI__ APRIL tIMornln. : PIS I Rl BUI ION help India keep up with Ihd'-

|| .( IOt00Allr.d 1-7' Jark .I'.., HlUhioek T I C K.rm.rU>oni Alminno 11,00N 1 Your Float... ..... ( ) Cigarette tax collections in Flor mands of her booming steel 1 m.

1:30 10.11 4 Hunt Portrait of the Week v.45.-la Com dr Time I2tla 10-11-I Movie.Kilher "Know.. (Sam a. Monday ....P") ida in February paid in March du try.

:U -Uynlt K' .rnICi49 Ti30. 4 C.rtoon-o."Ilk Ui.ru-4 Bearen for ..... -10 'p... Explorer (cartoon) and of the share

( Ilioo,, --.10-.-11.t0 M.k. ..That..., Spar''h."uie tnart I Airleultu Pin Aro':: Jt., KtpartIt .' 1.1-ti Trnnea.'E.t.. ) -4 Movie, "nilc.no lynOleate" which were 4119908.went to municipalities. Stu.
ir If N.... II Butirlx Tn.*ire 11,4ft ( LlklI1R Movie. "The Clork"
r ; II Ii2. >- Movie, "Konea of Harrow" 00-4 tiixptl: >TTT i, rlM : ::2.t. r' New* A Wins World art received $9,860; Town of Jupiter ANTIQUESBOUGHT

IMO. I >Moele-7 'lorl'-ht, Deep.7.h Valley"Johnny taraonI > BuIlninklttII [, I-IW-4 10 Movl Lop. "1q of Our'Llf. AfternoonBam 'island. $270,73; and Town of
.. Co. .) c....lII .. ( a. Monday XMpt AND SOLI
1.0. S-U Nl.. ..iek-Variety 11 Mutlnee' IheatraliOS Ocean Breeze Park 19095.
4'011' Movie. No. t Moron' | Playboui* -1'lI U.hkw Dr.k. -8 Movie "A Utter to Three (SENSIBLE PRICES
S OS--.II till Mack5tla lilS_ *nd too ..." EILttJM WADI1AMS
-S i'U-RDA-Y- ..- I 1'.1. or FalUIi30 Wed., Fr'( '1'oplo.
-I Clmarroa City Th u... -| Overland. Tralla A black aluminum foil u being AlA J..... Beach Dial AT 7-1649
APRIL IIMornlp 7 dr.,. Roy 1125: -4 NewaI,3O Movie, "Killer1! K..." make which accelerates cooking.

,11-4 Sunrl.e Be...*.,... "Outlln ofill. 11 II 10 lOO.Vlrtorr Pin.Amprlru 4 TM Hiptllt|II Iho Ch.Ml LUI |T|4S Ctrl--4 I Talk A.Ha the My World Gue.t Movie.-4 Movie"Th., "Give Lion and Me a'the Bailor"lion..". -- -- ----- I

I 1140.-.."111 ol Armed Art", Fore It T.l.ml.o Pin Amorluia 2iOO-t-4 I-7 I.,'.....Make.word a, Deal ( ) ,: -.4 It FboMarapliytvenlnl Yogi I Bear; OUR fAN IN STUART!

l iSe-10-U.,...Newe7iOO ,. .. II Lower l.luhlliou.' lr2S-all New. "
1 -4 C "' o lll. til-* Th. 8wn>4 rt :
Installing ? ?I rclffl.UMlr' r ; 9>30-4 rlth for odd.:::, (.' Th. l>o".re -4-1 Kewl Sports, Weather We Are Pleased to Announce That
Cross' Fire I The CbrlelophonI | la Court
10 W...... ThMtr I Horiioni of Villa tIfaDay Movie, "Drawn Uold
ing your 11. N..' It Blbl TJkII 10 LIe.' MoV.'rd and ::::::t U Be Comment H jut-. Art A.I venture Urea JIM CORRIE
TiO J Comedy Tim *
station. : :t1.1"Armed: Portei an farad" Comedy Tim, 3,00To Tell th* New, Weather. Spo,'.
41461.t l.nwt I.' LeNtIo YoungISla I
tiSO-l Arrloultural KeportI 0 termd Heart Aew..
General Ho.pltal
pictures on fur Clnh I 10'00-4 1.11 unto x. .. -t Weather i
.. IrppI J5-4 N. 4 N..e
I_10 U.>ne Uaiiw lI.n.. ,....*. 1 I F.Itb'Yor Ted.r 0 3,30-1,., Yen Edna Dan'l of Bay Nliiht' ( Huntley-Urlnklcr- Report (
IlOO. -I Coral 0. 1I Renter to Y'ro'.lo"f Vvofrtlp I".rtoo'
Adventure.. Theatre 'I0i30"-4 Look UP and LI .'.. 4.10-11 OO-4 Uilee Kara for StormI a NIgOI Llf..on tb*. Gold Cronklt.New. Coal.
f run ClubI .... Rig PlrtunI I T Matrh Gem -4 N.w.. Huntley' Brlnkle*
Captain K.n. Ftornal Light T Mirier bolt Club I
II Mornln flayhoui 10 Hlbl.. Talk io-U New
Major Adam.
SR 701 I .05-Is, Mornln* Plarboae' It l>et* Smith "te'I 4,30, --. Movie, ',... -4 Death Valley Hound Day
lil: :11 Unole llokIi30 II.oO-1 Camert t Mnke Room for I.d' Huckleberry
-T ....... Aniel1 t Mavl: .JI'on' t Movie, "(Jreat Jewel But. Hllko OtwM I Wn'.
IS lIu. honor 1 That I May 8nIt 10-11 Major Adam. Dial Art
0.004 AI.lnlh./ .. J.wl..h' Wornhfp (hour ..118-. N... -4 CHSt Iteporte,. Color)
10( CUll... Profile Ckurw 10." Amerlran H..... Th. Virgin ol O..l* ant #
I : rnllu?161 i'M :: Adventurea
1. Moinn fi iOne* 11AOyAv ( 1.00--1 Huperman ,
MS-.ID Uncle Hok IP'Aftflil' 1 10 'Wog"ly Wooopeake 4 FYt -"" II t1
: r ; Ao 11nJuTtM.v -
0"I 5130Runrm.n II Laff TimeaMptia r't. Potty Uuk Show
I.' a...n and KeddF, Color! I* Mate foe jHi-t.tn* AITO New.lieJI 4 Su.p.".. '
Id An....... 1.1.( ... II OO-7 Senatore t Saiather fIt. -II riihlnc.: -Th. farmer'. Duuirhler r
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10.00.II>1 Duller Quirk llerbv Draw KtfOraw Holland' i -I Tbl I*KM th hit Th.-4 Ralnt.T Beverly BIllblllM t I

1-7 Hector HeaMuM. (Color) Aftomaea
1(1 /)!..""erli>, In Srlenr 11100-6 Dold JourneyI 1,001 H.".. ""'.t & (*
Waller lien Ca.ey
r Now.
0,30-< Mliihty Mouea Frontier Clrcu. JO 1010.1. III.. "11. b" -4 Ulek Van I),..
1-7 XL I (Color) f rombat show
10.11 The Jelon. It !!po... Extra : -4 Danny Kay
10 Alumni Fund Fl.venth: Hour
10(001I 1 Hln Tin TM If Oiallenire (iolf. /010-Ia-4 Four Conm.n1,15 Mtar / Dick Powell Tb..,.* ,
1-7 Dennl th* Uno 11.30! -4. Amateur Hour it Channlnc: i.,,
10-11 Uertoonle. LMPr: Cart_* : KduealoiI'Com.dl N.w. Weatoer' 11 01R.IY
t I 8' otllrht rm I Nrw.Stab -4-1.7-lv New., Weather, Bport
11,30-I Rol Ki er*
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Matinee Bill Bhadel
7 Kl.hwa. '. New.-
lFury 10 T don Been. .t2S 4 Weather _4 Movie, "Till W. Meet Again"
> Our Firm
I0 Uorle Bob Is Now Associated With
1,00. -4 Bblrley tempi .i30-4 New. 1 -4 Movie' 'Montana'
U Tend .. :I .
'I .143-10'ljIl''j: llllly. I Copth0f Th* A. r I Now.nep-brnkln( : Tonight with Johnnyo""MoCrL
I lIt Jnilnt f WeathwiIt } (., M.rrIo, ,- Phone Stuart 287-1175
AltenooaIllOO pUebverylilOIf : Bi4 N4rhMomsWilt.: ., !' ? Btnrllrht, Theatr
4 .Rky. Kin- Rmaher10th HolUad '"' 'kp -II Nlibtwatok *ovl*
t f-t-N-T'-r"
I Herieant Pnuto 1,30-1 Spotlight. on Rdueetle0 t : toe,": -.. Mn"M J. 4.
Youth and the lu.. 'l Aniel* 7.00. -4 )tkl..d
} and An.wr 'SI
PrafU Uin** a .llmmv
1 0 Collem(
//end--S> Rap. Bunny R60nfa SiOO 10. -Dlnetfena 1-7 Lo. >Anal(4 va I Hlpeordt'loi'4"T'.mM Annual NoticeNew Modern Financial Planning by
1530--/: r.fh.: M.tinN It. DlrMtlona !, ?; and Used' T.V.'t
I lIullwlnkl. (Color) algaPheodrtphle Phllllf V 6.7 Movie. "Seven
T Frontier, of rlthIt (,'hlra>o Cub. It-It Outer Limit Now Being Returned JOHN. J. CARROLL & CO.
Dleeoverlee( In Hol.t.r pa.Spoon.* Bpedal? Patty .tOO-4 tv. Got a Over 50 Modebt
10 Alumni Fun
I.uey Bhow
19 Amerlran RaniUtandIliSS 'i taq-/
Your -10 ...1.... 11. Loud and Eve 10.1|? Wmtofi Tiiln ( ) To Choose From
1,00-5-7 Kiplnrlnf atoo -6.7 Penpeetlve" 0. too-4 Penny Thomas Mutual Funds and Insurance
01. Romh.n"11130s and
you 10 11 Know Raturday Your Hop Bible ID-U.Movle., ) HBO (lew. En.... ti 1-7 o-Hollywood 4 Andy Griffith and' tb up

from 1130--I. Kama. ('11, ... Clevelanil, 7 II NBCNewi Sl.r Bowlln Itneore a0 Breakln\ Point RADIO & TV Vero Beach Florida
Tp II McHale'l Navy ,
10 Amorlran Band.tind
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11 Knnw Your Hint 4HIO-4 Coif 10.00. 4 Sat Ride-Wee ( Sound !46-5191
li>S 4 N. Y, Yankee ... Bulllmor $' J."t..T 1-7 MHek Miller
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01204robwallah Century 10:30--: Broadway Goe*
liOO, -4-1-7-11-11 H.we.
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4:13' -1 New.til 4 Show "City
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1! 1.10.11-Wild II Tnll Alt SCn.d.m(not.Pro BeorekoaMt30 sine.Movln 11 10 !\\Iowl.\o\ "Hlfher Theatre" SOUTHEASTERN PRINTING EMPLOYEESSt.

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RADIO SERIES ennui i.ll-4 Bunrle ..m.*.. $
100-14 Meet th* Prei ( the HI.,." of Art"
Ill Mlnml I Pr... Confrr: .. .ito-It Mon Turner $50 down and $50 a month
10 -U Homemaker*
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T. :: : : : : RCA VICTOR111LJving n NlthtlK Nootenan'm th* 0.14 0.. ,: 4M I* Movie.-4 !l fool."In. "Our.:

To -4 Lack (Coin| "
IO.'H ; : ; : ; ,-, Hill Dais 8boIt I T"MSvlTronle.
,, Color" TVPFJtE'ORMANCE Now,. Bport. W att rTiJO 100: :III The FUIIII* !
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International Zoo Year Book (Hit'" Ml.. VRI (Florida) NH\S: Thll"duy.prll 16. 1964 JeAn
London depending phi md Giant Wnhoo Is
I upon .penis I -" ,-,--, _._-_..- --.-.,.-,..--.
temperature variations A minimum
Bahama Lead from
I of fort\.live Java lot : Anieru "-.HI1'II' ; .is eragc h./, / I o o d tut,, Inn Ihirlv'seven I, work-more than invone else 1ft
Carol Loggerheads I \Vhiticar Craft cages and !p.1\1I\1I.:1\"I.,:e Imr" ounces "of, nest,, with nm hour of the world
Schmidt Tells the World'About to a maximum of seventy -I :

I da>'s for lentherback turtles !I (arl H,. Plorrhemier It of Purchase
1 De-rmoehelys conachus are required -
under the present conditions N. Y., one of the ninny SPECIAL OFFER
I stateside competitors 11Ihl* annual
Our Sea Turtle I at the museum.During
HatcheryEditor's I the past two \ears two I I I Bahamas, winter fishing tour- \

. hatches' of Cirrus turtle. .eues- and nomcnt boated a nmetvfivtpoundwuhoo
of 200) use on medium sickle to tike from
a i shipment hihdreen Chrysler
note: A signal honor on work in Florida Indians and turtles have been 1 imported I Iran over the first place for that species, Airtemp
has been
accorded: Carol : II Pfoi7hcimcr at Hope .
museum techniques while at the CoMa Rica fhcse hose developed I u guest!
Schmidt (Mrs, Stephen Schmidt) I Town Htrbour Uxljic. trolled. the
with the University of New Mexico and successtilK! alongside th.10' i
publication of .
an article ocean olf Elbow ( av, AhaeO, some
Conservation of Sea Tur. has done graduate work in ethnology cal turtle hll"'oal' the museum I nmet).five. miles north; of Nassau
ties," in volume IV of the International also at the same university Under t She museum programthree aboiml the cruiser "Hobo," with This
Zoo Year Book, putv She assists' her husband in species ol\ 'turtle hive I been I Captain Luck hiiicar of Stuart '
\K edrtk
raised sueceisftilK the preen turtle Z
lishcd the administration of Martin
by the Zoological Society i at the wheel ,
the Hawkihill turtle the'
of London. The book circus County museums With full '' His catch I knocked. Charles. I KODAK
Loggerhead turtle I the I leather'hack
later credit and her
worldwide permi".ion.0
among zoo andmuseum Sweeney of I omlon tnglind. out
I turtle has been hitched !but :
take the liberty of
administrator* and rel'rinlinalhearticle of the medium tackle wnhoo' leul:
naturalist The Jen'IClBeach : the young do I not I survive lor morethan I that he had held since Feh. 17,
a month in I Expertmcnts i
article mother and housewife' whose' By CAROL SCHMIDT. are still taplivuv being conducted I The. Hahanns Winter Fishing | HAWKEYE

place her \houlder'lohoulder" A..klant Director, in order. lo find .1 i vilmion 'lo the Tournament twelfth in an annual.

with eminent world Martin County !Museums,, high mortality rale of ,)lmlll I cutherhaeks I series. winds up the 1964 international \ FLASHFUNCAMERA '
authorities Is
a trained 26.
scientist Stuart, if. S. A. contest on April .
She holds a B.A. degree in I far il his: attracted anglers from
The hah\ ( I ,
anthropology: and minor In be The House of Refuge Museumis ,,' and Hawksbill I ;1 turtles:rocs r thrive loggerhead on, a I C'an nil, Fngl I.IIII. Scotland Spain
ology from University of New on Hutchinson Island, east of and the United Males 7
carnivorous die I lhal includes. fish,
Mexico Albuquerque, did hon- the town of Stuart in Florida, It |
is situated on anemones sea slugs PortugeseMenoWar I "'II URnI.! minors Retail Value'
a very narrow strip S ;
sand fleas and jellyfish
of land between the Atlantic on 4y I ON \\',\\' 10 J\P\N 6.95 ,
GA As they older the ,
STORAGE the east! and Indian River on the grow Wilhrd M. Khodcs.'. chief machinist
Green and I turlkHre
west.! The main building of the ogjjrhend! | "s male USN, son of Mrs
WAREHOUSE given more plant 'lood i in their diet: I -
museum was built in 1875 by the Anmelee Rhodes of Indiantown
the Hawkshills remain "'I..IIcar.. I I
U. S. Life Saving Service It is is serving aboard the antisubmarine FOR ONLy$300
mvorous The turtles know their i
Storage by the the last remaining House of Re. CAROL SCHMIDT warfare support aircraft
I feeding l11e ((5 !pmsi i and congregate ,
fuge out of a series of ten similar carrier USS c .
into local waters Attempts were al the corner of the pool 1 where I Read olir.l'Jea{ fill J
Simply oullh8 handy der
Day Week structures that once offered aid. : ing out 1 of I ong 01
feeds them
the the
made keeper
to reconstruct
shelter, food and clothing to strand nmgton i is presentloperating in the blank at your Uvvl i Autpnp i
Month Year ed sailors shipwrecked off the sand mounds From a total of 216 When the of carapace his: reached inchesshout Far Fast on six months of duty dealers ihowioom' to get (hit. 4
length sito
Florida coast The building now eggs transplanted from Loggerhead a eight \ with the Seventh Fleet She I. tcheifulid .
USED six to twelve months alter. special ollarl C,
FURNITURE & houses marine and nautical exhibits turtle Thalassoehclys carctta I ( I to visit the port of Yokosuka.. nlony'laVIl1!)
APPLIANCESA1A of historic value Two more nests, 127 babies hatched out successfully hatching) the turtles. arc big enough I Japan, in the near future The ship!

GOLDEN GATE buildings, a boat house and sail. It was a good beginning to he released into kcal waters I recently completed! operations olf
or's quarteres, complete the museum's The next problem was the care I survival. '. iho Hawaiian. Islands And ail, to ...th.compt0t.llni of 1984 Chry.'.'Alrl.mp IMPERIAL

exhibit and work area. and feeding of the hatchlings, a dian River rather" than into\ the I -- room air eondltlon with thetf Chrytlr-.ngln..r.d.xclu lv. f.atur.stCxcluslv
These have been remodelled into crude pool was scooped out of I SmoJtfy SayttCarelMitM
, Atlantic as there. is .1 i much larger I
1 a marine biology hall containing the sand and lined with plastic, hut I .
food Supply in the grassy riverbed Decorator Papist! -.
d permanent exhibits illustrating the as no pump was available, volunteers /OVl1t it. it. it with (fabric D .
alAllY paper paint' cover or uit It as is" II_ _
embryonic development of the had to climb a 90 foot embankment I .
m. .
Home turtle
Loan Talks turtles within the with buckets of i The conservation program UPAallvasR, Eiclullv
baby egg, as well water I I No-Draft Air Door I
Is run by the House ol Refuge I II
as informative displays about the from the Indian River to keep I Museum with the WIIY00F 'aim*" cool air high, wide, and 'far.,wherever '11!" a'RfSl"" s ,'.

by don herold various species of sea turtles and ihe pool supplied with water As i Florida State in co-operation Hoard ot I ( onsorvaI l' rongntu you want It : ,, .n ,.. ,,
S other sea animals. The building the result of a gift of a petrol pump wWRNTI .:I. \7" ;
I lion Ihe Salt Wilier ( reservation I j.
also houses a marine laboratory (there was no electricity on the I WOODS, Ocluilv Walhr Sea'i' ,' :
II in addition to five small aquaria island at this time) we were ableto i I agent and the t;anhbean ( ontcrI lei* you keep the IMPERIAL In placyear'roundwithout ... ': 'j' ,'I. .;:
I containing live specimens of local transfer the turtles to a "pool" I valion i Commission I I the museum' cover s. th P'tI.ItIIfI'1'\.tlll i iEnclualy.

fish, sea urchins, sea squirts, anemones made out of an old dugout canoe Is helped in its work h) the Tur. T'I
Cluh I this Mill-Pin Colts
tic-scrubbing is open ie
sea slugs and crabs Out. Later on a small concrete
'49 side the museum there are four tank was provided through donations -: to people ol all ages who visit the provide greater cooling euifac for filter
I museum' They are given old ,toothbrushes more effective comfort CLIMAH INOINilMO/ CHRYSLER
large tanks devoted to the propagation In 1958 the discovery of a I't'tI.'f COR..ORAflO. ,
I (donated bv school chilI -
and conservation of sea turtles. Green turtle nesting on a local tIl
The beach and the successful I dren from nil over Ihe United I
giant sea turtles which were hatching
I once common in the local coastal of 90 per cent of the transplantedeggs Slates) and they scrub the shellsof I f KRAUSS & CRANE Inc.ILECrl'RICAL
the baby turtles until they arc
waters are rapidly nearing extinc provided a new impetus to ,I ., .
lion owing to a variety of causes: the sea turtle conservation' efforts free of the strands of algae that

predatory animals take their toll The museum proceeded to makean i grow at Hai rapid rate on captive I : and MHCHANICAL CONTRACTORS
of and all-out effort to this turtles, i it is allowed to grow !
eggs hatchlings, poachers propagate
vas MUIII! I DIM: IIIIIVSJljIU; Al 7-1227
unchecked the
algae may even
often destroy the female turtles rare and valuable species
during the nesting season before Since its small beginnings, the cover the nostrils of the baby hit I .
have laid turtle conservation tics and stifle their i breathing, This
they their eggs, bulkheads sea program
at and beach development have I hat greatly improved in scope' capacity volunteer service provided by the.
mU'iCwn' visitors plays an i m
deprived the turtles of nesting areas and success There are now I
and natural disasters, such at three concrete tanks of adequatesize I portent role in the care and maintenance +

storms and high tides, destroy the in the grounds of the museum I of turtles Y r
First Federalfor nests In the late 18Xs.( ) turtle and they are supplied daily with The Martin County Historical

fishermen in the 1 Indian River fresh seawater by an electric i pump Society which sponsors the Houseof
district used' to net the turtles In In addition, t h e House of Ref: : Refuge Mu'Cuna. non-profit'

1886 one fisherman was quoted uge's old cistern. has been excavatedand making: orgmizalion' ea portion; ofmembership NOMINATEAND
theWorld's I dues devoted lo
as having caught 2,500 turtles us- now displays Ihe larger spcel-
tngl. nets The sea turtle h.ts; owns of' each species, of turtle. the turtle project, 1 he "projcit t it
never made a comeback since thismarked I raised from eggs during the previous also" financed by voluntary contributions ;-

population decrease near year. and by a Turtle AdoptionScheme.

FairWhy the turn of the century In fact, I When a nest of turtle eggs is discovered I ." For the sum of $1, an ELECT THE ; .
in 1955 the Florida" State Boardof Ihe eggs are transplanted :Individual can "become the patronof ,
Conservation' held that Che. to an individual box or metal an adopted turtle Funds collected -I

Ionia mydas, the commercially val. can, the bides and bottom of which in this way are used for the
not start special savings
a / uable Green turtle, no longer nested have been completely lined with daily care and feeding of the turtles
account at First Federal Savings of on Florida beaches layers of sand: The eggs are carefully f I for the duration of their May MANBEST

In 1956 the House of Refuge removed from the nest 1 to with us at the Mouse of Refuge
Beach take and the
Vero to you Museum' sponsored the first experiment this portable artificial ncsl I," The Museum I

family to the New York World'i in the transplanting of top is completely covered with I s ,
turtle eggs from nests on the sand and the container is then Weathermen consider the Atlantic |
Fair this summer or autumn or in'' hurricane and its sisters- I .4.
beach to a protected area within brought lo the old boat house SUITED TO ,

next year? Everybody nays this the museum ground for incubation the museum grounds for the incubation I the Pacific Typhoon and cycloneof _
This was the first step in a period The nest is kept I' Ihe Bay of Bengal. and the Ara- _

Worlds Pair is going to he the proposed "project to raise baby slightly moist l by applying freshwater '' bian Sea. and the Australian willywilly REPRESENT THE

greatest! turtles at the museum for a periodof until hatching occurs -as mane's most destructive I

a year and then release them The i incubation period varies, slorm"I
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We will issue you a special
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WORLD'S FAIR pas book for

your savings : GREATIr&

We have often said "Saving Is ,i ,

for Fun" and here Is a special fun :
.'411111..... ..11., and klg|..t ..11. are e.I...at.IIN t
..;; project for which you may wish I.., tau via Citrus Farm Cattle Areas of

to start to save at once. Our County
\ !

Having a definite object like this

will stimulate you to save lie will bring to the commission! the detailed j i .

knowledge of these aspects of Martin *

\. County life so necessary to a balanced _
hwir4 ar I* ti (00 "

.t'J'M:* c...*..._l a..tne..ed Ym ... eurt Lau MUm taw re ''The. ,Important thing about being economy and government.!
with rr newt ..4 .M .>
wet .t .a* 11m.Copyrighled. _____ .. I .1_

( 1964)) popular Is staying that way. An Indiantown Freeholder

I He will be an asset to the
Wide-Track Pontiac3rd
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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, .1964 Moon Hop CloserTo iJ I

Published every Thursday at 1 III 1 1 Cast Oceua Boulevard, This County
Stuart Martin County Honda

Entered n second-clasr mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florid The opinions expressed ore' :chose
-- + Than Some Know of the, writers If dcsim: l "
MEMBER OF: ( are printed above nu' .ti. P'1'i me
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The Ni/ \i know
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION THE EFFORT to put men on the moon mg the name of the w;if i I 'I'
sometimes seems far away but it i is closer to ten tent in anonymouslv ur Ihell l
Martin County than some know. A bit of the in the waste bahlttl.1'he Editor ,

CORDON N LOCK WOOD. Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS Editor intricate machinery that smashed into the I DRIVFR FDUCA1IOV

LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager moon when the TV rocket malfunctioned early IS BADLY MLOH
this year was made. in Martin County at R&F
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida. $4.50 per year: two yean Fittings!, Inc., in Port Salerno Editor Stuart News
... 850. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rate) I notice in The Stuart 'L'I' ii"i+' acJ

Anywhere else! in US.A.. 5.00 per year, two years 9.50 ONLY TWtNTY-FIVE miles from Stuart, the highway death toll l h">"i M 1 illlI''

Six months $2.75, three months 175. and just across!> the Martin County line in Palm County is seven now. """>i 1",1'' y
Foreign and Canadian rates on application Beach County-ut Pratt and Whitney wherea to eight for the full year ."I I I ''If', (
After driving the street" 'I t s''
Martin County residents work-
? great many art and surrounding Manus'i < ,"III
they're testing the rocket engines for the final ty for the past few months ., ,, ,I S

Pesticides Suspected in Massive Fish Kills stages of the Apollo program which aims to noticing the poor drum mg lui. ""
place, in this decade, two men on the moon of so many local ilruu' I I II
and bring them safely back to earth surprised the toll is not, i i. .h'''

While I was driving maim ( I I""h, Pe
Florida Should Keep Close Watch 1
on IT IS INTERESTING nlso to note that Avenue recently, the ,'I" i I "

the Grumman Aircraft & Engineering Corp. front of me gave a I niihi, i i' "i 'iy
Louisiana Pollution Deal nil then turned Itll v' "" .hi
Alarming of Bcthpuge LI, N.Y, which is constucting: ) \ '
hid turned at the wi"< PI "
a large assembly hangar at Wilham,, Field in
this I lady : 'I I i
Stuart, it the prime contractor for the Lunar : colmly Colorado pros: :":
The Slate of Honda, with i lU vast agricultural millions of fish which have liken place in the Excursion Module, that portion of the Apollo the drive wrong on out side of the xi.u i .i i i". ""d!

and recreation !set up, should talc river and the gulf each fall and winter since spacecraft which, when in lunar orbit, will her life was saved oni I'i i m < f 'MSuiviT r

heed of an alarming situation now existing in I960' it was announecd Work by other separate from the command module and transport ability of oncoming d'l '' I ,'

the lower Mississippi River federal ogeneies has ruled out bacteria, parasites two astronauts to the surface of the moon. dodge her for the next! i dII I i"I d o
I had the green light hit i ',''''"
Joint announcement has been made by the low dissolved! oxygen, temperature GRUMMAN is developing the LEM under US, I on to Slate Riud! '<1. hUI .1:

U. S, Public Health Service and the Stale of changes or other factor as causes of the fish contract with the National Aeronautics and an elderly gentleman st'"I h...t,mil 1

Louisiana of the possible link between the kills Waterfowl I also have been reported as Space Administration and is prime contractor, on U. S, I ran the red luhi mil, ,
presence of toxic organic materials the lower being afflicted, but the extent and nature of with subcontractors producing all major subsystems turned left on to Colorado! I I ,,1.JIl, '
Mississippi and its estuarine waters in the their involvement is not clear the und aged to avoid hilling bin ,.p
except primary navigation t
out 76, I IuW a i lads I in '
Gulf of Mexico and "massive and continuing: The culprit appears lo be certain: synthetic guidance system which I is being developed by a compact car give a hind sien.il, d
fish kills," The lid, at last, has been taken. offa organic materials (extremely toxic pesticides) the instrumentation laboratory of the Massachusetts for a right turn hut she turned _

water pollution puzzle that has been under which have been washed into the river system \ Institute of Technology left _

observation for at least three yean, according: front cropland: spraying especially for sugar All these events h,impelledwithin

to the Wildlife Management Institute. cane and cotton THE( LUNAR Excursion Module is plannedto a few minutes\ .cod in a '

Several chemical compounds: have been "Aquatic life is' particularly sensitive to detach itself from the Apollo Command few miles and all three of these "

.. found in significant quantities in dead and pollution from certain synthetic organic and Service Module which will remain in drivers are alive today onlhi- a s Q F--- a>

dying fish in the water environment, including wastes," the Public Health Service commented.: orbit and descend to the surface of the moon. cause others were caiclul a I" d

.. at least two substances !so far unidentified and "The presence in water of some of these substances It will serve as a "moon base" while the astronauts good drivers ,
I think driver education is very
two pesticides, cndrm and dicldrln," the Public in proportions, less than one part per perform their exploratory duties much needed in Martin. Counts
Health Service revealed. The Food and Drug billion I is lethal to some fish varieties." and Florida as a whole I rcali/c

Administration permits no endrin residues In Florida with its vast citrus: farming and IT HAS a two-man cab: approximately ten that there is a very large percentage t

foodstuffs. A fraction of a port per millionof sugar cane industries, all of which drain into feet in dill meier, Mounted on four legs the of elderly drivers 'in this state.

dicldrin is permitted in fruits and vegetables Us river systems that are the basis of a nll lti. LEM stands about twenty feet tall The legs and that accounts for some ol thc L : ;
but none is permitted in meat, fish milk million dollar recreation but nil
and fishproductionasset und the descent stage are planned to serve as problem, among age groupsin
eggs, and similar foods. should keep a close watch on this Louisiana a launch platform und to remain on the this area, no signaling. or Incorrect / -

The announcement followed Investigationscarried situation, lunar surface when the LEM ascent stage takes signaling is a vets real

: on by engineers and scientists from the Anything that is so toxic that it is going to oft to return the astronauts to the mother spaceship road lu/ard

Division of Water Supply and Pollution Control kill\ off fish and birds should be banned front The I.EVt will weigh about fifteen earth Ervin StuartLET'S Wagner

In the Public Health Service The studies were the agricultural 1 spraying) list, or the loss to tons! when it lands and about four earth Ions /
made at "the request of the State of Louisiana Florida will be immeasurable both in dollars for the part that is intended to sour upward .. 1IIIS IS a full-scale mock-up of the Lunar Excursion Module which the Grumman firm will mid
because of a series of fish deaths involving and in aesthetic values land the first two astronauts on the moon. The bottom\ part with the legs will act' as a platform r .

