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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
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Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1964
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VOLUME 27-NUMBER 40 STUART MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 1964.; ,, rf ri.oKrotosnuNs-io PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS ,


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Construction Expected to Start in a Few \\'txks :
Here Are the Contenders in Three County Board Races



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._ I Road Job Primary Date Gets Closer ;

11 1 RANK A. WACHUIRISl1AN KALB U. F UNDFKHILL JR. 11MFR E. I'\HRS j jI

bid of ""'''MIl.Swall sub-
I CONTENDERS:\ in the District I County Commission contest are RACING: for the District 5 County Commission post trIV F A low Brothers Coil -
ranted Clear -- -- -
j: I Frank Wacha, incumbent, and Christian Kalb challenger, Both are Underhill Jr. rancher, and Timer E Powers, busmcssmai Both struction by Compain of West Palm --I

II Jensen Beach residents are of Indiuntown Beach for construction work 011 I Senate Race Is Sizzler

.......,.....,. the new high II'VcIndiunl\ wn a Heaviest
Bridge over the M Lucie ('11I1111.

News on Folk. From Th. j ., v Bids on the bridge I were opened .t
.h s Tuesday at the Slue, Road Depurlmeiit I Vote YetExpected
RamblingReporter in Tallahassee I
Thc bids ranged 1 from a high of I
$1 159000 to Inc low Cleary bid
-J according to County Commissioner
I Jack Willianw", who has worked
,, constantly and untiringly to gel Y j jI
the new bridge
CANDIIUTKS: AIL d A subcontract for $350,015)) ( ) I The heaviest primary vote in 1 1I
FOR CONSERVAIIOV I was awarded Diekcrson Inc, of y k'N I Martin C '
1 ounty s history is expected
Slued for road changes and
approtends
The Izaak Walton Leagues lo-local .N ft I I to he
> to the bridge, Williamson > 'tl cast: before the polls closeat "
chapter polled all governor., .-" said y1 Nv 7 p.m. next Tuesday
attorney general and County Commission '" .;..
No date to begin construction With close to 1XX() ()( registered
candidates and received
!;. '!, was reported, Williamson staid: votersthe. total is 9,K48, broken
favoring ending or limiting i :
replies hut work is expected t to begin with down!. into H.2o<> l IXmocrals, 1 I..
sale of lands the
the
submerged by
-I" di,. in a few weeks (>OK Republicans (and thirty-four
state to private individuals, control .: Ifl"l .;{ / The new high level bridge/ will Independents out eligilile)-. l tali l
of pollution and approval by. : .. repines the old draw spun at the 't P YI \ ly of 6,H>11I to 7,(MX) voles is M.
Fish & wildlife or state conservi fJ'c.Il1 "'I'. Junction of State Roads 76 and J peeled. 1 here were lest! than SfrA{ ,
tion agencies before bulkhead linear #' .i;. ; \
esJOIN 70i( The new span will be lota l In the first primary ef the lust bIll
projects changed approved or dredge"Its and now fi on i. SAUNDERSON JOHN\:\ B. MACAR11ILR' LENTS B, PRESTON:\ ed west of the present span Ul AJ JE ?,* V election your of i960 (

I the record," said President Chuck A THIU E-WAY contest is under way for County Commissioner. District 3,contenders being John For Induntown I residents and will I JACK 1IAMSON IRIO IIRON50N( Ml.IIIRFE wr.a" ,u.I '
motorists, the structure i ibo
I Kindred.. 'F, ({ajk! ,,,$,uuitlersyn, tdlW; ,i eM. Port S.tlcrno..hll1q) B. MacArthur !Iud U-wi B Preston; \ butt of 4Wacha a welcome new project since thState 0 CXlVNllKVWiinJt' with H :()6 Democratic: voters, Okee- I SU.4fU, BAL4 flsIN
I 'WOe> $owid All commissioners are voted on countywide < '"S.l"IIO
I loti > Road 76-706 Inlcrsection at < ; C
with 3431. ubd Q.'Wo'wth. 8.276, will .elecjOu j the hot
/ chobee (,
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N GETS BIG TROUTIROM,111E o'.JlJrnI.f jd Several : J.1n1Semltorial District race between challenger: / luck Williamson You If find the sample! Demo.ctttic .

I BRIDGE Corrie and Sottong in Dispute son have died In accidents per of uof Mania and veteran: IrloBroiikon Sr of Oseeola, the incumbent. / and Republican machine

I, Tiny Hopkins caught I twelve various kinds at the present. bridge, --"-' -- -. -- -" ballot on Page 3-C;; the sample
pound, ten-ounce sea trout from DunllCratllrel/ / ballot on Page
the St Lucie Bridge Monday He Roast Beef for GuestsDemQcrals. 7-C: and the / Republican/
also caught four whoppers lat Gavel Quenches Political Mayor Ray CookeIs paper ballot on Page 1-D.

; week, <****** *immmmmti *: >t,, !

I Rally at Interest Is keen locally in the

jl CAMPING WEEK: IS Flare Before BoardThe Recuperating U-man Democratic governor con-
SET !MAY 1 10 8 Fight cat, although /linn/ noticeable: in
'I I he regular meeting of the City"ommisMon he races for U. S. senator, attorney -
i Herman Reitz at Stuart Tackle have general and utilities
scheduled to Ball Park Saturday commis
& Marine, Apache camper-trailer County Commission adjourned Colonel G. V Soltong had reached I tin County Cituen Committee to I been Ifild\ : on Monday night April ioner.
dealers, says that the firm is plan. Tuesday before a political the commission bench and began stand up. About thirty-five blood postponed until Monday There
27 was are strong organized
(ing a special: camping promotionduring controversy could get well off the speaking. I At the same time, Commissioner 4, at 8 ut City Hall, beCause i In Martin partisan
National Week, hIM May p.m An old.fashioned politIcal rd.ly '- the rally, under auspices of groups County for
Camping ground said the last l Herbert Bruner threw up
that at
Soltong I of the illness of Mayor Ray laydon Burns and Fred Dickinson
enl.rl11111l1cntlland I Committee
Demoerahc tkeeutive :
the "
May 1 1.1. "Martin Countianj have The last commission meeting hands and made motion to adjourn featuring food
of the a
meeting commission a member : Cooke and the absence of City terminates John E Mathew and Scott Kelly -
of Martin ,

candidates, I County
the fortune be in the midst "hand-ahuking"
good to before the primary i election wasexpected of the Martin County Demo the meeting. Commissioner Joe Crowder, who was have
Manager campaign organizations, but
of abundance of natural beau will at 5 on Saturday, I II a series of radio proll1'lIlIIlIirun'iOred
an to be a verbal brawl I, but cratic Executive Committee (Edward Jack Saundcnon seconded the municipal short course begin pm no organized
ty," he said, "and we should pro only a few oral fisticuffs were exchanged 1. Murray, Sottong said motion.In attending Mayor a Cooke, who underwent day 2: at Stuart Ball Park, which' all by Democratic the commitica candidates I in outwardly/ evident support(for Robert has King been

mote camping in our parks and. before the commission later) had referred to a "so-called" the roar of confusion t hat surgery in West Palm Beach 0 n I have spoken on behalf of their llia/h< / or Frederick B. Karl
wilderness areas" as an added tourist adjourned as the controversy committee and therefore it would followed, a vole on the motion Monday afternoon reported' to campaigns during the past tin Republicans have a first primary
attraction flared be legal to discuss the "socalled"label : could not be heard at the press (table he "doing fine. He U in room All Land Inside contest only In three candi.
The politics got* under way during before the entire f commission i j Wacha then pounded the gavel 220! at Good Samaritan Hospital \ days.All voters are invited to meet dates for /governor,
APRIL WAS DRY, the "public" section of askedto the Commissioner Wacha rappedhis and adjourned the meeting and according to his wife, Joan, I Is Now the candidates at the roast beef Charles R. Hollcy tppears to
Corrie
BUJEVE IT OR NOT agenda when James gavel and repeated to Sottongthat Mrs Marie Ciclnclt, commission will be home in about a week, but Airport I rally," and arrangements are being have the major Republican sup-
be heard, and was permitted to Sottong was out of order and secretary told The News that her in the meantime i in "welcoming i made for I 51)0) ) to 2,1(5)( ) guesU, port locally in his race with Ken
The last few days may have address the commission. should I lit down home. : Folks and H. B. Foster
minutes read: "There being no further company from Owned by CountyThe A surprise entertainment I is for thIS
made you doubt it, but It was avery Corrie told Commission Chair Sottong continued business to come before the .1 planned OOP. governor nomination
4lry April, only 2.63 Inchesof man Frank Wacha that he had an Wacha called on Deputy Millsto commission, a motion was made IIILRSDAY DEADLINE: :\ Admission is by voting registration Other stale offices /In contentionare
rain falling during six of the advertisement from a newspaperwhich scat Sottong Mills asked Sot by Herbert Bruner seconded by : BALIXm last lot needed by card, either Democratic or : Spessard L. Holland vs Braily -
ABMNIIK:
referred the Martin County
first twenty-eight days, comparedwith to tong to be seated. Jack Saundcrson that the meet ouniy to complete ownership ofall Republican, or a signed invitation Wham for United States seru-
I an average of 6.50 Inches lorI Citizens Committee as a "so- At that point Sottong called on ing be adjourned" Thursday! April 30 Is the last lands within the boundary of from a candidate. bach: of the bur; Earl Falrclolh vs. James
the. month during the past twenty called" committee, and .that" he all those who belonged to the Mar- Sottong came to the ta day to secure an absentee ballot he Martin County Airport has I thirty-one Demoeralic\ candidates Kynes for attorney general, and
nine years. The high temperature wished to clarify "so-called. ble following the press and said from registrar office which closes been obtained by the county, II has been given fifty tickets and Philip S. Brewer vs. Edwin L Mason .
of 95 on Saturday, April 25, That was as far as he got of "one of the meeting I wished to at 5 pm The ballots must bt was reported by County Attorney all have been invited to ho present for Florida public utilities
'was only one degree short of the ficially. Wacha informed Corrie points returned by Monday, May 4. Dean looker at a meeting of the commissioner
Asks make was the fart that the State .1( here will ba no speeches,
which
the advertisement to
96 April record in these parts. that[ in Hospital Road Department and the county Martin County Commission! Tuesday just introductions. One three-county: content th o
Corrie referred was political
C ditch Week'a Weather In addition the local candidates ace between chullijnr Jack ,Wil.anison .
and between candidates dug a through.my 'property Last
nature Suit DismissalA without permission, and through Took r sutd that Lillian rfaekell Invitations have been extended of Indhmlown I ln> Mlirtiii
AD OMrniD.: BUT rather than a matter to be consid r.p'tu.' Jlhlb lAw RaInfall County and vetcrart Irlo Bronson
of Orlando has exchanged her candidates and
INADVlRrENfLYThrough:\ commission He lots actually shown on plats and AY to governor
ered by the entire April 42 : NIyril J la:: ;,00 lot for Lot 2, Block 49, of Oseeola County, for the State
said that, under the circumstances! motion to dismiss" the City approved by the County Commission. A ar 101 airport other statewide candidates to appear -
a misunderstanding the Corrie was out of order of Stuarts complaint for an injunction I don't like this sort of thing" April a6 t5 70 ..U1April owned by, the county in Gulden or to send five-minute tapes, Senate In the Thirty-third District
political ad of W F Underhill Jr ? hill become a hot battle in tho
,, Martin Memorial II .. n n odAare Gate Park The News erred last week in
who is runnin for Come continued talking over against .. U U newly created district, which in-
11 heldon
that this to he
Martin The trade completes the acquisition Muting rally was
filed in 1.11Averuse
Hospital
missioner. the rumble of background conversation was U "It as
SlltRltF DENIAL: M hides Okeechobec ,
in the audience. Circuit Court last week. tenil'raturs fu' wank: 71rttsra of all the jots in the air April 25 We repeat that it is County
omitted from LIE DETECTOR CIIVRCE But t the election- actually select
vertently
last Thursday
2. It winds
Once again Wacha rapped his The hospitals motion claims port In all cases trades weremadd Saturday May up party
s NewL He's in this week, as gavel and told Corrie he was out the city ailed( to slate a cause for Sheriff Roy C. Baker has issued IA'CIIO,!+ AyMT HI h WOUf Lew Wa4IsLs.T rather than, cash payments activities ahead of the primary (Continued on Page ;2-A)
is just about candidate for .) Pas .
every P.M A as.
the best of -
of order action in the original complaint. statement: "To the my --- --- --- -- -- -- -
every office contested m .nextTue'lday' Come continued over rising Last month UM city filed suit memory, I did not ask any county April It ...1 11..1 4N0 1105Ms. ,
first primary, voices in the audience. against the hospital saying::: that commissioner, as an individualnor I I 11111 11.14 111' 4 51st.0 an.M4 4140Mw ', Three Contend for County Judge Post
Wacha then ordered Deputy smoke, noises, fumes and vibrations at a meeting to take a lie de. : .I ICNI It:; 7d1 Id4: 110Mw IQ0M.r I
Sheriff James Mills to seat Corrie coming from the hospital tector test, nor did 1 ever set up a .... 5d0 0.15 51)N.r
Tale Twisting Corne was seated. were a nuisance! to residents> in specified time or appointment for : :: ]u: $01:: 051 11( I h Tfa
In the hub bub that followed, Hilda brad Park any commissioner to take a test" ,h.-II. Pt add 115 h.w. add 515 L..
I By JACK JAMES '
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THK .'LU\U COWBOY

If a person didn't know election Pioneer Families of St. Lucic-Indian River Area in Get.togcther; $

time was just around the corner,
he would think this is the friendliest .
town in the world. Why a hand Settlers Meets HereArea May 9Mrs.

signal and a slow you turn at will least gel' Early Group


three handshakes Mrs. Leona Smith A i basket dinner I will l beservat Rita Peck, Mrs Clara Fulton
and a bruised pioneers will be host on for hostesses." picnic : Mrs.
elbow before you Saturday, May 9, at the annual and Mrs. Virginia Brock will serve noon and during t the Mrs. John Gunsolua,
can get the old meeting of the Early Settlers' As- as cohohtcues for the collectionof lunch hour award will be givento Lulu[ Barkoskie! Mrs. Betty Jean
I car above political sociation at Stuart Youth Center. due*. the oldest person present, woman Kirulberg and Mrs. Connie Hair )
funning i Guests will 'b' erected by Mrs. At 9:30: ..m. the executive board, longest in residence!, man longest Also! helping Witham with ,arrangements A A. Hen-> I a i
speed again, notcounting Florence Ricou. John E. Taylor, consisting of all past! presidents in residence, and the youngest lar. Douglas and Mark Witham,
tile Mrs. Ernestine Eckess, Mrs. AnitafltonMrs. will meet In the main auditorium baby boy and girt Recognitionwill
be paid to- the member or Officers this year are Mrs. B.
.
bumper stickers Addie Emerson Mrs. and at 10 o'clock the general business
and a shower of cards with smiling Barbara Person, Mrs Cathrine meeting will be opened -j member traveling the farthest D.[ Fulton president, Mrs Addia.
pictures and, wild promises Sims, Miss Ruth Haibtrom. and prayer, salute to the flag and the distance and the couple marriedthe Emerson, first vice president: Harry
like "If I wasn't the best person Miss Mildred Park. "God Blest America"Mrs. I longest. Schultz, second vice, president\,
for the office, I would be the first Registration will begin at 9 a.m., fl.ta Chester will give the I Serving as dining room hostesses Mrs. Anita. Tilton, third vie president !-
to admit ." (Let't you and I exercise with Mrs. Mary Taube Mrs. Isabel memorial resolution. Election of : will be Mrs. Helena Beacb and Calvin FoppclL secretary JU.TON U. SOWA1USIUART
our privilege next Tuesday Gamble and Mrs. Mark With- officers: will be held. Member of Mrs. Edna' OouUnt. Mrs Ethel ind treasurer MALLORY L. JOHNSON DEAN lOOKUt
j and vote for the good of our community I am in charge They will be assisted the nominating committee are i' Kickliter, Mrs. Edna Stimmell, I All pioneer: and member of ATfORNtYS: racing for the County Judge office
Park Mrs. Fern Coleman Mrs. Edith \their families are invited to at-
and state See you in by the Muse Mary Peck Eileen Met Mildred Garrett. Miss I
Y i church.) Gunaolu and Judy Ashley, jun and Mrs. Taube, Segerslroin, Mrs. Eluabefb/ Friend, tend the get-together.:

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?.A TILE STUART (Ha.) NEWS F Unxlerhill Jr. and Timer Powers -- Room for 300 Men Women and Children in Defense Test

nurooday, April 30 9M brash of Indianlown ... ,, -
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These Stuart attorneys Mallory
MORE ABOUT F. Johnson. Elton H Schwarz and!
Dean ToovVcr, are tilling in the Want to Spend 24 Hours in Shelter?

Election Fever fists' for county judge, a post left A-:
I open when Judge Evans Crary Jr tee 1" '
decided not W run -- ------ ------------ --
Here Baker sheriff i is I Want 10 spend twenty-four
C.
Mounting Roy hours m a Civil Defense shelter? 1-
fourth with
trying for bis term
the challenger Sim F starless Jr If so, contact AI "eal c1, Civil
((oniimicU from Page I IA) Isabel: Evans resigned an aawaihlunt's I Defense director or telephone{ 287 "

t Inn, M party candidates to run in post with the county clerk might t 1652 %be infotIftIBlion. YOU just I
with John W. Keller, accepted .
to vie county
the general election nest< t NovcnvIHI
On May""15 and 16, the Martin
-has reached fever pitch with service officer, for the supervisorof
offict open when County Civil Defense agency will
of the lust registration
no signs diminishing in .
Mrs Zola Blukeslee stated she .w.x I conduct a twenty.fourJwur m-thcl-
ii\ lass for ten local office. with
hm, open County Commission I was reiving.All let training (lest| available for up
offices above will he voted' to 301)) people. Children are alsoinvited.
pi>"1IJ1 the van .

The County Commission hnttlcpiniind on Racing countywide for jusilce of the peace tISA'DKL I The exercise will he conducted 'I '
centered around Frank
1 is
District 2. which is the cast half in the public shelter area located J
Wacha. incumbent I I.I Ii I.
A District
of the county. are Harvey Piley : in Iho basement of St. Joseph's!
Kulh
i n d challenger Christian
and Kenneth Stimmcll. Stuart, Academy at Jensen Beach, and
both of Jensen Beach John F.
; I and John A. Wcthmgion, Hobs EVANS \in expected to be the largest ever
r iJ ,ck) Satinilc-rson, Port Salerno JOHN \\. "JSULIRllltY
to the held in the State of Florida.
Sound Pilcy was appointed!
!"mhent District 3, and chal-
I,'nccrs John B MiicArlhtir and I post when James Pell"am"vacated RACE, FOR RtCISIRVR: JOII Some thirty-four different bus
I ous B. Preston Kobe Sound. U through absence" a few months Steve firms, schools hospitals, _i in-
k
-- Dilutions, state and local 2
govertnent
< hcse rags' steam withtracks I ago
picked up
I on the incumbents and The constable race for District agencies, and the general HARVEY PILEY KENNETH SITMMEIL JOHN WETIIINGTONJUSTICE
'I2 C Ward of Stuart Board Fail public have been invited -
<,,!,('ort for Kalb and MJcArlhur.I includes Ralph Day Meetings to participate
I,,nor Martin County Citizens Committee I incumbent challenged by Tpm with the expectation t hat OF PEACE CANDIDATES: DISTRICT 2
d."lid Wcihmgton, Hobe Sound. I about 130 will lake advantage of
\ aided by Commissioner [ I To Be Approved
Miller not running The constable race in District Tuesday the test
third j 4. Indianlown, I is between David! The exercise will be conducted staff personnel will coordinateand mative as possible We believe that Citizens who wish to participate

"st A vacated C.ountyOIMitiWo when County Com W. Gale. James F. Higby and I A motion to hold County Commission held at night a commission often under the supervision of Shelter atsikt the shelter managementstaff we can safely predict that those I I are asked to call 287.1 bSZ for additional
.
Frank Snipes. There is no justice Manager Ernest Varvil, and Asistant information and for
Williamson elected meeting in the evening time notion because in conducting the test *erg it. participating will have a memorable registration
to hasty
n!i"loner I approves a ( ,
for instead oft of the peace race there since 'failed in a four to one vote at a Manager William Alloway, The operation will begin with experience" forms
rim state tcnator W. C. Caveny was unopposed of the lateness of the hour as well as other staff members:
re-election is contested W meeting of I h e Martin County the entry of the "sheltered into
t I
by Other who slid in unopposed, board Tuesday. and without necessary discussion. Sam Banks, security chief; Sister I the shelter at 2 p.m. on Saturday

| but whose names will appear on Commwjopcr Edward Miller 1 have checked many commissionsin Joan of Arc, welfare chief; Alvin i May 16. They will be registered OPENS 6:30
the general election ballot in the motion hold in Lane and Miss Joyce D Moton end organized i into sections of ten It BOXIlOlFICE
made a to evening TJorida/ and all cases where '' 7.00T
!p''I:. -;J.,_..(.]: fall, arcWilliam: (Bill!) Owens, meetings on a trial basis during health and medical; Mrs. France I or more. Each: section will electa :
(hey have changed the hours of -
BUY ONE 0 GET ONE stale representative; Mrs Dorothy May, June and July and on the their I Alloway information and training : section leader who will represent N > ( CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30lAfcVHwa
Pierce, county clerk, Tom Crook, grounds that residents who worlduring have meetings to night time, they ,! and Milly A. Cruse, administrate them to the shelter management .' SATURDAY and SUNDAY
F EEi of instruction gone back to daytime meetings chief. '
superintendent public -
\ stuff ----
the duy would be able to "
to ; A. C: Courson, tax assessor; attend the night meetings; >> Williamwn acid The shelter management staff Each section will be assigned Thursday Friday SaturdaySunday
I..11 IIbJIINTERIOR ,
i jW. : Alvin Andrews, tax collector; Henry Commissioner Jack Williamson ,\ IRONS STATEU1AMBIR consists i of twenty-one, and will be 'its own shelter space. The "shel- ,
Beckman commissioner of the; augmented by personnel from gov terecs" will be briefed and Introduced
LATEX seconded the motion "for discussion DIRECTQRDavid : (
dfI.al Florida Inland Navigation District ernmcnt, agencies, business, another to the shelter staff. A special .
< MODE .tnR
He told
WALL PAINT and Frank DcStcfano and purposes" Miller CCs P
; that B Irons of First National sheltered participating i n advisory committee will be recruited -
r'.LlHY ttlMHS. Joseph Lrcenlcps. for school I then. be preferred a day meeting Bank ot Stuart, president of the exercise. from the group to advise

i: ej ;Nx/tAlI11 corl.aSiMt WYNI. IIII board. Florida Bankers Association has The test will be conducted with and assist the staff in shelter man
i will have "I think most people who have been
IINI IN NNNYIN Grccnleei Republican named a "director ex offfcio" as much realism as possible by agement.
I opposition in the fall from Mrs businesswith the r.>>commission can of Florida Stale Chamber of Com simulating probable conditions that The shelter occupants will be
I "., ( t. U1 NruNrr T01,1 NrTr Nee Donna Kowell and whoever vans make arrangement to attend during merce, Harold Coke of the state would exist t in shelters in time of encouraged to participate in group TONY RRNDRII *,
l "II tOYIAAa IleauN the Democratic race for registrar the day. When meetings are disaster ,
odLannounced.. County Civil Defense discussions Entertainment committees '
... ,
our .u I must face Mrs. Ole Almcgord a -- -
will be
WiM Iaae organized and spa 'BURLIVES
<<) -..: wN,41ra candidate There's also at
I Republican T .. ciao entertainment programs will
'H""OO TIN I -
O. WAlll cIMivuiwio a Republican candidate JamesW as Walter C. Owena, who will oppose to prepared and presented! A shelter EDEN ; ,
: :A1r1'. Watson Sr, to challenge the the Democratic winner in raA activity schedule will be 'BRRBARA
pre
Democratic primary winner in the County Commissioner District .,f 1' pared and posted All "shelterees" r-

W8.gR.FREEONE the race for Matt senator as well 3 race.FRANCES 1 1I will be advised as events and conditions A Iua a.tsraaaNanoduttbrkoLo B '

1I develop by the informa _
COAT I tion and training section.
LATEX INTHIOH WAll PAINT The test exercise will be con- Through Wednesday
I No nip' -IMM C\NGF(; )PDS I cluded at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 16
NNr nINrIN, I According to Keaton, the staff "
1 W1ITANOINONNaO H'A TOUNOItr" lIlpRY QtAN ASTOUNDING
will strive to make the MILITARr
POwll exercise
CAM .. KAYIII. realistic, interesting, and infor- ,PLOT TO TAME OVER THEM: UNITED TATE8IIDMOWD
.. wIrMIN' TIN Nrl as b'eeutra,. 'v' -.; _
8 : : IN M GfR II

-..: ... 1 N IAT IAINTT CIIAN Ia1 NN.,VIwlfN New.nl _. Q\J'fRIG (S1AUMNIJENSEN Martin Highway

.101 VII ON INrlll
0 WAKI [IIUNN:
NActrc4 BEACII, ON THE INDIAN RIVFR AT Roll
Ready to '
IVERY ; ''P*' rt
$898 2nd GAL FREE LANGIORD MARINA AND VillAS I I t

s -I $$500,000 JobThe t

-Roof Coating-
New Summer Policy

In 1 galls or I gallon cans last steps leading to the SEVEN
Aluminum ''wry ,
UNCIIES DISCONTINUED AFTER FRIDAY, MAY 1st saving'of Martin Highway were
Liquid Bluet ROY C. BAKER SAM E. HARLKSS: JR taken by the Martin County Com ,

Plastic Black ROY C. BAKER: incumbent and Sam a Harless Jr. sheriff mission at its regular meeting on j
DINNERS SERVED DAILY SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, are Tuesday '"
Compkte Line of Other
candidates ....
The \ .
6-10 PAL t .
I I"JIIU proved conTracts .
Interior and Exterior rulnl8.I for State Road ;;
,
I ( tit., asst' y ""ii 'c. *>11 r, Deportment O'BRIEN MARTIN
I NATIONALLY RESTAURANT AND GIFT SHOP OPEN DAILY AT! PAL right.of-way along the ten-mile BALSAM
ADVERTISED SEYMOUR'S INN I stretch to be paved, and instruct I _"_.J .i9wwwu?. 9 irii / ati MBMii RoakttmoComing l
OUTBOARD MOItR OIL ed County Attorney Dean Tookerto _
Special Summer prket 011 Menu forward the contracts to the
CUT-RATE PRICES Suite Road Department.Only Soon
I The Home Good Food & Mixed DrinksSEA
of
Store Hours 8-S Dinners one parcel along the road
Day
Specia1.lJfotlzer'J will probably have to be condemned lVl8lovirt i E YiSswi! /)
Phone 287-1433 in court action, Tooker reported aY'S' f'eudiri[ ; s :;,
SUNDAY J\IAY.10, from 2 to 8 P.M.! ,
A and the case will be
221 fluKier St. FOQD SPECIALTY probably PRESiEY\J'
Stuart, Eta.bvpl Reservation" advisable, call ATlanlk 7-4040 settled by the time the right-of- \M M&k1Jl {
r.
.. way is to be used.
1,000 NmgCwdotu,51 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS The commission also approved I fR1'@m: R R'I"1
!! STORES COAST TO COAST Where The Stars Meet 2 BLOCKS NORIH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY I the use of necessary secondary
road funds for the
.I .... .. .. .. construction of
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oil about $500,000.
Bids on the road are expected!
10 he Jet by the State Road Department FUN STARTS
its June with the road
ELECT under contract in July. "

t rx ;tT The ten miles to be constructedwill 6:30
take the, Al-
i apattab Road (( I ntRJh7 ).

TIMER E. POWERSCOUNTY The elude commission the remaining will several probably miles in- Friday Saturday Sunday

to Warficld Highway (State Road
710)' ) in next year's budget.
+e'fa + ;" s
BIG
BUG
The construction of Martin BALL
Highway, long known as Martin
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5 Grade, was begun nearly forty
years ago but was abandoned InIhe Dancing To The Beatles
wake of the Great Depression.
: INDIANTOWN With the completion of the road (RECORDED: )

y, ;, thousands of acres of Citrus land
will be accessible for commercial Dance Contests
I rP / U.ofFlorida..GraduateWILL WORK FOR ultivation.
The road also will tie-in with the BEATLE ALBUMS PRIZES
Ir Agriculture
llapattah Road connecting In-
Molding Down Taxes diantown and Fort Pierce, which COURTESY OF
r '
Past President Indiantown t II expected to be under construe- NEISNERSWhere

'i lion by next year.Address .
Kiwanis Increased Efficiency and
All Bcalle Albums and 4S't Are Available

Member Martin County Library Economy Please?' Free Admission For 6 Live Spiders

Board May Be Asked at (In Jar)

Business LP Gas and Equitable! Spending of All Tax Polling/ Booths Beatle Photo With Each Admission

Monies that Must
Appliancesl1erlfanager Necessarilybe Bringing addresses up to date Bug Juice Cocktail to First 50
Spent nay be an added duty performedby
Home and Property Owner clerks at the voting" booths on 50 ADMISSIONS FREEPLUS
May 5.County.

: A Sincere Interest to Serve All Independent Thinking Tied Miller requested Commissioner the Martin Edward County -

the People of All Martin County To No Special Interest !! Commission approve allowing 3 WIERD THRILLERS !
clerks to bring the addresses up
10 date at the tune\ residents come

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT SINCERELY APPRECIATED to The vote.commission approved the

but instructed Attorney
request t. County -
Dean Tooker to check first


1 ELECT TIMER E. POWERSCOUNTY on RANGERS the legality.ATTEND ) '

PARK SHORT COURSE m M RACo y'1E06.CA 1nj1JO

Florida Park Service rangers
from all over the state will be attending -

DISTRICT 5.COUNfY.'VIDE the fifteenth annual Park
COMMISSIONER
Short Course M O'Leno State Park

near High Springs April 27 IIICIAIII
trough May J J. according to N.
VOTB DEMOCRATIC PRIl\IARYl\IAY 5th 8. Miller Jr, director. Attending
from this area will be Supennten- AOaR '
dent Paul Walker and Ranger C ciNntu twretttwerlwe

Robertson of Jonathan Dickinson laMxNAEltaee, US.U 1AU1I.1I1III1OPIU!
(Paid Political Advertisement) ;tate Park, and Wipiam. Amb- *W USMltIMIKHIlrKTIICI

liP. Stuart party Rcporigtegdcn\ \ t.


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I THF! STU1RT_(norltlllN'F.Wi.ThIlMay) April 30, IW4 J.A
OBITUARIESI Florida Guests and o.

R. C'. Sturgeon and Mrs. E. B. Roach; Dr. and MM R. M. Heirs,
I ""I' .......... Wilker Jacksonville! rilenIJ Mrs R ,T.
Yachtsmen from Port Lauderdale IWM.
CLVUD 1'OU'sG Boats in Majority and their yachts included Mr. Mr, and Mrs. 0, L Otto, Boca
I Claud: 1. Young, tilts nine, of and Mrs, Franklin Page/ on the Raton Mr. and Mrs. H.1 l !%m,
Potncmni Gardens, dint II' Martin "l Dun.Hunlm," Mr. and Mrs Fred Cap' Canav al. Mr and Mrs.
Memorial Hospital Sund. \. April lessen Reach Is on the in yachts hich tied Up overnight or K Byal, Biddy H," Mr Y n d John Horn, C&pe Canaveral\; Mr
I :26! following a brief .dines,. He I map ) Mrs H. dc Castro, "r. Putt 11"; and Mrs Leon lokttw, Cocoa
was a native of Doxlcst '\\n, Pa.. '' Fart Lauderdale, as far as the longer at the Marina with sixteen i' Mr: und Mrs A :; Titoomb.t B..ch. Mr. and Mrs Van haycock -
I and had lived here tor flu past t mgford Marina" and Langford/ I out of that number being Florid- Duchess VI;" and Mr and Mrs ("ocooleach\ ; !Mr md' Mrs
I
'seven Yetlrs. He was a i m ,,be-r of \ lias\ are concerned bused :Harold" d King, "Nancy Ann Ray Dahl Cocoa !leach
the William B. Schne'''' I ode 'I Cbis! past, week a total of five '1 the same trend was indicatedat II III Mr and Mn A. M Hoffbcrg.
No. 419 F&AM ol Phliddphia, \iihu>> and ten persons from thai !Ungford Villas during the same Other riorutiins, past week Sarasota: R. Tcrfler and A Y ,i
and was a member ol 1 the First | eit\ visited the I ongford Marina period with a total of fort>.two (guests i at i tin/ Villas, include Mr Pardun, both of Mtimi, Mrs I
Baptist Church of Stuart : nul a total of nine persons were guests from Florida out of t the studtIs ( ,torgc O dettcnuilKr Greine Craig and Mrs A Mc-
He i is survived bh, wife i i guests at the Langford, Villas forts-nine registered ,I Pnwpums l Mr and Mrs David Canon, both of Miami :
Bculuh 'Young of Pom,,I.lIlll Gardens Horidtans are coming to thisresort Guests from Fort Lauderdule at I I \\ .n I I ,uii|>u. Mr. and Mrs Out-of-sUte gUtat" the Inng- j
; one daughter \hs" Melba I area !in Increasing numbers the Villas included Mr and Mrs I rh"",, s \\ ,ule 11 Tallahassee. ford Villas. included Mr and Mrs
Adams, of Ivittov. 1',1\ one'I is indicated bv the records ol the Dunne Doherty, L O Miller, I1r.j Mi, .111.1 I Mrs Mvrl R. Gnats Cliff M Averett Columbus, ('8..
r i rs'y son, Calvin C. Young "t i Doyles I Marina and Villus Thus past t week and Mrs, William, A D I Ii K 1\ '" lieueh Mr. and !Mrs.I I Mr und Mrs, William E Shons,
>' \v .,.. J !town(. ; two sisters Mi,' Laura also there were a total of, thirt !Mr and Mrs A Marklcy, Mrs IK"' "01 I I IVhitnev. Del ray Mmneluuka Beach, Minn
:1\ 'HW. ,
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muter of
I '. 'j\A, : .. Doyle'to"> ml Mrs
Ethel Souder of Philadelphia i, five
GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE Scott Kelly, second from left, greets City Commissioner Arthur brothers Edgar, Raymond I and
E Sims during a campaign visit to Stuart Tuesday afternoon Also shown are William P. Todt, Kel LeRoy Young of Dmlcstown.
ly's campaign manager in Martin County, and MM Todt, Most of Kelly's visit here was in heavy ram. Earl Young of Chnlf,>rt I'u. and
.. Norman Young of Momstown>> s '
?I I / I CLEARANCE
Pa.: and four grandchildren I \
Church Groups Sponsoring Quiet Evening Funeral services will he held! ,,
.TW at the Reed Funeral Home In''
Dojlestown Thurvhv ::11 2> pm.
Johns Funeral \Home lIa, III Chargeof I
Some Juniors-Seniors to Attend local arrangements I


I1FRMINMIIIVM HUMMING! BOTH FOR ONLY 18800v

'Christian Banquet Not PromNot Herman William kuinmmgs,
seventy-three, a resident "it Jensen
Beach, died Salurdn April
all Martin County Senior county announced through Southern evening of May 8. The Rev, For- 25. He was a native of Lafayette,
'High School juniors and seniors Methodist Pastor Durward H.Knight rest Watkins, new pastor of the Ind., coming to Jensen Beach in
are going to attend the prom and Jr, that they sponsoring First Baptist Church of Stuart, 1959, He was a member if the
stay, up till dawn afterward. the second uaire" : will be featured speaker Chamber of Commerce and the
Tropical Farms Baptist Church, Banquet" for students A youth film, "Teenage Rock," Order of Eagles of nfuvetlc He
Rio baptist Church and the South It will he held at Stuart Woman featuring faith in Christ as the was i member of the I Lutheran
ern Methodist churches in the 's Club from 7 to 11 p.m. on the answer to youth morality problems Church and bad been owner and
of the Jefferson! Cleaners
operator
will be shown.
In Monticello, Ind," for many

Birthday Floral Piece Does was Last"an year's unqualified"Christian success Banquet," Rev. years He, Is survived by his wife, Cs-

I Knight declared Attendance is telle Kummings, three sons. William
open to juniors and seniors of all Kummings, Ridgccrcst ('ulif"Donald
Triple Duty Spreading CheerBy denominations by reservation! Kummings, a professor at \
which should be made through Purdue University In Lafayette, s
ZOLA SWARTHOUT Then on April 23 the traveling Mrs Mark Withiun, chairman, and John Robert Kummings. Ma'tinned
was to Albert whose phone number is 21<<2845, with i the '
centerpiece given 4..
Tins is a little story about the Walker, who took it to his wife He also survived rbylnY: i 4},. _. _1:7., ..--' ... ,
birthday celebration of the motherOf who is convalescing at Jackson. and one brother. 4 w s4 .
"Florida's First Lady of Songs"and Memorial Hospital m Miami Dorcas Circle Services were held Tuesday at ;::. .. J, ; ,. ''fr' 1I ,
'
her "traveling floral center Mrs dinner Hears 2 M : t
Langford birthday ReviewsThe p m :at the Yates Jensen Beach pit ."
piece. guests included Mr and Mrs Chapel with the Rev. Walter Pond I 1 yJ .1
Mrs Anne Langford mother of Evans Crary Sr., Mr and Mrs. Dorcas Sunday school class officiating Burial followed In AllSaints ,. lc J ft.., 1 J\r I '. ':"j- .10 c A ,..,, ... ..J3"/c, v
Miss Frances Langford, celebratedher Nick Penning. Captain and Mrs, met at the First Baptist Church t Cemetery under the direction I I. :I" "
birthday on April 21 with a John C. Robinson, V,, C. Lang- Tuesday, April 28, for a luncheon. of Vales Funeral Home" 1 ':: 4 1 ( f < tit, ;u A f; L J
dinner at Frances Langford Out ford, Mrs Hattie Clear, Mrs. John The meeting with a io-o- \ ; ;

rigger! restaurant. W Stokes, Mrs. Emma Schul- prayer by Mrs. Chars Butts; Mrs MRS LUCY PIAZZA & ...... "" .. ",. \ ... '.. ,
\
The dinner Miss trich, and Mrs Zola Swarthout, Nellie Ann I' ,
was given by Martin gave 'the devotions MM Lucy Piazza, t'illhty.three, ." ;I \ "I
Langford and her husband, Ralph of lobe Heights, Hi>bc Sound, : 'i!' / '" :. '; .;\
Evinrude. They could not attendin Jail Terms Are The program chairman, Mrs died in Martin Memorial HospitalWednesday : ...
person, due to prior plans to Handed to TwoTwo C. E. Reynolds, introduced Miss April 22, after an extended t .l. ..J.J ;" '1tI '. "" .<<
visit Rainbow Springs, where the Jean Roos, who reviewed 'The illness She was a native
Outboard: Marine Corporation is Little Dixie men drew jail Kings Orchard," by Agnes Turn- of Italy and had been a resident !' .' .. I ;
filming underwater pictures. terms from Judge Harry F Dyerin bull, "A Woman Apart," by Wil- here for the past four months She
The Evmrudes had ordered a Municipal! Court Tuesday liam and Ellen Hartley, "The Living was a member of I St. Bernadette I' .V' '/ .. I '\ ,
large floral centerpiece made up Lamar Taylor I was sentenced to Reed," by Pearl Buck, and Catholic Church of Brooklyn! N. .,... .. .
by Jack Weber to grace the birth- forty.five days for assault and battery "Portrait of Myself," by Margaret Y and a member of the Rosarian ( I'
day table. and George Sheffield to ten. Bourke-White. Society of !that church
Mrs. for "' Mrs. Ruth Hall Survivors Include ; :: -, -. ,
Langforctwitrthe arrange .!flays open profaTuty the class teacher foiff tt1tk1I i ,
ment the next mghrto ]jhc Jensen In other cases the judge: continued er, closed the meeting with a ten, Mrs Frances Greco of Hobc : Ih
Beach Area Chamber o f Com- nine fanes, dismissed two; prayer. Heights[ Mrs Jean Churcherillo/ t .
merce I Installation dinner at Sey estreated five bonds; Imposed four I hostesses, Mrs. Evalena Baker of Fort Lauderdale and Mrs Mary ,
mours Inn. There it was used at fines and found two defendantsnot und Mrs Maude Richardson, Castleano and Mrs Laura Loborhera. ,
the speaker's table guilty. I served the luncheon both of New York, three + .;...,....... ._ 4 """ I,
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-- brothers, Charles Emanuel h "' I'
Savcno Coats all of New York, ,M'>. ': I "
and five grandchildren ,. V ,t'f.,. t '
:&.c Services end burial were held J. .t\. :
J.1I.'u ;
r vHSrrr in Brooklyn. Johns Funeral \Homewas : >I I

t.. Nsrra \ in charge of local arrange. I,. ;, j
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ments .
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ROBERT H F.SCOTT

Robert H Escott, eighty-eight,
of Indian River Drive, died early ,r, t
Monday at Veterans Hospital in
I Coral Gables.
Mr Escott. a veteran of the POUND
Spanish-American War and Indian ; ,
fighting, was a career soldier CLOTHES
who served five years with the FRIER"lto'WASHIroYAFEM$ BIG $Al1J t1M'P RATU J fNGYSJFMsa
.WIN I internal I revenue service after CAPACITY
j his army retirement ,,lInlstre4Bwat/tt, +bdraruovbt, t'lt'4 ir;.iaidd llJfV +rrdhl!; IJt4 11I'' C
He had lived in. Florida since 1. burr to g., >feu vini>r gluthyl, (1t"IIlI+'9rc. 1iJ11, I V itftJ l.r iTip$etr. II
1919, coming from Rochester, N. r'n( ,I 4 aewvvui! and( eves ( thtwll 45505 spur s 1 a1 Ws' ,
UQTF 1111 =1 Y, and had made his home I n n .; 1 l : ) (
Eden since 1932, '. (
Survivors Include the wife, Jenny nbVfll fnllr "m!\\sI'.Jt' ttrs1,,''
Mae: sons', Frederick and Earl ,
of Jensen Beach, four grindchil-j! .
II NII, I dren and five greatpanddiildrcnVeterans' :::- - I
)
I services were conducted 0'' ---
at 2 .
Wednesday

% + ;1 Fort Baird Pierce Fne with arH Rev. Chapel L I 1.|, Bak.I n I LY
N
I'J w Saints'(r officiating Cemciefy Burial at Jensen was Beach in All II NO MONEY DOWN 0

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Mrs Alma. ALMA" Randall RANDALL of 57 Seminole JUST SAY "CHARGE IT PLEASE'Special

Avenue, Stuart, passed on 5 0
-i I Tuesday, April 28, in West Palm
-JJ Beach Since coming to Stuart FRONT FLOOR MATS 3'
from Chicago eleven years ago, I
Mrs Randall w.i organist It First 248
Church of Christ Scientist t. where j --COLORS-- WEEKLY:
she was I member, She Was an
rl honorary member' of the Woman'sClub I
of Stuart Mrs. Randall had
,i/ o made music her life work, had .-
taken part .w many of the mud .. J
--::::> eel activttict ol this community I "
and w Chicago and had taught at SHOW YOUR COLORS If Nato Iff lleril CoBctotf$ Album!
CVMtian College in Missouri! at "
} \ one time -- CItFA C SONGS I
6he M survived by one 'daughter FLAG SET
\ ." r Mrs VHIiam E. Sanclboner,
I / and a granddaughter, Robin Sanck- 4
*i oner, of Mount Prospect! III Contpl t. OplHmm __ E.ble Ree.,.Te FirWlttISSZKk "
There wit! be a service al Johns k
:If Funeral Home it 10 a.m. Friday. .1 s a It tAd4e >
.4 fl. w i ; s pa 11.K Ytigtlt;
Cottm *
Remains will' be sent 'to Gadsden.Ata .
:AND NO ONE CAN tINTA7NGER AND SAY 7H4T for MirM: %M* her husband brilliant colon 267'III

I EVER TOOK A DOllAR M W POL/r/CAL LlrE.I J\ Dan The Randal family area tequeMod that *:tnrlixlM Cord ta.tv.rd .f(' Tmounlmf g ,1, a.a.Y"r arts tw."r rents

\ in lieu of flowers contraSutiona. wall bracket Ct Yotim Now Po,
be made to life 8e evoten( Fundof *CompUto with Manual Holiday Dlapla1/l1/
First Church of Chrmt, Scientist 5 a rW Etiqiwtt M M LbwttatBdub.l Going FadfI
VOTE FOR A CHANGECHRIS of Stuart

I
WoIfNs! : :AMOCIVTIOV
HAS DEJififJrr-CARD: PARTY
VOTE FOR tenses Beach Women's Association
KALB bad a dessert card party at

the with Clubhouse t sixty-eight Monday present April 27 GOOD/ EAR SERVICE STORE

The door prize was won by Mrs.
M iriorW Pine,
DISTRICT 1, JENSEN The hostesses 'were Mrt Thcl- STUART
4243
ma Watson, kbalrnian. Mrs. Carol 257 OSCEOLA AT 7-4242. AT 7
FtU assured rtnrtlimMI. ;0 Joh. >kr MKArUw U> M*>tat ltl Cwwl tmrartr* Colni* of fchri....r fttlk M for MM Cnmty a. e-......... DtoUlM I. J SftodelL M/v Madeline Lill* .. 1.1/ .
fri Mr*.'tac the! smith

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4-A TirE STUARt (Tla.) 1SEHS Thursday April 30, 1964 I Yankees Edge


Lack of Substitutes Proves Costly Giants, 15.14GA



I Tigers Bow Out Of Class A Tourney; of Yankees Henry Crane behind opened! the pitching Mai-

tin County Slow Pitch Softball

League, with a IS.14 cm ma
Nip Chaminade_ 5-4 but. Lose to Pace Kiwann Park Giants at Ungford!.Hall
-- -- Monday
The big blow for the winner I
After beating Chaminade at Chaminade scored two runs in errors had mahkJ lM Tiger oscore I I Hall I stile (to I and! Foolc; Huff, was Tom Btneiktu homer with i,
West t Hollywood on Thursday the second off starter Skip Hallon three runs with two out and I Nester (1.IId\ Bryce. two aboard. Andy! Pittman was I
April 1 5-4' Martin i lost to Msgr I Thursday, and added two more the bases loaded when Andenon The Tigers barely made Fri the losing pitcher.All I
Pace r Miami at Stuart on Fri: off reliever Gary Little in the came to bat and hit safety strove I I th)'"s home game at all for at. league ?Io
day 4.2, to bow out of the ClassA fifth in the two runs needed to put bit game lime only eight eligible pay.en Langford Hall games Park will be playedat I
Group A baseball tourney The Tigers wiped off the deficit side ahead to stay wen MI hand Finally a ninth is scheduled Normallyone
With only ten boys availablefor with a five-run sixth inning Little and! Danny KtRxMroe got eligible player> was found crammed the second game Mondays I : -
each game Coach Cliff Rol rally with the benefit of only one the only other two Tiger hiu. .into a uniform. and! the gumcpiaxed for make-ups period of raincd being held open i 1IJ. A.P Rg
lins and his charges/ put up a very hit, a single by Larry Anderson Stuart 000( 005 0-5 3 2 A doubleheader will -out be games r ua
creditable performance A walk, a fielder's choice and two Chummade 020 880 0-4 8 4 Martin County took a lead in each played
Friday First start at
the first kilhourne walked, stole games
7:30: p.m., and nightcaps at 9:30: w. S e
home
,
second and! third and came
,
p m or fifteen minutes after the
on Billy Mathers tingle,
end of the first if the first
game
Their lead was hort-lived, however
FOR game runs beyond 9:15 and to play in Martin County Junior Busch; ;
SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR Msgr Pace knotting the BIG INOLGII-ioiuchlhe:: pound, any way.
11964 store in the second!. when Miguel There are six teams in the League. is the mighty mite at bat Kenneth DavIt, Uocsnt! matter if the bat is small, as long ",s

THE FISHERMAN. reached right! first field on a and blooper came to homeon shallow league Angels the ,other Jaycees four Indians being, Skyline Ace- the (heart IB big Get out and support these future big leaguers.Pitchers' .

Knshons single to right and Dodgers and Bandy! Pirates.
.Johnson a two-hay; error. Here is the remainder of the Duels to Nightmares
The visitors went ahead in the schedule: ;
third!, when the winning pitcher, Friday, May I: Angels vs Dodgers
SEFF HORSE
Newhauser. doubled to left, advanced Indians vs Pirates; Monday
on a bunt, and came homeon May 4: Yankees vs Indians; Fri. Baseball Has Them AllMartin
COMPACT' Smiths sacrifice diy.. May 8: Pirates vs Angels( Junior
The Tigers tied it up, 2.2, in the Giants vs Dodgers: Monday, May
fourth Billy blathers reaching first II: Indians vs Giants; Friday. .,
.
Monday's were r mul!
rr on an error stealing second, and May IS: Dodgers vs. Pirates, Angels County Junior League, that Rotary emerged 6.0 winners. I ,'K. games
scoring on Hall's tingle, vs Yankees: Monday May which with its big brother, the A real pitchers duel m the nightcap | I 4
yls Pace won the game in the fifth, 18: Yankees vs Dodgers; Friday! Pony League caters to more than had Palm City 2-0) victors I Rotary.."........ 002 022-h 7 I
4'1 I I 0J2bP' Miguels single scoring Garcia, who May 22, Indians VS. Angel Pirates 200 baseball hopefuls, got off toa over Lions. Thad! Howard pitched I Salerno ... .. 000 (000( -0 I 7
had made! first on a fielder's choice, vs Giants; Monday May 25: typical start in Us first eight hitless" ball, fanned the first twelve | Williams and Uhl; Johnson and
and Sweet who had singled to Pirates vs Yankees; Friday, May I I Cavot
right, and .made. second on the 29 Giants vs. Angels, Dodgers vs days: a 2-0) pitchers' duel a 26-1 batters who faced him and! sixteen
throw. Indians. pitchers nightmare, and two In all He gave up two walks Lions .......... 000 000-0) Foote singled! for the Tigers in June 1 Giunts rained out. The losing Lions pitcher, Thom- Palm City .000 02x-: 2 n
The LOW PROFILE tmizIntShanowWiter Monday : vs games .
MW walked! twokeeping
I I 7kWN nb the third and Little in the sixth, Yankees June 5 as, fanned eleven and Thomas and Frost! Thud! Hoard \ -
9V4 b a fisherman Drive lets you sneak ; Friday : Angels Anything can happen, and usually Palm City hitless until the
WI *AA lbabaN eptesl drum come true!Now UP on the big ones while in Anderson the seventh.clouted a nice double vs. Dodgers, Indians vs Pirates; docs, i n so-called: Little bottom of the fifth. when Bed" and Wade, Tracy Howard (14))

u *Uddashht s Pybh, .It's possible to "fish wherever they in.So,' Pace ....... 011 020 0 4-5-1 'dons Monday, June 8: Yankees vs In League play where a bunt may good homered behind a walk for Elks .. "..... ... .. 6 4 I
Ol ; Friday, June 12: Pirates vs. become inside the park homerby
an
over..,not 'around see It now! It's tha the on ylruns of the game. The Hone Sound .. 894
d *!aD tal_praIlIIdu" A new Tilt Selector: "flshtn'erf! outboard Martin County 100 100 0-2 5 3 Angels, Giants vs Dodgers: Mon. virtue of an errant throw or the only runs of the game. The Cooper, Gass and Wood. Kirk.
doItar Newhauser and! Kri hon Little day, June IS: Indians vs Giants: careless work.
fives you in Infinite) ever bullt1 ; glove Roe's triple, immediately after the Camphell, Tallcy Larsen; and! Tl
'SalctsPturyngkadla and FoolcI Friday, June 19: Dodgers vs Pirates
Improved seating arrangements I
Sea'fforse number of drive mgla' homer but the batter was out ton, Dixon, Barkheimer
*1111i11\II1t letting..PLUS M $3 6150 Angels vs Yankees; Monday and the addition of a press box trying to stretch it to the plate
I June 22: Yankees vs Dodgers have been welcome innovations at On Friday Hobe Sound beat Kiwanis I I X
I lard wick, Gladden ; Friday, June 26: Indians vs. Sailfish Park this year. Elks 8.6, and! Civitans piled up Civitans .2612 I
/l'.Et
See tho ,............. .....,. June 29: Pirates vs Yankees; in the perennial problem of obtaining three Kiwanis pitchers Wilks; Rhoday and! Arnold!
_PAG' t areal Paul Hardwick and Bill Gladden Friday, July 3: Giants vs Angels, I enough adults willing to
f both of Stuart, with scores of Dodgers VS. Indians!) help with supervisory duties such
2 11 78 took low gross in the golf Monday July 6: G i i ant t s vs I as umpiring scoring operating
tournament, sponsored by the Kiwanis Yankees: Friday, July 10: Angels concessions, etc. The two leagues GOLFNew
? ,5 1'COMPACTS Club of Stuart, at the Jupi vs. Dodgers, Indians vs Pirates; alawys manage/ to struggle througha
other J ter Island Club on April 25 Monday l July 13: Yankees: vs, Indians season, somehow, but it's usuallya
The low net prizes went to Bob : Friday July 17: Pirates vs, question of too many owing too Martin County Golf & Country Club
,. Harmeier, Stuart, and Jack Scott, Angela Giants vs Dodgers; Mon much to too few.
Fort Pierce, with scores of 62; and day, July 20': Indians vs Giants; However, the kids always seem ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right J Just before crossing!
$40250 $27050 to Bill Lord of Palm Beach witha Friday, July 24: Dodgers vs. Pi- to enjoy it, and that's the mam New Bridge to Beach
tool score of 65 : rales, Angels vs Yankees; Monday, thing. A walk an advance! on a SUMMER RATES
fl" NfI"'I'fGKf'n: q !I.n tJIf.r"'f': '''v-- ."nn hJ'hf'''. 7uUf 4'' The Kiwanis Club is most t appreciative July 27: Yankees vs Dodgers; passed ball and coming home on NEW -
of the support given Friday, July 31: Indians vs Angels an error are as much of a thrillto COMPLETE Greens Fee
!VERY 94.smHamuIS .... this program, the proceeds for Pirates vs. Giants; Monday, the diminutive nine-year-olds
J which will go for youth activities Aug 3: Pirates vs Yankees, Fri. as knocking one over the fence 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50
COVKI D BV A PULU 7 Giants Angels, with the bases loaded is to a '
Casa Rio .. \ Particularly helpful was Jupiter day Aug. : vs gom-
Island Club which donated facilities Dodgers vs. Indians on-thirteen: Lasting on the
(.. r Q\'I\; for use by the Kiwanis Club. Monday Aug 10: Giants vs the mound! for a few innings gives! tLICIRIC: CAR IS 'f.I
.. 'Of t411/M11111anor, puree.q to w.a Yankees;, Friday\ Aug 1,4; Angels! the ten' .year-old! pitcher almost\ as is ...18JIiII, ..... ____ .$5.0D) _..
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BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. ;\( 100.. '" "" ."'\!IoutII., : Sugar and' pineapple 'product n Dodgers Indians vs Pirates; big a kick as a no-hnter' does to 19 Hole .. 300MEMBERSHIP
mfiUt4 asMn.ulMwa.ec., :::' :'' aJanata.. of Monday Aug. 17: Yankees vs a boy two years older.
1 account for about nine tenths
440 HIGHWAY 707 RIO ')\ _u 1J;: ..."miwtraaamiwrnua' -... the normal quota of exports from Indians! ; Friday! Aug. 21: Pirates And you'll see these things and : 'IOM'jfH-T I
1LLKHIONE 287-0944 the Hawaiian Islands over the vs Angela, Giants vs Dodgers; more happen almost any week, .
.1.0 c-S r, years Monday, Au,. 24: Indians vs if you'II just take the trouble to "8.B.IIIP INITIATION FEE
Giants, Friday! Aug 28: Dodgers go to the ball park any Monday SINGLE MFMBFRSHIP .. .
.. vs Pirates, Angels vs Yankees; Wednesday or Friday evening DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP 1011.00 "
Monday Aug 31 I: Yankees vs last Wednesday Williams fanned DRIVING RANGE AND: COMPLETE: GOLF SHOP
Dodgers; Friday, Sept. 4: Indians fifteen batters while walking MIXED DRINKS AND LUNI'l1EONSBEN
i ANSWER TO THE MILLER STORY NO. 2 vs. Angels, Pirates vs Giants; Mon. only two, for Rotary and! con-
; day, Sept. 7: Pirates vs Yankees; trbuted four straight tingles to IIARTIG *"%
Friday, Sept 10: Giants vs Angels I hn cause; His teammate, Peck, hit PRO MANAGER 287. 2274
Dodgers_vs, Indians II i two-run homer in the fifth, so. :
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: TO TilE VOTERS OF MARTIN COUNTY

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For the past two weeks in print and on the radio, myself and Mr. Wacha have been starts tomorrow! pick your "

abused and accused and harassed by l\lr.l\li11er and his buddy, Mr. Sottong, Presidentof deal! come and get 'em!

the so-called Citizens Committee. special prices-no money SPECIAL FOR FOUR COMPACTS FOR \


I All this does not really deserve an answer but these accusation are so asinine no red down compact to big. -car sizes! SAVE'.00 113 Size! $

blooded man can let them go unanswered. Apparently he is against the "one-man rule" Nylon AII.We.therTubel.ss :

unless its Ed Millers// rule this would be 0.1;. I ask can you imagine Mr. Miller Tires slur ti>tnt/.i.tin

I and his two Candidates sitting on the Board of County Commissioners? He claims we Whitewalls $2.5O more each

have a Political machine ((2 men). I Ic would have a real machine, which he has backed

: t. with money and words. This would be the most vicious Political machine Martin Coun. GOODYEARPRESUMMER r

ty has ever seen. -I

": SPECIAL FOR OLDER CARS
t! He claims that I am a "Rubber Stamp Commissioner." His friends claim I am a FOUR FOR

"Charlie McCarthy." I would like to remind l\lr.l\liller that I have been outvoted several SAVES n

1:: times, 4 to 1. I have always stood upon my convictions, if I think I am right. He Nylon 6,70X15 t Slit 42


I: claims the County is run for a Select few. I certainly would like to know who they are- latetypeAlhx teas aiw M4 4
.: maybe he would like to name them. Whitewall $2.OO more each

INVENTORY

; This smoke screen he has been \rutting up about lie detector tests is something you

[ read about in ten cent detective stories. I have never been officially asked to take a lie

: detector test. Maybe if he would stop pussyfooting around and really accuse me of ar.

