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 23, 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
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Cost Figure $3,300,000,1Pith Cotinty Paving; 75 Per Cent

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Arabian Horses Want 'In But'' 1:1: advanced, by the da, Reed Ml, after Army hung Hospital wounded, Huhes m Mirtm County commissioners / !

Fngmers Tuesday has nothing to South Viet Nam on April 4. two and the county engineer!
I do with safely at the inlet or with days alter his twenty.first birth listened in stunned silence Tuesday -
erosion control day. ut Jacksonville: when Engineer!

Reporter Zone ProblemBy It i is si nply to dig a two-and.nne- He i is Private First Class Juhn ('orp* representative! !gave them
I Classification's half-ntilc long channel IK( () feet Hccmsulh !KIlt of Mr. and Mrs the cost figures on "Plan No 1"
wide with six.loot depth from the Herman Hecmsath, 19 West Sixth to make a taler Si Lucie Inlet
EAT PANCAKES Crossroads where t the Okccchobee Street, and a graduate of Mirtm Total! estimate. on the (protect
10 All EYE BANK RAY !McCLLRt putting a turpentine factory into regulation for suitable classif Waterway meets the Intracoasta County High School, class of '%I. was $3.300000() of which 75 per
How do 1 like ? operation," Dushell said. cation for the estate The area Is to the existing cut in the Inlet. and of Embry" Riddle Aeronaut! cent 0 r $2,475000 would bo
you your pancakes A tale of I
out the Arabian nightswas
With sausage eggs or bacon? J. I Zoning Commission members zoned, Interim. Any definite zon Actually, charts already show cal: 1 Institute: Miami: borne locally and 25 per cent, or
D. Gray will cook them "to order" told! to the Martin County searched through county zoning (Continued on Page 2.A) nine feet of water over most of The extent of his injury I is not $825000( by the federal govern t

for you Saturday, April 25, from Planning and Zoning Commission this dl-lance and six, feet in onlya known in detail, but his mother ment.

5 to 7 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall last Thursday night. The commission few spot Kay Hcemsalh, an employe of the Chairman Frank Wacha, Commissioners
on the corner of Third and Akronin listened, liked what it heard, Split Vote in Three Cases Coil: ot this protect would be City of Stuart, ii hoping that it i is Herb Bruner and Jack: j
Stuart. The supper is sponsored and intimated that this tale could $24Mil( ), with $11000 federally not too serious. She has received rr s Suunderson, who had flown to I
by the IOOF for the benefit of l be fact rather than fiction supplied !and $11000 t put up by a letter maIled by John in Cuhlor. Jacksonville with county Engineer -
the World Eye Bank The commission heard and saw School Board Demands the county.: However, this channel nia on Wednesday, April "15, which Fred Bell, for a preview of
ifIX plans for the development of i a would be maintained 100 per slate quite casually how he wan :the tentative:: : project i saw right I
Hohe Sound area estate valued cent federally wounded then that it wa ''scuttled' on financial
) YOU HAVE OLD. in excess of $I 00.000 for the raising However, if Plan NIK. 2 Is ac. "The afternoon of April I I 14 rocks ail completely as any
OLD KLLVINA10R and stabling of Arabian horses ceptcil: it would cancel out Plan brought ,more than 1 expected," he bout ever wrecked on the St. Lu-
Krauss & Crane, local Kelvinator The estate is planned for a plot Four Damage Payments No, I I. and if negotiations were wrote cie reef
resumed on the big they; "We had been Hying since: 7
dealers, are joining in the nationwide about one mile north of the Grant : : project Theyerc even more convinced
search for the fifty oldest Chamberlain Flower Farm between would have to start. all over again. a'm., and around 3pm lflr.Ilik; ;: a little later In the meeting whenit
Kelvinator refrigerators still I In State Road AlA and the The long discussed! and threat. I In all case it took a roll call with another hearing another tur a reconnaissance mission was explained to them I by William

daily kitchen use, Kelly Rowell of Intracoastal Waterway encd liquidation of damages again t vote to settle the I issue In three vey' ) and more red tape northwest of Saigon, where the. Kc ke, civilian plan expert,
the firm announced. Reward will A request to change In interim' four contractors who did work on of the four> cases: involving Taylor Only good point seen by the Viet Cong activity had been greatest JOHN IIH'MSAIMViet ; and Joe Koperskl, chief engineer
be replacement by one of the zoning classification to some kim! Nctto, and Smith-Boa re county in this proposal is hat all that past week that annual maintenance would be
newest models in Kelvmator fiftieth of agricultural classification to Martin County schools was settled Member Frank DeStefano and it would result in a guaranteed "About the time we arrived the Nuns any more, for sure on a f>p, per cent local and 40 per
anniversary celebration If allow the stables was discussed and by the Martin County Board of Mrs. Jeanette Odom voted against passige from the Crossroads to Vat Cong hud launched a three Mr and Mr*. Hcemsath plan togo Cent federal basis, costing around
you think you have a real old one then tabled by the commission, Public Instruction at a special liquidating! damages Voting "yes" the inlet, if shitting Hind should tided attack on the U. S. and Vietnumi.se up to Walt tjicnwlvea riduy to $49000 annually let sand Iran"*,
still In service1 Rowell urges that since its attorney Dean Tooker, meeting Monday night were Mr*..T, R Chambers, Henry fill in the route at some future ground force Our helicopters find out for : Iud) how fee with the counly expected to
I you file an entry with model and was unable to be at the meeting. The board voted to withholdthe Gunn and Henry Kindred. time were called! in for Home John. IH, and they will, no doubt] ""e-pay SHOOJOOO()() t* 1is, nhu/e ot
the The board expressed! "pu /lement' direst) air support to help out the hear many goodwishes for their .
number. Making request for the elab- from the contractors C All member voted "yes" on the maintenance for the life. of the
I orate horse farm was Attorney damage against'" the Food Service as to why a six foot depth ground troop. son, a populir' member of Tiger protect. I
I Bryan Dushell of Fort Lauderdale final. cash settlements Equipment had been planned, when it con The first past we male.proved! fow Vida of 1959tid m>0 "ULL -$8CKIt" raked
Company j'
CLEVELAND READERS for his client, Pierce 51 Corporation The board said it WaIL due dam nccb directry to the OLecchotoe to unlucky! rw'ntd' !*" ii I cough rep w. WadIMY' *eet-*.. .l'
1OLU ABOUT BRIDGES whose sole owner i I. Pierce ages of $550 from Contractor R. Though the' Its board the"damages" Waterway depth of,eight/ feel and a round in my tell forearm W. Following lu*,.graduation! (t"1.IfI1 "They Mid SIIOO.IKJO-In advance
Hugh Kane, m hi I I. column Mangurian of Fort Lauderdale Van Smith of Fort Pierce, for an to satisfaction, there the Intracoasld'* ten had been giving them, up to tnibry:: Kiddie at an airfraniii! and ..' declared Bell
Footloose in Florida," played up| Dushell tolthe! Zoning Com over-run of his contract at Port could be i is court action before and t h in smatter Additional data will be sought that point but then we broke olf powcrplanl technician, he volunteered Plan/ No. t consist of a detached
the Martin County bridges to mission Mangurian plan to raise Salerno Elementary School; $2,. wrapped up put at to how many commercial craft and made It back to Saigon quits /tor Army Will breakwater in the shape of
the dead fileAttorney servicejust
Hutchinson Island m, the travel only Arabian horse. Ha said prob. I 150 from the Food Service Gales: : UMjigKfthe Okcechohee Waterway fast. On the way buck, the gunner enlisted April 21, a year I boomerang about 1,200 feet long, ,
section of The Plain Dealer Cleve. ably a horse would be sold from fluent Company I of Coral Elton Schwarz, actm might use the inlet if this proposed bandaged mv arm and made: ago. He did preliminary training with its Inner mirv facing the
land, Ohio, on April 12 He called time to time "in a selective way; for a contract over-run at Port for Contractor Taylor, appealci channel was eight feet lie as comfortable at he could', at 1 1. Jackson, S. C.,.and them. at ten-foot by 200-foot( cut made in
the island "the last outpost of unspoiled but that the estate would be more Salerno Elementary School Cafe to the (board to waive the $1,550 1 he letter goes on tech; $1 I,550 from John L Taylor damage agunst Taylor Schwarz Heemsath three days 'fairly with honor three airplaneand
East Coast beauty, of a relaxing hide-away for Man spent high II. This breakwater would r I Is.I e
Rurian. There are no residences of Stuart, for a contract over said Taylor had lost considerable Absentee Ballots comfortably" In a hospital In Sal" two helicopter course eight feet above mean low water
in the vicinity: run at Carver Garden School; and money on his contract. He called Deadline May 4th gon, where there wan quite a rush He/ went to South Viet Nam inNovember and would be aimed to deflect or
Ofr 100 Contained in the plans and draw $200 from Netto, Inc, for a con- the assessment against Taylor a on six wounded that day" He and wan with the Util- shatter from the northeastIt
SENT US 'FILLER ings presented to the commission tract overrun at Martin County 'penalty; rather than damages"He Last day to get an absentee' ballot was then flown to Clark Air Force Its Tactical Transport Helicopter Jwell. 80 per cent of the
reminded the board that the
The Martin County Committeeof was a slain house, large barn with Senior High School class, to vote in. the May 5 primary Hospital in t h. Philippine Is- Company: as a crew: chief and force of such iwell, the Engineer
100 has supplied us with a list stables; garages and quarters; a -- science and mathematics election i is next Thursday, April hinds "they only do temporary' assistant pilot until wounded laid
of "filler*"' 0 n Martin County small barn, and a 600.foot long, rooms at Carver Gardens Schoolare 30, according to Mr. Zola Blakeee *- repairs at AfriD' and' then i No provision was made In the
vegetable, flower Citrus production I60-foot wide canal runnlni I a 4,119 EnrolledIn still not being used in which supervisor of registration' The to Travis Uuse IloHpituIalif ., plan for swell from the southeast
I rn1s case the school system ha| not : ., (the latter merely. a stopover
A i that littletwo through the property to the Intra. ballots must be returned no later Early The present passage acrosi the
four-line factual item which coastal been damaged by an overrun of 4COUNIV before going on to Walter reef would
to Waterway than S p.m. on Monday, May not be deepened
"fills out" some news columns Dushell said the estate will ben the SchoolsA the contract. Reed. Will Meet Here I A rock jetty would come out
when there are gaps at the bottom a manner 'transitory" As the Jack Moore, a representativeof Still not very communicative: on the south tide of the inlet about
Thanks, Committee of 100, I area builds up Mangurian will total of 4.119 student are the American Fire and Casualty COMMISSION FUEMMV feeniKuth concludes h I 11 letter, At Youth Center, one.half the distance of the north
and send morel! We far prefer such probably move his horses to another enrolled in all Martin County : Insurance Company, asked the MftlS: NEXT: "Will receive 'final treatment there jetty
]local: items to "Zanzibar it famous er area, in which case the' property schools at the end of the seventh ward to delay liquidating the dam The regular monthly meeting of (Reed) and hope to get tome recuperative The thirty eighth annual meet. A large hole would be made at
: against Smith until the bonding Commission It leave lime IM> I can: ina of the Early Settler Awioela-
for cloves" or "The U, S consumes I be residential only, he month. ages the Martin County (Continued 2-A
on Page )
55000000000 gallons I of freshwater laid The School Board reported company and insurance com- scheduled for '9:30 a.m., Tuesday, make it home to see 'you'all Please tion will he May 9 at the Stuart
daily Dushell noted that the ten to 4,I 165 were enrolled at the end puny could go over bills submitted April 28 It will be the last meeting don't worry 'cause everything gong Youth (enter. A detailed story will
in next week Stuart New, according :-
LEN HJWARDS: LOST the estate "would cause no offensive probably due to the return Board Chairman Kindred told tion. (Come and bring your armor one Communist bullet to put me to Mr*. Gertrude) Fulton, Democrat Rally
illS FIRST TIiEATRE odor, nor would the prop. north of winter residents with their Moore he felt that the school board plate and bulletproof vest) down Wont he !going back to resident.

rty be put to any offensive use" children. should assess damage and abide _. -- Set
Leonard Edwards, who spends He said there would be no signs Last year, at the end of the by the stipulations of the contract.He April.25thMartin
his winters at Stuart enjoying our or advertising of any kind. seventh month there were 3,852 mentioned that all contractorshad Gain of 873 in Past Six Months
fishing i received sad news 1 a t I 'Although a horse may be sold enrolled as compared to 3.860 at had ample time to ask for extensions Co Jlty'. Democrats are
Tuesday. His moving picture theatre from time to time, the purchaseof the end of the sixth month in their contract Invited to eat roast beef sandwiches -
at East Hampton. Long Island I thorough-bred Arabian horses Board Member Gunn told Moorehe hut dog and other re
N. Y. burned. The loss wa Is limited Very few people buy RFPUBI1CAN HOPEFUL felt it would set a dangerous Voter Registration Gains; freshment. at a political rally on
and amounted to around if the board did not
total them. This will be more of a country VIM ED: IN STUART precedent Saturday evening, April 25
$250,000, but was covered by in. gentleman estate and nothIng abide strictly to Its contract The get-together, at which Democratic
I: lurance Edwards owns a chain else We have no intention of H B. (Bob) Foster, a Republican Board Member Odom and De primary contenders will bo
of theatres but felt the lost of the candidate for governor visited Stefano explained their "no" votes Total in County Is 9,848Voter Introduced, I scheduled for Stuart
r I East Hampton building for emotional Stuart last Saturday His campaign They said they felt that the school baseball park beginning at S p.m.
reason "It was my first Erosion Check headquarter are at Tampa. system had not actually been damaged Fifty tickets each have been allotted

be said, "and there was a lot of One of his main plank Is for repeal in the case of Taylor registration I n Martin registered,' 1,608 (16 per cent) Republicans precinct I Is Jensen Beach. with I to thirty-one Democratic
sentiment attached tout." of the intangible tax law. Smith and Netto, County has increased 10 per cent and thirty.four Independent I,336. candidate to distribute to guests,
On Island Made
ft -- --- in the last sis months according *. Registered voter In the remaining Another way to get In I Is to show
ULSTFR ROUTE to a report issued Monday by Mr. The report also shows that !I.. precincts: are a* follow Stuart a voter registration! card (preferably
NOW EXPLAINED For the StateA I Public Invited April 30 Zola Blakeslee, supervisor of reg- 062 Negroe are registered in Mar. ((4)), 1,105.; Stuart ((3), 854; Palm Democratic' ).
Bob West used the stratlon, tin County, and \Vtt per cent are City' 856; Indiantown, 697; Rio, Thcie will be entertainment, it
Postmaster I There are now 9,848 voters in registered Democratic I 337: Stuart'tlll t I ( I ), 337; Port Sew- wa announced. but no stump
in check of problems on
term "maitstcr route" a news erosion in numberof all, 337 North Rver Shores, 3-32 speeches: Principal a
Martin County, or 873 over lost The largest precinct ; purpose par
week Island Wednesday
this We Jupiter School
announcement quer .was Division High Band'sSpring November when the count: stood reglelerpd.voterl: i i. Port Salerno 'Ocean Brceie Park, 259' ; Booker ty spokesman) said it' 'to give the
of the
ied and found that a "mail ter" is by W. T Carlton I
at 8975 with 1,362, followed by Hobe Park, 252; Tropical Farms, 244; voters a chance to meet the can
a scooter and mail delivered by of Beaches and Shores for
A total of 8,:206 Democrat are Sound with 1,353 Third largest: and Sewall Point. 128 Oklatet"
such vehicle* is on a "mailnter the State of Florida, accompanied
route" by Martin County officials Concert Set -
Carlton] will wake' a report and
West Explains Changes Coming at Stuart'Economy
off.i r suggestions to Randolph
Hodges, director of the State Bureau -
Tale Twisting I of Conservation who has "Whether your favorite! composer Band, referring to the annual I

I scheduled a visit to Martin County i i. Beethoven or Hanry Man- spring concert which. his band is Post
BY JACK JAMES on Thursday, April 30. cini, this program will please you" staging at the school auditoriumon Adjustments for OfficesIn
-THIo1 rtriso co" an>'- Hodges M expected to later make promises I I.eMoyne E. Roll director Thursday'', April 30 at 8 p.m.

If the Constitution of the United recommendations lo the State Leg- of Martin County .High School There i* no admission charge,
States was based! on the Ten Mature for measures to ,control and music-lovers of all ages are line with a national economy will continue to he delivered six and the money order window will giving out parcels, mail, or telling
() week. There will he no be closed: Saturday. Rural carrier COD, parcel, will "be provided
Commandments, then 1 think it erosion! ion the iiknj Last Wk't Weather invited 4Included love aimed at saving $12,700,000, day a on :
our duty at voters Carlton's visit was in prcpara- In the program will be Stuart Post Office-and others Inthe change In delivery of special tleliverypurcel shall not accept money orderapplications on any day of the, week.
romp'tur. illlh. Low E&lnf,.ll, belt- on Saturday Domestic The Postmaster emphasized thai
to try and lion for Hodges' visit. the numbers the band played in counly-will do some *
select men o f April April II II .. .. aA 81 14 is .DU.08 thin year'a district competition in / beginning Monday, May There will be only one employeeon money orders may be' purchased: no essential major services are atj.
good reputation April IT re ee .01 which it rated superior in concert. tightening one consolidated slump and along with stamps and parcels can fected under the orders. Thin
to preside over POLITICAL RALLY April April II It .. .Ia. IU II 61 .lfll.0 Th band has had a busy spring Here are the "limited adjustment parcel post window open on Saturday he mailed at the Contract Station will be no change in home deliveryor !
I our local: offices. FOR HOME OWNERSIN April 10 II 'U .UII rehearsing for and playing at the *" 40 be put into effect, according *. To prevent having to standin No. Ix I located at 244 Osceola: Ave., special delivery, for example
In. the May 5 MUTII COUNTY April Z1 et 7t .to MCHS dedication, the opening of to Postmaster Bob West: line to buy ilampt patron In Andy Sundries Store Regular business mail deliveries
Average t.mp.rsturs. for wink; TlTTDBII I service will should the stamp All postal' savings business will will continue a. usual except for
primary we have The) Home Owners Association Martin County Fair, the Sandy I Parcel post delivery use sufficient .
the biggest com- of Southern Martin County ha A'eT Shoes Festival parade in Fort be provided on a five-day week chine in the lobby or buy be suspended on Saturday All ordinary peRsia Wednesdays
bination of can- invited all Martin County candidates INLET 11 CIB M V a.k W PH..t.r Low A.Y.Wat I'Mlilt Pierce the district contest and basis, except that six-day service for their need during the other services such a* inquiries and Letters and other with first-class the mail.

didates I have ever seen at one time for public office in the primary AprI'Ii : tae pea the dedication of Hobe Sound Post will be continued on all mailstcr five work day, Monday through claims: information, niuter. settings; will hi'kandled sampriority
in our county We should use our to attend a meeting at the Ap.iI: Ir ::Jn sus t*/ Office. In addition, the band has and rural route Ordinary parcel Friday Saturday window service trust fund deposits, box rent collections as always The economy due
Is !in
best judgment to pick men of good Community First Federal Savings April Apri' 111 I' ....tads.1..4 tilta IU tt4 tilt'd1 given concerts for the MCHS student post delivery service will not be halt in no instance exceed four : documentary" stamp sales, step, West explained Johnson, program
character for our county offices, A Loan on U. & 1. Jupiter.Wed- April II I" Asp Sail *::11 body and for all children In provided pn Wednesday, except u hour for the one window employee etc., shall be suspended on Satur with President federa
UuuiL God at church AortJ II eat 4:I* redo alit and first CUUM! parcels, air on duty. Domestic and international under which the recent }
(Let t Sunday Jletday night April 29 The meet- Apra I' 4141 rt: 11,11, 1111' grades four through six throughout above day.No cut was prpvhJed.
that we have good men running) ng will start at 7:30 p.m. mite tt.u add 141 k.w* .44 14 I* the county. parcel post and perishable articles money order will not be issued "after hour* service, such u Income tax


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BI 2vvi TlIE STUART TTa. NEWS 23 1964 !MORE ABOUT No further cut or rcmo\I <
( ) Thumday, April ,
- - n ________________,/ Leaders Say State_Did Not Figure Growth Factors rock in the reef were propov''I

Decker Asks Plant Penult Plan No. 1 the If Auduhon the mile of Society shoreline by the gin.fl.l..

6 61 6 Indiantown Wants Junior High Unit Sound Company( had been du',I,
a ; to state or county government
Boat Tests would have reduced the coimi\
Engine Costs Way share by 10 per cent or V47 'III
Protests New 'Unrealistic'I the delegation was informal I n iJ],,
Survey as Audubon clued contains "too 111,111,i,
Planned River? reversionary clauses' for it i Iu.> \

on Four Indiantown civic organ Too MuchContinued regarded Martin group as public was told.I In nil IiJ

izatiom called on the Martin Coun t If there was public beach fro.
I IIhe
Herman Decker of Decker Industries plant on the north bank of the St I ty Board of Education Morulay ( Audubon land to the mki
Inc, has taken out a Lucie in Stuart, to Outboard Marine night to ask the State Department ( from Page I-A) distance of about three mile. ii. I

nuilding permit for $8,000 for an Corporation. It plans to move of School Education and to resurvey Warfield l lt the westward end of the north jet- county-federal ratio would chim'"
assembly plant in St Lucie Inlet its manufacturing activities to the In reevaluate school requirements I to allow sand to drift through I to( 0-50., they were told.
Indiantown in ty (
Farm west of Port Salerno. new site. of future light t Impoundment basin from The plan, which has been I''
It has !been reported that the Deck Industries makes meter industrial developmentIn to which an it would be periodically "cold storage" in Jacksonville, '11\\,
Decker firm has its builjmg, ing and other equipment for use a letter to( the board, delivered a .r to the south. Pumping arly In January-a public hci
the former S rtlO Marine Service will) polyurethane foam. under just as a special meeting got t +n e1a pumped would be necessary every two Ing Wall held at Stuart more th.lll\ ,,
i Reports are that Outboard Marine way Indiantown Civic s Iwo year ago-i* now expect, I
Corporation, of which Ralph Club Professional, Indiantown Business i am year m-foot channel by 100 feet to go from the district engineer i e..
CASES FILED IN Bvlnrude is chairman of the board, Women' Club In A from the Crossroads the division engineer
dlantown Kiwanis Cluh, and the wide would be dug
CIRCUIT COURT pluns an and boat testcentpr -
engine Veteran of r,4 (the Intncoastal Waterway
Foreign Wars, wrote t
(Chancery) here. t FAMILY!\ PARTV IIHD
I that the recent Mute Departmentof channel off Sewall Point) to the
A spokesman for the corporations in the inlet. Cost t of AT PELICAN HOIH.
Education cut
hat aken present
Ernest not
Junior Cooper vs. Da. said that "negotiations! are un. survey (
tine Ruth complaint for der but we are not ready to into( consideration a number of maintaining this was estimated at The King family held its anal
Cooper way vital| | fact $3,000 which the government for ,,
divorce; release details" concerning Indianfown'i a year spring buffet cupper a thrill\
Anne G. Hartman vs. Paul T economic and physical growth dur would assume to aid navigation of friends at the Pelican Hot'
Hartman Jr., complaint for divorce OUTDOOR NRITFRSMFF1ING ing the next two or three years" last Saturday:: "evening i Hosts: wit
: Robert C. Salisbury, IN JUNE The letter called the survey 'to The project was given 11 1.2 cost-! Mr. and Mr* (Bill) KM
unrealistic" Mr and Mr*. Drew King, Mr ,Ind,i
tally benefit ratio. Any benefits to
George W. Slalon vs. Christine The Florida Outdoor Writer
H. Staten, divorce; Adams and Associption has selected Port St. A survey of countywide school commercial fishing were figured Mrs. George Park and. Mr ,,II' i
Kramer. Lucie Country Club a* the site need for the next five )years was at 100 per cent federal, recreation Mrs Bernard COker.Tho
Ruth Milliard vs. Robert Milliard I of a convention scheduled for recently completed and released 4"N benefit were figured 50-50; and
divorce; T C Houk. June 57.SEYMOUR'S. by the Slate Department of Education. beach erosion benefit were figured standard material I I"
The survey recommended at 100 per cent local. They ip.parently mourning dresses In the eighteenth'
_: l .II1UJ':$ several change at Warflcld School, were figured as the major century was bombazine a u>mi 11.
Including transfer of pupils in the cost. nation of silk and worstedCiuci's
INN seventh and eighth grades to Stuart 4v 't Is 1 "-
Junior High School I (old t 1 4' ,'+
MCHS): fill 1 and grid low pot'

The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks primary m northeast classrooms corner; four of site elementary ; two- RestaurantAND

tlgurooins; administrative
suite; library; storage and heating;
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY two toilet rooms, all at estimated!
COM of $172,380. CAMPING OUT. Tom Clark, Jack Sameck, Bruce Nethers, Junior Conservation Club members, and
The survey also recommended Phil Sameck, advisor, pn a camping trip pn Hutchinson Island last weekend. DISCOUNT PACKAGE STORE
3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS alteration, including central heating -
2 BLOCKS NOR11I JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAYFRANCS insinuation for existing classrooms .

_. ,I. J 1 patch and repaint classrooms I The business and professional' town for a junior high school. Thisis Crook estimated that it wouldbe
at an estimated cost of $9- men of Indiantown feel this survey but one example of the indus at least a year before a resurvey WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR
240. There were no recommendation has not taken into consideration trial development plans that we of Warfield School could be
for Warfield Annex. a number of vital facts con believe have been overlooked. made by the state.Settlement, THE ENTIRE SUMMER
? lANGFOPD'SLuncheon ; () In its letter to the board, the cerning Indiantown'i economic and Along with, the citrus industry
groups noted: physical growth during the next other related industries that must t
"As you are aware, the survey two( and three year. Industrial' development follow this type of development Is CLOSED SUNDAYS-
staff has recommended that War. plans now well under cannot be overlokoed"In. -
field School be made a six-grade way which will greatly expand ]
IGGERI closing the letter stated:
OOfR school, and that student in the school enrollment in Indiantowndo "The interest of Jhe Martin County Arrived at in Route 1, Jupiter 746-7612
f'STAl1swa seventh and! eighth grades be takenIn not teem to have been considered Board of Education in the In
/ buses on a round trip of at least and this oversight, we believe diantown area I Is well known to $$200,000 SuitA
forty miles and, in many cases' results in a totally unrealistic us, and your past effort to help -
Specials $1.50 seventy miles to Stuart This can recommendation" Improvp the quality of educationIn
mean over two hours each school "For this reason, the undersign. this communtiy are greatly apprecieted. suit against the City of Stu SOONyIvw1i
day for the students ages eleven ed organizations request that a In this Instance, we hope art for $200,000 ha* been settled : VENCE EDWARDS
Monday thru Friday U 1U J p.m. to thirteen, creating an unfair advantage re-survey be made at whIch business that the board will again show this out of court. ; ; (ten Cas>)
against the student that and professional men who are interest in requesting a new spot' The amount agreed on in the : "THE VICTORS"Thursday
school in
can get to five minutes.This presently planning and executing survey at which time we shall be settlement was not noted in an
POTNERS/ 1 Day a Week 5 TO 10 P.M. leaves
time for
more study the plan for Industrial expansion allowed to present the industrial order i issued by Judge C Pfeiffer through MondayA
closer school '
one to thereby mak. be allowed to testify and present development facts in our posses- Trowbridge, but apparently I im '"
lag a day of routine with just fact not considered in the initial) don." volved only a nominal amount. I
For Reservation Phone 2874040I enough time for the bare essential
and for the student The board voted unanimously The suit was an outgrowth of
necessities from
,. I so far away. Neither can these The letter went on to point out to ask the State Board of Educa an auto chase' by former City Pa. Young Girl's Understanding
that "one example I I. sufficient to tion for the trolman Jack E. Stewart Plaintiffs
students in re-survey.
Where .The. Stars Meet rlculur activities! such any a extra-cur* sports, show the importance of the. retfudy The letter to the board was signed were Ruth Ann Jones and Thomas BecomesaTown'sGuidingLightl
; band, and glee club" ," by P. L. Hinson, Jeannette H. Clyde Jones then residents of St,

_ Beside the 4,000 acres of es Clements, James H. Rines Joseph Lucie Crescent.
: -- -- -. H tablished-grove, over i6.000.aere( ,. >W. Preston, all acting for the t Mrs, Jones alleged S4ewart/aro .
of new citrus have been plantedor clubs and organization, Mrs, ed entry Into the Bathroom of her
is being plumed Indiantown, Jeanette OUom, board member apartment, seized her and attempt.
none of which have yet entered from Indiantown, also reported at ed to drag her to the patrol car. WALT DISNEY
production The very large increase the meeting the Warfield PTA Stewart said he chased her car ,
In population that will be requiredfor was also in favor of the re-survey. on Palm City Road and she ran
the maintenance, harvesting Carbon, copies of the letter were into( her apartment to escape arrest '' A7IGER,
ED MILLER STORYPART and processing of this fruit will sent to Governor Farm Bryant w"S Y
greatly expand the need of Indlan- 'and to Thomas Bailey, state sup. Mrs Jones later pleaded guilty tr
erintendent of public Instruction to a speeding charge in City Court S
Thomas L, Crook, superintendent and was fined $35.
( 2)) MORE! ABOUT of Martin County schools, The suit against the city was BRIAN KEITH MILESTIC.MNICOLO

To the voters of Martin County my "one man fight" to told the board the survey team dsimissed' earlier when Circuit ? *.
ruled the
Arabian HorsesAt probably was "not aware of the Judge Trowbridge plaintiffs -
break up'the existing political machine has begun to show industrial development that will failed to serve proper notice
occur in Indiantown in the next on the city, and Judge Trowbridgegave r- I.M N IM nm.
results. The voters have awakened to appeals. To Hobe SoundContinued wait DISNEY
my few year," He said there had been them forty days to re-file kr tA.MM Mhmi
all those who have sent me so many letters of encouragement an opportunity for the people to I The suit was re-instated in April, .nMIMnemP
their ( from Page J-A) present these facts to the survey 1963, and was set for trial last
to continue fight against our two commissioners
team, but it had not been done..
I thank from the bottom of heart. ng classification established wouldset The monetary settlement is be.' Tuesday and Wednesday
; you my the trend! for the entire area. "We didn't know" Crook: said Iieved to be only enough to payattorney's
You have watched "One Man Rule" under chairman Two classifications were discussed "I didn't know, so I couldn't tell fees, court costs in fang l.
our -Agriculture 2, which I Includes the survey team. According to the and the 135 fine.
Wacha and his "Rubber Stat1J Commissioner Saunder. almost any type of agricultural survey, /there was no evidencefound Suaw iuvMuuin

son. YOU have also watched My "one man fight" and all I I, which undertaking limits agriculture; and to Estates small Warfield! an school increase enrollment"or decline in From and 4 women to 8 per are cent said of normalmen to be e ,

its frustrations to bring you the voters, into The FrontLine garden[ plots The commissioners be Crook commented ask the that he would lefthanded. SHIN Hours
happy to State Board
seemed to I e a n to an Estate 1 '
so you could all see how our county is run for the classification.At of Education for the spot survey W III .. :-I:: COLOR ITDgtUXg M. .t a+r.r .

benefit of a very select few. You know who they are. said "whoa.this point He Attorney questioned Dushell the in "However light of the, when letter they do re- CARD OF THANKS ------ -

This county is having severe growing pains. My payroll Estate classification on the grounds check," Crook said, "the people I wish to( thank friends and ------ ---
hat an occasional sale of a horse must present facts of growth in neighbors for their flowers, cards
for 1963 was $250,111.51. The greatest motivating force might constitute a technical zoning the area and definite plan for industrial and many other:; kindnesses i ; also ; BOX OFFICE 6:45:
violation and that he and his expansion, Martin Wahl and Frank Lucas, ten
behind fight to oust Mr. Wacha and Mr. Saundersonis
my client did not want this to be a Crook also explained that the who took care of the ambulance SHOWTIME 7.13:
to establish business like methods and expedient planning hammer over their heads. transporting, of pupils from Indian- service at the time of my husband's
Zoning Director and County town to Stuart Junior High School passing.
Not Empty Promles.Ve no longer have room 'nglnter Fred Bell told Dushell was not in the immediate future Friday Saturday
for the old entrenched political machine. that an occasional private sale of We have to have the room first," Mr Fred RauschGOURMET' SundayaMIWftEtMIIEEIOlAM

a hone did not seem to him to bea he declared. 1 --
You must still remember when the Bessey Creek bridge violation of the Estate classification OC1

was burned by arsonists, I took the lie detector test at the "It ,seem to( me the occasional .MLST M (,,, B -gs whitYsr Ilkss YEN.leis,,

Sheriff's request. Why not the others Was there anything sale of an Arabian hone wouldbe gig womu tote

to hide? in the tame category a* the ",k/ his west
occasional sale of an auto or apiece -

Election time May 5th is almost here. The time has come Estate of furniture t classification I would a*preferthe compared f tlltokimulflu

for me to help you. I have only one vote and need your to the Agricultural 2 classi t y tJ
(fication. If
we zone the area Agriculture -
continued support. I 2, it will set the trend

Chris Kalb of Jensen Dist.. 1 and John B. MacArthur, in the area results and for could the entire have secion. unpleasant J f /

Salerno and Hobe Sound are the candidates for County ." Bell declared.
Dushell told the commission his
Commissioner. They have come to your homes and have client would be willing to sign any Il i

made known their beliefs and ideals.I type of agreement limiting the use I !
of the property. cI.D'lOCXI'
SUBSCRIBE TO THEM Joseph Greenlees, chairman of J. ,i'a\ DrrtmlmgPMA".MC[) [
I FULLY ENDORSE HUM the Zoning Commission said the ,
estate "appear to be the high type lyCHIaEOIaR -..__w.swill.....
development we would
like to see In the area. Now thatI .
see the plan you have made, I

am Dushell impressed.was accompanied by UNXXA.T..'1'0.MVIW Love in a land of treachery; and temptation!

CHRIS KALBDistrict assistants;; by Homer Greathouse r IT j

of Hobe Sound'' and several residents MmtfM. ., .*jm id gme. MaURAf G 'GEa5I\QSCtt\ ( ( {

1 Jensen Beach of the Hobe Sound area who .......Rdaaa.M I
voiced approval of the project, SwoRDN
calling it an asset BOw* .
Greenlees again atressed that he l
JOHN B. MacARTHURDistrict liked the project but that the i7UMJJ' CFStENJ"Knn'IM
Question of in appropriate classification \
should and must be worked .
3 Port Salerno and Hobe Sound out(. Since Attorney Tooker
could not be there for advice "
Pate eeatiat.e.ra..a.M.are..e U .mpdn tfMivnn' Cftrl. K.lb dA ;. \ '
cuI.aI._, 9t. I. col "atslelaae S.. Ceasie' ..:. .. ..laari."t't Graceless suifested the matter
be tabled until the April 30 !meet
ng. The commission and, Attorney ft III*.** ...... Steel Elms.r .
Dushell ped.



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HIE STUART (Florid) NEWS Thumb, April 2.I<. 1964 3-\ -

SCHOOL NEWSBy 1 students Lynn. Williams wu NSA Schohushlb/ -
awarded the largest book ll the
CHERYL HEATH best Spanish/ I student. Sandra Goes to Judith Hunt SALE!
-,. Maxey, Betsy Noune lane Ra-
phel and Mike Crook were also Judith Hunt. a .Idualinl I I sen .
given hooks Kenneth Moore, Scott: ion, was awarded ih, Muart Chap-
Pan-American Observed Feaster, Robert Key and Thomas let National SccrCl.orlC\ \CII. I
Day Boise were commended at the Ion scholarship ,II i their annual
assembly for thair i outstanding tea held Suiulsv "1i 1'11'I 19 at Marin $$2.25
By MCHS Spanish Classes peaking/ fluencyCareer County Puolu I i hrary ELECTRIC I
The award Is robe ,,ned at the '
college of her chi,ce to further
Dr. Alvarez Spanish teacher at All her students participated in Assembly her education In the i Ins'i mess field
MCHS and her Spanish I and II the In order to gain
program more
classes, I SENIORS HOLD 8\NQUFTOn I Time!
presented a program including knowledge of the language and to I Held for SeniorsAn -
: dances and a skit speeches give other students at MCHS Tuesday Apt ii : the class' t
and songs in Spanish, In comment: idea ot the language and customs of 1964 held a banquet l i at the DOWN'S
assembly was held Friday, frtdewlmls ReiluumntOBITUARIES
oration of Pin.American Day of our Spanish-American neigh
April 18 for seniors who have MODEL
l atalaaMgc -NMe
not decided
on careen.
In her cloning speech, Dr. Alvarez Robert L. Went, Stuart .
CUSS OF '64\ emphasized the beauty of postmaster
presented a film' entitled,
DECIDES: freedom In the United Stales
GIFTS and .
I Your Career In the Postal Serv
said that should > a-et _:T_ rasaaasssqSIRS. U !
we as a country
tee" He
The Class of '64 told the ttudend of the
recently voted strive to remain united with our opportunities available to them MNIF BU It:VI'INFTIIOM
to buy a set of fiberglas blackboards American neighbors. VSON
and servIce
explained civil exams
and pennants of all conference At the end of the assembly,
Henry Gunn Jr., school board Mrs. Jnnie Bullcnnm' Vhomuiontlountsvllle .
as a gift to the'school Woodall awarded
Principal Span.
for the new member presented a film concerning SC, died recently in
----gym.---- ish hooks to outstanding Spanish careen In the automotive a Lauren, S.C, hospital followinga
industry that was of great interest lengthy illness, She also hud II
to the boys, home at 725 Riverside" Drive CONTROL
Ending the program was James iluart She was a member of theIrs '
ATTENTION }, Bratley, assistant ( Baptist Church of Laurens '
the Fort Pierce office of Florda: She is survived by her husband,
State Employment Service, who lames H Thomuson of Mountsville [; WARRANTY
MR. dimmed: the aids that this service ; one son, J. H. Thomason, Jr.
BUSINESSMAN can render of Mountsvllle;, ono daughter, Mrs
youth Olgard Dabbert of Berkeley Calif;
'MACOSrFNameOf I three brothers Thumiu A. Bullcn- WASO4\ ONLY 17.l ?
SPECIAL OFFER tine of Laurens, John A Bulk-mine ', TRADE
New Yearbook I and Ernest G, Bulknt ne. both of
Jreenville; one sister! muss Alma
The yearbook, formerly called Ballentine of Greenville, three I Igrandchildren.
the Sailfish" has recently under. ; : .
BIG FLEET DISCOUNTS gone a name-change: Funeral services erl" held from Portable Television
"MACOSH the new name the Kennedy Mortuary Chapel A GENERAL was voted on by all members of t the with Dr. Robert S, ( uoper and
TO 1 AND 2 TRUCK OWNERS student body together with other Reverend William Hum in charge Personally Portable
suggested name, and after l runoff Burial was in Laurens City C'cine- 9
between SAILFISH MA- cry. STEREO
BUY RUGGED County Senior High. Mrs. Helen Vanden F)nde, sixty Po
I The main reason for changing tour, a resident of Orange Avenue,
NYLON TRUCK the name was that It I Is Stuart that Rio, died Sunday morning, April N
it the Sailfish Capital of the 19, at her home She was a native o
S World, not Martin County, and of Hungary and was a resident of I T n I tlsth r
TIRES the new school Includes student
t Rio for seven years, coming here O
of other parts of the county. from Oshornvllle I NJ She was N
3T NylonAll a i member of St. Joseph Catholic 1 1 1 9 I t
Sizes Church m Stuart 2 r.ra.RCtilt .
EDUCATION CONVENTION She Is survived by one daughter, sCR
Fleet Prices Thursday and Friday, April 23 Mrs. Margaret Applegale with M
Don't and 24, a group of MCHS teach. whom she made her home, one son, a0a/tl.paldtasa.ISate
y Delay ers will attend the Florida Education Peter Vanden Eynde, who I.I In the o ft
Call Today Association: convention 1 in J.S, Army stationed In Fort Ben- '
Miami Beach. Student wilt be excused nmg Ga i two grandchildren; and -'-- NO MONEY
from school both several brothers and sister living N n Cabinets
Call Thursday Between 1 and 5 P.M. days In Hungary. :

SENIORS TAKE TEST Rosary was sold Tuesday evening S Removable DOWN
AT 7.4242AT 7-4243 Stuart at 8 30 at the Yates Jensen Beach E
Forty seniors who plan to attend Chapel Funeral mass was Wed Speakers
the Indian River Junior College t ncsduy morning at 9:.30 at St. Joseph -I T ONLY
GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE took the placement test for coU Catholic Church' and burial Y All Speeds
lese entrance at school on Wednesday will be in All Saint Cemetery,,I o
i April 22 Jensen Beach, with Yates Funera All Size Records
Home in charge of
---- arrangements.RALPH

SALVA10RE COM: D P Speakers 27777Four

.OEED-) YOUR VOTE Ralph Salvatore Conn, seventy; / Turntable .
four, a resident i of :202! Lime' free 1..0" \ y
Drive. Hishiscus Park was pronounced _
dead, on arrival at Martin I r
r kJJOHN Memorial Hospital Monday W t ___
W.KELLER noon, April 20( He was a e
of Naples Italy, and had IIflcr'l DELUXE N&Y
resident here for the past N 22' Mower
years. He/ was a member of St. 19" Rotary
Joseph Catholic Church of Stuurl M ad.Me
He I Is survived by his wife, : ._ se H. a.
Lmella Cooti of Hisbiscus Park, 112o..nNOW .> .aw L..IM nl.Ikylaas.dl.
two daughters, Mrs Grace lanne .
J and Mrs Louis Andrews of South .a1 sate .
: FOR Ozone Park, N,Y.; two sons, .Ad.X4900 .
a George Conti of South Ozone Park
and Ralph Conti of St. Petersburg $ 9OO
Supervisor of Registration Funeral services and burial will 13777ONLY
be held in the north Johns Funeral tl DOWN tlM A WtntChnk N Wine et.na *wnl
Home is in charge of local a Mitle throttle Bt. awed whesla prot
(P.ld Pollllc.l Aev.rtl..st enntml en snap-en Imiwdie sent aealplnR. I6esr lust'
blade.Tempered steel .9 track dhcharg.a .


Mist Ro of 415. Osceola St..died at her

Better Service Always! home extended Tuesday;' illness., April She was 21, after a native an Thursday Friday Saturday Only

of had Mississippi been II resident County here, Ark for, and the I I I

past twelve years She was a member .
of the First Baptist Church of
She I Is survived by one sister, COCKTAIL TRAY
Mrs I..C.Stuart of Osceola. Street
In keeping with our continuous Funeral services: were held in
Johns Funeral Home Chapel Wednesday j SMOKER
April 22, at I II I am, withReverend
desire for better service to Forrest H Watkins, pastor I
our ,
Of First Baptist Church ofStuart 111 rrr ALL METAL!
officiating i Further services r
: :
and burial Will be; in Raleigh, Brass Plate
many customers we are now NC. Safety
t Grip Cigarette
open Mrs. Sophia Durr, seventy-five, '

of Stuart Martins, and Island Mobile Park Homes Long Park Is-, Save 50% on e, I I Beautiful Colors to

land, N. Y., died in the Bayview Choose From
Nursing Home at Island Park on Deluxe mat
April 9, after an extended illness car
She was a member of the Island NOW ONLY
Park Methodist Church. She i Is .full front Ml eovingtmerferfrtAie1
900 AM TO 3 PMDAILY survived by her husband Louis; a Heavy 48 Similar

son daughters, Fred,, of Mr Long. Philip Beach.Schratwies-N. Y,, a Choice elf cofan $2 Large 121/," Cocktail 00

., lo door
a On.pl e door 1
of Stuart
er Mrs.
Dorothea Tay supply I
lor of Occanaide, N. Y, Mrs. Alfred a'I.""guIlt p/ce ,Rmtd:::: Tray with Ash Holder
Watts of Massapequa N. Y.,
and Mrs. David McKmght of Oak-
dale Conn; and five grandchildren
WE CLOSE AT NOON ON SATURDAYAS Funeral services were held I in

Oceanside, N. Y. with Rev. John
USUAL Riebhoff. pastor of 1 Island Park
Methodist Church officiating YOUR CHOICE OF *
Burial was at Pinelawn Memor 100
sal Cemetery. Farmingdale, Long
Island, N. .

First Bank of Indiantown : .. Of..U"tHTI."ICI'I'.f01'lI IVTKITlni w0xu1.TEN STEREO OR HI-FIONLYl

win; 9 1TInl's a 1.M
stir x Im hereby elan l lint the

.__ INDIANTOWN :r tthapIre Coat s.d.r .'M: of pr.vl.tnna YIda I / ,
noRIDa AoU at (CCI.. will, t.I.t..r with! thCl.rk -
l of the Clrrvli f'''''rl In and
roe.IMI.r roust rinrM. upon
Tekpfco. 597.2111M or .proof of, of
t ?!"}' lh. ubaepattan
will, :
MS 1 knilor wMh I will' Pb: GOOD/YEAR SERVICE STORE
fade In kmtftufc having mx prlneipsl
plan of ku.lntM In Stuart,
Mails, County.:: k|"rld>; that Ihi
BEIt FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION t"M"anta.t rst.r.t.I:a.'th.ri mH.ra. .0'tale SI.srl n..Ika bu.ln..e," M 257 Osceola AT 7.4242 AT 74243 'StuartHIGH
w.551 ."h.1.1.n ." ..". 0.4.1
Pant herd'it.}: ., ta".Art, L



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loA TIlE STUART (TU. NEWS' Thursday, April 23, 1964 I
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( 1 April 30))
SAI1-FISU(: (Women's length division)-Mrs. Owic T.
Whicker Melbourne Beach, "Spray II," Capluiit ,
Ray Young ...... .... .............................................. 8 ft.
SAILFISH: (Men's length division) Dr. Robert L
Berger Shartlesville, Pa., "Cartune," Captain Louie
Uinn ..... ...............................:............................... S (t. I lilt. 1
AMBERJACK: Joe Cress! Stuart, "Doodles," Captain + i6J a ls
Frank Csongedi ........ '...................................' .. .. 62 lb.
ARCTIC BONITO: Arthur L. Rivers, Charleston, S. C., a"N'IIERE'S
"Gannett ii," Captain A. A. Whiticar .................. 19 Ib. 8 oz.
BARRACUDA: R. S. McGahee, Eau Gallic, "SkipperII.
." Captain L. Buck ............................................ 25 lb.
BLACK BASS: Carl J. Geyer, Columbus, Ohio ........ 9 lb. rr
BLACKFiN TUNA: Barbara S. Vlchman, Melbourne
Beach, "Hobo," Captain Jack Whiticar ...........?... 13 lb. 6 oz.

BLUEFISH: Monroe R. Schucbt, Lewiston, Pa. ........ 4 lb. 6 oz.

BONITO: Bruce Sullivan, Kimimmee, "Marybob III," THE little boy or girl who would like to take
Captain Bob Scrimshcr ........,..,................................ 18 lb. 3 oz. 8 me
home?" asks one of a number of puppies available for adoption'
CHANNEL BASS: E R. Loroff, Frecmont, Ohio ...... 21 lb. 8 oz. at the Animal Rescue Shelter on AIA across from the Fair.
COBIA: AI Wootlington, Orlando, "Cartune," Captain Grounds.
Louie Lunn .................,................ ....... ................ 34 ll>. 8oz.
DOLPHIN: Earl Burbank, Omaha, Neb., "Spray 11,"
Capt. Ray Young .................... ............................. 25 lb. + Two mastodon tusks, believed I Fort Lauren was the onlv lort
w J 4 k buried for 150,000() ) ) years near a erected in Ohio during the American I
GROUPER: Genevieve Schneider, Port Salerno, "Big* ( ra" creek in Elsah, 111., were discovered I Revolution. It I is near iiolj.
Day," Caipain Locke ...................... ..................... 55 lb. recently. var, Ohio. .
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JACK CREVALLE: C. E Schaefflcr, South Hampton, .
N.Y., "Fran L," Captain Pete Robertson ............ 31 lb. ; ; ', ell
KING MACKEREL: O. S. Wood Ann Arbor, Mich., r :t..rt {" :' :iiL 1ft ..
"Fran E," Captain Dave Strain ............................ ,Jf9 lb. 8 oe.: t.w-)" ': J.." < ",; \\,0, ROOSTERS
LADYFISH: Mrs. Eloise Maybury, Mount Airy, N.C. 3 lb. 1 oz.
MANGROVE SNAPPER: A. M. Newbold, Stuart... 3 lb. F" .... .. REMEMBER!
POMPANO: Harry Miller, Jensen Beach .. ...........? 6 lb. 6 oz. ..,it :> ; *", t',< ** i"feA. ; .
RED SNAPPER: Dick Fisher, Springville, N.Y., ri
"Big Day," Capt. Locke .......I.............................. :25 lb. \1. MOTHER'SDAY
SEA TROUT: Charles Hcndricks, Stuart .................... 12 lb. : :( ) J o srz

'SHEEPSHEAD: Hugh/ E Sheppard, Stuart ................ 9 lb. 13 oz t ,,

SNOOK: Amanda Kindig, Osceolu, Ind. .................... 31 lb. 8 oz. f
SPANISH MACKEREL: Deryl R. Fidler, Orlando, ar itSL ; MAY 10TH
"Cartune." Captain, Louie Lunn .. ..................... 7 lb. 8 oz. llu
SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz, Pahokco ............ 2 lb.

WAHOO: Paul A. Walker, Hobe Sound .................... 85 lb.

TRIPLETAIL:; John McDaniel, Belmar, N.J .. ......... 18 lb. 12 oz. FEATURING Sportswear FOR

TARPON: George Hopkins, Stuart ... .. ......... 16 Ib. 8 oz. t e
The earliest Canadian shipyard Refrigerator cars are used in
I is believed to have been started I I winter months to transport commodities
on the St. Charles River near that might/ be damaged 5
Quebec in 1732. by freezing:
4,, Ace Hours fire 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tequesta Dr., Tequesta' Fla.
t. I

4 II: 746.3433 Mary and Dick Russell ; I

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i iJ( machine: that can dig a fire I I lilt the lame time cast dirt on the I STS Annual Career Day
awwaurroa.. :ra.a i..+ I lane through a burning forest and i I fire has been tested! successfully
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J'1 What The Voters Should Know About The "ED. MILLER STORY" !MRS E. A. WASIIIMilO.N r speaker for the:: first general svssion. -
His address proved! to be a
The Stuart Training Career Conference 3
under Thursday challenge to students to explorenew I r
: l\tr.l\1i11cr, in a political advertisement in the Stuart News last week saw fit morning,got April 16, way with a movie, was frontiers a dynamic Dr.one Porter's and will address be
,' : to inject himself into my campaign for re-nomination as County Commissioner for Dis. shown by Robert L. West, Smart I long remembered by the students
: trict Three. All for a lofty purpose to be sure. postmaster, after which Pat Sullivan him.who hud! the pleasure of bearing I
of the Gem Craft Shop
: I have no intention of engaging in a dialogue with Mr. Miller, but the voters are a lecture on jewelry and gems save During the second session a brief
"Our Future-New Fronticn," sketch of opportunities at the following -
: entitled to know the truth.
". was the theme for the conference, colleges was given: FloridaMemorial .
: First of all, any man in public office, who is working at his job, will sometimes which was sponsored by the New 1 Bethune-Cookman College Mrs L. College W. B.vp
: make decisions that do not please In fact he make that later proved Homemakers of America and the Pettway, ; "
everyone. might one Guidance Department, with Mrs. Carver Portlock; Lincoln Junior J /
to be wrong. E. A. Washington and Walter E. College, L. C. Floyd; Volusia
Oden County College, J. G. Greene;
But, in the cases cited by Mr. Miller let's look at the record. It is available up at as students cosponsors.The of Stuart Training Florida A. & M. University, Mrs.
Gloria T. Carter; St. Paula College
.' the Court house School and Lincoln Park Acad- Mrs. E. A. Washington, and
The Rio rezoning he talks about was approved by a majority vote of the Com emy the ,following Fort Pierce consultants, explored: WillieJ. with Clark mons. College, Miss J. D. Sim- 1

mission and is in effect. The tanks in Golden Williams business; T. J. Cunningham ISABEL EVANSSUPERVISOR
gas storage are Gate. } law; D. A. Julius, bar- Jake Miller, a former instructor
; His statement about the proposed dump, west of Hibiscus Park is an outright bering and cosmetology! ; Jake /Miller and give career an evaluation sponsor, was of on the handto conference !
and James ,
distortion of the facts. This property, which incidentally is over a mile away, was offer. Dr. G. D. Gaines Floyd, Dr. education James M.; ,"which he labeled "a great OF REGISTRATIONMay

ed to the County for that purpose. / was the one who made the motion that it be rejected.If R.N.Young, health and and Miss medical Sandra service Hern, success Career Day ended! with a tour 5, 1964 Democratic Primary
Mr. Miller's memory is no better than that perhaps he should keep a diary. Or he Beany Backus, art. Mrs. Rose Bak-; of Elliott Museum -- -- -- I Paid Political! Adv.rtlmm.nt)
could consult the record at the Court House. er, music. ; Sister Mary Jerome
S.S.J. Sister Lenore. O.S.P., Sis
: Secondly, his "Ed Miller Story" is as phony as a three dollar bill. ter Clementine O.S.P., and Miss/ ANNOUNCING THENICKERSON

The Plain truth is that what is actuating Mr. Miller is the fact that he has not Ethelene, and Samplcy.Mr. and church Mrs. Griffin vocations j

: been able to dominate the County Commission But he would like to. Green, trade service
Dr. Gilbert L. Porter executive
a He forgot to tell you (or didn't he) that he has been beating the bushes since last secretary of the Florida State IRAND IPENINSOF
find Teachers Association was the guest
to someone to run against me.

He might also have told you that he has contributed substantially to my principal STATE: AMAIHR:
; opponent's campaign fund. 1 have no doubt he is willing to contribute more to try STARTS MAY 7 AT
him nominated. PORT ST. LUC'IE
; to get
More than half ot the field of
:. If 1\lr.l\li11er wants to spend more money to tout his protege it would be more I 400 player entered last week
helpful to the voters if he would tell them something about the qualifications of this man., Amateur for the forty-seventh Golf Championship annual State, to PAINTING CO.