THRLE MEN are expected to lake the big LAUGH which the top purl will 'launch off' to return the astronauts to an orbiting mother space ship

ride in a three-part space craft: boosted to the

moon by a Saturn Five rocket standing 360 IT

Don't Be Too Trusting in the World Jungle feet high and developing 7,500,000 poundsof When asked by a new neighbor A Good Library /Means a Good Community

I thrust t in the first stage whit her husband did, a wife re

I That's Just Outside Everyone's Door TodayLaw WONDERED. some time back how the plied expert, "My" husband working i is for an efficiency a large- Join 'Friends of Library' GroupBy

men would ever get off the moon, One of our
readers in West Pains Beach supplied an explanation "And what does an efficiency -

enforcement officers and newspaper In interstate flight to escape' arrest for murder by David L. Schwartz of NASA expert \107" the neighbor wanted RUSSELL: KAY Most of us recognize the fact with schools climatic and l I I""i 'lug
ji,: men arsjwl4\ (4j be somewhat! cynical about assault with Intent to murder rape robbery "'" to( 1 knew he wife, thought. for a j moment, I am !sold on libraries 'unit their'1 111"t'\rbr\ riH W. wortfi while' W conditions,\ .*"" -..
l human
the ,
nit They lire not. They are merely and THC: PHASES planned to orbit at eighty to us in creating a we have not concerned: ourselves
other violent offenses then explained: Mi's 1 a little hard importance While our universities ,nit v.,ul,\I.
) realists. Almost without exception, these miles above the moon are the Command!, to tell you exactly, but if we women better world with how they arc built and maintained loges, our high schools und ,,'lu: I
They know that criminals from far away printed Service and EM modules, all joined together did it they would call it nag Florida. might well stop and We know that a small portion grade schools maintain h I"'<-
: places, as well as our few homegrown ones notices showing the faces and fingerprints of The Service Module Is actually a lank reservoirof gina -The Wheel I Fuirhope count its change afar as libraries of our tax money goes lo most of them are underpin J! I

are ever-present hazards, Even in such a quiet the hunted carry a line ul the bottom: "Con. rocket power and fuel cells One man will Ala. are concerned for political and their support but we don know and with insufficient funds n ,',

spot as Martin County, the "jungle of crime" eider armed! and! dangerous stay in the Command Module while two climb public apathy have served to place how much and seem unconcerned the job they are supposed i is, JOur .'
can: be just outside your door Young punks into the Lunar Excursion Module and intoan Used to be you went without us in a very poor light compared as to how our state compares with Parent Teacher Assocniw,., "
Occasionally: especially in cases of bunk go the nation far
We facilities
of the library
as as
with the rest country
hold in things to have money, now go have been extending a helping hand
can up a filling station Miami and robbery those eliplical orbit with Us low point 50000feet ) you
sought arc described as being should be ashamed to admit it, but are concerned
without to have things,- to rectify the situation but Ihi'>
be driving down US. I in Stuart few hour money
a in possession of machine guns us well as the above the moon. Raton, N: M, Observer 1 the fact i is there i is no library in At the present time Florida is can't do it alone and until /
later! Small favored
towns are spots for moro routine descriptions such as "usually the state that would be considered spending $1.17 per capita. on library aroused public demands that V I_...
y' robbers and forgers to "hole up in" until the carries pistol in belly band" or "armed with ON THE second orbit, at an altitude of Shivering wife to her husbandon adequate according to the standards service while the national ida be placed on an equal loo,'

beat blows off knife and gun." approximately 1,000 feet, the astronauts will a duck-hunting trip: "Tell me of the American Library Association average I is $1.62. For really adequate ing with the rest of the nation

: South Florida appears to be a favorite Not considered in inter-Mute but hover to look over the landing area. They again, dear, how much fun we're library service the American we must continue to hang 'I'
spot {for persons fleeing front crime in the fugitives within Florida have two minutes for the final decision to land having. I keep forgetting,"-Chat Public apathy is o u r greatest Library Association recom- heads m shame and admit oa','
are of "wanleJ"I'eMnl
North. Because we have so many "new people" described in bulletins scores If they decide to abort the mission, it must ter Chippewa Falls, Wis. handicap. We need to awake lo mends $3.50.Physical deficiency
here, we trust "most everybody.: But, if you florida Sheriffs distributed by the be done within this time period or the LEM the importance of the library to facilities of a library If you want to help, hcu""i'
Association and received by A four-hour day would bring our community and arouse public should fit the program of library member of "Friends ot the 1 I.
law officer of fuel und time
were a will
or a lose amount
newspaperman youwouldn't. an excess
our local sheriff. Some have broken jail or Module. many changes into our lives For support of a program that will service, A library is not just a brary" Association Askrnir I"v
with the
fled prison! camps. Think of that the next time for .rendezvous example, we'd have to reschedulethe give our community and its citizens building it is a service to the whole cal librarian about it. Join, ando -
Every week into The Stuart News office you !see "a nice looking young fellow" along coffee: breaks;Skwcek, Gran- the kind of library service community, the student, the re- your part to give Florida iht
'- there come a dozen or so fliers from the FBI the road thumbing for a ride, AFTER the astronauts, in protective suits ite City III, they are entitled lo searcher the average citizen i t i library service it deserves
showing mug-shots of "most wanted" criminals: A (the moon( is alternately hotter than boiling whether his p interest t is popular
youthful hitch-hiker was picked up by water and colder than anything we know) have There was a lime when a fool fiction or educational and scientific
Palm Beach County sheriffs office a few ventured out with their oxygen pucks, they and his money were soon parted. and said "All rightec, now, I'll subjects
weeks ago. He was a teen-ugcr, barely old have from four lo twenty-four hours in whichto Now it happens lo everybody take my practice swing, and then While Florida has a populationof QLOIABLh: : QUO US:

New b House Office BIdg. enough to shave currying: a little duffle bug return to the Command Module, The Blade Bladensburg, Md we'II start the game."-Boomerang. nearly 5xxtOoo()()() <)() only about As soon as you begin! to m-it"1'
In the duffle bug was It Aspmwull. Pa half of that
a gun was the sumo number have library that your virtues are import-,mi he
Costing $170,000 for gun he hud used to kill his mother, father and THEY MUST fire the !.EM'S launch Then there was the shoe clerk service available cause they are yours, you hciom
Each Member Using It two other relatives before starting off to I'lor- rockets in order to make who opened up one box utter: another Doctor (Ito patient\): Look at it Every thoughtful citizen recog- the prisoner i of your own v ifliu,
tit precise moment
Ida a for his woman customer I until this way: You're in excellent shape: nixes the importance of libraries Thomas, Merlon
an effective rendezvous, When they transfer left the for a man of sixty-live\ Forget the
there was only one on Every high school and .
Don let in college
An interesting sidelight can: be cast: on the strangers your house D'ln'tpick I
buck to the Command Module the LEM shelf. The customer remarked: "I I fact that you're only forly-flvc.- student,
every one concerned with i1"1
Any old circus hand km>'"'+
proposal to raise salaries from strangers on the roadside. If whatwe've
congressional: up
and the Service Module accelerates Bulletin, Robinson Ill
written above doesn't is jettisoned don't really want to buy today I any problem that calls for research even the tncndliesl animal will, h\
$22,500 to $32,500, which was temporarily convince you drop the 6,000 miles hour to for friend""Well. knows the
lo looking
spacecraft per was a importance ol bud tin'
a a day and take out on (
shelved for obvious political reasons, this being by The Stuart News office and we'll give youa send it on an escape trajectory toward earth ," said the clerk, "\III takedown A middle-aged couple were sunning competent library service. not only wary humans so nevn ''IJnL;

it political year. bale of "wanted" mug shots and fingerprint the last one if you think he themselves! on a vacation for our metropolitan areas but also" where a giraffe can you kick un> if

A new House office building. not yet fin cards.And RE-ENTERING into the earth atmosphere!> Is m it."-Roto-Vues, North Miami beach for our small communities as well an ape clutch you or an ekpluni 1
ished has been under construction for some before you hire somebody who has the Command Module must hit a narrow corridor "Do you know. Henry, said Show. me a community with a trample.-Henry Rmglmg North;
six years. It has been branded as an architectural "such an honest face," you might ask for references the wife dreamily, this i is the first t good library and I will show xou .
of air at a low angle that I is! "just right
monstrosity.. That aside, the cost will and double-check them. Some of those hotter than Two friends had a date to play limee've ever been anywhere a community that is going places. Few men understand their III\e'i
the craft "
not to
shots look space get golf The first 1 one stepped to the without the kids Believe it or not but industries It
which almost Pw
run-according to estimates, : are mug positively angelic is i not fatal. to enjoyment
Its heat shields limit of 4,000 degrees before tee, t took a mighty swing, and his Yes, Marcia but I kind of miss concerned with
and it I! finding a locationare pie who each
low $122,000,000 clear 1 IP<
invariably -to ; ii are perfectly
it is lowered by three parachutes If it comesin first t drive was a hole m one The them Throw !some sand in my as much concerned with adequate other thmp
will provide office space for only about 170 ut too shallow im angle, it will go into orbit second friend stepped to the lee faceBulletin, Elkins, W. Va. library facilities. as they ire back.-are Frank simply Moore keeping Colrn
Representatives Newspaper Ads Vital around the earth, if ut too steep an angle it .
0 Ands ------
This comes to $720,000 per member will burn from excessive heating,
now it is urged that still another such building To Successful Selling '."svrt: "1 .
S should be started to take cure of the f } < .; ',-" ''i-; : '
From the Hoonvillc, Ind., Standard: "It is ALL I HAVE to !say is that those sixteen ,
: won't have
hundreds of Representatives
a pity retailers so often have to learn the astronauts practicing for this feat lire men f..nr.I as
in the new buildingWell
: space
!same lesson over and over again through cost
we are lo have a so-called war on and ,
? poverty We have an economy drive which so "1 his observation was made by Edward Gangsters Now Start Cars "
.. far stems lo consist: of such picayune: mailers
R. Engle; official of the National Retail Merchants
us turning off unneeded lights in government From a Distance With TV {
.. offices, And we have an office building costing Association Mr. Cngle was referring "
$720,000 for each and every Rcprescniuuve to the importance of newspaper advertising lo Remote Control Gadgets a' ,a, rV
retail trade Necessity is the mother of invention even
: who will occupy It, and another such in pros
His! findings f were bused on a study made of among gangsters,

:: pect.Einstein himself couldn't: add up the political the results of the New York newspaper strike.It Now the racketeers have found a way
and schemes was found that there is no substitute for around the hazard: of getting blown up by
spending proposals projects
;= and: make the slightest sense: out of them newspaper advertising and that without advertising rivals when they step on the starters of their
retailing would be in a chaotic stale, curs:
Such a waste of{ tux money is no recommendation
as stock needs! and turnover would be impossible They have started using a remote control
: for increased salaries for the pub.
for them lo predict. It is also stressed that switch similar to those used lo operate
officials who are responsible
; lic when the advertising of big stores is absent television sets to start their can The
... -- --
II the entire shopping complex-including the twitch is connected to an electronic device attached

little stores-feels the ill effects, lo the ignition system of the automobiles.
The Stuart Newt will furnish photo prints The Standard sums up in these words: The curs can be started from a relatively

ol sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture "The ultimate loser front inadequate advertising safe distance with a press of the remote "

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of 12,00 / then, M the consumer who pays for control: switch carried in the pocket

for the first print and $1,00 for any additional kisses: due to slow turnover waste and high per In the event the cur: is wired with dynamite

print ordered from the same negative at the Item selling costs: or other explosives, the men are far enough

lame time; larger sizes by special quotation. The basic principle here is simple enough.; away to escape serious injury from the result

Stuart Newt employees will not lake photographs If people dont know what you have lo otfer, ing explosion. Recurring automobile bombing

\ I except for the news and advertising they can't and won't come: seeking it. Sue: incidents! apparently by rival gangs, are believed TOUR H.OMIR FARMS More than fitly persons from sev- ing of flowers and packing operations at
columns: of The Stuart Newt cessful: retailing and intelligent and extensive to be responsible for these! precautionary: ) eral slates look part in a flower farm tour recently, In charge flower farms several area commercial

I 'M ... .... -... ..".... -. advertising go hand in hand measures. of the tour was County Agent Levi Johnson The group saw grow


-JUPITER. ..NEWS...- Women Club Pony League I' $26,000,000 Spent in Area Cubs Receive I'I THE'I lhui STUART

I MRS ANNA, Ml\l\rt, ( orrrspoudt'nl Phone 74M64J Installs Plays SaturdayJupiter I' By P- W Workers, Says Roggin I Badges, Pins Pit OFFICERSARE INTRODUCED

.a. Jupiter Elementary School held
*** ,*a*,*,ex
? Jupiter Women's Club officers -Tcqucsta-Hobe. Sound I Nurse Koggin ol the public relations | (IXX) ) a month and 80 per cent of I Cub Scout Pack. I 115 I met I last I open house on Monday night tvorc .

AMMA Obtains ApprovalOf were installed Wednesday night toy Athletic that Pony Association I league has will announced an stuff at Pratt & Whitney these orders go to small Florida I week at the Junior ( ili/cnn Building and after the Parent TeachersvHmtion

Mrs Wells E. Tolson! of For exhibition play Research division' ol United Aircraft businesses | tor Mi monlhlv program and \ meeting
game at Kiwanis: Pull),; I
State Federal Pierce. District 10 director in a al 7 p.m. on S.iurjav, April 18. talked to the Jupiter-Teques- He also spoke" of the support the awarding ol budges and pin Each class displayed examplesof

GroupsApproval colorful "rainbow' ceremony at The Little League:: play will start ta Chamber of Commerce coffee Pratt & Whitney' i is giving the won during the past week students work and exhibits of

a dinner meeting at North Pain on Monday April 21 audience SuturdltIIh'UI' the tremendous Florida Atlantic University and Five new member were inducted various kinds! vying with other

and support ol' the Ing. the lacilitv Beach Country Club Tryouts for I Little League and research en II111t'1IIa built at the to the University of Honda branchal into the pack h y Cuhmaslor classes tei show the moM attractive,
American Museum o I Marine I the minor center room An art exhibition and an
I held of underwater Ihe leagues were complete
archaeology Riviera Beach Ho mentionedthat Fred Landrum. Those
Spring flowers decorated the I receiving
Roggin not only portrayed
Archaeology "
now the industrial featured
in planning' ; Dr. Payne said, "de I Saturday morning John Brewbuk arts display' were -
stage! for Jupiter, Van I Park. serves a museum of this where banquet tables artistically arranged er, association president, said progress made in research in the the men brought into I the bobcat pins were Bruce Kelly in the cafeteria, where refreshments
has been gin bv the Florida i Boardof : valuable collections and type data by Mrs Ci i. B. Mond' Mrs Mrs. Edwin Gould challenge of the space age! and areas are university trained and (harlca I'lunililcy, Larry Critic, were served Approximately
Parks and Historic Memorials he centralized" can William LeMattcr and Mrs. J. ing the women of the n is association orgamz' the wonderful. discoveries made at carefully chosen for their ability Leonard Sojka and Tony Gro- 400 parents and children attended

and by the National Geographic I N. William Adair the ten pasi nre" handle the : the space center but showed clearly plus their degrees One person in gan; wolf badges were given Lynn .
E. Miller said of the proj lo concession stand how much Pratt Whitney had Beard. Paul Daley. John Mason
Society.Dr. the audience
dents in attendance was lo
were presented A short business
eel "We Brew baker added, and would like meeting, con
arc delighted that Palm meant to the of the Jupiter and Mike Mike Staffs and! I
I economy that not the bi.t Dyer
Melvin orchid I Irons I only
M tnc engineers
Payne executive Beach County has corsages orcnit to have any of the I tittle I league ducted by Mrs Richard Ooar
vice president, of the National 'I a site for the American to Museum provide house of Mrs R. A. Diednch. who or Pony league mothers who can nearby area towns as well. us that of other Ihe wives must have been screened Alan MoCheraero Kenneth Scott awarded advancedto hear presidentincluded. the introduction

Geographic Society, and N. E. Miller : of Marine Archaeology was in charge of the program. help with the project, call her 01 I because such line young women badges of the officers for the com
director of the Florida Boardof I.I AM MA'I purposes are excellentand Mrs Jean Merulla and her 764-7842 Me "pointed out Ihat 6.000.000a ) I have come into the community lion. I ing school 1 year, Robert" Nichols,
Parks and Historical Memorials I a of year is spent by Pratt A Whitney Boys and silverawards I president, Mrs Betty Gibson, first
the need for such researchand gave group Two more sponsorships" are lv1og
have commcndul I r>lim. :I lor'the : I'' display of marine artifacts is 1f.IS: Mrs ro"i : available The Community Federal employes in the area and $81.(MM) The Crfeca.. sponsored by the were: Dwycr, Rickey vice president; Mrs Eda Pede,
more than SKXXUHHI pioicct I delinitely present" accompanied by Mrs Viola Klaiss, Savings and I Loan of 'Riviera was given to local charities lust First Bank of Jupiter in celebration !Brcwhakcr. Bill Nagcl Rand y 1 second vice president; Mrs. Glynn
according to selections. year by> the plant employes. of us first Dick Me- Hamill David Sl.ilta, Milchtll Mayo,
u spokiMium :In> i the Charles B. Harnett sang several Beach and Jupiter arc sponsoring! birthday. recording secretary; Mrs.
AMMA, which will br lonsiiuct sad funds of the AMMA Mrs. Neil DuBois and Mrs. a team, as are the I-irsi Bank of Orders go out from the plant Cord, president of the bank, served ONeil. !Billy Ohlaczvnskl, Paul I IDilley. Peter Klitguard, corresponding
to begin construction Roggms said to $ItNIO-() > Mike Crawford. Mike, Miller ,

I : amounting
Diamond at master of ceremonies rely, and Willmm Magrogan,
of Hobe
are not vet available, but his or- Shirley Pennock Floyd, who gave Jupiter Garage/ Charles
Kobison and
for the Sound Lions Club of Rood -- -- Before the started Me- Gary treasurer
WDGITED"Kynci" / jMni/ation hopes to raise $1,000-() ) the club history past! year, program John Freeman wentto
IKK\ ) in Florida to build and were presented life membership Landscape and Hobo Sound Chamber Cord had Ihe numerous candidatesfor One-year pins Ohlaclynski Howard Swycrs, principal, spoke
op. Danny Stanley -
disc' the non-profit institution certificates. Mrs. Ruscl M Sut of Commerce Commander olfiee introduce themselvesand and Paul Dulcy. brielly at the close of the meeting .
The museum IH cliffe received a past 1 president's mention, the office they were .
expected to
while Mrs Alvin BuitcrlieU seeking Dens K and 9. under the direction -
the Entertain
11f"f! Us kind in the world, pin ,
and 1 would! be devoted primarily was given a president's pin. Honors LegionRood the next codec will be held on of MrI I Icslie, Hamill and Miss Beverly Chnstman, bliss
to and Mrs Tolscn installed Mrs But Senior GardenersThe May 1 Id with I the First federal Mrs J.lll1eShellieroc., presentedan Ruth l'hll\unan and Mrs Hermon
preserving studying
I hibiting historic and prc-hislonc ex terfield, the new president, Mrs -illmim. Post 271, Bank ol 1 Riviera Beach as sponsor Faster skit Den 12 won the Holu spent their Caster vacation
miteridls I Donald Davie, first vice president; Green Gremlin Garden trophy for Den-of-thc-Monih, bated with Mr. and Mrs liar low Rood,
salvaged from scan I Amer-j'
underwater honored
Club, juniors I ol I the Traveler legion wis l on behavior and attendance Den
'I' sitesSunken Mrs. J. William Ad.lir.Ccond' vice initiation,, Valier Named Mayor County Line RoadMrs. !
( ceremony on
Palm Garden Club entertained mothers of Dens 10 and II were
Mrs. A. J.
remains of ancient ships president, Mrs.; Charles Kalis Green, record treasurer capably al Ihe senior club meet night by the annual I visit of 1)e Of Tequesta Village hostesses for the evening Joe Chnstman, who has
S will be the major I target t ofMMAs of I londa Commandc been
{ on luesdav. I I spending the winter with the
I It \ ,: ing secretary; and Mrs. Edward
investigations. The institution I I1 Mrs. t-olmcr Sorcnson introduced Jack Adams of Cireenacrc City Robert C' Valier was elected Roods, returned to Almond Wis,
Waterbury secretary -
plans to collect marine the junior club lea,tcr, Mrs At the opening of l'ie steeling mayor at Ihe lequeslii Village Permit ApprovedFor with them Mrs Christmas Is Mrs.
sumcc' data during Us undersea Mrs Butterfield announced her William I lewis, who in turn introduced C'oinmandcr Miles Hughes Will Council meeting last Monday He Rood's mother

s expeditions' committee chairmen as followsHospitality : the voung gardeners Iticl presented a new American: flag hud been re-elected to the council Mobile ParkThe Mr and Mrs.
and telephone, Mrs. child reported on a bird' as follows fur the post .1 gilt of the Auxiliary. lit the March 17 election Ralph Schneiderof
( aptam and Mrs. Benjamin Frank Hubbell and MI" louis : Mary Thaycr) )yellow throat Mrs Roy Rood pall president of Other officers sworn In by William Grand Rapids have been the

Riggs. Riverside Drive, have re- B.llluhelfare.. Mrs Diedrich cd warbler: Marv Roebuck, downy the Auxiliary and chairman of A I lord, village attorney, Town Council and Jupiter's gllelsf Mrs. Mrs. Schneider's utter,
; ;
tinned 11h01l1 from a trip to Charleston rcmcmberancc Mrs A. A. P. Cu- woodpecker: Barbara. Melvor I the flag' committee made the were: Ihonias Turnbull, vice mayor Zoning Board met on 1 1 ucsduy John Theresa Albrecht: and Mrs,

record f It one of through the Intracoustal sack; Thrift Shop, Mrs. Nellie pigeon, Mich tie Mcl'hilomv. curd presentation : ( icorge L:. llowder treasurer, night I to approve H permit for atop Sawfish Zelglcr tit their homes on

dedicated, tireless service) Waterway Neidhardt; news letter !Mrs Vernon mal: I lynda I Lucas owl 1, Michael Commander Ad.mis made an C ceil ornelius, lax assessor ; grade: mobile park which Id- Bay
to the Birong and Mrs. Edward Mallnas, pelican: : I Frie Kricbel impressive, presentation! to Ihrepost Charles I D Stewart tax collector, ward dearhiirt Sr. and L'dwurdCicarhart : Mrs. Ted H lack of Philadelphia
community; i Pearson; chaplain, Mrs Robert bald! eagle, Robin Coury great : 1f members; who were responsihie 1 Robert Harp, village manager and Jr. are planning for a has moved to u home on Old JupUter

Langdon: parliamentarian, Mrs. J. blue heron: Jimmy Jones, turkey twenty-five I I new memberof clerk;h1 rUntli: Duscnbcrry I police :- l\venty-five-acrc tract near the Beach Road and expects to
ORLANDO SENTINEL btea Howard Cox; historian Mrs. Floyd; vulture: Mary Falkmberrv.. thrush: the post A citation, an orange Henry 1 W Jewell. ocean. nuike Jupiter her permanent/ resi i.dencc. i.
Idl membership Mrs. Edwin Pcder- Jan Derry blucjay, Becky Chase. cap a membership pin for the village judge. The mobile home pack, which .
rep sen; music. Mrs Mcjcr Lefko- loglerheudhrlke blue cup, and a h'rty.flllh anniversary The next council meeting Mill beheld hud previously been improved by
r Dxlsol11bir wilz, conservation Mrs Dan, Bar- Michele McPhilomy. Mary Fulkinherry membership' pin were 1I.Irdedl.oue on May 12.IAIwanlans. the Jupiter Planning Board/ !, will Mr. and Mrs. Marion Frock of
den; legislation Mrs. William I Le. Jan Derry and Becky I ; Garner W <). "Kegg, and occupy the hind north of Heath Sprmglicld Ohio j were the
Chase introduced Michael !Miollis These member guests of Dr and Mrs J. F Mi.
OUR FOUNTAIN Master, sponsor for the JuniorWomen' were as blue Entertain Road to Palm Beach County Puik
ribbon. winners the flower were joined by Post 1 (ommande near. Bryant Drive lust week,
> at recent
F.r Your F v.rl,. D.InkWB Club of North Palm Lieutenant and cast of DuBois Road us far as _
show. Miles Hughes in a citation. from GovernorAndy
SERVE LUNCH Beach, Mrs. Jack Robson; sponsor the Henry DuBois properly the
for the lupiler-Tegtlesla Junior Mrs 'Kenneth I lore reported National ( ommander Dan Foley ( ellrhart, said that work on the Smok'y Say 11 ..
. STUART DRUG CORP. Women's Club Mrs. Ruscl Sut- on a trip to north Florida and lies- for the post's membership gains Pitlman of Stuart hcu- new project 1 would begin in thiity
r cribcd the spring blooms for the The impressive 1 i initiation ceremonies scnant-governor of Division I \ of
I sr. L.d. a Inn Di.t AT 7-IS2J cliffe; publicity. Mrs. Paul HanIcy -
hId l' UIt..1 AJv.ru..msnl. Yon '0'lrr THE REALL STORE juniors telling of the.: forsythia. were conducted bv I he Kiwunn C luhs, was the guest of days.During
Kriebel and
Mrs Eric ,
library the council .
b % C.-p..in Fund Ronnl. Sp.n- ; meeting, the
,.r. : 1 Mrs J. J. Meska and means, red hud and Judas treesMrs ritual team of Voilure 2l>0, 40) and honor at Monday night's meeting
; lathers
ways town
of approved a contrailwith rliworacnNO
8, which Jupiler-Ilubu Sound Krwamt
consisted >>
Albert Alderman reported ol Ray Mahoney '
Mrs. G
Mrs E. A Arnold and Club. Fri-Soulhern for the resurfacing
Pelican Island I lowery Davis Guy Dot
Vero !Beach
on near
(!Y the Summer Season B. Mondin. the 11fbird! sanctuary in the son Tom Croft, Drurv Dickson, the board. of directors Kiwanis: of I ganluskce: and Paulina.. ,I N
Three bids
streets submitted
'It II New "Do" BRIDGE Rt AIRS United Slates, established by President chef de Bare of the Voiture mind a chicken barbecue, at i were
from In-Southern the
I Theodore Roosevelt Department Commander, Adam Park on Saturday. April 25 The uppur ; n,
8EIl SrtRl APRIL 20 Mrs. Mamie Jo Gillespie, social Those initiated were John Green. big event, which: will start lit II ent low bidder' Asphalt Paving and '4 I

PLAZA Repairs on Alternate A1A 1 bridge service director, at Salhaven talk Jack Ogle Tommy I amer.. Wi sons and run through the day Rubin ( nlruClonere\ the oth ? l r

over the Loxahatchce River are cd on "Problems of the Aging"for icy Jones, Myron C. !Starr, 1 homo will be put on for Ihe benefit ol cr bidders
BEAUTY SALON now scheduled lIt to begin April 20 the club as La rour. Eric Krichel. Maxwell the club many projects The commissioners; decided 1 to
The bridge be closed all day A garden tour and visit to Patricia Collrell, Richard Steele Cap (Iouk. John Brewhaker, president of puhliei/c- the new horseshoe and
317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2838 for a five-day period, while the Murphy's ('andleli hl Restaurant Walter Zepke, and Lawrence S. the Jllpiler'reqllelta-llobe Smm khuftlehoard court which are et

OWNER GEORGIA 11ARDWICK drawn pan is being repaired and Fort Lauderdale gar. Straucl Athletic Club, reported" on I Little now available to the public at
: Mayor Robson and other town dens was planned far April 2X Commander Adams announcci League and Pony League prepa Town I Halt Park (Commission.! ss IIl'Js.

OPERATORS: VEUMV TIIOMVS: BARBVRA HUNTER I officials: obtained: the delay byappealing with Mrs. Wilbur Oldham acting thai the name of this class of In. ation.' l.ouisc Johnston said that the
to the State Road Department as chairman males would be called the Lowery Visitors; from Stuart include! lights for the horseshoe courts are
__-: RECEPTIONIST: BETTY HARDWICK to avoid closing the road Mrs Frank Doty. Mrs. James Davis Class' in honor of Past Commander Bon F-enton, Dan McClure' an" being installed and the o t h e r Oar farmti gore! us ae mienall -
i during.!. the season I Kelly and Mrs Ransom Gludwln Lowery Davis. )He also' iiill, ToJI.Divers. courts are now lighted typci of f forest recreation!