,, son, I would gladly take it. He does not know that I worked and cooperated with one of SALE SPECIAL FOR '57-'63 CARS

the sharpest Deputy State Fire Marshalls available to try and determine the cause, and JOUR FOB

: the culprit who burned the Bessey Creek Bridge. I hated it. It gave him a sympathy i SAVEI 7 50x14 SIM *P

r \ote. Just enough to elect him to office. GOODYEAR TIRES Nylon All We uweu .i4.

Tiibsleu Tads aip a w 4 Cd Ii,.
I"I:: He brags about the enormous payroll he has maybe he would like to tell you the WITH TUFSYNINSTANT Whitewall $2.OO more each

average pay each worker receives. l\lr.l\li11er cannot pin point anything he has accom CREDIT

plished as a County Commissioner since being elected, except to harass and worry other For holders of Chargt-A-Plat and national credit tends 1 I

Commissioners who are really trying to help and work for all of Martin County. Just drive In, present plat or card. Your charge ,
account willt| \) opened while your km are. \Uingwounttd. ) M
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w After looking back at the records of accomplishments in the past three and one-half v y SPECIAL FOR LARGER CARl

: years by the County Commission, if there is a two man Political machine on a Fiv e-man A EASY full set of tints TERMS un U yours -for....H little_as $I.2S SAVES FOUR a p.FOR

I': Board, maybe we need some more of it. -kly. A00 a 14 Size
GOODYEAR NATIONWIDE 'NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE NytalAIIWMtiKf
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as ".,t M .' / M aIM/Ne! list r to fM/IM. Mil Tab.leu 'r
M Ie Mttw M ontIlt..tltt tt/ ter tntt lieu aa. u tai w / sic am I

Yours for a Bigger and Better w a.:MK--assumes-", w acre.tarrm. lieu. eM in paw* twuuimia nee4 .....rMSC... ....5.4.01.. n Whitewall i2.J50 more each !

; I :.:.:o sirsu non flU NMta sits. aaMadrtt we M sea
Martin County _. ..= .aaodP.er, .Mahn ara :.=.:anppi- .se.na Mad w-=-.nn.M end. I
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v .i.. JOHN F. (JACK) SAUNDERSON

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Post Office THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Painted
Mrs. DigsbyIs r 'f. IhiiNduy, April JU, 1W4 S-ANew

I Spring cleaning came to the

Honored post office building last week Physician Is

The lobby has born painted grey To Practice Here
and white and the outside has a
I A stork shower was held for new white coat ol paint also. Everything \\' ith Dr. Parker

Mrs Elizabeth Dipby by Mrs looks very nice and clean,

I Eula Zarnits at the Zarnits home Ui Mar.hall Evans. .


April 23.Games. ,.nc icialod with Dr J D.
The United Council of
Church
were played and prize; Pirk, here about May 1 l'i, Or
A f were won by Mrs Thelma Kirby, Women of Martin County will tt Parka. innouiKCd Tuesday
at the lobe
meet Sound Presbyterian
Mrs. Christine
\\andaBushmaii. Dr I sans is a graduate ot the
Leighton and Mrs. Rctha Church on Friday May 1 I n vcrsitv of Virginia and tor the
at 1230: .
p.RI.A
Branford .usi ,I.ur years has been employedh
Mrs DigNby received gifts from potluck luncheon will be followed F' v Pan American Airways af

other friends\ ho could not attend by a program in which Mr. well':' as being a general practitioner.
The gifts were presented to George Dost will show pictures '

her in a bassinet trimmed in pink taken during Rev. and Mrs. Best 3 LocalVomen Win

I Others attending were: Kathy stay in Jamaica.Riptide. i J In Melbourne Golf

Fortune, Mrs June Snyder, Don
I na and Norma Snyder, Mrs. Gail i s
Zarmts Mrs. Duvila Taylor Mrs. Ruby Bryant liana Krueger
Players and Helen. Hciiwn ot the Lady
RALPH C. WARD TOM: \\ Ell11 Gl O\i:'\ Thelma Hall Mrs. Ann Fortune 4 {Liolfcn Association! ot MartinI

DISTRICT 2 and Patty Zarnits.PERSONALS RehearseThe l'.i', ,' .- ounty, were among the pricewmters
CONSTABLE CANDIDATES I
.", ,..- at the held: Day at Ale!.

I ., AIRIENOLY I bourne on friday April 24.

The United Church of Christis annual meeting of the Riptide ': -"' \ In Tuesday club play over

planning a National Youth Forum Players ol Martin County j eighteen holes Jane 0 Kelly and

D. C June will be held at the Helen HcnseNi tied lor low net.
In Washington, Playhouse on
PALM CITY NEWSMRS. ? : GREETINGS: : I.ick Coleman. left, and Web Ordway nyhwelcomo\ Democratic Oub-
and and Etta IXSk f low .
27 to July 3. One hundred Thursday April \0.) at 8 pm mo won putts.cr
twenty-five delegates and lenders I There will be an election of five crn.ilonal candidate Senator Uthn M.\ithew* when he visited Martin I aunty Moiuliy Mathews made (>\ nine holes. Hell refit won the

ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5582 will be in conference Kenneth members to the board of directors. a strong plea for conservation! : ,m Im speech at the Community Room ol the lint National Bink t\cu holes contest and Mad!:.

__ a Moore ton of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd "See How They Run" the last --- --- ----- /chlinan won low pulls
Moore has been chosen one of of the scheduled tor -
play season
Beach attended this last t service CASFS HIM) IN Through; April, of 1963 auto dealers .
Florida
Rev. Sharp Is Rev. Sharp has been a kind and two delegates to represent rehearsal.the latter Taking part ot May. will is be now Mn in Ambulance Wreck TuesdayIn CIRCUIT YURT sold 2.4J4,IKK) American.built

dearly beloved pastor during his Mr. and Mrs. Travis Stone and part curs. u>nif ai d with 2.1X0,000cnr
Aileen Kiele Mrs. Madeline Shaw (Chancery)
of service have returned from a x>ld during the tame months
Honored Sunday years I family MIss Carleen Wade Stephen Alex (Hull vi. Susan T. '
Indiantown Accident Rudolph
Miss f IV62/ hundred
Guest minister for the month weeks visit i in Canton, t> NineWen fifty
Schmidt Ray LiMcr Phil Aleozzuu (Mull complaint for divorce; W.
fuse ) bat thus fur for
wan IH) yeas '
of will be Rev Walter C
May Mrs Remus Bronson Hillsboro and John Fulton. Two male. R. Scott
Rev Lawrie J. Sharp served Giersbaeh DD of Cherry Hill Several shaken '' Betts Jean Clark Iwenly-four. of he sale of Aalurkan-built cars-
three last t week both of which in persons were tip
Ore spent days parts appear Tlnnic M M CItilvs.. James 7
the Sacrament of Holy Communion N J. Dr and Mrs. Giersbach are visiting\? Mrs Lena hcigcl act three have not been cast: cut and bruised! in an accident involving ltx>ker Park Mho was injured McClum. divorcef; C. I Ionic ,170HH( ). _--
for his last service to 141 greatly cherished friends of the Ed GodlcwsLi, who Is directing an umbulanee and two minutes earlier in another acel- ":/"I. AI>\ .:I1''III1'T:
members and friends on Sunday. congregation. Mr and! Mrs. George Smith the that autos in downtown Indiantown dent t NIC llat.i. \\ay vs ]. W. HaU j ;1I':115111111; .
play, says it is a rip with \ I IT ( tit II"r III". TUB.
coimeikJ
April 26 at Bible Union Congregational Miami and Mr and Mrs Charles snorter" and that after rehearsalshe I about 4 I'.RI.. Tuesday Keecivmg cult and! bruises was way alimony causeof MSIII Jl IMI I tl. III.'P. IVMI

Church. Celebrates Her Morgan West t Palm Beach were will back his cast for endurance Cut and bruised were James F. Watson" Lawrence', seventy-nine, McDonald ilivorcc:! Jr and, divorce, C. K. 11.1111 run II 5. Mtllllllll >'nr.M ,

The service was followed by a visitors over the weekend in the against any of( the Olympic Higby forty-six, driver of the ot I ml 1.1 mown. driver of one of 15 1111515:111: ,.. IItlllll
Ellen: Shaw Luce Dallas S. ,
81st Birthday Mrs Anita White and VI l.tAIH' I. .11.-1.\11:: I
potluck luncheon I served to 101 home of tcuins M..rlllCuunty ambulance and the sutras.
nd I't,111il1: : :
nNJh,1u4
friends The lunch and speeches sons candidate for ,umstublc District 4, Shaken were the occupant) luce specilic peTfornuineo of con- i hie.: ;rr.t: :I
up
Mrs. Ora Belle Grose Ury W tract Crary, Crary and Crary
which followed were enjoyed by Sweden it tothose and! attendant, Arthur Breeden Jr., ; 1'1"lulIrJ. II'KB1I' :
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Va.. who visits her daughter.m. Mrs William H Funk and population equal of the second auto Airs Betty
of Denmark four, T heir was 1oa.1.ltl1r"H: : ;I ,,',,| '
all present.Anna Norway and thirty- passenger Long Hill driver: her two-year-old ,
law Mrs. Phil Grose, and family daughter Cindy Jackson Miss, APPI.It ,\ II()\" I OKMVKRIXC.K 1,1,1I.I.l) t, NI.I HUH", .Un. ,
Laura Circle had chargeof each winter celebrated her eighty- are visiting the Travis Stones. tm.: \Htll: K>IKNT! IMitL: AII\l Ell'I'It*:W>:%'r sun, Joey and her niothir.in-law, ; LICINSIJtRobert 5150. I
and lunch. An arrangement Mrs. Jeanetlc all of Ph'nbinls. I
decorations Compton .
first birthday on Saturday April ... .
Harrcll Virmon to Aulustu MUM K) IIIMl 1. tl HI11II101
of white mums was on 18 Sergeant and Mrs. Less Sutton IndiantownAceurdng. I.....1'11.1' \1.101
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the speakers table and colored Members of the family here and family West Palm Bench CITY OF STUART, FLORIDA, to Deputy Sheriff Holmes Grave. both of NI1'1r'te: : M ll .liialr,I:I', uivrWNuicoulda

mums and Easter lilies decoratedthe gathered at the home of Mr. and spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. DELINQUENT TAX LIST 1963 Floyd McAllister the Martin I Vero Beach. I In.n"i Robert MayuurelViningtlcr. :; : ., .. '. :,
sanctuary. Mrs. Claude Grose Eleventh Hobby Savage County amlnilaiKC picked up the II"'d I I ii i Cluuu n h. Inr
NOTICE Port Salerno to Jcanelto I D. NJIIIIH. Hi' i'IriMIt ( tl,' Nli I ifc
Mrs Leona Smith presented Rev. Street on Sunday April 19 to Mr. and Mrs Clarence Campbell patient after she fell f'I1a/ moving I ill\, !,i I .Irii: H 'r.'tnit: :I fur M.1, ::inn
truck driven by Junu.ii I Prci. .Fort Pioree "" U. I I'15rlds' wl I 'i' I II.IIr9
Sharp with a purse and made appropriate honor her. Okccchobee spent Sunday NOTION: la hireh KV! <'n that 1h.. following d, ,,'rlb'd tun U Kill la Tucker of Indiantown! Tucker :I: Miff\ :\HM\N: sad, 1'LUlt\' :l.: \ .HMIIHNII.M
remarks on his capability She has forty seven grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence old at puullo auitlun at noon on Ui. tat day of Jnno'' 1HU4 at uhn utyHall Urn as German steel / ,\iL, hie wife. 5I .
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and influence during his ministry and thirty great.grandchildrel\ as guests In tho Pity if Stuart, I minly ni Martin, Ktali' .f rHmlJi; lo | ylh, wa turning into Hooker Park, West concerns irr 5''" I Pltl ll II. I..1.1 'i'/'IO'i/ | :
Utly amount", due fur luxe hor.ln ail opp"sll* |u tliu 111,,.., together with all McAllister said an the umrmliituc h a V 0 successfully developed a mil, I I.I"II.U I "\. .n.I1IIIII.l1 I hli
here. here and in West Virginia She left wirr. .
coals of u.h ailu and advertising: corr"ion-proof non- steel n' d,1rodsul i wail' .II to
Laura Circle is Mill came through 1 Indlanlown going niugnel e tl. hlK ".>t an"I hnt I Illlur rll"
April The Anna
for her home Monday
Rev and Mrs. Sharp came here on Owacr Urnirlallaa ml I.aa for Mothers Day .
orders .
ten years ago from Archwood\ 20 taking of squadron of twelve rod t honed' ,1""I..r I ll, \1'1'' fu1'
a
choice of W. 1I.: a'l1I1I'I'W' who was north bound, made I ly ''nnl, i Moan In nluI. Mania
Church Cleveland Ohio This was corsages. your mums t. the lawn ., Muarl. t'I"rlm a left turn Into Deem Market and U-boati for service in the U.ilkun I',,","'l> 'II,,'illn' .ni 11''ll "?'Ii...kV
bis fourth parish and fifty years GIRLS ATIFM roses or carnations. part .f <..." I..I U, KM M u" tin, Nh IH, .,r M.. 'in"4Hi .
IIOIISK! PARTY 5 1'.p ann. 1141H I collided with the ambulance 1 hoI 6541111.ADSiei l''ut\I""r, : I r.. I wlnii iIIN'III''t' I p | rlya
of ministry were celebrated here Mr and Mrs. Allen Riley have John A A laulln Wellington . . . . 14 I.SIlimilllM lawrcnce I car wa then knocked -- sat I Inlth:: \ In :Mil I I'inn1; ll.I"l 4.l .
on Nov 3. 163 Alice Crews and Debbie Van Mrni M or 1'II'fl"'II'I'III' 'I'n 011,"" I" h..lI" i'"unlr. 5h1rh14' ,
home SeaGate
moved into their new in al'm" i0% 1 IH IK* Into the )M till car which: was in the HHiUII: rH'IIIIOI\ K 51954 1 lu."II
Mrs passed here Tuinen attended the GA Association ,. lir.I Thal, the
Sharp away Harbor 5 ml "'.ow' Florida market parking lot Nntl a U hereby Klvnn
Fcb 22, The house party held at WestSide ** part ml I". KW >/, ml andrllan.d under. I5. iiov,, I'I..II'i N .1,11, nn0 hill,, "I 1,1' ,,,s 0, ."...
on :r1the youngwomen's Ariz. Ik* HH./4. lira 4 TINt: or <'h,i>ur limr.i/ bows I ur 5.1. I hi, 0ru,5 out ul its. lode.." I Ir I' "
Circle church was Baptist Church Fort Pierce,, Dale M. Jerome Phoenix, H4IM KI C RUB sroac Ala of 11141; will r.nl.t"r will. l:1; tin:, or, nldi5a i I., 'Iii,,, n1,1,, I'"., .
named in her honor. I all day Saturday, Mrs Doris Van brought his parents the Gay Jcr Mildred Jolm.on .. . . ... .. . . . . 4 t 411,Tl IN LAKIOKIU; RANK (li-rk of 'I'ho ('I.. silt I',,n rt I iu. slid III Sit l ',I Ih'I"b."iI tinok III',, 111111u",11
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M.HIn t' I Slot IU, '" I 'I I In I'UiI r.
Six friends from Archwood lumen took them up. The girls I omen. home Saturday. After spend- 1.'Fnll'fll': 1II"flll'll t.IN. fir r ,'.I lpt ,.t pi'our iinlv': of, t'uhll.sllns;: :\ :! t up; fMHM 11. I 1',1.,, l Oounly, o"Ia. ,. .uuII'
Church the winter i in represented the Palm City Baptist t ing the weekend here he returned luna al a,...., r'l.>rl lItoburt Stock of the I First NatIonal Bank noll'r 111. Si' IOu ,,', nlu, 1n- \ "?'lIor4.,
spending I Monday to Phoenix UUkonlo' ... ... . . . . . 14 19.81 of Lake Worth valued It $2.300MM .,. 'Ilt MAIIIN: 51n11N'I' ANTI 4T1III.AON ,
,
Cocoa and Decrfield Chapel ,
Florida at ulld'r whi'h sea .III .nll"O" i 11010 ; I L i i,1"
.. ( '0.) has been l purchased by O. D ..I'I'I.
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Rev. Lawrie J. Sharp Mr. and Mr:II.III I'a l.mn. Kincaul. a major stockholder 01[ :: ebusln.' ; ... lu Stuart, Iblraint'rinntr : : P"ltfl'I'IIY, I'' ''" I'CI" ,
and Mrs. Peter Mania I'.".'" lurlila. MITE; Iliql ,11. pnrli.. I \, "r ."leI Jl,' rt::
T"eTO Mrs Jolly Bo/one lIonlut.W.. McClurt .. ..w. . . . .7 A I I 111''.llfrlltlrll fifteen banks in Kentucky: Kin. la/I ,t "i In: .I husinsaa ..t' ,. I.1V,1\ :: "i'tr;;knl,5'
SPECIAL"CLEAN Kochan were dinner guests of the caid it I also a major) k>ckholdeiIn r NAl1NNiI LAW 511ii, Iil'Llitlt M y
'" ""11I1'10'11 lIk 1W.. ,r V.ro I10urh, I"I"rld"/ ..ndI fHWtf )
evening
Mark Bakers Thursday ,
..... ., .,...r'. frlwrl.a the Bank of Stuart (fornierl) thus' Sr. .'III"1 1Wrsp. THI:'RUJW AMI HI 'ir'//
Filanowskl lirl.a part ., ... ,.:v. Peoples Dank) and a principal/ In I hut,r.,::.f.I" na/d: \M1u.luea, : : \ ,,.is fns 1 phii 1: i;,,, *,
'" Mr and Mrs. John ml lk. M;:', ., ... 1T...... AW lilt Flint N"tJ".1, I lItIIl P lldlne.,
7 9 C celebrated their I twenty-eighth IIH 1111 .. IH IU S, I.ana the current purchase of Rudic I tipa'I.A14 I. I M, I", w2"b. : 1I7 Ntnb' Hurtila
BLANKETS Now EACH w WSl U, Stuart .' April'!!) 10, May_ r, II 11 I 5044 1lIbl'I'I; ''d. LNr / .
24. _: .
wedding anniversary. April ... .. 14 It TMliuill --- ---
I avid H.K W Irullt, l-rmman! : :: :: :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : I it al 14Mi. a

STORAGE OR been Mrs visiting Florence Summerville Taylor, who. has N. Kuih.. U It, O W, lakMloa*.r:.i>m n .:: : : : : : :: : : : : :: : :i94' ".f. .il.i ,III I 11 II I 'W

several weeks is returning HlllltHH .....K. t 1111
J for
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3-Blankets cleaned packaged in heavy vinyl
.l HUOMIitv af iarl .f
Saturday.Mr. ".:da.lll,." nal.illvl.l..n .1.. r
zippered bag, ready for summer storage. (A $4.29 art "..u.. I.....", .'.".'41.

value.) .. . . . . . . . $3.00 have .a and little Mrs son Judson Robert Minear lloyd Lena M<.Cl.niloii Huff ,set. .4, ... 1. ...... .p.Mss. .. .11.TIN. . 7 I lull.61HII Vote For

FREE PICK-UP DELIVERY who was presented! for Christian 'T 1I.ITIII'II'1t la MM v...
l.r.It rNI: \I'I.: ..*
! baptism and consecration ut the ... < ann 9 Sunday morning services m the ..lIl, n.l.e ... r:..! 111al <>
J LAUNDRY. I Church ,.. US i>l Ik* aW/4 ...
Congregational a 1'.31111 111154'
I /IV altlteled. CLEANERS INC. Illlum A Ann Anvevlne . . .I N '0' lot 10 I IS.IIKM
Mr and Mrs J. N Reed Al- P
, "1'111'11 I I.SKIS Mill. ISABELEVANS
S 530 COLORADO AVENUE SltHRr AT 7-1755 toona. Pa., were overnight guestsof I,III'II-: .l lll>H l.l<>% Mia.art .
Mrs Marietta Ymglmg on MonVOTE >'litrl,I* l'H"a la ,... 11
1', 20 COMMERCIAL S1RFET JENSEN BEACH! AT 7.1811 .5111 U Vt .r nwy kaa
day HUM _
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I 5; ifl, COMMISSIONER ln P5.1/, K a.nan la ar'nwy.I!II 0' !..ml.. ika an, you know that in Florida, 42 out of/ 67 Counties have Women*

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Nr . . Registrars Elect fully qualified trained, business woman fora
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4 a ) TINM HIIK, Ira I.. seal EVANS PLEDGE TO YOU
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Good A. F N. .Bulldera Inn . . . ,9a II I'."
A Businessman For
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t Business In Government .41,11111115...... "....... f..h..'11,1 Y/.1..f 1. Give every resident fair, impartial and courteous service.
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af ,s9/: 4 af NI/I./151.4: else in running; the
Good Government Better Planning .* r: loW af % we/4 afft 2. Will not delegate authority to anyone
EVERYONE WANTS :", ml k.. 4 T..p ma
...'.'.'"" '* "..*. office.
& Zoning, UnContaminatedVatervays.. Everyone in Martin William L.: Gall Martin"0 . . . . 7 1 *.3OMI .

I County wants an Independent Candidate not connected with a *TSP91ss sl/l/l'rPls PINK,. Ika 118'..... 3. Can and will devote full time to the job. ,

their Commissioners to Ful ., .....,. ,1.511..Ir.
Political Machine. Everyone wants t larlila.ri- af fcrlna Ik* a W'/i.ah,af.l"l.rt l.>aaf 4. Will not hold another Martin County or private.job.

fill Their Promises. a r-r, *r M. i i .: amiIt

J. ""' 911 In* I HIM 5. Will install modern, efficient methods and systems.
Prc-Elcc- thru *Randolph Carol rieraon' : ::::: : :: : : : : : : : ::::: 1.I 4 161rlTI
Convenient
NOBODY WANTS "Across the Board : <" TIIHrr: OF II. 6. Work with civic and public groups to.create interest in voter

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Don't be fooled by Commissioner Saunderson's sudden burst of/ Yawl/. 7. Keep voting machines under direct supervision.

fixing roads and other vote-buying measures. We got nothing until Mrs.f.n.Ifc II. W.W. Ldwafdl'M.nma5..;.. ::: :: : :: :: : :: : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : M. n 50,94 117// 8. Conduct schools of instruction for election officials.

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VOTE FOR A NE\V COMMISSIONER H4.K ,. r. 1. '". .
R a.l t. !IJ l/ &1:11 10. harmonious relationship with the county commissionand
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t JOHN B. MACARTHUR i. W. t>,M.. ..,.... .Trarl/iti;:::'xHt. K1%.U 11." "A vote for ISABEL EVANS as your SUPERVISOR OF',


Wllltam B. a O..I. Martin .. ,Trait .J I .tu Ida
DIST. 3, HOBE SOUND, PORT SALERNO ITwq ./ U.II REGISTRATION is a vote in the right direction"tmU

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Paid Political AdverU IC t) Tax Collector of ("r of tuart, (
A DEMOCRATIC PRL\IARY-MA 5T1I ( Martla Couotx. florid*,
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<-ATiqt!'!VARY (Tli.) NfW Thursday April 30, 1964 SAlFRNO SOUTHERN a covered dish luncheon at 12:30: Church Florida-Georgia District Judm Minear, MiperlrtendentM0HWU
Its Youth Week at METHODIST I p.m. on May 1 at the Hobe Sound it being held this week in Miami wonty, is at 11 o'clock,
r "trrai araaraariNaatls "rav s' Rev DuraM H. Knight Jr. Presbyterian Church.ST. Pastor Donald Schroeder will be The wrwon wI\1 be by DJ3 the Rev of
will speak on the in attendance all week. Amos Wilier C Owwbaoh,
Basis for Christian subject "The" JOSEPH'S ROMAN: Sehrarom I is delegate from Re- Cherry Hill, N J.W. .
Communion,
First HereThis at the 9:30 worship service this I CATHOLICThe deemer and Reuben Dower is alternate *.".., 'i FMtow Wp masts on
Baptist Sunday morning. [ weekday MaMet from Wednesday, May 6, frwi" 10 a.m.
You Can't Love" will be business
Buy 3 The monthly
Sunday !school! will follow the Monday through Thursday will be to pm
the next In the series on familylife will be held after lunch
week April 26.May J. is worship service at JO 45, and will at 8:30: a.m.; Friday, 1 a.m. and by Dr. Oswald) Hoffmann on meeting On Wednesday evening May 6,
be under
the ,
7 7:30
direction Saturday : a.m.
Youth Week in the First Baptist of Winston p.m.;
Woodson the Lutheran Radio Hour Sunday the monthly meeting of the "hoardof
Perpetual Miraculous Medal Novena -
Church Sunday morning. April 7 35 WSTU."Is will be
evening at : over trustees of the church
26 the Rev. Forrest Watkins presented The evening service will be held will be held Tuesday eve. Positive
_,_,_n._ _" 'n"'m. the key to the church to rs at 7:30: Sunday at which time testimonics ning at 7:30.: the the theme Thinking on Sunday Enough7"la series held at 790: pm will
the Baptist Youth, who filled placesof regarding ,the recent trip The discussion club will meet The Prayer Group meeting
Ft.ItS'r'METtlOI>ls'r OSCFOIA STREET of "This Is the Life, the
I to Alabama will I not be held this Friday morningon
SOUTHERN MITHODIST: leadership' in the Training, Union be given. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. in t the Lutheran Church TV
Stuart I program United Church
All activl Prayer service and Bible study room. The Constitutionof account of the
that meeting
Sunday night .
Wednesday April 29: The chnnCcl Sunday !school Is held each Sunday ties of the church during the week i It held each Wednesday beginning the Sacred Liturgy, fdw""by Sunday Ascension! on Channel Day services 4 at 9 will am be Women meetin Nohe the Presbyterian
I Choir 'will rehear at 7:10 morning i beginning: at::AS and will he pointed to Baptist Youth. at 715: 'p.m. This Wednes the Second Vatican Council I held on Thursday, May 7 at 7:30pm _Church' Sound:-
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It under the direction Rev On Sunday morning the youth day the pastor will give the last be the topic of discussion' in Redeemer Church ,
Churles Bennett. will fill offices in the Sun .t.ti lecture on the teachers' framing instructions for the r-
pmFriday. group Religious Mrs Jane Wallace chairmanof
i lied [
May I I. the I) n
The morning worship service day school will act as teachersand course high 'school students are held every the Ladies Guild, has plannedand '\'.YE
Church" ,'omen of Martin County will he held at II. Rev. Durward in many other places of lead. i Monday from 7 to 8 p.m.; for prepared a Mother-Daughter "F',
will meet lor covered dish lunch. H. Knight, will penk on the subject ership throughout the church and iiovAirsKingdom WITNESSES/ elementary students every Saturday Banquet' for Friday evening, May I
'con.nd May Fellowship Day meet. "The Basis for Christian act u ushers Hall, Britt Road from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. H, at 6 p.m. Mrs. Rodcen Bishop
log at the First I Presbyterian Communion," at the worship service I On Sunday, May 3 the youth Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Theocratic Fifteen postulants will receivethe and Mrs. Ethel Prange are ticket
Church in Kobe Sound. Everyone this Sunday will return the key to the churchto Ministry School; 8:30: p.m., service holy habit of the Sisters of St. chairmen.
"in invited The meeting l begins at Pastor's office hour are held Rev. Watkins. This is a highlight meeting. Theme: 'Turning by Discipline of St Augustine In a cere Vacation Bible School will beheld
12:30: pm. The junior choir will weekly from 2 to 4 on Wednes- In the year for the churchas for Yielding Fruit" I :::&h be held 1 at St Marys; June 8-19 with Mrs. Eleanor
,hearte, at 3:30 p.m. days. the young people take over all Sunday, 7 ]).m", Bible study with i. Cathedral on Friday May 1 alit Antos as superintendent
Sunday, May 3= The worship Prayer service and Bible study, place of -responsibility In the aid of Watchtower: Memo "The a.m. The church is open for meditation
tervien will be held at 8:45 and under the direction of Rev.Charles entire church program for one Privileges of the Christian' Worn- Friday of this week will be the and day and the
II 'AmUh the pastor Rev Waiter Bennett, Is held each Wednesday week. EDDIE OWE Is "Youth WeekPastor" an" first Friday of the month and rose display garden open to the
1>.'Jewip. delivering the mea evening at 7:30AH On Wednesday evening, April ] at First Baptist Churchof Monday, 7:30: p.m., Bible study the 7 a.m. Mass will he followedby public.
"Mgev Church school will l begin 29, the Sunday school council Stuart. : 'Abraham Worshiper of Benediction of the Most! BlesSed -
at 10 a.m. Junior and Senior MYF MINTS' IPISCOPAL meeting and covered dish supper study and who would like Jehovah, Brings Family Out of Sacrament and the Litany of FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
30 Jessica Heath will be held the church [ anyone Babylon" the Sacred Heart. Confessions will
Will begin at : p.m. i in Fellowship to take part is welcome, The Ma- SCIENTIST
Monday May 4: The Mtthoddi Thursday April 30, St Catherine Hall The regular prayer scrvc blc Bogies class meeting will be Assemble at Kingdom Hall for be heard Thursday from 4:30: to East Ocean Blvd., Stuart
,. <' Men .viU have their prayer of Sicna; 10 am, Holy Communion will be held Wednesday evening I held Friday night at 745: at thehome participation infield ministry: Sat 5:30 p.m. and from 7:30: to 8:30: Sunday morning service at 11
fneeting at 7 '.mXueiday Intention: 'Increase of at 7:30: followed by the youth of Mrs, James Mills, urday and Sunday,.915: a.m. p.m.A Lesson-sermon subject May 3:
1 Life the Parish and adult choir rehearsals at 815.: --- retreat for men will be heldon
5 Joanna Circle Spiritual in I Punishment"Sunday
May : Saturday morning at 8 a kickoff Everlasting
the weekend of 1 1.3 at Our
will meet At 9:30: a.m. AdahCircle Friday, May 1 I. SS. Philip and On Thursday evening Eddid breakfast will be held In the FIRST' May school, i I a.m. Nursery
PRESBYTERIAN
of Florida Housein
Lowe will the Indian I Lady Retreat SECOND in Florida. An essayon
,. Martha Circle: and Prift- James: 6 M.m"? Holy Communion. represent church Fellowship Hall for the provided.
River Association at the Pine Lake Drive North Palm Beach. "Alexander Hamilton, a Revolutionary
will meet at 2 Intention: "To Know Jesus As Speakers
cilia Circle
p.m. beginning of the !study book "The .
Joann Circle will meet Tuesday the Way the Truth, and the Life" Tournament at the Regional Train- I Faith They Kept" Rev. Watkinswill Sunday, May 3: 9 ajn, church The ladies of St. Joseph Guild 8 Wednesday, Testimonial meeting, Patriot" :won second
Saturday, May 29am.: bake ng Union Convention at the First school (classes' for all ); 10 will receive Communion at the p.m.Reading place for Linda McClure in the
ages
9:30 a m at the teach this cUss ac"ion. At 6pm. .
May 7am Mass 3. Room 282 Ave.
on Sunday May : Flagler
ift Beach Bank Chairmen Baptist Church I n Melbourne a.m., service
sale, Jensen worship (Sacramentof for sixth
contest graders
home of Kenneth Griffith, a "Youth Progressive Dmntr' essay
Cars will leave the church at 6 Communion The regular monthly meeting of nue: Monday through Friday, 10
Mrs F f. Cook and Mrs H. Dor- )
North JUver Shores will be held. Those attend. the St. Guild will be held statewide recently held by
Circle I will Joseph a.m. 2pm ; Saturdays, 10 a.m.,
Sacrament of Penance I.
meet at 2:30
ing. 56pm :
Ada and Priscilla Circlet will imFriday ing are asked to meet at the p.m. Monday evening at 8 in the meet 1230: p.m.Christian. the National Society of the
at 6 a Youth on Tuesday May 5 at the homeof
meet 'Tuesday, May 5 at :2 p.m. Rogation Sunday, May 3: 7:30: Christian Spizzonnktum"evening will beheld ; church. Mrs A. ''Sydney Lowne 169 Ing room. Stephen Schmidt will Science radio program, Daughters of the American
at the church. a.m.., Holy Communion 9 a.m, at Sandsprit Park starting witha I Sunday morning at both t the Ocean View Drive, Jensen Beach show a film and give a talk on "The Bible Speaks to You" may Revolution. Linda, a student at
Martha Circle will meet Tues Family Communion: ; II a m, Holy hot dog roast A group of young morning worship services, Eddie Circle 4 will meet at 9:30 am turtles. be heard over WSTU, Stuart, Julian D. Parker elementary
May 5, at 12 noon at the Lowe, Youth Week pastor, will 1450 kc, at 7:15 p.m. Mondays. I
day. Communion. people from Miami will come up on Tuesday, May 5, at the homeof !school is the daughter of Mr
home of Mrs Elmo Station' Hide. 4 7 30 here bring the message. His subject will Mrs. Kenneth REDEFMER LUTIIFRAV Topic for May 4: "Your God
Monday, May : : p.m", vestry to he with the youth of our I Bailey and Mrs. Dan McClure
he of Mind" Rev Forrest and Your Health,
away Mn, with i a covered dishpicnic meeting. church for this event. Can will "Peace The deacons will meet at 7:30: Worship services are held every
Those attending arc asked Rogation Tuesday' May 5: 7a leave from the church. The Build! I H. Watkins will have as the topicof pm on Sunday, May 3, at the Sunday morning a t Redeemer One of the \vorld largest atom
,to bring table service. .,m,, Holy Communion IntentionFor : en Training will begin the his" message' at the evening service church. Lutheran Church East Ocean CONGREGATIONAL: / smashers was dedicated recentlyat
Persia Circle will meet on Thursday Those Who Produce, Process study of eU of Bot ki' Frl I God i Way For A Revival"Iceland The Circle leaders will meet on Boulevard at 1030: a.m., with I (United Church of ChrUl) the Argonne National Laboratory
May 7 at 9:30: a.m. at the : Package and Market Our day night at 7:30: at the home ofMr. May 1 at 10 a.m. with the pastor Bible class and Sunday school The Bible Union Church 0 n near Chicago. It cost $30-
home of Mr*. Roma Rasmussen, Food" Note new time: 7:30: p.m., and Mrs. Roy Hamilton Rev is one of the world The May Fellowship of the preceding at 915: am East Ninth Street Palm City, holds 000,000 and required four yearsto
.White City. St Ann'i Guild-meeting _,J. W Marion will lead! in the most volcanic_areas,-I United Church Women will hold -The-- -convention--.. -, -of-the- ,Lutheran-- church school at !:!.:. am: with i build.
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.I ED MILLER REPLIES : '




To the Voters of Martin County: -. .
See how Commissioner Saunderson tried to misleadg'ou in last weeks Stuart
I state here and now that t I have no political J ambitions-I am not in this of-
News the tanks original slated for Rio.
flee for the pay I receive nor for any "PAY OFFS" from anyone. I endorse on gas storage

Mr. Chris Kalh and 1\fr, John 1\facArthur because I sincerely believe they
Here's the truth from the former president of the Rio Civic Club.
are 'THINKING MEN" and will not be a Yo.Yo on a string for any man

or political machine. '


LET'S SMASH THE POLITICAL MACHINE .


TIME FOR ANOTHER CHANGE Pin. Lane Rio



BACK i : THE '1 EN'I Mr. Miller: April Jensen 23 Beach., 1964 Florida



should Ilk* to at the record itralghi on a most misleading statement by Commissioner

1 Saunderion In his political advertisement Thura., April 23rd In th* Stuart New.
WHO WILL BACK I YOU

ti U my sincere conviction that you Commissioner Edward Miller wer the instigator of the

Investigation that led to the discovery that Caa Storage Tub could not b* Installed la a
VOTE FOR
locality toned ae C-1.


Before this Investigation waa started by you Mr. Miller, this toning change was passed by

th* county commissioner on a 3 to 2 vote, to permit th. Installation of these lanky

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Commissioner Muller and Bruner voted against the change, and th* deciding rots in favor

of It was cast by the Chairman of the Commission, Mr. Frank Wacha. who Ia I Commissioner

for Rio In which the tank were to have been located This vote was cast In opposition to a

ruling of the Zoning and Planning Board and against the wishes of a large group of con-

JENSEN-DISTRICT 1 atltuenta from his district.


VOTE FOR JOHN B. Th* people of Rio are grateful to you Mr. Miller for your efforts oa their behalf and for the

fact that due to year Investigation Jhes tank are now located la Golden Gat. A corn



merclallone Captain John area J, Dlxon permitting Moderator this type of th*installation.Protest Meeting held at the Rio Civic Club.I this

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t, lvi AC A R I H U R controversy, agrees with m* completely on this Very subject.truly yours, !




: Alexander B. Wilson

( PORT SAL ERNO-IIOBE SOUND-DISTRICT 3

: Two entirely independent candidates with no promises to anyone except to

give all of the people of Martin County impartial, fair and honest govern

ment.
Now Jack Saunderson-If you dare to repudiate or confuse the issue of the

Don't be fooled by the sudden burst of Vote buying measures. Give the government "Rio gas tanks" then the Martin County voters will know and recognize your

of Martin County back to all the people. misleading policy. Mr. Wilson's letter stands as final undisputed proof.



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Install faycees Elect; I Shellfish Beds Get I Summer Basketball League THF_lliurNlay STtHRT
in June
Starts at Old Gym Sunday Cowboyet Tummy
Stuart lIyoeet, elected ., I Carter, Sandterd I
their : -
new Health I
Dept. 'Nod'Now teEGary Kick: Yoder :Tny
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[fliers fit Tuesday s regular week' Martin Ounly wmir Rein." ( ". .'hi's for the teams are: Stuiri \ Mixon", Jimmy
I meeting at ion III ImlopotHtent HisUthill. s.11".h.. Danny Kilbotirne: Jen- luMlty Glen Payne. Pat Jvfatin.
Elected were president. Ronnie I> \ I that the ovsur sea'lOlil \ears, at concerns swimming hut 1 Bclfon!! ( nrst vice president. Jack > drawing to a close. Indian River I that he hid not felt it neceonanlo day. May 1 m the Junior high S.II"llhNetter Blly Miinunm ; Ken OdomJensen .
ftirnpton, second! vice preudcnt If) I oysters on the Hutchinson Island lo putywly eaih and I I liulmntown Cowboys. Gary IW eh HighUujder* Mike
Biclc I report on every >gym> I (''mndlill i C'ro'k. Diek Bowman Ota fryan.Bohhy
Craned: recording secrery tide got a clean bill of health I report. Admission is free t to nil games. Shaw Charles Yaten. I'W-'
Max A roster of
Vickers I players by teams i isas
lecrctary. John Burgess: correspond ng I I Shellfish beds on the east sule I Wacha saij all past ,wimmmg and the puhlic l Is invited followsSluirtSnlfish: Profit Kenny Kofi hack. Ren Til.
; treasurer I
"ion Bowdrn directors. George of the Indian River ire free of I report* have indicated the arciii Sih duled games for the first : D mnv Kilbmirncplaereoieh ton Earl Cottptr EriC Holly and
-.one. Boh Bjltzer, Al 1 Hen pollution according ha letter I sate f for swimming round of pliy .tire: Franz L'hl. Arthur Jim DragsethSVLFRNO .
Roy FrisciaTh ry \' I The dopartrninis ttudics were Sunday, MIlY 3: Stuart Sailfinhv \ Spu.K. rrcd Jelte Druec Wells, ------
to County
I sent huirnian
installation of officers Frank I umlcrjtixxl) to cover: only the cam ., Salcrni NlltI"", :% r.IIIn"iun.: Bthhullmme, Bohhv Fenlon : COtPIlS :
HI bf in early June at new the annual ; A Wacha by Dr N. D Miller. director side of the Indian River from thecounty town Coboys! vs Jensen; Beach linn' Urquhurl, BII Tinimernian |111)! MfMCOMr : ,.
installation banquet, I t, \ I of the Marlin c 01 my Health line to the House of Refuge Highlanders, 4pm. lik Sinieek ,lomniy Singletir\. and Mrs Cilcn W tUrmonof
Inducted as new memhcn at airmal 1" 1' Department I Mukcum an area in which Sunday May 10( : Stuart Sailfish I"'II llruner, ( hiirlie Pml, Don Port Salerno were among memt.. .
[' induction program were Ji.oi.i.:: I, The announcement, caused apolitical requctM have been made for oyster vs Jensen Beach H ifhl/ "imlirs. :2:! nl,' 'h.ne. Ch.irles tireenlees and hers of the nvw recent Wally! /
Mhert BUckmin. Wallace, Cook uproar from Wacha opponents fiirm leases Indinnlown; Cowboys vs Saitrno \I"'k i SluekeySil I Byam Adventures In Mexico
Crawford. Harvey Piloy Jim UVVII) W. GALE IAMES! F II1GBYRl in the Citizens c'ommiitec, I No ixillunon: reports have Kin Nvllirt, 4pm. rno Kellers: Billy Milhcrs caravan hoirs was among a >group> .
Mintcr. Keith Smith Ron Vilarli In letter dited April 21. Dr, made for the west side of the river Sunday. May 17: Salerno Nit '.i" ..1h 1,11I\'er. Rid' Scammell, Jim of :2M! () travel trailers currying tourists .
| Roy Friscia, (Iloyd Ellison, 111\' \ : running for constable at Indian town. Not pictured Miller said the department had where there are numerous rest. ters vs Jensen Highlanders. :2P :! Ihlllll'hreJ"hn' Rhixlay, Mark who visited seventeen Miixioan o "
Jim Scott, Johnny Rurgess, Rusty n a third contender: Frank Snipes. reached the mid-point ol ill pollution dcncet and trailer courts, nor for m. Stuart Suilfish vs. Indmnlown H"i'k'"i'' bnYld owe, Cm ic Doug cities, disbanding on March I 19\ in
Wilkct Ronny Prckup and Jim i survey that Wacha requested the St Lucia River where there ('owbos, 4pm. 11\. I om Kenny. Phil Fcalhorstont' Mexico, They spent a month south.*.'.
onrad be made of the Indian River i are numerous uncorrcclcd pollu. I All boys from grade eleven nlI'lInnin, ( ham and Edward 1 of the border
Attempted Hreak.in made Patrolman Harry Birnesis I in the Jensen! Beach area lion abuse. down_ are. eligible-t t > play.___ t "1\1\ 'V
ROAD FXPFMMIIRFSAPPROVFI : investigating.COSSiBOOM: "A total of ninety samples have = ---- ----
) TUESDAY Is estimated Here been collected: and all have been
An expenditure of $2,550 for IS within the limits of acceptability THURS.-FRI. E: Iii LESATURDAY oWFFKOS. ':
raving small stretches of several An unsuccessful attempt to break for shell fish harvesting When ;
HOME AGAIN
roads in Indnntown was approv and enter the Co-operative Electrical the survey is completed. we will advise STUART ::
led by the Martin County ConvI Supplies Inc. building on After spending the past six you on the fin d results," the .r
I mission at a meeting Tuesday South U, S, I was reported Tueidjv months in Good Samaritan }loSt letter stated 9 A.M. 9 PM.
-- pital West Palm Beach JslorruCossaboom. Wacha reported thit persona SHOPPING n..
Within the last ten yeiri it is Police Chief Jesse I. Ta>'k>r returned home Wednesday reports have been male to hm
I estimated 23 percent of all fires said tb.it overnight three glass bl latA Mr, Covsaboom, ,whose periodically! by the lleilth Deparlmcnt .
I in the U, S were started by smok hid been removed from a rear home is on Britt Road Stuart was on the Jensen; IKach and CENTER DISCOUNT STORES SUNUUS.,
lers and careless use of matches window but thit no entry was injured in an automobile accident causeway area for the past three "m.lI1 'i, 1s ........ 9 A.M. P M. ..,..,,


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Forty'six persons forfeited a '".,
total I of $1.270 in bonds I m Martin '
County Court April 21. A Famous "decor" quality .::
Most of the forfeitures were for
vchieular offenses such as speeding
driving. reckless, driving and improper RUBBER HOUSEWARES ;

A total of twenty-one persons'
paid fines. mostly on traffic offcnses '
when they appeared in : MA. IN ASSOItTlil) COI.ORS _
court Judge Evans Crary Jr, continued
twenty-one cases; until other .
court datesMath BATH MAT

and Science I Imti-weuvr., niiHlrrn Mjkd wllli
Students Banquet I I I mitltlpUHilti nuiliiiii cups. Prevents
rlhbid
slipping unit ptrforuled -
The idee of honoring outstandIng < I f\>r fiwl. ihriihiiiuv. I4" J4".
FOR CONTINUED ORDERLY GROWTH
math and science students was I Cushiony
lauded Mond ty at Stuart Woman [
IJ YOUR ciioicr
Club where Kindreds Sunermarkel r ;

AND PROGRESS IN MARTIN COUNTYReElect *played of Marlin host to County forty-six Senior student I j I'',: Sink Bottom Mat

High j)
Holt Harncr head of the set Ruhbtr iiiHliliHied proleellimhelp
ence department at Indian River Stove & ApplianceProtector
Junior College who give an illu. I prevent. brenhatte (rated talk on osmosis. decliirad, !
that all schools should include m Mat hi fcik. Prltl,tto Ink fNtrccluln.
their program recognition of mental
Protects porreliiln and tnuimlrd Deigned for emiy drHlimgr/ extra
as well as physical
prowess
John F. (Jack) Saunderson George Rcnwick chairman of mirfuces, niukrn t\tn work ."1"1' M/ei IfxIJ" and
the 1964 Science Fair was master pur.. W IthklumK oven htul' mid
of ceremonies introducing' guests hot ulrnnlU. IS" IT". U"xI6".
and thanking all who had helpedthe
MARTIN COUNTY COMMISSIONER department throughout the

DISTRICT 3 year Drainboard Mat Durable rubber apron .ilmul lllindy. ,spar..mh,. ,...11. Toilet Top Tray

Forty ships of about twenty na ulf. wean i (ray.. Compitrlmtntii
'. Klbbed for
eiwy
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.. w" ...... ._- w' .._ .." HIT STUART (Florida) NEWSThursday
I April 30, 1964 l-tt
I SOIL CONSERVATION ----------------------
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SPRING CLEARANCEIMBN'S )
m. ,......, 'Wo" ......w.' a.....rwtws_.t The first state to enact a compulsory -
education attendance law
By LEE CASON JR. irrigation practices was Massachusetts in 1852.
with Several flower t armors have
A number of cooperators
visited the Martin Soil ('on\Crva-
the Martin Soil Conservation District
F1AIIA tun District office in the old, Post VALENTINE'SBOOK
were notified recently that Otlice Arcade or called AT 7-
the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service \111 I U. requesting help with lund RECORD: SHOP
t c v aF would deliver fingerling have grading surveys and designs! 329 Fast: Ocean Blvd.
:f for their fishponds. They have received -- CLOSED AU DAY
', : u.1 earlier deliveries of finger The official language of Sikkimis WHVNESDVYSBeginning
CLQ3PJNJSSTARTS
a ling red-ear and bluegill bream I mlish It \\pf\lclilll11cJ officiil May 6th
Bream and bus receivers are the .
to offer a common tongueto I-' the Summer
THURS. APRIL 30TII City of Stuart E. I, Kelly W. J. the diverse peoples living in the or
1 Y I Matheson! Stanley Smith P.. O.I I tun "Himaltyan I ,: _kingdom.Reuu'mbe'r .: __ _
and Farm -
Thomas Westbury
LEVI SLIM FITS I Assistance with the devcll'p.I I
I mcnt. treatment, and management '
of fishpond U one of the ninny if t r.''-

$ st h $2.50 Conservation ways in which District the Martin helps Hi Soil cooperators illay lth( 4;' '1 m1Iler,
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in planning applying
Sun 28.36 t and maintaining, agricultural conservation It's ,Mother's Day. )
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practices.
Soil conservation surveys 0 n Call Pauline Nell
LEVI SLACKS 11 Lc photographs; and farm photographsare :
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being prepared for C. T Bur*
Or Lois Elkay f
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5 Colors Pre-Cuffed gctt of Jensen and H C Williamson
; of Indlantown. These and additional -

ne aids will be used when a "
$3 00 I Soil Conservation Service techni 1'(
$5.98 cian helps the landowners prepare : i
conservation farm plans for their iI
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Reg. r. t acreage formers. land Farm.use plan and conservation include the 11P'i :

$ 100Shen practice decisions and guides for .
b { 4i applying them. 't ,ja'I'bn
A Soil Conservation( Service engineer I :
and technician called upon _
Joe Faitella Joe Creenlecs, Jack I
CLOSING OUT 50 James, and, Tom Cunvbee of the lots KRIS10..FRS.N. : Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD.
% Allen Ranch recently to provide MIX H.\1.1 ON
All Mark II Toiletries It,. ; technical guidance with the planning i PAULINE: .'GN'thru :Saturday" PHONE 287-4453
OFFc ... < t of certain farm drainage and .
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ALL VAN IIEUSEN I II.OiilDV! INDLSfRIIISI: at New York WorM f"11I ,opening Owen K Murphy of Port !Sewnll ..
right president ot Niagara Therapy Corporation Ala ,>'illc. Pa. is shown with Charles Murphy, 7 "
vice president discussing: plans for the firm exhibit II the Better Living Building some 100 persons ::=E
)W DRESS SHIRTS will be demonstrating Niagara equipment then and n the Travel and Transport.it ion Building / When JOB want icmetluag good. ,
really good|o drink. '
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1 SHORT AM LONG: SLEEVE: : good iareyonthinkcMiilw
Can you think of anything! that would

t'24 ._ 50% Off Adult Education Teachers' Here and tote better than a tall gloss of loo cold n3L
And when yon think of a healthy lariat.
Sites 1417V4ASSOR1MENT you think first of roUt: All in ail.
*1 ilk fa nature""most nearly perfect food_'
T" OF Receive Certificate of MeritAt \\healthyl end a delightful bevcrago anytime.

So whenever you think of

;i Long Sleeve Shirts the annual Florida Ldiica- cussed the possibility it might have 'thank all teachers in the adult Good AIIII1Ica1th-thlDk of Mtfe! ..
tion Association meeting in Miami I with the State Department of Education program for their interest in the
so far as this county is adults of this area and for their 1 MM MOT comet or won steams
Tapered Reg. last week Mailm County Adult concerned in allvtmg units and I professionalism and loyalty to the . ._; .
Oxford Cloth $4.50 $2.00 Education teachers scored an important hours for us from year to year. cause of adult education in Mar oo. y
honor for tills area "1 want to lake this means to tin County," _he concluded
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The Florida Adult Education :_ .
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Association' awarded certificatesof '
merit to the counties which had
MEN'S SWEATERS all 50 % state 100 per gioup enl mcmxrship 'in the -I

OFF 1 here were only six counties I
in the stues sixty-seven which
received the award and Martin

MEMS ALL tOOl HOSE FASHION.. ........... .. ..... ... ..... ....... ...... 40% oF I County We kwon: all 1 of the the while six. that' TO THE PEOPLE 'OF. MARTIN COUNTY:
1 we had some very fine superior ...
1 RACK OP DACRON & LOFTON instructors in our adult "school herein .' .

SPORT COATS ........................:.................:.. ............. $1500REG. I the county" said E. B. Horton, .'.. Ada .
REG. $19.95, $22.50, $25.00 37-46 director. We also knew that they ;
were doing an outstanding job for
10CKY& VANHELSENUNDFRWEAR the adult population of our area.

....................... ................. ............ 500F I had suggested to them In that 100 It has been to needs the ., '....
per cent membership our association our pleasure serve'' your banking over .w
would bring many bene-
IHCKOCK

WALLETS AND KEY CASE ... ......... ....... 50% 01.*, well fits to as each collectively.of us individually We also div as past >ears. It is through your confidence and support that we have ;

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MUSS: RtG. PRICED MFRCILVNDISL: Hunting(I Season grown with Martin, County. ; jt 1"
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DURING THIS SALE ............. ....... ..... ...... 10 OFF Starts Nov. 14 t t".";, .wa; ,W t-'

N Florida I 1964-m general hunt *>
ing season<< for resident game birds time
Now it is to
JUST FOR WOMEN and animals will open Saturday : say l \
Nov 14 except in the Third Con.. ', '. ,"tI ', .'. ,'1-1. r.
servation District where the season
Ideal MOTHER'S DAY Gilts will open Nov. 21.
The opening dale-applying to
deer turkey. quail squirrel and ,. .
bear 11'11llet at a formal meeting
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of the Game and Fresh Water
ALL LONG SLEEVE: :
fish Commission at Tallahassee'
You.
April 24. according ti> A D Aldrich Thank

SUITS & 400/ director. ...
Hunting will be allowed, everyday ,
DRESSES in the Fourth Conservation ., (
OIF' District, which include Martin

r County.

i ff4a1 The bees of a really busy of hive e To all our friends who feel they must leave for the summer. We .
collect pollen
SLACKS & may two pounds

U JACKETS ENSEMBLES 400/OFF'YOUR a day -- have enjoyed seeing you and serving your banking needs while 'you, 1'\\


t were with us and we look forward to seeing and serving you when

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To you who arc staying with' us in Martin County, we trust ? : .
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TABLE OF REG. $7.95 $ '

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Alterations, Extra During Sale
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NEW FAR rERS Of AMFRlCl one of the most active agricultural and a former treasurer of. the slate chapter; Willie Gary, reporter

I organizations at Sluort Training School, and a part of the : Conrad Patterson, vied president; Sylvester Clark, watchman -

overall agricultural program. The officers' of the NFA ; James McCarthy, treasurer, and Arthur Holloway, secretary BEAN PROJFCT Is one of the several agricultural efforts at STS. at STS is finding available land for agricultural projects Student

chapter. are left to right.. : Luther Lewis, -president of the StS chao- and past secretary of the state chapter of NFA Shown above are students from the tenth grade working in the working, left to right are Wilson Guthrie, Leonard lean,.
beans The students borrowed the unused land from the city of George Harris, Samuel Crist and Douglas Bennett.