What docs his record show that would indicate he would be anything more than be played May 7-10 at Port St.

a "Patsy" for Mr. Miller. What is his civic record in his own community? Lucie The Hotel state's and top Country amateur Club.tournament 248 OSCEOLA AVENUE

The "public spirited" 1\lr.l\1i1Jer says he is trying to awaken the voters. I wasn't sponsored! b\ Florida State
aware they were asleep. They could be half asleep and still be wise to 1\lr.1\liller. Golf clubs Association is!Florida's! oldest and its continuous member

During my term of office I have done my best to further the over all interests of sports 1914 at event Rocky; It Point was first Golf played'Club :in In Worth Quality PaintsOPENING

the people of this County. Tampa. Deadline for entries for
this year's hole medal
: It will be up to the voters to decide whether I deserve re-nomination on my play tournament is May I.

:: record. I and a lot of other people believe I do. Prince province Edward/ of Island Canada, the smallest was- SPECIAL

o That is why I ask for your support on Primary Day, May 5th. named Duke of for Kent Prince and father Edward of,Queen the ON ALL PAINTS 1 0&

:: In the meantime I think we all owe 1\lr.l\liller a vote of thanks for making his Victoria. Until 1798 it had been

'-i 1 :. objectives so clear. / don't think the voters u'ill/all for it. known-as-Isle -Saint Jean.--- -- THURS.FRI.SAT. i

Complete Line of
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UIIl'Ida, April 23. 1964 5-4
; News for Veterans .

I I G.O.P. Rally Set i

I Issued by Keller I 4 r I
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M. T Dixon: Director el the schooling with the VA (the first time the Republican
paying an
Florida Deportment of Veterans' .; party will have competing cant
allowance up to $110.00 per month I
didatcs for state-wide '
Affairs announced that a primary
ipproxi! lor each month they are in school. a
mately 12,000 to 15.01111( ) young !( They will also be given vocational i election The candidate for govern.!
men and women applied for trim I counseling prior to entering upon 01 will be selected on May 5. The
'andidates for national *
cotnmiceman -
ing in the nation's
colleges and
their course to help them select ttI'
schools this last fall under E ( and national committee
the both and
a goal adequate prepara
roman will selected on May 26,
seven'year-old war orphan edu lor classes
cation twill the delegate candidates for
program Dixon solicits Inquiries about the pledged or unpledged Gold
Since the program wjs launched this through the local Veteran inter date at the Republican Non.-
in 1956 about 56.(XX) hate .
entered County Service Officer or at his Convention In San Fran
(raining. Thia coming year. the headquurli olficc, P.O. Box 1437, :seo in July
I average monthly enrollment i is ex. Si t. Petersburg
posted to be 17000. I Most I ot the leading candidate
will be I m Stuart on Saturday for
t The education lor the ,
program ,
; and AI'I'U'ATlO FOR AI.LA'E COOK, assigned to reception at the community room
sons daughters of veterans
in the First National Bank, 11.
! whose deaths I \RKI\CE LICENSES office
were from disabilities Stuart from the Auburndale
am to 2 1',01 and at a dinner at
or illnesses incurred in active serv Ronald Henry Petkus to Shir. where he recently completed the Iradcwind Restaurant at 7
ice. The eligible children generally. Icy May Bond, both of West a nx.month training pro v p m I hose desiring reservations
must be from eighteen to twenix Palm Beach gram with People'a Loan I is the may Loll A-I 7.1469. AT 7-082X
three years of age. They arc called I I James Andrew LawrenceVest new assistant manager at the ; or AT 7 'bWAnnual

orphans: 1 be even alive though, 1 hey one may parent murr>t Palm Beach, to Dorothy 80)Iboll.I Peoples Loan Co.. 614 Colorado .t --

without losing eligibility. Also. the I North Palm Beach Ave., Manager Jack Hampton I
Peter Januse mar Hobe Sound ,
present marital status of the announced I Meeting
surviving .
t to Emily Inglis D'Oench, Salisbury
parent docs affect _
their Conn a ad I
eligibility. I r
Jack Alfred Raymond to Car Martin County rose bushes in 1 v Of Red CrossThe
All applicants must hive com )1 men Joyce Hinson, both of West commercial production yield from
pleted courses, or have been u i student Pulm Beach.
in to to four crops of roses! each i iM annual membership meeting
a regular high school They Louis Mazzarella to Marie E.
of the Martin
year. Chapter,
may pursue a college education County
or Fagnant both of Vero Beach
American Red Cross. will be held
take vocational
courses leading to Aaron Horne Marie
a future field of employment. Washington both to of Ruby Fort Pierce. Gouda the Netherlands municipality ,,a' \ at 8 house pm, .on Last April 2K at the chap.
ter Fifth
t Street.
Children who enter upon this I Roscoe Conklin White III, Fort famous for a special type of ............... .- -. .. ,, -....--a tit" A ,
educational program may receive Pierce. to LI beth Ann Meyers, cheese! received f its municipal Reports of the various volunr
a* much as thirty-six months of Stuart. charter in the thirteenth century ENTERT AI\I'G: VIM I INC un I OR-Ralph and Prances Lang- miring the view across the artificial lake on the Fvinrude estate leer services will be given by the
ford Evmruili l entertained at a coeklul party Frlduy evening at are left to right.: Wolf g ing C Repke, State Department Interpreter different chairmen and officers of
their Polynesian Hut to weleome Hans Schnult, editor of KoelncrStadianzciger traveling with Schmitz: Mrs Cvmrudc. Cvinrude, SehmiU, Mrs the chapter will be elected R tfrcshmenti
the largest newspaper Cologne!! Germ my. Ad. Crarv, and Evans Crary Sr will be served T h It
meeting j is open to the public and

II German Editor Dined Toured and Fished everyone 1OM -AM is J invited UH'lSh-KIKBYHUP

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A German editor and hia inter Wolfgang Rep e. were honored and Re|'ke toured The Stuart! News "1'ran-L" Saturday afternoon and Thomas R. Kirby Garden City1
ELECT pret-r assigned by the Stale Department guests. at an Informal it nncr April plant then were taken on a tour ] was guest t of honor at a press "up S, C., is a subscriber to The Stuart ..
Ad .f r were dined and tt'lIred"for 17 it Mr. and Mrs Ralph) Evui- of flower farms and ranches by per ai the Outrigger that night News undo with his wife Lou
two days in Martin County before rude:'i Polynesian Hut Richard lluplil and fourteen.year. isc.(mends to make this his homeat
.., ,i ,_ they left on an extended Also I Mr and old daughter' I I George Oliver I the last of the year. Of course,
attending were
k Mrs Ciludlellir of Milwaukee showed I them; St.lcll; i I'urk horse MUMtlPIL COURT the more attractive our area, can
tourHans SchmiU of Cologne Germany and Lloyd Sarasota Richard Cole training center I and Wcstbury become by then, the better .
LEWIS I deputy chief editor of Colognes m.inne architect; of Miami who a ranches and citrus groves I In .t> relatively quiet night in He wrote the U. S. I Beautifies
Koel Municipal Court Tuesday Judge tints Committee: "I see by The Sti*- I
leading newspaper designed the tvmrikle boat; Mr. At noon they wire luncheon
Harr F.
Dyer Imposed| live fines, art News that need help Sme-e
and you
ner Siadtanzciger interpreter.MAR"'I' and Mrs Evans Crary Sr. Wilh Casts' of Mr and Mrs. Theodore four I"'r traflie offenses and one my shovel handle Is I not 1 long
$ r m F Crary. Emile Ciruppe. Mrs Jensen Bcaeh Lea for disturbing the pence: continuedtwo enough to reach from here to Stuart
sf Anne Langford Mrs. Zola Swarth- cricvcr was born in and
cases one caw: of to do nome digging please accept
out and Mr and Mrs Nick Penning was a noted chef in that city. (trespass; estreated one bond! in a thin check (for $10)) and puta I
f (BUDDY) SehmiU caught his first lish. a (traffic case; and deferred sentence mined of in for me and
Births-Mr. and Mrs. Martmo On Saturday morning Sehmitz: large Jack crevalle from the In ono case of public Intoxication. Louise. .pass
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April I I -Admittd. Evelyn
I "" Powell Floyd Howell fctla Bauer,
Hazel Forsberg and Thomas Smith:
.4 .., \ Ji. ; PRESTON discharged! Mrs. Guy Cromwelland
I ; ; baby girl Betty I Nickle Hen TWO FOR ONE.SALE
nctu Cummings, Sidney Horton,
kvkV and Sammio Lee Junpson. .
,. \, April 15-Admitccl. Leon a "
1 (',,', FOR Chambers Tom Wyatt, Alfred .;
V It: :J.I "AS >> Rastrclli. Andrew Miller, Alma '
.... Y r .' 1 Randall Hilda Campbell, and
1.\ Ronald I Pentiums; discharged! CEIL CHAPMAN
4 .'<1.:_.., 'h"' Clyde Royer Raymond Darling :
Frank Simmons, Harold Hollm. t
Florence Combs, Faith Tressler, ,.
Martha Momm, and Imogene '
April 16-Admitted. Minnie f I
Pearl White, Louise Jackson Dan I,
MARTIN COUNTY ny Shuw and Vivian Andrews;
discharged, Mrs Robert Durgis
and baby girl, Marion Robinson, ALIX of MIAMI
John Elliott, Lleanor Kendall and

I A VOTE FOR ME IS A VOTE FOR: loin Wyatt. '
April 17-Admitted. Cva I kslrom -
Myrtle Arnut Viola Holland -

Fair Play in Government. Simmons. Eloise; discharged Davey and Louise Frances Ca-

0 Better Zoning practices H>hianco Smith. Thomas Smith and Raymond Complete Clearance

A Road Improvement Program throughout the April 18-Admitted. Norna St
Louis Alice Hoke and Sue Tale;
county. discharged! Ronald I Pcndarvis,

0 More Recreational Facilities for young people. Montgomery, Danny Shaw Trimmer, Frances Jack Curry Simmons Cocktail Frocks

Improved Beach facilities at South end of County. and Eloise Davcy. : \ ..
April 19-Admitted, Mrs Mar
0 A park beautification project. I mo Canalci and buby boy, and Casual I;
Clyde Royer; discharged! Harm
0 Honesty, Integrity:Loyalty and Sincerity. Sma nt, Pearl Runyon Floyd How-

Irews ell Etta Bauer and Vivian An- KnitwearDue

ELECT A COMMISSIONER FOR ALL THE PEOPLE Young April Mary 20-Admitted Jane Brown. Nancy Ray .

mond Simmons, Cortez Maxwell, .5
John Bell, Claude Young Ray to the gratifying growth of our own custom depart.

Tucker Leveta Wright and Richmond inent, we arc discontinuing several nationally known '

i ELECT LEWIS (BUDDY) PRESTON Jackson Ra/ttrelli Lee, Charles; discharged Boxwcll and Louise Alfred rya brands demand, reorganizing for our shop so as to better answer the '

( raid political Adv.rtli.ro.nl> Few nations are more densely .I.IiI i.

populated than Haiti *>>tf"*?

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6-A Tim STU VRT Ha.(( ) NEW Tliuwday. April 23. 1964Here ( Kiwanis Club Homers
Grand Slam 2 Other
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I Is Pony League Schedule Hears Little Mark Junior League OpenersThree

Clip It for Future Reference'Seven The regular" weekly meeting of home runs, one a grand H. R. Gasss homer with two
the Kiwanis Club of
was d slam, marked the opening of the aboard
(teams make up the Mar ard: June 6: Trl-Southern at Palm held Thursday at the Town, House 16.Restaurant r :1964 season of Martin County: Juni Civilans "* \
tin County Pony League this year.. City, Tom Daly' at Jensen Llons| on April ? lor Baseball League at Sailfish Park Elks 4 \ 1
They are: Flower Growers, Ideal Juno 9: Jensen Lions at Trl I.South John Little, district supervisor r J Monday evening,
Sports Shop, Jensen' Beach Lions, ern; June II: Tom Daly at Paula for distribution and maintenanceof Wilks belled the grand Walton and Rhoda cooper
Palm City, Paula Standard Sta- Standard: June 13: Tom Daly at the Florida Power and Light '11Ir7or Kiwanis against HobcSound Gas and Wood, Kirk

lion. Tom Daly Realty and Trl- Palm City, Ideal at Flower Grow. Company, gave an Interesting presentation ON \I 1JA WtStYM.eN but unfortunately it wasn'tenough
Southern ers, June 16: Flower Growers at on what had been accompllshed t11LOtt n1 N c t as his side dropped a
"The forty-two game schedule Tri-Southern: June 18: Trl.South to date with regardto f I 10-8 decision to Hobo Sound, for
follows: ern at Tom Daly; June 20: Paul ilectrlc service l to residents of whom Schneider homered with two
Standard at Palm City: Jensen" Lions Martin County; what was ached. on.
1964 PONY LEAGUE uled for the remainder
of 1964
at Ideal, ;
10 8
May 5: Flower SCHEDULE:Growers at Idea;1 June 23: Flower Growers at and the plant for 1965, Will Kiwanis Kobe Sound. 823
25 Ideal The Jill Mosley Present
Jensen Lions: June : at program concluded with a Trophy
May 7: Jensen" Lions at Palm City; Palm City: June 27: Paul Stand, demonstration of two new pieces Berkheimer, Talley and Tilton.,
9 Paul Standard at Tom Berkheimcr Woks and Timmer.man.
May : :
ard at Trl-Southern, Tom Daly at of movable equipment specifically
Oily I Tn-Southcrn at Flower Flower Growers: June 30: Trl designed for providing better servIce i
Growers, May 12: Ideal at Jensen In the other game Monday, Elks
2 JensenLions for
Southern at Ideal July : our area
14 Tom at Tri : In 'Firecracker 400'EventAt 4-2 Civitans!, aided by
Lions'; May : Daly 7 The won over
at Paula Standard; July : guest speaker for the April
Southern: May 16; Palm City atPaula Palm City at Tom Daly, July 9: 23 meeting Is Timer Powers from ---.-
Standard Jensen ions at Paul Standard at Flower Growers Indiantown, a candidate for county
flower Growers; May 19: Palm July II: Tom Daly I at Ideal, commissioner Daytona Speedway July 4Jill Delbert Crumm
City at Ideal; May 21 I: FlowerGrowers Trl-Southcrn at Jensen Lion;: July

at Tom :Daly; May 23: 14: Flower Growers at Palm City, Moslcy, beautiful daughter/ of Zack Moslcy, creator of one of
Paula I Standard Jensen Lions, l : :: Lose
t Trl Southern Tigers 3.2 America and Won Point
Ideal at' Trl-Southern May 26 Tri July 16: Palm City at ; most 1 popular enduring comic strips, Smilin Jack" will High
: :
: July 18: Jensen" Ions at Tom present the trophy to the winner of the "Firecracker 400" at Daytona
28 Southern: Palm at City Paula at Jensen Standard Lions: May: Daly, and Ideal at Pauls Stand. Play Tournament International Speedway on July 4, Trophy of Year

May 30: Palm City at Flower ard Jill, a seventeen-year-old, blue-eyed, strawberry blonde and a
Growers, Ideal at Tom June One-half a million of the known at high school Is the true '
: I Game Junior/ Twisters
Thursday ACCUS This Members of the Tale
2: Paul Standard at Idea!: June organic chemicals are producedfrom of the "Jill" whoIs meant that qualified 9 their final rodeoof
4: Flower Growers at Paul Stand oil, a romantic young girl now appearing drivers art eligible, regard- Saddle Club held ,
A run In the ,top of the seventh in the auto racing sequence leis of affiliation, and paves the the season recently Indiantown at the Road JackJames CHUCK JOHNSON JR. is the
gave Dan' McCnrty Eagles/ of Fort in her father'i comic strip way for another meeting between Ranch on new summer pro at Port St
here a 3.2 victory over Martin One of Jill's hobbles, along with such NASCAR greats as Fred High point trophy of the year Lucie/ He is the son of the win.
GOLFr County Tigers In a conference fishing, swimming, flying and Loren/en. Fireball Roberts, Mar. went to Delbert Crumm of the ter pro, and was formerly as
game here on Friday dancing, is watching stock and vln Panch, Richard Petty and adult group and to Melinda Penney sistant pro at Gary, InJ
r The Tigers' are at West Holly I sports car racing Paul Goldsmith, and such USAC of the junior group.
New Martin County Golf & Country Club wood on Thursday: April 23, In an The "Firecracker 400' has a 10 standouts as Parnelli! Jones, A. J. I The Delbert Crumm award was
effort to beat Chamlnado In the a.m. starting time to enable racing Foyt, Bobby Manhman and Jim MOSLEM i won by John Stomski Jr. Highpoints Board ApprovedLow
ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD <- Turn rlKM Just before crowing First round of the Class A, Group fans to have the better part of the McElreath, JILL for the day went to Stomski
New Bridge to Beach 8, tournament The winner plays day to enjoy the sun and surf of With f the Fords, Plymouths nor of the "Firecracker," a 160- I and to Pat Tucker The same two
dost to Mgr, Edward Pace High of the/ beach, the Miss Dixie Beauty Dodges and Mercurys showing lap battle over the 2,5-mile Speed won trophy of the day as winners Offers on
COMPLETE Greens Fee Miami on Friday, April 24 Pageant, greyhound racing jai new and tremendous speeds this way, will have to average 165 miles of the hairpin race.

18-HOLE COURSE $3.50 alai", water pageants, and street year"experts believe that the win. per hour, There were eight events for both Supplies List
Meat consumption in Argentina dancing, I adults and juniors,
FLECTRIC CARTS $6.00 for 18 Holes-$400 for 9 holes average 267 pound per person The "Firecracker" is a full international .
per year. sanctioned by FIA- 1963 Progress Report in I Ir KIWANIS nUB SPONSORS Paper towels, straws, napkins,
t'' ----- GOLF TOURNEY APRIL 25 and toilet tissue were purchased!

MEMBERSHIP: ,- 25, t the I by the Martin County Board of
On Saturday, April
r Agriculture ConservationMartin
INITIATION FEE WHITICARBOAT Club of Stuart is sponsoring Education at its special meeting
SINGLE MFMBFRSIIIP ..... .._ ...... 8000 Kiwanis eighteen.hole golf tournament Monday night
DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP .. n ..... 10000 WORKS County's farmers and largement of open drainage sys an for men This tournamentis The board will purchase paper
10 PLAY BOOKS .... 30.00 ranchers continued to make pro. tems to dispose, of excess water on limited to 164 .players and will towels from Cheney Brothers, West
20 PLAY BOOKS ... 55.00 Writ Lake Off Indian Anemic, Port SewaO gross during 1963 in the develop 952 acres of farm and ranch land; be held at The Jupiter Island Club, Palm Beach, for $2,78 per case
30 PLAY BOOKS .. 75.00 .. MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS ment' and conservation of the county and ((5))) the establishment of 334 Hobe Sound, Tickets will be $5 From the Fort Pierce Chemical
CHRYSLERAMERICA'S s vital natural resources! The acres of temporary summer and each, with proceeds to be used' for Company of Miami Beach, it will
DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF SHOP Agricultural Conservation Program winter cover crops for improving youth activities purchase straws at $930 a case;
MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS NO. 1 MARINE ENCINV I as in past years!, played an the soil and protecting farmland All ] must have advance napkins at $5 a case, and toilet
Rural Root No. 1, Stuart, Florida Dial Atlantic '.24" I important part In the conservation from erosion, players time which can be obtained issue! at $665 per care,
BEN HARTIG PHONE BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE accomplishments made during i the starting Bids called for all
were on
I Six farms and ranches in the i by calling 287-0660 or writ
PRO MANACF1 287. 2274 Agent for AI Pflueger, Inc, TaxidermistT year, Thirty nine farmers and county carried out conservation mg Kiwanis, P O Drawer 85, Items. The board accepted the low.
H [ ranchers the 1963 in the county participatedin practices under the 1963 ACP that I Stuart. Tee-off time will begin at est bids,
-- ACP and
completed had not In the tee-off being at
the lust
approved soil, water, woodland and participated program 10 am,
wildlife conservation during the three previous years 2:30: p.m.
T The Agricultural Conservation practices Cost shares earned by the participating Refreshments will be served at BOAT
farmers and ranchers in several locations on course
Program' administered the
WHITEWAIISWith county by the farmer-elected.in ASC the county This in 1963 totaled $27,- York STORAGEWhile
21800 cost-share
committee S. D, Zant,county of. assistanceis At World s Fair
rice manager for (the committee, made as an investment in the ((1964 J -65)). the Florida state exhibit You're
public interest to help insure the Away
will have the first live
released a report on the conservation : -
TUFSYN and 3T accomplishments: made under wise use and adequate protectionof show ever achieved at any HurricaneBuilding
our vital natural ACP
Nylon resources international exposition
the 1963 ACP, The government ,
assistance is limited to conserve
t I shares a part of the cost of carrying lion measures which farmers and I Research findings suggesting _t
out the needed conservation ranchers normally would not be mechanism by which viruses might Dry
work less than 50) cent inmost
per I
I able to curry out to the extent cause cancer and birth defects Reasonable
cases" and the farmers and
necessary if they had to bear the were reported at a scientific meet
ranchers themselves bear the
major I whole cost themselves, Zant said ing recently Rates
portion of the cent Their contribution -
included labor, equipmentand Courteous

Some materials Of the major conservation EEL SKINSLOWEST Service
Fits elder modal of Feed, III Alb models N Dodgs, IuloR, practices completed under the 1963 Reserve Space Now
Plymouth, Chevrolet, Dads, Hudson, Mercury, Nash, Olds. In
ACP the I
county were: (1)) the
Studebaker, Mercury, Fontlae, Pit model of Chevy II, Comet
mobile, pontiao and StudbKr. *- COMPLETE: BOAT REPAIR1'IBERGLASSING
establishment of 670 of
Hudson, Kaiser and Rambler. and Falcon. acres PRICESJIM'S
permanent vegetative cover for soil
protection! as a needed land-
$ 69 '75 '75 I use adjustment, ((2)) the application BAIT ,& TACKLE BAILEYBoat
13 ot 2,585 tons of liming materials
on 2,394 acres of farmland to per. A1A & OLD DIXIE j
mit the use of legumes and grasses CompanyJENSEN
f for soil improvement and
670xlSTubelest All Weather 000113 tubelesi Nylon All 710x IS tub typ Nylon All- tion ,
((3) the improvement of 936
'42', plus tax and old tire. Weather, plus tax and old tire. Weather, plan tax and old tire.I acres; of) established vegetative BEACH AT 7 0936 .it

I cover for soil or watershed protection -- -- -

; ((4)) the construction or en-


Senior Course in t dF"

Life Saving Set

Jack Smouse, Martin County
Red Cross water safety Instructor, ,
announced that there will be a Sen II' la IIi
for lifesaving course given at
Sunrise Inn during the month of i I '
Ills Chrysler,Chevrolet,Dodge, tffa
Plymouth Edsl, Ambassador, Fit* models of Cdl, DoSoto. Fit model of Delete, Chiyolr May, '
Pontiac, Mercury, Oldsmobllo, Chrysler, Fontlio, Mercury and Oldsmobile, Reich, and This course will be held two A new to
Thunderbird, DoSoto, Packard Oldimobllo, Nolur nights a week Seniors going to way help

camp and wishing to have more

$2O45800x14 $2220 $2565 any invited information interested to take about adults the water course Applicants safety, as, are are pay for the Boat

should contact the Red Cross office ,

tubeless Nylon All8.50x14 tubeless! Nylon All-! 760x15 tube-type Safety Ad- phone AT 7.2002, you and the family
Weather, plus tax and old tiro. Weather,plua tax and old .. Weather, plus tax and old tin R
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Captain Francis A. 1 hat else Rc..5", h. pahnh"Aerrordnr \ m.. .. ... --- -- -- --- TIIT STI; \RT (morldalI : ) 'TW Tliursd.iy. April 21 .1964 7AMiruK
Adams in I I. :" tl u" KHTI..toWIoJ'r: e" shits515'511: "" .HII./o: ": I...UI.. \ll\l.H'I'I"HMt:'M .
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21' OaDmn of I nerd lit <',,"nl,,. ..r rt 111.11 tic: ,"".. 5nr1111 (II..' HI HI.II MKtMIMi- .
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41. 1111 t'r/\ : wxT Patriotic Talk to D.A.R. SOT'R: 'I. 'h' ,'''''' ,,''''II 11.11'' ,he Mini.. i:: ?' i"? ,?.1"I Rlirn 'iiiii' ties -- .--- -- -.-
Hoard uf tolnu, '; ninl.nl" ',. ofMartin 7 ,'...
i'' lannlnc I and I "iillm iiiinl.ilc' >OT1 PI nlTO 11 HHHIUIV "
BE: IT lUBJOLVBtt/ By the BowjJnf IY11pTHT' "'tiRC&: CounlKl 1n rldn Kill on, of Martin (' unlHoiMa. will conduct N'I I roM"'T Mn, .' hllNm TO WlfOM IIT MAY:";Y>iiaAni.iu N"H\
P nuntr CnmmlMloiier: of .. to Bnrd* o--o."*** duct public: I .hcarlnu at the hour a publu h (ih" hour NOTK'H\ I In h..bv that the MOTH hereby
Mrs I George Jonct and Miu the giant i share of manpower lln County. Florid*, last the per.inni mml..loIIO" of 1,10 AM, or M awn thereafter of Tee: PM. in hiss.u"\: .\ at the l'l..nnllllll .nod Z..nl"lI"1 '.....nml..lonor Hoard of County la given that nay
.,Lindsay were hostesses' equipment and named hrlpM and! they apor.by a tit. tier may hr hoar I, on Martin ('.lumv ('.urlli".... In 8IM- Mai lln ,i'"nnu "Ini9dn will con Martin Commy: rtorTda""wm; : : : *'"- :
the -
IM ut epMse he stated appoint' Inane, tor* and 87 Wlldo '".by, Poe !M e, 1 /I at tie Martin ('ounlj' ..i1melds, to ciinMdrr Ihcmatter. duel a public I bra,h" al pnlillc I hearlnv th nudism .
( Nur
pI il meeting of Hdlputiokce C hip Other nations. ooMpwuoutly the Clerk II I pl tar"to ...In!"mats In tit County,.at f"WInn ;;lhMartin '> (Commtaalanerr' .0 ','ii 0'i C,. 5alter IN Stuart. ,..rIO'1 I "to or Inn aonlnr leeoilbed chaniw property of 'Ihi' Pillow. of Martin ISO: County PM t on Cmlrthou.e May II, 1,( r..N In Din-: ol I II a ,V..ii0'/ a* noon a Ihar.* ."i. r

I hl r OAR last Thursday night t. Of.tiers U.S.S.R. dwmutU Mr maximum l 1'0 ony_ Primary Htectlonry Pub: Aprir'58, i Ira:,;,_ l'h n the ,..l1n'I"1I" denrtlbodUMith : I art, Florida. to cnelder; .I matternf : If May the J.. matter Idol al I may the Martin b* litard,<' ;uiu\en, '
right. ., privilege and immunities for 1'/. aq/ a Election lo1MI rn Y: onth on..h.I' if To-.I 4 and aitnln. ncona"M'.f 'ill. fnltuw. Cnurtho In Ntuoet Ftaridn,,, I tll
f for the coming year were in. h. h.tl on Ma' 6th. : the i>nla| all if Tin' ii 'an d l i. HI"H'H 1M.All leacllbed, ( '
in the U.N., Y. shirk with impunity I l. hr u tll .1 00 o..k. A.M sad SCIEJb &UU II CLUB .on .fTract I and It, Unl. \\I.: Farm.. Inc prupeis'Lot angaidnr I oh.'f :r"'I of a n n,l\nyehenm.o '
i.Ihd! They were: regent Mrs I or completely ignore their rtus. ,:.t ,'ctack P.M. ..Id l'rI- B.NQUITIl!: : ) \Y S a : \tS: ml f Block I/, l.. Oomet. Irani Wait iif dsn" lhd.
b. h.\d it l Form.rtl Inurwud properly: ,
Homlar first mar. ) .1..lIfI" lOt ik Harvey ; vice regent obligations Hi JMVC as examplesour ...,..rl, pollInK plarra. d..I..n..dhl'r..ln. The Science and Math Club of tot t1and Lot II. OnlO" OranL Weal ot
Mrs D P. De Derry; second! vicei participation in war in Asia: io'n'It Martin County !Senior High is tre Invited iird.aril, |I"| ) lilt*"*'.d pnrilHi ar. Invited the In"l.n lilv..r.
h.: A .
i, cent Mrs. lame E Brock; re I our position in Berlin: and our Bit!: IT Fl'RTHIIR nlllflOL'\"lm holding its annual banquet at Stuart .ragn"T Dr l'.111 I ... M1NINtt 10 q 'nd be based ItlSI. All lntrtd InMlodto
irdmg< secretary Mn James Gar. frustration in Cuba and saidAmerica :that: Clerk' and Inafectore: andPolllnu Woman Club on Monday. api )II NII'fTtPrll.\: .attend and .be partly h.aM are
I'lace for said Rlectlnn I p 5g I1R..IO.. '
ar ] r
'INil ANn" *()MSH/
corresponding secretary) Mrs shakes a finger at its l..rhdeallinnlid a* folio..: April 27, at 7 p.m. K A. WAPtl. a man I .u..N Iwlid' ,'rt'4NI7ltr'T\ ![ pNfiAltht'!

R I Taylor; treasurer. Mrs, P. L. foes nowadays, but not a clenched A TlfAjflM .I'll: :IIIRI"Nt.lUI1I. 'S e* C<>MMIMIIONRIl*
Slielman: registrar Mrs. TheodoreHuf fist. Si u let men. scholars. the clergy I PIll t'INCT NO I-lPJN'JQ.f. BEACHPolllnir : CITY MEFIIVGThe : If.t I 1 arile. 1511. Put April I, (IHI IS NHTT.li.l Oecrelary t'hnlnncn I IAt'1Ii \:v nuflk('h.lrm.nlIMT.t ACIIA,

: chaplain| Miss I ilium Fume; the press! and people in general .Mac JHUtMBN- BKCHCOMMI next regular meeting 0 fStuart' OllJlNIII'M''. Pernterr. I (\

hl'kvian, Mrs E H. Coutant; Ii. shrug iu every encroachment upon from T:M NITV A.M. 1115its PMMra aerMnn. i City' Comnuuion will !beheld Franca has received more than Ferry service between Manhattan ail.".: AIIII 1e IUII 1 Pub., April 11, .IsHausa ..

briraian, Miss Miry I Lindsay and our freedom and sav.m-cffect PlaJre M N.... Clerk. I' it City Hall on Monday, April S9.000OOO.OOO) () in foreign aid from I and Brookl, was ilistonlm- I Or. Joseph[Lovcll:the nations In Washington, I D. C. In

r irliamentan, in. Mrs Ernest FI nothing is worth fighting for. We Mr* Kl.le I a ItapeclcrMr 27 at 8 p.m. the United Stales since 194(). IIl' I.>ons. are forming opinions on all matters : *: Jeaale f. twfan: iWendlorlnr :: : -- --- --- -- .---- ----- -
Captain Francis A Adams director by polls or the propaganda of articulate Mr*. HlliabMh eotor ILajr' .

general of the Minute Men minorities" Mr*. 'laanell l* J Onmbl.

of Amrica, Inc. addressed, the He laid] that "the only way to >. llurlol InapwtorMr 1 Melrom, Igop.rlet
numbers on "The ( hallen?e to check this madness i is that the
freedom" He told of the signers nation must face the fact that PRECINCT NO.( --TUAft?

their ol the fortunes who Declaration pledged and their[ of their Independence lives. courage. The is country Mill the must Badge have of Freedom a reawakening f.HHiiliHH llltTlCM Kl\'nniVINIOH., tmrYrm\' xervln! @ lr[}{] @ w .

sacred hon. It must stand up and from J::08 AM la TtOl) PM.Mr .
)rs a determined pledge of men be counted as for or against questions -
who knew ] .. Elton f. t......., Clork
they were taking their of right or wrong Our flag Sirs Sylvia Hnman' Inspector:
country Into war and determined must be a symbol of freedom or Sara: : Vela Pllle: ; Inepertorllr ;
MabelMtham, Inepectof
it becomes a piece of bunting
Now, we live in a world where Action on matters affecting our I II PRECINCT NO i-*TI'-RT
wars are inconclusive and have national should ,tyre
kept .
become involved in the pohtieal strictly I : wihtm! the hounds I of our. I mfcl,1.\ \ .Telephone ODD I PFU/1WS Hull I I. ..,

chaos that exists in both hemispheres original ConMitulion A united Ing on Akron ..'t .,7:0PStt.i ) .vine
from ra0: A M lo :
with decisions being madein people can recapture Us. heritage
chancelleries; : and:: not:: by the of freedom." ]Mr. Rcrla 'H. Blunrt. Clerk I
Sirs May tMrnes In.prstor
fighting' men he said. Mrs Fred Clark of Ann Simpson Sirs I I. I. Iwcker. IniipectorMr

Our flag has been carried into Davis Chapter, Columbus', Ohio, I llfford/ Ijiurenc. -_. 1

foreign lands and our troops have was a guest The next meetingwill *. MarMret InapeilorMr BurKuraf, _-- t
been committeed to battle but be held in (he community limpertor ,

told "not to press for victory," room of the First National Bankon Mr Mrs, )Mary:MnrKiierlt,R, Tlllman e,, Taylor, Inenector, .

Adajm declared This has come May 22, with Alfred H Nelson lnsu.cigrl'RE'IN'T

about because of our membership coordinator for the Liberty Amend N0 ._Tl'ART Tht SURF-2 bedrooms, 1 bath (carport' and screen porch optional)
In the United
Nations where we ment for Florida, speaking on the $12 000. !
have accepted the role of Pnlllnff Place FinK STATION
"police- .
amendment. This will be an : .
open .
for ervlnw from 7:Oil A M to :
man peace" but have ,
limited meeting and non members are I'.AI. _
authority to act while assuming invited ...
!Mr. Wilma !McClure. Clerk gg.

Governor Bryant ProclaimsFla. !Mr!Mr Mia Sirs\ *..., "N Hat Norma Llella. K*). <'hay'lion.llarnef..; ., In.pector.Inspector InHpeitor" ) @ruJ

I l>r. A. l. Hull, lnopeelorpectorPItECINCr [EPL1UflJ f @ lYOO !

< Beta Sigma Phi WeekGovernor lolllnir: NO Vinci 1-I'ORT. MARTIN IIEW'COt'N-ALL 1i

l\ (101 H ANi| IOINTHYCl 1i
Farris Bryant has is created for young women de .I'n. *ervln II' from, 7:00 A.M.
10 7:00: 1'lI.!
designated the week of April 24 sirous of cultural and social activity i
through 30 as Beta Sigma Phi andWHEREAS Sirs: Beiilnh Penrod. Clerk
Sirs Mn: A. lirannen
Week in Florida. There are two Inspector
Beta Sigma Phi
active Mra. Ultle W V t.on, @ I
in Stuart
chapters the Epsilon gives its members an intimate jnepertnr:: TMr

Zeta Ritual of Jewels chapter touch with many lives and many *. ixiU I Wlloy, InapectorPRFCtNCT
and the Xi Gamma Phi Ex- minds and
emplar chapter The provides a precious : NO. /-PALM! CITTPdllnir
receive guard against narrowed friendships
proclamation has been andWHEREAS I Place, PMMC1TTPIRM
STATION aervlnx from J,00
by the local
Beta Sigma Phi is AM to t:0a:( I'.!M.
a form of ,
enriching intensifying .
Mra Bertha F Moore. Clerk
and inspirational experience in the Mrs 1Vornlhy Inle, Inspector
WHEREAS the worldwide object appreciation and enjoyment of the Sirs: (lwrgo Hue llur.Mnl, IniipectorMr : ,.,.

of Beta Sigma Phi is to con- liberal arts: tnnl"tnr .u ..

genially unite young women of NOW THEREFORE, I, Farris Mrs Mr: Ruth Knee UlKhtnn Petty' Inspector: In.p, otor ,.
the community for purposes of Bryant, by virtue of the authority ..po..
friendship and cultural development vested in me as governor of the intCINCT NO 7-HAIVHNOPolllnn
and for In the State of Florida do 0\ I :
participation hereby proclaim line. gVLFUSO FIUI'BTMION. ...
international sisterhood of Belt April 24-10 1964 as BETA enlnn from Teed I/ w
Sigma Phi andWHEREAS SIGMA PHI WEEK in Florida AM li> boa: I'.M. M

this organization and do emphasize Founders Day STrs Wlnlt.d Thompson 1.k -- '
? prir'30 i td' be observed 'Sirs' herbs Johnson In"p.tor. "

sisters. and citizens of the ;Friend;; e Mrs (1.0'11'Inop.'o'' Obnrn roe? The" CREST- bedroom, 1i i bathe, carport (screen porch oplionjl) : 1

An' edible container similar to ly Sunshine State of Florida Mrs Sirs J\'I.lnIII. P, \Mlhnr I Crook, Inapectnr In.p".lo 15 1 100. t.o.i.f :
an ice cream cone will hold hot /FARRIS BRYANT Sirs:: : leorir Inborn. Jr,

foods including soup It is not Governor limpntorTREcrvcT .. \ \

hot to hold, does not become .
soggy IM.II: tl>Vk.-HII K1ll"rMHTA1 : : NO i-i mure: sotvn
can be frozen or toasted and
has an I indefinite shelf life, 15 Taw (sit STY J5 ns.1:1e (15111? Polllnir. 1".e. ,TiniiR BOITM1COMVI
M 1n'r15' ensST\, O'Lun11r1: 'MTV ( F. TIUt. sorrlea 1
1st :: from T:110 AM. tq TOn:: ( I'.:MMra W W& QD
p <1P J ,
After seven years' construction JAMm JIILFT PFFP: ) Lorraine' 1':. Klrt Clerk f !
Berlins Botanic Garden has re. Si",, known "";* 1 Sues: l' rl Urynn InipectnrMr
opened, t'icElt: *: Cecilia I w. I>e\or. In.pertnrMr. a
__ pereaaed .. Mine Itrnilrlrk. Innpe. lor
>')TI< f' TO I Iii:IMMIH| Mrs" Mil",(red Arnl"I. Iniipector
TO All t'IiiItTIW, VNIi A[.L Mr. Ada Urlffln, InapeclorPRFCIVCT
Smoker Says ir-HKONH: IIAVIMll CIAIM' All
"'rtii. and each nf you. art hereby Polllnu PI ice. lInUNToWNfW'l.I'Lf'7 : :
nntiritl and '''<1111.." to prem-nt aervlnr from d
NO n WASHY AggMrJUSTA any ilalin nr demand which you, : ; :00 IC ) :
UGNTfA or ellhar: of you I' *;. i ,
lao M..lnte of M'I.ln,'tt"y I't v'i.: Mrs Knrih Router Ol"rkMr :
.' tint known a JAUfH 1L kfcn: ; *. rh.,... Jordon, IniipecMr .
Itaoeaard, let* of martin CoiiiTiy I : Mrs W IL 'aveny. I..p..or
florldu, wllh flllnar fe. nfIOl.( Sirs' Alice\ Carter. Inspector u I i
MaITCNf"i ( County JuilKea <' of, Mr, norlValrtron' jnapectorMr 1 I
7..rl: ::
I County: ;. ins the (oiurl: I *, Morals Rackley': ,Jn.pectorPRFrtNCT : :
Hout at Hlunrl. HorM.' wlih
i In pin oal.hdar months tom NO lolEWAt.L'SI.t
ir Ih. the tint "hll.allon 1 )!NT '
til* notlc'e. lAin CLAIM OH nr1' ...
M\Ml MUST HB 1)1 Iy I MWIHN PnlUna Fine, Tf>W f OF FW.AIIH .
TO ANn FltFI IV l1/'I.II''T. I-OINT TowN HAII .,;: ,
FIRST NATIONAL B\\K serving from 7:00 A.M. to 7.00
Py nofANp MrnnFii,

Iru.t.. Vlc.(.'irrii.-r Irei.lcnt|, and Mr Strs::*: Jean Hanoi'N.Kotie.Nlphllnit
y Fxeculur f the Eilate if Mr. Beatrice. 11 I'nux. Inspector ,:
James Haler I'.. ,I. I>e .a>ei1 Mrs Mliabeth: M Conley, 16,500. r"w: ,
MTCIUKI Urawer 0.': I IITTMASAttorney **? Hiiinil: "' Florida InapeclorPRFCIVCT

deeUuttlTe For.utrM than can so b A-bomb* core! P rl Eliot Rna for Ocean tint Ixeiutor2U Mtiiurt RnuIevprd: Morlda ; NO Place ji, -.t"HTUARTPnlllna PTXIH
t tr
Pub" April 13. III" ._ star. f. II. 1414 CUR CFNTER, .T.r.IlJ; front :

k .. ... 7:00 A.M. to t'oo' P.MReborca .
; Cdr.: I'm" ItNNrAplnTtatR
Hammond.. Cleric & W (ill& lrYr

(rml.y Albrltlon Mn*Walden Bra:lley fnnpeolorlerimrta |..n.Dactor In.pectofAlice : : @ f

Stay,: I'FIU'IT E'ISM'FARM"NO ll-TMrrCAL g r ., S

Pnlllnr Place. JACK JAMBS'
KTOHF. nerving from f:00 A.AI.
to 7:00 1'.101. '_. M 8rtM bofnot.. dot fond b| award-wianisg arthlUcU. 0 Mmm'nuni awning windows with marbles' tile siBs ,'rt

I Mrs Carl ffauvaca. Clerk
: :
Through Sirs: Jobs O'hov, In.nector .h' looks and. 0 Formica 'K.UIt.dleu.blnt. counter top and spUsk.
!Sirs Maxlne Clendenln ; : art spacious airy nnlqneljr planned ,
InapectorMm )
I Roy Jaom, In.pectopmBCIVCT .
eSr: 7, for casual Florida Evlnf. Price hclud spacious and hostel bathrooms with decorator fixture
PIooe Boo.III" PARK closet den ,1 t t .'fl I I
May- ClVlo'CEXTfrR 1 'ervln from bMiitifully landscaped kits, too. 0 Terrauo floors tfarovfhtxit 0 ly-ps 1
7:01: AM. to 700 FM. .' '.
\ !Marjr Fllan neon Clerk Maty sating ..models, are M display right now. J8 ,. .. glass Fined quick} recovery gas water beater :
i. .
C Howard Jn.pecUrIwiul. 1
,\ Johnson la.p.clorUacola >" :; ( r': l'Ji

But tf you cwt, let Tin Stuart New follow you on your Wllllama, Jn.p otofPolllnr ., ."0"-
;: 5
vacation. Then will IM a lot of In
sews Martin County this BREItZIII PARK .

summer about flees, ckctlnaa, wrier to the Isbiid, new romb, I TOWN' n ; J OPEN I .A L1JI ,

and many other Ibingi thai Hill htamt. you and affect your prop THAN iIIt'r.t1. SANK 'Lt J.HUI.II i" 1,2.lTn "'''- 2.t
Mail suburiptlon ...nlnl( from 7.00 A.If: I-\ 9 :::
erty. your or IckphoM as. We'll gladly change 10 7n0: P.f. ib..... I
your mail address a* often. M yon ".... I
Old,. .... McUrtr Clerk i\ 4\8\|

H .:1.\r.4r: ;:::..:lR.p. In.pertor. lor .\ .. TelePhone" ST.lUCIE4l.vSJl1PortSt.Lucie PORT. | } i

Arthur U Johnron Inspector .i i

Rain anywhere b* the UA or Cuiadat One Year $5.00; I PRECINCT NO II-RIO :

Six Month' $2JO, 3 Months $1 1.5. Polling Place, RIO Tfe CBVr 1. :,,1 HO 1-3100 j
.f E Es
TRIO, 7.anb "
aervlnv from A.ty .,..1 t'
(I/ a resident of Mulfe. County fay part of the yew, $4.50)) to 7,DO P.M. ) tl"; ,; ..
Mrs, Joa phlna mash Clerk ,*: .-",

Nam......... .... ... ...... .. ........................... .. .. ... ...... ...... Mr,. Kathletn Helen Hhamar IJpOIIe"|napetoMra J
Innpaalor : '

Street.................. .. ... ...............................,,.... .... ........... ... M'" Elmar PaWllt Innpector .
JIll: 1'1' J't1ftTJtlCft REPnLVEA
Zip that the Primary sIaet'.n: .h.1I ... I

sty..Stale...,.. .. ._ ... k>l4 |la the *'v:rU Llaetlon/ >..
"" ? "r Code......."....... fine)* of said Ceuair and a t the '
K'lllet' Pla...i .....In designated t.1 ,
.'' of r-oiinty Commlaalonlra
THE STUART .J Martin Count, Florida I anlIho :
NEWSP.O. Pall* shall be. open from 7:0: ) ,
.clock' A.M. to T *0 flock.. P.M. ..
tot 1047 AHamd 1.15. in* dar of the Martin Con'tr hi,

mary Election, to-wlt: llsIll" A General Development_ Community j


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L A THE STUART (I1a.) NEWS 1 humdKy, Aprd 23, 1964 U.S.1
Landscape _.
Idl Young People Were in Crowd at Youth Center Project Starts THURS.-FRI. lEET/3 -IS-: :; 1-.v .-- SATURDAY'

1 Anti-Communist Crusade Held RallyThe Around May 1st

fhc II SI I Highway Beautification -

fundamentalist far right unlimbered r ( ommittee will start workon '
heavy artillery against .,i pilot strip on the south part DISCOUNT 0.. tl.... STORES
I ot the t lour-laned road in early .::.:
the far left Monday and Tuesday Miv W E Ambler, chairman,
nights It Stuart Youth Center as announced. STUART SHOPPING CENTER
Dr Billy James Hargis brought Ambler plans to attend a state-
his national Christian Crusade to : Camp landscaping course at
t Oleno before the work be
Stuart for the second time in three sir

years I ginsHe reported that Clarence E ..u.. 20 GALLON PLASTICTRASH

The two-night anti.Red seminar 1 Davidson, district engineer of the
was sponsored by the' Christian Slate Road Department, Fort
Crusade Torchbcarcrs Youth Chapter Lauderdale, has Issued a permitfor CAN
,,",,0. 120 of Stuart, headed by the landscaping! plan, with minor .
Don Lowery, Martin County High alteratIons.
School senior, a graduate of Harps Other plantings will be sub ti.
Youth University at Manitou tuted for proposed oleanders, no IJ LIMIT 2 Never before offered
Springs, Colo., last summer boulders will be allowed portable
Young members of the Torch. pumps used for Irigation must be i at this low price! Rustproof, assort.

bearers, wearing red, white and removed when not in use, and ed colors with c'amp-on! lid.
blue rosettes, sat in the front rows all maintenance must be by the
and acted as ushers for the crowdof t Cil) of Stuart

around 250, and Lowery intro en b I i
duced Dr. Hargis Monday Some BILLY JAMES: I1ARC.IS Four skeletons dating buck to
sixty youthful members of Kobe neolithic times. 3KKJ( to 7000
Sound Bible College were in the Iron. Curtain are meeting w.cre1iy DON LOHERY' DAVID NOtBELmunisM i I years before Christ, have been
leafletsat found In a sixty.foot cave I tn Sicily I
and out
audience passed
after Communist
even a probe. I He quoted t Warren as
the door Nochel! charged that the former assassinated our President" and saying: Nearly 3.000.OOO Christnmcards
Hargis was Joined Monday night Federal Council of Churches and said that the investigative commission pass through the post officeof
by Rev David Noebel youth coordinator the revised National Council of headed by Supreme Court "We may not let you know in Santa Claus, Jnd. each year.
in a triple attack on Churches both had a social creed Justice Earl Warren was "smoth your lifetimes what took place in The population of the town i n
liberals, communists and the written by !Jr. Hurry F Ward ering the evidence" in the Oswald Dallas," I thirty.five.
National Council of Churches On stemming from Fabian Stxialism,
Tuesday night a Cuban exile, LuisManrara advocating abolition of private
Citrus Melon Growers Welcome Them
president and executive property and collective ownershipof ,
director or "The Truth About Cuba property
Committee," who had been a Communism," he laid, 'is a Hudson Paper NAPKINS Hudson Toilet TISSUE
successful accountant in Havana, disease of the mind, which denies It's Seat I
told of the Castro take-over and God-.and ninny Red leaders of Bee-Robbing on; Again
how there had been an "ilcan't.happen.here" t- today especially in Latin America
attitude among most and Africa, were made con
Cubans toward Communism untilit verts in American universities
terror.was too late to stem the tide of Hargis joined in the attack on Around 4,000 Hives i n Countyopment

the National Council by displaying
In between pleas for financial a book, 'Christian Handbook
support for his national radio I on Communism," which he said ly near a citrus grove, and seldom and performs its own pur-
broadcasts-he is aiming at 100 was published by the Council He 28,000 visit them again until after the titular function
more stations-and subscriptionsto read a sentence from the book, orange Ibossoms are gone The The queen is literally the queenof -
the Crusades numerous publi "Should not Christians cooperatewith Is palmetto blossom is also a major i the hive. She lays the eggs that
cations, the Tulsa, Okla., evangelist Communism as long as it Of Honey flower for the meandering bee. initiate the hive, and from her first } 4 i
drew strong applause when he continues toward Christian objcetives Several groups ot hives can buzz she leads a queenly life even } I
said that "any U S. senator who ?" ProductionBy usually be seen along Indiantown down to being fed by the other e } } } d
voted to give wheat to Soviet Russia Road It j is estimated that }
He said that the Council "had more } } 1'1,
should be defeated when he girls.The
than 4,000 hives located In Martin SKINS
100 to workers the female 4 R
comes ufor re-election next fall" lobbyists fighting prevent RAY McCLUREYes are l"E 4 }
\ County, producing an amazing
continuance of the House Un- bees A normal hive will have at 1 (
He said that the four major objectives 'E
of the Communist American Activities Committee, tt I spring, the bird lion 28,000 gallons of honey annually least 30,000> workers They do all TAS
party although it i I. illegal for them to the wing flowers are bursting out the work. They gather the pollen, IoIo/
in the U. S. today are: (I) to intervene
in and infiltrate the civil lobby and Senator Strom Thur- all over: and the sun smiles a lot It Is also a fact that more than nectar, and guard the hive, and I
movement (2) to stimulate mond is calling for an investigation brighter even in* Florida. 15,000 Floridians are now keep feed the larvae. Under abnormal 4 ROLLS
rights a revolt of American; labor against t i to lake: away their "talt exemption Yes, Its a happy carefree time ing bees, and! annually harvestingan conditions, when a queen fails in size soft white i I
automation, ((3)) to demand unilateral for the Violation i for everything and everybody but I average of 20000000 poundsof egg laying or when the colony Is Large paper
disarmament of the U. S.; He said that (fhe Council is plan. the bees They're being robbed .' honey. Florida ranks fifth in queenlesi, workers may even lay table napkins.
and ((4)) to destroy the anti-Corn- ninA "erection of several 50000- blind. No matter how much: nec honey production unfertilized eggs which develop
muniits or extreme right wing watt stations on the Mason-Dixon tar they carry from the flowering Florida farmers don't mind the into dronesThe: d
Rev Noebel castigated the Na line to agitate the civil rights problem blossom somehow the hive never strange hives that show up sud- drone, or male bee, has one SoC
tional Council of Churches for ," gets full. denly near their farms They find duty. He mates with the queen,
bringing i a group of Russian prieststo He charged that less than 5 percent A trip along Martin County honeybees very valuable, not only after which he dies A normal 1\\
the U S. We send: over scientists of our people who do not believe country roads will point uthe\ for the honey produced, but more colony contains from 100 to 200 f
and educators; they In God are trying to establish fact that there many a hive in for the cross-pollination of crop drones
edge ,
send spies"," he Mid "The a minority: dictatorship i by eliminating i the county sitting cozily in shady flowers.In Yes, bees even have their races. F
Metropolitan Nikolai admitted that religion, in the schools 'inOoU nooks with the only sound heard gathering visits pollen ':and These have taken the names: Germans c
he was a member of the Soviet we trust' on our currency and the hum of (ho queen bee and her nectar the bee many pi.nits Italians, Caucasians and
Secret: Police. The few churches are now trying to get rid of chap- workers toiling endlessly to make on a single trip, and in this way Carmolans :\
open in Russia are showcase lain In the armed services" that international delicacy of all pollinates several I plants that might The Italians and Germans derive
churches meant to fool the West: I He castigated liberals In both delicacies to grace the table of not otherwise produce fruit or their names because of their (
any real Christians behind the parties as being "soft on Com- some fortunate housewife honey seed. The bee is particularly important beginnings in the two" countries
Beekeeping in Martin County with legumes, watermelons, The German been were fiat t introduced 'OOTI'O ;
Is not a big Industry and probably cucumbers and other vegetables into the United States but OW 0TI'0illilll3( } LBOIrJ ,{
and fruits. later the Italian bees
came over .
never will be since over the nation ...
CABINCRAFTSRUGS enough pure honey it producedto The busy little bees have always and lire now the most popular ... r' ,., SELF.STACKING'b I
supply those who desire It. Asa been buzzing around. Primitiveman simply they are gentle and "ANDY eIPACI
matter of fact these days, the became interested in themas easy' to handle
poor bee has almost become a a supply of sweetening and kept 1 he remaining Caticasmas and w ilesf fAVUtnm'aAKANI g
& CARPETSIlartman.Leighton casualty of "synthetics," with his bees since before recorded history the (armolans are both found in tgla pt1AIJss
famous sweetening now produced in began the United Sidles, but neither are
the laboratory to look like honey, In ancient times honey was the as popular as the German and 1'pp
taste like honey, and serve the principal sweet and both it and Italian bees, mostly due to tech.
nical characteristics itallMOflSlGeIO
purpose equally as well as honey beeswax were used for medicinal that some
[ Furniture is now But the connoisseur of honey purposes. beekeepers: do not like. / D* VINO '
would rather fight than switch, Ha 1 he wax was also used for light, So you want to go into beekeeping w NOM[ 'aM )
distributor in Martin County for the says there a "heap" of difference writing tablets, mummifying the diflicult?and Well, beekeeping is not
in what the laboratory produces dead, and a dozen other purposes its general principals
complete line of Cabin Craft rugs and can be learned by almost anyone. #
and what the bee produces, There are even Biblical referencesto pASOb
offer and many farmers feel the work honey such as 'a land flow However, the production of honey, I 1J bk
carpeting proud to like the
we are you of robbing the hive is well worthit ing with milk and honey In production of most agn-
this fine line of quality carpeting. if only enough of "old.fashioned 3,000 B.C., Egyptians flouted rafts cultural and crops: requires close attention a
"' honey is produced to keep the containing bee logs down the a thorough knowledge }o
of proper methods the best t beekeepers 6
family of the farmer and hisfriens Nile River
i sweet all winter. The busy little fellow first came are keen observers and 4
During the past two weeks, the to the United States in the 1600s.( base their. operations on these ob lIEN'SV ITE i
servations.For I
bees in Martin County have been He came to Florida with early
undergoing the seasonal influx of Spanish priests who kept him for those In Martin County who '
Introductory "robbers" who insist on setting the both the honey he produced and may venture into the world of
organized! bee social circles bulling the wax which was used to make bees, there is always the chance MEN'S DRESSPANTS TSHIRTSv
''' church: candles you might get slung, not only
Offer! As soon as the springtime citrus But one of the oddities of the physically, but you might find I

w blooms fade and a few days pass, bee is that even though he has you'elfailing In futility. They Soft, springy absorbent '
the honey is ready for the taking. been kept by man for centuries hehas just might not like your hive. combed cotton
For those who
27"x48"CABIN At this In a of"Martianlooking" never become dependent on are successful, I 1I
point conies group T-shirts \ R
the world of bees can be a sweet navy' type l \\
and He still live with or
men women man. can
and exciting plate-a place where cut for maximum \\ h
to callously cart: away the lus without the help of man.
CRAFT RUGS cious product to lavish on their Actually man could! probablytake you can always say with palatable comfort and smooth lu \
biscuits Dressed in thick gloves, a few tips from the bee Bees expectations! : Pass the biscuits, pap.py&ranted 4'Yw fit.Girl's lolo
i hats covered with nets, containers, are gregarious insects and! their colonies you have the biscuits 1r
I smoke pot. a pry and scraper, they are among the highly developed '
NOW go diligently about their business social organizations In the -
i 88 Very few Martin Countians own world, Summer is the worst season for .
ONLY(11 bees, a check shows. Most hive The colony Is composed of three motor vehicle deaths with most 3
: owners are from other localities different types of Inllivi"ualithe I FOR
They bring their hives and place queen, workers and drones Each I Saturday JJ.- .
them in strategic locations, usual. type is different in size and devel- and night the deadliest time. +
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IKING I lilt: RIIL" M JF\H: IS.II fhursdn meeting of 1 "I I ah lI.k Mrs Barbara Huuln Mrs "udre\ ti ", "II _
Epsilon Letd< Chi:pier Del Simula: I'hi. were, kit to right Mrs H.III' I I 1i.I.1 ,HId Mrs Jaekie!. Buikev!. n Sa.
III*: NEW OIIKrUSOl.. II'SIIOIV. | ( II VIM I Hot Bet Mrs Betty Abbott president' Mr. Man Hudson/ .
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Sigma: Ph mslilleil (hursdh veiling, April Hi I are 'tell' to right'\ : seeretiry, Mr Joan oibson. recording neerelirv! I
Two Beta Sigma Phi Groups
!Airs Beverly Null treasurer Mrs Lucille Nelson, vice president;

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Founder's Day EventSaturday April 25The Memorial Day of Society will honor l onlederate I t ting surroumkd by a floral arrangement I staff would! like to cull the attention
Memorial Day .it the I Iliott
The Confederacy cunlrilnited by the II ol visitors to I the exhibit casein
scum by playing favorite lI I
11'ill lie Observed the South the ng tllll'l A II/ I Lily farms In the main foyer the Florida! History" Wing which
Beta Sigma Phi Founders I Jose honorary members Mrs An. ber-o.\lihl.r.! I are in charge or the banquet! with throughout '
Day banquet! will he held Saturday I na McRoherts, Epsilon Zeta sponsor I Mrs. Abbott and! Mrs Finley,I I Mrs Abbott as chairman and April 26 There will bo a 1 he museum! will he open (from tells the story of londa i role in
night April 2J. at the Sunrise the Martin County historical nent display of the Confederate 9 ii.m. to 5 p ni. and (ho museum I the War Between the Statin,
and! Mrs Dodic! Pryor memo vice presidents! ot the chapters, Mrs Unlcy is toaslmlstrcs
!! Inn. Members of Fpsilon Zeta
Ritual of Jewels chapter and! Xi
Gamma Phi Exemplar chapter'
with their husbands and! guests,
Will attend.
:> The first chapter of the sorority
was formed! in Abilene Kan.. in
19)1 I. There are now 7.500)) chapters -

fourteen In with addition!ceremonies countries I7SOOO to the members will banquet! be. traditional observed i ir- Finance Your Mobile Home At :

!; the history of the I local I
chapters will be reviewed, !. and
new members will receive their i
first welcome to membership

furnished Music for by the the occasion Carl VI eco will orchestra be-
First National Bank of Stuart And Get

lhebanquet Cocktail! hour and will program be 7 pnfc will,and befin -! f

I at it. Mrs Betty Abbot will
live the Beta Sigma Phi graceWelcome .
to members and guests
will he given by Mrs. Liz I-inky
will of the XI Ciamma Phi Lower Bank Rates Direct
'jear\ with, be presentation given by Mrs.of CliudmeVall awards By Dealing

by Mrs Peggy (Comb Highlightsof
the Epsilon Zeta year will be
given by Mrs Joan Flores. with
presentation of awards! by Mrs
Mary Hudson
'. Guests of ...,)nor \\iI"e\ Mrs
Frances Keith and! Mrs Millie
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($Men's Club Plans

{\Dinner Meeting

I The Mcns Club of the First YEARS
Methodist! Church on Indiuntown
Road! will have a dinner meeting NEW MOBILE HOME
at the church Thursday evening RATES
April 23 Dinner will be served! at I '
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dorn, announcer for Station WIRA.
fort Pierce. will be guest .. Loam SHIN; 111" 110'1111'11jll1'i! ; I\1n'lll1'i Jfjl11'iPAY ;

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TUB. UUAR'f (0:1".) 1JtW5I. i WWI Group .y
hur.Jsy Apr 23,J9fr.I ;
1\Iu. MfLffltFP J'ITTLKi Holds/ Social

\V.n| has been received "hoN." of ,S .k, ...Shap1A < NJ "' "'II Members of World War I Bar I

tho sodden d Mh on WedMUay! racks and Auxiliary! enjoyed a

April 15, frf. Mrs John (Mi|<"lred' ) Silver Tea Benefits polluck supper and social evening

little, at her home in Warwick at the Jensen Beach Community

R. I I. )Burial WIt In St. Anna nil Center on Friday evening, April j

ctcry (In Cnnrton, R. I., 01( Sat Eastern Star ChapterApproximately 17 ,

urday.Mr.. Oul-of.town guests included Mr.
ii and Mrs, Little left Jel\scn and Mrs Ted Hunt and Mrs. Bennie .

