The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Many Reservations for Atlantic to Gulf Cruise,: I

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Expect 400 on Cross-state Trip I


I Big Increase /for ItJFiscal( l Year

Kick-off .. .,,
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Supper Is $5,000,000 in Road Work

e On Friday i Scheduled Here by State

Botilmcn from ten counties on -.
the cro\ll- llIte route and from as nB ,, at
fur away as Miami are expected .
to participate in a 100-boat) \ cruise ;. Add a New
from Atlantic, to Gulf Saturday and
I' ,J Sunday, '" ,

Close ti> 200( ) reservation have p,1
i been made for a kick-olf. ,supper at i Wi PoppletonCreek
J the Outrigger beginning!! at 7 p.m.
'I Friday, to be followed by briefings ss
OLD TIMERS: : at the Early Settlers' Association" which met at the W E Van Landingham. West Palm Beach; E II Lclourneau I a dunce and entertainment \ .
Stuart Youth Center included the above. Left Eden. and Theo of Beach. t's f
Saturday group to Tyndall West 1 Palm The !boats and 4H( expected ifad' SpanDuring
right are: W. F. Wolfe, St. Augustine: Roy Wolfe. Miami; Dr. passengers will leave Jensen Beach
--- and Stuart in the Okccchobcc" Waterways

Second Request from Bradshaw Interests ut twenty-seventh 8:30.:: 9:30: ) and anniversarycruise II a.m., r the 1964-65 fiscal year
New Folks From The Ihere will be In excess! of $5X)0-( )
on with slowest craft first intermediate
second, and fastest third. 000) in road work going on in Marlin .

RamblingReporter Sheriff patrol, Conservation County.
County Asked to Move for 1 Department and Coast 1 Guard Auxiliary This was reported at a meeting

trait will I aid visiting\ boats c t, r of the Martin County Commitsion '
in docking and I in taking off Sat Tuesday when tie Slut Road!
I urda": The sheriff' patrol will ae- r Department announced its budget
Right-of-way Down IslandA com puny the \boater to St. Lucie for the coming year,

lock and Coast Guard\ (>all will ,. Only surprise-and a pleasant
LAURENCE OF ARABIA' continue to Fort Myers. f. one for motorists' --in' the entire

SHOWING; AT LYRIC second plea for aid from the fer on the matter and decide on a Martin is similar to Tequesta and There will be stop at Indiantown 1"1IlL. 1"-,, .. :allocation J funs: and secon
"Lawrence of Arabia," the film Martin County Commission I in I course of action. It did not say it the Hunt Club Colony, and would Marina and Belle Glade, with an le ar" w dary, road was an additional:
of desert warfare for which Director obtaining necessary right-uf-way would\ start condemnation proceedings I consist mostly of high-type residences overnight slop at Clewiston, where illS FIRST snook was this thirty-lour-pauokr held proudly by (85,000( ( for the reconstruction of
David Lean won seven into the southern end of Hutchinson to obtain the right-of-way. a golf course, a clubhouse, the I Ilk* Club will be host. Captain Harry Reidel of Port Salerno Captain Reiilel was trolling one-lane Poppleton' Creek Bridgo
academy award, will show at the Island for a $20,000,000() de. I The development planned by and docking facilities. The boats will arrive at For with his wife and daughter lean, in M.mateo' Pocket when the on Palm City road in Stuart bettcr .

Lyric in Stuart Sunday through velopment was made b y the ._-- .--- Myers Yacht' Basin Sunday evening) Jumbo itnook struck at urouiul 7 pin Siittirduy. It was nearly S known as tho Hump Buck
Wednesday Lean also producedthe Charles Bradshaw interests at a and cruise members" will bo enter before he landed it on light liiiklc. Captain Reiilel spcclali/ed In llridge.
award-winning "Bridge On the meeting of the commission Tues At St. Joseph Academy Saturday taincd that evening by Lee County tuna fishing oil Long Island net or,o, coining to Salerno several: Much traffic to and front the

River Kwai." "Lawrence of Arabia"was day Chamber of Commerce years ago "but this was my first snook," lie said. turnpike uses the route; there have
filmed in Supcr-Panavision and Richard Geisinger, acting for been score of accident there-.
in Technicolor.! the Bradshaw interests and their 150 Go Underground HereIn -- -- and nearby resident frequently

O client Tequcsta, Charles, asked Martin the ,commissionto developerof Wright Applies Keating lives; It to Customs/ brake hold their tell breath of averted at the Squeal crashes.o( rf

TWO FINGERLINGSIRIPERS' : take step to condemn the necessary 24-Hour Defense Test Many giant .aciw-lraUers.Jm the
CAUGHTTwo right-of-way for road and F Underwater tl inky iipan. '
have water lines through Seminole 0 1M budget also. .earmarks funds
bass .
striped fingerling Stolen
"" Shores. t lames Rand foundation Stale CivjPDufeni* officinlsjMll ilies and u school-ago group a f .Scotch \ fur the construction of t"n.twomllct
Peen reported jll.retch\ weeks, ., .
Florida', largr"tKcltertest ;! children', Wilt enter at 2 Land Near Point x
One, a flve-incher, was caught on (enterprise lying to the north of oversee p.m. Sat-| ", r' of Stale Raid 714 (Martin
a hook and line at Jensen Beach, the Bradshaw property. !! to date when 150 Marlin County urday, emerge at 2 p.m. Sunday.They Grade) al a cost of $1.790.000.( ( and

and the most recent a four-incher, Geisinger. told the commission citi/ens will "go underground"at "with will maybe. subsist i tome on shelter extra' rations sandwiches Dr. Russell M. Wright, owner Returned to Miami three nine miles miles of north Allnpallah of' State Road Road front
was cast-netted and'released by that developer Martin has of Point
twenty. the St. Joseph! Academy Sewalls according to Director AI the original Lighthouse 710 to the St. Lucle
Robert Piketrf Stuart In the St. eight days before his option expires Point this weekend. Keaton. at the north end of Roosevelt '. ... ...'u, County lino
.t a oust ,
Lucie just! off WSTU last Saturday on the and some action has to the Trustees UIUVuuu.
Martin Hcuvelmans; chair. should be property taken soon to get right- I The hcltcrccs," including fam- 'There will he beds for the older Bridge of the Internal applied ImprovementFund A stolen load of Scotch; whisky Monday when Custom Agent MI. The budget also' Include $NX( ),.
man of the Izaak Walton League'a of-way through the Rand proper. folk, but the halo and hearty are for permission' to purchase received as much attention at Martin chad Romano, three more cue 000) hi fund allocated to St. Lucio
asked to bring blanket and be I toms and Metro police County for the
men a agen construction of the
bass committee
striped reported. ty. approsimatcly 2.56 acre of sub County jail Monday as a stagecoach
prepared to sleep on cots or the accepted the load back. Allanaltah Roud north from
The fingerlings are assumed to be Commissioner! Herbert Bnincr, No Dredging or floor. merged land in the North Fork of load of gold bullion back Martin thin
the progeny of striped base plant. who was appointed earlier by the the St. l Lucia River and on the It was formally transferred to County line, which will
In the days when robbers infested the
ed in the North Fork of the St. commission! to contact Rand, told Religious services will be conducted west bank of his pro,, rly. their custody by Stale Beverage I mean completion of the road
Fill South of for all faiths the West. Director Richard Keating, who all the way to Fort Pierce.
Lucie by the Game & Fresh Water Geisinger he had spent considerable Sunday morn City I Manager Joe Crowder
Fish Commission last winter. time in an effort to obtain ing. passed the information to Cily Transferred here from/ Miamiin Hew down from Tallahassee The Included In the Martin County
"There In no certainty yet that theplanting the rightof-way, or an amiable Sewalls PointWilliam State Area Director CommanderBuck Commission Monday in the shape a huge trailer truck on April toad was carefully Inventoried by secondary road funds! budget I Is
$4I9,0X( ( for
h a I effectively taken solution, but reported Rand as ( ) Buchanan of West Palm of a letter and sketch. The sketch 16 in a cloak and dagger thief. Beverage Department agent and the construction: of
root: said Heuvelmans, "but saying that !he had made a Beach and State Shelter Officer Indicated that fill would be addedon heats-thicf; operation sponsored Marlin County sheriff's deputies lant'oua& Whitney Road and misccl-
we are greatly encouraged." to Pradshaw but Bradshawhad proposition R. Kidd. director of the George Curling of Jacksonville' Ihe west side/ of the property by> the Suite Beverage Department Not a bottle was missing from t the liemi lumped under the
the 1,000( ( ( had been spirited J 12.000( () fifths project. Tho cost of the 10.4 miles!
not replied.Bruner Internal Improvement Fund, has will observe the test but not closer than 100 feet lo the of the
further stated he did not indicated to the Palm Beach Com existing' bulkhead line which var- out of a duck warehouse under Six Miami area men face charges Pratt & Whitney'Road" le I
REMINDER:: : TO FRIENDS I' feel it was the business of theCounty pany, a division of Bessemer Prop- its 'between roughly ISO and 250 he eyes of U. S. Customs men. ranging from grand larceny lo hated 210000.In the The remaining $209,000::
OK CARROLL BISHOP feet from the shoreline. Nu one has said how-and didn't. possession of stolen blank driv project Include plan
I Commission to become I involved jrties!, that he will approve a fill Ocean Boulevard [ sing and
A 1960 Martin County High I : in the matter since none of with modified bulkhead line, at Chuck Kindred, president of the -- ._- -- .. er's licenses." Ocean rlghtvf-way for the Salerno -
School graduate now in the Army the property involved is county the easterly side of High Point sub local chapter of the I/auk Walton The whisky-laden truck was Road. East Ocean Bridge FOil Brown
would like to receive letters from owned property.Geisinger division.But Width Is ReducedFor league. present at the meeting, Clearing of Lot driven buck to Miami" under heavy dims Avenue, North Boulevard St. Lucle Ca.In-
friends here. He is: Private Car. I responded that he Kidd specified, dredge material commented that plum and unecV-!; guard to be placed In l bonded: sal Road and extension of West
roll W. Bishop, US 53388534. Student bad received word from Rand but must be removed from the New fica lion. of any proposed filling warehouse 'arm Road
Company S, USA SESCS that Rand had required in exchange right-of-way of the Intracoastal I' Building would be obtained a* a preliminary Brings ChargesAt How ...ellih. commission thought
Fort Gordon, Ga. If you can man- improvement of Rand's undeveloped Waterway. the 11. Board for an Road Board Member
age the address, write him a friendly I land, payment of road And it must I be "specifically understood I A release of fifty feet of county- ecological survey of the area. County Meet Charles Siphon han had treated the county Mona-wan

letter costs, furnishing water and other that t the Trustee of the I owned right-of-way on East:: Ocean Won Speaking evidenced when I the board Instruct.
ir items amounting to about $500- Internal Improvement Fund will Boulevard near Atlantic Court \Vas ed County Attorney Dean Tookero
MRS PORTER GETS 000.( He said that this would not : not now or later, convey any of I Apartments was approved by the Worker HurtIn Mr. Dorothy Coiilanl. Port Contest TuesdayCharles write a letter to Monahan e*-
POPE'S BLESSING be acceptable to Bradshaw or Mar. I the submerged lands on the south Martin County Commission Tuesday Fall on SpanA cwall, charged Tuesday thai enforced Martin (Continued on Page 2-A)
tin. end of Sewalls Point." I to allow the construction o f lot clearing of property owned Sipun County
Mil Ethel 1 Porter, pioneer Stuart Commission Chairman Frank an apartment house by StuartHighland Fort taudcrdulu man, admit. mother, Mrs, F. D. Jones Senior High' Iwelllh.gr der, won
: :: Added to these stipulations
resident, of 287 North Colorado Wacha told Bruner that he felt I the statement that no was Towers Inc ted to Martin Memorial Hospital rder I in the culling down:: of i the $IS first !prime in the Martin
Avenue, was granted an Martin County does have interest property The 200( feet of Soil Conservation District's annual Powell Guy Is
an would be sold between the county own/ ) Tuesday morning a* the result of npcnsivo'Palmllnd valuable flow- I
Apostolic Blessing by Pope Paulat in the $20.000,000 development and the existing bulkhead line I right-of-way along the boulevard :i fall while working i on Roosevelt ring plants. speaking contest, held at Stuart
the Vatican on April 29, because, it is on I aside under Junior High School auditorium on
set the Act,
a progressive step the west side of High Point or Murphy Bridge. was reported In good condition She asked that! County Engineer, Osceola County
for the and would mean and under the of the Tuesday afternoon.
county regulation Wednesday.
directly south of the tip of Sew. Fred Bell "be censured" for ordering -
AN. ANALYSIS OFTOURNEY considerable future tax revenue. alls Point which would block I Internal Improvement Board. According to Patrolman Harry the mowing "and sending Jack Samcck, ninth grade won
Wacha said be believed the The commission decided the remaining Barnes, who investigated: Lewis slop the $10 I second prim, and Rundy Wreck VictimHenry
WINNERSAn dredging and filling or a cause I bill for $45 for clearing I the
I commission should reconsider its 150 feet of right-of-way Tucker, fifty-six, missed his footing Hicks! another ninth-grader, the
small islands south of She asked of
to two yard revocation
analysis of twenty-eight winners 'Involvement, and if it found it knot way would be ample for its future needs and fell four or five feet into third price of $7.50.
the Point, also owned the the ordinance and -
in Stuart Sailfish Club' win involved, then perhaps it could by I even if the boulevard i is eventually he concrete housing for the draw- mowing eomilaincd 1 he subject of the speeches: was Powell Guy, sixty-four
ter tournament show that six came act as a mediator. Phipps four-laned. pan machinery. On arrival at the of "persecution by a neighx "The Development' and Use. of ndiantown. died Monday night/
from "Mis&ile Country; nine were Geisinger stressed to the commission hospital, Tucker wa found to >r. Our District's !Soil and Water Resources when his car went out of control
Martin County residents! ; two came that his client would be More Aid I have sustained a compound fracture Mrs. William Appleton, a neightor / for Today and Tomor and crashed In Osceola County
from other parts of Florida; and willing to purchase the right-of- Legal :ZONE ADS MUST of the wrist a cut on the called the lot "a terrible eye row" The ion and grandson of Baptist
only eleven were from other states. way for the county as set by condemnation Accepted in City I !SPELL: OUT CHANGES' head, and a bruised shoulder sore" before the' mowing. Bell re-I minister hi St. Cloud. Guy wasa
There are various conclusions that pay all legal fees, pave SuitAn I All advertisement of public ported that he had received sev.eral II f I.ASS MC.Iir DA'IE rancher when he moved from
can be drawn from this: ((1)I) Florida -alt road, and pay the costs of .Hospital hearing on zoning matter will complaints about it. I j I NOW MONDAY MAY 25i Belle Glade lo Indlantown twenty
missile! workers form an im- bringing water into the area. spell out the designated changes LORAN STATION 1101.1)5OPEN A healed exchange ensued I years ago. For the last twelve yean
portant part of our fishing tourism The commission! agreed to con- itt nuisance offer abatement of legal assistance suit in to be considered In all future newspaper HOUSE SATURDAYThe which was calmed when Commission i I Rather than clash with the' date h. had operated Indiantown Gro-
(Continued on Page 2-A) against legal advertising. The Mar. LORAN Station at Jonathan Chairman Frank Wacha asked i of the second primary election: the eriei..
Martin Memorial Hospital was acttpted tin County Commission ordered Dickinson State Park will hold Commissioners Herbert Bruner | /graduating' class of Martin County He survived by his wife, Daisy;
Road EquipmentSmashes by.. the City Commission clarification at its meeting Tues open house to the public from 10 and Jack Sdundcrvm to investi- I Sunior High has changed Us Clas* 11 daughter, Mr*. Glory Fay Ray.
Monday 4 16 and at the next meeting Night lo Monday, May 25, at 7:30i : mail!, and five grandchildren, all
Twisting Auto Walter Crowell, who resides day. There have been complaints a.m. to p.m. Saturday, May Pte; report I of
i p.m. at the school: gymnasium. Indiantown,
Dfale on ommiwion of changes ought Armed Force Day.
the offered the aid
I near hospital .. ._ Funeral service will be held at
JACK: JAMES A piece of heavy road-making of attorney Raymond Ford 0 f -- akeview Baptist Church. Ken.
\ CUWBOt -J equipment plowed into a car park. Fort Pierce and Arthur C. Clonls nsvllle at 2 ,
Five Counties Would Govern Atlantic-Gulf Route p.m. Friday, May 15.
ed at Sam Maries JIll tuition at of Stuart free of charge to the
When I visit an elderly shut-in, U. S. 1 and South Dixie Highway commission.! The commission .
I can't help but think "Will tomonrow's Tuesday.afternoon about 345.: greed that the two attorney shouldaid Last We.k'a W.ath.r

society let" me go needing According 14 Stuart police. Carter City Attorney T. T. Oughter- New District Sought HereThe r.mp'tur. HJ.,.ft Low Kalarall
for little
a care Just! ted me, how Waterway ,
Terry driver of the equipment Mon "
are we going to said that bi* electric steering point* ::, !i :: :::
improvt out con stuck 10 that he lost control. Damage WQ I H' "
4 .,, ditions M long to the car, owned by Lerone APPROVE RE/ON1NG: Okeechobce: Waterway may i the Florida Board of Co"rva.1 of the Florida State Road Department Improvement of l locks: replacement:clear .......,. 11 It .es u .II. ..10..o
c ,u- as they are us Burgess Sr Sewallf Point but unoccupied SR 76 TRACT be governed by a new five-county. I lion and the Canal Authority of ; Colonel George Kumpe, of bridge lo give greater a.us II II ....
ing so much: eddollar was? estimated at $900. The Martin County Commission navigation district If petition lobe the State of Florida. manager of the West Coast Inland ance, and general: Improvement to ".-... i.m.rd./ ...., ".1.
our tax : approved reroning from Interimto considered: here Friday i u :car: Here for the conference, in advance Navigation District; and spur both commercial and recreation Titian aIn' "
\ lo sh .ot off Commercial I a lot on State ried through to a successful con. of the Boat-a-cade: will be nel Herman Schull CoI"1 uses trots terra W.t.' nw Wa'INIJCT
k l those billion-dol BOAT LICENSE Road 76 Just outside the Smart city clusion. Colonel H. C. Gee, president of Florida Inland Navigation I It will propos that a districtboard : a.le. use. r.K C CMp
lar Roman candies HELPS SCHOOLS limits State Florida Association trict of directors be appointed If sins 11:11alt M*
and adjacent to the Florida'ower waterway authorities, meet- Waterways ; a., :.laaa
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? We could The Mantis County Board of and Light Company sub ing at 2 at the communityroom Paul Franklin, president of Okeec The' petition will cite the in1'1 from Martin Palm Beach, Hendry., 11 sill' ,5a.r
be building something constructive Education hat received $3,848 station. The commission did not of LamF National Bank ho bee Waterway Association; Portland of the Allanti Glades and Lee Counties to supervise ..., is :_:.ladIAI Ill l..a, 111, iii3ll8
on earth with that money (God from the State of Florida as the say what' was to be constructedon of Stuart, are expected to initiate Honorable Randolph Hodges, director waterway linking Stuart and the new agency. No mention/ 11 ti1,51:
,bless all shut-in and] make their county schools share of boat license the lot. Realtor Bill Berry made the request for a new governmental : of Florida Board of ConBcrvauon Hymn tying in with other vital s was made to to whether taxes :: t. : 1:11 au. : : ;
burden: light.) fees the zoning Chang request i agency which would be set up by : ; Tom Jennings, engineer state waterways!" and the need for might be levied.: bw.Ui ,., .4

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V TilE STUART (Tla) NEWS Si lucie Canal Bridge and ap dell and children and Mr and Mrs. NOTE CORRECTIONS
Ihnrsdari May 14, 1964 preaches at Indiantown $7W.OM( (): 1 Charles Mog n> all of West Palm In the article about the meeting
miles of Martin Grade. OBITUARIESEDWARD Beach were Sunday visitors ,
twenty-two lr-r-! of the Junior Woman' t I u i
MORE ABOUT $1.790()(); nine miles ot Alia .... .1.1"- J KEY aLB CAR WASH on Page I-B of this IBHU the
pattah Road $700( ,000) : bridge and
LEO COY ALL DAY SATURDAY name of the Martin County librar-
approaches Popplcton
$$5,000,000 in 585fIfiO? A solemn requiem Mast was \ The Key Club of Martin County ian Is Incorrectly stated It should
Bond projects: Bascule bridge celebrated' in St.: OMumba Churth wura r High School will sponsor a carwash read Miss Elizabeth Thalman
Road ProjectsBy and approach on Jensen Beach In tehcneclady, N Y.. on May 2 at the Gulf Station on U. S. rather than Miss Blanche fhal.
Causeway $872.000 I near Stuart Shopping Center
for Edward Leo Coy eighty-six
I The State Road Department indicated who died on April 29 in Ellis Hospital this Saturday from 9 i.m. until i man.
State Here projects beyond the planning after a long illness. .!!. local Proceeds will he used to send I In the Curls State article on Page
and engineering stage wotik Mr. Coy. who lived wilh his i Key Club delegates to the I 2-B Jan Leighton is listed as e i
he under contract December national conference in Dallas Tex.. senior, she is a Junior at Martin
by F
(Continued from Page 1 I-A) daughter Mrs Samnucl S Bordof J. ..
,,19M. 926 Maple Avenue Schenectady ._ I this summer. County _High
pressing; the "warmest feelings" of I was born ID Burlington Vt -- w __ ___ n ___:.II
the commission. He moved to Saratoga Springs
The project approved are item- where he was employed is i can
!tied below, and include all work Hear McCormickOn dy maker Later he moved to Stuart L r -In 6i4SSI
and activities that will be going where he and his wife the late fr tuart. IOW II MR
on in Martin County during 1964- Mrs Daisy H Swenor Coy, hianagcd A 7(20
65 I Hotel.He r
the former Victory
The Men's Garden Club of
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Secondary Funds: Martin Grade Stuart held Its final meeting of the was a charter member of the --
right-of-way, $10,000() ) ; pave State : season at the agricultural buildingon Stuart-Jensen Flks Lodge Six ytars Friday. Saturday, Sunday
Road 707A from the cast span May 5. The newly-formed club ago, Mr. Coy moved to Schenectady -. 1 ...... ..
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of the Jensen Beach Bridge to At I IA, will resume meeting on Oct. 6. .w -' '
$40H( ). pave Bridge Road, Hohe Howard McCormick of Rio Besides his daughter he is IIIr- Rock .1
Sound from U S. I Ito AI A, SIB i Nursery gave an illustrated talk vived by two sons George Et
MX) ) *; pave St lucie Road from U. I on Air-layering," and presenteda Coy of Albany and Raymond Li \
S. I to AI I A, Port Salerno, $20.- number of air-liiyenng kits as Coy of Lake Worth; seven grand }Hudson .'\
000; pave Commercial Street i i n. prices children and two great>grindchildrcn. 1 i r s : ,
Jensen Bench from the Florida Forty-su' charter members were ljJ '
Fast Coast Railroad to AlA $J- present! and gratification was expressed Interment was in Mount St. 101seph's v', Paula tit .,.
000) ( Pratt A Road andmiscellaneous Cemetery Bristol Vt.JUK .
; Whitney at the success of the new = ,
items, $419,000. organization. LANCE Prentfss r 'i'
Primary Road Funds: U. S. 1 "r )
completion In Stuart $270000( ) ; I Central Spain is a tableland Jack Lane, fifty-seven, a teal ':. s
East Ocean Boulevard $40,000; mostly without trees dent of 605 Australian Avenue, ;r. a
----- North Stuart died at Martin Met MRS. HARRIS IOWFRY SR., seated right, was hostess at her home In St. Lucia Estates: to Delta fJ
,..--- -- .- --- ----- ------- mortal Hospital Tuesday May 5, Kappa Gamma, educational sorority. Saturday May 9. Officers are. left to right, seated Mrs. Sue UfftRSIL) intuit
after a brief illness He was a native Alderman, president, Okecchobcc; standing Mrs Ruth Douglas, Vero Beach parliamentarian; Mrs.

NICHOLSON'S resident of Virginia here for and the had past been twenty a Beth Link corre'pondinllllCcretarYI Mrs Zilluh Kindred, treasurer; Mrs Helen B. Keller Fort Pierce, G JRsoN S Mequi Q { -i

years. He was a member of the second vice president Not pictured are Mrs Marianna Moody. Fort Pierce first vice president, and
SHIP'S LANTERN Stuart Chamber of Mrs. Rea Hunt. Okcechobcc. recording secretary.
He is survived by :lJ
Italian-American Restaurant
etta Lange, of Stuart.
Funeral service were held In Becky Riddle, Hollywood spent JJl II
Specialising In- Johns Funeral Home Chapel Sat the weekend as guest of the Alton I I lfJl '
urday at 2 p.m., with Rev, Norman PALM CITY NEWS Whitcsides She attended the J un-
ior-Senior Prom with, Marc I la _
PIZZA and SEAFOOD B. Feaster, All I Saints Episcopal
Church of Jensen Beach, officiating. MRS. ANiTA WHITE Correspondent 287-5582 Whiteside ;,

Burial was In Fern Hill Memorial __ .__ __ BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30:
'"" '* "" N. PERSONALS;

PACKAGE STORE MRS RUTH EVELYN Palm City Has Oldest Woman Mr. and Mrt. Richard Dillon, Yllg CONTINUOUS:\ FROM 1:15
BROTHERLY Libertyville, III, are visiting Mrs. SATURDAY and SU1XDVY

FAMILY NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY Mrs. Ruth Evelyn Brotherly Pioneer SettlersMrs. Barbara Korelka.Mr. .
(I/4 Mile From. Shopping Center) sixty-two, of Charlotte Street, Rio Among Early I and Mrs. Mark Baker !spent Wednesday through Saturday
ROUTE 76 AT 7-97J1 STUART died al Martin Memorial Hospital three days last week In Bradenton.
Saturday morning, 9. She was Bell Ross, eighty-seven, and is a descendant of Eli! Simmons While there they called on Hazel ..................... ,.................. ......
- 0- _____ __ ___ __ 0._ ._ a native of Mt Pa.. and who lives on Tenth Street was the She has been a residentof Sisson, who sends regards to '
had been a r. for the oldest woman pioneer present at Palm City since 1925. friends here. {This IsJulie. : j i It's the same kids..,1

FRANCESLANGIURIYSOO1 (] () past She ten is survived years. by her husband the tlers'annual Association three-county get-together Early Set-at Mrs the most Ross members won a prize of Her for family having Mrs. Helen Eng, Beaufort, S C., : TflT f I the same beach... i
a former resident, is a guest of "
the Youth Center, Sat seventeen answering f female
Rio Stuart on present a
George Brotherly of ; one i i :
sister, Miss Alice Keffer of Ug- urday. roll call. Those '
Rev. Lawrie I. writes
RIGGER-I omer and, Pa.Cilcsoncr, and two Keffer brothers, Llgonier Chester She came to this section In 1894 were daughter: Mrs., Mrs.W, B Jack Ziglcr Mason, Miami San Cleveland friends here, Ohio.that he Sharp is cold in i : je'er.:1/ : '11;j I party's gotMUSCLE! }

,- RESTAURANT? .Pa Diego, Calif., granddaughter; Mrs. : man! : .." .. ........
Funeral W Jacobs Pensacola, great-grand .
services were held in Women's Fellowship; Mr. and Mrs! Thomas Robertson .
JENSEN BEACH THE INDIAN Johns Funeral Home Chapel at daughter, and her daughter Lathe Miami spent Saturday with : 0 6 : : .
ON RIVER AT .... .
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2 p.m. Tuesday, with Rev. Neil Installs OfficersThe Mrs. Ross's great-great-granddaugh the Clifford Pcttys. 0 .1 l' _.
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LANCFORD MARINA AND VILLAS Gunsalus, Trinity Methodist I ter making five generations represented i .. .. ,7"
Church of Jensen Beach officiating Women's Fellowship, which Susie Diefendoerfer and Cheryl : \, : t' .,. .__
Burial was in Fern Hill Memorial Includes the Anna laura Circle Mrs. Ross has five children, Williams, Miami visited Mrs..Anita U : '-'('; -- .
DINNERS ONLYOPEN Cemetery. for young women, I installed officers and through five generations has White and family Saturday : 1 ..B.' 1((
at the regular I meeting on ; five great.great-grandchildren. night Mr. and Mrs David Cau- ; '
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AT S P.M. FOR COCKTAILS .. L Wednesday May 6 at the Congregitional ,' i .(

Dinner, dally, seven day. a w.rk-6 to 10 p..... MORE ABOUT Church. Teen Club Elects : mar andiSe! : -
LUNCHES DISCONTlNUFD ,FOR SUMMER: The officers were: Mrs leona -. ,
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SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES ON MFNU \ RamblingContinued Smith I t.rresidentt; 'Mrs 'Oracy Palm City Teen Club electednew '. .,,( :... .. ... IJ
vice. ( .,
Wolfe, president Mrs Joyce officers at its Saturday, May 13"f \
"Where the Stars Meet > Robertson second vice president: : t '''
9 dance. { "I
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Mrs. Adella Chmtman treasurer; -' '
__ 0 .___ __ h __ __. ( From Page I-A) Mrs Clara I Jerome, secretary; Mrs The'cluh meets and dances every <:;. \
.. ._ Saturday night in the civic
[ .4 .A; Mrs Allen I0000Bieeps meet 5,000 BirMria.
Jane Each and Carolyn .
center Ninth Street Teen-agers
I on ,
local fishermen are Mrs. Vermelle .
picture; (2)) hospitality; of the be mem
SHRIMP FRY the best fishermen and (3)) Jocal Baker, Christian education; Mrs. ben, but o'hei7ro may surrounding : FRANKIE AVALON'AMftlCANINTIIIN ANNmE fUNICElLO j Ytl
fishermen should have the (grace Charlene Mmear spiritual life; sections are welcome to attend.
not to compete In tourist! promo Mrs. Winifred Mead material aid, A small entrance fee is collectedat I fuiPA1tIf
ALL THE SHRIMP tion fishing contests, and. Mrs. Nettie Rowe social action the door. The youngsters havea sC1EB :

I nice time and are chaper : .
$169 >lrt. Marion Gicrsbach installedthe l very / TIONM.WMIN' COLOR .
oned. .
YOU CAN EAT officers. Twenty-one memberswere .
COMING TO TOWN present The officers are Patty Zarmts, Sunday through Wednesday
president; Carolyn Dodge vice
Abolutely unconfirmed, but t Mrs Barbara Kozelka the out-
Dottie Newhouse secretary
a French Fried Potatoes peeped to us by a reliable bird ,Ding president was thanked for president and Judy Moore treasurer.
Tender Hush Puppies who gets around it grapevine word her work and gracious manner in All members are urged to attend BEST$ preI.uRE IHE YEAH I
which she conducted the Fellowship
that Publix Market is being considered this coming Saturday as a A "round" with lack of loser -
Creamy Cole SlaW / for the large triangle of : business this past year. new set of rules have been drawn f. "
and in downtown Stuart bounded I up and are to be voted on, Re. ance can really be the finish, 'WINNER OF A

Tartar Sauce by newly four-luned U."S. 1 and. JOHN PATTFRSON HAS freshments will be served. whether B'. a large liability suit ...., t 7ACADEMYWI
Palm City Road The land was recently I I

I I Wed., May 13th through'Sat, May 16th f ft cleared. i Mrs. Margaret Homan held a SEA GATE HARBOR NEWS or an under-Insured burned bus* .i'/ A"" ., I AWARDS Iitl I II
supper Friday night in honor of lne*. place It can be the knock \ '" tJ
CARL BECKER GETS : John Patterson's birthday. The J. M. Hoffncr. Salisbury N. 'C., I
out blow! Why not check
-At the New- ZENITH AID AGENCYCarl supper was complete with cake is visiting his son and family, the
and candles. H. C. Hoffners. wW ns? .
Becker the distributor of{ r ,
Acousticon hearing aids in Port An arrangement of snapdragons Mr. and Mrs Richard Webb. s umbpictumgesenb
DOROTHY VERNON In all colors was the table centerpiece l> \ Co "
Pierce has been given the fran Colonial Heights, Va., were guestsof --
chile for Zenith hearing aisle In this Earl Homan showed slides Mr. and Mrs. William Bishoplast /tr SAM SPIEGEL DAVID
RESTAURANTON area. Becker says that the added of interesting scenes taken in the week.
line of hearing aids will give hima state NDJ
SOUTH .US. NO. 1 FORT PIERCE wider range of fittings plus mord Others present were: Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Ed Corlcy Spring R. JOHNSON
styles to choose from. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. W L. held, N. J., are visiting Mr. and
-- --- Mr. and Mrs Walter Homer Mr. and Mrs.
--- ------ -- Browse and son, Dick,
Mrs John Moschell and Mrs Youst, Hollywood, were weekend AGENCY :
I Earl Homan. guests.! } q

Charming' Homes -Superb Location. Realtor and Insurance t ..JAcn JOSE FERRER ALEC C' I


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U.S. 1 +- Yz mile north of the St. Lucie River NOW at

(Roosevelt> Bridge# ; Turn West at Powell's Diner

Follow North Shore Drive y mile to Bahama Terrace MILAN'SRESTAURANT


7 TODAY :!

I .... t Next to Bowling Lanes Jensen Beach

BUCK BLACKMAN manager, points to opening date of the new
Port Salerno, Grocery as Glenn Wettzbarier meat manager, and SATURDAY ONLYIN -

rtuaat ANA Robert H. Lear Randy Cooper, produce manager look on.SEYMOUR'S. ADDITION TO OUR REGULAR MENU WE WILL FEATURET.BONE

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___ PREMISES The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks SIRLOIN STRIPSTEAKS $1 95

I; P.O. BOX 19&4 AT 7.0635 j


Substantial Down Payment Price of Entree Includes Potatoes, Chef's Tossed Salad and

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.........,.. cy...... rirr vn 1Rt C Finrldo) E33'S Thnrcda; )'. Hay 14, 1944 JjL T
Ordinance Mrs. Dennis Hudson Jr. Is w r--. e 0\ '" .. w n., 'IV'. ..a.. 'lylr '

Amendments Are I I Head of Women Voters LeagueThe ').\ .,L. $4';..t .. 't "... <)j4.. r .:, 1. : :::u," ,. City Hearing Set June 16th IOn

). rL .. ; 1r14U1. tpnJ t." OtJ lilb"h" 'R( tjFryt'It I Street Assessment Plan I
Agreed UponAfter League of Women Voters elected: Mrs. Dennis) Hudson' ft, .\ \ .., .,r' I
held its first business meeting following president, Mr*. Mary Hartman, .. '
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its organization at the Martin first vice president: Mrs. James : : ': ? : r Stuart City Commission Men tion, which will also pay f<* the
more than one hour discuvsion County Public Library Monday Hutchinson, second vice president; v:. ; .'" :. I danifclt set Tuesday June 16 maintenance and repair of none
Monday evening. the City afternoon, May II. I Mrs. Stephen Schmidt treasurer; Commission agreed! to several I So far, the organization his Mrs M W. Rear, director; Miss ; r' r'a,., hearing pertaining, to special rood street The 1 Issue Wilt be secured
amendments of the ,
proponed" signordinance thirty.nine paid members Jean Roos Mrs. Ray Lorenz, Mrs, U q- ,;,. Ih improvement assessments'. by the FbirKfa Power and Light
as prepared by the Mrs Zola Swarthout nominating J. C Brooks Fort Fierce, and If: > Twenty city streets will he in- Company franchise tat, estimatedat l
Planning Advisory hoard. and committee chairman presented Mrs Wilbur Forrest directors ) ,', eluded in the plan and they are between J22IXX and $24000anmMtHy
the '
passed; amended ordinance on the slate of officers who were Five more directors may be appointed / lI.t,1) in a lean. I advertisement elsewhere .
its first reading by title only. by the executive hoard rr.: '. in todays Stuart News. the assessment will be on a front
Representatives of the sign in A budget of $350 wu adopted t. \ \\tli'\" ," \''I'' The assessment pint and plans foot hails, not to exceed $2 a foot,
dustry had been requested to forward billboards met with only partial it was presented by Mrs. W Ira .iL ) h yr 4' and specifications of the proposed Assessments may be paid in cash
suggested amendment in success, the limit being changed Williams) budget chairman. \ impnnenunts are on file and maybe when the improvements are com
writing prior to Monday's meet. from 128 square feet to 200 square Mrs. Mardee St Clair and Mrs. .J. : r> 'J inspected at City Hall pitted and accepted, or may be
:ing, and they were present in force feet after the sign men had point Hutchinson, bylaw I committee > 4 The special assessments! shall not paid over a period of three yearsat
to discuss them. ed out that the material used for > exceed two-thirds of the total ewi i 6 per cent Interest on the unpaid
which ,
chairmen bylaws
presented \
The main bone of contention billboards usually came in ten.foot I. mated I cost of $129000( The other i balance.
the necessity of employing an engineer lengths. were adopted .- : ( : ; one.third l will he paid by the The owners of all land abutting
to design all roof signs, bill Other amendments, generally Assisting at the meeting. advisor ''l. 11 / J I I eit>' out of ii 1180 t .000 revenue bond Ion the road improvement will boassessed

boards over forty square feet in conforming t to State Road Depart M>rl ami Spivey coordinator West Palm was Beach Mrs., ; 7/i At :(f'" :, > JA I issue, prcscntlx pending_ ._valida i.' _I, _____
have ,
area: projecting signs over twenty. ment requirements pole signs state board member ... ..' ,, I I
four square feet in area and signs and fixed projecting signs limited league ... ,. W '., ''' -
of unusual' construction came to to two feet inside the curb lino The next meeting will he June PLAN NOW TO ENJOY
a happy ending for the sign men and not less than nine feet above 4 at 7:10 p.m.NOMtN'S r I .J. ,1..' .. '. ft// I

It was agreed that provided sufficient the grade of a sidewalk \ / ." "' 'J :, \\1 I A KAY ARNO esco.tedNEW Oita'
data was furnished to the The Ordinance, with the amendments SOCIETY MEEtSThe r. t
city building.inspector for him to included will he given its ... ''t. '
Woman of th '
be able to decide if such signs complied second and final reading on Monday I First Methodist Church Society will hold e .. .. oJ.. "'=' YORKWORLDS

with the Southern Building May 25. I Us regular meeting Tuesday, May '&1. ,',' ; I' ;' /'" I
Code II 1 I'\'Q.J: 4
no need be .
engineer employed I 19 at 9:30: am at the church. II" .j ; : ; \ .;:. I
U. S farmers spread $1,500- I 1 his will be the pledge service and -'. : "! ,' ) W,' !. ,' ',;
An effort to remove all limitation 000000 worth of fertilizer and Ruth Circle will be hostess for l '.. '.''r .t. f e r I l \' ,M I>'I dJotf1CFR :t, I
from the maximum size of lime on their field each Year. coffee ,,.., \ .. ., FAIR

of the n\\ll} formed League 0'' Women Voters art'. front raw left 10 right: Mrs Dennis

Hudson Jr. I'n'I':1I1 Mrs." M.I" 1I.lrlmlln. fit'! vice president: Mrs Lime, Hutchinson! !second vice
rresident Back mw Mrs Stephen Schmidt. tnalrcr; Mr. M. W R'lr.< htisa" Jean Rohs anti Mrs I

r M.bi iroaettry A.e A Ray lorenz, directors Mrs. W. ForrC\t and Mrs. J. C. Brooks n. Pierce, directors. were not present 9 DAY DELUXE TOURS
eWi.'r .
LRAVINO EVraV SATURDAY. ........."' Mnr IH Sera eh. tans .* rot
Woman's Club to .M.t. Yoill.. .noy| SIX:> NIGHTS In. the....,i.w.-.l hol. l AMFRILANA.,. .. .... ..4
city SQUIRE h... ....rv .l .i.n. lh r .ho "TO
These Are Official BROADWAY WITH I.OVE"I "WONDER.WORLD." $2000000 .poe.I.|
Meet ", ." ., .
WednesdayThe wltll .lcl ann mr on t ICFTRAVAGANZA Pick Button a iupr mtt .
Bl..* U 1t.RONTIF.R. PALACF of T.... Polllont unrh In"tmitd
regular meeting/ of theN HAWAIIAN th. POLYNPSIAN ,1HOW CONTINElS'TAtl

VotesFinal ontan"* Club of Stuart will he MONURAII' CIKCtl.S.HIDE. ,1.,!,.IU so..fEwrrr.. ......1...,..FLORIDA nil ana!.'POHrolSP. G. .Id. Book SHOW, W.;]
First Primary >lnd mlovMUSIC
held Wednesday, Molt 20 al 12:30 HAIL h. |>lu> So ln| WASHINGTON .oj "F.r.wdlDlpn.e" .
p m. A sack: lunch will precede MI nturHli .

and official returns of las F. Suumlcrson. 3075.: John B. the meeting >( SfREAMIIMD TRAIN RFCtlMNO (OOflSFA1 i
Tuesday's first prunarv) election MacArthur 1. 06; Lewis B. Preston new Committee club chairmen will he mtrotluced for the i-rr iucst Palm Beach or Orlando )*;

canvassed Wednesday did l not 1 974 and clan for year(the coming year will OTHER TOURS TO ALASKA MEXICO AROUND.THE.WEST -
change the outcome of local: races Commissioner, District 5-Timer *.
'We drove milesto he dIlICU+ed. Alt member are reo EASTERN CANADA AKOUKO THE.WOWLB AND EUROPE
3.243 in Martin County. Powers, 2,690, W. ,F. Underhill min Voters In the second primary Jr. 2.14DJustici ember( the business meeting willha
make a about May 26 will choose between Mai- of Peace DUffict 2- I held on the third Wednesday 1 I
our lory 1.. Johnson and Dean Tooker Harvey 1'iley 2.020:! ; John A. Weth- of the month ARNO Ttaoel Agency
in the Martin County judge race. Ington, I.397, Kenneth Stimmell
Super Turbine transmission In: the justice of the peace.District 1272.. the \ al Maridcland -
4 race Harvey Plley and JohnA. Constable District 2-7omWethmtton of Honda, hit given 216 SOUIII DIXIK; KRUEttFR BLOC. STUART, AT 7.4640
Wethmgton are in the run-off 2.2SO:; Ralph Ward. birth to font calves unce 195(1( SEMEN Hr\CIf T".WS' TORT PIERCE: 4641250Refrigerator
A run-off election is also on tap 2198 Her current offspring. named
for the District 4 constable race Constable District 4-David i Oordo," )h now. _four_ yenrs old -.
between David Gale and Frank Gale I HO: Frank Snipes 134;
Snipes.In James F. Highy, 149. I
You the gubernatorial race Jacksonville In t the Republican race for the \\',\:\, ," "" .
do it the to the
can on way grocery store\\ Mayor Haydon Hums and nomination for governor, Martin r I.
Miami Mayor Robert King High! Counts) Republicans voted along 'I
Would.. drive a Bulek with a Super Turbine trannmiBilon Yoo 1 bML will face each other In the runoff with the majority cf other Florida '.
Turbine traiumiMion all the way from Obviously you aren't J planning Ufdrfy Burns ran second in Martin Republicans. Charles Holley received "" Sfe:
Pasadena to New York City just to win 3.243 miles to prove your new Buick .U County and High' ran third 270 votes; H. B. Foster1, 93, J .. ,
Clan C In the Mobil Economy RunT economical And you can't expect to ftM The official Martin' County canvass and Ken folks, 68. i
Of counw And jut in sail anyone failed many mile per fallen. the expert hi showed A.194 Democrats vat,
to get th.message, we did It twice again. the Economy Run Still,It to nle to know I ed as compared to 431 Republicans
And won Clan D and Clan O.In all,Buick you can win the economy ran around town.1 1 lul Miller I Defies'
w entered Adamei, and worvli-mof h.n And the good look prtaratttonnM"' time'I A total! of 332 voters aMcJ for S$: .
ay other male of ear (Remember whoa See your Buick dealer about It. No doubt' I absentee ballots, but only 2V(> returned Burns Group and SAif COST "
|people oiwd to think: Bulcki used a lot of he'll think of a number of other reuoni t* their ballots. I' .
,..7)) Did we make our drive a Buick. Stimmell Attack 1- '
point about the Super Buick Motor t Division OOptiha-.I] ( Below Martin are final County official: Mumsfrom County Commissioner Edward _1 TO\ opE J[

U. s. Senator-Spessiird, Hoi- Miller got chopped off the local tit .D!
land i229; Brailcy Odhim. 1 I.:09 I.- Burns-for.dovcrnor committee and riiliitLn
:! the etMPETlmc.uo 1 1r -
was the target of a letter la 11 $I!
Governor-Fred Dickinson 1 1- County Commission from Kenneth
AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC INC. 872; Hjvdon thirst I.481; Robert Stimmell asking his rrsigna-;
King High 1.101: Scott Kelly lion.
904 John Mathew 137; fred .
614 SOUTH FFDERAL inG VAY STUART AT 7-24J4 Carl; 1 H7Attorney: Miller said he was not quitting
the Burns race nor was resigning
-- *T At lufct. nlilMI, M lilt tmril MM j&SJSOvGZ *Mlft Mr Genera I-James from the county post" Both
Kyncs,, 25S6.; Furl lairclnlh 2- actions, obviously stemmed from

448. the recent first primary campaign
Puhlic Utilities Commissioner in which Miller, park-plugged tintucccssful -
COLOR 'Mi HAPPYV Fdwm Mason 2,764; Phillip Brew drives Id oust County
er, 1.255.I Commissioners! Frank Wacha and
Senator 31rd District-Jack II Jack Suumlcrkm.
Williamson 3,371; trio BronsonOil .
-. Williamson lost the electionto Simultaneously' Miller fonnJ k
,. himself under fire In a scathing
., Bronson in the three-count: race apl
r letter from Stimmell!, a resident of 1 '
J County Judge-Mallory John- J, I QI6CreSr i EE Ew/ QOI,
his district former representative, it
son 2.727; Dean Tookir I 1,544:1: |I 'd
Elton Schwarz 1.302 former m lyor of the city, and reCent _: i t 4cgntr.nai.mnf
I unsuccessful Candidate! for Ibis tth .
Sheriff-Roy Biker, 4,798: Sam ,1
farlcM Jr., 1,194 justice of the peace rr ry p wl rMgtndM Il44gtptIr
Supervisor of Registration-sa( Stimmell missive! filed at She m 1
bel Evans, 3917.; John Keller, courthouse for "rewa,." at the 4". ''I h g 1P
,329. (ounty Commission, mating of r
Commissioner, District I i t 1 1- Tuesday was made public Friday,
rank Wicha. 3,305, Christian! and largely consisted' of attacking TRosTGuAu 4'.
Kalh, 1,876 the motives" of the stormy county

Commissioner, District!! J-John !' commissioner, ___ ti ,

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THANK YOU FROM THE WACHAS Primary. 2874242 257 B, OSCEOLA 2874243Sign

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THE STUART (Flu.) NEWS Thursday, May 14, 1964ROYALTY Unbeaten Palm : Dodgers Yankees'
City Leads I In Suggs! TourneyRuby

11 In Junior Baseball League I Share Slows LeadDodger ,1 and Bryant Maddren, Gerne finished Krueger

u -- M Bitty in i

walloped Giants, 18-7 three-way tie after the first eighteen
I Palm ( two 6, and over Kiwanis -
ity won games ID 4-0, on Mon- i Slow Pitch i '
.. Martin County Junior Baseball in FruJa)" s second holes I of a fifty.four-hole
I League during the past week to day.In other games Kiwam beat game to tie Yankees for the league Louise Suggs tournament at Mai-

I i mum !unbeaten and take over undisputed Rotary 6-4, on Wednesday; Lions I lead both teams having won two tin County Golf and Country Club

first place. beat Elks, 14-4, and Civitans beat I, while remaining undefeated. on Tuesday.They .
1 heir wins were over Hobe Port Salerno, 12-4, on Friday; and Mac McKuhen was the winning and other members of the
er \ 1 I'r I Sound H-4, on Wednesday, MayCASES Rotary edged Hobe Sound 6-5. : pitcher and Andy Pittman took the Lady Golfers Association: of Martin -

on Monday. I I 1 ohls the Angels County, will complete the
The league the Friday opener handicap tourney on Tuesdays,
standings at I
: HIM: IN completion of behind Ron Allison pitching, beat May 19 and 26.
I CIRCtll COURT; Monday's games Pirates 12 7. with Steve Sabat the
arc: Palm City 3-0 I I.OO) ; Lions :
Reddish scored the
(Chanter) loser Waverly
I J. 2-1 .667; Rotary, 2.1, 667; Elks, : homer for crabs .
Chester R. Bolm vs Vincent big blow a bases-loaded Sponge camouflage themselves
1rN, t r l 1I Marino and Larmcls R. Marino, 13.2. .600; Civitans 3.2, 600; Hobe I the winners. by planting living spongccs
2-3 ,
400 I 1-4 I
foreclosure of note and equity in ; Kiwanis I Indians beat Giants, 12-10 on on their backs The crabs stem
leasehold; Tee, Parker and Neill 200; Port Salerno 0-3 000() ) ) I Monday, to put themselves even to know that sponges aren't good

Florence Turturo vs Nicholas with the Angels for a I l-l I third eating, but little crabs are
Turturo, uniform reciprocal act, SALERNO, STUART WIVAI i place record. Ron Nelson was the ------ ----
t Philip U Nourse SUMMER BASKEl BALL winning pitcher, and Cal Mont
: Anna Marie Garris vs Frank Salerno Nrttcri trimmed Indian PRIVATE JOHN McKENZIE, I gomery the loser

S J., Gains, complaint for divorce; town Cowboys ".33, and Sluart I son of Mr and Mrs Cecil MeKenzic Pirates and Giants arc winless
tj T. C Houk Sailfish downed Jensen Highlanders Port S.ikrno is !serving to date, the Pirates having lost t

Wr Marguerite E Yatcs vs Jasper 71-48, In Sunday'e summer with the 24th Aviation Battalion their only start, while Giants have

C. Yates complaint for divorce; basketball' play at Stuart Junior I in Augsburg. West Germany in dropped three
r T. C. Houk. High gym. refueling and rescrvicmg air. On Friday. May H, Dodgersand CLEANINGCALL

George Davis vs Nettie Mae Next Sunday'i games pit Salerno I cralt H e obtained his basic Pirates clash in the curtain I

Davis, complaint for divorce; T. end Jensen at 2 pm and Stuart training at Fort Gordon, Ga., raiser, while Angels will oppose

C. Houk. and Indiantown at 4 pm. and received instruction in aircraft Yankees in the night-cap. I
Federal National Mortgage Association maintenance at Fort Rucker -

vi Robert C'. Pope Edith AlaROIAM. Phi Beta Kappa, the national WARREN'SAT
Pope, his wife and John D Adn- 000 auto accident litigation the first
scholastic fraternity was
ance and Frances J. Adriance, his Russell' Funk, a minor, by and in I 7.1755
s r't wife, mortgage foreclosure; Ought. through his next friend, natural J) G. 1DHIK: : Greek-letter in 1776 society. organized

arson and Oughtcrson guardian and father, Louis S, Funk, HAS NJW: ASMCLt'IEDwight America --------------- -

National Life Insurance Com and Louis S. Funk individually, : L. demons, active in

pany vs John W. Bivins, and wife, vs Howard Albert Mitchell, judg Florida real estate sales, appraisals
mortgage foreclosure; Watson! ment $10,000; auto accident Im- since 1950, is
at the "Christian Banquet" held at the Woman' Club building Friday. Mi8. from 8.11 c.itinnIUMI. and brokerage _. GOLFNew
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Hubert, and Soushy aslcialeJ with t h. fC
now e o ice u.
p.m. were: prince, Henry Stiller: princess, Gail Knight; queen, Joyce Knight; king Don Lowery The (Common Law) Roland G. Lucder, Realtor, 729
banquet was sponsored by the Tropical Farms Baptist Church, the Southern Methodist Church and Rio Clifford E Rollins vs Howard ADS MHTIMICMM1THRe(11l'rI4s Colorado Avenue. Golf & Club
Baptist Church for those teen-agere who were not attending the Junior-Senior Prom. Albert Mitchell, judgment $10- A RF."ol.I'TION OK* VHV NO via PITY OF demons has been an active Martin County
--- KTUAKT I'BKTAIMSO TO HI p h- member of the Miami Board of ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right Just before crating:
('UI. HIA t. IMI"'ll<>\'kMTAXKkSHMEVT |
DIHTUItT' NO Realtors was a charter member New Bridge to
TWO, LU-HTRIUIVI T H BHTRFKTH of the National Society of Fee
*V WIUBMPOK ) Appraisers and i is a former director
ll'Rlr.t.'X: !: IV THII -; of the Southwest Real Estate COMPLETE Greens Fee

': the (Ity or Hium I diKirn If Baton Rouge had just been 18 Holes $5.00-,

by" PHVIIIK to make or certain ra-pnvlnit Imi.rovpiiiiinu, wUlfnlnK closer: Mr. and Mrs James H 9 Holel .... .. _n' ... 3.00MEMBERSHIP
or hard-eurfeel" curtain ntwMa' Inan Reardon Jr. of Stuart might have
area hereinafter I dmirlbed, amiVHFKrAM been there Tuesday. They received ,
the aald or 1 Mn :
(Ity '
art hu uHcidiil to proc..d under I an invitation to attend the inaugural .-
Chapter 170, Florida Htutuloa, I IM, ball for newly-elected MEMBERSHIP LNITIAT1ON" tEE $100.00

WHITEWAIISwith amiHHhHEAD till I amwwimtmt pintllowlnir Governor John J. McKetthen SINGLE MEMBERSIIIP .. ....,t....... 80.00 ._ .
; the ;area to be amu-anvil. a* I Their daughter, Teresa, was withMcKeithcns DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP _. .. .. 10000 .
pruvldnil for In Hecllnn 170 14. *lnr-
I'In Htatutea, I ti3. ha. born prepared campaign headquarters DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF" MIOP
and !I. now on file I In HIP leaf.fir" at New Orleans and u now the LUNCHEONS
or the City Clerk of the Cltv MIXED DRINKS AND
of Htuart. 'In the Hall) a e well governor i personal secretary PHONE
TUFSYN and 3T an the plxne\ tl epet'IIeallorla, of BEN HARTIG
Nylon .
.in,'h Improvement and the .atlliml 287- 2274
'* of the com of the prnpu"cd. (! The Niagara River drops about PRO MANAGER
"hie rovemenl, all 01 .h..h. ere aVAil. 315 feet within seven miles I
i to the IneIecllen of the puhllpmmtFOHE I
'I He It Itcnulved I by.
the City Onimlmilon" of the CIt)

of 1..Rttiurt Th'feel Florida,.it b.: oonolru.t.d by CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.
the (llv rertaln work. con.l.llnn
of either 'paving, re-pnvlnv, widen BOATING PLEASURE"
IKK or herd mirfaoliur, the road* andaireee "EVERYTHING FOR YOUR
e located' In the city of Hlu

Fit elder modtli of Ford, Flti modal of Dodge, Buick, art facing I. 'I..rlh.d The ball...locall..n wld.nlnl b.below. aa 01 rollowa or each hard-cur-: povlnoc.r..povln. I BARGAINS IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I IR

Plymouth, Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson, Mercury, Nash, Olds
Studebiker, Mercury, Pontleo Fit molds of Chivy II, Comet i mobile, pontiaa and $tudebiker. A. ?)th. Street from Vlorldn. _Reel
(iiant Rlllht if
N Hudson, Mleer and Rimbler. and Falcon. ,' *: to Intellection WaHtwan1 01 <" Authorized
1'' East Ave.