Sr. were appointed to serve o n presented an autographed photograph ; Hoomer flout Company's proposed
I he[ nominating committee by Mrs o f National (Commande Fare Well dock construction! li on t their ANNOUNCINGREOPENING

Soren on. Pan foley to the post in recount- At HomesteadJupiter silo east of U. S. J bridge wa
Mrs Freeman Dyke and Mrs. tines of an all-lime high membership discussed The council approved

RUBIN'S Ernest Rosenberg; were welcomedas before March 17. which mark Diving Dolphins placed'irsf certain phases' subject the Corps MIRFf.AI.NE KENNELS
, 117 N. 2nd Street, Fort Pierce new members at the meeting ed the forty'fifth birthday of theAmerican and second in the first elim of Lngmeer's: decision.Canmissioner John R. '
r at which Mrs. Evrett Antrim Mrs I cgion nation tournament of the Florida. Oliver no/cman Mnnlry, Mir.
.p.pt Edward Waterbury and Mrs Peter The child welfare program of Stale Divers Association ('ollncilheld rep| rled an additional skein, has Boarding Day Week

slauel were the hostessesThe the American legion was the in Homestead. Through the been Installed! on Allernute AlA Month
club look purl in a District topic of Commander' Adam's address elimination events, a team will he ''n front of the Federal building Obedient
i 10 Symposium on landscaping! to the assembled members chosen to represent the state\ in to prevent the next heavy rams TrainingGrooming
t & Party FormalsOne and Trees" under the chairmanship and guest national meets this summer from flooding the Community fed-
y of Mrs. John Hussey of Stu- Boys Slate candidates were introduced first place team winners were eral Savings and Loan 5401' S. Federal Highway
Those Mrs by Boys Slate Chairman
attending were Ronald Schluscnicyer, Robert t Fort Pierce Phone 464-3378
Roy Rood, and made '
their talks
Richard Hardy Mrs Ijjfkowil/ Chcffcr and Ab Thomas Second Robert I
on why they would like to attend K. Berger
Mrs Mondin, Mrs. William I I I place team winners were Craifiwaverly
Jacques, Mrs. James Kelley Mrs Buys; State Those competing for : Bob Rowe: and Paul,
Alfred Weeks, Mrs. John Arscn-' the honor are Tom Brown, Mi- Bames Schlunemeyer is Wins Road-e-o
churl Adair, David! Rogue, Water
gull Mrs. Walter Paschall and the Diving Dolphins and ('defer HARVEY'SCITIES

i Mrs. Sorcnson.! lo/cman.Clcgg. Dan Ronnie Mills Stannard and Niles Don, treasurer, Zck Kindt Is an al- Robert 1 K, Berger of North
ternate of the first place team and Palm Beach carried off the hon-
of a style in new Jaycecs Stage Saute committee They not and face the the board Boys of vice president. Bob Rowe ,Is stale I ors in the Jaycee District 8 Roado -

Political Forum directors before the competition committee chairman I finals here on Saturday. Her -
deciding vole
for the F.SDA.Pioneer : will In the Road-
is taken by the membership. j r compile State \mthQ.
41 Spring Colors Full Jupiter Jaycee converted their Sergeant-at-orms Jack Horne e-o al Ocala on April 25 aiming/
regular escorted Mrs. Resident lit the national competition In
meeting Thursday evening Belly Bush to the
into a political j 1 forum for all candidates platform to receive a citation from To be HonoredMrs. Washington which follows C\!
Skirts for Junior I t to city elections, to which' .ommimder Niles Hughes in upircci.ilion Rick Proult of Boca Raton had )
the public was invited. of her participation, in the second highest rating in the
I Sophia Rood, Jupiter
pioneer and Ken Davit of
riving tests
Robert Moore, who
planned press publicity Rood Williams who
given a lifetime of third. c: q rlxl "wAYS J
Jupiter was
the open meeting Introduced the Pat 271, American Ugion service to the community, It being
Merger was awarded a plaqueby
Miss candidates. Before closing a brier memoral honored
on Saturday, April
Jaycee President William Ma- for General of the Armies C icnreal I IK, with an open house at the Jupiter Jaycees and fine iro

grogan announced that the Jay MucArlhur, was conducted by home of her son and daughterinlaw rhy.IIU") SERVICE

cecs are planning another open Roy" Rood, acting chuplaut.fallowing Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Rood,
1 meeting: to get acquainted with the the meeting 1 the on County Line Road Old friends : ANIi'IIILRE:

I Sizes 5 to 15 candidates I before the stab and Auxiliary served home-made cako and new are Invited from 3 to 5 Mr. and Mrs. William Masters, u... llwy. 1 and Palm City Rd.
elections I in
county May punch. __ .____ __ pm.The who have spent the past three U 12 P.M.!
hostess will be assisted by months at their home in Tropic OPEN ADAYS
., Vista, have returned to Auburn A WEEK
five of Mrs Rood's ,
Orders seven daugh
Special ,
t / / ,44p. ten Mrs. James Merello of New N. Y.
Mrs. -AT 7-0077-
York C E. Baxter and Mrs Mrs. Neil OKecfe and her
James R, Neider
of Delray Beach three children the of
were guests
Promptly Filled$20OOTO$5500 Mrs. Victor Yeats of Tampa, and Mrs. keefe's great-aum. Mrs, Free Pick Up
kin R. p, Hardison of lewis->> last
Sophia Rood k. Mrs.
: we e
: 1.pt.. burg Tcnn, and Mrs. Roy Rood. I )'Kccfe and her mother, Mrs. Ar And Delivery

.. ; leigh Bevel returned to their 8 until 11
WARRIORS BfVU GIBBONS: ) homo in Almond, Wis, lust week a.m. p.m.
.IoPtss" en".
a _.. -- -- ---- ----
Jupiter baseball 1 Warriorswon
their; fifth. ;h South Atlantic

League game last week defeating;
Cardinal Gibbons of fort !Luuderdalc. -

I 10-0.
Lester Carmen and Don Harrison

No Charge for Alterations each had three hits in four

lr appearances at the plate and AI
Znvalclla and Billy Williams each
hud two for three. FM ,

; Dick Legal allowed Gibbons J
'/.i 5 only three hits.

: ..'""" .j .,. .J J' ,.".. Fridays non-conference game
f with forest Hill was a reversal of

fr.r. LUHR'S JERSEY SEA SKIFFS"The Warriors Ihe Cardinal loot Gibbons to Forest game Hill 10-1 The JOHNS FUNERAL HOME

t In the. in innings played before Air Conditioned Chapel
I Ideal Boat for Florida 1Paters"WOOD'S the rains came. .
Mrs. Robert Payne HardisonSr. R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD IL JOHNS
COVEAT of Lewuburg, Tenn., i is visiting
: Licensed Funeral Director
j her daughter, Mr. Judson
2nd.RUBIN'S Mmear, of Palm City, and her 1012 INOIAN1OWN ROAD, STUA1T
THE EAST END OF THE PALM CITY BRIDGE : mother Mrs. Sophia Rood County .

PHONE STUART, AREA CODE 304 TEL. 287-119 I Line Road. Mn. Hardison cam
111 N. PIERCE south to attend a celebration ofMn. Telephone AT 3434
I See Our Good Used Boats I / Roods eighty-fourth birthday 34-Hoe Aanbulaace Sserk Oiygea Pqulpiseal
till a* wetk.


TIn: S1LAR1 (Pa.) NEWS 3i1fhh; George C i $1.000,000 A bone Estimate
IhnpHlnv!' April 16. 1964 mmee. six. foot, seven
-----I fish and Matthew S

Fish Citations the inch Meadville"Howdee sailfish. Pa.,while", with six fishing.foot [ : I 9. Building! 1 Section ] Sales Tax Receipts

A. Whiticar
Issued Here by William Poor I

I en.foot. six-inch suilfish Showing Large Hike
City Chamber : fishing aboard the RECENT BUILDING PERMITS ,

with Captain A. I. I .. .
Stuart Sailfish Club has issued Toni Tarco, Eau ( (April 3 through 10)) Sales tax collections in Martin impact. if any, the transition- from

Citations to the following fishermen ty-one-pounJ jack ; Locution Contractor I Description Amount County continued to rise in the winter to summer business will
through I the hnmhcr of Arncgard Williston N. March report with 65017.41 re- make on the state'I economy."
C. F. Shifflcttc Eau compared to $fiO.101 1.42
Commerce office for sailfish and City Stuart Straughn said the 5 per cent
een-pound bonito; In February, and to $51.41 MO
Other varieties of fish Glen Ellyn 111, in March, 1962. wholesale sporting goods tax collections
Harry H. Church. Warren PJ.. round jack crevallc and 518 River Point Drive North None Detaining wall S 1,000 The county s sale tat increasewas for March totaled $75
--- --- bonito, while 404 West Seventh Street Pete & Bruno Tile porch and.; f atte floor 410
teen-pound more than 18 per cent over 253. up $11.042, or 17.19 per
METAL aboard the "Maryhoh III Martini Trailer Park Jensen Trailer Sales Carport: 200 the same month In 1962 cent over February Fiscal year
Captain Bob Scrim her. lift Egbert Place D. Schcnaiuloiih Residence li,000) An rise also reported
W. Are Workers In Metal David A. O'Kcefe. impressive was collections total $''',576.
statewide with sales and
IF WE DOVT: / IWE If \Cven.f.oot. nine-inch : Martin County use tax collections through March, Gasoline tax collections for
"E CAN: / !MAKE If C Turner. Orlando, than $1 March totaled $12299819. down'
slightly more
six inch sailfish; J. B. Paint City None Remodel 2 000 (000000 producing more revenue than estimated ;- $287887 under February, but $1 I..
lando six.foot. three.inch South Federal Highway None Four, patio .Blahs (each) 105 for the first nine months of 376,898 over the same month last

i!! I: rg i tune while" fishing with (Captain aboard the I Monterey Road None Residence 8,000 the current fiscal year Florida J. Ed >ear.
director of the
tjencvipve Schneider, "ruction ('0. Coral Gardens Section 1 None Residence 6,000 Straughn
t Icrno fiftYoflCven.inch I Fairchild I Lane None Patio i slab 150 Revenue Commission, has slated Building Permits
Uick .Fisher, J Straughn said March collections,
STUART PLUMBING grouper; Brownlce Studio 1,000
Salerno Fred
bet & METAL WORKS per Beach; J. J thirty. Kokicki.four,.inch Delmar I Port Port Sewall Jim Longford Boat storage shed 1,:200! ed based 21114781.on February an business increase, total.of Total $$84,770A
841 7.0131 Stuart
fifty.nine.pound North River Shore None Tel residences (each) 12,000 $4417141 I, or 2645 per cent ov

fishing aboard I the "! Monterey Road None Residence S 000 vcr the same month last year. church, a duplex' and sit resi.dcnces I.
JJeathcote with Captain Locke. Poinciana Gardens None Utility room 150 It was pointed out that fiscal boosted: building permit in
Joe Gorman Jr., Booker Park None Church 5 000 March collections July through Martin I County to $84770 for
NurseriesArchitect H" twenty-pound king ; 12,000 total $168967639, an twenty-one permits last week.
Rudolph E. Sicvert Washington Park Jim friend Duplex increase of $28.480,550, or 20.27 Four city permits totaled $18,.
Deigned Landscaping J? twenty seven-pound Poinsettia Road B T. Tripp Addition 1.200 per cent over the comparable period 650 and seventeen county permits
Oriental Design A Specially. crel while fishing for the previous fiscal year. totaled $66,120.
Line of Ornamental "Spray II," with i t "We are roughly $1 1,000,000 over -

Plant Material "The IndianRiver Young Mrs Fern Agin, With No Major Side Window i I should the have amount at we this estimated time to meet we SAr TI"AIDS
Area's Oldest LandscapeNnntry
Ohio, six-pound sea troutAntome budget requirements Straughn
Our 38th Year. Turn said "This is a cushion which LOCKSMITHS
Right off US. 1 at Llndsky Sax invented AI'H will serve to take care of any possible -KEYS MADB-
Lumber In fort Pierce. Phone saxophone, first shown I declines from this source
HOward 15332. at the Crystal Palace of figures of revenue, as well a* possible Lock Combinations
in London. repre decreases from other sources durIng -
---- of liva- rr the remainder of the current Changed

; OUR APRIL REVIEW... ( num(The fiscal year"Straughn said March collections -NEW LOCKS-

..,discusses three potential beneficiariesf ) Jan Rein-such reflected the continuation of a Hobe Sound
Florida during
strong economy in
a strong business year as 8xn recent months and added there 546.4881546.5131
: l :.r foot, A are indications this trend should
HOWARD JOHNSON I For ex, continue during April.

(UooI""pI.J!newJ of profit ....w,,,) : I numbered' square w Y A,1, ri Pit "April! usually is a good month PAINTS HARDWARE
from the standpoint of collections'Straughn
ARMSTRONG RUBBER C I e I. and said, "and it will he in- ATlantic 7 0363

(Ate crir./ Yolul+quad tumnt ybU) : situation of the too.narrow lot pacted fill and vapur barrier and terestmg to determine whether the .",l PlM
this one-bedroom retirement Home later N iIIT1108M topped with terrazzo or resilient winter seasons will continue i .
S s.lln
REVERE COPPER & BRASS T No 7002 is only 26 feet wide 0 CN floor tile, "'exterior walls are made through this month so as to be a
\ and has no major side window. good revenue producer in May IiC.lva.I. Cut
of 8 inch concrete blocks and (Interior
fH'1I"cel' / booting, / onw'ngi) Fifty feet deep at Its longest the r "The last m months of the fiscal S"....
\ .2 house is topped by a saddle roof partitions are of regular year are generally the best revenue
: For jour copy of the new "Review"limply mail the : I fences with its ridge across the centerof e s n wood framo plastered on both tides; I producing months, or at least Bruih.t For Black. A SuwtlMMotor 0.......
\ the 24'/i'' foot-deep living-din- 7-mch-thiclc insulation ii specified I that has been true during the last
Shlll Port. C.bl. tnt Oth.r.
Send lilt your new April Review d tcuuulf HOWARD | might be ing area (above the partition separating between all rafters and the roofis several years While Florida tourist .

: ARMSTRONG RUBBER, and REVERB COPPER AND ) j as "No side the kitchen and bath). The w topped with tar and gravel: or business i is now on a year round INDIAN On Tk. Drive RIVER- On. Mil.SALES NorUJEMSEN
neighbors" garage which protrudes toward the t asphalt shingles Where a dual basis, there are some weak spots BEACHUKNI1UKB
; HUM...??.....,.......?".....i houses! are street gives an extra deep setbackto II sa wall-heater is not desired electric I It will be interest, ting to see what, _- I
.41 ( noises! and the living area. A private rear ceiling heat or a heat pump (located _
: AidnM...-.'...'..-..-..:.....City....-..-...-...Sute...:.7r.. source of screened porch ((8 by 14 feet) is te e :iCARACI In the garage) should be con t

.......................................... shared by the living room and the sidered.
I the thorny bedroom Home No 700.: was designedby
: HIRSCH & CO. A 6 6.foot concrete r
by stoop aafRONtas architect Jan Reiner \IXH( ) >-, j
-- Me6.rt' Nv r.a Hoc fndwng..ntf oHw", ,.eA..,. '_ ___ with a raised planter forms. an entrance Fifty.second Street North, St. Petersburg .
to the 4 4 foot foyer
i by 10, Ma Florida Homes, a
108 South Second Street Fort Pierce formed by a protruding coat closet publication containing additional
RESIDENTS. OF SI DART CALL TOLL FREEt'l ((4 feet wide and 6'i' feet high). plans by Reiner, is available at I
''t ATLANTIC. ':7-4100 Back of this closet (C), end handyto \' val's Book Shop or newsstands or RENTALS
1 the kitchen I Is the dining corner by mailing $1 I to the above address .
(see table with four chairs dot
,,1fAI'IOfFiCEI'-' : / 25 Broad' Street, New York 4, N. ted on plan) and a pass-through to y ROWELL FURNITURE CO.

the kitchen (arrow on plan). The I are grouped around the water Actors Equity Association which
Listen to daily market news and avenges living-dining area has a fIfootI I heater for the greatest economyof has about 11.(XX) members is oh Dial AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps
t 5:30-Station IRA 1400 on your dial wide sliding glass door facing the Installation and operation. Since serviing its fiftieth anniversary. It '
street and an 8-foot one opening,
'-- -- '- -" advance the the
". --e.; -w.jI,; the ceiling over the laundryend was organized to
I Ii
/ Yutl Intltat Les PM Mir 41u on to the rear porch. This is an garage
.... ... feet there ater and those connected with that
i India Pu G. AlOof" :: airy room because its center part is over nine high, HEARING AIDS
____. is for for art.
(under the ridge line) is over 9 ample space shelving or
------ ---- 6.foot wide above the
feet high and slopes symmetrically i a '
down toward the street and the door to be used as a sort of attic All new styles at sensible prIce.
garden. A side window (not shown storage space Complete Service on all make of Instruments
a here) I Is optional.The The construction or this ,,700-( \RP-NRTA special program
@ bedroom has a 6-foot closet square..foot home Is as fol'owst' : Aidol8otJ. r Free hearing test in home or office
(C) with floor-to-ceiling bifold the 4 inch-thick concrete floor
doors a sliding glass door an slab is poured over solidly com- Rt'palnChason's I Batteries, cord, molds

awning : oclOinlth garden, I IN SriHRTl Batteries available at
and a linen ( ) near the r. Carl B..';... Utile Specially Shop 234 Osceola St
fora bathroom. This room is heated bya State Honoring Garage DI.trlbut.
dual wall-heater (H) which also
e heats the living-dining area. Dial AT 7-2311 Acousticon Hearing Aid Center
; r The 7V4 by 11.foot kitchen has Its IndustriesSpecial SERVICE FOR SAZSTYetaeta
happy change its shaped work counter facingthe Slush. F...... tll......" 709 ORANGE AVENUE:, FORT PIERCE 4(1-3266
window with the refrigeratorRF
( ) to the right the range (IR) tribute being paid I
(with a hood-fan over )) to the April 13-18 to Industry leaders r vla.ireiriv i S wi t'n nrnJ rnrnJnlt firir'nyrr irn nY
: rlvw rnin
move UE and employes throughout' the p4rvviv A A a l l l l l l l l l l l l l
left and the double sink (S) under '
for their contributions to
the 4V4-foot awning window. A state
juulousie door leads into the 10V4 community growth and prosperity S

to a'.R. by The 21.foot washer garage, dryer and water 100. Martin reported.County Committee of I,

heater (circle on plan) are located Governor Farm Bryant has set tiG FIRSTMORTGAGE Ii
( ( I in the garage between the kitchen aside this period for congratulations '
C- r door and the outside door. Tho to these important contributors
bathroom fixtures I the kitchen to our economic welfare Coinciding
sink and the laundry appliances with Industry Appreci
: k : ation Week is the Florida Industries I I
f r 7v. Exposition in Orlando April IiC
I Tops In Design 14-17, when thousands of our
) states products will be display. ,
ed and bought under the slogan,
KINGSIGNS Made For You In Florida By

J 11V 1 ." "Klee... rT.a Floridians"We Join." with Governor Bryant CORP. I
and the Florida Development It
Commission sponsor of both of 1 1s
these important events, in talut-
Ins industrial management and 5
employes for their contributions OF STUART
I NEON SPECIALISTSFort to our community" said Ross Phil-

4 Pierce HOward 4-1399 brick executive director of the
.a local committee.


! ,..UootIt. w ........,... 1dIIa{ the'ha..h's -. Motors Rewound
eaed ptiu Walla ml similes W.
uy Caloq tee Ito
..bmlaofiir. & Outlets -
10'Am B.penpltd .... eels.F Home Wiring
'. COOU PIIIIe Ananalsr eIertrIt W 1Dr1Dotaml.J.. FOIIdoI cook ill t. ?wale Water Pump RepairsOPEN INVESTMENT CERTIFICATESFLORIDA i
;. tookache bMIu..Goodb. > ,. ......._fcwr. aril. ........ 4 ON
10 wa N.light Ia_ No tiettalsts. RESIDENTS ONLY
10 AUTOIIM'IQ lloyioL la4t ,
ly.ha .._peW>JichI8.Aa electric-..1e G

mass to--tie-tmI.a--.eItcIrie.ooka..set.lg" wet'*.JIll ... ahldpoal. I East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart
SMI away fans boo ASK MT WM...took D ED -"
.... .Vatt;
ATlantic 7-0122 .
M HOKUM s* MST *cd. .
assm P'tt,>0'*d M'6aaee' 1War Mdagh.l
.. 10- ::!

I' 1 Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce ;;

,.,;lid ''ftJ1JJL.' f. HOward 1.3160

! .: I"I e iuee4 ;;, r I 1945 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vero Beach ;:

,a.f.LI. -' u iuj r i .,. 3270SCEOLA 74144 I 1.r.1I.I1l111.11111Iltlll'I"1 iY.v7itWfLv.w..V..v.Vn.VW.N' .tllllllllil'II'II'I! 'II'I'! !'Jvv..v.v..v..v..v..v..v..v'!ltll"I !"II'!''!I'!I'11111'II'II'II 1'1'.v..v.'" '". ha

sa ,

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a tr I
"........... .

... ,, .. NEWS
-" -.- Tlir STUART (HnrMa)
1"f' .- '" Ihiirsdav., April 16. 1964 7-47
Here Are Physical Changes ProposedFor '
t 1 .J1 .. Li

,. ,,, County Getting
""' > ": :t !

County Schools to Meet Growth More Cash (from

By RAY McCLURE \, Racing FundsState

.. .
.: I<
Countless! changes and additions -
,.. F. Green
; Comptroller Ra\
nearly every school in
.I.i 5., : reported (that checks for WfiflOO'
Martin County were recommended IIIuV
in a survey b> the State Depart ,I from the race track tax fund being -
milled to each of the .ixtysiM.ii -
of Education
ment was made 14L
public recently at a meeting of the \. counties is an increase ..otIKHI
Martin County Board of Education "' \ ) ) over the same month I IjstI
I .
The changes were explained in I'ur
a talk by Dr James R. Dungan I the comptroller said the total
of the Stale Department of EduCation ; paid to counties to dale for the
: and are included in t h c .:w' : : current tiscal year is $I7SOQO.
(2731413(:! recommended to be A EVE Ihes I 1an increase of $t 9.Itl)<) over
spent for new construction ;md ihe same period lust year '
alterations in Martin C o u n t .\ ------.--.-- .
schools in the next five >ears. L ., Ml the people on Tristair tin
Below are each of the schools .. '. ( unhi Island In the South \lI t.
in Martin County and the recommendations ; r ) IlL. ";. ... I lame hear mi of seven family
mule by the state survey names class. iirein I lagan, Rtfg*

} team. I o ..,,,... .-IF .. & NHV ADDITION CUES UP i r C iRVFR GARDENS 5111)01, rom s,\IFRNOcafetorium I, ers Swam. _Uvarello and Kcpclfr"St I ,
Martin County High School: II"IIo'! M ..11"Itfr", --_.-._- ------.
Complete site development and \ _' suite, A Ic-rlilr md moisl OIl I i' re
hcuutification: construct arts and 100. ..'. Spent by I
craft room construct mechanical .t 'I i storage and heating four toilet I'.W In 1 Florida iuiiri.il\ it' :;ultivale eclervor _
drawing room; new band suite: 4., .a ......... ,tiaa"' rooms Estimated cost: $367068
new vocal suite: add home economics -" ;. Members of the team that sur- Was $12,000,000
,suite toilet rooms and storigc vcyed Mirlin County schools are: I
Estimated cost; 181675. ,4 Dr. James R Dungan director Florida businesses received more

Major alterations: Expand libraryy 'ys,'"> 1" .:: :t ;\ and specialist t m school survey, than $12.(11)11.1)1)11( ) ) () )) In purchase orders
incorporating existing arts and ; Florida Stile Department of tJiication and sub-contractt from Pratt i
rafts room. Estimated cost: $500() ). WORkM put the finishing touches on the cero nl sub-floor m the new gymnismm at Carver Gar lallahissee; Robert W & Whitney Aircraft Florida Research I
Stuart Junior High School: RaTe dens School at Port Salerno The new school is expected to he completed by Aug I 15 and will serve asa (nlbcrt. supervisor of site and and Development Ccntei
md remove three-story building high school replacing Stuart Training School STS will be an elementary school surveys. PunII County Public last year.
tym band room shop building. Schools, Clearwater, Charles R This amount was "spent with i I ,
assistant i College 652 Florida firms which provided tr
nine economics building and --- king graduate ,
namtenance shops Generally alter. pupils in grades one through six toilet rooms storage fsiimatcd of Fducalion! University of florIda various products and services for
of all
:rude and beautify complete site: builJinSE.timated I Gainesville; Donald Knapp, the company' Florida plant herethe 'or'o..tu.. bookletaMJlNJ
$165620:! alterations
Major :
ill J and grade pond in front of the ations cost: 57000. to a new proposed elementary cost: principal North Side Elementary nation s first liquid hydrogen :
tuildmg. New construction: home. Stuart Training School: Transfer !school possibly in North Stuart Convert existing library off ico- School Fort Lauderdale; Robert rocket engine was developed for = mati. >ptic Pencil I II
taking suite shop mechanical pupils in grades seven through No new construction Major alterations clinic to itinerant teacher room or H. Miller area supervisor( public the National Aeronautics and tlMmvnt clip hit checking compl.n the adwn com
Irawmg room band suite. vocal twelve to Carver Gardens. Site : Install) central heating system storage No estimated cost I accounting' Broward County Pub Sr see Administrations) successful p.nl.i thit Int.r.it you end I Thought It Was
work Raw 1935 and relighting lic School Fort lauderdale and Centaur did Saturn vehicles mull III to your mviiTOni man
lute, two science rooms library : building; remove total rewiring ; Warfield School: Transfer pupits space '
\ijiower and locker room addition all! temporary buildings from the patch and repaint classrooms, install in grades seven and Jesse E. Miillms, principal, St. Candy !I"
"Vo toilet rooms storage admin- site: fill, grade and develop I all impervious material on toilet Stuart Junior Hich I School,htFm I lucie (ount\ Junior High School HEARING rHORLCMTHMrIn
strative suite, and student confer. portions of the site New construction rooms floors and wamscoat' : patch and grade low spot( in northeast' Fort Pierce CoH Aid.! (I..I.,..... ut4_ K u..r.4>L......'..1.e.
dice and activity room. Etimatedt : Contingent I on above site and repaint exterior of bUilding. corner of site. New constructionTwo : 1.11. ..k.) B.IIM! Cord. lOCICU) Mlsr\KF .( hk
: $392080:! Major alterations: I work recommendations, constructa Estimated cost: $22000:! primary classrooms. four The second busiest port of en I HOI-1.:ONION\ \t. IIMSHIMi -.
Alll "KH: "' N however Mistakes"'
Convert small library to arts and compact t. climate-controlled Palm City: Continue development elementary ch"roomadl11inis try m the I'mled' Slate is Honolulu lot >tl..ll. A..... VI. l> .n>. OIlC
etafts room: install central heat. building to contain the following and beautifitation of site. trative suite. library, storage and when more than WO( .(MX) ) )) IK i,mi uimi In uliclhig your Insurance, can
: .
ing system replace existing( fixfllres facilities: seven primary clan I New construction: Three primary heating. two toilet roosm Estmnit persons are checked annually by ((ph..r O. I.t..1 I.url.: :: 'Stunk)) rltncd and
with new fluorescent fixtures i rooms twelve elementary classrooms classrooms library administrative ed cost: $172:!,ISO. Mijor alterations the Immigration Service, I be costly tnt txp
instill ceramic tile floor in administrative suites, cafe. suite, storage Estimated cost : : Central heating installed for ._ -i it rui M. S'S r. M Nhuhu.INSi (.u..' 'i) reliable help In this, Jour bids-
listing toilet rooms install spray. torium four toilet rooms and $114920:! Major alterations: Con existing classrooms: patch and GENE llll-. ('REDI: ( MAN SAYS ri rim I Via.i :. <) i'u cStell
.id on coating and mechanical. Estimated f't tullrttDIVIRUtlKDSUIVILKI M'mli nl local agency can sav*
impervious on ex storage vert office and clinic to itinerant repaint classrooms Estimated cost: I |
filing masonry walls m existing cost: $447,005. Major alterations: teachers room and storage. Estimated 9240. "Good Credit Your j I, i f: :MiIMl you both niiiiuy unit grit ft
toilet rooms wamscoat high: paint Install central heating in six remaining cost: None Warfield Annex: N o recom t. .INC:
alt classrooms including ceilings; classrooms and library, Parker School: Transfer excess mendations. Most Valuable Asset" I .,
,"Opamt exterior surface and trim patch and paint these facilities. I
pupils in grades one through six Proposed new school! : ["lenientnry R. V.JOHNSON
Estimated cost: $7,950 Study AIM Inqulrt about
best utilization of existing shop to new elementary school proposed ; between Parker. and Jensen ) I planned' ipproicll
probably in North Stuart No Beach elementary schools: for MERCHANTSCREDIT to III. Insurinc n.*dtmmimmatm
building site work, new construction or grades one through six. Relief for AGENCY
Booker Park School: Complete major alterations, Parker I and Jensen Beach clement t'ftJIQI'J.IYNI .
general development and beautification Port Salerno School: Complete ary schools Initial pupil cnpaci. BUREAU t f ,J.1' U'ulI tinswnln.sra Realtor and Insurance
of the site; remove portable development or site, New con ty 351 I: ultimate! pupil capacity .....".....LIIINLIrNLrlna AT '..3.66I1RS'r
buildings as soon as possible struclion: Two primary classrooms, 720 Recommended construction: "MARTIN COUNIYS HADING ('R11)11' BURfcAL" NrnNn,1N. ;a.WI IHilRAI BUILDING
New construction: Three primary. four elementary classrooms library Three primary classrooms nine 1'ROIISSIONAL: \CII\1NGK: BUILDING SlUtUT 1

classrooms s : ; library two elementary, administrative classroom administrative suite:, two elementary --classrooms. --library- -- ---- ------ - -. I
I suite; storage and heating; two
toilet rooms, and cafetorium with. '
I put kitchen. Estimated cost: $221 Education
-OHO(). Major 'attefh'tititisr'Providb! Higher
central heating for entire plant: .
I .
paint existing building; refurbish "" .
V toilet room. Estimated cost;: $1,-

1ti I I 000Carver Gardens School: Transfer for Your Children

, pupils i in grades one throughsix ;
to Stuart Training School Generally -
Beauty Skill. develop and beautify site.
New construction: Band suite. vo
cal suite. arts and crafts room
trained scissors can art-
t"Y shape the prettiest coif- toilet rooms and storage. Estimated ( A New Home.
$117455 No alterations -
'I cost: major .
nre create new beauty for you! Dunbar School: Expand site by YOUR DREAMS

five acres: raze existing buildings.New ;
construction: Three primary ;
classrooms. six elementary classrooms Security.
Fashionette'BEAUTY administrative suite, two .
toilet rooms. library, cafetorium )
without kitchen and storage and
SALON heating. Estimated cost: $287-
300 No major alterations Make dreams come true -
605 COLORADO AVENUE Hohe Sound School: Generally your
STUART FLORID develop and beautify site. Newconstruction t
: Six (classrooms \ t .
Open Mon thru Sat. administrative primary suite, library \ Open a Savings Account today --

storage and heating; two JJ
7:30. a.m. 5:30 p.m. toilet rooms. Estimated cost:: $179- !
MARIE WETS Owner 140. Major alteration: Convert r # Add to it each pay day !
office and! clinic to itinerant teach
ers room and storage No estimated ; .
Phone 287-4999 costJensen '
Beach School: Transfer

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I have sewed o* your U. S. Senator since 1946. 'r PF.R ANNUM

During lht*. y.ar* I have attained seniority ,
twelfth 67 Democratic Mtmbert
ranked among
i'I.' '!of
of th. Stnat ..... *
This seniority has( plaCId m. en AIM motor| ,1
"ttnat. committee each on. of which I Ic of ... "
particular Important tG Florida and wry on.

0'Your its vote citizen.May 5th will rasp mt }.. this powjj.fulI HIT SAVINGS AND LOAN ..
position to help Florida at well CIS our great "

country. MARTIN CO.
=I, sl t Ih. = Y; Mssw: NIVt'4.. er Mss..= EDERAL I
p's-. c.-Ittee.