: Beach on April 7 and top ><-I' m 100 persons attended seph Roberts, and her husband, Bryant of Port St Lucie, and I
Washington, D. C, en route berth 'ii'iiA ( the silver.: toa, held at the Joseph Roberts Sr., were in attendance Mr. and! Mrs. Hy Hill of, West t
Hill is District
t Palm Beach Mr. a
of Mrs Heritage i to along
to visit the grave of John Fncdy J.cn- Tome Harry on receive guests
Little North t Indian River Drive on Sun with the hostesses, Mrs. Heritage :2 past commander.
) Mrs. was a meituher" day April 19, from :2 until 5 p.m and Mrs Samuel Rhodes Jr The guest speaker of the evening
of the Janscn Bench Women Association y The serving table held an attractive Presiding at the tea table were Dr Richard Q. Pcmck, spoke

centerpiece of red roses Mrs. Barbara person, Mrs Arnold on "Medicare.
r r encircled by white gardenias, with Taube, both past worthy matrons, I The next regular meeting will
KNOWLEDGE sky-bluo candles at each end of the Mrs, Edith Settcrficld and: Mrs, be held on Friday May I I.
table along with silver tea KCt'\Iieel. William Vaught All honorees, including : ;

4 ) The color carried out in the the worthy matron, Mrs : PERSONALSMr A.2' :'; ... ,
+ decorations are the colon of the I
Roberts, Mrs Warner Tilton (who
and Mrs, Tom Andersonof
worthy matron of Unity Chapter opened the festivities with a prayer IIIGHILIFRS, Donald Wilson left and Denny Robes Kn, ",
5 I of the Eastern Star, for the beno- ), and the hostesses, wore beautiful Andersons Oil City,parents Pa, are, Mr visiting and Mrs Mr. can hardly wait for their flying saucer to get under way. xq, \ "I'' 1

} I fit The of "hicl1the worthy matron tea was held.Mrs Jo- Vaught rose corsages, mado by Mrs. Tony Anderson, of Coconut Road the sky They enjoyed the recent Longford\ -Hull Park Kids I I D, I

They arrived on Sunday, April 12
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Assisting In serving were two for an indefinite May On Tuesday ---- 1
Rainbow Girls, Diane Means, of the older Mr. Anderson was taken I things happened whith' changedher cupution organized .1 i group
Year-end Reports Jensen Beach and Mary Peck of to Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital life boys which became part ui i n I 1
Stuart; and Jeanette Rhodes of where he underwent surgery on I "Wonder Urugs, hy Helmuth French Resistance. 10,1.11"1, ,
r I Are of Jensen Beach I Thursday morning He is reportedto M Boettchcr A clear and enter by the Gestapo and Utll\e J! I I'I
4 T '9+ r Highlight A musical program, which was be showing favorable Improve taining history of antibiotics which teen months in Buchcnw,il]
k presented twice during the after describe many such sources of "The Universe of Scienu,
Gardening MeetJensen noon, Included numbers by tho healing, some still used today in 'I Charles-Noel Martin A liNt
Jcnscnettes tion of the whole
-Karen Bailey, Lou mentNew primitive societies sun of i
Ann Dailey, Helen K. Smith Books at "Keys To Art," by John Edwin knowledge of the umurvmassed '.
Beach Garden Club held Jackque Penick and Cathy Martin Cunnduy Excellent illustrations galaxies down I.'
In law J its regular monthly business meet ; and several solos by Mrs Caryl representing all important forms I atoms The complex ,uhici
Kynes' J"gov.tnment
grounding ,
ing on Wednesday April IS, with I Crowder, accompanied on the Library HereAmong and periods of art are accompan I handled in a way to coal'
In administration Vlr*. Charles Munch first vice Mrs Woodruff. dcrstandable all
: organ by Roland I by
) led readable text art
and In I knowledgt/ of Florida hy a on ap ____
president presiding in the absenceof On leaving each lady was presented .
hold promise for a successful the president Mrs Calvin Wil- with a rose Guests came from new books added recently prcci"What the Great Religions Belicvc I iiw.YSTHERE...
tenure as attorney general." I JR.\:\('|:S LAVGHWD, Jensen Beach niovm and TV star, feeds I ber.A Jensen Beach Stuart. Palm City at Martin County Public ," by Joseph Gacr. The author wtrR IYIIBMFLP
hu latest icquisilions two Humbuldt penguins from Peru. new member, Mrs. Charles and Fort Pierce.Bake Library are: of "How the Great Religions
BRADENTON HERALD Zajw was welcomed into the club Oh. To Be In England," by: Began" here examines the basic I
---- Arrangements which had been Herbert Ernest Bates Continues
beliefs of the great living religionsClear
/ Miss, Patsv O'H.illoran, niece of made at a workshop on the pre Sale Set the saga of Pop and Ma Larkin interesting and informative"A
I Mr and Mrs Harry Heritage of Teenagers -I ceding day were displayed for the the British "Ma and Pa Kettle Fortune In The Junk Pile"
enjoyment and comments of all is concerned
North Indian River Dnu, has sue members rt rte r episode by Dorothy Jenkins How to Iden-
i the of
For Saturday getting family seven tify and evaluate American antiques -
cc\ full) completed a cosmetology Open to The end of year reports highlighted children baptized from furniture to glassware l I
course at Woody Hair the club s activities of the "
I Styling The Centaur, by John Updike. .
Sister Elise of the
I School in Orlando and i is presently : Episcopal past season, beginning with the Fifty-eight members and one This is the book which won the "And There W a s I Light:' hy .: "ul itk bl
Order of the Community of the Christmas lighting which was declared guest were present at the meeting
1963 National Book Award for
Paid P.Ilt.rol| A4v.rl xmrnl, Paid lei employed in the Sa Jacques Lusseyran A remarkable
Beauty : the best of the Jensen Beach Women Association -
br Kynn Campaiui Fund, Konnl Hrtw [ Holy Spirit will be at the parish yet; the Arbor Day fiction. On one level it is the storyof story of a blind resistance worker -
Ion of Iveys Department Store of held Monday April 20.
Chairman planting a Bauhinia blakeana
house of All Saints' Episcopal a fifteen-year-old boy and his who during the German oc I GIVB TO xgya RED CROSS
(Hong Kong orchid tree), official Two new members. Mrs Dorothy teacher-father, and on anotherthe
Church on Sunday evening April Martin (ounty tree, at the Jensen Tetlow and Mrs. Lucille Smith, recreation of the myth of Chiron .
Where this emblem/ displayed, you are 26 at 8 p.m. Beach Elementary School; and the were accepted into the club. the wise and gentle Centaur. COSTUMED PICTURE FRAMING;

assured of the finest insurance servicein While her primary mission I is rummage sale on April 11. Mrs Coming events announced at the A sensitive and poetic novel II Choose from
.' 150
Munch thanked the various sale over designs
to talk to ticn-asm. the general meeting were a bake sale on Sat "The Rising of The Lark," by;
th* land. is invited chairman: Mrs. Jack Kuhn rummage urday, April 25 in the Jensen i
public cordially to attend Anna Moray This/ first t novel tells
; Mrs John Koman, food; Beach Bank building, with Mrs. the of Catnona .
a nine
Mrs. Chris Kalb, jewelry, and story year jsohe AT 7-0755
Hazel Heritage and Mrs Bertha .
Besides teaching courses in mu- old Welsh girl whom her governess
Mrs Rollm
Reynolds '
sic and history. she u also 'ass.slant After completion of business plants for Seawall in charge; and a dessert was trying to turn into an Eng.
card party at the clubhouse a n lish lady. Catnona however
mistress at Saint Hildcs and 'I I young
Saint Hugh School which is a the day Mrs. Reynolds gave an Monday, April 27 at I p.m., with was more interested in the villagers I
interesting talk on the planting of I
college preparatory school in NewYork Mrs Thelma Watson as chairman. i her pets and her books But
amaryllis seed, its care and growth There will be table and door prircs ,
City into a bulb and its flowering and the public is invited. w4
Sister Elite is a graduate of the beauty.
Juilliard School ol Music holds On May 19 there will I be a corlige Mrs. Seawall was the lucky winner Smolcey Says A
I a B S. and1'M,S. dot+!'&('" orft.rccived workshop at (he :home of of the afternoon srfiaef: .

an MA and EdD. trow .Mrs. John Koman, to provide cor Hostesses m charge Located On Route 707, I
ments included: Mrs Genevieve
Columbia, University and also! sages for the installation of offi
rows r. kgLtessri Aear rd
I Gahagan, Mrs. Joanna Brunnmg. Mi a.kI
studied m Fontameblcau t France, 1 ccrs to be held at the Port St.
Mrs Ivy Wahl and Mrs Madeline
I lucie Country Club I next day :
W. B. TILTON Lillic
Guaranteed Those wishing to attend the installation '
luncheon are requested to ,
make reservation by contacting I' Fire Auxiliary YAiNiND
SlncI1921INSURANCI Rug CleaningCall Mrs William Weiss or Mrs Basil W NOR6j
Vincent by May 15.
The begonia plant given as the Holds ElectionJensen
: AGENCYJENSEN day's prize, was won by Mrs. Za y tl'
WARREN'SAT jic. Hostesses presiding at the attractive Beach Firemen's Auxiliary -
BEACH AT 7.1411 table were Mrs Weiss met at the firehouse Monday
7-I7S5 Mrs. Chris Kalb and Mrs. Jack night, April 20
Kuhn The following new officers were I '
installed: Mrs Merle Prositt, pres. 'I IT1llj
Ident; Mrs Lillian Quincy vice I
president; Miss April Willeke, Smoke,'. if aliut thl_o area C
Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet I secretary; Mrs. June Rice, treas. lot of etherVIRGINIA peopkl 1 )
urer; Mrs Eugene Ppux, publicity -

makes roads feel as smooth as the maps they're printed on emergency chairman,food and Mrs chairman.Ed Sprague, !

The members filled out an un Salof'oj'
Run your finger over a ntfji and find yourself a place to go. Wide seats with foam-cushioning front and rear. Luxurious official election ballot. Mrs. Jack

That'i a preview of how it feels to jet there In a Chevrolet. wall-to.wall deep-twist carpeting (this year I it, come with Addy was received into the organ. '
Ws'yeputwhat we thmK|g the beat suspension even the lowest priced Bhcaynes), A choice of ization and was presented with her 43&pBeautq tx

ystem in Its class under tlli (great highway per seven (great engines( all precision balanced for hostess membership for pin. Mrs. Quincy was s
former. A big husky coil at each wheel"' smoother evening. Regularly
( Spring running, with four smooth-thiCting The next meeting will be on Hold for
and double-action shock absorbers to soak up TRjDj ri transmissions to match. Everything that makes May 18. with Mrs. Randolph Spin.
bumps. Over 700 sound flpadeners! throughout: Chevrolet the (great highway: performer it if. ney as hostessGarden 72.5O
the cluuuia and that ipacupVu( Body by Fuller to MME So (get out those road maps And wherever ailsMltlt Including

blot out noise from road and wind. jou go, (get off to a (good start-during Trade Club Federal Tax '

There's a lot of other ,t.mooth luxury, too. mmtMniwHtMnrtimimiitt 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet; dealer'l.nnrolrll".pola Holds Workshop P11QFIss1OHA

CfmnrfiM Another Garden Club workshopwas BEAUTY CARE

held on Tuesday April 14, at
IItTT lJ ll1 T the home of Mrs. Alex Lund. A
1 With instructions and assistance GIFT TO YOU

from the club's president, Mil .
Calvin Wilbcr the twelve women 11 GORHAM STERLING CANDELABRAYou
present busied themselves with f KINNE Owner
4ya. flowers greens and containers and Operators Free when you buy

strove to increase their skill withline' FRANCES REDDISH a Service for 8
arrangements. The results NETTLE CRISWELL
k4 evoked! favorable comments at the In any regular design In
;r; a d close of the session
hFr Coffee and refreshments were Now Featuring OORHAM STERLINGminimum
served by the hostess.
e Pedicures ( 33 plies)

ve. Mrs. Hazel leishcr, and Mrs. Relaxing Facials'WE Yeaa thla beautiful paIr of Gorham'a most popular
-rf' yw Mae Tinker of South Indian River Bterllag Candelabra is yours at extra cost In-
Drive, left Friday to spend several eluded in this offer to Gorham's newest alerting
days with Mrs. Leishcr daughter ARE NOW OPEN pattern. regal, sumptuous La Scala the ultimate
I Mrs Patsy Wheeler. children In pierced baroque
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4-B THE STOART (Fla.) TWS: Thenday. April 23, 1964 for the branch offec Of the John

H Ooute ir-conditioning firmrecently .
"" I _
opened for business i n

IS THE ANSWERTO that location Welcome to Hobe A
T )

An unexpected treat recclI.d I Iwtttle Yt'Y'al
visiting the post office I la'l t

Thursday Clerk Bill V\ heat de '
Mrs. Swartz's Third Grade herring a delightful rendition 01
Yellow Bird" while workingIt

Delights Parents, Teachers must be that brand new building !.

and the .
air-conditioning >-
This copy is \ebatim copy of the County Commission meetingof The regular meeting of Hobe Sieve Alhun trailed by lake Larson tern that does it. Even the people> tsaa ?

April 14. It was on tape at the courthouse. I Sound Parent Teacher Associationwas and they did a marvelous job : opening their mail boxes look haP1plCl" tad by felly far Conmr Campaign hmd
lately nJ
held in the !school cafeteriaon .
in petting together on that little ...
Wednesday, April I H at 1:30IP.m : I
i In charge entertainment wa A big bouquet goes to the petite RIO NEWS
THE CHARGE Mrs Swarms third grade A delightful Mrs Swam for her tire In, efforts .
and the endless it
program was presented by patience MRS. c. B. HEASLEY
the students, the dramatization of must take to produce such a program
a trip around the world made by Correspondent ARNO TRAVEL Agency

I a mythical Mr. and! Mn Sanders There will be onlv one more -- .
There were song and dance, illustrating meeting of the PTA this
different stops made and which time the installation of officers
in the
Located Krueger Building
tight wen by the couple. for the coming season will Mr and Mn Louis Papsidcro!
Chairman Wacha explained that on April 6, Palm Beach I A particularly enjoyable highlight take place. A wonderful! job has Jr. and baby daughter Maureen
of the show was a paper-bag been done by Delmar Veech who Crystal have returned! to the home Near Western
County Commissioner Lake Lytal had received a telephone call camel seen on the deserts of Air, has served! as president for the of Mr and Mrs Louis Papsucro

from two people in Martin County, who said they represent a citizens ca Privileged to be the head was past two years. Jr.Sr. has of Wright just completed Road Rio four Louis years Now Open For Business

committee and who asked that i lr. Lytal assist; them in their I service in the A.r ForceV rule in
of Gloria Mariotti Becomes service he was stationed at Lack
efforts to hinder the development Pratt-Whitney Road. land Air Force Base, San Antonio *
Tex? 778th Radar Squad!. Havre
Mrs. James J. Ashburn Mont.. and \Vheelut Air Force
I Base, Tripoli Lybia Kay Arise, teasel expert on all phases of travel, b on hand to {
greet jou )'call find she can tell you about everything you need
THE TRUTHThe At 6:30: p.m, on Saturday. April Mrs. Ashburn wore powder blue Friends will be glad to know
to to tassel fch such as details about transportation,
18 Miss Gloria Mariotu of Hobe with write accessories. that Mrs George Hodge has returned ,
reservations, Ik BKM and
interesting sightseeing excursions save
Sound became the bride of James The guests went from the church from St Mary'Hospilal.. I
I West Palm Beach where she had you many dotUrv
J, Athburn of Salem Man
to the reception which followed .
been a patient, and is now convalescing
newspapers present at the meeting phoned Mr. Lytal and The ceremony was performed immediately in the social hull of at her home in Rio 216 S. DIXIE KRLFCFR BLDC. PIIONE AT 7.4640
; at a flower-decked altar at St. the Hobe Sound Presbyterian ..
this is the printed result of this phone call. Christopher Church in Hob Church. '\IIIIVi/lIo1\\' o. rn ww'iv" .

Sound with Father Martin officiating The newlyweds will shortly be CARD OF THANKS
'I leaving for Long Island N Y., I WHY PAY MOREBUY
where Mr. Ashburn will be I
THE MIAMI HERALD: I The bride was attired In a ployed em- To my many friends! and neigh ,
traditional white bridal dress with bors who were so kind sending ONE GET ONE
embroidered neckline, flowers. cards and
In other action.. Commission Beach County mission that he had called Ly I scoop cap gifts telephone
sleeves and \\or< tram. Reduced
i t She was ServiceIn messages during my recent stay in
Chairman Frank Wacha said he Wacha said that some political tal to ask about the road situation attended by her sister Sandy who St. Mary Hospital and while I
had received word from Palm but that he was not against ; wort pink lace and carried a bouquet 'I was convalescing: at home may
Beach County CommissionerLake candidates with no qualifications the road. t of blue and white carnations Post Office I say "Thank You" from the hot
Lytal that several persons would like to see the road a. Suzanne tom of my heart
from Martin County had called scuttled so they could hang the L>ul said by telephone that I St Ongesandthegring! bearer was : At Hobe Sound Mn 1 //fl'' a
Lytal asking for obstacles to the blame the board he had been contacted but the Donnie St Onge Miss Manolti was I George Hodge i
paving, of the _ofIlile of the person had not been against tho given away by her uncle, B A. i In line with national limited adjustmenti .
O V, told the road. Hmson of Nest Palm Beach I OIL lASE INTERIOR LATEX
Pratt-Whitney road in Palm Sottofig corn I in postal service an- i
I Mr. Ashburn chose as his best HOUSE PAINT WALL PAINT
nounced March 10 by Postmaster
man Dwighl Campbell of Salem, ..
General John A. Gronouski. with a tanuM TINA <"' NInNaYaalr
and tuners were Joe Tally and! Gil I the FOREST 'MI."OIII :::::::::.. / 'O.IIIA..
objective of saving $12 700- FIRE STRIKES : U r4Na eNwi .
AND 1 nV f
THE INDIANTOWN PRESS Cavanaugh of Hobe Sound The lfl MIrIN1 ant Mrs
I organist was Mn Manning 000 Hobe Sound Post Office will r as MINI :::. "" IIIN M
I of West Palm Beach, put the on May following 4, Postmaster changes into HaroldE. effect .-Iw1..'YO-aMNll....-... 1 : :rNYr11as ::::.".'.-:;-".,
-town guests included the YOU GETBURNED -N'
PIERCE NEWS TRIBUNE bridegroom! Mr. Mrs Lyon announced: .laN a.uaNe
THE FT. I J. W. Asriburn parents, and his and grandmother I No domestic o r international I j Qe1LLIMT '= ".'" /uY rnN r.n1 Llf4M WU .II.INawulun
Mrs. Carroll, all from money orders will be issued on I i n..r M..n OM awn. ..., WI ref /.nlro1 .11
I Saturday A 1 II 1 I N roarttu a costar, LuM.YYONM '
I Salem postal savings WI/KU ;:LIWMLIK i!,
(Smart Bureau) "I don remember his name," Lytal deeded that the telephone For :her daughter's wedding Mrs f claims. inquiries,. meter settings
Manotti I I and box rent collections business $698 z" FREE $698 IVERY
said LytaL caller asked that "an oblCtion" chose a medium blue GAL 2114 GAL FREE
will be closed I
on Saturdays Only ;
Palm Beach County Commissioner sheath set off with pink accessories \ J
be placed the
I \ in way
Lake Lytal yesterday G V. Sottong who quizzed of the P&W Road project I and pink carnation corsage I I I on one Saturdays service window from! 8 will:30 be a.m open to I II COMPLETE LINE OF OTHER INTERIOR & EXTERIOR P.UN IS

confirmed that one person a County Commission Chairman I I 12:10 p.m. This window will: cos I II' OPEN SAM. TO 5 P.M,
man who Identified binuelf as Frank'.A. Wacha in the county "He asked If we still had the I solidate il. --of
services registry for
"the head of a taxpayer group"In commission meeting Tuesdaywas deeds to the rieht- .way, and I Girls Scouts Need I' CODs parcel post stamps and gen rour'party Business
Martin County, Kid called president of the Martin told him we did not. but that oral delivery itmasld-l1'on DANCE WITHA Phone AT 74433

him concerning the nght-of-way County Freeholders Assn., a we undoubtedly would cooperate urges all patrons of the' Hobe Sound SMILE TO THE AFflR S PM BY \PPOINT\IENT: : 1
In Palm Beach County neededto Rio group involved in an incorporation in getting them if Martin Sewing MachineThe Post Office to please: transact as ,1;',
match the Pratt A Whitney fight at Jensen County wanted to build the much postal business o n weekdays CARL GRECOSTYLE L Emergency Call AT 7-3226 ;(

Road in Martin County Beach in 1961. road," LUl\ said regular meeting of the Girl ) as possible. to avoid! possible i
waiting in line on Saturdays.
Scout Troop was held at the civic
center at 4 p.m. on Monday He emphasized that no essential I 227 FLAGLER ST
services are affected under
major '
Leader i is Mrs Brenda Goodman '"
assisted by Miss Kay Dennis this order. There will he no changein DINNERS D4NCES: I Stuart, Fla. '
NOW HEAR THISPlease and Rise Pal Breen. delivery of parcel! post to box Route I, Box 56 NN.Nra -
I The current project is the making patrons and all deliveries of all Hobe Sound Florida I OVIRlOOOrfolUjCaittotSTORES :
t of Girl Scout skirts. The girls classes of mall I will be the sameas Telephone 546-S1R7 "io'ttea.' (i.&
: are hoping for the loan or the donation before. There will be no changein COAST TO COAST
rural deliveries -- --- -
route -
or --
service --- ----
I of any sewing machines in -- -
read on and decide for yourself why Commissioner i the area that may not be in use order with the application exception will that be no accepted money

Wacha and Commissioner Saunderson refused to take a lie de. This by their is certainly owners at a the worthy present projectand time. I on Saturdays

tector test when requested to do so by Sheriff Baker, in referenceto I it is to be hoped that someone Little
will come forward and volunteer League
an arson investigation. the girls.some !help. Holds PracticeAnother

When first asked all timeto LINDA SLE WAY big' year for Hobe
agreed to appear at an appointed I AGAIN IN HOSPITAL Sound Little, League j is here

take the test but when the equipment and operator came here Linda Sue Way. four-month-old Coach Howard Way has registered -

from Sebring only Mr. Miller took the test Commissioners I daughter of Mr. and Mrs Howard thirteen Peanut Leaguers -"
Way, was again taken to the hos- and fifteen. Little Leaguers A .i:
Wacha and Saunderson refused. I pita I. suffering her second bout practice game was played I last t tI
with, pneumonia in a month At Thursday afternoon and!. judging !
the time of writing her conditionhad I from the antics of the adult by <{:
The National Security Agency indicated in a recent survey improved, and all hope she will slanders around the field the

that an applicant's refusal to take a lie detector test would require soon be home again players spectators Coach have Way more is fun assisted than the by TIle magic thatWAKES"

that Agency to make a more exhaustive investigation on the per I ROBINSONS CELEBRATE I Tommy Tally '
son who refused Congratulations to one of the
I happiest couples in town Mr. and! MONEY
Mrs. John Robinson. who celebrated .
Don't you wonder why an elected official would prefer you to I their second wedding! anniversary : The :old post office building! :in
doubt-rather recently with an "out to Hobe has acquired a brandnew .
than to clear the doubt?
; dinner" date face. It has been renovated

Take your pen
Could the truth be even more harmful than the doubt? A GOOD STARTING POINT

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rent' reaomraeadatioM' aloof with pertinent, helpful face ,

VOTE FOR oo each Mock. ..

41 Growth Stocks, 41 Cyclical Issues, 21 Income Stock. money.
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6-B filE STUART (Fla.': !) NEWS Thursday n April 23, 1964 Tile Firehouse PurchasedFor Troop 80 Has .T

SALERNO NEWS At the regular meeting of the Awards Court' I 11I
Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary r,

MRS, VICKY PROSK, Correspondent AT 72085Patrol on Thursday evening it was On Friday the Girl Scouts of
reported that the tile for the meet Troop No 80 met and held a
?r ygr.etMw" +sx
patrol were: Sandra Solomon, Susan ing room floor had been pur- Court of Awards

Girls Reynolds. Sherry Trammel!. chased and will be laid within the The girls had completed requirements eta

Debbie Mispel, Reba and Grade very near future, just as soon as for the troop dramatics .

Erickson, Darlene and Diane Hers. the firemen get the opportunity. badge and Leader Vicky Prosk
presented these badges to: Nancysue -
Are man, Katie Kitchens, Debbie i Proceeds from the recent sup McPherson, Carla Haarala, C s ,r pN ,

Sloan, Nancy Meyer Belinda Mor per helped to acquire the tilt Margo Prosk, Checrie Phillips.
I girls who were: on school ns, Madeline Sheets, Alberta Ray Twelve members were present. it Beverly Gauhan| JoAnn Shcl tai sri
uol week a nor. Brenda Wilson. Diane Ah- welcomed ton Paula Mite Corey Donn Diane -
I I'< last were given Rpe"oj the meeting and everyone -
"thank you" hv PulrolwomanMi rcns, with. Barbara and Laura Sim the return of Mrs. Martha IIiz, I Carey and Wilma Stanger
mons as substitutes en after her long absence due to I Scouts JoAnn Shelton MargoProsk
who took them
Norma Stone The girls to he capable j
proved very a broken thigh i bone, and Paula Hue also! receiv-
.skating at .the Fun-o-rania at Gol- on their jobs and may again Mrs Dorothy Hue sad Mrs ed the collectors badge for their
den Gate take turns with the boys on some Myrtle Modatfari were the hostesses efforts in making u collection of
Curls I who the 'future occa..ion.. .
had been working for the meeting horses dolls and shells respectively
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The girls are busy preparingfor
VICTORY tlRCll: MtHS. : a cookout and camping ses
BOOKKEEPER WANTED! ion, to be held this coming week i
Victory Circle of Salerno
Methodist Church met Monday -
Pioneer Club Holds
evening at Mrs Anne Wood
Experienced Bookkeeper Familiar With son's home. Chapter 11 I of Mark Season's Last PartyA ,
was studied and discussed
Posting Machines. The recent silver tea was successful de..ocrt-card. party was raid!
and work will he started by the Pioneer Club at its\ Horseshoe :
Apply In Person soon on the roof Point clubhouse. last VVcdnes.

Members present were: Mrs day. Hostess. for the event was I
Pat Bowcn Mrs. Peggy Osborn. Mrs. Ernest Rodenbaugh. I
FIRST BANK OF INDIANTOWN Mrs Anne Woodson. Mrs Vicky Mending were: Mrs I W \ I
mANlOWN I IL\. Prosk, Mrs. June Bennett and Cook Mrs. Elliott Rice Mrs II I,
Mrs. Helen Plykr I I. Bloom, Mrs E. A. GodfreyMrs 1 i II II I
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Anton Slcigler' Mrs Fred
( { -. """ 'J7' .... Ciatsch, Mrs Anthony Victor Mrs,
i 1IF, ._ George Fritz. Mrs A, A Whiti-i
'f car, Mrs, 1. H, Whilfield. Mrs ) P.
(i. H. lan.igm, Mrs Paul Hcston.

: VOTE FOR Mrs. Walter Bootmann Mrs RoyE
,, Decker, Mrs George A. Hoi
a den, Mrs M W Hale Mrs Don
Jv'A t. Vandervccn Mrs. ( J. Zihlmun

t t't and Mrs ChirksConrad
{ g. i Mrs. T. Cook and Mrs George
Holden were winners ol door

prices. Table prices were won by
SirsJ. Buxom I Mrs G Tlinugm. .
Mrs M Hale and Mrs. Charles

I i.T Conrad
This was the last. party 'tor the
!season as many of the memherswill IN 1Mb JADE ROOM at the Yacht Club, Port Salerno, are, left Murphy. Mrs Spillane is a neighbor of the Murphy family in Ire

he going away for the summer to right, Mrs, Patrick Spillane of County Kerry Ireland; Miss Hillary 1- land Miss Collingwood, a friend of the Murphys is a model for !
months Parties will resume Collingwood of London, England; Mrs Murphy and Owen K. Charles Creed, one of England's top designers

; : .; again in the fall -- -
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IIKISIIXN VOUIII CHOIR VFW Auxiliary PERSONALS: I Pioneers Reduce JoAnn 1an avid! collector of anything I i,
)7 IO .l\t; CONCFRFON : / .
: / IL'ISDAY' : MClir Elects OfficersThe Mr. and Mrs, Frill Grouleff Club's Indebtedness pertaining to horses whetherit

The Christian Youth Choir will and Mrs. Hanson of Riviera Beach be pictures. hooks or htatucsCO .

give a musical. program ut the Auxiliary of the VFW held II were guests of Bea Regli recently A ham dinner was enjoyed by
First Baptist. Church on AIA on its meeting Wednesday evening, the members and guests of the
and the election of ofticcrs took M 4fl CAR
Tuesday. April 28, at 7:30 p.m. Pioneer Club at the clubhouseon 1JACK'S
Mr and Mrs. Bob Mitchell and ,
The public is invited to come .
Mrs Clare Smith elected Mr and Mrs John of Horseshoe Point.
was I' Rosengren
/ Need Your For and hear a of special mu- I it
Support program president; Mrs. Edith Carlstrom, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs M. K. The entertainment committee,
sic and by the youth of our
singing Mrs Margaret of Riviera Beach, and I
community senior vice president: Rosengren with Mrs Howard Miller, chair

A free-will offering will be taken -, Kahn, junior vice presidentMrs i Mr Rosengren: sister' Ven of man prepared the delicious meal.
Mrs Palo Alto, Calif visited with Mrs
Midge Tracy treasurer, I
to defray the of the the dinner the
expenses Grace Hall, chaplain Mrs. Helen Adolph Regli and celebrated the monthly GULF
: JUSTICE OF THE music and any project the group Magarine, conductress; Mrs Katherine occasion with dinner at Pcndoras business meeting was held. STATION
PEACE may decide on. After this event, Proceeds earned by members I
Mrs. Dorothy Restaurant.
Keeling guard; -
the singers will disband for the giving card parties and picnics were
Burke, and
\ summer and reform next fall. It is Mrs Mclvina patriotic Weed instructor made Happy anniversary to Mr. and sufficient to pay off five $100 All Sent<-. Guaranteed
their hope they may be able to was a Mrs. Frank Simmons who celc bonds, reducing the indebtednessof luck Saunderson, Owner

EXPERIENCED *' FULLY QUALIFIED put on plays at some tune in the one-year Mrs Helen trustee Magarme of Coral brated their wedding anniversary. the. clubhouse ,\1Port Salerno AT 72028hals
future this week We are happy td report Those attending were: Mr and
Gardens .
was welcomed .p.new --- --- -- ----
Frank is home from the hospital Mr s W. E. Rice and son; Craig
AVAILABLE DAY OR NIGHT Happy birthday to Judy Oshorn member. Mr and Mrs Howard Miller !Mr ..
May 5 Primary who celebrated her twelllh on The auditing committee consisting We were sorry to say goodbye and Mrs William Papa !Mrs IJ' -:. y.-VC i''' t
of Susan Bolt Stella '
Norwa- ,
.. to Frank and Dclores Rodtnbaugh *
(tad P Politic! Adv ,-- ----- --- --------- jctski, and Margaret Kahn reported who left Monday for their summer Mrs. Elliott Rice, !Mr and Mrs. '
I the hooks had been audited for home in Forte N. J. /I... \ \ 1fiI III
cue. Ernest RodcnbauLh and grandson, : I,. .
the Mrs Smith
year. Delegates I 1. \
CHUCK'S SERVICE Roy Scharwaehtcr Mr. and Mrs. f'
i J
The Fritcher have .
I and Mrs. Moran and alternates, family gone Anthony Victor Mr. and Mrs ,,( / vl .j
Mrs Kahn and Mrs. Tracy, were I to !Michigan for the summer. '" .. 1
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Pi. M.ch.nl.D.ilv.rr Anton t Stcigkr, Mrs. Steiglcrsmother .s> *)/ '! ,J
RESTORE DIGNITY TO Date appointed to attend the district Mr. and Mrs. James Slife and Mrs C'. Grosse. Mr. and i ,:. '4riAQVCILA
meeting to be held Sunday at Riviera "t. ::
Mr and Mrs George Owens of Mrs. Karl Markwordt Colonel and ;
Beach. "
2875019 'Stuart spent last weekend camp- Mrs M W. Hale and Mr and .;
Refreshments were served by .
Lake Darr in Ocala National Mrs francis flaegy.nUBRAnS >
ing at ;
Owned Chuck Stlllwtll
by Mrs Edith Carlstrom and Mis f
THE CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICE OFCONSTABLE Melvina Weed Forest and really enjoyed the ( i. '
: :
Port Salerno "outdoor living : : BIRIIIIHYA : :. ,. ,

Road Service I\VO FII'MS': ARt: !SHOWN ,
birthd ly party t was hel,1Thur..dilY
Mr. and Mrs J. Gorman and
\\ the nicest nay to
afternoon in the homeof
Open 7 days I week Mr and Mrs Eugene Bertolueci .
7 I.m. 8:30 I The Civic Association held ,i of Coral Gardens motored to Fort Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Shelton raise someone spirits
p.m I covered dish supper on Thursday Myers last. week for a sightseeing for their daughter, JoAnn.
at the civic center and about for trip. Helping celebrate her eleventh i' fay 1'').
members and attended birthday were Paula H te, Margo it'do .
ty guests .--
:t A # After the supper two films were Mr. and Mrs Eugene Bertolucci Prosk. Carla Ha irala. Nancysue f1"'V7 I&f. .,.
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shown. 'Come to Texas," by the of Coral Gardens entertained McPherson and Brenda Wilson IJ
../W/, j Humble Oil Company showed all Mr ahd Mrs. Pat Kenny and The girls enjoyed several games 5;?
ArIT1IRf the high spots of that state: the oil five grandchildren who have been but the main event was the cut rn
IN DISTRICT 2 [espial and cattle fields. the beautiful visiting. from Greenwood lake, N ting of a cake attractively decorated OCEAN BLVD! STUART,FLA.
JIIIUI plains, and various large cities J. Mrs. Kenny is the daughter of with a picture of a horse This C3W,AT.7-2300
.- The second film "A Trip to I the Bcrloluccis was of special importance, because.,
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Bermuda,*' covered all of
points I
NOMINATE AND ELECT MAY 5TH interest, and scenes of boat and
Under Management of air travel.
(apt. Poky Knmbrslsen: --- I
"". AT 1147Shipyard We regret to hear that Mr, and
'.. # ,. .. ot ." Salerno SALERNO I' !Mrs Ted Free and family have I 0g
*T ?.a7de moved to Port Charlotte, due to : 4

a job transfer.! ___ ,

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who has been a resident for 17 years .. 'e a j '
H.re' How Florida's

; homixmntr A man who knows the d SENIOR SENATORSPESSARD '

I'I'A ,.w ,
and respects it! Who promises that k .. LaM ti-

No 7Vo/> Drives
or against motoristswill i. r : w v ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL

Senator Holland says:
ever be used./ "At this moment, I should bo with you In Florida ,
___ seeking your support In the coming Democratic primary FOR CONTINUED ORDERLY GROWTH\
IOM tllll\.ION: / :' In my bid let nnominoMon to tho United Slal.i Senate
Instead, I am la Washington en urgent famines .
more Important to M all became I feel| the Civil
Rights Bill new before the Senate would be-bad loglito AND PROGRESS IN MARTIN COUNTY
NOMINATE AND ELECT Don for all our cinnnt and one which, even if passed,
Will b* doomed to failure by the fact of its very coercive
nature. This bill would put such fanta>H power la the
hands et the otlomty general that we could come dose Re-Elect
to being a pelko state, For this reason, I am spending
) my campaigning time In Washington o doing the job
you sent me ta do. In the meantime, I warmly ask you
< TOMWETHINGTON to consider my past sorvice to you and our great Stale
of Florida and return me to the United State Senate asyour
senior Mnotoi" John F. Jack SaundersonMARTIN
I UnoKM Holland k as .....J .. year U i. i.n.l.rrenlnd oaa.Doria ( )
tha. y. ro ha law n is.d ..meaty K .lhh
amens 57 D.ooresi, Mm b.n .t rte. S nal..


1 1l PRIMARY MAY 5th

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11(1( : STUART (llorlda) NEWS Thursday April ZJ. 1964 7.8''


MRS AMTA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5582 Ib.1ge

I Civic Group Will Sponsor

Political Rally SundayThe 'k'

regular meeting of I the I good representation from t>u r
Palm City CIVIC Organization, "a' area, so all Palm City resident SAUSAGE FISH STICKS
held April J 14 at the civic center. are urged to attend and ask questions fBACON
The members voted to have a of the candidates ,

26 political at 2:30: rally p.m.on al Sailfish Sunday Park April in in The increasing organization membership is interested. Dues F 11,,.lh. Ib. 99c & 37c 21h. 69c 3RVtllSllOM to.oz, $1 00
Stuart. are $3 for a couple and S. for an AVM pkgs. .
Free refreshments will be servedby individual. *"
the Civic Organization
Candidates for the County Commission Youth Fellowship :\' GLAZED CVNNH O\I III.UXE IRO/IN CArN! JOHN'S QUICK; FROZEN

in tee coming election will Ham 4 :can 419 Pizza Pies 89c Deviled Crab 6Z39c
be present for a question and an Honey turn ::
iwcr forum by the public Plans Work DaysThe

In case of rain the rally will
be postponed until Monday April Junior and Junior High I "Super-Right" Western Ikcf
27 at 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship of the Congregational SUNNYHROOk GRADE: 'A" FLORIDA
The organization would like a Church have planned Work
Daya for Christ on Friday and
Saturday April 24.25. They are
prepared to do any odd job, lawn Dozen
The Bosts work window-washing and whathave I Ic 39c
""ulf:If, you Williams need AT their 3305 services i ROAST

or Mrs MOre AT 7.1239.
On Wednesday at 3:30 p.m? Save At A&N Our Kvety; Day Low Price! WI 11TH BEAUTY
Are Back members will visit the colored nur-
sery in Stuart with Mrs Helen Center First
Bozone, Mrs. Lcta Williams and Cut CUt Ib.
Dr. and Mrs Gorge H. Bost Mrs Maydelle Moore 69d 1 79c SHORTENING 3 49c
have returned to their home in St. They will give the nursery; gift Lb. Lb. can
Lucie Vista liter three monthsof of a blackboard two crib quilts
work and pleasure in Jamaica. and two crib sheets.Women's t .

as They Barbados came and home by b plane> bout the as rest far Fellowship "Super-Right" Lean Special MINESTRONE, V IvG; BEEF, TURKEY or CI UCMiiS VMJhTAIM.R:

of the way. En route they visited Met Wednesday
several of the finish West Indian
Islands, St Kills, Martinique, St. The Women Fellowship of the PORK LOIN SOUPS
Lucia, Dominica und Antigua and Congregational Church had an CAMPBELL'S 5mlf2..87cQuarter ;
St. Croix In the Virgin Islands, interesting meeting last Wednesday -
and found them all beautiful and with nineteen members pres.

interesting While Jamaica cnt Sewing was done on the quilt. *
in they were kept .
busy teaching at lona School withan project and reports from those' who I Sliced 59"Allgood Special! CumpMls Barbecue Spiclnl'! Ann Puue line. or Broad Special! Siillunii Slruw lurry

enrollment of about I 150 stu attended the workshop in Lake I.. 5 It'call' Noodles AMR 29c Preserves 3 :.n $100
dents including native Jamaicans Worth were given before luneh Beans 87 c Egg : : ,:
In the afternoon a program on
Orientals and English children
the letter from Paul to Brand SlicedBACON
They have become so interested Timothy. Special! Sultana lipet'lull! Ann l'uK' Zesty. SjHilul! All Huvorn Beverage Mix
the duties of the otti

In to Jamaican the do what needs people they and can potential that to(hey acquaintthe of plan the ,I cers concerning given.of the church and pastor was '' :: : Salad Dressing T35c;: Ketchup 2 bl''I::; 33c Nestles t Keen ";; 37c

American with the Two duets were sung by Mrs
people line Suvtlal! family Fire S|> clull Rltrnex
opportunities for helping these fine John Patterson and Mrs Nora Special! Stan Page Really
people They plan to return to Deen. quart Towels 2J"' '' 63c
Mayonnaise 49c Napkins lZE; *
Jamaica for further periods of: The speakers' table was decor
service in the future. ated with snapdragons and gar
Jcnm 2 lb. pkg. 89 c

Youth Group After the program each memo Fresh Tender Green srijli
was given a gardenia'
Wins BannerThe Anna Laura Circle POLE :;

youth of Assembly of God Nominates Elects STAMPS
Church attended a Youth Rally NO NO
in Vero Beach last Monday night The Anna Laura Circle met at y \I .... ;lij PunhM! !
and. were awarded the West Palm the home of Mrs, Alice Mallory HOLES! HOLES! r BEANSWlll.'t.u. of llorme I r
Beach sectional banner for having on'' Wednesday, April 15 ; : II I
'he most points. The following officers were SAUSAGE: 3 7Sc I
The youth of the section meet nominated and elected: President,
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the first Monday of each month Mrs. Charlcne Minear; vice president i. ":' C cl tkm tar.,ArIlS.. MI.. 4 II-M I

the and Palm the next City meeting Assembly will on he Mon.at ,treasurer Mrs. Joyce Mrs' Robinson; sccrctary : \ 2 lb. 2 9< ..._._...1..__....._:._..kr1..__...... IiJj'

ti ly. May 4_.__ __ Members present t tAI were: 7s.1, --._ .N
Addle Chribtnun. Mrs. Jessie- -u IB a iiiiiiii
schell, Mrs. Nora Deen. Mrs Julia FRFSII nORmA '
Lane Mrs Alein Senne and Mrs PLAIDSTAMPS

Maydelle The Circle Moore.will make corsagesfor : EGG PLANT lbs.

Mother Day Anyone wishing y 2 2 ge With IM. C.u..ea uuraku .r
Freshas to place may contact any x for 6 Can* of Dash
member or Mrs Carolyn Allen DORtoon ,
the chairman. AT 7.3S911. II
1 IJ: ; SQUASHMW ;. 61.16 99 Ci.

aLFA Volunteer Firemen i. i: O4 thru..,.Awl!aM4, 4-ll-M

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Palm Fire ---
called to City two fires Department last week The was NEW ;
first, on Monday was an empty 2 FOR 29c ;
n house off Cornell 0 n Eleventh I f's PLAIDSTAMPS
Street, where a fire had gotten out 'POUND AVI,RACE UJ!
of hand and set the woods afire.
The second was a boat fire at ilil* ... .. .'
I the Panaro home on Slate Road Jane ParkerWhite WATERMELONSea. 2 a:of Gold Ring
714. It was caused by a short in ONION 0
the wiring and the boat was completely : '. RINGS L pkg.78c
Enriched Bread
demolished. IR ...., .
( I sal l Ihra | Aurll II Ml* 6aaea I

Hqfitfct l Chapel l NewsOn BETTER TEXTURE! BETTER EATINGI A &P Frozen Food Sale L :: .a:
Thursday, April 23, the ............::::::=::::::::::::...
WMU of Indian River Baptist Association : latH'H-> '_. .
will hold an all day meet. NO HOLES '
ing at the Palm City Baptist Chap. A&1 FROXKN PLAIDSTAMPS
Sfraighfto el. West Ninth Street, from 10 THIN SLICtl) OR DORA flUN !SLICED rs" ias i
a m through .m. !I

A nursery will be provided for POTATO MORSELS Wild IkU C*.._ M4 ,....- .. I
mothers with small children: Sand. lHlb.loaf25cAmerican
wiches should be brought for Sell Polishing |loot W I
lunch: other refreshments will be AERO quart I11b
Mfved by the women of the chapel : 2.Ib. WAX tan 77 C I
Revival services conducted: by Beauty Brand c-Ilh"Aprllll. Mi.. 4--04 ,
will begin Sunday 19 C 29 C
YOUR Key from\ at April the 26 chapel/through and May continue: 3. Corn t Carrots Potatoes pkg. I pkg. :::: : :

DOOR PERSONALS: Pinto, or Great Northern BeansVEGETABLES AJJ4P Frozen 3 1 Ib I '

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bracken STRAWBERRIES -) pkp.: $ 1 25Extra PLAID ;
I have returned to their home it t
{Lewiston, N. Y., after three STAMPS
months at St. Lucie Vista A&P 5s79 WI" c..- ,....- .. :
] Myrna Mead has finished her 1. 'QZ. GREEN PEAS FROZEN: C Bettyus. Cracker Inldllllt :
BtllV lrc.
junior at the University of "T 1\1\SIIED 7-01. '
year I 35cG..e
Florida, Gainesville )'fr. and Mr*. 6 cans 6 9c PO'fAl'OES pka. !!
Myrlen Mead went last Thursdayand GREEN BEANS *&uru' 579'. C rArr eq..MAl aMt... 4.1.14 !
stayed over night to help her !
<: pack and bring her home. ._......_---_._-_..-- .-I:
Mrs.' Jessie Burrell it now ableto
I'' ; use crutches: and has returnedto Spcclul! Jane Parker IMcullm lb. 25 C
her home at fort (t t. Lucie HVWAIIANPUNCH ,1 lib, A-0r. FLBOW MACARONI: p... jay. Only PhlfStamps
\ Mr: and Mrs. Clifford Korman, Cherry Pie e.h 45c M1lartrare Frozen K ?
$ .Cet Fine Gilts Faster
State College, Pa., were callers at : 20e (
por ME ...... .. ... IM> our ,
the home of the John Patterson AIUMTIC t lads n*towAwr ncSpcclul
or At Your on Wednesday, lT39cBENNETTS Sptclal'! .Jane ParkerPeach Sunshine lib,
1lb. 31c
STORE Ralph Reddick spent the week. Pie ..... :rh39c KRISPY CRACKERS ben i
brother Jaye 10-0' !