'R lake Street. from FlorlgNoet .. \ S', CHRIS CRAFT ( ,. "I"
$6 (beat R..llroo.1 Hllthl' :. ,p. 'e 'jt
$1475 8 ot-Wa" to C.ntral) Av. r 'SEA SKIFFDEALER : ,
:: '
front ;
Ina la r C .nfrol Ave 7th BtreetHtrei JOHNSON MOTORS THUNDERBINUWATS I
to 'hureh 't.

Tubeless' AIIWeether' 600x13 tubeless Nylon All- 7.10x15 tube type Nylon All n. Easel Ave. from. 7th BtrwtL -- I
= '42', plus, Ux and old tire. Weather, plus tax and old tire. Weather,plus tax and old tire. 10th IItr.ut.E. 1M h' 'ER ACCESSORIES
Rayon A VA. from Lake St.tto BOAT ntanlfRS
tUth 1I1..t.F. .

Spruce Ave. from Lake An SERVICE
= UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAY Street to. 10th Street, ,

a. Rehema Ave. from 7th '''' GRUMMAN MARINA
Street to 101h 8tre.

H.Na..u Ave from Lak.
Street to. 10th Street, AMERICA'S FINEST lINEI

r. Tarpon Ave, from 7th Street 440 ROUTE 707, RIO-JENSEN BEACH )
I to 10th Hlreet,
I (
I J. Church Street from Central
A n. to Tarpon Ave

I K. take Slroel from Central
Ave. to Nu..uv...
Flu Chrythr,crievralet Cadge<< ,
Plymouth" Ediel, Ambassador, Flti modes ef Cdief, DeSota. Flti modes ef DoSoto, Chrye L Fifth. Htrret from ColoradoAve.
:: Pontlio I Mercury, Oldsmobile, Chrysler, Pestle, Mircu7 and ler, Oldsmobile, Bulck, and to Akron Ave.
S Thunder lr4, OeSoto, '.ellar''." Qldimobile Packard ]M\ Akron Ave. to \Veet Ocean
\ ( Bouluvard. OF
N. California AM. from Fifth
65 Street to. Hlxth Ktreet
$2045 20 25
22 0 Went Sixth' Hlreot to Colo-.
1 ratio. Ave MARTIN COUNTY

P Channel Ave
800x14 tubeless! Nylon' All- 8.SO x 14 tubeless Nylon All- 760x13 tube-type Safety Alt-
Weather,plus tax and old tire Weather, plus Ux and old tire. Weather,plus Ux and old tire Q Mclheraon Hlrect

R We.t 71h Street between,
Hmte llnadfornla d 6 and Call
A Ave.
= -
8. California Av(. between I Weal "

; No Money Down Free Installation Thl.7th Street program and Channel liuludea) Ave.T. the. By your fine vote and

Interaecllon ..f all above
-... named" itrneti when a u c h have selectedme
GOODYEAR NATIONWIDE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE work the la neieanary paving program to complete support you

r No limit on month/ No limit on mild/No limit as to rowli/ No IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS UNDER: TIllS GUARANTEE 1. The apeclal. aimeiimenta to be as Democratic Nom
levied ahall not exceed two-thlrda -t- your
limit m to speed/for the entire life of the treed any of more than 80,000 G
mid Canada will make allowance on a new lire based on original 0110,011.4. The aald ..mentl inee the
trend depth jrenuilnlng and current "Goudyew Price.SERVICE lull be madn a front foot on-
against defect hi ivorkmiuihhlp wid nutcrluU and normal road sin' of all property abuttlnw cull
Improvement. at nut tu exceed tl.HOper
hazards, estept: refiiiirable' punctures. front foot.
I. Maid a....inenti may be paid
and In each aueeptence at the for time eervIen of completion ot laid Martin County Board of County Commissioners from

art Impro.enoel. or :If the' ,bl mn
SPECIALS firm owner pence may |pal nd 31I's js 1 I:];';, of thereof Mill an.the District 5. I assure you that this fine vote of confi

.n..n' the leinnd year and the
bslencn the third year. tagetherwith
Inter-.! on the unpaid nilania' dence is most gratifying.
at the rate 01 not to exc.e.1 six
MUFFLERS SHOCKS WHEEL <(alb! ) per rvntum per annum. All
paymant other than If the owner

r I.ilr: : th t Ilir I projwt. ., ('.hhal&ton l To represent and serve you in this capacity is
payable on January let of ...ebJ..r.
l On.-thlrd themit or the
and it will be
Improvement. I wilt b. paid from the I a great responsibility my purpose to
0"' '" Fund 01 tho C1ty 01 I"ort

r N T..levied Th.and epsalm on rontlguoue all. Iota eeerenment and or laude bounding ehallbe adJnlnlne serve you diligently and to the best of my abilitiesat

88 SO and abUting or 1 "I.i\\: '\; \,.nn'h<.ritt:Improve.menle <1 thereby .
588 and further d<..iicnat.d by the all times.I
8 I ainiNiiini.nt plat hrvturora provld. .
1 .d
each ri.\ujcirrs I .ra la un rila In the Olt,
Hall smart, Kl .rl.ln. the plana.aporlflralluni .
Guaranteed fur the titlmatva, 0' noel I thank for the confidence which
LVSfALIXD "' PALLET Life of/ line and.lImal..d the aa>nwt imnl of luch plat The 1,0 prove-total again you you

mont la Ilitoiinoot .

: THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY llahad a nr. Thla..two pnpr ItMnlutlim tlm of. In general.Th.ahalt Htuarl. circulation he Npwa.pub. have indicated you have in me.

-. nubllnhcd In IS City of Stuart,
: 257 OSCEOLA AT 4243 STUART t rASHe.Er ANOI'OrrEO thl Ills
7-4242 AT 7 day of I.tt'I 1904.
11 POOKPnty .

1 City Clerk
j GOD/VEAR SERVICE STORE Approved aa to form and corfwi'T
,: n"."M 4' title tltb day of May, A. I\

3L T nwTERaoN..
City Attorney (hid PoHtkal A.. rt'.ULA '
1 Pub l Mar 14 11, nit


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TILE START (flordi.) NTNS Thursday) May 14, 1964 5-A
Patterson Heads

Draft Goldwater

Committee HereII

C ((1'1111) Patterson ol Vutll
Pont i hairni in ol the nan.)parn b p
1 4 ill
san Draft Ooldwater ( immitlcrf
Martin County Im been mined
Martin Count)' churman fur the
Republican-pledged slate of'l delegates
for ( ol.t\\aler, I'his slate +
1' /
has been officially i designated! bGoldwater \
to represent' Nonda I n Derr fL
the Republican National ( onven
'. ','l'' 1 lion in July. with Congressman
\ William\ C. Cramer as Us organic
... i t -; ng chairman
4 1't J. W (Bill) 'lluvicv. Port sew
all has been appointed Martin
F 'Ae'w County chairman for Cramer lor
aY National Committee
I II man.Republican Mrs. J. W. ''hNeI I local d4
41\M hairman of the steering and J u I tw "i r s
nance committee for Charlc I/10''
I I/ t l i' 'cy for governor, has "Men named
o-ordmalor of the Goldwater and
tr ramer conimiltees i n Martin
i-ti .j).. County
Election of the pledged OoMwi
IA .if !; .:. ler slate of Congressman B I I II I
Tanner and Frances Sitmon 'for I
"'! < .I ;} ,: !. .. Republican National Committeeman '
k 'I; ; and Comniitucwoman will besought
.f:': ;' ,;" :.,: \ \ by these committees, "I CAN ROW) CAM)!""-Dr Bruno Milincsi, center, vin mayor of Naples, goes through the motions i

_. !Ct' .'"'' 'j':'/..;;., .-. ,.,..'..:.... "\.....t1l"":' ,,asrlsislai s... .... M. akaA. ... J Republican"So seldom primary hut there n in "been Martin II mishit of party propelling, at which the he outrigger met a number canoe at of Frances Iciest politnlins Longford and Outrigger their wivci Restaurant Shoring during the canoe Saturday with j

RFCFIVE EXEMPLAR: RitUAL Beta Sigma Phi members releft to right, Mrs. J. E. Hall Mrs Ronald Flows, Mrs, James W County. and so effective his been Di Miluncsi are Stuarts Moor Ray Cooke, and Mrs Cooke,
ccivmg the Exempt Ritual at lost Thursday joint meeting were, Gros!> nickle, Mrs. Dick Granficld and Mrs. Joe Henderson, the Democrat Piirlv inspired prop i igandu b
that 'only Dcmocrils max Flies From Stuart to Dig! Lake
vote in Florida primaries: thai t i

Rainbows InstalledIn and Regular! musician officers, Lynne for O'the kclly May. I' Ralph Ward Is I could manv not registered believe Republicans they"could vole. Views :

August term are: worthy advisor, in the May 5 primary. Mrs Hus Deputy Mayor of Naples
Jo Ann Andrews; worthy associate Named New Chief !ICy said "Only 26 per cent of the
.I I 1.6014( ) Republicans the voting
advisor Gilson charity, Diane
Judy ;

Sunday RitualsThe tcr: faith Means Carolyn; hope,Gray Joanne; musician Coult-, For South BayRalph man list showed Republican up to gubernatorial vote in the thai raci. All Martin County From Above

Lynne O'Kelly, choir director, In which Charles 'Hollcy' was nom
Mary Sue Kindred, confidentialobserver lamed without runoff.
Stuart Assembly No. 92 program included two solos by Judy Ashley, outer observer Ward!. who lost his reelection -1, "An all-out effort:' she said I IIKiiI Americans of lliluin descent Interested in American politics, Dr. Milancsi I is a Christian Democrat -
of the Order of Rainbow for Girls Miss Kitty Kindred: the Presentation Janet Olney,chaplain Mary bid is District 2 consta' will be made by the above-named pitched in to entertain Dr. Dr. Milunesi 1 and Delmiranito din has been in politics since the
held l a public I installation J of offi of Jewels and a benedictionby Peck, drill leader, Sharon West, I bit, didn't slay out of a job very : committees I to inform all registered Bruno M lancsi deputy mayor of full of Fascism in 1944, was par.
on Sunday. May 10 at 2 pm by Rev. Forrest H. Watkins.at recorder Pat Proper, treasurer, longWard Republicans (hut the May Naples' Italy and his State Department ed with Mayor Ray Cooke Vice ticul:irly impressed by Martin I
the Masonic! Temple Theme of Installing officers were: worthythe Nancy Melrose was appointed Friday as 26 primary date will be for then interpreter Paul Dclmiramio Mayor Bill Tout and former S.:nulor County: flower farms, but said ht>
installation was Growth advisor! Marcia Whiteside; marshal The color stations are: love Shirley acting chief of police at South Bay the (lime of diction of politic at a supper at the Outrigger 1 Evans: C'rary and wives May was unable to understand the differences
Through Serving Others" and the Nancy Gilson: recorder Claire Irons; religions, Sherrie Johnson on Lake. Okeechobee in the Everglades : officeholders. delegates. to the on Miy XHe 9. Mrs. William St Clair !secre- between our two mujof
colors were pink and white The Dumich; chaplain! Susan Coulter, parts national convention at Sin try of the Democralu.( Committee political parties I
Carol Immortality
; nature Olney the third cultural
Ward lost in District 2 constable II: : was exchange Mr St Clmr. Mr and 1 Mrs -- I
Francisco i and the Republican nationil -
Margie Ashley, fidelity, race by eighty'two votes, 2280- committee man and woman guest this season of Mr. Pciry Kirk Mr and Mrs. B. J. BOYS-; IHM: WIVE'l'O1.LFCE ..
Sharon Stevenson! patriotism, Bet. and Mrs Ralph Pvinrude Others Abbott and Mrs. Zulu Swarthout : BOWL' QUIZ .
2198Ward and to
ty Ann" McClure, and service, Mcr- attempt impressupon included Prince lupouto Tungi
: appointment as acting attended! '
them the this Eddie
reasons why A boys team captained by ,
lice Rollison
Thank You for Your Vote of Encouragement Pro-tern officers are: love, Mary chief of the police suspension,, of South of Bay Police followed election on May 26 will pose per of Schmilz the ,Tonga an editor Minds of the and largest Hans During the day they met and Lowe defeated a girls' teams j I
talked to Small Claims Judge Theodora In' 1
McCormick, Mar. haps| the most important decision captained by Arden Drannan.
religion Kathy
Chief Marvin Davis on charges of Republicans in Florida havo ever paper in Cologne Germany. H! ink and ity I'atrolinanBilly afternoons "Coil e I'))
Martin and Okeechobee tin nature, Pam \ lucmlay I
; Schreckengmtimmortality ; 'misfeasance .
malfeasance, and been called upon to make" Mr and MM Ernest Pe//onl I, Chase, both whom aw Howl" on "The PreiHdents'
Helen Kay Smith; nonfea Counties Wanted fidelity. Sharon Whalen, patriotism, Wards -- and Mrs. Carl Greco and! others( A.I
Karen and Diane as constable docs ning reception they met Judge !High The teams came from "Mrs
Van Hem Dailey! service not expire until Jan I I. 1965 Tom Wclhmgton of Hobe, Sand helped whip up an 'Italian fcust" O Kanner and School Board I Wanda Yarhoros fifth period U.
The deputy to the Stateof This leaves Harvey Piley who won the Democratic nomination Next diy Albert Krueger look Member !frank DcSlcfamiIho I S. Problems claw
grand was appointed justice i of the peace far constable, District 2 Pile, and the visitors on a lour of loud flower visit here lermmutixl a -
JACK WILLIAMSON I and Florida Miss Cathie! Hoke Era ,Ruth grand Shaw drill for the, unexpired i term of James 1 omi' brother John Wcthington farms and gave them an airplane forty-five-day \tour of the U. S. for: The fint governor'; of Indiana
leader, also attended Pcgram, without a constable-un. will, run it off for Justice of the ride to view Martin C aunty from Iho Italian dignitary Hi flew to Territory was William Henry Hat I
I for I less one is appointed_i in the interim_ peace on May 26. the Atlantic to Luke Okeceholtcc: New Yoik-Sunday en route- home- risen- ._----------"---*

part of St Lucie Falls Sub.
division zoning hat been amended REMODELING SALE I
"' front Agriculture I to Industrial\ .
: lYll'Ue/ BackAsking allow the installation of an asphalt
patching plant The Martin County .
for Your Vote in Pour Years Commission approved the zoning -
change on recommendation of INVENTORY CLEANUPBOOK
the Planning and Zoning Commission !

The total area of Panama i u
( PolltioJ Adv.rtl......"!) 34.169 square miles, including the
Canal Zone I CASESRcadytoPaint TUBENCLOSURE ODD SIZE- Cut-to-OrJer
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3' Vide Y 4' high h MIRRORSAt . lOc) LIP

4'Wide 3'High FREE DESIGN 2x6 . 15o L/F
Professional Quality x Fish..Ileron..Swan / / Cost 2x8 . .19c L/F/ "
While It Lasts 2 Towel Bars..AI1Aluminum
only $3.98EASY Kxample
1 30-gal! !. Yellow & Glass

I r 26-gal! !. Sandalwood : Y '10 PUT HM.HIIKR) : 18x37 1x4.
. 6c L/F
3:1'i 40-gaI.! Pink $27.50 I 1c6 . 8c LIF

24-gaI! Light Blue "LADDERS"Strong : 1x8 . .lie L/F

15-gal. Ocean Green but Light. 1 ONLY I 1x10 . 13c L/F

ONLY TILE 1x12 . 16c LIP
The kind paintersuse. 8' wide, 10' long
i [Ideal for All Interior Discontinued und
White Aluminum
I Jalousie Doors
II Surfaces 3ft. . . $1.10 Broken Lots

I Below 1 4-ft, . . 4.39 TRAILER ROOF$50.0Q. III $27.50

II I "This morning wrote Cost $
6-ft. . . 6.98 Complete! with Claw, Screen,
three checks." per gallon and Operator
I ,.

I OVER 2,000() QTS. Stop the Rug From Our Mistake .
II With
I "...and saved a lot of time. SBMIGLOSSMURPHY Slipping Your Profit. PLYWOOD CENTERPRE.

I I RUGSTAPush Fold Down

I, Button Can Slat Awning FINIS I lED LUAN
I Open. your Checking Account. ONLY Qf\ 3-44x45 Green Ideal for Living Room------------C

j 1 Quality Reg. $1.49 i/i7c 1..80x45 White Sanded and to Paint
Pay bills the easy, timesavingway II I II 1..44xP331VIJite1.97x1'45
I QO Wh./BIuc V4M INTERIOR . . per sq. ft. lOc

I with checks! Value . Sliding Glass 1 U90xP57 Multicolor %" HXTHKIOR . per sq. ft. 15c

'. :. Ask "' SORRY-NO WHITE DOOR %" INTERIOR . . per sq. ft. 28c
about Low Cost }
our Window & Awning V" Pegboard . . . per sq. ft. lOc

I Special Checking Account. SPRAY PAINTInterior.Exterior 1 ONLY SAMPLES Vi" heavy Duty Garage Board . 18c

I, ." .1'1. 2 door.2 track 8' Asstd. Small Sizes Odd Lots and Damaged l're-Finish 18cRoute

Large as low as . . . . .
It 89 Complete $45 Sold .00
i ir r Can . as is ,. $ We Will Cut to Size





11a ''F'; nirty: 114"4 J ,lit j 21 E AS tl 0 C E A N, I BOO LE:V A R' D



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4v\ THE STLART (Fla.NEW'3 Thursday, May 14, 1964, Unbeaten Palm City LeadsIn ,- Dodgers Yankees Three Tie for Lead

..- i In Suggs TourneyRuby

I Junior Baseball League Share Slows Lead Bryant, Gerne Kruegir

r and Betty Maddren finished' in .i

I Palm ( ity won two games/ in 6. and over Kiwanis 4-0, on Mon Dodger walloped Giants. I 18-7 three-way tie after the first eightccn -
"I Martin County Junior Baseball! day.In i in Friday second Slow Pitch i I holes l of a fifty-four
league during the past week to other games, Kiwams beat game to tic Yankees for the league Louise Suggs tournament at Martin -
I I amain unbeaten and take over undisputed Rotary, 6-4 on Wednesday' Lions lead, both teams having won two County Golf and Country Club
r 2i lirst place beat Elks, 14-4 i and Civitans i beat while remaining undefeated on Tuesdays
i' 0 ,41. .J.Jt Their wins were over Kobe Port Salerno 12-4, on Friday: and / Mac McKuhen was the winning They, and other members of the
L Sound H.4. on Wednesday, MayCASES Rotary edged Kobe Sound, 6-5, pitcher and Andy Pittman took the Lady Golfers Association of Mar
------ --- on Monday '
I 'OMIn tin County, will complete the
t FILED ISl1RCUl1' The league standings, at the I Fridays opener the Angels, handicap tourney 0 n Tuesdays
('OUR r completion of Monday's games/ behind Ron Allison pitching beat May 19 and 26.
'' Sabat the
are: Palm City, 3-0, I.CKK): Lions, Pirate, 127 with Steve
(Chancery) 2-1.I .667; Rotary, 2-1 I, 667: Elks, i, loser, Waverly Reddish scored the
: r. L La Marino C hcster and R Carmcls Bolin vs R.Vincent Marino J,. .600.: Civitans, 3.2 600( ( : Hobe i I big blow a ba loaded homer for Sponge crabs camouflage them.selves .
13.2. ,
1. 2.3, .400.: Kiwanis, 1-4 I the winners by planting living spongers
foreclosure of note and equity in beat Giants, 12-10, on their backs
Indians The crabs
a f, x .200, Port Salerno, 0-3 000. on seem
leasehold Parker and Neill.
; j Monday to put themselves even to know that sponges aren't good
Florence Turturo vs Nicholas with the Angels for a 1-1 third eating but little crabs areWALLTOWALL.
Turturo uniform reciprocal act SALERNO, STUART WIN
; place record. Ron Nelson was the -- --- -- --
a Iy Philip G Noursc. AI' SUMMER BASKETBALL winning pitcher, and Cal Montgomery .

Anna Marie Garris vs FrankJ Salerno Netters trimmed Indian- PRIVATE JOHN J\fd\ENZIE, the loser
Carrie, complaint for divorce. town Cowboys, 57-33 and Stuart son of Mr and Mrs Cecil McKenzie Pirates and Giants are winless
T. C HoukMarguerite. Sailfish downed Jensen Highlanders Pon Salerno, is serving to date, the Pirates having lost RUG
E Yates vs Jasper 71-48, in, Sunday' summer with the 2 C. Yates complaint for divorce, basketball play at Stuart t Junior in Augsburg. West Germany, in dropped three,
T. C Houk High gym refueling and rcscrvicmg air- On Friday May IS, Dodgersand CLEANINGCALL
George Davis vs Nettie Mae Next Sunday'i games pit Salerno craft. H e obtained his basic Pirates clash in the curtain-
.r wi Davis, complaint for divorce, T. and Jensen at 2 p.m. and Stuart training at Fort Gordon, Ga., raiser, while Angels will oppose
C Houk and Indiantown at 4 pm. and received instruction in aircraft Yankees in the night-cap
Federal National Mortgage Association -
maintenance at Fort Ruck-
vs Robert C. Pope, Edith WARREN'SAT
Pope his wife, and John D. Adri- 000 auto accident litigation er, Ala.ROI.A1. Phi Beta Kappa, the national

ance and Frances J. Adriance, his Russell Funk, a minor, by and scholastic fraternity, was the first
wife, mortgage foreclosure, Ought through his next friend, natural : ) G. IUHHR: Greek-letter society organised in 7.1755
k erson and Oughlcrson guardian and father, Louis S. Funk, IRS NEW ASSOtLXIE I America, in 1776
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National Life Insurance Company and Louis S Funk individually Dwight: L demons active in ;,
vs. John W Bivins, and wife vs Howard Albert Mitchell judg Florida real estate sales, appraisals -I I

ROYALTY at the "Chri tian Banquet" held at the Woman Club building Friday. Ma8. from 8-11 mortgage foreclosure, Watson i ment .$10,000; auto accident litigation and brokerage since 19SO is GOLFNew
Hubert, and Sousby. '
p.m. were: prince, Henry Stiller, princess, Gail Knight; queen, Joyce Knight; king Don Lowery The (Common Law) I now associated with the office of
banquet was sponsored by the Tropical Farms Baptist Church, the Southern Methodist hurch and Rio Clifford E. Rollins vs Howard I I.I'UA.': AD'ERTINM31E1'r<: Roland G, Lueder, Realtor, 729

Baptist Church for those teenagers who wen not attending the Junior-Senior Prom. Albert Mitchell, judgment $10,. HKNOI TIOI 'in m: Colorado Avenuedemons Martin County Golf & Country Club
has been
A RFHOI.I'TION OK Tllh (ITV <)* an active
------- ------ -- MUAHT" PEKTAININd' TO HPJ member of the Miami Board of ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right just before crowingNew
AHHt/KSMENT DIHTKICT' NO Realtors. was a charter memberof Bridge to Beach
TWO UtXCKIUISO( T K the National Society of Fee
1AVH, nkPAVKIIlikJSt' lOK > Appraisers and is a former director NEW SUMMER RATES -
P IV TON of the Southwest Real Estate
Greens Fee
11)11 TUB AMOUNT1, HK PAID Brokers
\nUJREAB. the City of Stuart d... If Bdton Rouge had just been IS Holes SLOG
atria lo make cxrlaln Improvprnnnu closer. Mr and Mrs. James H. ,-
by pnvlii or -pMVlnif. wldrnliiH 9 11011"'n n "n 3.00MEMBERSHIP
or hnrii-mirfaclriK cerium mrrrU Inan Reardon Jr of Stuart might have
arm hnrHnnfter' dtmrlbed and, been there Tuesday They receiv
WHFKKA8: the laid t'ilt' or Mil' : ,
art linn ae.id.'d I to piucpod under ed an invitation to attend the inaugural -
and Chapter, tie, Florida HI..luloe, J bJ. ball for newly-elected MEMBERSHIP INITIATION FEE $100 00

I UHhHEAH, th I e mraumxnl pINtshowing Governor John J. McKeithen SINGLE MEMBERSHIP .........,, ....... 80,00: .
for the urea to be amunri. .' ai Their daughter, Teresa, was with DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP '" __ .. ... 100.00
provided In .
Hectlon 17(1( 04 10"- '
ilu "statute' ma, hiu been prepared Mckeithcns campaign hcadquar- DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOLF SHOP
and la now on rile In the fire ot the City CI.rk or the Cityof MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS

with TUFSYN and 3T Nylon .RN in, '$h the t:..Improvement O!...I.'et: ...tlri and:: the l,I an well emi of governors personal secretary I. BEN HARTIG PHONE

'nato or the coat or the |.iopo.crt The Niagara River drops about PRO MANAGER 287. 2274
mirovemenl, nil of which are availhie 315 feet within i seven miles.
to the limpet, 'tlon of the public,
TlimtPOHK: He It Reaulved b>
the I'lly .nu..Io.'on' of the ('It\'

of the I.Htuiirt There Cllv, census shall Horldn be work.: .0n.I.II.t.d CNtiNIitna by, CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.

of either paving, re-pavlnx, widen
Inn or hard. -aurfitulnii the rood andatroet. "EVERYTHING FOR YOUR BOATING PLEASURE"
loratfd In the City of 101111--
art d..rlb.d bolow

, Flu eider models! of Ford, Flti models of Dodge. Buick re-Devine e. The ahall.loe.lI..n wldenlnor b. u of rollowslA o.such hardsurfacing pxvlne. I BARGAINS IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I
Plymouth, Chevrolet, Dodge, Hudson, Mercury, Nash, Oldsmobiii -
Studebaker, Mercury, Pontlic, Fid models of Chivy \II, Comet pontiaa and Ctudfbiker. 7th dire. from Florida F..t
1 Hudson, Kalur and RimblM. and Falcon C'"ool Itall.oad HlKhl-of.wav
101.WHd to tnteiaictlon of "
h' Authorized
Fast Ave. { 'tin1;

I). yoke Street from FlmlU I t
9 ?,
6 lost OoOHt Tdtllnnd. Illxht-, 4 .
= ; 13 $1475 of Way to Centrul Av.. : : :

C. Control, Ave front Tlh street DEALER TIIUNDERBIRULOATS
to Church tllreet.D. JOHNSON MOTORS I

70x19 Tubeless' AII-Weathef' 600x13 tubeless Air- 710x15 tube type Nylon All 1'.ot' Ave. front Tlh street
: 42'5 plus I tax and oid ties. Weather, plus tax aJoid tire. Weathtr plus tax and old tira. to 10lh Street (BlOAT WDa.L'"
E. Hayott Ave. from Lake Sheet TRAILERS ACCESSORIES
.. to 10lh III..eLF. :

Spruye Ave. from Lake I SERVICE
= UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAY street to 10lh street I AFI

- 4llehama Ave. tom 71h8lreot MARINA
r to 10lh Street GRUMMAN

w 11. NaMOoo Av. from Lake
r Street to tOth Street AMERICA'S FINEST LINE!

- J. Tarpon Ave, from 7lh Street 440 ROUTE 707, RIO-1ENSEN BEACH )
i to 10th !Htreet!
w J. Church Street from Central f
r Ave. to Tarpon Ave.

r I N I F K. Lake loll'eel from Central
: FIts ChryslerCheyrelet Dodge Aye to N".ORU Ava.

: Plymouth Edsel" Amboradoy FRs! models of Filed BiSote. Fits models of DeSoto, Chrye j L Fifth III..ot from Colorado -
- Pontlee, Mercury Oldsmobile, Chrysler, Pontiac, Mrrouryand per, Oldsmobile, Buick, and Ave to Akron Ave
: Thunderblrd", OeSoto, Packard. Oldsmobile Packard )1. Akron Avo to We.t Ocean

r lioulovard TO THE VOTERS OF
N. ("'..lIrornla Ave im Fifth '
!Street! 10 Slosh IoIl'eol.
$20458.00d4 $2220 $2565
1 O. Wel redo Ave Nlxlh !street! to Culo

tubeless Nylon All- 850x14 tubeless Nylon Alt- 760x13 tube type Safety Alt-
Weather plus tax and old tire. Weather, plus tax and old lira Weather, plus tax and old lira.A Q Milherion Nlreet

B Went 7lh Street between
.. State hood I> G and Cull
.. funds Ave

:: No Money Down Free Installation S.T. Ctttornla Tills Tlh Street program Ave and between Channel Iniludea west Av.the ; 54i / 'M By your fine vote and

Intersection ot oil above
: named .11".1.i when s u o h have selectedme
GOODYEAR NATIONWIDE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE work pints, the I. necessary paving| program to coir support you

: No limit on months/ No limit on miles/No limit M to roadsNo IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE 1 ieIhhr.e.: uneument. to be Democratic Nom

: limit us to speed/for the entire life of the tread. any of more than 80,000 Goodyear deultrs In the United Slates le total.estimated not t nxieid coat twothlrdlofflthe of $129.. 'L as your

: and Canada will muke allowanie on a new tire based on original -
ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED 4. The all, special uaeiament. inee
tread depth remaining and current "Goodyear Prl.e.SERVICE ." hall be mad on a front foul bB- to serve on the
: against defects hi uorkmtuikhlp
and material and normal road ail' of all property, abutting auld
: wards, except ref,alrable puncture per iInPMVet..m front foot at nut to exceed U.oO

.. t. Sold. a......menti may bo paid
In and cash aoieptaia.. at' the. time tar 'ervlo.of comptnt'of said Martin County Board of County Commissioners from

: Improvement. bl the City of Htu.
art OP If the Nan,', eo elects, the
SPECIALS--- firm owner year nay and pa3 331,3: 1 1 1.3'%;1 t of thereof said the... District 5. I assure you that this fine vote of confidence -

element the .,cond year and the
balnno the. thud year. together
with Interest oat the IInpald bolam' is most gratifying.To
the rate of nol 10 .c.ed sir, .
MUFFLERS SHOCKS WHEEL U"I per c.ntuln ,.. amtutta All
payment. other than If the owner
stems Co pot the ......m.nt on
completlnr of the project, shall bi. represent and serve in this capacity is
r p8'abl. on J..nuay let of each you
,. (In..thlrd <.f the rest of the
Impmv.m.nt will) b. p.ld trom the a great responsibility and it will be to
rr a.n.rol I Fund tot 110. City of Start my purpose
T" The .pcclVl ...*......nt .hall

.. .1 88 b. levied and on contlKuoua all Iota and or land boundlnir nd.Jnlnlne serve you diligently and to the best of abilitiesat
r 50 .and: abutting tiion nirh' Improve. my
.nt* or eiii'ilnllv I \tienefltted there.

t i 888 l I .d by assesmnt, 'or.I. and. tortltrr past d.hnal.d horotufors by provld the, all times.I .

each PLUS WELCiu"S There la on file In the Oil,
Hall Stuart, Florida' the plan,
Guaranteed for the
.peilflcatlona eitlmatva of eoKf
I thank for the
INSTALLED life of llrca and estimated the aaaeaantent coet '>f such plat. The Iraprovei total again you confidence which you
meat la lusn.inonThla

E THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY llahed a t.newspaper two Reaoluthm tlmea of In lrono.aI The shots Httmrt.1""I..Uoa be Newt pub. have indicated you have in me.

-. Florida. In the City at Stuart
E 257 OSCEOLA AT 7-4242 .. AT 7 4243 STUART dar"A""I':1'of ANT! sr..\.J'>I9N1.OM'ED this un

Is,I.ti.\ 3t, "IIOKE.
('ity Cunnnlnlulln.M..yo


/ EAR SERVICE STORE Approved City u Clerk In form and eorroettrtes.
1991. tills lIlh day 01 May, A. 1\

City Attorney raid PoUlteat
1 Pub.) May 14. 11, ixi

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THF! STL ART (Florida) NEWS Thursday" May 14. 1964 5-A
r E ; itTI tow Patterson Heads

; i Draft Goldwater

Committee Here L ..
i'f Y \ r, :
a II C (Put) Patterson "Ic""I1

: {gh Point, chairman ot 1 the non-partivui
Draft Goldwater ( omnutlcrot
r sy 1 F I Martin (ounty, has been named i
Martin County chairman 'for theRepublicanpledged t
\ stale ol, delegates ds {, i .h1
for Cioldwnler. This slate 1 4r
has "been officially designated hUoldwatcr \

',:. to represent urlt n'
the Republican I onvcn
tion in July, with Congressman r
:f.4 1
\\illuun/ C Cramer as its\ ore::miing /
u 1 1J chairman a !
LI : J. W (Bill) Hussev, Port Sew\
J/ .: ,
all, has been appointed Martin\
County chairman: for Cramer lot
r. s Nati'nlll'mnullee ,
Republican I
I man. Mrs J. W Hussev, local 1
J hairman of the steering mil i n,
/ ,: nance committee for Charles Hoi Y
I i f ''ey for governor, hns Ken named
o-ordinator of the Goldwatcr and
_/ : t ramer committees i n Martin
i f "..
County .....
fi Election of the pledged (..oIJwIler !
,.. l l1f
"'-.f .. t slate of Congressman Bill I I I
\ J ; .t. ". : Cramer and Frances Silmon for ,'
., ,",' /t .. :,. ; Republican National (ommittei. .. .. .-a-.....' .
( '
man and Committeewoman Mill besought
'J'I ;' ,J{ .:': ,,\ ;.,: : by these committees "I CAN ROW| CA'IoOU"-Or: Bruno P1I1.Ulcccnlcr., vice mayor of Naples, goes through the motions
of propelling the outrigger canoe at Frances Langfords Outrigger Restaurant during Saturday
.: "So seldom 1 has there been a
......., J
r..6 Republican primary I in Martin nights party, at which he nut .i number" of local politicians and their wives Sharing the canoe with !
RECEIVE EXEMPLAR RIIUAL. Beta Sigma Phi members re- left to right, Mrs J, E Hall, Mrs. Ronald lores, Mrs James W County, and !so effective his been" Di Milancsi are Stuurl MIJOI) Ray Cooke, und Mrs. Cooke.
ccivmg the Exemplar Ritual at last! Thursday's joint meeting were, Crossmckle, Mrs. Dick Cranficld and Mrs. Joe Henderson the Democrat Party-inspired propaganda -
that 'only- Democrats mat\ Flies From Stuart to Big Luke
-- vote in Florida primaries ( hut
and musician, Lynne O'Kelly, many registered Republicans still
Rainbows InstalledIn Regular officers for the May- Ralph Ward Is could not believe they could vole
August term are: worthy advisor in the May 5 primary," Mrs Deputy Mayor of Naples Views
Jo Ann Andrew; worthy associate Named New Chief sey said. "Only :26 per cent of HII'-I I
advisor, Judy Gilson, charity Diane I,608!! Republicans on the

Sunday RitualsThe ter, faith Means, Carolyn; hope,Gray Joanne; musician Coult-, For South BayRalph man list showed Republican up to gubernatorial vole in: the raci All Martin County From Above 1

Lynne O'Kelly; choir director, In which Charles Halley was nominated -
Mary Sue Kindred; confidential without runoff.
Stuart Assembly No 92 program included two solos by observer, Ward who lost his reelection I' "An all-out effort she mud. is Christian Dem.
Judy Ashley outer observer l.oeal Americans of Italian des- Interested In American politics,: Dr Milancsi a
of the Order of Rainbow for Girls Miss Kitty Kindred, the 'Presen Janet Olney, chaplain, Mary didn't hid as District 2 constable 'will be made by the ah.we.nnm. cent pitched in to entertain Dr, I Dr. Milancsi and Delmiramto dined ocrat has been in (politics since the
held a public installation of officers tation of Jewels' and a benedictionby stay out of a job very ed committees inform all I
Peck, drill leader, Sharon West, to registered Bruno MII.lncJerlllY mayor of 'I fall of Fascism in 1944 was particularly "
on Sunday, May 10 at 2 pm Rev Forrest H, Watkins recorder Pat Proper; treasurer, long.Ward Republicans that the May Naples Italy, and hit State De- with Mayor Ray Cooke, Vice Impressed by Martin I i
at the Masonic Temple. Theme of Installing officers were: worthy Nancy Melrose; was appointed Friday as 26 primary dale will "be for them purtment interpreter Paul l Dchniranito Mayor Bill lodt aixl former Senator : County flower farms, but said h the installation wan 'Growth advisor Marcia Whiteside; mar The color stations are: love, Shirley acting chief of police al South Buy ''Iho time of election ol (political at a supper at the Outrigger I Evans C'rary; and wives\ May was unable to understand the diN I
Through Serving Others" and the shal, Nancy Gilson; recorder,Claire Irons, religions, Sherrie John. on Okeechobee in the Everglades I officeholders, delegates to the on Miy N. 9. Mrs I William I SI Clair, secretary ferences between our two major '
colors were pink and white. The Dumich; chaplain, Susan Coulter, nature, Carol immor I parlv national convention at Sin of the Democratic Committee political parties.
son Olney I
; ; Ward lost in District 2 constable lie was the third cultural exchange '
----- ---- Mr St Clair Mr, and Mrs
Francisco, and the Republican national -
1----- I tatty Margie Ashley; fidelity race by eighty-two votes, 22110- committee man find woman guest this season of Mr Perry Kirk, Mr, and Mrs B J. 80\'S'-1'>:AM! HINS I
Sharon Stevenson; patriotism, Ret.renR"o !! and Mrs Ralph Evinrudc Others .
2198Ward's and will attempt to ImpreM, Abbott and Mrs Gila Swarthout toil K.I; 80\\L' QUIZ
McClure and service, Mer-
; included Prince lupouto Tungi
appointment as acting them the reasons why this attended. ,' Eddie I
upon Ahoy team, captained by
r chief of of the Islands and Hans I
of South followed Tonga
Thank You for Your Vote of Encouragement Pro-tern officers are: love, Mary the polite of Bay Police election on May 26 will (none perhaps I Sehmitz, an editor of the largest During the day they met and l.owedt! ted a girls' teanv
suspension the most important decision talked to Small (latmi Judge heo- in
McCormick, religion, Kathy Mar Chief Marvin I captained by Arden Brannan
Davis on charges of paper in Cologne Germany
Martin and Okeechobee tin; nature, Pam Schreckengost; "misfeasance Republicans in Florida have ever dare" llimk! and City I'atrolmmnBilly luculay alternoon'i "Collage7'j
malfeasance dnonfeasance"
immortality, Helen Kay Smith; a n been called! upon to nnike" I Mr and Mr Ernest: Pc//onl Chase, both of whom taw howl"type quiz on "The Prenn
in office Mr. and Mrs Teeter (anoval. Mr. .
fidelity,Sharon Whalen war service In Naples At the eve dents" at Martin County ScmorlHigh )
Counties Wanted ; patriotism Wards term constable does and Mrs Carl Greco and others A.
Karen Dailey; and service, Diane ning reception they met Judge 1h teams came from Mrs
Van Hees.I not expire until Jan, I 1. 1963 Tom Wcthmgton of Hobe Sound! helped whip up an "Italian feast. O Kanncr and School Board Wanda Yarhoro's fifth period U.
The grand deputy to the State This leaves Harvey Pilcy, who won the Democratic: nnmmttionfor Next t day Albert Krueger took Member I rank DcSlcfano S, Problems clusn,
I lof Florida Mrs. Era Ruth Shaw was appointed:: justice of the peace. con.tahleI'lrict\ 2 1'llcand the visitors on a lour of local: flower Iho visit here terminated a -
JACK WILLIAMSON Miss Cathie Hoke grand drill for the unexpired i term of James:: 1 oin's I brother, John Wcthmgton. farms and gave them an airplane forty-five-day tour of the U. S, for The firt-governor' ; r Indiana
'leader, also attended, Pcgram, without a constable-un will run It off for justice of the ride to view Martin County from the Italinn dignitary Hit flew to! Territory was William Henry Har

for less one!is appointed. _m the_interim!. :._!peace on May 2(5BOOK( __ the Atlantic to Luke Okeechohee; New York Sunday en routs homo,_ rion- _,_____----J.---j

part of St. Lucie Falls Sub.
division zoning has been amended I REMODELING SALE I ,'
front Agriculture I to Industrial to
7: I'lI'lTe Back
i / allow the installation of an asphalt
, patching .plant' The Martin County .
Asking for Your Vote in Four Years Commission approved the zoning
change on recommendation of
the Planning and Zoning Cominis-.
The total area of Panama i it _
(hid Politic Adv.rtU.mtnO 34,169 square miles, including the
Canal Zone CASESRcady.loPaint TUB ODD SIZE- Cut'to-OrJer

31 \Vide x 4' high! MIRRORSAt . lOc LIP

4'Wide FREE DESIGN 2.\6 . 15c L/F
x 3'High ?
Professional Quality hish..h Icron..Swan Below Cost 2x8 . 19c L/Ji'
While It Lasts 2 Towel Bars-All
a* only $3.98 Example/ SIIELVINGBOARDS
I 30-gaI. Yellow Aluminum & Glass

26-gal. Sandalwuod EASY 1O PUT IOGKIIII-R: ""*
$27.50 $9.50CEILING 1x4 . 6e LIP

I 40gal. Pink Ix 6 . He L/F
24gal. Light Blue "LADDERS"Strong Ix 8 . ,11cIJF
H.l 15-gaI. Ocean Green but Light. 1 ONLY 1x10() Lie LIP
ONLY The kind paintersuse. 8' tiide,10' long 1x12 . 16c LIP

I [Ideal for All Interior WhiteAluminumTRAILER and
Jalousie Doors
II Surfaces. 3-ft . $3.10 Broken Lots

II I Below 4-ft . . 4.39 ROOF$50.0l All

"This morning I wrote Cost ,. $1 1.69 5' 5.69 only \ Qc ea.12"xl2" Sixes .$27.50

I 6-ft. . . 6.98 ( Complete with Claw, Screen,
three checks. per gallon squares and Operator
Stop the Rug From
OVER 2,000 QTS. Our Mistake .
t "...and saved a lot of time.I .- SEMIGLOSSMURPHY Slipping With Your Profit. PLYWOOD CENTER

I RUGSTAPush Fold Down

,, J'I KYANIZEBest Button Can Slat Awning PItH. FINIS I lED LUAN

I Open your Checking Account. I ONLY 9ge 3-44x45 Green Ideal for Living Room ... .'. . 18

f Quality Reg. $1.49 1-80x45 Whitel.44x33
i Sanded and Ready to Paint
Pay bills the easy timesavingway : [ White
I Value 98C 97xP45 \Vh.lUluc1..90xP57l1ulticolor !/ INTERIOR . . per sq. ft. lOe
I ,
with checks I Sliding Glass "
1 % EXTERIOR . per sq. ft. 15c
: : t I 'Ask about our Low Cost :. ;' DOOR per sq.
i Window & Awning */ Pegboard . per sq. ft. lOc

I Special Checking Account. SPRAY PAINTInteriorExterior 1 ONLY SAMPLES VC Heavy Duty Garage Hoard H. 18c

1. 2 door..2 track 8'
Small Sizes Odd Lots and Damaged Pre.Finish! 18cRoute

r t Large Sold as )low as . . . .
89 Complete $45
t tt Can . as is $5.00 We Will Cut to Size