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I-C THE STUART (OFU.) NEWS lI1Id..y. AprO 16 19fl Dallas
L.uce of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

I Organizations DirectoryCIVIC Received AwardAt I

": German Base THE CHURCH OP GOD-FlaUr I
ORGANIZATIONS HI C Beard el Zoning ""' .._. I a... Sunday Hotiool
Jbalnnefr-'Fred UhoadeaM Auman Second Class Dallas N. tINt a.. Mornlm
Afcohollca AnonymouaWad. Worahlp
Ckunk Thitre u.s f m c....".... I ,.m, Bvanlnt
.. '10 prn.. J U Community .1 W.h.
of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
son ? p.m. TUM .In.
Jarrin Muaeum Ceaimleilne
Am....., Radle Emerfency CPI Caualy .
l<,.ordlnatoi"<"" iritc BoioueIrd (CtolrotSI,, Muiih 1. \\old 1, ,*ul., I. 1 N. Luce of Stuart hat been presented 7 lit p.m. Thura.. VPS WTMHORE
Tb.,.. i p.... ih Turn ? a. pm Conrtboue. SOUND SOUTHERN METHODIST
Animal R..u.P.stI.ntM Lekaee M. C. Zealnf and Planning Cammleel I the United State Air Force CHAPEL (Maeta I la Community Bld|,)
... Karl I J. RleofjIlk Ih.I..o-.I.III. GaughaaSchool Outstanding Unit Award at Ram- AT 7-2512 REV, ( HAItl' .EH 0 BKNNEtT. Suitor
... ., komei BuardtTh.brnunII.o' I lit p.m. "ade 'ehol
T. 7 ilO p m .
O. Rlndrodmd i u- I' stein Air Base Germany. ? 'I p.m. Wonhlp .
....al,.... .. Prel,..>lonal Wo_'e Club Moowe .. ltIO p.m.. Cnurtbo.u. b ASSEMBLY Or GOD-Pub. City BIBLE UNION .
Airman received the
PuuI4.utLids l Monnlnirerlnd4tk Luce REV I. H. UAN1KL. Paelor COJ.IGTIN.
Pint Nat'I BankCocoaiiut el Sewalle Paint Pa City
Tuea. night.
laror--J. I award as a permanent decoration 100 *. Banday 8V. LA wan: J. BRAS
Park-Monk II"'.. SbareaProperty Merquellnnd I for his the Seven tics a. Mamma- 1Ih. I 10. .... Sunday School
Wed. t Tow Rail part in helping :
0".... wclallon p.m. I JO '1 b..... .d, frayef I .... lom. Worablp
.Id.nt-C. M. Rohnbau.k - - - teenth. AIT Force: band achieve an coo 1... Sundae Youia Ber.loe1HV 1.1 a.. pm Wedneaday. Weakan1
Haatlnva Snd WednMdaya at kome POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS I exceptionally meritorious rating in p:Bk kuus'lluthe arvlo pillowaklp

Coral Cardana Clvte Aaioclatloa Republican Cluk el If..... Ceuaty : support of the United States '.People FIRST BAPTIST-JOO 9. Akraa I PEOPLES CONCREGATIONAIJ.It.,
p..kl.t-Sduund Pltlla* P-e.ldent. .-.,..... B. WaiaeaRepublican .1 : to KV. KOKKESr WAfKlMa, :1 BKV. MATNAKD A. IIL
People" throughout
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let Sun., I p.m., M.C Aarleallural Bid.. Women a Club el 1 M.rtl. Ci program SuadayIi4t 11:00 Si. S..:.. Chunk Early. BchooT'
FMahalden. Aaaaclatlea. Pro.ld.nt-M... John W. Hueeey burope. a... Sunday. Sekool I thIS
Praaldem-Colonel U. V. lotions Ird T....., i pm. Flret National Bank The airman a graduate of Mar 111 0 :. Mornnif Worehlpi I turn Mo'an.hutS Wonklp.aarvleaa N..
Meata on eaU M. C. Democratic Eiocutlvi' CommitteeRELIGIOUS tin County High School, entered faa 0 : Irainln Unto Werehlp* I Tll' pm. Youtk Vainer loonIes

Cardea Club. el Stuart h.I'm.n-dw..d; T, Muuoy Mb7..ua the Air Force 1960. pk E..nn. ALL SAINTS'
in August l. ._
pr..tdart-Mtu. Joha W. HuaaeyInd _...1'..... -Mard. Bt. VIal.Muntbnvu MO p. w.... frayer Bertie "K.IOPAL. ..
Men. lull p... Woraaa Club On soIl I .MI- a&\ 'Lna

Hlblacua Park. Clvai A.......... - ..- "Gandhi corner," will be set up PALM CITY .APS1. at MeCerdUhNKlt I:1 a.. Buaday Holy Co..I0

.....Id.n -Gaorte MaaOonald ORGANIZATION in all museums in India to publicize 5:40 School. *.". nm"t :I" ...Io. sod
aoL, I tilt Pint' Matteaal' BalktouUejitowa a.1. Sunday .
Ut pm. .
Clrla the K. :
Friendly Society late ot Monandas UHIV ( .Morning Worahl* tiles a.m.Mornlm rorm,4 Benae
Clots Cluk Leader-Mra. Jack. Whltlsazire. oandhi who is considered the .JO p..Irmlnln Union I U'I, Hol', Com" '
""> ">
Welk" .
prealdent.-Orady SmIUItk .. I pm.. lit Mary ChunkJeeopk list p.m. Evening Worehlp' ,.
.. tauur of the nation. hIS .. Wedneeday Midweek Pray I o
Mon. I p. St. Cull p. I Ir Toaadly Holy Commatloa

I..... Baack Canoe ClukPreildent '..>ildent. Mre. Fdward KlnwllaMon. ( MeeuagHftSI ; an. 11,1 Liu"
I Ln.5A.L AlnrKII..rqJlIIT; :: :! irvtae
: t ,
Thur-day >
$ -Hra. Calvin Wither ill Ipt.boul. BAPTIAT-Pus'. lelera
Ird Wed., I p..... J. B Woman Club St. Joaeph Holy Name Society. .;;r.I.1O OK ;; '; |. f'N' a A I.M lj > to. C. 1AKLUH PulorI a Holy CanrnuubooUbny

,..... Beack. Wamaa'e AaaaelaUeai P..ld.nl-It. Kmmerlna. 'a'lIlII "A..a. t LAlut. t.tiIIuu'. :4 a-tn. Sunday School 11.00, Ch.b 70 t. ?IItb. .rierea
,...101.-Mn. Pnneea Hukb.illatlrd n... .before lad B... S a m. SckooiSCOUTINtt .a.tau'IltoNTI. "I'ATII! ut.e 11 a,.. Murnuif WorehleIO t: .m...... Ch.h -. Sunday
Moa. 8K 707 ClubkeuaeJiuOor _ u _ .to"u.\ .> p.... BTO. :1 Wednaadar
.io1JO, I.MTEU: HOWLi. > I Ml p.m. .In. Woraklp LUTHERAN CHURCH OP ST.
Woman'a Club. .>U ...itYl<.ll: ,, INC. I tilt p.*). ..... .' fiayer meet.tali American Lulharan ANDREW
p..aIdsnt-.MrL duy Cromwell: Boy SceuU ., America ilulnilff tOl'H tllol prwUM fellow. W. Prim. Villa Blvd. Part SL
lad Moa I p.m. Woman Club. aooulmeiiiar. :.'. AMIp. v. I RIO BAPTISTIU.V. I' H. C. hUE PASTORH hl
Wed,, Itlu pm. muart Am Legion Hall UOWUNO LANES I
Martin Count Auduboa Society Board ,..
: INC. ) JA'' 'IRNADI :1 a. Sueduy Sobool.
Ird MOB. I pm. Judae Cloota' efllaeM Sea Baplorere, J.n... Beaok. Skip! 42(1 Defendant > SiOt am .. lo.1 I 10 s.. Wo.bl Isoobos

C. Aaaeclatlon Ion Mental Health. .kipper-Oeoiue Uleaaouea. By virtu of a v> lIt 01 iwmcutlon: Ltne ...BurnIng 0.... B. SOUTHERN
....ld..I-a... Donald Hchioederted "' .. till: ) p..... Anenoraie MarinaSERVICE in my ijaml iiuuuu out ol I Ito I Jill p... Iraliilnc', Union Maatlnt la Ho''. Sound METH MISSION
email Claim : In milt or 1146 .... Bvenll.i' Wonblptttlpn. Clvk Ceatw)
.th..... aoon. The lootIL - - Court a p
CHAJtUui ....
uuinulabulled Mowllnw Itrtvter, Wdne Prayer Meeting kIV. IIJNIT.
C. Ckapter Amerlcaa. c:.._ SealeryChairman CLUBS me atralnet our UowlinK ....11.., ,|&pm. lone .1.
-Mallory JoknaeaMania CIYI... auk ., Stuart me, uuiy .atteaufd on aaiiuajy ', TOeA FAKMS BATIT-w.II .:0 p.,. Kvanlni Warship
i'rsuhtituy-Aarsn. .u.... 6104, the JudKmi-nt on wnien ald & 'IACu' .
Memorial Haapltal. Aualllaryraaldeatr Wed.. II noon, Tewniiouae lUalaurantndlaatawa j..ution waa 'liuuud uolnn laiutdd 144 .u. School HOLY CROl CATHOLIC-.Idlut._
/ -Mn. Curt 0. am. Moraine Werehlp ti JA IIR n.N :
In inn 11..111..101.. ; e.ourt: I..n I 11
flrat National Bank Klwajile' Clubt'tuud.utJomso .
IK Men. .uook I have. luvlod. on all rltrnt, pai iralnllirf Un. Mu.o.s-Sosdup 7UJ ...... Pint
Martin freeliJeBt I County Ira Retarded SwlgartIrd CkUdraa'a. A.... Wed. in lit p...., Alne aeaiinole tea I llll and, Lauva interval. in.ol. In In,.und auid lor uuiitowlliitf Ill/ ,, '.Hill nil) ..... .fcvening. Worohl Prays day, I. p... C.nl..lonor. 11.r

'Thun., tulip.: .., Com. R..., I at Nat. J.... Beack. Lieu ClukfreeMenf lollowinv diinirlUed pivpvrty lu DUNKLIN MEM'1 BAPTIST- _. ST. MARY'S. EPISCOPAL$ 0
.. ....I un Jtlvilda wit Beulavard StuartThe
.11I. Dean county tu : .".v.
A..I..... a.1 WII' a. NOW!
National' Secretarlee School 1.W. Nato
at-lril W' llll luiuo
B.yauuYa a.B. "
pr.ttd.nt-Uos. VI p.a? WooL (01 reel of Emit ItCh fueL tlu. I I ,'b. ilG. I ..ID. IBt.t.. u June)
I.\'UI1.tlbr.r'\ II ion a. Morning
ind-4th:: Mon., M. C Jupltr-rk Bound Klwanl ClukrreelUeut ol baot. i/arda 01 duuth tji.anleet hll .'1,0.15,5' Wo..hl has, 1 (June Ipt.)

Palm.....ldanl City-Oardaa Ml.i Mabel Club. Plnncy Moa.. I -pm Kobert, Jupiter Harp Ut., Marlaaalary t ? one ot ftoilll Meu bid* ,vt Huiita UoverniMblitl Ii b.UK. I,I., .P..Wo..a., Mii..1."rlo loi taInts...... W..1 Oaya Day.. Thnnday aaneuneedHttV. .

tiM tkun. pug ....... Civia Ce.teaha Club' .1 Stuart .a 140 fav tlil JudKimintKeuiuud JT. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eaal Soul. It.iKV. .
In ><> nook
City Civic. Oranlostkavt..biartDr. "Wed,..'.,..Hilt-, Ur.pat a,,. Htantea bunrlee. Ina Maiat L LINDA U. MacAKIIlUR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. MacArlhur Hobo Sound a junior at : Court: utuortILNotIo luau JAM JAMUb JHon tOtes, IK.-Adm.Week 5001. EPISCOPAL SACItAMENT-34a CHURCH Chbak 0' THE IL. 1.BLE.3l._

O.nr H. ItautSM Martin County High School! is shown discussing her project with T L Hudson) of the school d.,1 7 mil. hI W, THOMAS LOUCKBilO
.t...... (Clubs: Center Stuart Klwanla Club. manager I t. hereby IfIY.n that. on baturwy .
.. Aaaoclatia '....Jldeni.-l>.. H. Haiedale Hlpeon und youth program Florida Citrus Commission, at the fifth annual National Yotithpowcr Congress in WeOntiaday tli. i.nd day of April : Tonieaeioael Saturday nd Tkaraday am. Chunk School
CI" I lOO ,
Cardeaa of Euckarlat
pelnalana Inure,, mil .., Iowa Hone IUb between the lioui of 11 :uuAM. kef or* lint .1. .onb 4.It U p.m Holy
l, aldaat-Kev. J. W. karaoalit p. Chicago April 811 J. Linda was one of ten stale tecn-agcr attending the national Congress. Youth- and t:uO A-.At. at II:JO AMon ..I and ass CHRIST MEMORIAL-Jupiter bleed
...... I .... h.... Stuart Hl-Steppere Square Dance Cluk the .
sold the front
day at dour
Port Sol.... Civic AaeoataHefi Stu.bduuir-tlbiiou"t lhs.u'bun. power activities In Florida are sponsored Jointly by the Florida School Food Service Association and of the Martin\ county Court' Houae, ST.Hob. CHRISTOPHER'S mood CATHOLIC I Winter aeaaoa .a. 10.. t April)

;'.. ..._Walter' Bon... ., I p.... XouIbUunt.S the florida Citrus Commission.! I will lull I all riKht,. title :and Inter* ..... IDilO ... Sunday* CHURCH OP COD-Indlanlcwa
tot Thura I p.m, ClotS CenteeIrd uOL of (lit aaid Jar UuwlliiK Lane, i I RKV. tVEKKTT MOKSICiOO
T....... S p.m. Supper SoalaU. 0. c. Stuart u... Club. III' In .and to the above doairlbeuo FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SC1ENllsf a.1. Sunday BrhoerIliOO
.Id.nt-AI ksrttsrbad.ttk ttropitrty. .t PubliC Auction tIleI,6o.t : Hat 0.. B.ulos4aaiva .. Mornlni Wonnip
port Salerne Civil DefenceFlrehotiae ,' / blllMr rur 0..11, to 1II1I.lf'OII.d am. bundey bvhool fHO Ev.nln,
Ind Tueaday. lilt ,... W.... 7pm., Town Houa Irons Tells Nation's Bankers About This Area ens,.Lion .iid/ all co.lo. 11 WO a... Murom Worenlo lIlt p.pm... Wad 'b'uung Wonhlt l-.ople'e
Stuart ortopUelat dab uiven uimur hand and a..athla I'UI r.... Wad I ..'... Heeling tndeavet
BJe Ovla Clubjrnukbaob'Ju'b ld..a-IIdn.: ,. WoU lAth day (lr'Mar. h, lIst, Reading _... MI llagler AOL Uouni
Shom.r eUrd Tb...., noon gunrla. Ina. lIlly O. UAKKH, fcllBUlFP'MARTJJ : Mon truMI .',1.. It e.m.-4 p.. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
S.' Tb. .. Clubbouaegtuart C'OU.NIV.: L.UMW .".,d. 1 .m.-Ili80 p.. JupltarRKV.
Weman'a Club Stuart Juys.u.l'r..bd.ttbbok. Pub.l Mar.. it. April 2, U, 16. 1 4lurauant ELMER L. ALLEN
pna -Mn. Corn.llua R. YanoWveetrd PryopTuua. 'World Sailfish Capital'AlsoHas 7ilO '.m. Holy Communion
I IS p. I'sok Poop hiuItt'l't: 1" "HOC*, OOBHfcLU Minuterkuaday had am Paruk
Wed, I :ilO P". Club BuildingTabakula '. :: :: 5 II \'G.J(>Oil' I'IIOI'ON"H. U. l'IIUI'tJt"\) "J and Sunday. 8.hol.Kucharlat. Sennet

Cai M Group VITERANS ORUANIZATIONS II' .N U'f' I.OLNT\ 1.0 am. Bibla Study llll a... Moralnv Prayer, Pint Sun
Ohalrmaa-Mra. Robert, J. Keete* 12537 F R turn Woimhlp and CommunloaliOO day ef the monlk .....
to rltjctlon Holy Co.
lit Wed. tIIO .a. kome. I A....... Lout'.., J.n... louabCumrno.dtr.CihIlou Martin. luunty: itlve notice that It s,... fcvaning Worship Ion p1.1,. .
IbsuOtisbod.ttk Lot Other Attractions will Ito < Wsdn..d.y
.. of lotmltlir at KUlnr nuei.of ... Sibta. Blat, JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Mon., I p Leglea Ball a 1"11': Apiil UK, Mill, In the Mur- ltss p" IIld. Skyline Drive, Jinaon Boack

Hobe' 5.uadtutld.otDr. Aawiioaa Leilea Stuart tin County c'ourthouao, a proponed ".: SIlt EliTlulOIEIIT RLV NEwTON M. TWthDY
? William M,an C..III..nd.oIIa, L. Taylor mime of rout propel ty whereby :1.\1 5 JO a.... Sunday School
I. ltd T...... I p..... Community Cento InS and lib ", .. I a...., ....,0. Ball L.I1IIO l llutkett. a wIdow: will I conve 130 and 11 MoonS,
Tho American Banker New tory: art and many outstanding ex of all denominations in the county ) to Mai tin County the fulloiInk >\u'ru' OK IVITIO\ TO S am. Worahlp

eaaen Bnaubrro.ld.nbYratb Area..0....... A_.... Leilea..Jin, Mby IndlaalenCommander York. published newspaper with hibits. I and all major clubs lodges and real pro pertwlt. : n.Jtn'I'ft1'11''l'that V\nM the silo::10 p p m.m. Youth Wednaaday.r.llow.hln You," Choir

110.. director, I 1I /... nulional circulation to all U. S. under the 1 lilt p. Wednaaday. Senior Cnoll
Sold 4th Mat d p... Lot I, Ulock 100, located Inlolilun nIdeiabgned proximona .
On the also is the Music associations hal ..
ocean ) ( Uute 1'uik. asaIhoonlpiut of Uiuutor UlHul Law. ol Humid, p. Thunday Mldmek Boroo.JEHOVAH'S
Putt Sriaap.ld.nt.S.. C. Blackmen Amerloaa Lailea Auxiliary, J.._ h.aukYruabdstMou banking institutions, published of Refuge Museum! historic We have new public library ',. thereof recorded In l'i.uihook icl. 01 mil. will rt'itutor with the Road
Bus; MoCue a special Honda edition on an a 1 at Pave CD, publcord r... Clerk of Ilia circuit Court 'In and Sunday-7 WITUSE.tt I
i E Bud Thure. I p.. flnheua* .id-4Ui. it.,., lam.Aaierleaa April 3. in which David U : lifesaving station, where you will' and an ultra-modern tnree-story or Martin Comity! a"totlThu Cur Uurtln lorldn, UponIoci'Ill Monday._Tilt p..pm BIble Study. .

\ ( ';' "'al.. A..UI...... StuartPreelitoat turtles and the ho.pital There modern .1.. ut pf./'i imblkailon, or. Thanday :50. Mlnlitry Stkoolt I:51.
Irons maybe shop
t re.id.at-M. B. (Bonn. N.l.oa -Mr.. Clara May. lelma executive vice president see large are inn uulUa, numu. tu Meetlni I IRDIMER"
I tat '.....,. I am. lnd-4ta ..0..., I p.., ....10. Hall of the First National 8.lOk- little ones hatching i -and are ping facilities home-
I ..tell Mo.lautoCb.lrnuubbltt Dlvblea Morel County ............ W.W.I V........ anti newly elected president of I :invited to scrub baby rtreu chains, and four banks _. erly ii' OS'It lla: gbo.n wittiit III thu I MurtlinCo.-tod,1r1..uo I : undo Hi SWIKT irhi a PRIVTtns will I LUTHERAN K. BU. KOKDHJ. Oeeaa' Bid.

: Btuari> Sameok BuUdl,*' fommaniler-Pnlllp A. Kh-a. Honda Hankers A 'aune>*t llavlna; ear ( 'h, 1'1.lJe: ill am. "nn w Beheel Bible: StttV !
ot.k Tbura vkamber let-Urd IH, i. U. Cemmualv CoD_ for gisbr I nervlnaboi I deatrlbeil of .bumiieiu In ..lul.'t lIon lIds am. Wenblp Servlae
"' - told about SlUart and Marlin watch the huge mother sea turtles ty-eight miles north of the Palm o'terl the::, no IMT I Ii aukInr I IY. ,,'1..1 that Inlllr"'dIn CHRIST I
CONIEJtVATIONAudukoa Martla County Berracka Au.lI...."' Beaches lor deed for : bUHlnnu am Lwo Howadur THE KINO LUTHERAN
County. We quote the article in lay their eggs at night-an unforgettable a Muriln CountyreluuHlnK old ..
I'.dont--M. Hulh N. llell .
P.tlbottt--kuluau labor; Moore Bos 111Ird et-lrd ,'... I P..., Old 0... CkurekV full below.Bv : thrill for all ages. You can't sec Stuart from U. nmy)I Imve: "any In rlitht the following i
Mon.. t Flout NaUaaal Baaakbeak S. I I. but and um In Ipres ted In "1 bu.I", : Church I.hol
; pjn.League .F.W, StuoutCummuntis'Jbo Small industry likes it here stop anyhow spenda liiupertyUol ; I>00 a.m. Paaiora CI.
I WalUMi. M, Murray I DiVlU B. IRONSWe ; Grumman Aircraft will employ few days here. You'll be glad Llo HONVALlKU 10 KID am. Morning w".hlplaST .
rnaldant-Vkariea Kindred -4tn Th.... Qoldea Dal Building \ :i. Block 4), lornled In lol-. HmVAliLrt
lit FA. f p.... Courlhoue n known the about 150 workers at their new you did. and you may not getswa' den lute Park, a* ehonn on iihttihur.or I II Pub.: ),. 15.! A".U J, (0, uS, 16 MEHODITnoo Calsoads A.
are as "Friendly
'P.W. Iudluutssn'aC..mmuudsJapb 1 leiuidnd, In HUt l/ook .
jualef Coneervalloe Club airport facilities. General R. F. because this area will grow ..... JJStUP
W. l01I1.Ioo.nI ICily. W, think you will agree I at rax CD public rciordjDf 1.4 Morning
TUM* till P.m.. Stuart Teutk Ctseitut Hat. t:III p..... Poet liu.aV..w. when the Fittings is producing cable connectors on you.Tona. Martin County, tlaildit.itovnn 'M'KOlHf Of' THH fOl"TYJilt. I am. Ch.1 ,o..b.
you visit us. Although I.UL'f\ ,
Sallllek ClukPreelder .M.U"r. LOl. lou turn .
*. B. Bradley: Auolll..,.. StuartCommander Sluart area i is one of the fastest and employs about fifty OK COIiOTYclslstlssiNpito I,ilO p m. Youth Wo..hp I
lit M.d, I ...... general ....lIn.Id -Mre. Melvlna Weed in the workers. Naturally, we have boat of Bronze Age tools and 1)1"slAtlri:0 UK la .. ,. \.1SKJIV (One wonhlp aervloe, *:10 ,... .
II >d,. I p,m.. '1_...,.. let Mail '10. ct-Urd Wed, Golden Gale BuUdlaaMISCELLANEOUS growing[ btate (county popu. utensils have been recovered from njL.Nrr FLOUIDA; lIBAKhd: t/'I'A 11 01' ) July. and Auguat 8U"dl. I .r
Boor Tuee. lilt p.m. Wttham Field ... - - lalion 22,000)), we retain our small building by HIANKAcii! \, IUTII..C..d. ITO TRINITY .
:'" own atmosphere and air of quiet The large Pratt & Whitney plantis the wreck of a ship believed to c"'rin. < ALL AND 51EV. WHL, t I!
FIREMEN ORGANIZATION Civil Air PatrolCornrn.odurMo4uf living. only a forty-five.minute drive have sunk in the Mediterranean looHOTHY: 'IEI\CE. Clerk !OSt I.\'ISO CL.\\t oil PE. IO: a.m. Sunday .

Jeaaae Bwk. Prea| >aa'. AuaUlarppre.lilent C. R. LeaekCemmlllee south.'! Many employes live in Martin off Turkey in about 1,200 B.C. I'u b.tprll e. 10. 1504 AOAISIT t.\O KHlAlbi: 555 ..Worahip .!
of .
--.Mri. Merle. l'rof ti Approximately 80 per cent : toil, and hlltb, hat p.l. E..I" Wuonolp. h\ asS I
ltd Monday" I .-.. el 100 'hc; county population is locatedIn County: we have an active LIU'L0': .::11'1''I".:"r\'r:; L.U.\L AussewslCEMu't'r: notified and required to pi.aent It'd. BondapuOSCEOLA
Chairmen-Henry O. ElndredKieeutlv claim and demand which
JMMB Buick. Velualer PU. PepartaMait Director-John C. D..._ tho greater Stuart area which Committee of 100 working toward or any either of you. may have amilnet, you I aTtOET MIT540D2(7

r.... I pm.. nr.tonw I" W. Ocean III... AT 74111Lady Deludes Jensen! Beach, Port Sa- obtaining desirable industry. 50'I'IsI: 0.' 1'\1'\1'1O: TO "noPT sltlOET is vitate of Ut-AHKS (SMITH, dorcaned lEV.also I a.rn). H.. Cool.1 KNIGHT. JR j

'I rut, Balerae Fomwa'a" Aualllarfprealdent Caller* Au.uob.tIaPrs.bdoiiiMs. crno, Palm City. Port Sewall and Minute Maid in planting a total 'Ult frItt.t4.. INS" 1I11"-IDt16 lute of laid County, to tile UK10! an. Worahlp .
County of Martin lonln.
JudK County,
I t -Mar* CatannaIrd Kdna; F, Dan of in in Weaaaa
Thun, 'II' 1/i... flrekeiia 'uee. lit* a.m, M. C.OoltOUT.Cluk. Sewatl. Point. !Stuart Is the coun. 8,000 acres citrus our TO t'litM' : II' i\I\J\ (' : CiW\!: 'ANti ItW .51.1.. OWNER?. JIm OIl .lurld. at aald hi* office In th* court Not. o.aihrnau. Society, at meeU 1"1 nt
Ii. county We will have the worlds lNrtl'tEu si .tNU uulJThtItitZd': ) Cuunly at Htuart, .
the "hub of the wheel.
Pert Selena 1/"u.l_ Fire Daaailmaat .Ively Ama dial.Pr.hd.nbMo. ty Beat- lemon Predicted is nul COM'Id>'L DlBlltlcr TA.NLJJ I: t'lold.within nix calendar. mOllh.ng T>4I .y
,_ ... -Robert Johnaoa .. L. Aehoy. Arkgalrd The reason most people come largest grove. time of the flrat I publica p.m.. Pray I Service
llt-lrd Tie*, nrefceueaFRATERNAL. 5.1.. IH* p..., aeme* here in the natural beauty created a total of 40,000 Martin Countyacres NOTICE; In HMtKllY: ; (M\h.S, in ,'mitli and by attthorl.ly ef thl* notice bath claim; or IOT :..B=" .01 oath Slamu4. (laS
in citrus. A packingand i of chapter J7 i't"tbdo. Hiatuie* iniundtd, :: cnn :. :5J70.: Law de ou, oil ahall be In writing, and )
OKOANIZATIONSAeaale Martla Ceunly Fair Aaooal.tls.Prsoldust.J. by our riven and Waterways. Boatmen planted of rluilila" toll. that the tloveriilnv, Hoard of Central antI Houthein, ahall I otato. the place of realdenc SOUThERN
Ckapter. Oreer el DeMelarMa & W. H....' like the miles and citrus concentrate plant will Florida. Inod Conliiil Dlmilct, a publlu corporation exlailnir, and operallngunder and poet office adilrva of th* claimant RlV. II. 1. MEHODIST-a I
.. especially
l >ler Coooubbor--Th.olau Slpealnd4t tat Mo.. till p. Airlcnltural Bldg be constructed soon. and by Ulluv of the hiw of the Ktale uf Florida, Intend to adopt and ahull be aworn to by theclnfmant. : Wor.hlp Sarvlca
.* Mo.... I ilO a.m. Maaoal Tempi" ManIa County Calf .... Cavalry Oak miles ot waterways which includethe the following or a* the be amended' for sold' hi* Kent, or attorney, 10:45 an. Sunday Snaol
*... ......... Ledge reeMenl..-Ed HlgbeeIrd beautiful: St. Lucle River, with We also! boast large truck farms IJIatHU for; the, 'I''I''n:l ; \ ii, July 1, lj>.4nrd::: ending Junu: 3D, Hb6.Katlmaled ) and any auch club bo diniand not 10 p.a. Epworth LeairnaTllO
Ma.ter Ckrlitlan Kalblitlrd T..... 7 10 P... Clubho.ae raising winter vegetables, and many 10 filed shall hoiJ TAO p... Sto.obuuS.I.s
Wonhlpiul Maaeale leaapteAnaa its tropical North and South forks, : amount. 10 be ,..I.'d by HidrlU Une* . . .I ,OHO,000.00 OU1A' KM !I IA W..o. "
Ibun. Ipm. Marti County: Farm Bureau and the Indian River, over one large cattle and dairy ranches. The General Itevtnue, *und Htat. of Hurlda .. . . . *.ouo.uui).till' ."" I.int VIII 550p.m. ..dl. Mualsnary *.
Millar C:1ro':' l.. lib l'r..l.l.ut-Aib.rt KruagarInd nationally famous rodeo at the Hpull I fairow:; Aiiiillllt . . .' . . Uull UO and Ttatamcnt 0 Ueake. Ind .
Prealdent-Mn. Wlhna. Medley Tb....., Bamlnole lau mile wide I'KllnmtMl: amolltit. to he. ; lectlved; : ; from other;': aounea : :: : : : It.: : :00batlmuifd Hinltll, d'euerdTISIJILL.OW p... Prays Meetln.
|nd Tb..... I .... Elk ...... Martin County Ameteur Redle Club We have also the Intracoastal Circle T Ranch, runs two days : unohllitaiFil. or nit bulaitci whkh will be on ANI TlllnLOWAliurnex METHODIST_
utrl, FIRS ladmatl .
each February at Indianlown. hum! at the ginning' of tho above referred to llaialear *
Beta Sigma Pal Sarerlty p..ld.na-Olll. Urllton AT .UII Waterway and are the Gateway Martin i has excellentuchoolo I . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.IUO.OOO.00 Hi'i Firut Xntlonal Bank Building, I.V. GtOKGI.IL.. MolMICI
Ihure I
Zoto CkaplerPn.ld.nt Third p.m. to the Gulf of Mexico through theC'roisSlalc County F, O Hox 776. Htuart, FloridaFlrtt a.1. .
Epillaa ; ....
-Mn. J. kdirin (Ed) Ball ilartla C.....,. Hialerlaal. SecUtyat"lTue which connect and teachers' salaries rank hnllinuKd: total. fund avalluble .. . . . .|il,06U.HDD.00 p.bl..toll April 3i lUt ml 110 p.m. sIx M.rob.5" W..h"
byslcm 16
let-lrd Tkun. Ipm, ko..uuil ) "> MI.II well. Stuurt has elementary "ub: 1155 .
*.ntlv'p.... Pint Natloaal. Bk. the famed St. Lucie Inlet new For ronairiuilim, 7 pm' Roonisg Wort'"
Gemma Phi. Ckapter junior and senior high schools, I'eraimal Hrrvlte* . . . . . . . . .I 15,500.00Vnliai Of" ITI:MTIOV Ton 7141 .! Thu"d' Junb. ChoIr
.Idona-llro. O. II. ....... Multiple Llellnf Service! with Lake Okcechohce and Fort ( . . '0"1\ p. Thunday' Soul, ChoIr
all locations.There : luul t! Hervlui . . .. .. JoTiOUOfonnnuilltlia .' 101111 '
l.l-lrd T.....'.. I ,.... kerne Ueorelary-Carl H. Turtle Myers on the west of Florida. Geographically separate . ; : : .. : . . ,. . . foljloo I.I"T.J. 1 1'11\ that the FIRST 1 .
Daughter* .. Ik. A........ Reeluttea3Regent '.id-4lh T..... I am.jlm we are ideally located. are.twenty'three churches: Capital Outlay : : . . .. . .. ... . llaiOus.oa unilimUn under .. provlxlona RV. MAWoLI A.vaifjS

art Ikurc'-Mn., .kemea....jOlI. Momlat. .1'.ldont-M.. City Home KlUabeth Demenilretlea I'elleieoFj Oak !Stuart i Is rightly called "Suilfu Kin i : Ai>\ :111'1"\0:04'1': : :: Total . . . . .. . . ... .. .... . .I 9, JO,>>76.UO of A<.ta Chapter of 184.tortS..II Law rtKlHter, of' .'Ior''a.' klV. .....

t Moth..' D.Mol.y Club lab Tuee* Sill( a.... Glob bouts) Capital of the World' as sailfish --T<;rH]OK" HTKMTIOSJ 10Itll.lsltH For Arqiilaltlnn of Land and Ollar, rurpone Clerk for Alartln of CI..i fouit In and l0.tU thIn 'a.... S 53&r &

Preaidmt. -Mn. Jackaon Wright. 'elaclana Ken eel. Club congregate t in the tiulf Stream off : : .'U"'lflOll !% \MHNollia Iviaonel I 8 cr5'I I.'re ., . I M 000 00 rrrelut uf of, :;: r:. "loP, of Wonbl

\ Ladlaa'dOt Men Au.Ul.ry. lilO pm.... I.Maconle.... Rlvea4tk Temple Ird Call Wed AT -:.r.D1io.. meeting plao' St. Lucie i Inlet.l It is said that Santa ttndi, -r.lni'd l I., hon-by umtar given the provision.that in. Oi.nl'tun:rail,,,illlle I lira*I Hi-ivku. : . :.:;.: :: : :: :: : ::: : : :: :: ::, ..,,,=. .. ,. ; 10JOUUOI s.sro.uut."trrit : : thIs notIon, prool tho tutltlou name, to- "RUBYTRI' COMMUNIT,

..t.aup.ttotUCbboi I brings a big Christmas run of of iliDo.l., Uw of Kluilda, ihHrma .. .. . ,... ,,, .. J,SOU noCaiiltal VARY KA NCIS DICKION. Pe.lor
M..I..b Gl.tlyi IlIIm.. .Part' Sawra. Home Demoaetratloa Club. nails and the Stuart Sailfish Club .I'rw'.J I. will revlater with' the \ iMitlay;: Ilierhta of Way :::::::.... .... .... '.., :00Cnpll.il under ( tTER PAISTTHE I ,I.. '.001
T..... I p.... 1OOP Hailladeaeiidmt 1'.ld.oI.--M Zlllah Newlln Clerk i.f the (irtt it ntirt In .and Outlay Kqulpment, . .. .. .. .. .. . I,Oull.00 b.oierts. has I;* our prIncipal I nlxaof LI *'*' WorshIp' ..
Order. el Odd ". ... let Thur. I :ilO pm., Clvle Center' holds an annual Light Tackle Tour. ncr Martin. County.:' Florida: upontrrrii't Conllnlr""ch" . .. .. ... .. . .. .. . .. .. 800UOUOTotal b\iBlno, In Htuart. Martin County TilOpm.SIlO: p.., Youth
Noble' Grand, -Louie ChaconSeontary el Martla& CeuatyFrealdellt nanicnt just t Dec. 1014We ( | uf rn'of of publkatlnn of Slut| that the purlieu IntrrvetrdIn Wed Ckelrt
-John D. Gray Riptide Player Johnnie* C. thus prior release, of all sailfish thl* notice, the flitltlou* name. to. . . . . .. ... .. .. .... ..... .I T.IIM900V mild halt,eaare Owen 1 KIwtll INn. RIV. UNlTslAN .
Tue. I IOU r Ball t.enerel MewlingLaat promote 'C '"b and torn T of Tort 'o.t .. FLW.HI
I.I.t-lrd.... River Encampment p.m. I] let-lrd Th.Th....., S p II...p.m.... Huilueaa Meeting. not kept for mounting as a 11111 MTfABT MVR7VAtimlir For IK-airve . . ... ... ... ... ...., ,. .,... .f 17100000 .I.no., Florida and 81..11 that there ire S:'. r-V pi.,. .