Backbone of School's Curriculum :;. .: ;rote," xa Stuart. on which to grow the heans One of the major problems
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Williams is always glad to explain pupil planning formulating specific this "hub" in the farm program gram and obtaining a home,
Farm Education/ Strong, Course Here at the STS program to those goals, selling up problems, include obtaining and analyzing Under miscellaneous activities
who are interested and using the scientific approachto farm information; making a com are grouped jobs that cannot Ic
: helps to fur plete farm and home survey; making .classified under any other section
The of vocational problem-solving
program ther within the boys the a map of hn homestead; keeping of the program, such as N c \\
Stuart Training But Not 'at' Martin High'Vocational agriculture high school is boys designed with a to foundation equip- skills,develop hibits. and understandingsneeded farm records, and writing a Farmers of America contest and.

or basic education in agri- for an intelligent citizen, supervised farming agreement awards, and farm safety.
I culture, and to acquaint the boys whether he continues agricultureas In the area of animal science. Through the New Farmers of
today no longer plant the crop carried 01" for many years at very few if any, MCI IS student!I with (the diversified phases of agricultural a vocation or not," Williams the boys are taught the basic information ,' America, the boys are taught boa
regarding enterprises 'to 1 acquainted with the M '\.
suid notes get
Williams
and hen sits on the porch' and MCI11, but when any course is are interested endeavors
rock he watches it within the framework The area of planning and developing applicable to Martin County, suchas planning developing, and carryingout
as grow : not selected by a sufficient number Not no at STS where many ol f Working beef, swine, poultry, and bees. the chapter program of work,
'' format, the STS a supervised tarm program
Agriculture'Is Farming! still means growing of Htudants+, the course is automatically the students may !some da) of a statewide "huh" of the The information is applied in the using correct parliamentary practices -
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crops* true but it also means marketing dropped This happened depend on agriculture for a livelihood I' agriculture program covers nine It consists the of a production program.enterprise individual boy's supervised! program I, in meeting and conductingthe
distribution )processing! MCHS" areas. They are: Jobs taught include selecting NFA banquet
business
Stressed S r complicated record-keeping(;. group "Irf order" for agriculture' be At STS, agriculture i is actually! I The organization of the Agriculture adventure.. which A is boy actually undertakes a it for and obtaining stock; providing The New Farmers of Americais
club participation and scores of considered the "backbone" of the Department; planning and a place and for
offered again at MCHS, the course and profit. It involves equipment actually an educational tool for
other items that form the maze curriculum. All boys participate i o developing a supervised farm program experience ; animals feeding and caring of
By RAY McCLURB would have to be included in the management and marketing ; the vocational agriculture depart
production
of modern agriculture. curriculum and offered to the students the program in grades nine through/I ; plant science; animal science; of and livestock. animals and judging and marketing I merit In the STS chapter there
the "Old Dobbin" has For this reason, Stuart twelve. applied forestry; farm mechanics; crops
day of Training Physical facilities such as designed animals. are two stale officers. Two hobs
passed. He has been put out to School has maintained!, under the : classrooms and. The program calls for supervised farm management; club ( New Improvement projects real estate are values -- I In the area of plant science the i also represented the State ot Floeida !
and to improve
; : ; of America) activities
of Felix provvdedAninstructor Farmers
pasture forever leadership Williams an would have to be r farming which means i a I and efficiency, boys are also taught the basic en- at the national NFA national'
in other words, gone are the agriculture program of merit. In who is qualified would business venture for profit usual))ya I miscellaneous and appearance added comfort to the terprises applicable to Martin I convention at Atlanta, Ga.
a when a good plug horse, a fact. SIS is the only school in have to be obtained The unit limited to a production cycle in i Orientation and introductory boy's give family. This type of project County such as vegetable crops Each year STS participates m
dins Y bock Martin County now involved in would' have be the farm Students do I phases to the agriculture program flowers
tongue plow and a strong : to approved by enterprise actuu usually requires a long period of and nursery plants Some the state judging contest held it
characterized agriculture in moat such a program. State Department of Education A work They keep records, learn th rural areas of America. At one time I Martin County complete course of study would value of money, gun general! information stimulants to help boys; see theimportance land; propagating plants; control-
A farm )Job is I group won an award this ;!
1, Today, agriculture has moved High School also had an extensive I have to"be ptesenfcet' the department about their communi. of agriculture i in then supplementary of skills not a ling plant diseases; transplanting year. STS is a consistent winner past
agricultural It no longer for japprovat tix>oghstudents ry, home and and lean present world the changing trends means developing "'+lakirn ,
1 into the realm of big busirwu and, program. I country learned pruning; harrestnrj Tjrad1ing r of ribbons at the Martin Court
if not big business!!, then most certainly i exists would I have to 'ha inter* the many sktlK, needed to carr y an 'well as )joh opportunities' fields in. in productive projects enterprisesor It is usually processing, packaging, and Fair ..
reliled improvement I
business hits this about eW ted in and enrollin on a farm project. and marketing products
complicated Why come at
1 justify Course materials a single job, such as fertilizing "At STS
we are to -
Visit any sizeable Martin County MCHS? Superintendent Thomas L. it to the capital outlay The students also have variou I' / requirements ormixing In the area of forestry. the boys trying prepare
plants
class selecting the
pruning for
boys future in
and procedures in a !-
: Crook said. specific agriculture
farm, no matter t whether thefarmer Crook justifies the discontinuance required clubs and organizations! where the;y concrete are taught only the identificationof if
I raises beans or citrus, and of the program this way: It becomes obvious then teaching can .exchange ideas and discus:x activities are emphasised I trees, protecting the forests they so desire to tallow -
you will -find! that the farmer of "An agriculture program was agriculture is expensive and their projects, Class _organization! ,---!teacher_ Some-.of- the jobs- -taught around and treating fence posts and other ing by agriculture.doing We They teach are them learn not
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only agriculture as such but we
I That "Old Dohbm' has been relate agriculture to science and
forever retired is found best illus to their everyday activities," Williams -
trated in the stress on farm, said.
mechanics

T Us JfIJR FRED BUD DICKINSON Farm. mechanics is an Importantpart ''I should He further be of stated utmost: "Agriculture importance

FOR ot the agriculture program to every boy in Martin County,
at STS since most of today't farms I because of the expanded citrus in*
E have numerous tractors and other dustry, flower industry, and cat
mechanical equipment.In tle industry A boy who is well
a the STS group instruction In equipped m all phases of agriculture !-
farm mechanics, the course is limited -I will find no problem In
Tallahassee friend and to basic information finding a job in the next five years
Is an assurance to the people of Martin County of personal representation in by a In the first step, departmental I am sure we will have to bring

projects and the individual hoy1 In managers, fertilize specialists.
neighbor. farm mechanics job are performed chemists, and others. simply because
Second and third year boysare : we will not have enough
allowed to spend more time trained people in Martin County
Back planning and doing I individual to do the job. I think it is very
farm, mechanic work. true that the future will belong
Boys are taught organization of to those boys who are education-
\\tb' the farm mechanic shops; shop ally well prepared In agriculture
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tools and equipment; materials and
:: DICKINSON supplies; how to prepare a work. A new gauge determines the
kv1 ? ing plan for a project; using electricity hardness of rapidly moving steel
; planning the wiring system without
the
touching metal. It
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electrical
; making minor repairs
t ; mixing and using concrete; measures the strength of the, magnetic
y I 5l welding, plumbing selecting paint field in the steel and relate
100 % and planning effective drainage it to magnetic hardness
and irrigation.
In the area of farm manage
t i FE r ment an effort is made to develop For The Rest In. .
jobs that will result in high standards
of living and a more economical Rug CleaningCall
living situation. The instruction
leans toward and corre
lates with the boys' inventory and
survey information WARREN'SAT
Some of the jobs taught in this
area includes planning a live-at- 7-1755
home program, beautification pro-
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J DAYS, 2 IGIITS.. $M.95 I INCLUDES
i 2 Nights in New York Hotel Plus Round Trip transfers to Fair,
I Plus admission for one day A tour of the United Nations BMg,
tour of lower New York and Chmatown

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I 4 DAYS, J NIGHTS ................ .. ... $39.00 I INCLUDES!
3 Nights in a New York Hotel 2 admissions
to Fair; one of four
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and Choice of
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Dickinson has been associated with the problems i 6 DAYS, 5 NIGHTS .... $99.00
A 5 Nights in a fine New York Hotel
of Martin County and can serve the people of Mar / and! Admission to Fair, Cocktail and Dinner Transfers at the to Fair and,from Orchestra Fair

better than other candidate for q / seat to a top Broadway show Tour of Upper! New York or a boat
tin County any f r Add cruise around Manhattan Visit to the Empire State Bldg

Transportation Cost By Plane, Train, Bus or Ship to the
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MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY
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Senator and Mrs. Fred O. Dickinson\\ their children, left to Call ARNO TRAVEL

DEMOCRATIC PRIltARYlIAY 5 right, Dwight, Douglas, John Daniel, Kathy, and Fred. STUART, FLA. AT 7-4640

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!NEW FARMERS Ot AMERICA Is one of the most active agricultural tti and a former treasurer oC the Mate chapter; Willie Gary, reporter

[ organizations at Stuart Training School and a part of the : Conrad Patterson, vice president; Sylvester Clark, watchman -
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overall agricultural program The officers of the NPA James McCarthy treasurer, and Arthur Holloway, secritury -
BEAN PROJECT is one of the several agricultural efforts at STS. at SIS is finding available land for agricultural projects. Student
left
chapter are, to right: Luther Lewis president of the STS chap. and pant of the slate of NFAiiacKDone .
secretary chapter
Shown above students from the tenth in the left Wilson Guthrie. Leonard Levi
...... are grade working working to right are
'no I I or acnooi n I It.s curriculum beans The students borrowed the unused land from the city of George Harris, Samuel Crist. and Douglas' Bennett I
.' :trM,, Stuart on which to grow (the heirs One of the major problems


Farm Education Is Strong Course Here at Williams in always glad to explain pupil planning, formulating specific this "hub" in the farm program I gram, and obtaining a home
I the STS program to these r goals setting up problems, include obtaining and analyzing Under miscellaneous icti III"
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who are interested and using the scientific approachto farm information, making a complete are grouped jobs that cannoi x
; The program of vocational problem-solving helps to fur. farm and home survey; making classified under any other seem"''n
Stuart Training But Not tit' Martin High agriculture i is designed to equip ther develop within the boys the a map of his homestead; keeping I of the program, such as N t' \
high school boys with a foundation skills, habits. and understandings farm records, and writing a Farmer of America contest t .."d
U or basic education in agriculture needed for an intelligent citizen, supervised farming agreement. awards and farm safety.
I and to acquaint the boys whether he continues agricultureas : In the area of animal science. Through the New Farmers ,'f
Vocational today no longer plants the crop carried on; for many years at very few, if any MCHS studentsare with the diversified phases of agricultural a vocation or not," Williams I the boys are taught the basic information America, the boys are taught h,.w
and then sits on the porch androcks MCI((5, ,bill t when any course is interested endeavors," Williams suid notes, I regarding enterprises to get acquainted with the Nr \
as he watches it grow not selected! by a sufficient number Not so at STS where many. of Working within the framework The area of planning and developing applicable to Martin County, such planning, developing, and carrying
Agriculture' Farming stilt means growingcrops of students, the course is automatically the students may some day of a statewide format the SFS a supervised tarm program as beef swine poultry, and bees out the chapter program of work
,. true but it also! means marketing ;dropped This hap depend on agriculture tor alive. agriculture program covers nine is the "huh" of the program. I The information is applied in the using correct parliamentary prat
distribution, .processing: pened at.MCHS libood ureas They are: It consists of a production enterprise individual boy's supervised program 'I (ices in meeting, and conducting
Stressed r complicated record-keeping.. group "In" order" for agriculture to be At STS, agriculture is actually The orgam/ation of the Agriculture which i is actually a business Jobs taught include selecting the NFA banquet.
club participation, and scores of and adventure. A boy undertakes it for and obtaining stock; provid I The New Farmers of Americais
offered again at MCHS the.course considered the "backbone" of the Department: planning
By RAY McCLURE other of modern items agriculture that form the maze :would have to be included in the curriculum All boys participate in developing a supervised farm program experience and profit. It involves animals ing a place and equipment and for of I I actually an educational tool tor
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feeding caring
curriculum and offered to the students the program in grades nine through : plant science; animal science; production, management and marketing the vocational agriculture departmcnt -
The day of 'Old Dobbin" has For this reason, Stuart Training Physical facilities such as twelve, applied forestry; farm mechanics; of crops and livestock animals and judging and market. In the STS chapter then
passed He has been put out to School has maintained, under the classroom shop equipmentwould The calls for farm management; club ( New Improvement projects are designed ing animals. are two state officers. Two he ii
pasture forever leadership of Felix Williams, an eat:' he provided; An farming program which means supervised a Farmers of America) activities and to improve real estate values In the area of plant science the I also represented" the State ol Flo-,
in. other words, gone are the agriculture program of merit. In instructor who is qualified would business venture for profit usually miscellaneous appearance, and efficiency boys are also taught the basic enterprises ida at the national NFA ration
days when a good plug horse, ebulldongue fact, SIS is the only achool in have to be obtained. The unit limited to a production cycle in a Orientation and introductory and give added comfort to the applicable to Martin i convention at Atlanta, Ga.
plow and a strong back Martin County now involved in would have to be approved by the farm enterprise Students do actual phases to the agriculture program boy's family\ This type of project County, such as vegetable crops, I Each year STS participates- In
characterized agriculture in most such a program State Department of Education work. They !keep records, learn the I serves as one of the motivational usually requires a long period of flowers, and nursery plants, Some the state judging contest held ,u i
'I rural areas of America. At one time I Martin County complete course of study would value of money gum general information stimulants t to help boys see the time for completion, of the jobs taught are preparing the State Fair at Tampa I I h e
Today agriculture has moved High School also had an extensive have lobe present to the i into the realm of big.huaineu and, agricultural! program It no longer for approval Enoughstudents home, and country, and learn I present world the changing t means of developing skills not ling plant diseases, tran ngprtmrrnj'stakirtj" year. STS is a consistent winner
," if not big business then most. certainly exists. ; would hove, to be inter. the many skill, needed to carryon us well as J job opportunities i nigrieulture learned in productive enterprises I I harvesting, gad: 'of ribbons at the Martin Couniv
complicated business Why has this come about al e ted in this program and enroll a farm project I :: : and related fields or improvement projects. It is usinlh ing processing, packaging, and Fair
f :Visit any sizeable Martin County MCHS? Superintendent Thomas L in it to justify the capital outlay The students also have various (' o u r s t requirements. i l11aterilllsand I; a single job, such as fertil: marketing- products- "At STS we are trying to -
farm no matter whether the Crook justifies the discontinuance required Crook said clubs and organizations where they specific procedures class (sing. pruning, selecting plants, or in the area of forestry, the boys the boys for a future in ,prepare -
j f farmer raises beans or citrus. and of the program this way: I It becomes obvious then, teaching can exchange) ideas and discuss activities are emphasized routing concreteS ,, I are taught only the identificationof culture, i if they so desire to iy follow -
you will find that the farmer ol f An agriculture program was agriculture is expensive, and their projects 'Class orgim/alion teacher ,me of the jobs taught around trees, protecting the forests t agriculture They are learnIng -
and treating fence l and other
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I farm timber. only agriculture as such, but u
That "Old Dohhm" has been relate agriculture to science and
i forever retired is found best illus lo their ,"
everyday activities VVil/-
YOUR VOTE trated m the stress on farm mechanic lams said
i''I ,. He further stated: "Agriculture
FOR SENATOR FRED BUD DICKINSON Farm mechanics is an Importantpart should be of utmost importanceto
ot, the agriculture program' : every boy in Martin County,
at STS since most of tod ly s farms because of the expanded) citrus m*
have numerous tractors and other du try, flower industry, and cat.
r mechanical equipment I tie industry A boy who is well
In the STS group instruction in equipped I in all phases of agri,

: ,, Is an assurance to the people of Martin County of personal representation in Tallahassee by a friend and farm ited to mechanics basic information, the course is lim- culture Finding a will job find in the no next problem five years In
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I In the first step, departmental am sure we will have to bring
neighbor. projects and the individual boyi' In managers, fertilize specialists!,
farm mechanics job are performed chemists, and others simply he-
Second and third year boysare same we will not have enough
Let's allowed to spend more time trained people in Martin County
i Back planning and doing I individual to do the job. I think it is very
-7r c\ farm mechanic work. true that the future will belong
r : N, Boys are taught organization of to those boys who are educationally .
fl'C.JV"1 the farm mechanic shops; shop well prepared in agriculture
BUD DICKINSON tools and equipment; materials and I
C supplies, how to
__ prepare a work. A new gauge determines t h *
ing plan for a project, using elec. hardness of rapidly steel
moving
tricity; planning the wiring systern -
I without touching the metal It
making minor electrical repairs -
; mixing) and using concrete; measures the strength of the magnetic
; 100 % welding, plumbing selecting paint, field in the steel and relate

y and and irrigation pi inning effective drainage it to magnetic hardness-

In the area of farm manage.ment .
an effort is made to develop' For The Rest In. .
jobs that t will result in high standards
of living, and a more eco Rug CleaningCall
nomical living situation. The instruction -
leans toward and correlates -
with the boys' inventory and
survey information. WARREN'SAT
Some of the jobs taught in this
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area includes planning a live at-
t 1 w home program, beautification pro 7 1755
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3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS .. .
$M.9J |NCLiTDES
; :2 Nights ,In New York Hotel Plus Round
i Trip transfers to Fair,
..u 4: i Plus admission for one day. A tour of the United Nations Bldg.
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: 3 Nights. ,in a New York Hotel 2 admissions
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Dickinson has been associated with the problems *
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of :Martin County and can serve the people of Mar, 5 Nights in a fine New York Hotel, Transfers to and from$99.00 Fair
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to Fair. Cocktail and Dinner at the Fair, Orchestra
tin County better than any other candidate for i + u a seat to a top Broadway show Tour of Upper New York or a boat
: cruise around Manhattan, Visit, to the Empire, State
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I'' MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY-

Senator and Mrs. Fred O. Dickinson unit their children, left to Ii Call ARNO TRAVEL :

DEMOCRATIC PRI1IARY1IAY 5 right, Dwight, Douglas, John Daniel, Kathy, and Fred. II I STUART FLA. AT 7-1640
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THE STUART (Ha) NEWS Thursday, April 30, 1964 BY It. S. SUGAR
Cub Scouts (Tii Lulled Slates Sugar! ( "nl'
oration ended Us griming "tr ." ,
,' mllv In (lewiston .llcr\\\
Hold pn
Display CC"IOIt. a record! I 1,899 till| fI ,
tons ot sugar cane inio
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Dens No. I and No. 2. Pack .1 '_ i>,n, sugar and II).094.'"in gllur. ,
402 Cub Scouts met Wednesday ;. it mohsses
night April 22 at the Jensen .
Beach Legion Hall The boy enlertamed ..., BARBARA ANN LINDS \-

their parents with a song '..;..- SLORtTARHL hLR11 I( f.

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theme for the month of vyn.' Photo Coyln N",.. .
d April was Naturalists," and there. > t< : Compltl Fr. Pickup!!....torl.1. D.IK s..", .,,
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were many interesting projects on r: i
'f.> 187-4 3T Lkn.dut
display which the boys had nude I

The theme for next month is r4 -
The First Americans." It is hoped -
s. at this time that .more parents ,
will attend and what the sit
see just s5(4,H&Of5 i
boys do at their den meetings '., as.R
Som of them will really be surprised I 11 "
at the knowledge of their
young sons

Dave Dcci! was awarded two For TheBeauty
silver arrows and Jim Shines was
awarded his bear badge. I
The Cub Scouts will participatein
ofYou.
the Memorial Day services m

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Savings Gaining ; .'/\ .1, > ,.

> Continuing 0 n a path which j iit J1., J ..
could lead to a record year in mortgage > .' i
lending. the 131 and '
savings ',:' > t
I'rt z Mpk loans associations in Florida reported
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R a record March high of $78.- .'..:.It .Il' ,:
M Y+R q } '101
138000 in loans closed. : : :. ...,..
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In releasing this information ..1<' "
William D Hussey, executive vice .. t"
president of the Florida Savings .
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I and Loan League reported that Fashionette
the March total of loans closed ."!;, "
surpassed the previous March highof .
$71,885,000 set in 1963\ / BEAUTY SALON

L As of the end of the first quarto A BIG ONE Mrs Peg Fairclolh holds a hibiscus thaI measures
605 COLORADO AVEL'ESTUARr ::
of 1964, total loans closed by nine inches across and grown by Mrs! Fran Shugcrt of River .I
these thrift and home ownership Drive Mrs this FLORID
Ranch on Indian River Shugert grew one year
,, ..... Y Institutions amounted to $206.848,000 .- ten inches in diameter. She brought the flowers to friends at Open Mon thru Sat.
u"I'' ''J -r>' .. which surpassed the I
WILLIAM AMBLER, city park superintendent, accept a check Mrs I. W. Hussey, president of the Garden Club Additional $190,340000\ total for the same Martin Memorial Hospital -- -- 7:30 a.m. 5:30: p.m
from Mrs. Neil, of the Garden checks be sent to the club for the beautification and period in 1963. It was in 1963
for $4,000 Howard\V.. treasurer may project .
when the Loun Associations the increase of $68.2 W. I M\RIEHEIS, Owner
and of
Savings the first an
I Club of Stuart, for beautification of U. S,1 1. Looking on are Mayor are tax deductible. They should be made out to the Garden Club ing quarter year ----I I
In Florida closed a re- went for the financing of 6,358 March which was the ANN IIURLBUT,
Ray Cooke, Ray N. Fricl, chairman of finance for the beautification of Stuart, Inc, for Highway Beautification. and sent to Mrs. cord $914.125.OOO( in loans. new dwellings units in the State I crease for a single month i Optralw I
committee, Charles Schad, treasurer of the committee, and Ncail at Route 1, Box 482 Stuart. Mr. Hussey, reported that $85 Savings were also on the increase March of 1961 when savings increased I Phone 287.4999 i i.Pald

.. .. .. L_ : ,. ._ 101,000) of the loans closed dur as the associations reported by $7 441000)
Atnoler IU fur, nu said, II madequuto lu du
Declares ----- --- ---
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the entire job He suggested that

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Needed to Beautify HOW It GIVE 10BEAU1IFICA1ION IN A FLORIDA m YOUR DAD is ELECTED THIS CONTRIBUTION TO AME,e
I : SPACE-AGE PLANT* \ GOVZRNORWE'LL IS OUR RESPONSIBILITY, ALL
A MOONSHOT RAVE GREAT OF US/ WE >WJST ALL WORK
If you would like to help the STARTS HEREii' SURE DOES DOIJQ," INDUSTRAt"a. FOR QNE4N/Tf
U. S. 1 Highway beautification WITH RESE RCM. DEVELOPMENT 5/NSH/NESTATE m
U.S.I ; Work Starts on May 8 fund, here's how to do it. Make ? J OF THIS WHICH PLANT OUR IS OOUNCL ONE MORE BETTER AND PAi3 /
out your check to Garden Club of iy7 OF 100 IS JUSTIFIABLY \ ROLLS FOR /' 'aP
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Stuart and earmark it U. S. I a PROUD,THIS IS THE A STRON5ER t
The U S I Highway Beaulifij partment considers undesirable. : Ings should be reduced in scale on Beautification Fund Mail U to NEFIARID4RIAL ELCONOMY/ (" lyl
cation: Committee met at Stuart Dickerson, Inc, U. S. 1 con.I nil median strips at this time, his Mrs H. W. Neail, treasurer
j V City Hall last Thursday night tractors, notified the committeethat thought being no one appears to Garden Club of Stuart, Route
G R. Schad, treasurer, report. it will have the excess soil realize the magnitude thff ff the pro)'. 'I I, Box: 482 Stuart, Fla. Contributions
.' ed that the beautification fund now on the first median strip to be ect He pointed out' it would to the Garden Club are
: stands at $4130Chairman beautified removed by May 1 1. be better to make every effort to tax-deductible and all funds M>
I W E Ambler advised Following the removal of the have some plantings in all area earmarked will be used! for
l that the State Road Department excess soil, the well will be drilled along the highway than lust have highway baWWieation.
I I I I.. has approved the landscape plans and the Irrigation system Installed One or two' islands well umdtcap IIi U 1j..Ma'
presented, wIth certain reservations The planting of the 1 landscape material ed"and the others lift bare, with
j prohibiting large boulders! will, commence about May 8. ) perhaps only a grass covering it might be better a spread out the .
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I and certain types of plants/ the Je.I .' Ambler suggested that the plant- The amount of money raised landscaping with funds on hand PollUeol Ad.n
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money is available

I t p MARTIN COU NTY COLORIN& "I of have Stuart great," he faith said in, "and the people believe -

pOKIr" that when the first median When You Vote For Your Sheriff
II strip is landscaped and given some
I publicity the interest of the publicn
beautification will accelerate
I and the money to complete the

I II I .J project Argentine will become Bahia was available.chosen" as On May 5th You'll Be Looking For

:' the best type of grass to be used :
f b' on the model island." It takes little ,
: maintenance and is not subjectto
',./" army worms or chinch bugs. aqu9ri .(. > 1Jw i'1
j' ;,I, Mrs. Cecil Baker, owner of Santo
I : ::10': Lucea Grove and Palms nursery i

b' tvl .. ...... .. she has on given Britt her Road manager, advised in true.that I. ANEXPERIENCED ; ;

lions to offer any plant materialin
the nursery for use on the highway i LAWMAN :
project at less than cost .
Ambler advised that productsof
local nurseries were best suited
I II to such use because the plants are
I already' acclimatedHe I HAS! ; ,
suggested that this offer or WHO '.
.. ....
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.. ,
offers like it made by any local "
nurseries, be taken advantage of 1- ".. :
by contributors, who are advisedto PROVED ABILITY .
check with him first on the

MACARu hit }rJ.of landscaping material de 1 L ,;

L6 In addition to U. S. 1 beautification ... f :'," //1:.
I"J. support j given i to WITH I AN !' I-\," '
Lninte
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the 'Memory iC .. ',"' .
tion project of the Garden Club
of Stuart on State Road 76, where EFFICIENT OFFICE
flowering trees and shrubbery will
be planted in memory of deceased
I
members of the club
The Park Department will give
full co-operation to this project AND ADEPENDABLE
.'. when the Garden Club Is readyto
proceed Ambler said with first
in the area of Fernhill STAFF '
R Memorial cemetery, where wateris .-a ,
available for irrigation A bronze i
tablet will the '
commemorate members
who have passed! on. J
1 AND WHO HAS .
X The radioactive fallout in the
t r
SCI .. : air in rain over Britain this past .i
;- year lust was twice. the amount recorded DONE A GOOD JOB! .L "

+A 7H1.s''IS" A COUNTY, COMM/SS/0/Y.. -.:- : 1 I yearSmoLey ____ HLRfc; IS A PICT URL onlTII\

7H-'P"-I' MARTIN COUNTY OMM/SS/ON. t: Sayit

I I THERE ARE FIVG MEN HERE REPKESGNTIN6 )YOU, jt IA GRUSH pUr FOR THOSE QUALITIES YOU CAN DEPEND UPON ROY C BAKER

1 COLOR TWO S4CES ,HONE ANO 464e5e TO rls.P yOU.O 'iTy YOUR FOLkS SMOKES! R'E-ELECT''

/ CoMM/SS/oNERs .sHOUt./ J.oOKK 7 WS."YOU .
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.: J.IoPUT' 7h'EH )ERE WITH VOI.IR VOT6. I ,

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Vore'/VA JOHN A44cARTHIIN .I ROY C. BAKERSHERIFF


; i**;1: W',. VOTE FOR
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r CHRIS KALB JOHN B. MacARTHUR 1 'ae., ie, OF MARTIN COUNTY


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11' 19. Lykcs Sugar Creek orCopeland's HI-C I DRINKS 3 I6.Ot.C.". 8 c : i

PRODUCT I OFFLORIDA Smoked $ From Orlando DEE SOUTH Pun Strawberry

,f y 10-14 Lb. Ayg. 4 PRESERVES .+Jar.,K, 39c

No Center Slices Removed From Orlando DEEP SOUTH

"Whole or c MAYON'AISE Qt.39c:

Full Shank 39
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M ," ._ Half" Lb. BEEF STEW 24.o"L 39t

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ROUND BONE SHOULDER STEAK lb. 59' DELMONICO STEAKS 1.19
Bottled In Miami, Port, Sherry, Muscatel
W-D Brand U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. Quick Frozen
Young Hens BOND WINES Quart M 89cIU..ft
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'Tender Meaty" Lb
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COTTAGE Western Corn-Fed PORK SALE bI OLIVES Selected Stuffed 2 sw.Jar... 49c

CHEESE SPARE "Little I Ii.L'b
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables From Florida FROZEN FOODS FROM DIXIE
Fresh Florida From Florida' SUPERSRAND Ant. Flavor SHIRBST or
U.S. No.lFancy Fancy Fresh Florida There's NO"SAFER"
Golden Bantam ICE I CREAM 2 Half
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( Fresh Florida CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS; 3 'KGS.CELERY Ittmovtt up to ttt ofTMi
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11'.8 I Tilt STUART (Ha.) NEWS,, Thursday April 30. 1964 clinical psychology. graduating in The sign of growth seem to he
1957 NeedteM to My, all of this everywhere and are most obvious
Side-West Side'ash combines to form I solid background to someone who has just moved
into the area
In pastoral counseling
"I 1 am most pleased to have been
HOBE SOUND NEWS Rev and Mrs Dickson have given the opportunity of working

All Around Our River! to II... ,..,w.war*' ...n."a/mMaN, proud four children of each and and every are one equally Wil that here has and! with been the given i warm reception me and

liam (Bill) It sixteen and a sophomore my family The Hobe Sound parIAh
Rev. Francis Dickson Is at Martin County High and church has the reputationof
School: Timothy Is attending Ster being the nicest to work in and
The Miami ling College at Sterling Kan, Their the most beautiful in the State of
herald allli No Doubt Our Local Papers Say; New Presbyterian PastorThe daughter Sandra la a teacher in Florida

Las Angeles Calif., and il married Then is a definite possibilityof
Hohe Sound Presbyterian. to a teacher, Douglas Hamil having two Sunday morning
Church recently installed! its new ton Another daughter, Joanna I services rather than just one by
Pollution Report pastor Rev Francis Dick 1011. Mrs William Finncll, of Orlando next fall, because of increased
'
Rev Dickson and his wife. Eliza. hat recently presented the Dick church attendance. Naturally the
I both, have come to Hobe Sound [ sons with their first grandchild. 'I winter residents swell the congregation .
from Detroit, Mich, where he Grandson Scottie showed extreme even more"
OKs River Area had been In pastoral work for the I ly vii: taste \in choosing hu ar He asks that all remember Sun
eleven 11 which wa 12:(05) I last
past years, five of which day school at 9 am on Sunday
Chrklmaj .
were pent at the Outer Drive Pre- +'' I morning Being the first and church services at I II r. The
'. byterian Church. +sHe I Christmas baby m Central Florida vacation Bible !school will be held
JENSEN BEACH There II he taken some lime ago when he Scottie is publicity-con.
for I I very
was two years the associate during the first two weeks' in June.
no pollution along the east side first heard the motors about the minister of the Redford Ave. scions already' and always' man H* and his wife are looking for.
of the I Indian River In the Jensen; river. nue Presbyterian Church which ages somehow to snatch the lime.light ward to sitting in front of their
Beach area, according to county Clearing the area for shellfish has the distinction of being the I for l .i the bran resent plansmaterialize television set on Christmas Eve
r
health authorities. also mnkee the area safe for tim largest PrehylerialChurch i in new grand and witching the snow storms rage
father will be baptiring the brand
and recrelltlonal u+e. II the IXlroit He served a dual pastorate in Michigan
W. B. Richarde In a letter to mina lit new grandson on the second Sun
Northern Michigan four' I
County CommlA ion Chairman requirements for shcllfihhing arc. for day in June at Hohe Sound PresI The
years driving ten miles between ombu tree of Argentina'spam
Frank Wacha laid that lit mid. more etdct than for recreation pur. I hi)terian Church. .
parishes way up there In the cold, I the toughest known to
)point In the department'l survey, f'O\C'. Richards 1.ld. cold country, quite t contrast to | Asked for his impressions of his the forest i industry Its wood won't
with 90 lamplel taken, "all wen The Health Department checks Hobe Sound new home, Rev. Dickson had the burn, no hurricane can uproot it.
well within/ the limits of helJIh the rccrelllion areas In the county Rev Dickson is a graduate of : following to lay: "I I visualize almost the tree has no known diseases
harvesting" for pollution on I regular oolil! Providence Bible Institute and _ unbelievable growth over a and !scientists have not been able
recreation graduated from Wheaton College ,, period of the next five to ten years to discover the omhu's life span
Recent Itatemenl' that the In. No known polluted arendlan +
in 1948 From there he went onto REV. FRANCIS DIC"kSON j
River had been polluted were exist t in the county Princeton .
Theological
apparently without' fmmdatkn, The departmenl'l studies cover .. where he graduated In 1931 Seminary Work of Michigan Hospital in guidance,, Y
Wacha said the area from the north county line ing ,toward a master of arts degree and counseling in (1933: and at''
He laid ho had asked the survey to the House of Refuge Museum. in clinical tounsclihg' he took Wayne State University in Detroit I .
graduate work at the University conducted studies and work in


flow long can anyone expect to fool the people by half.truthsP Here's Program for J J HERE'S'LORltlA'S HOW,"

low long can any public office holder expect to continue holding office by undcr. '4 im SENIOR StNATORSPESSARD

estimating the intelligence of thc citizens who eJect him?

Mr. Richards made this report at l\1r. 'Vacha's request on the EAST SIDE High School Band'sConcert L.

(Hutchinson Island Side) of the Indian River. I agree, as do most residents, conscrvn- HOLLANDSTANDS

tionists, in fact anyone interested in the facts of the matter. 'Ve cannot correct imperfections ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

by sweeping them under the rug. Nor by distortion.If on April 30Martin Senator Holland strongly upportt) medical aislst-

there were pollution on the HAST SIDE of the Indian River, it could only be a.K. to Florida's elder cltfient. Two proposal have

caused by sea gulls, pelicans and racoons. County Senior High I The public is invited. There is bt.n offered Medicareand the K.rr-Milla ap
Band rated superior in concertIn no charge for admission proach. Medicare offers .nfy limited h.i,!laliaton! !
Was a request made for a survey of the WEST SIDE of the Indian River? district competition, presents end is financed by additional/ Sociol Security faxes

No need to it has been on file for two }'ears. I have never claimed there was us annual spring concert In the. Under the direction of lMoyne administered by th* Government, k tv.rt all old.
any school auditorium E Roll, the band will render the
pollution on the EAST SIDE even though the following appeared in the Jensen Beach April 30 at 8 Thursday pm. evening following program: persona bills. On, the rich other and poor hand,, but Kerr-Milli dots not cov.ever... both doctor hospital

MIRROR : \R1IN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BAND PROGRAM and doctor bills and protects only Ihot who
have th* need It Is financed and administered by
The Band Director's March" Paul Yoder our slates with largo Federal. ) support.' Our entire

"Fantasy for Band" Frank Erickson Florida delegation in Congress votsd for tft* K.rr-

Who Put the R for March "From Foxcn's Glen" (An Irish Rhapsody) F. H. McKay Milts approach. Our star Itffslatvr' approved M
for a tw. ytor ,.rlo" .. slid 96 *f our states andt.rrllorles.
"Moon River" Henry Manclm Wo a,. committed. as slat. "tnd" nation
i I (Arr. by Paul Yoder) to try the Ksrr-Mllls. approach for two )'.". ff
I "Chant and Juhilo: .. W. Francis McBeth I changes are ntcsiary, w. can mofc Slum la assure

I In Mrs. Murphy's Oyster? 1NTFRMISSION: : .adequate medial,, .....(.onc.MIA ffMMl la *ur AIfWrI..f'IItJ oldor. ciHJtnl. )-

: "Turkish March" Ludwig'Van Beethoven
: I, March has an "R" in it, and pital from her home on North (Are bjr Philip Cordon)
j oysters R nM rat heason if )JRken Indian River Drive. The oysters Cuban Caper . John Kinyon I $ l E5SAfti! >

frl)1) anywhere other then the were reportedly taken from thW ; .. ,....PM...". Overture in Classical Style" i ,Qwrles:; Carter
-
J approved cat hank of the Indian east t aide of the Indian Rlvrh.A + "The King and 1 I" (Highlights: from the Broadway Play) .
t f River froih the Sa. Lucie county loulh. pf the causeway nut s Music by Richard Rodger*-Lyrics by Oscar Himmcrstem. II
! line north to Fort Pierce. an approved area (Arr by C. Paul Herfurth) Y a
Lat Sunday Mrs. Tom Murphy Local residents arc urged to 1'1!. "Thunder Song" (March) Walter Finlay+ nI
ale I' raw oysters the acquired rain from eating oysters that are --
from a local boater amt at 3tX:() ) taken from any than the upprovedam. I t
Monday morning she was beds. for they could be contam I State Jobs Are COUNTY A
, rushed 10 Martin Memorial H,)!!. inated. MARTIN J

Open for Exams I


HERE IS.THE WEST SIDE STORY Persons! qualified for professional COLORINGJ *
social! work and young men BOOK
.
interested in highway construction
This pollution survey Wa made by the State Board of I ''ealth, Jrlcksonville, Fcb. are being sought to fill present .
openings m stale agencies+ servo
20 to April 10, 1962. ed by the Florid Merit System,,

Docs anyone believe with additional population Sand one of the best tourist seasOhs according Howell to Director Gerald L.

just completed, that any change except further deterioration could result since then? Social Worker I and EngineerIng .

This is a copy of one page from the survey: Aide I applicants are urged.) to t
file Immediately for the nett state
wide examination to be held June t I
Data 6. On this same date. written examinations
Summary Bacteriological will be given to stenographer
.
applicants who have
1\111. MPN Median !\IPN previously
Sla. No. MIll. MPN and
qualified on typing
I 14 330 46Station's shorthand tests, the director said
one to twenty 2 t 3,300 11.000 4.900 Entrance standards for Engineering "
3 4911 92.0M) 4.9011 Aide I require the applicant
include an area from 4 171) }130.000 4,900I to be at least I graduating
5 UO 110.0110 14.00( high !school senior. or to hold an
Martin St. Lucia. 6 27 17.000 7,900 equivalency certificate rewgnired
7' 70 3.0& 33I by the Slate Department of Education .
County line Statioil 8 490' 14.000 2.300 42 q
9 21 11.11I10 Woo Social Worker i applicants must rat m/A'Nti(/

one to Langford Tcr- 10 .. ::17 49,000 1.1111) normally be graduates of a four-
II 17 230.000 7.91111 )ear college, or must 1 have com
pleted not less than two college -
Boat Basi Sta. 790.000 23,000 years
race n 12 U. training and two years paid
JJ 11 I.MOO 9S0 experience In such work an public ..
tion twenty \Vest 14 U 79.000 23.000 !school teaching or registered
15 6.8 330.0011 1,100 nursing ..
side of Indian Rh'cr. 16 1.700 13.000 4.900' Applicants for stenographic p-
17 u- 7,90I 1.700 sltions must qualify f on typing andshorthand .. ,
18 u- 79' 9.3 tests at local Slate Employment .t
49 1.8 Service offices/ before the
u-
19
230 application closing date. May 20 ,
21 13,0110
20
Persons interested t typist positions I
must qualify on the typing

Call the Board of health or the County SanitAtion Dept and you can determine for office test t at I by a Slate that Fmpknnunt date. Service Ij i

yourself that any bacterial count of 1,000 or over is dangerous for swimming and the Application blanks, a complete SSSEE j
examination !schedule, and information
eating! of shellfish is prohibited. about each position are t

This is your river und f am trying to protect it for you and )'our.grandchildren, but I I available at State Employment -- I
Service offices
or be obtained

.
may .
refuse to disregard the facts for political advantage. I directly from the Florida Merit THE MeN //V /?/ FUNNY OJ.D CAR P
I
I hav.ee System,,, Carlton Building TallaI mer' ARE YOUR /Y/CIDEL r4l1'YPe COMM/SS/ONERS I
If our own competent I Ilealth Dept. does not know whether or not our river is p01.luted i .

to whom can we go for the facts? Our County Commissioner? I I I A record.) of Vxiooo() ) or more COLOR THEM OLD FASHIONED .I
New Jersey residents will spend
I think not. time on more than 100.(XX) pleas- TUGS T SPACE AGE'
I refuse to seek votes distortion. I I I tire boats during the year
through MARTNCOLO COUNTY NEE/$ TWO NEW COMM/ SIONERSI
I feel it is my duty' to present these facts to you' and I have I nwar5Nest.
THE
1\fy case is closed and in the hands of the voters. MEW COMMISSIONERS f'ROICRESS/YE.
WITS''
Nit.UVI. WENEED CHRIS tLQ/ .

: YOU ARE NOW THE JUDGE VOTE FOR AND ELECT : Wi:NEED VoHN MACARrNUR l '"

\UJTE roe THEM OM MAy STN.

CHRIS KALB VOTE FOR


I Ij' CHRIS KALB JOHN B. facARTHURJtNSEN.

COUNTY COMMISSIONER[ ., DISTRICT t-TORT SALOCSO-HOBE SOUND DISTRICT 3

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Rogers$21,501,000 in RequestFor in I STEAK SALE :





Waterway Funds Aid : ,

SIRLOIN CUBED TOP ROUND SIRLOIN TIP lb.
Paul (, Rouen ,
conpvwmanfor ( invettitatKHi and the Sixth District in Florida requested on Jupiter Island I C
S21.stt.M1| (J I in funds for In making the request he said I d 8 7
waterwuv projects from the !Public Each of the following" projects
I Works. Subcommittee Appropriations hm either been nthe I "
on Mondav April 27. Corps of Engineers approved or the \President T-BONE or PORTERHOUSE STEAKS .lb. 95c I :
a
IncIUited was $89XH! ( for the or both and t urge the Subcommittee -I
Martin Counts study on overall to give its approval M w
flood control!. and V h.000 for an tto I them They follow: ""SlPFRRlOm FVltV COOkllfHOlF OK SIUNK IUII ;.H\II \UlMk IRO/rN sM| INC'


and Southern oil RAtION Florida Control\M: MtISIEN.1'ECentral Project ...... '" .... S 249.000 HAMS49HEN lb. 3 9c !

East Const .\\Ltcnvay ........... .................. 270.OIK) ui iioR'\ ;
West t Coast Intracoistal Waterway........................ .... 70HK
Okeechobee Waterway .. .. ... ............................... .. 19MKKJ( )( \ FSTFRN SELECT SI.ICFJ) si'tm ku.irr i IB, PKG. 95e

HOOD CONTROL: : I BEEF LIVERMORTONS 49c ALLMEAT FRANKS 49cI
.. .. III' :

Construction I DETtm I AIL VARIETIES: HOW'.\RD JOHNSON'S IKO/IN
Central and Southern Florida Flood Cclntroll'toject.... 15 WO.(XX),, TIlE "
Simile I : I FROZEN DINNERS ... ::: 39 CHICKEN CROQUETTES Z.59c; :.

Everglades National Park water supply....................... 165.000( )I I I "SL'PrR.RIGlrr CENTER CUT CArN JlMINS- ClIC1rKOI'l! /
Martin County........................................?............ ... !89.000(
Earman River (C-17)) ...... ...... .............................. . 50(100( ( ) I I HAM SLICES lit. 89c FRIED COD Ih 5geSpecIal
South New River Curnl; (C-II I) ...... ......................... 40.(XX) )
Estiro River .. ....... ...................................... 18.OO() ) "SUPER-
East t Coast Intracoisial! Waterway flooding problem;... 1 11.()XX( ) i
Caloosahdtihie River ..........-...._.-..._._.....-............, ... 20.(0X)(( ) I IURKANr'oiNIS Ib.59c
Loxuruitchie River (C-18)) ......::......?._.?............ ... 40.000Lake
Okcechobce addition: outlet ......._....................... 40.(000)( I I

VMCATIOY I S a Ie I ANN PACF FLBOW GINFAFE IN CANS SUNNY BRINK .RtDr. ; \ 11 OHM" '

ConstructionWest Coast Intracoasial Waterway .1.000,000 Macaroni 2 .pip. 37* Beer or Ale 6't.a.99c:; EGGS 3';;:: 1 100IIBDVS tI

Port Everglades ............................_................ 2.:254! .000) MILD and MELLOW CONDrNSFD FROZEN (CONCINIKVTH: I XrNNASausage/ / :
Port of Palm Beach .. .. ..... ................................ .... VXXXK 1 ( ) I I ANN PAGE : :: TOM MO AlP '
I Soup 3'c:rfc29cEXCFL Orange Juice 2 S49cMIIIIElrA ;; 4 !:; 89c :

StudiesCSSFCD;; recreational boating lock survey ................. 17000()( ) I EIGHT I I VACUUM PACKED 80 CT IIHHY :
East Coast Inlracoasfal Waterway additional depth. 60.OIO(( ) I '
Lake Worth side channel .....-.........-.._................... la.(10()( ) i' Mixed Nuts :; 69c Marcal Napkins ..t. lOc Corned Beef 2' : 99c ;
Okeechobee. Waterway tide channel and turning basin IO.IO( ) I I

South New River (C-M BEACH I I) ...... .EROSION......... ................... .. H.(000)()) I, I O'CLOCKCOFFEE I I A&P FROZEN; PEAS & CARROTS OR Special [ .. ui1u1J h'T1---- :


Jupiter Island investigation. and survey.............. ...... 46.000 I I I Cut Corn 2 A t 43c I R 5O PLAIDSTAMPS ';
Palm Beach County sand transfer plant reimbursement' 10.()XX( ) I II t l fij I

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TOTAL .. . . $21...S0)000)I ()( ( I I I. How* mid (..,d Hug! t lUr'!! ft!
WHITE HOUSE NONFAT INSTANT Special! HOI: ;":! '

_._w="......, I 1 I f "' 1111111$139, ...1
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.. WARRANTY- DEEDS FILED Dry Milk 8 quart size 59 C r ..i_sat!_aJSiii.i: a *.! ia.T5.1171i'.. ; !

Not, : Th. traniactlon rlau,.. 750 1-lb. I t s--- -
Ifl"nNo1..w! arc r.llmiit. at.ta res.nu..tmn9ants...1 I In Marion L Jarrett to Frederick I ;
the d."" II tla rat) ?r Sd Schmarock Lot 7 block 7. Hihuciu bag. G I ( r; I PLAIDd
cent tr trio; In CU'I wh.rau
PEAK OF
.ahlpIOT on.IMto'lnn.l.5 a.I..Yul.mnwt) ui.ml.r-e.-nominh e,1. where_.rl.h.,_,no. .- Samuel: Park B,Reed section t to WilliamTC'1 1 SI I.500. I STAMPS, UWllk
Ihle Cwt.a .t
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Honey .hftnlru hinds a.me. Miller III Property in lot 132
Indd) at. aryan. di.Wry, mtaralum. Jupiter Island. 55000. I I THE CROPVEGETABLES J rum A1P I'muy AlbuitHroHllllr 1I.Id: j'
lam.. .W1ve ''hire Instant. I { ; O 7ui.IUN4 ,
\\ t mar nutmpi are planedinntrvimrnt Robert G. Sabella et al to Robert i $100
.on aD than wiual J .
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G Sahclla and Lorraine Theresa I
.Iul of a tran r odiretty the.. coml-troll.r' ortleeIncetlsel.n Sahclla hu wife. $100( .. I km a l M Oo' S. M; I' :
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.hide WI"ell..."....nt"been.)Sus" pined The.tRmp'\i>thus".appnar. ttltm the tax 10 rter..pse.hIty ", Walker.C. M Fletcher Property to in William"section H.8. I 31b bag1o9 I l .. --.- _.______________a_ :
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) )) for the eatlmsted township 40 S.. range 39 E $1.- lU.UUIUI ; :..1
valuation.(4pril)
500.Lillian i Tender B Fresh At A&P I :
21 through 28)) E. Lighthart to lames IPardicck PLAID ,
Lots 56 57, 58 and 59 n :
Palm Beach Company to Winton Yacht Club Beach. $5S.IIM() ). I ypu*CAN HAVIA fPUNQ PfJUf 1 Your :;JV STAMPSWllk .

$13000 E. Smith Lot 17 High Point. Joseph. P. Farrell to Kenneth lEAHCOFFEl CIOONO TO 6 OU'J SQUASH YeUow 3 it. Choice tM c._ .... ........ ., f 3
Schmidt. Lot 14 section E. Jupi- I I /taw Fwkrr. IJht Trader tali.* j

Company.Winton E.Lot Smith 43. High to Palm Point Beach$7.- ter .request$IO.(()()()Hunt, Club Subdivision ihiusfl5secort4sl' 11 lb. a ANGtl. Idle, l-oz, 49c Ii'
500( I ; POLE BEANS KKI I ring 1 :
Estella Markel to S las J. Brown ...
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Iva Mae Welton to Charles G. j
Tract 58 section 34 township 38 ftl. _. X\.; J% C '
Prycr Lot 3, block 16, section 3. I tl I I
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I St. Lucie Estates Suhdivnion $1 I.. S.. range 40 E.Point.$5,0(1Lighthouse Inc( to H. G. .. LETTUCE cRlsr 29 _5_.._.._.__. .___.______ ____.; .
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, (0(1.C)( 0 t a I Garden Construction Kindred Point Lots $7300 120) and 121 Lighthouse \ &,+ f.1 / IIIADS far r- : iii iiiiI : i if-- ".J I

Company Inc. to Gerard De Lighthouse Point Inc to May. LARGL
PLAID
Maio. Lot 26 block 10 Coral I nard Ci Carlisle Lot 1 153. Lighthouse \t.'v CELERY srALKs 'l5 bra _I :
Garden Subdivision plat 2. $100. Point $3.500. j STAMPS :
R M Pitchford to Alvin L. Inc Allen
Lighthouse Point to
Sandell lot 7, First Addition to F. Moore Lot 33. Lighthouse I EXTRA PLAID STAMPS Wllk IkU CMPH *wrk Skyline Height Subdivision SlrTIME'TOA Pont. 56,000.Lighthouse. I NATIONAL BABY WEEK-April 21 to May YrBinv .rrrmone llal =
Point, Inc. to Frank NO COUPON NECESSARY !M.KIJ I Ilr.. UXNE i '
H Stearns Lot III. Lighthouse I 100 FYIRA: SUMPS Will! PURCHASE OF PEACHES: ran 37cHoliday -,

(TI Point $4300Kremser Land. Corporation to I Car Wash 15-oz.$1.29$ Baby Food GERBER IIFJNZ OR 8jars 89 I. uw..h.r.rl. stir S. Ml r MM .:, ,
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Erwin F. Gilmore. Lou 10 U and BFEC1INLTS11UINI L.a..a-------! -- _____.;f
12 block 7. section 1. Hibiscus OR -I> :

'! Park. $2.760.Jndianlown. Grove Company to I Johnsons J-Wax 9-oz.$1.29$ 1 :
!Larry L. McLver Property in sections [ I,
4 and 5. township! 40 S., -- Save af A & P on Your Health and Beauty Aids u" ra BPS :
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range 38 E $9 .000. r .
A. P. Krueger ti(> Jack H. Whiti- .
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car Property in lot A Riverside .OD17CT TOOTH hcc QQM rargae w $ "
Park. 53,000.Arthur ri 1/KCllJ 1 si1eS* .
M. Dehon to Jack HWhiticar PASTE OUC 9c eId
Lot 17 Inlet Harbor (
$100 I Id a uwd iM. r.1. M.I L MG a f-/ S
I Jack H. Whiticar to Arthur M YORK ASPIRIN !itTABLETnanih eats 19C
Dehon Property in lot A. Riverside
Park $100 i ,
THORONT
Adele K. Willoughby to Rea LEdenfield i = '
Lot 5. block 23, Port UCboy 5-oe. U Cfcoy '-lb.
Sewall $3950( -- soy SAUCE hustle. 19c (') S.UFY VFGLTABLF'etaa ,33c $ ,* PLAID :
B LE H
talY M GUI P. Leavitt to Grace F Gregory I ... (.., La (., 37 e STAMPS
Lot 11. block 5. Hildabrad I NOODLFJSUChoy J.e&.17 C MFATLFM CHOP SttY: raa .
Think of Park $I 6.000. I Jane Parker White Enriched Bread J oc f......... RquLlr 1.lb. was est. e.r .rr.hw
Lois A. Clarke and Edward X. I 2ge 3ge While, Black or Brvwai Griffin'
TaylorAshleyHartford Clinton to William D. Hemhurv BETTER tEXtURE...amra EATING NOODLES nil MARGARINbMnwcl. ellll SHOK with *-'.
Lots 2, 4. 6 and 8, block 148. La (1107 1-Ib. 17c HMMCCOPTFE 2-lb'169 l n/11331 appUcator but 29c :
Golden Gate. SI,100. BEAN SPROUTS u..
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I :Now enjoy J M '11'1IPRO'f.D hMe sew un Mar i
Aoto .
Family IIMHT.aiK
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Lawrence I WM
Reginald J Viclers Sr to Cloy fem.ea PIT r
wH .hb Creamy SmtMrtb tutureIoU! HOLES: Wonderful .La 43c sscr'w'j rI
prvrldt yon brad Mack Lou 4 and 5 block ,
protection at nhstantbl. an.bigs 3. amended plat of Bon Air Beach. : = Flavor r better. eating. D\Tf D HlhSH I>|ILY! WATErt ClrtSTNUTS: CUI r
V JOB hues a goo. del. $6100 I I THIN SLICED OR EXTRA: THIN '
kt rrcoH. Aced with MM Hartford Walter E Duhlqunt to Irene C SUeT SINDWICII W\r JANE PARKER IHXJCKHJ9 ,''' Sal. Only f hi f Stamp!
same on jour polity aCTered Harbaugh Lot 193, block 10.1 DUTCH APPLE tea. ; ?. .Get fine Gifts Faster I
Olympia Plat No 1 1. $1.500.
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be doubt abort rack
the Carl C. Seholm to Carl C Se- 11," tf i PIES iNi .direr analnit a racrK n. -
qofKly of bmnnct.Call holm and Helen M. Seholm. thereby 235'p
our office Row. to ate kT creating an estate bv the entirety jt
you q.aWy for tarbp M the Lot 20 block 4. Coral Garden 1 IOaf I vh+ ,, PARD
thirst auto bnurance JOB CMbw Subdrviunn'. plat 2. $100. I
,! Sophia L. Them and Anna L. DOG FOOD
Madison to Charles E. Slocttm
Lot 24. H W Bessey Addition. *
$13400 3.. 49c IN Tll AD ARE GOOD TIIRt 8AH''RD.V. MAY 1
Herman L. Snyder to Carl L. f very bit oj good m the best..yef costs you'fat ca' .;

Parker Sr. Lots 5 and 6. block! 10 WATER
I Palm City Garden. $600( DEODORANT ARMOUR STAR VIENNA BLUE: DETERGENT FINAL TOUOI DISHWMHER (1)1.0 s

I.den Muller$, Subdivision Stanley Lot 182 Lazarus,plat$1.200 1. Coral to Walter Gar. DIAL SOAP I SAUSAGE I SILVRDUST, I Fabric Softner I "Ai.Lfban29c !.f... >fifir': t, i

& Stanley Lazarus to Aupnt 21.41c 2..49c .35c .87c "" ,, .7 .I; ..
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THE HOBE SOUND STORY :

900 FEET OF OCEAN BEACH THE ( OUR ONLY REMAINING ROADS IN
ABANDONED COAST GUARD STAT/ON IOO FEET OF OCEAN BEACH ; ; I THIS AREA -/) LESPINE, SO FEET
TURNED OVER 70 THE FLORIDA BOARD WE ARE LOSING BECAUSE WIDE, /)IMPASSABLE;
OF PARKS FOR PUBLIC RECREATIONSAUNDERSON AND DEVONSHIRE ONLY 25 FEET WIDE-
SAUNDERSON FAILED 70 OBTAIN *FUMBLED THE BALL"l ARE IN DANGER OF BEING CLOSED .
THIS BEACH FOR MARTIN COUNTY/ BY THE HOB SOUND COMPANY X
.. WITH SAUNPERSON'S' KNOWLEDGEOUR / \
ONLY OCEAN FRONT PARKWITHOUT OCEAN ACCESS, WHERE )
OVER 31 PUBLIC ROADS, 177 FEET-AND RESTRICTED SO OUR SURF FISHING BEACH .? /
----- CLOSED! THESE THAT NO BUILDINGS, NOT
BEACH ROADS WORTH ABOUT EVEN REST ROOMS CAN BE r
Y2 MILLION MARTIN COUNTY CONSTRUCTED FOR OUR
''t n DOLLARS, WERE GIVEN TO CONVENIENCE.ITHE
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i BETRAYAL OF HOBE SOUND ,

' Saunderson said at a public meeting of 200 Hobe Sound residents last summer,"I want the people of the south end of Martin County to have a real beach!
t' One with cabanas, toilets, fresh water, barbecue pits-A REAL PARK.I am your commissioner and would be proud to know that this was one of my accom
:plishments." The end result! NOTHING ACCOMPLISHED! 1

Are you running for reelection on this sort of accomplishments,Mr.Saunderson?

Six months ago Saunderson went to Tallahassee to get permission from the Florida Board of Parks and Historic Memorials for the people of Martin Coun
ty to use the former U.S.Coast Guard Station as a public beach! 900 FEET OF GOD GIVEN BEACH. He went with plenty of ammunition! A petition signed by
hundreds of Martin County residents AND YET HE FAILED MISERABLY. .

U.S.Senator,Spessard Holland,said on Oct.9,1963,"I contacted the U.S. Coast Guard and was informed that this property has been legally available. for
public recreational purposes since August 15,1962." j

I US.Congressman,Paul G.Rogers,said on Oct.14,1963,"Certain portions of this property were given last year to the Florida Board of Parks and Historic ,,;
Memorials." j

US.Senator,George A.Smathers,said on Nov.7,1963,,"The Florida Boar of Parks and Historic Memorials was granted revocable license to use and
maintain this property for a public park."

NOW THE THREAT OF ARREST.

--j I" With all this assurance from National Representatives a public picnic on this site ,
I was cancelled when we were told that we would be trespassing and would be arrested bya 4
U.S. Marshal if we used the Coast Guard Beach.A

? A PLEA TO ALL MARTIN COUNTY VOTER:

I : Your neighbors in the south end of your county have been waging a long and losing
! : battle to keep the beaches on Jupiter Island open for. your use when you visit Hobe Sound to
I bathe and fish.
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WE NEED YOUR VOTE for the candidates who will successfully fight this issue for

f you. . .

; ? __1I1 SAUNDERSON HAS FAILED-This issue will be sincerely waged by John B. Mac-
I Arthur of Hobe Sound (District 3)) and Chris Kalb of Jensen Beach (District 1)). _:

x.44_ The above statements are SUPPORTED BY MAPS, COURT HOUSE RECORDS '
, AND MINUTES OF MEETINGS. I
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CHRIS KALIJ MARTIN COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE JOHN B.MaCARTHUR'
County Commissioner, Dist. 1 County Commissioner,Dist,3 ;
Jensen JIM CORRIE,C1LIR.LAND: TREASURER;FRED 0.1ILNDUE,SECRETARY lobe SowdR Port
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III New' Weather tportt -u lOA )-Pro Scoreboardi3O .. . . test In home or office
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..3O-4 1'1.' -4 HoW Journey ", -4 Hawaiian lope &'oSltotpOcIss . . .. .. ........ .. .. . . ... mold
---FRl 6 I IM Antilc.I ra. Chlrno Fractured. flicker.Florida Ballerlcs, cords
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MAY I ; tN STUARH

.48-4 11 I'oo'in N.m-a.m.a' Parade' OraaklMintler ;;' ItoM'.m.ntl 3,00lotO.licid trf Iron 1 Ni.htl'ifVVoB the Gold' Coa tTlOO For ........ .. . . . .. ... ..itO. . . . . .. ntflOd.OO link Specialty !Shop 234 Ktetila SI.
Mortilnj(8am -4 Laa.l (Color) tori 0.oh.t',
tiOO 04-).4.,Deatb,_ Valley. Blokl.y l)aI ,. (! u HoudaV .._U) t UwmptoMlIp 1HAJ,30 WreelUnfU I-T Bill Dana Show For T..4 AtinMnh. ...... . .o...ut. . .. . .. 42,800.60 Di.triboOor

Hurkleberrr. Hound ..:\ 4 Ouarl.a ftemeiler "......r etkeer -I Let* Dante 11 1'1.' .... Kporta WeatherViJO thtl.irlct'a rkaI..r

7 Herreant Bllkea ( and Rome" 7 Cloud T Theatre -4 My f.vorlle eternal 1UI ln..n n nt . . . . .S I.UI.OOft.Oft Aid Center
. . .. .. .. Acousticon
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It rItA Wunrl.e. 4 00 4 RMrtWkr Derby Walt DI. (Color) .t.
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Tj30 4 CBS Repona. 'iSO-II 110.... t II'' th Story 10 II Copier: .
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10 Hilktr. (only. IOO 4 I'll Sulllv.n) ShowI .. .. . . . .I '
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l.-ll OasIs and Harriet 00-4 Movie) 12 World or lK>rta (t'ha .. ... . ..... .o.. . . . iiliiiii.iiOItilo 75)9) ORANGE AVENUE, FORT PIERCE 461-32f,6 !
,SO-I- Crinill . . 18..0.00
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4 30 4 RanMMdrhatnpivalrfnn
..00-10-11 Pettr Duk. ((howsao.4 .ilO- Cooklnt' With Cat > -- WrestlIng ..10.II' Arrest, ani Gam Trial (.'... . . . . .. 50 . . '. . IA.IIIIO.OO I
Riiapenw oo- rlihrllr
loll "The .Karmer1. Daughter* Afternoon ...00M... Nonkt .-., 110..... ; . . 2.l1T'Jt0
".00-4 Bev.rlf Hlllblllmt (Ron. aa Nond..pti12,15S ) 7 Mr Novak ,,30-4 Maile In Anterin.10,00.S Total . .. . . .. .. .. '
Movie IIt.)5| world of ....... "
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4.30 4 Mini
.tSO 4 Dick( MivleJO .
Van Dyke 10 .