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6-A Tilt STL ART fllal( ) NEWS Thursday May 14, 1964
II Schwarz Again

I I.A.. ._ ,
: "-- I

f ', ( ", Asks Reduction

; ; School
M I Attorney Elton Schwarz asked
Adah and Priscilla CIrcles the Martin County Board of Pub-
tie Instruction! a second time Tuesday -
night to reduce the amount of

Merge In New Esther Circle' I tractor liquidated John damages L Taylor against, for delay Con-

I of the completion of the Carver
Mam'htrt of Adah and Princilla 1 I Hansen, and secretary, Mrs. Jessie 1 t, Gardens School science building
Circles l of the First Methodist Horrohin. i but the request apparently fell on
Church met at the church on May I Mrs Richard gave I short proM M v deaf can
5 for the purpose of merging. I I gram about the Woman's Society I "' rt r The board recently set $1.550.
Mrs. W. A. Cesner, incoming I the largest organized group of .r M or $50 a day, liquidated damages
Christian in the world I
of the Woman women against Taylor for being late in the
president Society
Others present were: Mrs H.l\ completion of the building
of Christian Service, conducted
H Mrs Ethel ,
Thayer Wiegand Schwarz asked the hoard to reduce -
the meeting Mr. O V Watts, Mrs. W S. the amount of the damages,!
ft was decided to call the new Walsh, Mrs J. B. Buckey, Mrs'I "more in line with the actual dam-
Circle 'Esther" and the following W C, McKenzie, Mr. John Baker 1 + d rr a.e."
officerwere elected: chairman, and Mrs J. F. Bozone He aid he felt he should! make
Mr. Robert Hodapn: program .. 1 s one lust effort to get a reduction
chairman, Mrs. J. J. Richards; devotion I Ice Is being used for numbing in the amount before asking Martin
chairman, Mrs Prank pain Instead of tranquilizing or Circuit Court for a declaratory
Kramer; treasurer, Mrs. If H relaxing drugs decree.
--- d' A b It was pointed out by board attorney
I I i M. O Littman that Taylor
had net the date for completion of
.;t, : I the school: and had not used his
1 : privilege to request extra days asw

I I { I provided Schwarz in again the/ contract.pointed out the

N T1i'btl btl btlFOOD I '.. building is still not being used

While sharks are tough, vicious
and! voracious, they are difficult

I (;.. -_.- :.':. .. I I to dangerous keep in species captivity are Among the tiger the

'01 r .ry.i, I" lemon, bull and sand-tiger sharks
AM FUN were both plentiful at the Early Sutlers Association meeting Here a part of the :. { ; 11" : ..a
'lines for lunch at the Youth Center,
group up
Ila FIVE CENFRUIONS from one family attended!: rtV Early Set- W. M. GULF
Attendance in Excess of 360 tiers Association: meeting Clockwise are: LISA Jacobs, two, and
her mother Mrs Norman Jacobs: !, Pensocola; Usus grandmother,
Mrs W B Zeigler of Miami; her great grandmother, Mrs. Jack
Mason, San Diego, Calif, and her great great grandmother', Mrs SERVICE

Early Settlers'Association in Belle Ross! eighty-seven, of Palm City I

NAME CHANCED TO 302 N. Colorado Ave Stuart

38th Annual Reunion Saturday SIUART JUNIOR HIGH SHORTS I Next to Merkle Motors
Stuart Junior High School became (ALL COLORS)
the name of the old Martin

THANK YOU Renewing of friendships, rcm- him were loaded with all kinds of Ident and Calvin PoppeD, Fort County High School on East Ocean $$2.98 WEEKEND SPECIAL
up ,
Thursday Friday Saturday
unsung of pioneer days, and! just favorite dishes, including home Pierce secretary.treasurer. Boulevard when the Board of Education
'good old! time visiting" highlight! Mrs Meta Chesser gave the memorial changed the name officially !May 14, 15, 16.
made pies and cakes During the
at its meeting Monday night
eu the Saturday meeting of the resolution honoring mem
Early' Settlers' Association the dinner hours, the following were hers who passed on during the The main school: is being called FRERE'S1laternity"Vear !
To All of You That Voted For and Stuart t': { Youth Center, It was\their I honored: Axel Hallstrom, Oslo, year Martin County list included Martin County Senior High. CAR

Supported Me in the Primary Elec thirty-eighth annual get-together. ninety-three, oldest member present William Earl Daughtery Charles $1 soL
While the adults! met in the spa. ; David ;Moycr, two months, Porter Naomi Kitchmg Theodore A doctor claims that every cigarette WASH
tion. May I Ask for Your Continued clous! reception rooms of the center youngest boy and the son of Mr Christian, Lydia Hendry and Ar smoked reduces the life of 'I 1303 Orange Are, Fort Pierce

Confidence in Me in the May' 26th the small children had t h t and Mrs Bob Moyer of Lake thur Rowell. the smoker eight: _to ten minutes, __ '-
time of their lives on the play Worth: Lisa Mane Jacobs, two The Jack Mason family of San
Primary. ground equipment In the park years, daughter of Mr and Mrs Diego, Calif., traveled the farthestto
Registration at noon was 360, with Norman Jacobs' youngest girl present attend! the meeting and, justto
more coming in later: it was the Mrs, Ivan T Remhert, who I mention a few others: George My Deepest and Most Sincere ,<4
DEAN TOOKER largest ,attendance of any came to the area in I IN84! had the Ehrhart.Jacksonville, the Wolf families
meeting of the group ut Stuart honor of being the oldest womanin of St. Augustine and Miami,
At noon well-filled picnic has resilience: and W L. Cents of the Edward Enscys of Hialeah

.. P.U Political d..rtl..m.nl) limits. were.. .opened. and!.serving ta Fort Pierce, who came l" the Indian I I Mr and Mrs Theodore Tyndall Thanks .
--- ----- -- River in 1885. was the man (Eleanor Frcdrickscn). and Dr and
oldest in residence: The Hi Simmons Mrs. W. E. Van Landinghum of
-Rosa families, with seventeen West Palm Beach. Dr Van, as he I To all of you, for the wonderfulvote
present, received double honors is affectionately known begun his
for having five generations at the practice in Fort Pierce in 1905 of confidence. J) nd to all of I
1 Praise was high for the Youth
NOW A short business meeting was Center aa meeting place and you that helped, I am truly grate- i g

conducted: by Mrs, B. D Fulton, again and again the remark was ful. I will do everything possible '
retiring president, and the opening made. This is the best meeting
prayer was given by the Rev I we ve ever hod" Mrs Fulton said to justify your faith in me Y -, ,.
Forrest H. Watkins, pastor of the "Credit for the succcsi of the day
First Baptist Church of Stuart. goes to every committee worker .
v Fleeted president was Mrs Addie those who on the program -
0 OPENFor Holmes Emerson of Fort Pierce. Jib McMahon, director of / sincerely ask (for the same
the center and all else who took
I Harry Schultz of White City, was ;
elected first vice president! : Mrs part In making this annual affair support in November ot ""-
you gave
Anita Ricou Tilton Jensen Beach another memorable occasion"The r tvr
second vice president: MM Charles meeting next year will beheld
Scmhler, Sebastian, third vice: pres. in Fort Pierce me in May a, r

YOUR ConvenienceTOP Tabebuia Group Held Last

Meeting of Season May 6 ISABEL EVANS


VALUE The Tabebula Group of the Garden I chairman, for the second year,
11 Club of Stuart, met Wednes-: Mrs Carl Turner, co-chairman, Democratic Candidate for Martin County Sup. of Registration
day, May 6, at the home of Mrs Mrs Irving Kamirck secretary
Richard: G. Hupfcl, Snug Harbor treasurer: Mrs. Clyde Coutant and (Paid rollllral,, Advtrtlunwnt)
i Mrs John Mcnnmgcr I II
[ and Mrs Ross ;
STAMP Witham Mrs Clifton were Perry hostesses i chairmen; ,as Mrs advisor, Max iefIgr willcontinue -- -- -

New officers for the coming
In appreciation for her assistanceon
Mrs. Robert Koster, I
are )
year_ horticultural: advice the group
1.F051. AflV.i5TI.HNHTTn'rll : I presented Mrs Zeller with a gift.

MAIL ORDER REDEMPTION CENTER R \I.I.I'UI 1"011" HIPS Each member brought a plant
zovrlcis IIPI'phv ,"h'pn them."niad .. for the annual spring "plant exchange
til of icuntT' O>mmlmil incra of
I Martin rmmlv; Ftnrldn;: In th* ore Guests attending were Mrs. John
.flo r .the or FoiirthmiMi the Clerk\ .In f. KWIKCHEKIN da, tin iinlll I .SO A. Llt Mer.atl"r: I'munit Club of Stuart and Mrs. H.
AT niwlcn, Hff anon Hf T Bihb, Fort Worth Tex. motherof
BonKlbl.., for ih. followln Mrs Koster.
I-1 Ton Pump Trll'k i Regular meetings wilt be dis-
1- IU Ton Truck Ch.
continued until the first Wednesday -
P""I.otton. may. b. oblalllpIIa In September = to rem."tp
I I h.. oftl,. 0' the Stertin Hoard
0' \'ounl.(, r'ammi..lllnera.
Th.' Hoard of fount* :Comml SENTENCES: GIVLN I
." :... reserves th rlKhtPOAIin rei.rt i
Redeem Saver's Books Here While Shopping Inv and all bid.
J'.W thiu lash OF"day COtTVTTllMMHmOM.il of xtal, 1961 Willie Albert Carter of Little

J < OF Dixie, already serving sixty days
at Your Friendly KWIK-CHEK MARTIN PRANK: COITNrVFy A. WACTJA, on two charges of public intoxication ''. htst' fLI
chairman, was sentenced to fifteen days

KSA'i., II. .t: 1MII for running a stop sign and twen
ty-five days for reckless driving i
We will the order and have gift SIMM'"II ORf"JIIH4IM.1'1' I'el 11111'1 RT Oil'IT Tit"OKtIOItint In Municipal Court Tuesday The :
: prepare your ; I* AM KOR M HTI1"UYWKYNO sentences will run concurrentlywith

his present term

mailed prepaid to your home. M.\ : tuzUKTHM : pontiff mMsnnin I> was Eddie sentenced i Joe Robinson to, forty-five, Lakeland days I wish to thank the people of Martin Countyfor

) I for displaying a deadly weapon
CHAIII.E5 A. 1'IARIPn1; I Otherwise, five fines were imposed -
THESE bonds estreated,
OP '.l IT ; four two
TO: ("H.\HI.t:1C Huron A Prt MAHTIH4SI4 ..a I sentences deferred: eight cases continued their vote and their confidence in me.
VI 'Mirail and one defendant found
f STUART SHELL RIO SERVICE STA. Tot a Complaint AHB .HFKPIIV. tar: Plvona NOTtFItnflat hnahern I not guilty.

---- -- ---- ''q ilrvd filad) lo....1"....'. you a copy, and of you,.ar.r ...., SUMMER SCISTESET I will continue to represent all the people of
Anwer or other plvadlnic" to the FOR SCHOOL
Cumplnlnl on tha llnlnllffn, Attar
Th summer
l> nv.r Anu., P. O, Do< IO-*. program
art ).10'1...., .nil tile Ih. orl"'hJ' tin County schools will open on
best of
-- ----- Martin the
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("Oil" on 0' 11"0' III. 12111 d." 01III" 17 The Board of Education set
C.LEANERS Service Sta.lORKIN r>*cra.. 1UI.1',. It'ollr..o you loll will 10 b.d. tak.....a n"r the dates for the annual program
...Inol you for the roust is-mood- at a meet i ing Monday night.
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Sailfish Club Says I 'ttal Factors Were Not ConsideredM! lilt STURT (llorkh) kEV3

m U I Reed Explains Restrictions to"Keep Thursday, May 14, 1964 7-\

I Appeal to Rogers on Inlet Raw Deal I Audubon Area Wilderness ) demnation part premise!acquires by or eminent contiguous purchase dcmwit! In to,lieu Con aaid rw,')

Congressman Paul G, Rogers' County also put up $800000 for lost In the pant four years, with "3. The conihmmon of our thereof for any purpose/ whatao

has received letters of protest from advance payment of fifty year of I I countless additional broaching and cl'Olltltate water".1In being coupled The Hobe Sound C ompany'\ gift thai is contiguous to the above d serihed I ever except to permit the installation
Stuart Sailfish Cluh and the Izauk maintenance It seems obvious I swampmgs that miraculously: did! with an ulrqiiitt inlet offers of nearly a mile of oceanfronl I cictvHie) deed restrictions "h i c h i land shall onhe! mod of water and/or utility lines)
Walton League on the raw deal I that the desire was to quiet us for not become tragedies. but easly military and transportation advantages land t to the Florida Audubon Socuiy have ben taiLed about h\' some, to facilitate the use of the a4tove
handed Martin County h\ the U. all time. for it .is impossible" for I could have of notional \,lluc cod concern contains restrictive. clauses in I of our county commissioners and for the conservation of wild life described' for the
S. Army Engineers St. I.ucie Inlet this county to think of that kind I "2. Stuart is the eastern urnu- the deed primarily guarantee reporters' are not secret plants, soil and water in relationto properly purposes I s,
: : newspaper I I human and said set forth In paragraph I '
report. of of the Okeechobce: Waterway : progress property
nioncvVe nus "4. The federal f snd contrerl that the I land will a wildcrne They are necessary t to .keep
Copies have been sent to Sen- "\ believe, there is> ample evidence I yet its inlet cannot be used by the and drainage>> operations!! hv- the U. ** area according to Na- the area a wilderness area Ihe I herein conveyed hereinafter' or contiguous 'above! Then and in any of the
atom Spessard Holland and George for federal of our I commercial and pleasure craft that property acquired foregoing events'!, numbered t L 2,
support" S Engineers base the 'thamcl P. Reed of the company, lease' is simple and can be easihunderstoexl I ,
Smathen. Urgent aid was requested inlet for strictly federal reasons i ply these waters runoff that nature meant I this i I i "To keep the record straight" A copy of the deed shall be used, for no other purposeahatsuwver or 1. all of the said above-describ!
from each of the Congressional Our original presentation showed II estuary and inlet to hmdle. The he said "I want to make public Is encloses! buildings 'lts together! with any
figures representing this annual losses lossesof I I 2, That the of the second and how
area. -marine resulting major siltation has worsened I the complete story as to 1 he Hobe Paragraph I in a simple statement party improvements
The Sailfish Cluh plea to Rogers S1.lOO.OlO.! ) This included damages I Ito MxRIlN MFMOKIVL our ,situation and i merits Sound ('l'l1Il"any' gift of <.(000() plus of land use \\, want to see part shall not sell convey lease or hereafter erected thereon ,(or
signed by William O Simp- craft losses to commercial and HOM'irVL remedy feet of land to the Audubon SI). hut this of is cure mortgage or otherwise dispose of the part remaining after any acquisition -
kin follows: charter fishing bout-building. U. I I ,I, ( piece proper sail premises or tiny part thereof under paragraph 3 above),
Mrs .
Births Mr and Eugene conservation."Paragraph
usefor I
<. !
There i is fully
You have copies of the presentation S. \Wildlife I loss estimates coa'tI a minimum ohliga ---- I or an\ estate or interest therein shall revert to and the t title theteto l
put together more than two wise shipping and marine !safety I I Summers* a daughter May 6 lion to maintain, channel depth aleight 2 limits the Audit or an)) other property which it ac. shall vest in the party of the first
jean ago for a hearing with the This figure alone capitalized over I don May Jean. I-Admitted.Tlpssvord Vance Shirley Stokes Pmg-, feet vet no imtcnnncc' : work I Measure Again I bon Society nys that way cannot quires contiguous said prcmi part its successors and assigns I
Engineers As a result of that hearing a normal t"enty-five-year term has been done in \e irs, It is three sill or in other disposeof ses. or anv estate or interest therein (whether or not (he party of the
James Nellie Viola
a survey appropriation of results in a cost-benefit ratio of Ramey Weich feet or less in mum places I the land There are numerous to am person firm or corporit first part or its then successor or
$45.000 was voted by the Congress most favorable proportions And Holland. Theodore Kolfcs. Flora "6. The arhilrin closing!! 0 f Before Issuing cases where the National Audii I ion. whether public or private successor, in interest retain any
Hartcr Gordon
The unfavorable report !given to added to these strictly maritime Signfoosc Pecks l.akef'rhleh $100000' )() hon Society has sold their propir I for .1 HIV purpose whatsoever except Interest in any adjoining premises),
our County Commission on April looses' were general area problemsconservatively I Bennett Harold Johns. Mary Sanders was quickly found and no hear- I A Beer License I ties for substantial financial gnus.11'e :a'ernttt[ the installation: : of watermil with the same force and effect as
22. 1964 at Jacksonville' was the I estimated at more and Carol Thohipson: d i s logs held---deprived us of the deep do not wish this piece of prop- ,>r utility lines to facilitate the if this deed had never been made,
result of that survey. than $4500000! ; additional I Hors. lenevieve Corliss Luce Mary Virginia safe, protected inlet we need Its I I'rtII' be III.I."Pnraaraph use ol' the above described prop executed and delivered and the*
"All local interests, were gen I Following are what we believeto John closing has worsened our inlet without It s going to luke measurement 3 forbids encroaeh mI I w the purposes 'set forth inpurargrarh party of Ihe first purl shall not he
uinely shocked The price tag was I ISJ.300.000with be legitimate federal concerns | Williams ameliorating beach erosion I of distance l to the nearest church meat on the land by the federal | I above required to serve anv notice of in:
Martin County I with making the St Lucie Inlet ] May 6-Admitted. Isaac Rinal- The same! amount of money spent before the Martin Comm' Commission I government the stile govirnnunl I I hit in the event the Federil te m ion lo re-enter said premisesCounty e
to pay 75 per cent. Added to that safe and dependable di. Warner Tiltnn Imogene Rain- to help us might well have stabilized -: tells the State (leverage I the county government or Ihe 1 local ("annum or (the Slate (ius. officials. on their return;
WIa requirement that Martin i "I.I A dozen lives have been e). Cecil Branford, Hilda Camp- Peck I.uU'We I Department a building owned bv government for any purpose enuuent\ or ins political subdivision from a conference' with" t'' S Fn8i.n .
bill; .and Cyril ,Darville.! discharged are for control of beach I Ross Pittmnn at Port Salerno j is "hlll'ol'lerith the exceptions i nl i IIHIU.\: >;f cither: or any person, r Corps officers m I Jnckson
Hat's Off Joyce Overton Gordon Sign I erosion of course hut we are vitally eligible for a beer: and wins heense mentioned.I In Ihe list scntenei t hem i \i or corporation shall at an) villa stated thil the I ngmeers refused .
to Dutton! I
foose Alfred Mornewcck Shirley : concerned with n safe inlet. Pittman and his attorncv I lion I Now. I Ill" not think these thicepiragraphs i IIIH" .acquire ins ,-'tule.or. interest lo rccogm/i the mile ol'-
Pmgston! Annie Grind. Mrs Paul We cannot escape the belief( that Schwarz. appeared before the are capricious se- 'I 111 i the i foregoing !premises or any beach front is. being 'in Ihe public,
M spcl and baby girl Frederick there are two jobs here-and that I commission, asking for approval : roll) restrictive 'I)these are com l>, n thereof. or any other propM province because: the resincnvoici "
I Three Dutton Films Rank in King Ernest Oliver Jackie Smith the inlet part j is a !legitimate and Hof I the Pittmnn building and were i mon sense restrictions intended to I which the puny of the second .mses. mm
and Ruth Kyle. urgent federal concern for the met with a petition with 171 names 1 ." lIre that the land) remain a wild
May 7-b-Admilied. Dons Wilkins reasons listed above It should he of residents of the area opposing v rgtn.:! ircn It will not take mm)
Top Ten State Shows 63The Frederick King Then Holmes rENTER PEPSI-COLA
in done without delay, the license scars fox f public and the duel BOTTLERS'
Martha Hazen and Ruth Broth i : net
We read of KX)000000() ) for Recently Randall Fisher professional I epees in f the mangrove swamps I
top ten films sponsored by ton is currently considering makIng erly: discharged' Walter Binig, the northern barge canal of $1$.- surveyor measured the irom Miami to Jacksonville I let\
Bennett Sanders John
the Florida Development Commission some TV shorts to publicize Seward and Alary Gray 000000 a year for the Fngmecrs distance between Pittman s built! I hope the Audubon Society will 1 hiihle $1,850,000.SHOPPING !
last included Raphael flood-control work that already ing and the Holiness, Church and to guard protect and preserve'
three the Velma Thomas
community.He 8-Admltled.
year May I
has done us such deep harm, of got :2024:! feet The county mea this pieee of land as a quiet place, ;
by R W. Dutton pf Port Sewall Azalee McKenzie Dora Banks,
is expected shortly to an "
countless other millions for harbor ured the distance and got I.764 .1 i wilderness area.
noted Florida wildlife photographer nouncesome new films on the area. Paul Jones. Thomas Dmklns William channel and navigation, hnrmaennJ' feet. Regulations call for a mint, The paragraphs in the deed to I
Aaron Mace J. B.
His sport fishing films in particular Bay ley for reservoirs and lakes mum of 2.(000)() feet measured along which he refers follow: I SPREE
They "Birds of Florida soilfishmg Webb Frank Roc ler and Norma =
were a especially on
other activities throughout the nearest public thoroughfare I I. Thai (the hcrcinabove described
Marsh" viewed by 23000: "A and tarpon have seen wide circulation Walker: discharged, Curtis Skinner .
the country. We respectfully and from front door to front door property together with any properly -
Florida River and Its Wildlife among !sport fishing audi Ramey. William. Robert Gladden Tomlmson Imogene and submit that our small need i is justas The Commission consulted Ccnm- hereinafter acquired by the Entry blank 'In ovary tartm >f f,psf t Patio Diet Cola/ :
seen by 18000: and Birds at a ences. A film on giant sea turtlesis
urgent even more justified In ty Attorney Dean Tooker concerning its successors and assigns. ___ _______ ______
Florida Feed Table presented to a natural history classic Cynthia Zorn the national interest the commissions grantee --- __ ___ ___ ___ ____t
jurisdictionand ------- -- -- -
May 9-Admitted, Henry Blake
15,000 The Development Commission was told by Tooker that the
"Based on the story we've had "'"
It Is worthy of note that Mr. informed him that from January and Robert Carter: discharged' from the Engineers on their plan commission can only decide if the i
Velma Thomas, Viola Holland. Dr.
Dutton film ranked March 1964 eight
productions 1962 through distance
building meets
It seems obvious that we must lookto zoning requirements
with the of his films have had 527 showings, Abbott Morton Guy Baird Fred !
productions by Development you and to Senators Holland and He raid the Slate Bev ', { 4
Giilelius, Theo Holmes, J. B. (C s ,
Commission itself Silver both to and on TV to a
groups Smothers for the help we need crape Department has informed
Springs, Sarasota Jungle Gardens total of more than 47000000 Webb Hilda Campbell William "May we hear from him the department would make
you on your Thank You.
and Thomas Dink ,
Baylcy ins
and the Humble Oil Company. viewers. ; --Admitted I John Ru- attitudes and plans?" the decision on a license .
Robert E. McHenry Jr.oho The News comments: "Hats off tena The commission. directed all in
Shirley English,
directs the Florida film program to this distinguished photographerfor Earl TAKING OVFR GULF tcrested parties to get together and
Bowen Talmer '
has presented figures which show doing more than anyone we Russell Van Houten and Hackney HarrietS The chartering of the Martin measure the distance 7 o everyone who voted and supported/
that short television films are reach- know to put our natural attractions 'In another request t. Fred Hun ibcrst -
ing wide audiences and Mr, Dut before so many people!" i mOIl Mrs: discharged Theodore County Oil Company. Inc., Bay ">n. operator of the Traele me in the recent election/
----------- Rolfes Eugene Summers and Street Stuart has been announced wind Restatirait. asked that he
baby girl Martha Ha/cn and Earl by Secretary of State Tom Adams be allowed to tell! alcoholic bev .
"aCW INC Bowen Authorized stock is MX!( ) shares at erases until 1am. Bars now close ::
SALE /G May I II I Admitted, Harry $100( ) a share Incorporalon are at 2 a.m.
? Grant Susie Mae Delany. Peter X. O Lisle Jr. and Dons M Lisle lie 'said! he was losing businessto i.
I Montfort and Fred Hock; discharged I Vera Beach and William A Ought. Palm Beach County burs that John W. Keller
Aaron Mice Carol I II' crson Stuart. But nobody has slav open until dawn,
LITTLE GIRLS'SHOESPATENT Thompson Dora Banks Paul I struck oil. A query to Ouiihlcrson' The commission instructed At-
Jones. Isaac Rmuldi Nellie Weich brought the reply that the new torney Tooker to look into the matter 1\
I' Doris Wilkins. Cyril D irville. Howard corporation I is purchasing interests and report at the commission I
LEATHER RF.IlIItF: Partlow Sr. and Shirley English i. in the Gulf distributorship June 9 ,
., ; here _meeting______.____
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ROAD REPAIRING BEGINS: on East Osceola Street adjacent second from lift. and Paul Myer, street superintendent fourth from patterns and colors. The commercial

to Haney Circle, on Friday May 8. City Manager Joe Crowder, left discuss! the work with employe of Dickcrson Inc. contractor } and institutional

.._ action "uniform" for
play I 11- use .
Sunday, May 17: Worship services FIRST PRESBYTERIAN:
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will be held at 845 and 11 ti Green yellow
a.m. with the pastor, Rev Walter Sunday: 9 a.m., church school and school Short sleeve ) or

D Jcssup delivering the message! (classes for all age10): a.m., worship white, with unite
service, 6
Church school will { p.m., young peoples
I begin at 10 fellowship. collar style cotton knits.
a.m;: Junior and Senior MYF at lids.
6:30: pm.Monday. The session will meet at 7:30pm

May 18; Men's prayer on Monday May 18 Sizes 6 to 16.
group will meet at 7 a.m. Rev. A Sydney Lowrie will have

Tuesday, May 19: There will bea the morning devotions on WSTUat
meeting of the WSCS at 12;30pm. 7;45 every morning May 18-23. 7 heavy duly plastic U
The United Presbyterian Women .
ST. MARVS EPISCOPAL and children will have C
the chargeof 's Association! will hold I a long Hearing and practically

Thursday, May 14: 10:30: a.m., the service This will be the IR.'tT' I BAPTISf "Mother and Daughter Banquet" at unbreakable .
the Episcopal Churchwomen will final session of Sunday school unlit Stuart 6 pm. on May 15 Mrs William
meet at the church and bave carpools September At 11 am, there Lichty and Mrs. Jack Nethers are Compare at $1991KWIK r
to go to Seminole Shore will be Holy Eucharist and sermon Wednesday evening at 7;30 the I II co-chairmen Circles 4 and 3 will Compare
for the final meeting of the mason Wednesday, May 20: 7;30 p.m., monthly business meeting of the I be hostesses.
Luncheon will be served at i senior choir rehearsal I church will be held, followed by
12 noon Starting on May 24 summer the midweek prayer service The ST. JOSfPII CATHOLIC at 89c.

Friday, May 15; 3 p.m., Girls' i, schedule will be resumed: 8 a.m., chapel and 8:15.chancel choirs will rehearse The week-day Masses from WRAPNEW
Friendly Society meets I Holy Eucharist and 10 a.m. Holy : Monday through Friday will be at

Saturday, May 16: 10 am, junior Eucharist and morning prayer on Builders Friday Union evening will at continue 7:30: the 8:30: a.m.; on Saturday at 7:30: a.m.
alternating Sundays
choir rehearsal. Perpetual Miraculous Medal
the "Book of Books," taught by No- FOOD AND FREEZER
Sunday, May 17: 7:30: I m., Holy AIL S.UN IV EPISCOPAL Rev, J. W, Marion They will. vena will be held on Tuesday at MEN'S BATISTE
710 .
Eucharist: 915: am. morning Jensen Beach meet at the home of Mr and Mrs : pm"Religious
prayer and Girls' Friendly.Society Walter Crowell and Interested instructions for high
annual report of their activities Thursday, May 14, Octave of in this study )is anyone welcome school student are held on Mon SHORTY PLASTIC WRAPPure
of the year At this time the Sun the Ascension: 10 am. Holy Communion day from 7 to 8 p.m. and for grade PAJAMAS
Saturday from 9:30
day school awards will be made Intention: "For the Peace morning : school students on Saturday from
12 the Intermediates will meet
of the World.
-'I I 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her
Friday, May 15: 6 am. Holy bert Bruner for a swim party and Registration for all new
Communion" Intention: "The Departed the study of the book, "The Faith I from St. Joseph Parish students''
TIMETO They Kept" to attend St. Joseph! school will 1
AllTAYLOrVASHLEV Whit Sunday, Feast of Pentecost Sunday morning at the morning be held next Sunday, May 17, after
17 7:30 the 9 and 11 a
May : : cm. Holy worship services Rev Forrest H am Masses Children (-
Communion, 9 a.m., Family Communion Watkins will on "Your Home I entering the first grade must Sleep cool and t
speak unencumbered
rs 11 Holy Communion Can Be Christian" At the be six years of age before Jan 1,
evening 100 f Roll
x t.
1965. Birth certificates must be fit, l In these
worship service at 7:45 the comfort cut cotton
Whit Monday, May 18: 7:30: ordinance of Believers Baptismwill presented for this grade All transfer .
a.m., Holy Communion. Intention be observed lino the ordi students must present report t e a batiste pajumaK. Assorted sana -
: "That We May Respond to stance of the Lord Rev. cards upon registering
Supper. ,
e the Guidance of the Holy Spirit. Watkins will speak on Baptism." The bishop will ordwa Rev, D v.. anl nl F r t !8i it i, belied prints and solid col

Whit Tuesday May 19: 7 am., Monday morning at 8:30: there is Russell! to the sacred priesthoodat 1/ on. !Nicely styled and tailor
St in /
Holy Communion. Intention: "For will be a Vacation Bible School Anthony Church fort Transparent
Church of (he Holy Spirit West faculty meeting in the church Lauderdale on Saturday, May 16, jjl'u u add Sites A-B-C'U.
Palm Beach and Holy Comforter, basement! Anvone who can help at II-a.m.- 0/i/ :.:; Plastic Odorless -
Kemlworth 10." in Vacation Bible School in any St Joseph Guild will hold a
Wednesday, May 20, Ember way is asked to attend. Monday bake sale on Sunday, May 17, aft 1. r Reusable,
Day: 7 atm., Holy Communion. evening at 7:30: the Associational' er all the Masses. is
Intention: "For the Seminaries of Sunday school meeting will be heldin I' A retreat for women will be held
v tho Church." the Glendale Baptist Church in at the r>nncle House' In Lanlana' ,
Vero Beach. The Ruth Sunday on the weekend of June $.7, Anyone :
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST school class will meet Monday eve. Interested In attending may ONE GALLON PLUS
SCIENTIST ning at 8 at the home of Mrs. Caroline call Mrs. Ray DcWagcneire at
East Ocean Blvd., Stuart Allison 287-2258:! .
Sunday ; service at J I.
morning On afternoon at 3:30 Baccalaureate exercises for the 0
Lesson' J 17,
sermon subject
: May
"Mortals and Immortals the carol choir will meet at the Catholic: students graduating from
church for rehearsal. The church the Martin County High School
Sunday, school, (lam. Nursery cabinet meeting usually held on : will be held in St. Joseph Church
Hartford's Family Auto Insurance provided this Tuesday evening has been I on May 24 at 7:30: p.m.
Wednesday Testimonial
will preside with brand ; until
you 8 postponed next Tuesday,
protection-Hit substantial savings pmReading May 26. PALM CITY BAPTIST
Rooms 282 Flaglcr Avenue
If )ou have a good drlv. : Monday through Friday, 9:30: The chapel honored the young
big record. And with the Hurt- am..12:30: p.m. RLDLEM1R: LUTIIERAN est mother the oldest mother and

ford name on your policy there Christian Science radio program, Worship services will be held the mother with the most childrenon I Women's and Children'sZORIS

need ba. DO doubt about the "The Bible Speaks to You" may at 10:30: next Sunday morning at Sunday May 10 by giving to I Guaranteed Unbreakable
quality of your' Insurance. be heard over WSIU. Stuart, Redeemer/ Lutheran Church, East each a lovely corsage
Cull our office now to Me II 1450 kc, at 7:15: p.m. Monday. Ocean Boulevard. During this I Rev and Mrs. Henry Tatum are t Square design ,
you' qualify... for savings on the Topic fur: May 18 "An Answerto service we will observe the rite of leaving on vacation May .15 and
Problems of bnironmcnt" will visit their daughter and other .
finest auto (Insurance you tan Holy Confirmation, as well as the saves refrigeratorepace: '
relatives in the South.
Festival of Pentecost Three
bur HRH MHIIODIST: people will be confirmed and Rev. Loys Frink will preach at Translucent container! y 1 ,

Stuart Ihree adult Six more people will both services on Sunday, May 17 IK marked wish Boa.
Wednesday, May 13: There will be formally received into mem His;: message in the morning will
i be "In the Steps of Faith; and I tit t
be bership in this
impressive service
a quarterly! conference" meeting i : : graduations. 5oap.CHI
will be "Crucified
: evening Unto
at the First Methodist I Church at "The Burden Lifted" human
the World. Rev. AI Crow will 4y
7:30 lid features non-drip 1'c
: p.m. Everyone is invited to guilt and divine forgiveness will
attend. he the theme of next Sunday episode be on speaker May 24 in and the Rev.morning Frmk service will pouring spout i
Thursday, May 14: There will of "This Is the Life" TV
be at 7 a:10 meeting. of the official board program on Channel 4 at 9 a.m'More speak"What in the It evening Means to on Believe the subject in SUw to fit all the 11 ii'ii'Perfect
p.m.hiduy. Power To You" the "
Jesus Rev. Frink it a long-time family In assorted
May 15: Junior choir
peat untapped source of
resident of this area and well known colon.
.rehearsal. .will_ begin at 3:30 p.m. power, the Holy Spirit will be Dr. to most Baptisu here. Rev. Crow
Oswald Hoffman subiect for next is associated with Rev Mickey
Sunday and the next four Sundays Evans at the Dunklin Memorial Florida's favorite Family for storing
on "The Lutheran Hour"which '
Camp and n a member of Park Fun Footwear For Flor
: can be heard locally at 7:35: view Baptist Church in Fort Pierce. all liquids.
ida's favorite
FeettMen's !
I thank the many who t'oteel01' pm each Sunday evening over The deacon will lead in mid- O
me \\ week services while the pastor I is Use as a shaker,
Every Tuesday evening pastor's I I'STU away, Don Kahle and Tom Sham-
ill the recent election Bible class. at 7:30:; Wednesday afternoon bLat with Leslie Kindbcrt will be too.
at 3:30, junior choir and in charge Wednesday May 20,
Wednesday at 8 p.m., Ladies Guild and Winston Yinglmg and Clyde
I meeting. Davis will be in charge on May I BAN-LON
Friday evening at 6 there will be 27 Mrs. Bette Kindberg will be "MARVEL" LONG LIFE
I will continue to serve the people of l dinner by the elders for the con.firmands teaching the young adult women
and their parents, followed white Mix Tatum u away S-T-R-E-T-C-H
at 7;30 by the examination I
The GA featured Urn
are being
Martin County in the Florida/ Senateto of confirmands. week and tome of them presenteda > LIGHTBULBS

Vacation Bible School com skit at the regular W.M.U. Jl'lft'C-I' SOCKS
menccs on June 8. run until June ing night, 7:30, at the
the best of my ability. 19. from 9 to 11:30 am Mrs Tuesday j

Eleanor Antos is superintendent The intermediate girls will meetat I SS4* bretjulors el $1X0 tiBenIhcM rUSTI
Our church is +
open every day the home of their teacher Mr*. ,
for meditation and prayer, and Dons Van Tuincn. on
the rose display garden u open to can Boulevard Friday at AJI-AIIWI'j.1; -
public. d: From 15 to 100

SenatorIrlo JHIOVAirS WITNESSES FOR Watt Sizes .
Kingdom Hall, Britt Road EXPERIENCEDRUG
Package of 6
Thursday, 7.30 pjn, ,Theocratic L I For
Ministry School: 830: pm? serv
ice meeting Theme: Making a
Bronson Defense With a Mild Temper and
Deep Respect"Sunday CLEANING .Wag Hearing O
5 e study .1 mm l ii SOCKSare
with aid of Watchtower! Theme: CALL nut alt-lime/ lop value 8ILA

Woman Head Covering and la _', bo*. Choose

i (Paid Political! Ad..rU......!) Congregational Activities" WARREN'SAT Ova a .brtt assortment ofpuiwlw
Monday 7F: m, Bible: study, Spring colon.
Theme: "A of True Worihipm 74755 I
Gets Out of Chaldea.

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I Chamber Again Sponsors li\ent


A. '.7, !, Launch Plans for Gala ParadeIn

I ill ifi; '; n Stuart on 'Glorious Fourth' i

I Stuart Chamber eil ( outturn 'nwlcd I litters have Ken: sent to school will not bo in session, npir-
will again sponsor u gila louithot the presidents ol area (crgimia: lied "informal" marching units I
Parade, I he in will he
July & a :
I lions asking appointment ol a pn have taken part each year.
Americana and Fiftieth Anmursurv
i rx x 1 1s of Stuart' with all orc.im/i: : rude commillee representative and The parade hal received statewide t

lions in the county invited to p.,irtieipale [ piirtuipiition, through placing an attention ai an outstandingevent ,
4r with floats in either eats entry in the piradi: Ins; year'* and list )cur gamed inter-

Ror). parade eh urniiin, Ray Cooke. hiannouneed < nilioual rccociiilion! when a groupof
r rt A special program will be are
for Swedish! students incliiued it
a meeting on
for observance of the I Iii''
ranged Wednesday, Slav :20! at 7:30: p.m. 'their itincI'IIl') as I the feature of atypical
's. tieth anniversary of founding tit
y at I the Chamber of Commerce American Fourth of July
the City of Stuart and one special"
t "building. celebruti:
sword' will be given to a float tin I
S that theme The patriotic IUlltli I iKiil high sehewl: hands are
ol previous years will be ntainti- I !being united I to supply musical HONOR (1R11FIf.IF 1 :
,; ed also, with a trophy for the bent grouiss.lVhde it i IH rciogniiid thai AUOKDII 'I\I.UK\

that category, A.khtilll1.\III\\lIrd, --. -.-. Jerry t. Mullen. son ol Mr.
will he given, for the most origin il and Mrs It. Iph Milkn Palm
and the most beautiful: flout and OO.I. Executive City. was recently (he recipient of
(the best entry by a youth orguti/1 I an honor roll certificate from In-
: : : : : Committee Meets
lion, Commercial (louts are alsoVF.IV ; di in i Unnersny: Bloontington,
Ind. where he I IH a junior majoring -
CORONATION SERVICE of Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church, Stuart, McClure and Cathy Corle), princesses; front row': Beverly Ta)lor. Cindy Hamilton nsttI'I'At ; ('hiurm in \Henry ('unn unnllllnc-j in SlavIc languages He i iM a
I was held Sunday, May 10. Shown in back row: Cindy Elliott, maiden Janice Tay- maidens; Franklin Davidson, crown bearer: ; Nancy Megitilt/ flower girl; Lita I I id bean Ihit t the\eiutive Marlin Committee( will IW/ griduiie of Martin County
lor, Hall, lady-m.waiting; LindaSOCIETYNEWS Elliott and Barbara McClun, nHulens.; Golden Gate High :
queen-in-service: Denise Handy queen Cindy iieel at! the First National (Hinkeoninninily I _. -- -
; ;: : : -
-- ---- ------- ------ Thursday, May 2S room on Thursday I SchoolBOAT
1 SI. J() Jo.I'1i C.I''l1n Miv. 14, nl 7:30: p.m. :
and Mrs Rod Aclcrholclt I Ann rbogast ;in PLANS CARL PAR rv Stuart post of the Veterans of t A school of instruction for precinct !
The of the executive
meeting !foreign Wars will install olheersit
workcis will be in session
board will be held! Thursday, May Lead Role Now in St. Joseph Guild will hold u card : the post hllIIin Golden date under the leadership of !Mn I STORAGE
r 28 al 8 p.m, at the home of Mrs New Riptide Play party at the community room ol , Earl D. Ricou, The next regular the I irst National Kink on Thurs "public i IH invited Instilled. will IHcommiiuler While You're Away
meeting of the Junior Woman'sClub That old theatrical adage "1 he IXtnild J. Austin
will be held Monday, June show must glon" has been: put day, May 21 at I p.m. There will senior vice comm inder. (hirles lo ,\ IIKMSOKOKIIY : > Hurricane
8 at the \Voinans Club building be t table prius and door prues A (urlslront; junior vice com I I Ml1. I'
Meet to good use bthe Riptide Player I Building
First Summer .
Informal Refreshments will be served lick- iniiiider I Iwi N Brown; quailcrmister Mrs II. J. Ahholl president of :
Clllll) ARE CtNltR:: : Aileen Kuli hid to drop out I .
John ml"
els mop be purchased Irons I 'immhers Muiruv.; judge I pmlon Zeta Chipler, will attend! Dry
1O BK: DISCDSSH: ) of the cast I of See How 1 hey Run
the I VIIIllt1"11I Curtis; the state convention of IliU
Women Here or ut door Please bring post surgeon Sigini
Held Reasonable
by Junior Like Ann Arbo-
Mrs Richard Hupfel will discuss a good trouper role und your own cards Mrs Olm Booth Fred OSteen: chaplain Kavmondliuike Phi "sorority al (learwnlcr, May
into the lead .
I. the Little Dixie Child Care gast stepped will be: chairman with Miss Helen : und three Mar trusleeil !I' .through.. '17 She "will" "be ace Rates
The first summer informal the Library Association and the is doing a great job The director Keillev. Mrs. M. Pine and herl It ( urr eompanied by her husband I
, meeting of the Junior Woman i. :librarian, Miss Blanche Thalmanand Center: at the Thursday May 14, has one coin plum. The cast will Mrs. tdwurd kmselli irgie assisting. I Courteous
I Club of Stuart was held Monday will include Hobe Sound and meeting of the Martin County not stop laughing al the lines Kyle Service
evening, May II, at the Woman Port Salerno as well as the local Mental Health Association Also Taylor has' tilled one of the roles .VlltNDH: ('ONtBOF : "ENTER PEPSI-COLA
that wasn t cast several weeks ago. BOTTLERS' Reserve
The education committee Space Now
Club I library.
I building lo be discussed! are other ways and the UIIIKIISMr : :
hi contacted
i The education committee, Mrs. I also! announced that the annual You may by COMNETF BOAT REPAIR
i Woman Club scholarshipof means of dispensing the money. Players for the purchase of tickets '. Gertrude Minnchan an,
Larry Ankrom chairman, an Junior :
nounced that the summer reading I $200 will be presented! on Class The luncheon will be held at the There is planned a drive to 1 sell Mrs. Nellie I Pe//om attended th, $1,850,000 MBtRCLASSINGOutlNHird
[program for pre'!school and school- Night, Tuesday, May 26, to a Tradcwmds Restaurant on East them at the heavily traveled areas const'tulional conference:: of t h c All Makes Mwlur and Repair
Seven have Ocean Boulevard at 12 on the weekend Amu nun Legion Auxiliaries in Sc Model
age children will be expanded) this worthy senior girl girls noon
The public can also obtain tickets ; basti in last week.
I ear. The six-weeks will applied for the scholarshipMrs
()be conducted In co-operation program with 1 Tolcy Engcbrctsen reported Mr! and Mrs, Howard Cooke, by calling: 287.0X04 or in personat The Harold Johns Unit No h BAILEYBoat
Rortill Furniturerichly received awards for work in n"
11 the Florida Federation of parents of Cooke SHOPPING
-------1 on Mayor Ray who SPREE
1I habllll t ilion and child clf.lre Mrs
I Woman Clubs' sixty ninth annual have spent the past winter In Holi- thousand United Shies Pcz/mi, district l press ehmrmin 1 Company

\'I''I week convention of April held 12.in Jacksonville Theme for the the for day their Park,home left In Tuesday Bridle morning N. J. half visitors of 19(13.visited( Berlin in the first a gave gilt a from report the and district wiis president presented Entry" blank fa mry carton' of,Pepsi t folk' Dttt Co/ ... I JENSEN: : BEACH AT 7-09J<5

'I 4.tsttvC arhwK'.. convention was "Our Heritage of -- -- -
:::; ,& Freedom:: Mrs. Engcbrctsen. and. -- -
Mrs. Frank Zorn attendee) the Convention
as delegates from the
Junior Woman Club of Stuart

For TheBeauty Mrs, Donald Gore announcedthat
Miss Bitty Ann Stewart, home m
economist for Florida Power &

of Light demonstration Company,luncheon will conduct Friday a Yw "s S 9r IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO

May 1 15, at 11:30: a.m. at the Flor
You. ida Power & light Company office -
All members interested in at- "
.,.1(,.. --. ... tending should contact Mrs Gore. '
Junior Day chairman, Mrs Earl Visit TheNEW
D. RICOH, announced plans for
the District! 10 Junior Day to be
held Thursday, May 21, at 10
a.m.-2 p.m. at the Woman's Club
building. There will be a coffee
hour, reports, luncheon and a
speaker The local club will be
hostess to all clubs from District I
I 10 and will provide the luncheon I
with Mrs. Jack Hampton in charge
The District 10 workshop will be| !
held Thursday, May 28 in Lake I YORK
Fashionette Worth. 1 his is a work session open ( i
to all Junior Woman Club
presidents, vice presidents, pro'' 0
BEAUTY SALON gram chairmen: department :
men, state officers, and all
605 COLORADO AVENUE ested clubwomen who ,Chair-I

; STUART, FLORIDA learn more about our

Open :Mon thru Sat. Federation Mrs. Hugh and Gawn its the new' tt; k J WORLD FAIR

7:30 5:30 I senior sponsor for the club, was
\ a.m. p.m. I welcomed by the president, Mrs

MARIE WEIS Owner Guy Cromwell. Guests introducedat
: ANN I1URLBUT, Operator the meeting were Mrs. Joseph! I
B. Wiley Mrs, Cecil Melton and
Phone 287-4999 Mrs Jerry Gate Hostesses' for
the Mrs Frank Zorn
evening were : :: % _.
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E. OCEAN BLVD.T 7-1737 Mother-Daughter BanquetThe .. Y ... .

OPEN: MOM.: THRU SAT. 7:39 A.I."IlL: 9 P.M. annual Mother and Da ugh- : I Luann DoIlleTerri Smith. SharI ...... f ,JI- 4' ,, ,, orr
'" vT 7 '
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OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.1L.t2:31): ) P.M. 6 P.M-9 P.M.: rev Banquet wa held at I the Com- ,i I on Baker! Jacque Penick and Kathy i s .J
I'I \ :
mUM) Church on TucMta, May Ii Martin: Becky \\oodruff Joyce
Host Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. 5. with more than l 150 guetlt attending Bray Cindy Suiter Jerri Suttw I 1 ;t.

Linda Jennings Lee Jennings Peggy -
BROWARD CAN REFILL ANY I' The wags and meant committee : Olne: girls chorus Suwn Bray .
of the Indies Aid Circle was Rnelcne Miner Gav Tweeds. Sar- "
Refillable PRESCRIPTION in charge of planning' and preparing I, ah Lockwood Jeanne Gunn and <<
regardless the "dinner and (the serving wan Kathy Houser: Vaughn Bray, t.Jt.. ..... ...
of when originally filled performed hthe Mem Connie Klear Caryl Crowdcr. .i.'
ht J. ',,. :;
> d. IIrOCher-1 kathy Klear and Horace Hunt "
The next tin you need I prescription!! The piece: de resistance Assisting were: Organist Arlene I .J. : '''

d '. filled or refined bring It to Broward dinner a delicious Woodruff: lighting. Horace Hurst: st;;
-, tor savings and "'n- *. We stork com- received to much favorable comment stage! crew Janet Olne I >. Joy I '
:.;. pIMP line Including the newest "mir that it was decided to tell Tweedy and Delaine Miner: props i it,
\1b acle"drug \\io; fill prescriptions from j the recipe at 10 cams a copy Rolandoodrufl' and directors.,
opening 'til I You rant buy decorated with
The taMe were Claire TarN' Lillian Tweeds
higher quality or better wrvice CD beautiful of while and :\KINC LIKE TOM! \HtFR.. Phil Kirse right' commander for Memorial Day rites The painters. are left to right Charlie
pompom and centerpiece red carnal torn, arranged of Barracks No 854 florid War I Veterans. direct the repaintDiffendal.. Al Ferguson Jim Houghton and Frank BrmnsccN
Res.- WHY PAY MORE? hMr', Mcrhcrt Gardner. Lions Elect tog project at All Saints ( emelerv Jensen Beach. in preparation

the evenings program included: -------- -- n_ ___._
r "The First Word" Ufa Keith
DEO. IM 1,75 (master of ceremonies,: invocation New Officers Jensen .
Man Sniousc: (oust to mother I
WINDBONNET BRECKSHAMPOO Jeanne (tunn. and coast to daughters
The election of officer was SOCIETYJan
Vivian Gunn.Characters Now Closed for
in the various tableaux held at the May 6 meeting of Jen-
sen Beach lions Club
that followed were: Julia Then late of officers for the ,, .
Aerated NbrA All'I'ypPs77C I Wood Joyce Dickinson Grace New Span Task -'- -
includes President.
: 5
coming year
Ann Hurle\ Holly Dickinson! Fd Schmidt: first vice president Leighton to Represent
I James Walker. (the Jcnscntttle. ''
1019- William, Yunllo; second vice president The Jensen' Beach Bridge over
.==. Helen Xa\ Smith Karen Dailey.MriuoDisr Frank Williamthird: vice the Indian River was closed this.