ChitS Patriarch- Wllioatnd4tk St. Look Inlet Yecht Club. conservation measure. We have *which. having: we our will 1 principal eiiK *yloos Inbuatner For Ta ,1 oaoa.o lu' Fee .<. .. .. ... ... .,..... .. ..... I ll..uOOOO *, pcraona Interrated, lu old I't Ouibon.bbp' KSC I .fVar8 o. .::::!i
Tu.l. I pm IOU? Hau Commodore. liewkenlet all kinds of fishing for all kinds of biialn.ae' In ilia, Hlitnrt area, >lnr- b..II. (nv KN I. .
J_... ...... Square Club Bad AaaillafyPreildint 1'11....., S pm. YaCht Club tin County 1"1." ..: that. the partl cIntoteatvii For Operallnn and Mnlntenanr* of In* .I Dlatrlit'g Work" : COttA EWFLIPub. PENTECOSTAL BlBLf'n.o. .
-Oeorie TutlleTke of fishermen (and women). Your In sold niiHlnime, are leieonal, hervl.n. . .. ., ..' . I 1IJISOOOOO rd. : ;Lh8 CUSTIB aatiisEs. h._
.' ( Wlmodauala, ) Sluart Beard. ., Mealten form of fishing can suit your particular I'hllin ".H' Rnd 1.I"n. Vary 0'"lu.I. ConintuiiHl, t.rlco .., .. .... .. .. . .. .... ... ... 3 n. iS00 : April K, U. 20 lute a..Bu..d. BOhOsI
Pre.ldent Mre. Html Voreherflnd4t Preeldent. -Keneem Tlllen 5l.trllu, .nd, 'h"l lists apo ('..ttilli ,dlIloa .. ... .. .. .. ..... .. ..... .... .... 4 l.UOUO bios p... .anw
'* '.... I p m.. J. B. c.... Ckunk. let Ihure., I P.., Stuart Betel. interests in fresh or saltwater n" olh.', "or.oll. Int.rntd In mild. Stir: ,, ,t I Imrir.-i Otttbtio.00 K ".' .IIH IKK1. BILK II t itt p.au Wedneedey .
a......,....... Maaon Invited Stuart ; from rivers to ocean bu.lnll., fitpltul, :: Oiillay;: : : : :::: ::::::: ::: :: : : : : : :::::::: :::::: 1. H:24U Oil 1011') MIKItr I ol HT 1tHTItr > 1"11 .

.... P.& 0. SUterkeeap Stamp. -'Ihomaa SocietyFreeldenl Hemenway bridges, piers. MAHIUVAlir 1.tII.U'! VAitr l'UII"Ir"lclu. . . . .. .. ... .. ........ .... 1aaoO.nO OtOUUl(' ,V.N1"T11 Mil'I' "I ti.oniut I CITHSEMANI CHRITAN CHURCH CHURCH O' CHRIST

> CkapterFreeldent-"". P. 1 atl. IrS Mo... IsmPulill* Library. Prefer golfing Our Martin 1'lIh.,, April 5, II. 23. 20, 1964K8TVIH Total. . . : :. A....,. ., .,...... ... I *,!I7.I'500 Plaintiff ) Lor', 5AKgRJ5. I ....

lat-lrd Men., I *... koma* Tourl.t lit-lrd Club Mon. I *mTeetk (ete County Golf and Country Club ---- .- For Ciinriuit of the Affnlr of lie tl.lrltt UUher..I. HAItuLt) (, In.l.nd..nt. I :I.. Bund.,. Ilbl 1'.1.

", Cl Ckapter has a really beautiful eighteen-hole I" 1'11101 "IU liT ml' TIIM (..01..1".II 1-irional H.lcea| .. . .. .. .. . .. . .f 2500000Inniiaiiual !lcCn ) ISi '.m.' """""ay, Mervloe)
mold.st-MuO. 0. R. Aikley Illltl.: tIlt IbuoTIEulKT4)lI6'Sd : : The ",..:. us '11'1'1'1' :loT'. .'LOII. dcrrlcv* . 50t00.IbO By sIres, of Execution 0. p.I. Thureday.,. Bible Study
:' nd-4ta course.! famed I Port St. Lucie \ 1'llun' :. lomnuulltlia' : . . . 11,010 01)lurr.nl In my' hand U.ue ,\ Order el R.I:::: or"I."o :\ OK IM 11I,11' hIM 'Oll Counlry Club ii just five miles "th1':: thmuna . .j} .j j j.}jj} .j j j .}j j j j j jj .jli .jj iODl| \ ) the Circuit Coon t (In a ault of Georgia i
Worthy Advlaor-Mania Whllecldeletlrd sTout tl.H north of Stuart with its two eight- OfHMlKI.LK" l'Kpllnl Oiillny, .; . 11,4.0.011t'otlbllgrtcl V. Met.' n altalnat. Harold ML-
Tue, t:tie I. rn. Maionle: lempleRoyal 1'nhllc toll... la hrrebv .irl\en the M.\ : : AMI.I.EKE:, I .' . . . 74000(1( ('len J,. duly atl Rebekak ut Lilt April 2&, 1144. wnrll ..111 ccn-holo championship: courses. .1.0 known aa MA Kit; .. the Judgment on whl.'hnld
Noble Grand Palm Mn. G.... Hall at Vuljllo am, Anrtloii' tu the hUlf You can get in on some good tour. \MI.LKKl.:. Total . . . . .. .. . . . .. .I 17114000 execution waa liiauvd bring
"., ....d. recorded In the Circuit Court Lion l
eat hlildor taah at our ware
I LOOP for I
l.t-lrd Moa. p.m. HallStuertJeaaeal hnuae. ton tooth .'Ia.'.'. BluertFlu neys there. TO AM. VltFniTiiKll' AND 1'FH- Kxthnatid: total. expenditure . . .. . .. .. ...sLinen.oon.uoEotittule,5 ) Hook. I ha>e levied on all rluhl,
lib Lodge IIEaalted .. the following houanhold vnud There are thirty-eight flower W1SH HAMNO ll.AIMK (III 1>Rit :- title and Intareat of the mild HaroldKCurn
Kul.r-Dsoa looker. .nd pi-munal. effecta ffir atoravenn .VM! "H ""AISIIT11' EHTATB.Ion '.: amount, .hlih will appear .I the btnlnnlnaT of \ J,. In and for the followIn .
I .,.. "0.01... 0 hlih lien on the. .am. I. farms in this area raising mostly ..tI eath of you are hereby the above, refined to tl..1 )...obligated upon com.nilttnent d.airlb' "d proviirty' lutateil In
ClukFe7"Tuea. a . . . . . .I 100,00000
._.* Skrlne ilalmudtlaibmue: chrysanthemums\ roses! : Easter not III'01 ant 1'.qul.1 so p.en matlu but Incomplete Martin County, Florida t wit f.I
o''" AU.to any ,'1..1.. .. and ,demand whit I h you.
.. l paj., Manatee. Yaoht Club flnnrl by 11,1." JI"n.. 3lV. lilies and asters. 1 hesc successful ..r Ithe, 'r you may. have anal. net That on th* ISth .dav of lIar VI' US at nine o'clock; am. In the An undivided 14 Intereat therein .
Ualteel Ceeaaaerewl. Tr.u.loto .. I) 5 0 t k r a ". C.ll growers chose our area due the .1.1. ot Storybriiu' Vtllleke, al- County CuniinlaiitiiiKtr Mefllnif Kiwin; ; of tliv, Ml Loots cuunty Courthouae Lot 7. Blink C, HoSe Helirhlaawordlnar
... c.oa.alor-Ed Howard e-rlll\ ei.l'Itta prruttno 1 ao known .. lIons, Slilsks. dooola.sd Fort I;lene' Murlda, b hearlnit lll b* affunlrd to all: ownera. tier- ti> Plat filed In Plat
.. IOOP Hall rffHi-la I fiiutluiker peroonalelYrde to the frost free winters, made pos tat 0' .Id Constr 10 t h 5 Stithl. or II .'esloare or may be aubjet lo aald IHntrltt 50.11, theiraitorne book I, Pave 71. Martin County
lit Tfcura Daugktera IPM.el tke" CvafederaeyrneUeut bdl Iron leva: I folding- uble by the surrounding wide rivers County. Ju'dif""ofVil" "county" >'a or afenta, la appear before said Hoard &allow their objovtlona Florida, Public reoorda.Notice .
United chair >t> wooden door. Floilda, at hi. nffl.-e In the IOU.thOIl" to eald .
; Jud..t.Tbl.
Mr* Marvla H. HoweU of sold County. at Kttiart, N.I. be publlahed In the l-htn eountle of the I>latrlct la hereby given that on I
led Meal Thr above notice la lo b* publUh.newapan You may like to tour one of Florida. within elx lali-ndar month In "" 0'1''. with exlatlnv laws. Mtdueaday, the Ills day of April '
Ckaeiter. Order el Eaetera itar .d III Tb" oitturt I Nsws. a 1..1 these front time of the flrat publication Tuba th* day of April nolFSTIIAI. 1St. between the houra of it'tld
J tt?!% en--Mre. Jo.eph Roberta Hr.nSJlk >-r p"lolI.h.d at Mtuart. .'1.. farms. Ask ui The cut mums t'I Idle null*, Gain: claim, or A.M and Id* P.) at II:II AM
( Tkar .. I p... JJaeeal, Temple"GOVERNMENTAL on,... ..,.h week for two oonaecutlv you get up North in the fall and d.nd -.II. b. In wltlnll' antI ASM otTHERX FIXXtlDA on the aald day the front duorof
w.k' inter hall alit, .. me niuce ot rvNiimiivand I ) nlHTIUOT BY ITStllJNBUMSO the Wurlln County Court H..... REGULAR MEETING
ORGANIZATIONS fuch aal 1;* to b* under and by may well be from Stuart. poat .fri lie addn-ea of th* claimant .. HO\KO I will aril ,all 'Iahl title' and Inter
,,1'1". 0' tho S tututes .nd ... $tnt. \\ hile visiting our miles and ana shall be aworn to by th. By /./ KILfcY 8. )ILS Chairman .at ef the .. UcCuen. Jr.
City CsuumtabMayot1U: ... In and to the above descrIbed I fcOO P.M. 2nd and 4th
f. 0 if Hnrldn In *uch e. made and miles of unspoiled beaches rlalman hi. aKHtit, or attorney 1..1 prop..
CookS stop and ."" oath lalm or demand Out T: rly. at Public Auction I to the hlh.eat
: ......... II..... I p.... Cltl Boll irovldi'dKANTfr.: W. FAOEV and in at the famous Elliott Museum .a flInt ahail h. void. /., :. E TAIL. l cretrrMKMlT.IKa bidder f ore.a 5, to satIsfy taldzeeutloB MONDAYSSnIart
C-ut Caere) AmOlaryCommaadee N KOXINE!: FAllEN, of Vehicular Evolution where ('\TMFKI\B: KOBKRTSOV JR OF HOARD and all luSts.
J Baumaa you '. liven undo hand and teal City hail
Walter dba/vagen Tratufer A A. admlnlatratrlx of the j Vlot-Cbalrtnan tar
Mo... I P Z Count Ouard Aaa, lids.Count HtoraneHy will see the development of the };.,... of Marybelle VMlleke K Vt. 1&EOI II labs 0l.tda BAKs.R"IOHERTPPMA.RTIM Public
: N. Itoxlne Fatn.Mnnacer wheel a variety of antique can .alan known* Marl Wlll.k.. W. R Always WelcomauO.v.oo.
CmolIbL and Oo-own: .,. d..rtuao,4. ('UL'NTY.
t' =: -.. :: :... ::-00uIMue P"b..41 ., 1*. 1644. New England: shops, florida hit Pub. AprIl I. K ].. 10, tilt Pub Apiil It i; i:, R I 8E.\R1 -I 1.. t. II U. llAp"b .. .--




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1 Tirr S1U\RI lloridn) NEWS Thursday,_ April _16,_ 19(54 _I-i: )

I Spring Festival at Kinsale Raised' Landscaping, Money.

f Garden Club Releases $4,000 Funds for ,

.. t 1 Beautification of U.S. 1 Through City I Ii

1 K\ hinds 'for un immediate start I>n'' success it was h\ the various committee : Dr R F Allison Mrs Bob Waster -
y : c MRS C.RVM; : ill\MBtKLAIN I : this bcuutilicution program I' chairmen who worked' with I Mrs J. Bloom, Nancy link

i At the regular meeting of the The ('lIrd n Club had the answer her: Mrs Amslie- Sawyer hud i er. Dorothy (Coutant Jaiie !Mcr-
board ol governors of the Garden to IhatI hen Mrs Picket. charge ot ticket. sales: Mrs Granthumbcrlum. rell Virginia Rosmurin, Anita
Club of Stuart held at the homeof Warren general chairman of the I <.' invitations; Mrs Wacha IC', Anderson luKnMcflvam
Spring Icstivul held March 21 reported Roland Merrell, Mrs ,
Mis Charles drccnlccs lust publicity; txl Meugher 1\1.1 i y
rr'r s a Friday. William Ambler guest that funds realized from the Hugh \\illoughby and !Mrs Don- Broiime. und rll'r,lice Walsh
speaker. told of the establishmentof festival amounted to S487IM aid C)'Kelly, hostesses; Mr*. Wesley Never have women- and quote
net proceeds and all' bills paid I H I foss and Mrs E. E \Itolmer few
the U. S. Highway No I Beautification :: II a husbands-worked under
The hoard then voted unanimous1y
poster; Mrs W. d i. Corliss, traf-
Fund and of the I first greater/ piessurc to make .1 i proudday |
}" deposit ol MOO( made by Mr. and to release $4000 a* its initial lie control: Mrs 1 honors hurlow'. lor the Garden ( luh I I" I'i
Mrs Ambler payment towards the beautiliea- gate pri/cs.; Mr I *. William Armor generous suppoilcrs,,, rind its, tin
t ; !1 I Approved plans for the first lion ol 1 U. S. I through Siimrt and;: Mrs, II Swinglehursl 1 :: aiic untold II uusands who will njov
.. Patricia Murphy Kiernun 0 nM.llh lion !Mrs I I. A. .
median strip were on display and : Arbogast I Mrs and appreciate our lo .ii .1'i thc
'It \. i"" the nab thll1glucl..tnglaslurrietnt. / : 21 1 generously donated not Bruce Spraklie. Mrs Ci. K. Perk hearty spot It can bc.oim pi.cilicullv .-
: only the u'eJ' her grounds Ilh ills Mrs. Cicorge Jones and Mrs :: along U S. I
saa4ltrasrr. fie. -.i., elaborate decoration a twenty by Robert .Koster.. m charge of 'sales The only reward dm ?r < s'tcd ,, -
NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED a merry part at the Anchorage 10oaller J. Baumun, Immediate past commodore Samuel N tIGIIIII. CKVMKHILI; fifty-foot pink sales pavilion, fashions booths. I he energetic team of Mrs : by all ol those wh > ivpresMtltheir
Boat Club Saturday, the new flag officers for 1964- were inRhoden Jr, commodore; David Gale vice commodore and Jack FOR !SL'DIIOI' } shown from Sura Fredericksof Ray I net and Mrs \\illiam Walters confidence in the intcirn\!
Mulled. Here Mrs Edna Wolf has just presented flags, lift to right. Addy rear commodore. Worth Avenue Palm Beach, by and their committee, solicited and leadership ol the arden ( lull
I Mr and Mrs Herbert A. Sud- seven professional models I dresses from local business lirms
__. .__ 1 : along by contributing m any was lo our
holt announce the birth of their and hair decorations for the U. S. I enough| articles to supply Spring Festival is the immediate
Artist Offers &-,11,. r ,, "\.v..__ eighth grandchild I Michael junior hostesses, gardenias for the til teen valuable prizes more Cl>conversion of the funds to i h.purpuse .
David son of I iciitenunt Commander senior hostesses, champagne andcandy than thirty article for auction for which they
Mural I and Mrs Herbert A. Sud- for sale tea for more than and more that free \0prunll'ol'd e i r
Paintings twenty gatepnes and
SOCIETY NEWS holf. Urbana III. April I II I. Lieutenant 700 guests, but also her fine stall Other helplul chairmen toils malerialumg in seeing wont! our et-
Artist t Charles H. Byron, Commander Sudholf M ex from the Candlelight Restaurant. were Mrs Wallace Matthews, I rhe Burden Club is gralLlul
ecutive director ol Nuviit R.O.T.C. Fort
ver, Colo., who is a visitor to __. ,__ o. __. ._ the LuuJerdulc whoI 01 ked Mrs V I Ild'lvain.Ir'! K (I' her the enthusiastic I support given
has at University of Illinois smoothly with the chairman andcommittees Johns Mrs D I S Hudson' !Mrs hv the community:: I :; in spcarhi.. ding -
art, offered to a
paint for two days ol arrangements Ross W'nhimi, and Mrs l. Kenneth this project and urthci duns
for the at a time and 1'.Rm II.U.I.UNl1U.OS: 1
city Merrill .
lions deductible, he sent
Yachts CalledIn may
to be decided. 36 The Periwinkles. will hold a covered 'I I he general chairman was ably \\ inne'rol grand prices were lo the treasurer Mrs How.irdNeuil
Originally from Stewart ;I dish luncheon at the Masonic assisted in making the. festival the Virginia kinnc, William (nmnt.il !. Rout I I. Box 4Kn: Stuart;
Byron has also written a Temple on OsccoU Street at .
called "Saga of the Hocking the Past 1 12:3: ) ".111. Thursday, April 16
historical novel based' on the Week All Eastern: Stars are welcome.

I I I.4.5ni .: ,.....,ey..,a+._. ANNOUNCEMENTThe
'I Yachtmen are still on the move, last Jr and Robert Hare, Hick I
indicated by the thirty-six ary, N. C. i CARD OF HUNKS
P GIFTS :: : :r ; I which tied up at Langford Mr and Mrs. Oriswold Smith,
this past week, according Greensboro, N. C,; Mr. and Mrs. I We wish to thank the following .
y! FOR Perry Kirk, manager of the Charles A. Mclendon, Greensboro i friends who gave blood for Lillie I"1 pgr "*u slt
i I i and Langford Villas.. N. CItMI'IKVNtr. i Walker. undergoing heart surgery
on April 17 at Jackson Memorial
Sixteen of the thirty-six yachts 1 1 : LEGION; Hospital in Miami: Phil Baker
DANISH GOOD from Florida. Many of the MILLS: A1 CHURCH. Anne Barlhel, Robert Dallermun
-statcrs were northern-bound Iota Sigma of the Women's 'Chiton ,
MASCOTSELEPHANTS Bounds, Dorothy Cobb U .
the "Queen Mary" arrived! Christian Temperance Union il hours* Crook, Maybelle Crews
& New guests of .the Langford Vil sponsoring a loyal Temperance Robert )),,11011." Charles Duryea,
this past week totaled thirty Legion with twenty chiklicn enrolled Harold Ciluss, Joseph Crec-nlc-cs!
according to Mrs. Perry Kirk, between the ages of six to Don Kluhcns, Ray Lorenz James
AL.'KJEnRYTII fifteen coming from various: thirteen The group has met at McMahon I.OUIB Padovun, Rev
:. of Florida. the First Methodist Church once Donald Schroeder George Sluprs
G FOR HIE Florida-based yachts and own a week for six weeks. Jr. William" St. (lair, James Stefan
included the "Luray," Mr. and The principles of the LTL are Joseph F. Svec, Joseph R. .
OUTDOOR CHEFThe Wesley Mueller, Eau Gallic e spiritual growth, mental stability, Svec, Frank Wacha, und Richard ;
I I Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Ben social guidance good citizenship, Wheeler. This list was furnishedby '
Swinging Palm Beach; 'Hatter character training and world l the Martin County Blood Bank.
Mr and Mrs. William Welch friendship.The "
Door Gift Shop Lauderdale. National Achievement project ,
Iilhe and Albert Walker
"Queen Mary," Mr, and Mrs. for !9n2-64 is Exploring Di
Next to Post Office: .. B Roberts, Tampa; "Loafer menions in Space racking Lit Jensen Beach
," Mr. and Mrs. L, T. Ciold- in Orbit It world-wide .
Jensen Beach is a project
---- -----.-- -- .-.--._-_. .' Wet Palm- -Reach "k.l.i" _, .: -_,,=.'-:_:_''_':: '-. .
." Mr.and Mrs. i.AiTg: ;;, n Singer Company is /pleased announce' the appoint';

and key.Mr. and Fort Mrs.Lauderdale R. W.,: CARTER'S'of ChicagoHair went of MR. CAKTliK CONHAD, as its representative

Extra ," Mr and Mrs. W. A. in Stuart. Mr. Conrad is a well known local resident.,
"Peggy Pompano Jeanne," Beach.Mr. and Mrs. Styling Salon lie will be available for local sales and service of Singer

Fried, West Palm Beach:; products. lie will be happy to show in home
," Mr. and Mrs H. B. l) your any
Fort Lauderdale; "Him -MR.LANCE-; of the many new items that Singer has to offer, including
b I Now AsMHlaled' With
i ,. Fort Mr. and Myers Mrs;; "Tang Paul Cruick Mr. (urfrn. Bcyuly Salon the fabulous new Touch and Sew machine with the automatic

Mri L. Barton Tcquesla. bobbin. Feel free to (.'alllJlr. Conrad 2S7'15S7
L': ONLY $37.50 $ I O- Weber- ," Mr Port and Lauder Mr*. 38 V,: (Nicola AI' 7-0800 Sluart alter 6 P M.

j Walls in average ) I *.; Edwin'Leisure F.Hour Dodge II,,"Boca Mr. and Ra -

\11.1 ing one wall ; "Gerry," Mr. and Mri Baird
keberry Jr., Dcerficld Beach
t! ful distinctive } I a Folly," Mr and Mrs. Eu; DURING THE LAST 10 YEARS I have represented
(Hollywood Style) J. Olmi, Fort I Lauderdale;
." Mr.and Mrs. C. A.

known Unconditionally muralist An'wllere"a.' -, -Merntt state and Island.out-of-country' hundreds of you as your attorney and counselor, devoting

of homes in the I P. Charbonneau included the Quebec"Aphrodite, Can, my time and ability to helping you with whatever (
; "Arawak III. Mr and Mrs.
twelve foreign B. Bennett, Oshawa, Ontario, arise domestic financial
ILLUSIRA1ED OLDER: I problems might or
-staters 'Included "Melo
Captain and Mr. Kendall E. other matters. The position of County Judge requires
I Annapolis, Md.; "Juni," Mr. 4
I FREE Mr*. N. M. Adam. Chicago; '
I ," Mr. and Mrs Lester a man who is experienced and familiar with IP!
! Gibson, South Hampton, N.

\j Sample beautiful 6x9 oil* I ;B"Miss, Pcllcr"Foy Jacky, IV Macon"" Mr.Mr., Ga and and Mrs Mrs. the problems of the people of Martin County. rn

I ing, in one. New M. Bonfocy, Slaunton Va;

!, Wholesale Christmas,price' $ Bartlett Roven II,"Indianapolis IV Mr" Mr.and and,Mrs.Ind.Mrs.M.; The position calls for a man who has experienced a ;

! ants quickly and W.crp Bcevon.Stuff,"Birmingham Mrs. H. C Ala.Say the problems of the people and has proven himselfto

I to order. A Clcnhcud. N. Y.; "E ape," "
and Mr* George P. Brett,
be successful is what
I only
Conn.; "Antiqua" III," a attorney. My concern

icana OIIIOANS read "and 1 Virginia S." Mr.Brown and, Mrs.Southport Har-, I can offer the people of Martin County as your full .