10 6 loll 00.7-Havener 4 Oar Done Man HourIt Keye.Rl..)lne Show 1.41)-1 7. No1,43I Hen.tor I""' of I'm.the ..I......... .t,.00 7.-H.4 .Newt. Erenlnf Sport.. W.alh*? "LI II -TIlt Tn"4 Whatt My LlnttIliuo (1'1".1}I ![I *.. .'T : : : : : : :} ....)}}}} ....JJJ....} : ...!}; :; : ; :; : :; ...; !fm: I: (i


Dltk Powell Iheati. Ill lIu.kl._, Hound .,10-4 Hawaiian 4,. -4.'.".10 li.... W..ther, Bportt ) . . . . ( )
II ('hannl... II Flaklnl) Weetner, BporteEvenlnf t Fractared 4 llrkeraT II Near

lltoo-4-t-t-10 Mm. Weatker, Bporte (I,,,it look, 111"1-4 Mitl Total . .. . . . .. . . . . .f ei .i".oiBMImated (
11 N.-RIII Hh.del, Io0-4., 11I_. 10 Movie) ).
III2S. -4 MovieDouble or Nolhln" 7 1'1.' ".. Woothom. SpooN. W..t.II. .,4_5 Kilueallon) Biploilo.* 10 Miami 1 Uncovered total .expenditure . .. . . . . .IH.1)00) ,000.00
11130, -1.1 Tonliht with Johnny Car. 111 Mini.S)0l5 T,0, --S MonwvanlI
10 Movie. Rone" of the Sea" Comment P Iiiinr.ohy *II..OS-lI Government Nigitts.toi, of th*edo., Peopl a4,05.IS Eallmal amount, uhlrh will appear at 'h. h.rlnnlnll'' of
It Starlight TheatreTiTtTlTs l)0-I Sos Hlnhwar Patrol ''h" almv. referred In fin"al ) ear ,. olgo.It'dOIOflCoio')?
- 10 1'1' _.. W..t.II Hunt_. IpnrWII T,30, -t J.mhlo I OI.aaosS : Moo. =) No .. niltmenia. nimle but Im.'itiii|,l lIe' . . . . . .I ,0l( .0(10( .1)0)
r> A Y N.". Frontier. Circus
APRIL MMornlny 1,10-4 Root 01 tho h. 7 The Lieutenant MONDAYMAY on Ihe lOb day of \lav, A n.; JJ64: at nice tfelm I so,' In (he
I H1Iotl.-Drlhkl. lleport 11 Hootenannr ('OIlJ.r; (VmimlaaliitiRri Miellim, I .Moom.of; the SJ I. looSe (lOtttIy I ('nort' JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
16 Th. J.hoo.I .,,0Th.. (Defender 4 11001.. KOI I l'lrrrn l rlolld. l..ltrlllK will be nfforilirl to all owner, per-
Nlllhl) 1.lf. .t tho Gold eo., I Joey Bl.hop ; InO*, or t ..uiin.reornto' l tn aubjert' In aald I Uletrlct o taxea, thou
((8am aa Monday eieepttilS ( hi4-4 Noon-WI)).-----1 10.It Lo,, -... Walk MornlnfIOO attorney or :njtentl, to appear. ; before aald lord and uliow, thHlr objeiInna "
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-4 Bunrie Beaieiter, OutUn. I.7 III."o-HuDUo B.llllliol10 / ",iOO--$., Movie -I-T Continental CI..._ In ..I Id llinlm-1'. Air Conditioned Chapel
of Ri.tney of Art" H.". .,30-4 Phil) Hllvera ....S8n"rl... ".m..IP'. "Lo..., ofIre. Tlila) ) ;Nnilre ahall hi pnhllnlii-d? In the eighteen rounlleg of the DH-)
...-. Mo.)" \I Ron Cork. Newi 10 Hollywood Palaw Varletj) ( ... and Home" rld In .rcol'I".,,"I' with pxlnilnv) I..wo. .
Mo." ,.00-4 Worll. Beyond 10,1-, tliltiainoka ...0-4 College of th* .Air Thla) th* till) dot or April. 11111'r'FSTnAT.(
Ata.noos 0 Motlernniie) Thealre 1030. -10 Untouchable I.' Continental) CI.......... (Color) R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H. JOHNS
(S..... .. Monday em-ept) I The Honeymooner II The Deputy ..,40-10 5 uorio.. ...hul.. ANn nrnTHpnx: T'iOIIlt'A:
121111-I Movie) II H'.h.' .., Pelrol. ) IOI4S. -10-1I Mak That Retro .45-6 Newa' In Bpanlek I.'IJH'' IX1NTHOL: I IX81KKT! UX\( 110iltiVbll1INt0 Licensed Funeral Directors
1,00--10 Mo.). 7,3O- 7 RI.. .nd Fall of American) :il,00..4., I ?, to. IS New.11.00.I 7 Bnnekln. AI", .... BOARD
.3o-t. Moo). ('om..u.l.m :. +op. 1 Sn Soot's. BS-II New. W.oihoe700b Iiy /./ Hlt.KT U. MIUES ChairmanATIIXT 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD. STUART
T Mo.l. I 0.II lie.trrSO 1 1 ilO-I Chotop.blp) Wr..tln' ) Popey PlayltouMI Spoil 1 .

..i41En.bn..p, Traveler) '. -.4 Route It 11.11Mo.l.). Today '
,., Bob Hop 1 lila-I Other World. ,iSO -4 Newi ,./ U r PAIL, JR. gorretarrvrMii!
Evonlaf loll Hurke Law 1 1:130-t Movie) I 10 ('uoII..1II : ml'l OF nonrIMIHFHT ) AT 7.3434
Telephone
..30-4 Twilight Zone 10 Movie Comedy: TI.. n HOKNLR: VIreChnlrmanR
0,00, .-4-1 H.... Weather. iportaNew. till, _It But Not '0..01...
I.7 Tw Tw Tw 11 Btarlltht) Theatre, W. KOI,I,HI:
T .. 11'....... 10.11 The Price) I. Right I lt3S-ID wrwtlln) from T..... 7.BO-10 Pecue W. R. .WMIITII I 24-Hour Ambulance Service Oiygen Equipment

10 .Mo.)" 10'00-4 Alfred Hlloheock lioo-10 Do,,.. club toe-4 Captain Kangaroo7 1. U ai'Alim! .
.. 0 -11 Commeat .. I ,OH II NlRhtwateh ShOw. I Today . ,
Jack P... 0. Pub: April in 21 10. 1114 I "' -,' ",' 0
..11-1 BoaaiiBVI 0-11 H.ht of th* Week li._I Champlonahl) ) VTrenllnf II pnlna) ; Col.ndor
1'1.' ... 10.10-4 Portrait I,3S-14 Moo). .11 gunrlM) ThoM,. r---
.. -4 N.w.IlonU.yII,1.hI.y' II 4.00-IS /IIo ., .'01--1 0 'oou.( ,
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B...,) 10.4S 10 Make barn That :.. !,o. .!. .,20-10 Oardea Pass MONDAYContinued12:10.I
I 1'1.' _. WeatberI -. .. Boar. .,30-8-7 Today Show I Movl I Ii
11 too- -"-"-&. )0. r> .t.II. IporttSATURDAY SUNtAYMAY' :
Night Life. of the Gold. Coast 16 N_. 10 Report I;05-10 Fpaiileh n.... CARD OF THANKS &ay'Through
.. S-4 New.-Waller (....D.... 11.21- Mo." II Mornlni Playhaua 11 Nl.hl...elcll Movl

..1 .._Bunt.ley, Brlnkler. lIt 54 Tonight nub lo'.n, C..a.1Q Mornlnf ., _1* Adventure TI.. 4,OS-II Movl I would like to thank the doctors
,..0P.III.oat Junction, M.vh.1.00IS .. S 100-4. !Movie) ..
o Call th. Doctor Ntbtsateh-VaoS.ty) (,SS-H Newt and WeatkwT I nebnl. brak 'T E'D i"-- in Martin Memorial Hospital, I
I Movie :00-4 C..oon.o..m.. 7 Movie
4101-11 Moo)
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the and nurses' aids on the
ft .Farm Almanao I* B.nje Billy nurses
II H Patrol
tab way - MAY IMornlni
,.30-4 Pa.iword7 T Cartoona II Morning playhoue, first floor Ihe visiting ministers '
I. Battlelln)) II 1'1.' ... I ..i30- So.i.S ; ; ) ; Rio.
and friends Rio
MAY 7i_I U Comedy Tim neighbors in
Amo. and
Andy
\ 0-11 Tk* rilnUtoiM* Color) Momlni ,,30-4 C..too.-o..III.) II Morning. PlayaMMlOlOO I,IS-4 Bunrla!! lI."' ....... "Outline of Baptist Church Rio Civic Club I

.brl ullo... R.u.... tie, Hl.tory, of Art1IIO
\ 'tit-4 Bunrl.e !10m...).. "Outline) 01 r 10 ,Pan- American- P' I.'-Mo 4,HenaeaeyI Whw, -III Moll TurnerS and in Jensen Beach for their many '

IK RCA VICTOR .Hl.tory 4_IO of Armed Art" PoenrihorSlObs 11 Sour).. Th..'.. II IA?. or RI?, "GOMovl.2O-10 Homenakera. P.... kindnesses help sympathy and
.,00-4 Ooepel Favorltoi, I 10..6-1., Newa'
Newa otlo flowers during.theJuLnIX.hn2af, I "
I Cartonn.
10"0-0
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7,00-.4 C.rtoon.o.vllleI ) Ar--;;:; ;;
T Billwlnkl, II... n'fT, ( olu.' hand, Arling I May-
Hoi alone' :
T 7. 'Ureua taaaldy 10 no.pel c...... I Word fon Word (Color) (Borne .. Monday eteept) _
J-iving Color"TVPLRIOItMANCE 10 rartoon Carnival) II Mornln) Pleyhou.) lull Prine I. III.h' ..,.11-I !Movie "Isabel' Clark and Family I "
OS II Bin Mack 11.0II.VO. .
11 "' .". 1,00-4 Love of ...If.III .
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.11F..h.1 of P.10k I-7 ('onr..n'r..llon
\ ,TllH lOS--10 l* Armed Corned I'D.Tim... on Farad ..30-1 Llmarron City 10-11 let th* M.....* 4..30Mo.l.Movl ..".. .4IIIIIo"HIIIo' -

Tilo -I AcrleulUrai Report T Llrcu. Boy 11130-4 lev That Sob 7 Moo).
T Fun Club) 10 Pan.Americana) I Jeopardy (Cob.., .:GO-.O TIle Fnny, Company5,30s But If you can't let The Stuart News follow on
10 Lone Raniter .11 Victory Baptlat) CbapeJ lOIS Ihe Mixing Link J.1oa: Rid. jon yourvacation.

fiW-. Genie. .. Frleld. ..00-4 Thla I. th* LU. 7" ; There will be lot of newt In !Murlin tounty this

.,00-4 Coral O. RannnI f lOPonAmerIron Telemlio AfternoHj EveninglOO summer about taxes election water to Ihe Island' roads.'
new
Adventure Theatre I 11 Lower lithlhou. 11:00, 4-1 New -4.I H.... Weather SJporto (\\I", tL --D" ,
T Fun Club Weather ';" i and other things that will Interest and
...1-I Th. gaered Heart 7 Your Flr.t Impra.alon (Color) 7 /II." many you affect your prop.
10 BuiarfootII 10.II Kather Xnowa BeatIS 10 Moo 8I< ''
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M.n.lna., Ploy).".. .3..ith Th. Lhrlatoiher) for TodayI _I Movie) .,10-11 Comment: < : J"'I' erly. Mail your subscription or telephone us We'Uftladly change

1 .OS::a Mornlna* PlaykoiM1tl t Horiaona of Faith II,SO-4 boors for ToaterovI .til-7 Beah.mt k your mall atlilress as often m you whh.
Until Sob 10 Bible Talk .7 Truth or Con.equence (Color) 10 1'1."'. Weather Iso'S.II !
.,.30..p.... AsiaN. 11 Comedy Tim. 10.II T..n.... fcrnl lord Newa' -
It Bur. Bun, .. II.40-4 Guiding) Light ..88-4 Weather
: PROVED- -4 Tb. Llvlnt Wordh ]
'I O-t Alvln BhowB Baored Heart .BI-I..II. New. .,30-4 Newe ll/"JolLO;70tB'iB .

BoapboK" Derby 1000. 4 Lamp Unto My FootS t,00-4 Lov of LI?. HonU..Brln'I., ReportII : ,
RGAVICFOR 10 )Han)jo Billy For Ibdor 10 Moo) 10 NlRht'Llfe) If' ( 4 Rate anywhere In the U.S. or {Canada. ; One Year $S.00;
tI
11 Moraine FlayhoilM I rh\\ Vonl) II Matlne Thealr. of th* Gold Coaati4S :
.tl(-10 Untie Bob 1A IroteMant Small Worship Hour 1,08, -U Dabble) DrakeMl -4 Newi-Waller .,....... k1i \ : Six Month $2.50; 3 Month $1 t.50
I offers a .i30-4 Superman 030. 4 look and UTI -I Star and tho story 0 Mon, II 1'1.' ". ,'
Up if.c ;
I.7 Ruff and Reddy Color) m. Plelur) Wed., ,.... Topi. Tuea Cum po.. 7,00, -4 Red Rkelton I .. "" ,1 (If a resident of !Marlin Cwmty any part of the }ear, $4.50))
ONE-YEAR WARRANTYon 10 An.wera PleM* T Kternal Light Thura.tiB S Yogi Umr. "'" -..... ,-
all 11 Roller) linbrCHRISTIAN 10 HIM Talk -4 If... 7 Movie) ''The Golden Girl" 1 .
colorEXCLUSIJ

parts, including your /I Pot. Bmllh I iSO-4 Aa tfco World) Tim 10 Potpourri Name .......... ...................................
tube! 11 iOO-. Camera I 7 Girl Talk. 11 TRA Want to bring a garden right I ...."............................ ...
a M.olo. "It.. A Wonderful) LI'." 1,41, -* R. My Gueet-Dl.eua.loa '.3_.7 Mr. Novak. !

SALES & SERVICEFRANK'S lb.l I May "".. 1100, -4 Paaiword lola, Combat Into your home? ;' Street................................................................................. ....
10 .wl.h) Worahlp Hour. I : a Deal (Color) 00-4 Big Show
TV II Flnt Baptl.t) Churek ..jLiotr.II NewililO 8,30, .-1 You llont Ray (IColo'l)
I II .to-.' Unlv) or Miami Worklno -4 Hone Party III." M'H..le' Navy' fPwt,7 !'iUf f:: zip

and APPLIANCES R 7 I )Moo k.io.oJoiie.le. "n'. a Wonderful,,) I. '." 1-7 11 Day Tli. In(orion CourtS .10-..00-1.II Ur.atllt' III.h..d( Show Bo.... Iltow OD e..rth it t'I ..... :;; City...... ..,........... .... .... ...... Stale........... ........ Code ...

10 lions for Dbut.In. ,II-4-7 New (Color) .
Heudqarten for 11:SO geitatora Bmalhera and 10 LI.. Rowaril and Women' New .tSO-4 Jack. Benny K

I "thin. Color" TV 11011..4 .01..06-L.rotta' T* Tell Toon.th. Troth 10,000.7 7 Dirk Powell Moor Tb.etr Show aeq4L; THE STUART NEWS

725 Colorado Dial AT 7.3456 Alternoon:; ; 105 (lo.erob Ho.pltob t-7 Hell Telephone: :Hour
I 12.OOHold *'IS-. H... 1-7 Andy Wllllume (. waeka: ) (.solo) E.OCEAN BLVP e STUART. FLA. PO. Box 1047 ATlantic 7-1550
SCIENCE Journey 1130- Edge of Night 10.II The ingltlv. I "
I 7 (Frontier mbat Cireua ,.' You Dent Say Color) 11.00-4.I.7-11 New' ., W...... Spar C W,7-2300 I
RADIO SERIES 10.II for 11 NewaHilO '
Queen' a lay4,00.b
10 Alllm.1, Pond : New' .
Beeret StormMatek II Weather tportall.as
11 allenga ??
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I Cam.I -< Mole .
11, .
RADIO STATION WSTU 30-' Amelelir Houra Mickey M"" .. Cluk 11,30-04 Tiinlgat wIth Johnny Car.
".opl. of the hook .... !
.. 10.11 Major Ad"", Trollm.
EACH !MONDAY 7.1J P.M. 1 ( mmly Matinee 4.30-4 Muol.a 10 740.1.Is .
Id, leen Brene M... itown for DaddyMovie Btarllght Theatre I
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12.nYanbo. CleveUnd)
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I 1180--10 Hienl.h, NewiI
I..ibtn. 10.11 Major Ad_.. Trallma.teg) ,08.-11 Nightwttok' Movl
Almost Everyone Listens To 1.00IIhlrlo, Tempi' 4iBS. -I N... 4..o-11 Movl)*
WSTU 7 10 Hlirhw.y lo.ibtllDi.rononr tatrol 10.II American Newi.Uod _ I : .1'j


KAtilO: STATION I ilO-7 Bm.ther. and HollaI Sopoi't .11 10 iOO-Wnody Left I Buperman' Time Woodpecker. WEDNESDAYMAY I

MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. lout.30 4 CunllooOo.ioo I'lii.burah) Pirate. O. lit. I:30-11 ARC Non ;'
MorntniSam )
? 1..1'Iohln... Weelber .......
_' ___L.Sa.u..lftlm.: '_' 10 Hlu'. Aneela to Chicago 11-1, This la the Storywntof ( .. Monday ......t)

2! 'lao,... and An ... __ I.48-10 8p... Eiploran (....... .)
"ii>MV ifcra (" 'hmhl': .... : ,, -4-1 Non. W...... BvortiT (100. -4 Movl
I,Il WIr.WO AM 'AH" WOIIIIItrVY fi-Mt,: "\n\r N.... Vi..tJa.. 7 Monk.10,30I
stint wrtSH. : .. \\I) "t\'rllF.II: oF.tItloit: : 10 Moo) HI* ) A WI... WorldAfternoon
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kalf hoe humS Ma.loUrn Bporte
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I % r Ml)>' .t Tttralker .4$ *
.. .ill-4 Pour II'.. IportaI .
Tn I TiflIllrtkriar \, a : Tldea 12'111M..I.
ISdl. HhnrHeiterla ... lloepllal MOVEYoIM Newe' ., Weatbr, gporw I.ooInomInnd TriO
at DtllXfl I \\ eaiaeralloaal II Nos.5,20.I'
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Oi3S-4 Weather
1 .ilO- N.' .. Mov"
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1,00-10 Yowl Boor
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Ho.I.-8r1.k.. KesorlNew.

ili I 1I0lldA\ hon SATII1DATFIIISIAW TVu ? .. W..h.I .. S,4OPboto.mohp
I Night Ufe on th. flold Co... ;; ;'
ItlMO "'..Id of *.*!. .. tOO I Dactlat Tkwrektetreet .:41- New' *-Walter Crv>...,,. Evenlnf
/ I R It ...P.... POUR, .II.". 5oo4 Melk. ac 1-7-New*-Hartley. rt.kla, ..00-4.S N.... llpo..., Weather .1 g ,.e.
jetnI -.it B" 10,811 (.... dial) .5 IM "Nan.' It Newe-Ron GoekranTiOO 10 Movie ,
f i.:.. :::'. .11.. .. ;-:alt: ittorid .' Moot" d.yoo.t'h 4 Mr di ,,IO-It Comment-Art drooBliIS I.
15.00 _k ...... Ban. amenta) Jimmy Strickland. ShowRlpcord -7 Son Kllnt-Adv.oture
11.1'1I Si J "W W..I' *l ....1. IIIM, a....rte i I. 1'1.' ... Weather. $ .,,. S S 55

\ m::: Wo(05'. _t : : m::: i.,. ::lilM, HaeileiliUI ffewwad TBA II Bia.I .
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r O.rId ., 111..1. Ijlivrenee Welk TilO 4 To Tell th* TruthS I 18-4 Weather
11006 w.-8W. :'11'1 n'N>> 1\.11..1 RPwO SIMS i..dar' nerritade.IB -7 Movie ...30-4 1'1.' ...
130M No.55. C..ip I ,. Slot! Alee. With 10-11 Outer Limit I H"nU..B.lak"' Bosom.
W"World .f ".... Sow. Mitch 00--4. I I'.. dot Beer* II Rigarfoot
11.115 II' .?aIrtM IIM MartinA C., APo lfIII I1.n. .ilO-4 Luey Dhow II Night' Lire on the Gold 0....'
jix> wtial Kent Po KI ........ !r'YCIANNEL ..4S 54... .
wards C:.. ..w. Neadar ID 11 Wan Train Color.) -4 Walter Cronklt
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1 rIM .. p'Ml, ....d.r ......... ...001>sony Thomea f7-Newi Huntkty, BrloJiley
11_ Io.5 IMIII Afteroej) .*ban II'MI, N... Congenial
.130-4 Andy Griffith IS-IS 1'1." relaxing private-yacht
I3si5 "'':.'78rsa.l. l" MarllB. ..fatrW :: ':.":r ......... 1 ,., Hollvwood and tk. Hart ,..00-4 tlealh' Vailakleherry ., Days atmosphere, gourmet food,
..- 10 llreaklnc.. Point I Ruuad
:iy)' & t '.::--. Ikawiv :::MlIM >:':..:r .......... 11 Mcllalea Navy' 7 Set UllkoII superb service on the beautiful Luxury Uner ARIADNE
Dial Art
It.00 4 Naked Oreo
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> 111.... 1'89 N.... ,... ...... MASTER 17 Y/ll1IIMr/ slop.
4. JOG'"fraWSog
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Tk Virginian fImI'Iy
A "T"* IIBiM .. pop ..., loll Breaking Point Color) III'lnendr.JOG'D IIIoraaply II110JtHlS eralsll!
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I.,.. 11- Rood ).... 1\11-. llere-a t. ', ... ill "Golden 11.-4.t-7-lt-ll H.... Weather, H....." summing paoJ..d8dt 1pOItt..plll enlectainment. partin clanclnl
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COUNTY WHICH\ WILL USE MACHINES Teachers Are Named Orman Parker Arrie Ma/el Belle D.

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a Appointment' of tCllcher fur the I 1 ,II' II, ikrnaleotgh4h5 Schwarz Carol
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Instructions to Voters OFFICIAL .BALLOT OfFICIAL BALLOTREPUBUCAN the traders. wn) mark rcccnll h, Is'st( Jane Singleton.i Marjorie
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In nxN SWITCH RIGHT ELECTION t -. v 1..v1'1<.,: ; m dd Agncr Sharon L(1 PRIMARY
rAiNIHI- YOUR PRIMARY ELECTION Wellh,n D. Woudail. Nancy Thomas, Robert M.

TO CLOSE CURTAINS HHmSMl'STBE I ,.>1 f 'tv 1 I.. ,. Alvarez. Ana M. W1
m MARK YOUR BALOTANB ,. SHOWING FOR VOTE Tuesday, May 5, 1964 'Tu.way; Mar $;:'s196 4 Iloulon Ruffling:: t : 'Clnro Juno: S IL, Under continuing contract ore: Wallace Wallace,, Venus Jane

TO REGISTER Ilrv'ant 1.lrtl'n Rcrgvtraewer. IRther P. Walters, Vellnn
LEAVE MARKS et:1 Martin County Martin County Hurket. lila KhlCI, Albert J. Warn Heck
(','shill Richard thrnd Mlfaorel A. Warn RaeWavhinutnry

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Tongue ill Cheek Letter from Newcomer
Nrwi ERNES'r LYONS' COLUMNS



THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964 Sitting Still in Urges : 'Protect That Status Quo'


Published every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard -
Stuart Martin County Florida A Quiet Place Is <' Edltornote: Are we asleep |plate success. and this conditionmust acre high school site! on Si",iu' Ic 1

Entered U second-claea mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida The opinions expressed are those in the sun:' Is our general attitude i be quickly rectified 76. Such rumors must he st i,, i I
Hobby of the writers If desired, letters against progress?" Do we The greatest set-back has been at once. A junior cotkgcn! :
MEMBER OF.: Rewarding I j are printed above a non de plume) really want things to stay "as is" i the four-tuning of U S I through area would encourage ,in ","
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The News knowing instead of following the pattern ;Stuart No )longer can we boast of more people with all u,.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION THE ART of sitting .tilland saying nothing ) the name of the writer. Letters of growth which characterizes |that the bridge over Frazicr Creekis verse side effects: l1elh"|, .,,
AUDIT BUREAU OP CIRCULATIONS is so badly neglected in our town that I feel I Iut sent in anonymously are filed the Gold Coast The writer below j the narrowest on U. S 1 any- more cars fresh mono SI i I
least! one person ought to practice it. I in the waste basket The Editor. who prefers to remain GORDON LOCKWOOD. Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor anonymous maintains, in a satirical No longer may it be said that we county. This must never h 't,1'1, '
LARON H. CAIN Advertising/ Manager URGES THE BESt: vein, that lots of us real. (are the last community in Florida Rumor has it, too, that UK i itifullydesigncd h,
LAST SATURDAY afternoon I found a MIL I OR BRIDGE ly don't want things to change? to i have only two lanes on the and spuciniK I i,,,,

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida, $4.50 per year; two yean place where a clear little stream was flowing j Editor Stuart News: Per'Onally.e! don't agree with ]Federal Highway training track west of StiiuS, I :"

$8.50 (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates) The shallow running water, clear as crystalin Here is a copy of a letter whichI him-but what do you think? But you can't win 'em all. Politicians State Road 76 muy be cans ,it ,,'J|

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year two years $9.50, the sunlight was alive with fire-tails or ] have written to Martin County buinemen, property as a horse racing track H,.,." '
Six months $2.75 three months 175. suil-niinnows or whatever you call those little
Foreign and Canadian rate on application fellows with the phosphorescent blue light glowIng in their fins It is with great interest thut I scads of aspirants for political offices -' ,cd for holding out as long as they and other populous areas ss ':11 Ii
read that you have allocated $ O.- making their usual reliable) ; have against progressive improves an hours drive, would IK i t I.. .,
000/ in the road budget for a right- I promises of what they will do f \ nient j much of a boon to Stuart I |
We Need to Start the THIS IS MATING season for fire-tails and |of-way and Martin County as soon as they Martin County. The influx ot i ,I' .
Working Let not
from Top preliminary planning | But let us beware us
they flirted and dashed about in pain, puuinaon S j elected let ut pause briefly to pie with money to spend and
for road
a to from Port Salerno bringing the |I' "?
their courtship dances after 1 had sat still go consider what the people want donearound have' anyone envision with may stimulate hotel hlld'm i ',,
to that
a bridge will cross the In- road from the Sunshine Slate Parkway -
long enough to be invisible to them. tracoastal here on the beaches a buildinu hm "?
I
Road I
Waterway. line State
Engineers 'Not Ready' for Inlet Job few in a straight to Stuart and nearby areas ,,,,
It is my understanding that the In the past years, attempts 76, thereby eliminating tho becharming in I ,
have been made to big increase general IIIIM,,,
bring new,
SITTING and keeping my mouth shut i iI need for this road and bridge is ninety-degree turns between
Until It's Tied in With Ocean ParkThis saw a lot All along the little flowing stream caused by the county or the state light clean, unobtrusive and very the Parkway and Stuurt It could also result 111.1> ,"5"
in the wet sand through which it passed there 'acquiring Florida Inland Navigation quiet; industries into this area Unfortunately Squelch and at once any thinking of money into Martin ( OHM'" ;, ,,
there has been token' relieve taxpayers of some t ,iiburdens ,
District land that is located l along these lines This may lead ?
drill of Wilson There
were were
probes snipe. success, and it i. only to be expect This must not hapi ,
wanted |
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which is
directly east of Port Salerno and to not
newspaper has been asked a numberof In 1 a way it would be a new man-made reef I(tracks of raccoons and gleaming fresh mussel ed that these efforts may be con- progress would upset the status qm
that this land
times since last week's numbing Engineers of boulders and concrete some 1,200 feet I i shells where they had fed in the night is to be. used for recreational ;tmucd, But let's keep them pretty (desired or healthy The pay-as-you-go polio

Corps report on St. Lucie Inlet whether we see 1 long rising eight feet above mean low water. this information purposes.If j much under cover, they shouldn't ,beaches Little should They be should done remain about our ins be kept, because it I is the ,".".,t I

any hope Is: there any use pursuing the projI t would be shaped like an angular boomerang A WATER SNAKE that did not see me (then the location of the is road correct and (be encouraged. The quiet withDrawn s their virgin state To improve them guarantee for status quo I I", ,
ect further? Imagine the capital letter "L", if pushedthe I wealth of this area prefers; ] with it. and to adopt I
you remain detached
it to quiet
Of course there is) But we are !going to bottom part of it down about 45 degrees j jas passed just a few feet away, while the fire-tails convenient place;, the place where of wonderful a community 1 to enjoy them. business methods may INd!.!I t I"?

have to start "working down, from the top." the shape of (this wall This angled boom- i rushed into the safety of the grass and moss, i iI it would best serve the public for )high elevation and a waterways delightful i Perish the thought) of big sparkling thinking that the present .,!n 111 q t tatt i I
moded sprawling
We have been handed a package so neatly tied crung of a giant seawall: would be plllcedto I The little stream emptied into a large pool
up with financial strings that it can never block groundswells coming from the northI I bordered by bulrushes Occasionally a fire- 'the bill. An influx of large numbers of i !eels, restaurants, night clubs cabanas modern structures in I k ','

be opened "working up from the bottom. cast t tail would venture out over the depths of the This project is not new as we people may somehow upset this places of amusement etc. ing with the times, be built, ,t I.I'

And it's a bigger, package. It now includes an The planners figure that the breakwaterwould I black water and there would be the splash of all know. Some old maps show natural bulance To maintain this := teu along these virgin: where With vision and u< n" ,c',
oceanfront park possibility to lower costs absorb 80 per cent of the force of the i i a large striking bream or a big bass. a bridge planned for Horseshoe t bulance, Stuart. Jensen Beach and Horrible! The normal result and intelligence such ,i pin i ? I

The District Office of the Corp of Engineers !- swells that broach boats und lake)/ an occasional I I I Ii Point, which is located directly Port Salerno should remain quiet would be people mostly from could be located in the ,II,' I I h.teen .
of the
This with
east Port Salerno bridge north all those crisp
at Jacksonville knows very well that it is toll' ) of lives when they crash on the St Lucie i THE LONGER I sat the more I saw. would connect with the land that dull nnimtics inactive. There little fishing com-) green dollar bills, just asking to I U, S, I and Highw,i '"
are enough people j south of the intersection
not within the realm of practical possibility! reef. ]Down one hundred feet from me a Florida will be acquired for the public. here now enjoying what we have. be spent No this must never be This however would .

for Martin County to put up 75 per cent of the That's original thinking It would probably> i mallard hen came out from the rushes and When the land on Rocky Point To encourage large numbers of 'done. progress and would upset Ih u, 'I ,11

cost! of a $3,300,000( project Do not kid work-wilh some alterations. Local boatmenwere i 1 behind her were six little yellow powdery was zoned about six years ago people to enjoy our lovely beaches Such an occurrence might lead tus quo.

yourself; the Engineer Corps is not stupid at quick to point out that the groundbwell.cllused s i I fluffs of ducklings paddling in her wake. An some of the lots along Horseshoe delightful climate wonderful waterways 'to the eight-lanmg of East Ocean But one thing we must d ill, II\,

any level. The suggestion that we put up an- by tropical storms often come for i iweeks old leather-shell turtle struck up his snout 'Point Road were zoned for bust- and the restful uncrowded 'Boulevard; a bridge over the railroad must encourage fishermen .n',i ,I
other $800,000 as "pre-paymcnt for maintenance from the southeast and if a breakwater for the next fifty could is was the most logical' route from occasionally shop is the 'and, could you imagine such a ,
years" only to give genuine protection for navigation at t i me. He knew I didn't belong there. wrong County Advertising budgets sh" I
have been made in a light vein. St Luck Inlet there should also be a section i I Ii Port Salerno to the beach thing to do.Crowds 'thing the continuation of West be aimed at them; especially ih..,

It the most of to block the southeast swells. Again about four years ago, are to be resented and (Ocean Boulevard with causeways who fish the surf and the bflb.
was convincing way telling A HAWK CAME over floating and hover the| county tried to have a bond resisted because of all the delights 'and a high level bridge to the and those who take their i n <
us that the Corps is not ready to improve St. So far as boating interests are concernedcommercial 'ing as hawks do and instantly a male red j issue approved by the electorate mentioned above should be kept 'westward expansion Lighthouse poles to the ponds andlredll"

Lucie Inlet tit (least! at the district level. The fishermen charter and pleasure I winged blackbird took after it, which told and the route to the beach was over inviolate for the few of us who Point and other ambitious developments and canals

Florida office is going to be occupied doing fishernlen-the detached breakwater idea is a i I that somewhere there was a blackbird nest i in 1 Horseshoe Point Road. The bonds are here now. on the western shores of They bring their own gear II,id

a great many much bigger things for years to whiter It sure looks good. i the rushes. Size makes no difference when were to build the bridge at that The rest of the county should the great St Lucie River. them so! they don't have to 'nI i ;'

come, spending millions upon millions for So don't kick the plan in the teeth because I protection of the young is concerned. 'locution remain as it is now devoted to Such !thinking must be buriedat any money for gear hereloI I'

which the skids have already been greased. so much "impossible money" is concerned In my opinion, this is the most flower, fruit and vegetable growing once of them catch their own hull "
There is the huge Cross-Florida barge canal the logical route to the beach and the i and to the raising of cattle. Fortunately there is only one they don't have to spend nnrch, I
or castigate
I'VE OFTEN
Engineer Corps out onatural t[ wondered why the big predlltol'l j ,main highway, other than U. S
land that the will In money for that. Any kind ol Ixt.
project, now approved; giant "flood control" public use Fruit and cattle processing plants, !i
disappointment. < fly away front these David-Goliath onI I I. leading out of Stuart That i iState is
,this the lund the worn-out
area, along however should he up cheap clothing I'
that end and that discouragedfrom
projects never ; "Engineers'dream They would like to build that detachedbrellk I 'counters when they could easily turn and mllke.hort \ < Road 76 It is best that this satisfactory,
is different not much
i route owned by many entering our area since they J so i is xpcm
?. come true the millions for dredging water just to prove that they can outsmart i. shrift of their tiny attackers: i it people Naturally' this land may employ undesirable people. road be not mentioned or some on that. Their living quarter ,,"u
and rocket banes at the Capo. the breakers and make St Lucie :one with vision may begin an ex- .
Inlet t will be enhanced in value All boards quite cheap and modest. Esc,
E The Engineers right now are In "Happy safe They would like to lick, the erosionproblem. JUST SITTING and looking I was aware If any other route is selected, a political constant vigil against must mamtain the-1 pansion tour lune in that direction and thing should be devised to nu,, >I

Valley They have enough to do In Florida Sonic time. When they are ready ,of the clock of the sun slowly descending and j the route to the beach would ai- encroachment of any business that: A- better 76 idea too would be to increase more of them here Our quiet ,d',:

in the way of monumental projects to keep And when the orders come down from above ;I thought of the stars that would be coming most wholly fall within the land. points to progress. Road blocks I' the speed limit on U S I- oily can he maintained bv hI'pc\ 'I ,
| for decades of a few Individuals, or more, and yet more of t lu ,
them going You will very may.t "I
note that there was no demand 1 up the clocks of the night Down at fee must he quickly set up to thwart( to seventy-five miles an hour, thus
I 1 d I In a way, it is sad that the Si Lucie Inlet for "100 per cent local participation to figerosion" ht were marine shells from ancient seas my that' be only one Pcicon And then after and discourage them ,enabling cars to go They'll never spell progress1'
I project only amounts to 3300000. That is when the bridge 11 constructed the To date attempts to all l I they To sum it up status quo m "i .,
the stymie fast
1 Corps moved swiftly andefficiently 1 ,covered this part of Florida 100,000 years ago .county would have to build an expensive as as possible 1 mw! be not go!
: such a piddling amount of money that they pre- to close Peck's Lake Inlet. progress have fallen short of coin- tempted to stop
-maybe even longer in the past-and I 1 ; road through private lands! Whooping Crane
(r If for for us to put it up ourselves The job is That sea-muda inlet was caused by erosion It has been rumored that a Martin \"
i thought of the living flesh that had been I in i not really big enough to interest them seriously It was eroding bigger and bigger every day Anyhow it is obvious that they are in It was stealing sand that should have driftedsouthward I men, I ask that you make a thor A committee appointed by the: considered for the sixty five- people think)

no hurry. Period. Again do not kid yourself and was making the already terrible' |ough study of this route for 1 know j Jensen Area Chamber of Commerce 1
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SILENT too clam \ II! I _
by George; no ever Jot
about the Engineer Corps It is a remarkably erosion problem on the Town of Jupiter Island I Ieven that you want to select the route to get all the facts (unbiased) NEW YORK VLSI I OR
talked. I
( But then realized how little know
capable outfit. If it wants to do something worse. The Islanders and rightly pleaded we i that will best serve the public concerning this matter workedon OPPOSES NETS LET'S LAUGH
it does it and ,about anything, how apt we are to assume i Very truly yours the for
quickly efficiently. for fast action from Washington. They went t report five months or
1 Some day it will be ready to improve St. straight to the top and they got relief (that t ours is the only valid or worthwhile experience Roger M Skillmun more, getting all the facts necessary Editor Stuart News: ..
\ 1 have an answer to Carle ,,_,_
the marvelous Ha/en a
I Lucie Inlet That day will probably come when There were no hearings. There were nlongdrawn upon planet CUT ORrulcVuv: I t to be brought before the concerning netters. First there is

' there is a state park or a national seashore out surveys or Congressional' ARE CALLLD RICKY' public. a limit to the catch for Florida The manager ot a large busin," '
park for three or four miles south of St Lucie authorizations, or appropriations. The Engineers THERE are molluscs with eyes. Have you This committee has done a good fresh water fish that Mr. Hazen house bought a number of th. .,
Inlet Engineers have said that public ownership found $300000 in emergency funds anquickly {ever seen the eyes of a Queen conch, bellutifulblue [ I :Editor The News: j job and this report should not be mentioned as having no limit in Do It Now" signs and hung the,,
of the stretch coming out on stalks from the mass, It seems that it is time someone criticized by just one individual Florida up all over the place.
would reduce the local closed eyes also
| the against the ofeommerciul : on some salt water
gap
protests brings' to the attention of the cmf f before it is presented to the taxpaying They came down abrupt
anti-erosion share to 50 of meat inside a conch shell)? Did know fish such as snook and again
per cent Instead fishermen, charter and j you at a later
pleasure. zens of Martin County intruders [ citizens in the Jensen area after the cashier skipped out war
of 100 In all that t a sea scallop has a hundred date there will be a limit
per cent. probability would also boatmen. eyes arranged \ on the
coming into our community with Now that these remarks are $20000.()() ) the accountant elop
result in lowering other prohibitive local assessments They did so on the grounds that the cusons t, in rows along its lip? Perhaps even in this different forms of trickery just made public and more or less being striped Fork of bass the! planted !in the North with the only efficient sccrctai

siltmg-m the Intracoastal Waterway. It; J rubble of shells on which 1 sat 1 thought this side of the law concerning i ii rammed down the throats of he familiar St Lucie River So three clerks asked for a raise .
not
So, basically, our problem is to start work was and they had valid reasons for swift there were once creatures who loved life as i :fraud. t the many on the other side of the laws is of his with the fishing. the office boy joined the Na \
I ing at the top for such a park The State of action. well as any of us. One incident we have m mind tis t once, why not have more makeor As for taking own the state. S

I Florida Is already Interested. The wild stretch Getting an improved St Lucie Inlet Is not t' a recent stunt calling Martin send in their comments in this from the netters family living, never away:but Waitress" : "May I take your t

i of eroded land south of St Lucie Inlet toward going to be so easy. It will take some doing ON A BULRUSH stalk close by there County residents and informing. matter. with the nctters acts they are grud-; der sir?
the settled was cluster of BB eh them they hud won so many dollars What now? Is this of the Salesman: "I want two .'
part of Jupiter Island holds but t it is still worth going after. Just getting a whitish-pink eggs of report ually doing the same things with eggs
the to the inlet and it made think of marvelous worth of valuable gift certificatcs (fact-finding committee going to the erdone lukewarm coffee ,11'i '.
key and the key to solving the the t "tentative plun" is a big step forward. !sue, me the if would owners and employes of mo burnt
they j toast"Waitress
just
cer-
erosion problem for the Town of faculty of all creatures to reproduce "each pay a fall flat on its face or is another Ids apartment
buildings
and
Jupiter Actually, the more "tentative" the plan I is tain amount to cover sales tax and be : "Anything else
I committee going to appointed M" '
Island. the I better : 'after its kind. They were the of the stores where fishing tackle is sold
and the eggs
longer it stays In the Districtoffice cost of printing and handling books |to make a more complete ? Salesman: "Yes, sit down ," ,
report Martin
in
The assistance of the powerful people who for revision and study the better So giant Florida snail the favorite food of the of gift certificates. These, !so-called This\ should be done or the report more County and In turn nag me, lot homesick"
'have their winter retreats on the Town of long I as it is "tentative," it is alive but if it limpkin and the Everglades kite, a wispish gift certificates are only good on I presented to the Jensen Chamberof taken people will have their living .
Jupiter I Island would be invaluable in but enduring link with the future a certain specified and away from them than The old
achieving starts i up through channels-without strong day spread 1[ Commerce by the fact-finding the netters. saw about men no,
this double goal. support i from above-the sooner h is apt to out over a period of a few months 1 committee should be presented at I, along with Mr. Wilson who making passes at girls with gt l "
It would benefit them immeasurably and get| clobbered by the Division office or, eventually t I WATCHED a water spider skitter across and some of the gifts would ne 1 1cessitate once[ to the general public' at a had a letter on the subject would ses isnt true. It nil depends I'" '
their assistance should be sought They know i the Chiefs office at Washington the surface of the pool not even getting its the receiver to purchase I called meeting placeConcerned like to know why the Izauk Wal- their frames.-Orville Reeds IniQLOIXBLE '

how to "work down from the top" It is obvious that we have to sell a financial feet wet Now if I had done that it would the something gifts at else the in order to receive. Citizen ton Club of Martin County allows

There are some good things in the "tenta-ly 1 feasible plan from the top. If it takes a stateor have been a "miracle" I thought but when are proud recipient's of \Martin, "pene.We Coun- Jensen Beach nets to be used where there are 1
live plan" which was shown to national a plain old water spider performs the actisn't protected fish such : QUO IKS
our county < a park to make it financially feasible :' it ty and our new growth so please, WHY Mf STANDS as snook and
delegation lust week. that's what it lakes anything fellow citizens, lets become edu- ON TAX MILLAGE striped bass. Are the members of Reasoning with a child is 11' .
After the "shock" of the patently Impractical We should ask the help of the Jupiter cated before it is too late. We all above club a group of nctters?" if you can reach the child I K
local financial angle has worn off (the Islanders to bring thut about. They should AS THE SUN got lower a herd of cattlecame know you cannot get something I'Editor Stuart News: there I would! like to suggest that son without destroying your oat>
be
3 county board knows very well that the taxpayers give that help because solving the down to drink at the fur side of the for nothing so lets not become Haven't seen any candidates jet Lucie no nets allowed m St. -John Mason Brown
problemof 'take stand on real estate taxes. and Indian Rivers from .
countywide are not going to bond erosion is their biggest headache. We should pool. They were black Angus gentle introductions prey to such schemes : a "Ten Cents"! and the
We
were promised some relief "Twenty-five
= themselves to stop erosion on privately owned 'keep everlastingly after from cold and misty Scotland and Your Truly Cents" There are some things[ whincannot
our Congressman and I by the school board last if bridges to the inlet
Mr and Mrs year during he ..
I. \M Trifles learned ,
oceanfront) the Engineers should be thanked Senators to insist that the running along with them were a dozen white the months of quickly era.
Engineers January
serves me right. February
presenta Mr and Mrs James D. my memory Why time, which is all .
t
we have our j
= for the plan. They put some original thinking financially feasible plan. We should enlist cattle egrets The forefathers of the cattle Farley. don't the candidates come out endive and March day or night. If a salt be paid heavily for their n. .
t J into it Good thinking. The plan should be the aid of the next governor (Farris Bryant: egrets, I thought lived in Africa along the Palm Citv. their opinions on the tax mil- water license is needed for such They are the acquir thin'
1'1 U kept alive. They should be complimented for is already giving his) and on a national level Nile. They perched on the backs of lyre- j ji. age Which has reached the limit a move. I am for it along with and because it very takes simplest a mans into "

it but told that !it is not quite right yet and the Secretary of the Interior should be told horned cattle and probably on hippos too. nmsns:: RH'OKI' ON of ability to pay for retired people hundreds of others that are paying know them the little that sec .s

z should be revised some more. No hurry. on the seashore park idea. They didn't belong here any more than did the t INC'ORPOR \IION OF on small incomes? the high prices for catching man gets from life is very u"i'\
There is a good sand-transfer scheme 1 in There is hope-but only by "working fromthe black Angus JENSEN: 81',11Editor ': -Stuart Retiree the small fish that get through the the only heritage he has o i

e JU it which would help fight erosion and keep a top down." Stuart News.: Dear I! Retiree: nets.May I add that fish don't leave.-Frnest Hemingway,

flow of beach-restoring sand going southward AND THEN I hud a feeling that I was "Inadequate incomplete and Last week we said we weren't under mangrove trees spawn ,
"" down Jupiter Island-to the national parkor being watched. I turned around to look behind not ready" are the remarks made j going to print any local political Hazen mentions It takes the as Mr. There is the same difference I'and
the state which and the of by one citizen I I l letters. but is fair sun a person before and after he "I' ,I'
park we don't have yet t Annin on crest a spoil bank framed out of a possible yours a question I to hatch the eggs
and to the invaluable beaches of the Town of Castro With by the setting sun, was a magnificent hu 4KX( \)() concerning the possibility and should be answered. George Hazen and love as between an unlighted I 1.lm'

Jupiter Island Air Missiles Dangerous humped Brahma bull. g0of the incorporation of the Jen- -The Editor.It's Liverpool, N. Y van one Gogh that is burning.-Vinad

But the amazing thing is the new Idea, .
something never advanced here before, a Letting Castro play with high-altitude sill i iHE DID'NT belong here, either but in -

"detached breakwater." Like we said before, aircraft missiles" is like giving a six-yeuro Id far-off India I realized/ and I wasn't invisibleto First Go-round In Party__Nominations Is 'Enticin Theft'

r don't underestimate those Engineers they boy a loaded .38 with a hair trigger. him. Don't tell me that there isn't a force a

are smart cookies. It is an irresponsible act which carries that comes from the eyes; I could feel his glare Proper Law Enforcing?

i This breakwater would be a huge wall not with it the threat of starting World War 1 II. a violent and cold hostility that I should be Voters Choose Their Party NomineesIn The legality Of

connected to any jetty built out in the ocean 1 VVe have placed hint on notice that if he hogging his side of the water hole. the entrapment pl't""t'

between the St Lucie reef and the tea buoy. shoots down our U-2s used for observationagainst First Primary to Be Held used by the State Beverage Department '

missile emplacements, we will Like IT DAWNED on me that I didn't belong TuesdayGo secure the 1,000{ ( ) cases of whisker.

I .I proper measures in retaliation. there. I quietly rose and eased to my car. My have been reposing in a trailer truck u ,,1)1"
Khrushchev should think long and! hard to the polls and! vote next Tuesday, Next Tuesday's balloting m what is called rear of Martin
fishing rods still in the front County I"
were seat I jail sonic"
I The Stuart New will furnish photo prints. 1 before May 5This. "the appears
first
turning over those anti-aircratt primary dubious
batteries: I wasted three four is to select
guess or hours party nominees
to 8 by 10 Inches of picture 1 just silting applies and
of sizes up any to Cuban Surveillance to the 8,206 Democrats
crews. of Cuba is vital| who have
taken by the NEWS staff for a charge of $2.00(I to our survival We Intend to continue it. and.looking but I enjoyed myself. the 1,608 Republicans registered in Martin opposition A second primary on victed According to various news stories, ."
for the first print 'J>d $1.00 for any additional County It does not apply to the thirty-four May :26! will be the run-off in cases where counterfeiter out on bail while fiL": :'

t prints ordered from the same negative at the AND JUST the other night covering a registered as I Independents. There is no Inde- three or more are running for one office and nteen.ear jail sentence was use.'
i sizes special quotation.Stuart banquet while an inane cacaphony of idle pendent "undercover man' to purchase the whisko
same tune; larger We that Pony in Florida-and why some citizens none gets a majority
employee will not take photographs see Lyndon is asking close to a conversation, mixed in with guffaws and gig- insist on is The Miami.
News registering as Independents a Democratic
ballot
billion dollars for war on poverty; it ales, punctuated by the rattle dishes will list all state .
except for the new and advertising' that be is appears of and mystery unless thev mean "a pox on both your and local offices which There n no doubt that a crime was c-
New. using the same sort of ammunition various slurps and munching sounds filled the Parties!" are contested The muted I but
column of The Stuart that Certainly they forfeit the opportunityto Republican ballot will be the question which is bound)
have for
i we been all only three
shooting over the worldi I found
room myself saying to myself: "GeeI select BOV. come
help the up when
f in aid. candidates, although they can ernor candidates since the the case reaches the cou
foreign Republican
'II i wish I bids for
was back with the fire-tails. vote the is whether
.. in general election next fall local office are uncontested in the party its a law enforcement agency "entu*>
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Juik and Faye\MllluniMm. have three daughters: Sandy 11;Becky 6 and Linda Fay 9.They are known
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33RD DISTRICT i


MY.uFriends in MARTIN COUNTY



"I thank you for your courtesies and kindness to me

in the campaign which ends at the polls Tuesday.