= rrtilenMartin Wahl secretary. "crkVhen it opens again in ten Auxiliary at Girls State' -
.- 1RI I n-\' 11EIIS Wallace Gardner: assistant secretary months, or longer, the old rickety!
Ed Miller, treasurer John span will he just t a rrmonScott I ".,
2J5 2.50 Mm Jan Leighton has been
At the official board meeting on I Larson; Lion tamer Seymour Construction Company of courage (
REVLON( ToneH May' <. the following officers were Gideon; tail twister.. Virgil Wilson: Thomasville Cia., began moving I chosen to represent the American I A member of the senior classat .
'Color elected Kermit Tucker chairman; two-year directors Homer Archam- heav\ equipment into the area ,, Legion Auxiliary Harold Johns : Martin County High School,
: Harold B.iker. vice chairman: Mrs. beault, and Frank Forsbcrg one- Monday to begin construction of Post No 62. at Girls State which she is also a member of the junior
Living Curl SHAMPOO I J Ernest Baker secretary; Ed year directors. Harry Heritage, the draw span Dickerson Inc of I will he held at Florida State University activities of the auxiliary and in
Ham. treasurer, and Mn Roland Richard Carroll and Bud Sieg. Stuart isthe subcontractor for 1 Tallahassee; June 1219. 1938 was poppy queen. .s.
HAIR SPRAY Kilna RublittilN 'York financial secretary The president-elect Fd Schmidt. the approach work on.// Alternate delegate chosen was A luncheon has been arrangedby :>
A leadership training school of appointed Alan Wilson as bulletin As most residents know, the Miss, Sharon West the District 12 Girls State
I, the Women's Society of Christian editor. Duane L. Slemle. M.D.. Iv access to Jensen Public Beach Miss Leighton was selected by I chairman to be held at the Trade-
1.o : Sen ice will he held in Vero Beach was the guest speaker! for the evening during the work on the bridge III the members of the auxiliary on I winds Restaurant in Melbourne,
I Ihursday. Ma14 starting at 10a Three other guests and twen be b\ way of Stuart bridges over I qualifications: of leadership, co- Sunday, May 17 At that time all
.ft), Sandwiches should be taken! : ty-three members were present the St Lucie and Indian Rivers opcrativencss, honesty, physical I9M candidates from the district MISS JAN IHGIirONJean :
I dessert and beverage will he The following delegates will represent The bridge, for which contractwas fitness, scholarship character and will be honored along with the
C..II Mrs J. Ernest Baker the Jensen Beach Lions Clubat awarded at $765.999, will i I I candidates who attended Girls Statein
OraFASNIOAEB I'I'e itrv'l Loran the District 1 meet
75* the slate convention in Hollywood feature fishing pier i extending 1961
Naomi Circle will meet May 21 through 24: James along the northeast and southwest Middlcton Attends ing held April 26 In Riviera Beach
TIN ROOF MACLEANS I Monday May 18 at 7:30: p.m. at Dean. Ed Schmidt, Martin Wahl I sides V.F.W. Auxiliary Mrs. Midge Tracy is the dele
the hums of Mrs William Mid. and Ed Miller. Training School gate and Mrs Gladys Almcgord! is
I dlcton j The next regular meeting of the lVonen'selssn. Plans Card Party Set
I the alternate to the departmental
SUNDAE Toothpaste William Middleton several!
-- club: will be held at Seymour'sInn spent
on May 20 at which time a J1a/;e. Card Party day last week at the Landlord The regular meeting of the Ladies convention in Cocoa Beach on
TrryPt"8' Discount Hotel Winter Park, Auxiliary: of the Veterans of June 14
Super new member Alan B Wilson will : in attending!
I ..'la.:1.'JleNSI be inducted into the club. Guest Fortv-eight members and two 'the Service' I Umceri training' Foreign Wars was held Wednes A card party was to be held
A I BUY ONE GET ONE speaker for the evening will be guests were present at the May 4 School of the American Legion. day May 6 at the post home. Mrs Wednesday May 13 at 8 p.m at
29c 53c F IEEiiIil attorney William Oughtcrson of meeting of Jensen Beach W omen's I Represented at the school were Helen Peetz and Mrs. Renee Burros the post home. Mrs Jennie Smith
Stuart Association all veterans' organizations, and were inducted as new members and Mrs Grace Hall are hostesses
; 1J atJII Activities for the month includea personnel interested in rehabilitation Following the business meeting,
: The Fete bake sale on May 23 at Jensen! Also attending, were the regional An invitation was read from the refreshments were served by Mrs.
sQ,6u INTERIOR LATEX, Heritage II, Beach Bank with Mrs. Harry Heritage directors representing! the Paul Saniford Post West Palm Mclvma Weed and Mrs Myrtle
t; I WALL MINTS ,.... Square Post PartyOver I in charge and a dessert-card: three veterans hospitals in Florida Beach to attend the installation Hall.The
1E9ii'? I .. I party on May 25 at the clubhouse, and many Washington representatives May 17. next meeting will he Wednesday
I hft\U"Y.VI c....".'...N. the weekend of Saturday \ with Mrs. Carol Sandcll as chair on veterans' affairs A report was given by Mrs May 20, at the post home
d"Io! j O .It...NUr.aa n ._. lit Maju2. *'T..-""' Mrs Harry Heritage man hoe I wishing to attend the .*.Melviifen! Dwison. w.tal service :
1 0 Min rN NW.YTU of North Indian River Drive, i card puny are requested to make office for the VeUran Bureau. ''
,r=., ,. ,0 M1 IUNIe ..110t.n..N were hosts to forn-frve otit-of.town reservations presided rENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS''
I ..... ...
I U.TO rNweer piesta at the St Lucie Country | Mrs. Laura Desmond was the
Club. winner of the door prue. GARDEN: CLUB TO INSTALL
.1. wf Mires cu.N The affair was the eleventh reunion Hostesses for the afternoon included
2.00 TONI JULIA MAT 1.49 TONI' \\.0_J .MN'.Ill, =:yes of Masons and Eastern ,, : Mn Amelia ]Stiller Mrs The Garden Club of Jensen! I JI,850OOO.
,....roll. .. [.n4ruwN. Mae Common. Mrs Genevieve Beach will hold a luncheon and I
Stars, who also are members of ,,
HOMEPermanent CREMERINSE White Rain ..
installation of officers at the Port
IK |
the Square Post No. 2J2 of the Header Mrs Fadina Price and
Hair Spray American Legion in Chicago and Mn Kathryn Cordes St. Lucie Country Club on Wednesday
$698 2RIL FREEONE May :20.:: All members and
will be held
their The next
presently making meeting
Our Low PrIce Our Low Woo Our Low Price are friends of the club who plan to
homes in Florida.Highlighting on Monday. May 18About SHOPPING SPREE
attend this affair are reminded to
1.17 ?1c 1.09 COAT the weekend was 400 feature movies are make their reservations, by May
LATEX INTERIOR WALL PAINT a banquet in the Terrace Room of j
NO NINNN the club on Saturday evening dur- produced I in the United States annually 15 Mrs.Call either Basil Vincent.Mn. William Weissor Entry blank In wry carton' of PepsPath/ Diet Cola,

VASELINE "AIR: TON, a 64cEMPIRIN' t tW-II-"" -.-...!- .. .OVr1LNMW rNY4fNN Co".,,......N.. .MN110ril ..... furnished which musical bv Vincent entertainment Stewart Mrs.was t : -- I
N tIN MU Stewart Mrs Robert Crowder
: Mill rNYruM ,N: Un Roland Woodruff and Frank
COMPOUNDS J .' MN. Baker of Fort Pierce.
''OO'aIU.I,1Sf1lEDIQUICK SSc O LIT..".t111N...... ..Nr.rN .. Later the group moved into the

/.0 uu 1M IrTNI.N Great Hall for dancing.On .
I / nun ru"i.wcuuNCa, Sunday morning, the group THANK YOUTo
Nu. met for breakfast after which some
TIASAr::: 127LUSTRECREME. J898 EVEaY FREE of the group accompanied Mr.
Heritage to church services at the
Jensen Beach Community Church

: 109 -Roof Coating and the remaining guests accompanied all of those who supported me A
U 1 IZE In 1 gallon or 5 gallon can Mrs. Heritage to her home Jftlr,
e Aluminum where the entire croup was Inter 19 t1 v
e Uquld Black served brunch before leaving for
TUSST 1 Wt TUSST e Plastic Black heir respective homes in the Democratic Primary May 5. '
'"" Thw group assembled from all ,
Complete Lint of Other
:j : mBRERO over the state They agreed that
Inlerlor and Fxlerior Pafafc.NVTION4LLY they had thoroughly enjoyed their II

:"/ first visit to this section and promised -
ADHRllSEDOUTBORD to return. '

TANNING | TANNING.TiNNINC. I AiDAU10OBILE : a year The and group will gets meet together again in twice October The Response you gave to my candidacy ;. /J14-b. ,
OIL I IfNale.
,10110 I FOAM Jit at Pier 66, in Fort Laud- ,
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|| 1 T sB II Phone 27-1 43 J PERSONAL was gratifying.'A

Mrs. B. H. Stickney of Detroit
227 Fbtkr St Mich. was the guest for ten daysof tr
SALE DAYS TODAY THRU SUNDAY Stuart. Fla. Mrs William Robbins of Roberta I Say Very Sincerely, '
Avenue Mrs Stickney left
Yl1.000 fa Cofe
18DOCTORENDORSED ""tal-a-N Saturday for Hollywood and! will
STOlES COAST TO COAST tad friends there before returning
to her home.
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1" Gallon b 9c HH a } U.S. Choice Western Lazy Aged Boneless Sirloin Schools Churches GROUP PROJECT. PLAN
2 > Clubs and Civic Organizations Row Dos Group P: act W.r"
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80 PACK BOX 11c 0
89c Carrots 9C

TUNA 1/2 SIU CAN 31c

Tomatoes 2 lB. 25c Lemons 25C PEAS 4 on; 85c Shop Monday thru Thursday tun. to 6:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 ajn. to 1 pjn.FOOD .
Pricn Good ThurOar Friday. fftattef Mr 14, 15. 16

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114.8 rUE STL'ART (}ta.) NEWS Thursday, May 14, 1964 Card PartyIs
School Group 'I Success

Ii PORT SALERNO NEWS Enjoys PicnicOn I'I I sen-curt Many! people party held enjoyed last the Tuesiln de,.

: IRAND IPENING : 'I by Coral Gardens Civic Assow ",.
: MRS VICKY PROSE, Correspondent AT 7-2085 These a picnic words we were will taken go"! literally I lion. There were sixteen tables MI,

.... -:....- I | by seventy pupils of the fifth I II play.Mrs.. Grace Denton was ch,,11,
I and sixth grades, .fifth. !grade teacher man of the affair assisted bMr,
PTA Minus President I Rae Warn Principal Walter Pet-
a Madeline Fraruonc and Mrs: M"in.
II erson and seven mothers acting as Greta

cooks and chaperones. Winner of the table lamp ,

PORT SALERNO I Installs Other Officers the Friday children was, who the had day been planned saving by Mrs. Mabel won Perkins.by Mrs.Door Gcrinuli prtswere u "

I Port Salerno Elementary Parent tain, the boys spoke their charges dimes each all term for formed the occasion committees -, I Cucci. Mrs Carl Rydell Mrs. f-r.n.
and room
Teacher Association held iu final Patrol boys were John Bennett, ces Martin. Mrs. John Arra \\ d.|
the hot mus-
I to purchase! dogs ham Reed Mrs Katie Hciltord
meeting for the term on Thursday lieutenant, Roy Stone sergeant; tard, pickles, buns and Cokes. and Mrs. John Bolt
evening. I|I Junior Varnadore. sergeant; Hubert These! articles were loaded into

-FREE- Principal Walter Peterson installed Johnson, sergeant, and Milton the room mothers' can while the I VFW AuxiliaryWelcomes
horde of laughing and
Mrs. Bettye Rodgers at Cardiro, Billy Brown Billy DC-
GROCERY singing children piled into the i Two
LIVE PIG vice president; Mrs. Ellen Lowe, Puy, Brady Filler Elton Johnson school bus, driven by George Os-

: secretary and Mn. Josephine Shcl- and James McK.cn/ie.... born, who really didn't mind all The Veterans of Foreign[ \\,<'h
ton treasurer. The organization The boys will be presented the commotion, as long as the Auxiliary met at the clubhouse! : \
to be g rivet/r.:. I is still lacking a president and it badges and certificates at a spe- boys and girls enjoyed themselves I AIA on Wednesday, May ft.
1 ie hoped one will be elected before However, it must be told that his i Mrs Helen Pcetz of Palm ( III'
away FREE TKAIS'SISTOR; RADIO DOOR( )( ) PRIZESAND too long ,cial party at a later date.The
I ears did get a little numb after a and Mrs Renee Burros of Hihi, ">.
Orchids were presented to the PTA gave gifts of appreci- while I, cus Park were welcomed as near
: new officers and also to outgoing ate"! to Mrs Stone and Jack Cur- The crowd headed for Jonathan members.

.r blrrrpsai w. i officers ly for their interest in the safetyof Dickinson Park Here the mothers I Delegates reported on the ditnct .
I I Principal Peterson praised! the children. busied themselves setting UP.the I meeting held at the post hunk
FREE-FREE members for a good job and told picnic tables while the pupils occupied in Riviera Beach.
1"l : the audience that there have been themselves with various It was decided to hold .1. L.,rj
i various committees organized to II IIi THREE FIRE CALLS games and hunting expeditions. I party at the clubhouse on Wedne,.
bring the schools and the public ARE ANSWERED With the Loxahatchce River day. May 13 at II p.m There will

J\ BUBBLE' GUM \ I closer together Several brush fires have kept the looking so inviting and the dayso be refreshments, door prizes, .mil
He stated that it Is the duty of I firemen on the go lately, for although delightfully warm, it was hard table prizes. The public is inured
parent to bring complaints the from
several of
had rain, the to restrain boys to attend
HOT first to the teachers and next to I we some taking a swim. One boy did "acci- The next meeting of the Au\ili.,
DOG is still dry and it is advisable -
AND the principal If, after talking over grass refresh-
to keep a close check on all dentally" slip and got a ary will be on May 20.
I I the problems with these, there is brush ing bath with clothes and shoes on. Hostess for the evening was Mrs.
no satisfactory solution then it burning Several games were played and Melvina Weed.
On Wednesday May 6, the fire
may be discussed! with the school
there some races. Winnersof
POPSICLESCocaCola trucks called and 7
were out May
superintendent, Thomas L. Crook. there need for trucks 1 and 3 the contests: were Belinda Twenty provincial and region.!,|
It is the desire of the school board, tin. Dcanna Gary. Brenda Mor-I literacy-training centers hau -
fire Eleventh Street Opened
to secure a on

\ 11111//// (for the Kids ASSORTEDFIAVORS: that he should said the,not to teachers be make b\'passed and parents principals realize I I that On spread May to 10 U.another S. I I. fire broke ton Brady Bill DePuy Johnson Fidler, ,,Cheerie Allen Junior Johnson Phillips Varnador! Carolyn ., I I in Chile.

Outgoing out on Eleventh! Street at 6:10 Smo thy Says
president. Mrs Mary Simmons and Allan Solomon.
Brown, p.m. and was secured at 6:40: p.m.
was presented with a PTA Firemen assisting on these fires It was a wonderful day for all D {,1r b ***&&
sjuanfil.v Right Resrnrd charm bracelet and she spoke a those who participated m the ad-
Carl ,
were: Congaware Ephiam
SEALTEST word of
BOTH I 1 0 I encouragement to all new Buskino, C. Stiller, Howard Haid, venture.
Swciuh\! Good 1 hurk, FrUSal. officers.
C I Assisting the teachers were MM I
t Joe Johnson Slim Slife, Bob Johnson
FOR . . .. Ma> 14. 15, 16. I The members voted, to purchase Boh Chapman, Edwin Rob- Mary Brown, Mrs. Peggy Osborn, I WI6DlIFi: i
..:. AUTOCRAT additional blinds for the cafetor- bins and Frank Modaffari.PHILLIPS' Mrs. Margaret Kahn Mrs Vicky I
lum in order to further darken the Prose, Mr. Dorothy Hite Mrs. II I
room so that visual aids may be Trudy Meyer and Mrs Josephine
used An additional I
$50 was votedto Shelton.
CARKUGECLIB ICE be allocated to the original Fawn, the twomonthsoldbaby
budget/ foU-:s project I of Mr. and Mrs John Phillips CIVIC ASSOCIATION
POTATO CHIPS REGULAR PKG. An auditing committee who required heart surgery, 10 MEET THLRSDVY:

pointed consisting! of Vicky Pros has gained three pounds. She visited Port Salerno Civic Associationhas
TWIN PCKrrg. \I CREAM Willie Lukens and Doris Johnson the doctor's office last week and postponed its monthly meeting
qe 39c Delegates appointed to attend he reported that cardiograms taken until Thursday. May 14 at 8 p.mIt I
; TIDEONLY I the County Council meeting at showed good results. This was indeed will be the last meeting until
Buy Iwo Gel One Fate Jensen Beach on May 18 were Willie a happy" Mother's Day present the fall season. I
Lukens, Mary Brown. for Mrs. I
Betty Phillips.
j '/ -gal. 4 9 C Rodgers Leta .Keith.. and Dorothy JOHN HENkfS FATTIER
!!!!2 5 May 29 will be last day of school :MELTS :MONDAY: Emil Henke, eighty-seven. passed '

c and ice cream and cookies will be Martin County Council of PTAs away last Tuesday aflera I CMWUYt (A I IUVICT
to the their i illness. He resided Bcrca
pupils during long in
i r lunch will hold Us final meeting at Jensen
hour Ohio, and was the father of John ) t
Rrpibr '-. l-wrf us. NO. i \uirn.POTATOES. Mrs Frink's third grade wasw Beach School on Monday, May Henke of Rocky Point. 1.r
18 at 8 There will be installa!
Your Choice Moth With inner of the room count, but Mrs. p.m. Mr and Mrs Henke flew to
or a tion of officers and local reports.
2U\\ES31c Heag)'s first 8"ade118' the winner Cleveland to attend the funeral I .
$i Order or More of the year. having won the NEWS OF TilE F1SHMIOL service: accompanied h) their
10a 39c I room count three times. Mrs daughter Mrs. John Richardson of I JACK'S GULF
Hcagv was !given $5 to use for the Captain Harry Rcidcl and friend Hobe Heights. Henke is survived
B.\LL.\NT1NE:' : nJP TOP 'benefit of the class. caught a thirty-five-pound snook, by four' sons, two daughters, and STATIONAll
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEf Snbty Patrol bos, accompanied: mine DMff. |-jandr'fishing many grandchildren and frwrtjgrandchildren.
B E E R RIJ tlh6u ,h) Patrolwoman Gene Stone and I Manatee Pocket I Servl/-! Guaranteed
Deputy Jack Curry were on hand Jack Saunderson, Owner
TOMATOES Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DcGraw CIIXMBfR MlllSTHtRMJVY :
to present their duties. Under the : AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028
ruKOA. QA IE direction of Douglas Taylor cap- of Belle Glade caught twelve bluefish I I
uu&y- '! !/ and four croakers. cut
using -- -- -- -
I0c The Chamber of Commerce will
Ih, bait and fishing the Sun Parlor.
j I hold its May meeting Thursday
PLRSOS.\LS Mr and Mrs. Bob Robinson of May I 14 at 8 p.m. at the fire- ,

nRCIS ORt%GE or CRPEDRINKS ILLUm RIPE \Ve are glad to report that Lake Worth caught four snook house This will be the last meet >o.awr.wttwf
ALL I Clarence Evans of Coral Gardens I and one bluefish. using feathered! ing until fall, so members are urged ......--.,
lb. 39'' BANANASCRRHGE MORE-MORE- )jigs and fishing the Sun Parlor. to attend. -
GRINDS is home recuperating: after surgery

4 $1.o0} 3 :; 29c spine Evans,,ruptured'bileIImina two and discs required in his I 1I 1-Captain Lester Hopes Foam Rubber MANAGER ENCFBRLTShN&: Upholstering1OLEY :

surgery at West Palm Beach. I

flIBMEDIUM Sirs Grace Conine has return! To Bring Snake Show to TownShades SALERNOShipyard

ed to Allentown, N. J.. for the Inc.An..I' .

EGGS doz. 39c 4 : _.J1 I II summer to visit relatives.Congratulations I I of the Big Top! | ,is a busy place, with heads all over 1 I '. 7.2755 PORT UUJlNO a., AT 7.1141

I to Martha Haz- En route to Port Salerno from' the house.
toon KING I en, who celebrated a birthday (last I Miami will be an act billed as I ---- -- -
I I week Martha had to return to I!! "Opnidia. the Snake Girl" Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys O
OLEOMARGARINE 2 Ibs. 29c I Martin Memorial Hospital Thursday -i| lain Lester Harrell of
for the removal of a pin placedin ', Atenue has made n the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go
I her thigh when she broke it several !benefit show and!
-- L '" months ago However, she is boa from the post office in Port Need Milk Guys On the Go Need M
\vsoRim rotoRS ROYAL I Salerno. The tentative date, if the
ARMS now home recuperating: and we
: wish her a fast recovery.It featured player arrr22! be Sat ilk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys

TOILET TISSUE 4 rolls 25c I I is good lo report that Mrs.I urday.There May will. 30 be no charge pjn., but On the Go Need Milk Guys On the G

B\ t.RnE Dons Ranhan has recovered: froman donations will be accepted and all
I ear operation and is doing elL proceeds will be turned over by o Need Milk Guys On the Go Need

SHORTENING 3lb. can 49c FRY'ERS I The Andy Haiuenbauers! spent I unteer Harrell Fire to Department the Port Salerno Let's hope Vol Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk Gu
the weekend with> Mr and Mrs. :
t ElL Z5c I' the cage is well secured and no the Need Milk
Harlan Butler at Pompano Beach. I slithering reptiles\ get loose ys On Go Guys On t

RICE 41b bag 5ge The Edward \\ocdtn family has I Captain Haired is not new to he Go Need Milk Guys On the Go N
IB. returned to Fulton. N. Y. for the circus life. He has been connectedwith
summer season. circuses for t' entsu )ears,
I I working. with Page" Brothers, J. J. af, ia
Mrs Virgil Hoffman sister-in- Denton rAil Brothers and Roger t
law of Mrs. Dons Johnson is Brother He worked with
FOOD KING I home again recuperating from a I I a boa ..ct.sIto and was also known I
SHOULDERS 8 29c succeWul operation in St. Vin as Bozo, the Clown." I
cents Hospital Jacksonville I His wife. Helen, had a job which
I Mrs. Laura M. Sptller visited her had. few takers: she stood in front

MIX OR MATCH SALE LAN ML1LYSpare ion\\mstonle and wife>', and Mrand foemontholdgrandson. Mrs. Henry I, of threw a board"nnflat'cr.while! their The son.tam Lester boss,,

.' I Lester and David Mesley, now residing
Henry lit. in Eau :
N\\Y BIANX: PORK & Bt\: S. BLACMU. Pl.VX, lie Us week in Pan City, had a tight-
Ribs 29c I I wire act with their sister, Dons
BABi 11\1\So GOI1)FCRF:1M: COR.N, LB. i OurII" shn for a quick re- and also did sharp shooting and $ w

CRL.V1 :MRIIIFRBFA.S cos enr jo to Sirs Kathenne Keeling bull-whipping tricks.
of H "CPark, who is in I,{ Harrell left the circus m t 1952
Good Samaritan Hospital. West t and then worked for a time as a
KRLMI! PORK Palm Beach "i iI[I dicsd engine mechanic until be
1 ONO.JOOCANS I $1.00 I I! was hurt MX sears ago causing
Congratulations to Eleanor M. him total d abWty. While getting
BUTTSCRRIGE LB.29c Dait.IIN reserved' a four-star1 I''rehabilitated I he started workingon

scholarship to Mercer College I(| cocoanut carving and has now
Eleanor is the granddaughter of ,,, turned thia bobby into a business.
DISH CLOTHS mesh 8c Mrs. T W' Cook of Horseshoe '. .
open I' With t O knives as his only tools
Fowl and is determined to become he fashions Indian beads monkey ssv
BOW *4M. DK.NIM: M/ES 2 11) B a doctor We wish her success. J heads, devils and oak out of cocoanuts -
and shells. He has sold I

DUNGAREES a 88c lB.49c i Helping to ocScbnte Mother's these articles an over Florida, from
Day ash the Dock Lukens I, Jacksonville to Miami His borne
11)DtI( IR.S' imvnit I 't MiLS 110 J family :
were Mrs. Luhtsi ,
SHORT SET 88c : M ytict' Taslor. and Mrs. MR.I
e 'I bet 111.10 and their children. (CHUCX SERVICE
brother, Bill MaJdov. from
Claws :M/t! J It 12 drove .
I r
WI wood to tow the party. :- SlIJlMRl M.r.l.u..r

TENNIS SHOES . Be IB. 19c Many good wisho to Frank.
Aciermano ..fI.) underwent surgery : 2S7-501
24 40RUG at Mania
i Memorial Hospital .
paned Vy DId StiHwel
the week. Friends ft\IylCftd cards I
PIECES S a e 88c I lo ban this week Put StMfatt
I : ,
Read Serrk s
Foreign aid purchases in the U. I La
Visit Our Beautiful New Store Soon! On A-l-A in the Heart of Port Salerno I S. helps provide job foe more Opt *ay* a stoat. -
than JJO.OOO t
recently worker, st was reported I 1 M .


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Free __ Folger's "w at.111 Free

'99" Value"BigBoy"BBQue } -..._.
f $:.::.. Limn One Please With $> jrdei Oi More tipirn Mwttl, 'May tl
COPYRIGHT 1962. _SID_ *** QuoM b GrillOni : '" i 1hOGtrFnsStamps with the purchase ifSwill's '
WINN DIXIE m Rg"h, Res. frill live sway it nch KwikCliik ... I I 2.Lb. SOIh.I
.on. Vigoro M"I Inot
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f Prices Good Thru Saturday, May 16 Stars Nothing buy yes di _ lea
hire ti bt priunt ti win. w t 90 Lifts Fni Stamps
I I Unit Dirtlnt Enrch! over till linth if rlbbm ID j ." (Isl J m U: ((1: with the purchiH it'
DINNER I E ROLLS L L S I Ct Pt.. 5c Fel by,Sat.'., inning Coffee,foil May mil 23rd.rtgltUr G C a n rnAAUe, I'm eq.in lull Mmll MilltH, VIHlikn INHW
f lint Carting tnrldied'SANDWICH ,h.lrlO tNCI III >tttruM
BREAD 2 2411. 49c CABOT CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES Mlb99c POUND CAKE "DIXII''''NO ,,.... .,,. 33c 'N'"A III IN 4ii
t V

1 1ASTOR All Purpose LYKES Sugar
I Shortening DEEP SOUTH
I' Creek Smoked PICNICS
3 Ib CanYour

.. Choicer Limit One With $5 Order Or More. ,
31 ax 6.8 Abe
( QuereC1SC 39c

/ lw' 49c ASTOR y

'__ 3-lb. Can PRUNE

jCBt. 1 M. 49" JUICE "More Eat In Our Meal"
JUICE. 46t:9con:: SARDINES 5 3c; !
-a Well Trimmed of
/ FISCHER'S 12-OZ. No Deposit Btls. ALE or Bits. 1 U, CH CE Excess Bon & Fat
1 Before Weighing; ;


169Whole MAID C
Unpeeled 99

i 12 Pack ( STEAKS Lb.

29-ox, 2'Con
I THRIFTY GR. BEANS MAID Cut 303"-"Cn.3 CBI- 49,. LIBBY(0 R Golden N 303 Cream 16-01-Cn.Style 3 Cnl211_ .At\t" 4 CANS 1I ShouTder Steak ,q. 59* len.lm BRISKET. ROAST ? 79
I Freth Lean tat, pkg. 39e lab pkg. .69c'C$299
f wTURN CLAPP'S GROUND BEEF :;;:99< Pkg.:$1S9, ;

VAN CAMP Frozen Fresh U.S.D.A. Grade "A"


Strained Assorted
_ "Mix; or Match Flavors 8 far 79 29-ox. 2V2 Case

; Sliced Cheese! mr.e.:;, '.,. 59c Mild Long Horn Cheese u. 65c
i ". t.a.. .u Dirr'i or Copelond'i Sliced Pinky Pig SklnUnWIENER .
Superbrand Cottage Cheese t"f\: \ wI. t: 29c 11::' was e r 57e "
"AII I-Lb. 49 I.Lb. 49J
! BOLOGNA M- Pkg I E J Pkg.

Limit 4 Rolle Please g.
Soft- WAY PIG I rd

Q4'=rweYe' Tissue Bslel to Nth SMOKE MnflNsee rI4 BACON Sliced 2-Lb. Pkg. 97'

Roll .
A iqiifiltevDISPOSABLE ....1I\HEGEtl\BLES/ 1"Ift'" Whipped New Crop Yellow
Waldorf Tissue Insl Potatoes ferwnr Elyht 25- Servings,1 39c ONIONS-; 39'
4 Pack 37c I
r, CIGARETTE................FILTERS........... Fancy Fresh
i ss Asat, Colors Removes up to 911 of C
C ORN FloridaGolden 1 0 49
ScollisSUe 8 Rolls TARS NICOTINE from ttgulir end to\of the Bantam Ears

Reg. Silt
5 Rolls and hlttr tip\. Extra Large
ScolTowels c/grttlti
Facial Tiiiue 4 Jl 400-Ct. Rips 99c
Scollies .. ..
9 VERDUST Western Crisp *% Crisp Florida
Wax Paper J 125-Ft.Rolli. With I Tumbler LETTUCE 2 Head Largo 9' CELERY 2 Jumbo Stalkl 2 5"
Cut-Rif 4 Giant O Cc
6-or. Case I Superbrand Aitt. Flavor*
Scott Family 0 60-Ct Pkg. OJ ,1 =N; OD Snow Or'ge crop Samoa Oc"'VriCE CREAM Gel., 59F
,Poe Napkins Pkgs.: ._
1 T Western Sliced Strawberries 4 E 1.1I.
i Luncheon Nopkii If FINAL TOUCH to-.a 'KG'
BOOTH'S Whole Round Breaded Crinkle Cut

I. ,- ScolkinsCutRite 0 J 100-Ft.Pkg t. 33 Size-oz. 8Se SHRIMP 1-Lb. 8Se POTATOES 3 2-Lb. $|
: ;
t Plastic Wrap 4 """ Pkg. Bags

L. scan uct. WRITE Sandwich SCOTT VIM Kendall Lemonade Astor Baby-Ford h.
Place Mats 39c 2k Towels 3.III, s 1 Detergent Tablets limas4 i0-
Bags 75 Ct iu or Parken Limeade Astor Broccoli. S 'kg./ C"Plillic"
Sanitary Napkins SCOTT "1ir'." Cu. 4SI e69C Handy .
Confide! : t69c Cups 50'c'i. 39c 1:{l. 49c ,>{t 49c = 6 Pack C rto"o: han 1 O Astor Cauliflower
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Fluffy All Swan Liquid Praise Soap Breeze Condensed Dishwasher Lux Liquid Wisk Liquid3L.b.1k79c
All All
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Real Estate For Sale 90

i t 11TiL1'R' \ AITENTJON-r TY I AND!" OWNERS MARTIN a..aasau.a.asa.. TRADE COtN-



.., VERO BEACH 521 ((901
I ------ ------
6BTIIF MtARfdln( .) NEWS I ... ... FOUR bedroom 4 bath ranch
MM' MtMM*_*<%... type
1'huMay.IllY! 14, 1964\ FOR RENT 35 HUf WANTED .h'liiool..1 BOATS SERVICES: 63 PLANTS A S"VICES !1- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 house ori exceptional view lot
Well located $12000( () full net
.. I waBatR-slILasrei.s.L '"" '-""'- BEST waterfront buy in Port Sew- price. On paved road What more
THIS SYMBOL NOW Rentng 8 small one bedroom GATOR Trailer for 14' to 16 boat PLANTS Fastest growing .* Culh-
could See
FLORIDA Registered Pharmacist t tI all and near the Inlet. 116 by a big family want
." T1IVT Apts Furnished, with tile for progressive growing local New springs. new wheel bearings sery in Martin County 10 i f ; 200' en protected harbor Only bert at The Seven C's Grocery and
hath, screen porch:; terrazzo floor, I chain Openings available m Fort Newly painted Almost new I of plants. Pelican Nursery, ) $9.500 Terms. M. P. Nelson, Restaurant building. North Stuart
RFADFRS PVY TO READ insulated cathedral ceiling, overlooking Lauderdale Fort Pierce, Ve r 0I tires Call 287.1550 between Road S-76A), Palm City Realtor, 125 E Ocean Blvd. Phone on U. S. I I. 5)4) ((90))
and 14 Ill(
10'acre lake and! 5pm ) \1918 tf ( )
county I Beach and Stuart areas. Excellent 287-3566 '.14 ((90))
OUR ADS ISQtJze park Plenty parking area Low opportunity for advancement and L 1 A BY owincr! One of two adjoining
price rental, $ 0OO month I company benefits. Apply Mr. Man TRAIIIRS & SERVICES 68 E services& R maintenance and service; I : f NORTH River Shores Road 3 BR waterfront lots $]200 each.
Walking distance grocery" More Inquire Broward Drug Office, 825 Sunken bathtub carporte with Priced under the market value.
hmd ettr. gum! .. ..L nance; mowing, spraying, Bicknell :215! Potter W.P.B.. JU
The Sevei C's Storeon ,
Grocery N. W. 6th Avenue Fort Laudcr lots cleared! and ( ) built-in Bar-B-0 Large living
U. S. No. I I. one mile north : dale. tf ((43)ASSISTAN'r ) BRANDSTRATOR, 20 ft. modern ing and ; room with Cathedral ceilings. Large 5 3624 6.4 ((90))
of St Lucie River Bridge If ((35)) ,--- travel trailer electric model sprinkler repairs ;
kitchen win ample cabinets and '
trainee I rea\onahle. Call 2872911. P. PRICED to Sell! 19 acres fronting -
3125 Broadway Riviera Beach
DIAL FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished i Male over manager 21 Able to work Inq No 19. $850, 5-14 ((68)) Box 927 tf ( ) brkfst bar. Circular driveway on Loop Road, good elevationand
t ( ) lot. Full $12,-
!! large corner price water control. Owner will takea
apartment, close in. $75 Call full Apply at I Lil General .-.r. l .4 :
i retirne.Je 700.00. Call after 5 for appt loss and! sell for $13.S00.29r n
ATlantic 7-1550 287-1 flK5 or 287-5569: If ((35)) Beach or phone CAMPERS for rent weekend or For Sale, Miscellaneous 287.4710. tf ((90)! ) down easy terms. C. E. Slocum
I West Palm Beach 9f>5 IKK). longer, Nimrod Dealers Sales &
ATTRACTIVE Realtor 505)
elUciency cottage, Colorado Ave
To Place Your FAST INGIOWCOSTWANTAIJ Rio. Pleasant location within '.14 (43))I Service United Rent-Alls, 1904 TRUSSES, elattlc WATERFRONT! cottage completely 5-l4 ((90))
S. Fort Pierce HO 1-2905 furnished, wide .
4th on river
distance of ---- -- -
dock facilities
easy MAI.E flower farm workers Cull28708KO. knee pads, anklets, etc. .
5.14 ((68)) bulkhcaded Reduced to $9 FOUR oversize lots
Reasonable Call in one block -
year-round rates 5-14 ((43)) Drug Corp tf )
AT 7-2583 after S p.m, or write re r : S i ; :; 50000. M P. Nelson Realtor, 325 over an acre Port St. lucic
aircondi- Ocean Blvd, Phone 287.3566. Country Club section Near all
B. J. Abbott I Star Route' Jensen SPARTAN 2 bedroom I E.
NEWS WANT ADS Beach, Fla tf ((35)) LA DIPS h tioncd!. 41 ft. Gas heat and hot I MUSICAL 5-14. ((90)) conveniences Twenty-five per cent
:! ( )
water. Sell or trade for Airstream off paid equity, take over nulance.
RATE: Five cents per average FUKNISIITD -t'oom' apartment. or Avion tandem only 3125 Broad Lowest Prices in Florida THREE exceptional view lots Very Reason retiring 2421 South Si.

word, minimum charge per insertion ] Very clean. Frost proof refrigerator Do you have 11 need to earn way Riviera Beach No. 19. suitable for large ranch type Lucia Blvd. Stuart 5.14 ((90))
$100 (for up to twenty New electric range. Com money? Pleasant and profitable 5.14 ((68)) GUITARS DRUMS home of many rooms $3 500( (). full ------.-- ---
average words). Words in ALL plete privacy. Adults tall AT 7'' i work near your own home. ---- -. ORGANS ))) price. Very well located, nice area. LOW down payment buys 3 BR
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first 0768 tf offers this See Cuthherl at The Seven Cn 2 hath Riverfront Home east of
( 35)) Avon opportunity FOR Sale: 25 1954 Silver Clipper
word, count as two!>> words each. Write Avon Manager. P. O aluminum house trailer Very EASY TERMS ( ) Grocery Store and Restaurant Stuart. Have $25000( FIU com
THREE bedroom unfurnished building, North Stuart on U S. I I. mitment. Call AT 7-2440 or 3170.
White above or below or Box 2427:! Vero Reach Fla good condition Best offer. Telephone
space house near Stuart post office MORITZ PIANO CO. 5-14 ((90)) 5-14 ((90))
within ad will he charged as the 5 14 ((43)) AT 72237. tf ((68))
ember: of words (five) that couldbe and stores Refrigerator and range 112 No 5th Street ,, ,--- .....-. .. .....- --,,,,,- .,.,,.. ,,, ... -
II --
$70 month. 287-1685 287-
printed in the blink line, or 5569 per or tf ((35)) Employment Wanted 48 '63 Marlette house trailer, 41x10. Ft. Pierce Fla. Ph. Real relate For Sale 190Waterfront
25 cents per line. two bedroom. I ike new. Sell tf ( ) ( ) ,
IIIf1J11 "AG e4einwsWi.wo' << '" ?w ? y
"Display Classified1 rate on RIVERFRONT home with pool J Jl reasonably Call 2874575, UTILITY Trailer 8x8x16
application for rent. Furnished or unfurnished WANTED either full time or part 5-21 I ((68)) side measure !Steel frame -

Call 287-0948) tf ((35)) time position Experienced all II. I terior plywood. Four.wheel (90)e!
These are cash rates for ads I types office work, except bookkeeping Homes Acreage
tric brakes. Load
Services Misc.I 71 capacity to
brought or mailed to The Stuart FURNISHED apartments on river Write Box N. Stuart Offered
000 Ibs Call AT 7-0344 AT
News with are a 3 rooms and efficiencies TV News 5-14 ((48)) -- ) .,
Stuart News aije suhscrihcr: or are and dock privileges Driftwood .4568 or AT 71632. 5-14 ( )
-- :
WISCONSIN Stratton ---- ,
listed in the Stuart telephone directory Motel, 443 North Indian River Clinton, and Briggs Lauson- AIR DON'T buy RENT! Beds, -
place ad by telephone Drive, Jensen Beach AT 7-2237 Business Opportunities 50 !
you can your COOLED ENGINES in stock and power tools, party needs, ;
Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and tf ((35))
L parts and men who know how to ing equipment floor sanders, t
say "1 want to place a want ad. COTTAGE for rent. Clean and CEMENT plant and lumber yard repair them. ULMER MOTORS mowers tow bars, ( ) J : ,

_ comfortable $15 a week Call including block plant and "or"Dial AT 7-3355 Your Friendly iZ''Oh.' We rent most ,
'M 287-0902 after 6 o'clock. tf ((35)) large conveyor. Or will rent. Call Dodge Dealer tf ((71)) United Rent-Alls, 1904 S er :,
Give your mall address 8.. 287-4133. tf ((50)) Fort Pierce. HO I 2905. 5.14 ( ) ( "

well as your telephone num.ber FURNISHED efficiencies'month WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE APPLIANCES for sale: It:: tJ inl :J'J
in your want-ad. The Stu i or season, utilities included BALANCING with Bear Equipment I tfa 'JL
LOST & FOUND 53 large upright freezer, tested
hundreds of Adults Summer rates to Novem "
art News hat by trained mechanic will pay '" .
for business ; ,
ly or large ;
out-of-state subscribers who her 1 I. South of Stuart. AT 7-1950 WMMMt* *mwi>sim best after 5 1'.111. tf ((35)) and Your friend. 30 gallon glass lined electric ( ( )
are your possible pros.peck I REWARD for information lead- equipment men. ter heater. Brand new %" h.p.
for real estate sales and TWO bedroom apartment fully ing to location and recovery of ly Dodge dealer ULMER MO- tric Pump and connecting 40 "Service Means So Mitch"
rentals, boats, help wanted, 'I furnished including linens and !following items removed from bout TORS or Dial AT 7-J355. tf ((71)) Ion tanked very little.

gardening, trailers, and services china. In North River Shores Reasonable Miss Fklrlda" docked at Casa hard plastic pipes, 25% off I
Call 287.2163. 5.14 ((35)) Rio Bout Basin: 32 volt engine RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank ServIce all. Apply 2421 South St. LOCKHART REALTYSEWALLS
-- generator with gear drive, outrig Cleaning and repairing Also Blvd.. Stuart. 5 14
I STORES and offices downtownor gent and mounts, water pump, drain fields repaired and _. ___ .____._ -u _. ( ) POINT AT 7-1777
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS! Fast Ocean Ulvd Any sue. miscellaneous engine parts including Dial AT 70651AT 7-9862 re.laid'i( ) PRACTICALLY new power It (cart
i Write A. P. Krueger 1170 E. transmission drive coupling en Toro mower Reel type $ ( )

(Numbers over }100 refer to display Ocean Blvd. Phone 287-:2420! Contact, Dun Fagen Box I 1111. HAVE email Bulldozer, Tractor, I 287-5444, 5.14 ( ) : --- --- --
classified: ads which appear 6-4. ,((35)) !Stuart, 2873422 5-14 ($31| Mower and Disc. Will clear lots ssreReulrWaeawaw. ; ; ; !
after the end! of the smaller ads, in ------- cut trees. Fence and
posts :
PLEASANT bedroom " Wanted lo Buy (Mine)
numerical order. Be sure to look one cottage sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT II, THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
in both pi.ices,) for rent $(hO() a month. Within SPJCILNOriCIS 55ALCOHOLIC 7-1401 tf ((71)) .... >

walking distance of all stores. Call ... .
,U -A t.--.t: bel.I WANT the best price for
RENT 35-135 AT 7-5892 tf (35)) TERRAZZO 'Ie.11I d Marble) car I
1'0R ?
ANONYMOUSmeets Cull Ralph Bates at
I u.s. NO I 195 ft ft .
I Avenge depth 250 in ('itUmit. .
SALE 38-138 1 0--; ; I {V. H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 1214 Merkle Motors Inc. tf
FOR RENT: OR 'ROOM modern furnished '' at 8:30 p m. every Wed ( ) : $ ISO foot
WANTED T RENT 40( -140 Ii men!. Ceramic tile bath, kitchen nesday at the Community Church, or AT. 7-1696. If ((71)) I per
-- -- -- -- --
HELP WANTED 43-143 and dinette. Glass-eneloscd shower, Jensen Beach. For information FOR home or yacht. Boat builder Real Kstate: For Sal V S NO: I 660 ft. Over 5 Acres in City Limits. $250 per ft.
wall to wall carpet. Spacious i ,Phone AT 7-3332. tf (55): )
Employment: Wanted 48-148 prounds with patio Olf-street parking Joiner. Cabinet maker. Boat sNaswsw'ae !_ II.. I S. R. 76 110 ft.. One Acre, $280000
Business Opportunities 50-150 Must he seen to be appreciated WANT the best price for your car? repairs>> any type. Fiberglassmg HAVE two building lots in
LOST & FOUND 53-153 $75 per month Riverdale Call Ralph Bate at 2871214. Expert formica work. Free esti- Lake Park. Will trade for ON THEST. LUCIE 1 Bedroom I Bath All Electric Kitchen
SCIIOOIS 54-154 Apartments, 667 Cleveland Ave. Merkle Motors Inc. tf (55)) mutes P O Box 1906) Stuart. model trailer Call AT Completely Furnished $950000( Terms

See Mrs Murray. Ncmner Luncheonette 5-14(71)( ) tf ( ) I
SEA GATE HARBOR 3 Bedroom, I'/i Bath CBS on the
USED: CARS 58-158 I or Mr. Murray, Democratic tunity for the right man to dou -.4 Banlaa" ."''' saiaewt .w #'') \'"'''' 'a'ss'''5.''' -. I Water Screened Porch Bout Dock Air Conditioning $1285000,
Headquarters 31 E. Ocean Blvd
ble his present earnings Call Dan FOR RENT 135ATLANTIC
NEW CARS 60-160BOVTS I, Call AT 7-0992 or AT 7-4746 Clark. AT 7-0143. tf ((55)) REAL:STATE FOR SALE 190 j Terms.
& SERVICES 63163l'RAII.F.RS' tf --- .
((35)ONE ) .
.... ..... 'H BRAND NEW Extra 2 Bedroom, Hi
SI'RVI'ES 68 168 WOULD like rider Chicago or ...... ... Large Bath Florida
& bedroom furnished home Milwaukee leaving May 18-20, t 'i "fIo sv.A ;. I Room, Attached Garage All Electric Kitchen. $1100000()( ). Terms.
Service Offered Mise. 71 171 .,,;
til November In Palm City. $65 later rl
if necessary Mrs H Splitt I If
PLANTS & SERVICES 75-175 per month Ralph Hurtman, Real across from Community Center Stt I II' CENTRALLY LOCATED 2 Bedroom I Bath Fnmc rn-
For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 tor, Phone AT 7-4600 tf ((35)) I lerno, 5-14 ((55)) << ....... closed Porch, in the City $650000 Terms.
_______ j 11I1'" .
--- ----- ---- (1tM I II isll Johnson
Wanted lo MLse 81-181 l' R.
Buy ( ) V.
FOR RENT: 2 hedroom furnished RENT Blue Lustre Electric Carpet .
MOVING: SI OR.tGE 84-184 house on Indian River Sewalls t Shampooer for only $1 per I ; 18'1I", TAYLORASHLEYREAL

Real Elate: For Sale !90-190 Point. Yearly $l25 per month. day, Hartmim Inghton Furniture\ 11.