ING" By 1 : Thompson." Mr., Houston, and Southport,Mrs.Tex;,; "Man-Conn R T;: time County Judge. Remember friends, there is no ,';,

Published by Bell Pre Ohio In the early 19th Iowa; "Cantamar," Mr years practical experience.ELECT .
ly Illustrated by the Author. Mrs. James Elchacker, East F
U.S. khice 1908 with two hand N. Y
A rare and beautiful book. D t.lIa :;," E. McDonald ,
sold out. A t"PY1till be I Montchamn Del; "Galaxie .
G. Murphy Wetown, Pa.;
Ann II." Mr and Mr*. ,
Eanelli, Milwaukee. Wis.;
Bar,"* Mr. and Mrs. Thom
ART Betmer, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
,I t week's new arrivals from
N In Oil or Hater Coke Two I guests at Langford Vil
included Mr. and Mrs P. A.
dents. In )our home or M !
Tampa Mr and Mrs.
i I ; Fred ELTON
first lesson A painting SCHWARZCOUNTY
i I Tampa; Woodrow Kant-
each lesson.Charles
i Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and
I T. David Burn, Coco
I ; Mr and Mrs. Mark Whit
i Lake Worth.
I and Mrs. Frederick Hcrtel.
Palm Beach; M '. E. Hos-
(OF : and son, Riviera Beach. JUDGE
-. guest included Mr.
Mural Decorations Mrs. T. E. Raymond Sr and
HeY, Zaneiville, Ohio; Mr.

ing, Book Pro Mrs.Helfand... Wis.Arthur; Dewey New N. York Peters Knapp,City.Mil-and 10 Years Practical Experience as Attorney Representing the People in Martin County

Phone 287.4980 and Mr Carl Alber, East
"We Go Young, New York CIty Paid Political AdvertisemeDti
Mr. and Mrs. James M. ROM,
Cbailoue, N. CoO Walled T, TaJ-



t TilE STUART fFta.)l1EIYS Thursday, April 16 2964(< _711 It.. 1

; ', t of y ti IWNbpffl' News for Veterans
a : I f pa l 9AI{
Mrs. Karl Slonehurner Is

I Recording Secretary WSCS Issued by Keller;

Mrs, Karl Sionehurncr of Siu- succeed Mrs. David R. TTiurmnn -
drl( has been, re-elected tae two- Miami. Olhcr new general offi- Melvin f. Dixon, director of as Pe' a recently completely study l
\l'lr term as recording secretary ncrs are Mrs John W. Wilson, I the Deportment of Veterans' At- 'I oi the veteran and widows' 1mct .
,it the Florida Methodist Confer- Gainesville. vice president. and 4 fairs( for florida, announced that ,inoome qussthxenaires, reboots?
lice Woman's, Society of ( hmiianvmce Mrs I L F. Shore of Jacksonville. the House: Veterans: Affair Cpnvmittce I, !benefits h9 L tnat!under the old! law receiving about
in under the
treasurer 9,525 veterans and widows I in Hor
orOlin t
She and other new officers were chairmanship E. Teague,
ida might be entitled to increased
nsialled at (the society' three-day A translating machine that con Democratic congressman of Texas "
letting at Orlando which ended verts Chinese into English/ has ii .quite concerned about I bccnfits by electing under Public1iw.$6.211.
t. Actual benefits
"n Thursday night. April 9. hcen demonstrated While the study made by the Veterans Adi tost / of
J1 344J9 are being by these
On of the states !largest wornen translations arc not In good Fng- ,, > ministration which,points out (hat/ t potential< eligible Florida veterans
vy Vt''I
'v organizations with more than hsh they arc intelligible. af'b there are fiundreds of thousandsof and,widows
17 WO( members. the WSCS is af I II veteran and widows who are I
I tided' with the Methodist Church IFPSTflP receiving payments under the Vet Dixon i> says it Is recognized! thai;
general'! board of missions, It helpspport erans Administration old non.s rv- ItL, would ,not be to the advantageof
"! the churih missionary ice connected pension law who all of these cases to ,changeto
,,rogram at home and in forty oth MALICIOUS may be,entitled increased benefits the new law, but Dixon urges/
I that, all veterans and widow<< drawing ,.
I countries under ,Public Law 86-211 I, the
Mrs C. Durward Johnson Jack WOODS BURNINGLET'S new non-service 'imillc. was elected president of i ..;...... J i : law?,hut have not elected.to, receive pension law seek advice from thqir
he' Florida Conference WSCS to 1 [' : it, ,Therefore, Dixon said, veteran! county service officer, p\\
4 by to frxon> direct Dixon
-- ---- --- Teaguat committee conducted an I. writing
1 j,4c extensive ..investigation, Jhia.| pat\I said he is concerned about these
t-c year to learn the reason' for this, several thousand low income veterans -
: and widows listed In the report -
-' - ..-. .. Various reason were found but I. who are entitled to greater
the most comornn and obvious
... il I.KS Ort:ICt:RS fOR 1964 5, shown after their Installation, are, Ralph A Mallory Jr. esquire: Edmund Pleiia, organist and A. C. ones were the claimant's fears and payments but for some reason' have
left to right.: Front row Writer B, Bradley secretary; Dean looker, Phillips, tiler: back row Russell C. Nickcnon, esteemed loyal misunderstanding of the law, In I hesitated the additional to add to their economyy
retiring exalted ruler; Knoll, exalted ruler; and Raymond knight; George Keith Jr., chaplain; Harry B Brooks, inner guard, a number of cases, this was found the existing law payments under
'" Ii I ) Q Ross' treasurer, middle row. Robert F. Schaffncr: esteemed and Jack Hardy trustee.Governor to. be due to adverse rumors and Dixon says thai he would welcome
CONTINUE lecturing knight; William E Wheeler esteemed leading knight; remarks they had heard about the inquiries front all veterans
;ir.rr law at some veterans' gathering;
l ) and widows this
on subject at P.
SENIORITY ----------- and specific cases were found\
? O Box 1437, St
j WI1N ATrFNDFD ,MEET Ray Radtke, director of the Pioneer where the. veteran or widow had Petersburg
OI,JIOKII1A COUNCIL Occupational Center, Mr and Proclaims April/ 22 been ill advised. Worwegian imports from t h e
SPESSARD I.. KR 1111 RHARIH: : Mrs Ira W Swigart and Mr and Dixon said the Veterans Administration United States In the first half 01
Mrs Robert Baltcrmun of the local states that as of this dale: ; 1963 totaled 66000000.
the of Florida
@HOLLANDYOUR Attending convention the association. Principal speaker Secretaries Day ih '
Southeastern Regional Florida( i ,
or the convention wa* John Fet s.- wes
UNITED STATES SENATOR Council, lor Retarded Childrenheld roger of New York, national pre* PROCLAMATION slate t do hereby proclaim 'April
I have served 01 your U. S. Senator strict 1946. at the Deauville Hotel in Mi. I dent of the Council for Retarded WHEREAS, during, the nearly 19-25. 1964, asSECRETARIES 4ry
During thel' years I have attained seniority amt boach this past weekend_ were I ChildrenMOTHPROOF. three and one.half years of .my ,WEEK ,.. : U
ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Members i. ,service as governor of the State in Florida and Wednesday, Apri .
of the Senate. \of Florida, 1 have come to recognize 22, 1964, as ,Secretaries' Day,(and <
that, as an army is said to urge m so doing that all employ.
This has placed three motor
seniority me on .
travel on its,, stomach for to
FREE M !government ers pause a moment express -
senate committees each one of which Is of : STORAGE BAGSWith is propelled by paperwork, to their secretarial associates
particular Importance to Florida and every one and their recognition of the Importance
of Its citizens.Your WHEREAS, further bave I coma! of,the role of the secretary
vote May 5th will keep me 'In this power Our Regular Dry Cleaning; Service to recognize and appreciate that in our society,
ful, I position to help Florida as well as our great the efficient handling of the necessary IN WITNESS WHEREOF, t
country. formA, reports, commentariesand have. hereunto.set my hand and
SrtSSAlO L HOLLAND b M...,If JeinthtIe We Now Protect Your Garments correspondence, which are the caused the Great Seal of the
M..mb. .r .1 Hi. Siiml.' ",. *.iwl..cHwi.! MnwiwilM.. 'tangible record of progress and State of Florida to be affixed at
pr.plu l.n. CommlHM, ,...nd npmtfltWM,. Against I which translate ideas to action in Tallahassee,) the Capital, this 17th
M.mbw.1h.( S.MI' Ag*. -XMtrnkir.Ik*Awmwrtlcd 110TIIS11 'the conduct of government and day of March, A.D.. 1964.
allure md Family C m- end Spa fclwiM CMMitt* LDE\V ODORAt business, depends in large measureon FARRIS BRYANT, '
mm... S... No Extra ChargeUNTIL the Willing and skillful workof (Sealj) Governor y -;$
4. M.mbi f.1 Hit Sinai Ofm., the secretaries who provide both .
olio SlMrinf CemmlllM. backbone and beauty to the structure ,-Are .. : ,' "f
of Florida's work force, and -
WHEREAS, in these demanding Set for New ?-?? \
COMET CLEANERSKWIK days the title "Sccr tary" has Riptide Play Li ;; ...
Florida b'
taken on new meaning and importance .. ,
implying a role of assistance Tryouts for nine parts tl') be '"'I
CIIEK StIOPPING CENTERSTUART whose occupant is a mean cast in the coming Riptide Players
ingful contributor to the production of "See How They at beer is natural
r meat of procedures and I.mprove'l Run" will be, held at 730: ( p.m., picnic, a

.. ment.of ideas, rather. than Thursday and Friday, April 16
-- -- .:- functionary void of initiative oreomprehm and 17, at the Riptide Theater, located Whe*you're ttlaxbff at yow favorite outdoor beauty spot with
[ lion, and at Second Street and South friends or family,tnd"yout thirst's whetted bjr frasliklrandelfeet'-
WHEREAS In this, the Ks Albany Avenue, cue that's. the ideal tune for a cool,refreshing glass! of beer. la
VOTE opportunity I shall have as governor Parts to be filled are all adult, fact can name ncreation-aw
FOR AND ELECTr \ you your: lJUning, hiking, or just
three female and male.
call the
to attention to highesteem six watching 1V-and chances are nothing in the world La it quite
which I hold for the secretaries The play, an excellent farceof u well as been
of Florida by taking of. the most involved variety, was
ficial note of their desire and drive written by Phillip King and will Your familiar glass of t beer: it also s pleasurable reminder that
for self improvement I wish especially be directed by Ed Godlewski The we live m a land of personal freedpm-and that our right to enjoy
i p. to pay tribute to the ladiesof last play of the season' it will be beer and sle,if we so desire is just fine,but an important one,of
the governor s office and thoseIn presented in early May. those personal freedoms
CHRISKALB i offices with which the governor
; must deal who have done muchto An has atmosphere been found of to ethylene keep oxide cut la Florida..llter roes\V th fun,with etaxatioD
make my tenure more progressive 6
and most pleasant; rosebuds from opening for three lINITtD,ri.\tu JREWtRi ASSOCIATION ING,
days '.0.10127) WOOLS ROa1DA
NOW. THEREFORE I, Farris ,-.
Bryant, by virtue of the authority I
vested in me as governorof
of the State of Florida, in special 1
t to the secretaries of the
governors office and of the gov. I
r 1 moment of Florida who symbolize bra OPENUnder -
high standards of conduct and devotion
to their duties and their

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'P r ManagementBUCK'S

1 desert luncheon and -card--

party at the Rio Civic Club onTuesday
:, April 7, was well I at I GROCERIES I

IN THE MAY 5th DEM. PRIMARY tended.A Mrs.
special prize was won by
Herbert Minge and table prizes
were won by Mrs. James Brown,
Mrs Ernest Hait. Mrs. Alexander U. S. NO.1'1
: OPPOSED to One-Man Rule Wibl Anna>n, Mrs.Busch.Carl Mrs.Heatley., Philomcna. Mrs, STUART

D'Orvanzo, Mrs Evelyn Voight,

NOT OPPOSED to working full time for you Mrs.Mrs Mason Edna J. L., Mrs.Hol/haucr Desmond.Hubert, Mrs.Klein Gerald and. NOW OPERATED BY. .

The hostess was Mri: Charles
Babcock, who was assisted by

1. 27 years of dealing with the Public. ben Mrs'Dowler August and Markus Mrs,,Jack Mrs Shorn-Rue- GORDON & VIDELL

2. Being retired-and a part of the real l back bone of Martin County I ain April er.The 21 next at card I p.m.party will be on FORMERLY OF THE SPAR STATIONComplete

seeking this office t to help and not for financial Mr and Mrs, C. R Richmondhave ..
preserve our area, re returned to Hallandale aft! Line of
er spending( a week with Mr. and
ward. Mrs. Charles Babcock

After spending considerable GROCERIES i COLD DRINKS

3.1 I for firm time taking part m our local affairs ,
of of Martin
am protection our priceless resources County Mr. and Mrs. Charles Babcock -
have decided to become one 0 Ltd dI MEATS
clean waters wildlife and conservation. and have purchased a new
l. E tame In Rio Their friends are _
to have them and wish
11 I for them well.PRISCILLA. .. FRESH FRUIT DAIRY
am adequate county-wide zoning and its rigid enforcement. C1HCIE

5.1 I will never be too busy to listen to your problems. MET The April ON APRIL 7 meeting 7 of Priscll- DAILY PRODUCTS

la Circle of the Woman Society ; *.
of the First Methodist Churchwas PICNIC SUPPLIES CIGARETTES
6.1 I say let's put common sense back in County Gdvel1U 1 nt. held at the home of Mrs.
George Watts with Mrs. Herbert
Thayer presiding. Mrs. Ethel Wie-

CHRIS KALB' COUNTY gand_ Present gave were the program.Mrs C O Ramey. ICE cUBES -FISH BAIT2.b -
THEN COMMISSIONER Mrs. C. E. lUUock. Mrs. Sel-
tm Powell, Mrs.. Julia !Neilson, .
Mrs. C. E. Evans., Mrs Estella -
It's Time For A Change Rumble, Mrs. T. B. Newms Mrs. .
Pdr.lttlrl ....nhln. -
Anna Hubbard, and Mrs. Celesta

England.\ .
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-" -, "-9 1. sr JO.FPII GUI IMF STUART (Florida) NF'\'S
.1 I Volunteers Listed for 1964 I'LANSRI: ) r\RIY Ibnrsdny, April Iff, W4: J:U

St Joseph. Ollil' will hold a i I
er, IV4Jkl {I ,;1 I Cancer Drive in the County card! party at the community room An impfovemenl over me nil'
of the I:'irst National Bank on I chancel tyrowxipeii used In 11.1\1-
P 1 Ihunday. April Ift at I p.m. I /gallon I IH the "ring" laser in whirs
.added the listof trailer .
New names to park Mm Olin Booth is chairman a beam of coherent light trivilsconrtniiotnly
:l workers: ti'r the' current: t drive I'. Mrs. Gertrude Mmnehnn 'in m She will he assisted hv MM Edward around a circmi It
h\ the M ("ounlUnit of the'.
I I "'inllOlIlI.Ir'! Philip Angelland (
dirrdi al
of detect
charge twenh live woiieni in can changes in
American Cancer &)(ll.'tyer announced :. her I Mrs, George Kuilius one fifteenth thotiMindlh of ,.1 i dr> ,
hMrs. Nellie IVtom", | area C'lk'Ctfrom the captain there will be table priev door
,'ii ehnrmun of the drive: I in her area M I.ucie lsUtes. prize and refreshments Please gc I
Mrs J'1>Leighton. captain, Fl I and from the captain in all bring your' own cards ('1'1181.prOiluclll 'MS I .1 q xtidenlt .
k dorado Height Mrs ErnestineKk I other ircai! The diiild'I will 1 also; have a hake I with bachelor degrees! l'li I
'sx. Stuart west U.S I: Mrs. I The captain in Coral Gardens! sale Siimlav it the school after gihle for teaching certificates lass i
Donald KcgliA"' France Apartments Is AI) Mile all Muses \ear.
Mrs, I D. H. Richmond, I'I---- -- -
worker North Riser Shore: Martins
MohiU Park Mrs Grace
Blair captain: Mrs Herman l.cs. i :
mart. Stuart, trailer Town MnPatnu.i ,
+ dfa + 1N J AonVutt. captain. There
are still no c.1pllIn, or workerslot .
\' uolden' lute 'Port' Salerno lrr;! :. "
and l as" refl..lceIn
1 ri : \ lisi; I'tkral'l.'r it was in-
::4 ''d Jr c"rrtl1,1"" that Mrt 1 Lillian '
) ; "i ': IIIII'CIIAU .captain for Holiday .
x; ": rw 1 t '.1'\ s. .,I.j I I IrtleT Park She iK captain for I
,M1i /' 1.1'." ,!'it < :,.::1 ;; Jf*, dI :I thl.I IStuarl' urea, between lJ) \ !
S. I and ( oJnrtdo A"cnuI'll".. : ,
Charles Boas is captain for theBUR
ANNA MILLER CIRCLE formally Installed the offices: above at president; and Miss M>rtle Dyer, treasurer Left to right/ hack :
I a supper at the Elks Lodge on Indiantown Road Sunday night. row, Mrs. Ben Medley, chaplain; Mew Harry Brooks, hslorian I 'Y:
Left to right front row are MM, Walter DFugoleskl, recording Mn John Lirnhcn, \pondin'lIeCretary, and MM I Inn Simmons : HOME .VITTR
secretary: : Mrs Jack: Hardy, president:: Mrs, Charles Eitzen, vice parliamentarian. t.OIDINNMUKSRV

Mr :Cod Mrs. Charles. Wheel. ;
.r "a- The talc of Hong Kong orchid cr and Lundy have returned to
trees (Bmihinia blakeana) held at Albany, N. Y.. after visiting h'r.I
park Das Jan, parents Mr. and MM tl. J. Ciiil
SOCIAL NEWS i.c resulted" l l'r now 'bong: hip'at the Allr11.lk Motel
over 200.of these trees growing sin Heaeh J"n'l
in the county. Around StK< > sash| The visit coincided with t
pints procured from the state 1IJ.lenI.Minll anniversary 0 f ,I
Office; AT 7-1550 MISS MARY LINDSAY, Society were distributed, with;: the I assistance : Mr and Mrs Gallup, following! FOR CONTINUED ORDERLY GROWTH
of L.'M J"hnOn.'Ilr count the iillups return to New York
: ;
agricultural agent as were SIX) Mr .and Mrhcclcr will i enter-' :
Members Planted 2,286 Trees ed b-this; event, with-an initial Arizona Cypress, SOIl( cedars. and I tarn in their honor
i ; payment of $4 01)0)( turned over at I :220 eucalyptus. Ninety garden AND PROGRESS IN MARTIN COUNTY
once to William Ambler, chairman -, club members reported that they MRS ANICHII\ KI1IIUSAllrR I
of the Beautification Committee have planted a total of 2 286 trees IIM. : YEARS:
for the Is treated to date It was that the
Progress Report by city fully reported" In lust weeks article about the ,
in another story in todays News. I' Mate goal of 10,(MM() trees to be fin il meeting cl the Stiuirt Tourist I Re-Elect
The Memory Lane fund, started planted has already been realised (lull. it was incorrectly ttalcd
In memory of Mrs Clara but all members were urged to that Mrs. John Ant ch was retiring -
Stuart Garden Club Krauss. received additional N'j continue this !good! work and to after four yeas as secretory
from the Garden Club for four keep making Florida beautiful by .
of the cluh\ She hm been secrc
deceased members: Mrs Stanley planting trees. tary for five years, first taking John F. (Jack) SaundersonMARTIN
The Garden Club of Stuart met very active and successful year Kitching, Miss Alfaretta Hale, Mrs Jack Arant of Aranlt Garden office when I the clubs president
Linda Morris, and honoranmember Center was the guest speaker for
was John Woodrnm
on Monday, April 13 at the and the members were gratified acdn
Dr, H M, Neail the meeting and gave an inform- .
Woman Club for the final meet- to hear the results of the various An additional gift t was made In ative demonstration and cxpluni: -- ------ COUNTY COMMISSIONERnISTIIIC'C

I ing of the year, with Mrs Donald projects, Dr. Neail i honor by Mn Neail. tion of air-Ja>enng the Hiuhmiablakeana followed t lie( meeting were MM,
O'Kelly, first vice president presiding The Spring Festival report, !given This fund is now sufficiently largeto or Hong Kong orchid Walter J. Huir.ian Mri 1 C. I F. J
and reports of the year's by the general chairman, MM get the planting of Memory] tree, with a question and answer Mattes, Mrs. 1 I.. M Morton, MMI ,
activities were given by the van- Picket Warren, and showing thata Lane started along Colorado Ave.nu's period following the demonstration -. I I. T. Taylor) and Mn John S. IWNlOCRi TIC'PRIMARY MAY Slh!
our chairmen i It had been a sum of nearly $5.000 was realiz extension on Route 76 .as MichacKon, The table decorations
planned. Mrs Thomas Thurlow won the were gay and springlike, with massid
Paid Political Advertisement)
The club voted to send four door price; a potii'J.! house plant. pompons" in a centerpiece in (
delegates to the thirty-eighth annual The hostesses for the tea that yollow pink and while
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State Garden Club conven- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ----..-.-. .-.--. -
WeddingInvitations tion at the Hollywood Beach Hotel
t tl in Hollywood May II, 12 and,
13, Mrs, W. Arnold Gesner, Mn
1 and John Hussey, Mrs Raleigh Black Standard brings the first new
t I AnnouncementsReasonably welder and Mrs Jack Kuhn wer you
1 the members chosen! This is tobe T I
a working convention, will

..Jh, *Priced. -s i 'workshops The club staged for the beautiful delegates How antiknock. compound since Ethyl

.i:1): "DON of JENSEN"COV1MFRCIAL er show the first of March at 1 1rt
) the Woman Club under the direction
of Mrs L. M Johnson,
( general chairman and realized a
ADVFR11SING substantial nrofit from this event.

TEL AT 7-2885, JENSEN BEACH A gift of $500 was given to the
Martm County Hospital in
(\ l'' member, Jensen Beach area Chamber the year to be used in connectionwith et
'2 r of Commerce the landscaping of the hospital

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CUTS GAS ANa OIL COT IN IIAlf ;. as.I ? fir .Jr;', d (, a,r
C'mon aboardl! Try a free demonstration ride with :
the remarkable Homelite 4.Cycle.55. Let us show you F
how it cuts gas and oil cost t in half,listen. to the purr .j
of its quiet and powerful automotive type engine jjI1Ac ..
See how convenient it is not to measure end mix gas I
and ofl$ And then try it for yourself and feel the i
Instant getaway of its husky 55.horsepower, we !

think and 4-cycle you I agree outboardsl-there is a difference between. 2- kI K's- an Important gasoline! discovery I Methyl steps up cdonp pc orm.

.j-cTCkt .WYUNDW ..H-HORStPOWW t e ace so effectively; that it stops power-", nsttr, knock better tha4 any$#herantiknock

.114 compound.Methyl spreads more evenly bxougl>pat aty}tenders of

.it your engine, stands up under extreme temperatarea. Am| if in Standard

STUART TACKLE & 1ARFUs. gasolines t(Crown and (Crown Extra)... < -. _.

at no increase in} price! Another 'way S... II '
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7.2166 STUAI .T:.r' .' Our amr wfinery at ........-.... brYrybaeaasaAlalrMaroMtesryeaa0, 0 II '
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.. .-'I9'Y", are used Farmponds must be
.. 4.D THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thunday, April 16, 1964 Marriage Announced one
I acre or more surface area, .

be totaled from
-- Mrs. Albert Barfield announces I SOIL CONSERVATIONBy foreign jirs
the marriage of her daughter. i and rough fmh For information

Broward INDIANTOWN NEWS Frankie Barfield, to Charles Palrson .__._.,............_. ____u_ 111 call 287.3313. '

The couple were married i LEE CASON JR. .the night. of April \IJ to discuss
Monday, April 6, in Cairo, Ga. ;
BARBARA SNYDER Corrnpondent Phone 597-2465 further plans for a recreation parkIn
DRUG STORES Patterson is employed at the "To each among us A Share," Indiantown If enough interestcan 6th GradersSet
a A & M. Construction Company
C; 111'
tq for Soil Conservation ; other conditions
Indiantown, and Mil Patterson' is This is the theme be created, and
Week. May 3.10 1964 met, the club can be granteda
Miller's flowers
Kiwanians Wives Attend employed at MeetBandmaster
the to
recreational loan through
What does this mean? Simply, that
The young couple are residing each of us has a share of responsibility U. S Farmers Home Admimstration -
N Annual Governor's Dinner in the Deem Apartments Indian- in the proper use of God- Apparently. this meetingdidn't
47 E.? i oil'VM) ; town given physical and spiritual re- reflect enough financial interest
t, so President P. L Hinson
>W -- 8 A.M-12.30PM]\ : 6 PM.-9 CST sources.
AI I III M t Wednesday's weeklyunchcon Mrs. Bill Owens, Mr. and Mrs AMBULANCE RUNS Across the nation. Soil Conservation suggested further interest and All sixth grade students of f
meeting of the Indian- Malcolm Rogers! Mr. and Mrs. of questionnaire studies Frank Lodwick,
Store in Martin Co. Districts churches many countywide
Most ( Complete Drug April 5 L V. Townsend, Book In.
own Kiwams Club held at the Reese Hataway, Mr and Mrs Jack ; other The Plant Materials Center: near
0.1IO'll.. :'\ : THRU SiT. 7:30 A.M. TIL 9 P.M.! Seminole Inn, County Commie Robinson" Mr and Mrs. Harold er Park, to Martin Memorial Hospital denominations, will and appre-Soil Arcadia operated by U. S. Soil strumental. music instructor for the
oncr Jack Williamson spoke on Wilder, Mr and Mrs. Grady Smith, ; drivers, Ronnie Maxwell! and ciative group Week recognize numerous Conservation Service, will make local schools, will demonstrate fur
.. .. ...:.;.:.:.;.;.;.;.:.;.;:. .;I: 1':. '.:.' '=' ':;'. the road program for Martin 'Mr and Mrs. F L. Hmson, Mr. Lloyd Smith. Stewardship Supervisors" of the Martin certain grass and wildlife planting Bandmaster LeMoyne Roll .it the
:;; w+rrrririuiriy; l and and Mrs. Jim 6 James Tucker ways.
County the advantage. to be Rines Mr. and Mrs.Bill April : Preston' Conservation. District are seeds available soon. Small quantities Log Cabin in Stuart Friday
gained from project. in Indian- i McCarter, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Jr to Martin Memorial Hospital; Soil church blanks and of seeds and instructions, will April 17. c\e
:r BROWARD CAN REFILL town. I Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanor, drivers, Lloyd Smith and Thomas ,giving program two dozen cooperating be given to Martin cooperators fling
W inserts to some <
Parents invited
Guests attending were Ernest i Jack Norm, and Timer Powers. Todd. ministers of churches I in seriously interested in plantings for lire to the )program
l Refillable PRESCRIPTION Gore, Avon Park; Marvin Keller April 1 8: Jimson Sammy Lee, Martin County; they are also releasing trial and observational reasons which is scheduled for 7 3o-
regardless and Lloyd Chase of Stuart; Chris I looker Park, to Martin MemorialHospital news item. Some Insertsare Request by calling 287-3313 8:45 p.m.

of where originally filled Kalb, Jensen Beach; Earl Erick.IOn YoungCreelWedding ; drivers, Tom/ Todd and ktill available through the dis- The U. S. Fish & Wildlife Strv- There are fifty instrumental iu.
Frank Prevail, Abe Burstein, Arthur Breeden. trict supervisors! churches or min- ice will stock eligible farm ponds dents in the sixth grade 'through
The next tlrne you need a prearrlptIon and Bill Woodfm Indiantown. I April 8: Mary E. Milcy, six- isters may have .them by calling of co-operators with the Martin out the county. They will be eli
) Held
i, f01ed or refilled bring it to Broward Many Kiwams members and onlhs-old baby Booker Park, to AT 7-3313 Soil Conservation District Bluegill gihlc for the Junior Band nest t
.; f I for savings and service We stock com .: their wives. attended the annualgovernor's Martin Memorial Hospital: drivers, I The Indiantown Civic Club met bream and large-mouth bass year.
J'f' plete lines the Ronnie Maxwell and George White.
newest "mlr.
I Conference dinner althe Mrs. Ellena Young became the ----
acle" We fill : April 9 Kalvin Santos: Booker
drubs prescriptJons from i. :
openingTtil ::: Port St Lucie Country Club bride of Walter Creel in a single
dosing You Park, to Martin Memorial Hospital;
can t buy
ur bu quality or better ervtoi, .. J !.!1 Wednesday evening. ring First ceremony Methodist held Church April in 3 Indian.at the driven, Lloyd Smith and Bill Otis
Governor of Florida District
t4z April 9; Mattie Lou Thomas,
: :: Kiwanis, Jim of Fort town.
; Starkey Booker Park, to Martin. Memorial
WHY PAY MORE Walton Beach, was the guest speak. The Rev R. W. Woolwine performed Hospital; drivers, Lloyd Smith and
er A. O Pittman of Stuart, nredcd the ceremony. Attendants Bill Otill.I..oCAL.
were Vickie Youngblood and James
Attending from Indiantown W. Vick FOLKS I
Rugs fit for a King"
were the following: Following the ceremony a reception MEET TilE WIR1S

KING RUGS Mr. and! Mrs. Bruce Franklin, was held at the couples Some seventy-five persons, at.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor, Mr. and new trailer home on First Street, tended a reception Friday eve- .r

100% RAYON, 27 i 48 INtllhS: with ttending approximately thirty guests fling April 3, at the Seminole Inn

Modern Mjling' Lung Lasting. Skid rtr.Uunl Creel is employed at the Southern for Dr and Mrs. W W. Wirt.

Decorator Color Scouts Discuss Oil, Indiantown Station on Warfield Boulevard was Entertainment provided by for Jack the and evening May It is indeed wonderful to have the love and friendshipof

Dodge, and refreshments>> were
Camping PlansThe FIRE CAUS- served. so many of the marvelous people who live in Martin

April S.: Highland Homes, In- BIRI1ISMr.

..;.;... .... . Brownie Girl Scouts, at their mntowo Park; brush fire, 6:30:
meeting on Monday April 6, and! Mrs Stanley Karasm- County. To each of you I wish to express my heartfelt
CUR fAMOUS ,UMIQ brought items for the first aid kits p.m.Controlled brush burning has all ski became the proud parents of
that they are working on. but eliminated the brush fires in a i ten-pound sonon April 7 at
,T 1 I They played and ndiantown, thanks to our Volunteer Martin Memorial Hospital The thanks for your prayers cards, flowers and other ex
games sang
Carasmskis have three other chil-
SHAKEr and! refreshments served Fire DepartmentINDIANTOWNBRIEFS
were by
& JUMBO siren Susan, Stanley, six,
4 eight
'. jule Myer's mother, Mrs. Verena :\ and :Steven. five Mrs. Kara in ki pressions of concern and sympathy that I received dur

2 =leheeM':: : Myers. is a teacher at Warfield Schoolin
.11" Iom.to. 6 6e '. Joyce Coon was consultant lit The drive for donations to the Indiantown.
"l01I, tlnE PIrk11 the April 8 meeting of the Junior Indiantown Ambulance Fund will ing my recent illness.
.11_ In41011- .. .::-: Girl Scouts. The girls made cor- be extended for the month of CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY ,
urges and boutonmcrcs t to April. Membership cards may be
he:: teachers at the Joofiv the obtained from Hall's Hardware, Mr. and Mrs. Fred! Owens ofSt. 1
HERSHEY1SSSPRAY CANDY IARSU: fOI 1.00 school year.Vacation ruce's Pure Oil Station, Hata Lucie Acres celebrated their
way's Gulf Oil Station. and the thirty.second anniversary Sunday,
discussed and camping the girls facilities talked were over ndiantown. Drug The member- April 5, with a famliy dinner at ::.. .?.. ".-"* ,.. Henry G. Kindred

nomination of leaders and ship fee for one year Is $5 per their home. : ;
: : 1.09 patrol I
discussed plans for their anticipated family, I Mr. and Mrs. Owens came to ,
Indiantown from Indianapolis some
bike ride Mrs. Walter Creel celebrated
three years ago. He is employedat
On Thursday evening April 2, her birthday Tuesday, April 7. the St. Lucie Acres.
"ENNEN rDt000RANT0I 670 the Cadctte Girl Scouts and their
The Men's Name Societyof
leaders enjoyed a cook-out at the Holy Contributions to Roman Catholic -

..... .................... Indiantown Marina. The girls hiked Holy Cross Church will meet its
:: mission work through principal -
; ;:;:;::::::::;:::::::;::::;:;::: ::: Thursday evening at 7:30: at the
to the Marina, with the exception agency increased last yearto
21.95 ZERO of the fire building committee hurch. $22,900.xO.O) XX)(), an increase of

I 1 20IN.I which drove on ahead to Indiantown Business and Professional nearly $1.000,000,000) .'. ..
I BREEZE BOXJjl1lFAN1999 get the fire !going Women's Club met at -
At their April \9/ meeting the the Rodeo Bowel Clubhouse on
: girln[ made plans for their luau 14.
I :1.I :1. Tuesday evening April
which was to take place April J 11 I atCamp
I Welaka Jupiter, but at Wandle Tucker will leave J in
: ;ii the last tejnt the trip hud tobe about two weeks for the U. S.

...... .:: called off because of lack of Training Center at Great Lakes, IPIItIHlis9 :
r tran portation. The girls were to III He Is employed at Miller's

;: w. nwhe ,!gIIt M Ih.a. ......, tl" Add t.. whore .ppUMb. rHMR have met with all their sister Girl Market in Indiantown.
touts in the Palm Glades area
for Mr. and Mrs R. Alex Gibson,
an all-day outing.
DRYER Next week the girls will be plan. who make their home at the Fletcher
.L nina for their weekend camping subdivision in Indiantown, helda I
to be held birthday celebration at the summer
1'1 1'1Wt'I'II trip at Camp Mar y
Prince, near Lake Worth. Mrs place at Astor, on the St.
CAR1l1U'iIJ 1tAT.OO'l 9 99 : Mary Jo Hoover and Mrs Barbara Johns River on Sunday, April SIn
.; honor of Mrs. Gibson's birthday
iA: $ : Snyder will be two of the .
.. adult leaders going with the Cadctte
Scouts. I The Outboard Club of the Palm '

.II Beaches launched at the Indian-
II Car and Jeep town Marina, April 4, and four-

In CollisionA Okeechobee.teen boats went fishing in Lake -stet s i' .

rented! Cadillac and a farm The Civic Club met Monday

Jeep collided at the intersection evening.. April 13, at the Civic
of Slate. Road 710 and! 76 at the
south end of the St. Lucie Canal Club.Miss
.. Bridge at Indiantown last Wed. Joan Pound of Boynton
nesday afternoon. Beach visited with her grandmother

1 NJ Damages totaling $700 result. Mrs. J. A. Clements, recently..

.X ed and the driver of the Cadillac, Mr and Mrs. Frank Prevatt
roe s r t t4MYw1 David D. Chioda, fifty-nine, Wes visited Mrs. Rose Armstrong in
:, f Palm Beach was charged with Belle Glade last week. They then
failure the
to yield right-of-way.
went on to Bean City where they
Deputy Sheriff Frank Prevat visited the J. H. Harrells and from
New! TUSSY New! TUSSY New! TUSSY said Chioda's car stopped at StateRoad there they went to the home of
76 then started
up again i In Mrs Arlie Hicks in Lantana, where
SUN BRERO SUN.BRERO SUN.SRERD Front of the Jeep owned by West- they visited Mr. Prevatt's father,

bury Farms and Luther J. P. Prevatt, who Is making his
sue 1111UIII SIN aUI G. Rohdcn, thirty-fix I Indian home with his I daughter MrLHicks.
ItLC :
lOAM LOTIOMWont town. .