"I ask you to go to polls Tuesday and cast, your

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vote for me. Thank you again." Jack H. Williamson




JACK H. WILLIAMSONTHE



IN 33rd DISTRICT

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ,.u.,
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STUART (Tta) NFW' Thlm+day, Aprtt 30, VdI -


Florida Vehicles Gain and [ Home Building I Section' T Building Permits I.VX To 80000).000 meet engineers instead the nations: of by the 1970 need current nearly for

I I II I Total $166,100 40,00 will have to be graduated

Small Cars Are Up by 14% Permits for an eight-unit motel annually from colleges.

in Incliantown Booker Park HeathcoteNurseries
Motor vehicle licenses of all | ous miscellaneous categories s lHIf I
types issued in Florida passed' the I as dcmomtrators and duplicate. RECENT BUILDING PERMITS of and Martin ten resilience County, boosted in various parts
3,000.000 mark for the first time State and loaal luvnoy vehicles ar s building.
last year, increasing 4 per cent over included "but federal vehicles ar.: (April 17 ihroiiKh 24)) permit 1K( ) total issued for twenty-one last week to permits t $166,, Architect Designed( Landscaping.

the preceding year, the same gain I II. excluded from these tabulations Owner Iocurton tontrattorCity Sixteen county permits .totaled Oriental Design A Specialty) ,
as the national i average, the FlonI "The number of Floridians pe Description Amount $139800( ;; the city inspector I Issued Complete LlM of Ornamental
I da State Chamber of Commerce passenger' oar taut year stood al t
of Stuart four for $8,300.; and one was Mont !Material.The Indian
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18
2 with 2 75
"nointcd out in its Weekly Business compared nationuly i failed
In the Town River Arta'i
': Review released recently ..The slat, I li ranked sixth' by thil of Scwalls Oblent Landscape
Passenger' automobiles totaled low passenger-per-oar figure Ruth Freeman 500 Colorado Avenue Martin Demolish building ............ Point for $18000( Nursery, Our 38th Year.* Turn
I- The number of Coral Gardens Construction Co. River Point Drive South None Rigid off US. 1 at
2373812. ft per cent; trucks larger car rqistrutions Residence S 8000 Unikley
numbered 3.3,218, a gain of 4I i in Florida W and WV W. 1. KepnerAlpnla Martin Mobile Home Park Jensen' Sales Patio 300 New I Headquarters Lumber In Fort Plme. Phase

I per cent; trailers 217,582, up 4 perCent licenses hal been climbing rapid Corporation 900( () South Federal Highway Scott Constructor Demolish cover buildingsResidence ..... For Game Board HOward 1-5332.
two
in Last this
: : house trailers 112,HI I, up 8 ly recent yell year
,I.. per cent, and buses came to 7.- category gained S per cent but Martin County In South Florida ..
810 up 6 per cent The balance slipped in Us proportion of the Construction, of I new Game and
,included 36,501 J motor cycles and total cars, giving evidence that the Louis; papsidero South. Jensen' Heights None Fresh Water Fish Commission I
7000(
!scooters, up 7 per cent, and van demand for them Is tokening. Herbert J. Foehr Rio Tom SylvesterHolappel building that will provide research' C'&mpJr.e
Medium sized cars with plain lags Residence 16500)
C. laboratories office and
Mosony Jensen Beach ) hangerspace AutomotIve
also dropped slightly in proportion Addition 750 for commission aircraft, i it
SAr TI AIDS Henry dricn Port Salerno
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I l 10 the total None
warehouse' scheduled to in I
Storage 2,000 begin the near
Smull cart, with D licenses' Samuel N. Rhodes Jr. I Legion Height Repair
Sam future
Rhode Construction Co. Two residence (each) 8000 at Fort Lauderdale, According
LOCKSMITHSKEYS were up 14 JSr! cent in number to Sandy Montgomery Booker Park None to A, D. Aldrich, director
reach 110, 1 lust and also I MotelFallout )12000
year Henry Spieler Char-min The
MADEs Trailer Park, None new building wilt include
itepped up in shore of the total. Ray Radtke Jensen Beach shelter 900 modern research laboratories: for Chason's Garage
Lock Combinations This time trend was shown byal' Forfa
ResidenceResidence 8000 both and fresh
game water fish
: \ for hire and taxis, Together Walter JohnsLeonard Rocky Point None projects, office for Dial AT 7-2311
45000
pace
Changed they numbered" 46,86ft, a 10( percent Drunker Palm City Form None assigned to the personnel ) SERVICE POM SAFETY
NEW LOCKS- : gum which resulted" in a larger Perry Camber Mobile Home Garden None Equipment shed 100 CM, hanger space resaarchraj. 41"4t I..tb Pdw.t HI. ,,.tr I
Trailer addition
of the total 250 _
part Bill Smith house 'two -
I Lighthouse' Point None aircraft and ont helicopter
Ilobe Sound French author Voltaire Sadler-Mile ighlhousc Point None Residence 12000 plus an area for emergen-
report. Residence 17, OO cy repair of airboat and
546.4881546.5131 LIly drank fifty cups of coffee a D. V. Potter Golden date Park None Garage I,000 >uggid. The new building will swamp"be Tops In Design
lay when ha was eighty yeses old. Earl fried line Vistii Salerno None Cabana stubResidence 800 located at the Fort Lauderdale
Hollywood International .
Town of Sewalls/ Point Airport KINGSIGNS
No .two punches used by railrond
111 Drew King Jr Scwall Point Rood None 18000 conductors are exactly alike In
pattern or design or the pcrfora
tion. Each is registered in .the name
of the conductor who uses' it.

fA\\ One-bedroom Home Has 2 Porches Lightning coat the nalion'i

FURNITURE RENTALS farmers $34000XJO( ()( in 1962 in NEON SPECIALISTSFort

__,letseral,a>r major barn, home and livestock
I lo.ses. Pierce HOward 4-1399
ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial The first group of figures I c :
in the house number represent %
PAINTS HARDWARE I
AT 7-08(14( We Give Gold Bond SlamMMotors i the square fret of liva- -
able area in the house (The ATlunllc 74)363Plunblnc) GEORGENELSON
other group i* an office number M tr itj I
.) According to Jan Rein C.I.l.d ....
I er, the cost of building such SuMllot
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about $10 per square foot, : I
exclusive I of land cost. For example To SUttckEloctric Painting
i house numbered SuppIlM I
935-11 I would have 935 square j td.5., ._.... rr Block. a.MM.. Interior Exterior
Rewound fact of livtfc'e!:' a r e a, and Skill, Port.r C.b1..d Oth.rt I Dial AT 74949
e Home Wiring & Outlets should I cost :approximately INDIAN RIVER SALES Licensed ft Insured
$9,350 to build On Tbi D.I,. On. Mil North I
I Water Pump Repairs JENSEN BEACH

OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4 ---- --
By JAN RIINFR:
feeling are sought, then a home I in the cool season However, the .,
Home No, 1'100-170
especially a masonry one will he rear end of the 1 11 I by 17-foot living GARAGE

The differential of livability between preferred.The room'may also "be used for dining
D ED a large trailer and a compact one-bedroom Home No. when larger; groups are to be serv
6(10-170( presented here, .
is an attempt
:tiousc lies not HO much in the square ed.The
to provide the three senses bedroom suite h accessible
f footage (which can ba about the 'In an explicit and economical way. from the kitchen, or, if desired, a
; ), the mechanical comforts Only 24 feet wide, this 600 square door (not shown on plan) may bu w
HIGBEE (which can be the Mime), but in the J foot: t masonry Florida retirement placed between the bedroom and -I,
ELECTRIC 1 feeling of roominess l, indoor-out. home will fit the narrowest of resident i nvilng) room just hack of the PORCH "
relation, and mobility which al lots and-due to the loca front door. The 9'/i' by 10-fool S to
327 ach one offers in Us own specific lion of its windows-still provide bedroom has one 5 foot closet t tt
OSCF-Or AT 7.074'I ay. Where a sense of permanence, I for adequate privacy from ill (with bifold doors) and two shallow ?-a. 11.17Q
a iirmcss and close-to-thc-ground; neighbors (who may be not more closets' (L and C). A 4-fool LIVING I.
'- thin 12 feet away). wide window faces the C 4
awning
Now What Could Surprise I-Icr--M r. The front rorch'becomes the street and a 6-foot sliding glass I lc
foyer and a visual screen betweenthe door opens into the porch If pre
I living room and the street Its I fared, a window could be substituted c
} IN; 13 by 6-foot SilO it just big enoughto for the gluts door The high
accommodate 1 few chain: ore ceiling adds to the airiness of this
f a + s '", sofa for resting: The :12 by 7footrear room (which should be painted in
porch. hindy to the kitchen, off.white colors!). !FORM
b becomes the outdoor dining area The bathroom is accessible from h"p PORE Ch
for the summer months the bedroom hall and thus made
Between the porches is the living accoustically isolated from t the '0010addilional 2 LUHR'S JERSEY
SEA
"t14 room with us sliding glass living room. I designs by Reiner i a l SKIFFS"The
,. ,'.i' doors opening on to both porches. The 12 by 20-foot garage n accessible available at Vul's Book Shop or
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t Its I ceiling is rather high along the from the war allay The I newsstand Ideal Boat for Florida JJ'aters"WOOD'S
street side ((9'/S' feel) and slopes washer (W) and water heater (cir. or by mailing $1 I 'to
down to R feet along the teat clc on plan) are installed against 1000( -Fifty-second Street North,
porch wall. the kitchen n\\ and close to the St. Petersburg\ Flu.) COVE
ar ) The 10 by 10-fool kitchen has jalousie side door. A 2.foot extension .
a U-countcr along the outside wall (waist high) of the rear Lebanon has just t gotten its first
< with the sink (IS) under the win. wall of the garage provides a woman member of Parliament AT TIlE EAST END OF TIlE PAlM CITY BRIDGE
dow Along the porch side Is af screen for the garbage cm She is the twenty-six'year-old PHONE SMART, AREA CODE 305, TEL 287-1298
... >'<4.foot niche for the timing table The shed roof, sloping away daughter of an Arab inJiMnahst I
y ? I ----- -- unbroken line over the house and death recently, I _

r iRt4 \ METALWe the with garage tar and The white roof river is gravel topped 1lU"J.VVJ.! !" ; ,! .,."J.V.\I.,,! !\ !,' 11\mi\ ''i 'i'lfi1'i'ITI"\ \ "'I 'I\'i'r, I'rl, ''lri"iIr'"rI\Uj\

a Are Worker In !Metal This is a slab-on-grade mason;
IF WE IXNr HAVE IT ry house. wilh ti.inch-thick exter
WE CAN ior walls, inside frame partitions
MAKE IT
(plastered), terrizo floors, plas- I
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tered ceiling with built-m electric FIRST
t4 =! Seating coils Another way of heat.
= ing would be a heat pump located :
in the fa rage with ductwork along ? i
the ceilings I:
STUART PLUMBING Home No. 600( -170 was designed
w DSdiii & METAL WORKS by architect Jan Reiner, the MORTGAGE
Bra 148 A TI...,.. T 0131 author of Florida Homes (The 1 1C
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Mom with the year-ronnd time and atep-saver-an extension phone. I I i ON INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES }

Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like ft most-bedroom, In addition to dispensing essential drugs i I

kitchen, Florida room patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Business to your community,your druggist also provides i- FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY

Office or ask any telephone serviceman. % another service by stocking many .! East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart

Southern@" Bell important items of a nonpharmaceuticalnature. -: ATlantic 7.0122


..c-.u tit Rlclaa Corner Atlantic Ave and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce I ITlR


right ExercIse 11$11 your citizen... be sure to register and vote this year jjel t STUART DRUG CORP. : HOward 1.3160 '
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M M 'rn 1 YOUR REXALL STORE AT 7-1821 IMS 20th Street JO 2-2300 Vcro Beach S

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New Hearing Is Called for May 21 manta tluwrd to TIff 'iT{' VRT (Racists) NFH9I
1 New Nurses'Association to I hursclm.' April 30. I>64 7-C
i Darryl L. 1J'ortll ,


Asks Zone Change for 'Trailer-Retirees' II Hold a Rummage Sale May 1-2 i, undI I lIrrI'l;.... L.Thm Worth Curtis son. 219 of Wait Mr. I I, Enough Pageant," and: "The"The Diary Dark of I U Anne light


The Florida Nurses A'''ICIII', In the Mirrwmdmg counties Second Street, und a 1"2 gradu, Frank
post. .._
On 25 Acres lion, District 4:, will hold a rum- I have booed' districts, but this .ttes, 1.1 Vlarun 1 ('Iunly Senior High.I In 1'1100 I '--- (there were---only seven
St. Lucie Inlet Farms Area'Bell 0 i" rfn'nlll the reCIplel11 lit II I
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mag' stile at the old Ail' building is" the tint time that Martin ( oun- drama' Rest Actor iii the I si.ids ulna more than half of
on Last! Ocean Boulesursl, Friday t ty has been able to provide a dis- I i Year:: II\; \Berry; College.; MI 1 tier. I I the adults, h ,III completed highKhool
and ,
Saturday Muv I and 2, from
Zoning Commission I "' bled 1 t net ol its own.Procet'ls r"I.IV I HUN wire Utah, Alaska
brothers until board 8 a m. to
member could p.m.This
Reminds
med IIIlrhol\1l\l'e, Dorrtlnpleated I Nevada VAvnminti, Colorado, Cal-
I Fred G. Johnston, owner of the Johnston stated the proposed give it more duds and try to determine newly orynnued group of f1'111t b i i. rummage arc III thc Marthll n c r r s' Ilornil, i ,i mlV'ishmglon
"entyfive acres, applied for rezoning development of "this section of the nurses was formed in M,.rt in sale will he used to help defray I
thoughts of the .
of the south half of Tract people CVHinty as a subdivision ot the c
County Board' the involved in the or
4, Tracts 6 anj 7. Block 19 from the county will be hastened and owning adioimng property Florida Nllr,"' Association, which expense 1 (..I'MI: : (RHII\ :MVN !S\\H ae
AI I small farms to R'A. liberal improved by the addition of the Bell then reminded the hoard is a direct division of the American gumralion of the new district ton cun'l '..'ul (the combination of itn rt-' '

Against More multiple family financially independent resident that 'thu i. an idvrrtlseit public Nurses' Association ROB*'Rr F.. JONES fittest heist Crtilil Iliirvuii. pint Us nffllialfon -
In a letter to the zoning commission from out-<1f-state such as the applicant hearing I am sure the adjoining The local group has t entv- (;RU I' LARKS: (.R\n I with the National \"Hh.tIOl', | | of
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will /bring" He said most
his tight I members and hopes to '
presented by attorney property owners ire aware of It appeal Credit Kiirvam.
An application n st'!"I pending Michael O, Litttman Johnston of the reillenl.oulJ be from and would be present tonight to trt the Interest of more regis Ruben E Jones seventeen, son
with the Martin County Planning slated !since 1955 he hat concentrated Canada voice their opinions if they were tered nurses who wish to participate of Mr and! Mrs Paul. Jones olVartield I
and Zoning Commission to re- his efforts on "the development The letter pointed out the property Interested in it." I in helping I to establish and \ Boulevard. Indian town, MERCHANTSk
j 11 no longer suitable/ for small standMd, bus / ( \ al the
ton twenty-five acres I in the area and improvement t of the Bell also pointed I out that this 'promote ol nursing a cl1mrlctedlIlMic raining t
( with the farm operation, mutter was spokesman' said I N a\ul training\ Center, Oreut t
of St lucic Inlet farms to permit entyfive acres view to advertised as a change CREDIT BUREAU N.re
mohile homes for retired people bringing out-of-state people of retirement When Johnston explained to thecommission from AI I to RH coning and mother ) The primary function of the as |1I.I\\.e&\ Ill ThIS ninll.leetrail1lntt\ 1
A second age with independent financial his i plan to sell: trader classification could be satiation j is to promote the gcmr, includes naval orientation. historv
change will hearing be held on the Mav zoning meant and objects similar sites, Chairman Joe Grecnlecs toldhim unless the matter was approved cc-- al health and welfare of the pub .,mil orgiiniziition. seamanship ord 'MRIIN tOl'NTVS' lt\ni\(. (RFDir BURFAITPKOIISSHml

21 J at a regular meeting on of I he'ISIT his. own to reside on the proper that K3A zoning covered trailer advertised lie through association program. nanci; ,rod gunnery, inilitar\ drill, I ( r\ll\M.I? III II DING DART
parks and rental sites, but not and activities I lest nd and survival
in mobile homes similar to the Bell declared (that all future notices relationships .
/1" that could /be sold He Mid -
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with'.and the in which social t thus contacts he provide himself that himself he now no application if Johnston should plan to have sell been 1 lots\ the for a hearing zoning would j is amendment being state held that but to the consider the public notice THIS IS THE BALLOT AS IT WILL APPEAR IN THOSE PRECINCTS IN

i longer has since the death of> his RT zoning. would not set forth
etasa
any -
e lit I .. Johnston told the commission Mlfical ion, MARTIN COUNTY WHICH WILL USE PAPER BALLOTS
I I IEatat he did not plan to subdivide at the The
zoning then
Guaranteed present tune, hut he had set aside commission .. ,,
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voted to re-advertise for a public ... ""., w w stwa e1e .r d 0 .
one right-of-way for a sixtyfootroad hearing on May 21. ... .( \" ,.>
\ OUR FOUNTAIN Rug CleaningCall and another road right-of-/
way of fifty-five feet He said he Christmas
For Your Favorite Drink trees and the
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WE SERVE LUNCH planned to do all the developing holiday greens must be inspcctetand OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT i' ,
at his own expense, including future i > ..
certified
free of
I STUART DRUG CORP. WARREN'SA road paving, that he woulddo eggs: before they can gypsy bo shippedout moth, :L r .
and would .1
no advertising only PARTY
SI Lwle A F1..I. DI.I AT ,T-H2J'' of areas under Federal quarantinc \ DEMOCRATIC ;
I THE IU.XALL: STORE 7.1755! sell to retired people ,

Hoard members discussed thero"ihllilv 1i \ $l.NNun 1ee11r $TU$ N ,, +++w rwv'n I'. ,
-- of other owners in the I:11TIsi: tIF7xp

areuI h) might apply for the' .. ....
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rust 101 Ml n It I.: ,'"? 11's'. .4i d.M.S.w44.r .r r.rrrr..S.wrr.rw. r4.rwrr. ww.ywi
Enjoy the Summer Season same type of zoning 1\"'Mvuv; >UMi"iix">i "'no i ,, j w
With New "Do" from When asked for advice, County IN UK,, I M .
I a Engineer and Zoning Director Fred KhT" rn or { .
nell told HI1HMIT: I.m:11: ( Of CIAlfRIMARt; BALLOT $
the commissioners
zoning \\'II.U.VMS, ,
PARK PLAZA that, based on the attitude of !'>pr...." { .
the Board of County Commissioners All SlOllf rr.lltnr.'K' lit of I II lIp V:DIKIIK e.t. nf Mi DEMOCRATIC PARTY t.

BEAUTY SALON and their Instructions the last Rait'ttT Al'iii.xx. vit.LtAMs, d. ,
time he requested trailer zoning, era.rd, nor her" nolltiwl, .nit re. ? .,..,.' a n /
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317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2838 mired. lu flip not Sill,. o. ctP'o.nl. ? l .3TUa J0 wrvwwlM.wewn.
he would recommend that the "hlo'h Ih."% any h.\u"'nol' v rrrMe.ww.r
trailer zoning not be allowed .01,1 e.ttiie, I" II""r "rare or lhn .... A
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OWNER GJ'ORGIJIRDWICK comity "f Mnrlln w+rww.r+wr4..Trr..rr..rw.4. w. *Awrlefrw."w..r, ++ .r .
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County'
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was Mlorl
very explicit i? mini'"""" et Km:
OPERATORS: \ELMV THOMAS BARBARA HUNTER in its in'truclionl." Bell i Sri. ullliin' lKhl rnlrndH .
liKintlii from the dale of the flr.
--- said. I "hllo.lIun l of thin I not UP. PnrH OfCIAL PRIMARY BALLOT aq ,
1 RFCFPTIOMSTi BETTY \RD\VICK Commissioner Frank Forsbcrg/ claim i or and Inn( 1 e o e r 1
I Slit HIP pin nr rMfilini s e a. ,
suggested. that the matter he taI ." .,,,1 poel i.orRre .dilrp.. nr 1 ,
-- -- -------- ,h.. lUinmni" nod niimi' bn ....or" b DEMOCRATIC PARTY '
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lo by the. "ilnlmnnt hi* ........01. "r ;., r
hl. altnnp1" or it! ii 'lit" become Void
$T c."' ..1 1 I NEED YOUR VOTE .ecordtoa'IItwr In NATtoe'1 In, R.hNK *
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-f THB STUART (F ..) NEWS l1J1lrWAY. April .30. .19_ 4. leaving the park include: Mr. and Ruth Griffith, Clara Seal Dor-

Mrs. Harry Thorpe, Flint, Mich.; ine Peat, Rosa Alpcter and Phoe Organizatio ns Directory I Directory of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller Michigan be Gardner spent Tuesday in Fort
and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cad- CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS/ c-"Iy C-.loolon
Lauderdale Alrihollci Anon'..... a.-rruIt. A. w.... THE CHURCH OP COO-Flagler. IkR.KV.
I Ocean Breeze Park News well Chatham, N. J. W'"l ,, 510: a.m.. J. B. cemwuollF Clank 0.4455 ......_ sill .. OeirtkeejM ': B1LLUE MeALPlN"

Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Keith aft Am.' RuaurednUE.uteny Cer*. M. C Beard ., coning AdtuataM I 11).00 Hunday tobonl
Mr. and Mrs Roltie Neville Uu-In ..... Chalrmaa-Fred itboado 11:00:; :.:. Morning Wonhlp
Mrs. Rosy Ijififld I CoiTfopondenl from Fort Lauderdale, have been er a month's visit here with hi tN Tb..... 1 p... ted Tbor*. t M _.. Cwrlkona* 7:111); p.m. Kvenlng Worahlp,

.,. Mrs. Bca Barre and have brother Irvin Keith will returnto Anlnul RM M La. Manila CeuntT. MuMun ..... ../.. 7:110: p.m.: Tue, Prayer Meeting
a wr'w visiting .
> .. ",' ,__, '_M> their home in Robinson! III. Pr..ldunt--.... &*rl J. Rlr*. Ch.I'DI.n-M. Hush I.. WllloII.hh J", 7 tlo | m. Thun.. Y P.K. Service

now returned to their home. They It* Tu.... 7:'. P.... laom. 41 b '\"U." .., 7:10 pm., CourtboiiM HOBE !SOUND SOUTHERN METHODIST
Tucson and Mrs.
from Mr. Harry Doering
Mrs Mure Anthony were former residents of the park. Mrs. Val MacDonald has CHAPEL Meelt In Community Bldg.)
return .
Bu.M.n P..I.oolo"' *." "'. aukladelk M. C Zoning *ed Panning Cemmtule. AT 7-2512
Anii vifciling her siMer are attending a meeting of the ed to her home in Jolict 111. Pn.An1, i hu N..nlnQ.r Ch.lrm.n-J. Ouuhua RKV. HAKI.ES O. HKNNKTT. Pulur
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Before leaving, Mr. and Mrs. Tar. Sckeel B..rdCA.Irm.nRory ells on tlu"loy School
nlthu
Episcopal Church in Dayton pint N.t'L Bus
Mrs. Dave Donaldson on Seventh a 0. Itadre.1Ind 7l4. n... Worihlp 8.,.-...
Beach and will be home the latter Don Teal entertained Mr. and Luther Weeks has returned to c.NO.ut P..Ia.Nor." RI.. Sh_ Yon.. 7tlO p.m., CburtbouM ASSEMBLY O* COD-Palm City.
Vr.mny 0...,. KKV.: I. H. DANIEL, Fa.tor BIBLE UNION CONKRECAT1ONAL
Street. Mrs. Clay Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. his home here after A. .el.lio/
of the week. two weeks'
part PnddmtM., : IIoh..u.b. Ten ., Scrum Point 10:00 e.m. Sunday ftohooi Palm City
Mn. Adcock from Sea Willis Cadwcll and Mr. and Mrs. stay in the hospital in Fort Pierce. ....U... .n' W........,. .t born Mayor -./. Uereuelln 11:00 ..... Morning Worehlp RKV. LAW RIB I. SHARP
Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Kronenbiiter and Fred Tyler at brld e. Refreshment Coral Std Wed. t P..... Town Ball TilO p.m. Thun.. Blblo 8tuy| Prayer .41 ..m. 8und>y School
Cliff N. J., and Mrs. Rose Boqiiski GsrdN. CI.1a A.....t.tlM -,10, -,-. -..-.,. Youth" Htrvlo, 11 tOO a.m. Morning Wor.hlp
Greenville Long Is her daughter, Mrs. VanZandt, have were served and prizes went to Mrs. The regular bridge and pinochle 1'.ld..L--E'"nd Plnl. - - - 7d0: ... &.inll.Un Bervloe 10:00 a.*, to I ,.r. .. .... W_.
I from \ arrived at their home in New Jcrbey Mitchell and Mr. Teal. clubs met in Clement Hall Tuesday lit Sun., I p..., M.O.A.riealturmlBU POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS ..'. r.llnw.blp
land. N. Y., are visiting Mrs. Florence FIRST IIAPTISTDO S. Ak,.. ArHEV _,
who for the summer. They will return and Thursday afternoons.Mr. Freeholder AuocUtlonCUraen Republic** Club ., Mertrc CouetyPr UHHJST!: WAI'KINtl 1'.1.0. PEOPLES CONGREOATIONAL-JaplUr
Tienken on Filth Street Mrs. Robert Seal entertainedher Prmld.at--0nbul II V.. i.tws. REV. MAYNaHD A.
MILLS
here m the autumn. ... .ld.nt.-J.m.. B. W....*
the mother of Mrs. Adcock. On and Mn. Fred .te ua all W_.'. Club d M.rtln c. Sundry 410 Early Wor.hip
I ik bridge club Monday with a Tyler are Republlccai ':41 m. Sunday BoboulIlmO 10:00: :.:::. Church School

Saturday they will take Mrs. Tien- Mr. and Mrs. Don Teal have delicious luncheon; later two tables leaving for their home in Bonny KrMld.ni-Club of. Stuart Johll W. HuiMr I'ro.ldonl-Moo.1''...., I 1''.....,John f lr..t W.National Hu.uyIrd Bank ..0, am. 1'.101.N..rnb Union Wor.blp 11100 .,... Morning! Wonklp. Kunery
ken home with them for the sum returned to their home in Brook N. J, .nd Man.. 1:10 : p.m durlni 'both aervlea*
Ottumwa and
were played prizes were p.m.. WaRul Club| M. C. Democratic Enecutlv Committee 7,41 p.... Rvrolnc o..hlp ,,.0 p.m. Youth v.ner Sorvl. .

mer. Iowa for the summer. Others awarded to the winners Hlblecue Park Clots A..o.l.tlo. Chairman-Edward T. Murray 8 J. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Kraft and 1'.ld..t-fl....* MacDun.ld" 1\ooe..Trooa.-Jlhrd.> Bt. Clalr TAO: p.... Mld..Nk Pnysr 5mb.. ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL..*** ....

Mr. and Mrs. Swope have spent lit ".... Sib p.m.. Pint National BukIndian MeeUnu. on callRELIGIOUS PALM CITY BAPTIST-4Kb Bt McCord: I RIIoV. NORMAN/ Sunday B. r&A3TK& I

their vacation at their mobile home !.** Civil Club - - - BENNY: TATUM, Pallor TllO ...... Holy Communion

PrwIilMit-tirade Hmlli ORGANIZATIONS >::4I .m. Sunday SchoolII100 .:00 i.'. .rally Communloa aid ,
here and have returned to Stcclton
lib Man, I p... am. MommaWorahlp Church School.

Pa. I.n... Buck Can... Club Ctrl. Friendly-Mr. *. Jack SocietyUader Whltlear 1:10: p.m.' raining Union 11:00: amMornln. prayer and Sermea .

{ It Prom P' Mont-*.... Calvin Within FrL, I p.... Bt Hary'i Cburek"' 7:41 TilO p.m.p.m. Evening Wednnilay. Wonhlp. Midweek. Pry '"WXJ":: "' Communion. ) I
Mrs. Jessie, Armstrong hut ltd We*.. I .
s goneto p.m. J. B Wom.n' Club air Joeeph Guild .r MoatingrlHST Tif.
her home in Minneapolis Mien Jenien B.ace W_...'. Axoclatlol Pre.ld.nt Mr.. Edward Xlnwllal.t BAPTIST-Pert 5.1.,.. IriHMilMY 10 am. Holy Communloa

for the summer. .....Id.-.... France. Hubbell Mon.. I p m.. BlboolSt. a. C. 1 A n.OH. Futon I n.lnv, I ll-ir.l- i, K Ih'ir.rt.y m. Holy Communion Healing, Norton. )
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BB 707 Clulinaue
Jouph Holy Name Society 1:41: L... Bundny School I I
Mr. and Mrs Robert Findlay Junior Women'. Club I'ro.ld.-It.. HoimarinTbun. 11:110: .m. Morning. Woi.hlp I Unity' I Inil Church 704 I.. Filth, Fort Plerc*

have to their home in Hid fn..Mrut-Mm. any Cromwell befora Sod dun, i p m. School 6:10: n.m." DTU 7 Kn l 5 lira.m. I'S.,u"'h,".. gunday
gone ltd Mon. p.m.. Woman'. ClubMurtln - .. - 7,10 p.m. Kvenlng W...hip Wedneadae
Time Again Icy, Pa., for the summer. County Audubon Ber4 Tao pm. Wedn.xlay. 1',.,., meetIng. .- LUI HERAN CHURCH OF IT, ANDREW
Sally !SCOUTING .. Cboic practice toutsRIO a IAnor/o Luth.rua Cburnb
Ira Man., t p.m., Judir Clonui'" off.. w. Prim. vi.,. Blvd. l.de
The duplicate bridge club play Boy Scout ., America BAPTIST Pat St
II C. Allocation for H..ltk H. C. bll'E J'AS1'01t
Mmtal
gi-outmntcr-Earl D'lp KKV.: JACK FERNANDEZ
ed four (tables in Clement: Hall
on ANuutt--lt.v., Ounald .....
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Looks Ball
Weed, 7 ill p.m, Stuart Am. ill '.m. Sunday School.
1h Friday afternoon. Ltd II"....., noon, Th. art visa: a.m. Bunday School
I S.. E.pl...... Jel ... Beech Ship 40.Skipper : 11.00 ..m. Morning. Wor.hlp to:'0 a.m. Wonhip Servlo*
M. C. Chapter, America) C....., Society I l -Ceera. unto l.0: p.m. Training Union H- S. SOUTHERN METH.
Mrs. Jane Manchester. Syra .:"..rmnn-Mcllory' John.oa 7:4 Kvenlng Woranlp MISSION
W ill., lilt, pm., noh.r..* Marine : p.m. ( II, Sound Civic Centert
cure N. Y. Mrs. Rosa. Alpclcr I 7:41 p.m. Wednea. Prayer Meeting BEV. ftliu.HSbe .
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; Martin Memorial Hoepllel AualluuT'ru.ldtmt - - - Prior

Pennsylvania;; Mrs. I'hoehe Gardner -...... Curt Ottoits SERVICE CLUBSClvltaa TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwy. ItLbWU 7(41 p.m. Song 8rvlr
> M....., Unit National Bank 8TANCIL I'a.u llOO pat Kvulug: W..blpHOLY
Brecksville Ohio; Mr. and Club el Jlu.rt
e:4A: ... Bunday Bchool
Mrs. William Peal Pine Luke M..'. Garden Club PrnldeotAtrop limbs 11:00: '-.m. Miirnln Worahlp CROSS tATHOLlC-t...bo
Formal Gowns .',,,,ideni, hop N. "FrlclUl Wed. II noon Townhou. Reitaurant Irainlng Union tit XAVI.l.It! IIEN1oCH:
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Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Orr 'tun. 700 1 p.m.. M. C. A.... Hid.. 1:00) n.m. Evening Wonhlp5Ao
Indl.ntewa Klwanl. Club : p.m. *-Sundayl. t:4l: am.: Nn11M.
Campbell Pocatello. Idaho have UrUn County Retarded Chlldr/ a AMI.frmlu.nt "ro.ldont.-J.n." Kin.. : p.m. W.d. Midweek Prayer day, I. p.m. Confe..lon befor; MUM*:

returned to their respective homes ,, -. lr. Bwlu.rtInlThur. W..... Hill ,...., tlemlnol IDa DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST-Indl'ntew* BT MARV'S KPLICOPAr.-d1B!
7 rip/ p.m.. Com. Km. lit Nat. Ouea
for the summer. J...... Boack LI... Club I KtV. This LOTT1U:00 tloubr.rd Stun
.lIo.aI s.cI.. Arroiatloe I'n.IdenW.mr D..n : a.m. Sunday School The RKV.: W. 11. sows, Hector

Mr. and Mrs. Dive Donaldsonand I .Id.nt-blro.. Vlrglnla V...... 10'.1,. W...., Till, p.m.. SemoureJuplterHoke 11:00;: a.m. Morning Wonhlp 7:00" l. lo"im.1: .... Evening Bags Jud Ith MUII.. M. l. Public UbmryCity ':U p.m. Irainlng Unlua 7aO, ( .'. ..pt.)
,_ sister Mrs Marc Anthony Sound Klwanla/ Club 7:10: p.m. Wonhip Service Wr" D1:
? ? ,'uln, Carde. Club till W..... MIUWMk. Borden
1'.Jd.nllub.rt Harp 1'' 1:00, am Bolp Eurhsri.t n.....,.
are spending the weekend in Mi- I ',.. lent- >I1.. Mabel Pinneri.ur. RD'
lion., 1 pm., Jupiter Lit* Marina ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E..I IOth St.KKV. 8011l1e 11." pad u ..nauo....
ami with relatives. Mrs. Anthonywill ....a ... V..O: ..m.. Civic. Center
I Rotary." Club ., Stuart : JAN JANUUZKASK1: : : Adm. EPISCOPAL: CHURCH OF THE BLESSED
5' go on to St Petersburg for a felni City Civil Orianleatlo, I'ro.tel.nlo-Dr. E.: Htanton, Many w,+b d.,.: .Mon thru Krl. BleO. ; SACRAMENT-Id.: Chiob. SI.. lam-sat...
PrvmdenlAndy X.iiliiilckl\ W.'., lilli BunrU Inn Si.lur.h.y 7 ::10. IIIIV.: W.
THOMAS
short visit and then return to her p.m. LOUCIIIJ:
CrinolinesGloves lad lev*.. ".... Mats Confei.lon.i Saturday and' n"r.'."*
home in Tucson Ariz. I Stuart Klwanl. Club befor Ir.t Friday of month 441: to 1:10: a.m. Church School I
olncl.na Cardene Civic Aooclatleofraildmv Preeldent-Ur. H. Haudale HI.o.Th.r. {ISO and lull to 1:10 p.... T100 p.m. Holy 1ou.b.: ....

"Everything The fertilized lit Mu,., II IUJT.p.m., J..koniMfort W. llanoa .? IIat 1.m. Town Hon.. ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CATHOLIC CHRIST MEMORIAL-Juplur ......
eggsof grunion Stuart Hl-Steppera Sq"... Dane Club Hobo Sound I Winter .....11 only. Not, to AprIL
develop in the sand and when the Salerno Civic A..Nmu'nlduntWait. .. .
p..ld.nt-Gllbert Bout Mac. at 10:10m.. BuodorIRST CHURCH OP COD-IndlantowB
waters of the next tide again submerge B.n.oni.t Tb".... I p.m., Youth L'ealr RKV.: KVERITT MOSS
'Iliur.. a p.m., Clvla C nl rIrd F CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST
the beach the newly hatched Thure.:. 1 p.m. Bupver BoBlel., 00. I -724 ta.1 Ocean Boulevard 10:00: .... Sunday Bchoe
Beautiful for Stuart Lion CI.1or..ld.nLAI 11:00 a.m. Sunday 8rhoul11UO 11:00: a.m. Morning Wor.nlD
grunion twins out to sea.ESTATK fort Salerno Civil D.r.n.o K.rnertnd4lh I a.m. Morning Wor.hlpeiOO TDO: p.m. Evening. Worship
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_..- .Flnhau.a ind Tueaday. sin P.m. W...., 1 1.m.. Town Bout : Wed. TeetlmoBial MeetingReeding tIO: p.m.' Wed Young PeupVe
LIaa AI..4111 FwI'1vIsl1V'r: : Rio Civic Club I Hoom. tit )'''.1., A... Uourel Endeavor
t Stuart Soroptlmlat' Club Mon. through .'rl., 10 a.m.-4 ,
Shom.ri.t p.m.
That Beautiful is rot liT 111 1 GI'rx .I ublisr :, .Id."t-J.'k Tours.. Clubhuu.eituart Preeldent-Edna: Wolf I 8. "rd..., 10 ......11 ::10 p.m. CHURCH OF Till GOOD SHEPHERD
1'1'17: 010' FLOIII" 1. 1,1111'1'11' l.t-lrd Tbur.. .ma. Sniiria* In.S.uarl .. JuplSmREV.
Strapless Bras 'HII'n'r' Woman'. Club I. .... I CHURCH OF CHRIST-42S Pal. B.... Rd.UUUCt : ELMER L. ALLEN
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"* 'M2 Pr>..- r>. Cornollu R. Vanrler.ef 1'.ld.nI-Oo", Prror. : (jCiUllr.l.L. 11I1"1.... 7:10: '.m. Hair Communloi

) OK ) rd Wad.. tied, p m.. Club Butldln Tuna. 1i80' ,.... Pink. Pony Sunday sill .... Paruh fcucharuit.' lie......
JANE VBKDER: 8TII.VVEU. ) 10:00: a.m. Bible Study and Sundar School.
Evening" I 'If, HKI.D rabebula C..... Croup 11:00 e.m. Worahlp end CommunloB 11:15 a.m. Morning .
? )I - - - Prayer. Pint B.. .. I
NOTIf'H OV rillllltTHTUB Dh.irm.il. -Mr.. Hubert J. Koate 7:00 ,.tn. Evening, Worebip day of th. ...ntb, Holy Commun.
HTATrO OK FUlKIHA.'' I.. Wad. .:'0 .-... bomMCHAMBERS VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS W.dn.adop Ion plain
TO Al I'KHHOMH; INTKKKHTKIi: ;- M'ERC& Ar.nkaLabs Jeo.cn Beach/ 7.10 ,.11I. Mldwrk. Blhle Bb.dpIhldtl. JENSEN BEACH

IN THW JiHTATW UK1 SAID I''': C Command.r .CllfUB; Bownd.lnd4tk Skyline Drive, JenMn COMMUNITY
rWDBNTi: ; : I Hob. 8ourdprnlJ.ntHr MOB, I P .., LcgloB Ball An\ .:II'I'I'r; RBV.,; NEWTON M. TWtiDT Beech
William Mr.nInd !
You arc hanky notified llmi' n
written InHtritmniit niiiiirllMic| I I" '1''...., I pm., Cummunitf Cooler American Legion, Stuart 1\ C'Ill llr .w .11114: COI 5'r y son JrtO s... Sunday Brhnnl
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b. the Laat Will and Ti'itanifin' oo>rtalrl mmand.r Jiibn, U Tayloy : am. MornlnR Worship'
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naaa & .h Araa p.m. Yeulh Killo hlp
hri-n ndnilMxdto Ind and Cth LegloB Hall
dorrdi-nt haa Frl, I p.m.,
1111 5'I'5 MTtTK: UlKl.tlllllll
frmldont -t r.II.. Kombcrttnd JltO p.m. WooIn..d.,. Youlk,. Choir'
probate In said rnnrl.you .... Auurku. L.tl. Indlu..... IN I! hNlrA'I'E: > >0
are herchy (nniinmirliTl, wish Mon., director, II I J'\IU\' !; J.i'11.WF..J. : p.m. Wedne.day, Senior Choir
Blakely's In elx ralunrlar months Irnm "", ort SVIarnoPre.idei.t C..mm.n..r-Jl.. Yliby Ihrrxaud.' .. >) 7100' p.m.' Thursday. Mldweak So..,..
4th Bat I
data of Slip flr.t of lull, I p.m. JEHOVAH'S
IMlbllriitlon -1C. C. Blnrkman Is' 1'1t11115111: WITNESSES-Brltt Red
tintlf to appear In paid <'''III'' iinil' t lud 'Tout. I p.m., FlrehouM I America Lelo Auilllary, J.n... Bacb'recldent I II T'.. All I'n-illiui." unit Ivixoni, \lovI" Bund.-7 ,.01. Wutahtow.. illu"
how iMtiiau. If any mn::: win: -Mri, Emma ...Cu. I ( 'In"". or lMiiiaml" .\I \ the action or .aid (' IIr.t I In a'linltllntiHid Mart I t.d-4th Mop, I 1.". l 1'la.:: .. T..i.-. '" 0. Mini..., 8o..aoJl. 5,55.
will.. to probate eliould u" l Yrwldona--N.I R. llonnjr( ) Mel.o* Y'uu &.. ...
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and ol bttcabynotirird 11..1111&
: d. *i. IIMII.. 14 am.K.lall American Lo.... Aunlllerr, IruevC :: you 140u
"Prestige at Popular Prices" end rciiiilrrif Ui 'pienmil sit Y
"U"KVA" REDEEMER
rKAitr." lit 1'.ld.nt-Mre. Clara May Tuinia I LUTHERAN Oceu BI4..
MeKhonta DltulbaChsirrrtt I'luilii. and dfinandii uhlrh or
Jnd./th Moa, I horn' Lciloa Mall toil RKV.: DONALD 11:. SCiROEDfcB!
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120 North 2nd Martin ('0010" flul'ldttOrjOROIfl .Ib..... Shirrs tbunbw BuUdllf Martin County Barrack. W.W.I Veteran. I MlHte of J.INk111,1:11: : HTIbKLL. 10:10 *am." wndlX Wonhlp School Bible/ Bind>
Street 461.2134" Fort Pierce Florida II. NUT'I.fIIAltntney - 'omm.nderI'blilp A. Nina \\ iln-i Ko'd.| lnK. of mild: ('van- Berrlo*
for Knocunn CONSERVATION l.t-lrd Fri,, J. B. Community Center. t>,'. to th- County Juiluc of Murtlnruunly CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN
1'. O. Boa I IOD7 ri'irldH, at Ma offli.'o 'Inll i luplt.r
Jupiter! FloridaTub. Audubon JlocktlyPrrtiuttiit Itu.anc Moor, Boi 111 Martin County B........ AunlllaryHrc I:",- court hnimp of ald Cnunty utMIIHII. KEII'H': P.JOHNHOrr. Paator
-. q __ April 13. oIo* I II I I'", Ira Mon-. 0.m.. Strut Matronal/ Bunk .lil nt-Mra.\ Habit" N. Hull 1 I 1. Klorlda. within rlulit .al n- 11:00: am. Church School
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.irjldonli' -Cbarwa Kindled. V.F.W, assortConm.aderJoke fib.t' publlrallan of 151. nott.... Eaihwrlt. lOrOO a.m. Morning/ Wonhlplla.ee '
I lat .fcri., V p.ui, Cuurlbvuaclua. M. Murraynd4ta 'In"o: ur d"I1IKlld" .hall be In FIRST METHODISTliDO .
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10,1f Can..n.tl. Clnb1'u.a I | Tbun, Gold.n Gat Building r"d'II', mid post oiflr. plKI'O ad4rrnoworl. RIIV.: HALTER! D. JESliUP
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BUILD A BETTER FLORIDA 7ao p.lO.. btuert Youth Cantor V.F.W. IndlantowBrummandcrWoiieiib in Ih ,11110101.. sod, ol'HIl' bp ,i 10:00 ar a.. Ch"reh Mom In. School Wonblp
W. Freaton' bl the 0'10111"1. his 0"101. or II100
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I'ro.'o.-> B. Uradlrr I I..-... Vat, 110: p.m.' Foal BoorsVr.w his. 81'11.' and sat O'lI'h lulu' ", :.0 m. Youlk Fellowship. Worohlp

lilt \It od.. II p.m.' ......,aI n >tint AuElllary, Moan 'II' dun: ,nd l not .o .fill"" KhHll b.. vIIOI.D j On. at 10 a.m. durtne

I Iril V, j.l.. I p.m., dl......... lat Nail Bk.ary "'Dmmandnr-Mr. Melvlria, Weed Ax II \ oxei'iitnr. .or"y the gill l I..t! Willnn,1 luly I .:n"t": : Bunda ckooL a.m.1

Ilia.. 740 p.m. Wltnam .Ftold .iet-lrd Wed., Qo'lU.n Gat" YulidlotMISCELLANEOUS TeHlaini'iit of JAMS' TRINITY MItTHODIST-J. ..... I

- - - V1tr'JI: : !: lI'rILW1Jw., RSV. NEIL UUNBALUS
FIREMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS .....d. 5,00 am. Bundy School I
I' '.n..n Baack ..I....... Au.lUarr1irnb.cKt OFNtnrEn H. HU tEll Silo am, Worship. 8on.0 /..
WITH A VOTE FOR Mr. Mcrla I'rulitt Civil Air P.ICum..nd.lIaJor ,Iltnrnev for 1 1I"cUlo' p.... E..nlnt. W..hlp, lit and
till Monday, m.l.ntm 0. R. tomb !I' 0 i Not 'iniirJiiltllir Ird 8.nd..
Kl.irldit
UMck Vol. tar Fll.' DapwtiaaclI'uc. Commit** ., 100ChHrm.aHrmy I I'll. 23, 10. May 7, 14. llOl! OSCEOLA SnUT MRTHODIST 3M,
... a P.m rlrvbouiafort 0. Kindred __ \I"II.. .. IIt.V. D. H. KNIGHT: JIL
1 Klr.men'a ..IU Kxecutlve! Director-J rN' Salvrna Au ryPmaldonl l\ TIIK < III HT Hf 'TIIK' : till VrJl } n.00.m. Mofnlng
117 W, 0.... Bind, AT t-4..l Worahlp
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I Manr ( 'onn. I Woman
i IM.i 17:, IMII'11 ( .trt.KLOl: Mia.lonary ,
r 1 1R 1r 1t Ird hur... 1.0 ...... ,...h.u.* Lady Cdfr AMocwtlonPre.ldenl nit, ,\ ritoiitiK.IX W.* TlSli ""Society.tk .* meet.:..*pa flrel

Port Salo... Vailln.... Pin. D.pa -1 -Mr*. Wne .'. Dan. In:' ) .. ."
R: 1 l 'Mldont-.Hobart Jobn.ua TUM, I JO *.m. M. C. GoU Clry. Club KHTATK; OKMAKVIIIOU.r > i .45 p.m P...,.. _loa

i l.s-!rd TUN., trirahoua. : WII.I.KKE, I Ian p.m. Bound of bt.wsrds ((1d
Lively Art CIuSPnddrMna :
HAYDON aim, known an. UAItltt J> ) Thor..ub .00th)
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FRAT RNA'L emcANIZATION$ ArboaelIrd W'ILI.IItO >1 1lS >
1' '. I lit kome SOUTHERN NETHODIST-rt.
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Ac.... Lh.Plm, ., D.Mo" KIIV.: D. H. kNIGHT
MULoy. 1.1.. ,,, loboI.. III po. Martin County Fair A.ioclatloB 1'0 ,11.1.'H ::1>I'I'OIlMSI1 I'Etttaia ';IG am. JR
I "d'dI Mon 110 ........ lI..o.1e Tple p..ld.nlo-J. W. Huoey IL\\'I'I'I: ('1,111115 Olt 1'r:- I0:4 ..m. Sunday'sraool.*
nfa.enK. let Mon., Till p.m, Aurlcultural Bldg.Mertle 1111'sl'it I ,\LIIS"T 14.\11' tWI'\1't silo:: pm.: t-pworth: Uavu:
4ceel Lodrel.terd 71,11 mid nark .r you mrt' h".by
WII.hl"lul No" Lhrl.ll.n K.lb County Calf and Country Club nnliriMl), mid leqtilriMl 10 'prraentany Till p... Kv.nln; Scr..
Tliur... H ,..... Uaaonl '1p LMJI.r Preeldent-Kd: HlgbcoIrd rlnlma and domainl" which you' "100 Wooln.....,.
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Circle Elk. T..... 7:10 p.m. ClubhouMMartlB in flthiT nf .Mill, oral have atfalnatl !r.T ''ir UIHtnuf. *.'-.
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Ann* i I /
I !''..d.ne-Alr.. W 11m. Medley.. County Farm Bureea Ihr l ntatp Mnrjbclli Wlllckr I alno : TIO p.m. Prar.r Mating
Cud au,,... n 1''...... Like! Lodi ynxld.nhAlb.A: Krueger known a* Marl Wlllrkv. ducva
i-il.I laic nf .Hiil Cnunty, to thir.iuiiM FIRST
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.1 METHODIST-l.dtrt.w.
tnd bemlnol Inn : : :
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4eta Sigma Phi Sorority ) Jmlur' uf Martin County HEY GY.URGI It "'O')<.IIII&1C&
Amateur Radio Club I at hlii offli-r nhe courtIIOIIM I ' .. I.I.tO'or. :
Ep.lloa Z. Chapterfreeldent P'.id.nF-RIIt Brltton: .aid c'oiinty: at 1I tusrI t, "' "
Worship
BURNS -- M.... J. Kdwln (Cd) Ball Third Thure. I 1''..... AT 7-4661 I l-'lorlila.;' within ,-slrnd"r* moulit. I .iSoplm: Yr1 '
lat-erd Ibur... a I'."., home fn.in, in-;) time, of"Ihr firot uSlles: ?. ;
XI Gamma Plil Chapter Marti County Historical Society linn of thin n.itlL, IH'h: .'t.ins or st5 f"d.wjrj: ? Chair,
Mr. ... }J'ro.ld.nto-Knl. Merrell ,ilKinand-" shall biIn. writhe, and Ii4 & ,.m. Thrdal; Sr
C. Bl
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Tbur.., H ,,..>..., bomea uml.terd let 1'...., 7 JO ,..., Pint Nation Bk. xlmll mute' tli. )I1)),, I. ..f r.'..l.l-n.'u FIRST PRESBYTERIAN-N. Choir
Servicetiecrotary unit' |pool office. aildioi* of the Claim RLhm
U.ufhl.r.. el the American Rey.lutfe Multiple Llatlnf 'tau''I,. unit hnll hi> .worn' to by the NEV; ItALCULM A. HARRItl Punt ,
....'" Mr. Mir,II.ri* MomUf' - ... 'Ib'..... hennaM.hor. > Tuna, I cm.Palm and stay urh c-lalrn' "r demand not 0:50: am. Srb..1
1 filed' ahall he vtilit.CATIIMKIVK 10.00 am. WarVh'lp Bervta, ,
r City. Home D.m_.tr.tk. ClnbPre.ldent no
> DrMol.y' Clubfr.l.l.nt ':00 p.m. Young ,,
IIOJlEIITI40S'A. 1'001,1.,
Mr- Jwkx.n. Wright -Mra. Klluhrlh; 1'."...." Kllow.hlp
slit Moa. 7.JO pm.. Muunle Tempi>> I.' Turn, (J* ...,., Clvl Cenle. admlnl of MaryhrllVlllik'lratrlof! theEatatr *. Hob.PRESBYTERIAN Sound 1.0MMUNtTY

Ledl. Aunlllery |. Indian HI*** 1'.1..'.... k..t Club obit known a* Marl Wllleke, F'NAN115> UlCKAON Prior
a.nwmipmenl 23ChUf ere. W...., I ,... d re.a.ed.. Silo, am S..oI" School
ASYOURI .... Pus April 9, 11. 13 30, 1161b 11100
I Maulanh C.U.Iy. En. C.U AT 7-1144 tot mMtlng pta* ; ** Wa.hlp $orWn
ita 'u.... a rm! 1UOK Ball ---. -- 111. 1:m.: Yn4 Yelle.thip
Port ......... Homo Demonatratloa f:10 1'.11I.' Wbi
Independent Order el Odd Fell.** lnil'. : cm Ml 1'JI 111.1.15: ('II'l'f, Adult Youth Ohotrs j
fs'r I>..bl. Grand I.rm. I halo.military 1'.ldonM.. Xlllab: N.wllnl.t > ., \1> KllTt. ii "I'I'Jl' IND II IV. UNrrAliIAN
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.-. Jdu.. ll Ii... Thun. I lit P.m., Civic Center M.OIIIIItIN Fa7i4PMn. 1I..cb ."""FELLOWSHIP
....IN 1'uee., n p.m.' IUOP BaD UK:: "" y C.nlAt.I.hj .
RIplMe Pbyer N t Merlin County TUB BHTATE IlK : : Fbrl.n. b.
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GOVERNOR Indian River Encampment M Prd.OO-JOb.nk': C. Hh.w A1.UEIITA: COBUHV.: lIoIlo..hlp oho.l, tip0 a..: :
Chief I'atrlaroh Ihurmond WI1.OIJnd4tfc l.t-ard '1'....*. 1 p.m. General Meeting Urn.r 1d r It ..... Beaddsydy

1'..... a p.m.' tour Halt Lust Thun., I 1.m.. 0".1..... Meeting 1I0'I'H', TII IItfDi: t'IINO PENTECOSTAL: ItaL-lad",,._ ,
1'nn and ark of you .re hereto CURTIS BK IhNKR, Punt
I I.n... Beecb. Square Club and AuxlUary St. Led Inlet Yncht ClubCommodorrLon I h. nnUrl.d and rPqulrpd pr arnt I IUIO..m: tlmdy School
trenhirnlG.I.'" .. Tutll' llawhen 011\ ",.Imo. sod eI.n.nd.: hlch" you, 7,10 ,.m. Bundy Et.nrdbHe
ITb" WUno.l.u.1.) lal n.,.. I p.m, Vcht Club IIr etthcr of lou. mllY huvo osina t t:10 hr' W.Iwrdy Bible ...... f
t Vrald.ns-Mr. HaMl ,........ the .talc of Alberta Cohurn. lie. Andy
I'' lnd-4tk FrL I ,.m.. J. B. Cam. CkmnbJutoit.le Stuert Beard *, Realtor. cotKed, late ..f sold county, to th* C&THSEMANE OR CHURCH 0. CHRIST
Ma.an Invited PnMlilent( -Raniom Tllton County" Jude of Martin ('","n"Y. Chrob CHRISTIAN CHURCH I I
'.& O. Sl.terbee4 let T...... S p.., Stuart Hotel Florida, Bt hi* offltn In the Court" Lb.UN L.Strout J.,,_ Bomb
U"U.O Bt Btuart Florida. wllhln. BAlItR: JK., Mini....

Your Vote for HAYDON BURNS 5th Is Vote for Proven P CbeptrP.ldautM'.. P, I MI. Stuart Stamp Society. HomenwayIrd right nil,',"lar months from, the 015 IU am..m, 11..01.hndo"" Hlhie IIohool
on May a Preelrlent-Thome* date of the tint puhll. ntlon nf thl 4.1 Wor.h'p' ".r.f..
., it,.. pm Thund.Y
-'r4 I p.m. beM Mon. S .._ Publi. LibraryLKUAL nolle Bach claim or demand muctbe IIlbl. lI'ud

m muet' be 'worn n
CI Cb.ptuPn.ldr4Mn
Twirl Clu" to by th.tt ctabntnn4:: Iii. Blent orhi Xaa'Iay,, ,
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PROGRESS AND EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP ...-.11I W..... It B.a..Alklef. hart tot..1e4 II.... S p.m, Tooth. CuI.. .attorney Bull and or void the' .according ame will berum to- Stusrt Rotary;? Club

el Relnbew
i>rdo Ins Girl : ADS KHTI: Jo.t'IIT
Worth Adaror0,.,, Coulter law.Tbl''Wl'T dsF of A prll. 7tH, Meet Wad ISIS,
tut-ard T._, 7 '40 ...., ataeocta. ) Tempi* < O Cl7BrRNY Drs L SIAt. .
t"O"\TI' Ji nG"''' rtn R T. t No-.
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Palm Rekekell.Noble
Royal : Adminlatralor of the l.16t: e P ud.nt
Grand Mr.. G...... Hall 15 A'P FUR lII.u"r' COLSTt of Alberta I 'foburn docajd 18 M.k a..I.1t
...-... Mo, ( ,... loOp HallStuertWenae .OKIO"". THAMVHir>l>KN .........
Elk. Led,, lays IN HI:. Attorney, for Admlmitrator SanrM IDn
F.8TATB Or r o a... rnnTahokM
HAYDON 4pr Kialted: Monde Ruler. ,-bee. Tooke HllUKKT ADRIAMVMLJJAAIS. I Florida iIYiRIHIBIl1oa..,._ a ...

BURNS HEADQUARTERSOPEN illicit Skrme Club Tkrr.ututNOTirPt Pub.: April I*. 1>. 10. May T, IM4 NNRiIIq .

Pre.ld.nt-John A..,..* : 0" _"M'TtoI axa51t1ilYY
I.. TUM., 7 p.... Manatee Yacht. ClubUnite. TO AL4PRRI4uNR ISTF.RF.lITnr.t' : 'linT" Oil" 'IIT"'IITlO" Tn CITYCOMMISSION
c.-_.. T.*...... : TUB KSrATB: OF MAID DGCKDBNT ktf.I.TtK: : .IC.'tT"'l. SAYM
eeolot CMMlor -.(d HewaH : NOT CJI: "...b,. the the
1P.M.-5P.M.1 28 EAST OCEAN BLVD. let Thane, I p.m.. lOOP Hall You a'* herehy notified that a undeM. dq ifvtn: ) an [
Unite -....... written Inetrument purportlnir tobe I .;f Ch./ *,, RII L*,.: of Plorld*
el ike cooo....... will i ..
th* tact will and toaumrnt at Ai-u of 141. r KM r with th*
_b-Mo Menlo L .....a paid OoKlent he* bn admittedt Clerk at the Hroult bur ,. and STUARTMGOARMEETINC
Iad
11 "probat In thin cost I. You **r fat Martin Florida upon
Refreshments Served to All Visitors Unity" a.Nm. Odor .. Iaaten Bar beroby omraanded within *lit ill. rBMlpt' ft p"f'i tiubllvatloB: of
> W. "._! ? -M"Joan.* Reeera .... ...<111I' anotitk from the date of &.b. Hi! nollMk ilea flctltloua name to-
Ud-4i n...., _._ Maeeeu* Tempi flrel pukllcatloK of thi nolle* to ;'k: MBC under wkipb. I will ..-
appear in till* eourt n4 ikowMUM. Kaic In ....In_ havlfirf my principal 1:00:
Go-U NMEI';;AlTwiOAMUATlOfa"City It any you ..n. ....y th. plae X hinllMaa In Rtwbt.rtlr F.M.MONDAYS illiG air
Ceexnlaelee) ctlon of thi* ourt In drnlttln I Cunty. Florida; that theportjr I ISturt
t IfqR.,. 0 0lI. aid win to Broaal) nbmild,, R *1 lateiweted In Mid buclnm. I I. 7
I.d.dtb ..., I ........ unwonkdRVAN ttobert N. (fHara of Stuart Florida C1tJ lLaB
R (Pale Polltlul, AJrartieeMBt) P. CYt trl : $ eMAR'f.St: and that IBer* .r* no other p.r- ,

Cat Guard Awttlary ( ):.wrofu G.JM" .fwd U> ."......*. hbUe Iwa1a Wllkoea
ComaiaiidrWalter t. Baema M. 1NOJIERTpN. sssu to ; i iJ

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Illl Ml' \Rr lliwMul( MWS Iliiindxy, April JO, 1964 1 I-U
Be Basis of Loads of Fun in Our 1VatersDon't some of the moss wonderful channel -r i

catfish fishing In the nation. Will Modernise the Causewav
-- $765.999 Bridge
It is so good thin It n was in Illinois ,
Iowa or im where along the
Look Down Your Nose at Mississippi Riser Astern, the banks
would be lined with eager fisher Jensen Bascule Work Starts May 7 I

men.Actually, howeur. I doubt that -
The Humble Garden there are a doyen anglers in Mar. ,
Hackle for tin County who lake advantageof Construction. ol I a $71>5,999 Iv across the waterway te a point I ' it. bridge over the I Intracoastal! Waterway west of highway AIA pioicclUK : heed" lair the Pratt & Whitney
I Here how n's .lone Pick your at Jensen Beach I m Martin Work on the project; includes I new bridge, the center see- ,11III'CIlI "project on which $210-I
is he started removal of the structure lion ol' the Jensen Beach cuuse- (IIIH..11) 11 '
self a comfortable' spot along the County expected to i existing < spent!
i Fishing Pleasure Hereabouts I twenty-five miles of St Lucie Canal by May 7, the State Road Department and construction of a bridge equip was, which Mill result m thc mod I
on either hank. take light announced ped with an electrically operated crm/jition ol, I he entire eiusewivVMS :. I llu' '\'Ilnd largest 1 consumer
spinning tackle and fat Road hoard member John H. douhle-leaf bascule span, the result of retinancint ol 1 ,,I ""d "is 'the steel inddslrv
drop a
By FRNESt.. LYONS: "What arc we waiting for?" I and six'" or eight feet across Where worm ahead ol' a couple of buckshot Monahan said the VU-foot structure Scott Construction Company, the M.iiiin ounlv bridges 1".1 I I ------- 1I
replied. the worms come from 1 don't 100 feet out It nothing hap- on State Road S-707-A ex Inc. of Thomasville, Oa, hits been issue'. which resulted in !umov.ilol I Smn1f'1 Says
All sorts of .fishing is funifit I tends from State Road 707 ter- awarded the contract and will have the lolls
It was a perfect spring morning know, but they will come as the pens in ten minuteor so, try an- ea
results In getting you outdoorsand for a couple of hours of "lazy leaves at the bottom of the pile other cast se\enll-flve feet out Alter the' rclirmncing i I h e i e I I'M'
catching fisn mans fishing We didn't have to start decomposing Eventually you Keep varying your bait position A big channel cat should be cut to catch them Around the canal was sufficient surplus to build the SORRY 1 1oLED
While I realize that it is heresyto be there at daybreak, just sort just take a pitchfork and turn over you begin connecting: into chunks and made into a delicioui bridges, like Loop Road Bridge -- -.--- I wlrtlMACNt:51
say so in the hearing of the of dawdled along until the sun the leaves to find hundreds of great The channel cuts (the same old catfish stew, preferably in you will note that there are big I\IR\; ltM): .Ml
purists, "just 1 plain old worm fishing was well up when we came to the"bullhead big fat and sassy native Florida! spotted fiddlers that they catch an iron pot with diced! ult pork} wooden fender systems in the IISII limiltKVHondas '
can be a barrel of fun if you hole," a stretch of canal rattlesnake\ worms" We call them in the Mississippi i River system) potatoes onions and celery. I usa middle Take a small bout and 1"I
know where to do it and how to that did not look different rattlesnake\ worms" because they cruise! up and down the canal in"hlreams. big Dutch oven for my catfish ease into the piling system no that fresh water fishermen
do it. Further, it\ I is a neglected art than any other stretch of the same flex and unflex like a striking ." They move in certain stews and here' a secret: don't eat you are out of the way of passing arc ni.iking K |1">SHIIC| | to r'no.1,'
hereabouts, except among a select canal.. But.it was-a lot different snake Another name I have for definite lines and null do no it the first day. Put it in the ice box craft. Fish straight down with a the' test I halchen loc,ileil in lluBliekwilei .
few veterans who know howto "It s Bill, "all of twelve them is "M' Vitus worms" because food ten feet bc\un.! such a line\ and re-hut\ it the next,, day. By big gob of worms on the bottom Sine loiesl near Ilnli I 1
handle the garden hackle prop- feet whilesa rest of the canal i is they are so acrobatic: And do the or ten feel this wibut once: then the flavors will have permeated I mention this only because there in Okaloosi I oimly Hinds re
erly about eight" fish go for them! you locate the chinncl cat line" through and through may be eel fishermen from the email "tiiim the 1 SI;I mere.ise. tin r _7'at
It is true that the angling pub Most t torm fishermen of the There is an art to worm fishing you are in business I We also have loads, of "blue Northeast States in Martin County frehdl'r fishing!! licenses. is +l
lic has been taught to look down cane pole variety defeat their own and it needs no defense from the Most average shout a pound eais" in the canal. The little ones who are pining away because i provided ,bs the, I reshV ilei Fishing
its nose at the worm-or, more objective Their gear is too heavy accomplished angler I dare say but once m a while "Old Dad I are right good but the big ones- they don't know that we have even Impunumnt Ac set| l'Ih.111' .
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specifically, at anyone lowdown their lines: hooks, sinkers and :bobbers : that not one out of 100 ot' our will come along. up to ten or fifteen -I and they get up to twenty pounds bigger and better eels than where being useil to inotle ni/i' this ,lush _.: .,3I
enough to use \\orm-and thee are too big. They defeat themselves visiting anglers from the North pounds and then \ou'II haveto arc a mite wrong for me they came from II I hateher\! ueniiliiig' I" \ I n Atilnch I. ,1Don't
idea has been pretty well implanted by not using fine tackle and from the Midwestern slates' run up and down the canal There are eels in the canal, big I prefer the bream and the cuts : iliretl i due, and\ freshWater ,I
when choose has blink before knolls him. tat three.footefand here how Pass the worms, please, I I'ish < "' lit fire get out of himli
the only people privilegedto Bill and I, we to knows that Martin County you whip ____. ommis 'ion
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use worms are kids, learners and worm fish, use the lightest t of spinning
cane pole fishermen, colored and gear, rigged with fourpoundto
ix-peund-le't mono. This gives

whiteWhile it i is not true yet that the you mobility. It gives you distance.
skilled angler i is absolutely banished You can cover ten times the water A Vote Of Confidence From Our Youth
from polite society in South available to the cane pole man
lorida if caught with a can of Fine hooks and light split shot
his boat there mean that you hook them when
worms in car or ((
they bile without discouraging nibbles -
are trout clubs elsewhere in the
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land where they will formally
break a members rod and take His spinning rod was already
away his Izaak Walton badge for rigged. While I was rigging up, This Is ThePLAQUE
the offense) it is getting close to it. he threaded a big fat worm on a
!keen No. 8 hook, flipped it to the
It is rare, indeed that you will
far bank, let it settle m the hole
find a couple of accomplished fish.
and brought in a big. fat red- -
who will
ermen deliberately go
breasted bream that must 1 have
worm fishing Take myself and
weighed three-quarters of a pound.
Bill Abbott, for instance Between
I tossed out and instantly con
us we have fl>fished a couple pf .
nected with a fat pound-and-a
thousand miles of fancy waters; half bullhead. Red-wing blackbirdsperched rki
we have cast every lure known to
on the bullrushes alongshore
the surface and underwater
man on
in the sun. Close! b a -
sang >
tackle for collections the noble, black if bass; our I I pair of quail were calling. For an : JR '
would stock a good-sized put together tackle hour we kept bringing in big fat :4 05M tiAtSS rl : ..-1'0
bream and bullheads keeping them _
store-but the other morning we Msgta + tw
alive of buckets Finally
I in a couple N .
decided to go worm fishing Bill's rod bent double and I .t ,e s '
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"I've found a hole that's full remarked 'You must be hung on SAM HARLESS JR.
, of big i old yellow bullheads," to a mudfish' The 'mudfish' N ,
whispered Bill "They run up to jumped, dispelling my illusion, it { -

, two willow bream pounds.cats bigger And And than there once are your in a chunky whilea hand was finally irresistible i a three-pound found those:; bass juicy that worms had \\+ M In grateful acknowledgement of his friendship and

comes along. Well just sit on the Bill started cleaning fish, all -I ; tx

bank at 'em.in_one. .'spot and toss worms as alive they and were vigorous cleaned-and he as stowed fast a v t is W understanding to Teenagers and their problems.

them alongside a block of ice in
one of those wonderful cheap lit. I
Gallons tie foam Ice chests that are such
' a blessing to fishermen JUNIOR CLASS
We had a grand morning's fun
Of Gas -with worms
I And, what is more, each of us

10 Each enjoyed two or three incompura- MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL.... -
ble meals of fine fresh water fish
from the catch. ,
WeekIFREEn I suppose, to be a proper worm 4t
fisherman, you should also like Ricky Smith President
\ to eat fish Thank goodness, I do t ,
When I get back home, I Ire-scrape
I the big bream and cut them downto "
Gunn Vice-Pres.
the backbone at intervals of Bobby ,
about one inch along both sides,
I do the same to the skinned bullheads ,
I (Carry a pair of nippers- .- .