Real Estate Wanted 96-196 I Call 2872197 If ((35)) 514 ((55)) .. Int; REALTOR

TWO bedroom furnished garage WE will not he responsible for FIRST FEDERAL BLDG 6}
--- apartment. Clean, cool, comfortable dehls incurred by anyone but
FOR RENT 35 Close In Reasonable ourselves! Sherman C veazie Sr,
rent 619 Fast Fifth Street or call and Virginia Vcaue 6-4 ((55)) COURTAPARTMENTS Whitehead
AT 7-H56) tf (35)( )
FIREPROOF warehouse, 2400 sqft at'wi'.swsewonzwwear'avm'''''''- ASSOCIATE

W mile outside city limits TWO bedroom furnished apart 'BOATS A SERVICES: 63 HOMES

at $50 a month. Call AT 7.1074. mcnt All electric built-in kitchen .1 1 tat BAIT OCKAl noriBTARDTUABT. COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440
tf (35)) Clean attractive, one block FLORIDA i.ta tint
from new High, School. School age AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, HOtmhKFKIINO APAHTME1TII
TWO bedroom furnihhed apartment children acceptable Call anytimeAT Complete Sales, Service, Parts ROOMS BATHanvwrtKROARD New bedroom, 2 bath home with centralair
for rent in North River 7-OfiOfi tf ((35)) Good selection of dependable Used < fol'RTe
Shores $125 monthly year around. Motors Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic RIGeonsul.H:' HATKI condition and heat. Landscaped lot on CONS l I RUCTIONINC. :
Call 287.3547. ( I) ATTRACTIVE efficiency apart CASA RJO BOAT & TV LUINGB SAM RHODES
__-f !! the broad St. Lucie River. Priced to sell. : .
mcnt Ground floor. Near bank MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt. 707 Moilklr, .......! w Ytarly
,FIVE room apartment completely schools and! park Call AT 7-2693:! In Rio AT 7-0944 tf (61)) $24,990.00.)
W. T. FACET, Mgr
furnished Second! floor. 700
South Federal Hwy. 287-3125 or tf ((35)) )FOR SALE: Complete;;; line of r>i.i AT r-Iq.r tr nut
287.1297. tf (35)) TWO bedroom! house, furnished Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, New 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with centralair

- ----------- Carporte, large living room electric Marine Hardware-everything for conditioning and heat on landscaped KIr reS
THREE rooms and bath, attractively kitchen, tile bath. Very clean. your boat Whiticar Boat Works EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS ',
furnished. Minutes to Cull AT 7-0768. tf ((35)) Port SewalL tf ((63)) waterfront lot, large patio. Priced at
shopping center and town. Rent
$75 per month, includes water and 615 Bryant Ave. $50 a month 7 OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIR. $14,820.00.
central gas heat. AT 7-0164 rooms. Rent allowance for repairs ED W. have parts for all
5-14 (35);) and decorating yourself 244 popular makes. Cam test your coil ON New 3 bedroom, 2 bath all brick home on
E. Haglcr St.. Miami. FR 1.7017. and condenser Ulmer Motors Dial
ATTRACTIVE furnished house 5-28 ((35)) AT 7-3J55. Your Friendly Dodge THE ST. LUCIEOne formally landscaped waterfront lot. Has '
2 bedrooms 2 screened porches. Dealer. II ((63)) central air conditioning and heat large (( '
Garage Good neighborhood $hJ IN Stuart acrotu from school -- and two-room efficiencies Jlltf
Corner of St. Lucie Crescent and bedroom, kitchen, l living 18' offshore cruiser: with 75 h.p: I garage, king size living room and Floridaroom U5
Halpatiokee AT 7-2293 5.14 ((35)WANTDS i) annjin Newly painted and electric starting Johnson out. Spacious shaded ground combined. Offered for $23,715.00. 1 3t1OvaLALL
tile floors. Furnished $75 including board Extras, cushions, pole hold Parking Lot. Boat Dock.
---- -- -- e
i utilities. 287-5055( 5.14 ((35)) ers new top, side curtains, 2 extra Shuffleboard TV and Lounge .
I propcllors running lights, bilge/
FOR Rent. until November I I. Two pump, 29 gal seat tank, 6 galL: Week Month Year WATERFRONT LOT 41'+I2", .,.
I bedroom furnished
completely tank Excellent condition I Sacrifice
I home Palmer Road, Jensen Beach $985 cash Phone 2S7-0670) (24 ST. lUCIE CRFSCENT: The Valley

[ Call AT 7.3529. :5.14 ((35)) or 287-1639 tf ((63)I ) STUART, FLORIDA 110 feet beautiful St. Lucie River. ForgeIN

DO THE JGB! ,I i.I FOR... RENT OR SALE 38 I I FOR-RENT 135 I F.Telephone E. MOOD 287-9812, Manager Large shade on trees. Located in St. Lucie LEGION. HEIGHTS, Jensen BeachL

G I CILlO -- I ..- tf (lit) estates between two modern attractive 3 TWIN BEDROOMS

FOR Rent or Sale: 3 bedroom, 2 ,_ __ ,_____ _______c..______ .1 homes. Owner w'ill sacrifice for $13,750.00.
bath house located near schools 2 BATH ROOMS

I Cull AT 7-2714 after 12 noon. EXPECTING COMPANY? I 0


IN Jensen Beach 2 bedroom;;; Call M and stop carrying!! Reasonable rates and M atmosphere o

home. Apply owner, William H. that will surpass all but your own FULL DINING ROOM

Reiner. 210 Entmda Ave.. Port CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGERNow K
St. lucie, Fort Pierce. 528:! ((38)) BREAKFAST BAR
I' Available lot Your Sleeping Comfortl! JohnsonREALTOR
.1 Niagara Cyclo-Mansage: Units In Our Bwls. R. V.

Dial ATlantic 7.1550 __---1IIIIY,.... Southwind Motel

the WOMAN cook, two curb girls and: > FURNISHED> MODEL OPEN DAILY 10-4
and ask for I one counter girl A A w Root UA NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE! 287.0173 AT 7.3366 pfUL. BAKER. SALES !VJ.VNAGIR; 2S7.6215

Beer Drive-In, South U S. Mo J, 'f fin) .- 141 tint cal rue

a Wat1t Ad Tokec Stuart 514 ((43)) I

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Holiday\ :.IIJII Park ,left( ,i,1nd rU, l \11", ,.I i ,' ",Jui in,I .1,111,1' In Mi .,.I.IMrs I I I 11 I U, io n.\ roR 1 15111 11,11, t ,II.,1, .1,111 ..lIhl'S'tuarl.h'I1''n i r ... '"kl i \ ,,i I Mi, .1".1 i I \II lilt ,SI I \RI Ilul.d.lJ( ) Nr.VjNInursdax

'I(18tor ( A. Smith al 5.indTr.llt.. JVMOR IE\CtTS I 1 Ik, I edge will, sup \ ,'I"PI1 I M.ison ( 'S .151 May 14, 1964 7BSoroptimists
a visit 1 with relatives md trends I IH ,1 .._. ..... ......
Park ph the f IL1g) ,' 1 h1, .111011" VS ., ... ... ... .
er for month "rlun
in New York State in the Umg u This is tin I Murtm ('oumlv's Junior and SOCIETY NEWS | : irrui

hamton area. (first "isit of Mr. and Mrs. McConnell 'Pony Baseball Leagues will soon ,I More than halt' the adult popula \ Spluru, Osprcx \lit"'n.. \
to Florida and the first re have the national Hag flying over I lien of the world. or 7O.OOO.II() ( ()( I lusion' Mr. and Mrs \- Snulh.Putnmsminui in
Mr. and Mr, Bill McConnell union with their daughter and her their hcada The City Comnm- persons, cannot 1 read or write ...... "leach
Helena Mont., are Jill, II. Mr\ and Mrt Cliff
visiting their fannh.' .
....: in ten. yeanREALESUTEIORSiLE i DonationsThe
,. -t-- Hanson ( anc Coral: Bones II,
t-------- ? -.9.+rww REAL ESTATE FOR SUE I9() Many Floridians i Dr (.e rge RayNn" JaeknonvdleBl.unu ;
190 on ," Carl F. Jack
.... JIIi! >-- _"<40. -- !. sonnllc hvelcigh. Sot-optimist f (luh of Stuart
_. ends the fiscal veer with the May
"JII..I.U.. IN," K. Stratton Jim- I
I lice JackxHiMlle. (,ull:' mceimyt und members voted two
Vacations Area dray
in more donations at the lust huuncsttetxHint
FOR SALE THINK (i. ArmnruNvr' Jupiter: "Marl. I Fifty dollars wit givento
i Iner I ; Bronton Umh Jr. Jacksontills. I : :
the Martin (otintv Associationfor

3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE RALPH HARTMAN JR. I Loading the list of this past live of Rome and" now an Amtri Jacksonville: Sanlena MIJJ;' P.; J.Mr.Moriarty and Retarded (hildren. one aim
week new arrivals at I angford can utiren. They arrived Mav Nand Mrt I I. A. Anderson, Fort I.anderdalc I ot the club being to help children

I When/ Ion Think I'Villas, were Or Bruno MiluncsiI Ml May 10. ; "Bctlv 1.I ," Mr and Mrs and this donation to the Pioneer'
A 1 loul of thirty-two and : Fort I Center was u token ol appreciation
yachts M
M ruller. MyersAh'
I deputy mason ol Naples, l'aly all,1h"
RIVER FRONTAGE REAL ESTATE # INSURANCE I their owner arrived! at the Mdnna '! So1. Phillip H .Stilcs.Palm : for the good work being done there
: tJ) S Slate Department aide and new arrival at the Villas ,I. ReachVhisltmg; OysterIV i rite emergency appeal from the
110 E. OSCEOLA A"E. STUART AT 7-4600 I I md "interpreter' .. Paul Dilirani i. n.- lotjled: forty-eight. onlik.y. ,, ." Dr. and Mrs. A Mead, Jacksonville Club Anchorage!. Alasku Soroplimist
360 ACRESFOR ,1'' ""PO, II ,m r+ww0vvax o.samwntwr en from out of the st.ite 1' : Tang;' Mr and Mrs I eel bthe regarding' Ihe need occasion
I Nineteen of the thirty-two tidal. \\ I derton. FequeM.1, "Fvelyn'II i I recent earthquake div
I I _= REAL ESTVTE I OR VLB 1 ''I ," "'ler11' answered with a i %50 do-
: were HondabasedNew Mrs Evelyn Rand Palm I
l.roRU1l0S'rll.:: nation
to I IUachOutof. I
I I arrival at angford I [ Villas I Ihe two UMl f) U; S Siwngt BondSchtttarship !
Iron' fkindu included Mr and, I stale yachts and owners! Awards
VINCE lot the two
NELSON included the Mr and
Mrs Andrew Lapplccst "Palm
INCOME M.irlm C students,
YOUR twisty lop gut
". Bargain : Beach; Mr, anti Mr*. Thorn I Il Mrs ('arl linker Port Clinton, one- from (the business education
122 JUPITER FLA Ohio: Triton IV; Sam Stem llobokcn
( l ,
rko Orlando Mr an,1Ir'
'I'IPRI'ClPUS department ol the M",irim I ounty
:: PER MONTH ( I Mine, NokonmVillmm N. J.: 'll.ilf Slain.
ONLY:: $1,000 I runikhed One Bedroom Home Vaughn S. drundv.. Tilutvillc NXniblc (High, School md, one I Iron) I the
tt ClIO) : I on wide Si. luck Riser reduced \ Cohn. Miami, Mr and J. ., Stuart Irninnid School. will soon
I AS 1IIF OWNFR OF THIS INTEREMIM.; BLSINESS.: : I from $13,000. now only $9*OO. Mrs Rav W risky Cape( ('onlMr "[ II," Mr. and Mrtdeorge the announced This will round out

Present owner will train )ou In this concrete sieibilly| business Owner subs Sell Make Offer! I and Mr. Oscar kaliner, ( ape" ,I' ; I). NVcbntrm" ('\le'vcUndOhio I 1 the veir's donations I iioni l I ihe
Excellent U. S. No. I location Kcliul and M hod'sale $15.000. (,oral; Mr and Mrt II. l.iIIhl'lk.: ( ; V. HumphreyNew Stuart SoroplimistsGitmers

BUY A HIGH DRY I Cash required. Consult New lions? ''k'r Port and Uuielcrdalc James Pruitt; I e'IHIrti1,1., I Fort i I amiird.ile -. ,led Mrt York'Rucnpick(City.. V: :'C.AV.U.:Abbott; : lencsi.Kant Mr: \\'in Two

Mr .
Mr und II"ryeA
; Tummy M.man," Mr andAirs
: M. P. NELSON Reduced $900.00()( Johnson Port lauderdiile F d !Drompp, i logunspeirtInd I To l.cnd Ponies

Mr and Mr* ViiKi'nt! Paliemu, Talc'I Chariot K Danh. : ,
i : \ : flower Growers ur I'Kil h in car.
RESIDENTIAL LOTFor 2 Bedroom ('BS I'j Bath Pompano Bench I I ;; Mr and Mrs I I rie- Pa Iv
lead! Muri
i REALTOR llofldn, Room Very nke h.. )J. Olnn Port I miili.Td.ile, Mr and Juiinila II," Cnpt.iin) FdmundI Rjsiball! in League I ( mm Pony of
1 "n'<""nt iwo
ration In Jensen High and Mrs Nalhm Shine' Tampa.: I frank Jo''ell, Meredith N. H ; "("md the three t lust week
,ASSOCIUESt ELLEN NELSON, M. R, (RONNV) NFLSON I'urpiira" Orlando Martha genies (pli\ul
; Ajel \Jenn. Edward Scripps II, Ho-
I dry 75100 ft. lot.Setealls They I heal Ideal, Vportt 11-4)I)
As 325 F. OCEAN BL>D. STUART FLORIDA Phone 287-3566 I lo I runt I aiidrrdale Ihe'sdu. "Md' .; Doiigllt) l',ilm,'' Cup on 1'.11\'. Mat 1 ind Tri
Henry C Vogel Miami: ]Mr Mill M < lllie\. Ontario, ('OIlUlI.I."R""inc" .
$500 LISPING SFRMCE I SoutlKrn. l IS'1. I
md Mrs tester I Johnson, HolKwood "
Mr. und Mrs Amct.
Little As In the only other
If Ilan Point ) IIJIIII"i !played
: deorite( Reynolds, Dot RrIon Chicago: ;'Moppet; ;' Mr and Mrs on Tuesday Mat s ,b ",.,11 I "oiioased ,
; Mr and Mr. John S. Horn O Johnson, Itronxville I N Y, '
I 410 Feet on Indian Rlur-lie. I past Palm' t ,in "
Build and Live TOTAL PRICE Cape ( nllverlll; Lloyd Churhonnit ----
1---- RIVERFRONTESTATEFOR tweet Outrigger and Bridge. Can I and John do Rusty. Cocou 'The nation consumes iibtuitISMNMUMKUXM I 1 he (otmlv) ol I n Angeles

be sold In separate purerls.INI Beach i ) ( ) jdillonol'' rcsh( Cxhf: lends the nalii+ .n III, nilk !oro
IN GOLDEN GATE I Or and" Mr. P Gary; MtK; \. wilier dish/ duel ion

I JacksonvilleMr; and Mr. him illisI
SALE ) rfd South Fork I I.. \De-lit. 1'iilni lleach, ,
LOCATED 5 MINUTES AWAY FROM COUNTY'S on St. I I airmwsw "w Ynwamvoseenfnwae.raaRaaa.sm '1 YwtaRi-.sca
SANDSPRIT P\RK FREE BUT LAUNCHING: Lucia River Priced to sill aliHilv OIlI-'f.llIte guests included Mr ,
$5,300.< and Mrs I rank Sesnto Rochester:
200 Ft. Frontage; on Beautiful NY : Mr and Mr. A I I.,. I llo' SOUND

Broad Lucie River witch. Rochester: N. Y.; Mr. and .
SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR il St. Mrs James Hirnwt.ll West Point alaralelMML _'H .... .' FalNarll le'.soww'"rss'. f0-t Ji18f:! :

620 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7-0966 Within City Limits of StuartCity I'VII Ci D Kmcaid, I exnitton| ,K) Robert Kelsey Doing Fine Job
(Next to The Prescription Shop) MURPHYHEALTOR Mr and Mr*, George Kluas.. ('enlerpomt I
tf ((11)0)) ) I N, YI
-- Water lorida I based;1 yacht and nwn- I With Bon Scout Troop No. /171In

An Original Florida Home |I cr, guests at I angford M.irmu -
SOUTH Alt this I'R'Ie'k included. the "Island I December IWtl Boy Scout diMit r.'"ponse ,tad tupport' during
Well Kept and Spacious :I Princess". Mr. and Mr. II C Troop No 171 wan cst.ihhshcd inHolx Ihe MolhcMs hind'.uising, ULllvilifi
Jensen Beach I Mann, Jackvmvillc: "Va I ion," } ; Sound such at bake and corsage nalet
C. B. ARBOGAST Nice Guest Collage AT 7-3340 I I Lester"( 'Plato. I Fort .I.auderduloRihel !: I ( ommumls ,interest und co-t neration The henelts m icouung are
.ft IIY1i, : Mr. and Mrs W A. is high mid the trotip 1 Is "many and varied vas Kelsey Re.
Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. 1-I Mycr, Pompnno Beach priming fast At I present there lire ports reach linn ol' improved "grades
-- '- '
REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925 fifteen[ scouts reyistircd in\ school und more co-operaliort /In
I Well Landscaped With I I he scoutni.isicr is Kohvrt Kcl the home In the process of. holding .

252 Osceoln Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440 Large Lawns and Many 660' of river frontage on South Fork of sei resident: of( I lube llvuhts: : his weekly nieelings he notices .
I St. Lucie ,nod i u Pratt SiMuine> enptoye.Ias : inerenscd response. '' M all I I
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING I Beautiful Trees and Plants I Hi\cr, 30() acre, including! npI first work with youth group : phuses! of Ihe aclivitKs ,HI the plat

proximately 200 Royal Palm Trees beau. was when hi woikcd as u noncommissioned Foil the huts, indKJlmir)! I the dcvelopnunt .
Our Priced To Sell of)user in Germany. ol, bctler chirdLtci trails,
Best $ tiful
Buy $29,950.00 I grounds. Contact broker/
your or alb the (ivrniun youlh' uUivitics, which in turn make for( \better
I I or more than a sear his cln/vn III t thc suture
See Your Agent or Phon I
Over Feet
1,000 frtlllral1l.), urg+miring und cu-trdu'I
CREEK FRONTAGEON AT 7-2607 AT 7-3232 ALBERT BROOKER nuking; I'.illifimlcr J .:::: grciup In the (iil'l Scout's EnjoyA :
If UOI I ureuii where ho was ntulionc'd
TilE SOUTH FORK Pathfinders" tire the dcrman eqlliv.I I Slumber Party

4/ ACRES I I P.O. Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach Fla.W I I ,Vent/ of our Hoy SctNiti He was
I L U ''ltOII also' in reap work in Wilmnnlic, (Irl! Seoul Troop No 14C held
ONLY $6,500()() ONLY ; I I ( unit for a numlnr of year he- slumber. / party recently: lit.I the
w. B. TILTONREALTOR lore coming lo llohc Sound civic center ,ill none 1100.
I Attending' were Kay MillerMi, -
Our Best the sponsoring for
Buy orgum/ulion
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II ATE R I RON T (he troop! u the lithe/ Sound C number check finch franchmc: lA'siilcno! ,
I, I of Commerce Also'. very imporbint Belly Ke-lse-v hotly Breen, Karen
1500) ON SOUIH IORK ST. IUCIIRIUR: lo the functioning of the I Hurst lacks Mytrt Kim hvuns,

Jensen Beach Florida AT 71411"presents" Good 'land and prktd al only $VMH) a waterfront foo 21% I Iroon ii ihe troop" conimillee!, It i is I and I Undo Penl k.
HOMES : dimn. A IUAI: BtRGUN; : : composed| of: deorge Kempf 1 he girls had dinner and play
I committee chairman; William I I I t od (games "before bed time The
I Schultz: relury.lreaNurer; Mr. highlight' / of their good Unto was
$13,500 IS AIL IT TAKES for this nice Stuart Home on 160 ROLAND G. LUEDER \l.re of Sung lee farms, and Williuni the 'hike through Ihr wards beforebreukfdsl

ft. lat. 3 Bedrooms"', Two Air-Conditionm I lent-T o I 1. Commercial Building For Lease Schneider/ who are re'OJ'CnMj. I .
W..ells-Flit Commitment for $12,100. ale for the oiitdix) program, and I Ihe jIIIr.K: thini-roiHil Hy
Central location hi Jensen Beach on Florida 707formerly RMI1OR: Ml'I.TIN F: LISTING SERVICE l"ompeo Anlonellis. quurtorniaslcr Mrs (, Xinnlt and

I Macy't IROO square| fret on term Ir$150.110 79 ('OWR\O( AVENUE: !SIU\RrIIA. AT '.I" I.U I\\ Phillip''' Algiv/nn serves" in a very Put BreAnMOIIIHtS.

NEW ON THE \RKFT\ k tide Beauty. Nettled In Ihe trees II per month. ,. 'l/oil/ '/special capacity; he in the Insliiulionul : .
-1'0 Bedrooms-Two BulhM' -24 fL Living Room-Dining representative, and reprevnls ARE: IIONORID
Room-24 ft. Florida Room-20 ft. Kitchen Two-car Carport I' 2. Small Home at Bargain the troop at district meetings. I Mrt William' Schneider' servgdMother's :
a The assistant j Day dinner for guests/ of
u Dale
Hobby Room-130 ft. lot In Stuart', finest residential' urea
_$%%,1100 Cash or Terms.TW'0 I I Bedroom on 60' Lout ('BS-Near Indian River HOMIiS. . . . . from $8700. Mahlii. fjmilmr to many at the I honor tin. Carne Mall and Mrt.in .
with access lo River Only $6,500.110. |lab I technician in the olfice of Ur. I ( Robinson. !Sin Hall It Mr>.

OCEAN to RIVER from $150. ft Myen ibis committee will terse Sehncide-r't mother, and Mrs,
HOMES T\KE YOUR PICK Both on 95 x 150 per for nix yean, I Robinson it Mr Schneider't mother
ft. Lot 10 x 12 and 12 x 12 Bedroom 15 x 18 Living 3. South Jensen Home COMMERCIAL SITES The Iroop meets t weekly every I Alto attending was Mr, Robinson
Rooms 10 x 12 Dining Room", Total Price $8,500 each Urge screened In porch on 75 x 120' Lot-llrt-trlc from $15,000.()() Wednesday' evening; at the Civic and Ihe Vhnvidct'l/ ton,

Excellent Term Near Ihe School Both public andParochial. Heal-me Bath-Modern Kitchen-Awning Hlndowv CHOICE ACRHAGg495. Center in Hobe S,>und. Twelve dutch
Carport and Service Room.-Partially Fur. coult icvw signed: for mimmer'
nishrd Prked RIWlt. camp w be al ('amp, 'Ian PrRSON\L

CHOICE LOTS . . $2250.() ahketa in Jupiter' They will leave Mrs Anna Site !Scneft from
COMPLETELY reR. ISIIFD 1957 Two Bedroom CBS June 21 I and return June 27 A (astro Valley, Calif, arrived
Home To Settle an rotate: Total $8,500. 4. Lot on Skyline! Drive Ask Us! }'ou'lllJe Glad You Hid CJinpmg trip it scheduled for Ihe Palm Beach Airport on Saturday. at

Overlooking the Indian River 1361 Frontage 'I weekend of May 22 lo an undetermined She wan /bv her parenit Mr
Only $3,000.00. local apt" On May 27, and Mrs.nn W Moke, and her
there will he a campfire at which I I ,,"er-in-Illw, Sirs John Hoke. all
:bon I will he I Court' ol t Honor Thu it.
See NORTH RIVER SHORES ', of Coconut Street Mrs\\ Scurft
I West Jensen Home New for the entire family, and Ihe
5. purpose will upending I two-week vacation
NORTH RIVER FOREST 2 Bedroom, lile Bath New CB 8241' tot on and Company I I. to encourage family recognition : I with her J"trenll.
for the honor and advancement
Paved Street Temwra Moon Awning Wln-
earned by I h. individual Mr and Airs"' lame Graham;
!900 Colorado A.*., (acroM from lit National Bank)
I STUARTS tEADL-SC WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES doves All for only $10,300.00. I KOIItt. i have visitors from Beaumont, Tt*.
AT 7.2500 AT 7-32M AT ,..cut '
Mr. Graha" ,
WE SELL THE EARTH Special credit gars In one rHr. mother Mri Naomi
DOV 0-KELLY or BOB WIUItMS Micular scout says ScoinnmstelJUsey I Russell and his "brother and

I.U Clan) I-U (J Ira) a..tl lito'' Jimmy rraham'i enlhusi. titicr-in-law. Mr and Mrt. Joe
It aim for scaring hat at much to : Graham. arrived Friday mornug,
---- I do with the success of the troop ,I II and will he tlaylnf for a week
I| at any other single factor Jimmy !!
I It senior pjlrol leader and chair. Mrs. Fttefla Moore held: a morning
uC. O. RAINEY-Realtor FOR SALEJust I man of the (jreen Bar Patrol whine" coffee on Friday for the women
of the Pr. byterum Chursh.
duty I i. lo plan the program of the
twenty women attended and
I troop and then carry it out I
The leader of the Ked Fort Patrol a voluntary silver offering was
I, ia Tommy Kempf and Ihe a.. I taken up for the current tewwgaMignment

I RESIDENTIAL I I ACREAGEOUR I I INVESTMENTS I I- nistjnl Ihe Buccaneer i i. Fommy I'ulrol lee. leader it Hobby of'I !MRV' 11IOMAS' GOIID\UN

Kelsey and awisUnt" it Duvid McCuen I
1. ST. LUCIE EST-2 Bedroom, 2Vi Bath BEST BUYShort 1. MARINA !Silt on South Fork St lassie Troop icnba: i it Hutch HOIDSMIXf' .: (OHIF:

Living Room- ll GE Kilrbem River IIi Acre .U all' with water Schneider and David McC'uen A wrionme coffee was held! hy
Large Valued Dblance West of ......ed U.S. No. I frontage ot) both nldr of River. 30000. serves also at troop bugler Mrs. henna Cioutdrrun/ recently
Doahk Carport X 2175000.
Behind every oryani/ation of for Mrs Marie Rte
535 ACRES Completed Home in Broadway I male there nceina invariably lo Mr. and Mrs. File have recent-

2. PORT SEW -Cawtom Built-2 Bedroom FENCED FARM PASTURE LAM) 2. STORIXMTICE AND APARTMFNT Section -. Walking Distance i to Shopping he an vrgani/uUon of women, and (Jy moved into their new home onPalm
I the tcoul troop I it no ..certlOlTh. \. Street m North Hobe Sound
-I Bath-Walk to Golf Course 0\f.R 2800 ON COUNTY ROAD MENTAL UNITS On Et.| (Oce. women in hit( case form the Shore.

Aaiiowt. to ell $29,500.00. PRICE REDUCED: Blvd.Good retara e. awmlnal. ktvestment 2 LARGE BTIIlltCTRIC BIDROOMS1I1K TERRAZZO FLOORS Mol hen' ,Auiiliary and provide Among than attending were
NOW $375 unurv ROOM funds for the purchase of new' Mrs tenth Patterson Mrs Betty
per acre 1 HEAT 1 CARPORTSLARGE equipment, operating expeme, Macm. Mm n the! Ptotrowskl. Mrt
3. !MOVE RIGHT IN CBS 2 Bedroom 3. 9.1 ACRES South U. S. 1-3 Bed nl En 1 LAN J>4ICA Pf I) etc Mrs. Robert Kehey it J'NM" Rose Schwalm Mrs Maty Slack

2 Barb-Florida Room overtook St. HOUM, 300 dent with Lttclle ,Kempf lorvinga and Mm MarInes M'lI'goIn Men
room Mango Trtea Small
RENTAL Bedroom Home. .
$9,995.00 vice president The I imt ruininf Betty .cL..an. .Ins) Ml, Carol
Luclr-Seaw* -Port -SVwall-$29,800. 1500 Sq. fL Commercial Bldf Lake-273' on UA 1-A0 for 30000. chairman U Mrt Althmre links

1 IOW DOWN PAYMENT FINANCING ARRANGED Schneider: the secretary Mr. Helen Also attending wat Mrt. Mr,
Buy Direct front OWBCT i Schultz and ttw hotpitallty the DuVal) daughter Mr aid
!90< COLORADO AVENUE PHIL DORIAN BOB SL\DIONS DIAL ATUarJe '.%%61MLIBEa chairman Mrt. V ginia Kraft 'i MM. Thoman Oouldman. Mil.TJuVal .

STUART, FLORIDA A-SSOCL\TES MLS ART RUHNKE, 612 Colorado Avenue I Mrt. Schultz, tpeali s for he entire with her husband and top 1
'.1' ",., kf stern Mother Auxiliary thank the 1 has been visiting the GouMrrutt/
I..a. i I. community; at kr,* for iu i lremen.. for,the )test month.lr .

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(I"'n Note b.I"The, w .lire tranaaetlon,Rtln'ftt.d fldur.et from.",. I Olivin S, Holton to Ailsa ('raig r BREAD 21 loaves 39cSpecial
.tt' rI"\ -nu< nl HIIPH.., arrixi-J Iniha Fender tot 126 and I I7 block
deed al! lh rate.. of Incenta ,,127. The Island Beach Revised
per flue In cn 'n where ,
eonaldetatl' 'Is nomliml, Ruth, Plat No 1 I. $110,000,
an. rrllnqiilHhimnt or ahnllar tna..of a when truateoahlpa no lelind O Price to ( A St
money chariKfa hand, jMumpaIndicate Onge Lot 499, block 23. Olympia
1100 value n mandatory Them are minimum InatnncfH/ Plat No I J. $1,000 This/ Week! "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN SMOKEDPICNICS
where more stamps are placed Fred W. Hildcbrand to Jack .
on an Inairumont than actual.
value of a tranafer but, perl son Burke rty in lot 136.Comet WHOLE
odlcally the oomptrollei oflloeInveatlkatu ;anr.rof 61noo.Doris / '9 y .
I louse caaea In
which leaa alnmpa aPlear tohove I lIal1{ Failc to Jackson e 'bt
been plrirrd than the tax Burke Property in lot 133, Gomez 6t to 8-lb.
warrantat The S.W' laaax notaponalblllty f:29cfRf
tor the eatimataA Grant $30,000William
.Iuallon F. Morin to Johannes :

Warner O Bjird to First Na<. Grant Maas..Property$2,400Robert in lot 75, Gomez:
donal Bank of Palm Bench, Lol'I
R Garner to C. H .... ..
109, Block 124 of I Nand Beach Hardwick Sr Lot I I. 2, 3, 4, 5, ----- -- -- ---- --
6. ::: =i:i i=:i:i!iiis:e'
7, ,
Rio 8 St 13 Lucie 14 15 Terrace and 16.$27,000 block 4, 1 i CHOICE WESTERN BEEF FIRST CUT lb. 79cCENTER

George L. Hopkins to Donald i... tl PLAID .sal..:
E. Hughes Property in lot 75, !SB ZAl\ STAMPS Ii! C
\ Gomez Grant. $I.OO.L. :! ..... '
F Knowles to Frank E. QUID.en.bt.rry r== Wllk Ihli Coupon and purchue e11LCKU / mu i, S T CUT
Property In lot t 11 I, plat I... ;w 1
Fresh of Arbcla, $17,500, !:1 &PONGIj" ; $249 hI
C. Pauline Gocsslmg to Herman : !MOPS each : lb.
W. Decker. Property in tract 4, ):!! l.ood Ihri. '*.l May U Mix 8.18.84 M f!J
as aStraight block 75. St. Lutie Inlet Farms l'RESIi: LEAN: : WHOIr( : GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN "SUPFR: -R1CI11" ALL :\tMf
'tea=C====== uunun: l :
$300 .._ : ,
&; --------- ---------- ----- PORK BUTTS STEWING HENS .39c FRANKS C49c:
Rogcrt M Skillman to Theo ........... .. .39c :
dore C. Rowland Lot 34, amend"St. : -
+ $3.200. t PLAID.s s l PICKLE PIMIENIO: OLIVE ixiF
ql William C. Hol/huucr to Ray 0'rAMPS' BONES 51b.,, ,. fiQc lrr CHEESE Ib.59cP
mond 11 Ross Lot H. block 5. A i J 0= O-OZ.
I II section 2, North River Shores. n \RlrR I : PORK LOINS, (.liitd' from 13.Ib. avg.LUlliIl : CAP'N. JOHN'S FRO' IN SE.V
$6500 '!!i With Thli Coupon and Purcb..1 .II : CHOPS fc55e MEATSc'"ce i **> & & SCALLOPS ST6S*
I \\ Vista Salerno Properties ]Inc, i JOIINSIOVSNO : : R.I 1
N i
1 1I to William, H Matheny Lou 12 I.. 89 (Ol'HM H. C. SMOKFD: or FHI.SH: ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED D & D QUICK FROZEN:: RrD
and 13 block T and Iota 23 and RC\('II bottle fi'!
24 600, block S, Vista Salerno. $2- I. Good thru Sat.. May l. Mia. 8.18.84 II SAUSAGE lb. 65c BACON. 2p A.. 89' SNAPPER Ib,59c

Martin County to Lillie 1 Haekclt 1. !f I_I SI!_fs!1 S4 l SlSSilS M3 j..
Lot 2, Mink 49, Golden Gate N

Park.William Sloe Angcvme to Louis Zap- : L' m rrmts S & Vegetables N..??,.._' T-: '..ftl't,:>,...:....;n"fEl'TWw:,-.:.... .>..;...fl""wvfJWWfM'. ,,",, ".v"""*..'.'.'..'.'.'.*.:::; f trresn
ko Lot 7 8, 9 and 10. block fruiiO- ","'w., ;
144 Golden Gate Subdivision I s
$1.400 r.. ]FIRM, RED, RIPE; ( Del Monte !
I Florida Eastshore Properties, With. thle Coupon and purofca. of :
)nab Jupiter Inlet Beach Colony i n Johnson & JolmwMi Plastic Strip : lbs. \ '
Inc Lot 5, block 16, and lot ; RN ,
!J4 BAND- economy bite : TOMATOES 2 ,29c Goid'C \
4 hloek 17, Jupitcr-Tequesta Hunt !I.* AIDS can 89c J CLidr .
Club Colony, section A. $100 81 .
to Jupiter Inlet Beach Colony,Inc {I w Good thru Sat? M x 16 Mia S M 64PIAID .

to 17,Wallace Jupiter-Tequcsta V Camp lat Hunt 4, block Club L I m_ ___ ...___!__ ]PRESII, GOLDEN, TENDER ; .suGee ,. MIX s&caRRO'IS ;,

YOURDOOR Colony Jupiter, action Inlet Beach A $4900 Colonylnc. r'fii t 'fiii iiIiiii :H--U, CO RN "\ \ : : \ {\

to 16,William Jupiter-Tequcsta}I. Craig Lot Hunt 5, block Club ? {xtta I i 1 0 e49c ; i'Ilix r8'8'0 cans $1 ;'

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Colony section A $4 900.( STAMPS ) .
Company Coral,I Inc Gardens to Edward Construction Stag With till. Coupon and purchase .1 I NO. 1 RED, RIPE '<, _, ._.._ ':.
LFAor miller Lot 55, Sea Gate Harbor. ANN PACEr I r,? r' ,
iI $10000. RK.VIONI; 9Cr I: J ,, .ISy
/] Coral I Gardens Construction 1-Ib. pkg. ttO i
I ", )4IR"1\: (;, Company, Inc to Jack Fields Lot 10.. Coed thru Sal May 18 Mia. 14-64 *.1 i.1L i iS
1. block 2, River Point, $10,000: ..
Nicholas Deep! individually and .Z3'! tI! !!! _i x6n..rte r.__ass j jr RED G NNYRROOK
as trustee, to Dorm H. Bock, I-ot d
27 block 5, Tropic Vista Sln,- "r1"Florida
; 900// r -EXTRA-I RHUBARB 19-1 Algid.
Ben Hartig to Lilly E O'Brien.
r Lot 4. block 37. Port Sewall $100.
rK, Cuyler R. Baker to Clarence I I II S
George Ncely. Lots I to 12 melu- | PLAID STAMPS FRESH[ RED, RIPE
slue block 9, Northwood Subdivision -
$7,000POMCE ( I With the Purchase of (Items Below I I II 3

At Your INVLSriGAlE I 23 LX1RA PLAID STAMPS IJohnson's Strawberries 3 pints>, 98c dozen $1 r
llllir OK WALLETStuart Glade an: 63c.
STORE police are investigating the I
theft of a white wallet continuing I 25 1AIRV rL\II) SI AMPS: I ISta.PuffRinseS49c ANN I'GKSalad; : '
1 between $10 and $15 from a loeul:
LFA May 6, at :: : I ,' ,
i store on Wednefcday I "
t JvMvt i ] t .nproximatcty 1045: am Dressing # j jar 39c **' i f
According to the report of Pa- NO COUPON: MtKSS\RY: .
Call mlmim Harry Barnes, the wallet i I i i ,- - J A&P 1 Urand! C'.L, 1, .
{ was in a handbag belonging to Frozen r
For Mrs. Myrtle Drcyer left on the PACIFIC BRAND EARLY[ JUNE ,
I R'luhr counter of the Sewing Center 240 : 'oO'lJM.tH"A.S:
,, Homo Dilivery Eat t Osctola Street Mb. :

i X The -set of Labor forewasts SMALL PEAS 39 \ BABY \
: a work force of 87,000,000 YF.GETARLF:, PEAS
cans \ .
s / _persons by19HO_ I mmuumm MIXU> or U SPEARS ; .
---- -- --- ', CARROr5 B'l' '
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I i ; I Ii It I ARGO BRAND GREEN PEAS, WHOLE \".. Mix or 410..oZ. 69c \ ,\

t l.Iba n 't;!
latchH.p .
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6 $1 .
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Center ".' _...:
i H oaring Aid JI : cans ,; I c& "'"
rlElts ,
OF 1"01U ,, Special! Family Size ANN PAGE I PINEAPPLE, I PEACH or APRICOT "
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I \ proud to annournchistd ? > Tudor

11$ eppointment asI PRESER YES 3 ;lb. 79c
I ': itNRBott/es
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I SHORTENING' 3 can lb. 49c 12 12.oz 13tj .S1zc Ctn, 169

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I I 1, -.:,: Wishbone Italian Dressing li::l il 39c Strietmann Grahams .. i t? 37 c

4 it
i v' 'wr' Friskies Dog Food 3'"ir::, 43c Starkist Chunk Tuna 6c::z. 35c ,.Sate Only PhlfStampt

.1 Eelbeck Corn Meal 3 bnA 29c 12r 1'*aacetfine Gifts Faster
Regular Lemonade ;ZllM: : 27c IXk il .r ATUNTIC a MCrK TIA COMfAW, WC,

1 has am been extremely appointed happy to and the proud ever-growing that my family company of Sunshine Hydrox Cookies ;iJ 43c Birdseye Frozen Spinach 'ST; 23c ( .

Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer. It .Is our sincere! aim to Northern Tissue 4 roliM 39 Buttermilk !IKS o '
Biscuits 25c
serve our community !in every way we can,with the .... .. for .... 5T
finest hearing aids available,by Zenith..,backed by ""
our complete service and an ironclad 10()-Day Money Northern Towels ..... .. 2 : 43c Miracle Margarine .. '." '... :;:"b. 33c PRICES IS 1 illS AD GOOD TIIRU SOURLY, MAY 16
Back Guarantee.



Come In todo,...for.cIItmOnatratlon of

the finest in hearing eid6-ienitbl gallon l: Df c 46.It.: 59c 8 J : 89c I-Ib.11.I 4-01.. 33 C 2.Ib.pili'8-01. 59c J=z.l7c



,709( Orange Ave. Fort Pierce bottle J-oz.41 c 2 bll ban Wu ZOC 'C 19c 3;:- 49c 1lb.ciin. 85c quart caa 35 c


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1111 SUJART (iriwlilii) NFMS llini-Mfuy, nary 14, 1964 t I-C

Filched Sound Makes Fish Mad Ten SentencedBy -_ -

; TrowbridgeTo Two New 'All Tourney' Records Made in

How Tree Big SnookBy Serve TermsTen
a Caught

sentenced Sailfish Club Contest Recently Ended

LRMSr LIONS persons ll( in I
!Martin Circuit Unit t last week -

Science is truly wonderful After I b\ Judge I'. Pteillu" 1'rowbridge I weeks, but two last-ounute surprises I F Schaelller ol South Hampton Harry E. Miller of Jensen Beach

listening to the multitudinous I Willie Henna. IVmpano, was I Wahoo andGrouper 1 were: a nineteen-pound. I tong 1 Island. N. Y., !scored won in the pompano division with
squeaks, pips, blats and other sentenced to Raitord from 11 i \ four-ounce triple-tail entered bv such u thirty-one.pound jack cre- I six pounds and six' ounces of golden
noises made by fish! through acoustical k.. I months to tour \c.lrlln a charge Albert W Willeke of Jensen Butch. Mlle Iran the Fran .L." dinner plate

devices that greatly magnify a I of larceny of an automobile. He in eight/ ounces heavier than the prior ;; 0. S. Wood of Ann Arbor An unusually large shecpshead,
the sounds, scientists tried playing entered guilty I'lc.l.Mark leader John McDumel ol' lielmar.
by Mich, retained iSc.d to win nine pounds!, thirteen ounces of
them back. They found that one 1I I I. Thompson, wits sentenced New Records N. J., and a t\\enl-llle- I with: u thirty-nine and onehalfpound /.ehra-Mnped bottom grazer won
particular series of high frequency to two oars and sir monthsin pound twelve-ounce tirpon entered I king mackerel from the I first for Hugh E. Sheppard olStuait
pips made fish furious Raiford on a !grand! tureen by Samuel Awl of Port Salerno Fran E." .

One of the researchers' happen.ed I s charge He Raiford.Jasper I is already. serving a 1 \\e> new "till tournament" records which took the lead awa\ I Another ocean species \\winner In the freshwater division, tail

to remark on this fact when hewas ,, sentence at \\ established when judges seven and one-half I pounds heavier I was the twcntydive-potind hull dolphin J. Gcycr ol Columbus Ohio, was
: Pugh ol Booker' Park
on the program at a tackle I for Stu.irt S.ullish Cluh met onMav than the prior leader entered handed from "Spray II" by' winner with and
a nine-pounder;
manufacturers convention I a at ... was placed in two scars probationon 1 to designate \\ winners in the by George j (Tiny) Hopkins ol Stu- rurl Hin bank of Omaha, Neb R'IU1IC.Iull" ol Piliokec chalked
)ear. An alert salesman asked ifthe a forgers charge He entereda 19MMinter lourminient. art 1'1 R orloff I of f'rel11l'nt. Ohio with
up a plaque II i
speaker could reproduce the .i guilty plea. They Mere an cightfive-pound Both l sailfish winners were in won the channel bass division with speckled porch:
particular sounds that made the Wayne Leo I twrcey\ Jacksonville -. ttuhoo landed hy Paul A. Walker 'the !gold button class-hut bare a twcntyonc-pountd, fightounceredlish I
entered will "he mdui.il, I tar till
a gmlt\\ plea to "possession Plaques '
lash superintendent of Jonathan Dickinson Dr. Robert I- ot !Slur .
angry. .
of moonshine and received tlesvlle. I winners atlu doul, l<. J s.k of
State Park, Hobe Sound Biggest bluetish w a s a lour-
"Sure l said the scientist, 1 ,
their ..
six-month thrre ukiuss 1,1 l
a to -year sen 1'1'' i ? tuper
have them on tape right here He tence at Raiford. caught!! (from the 'Spray II; and men\ division w ith an eight!! -fool. : pound, six-ounce battler caught spellmni'i, ilk n mis,,, ins t Ih1
played a medley of fish noises un- a -live-pound i wursaw !grouper! I one-utcher, caught from the "('ur bv Monroe R Sehiieht ol Lewiston I '
I Carter Jr.,
Augusta re landed hy Genevieve j I Schneider and Mrs Gene T I Whacker. I P.i.. engravings!
tit he came to the particular blips ceived sir-nionth the :; : ;: I IIIIIC;
a sentence in i
and said "there they are:' Thesalesman d Port Salerno 1 from the headhout"Itig Melbourne Beach I led the worn- Imv" Hopkins of Stuarl. that I
county jail on an aggravated,! assault
Day" ens division with inveterate bridge fisherman, won
turned on his pocket tape an eight-looter
recorder and is now marketing one charge He entered a guilt The si's-ntunth tourninient began The I weight division has been discontinued. I t the sea trout division with a twelve- I @

of the most t successful innovations pleaTwo the I on Nov. I I. 1963, ended! nt nuJ- ,, pound 1. ten-ounce spotted! hs'nuty) I II *V H i WWWa
year probation was night on April 30( A new uv- I iiiiihl trom the St. I Lucie bridge
4ay1 'sentence for niton( Holninn, of Among the hilll ihcheul I.'" j Say Merry"Christmas
i xrYaRatlPnd:,. -,,*.f' y1 month Summer Tournament began I the landed
largest rednlll'IICr
Pompano. when he entered a guilty white marlm caught, a t 1111-\1\- I
1964 HSIIFRM1-VS:: i of Slay I I. pounder, was landed by Keith (' ', was a i huge! Iwcim six and one'
plea on a charge of larceny I
Most standings! held I in lin.il hall ol steak haul
DICES A CORKERI an automobile lesskr ol Orlando I Iroin the "Cur- pounds snapper
I cd Iron the reels by John U.
tune 1 his the that up )
was no
4 Evm Leon Mitchell of Palm I cur
I highly recommend the 1964 I Skl/ir ol Wddwo ut. N. J., from Best
Beach received two curs probation : one scored on u big blue murlm \ :t\\: \: \:
Fifth anniversary Fishermen'aDigest ) tenecd June 9. He/ bus I been held I the Hig Duy"
t, edited by on a grand larceny charge 15 lieu of Some mighty handsome: I 11 I s husers'
a 360-pager : in )jail since March in A ser-pound, luurteen-ounee
Jimmie lee Robinson Ho he Joe Cress ol Stuarl I AND HAPPYGRADUATION
Tom McNally )It covers the S 11I.1"III) bond mangrove snapper won that division .
world fishing !scene with more Sound got two )years probation on i One woman (illldH"tcher.. ginned a plaque for an amberjaek tar Steven J. Stephens of
a charge of larceny of an auto. tipping the !scale's al sixtv-lwo\
than forty articles! by ,
experts guilty Ocean Iliee/e Par k.
+ Jupiter, entered u pica '
including "Outboards Scare a I He also! entered a guilty plea. pounds, landed Iran the "Oodles' TOO .
I aggravated assault and! was sentenced Biggest!!!! spamsh mackerel was a
hsh" by Martin County's own Willie Henry Carter Jupiter to M\ months in the county jail twenty-five pound barraciulii seven' and I I one-half caught
forfeited a $1.(Mill() bond on an : :: pounder
Chuck I Schilling. Camping tips ag Charles K, I 1'. Brown was public talk first m that division for R boos :the "(Carlunc: by Deryl R VALENTINE'S
assault charge
and a complete listing of world gravated S. MeCieheo of luu: Gallic from I huller' i ol Orlando
defender m most of the tascAssistant .
Preston Davidson. charged! with
records are included. It's avail. the "Skipper"Mrs! BOOK RKORD( SHOP
P +M CiNourse i. Mrs I lease Mayhury of Mount
able from news dealers or at introducing contraband into the Slate Attorney Philip Amanda kmdig of Osecolu Am. N C' the
copped ladylivh 329 last: Ocean Boulevardtlourd
$3.95( postpaid from Gun Digest county Jail (a pistol. )) will be sen- prosecuted. l. In<1., can he thankful( that the with ?a three-pound, -
T -- - ----- -- ---- -- graze oneounce All .
----- Duyeilncs
Association, 4540 West :tourney did i not last a few more silver acrobat )
; ::
Madison, Chicago, 111 60624. Be days, Her Ihirlv-one-pound, eight'ounce '
Recreation Requests to sneak but has I
won been
"-* >j,4 ..'w.'>' >.....* )
exceeded since in the summer contest

In the tackle field, a multi-frequen- '.
Considered Body
cy transistorized fish call which by The arctic bonito award l lent

emits sound that make any finny to Dr. Arthur L. Rivers of ('halle

creature fighting mad. Two requests from Okecihobee the tederul tate Flood ( onlrol ion, S. C., for a nineteen and one-

Hung in the water under a row. County concerning public recreation Project and! wilt also maintain the hnll'-r,osmnd ocean racer caught
out and switched on, the device I on Luke Okcechohce and the levee on the cast side of the river, from the "Gannelt" I

tmlu: what must sound like oaths! Kissimmce River have been presented In other business Wednesday, An unusual catch which received d a asxa

accusations and false charges toe to the staff of the Central W R. Scott of Stuart member ol t a first place plaque was a Ihir- s F14L'PRECIA'rE
fish population. The biggest! and Southern I londu Flood? Control the I IC'D Board, advised the tri- Icen-ponml, six-ounce b I a c k f fin i
i nd most pugnacious fish come District counts committee that he has obtained tuna landed by Harhuru S. Vieh-

thing up and are easily caught The county i is asking that title a permit front the Turnpike man of Melbourne Beach fruits

n almost anything.Do .. to a portion of Hog Island, (near Authority for the development ofa the "Hobo"Bruce
have fish stories? boat and dock under Sullivan of Kissnnmee
River new
you any the mouth of the KiSHimmee ramp
of head for fried fillets chowder
PLENTY sheep baking, or are caught! a helty eighteen-pound,
), which is owned by the CD, (the Turnpike at Phipps! I Park. This "
Looking. back I can think of shown in this catch by Captain Andy Mclean. Sheep&heahaunt! be turned over to the county so is near the point where the St. three-ounce IIll1itl' or false albacore -

one true fish stones which are docks, mangrove shorelines, snags and bridge piling. that a planned public recreationarea lueie Canal crosses the turnpike. from the "Marybob! III' to
most t unbelievable.One Martin will develop the win that division
can be developed on the County
It was the only time I ever fishing and we hadn't, done so well A t Ihirty-four-pound, eightouncecobia 1
time 1 was fishing down on Island site :
the North Shore of the inlet where heard of a tree catching a fish -just five or nx This old fellowwas Okcechohce John Stretch CD recreation director from; the "('attune't won lorAl
a chronic complainer. He bellyached Secondly, County Woodington of Orlando
a great many mangrove roots hung announced\ that additional'
bus requested that the east side of
down into the water. The big snook An unforgettable fishing experience all day about the fishing the Kissimmee River from Slate plans are being made to providemore -- -- --

were charging mullet One got occurred right in front of being M poor. Road 78 north for five miles not timid better fishing access in ProfessionalHearing
i(too enthusiastic ran the mullet Bay Tree Lodge on the lower St. \\ hen 1 started up the outboard be fenced-!so that the public can the Flood Control District's Canal I Tllli SUPPORTOF
/right into the roots and was caught Lucie. to return home, a six-pound tea use the urea for bank fishing tor 23 Hessev( Creek Canal); Ca- Aid Service
by the gills. I had taken a man sea trout trout,.evidently scared by the engine bass and bream. oal 24 (Kim Ditch), and Canal 23. I
i-_ __ Jumped out of the water and, speckled perch, (Belcher'! Canal). JAY A, BYRNE, THOSE WHO VOTEDFOR
landed in old Uolly-Acher lap.It Both requests were aired Wed
The trl-county committee was I Certified Hearing Aid
.1 il the only time 1 ever saw a I nesday night at a meeting of the formed by Scott last year to advise AIK

sea trout jump, before or since. Martin-Okccchobcc-Sl Lucie Count the HO on all mailers of public Audiologkt
lq i e s Recreational Development in
I recreation in the three counties Specialists Quality Hearing
One time, when cans were madeof Committee, at Okcechohce City. The committee is working to develop Aids, Batteries, Ear Molds! and
stouter stuff than they are today The tri-county group endorsed sonic twenty recreation sites Repair of All Makes.