Ounce Plato 3S mute tuba There were no .personal: iniur For the 3rd time In thrM years, Fred LOTWIZM takes the grueling Atlanta "500" at the wheel of his ford.
Aen1Iol can t ounce buttle.DOCTORENDORSED. lUch, moIat Ics reported. Rev. John A. Simoninox o f
Ridgtland, S. C., was a house guest
Women Societies of the Thomas F. Clements familyon

1.75 1.25 2.00 Will ReorganizeThe ,Route daughter 710. of Miss the Toni Clement Clements -; FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINS

Daniel Columbo and Mr. and Mrs:

ety Church of Woman's Dunklin has I reorganized Memorial Missionary Baptist Soc ant d also Glenn guests Owings from and Orlando.children were. ATLANTA "500" FOR 3RD YEAR IN A ROW !

formed two groups. Mr. and! Mrs. D. Rayfield entertained I,
There will be a daytime group; Mrs. Rayficlds brother, ..
which will meet on the last Tuesday Powell Hurst, and nephew' Dennis
I of the month at \9/;30 a.m. and Boling, Both t are from Knoxville : incredible el victories in virtually ,
: an evening group, which will meeton Tenn. Latest win gives Ford history Because Ford enters open competition
TJ4SEPNxN the fourth Monday of the every kind of automotive event the cars at your Ford Dealer'.
$ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ruse of possible-from stock ear race to economy are stronger, better '
handling, safer and
month at 7:30 at the church.
I ASPIRIN bLJaaphAspklnFor Children ms first The evening p.m society has been St. Lucie Acres had as their house /11/ out of last 12HASCARSOOmilers runs,from rallies endurance test. thriftier in the long run. The/w built

Ir doctors MoButhUprotatlonlHulhsdougs named after Faye Taylor, who guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd FU This is the dramatic: way to show for total per f xmar ct. -
HIIDREN favor... !
J purl orsng flsvor and more of Plymouth Mich.
was a missionary in Indonesia.The that Fords have changed and the
eramy prefer. Fast future, children/ 7 next meeting of the morn- Mr and Mrs A. L. Hancock sure way to be certain they keep onchanging. TRY TOTAL PERFORMANCE
I most mothers gentle relief V f Ing group will take place April visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L Bishop ATLANTA, April 5: In a Marine .
trust) M.bMl mm 28 and the Faye Taylor SocIetywill at Satellite. Beach FOR A CHANCElFORD!
on Sunday exhibition of total jwr/orwonw, ace Ford enters special cars h open
meet April 27 April '. Mrs Bishop is Mrs. Han driver Fred Lorenzen piloted hit specially competition la addition to its extensive
: The March
SAVE 18* two groups had 31 in meeting attendance of the ten cock's sister.There modified '64 Ford"to a stunning laboratory and test track programs,
victory in the Atlanta 500" before. a because competition provide intensity
women for the morning group, was a card! party held an
1 1j and eight women for the evening Wednesday, April 8. by the Altar cheering crowd of 75,000 spectator of testing that no proving

group. Society of Holy Cross Church. 'Thus victory mark the 11th time ground alone can provide. Falcon Fairlanc
Refreshments were served! by Mrs. that Ford has captured a NASCAR The "lesson Ford has learned in racing > Ford Thunderbird
Pool Poll Claire Seifker; Mrs. May Dodge stock ear event of 600 mile or more have already led directly to such ,WINNER or MOTOR TUNVS

and! Mrs. Gladys Price Another starting in May, 1962. refinement a* a stronger rear axle, i, CAR Or TUX U.Att.WA&>ae4.
Being TakenIndiantown card party is being planned for the In the past two years,tough, depend streamlined "fastback" styling, better

1 Civic Club 1s taking near future. able Ford-built can: have carved out M brakes sad an improved ignition system. --

t a poll to determine the interest Mrs La Vere Wright Is the .. ,

/O/I 41 of local 1 citizens, in having a swimming receptionist and assistant to Dr.
41' usr, pool for the community Wirt at his office in the India .
If there are enough Interested town Shopping Center. Mrs Wright WEB ORDWAY MOTORS /
is the wife of W. WrIght,
citizens willing to buy a yeai Joseph
$2 0 and they have one son Tomm,
membership at approximately I STUART
per year. there will then be a further sixteen The family is residing in 1150 SOUTH DIAL ATlullk MMSHM

federal study loan made can to be find acquired.out if a the formerly Indiantown lived In Apartments Lake Worth aDd ____....w.. r' i mfiK gsuwor *r?Bsi pq *> smm..., 1'nil laRNR siuiumn. 1.111 yj>ML mmiiigT.......


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JENSEN by owner :2 large bedrooms .

living room with fire
place large dining room, area
lot 2 moiB bedrooms, 2 car carport

I lOxJl) utility room, porch,
.Jock privilege underground sprink

Ices. Inndscnpcd Walking distanceto
stores Priced at only $13,500

THE STUART (llorlda) NEWS i wllr >....... -- -, ,-.. I l 1 YMDaeIllDsa .wtrenieReal 'mI T". 'all- 287J058:! -4-16- (90))-

Thursday April 16, 1964 5-D I FOR RENT 35 FOR RENT OR SALE 3$ SERVICES 63wwvMaalw For Sale, Miscellaneous! 78 Real FAtale For Sale 90 Fatale I or Sale 90 FURNISHED large one bedroom

.4" .. .. .+ r.s ,' N .d ',,.ktaAa"Lk.x1 I L. I>.- home directly on wide St Lu
.i cie River. Frame and CBS construction
i THUS SYMBOL NOW 8 small bed. FURNISHED CBS bedrooms FOR SALE: I I n I ofMarine TRUSSES elastic stockings, CORNER Lot $850, adjoininglot rWO acres. In the country Here 50x100'I lot. Sea wall.
Renting, one
Marine 1 Ill'on Route No 714
''f ." room, kitchen Supplies, Paints, knee pads, anklets, eta Stuart 17V) High and Dry. Both it is
room Apts Furnished, with tile living room dining tn,50000. Hoyt C.. Murphy Realtor -
MEANS: THAT Marine i for If leiHODRYCRAFI' at bargain price. Telephone 287 near turnpike interchmgc High
I- bath terrazzo floor I bath. All electric. Patio. Car- Haware-everything Drug Corp S. AIA Jensen Beach. AT 7-
tat deec'.t: porch ; 303 Harrison Ave. Coral your boat. Whiticar Boat Works, 4643. Write Box 437, Jensen and dry land with some trees(32'x640' -
porte. 1340 4-16 ((90))
u ceiling, overlooking Par ( $3500 M P.
Beach. tf
PAY TO READ 287-4384. 4-30 ( 38)) Port Sewall tf (63) i( 10))
10-acre lake and county Plastic Plants & Nelson Realtor 325:! E.
x ty Decorations ---- ------ TRADE 2 bedroom
: lovely
Ie YOUR ADS IN park Plenty parking area. Low I ..b..L II y;) Aa,1MOtpre OUTBOAKJ MOTORS REPAIRED Trees Hanging/ Baskets, Mower CUTE at a bugs ear for a retired Blvd. :287:! -15t>6. 4.16 ((90) 2 bath Equity CBS home for trailer,

e. Walking $5000 month HFLP WANTED!'\ 43 We have parts for all & Millinery Supplies I Foam Rubber I or honeymoon couple who wanta ----.---- Home located best section. North

GJte! hwt ;N$, distance grocery store. In. 1Im aAS"ez.raasasawFLORIDA ,. popular makes. Can test your coil I Gorgeous Oriental Novelties, nice small home Beautiful bulk- FOR Sale 12 lots 50x150 I each. Palm Beach VI 4-6601 4-16 ((90))
quire The Seven Cs Grocery Storeon Pharmacistfor and condenser. Ulmer Motors Dial Glassware, Fried Marble I Supplies, headed waterfront and modern High and dry in New Monrovia
)0 U. S. No. I, one mile northof Registered 1 local AT JSS. Your Friendly Dodge Giftware, Mosaic Kits, Cut Shells furniture ltVH)00. Roland G S/D Salerno, Florida. Cash or [7 -,

1. St. Lucie River Bridge tf ((35) chain. progressive Openings available growing in Fort Dealer ( ) Religious Articles. Alligator Goods, Laredo. Realtor, 729 Colorado terms Write Roy Simmons. 661 For Sale, Mtotllaneou. 171

DIAL Lauderdalc, Fort Pierce, Vero boat Straw Bags & Hats, Driftwood, Ave. Stuart 4.16 ((90). ) So. 15th St., Newark N. J. Phone tieswsass.vsr ADaraeaeeawiaa0
furnished .
FOR rent 2 bedroom
Chenille & Crafts Mor ----- -- .1854.
J. Beach and Stuart area Excellent THUNDERBIRD Fibreglas Styrofoam BI 2 4.16 ((90))
apartment, close In. $75 Call with cathedral hull two ((2)) Ida Souvenirs" Hundreds of other TWO Beautiful Waterfront Lotsat _

1: ATlantic 7.1550 287-1685::! or 287-5569. tf (35)) opportunity benefits for advancement Apply Mr Man-and 40 hI'. tvmrude engines 19' long ilems at DISCOUNT PRICES. cast end of Palm Avenue in SALE: three bedroom, two baths -- -
company We Teach Come NOW to No Hobe Sound Shores Close, to
t Broward Office 825 by 8 beam. Good ocean fishing You North River Shores Pool and
To Place Your FAST SKLLINGLOWCOSrUAVTAD; FOR rent or lease Port Sewall gum Drug Lauderdale boat when tea is fair. Priced right ALGOZZINI GIFT & CRAFT' Stuart and St. Lucio Inlet Con Patio Furnished or unfurnished W u-7
waterfront home Two bedrooms N. W. 6th Avenue, -
;- tf ((43)) C. P. Schumacher, 237 Pelican CENTER U. S. No I, Hobe crete Bulkhead County Approved Consider rent to adults Call 287 ...ter
I IVi baths. Stove and
Dr., Stuart Fla. AT 7-1471 Sound. 4-16 ((78) Roads 'entral Water System, 4845 or AT 7-3279 tf ((90)HFLPUVMID )
Boat dock. Yearly. Phone 2874105 WANTED: Assistant to Pro Manager 4-16 ((63)) .b... Excellent \Valcr lot No. 1 is on ------- ---- ---- CASA RIO
tf (35))
-- ---- Waterway !shaped with 161'of
Martin County Golf Club Wanted lo Buy :Mkc) SI pie BOAT MOTOR SALES, IDC.BADCOCK .
For further information call 287- 18' offshore cruiser! with 75 hp ( water front. Approx 140' at
ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, : 143 HI 5-.s. 70? &Ie AT ,-es..
Rio. Pleasant location within %774. 4-16 ((43)) electric starting Johnson outboard 11.- widest t point Price $8500 tttUn
RATE: Five cents per average distance of dock facilities. Extras cushions, pole holders WANT the best price for your
word, minimum charge per insertion easy Reasonable Call new lop, side curtains, 2 extra car? Call Ralph Bales at 2871214 LOT No. 2. also slightly pie !shaped -
$1.00 (for up to twenty AT 7-2583 ear-round after 5 or writeB. ADD to the FAMILY INCOME- propellers, running lights, bilge Merkle Motors, Inc tf ((81)) with 149' on coral adjoining Male and Female
words Words in ALL pm 29 tank 6 width 104.
average ) pump, gal gal. waterway Average
I. Abbott Star Jensen ,
Route, ONLY few hours daily. Start MI I Chef itmt !Short-
CAPITAL LETTERS except first a tank. Excellent condition Sacrifice Price $6000( ) No Brokers JUPIItR Experienced
word, count as two words each. Beach, Fla. tf (35)) your own business now. We $985 cash Phone 2870670or REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 ISLAND APIS. 746-7109. Order Cook. Furnished

train you to become an Avon 287-1639 4-16 ((63)MR' ) -. jf ((90)))
below FURNISHED bedroom house
White space above or or II one AvonManagf'r
Representative. Write ---- ---- ----- New
with enclosed and CANAL lot off St. lucie Lot No Dorothy MODEL HOMEOpen
within ad will be charged as sunroom ; HZ196I
P. O Box 2427, : Sport 1'1 RST time offered Luxury home\
5 Harbor 100x125
number of words five that couldbe full bath. 309 Hickory Jensen Estates
( ) Vernon Restaurant
I Vero Beach Fla. Fisherman Sea Skiff.. Inboard Custom built I960 on St. Lu
Best offer Lou Bock-
the blank line Beach. Contact E. R. Kinney, over $2/00
printed in or
25 cents line. %87-4 US. tf ((35)) 4-16 ((43)) 10' 2" beam Sleeps 4. Head, eel 4940 N. E. 27 Terr., Pompano cie River 1900) It. living space, South U$. No. 1, tort Pkn
per galley A giveaway at $4.500. Will pills double garage and patios. Daily 1 P.M.
CAREER with Bench, Fla 399-0204):! tf(90)( ) 4-IS (ClUI)
"Display Classified"'rate on i FURNISHED 5 room apartment. opportunity combination sell: trade, swap or what have : Central heating and air conditioning .

application. i Very clean. Frost proof refrigerator debit i in Stuart insurance area, Age company 23.55,. you? Days AT 75433. Nights FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront '. Wall to wall carpeting. Land __-11"111I"" excise! Til 4:30: P.M.
New electric Complete AT 7-4729 4-16 ((63)) 1 lots scarping and Vista among most
These cash rates, for ads range. root.an l1
are Must have car Write Bot 573 : TRAILERS & SFJWCKS: 168aeDDwlswssowDrawraaw
privacy. Adults. Call AT 70768 Sacntiee at $29 a A beautiful in Florida $42,500) .00lloyt in
brought or mailed to The Stuart
Fort Pierce. 4.16(43( )
S9S. ((90)BOATMANS ) C. Murphy Realtor, AIA
News with pa>merit. If you are a tf ( 35)) TRAILERS SERVICES 68 I __ _.!.. w.v..eatwawA1tlI
Jensen Beach 7-3340
Stuart News mail 1 subscriber or are THREE bedroom unfurnished WOMAN cook, two curb girls and D!-_LIGHT! CBS AT LEGIONHEIGHTS
4-16 (
listed in the Stuart telephone directory one counter girl A & W Root 2 bedroom 2 bath home with ((90)) SALE
house office
near Stuart post! ----- -- --- ---
you can place your ad by telephone Beer. 4.30 ((43)) I HAVE two new mobile homes I screened Bulk'..
and storei Refrigerator and range. sell at sacrifice Oneis patio facing water TWO bedroom CBS, Floridaroom i Prices ReducedN
Dial ATlantic 7 1550 and ti> a great
$70 per month. 287-1685 or 287- TWO young men to learn bindery wide headed waterlront deep water Drupes Awnings! Garden
Crossland !
20' by long : 1964
ad" a ;
ay "I want to place a want- 5569. tf close to Inlet. Natural lireplnee in Tools Mower 1 V
((35)) trade. Earnings will be commensurate other is 17' widcby Power .awn ,
the <
an Expando I0v4ft
-l Br.-King, $367500
Gas heat. Lice kitchen
with skill family room. Antenna other extras Fur below See The
TWO bedroom furnished garage progressive 45' long. Both are two bedroom equipment includes dishwasher 10x50-2 Br.-King, 3,87500
level Indiantown Printing Inc., models. deal withus II Owners cost A r 7-4233. tf ((90))
Come make
Give your mail I I address as apartment. Also room for rent Indiantown, Fla 416 ((43)) a Carport and utility room $28:! -- ,. '- HhM-1 Br.-Hun, 437500 "VALLEYFORGE"
well as your telephone number in private home. 619 East Fifth for one of these beautiful mobile 50000 No financing churttes BUI.K.HFADI: DIOTlOOOJI( 10x51-2 BrTluin, 457500
Avenue. AT 7-1756 tf ((35)) homes.! See Harts Mobile i Roland G Lueder Realtor: 729
in your want-ad. The Stuart in Intracoaslal Waterway coin\ 10.U-1 Br. -

News has hundreds of STORE AND OFFICE SPACEfor Employment Wanted 48 Home Sales Stuart 2870670.tf ((68))I Colorado Ave, Stuart 4.16 ((90)) nuinity Southeast exposure Owner -. Piedmont ,575.00

out-of-state subscribers who rent as low as $1 per day -,, -- NEW two bedroom home, one 5465266-. -- tf- ((90).) 10x50-1 Br.General._ i a Colonial StyledI

are your best possible prospects per room on lease. Cabinet shop WILL care for 1 child in my home WANTED house trailer, 17 to I bath, corner lot Legion Heights. DOWNTOWN Smut Small rooming \ Rrgul 4,575.00

for real estate sales and or storage space $2 per day to $5. during the day. Have 2 daughters 25 feet; also trailer hitch Phone: $10990. lay: terms W. H Wag house five bedrooms four 10x45-I Br.Amerlcan.- I with
rentals, boats, help wanted, See Miss! Alice Dehon for inspection at home $15 per week Call 287-2058 4-16 ( 68))' ner Co., AT 7-4880 or AT 7-1696 I baths kitchen. dining room and 469500 I

gardening, trailers, and serv Monthly or 3-year lease. 2875986 92 ((48)) -- tf ((90)) living room $1000 down, easy 10x!<0-t Br.Amerkan.- I 3 BEDROOM:
ices. 4-30 (35)) ONE G E. refrigerator, 2-door; terms Tel. 287.SI99. 4.16 ((90)) : ((Twin Site)
STENOG RAPHER..office manager -I one Hotpoint refrigerator, 2. FOUR bedroom waterfront home. ------ -_---- .--- .- 5,195.00
NEW house, furnished, 3 bedrooms : Vigorous, presentable, fife door. Very good condition. Call I Will trade for vacant land Write HAVE two building lots in Palm 10x55-2 .-MlniKor I TILED BATII ROOMS

REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: and bath: Also I bed ty-eiiht-year-old widow, now employed 287-0214 4-16 ((68))I Box 23! Stuart, fla. tt ((90)) I Lake Park. Will trade for late (with 4x10. Uvhig

room efficiency: Also rooms. Reasonable in North as one-woman I model trailer Call AT 7-1074 Room Intension 6,795.00 DOUBLE SlUt CLOSETS
Numbers 100 refer to display Port Salerno Call Mrs. 111' FOR Sale: Waterfront /gorgeous
( over office manager of large insurance If ((90))
Service Offered, Mb*. 71 View best locution, North River Dr.WindMIll'with
classified ads, which appear Day 287-2589. tf ( 35)furnished. ) agency-real estate office with much -
ads in Shores Owner :287:! .16)7. ST I.ucie Estates t small bedroom ( 7x12 living '
after the end of the smaller loan, mortgage and management -44.- 'I'IIdVING ROOM 16'S" 14'I
numerical 'order. Be siue to louk JjyLGE r-ffirli nry. cvfQlhingi business! ,-warm"Tlorfda lob to be WISCONSIN Straiten, _.__ tf ((90)) *. large dining and livlnj Room I:lIlen lou) '6,995.00
Newly I decoratedClean Bngm -- -- -- LARGE UTILITY ROOS1ENTRANCE :
i area, CBS, completely furnished 12i50( -I Hr.Ianipllgliter
in both places.) near children. First rate legal and -
lauson I
quiet Adults only. Write Clinton and AIR HERE is a homo that will give air
1 banking secretary stenographer, COOLED ENGINES in stock and comfort and contentment including conditioning, city |{ 5,995.00 I rORCIIMODiRN
Box 792, Stuart, or call AT '7. you
water Reduced to $13900. lowdown
)FOR RENT 35-135 Expensive, but worth it Write Box 10x50-I I Br.
part. and men who know bow to You will love our of this -
4885 .
M. I' Nelson,
FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 A, c/o Stuart News. 4-23 (48)) repair them. ULMER MOTORS furnished i 2 r :;I vcrri bath payment J25 111&,line 4,200.00
Realtor E. Ocean Blvd 287-
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 RIVERFRONT home with pool I "or" Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friendly home Central heat and a fireplaceIn 3566 4-16 (90) lOx'O! ( -2 Br. BREAKFAST B\R
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IIELP WANTED 43-143 for rent. Furnished! or unfurnished IItiID-s Opportunities 50 Dodge Dealer. tf ((71)) the living room built- Skyline 4,39500
Call 287-0948. tf ((35)) : in view of the lneJd I River. I INCOME 10x55 2 Br_ LARGE PLANIFD LOf
Employment Wanted 48-148 : I WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE rlupluhnj: : : -
the waterfront Is bulkhended. EnJoy of Stuart' Two one INCLUDED
Biulnew Opportunities 50-150 FOR Rent: Completely. furnished COIN Reasonable BALANCING with Bear Equipment Skyline 5,19500 I
operated laundry. the fruit every year from your collage across from Martin County
LOST FOUND 53-153 efficiency. Call after 5:00 p.m., I Excellent condition. Good by trained' mechanic will 'pay: awn citrus t trees It is a proven School, $17,000 Phone Owner (Private Dining Room) 'I FOR

SCIIOOLS 54-154 AT 7-19JO tf ((35)) money mAer. Call AT 7.1364. I for itself in tire wear We .have the fact that a "lived In" home devel- I 287-5055 4-16 ((90)) 20x46-2 BrSkylhu .-

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 ON new U. S. No. 1 for office tf (50)) equipment and men. Your friendly ops both beauty and charm over ----. .- i /8,99500 $12,500.00Low

USED: CARS .58-158 space 5 large rooms plus nice CEMENT plant and lumber yard Dodge or Dial dealer: AT ULMER 7-3355 If MOTORS (71) one the ,years.it is an If you safe can afford to solve this FOR RENT 135ATLANTIC i ir GOOD USED Down Payment
i stockroom easy way
size upstair overBruner'
block and 8x30-1 Br.
-including plant Ko/y $1,495.00
NEW CARS housing 00( .
your prublctn.JJOO.
House of Real Estate I
BOWS & SERVICES: 63-1631RAILERS Available unfurnished. No real estate large 287-4133.conveyor. Or will rent.tf Call Roland C). Luedcr, 729 Colorado I + "' ...,.... .."It IId6-\lInr Dome $795.00 Sam RhodesConstruction
((50)) Ave., Stuart. 4.16 ((90)) 1.41-2 Br. Nashua 2,195,00
& SERVICES 68-168 Ideal for insurance,. builder, II I
"... ,I..J_..... drain fields repaired and re-laid 'I x23-1 Br.
Service Offered, !Mkc. 71-171PLANTS architect, accountant, I attorney, SPECIAL NOTICES 55 Dial AT 7-0651 AT 7-9862 tf(71)( ) THREE bedroom, 2 bath water II f '........ "' ,I f l'Ao Rambler Holiday 2,195.00
Separate entrance. new driveways ,
SERVICES 75-175 front home and lots near St.
and parking space for customers HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor aIII 10x55-3 Br.Skjllne .
Lucia Inlet. Write Box X, c/o .
Sale Miscellaneous 78-178 "'!
f'or ,
Call Rruner'aHouse of ALOOHOLICATI0NYM0USmats Mower and Disc. Will clear loll, Stuart News. Call 287-2549 '" : if', 4,39500
Wanted To Buy (Misc.: ) 81-181 Real Estate 287.1297. Inc.
cut trees Fence posts' and pBGifor '"
830; Wed tf ((90)) .
84 184 rental lease basis pm. : JENSEN TRAILER SALES
MOVING two-year only nesday ata the Community Church sale, Lawton Wall, Phone AT ,
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 Ideal for combination home and Jensen Beach For information: 7-1401. tf (71)) I INCOME Property: Excellent INC. ".O. Boll 124, lenses Beach,
office. 4.16 ((35)) I rental location. Three furnished Florida.
Real Estate Wanted 96-196 Phone AT 73332. tf ((55)) "JUIII North of the Arch"JENSEN
TERRAZZO Tile and Marble heated apartments A lovely
.. ...- FOR RENT: Furnished three bed. WANT the best price for your car? W: H Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 view of river. Box 892 Jensen : : BIACII 287.2732 Phi Baker, Sales Manager

room. CBS house on 76-A Call Call Ralph Bates at 287-1214. or AT 7-1696. tf ((71)) Beach, florida. 287-0918 4-II ((141)) 4 tl (ItOk
35 AT 7 1328.
FOR RENT 4.16 ((35))
Merkle Motors Inc tf (H) 4-16 ((90)) COURTAPARTMENTS _- _-. --- -._- _-___-_- _-_ __h-_._"
HARDWARE Sole Yes, all hard -- ---- I 1
TWO bedroom furnished house .
ELECTKOLUX CORP. Opportunity ware now at low tale prices A REAL HOME FOR THC FAMIIY HELP; WANIFD
miles from S. 143
U. I
HR PROOF warehouse, 2400 sq two on Hwy. for the right man to double ilendryt Trading Center opposite WAY Of: LIVING CBS .....
76. Boat dock. Call 287-1885. .- .
fl Vi mile outside city' limitsat : his present earnings Call Dan Trl-County Gas, Golden Gate 3 bedroom :2 bath home.. ('en- IT .
$50 a month. Call AT 71074TWO (35)) Clark AT 7-0143. tf ((55)HENDRYS ) tf ((71)) Iral heat and air conditioning. LAr111DANOtsaKl6Iflao i I

tt ((3S) FOR Rent: One bedroom apartment I londa room, screened patio car. ArAHTMBHTIa BOOKKEEPER WANTED!
in Rio. $50 month. Call) Trading Center Inc: port[ and utility room Many extras ROOM .A BATHIHlrrLUHOAHO
bedroom furnished apart AT 7-1865. 4-23 ((35)) Sale on all fishing tackle. Located PLANTS A S" VICLS 75 All kitchen and laundry COlMTfHKA
ment for rent in North River AlA in Golden Gate opposite equipment Included 2 beautifully 1 '.OI"AIIIH KATICiT

Shores. $12S monthly year around ONE bedroom, .completely furnished Tri-County Gas. tf ((55)) landscaped lot, $23,500,00. MIA: LOHHOB Experienced bookkeeper Familiar With
Call 2873547. tf ((35)) house in Palm City. Call PLANTS Fastest growing nursery financed Roland G loiedcr, Realtor ...,aol,, awMMl w Twrtp
$1 day rental for Electric Carpet
per in Martin County. 10 acres Posting Machines
AT 72137. 4.16
729 Colorado
(35) Stuart.
) Ave.,
Shampoocr with W. T. FACET, Mgr
MODERN one bedroom furnished of plants Pelican
4-16 ((90))
apartment Rent by week, month THREE-room cottage in Rio. Blue Lustre. lUrtman Leighton Road (S-76A), Palm UC'i'At.rf. -- -- ---- _-- DIM AT ,-*,*. If 1115)r Apply In Person
Located on river one Clean comfortable. Reasonable Furniture. 4-16 (55)) 1918. tf (75)( IXR I Sale: Three cottages. Inquire -- ----r

bloc from chopping district.i 55 Call AT 7.1762. 4-16 (35)) at Poor Bubs Office Jensen

t. Seminole St. Phone AT 7.1197. TWO bedroom house Ocean USED CARS TRICKS 58 E & R maintenance service; lawn Beach 4.16 ((90)) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS FIRST BANK OF INDIANTOWNIMMtNIOWN
on services and general maintenance -
tt ((3S)
Blvd across from Junior High mowing, 1 fertilizing NORTH River/ ;:Shores Rood 3 BR fLA.
School, Stuart Call 217-3147 1ii Sunken bathtub rte with 4.II lUll
for men FOR Sale: 1957 Chrysler Imper-- lots t cleared i ; carps
TWO sleeping rooms bath and 4-23 (35)) Cal 4-door sedan Excellent tires, sprinkler repairs and Installation; built-in Bar B-Q large living/ ..
Each with rr IV
private reasonable Call room with Cathedral ceilings Large ON J
air-conditioning new paint lob 2872911 P. O
private entrance 909 S Albany( FURNISHED 3 room apartmentclose $800 cash. Call 287-2831 Box 927, kitchen with ample cabinets and TRAILERS SERVICES 168
Avenue, Stuart. 4-16 ((35)) in, on river. Adults only. 4-16(58)( ) -__---.!tfJ75)! ( ) irk fit. bar Circular driveway on THE ST. LUCIE .4rAalmd

Call AT 7-4197 after 12:00 noon. 5 Ft. Cocos Plumosa Palms I 1.00. large corner lot Full price $12,.