ALJ.aiuu turned here for several days' visit FIX A DRINK ) Jane Parker "hUe POTATO anps pk.. 59c
] Mr and Mrs. Winston Yinglmi Wheat t Bread 2ii33c I\In.n IIQuIe 10-0' $179
and family and Mrs. Marietta 3 $100 ISSTANf m'FE Jaw PRICED IN THIS, AP GOOD THRU S\T. APRIL 25. 1964ALUMINUM
Yinglmg spent Sunday in Eau bottle.
Call AT1.2464 Gallie with Arden and !Ned Ying-

Homl Fir Ruulii DeIjers. when Marsha each their and received birthday Phillip gift Daniel on*. Monday Marsha celebrated Reynolds Wrap BABY FOOD I BABY FOOD I ; I HOT SHOTbomb

was IIIU eight eleven( e*on Saturday Monday.and Happy Phillip :: 33e 8 )In 89' 1lb.eta.. 290 8 t In 8<'= 'tee J9c i 8ge

r birthdays( ;

._Till SIIART. (Kla.) _"NFWS uu Thursday: April_23._ I I'lItHl1S 1964, I Most at Palm I leach I}(cart Hall Be We: "h feel and privileged Martin counties that .Palm can i I! ClllinRFVS DM Sit LPA HOME J[I unit office under the direction of I|I The Port of Baltimore,/ -,I' ,
----- ------------ ---------- the Mid-Mate Division for the I cd us waterborne foreign 11 I
I contribute this and large amount to I south coastal division of the time being. Frank Bethany n now .by 'IS 8 per cent last \eir,
help prevent control heart i -- -
Two-County Heart Fund Drive .. i"'I\e, nigh blood pressure -I C hildren's Home Society of Florida in charge ot the work for this I ,.
rheumatic fever inborn heart it proposed to !serve the counties area. I II
; detest: and other. heart and blood! I of Palm Beach St. Lucie, Mar I I II /hEW YOURtlWSLIUNSE
Garnered Total of$194,596 vessel: l di,'''''iscs: Fischer: said. I tin. Okcechohee and Indian River. One 'pepper field i i n Martin /
In addition to applauding the I Last month an office was opened I County will be picked .as much RING YOUR
( onlrihulions to date for the Palm Bench and Belle Glade anda support of the drive at 307 North Dixie in West I as ,sixteen times to yield peppersat

J I'JM Heart Fund Campaign in fusion show In I lobe Sound, fhomat' extended the Heart Association i Palm Beach. It will operate as a __ their____prime_ BIRTH/ MONTH
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!Palm Beach and Martin t s appreciation I to The Stuart - -
rained" $-.72K, which is above that : :: I
total) SI94. 96.92. it was announced ''of i I News and other news media for
today by Stale Representative previous years their co-operation, and to the lay- : SANDY
lioach 'I Ihc splendid' men, physicians and reined! I II
Jerry Thomas of Palm Couni alr'C'd: : pro SANITONE 79c
i Hcail 1 Fund chairman the people of I fessionuls who volunteered th.lr'' TIME TO 6 MOW EACH
s Martin countiei to the 19f.4 Heart time and effort to help conduct SAYS -
This I is a record< amount raised
i dramatic evidence ,.
Fund appeal is I the """rv \ CLEAN
for the two-county Heart Association that they understand the !seriousness I ?". G
"Without such
broad and whole or Blankets cleaned
Thomas reported "All '' packaged
of the heart problem, Thomas ,
major division' of the drive" have sold. Dealt disease killed 20- I way ol support bringing" we the would Heart Stop haveno I BLANKETS ( in heavy Vinyl zippered bag ready

surpassed previous years 102 persons In Florida lust year ; lo the peonie' of this ."
community for home
Funds are still being received a number equal to almost t all the the chairman stated, STORAGE FOR fi I storage. ($429 Value/ !)
at the Heart office, and it is expected people in a town the rite of Luke
that checks and memorial Worth" 3 for $3

Kilts will 'boost,: the: total by severalthousand Carl A. Fischer president announced I VALENTINE'SBOOK
dollars that approximately $120;
The residential Heart Sunday 000() of the total funds will he used & RECORD: SIIOP
canvass, headed by Mrs. l.cen locally to sponsor research. cdu 329 Fast Ocean Blvd. Phone AT 7-1755 for Free Pickup and Delivery

A. Hoguilh yielded 2328476. : cation and community service procrams IMSH: > AIL IMYUDKSims
Buineand professional canvasI Additionally. the local chup- \ r
raised !67V242 Implant solicitations ler will he able to contribute I
had reached $19411 as 000 to the slat and nulionul ot- ( May 6lh vvalZlteH6 20 tOM\1LRtl\L:
of April I 15 I 1 ices for use III (Mean research For the Summer SI'JENSEN BEACHAND

These figure include 1121 '.'sHin programs .icros the counts
I Heart Sunday funds from Martin -
County and $104) from 1 the
\ IN ML'ARI GAKDINlarxfaitng : business canvass, headed by Mrs
Grace Hall/ Mr and Mrs tester
( in FloridaAmaryllis l.Hngh.im were in charge of Heurl
Sunday. I I

The Palm Heath lean I Rail
Culture with Mrs I Homer H Marshmanas
chairman netted $12721711 v BACK
for the Heart Association Of this
amount $12( .500 that was donatedby
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weyen
Depends on berg has been used to :purchase:: i r i pr Ir "
a Pho-Dot t Scanner for Good Samaritan v

By IIFR\[Y SIIVKTF, If you want to propagate by Other Hospital special events' including P"t

Florida Agrkullural Extension cultage; then make use of a sharp successful Heart:: Balls I in North c

Service knife at digging time late in the __n. _____ t
summer Cut; the mother bulbs
The amaryllis it like some debutantes into a number of pieces-up to amaryllis, Occasionally the lubber
--both must watch their sixty if you are an expert. Be sure grasshopper and the caterpillar JACK !
diets if they are to l tc beautiful. each piece has a portion of the stage of the Spanish moth feedon 4-
situation is basal ol the the plants Control these
However, the more stem tissue or plate .
with of three tablespoons
with the scales a spray
acute with the bulbs than bulb attached to the
of either 40 cent to\a
maiden because too much food Next dust the wedges with fcr- per 40
phene wettahle powder or per
will not even produce a "wall- ham or thiram to prevent diseases cent chlordanc wcltable powderIn
1 lower'So and plant immediately in a flut orbed
a gallon of water.
if this sprmg't attempt at containing a mixture of peat
growing tall.stemmed garden beau- and sand or other porous medium
tics produced greenery and no If the weather, is humid I and
blossoms, it'l a good guess that moist, small bulhlels will form r MARTIN COUNTYWANTSNEEDS
you had a heavy hand in the fcr between the scales of the cut piecesin v
tili/er bag. Prolonged drying of about four weeks These will he li
bulbs, planting immature bulbs, too ready for potting or planting alter mJ {
much shade, and soil too rich in one growing season and should w
nitrogen also cause flower failure. bloom in two or three years.
When planted in deep shade amuryllis In seed propagation harvest t the rs,..
plants often die. seed pods after they turn yellow
Amaryllis is one of a group of and begin to break open. Next
plants that when grown in a soil dry the needs for a few days and "s'J' pr it M t ( A MARTIN COUNTY
with high nitrate content tends tovegelaio plant them in a flat or a bed. He
profusely, according to sure the soil is well drained and
Dr. T I I. Sheehan, ornamental shaded. The amount of light should < w sr
horticulturist with the Agricultural be Increased after the young plants _
Experiment 'Stations. come up until they can stand full i MAN WHO KNOWS
You can overcome the! "all sunlight,.
.i leaves and no flower" situation Indoor gardeners who can't wait
by using' fertilizers low i in nitrogen the three years for the seedlings
or by c'nnling' the bulbs in to reach the 'debutante stage," can
lest fertile soil and giving i the purchase mature bulb and! force OUR PROBLEMS
plants a short supply of water them to bloom in about eight .
during the lute stages of growth weeks at any time of the year For r
How much and what Kind of this inside job, pot the bulb with
fertiliser one-half to two-thirds of t the WILL DO SOMETHING ABOUT THEM. .
bulb above the soil I and maintain
When establishing a new amur- law Gradual and Form.r
a constant temperature These two
vllis planting apply only a poundof
Special Assistant to
a 1.3.3 ratio (nitrogen. phosphorus factors-with Induce early flowering a bit of luck-will U, $. Attorney v A ,, 6
potassium) fcrnli7cr per s + A kr ( WHO GETS THINGS
100 feet of bed space. Doling out Diseases are not serious in amarylln I' 24 Y.art of law and ,
this meager amount of plant food production, but it i 11 a t
keeps rank growth to a minimum. sound practice to keep an eye Progrtuivf Public Sorvlco c ? aka s ;'

Bulbs that are flowering now open for a f :ro known: "redblotch" Cited for Fair and
will he ready for digging this fall t or k for I DONE FOR
At harvest time remove the offsets red spots on leaves, stems and Impartial Regulation

plant from them the, tfn"Jt:; bulb: da and climate I peluls To prevent the disease souk Now Serving as Chairman

it will take about three years bulb in a I/I,((100th hichloride of of' Florida Public Utilities MARTIN COUNTY
before the .offsets reach flowering mercury solution before planting,
si/c But in the meantime the If the fungus shows up on plants, .
"mother" bulb will furnish you you may lessen the severity of the "
with color. attack by spraying with a neutral 11II
In addition! to offsets you can copper spray at the rate! of one JACK H. WILLIAMSON Martin Hasn't Had A Senator For 10 Years
propagate umuryllis by seed! and by I I ounce in two gallons of water.
cullagc Insects don't usually gnaw on

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111.I*: SILVRI (tlurlilui I I ,I's IhiirsdnjApril .t.". 1964 !.
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,000 Cases of Stolen Scotch Heldn .'' .

Trailer Truck at Martin's Jail ,.f1: I' I' a ,.,

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ent Posed ,

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More stolen whisky than hasbeen
seen in one batch in Martin '
ounty since the days or the hi .\>>"1.a r a.ii-, .
Backers has been under guard at t '
the rear of Martin County jail ". .;i'
I It consists of I I.OO( cases o t '
[Harvey's Scotch fresh In" .. J 1:
from Scotland to Miami, rough-
fly valued at 60000. \
I The whisky, stolen from a Miami Y v ll p 1
[ warehouse and packed into a
I giant trailer truck which was stolen a :.
from the warehouse of Marvin c) '', !
I agents B o c h, D of e r. 3150 Inc, NW manufacturers Fortieth :'j'jNr1RYEY5 .,.. '( \. .. .

Street, Miami last Wednesday
night is technically in the custody .a. we+..rr N. ,r"TMar? w f, .." .. ?L. ._J... ... ., :.t..M_ '..: ..I";
of Martin County Sheriff Roy .
1 guard by Baker's deputies and ., .
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agents of the State Beverage Department
0 n a twenty-four-hour Crow tier in Recomi e dation: Mission, mdicutcd thai it would I It costs a Martin (ounh chi"
basis ,'ici ,)1the ordinance m the near I inthemum: grower SIOOOU) h1''''- I
Annouccincnt of the seizure. i iilu re. ,pare one acre of land! for planln .
but not the full details wan made I _
NARYEYs I May Be Opened for ---------
by authority of Richard Keating, NARnYS Way a
director of the State Beverage!! Department ws I
Tallahassee on Saturday ,.
Little Dixie
It was the result of some thirty Mortuary f ,
days of 'negotiations't betweenthe Il tl
: 'alleged: ;liquor i thieves and State I A funeral home may yet be. end of this strip, and there Though Afritl I Showers I ))
Beverage Department agents posing the south aide of the
sated in Little Dixie store on '
as bootleggers May Come Your Way, (
Two weeks stretch.
The "deal" actually began in ago I \j
for the front R-2 to ( Crowder'k recommenda .
North Florida weeks re zoning
some ago } ,,,, /1 Still lie Chic
when the Beverage Department of two lots, to permit the receive PAD approval, and
learned that "a Miami crowd was struction .fn undertaking i commission confirm it. the is, 0 I
offering to sell cheap whisky" d.. s tablishment I : to be operated: ; i of a building permit would If f }You See KI fray .
With a Beverage Department Stone Funeral Home of matter of routine
i agent posing as "an agent for the Pierce, was not recommended I a discussion of the
buyers" a deal was set up by the Planning Advisory. Board, '\\ sign ordinance, held at
i which the I I.IXIO( cases were "pur- the grounds! that it would C(} ,sumo get-together, _the com-
chased' for $27.(000.() with $3. tute 'spot zoning:' the"e,1 11
a -
:I (000 down payment being made. MILRltF ROY BAKER, Deputy Jim Holt Murray Williams, agent, and William Eddy investigator However, at a joint meeting I '
[The beverage agent posing as repreCntutive for the State Beverage Department pose with captured load of Scotch the PAil and the City '

possession of for the the loaded buyrrs truck took and lywood; John Michael Shea Miami I that a search of the Four O'clock agent, Live Oak, helped guard the on Manager Wednesday Joe Crowder, April pointed 15, C' i )() & RrCORI) SHOP lo
drove it to Stuart, "on his way ; and Robert Fanning, Fort Club turned up six stolen driver stolen liquor hile it was uf Stuart. that since Tenth Street will 329 East t Ocean Blvd. utYS
to Jacksonville lauderdale. I license blanks Finley said that bly become an arterial highway tUSII:)) ALL DAY
Four Mmmiuni arrested were: Bond was set at $50000( each, the leader of the gang was still be. Martin County biggest grove the foreseeable future, it \\Fnl'f'MYS
Joseph Patrick Campcrlcngo, | but only one of the arrested men, sought owner is Minute t Maid i And Minute not be inconsistent to change Beginning !May 6thFur LOIS KRISIOI HJttLN: : Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD
thirty-eight, owner of the Four Campcrlengo put up bond. B. K. sag Maid is wholly owned by Coca C-l the blocks between Summer MI.L \\AIION
O'clock Club. Hollywood; Edmund Fmlcy district supervisor for the I Investigator William Eddy Jacksonville Cola. It now controls 12,000) I and Tarpon Avenues>>. There i in>> PAUI.INK. SUNthru; Saturday MIONK: : 2H744S1IIP .
Petrocme, thirty-five, Hoi- Beverage Department, Miami, said and Murray Williams,.acres of land in this county. ready one spot C-I l zone at
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Devote my full time and ability to the honest, licenses as the needs of the people re

fair and impartial administration of quire. 1M

justice and the duties of this office.

: Establish Juvenile Counsel made ..
..,-_:-t. a Advisory ? t J

Establish part-time assistant juvenile counselors up of young men and women selectedby

in all sections of our county, and their fellow High School students

will establish such sub-agents for the to work with the Juvenile Court.

sale of hunting, fishing and driver's ,

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I opened my office in Stuart for the practice of law seek election to the position of County Judge A position

Whatever success I have achieved since then has been where I will be able to serve all of the people fair

the result of the confidence placed in my ability by the ly honestly and impartially, administering justice with }

people of Martin County, and my deep personal desire understanding as to the people's problems, but with firmness

to represent the people as their attorney, fairly and as to what is right and what is wrong. If elected

\'. without regard to my own personal views. The best your County Judge, I will devote my full time to the u

I, interests of my clients has always been my only concern. duties of this office, serving you, the people of Martin

Since the majority of my clients are the people of Martin County.

J County, I believe that it is only natural for me to






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I::: : : 10 1I..Off ..il.ir l :: APRIL :

Si.S I! !. : \ ) Ir14-I, 11 an..Rammmw fpr Bible OriolM ... N T It': rbtl lhSpyg, 19/:11..,WNtnn, Sport., YpM Memin II, ., ', ; ,: :.: 'f :" "; 1" '

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11'.11 p r 1.30-10 WraaUllw /1/0-7 tfi'.ua.Evmlnf ill/-I S...... mntMtor, "OiUlu* *ftk. r < ; ''; j' 1. tflli. ,
U Know Your lllbla Hlitony of Art 'ktj d;Fi 1: n '" J.' '' .ta:,. ,"
9t,00-4 IiOO, +I Utar and to* Story .00-1..9 Mot th Praia (Color) SilO-111 Molly T..... _. _, _" r:. ...S .....a n,l<. ..
T Watrk I* Miami pen <'t"..f r.nc. S to 10 H r Pan
10 ""Iurd.Mr, Hop Wlurd ,19 Ch." ".plen.fclp IIHd,. too=.I Mrrb,mok.n CIOM to My Its.rt" MR*. W. A. RtrrLfeDGt ot the WCTO and member of th< Loyal Temperance Legion discuss with
: 1111-IS W. '*ant W KnowIIS t Mori. OMW "
It DNA t* th. .'.b.' Ft. IAlt.
l.7 fte ;; ,..30Hold Journm -All 7 Pr BMMntin .........rdi30 ...... Mayor( Ray Cooke, the proclamation !"ued by Oavernor Farn Bryant proclaiming April 19-2J at

JI J 8.11_ 6.7 Leo Annln net MIlwauliMIt .. -4 Hawallu* K>* (lI.m., .. Monday <>Mpt) Youth Temperance Week throughout the State of Florida.

.. TIIA II Praitund fUek.r.It 11,11-1 Movl.*, "Mr. UO"
1'116Mom.n.rd of KforuIiOO I too 4 Lav .. .
9 of '*
'ia-11 "- : -4 Hitt*.flMt Ybitd.n.cepsp. 1* Movl*, "Mil. Roodl.

1.I ChampMlifkla" Wraatllne NI,hUI/. the Gold Coait 4 SO-4 Movl.Patti.r. I. Ri<-h.lor"< .
:Z- 11 TUA on DAVID CLEMENTS NOW The word tornado comes front California has seventy-two
T Mnvl.. .
7,00-"d Lawl. Color I ) .. IMurn of th Yrontl.raBaol0
1.30-t lt'. Dane* S-1 Bill bana Mow man BACK FROM OKINAWA the I tic pubI I
1. Thoo I Cloud 7 T1l.atr Spanish tronada, meaning : Junior colleges, serving an
W.athw :
II Nwa lawt Ps..P C.m.n
15.12b. 4iOO, -4 Baltl'fl.M. ,30-4 II, ..-..ortto Marital Lao-/ 1.1.Lvonln. Army Private David E. Clement thunderstorm. rollment of approximately 430,
; S atari and th. glory .
t 7 Wall
!511-._{ II 10 Halter./ l.rky 1..11 ...Dl.rt.y.... (Color) .. IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Jo\eph
11:. 4 ISO-4 llaMlafMd7 of **rt. "'00-4 M SaUltan Showarl01.7 .,lOO..4-1 N.... W.*th*>, ..- J. Clements, Stuart, and other

a Dmk :: ; :. I 0 <'ontplo" W..llln. 10.11 Amit Urladl and Trial f .HM'I.Wii.h.: ; : lrwthn.' ..
II (110.. I .,,110-I.1 Mr. Norsk.. Oun members of the 4th Transporta-
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lit**- *- MrI Norsk -11 U>uin>
11 .. a.r Itfa-7. Bath lion Command's 117th Transportation
of HponaIi30 :
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":.a-4 I .. 4 C.n ._. II N... Company returned to Fort
IpoI II 7 ,dhow :of th. WMk (Colorl S.ZS-4 Wathr.
I .nM : : &...In, 10 Mo.... 'I'h. Pu. l. Plain' 5140.1 N... .. Eustis, Va, on April 6 from par

1* ._ ..00-4 H..., Sport. W..thS ... 11 DMA P HuntkyBrlnbty Ropon ticipation In Operation "Quick Re
It .T N... 10,_4 What Mr LI..., II M..k '.
1 os-I l ...3011..11.... Fy!: II TaAIItoo It Nl.hl LIT of th. Gold Coaat lease" on Okinawa.
.rO( -U S Prutur.4 FII,k.,. o...,." "'.... W..th_. hail.It "|4S-4 N.w*-WalMf 41........
7 Outlook Nowt II N... Clements' stevedore unit supported .
} 10 Movl.' ..P........" t,IIII-' M..w... "lIolh.. Watem? ,,00-4 Rod gb.lto
4t4_I Idu..ttn Knploiloo. I Moot Asdrn's and tho LI.n" S Tool BwrI the operation landing heavy
I ftOO-S MontavanlT 10 MI.mUneovad/ Movht. M. Golden Clrr
Rlnirraphy II UonrrtDMtt of th* Pol. 10 Potpourri equipment and supplies from conversed
It HIh.., Patrol I tO -It rlirhtwauk ... t II TIE ships in this air-
(" 1,30- JuriiliIlloaaol. 4,OS-It Movl. N.... t ,.80-6.1 Mr. Novak victory JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
':I a.4 ::= S "..nll.. ClnuaT - - III.It Combat lea movement of an entire Army
of / Th. Ll.ut.naut MONDAYAPKIL ,,00--4 til, tthow. "Th. .....n LlUtl task force. The
S .:OO.4 II Hootmanny "0" brigade twenty- Air Conditioned Chapel
t With .. I,30-4 1 h. l.f.ndrr It S.30--1. You Dont Bay Color.) four-year-old soldier is a 1960
1 ..0..., t Jar Hlahop 10.11 M.Hulo'* Navy .
of Martin
I 10.11 L.._.... Wrlk Mont, .:00-S-7 Richard Boon Show graduate County High
CB |.00-1-7 Muvl.. Reluctant T>but. ." 1,06-a.9 CootJnonl4ll CIa.._ 10-]13 dreamt Ohow on Earth: School R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS
,|30-4 I'Ml! Kllv.ra 1,11-4 Ounrt.. _.....r. 'Ia1..7 OrSr. Cole
I U.IS; : l 0 Hollywood P.I.l .* Varfoty ... and a...... .t30-4 J.ek Benny I.U'L till PIITISMMMTIV : : Licensed Funeral Directors
1'Iw-1S ) ...M>-4 Oinamuk 630-1 Col..... of tII. Alt 7 Dick Pow.ll Thntr
t 4.10: -4 ._10 UnUHiohaltl. ,., Conllnonlol CI..roo. (10.... IO.OO. 4 G..., Nan DhowS THM ('IRI" IT l'OI BTOPTllp: 1012 1NDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART
I 7 Mmrh>. II Th. D.puty _10 8unn.* Scholar .7 B.ll T.lwhon Hour 111T11. .II Dlt I" I"('lIT 0''
S.4S. -. l i4S-10-11 Mak That Spar 4)i4_ N... I. spools t.7 Andy Wllll.m. (alt.. .....) color) 4ND F'OM Mllt. .
too-4, I f 10, It N.w. 7 Hunahln Almana. Il.IS Th. PunltlIloo1.1.1.11 .. HI"C:: tiTY. I' ('l1AACKlt).
I ; I II::iOS-10 fop. I In Snort. ':SS-It N..... Watk.. N_., Wthr, ....... ..ri"b. STTiT Telephone AT 7.3434
I 1.00-4-S 1110rhomplonohlp WiwatllntIS 7,OO-4 Po...,. Playhoua It 101... JESB n. KWDNENPlalhl;
7 N.... r :: -4 Mnvl.. "Th. Bravado. >.7 Tod.v 11 HO- II N.w., Wool),*, Sports: I Ift. Ambulance Smtc 1
10 p.,.. ;It130--i:: : Oih.r/ Worll.: ,.30-4 N..> 11126Pool... Hlav. ghlp' I M-Hoot Oxygen EqulpmeatLUHR'S
: p ilO-1| Movl.. "Itattl. C."." 10 CarouuelI 1 1II Ilt30-1-7 Tonlcht with Jonnny Carlo NORVMAA JEAN IfVtPHBVoTirn : .
t .>IS-, a IK Movl.. Follow M. Qul.tly" Com.dy' '!' .. .n DntruAtnL
11 VmtiM I II ltaU.ht Th.._ 7 US-16 But Mot For.otto. Mnvl., Britl.h A.nt' > oi HUT
-4 Wmtllno I... Tans T ISO-10 '.... It at.rllnht 1 b..... TO: VORMA JEAN KNLPSEV
S 1.00-10 Dai.. Club .tOO-4 Captanl Kalifftr 11.90. -10 Hpanlnh News all lord Strutnrrnody ( 7 'r' a tM
T p..tIe7" I (liOB-|i Nlnhtw.teh Show N*. 1 S-7 T.d., 1,011 Nmhlwate. aonls4106II ('' Hill, Maryland. ," ; wll
IS Nlcht I I.ao-l Champlon.hlp WrnillnfSUNDAY 10 Dolna Colon.., : Movl TOU \RE llrnFMT: NOriFIFT
I .3..0 Moot. ""..p...,." II bun .. Th tel - thR' a 'nmplolnt for lIlvorce and
1 1101-1s, 110..'. H. S OS-10 Foeualizo WEDNESDAY other rrllef Ima been broughtoiirt
-io Ganln Pa.. "...In., you In .ha .bon .t)1.11
: I.30-S-7 Too./ Bbow APRIL M <' and you arr. herphy rrqulrrt

APRIL 2Trt 10 R.port to ietv a ropy of your Annw.r ran.,. +rPM
p 11 Mornlnf PlathotlMSi4S MorningRinis or other written let mono p 0 n
0"I Meln; -10 Advtntur. Tim ( a Monday gnat) rirOKUE! U PINK. IHI4 flnivry
1.80Tn .. Show riulldlnic Vent aim Hoiii-h.' Horilla
1:00-4 II"" ", Moth.r Dldn t Toll -
; ) : 1-11. Nowa. and W..1Ioao M." .100-4 Movl.' "Dnaffi Girl1 on or before thililih day of
,011-4 """n. .III.. '
.n O'wml.lr'Imm. 7 Movl., "Th. EUcond Woman 'to. slay A.n; l0OV'anl'b lttrV orMmnicdlntHlv -
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Alma. 1 Mo.... Lwn. to th. gl.nl." Pt. I 10.30-1U A WiMr World Iher.aflcr til flip I with
9 C.rwaaII th* Irrk nf I Ih. ahnv. atylnd Court
I N... ... 10 H.iu. BtIK Aft. ..onSam.
fh orlKlnnl of Mil Anmvir
It Momma Playhatu. or laid
a _IJ Corned. Tim .30-4 5511. ( a. Monday *.-"> written dffi-nara. If Any,
.10-4 Carton n-rllla 1 Amoa and Andy 1 ,1-' Movl.. Th. Ho.' MrHBIV FAIL: KOT or th* all*,
:: I A..lolIl'.to K.port II Mo.nl". ".,b_ .no-a Uv.rland 1r.ll. jratlnna of aald fontplttlnt will b*
10 I'm Am.rlr.nII 10,00-, Hnon.. 10 Mont. But: oIM Rlvai' takon *a ronf.in.il "by you'
Bonrl. Th..,.> .., soy Wh.n y ..,0.-4 Movl.. Mav.rlrk Q in-n" I WITNEHH my bund and offMulH w
>vO-4 (Loyal' Ynorlt.sO 10 Llr. 01 fly 7 Movl.. "On Moonlight Hay | at Htunrl rlnrldn, thl. llih' -.5-
Crt_a .16136-A, .7 N... Si4S, -I Ybotarepbyplowa day of April A.P l lnoitOTHV .
7 BuU.lnkl. ....... .
I 10,30-4, I Lo. Loft' -* tfport. w aUt PIERtK *
10 G..I Conran N.w. and W.atl .r
t t MWT Ortfftn (enlor Ol.rk' of the Clrrult Court
11. Nomlup Ptrhmn. T Word for Ward (Color) 10 Movl. at HI.. Wot In lov.nll.I':1."n" Martin County, FloilcU x
(tie M..k : (Circuit Onuit NeoIi!)
k 10 11 PrI./ I. Kl.ht
: : ,081 Y..II..I.f Faltk (11100M.eo," M ,2 Contm.nt Hy: OUOUYNZIEMBA,
Llnorron City S-7 Oonantrtlon 5118-7 .... Hunt /./ OkOnOB U MMC
7 tlrcul H,,r lo.n lot ih. M...... 10 Nw' ', W.itk.r. l_ "Altar" for 1'lnlntlff
\ 10 "Am.rleaa .. 11 N... loll Ilarv.y nullillnir
If,30-4 L. Ib.l BooJ.op.rdy
11 Victory ll.pll.t Cbanl 6 (Color) .,i30-4 N... \\ i>at aim Bt,a< h. InrlitA
I :,: ) 00.-4 Tbl. to lh. Lit* 10.11 Hi,. MlMlnc Link I ntlM-HHnkl.y. Rope I lib, April 18 23 30 May 1. toRt
7 Toktmlio"
I 10 Pin A"I..nI !It I? 'l-SSft;. ? Parad.Ii4 .

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I LlKhthouM *-4 Nwa-Waiur Cronklt
..l_I Th. Bund Hnii 11,00N., ... 1-7 Nwi.. Hunll.v.. Briskly.
on all _4 filth for Today 7 Your Pint Impr.alnn (Color) 71011Dath. Vallay Day SEPTIC TANKS JERSEY SEA SKIFFS
I The Ihrl.toi.. Ill-It F.lh.r Know Hat I Muekl.b.rry Hound.
f HoH.on. of Volt 1I.I..a Movl., Adv.ntur.a of Captain 7 8...... BII... CLEANED & REPAIRED
10 II IH. Talk Pablan It 1UA "The Ideal
for Florida 11'aters"WOOD'S
It CotnFdy Tim. 1 130-4 Hurih for Tomorow 3O--4: LUX R.porta DRAIN FIELDS REPAIRED .
.....4 Th. Llvlnc Word] 1-7 Tr.th or C.n.....".. Color) 6.7 Th. Virginian
: Band H..A 10.it 1 Ford ..-12 Dim. and Harriet
-.4 L.mp Unto Hi FM am-4 Y.allltnwAffil I.,T : ':00-10-11 Patty Do). Show AND RE-LAID
I .Filth ror Today liRA-1.7.n Newt a.SO--4 lluaprno.I COVEAT
and f Still Snail Vol.* I,00-4 Lov of I,If. I 10.It "1 h. .........*! Dau.htr"
10 protcalant Wornhlp Root 10 M...., "A Child I. Bora .'00-4 ......1. HIllMllMi. Cdoke's
_4 Look Up and LIT It Matin*. '71.5... >.7 Th. Saint Ray Septic
/ S Bll Pletur.f I IDS-IS IXbbl. Drak.18 .10-1 Hen C.i.ySO TIlE EAST END OF THE PALM CITY BRIDGE
Ktwnal Llitht Ills-/ 81. .n' tM story 0 Mnn.. ., -4 Dick Van Pyk Tank Service
725 10 Blbl. Talk W.d.. Pro Topl. T....I C.mp.. 10.II Our Man Hlirghii" PHONE STUART, AREA CODE 306, TEL. 287-1291
I It !'... smith Then. 10 00 4 Dannv Kay. Shaw PHONE AT 7-0651
0-4 C.m.ra I 1. -4 Now 6-7 Tl.vnnth Hoer
1a t Motl.. ".Ha A WonJ.rful Lift' I ISO-4 A* tia World' Tarai 10 Dick Pow.ll Th.atr. OR AT 7-9862 See Our Good Used Boats
T That I Mar K.. I nil T..lk It Ch.nnln,
I 10 J.wUh Worahlp Hour 1.0B.. Hy Oo.*h-DIov. ..loa lOO- W..., Wtkt. tvon -
II Plot Baptl.t rhur.li "ItOO-4 Painword 1I.I No..--Hill HhiiH.I -- -
130--4 Unlv of Ml.tnl Work.hop ..7 Iti Mak. a Coal Color.) 11.28. --4 Movl.. "nouMa or/lothlnl"' .
0 Movl. "n. a Won.l.rtul Lit. a:is-i*.11 Non.. Ili.tO-1.7 Tonight wllk. Johnny C..... Cruise In Luxury to the West Indies I
1 Dr.lH. of J.l.tlp.. 1t30Ho... Pant 10 Movl.' "H"n< lit th* Baa. *
I. Mali for Bkut.In. t.t Tha Dortora II Rt.rllvht Th..tn BAILING EVERY rmoAr.s PM YEAS-OVND PROM DOWNTOWN
,iSO .7 I.n...... Vnilhw aidAlUrno II Day In CourtSiSS MIAMI
/ H.Uud --1-T N... r---
I 10 LI.. Howard and Wow..'! N...
., SiOO-4. Till th. Tmt
::,00--.4 Rold Journ.,. I.7 lantto Yours
1 "_II.. ClNua 10-11 G.n.ral Boapltal mow-
t .mb.t p.al-O N., i
10 Alumni Fund a,30Id... of Night ......,
11 thall.ng. tulf I.' Yo" Uont Ray (Color' ) I
.... _4 Chi...* Lubi n. Phlladrlphla I 10.U t:1 for a bay __" 'i'l' ,
Ph 1111.. 4 00--4 atorniI

et.11II WP :' : \ : : 7 Matrk Mlrk... Cam.MmiM Clak o-

.tin "'r'u .; 10'It Melon Art-mi. Trallmait.. I
.4U ( 4.30. -4 !II ov I.. Th. Crook.4 W..'
:: : II Mnk. fur Dlidlyt For TheBeauty
Movl.. .K. .. In Brooklyn""
TO MOVE 10 It Major Adam. TratlmaiMt
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10.11-A Am.rlr.n,Ruprrman N....tnStOO < of

10 Woody WoodpMkW .wwl
11 Loft. Tim
1.30-10 I. ARC You.
MOID YOUR Tr UtMWf ..<_It N0W.atk* Sport .
nets Thi i. id* Storypoaslnl
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22-421 WWJ : J.10-7 Rlfhway
Uh.HI .... Congenial
; W..t. relaxing prlvate-yacht
Me- ...... atmosphere gourmet food
,30-e ,
1dl:: ::: :::: :: : S Hunt.by.BrinkbyT D.wf superbservice

Ulltli '".-::: : : CNRNNELVASTER 11 N.Nllht... Llf.Wwthw on lobs Quid Coast,5.i aboard the beautiful Luxury Unit ARIADNE ,

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MilySl39 -N.w.-Hunter.. Brlnkly. .........llJO%....IMMe8/a.IhollyNhlydbparMorntg......n...._ j WlW.T.tel' '".W..W.J.J.M.aApril
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Id. : 7,00-4, M.. lidS : "'nct ,.,1101 ...... play.Octal
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: BTU: ::::: : ,: : :; "GoldenCross 1!III..rdI TBA FashionetteBEAUTY 7 GLORIOUS DAYS ALL-DPINSh......, '110 '

1 : p1.eM : ::= : : : ,.30--4 Te loll t", "ru' 1..1Id"1.1. ,.1IoIe.II' -.Ja"kli_ I
: : : :::: Fire"Installing 1.1 Mn.I.. "Fa.ho. 0' tho P.4.1.due ." PUIIITO IIICO and
K.M 0... : :: I : ,: I'.. Sol ..... SALON w NASSAU IAHAMAS and JAMAICA
.d/P 24; May 8, 22; June 5, 19; lily J
.d. Ilwr N.tL :::: :: a powerful Colder 605 COLORADO AVENUE ttvf Csmits! Fridays"erssfter. May 1, 15. 29; Jme 12, 2S) July 10

"Ia I'll.. Fire is actually like mov Notice STUART FLORIDA UI mOo httll lleI. tnd.altlrla.MtYl8ntMNlr

9 etM_: Nw'. : :: : .: << : :: ; your TV set miles nearer the New wd Used T.V.-s Open Mon thru Sat. tT.noiutvlriliklai.tCHOICE / *"*?, "WCTOH OCHO IIBt hisikl.

V.. ( {: You'll ce sharper, clearer Now Btlng Returned at lOchoKio.whMdocktvill.blt gtbaralM .
Till r.rl on all channels.WilcoxHardyTV. Over 58 Model 7:30 a.m. 5:30: p.m. ANTONIO)

.tOII IJj".* :: :: To Choose From MARIE SPACE STILL AVAILABLE Writs hr Fin ON.BR IMCHURE; Dtst 10"'

P.t1 Mtn $25.00 End sip MR FRIDAY'S SAILING! THtu nut TRAVEL .sur..er


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Law and Trials
Books on '"

I Ih Reviewed at If the Library t ,

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The last 'EM loring Books program life of the chtff f of police in a large. "
J $, e. fur the "iasew. wu giunui I city, Mrs Stephen jchmult "!li. .w, "
,a nr the' confereii.1. rapw of the nut Verdct( ; by Adela! (Roger1.1 Globo
r Martin Counts Pubhc I L iN fy, on I the tarl Rog .
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bursty evening.\ Aaf4, 'Ik Tht l erv. "' :. mil lau: t
'theme lor the i\;rung WAS Courts'. vcr, written I bv his daughter
ta II V' jb\ labels! mU P&eeI ," Mist Jean Raw also mentioned I
I Dr Irene H. i\r reviewed "M\ briefly, "Ihe Minister and! the
{ Lift In. (:oun" h\ ,Dais Ntoer jnlaccwml Choir Singer;' an account ot 1 the
Nr of ih, noM import im H;ill.MilN murder cast ,h> \\ ,il I I,1i"1
cases of one 11 \America great M, KunMler'
|asl| trial lawyers. Judge Evans Captainarren Corliss acted l 1'
,'i, lay
I. *i t I Cwy Jr. "101by tt Koom Warrior, as moderator. 1 hot audience n. /
.\.:(),/ .. Richard 0( ,nnor the hiogrifravers Hill as the panelists, participated l t;

I .. r *y of Willian Jerome in the lively dineuwiioiis lollowingeieh I1.Uit.
N OW Yort tilling dtfclrict at. review. a
.r.. r wr N'"jr v lorneMri,; PeUtt Warren, "OrCicxxl Tho program has (been moM ,
r; anJ tI I by FrneMt "K- siucessful" and will probably( he

i. ,,, tuna, a picture- of i one- day- in the I resumed again. next full 1.:.___ I '. "J ,.....

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ConU"dresses, Local ( |' (pEarly > (" {". ,


t It,,,',, Treatment Urgency 0\.e."t', n, ,

a' : I [:" : I' n the Martin County Tuberculosis and Health Avmciition. is Mrs ManeMiCullotic.h

{ Stressed in TB RecoveryThe : \being congratulated hy Knhard A totilm, of tkc Lantana& Suit Hospilil I coking on is
Mrs, I ilium Dissori, who was elected tlCcrctllr'Y-lr. lIrcr.I .

urgency ot He said thnt occupational and with their many mnotHMial problems I I tor the coming year Mrs Esther i Mrs), Lillian 1)'rlVa.. elected(
ciilous. a* soon as treatin.1I"er'l vocational training gineral and I do TB I''secretary-treasurer
h us patients I buyer was chosen vice president!: !
discovered! was stressed' by Rich :
religious education, arc all a part ('''l1lln gave a brief hiMory ol'
arj A. Conlin director of special
STDAR PS I LOW tklNC TREE MAN, Edwin A Mennmgcr, received an honorary Doctor of Scienc services for the lantana Stile 'I of the program of rehabilitation the si',ite program for the controlof
Degree from Florida State University, Tallahassee, on April 18, Mennmgcr, at left, hat gained inter Hospital, at a meeting of t the for the uibirculosis patient IB He recounted the first Icgishrlivc "
national distinction as a horticulturist, growing from seed distributing to American gardens more than Marlin County 1 ubercutau! and Conlin oleo reported alcoholic : :i approval for the orgnnuri i I! il ;l lul FRIED ,
100,( ,0X( ) tropical flowering tree He was presented for the honor by Dr Mich u.1 Kasha, right, director Health Association' List Thursday as well as TB patients make tip a n of a Stale I Tuberculosis Board ,, ,
of the Institute of great 'percentage the 400( palunls "a\ mule in 1427 the first W-I
Molecular Biophysics.: night na\'f
en. ('onlinlid\ the rehahil!. at Hospital, and i hen.'I1I,,,,, hospil was opened in
000 when the group that alcoholics need as much help 1'1.111. mid the first chest stay mobile .
Honorary Degree Given Saturday ta'OIltarts diagnosis isniado. CHICKENOR
and that patients respond unit was purchised:
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have the I ,intana Hospitiil. was opened
better and a better chance:
Rules t Game in 1947\ and it i is to ihm hospital
for recovery when they lire hospitalized on
Flowering Tree Man IS from ,eight The usual to eighteen!! hospitali/ation months To Be Decided arr thil referred!patients from Martin County r; .'

Home Loan Talksby depending on the patient, Florida hunting and fishing Mine Also: McCulKxigh during the 'meeting WHH re-elected, Mrs i ,+:

rules for 1964,A3 will\ be set at president of the !local association FRIEDSHRIMP ,.
Doctor of Science! the annual regulttions meeting of _
, don herald City and Flower the Game and hresh Water hshCommission
,, April 24 at Tallahassee OA STORAGRWAKKIIOUSIS: '

Edwin A Menmnger, .Iuart.s he began a search for flowering .
\t aoes make Farmers Set for : : I
\ Flowering Tree Man was awar.d. ; trees which led him as an "arm Over 3000 hunters and fishermen
will be heard as !their collect
(a J ierfhce{{ ed an honorary doctor of science, chair plant hunter" to correspond ed opinions and thoughts obtain Storage by the I
A ConferenceThe
degree Saturday by Florida State with consuls, botanists, village ed through a series of meetings.

ere you bot1+ o w University for more than a quar priests and others through the City Commission will get& and \bv mall questionnaires. are DayVeck IN A BASKET;
presented to the commission at
ter of a century of contributions warm countries From the teed
together with Carl Schramm and this Ihe follows Month Year
meeting. meeting
to tropical horticulture.
they sent him Mennmger began
I It was the twenty.fourth hang William Gladden co-owneri of a series of twenty-nine public pteregulattons SNACK BASKET
to and distribute flowering usrn FURNITURE *
ttJf5I grow meetings held through
\} rary degree presented by the university Schramm' Flowers. Inc. to determine
trees and soon nurseries and Florida allow APPLIANCES:
at Tallahassee since its many how lOOn the firm can: out to sportsmen an
founding 107 years ago community park departments were move from its present location opportunity to discuss the hunting At A, GOLDEN: GATE VM 1 ANn COIARAPO A>'E, AT 7-2UJ
Since 1935 Mennmgcr I former I calling on him for help! He has near Stafford! Drive residences and shmg regulations, _____ --
publisher of The Stuart News, has mainlined his plant growing, as The action is the outcome of a
grown from seed and distributed a hobby rather than a business, petition from residents of the
to fellow Americans more than : His phntsmanship brought hima area complaining of the odor from
100.000 citation from the American Horticultural ( fertilizers and A
flowering tropical treesHe sprays temporary
has personally introduced into Council in 1957. the permit for Ihe farm to con Standard brings you the first new
Florida an estimated I MO new Thomas Barbour Medal of Fair tinue in Us present: location expired
First Federalcan kinds among them the widely child Tropical Gardens in 1958 and In January, but the firm has
known "Snow in Summer" tree, the Sesquicentennial Bronze Med Muted it would suffer severe loss antiknock since Ethylethyl
be and his importations have added al of the Botanical Garden Rio if it had to move before August l. compound
your brilliant new color and form to de Janeiro, 1958. He also has been 196.
Florida gardens, elected a Fellow of the Royal Horticultural

- longtimehelper' In the course of becoming splantsman __Society.f'1I.'K One of Martin County's biggest .
" Menmnger became one T11 flower growers employs HO I
raj of the foremost authorities i on flow- W $177 I persons, 60 per cent of them col
wing trees tnlhe!'tropt !rHndin' RETARDED: CROUP ored, and has fifty to sixty acres
addition to' numerous articles for Coral Gardens Lanes presenteda of flowers in production.
You might think a loan on a horticultural' journals he has written check to the Martin County
such books as "Flowering Trees sociation for Retarded Children
home is a loan ProfessionalHearing
just of the World for Tropics and in the amount of $177, proceeds
But stop and think: if your lend Warm Countries" (1962)), 'Seaside from donations and the spaghetti Aid Service
er is the right one, he can advise Plants of the World ((1963)) and supper held on April 12, The lanes
and help you during all the years Fantastic Trees' (ill press). is giving free pony rides and ice JAY A. BYRNE,
I The honorary degree went to cream to all children between I CerliFleIlearlog Aid '
you are paying' off your loan Remember Mcnningcratsprlng commencement and 4pm. this week in appreciation j
you II he dealing with him ceremonies He was presented for for the response shown by Audk>loM| 4
maybe t 13, 20 or 25 years the degree by Dr Michael Kasha, the people of Martin County in Specialists in Quality Hearing /
director of the Institute of Molecular retarded children e'
A First Federal (of Vero Beach) Biophysics, and the degree helping Aids, Batteries Ear Molds and u ..,
of All Makestv7 ,
home loan i is not a brittle unbending was awarded by University President The Zarella vegetable farm in Repair
thing First Federal will Gordon W Blackwell. Martin County keeps fifteen to Atlantic Ate., Ft Terre t\< j
give you sympathetic understand Mennmgcr!! interest in tropical I.MX) acres of land in production (Opposite St Luck Bank) r 1 ,A
ing if your circumstances change trees began when he stirted landscaping and has a total of 3,000 acres UOward 1-303S

through the years I his Stuart home In 1935 available for planting. .1 :

They will permit you to make .. s "
I irger-than-usual payments on your .. 1'1 .
e loan at any time which will enable l" '" .. Iw I.

you to save greatly on total vb I I!. 't I
interest t costs over the yearn .1, "' \.. ':i iV

They can 1!.flee. perhaps lend you '4 John B. I If ''..".. '.
more on the same mortgage!! to
enlarge or improve your home r ill! j .

- First Federal Initial loan costs w, r .' ",::J '.I F.'

are low and are stated definitelyin MacArthurCOUNTY
advance and their interest, rates ,.

are reasonable, ,
M.t r

Mvlau bn...en, In.urad .. q t10.eetM r; li!
th1 ,... 1Ie'n. tit Lau Irrun '
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nor c Y. of etw el mtlw1 i ,
with .n" ........, ..* .M MS '
assert .1 Yf Ilmcopyrigntel. g COMMISSIONER
( 1964) j ;b, ,

1, n' DISTRICT 3 t

WANTA j, ? .
(P '{rw aj tjt

COMFORTABLE MORTGAGE? ,Iy n A IJusinessmau For Good 1 '

II ter W r .wye leer w : JI + ,,? ,lt. r Business In Government 1 v

build, bur *r lm rov.., y 1w hiw.. /> t r n >,
.Ik I I. Fleet r'tor.l V.r. ae.rY
you tan wtt *H I" moru.blMithtr ... nr "!
Imullimitt RMMubl. b- t
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floes ;: Vero Beach 5(2-2373 1. Better planning and zoning! in Martin County ? t, "Yllt

2. Fight against contamination of 'Martin County waterways t

FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS 3. Acquiring and improving beach properties (' t ,, i

& LOAN 4. An entirely independent candidate with no promises to w, / ef r

ASSOCIATION anyone except to the people of| Martin County, r

OF It's dscQvSl'yl1JetbYl'(
important gasoline
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Don't be fooled by the sudden burst of fixing roads and other .I I an
octano that it power-wMting
performance effectjyely Mope
tops up BO
2045 14th Ave Dial 562-2373 ; vote buying measures. We got nothing until the past month. I knock better than any other antiknock: compound, Methyl preacLi

Vero Beach Florida\ mar evenly throughout all cylinder, of your engine stand up under

Free Parking on 15th AftoneHOLRSt extreme temperature And it' in Standard faaobna* (Crown and

9 to 3 dally except Wedesday VOTE FORJOHN Crown Extra) at no incream hi

9 to 12. Opns S la 7 Friday price! Another important way that

evening. Closed AD Day wt tok better tart of your fiat STANDARD
Saturday.Wbrr B. MACARTHUR Our BW nflaMT .! Punfoul
.mr producing: the aw8t! Urii WjlriiJ| ifo/ ntllin 4eM "\ Costontm Send Hub ....hyt t*saw. to Aauka' OIL I
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I . eoi I II DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY-MAY 3111 (Paid Political. Advertisement) WILSON McCLUREAgent, Stuart, Floridaw

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THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964 Supper Reading ;

Pubbibed every Stuart Thunday Martin at County 111 East, Florida t Ocean Boulevard j'j'A Real Fine Home] .

Entered u secood-class mail MEMBER matter at OF post: office at Stuart Florida On River ShoreEVER .".


_AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS hornet and two-car garages along the riverbank :. ,
cruisen tied the docks, .r
with snazzy to '''.
GORDON LOCKWOOD, publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor I am reminded of the suppers which I used "
LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager :, ,
to share occasionally in one of the first home

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two years on the far side of the St. Lucie River .

$8,50. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these! rate) .v

Anywhere else in U.s.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, THE FATHER of the house! was a Florida

Six months $2.75, three month $1.I 75. Cracker, called back then "a mullet-choker," MhNa

Foreign and Canadian rate on application which meant that he was.a g II-net fishermanfor ,

mullet Every night he would set out his f" '

linen nets to slowly drift up and down the -

river with the tide while some hapless mullet,
General Must Be Goal!
Beautification never too many, got caught by the gills in the /1k


l o /
Beautification of U.S. Project
MULLET were bringing two cents a
I pound It was depression and the cheapest>>
Well Worthy of Everyone's Help grade of salt pork, called 'sow bosom with the f t* 2' '

buttons: retailed. for a nickel a pound. My 4

friend did all right in those! hard times.. Some
The Garden Club of Stuart magnificent Junk ,iiitoi' along the roadsides/ flamboyant t: nights he might make fifty cents or a dollar and

:: contribution of 14,000) to the U.S. I Beautifica- signs, political posters lacked on trees, slum occasionally he hit it rich, coming in with a

lion Committee blazes the way for an immi'Ji. type snacks and junky hole-in.the-wall business -' skiff.load of mullet worth as much as ten

ate start .on the landscaping of the islands buildings, should nut be allowed. The bucks-and that was when the fish house! took

or median strips which divide the four-lanmg tossing of beer can along the roadside and the out eight dollars to apply on the cost! of the

:: We join all Martin County In saluting furtive; tossing of sacked garbage on to right- net

.. these civic-minded women for their fund-raising of-ways and into roadside ditches contribute to nI

;w; activities toward this goal, and also! for general ugliness and tawdrmess HE NEVER complained and he did right

s. their plans to beautify Colondo Avenue from General beautification is not only a governmental well. Of course, he didn t have the money to

: the U.S. 1 crossing toward the new high school and civic responsibility but also a personal buy false teeth and he had a pair of mail.

W E "Bill" Ambler, Stuart Park Superintendent responsibility, in which each citizen must order glasses that weren't much better than

is chairman of the committee which take part if it is going to work nothing although they helped a little mending of class for
\1)1 0 UGICAL monitoring is the subject an eight-week personnel at Martin Memorial
will oversee th landscaping. Under Ambler Along with U.s. I beautification, the City broken meshes. He had a fine house and six Hospital under the direction of John Rains, instructor for Civil Defense. Some of the small covered paper

direction, Memorial Park in downtown Stuart of Stuart might well consider the condemnationand children and a passel of dogs and a cat or two, >cups on the floor contain a radioactive substance The students check each cup with a Geiger Counter
and other park in the city have responded to removal of some blighted structure too a flock of free-roaming chickens and a good I I
from row left to right Dave Frost Doc Edwards, Edgar L. Duston, and Reginald Murdough, Back
his "hard work, fertilizer and water" method far for renovation. of clothes I him
gone wife. The only sort ever saw
rev left to right, John Rains, and nurses Aida Cassidy, Genevieve Trinter, director of nurses, and
making thing grow Ambler denies that hob Beautification could well be the general wear were much-washed, bleached-out overalls
Ruth DcGarmo
i "a genius with plants" or has "a green objective of civic associations in every com with a faded blue shirt and a straw hat for I I'v

thumb" Be that as it may, the results of munity. week days and a black felt hat and a white -. -

work directed by him through the City of General beautification could also well be shirt for Sundays manly from Jupiter Island residents '
Stuart have been imply amazing In that the goal of Stuart Board of Realtors, which Iscompoo.ed .
Jr. NamedHospital's allowed
The opinions expressed are those Evans Crary the hospital! to retire -
connection, we should also! congratulate the of Realtors from all parts of this THE OLD LADY and the girls did right of the writers If desired, letten the last of its indebtedness at

City Commission and City Manager for the county. We venture to state that-despite all well, too, because>> he was a considerate father, are printed aoove a non de plume local bank in
a the
enlightened policy of supporting the Parks Department the fine residential development in this county and saw that the flour and the chicken feed but never without The News know amount of

with the fund, and equipment necessary and the acreage available for such development was bought in lack made of printed dress ing the name of the writer let. New PresidentThe $19,500. Other expenditures authorized -

to do such work. there is not a real estate man who has not material. They always had nice dresses made ten sent in anonymously are filed included $11,000 to pay

Its "money that makes the mare go," so lost sales and seen good prospects leave here from the flour and feed sacks which featured in the waste basket.The Editor current bills more than one month

for as beautification i* concerned in South because of sub-standard slum-type ugliness! floral patterns and the little boys wore the SHE CI\F-S CRtDir I election 0 f Judge Evans Stoneburner, president of the Mar. old; $4,500 for a new portable

Florida With abundant water, fertilizer and which gave bad Impression.. same fancy sort of overalls that their Daddydid TO MVNY AIDING Crary Jr. as president, and the tin Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, X-ray machine to be used in the

labor, properly planned landscaping will bloom Beautification is everybody business. The There was an Iron wash pot in the yard TURTLE PROJICT adoption of new bylaws limitingthe Mrs. Stoneburner reported that operating room; and $3,800 to Setup
like the rose Without those elemental things, U.S. I project u a good starter-but it U Just a and always wash on the line, a credit I 1 no members of the Hospital Aux a new blood bank and expand
Editor Stuart News: terms of members of the board,
the finest! of plantings will not survive. starter thought to the wife and mother iliary had served more than J II 1- pharmacy facilities in the hospital.
that I would like to express my thanksto highlighted a meeting of Martin Other essential needs were defer.
Nobody knows better than Bill Am. Martin County is the third fastest! -growing 000 hours at the hospital during
Her He and his wife contributed a check for county in all Florida in rate of growth Witha THEY HAD a real fine home made out of The Stuart News for reprint. Memorial Hospital's board of directors the past year Officers, directorsand red for consideration at a later

$100 to the fund, an example which could well population of 22,300 in 1964, it is pre cabbage palm log posts, tightly thatched with ing the article Conservation of Others on elected Thursday were, April Letter 16 auxiliary volunteers all serve date may when have additional been received.contributions -

be followed by other civic-minded citizens. dicted by national demographic that palm fronds on the roof and sides. The floor Sea Turtles" which was recently without pay
experts published in the International Zoo Combs, vice president; Mrs. Waiter Judge Crary, who" has represented The City of Stuart' suit in Circuit .
Local nurserymen are going to aid with we will have 33,500 by 1969, five years from was dirt, always cleanly swept, and the furnishings Yearbook The earbook presented M Hupfel secretary; and Ralph the hospital legally for several Court, seeking an injunction

shrubbery, Martin County Flower Growers now, and 46,VK) by 1974, ten years from now, were good, simple stuff made out of old a wonderful opportunity to us Hartman Jr. treasurer. Directors years, presented new bylaws against the hospital was discus
Association is offering thousands of blooming- Our predicted rate of growth for the ten yeanis packing boxes and driftwood and odds and in our efforts to publicize the museum elected for the coming year include which were adopted. Major change sed at some length. The city claims

sized chrysanthemum plants which, as colorful 109 per cent, exceeded in Florida 67 coun- ends that my friend picked up along the and the outstanding conservation William J, Matheson W Van Alan in the bylaws is a provision automatically the hospital heating and cooling
borders, will emphasize that this is not only the ties only by Charlotte, 149 per cent and Collier beaches. I don't know where he got them project which is carried outright Clark, George A. Donald, Ralph retiring members from equipment cause noise and fume
"SaiUish Capital' of the World" but also "Flor- 130 per cent but he had plenty of real chain of various here in /Martin County. Evmrude. Dr. John M Gunsolu the board of directors for at least constituting a nuisance to residents i.