I picked can on an oyster both. In its urea I SAM HARLESS
NOW IN PROGRESS A 7' bur that t UCaj only a small Ed Duil. executive director of --- I 107 Atlantic Avt., K Pierce

entrance hole in it, but quite ap the f-CD, said that the request con While a few sharks lay egg, (Opposite M. Luck flunk) ,

MEANS JEWELRYJust parently was occupied by a Jiving cerning Hog Island will be pre most species. "' bear living young/, HOward 1-3035
creature of some size. sented to the FCD Governing called pups I I
I -- -- --- -
in TIME for the Cutting open the can's top, I Board at its next meeting, atI\ I

1964 GRADUATEALL found a good sized ocean toadfish, a.m. Friday May 15, at the St.
which had apparently entered the Lucie County courthouse in Fort

can when quite small and hud lived I Pierce. The public is invited. PRICE
\ WATCHES- and thrived on other small crea Dad said that the Flood Con. iij.; LOW

tures until it grew so large that it trol District cannot comment on e
couldn't get out. the question of fencing or lack of I('

20 % OFFMEANS When I let it go, I thought, there'sthe fencing along the Kissimmec! River -
this decision
at tune
only fish I know of that spent as any
most of its life in jail. will have to be shared by the Army TIRE SALE !
Corps of Engineers The Corps is t
responsible for construction under
JEWELRY While it was not exactly an oddity

1 always thought thut the early.
VVA1CII & JEWELRY REPAIRh'er 39 Years! Experience days Stuart Sailfish Club solution should have been disqualified! immediately FOR O\\ Your Choice 1002 DUPONT NYLON

2420SCIOLA: 3 Doors! South of Flu. Power Blilg./ AT 72565TS to the awarding of a first prize cup but the judges' coin-

for like. a dolphin tm was Solomon- in tlcc. having indulged in a few NOT 2 I LY
beers at the old Lighthouse set- i
Two angler on the !same boat tied it otherwise. 4 FULL PLY
on the same day entered dolphin They ordered the silver cup :
weighing twenty-one pounds, six sawed in two down the middle and
rI ounces. Our judges' committee sent half to each angler
I checked with the captain and .

", oED found that the dolphin had seized The early days Sailfish Club.ben POINT BRAKE SPECIAL

two strip baits and had been land not like the bunch .. .
d were sedate -- -- ---- - -- --
i! ed by the two anglers. The fish which runs things today.

: R ; I There was a visiting British Gillette .030 OVrRSI/K: IIKAVY: DUTY I LINING:' :'

I angler who was a roaring good GUARANTEED: : RH.INK BRAKIS AIL FOUR Wilt l.LS

N I fellow and loved practical jokes. Executive Low Profile 10 writing to sear : DRV I AIL I OUR DRUMS $26 95
He treated the entire club to a
1 ?dalDodsR I '
rare roast beef dinner the night Dr 30 1\lonths..
I before he left for home and FI.USIISYSIESIRLl1LLVIIIIIIKAVY1)U'IY! I
I amused .
Use himself greatly at our expensewith 2OW 1\1iIes' HUM) All Other Cars $31.95
t our I everything from itching powder MARK I PUK I ROM' \HIt.... BKARIV.SKOI : ;

modernORACE \ 1M fOUR FOUNTAIN to collapsible water glasses! Your ('holc. '.1... ,... ....... ......, 'A IK: IIRKS, .II1 DKSIKH) ROAD GUARANTEED
I As we saw him off on the train .f.ka .alb M.5i. irol.5.TYNF.X n:Ii'r AIWUSI AIL IOURBR.VKKS
For Ywir Fivoriu 0,1.5we :.
f r I SERVE LUNCH next day, we slipped the porter $5 or NYWN ..1..11..t _' WI.D.. AIL lABOR INCLUDH:'/ : ) 15 Monlh. or 15,000 Mile
R' i and a very old, very smelly batfish f I .t the price :I..uaw.um..m1..rw.
1 = ..
a u'Its.
I STUART DRUG CORP. I Ilit. which we swore him on his honorto ..w. All.ao/aao.t.li,. ...)...1..1.
slip between the sheets when\ he 4 FULL PLY NOT I PLV in in.o..d.r Knfilk *r -
Lucl. S Ft..l.r 01.1' AT .IIU NdT NO MONEY DOWN
NEW SFCONDS .ui.!! kuW M Ml* frit
made the
: THC IIEXALL srOll1 up Britisher's berth. OR CHANCEOVtRS ,rMdllnt
j PLAN He never came back to Stuart
; I ___ __ .
----- ----- PAY AS
j : ICBLLLSS $1 25 j

I 600 I3 2 for 26.90 4 fur 51.80 LITTlll "i/FEDTCllDl1
t $495plus I 650x13 2 for 28.90 4 for 55.80100x13 AS )

To Peel and LookYour 2 for 30.90 .. .... 4 fur 59.80 'f

A 750x14800x14 2 lor 32.911 ... 4 for 63.80

I Each Arr. 2 for 34.90 4 fur 67.80 -
regular clnwtng charge More off-wiw clothing In 850x14 2 for 38.90 .. 4 for 75.80

;:t I HARRKN'S POLARIZED FUR STORAGE VALLT: untd I 900/950x14. 2 for 44.90 ... 4 fur 87.80
Get Your
l January '65. Protected b; controlled temperature .and humidity a 640/650x15 2 fur 26.06 4 for 50.12 ALIGNMENT

i automatic fumigation and Insured Clothes frtfthly 670x15710x15. 2 for 28.08 4 fur 54.16. $A 88
I Elkay
. pressed when want them test fall!1I
you Pay "4 2 for 30.80 4 for 59.60 UK AlUU.Sr CA
) t 760x15 2 for 36.22 4 for 70.44 IOMtf: AND INSPECT: : KM IRK: IRON:'/

.: f Free Bonded Pickup and DeliveryLAUNDRY.CLEANERS / : 800/820x15 2 for 41.46 .. 4 fur 80,92lUBt.rnE KMJ: I'"OK HORN PARTS (Reg prk. $6.88)).

H ; NO EXCHANGE NECEMAHV OW 13" A 14" TIRES W. will" ) t.... the .M Him .11
r .. .... .. .
four ttr r>. rdl. ) condition n Mir All .rlcn .1.! tax I SO .041.
640/650x15 2 far 23.00 .. 4 for 44.00 ::" lira pint ranpMfcl. .* .....r.., II .. MW....|. Nil (3.M r" Ur*. N. ..untlnfVISIT
I .....
670x15 2 far 25,56 ..... 4 fur 49.12 I ia

au alon'i 710x15 2 fur 28.82 .... 4 fur 55.64 II

760x15 2 for 32.24 _.. 4 for 62.48 1IkdpE I

Inc. 800/820x15 2 fur 38.36 4 for 74.72



i PAULINE SEGNA thru Saturday PHONE 287-1453 II'' ,



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[ TIE STUART (Fta) NFW Thunrlav. May 14. 1964 I TIlt'RSn \Y-Conllniied SA1tJROYConllnoed l SUNDAY-Co.ttnt.Ml TUESDV-CcntlnnedTiOO Many Small Cities Including Stuart

-- --- ------------------------------------ ------ Evnlni 1100r,.7 l>inrmnn 7:10- My ....ooi.. Martian -4 H4 Ilk...... ,

.>OO.-4.e N.... W....., Spoils 10 Maverick ft,7 Walt DI..., (Color) r, Yo.l Baar I

COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS 7 10 N.M:,.,k. WMUior.Narrow Martin1 1130-n.7 Cle>,eland v.. Detroit 1".12 l Umpire 7 ....... "d""lh)',. Mr. Chip." Put Axe to Meters in Downtown AreaCompetition

J 5,10--II, 10 Wre.tllne SiOS-4 B4 ..a JIHow 111 Potpourri
: Bunt 11 Know Your NdbtA SilO-S-7 ParadaTi04.
I 511-1 OnodlS1(4.00 II Paa.ln
1!!:' 4 r---WPTV WTVJ Mlml (0,11.1.(> WSTD Radio, 1I1..rI... Ilitlnfl .L.! 11; N... lao, --t Star and: th* IMr1 : > THal : .| Mr. ...,.* from the al"'J'IIrpo.e ter i It a big factor but not the onK

I:::' -WCKT: MVbimlBh.H.OIN'IC'/) Tha' TYroyu..1lt.dnr..re; : fnn>.hht ',S101.... 7/.tur50t Watch M. WhutdflltlM \T 80.i SiiU' it.l/ ('_hot I center with "" free
,. 't | ( *. b, blerliloa:: *'tatlona The Mia. I llunlimtlrlnhl.y. JIaport "Bopping
It llalwna Fort
W EATT 'Writl .. I10H.M. 5410 1 H.n..y Sl ?--( lll. "h..w facilities is4111mb0r
1 .. T .
Pain ** art U not maonatnle for "D, Mm WMUIMII .. anJ unlimited parking Shopping centers arise
(A.Bn) pro r.. ahuie.WFDNFSDAY Ntoht LU nf id* O M Couli4S & .39-4 Bold Journey .U. 4 tM"dlll U.mon Oprlnl"190M1 wUlsr from
-4 Nn- .: CronUM Loa An*..*. ... Chirac I 'rho Balm "Mom"t ot F..r' & : and
F.SO'nnllnul'd a.7 !,(.*_Hunt... arl....' .It TBAS ; Am.rlr.npot..b. : : .. 1I00.1140M.I..'. Mary nidpaf tiea 10 abandon parkingB efficiently: accommodate in-

MAY II .lift-II 0......, TlOO 10.5, -4 Ui Prltlruit. DottooI lu..lloll 3000urt.ld.as-7 Momenta* BNI of Sport* II" TBAIOs.W ... LI.." 10.01 == == O'MJ0rth .'.. William B We+uinT Jr.. created shopper mobility. That
OhuaBttuatily. W1.Wnq' : MS Llat. IC.lo,. of Traffic F41Iieltering additionally offer
AWb.h dmcior ( more quality
ill*) t Set HuntIt In
; ;; N<>.... tkminn'It urA 13
MornlnfSame Newt' Weter. Sport PM>l,. PaM.TI 1.30. --4 llattkiftcld II--'... .., !to... W.......... /port. 1tt11.r-. and Safely for the Ea Florida term of appearance service. and
( M Monday 'oPt) 5 I,at' Dane II N... Oam MOMa Moo t has reported.
It Nawetao : : So,0 AAA Division,
t SO-5 Today Bho* 11111M".f.. certain kinds of merchandise
p.MTtyUMIM'd .
7 loud 7 tb.a-r* "I lie _'I.. VoliOS 00 1'.10.t. 1I0u Older
i 00 > Movl. "Tim I Hnnnlni Out"Mork 4 N.' .. Igobrlaj.0 ( ) 0 Muvlr. the American .
1't.'i.'t.to. 4.00. -4 llaujlefwfilS "KI.d Ladr" a., Winton. t.IL ..... ,.DIn'1 "A recent survey by downtown business
"K.ntuekPL I districts
I HuntlM-Brlnliler' B,. O 4 II Muml' Us..yus .
porl Blurt' and I ha Itoty (5.1$ b. IUo.11100I Association revealed par.
1 II'' 10 10 A Wmr, World Tow,'' 10 elnller" llorbrII IS Ouv.nnnt of tho Pooplo .It.".. :. w......... /Pato Municipal ticularly in the small communities
Afternoon 15 PaatdlnKtoar.d.. l !Uonn. RMJ THA -II Mlvktwauik N*. a that forty-nine cities in twenty hhould face the
|lr. KIMar/ OS-ll' Movl. yNp-.II up to advantages:
41301N PrealLAeaiIt No N. Wrathy Sports than
("Ran* M Monde .._U .|4S-4 New*-l'aii.r Cronkit Ills Mr ThrM *IMtioo ('hamnlnn.hlp WnMtllns ._ Ii -.4 Mato''". ...P..It H.hM Stales, bad removed more of their new competitor "

i- I in r Movie "I..d, Without I.' 1'I.HunU.' Brlnklar tu'-t.; Mwtm SiOO7 Mr. Novak !MONDAY 'I ., Tonight wltk Joiumy Con 1 19.00a melons since I9i9 Roughly .-. -
I .nntt", .011-4 Doth Valley 10 fctuni
Day 0-7 Mr Novak. .." of four meter were
loot Huekh.lx.rfi Hound II Bnilcn. uTool' World MAY II Ohuk"It three/ out
1110 III Movl.. 'Olillitmll 10.11 of Sports It Movl*. Tutor
.j I,' T Mergrant jlllkoo Oo90-a-7 Hun: ILolor SilO-S !,.,'. liana ;;;; oHrlluhtIlidO tke.tr..MHl taken from on-tlrcct powuon in
1 10 4 Movlii. Kill oho rmnlr*" 19 TBA I"'It Jimmy Its. Show 7 Jilith Ibiftd to llanierEvanlnf MaontlranUI. : IB >h NawaKwhlwato buuncti districts, "1J per cent from HELP STOPMALICIOUS
Movie. "Hlvhwav 101" .30-4 CPU R.JH>I't. 10,00- Th. N. ',DO-a., Claaarooo 1445-11 : r.rt
1:48-: -t Photography 6-7 1 k. Vlrilnl.il 5.7 Pe ry (Napa, :4.1(0 1.1S-4, Run... taineater, "I TIM* of .. _II lIo.1e off-ktrect/ municipal lot*, and the .
1-13 onlo and Harriet 1-7 No.l.ry (alt) .tOO-4 N.' ... Sport., Wealhaf, on-strect out
"100-4.I Newa, Sport. WeatherNewa .,100-10-11 Pmtr Duke Show 10.II 0(44. A .nd Weather a::SO-4 HimiwnMIt It.II IUd Ca.'..r (AIt.1 I IlOulO eliu-4. Hawaiian Cr* 1.7 Continental Ola. .,roo. (Color) of the business district ,
EvenlntRCA .II "t h. f.lrmi r>. n.n.htor" -It Top. in JIIpo,..* S Fractured Kllekera' hID.-1 0 ..0.... gakvlar MAY 20 Stuart u one of the small cities WOODS BHMAlllLtIVS
M." o m. (h, 1'0 and I h.. "'00-4 n...rlr UlllblllM.It 11 ffVt Uunn 7 Outlook I:.S-LMwa In Bpaulak
.T Th. H.lnt. 11.011-- N..., W.athnr Sport It Movie. "Th. Q.uVt AmM.tn" 7 Bunahlna Almaaaa MoraineKama which have removed meters from .. .-
10.U Ur-n Ca..rtlO II N.... Si4S' -t Kdiieellon JCiploaifiOO o. .,$$- II "' _.. WwUiar ( a> Monday ._11) the downtown areas. The removalof L..r.ru..m-.- ...

II-4 Onr Dick...V.. .Hl.gln.DrkIt 11,10-11 Moil:N.Wi l., "Woilkrr'.'.' IblwiionIlifo Sporti111gg.6 7 llle->I...Nonlov.nl.ph' 004 I.l Today Pop... Playhoiin S,4S-II ....... E."I". ...* (....*.n.1 mews U increaung, the AAA
-I loniKl.t. ;. wllk' Johnny Carton It lughw 1 15,30.d .. 'lOO-4 Movie. Madam Butlerflr"
Kmyt BbovoTTlev
:nn nth Hour Color! JN:tm.D.! Tt90.AMU44 I t Movie. Diamond. Horaaaboa' Pt I reported.Underlying. : FOOT GrRM:
It Dirk Pow.ll Th..tr. It Movie. flrhUiJ Iho Hlnlni gun I Frontier Clrana II Pomdy Tim. 10.30-11 A WI.. World these trend I I. In.
It Moot' 7 Th. I,lautenantS.30 !,: -- Sot Nut' rorfottom AdaraooaiBam between older HOW TO KILL I IT.
y ?! !
14, N' ...>. WnUiir. Bport 1.08-11 Nlahtwauk4X15 11 H....'....... 7,no-It Focua! ( M ",oad., lest) creasing competition and IN 3 DAYS If not. pleaud with .
living Color" TV II Mown-Bill Dhidol -11 Movl -4 Th. Defender adlO-1 C.ptaln (....... IlllS-I Movie. "I Wonder Who'I downtown business districts T 4-L I liquid, your den back at an,"rTI
.' "" "* I Joey Bf.hip t.7 Today Maotransit's .tor. Watch Inlacted akin ,
Ili2 -4 Movl. MlM Kuiil (11.,1.. r R"I"I"A "y KMI' Her No.:: the outlying shopper center. ilou.h oil
11,30--h i Tonlnht with Johnny Carton It It lawrenre WelleliOO 10 Doln. Calendar Otto--to Mot In "'-. cities Watch health akla. replace It. No aiere
10 Morro. "Th. M.n I 1.0." MAY IS -4-7 Movie. '''I ha Left Hand 0' 11 Kunrl.a 'lb.....* tmttIna", decline in smaller Itch end burninr Use entLaptlc. .Mik.
II S.II.h Th....... ".id1 .011--10. I'neu. 4ao-: Monk. "Th. Annlo Kid" has taken away some steady downtown Ini T.4-U FOOT POWDER toe- 1 Ilo| .
.... M,;oing; 5t30-4, Phil Advent 'il-IO; GD"IoD P.. 7 Muvlo. "d.nlu. of iIh.rlooltH..lm. who drive. for aweaty fool fool odor atay. aetiv.
THURSDAY It Hollywood Palae. Variety ItiO-( -&-7 Today Sbo. ." Customers now In Hi* akin for 1.11111.. NOW It iu
(Bama aa Mondar MM**) ,A..ufc-. Cun.mnto|( rwith
10 Report 1,00-10. Yo' B... Free parking at the shopping cen DRUG CORP.
MAY U .,1_4 KunrlM *".m..l.r, Ifnxr of 10,30-10 lintourlubtr.II IS Mornln. PlayhouMI4S t46-5 Pkotsnphy
Urma and Koma" '&'b. D.pu4 -1 It Adventure Tim.
MoralnfRnm T'uu-11 lIu.".. Thaatr 10,48-10.11, Jlleh. Th.e loan too I Movie. llihlnd. th. Mn.kn CvmlacItOO
( .. ...30-11 ..0.... 11,00-4 17. 10' 11 ... '5 "'1.1.1. Uraka .
aa Mori. col) :. + :: -4 I N. & OI.. WaatkarIt ,.
/.IS-4 giinrlu B..to. "Outllnca qt0-4: Mo>!i., :Cnllmra Hrilhaita,:; HpllHjiir" 11105-l o op. I In Sour it ll.tjo BUI.I Movl. .Gol.lrn MI.t,..." 1 1e I I i-I
of Hlitorr of Art 7 MovIf, Throw from 11,10-6 Champlonahlv Wraalllng I 1.1 Mornlnv Playhoila SilO, -II Comment-Art Green
Hamtto Pt > I IIU5 -I Mnvla. Al.irrl II."." Si30 -4 lIu.'.
.lOO-. -4 Movl. "Girl al /fleaMovl .iSO-t Cooking WHO Ga lllBO-7 Clhrr World S Am,. pod Andy .,.*-, Be* Hunt-Adventure

Hmlll 1 "., >ThOM Koilhmula from Aft..... II.30-* Movla "I Waa Monty. 7 Mxrlr( Moontlle.." Ft IIi II It Nowa NawaI Weather. Spat

-PFRI ORMllSOk I'MOVI-D J t tAftamooH (IR.m. .. Mondar .'iwt) 10 Doiinla". Mornln* flaytvaa .M-4 WeatherS
My.l.ry of Mr. Won. 10:004 tli
12,1SM..I., ( .. "Mather Wore TlnhU"I : nneany :30-4 Nawa'
(Rim* aa Monilay nerpt) 11 BtarllKht 1 h....., t.7 R.y When rink Report e
RCA VICTOR 00 10 M vl 71-. JoI...... VwlUfire lliSI b Huntley H ley
l2ilaMovl.. '('Oil." KalpliOO n... n I..h..." -10 Wraitllnc from Tana 10 Lira of lillay 10 SnarfootIt
.lO Movl, Annabel 'Tak. aTnOr" ..ao l Mivl.. ohn., AII.R." I tOO-10 Danr Club '0.111--6-7 N.... Night Life on the Gold CoaalI
ItOI-ll Nlichtwatch." No' 1 030, -4 I Lot Lney .
,45 4 Nawa' Walter, Cronklt
7 M..vl.l ( /Irl In Whll -
offers a ,21(1--, Mo.I... 'Tho' ,...t ,,,..." '"48KI..* of lha I.anM ,,_I Champlonahlp Wraatllnf 5 Mo,. Griffin Color* .-7-New. Nut .,. BrlnkUy
ONE-YEAR WARRANTYon 1 M..... "1101, Mtt.imonp" (140, -1 Danator 8matkar liU' =10 Movla4i05 7 ,Word fur Word (Color) It.It Newt' II
,48..a i>;mb..., T,...,.. 10 rkkbrrrir Hound ft MovK Mo. t 10 U trie la Klitht ,.00- Death Valley Dtyl
all parts including your color It Plihlni WMtkar. Sport -:SUNDAYMAY- : 11100-4 r 7 i''onipntratlon Mcloya I Huckleberry. Hound
7 Bilk'
lvatf Bet
picture tube! 10 tl bet I1Moo.., 1 I
':00-4-1 N.w.' boom. Waataai 17Morning II 1'ii.nlM Parade7rtO L
EXCLUSIVE SALES & SERVICEFRANK'S i 7 N.... W..th.r II ,30-4 Lav lhat boor -4 <'1t14 Report -
; ;; J .pard, (Colo.) Vir.InColor
10 MovID. 8tl C.". I 7 The / )
TV 1,1010. CommotSt161 .iSS-II N... and We.tker 10.12 I he Mla.lne Link 10.It Advaniura. of O..l* Ml !
lIP. Hunt 7,DO-4 (rarloon-o-vlll. H.,rI."
10 N' ..... W..tJt_. Ba rM I Farm Aln.anao Alteraoo.II .:.00FYI..
and APPLIANCES [BCHRISTIAN 11 "' ... 7 Cartoon :00--,.I N... III.U Patty Duk Show
.130-4 Brut of lha Suit 11 H... 7 V...ir Mr.t Impral.lon (Color) 1'30-4 &.........
Headqurtm for t lluntlcr.Brlnklay tUoort Tilt*-U Comi-dy! Tim. III-12 Falher "00.. Boot 10 Th. Farmer Daughter
10 Th. Jrtaont 7i30-4 Carloon-o-vllle. 1219 Movie. lllf.ll'. -tOO-4 Beverly BUIblUl
"Living Coloi" TV U Mliiht Lira .A tha On\t\ Coaati4a S Affrifniltur Beport 1:JO-4 Baron for Tomorow S. Th. Saint WARREN'SGive
'725 Colorado Dial AT 7-3456 -4 N.w_Walta* CraakH 10 Pan American 6.7 Troth.' or toniequenca (Color) 7 a.plonar
t.I N.wO-MtU.y, Brlnktoy. 11 gunria Th...... III.12 lenneiaea 2rni.! lord .10-II Ben C..,
SCIENCE: 10 Nawa' o-4 Dick Van Dytt
tOO-4 Ooapal ....ol1tooI 11.8-: (luldli.it Light
11 ) ,. 10:OO-4 Danny Kay Ibow5'I
Ron Cooh N. Cartoon. 8B-6-7-1J:' N...
RADIO SERIES T:00: -4 Worl la Bayond ( Bullwlnkl I 10o 4 Lov* of Life Eleventh Hour
[ 1 Mndprnaira Thntra. .'Trott p...," 10 Oo.pel Caravan 111 Muv1.. "Th. rnka"* 10 Dick PowiU Theatre Furs Polarized Protection inWARREN'S
!I I Tha Hon yniooaara 11 Mornlnir Playhon. 12 M.Un. T'h..ln II Lhannlnt
RADIO STATION WSTU II f'aiulnr raridaTi.10 I:01-11 Bl. MackItlS 1101-11, V.hbl. D,... IllOO. ..!-t0 Nawa, W.athopart..
7 International Showtlma S Fe.tlval of FaltkS III-0, Slur .nd tho Story Mon? IS Newa Bill Bhadel.. "
EACH MONDAY 7:15 P.M. It-12 Pmtrrt30 :30-1 Cimarron City W.d.. 5,4 1. 1'opl. 7.uat. Com..... 11.18Mo.. .... Forty Gun. FUR STORAGEVAULT
: -4 Rout Itt 7 Llrmil Boy 11130 1-7 Tonlnht wllb Johnny
.._.. ._,,_ .. II102t Croon, (Color)
7 II PanAmi.rlr.naII Nawa
._ ,&sP. ......-AM'w. r 10.ll'oII:1.r: : tav Victory Baptlat ChaneJ 1.30th.. World Ton 10 Movie. Too Young to K,..*

I 11)T.lllwh' COM P.00-4 This. la U. Lif 7 Girl: Talk 11 Starllxht Tb....*
I I.7 Tw' Tw TwIt 7 'Telamlio I::4S-S He My Cue.t-Dlaen.ilol. I:OS-IS Nlchtwauk Movl
.II Th. Prlr I. Kltht 10 PAlO American t,no-4 Pai.word 4:Oa-IS Movie
10'00Allred Hilolnockt II Lower Llnhthoua 17 I.at. M.k. a Deal (Color)
t- Jack P"., ilS-S Th. H.rred Heart I:21-10.It N..*
Stay 10.II Fliht( of the Work ., ,..
iSO-4 Faith for Today liSO-4 flu Party
0.SO-4 Portrait I Th. thrl.toihar., i-7 Th. Doctor. Salonof S Scientific Temperature and
n. Walt Earp 7 Bori.ona Faith II Day In CourtS ita
t :04S:. -10 .r.>k. That Rpar* 10 Bible 'Talk :BS-I.7 N... Humidity Control
lioo-4 / IV tiawa t Waufcar. (.parttlt2B It tomedy Tim. 10 LI.. Howard and Wom..'. Now
Ia N' "e .i4S-4 Th. Living Word. a,00-4 To fell tha haUl
-. Mo.I., Tlntlnum High a !a.rod H."" t.7 Lontta Young
Through II<-hool"I 10.00-4. Lump Unto MI Foot 10.11 Cenernl' Ho.pltal'' I Automatic
I.ao ft-7 Tonlirhl with Johnny C....... I bFa, Toda. 3,,11- 'New."' : Fumigation
10 iil.N; of Mom 7 hill! Small Volra' .,' )-_ Ed,. ot Night
: 7.b: V''ri.t l
Ii0 ( 0 Prot..tant W'or.htp tour '.7 You Dont Bay (Color)
4OS: -It Mo.l" No. I 10.30-4, Look Up Rod L& I It.It Qiean 'or. Day C Insured
k I NI. PI.tura 400 4 Bart Storm
SATURDAYMAY 7 1t.n.1 LI"h' 6 Match Gnme
pr 6.,1 t J- 10 BUI Talk 7 Mickey Mouse Club Beauty
I* .
May- IS 1'*.. Ottillk' .10 "n'y It.11 Major/ Al.'... Trallma.'er
Montt5.10d 11 tOO-4 Camera I 4"JO -4 Movie. "WI Inn. In the ".rk"
.. Seme.tar, "Outline) of Mc \'te. "Th* Warrior. 6 Make Boom for Daddy
m.tory 1 :; Art'4S ? That I Mny ".. 7 Mole, 'Hlttliir I'rclty '
'. -10 Armed Form 10 ...I.h Wonhlp Hour It.11 Major Adama, Trallmaatr
.:BS-10-It 1'1.' .. 11 Pint Baptlat Chunk 4'SB-I N.... PROFESSIONAL
,. N...."... .
.00C..toon.D..IU.* 11 ISO-4 Wairnn Trail. 10-11 American x
S Hopalont Caalldy 6 Movl. "Th. W.rlu,." OO.fnp.rm... BEAUTY CAREBy I
But If you cnn't, let The Stuart New follow yon on your 7 7'a Llraua 1 Scalea' of Ju.tlc I 19 Woody Woodpecker .

vacation. There will be lot of In Murtln (this 10 ('a,'oon Carnival It II.... for Hhut.In* It Lat Tim .
a new County
It 101... JI iSO-7 i .,..lo.. anathari.. and 5-10-10 A HO N...
summer about tuxcn, ilicllunii. water to the iMuind, new road, ,. _11 Comedy Tim. Holland .'""--11 rl.hlnn. Weathar. Sport t. I
TilS 'Armed Fo... Parti* S,BS C Thl. I. th
10 on tltoryah..ing
and many other thing that will interest you and affect your prop4 ,.._. Aurlaultural Report Afternoon;;

erty. Mull your milwcrlplhm or telephone UK. We'll gladly change T 10 Pun Lo.Club II.nMT.aa6 1,00, .-4 Bold JourneyS .00-4. N.... Weather. Bporti /N MII IIQII"

your mail address an often at you wish. Genie' ........... 7 Combat Frontier Clraul 7 10 H..... Weathar Hlx Bmillta of Coralra" VIRGINIA KINNE Owner
.tOO-4 Coral 0 BanianS
10 Alumni Fund Operators
I 11 Sport K tra
Advantur Theatre It bolt Hlirhtllnht. .ilO-U Comment Free Bonded Plck and Delivery
12:30-4 Amateur Hour ':IS-10 N...., Whether. Bporti
10 Hiiaerfoot I People, of tha Hook. It New.BO NFT1IF; CRISWFLL
11 Morolnic Playhona
7 Comeily Matlno .
Rid o anywhere In the U. or Canada One Year $5.00 :tos::it Mornln: PlaykauoUS 11 Teen Been --4 7 Weather Highway PatrolSt2S
II Uool Bob 11.811--4 1111...... Bravet ... Bt.Loula .
., .
30--4 N.
Six Month $2 50 ...aoB',.. Au...*
| 3 Month! $1.50If Carllnala I lluntley.II rink ley Report

( a resident of Martin County any part of the year, $4-50)) .It tOO Soapbox-Buna 4 Alvln Bunnr Dhow 7 tOO Highway-4 Bhlrley Pal ml Tempi 7 It Newa NlKht. Life Weather on th* Gold On..' Now Featuring-' WARREN'SLAUNDRY.CLEANERS

I DerbyIt 10 Howl It Bl,'ItI ',4S-4 Nawa-Walter. Cronklt. Pedicures
Banjo Billy I. DI..o.." .
t 7- -HurtleBrlnkley

Name,....".,......,...."..................................._.,"................................ .It -Mornlni 10 Until rlayha.ee.ill Bob 1.31)-11.f ilO-7 Smathari Uevelnnd, d..Holland. Detroit Report 7 II.00-)4...Mr.-.Bon hdt Coehran 'Relaxing Facials'WE

.t30-4 SupermenS 10 Noun of II''.... Inc.
Jimmy Btrlikland Show
Street ..............'........".............................?.....?.......???.............,.. 10.7 Ao.Ruff...,.nd. Puma.Keddy (Color) II Lane. and A...... 7 'Word ,
11 Kollor took BOO-11 Direction. 12 1'.1. I'nrn.lc ARE NOW OPEN 530 COLORADO AVENUE SFU\RT AT 7-1755
10.00Qul.k Draw 31.0... S:JO-II DI.ro. 14It 7.30. -4 To Tell the Truth
ZIp Laurl and Kv: (1.7 M ivle, "I'hiuui Call From sStro SATURDAY I
State.....,......?........Code.........,...... S 10 7 DI..o.I.Mentor HeaUot. I" .(..Color.. ) 100-6-7 P.,....".. on Gro.I.... 9m' ," !MONDAY thru 20 COMMFRCLVL: ST. JF.NSEN BEACH AT 7-1181
S-7 Parapectlva on Ureatne.i 10. llxtee 1.lmll.
101)-10..8-10: Muthty Un.l. Nab MoyeF7 ID 11 Movie. -June Brldo" eltO-d; I'v* Cot Secret 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536 I
1.30NBO Newa Encor
TIlE STUART NEWS lo-ll XL Maila I Color Land 11 .' tl.. 5,00ey 10.11 Wairan Khnw Iraln (Color) .
LIHt.ot r

P.O. Box 1047 Atlantic 7-1550 1,00 S 10.11.7-Dennla 4 lartoonlaa Kin TIP th* 'T/Menana.. Copy Ckrtoni 4 f:00 People Comb.t-4 of. th.HoboS Book .-ion JO.7--Hollywood 4 4 Andy Danny IrifflthI Ihomae and, th. Stan UMg.!.\t'n"'n"' !' .!:" .!.").,,A,,1.!Su A".!."A''f1f.I/11111111111111111111/. .\ /\ \ i.. ./\.1/11/11,11. i.. i.\'i.\'i.l\ \ \ \ \ .

1"1 U Gulf TournamentIt 10 HreiiklnK Point
11)- Boy Kticer ....... i1\TI\T.\.j..i'Pfi
All Blara
., .. It MrHnlcK Navy
... I 7 FuryID
...,4iJ1III A..... PI.... ..30-4 Twentieth CenturyI 1000-4. Naked lily 1.7
It Beanl and ,'erll Sunday MKch Miller

Almost Everyone Listens To 11.40, --1o Banjo BillyAlUrnoe 40 7 Combat M.n-e AII.II.n 10.It 30--11 4 Breaklnir Broadway. Point Ooe Latin I

..11I-S Maw* HttlO-4.I..1 0.11 New, Weather FIRST I
WSTU .HW-4 Bold Ventur 0ort
RADIO STATION 1..008". Kin* I.7 Wild Klneif"m 11:26-4 I : IIho.., "Ch.mp Poy a n.." I
& > Hullwlnkl (Color) 10-" Trallmaaur .. IU, 400,1, "UII fur the Lmp..e ,.-
7 Youth and tha I.... SilS-10 All Pro Bltorehnard ( hln." d
MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. II:OS- 10 tnlleire Profit 5"30-5 (I.R:. roller Howl 19 BUrlltfht Theatre
II Bo". Bunny I (II ('oil... Bowl It:10-I Movla .;
IC w '+0. '.dF.M11A0v'aw"rWes ,v5ep, l..4 4b! IIIJlllQL!$ 1I'DMI.ml: Matlne 7 Bill* Anirel.II 1:08-10 IIp.lIl.b N..
10 DLeoverle In $. ...* Io.. and AnwwMII II /lrht"'I.h/ 110.1.
MOMltV thruj4.rLv .tTURIAY 11 American BandatandISi3S Top II... Bowline.3S 4iOS-II Movl. I MORTGAGE iI
tin NF\: .
RfvD1r .
-10 "nVkMle" -7 Camera 7 -

;: '',". 1\oF.W u'\ "",,:"AID \\Rn'IIF.R .111-11$PKiTV41)Me : NaUtY IltoS4 N. Y, Yaukeea k..... flly, Athletic ... Si4S II -Flob"It"'..Flahlni. Waatker. W., .Sports..... lpo... TU"FD"AY"MAY

Meoa every kalf: hour .._| Dateline IS
linir Mlal.lrr at Inn. (444 Ma10
"..'b. .. f.III. :, Stall" 1ms Evol.
,.3. Hirth., :!.,. Nhow sud ....P.... 'I'ld. .too-S IV_' th. P.... (Color) MornlnaSift4 ..
llepona at Hill, "..4h... It Miami Prose Conferenr Bunrla IIPm. .. "DDtJl_ of I 4t
,....... ,.... ., R.4111. ..d 1111)1 .11.1 NOw. II Champlon.hlp Brlilv the Hlalory' of Art IL CORP t:
SilO-It Molly TurnerS
.tos-It W. Want to Saow I:
t" t ] 111.-0" tBINDAT MOVE ...*-, Beahnnl 10-It llom.m.ker.' PuUO .
It All.Pro H.orehoard : --4 M..I. Vlckl"
MOV DAY tkroKIDAY I tTI BOAT I,30-I Hawaiian r:>. 1 Movie Moontlile Pt I
i *' AftemoMBnm
I.HN wield ef H..UOO 11,01 ...Hat ('....... 7 I Florida Fracturod'Forum Kllrkera ( .. Monday ...... )
111, Her*'. R.b... >''"'t llHlletla, B..,. 4..pt MrtA.AN I

J.;M..MII/R Bu." "h"l1 Ithlll:: j's .-,.,- ., ?-. .d....,.,a'_ orb M.R. TO(* 1V IlRMfl II Nlihtltf HootenanyIt on th. Gold Coast i lltIS:4 I Mivle imo of Lucky Life StiffliOO OF STUART

... ':4S-II PwaluaParada III Movie, Bed Snow
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i...i" ....111.0.. iis.?! ;\..,< .' MMt, 11./141. "... ) 41 fiOO. -4 Laeal (Color! 430-4 M..\I.. Rnl Bnow"
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I 7 SIN Dan ,
7 Male. Plea.e Believe Me"
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114)1 W.rl.f Mrrl 11015:j Jia .f Mnltl 19aM1: I.awre.ee WHY .0.bRA110M 101..., Bporta. WeatherIMPORTANT 100-10 Th. Fuey Cmpaoi I I
3151xh 32r 001all,,.... New. .4101 MptAaP "....."... .,::101trol... Rid.Evnlny.
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114151: Bt.rla.:: .f Made JaIll3 M.al. C:.. ACT 1.11II N.wx Mllrb NOTICEThe ..100-4-I N.... weatba. Sport

I w:::: N.Iln.a I C.krw.. N.ws 144 144.w Attn.(Nora, .. ".... =:= =:14.7 ay AensN M..ssdI Government ha forced the I It 1'1.'Movie... VVMther Kl>. Tha YOII...' BrothilO COMPOUNDED d

4 m:: Lr.r5..5 k.o 1.13 'Moral.. ..CM.q aNn i4N1 :.5t/+., $....... manufacturers to odd UHF to ..n"-It CommentIMS 5 QUARTERLY I

Meldlr. Ah.n-. law nt3U; A.w.t It INIr w all new TVs after May itt at an -7 Seahunt 0
456 ,:: N ." ernN4. II New.' Weather. Sportt
.trek item.
II.M dot N.w. Increased cost to you the buying It )I... ;::
YY 1,1)1 I0r: : Ntw.Aften.N "D" lxm 7,011 ::wu- .5sw dmM1 Hmidiir Krr*.... public. Don't he misled Into paying ..IS-4 Weather
'I'.... ill .... 1.311 r. CHANNEJlJlSTEJ/ ..10-4 N... 1:
111III 5MMKM > YI1M1:; Nw4 4.041 ::.; "". $20 to $30 more than necet- I Nuntt..Brlekly .....DrtI.
.. ..'IM Ho.41 Skew 4tH r aM1 : d N..Imw. Mn.r"'kII "
.. .t. : TV
BtMk 1' N. 5x)1 ILY < laCy for a new Nliht Lira of tha Gold Coaati4S

1166 :W55t':.:::. IJOi phew. 4 Inwl mil B..dMew.. ".bow)1 Anr K:II i:MN%|.::.m.sal YOU PC) NOT ISfED: UHF ..II -1'1.'4..", ...-Walter Crinkly 2


i .allot:WI Sot: :t:. 4Y wove w IG)1.i. Una1 HpitrfaIS : ....... .1 1I ,10 M ,5.w5,odor ..N..d* "GoldenCross STATIONS IN THIS AREA ,
I lilt.1 ) Hook.ISatl.eial LI-New.5.4 M1tl)1 MOO Head ...*./ f':. H r.mid M. .r TratkM Fire"Installing We have stocked up on regular RFOPEMNCMIRFLAINE 2g FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY

1 si.keriM MIa ruTd IkewIMI Trat M.o, Mo4 liar VHF TVs at the BEST PRICEIN

.qA)1.:145 *c.M*ei* Rad l.ewt..._ 1oiiii: ,U.al'a tau.01au 4,b.la.... OB Ta.T"MI XtMN '*9>.|f HITt>'w:.". H_. a powerful Golden SOUTHERN: FLORID! KENNELSJohn East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart I;

Wield 7'daP ,i11 N6x4 8oiiii M..le ": Crou Fire is actually like moving Sec us lot our annual Spring R. Maley Mgr.
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'liB '.. .. $r105M nd IRUI. ... y'ill l.iJtt your TV act lI'Iilce> nearer the Clearance on new ( Boarding' Day Week c
r.-:,,) Parer and used ($25 and ) TVs. yT
1114 IIM NtwS atation. You 11 lee sharper clearer up) up Month
5101 C.ul5t. .Y1.. IIIII x5tl..RA4s1.. IYIII: sta. W w. channels.WilcoxHardyTV. Remember when present stocks Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian River Drive ;::
.:.,. NMn Newe aad nrmk.roff pictures on all in Ft. Pierce
11W Nat I... 1N1. Waatke; &"48 515. are exhausted TV prices will Obedience
.,... t.. Also. |ll" i4I(. Oft I Trabihg ;:4 HOward 1.3160 .1
.. -* pk. sour CallRANDALI'S Grooming
::: far .

Mau.;....41166a)1. t.. etso Zenith GE Dk RADIO & TV I 5401 S. Ftdfl'llllll&hwa1 5 1945 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vcro Beach

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t. r County Has Recieved $$212,000 from I

I a w e NY+,.na.V NwYh Race Track Taxes, More Is to Come

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) 'vgTMIr Slate C omitroller| Rag E, Green '1962-61. which was a record Year
t ., .s" .' announced thul checks totalling Two more duttrihutiona are to he
I $U.OtX) were being mailed on Mayo made. Green 5.1IJ. One will he lime
to each of the .i\ty-lICven conn-
track 5. and the final one will he: June
ties as their shim ol' the race
tars fund' !, 10. .
-- --
comptroller said the conn less than two-third of the nations
lies hu\i reeeivcd 11 total of $212HH I .. poicntuil voter cast hulloti
< > thus far this Near, which in an election
.,. in the_last. president._
of 51 ).IIIH) over
-; increase! pavmentsfor -- --- -
,,'r \.wi. the same period' during I h e I
sFu, ; ,
f previous fiscal veur
The lo dude also top
i.t' payments
I I the teal pavmenls I of $IOASIM) 1 reeeived :

nnr I ., < hv t Ihe_ _counties_during. i

I ._... ....
? s ys' MIIN 10 ('U"'T'Iil'Ii: \ : I

'Fr + 1r t k A Dr R M Kuhn local veknnirnn .

t,,, will attend the seventh annu ,'
', to ? a ,il I 11.rhl.1 ('onfe rcncc for \'cterin .
I r .. .. ,in.ins which Mill he hell at Ihe I AYY.
Db.J : I'tmersity' of r1'ldMedical! : I
i sI ,'\ ff (enter in Ciamesville on May 1.I 16/\ I
d't 1 ,a ; Oi'o .I iml I 17,__ _______ 1 1I
It : I that Gift hlwajri Welcome?
ON: OUR M\RK! GIT SIT: GO! was heard throughout the 100.yard dushei. The activities at the elementary school field. day \ William J. Blake,

morning js bo\s and girls competed in the fifty seventy.five. and were under the direction of Clifford Rollins, '
.t.."" I I) I DDS, announces, ? .!'RfjKrvr

ys i r 't) "J a<<.itr ; the (opening of hu office ...

Grade School Field Day and Track Meet ,, : .:I:.ss's'i .I, for ORIHOIJONTICS I the practice at of II / ; .Q-.,

Was an Exciting Event for 300 StudentsTrack I OK I telephone I PI FRO 464070:. FIORIDA( I QX.. .7-2300 I

M.. .
Meet | day, converged( on the field at an Clifford Rollins, county clement. er, second; Eddie Mj\cy, Parker a4 w ') w .,.. -- ------ .J -----
I curly hour from Parker Jensen I ary !school physical education supervisor third s '. tit .
Beach, Hobe Sound Warficld who was in charge; Ernest: 50 yard d"h--Duvi.. Maxey .
Winners ListBy Pilm City, and Port Salerno for I Varvil Roger 'hancey, Walter I Parker (irtl' Bill Williams, Jensen 'JM" I
the annual competition in jumping Peterson, Superintendent Ihomas Beach second; Paul Hiewckcr.
running, and tether hall Crook Jack Sinouse. Dave Mart. Warfield third I
RVY MUILRF It was the first year tether hall I I Vel ton Walter, und Max Thomas" 73! yard dush-!Scott Oujhterson
was on the athletic agenda. All Early in the day they were seen "I Ui
Run, Jimmie Run! Go get 'em! Parker first; lames Thomas Park. --
sixth grades, plus one hoy and one running up and down the fieldon er, second; Paul HuscckerVar. ,
Yeahhhh'! We Won! We Won( girl from each, third, fourth and occasion As the day wore on field.. third
Such are the sounds that track fifth grade, also took part in the (there was a noticeable decreasein '
Shuttle relay-f i iI's t Warfield I
meets are made of and such were tether ball tourney speed. 1 1N
team; Wade Anderson Rodney'
the sounds at t the annual grade And as at all grade school events Winners of the various events' I
'I He-saw, Paul Bicseckcr i Mack Rog
school( field day and track meet there were some tears, but most of are listed below: ers, second, Parker: James Thomas I J
held last week at the Stuart Junior II the youngsters took defeat in stride Tether hall tourney T hi i i r d Tom Ciladdcn, Henry Dost, I N
School athletic field, when it happened and hid their
High I I grade: Rubble ? ('Parker); Keith Norris; I third.. Salerno: Benny I
Ahoul 100) elementary school disappointments S ue Spradley, o'n( Beach I ); Sivu. liillv Dixon. Donnie Perry .
students all Jjlking at once and! There uas also a large crowdon : fourth [grade: Frncst Mmhershed, Hubert Johnson 7
probably about the events of the I I h a n d-about :200! -10 cheer (Palm City); Pat Martina. (Park. Track winners the division ... ,
-- 1 the contestants There were even er); fifth [grade: Gray Rein, (P"rk.1erl listed below in girls' ,1' .. 0.(l) t' .dENJOYING
are :
a few nxthers and fathers in the '.it l" -
I ); Sandy Thomas, (Warfield); ... .
GA STORAGE croud Broad jump-Kalhy Pitchford,
sixth trade: Tony Rhoday, (Park. '
Some of the busiest the Jensen Beach,,first Kathy Somcn, i "J"
people ;
Warfield ,
WAREHOUSE er); Ann Ushlcy ( ) ...: .. 1" .
field I day were the teachers, prmcipils Warfield second; Belinda Morns I .. #:
Track winners in the division .
hoys ,
officials, and others who Salerno third. ;. ; .\' "
Storage by thee kept hooks on the events, and ir. I are listed below: High jump-Ann Lashlcy, War In Florida.
tier Included in the group were,: High I jump-D,in Jones. Palm I field, first: Christine Buck, Park. : llhRSrLI: all ,hv herself was student Karen Siillon .. %?
Week 1--_____ City first; Scott Oughterson, Park cr second; Angie Cunningham, She climbed the fifteen-foot pole used for swings (lust for Inn

Day BARBARA ANN LINDSEY er field, second, third Wade Anderson War. Palm City, third Though tiring she gM a good. though hriel view of the uellville- after a swim beer is a naturalOn

Month Year SHRtTARItL StRICETyplni I Broad jump; -Dm Jones, Palm 50 yard dash-I Inda Dorsey, going on at the elemental1) school field d ivCrNF ,

USED FURNITURE: & MlnMofrtphlnt.. Cm> first: Bill Williams. Jensen Hohc Sound first; Susan I.amorec.
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APPLIANCES Compltl Phot, Copl 9...'.....N.i.rY S..lc. Beach, second; Ralph Be good, Palm Warfield Hohe Sound, second; Starr Wall, --- a hot summer day t dip I la a cool stream ctnb wonderfully
Fri Pickup D.llv.rr City, thrd third : THF CRrDIF MAN SAYS refreshing Ixjiully: refreshing svlieoyou'ra relaxing afterward
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field, tirst Herbert Johnson Salerno Warfield, First, Martha Swain, Credit Bureau, IN affllU
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third. Hi he Sound third. i! Camping,inking,or lust lounging on bring
er Credit Bureaus each the touch of extra good living.
I IOUO( ) yard run-David Piley 500) yard run-Dorn Douglas, Just
Parker first; Tony_Rhoduy, Park Hone Sound first; Sully Harris, Your( familiar glow of beet b alto a pleamirabfe reminder that
Parker second: Minim Varvil, MERCHANTSCREDIT IMu' we live In a land of personal freedom d that our right M enjoy
I Parker, third. beer and ale, If we to attire,k jmc one,but an i important one,of
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DANCE WITH Susan l-amoree, Linda Dorscy! BUREAU ; .
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humbly, May 14, 1964 It's Going to Be

Published every Thursday at 111 East Ocmn Boulevard ,
Stuart, Martin County Florida Hot Summer of ,,M t v II .