TWO bedroom house, furnished. 4-16 ((35)) FOR Sale: Model A Woods Buggy : BLOOMING grafted gardenias, 70000 Call after i for appt Oneand two-room effIcIencies:

in Jensen Beach. Good location. New' tag. Excellent condi Bougainvillea, Hibiscus, Powder 2874710. 4-16 ((91)())
287 5188. FURNISHED two bedroom house __ __ ____ Spatlouf shaded rounds
Available May 1. Call tion. 4-speed truck transmission Puff Flame Vine, Bottle Brush, n h PINE MANOR
4-16 ((35)) with swimming Full pool and screened Airplane tires with chains. $150or Lychee, Peach Avocado, Mango, PRICED BELOW MARKET Parking Lot. Boat Duck MOBILE HOMESON

porch. pool maintenance will trade for boat and motor. All Spice Jabouticiba trees. BIRD corner business lot in Stuart Sbufflcbovd. TV and Lounge

furnished. Call AT by 7.1694.owner $135 monthly tf ((35)) Phone 287-5800 or 287.5242 SANCTUARY, you're invited to Level. cleared. !Ideal for needed NO. 1, 3 MILLS: NORTH OF STUART
drive in, sandwich $15.- Week Month Year
after 5 p.m., 416(58)) Enders Nursery, White City, to shop, etc.
THREE bedroom home furnishedor 'W'" MM the birds. 4.30 ((75)) 500( ( .(M). Roland O Lueder Realtor 624 ST. IUCIE CRF.Sl1JAR'r
WADS unfurnished on 14th Street, 729 Colorado Ave., Stuart SALES SERVICE PARTS
i 4-16 ((90)
Eldorado Heights.! CaD 287-2766
FOR SALE. MfcctDjuteow 78

DOTHEJOB' !Ic 4-16 (35)) AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, FOR L RENT 135 F.Telephone E. WOOD 287-9812, Manager 1 or 2 bedrooms Sale Price

STORES and offices downtownor Complete Sale. Service Parts tf (tillEXPECTING
on East Ocean Blvd. Any. Good selection of dependable Used MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS -1 I Also Several Nice Used Trailers

size. Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 E Motors. Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic. I tDi.wD orsDNrrnma

Ocean Blvd. or phone 287.2420. CASA RIO BOAT .A Lowest Price in Florida I COMPANY? AcUbe 391] 16' .._......._............_.._._....____......_ .$5595.00
,.7 (35)) I
MOTOR SALES. Inc 440 Rt 107 GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS GOING TO BED THEM DOWN Frontier, 50' x 10' .................................................... .. .$3995.00
in Rio. AT 7-0944. tf (63) WONDER WHERE YOU'RE
NOTHING to make life worth ORGANS sad atmosphere HoniMttad, 52' I 10' ......................._................... .. .$4995.00
living like good neighbors Wt Call u and stop worry-lag'! Reasonable rate M
19-FT. Thunderbird Tn-maran llerrll 50' 10' .... ... ... .. ........... .$5845.00
have the best. One ground floor cabin, canvas top two 75 h.p EASY TERMS thai wDJ MirpiM III""but" your ow' \ .. ... ... ....... ...

furnished Efficiency available now. -Evinrude Engines.Morse controls, CALL MARIE KIRK MANAGER Palm Beach, 50' ]I 10' ........................................ .$439500

No car aeeded. $5000.. Adults. 42 gaL fuel tank outriggers, fighting MORITZ PIANO CO. Now Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! Roycraff Bath V4, SI' x ID .......................... ...... .$552500

211 Colorado Ave. 4-16 (35)) chain, compass speedometer 112 No. 5th Street Niagara Qrclo-Mamg* Unftt aa. Our .*.. Star, 1 bedroom, 36' I IV .............. .. ................ ..... .$3700.00
air bon, spotlight bow rail, bead, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747

Dial ATlantic 7.1550 FOR RENT OR SAJ.II3'\ I i battery Showroom charger condition and,muc stored. equipt undercover If ((78)) Southwind Motel For Quality At End Of/ Season Prices

i Best buy in county at $1950.I SALE: On all appliances now at
and ask for the FOR rent or sale 2 bedroom I Call owner 287-9810.. Consider reduced prices: at Hendry's TradIng UA NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 287.0773 Y (111)( AT 7.5433

house at St Lucia LocksCall trade-in of. small boat or travel Center opposite Tri-County 4.1/ (unA

Want Ad Takeu: 287-0727 tf (38)) trader :4-16 (63)) CM la J Gokka Cat, tf (78))

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.I) TilE STUART (Tla) NEWS Two Pictures haunted forest, tad die cave: of Alley Is Vacated Ofdin> No. 386 which, CASES IJLEQ tN ton Harrcll. and his wife, if mir
Thurtdaj, April 16, 1964 I Fantasy Showing at t the awful villain. The wt in bootsis sod its fir* liading would! CIRCUIT ried; mortMgc foreclosure.; C4IIr-
also Joined by a now fide kick Rear of StationA an 'ley hero the Rinker shon and Courshon.
.. ( )
The U. S ranks first, Chile second Lyric Here Saturday Sunday PMs a talking rOOlo...... There are several propcfib W Qfendalei. ery Chewy S Fri IIn! vs. Marv
in borax! production new tongs that you will leave the twenty-foot alley in the rear _s off' 0. S Out-off Rir ltgtton Saving and E, Bedmger, et al; quiet\ title:
theatre whistling of Jesse Haas' Standard service in South 5111III1. Loa$ A. vs, Hytey Mil- Oughteraan and Ouhtemson.REAL .
I Both kids and oldsters and all the management said. ... ..
station in North
Also Stuart
I showing is Walt Disney's Will vacated .
REAL ESTATE fOR SALE 90 aget in between will enjoy "Pus1N While the story follows that of lull tale of a mighty woodsman by Ordinance! No 384. which The Amttftoao differ ship' ,
Boots in Eastman Color and the great classic it includes scenes Paul Bunyan, and! his great Blue paascd its MOttid, reading( before Nightingale K various stages in S5TATE FOR SALE190
GOOD Income Property Duplex, Scope at the Lyric Saturday and In the rock-andy palace, the O*, t tha City Commission Monday ; her career a w freighter, warship T ..A:.. OJ"-', .
2 bedrooms and carporte each. Sunday with shows at 1 I. 3 and 5 The city will, however have a I and slaver, ctrVted a bust of the
One side furnished. Will accept law p.m.. matinees only. twelve-foot utility easement over "Swedish Nightingale Jenny
model car or loU as part payment. Children admissions will prevail REAL ESTATE OR SALE 190RIVERFRONT adjoining property Lind, on her bow, FOR SALE
Also 4 bedroom 2 bath house, for everyone (and that means ....",nr- _
full basement Both located Skv- from under nine to over ninety)
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'line Heights Addition Jensen IT 11I1 Beach. AT 7-5443. 4-16 (9(<()n ESTATE iii J.. .1:1::. .ewe I
LIKE new condition Bahuma l..R_ _,,_, I
Terrace Cory 2 bedroom, I FOR SALE : RIVER FRONTAGE
bath (tile roof, compact kitchen A Beautiful Home On The Water

eating$1 3,900 porch.00. circular approximntcly drive Only$1"I 200 Ft. Frt'age';;; Beautiful I sU, ACRESFOR

gnge 95000. M.cash P Nelson and; lake Realtor over ,mort 325 25 YEAR TERM Broad St. Lucie River 1,580 sq. ft. living area plus carport utility I

':- Ocean Blvd._287.3566_16(90)( ) NEW AND EXISTING and porches on waterfront and street INFORMATION Write to

BEAUTIFULLY Landscaped 2. HOMESC. Within City Limits of Stuart front Seagate Harbor, Light I louse Point VINCE NELSON
bedroom 2.buth. CDS home in R. Ashley, Mlg. Broker area. Under construction now will he
modern privileges subdivision Price with reduced waterfront Taylor Ashley City Water ready to move into in May, 1964. $19,900. I BOX 122; JUPITER, FLA

from $20000 to $14500 for immediate 630 COLORADO AVENUEAT An Original :Florida Home Low down PRINCIPAlS ONLY
sale C E. Slocum, Realtor 7-2440 payment. tf UfO
505 Colorado Avenue Stuart tf 'UO Well Kept and Spacious '
4-16__((90))_ Nice 3 bedroom house, Azalea Avenue betweenNorth
.. ... .... j ---.b.-.JI1! -r Guest Cottage River Shores and Britt Road. .. ..' I

", .._._ '" Real IlL Estate' _For_Sate,, "" _190 .. Property Well Has Landscaped Depth Over With 400 Ft. $9,995.00.) AND lOW DOWN PAYMENT I W. B. TIL.TON

Large Lawns and
O{(O') of river frontage on South Fork- of Beautiful Trees and Many Plants REALTORJensen

St. Lucie River, 3Q acres, including ap- W. H. WAGNERI

proximately Royal Palm Trees, beau- Priced To Sell $$29,950.00 I I Beacji, Florida AT 7.1411"presents"

tifuj grounds. Contact, your broker or See Your Agent or Phone AT. 7.4880- AT 7.16% ;
4-It loot) i
AT 7.2607 AT i.1
BROOKER __ 7.3232 tf (UtO) -- --- -- --- - -- -- -.1 I 1. NEW' CONCRETE BLOCK STUCCO' (,CBS, ) HOW
I ALBERT -- -- Jensen Highlands M( 80'x' US'
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2 large bedroom 2 ceramic. :,tile, \ baths,
P.O. pox 2245. New Smyrna Beach, Fla. OWNER MUST SELL! Ultra modern' kitchen '
i an (UO) A home'you would be proud to, ownfree
JohnsonREALTOR I $13,900.00. Terms
R. !
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Modern 2 bedroom C.B.S. Home Best ;

BUY A HIGH DRY Offer Under $10,000. 2. OCEAN 100 x 300'TO RIVFR Paved Road FRONTAGE- Electric -

Telephone:" Water Is Coming -
FJRST FEDERAL BLDG Priced {for II short time at $16,500!!

20 ACRES 113 x 200 South Jensen .

4. bedroom, 2 bath split level, land. Price only $6,4S0OO

For i scaped home on the broad St. Lucie River. 3 BEDROQJM\ HOPP : 4. ST. LUCIE RIVER FRONTAGE

$500 Priced to sell $25,000.00.WATERFRONT. IpO x 450' Restricted. Residential
Little Full| Price $13,300. 1/. Cash. : Price reduced to $9,000.00


IN GOLDEN GATE Over 160 choice lots to choose from. Ex* A Beautiful Wooded Lot on I High 100 X IS'11$elevation' on 100'-wide fruit canal trees -

cellent locations. Prices from $3,490.00 to Price only 600000. IT:RMS

t LOCATED 5 MINUTES AWAY FROM COUNTY'S $7,69000! and up. Reasonable terms. Bessey Creek, $$5,000.00
6. HOME: ON SKYLINER'onderful
tl. unobstructed view up and down 'the
SEE BILL BERRY BESSEY EE 3 bedroom,2 bath bealilator fireplace -
REALTOR 1 Lot Across from Kindred's ____ ACREAGEi Florida Room other feuhim -' .

(20 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7-0966 $IO.OO.()()() Good Terms 40 Fine Acres With 1,300 ft. of i Situated on kit 100' on Skyline Drive 209' deep
(Next to The Prescription Shop) Bessey Price $17,500,00!!
tf ((1)0)) Creek Frontage. Excellent Road. Ready
for Development. $1,000 per Acre:
2 bedroom CD Home Flectrlc heat awnings -
Limits of Stuart Close-in
carport service room nice yard -
$100.00 Per Front Foot Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You DidJOtPc'K In A-l condition Inside and oulIOSOO.OO


REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925 4,478 acres of prime citrus land available (!J A Central Rood location business In spot Jensen- 1,800 Beach square- feet

252 Osceol Avenue, Stuart-AT 7.0440 Reasonably Priced. Long TermsIF On term lease $150.00 per month
Better Investigate'
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE 900 Colorado Ave., (across from 1st National Bank)
A AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121
i JohnsonREALTOR 4.11 U 0)) ..11 U901
4. .. -- -
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l IMAGINE TIlE PLEASURE OP enjojlng) view and the breezes AT 7.3366
from the St. Lucie River In this home nestled In the Palm e..te (uO) C. O. RAINEYRealtorM
Large Cement Bulkheadcd Riverfront I.ot. II', In the City toot : .
Two Bedroom Two Baths Completely' Furnished The
Full Price $26,500 One of Stuart's' best homes.
Public water system and new paved A, IA

Owner says SFIL, SELL QUICK"!!! And It WILL M It b a completely will make these the
s furnished! Two Bedroom, Two Bath Home Custom
BuRt with the finest Reverse Cycle Condtionen! ( 100 x I
NOW QN( a1.
200 ft Lot- Beautifully landscaped Total $22,500.! r

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You will be pleased TOO when you see this beauty Spacloin
100 x 200 ft. tat with mature trees Three Bedrooms Two
Baths- Double Carport- Circular !Macadam Pebble Top Drive Time Offered
Screened Porch Stove, Refrigerator Drapes Rod _
Total $2WOO Tern -
%85' ON OCEAN between bridges I 1100' deep Owner needs rtyM
cash $250 per front foot Perms.
100' ON OCEAN -1,650'f deep to river Between bridge\ -
A beautiful! "high tract Manatee! Pocket, pear Inlet, with over $%(S per front foot Terms. r ri 4 d r s1. ,
400 ft frontage by approximately 1,000 ft. depth' to paved road. I r sr '1-9nes
1,400 OCEAN TO RIVER .000' deep-$140 per front foot.
Ready right now for subdividing price well below comparable
tracts surrounding A promising Investment at only 39000. 400' OCEAN TO RIVER (hhihest' elevation on Inland all the
.. way from ocean to river 2 000' deep-Only) $200 per front

On One of florida' most fabulous tropical streams. SlCypress Have You Noticed This
efficiency rental units with ample space for ten more: ,

river.Attractive'Kitchen,restaurant, IlIlI'brque-bur' with screened- food dining-beer patio* wine overlooking licenses.Offke The Change On U.s. No. 1? I RESIDENTIAL I 3 Bedroom House I ACREAGE I
tackle shop and owner' apartment. New four lanhtg will make this 175' x 625' look like a million( 1. 2- BEDROOM 2' bath Florida in 1. 10,000 ACRES hi the citrus bell- $400' ,
dollars. This b chine hi and U being. offered while old U.s. room Overlooking! St Luck Close Tropical per acre.
Docks, rental boats & motors. b torn $50.00 front fool. Cask Seeing
No; 1 being up. Only per or to Golf Course Good buys at $29,500.

For Sale only because' of (nines. Appraised value of physical term ONSMALL
tssetf $90,000-Offered at $65,000-approximately $25,000 490 ACRES wkh U.s. No. I frontage Clone In $595!! per 2. 8.5 ACRES with cottage 60' dock on LAKE 2. 1,200 ACRES ":r" Good citrus potential-
down. KN for quick sale terms. South Fork of St. Luck: River Good 9.1 ACRES LAND Has mile frontage on S.R. 714.

property for small development 300 MANGO TREES
06. 3. 3Z6 ACRES Ready for development
", M. P. NELSONREALTOR Fork St Luck. River Some citrus On S.R. 714 this or Stuart side of
"See NORTH RIVER SHORES $%,7oo.' Low Low Price $30,000 Turnpike Make offer.

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Plan Body Denies tffr## STUitfT tlwfiM( NEWS TliuwJujr. April 16. 1964 7.D

Mayor Cooke Proclaims; Zone Change for r

Secretaries Week Here Negro MortuaryTwo

zoning applications and VOTE FOR AND HELP ELECT
PROCLAMATION | ;22nd! 1964, as SPcRTARIESI the proposed sign ordinance were !
asIf WHEREAS the efficient fune.{ DAY, and I urge all citlwiw to to be dltcuwed bv City Commit!
turning of modern society it Inrae- recogniw! and pay tribute" to the lion and the Planning Advisory I r I
Board at a joint meeting at CmHull t .
l> dependent upon; effective i communication effort! made hy our !secretaries on Wednesday. April I M, at
and the modern methods in the (operation of industry, the 4 p mThe'
of communication have come profamons and government, all PAD had previously turn HAYDONBURNS
more and more to rest in the handsof I
I1L' office of which have made them truly ed down applications which wouldhave
;; our secretaries and
colored under
pirmitted a
WHEREAS the increasing silent partner in American hu i.: taking establishment (CD) m a
: amount of communications inher. net R-2 Little
presently-zoned area in
iL ent in our complex society has IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 Dixie, and an application for multiple 1'E t tr
made it necessary for today's cc- have hereunto set my hand this family dwellings and a mobile -
retary. not only to acquire techni- I1h( day of April in the year of homes park (IR.2)) in the rear I
cal skills for the use of office our Lord One Thousand Nine i of Fcrnhill Cemetery presently
machines and the taking of dictation Hundred and Sixty-four, zoned RI.ST.n 1.
but to assume the responsibility l- RAY M (COOMI
for countless details in the Major of City of Smart : SERVICE: OIIICFR
operation I of ,a business, and 1'0 BE HIRE TIIURSIUY
must have at her command tact I'OR KINDF.RGARIENApplications: : D E Templeton, assistant state
diplomacy and many other attributes service officer of the Florida De- +'
so necessary to tho increasing \ are Mill being accepted purtment of Veterans' Affair, will i GOVERNOR OF FLORIDAPolitical
role she plays in good puhlic for the St. Joseph Kindergarten be at the office of John W Keller,
relations for her employer, and, in Jensen Beach, as a few county Veterans' Service officer on
WHEREAS the important con more spaces are available Anyone Thursday April 16 at I pm The advertising pnid for by the Martin County Iliydon Burns
tribution made by secretaries in who has not yet registered hit i county Veterans' Service office I in for Governor Committee
the economic and governmental child may do so by calling Sisters I located on the county courthousegrounds
life of our country has been recognized Jerome at AT '1991. J 4 by establishing t : the last weekin -
April as Secretaries Week, and
Wednesday, April 22, 1964 has
been designated as Secretaries Day,
COOKE Mayor of the City of
Stuart, Florida do hereby declarethe
week of April 19th through J 1
April 2fah, 1964, as SECRETARIES BACK
WEEK, and Wednesday. April .


Births-Mr. and Mrs. SlamslawKaraunski.
a son, April 7; Mr
RAY COOKE signs the: proclamation for Secretaries and Mrs Guy Cromwell, a daughter -
Week, April, 19-25, Looking Miss Murton arid Mrs. April 10; Mr. and Mrs Robert .
on are Ivy ,
Dargis a daughter, April 13
Virginia Veazie, members of the Stuart Chapter' National Secretaries April Admitted, Esther
Association( International Penick Susan Brydcn Virgie Higgins JACK :
Harold Hollis, Arthur Herb
Clara Higgins Ruby Walker and
Schooner Bluenose was Guam the largest of the Mariana Mrs. Slamslaw Kara ill\kI and
[ on a Canadian postage Islands!, covers 209 square baby boy, discharged, Charles B. .s
IThe.[ ( in 1923. Her image also miles. It is the Ruin Pacific base Arbdgast! Sr., Ruth Marson, Peter 4 '
on the Canadian dime I of the Strategic i __Air Command Harrop, Ina Logan and Elizabeth 1 1 x t ,
,..-.... ---- 11 Manners
April 8-Admitted. Viola Holland -
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190' Edward Bfddmgcr, William MARTIN COUNTY
,_M___ --...;. Whittaker, Sammie Lee Jmipson \
I and Edith Tressler; discharged,
Dorothy McKenzie Don Teal,
John Hoffman Gladys Kegley,
Maggie Lamb, Clara Higgins, Die.
Our Best Buys bert Alfred Dickinson Penrosc., Joseph Tufts. and k i WANTS -- NEEDS

April Admitted. John ElliOtt -
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 128' on U.S. 1. 125' deep. Full Eleanor Kendall, Edna Jones,
Price Mattie Lou Thompson and Calvin i14
$5,000.00.IIIGIIWAY Jr4
Santos; discharged' Mae Watson, A MARTIN COUNTY
Sara Williams, Genevieve Gary,
FRONTAGE/ 175' on U.S. I, 600 derp. Full Margaret Binder, Leonar Shcrkey,
Price 58,750.00.BUILDING William Daniel Blanche Spencer,
.. .. Helen Mconwich,.Ragnop Hansen, '
Susan Florence Blank, : WHO KNOWS
:/ LOTS Palm City 4 lots 50' I 147' each, good Clarence Bryden Thompson and Mrs. Stan- \ MAN .
location I all four $1,000.00. i islaw Karasmski and baby boy. ,
April 10-Admitted, Marie
{WATER FRONTAGE COMMFRCI\L Up to 1,000 ft. Bcckmunn Louis Stutzman and
I$45.00 per ft. Mrs. Guy Cromwell and baby girl; OUR PROBLEMS ;
discharged Fred Rue Charlotte .
Schlosser, William Flowers, Alice
NEW HOME: ON THE WATER 3 bedroom, air conditioned
Clark, Arthur Herb, Edna Jones, r4
C.B.S., 114 baths, screened porch, boat dock, $1,000.00 down Joe Przybyl, Bernice Reascr and s
Full Price $11,850.00.WATfRFROST Evalina Baker
April 1 Ir-Admitted Clara' Williams WHO GETS THINGSDONE

lot 100' x 300' feet 'Includes bout basin, Frank Rausch. Jean Swart/ .
Full Price $4,500.00. Louise Jane Copiihianco, Sidney ,
Horton and Ida McKinney: discharged
Viola Holland, Ruby I '
ST IUCIE RIVFR 1 Bedroom furnished C.B.S., Biilkhraded Walker, Olive Paterson Dean I FOR
lot, beautiful view, 1350000. Gary Mattie Lou Thompson and i
Jessie Burrell. I
April 12-Admitted, Jack Cur
ry. Clyde Royer, Frank Simmons,
Darling; discharged Rose Dine.
hart, Clarence Ostcyee, Esther Pen- .
ick, Jean Roose and Edward Bid- ,nor t, .

ESTATEJim dmgcr.April 13-Admitted. Montgomery Martin Hasn't Had A Senator For Ifl Years ;

Whitehead Trimmer, William Storey, JACK H. WILLIAMSON .
Pearl Runyc/n. Martha Momm,
ASSOCIATE< Raymond Smith, Charles Boxwell, ..
and Mrs. Robert Dargis and baby -
630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440 girl, discharged" John I ,
4-14 tart Fred Heck, Calvin osCO and


Located in River Point- in the City of Stuart > 1:..; '


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House may also be built in Sea Gate Hdrbor on a waterfront lot

for the same price. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYMAl

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P.O. Box 635, Stuart, Florida Dial l 287.ift&
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8D'r11T STL'ART (ilii.I NLWS Thnisday, Apt11 16, 1964 Missionary Union worship service only, and at this 730: study will continue on the
new hour of 10am. Our Sunday Book of James The youth and
To Meet Thursday
.r. church school will meet at 9 a.m. chancel choirs rehears at 8:1 15.

I At Palm CityThe The session will meet Monday, Sunday morning at both the
April :20.! at 7:30: p.m. in the pastor 8:30: and II am worship tern
" Woman Missionary Un- '
s study ices: Rev. Formi H. Watkins will
t ion of the Indian River BaptistAssociation speak on 'Remember Proclaim.' .
9 will meet on Thurs REDtEMFR LUTHFRAN: At the evening service at 7:45 his
day, April 23 at Palm City Kaput; Worship services every Sunday sermon topic will be "The Wayof
Chapel at 1 10( am morning at 10:30: with Sunday Love." Sunday school for all
school and Bible class precedingat ages begins each Sunday morning
Mrs L. F Emerson, president,
has announced that the 9:15.: at 9:45 and Training Union for
ET; will feature a skit, conferences program. Every Sunday morning at 9 the all ages begins each Sunday eve
r'p business! session, and a special Lutheran Church TV program ning at 6:30.Monday: .
+ r ri 1h speaker, "This IK the Life" can be seen on afternoon at 3:30: theGirls'
Channel 4 It has been off Chan
Y Auxiliaries and the Sunbeams
The Jubilee will be the
4) Baptist nel 5 at 9:30, because of Easter,
; I i iV general theme of the meeting and meet at the church. The
but has been re-installed on
in keeping with the theme a skit Church Council will meet in the
WPTV, according to nation personnel pastors study Monday at
; : on the history of the organization evening
will be presented! Next episode will be Human 7;30. Mrs Ronnie Rmker will be
Rev. Chief Billy Osceola! will ."Guilt and Divine Forgiveness hostess to \the Ruth Sunday school
be the featured speaker. He is the class at her home Monday evening
Male and Female" is the sub.
of the Dania Indian at
Baptist -
ject of Dr. Oswald Hoffman talk
carol choir will rehearseat
Church, and will speak on his
+ a
t \ 4J work there. on the Lutheran! Radio Hour next the church Tuesday afternoonat
_; Those attending are to take sandwiches Sunday at 7:35: over WSTU and 3:30.: At 7 Tuesday evening the
s t a and the nursery will be every Sunday evening at this same Brotherhood is invited to a steak
open, it was announced. time. supper at the First Baptist Churchin
P d,3 Junior choir meets Wednesday Fort Pierce. Chaplain John N.
ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC afternoon at 3:30: and Junior con Hudson will be the guest speaker.
firmation class meets Saturday at Reservations must be made in advance
Sunday Masses: 7, 9 and 11 9 a.m. for this supper,
a.m.: week-day Masses: Monday The Ladies Guild will meet Wednesday -
through Friday, 8:30 am, Satur at 8 p.m., and the evangelism A small clothes washer is said
day, 7:30: a,m. committee Sunday at 7:30: p.m. to clean a three-pound load with
A mectnng of all members of the The Redeemer rose display gar. steam In two minutes..
CCD and all parishioners who den is in gorgeous bloom now and --- -.--
wish to participate in the work of includes a mass of lilies in full
the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine bloom. Visitors are welcome. l Tl PINES
will be held Wednesday at
COAST GUARD AUXILIARY HONORS charter members and their wives at a ing, Mrs, Jounlan, Mrs Hanson, Henry Hanson, Michael G Littman, Web Ord- 7:30) p.m.The FIRST BAPTIST ( Stand Tall
party at the Elks Club Saturday night Unfortunately, two of the charter member, way, Mrs Littman, Jack Coleman, Hairy Swuiglehurst, and George G Woodruff, St Joseph Guild will holda .
of Flotilla 39, J. D Gray and Steve Koronsky, were unable to attend, but here arc, honorary member card party Thursday at the Training Wednesday Union evening executive at 6:30 commit: the 110 riit't In Florida

lift to right: Scaled, Von K. Jour at 1 p.m. A bike sale will Future!
week worship service begins at
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be held on Sunday after all Mas- -------
Jensen Beech SCIENTIST ( Church of Christ) Religious instructions for high I
school students are held Monday, I 1Jted c7t;
Thursday, April 16: 10 am, East Ocean Blvd., Stuart Bible Union Church, East Ninth 7 to 8 p,m., and for students grade .., ONLY
Holy Communion. Intention: "The Sunday morning serviceat 11. Street, Palm City, holds church one through eight, Saturday, 9:30: \ .
Altar Guild." Altar Guild meeting Lesson.sermon subject: April school at 9:45 a.m., with classes I to 11:30: a.m.Perpetual .
follows service. 19, "Doctrine of Atonement" Miraculous Medal No- ONE
for all adults Judson
including -
Friday, April 17: 6 lI.m", Requiem .
vena is held Tuesday at 7:30:
school 11 M i is every
Holy Communion Intention: Sunday a.m. Nursery n ear superintendent .
Worship is at 11 I o'clock, with sermon -
provided p.m.A
"The Departed"Sunday retreat for men of the parish
April 19: 7:30( a.m., Wednesday Testimonial meeting, I.I by the"The pastor Glorious, Rev Lawrie Comwny" will be held May 1.3 at Our Lady
Sharp -
Holy Communion; 9 a.m., Fam 8 \1
pm. of Florida Retreat House:, North
will be the hii
ily Communion; and J 11 1 am, Reading Room: 282 Flagler Avenue subject Palm Beach
Tropical Farms Church '
morning prayer. : Monday through Friday, 10 : sermon Remains of Our
Tuesday, April 21.: 7am., Holy am, 2 p.m.; Saturdays, 10am., There will be no Women's Fel, IIRSr PRLSnVltRUN
lowship on Wednesday April 22
Communion. Intention: "The Diocesan 12:30: .
Convention. p.m.Christian Science radio program, 'Marriage and Home''to Be1' Junior and Junior High boys and 9 a.m., Sunday school (classes' SALE
Regular Thursday Holy Com The Bible Speaks to You" may {girls will meet at the church on I for all ages); 10 am.. worship /mar
munion service cancelled this week be heard over WSTU, Stuart, Wednesday afternoon, after school. service; 6 p.m., Young People
a* rector and delegates will be attending 1450 kc, at 7:1:15 p.m. Mondays Discussed in\ New Series1' Mrs l.eta Williams and Mrs. May Fellowship
, sidle Moore directors. this
are Beginning Sunday April
the annual Diocesan Contention Topic for April 20( : Freedom
at Daytona Beach From Guilt" Henry Tatum, pastor of the Marry," Lewis StanciL Prayer group meets on Friday 19, we will return to our regular
Palm City Baptist Chapel, along Intermediates: "Blueprint for morning at 10, with Mrs Whittle,,, summer schedule of services. FEATURING Sportswear FOR
--- --- -- ._- --_. -------.---- with his wife, 'Rente, will assist Tomorrow," Mrs Tatum at the home' of Mrs. Julia; Lane Please note that we return to one
Need SeeGLEN'S Tropical Farms; Baptist Church Juniors: "My Family and I," .
Money -- ---- -
next week. ID five nights of special Mrs. Alice Smith. HENS and ROOSTERSOur
studies "Marriage and the Classes will also be provided NO INCOME TAX WORRIES!
TRADING POST Home The studies offered night. for primaries, taught by Mrs Joan
ly Monday through Friday. April Stencil, and for beginners, taughtby Contact:
a I lobe''Sound, Fla. Mrs Anne Light, and care

y Route 1, On VS. 1 I >, t6J FT will dren be provided for nursery chil- ALICE C. SMITHLICENSED Hours Are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Lewis Stancil, at -
\\t Buy Sell Trade pastor Tropical
1 Cum -Took' Furniture Appliances: Farms, stated that the studiesare Tequesta Dr., Tequesta, Fla.
Anything of Value Mr open to all interested persons TAX CONSULTANTAT 1
and went on to say: "In times like
Glen Stinson Phone 546-9583 these when marriage is often tem 7-0408 746-3433 Mary and Dick Russell

J porary, family life is insecure, and OR HRIIEt BOX 336, PORT SALERNO, FLORIDV I I

tex is magnified out of reason, i I ___ _ ____ ,
we believe that there is a crying -----
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about the meaning of marriage
and the home, and it is our hope
these studies will contribute to

that Sr.end.MARY'S EPISCOPAL: Time For A Change

REV. HENRY TATUM and Friday, April 17: 3 p.m., Girls' .

Mrs. Tatum. Friendly Socle'v i BMV VBMMMMMMMHM MBMHMMi H HHMMB

20-24, will be on an age-group Saturday,. April 18: 10 am,
basis, with the following courses junior choir.
19 730( ,
Sunday April : : am
Adults: : "Family Life, A Bible Holy Eucharist; 9:15: am, morn-
View," Henry Tatum ing prayer and Sunday school; II 16 Years-
Eucharist and ,
Your a m Holy sermon
Pwtf ky K.lly s tat Cannwr C..sM Peed Young People: "Tomorrow Bishop Conklmg, supply priest.

Tuesday, Wednesday: ThursdayDiocesan : r rue r ,
., convention will he heldat a'
Daytona Beach. Delegates are
: VOTE Edwin E Rollison, John Fulton o-
; / and Michael Greene. Mr. Edwin Too Many
Hr' ; : E. Rollison will represent the Episcopal
: (f Churchwomen at their annual ,,

John W. KellerFOR jtiiovAirs the meeting convention held wirNissts in conjunctionwith i\\ YearsA

i .,t. Kingdom Hall Britt Road 8 -

I Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Theocratic
Ministry School; 8:30: p; .m., service
meeting Theme: 'Being An Influence e' e
for Good
Sunday, 6 p.m., public discourseby
M. H. Tout Theme: "Does rk Plenty
Supervisor of Registration Your Religion Please God?" 7:15:I!
p.m., Bible study with oidf
Watchtower Theme: "Youth Gt
Saved From This Crooked Gencration .

DUTIES Monday.." 7:30: p.m. Bible study. There is a reason other states only
Theme: Babylonian Origin of Triads I

To( compile and maintain an up-to-date list of oil qualified Assemble of Deities.at"kingdom Hall for I permit a Sheriff to serve 2 consecutive

electors. participation in field ministry Fri ,r

day 9 a.m., Saturday and Sunday, terms
To service, maintain and care for the county's voting'machincs.To 9:1.5: a.m.

conduct all elections involving County, State and National FIRST MI.IIIOOIST Stuart

candidates. includes the use and care of voting machines, Wednesday April 15.: The chan

sample and absentee ballots printed and distributed, securingpolling eel Friday choir will April rehearse 17: at The 7:30: junior p.m. GIVE SAM HARLESS A CHANCE

place officials, compile and audit precinct audit sheets choir will rehearse at 3:30 p.m.;

after polls close and an official member of the canvass board Sunday, April 19: The worship
services will be held at 8:43 and VOTE FORSAil
which certifies the official election results. I Ham.I with the pastor, Rev, Walter
D. Jessup, delivering the mes
sages. Church school will begin

Have Served Can ServeVill.SerVe\ at MYF 10 will a.m.begin Junior at '6:30 and: p.m Senior.

Monday. April 20-: The men'a
prayer meeting will be at 7 a.m.
15 Years Democratic
Voting in Martin County Tuesday, April 21: The WSCS

Stuart City Commission 19495051.() Mayor in 1952 will 12:30 have pm its regular meeting. at I

Active in Youth \VorkVorld War II Veteran The regular meeting of theWomen's
Society of Christian Service
County Veteran's Service Officer of the First Methodist Churchwill
be held on Tuesday April 21 1 1at
12:30: p.m. at the church.
Priscilla Circle will be hostess
W. an fashioned cover
John KellDEMOCRATIC Cl r..oult. luncheon, All attendingare
I OF REGISTRATION asked to bring table service.
; Installation of officers will take DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5 :
place at this meeting and all incoming
MAY s PoI4 PoUttcml .4--1
PRIMARY Paid Political Advertising I tend. officers are asked to at (

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