Just Register: No Purchase I not ning pliers nippers, but, special so you catfi can h-clean kin.

. Necessary! your catfish in the field.) This Is The _

I Register\ Each: Week 'hru May 23 I When it comes to cooking the .
fish,
I put a cup of watergroundmeal h ,1t
some salt and pepper, in a
DOUBLEGold brown paper bag, then drop in the Ii
I fish and shake them thoroughly M
so that the meal fully coven them Y

Bond Stamps Always or use lard fresh(not leftover compound fish MAN.

With 'I he Purchase Of A grease) and the heat should be just .
right-hot enough to sizzle but
LUB JOB and not smoking A slow sizzle will i
turn out the most perfectly browned -
\
fish, that this while he
> OIL CHANGE With a dash of butler and some was presented plaque i

I crisp, fresh and crusty: corn breadon
the side there
nothing more

| This Offer Good I'' delicious."Boughtcn worms" are the easiest was Chief of the City of Stuart Police De F. '

and least laborious to get, but
:\ Thru May 23
just In case they might run out
sometime I keep a worm bed In in 1960.
partment
STO MONEY DO'VNI my back yard. It', easy to do
although it takes a few monthsto

'Ilres I Ballerina Shocks get a good one from scratch.
Just pile up leaves in a shady
Low Prices corner every time you rake the i a1r Y ,Ir

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I 2-D TIlE STUART (}la\ .) NEWS Thursday. April 30, 1964 Candidate ForumIs

I New Commission-- S--- -t d----; Well AttendedThe Jupiter BPW JUPITER NEWS -I

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I Meet Your Candidate! Are Hostesses MRS. ANNA MINEAR, Cwespondcnt Phone 746-4643

Richard Stalls is Mayor forum" held at Jupiter High i _----.-..'W'...-._--_.... _..... .. '-, -"'
School auditorium Wednesday lupiter DU'lIIeand Profes-
on
::1- Steel production passed 1 110.
;
I the swearing in of (he ncwlv I, held on May,,i> ft. due t u> the primary evening drew a large aulience: I ''mal Wimcns, the( tub Vero was Beach host Kiwanians Hear 000000( ) tons during 196.1I .
1.1 week 'ml to
elected cily officials proved election being held on the usual William Migrogan! president of ---
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a
anil Pahokic BPW clubs at Jupiter Gni.L: 'll5Fn'rlxrwas_ ; : :
smooth iranHilion between admin mcUmg nighi.Visiting, Jupiter Jayccm, presided over the A Ranch ocean Resort Parole Official ,,
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+ run 'fll MV Ji I'u": III' HI
istralions! on Tuesday evening. meeting and introduced Jupiter'snew Sonic ol' the guests arrived early 'I IHIIin "I"' hI.li Ii111s
Richard Stalls Clergy Richard Stall, before for gol// while the pool and ocean IS. Its: I
asoumcd I h c mayor ( h.
K L. Damon of the "J' )
duties of turning the meeting over to the peeved' i the point of interest for department 104SM NH.Rt' 1'KFIkinnn ... I.
Edwin KPcdcrscn
of parole and probation, was ... ,
IVMrH IIPiMi
koffi moderator t Hubert Moore. thirs .mending. at." )
as commissioner Are EntertainedThe the the speaker at the Jup Icr-Hobe ,
:
with Robert Nichols dinner
Moore as. following group 0.p.88.,1
from the North Ward and Sound
1 1v and Kiwanis meeting Monday \e'IePo" TO n"'lI'rHlUTfh :' ,
discussion
at the lime clock I Intro gathered for to
cr Mrs from Marie the Cross South at Ward commission Town Right Rev Wilfred' A. E duce il ; each candidate: and allowed I hear Mrs I ilium, Avis tell of a night Damon a detailed accountof SU.iN, JtMW\ i'I..sit15; : ,; '.Iil;;
him or bee three minutes to .'t I recent trip to the Congo. gave I,kjl V.X"" .leI.IISIIT slur. I. .
Clerk Gail Sorenson administered Weslall, I Lord Bishop of Crediton installation of of- the work of his department Ho Tm
the oath present his platform Plans for the < "Oil.lnd/ eseh or t'011, nrr h..I"nollNd ,
of
office and seated the said the number of crimes
Devonshire, and the Rev greatest
England Thirty-eight candidate. or their (leech for Jupier BPW were made .nd r.qlll.d 10 prrr" ui
new officers. Canon Albert J. DuBixs of Pel before the audi t at the home are committed by persons between any deice or demand .hl..h luuor ,
talked at i Thursday meeting ,
proxies ,
+ .lIh 'r ur h8v. ,
Before mHV
the installation, the outgoing s the ages of sixteen! and twenty Be- you uaninsin. '
making their pitch for ot Mrs. I Ihomas Turnbull. Mrs ital.P or \\IKM I1IL.K1 I I'KJ.v.MKH \I'I':|
hum Manor N. Y., were the guests ence every
!,! commission heard the first fore is investigation .
Ida former district a prisoner sentenced, an Arai known a U. IH gll|,
reading on the motion to annex of Rev, Elmer Allen, rector of the possible voleWomen's I Chcsbrough i is made of his former P".8.. director of District 8. and a member with
flllnir ru"
Miolida ai.oi
if
:the Younts property" : west of Jupitcr : Church of the Good Shepherd at Aids ot the Vero Beach club, will activities. home life, !social status. 10 .iho i'onnl lj' ..."lire'. i'ntt t "r II
They also heard the readingof the last Club marital status and record, if any. Martin l i'ouniv. :in Ihr < 'i r
Episcopal week. officers Mrs "
rectory install the following : House at diuarl.I N'Inridn with.|,
a motion of intention to annex Canon DuBots has been a freqUl'nl Ttt X-ray Unit RECEIVES I I.. V. Mmear president: Mrs Shirley In this way Damon said, the I In UK rile near unmix: r1'u i''
:
land north of Indiantown Road CONKJUIrRMlY BANNER date of tic flrnt : ,
visitor he The < hr slian I judge has us complete a picture the piihlkntlon of
to Jupiter
since first president .
P. vice
Floyd ;
Mothers Union thin Idtloe HMD CLAIM: tin f>K:
fronting
on Pennock Lane thee Confraternity banner .
on it as possible before .enlenein
dedicated the church buildings Jupiter Women' Club assistedthe presented to St hides MAN 'Ml(HT HB L'I I LV "Nw' ('iljN
east and Jupiter Creek ISih west three years ago, Father Allen held tuberculosis X-ray unit on their Church, Taking part in the ceremony are, left to right Mrs .; The parole board also aids a I TO AW MLH IV IH'ILK"ATE.
MRUT
with Thome mark open house for his gue'tsho days of service here last week. Romeo Corner, Mrs, Kenneth Coombs Francis Faru Rev Jerome cording secretary: Mrs Carl Crosby person with a prison record in Ids I NTtHT NATIONAL IHNK +
Ing the north boundary Funds for were honored by ninny of t the Thoi helping were Mrs Louis J. Martin and Mrs, William Forbes, correspond secretary and rehabilitation, helping him become 1 la' l HOl .VM: MifHisrd: : I 1 1lu ,i,
road > \lw Prrid.nt I
improvement were withdrawn i clergy from neurhy towns. and Ballash Mrs. A. J. Green. MnJ Mrs. William Morris treasurer gainfully employed and cease to Iril.l (fllcer md 1
from the Mvlnfl fund, in their wives. Mr. and Mrs, Lee J. Meska Mrs. C B Mondinand St. The installation dinner will be be a burden on the state Executor:. of, tie But at* or
the Jude Catholic J..m. KM .
amount of Church Feed
SI,988 The Kiwanians y tecrn.wl I
Allen of Jacksonville, Rev Allen Mrs, Gladys Gillette! held at the JIB Club, Jupiter Inlet staged their annual 1.inner a 9Ntux1/ 't. Florid.
Mayor Robson and the two retiring parents! also attended the gath The newly-installed executive Colony on May 28 Mrs. Thomas chicken barbecue at the Recreation MTfinh.1 (I. tlTTMAVAttorney :

commissioner, Kenneth C.Patterson .. eying. hoard will be hostesses to the clubat Gets Robinson, club president, announced Park on Saturday night least for(loran txrrutorJ15 Houlrrari 1
and Cnrnmnnifar Mar' a luncheon meeting! at the recreation Confraternity BannerThe that "Jupiter" license A complete count i is not in. but f", O Rat 1H4. 1I11111rl. tumid )
old Corwin, made brief farewell hall of the Riverside Retirement about 900 dinners were nerved Pub. April M, 80,, Max. 7. 11. W4
sold the club
Attends RepublicanState plates are icing by -
talks 1
Over.before the new commisiontook Village this week. Christian Mother. Confraternity During the parish second. an- and are available from any club The__barbecue provides funds for 1I 1I I

Mayor Stalls, after being voted Convention banner, recently presentedto !j nual Mother.Daughter COl11l11un- member or at Jupiter Gas Company tne Klwanproaran1 for the year I

commission chairman, appointedthe Mrs. Fred Michael Ocean Red Cross' Drive Rev Jerome I. Martin pastorof lIon on Sunday, May *. at the 1 hose. attending the fun' week. MARCHING WARRIORS MOVE .

Treasurer following department heads: Drive, president of Jupiter Republican Goes Over Top, St. Judea Catholic Church and 10:'0 a.m'. Mass, the new banner end were: Mrs. Faye McDowell COMPETE: : IN SPATE
and
public works Marie commissioner Cross of Women Club, attended the to be used on'the right of the altar will be used at the right of t the Mrs Billie Hind, Mrs Doris P. Jupiter Marching Warriors arc too I
; commissioner State Republican Conference at The local Red Cros drive went
of parks and recreation the Ponce de Icon Motel St. the double represents a'I labor of love by altar as it will at all future month Sasscr Mrs. Mildred Lavender, going to Tampa this weekend!, six- modernautomatic
in over top in quick time, o'f
Louise Johnston commissioner those who made it by hand. Mrs. Johnnie Verhulst'. all of Pa- ty-four strong.
Iv
: of Augustine according to Mrs Sam A. Stephens Communion Sunday, of the
The of the Pieta hokee: Mrs Mildred locke, Mrs The marching at
painting ; competition
building and construction, Edwin 'I I he conference with 169 dile drive director. : Confraternity, .
Pedersen commissioner of road, done with textile paints on white Lit Avis Mrs. Alia Graves, Mrs. the Stale Band Competition, i n
representing four clubsin Mrs said "the civic-
streets and improvements, Oliver pates the stale. held sixty for- Stephens i satin, is the work of Francis M. I Danish pastry and coffee will Cora Ropers, Mrs Iota Ches- which they are contestants i, will
Bo/cman. and commissioner of of introducing was the club the purpose -. minded and generous community Marian Philadelphia Drive The be served m the church hall tol brough, Mrs. Bernice Meyer, Mrs. take place on May I I. On May
hacked workers and
public safety, Mayor Stalls presidents' our gave $2,"- embroidery, as well at the other lowing the May 3 Mass by co- Anna Parrish, and Mrs Catherine 2, the Warriors will present their .
to candid
Republic itcs seeking 200( which $200 above ,
was
An open house in honor of the election al the May h primary and thanked the workers for quota their fine bandwork on the banner, was hostesses Mrs. Allen DIBS. Mrs. lamb of Vero Beach, Mrs William concert FLAMELESS 1
occasion was held following the done by Mrs. Romeo Cartier. William Dwyer. Mrs William Morris, Mrs Marion Taylor,
meeting The town offices were Mr. and Mrs James Y. efforts. The Confraternity was first organized Klein Mrs Brandt Stmedurf and Mrs Louise Robinson, Mrs Joan EVERY
decorated with Daily in 1961 with fifty-one Mrs, Stanley Oblaczynski Nichols. Mrs Natalie Trent, Mrs TIME A
flowers
Mrs
by have as t their i house guests t Mr Mr and Mrs. Harold Queen of
Sorcnson charter members, while St Jude Agnes Doremus Mrs Lani Sut-
and Mrs. Irma Archer and Mrs John Shuffclhotlom Sr: Calif. FOREST FIRE STRIKES
Berkeley(
were at
guests ATTEND
and Mrs Cross presided over the and! Mr and! Mrs John Shuffcl- the home of Mr and Mrs Earl was still a mission. The member- CONVENTION cliffe, Mrs Eva Elliott, Mrs Peggy
punch bowl, entertaining officialsand bottom Jr of Lancaster, Pa The Wilson on (the south branch of the ship ia now ninety.three. St. Jude's The Church of the Good Shep- vonBchrcn and! Mrs. Anna Mi- WATER
visitors senior Shuffelhoitoms will remain : Loxahatchcc River, for several Confraternity it the second of two herd was represented by Colonel near of Jupiter
The next town meeting will be in Jupiter for !several weeks, days last week existing groups in the Miami Diocese George Jams and Charles Batesat YOU GETBURNED
I to be affiliated with the Arch the convention of the Dioceseof MRS. PEASE LOSES HEATER
Confraternity of Christian Mothers South Florida held at Day MOTHER

in. Pittsburgh ''I tuna Beach lust week Mr. and Mrs Richard H. Peaseof
r I NEED YOUR VOTE I Mrs George Jarvis Mrs. James Pine Tree Place, were called

Brink and Mrs Charles Bates served north last week when Mr. Pease
I Engagement Told as delegates to the women's mother, Mrs Hazel P Pease, ofl.andowne
.o. d V division Pa., died after a short
JOHN W. I Mr and Mrs. Henry 1., Read, illness SUPER-FASTI
vytrsARss. Beacon Lane, have announced the JUNOS I HAVE JUNO Mrs. Richard Pease visited her NO win,NO wonm'

engagement of their niece, Miss Mr. and Mrs Robert M Juno parents, Mr and Mrs. R. W Kenmson NOT WATER//MAHORR?

Brink.Stephanie Read!, to James Craig of Flint, Mich.. spent part of their of Raleigh, N, Coo on the'I ANNOUNCING
REOPENING
honeymoon at Juno Beach way home. SUPERSAFEIfOHflACfOfMIHO
The prospective bridegroom is

.,., ,M, b.e the son of Mr and! Mrs James S. A The.C. spark young plug people division employed of General at I HERE AND-THERE MTRFLAINE KENNELS

Brink Miss of Read Jupiter from Motors, said they hated to Paul is spending his va- John R. Mosley, Mgr. tk1
was graduated leave their Hanley Boarding Day Week >o/e
rKEIJMERSupervisor Winter Park High School and u namesake town to return cation with his parents, Mr. and ;
to work and Month
now attending Palm Beach Junior their new homein Mrs. Paul Hanley Cove Road f
College Her fiance was graduated Park Forest Manor Flint Paul is a student at Florida State dtJ
\ Obedience
of Registration from Jupiter High School andis SPRING CONCERT University Training ;
with Vaughn and Wright at their Grooming
Have Served Can Serve Will Serve You Jupiter branch. NOW MAY J7 Steven Floyd was at home last 5401 &FaderslIlghwa ,, ...*r. CHEAPER,root .
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1 A June wedding at the Churchof The North Palm Beach County week from the University of Flori ILORJDCPOWEReucHTCO.HWHG .
Paid FolltlMl Advntlummt Fort Pierce Phone 464-3378
da. He has returned to Maplecrest,
the Good Shepherd is planned, Chorus announced that its spring fUlLO H.O/HDA
_._ will be
-- concert will be held May 27 at N Y.. where he employedat .
The Sugar Maples for the sum
Sulhavcn instead! of on the previously -
-announced date. mer season

Stan Doyle, chorus director, will Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kief and
D. W. "DAVE"
I5''r make a further announcement I iiighter. Barbara, of Batavia, N. GALE I
about the program in the near fu- Y.. were recent visitors at the
lure. Paul Hanley home on Cove Road

Vote For NEW ARRIVMS nsrrn Thomas P. Robinson, Bay Harbor i1tvR

Road Cast, several
is spending ,.
Among the arrivals
newest here
1 r weeks with his son, Davis Robin
f are Charles Francois Hodges. son
of Mr and Mrs. Charles E son in Alexandria, Fgypt. Davis
Hodgesof Robinson i is U. S. vice consul in 'ff''r i"
Southvifw Dave, and
/ Tracey ; ;
that
( city. r
Laraine Webster daughter of Mr.
And Elect I and 'Mrs Donald (i. Webster Jr.,
Venus Avenue
Mr and Mrs. Judson 'Minear, II
former Jupiter residents now livIng RENIWIKHIR
at Pennwood Farm, Palm, City, "
LICENSE
DRIVER'S
announce tha adoption of Robert
4 Lloyd Mmear, who was born feb. DURING YOUR
JOHNA. 25, 1964 BIRTH MONTH i

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CIRCLE SEES: SI.IDKS

Mrs Allen Ewing showed her GA STORAGE '

collection of flower slides at the I'

.' Mayflower Circle. Congregational WAREHOUSE ,iR,1t n //i 4y { '

-, ; Church, on Tuesday v
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unusual because the slides show II

Florida grasses and wild flowersat DayVeek s'P
close range and open a com I
pletely new world of Honda. growing Month Year + rr r
things to the observer I
WETHINGTON Mrs, Fred Wen. Mrs Earl WiI- USED FURNITURE: &
son and Mrs ( p Bracht were APPIIANCES I

hostesses for the afternoon guhermg AIA, GOLDEN GATE sa
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would like each one of you to know that I am sincerely seeking the position of

your Justice of Peace. I have tried to see as many of you as time has permitted. From MEANS CONSTABLE

As the election draws nearer, may I remind you that if elected, I intend to work LONGINES WITTNAUER I

full-time as your Justice of Peace. need your support. your vote on May 5th Democratic Candidate District IV

will permit me to work for you in every possible way in this office. and BULOVA WATCHES


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., IIIBISCUS P IRA GROt MRS. CO>RU FVTFRTUNS tl ",\'Uiat'ics Attend I ;Mrs.. Susan Bott HIE STTMRr (FlorMa) NEWS:
PORT SALERNO Fire Destroys WHL now FIK DON At IJWWFRU'AHn"' fVRlY i rhiirsxkiv, April 30, 1964 .<-t)r
NEWS District Meeting CeLbrntes: : 70th
It I lit hoped thin ill memr* A dtmerf-eard "party was held

MRS. VICKY PROSK, Correspondent AT T-MSS ; Long Residence of the Hibiscus !P irk (ivte A- at the (MM of Mr. hnrles ('cm Members of the Veterans o f Mis Mi-.ni Moll of ( oral (..Ir.; The sea i gull, propuK killed' I i I.
'tins
elation" will be on hand at I the red on WAhtewhi*, April 22AltetaNttf dens honored ilh herring gull has spread its hi 'ci I
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f111111"111",/ foreign Wars Atrtithtrjr altorided a surprise
Mrs I
AII.1I11,1,
**f George the
I On Fnda\ at 11:20 a.m.. the monthly meeting to I he held Monday Heston. MH% T. W. Cook. Mn a district meeting at RHfcfa" Beach ,parts "n hi i i seventieth hirthdiy | ('oasl area to North south Carolina on .'

Holiday From School Allows volunteer fire department was May 4 at 7 \10
called mil to attend a fire at the community Man' of[ the First Ntimwil .. Mrs RI=|| tyrttr. Mrs Walter This' was an all-day >e *ion with I 1111'" nit the party with Mr I I COMIUYI CAI
Bill Long residence on Fifth I I Bank. Election" of offieer Prues. wlffwrt Cafr. Mr. and' Mi' Unit were: Mr. .and Mrs I IIn
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Girl Scouts to Hold Outing Street for the new t term will he the mutt Roy Deeket. MN$ I. M VMuifMd, a hreak for lunch at the pent nie. I I liimuhir; Mr and Mrs Wale 'I11'

.... trucks! Nos. I and 3 answered order of businessPERSON Mrs O H HriMtto Mrs CIcoriK! There wasjin eletMinni bf district lir Stets I Mr and Mr, Ottadrefe I I : .
Whht is fritz and ion A, A. \\hiticar officers anti reports from \ "Kilh Hi(Hurt. Mr. Joe )
so fine as a day in April After the demonstrations, every. the call but were unuhle to save \U Table prices were won' hv Mrs the various AmiHury' fI"'II'" acre I KIIP' m mil: :Miss Erma text(t. ,
when the urn is shining, birds are one demolished the food cooked Jthe house, which was completely Hurry Kahn, Mrs RUII.'CII'SllIler given and dieussed.Delegurtes I ill nrie.hhm, from Cwil (nnlens' '

twittering and everyone is in good on the campfire and games, acre gutted The fire Mat secured, at Captain and Mr Harry Reklr and Mrs 1. H, Whltfleld Mrs, oho attended! t were: W : i to.. \uiul birthduiiuu, JACK'S GUII'S'GATION
spirits 7hldny played> by all. I 12;: I IS pm. and daughter Jean of Barcelona. H Flu nn gin was the recipient of Mrs Grace hall Mr. Mnrwret i mss! t hI the |/nu' |(uh" I
the J Jake She I ton, who has been! living Avenue, spent a fey dnvi t his I < the door (prlWI Kahn, Mrs Melvlna Weed Nlrs ---- I
morning giH of Scouts who attended the out- in the house was away at the (pad week isms ing Kc\ foes!, )Jfnnle !Smith Mrs Jean Moran One tit| the lint uf the police I I

Troop M assembled at a given Ing were: Margo Prosk, Paula I time of the fire. The cause i is undetermined Richard Casler entertained! several 'I 1IU\I\ltRit'( t't'I.EARt1E I Mrs Midge tracy and MM. lHitdsAlhieRord rnln> stiioiK m the country be ( All S.rrl....i Guaranteed

point and loaded down ilh cokes Mile. Carla Haarali, Vickie at present cousins last week Stofpmjoff mUr.N, ANtslVFR1tRY I Mrs Jennie Smith was SHI unit.nuns in New York in i I lick Saimdenon, Owner
hot dogs and other tasty paraphernalia Thompson Corey Donn JoAnn | Last Tuesday firemen also answered for a visit wen Mr: and Mrs: 'oral hardens Is happy to announce elected assistant conductress for l"l I(II. i nsrd, I I"t lonluet harbor patrol AU Port Salerno AT 7-20JS:
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headed for that most call Palm City the golden wedding uniilversnry the district huts I
assist
to
Shelton, Wilma St Beverly a 'het Hemlncks of Port Mon .. _.
delightful spot in Martin County, mgir trucks in dealing with i'grass fire mouth N 1.. Mrs ink Vancler of Mr. and Mrs, Karl M 1- -- -- -
Ciaughan :
Sandspnt Park Patty Scurry Nancy.ueMcPher.on at Moore s Dairy In Palm ('Itv. bill of Princeton N J J. and Mrs Trimmer, who" *lll have been It is estimated that farm population
and
('heerie
They found then were not the Phillips. The rod on one of the truck wadamaged Milton Smith of !Calm Beach married! fifty year 10 will drop another 3 per cent Pre-Mother's
only ones cnjovmg that area. In I Accompanying them were: Mrs during this alarm They are the first coupe! In the In a doren years Corn !belt farms Day
addition to local residents and Vicky Prosk Mrs. Dorothy Hite Firemen who assisted on these Visiting/ the Carl Iliaralns were Gnrdeni to enjoy this distinction will average( 4M( ) to MM) acres
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oul-of-towncrs who hud pitched 'I Mrs Margaret Kahn MM Jose fires were: Fred Brownlee Frank his parents, Mr. and Mrs Victor and everyone there!! join in wishIng I iipiece and more people! will actually r
tents, there was I phlne Shelton Mrs A r d a I h Hunfala.! from Minim I rural than !
a group of 4 H Modaffan Carl Congaware Bob They also them many more annlversafle live in area! now Special
Clubbers who were busy setting- Thompson and Mrs D Willeman Johnson Jack Huggins, Chuck had a skit from Carls' sister-in- and best Wishes. but most will. be non. .farmer*.
up camp. Everyone seemed to he Stillwell Bob Chapman Nick I law, MM Eero Hunrala. who "h ,
taking advantage of t h e school Prosk Joe Johnston and K. For from Cape Cod MJ K.
holiday created by the FEA convention Salerno Falk YOURS- I I, Complete licnuty
g) Mr and Mr. Paul' Heston! hud I I lead To Toe

The scouts were taught how to Coral Gardens/ Plaits; a* house guests, Mr and Mrs JUST FOR THE ASKINQ;.; 'sue
lay a campfire using proper tinder, Visit Alabama I aVerne Locke from I ake Milton, Package.! Deal
kindling and fuel, and how to lake Meeting and PartyThe Ohio \
rroper safely precautions All this It baa long beta our established policy to make !most
Members of Salerno SouthernMethodist Mr. T. W. Cook and laughter Now
in working toward their outdoor Church motored t o monthly meeting of the Eleanor Davis i visited with T. I IW. complete facilities' aid tmicti available to investor* just \ Only $$22.50
Coral Gardens Civic Association
badges.Several 'Tampa Thursday evening, here Cook her son. who lives In'' (to the
of the scouts worked on will he held on Sunday May 3. Miami for the tikbtf So, meet fsfying requirement of our

on their health and safety badges, they Southern met the members Methodist of the Church Tampa at 3 p.m. in the commisionetf clients, we maintain separate department ipecialumg. la -NON......., INCttWSI1IUIIIU : .
and demonstrated how to give room of the courthouse John Salerno of the Bronson Research Commodities Listed and Unlisted Stocks Core I
and Meridian (Miss) Church, and ,
first aid and make triangular bandages On Tuesday, May 3. the asses' Boatyards has returned from u 0 \ : PIRMVNKNl' SII'1II) JUSFl t
all traveled by but to attend the elation will hold a dessert-card threc-week slay in New York City. pOTatt and Municipal Bonds) Foreign Securities, Mutual IOR Mt l\
___ District 2 meeting at U n Ion
Springy Ala. party at 8 p.m. in the community where he visited his hr"lher.lhl1.. Fund., Underwriting, Options.Inteltori 0 1.5("101.III.I MtMtUKt:
room of the First National Bank we regret to say is very ill.
a I'FDIUfU) : \1
On Saturday* they tended! services There will he door prizes and la. Ittktflf Ixperleottdl (nvnlmeut/ gulJmc. till dad
BU' and t picnic held In t H ei r Best wished for a speedy recovery ( a ( OIOH KI>MIMKRY .:
Isles pri/is Everyone is cordially] *""-'*--'
4' ..riMin.wasnittrrratMrMae honor. invited to attend to Mrs Ted Simmons' who tul iktlleJ rtpr4aeltatlV"( ready Jo) kelp.Won't 0 If.UlI.
: At the district business meeting broke her ankle when she slippedin 0 IU /II MmM" ME I.ASH & BROW 11MSPMItL !
fot young people it was decided NEWS O* THE MSI1MIOLWelcome her home last week and .is now you Hop In soon? IKOM NOW 'II RU MVY 9111
to publish" a young peoples paperfor hobbling about on crutches:! J
Foam Rubber & Upholstering, the Southern MethodistChurches back to Mr and Mrs NNN

TOLEY ENGFBRtlSEN The paper will contain Brumg Moske owners of the Fish George Palmer returned from HIRSCH & CO.; "
MANAGER article the folk from a visit to Mount Salem 'NI C. His .
SALERNOShipyard and will written be issued by quarterly young beginning extended nhol, who visit have to returned their son Brunlg kn. brother. T. Palmer had been st.iy _.... .... ,... area ,........e.e.iaa ,...... =Powder Puff=

some time this summer. and family in Manchester, conn. log here for a while cod George 108 Sovth Second !fltuf(, f rot rl( Merc
Inc Everyone attended services on The Moskes enjoyed their trip and drove him home lust week RESIDENTS OK SIUARr CALL lOU.-FRFFi, BEAUTY SALON
== HZZVirgic
ATlantte T 2TBS KM. AT T.I Mr Sunday and a dinner was started renewed old friendships hut were Enjoying the wonderful fishingof A ANTIC ,...U 00lIf
PORT SALERNO
on the church grounds, but due to happy to get home to our more
the area is Ales Lcihurg o f f
rain had to he continued inside pleasant weather Davis Lira
Joyce
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Highlands, N J.lho is visiting
The group left Sunday afternoonand !\ : OniCFl 25 Broad Street N.'ork .4, N.Y.
his friend Clarence .Last
Ernest Hudson and friends from Hedmg
drove all night Services
CHUCK-SLSERVICE were week! they went fishing and caught .lend GriffithOIIFRINK
Pahokee caught thirty-four mack and
conducted ort the bus before arriving Listen to daily market news averages
.. in Tampa where members erel and six' bluefish using feathered twenty-three pompano a treat Id 5:30-Station WIRA 1400 on your dial '
Mo .10D.U. BEAUTY
Ph aua STANDARD < fishing outside the inlet northern visitors : AIL THESE AIM TO VUNrM -
picked their respective cars jigs .
up
... Out, to continue their journey home. Mr and Mrs Bud Bolts of Cora iaa.. ..-. fiq Pales/.a Na i.. ?hii f. wi sisal' I' 10 '
took Charles Griffin and family from l.ta.a Pap ...... Aeatdar.IANA.. .+M ...Pails. : P051' mn( AT 7-4'H1
287-5019 On Saturday everyone West Palm Beach caught twenty ) Gardens have returned from e

Owned Chuck time out for a trip to the governor two mackerel four bluefish and three-weeks' trip They spent sonic .. .. -- --.... ..- -.- .. .. ..
by Slltlwtll mansion in Montgomery. Ala, two blue runnen using cricked time with their daughter and family -- --- -- ----

Port Salerno and met Governor Wallace. After spoons. fishing outside the inlet. Mr and Mrs John O'Donnell,,
Road wards they toured the places of of Matthews Va, and then visited
Service interest 1 in Montgomery Mr. and Mrs Dale Stephan of with Mr and Mrs Fred Bolt
Open 7 days a week Those who attended from the Fort Lauderdale caught three and family Fred I 11 their ion and ; t ,
7 a.m. S:30 p.m. Salerno church were: Rev and snook and four blues. using mirro lives in Cop llglie. Long Isl ind, 1Y i
Mr Knight and children, Joyce. lure in the Sun Parlor. N. Y Mrs Mane Bolts had an
Gail and Jack: Vickie Stuhhlcfuld operation on her knee upon her
Sharon il John Bloucr and family from return home but 11 in ecellenlhealth
ProfessionalHearing IrrPhil: Tomas Lake Worth caught I seventeen .
Sheryle Herbert at present we are happy] NOMINATEAND ,
,1.:
mackerel and four blues, using
and Dennis Johnson Alice
Aid Service to report
outside the nr ,
Damron Mrs (Leon Tucker and feathered jigs fishing
MY A, BYRNE -- .. I children,..DuviJv... thN; 'lira and mlut,, A happy birthdiy to Mrs Roy)
II I E. Decker Uh\ celebrated the
Certified Hearing Aid i Trine and Frank Copus. Fred Roberts and friend from occasion last week
West Palm Beach caught ,sixteen ELECT THE
Audiologist: AIL ARE INVIIFDTO bluefish and six' mangrove snappers We are wishing C R McKin-
Specialists in Quality Hearing PIONEER PICNIC using cut bait and fishing tie a most speedy recovery He
Aids, Batteries, Ear Mold and The Pioneer Club will hold a the Sun Parlor. sustained a double break hove the e
Repair of All Makes. swiss steak dinner at its clubhouse ankle when he fell from a roof
on Horseshoe Point on Sunday Don Birnct and friend from MANBEST
Iu7 Atlantic Ave., It.. Pierce May 3, at I 130: p.m. This will he I West Palm Beach caught fourteen
(Opposite St. Lucie Bank) Ihe last picnic dinner until the mackerel, two blues, two trout and
HOward 1-3035 fall. Everyone is invited to come one weakfish, using feathered |jigs workingGIVE r '
and the food. outside the inlet, '
enjoy .. .
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RED CROSS REPRESENT' THEGREAT



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CAMPING. WEEK with ysur! help'' ,

.. ..."1 Citrus <- Farm Cattle Area!l of t a ''
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J. :: Our County rti.

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i 1 BEER, WINE, ''I. i
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r a 'jt I tie will bring;! to the cottlirmsloh; the do '' +.a"
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LIQUORSFree [ tailed knowledge! of these aspect of Martin 'Pt'

,
':) I County life so necessary to a balanced t r

4j N { : Ice Cubes econonly and govcrntnertt ...fit
fI"
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j MAW i II t- t

198r. Jfl An Indiantown I'rceholder
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DIALAT7 I Ie will be the
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s i. r i County

i 'ot :
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.Trade' j' ',' iduter t t onan. Apache Of1'V.

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"J:' and sav0imjm0yvas::; well astime: and temDerl- F. UNDHHJ JILL, JR,

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Your tent is worth trade-in dollars (including that "apple pie") are world largest-selling' camping,

on a new Apache Camping slowed out of the way in trailer for yourself Act now 1100FREE

Trailer in celebration of Na Apache' built-in storage areas. while your lent is worth trade-in

tional Camping Week. So to A cool bug-free breeze wafts dollars, in celebration of National W. F. UNDERHILL JR.

make this summer' vacation a through the fiberglass screened Camping Week.

fun one, now is the time to Irale.Inow"' Rain? Zip the storm .. _--r. .. ,
up and into a roomy Apachel! flap end you're snug as a bug '. q DELIVERY

An Apache brings you the The tent of Vivatex-lreatcd W ,"=' ...
comforts of home. Take the Army Duck shed water like .'. j OF i iNDIANTOWN FOR

Silver Eagle shown above, for one, and an off-the-ground rub"

instance At night you and your ber-matted floor (carpeted in ,y p. .

family stretch out on two Golden Eagle) keeps the tootsies, '. A, HOLIDAY
double-size beds then sink into dry. Lightweight aluminum con I' :..a COUNTY COMMISSIONER

three inches of Polyfoam mat- struction make an Apache easy ''. 61 '
tress Your Apache home i la in to haul and maintain, too. -i_
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for the Word can't do W) -.
"apple pie" order ready justice to an ,
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next day. Clothe', gear, food Apache, to come in and tee the r



STUART TACKLE & MARINE DISTRICT 5



u.s. No.1 at Frazier Creek Stuart LIQUORS

AT .2166 "We Want Him Please Vote For Him" Say Voters irl District 5

"Service Supreme at Stuart Tackle & M ride"
NEXT TO tCWIK
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C t ,s '!II rlINa91.INla Wednesday. May ft u on Tuesday I.F.I.. \O'F.RTI''If'MT1I '
I ". the Rio ; : .
May clubhousewill ;
h u tl I III t7'ro
RIO NEWS be used for the election. 'T\\ i>ttullottiir : :
JENSEN .
: BEACH NEWS IMII %n In1e
:\,ffl'p: IS IIEII:I:I M
MRS. MY'RILE i i MRS t. B, IlE,1SLEYCurttApondent that Mi'H,1EI.; <' 11.\1\ I
: WHITMAN Lotmpondrnl AT 7.176( Rio Woman IiIUI.t.T, ; M H,.VKKIN-,. I It

: '<. ,.... '4.-. .... .,. .' '. ? w ,......,_. I t the liiteaie. lii Idem hays ur tiled tin mill follouo. "I,
i ; n mr rm' a tas't'ed lo I IHi be Ixxu.l.I
Wins ,. ea rllfl,KI '"""1" I
Names of Poster Winners : Card'arty Trip or I..UIIII"'. tledPx, I'.1'"' ,,,'""
[ L 1S 1'1)" '. and flu'n,,,,,,,.. ,
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wan .ft..d
A SuccessRio aCeiilfl so I"II I Ii :
Mrs. Henry Hmson of Rio i
Announced by Chairman '" Nil. It;
Civic Club dessert and Boulevard, has returned from Year ot, J..UUIII' flI; 1
r' Winter Haven where she th'u rlftluu at Inn, '? i
: card party of April 21 wa well was a Block 19, AJiENnSa'i ;I;I i 1'\\'
Prim
winners
in the recent poppy grade five. All three students I B -I contestant in the final Florida I'Al,M (.tTV ,... I III I'h i i..

: poster contest sponsored by tend Saint Joseph Academy, Jensen ,11 attended. Orange Dessert Contest Mr. Hm- N 3K I'nA1 11.$:. 41.: Nalona I.i .

the Jensen Beach American Lc Beach which w staffed by the ;: A special prize was won by son won third prize, a washer and Name.III which ftuntHK..d I |1\

: pan Auxiliary, Unit 126:! have Sisters of Saint Joseph of Saint ,' .. Mn. Charles Conrad Table prizes dryer and a week's vacation for IVCCmml
: been were won by:; Mrs Harry Grief, two at the Royal Hawaiian Hotelat All .r eald property I b..,,,,,_
announced by Miss Laura Augustine: > of afAlil'IN vi 1,.l, ,,,
Daytona Beach In the semifinals '
B. Atmar chairman. +t 4z.d. Mrs William Okamoto. Mn
poppay The tanleae
winning poster designed by Mrs Hinson nth ,
/ won elec eel llfk
an
ale
'"n
They are: First $5, Kitty Harry Spenecr Mrs. Ward Baker, ,
... prize Kitty Tutten will be sent to the tric Her eater -hill b. r'd ''oed u
t specialty
range. was an .
Tutten
grade six) : second II n hew the PI'olll"'I| d I. .
prize state Mn Ethel Nodme, Mrs Charles x." I
Auxiliary contest to be held .
dessert uth ,
orange layer cake rtlfliHl ,,,,
: $3 or "I'rllfl
.. Vivian Alfonso: grade six, and m Jacksonville this month; Post ( ones). Mrs. George DeWitt, MM h"< old,I to the high,., hid I : I.s,
third prize, $2:!, Zoraida Garcia, era are currently bung 1 I Gerald, / Mason, Mrs Arnold I rnurt,i h IIIKIdi ur nn l Ib,. r",I,
displayed i Po\URS: CO NOR I II .
,
.. itrfe Ii : ti uIn month or .II'S'': "I'' '
Ructsch and Mrs Tetlow ,
--- _.I I ,. Dorothy Mr and Mrs. William Power I. II". I"IHHT I In or .I/1" :
tinted
Mrs. Charles Babcock IhlH loth day l iii,' '
was hostess l.
who have been winter 11184.
at
guests
Where this emblem is displayed / assisted I by Mrs. Jack ShamI I the Barnett Apartment, Rio Boulevard I'OIlOTIIY I'tlah'I' ';
('Iprk "r (('lr1I1t
/-e (l lIln "
you are I< er and Mrs Rueben Dohlar ""' 1
I have .'
returned ,
assured the to North East. 'ollnl 1"1101,1
of finest insurance service I The next card party will be on Pa S I. EAI,1
;. Tub Sprit. :10. Mov 7 II .1
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DIGNITY TO

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POSTER n.ea b nadd i
WINNERS Saint Joseph Academy winners of the American
Contest sponsored by the Jensen Beach Legion Auxiliary Poppy Poster
Unit, No
Poppy Chairman 126 receive their awards from Laura B. Atmar, THE
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Left CONSTITUTIONAL
to right, are: Miss Atmar, Kitty Tutten, Vivian Alfonso and Zoraida Garcia, OFFICE OF

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Mrs. George Host Hostesses Thank meeting on Monday, May 4 at. I

To lie UCW Speaker ,I the church,


W. B. TILTON The United Church Women Silver Tea Aides I PERSONALS CONSTABLEo

May Fellowship Day In scheduled I Tom
Frusher
for Friday, May I at the lobe Mrs. Sam Rhodes and Mrs. left 3rd and family I|

Since 1921INSURANCE Sound Presbyterian Church Harry Heritage wish to thank their last Wednesday to return t to
their home
A covered h luncheon i A many friends in the area for the Mass in Long Meadows. ) IN 2
planned and all splendid ? after enjoying a visit with
attending are asked support given he silver
AGENCYJENSEN to bring their his parents, Mr. and Mrs Tom
own table service. tea, held Sunday. April 19 at the
Mrs George H. Bost, who has Heritage home for the benefit rl Frusher Jr., of Scaview Terrace

BEACH AT 7.1411 recently returned from three Unity Chapter of the Order 'of After !i NOMINATE
months in Jamaica will be the I Eastern Star.Special spending the winter as AND ELECT MAY 5TH

-- --guest' speaker thanks 110 i to mi.mlvrn guests at Mclaleuca Cottages, Mr. ,
who contributed tune and -;efforts; and Mrs. Thomas L Miller left I

.. to making the tea a success; to last Wednesday by plane to return I n "J. .
\,rr''':.. 1!'t:',f'1 ..fI. ,)t, r."l"(,' f Roland Woodruff Mrs Robert i to their home in Mount Carmel .'
iF Crowder and the Jensen Beach Conn I'I

singing group, for the lovely musical
: tSP IAL'INTRODUCT ; and to the girls who assisted i Mr and Mrs. William B. Dale I

RY\: \ in the kitchen in left Oxford Monday, Mich by car For for the their past home six) I A MAN f;'; "

Mrs. IleppcEntertains and one-half months they have
,
"IiSY." -
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j .. .. .. been staying at the Melaleuca Col
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\ lages ) .... .
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: : .1 MM Leroy Heppe was hostessat Mr. and Mrs Charles Schramm who has been a resident for 17 "; '

t" a dessert-card party on Saturday of Lindenhurst, Long Island, N years
afternoon, April 25 at her Y. recently traveled
: >0 1 homeon to Sunset i.;: ,91 f
Roberta Avenue, South Jensen City on the west coast and to Lake A home-owner A man who knows the de,.
t Heights. Worth
to visit friends. Over the
.. .. .p.
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/Mier enjoying a delicious dessert weekend they were accompanied
four tables of by Mr and Mrs law and it! Who
I canasta were Fredrich Scidcn respects promises that 1' .
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the ; "
played by following guests: : spinner on a trip to Cape Canaveral ,, ,
: Colin Urquhart, Mrs Basil and on Wednesday are leav .

,/ Vincent, Mrs. Joseph Sorrell, Mrs, log for Linilcnhurst The two couples No Traps or Drives against motorists i: $"f, f :l: J'; .
I, 4. ., {- George Summer, Mrs Robert Seal, live within one block from Otf ;
:: .W. Mrs. Chris Kalb, Mrs. Harry Mil- each other in LinJenhurst but will .,jt $' U; '**'f".Jl'

r V .... \<1.( .I ,' lei"Fredrich'MrS"C"J! Duhl! :',WhinfJrJ.Mrs.( Tommy Mr* :"ntt'for/ at the Melaleuca first time Cottages.alter registering ',ever.. be, filed.. '.. ; \\.i.....

. :: \ I 1I Woods, Mrs Charles Wheeler, 101Ell111Gl0: :
Mr and Mrs r
": # Mrs. Edwin! Miller, Mrs! John Darrill L. Gregg

: :' Herrmann, Mrs, Keg Walker, Mrs of Butler, Pa.. are living at
I d TUBELESS'd,4 .1;. .. John Pals and Mrs. James Price leuca Cottages while
A home in Beau Rivage, which Mela-/'r / NOMINATE AND ELECT'a

I ; i': TIRE SALE! METHODIST WOVEN: : plan to move into in July.
. : : PLAN PLlOGfc StKMt: : Gregg is an attorney and Mrs.
/ Gregg a retired school
The Women's Society of Trinity teacher
.. J: : Methodist Church will hold a The Charles Gays of

INTRODUCING THE ALL ;"NEWt( pledge service at_!the next I regular Collages, have a new grandson,

# FULL L5erAAL A "I<:"'rINI<:",,,'r Robert Bradley Gay, born at the TOMWETHINGTON
PLY FULL,SIZE:
M a b.rtr ,.. new Brevard Hospital in Melbourne
Ii...... .Irl.Srlvr 11x35 As.: e on March 4. He is the son of f
1\F.I''u'r 1)p ..'')''.1.IOM' OK TMR'). Mr. and Mrs. Charles D Gay
MUNI N. TKL .. '
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GILLEtTE AMBASSADOR Nil, SlIT, ..<)K .1'1111'1'' I" I'll,: I'of Satellite Beach
NT 'nl <>! FI..Uln", "T TN R'
.I..tl Up B I "I N 51 x 5 55. N Credit
A PII II. IN, InN4 l'III..lItu: union asset! in the United
) GUARANTEED 24 MONTHS r; I" ,s NxrS1sa'l's] "AI.I. ""t: States rose to a record S7000,000 ,/100-()/
1 IIV 1'Sw.1.1..1.1.:11' : UM 'r II : ) last from
('1'IIn 10\: ('", vsnSat: year $6,400
NIoI."I''II
.e..1 ...... tjMWMta* ....... art, ..... fcnteea, .*., sail. e. 5. HE11RV:11: lI'r"1'IJTIIII: 000000( () ) ) the preceding year.
._ .....I .......... All ILL e.ij......tt mn ..*...... ler aiiaili CcanwnM IIM m>< MlMKaw -
'.a..tY.-. ar mUu load M i.et >. A./MT/ The first general revision of the
Cans,
balunrea
with I United
States
other copyright laws .
bank* andcanli since T"3"

BUT 1st TIRE AT PRICE LISTED ( 4 Unltod.IM of Ptatea Item ulleUlin In Uoverint proC .--.I JOJ37801J Federal 1909 is (being register undertaken of copyrights by ,,the (P.ld Pullllcal AdvertlMUTest .. "

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\ a'' BELOW GET MATCHING TIRE FREE.I .d (:Net.n of guYranta -.

I .r'.1 .any. .nOhli 9,117,619.t0 the best and bank the smings inRambler's
SI'lI. I
FIRTURR150x14..27.90 BlntMn
allupnllttes
) .ubdlvl -

, :. GET MATCHING TIRE FREE* rna..rv..lon.., Net(. ... .of.. ,any... a.4U.8U.OO
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Loani .
and ilU' mnvee
( 800x14..29.90 GET MATCHING TIRE FREE (Nit of any Ken ) 114111171
Filed' a".eta ......
Other a..ele .?.. ... 151 730 U
850x14 . . 31.90 GET MATCHING TIRE FREE Ahall./t WHERE THE BUYS ARE! We've got
TOTAL AHMETS ..w.,880/14e01,69 special save

650113..25.90 GET MATCHING TIRE FREE* LIAbtLa1'5its' ings now on hardtops,convertibles, sedans,wagons.

670x15 . . .23.90GET: MATCHING TIRE FREE* Demand dividual d.,.poalta parln of ?In r- S We've got a choice of 7 transmissions, 9 engines

710x15 'antpx' and corpora. . P rirg (V-8s and 6s),25 beautiful Spring models in all.
25.90 GET /IWL411.50 Each
MATCHING
, . . TIRE FREE* Time .nd'invlnit0, dopi -
offers
lt. famous Rambler
nt In llvlduala.partnerehlpe extra-value features
160115..29.00 : : like
; GET MATCHING TIRE FREE* .andculpoiatlun. .m.m.G8 Double.Safety Brakes and
:

I c, 800/820115..33.90 GET MATCHING TIRE FREE* Deponlta Deno.lu Siam( .. of nnvrrnnunt or III.United.,j.. and, 104,1711,62 S at no extra cost. And each Deep-Dip is all dressed rustproofing up and,

WHITIWAUS AVAILABLE$7.SO MR TIRE EXTRA Certified llthal' an mibdlvl.lonii, I orrkera1chmka 1.9JB.745,13 e I g ready to save you money. (Rambler American
sayings
eta ... .... 87,212.0
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Total' t>epn start with the lowest of
prices U.
NO IU any built
MONEY 'U.llt,8S9.07
Front DOWN. (at Tnlnl !*) Come .
t End Alignment come save toddY'!
.. t see
PAY AS d'pT.'iu l 10.175.311.tl ." ,.. .,,ion tMtd on minufccluTEST,... .'...... rain.rs.. ..
:: With purchase of, 2 (bITol.1limp pree1
new tins or recap, [SITU Al and
He adjust caster. camber toe-In, tue-out, A ..nae, .
: and Inspect entire frunl-cad for worn d"po.lI. 1.78fi.3U.U

purl, 1 t 1 TOTAL, UVBlUTIra |19,lit,Dim 07ClIMTll

Rtg price $6.88 $488 PER i/EFfiY i ii -A |'COV1TI THE BEST-

WfEK + "" Common vain le anrkDar xR u GO RAMBLER
per ahare .
11 Oil.no C .. .
1 Il.a 1.1.i..81.a0 s.$1.0*par llr.NO IXCMANOINICIIMITMl!>*a 14* Mari W. I No 8.01111(.hll... authorUvd ,. ,., .e .w V-8 OR 6aSlaa
I situ taka Hi**U pa..e.r.a No
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M tni 5.11 out.lHiid-
I Tim rim rK. able..ck. H M Ins . .. ..
CHAPS,, pf n(*< M cxckMc* 44*1 pw tin.-NO MOUNTIMO Kuri"lu,. 0011. .. ,.., eaOAAA.AO DanImOon'

t'lIdl.icl.d .
profit. .
.... a kesrrv/ ... .. ... fea,511.A5 0.845.55 _-,
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Time rerllflvat.. nf d..
WE ARE NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION po.1t outstandln.l IU.oU.U

t Carrie ,I
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the above n.,, 'bank; :t-hl..b':

2903 4th Street I I.dotlare'true that and thle eorrert report to of the condition beat of
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my knowledge and belief
CARKIB BE1J.B: LAW TRAVEL SMART-SI..k lines,with plenty otroom

j; tart"'e.the the rorrwtneM underelrned, of dlrectora thla, at- for ala looters In the Ramble Claitic' 770 hardtopplenty _
report
I OPPOSITE LINDSLEY LUMBER of been condition eiainlned and by declare u..nd that to It haa the of action with your choice of V.8 or 61

RIGHT HERE IN FORT i la boat true of and our Corn knowledge and belief
PIERCE! David B Stomaamsa CHASON'S GARAGE 416 s.
FEDERAL
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THE MARTIN COUNTY CITIZENS COMMITTEE i




=SUMMARIZESThe =




Things You Should Know and Evaluate




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The two incumbents running for reelection have not been able to deny our basic truths-They have triedto

fool you by claiming the facts we have given you wereillcorTectlasi"g their claim on such things as our. .

saying opposed instead of voted against or vice versa.They have not been able to deny the truths of our state

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Basic Truth: Basic Truth: Basic Truth: Basic Truth:

Investigation still hangs over our Refusal to take lie detector test. Right-of-way Issue \Wacha statement denied by Lytalcommission.

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As of this date charges of misuse of county \Vhen Sheriff Baker requested Mr. Miller, A Jensen Beach Realtor fight against Mr. On April 14th at a regular commission
funds and equipment and ineligibility to Chairman\Vacha and Commissioner Saun James Hand on a right-of-tivay issue-This meeting Chairman Wacha told the assembled
hold office are still on record awaiting an derson to take a lie detector test, when ar right-of-way fight against Rand was con. residents and reporters of Martin
County that "Commissioner Lake L tal
investigation by the Grand Jury. Even son was used to remove a bridge after our tinued by our commission, county funds had received: u telephone call from >two
the commissioners not involved believedthis local judge had issued an injunction againstits were spent. The courts upheld Mr. Rand's people in Martin County who said they
investigation necessary, all five voted removal,Ed Miller complied with Sheriff claim: Commissioners Bruner, Miller, represented a Citizens Committee) and who
for it. This was eight months ago. Baker's request The two incumbents Williamson opposed "Mr. Saunderson's asked that Mr. Lytal assist them in their
running for reelection as commissioners motion to continue the matter" Where efforts to hinder the development of Pratt
did not. was Wacha's leadership lie puts the responsibility & Whitney Road." This statement was
Despite requests by civic groups to ex
found to be false when the press called
pedite the investigation, thereby clearing on Saunderson. Commissioner Lytal who said that:
natural doubts in the minds of the voter The indicated
National Security Agency
lie did not make this statement to
I the charges still stand- that an applicant's refusal to take a lie We believe Mr. Rand knows how Chairman Wacha-Lytal said that nobody
detector test, requires that dgcncy ('NSA)' the realtor and \Vacha stood on this asked him to obstruct or hinder) the com
After consulting the State Attorney a to make a more exhaustive investigationon issue and it is also] the belief of our com pletion of the Pratt & Whitney Road I lIe
member of this committee requested all of a person who refused than on one who mittee. stated only one person had called him to
our commissioners to sign a petition to the took the test. ask if Martin County Commission had a
written guarantee to get a right-of-way from
Martin County Grand Jury now availableto Ask yourself](why Commissioner Brun. Palm Beach County necessary to completethe
expedite the investigation. Don't lOU wonder why an elected of. er was upointed by \Vacha to speak to Mr. road.
ficial would] prefer the voter to doubt Rand,"hat in hand"for a right-of{-rvay needed Commissioner Lytal stated: Palm
Commissioners Bruncr, Miller and rather than to clear up the natural doubt to bring a "20 million dollar enterpriseto Beach County no longer had the rights-of-
Williamson agreed to sign the petition. in the mind of the voter? Martin County." \Ve sincerely hope way therefore they could not give them to
Commissioner Bruner is successful and Martin County -Mr.( Lytal promised co.
Chairman Wacha and then Commis. operation when the people of Martin County
Could the truth be even more harmful convinces Mr. Rand that we have an independent
sioner Saunderson refused to sign the peti to the incumbents than the doubt? five-man commission. were ready. Do you want four more
tion to expedite the investigation.Ask years of deceitful, arrogant and boastful
leadership?

yourself why? For. an investigation PRATT-WHITNEY ROAD ACCESS ROADS You have until May 5th to make up
your mind or to relax and enjoy the type
when we have no Grand Jury-A gainst Martin County still.does not have a written See I lobe Sound story advertised, in this government you will receive under a continuing .
when Grand Jury is available. guarantee to completion of road! paper. one-man rule.