Ida* Chrysanthemum Center" While most We are going to have 24,200 more residents sizes and shapes, including two willow rockers However, to give the full credit and Also Frank A. board Wacha. one year after they have served of Hildabrad ParkLET'S .
Dr. James
fishermen hate to admit it, more people love by 1974 What kind of people are they and 'couple of top-notch coal oil lamp ...bar it.h due".1 would appreciateyour E Kelly on, as current are'president of Ifceic term on the board. The purpose -
flowers than fishing and eye-catching floral displays going to be? Will they be the sort who printing the following few of the change Judge Crary
put upa the medical staff, and Mrs. Karl '
paragraphs which' were deleted explained, is to bring new people
will be a magnificent way of publicizing slum shack with a junk car or two in the THE INTERIOR of the home was patti LAUGH
from article ideas the
my original by the and new into hospital*
our area to the traffic from all tate that will front yard and who throw their garbage along tioned into three sections by dividen made of editors of the yearbook administrative board Five new

pass on the improved highway the roadsides? Or will they be the type who burlap tack, sewn together a dining room, a "Ross Witham, curator of marine mm color sound motion; picture.This memben will be added to the -
There i Is no better way in the world to advertise build beautiful homes with landscaped yards bedroom for Pi and Ma and a bedroom for activities at the Hou. of fifteen-minute, film featuresthe board within the next few weeks Sales : "What this big
Martin County as a good place to live and who contribute to general community betterment the kids. There wasnt any kitchen because Refuge Museum, initiated the program complete life cycle of the turtle Dr. Kelly, reporting for the item listed on your expense ac
and includes the dramatic
than by beautification. This applies not onlyto ? they cooked in the yard out in the open most of the conservation of the scene medical staff, presented amend. count?"
of the of
the and
U.S. 1 but to all other areas of our county, Properly planned and enforced communityand of the time or under an old canvas fly when sea turtles In the fall of 1955 preparation local beaches"nest ments to the bjlaws' A major Salesman: Why, that's my hotel
It will have marked while strolling along the bea h he egg change is to remove the former bill"
effect in giving good countywide zoning, plus civic and personal it rained. The editors of the Zoo Yearbook .
first impressions to people of good taste and beautification efforts will decide the rescued! a nearly drowned baby apparently have a policy of requirement that the doctor seek Sales manager: BWell, don't buy
character, Martin of MY FRIEND good provider and loggerhead turtle. Entangled J in ing admission to the hospital staff any more hotels" Hy-Gear, Green
was a but
County tomorrow, Just U truly a* the mentioning no names withoutthe
sea weed baby turtle could not be a member of the Trt-county field
In that connection, all must work together, garbage attracts flies or a beautiful garden the soul of hospitality' If 1 happened to be escape to make a successful trip foresight and active cooperation Medical Association. The new requirement ., Ohio

or the areas of blight and ualinesl-\\'bkh can attracts songbirds. passing, that way toward evening walking in from its nest to the water. Mr. of these men, there would Is simply that he be A
not be ignored-will negate the beautification Its our choice Lets choose rifcht-and from fishing or bunting, be would hail me and Witham enlisted the aid of the have been no story for me to writeabout eligible for Tn-county membership gunman's window appeared of a at large the plantand paymaster

efforts. get JOinS'! insist that I slay and have supper with them. Florida State Board of Conservation said Never mind /the payroll

"AJways a God plenty for everybody" he in securing: permits to collect Carol Very truly Schmidt yean, Mrs. Stoneburner reported that Bud!i Just hand over the welfare
would say the egg and raise the babies at the Assistant: Director, new officers of the Hospital Aux fund, the group.insurance
museum until they were better Martin iliary, installed April 2, were: premiums, the pension fund and
FRANKLY I enjoyed those visits, because able to fend for themselves."In County Museums president, Mrs. Stoneburner: first all the withholding taxes." Bulletin
".S. Bill -
: Alloway, who
succeeded :
Welcome Home Kanner You Deserve particular Salt Water Mn F L Heist
Judge I realized that my friend was blessed>> Steve Bishop as caretakerof vice president ; Laconia, N H
I servation Agent Roland C. Byrd of second vice president, Mrs. Elmer .

All the Honors Accorded Through the YearsHis that making he had the most a good of job Nature, drifting bounty that shirttailof I knew the Stuart nests aids along the museum the beaches In spotting and role is continuing the of House in of the Refuge unsung Museum heroic, Thomas E J. Snyder; recording; corresponding secretary,secretary Mrs. Icge"I Is hear he you/going have to become a boy In a doc col-

and maintaining
a pi)-net for the river to pour its bounty assists in collecting the eggs daily feeding Mrs. Clifton Perry, and treas. tor, an
the turtles for the engineer or a lawyer, perhaps
into, and it was plain to see that he was independent "When Stephen Schmidt assumed length of urer, Mn John Wood ?"
fellow lawyers and judge in this area the fond "Welcome home, A. O and Mary" : as .a hog on ice, if he just didn't the directorship of the museumin time they remain with u* at the The hospital administrator, Guy The slow, quizzical answer was:
however fundsare
Today ,
and throughout the state have signally honored that has been extended to the judge and his wife owe the fish house for the net 1958, he placed the turtle conservation museum available for the turtle food, Cromwell, presented the financial "That I do not know, Right now
Judge A. O Kanner on his retirement a* Judge e : project as a primary Steve report for the month of March. the big question is: is he going to
of th Second by so many on their return home to Stuart. function of the luu''s servicesto i whereas Bishop provided Operating revenues (charges for become "
Court of Appeal. Lakeland GRITS were cheap and so was salt pork their daily subsistence for a sophomore? The Burr,
A* a lawyer his here the community. Communication yean, services rendered) were $63,098and
young starting career and there was always plenty of mullet When and financed it himself.-CS. Osawatomie, Kans.
There have been banquets and all sorts back in the tumultuous days when Martin stormy periods came around and he could not was established with Dr. Ar operating expenses 61098. .
chic, head of the Caribbean Con However, the of indigentcare Natives
of formal speeches by members of the bar County was formed serving with distinction as get out on the river, he would go catch a servation Commission and professor I ()(''\I POIIIICSIMURS amounted expense to $1,802 and provision off evil who beat drums to keep

and his judicial associates: -all well-deserved our representative, senator and circuit Judge couple of soft-shelled turtles and the Old of biology at the University of : OMIIIll) for bad debts of $11 I 1,106, to smart spirits motorists are who objects blow of horns scorn

but we think that the sincerest tribute ha been before he assumed the high post on the appeals Lady would make up a marvelous turtle stew, Florida and the importations of Dear Readers resulting In a substantial loss for to break up traffic Jams.-"Sock.

court Judge Kanner exemplified the or he would go out with his long prod-pole and green turtle eggs and hatchlingsfrom (And Writers): the month. Eye," New Westminster, British
jerk some gopher tortoises out of their: holes, Costa Rica were established The Stuart News has receiveda During March 241 patientswere Columbia, Can
highest principles of service "under the law"
or they would even kill a chicken as a last "Steve Bishop( caretaker of the number of lelten to the editor admitted; 1.405 days of hos .
We're Eating Better And, although now officially retired, he is still resort. museum, !ices to it that the turtles about local politics, for and against pital care provided; the average Said one businessman to another
ready to serve on call in the various appellate receive their food! about 5pm. certain candidates daily patient census was 41.5- : Recessions don't bother me

And Growing BiggerLike courts of the state THEY ATE real well and she set a fine each day. The turtles seem to know Our omission of these letten about ten paying patients a day I was a failure during the boom"
A life dedicated to public service, however, fried mul when this time arrives, for they does not mean that we disagreeor less than the break-even point. -The Wheel, Fairhope, Ala.
next year's automobile models, American would be empty indeed if it did not Includethe table It might be that old standby, will congregate it the corner of agree with them, but simply thatit Twenty, babies were delivered,
are getting bigger each year warmth of friendship let and grits, with a crisp salt pork on the side the pool where Mr. Bishop will is our policy not to allow the and seventy operations performed. If you've never seen a really,
We're not only getting larger with each and pork gravy for the grits, or a pilau made appear distribute the meal letters column to be used to advocate During the month, 371 patientswere fully developed look of
: : : disgust>>t.
generation, but were healthier, growing sturdier That u why we particularly note the fact of rice and the marsh birds that are so rigorously 'E. Dutton, naturalist and or attack the candidacy of treated through the emergency just t tell your 'son how con
and !living longer, according to files Ruth that his many friends m Stuart and the rest >> protected today; and always there was photographer, captured the storv anybody room. ducted yourself when you were
Townsend, assistant in nutrition with the of Martin County who know the judge so well hot bread made in the dutch oven set off of the museums efforts on a 16 -The Editor Recent gift to the hospital, pri- a boy.-Abe Martin you

Florida Agricultural Experiment Station. are genuinely happy to have him back here to one side of the coals. --- ----
Back in 1900 the human life This is our home town and his. We who know .
only forty-seven years. Today expectancy it's around wa the record of the yean are proud of his accomplishments MY FRIEND was bounteously blessed and Numbers or Genesiswherever: the moving fin- ('REDII EI) 10 ABR,\IIAM LINCOLN Revolt Against! Dams Is
ber went-alwivs chanted the
: singsong
in his chosen field. We go along he knew that he was. When we all sat down to in
evenly yean. "You cannot bring about prosperity by Rising in
of recitation,, with, much Western U.
Modem men and women average two with the plaudits of the legal profession, although supper in the various-shaped chain around the voice a : and stumblingand discouraging thrift

inches taller than their counterparts at the the law will always be somewhat of a pac"ina.bo't table with the two coal oil lamps asked fumbling Papa how over to the hard words.Nebuchadnez Once she "You cannot strengthen the weak.by weak A revolt against the big dams is spread

turn of the century, The average man's weight mystery" to laymen. burning brightly, the little boys In the clean pronounce the mg in the West>>
zar, slowly spelling to him but he told her ening strong
is twenty pound heavier, but women are six Shucks, what we want to say, A. 0, and overalls and the little girls in their clean sack it A proposed $250000000 at
she d never I learn it she didn t stick to it on herown "You cannot the earner by pull expenditure
to eight pounds slimmer than their grandmother Mary, is just: "Glad to have you back home dresses, the Old Man-I guess he was knockingon I down the help wage the Knowles Dam site in Montana wa fought
were at the tame ages. again as fine talks we all like" forty-would put on his mail-order spectacles ing wage payer by that state's governor and defeated in the

One of the major reason for the Increasein flip open an ancient giant-sized family "You cannot further the brotherhood of House by a vote of 329 to 41.
body size is that the average American i Is Bible, affix a verse with his finger and give THE REAL tine home of palmetto: thatch man by encouraging class hatred This particular dam would have Inundated

eating more nutritious meat milk and vegetables Goltm II Missiles us a supper reading They were his specialty, has long ago vanished, the old mulletchokerand You cannot help the poor by discouraging 9,000 acres of fertile, productive land.
than ever before his help-nuti are long gathered back to I the rich Montana
Reported Off CubaA the fold, and the children are scattered afar, was that it was an example
WE BOWED our heads while he slowly "You cannot establish sound security by of government spending ,
just to spend
I here, All I know of have
some some there
read although he did not utter a word I spending more than you earn with no tangible benefits
Cuban exile Fernando Penabaz, ha warned turned out pretty 11,1<1. Sometimes I wonder
sneaked and that his
The Stuart New will furnish photo printsof that Golem 11 missile have been installedon a peek one time saw when I see the people living in their $50,000 "You cannot build character and courage I

size up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture the ocean floor off the north shore of Cuba. lips were moving down and the a gnarled lines. forefinger After he was houses with their gleaming can. and bright by taking away man's initiative and independence NOW HE WISHES HE WOULD
slowly going was
taken by the NEWS staff for a charge of $2,00 These missies. of cruisen and all the evidences of material GO EVEN FARTHER
I >> he said, have a range finished he would put the Bible In front of : prosperity (AWAY)
for the tint print and $1,00 for any additional 1,200 "You cannot help men permanently by doing
mil,>> and! can be fired by a submarine his oldest daughter-she was twelve and going upon the river bank: "But did you Senator
ordered from the tame negative at the for them what could and should do Lyndon B. Johnson in a floor
prints they
or by sit down
ships m the Cuba-based Russian "trawler ever to a supper reading from a man
to school in town--show her the line wherehe :
sires speech on Aug 23, 1958, said of Baker:
same time; larger by special quotation. fleet" for themselves. Abraham Lincoln Bobby
They are capable of being equippedwith who couldnt read or write?
where !
had started and the line he had ended "He is a young man who has
Stuart Newt employees will not take photographs nuclear already gonevery
except for the newt and advertising i warhead. and she would read it aloud to us I far and who is going much farther I

column of The Stuart New President Johnson should call for on-site eWE Your tried and true bird-lover chomp on One of the best way to wage war on believe he will reach much greater height
inspection of Cuban waters to probe this latest GOT a wonderful variety Sometimes a cold turkey sandwich while counting painted! poverty is to acquire a Texas television ," How about sending bun to the Moon

1t reported menace it was out of Psalms Deuteronomy or buntings and white-breaated: nuthatches. channel. Mister President

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JUPITER NEWS 193 Attend Party Barbara Jenkins Bride I Aerial Flare ITFRE!Mr and AM: Mrs THTRF John R DuBois TOT STUART. April(FlotlcU 21, )1964\NTWtTliurmUy. 3-C

,: _MRS. ANNA... .MINEAR.: Correspondent! Phone '746-4643 For Mrs. Rood I' Of Woodrow Edward Woods Starts FiresJupiter entertained tor !Mr and at Mrs dinner Robert hiala! Christenwn in gill- 4Clloare Jupiter pioneer residents 0 r

100. _w. .'''' ., I Old.timers and new residents and I bel i r suo Daniel
alike turned out for Mrs. Sophia Miss irKira Elaine Jenkins became matching/ bow for the floor-length Fire Department received Dwight' who are vacationing with I Mis Lyla Anne Wilkinson.

{ Residents Advised Against Rood's birthday part at the liar- I the bride of Woodrow Edward skirt numerous calls Thursday nightreporting their parents here daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. C.

I I low Rood home Line Woods at an I 11 I am ceremony Her fingertip veil was held bya a n "orange or gold Wilkinson. ill the winner of the
: on County Saturdav St. Ann's Catholic crown of seed pearls and she corned Honoring the Christeiuens were I
at annual Crocker Homemaker
object .in the sky, which broke in "Betty -
Unscrupulous Solicitors Road Saturda afternoon I Church west Palm Beach while roses and iris. Mrs. A. J. Hodgeson Arthur
i1 ; Mrs. Rood with. her husband, with Rev Peter J. ODonncll per- H E. Jenkins gave his duugh- two as it descended The local papers Christensen and Mr and Mrs I of Tomorrow" award. Miss Wilkinson

Jupiter-Tequesta Chamber ot I I here 'in the near future, met with I Homer H. Rood!, came to Jupiter I forming the tcnmony. tcr in marriage Mere! Vickcry also received calls at t the N T. Chriitenben Mr. and Mrs who competed in a nationwide -

Commerce directors and member, .in.. 19 M from Ripon Wis, looked j I Mrs. Woods is the daughter of was Mr. Woods best man and same time, and immediately following i Robert ChrIstensen are presentlyat i examination taken by
Manager Clark
on Monday to t Harold E Jenkins Earl Jenkins and Jerry Woods Tallahassee where he is an instruetor ,
of andI | senior girls was the
Jupiter the calls the fire highest pointstunner
the department
at quarterly general membership over the land had
I discuss further The they bought in. ushers working on his doctorate
plans Mrs Ernest were
Jupt I HiMed of Lake Park.
meeting last Tuesday, Philo Farms and visited and I!I I was called out to extinguishtwo locally
stressed Icr-Tequesta Chamber of up A the I
Commerce She was reception at JupiicrTequcsla -
the need of I' I graduated from ClintonHigh large brush fires Mr. and Mrs \\ illmni P. Croom
protecting the area is one of the early School, Hunt Club followed. the Mrs Henry and Mrs
sponsorsof [ ( Imton, Ind., and is Captain Frank Williamson said of Sarasota were weekend guestsat i I Maynard
: against solicitors unscrupulous and uncces- of museum I employed as II i secretary for Fuel- ceremony.. they may have been started by a I the home: of Mr and Mrs James.lr I \S I ilium I Breeze of Cercdo, W Va,
ral ; nary The ; The directors voted to hold a ,;( ; gas, Inc. Riviera/ Beach I Upon return from a trip to Miami flare from an airplane which broke D, Payne on Riverside Drive. I i ire house guests at the home of
of Commerce business men's coffee on Wednes- The son ol Mr and Mrs. Kenneth and Nassau, theixh will in mid.air. i Mr! ,md vfrs Henry." S Pennock
service. which inve'tialeall so.liciton | day. May 13 at Jupiter Ranch at t) 1i E. Woods West Palm Beach he at home at 241Ucstgatc Ave. The brush fire were betweenC Mr. and M,.. William Shannonof ,it IVnnock Plantation
1.,1 and then issues a letter of I 10 a.m', as a variation I from thecoffees the bridegroom, is a graduate of I mw. I .IK canal and Jones Creek, north Cleveland, Ohio. were recent
,1,1t' introduction to those worthy ol usually I I held at the Cham- St. Ann's High School He attend of the Honda Power and Light guests of Mr. and Mrs Paul Han-
it. is available. The chamber urges I her of Commerce building. ed Palm Beach Junior College and Interior DecoratorIs Company suh-slalion icy, Cove Road EVERY TIME A FORESTs
all '
citizens to ask for this
Clark announced that the coffee I w? A.C the University of Florida. He
is Ralph Crooks, fire
fication when approached by0' I a Mothers' SpeakerMrs. department Mr. and Mrs Rudolph' Tomu FIRE STRIKES
at Tequcsta Country Club will currently with dcncral j Sheet Metal dispatcher who received Ihe calls ,
r licitors. They also went on record I he held Saturday May 16, thesponsors Riviera Beach cello Sr. of West Palm Beach, spent" nn
abeiut the dropping flare, said that
against telephone solicitations Vaughn Bossow, interior she past week with their son'in.
Signsare being t the Lake Park Mrs. Woods maid! 0 f honor the white flare YOUGET
available to all Chamber of I branch of the First Federal Savings was Miss Sandra Woods sister of decorator, was the guest speakerat might look gold law and! daughter Mr and Mrs +
Commerce members. stating "This and Loan of West Palm J the bridegroom, Her sheath the meeting of St Jude s Chris. or descended orange through the hare as it John R Wilson, at their home on
I office (or store) welcomes only Beach. dress with II matching yellow, overskirt tian Mothers Thursday evening, said that the Captain isolated Williamson Pennock Point Road The. TomCARTER'S BURNED
fires could
f Chamber of" Commerce approved I was completed hv her matching I Following Mrs. Bossow's talk have had no other reasonable e\ ---_... ,, .. --
solicitation. guests and members discussed
hat and bouquet of
Bridge yellow
roses planalion
Seven hundred forty-one visitors : I II and blue iris their problems l with her, asking I
slopped at the Chamber Under ConstructionThe many questions ighteen firefighters with three of
of Commerce I I The bndi.siii.iid; Miss Connie trucks extinguished Ihe bli/es Chicago
Mrs. William Dill Mrs Robert
on U S. I in March James Martino of Risiera/ Beach also
Pine, president, said 1 long-awaited. bridge across wore a yellow ensemble Miss i Paul Mrs. Frank Sage Mrs Mr. ad Mrs Gerald Minis and Hair Salon
the and Mrs. Styling
L B. Clark announced lntracoast.il Waterway at the MRS. souriv ROOD Laurie Marchull was the flower Hanlcy Kenneth their111'/ of illusion, Tenn ,
that the Florida Skin Divers I present end of Indmntown Road girl and Frankie \Vhittukcr, ring Hirtzel were hostesses for the eve have., been the guests of Mr Mum
are: planning to hold their state is in sight down the East Coast They came bearer.. ning. parents, Mr and Sirs A. 1 D. SIR 1.,0\\-: :
convention at Jupiter in June The I The approaches, one from the back to settle at Philo Farms in The "'rideo'n., a sheath of Mrs Robert l.lolletle nnd Minis of Beverly Road h Now AsMHlule'd' With
Diving Dolphins Jupiter membersof Indiantown Road sale, and one 1914. Four of their eleven children silk organza with a fitted bodice Mn Williiun I Forbes are in charge '
the association, will host I the from U. S. I, are under construction were born in Jupiter and scoop niklmc. trimmed with of the altar flowers. for April it Miss Anne Heard, daughter., ol 1 Curlin Beauty Salon .
meeting. From the inland side of the In 1915. when Philo Farms was Alencon lace .unit seed pearl, featured was announced Mr and Mrs James Beard Pen
Charles Harnctt head ol t the waterway i the clearing permits a proved a real estate hoax the post a detachable' tram with nock, Point has joined the stall A f '7.0800
American Museum of Marine Archaeology view of traffic on U S. I and the office established in that area was CHORUS MEEIS 1 V.\I\: of the Honda. exhibit at the 3d E. Oscrold! Stuart
which is to be built boats passing along the waterway. named "Rood." The North Palm Beach County \.\ orld' Fair in New York,
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-- Mrs Rood! now lives in a home Girls'StatersTo Chorus will meet ut the Congregational
r BPW'" Plans built for her by her son, Roy 'hurch each Tuesday at

r. Incumbents Lose Joint Meeting Rood who is the owner and operator 7:30: in preparation for its spring VOTE FOR & ELECT
of Rood Landscape Company be BriefedGirls concert to be held at Sulhuvcn
Ie located the Harlow Auditorium :29! r
adjacent to on May 'd
Jupiter Business and Profession
J! In Town Election"Time Women Club will entertainthe Rood home. The two-story Slate delegates for the Palm Mrs. Kay u move president: : ofthe
BPW of Vero Beach and Pa. Harlow Rood home was built soon Beach County area will be briefedat group I has to Stuart, j JOHN A. WETHINGTON
for a Change" was the hokee on Saturday at a weekend after Mr. Rood's untimely death I a meeting on Sunday, May 3. and a new president will be elected
evident motto of the voters here party at Jupiter Ranch in an automobile accident and at the American legion Home on Tuesday.There .
e\i.i on Tuesday, April 14. when three The joint meeting to be held many of the children were raised Okeechobee Road in West Palm are still vacancies in the t.pS
reYt incumbent town officials went Saturday evening will take the there. Beach chorus, it is announced.. I JUSTICE OF PEACE
down to defeat in their for Five of Mrs. Rood's seven .
. race form of a banquet and recreation This year' delegates and alternates ;
of re-election. i is planned for the rest of the daughters. Mrs. Victor Yeats, of will. receive ,instruction and Steve Floyd who i is a junior nt 2M 1)ISIRIC'illARIIN I COUNTY, FLA.
Mayor Jack Robson lost to his weekend Tampa, Mrs Robert Payne Hardi- Information from former delegates University of Florida, spent last
auay conservative opponent. Richard son Sr., of Lewisburg, Tenn, Mrs: Any former delegate wishing to attend weekend at home I will be available at all times as

Stalls the count being 170 for WARRIORS EAT: WINNINGS: James Merello of New York and should get m touch with Mrs Justice of Peace and Cor
nth Robson and 219 for Stalls. Jupiter Warrior's basketball team, Mrs C. E. Baxter and Mrs. JamesR. Roy S. Rood Girls Stale chairman I j I
,ble North Ward Commissioner Commander which tied for first place in the Neider of Delray Beach; and for Rood Williams Post, ..silo) 1, oner
the Harold Corwm lost to South Atlantic League, was honored two of her sons, Harlow and Roy American Legion Auxiliary 271. ItrM 4 -......--.
Edwin P. Pedersen who polled 230 at a steak dinner at the homeof Rood of Jupiter were present for phone 746-4222::!::! r
,set nd votes against Corwin's 143. Mr and Mrs Chapin Legal Jr. the celebration as well as severalof Delegates for this year are Jane I I IOafr'k P ..4Itj YOUR VOTE
lal. Former Mayor Marie Cross on Saturday night. her grandchildren and great Karintie, daughter of Mr and Mrs. ,
won the South Ward contest over The Booster's Club of which grandchildren. Edward Karintie, and Cynthia Pen- s AND SUPPORTWILL

ere ter Kenneth C. Patterson and John E. the Legals are members, was hostto Ninety-three guests atcndcd Saturday nock, daughter of Mr and Mrs. VISIT OUR KHJNTAINFir : '< BE DEEPLYAPPRECIATED:
Brew baker The count was Cross, the team, paying off a bet with afternoon's gathering, eighteen A. L Pennock III The alternatesare Yur ,...rlte Drink. .. ,\ \
162; Patterson, 149; and Brew them, They promised the dinnerto of whom were members of the Debbie Dahlcn daughter of WI nave LUNCH ; : :. I J
baker 71\ the team if it won the championship Rood family. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Dahlcn and
ire Of the 460/' registered( voters, I ( and the team collected I Linda Laffey, daughter of Mr. STUART DRUG CORP. OIMOt'R1110 I'RIMVHY MAY 5lh
on 396 voted according to Town I : 4-11 Clubbers and Mrs. William H. Laffey. SI. Lucl. a FI.I. Di.i. AT "II.a '1.L\\ La
ISo Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson ; :
Clerk Gail Sorenson I I INS AEXALL 'TORI I 4
I'Sng The newly-elected mayor and and their sons and daughter of Gain Honors UNION MEETS ,) I U'nlil Pnlltlral AdvortlMimMI!
council members will Apollo Beach the past weekend ---- -----.-...._- ,
serve two- AI'SALIIAUNThe ------- ---- ------ ---
c.i.. year terms. They were sworn in with Mr. Jackson's' father, Harry Michael J. Sholtis, Christine I I
,i. on April 21. P. Jackson Riverside Drive. Riley and Cornelius Riley were sixth national delegate con
__ I I finalists in Palm Bench Pnnnlv A. ference of the Health ant! W lfr..
H club com-petitions.i .. insect'and Fund of the Upholsterer's j t International t :

a plant identification. Michael also Union is being held at -.'" Winning three classesin
l HEARING AIDS won honors in air-layering Salhaven Village, meetings being
1 The three 4-H clubbers will represent held in the auditorium.
c All new styles al sensible prices Palm Beach County at the Sal B. Hoffman who has been
sl 4-H Achievement Meet senior division president of the union since 1917,
all makes of Instruments
Service on the Mobil Run is
i at Lake Placid this month and Charles 'Harris, president of Economy easyif
,. AARP-NRFA special program the Florida, Slate; Labor Councilof

Free hearing test In home or office JORUM HEW APRIL 15 the AFL-CIO, are the principal

y Batteries, cords, molds Jupiter Jaycecs sponsored a speakers for the occasion.
Delegates to the conference have transmission.
Kcgi Hi IN STUART: Batteries available at "Meet Your Candidate" forum at which met last in 1961 will survey you a great

.If. Cul4.r, Little Specialty Shop, 234 O&ceota SI.Diitrlbutor Jupiter School l on Wednesday progress of the 'village and

night.State and candidates of review policies and operations( of
county the board of trustees, which has
. Acousticon Hearing Aid Center both Democratic and Republican. control of the health and welfare
parties were present, or sent representatives fund.

It'l '709 ORANGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE: 461-3266 to present their pro I "'
gyug fEA ggug --- RIil1 PIA GALLON
''l'lr. grants. WARRIORS TIK CLASS C .Il." CLASS C*
'le fOR HONORS aaw ru CAWH

Jupiter'i Baseball Warriors ended ulck SpICIII Y 6..N..t LASS D sick Le Sabn...............tU

REALLY the week in a three-way tie for Itulck Speelal Y ............
HAVE YOU South Atlantic Conference honors
with Monsignor Pace of Opa- CAR L..U.U CAR IF......................17.41

r. locka and Miami U Salle. CAR M......................t3. CAR R......._......_....!2.144 CAR CG......................17.17 ,
Going into Saturday's with
'. Pace with a 6-0( record game in conference CAR N....................... CAR ......._........._.. CAR NN..17J11

GIVEN ANY THOUGHT TO wins, the 6-3 victory for Pace CAR 0.......................2314 CAR T..a......_.__..2L40 CAR II.......................20.10
set the Warriors back to the tie.

v St.O Friday, the Warriors downed CAR P......__.......2Si4 CAR U........N.u.. NN..IUI CAR 11......................1160

0I Cardinal Andiew's of Boca Raton, 63. CAR KIt( ....................1IJI
'. Newman won over Jupiter
YOUR COMMISSIONER'S JOBTO earlier in the week by one
run 4-3, in a non-conference game. ........a.Statabi$ .........lallt/ll/ ea.e.O.e Mallie5 elybI c..,UdwhWrwrawra .

J JI IIITIE ...._..._.,

The opening of the Little League

a FULFILL (KSj TO SHARERESPONSIBILITY Friday Road.baseball Recreation evening season Park at is on 7 scheduled County at Kiwanis Line for Buick has a great transmission..

Come out and back the Little

HIS THE Leaguers!
An lutooiobil utntmMoa. w. grin' lIIII.ener type to help you wfrlf piM can don cirs. The di tanc. wan J.J4J mles,
CI LI,BRATE ANNIVERSARY ,ou on'i tb. moM M>ul.. inin. tub| ct o. and trucks M well u gw Kitiou. Haul whit moM fimdw log la tout
Mr and Mr with Nothing 10 look M .,th.. You'U hat.lot about It In the one couple monthi AU three Bukks said. regular ,a..
William C.
ns Jr celebrated Mor. But i it pond like for four ant or* cw M of pus M thu modem kind of tummi. So the Economy Bus le not (lust I I.....
If/ RESPONSIBILITY enth their twenty-lev- sin you s b.nst bush on ....form.ne. won It adopted bf note sad. Bate ta country tout fat the Mobil people and .
I wedding anniversary/ at their and(Molin miluf.,somtthuif lupMotd! holders few cu bulfi. hit "...bl. ten of. cw's
home on Riverside Drive last week. Uu w..k to be ,0Ill'uUJ.. What about engine. power tarn and whir It s able to squeeie
Mr and Mrs. James out of hi fuel.
Spurry St.
Th. Lot Angela to New Yoik Mobil Of course, in efficient tfinimluJoa gets
Michaels Md., were here for the We don't eipect everybody to ruth out
Economy Run proved oat thing for sura. man efficient when amid up a : .
occasion.: thu werk end to buy a new Buick HIM
Thefts quit t dlH""enc. ill the tr n.. Ian agile engine. The winning, Buick
Others honoring the Mortises miuions of new C tap power plans w"e our new V-6 and V... beuuM: w. woo a few economy: trophit.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Shock The 3OO cubic inch VI In the winning' There w*to many othef good rewoni lit
and Mr and Mrs James Marrs of thru out ol four for Buick Bunk Specul (the loweit priced of aSock. !Inning to Buick thaI economy uiuillygni
Lake Park and The time .) and the Buick LeSibre (the loweM second! bdJIII,. There styling, tutu
; Mr. and Mrs. John long- champion la die miumhv nlly An unuiutllr rule E.aflOIJi1II"lIftln..n -
H. Talbott Mr. and Mrs. Albert lion !league-Buick-willted off with the prandbut, Buick) M like s wellconditionedfighter. greil workminihip And!
All mUll!., no fa,. Weighs" la nary '
1964 Mtu
Ii) economy peoiunt No other "
Wehage Mr. .
; and SmiU wonder
Mrs. Eugene of very young performance
make of ICM than other' V a s similar punch
cu won ti
Wehage; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Foul enttwi, three winners many mama. H Bunk. It look every other V,aintheEconomyl.ua.Your Buick,_. .... lie tunning M U.* over lain
Wehage and their sons Vincentand
Christopher and Mr and Mrs. The winning Specul amw!rte new Super type ol drlrlng-fejular lae But k'l nice w get economy u I plus la t
Harold! E, Jenkins Turbine 300 lucoauuk mntmuuon. the' The Run wu through cue* and townlscroll Buick. Beyond the dultin lived oa paint
and Harold Jr. :
Ld.brs was equipped with. the Super: super highways in tnffic, out of line, thete 11 certain prude i in knowing I you
THINKCONSIDERELECTCHRIS Turbine 400 (both( optional M sans eat>. tnffie. Thu. wu not net track driving, of have i cw that s built to get the mow out
WMS MEETS Thcrre the kale to a long line of BuckoinimuiKxu proving ground driving Thu) wti your! of every tank of,lIObn..
The Women's well known to their tmooth.neti kind: of driving-lea, though you an I
Missionary Society end tbtence of' thift fed'.The Super. .pact to get u good 1 milage si iheM Wouldn't You Really Rather
met Monday night at the home TwbuM Is s nfioe4. sad unproved. !GIq... upon dciveti u thin. finely tuned. produc II.... Buick'
of Mrs. Roy Rood.
In the absence! of Mrs. George
Call, Mrs. Amos Basset presided.

Mrs. Kenneth-Horne.

Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. VIckers
left last week for their home in AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC, INC.
COMMISSIONER- Ocean City N. J. The Vickers
spend their winters* at the old 614 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY AT 7.2424 SlUARf, FLORIDA

... .. .. IKaIIo ,.. Cause _..... _. DI.trtet .. DuBois home on the hill overlooking -
raid jwlltk.1 -t. a.p v d kr U. numln tnuwm of ChefS _P..... PoUtJoaI A4.......... Jupiter Inlet which
: they now
own. .' Stellle BuWi ukibil dit CwmlMtn) /"w'.t'-Nni"YstlWortfi fall,


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THE Sn,IHT (Fla.) NEWS!, Ask Permit to I Harold Johns Post

Building Thursday! Permits April _13.. :!1964. At Dredge Canal, Fill Site r Home Building Section ] -Past--Commanders in

Application I has been made to
Total $147,100$ the !Department: of the Army by ,auc
South Fork Ranch Inc. c/o 24thCommander
Ten residential permits were' Grecnlces, Arhojjllht & Montgomery RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Offices April
among tM sixteen buiklm? permits, Inc. Stuart, for a permit t?.
I htucJt.! m Martin County IBM week construct a bulkhead place fender
for a total of $147. 100. piles and to dredge and fill In (April 10 through 17)) John L. Taylor of be June 3-7 in JacksonvillePrior
Six city permits totaled $11- St Lucie Canal, eastern shore at Owner Location ContractorCity Description Amount' Harold Johns Post! No. 62, The to the Past Commander
WO; nine countv p'rmitl. tlOl.- applicant's property about 1,500) American Legion, has announcedthe Night>> at 8 p.m. the Legion will,
feet north of the Arundcl Shop past commanders who will fill
600. and one in the Town of Sew. of Stuart have i covered dish dinner jointly -
ails Point, $14,000INVFSTIG (( bridge in Martin County. The bulk. the offices of the post for the ,
1 1"
head would'be IX( ) feet long with R. H. Lear, Inc 905 Treasure Road None Ridi' .$U.ooo meeting of April 24 at 8 p.m.. when with Auxiliary members" and <
\TI\O AGENCIES ton elevation of twenty-two feet all !past commanders will be honored gion members" starting at
Phyllis Alhy 1122 East Ocean Boulevard Addit oa. 1
ApostolopouToa .
level. The oldest commanders
MUST I1CENSJDSecretary above mean sea Dredging past at the Legion Home.
m would he performed immediately St. Mary'' Chnrclt! 304( Amcriuo Avenue Apnstolopoulos( Ikntolink rB.idcnoe ... ....... will hold offices: according to the p.m.
of Slate Tom Adams channelward of the proposed bulkhead Fred A. Rein 614 Alnmanda Avenue None As JJitlo1\ tooo years they were commanders
has reminded all private investietitive with (the dredged material Coral Gardens Construction Cn. River Point Drive North None 1 fWQ res'lencea (each) 8,000) C. B. Arbogust having been One Martin County vegctihlcfarm ,
watchman, guard and placed shoreward of the bulkhead. commander in 1931, will take office alone employs from 150 u
patrol agencies which have not yet It Is also" proposed to place fifteen Martin County of past commander. Fred I 500<) workers with a payroll rang-
Mquircg a Mate license thin IIK' 'v' three.pile fender dolphins in line ? Stafford, as commander in 193) e I ing from $10000( ) to $18000() "i
are practicing their profession illegally along the channclwiird face of the Gateway Construction Co, Hunt Club Colony None Five residence. (each) 14,01)0 and 1947 will preside as post; com week
The law providing for the I bulkhead and to extend for 122 Rue! Deem Mariners Cove None Utility-room 1(1)0) mander for the celebration Judge
licensing and supervision of these feet each aide.Bad A. O Kanner, as commander in
agencies became effective on July I Joseph Moment Olympia lId Reliance Construction Co Residence a,1X1O 1935, will have the position as
1, '963. Wiring Cause Harvey Shelton Port Salerno None" Addition 600 first alma commander and Dr
'A '
Herman Decker St tucie Inlet Fllrml None Assembly rlllnt 8,01)0( Julian D. Parker, as commander W
Of Auto Blaze in 1936, will be second vice commander
Town Sewalls Point Other officers'
of will be:
Complete II i Faulty wiring\ was held I responsible Andy Tsimas, 1940, as adjutant: af v
: for a blare which i did dam R- B. Smith Paint Row Salmleaf Construction Co. Residence 14000 Michael G. Littman, 1941, as finance -
age estimated as "between $4M() ] officer; Roscoe H. Rollins,
and 5500 to a car owned and driven 1943, as chaplain; Robert R.
Rrpaln by Roland Merrcll, vice president i- Brown 1943, as historian: Roland
I and trust officer of the First Secluded Lanai Includes Barbecue Mmnehan, 1949 and 1950 as
II I I National Bank of Stuart about service officer and O L Meyers
Chason's Garage:;! i noon Thursday, April 1 16 1951 and 1959, a I scrgeant-at-
I According to fire Captain L. arms.
: Dial AT 7.2311 Brown, Merrcll was driving north Other past commanders now
SERVICE you lAFETV on Colorado Avenue, when, near The first group of figures still members of the post are: John
4t8-41a a..th '......1 Hlihwar I the At I A intersection' he noticed In the house) number represents ? F Hilton, 1952 and 1953: Charles
_. 0-- __ I sparks near his feet. He escaped the square feet of liva- A. Kindred. 1954: John W. Kel- "Y Up! Just Drove
i from the vchicje' just! before flames able area in the house (The ler. 1957.: Roy E Luckhardt. I960,
h u rat through the dashboard other group is an office number and John L. Taylor 1962 and From Chicago to
SAFTI.AIDSLOCKSMITHS Brown extinguished the blaze with .) According to Jan Rein 1963.
I I hand-extinguisher, to ,preventunnecnary er, the cost! of building sucha Nominations for the new officers Los AngelesVith..
water I he house may be reckoned as
said damage about $10 l per square foot, for 1964-65 will be made by I out Stopping I"
-KEYS MADE- exclusive of land cost. For example the nominating committee duringthe
L k'Combinations i \L1FST WAS LOW a house numbered U meeting
r11Ndh'.4 ,
; ON SCHOOL MILK 935-11 l I would have' 935 square d. ti
The Twelfth District Conference
o Changed I feet of hvi.b'e' aces and Here Is hoping this braggart
Seahest Foods formerly Bennett should I cost! approximately will be held in Sebastian on May carries plenty of automobile>>
; -NEW LOCKS- Dairies, West Palm Beach was $9,350 to build 3 and Department Conference will liability, plus medical and hos
apparent low bidder on Grade A
: Hobe Sound 'I homogenized milk for the next pital. A quarter million dollar
school year at 059 cent a pint. PAINTS HARDWARE liability suit\ '( *Is nothing to brag
: 64881 546-5137 Five bid were opened at Monday By IAN REINER and elbow room. which opens into the dining area Atlantic 7036JIi about.
I night school board meeting. Howe No. 1380-19 Although from the street only is compact, but with plenty of poach
the and blank wall are i four 1 ...
carport a counter and cabinet space, as well ClvMitn4 PbPlumbhx
The steady demand for desirable visible, they are painted attractive
o as a built-in oven ((0)), countertoprange 1 Su.plt.1Pip
INSIST ON THISPOLICY house lots has resulted in ly and topped by the narrow whiteline (R), wall cabinets (dotted HDftOOMI It.,, | ) IOIIOOM 14.12P Cut R. JOHNSON
o constantly shrinking sizes, so that of the projecting roof cave.Gone on plan), sink (5)) under the window
is the "formal" front doorwith T. Sl fck
the and refrigerator (RF) closeto
changes are required in plan.
its traditional decoration and AGENCY
Policy the dining area Electric SuppIU.Motor
ning of modern houses to meet accents Here it becomes, an informal
: ,of It safeguards your the limitations of expensive but 3 by 8-foot flush plywoodor The dining area may be separated Bruib.l. Porl.r For C.bl..nd(.lack *Otho Dnk.r.atilt ,. Realtor and InsuranceAT
the a
from by
: Title Insurance REAL ESTATE odd-shaped lots. This threebedroom i ( steel) door on the long side living-room aa0000M INDIAN RIVER SALES 7.3366
folding partition (see zigzag on c
of the house, leading into the far
o TITLEby and two-baths home is one end of the 28-foot-deep living area. I plan). ", __ 0. Tho JENSEN Drlvo BEACH North! FIRST FEDERAL BUILDINGFURNITURE

such example. Only 30 feet "nar Behind the front wall,which encloses The two rear bedrooms openon
written contractual row" (but 46 feet deep), this I a 5 by 12.foot storage room, to a screened porch ((30 by 8 : I II II I
I undertaking and stands SO-Iquare.foot home offers is a secluded lanai ((18 by IS feet) feat) with partially screened roof I
.1 I for much of 'inner'' compensation for with a barbecue" ((8)), a reflection (see picture). The master bedroom: I 4I 4II 4II
II I your protection as the lack of "outer" garden space pool (P), lawn, stepping stones, has Its own bath and linen closet I Uv1Na DtNINc PMt
the insurance obligationof pavement and ornamental plants. as well as two large closets! The I '" ,osil4bI
Ileathcote By means of 16 feet of sliding second bathroom contains a show. I t "
one of the nation'slargest glass doors the living and dining er stall and h lighted and ventilated I i

, oII o and strongest:;! Nurseries areas fuse their floor space with by''a skydome. Bathroom I tMN 1'uiJ0
that of the lanai, and augment their plumbing inik back-to-back with I : i 4-
title, insurance Architect Designed Lwidscspbig. height by the sky view" throughthe kitchen for economy of installation _'on 7' RENTALS
companies.CALL Oriental Design" A Specialty.Coniplrl ... lanai roof. Thus from the The bedroom hall which
contains a closet for a washerdryer I
inside this house offers a reward.
UM of Ornamental! W and linen (U.), I ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial
LA Dyers l1t1oo.n. ing experience I n space, color, ( ) storage receives .
.. Plant !Material.N1he/ Indian furnishing and landscaping-In daylight and fresh air :,
River .Area's Oldest Landscape another ItONT- AT 7-0804 VV'. Give Gold Bond Stamps
-Nw mw.a.rr.rq.. .. TITLE SECURITY COMPANY short, in creative living environment through skydome
Nursery, Our 38lb Vear.Tum A heat pump or an oil-fired fur.I to it could be installed in the --- --. -
271 QSCEOLA AVENUEAT Right/ off US. 1 at Lfaiblej TM U-ahapcJ cooking: center, nace with a cooling unit attached stprage room and provide year-
7-4332 SIUART Lumber In Fort Pierce. PhoneIOwad .
(Authorized( Agents>>) I 1-5332. i as the previous year but the value duct round Iytem.Home comfort. through a central I SERVICES

Florida( ,\ fleets dropped about '15 per cent, according -
---;-0'of :--;--:-: --- : No 1380-19 was designed -
r to these preliminary figures by architect Jan Reiner 1,000
Find Mtiro Land More Fish : Fifty-second Street North St Petersburg -

I The, catch of food fin fish Fla, 33710, Reiner is the Motors Rewound
.. .. i editor of Florida Home magazine
what But Value Less last' elm to 85,000OQO({
you J (available at Val's Book Shop or Home Wiring & Outlets
\ .. pounds, up a fraction front 1962 by mailing $1 I to above address).
came' through Ma t Commercial fishing fleets off Menhaden and other nonfoodfish Water Pump RepairsOPEN

", I fofrFlorid Florida's coasts brought in a 185,. used for oils and fertilizers, Tops In Design ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4
"\ .. i *kecomoi green r.Skiee art bluer than flujr :000.000-pouml( Catch of salt water totaled 10,000,000 pound, down
fi1worth\ $26,000,000) ( ) last year, about 17 per cent
1 ; Inn a rigkt to U Mat: UwtVi BUM Meinc ud
the Florida Slate Chamber ofomrnerca amounted to 39,000-
,. $A,7. ..... .. ... ... abiag i and bwiv." ..all yawns xo the taking. LTUfiA (.' \ reported 000 Shrimp pounds up 7 per cent and KINGSIGNS ED
:..... : : ran. ,....'n1eco1frI'II8DI..lIIIOetle.. "The volumq\ of the Florida other types of shell fish.I 18
H,,, .. ... .. .. .. .
r' eaten the 000< pounds, I It I 31,000'.1
The tun b brighter toil( the nlghU. are gayer. (AnileaommftUtioM was approximately same : up per e;
t ..... . . are arose M the pocketbook!) "Florida traditionally
eleventh\ among the fifty states in
.. 1. stay ma3 tea Lmr1a.P1q.:1laJoyaB the thlnge METAL the amount of fish brought in and
BoridiaM' know Ifo yw r w4.\flwt>lq>o al-, \\,.Am W rken In MetalIF third in value of the catch: a\ the HIGBEE ELECTRIC

fi) you pigtt they fonvwl' WE DONT HAVE IT docks.conducted Research by projects the State and!Board programs NEON SPECIALISTS

s of Conservation are helping maintain Pert Here Howard 4-139 327 OSCEOLA AT 70744TRY
these! positions in the face of
es competition from foreign imports ------- ----- ---. -
; t ... i. .- .- Phil- - LII' A1IA1 oSMPANT'. .. and from ovcr-usa of f fu>h producing -
CP/MS la1 ri al 0 4 waters.." I

$TUART PLUMBING i County What? do Cabbages they! grow peppers in Martin cucumbers THE NEW SPEED QUEEN ELECTRIC

& METAL WORKS watermelons and choice
B.B w ATI.illc T 0111 .Stiwrt citrus and lowers lead the list. AUTOMATIC WASHER

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g YOUR REXA1L STORE AT 74$2{ } South Dixie Highway Stuart Telephone 287-4330



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i ON NAND to greet Attorney General lames kynes second from William E Scott; Andrew O Pitlman Jr. and Robert McRoberMKyncs ,

right when he visited Stuart lusi 1 week were. left to ritfht Attorney t il a candidate for election to the office of Attorney General. MISS FUZ\BFTinil\IM\\, Martin County librarian and the \Rev Donald t : Schroeder: president

of the Mental Health Association ol Martin County, examine in ,'n<.lopcilm of mcnlil health a LIQUORSFree
I 1965 session ol the Florida Legis
marriage book and a guide to rational living donated( to the hhran ,\\ the a soiiition,

Kynes Pledges to Battle Against lature.Kynei was In Stuart in the Intermit LienAL AnnERTInEMF1'STre

of his for electionto I I I' Ice Cubes
I campaign Twenty-two vurlciitfi of rose' Martin County vegetable are

the post which ho now holds THi U'.lC(.Ol II\UT a'tIY OF i ('ot TIIR STY I.01 nunmi. \Ttit I are grown In Mirim County in .01,1 to the U S Army and the

Consumer Frauds in Session Here' The state's top legal officer in a eluding so m a with stem thiriv lament( t chain stores and are shipped
rrokal Nw lasts'
inches long und IIO (:ulifurmu,
product of the University of Florida (V HP:: KHT\riO' OKllHAkES 10 : __ DIALAT7
where he starred in athleticsand T>raa.ai>i1. >
Attorney General James W. TO ALL CRBPITOHH AND Pm> I
was a student leader He was WINS HAVINU ('1.\1"" Kynes promised an all-out fight president of the Florida Blue MAXDH AOA1N8T HAIH KUTATK AUiOBIL11INSURANCE
Enjoy the Summer Season Key Ton and aaih h..
on consumer frauds if he is elected t. of you are rM>\
office. He during and was named to the Hall o f entitled and required: to prcxrnl I
to was a guest ,
With New "Do" from any claim and manila whb'h s >nor ,
:\ a a coffee hour Thursday morn Fame He earned a bachelor of allhcr nu, ma.y hav avalnultha '
state off BIC\KhJ HMITII., dr I
8 ing at the community room of the science in public administration r.a..d. l late Of aa4! County. .In She
PARK PLAZA First National Bank of Stuart and a law degree from florida. Cuiintv JudKf nf Martin .mill.,
h'Iorl".. at hla offlpa In the k uirthntm
The state Cabinet officer appointed He practiced law in Ocala after BEAUTY SALON by Governor Farris Bryant his graduation rlnrldit. within alt, >'aim,tar ni'iitlu
from Ihn silo. nf thn firm puhibNthin 1100FREE
317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2838 did not speak( formally to the Governor Leroy Collins appoint of thin notk, teach: Ulm| , fifty persons who attendedthe ed Kynes as a prosecutor for an d".nd .htlll tow In writinr. Nod
the piur. of rr.ld.nrrand
OWNER: GEORGIA HARDWICK coffee hour He went from area in Central Florida. He also :"It"1tl l <.e .1.1 r.m of t lhi> >.I Inc:;
served as a top executive assistun' ant and ahall tlr warn In hv therlelmont
: ( to Governor Bryant for three and any taro rlnliu nr di,?ninnd nut
kynes said "we have a deficiency years. He succeeded Richard W. 10 tlf-A ahall, bo void

RECEPTIONIST BETTY HARDWICK in our laws in Florida that Ervin as attorney general when A.OIXJA xpiitrlx NMITIt of Ihfl r....' Will) NO DELIVERY

should bo corrected. There is an the latter was elevated to the FlorIda and 1 Taatamrnt, de'peoodTtft'fttIw of tioNhoeHmlth
-- ever-increasing number of 'fl ln Supreme Court. AND TII1'1tI..oW

flam artists' on the con- On hand at the coffee hour Attorneys for BuiriurU
preying ,
Ill 1"lr.t.11./ \; "" neck n"lIotlntr'Ir I
suming public. Thunday were most political candidates r0. HOT 7n. Klimit 1, Florida

BUILD A BETTER FLORIDAWITH "There is no state in the nation in Martin County. Andrew fun i: April nhllratinn.. t. ID April, US>> I I9H4 Iii4 TURNDOWNS I HOLIDAY-
which should have a better business O Pitlman Jr.. Martin County

image than Florida and I campaign chairman for Kyne, introduced .

dedicate myself to making a vigorous him to those present ANNOUNCING
Want' to know ? Call
effort to rid the state of this now .
evil, he declared ---
The attorney general remindedthe RM.ITtH: : H< 11 HOIK VtNH MIRFLAINE KFNNFLSlufcn
rn that he Nntlo 1 In hr<.hy Rlvn that the i
group recently appointed
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"nd.I"'n..d umlpr Ih.
HAYDON a state-wide committee to study nf Chain2CIHM" I.awa of! Klorlda, Boarding Day Week ReardonINSURANCE ,
the problem of consumer frauds A Ha of tilt, will; rralotor with: Ih. *
: and reported that I'h..k l of the (Innit I''url 'In and Month
the committee for Martin Count. Florida' nponrc .
ik I would make recommendations for _I lpt of proof of publication: I LIQUORSNFXT
remedial legislation thl. notice. thq fliiitlnna nam. tonit .1 Obedience Training
I -- _prior___to the H H. rlk/: : d >lnit hualnrai a* AGENCY
.tUltll'IIVKMKM'IIH 111,dr' Hhlrh I .
will niraao In hualnv
I : ., hailnir my nrlmlnHl plar of : 5401 S. Federal Illghway i i
IV "m\"J \ Krueger Building StnartT 7-3262
IM.fr; :
BURNS it rut sir hnoln.'oo In Hot into! xtiiarl, Mar. : ,
"1\'.0 A'Rill" t.RI. Stilt. MIHI' '1\ to5ii. tlni>nnlUK\ .. that tiles pertn.. Fat Pierce Phone 464-3378 i NEXT TO KWIK CITE
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All ....tllto.. or file p.Mte of or inTrsiinv' TO
IIOUPRT,. Ai'iiIANVILWAMIS" df *- HI".i_'ifrH' : lit 'I"'lnl" Ntwpi
GOVERNOR ?(I. are hrrrbr nntlflxd unit ri" N..II,'.' la hprrby .a-lvn hill (h*
AS YOUR qulrrd to nix sir Ultima' or dominds und"mlvnnd' under. the pro.,1010". "w 1
olilrh the;' may hive atinlnrt pf <'i i.i.icr innrt' t..n. of Klorldii, K: lrMf171.1JUr'Wa, :: +sN1a1ep''ry
"Id ratal In tor fflia of th. Arty ,./ 111, will i nrliiir with': the ke xrr 'r epic,'
miniv: J judjr: of Martin Co.ni> fink of th* < If ult ('oiirt In and I
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la. In the inurlhoua at Hni for Martin fnuntv.i 5St. do. span: .rr. l r
art Klorldii. within vlirht raFimdiir ut YitW
rpiflpt' of pro"l iMilillnllnn of .
month from Iho diite nf tha flint thl. notlP. she flrtliloii, iianin, to' .
YOUR r ',VOTE r FOR'' HAYDON: !8URNS: ON r : rlnlm niihlloatlHi or demand of thl.must b nol* In..wrltlntfand .:II'h wit .THIJ fIITl'A RT MiPINAndpi

mum Plato th* plat,* or 1'01 which w* will In
MAr Slh. U ''A, rorE :lORI a.vIN ;, and I mum bet .worn of buHnai< In the Htuart ara nhr.nn .
to by Ih* claimant. his annul. ir t'nnntv. Flu.: that th* partIMald
I IH hi. attoiney or It will become void .r- In told biiHlnM af
PROGRESs AND, EXPERIENClD'1EAOEHSHP' : aCOrdt low, nuiln Very and :Marlonnry' ofiihir
FRAT NUAATtoNAL BASK Ytuori:, Plnrlde .nd that Thor. Sr! I
o"ulor: 'Iho no |.ere one liilcrv.lrd t In: ,aalj y.
or E"tais or b".h. "
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4 new Trlmwill gives them You get all this convenience for _

reI operating costs that are far below
twice the storage space In TRIMWALL I
4 other similar-sized frostless refrig
the floor their
.:',. same space is erators.And Kelvmator's exclusive First' b.sldldv.nctln refrigerator

present refrigerator-and the new Trimwall construction provides cabinets in 50 yearsl .

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i grows your food needs grow. But ..,,=a ':

your kitchen doesn't That' why Subssrlbsrs' t. .the Saturday Evening /.r -

1 Kelvioator designed the TrimwaD Post enl Lad''..' Hsm Jmaal In*ha1 tmmf*** k..*:Ma araotIhMkaranf.
SAVINGS AND LOAN r tut mmanl villMutafla '
to five you 17 cubic feet of storage may already hive won in Ktlvuiator'i .. .K. r uMica kj ...*.1!

in the MOM floor space your old, ,Trimwall Sweepstake, !tM.086priest,":, (lp.abtr i M.| lof ad."seder "az I
I I ASSN.OF MARTIN CO. tr Nothjnt buyl Just bring'id your coupon U.Mck aluady owe Kit Part
occupied : an**w {tow, ua4 aa ompajTaiaaaii -
from the March 29 Sal.,Sot.Foil or aw";" 1 a
,, before.. And that's J just the start of \ -
4 L 4ltr'lami Jt1 mttlJ First prize: .
f the advance in this remarkableApra rr.A -
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u.s. 1-SOUTH OF COLORADO AVENUE r frigrrator.YouneverbavetodeAmbassador and 10 e (at.Han IMiaatalanalKRAUSS -

post the refrigerator or the freezer:, Kdvioatie. Appliance. *,

Open Dally 9 fl.ro. to 3 p.m. Ar

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Organizations- Directory Colonel Francis P. Tomkins Plans Home I THE REV, CHURCH BILLIE OP, GF.- ..