Entered u econd-clasi: mail matter at pout office at Stuart, Florida uFt
MEMBER OF: News Crusading ,

is to crusade against thu
Stuurt News going
have not
summer. He reminds us that we

CORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor gotten very far so far running the Reds out of

LARON H. CAIN Advertising Manager Cuba, saving the country from inflation, meet- 1'' f yul, i"d ,, s .t ,
solving' the 71f' ;.s tY '
automation or t
Ing the menace of / + 4 t N / '
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida $4.50 per year; two years juvenile delinquency problem i ., it?r -r ,, i', s

$8.30. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates) s ,, ,

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, 'fHE ZIP CODE is getting worse instead i,

Six months $275, three months $1.75. of belter," he complained. "Your campaign to

Foreign and Canadian rates on application end the war in Viet Nam sure backfired As ,

a faithful reader I think you should reappraise + 9Y 11r.
your editorial policies and lake on some local ,

We Should Get to Work{ in Congress issues you con win. Or don't you dare write the
about the local things that are hurting


National Seashore Park Solution THAT. CHALLENGING letter caused a i

hurriedly culled editorial conference in which .' ": ;'!!lV-f ',"

To Effective Battle on ErosionThere our entire staff participated We consider of Martin that .01 .....'.
we have a pretty good cross-section
County in our employes. When each was asked
are many causes for erosion of Atlantic We sincerely believe that the problem will the direct question: 'What hurt you most in ,
ocean beaches, but one of the most difficult not be solved until it is put into the province Martin County in the plot year?" an amazing t .. b8.g. .
to combat is the insidious rise of the sea. of benefit to the United States set of answers was produced '

The Coastal Engineering Laboratory of the And the only way to do that i Is to seek d y't

University of Florida reports that the sea level acquisition of the wild, eroded stretch to the FAITHFUL READER was right. We have

along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts \rose seven south of the inlet as a National Wilderness been going after the big things while Iho little + ;

tenths of a foot in the fifty years before 1940 Seashore Park things have been hurting our people We now ,

and is still rising, although at a slower rate.Occanographcrs Tho Engineer Corps has suggested that have enough real issues on file to curry on ,,;;:"' :': .' .

theorize that the ice caps at Martin County put up the astronomical sum hot campaigns until fall As for winning them,

the poles are slowly melting in a warm-up of $3,275,000) ($2,475,000 as our share of everybody is sure going to have to help Itwon't '
have been Ice v ;,..
There recurrent Ages
phase the inlet project and $8X( ),000 in advance be easy. :'- ;; .
when they have gone into reverse of this process maintenance) in a plan which includes major a "'; ..

and the seas have fallen erosion measures. The suggestion is self- defeating BUGS IT SEEMS, did more actual hurt

About one-third of the erosion problem first because we don't have that kind ing than any other local thing lost year. Mosquitoes

they say, is caused by inlet improvements and of money and, second because! the voters are sundflics and fleas led the list although r

other man-made changes in the shorelines. not going to bond themselves to borrow such one of our helpers had the distinction of being ,
Here in Marlin County we are at the centerof ,
a sum to combat erosion on private land slung by a scorpion
one of the many buttle lines drawn up to .
But if a !large tract of the oceanfront land
fight the &ell.Jupiter ONE OF OUR top printers said he was
dedicated to the and of the
Island, south of St. Lucie Inlet, was use enjoyment hurt most by the weather "It blows every week i
of the United States natural
people as a seashore
presents one of the most difficult erosion prob. for the of end," he complained anlll I can't get outside
park preserving enjoyment
lems in the nation. reminded that he could
In bout" He was
future stretch of the wild and my
Vast chunks of land have been gnawed beautiful generations Florida coastline a there would be have been doing something else; on stormy OLD EQMS: TOO, just tale away Framed by a lush young loan its linul resting place in a quiet bay on the Indian Rivet

out by the hungry sea in a four-mile stretch valid reason for federal investment to cut downon week ends but replied sarcastically: "Yeah my cocoanut palm, with sea grapes at the right this derelict craft has side of Hutchinson Island
and below that, where millions have been invested wife sees to that. Paint the house, mow the .
erosion. -- --- -- -
in the oceanfront homes and beach lawn, take the kids to the ball game Phooey:' I
houses of the Town of Jupiter ]Island a constant The entire Florida, contingent in Congress, return a 11111'i e -. s given: if there are destroying Stuarts main attraction able as possible under the circumstances >.

battle of sea wall repairs and sand restoration the National Izaak Walton League and others "WERE YOU or any member.of your family had been. 1 would have enjoyed During the tourist season of illness Patients arC I

has been financed by the Inlanders. It interested in recreation and conservation shouldbe injured by nuclear fallout last year?" wo sending a word of many "thank they even trespassed on the treated as people not numbers :

is a losing battle. "sold on the idea, of a St. Lucie Seashore asked a mother of four who helps keep our you' '' to each of the ladies. Thank Rand Estate to net a school of and the ready smiles and pleasant

The problem is too big for so small a com Park. front office running. 3 a Cr you very much trout words did much for my morale

munity to solve even though it is a community Then and only then, will we be able to Sincerely The only way to stop these ma A, J. Mace
of wealth. make real progress against seashore erosion, "ARE YOU KIDDING?" she replied. W E Ambler, rauders is by law thut prohibits I
Parks Superintendent netting or seining m all waters of
"This was mumps, measles and chickenpoxyear DONT BK II\SrY
Martin law
Then the
those County
The News ought to editorialize against of The the opinions writers: expressed If) rel lettersare IIIVNKS:\ ABBOT FOR should be strlclly enforced Wake ON RICH IS BILL 1
childhood diseases and for the PTA. Do you IIOSPIIAL I1A1LUK: ;
printed above a nom de plume up, Izuuk Walton league. Editor Stuart News:
More Martins f for Martin County Might Aid in realize that they practically had to draft the but never without The News knowing Editor Stuart News: Very truly yours, It was twenty-one years ago that 1
new officers for the PTA? And sometimes the the name of the writer Let. I am writing to thank Bunny -Fair Play the Minute Men of America, Inc. I
PTA meets and doesn't even know what to do. ten sent In anonymously are filed Abbott personally for the fine article warned of the possible entanglements -
\ Cutting Down on the Local Skeeter Population Who's supporting the Girl Scouts and the Cub In the waste basket.-The Editor Ihut he wrote for Martin. Memorial (Hints: us ON if the United States joinedthe

Scouts she challenged. NOIICF: 10 PVRI-NIS Hotipilul and Auxiliary 1 he POVKRIY ISSUE United Nations and abandoned

I \SLBALL: JANS coverage was just wonderful.All Editor Stuart News: the Monroe Doctrine.
Clyde McGee of Hobo Sound reminds us properly, because purple martins are particular ANOTHER LADY who works'for us got AM the members of the Auxiliary I can understand !someone's com History may he repeating itselt

that folks may be getting "too modern" for where they live 1 hey can afford to be choosy in some good cracks on the butcher situation Editor Stuart News: wish to thank him and The Stu plaint on how to handle poverty, and the U.S.A. may be becoming

their own good "Remember when the country because they can always put up in some hollow in the supermarkets. "Do you realize," she Due to a complete lack of interest art News It certainly put us on the but I can't t understand your ignorance entangled m another snare if a

people all had gourd nests for purple martins tree or other The trappings may be simple asked "what it means to a woman not to have t on the part of the j urenls map for National Hospital Week. in laughing at it. too radical too hasty civil rights
there, but it is practical and comfortable housing murex"a Peanut" I-eague Baseball is ubout Sincerely, H. Bichcki bill is rushed through CongressMay .
hanging in their yards, he said 1 hose birds her own personal butcher any to disappear! trots Stoncburner Dear Sir: the Senate of the United

helped hold down the mosquito popululion"McGee "Each unit in an apartment should measure Martin County is growing and We only laugh at it ahead of States be encouraged to look into
gave us a copy of a recent article THIS DID not seem to be a very serious the number of boys eligible for SV\S SIINI: I'lllH national election campaigns all aspects of this pending legislation
by Harold Heifer, who asserts that it would approximately six to seven inches square to six situation to us, at first. "You get your meat baseball! is increasing. Yet the number MAR: GOLF COURSE Editor .
inches high The opening may be square around and sanitary; we told her, Francis A Adams
pay Floridians to start cultivating home colonies all pre-packaged of willing workers is decreasing Editor Stuart News: ,
and should be two and half inches !in
of the swallow-like birds. a "and if you want to see a butcher you can push In order that every boy should last week I observed two com PRUSI.S: PtRSONVL Director General
"Because martins not beautiful diameter By all means, keep the apartmentout a button and one will pop out How does it have an opportunity to play base- mercial fishermen pulling in a IKtAIMtNT: : AT Minute Men of[ America,
purple are only
in the open and as far away from trees, hurt you?" bull we created an entirely new large sine m the St Lucie River LOCAL IIOSPII'ALLJitor Inc., Stuart
but useful. When it
comes gobbling up telephone wires or other obstructions as possi i. league for them this year The season /just opposite the urea of the Mar Stuart News:
insects, this robin-sixa bird has few equals. Ina \\OR\\) Ol PR \ISI-:
ble. The martins has already started but we
begin coming every year about "IT HURTS our pride," she said simply tin County Golf Course This i I think the people of Martin
single day one of them can put away 2,000 this time and still have three teams without managers FROM ]NEW: PASTOR
stay summer's end. If you "The things used to be, every woman hud seine, heavily weighted, was fully County have good reason to be
mosquitoes without any fuss bother or strain, don't Thut is an impossible. situation 400 feet circumference It hud Editor Stuart News
get overwhelming results the first year, butcher who her better selections in proud of and gratified by the service :
It docs virtually all of this on the wing. In fact, don't be discouraged. Martins like to return a personal butcher.gave He knew just trapped everything that swum or rendered by the personnel of As a newcomer to Martin County
the aboriginal Indians were so taken with the than any This coming Saturday, May I 16, the bottom of river I
each year to the same home, and it take a crawled on the Martin Memorial Hospital To be want to express my personalappreciation
may hear freezer
gracefully swooping darting flyer that they what she wanted Did you ever a will be the last baseball for ap Nothing escaped Snook, crabs ill is bad enough, to be treated i for your excellent
two to establish
season or Once
a colony.
culled it 'the bird that never rests.' you case advise you that 'our pot roust is especially proximately fifty little boys who jack and mullet were the victims with personal indifference has a newspaper I am also very gratefulfor ::
"A that has Its share of purple have, you can expect to.see the same birds return good today?' will have to wait and hope for next of these muurauders Furthermore, destructive! effect on the morale of the pictures and news stories
again. The martins will provide their own year-unless three interested people their spawning grounds were destroyed any patient But such an attitude is which you published about 111 y
martins is not likely to be bothered by mosquitoes nesting and you should remove this each fall DILIGENT inquiry turned up some other step forward and offer their by the heavy weights not found in this hospital In my coming to the pastorate of First

or any other pests. The purple martins after the birds are gone and store the apartments important areas of local disaffection One of services. This is not an ultimatumthis Stuart attracts many hook and own personal experience, and I am Baptist Church.
around Naples are given prime credit for all in order to discourage occupation by practically exploded with is a fact line fishermen from all parts of sure this is true of all patients, every Sincerely yours
our ace reporters
but eliminating the horsefly there. other tenant! We are very sorry it has to be the country I have heard many employe, supervisor, registered Forrest H Watkins
when his turn came.
"Many of the bird apartments you'll see on More martins for Martin County might be rage. this way, but we must have helpor say they dont intend to return and other nurses, aides and
it can't go on You do not haveto here because the fishing is so pour.There orderlies, all were kindly efficientand Sign in a factory: "Look alive
the tops of buildings or on 15-20 foot poles an important aid to checking mosquitoes, You huts!" he suid, He -
1 Alpine savagely baseball .
be or even
a expert and dollarconscious I I be button
luxurious meat hungry eagerh willing to make my -you can replaced by a
affairs. Or build raise
are quite you can can even own fashioned
your dipper
reached dow'n into his bottom desk drawer ever have pl..yed-ju..t willing to commercial fishermen stay here as pleasant and comfort. .'-Bulletin, Manchester, N H
your own. If you decide to do it yourself make gourds if you want to go back to pioneer ways. and pulled out one of those funny little narrow. work with today children and

sure it's built to the right dimensions placed Most seed firms can supply the seed.We're brimmed headpieces that are making American help make them tomorrow's better ------- -

mules look like Swiss mountain, climbers. We citizens..
all smiled politely when he put it on his head If interested in being an assetto !

und tucked his press curd in the bund. John your Mmshcw community. AT, 7-1272 please, and call ', ,

Buying Florida Back f from the Indians; let him know you will help, or he
"SURE he glared, "but I
I grin you apes can be found at the ball park every
have news for you, Buddies This is the only night between 6 and 9 p.m. a
Best Solution Is Give Them the 'Glades LandsWe're
sort of men's hut there is any more. While Junior Baseball Supporter
the editorials have been about petty stuff like t r Its

i LBJ pulling beagles ears, your own reporters AMBIIH IN IIIVNKS ,
going to buy Florida back from the money What they want Is privacy, peace and have been getting their ears sunburned" FoR LA>Its': PRVISb

Indians hunting grounds in the Everglades. Editor Smart! News

The land values of I 1850! will prevail how- It strikes us that, if there Is a repayment ANOTHER reporter, our politics nun, suggested I recently received a much appreciated
ever-not those of 1964. it would be done best by deeding to the tribe a drive to make everyone who ivsucsstutenicnts letter of praise" from

I The Indian Claims Commission at Washington vast stretches of the Sea of Grass. in local elections wear a visible members of the Faye Taylor Mis- i ,

I).C., has decided that some ISUOI identification. sionury Circle of the Tint Baptist
Church crediting my work to
Florida Semmoles and Seminoles
I 3,500 Oklahoma -
beautify our' cil and remarking '
who descended! from those! transported Insidious Penetration "HALF THE TIME In this last election that "people so >much appreciate

West in the Seminole: War are entitled to be he complained, "the candidates supporters were and comment on the beautiful parks f ,
Behind the Iron Curtain
paid for 32,000,000 acres of Florida. issuing statements before the candidates opened and flowers in Stuart:'

The valuation is to range from twenty-five Not all the morule-wrecking Inner subversion their yaps This got to be very confusing. It was signed by Mrs Wilson

cents to forty-five cents an acre, a total as is carried on by the Reds against the Free 1 think the solution is political neckties, string- Met lure, Mrs Dave Gie+txfght, ir r
high as $14,000,000, Practically all the state style for the genuine candidates, and bow Mrs. harlcs Butts. Mrs. Al Bryant,
World. Tho West, too, to burrow
is included, on a line from SL Augustine to manages draped under the collar with pendant hanging Mra. Nellie Anne Marlin Mrs
Pensacola. within occasionally down four inches for those not running but Evalena ('. Baker. Mrs Charles ,
Radio Free that it Stewart and Mrs John Teals +
Europe announces "
The Florida Seminoles have little use for authorized to make statements.
broadcast some Beadle records a few weeks I really dont 1 know why I deserve s
ago over the Polish frontier. The first broadcast such beautiful words .signed, < ', rr
ARE the wealth
THOSE only samplings
by so lovely ladies. Their
aroused! such unfavorable comment from many
Election wake comment What happened r
: turned
editorial suggestions up at our con. comments ure to sav the least tit
to "One United Sunshine State?" the Reds about Western decadence that Radio ference. Look lor some hot summer crusades. very heart warming However, it

Free Europe was inspired to broadcast the We're starting the series with a blast next, week must be remembered I am an em .,. ,.
Just think what that nudist wedding at Del Beadles for a full hour. against our personal pet peeve, the Portuguese ployo of the Cm of Stuart which
ray Beach saved the parents of the bride. After that Beadle wigs showed up all over mun-o-wur invasion at the beach pays me well for the job I striveto s i 1

,-- ....... the streets of Warsaw and the Polish government a do. The yen least I can
gave in, allowing the singers to schedule READERS may help. Do pigeons annoy do is my best to show my appreciation
a tour of the satellite slate. in return, with the sincere
The Stuart Newt will furnish photo prints you stamping on the roof? Who wants to bell
"Yeuhl! Yeah! Yeahl Yeah! hope will at the least do my
of sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture cats? Are any dogs using your lawn without part as a cil\\ employe to bring rtr
taken by the NEWS staff for a charge of $2.00 permiviion" Have you been cheated lately by about some happ\ thought for the .' as.
for the first print and 1.00 for any additional the stamp machine at the post office Hold people I serve within the city of
!RUN BlJts: lOC UEPfaSECRET : buck. The News will fearlessly Stuart.
prints ordered from the same negative at the absolutely! nothing
SIOILN FROM attack. My main purpose) and pride in
tame time; larger sues by special quotation. \
Stuart News employees wiU not take photograph RUSSIA BY CHINESE forwarding this letter to you is with SOUTH FLORID watermelon season started off with a $200 bid for this fifty-one pounder being

except for the news and advertising Russia is accusing Red China of stealing Accjrdmg to the Wall Street Journal the insert thought a few in mind words you of thanks will kindly addressed auctioned by Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner at Immokalee the other day, assisted
of The Stuart Ncwa.u if the j Miss Carol King of Bartow. The state's melons are now marketed under the SunFLAvor
column: its atomic secrets which it stole first from the "Crime would not pay government ran to the eight ladies who by
it." brand. Martin County has 1,000 acre coming into production.
I U.S.A. signed the letter There was no __.t


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Mrs Saunders has return. -- TIIF SIT' \RT (Florida) NFNS TtDr! .(i.y, Slay 14, 1'" J .CU
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Mrs. Rosy Enfold, Correspondent mortal Hospital. [;"' > .: I t 1 I---
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I Dr Rolfe is in Martin! Memorial .. "" L11
P' .10.-',........wastis.a.raalsrasr. canerrwsansrHugh Hospital for an operation '. ." ., .,' .,oil" \" MtI

Mr. Ada Urry his returned to Shaw from Miami stoppedh I It. .
AI Pischel is Fort Pierce
her home, OntarioCanada. for the in a
\ for a visit with Mr. and Mrs
summer She will return here for hospital for an operation
the winter Mason! Dave Donaldson and! left for a
I Pinochle :', '
The Thursday '
visit with friends in Loraine Ohio, r o
Mrs. Hillmun Iron West Palm : and PcnnsKuma Club played at Clement Hall with "

Beach visited her parent here, and! three tables playing The prizes
returned to her home when her I Several friends of Mr. and I were awarded la Sam Kazlow. : :' 4 \

parents, Mr, and Mn Frank Wit- Mrs. Melvin Powell met with other Bruce Morse, Caren Kram and R I
tenbcrt, left for their home in New friends at the Gcthscmanc Christian Mary Smith Mary Smith was ,
Jersey! Church in Jensen Beach and hostess this week AIM e J

had a farewell party for the Pow Mr and Mrs Sam kazlow are
Ray Scanuhorn had two ells just before left for their '
tables of bridge! Monday afternoonat they leaving for their home in Missahiekon ?
her home. Those! auenlinacre home in Bowling Green, Ky. Mich. "kW

Sue Bessemer, Erema Sackett, Mil John Corliss has returned from Walter Basin has returned home
dred Skinner, Ro\y Enfield, AI from Martin Memorial Hospital
the hospital and I is> recuperating at
Cote and Mr and Mrs Thornls I where he underwent treatment He
Moore. Refreshments were served. home. is doing nicely
Prize winners were Sue Bessemer! Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hunmond I
Roy Enfield and Mildred Skinner I I Mrs Isabel Taylor has left for
have left for their home in New the bummer and will be visiting her SUIA JANE: I''UK, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Albert Falk,

Hampshire children in Chicago and New York. thrive Souni win recently worn into the L S Navy Nurse Corp
Bea Barrett entertained with two !
tables of bridge Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Bea Barrett and Mrs. Gladys I Many from the park attended ,mdiditi program hI I iciitcnini"" Billy f- Peacock at Jackson
wt her cabana. Those attending Clave spent the weekend in Fort the Mother and Daughter Banquet I idle, Miss (Folk it graduate "it Martin County High School, and a
were Clara Seal Gladys Clave, Eva Lauderdale with Mr. and Mrs. at the Community Church Tuesday I unoi in the College ot Nursing University of Honda, will be
Donaldson, Joseph Dormg. Hcssic Rollie Neville. evening for a nice dinner and! program nimissioned. as un ensign in the Navy NUN Corps In the near
Klein Eremca I .
Sacktt and Rosy l lilua
Enfield A luscious! dessert! was Mr. and Mrs. Loren Baker have .
served, --- --- --- -
and prizes went to Clara left for their home in Aileron Civil Air Patrol I

Seal, Jo Dormg--- and----Roy Enfield. Mich. Took Bartow Test I the t lust photoelectric cell tore I ter and receptor, was developedin I
----- -
f---- I .t ,_,.- .l's .. runner of the television transmit I8H8WANTED I .
--- --'" ---
Members of the Civil Air Patrol ----
attended the 1964 CAP MAKING VRriHCIVL RtfK: Jim uncord. ot I anchor' t ( nstnieti'n < mpiinv. left uiul Jm
SARCAP effectiveness test at Bar Griffin, right. pictured at the end ot the Andy IKrko dock on lluiehinson Island Hollow iln
tow Air Force Base, Barlow, May tiles were placed in a row on top ot one another under! the dock and held! down by hugs 01! cement
Thank You. 23 Four such reef are being nude under piers in the inside waters and a filth under Sunmolc: Slums !
Attending from Stuart were Stuart fishing pier in connection with the state-sponsored! spiny lebstcr research project at House of Refuge.
Commander Lieutenant J. F.
Strong, B. l.. Strong and four cadets --- --
Steven Bates, Sandy Bartlet. ............r ,. ON1MINNn1eMY...'ruWIMMNerIMiaM.tAt'M +x1 :a',.. a a I (AND NEEDED MAY 26th. )
Larry Rector and Marty Strong
1 he mission was evaluated by the RIO NEWS NOTES I
For your support in the recent USAF on personal action by l v

ground rescue and! air search crews By SIRS C. B. IttASLtY: AT 01(87( I

election Your confidence in the and tests was a termed chicken a dinner success was. After en- _-.._._.._...... ...,'........ _..-._ ._"" .""' ,.'."....,.. ...'.W.'H." ...--__ -............,"-'.."',..-.... I.

me is deeply appreciated.I jo>ed. A dance ended the) weekend!. 3 New MembersAre Club Holds

MX imBLACOV: WelcomedAt Card PartyRio Registered Democrat

Application has been made to Civic Club held a curd purly .
pledge to give the office of JAMES J. Ak1ASJIMMY'JAMES'
the Department of the Army by Thursdiys regular meeting Wednesday, May d with fourteen -
General Development Corporation
Constable in District No.'2 the Miami, for a permit to install of Rio Civic Club a potluck I sup tables in play Very
six day beacons m St. Lucie River per was served with fifty attending : A special prize was won by Mrs
deserves. North Fork St Lucie and Mar Alexander Wilson gave the de winners
dignity it in votion. Agnea Kelly Table !price Personally
tin Counties The proposed! day. I were Mrs H. Campbell, Mrs H. i
beacons would be numbered fitly The business meeting was calk OUTSTANDING CANOIDATI FOt
through fitly-five. The odd! num- to order bv President Jack Shorn \\nscr, Mrs. Ralph Sachs, Mrs. Yours
bers would be located on port side er Mrs. Kathleen Phillips and Mr Lee[ Stockwell, Mrs. R. Sonntug. I DEMOCRATICNATIONAL
of channel and! colored black The and MM Arthur Verleigh: werwelcomed Mrs Edna Smguigni, Miss Alice 11 kkllltd stylists shupcIfulrilii a
even numbers would be located I as new members. Paul. Mrs H. Spencer, Mrs. R. to flatter your fate,I \
on starboard side of channel and! In the near future there will bea Dowler, Mrs. 1.. Neumann, Mrs :match jour maid, 1'11Ihlll
colored red. Two daybcacons wouldbe I speaker on the Anderson! Medical uprilul occasion i COMMITTEEMAN
Mrs lla/cl Mason
TOMWETHINGTON located in front of the South : bill. The date will be given Inez Kilmer
Port St. Lucie Country Club; one later, and this meeting will be open and Mrs L Haiti I HAS SERVED TIME
at Coconut Point and! three in the to the public The next regular The hostess wan Mrs Hubert 'Pelican -
vicinity of Britt Point and! Dyer meeting will be on Thursday, June klein, who was assisted i bv Mrs. I Over 12 year hard labor M
Point I 4, with a potluck supper A social and .
Hazel Mason, Mrs Roy /ajic Democratic Commit!*** Now serving"
hour will i I l follow the business Mrs. P. DAIvanA. The nest regu \ Beauty Salon at Democratic SUM Cammltl..maaREWARD
I False fire alarms may be reduced -I meeting fur card party will he \Tuesday,
in number by a gas powered May 19, at I pm i
horn that is attached to the box PLR.SONVLS: I I Evenings by AppointmentMyrlki
and gives a loud attention-com
pelling blast when the alarm i is>> Mr. and Mrs Arthur Reinke, Clark Claire Scranton of BETTER REPRESENTATION for ALL
(P.ld Politic! Adv>rtl.ininl> tripped. who spent the winter at Hallandale, Most recent distribution of cigarette I 215 OSCFOLA AT 7-3484 I Florida D.mocrltslF" l lI
-- --- --- --- -- spent the weekend at the home of lax to the City of Stuart was :

, Rio.Mr. and Mrs. Charles their Hancock of _JII.I9J30_ ..__ __ n __.____, _._ __ _. nu ua-ar-_ _ _____----.L.-
They are on return trip .
ATTENTIONRegistered 10 Detroit, Mich

Miss! Pearl flames and Miss!
Maud Humes returned to their
Republicans! home at Buzzard Bay, !Mass, after .
spending six months at Periwinkle

Mr. and Mrs. Jimsc Oosncy
have returned to Lincsvilk, Pa., '"
VOTE 26I. alter spending the winter at their .
May home on Alice Avenue.
',. .
General Lew Wall ice commanded -
Pledged Mate for GOIOWVItR fur President
a Union Army garrison
at Paducah during the Civil War
II Congressman RILL C'RAMfR for Republican National Committeeman
when he begin writing his famous ,
HI. FRANCES: SALMON for Republlean National Committtcwomuii. novel "Ben Hur'r I

Fish cackle I yowl, wheeze, honk ,
Paid for by Martin Co Committees for Goldwater for President and Cramer for Nut I. Commmccmun bark, groan and snore marine biologists .
report r

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Rambler Classic that introduces the new TORQU E s

COMMAND "232" engine-the 6 that comes on like t mmwaia=, +

an 8t! You can get this biggest most modern U.built -t\o ,

6 ID any top-of-the-lmc Classic, and right now you can Test the BestGo ROYC.BAKERSHERIFF

lave during Rambler's big Spring Selling: Spice! Sec all I f"Fl 1 1 O f11 f\

our popular Classics thrifty Americans, luxurious R14M | Hpf IJ'Q UK fa
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Thursday, May 14. 1964 '- high on List in Acreage Transactions

t r.H I Building Section jr

Building riotal$97,851$ Permits) I Martin Leads in Percentage of

among Eight the renMeneM'.IweMy:four permit'"building! were I r RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Citrus Tree Gains Since Freeze"Florida

permit* furodl i in Martin Coutuy; '%lay 1 through. !8)I
toot week total of $97.8)1. I
Fight city permits tolukd $36 Owner IMal/fIII/ Contractor: DtKrlplNHt Amonnt has experienced a | production should approach a n Ida's per.acre production of orangesfor
250 and sixteen county: ptrmiin boom of unprecedented proportion all-time high of II .OOOOOO) ( box the season exceeded California .

mounted to 61601. City of Stuart in freeze citrus of grovclurul 1962"lIIid since/Meredith the great and 'I cIn 1970 Florida orange production production by nearly 12 percent

I' should reach I 150000000boxes The previous year Florid
Tohin Research of Cor-
SFRGEANT ULMFR CreiJ Ponald $ SOO al Gables in just released and by I 1975\/ the report per
NOW AT SIIVW B\SF W. H. Wilk\ 1046 Eat Sixth Street None Remodel SOO md Marlin County a report leads the list I says. production should reach cent greater

Staff Sergeant Carl F. Ulmer, Alice Pchol\ 230 Went Seminole Street None Remodel 1,900 !in percentage of citrus plantings over 200( ,000(! ,000( boxes Grape- Most cilruvproducing counties
son of Mr and Mn (,Ienn F. UI- Billy N, Chase' 500 East Sixth Street None ReNidenco ncrcase' fruit production is also expectedto I in Florida experienced major dam-
of 645 Cleveland Avenue, UOOO( increase. significantly, and with I age to the 196263 crop Only
mr H. F. West Terrace Road RUL Construction Large-scale transactions in citrus
has arrived for wnhTactical Residence 20.000 in a few years Florida will be competing i four counties escaped severe freeze
duty R. H. Lear groveland have exceeded $".000MX ()( ,-
91)9) New Providence Road RHL Construction Remodel with California in lemon damage: and they were all on the
Command TAG SOO
a Air ( ) (( ) since the freeze of December
unit at Shaw ATB. S. C, near Paramount Plastics 214 South Dixie Highway City Signs Sign. 350 962, and monthly sale volumes production I East Coast along the I Indian i
William Walters Florida has been the II River: Brevard, Indian River St.
Stunter S C 821 Krueger/ Parkway Sadlcr-Mile Remodel 500Alartin still increasing. Mature grovesare major Lucie and
Sergeant Ulmer. a n aircraft selling for as much at $8,(000) ) S citrus-growing state for many I Martin counties
and produced$ almost three I The full report i ix now availableto "
ground equipment maintenance County per aero in large tracts, and thous- years )
public from Meredith I i
& lo-
fourths of the nations
technician, in
previously served a t ands of acres are being developed I crop !
Offutt APB Neb. His new unit Carl Sorenson Sea Gale Harbor None Residence 7.000 into new groves. 1 he fifty.page 1962-63, despite the freeze Flor bin Research Company. 495 Bill-
more Way Coral Gables 14.
supports the TAt mission of providing Bob I-enherger Jensen Beach Sirout Storage 100 research report "The Florida

firepower and other air cup- M. Winne\hehner Golden Gate None Residence 7,000 (Citrus Industry-After the Freeze," Smoker Saytt The United Nations claims there

port to U S Army force. The William 1. Gaddi Pine Ridge None Screened porch 500 includes a county-hy-county: hreak- I are 966,(HX) ),000 sheep in the
sergeant i i. a graduate:! of Marlin down of grovcland transaction
Rev lames Brown Hobo Sound world. more than other farm
School. None Screened porch I any
County High: 150 Before the freeze, Martin County Oa Mf IOQIM'AMGa( animal.
? Australia leads with I 153,-
AI Sandell Skyline Heights None "
Residence 7,000 was ranked as a minor citrus i
000000) ( 16
or cent of the
$23,047 IN AID Emil dckman Rio 1luryea Addition 300 reducer. Now, two years after total, per
WFLPA.RF IMPORTS R. M. Pitchford Jensen Beach Sam Furrow Remodel 4.000 the freeze Martin is ranked! as a

Jev Paul M Casscn' chairmanof l.eroy Corey Legion Heights' None FnclOle carport I 150 major producing' county, with i
District 10 Welfare Board of Vollhrecht Pine 276000 trees, as compared to Ileathcote
the State Department of Public) Ridge SUl Residence 10.000 73,000 in 1962. Most notable is
Welfare, reported that in Martin David Miller Olymplll None Residence 11.000 the increase.. in lemon trees from NurseriesArchitect
County 803 persons were assistedin Colonel Wright Rio Walt Bishop Addition 1.500 3,01)0) to 161,0(10( /-and still grow.
the four categories of public Coral Gardens Construction Co Lighthouse Point None Residence 7,500 ng-m the Minute Maid lemon W4{ Designed Landscaping.

assistance for the month of April. Alvin Hunter North River Shores Karl Herrlin Addition projeci. Illti + Oriental Design A Specialty
Total assistance amounted to $23 I.DI !In 1963 Martin County accounted Complete Line of Ornamental
North River Shores Karl IIerrlin Addition 2,470 for 12 cent of
047,68. per state Plant !Material "The India
W. H. Miloll1\ Palm City None Enclose: porch 400 citrus land involved in large trans x M River Areas Oldest landscape

actions and in the first 1 quarter of oar h.-- Nursery, Our 38th Year" Tun
1964 it was third in the state in vrr

House and Garden and total second amount in of dollar acreage transactions involved Lumber Right off la U.S.fort 1 Pierce at LIndsley Phone
Home Loan Talksby MaintainThe
Easy to No other county came out from Ll't'Prevent Jll.look) Forest ahead Flrcil, and HOward 1-5332.!! '

the freeze so Veil percentagewise
__.._...._.u Marlin County with 126
don het old leading a
{ per cent gairt
first group of figures 1 Citrus prices rose as Florida
in the house number represents production' decreased after the
the square feet of liva- freeze, and ctirus imports into the
able area in the house (The late Increased significantly, Before -
other group i i& an office number the freeze, in 1961-62. Florida -
.) According to Jan Rein. I produced over "..000,000) ) Many thanks to the voters that voted,
er, the cost of building sucha boxes of citrus, and in the year ofIhe
house may be reckoned as freeze production: fell by 30
about $10' per square foot, per cent to ( and a special thank you for, those voting .
exclusive I of f land cost. For example .. l he current crop ipogroOf: ::
a house numbered her-to 97000000\/ boxes; yet
MuLogN E 9J.5-1 11 I would have 935 square I I ext season total citrus production for me, and the many people assist.

feet of livub'a' area and !, I I should exceed 124.00.OCX( ) boxes
should I cost apt! oxunatcly s I As citrus prices rose to processors
.. ing in unsuccessful bid May 1
$9,350 to build. and to (he consumer, large

_. .. quantities of oranges were imported -
.a. ..
... I from Haiti and Mexico. urge all of you to extend every coop.
BY. JAN RFINERHouse ...: a 5.7J 7t7 Several million pounds of orange
Plan 81)0) -70 juice concentrate entered the state
---- from latin America and Africa eration to our; Commission for
Ride debt: Two points are especially mi- he done with this in mind. Inside By the 1965-66 season orange I

your portent to senior citizens: housecleaning the house offers the type of com l lAx

don't let it homemaker should, and he garden easy for mamtcnartce the. I pact but ample rooms which can ORCH PAINTS HARDWARE the good of the county.

he cleaned with ease fN Atlantic/ 7036Jfi
dl should
not be too heavy a ; 0
burden for the man of the house. The foot-deep livingdiningarea
C lv nl d PlpoPlumbln.
> .
you 1 his compact, pne-bedroom retirement has the combined advantages k' R 5 RF tRM I
home, designed for 60- DINING SuppIlMPlpo
a of excellent daylight and plenty of
' You need expert advice when, foot vtidc level lot, meets both wall space for furnitire It has I3xRKITCH IlxloC Cut

4 you lake on an)thing as bIg UH a I requirement. four jalousie i windows facing i !the t r L: tfI T. Skolch. Chris Kalb"COME
Only KIM) feet in floor I :
j mortgage loan on a home square street, and a n\ fool wale sliding EUctrle Supplies
! area (plus the carport area). thin I glass' door opening onto the 8 by c .
Motor Bruihoo For Black a Doctor,
Y You want to he sure the terms sl.ih-on'grade masonry home i 11 ..U.foot screened porch facing the Skill Portor C.bl. and 0th.,
will he such that you will "gel 26 by 26 feet !square, with an added garden Hidden from the street!. N
"L" ((14 by W\/ feel) housing INDIAN RIVER SALESOn
somewhere with your loan and this porch is a perfect place for .
Tb. Ono Mllo'' North
never he downright burdened with ihe utility room and the entranceto 'warm weather relaxing The 8 by fEl.iE:. BEACH i
Ihe kitchen The nestled i
it.j carport 10 fool dining area has a two foot
in this L provides separate covered china closet accessible from both CARPORT I ILIVING'

First Federal Savings of Vero entrances to the! living room sides BEDRM I
j Beach has had of and the kitchen. Because 01 Hi The J 13 by 18-foot kitchen has
years experience arrow front, the house bemilt 4i! .foot wide window 14x14 ,10x14.40FRONT
may a
With thousands of borrowers, and : on a small I: lot which will not I located just- over awning the double sinkS __ L _J ON IN...

they won't lit you "walk oil of the require excessive gardening or lawn ( ), with the refrigerator (RF) to 16.,. ?
More' with a loan that dlJC n'l fit care. If these are important considerations the right and the range (R) to (he aoo to > r THE WEATHER'S FINE"
I you. It is to their advantage ns wellas the landscaping should kit, of it. The wall cabinets are ,

yours thai you should he happy shown doited Also shown dolled insulation between the rafters--- r

with your loan for years to come. Tops In Design i II a 30 by 30.inch breakfast table The exterior walls are of inch-. A new transiston/ed mobile telephone -
with two chairs located between Can he used instantly IthIhlck -
They jive you the privilege of concrete blocks (with stucco out warm- .
the china closet and the up -
making a larger-than. uul payment jalousie door leading to the carport on the outside and furring and k j !:::::--.

on your loan at any time, and KINGSIGNS Incidentally this door cross plaster on the inside) resting on an
thus reduce your ultimate interest ventilates the kitchen I 8 by 16.inch concrete footing (reinforced Complete 4I r
costs. A 3-foot-wide closet (C) is just with two No 4 bars). r
left of this door and adjacent t to The %-inch'thick terrazzo tlooris Automotive +
A First Federal loan is an added the utility, room The two laundry poured over the 4.Inch.thick re-
safeguard, because they ex mime appliances (LN) and the water inforced floor stub (with continuous RepairsChason's
the property carefully as to loca heater (circle) are shown dulled vapor harrier underneath). Incidentally _
tion, value, construction (or plans) NEON SPECIALISTSFort On the left wall of the living another bedroom with
and title This is for their own pro dining area is the entrance to a 3 bathroom (t "mother I in-law suite"i )
tection but it protects looCopyrighted Pierce HOward 4-1399 by 5 foot hall, the bathroom and could: he built on the'I left:-hand Hide Garage: i'w
bedroom, The I 10( by 14-foot bedroom of the with Ihe shed! roof
._ h __ ..__ has three front windows and extending carport over it in one unbroken Dial I AT 7-2311
a smaller side window for cross SERVICE FOR SAFETY
t5.",=.a.t s.I..nd tn.ur.d u.Lan S. ataooo 1.....,. METAL ventilation, and a 6.foot closet with Plans for Home No !800-70 I 4I..4IS. South '......1 Hlkw.r -
.... ...,.
-- c..Uo. V.
.t ar bifold doors The bathroom his.
ua..uA .tat .mount ad add .. Ue Are Worker la Metal : were drawn hv architect Jan Rein -.- ------.1
Sawa ., .OJ' tlm. II- WE DONT HAVE IF the tub away from the window, a er, editor of Florida Homes magame _

( 1964)) WE CAN MAKE ITLNMN countertop washbasin, and wall. (?The magazine is available yr 7v
hung toilet Wiring is supplied form at Val> Bex k !Shop! or by mailingSI GEORGENELSON
electric wallheater There are ..
J to hair! --Fifty-second Street
t two 3.foot linen closets (also with North, Si Petersburg 10, Fla )
WANTA bifold doors) in the bathroom and _
a : hall, and a 5 foot coat closet in the
COMFORTABLE /living room. The dual wall heater + 01

MORTGAGE? I STUART PLUMBING (H) is strategically centered to heat ",).z PINES. Painting
+1 t ea
the entire house economically. rt
i M you Mo4 a mortm lo.n ,. & METAL. WORKS Since economy of construction (.; Stand Tall Interior Exterior '
Iuu4, 1m. ... Aomq Boa ale ATt..tlatat Stuort \'
Ulk U F'r.l"F i.,.r of V tour.'. oW. (most house for least mone)) is Dial AT 70949Uteiued
VM eon ... It off In eomlon.hl. I essential to budget.minded senior T In Florida'sFuture
.. .
onlhlr In.l.llm.nt. H ion.blo I. SAF.TIAIDSLOCKSMITHS D.J' & Insured
twMt nUorbonet citizens this house is topped witha
shed roof. This i is not only the j !
Vero Beach !562! -2373 cheapest type of roof construction,

-KEYS MADE but it also offers a bonus that no ...WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRIC
other roof can offer: a 9'i foot it
Lock Combinations high ceiling over the front end of
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS the spacious living room and an airconditioningFriends
Changed 8-foot ceiling over the smaller
& LOANASSOCIATION NEW LOCKS- kitchen dining alcove and] bathroom -
The ceiling. finished I In
plaster follows the line of the shed b Motors Rewound fa winter from tile tame compact: unit.
OF lobe Sound roof, The house is protected from whole family bus more sip foe better Toda,', dectne: air eonditiomng is
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 546.4881546.5131 excessive summer heat: hy white Home Wiring & Outlets tvinj and summer fun It's such a Barrel of tried and proven dependbihty.

marble chips on the roof and heavy Water treat to beat the heat! .Qui etdr sad wee*effiont than
2045 14tb Ave Iul! !562-2373! Pump RepairsOPEN Electric air conditioner' cool tb ar ...... Better 1ookIn,...trimmer and

Vero Beach, Florida ALL DAY WEDNESDAY: sad keep it frnh sod ....>..enmTlmg Iimmer. Wide ehoie et sow* and

Frt Parking on 15th!! Avenue PlJ : ...control the humidity... tt.r oat mndshi Fnow en'lover.tool Eijoyad

HOURS 9 t, 3 dally, except Wed- Ant and pollen..block out ovtsntepoiMfc by over a minion noridiu tat tbevhomes.

.wJay, 9 to II. Open 5 to 7 I,rU SlEDHIGBEE Bring inriant eomfivt M tbfcotteetdaysl > Provide JOUr family with it*
D-1I I h
aaoy e
day evening Clowd All Da188m"1.
: And with yoMuuml,leiuse qihi i' SM year epphn dealer
aa odels;yang also enjoy coq vwmtk. ODdifeofas;contract todsjt,

"Where Customers Send Their I'UKNIIUKE

Friend*" kJ It2. _
ELECTRIC >o t/d"J1pm t .
._ .ans. ..1IAf... veer' .

I I AT 7-0804 We Give, Gold Bond Stamps 3:7 OSCEOLA AT 74744 ruiiu ,nut a iinr!! .mriiTt -

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.. .. .. .- I ebb-Mebane Kites HUE AND: FIUtEF I lfarchil1Varriors I Ctrl! Scouts loll RITIBIH I'I."N INSMIIIION,> WOMIN mr I+hIlNlII n' \RT). May(llorlda 14. )IH4 NEWS t-C

NEWS Celebrated Here Mr and Mrs H L. Ooodino of Hack from State Court of wards The MSUIIU' boNtxl ot Jupiter : ..----###-# ----

Lake Worth and BloomvOk, Ohio i Re-elect
I (luh met on Ministers
Mrs France Histod Webb of, have returns .to their home in Jupiter's Marchmg \\ arriors Girl Snout. Troop 2111 held Us Republicanoinon's
MRS. ANNA lEAR 746-4643 Monday at the home of" Mrs. A.
Correspondent Phone
Jupiter, and Daniel B. Mehane of the north. Before, leaving last! week brought hack a superior an excellent Court of Awards on Friday eve- W. Bulterticld Golf view Drive I Dr. Maynard Mttlt

alaara wetaawrt+' ",, r-o wsocN. r. Mrs loin Brown, Pennock Mute a* a whole, with I The Greater, Jupiter
at the People's Congregational compitMion
Over-all Town Roads Plan evening Church Lane and Mrs James Spitzcr, many top I Individual ratings. I (girls earned their curved I her. trip Augustine to the Mute Plan convention were made in I I"t. Association re-elected Dr Mu5 nar J
out-of-doors, and hrtdpknnod \
bur the
Palm Point Dn\c I in
The murchHig competition
The bride is the daughter of the : I their accordingly.The hit' the installation luncheon to beheld I Mills UK its president at the an
rained the band program
Discussed Town CouncilMayor late Mr. and Mrs Ernest W. Hi- Mrs. Carol Stinger, aooonuiani-, its previous out HO rating of superior was given On program consiMed of the flagceremony' May 20 ut I equeslu Country I nual meeting held l last week Rev
by ted Sr.. long-time Jupiter residents, Mrs. flub
ed by Shirley P. Floyd, Mrs tight reading, they were graded I a short campliu pn>- I Paul Thonipaon was elected vicepresident
and pioneer in Palm Beach as John Zeiglcr and Mrs. Kelly Ollk'R'by excellent d on their concert gram and a wonts' own I Attending" the mii'linp were Mm, I Rev. Keith Johnson
Richard Stalls conductedhis I suggested a commission study, to well as in this area. Mr. !Mebane'srnrents spent the pal weekend in Miami 1. !Mrs (deorae Dunning and Mrs! I II Michael. Mr A J (preen. Mrs ; Harrington
jixxlSolo: Thomas '
first Town Council meeting on I further acquaint new members of were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Beach. and trio ratings were: suptrior I (hurles Serak, Ihe leaders. then I I ilwm Pedersen Mrs Frank Hub I secretary. and Rev
Wednesday night. I the Fuesdav the needs for lights. The need for Phyllis, Calvert trumpet: Kathy presented the budges" and eurvevl''' Mi Mrs ) llowurd Cox. Mm \ treasurer
election having caused a one-daypostponement ; I street lights at the intersection of : Rev. Spencer W. Aungst of the is Jack visiting Znglir his ot mother Milwaukee Mrs. JohnZieglcr .. Jones French horn, I mdti imche burs to the girls! : Linda I Anschult/ I R \. Dietrich. Mrs. A. I JohnsI I I Plans were discussed for a com.