Recommend You VOTE FOR "


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C H R I S K A L B COUNTY COMMISSIONER, JENSEN BEACH-DIST. NO.1 ",. ,


HOBK.SOUND, PORT SALERNO r'
J. B. MacARrHURWe -COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. NO. 3i

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Good Government For All of MARTIN COUNTY



VOTE ON MAY 5th



Rotation of The Chairmanship Will Help Break Up The Machine

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I Ii-n TIlt SIT.\RT' ((11:1.t"\ :: Tllunduy. lprg 10. 19G ,en r'ruter' routes. and campsites .- "' ...... :I"4b "
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Our Sea Turtles surrounded by color l
GoI photos of recreational activities m
Construction Firm to Sue the Sunshine State
I Near the' tvttttrfront, typical l r.
To Visit Florida beach attracts ,:n lovers. "f
Fair
Against Damages Decision the I I and set! those geflifin'! interested attfgutdh in "reptiles'ottln/can Ida +- ytlAi

l A suit asklnj for I diclur tor> Alit B ihg ukd! flu Mid! this was 1 I srlal poetMiklNF
'bur small sea turtle- from the (Milling on tin ihowi daily.Aut .
f decry kfumlt I the Martin ('(tun- k "p* lalty" rmhtr thin damiMes I tl
luMratory /tank at the Hourof Florida bird life u not nigWHed -' KfIt)4"
mfmHiirs JearilitdOfloffl
floartl l of Erfticulloh drtor Bond I Mrs
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ty IN:\ M;,\ A1SAU6T
min!! 1 Iflc Validity d f liquidated artU! Praflk UcfWfana!! Voted Hfugc( MutMtrt are now II( the ( Magnificent pink fhtttllngoes'
damage of SI I,MO the board as- "no" on a resolution to assess Florida Exhibit in the New York strut and preen. Built-in aVlarie':1: Marine Private First Class Theo- i ,
tesscd against t the John L. Taylor damages aginnst Taylor. Board World Fair dutplay spectacular/ egret dore Pmkston Ir, son of Mr. and tl+I '
Construction Company of Stuart Chairman Henry Kindred! and! Rosy Wit hum, curator bf tbrtl 'sat .nfhk>> -plumed roseate spoonb II*. I Mrs Theodore Pmkstftn $r? M
will he filed by Attorney Elton members, Mrs T. R. Chambers the museum received a request There is a covey of quail in a Huh SoUnd, participated' in art
Schwarz in the near future. and Henry Ciunii, voted! "yes." for Ihe sea turtle1 ffBlii Robert natural' setting !e'xtenMvtf!! see assault t txdrcisl! call'
The hoard at its lust meeting Schwarz aid Taylor I is not suing Ingle, Florida s Director! M re' the tdmmf4, talking!: Mynah bitt!, ed OUick "tlclr V', AftiM\ 1 I1,
Jet t SI I,MO liquid lled damages for a breach of contract or to search for the Conservation DCpurlnicnl "Sweetie "Pie;' which j is a fixture with Second.l Battalion, Sixth Reg as
aga:nst t Taylor for a thirty-onc-day recover money. He 'said! he was at Tallahassee at the Florida! Showcase in Kockc iment, Second Marine Division on ,
over-run of Taylors contract to Ruing to prevent the penally the 'I I he sea turtles were shipped! feller Center throughout the year, the shores of Onslow Beach Camp + k ?
complete the science wing at Car school board led to assess Tay from West Palm Beach by air express i is also on hand to discuss items I cjcunc. N. C.
vcr Gardens School. lor tin Tuesday to Idlewild Air of interest with a 'iCn-bY, arid The exercise, cdnduetcd.l annually -
The hoard has been withholding I SChwarz Hid rtprtrfrtl/ aUh-don! port, whence1 they were taken td noted atlaldrs an! huntcts front by major' elements' the Allantlc '
about SI8,()KM()() which Taylor tractors have been paid by the salt wiite'C aquariums at the florid Florida( Will hold froht stage center Fleet li designed to test the!
says is owed him until the houyd. bonding cnrniiriy| hut rtmcd that i exhibit! at Various time fhrbughdtit t the I sea: a\\null enhabiiTtiM bf the! At I. .
yet liquidated damages, two would he interested, though There they joined colorful summer, meeting the public and luntic Fleet Marine Force basedat I 3 N'r'
At the last t meeting of t the silent, in the suit tropical fish in the suit water tanks. explaining their secrets in the 'amp JcjcuneAfiproKlmatcly, + i
school board!, Schwarz asked the Schwarz indicated the suit would Florida s famous big black bass great arts of hunting and fishing. oe g
board to waive the $1,550( damiges not he filed until the next meeting and trinity varieties of ranfi+h ate In the main hall at the Man I 100,000,000 persons : j
against Taylor) He said! hequestioned of the hoard on May.I. I 11 J. shown In fresh water. pools da exhibit a huge plastic map of A day receive food under the TODAY'S ,SFlF-SLFFk.IPNr! South; is highlighted; by the 'Dixie Products Spring Festival being
that the !school system The porpoise1 arena, of Course! Florida I J. on display Featured on I drtrlutidn phases! of Public' Law 480()
had been damaged! since the science The hulmg season begin dnf I N the big' Florida wildlife affray the map are1 such outdoor /attrac which authorizes( tile U, S Mirplit observed In 6.11' Wlhn-Dixie supermarkets. including a Kwik-Chek here. Southern produce, staples

wing Is complete_ and_still_ ing the first few diys in January. lion, with the tfa) ncd mammals lions ut parks, game pre-:. distribution program overseas, and menu ire included in the all-out promotion the most extensive of itt kind in Dixie history
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Food Promotion t Now Featuring




rhere'S. Florida's Products For Week



for Under proclamation of Governor of the world drangcs, more than produce, beef pork, poultry arid

bslil"le' Farris Bryant, April 27.May 2 9tt per tent: of the world orange dairy product than ever before
S is observed "Florida Prod and 80 cent of
being as concentrate per
110 .. .
UCH week!! to flccffm tM fact that tit1rltJ'l\!' rotdl processed citrus
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the states residents are enjoyingmore products.
nutritious and! varied meals Florida! is first t in the winter
:dill af lower! cost than ever before production of snap titans, Ionia- Home Loan Talksby
: N t. : : For the fourth straight year, the toes: cabbage sweet torn; SuCum'
"'D xie Products Spring Festival" bens, egg plant, green peppers, rod
is being marked by abundant displays i shcs, watermelons, and second in don herald
w'' '" of home-grown products at celery produced for the fresh Market '
wlnn.Dixie supermarkets, '
In his proclamation, Governor "Our dairymen averaged a higher -
Bryant saidFlorida : milk production tier cow than I 600d mornit1g
SENIORITY agriculture and Flori the producers of the other thir ,
da produce are making a vast con teen Southern states Our..many
trihution to the states economicwell other agricultural industries',pro Mss. Jones
being, /and Americans are duced quality agricultural, products
enjoying more nutritious and more for shipment throughout all
,a x fl varied meals at a lower real cost corners of America and to\for t i
a" + relative to wages than ever before eign countries ," ,
"Florida I is one of the worlds Most of I the other Southern ,
most productive agricultural) areas, governors have issued sintilar
'" rye' growing almost t every crop knownto proclamations,
tr ''tt : man and yielding great Varieties The 'Dixie Products Spring I
1 ht tie EXPERIENCE of vegetables' many types of f citrus, -eslival Is helping emphasi/e; ,.the'act
tropical, fruits and berriesIts that Floridians art eating more r
citrus production leads the
,+ world, producing 70 per cent of ... .
THE DORIAN eowL $59$ :17
y} ,4 :4rlyvt the world grapefruit, 20 per cent 'kR I :
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Coast Guard Man < .. The pleasantestoutfit


Critically Hurt ,,.,.. almost
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KNOWLEDGE

Saturday Noon.Joseph .. anywhere
t + a il alr'

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<< J. Simonet, twcntyone, First Federal Savings of Vero
attached to the U S Coast Guard Beach Uoesn want to be the biggest
eta
\1 I Loran station at Jonathan Dcknson Y
Park, was critically injured : financial institution In South
when struck by a pick-up truck on Florida It just wants you to feelit
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U S I around noon Saturday il the nice t place anywhere to
?, .tlf de ANDACCOMPLISHMENT Simonet was riding a motorcycle -
when hit by the truck about THE PRIMROSE &ISNFT, $ $ keep savings or get a home loan,
Ohe mile boob of the south Martin ,
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You don't get lost t in the shuffle
County lirte
N Thrown ninety.four feet by the at First Federal. You don| h!.

Impact, he<* VIM rushed by ambu rY f come merely a nutnbcr among
lance to St Mary Hospital, West
thousands of other I
customer
., ", : Palm Beach, where he underwent *
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./ emergency surgery, his right leg 1 members First Federal customers
being! amputated six inches below / s are people
I he knee, Lr YY
th! driver of the 'truck, Nelson t tTrY'rrrrr s Every time you come in, they
1. Kassay. I.iiki Park, was ch irged i take tIme (id give you warm cat;-
with failure to yield the ricjit-of( 1 'T+I ii
: ful !service, They do not rush you
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wayVUMORF r ;
eytrss or push you At First Federal, pddple -

BROWN IS ,, come first, last and always,

/( "I have many things I want to finish that will benefit I Martin County. The first is protection F..SU.Valmore GRADUA1I Brown, son; of Mr and YMIUM There Is free fldrkihg at a neif-

Mn B. D. Brown of Stuart, grad by lot, or if you +want to save by

: t of the county against any big county scheme that would deprive Martin County of tinted da State with University a B.A. degree Tallahassee at Flor, PITCHER $795 envelopes.mail First Federal gives you free

Saturday, I 18 He ,e

I road funds. Another is f full planning f for the growth of our area. on English in government, His parents April and attended mmored majored !the in- I If you believe saving should tic

happy, save at First Icdcraltwrlnn ,
Irlo Bronson graduation ceremonies: :- __ ___ '
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KEEP MARTIN 1 COUNTY GROWING ', v wl. ,,,, +', ( 1964))


I WANTA


WITH PROVEN LEADERSHIP x Ai d I r'j I MORTGAGE COMFORTABLE


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A Jut w l mr T> yew le..,
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NEW GIFTSOF I .
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f'1.\ j. torn nbLPhtrlfet

RE-ELECT AND "DO I REALLY LOVELYLENOX I Vtro Beach: 562.M7i

LOOK LIKE ', -

IRLO GARY GRANT?" I from the pages of your !FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS
j KEEP fdvorit! fashion magazines!
iWt Id th! shy one \that But
I You saw Hum in Vojue Hirperi & LOANASSOCIATION
looks tfone I is not e ough. ,

( ,, Irlo Bronson Is A An good educational policy all paid I I i And Bazaar now, Mademoiselle wi in plttstd, Glamour.to show OF

: Martlrt County up at eighteen plus those good you these new des Ranch OwrterAndTfltpajer. kxrtj Ur4.! art Uhbea'tablt! combination collection fl nox Gifts ttothir*
A and tveryoiw you know-knows J4tl Ave Dial 56M3tJVrro
: pay-a -you-go plan
LenOx,the finest nifflf In china, Beach, Florida
makes it easy Slop in or call us ,
He Is Acquainted I Why not coma In and sea this Free Parking oa I5th Ayen.1
for information new Linox Gifts,today
With l Martin HOURS 9 to 3 daily, cicept tttdcMby .-

e a County Problems bt'Qutilllllift. 9 to 12. Opc 5 to 7 Friday
YOUR R. JOHNSON of bf a uti fat Lenox China evening Closed An Day

I. Saturday.OKtotMn .
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i Polltiiil Advertisement) DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5TH tat Insnnoct
2 (paid
Af tOJ6 216 .osctoU AVtNlJfi(
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.1 i substitute tar th.,11clll'p,"!!". I I ,,#Ihllncl I, 1 n \I'III.HI' "I 1964,,-7ISI .-)
Lsiiillthe errant dog smells.
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and won't h .,
Tips danger I endanger i s -
on Watering a feet or your prized plants. there- !: .. I BAIMUUUIU.: : .

tore yew can't be accused! of being .' SUM I Kogn. M'.,l1Ian apprentice -
., .., I LSN" son of Mi and MM
cruel to dumb animals. ""' ''''
Hedge and Keeping Rooted azaea limbs are like! ,,"\"'' ',. ,s'k L. E. Rogers of Stuart, recently

most young brides!-they do best r \ : ,'. .. ,t'1' -A. ) 1t'"] f t'ij .J I rinorlfl for duty at the Naval|

when separated from their mo biers I summa i \ (cntir. Bamnridge Md.

Fido Off Flowers apron strings Therefore ,inspect ". I th'Cu'1111'1'I schools' command
your azaleas. is i the .ar i ot the "'a\vPo<''u\\,
If you discover a rooted limb ( I"'rk) K 1''I11:1n.,!' : V,oniun and!
cut it loose from the mother plant I I'i'' (I'nunl" ,, .I 1 Uchnii,in Schools
By IIERVEY SHARPE the moisture meet" every weekor Like humans, you've got to coddlethe Ii ," ,il". ihr I> ,>nlv .recant, training
Watering a hedge is like spanking ten days. then soak the roots new plant This mean. checking : rnari i I Ia, \\ VVfSsSH'IIC .
with water from the hose Soak to see that the newly dependent -
a child-you've got to do a the soil to a depth of five to six plant is furnished with plenty -
good job to he effective inches of food and water TANKS
leasing! a dry drooping! hedge It is exasperating to find that a I \\ hen the new plant is doing'
with a dust settling dole of water night prowling pooch has gamboled well give it a new home As you <(< I II S k\i 0 & IMPAIRED:

Is not preventing trouble hut is up and down the full length of a know it is hard to keep two housewives DRAM' I' .II.,'IDS RFP AIRED
merely postponing it. newly planted flower bed. Since or two plants happy in the
It .11 agreed that miserly appli it appears (hut the exhilarating feel same home. \N) RP.I .\H>
cation will keep the water hill low of soft earth attracts the mutts. Now is the time to get! readyto
and the hedge leaves as andas have defend softwood ,,
green you to newly dug propagate cuttings
crisp as the dollar bill you !wve flower beds with something not You will have best luck with cut Ray ( :onkc's Septic

But stingy! watering during i so soft ting between now and the first T"k I ,, Service
drought brings roots within the After transplanting those dime 01 June
top inch of the soil You should have ho PIIOM': XI 7-0651
apiece plants try protecting them a cutting f rd.e4b; ,;' ;: :
Later plants may succumb-m- with length of thorny rose clippings which can he any container'prefcntbly w Fr OR M I' 70S62!
directly perhaps. because of shallow Prunmgs from climbing a box-fixed to give food
roots. rose arc ideal. Place the stickers drainage Scale the box to fill sour' r
So, often you'll pay triple the I I every few inches where the prowl. needs. but be sure that it is not I
cost of water you should have used ing animal i is likely to invade the too deep. Six inches is plenty deep Salon
in replacing stunted or dead plann.1 I plant bed, then at intervals of a When planning the cutting med.
If rain .is inadequate to__ foot or so on the rest of the bed HUH. remember to get some gravelto INDIAN: : RIVER tumor Collegetennis courts are opened! following and Dave Wc'I'n Stuart "lixshmun The y pimni ih nurn ?I,'"ro ,
use in the bottom of the cutting the ,er,',non. nt 90: .m on April 2* Martin County vented mother milestone in four counn ''I'CI.III''II ,Ins, i", n'l

-A TREAT FOR MOTHER- box The gravel will in'urr' Commission I mk Waiha .mil. IRJ( President Or Maxwell I I'nal tieililies on the 1 IRK campus \.11111 I Ull ..nh I ,ah. u. of ftr
adequate
Many media drainage can he used suchas C' King, volli a' n ,1.lllhle'I'lIh M.ire. Roth, sophomore of Stuart, operiliM/ fill project, m early lebrinr

sand 50.:50' mixture of sand ,
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and peat vermiculite or similar
Bring Her to See The Redeemer materials. I $300,000 Claim BeautyPROFESSIONAL
ROSE Before putting the media in the Sails Kings Spanish Mackerel j
GARDEN DISPLAY
box he sure that it Is sterile Stcr ,
Redeemer Lutheran Church .dire the medium in the oven by Against Estate
heating at aboutM O) degrees! i I. I
East Ocen Boulevard one-half hour to one hou. Are Inlet BEAUTY CAREIKi.INI
Newly I yurcneu. ; | on i By DunscombesSuits Being Caught Off j

miculit should be ..t.ll Ik u..u U/,iheuling

Gorgeous Roses in FuJI.Bloom AMass 10.I process ie .s ..c-u.i suit:jn, "11'1I'J crHu r for $2<0000) ( and $50,000 Stuart Sailfish Club has Issued chester. Miss? HIX-foot sailfish. munito River (drovi si'v n-t"ot.1

it should he ;k"lIi'\" have been filed m Martin Circuit citilions and buttons to the following while fishing ahouril the "dun- Iwo-ini-h siitllish. whili I l fishing Ily
of Intriguing Color I -- --- .- --- Coutr by attornes (irroll Duns fishermen through the net II:' with Captain A. A. \Vhiti- I ahoird the Minhoh III" with I, \' ; : \ MNNP.. Owner

Free Attraction Open to the Public 5naesi: .ey ldratIT6 : : combo: and his wife Janet C hamlicr of (ommcrce office. car CI I ) Holi S<.riinslii I r Opt'nlont
The suits are both against Bessie William H Reed, Orlimdo. MX- (nation* issued for sailfish and John:: W Mark, IHikimvilk: .I N HUM'IS RUml"nNI':111E

A LOT slEaI't F. Sayle as executrix. of the., foul'. eight-inch ,sailfish from the other varieties of fish went to John Y.; Iwrnty-oni and OIK-h ilf-pnual" : ('KISUtlLNow
SEE BEAUTIFUL ROSES ToPk'EVENT GIAATO estate. cf Harold C: Style, dcceas.cd "('urlllne." with I Caplim Ionic A. Annin. Chicago, III., ttvrn king!'sh: while:: f fishing;: uhoard theOmllis I -
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/ fixit two-inch mulfish: Joe Ku/- with ( upliun i I-rank
CONTROL AFIRE' I lunn; Walter f Robh Jr.. Man
In his $25000 ;;
suit Attorney ma, Orlando. Iwenly'eightpoundkingfish (''HongediShiltoii. Featurin
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Dun ombe claims that the de. .
+ ------- -- ; Raymond F f usher Orlimlo R Smoiiki Jr? Smoke
fendant found among!! the papersof Rise, Huller. N. J.. foot tall Pedicures '
Iwenly-\Cven-r"nd! kingfish !' six-
of the litigation that followed! he ,
Don't Forget Mother. Walter D. Sayle. u1$10.(XO)() note suffered injury to hit good I mime ; J"hlE.. Cawthorn Windir lih.hlle fishing uhoiird, thellowdic 'Relaxill.r Facials'
secured by a mortgage!! both of and reputation hud to employ attorneys mire, mven,foot. MX.inth Bullish' "' :' with (uplani Hill\ i I I { g
which were signed by the cl urn- '
while aboard I the (
fishing ur- Iturdgt
"defend false claims
..- and which his actual know to ; "
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,,: -- lost time from wok lost the use tune Wendy N. Adams Manchester wr ART NOW OPEN: .
had been and satisfiedby
I) ledge paid Morgan Harvey, \\iiuUrimrc, Miss. thirty.sivin mind ont hallpound !
and occupation of his home by MOMUY IliruSUL'RIUY,
the claimant and recordin
\"\ on said eviction suffered nix-pound Spanish muikerel: Paul king mackerel wink 'ash
\w. wrongful ;
the office ol the clerk of the
Wallace, Winter log uhoiird) the uinnrt\ II Mlh
ot jt t1 ," loss and damage to personal property Garden HIH-pound 104 O ('I'nl.A AT 7-0536
Circuit CourtDunscomhe 'I
Spanish mackerel: Anthony Cam ( upturn Ad Whiticur
also claims that the was obliged to pay various ..:..- ----..
: decedent bore ill will toward the ailing charges!! and was fined .
:> $1.000( and costs
"" claimers and and administrator brought a suit to astrustee Mrs Dunseombe In her $W(),-I AT YOUR CHEVROLET
\Om enforce IT'S TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME DEALER'Sn
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Fleas be extra ireful payment of the note 000) nut says I that I Ilirold (
this jearl Dunseonibc says (hut because: SaUe. acting is the administrator I
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/ I without any right caused the hher-I ..
: OtI Large Selection I ill of Martin County to trespass I ..
I and evict her from her home andas I r ..
I JYU. of a result she antlered great I :try
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mental! pain and f f ..
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Sne'ulso"pi ii'it.3 out numerous
f I GIFTS"CARDS. -.1, bills for dottors, hospitals and ,I rF ; ) rYta r
medicines'!, as an outgrowth of the
LENEL/tIkJIQ/ episode I ..
Mrs. Scale through her utlor.
f11 l and ney, C. Robert Burns of Palm / 111 e1 ,. :
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SPRAY COLOGNE SET SCTOOJ Heach i issued an objection U> the .,. '\ .,.
PLUS TAX claims I saying the estate i 1M n1 t -

Iridescent Spray Set in gift box Tote size for your purse Grand \i the indebted claim in' is any totally amount Invalid and and that r ,. I,, 'fl, '. ., .:

size for dressing t table and refilling of Tote Ideal for gift giving void .
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The Swinging Door Gift ShopCLOSED IVY SMYTH I For I Inmcs Under 1 1: -

WFD. AT NOON BEGINNING: MAY 6lh 333 E. OCEAN: BIVD MUARF. HA. AT .0171 $8,000 Valuation .lA #1\?/; rr
NEXT 10 POSE OFFICE JENSEN: BEACH: .
Some half-million Florida homeowners
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THIS IS THE BALLOT AS IT WILL APPEAR IN THOSE PRECINCTS IN I coverage in purchasing/ insurance fire for and their extended low I ,!I";: d,,,'" .. "t', s a / -

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MARTIN COUNTY WHICH WILL USE PAPER BALLOTS purchase plan approved such insurance by State under 1 reaatiter anew f.' e .' ',' "i/:.

we' t --r I J I and Insurance Commission. I, i
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"f' OFFICIAL PRIMARY BAUOTV4 Tallahassee "will finally give wcl I
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luxury Jet-etnooth Chevrolet,for example. This beauty rival just about any car in styling,
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of' the name of the r,person for whOM you dells to vote. .. "!f ; Chevelle. Late of room inside. -yet nicely sized for easy" handling :
I "He I Is well quaiietor/ I Now thrifty Chevy II bas hill-(lattening power Unique Corva'r
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STATE : many f riendi will wish him UADETTRIAVEL' And the exciting Corvette spcalui for ltnelf.!

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We Asked These Questions.


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Of the County Commission Candidates





so WE, AS WELL AS YOU, WOULD HAVE THESE ANSWERSWe


feel the questions are important and pertinent. The the
answers given by candidates are listed for your information, without comment.

Note: Republican Candidate Walter C. Owens of lobe Sound refused
to answer because he has no primary opposition. '

QUESTIONS '
CANDIDATES ANSWERS

DISTRICT, I
DISTRICT 3 DISTRICT 5
Christian Frank A. John H. Lewis n.
John F.
Timcr
Kalb 'Vo F. Un
10 If elected to the board of county commissioners, --'Vacha- l\facArthur Preston Saunderson Powers derhill, Jr.
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would you continue t?permit the Association to work
with you in connectIOn with budget matters as has YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
been done iri past years?


20 Would you work, if elected, to tighten enforcement

of the county's legally adopted building, electrical, YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
plumbing, zoning and other codes? .


\ 3. In the past, the Association has sponsored, and paid .
for, audits of various departments or activities of the

I I county government, and may again ask co.operation ,
01 the commission taking other similar actions.

I Would you favor either audits by special request of YES YES YES YES YES YES YES
the state auditor, or by an outsider auditor, paid for
by the Association Thcse would be made available .
to the press and public, and would be made with the
intent of informing the public about various activities
of the government.


4. If elected'what would he lour stand on use of county If private YES Consider NO YES
club no If YES Stop,? as soon
tax funds on such activities as: The Golf Course? for all, yes as It is self

Committee of loo) ? No-unless it produces YES NO N0. NO YES supporting NO


5. Would, lOU increase or decrease funds allocated to
Martin Memorial Ilospital I for county indigent

patients: Increase .f Depends on Needs Increase Increase Favors t Ihncrease-
' Increase 0'.. 111 reason number, of consideru. with only I 'f study is entitled to
I Decrease? patients hon provisos necessary fair corn.pensation.
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6. Would lOU seek Federal and State funds, actively,to .
help control thc erosion problem on our beaches?' ., YES YES NO YES' YES YES YES
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gift certificate from "His and lins hid liquor bottles filled with I THF STtRT' (Ilorldn) MEWS Thursday, April 30, 1964 1-E
Abbott Mrs. Bob Collins Are 'Girls of the Y car'I ..
Bunny_ < Hers." water (Oust to contuse. the issue) ------ - -- - -----

December also was blood bank for a treasure hunt. However Dick i
month with sandwiches donatedby and Dody Pryor won the prize a
Beta Sigma Phis Celebrate Founder's Day I Ladies Auxiliary of Martin real bottle. Efforts were made to
Memorial and the Junior Wom crash the Epsilon Zeta party butit
en's Club.In I was! never found I
U Beta husbands January, Epsilon Zeta Chapter On tho first of December dollars -
ws' w tMtaatr : ,aa* .A p aMMaa alas. i Sigma Phis', their II
and guests gathered at the Sunrise was Show represented by the at lovely the annual singing cards were sent collected to Challahoochce and Christmas: for II I

Inn Saturdiv night for the ninth Variety talent of Mrs. Bob\ Crowder their Christmas party. A few evenings
SOCIAL I NEWS annual Founder Day banquet of In February\ the annual Beta Sigma during the first (purl of December .
I
1 tfsilon:: Zeta and! Xi Gamma Phi Phi Charity Bull was held ul were spent with Epsilon
chapters.Mrs. the Sunrise Inn amid a French Zeta working on the float, and
B J Abbott! banquet I Xi Gamma Phi joined Epsilon
theme of bird French poodles -
I Office: AT 7.1530 MISS MARY LINDSAY Society Editor chairman gave,, the traditional sorority and hearts.cages Mrs Dick Gran-:. Zeta at the Christmas party a t
grace Mrs Keith's. February was a busy
tux was sa a Inlt field was crowned the 1 1964 Queen
Mrs, C Joe Finley Jr was of and time. The chapter sponsored! ChelaJdcoho
A lovely evening: music o.. ...c.-'i m..d
Pad ar airy i a
toahtmitrehand gave' a brief history dancing, by George Salecby and who performed her famous
of the thirt-three-year-old organization his orchestra was enjoyed. A buffet 'Fire Dance" at the Variety
I breakfast followed Credit goesto Show!
special welcome was extended Chairman Mrs Bryan Feather- The biggest event of the year Free
to the new members, Mrs. David stone and co-chairman, Mrs. Bob was the Valentine Charity Ball uncd StorageIn
( Bui key. Mrs \'reJ I Burkcy, Mrs Collins. The proceeds from the the ihairmcnship of Mrs. Bryan
Roy Fn\clu. Mrs. AI Hendry and ball wilt provide a $1.000()( ) !scholarship : Fvathcrstone and Mrs Bob
*tr Mrs DIIIIIK Slcmle, and to Mrs for a deserving! student of f ('011 in'!. Mrs Collins crowned mothproof hagsitli! our regular
C harles !Shad!. a transferee from Martin County High School psilon Zeta Mrs, Granficld as dry cleaning serviceWe
Tampa In March the pledges! of Epsilon the new Queen of the Ball at the
Mr and Mrs Robert F. Me- Zeta proved their ability by passing Sunrise Inn The bund was great and now protect your garments ogams:;
Roberts Sr wire present! Mrs their Ritual of Jewels test with so was Dr. Pentck in his 'Beetle'
Mi Roberts has served three years March also hairdo.In .
lung( colon was another
r aSl>llalpOIl'or to Epsilon Zeta blood bank month. Donor March clothing food and MOTHSMILDEW
Chanter were served sandwiches and coffee furniture were donated to a burned
Mrs Dick Pruv. a member of Xi by members of !both chapters, -mit family April brought about"
Gamma Phi Chapter. has assisted who nnsellishly donated their time, thoughts! of the new members the & ODORS
Epsilon Chapter for the past two and Xi Gamma Phi donated sandwiches chapter might get from Epsilon
years> as member advisor Mrs. ?eta. A luncheon was held at the At No Extra Cost
George Keith is an honorary memo In April, a hootenanny party wa home of Mrs Joe Flnley. Special
ber of X, Ciamnu Phi Chapter. held at the home of Mr and Mrs guests were Mrs t .Ronald Homes, DMII ItRIIIrK AOlll'Y.l'hIAN
Mrs, Keith t has given' a helping Dick Grandtield. In the midst of( Mrs Joe Henderson, Mrs Ed Hall : : (1.0Illl51ASI: ONCER!
hand with many activities: of these the party tho power went off Mrs Dick Grunfield, and Mrs!
chapters since their organization throughout the city, adding the Barbara Grossn lkle: Next came COMET CLEANERS
Mrs, Millie Jose although not excitement of candlelight to the the installation of new officersat
r1 present was given special, recog scene. A buffet supper was tars the home of Mrs. Bill Waxier: KWIK CIIEK SHOPPING CENTER
nition Millie is an honorary member ed at II p.m.InIIIIIJtiun President Mrs Joe .nicy, vice
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of both chapters of officers and the president Mrs. Lester Combs; SlUARf
I t Mrs. Dale Hudson presented the Ritual of Jewels, held at the homeof secretary, Mrs. Paul Hcnnmgs.:
following awards for the Epsilon Mrs. Bryan FellthcrtoneVOl treasurer Mrs. Don Bowdcr and --'-
Zeta Chapter: Perfect attendance/ also an April event Accepting office corresponding; secretary: Ill ra.
l i Mrs B. J. Abbott! Mrs John Wolf were: President, Mrs. II J. Gullmun Stuckey, and City Council
Mrs Ed Hall and Mrs Dick Gran- Abbot; vice president Mrs. Ron- representatives, Mrs. Bill Wax l fiff;?
field, who has missed only one ny Nelson; recording secretary, ier and Mrs Toni Henry, '' A Mother'sUs.
GIRL AM PU.JGE OK HIE YEAR of Epsilon Zeta Chapter Mrs B I Abbott center, and meeting in the four years she has Mrs. Clark Gibson; treasurer Mrs. It was agreed at this Installation \, 'L'e;.,
.,,1 Mrs. Roy Friscia, left, receive their awards from Mrs Dale Hudson at Founder Day Banquet been a member John Wolf Jr.: corresponding secretary to make Knight Waxier, the Wal
,I Mrs Ed hilt president of that Mrs Dale Hudson, CityCouncil lers' Doberman an ornery member Day
chapter for I9M.61, was awarded representatives; Mrs Walter He barked/ throughout the .,
I the past presidents uJ. Robinson and Mrs. Dennis Ri- installation
I r Mrs. Roy I Fascia was named naldi Following the highlights i tf the Suggestionfor
Pledge of the Year !She was chairman Again Mrs. Robert F Me Roberts punt year for the chapters Carl 7
of the Greco's orchestra furnished dinner
publieilv committee and Sr. graciously accepted u sponsorship
not only did an excellent |job on of Epsilon Zeta Chapterand music und later dance music until
.' that committee but helped with Mrs. Dick Pryor again agreedto 11 pm
: ; every other activity of the chapter I be member advisor. 1 he Ritual Chicks &
# n'q serving also on the coronation of Jewels degree was accepted by Tabebuia; Croup t )
.... ... committee for the Valentine Ball the following pledges: Mrs. Roy Meets May 6th llJ c\s} Roosters
Mrs Dick dranficld was award Friscla Mrs. Dave Burkcy. Mrs. ,_
ed the "Valentine Heart," as Valentino Fred Burkcy. Mrs Dunne Stcmle, The Tabebuia Group ol the
Queen of 196364. Mrs! AI Hendry, and Mrs. C buck I ISchud. Garden Club of Stuart will meet
Mrs. B. J. Abbott was named a transferee from Tampa 'Wednesday May 6, at 9:30: am.
.. 'Girl of the Year" of Epsilon Zeta Nu Phi Mu. lit the home of Mrs. Richard Hup-' A I Gift; Certificate For
Chapter I She served as vice The events of the past year have fel. Snug Harbor! All attending
president, had charge of training proved the Beta Sigma Phis' industrious are asked to bring a plant for an THIS MOT!liEU HEN;
J the new pledges. planned the pre efforts towards the betterment exchange.
ferential tea and rush party con of their fellow men and Hostesses will be: Mrs Clifton
I ducted two rituals during the themselves in tradition with motto Perry and Mrs. Ross Whhum.VALENTINE'S On May 10th
i\ year, and helped on every other of Beta Sigma Phi Vita, SU- ;
it activity of the chapter entice Amicitia (life learning,
1t Mrs, Usicr M Combs made .
friendship)
t .i n o the presentation of awards for tho Mrs. Harris Wall gave the highlights Our Hours Arc 9 aIn to 6 /fJ.> "//.
'Xi tiammu Phi Chapter Perfect of the XI Gamma Phi Chap BOOK & RECORD:: SHOP/
attendance awards were receivedby ter, XI Gamma Phi started off 329 Fast Ocean Blvd
i Mite Quirks Slocum and Mrs. with/ a splash, too, at the homeof CLOSIJ1 ALL DAY Tequcsta Dr., Tcqucsta, Fla.
loin Henry. Mrs. Slocum was also Mr, and Mrs. Lou Collins. 1 1 hey WEDNESDAYSIteglaaing:
t SPECIAL GUESTS at Beta Sigma Phi's Founder*! Day banquet on Saturday receive corsages! front awarded the past president's guard did not hive I chef, but they did 61b 746-3433 and Dick Russell))
Mrs. C Joe Finley, president of Xi Gamma Phi chapter They are, left to right, Mrs George Keith, as president of Xi Gamma Phi have Dan Fagan in a Bikini. In May Mary
For
the Summer
honorary member of XI Gamma Phi; Mrs. Robert F. McRobcrts Sr., sponsor and Mrs. Richard for 1963.64.Mrs) October there was a Halloween
E. Pryor member advisor, of Epsilon Zeta Chapter. Joe Henderson was awarded party_at__the- Sand Piper Mrs! _Col,=-_ I
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a president s guard serving
as president of City Council for

Mrs Fellowship Day Friday May tending asked to their 196364.
Bost Talks on are bring
Mrs Bob' Collins was named
To Church Women I I. with a covered dish luncheonat own table service. Girl of the Year of Xi Gamma Phi
I I "Jamaica Advepture" to the title
12:30: p.m. at the Hobe Sound of the tulle to be given by Mrs Chapter She was a charter mem DEAN TOOKERFOR

Martin The United County Church will observe Women May of Presbyterian Church. Those at George Boat, guest t speaker. and ber of served the Epsilon as vice president Zeta Chapter during -,

lit first year 1956. She servedas
president the following year,
and has since been active in other
phases of the sorority. She wenton FULLTIMECOUNTY
to the Exemplar Chapter in
1962 and became Xi Gamma Phi's
first Valentine Queen i in 1962/ ;' JUDGE
This year she has been cochairman
of the Valentine Ball and
has worked closely: with the Hehoiarslup : -

committee Mrs Collins
; 4 *" gives time, Interest, enthusiasm and -.i r
I vigor undertakes to any project which she

This Was the Year That Washes "
the title given the highlightsof
the chapters Mrs. Ronald Mores -
gave the highlights of Epsilon
Zeta.
y In August their year started
with a splash, a splash party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs Dale Hudson
LWZZp : [T Mrs. Mike Greene was chef
( for the occasion.: In September at
p the home of Dr. and Mrs. Dennis
''DEPOSITORY Rmaldi a rush party was held.
In October, Mrs. John Wolf
volunteered the home of her mother -
Mrs Otto Voss for the Hallo
ween party. Among the costumed
t guests were Cleopatra/ and her BRUCE, 1IV10IIIY AND CIARGE'IOOKER:

>?bi-; If the days aren't long enough a Fnscia Marc! Anthony Mrs. Abbott Mr. and also! Mrs plannedher Roy

preferential tea in October.It .
was at the home of Mr and
you can make deposits Mrs. Dale Hudson, a hat and glove
affair On Nov. 7, at the home of

t + "after hours" five Dr. pledge and Mrs., were James entertained Groswickle Also Many persons have inquired of my thoughts on juvenile

;.\* ,* m November workers met at the firm but fair in handling juveniles.
I be t
intend(to
in the middle of the night. city barn to work on the float which matters.
was entitled "The Greatest Gift of
All" The theme was originated

by Frank Mrs.Torow.Dick were who Granfield made also by arrangedto and Mrs.arrangements Let me assure you however, that I want the same thingsfor

IRIVE WINDOWS have coffee and pie served late
in the evening. The float won sec your children that I want for mine.
OFFER
EXTRA BANKING HOURS TOO. ond prize in the Christmas Parade -

MONDAYS thru THURSDAYS 7:30 A.M. to 6.00 P.M, "Peace and Good Will," personified -
by Mrs. AI Hendry and
FRIDAYS 7.30: A.M. to 7:30: P.M. Mrs. Roy Frucia, rode on the
J SATURDAYS 7.30: A.M. to 12 NOON float

In December toothpaste tobacco
powder and other gifts were
gayly wrapped for Christmas and VOTE FOR AND SUPPORTProven
shipped to Cbattahoochee.: Mrs. A MAN OF
BANK
yy' OPSTUART Keith entered the Christmas spiritby
entertaining the combined membership
1I q' .. for the annual Christmas
"party From I reluctant Santa DEAN TOOKERPUBLIC
Claus. Walter Robinson all received -
token giftSv The social! com
mittees of Epsilon\ Zeta and XI
l lI li li Gamma Phi served punch and a
I buffet dinner. SERVICE COUNTY JUDGEfrs. -
The ways and means projectfor
the year wu a "His and Her
fli. (tr Rflll: &nlt rrl 321 E'AST OCEA N BOULEVA'R'Q' raffle. Bunny Abbott took home
i a case of medicinal alcohol and trill t.11I1Mt aa.M1.-.tl)
i Kathy Henderson took born a


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TO BE DONE FOR MARTIN COUNTY BY YOUR



Reprinted From The COUNTY COMMISSIONERSFifteen

Stuart. News, Thursday, Afay, $, 1960'

major accomplishments of, t the Bpard of Pp\mty Corri.miswers front January 1,
1961 to August! I 31, 19(<)tt -
qJ11e l @>#tuart WritsTIURSDAy

1. Securing from the Flood Control District funds\ to construct ;\YP-.tyfle| bridge
MAY 5, 1960 over: C-23 canal Instead,, of the one lane f fac hty planned; \\t'l\1 the; pnpj Board2. ; "

Published ThundSy III I Ocean BouWvard,' ":"> :&:. n.:
every East 'I. funds in the Stae Rpad Department's budget for the virg
Stuart, Martin Securing cujrept t { pa 9J f
Entered u cond.class mail matter at post office. at Stuart, florida" .. Martin: Highway, (((SIt'714)), an accomplishment\! requested: t b.y each\ prior> board for >rngre 'than
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.W MEMBER OF: 1
twenty years.: ;
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION

NATIONAL AUDIT, BUREAU EDITORIAL OF CIRCULTIONSPORDON ASSOCIATION 3. The widening of AlA from Hobe Sound through. Port Salerno, gOEI te|}, r s\irr\\

LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F.. LypNS,' Editor.; ,facing of this road.
**** *\ LARON H. CAIN, Advertising MAnagtf "" '"
4. The of f the (- forfae\ fppr.lmw of U. S. 1,
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES! : In Martin County. Florida, $4.50 per yeah IWd,tan' securing right.of: tvay .l JP p. H1h\ accomplishment -
$". o. "(Subs ril en living"fart" 'of the year'In'Martin Cbtinty'may pay it'thesi rate, ) of having the entire project now under eptjtract for eonstruetlpn? '
Any\ her< else! In U.S.A., $5.00 per year'two Vim $9.$0.,' "
SU month $2.75.; three 1nohtbs $1.75; 5. The of the for of the
Foreign and Canadian rates on securing righ.t-of-.vYay: {tits construction t Prqttr\yhijtney. pad,
application p.he beginning of construction flf f t this. r{>ad. '
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0. The reconstruction of the Jensen Beach Bridge,with the. funds for, and the plans

Let's Get Rolling on for'.' the" center,.. .. span, now available.

7. The removal of the tolls {from the Martin County Bridge system.

Projects to Aid AreaWe 8.: Securing of funds in the cu.rnp.Stat Road" Department; budget M" t.for the"." constructtion
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of a l hjgh. level bridge at Indiantoiv; ,

hope that those newly elected to guide revenue,certificates w general 1 OhUpti L That
9. of funds in the State Road of the
Securing Department\ \budget widening
ui last Tuesday will shove asidtf' has been done on numerous other projects: In current\ ; : '
and'frictions of the-eampaign and personalities get t to work Florida, where the toll project was part of the and resurfacing East Ocean Blv l. from the school to the east city limits! The survey.. f for t tiffs
to help Martin County grow. primary road system, such: as the Overseas'' work is now being done and contracts are to be l let in July.
Highway in the Keys If Martin and St. Lucie
This'community Is crying out for aggressive, County'will Join to get the AlA ocean boule.
intftUigent, forceful: leadership. Never was there vard built from Fort Pierce to the Martingreater 10. The Board has done a great deal; of work on parks and recreational? f faciljti and
opportunity to meet challenges and County' line we can'legitimately' request that we now have a park system of''which we can be truly proud. '
joFW\' problem's that win give the green: light to the itate take over the bridge'y't m'IS part
progress. of a primary road project serving only
Chief on the list I is, solution of the U.S. 1 Martin County but all of Florida.not Even in ad- 11. The Board has taken great strides in the fields. of planning, and zoning, {to i insure,..
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four-laning problem. A fiscal agent should be vance of that we should request elimination the proper growth and development of Martin County "
appointed immediately by the county commission of the tolls because' gai'lix'collectionr accred:
to make available the $550,000 In credlied'to'the bridge bonds are:sitftcicnt lo"re,
'i itI cut future gasoline tine.'so that ii'much tire them without the tolls. 12. The Board has attempted to interest industry: to insure sound economic? i develop.mcnt .
\ right-of-way as possible can be bought and Again we emphasize. that this is one of the of Martin County.
,. paid for now. If we move swiftly on this, we most( important matters affecting our future. 11 .. *<** ...*...
r can"get the Collins administration to IOU-lane If we can get the state to take over the$2,750- 13.i with St. Lucie County for the construction of A1A the
Cooperation
whatever area of the road avail. 000 In revenue certificates which are backed by dpwn oceanfront
I t able: The honey has been appropriated and is dui gas tax'credits, we'will actually\ free'twice to connect with our road, and also the construction of the Allapatha road in the western
in the Hate budget that amount'of money for vital load projects. part of the County. The funds for the first phase of the AlA construction arc r ,in the currentState
Common sense dictates that the
countycommission
Removing the bridges debt could be!fie
I' should approve and seek'state aid key to paving Martlrt Highway, which: Das W- Road Department budget.
on the shortest, straightest, least expensive thered on the vine for more than twenty-five
route, to the Pratt &'Whitney and Aplx plants. years. It could mean that we would.be in 14. The Board has maintained! the same County mijlage (tax; rate; ) throughout this
If(he purpose! of the road is i to provide a short, position Imnre 'tately! to furnish the U.S. 1 services. In fact of better of affairs
easy way to reach the coast, then the shorter right-of-way, build the short-route' Pratt A perlOdylth Ut: decreasing because management i County ,
t it can be made (he more apt it is to serve its Whitney access road, pave the ratty and worn- \\he, Board; has been able to serve a growing t ,':without a tax increase, and has served.
purpose. Also, if the state must supply the out stretch of 1 from north!'of '
: AlA ; Saterno (\q them etter.
j, hirids for It, 9
the least It
I expensive can be made Hobe Sound and meet any other pressing road
I the better our chances: will be to get it, needs.
W.'hope that everyone now will join in Now is the time for team word to accomplish 15. Property adjoining court house purchased and cleared for present landscapingand
; the vital task'of knocking the tolls off the these' objectives. Working together, we parking and for future growth of court house and jail facil.H!
I bridges and getting the state to take over the can solve the, problems and forge tbead.t .


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This! ad, sponsored by the f following civic minded people,of Martin\County who applaud the progress made by the co unty commissioners i \ during the last 3

years and, endorse, their program for the future of Martin County!


R. y. Johnson. }jMary Hartman-, k Marilyn Nervell C.E.FalIJr.

Mary C. Johnson' ; Robert: ,Greene Mr. and Mrs. Chase r", \ q rtYJ1
H. Bruner: Robert: K:> auss Dave Rosser .. Jack Scranton

James Z. Burgess Ie tr ryMCra'te : Alan B. Wilson Chester M. Homan

;',, Bonnie'. Burgess ;A. Q.;r'1i1A.NNNN.Pittman, M r.- f Maxine Bessemer Robert Smith

George ApqstqopoulpsDon | Rebecca Pittman Maxine Dobbins, Vince Bocchino

.., WardCharles Ray Cooke Ransom Tilton Dr. Richard Q. Penick
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Eitzen Radio Belle Krueger i Don P m r'G r.. f BarkerBuddy

:Foul! Bryant Ivy Murton # Gene Kasper Shy ipes

Roscoe. <E Frank Williams

j D: Williams J. a. Williams' ,I DeWjtt\ Bill Yurillo

j Fred Stafford Harry Hoke I Ed Schmidt Wes Arrance

James Brock j,:: Wilda
Dailey
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Rodger Newell Robert<< Haire

Larry Timon 'If. Mary tlltpn Lou Papsjdero! Bill Kepney

d Sara Timon Osa Campbell Walter Banff Phil Baker.
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t Kathleen. Hartman. Helen Smith Cecil Drtmfp'rd Dave GaleRichard

l j :' Jack Hartman SaDA{ fih04e' JIr.. Paul Ness Campbejl. l

? \V. J. Song Elaine Rhodes :Arpl Fittpn Lefty Pas$ajnto

f James: Bank S helton. III Betty Baker&, Stu Gpngaware; V.V.WorthamGeoreSneil

:: Ralph Hartman Leonard L. Smith Walter Eichen
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Jury in Tire STUART (Vlnrkla) NEWS Thursday, April 30 J9MVI. -
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Special MeetThe RE-ELECT


Martin County Grand Jury
met for about two hours I I1sI t

Thursday night.AwiHant A
FRANK A.
Slate's Attorney Philip WACHA

G. Nourse reportedly/ presented a .

rape case to the jurors on a complaint .
hy i port Salerno womnn. I

The grand jury did not issue a u bai'
District 1 i
statement of its activities after it i

adjourned.MVRMN/ Cw s1 ; I Ir

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MKMORIVL ..w i ,:f tr ; COUNTYCOMMISSION 1
HOSPITAL Jarn"+ 1., ry t !
8Irth--Mr. and MM. Vernon e ,,, v rnJt
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Rainey. a duujhler/ April 22: MranJ M ,
Mrs. Y Tp14e 1
Charles Biehl. a daughter: ,
April 25; Mr. and Mrs. James
Clark, daughter. April 25; Mr. .:
and kin James Callahnn. a can; To enable him to continue: Iris co*

April 27. lir
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April I 21/-Admitted, Lucy Pi- i operation aortor
a//a. Maggie ,'hrisiqphcr. Vernon i c ,
Skclton Alfred Mornewcck. Ann ... q PKOGRBSS1VRACCOM
Marie Oclcn. Frances Unscll and
Stephen Huddle. discharged Wil a PLlSltofli I TS
liam Storey, Ahce Joke Viola ),

Randall Holland Evelyn Hilda) Campbell Powell and Alma Sue .' r,, I IN ALL MARTIN COUNTY

Talc. .
April 22-Admitted. Mrs. Vernon .; 'J. LEADERSHIP
Rainey and baby girl. Ray ,, r.,
Young George Parks William s .a: .. Frank A. Wecha ha* torn able In uflll/t ,rooprrpllv effort fof the County
Mulhcson and Anton Horvalh; s ,Irs ta Commission 'In Ift'l| Ihlnicx done, 'I. ho pust three jmrs have seen the" rbundbi of the
Clare
discharged.!>Skclton Eva Fkstrom William.and Vernon Frances + J Jensen Beach Bridge. ,..Pfenning of the high level bridge al' Indluntown paving Martin
Unscll. ) I se tiruile: four lunlng of U.S. I, rcsiirfialng of At 1" from Hob Sollnd ,10 Stuart, wUrn'.
April 23-Admitted, Rita Bichl : ,.L a + r kit and rcMirfaelng Fa...t ,Oi-nin Uiwlemrd. In Sluiirt. and cooperation with St. Luck. ..
John Seward Anita Stewart Kenneth jjiJB ,, r i County on the completion of A1A mi the ocean and Glad. ** .....oft.o.d..
Ault and Betty L. Hamilton;
discharged. Mrs. Jose Canalcs and CONSERVATION
baby boy Cortez Maxwell Myrtle .dm, ,rk,
Armil Rav Tucker Richmond 1 fa'?, r Frank A. Wacha has "wentd the rcm-ullimul Interest of Mixlln County fcy' .InkuUI-. .
leveta Wright and Ana Marl ak t t Ing sew ,boat rump *t Jensen BVavh and Ililup' Purk Improvement of Sandsprlt. ttk
Oden. ,vi encouraging Park. development mid working to get >tule approval of. the! tee of FVxlda"
April 24-Admitted, Dora Nelson Inland. ISavlgHtktn ktrM/ Lands fur rvcreallonul piirpnmeiiPLANNING !
Carrie Mills and Jeannette REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: attended a reception at the Charles R. Holley. candidate for governor; Mrs. Helene M. Morris
Odom; discharged Kenneth Ault community room of the First National Bank of Stuart on Satur candidate for national committeewoman; Robert A. Peterson
April 25-Admitted, Timothy day are shown with their hostesses Left to right are: Mrs. Hugh candidate for national committeeman; Mrs. William A. Oesner,
Thompson; Michael Campbell and L. Willoughby Jr., state committeewoman; Mrs. Gladys Alnic- president of the Republican Women's Club of Martin .County, and The recent I rtfundlnu of bond and 'lull nrinnvnl frrrd enmiftfi! fiiad- to flan Jot
Mrs. James Clark and baby girl; gorde. candidate for supervisor of registration in Martin County; Mrs Frances Salmon, candidate for national commilttewoman. the future growth of Murfln Cminly, and thai plunnliiK know under tay. Freak. aha
discharged Andrew Miller. Charles
aMktod I In the .overall rooing pluming for the fiilnrt of {11ur161'b', ,ja .,11 M
Claytor Hamilton Louis and Studzman.Stephen Huddle.Betty L. All Welcome, By Reservation, Says Spokesman ,the t..pl >ni'nl of a full lime Comity Fnglniwr' In tlmrge. of thai .buvJaft.. _

April 26-Admitted: Mary Ellison

Guy discharged, Kenneth P. Baird George Bailey and Fred Eloise Parks Gulclius Davey Mrs.;, Holley Predicts Republican Victory VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT

J.imes Clark and hahy girl, and

Anton April Horvath.27-Admitted, Lena Dorf- The election of "a conservative i i example of such government visor of registration and Ain Mr. and! Mrs. J, P.. Wilbur of m FRANK A. WACHAThe
Rowell. school hoard Port Salerno were made honorary(
Donna can
man Howard Parllow, Mary Per- Republican governor of Aarida"iil I Congressman William C. Cram life members of Martin County
ra, Elmer Padgett Mrs. James was predicted by Charles er of St. Petersburg flayed the didate. Club to mark their
Callahan and baby boy Irwin J E. Icy, gubernatorial i 1 candidate Democratic Administration i in -- .--- having Republican been the first .Republicans: Democratic Candidate With a Proven Record of Service
Paulson Dr. Abbott Morton John it Saturday's Republican i dinner in in
: Washington a speech support regitered in Martin County in
Corliss and discharged Trade-winds Restaurant. 'Bud's' Workers Martin County
at
Rudolph Bergh; meeting I of Senator Goldwater's candidature 1925.
William Matheson, Mn. Such a candidate will be elected, for the Presidency. 'He Plan Luncheon Mrs. William A. Oesner welcomed
Vernon Rainey and baby girl, Hollcy declared "so that Florida also! warned Republicans that they guests on behalf of Martin County Commissioner Districjt 1
Mrs. L. J. Young and baby boy, will\\ no longer be hog-tied by the must lend further support to party A luncheon will be held for the County Republican Women'Cluh,
Leona Chambers and Democratic that tprrdlunJ' "AlnettJian" l
Ray Young political clique candidates!, both financial/! and which sponsored the -banquet
Dickinson for Governor campaign
Minnie Pearl White. i s now in power." at the polls. .1 .
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Holley deplored the "personal Henry Gunn Jr., Martin Count workers at 201 West Ocean
BARBARA ANN LINDSAY IcaU and benefits" which be said, ) Republican Party executive committee Boulevard Saturday May 2, from
SECRETARIAL SERVICEftpMnf 'nearly 100 years of one-party chairman presided over 11:30: 4.m.-l:3: ( p.m. The public
Tyulna Mlm government have brought to this the dinner meeting introducing Is inviud. ,.. .
Ph lo CNMr- NoUryompl.n : itate." He quoted the State Road James H. Watson Sr.. candidatefor At the Democratic rally to beheld t J" I .. ',"
C S",nl.>rlil' Swvlc... Department'* "turnpike deal, which the State Senate from the at < r.m. 'S.tlurday, May 2.
FrM Pleku Doll. vU146SI addled the people with an additional Thirty-third District: Mrs. GladysAlmegord Evens ,Crary Jr.. will speak on ,
Lk ud
SH.OOOOOO< > debt," as an candidate, for super- behalf of Fred! (Bud) Dickinson.- I ELTON II. SCHVYARZ I ,".; .
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RE-ELECT RALPH WARD I Y': 1 TDll'Ph'. In.'H' ,/ '



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: r Dear FrUncU and VoUrtt '
RECONSTABLE j .. -I'. '

During the put Mveral 1 wash I h... boon ip ndlng U mueh of ,>my llm *t powIbU 10" ?

I Ward Ing from hoiu to POUM trying to t.t each of you p.nonaUy' and Ilk for your yoi.. If f 1 har! not

Ralph DISTRICT NO. 2 MAY 5th PRIMARY
f .> ,f mad it io your houi, platy .asap ibl* M a p raonal rqual for your ,j ot,. on May 4lh for.EJJon; .


il' + DIS-JurrZ$ Qualified by many years fn law enforcement, Scb-wari I

CO"STABLE Ralph Ward has shown great interest in honest, fair
and impartial Jaw enforcement during the past ten I MM the only candidate for County Judge who has not atkod for or acc.pl d 1I_IruacUl+ ton<

t I IN COUNTY 1 years while serving Martin County citizens as a irlbutlons '0 hU campaign fund from anyone, nor have I don any leqtl work for"ayon.,ln .J> .|U'

.1'r, Stuart city police officer, as a deputy sheriff, and for
; 'I 1 cat offtc or who U acllrtly luppsrtlnfli any local candidate for offlc for WhWb. | *|itociif*%)
the three and half their
past onc- years as constable.

tIC PRIMAR'V'1 I The growth and development of Martin} County has I r anycorgpanulloa whafaoora.

been during the .few and I
:/ great past years continues
.1/= .... w A. to move forward rapidly. With this increase in our There are many p opU throughout! Martin County who are urging their friend* /toh.lp tJ4! ct
I
r il9 i tt' population, it is now virtually an impossibility f for a ala.jkpow Jhal
: )Elton: Schwa to Jhf position fit County Judge. They are dolnq to only bcauM
? )1. .. candidate to see each of his friends personally and so
.j f \ 'I .1>t *? may I ask for your understanding! if I missed calling Elton Schwa know and undritand* the problema of the popl of Martin County and that. be

.' ts" ..TJAr.t.. UJ.. ,. on you during my campaign will deal wUh Jh*** prohletna fairly and Impartially without showing faTorliUm. to nyon*. Tky

know ihat 'Elton Schwa I U th* moat qualified candldat for County Ju g..
Since our county is growing by I leaps and bounds, I am sure that we all understand that

in need of all of the law enforcement that Ralph Ward has
we are good we can get servo My onlyyttrpoaa (ta aotklBg lctlon to the position of County Judea ".m) f>wn trapnaldealr

ed the people of this county very faithfully during recent years and has a great desire to 1rotlng
to urea th* peopl of! Martin County fairly honestly and Impartially. my loll
continue as your constable. My opponent says that if he is elected, he will sit on the job.
tlm, and jollity to ,fh* djitl** of thU pfflc. Elton Schwari will b* a lull Urn ,Cotully Jwd0 Th

My f friends, this is no time f for any of us to sit down; but it is the time ,;for# us all to stand; up taxpayari paying for a full Im. County Judge and they should b..* a full tlm.Coyjjty Ju !g*,

and work diligently for better government. Ralph Ward has never down on job. ., '' -... v\ "
fat any 1 will deeply and alncrly appreciate your rot on May 3ih. U 'you nd > raA B rtail cato

If do not know Ralph personally I urge to ask one in Martin County about
you you any the p I lk 'Jiut! call my bfflc. 40f-Z956. on election day .. 'IJ'f \$
Ralph's vigorous method of tackling any job that he sets out to do. "

| you ha.*ftot yet decided to Join the peopl of Martin County who .t* aupportlng JltoaSchwart
Ralph Ward is quick to stand up for the rights! of us all), and will, without hesitation, de .
> for County Judg*.j>l.a>* lUlen to W.S.T.U. at 8:35: P.M. on. Monday, .Mar 4th..p .
fend those rights with dignity and honor I believe that the voters of Martin County

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want this kind pf men in their pounty) government; so, may I please ask for your vote and v.. ia+. *onal regtrdj soil many thanka. I remain ''I r"

support to continue as your constable.

Very truly youn.


with honest ; and !;Iran 1J..S: b'rp/r.!/ x
/ promise to carry on fair impartial law enforcement ,
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", r' ;J..i.; .ELTON H.'SCHWABZGrand
Your Vote and Support will be greatly appreciated WIN WITH WARD, "/y.. y"I r"1' .

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II iii'E, / : nm STUART (nil.) 'E"'S Thunda,. April 30. 1'64I

II Broward! Pinkerton Detectives Are Probing Big Lake Women Christian Service

Methodist Group Had MeetThe


I Search Is Renewed for the Berlanti Airplane regular meeting of theWomen' I president's pin. Mn Guy Cromwell -

r Society of Christian Serv- received a special membership!