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS Ceoll' Cos..lnnI. I l iul am Sunday SaboolII
J..t..I1-....... A. "Wsibs -0 .. Morning WonklpYPB.
Alr.hollci Anonymous ... .... ....... .... .... .-..I...... 7 ,..... Ivonlng

Wed. >,:IOPBJ Redle Em. U. Community.. Cr'*CLirchAm.I.u M C Board .1 Uh'OIl AeI.I*.' : 7,8: :: To.., P W."t. odi I:::I
r| irr 7:55: Thsrs.. Mor
I".ordlntor- ,',',. Boione Onalnman' TIt".. Fnt T.in KkoadMod p at e..h.... Here Is 'Fifth Generation in U.S. Army'By I
Martin Caunly MuMum C nmliiU.>n CHAPEL OMsous ta Cimmuallir Bldf )
Mee M* Loto.u. .. Ch.lrmnn-Mr., Hush I.. Wlll u.hky JP.tIb DIAL-A-PRAYER AT 7-2512 RKV O BENNETT. 1."
P.iId.t-MP.,, a..1 J home KlItfc <> Tun.. Ill, p....., Courthoua. ... _,. .||0 l'HARI.11. School

tiulnm TUM.A Pr.I ilO .p.m.*.'.aal I W_...* ClUbM.nnrn.P M C: Zonlnf and Prannlnf CanuilaalaiCkalrman I BUNNY ABBOTT 0 ':' ed the Army War College at Washington ASSEMBLY O* (1.1. City lids p.... Worship Service

,...Id.n.-Lld. Board Jamai GauxltanIckool A fine fraction of five consccu- .,, D. C., and then was attached REV 1 I. H .r BIBLE UNION 1.ITION.
  • live of service with LAWRIE J. SHARP
    ...... li,too .. Momlnt al.
    Park.Norlh Klw Ind Mon, 7 tiP p.m., Cuortbo.oT. of Cavalry as armored advisor : Sunday BakoolIliOtam
    .. ... he United Slate Army will be Tills Ikun.. nrwdp
    frotwrlr OU I A..ocl." pm. Ilbl 1..
    ._ .f S.w.11. Paint Just to this country's k>,, Mornlnf Werablp
    r..ld.nt--C. M. Rohmbauib.lln .. trough! to Martin County next ... prior : i 5 40 pm. 1 ,00 ..... to I m, Woman
    .. >i Ind Wedneidan at boms.CUl Ind" ., Wad--J. I Maroualln p.,... Tows Hall all, when the ifeal.lVealand. ., ,, into World War II, I in March l7 Tillpm: Kvan .UiU* **r. tu.
    Card.m Clvls. Ai.ix-Utlo. r he was a U. S. observer FIT BAPIST- .ATMU
    - - - of the sixth .} o PaatvrSuaaay PEOPLES
    nephew vice president ) WA'fKII. CONCETIONo"
    Pr.ild.nt.-Cdrauoi) Plellel.t warfare in the Middle 0ItKI8'f RKV
    lIuD. I p m.. It.C. A.leultuia1. Bldirrxholdm POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 0' the United Statci buiIJi hii new I! stO: an Early A IIIL
    Aiieclatloa home at North River Shores ing with Briish. French, Indian *UI ..... Bundiy IckoolliUO UiOO: a.m: ( hunh School
    Rapukllean Club at Martin CouatyrnW
    Pfd.nt-OoioU.i, O V. lottoMMieta .nt_ ..... B. "'...... Colonel Francis P. and troops in Palestine ,5....... Tnlnlnf Mornlni, OnIon WorohlpS UlOO a.m: Mornlnf W..h. .NurMry
    TompkIns during "
    OB eallGardM R. ubllcan WO.IM Club .1 Martin CaM against troops of the Vichy French. .1
    W..blpw.o..r TiS ...
    Prosldout'-Mrs.. Job W, Hun.., hose northern home ii at North- (. pm.Bv.nlnn Youth Voopor .

    ._ Club-Mr.1*. Smart John "W. Hull? I" T..... I p..... FIrst N.tlonlll Iiuh field. Vt., has spent the last five After a short term as military lilt, a.m. Mld-WMk Prayer lomb,. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-.-JMMH B k.

    "*' .r> I :10 p.m.. Womui Clot4lhlicul C. DMMcrall CaMiirln Csmmlut.oChaitmIdwurd winters in !tyartin County at a attache at Teheran he returnedto PALM CITY BATIIT-51b hay. MURMAN B. FCASTfcBSuiday

    > Park. Clvlt Aneelatle. T. Murray 131.0101.Tna.Msyd I Inlet Tides Port Sewall t Washington as a general staff HeIsT TATUM. Palter a M T,10 ..
    uest at Holy CommunIon:
    ... .* 8t ClaMMo.tlu .
    tild.nl .0..,.. MaeDonaM and In 1942 was deputy .. School Sits
    .41 5. Sunday a.m. Family (lommunlo and
    I "'Mon 1 ,It p.m.. First N.t....*! But ,i on tallRELIGIOUS and likes our area well enough to < .HFi orcr. the staff of General Omar ItOO .... Pursing Wo.... ('harsh BohusI.
    I - settle here Hit Tralnlnf Union :id* am.Morning and S.rmo
    MdUolowa CI... Cluk permanently greatTeatgranduncle S:,1 pm / Pray.r
    ....,M" (find HmlUr I OKG>NIZATION> was the DanielD. : iradley's 12th Army Group, and ,.... 1..oIDI Worship. IFIr.t gundiy Holy Communion)

    No.. *." GIrl, ..' FrlMidly. ...|..1.Load. Tompkins ((1774-1825)\ ) who was became senior Intelligence officer vise, II.m. 5. .*. Pray Tiwidiy: -1 Wrih am Holy D.yi
    I .r Mr. Jark. Wkltwai on the staff of Britain's General l..t.1 ..... Co..anl.
    ..... Bich &a.... Cub '. ,
    .. of New York In I 1812 I Ilhor.o.--I. C..I.
    .. Saln
    Pr..ld.nt- lr.! Calvin Wllbetnl lam *l (kurrIt. governor Montgomery. FIRS1 8A'TJTD ( Thundiy
    . Wo4.l I p.... J. B Woman ClubI. JM.k Guild and vice president under James II 1. C. YLK 1''1.v K ",.m Holy 1'.1

    ..... aback Woman A.ualaUo PlvilrlMt M... Bdward KlnMlla Monroe, fifth President of the I Tompkins later organized and .t4t a.m. Sunday School. I Unity Church TIM Fart
    that. ..... Mornlnf WorshIp S Flih. .
    Pmsld.n4.-ru. PnnoH )lubb.llsl4d lot M...., I p m. School commanded a highly-specialized T- .Hill in... cnurrh .,
    liMed States. DTO ..
    pm. I os .
    ' Mon, 8R 781 Clubeeue St. ,JoMk Holy Nun Sacbrty. Forceiust before the capture of ,.1 p.... Ev.nlnf WmhlpTilO nm t1. WtdraldatHI
    Worn Club ..Ident-It. Roimirlnrkur 'Our Colonel Tompkins, as we 5ans. of this .... dB.idiy Prayer meet.Inaa. I HER AN CHURCH OF ST ANDREW
    Junior *** ; job unit was to
    Pr.tld.nV, Mr.. Cur Cromwell .. twfur lad hoI p m, SekoolSCQUTINQ eel we may now call Francis P. The Choir piaetle follows.RIO lAmwIcan Luthara,, Cherub)
    capture and intelligence w. Trim Vit, Blvd.. Port St Lttcw
    Ind 11",,. I p.m.. Woman Club - - - is married to Leonora daughter safeguard BAPTIST H. C. awE, PA8TOHH *
    valuable installations
    Mirtla Catintr Auduko. $ .'T mrtIrd of the late last white rajah of Sarwak. targets ( or RKV. JACK FERNANDEZ
    Mon. t nm., Jdt Clouts stIles such as scientists), and t.41 .... Sunday School '::1... kudsy School.
    Boy Seaut .1 A..rolanBsautm.ruCsil Sir Charles Vyner Brooke; pen. of of liOO ..... Mornlnf Worihlp I am. Worship 8.10
    M C. A.iiKlitlM lor M.ntal HsslthPmuldsfltRs' DlpWu4. and widow of the Earl of Inchcape.The tem epert many 4:rlO pm. Trilnlnf Union S. SOUTHERN
    Don.ld chioeder 7,lit P.m.. Stuart Am Lwlon Ball them targets Bvinlnf Werahlp1X8
    I clviillns. thol 1.46 p.m. (MMtlni In HeIr Sound Cl .. c.._)
    Tb* Rest Tom kIn.I Charles
    Ind Thun noon p ton, Wedn.e. Prayer Heating .
    SM Enplonn J.._ Bwck, Sh>! 420 operative our benefit. pm IV. t-HALEi BENNETT, ?.
    M. t: Ckapter, Am.rle.a Caaaer: aWbrtyChelnnin $lktpp.r$ -flM>rv* Glass twelve, a student at Green Chim- TROPICAL BAPTIST-Hwy.JLWIS .PC p.... Song g.rvlo. .t
    -Mallory JohnaonMaHIn Wud: ttlO: ..:.. Anekorai* MarliutStRVICt eys. Brew ter, N. Y., presently Colonel Francis then assumed STANCIL rAMs Paatort4l I,.p... "'.Dln Worship
    Mmorlal Hoapllal Auxiliary .. a combat command in 7th Armor. Sohool
    I plans to seek admission to West ...... HOLY CROS CATHOLIC-.sladjsos.w.
    lIMO Mornlnf Wor.hr
    frMid.ii_Mra. Curt Otto CLUBS ed Division leading it the U. ;
    Point and become the sixth SilO Tnlnlnf TJnloaSiOO IVIKR JEiH
    it II.... Pint National Bank gener- throg | pm.
    CMtaa Club ., Sluart Batle of the Bulge and end p.... Bv.nlDi Warship Mum-Sundaya, Ti4. ( a.m pint Frfc
    and the fifth in direct .1
    _i'. Card.. Club '... .._Aaron Huitoa tion, sueession of the war in eMs p... W... Mldwe.k Pnyr day .p... Uonfmilona brfor Maaiea.ST. .
    IrwldenRay N. Prlrl Wo4.I noon, TownhouM R.itaur.nt to make the Army a caeer Europ.
    lot T..... 710, p..... N. C. Air. Bid*. He World War DUNKLIN MEMO. BAST-.c'll_ MARY'S.EPISCOPAL4IS OCM*
    l.dlo.I. KJwanl Club Rev. INC; LOTT Boulavard Stuart
    Martin Count !tot"' .* bIldmOS) AaM.rraildmt Pro.ldsut-Jsmo Rlt.sWd. Daniel D. Tompkins (the one II by running a Europeanntelligence 10,00 ..... Sunday Srtool 1h. RKV W. R ROWB E.otor
    lr* B school at Oberammergau ..lIoml.1 a (Sept t* Jan)
    ., ftlOpra.. Con ..... lit Nat.Natleael who was vice president for there fill pm. UnItsOils 1,50, n. I(June Sept.
    T.anlo. )
    .. .. 1
    8U. Club
    Bavaria. .. ..
    later p. Wieb .'
    S..r.tarlM Aaaoclatlaaj Prooldont-Jom. Coin were a couple more ) was a "
    ?r.old.tb-t's. VlrIula VeaolZhd4tk llt-lrd' Wd, Till. p.... SayBOVr1. descendant of John Tompkins. COL. FRANCIS P. TOMPKLNS. a great-great-grandnephew of For hn efforts he was awardedthe Til* p... Wad, Mldw*>k Bwvle I tOO Saint an Holy Eu.hIoI Thunday, sad

    Molt., Id. 4... 'UIbral'J' Jupltar-Hok Sound (....* Club w ho settled at Concord, Mass. in the sixth Vice Pre.idcnt Bronze and Silver Stars and ST IEV.JOSEPH JAN fJii" f..1dIt EPISCOPAL.CHURCH. OF D THE..oD BLESSED

    Pita City .OanlM Club. PrMld.n -Kub.rt Harp,1pm 640. He graduated at ColumbiaCollege the Legion of Merit. itrk d.yll Mon thru,' 5,101Outtirdoy Si, Indlaatew
    Plnnt* .1 ]
    Ind Preildwifc,.I bun-.,HIM.i.0 Mabel*...., Cite. ""too 110"- .. Jupll.r LIU Marina. in 1795, and wn admitted was recommended for appointment j lei in Minnesota finishing up by He retired once in 1947 but was _Saturday 1 .80Oonfmlonat tat TkuriAay* ICRAlENT-. LOUC.

    **tal City Civil Orf.nliaUonPmlduk Rotary Club if. IS PuusPr..ldoub.Dr. .plating Map 10 the bar two years later In 1804 II brigadier general of volunteers commanding twenty-four camps. returned to active duty at his own belon tint Friday of month, 4i8* t* Sill T100 p,. Church Holy Eucbirlit I.hol
    Dr. 0-.. U. Volt Wo4.l. 11:11 ..... SunrlM Inll he was elected to Congress but for conspicuous service at the Bate Then after a spell as RO1'Clnbtructor request during the Korean episode SilO: and '.0.Sill. p. CHRIST.
    Ind TUM.. Clvl Qsstt.rrsu.I.a of Cedar Creek.At ST. CATHOLIC.. MEMO.I.opl. blood
    Stuart KJwanl. ClubPmsldsuttJ before taking his Mat was appoint with i CRISTOPHU' (WlnUr .
    Cardeaa Civic at Virginia Military In. serving the Central Intelligence oD. t AprIL

    rrMldnk-JU 1. W. 1Io"r- Thura., Illla..p.H....Haiwlala Tow Houa Hlp.o. ed to the New York Supreme the outbreak of the Civil titute, Lexington Va., he attend' Agnc before retiring Hob M. at Itilt, .... BundiyiIRST CHURCH OF COD-IndLuton

    lit Moa, I p.... home HI. Club Court by Governor Morgan Lew- War he was assistant instructor cd the Command and General finally in CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIEN- RtV. iVtHETT MOBS
    Port (alerae Clvl AiaacbtSanirrMld.n Sluart Stni n Sau.r Dana Is. In 1807 he ran against Lewis In the Cavalry School in Washington r 1ST-724 Lust Cu... Beule !
    Js.nsoust Pmul'lst-.tlbort<< Boo Staff School at Fort Leavenworth Since then he has been taking bINS) .. hod."o.1 lull .... Nursing Wonnlp,
    There-,Walter P P:'>, VIII C* t.. Ikur. I ,..., Youth L; iUrStuart for governor, won and was reelected for the instruction of off I- Can.. About 1935 he took over it easy in Vermont during the llrOO, Mornlnf Worship 1:80 p ra. Ev.ninf Worihlp1ilO

    ltd Thar., I P... flipper Hoilall. 0.C. four times for a total often cers who had been appointed I command of a of cavalry at stun r:m. Wed TeatlmoBlal. MiethlfReadlnf :m. W.d YouBf fwpl.'*
    troop and Martin
    summer County during .nduvor
    U.... Club. Room. 181 Flaflar Ave. BeuniMon.
    Port Sabre Civil D.ri..* ... .._Al K.rn.f years. He opposed the grantng from civil life. On May 3, 1861 fort Knox Ky., and while he the winter but from next fall thrubr\., Ill ....... p.. CHURCH OF THE GOOD .
    'I..h...... l"d TuMdajp. fill. p.m. Iod."" Wd. I ,..... Tow. Houa* of a charter to the Bank of he crossed the Potomac and estubished commanded it, the troop changed on looks as if most his time Biturd.yi, 1 .-...\,SO pm. ., SHEPHKUDsIV

    Rle CM ClubVm.IdsutJ.'b IIho",..? Stuart Sorapttmbt. Club America in 1812 and prorogued li a Cavalry camp at Balls from horsed! to mechanized cavalry will i be spent right o. CHURCH OF CHRIST-MlnllUr 42S r.KUt1 ... atek.... I.10 t ELMER.... Holy r ALL.

    Clukkova PrMldant-Edna Wolf both> houses of the State la. Cro'llRoadWhen he made his to becoming armored.As / fOUU..LL laOs .. Parl.h.
    Tbun m
    lit llt-lrd' Tb..... noon. Sanri.** Ian. Lefi prior Welcome to our Colonel Kuchariit. Sennoa
    'tu.rt WsmosS CI..bPms.Mri. lure to delay the granting the brilliant attack on the Confeder- a major. Tompkins attend- county 1*:00 ... Bible Study inC Sunday S.hnL

    Coruslius *. Vsudsrvselltd Stuart J.yu..sPomld.ot'Lllob Prior barter until the next session! lIes at Fairfax Courthouse Va, 11 .too ..... WorshIp and CommualoBIrSO lllllim of. th., Prayer, Pint Iu"

    Wad, IJ. P m, Club BuIldIng T...... filO. p..... rink Pony During the War of 1812 he was May 31, 1861 he lost several men -u: 'LAUlt'r'lK"F.I\T LIOAL AD'IRTIU"f'TI' : pm. W Ev.nlni li...day Worship .plain. Bomb Holy .

    - - - .... Bible
    Cardi Croup MldwMk Study
    Talwkula appointed Commander-in-Chicf of and had two horses shot under I" lOlllr' Of TIll I' III"' ) T Y SilO p JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
    I. Zs.ls.kit
    Obalrman-Mri Hjlnrt bum.. VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS the New York Militia recruiting him, the last injuring him during Jllll.r: 1% 4MI I-OH SMHIIS! Tlf t'Otlul' 01'In: Cot"S'iV Skyllni Drive, Jo,,, Btach
    W.d.. PAP O.o \ scotTisKMs.OTIN : :
    .. American Lf'.n' J.nMn Do..bComs..ud.rCIIlton ) and equipping 40,000 militiamen its fall His charge won a complete IN KB H:
    CHAMBERS OP COMMMCtPr ; Bowmla for this out of his victory over the who lost IA'J VbtLitU!: rfllI.\VKI.I, i iI : : J'HtBA'rFHTATI HIM e'OtTY JtlXiflAMI ('01 RT.I" i 0 oed II am. Mornlnf Wonhhi
    B.uudpmuld.ttDr.. lnd-4tk Mon, I ...... L* lo. BaD purpose, partly enemy >!.!.<.HJMMlIt > I 10 p.m. Youth F.llow.nlp
    William ",." A....,.....) Lesion, Stuart own pocket. Ten years later Con- wenly-five killed and wounded niOlltTH 'AI OF K4>\R MUI1IVrlUHIU COLasri Ci50, p.m. Wednesday, Youth
    ),d Tuia. P "">.. CommunlVf Cents. Lommnndar..-Jo4io L. Taylor appropriated $95000() to reImburse including a captain of the War. I To Al fredltora anil ivrunHav 1uIJ.)WTr.EKE IN KB: t 10 p.m. Wednelday, Senior Coir

    _.*. Poach A,..For.l.rtInd Ind. and CIA *'rl.. I ,...., Uflon Call press a portion of his expendi. renton Rifles. This vvai the first Clulm hdtate, :or Demand AtfalnitHnlJ WILEKI ""." '. .TIIN : 'TATF OF J JiOtt P.... Tbu..d.,. Mldmek Servle

    .'.Id.n\-Vr.nb Mon.. director I f..... Amwican Lallan, Indlantow urcs. Ha had tried to do five fobs Cavalry success in the war and nlJI'"d.ami oath ,of,you ore hereby TO ALL cnrcniToimVD rrn- \LJaITA CObi9tN.ord l Sunday JEHOVAH-T p. WI'ESE8,11 Road
    Comm.nd.r-Jim Rob, and tn
    r lur* l preSto lIONS
    any HVVIW CLAIMS OB 1tl'iMANI)14 -
    Port S..1.... 4th. Bat, I ,.- at once and the regular/ officers made Lieutenant Tompkins deservedly claim anil dunmn.lM, whlih >'oti, ur AUVINHT( SAlt) F8TA1 K: 101'1'1.TO,'h or( KHIIIOIMby" lcro- M.ndw--7' p..... Ulbl Study .

    Pr..M.nlC. BliwVmanInd Aawrlcaai Laflon Aunllliry. 1.._ ...... assigned to help him did not know conspicuous in the National either of yuu'. may have iicalnKt, theeiilKt You and each of you are hereby notified and required)01 to ae prenent na..i-. Mlol.. Ibol .:1.
    Tkyra. I P.m, rirakonMPrtL'id.nvM of JANE 1.EKl.Elt: tIL. and to preaunt d demand which .1 II.U
    Pru.ldsnb-Mrs. Emma MoCu how to act in such emergencies, Army. He was given the Con. docma.il lal. of .. notlll' r.Qulr". oil yrioloisan you
    and shirhor
    ... >ou. or either 1 Iiuvoagaluuloh I
    lnd-4U Mon. I WWLL .10 UDEME RkL
    L (Ronnf) $.Isos so that it had been impossible for I ressional( Medal of Honor for this County Judo Marlin either of .nu. may Imve airalnat eilal.Ofololbrr" Coburn, 40. \V. LUHE.AN0
    Ind 'Thur.0 I ..... Amarlean Ulloa Anxlllary, Stuart him to get vouchers for all hit act of conspicuous bravery and (utility. rinrlila, at 1,15 offli In the .e.tal of r)belli. WI1.ko. al.. praiied. of .10 county, to the .1 5... Sunday School blbl" Stud.
    1'.ld.nt-'ro."' Clara 101.. Tilrnaa the court kouae of laid Count/ ia known .Marie \S (', Judo Martin, Counlv:, II a.m. Worship gMvta
    H.tall Mwn.; lbs e'olof'lSI *
    S........ dar ., bii., C.iunty Judpa of Mai tin County, ,Ida CHRIST THE KINO
    Ch.l.mon-Phuq. .., His ,lust to the New fax' Charlie" as a result. Ktuart I. Hoi I withinelHht LVTHU
    Martin County ock., W.WJ VataranaCornmandnr 'I : Pu It.
    Ilk.. nu.... Btusl (;bbor BuDdlDlI message/ flnt.uhllreMon of thin? notice. Until, Blonds, at hi. offlt In the tourtF"orida from 0 ho
    - - -fhlllp A. NI,... York Legislature, prior to hecomng )He participated In the M nnllo clnlm or donmnd, hull ba In writ- of said "calendar date ( ,'.t I.Ollh., of (talenotir. ChiTs '.JOH NaON. Posts'
    lit-Ird fri. J. B. Community Ontr IIIK-. and ahullIHII th* piNiv ofrvaldenre Ithln sIn mon'tnii, ,' claim or must INS C..h Prhool
    vice president, 1817-25 recommended In 1861 and in the d.mund 5:00 .
    sas and DIII'uadtrsiof from Ih Pastor's Class
    pout the
    first publication .
    b In wrltlnsand be
    Barrack Au.llUry .worn
    Aod.os IoulstvPid.ubEussuO: Moora, Boo III I Martin Pnild.nl, County--Mn. Ruth N. Hill the freedom of Ne- defense of Washington, until he the claimant, and .h..1 b. Worn of h":o rC.. Each cTalm or to bv the claimant, hi* sgcot. or lIMO s.m. lIorl.1 Wohlp

    Ird .Mon Walwn... '.Woeo."'. Pint NaUonaJ Saaakbaak ht-.... Ptl, I ,.... Old Goes Ckunk troci from slavery. was appointed assistant quarter. 111 to*by.lon.y.the ",,"an. .anpnt.h tlaltn, 0' demand hull late .b. Ion In, writing of renldcm. and'* his attorney null and or void Oh osamnen according1 Iii become to FIRST atov. MEHODISTliD. e.A.

    .....Id.. -cbarM. Kindred; v.r.w., Bu..rlCwmundm'.lohn His nephew another Daniel D., master. He participated besides or do"and nl." filed .hHI b* void and poll oltlra adUrei* of th* claim.claimant law. It4l. ..Morning Wor.hr
    M Murray of future I\101.1' r. ant .nel .halt b. sworn 10 by uh. of Anrlt, 1554. lOws a.m. Chunk
    lit rri. I PConrtkoiiM he great-grandfather our the actions mentioned in a combai I.hol
    ..d...... Tkun. Gold.n tint Building A .110', of the Lt WIll hIs avant. or alo.n.y. TII"WrTJW O. COBURN, ijiOOa.m. Morning Worship
    Junior CwiMnatton. Club Marlin Countian was born In with hostile Indians at Pyramid and rntament, nf J\NK and any >,uch rlalm I or d."uld, 101CATHERINh Admlnlnratnr. at the Gitate .10 ,.m. Youtk Fellowship

    r..., I itll ...... ftuart Tmtk CantatStuart /PW. IudlsuuouonC'.muuuod.r'J..spb. W. Pr.otou1.13rd New York and in 1814 was appoinled Lake, Nev., July 2. 1860 and the \EEI'Mit l'rILWFL, >o filed "hull be void HOBFKT8OV, of Alberta Coburn dec.aed (On. wonhip .. .boo at It am darin

    Sallldk" Club: Bat, Ito: p.... lust Mom from that stats to the U.S. battles of engagements of Generals etrisitci"r'Inl'Tl.ldl1 of the THAHUH11 for Administrator>I>UVAttornpy July ud Auguit. Sunday sobool I ..m.rTINIT

    Ps.IdutbB.- Uradb* PW. Auilllary Stuart i. Military Academy at Wilt Banks and campaigns I n Attorney fur I xecutor; b.tal. of Marybnllalllike. r. o riox 755l'obokou MTHOD'ST-
    lit Vt ud., I nm.. imaral maatlntIrd Popes V. O Box Kin? alao M Maria RIV. .
    Wed.. I .m dliwton lat NnO, Bk.Kwrr Commond.r-II. M.lvlna Wa.4atlrd which had established Shenandoah k.ow. WI.ke Florldl .... GUNIALUB
    P .t Wad. ColJ.n Gat BulldlncMISCELLANEOUS 'oint, been the Valley and the Jupiter, rlorldrf April SO. May 7. 19141VOTICM J I Sikool
    .Tuaa. !.o".W! ..PU.IdriKEMENS in 1802. He was second Bull Run' and returned to Pub.: April 21, 80. May 1. 14. 1984 Pull A prlll. II, 13. 80 1964LKOtL rubr I,HO am. Worship PoreS*
    - - - il I ab'r';: PinS ,.m. E..nlnll' Vmkl-* M*
    ORGANIZATIONS 10 in his class, and was staff duty after Antictam Cam. LtU.\L: AU\ .:'TI''r: ADS IRT' KMh>T 01 I\TTIOV: TOltNuil''ri.lR Ird Sundays

    ....._ Oeack rlreme. *'. AualUary Civil Air PaurulComutsdarMaJut he first Tompkins to visit riortda paign. He was depot quartermastern t KKTIIIOIII N\HH
    Pr.ilil.nt -Mri. M.... ProIIUIrd Roil,'. I I. hereby Blven Shut, thinidculnnHd < U1uV. 1TN
    MonO. I ..m. 0, B. Leaek where he served as a captain Washington, when General U Jo'rll. uo' 1%'rl"'rIO" 'o A OP IHDU"T under the, pro>lalonof ,,> Ii4l Oi Sunday .. JIODIT. .

    'lru upsrtmsstTtSOO. 'ammltlee. el 100 in the Florida war against the Sem- S. Grant was President and the 'UK "'IIIAL ld.SOt llllMTO Chapter ZOU61 LAws of Hoi-Ida.I UtOO Morning ,

    Jesus.. I aMk pm,Veluatv rtnkoni: Ch.IT".II-H.nu&.....uU.. Director 0-.John Kindred C. Bibnay sole I jnt being engaged In order was issued that no government WHOM IT v\v CONCKK.V AXIS TO AM OWN-BUS PKRHONH on Clerk Ad of or U41.the wil..,r.il i.'t ourt.r with I In .nd the em.ni*.* MI..t.o._ .,.. Bo.h.ty. ".t l
    the ki i Sun Valasco Hammock be l-NTlrlFH HI t'Bn C'f TO OfNTRAI: AND l-LOKIUA fur Martin o 1 "to as .
    fort talarn. Phiman-a" AumlUarPr Ill W. Goons Blvd. AT T.4IlSt.ody transportation was to J-UJOU UI8TB1CT TAXBS. tU1'UEIUI County. :J rllI"P: .
    .. _Hairllt"lu> Oellera Ao.uul.Obs.PomldouuMs. Sept. 18, 1816 and theBatllj used! by those not in the military; l'/TIWL '.I of. proof of of Jl4l pm ,... K.r.lc' *
    Ird Tburt. tin. P.m, tlnbs.ssPst Kdna ... Dan t of Wnhoo Swamp, Nov. 21 services. NOTICH In HhrtEDT lIVEN, In compliance with and t>y author) Iltile.50th.: the Icttou. name, to- auward. (I'"
    SalMM Valunwor Fire 0-- T..... I tiP ....., M. C. Golf B CUry.Club : ty of Chapter iTs, Honda. Ntntuiei al amended and Chapter S527d, lsuss MAlt? CARTFH PAINT STORE 'r'.B.d." )
    Praildant-Bob.rt Joanion 1836. By resolution t of the Legin.lature i When a message came for a 0'' .1"rldH. mil. lIst the lovernlnir, Hoard of Central and tou'h".n under which we will ens-arc I I. ...
    llt-lrd, h.. IVafcMl. Lively, Art. ClubProuIdaisIMr.. L. Aibby" Arbetaot of the Territoy of Florida. for Mrs. Control lilitrkt, a puullu corporation exlntlnu and httNlne.H I havlnirour, prln'lpal I ploo.I BfcV D. II KNIUHT JR .
    government and
    carriage by vllllie of the law of the State of Intend In 5:50,
    "" N7L"oKaANIZATl5NSAoaala Ird ...., liSP ,...., norm. on Feb. 8, 1838 he was recommended lb., following tentative h'lo"lda adult of biiHlnei In 9i lila,0, Martin Coun- a.m. Worship .
    7RATE Grant, the carriage was not t sent bud mil, or a. the lame for ty I that the porli... Inlerarilrd 10..... ) Sunday School. .
    C OraW .1 f.':'.'*' Marti Ceunty Fair Alieaietiea. to the President to be General Tompkins was relieved Dl.trlU 1 Cur ths ducal year beginningJuly 1, 1944 and (ndlng-, nlo 3D. i>UiBatlmated >. In FIH.bu.ln.i(. are Owen J. Li- 4 p". fcpwortk LMgn*
    Maitw Cuuelitw-CbSrI5 r PI.5ladISIS p..ld.nl-ol. W. H.... well and Cora T. Klwell of fort :' Ho.nlng ,1TilO 1-
    .. Maaocla TmctlaAcacia breveted a major "for gallantryand from and sent to Suka Alas amount to b* rained by Dl.trlot too,. .| (
    Mon. t. m. lit MOB., TIPS' pm, Aa-rteultural Bid*. duty .,. 8.960.0000 Memo, Florida and that there are WodemSur.
    good conduct by on I R.volu. fund Htat of Florida ... ( .
    displayed ; other P. LadS
    station no lnt.re.tid
    ka undesirable In aldKltVTt
    a most perion ro Mosui.uuty
    M.. mll L.udis Marti Ceunty Golf and Ceuatoy Oak. Upon E..ow A.olnt '6.001.00< .. .
    Maitar-Ckriitlam alfcl.tlrd him in the different actions in duties there b.tlmaied, .'. bu.ln. Id;
    Worshipful Pld.n&d Uliibe* Having completed his amolnt received 1.0.other .ou''* 106.000.001.lr.loel OWE J. WLWI'.Lt. Prayer looting
    Thu.... I P.m.. Mawnla ZmsplsAss. Ird T...., I ill ,.m, Clubhea which ho had been engaged during he was ordered to New Orleans unulillKaterl, or nut .. which will be on T. ELW'ELL .
    Millar. c...... Ribs. the Florida and at the brirlniilnv of til* above referred to riocal rub.r (OUA. 14. 21, 10. FIRST MITODITI. _
    County Farm Burea war particularly ltNV.
    Maril where there of IUOT'1
    Wllm lIodler was an epidemic ..a .. .. 1.HOP,OOP 00Eatlmattd
    p..ld.nt-Jl. r.ild.nt, Albert Kru. P:40, MoOlllCI
    that of San Valasco wherehe Sunday

    lad Iburi, I ..... RibS' I. dn lad Thun, Hemlaole lou yellow fever but the laugh wa total funds available .. ....U..O.O.OOO.OO( < 11,05, ...... M..rnlog
    charged and beat the .. or ulOicHlEV'O SkIN IV Wh'
    enemy !
    General Grant Tompkins Ol5lp.m MYF
    Bat Plums Pal Sonrlty Marti County'' Amataur Radl Club on f'IK"11'f C'Ol'HT ''HTn
    with an inferior force. He wahrevetted For Con.lruitlon Ji'Jpm. Er.nlng Womb
    had had the fever and HT4TH .
    FpslIuu Zstu Cbs turP.std.ntMru. .Id.n\-IIIII Brlttoa already yellow t'eraonal Hertlie ....,..,.,. . .f ) ILUHlUt : Pm. ,.
    \ A or 1-461 in 1838. and V. OIc'O'ICNi'leaIstiff Thunday. Choir
    .1. RdslO, (Ed) BoD Third InuH I p.m. major could not catch it again (Vintiatiuiil,, Mortice :.:, .. mHi OWI014 lila p..... Thursday, Jun.Smlor'
    lat-lrd' nuri. I p m.. lumen Marti Ceunty H.t...... ScMtyr lieutenant colonel in 1848 and Commudlll, ;,.. .. .. . ... .. e .'. i FIRST Cb.1
    XI Camnu PM CkaptarPr >...M.nl..-.Hnland M.rr.11 was chief quartermaster of the Colonel Frank Tompkins, futh C.pla Outlay .,.. >.567.000.01 McCCEV JR. R .V. PREIYE.ANN. pl. Shoe's
    > .
    .... ... NaUoaal" 1..... of Francis did attend H.\HOL P..tor
    .ild.nt-Mrn. 0. .* II. lit Tu.... 10 p. Flrit er P., not JJefr-nrlunt; > >NIY
    lat-lni Tkun. I pot. lumen Multiple Llltlnf ....1.. Department of Texas and as. West Point. He was commissioned Total .f......,. .| a.no..n.oo Ky virtue of awtitof 1..u. Ib. A am.IYI Sunt. LWRIi A..

    tlduibt.rs .1 lbs Am...... R.vuiistISS HMntary Carl; H. Turaw distant quartermaster general before about 1890. and served in the For Acquisition of Laiuli and Other furpoaei Jon, In my hand., Imiued out 1000( ..m. Wonhlp ....

    R.,. _Mn. Marjorl. Jlo.1aIr lad'4th. Tu.i.. I .... becoming depot quartermaster Spllni h-American War and the Pvr.onal Hfi-vl< e.,.., ,....,..I P1,000.00 Circuit V. MoCunn Courl. aKulnut In a ."Harold 11 of OrorKla Mc-- 0:00, p..... Young Pm.pl.. FUo..bi

    art. Tkura.. komaa Palm City Horn Demenitrathaj' ClubPr.sid.ol..Mrt. in\ New York City a post he filled Contr.ctuol, I ttervlie .,. uoir.o.oi, Ctien. J,. duly attent.4 on March t REaZEdRiAN
    Insurrection As C'omiodiLea .,. .. I le70.oo WNMUIT
    MotkmD.M.Ia. Club I Klliabpir. Pattenonlit Philippine i a i. U. 5901. the Jurltrment, on
    Pt: ..ld:: .nt Mr.. Jaok.on Wrl.fct TUM, 3 iSO .-... tlvl. C.... from 1861 to the time of his death squadron commander he served Current Chnrice*_.,. J,jiio:on aid nerutlon was ii.ued .hl..h being )ItANCli VICXSON Paitor
    dUb Mon. I tlO p.m.. ....nl. Tampta two years later. C.plal Olla Klicht of Way 731747000 recorded In th* Circuit Lien .,. .Sunday Snool
    Indian UaCklof > p.lnclua KeiiMl Club under! General Pcrshmg in a Mex. C. EQulpn.nl, .... 1.Olio.00 I have levied on COlt all right. II ..... Worship Bervlco
    LadlM1 Auilllanr\ W Charles H. Tompkins. grani
    r..p..l -t.f.l."i. lean expedition and also served Cuntlna-enUe. ......... 10.000.01 Book Id .. of the ald Harold J 10 p.... Youth F.llowihlp
    ; Malrlutk." Cllidya fnimao.4tk : ., netbui p.*.. father of Francis P., appears to World I. ''u.n. J,..I In and) for the follow- fist p.m. W..Li Adult. Tout. Chubs
    War Total .
    throughout During ...,., 7.1".100.00
    | .
    TUM I p.., rooF Hall Pure BaUrn Hone D.rautrati Club I have been one" of the real chars Ill* diwrlbed property located In Too. sty. UNITAIAN fELLOwSHIp
    Order. .1 Odd follows p..I.t .nl- Mri. Kllluh Newlln his career he earned the Distm )' Kf.orv Mai.tin County, riurlda tAn Plomo Souh
    lnd.p .d lt acters" of the Tompkins. family 0' ... ..."..,..I 171,00000 .I /0.1 Community Coot.,.
    Molil. G..4-.oul.. Chmon lit Ihun, liPS. p..,.. Club Center guished Service Cross and the U Poaouj 1,1. Port Plnros 5s.cb
    Intereat' .
    Itanrots'Jubn :. .thav1sti'd HaU RIplMe Play.r ol M.rtla County Born in Virginia but appointed Purple Heart with two Oak leaf ror Tax AHPIKOI. Foe* .......I 1U60000 In. "dlvld., C, llctb* Helftht there hUo..ht I ::05 p.m. Su..do'l
    u.s., I m. 100P Prnlilentjohiinl: \\ ; O, Whew to West Point from New York aicordlnv to Plat filed In Hat hU..p School. 1 am. 8.Dd.
    Clusters. His two brolhers tor l> iertloii .
    Indian Rlvw Encampmnt t* Ut-lrd Thun 9 p.m. len.ral! MMtlniU.I r Charles entered the Academy i In were .|r olll rl and Mi.lnt.lmnc* or Ih*..IHttrlcfl. ...,Work.*, l.lln.stO. Slosh I. r'UBfi 74. Martin County PENTECOsTAL SlBL3..45i. -
    ChM; htrior.b-'Jho" WII.o.lud..tto Thun. I ,."., BuilnMa MMtiniSt. Colonel Selah Reeve Hobbie (Tommy r rvli I .,. ,., .t sot'nnlrst'ttb llorldu, Public .cod. CURTIS 5KUONE5, Posts. -
    The records Hervlce .. 554,501.00<
    TUM S p.m IOU' Boll July 1847. Academy K. (0,50 .m.Sundvfck.ol
    ,..<_ BMck Sq..... Club ana Auxiliarypre.ld.nt Lucle Inl.t YecM Club state that on June :23, 1949. he ) Tompkins and yet another ConmiodltlK, .,.............. 4DI.16001Current Notice I I. hereby gIven that on I :'0 p... Sunday
    ....(;' ... Tutu.ITh. CUDt"odoLoII H..".* Colonel Daniel D. Tompkins.Our Chariie ...... ...... in.Kilo.no Medneadav th. itnth day of I HO pm. Wo4od.X.I.t..
    Wlmodiuil.) 1.1 Ihur, I p..., Vaobl OSluart resigned from the class of 1851 Cnpltal Outlay ..,......., ....... ID*,1401)0 1M4 hetnern the hour of Apl.: HI.1 .
    Martin Countian-elcct Colonel Contingency* ,.i ... 83.OOP.01 AM lM.lrOnr CETHSEMANE CHURCH OF
    Pr.ild.nt-Mm. Hanoi Porakarp Beard el ISeslooroPosldsntlt.nsom but his grandson Is not to polite .. .. : ; at 1180: CHIT
    .nd...... Krl. I p.m.. J. II. Com Clank:. Tllton 1 i foot chortles Francis P. Tompkins tend Total on Sits the: front duor OR CHRISTIAN
    Resigned, my! t. 'hi.t ..$ J.21.UA.00 of the Chsrub5oroooJoss..Bumb
    Maiou InrluM Court Houa .
    Out-of-itata lit Ihiin. liP..., Sluart Hotel to be rather modest: about own I *. \MH L. MAKER JttrMiiit.rt ;
    FrancIs P. "Ho'wn kicked out for will soil all tltl* and Inter.r.t '
    BlitarkoM] For Oonduut of I ..
    pea the Affair or 111* Kl.trlut Uouorally1ereonal "ht so s. Susduy. Itibis
    P Cb.ts.pr.sld.utMru. Stuart. Stamp Society. being found off limits in BonnHaven's military career. but research! haled M r\l I...* .I 25!'>.OllO.00 In and of lbs to sold 1.ouon. J,.. .. .... rtunday, WorShip Sobml B.nlc
    I..M-I I homaa ta his admitting the fonlrulilal' Xiirlcel ... I prop.erty p. Tb..d.
    P. t Puts Falls. following U.OIO.OOou.n".dlll. jl. .. Silos St.d,
    in at
    LibraryTurlt bar Highland Auction to the Mull-
    Ird Mon. I pmFubU* . .. ie. :
    llt-lrd Mon., I p.... kWBM ..... ..... .r llOKOOl set bidder 10
    Club Charles H. then served as a pri. facts.He Current Charxe* ..... ...I.... '.900.00 sores bios ..h" aatlafy laid

    CI CkaptarPrMld.nl.-Mr*. C. E. AlkUy ht-'" Moo. I .... Tenth Cat** vate corporal and sergeant in the entered West Point in I 1915. Capltnl_' ,:: ,, u,Oilll, :,..,,>' ........... .....,.. .. SI 1.1a5.OaTotal .411100: Sad.4th.. Wad. II ...., homes -- I 1st t Dragoon* from 1856-61 I before and due to World War I I. was this ll.t dar of Mnr,'h, 1004.
    : ROY C B\KFR,
    Ord.r Worth at Advt.gr Ralnb-*-*8U..O lor Clrla CtultP1.tSrd'Lum,1tp0m.uMasusUTsPlo I.l'II; 'I: AU\ 1I1'1..t.F.NT: being commissioned" a second lieu. graduated at the end of three ........,.,.,,..$ 14.10.00E.Um..d Tli('OL'NTY.BHfcltlFF rrxmlDA M.l W.J.I.

    1" OlIN f'ot 'TY JI Ufa: f'ot ItTso tenant in the 5th Cavalry. By years, in 1918 but not in time to total .xpaniltttir ..,,.,.5.. Pub.: .April I. I*. al aU'O'1 L P-I.. .

    Rayal Palm R.k.kakaNokia "It .'01\ M''I'I" 'UIl\'I""%,. April. I 1862: he was colonel of the get into that war.
    Hall Entlmat.d amount which Till at lbs of M.,1 "I'
    Grata alMs
    Grand Mn "iil.nln.
    laUlral' Mon. I p... Pour HoO.tuortI J'I l"I.uuHiII.ltl'l.EHTATH. I 1st Vermont Cavalry but resigned He was first assigned to the the above refvrred ta riiool year .. obl".t. ) CtLtlVO hereby glen POPs that BID. al. <
    . -- Elka Ladta 1170 01'ilIuIW.btT In September of that year. He 8th Cavalry on the Mexican border mltm.nta made but Inoompl.t .I 100.0060 ed Bid will ha rec.ly.d by th. I..

    EialUd: Kulw-DM look** < ADIIIAXWIl..L.L.Md f was brevetted major for ,gallantry for two yean and! then was That on th* lih ,day er May A D., 164. at nine o'elork km. In the Bard of County (f'ommli.lonur of.
    Florida. .
    ... MondaraStuart In the .1.rlt'
    I County Cominlailuni' Xl.illnic htoorn sIns Cunt. .
    SkrlM. Clukfrt tI........nd at Fairfax Courthouse, May assistant professor of military science lou.. a ol HI. Luol oxinty .Court- of of Circuit
    Here. will afforded all (
    Florida, to
    owner our
    ()TI5I'1' SIP' 1.ItIlH till. and tactics at Norwich University J'or Soaring b perSOttl at th* *ourthoui tMuart.
    Colonel l for ..
    i 31, 1861; lieutenant who ar* to laid Dl.trtct bin,.. their .
    arrPmt'natM lN'rItfrTItIN da, until I 10 10.
    1'y-mOONK up p May
    Al.l taCo,
    YMht Club: TO for After attorney or Olceutto, to a4! Board and Ua Ui.lr I \li CITY
    1'111' EII'fA'l'1! OK SAID Lilt-! meritorious services in the campaigns \ Vt, four years. al l po.0>
    UnltW penIs. ou..Ior-&d Cim.rwl: Tn.oIon Howard. 'You'f'IST! :hereby nnllfled that I I of Generals Banks and MeDowcll a stint i with I the 6th Cavalry, Ie lun.t'lclTr to**.Noll..hall< UudKet b* th. slgbtsos eouatlM of lbs Dl.. poMlbl. for th* folowl".1 COMMISSION

    laTThura.. I P-m 10OV Mull written sir I Inalrument purpitrtlnir, t<:I l, 1862-65; brevet Colonel 1 i went to Fort Rileyj )(In., to attend l accordanc with I eil.tlna-I laws. 9-5.nbrs D..I ru." Dot to

    UnlrW D..."" al tbs Costmks.apps.lds.bMrO be th. loot will and leatament 01 for similar meritorious services i ittI troop officers and advanced equitation ThIs the 'tb day of April ll 4ATTfeTl .".d 800. galbuas.Ppoolflrotlosa STUART
    ManU Bowall .
    H. admitted
    |.. 100.V.11 to laid probate decedent In thla ha (uurt been You an I the Quartermaster's Department. classes. In 1930 and! 1931 (.tN.AI. Avr SOVTHBRff ..ORtt'A mar b obt.lna

    ? Ckaatar. ., OroW al Ea.Ur Itar h.IO.hy cominanilod ..I llIil noloru I.; I 1863-65; and brigadier general he trained! horses at Camp Riley OOVGH.MNO\TKOL uoinoBy IMHTKICT BT ITS at lbs office of th* .,.rID B..d REGULAR MEETINGMONDAYS
    ends miintha. from th* date of lit I of County
    W. Tlatron -Mn I. Joseph. Maunl 1I..rt.Tempi nrlad4tk fIrst publltatlnn of Ibis noISes tt i for faithful and meritorious services for the Oympic Games team which /./ RILKr D. iliLEft. Car. Th* B Illml..lon. .Commli

    * Tkura. pm- appear In thIsourtod h o wact'lo'n : during the War of the Re- competed at Los Angeles in 1932 (OralS .I loner* rMrv. th* right to reject 1:0: r.M. -2ast and 4tb

    oV'"zPMI ORGANIZATIONS If 110' To'Srl'IS'a'dmltt'nj' unfortunately Just a placeon (hoE. MIL JR any and all bid.
    of thl* f bellion. missing / / & Dated AprIL fled
    City f-mli..l*. aid will to probat .hould Do I I He was honorably nienf.onei; the team himself. )' 01' HOARD ( :J.J.g' *
    1Io0J'--.' Coo". land tinroik.dJVAVK f HOIUtUt, Vorl (' ( Stout Ctty Hal
    .....11I 110.., I ..... OIlF .... CIURT, JR. by his brigade commander for conspicuous Shortly after this. I In 1933 .WJ.LE By -.
    c0...... Amrillarr S'tII'NTY Jl'l IXJB gallantry at the Battle of Colonel Tompkins worked with W. R ITT Chalrmaaf FubUe Always Welcoto

    110....Luuiait 3 ....."Walra.'-"uUt Pdus'd J. ..0.A.... 8U. .I April Martin 1*,County 11, all,, May Fla.Pub. T. m. Bull Run, Va'..July 21,. 1861. and Dvil ContervaUoa Corps compttn Pub.: .April Ii. ...., 1N4 R 1 Pub.Ulpr It '1 llll -- .". .


    JI TIIF STUART (Florida) NFHS TliiiKitoy, April 23, 1964 I-D
    President Mrs. Finley ---
    Jack Hardy ,

    the Anna Miller Circle SOCIETY |lIs New Head ?

    w .w t: '
    newly elected president and I John Limben, corr"*'ponJini secretary I Of Sorority iI E
    en of the Anna Miller Cir-I ; Mrs. Harry Brooks, historian -
    'ere Installed at a dinner inuartJensen and Mrs. Ben Medley, chaplain Siuart Xi (niiiini.1 phi hal'tcl.
    Beach No.LP.O.E. .
    Lodge i who was presented with a Beta Sigma Phi met lust I Ihursin -
    i on officer Sunday April. I past president's pin and gift in appreciation ,+, night/ at the home ol Mn t ,
    The Mrs.n
    installing was of her fine work during ( lurkne Waxier in Cocoanut Park
    Simmons, past t presidents the past two years with i! Mrs I Liz n o-hoMcis. ,
    s new officers Mr. Jack officers;
    are: ; ,
    A large delegation of the mem- The following were installed -
    y, President: Mn Charlesn bers of the Elks Lodge and guests, i tor the ensuing year Mr 4ed
    vice president; Miss Myrtle I I Ihr installed Finks Mrs
    headed by the newly president; Piggvi
    treasurer: Mn, Wally Dluitoi I Exalted Ruler Earl Knoll: 0111111. vice president; Mrs lrlady* ,
    |i, recording secretary; Mrs. | were present at the dinner Corsages Hcnmngs record ing secretary, ) .
    .' ." and table flower decorations Mr laura Sluikev. corresponding .\ *
    were arranged by Mrs. Florence !secretary. and! Mrs Snookic ,,
    CARD OF HUNKS I Campbell. Bowden treasurer. C itv' council : k
    would like to thank the entire I members for next year are MnWavier ., .
    nnel of Martin Memorial Hospital and Mn Monne SleKum t ,
    for their efficiency and kind. HELP STOP I The members voted to pay the 1
    nest to me during my recent hov registration fee for the incoming
    ulization MALICIOUSWOODS e t' I president and the charter "Girlof
    > the Year" to attend the Honda
    H Smant BURNINLOOK I<\ '. < 1: I Beta Sigma I'hi convention i n
    . Coral Gardens Stuart .." I Clcarwmer m the latter pun of
    ." ri .<'... I May The "Girl of the Year" will
    I, be announced at the annual found '
    I I er's Day Banquet next Saturday t
    j: I'.y I night
    : i I" Following the meeting, refreshment
    i !! were !served by the hostesses.

    HERE : I BO\HI) I\U'UI\t: _

    Jc' R The board of the Women's Auxiliary 1964-65 UMICf of XI Gamma Phi Exemplar Chapter Beta Sigma Phi, installed lust Ihursdiv
    o? of Martin Memorial Hospital evening were, left to right, Mrs I ,it Pi nicy, president, hits Peggy Combs, vice-president, Mrs Gluelllonnmgi \ .
    mil meet on Monday, April recording secretary and Mn, 'Sno >kie" HowJcn, treasurer the corresponding seeretar\
    r .< ,i;.: : : 2'. at 10 am in the hospital Mrs Laura Sluckey, i is not shown (she took the picture)
    .: : I I board! room_
    -'- --- -- -
    .. '.... ,. w, f fy Elich'Cur' abmu //2UOO( ) childrenare
    'f. : ; .. p born with spinu hit idu, a neurological ,
    : disorder caused by lail- BEHR'S CARDS and GIFTS
    .. .. ; ure of t the backbone to close
    t "f"1. !. ." properly
    ". 1 '',
    ... ',' -...... .- ..... ,." .

    ) GALLONSOF !I Park friends I wish for in to their Marlin thank llioughlfulncss my Mobile neighbor, Homes and and! _Special l Sale 8 DA YS ONLY!

    compassion during my wife's illnesH -
    and their kjmpiiihy upon her
    I death. I also wish to thank them
    X10 MR. AND MRS ALV1N:/ JOSEPH I\II1nR I 11\lr then lovely I floral piece and the
    I many prayers and cards.

    4 Keller-Miller Wedding Held i loins' UurrSmolcey Li.
    p GRAB
    I 'M I
    At Gainesville on April 20 i ii Says $ Values

    . to
    Miss Elizabeth Keller becamethe Mrs, Keller, mother of the bride
    bride of Alvin Joseph Millerin chose a pink chiffon dress with BAGS 1 $5.X( )
    II cercmomei on Monday April a draped neckline cap sleeves and I
    20, at 2 pm in the University a t lull skirt. Her corsage was of ,
    Methodist Church, Gainesville The pink and white roses t v
    Rev, Thaxton Springfield perform Mn Miller chose a sheath dressof I
    : I Just Register No Purchase ed the clouhle-rmg ceremony. pink whipped cream, with a MerrtllNn ? v Plus BEHR'S BLUNDERS!
    Parents of the couple are Mr cowl neckline and short sleeves
    and Mrs John Wharton Keller. She also had a corsage! of pink
    Register Week Thru 23
    '. May 700 East Fifth Street and Mr. and and white roses.Following
    Mrs. Alvin Richard Miller, Rio. the ceremony a reception Items of all descriptions/ 50% DISCOUNT
    I i. Decorations in the church were was held in the living room
    " I a large bouquet of white gladioli of the Wesley Foundation, lI-re'. your' thanes lit pick up fine new nurihanilisc Ml Side Prlets. Just In throe for !Mollur'i l Day
    chrysanthemums and roses! on the The bride's table was overlaid lift rupM.'d| wills cards fur the oeeuiiioii..
    DOUBLEGOLD altar behind the Bible with a lace tablecloth, candles were

    I played Mrs prenuptial Arnold Wirtala mush, organist' Bach, on Serving the cubic.at the reception were See Our..New I HALLMARK PARTY GOODS and CARDS

    Chorale selections. excernti from Miss Charlotte Kay Baldwin I Our tonttf f IT* ua M Mich- j
    . BOND STAMPS Handel's "Water Music' and Purcell's Gainesville/ and Miss Chris Sved- ell types of tarot r CT itiont
    March -
    "Triumphal berg Georgetown, S. C ---
    Given in marriage by her f.ilh- For her wedding trip to Silver
    'With The Purchase 0A er, the bride wore a gown 0 f Springs. the bride chose a rose-
    blushing pink bridal satin the fit colored linen sleeveless! suit Her
    r ted bodice had length a scooped i lace neck jacketwas athreequarter corsage bridal bouquet was the orchid trom her GIVE SAM A CHANCE! I IF.

    : LUB ,JOB and worn over the bodice. From I The new Mrs Miller Is a gradu
    the bow belt ut the waist the skirt ate of Martin! County High School,
    descended with two large invert attended! Winthrop College Rock .
    de ed pleats and reached the floor in Hill S. Coo for two years and received
    an unaccented bell shape The elbow her bachelor of arts degree Is, I HAVE NO PLANS FOR
    : OIL CHANGE length illusion veil was held III English from the UniverSIty
    by a crown of seed pearls Her of Honda in 1963 She received '
    bridal bouquet was a white orchid her master of arts degreein PERSONNEL CHANGES
    encircled with pink and white' education Saturday, April IX,
    This Offer/ Good Thru May 23 sweetheart rOCI.Brldemaid, and. college room I' which certifies her to teach in a T' 3

    . I mate of the bride, bliss Sharon junior Her college I husband is also a graduateof ::4 Mt I do have plans for Civil) Service or
    Sioquist, Lake Worth wore a pink
    ) I the local high school and re '
    silky street-length dress with r ceived his degree of bachelor of -' x some type of protection so deputieswill
    scooped neck and three-quarter science I in electrical engineer not have to worry when there are
    sleeves the skirt wan bell
    length ; ing from the University of Honda, '
    : shaped Her bouquet was of pink April 18, He will i be employed by r ,r administrative changes.A .
    and white roses. the I 1 bride Power and I Light Company C
    I It' M Best man was Thoma Goldsmith as a relay systems engineer i' .
    Daytona Beach; serving as in Miami after May I t. While at -
    I' ushers were Robert Hyatt and the university he was a member d-- Few of My Qualifications/ / :
    Jay Jordan Pfeiffer both of Cocoa of Delta Upsilon social fraternity :
    i Beach. All three are fraternity Both Mr and Mrs. Miller were
    . 'I brothers of the bridegroom, I co-editors of the local high school a ,, O Started: Police work in 1942 .
    .**,*.w- *, paper, "The Southwmd'
    . I II 1L_ U.S. Shore Patrol as patrolman and
    I I The most popular Martin County '
    I husband I wish to thank our rose sold in northern marketsis Investigator

    friend Mobile and Homes neighbors Park, father in Martins John stem a deep It is red sold rose from with Milwaukeeto medium + ( From patrolman to Chief of Police in

    J anuszewski, member of St Jo- New England and all points two cities, including the City of Stuart
    ephs Guild and members of St. south
    : I 26-PIECE PARTY SET oseph's Church for their many -- ----- Attended many F.B.I schools and
    Mass cards,
    prayers. sympathy ; PINES ,'. :
    and their and ..;.f others
    cards:: thoughtfulness ..
    1 This Set Can Be Yours! ness compassion and upon during her my death Mother's ill. ;Cat!:a'.I,- i', t Stand Tall Well qualified administrator. !

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    'II 2-D TIDE STUART (Tla.)NEWS Thursday. April !J,, 19U( Hold
    Business Women Plan to
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    Broward SOCIETY NEWS Installation Dinner Tuesday ,

    I Nine members of the Stuart Mn Lois SaunJerson. Mrs. Radie
    mine and Professional Women' I Belle J Krueger, Mrs Ethel Walker
    DRUG STORES eta. awv ; Club attended the District 8 meeting i I and Mn Creenfwii) ,
    I held at ClewiMon Inn at
    the The installation dinner for the ,
    Ifwinon on Sumtov. April 19. :I
    I Stuart club will be held Tuesday."
    A workshop was conducted by
    I' 7 the Sunrise
    April 28 at p.m
    Mrs. Mayma Boegmhauncn, District
    47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737 8 personal development chairman I Inn" dinner A hospitality at\ 6)0 hour pm.will precedethe .
    on the subject, The Status 'ill It ?
    OPEN MON. TIIRU SAT. 7:30 A.M. TU 9 P.M. of Women." Reservation mutt be mad by ,
    ( PM.9 P.M.\ the luncheon, follow-I Thursday April 23. Guest speaker
    OPEN SUNDAY I A.M-1MO P.M. I After the ,
    Maxwell King president -
    log district officer for 1964-65 will be Pr.
    Store !in Martin Co. were Installed by Mrs. Beatrice of Indian River Junior College -
    Most Complete Drug preede, president-elect of the I, and.. Mn. Robert KOioter.I' ,
    vc sr4 Florida Stale Federation of BPW ,' harpist t. will enlerlair/ ) Husbands
    eluhc: Rosa Nash Belle Glade district I' and guests are invited.
    s director, Helen Moyer, West MJO '--t'S 1, 1yterft .*.le d., 't tI tf tq 0 :
    / Unit
    q Palm Beach assistant director; Betty
    4 1 1Y mona Quinn, port Pierce, Ra-j I 'M rJ'-0 .(
    ing secretary; Mildred The Betty Mills Circle met pn
    Stuart, corresponding secretary Tuesday April 14, at the home
    and Catherine Brown, CIvwiMon, I of Mrs. J. W. Marion In ppmciana
    Members attending; from the local The meeting opened with devo-
    club: weret Mn. I.ida Men- lions and prayer for the missionaries JSEW/ MANAGERS of the Mary Carter Paint Store In Stuart are
    linger, president Miss Betty Jane I by Mn R W. Turner Rev. Mr. and Mrs. pwen. J. Elwell: who are shown above welcoming
    Slott, state recording secretary. Marson discussed a book on spiritual
    Mrs. Dorothy West Mn Emma life development and read the patrons at their recent opening.

    d41'h poyle. Vlr*. Marjorie_Deckcrt.l first! chapter.


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    IIfm1B! H I II Inward COUPONIfc a ,t

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    CONE *r Cutting. Powder r }

    I JTMIT4vvirn IRO I MMIT1 WITH 79c I THOUSANDS of roses like these are now blooming in the garden JOHNSONCOUNTY
    COUPON CpuroN, of Redeemer Lutheran Church on East Ocean Boulevard. Why t
    not accept the church's Invitation to visit the rose garden and enjoy aMllas ;
    I ( 'Ha/Urn Apia le. I J J. c.. brtm Arril... IM I its beauty? t 'M1M"

    I ; IirEtIIJroward'COUPO"1 l I "

    41 Yachts Called

    I ToothbrushTOOTHPASTE I At Marina JUDGE
    WT owl' lIT owls IH

    I55'l: = I 24.9' I There was another "ama h hit" Lady," Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
    I I of activity at Lanuford Marina Pink Cambridge"M.d.; "Shasta," U
    I OMfW>Hiw; _airs Hi_ItN .pr+r tfw_w"tn4a -A this post {I total pf forty- Mr and Mrs {;. Archer Smith
    "packet MAY 5TH
    one yachts the aisles. Fredericksburg, Va.; "Fair Lady
    Browird COUPON I 1 I II.l'mmBITHIS Bright lights also! were ahown Mr. and Mr?. G. D. Raymond,
    I Nova Scotia, Canada.
    in the LangforJ Villas\ section' with

    COUPON I 4a PAR thirty-five arrivals. I N."Penny J.; "Duchess IV" M.JI"J.Mr.Hull and, Brlelle Mn. On May 5, in the Democratic Primary, the voters will nominate ji new County
    Villa Included
    I, WORTH 20' HERSHEY or II eight from guests various, Florida twenty.cities Robert Lewis Jr.", Columbus, Oa.; Judge. I am offering myself as a candidate for this most important position and I earn-
    I and five "Crawford III, Mr and Mrs.
    ouJ- solicit
    TOWARD nilCHAM NESTLE Gaston Grimes, Lexington, N. C.; estly your vote.
    I With, seventeen of the registered
    TOBACCOI3'I for 1.00 yachts from of Florida also and from a FlorIda great ."Jeanius Smims, ,I.akewood" Mr. and,Ohio Mrt.;.."Spray JuliusA. For the past 4 years I have been engaged in the general; practice of J law in Stuart.

    I II majority, it appears guests that the northern III." Mr. and Mrs. H." B. Joy/lr., During that time I have observed Martin County increase in population at a very high

    Cps! sans a/.a II, =.1 I I ::= w mm' *I IU= Floridians!guests are are homeward-bound arriving for vaca and W Detroit Whitmore; "Katherme Chicago, Captain; "Acha-F. rate of growth. As the county continues to grow,it is imperative that there be good judi

    -I Lions tea," Thomas P. Baxter, Beth .- leadership. I can provide this type of judicial leadership by fairly and impartially

    I Iriwtrd COUPON 1 II J' Inward; COUPON 1 Floridian at the, who Villas: were, include recent Mr.arrivals da OTj, M.>llr'l.; >i ,"?"Mric4 ir Mr1...Fr...1M. _rnuiistering the lojjvs of tb ,.s! t ,Flpndft and hy.hppestly.pf.ficientlyand. ( ,, capably

    Wecftwooll 100-PT. ROLL and Mrs. C. J. Pox Orlundo; Mr. Bakwin, Chicago; ; "Q u... ot carrying out the duties of the County Judge,
    and Mrs. Carl Griffith Orlando Scots Mr and Mrs. Ray Scoit,
    I ENVELOPES I WAX PAPER I Mr, and Mrs Fred Trekhcr, Mel-; Hadlyme," Conn; and Melvin"ShainPILa -, If elected, I intend to devote my full capabilities to the office so ps to better serve
    bourne; Dr and Mrs. John G. Silver Mr.Springs and,Mrs.Md. Spitz the people and attend to the duties of the position
    Traver and family Jacksonville;
    1 3< 1.00l I 2ror29c II I Mr.: and Mrs. Ned F Foulds I POWERS AFFIRMED
    Fort Myers; Mr and Mrs. Brines .
    I B a.t0o-LIMITSCMIMk.fUMAiuflS4.UM HBO.ISo-LIMIT>I I I Strong, Belle Glade; Major find
    I .... .....AId M 1114 Mrs. R.,D. Everett Patrick AFB; Secretary of State Tom Adams VOTE FOR MALLORY L. JOHNSON
    Mr. and Mrs. Alton P- Ppwell,, has announced the re-commission-
    -- ---- --
    I I Fort Pierce; ing of Timer Powers Indlantown
    -.mI I Iroward; COUPON Mr. and Mrs. Russ Crancr, Fort as a member of the Library !Boardof
    Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs Howard Martin County. COUNTY
    I I Smith Brooksvtlle; Major and
    I Mrs. K. R. Miller, West Palm Lumber can be tested graded
    I FILE LILTPuihBatfonPERMANENT I Beach; G. P. Herrick and Don- and marked at the rate of 1.000
    kid C Johnson Deland, feet per minute with a /new ma Political Advertisement)
    Also Ted Winkler Clearwater chine. .
    WITH LOCK & ; -- -- -- - ---- ------ -- -- -- ..
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    I I C L. Robinson Orange Park: A. J
    WITU' iei'll rmgll 147 Sloan Jr. and Don Kneedler, Sar- -
    I couroifOMMi OOUl'OlII I Out-of-statert included Mr. and
    ....Avrtl .... CnlM AId tt KM Mrs. R.Ke W.et'i Westport, ELECT
    Conn; O Bates, Lancaster
    I ij liiimiii I Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs
    Inward. t Ralph Falk, Libcrtyvillc, III.

    I 75c ROLL-ON I I REG. US-100't I Florida-bailed include the 'XJayle yacht Pam and owners HI" [ TIMER E.
    Mr and Mrs A. Oliver Bell, South POWERS
    I SECRET I ANACIN I Daytona; "Hadisway HI" Mr and r .i 4
    I Mrs. Robert Mikesell Pompano .
    DEODORANT I TABLETS Beach. ; "Don Ora 'IV," Mr and
    I Mrs John Reilly, and Mr. and : J- COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5
    WITH 43c f 1cx 81c Mrs: Zimmer, Fort Lauderdale."Cloud e
    I I.
    COUPON I Nine" Mr. and Mrs.
    .. 1t A. C. Gaulka, Fort Lauderdale; Jt INDIANTOWN
    1.it. Ilea K aaA.a 114 M 141 .
    .' -= -= "Lesa-Nan Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
    Burger Venice; "Natalie Mr.
    !t 1-1-1 I and Gorda Mrs.; Grant Wicklander Punta f"' ': U. of Florida GraduateWILL WORK FOR;

    1.0 "Cap'n-Dahy III." Mr. and Mrs r t Agriculture
    I T II J. W. Kendell, Punta Gorda; "Bar- t Holding Down Taxes
    I Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Q.Folwer Indiantown
    SWIM CAP DRY SKIN CREAM shill Past President
    Fort Lauderdale by the
    WAVE GUARD by Woodb..., I Sea; "Gray Gull" Mr. and Mrs. "v.& Kiwanis Increased Efficiency and
    I George Armbruster, Jupiter
    I I UMIT I 1 1 78e I "Coach House Harbor Mr. and Member Martin County Library Economy
    COUPON WITH 76e COUPON WITH Mn. 0. P. Pearsell, rompano Board

    ...... ... 1 ....... Beach; Equitable
    I CMM Ana 1M4 O.M." aaer x 1441' "Mystere III, Mr. and Mrs. Business LP Gas and Spending of All Tax
    / --- -- Leroy D Kiley, Pompano Bench, -
    I "Tang." Mr. and Mn W. L Gar- Appliances, Owner.Manager Monies |that !Must Necessarily
    l 1 Inward COUPON 1 1 W Inward COUPON I ton Jupiter; "Irma Maria Mr. be Spent
    I 1 and ),'11. Frank D Nuneniaker, Home and Property Owner
    : Ifc Laioll Plea RE" If e CUTEX Boynton Beach, "Queen Mary
    I I I'I Mr. and Mrs. W.B.Robert Tampa Sincere Interest to Serve All Independent
    { SHAMPOOtutUt Nail Polish ; "Gvpsy" Mr and Mrs. P. A. A Thinking Tied
    Stiff, Tampa; "Betty Lynn" Mr. the People of All Martin County To No Special Interest '
    E I w Du en; "Isabella Mr and Mrs. John

    f1 I COUPON xnnrt WITH 73'I. I COUPON 231 I M.Outd Warner-datl West yachts Palm"and Beach.ownen YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SINCERELY APPRECIATED I

    ;1 .........ant..1M 1.-: -... 1M I Lowery Include the Jr. "Osprey Easton. Md Edward; "Sanga-G.
    I C. Wlcham. New York City;
    ; tnoj ;
    Broward COUPON Inward CO-UP-ON- "ImM IV," Prey Concourse New
    1 I I York Ciiyt "Honey Bet II." Sydney ELECT TIMER E. P-OWERS-
    N. .
    RE9. l.lfCORICIDIN J 1.4f KING SIZI "palpo A. Gutlilns," Mr, Newark and Mrs. Bay-J;

    I VITAL1SHAIR 1 nerd Sharp. Wilmington, Of 14.
    i I "Julia-0." Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
    j. I.HI. of 2St TONIC H Weiler. New York City; "Susa- COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5
    I belle B," Mr. and Mrs Lessard,
    I yyi'1' I UMITI>< idQ! Nashua Hi "I n I III," Mr.

    I cOWvP1r 77. I COlTOlt m "Aloutte and Mrs."NO Mr.. J.and Rolfe Mrs., ChJcsno A. Eli.enberger. ;. COUNTY.WIDE VOTE DEMOCRATIC! PRIMARY MAY 5th a
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    1 ............ ._/1 JIll l-: ....arse 4la$44 Long Island City N. Y.? I
    DAn sup "Krismar," Mr. and ),[11. tamper
    THRU ; ; ;1m p. Peabody SL Albaoa, Vt.
    .. ..Sh.At....." Mr. and Mra. A. (Pal<4} political\! Advertisement) 1s'

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    leanan << (ton 17. rO\\11h"I i p 'e S range/ 'S I nl,,, 'H 1 UN 1 1. Mvinn )2.: iiTOiishipM R'ltph hi< wife to K. I lames I I I 11I"ta-I i nqiiistn Hum ( huh (' iloin .. TIlE STtHRTIhnnday (l-1prIclIl) NEWS
    Ocean E. $10000 S. range 41 E. SI9. Breeze Park News Warranty Deeds Dunklm M..n".tI, C'amp, Inc I ItS' Enterprise. 'fnc to loint I by plate oC entirety with rights' .'\ Smdfll to P RaymondI :..
    to Kenneth Goor I'ropaHy In sac E Poole, 7' hloU I I. Indian- ol survivonhip, lot 7, block Ih I homes I lot U. First Additionto Freest i.wa I Radlke
    to Ray i I'I"J'
    Mri. Roxf Infield, 'Ormpondnat lion 17. township! s.. rang 38 town Park 11 I2KXLJumter ( I North River Shores.. section 4. I Skyline (eights| SuNlivision lot
    IhItnghts. .I.i
    in 22 plat of Ki l'l i "
    ='-. "<< "-""" --. .-.-... Filed in Week t:. $10000). I 1 Wen Doyekwn. Inc 1 S0.' tPSOO: erty i 31,30+1.
    Dunklm Menu'r .il Camp. InC to THe CongessadnnnfiCdgcsration. Martin F. L>'nott to Nfjriarvt Maitliind S. Jackson" to Stanley
    George Reeve has returned to I Ohio and Mrv Alice W.nink .JI. to Ralph L. Adn,11,.e. Proper! in ,I I Property in lot 72 (mine, Grant. Andrew. Properly in 1 lot 27 I lock Jinkowski. Lot V. block 29 MC- Robert F. LOAfMtom to MB 1.11'',
    hit home in New York Other re. from North Ohio (April 14 through 21)) leclion 17 town,h"r, 18 range ,I S.'\INltt. I I. plat of River Terrace Siibdiviman linn 1. HibMcua Park 31,51)0.( ) ). AMrlch LA 11. St I I.ul"-I R".
    turncet are Mr. and Mrs Art J. Royalton. are. I II 18 E. $4,200.Dunklin Honda East hi>res Properties I SKXfichacl( ). Jack W. WiI to Will ll1I\ J. Ciaddis Freights' $11200.
    visiting Mr. Mr Wilcox I .
    Stevens Flint Mich. and Mr. I and A. D I Bertha knowlcs to William E. I II Mel11MI.tI, I Camp Inc. Inc to Jupiter Ink I Beach Colony \ Schmvono et al to tar- lot 44, Pane RIo.!..,. $11.4 and Mn. Charles kL rquard. Bat I I Blatch. Lots II\ and 12 block: 14 to Ruwend F. Drum. 'Y I Inc. Ul) I a. Week SO. JufttarTeuueiOa tin F. lynott' Properly In kn 27. Norris Pultwy to W C'. lk>)d. Hertcl Properly in tot 99 d,'II'',
    tie Creek Mich Mr. and Mrs Raymond Stiles New Monrovia. 51.100. in MCIMMM 17 and 17, Ip I Hunt I Club Colony. we block 1 I. plat of River Terrace I.PI 2. block \\uvcrly Heights i C.rant4K( ).
    I have been called to their home in W. A. J. Smith to Howard G, 38 S.. range 18 F S I2W)0) lion A. S$00.Jupiter $ Subdivision $100( $d.(XX). Ralph Lawrence to H..nf'iiI'| '' I
    Mn Russell
    Speck entertained I Underwood.! East half of lot 12 Federal Beach Inc. Michael Schiavone al er Property in lot 99. ( nllll, '
    I New Castle Pa.. on account of the Pint' Saving and loon Inlet Colony et to Martin loin E. Poole to Henry C.
    at t bridge Saturday afternoon erv. illness of their daughter.law and all of low 11. 14 and I 11. block Awciaiion", of Martin County to I to Marie H. kagan Lot 18, block F. Lynott Properlv in lot 27 Bisi lot (>. block 4. Indnintown C.nnt SI,200( ( .
    ing refreshments. Prizes went to I 46 Palm City SII.\OO.: Raymond O Mancil Proniuiy inLot :20! Jupiter.Tequonltt Hunt Club block I, plot of River Terrace subdivision I'irk SI I(00."reIl1..ef). Robert T. Collins to Janie (
    Pearl Slicgman. Mary Weeks Vm Many people of the park attend. Rosaaldman to Seymour B. "C," Papaya N',Hit*/.. flSWO( I Colony MMton A. $9.10.[> $100.Sanford land Corporation 5 laI Mirshnll I lot 11. St I I.IIC'' than,
    cle Scamchorn Peggy Burk Trudy ed the splendid dinner put on by Waklman Property In section 5. Arnold M'' Bauer to John Wil St Leek Lends Inc to Constance S. Neal Jr. to John r. I Isabella! Sordmi lot 19 block :20! section I I. $9 VX( ).
    Chihasz and Gladys Clive/: The the men Of Jensen Beach Community township 38 S.. range 42 E. $100 ion Lot 26, block 7. Monterey I I I. Bryion Lot 71. Sea dale I IHarlw. Ball. Lot 3, block S. First Addi section 1. hibiscus Park. $1 I.MX().
    flouting prize for a slam went to Church on Tuesday night Jim I Subdivision SXX I $J7X' ( ). lion to Krueger Estates. $II.MX(). lemma F. Kramer .to Charles lOCAl.OnI::'
    Vincia Scamchorn. The men did the cooking and Merle I.I Campbell in Jr to I Fred Brownlee to Roger C. Vail Lighthouse! Point Inc. to William C. Pauline Ciccislmg to Herman 1 ('ariuv. lot 12 !Si; I ucie River '\r SI. AL'GUSIIVERFPL'BI.ICAN : :
    Mrs. Douglas Bluh han return serving and everyone enjoyed the I O township Morton 39 Property S., 42!section E. $ lot 26, block; 19. Port Suterno. I J. Smith Lot 19 I Ullhlhoulltl i I W Decker. Property in trait Ikiithls 'Sibdmsion, U2.IMMt( ) :' Mr FT
    ed from visits 'in Detroit. Mich.. dinner very much MK()O. range J'I $400. i Point $4X0.W'dlmns< ) 4. block 71 St lucie Inlet Farms I Jupiter! Inlet Bench Colony. Inc. Mrs. W. Arnold Giwcr Mr
    and Evansville InJ Others for the I Joseph f Farrell to Kenneth' 'I I M Rawlins to Harold $4 KX( ). to (' Miuron (.mile. 1 tot 1. block J. W HuKsev MrHu h \Vkmghby
    I leaving summerare First Federal Savings and Schmidt Lot 14 section B. Jupiter L Nester Sr and Myrtle B Nester I Harry A. Harvey to William IOna. I M. Jiipite."T cquestM Hunt C'luholonv and Mrs John McKdlop! ,
    Mr and Mrs Larry Fisher have : Mrs and Mrs, Raymond I Association of Martin County to TequenU Hum (lub. $10.(MX). I husband and wife, and Vera : Property in lot C plat of (" ", s.cll\n A. $4.IM( >. attended thc Spring Confcrcm
    Smith Adams, Mass
    Mr and
    left for the summer and will stop I Mrs, 'Olsen. Massachusetts; Mr John F. Burgess Lot |19. Hobe I Hutch H. Johnson to Kenneth C Fubanki. an undivided one- Sylvan Shores $14.(NX). Jupiter' l Inkt Beach Colony' Inc of the Florida Federation of (th
    over in Daytona on the way to I and Mrs. ; Hills $13,900., E Wilson Lot ,14 Muck 4. lec- half interest to Harold L. Nester Clarence Munlz to Merle J It, l:>hnJ Mf Joe Finch
    Ikndirsonville. N. C. Mrs, New Kensington Lighthouse Point Inc., to Coral I lion 2. North River Shores. $1.UK). Sr and Myrtle B. Nester husband Fllsworih lot 3. Pepper Park -lequesti Hunt (lub Cola do I Icon Hotel Si Augustine 01''
    Pa., and Moran and
    I Gardens Construction Company I C B. Arhogust m trustee to and) wife and an undivided one- Subdivision $10 MX) ). nsiclion' A f4.<)lXI >. April 17.18. Mrs \\illminhhv K .
    Mrs Ethel Sitkr. who has been. Mrs, Marguerite Mass Bcaurcl Greenfield Lot 14 Lighthouse Point. $4000 I Charles H. McBride Lot 8. North half interest to Veto C. Eubank, Florida Castshore ProperusInc I ipilcr Inlet Reach Colony. Inc. toast-mistress at the luncheon hon
    indisposed for a few days. has I H W. Trcsslcr to Daniel D.I I River Forest Subdivision $14000 m beet 12 Palm City Farms. .. to>> Jupiter Inlet I Beach Cogs to Oliver A. Wellotol I 17 t block oring Mrs. Clare Williams !Shmk;
    improved enough to go to her I Mrs Mildred C. Shope fromSieclton Healy. Property In Casa Terrace Robert H Lear Inc. to Henry 55,210EK( bock:ne. lot t.J' Mock I M; lot 20()I. Jupiter.TiqucMtt Hunt/ Clul I national cominittccwomnn from\
    had home the in misfortune Washington lose Iowa. She t Pa, :is visiting i her sister Subdivision\ $2.ROO. I W Schwab Property! in govern __ __James_ _Ralph'.! and Olga I K 13.; lot 17. block 12ri: Colony. section A. $9900. < I Florida.
    to -
    a : -- - ----
    very Mrs Louie kraft on Fifth i Street C. B. Arbogast Jr. to T A Ins- ---- -
    bentiful diamond while shopping lie Barnard. Lots I and 6. Mock
    in West Palm Beach recently Mrs. Eric Fischer and Mrs. 27 section 6, North River Shore I
    Marcclla Bernhardt have gone to
    A group from the park attend $7000
    New York for the
    ed a party at Sunrise Inn on Mon Henry B. Swiniilchurst Jr to
    day noon given by the Woman i The Duplicate Cluh met at t Joseph G Jarrell Property in sec. isNo
    Association of Jensen The lunch. Clement Hall Friday afternoon tion 34 township 37 S., range 4'| lucre
    eon and style show were enjoyed with ten tablet playing.l North- E. $100. .
    and several from the park t brought South winners i were Mr Cote: Henry B. Swinglchurst Ir. to for
    table and door prices Dr. Moore Carrie Teal, and Thel. Herbert J. Fochr.: Property in sec .
    ma' Caduell and the East-West lion 34 township 37 S., range. 41 SUbStItute'
    Mary Wahl entertained two tables -, winner were Myrt Huntington E. $9800.
    at a lovely luncheon at her' Sam Eusy. Gladys Clave, Beth Henry B. Swmglehurst Jr. to
    home Monday afternoon Bridge O'Brien, Ada Urry and Charles Herbert J. Fochr: Property in sec.
    wa played later and prizes for Slezak tion 34 township 37 S., range. 41'
    each table were awarded E, $100.
    A number of women from the E L. Bernhardt to Barnet Frr-
    Mrj Laura Wright and Mrs park attended the party given by lich. Lot I 11 I. block 6. Rio St. Lu-
    Mary Florence Ewere are visiting Mrs. the World War I Auxiliary on cie Terrace Addition No. 1 I. 1100, SENIORITY EXPERIENCE KNOWLEDGE
    Tienken and friends
    in Thursday at the civic center Door Barnet Ehrlich to E. L. Bcrnhardt *
    the park They are now living on and table prizes were awarded and I-ot 10 block 6, Rio St
    the West Coast of Florida and
    refreshments served.
    were Lucie Terrace Addition NO. 1.
    ore greatly missed at they were
    in the park for several yean They Mr and Mrs William Fergu. $100.Dunklin Memorial Inc
    have been entertained at dinners son from Milton Pa., visited Mr Camp AND
    and card parties and Mrs. Bill Towers on Wednei to Homer Sellers. Property in sea ':
    day Ferguson and Tower worked .... 'r' .
    Mr. and Mrs Arthur L. Johnson for the City of New York for . ," .
    and the Russian Zone and
    were in Schring Saturday thirty many
    where Mr. Johnson! attended the then return here.
    Florida Shuffleboard Association Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lord :
    Mr. and Mri
    J Inc meeting have returned to their home in Douglas Blylb ; AccomplishmentSenator
    Laconia N. II have left for an extensive trip to :
    Mrs. Jeanette Herbst from North California and othtr Western'
    Royallon Ohio daughter of Mr. Mrs Eric Fischer has returned states and will visit in Hawaii before ,' .
    and Mrs A D. Wilcox; Mr. and I to New York for the summer. In their return to the park.
    Mrs. One Phelps from Cleveland, the autumn\ they will visit Gcr-
    Mr and Mrs. Gerry Schutt from
    Riviera Beach visited Mr. and t

    E & R MAINTENANCE SERVICE Mrs William Tower '"
    Mr and Mrs. Art Stevens very
    returning to their home in Flint, :
    Mewing, Spraying, Hauling Mich.. and near Charleston W
    Tree TrImmingPARKING Va., were hurt badly when some
    ones tire blew out and the car .,
    LOIS MARKED crashed into theirs. Mr. Steven "
    UNDERGROUND: SPRINKLER SYSTEMS chest was crushed and Mrs. Steve at Bronson can be certain that his many
    REPAIRED OR INSTAL|ED ens had some bones broken. .
    .: ,* .
    GENERAL' MAINTENANCE Mr and. Mrs. Lawrence Drum I.'t
    : mer have gone/ to their home IB the Florida Senate"will continue
    friends in to
    P.O. MX 927 PHONE 287-:02S Eaton, Ind., after spending I h f

    winter here. rt3 a....

    support his stand on the split of Lake Okee-


    chobee which meansTHOUSANDS



    COMMITTEE. In Road Money For Martin County

    From the Stuart( NwfPa e FICTION: similar tifuulloa exbted when CommlMiloaer Saunderwa favored a dump for "

    burning the area west of IllbUcu Park. Had thh gone through those residents djy iTs /1; f :' ;1
    who had (their life savings Invested In their.homes would have differed trrmendoiM -
    financial low***.

    the minutes of the Dueling of Tuesday, !March 26, 1963
    FACTFrom: was made by Commbwlooer Saunderson" that the garbage dump will set be
    put In that location and that Mr. WUham't offer of land be refuaenLFICTION *

    From the Stuart News, Pap 6B, Thursday April 16, 1964
    o Her la bow your commhklon voted KEEP MARTIN COUNTY GROWING
    Commlwlonen Miller, Bruner and WlUamaon voted to drop |the race, th. court
    having declared Mr. Randy claim justified
    Chairman Wacha and Commfeioner Saundersoa voted to continue/ the fight

    gakwt the Rand Interest, will) It* additional cost to our county. WITH PROVEN LEADERSHIP"I

    FACT From the mbllltM the meeting of February 28, 1963
    : After Mr. Tooker reported that Mr. Denkon b willing to prepare and file I motion

    for rehearing at ao cost to tIM county-Motion waa made by Commhsioner Saunder- have things I want to finish that will benefit Martin County The first is protection -
    ion to continue the matter. Motion died for lack of second Tae actual fact ao sew many
    voted .In favor-BO one voted again** -There WM no vote.
    of the county against any big cpunty scheme that would deprive Martin County of

    AN OPEN LETTER: To the citizen-voters of Martin County

    During these last few weeks of this campaign, the opposition will road funds. Another is full planning for the growth of our area.

    be making charges as fantastic as they are untrue. I ask each of Irlo' B__onson

    you to check (the record 4 on any charge before accepting i it{ as the

    truth.I .

    am happy that I can ask you to vote for me and vote on the basisof RE-ELECT AND

    business background and on my record of community servo
    ice. am thankful that I can run my campaign on a record of ac .

    complishments. I nr.i drateful to those who have cooperated 'to III O

    bring progress to all O(, Martin County for no one could do it alone.I .

    sincerely ask your vote and support in my bid for reelection as Irlq |3rpnson}} t Is A "

    County Commissioner of District No. .
    1.Respectfully Martin County tlONsa
    Ranch Owner

    FRANK A. WACHA And Taxpayer. IJ

    ! VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT I He With Is Martin Acquainted, ,



    Democratic Candidate With Proven Record of, Service To Why Trade Exprienre-ForAn.Experlinenl., '!/t'1IJ!

    Martin County. .

    County Commissioner District\ \tcr" bald( Political Advertisement) DEMOCRATIC ;PRIMARY I *IAY 5TH

    NItIoaI A4mdmmme.
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    4.D THE STUART (Had) NEWS Thursday April 23 1964V.F.

    '- Epsilon Zeta Chapter Met at NEWS"! Chain Wedding plan-Rains Held I : W. Auxiliary Members in

    Home of Mrs. B. Featherstone> SOCIAL Last Saturday

    Mr and MM Frank C. Champ- Donation to Alaskan ReliefThe
    Member Im of Boulevard, have
    ollpilon Zeta Chapter place Stypmann
    Office AT 7-1550 MISS MARY UNDSAY, Society Editor 4
    McRoberts, ; 4i annouced the marriage of theirdaughtT
    Mrs. Anna
    of Beta Sigma Phi met Thursday has accepted the sponsorship '. .", -s.-, aal<.i I I Holly, to John A. Rains, regular meeting of the vice president, Mrs Edith Carl
    evening" April 16, at the home for another year I son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Hen. Ladies Auxiliary of the Veteransof tram; junior vice president, Mr
    ,. of Mrs Aimn FwthvrMone, South B Rams of Stuart. Foreign Wars was held April Margaret Kahn; treasurer, Mrs
    Carolina Drive. Thfl new officers Founders Day will be celebrated B. Pearl
    -w 15 at the post! home. Tracy; chaplain, Mrs.
    were insulted in a candlelight on Saturday April 23, at the The) were married at the First initiated Grace Hall; conductress, Mrs.
    Sunrise I Inn Both chapter of the Methodist Church of Stuart with Mrs. Helen Magerme was
    ceremony and the Ritual of the Mrs. Grace Helen Magerine; guard Mrs. Catherine .
    Xi Gamma .and Epsilon Rev Walter Jessup officiating, on as a new member.
    Jewels for the new members took sorority '' "r and keeling; three-year trustee,
    I 18Mi Conine, MM Renee Burros
    Zeta, will celebrate Guests are Saturday April Mrs Malvma Weed
    ,, Mrs. Helen Pietz were elected as
    invited the University
    Rams attended -
    The next meeting will be Mal,
    Commissioned in The next meeting will be May ot Florida and Mrs. Rains attended new The members District 3 meeting will be ft at the post home Refreshment
    Mrs. N "1 Indian River Junior College.
    7 at the home of Mary
    The Air Force Greene Guest! speaker! will be e 'S' t1p'rG The couple are living at 503 flamingo held Sunday, April 26 Mrs, at Jennie Post .
    James Hutchinson, local artist, I( Drive. Stuart 4145, Riviera Beach.
    William L. BeTgUracsscr Ir. ion 11 Smith and Mrs Jean Moran were GIVE
    ot Mr and Mrs William L BergMracsscr --- Guild elected as delegates and Mrs. Mar-
    Stuart, has been commissioned ," I St. Joseph garet Kahn and Mrs. B Pearl
    a second lieutenant in Art StudentsIn I Had Card PartyThe Tracy as alternates .
    the United States Air Force upon I A donation was sent to the Alas.kan to
    graduation from officer training St Joseph Guild held a Disaster Relief Fund Mrs.
    Visit to card parly at the community room Kahn reported on the card party
    a ; of the First National Bank of held at the home of Mrs Moran, RED CROSS
    IOn k' Stuart on Thursday April 16. Donations were sent to the vet-
    Jr. College Mrs. Olin Booth was chairman. erans hospital at Coral Gables for
    She was assisted by Mrs. Edward the spring/ carnival and for a gift +
    Monday. April 13, the art P Kinsellu, Mrs Philip Angell and for the department president.
    students of Mrs. Ronald Nelson's r Mrs George Ruclius New officers elected were: Pres-
    senior class went to Palm Beach The door prizes were won by I, Ident, Mrs Jennie Smith; senior
    Junior College to visit the art department Mrs, Kathleen Spencer! Mrs Katie - Always there... i
    in the new Humanities Heilfurth Mrs Theresa Foote,
    Building Many of the senior art s r : Mrs Florence Radius, Mrs Frances and winner of a cake was Mrs with your i
    students are in the process of deciding Hein and Mrs Helen Kubm, Carl H. Turner. p'h',
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    on a college or art school h'
    where they will further their studies .
    in art Among the fields chosen ..II +C rt' VOTE FORt
    J for study are fashion designing, ( r t Sirs ,
    illustrating and advertising
    The following students went to
    the college: Lorraine Antos!, Sandra .
    Herndon, Barry Hunter, Karen John B.
    LT. BIRGSIRAESMR: Jensen, Karis Keck, Paula Mac- .,
    Arthur Sandy Mariotti, Sharon
    school at Lackland Air Force Base i.
    Rosa. Randy Wilham. Linda Hall,
    Tex Charlotte Walsh, Theresa Krueger,
    Lieutenant Bergstraesscr! was selected and Judy Denney. MacArthurCOUNTY
    for the training count: Parents attending were Mrs. J'.l
    through competitive examination Charles Antos, Mrs Bert Krueger
    with other college graduate He and Mrs, John MacArthur.
    H being reassigned to Lowry AFB, The students were given a tour '
    Colo? for training as a special munitions by Mrs Nina Jensen chairmanof R' .
    officer. the art department. The studios .
    The lieutenant a member of and lecture rooms are fully equip- "
    .. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, attended the ped and offer many special features ART S1UDLNIS of Mrs Lucille Nelson, Martin County High School instructor, toured the new humanities r ia: >' : ?,."J COMMISSIONER
    University of Nebraska and Floe to the art student Mrs. Jensen building of Palm Beach Junior College, Monday, April 13. Shown in the group above are: ..:
    ida State University and ha a answered many question concerning Karen Jensen, Sandy Mariotti, Paula MacArthur, Kan Keck, Sharon Rosa and Sandra Herndon f y, i i DISTRICT 3
    B.S. degree in biology freshman courses in art. 4w.f h.lh\
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    ,;" / / I lobe Sound, Port Salerno
    f'I I NEED YOUR VOTE, Mrs. Murray Attended Annual .: .t, i" ((1t

    Meeting of Chamber Leaders '.JJtfIj, ; iZ..L.Lat.a4; %: '- A Businessman For Good
    r.: Business In Government

    : JOHN W.KELLER Mrs Rosalccn Murray, manager the current program of that organization .
    of the Chamber of Commerce, attended Applauded by the local EVERYONE Good Government, Better Planning
    the annual conference of chamber executives was announce in Martin
    Un.ContaminatedVnterways.. Everyone
    the Florida Chamber of Commerce ment of the newly organized Tourist & Zoning,
    Executives Association! at the Jack Development Division I requested County wants an Independent Candidate not connected with aPolitical
    Tar Harrison Hotel m Clearwater by FCCE when in session i three
    their Commissioners Fulfill -
    Machine. Everyone wants to
    f ( 5 April 16-19 years ago as a centralization of all
    All-day workship sessions with statewide tourist efforts. Their Promises.
    guest speakers, included topics' on Highlight of the convention wasa
    FOR the chamber's relation to transpor luncheon' address by Governor
    tation, agriculture, Industrial development Farris Bryant m which he voiced NOBODY "Across the Board Convenient Pre-Elec-

    and retention, govern a plea for freedom for business Promises' ". '"r" '" ........ :
    Supervisor of Registration mental affairs, travel and research! The group voted to send copiesto tion ; r
    :' Harold Colee, executive' vice Flondas Senators Holland and I

    (Paid Polltlc-.I Adv.rUwm.nt president of the Florida reviewed State I Smathers with a request to haveit Don't be fooled by Commissioner Saunderson's suddent burst of/
    a Chamber of Commerce entered in t the CongressionalRecord. I
    fixing roads and other vote-buying measures. We got nothing MM- i

    All governor candidates were til// the past month. I
    Invited as annual banquet program k
    .. speakers with five attending Each VOTE FOR A NEW COMMISSIONER
    was allotted eight minutes, plus a
    question and answer period.

    ... i JOHN B. MACARTHUR !

    ... DEAN lOOKER : Judy HuntIs


    o.... ScholarshipSecretarial DUMOCRVIIC PRI\L\RY-l\I\Y: Silt (Paid Political Advertisement) i i

    ,' FOR TIME County High School students, who of appliedfor Martin VOTE FOR
    j F 4d.. the scholarship to be awardedby
    the National Secretaries Association i
    Stuart Chapter, and their
    : COUNTY JUDGE teachers attended a tea, given in .a
    c Mgr, :: their honor by members of NSA t a d
    at the Martin County Public LIbrary
    Sunday, April 19 This was CHRISKALB
    the beginning of National Secretary
    : drs Mrs: Kitty Jeffers presented the I
    award to Miss Judy Hunt the st

    Born 38 yew ago at Pakhugue, Long Island winning Miss Hunt student will use the scholarship

    : 'v tb Married, with J sons to attend Indian River Junior
    College in Fort Pierce A
    s t : Member, All-Saints Lplseopal: ChurthVS.
    ti v Navy Veteran

    5' 4' ,,' r Member- the llorlda Bur and American Bar ,

    4 i AwiotiatlonSecretaryTreasurer
    \ + ,
    a vl Elect, 1963-1964\ Martin County Q COUNTYCOMMISSIONER ,
    jn Bur A.SMKlullon.

    f ',;M Martin County Attorney fur the..last 4 year
    y Attorney for Martin County Zoning Board and Board A

    1 a'ayv, A of Adjustment.' DISTRICT 1

    3 Attorney for luxation and tinancc Committee of the L 4
    1 T Stale AsMKbtllvn: of County Officials: for the past 2

    yean. I

    U Practicing Attorney for 8 yean. F THINK!_


    ( Vote For And Support I THINK !

    : ,, E E THINK ,! !
    : JERRY SMI 111 IIUBBVR1),
    University of Texas graduate
    student, recently received the
    s $300 Margaret Jane McKinney ARE YOU SATISFIED? OF COURSE NOT!
    Lewis award in microbiology
    ; for 1964. He is the son.in.law
    of Mr and Mrs N. F. Chase, .
    A MAN OF Stuart, and is married to the THEN ELECT '
    former Shirley Chase. They live
    at 608 Patterson Avenue Austin
    COUNTY JUDGE Tex. A detailed report on
    the award was published in our CHRIS KALBDEMOCRATIC COUNTY
    April 9 edition COMMISSIONER

    : "' PUBLIC SERVICE .4} ABILITY { Edison took out 370 y "

    : various t'
    of patents the distribution covering of electricity aspects PRIMARY MAY 5 (,... eIItJnI Ad.wlew.wA
    (F I4 PollUul ,U.erd..Uf
    I I
    within a nice-year period.

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    p pUSE I Itm fL T border WILL development. for trade any private type o n Florida Penna-Ohio lake retort prop-

    coy or what have you? 300 lots
    I. left to sell in development all or
    pan triple your money. Also for
    trade northeastern Ohio farms

    acreage, waterfrontage, private

    : STUART (Florida M\\S -.v'" 1 l -... .. >It r 11 'I lake Charles: Thomas, AT 7-4578.

    thursday, April %3. 1964 5.1) FOR RENT 35 FOR RENT 35 USED CARS &: TRUCKS 78 Real Estate For Sale 90 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 4-30 ((96)

    ... tresssmas-A.w.. .. I' uaraNR..arw..uarsia.msiw.NwsNrFOR

    + THIS SYMBOL: NOW Renting/ 8 small one bed. SMALL apartment one bedroom FOR Sale: Model A Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront OCEANFRONT TO RIVER I book The t Is world'preserved biggest in the religious Kutho
    ." kitchen, dinette New Excellent INSTRUMENTS 1 lots Both and TRACTS We have several reasonably -
    MEANS: room Apts. Furnished, with tile living room gy. tag. Td1 dew Pagoda in' Mandalay, Burma
    1II\T hath, screen porch, terrazzo floor, Furnished, $75 including/ utilities lion. 4-spced truck tran Sacrifice at $29 a foot priced tracts ranging in the 729 marble tablets of
    READERS PAY 10 REID insulated cathedral ceiling, over or unfurnished $60 including utilities Airplane tires with chains. in Florida 2595. tf ((90)) price from S120. 0 per front foot Buddist t Scriptures stand in Indi

    looking 10-acre lake. and county Ideal 1 for single or couple. I Phone 287-5800 or FOUR bedroom waterfront home.Will up lit us show you these today vidual shrines about a tall central
    YOUR ADS IarTze park. Plenty parking area Low Adults. Owner, 287-5055. 4-23(35):! ( ) after 5 p.m .:! ) PIANOS Roland O. Luedcr Realtor, 729 pagoda
    trade! for vacant land. Wnte ___ __
    price rental, $5000 monthValkmgdistancegrocerystore Colorado Ave. Stuart 4-23 ((90)A ) h ___ _
    Box 23, Stuart Fla. tf
    FOR Sale 1957
    : Chrysler .
    \ Inquire I J
    let 4d110rCdan.. TERMS
    1 he Seven C's Grocery Store TWO Beautiful Waterfront Lots TRAILERS: SERVICES 1 SNOW
    on U. S. No. I, one mile northof .. ""h i7 IS"FOR air-conditioning, new at east end of Palm Avenue in BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS. CBS
    St. Lucie River Bridge. tf ((35)) rent or sale :2 bedroom Price $800 cash Call :! PIANO CO. No. Hobe Sound Shores Close to 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Screened n _

    house at it Lucie Locks. Call -:! ( ) I 5th Street Stuart and St Lucie Inlet. Con patio I and .frkdi'T: .a.Ce :
    DIAL I-OR rent 2 bedroom furnished .. ..... 461-4747 heat and Elcc. OPEN
    287-0727) tf ((38)) .. ; Ph. crete Bulkhead, County Approved -
    apartment close In. $75 Call l BOATS MR VICES If ((78)) Roads, Central Water System, kitchen equipment includes dishwasher
    ATlantic 7.1550 :287-1683! or 287-5569. tf ((35) FURNISHED CBS 2 bedrooms, Excellent Water Lot No. 1 is on City water. FHA financed. TINY'SLAWNMOWER
    living room, dining room, kitchen tasaswlwaa "" -. elastic stockings, Waterway, pie shaped with 167' 2350000. Roland G Lueder
    To Place Your FAST SELLING- FOR rent or lease Port Sewall I bath. All electric. Patio. Car. AUTHORIZED Johnson etc. Stuart of water front Approx.' 140' at Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave. Stuart -

    waterfront home. Two bedrooms, Porte 302 Harrison Ave. Coral Complete Sales, Service, tf (78/ widest point Price $8500, _._._. 4.23! ((90).)
    LOW COSTVANTAD Pi baths Stove and refrigerator. Gardensj- 87-4384.4-30i 38)) Good selection of . and OUTBOARD
    Boat dock. Yearly. Phone 287 Motors Expert t Factory- ) E. refrigerator, 2 LOT No. 2, also slightly pie shaped CITRUS COUNTRY I mile i I REPAIRS AND SERVICE:
    4105. tf ((35)) TWO bedroom CBS home, furnished Mechanic.: CASA RIO : ; one Hotpoint with 149' on canal frontage on Road 714. 1800
    Will take trailer door 66W, $50. adjoining acres. Natural drainage 1 mile In Back of Carrion's foundry,
    NEWS WANT ADSRATE paid up MOTOR SALES, !ne. 440 waterway Average width 144 ,
    ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, as down payment or will rent In Rio, AT 7.{!<144 ) 287-0214) Price $6.000. No Broken JUPITER -: frontage on canal. An excellent ST. UC1E AVENUE,
    : Five cents per average Rio. Pleasant location within to family with not more than 2 4-23 ((78) ISLAND APTS. 746-7109. buy at $30000 per acre. Roland SALERNO
    word, minimum charge per insertion easy distance of dock facilities. children. Call AT 7-2936:! 4.23(38)( ) FOR SALE: Complete I II ;; If ((90)) O. Lucdcr.! Realtor, 729 ColoradoAve
    Reasonable rates Call Marine Marine j'ppk.KC' ? Stuart. 4-23:! ((90)) CALL AT 7-9763
    $100 (for up lo twenty ; year-round 111" --. Supplies, 1 --- .
    mules. --- ----------- a > (1711
    average" words) Words in ALL AT 7-2583:! after 5 pm or write Marine Hardware- heurn All TMO bedroom CBS, llorid I (
    CAPITAL LETTERS' except first li. 1 J. Abbott, Star Route, Jensen HELP WANTED 43 I your boat Whiucar Boat 4-23(78) Wont Drapes, Awnings Garden JENSEN, by owner, 2 large bedrooms !- --- -
    word, count as two words each. Beach Fla tf ((35)) IIIfI.jUiL :AI>>" Port Sewall )I ...- Tools, Power Lawn Mower, TV (, livm< room with fire. I Ma.aewasaRaLewulsYr" .a
    FLORIDA Registered i Pharmacistfor (Mfcc.. It Antenna, other extras far blowOwner' place, large inning room, area For Sale Miscellaneous 178WE'VE
    While space above or below or FURNISHED one bedroom house OUTBOARD MOTORS cost AT 7-4233. tf for 2 more bedrooms, 2 car car .
    ( .
    local .. .
    within ad l will be charged as the with enclosed sunroom and chain progressive available, growing Fort ED We have parts : port, 10x20:! utility room porch, a .11'-.' NU Ct 711tpe

    number of words (five) that could full bath. 309 Hickory, Jensen lauderdale Openings, Fort Pierce, in Vero popular makes. Can lest price for your BULKIIEADFD LOT100x131 dock privilege, underground sprink-
    be printed in the blank line, or Beach Contact E. R. kinney, Beach and Stuart Excellent and condenser. Ulmer Bates at 287- in Inlracoastal Waterway com- leN, landscaped! Walking distanceto GOT 111E
    25 cents line. 287-4155.. tf (35) areas. 1 rmtnilv. Southeast Owner stores. Priced at only $1 MIKI.
    per ( ) for advancement and AT 7-3355. Your Friendly \) Inc. tf ((81)) exposure

    Display Classified" rate* on FURNISHED 5-room apartment company opportunity benefits. Apply Mr. Man- Dealer. ( ) .,. _,_ _546-5266.u _:!._,.__.___tf__..((90)__) Call 2872058.:! 4-23 ((90)) WMdLSq 7

    application. clean Frost gum, Broward Drug Office, 825:! HAVE two loin in Palm
    Very proof refng/ OUTBOARD bout FOR SALE 90 building __'r ill'1 II I .-
    These' are cash rates for ads crater New electric range. Complete N. W. 6th Avenue, Fort Lauder- side lake Park. Will trade for late
    equipped Bualnrs.0pporlnnkles
    brought or mailed to The Stuart privacy.. Adults. Call AT 7- dale. tf ((43)) cockpit coverlRd.hield.lop model( trailer. Call AT 7-1074. CASA RIO
    News with If 0768. tf ( 35)) St. Lucie. Lot No. tf ((90)) IX! 1 -q:> BOAT 4 MOTOR SALES
    payment. you are aStuart WANTED: Assistant to Pro Man bcrglas 35 h.p. Evmrude. tllte'l', 100x125 lee
    Newt mail subscriber or are THREE bedroom unfurnished ager, Martin County Golf Club ator, battery. Phone S2/OO. Lou Bix.k- 1NCX3ME property In the heart Nt ..... TOT HI* AT ,-...

    listed! in the Stuart telephone directory house near Stuart post office For further information call 2872774 $675. -. ( ) 27 Terr, Pom- of Stuart. Two duplexes' and one -FOR SALE- tf (171)

    you can place your ad by tele and stores. Refrigerator and range 4-16(43)( ) -- 399-0204) tf(90)( ) cottage across from Martin County -- -
    phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and $70) month. 287-1685 or 287- 18' offshore cruiser with School. $17,000. Phone Owner -
    say "I want to place a want-ad. 5569.\ tf (35)) WOMAN cook, two curb girls and'one electric starting Johnson $850, adjoining 2875055. 4.23 ((90)) SMALL
    counter girl A & W Root board. Extras, cushions, pole and Dry. Both

    TWO bedroom furnished garage Beer. 4-30 ((43)) ers new top, side curtains, 2 Telephone 287 RESTAUKANTWtLLESTABLISHtD
    apartment. Also room for rent propellers running lights, 437, Jensen WATERFRONT, ESTATE:
    Give mail address as
    your WAITRESS shift. Inlracoiistul
    in private home. 619 East Fifth morning Steady 29 seat tank, tf ((90)) Waterway, 3 bedrooms S :
    well as your telephone number work. Powell's Diner 7- ; I
    AT '
    el't: : 3 buths. Private dock,
    Avenue. AT 7-1756. tf ((35)) tank. condition i
    in your want-ad. The Stuart 9708. 4-23(43)( ) fice. $985 cash Phone home, one seawall, beautiful view, Between GOOD BUSINESS' FOR A MORTGAGES
    News hat hundreds of STORE AND OFFICE SPACEfor Legion Heights. Jupiter and Flobe COUPLE
    out-of-state subscribers who rent as low as $1 per day COMPETENT woman for phyafclan's or 2871639. ( ) ;, W H. Sound. Owner transferred, 25 YEAR TERM
    are your best possible pros- per room on lease. Cabinet shop office to act as receptionist LIKE new, fiberglas, double or AT 7.169. must sill Reduced from $62,. a FIRST CLASS RATING
    pects for real estate sales and $2:! handle accounts, and type. run-a-bout with tf 500 to $4.7,500( Shown NEW AND EXISTING
    or Bunini
    storage!: space per day to $5. top, ((90)) by LOCATrD IN
    Submit HEART
    rentals, boats, help wanted, experience, qualifications i HOMES:
    See Miss Alice Dehon for Inspection shield and trailer. $"'. --- ---- appointment only. Phone 746-
    gardening, trailers, and servo age and references to Box M, c/o / Trailer Park near 7146 01' VIRO BEACH
    Monthly or 3-year lease Stuart News. 287-0369) 4.23 ( ) .m. or pm. C R. Ashley, Mlg. Broker
    4-30 ((43)) Force Base and
    4-30 ((35)) -- 4-23 ((90))
    -- acreage or Ocean Reasonably PricedN'RI'lE Taylor Ashley
    NEW house, furnished: 3 bed FIVE men or women to canvass 1962 17' Imperial County. Write If 630 COLORADO AVENUEAT
    REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS: rooms and bath; Also 1 bedroom No taking names forCity 40 h.p. Gale, electric 40 Royal Palm, FOR RENT 135 BOX "V" I 7.2440
    1 efficiency; Also rooms. Reasonable Directory. Selling Guaranteed Fiberglass All extras 4-30 ((90)) &IUART NtWS4ia: ar
    bonus for J tees
    (Numbers over 100 refer to display Port Salerno. Call Mrs salary plus extra 50 hours. Like new met' I
    : classified ads, which appear Day, 287-2589 tf ( 35)) effort. Must be good spellers and $995.\ 2 bath water
    have clear -
    after the end of the smaller ads, in handwriting. Permanent lots near St. _III'
    numerical order. Be sure to look RIVERFRONT home with pOOl position for those free to travel. ALSO:: 8' pram, 2 h p. Box X, c/o r TRAILERS SERVICES 168

    in both places) for rent. Furnished: or unfurnished Group insurance, paid holidays and son Fibcrglasscd i A-l: $ Q: 287-2549. ? t"''+o"kr ,tft __ _., ..__ .
    vacations furnished. I '1"1 w _
    :! ,
    Call 287-094) If ((35)) Apply/ only Jupiter 746-7146 ant or tf ((90)) a rktl kI
    in k ,
    your own handwriting
    / stating
    FOR RENT 35135FOR FOR Rent: One bedroom apart and ( ) Lot 100 by 200
    age 'phone number. Addresi I M' ;
    RENT OR SUE 38-138,: ment in Rio. $50 month. Call replies to City Directory, c/o BoxP I elevation on nat > JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC."Jus'r .
    WANTED TO RENT 40-140. AT 71865. 4-23 ((35)) Stuart News 4.23 ((43)) 1RAJLKRS & SERVICES a winding
    wonderland. NOR III OF 111E ARCH"Route
    HELP WANTED 43-143 FURNISHED apartments on riv MAN wanted to supply Rawleigh : E. Slocum. Real '

    Employment Wanted 48-UfBu&hieM er. 3 rooms and efficiencies. TV Products to consumers in St I FOR Sale: :25'! 1954 Silver (78)J Ave., Stuart. .. 707 Jensen Reach, Florida

    Opportunities 50-150 and dock privileges. Driftwood Lucie County or Fort Pierce. Good aluminum house trailer, 4"23 ((90)) .. ""'" ....1 .
    LOST & FOUND: 53-153 Mold, 443 North Indian River lime to start No capital required.I good! condition. Best offer: Phone 287.2732
    Drive, Jensen! Beach. AT 7-2237 : waterfront ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS
    SCHOOLS 54-154 Write Rawliigh: FAC-58I-8I5, phone AT 7-2237 If ( )
    tf ((35)) Memphis, Tenn, 4.23 ((43)) Lucie Subdivi
    SPECIAL NOTICES: 55-155 IIIiL "' I Hi bath See Our
    USED CARS 58-158 STORES and offices downtownor LADIES-Are you in need of more Services Offend, Mfcc. Central heat. -
    on East Ocean Blvd fli RAT newsy. BOtTLBTAHISTUART
    Any money? Serve your neighbors windows >
    NtW: CARS 60 160 si'e awning ,
    Write A P Krueger a 1I70E. during convenient hours as an room. Garage/ TLoninAaovsaalatpan0 20-HIDE -ApaclowH-J Large Bed. tfO |
    BOATS SERVICES 63-163 Ocean Blvd. or phone 287-2420:! :! Avon Representative. Write Avon WISCONSIN, Brrggs immaculate con. : ..APAHTMINTS roam, Hi Baths) In Pork-rtudy for occupancy 0,995

    TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 '.7 ((35)) Manager, P. O. Box 2427.:! Veto COOLED Clinton ENGINES end Lauson in stock .00. Roland G. ROOMS: BATHSRvrriKRoARn COURTS

    Services Offered, Misc. 71-171 TWO bedroom house' furnished! Beach, Fla. 4.23 ((43)) parts and men who know 729 Colorado HBAIOKAMI.S9. MATES
    PLANTS SERVICES: : 75-175 Near lobe Sound. Call 287. repair them. ULMER 4.23 ((90)) TV' 1.O..01S.1 II-WIDE PARK"I-a Sales Lot. 600 $5|

    For Sale, Miscellaneous! 78-178 5674: 4-30 ((35)) 1 Employment Wanted 41 "or"Dial AT 73355. Your ;-waterfront' t-' ... -.-. "..$, Sea.| It of floor space I Bedroom ....,...... ,995

    Wanted To Buy (MUc.! ) 81-181 BEAUTIFUL---3 bedroom famished 'I'1I'1r1I' --- ly Dodge Dealer. tf ( ) : : at the :low price W. T. FACET Mgr.