!!:I a ..!nvewi aor! have re.' ohjccts" on the device.. .. hilt ,...,........ ".."...I _.. ....___. . __ ice of the First Methodist Churchwas pin.The
II rte wcu vriui EIVIIIB bore] search unable to distinguish--the--kind- of Lombardo" 'VJ ''w mw With I COnUUCieU II na* wen rumored held on Tuesday, April 21) next meeting null be
for the Bcrlanti at Port o' Call, that there was a large amount of lutesday
47 E. OCEAN airplane which metal found on the bottom of the Verde, St at the church. A covered dish i May 19 at 10 a.m.
BLVD. AT 7-1737 crashed in Lake Okeechobce Aug lake. near Petersburg, negotiable !securities on the plane. luncheon was served by Priscilla Coffee will
16, 1963. positively identified by The Pinkerton detective assigned be served at 9:30: by Ruth
OPEN MON THRU SAT. 7:30 AM."IlL 9 P.M. The searchers, under the direction renewed The search because i is of apparently life being prints although only to the search is James DavIs. Circle Following the luncheon Mrs. There will be a pledge service Circle.[
OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M.-12:30: P.M. 6 PAL-9 P.M. of the Pinkerton Detective claims totaling several millions insurance I their bodies were found He was accompanied by Jack Dull Karl Stoneburner conducted the this meeting. t
on Beechcraft
Agency's Miami office, have been Louis Berlanti plane in which heina'I n. Lo Angtlci an electronics Dale
ixtlnd his installation service entitled "Chal W. Simmons
Most Complete Store using electronic devices son I II crashed was never located and Rick Fried, a Miami son of Mr.
Drug "
in Martin C(9. fort to locate the plane.in an ef I in Frederick the crash. thirty-two. who died I though a two-week search engineer advertising man officers lenge of of the the Cross WSCS., for the new and Mrs. J. E. Simmons of Cji
They reportedly got 'three conducted last fall. Sheriff Roy ( Baker assignedtwo bana Point, recently enlisted
excellent The Dcrluntis, who were wealthy The detectives I Mrs. Joseph Penrod was presented m
responses from large metalStuartJensen West Coast of Florida real estate I why the have not dcpul) sheriff to give., all possible with i a past president's i pin the Navy and has been sent 'iu
investigation aid the searchers
is to Mrs : Great Lakes
by Sloniburncr. and Mrs Training Center. Dale|
Penrod presented! Mrs. W. A Ges- attended Martin County
Huh
r ncr incoming president, with the School. i
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LOTION COLOGNE Nail Kit

JULIA MATT.'#; COMPLITR L _

()UI ELKS ESSAY WINNERS receive their prizes from Colonel A H,
OUt Davisson Jr, chairman High on Wednesday, April n They are left to
right
or. Low LOw of the Americanism committee of Stuart- Nancy
PLAsTIC 79C Low 150 LOW 150 Jensen Elks Lodge at Flag Day exercises at Martin County Senior and McCormick Tom third $25 bond; Gale Knight second $50 bond, Use Our Modern
iorns tllCI >tIc, Snavely, first, $lOt) bond

University of New Mexico.- BOX STORAGE PLAN$49S

HIGH SCHOOL NEWSBy


I' 'lptJ t T CIIIRVL- IILAIII.- Alumni Reunion Is Man 24 ..
'll1IIt
I Mr. and Mrs
Stephen Schmidtand ed for
children. At 4 p.m. a guild
the Stuart Chamber of Commerce .
Elks Announce will host a first annual University ed tour of the Elliott and Houseof
plus regular
of New Mexico alumni Refuge museums will concludethe cleaning charge stores off-Mason clothing In
'SunbreroFOAM Sunbrero union here May 24. re-I activities. WARREN'S Polarl/td Fur Storage Vault until January, '65.
The Schmidts (UNM 'SI The invitations urged those attending Protected Insured, freshly pressed when you want Ibcm. Pay
LOTION GELby Essay Winners '52)) evolved the idea from their next Fall!
enthusiasm for Martin County's to make plans for a long
by TUSSY by 'Tussr ussr assets and eagerness to show it off weekend, to come early and en Free Bonded Pickup Delivery
I as well as joy the fishing, boating and other
an
\ out earl Elks Lodge pre ; were given to the first, second and creating opportunity features of Martin
for fellowship for County. Coin 530 COLORADO AVENUE
II LOW LOW 125 LOW I75 LOW q 100 sented the annual) Flag Day ceremony third place winners by Colonel A university graduates of the cidcntally, alumni may see Steve 20 COMMERCIAL S7REE'I'-JE15EN-; SlUARf BEACH- AT AT 7-1755 7.1181'UliVzIten4
LOW to -
LOW students of Martin Schmidt
. ruici nticf Senior County H Davisson Jr. Judges for the con- The Chamber of Commerce in his role in the Riptide
,. met April 22.Although. High on Wednesday test' 'R5/ J6mon'JoM\\ C. mailed with an eye open for promotion, They Players'Run"production.. of "See How, ""
out 203
J Flag Day is in June Gray and Judge Harry Dyer weeks ago. invitations two LAUNDRY.
the Elks felt that it was important Tom Snavely, first This fiscal
as place winner The formal reunion will be year 1622 officers CLEANERS,
ftFPflCOl "fflfflBg1:;. 59'PEROXIDE for ,the students to learn ubout the received a $100 bond and luncheon at 1 1:30: p.m. on Sunday a, resigned from the armed forces INC.
students lag and made it possible! for the his essay will go to state level. May 24, at the Yacht Club Res compared to 787 in 1962. ..
I the to hear the history of Gale Knight received a $50 bond 1 taurant in Port Salerno with a
1.YJ:11: : : 431j Awards flag before for t the school is out. for her second-place essay, and I program of new slides on the uni
venus "Democracy Nancy McCormick was awardeda 'versity. A picnic is being arrang-- ""
Communism" essay contest t $25 bond for third. I'
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MINERAL Oil :IIlT 83' Science, Math Banquet For April 30 : "1 ,....", '

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unbreakableJJC n muiiuuy /\pni 'tr, the annual ton, Lillie Mae King and Brenda Student Council elections will \ .... ",
Thermo Bottle Science \. .. )
and Math Banquet be held ..
Bennett botany; David DeBerry Thursday. April 30. t
was held. at the Stuart Woman's Candidates for 1964-65 Student \ J
I and David
Club. Duncan medical science \
THERAGRAN E4 1 I 4.49 and Students who had participated ; Vicki Swoops DceDce Voss and Council Mike president Crook are with Steve Jan Swain Icydaa I: V ; '
excelled in science, mathematics and Tom .
Hawken, candidate
psychology; for vice president. ; / ; .
English or history through.out Claire Dumich, Pat Taylor and Jill Shirley Irons and Carol Synie are i \1
PRELL L1QULD SHAMPOO 1.27 I by the the year science were: and invited to attend Mosley, chemistry; Paul Dibble I running for secretary and Linda /' / t ', .
mathematics Hall, :
and DeDe
BLb.L46 Ftam41 Sh. I departments Mickey Mcrwarth physics Voss! and Betsy Nourseare ,
The and Jan Icyda Mary McCormickand candidates for treasurer. / '
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following .
presentations
:
Nancy McCormick
TOOTHPAStE mathe
were made: VFW
CREST 56'SECRET trophy for phys- matics. APRIL 30 IS DEADLINE ,
less, /
J48BoPlamlb Paul Dibble; Kiwanis trophy fOR MAC.OSir / I
I for biology Sam Damron and Kit BALANCES ,J .
ty Kindred; Jaycees' trophy for issued The first U. S. airmail stamp Thursday, April 30, is the last r
4Dc g 31'DAILI chemistry, Claire Dunned I bore the m 1918 cost of 24 cents and day for students who have paid f ,
picture Curtiss
a
"Jen '
I Other awards went to: Kilty ," a deposit on the 64 MACOSH to
ny a biplane built
for
I..r' Kindred Nancy Melrose and World the Army's pay the balance due. Those with t
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War ,
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V.I 1 59 'I Scott Feaster, zoology Sam I cadet training pro unpaid balances will forfeit
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St.Joseph Aspirin For Children MI flrrt
M1 rocs to offer this prpUcttonl H"tfi*dosag DEVELOPER and BUILDERON CHRIS KALBJENSEN
'OHIIOAENr doctors favor...pun orang*ft nor end
steamy taxturs chltdrasprafar. PREMISES
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Thursday, AprB 30, 1964 d-E:




p Dpu E Ft1'P I High Install Meets School May OfficersThe 12 PTA to




final meeting tar: this year I
of the Martin County High School i

Parent Teacher Association will I

.. '11 -Jllljj -. ..., 'J I I "a s ... !1'1...... ." .>....' I If 111 1II11r be held Tuesday, May 12 at 8 ;
instead of on May 5, which
I. THIS SYMBOLMEANS FOR RENT 35 FOR RENT 35 USED CARS & TRUCKS 58wsaaeawsasllartre FOR SALE. Miscellaneous: 78 Real Estate For Sale 90 REAL ESTATE WANTED' 96 p.m.is election day. f

.11 __. ...... 11 U amwasso 'J1ff 1r III' The meeting will be held in the

r : HUT TWO bedroom furnished garage 1963 Ford Oalaxie 2-dr. Full com FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront WILL trade private lake resort! science lecture room of the new I
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NOW 8 small bedroom MUSICAL INSFRUMENTS Penna-Ohio
Renting one development: o n
Excellent condition lots. High and dry. high school
READERS PAY 1O READ Clean cool, comfortable petition
Apts. Furnished, with tile apartment. "border for Florida -
$500 under market price. AT 7- Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 72593. any type property of officers
Close in. Reasonable Election and Installation
YOUR ADS IN bath screen porch, terrazzo floor 4200.:! Lowest Prices in Florida tf ((90)) or what have you? 300 lots
call 4-30 ((58))
insulated cathedral ceiling, over. rent. 619 East Fifth Street or I left to sell in development all or for 1964-65 will take place. I

looking 10-acre lake. and county AT 7-1756 ------1 tf ((35)) I FOR Sale: Model A Woods Bug GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS FOUR bedroom waterfront home. i part triple your money. Also for Plans for the senior receptionto

GIlt' 'hmrt J j park. Plenty parking area. Low f'ObedroollturniiJ1ed\ apart I gy. New tag Excellent condi ORGANS Will trade for vacant land. Write I trade northeastern Ohio farms, be held Friday May 29, following -

price rental, $5000 month All electric built-in kitchen tion. 4' pccJ truck tran mi ,ioll. Box 23, Stuart, Fla. tf ((90)) 1 acreage, waiertrontuge private commencement exercises,
Walking.. distance grocery store Inquire ment. Airplane tires with chains. $125. EASY TERMS lake. Charles Thomas AT 7-4378. will be completed. The reception
block
The Seven C's Grocery Store Clean attractive School. School one Phone 287.5800 or 287.5242 TWO Beautiful Waterfront Lots 4-30 (96)) will be held in the new school auditorium. t
on U. S. No. 1 I. mile northof from new High age MORITZ PIANO CO. in .
DIAL one Call time after 5pm. 4.30 ((58)) at east end of Palm Avenue
children an>
acceptable.
St. Lucie River Bridge. tf ((35))
tf 112 No. 5th Street No. Kobe Sound Shores. Close to
7.0606. ((35))
AT
ATlantic 7.1550 FORD 1956. 4-door Thunder- Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 Stuart and St. Lucia Inlet. Concrete Five Girls Attend NonincumbentsAsked

FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished ATTRACTIVE efficiency apartment bird motor, automatic transmis'i U (78)) Bulkhead County Approved -

apartment, close in. $75. Call Ground floor. Near bank sion, radio, heater, good tires, 64 Roads Central Water System, MI ConventionA QuestionsAt
To Place Your FAST SELLING-: 287-1685) or 2875569. tf (35)) Trailer 8x8x16' inside Excellent Water. I is Park
schools and park. Call AT 7-269J. lags Very clean excellent condi UT1IITY Lot No. on led Rally
!
of by
LOW COST WANT AD tf (35)) tion. Phone :!287-2016:! from 6 to measure Steel frame ex- Waterway pie shaped with 167 delegation girls
FOR rent or ]lease Port Sewall 7 p.m. 4.30 ((58)) terior plywood. Four-wheel electric of water front. Appro 140' at i Miss Martha Burdine left last Friday Palm City Civic Association

waterfront home. Two bedrooms, FOR RENT: Furnished three bed. brakes. Load capacity to 30.- widest t point. Price $8500. I afternoon for Camp Cloverleaf through its president, Andy Zglin-

NEWS WANT ADS I 1M baths. Stove and refrigerator.Boat room CBS house on 76A. Call 1960 Valiant Station Wagon Good (fuss Ibs Call AT 7-0344. AT 7-: . : in Scl>ring, for the Senior Dis.. k-Id, held a political rally at Stuart

dock. Yearly. Phone 287-, AT 71328. 4-30 (35)) condition, $795 i including new 5678 or AT 7-1632 4.30 ((78)) LOT No. 2, also !slightly pie shaped -: trict 4-H Convention. ball park Saturday evening.

RATE: Five cents per average 4105. tf (35)) tag See at Dales Colonial Station .. with 149'' on canal adjoining, Centered on the County Commission
word minimum charge insertion FOR Rent: One bedroom apart. 3 miles North of Stuart waterway. Average width 104. I Those attending included Ph)lit race and with strong political
$1.00 (for up to per twenty ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, ment in Rio. $1250 per week 4.30 ((58)) Wanted lo Buy Mtac.) 81 Price: $6,000. No Brokers. JUPITER Smith, Beverly Snipes, Gayle Si. overtones, it involved the
Rio. Pleasant location within
average words). Words in ALL '' distance of dock facilities. Call AT. 7-1865.!! 4-30 (35)) .......<\\oIf..tl.-- .. In ISLAND APTS. 7467109. i rota and Paula and Linda Mat- posing of two questions to the

CAPITAL LETTERS except first I' easy Reasonable year-round rates. Call n BOATS & SERI ICES 63 WANT the best price for your tf (90)) I Arthur. candidates: (I) whether they would

word count as two words each. AT 7-2583 after 5 writeB. FOR KENT OR SALE 38 car? Call Ralph Bates at 2871214. still have time to represent their
pm. or IaaaaltNk M'A,r.,. ae TWO bedroom CBS Florida I I
+ Merkle Inc. tf voting districts, while chairman
Motors ((81)) CAR \SIMS PIANNFl)
J Star Route Jensen """ ---
White space above or below or Abbott AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer room, Drapes!, Awnings, Garden and ((2)) i if they l believed the chairmanship
FOR IPttORlll LEAGUE:
Beach Tla. tf (35)) CBS 2 bedrooms -.I>.L or __
within ad will be charged as the FURNISHED Complete Sales, Service Parts. Tools, Power Lawn Mower, TV I should I be rotated' I
frabcr of words (five) that could living room dining room kitchen Good selection of dependable Used REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 Antenna other extras. for below The young )people of the Southern All candidates, with the exception -

be printed in the blank line, or FURNISHED one bedroom house! I bath. All electric. Patio. Car. Motors. Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic. 1 Owner's cost AT 7-4233. tf ((90)) Methodist t (Impel in Hobe of the incumbents, were present .
with enclosed andfull _
sunroom Coral
Ave.,
25 cents per line. bath. 309 Hickory Jensen porte. 302 Harrison 4-30 CASA RIO BOAT A CANAL lot off St. Lucie. lot No Sound are planning a car washat and answered both questions
287-4384. ( 38)
Gardens ) BULKHLADLD: LOT 100x131in
"Display Classified" rates on Beach. Contact E. R. Kinney, .. MOTOR SALES Inc 440 Rt 707 5, Harbor Estates, lOUd) :'. Bill's Cities Service on the afternoon in the affirmative
..... Intra ou'lal
III' 7' in AT 70944tf Waterway com
Rio ((63)) .
application. 287-4155. tf (35) Best otfer over $2,500. Lou Bock- ..
) Southeast Owner of Saturday, May 9. Thisis wb.ws+ "' .s'a' .
-- -- -i -- immitv exposure.!
IIFLP WANTED 43 ert, 4940 N. E. 27 Tern, Pompano -
Ii These are cash rates for ads 5-room FOR SALB: Complete I line of Ha. 399-0204) 546-5266.:! tf ((90)) I for the benefit of the Fpworth CARD) ()to' IHVMvSI
Beach tf(90)
FURNISHED ( )
apartment. "
brought or mailed to The Stuart II IUlltI/ m 1 "" 'OtN
Pi Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, i -t ;; League, and for $1.21 the kids
clean. Frost
News with payment. If you are a Very proof refrig FLORIDA Registered i Pharmacistfor Marine Hardware for HAVE two building lots In Palm I wish to express my sincere
-everything
Stuart News mail subscriber or are erator. New electric range. Com local NEW two bedroom home, one Lake Park. Will trade for late will do a real job on the family (hunks to the physicians, nurses
growing boat. Whiticar
progressive Boat Works
plete Adults. Call AT 7- your bath corner lot Legion Heights. model trailer Call 7.1074. jalopy, white-walls and all. Tickets .
listed in the Stuart telephone direc privacy. chain. Openings available in Fort Port Sewall. tf ((63)) AT Rev Watkins:I Rev Marson, neighbors
tory you can place your ad by telephone 0768. tf ( 35)) Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Vero $10,990 Co AT Easy 7-4880 terms W.AT H.7-1696 Wagner _tf ((90)) may be purchased from Kay and others who were so help

Dial ATlantic 7.1550 and THREE bedroom unfurnished Beach and Stuart areas. Excellent OUTBOAlOl MOTORS REPAIRED or tf ((90)) FOR' Sale i 7ots 50x150 e;;;h. Finch.Dennis Becket Campbell or Mark fed kind and thoughtful in the

say 'I want to place a wantad'wltawatavrafDSr opportunity for advancement and We have parts for all recent passing of m y husband,
-- -- ---------- and Monrovia
house! near Stuart post office High dry in New - --- -
and stores. Refrigerator and range. company benefits. Apply Mr. Man. popular makes. Can test your coil TRADE going Trailer Park near S/D Salerno, Florida Cash or I- ii Claud 1 I. YoungMrs. '

$70 per month. 287.1685 or 287- gum Broward Drug Office, 825 and condenser. Ulmer Motors Dial Patrick Air Force Base and terms Write Roy Simmons, 661 TRAILERS: & SERVICES: : 168 Claud J. Young

Give your mail i I address as 5569. tf (35)) N. W. 6th Avenue Fort Lander- AT 7-3355. Your Friendly Dodge Cape Trade for acreage or OceanFront So. 15lh St., Newark N. J. I'hone .
.
well as your telephone number dale. tf ((43)) Dealer. tf ((63)) in Martin County. Write Ill) 2-I 854. 4.30 ((90)) rA_ lan." ti.5 "' 5...j l R .
in your want-ad. The Stuart STORE AND OFFICE SPACE --- -- Wanda Jones 40 Royal Palm, i : i L.-- .;,; .;, .;. -- -:
News has hundreds of for rent as low as $1 per day WOMAN cook, two curb girls and OUTBOARD boat completely Vero Beach. 4-30 ((90)) 3 BR 2 Bath I; RivcrfronT; Home: NOW, OPEN For Sule MlNCclliineoua 178
I one counter air!. A & W Root equipped. lop, side curtains, 'an he with low down ,
out-of-state subscribers who per room on lease Cabinet shop bought/
Beer. 4.30 ((43)) THREE bedroom 2 b'h--t' ;; ; : rt: '. .
are best possible pros- or storage space $2 per day to $5. cockpit cover, windshield. 16' fie payment to Qualified FHA buyer. TINY'SLAWNMOWEIl r.1I1.'t'n "
your \
for bcrgfas, 35 h.p. Evmrudc. genera front home and lots near St. I Have $25,000( i :
pects for real estate sales] and See Miss Alice Dehon inspec- COMPETENT woman for physician's Mtge. commitment.
wanted tion. Monthly or 3-year lease ator, battery. Phone 5465260.) lucie Inlet. Write Box' X, c/o Cull AT 7-2440 or 3J70. 4.30(90)( )
rentals! boats, help office to act as receptionist Stuart News. Call 287-2549 \\ : : cor HIE
$675. 4-30 (63) -- '
gardening, trailers, and serv 4-30 (35) handle accounts, and type. ; .
tf ((90)) CORNER lot in Legion Height and OUTliOARD
_____ .
ices. Submit experience, qualifications, ---- -- ---- wAratrw"
RIVERFRONT home with pool 18' offshore cruiser with 75 h.p. General Flcctnc kitchen, 4-
and references to Box M, c/o LIKE new condition Bahama REPAIRS AND SERVICE:
age
unfur. AM-FM
Furnished Radio. Wired for
for rent. or electric starting Johnson out speaker
! ni hed. Call 287-0948. tf ((35)) Stuart News. 4.30 ((43)) board. Extras, cushions pole hold Terrace Cozy 2 bedroom, 1 Hiand" IV Inter-corn system. In Bock of Carldm's Laundry, I
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REGULAR lUSSIHCATlOSSINumbers : MALE shipping and receiving ers, new top, side curtains, 2 extra bath, tile roof compact kitchen, Mood lights. Air-conditioned Insulated ST. LUCIE AVENUE: CASA RIO
FURNISHED apartments on rive propellors, running lights bilge eating porch circular drive Only ceiling and walls. Central I BOAT 1\10'roR SALES
and Ioc.I .
100 refer to display TV clerk. Good starting salary PORT SALERNO ,
( over 3 and efficiencies. $11.900, approximately $1,950
rooms
which er fringe benefits. Reply Box T, c/o pump, 29 gal. scat tank, 6 gal: heating thermostat in each room. NO II.... To? ... AT TooMtf
classified ads, appear and dock privileges Driftwood cash and take over mortgage. M CAlL AT 7.9763
tank. Excellent condition. Sacrifice 3 bedrooms, I IVi baths. Partially I
after the end of the smaller ads in Motel 443 North Indian River Stuart News. 4.30 ((43)) $985 cash. Phone 2870670or P Nelson Realtor, 325 E. Ocean furnished Landscaped. $1,950 4.10 inn IITII

numerical order. Be sure to look Drive Jensen! Beach AT 7-2237 FULL OR PART TIME Repre 2871639.' tf ((63)) Blvd. .287.3566. 4.30...((90)) down, $75 per month. For appointment -- -
-- ..... F xrsarrsssatanss: si
in both places.) tf ((35)) II
sentatives needed several territories call AI Ramsey, 2873606./
JENSEN 2 bedrooms
la miiiispiaisnsiBinHM.i Bnni'ii' by owner. large
open for women who are 4.30 ((90)) I TRAILERS & SERVICES: 168
downtownor fireplace
STORES and offices living room with
FOR RENT 35131FOR TRAILERS & SERVICES 68 .
interested in having a good steady .. -
on East Qcmn ll.* Any large dining area 1711 wastwa/
RENT Oft SUE. 38-138 size. Write A. P. Krueger 1170 E income with Avon Cosmetics. Ex n for 2 more bedrooms.r2)1r car SOUIIIIRN: GUIF'" IS ON

WANTED TO RENT 40-140 Ocean Blvd. or phone 2872420. Manager unnecessary. Write Avon FOR Sale: 25' 1954 Silver Clipper I port 10x20 utility room porch AMERICAN: EXCHANGE:

HELP WANTED 43-143 5.7 (35)) P. O. Box 2427, Vero aluminum house trailer. Very' dock privilege, underground sprinklers i Southern Gulf Utilities national JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC."JUST
Wanted 48-148 Beach, Fla. 4-30 ((43)) good condition. Best offer. Telephone landscaped Walking distanceto .
Employment designer; and builder of central-
50 ISO TWO bedroom house furnished. AT 72237. tf ((68)) stores. Priced at only 13,500.) NORTH OK UtE ARCH"
i/ed water and is
Business Opportunities Near Kobe Sound. Call 287- Call 287-2058. 4-10 ((90)) sewage systems,
LOST & FOUND 53-153 5674. 4-30 (35)) WANTED -- now listed on the American Stock
Route Jensen Reach Florida
707
SCHOOLS 54-154 Semen Offered, Misc. 71 LIVE 'near the inletwilhl'i;;' paying Exchange. This Is the firm whichIs ,
BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom furnished Young Women for walrefront( prices Large lots i financing the water utilities for
SPECIAL: NOTICES 55-155 home 200 ft. St. Lucie Secretarial, Receptionist Phone 287.2732
on : 112'x 125' across from SandspritPark Sewalls Point and Hutchmson! -
USED CARS 58-158 River. Adults only no drinkers. and Clerical Work WISCONSIN Bnggs Stratton, in Port Sewall. Uevation 20' land.

NEW CARS 60-160 Prefer year around lease. Phone Clinton and Lauson AIR to 30'. Many trees From $2,200.\
COOLED ENGINES in stock and Sale of New Mobile Homes
Spring
BOATS & SIRVICLS: : 63-163 287-2889 for appointment. Excellent working conditions, Walking distance to boat dockage.
and who know bow to FOR RENT 131
4-30(35)( ) 40 hour week Paid Vacationsand parts men
& SERVICES 68-168 M P. Nelson Realtor, 325 E.Ocean I
TRAILERS them. ULMER MOTORS
Service Offered Misc. 71-171 FIVE room apartment completely Holidays.Program Complete and other Insurance repair"or"Dial AT 73355. Your Friendly Blvd 287-3566. 4-30_ ((90)) Mil CENTURY: 40x10-1 BEDROOM ...............$3,675.00

PLANTS & SERVICES: 75175For furnished. Second floor. 700 fringe benefits. Dodge Dealer. tfJJI( !) NORTH River Shores Road 3 BR 20111 CENTURY, 50x10 J Bedroom .......M............... 3875.00
78-178 South Federal Hwy. 287.3325 or Sunken bathtub carporte with

Sale 1o, !Miscellaneous(:Mkc.) 81-181 2871297. tf ((35)) For Application WriteP. WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE built-in B.lr-8.Q. Largo living PIEDMONT, SOUO-I BEDROOM: .... ..................... 4,595.00
Wanted Buy FURNISHED BALANCING with Bear Equipment room with Cathedral ceiling. Large

\ STORAGE 84-184 efficiencies monthor O Box 1198 by trained mechanic will pay kitchen with ample cabinet and TITAN, 50x10-1 BEDROOM! .. . .............. 4,200.00
Real Estate I'or Sale 90-190 season, utilities included. for itself In tire wear. We have the hrkfst bar. Circular
Florida driveway
196 Adults. Summer rates to November Stuart, equipment and men. Your friendly on TITAN, 30s10-2( BEDROOM! .. .. .. ............... 4.400.00RtGAI.
Real Estate Wanted 96- I. South of Stuart. AT 7.1950 Attn.: Personnel Department large corner lot. Full price $12-
dealer. ULMER MOTORS <
after 5 p.m. tf ((35j) 4-30 ((43)) Dodge or Dial AT 73355. tf (7U( 2874710.7XMX( Call after 5 for 4-10 appt.' : GENERAL: 50x10( -1 BEDROOM: ....... 4,395.00
((90))
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FOR RENTFIREPROOF' 35 TWO bedroom apartment fully AGE Against Youth. Not necessarily JENSEN: BEACH'S: ONLY MOBILE HOME DEALER:
RAY COOKE'S Tank Serve
Septic JENSEN Beach 2
furnished including linens and i perhaps you can continue deluxe( bedroom,
ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also 2 bath home with central heat
L china. In North River Shores. Rca- a successful sales career with
warehouse. 2400 sq. sonable. Call 287.2163.. 5.14 (35)) the American Automobile Asso drain fields repaired and re-laid. under construction and near com 20 Other Models To Choose From
ft. Vi mile outside city limits ciation. Selected persons will have Dial AT 7-0651 AT 79862. tf(71)( ) pletion on one of highest t, most ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS

Call AT 7 PLEASANT one bedroom cottage excellent opportunity for better desirable locations Spacious rooms sets (10))
at $50 a month. .1035)74.( ) for rent. $60 a month. Within than average income. Company HAVE small) Bulldozer Tractor extra large kitchen dining area.

walking distance of all stores. Call benefits and receive sales train. Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, At a price of I2.9X( > we considerthis c

TWO bedroom furnished apart. AT 75892. tf ((35)) ing. Stuart area contact Mr. cut trees. Fence posts and pilings the best buy in its class in this ni BAIT OCR'*'*' ROVI.nARD

ment for rent in North River Wood AAA office 203 S. In- for sale. Lawton Wall, Phone AT area Hoyt C. Murphy, Realtor, MTUAIIT. ricnioAnOVIEKBRPIKO SclfContaincd & Scmi-Sclf-Contained

Shores. $125 monthly NEW two-bedroom unfurnished dian River Dr. Fort Pierce May 71401. tf ((71)) S. AIA Jensen' Beach AT 7-3340 APAHTMBNTI
year(35) house available in beautiful residential 1 ROOK A BATS REVELLA PICKUP TRAILERSLP
Call 287-3547. ) area, many advantages, 5th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 4-30 ((43)) TERRAZZO TOe and Marble.W. 4-30 ((90)) BtrrrunioAMD cotmriSUOlfABtat

MODERN one bedroom furnished bargain rent $70/month. Write H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 INCOME property in the heartof HATMTT

apartment. Rent by week monthor Jordan 87.19 204 Street, Hollis, Employment Wanted 48 or AT 7-I696T: tf ((71)) Stuart. Two duplexes' and one LOVIOS1W.
.
.. ... ..
year. Located on river one New York City. 4.30 ((35)3ROOM ) cottage across from Martin County .a"III', .1 se T..rq ,
.
block from shopping district. 55 HARDWARE Sale Yes, all hard School 17000. Phone Owner T. FACET, Mgr.
Seminole St. Phone AT 71197. modern furnished apart WILL care for I child in my home ware now at low sale prices. 287-5055 4-30 ((90))
E. tf ((35)) ment. Ceramic tile bath, kitchen during the day. Have 2 daughters Hendry's Trading Center oppositeTnCouoty ------ -Dial. AT..!:!!!' tf lilt-

and dinette. Glass-enclosed shower at home $U per week Call Gas, Golden Gate.tf WilL trade 2'acre Riverfront tract

LARGE efficiency everything wall to wall carpet. Spacious i 2875986. 9-2 ((48)) ((71)) for Commercial property. fri ,
furnished. Newly I decorated. grounds with patio. Off-street park. AT 7-2440 or 3370. 4-30 ( ) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS ,

Adults Must be Ken to be appreci --
Clean quiet. ng
Box 792, Stuart, or ::tA"fri 7- ated. $75 per month. Riverdale Business Opportunities 50 PLANTS SERVICES 75 SALE: three bedroom, two baths,
North River Shores. Pool and
4885. tf ((35)) Apartments, 667 Cleveland Ave.
Patio. Furnished unfurnished.
COTTAGE for rent. Clean and See Mrs. Murray, Neisner's Luncheonette CEMENT plant and lumber yard PLANTS Fastest growing nursery Consider rent to adults or Call 287- ON

comfortable. $15 a week. Call or Mr. Murray Democratic including block plant and in Martin County. 10 acres 4845 or AT 73279. tf J90)(
287-0902 after 6 o'clock tf ((35)) Headquarters, 31 E. Ocean Blvd. large conveyor. Or will rent. Call jf plants. Pelican Nursery, Loop THE ST. LUCIE
Call AT 7-0992 or AT 74746. 287-4133. tf ((50)) Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT 7- BEAUTIFULLY Landscaped' 2-

tf (35)) 1918. tf ((75)E bedroom 2-bath CBS home in One- sad two-room efflclencta.Spacious1 :. .
LP OR BOTILLD GAS
modern subdivision with
CBS, large windows, shade lots trees of SPECIAL NOTICES 55 & R maintenance service; lawn privileges. Price reduced waterfront from- hided grounds WW buy, tell, Iwde fur, or accept on cooolgnmeiil your seed

two corner bedrooms services and general mainte- $20XX(( to S''4,500 for immediate Parih| Lot. Boot DotluShnfflcboard. trailer.
electric
large closets modern kitchen 0 U nance; mowing, spraying fertilizing Sale. C. E. Slocum Realtor, TV tad Lounge
and ALCOHOUC A N 0 N Y M S
stove refrigerator screened OUT AND SEE "SANDY" OR DON
ADSDOIffiJOH lots cleared and maintained 505 Colorado Ave Stuart. I la. COME
WANT ;
611 Flamingo meets at 830: p.m. ?
East porch. Duplex, Week
eve7bWed. Month Year
at East limits of Stuart. nesday at the u : sprinkler repair and Installation; 4.30 ((90)) USED CAMPER with 1958 Ford %

Griffith 287-1976. 4-30 (35)) Jensen Beach, For information. reasonable. Call 2872911. P. O. NEW:: duplex,I two bedroom-: $19.. 624 ST. LUCIE CRESCENT
Box 927. tf (75)) I
Phone AT 73332. tf (55)) I 01X). Owner 2875055. 4-30(90)( STUART, FLORIDA for sale or, trade for car
FOR Rent: Nice furnished two .
WANT the best price for our car? 5 Ft. Coco Plumosa Palms I 1.00. ---- Telephone 2874812
bedroom house in Jensen. Reasonable USED CAMPERS with 1955 Chev.
GDial rent. Call 2875188. Call Ralph Bate at 287-1214. BLOOMING grafted gardenias, F. E WOOD, Manage'
FOR RENT 135man
4-30 ((35) Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ((55) Bougainvillea, Hibiscus Powder tf run for sale or trade for car
Puff. Flame Vine Bottle! Brush, ;

r CLEAN furnished efficiency in I ELECTXOLUX CORP. Oppor Lychee, Peach Avocado, Mango, TRAVEL TRAILERS and
$650.00
town. Adults. $45. 211 Colorado tunity for the right man to double All Spice Jabouticaba: trees. BIRD up

Ave. 2874837. 4-30 (35)) his present earnings. Call Dan SANCTUARY, you're invited to EXPECTING COMPANY? I 1964 FLEETWOOD mobile homes

Clark, AT 7-0143. tf ((55)) Enders Nursery, White City to WONDER WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN?
ONE bedroom furnished! house.! see the birds 4-30 ((75)) 42 ft. to 57 ft., tip out room if you want
Electricity furnished. Port Sa- HENDRY'S Trading Center Inc. ... Call wand atop worrying! Keaaoaable rates) art as) atntoupbrre
lerno. Phone 287-1564. 4-30 ((35) Sale on all fishing tackle. Located .. that will Mrpaw aO but your *w_ Study will accept: can or other items, I fa trade
AIA in Golden Gate opposite For Sole, MkctUiiMOuf 78 MANAGER
CALL MARIE KIRK
ONE bedroom furnished, two bed. Tri-County Gas it ((55)
room furnished three bedroom Now Available for Year Steeping" Comfort! -SANDY'S-

ATlantic 71550and unfurnished.! Palm City Store WANTED Your support and vote SALE: On all appliances now at Niagara CJcbol\ UaJt In Oat Beds. .
4-30 (35) May 5th. Timer E. Powers. reduced prices at HenJ 'a Trading TRAILER PARK & SALES

(Paid political Adv.) 4-30 (55) Center opposite Tn-County Southwind MotelUS.
ask for the APARTMENT One bedroom, Gas In Golden Gate. tf (78)
kitchen and FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning 287-5788
room, dinette
living
bath, across from school in Stuart rent Blue Lustre Electric TRUSSES, elastic stockings NO. 1 STUART TELEHIONEi! M7-0773 1 )MJU North of Stuart on US. II

$75 furnished! including utilities. Shamoooer only $1 per day. HartmaoLcightoD knee pads anklets, Stuart M U"> s_11 till

I Want A"d Taken 287-5055, 4-30 ((35) Furniture. 4-30 ((55) Dru. Corp fit! (78)



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c ?v -- '!:1 JC* e-r\ Tnr STUART oia.)NEWS Thursday. April 30 1964 Smouse Announces son
HEAL fcS FATE: FOR SALE 190 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 course, ploaM contact: (lie IUJ
s< -t'-" .. ...ar" +w..... rv"" -...."'WNMMW mr--uHr' _r Elwin Coolant non Sf Mrs Bdm Sun Vlllley, Calif.. following ana Senior Class in Cross Chapter. phone. AT, .7 2002...
Coulanl. c.lifor" Avenue three-wcek visit with his mother Life Saving Here j- 041m'
left Friday, April 24. for his home d"rother., Clyde end Charles, Sinouse, Martin CARD OF TlI. NKSI
lath County
BUY A HIGH DRY Waterfront Homes _
Acreage' Red Cross water safety instructor, I wish to thank my many friends
A "1 announced (feat there will be a and ne ribori who -were ao kindin
REAL pffl! ATE FOR SALE 190 Senior Life-Saving CouMe !given scnibng flowers cards gKu and
at Sunrise Inn pool starting May telephone messages during my recent
RESIDENTIAL LOT 1.' .dL
: 5 i and continuing for the month bereavement
T This course will be conducted,
two a week on Tuesdays and Mrs Amelia ConticwrtwlepwuWsgOSwtnnwx
FOR SALE3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEE Thur nits at_7 o'clock All per I : : r.<
For ,..
As$500
Little Real Estate For Sale noL
ftay e ; T 1
b.. L_ ,.
Build and Live TOTAL PRICE ,1 r w I
.t+7pl RIVER
FRONTAGE 660' of river frontage on South Fork of

IN GOLDEN GATE "Service Means So ill uch" I St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including approximately

lOCATTD 5 MINUTES AWAY FROM COUNTY'S 360 ACRESFOR 200 Royal Palm Trees, beautiful

\NDSPRIT PARK FREE: BOAT LAUNCHING LOCKHART REALTY I INFORMATION Writ to grounds. Contact your broker or


SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR SMV\ .\llS POINT AT 7-1777 VINCE NELSON
if ,BOX 122 JUPITER FLA
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620 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7-0066 .
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(Next lo The Prescription Shop) : Smyrna ,
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A Beautiful Home On The 'Water FOR SALE i WHAT ABOUTHUTCHINSON
i OUR BEST BUYI

]1,580 sq. ft. living area plus carport utility 200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful ISLAND?

and porches on waterfront and! street Broad St. Lucie River I I

front, Seagate I Harbor,Light I louse Point Within City Limits of StuartCity FROM FT PIERCE SOUfII TO TilE ST. IUCIE IM.ETWHAT'S I St. Lucie River Waterfront
area. Under construction now, will he

ready to move into in May, 1964. $19,900. I Water GOING ON? Should you buy or \sell? Are (here any 1,500' Commercial l Waterfront
good deals left? Where U the "action" hiking place Will the
Low down payment. An Florida Home
Original Island be developed?
$$30.00 Waterfront Ft. 29% Down
Well and
Kept Spacious FOR THE/ ANSWERS to these and other questions' concerning
2 hedroom home, corner lot, Legion Nice Guest Cottage the Island come to Headquarters! We know because we are
most active there
Heights, Jensen Beach, $9,200 Easy
terms. Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft.
Well Landscaped With U.S.N0.1 I ROLAND G. LUEDER

Large Lawns and Many
TEN ACRES-Newly Ideal for shopping eenter-
W. H. WAGNERAT Beautiful Trees and Plants
Close In Over 600' on U.S. No. 1 Priced below present I REALTOR
market at $60.00 per front foot-term.
7.4880'1- \T 7.]696 Priced To Sell $29,950.00

s.10 lito) See Your Agent or Phone ANYBODY FOR HORSES? II 729 COLORADO AVE. FftOT PHONE AT 7.""
AT 7-2607 AT 7-3232
tf (110))

COWS? CHICKENS? STUART, FLORIDAMEMBER

C. B. ARBOGASTREALTOR I
LISTING SERVICE
OR JUST PLAIN ELBOW ROOM on tills 20 acre tract Beautiful MULTIPLE css Cl801I )
trees High ground Paved road IS minutes from
ESTABLISHED HIS R. V. JohnsonREALTOR downtown Stuart. Only $490.00 per acre Convenient terms I I

252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart -AT 7.0440 !
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING CITRUS ACREAGE AIRPORT AREAAIRPORT

FIRST FEDERAL BLDG, 6)
20 ACRES tIP TO 10,000 acre from $120.00 per acre I
Our Best Buy AREA 11,000.0V buys this completely furnished
AT 73366WATERFRONT i 3 bedroom,C.B.S.with carport and tool house full of took, terms
330 feet FRONTAGE on I Highway 76
HOMES'New M. P. NELSONREALTOR HOBE SOUND-U.S. 1 highway frontage 128 feet x] 125 feel
Approximately 4 acres i deep,full price $5,000.00,terms.

ONLY $17.00 front ft. ONLY
per ST. LUCIE RIVER FRONT 80 feet of sea wall 110 feet
Our Best Buy 4 bedroom,2 bath home with centralair ASSOCIATES: ELLEN NELSON, M. R. (RONNY NELSON i deep, nice 1 bedroom, completely furnished C.B.S., beautiful
condition and heat. Landscaped lot on 325 E.OCEAN BLVD. STUART,FLORIDA Phone 287-3566 spiit. $12,50000, term

the broad St. Lucie River. Priced to sell. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE
'.10 I UO, 3.2 ACRES- Near Sunshine Slate Parkway nice high&: land -
$24,990.00.() $1,6(1000.()
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HOMES --
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+ New 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with central i 7 ACRES On hard top road, full price, $5,600.00.

air conditioning and heat on landscaped
10 ACRES NEW HOME ON TIlE WATER 3 bedroom, reverse cycle
Summer Prices Are Here!!!! waterfront lot, large patio. Priced at air conditioned C.B.S., Hi baths, screened porch boat dock,
$15,490.00.() full price $12,850.00, good terms.
3 Bedroom House . . . .$13," OO i
New 3 bedroom 2 bath all brick home on
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ST. LUCIE ESTATES: large 120 ft. Shaded Lot with under
!I pound sprinklers 13x23 ft. l.Mng Room 9x13 ft. Dining formally l landscaped: waterfront lot. Has TAYLORASHLEYREAL
Room 1218" Kitchen Two Bedrooms* 1212 and 11VU central air conditioning and heat, large
13, Two Baths, Florida 5 ACRES
Room
10x26 T"11-4:" Carport -,Total
$22,000. fermii. garage, king size living room and Florida

! I room combined. Offered for $22,990.00. 2 Bedroom House . . . .$15,500 ESTATEJim
: NORTH RIVER SHORES Completely Furnished One of
I the Finest Cw.tom-Buill Homes lac Lot 100x200 I Undscapen Whitehead
I Dream-Two Bedroom-Two Barhs-Total $22300. WATERFRONT LOT ASSOCIATE

KRUEGER ESTATES PRIME ACREAGE 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440
WATERFRONT-60 ft.Dotk Central: .
I Heat Two Nice Patios A custom built HMM yen ..IU be. 110 feet on beautiful St. Lucie River. >0 ((1(0))
proud of Two Bedrooms .- Spacious Lrthf Rare withpleasant Large shade trees. Located in St. Lucie I 2040.100 Acres .. . . .$495 per A. -.- -----
view Circular Drive Hard to DuplicaU fur
I $23,750. estates between two modern attractive

homes. Owner will sacrifice for $13,750.00. TILTONI
W. B.
I FOR RENT -Two Bedroom house St. led Crescent 40 ACRES
$55.00 per mo. )ear's Ie_.

IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE Bessey Creek . . .$1000 per A. REALTORJensen

See NORTH RIVER SHORES Beach, Florida AT 74411

NORTH RIVER RIVER RIDGE FOREST R. V. Johnson \ HUTCHINSON ISLANDOcean "presents"


STUART LEADING.. WATERFRONT COMMtNrnD10M: REALTOR to River . . ,$150 per ft. 1. OCEAN TO RIVER
100'x225' Martin' County
11') AT 7-3366 \ Price only $155.00 per foot
'-10 enol) I
--- 2. OCEAN TO RIVER
PRIME Between the bridge
200-xUOQ' plus. high .land

C. O. RAINEYRealtor Business Corner . . .$15,000 $400.00 per foot Terms

3.WATER FRONT ACREAGE

I RESIDENTIAL;; AClU AGE J INCOME I IJ. I 56 1350'acres deep-water piear !Sea frontage Gate Harbor
CHOICE HOMESAs I Priced for quick tale $45,000.00

ST. W'IE UT 2 bedroom 2" bath ,. JO, OO ACRES ilhe rltrue belt I. nSIIISG CAMP-Onr 400' frontage I 4. ZONED FOR TRAILER PARK
_- barge living room_-all G.R. Idtchen. 5400 per acre 00 South Fork 6 rental efficiency Low As .$10,000 10 acres, 5V east of US. No. 1
double carport Value .t SlI,1O. I
milts-30'x50'waterfront restaurant- Port St Lucie Area-Fruit tree
':'Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did 330' nut frontage
!Z.TOUR BEDROOMS 2 hlltha 36'1a. Rental boob and motion-Price ndue- I
2. .01)0 ACRES Certified aoreey I Pries $11,900.00
( room "llh Inside barbecue NoraR
school\ Immediate occupancy Isc.llent: lKeN-$650 per acre .d II' $49l00 Terms

$24,500. 2. STUART STORES-100% location- :JJ011nR'K (! 5. FOR 2 RENT bedroom-2 bath home
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3. PORT 8EWAtL Custom built 2 3. 316 ACRES Palm City area 1 Large concrete boat dock
Excellent Income
100% rented -
bedroom,2 kill-11 elk to Golf C_ mile 00 No. 114 Can be divided Completely 'furnished
Need to handle $25,000.
$19,500. Price 011 nqutllL 900 Colorado Ate, (arenas from lit Nations! Bank) $150.00 per Booth

AT 7-2300_ AT 7-3280 -AT 7-4 111
DIAL ATlanttc 7-2261 j ,WE SELL THE EARTH
SOl COLORADO AVENUE PHIL DORLON BOB SIMMONS DON 0-KELLV or BOB WILLIAMS

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BooksAt
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t.s SOCIAL
J NEWS-
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.t' "Runes of the North," by Si.
gurd F. Olson. A hook of legends,
reflections and adventures in the
vast wilderness of the North that I Office: AT 7.\0\ MISS '
Q MARY LINDSAY Socict! EJitor
sweeps from Hudson Biv 'lo the .
i. i Yukon! and Alaska. 1.'t:: '0k
,: "A Touch of (the Dragon" In
t Hamilton Basso. This kitty| new
;....' novel by I the author. of 'A View
., ". M .tII' from pompy'.Heis4'' tells of a
._, rich woman; consumed 'with\ amhiiious -
"' '..;>""W"I ff"! desire, and a'1\lon, rooted cow
'" knit! and)
.. '; m a close- family life traditional
.
< values- The locale extends x I It
from a small ntid-wcstcrn city
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: \ :through Virginia to an i island in
the Caribbean.i >
:.. "Welcome Child," I Pearl S.
hy
....:....'...... .. < Ruck, with photographs by Alan
'tt'....._ D. Haas. A dory in picture of
Kim a Korean orphan adoptedby
an American couple,
II 'The Congressman," by CharlesL .
roV Clapp. A description of the
i congre' man'! personal treatmentof r t
his /Job on the Hill and his life
in Washington. Based on a tier
ics of Brookings! Institute. conferences
and follow-up interviews,
U this book reveals both the trials 1

b i _: I and. attractions of this exactingrole. 1,,

: I "John Foster Dulles; the Last 1t
BOARD MF.MBIRS of the Woman'i Club of Stuart for O64-6J Joseph Jurrcll, Mrs Margaret T. Heckler: \and Mrs James I. Daley. Year" by Eleanor tanning; Dulles, ,
I are left to right Mrs E F Mallox, Mrs, Joseph Pcnrod. Mrs They assumed their new positions '!Wednesday April ?2 An intimate biography, by hit
sister, based on family records and s tfr
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the secretary' private archives and
correspondence.
"Convention," b'y Fletcher Kne- 1,
hel and Charles W. Bailey'A fa.t.I .
I moving story of a Republican convention ,
set some time'in the future. .
.
Nuked Society," by Vance O.Packard. .
The author pictures what SECRETARY: HIE PEAR: is Mrs. Kitty Jeffcrs, secretary to Paul J. Hennings, treH lIrer. :
he considers a vast invasion into controller of First 1 Federal Savings and Loan Association" of Martin County. left. William R. Scott, .
individual privacy by business, boss of the for 13-M, his ,
year crowned successor" and Mrs Virginia Veazie. not pictured, !secretary 1
government and education an d of the sear for t96 -M, crowned Mrs. Jeffers. The annual Boss Night Banquet was held on
offers his solutions for dealing with Wednesday April 22.:! at the Yacht Cluh Restaurant, Port Salerno I
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this modern phenomenon."On
Your Own In College," by
W. C Re nick and D. H. Heller. Mrs
): ", If you're planning to go to college : Kitty Jeffers Is Elected'Secretary :
in the fall this book will help
: r you to get more out of the lectures
I t" study more effectively and !I.
Year'at
: adjust. to the college community, of Banquet'Mrs.
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Martha Eric and George, by .
.; h Margery Sharp This I is a sequel
: .' I lo "Martha in Paris," which ended Kitty Jeffcrs, secretary to In closing Secretaries Week, the Pier 66, Fort l.auilcrJule. Sutur-"_
't : when Martha left her baby Paul J. Hennings, trell urer. on. Stuart Chapter of National Secretaries
;: s a : day, April :23! by Mrs. Virginia
f troller of First Federal
on his faihcr'i doorstep. This book Savingsand Association (International) Veu/ic and Mrs Barbara Llndncy.
r \ '. resumes the story when ten fears loan Association of Martin was represented at a seminar at The session included courses on .
!" J later, Martha returns to Pans as County, was elected "Secretary of business law, business administra- *,
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an artist of promise. Good summer the Year" at the annual Host lion, necrctariiil procedures, secrctarial .-
\ reading for Margery Sharp Night Banquet, given by the National Highly Acres of skills, human relations and "
w '. ,. followers. Secretaries Association' at 'secretarial .
accounting.
(
J :\' For the mystery fans: "Yellow the Yacht ('Iuh Restaurant 0 n Producing Grove
'. '\((" 'I "tV ,< Villa," by Suzanne Blanc; Most Wednesday, April 22. Brings $98,0( <)() 1'KRIWINKIKS, : I.UNCIIIONIhc
,r: 'i' I a ( 1" ;;. Dangerous (Game" by Gavin l.y- Her election automatically makes
I 5., .,". 1 1 I It ;. all; and "Incident of the Merry her boss the "Boss of the Year Larry Mcl'/er of Fort Pierce Periwinkles will have a _
)" ,,"" ," covered dish luncheon 1hors1 .
,1 Hippo by Clspeth Huxley. for I 1964-63. on
purchased un eighty-acre on
j ::'j grove day, April .10() at 12:30: () All -
\ ,. '. : Stephen Schmidt: of the Elliot West Farm Road, tmliitntown, p.m
i ...:. ,, \ ."" it. :," v..'.' ,''t'" '41..1. ,,,,tM" j -II UildabraTpark Museum was the main speaker and Eastern: Stars are invited to ut- ?
.
'- '," ,." .. .... ...., \< ,"" fiC.. .V gave a talk about "Secretaries and from )Indiuntown Grove Company tend this luncheon at I lie Masonic

INSTALLED WEDNESDAY, April 22, at a luncheon, were theseGuesno, corresponding. secretary; Mrs. C. E. Evans, trustee of the ssociation in Bosses" from the I IHXO) period to for $90,100( )(), according t II> a Hull, Osccola Street:......._ *,
new officers of the Woman's Club of Stuart. Scaled left to right, y" uilJ ng'}"unU\ ;; Miss Jean ROOD,' &seoond vice president i ; amT \Jrs.C. Annual MeetingThe dllh111 referred to an old manual warranty deed filed'ut the courthouse
are Mrs. Max Hahcr, first vice president and Mrs. Peter CecIlia, R. Vanderveer, president. Unable to be in the picture were nt 11e: the IHUO'i nontr. I Friday, April 24. American firms now account for 3
Hildubrad Park Aisocla' cedure aI i The 196.1-64 crop on (the trees 87 per cent of the foreign invest' -
recording secretary. Standing, left to right, are Mrs. Wells Tolson, Mrs. H. W. Newsome, parliamentarian; Mrs. Andrew Ferrara,
Fort Pierce. installing officer and District 10 director; Mrs. Peter treasurer; and Mrs. Vincent Vilardi, flag custodian. lion held a meeting on April 21 days.___,_ ___ _______ _,_ u was not Included- in,the- late- -, ment! .. j in Argentine.,_ .__ > _
at the home of Joseph McCoy :

This which was the the board annual of director meeting and at ..
Stuart Woman's Club Installed 22The
April
the officers were elected. "'" The following are now officers: : .., \ ,I f _
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President, Ted Tyson vfce presi
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Woman's Club of Stuart there are only five more building Haber, first vice president; Miss the third Wednesday in each dent, Arthur Simi; treasurer, I.io f" \ f a;:
i e I d an installation luncheon bonds to be paid. Jean Roos, second vice president; month, May to September. ncl Lusardi; and secretary, Alex J' fir
Vednesday, April 22. Mrs. Wells Six past presidents were present: Mrs Peter Cecilio, recording secretary Hostesses for the luncheon were Raphel. I, I'r" ELECTLEWIS :;
ffolson! District 10 director, wasJthe Mrs. Jack Coleman Mrs. George ; Mrs.! Peter Gucino, corresponding Mrs. Jarrell Mrs. Dorothy Pierce Named to the board of directors \ ; N
installing officer Piano sclec- Conrad, Mrs. Harold O. Woolley, secretary; Mrs. C. E. Mrs Clark Schumacher and Mrs. were: P. A. Adams, I. Lu- ") .' .
lions were played by Mrs, F. M. Mrs. J. R. Pomcroy, Mn. Ralph Evans trustee of the building fund; Jack Coleman. siirtli A. Sims C. Sirandberg J. I'ff:) ..
|Wittenbert preceding the luncheon.It Hartman Sr. and Mrs. Hugh Gawn. Mrs Andrew Ferrara, treasurer; Member of the Junior Woman Brunner, T. Tyson, and A. Ra- rr' r js :
was reported by Mrs C. E. Officers installed were: Mrs.! C. Mrs. H. W. Newsom, parliamentarian 's Cluh served the luncheon. phcl. t r.sA r.
Evans and Mrs. Max Haher that I R. Vanderveer, president; Mrs. ; and Mrs. Vincent Vilardi, t, .y :
i flag custodian.i STUART SA1I.MSH WINTER TOURNAMENT. ,, ...
1 AiMId PII ]7. Directors are: Mrs. Margaret T. (Nov. | .'April 30)) iI, '. 1
REAL E'i'fA1E FOR SALE 190 Heckler, Mrs. James I. Daley, Mrs : ..
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rod, and Mrs. Joseph Jarrell. Whicker, Melbourne Beach, "Spray II," Captain !.lIi..Jlf ?

All members were invited to Ray Young ............................................................ 8 It "r" ; '
attend the business held '
( meetings
THINK SAILFISH: (Men's length division) Dr. Robert L. t (BUDDY)
J"I' a .'1"1 I JU "
Berger, Shartlesville, Pa., "Cartune, Captain Louie s.1
RALPH HARTMAN JR. CARD OF THANKS Lunn ........................ ....................,..................... aft. 1 In.. + rwv' u us

Our heartfelt thanks to all who AMBERJACK: Joe Cress, Stuart "Goodies," Captain" ;

1VIe" You Think extended comforting sympathy and Frank Csongcdi ,. ...................-................ 62 lb.
help in my recent sorrow. For the ARCTIC BONITO: Arthur L. Riven. Charleston, S. C.:, PRESTON I
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE beautiful service, floral offerings, "Gannett II," Captain A. A. Whlticar ................" 19 Ib 8 oz.
and other kindnesses I am deeply )
110 E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7-4600 I grateful. BARRACUDA: R. S. McGahce, Eau! Gallic, "Slipper r:
,811 (IUOI) Robert Schwarz II," Captain L. Buck .. .. ,...................................'.. 25 lb.

'I'W..... BLACK BASS: Carl J. Geyer, Columbus, Ohio ........ 9 lb. FORCOUNTY
BLACKFIN TUNA: Barbara S. Viehman, Melbourne
Beach, "Hobo," Captain Jack Whl car ................ 13 lb. 6 oz.

BLUEFISH: Monroe R. Schucht Lewiston, Pa. ........ 4 lb. 6 oz. .arr..tu.c
CONSTRUCTION ..
SAM RHODES BONITO: Bruce Sullivan Kissimmee, "Marybob III,"

LYE, Captain Bob Scrimsher ......,................................... 18 lb. 3 oz. COMMISSIONER

CHANNEL BASS: E. R. Loroff, Freemont Ohio ...." 21 lb. 8 oz.

ry t Rl i COBIA: AI Woodington Orlando, "Cartune," Captain
Louie Lunn .......................'.........'....................-.....; 34 lb. oz MARTIN COUNTY :

DOLPHIN: Earl Burbank, Omaha, Neb., "Spray II," ....
Capt Ray Young .....................................:...'....;:... 25 lb.

c GROUPER: Genevieve Schneider, Port Salerno "Big A VOTE FOR ME IS A VOTE FOR:

( Day," Catpain Locke ............,.........' ............."..... 55 lb. ..
JACK CREVALLE: C. E Schae/fler. South Hampton, 'IN. ..

.Y.. "Fran L," Captain Pete Robertson' ........' 31 lb. Fair Play in Government :

KING MACKEREL: O. S. Wood. Ann Arbor, Mich., Getter Zoning practices :

"Fran E," Captain Pave Strain .... .......'...... ...... 39 \jb. 8 oz.
A Road Improvement Program throughout the :
LADYFISH: Mrs.! Eloise. Maybury, Mount Airy, N.C. 3'3'lb.. 1 oz. ?
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county.
MANGROVE SNAPPER: Steve J. Stephens, Ocean
Breeze Park ............ ... ........... 6 b.4 ore 0 Mpre Recreational Facilities for young: people. :

POMPANO: Harry Miller, Jensen (Breach! ................ 6 lb. 6 oz. fe improved Beach facilities at South end of County. 4
RED SNAPPER: John C. Stetser, Wildwood N. J.. "Big
Day," Captain Locke ...........,. ... .. ....... 2$ 1b. 8 oz.: A park beaut if icat ion project. ;

SEA TROUT: Charles Hendricks, Stuart ..... ............_ 12 fb. 0 ipriesty, Integrity, Loyalty and Sincerity. !'

The "Valley Forge" in Legion Heights SHEEPSHEAD: Hugh E. Sheppard, Stuart .. ............. 9 lb. 13 oz. .

SNOOK: Amanda Kindig psc ta. 'Ind. .................. 31 I lb. I oz.
3 BEDROOMS J BATHS, FULL DINING ROOM, LARGE CLOSETS SPANISH MACKEREU Deryl RFWler, Orlando, ELECT A COMMISSIONER FOR ALL THE PEOPLE

"Cartune Captain Louie Lunn. ............... 7 lb. 8 oz.
Full Price IncludingLANDSCAPED SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz, Paookee ............ 2 lb. M

.I $12 500 LOT WAHOO: Paul A. Walker, Kobe Sound ......._........_ 85' lb.., ELECT LEWIS (BUDDY) PRESTON
WHITE MARLIN: Keith C Fesiler, Orlando, "Car-

FURNISHED MODEL OPEN DAILY tune," Captain Louie Lunn ............. ... ................. 56 lb.

rr{ PHIL BAKER. SALES. MGR TRIPLETAIL; John McDaniel Belmar, N.J. ........... 18, ty 12 oz. (rile' Folltlnl AJv.rtl m.nt) M
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