    MOVING STORAGE 84-184 home 200 ft. St. Lucie WHEEL ALIGNMENT r o foot 29% Dial AT T-OTM tf till 55x10
    on WILL care for 1 child in my home and .. MINDSHR with 7a1211nIng room trnslua

    Real Estate For Sale 90-190 River Adults only no drinkers. during the.drS Have 2 daughters BALANCING with Bear Lueder., Stuart., Realtor, -- leguiict bi Mobile, Hume living ................. ...... $6,995
    Real.Estate anted 96-196 Prefer year around lease Phone at home ; per week Call ment by trained mechanic will
    287-2889 for appointment 2875986. 9-2(48)( ) for itself in tire wear. We 4.23 ((90)) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS

    -. 4-30 ((35)) STENOGRAPHERToffice- mana"gen equipment and men. Your Delight!l--HeTt Many other 10 whim of various. manufacturer lo 'h.1OtiI from,
    ------ '
    ly Dodge dealer. ULMER
    i FOR RENT 35 FIVE room apartment, completely Vigorous, presentable, fife TORS or Dial: AT 7-3155. tf : buy Inlet in Port t on our (large tain M. J. Fred Silvers and Alan. B. Wlkon are

    furnished. Second floor. 700 y-eight-year-old widow, now employed 116' by on the sales stuff lo serve you. Vk.lt u* and see,
    South Federal 287-3325 RAY COOKE'S Tank harbor. Only ON
    FIREPROOF warehouse, 2400 Hwy. or in North one-woman Septic 4-1* teal,
    v\ 287-1297. tf (35)) office of insurance ice. Cleaning and repairing./ M. P. Nclwn,
    ft. Vi mile outside city limits manager large drain fields and Blvd, 287- THE ST. LUCIE
    agency-real estate office with much
    at $50 a month. Call AT 7-1074 FURNISHED efficiencies, month Dial AT 7.)6'I.AT) 7-9862. 4-23 ((90))
    ( )
    loan, and
    tf ((35)) o r season, utilities Included. mortgage management --- -- -- One and two-room efficiencies. Self'Contained & Semi-Self-Contuined
    business, wants Florida to be :!
    Adults Summer rates to November job HAVE small Bulldozer frontage on 4
    TWO bedroom furnished apart- I 1. South of Stuart AT 7.1950 near children. First rate legal and Mower and Disc. Will clear just North of Spacious shaded grounds REVELLA PICKUP TRAILERSSee

    ment for rent in North River after 5 p.m. tf ((35)) ranking secretary stenographer out trees. Fence posts and : : property with t nJ Parking Lot. Boil Dock
    Shores. $125 monthly year around. Expensive, but worth It. Write Box for sale Lawton Wall Phone home Shuffkboard. TV and Lounge
    Call .2873547. tf ((35)) TWO bedroom furnished house, A. c/o Stuart News. 4-23 ((48)) 7-1401. U ) for small
    two miles from U. S. I on Hwy. "' i : rental unit. Week Month Year
    MODERN bedroom furnished WILL
    one keep children babies
    76. Boat dock. CaU 2871885. or i in TERRAZZO Tile and :! ) () / C. Lueder, ,
    apartment Rent by week, monthor 4.23 ((35)) my home. Contact Mrs Win. W. H. Wagner Co. AT Ave., Stu. 624 ST. IUCIE CRES'ENT8TUAR'r.
    t'fr. Located on river one don on Alhambra Ave., off Mon. or AT 7-16967:I tf ;) 4-23 ((90)) I' FLORIDA I I vs.
    () m shopping' district 5< COTTAGE for rent. Clean and crey Road last street, last houseon ,
    E. Seminole St. Phone AT 7-1197 comfortable. $15 a week. Call right. 4-23 ((48)) HARDWARE Sale. Yes all I Telephones 287-9112
    tf ((35)) 287-0902) () after 6 o'clock 4-23(35)( ) ware now at low sale 135] F. E. WOOD, Manager
    if (lien)
    Hendry's Trading Center <<'' -' I
    LARGE efficiency everything FOR RENT: Furnished three bedroom Business Opportunities 50 Tri-Counly Gas Golden twan.aarrwaa
    furnished Newly I decorateu. CBS house on 76-A. Call tf -
    Clean, quiet Adults only' Write AT 7-1328. 4-23 ((35)) )
    Box 792, Stuart, or call AT 7- CEMENT plant and lumber yard COMPANY?

    488!. tf ((35)) TWO bedroom apartment fully including block plant and PLANTS S* VICES YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN
    large Or will rent. Call
    --- -- ------ furnished including linens and / conveyor.
    FURNISHED two bedroom house china. In North River Shores.: Rea 2874133. tf ((50)) worrying!! Reasonable rates and an tmoipbere

    with swimming pool and screened sonable. Call 287-2163. '.14 ((35)) PLANTS Fastest growing will surptMe an bat your ewe .

    porch. Full pool maintenance SPECIAL NOTICES 55 sery In Martin County 10 : MARIE KIRK, MANAGER
    furnished by owner, $135 monthly. THREE room modern apartment. of plants. Pelican Nursery, Them Today!
    Call AT 7.1694. tf ((35)) Ceramic tile bath kitchen and Road (S-76A), Palm City. Available for Your Sleeping Comfort
    dinette. Glass-enclosed: shower, ALCOHOUCANONYMOUimeets 1918 tf > C'cloolrVIIJaa In Our. Bed. The ultimate in

    wall to wall carpet. Spacious S.30 comfort
    : p.m. utility
    grounds with patio. Off-street parking .. nesday at the u eve7tJWed. E & R maintenance service; Motel ,
    Must be seen to be appreciated Jensen Beach. For information, services and general and camping I,
    WANT ADS $75 per month. Riverdale Phone AT 73332. tf ((55)) nance; mowing spraying, STUART TELEPHONE 2174)773tf ) convenience!
    1ae- Apartments, 667 Cleveland Ave. ing lots cleared and ; Its,'
    See Mrs. Murray Neisner's!! Luncheonette WANT the best price for your cart sprinkler repairs and ;
    DOTHEJGB! ,or Mr. Murray. Democratic Call Ralph Bates at 287-1214, reasonable Call 2872911. P. -. 1964 Flcctwoodlfobilc
    Headquarters 31 E. Ocean Blvd. Merkle Motors Inc. U (SS) Box 927. tf ( ) J
    W Call AT 7-0992) or AT 7-4767. HELP WANTED 143 lomcs
    tf ((35)) ELECTROLUX CORP. Opportunity S Ft Coco Plumosa Palm. 1 LP OR BOTTLED GAS
    for the right man to dou- BLOOMING grafted Will buy sell, trade for, or
    FURNISHED home, all or part rie his present earnings, Call Dan Bougainvillea, Hibiscus SPECIAL CLEARANCE consignment your
    on river at 529 North Indian Clark AT 7-0143. tf ((55)HENDRY'S ) Mf, Flame Vine, Bottle IMMEDIATELY Sandy has plenty of sew and coed t trailer.COME on .
    River Drive, Jensen Beach. Reasonable Lychee. Peach. Avocado, said small model Travel Trail-
    rent. Free fishing boat Trading Center Inc. All Spice, Jabouticaba trees. Win sell OUT AND: SEEfa4
    Sale all tackle Located : MECHANIC We iwed a sober, reliable, ex en. ec trade at any
    on fishing
    Call AT 7-5816 before 300:( p.m. A1A in Golden Gate opposite SANCTUARY, you're Invited to scrvke new Mercurys and Comets and price. "SANDY" OR DON
    4-23 ((35)) Enders Nursery White City,
    Trl-County Gas. tf ((55)GET ) d Cars. TIM.Is a fu1-dme, permanent ponltfon.
    ------- see the birds. 4-30
    PLEASANT one bedroom cottage professional carpet cleaning ) ptamuil working conditions' and cans a good -SANDY'S-
    for rent. $60 a month. Within remits rent Blue Lustre Electric

    walking distance of all stores. Call Carpet Shampooer SI per 1 For Sole, Mike; eaeou. TALK TO RALPH BATES PARK & SALES
    Dial ATlantic 7.1550 AT 75892. tf (35)) day. Hartman-Leighton Furniture. TRAILER
    4-23 ((55)) MOTORS INC.
    and ask for the !NICELY furnished one bedroom SALE: On all appliances 217-5711
    house in Rio. Adults only. No WANTED: Your support and vote reduced prices: at Hendry's_ N. COLORADO STUART 1 Mile North of Stuart c* UA 1
    II pets. Summer rate, $60 month. May 5th. Timer E. Powers. ing Center opposite 4.tt uu 44' our
    Wan Ail'ake( : Call AT 72902. 4-30 ((35) 1(Paid political Adv) 4-30 ( ) Gas in Golden Gate, tf -



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    6 D THE: STUART (Tin) !NEWS nurwlay, April J3 1964< Assault Charge Aboard 'Sunrise'At
    .....".. ......- ... Placed Against Delray Beach
    FINE HOMESJENSEN aYa"red b'"OBrle'.w a'' REAL ESFATB FOR SALE 190 Booker Park Man wicKi.ni
    ttww' _- __Rtrweh. rtaasswaaa+w" .Ad Returning from a long"
    BUY A HIGH DRY A Bookor Park man hilt been aboard the houseboat, Sunn1*
    !IN charged with aggravate vault& were owners Nfif. and Mrs ,*idrct \\
    i RIVERFRONT ESTATE in connection/ with a thoolmg last ). Berkey and (bwr pit Mr
    I Saturday. and Mrs. Herbert the Lo*'' At I
    RESIDENTIAL LOTFor FOR SALE Harry Milay Jr.. thirty-two. is the Delray Beach Yacht Club the
    BEACH ,
    charged with shooting Luther were entertained by the A t
    Sikei also of Sooner Park. II Ackermans of Delray Beach :and I
    .... 200 Ft. Frontage Beautiful 1 Saratoga Spring. N. Y, Mr, and
    prnasorratasalW.'_ .. .",,mom-'' .. \ on Deputy Sheriff frank. Prevatt Mri Kenneth Carpenter of ( hi-
    R 1it As$500* Broad St. Lucie River reported Sikes was shot In the left I cago and the George Carmond!
    ., Little arm following an argument overa of Westhamnton. Long Island
    r dice N, Y.
    Within City Limits of StuartCity game -- --- -
    ', Build and Live TOTAL PRICE --_ s

    Wafer Real Estate For Sale 190
    An Original Florida Home

    Kept Spacious
    660' of river frontage South Fork of
    Nice Guest Cottage I St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including ap

    SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR<> Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. proximately 200 Royal Palm Trees, beau
    Well Landscaped With tiful grounds. Contact yotr( broker or
    (Next lo The Prescription Shop) Large Lawns and :Many
    w.-- tf (HO), Beautiful Trees and Plants ALBERT BROOKERP.O.
    -- --

    2 Bedroom HomeLocated Recent Developments Affecting' The Priced To Sell $$29,950.00See Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach,,."Fla.(nOI)

    Futttte of Your Agent or Phone
    AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232
    NE Corner Hilltop Court and! lIiahl .Avenue, Je*<*n


    Ask US
    $3,500 Down, Balance: $57.00 Month I

    We Mill have 8 few excellent parcel of ocean to river land R. V. JohnsonREALTOR I
    being offered reasonable price You can now buy 100' up to RIVER FRONTAGE
    41P u 2000', ocean to river from $140.00 per foot with good( term
    360 ACRES
    Commercial Property Now is the time


    175'1625'-'Jo In ... .. .. ,$50.00 per front foot HOMES 122, JUPITER, FLA
    660'x660'-Nnt to Shopping Center Site ..$60.00 per front foot at (1.0))

    AlA Corner Lot-100x110'. $2500 per front foot New 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with central r

    air condition and heat. Landscaped lot on

    Business OpportunitiesNEW 2499000.the broad St. Lucie River. Priced to sell $$12,500 ST. LUCIE RIVER $$12,500

    MOTEL ON V''i. NO. t Excellent location Ideal for
    3 Bedroom Home 8 retired couple $30,000 One.half cot.li Balance on long New 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with centralair 1 BFDROOM! C.B.S.. Home on a 50.ft, bulkheaded lot. Beautiful .
    term view
    conditioning and heat on landscaped

    1.AK'.td-802 !Media Street, South Jensen Height FISHING CAMP -Ideal wiling on South Fork Rental units waterfront lot, large patio. Priced at NEW HOME ON TilE WATER 3 bedroom, reverse cycle air
    -Rental' boat and motors Restaurant- Reduced: for qukk
    Large Lot, Built-in Oven and Range $15,490.00. conditioned and heated CBS, 1M bath", screened porch, boat
    sale-- $50,000- A reliable party capable of pulling up $10,000
    dock, $1,000 down. lull price, $12,850
    $$10,800.00 cash can luke over here. New 3 bedroom, 2 bath all brick home on

    formally landscaped waterfront lot. Has WATERFRONT:\ LOT 175 on the river, 188' on the road -

    $500.00 Down, Balance $90.00 Month M. P. NELSON central air conditioning and heat, large I Full price, $5,200

    garage king size living room and Florida i WAURFRO\lTAGF-CO\I\1ERCIAL:\ : : Up to 1000 ft, $"5.00
    room combined. Offered for $22,990.00. per ft.IIIGIIWAV.

    .1 tiP I ASSOCIATES: ELLEN: NELSON, M R. (RONNY) NFLSON I '""FR5N"rAGf: = 128 ft o,tf.S-I: '125 ft. deep,
    + vt s r WATERFRONT LOT .
    325 E. OCEAN BLVD. STUART, FLORID Phone 287.3566 $5 000, Terms.HIGHWAY
    FRONTAGE 175 ft UJ5. ,
    4 (I (1101ARBOGAST( on 1 600 ft. deep
    110 feet on beautiful St. Lucie River. close! In, Full price $8,750.

    Large shade trees. Located in St. Lucie
    : SEE THIS 3 BEDROOM CBS on 75 ft corner lot _
    estates between two 'modern attractive Full price, $10,500.
    'c. homes. Owner will sacrifice_ for $13,750.00.


    252 Osceoh Avenue, Stuart -AT 7.0440 ESTATEJim

    2 Bedroom Home i Whitehead

    Our Best Buy ASSOCIATE
    Located-220 I"Atop Court I
    630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440
    Lot 78x108 Nice Neighborhood OVER 1,000 ft. CREEK FRONTAGE AT 7-3366 I 4 83 (190)( )

    $2,150 Down, Balance $61.00 MonthNo on the South Fork -- .18 IUO I, .
    ------ -- --- --------- ---------------- ------
    eluding COM

    Skyline Drive Corner ONLY 4M$6,500 acres ONLY C. O. RAINEY-Realtor

    -- Our Best Buy ___ ." .
    1 o'M. x"6'0.,7 .1\ \,1a
    Lot Reduced/ To f. t t afar H, t 1 i "< '''' ."..., .,. < .. \.
    rt"! ; r a t + ahtrA ... 449h :.t:, ,;'; .. .
    1r6rlhy r f' ""'; -
    7 a J" I\\ : AI' i ;c ce.t'5 M; ': :t"'t't't4fP -..
    $2,250.00$ Cash 97via ae; au + +; ,: "": \" ,,, ,,...1':ofT\'d'.. 11\\"'' "J.'IIllf!11I
    I 1 h h ., .
    HOMES b .err ,t i ( ; Io'..... tPJU.f ale 4'i IJit;(, '
    WI.l. ,, .,
    M vvr "S17e -*
    z I.$>'q-),' t""C'i't.t .ti!llo': I <... :..t'7N 'i ,
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    Skyline Drive Corner Lot I .',' <. 14' 4'10 ', f},..""... ,,,. J' .,.'... ,...;t ;
    !< ,
    JUST A DANDY, St. Luck Waterfront Home on 'palmfilledLot I .t\i; ,'< '
    78'x160' Two Bedrooms Two BalM Fireplace Ire comPletely I +
    furnkhed too! $%6,500. .
    Skyline Drive Corner Lot $11,000 TAKES EVFRYTIIING In this Three Bedroom, Corner I Its
    Lot Home Hurricane Awnings! Separate Hobby Room
    ) 78'xl60 Reduced To 1958 rletsge.EXECUTIVE'S. I Ir

    ( HOMF Truly I Bargain_Thre Bedroom.
    $2,250.00) ) Cash
    I Two Bath, Den OvenU Living Room Enormous Screen
    ed Porch overlooking the water $31,500.

    i 25 Acres Road EXCEPTIONALFAWLY1Oh1E-5Bedrooms-4 Baths- itM
    . t near Loop Living Room with Fireplace Dining Room Den Screen ------ -- :.- .. ... ._ '-r
    ed Pond-Separate Hobby Room Beautifully Landscaped I -

    I I $$550 Per Acre Total only $39,750 Owner transferred I I INCOME I II REDUCED FISHING CAMP! 11! I F WATERFRONTI. I

    , $11,500 BUYS THIS 100 ft Wooded Lot Three Bedroom ,
    CBS- Stove, Refrigerator, Washing Machine 3 Air-conditioners I 1, MOTEL on U.\.No. 1-iq motel unlls OVER 400' SOUTH FORK FRONTAGE MAGNIFICENT VIEW0.. wide St.
    I t. TRAILER.{ SITES about /:: Acre Hurricane Awning Excellent Retirement home Including 2 effklenclet T.V. and air- 6 RENTAL EFFICIENCY UNITS Lncta h town, clot" to store 3
    I, I conditioned -Restaurant 25P frontage Urge bedrooms and den can be fourth!
    gtrance from Loop Road HOSPITAIUBRARYPARKSCIURCHFSart) at o. new .a..,. highway !Room 30-J50' WATERfRONT RESTAURANT: Two ceramic tile baths Full dining
    your convenience when you chow this nice 3 Bedroom .- 3 I
    V:' $795.00.Terms Bath Horn for only $26,500-Truly an oublandlngy home. for more units making profit right now RENTAL/ BOATS A MOTORS room Seawall Asking $32,500.
    ,1j.: offered at $45,000. 2. PORT SEWALL
    Move In
    APPRAISED VALL'E $90,000 right -
    -CBS -Z bedroom
    -1 bath-Large
    i See NORTH RIVER SHORES 2. STUART STORES: 100. location- BECAUSE OF ILLNESS: REDUCED: TO Florida room, 30' long- Walk to Coif
    : NORTH RIVER FOREST 100%"" rented! Excellent Income Count Blcery .landscaped 100'

    " \. I :" W.. J. WEISS RIVER RIDGE I Needed to handle $25,000. $49,500, Terms cement anxious seawall to sell--2$29,500.car gang*_Widow


    : U.9.1 North Phone 2874538 i Ii fOt COLORADO AVENUE U1L DORLON BOB SIM\IONS DIAL ATlantic 7-22tt

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    aWC Sn J.alMttia96xINDIANTOINN .
    suggested further he made
    study Tilt STL' iRT (Florida) NTUS{ Tmirwfor' April' IW1 TO
    Boat-a-cade Set ::
    i I The MM niMtmg of MM Crvw 1 _
    Club will be April 27 at the civi
    center For Sept. 4-7 i
    SNYDFR, Correspondent Phone 597-2465 I -

    II "r'--'r.'A'\I'1: JMt'r\: .", I Star Smiley on TI'Star
    Captain and Mrs. De Muncha

    Civic Club Hears of the Indiunlown Manna were
    ReportOf I' Smiley daughter of Mr
    I and Mrs. Dean Smtby of Weal host and.. hostess April 8 to a meeting .

    Recreation farm Rood, wan chosen as a par. of the Kmummee Boat-a-cada .
    CommitteeIndiantown I licipunt in (he recent t 1W4 Panorama cruise committee at the marina. .

    I' of Music, eppnorai by Ma Among those present were Boat. P I s
    (" lion \VFLA. Tamjw'a NBC-TV
    ivic Club met on The committee was formed aft station a-cade chairmen Bob Allen, his .

    Monday evening, April 11, to hear er a large audience heard John Star and her brother. Dean, art secretary Robert I Berlmt>ky; Mrs .
    from the
    *the report recreational committee on Stewart explain the consolidated! atendmg Belle Witter School in Bill Carter for the YEW Auxiliary .
    stud\ Farmers Home Administration, Act Tampa while Mr*. Smiley iat.. L R. Tmslev' tor the VfW Post rr -
    of 1 1961), whereby small towna are tending the University of South and Bob De M.irccllus!,

    REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 191 eligible for federal loans Florida After arrangements for the j ,l%
    cruise had been discussed, lunch.on .
    Members Star had also been active In Ih'A' .
    of the committee
    are was served at Seminole Inn.
    Chorus which is made up of
    Roy Roovcr. Jack H Williamson the top thirty voices selected Irom Sept. 4 through 7 are the dates .
    Jimmy Rines, Bill Woodfin Earl the school's regular chorus set for the Boat-a-cadc, and anyone 1..
    Waterfront Prickson, Dean Smiley, G red y interested in participating mayi i ____ I' .
    Smith. Olen Edward Rev George I David Woolwme. ion of the write to the Boat McCormick, Mrs Arthur Ray Rv. and Mrs. R. W. Woolwme, tee. P. O. 81.1788., KiH immee.I .
    Beauty mood and Mrs Gerald Chamncss I 1 was the very lucky boy from In

    The financial support of at least I diunlown who won a trip to the ,ar +T 4'r.a
    2 BtDROOM: 2Vi bnlh 100 families in the community New York World's Fair in a contest BPW Holds
    CBS 100x250 ft. on wide St. would he necessary, a was report. I I sponsored by an out-of-town i \ : S .
    Luck 1,909 sq. fl. living ed and President P. L. Hmson newspaper Have fun, David! :1.
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    bout dock beautifully ElectionIndiantown
    space Jl> IT :
    landscaped best 1 view' on REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190

    river. .... .. Business and Professional
    _____ .umts'av.d, ! ) Women Club held its!
    Jensen Beach annual election of officers April
    2 BEDROOM 1 bath ((Tile) 9 at a meeting at the Rodeo Bowl rpv
    75x100 ft. Int. Priced at clubhouse t r
    A Beautiful Home On The Water
    only $IO,6I1B.WAURI'RO'iT. Those elected were: President I '
    .Irs. Grace Suucrwine; first vice ...
    president Mrs Juumta Boo/er; NEW: MEMBERS: : of the Junior Woman's Club initiated recently and Mrs. Ronnie Prekup. They tire shown above ut Conclusion( ;;
    2 BFDROOM. 2 bulb 1,580 sq. (ft. living area plus carport utility second Vice president Carrie Cav- lire: Mrs John Ball, Mrs. Jack Ihmpton. Mrs. Richard Murphy of the ceremony,
    screened porch enclosed garage eny; secretary. Mrs. Bunny Williamson -
    and waterfront and n --------------- -
    trdar lined closet*--central porches on street and treasurer, Mrs. Chris -- -

    heat and air 138 ft. on (front Seagate Harbor, Light House Point Hall.On Teen Town Club Jordan Urges! Mrs Lloyd Smith celebratedher Scout :
    SI. Lode River (seawalled) Tuesday April 28, the Use of ZIP bilthduy on Tuesday April 14. Groups;
    42 ft. boat dock $26,700.( area. Under construction now, will be club will entertain Belle Glade
    Business and Professional' Worn- CookoutThe Mr Audrey! Devnry left Mon
    2 BEDROOM' CBS -1 bath ready to move into in May, 1964. $19,900. eon. Club with a covered dish supper Enjoys Postmaster George E Jordan day, April 13, for Charleston, W. Plan, Elect \
    new 65 ft. well awnings at the civic club at 7,30: p.m. spoke on the Importance of t h eill' Va. to visit her parents.
    Low down
    payment. members of the Teen Town Code at a recent meeting
    and shutters 72 ]x 200 ft. lot An investiture service of rout
    Priced to sell at $11,500. Two Freak AccidentsAre Club meet nrlrori: night taJ held in Indiankmn. Mr. and Mrs L R. Huwes of Brownie Girl Scouts took placeat
    the civic 7:30 to : At the some time the postnmsfr Alums, Calif, were t the house

    HOYT C. 3 bedroom house American Boulevard, Reported I I ere I p.tn. The from ages thirteen of the boy>, and nine.girl cr defined the program to us "an guests Thursday, April 16, of Mr. Monday the group's, April weekly I 13, with meeting an attend o:
    range through ure designed keep
    Palm City. $500 down $10,995. Indiantown had two accident) economr.nlea. nntton. rising mailvolume and Mrs. Curl Snyder, ance of about thirty Brownies:

    of a freak nature Friday and Sat. teen.Mr, and Mrs. Charles Covington without an unmanageable Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Hicki Those Invested were: Kay Musej
    MURPHYREALTOR rduy, April 10 and I II. and Mrs Leona Howard are Increase in the department's work Earline Raymond. Debbie Snvclfls.,
    from Stoncham, Mum., visiting
    On Friday Jack H. Cohen, thir. counselors for the group, room personnel" and Cheryl 1 Kiijmond. Sherry Jltll**
    W. H. WAGNERAT y-nme, Lake Park, took his eyes A cookout81 held Saturday, Jordan labeled the program as Mr. and Mrs. David Gale. They man was accepted as a BrowniS,
    SOUTH AlA off the road when a wasp got into April I II I, with thirty-two of the the only answer to what Postmaster plan to vacation. here for abouta Girl Scout. r
    the car with him. Cohen lost con. sixty-two members Thanksgo General John A. OronoilM \ month. the Brownies also elected offQcers
    Jensen Beach Ii 7-4880 AT 7.1696 rot of his car, pushing over four to Mrs. Roy rawer and Mr. described as a "mini explosion"of : (jail Myers president: Suite"
    AT 7.3340r Ii 4.U tlIOI State Road Department signs and and Mrs. Keith Mitchell, who I the ivi'ih and IV7H(' The Holy Cross Altar Societymet dro lIe l1wJ secretary, and Dorcrf
    19 (lea) ending up off the right-of-way. helped with their cook-out. Thursday evening April 16, Smiley) treasurer.Refreshments 'I.
    KIWANIS HEARS:, IAUMK.NSheriff : tit the church served' bf
    -- Deputy Sheriff Frank Prevail Each Friday the teen-agere en. room were
    aid the still in the Rov C. Baker and Deputy Mrs, Martha Chnmness, mother elI
    wasp was car joy an evening of listening to reCord Indian' own Veterans o ( Foreign .
    when he arrived to Investigate playing, table tennis, check Sheriff itiomiis Wyatt were, I ynn (humness.
    Damages! to the car amountedto ers, dominoes, horseshoes: scrub-: the speakers at' a recent wcekly I)! Wars met Saturday night The Junior Curl !Scouts at thcts
    SAM RHODES CONSTRUCTION $100, and to the posts $40. The bl, or, if they prefer, diincmg luncheon meeting of IndfanlownKiwnnii I. April I IH at the post home. meeting of April .15, held an clef
    accident happened on State Road Cluh. held{ at the Semmolf" I lion,, of officers nail patrol leaders
    On 21. the In-
    Tuesday. April
    INC. ALTAR Inn The patrol leaders. electelfor
    710 at Rodeo Road as Cohendrove SoatTUS: : JOINltR diuntown Youth Baseball AsuiclHI are
    around the curve, headed, POTI.UC'K SUPPER Guests I present for the luncheon I held. a hurt term of three months;
    north. were Marvin Keller, !Stuart and ion a meeting at Wurluild t Iti cnuhlo more girls to gain list,
    The Holy Cross Altar Societyof Rill Woodfm. School at 7.10: pm
    Insight>> Curl Scout leadership
    I tn the second accident on Sat. Imliuntown, together with the
    urday at 12:45 a.m., a car driven St. Philip Kemze of Belle Glade On: Snturduy afternoon April Fleeted troop: : officers were;
    I'JJ.IO"N BRIMS : :
    hy Willie J. Lewis twenty-five, oflooker anJ SI. Mary of Puhokee Societies. I IK, the cojnlnneil. Kiwaeis' Club treasurer I Sandra Thomas; troop
    Park, skidded I and fish- hUll a potluck to-gcther Tuev. Mr, and Mrs M H Mayo of and. Veterans ol Foreign Wars were scribe, Sue Wheeler, patrol leaders*
    ailed on the St. ucie Canal I IBrillIe day evening, April 21, in the Orlando were the weekend guests ,, on hand, at WurfUd School to Honnie) Shcltra. Penny Hoover
    doing $150 damage to the hall \in Belle Glade I of( Mr and Mrs. I.. (). West of St. I I equip the bikes pf all the children. Barbara II MiXInnahun, Sally BntclrVimlia
    bridge, and $)W damage to the Each member brought a cover. Uicie Acres Mr, Mayo ialie\ In Indiunlown with luminous *ufely Slrolhem and Sara Wattdeli
    car. a Rl. dish for bo I supper and a sociable brother of Mrs. \UM t. strips Each boy and girl received '
    Deputy Sheriff Floyd McAllis / evening was enjoyed by all. I I I fln Ice cream cOne The Caddie Girl Scotia held n

    er said that Lewis with Stella L, Members of the Altar Society, ) Mrs, Anna luxford and Mn, I Evan gs air t K, Adams conduclci I weekend outing at 'amp Mary,
    Maxwell in the cur, was headed of St Margaret's Church In ( Mae Seitkcr mother of Paul Self- an old-fashiaced revival at Ihe Prime: In Lake Worth .
    south on the bridge. Lewis was "Iston were guests and Iew'j her of Fumcl Boulevard, spent the Pentecostal Bible' Church Ihe girls' enjoyed fire-huikting,
    charged with having no driver's Junes showed colored slides taken weekend in Indianiown and lefti I every cooking lean-up and flagraising.On .
    i night from April 12 through 19.Wednesday .
    by in Russia. Monday for Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs, I Wediiruluv. Annl, K. ihfollowing
    icense. --"hl1'J1e was I MIIA MifkiP nuYe. .her... .home....... .lit.. leaden -
    -- -- -- ---- --' evening, April I M; Girl Scout ug
    -Ji---- ., ; :
    Fort LaudcrdjleKathy I Mr, and Mrs, Ken Williamson! enjoyed tended a workshop on outdone,
    I REAL ESTATE' FOR SALE 190 Lowther, daughter of, a reunion with friends" frpm I skills held at Camp Welaka l I"

    Mr and Mrs. William Ijwthcr i>fYnhnlu Chicago, III. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jupiter: Mn. Joyce (nop.. MrC
    Street. celebrated her sixth Novak drove down from V i I o Verena' Mycr, Mrs Helen "Lothcr \ .
    tta tMatltI l8IBr11Ialt birthday on April 4. Seventeen: Reach; where they are spending" Airs Fran Wuiklcll, M r s,
    youngsters" enjoyed i wiener roust (heir vacation, for the reunion. Nancy (lerniun and Mr Mary JQ

    The "Valley Forge" in Legion Heights $$10,000CBS Ice. Mrs cream Joyce and Normnn cuke. entered St. Methodists---Announce Plover.ere E-..

    J BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, FULL DINING ROOM. LARGE CLOSETS M ry'. Hospital In West t Palm I Bible School Dates Kitty, Kitty,

    2 bedroom home, owner must sell. Bench Tuesday, April 14, and will Kitty, Kitty, Kitty :

    1 :2 500 Full Price IncludingLANDSCAPED Easy terms. Vacant. Immediate posseSSion undergo a series of tests .I members On Tuesday of the April first 14.Methodist four i Mrs. Olen Edwards received e>
    $ LOT Mr and Mrs. Willurd Ruse left I Church of Indianlown attended a surprise when she opened the dOlt
    Wednesday, April I 15, for Columbia training class for Vacation Bible if her car recently, and on the t
    City, Ind.. where they will spend I School workers at the First Melh.I floor saw five little kittens about
    FURNISIIFD MODEL OPEN DAILY a. abort vacation. Mr. and Mrs. I whet Church In West Palm Beach two weeks old. :
    Ruse formerly lived In I Indiana, The ( The Is how the molho
    9:3: ) a m. to 2:30: p.m. class mystery
    PHIL BAKF.a. SALES MGR. CHOICE LOTS and now make their home in St. I was attended I by Mrs. Daniel Coon of the kittens !brought them through
    r-ts (oral luck Acres I and Mrs W. F. Underhill, Jr, and he: window of the car which will

    Large close in lots. City Mrs. Fuller Jones who, has !been : Rev George R. McCormick and left slightly opened, and why she
    water paved I *
    visiting her daughter Mrs. Ken Mrs. 'r. Howard were present at chose Mrs.. Tdwards' car
    WOULD YOU BELIEVE THIS.. streets, etc. F.H.A. approved. Priced as Stout at St I tucie Acres, left Monday the 730: to 9:30: p.m. class.

    low as 225000. Your terms I April IJ for her hone I in June 8 through 12 are I the. BIRTHS 2Vlr
    Dothun, Ala. dates for the Vacation Church Bible
    and Sirs Jessie EllmorJ
    School to be held at the First
    Mr, and Mrs. Far) Swinney have Methodist t Church In Indiantown. lave become Ihe proud parent
    THEBEST left for their home In Patuscalp, or a nevcn-pound, four-ounce soi(
    COMMERCIAL Ohio. They winter resident/ of born in Okeechobee/ Ciencral How
    VALUE 6.
    St. lucie Acres. > pital, Monday April :
    IN ALL OF FLORIDA I : 11; l.orenzo Thompson' ,
    Colorado Avenue and 7th. Right Mrs. Betty Nickle has returnedto from Booker Park lo Dr. W, W. Nearly 70 per cent of Japan
    pn her home from Marlin Memorial Win's office suffering from euts:i farm families have supplementary
    Frazier Creek. Priced at $40,000 or will Hospital where she underwent driven; Bill Otis, Lloyd I Smith and Income from village' Indwtne

    build to suit tenant. surgery recently, Ken Boring and fisheries. J'I"

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    I-D THE STUART (TV) NEWS Thursday, April 23, 1964 something for them to do, kindly FIRST METHODIST for meditation and prayer, and I -- ky room of the First National
    611 Mra. Leu Williams (AT 7. Sum the rose d splay garden ts a mass Bank

    I 3305)) or Mrs MaydtUe Moor Wednesday, April 22: Chance I I of color. The public is invited to: SOCIETY NEWS Mrs ShbvoJer, former vice
    AT come in and enjoy itOSCEOLA
    ( 7.I239)) choir rehearsal! at 7;30 p.m. chairman of the Republican State! I
    'j On Wednesday, April 29, the Thursday, April 23: The Methodist STREET Executive Committee of Florida,
    1 Women Fellowship will meet from Men will have their supper SOUTHERN METHODIST 'I Is now chairman of the Mobilization .
    10 a.m. to 3 On Wednesday
    pm at 6:30: p.m.Friday 0 f Republican EnterpriseCommittee :
    evening April 29 the Junior and April 24: The Women Missionary'! Speaker Brian Mar Surprise Stork Shower Held
    Junior High Fellowship wiU havea Prayer Group will meet at 1030t : et will be our speaker at the 11 Mrs! W: Arnold Gesncr. president
    special program at the church at .m The junior choir will rehearseat am. worship service this Sunday. announced that there will
    7 to which. parents and friends are 3:30: p.m.Sunday Mr. Maret is a member of the For Mrs. Tilton on Friday'' be a meeting of the executive boardof
    invited, April 26: The worship Southern Methodist Church I inSumtcr the club at 1 p.m., prior to the
    ..---- ----,_.._, The Prayer Group will meet on services will be held at 8:45 and S C.. and will be returning regular meeting.Fvinrudes.
    Friday at 10 a.m. at the home of I 111.m., with the pastor, Rev. Walter to his missionary field f in A surprise stork shower was lie Arnold! Sr., Mrs Sidney Rob
    FIRST BAPTIST The Girls Auxiliary and Sun Mrs Myrlen Mead Mrs, Gordon D Jessup delivering the message Ethiopia this August given in honor of Mrs ClementTilton inson, Mrs. Myrtle Lesman, Mrs
    ; Stuart beams will meet at 3,;30 on Monday MacDonald is leader. Church school will" 1 begin at Pastors offices hours are held on Friday April 17 at the George Grimm, Mrs John Robinson Go to
    Wednesday, April 22:The Train. afternoon and the Associational 10 a.m. Junior and Senior MYF each Wednesday afternoon from home of Mrs W H Schneider, Mrs Alvin Bowdcn, Mrs. Rainbow Springs
    Executive Committee Kobe Sound Other hostesses were
    I council and meeting INDIAN RIVER UNITARIAN will begin at 6:30: p.m. 2to 5.Bible.
    (Ins Union meeting
    Mrs. William R. Heart Arthur Brodrick, Mrs
    and Mrs. Robert
    will held
    on Monday night at Mr. and Mrs. Evinrude
    27: The Methodist Ralph
    covered dish supper will be held h.beT FELLOWSHIP Monday study and is
    prayer-time Grace Hall
    7, Woman Missionary Men will have their Kelsey Mrs. Harold! Lyon, Mrs left on April 20 for Rainbow
    at the church, followed by the prayer held each Wednesday night, beginning
    I midweek prayer service at 7:30.: Union executive committee meeting Services: Fort Pierce Beach meeting at 7 a.m. at 7:;45. Rev Charles Bennett Games were played and prizes Roland Minnehan, Mrs. James Springs where the Outboard Marine .
    The youth and chancel choirs will will be held at the home of Community Center 742 Seaway Tuesday, April 28: The Doreen is the pastor in charge.SALERNO won by Mrs. Charles Hall Jr., Mrs Fairbairn, Mrs Norman Burrows, Corporation is filming underwater
    rehearse at 8;15. Mrs Bryan Featherstone at 7:30: Drive. Dr W J, Arms, minister Circle will meet at 8 p.m. W. Smith. Mrs. George Spicer, Mrs John Snipes, Mrs. Robert pictures. They will also visit
    Monday evening. April 26: Fellowship Sunday Mrs. T. R. Chambers and Mrs 'I a neabird farm and will probably
    Thursday morning at 10 the Tuesday afternoon at 2 the chool. 10 a.m.; fellowship serv. PALM CITY BAPTIST MEIIIODIVT SOUTHERN Victor Will Shackman, Mrs. Gus Robinson, I add new species to their collection -
    Associations! Women Missionary lit'' Dorcas Sunday school class will Ices, 7:30 p.m", sermon topic: "The Others attending were Mrs. Jcs- Mrs T. W, Jamison, Mrs G, H of ducks, pheasants, peacocks
    Union will be held The Indian River Association
    meeting meet in the church basement with Task of a Free Association: Baptist Our District Youth Epworth I Tilton Mrs. Robert Garner and swans, and penguins
    the Palm City Baptist Chapel Mrs. Women Missionary Union League will be held at the Union Mrs. Evmrude Frances Lan
    Mrs Evalena Baker and Mrs. Fred Rogers (
    April 27: 6:30: annual ;-
    Those attending are asked to take pm. will meet at the Palm City Bap-
    Springs Southern Methodist ford) will
    Maude Richardson at co-hostes business> meeting of t be Indian seventeen or older will be held po to Winter Haven Fri.lax
    sandwiches 7 p.m. Roy Hamilton tilt Chapel on Thursday, April 23. Church, Union Springs, Ala., this I: to
    present the award
    ses Miss Jean Roose will give a River Fellowship at the home of May 1.3 at the Ccnaclc Retreat RepublicanWomen winning
    will be host to the deacons at 9:30
    at : am
    Registration begins Saturday night 7 Ir the
    at :30 Those attending Florida
    book review at this meeting The Oliver Chit 7107 Indian River House, Lantana. Citrus Commission!
    meeting at the churchThe with the convening at 10
    s meeting
    supper will leave In tho
    carol choir will met for rehearsalat Drive. from the Salerno Religious Instructions for high Meet Orange Dessert Con-
    JOY Sunday school class afternoon.CONGREGATIONAL a.m. Methodist Church this Thurs- Ik si. Mrs. Henry J. Hm of Rio
    will meet at 7:45 at the home of 3:30: on Tuesday Dr. and Mrs. Arms are leaving Mrs Mabel Perkins will present day night at 6. school students are held Monday Next Tuesday i is one of the twelve finalists on In
    Mrs. Carl Bridges Mrs. Georgette : for California on April 29, where skit depicting the growth of thendian Missionary Speaker Brian Maret from 7 to 8 p.m., and for students "':: contest, which drew] thousandsof
    Newfield will entertain the Friend they will attend as delegates the : River WMU from W4 grades one through eight Saturday Mrs. Janet Showalter will speakat entries
    (United Church of Christ) will be guest speaker at the 9:30: from 9 30 .
    ship Sunday school class at her third annual General Assembly of to 1964 ; to 11:30: a m the regular monthly meeting
    home on Thursday evening at 7:45, The Bible Union Church East t the Unitarian.Universalist. Association I Rev Billy Osceola, a chief of a m worship service, and the 7:30: The Discussion Club will meet of the Republican Women Club In 1962 French
    Saturday morning at 9 the Associational Ninth Street, Palm City will con which will convene a I the Seminoles and pastor of the fi> m.'Maret worship will service be i this Sunday his Wdncsday, April 22 at 7:30: p.m. of Martin County 0 n Tuesday. I ed their artichokes farmers rather destroy than
    duct church school 945 Hotel Jack Tar San Francisco, First returning to in the meeting room April 28 2 .
    : Girls' Auxiliary house at ; a.m. Seminole Baptist Church atDania field in Ethiopia this Au- at _p m at_the commun accept low prices for them
    party will be held at the Westside Judson Minear is superintendent May 916. On April 26 Dr. Arms will be Inspirational speaker ,USt coming -- ---.--
    Baptist Church I In Fort Pierce Classes are held for( all ages, including will give his last sermon. of the A descendent of Chief i Osce- [
    Cars will leave the church at 8:30: adults. Morning worship season' ole, Rev. Osceola is a devoted Prayer service will be held each Homes
    is at II ocloik The pastor Rev, Chri tian. Everyone is asked to Wednesday night beginning at Charming Superb Location.
    amAt Lawrie J. Sharp, will have a meditation bring sandwicheschapel will 715: Rev Durward Knight will .
    the 8:30: and 11 a.m. worship ST MARV'? EPISCOPAL : ;: provale the
    continue Teachers
    and administer Holy Communion dessert and a drink for the Training
    services Sunday Rev. Forrest H. Thursday, April 23: 9 a,m5 At- noon meal. The meeting will ad. Course at this meeting
    Watkins will have the of :
    as topic tar Guild .
    his "The Pas- Immediately following morning meeting journ by :2 p.ra.
    message Inadequate Friday, April 24: 3pm., Girls' FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST Bahama TerraceMODEL
    tor." At the evening service at worship, members and friends of Mrs Pauline Crews, president ofthe
    Mr invited FriendlY Society: meets, Palm City WMU expressed SCIENTIST
    7;45 he will speak on "The Christian Sharp are to remain
    Athlete" for a fellowship luncheon A contribution Saturday, April 2510: a.m., jury; thanks to the women working with East Ocean Blvd, Stuart
    April 28 through May 3 will be of food and individual for choir rehearses I her to make this an enjoyable Sunday morning service at 11.
    Youth Week with activities planned table service will be appreciated Sunday, April 26: 7:30: a.m), meetin, A nursery will be provided Lesson.sermon subject: April HOMES OPEN DAILYFollow
    each night for the young pco- The Junior and Junior Highboys Holy Eucharist; 915: ..m., morning for pre-school children. 26: "Probation After Death."
    ple. Monday night Is 'TelephoneNight" and girls will conduct a'"Work prayer and Sunday school; 11m I Every organization of the Palm Sunday school, 11am. Nursery
    and Tuesday; night is "Vimtation Day for Christ" April 24-25 Money ., Holy Eucharist and sermon. City Baptist Chapel is cooperating provided,
    Night" with other activities received from odd jobs will go Wednesday, April 29: 7:30: p.m, in preparation and every active Wednesday Testimonial meeting U.S,1- /2 mile north of the St. Lucie River
    planned for the rest of the week. for world service. If you have senior choir rehearses member is praying for real revivals 8 .
    Rev Allen Price, pastor of the > p.m.Reading (Roosevelt) Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner
    Pint Baptist Church of Branford, Room: 282 Flagler Ave
    cornea to lead in evangelistic meet. nue; Monday through Friday, 10 Follow North Shore Drive J/a mile to Bahama Terrace
    legs bgmnlng April 26 and con.linulnl a.m., 2 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a-m.,
    through May 3. Rev. Jeff 12:30: pmChristian..
    RE-ELECT Stiles of the Parkview Baptist Science radio program: ':
    Church in Fort Pierce will direct The Bible Speaks to You" mayo nlab VISIT THESE HOMES
    the music and Paul Newman well > heard over WSTU, Stuart,
    known musician, will play the pi- 1450 kc, at 7:15 p.m. Mondays TODAY!
    ono and assist in the music for the Topic for April 27: "You Don t
    Have To Be Afraid 'pYFFF'
    : meetings IT
    An invitation Is extended to the
    C. BAKER'SHERIFF public. The meetings will begin at ST. JOSEPH: CATHOLIC ::: .

    7:30: each eveningJEHOVAH'S Sunday Masses, 7, 9 and 11 RobertHe Lear
    a.nt.ti week-day Macaws, Monday,
    WITNJ:SSES Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday,
    Kingdom Han Britt Road 830 1; am; Thursday, 7 a.m., and :
    ICY aw.-
    :Thursday, 7:30 p.m, Theocratic Saturday, 7:30: a.m. tdv
    Ministry School; 8:30: p.m., scrv- Perpetual Miraculous Medal Novena '
    + ',a@e Ice meeting Theme: 'Share i in will be held Tuesday evening 4 PREMISES
    Dreading the Good News of the tit 7:30. 1 '

    of Martin County, Florida in the *' .r Kingdom Sunday," 715: pm, Bible study Catholic The Miami Women Diocesan convention Council will of P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7-0635

    be .
    tw with aid of Watchtower Theme: held at the Du Pont Plaza Hotel

    ',I Democratic Primary on May 5 Blessing Faithful i 'to Women the New} Ministers World -So a A fat retreat Muuni for April men 23.will be held Substantial Down Payment

    ciety1* May 1.3 at Our Lady of Florida
    Monday. 7:30: p.m., Bible study Retreat House, North Palm Beach. itvrNarrre. Required
    1964 rr Theme: "Nimrod,worship and Its _A _retreat for young single girls
    -- -
    Modern Counterpart"Assemblies I
    at kingdom Hall for
    t 27 years law enforcement experience. f' participation In field ministry: Fri-

    + day, 9 a,m., Saturday and Sunday,
    Pledges fair and impartial law 4 + } 91? amHRST. ReElectRALPH WARD

    enforcement.Has ,'" 1k st; PRESBYTERIAN' '

    efficiently and fairly, give < .Pin. Lake Drive
    Martin Sunday: 9 ism., Sunday school; -- -
    County excellent administration f
    JO a.m., worship service; and 6p.rn. i
    of this important office. > ., Young People Fellowship, i
    The United Presbyterian Worn- -CONSTABLE-
    n's Association will have a Men s
    YOUR Night Supper on'April 28 at 6:15: f +
    pm.1 The program will 1 be "Hong iv ,
    Cong." Mrs. Charles Hall I and .
    Pete rclltlgtl Adv.rtlMB.aIT'S Mrs Charles Jctte are the co- iDISTRICT NO. 2 MAY 5TH PRIMARY
    chairman. Circle :3 members will q

    s -. d '_ _-, be hostesses QUALIFICATIONS =
    East Florida Presbyterml will
    meet on Friday, April 24 at the '
    1 Immanuel Church. Lake Park at I, 1 ( Graduate of Richmond Military Academy in

    TO HAVE YOUR 9:30( a.m. Bring sandwich; coffee '4 C Augusta Georgia.
    TIM1 and dessert will be furnished MissJXvothy % ,
    I The Circle Wagner leaders is. the will speaker not meet 1 \.. .(.:. Attended Bowling Green Business University ,

    with the pastor this Friday. April 'il.. Bowling Green, Kentucky.
    (, 24, but will meet Instead on Friday L"
    May l 1, at :10 am Honorably Discharged from U.S. Marine Corps
    The May Fellowship of the t and U.S.
    + a United Church Women will havea r Army.
    covered dish luncheon on May { I :j;
    1 I at 12:30: p.m. at the Hobe Sound I ,' Served as City Police Officer in Stuart.

    1Y Presbyterian! Church. 'J-U'I.\" Served Martin County as Sheriff's Deputy

    ALL UNTS' EPISCOPAL : ?+ s Now completing one term as Constable District
    r ,
    "" Friday, April 24: 6 a.m., Requiem 2 Martin
    / Holy Communion. Intention: :i' County.
    '1 "The Departed"Saturday
    Furs are pampered in Warren's Polarized April 25, St Mark;
    : 7 Fam., Holy Communion.. Intention -
    J i bonded storage vault! Absolute l protection, : "That \Ve May Continue in

    I,: t scientific temperature and humidity con the Apostles'." Teaching and Fellowship Four years ago Ralph Ward was elected to office over a field of eight candidates. This

    trol, automatic fumigation.Furs Easter IV. April 26; 7:30: a.m., election came after Ralph Ward had served the people of Martin
    County as a Deputy
    I l Holy\ Communion; 9 a.m., Fancily

    "j r 2 / bcautifully'cleancd and glazed by rayer Communion At 7:30: : pjn 11 a.m., Sister, morning Elise, Sheriff v\hile living in Jensen Beach, and had served the people of Stuart as a City Police

    Warren's stay silky soft for !IP.S. Community of the Holy Spirit, will
    years Officer.
    honest fair
    speak in the parish hall, with light My record as an and impartial law enforcement officer is widely

    refreshments, April following 28 7 known in Martin County for I have always enforced the laws of
    Why not give all off-season clothing POLARIZED protection Communion.Tuesday Intention: :a.m."Love Holy of ; our state just as impartially

    ? Garments Sanitone-clcaned at regular prices. Gods Commandments." as it is humanly possible. The laws were written for the protection of us all; therefore .

    Just $4.95 stores) a closet-full of clothing on Warren's Storage REDEEMER LUTHERAN a person's social, financial, or political standing in our county docs not interfere in
    Worship services every Sunday
    I Plan. morning at 10:30: at Redeemer any way with the manner in which I carry out.the duties of my office. Your vote to reelect -
    I Lutheran Church, East Ocean
    Pamper your furs! Pamper your fabrics! Warren's Polarized Boulevard. Stuart, with Bible class! Ralph Ward as your Constable will be greatly appreciated.

    vault storage exclusive in Indian River Area. and Sunday school preceding at
    9:1:15 am
    Tills Is the Life" formerly on "

    Channel, is now showing at 9 I PROMISE TO CONTINUE
    :/ J a,m. on Channel 4. Next Sunday SERVE YOU
    episode Is a Mothers Day story

    nLAUNDRY.CLEANERS INC. of a successful businessman who HONESTLY FAIRLY IMPARTIALLY
    mother.neglected his duty to his elderly

    May is Christian Family Month
    BONDED FREE DELIVERY on the Lutheran Radio Hour DrOswald .
    .y53o Hoffman confirms a trilogy

    :: lorado Ave, Stuart Commercial St., Jensen Beach of three programs on marriage WINWITHWARDhid .
    and family !life. Tune in al
    -,' '- : ,' AT 7.1755 AT 7-1181 7:35 each Sunday evening over
    I WSTU.. ( Pollllul" AdIr ..",-... _,)

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