Ocean Highway AIA and U. S. I Congregatomal Church of Lake her his twirler, Susan Stinger. Sharon ll.irrinon Christine Nonce' Iklh Howmuun\ I mil and Mrs I Irnun Austin immiiv revival under the direction
at home here, and
A contract with Palm Beach was agreed upon. Park and Dr. Maynard Mills of : and Kathy urch 'II. clarinet Sue Clcgg, Mien HIIMO Millie! I Graham Evangelistic
uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W smrmiTim I ol a Billy ,
County, which would involve overall Plans for beautification of the the People's Congregational Church trio; Margaret Pease. Nancy punning Kathy Gould, I uunnHortel i 1 INSIIIUIF Auditorium
T. Bogardus Boxnton Beach be held at Sulhaven
plan for streets and roads was Town Park adjacent to Ocean performed the ceremony Ernest Sicjcl, and Kathy Burchitt, clarinet Jo Ellen Johnson Diane Mrs. (ayes K Logan, Jupiter Team to : I9M R vSherman
read hy Attorney Ballard Donnell County Park, with the aid of the W Histed Jr., gave his sister in Dan C. Rouhen of Fort Atkin tno Hughes) Grace Sardmhu and, Ilitih Schivl UMchir. has been in Jinuary to

and discussed! : by the town com- Travelers Palm Garden Club were marriage son Wia the guest of hit i Esrollent( rating went to: S\isim sex Seruk nel.1 awarded a grail to attend t h ilotirlh 1 Swan Ministerial was appointed Association -
missioners. The plan is suggested also discussed Mrs Mcbane wore a street-length father and nnther-in-law, Dr. and Stinger, clarinet: Martha Ki>>scbtr Claudia Kriebel received .", Malhciintics Institute ut beautify' ihe church
as the only means of obtaining The report of the audit of the light blue lace sheath dre'llIth Mrs J. F, Mmear Bryant Drive, ry, lute, Davie n.iviJxm, ban- but could not earn the curved Stetson University In IXI..and this s spot"I SI. I III l requcsta area Drive
government funds for road build town's books was given and the cup sleeves and matching blue ac last weekend before: going to Miami tone solo; Joe Cox. snare drum: hccmiso she hnd not been: II scout :I summer June I I' through Aug. 10 signs on lied to lit'
ing in the town and ample time auditors commended Mrs Irma Her corsage' Bench for business meetings. Beth Rtwnmn piano: 1 ixnse ( rce- n year. Patsy lamer was not pnsem !She' is one of sixty-four teachers All ministers ire 2 nu'etinfhieh ins
err'tJcl I
I is allowed for study and discussion Archer bookkeeper, by saying that low tea roses and := awhile men Cindy Asbur and John Oil- to receive her bur 1 selected from the nation to lend (he tine. the- first, Southern!
of the method proposed, before her work was "nothing short of Bible Mrs Roger Swmt, Pennock lick, clarinet trio. attend the institute xvill hx held ii
the contract has to be signed perfect. Elizabeth Webb six Point Road, has flown to Seattle The Spring Festival itf Musicat J \\H rs I'l'BIISII I SIR>'JY i Diptist ( hlllhII r'qIlC.11i Drive l
James W. Davidson Holly years Wash, to visit I her son-in-law and Boca Raton, in a closo \-1 vie at 9am i
requestedthat old of the bride and the Jupiter High School will be held '
daughter! Jupiter Javcccs have published .
Ihenrriors Indusswon
a street light he installed at the 1IVRRY MILLER SURPRISFD daughter Mr. and Mrs G. Bruce ton over
late Shelton R. Webb was hermnlher' May 22 and 23 at the school audi survey of f the JupiterTequesii. I .
the chance slide comivlitiou
to enter
corner of Marlin Circle and Center ON tIGHIItlll: BIKIIIDtY Boothe and grandson Roger
flower girl Holly wore torium. The theme for this year'sfestival area which appeared in book at Avon l'oIlk11 Thurs
Street. Commissioner Marie Cross Harry M Miller was surprisedon a white eyelet dress over blue with Mr. and Mrs Harold Pratt have one of the outst,mdmg form this month I Facts uhoiit the slay' .

his eightieth birthday Fridayby white accessories, and carried a moved to I ale Placid. Mr. Pratt, events of the school year. is "Impressions communiiy are well compiled in ,, BEER WINE
a group of old friends who nosegay of pink and yellow sweetheart who has been active in Chamberof in Music"TRANSTFRttKS the lillli volume which took the Dick I legal pitched for Jupiter ,
Garden Club Elects dropped in at his Loxahutchce River roses. Commerce work was the former I.INCCCS two years of work I with Ilirrv Ihot,build on t the

Mrs. Fred /?. Wilson! home for a potluck dinner Mrs Robert Kicker of Jupiter, manager of Warrens Drycteancrs SfRPHlSFD -. I mound for I'CI.! LIQUORSFree
Those gathering for the celebration was Mrs Mebane's matron of honor local branch. lieutenant and Mrs R. I 1.. Stilin (iiinmits niKiiiiuv i IIa' Inca Raton s third win
were Mrs, Miller, Mr and Her white eyelet suit was complemented user Jupiter this year,
Chief Warrant Officer
Mr. Fred R. Wilson was elect [ and i
!Miss I ins honored
Captain and Mrs Theodore 0. Thiiyor was
Mrs N. T. Christensen, Mr. and with pink and she car
ed of the Travelers Palm and Mrs Kenneth Svyecnev were .
president Pennock Point have on her birthday Suiurdiiv. with Mrs olmer I 'ren.n.11111'r
Preston, Road It Cubes
Mrs John R. DuBois, Mrs A J. ried pink roses. f
Garden Club at their May meet- Hodgson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mcrchascn Wilson of Riviera gone to Da).ton. Ohio, for several honored at a surprise i i puny hv the ,i IIIIK hi'on and theatre; purl\. Mrs mil ,president of I travelers "Palm
Const Guard Wives of the I ORAN
ing at Salhaven Auditorium weeks W F buyer I Sr. entertained her I Ganlui. Huh: Mrs: I Fred R \\il
Mrs. Wilson officers Wilson, Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson Bench was the best man, and Dan Station lust week.Ueutcnant .
supporting of Hobe Sound, Mr and Mrs Gladwin of Jupiter and John B. urunildaiiyhler I and her guests! Miss i son. incoming presiOtnl and Mrs
are MM. Jack Rohson, first Mrs. William Dudley of Clay, Sullins and Chief loun II : chuii
Roberts and bliss I C 11 I n d \ AllredeiU, dhlncl |Iudltes
of North Palm Beach Lake and
vice president; Mrs lyman Austin, Pev Lowes Henning of Park Jupiter N. Y, has been the guest of her Warrant Officer Sweeney have ("oar, .n luiuheon at 1 Ihe loss I man, attended the I lorulu StallGarden DIALAT7
Mrs Frank Woods f
recording secretary, Mrs Kenneth Mr. and 0 were the ushers brother and sister-m.law Mr. and been in charge of the lORAN I House dad MrW F 1 hllH" ( ( huh convcnlion at Hollywood
Home; Sr. corresponding secretary Stuart. Mr. and Mrs W. F. Thayer Following ,the ceremony, the Mrs. Thomas Baur. Pennock Point. Station here for the post threeKurt. Ir Miss I buyer ,look the guests Heach this seek Mr limes
; and MM. Hugo Busch! treas- Sr of Rumnev Vt, and Mrs Mebancs received their many ) Lieutenant Sullins I is being
the KJIiv ultcrnalr delegatea
movies MIIS an
surer. L. V. Mmcar friends in the parish hall. The refreshment Mrs John R, DuBois attended transferred to London, Fngland,

Installation of the new officers table, centered with a the executive hoard meeting of the and the Sweeney are being sent --- -- -- ,
will l take place at a gala luncheonat I JAN DERRY CUBRATfSIIKVFNIII four-tiered wedding cake, was presided Florida Historical Society of which to Sun Juan Puerto Rico. \ ,? c.. .''''', ,"
Club : B1KI1IOVY over bv Mrs.I Frank Sea- the it a member in Miami 1 last '
Tcquesto Country on May I
27. Prizes will be awarded for the Jan Dcrry celebrated her eleventh brook. Mrs Robert: Peterson of weekend.Mr BIIIS UIIL SPEAK. FREE S ,

most original hat, and the most birthday Thursday with an West Palm Beach Mrs. Ernest Hi and Mrs Gnnnar Medane AT CJUMBUt ( OMIT I
sled of Lake Park Mrs Dan Bar-
amusing and the prettiest hats outdoor supper party at her homeon I are spending several months in Colonel Louis S. Rills will he 1100
den and Mrs. DuBois of
There will also he door \,rizel.Mrs Palm Point Drive Boat rides Henry Michigan and Texas. Ihe guest' speaker at Ihe JupiterTeiuetta This hand, punt 11
Alfred J. Butler. District 10 and games under the guidance of Jupiter
director, will be the installing officer. !\ and Mrs. Joseph! Derry, Jan'Aparents I Mrs Edward Amos, sister of Mr and Mrs. Rick Cosines and coffee) at Chamber the Tequcslu Commerce('()untr) I or pocket bottlt of Ir I I 000 UFeRVESCENT

added to the fun. visitor( their Island son N., of Y.Great are spending Neck. Long two Hub here Saturday morning I' 100 V4/ GRAIN TALETf" ', I FREE

I motor trip to Miami, the Mehanos weeks,'with Mrs. Walter Savage at i I The program for the meeting. SQJJIBBSACCHARIN NOwo"(r, $' 1q"
will celebrate Armed Daywith
the Summer Season
will be at home on North River- her home on Center Street. I. DELIVERY?
side Drive. Glenn Dixon acting as mailer n
: : New "Do" from ,,
a Mr. and Mrs. Dick Place Jr. of ceremonies!. TAMLKTB
and their children, Lynn and Jeff,
8Enjoy PLAZA Registration Urged! of Tio Juana, Venezuela were IJITIE LEAGUE OPENS: ", hh :, .',

By Inlet District weekend visitors at the home of I Little league standings for the i "ttl. ,f <,

SALON Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Derry The past week show Diamond' Ciirawand ; Af t axDEa 1,000 HOLIDAY-
Chairman Boh K Icier of the
t Places have been visiting Mr. and Rood Landscape :tied for the I
317 \V OCEAN BLVD. AT 7.2838 Jupiter Inlet District Commission Mrs. Dick Place Sr. of Fort Lauderdale lead, with two wins and no losses
said Tuesday night: that 300 people '
OWNER: GEORGIA IIARDWICK each First Bank of Jupiter '
were registered with the assistance
of election board members, Major and ?In. Wilson' Horne Jupiter lions are tied for se'ol1dil" yew fist hlyIIHNs
OPERATORS VELMA THOMAS BARBARA HUNTER I \\ one win and one loss each
at Tuesday's election and their son and daughter, who SACCHARIN
I and "
and Penn
The Socks bringup
------ -- 1 have been stationed near Duchau, urnuwMWMMMN ,
However, many property owners -
: : RECEPTIONIST: BETTY IIARDWICK the rear with two losses each
-= I are still not registered, a scpaj Germany, for over three years, are In the Minor I league, Community
j rate act of registration required hy again! in this country stationed at Federal and the (ubs each hud
l I state law and for those the books tort Bragg Major| Horne is the mid /
I will be open at the Chamber of son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth M one win, while Jones'hud Drugs loss LIQUORS
The Saints one
Commerce building on U. S. I 1. Horne Sr. Pennock Point Road.
home of the
The first run season
The Inlet District extends from and hit Mike of I First t ,
John McAninch, son of Mr was by Ottle
Martin County line to Seminole Mrs J. C. McAmnch Ix>xohaichee Dank Larry Cripe Rood! I and-
Golf Course and from the ocean River Road has left for a tour scape( and Waiter dilwon." Diamond '
west to Route 70 I. IIKOWAKI ) DRUG STOItHS -J
hit homers
Frank Rickcrs. Stuart Marsh of) Europe McAninch will continue Ciuruye. t...! .. ._._ ._. ..
his studies at the University -- --- -
and Mrs F. G. I.ichti, Jupiter Inlet
of Florida on his return.
Colony residents on the north
I bide of ihe Inlet, have asked permission Mr and Mrs A. O Von Minden -

to place three carloads of Ridgcwoocl Circle announcethe
rock in a groin formation along birth of a son, James Bradley,
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME their beach to prevent erosion on April 21, at M Mary's Hospital
This, done under the supervision!
Air Conditioned Chapel of the commission, subject" to the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Archer have
returned front a cruise lo Vene
f district
approval 0 engineers,
Chairman K Icier said zuela.

INDIANTOWN ROAD STUART Mrs Rusel 1 Sulcliffc, Mrs. Al- \
1012 e vin Butterfield and Mrs. Paul Han- Rev M N. Pearson of Minne. '
ley represented the Jupiter Wom- ola is conducting revival services $
Telephone AT 7-3434 en's Club at the installation meet this week at Jupiter BiptislChurch.

ing of the Palm Beach County Federation .
e 24-Hour Ambulance Service Oiygea Equlpmeat of Women's Clubs on Rev, and Mrs Pearson and their
Thursday son and daughter, form a musical

---------- -- ------ Mrs Sulcliffe was installed as team to assist" in the musical part
recording secretary' of the County of the ncrviccs. Mrs. Pearson I is the
Federation. Members of the Defray soloist and the family tings together HOME.

Women Club were hostessesfor and play many instruments, .

the meeting and bins VincentJ.
Welp of West Palm Beach wit BlENDS MELT SUNDAY
the installing officer. : Friends' meeting will he heldat

Center I the home of Mrs. L. V Mmcar,
Aid Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClure are Palm Point Drive, on May 17, at8pm.

lleanng the guests of Mrs. .. it Is announced by Mrs.
fOlb< Y.1fJlCSOF a, er, Mrs. Franklin PhUtnT': :; Peter Klilgaard. The meeting i it SEE FIRST FEDERAL
McClures are now living in Las held on the third Sunday of each

is P_,,..'".. to announce DlgOd\ Vegas, Nev. month.

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THE STUART (FU.) NEWS Thunday! May 14, 19(4 I Four-County Session Is Set
.Ef*U ADKHTIIIICMItHTt I LK'L AD.rITINIEJT I I Directory of Churches

I I COtk1 -
Organizations Directory '(' IX Th. County Civil Defen
Recreation Is A D POSt .rUI will THE CHURCH OF COD-TUtUr
to I MARTIN Cot'.?. Martin County. Florida receive REV I
4 CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS CommndrWslt.r I. Buum.u Planning FLORIDA.tllAMKHV. coaled bid. In the office of the I BILLI1 loAl1
Mon. 1pm c.... QUit ..Bldg.uut7LsrnmISiso County Civil I Imfenae Director at If:00 .
atcekallca.. NlO. Aannymau.W.d .. J. B, Community Cknr.1 JO. 1.1 441 Flanler Ktreet, In Htuart. up t', ,tOO'0 .Mornlig Wonhlp,
p m .kairman-Fiuk WaebaMartin Be Discussed 28th ANNA MARIE OAJtlUH, ) 100, Hlandard' flnm. : pm Ktenlng W".hp
on May p.r Btol 7:10 Tue, PrivM' Ueelh,
Amateur Radi Emergency Cmp.C..Pd".twG.i. .. .'. ._.h.. Plaintiff on on th. following .m .*
BoleneIrd Si, C. S..rd uS tv.. Adluai1.t ) vehicle. and equipment WhIch .IK liOO i to. Tb_..,. Y PE !b.raoo

Th..... J p,B. ,*halrmul-Prod 015usd.. \ ) .Ih" offered rur public .ii' "ndo.Ih. .
'h.. 'U. ., _. .. The Florida Outdoor Recreation. 1 Mature to prepare a long-range. PKASK J, OAfllUH. ) rrqulremont..t forth b)' MORE SOUND SOUTHERN METHODIST
Animal R..... LafiM Caunty Mu..um C"I..lo.Ch."mKI I al Committee holda 5.1115 K ai ITKIOUDENC th. Offlo. of the Dlrac-lor P'ionIdoCtvflDttens. AT 7-2512 CHAPEL 1M... In Community Bid. )
fr.ilil.nt-Mr., Earl: J ftleo. : Hunk L ,.Jr4ih Plnnnmg wi comprehensive plan for meeting TO' FRANK J. 01 Agency JackaonMllrFlorida. DIAL-A-PRAYER BaV I HAll.Rt O 1.NJJTT. P..lot

Ilk T..... 7.10. p,n>,. konwa TUM.-I", an. Courthcuwfeheol public hearing at the S. Lucic Florida rapidly expanding needs GARI8. S.10 p.. lu.d. '

...1.... ,..,......al W..q'S Club SI. C. Zo.ln. .n' Pmuolt. Coma).). County courthouse. 203 in SPtt TOt Gompl.lnl AHB HEREBY for Divorce NOTIFIED 'I'he.qulpment and \Include.Is, u.s o.b.. d a n) for ASSEMBLY O' COD-Palm City I 7Mt p.m. Wo.hp !o.
in outdoor recreational field. Junk BIBLE UNION
PNud.M-Lld. MennlnnrSnd Lh.l.man-Jom.. .. Port Pierce May 28 ; RtV |. M DANIEL PaltorIt CON.RIGTIONA
Giusha on bi'en filed axalnit' you and you or. pickup Curk.. on. ol.U.n rob,,
.41k Tne*. alghta.. Ftnl N.t'L BanlC.m.al ou.r4 at 9:30 am. to : views When this plan is completed, it will ( t : ..doo: :rr.oJe our on. Joop .nd Ih.. w..on'l Kit a.m 8und.il SrkootlliOO I BEV LA'WRIB j. SHARP
0 ear ,,
Chom.n-J.n.> Kindrd ., rntll 'rhm.e.Items mav S. .een.t t he .. Morning Worahlp7i .l4i .. gundey
'..* Nartk A..Io.Io.r Kreee. ShwaePwiMrty 10.. p,m.. Courthou. and b presented fo adoption by the to Cnml.lt ,nu I'loltI0latborney Martin County Maintenance Ocnogaon "* ....1. Bible Study Prays i lute. ..... Morning Sehol Wonhlp
Owner* r. Sa alla Palm' outdoor recreation needs in Planning T. C, Ilnulo, P 0. Moe AlA Highway aouth of 0torl OtOu pm. Vouch _.. .0 '
,._. RohrabauakMln state cabinet the Outdoor I a. Wodnmdoy. Wtm-
-C M ., J Mamuelln acting a. : .Ida. fTl* the an day bol..n th. hour of I.00 7HO pm. Lvannallltl Sarvlo : '
homo VIII which includes
Snd W.dna.dari Ind W.d.. I Region )
p.m. .I Recreational mlltunw or written a. and 4 30 A< "
Development Council of. .m l FIRST BAPTIST-400 nM*
Caral Coo4ooa dm4.ro.j.oSzu,4. Aoaclatlan. -POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Indian River. Okeechobce, St i In the A W: 'nl. lrrtor IttV rOKKKBT S A PEOPLES CONCltEGATION.II.
,..... L'jcie and Martin Counties Implementation of the plan ofk. 'I.rk ot the CircuIt Martin Civil Helena. ..t 1GEV. IAINtHD
Clb .. M.rlua C.uMp Stuart. Flollda on or before Martin County Florida BuadayIl4l .,,0'
... BldgWftalaW Wnrh'p'
.. II C. Atririltnral R.puhll. .
lat I p.s. Pm.id.tl-J.rnos B. WI... All interested parliet-individ- will b accomplished by the llth day or J'ins: : m. Pub.: May 1. 14 81. 1564._ 0". Sunday ..ho 10.(10 0. (Churc Sohou
AiaactoU c-Jrat. IIOU {f'AII TO R OHO* Jud. lliOO .,m. Mornlig 11 too MornIng WorshIp !deee.rp
"'-Id...- Cotond U T SottcagH Ktpubhc.n .Worn., i Club el' M.rtl C. uals or groups public or private- ing stat agencies, and moth by will b. LIaAL AI\'FRTI"F''T Sun. p,m. Training Union ,, 0" bulb Semolom

..* <. soil\ Frrnldenl' W. Arnold SI.... are Invited to attend The committee will be provided by the Land Acquisition kKed.I,mt tha relief demand 7 Ml p..Evenln WorshIp OtIS ... Yeiib V.. 8emnb
4th 2 p.m. Pint lIMbo) Bank n hof''I bInf, ALLAH tltlKr, FL4IKIUAM WeduMelay I .
Canlan CbS *l Stuart particularly desires infor- t0)Nlf ,, 0 .wank Pnrer BarrIos ALL SAINTS' .
rrwuane*... Joka' W HniMTIn M C. Dimocratle Eaecutlva. Commitlu.Ch.l'mutEd1)'d Trust Fund. MartIn RDICRll at Slu.rl O TI tK 5.5.
Tiation dealing with NOTICE I In hereby Elton that the RBV NORMAN Bnday .
Woman ClukHlklaoiia T. Mutmap IU.OU' opinion nlfhlorld. PALM CITY MoCwdHhNHY rJT188u.
Kan.. I It tolD. a For further details day o, SOny BArIS-
.. (a) and trends in outdoor concerning Tru.t.e.o'th.lnt.rn"llmp.v.m.nl
Park Cm AMaclatl. 1..1'.M.'d. B\ Clo.Motnl. patterns fViKOTHVV" PIEflC'll Fund of the of T:10 Holy Communion
'_'d.... u....... MattMnaldM 0.1 recreation preference (b) adequacy the proposed hearla inquiries may TalE CIRCUIT meeting In 1.1... }F.rlde..t the |,4 ..Sunday School Stall ...family (I cemoti but and
MiM.. 1,1. *.... rI.., "Nation.' It... - - or deficiency of out be addressed C. Landnun : (In vernor'* Office. Capitol Bnlldlna. a.m. Morning Wonbl* .Chut-oh School
existing t U Zlomba 00 I IO p.,.. TrainIng Union7i4l .
RELIGIOUS ORGAN IZATIONr C.rol"nn ohduled for 10: (bHTIon) a.n Morning Pm mccoy 4 Surmo.
ladlaat*.. Cl..la Ctukrwida door recreation facilities and (Circuit Colrl B..I) AM. pm Evening Worahlp 1.0 '
op. Director, Florida Outdoor Recreational June 111 19X1. will 1 .r appllca ( 1..1 $undw Hol, )
Grad Smltlt Girl. Frl.ndly T. C. IIOUK Midwaek Pray.r Co..unlul
it 140
1.1. Crary, p. W..k .
lion mouSe Crary W.dn..d. D.
Hen, ..-. ... .. M.a. WnltleaiS mrtunity, (c) types of outdoor recreation Planning Committee, Tallahassee. .',tirnoy for PI.IDU'f O rlorlda I on l"oI. Tie.it.y" ..m. Holy Communion

laana BMck Cara Ou pm. St Mary. ChoruS areas and facilities most P. O. Dox 113 th iI of"rr; M Wright I for BAPTIST-Pert I Ihnrelay, 1.1.0 e.m Ilol|. Communion I
Wllbar St. Jo..," Guild PItliurl I purcham deicrlbedland FIT '*' 1 ; ltroiIo||
Prwideat-Mr. Calvin needed or desired, (d) specific sites 'jl.dl. In. TAYLOR. Pastor husilr' Sortie.! )
rub !
Sod W..... I p.... J. B Woman Club l'r.sl.l.'uI Mr.. FdwaM Klna.ll* and tracts I now available which : ay II. June 4. 19. to.wlt: 5,45 am Sunday SchoolIItoo I.rld.-l Bum 1 1.I, Communion.

,... Baack. Wanun Aa.elatle. lit lon., I P m. Bobo should be for Youth Camping TALLAIItaurK: KI.OHIUATru I'll. No. I270-41-1I3,13 .,... Mornlug WorshIp Unity Church, 10 S Filth. For Flare
r...ld.M-Mr.* F.."... Hubb.ll St. ,Joan Holy Name Sod.., conhiderec acquisition A p..cel I of SUhfltrnifed land Intho I 4:80 ,.n. Dill 'iiitll I ) a m. Ch,, Simitar
,. -.... Man. SB 7117 Clubaoua. I l'm.ldt-Iu.' Itn.m.'I. and ( ) any or unusual Sessions Set NOTICE 1011 ('* ""l the lIt. Lu" RIver In I.ctll 7ilO pm Evening WorablplilO I M ...1...,... WtdnMdu
Thur. b.for. S School Purer *
_'. ClubPudutMou. Id lu. P m. circumstances or conditions 1 f the Internal Improcrnwnt G. TownshIp 3 soutl p-m. Wo..d. .
Junior W - - l-uncl lIt, or rlorlda. In 41 Bust. CIty Slunrt' iiltntit I Cbol xaotloa loltewa.P.IO LUTHERAN CHURCH OF IT. ANDREW
Guy I'romwellInd pertinent to thm i region which and from all meeting In 11.10 lyIng Httloh .... Wcman Cluk; SCOUTS OF AMERICA Boys girls Iclo"sl Room or SItuloo.rtur' County 'lo.ld. W. BAPTIST
IP" BOY ITuurTr should be considered in the development of Honda attend ( a Office, cnpltol HulldliiKihedulfd erly .1, .h.C por' SOY. JACK FERNANDEZ tr cptibTprpASBT&' Porn Lode
Martin County Anduaen Saclat Board 400.-llcotmu.t.r. Robert Perk wi for 10. :no AM,. lRtiTuu of OovernmenT ix.T 3 ur

Ird Mon. a pn, Judt* Clonta1 off Is. ltd p,m.. Amrrlran I* lon 1.1 of a state-wide, comprehensive teenth camping !\io at June, I.h. 11(14( will toimldir ap- raid Section S. lying Motllw.et. Silt .a.m.... Sunday School sIn Runday School
H.altk Ship 40S-Advl.or. r:.rl DelpThuri outdoor recreation plan the Youth Conservation In pll. mad' by Chat'leu U, M"- rrly of the right of way uf I H.Klghwav 1.00 Morning W Wot.hlp bib bombs
for M.ntnl Camp hobolila 0' Wur.hlp
M C. Aoeelatlon P. tl 2.G8 p.m. Training
Him .
7 Mith tliurrh Albany St A.IIn. IU
Preildent.-R.v. Donald SrhroaderSnd Bqu.d.,., pm 444. Advl.or. fd: KlrkhartJhur. Within reasonable time limits the Ocalii National Forest, beginning : t'lo.lu. on behnlf of 1.01 l'I'rro. icr.., more or rotl.I"lnl. p.. Ev.ning WorshIpS H. S. SOUTHERN METH MISSION

Thur... noon The Beef ... 7 pm, Meth Church Ally Ht opportunity will he provided for June 14, according to A. D Medium.oo. for puichaae of the fol- .. p..Wed,. Prayer Meeting (Meetlaa to H.b Sound Civic Center)

M C. Clio" .". America. Coos., ....., :) Pack 4l0-.Cubmut.u' P: D Htemala4th oral those dcsirng I 10.111 dve'I lund 'land, to-wlt: and will eon.lde objn'Ilono Ibm.- TROPICAL BAPTIST ." RbV CHALI IUNIT. Pouts
presentations by I
Ch.l.m.n-M.nu"; J'hn.on ,) Mm. 1 ,HO pm. Catholic tkhnol Aldrich, director I Game and FreshWater I to. OhlortIuto: : o.73: rop.o"d otIsof LtWIU 1.1. ,.4..m. Pete .
Cub Pack 410-Cibma.ter. F. Kou.nl to be heard. For compleene. Fish Commission File No IU7.U.2G3.l bId boyd be Vubniltie, "iitn *Ue 8TACIL.. ..ol ..m. 8..1.
Martin M.marlal He.pltal Au.llUryrMld.nt Lait Mon 7tlO Youth Center A In 61 ( gluto'r' Truetee, of ... WorshIp : Wo.hlp
h"J 7 1ar1 lliOO a. Morning
pm. and accuracy of the 'lnrtiiui0Ulver"lnr8vUlonI1.3 th Improvnment l I HOLY CROSS
-Mr. Curt Otto Arplcatio are now being ac the | un< 4'4> p.m. Training Union t'ATHOLIC--Isdla.te.
lot Moa, firat National Bank JENSEN BEACH t\et, written presenthtionseitherin following camping ToxhHlilp 37 Huulh. RanGe 41 Fillet luldlnl. T.lal..r8. Florida StoO p.m. Evening Woreblp fa XAVIER I'IINhCIUM.su.eSundsys
Traop 40l-Okotrnu.t.r. J. D taut: ilartln lorlda, .
Mia Garden Club W.l 7 ill pm. Community I.k.o conjunction with or in lieu of sessions: one-week session fo boys in. ir inrtlculaily Clully.dcicrltiid mentioned Th* Tm,9,5.flrt Ibo\ SIts ...W. Ildw. PrayM. Till ami Wrnt FrU

VnililentR.y N. Frlillat Pack 401-Cuhmular II. Quinn the oral pre'ntation-are preferable ten thirteen June f.,llnwaVroin : the rlvhl to de Una 10 "k. ale .fany DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST-laal atw* day, I p,m, ConfMilou hafor Hum.ST .
Tua... 7l. 0pm.. M C. Agr HldB sib Wed,. a pm. C.omm..I.' H.I aged through or all of aald lund The aale. II Hk.V lh.D LnIU'O' MARYS EPISCOPAL-SIS Otaaa
Martin County II......*" Cklldra'. Aaaa.Preildent Cub Pack 402.- .,. '. .Jr. Such written presentationsmay 14-20 I ; two-week session for boys t the 1.lur."clol. of the and when shill b* aubjeit to a.m Stool Boulevard Stuart

.-Ira awl..... lilt Wed. 710 p.m.. Ue-lun Hall be submitted at the hearing aged ten through fourteen June luulll lit:, .i II,. Tru.t*mo...rvln. unlo theluriiiHJn ,, II100 a.m. Morning The K y.w.. ". ROWE. R.etnr

Ird Thura.. ,*lao ,.m.. Com.ttm.; lot Nat.NatlMial - and will be incorporated into therecord with the tenter iiveotottutc ,elve G.t.mO&CI plato halo: mln. 5,15: p.m. Training Union J'JJ. f..1. ..... ( to duos'
4 I
week forboys I.I'\
21-July two iu ,
5ERICE cLUBS ; session lo.d.I.A rUI Noith 8S' 44' eraS> and % il f It ., 7:80 pm. Worahip S..vl. 7HO. 10
1.ototonlolps.ld.nb'Mts. AxeelatlnnPah Clv. ).. Club al Stuart in the same manner as oral aged twelve through 16, July tenter Una, petrotout thereon, or IIornind"r. TJIO p..Wed .. Bombs a.'oo'u' : \
Vi'glidu V..I. Praildant.-Aaron llo.toaW.d. All information and a d..I.nl.. of 8HU r.'I; thenca I. required to pa for or liOO a.m Thund.y an-
lIcj.4tb* I\IUII.. U C. l'ubUu* J..lbr.rv .. 14 noon, Townhou.. R.otaurntIsdIuntoma expressions 5-IK; two-week session for boys 03 42' i.1 a dl.I.lc.or furnl.h do,'un,00lur I.. )stamps ST JOSEPH CATOLIE. aO St.RKV Saint D. Eu.b.n"announced
opinion received at the hearingwill aged thirteen sixteen, July1'.Aua ..i2 ?not. it I"... lu S1'01ti for cbs InHtrumint ) "ln".IC8. JAN IJUI".W8KI ,.d .
City Gard.n Club Klwaala Club through .,, of ... Wnk duyll luOlHatuiilHy EPISCOPAL CHURCH OP THE BLESSED
... considered the commit- rite luuoo u 'ft; tI ncc HI ORUrR the of l.n l.u t'rl
by -
PhineySlid _
Jr..ld.nlr MI. Mabel l'r.sld..t-Jum.u Bine. h 1; one week session for U.* li' t-unl', a dlatan". the Internal 1undtli "t SACRAMENT 348 Chick .
Tburi., I..MO n.... Clvlo C..t. 111 p.,. Bwilnol las tee the course of its planning ten through twelve Aug :01'11 foot inoie or lea. to tileittron Stat of Inl"o.nlnt Conl..on before fIrst I Baturdaya, of and Tard." RtV W. THOMAS LOUC"I S..lod.t.
OrianlutloaPr..ldenfc high water mark of th* F\RRH BK1ANTOovernur ird. .onl. t Silo
Clvla a.m School
aha City
-Andy Kullnlikl* Janan Buck Liana Club work. 2.8; one week session for girls Indian lllver for the joInt of 4:10: and '10 t.J. .. 7lOO p. Ch..b Holy Eucbarl.t

14 Tuaa.. Clvu. CanterPelnclana Pr..li.o1-Jsmuu Dean The Outdoor Recreational I Plan. aged thirteen through sixteen, Aug. Until tnt of the p.roel l herli .- AtteatW. : ST. CATHOLIC-- .
I. -". Wad., ,.1 p.. ilt.r dcacrlbed Bind, point be n. KIDD Chief bnglneerTruntee CHRISOPHE" CHRIST MEMOII..plt) I.lan
.. the Hob
.r.Jupl..H' Committee of
.... ). AawelatlMl ning 9 15. Girls attend for both :
eo. Cl. Saund Klwnnln Club consi.tng may Itig kino the .uulherly point of I. f. tind Ma.a ., 14,10 Sunday (tWIn" oD. loy. t LOMb
.naldint, -Kav. J. W. Maron .' Harp governor and the the seven weeks u Ira..t of atilimerged land horu'tiC Pub.: May 14, 91. !8. June 4. liStS 0. CHURCH OF GOD Indict...
lit Mon.. S pniM kom*. ; : Interested conveyed by 1rtotereof FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SC1EN -'
Mon, ', Jupiter LIU Marina state agencies most directly MOBS
Clvla A..ssl.t.Sr..Id.ntW.lt.r LluLtS. : th Intvinal Improvement Fund IN THH r<>l NTV Jl DP1N'S: < ol BTMKIIM Ill r-724 Soot O.SecI.stdllittns.m.aondo alv. .ViKETI'
Port Salaraa Benion Ratary Club .. Stuara in outdoor recreation matters AonmTII.'r Hud No iSJKII, Chelc. North ''UtT1.; tLOHIUVIV l 10:00 .m. Sund.y Brhoor

?lit Thur... S p.m.. Clvl.. CntrSrd Pr..ld.t-.Dc. B. Months Malay was creactdi by the I 1963 Leg- TALltAHtNNKr,, "1.0111.NOT \ tir 211' <'" I-ant, tul.wlli tl HIJ: lllUO a.m. : Morning TeaUmonTal Wonhlp MattingBeading 11 7 toO HO '.m. MorningWorinlp,
W.d, IIil. Sunrl.. Inn utheaaierly line, OF 0:00 c m Wad Xv.uln. Wonhlp
0 pm I f
ff )1tT'TE :: :
S P m 01.1. C
8upp. H1LET Hoom. SBI Ans. HouralMon 1t W.d Veung Peopls'sCHURCH
Tu. NOTICE la hi-rnby vixen that* th* IrtKleea of the Internal 1mlioveininl lFIn. I 'FI.I. :
Civil D.f.... Stuart Klwnnla Club T"t..o' the Fund I parcel .13 also' known 'A throuuh >10 a.m.HiBOpm EodMivor
.o Sl. .,. 11..rl,1 I"I'rvl..t
.d TuMday lilt, P.. Pt'oold.nt-ttr. H. Bud.l. UI. rund nf th* I 'I feet. ,,toro <.r bras. to a pointIn tEED' OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
Thuri.. 111 p.m., Town Moos.Stuart One Out of 21 immtlnir l In nIt: Hoard I lloom, of the the Mat'tin County JuO foot t>eceneilNOTirK CHURCH OP CHRIST-.421 Palm M. Jupiter
Clvl) Club '
Shomar : Hl.Bt.ppur. Square Dane Club Uov.rnor'. OffIce. C.plol litlillupi. Ilulkhead' Line; tin'm e toulhr.1e.a"Jr. TO 4 HhmroiittTO : GOHUH.I, MlnliwrSunday .. RtV: ELMER L ALLEN
.Id.nt..k Pr..ld.ot.-'Gllbrn't Pu,.. Residents Has a ai hcdulml for lu,110 .. (MIST.) onJune : along *ald ,, AIA CHEII'OH ANI I' AU.l'EIIOS1 d"UC1 7:10 a Holy Communion.
lit 'Ibu. Cubhou. 'bun I p...., Youth 18th' HtM. will luinlilBr apt'IIrnllon I'I'I ..,,.'. of 0.1 feet, moreor CLAI\f OU 10 00 a. Blbla Study 10:00 .m..m Pariah fcucharlut Sermon
Stuart Wman'a Club ( Government Job I HInd by (harle. B KloAdam. I lea: throne Mouth DJ* JO' : ACJAIN8T SAIL tS- titan ..WorshIp and CommunionMO and Sunday School.
'...._ Cornallu K v..._ Box fort Pierce Olin \ parallel to the fIrst ( .EvaninaWombip
.1.., .. pm. Club Stuart LI... ClubPr.ld.ntAi PlorIti I..PnOje :FJ, A Crawford : Coors .al dlatnnc: of Hi feet, You and each of yon, are hnrebv p..W.du.ud.y1t14 JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY

BuUd. K.r. One out of every twentyoneresident of tha inn* or lean, to the mean high notified and r.qulrd to pre.untany p.m. Mbdeuoa BIble ltdp Sk ln. Drlvo. J"... B aeh
Tababula Gardaa Group id.4th ,7pm.. Town BOOM danLflbed land, to-wlt I : folowlnl I water mark of the Indian Klvr claJm or whhh "you NEWTON M TWttDT
Babart J KMUjrl.t Floridians held a orrlthor of hotnuguivothe ,,
CblvmIfl-Mo. govern thriiL northweaterly, m.Hndrri'I )01. moy >0 a.m Sunday School
Wd, SilO *.. komea I.luarl Sorapllmlat Clu.p..ld.n&ld. FlIt No .aid mark. Bntat of HM; RILEY I'M1: 1 I'. Pno and 11
mental lust I blab w am Morning W rehlp
__ W position year cU.n.2G1 The nation's unsold wheat surplus ;
01 arproJ'Imalely Thrcn ofmibmvrKed more or Iran, to the iluo known J\MI, H. IHItecena : : >. .inI pm. Youlb FellowshIp
COMMERCE ht..t ". SuirUa In* the same as the national lund In, the IndlinKlvi.p ]olnt of llenlnnlnif COllanlnl [ .d, Int of Martin Cotmlv' has ben estimated 1,000- .,80 p.m. Wudprnduy. You.h, ChohJ

Hobo CHAMBU Ituart 1.,.._ average. I in HiM.tloni. and *3'I'owt.lli o.U .cre.. Ito it. or Horlda, wIth flllna fee II.00.t a 7',10 p.m. Wedneiday. Senior ChoIr
$ n.ldantl>tak Plop 87 hUH 41EHBI the County Judge C". ot U.OU 7iOO p.m. Thund.r,. IlldwMk
r.f.j..I: :ID :I .. 'uaa., tilO pm, pink Pony "In October of 1963 there were Martin County rlorliUIvlnir and will coniildir objection) thereto. Martin County, In the Court Inl
: 265,790 public employees in Florida rn.terly of .rni abuuinu* Objeillona to the propound aol* Houa at Buiaru Flo.lda wIthIn The first college of dentistry in JEHOVAHS WITESEBlt RoU

h t Pr..ld.nF..nk. ',.... viTERA'ORGAIATION' a gain of 5 per cent over 1962. tha North Lot I lOt nf f".t saId of Hoitlon Uovtinmint J2., of., the auld Chin Imid riwlniir alloul; I I be, T.lnl.aubmlttedt of the sIx dole l calendar of I the find pobili'olbnn m."th. from nfthla the United States was started in londoy-7 Monday_7,ao p.m. Bible ',.H.u.

lod Mon, dlraoUir. v... I Commander. .. -.'Clifton.n.Bewn.'laInd I Ihc national increase was 3 percent I hlnv Kaatrrly of titata Itoad the I Intuniil, Impiovemnnt notlo 8.0M Olt I'll- 1839IN T..i.-7110., Mlnl.t 5.50,11 ...I
AlA. cnntalnlnK, a total of 101 5.1111,1 l IbolIdIng Tallahuaiiee, r'lorl.da MAM MIST UH SIlLY sWORNTO M.ln.
P. aVIaraafrl.ld.nt 4th Mon. I p m. Uglva B I During this interval the total 11,0 AND Flt.lit' IDlIIICATh..
B. 0. Blackman .acrea morn or I... prior to dm fIrst abo\ 1.16111. AOf1'lnJ'r: : REDEEMER
America. Leglan Stuart population of the nation gamed ttrIbbtttrd. Tln 'r rooicos r..ethe I"II N.\TIOSAJ BANK LUHEIANE. 0
*. S pm. 1.huu. Commnid.1-'John L. Taylor 1 and of Honda and will oonalder objection thereto rIght Co to nluk. sale of ITU"1 THH UIUI IT OlHr UF THIS JV.. "m. \ 80lROEl1R ,
Ii per cent ta lb aal oi- of .aid land TIts ea.1 I.. If by 1 I IIAMI .1 81.d. lhool Ilbl.
Bud and tlh Frl, I p m, Objuctlaii propoaaA any 55s1'So'' JIUIlMIl < IHI I/IT .
.1 )
pr.iid.n_y. L (Bonny) )fl.oaS. la- 4 of aald lund ahoiiTd, be auumlUod .nd madu .Imll b* aubjecH.to a. Vlce-Pre I : at'd i ..01 II 4tiltTI t.oLo'Vh'' a"1. WOI"'p ..
.'Ours I am.Rrtall Am..... Laglan, Indlantawaj I made to the ('hl.,' bnajnaer. Truateea of fh. Truetee* naming unto themelve Trust Officer STIlE Mllllll CHRIST ThE KING
lU ldl figure was Internal I'llndHllut i I Ek.cutor of th* K l te of JuplIomlipIdIc LVTHU
Comm..d.rln 'b Clhef the Improvement 74' of the phu.phata, mineral l\ ( HIM. HIV; %0. STStlCHfcNLY
Ch.lra-Phl 8..k Leglaa J.._ du, prior to tha rintn tint abovementioned I thi'teon or thereotldrr.bun 1- 994, Htuart. Florida I flulnuu, coo. l.hol.
Tb.. .(;b.b BuOd. Am.r. Au.II.. .' (not Including nlllar per Th 1iuntn, r"ov. ,'Iuair la I required to pay for or I MU-HUSL t r LITTMVVAttorney v. I "no sm. PI'O.'. .

"CONSERVATION"Krdrt.nt I.Id.ntlr.Spa.. 10u. sonncl), up 2 per cenl the LI.. l'l.hl Co ,"ok. .* fnrnlnh, doMiin,"holy" tax stomps fo Fxe"utor M.\IY vt at l. 1010 .m. MornIng Worship
Ed.Ub 10. and any 0. .1 of aald"lund. TI,. .1.. for the In.Irtot'ntofconvoyon0.BY lIla Mont Boulevard ... PIES? METHODIST..IIIO
AD., ...u5.lV American Leglo Aulllary. Stuart year; 47.830 sate employes and made ahall b* aubjm to of I thi. Trunleeath of I P. O llox oT, Htuart, Florida IkOTKH To ll'Pt.tit ShIV. W D. C.I.A.
Buii.na Moore. Box lit 165,614 county-dmtrict-city employes Ot.tJI Pub.: May. T. 14. 1464ISTATte ALTt
-' Clo. May Talmaa the Trimtvaa reaervlng unto thunatihe I rovement lund of FltOM 01.0111- .
irdMon.. I PJ. tint I.LI Baankkaak Ir.ld..tI... S p... Legion Hall both up 6 per cent over the '1uA of tIe phuni l.f", lli.erolo tie J'.I.1., Hoil.ln. .. 1'.V 'IHI: d'l'\TI 11 .4 I.0... ChumS. Worbl.
Waltan | and 1. and, .114 titspolrol.u FVKH1H UHVANT I' I'OVSTY (49tH? H-llun Oarntr. S.hol
Tllt "Dri" Jenkln a WIdoW lIdS .
Fraalden4.hane.. Kindred Martin Caunty Barrack. W.W J V.laraaa Part-time workers ,,, ,, thereundirriinhaaer D Full a m Morning. Wonhlp
previous year. or Uov.'nur M'R'fl' CotsTV. P, U I ox M4, Koine, (Iron : Alary p.". .*
lat FrU S p... Courthoua. Commander-Philip A. Kin* accounted for about 9 cent of I: regiilied to pay fir or AU..I, 'LORIO.\ Hla dinner Logan ,, : AihUnUoKun ( .1 mute.hlp F.Uowh.
-Ird ,' J. B. Community Out forl.It' d.ounoutary tix ulul,155fr Xll>r> t'tiof, ut": dumb
Ceneeratlea Club .. the total number. II LnglneerTru.tWa OF t her hu.blnd. >, Walton Jula' sod Sunder b 'S...,r
the Itnnnonttft'ou'ryottuo.SlY I. i 1. P.1111,
t tl$ Btuart Youth CaaM Martin Caunty B. Aaalllary Kentucky, : (Ueurg Bad-
? p.m.
: Clubprslt.nb'W. Pra.l,l.nt-Mra. Kul. .. 11.11 "The total payroll of state and OKDMl: of ito. TrUHlrothe tunJ of u. Pub.' May 14. 31. in. .lune 4, 1964 t'HII PENCE. W. I aim'I'':NCI known'; and ) Inner. a .HiKle, man Route 3.1 Wul TltlNI METHODIST-.n_ B.
Sallll.a Intrrnal
lr4 I Old Ct Chunk Imlrov..enl ton, Kentuiky.t Huean, Bon Such IEIL
B r4ly.t .n. .ID. local employes throughout Honda Chi State of Iorlda. NoritH OF S'I'I.I"T'O >OH HHIL fcJMEU FENCE, : a vlduu, P2b0 i-.tinoreland., .00 ,I. Sun.." 5.boo5
mud, S pm., **n.ral *jaatln* V...... C.un.1 o Martin Ceuntyth.lrn.n during the month of October last 1 I-'. 'l'" IHrI: t>e,' eaued 303 .Vngeleii. lallfornlaAda Apartmen ,, ... Wo..hlp Snrolo.
.rd S p.m.. dlrMtore. I.. Nail Bk h.ller (4oneritorAtlosti I4uua OTIfF! TO t'flEIlI'l'eliIl: ,;, :: 1.10 p.n. Enuobn Wocahlp. A'
,.W.. 140 p.m', Wlttuun_Fkld Ird Moll, p.m., Icu..Legion Uom year came t S76.9'I.bU. NOTICE is DWt t.;J aG.Ij TO' MJj infDITOhU .\M) AIL 0.1 ; "',, and. Kit Oeorg* 5' .04 hodoy. .
rKnNH HAMMI riAivH IHton. L"n.t.
55., 11. KIUU. Chlrf EnslnxrTruHtDoa that MKIIVhl. H \ OH
TwEMtN" ORGANIZATIONSJmian V.FW. StuartCnmmatdur'Jubis ...;.IL ADS tRTI.tT I. I. rnnd: HHllMlbT M 1IVHKISH. hla: wife, I>h.MAH'S, AUAlNoT SAID L8TATb A. Ualnr.,, Ih,1.Allen| Mi',, California, I.USUeatinnclund OSCIOL STRUT. MZTHODST. I.
.' U Murray Pub: May 14. III. il. June 4, [9f)!! thtt holdtr. of the followIng certirical aalngh woman I"Y. KNIGHT R .
B.M* ,I A..w Ind.4tk Thura (Oolda Building MITIt H OK I"TI'TII' TO hata filed cold certificate 1 ou. and each of you ire hereby A\enue, .\partimnt .sm. Sundsy, l.hol
VmldentMr... M..1 I'r/ ) ';,.''' '.: "I 1'IHI *>1., 'OTU'K 'InItI.tttltTF.lt r",. a tax d..ed to he limued 15.crnn.. notifiedand required' to prtient 303 Loa Anxelei. C.lornl.; JoInItttat'l 1110 Mornloq Worhlp
.. atondal. S 5. V..W. In...... rst'rll'M I \ In : : Shot thuiilrraliineil : 01.TW\T'O'1'1011 1,, TIle crniIfit'ap, 5 ttti ber and yrar any claim or demand which you aIm ,, hlln.looory' booluty .... "

,. Baaek. Vulnnter PiiulmiattiMa ( .immnndar Jouph W. Praatoal.tlrd tot i'' llm iirovlnlc.niuf t 15011.* la erry .Ivn ,. Itoe of I Imiuaitce. tht Ue.irlpllon of Chi or.either of you may have avalii.t' *Klanle)", and Hunan Il".y"' huebund w.t Clout...,.mo.l *":. .
FI laS Poet Horn :I Lnwa of undtiralKned under provlalonaof the ratal of I'r:NCI-. al.o aid' wife; Jamea I
I rtraheua p. hrltIO.i:1: ;: Ih. triperty, ind Mi* name In which .
: 1'11 .
pm 1 .
Acla r itl t r of KlorM know not' and to be d :ad: T J. Jones, known to J .pai Pmyor.rvI.' *
fort 5.1... ,....a A.o. VFW. Au.O.... BtuartComnandrr ll.Tk or Ilia i'I 1"11, t'tttl rt.hrl.1 Art : 1 .Ills: that : it WOO Oulour 4 are .follow: I.MIL, WhlMhlt. hf'* 'le,.*Hiied, be iliad; ..0 p.m. BO.4 0' 8t1wrd'. '|D*

p..ld.nI. -Mn. Malvlna W4latlrd for Martin ;: ht"1<-:1't. "I In and e'orttfl.l' 44S'rtir ,tutu of M.rl. < ounly. FlorIda. withfiling And to: Tbu.. .b oo.'h)
BuUdlnS nf pfo : ,P' :0 ,, Ihe unknown h >b.ud or Wife,
1bu. tin. Flhou. Wad, o Cat* rixvlit i.dln for ", uponleiflpt 0' I I. 11161Ltro.'rlpll tl Oil to the lo"U'y IOUTHESN METHODIST..p5.
Salwn Valuntaw Fir D. artaaaal thin* not I..., Hi. ft,.t.I.I. of troof, of publlratlon;: ofthla ,.IIHn...C I.S' Lot lMitt'S Judge Coirt' of 1..ln t' 50 ttic can may bt:'r of any or elth" lillY. D. D. KNIGHT JIt. I
'o ." Johnionl.tlrd wit: MU') under ito-< ,, lIt,' flitltloua: : tiani*, towIt. i in!:, AMrNHrU I ; )IAT OP1 the Court H,".. I'u.rl. FI..ld. of th. nntural I .on.ss'hoe rsloirtlrit ..1... Worship 8.eols.
MISIIOU. PItS. In biialnon liiuln my p.ln..lp.1 -' H (.K dolnic bunliipaa I,,VI.M I'ITY li. In Pl.t Book within .1* Plond. dcf"ndant to thi* cau.ei I am. Sondap School
Toss. .bou. Civil Air P..r rl| l |ilNi". of bunliM-an In Itunl., '.\ o\.B tllHMICAI. IHIMIANYtinder II, loge Hectlon lbs d.t. of .. plhl.lon iftil And 10: 1..pm. E worth
Com.ld.rI.I."I.n.nt J. F. Strong 1..11, ('.11,1 p. florltlu: 1 will IIIKHII:* I In bual 14 IlL I.; 111. T.t nolle. (' I >F- All unknown partlo ('I"lmlnl tl.t..1 I 110 p.m. ; L.IU.
Aea FIA. NAL-OGA IZTiN Mo.t : ... Inlvn-ntixl In ..l.l Soul,,... I. too, PItting I my j:rim'Ipnl plai\ '* of Pot,,. Itt "W'h INCOME, M\M MI'S"AI'fEI.Y SWORN by, t throimli or any W.n.Iv.nlnl.,. ..
..0. kihrit N' niUra of Hlunrt. rlorldi I In Mix IIU Htuarl Mar .. TO or either of 'th* auld named di fetidanti ,- I
Muur Coun.I"-h.l.. SlImsIod.Olb Taaijl* CemmltUa .. ISO and hot th pr.sronottthrr p.r. bunlo. '. Plot; that Hie portl'In. IJC A tlh V 74. II'! 'I.JCAT'A. ** hulri' devlHeea. lagateeivranteea .. 11)5 5dm'.L.dl. Ieuiuse.ry ..

10 ..M. Chairman*.I*. Combo .on. Inirronieil In aal'l bimln... t.r Acacia Mawnla' Lod,. Kx.ciitlv. lrrtir--Koi. Phllhriek 101U:11 N. tVHAIlV Ui-vle of Stuart. Mntlria and that nunty of prporl b.lnt l"lor'I a.HlKneea. tru tem, lien .
Wornhlpful Ma.t.r"-Chrl.tlan Kulb Ill W. Ooaan Blvd AT ,... Pub l Apri 1. (. Slay, I. U. 11104TLLIIIltPP' thor* ..no other peiaona Intereald -- I Id 1\Hl.IS. IL.t. tecea.edAddreaa I'hl I.nc. ora. creditor or OtltoI'WlO* clulin-I I FIRST METHODI3T..1.4Ima

h -lr4 Ibur., I p.... 1.01 o.PlS l Cellar Auaclallaa In Hid btialne.. I: .. niuh, or certlflta 407 South Atlanta Av.. ..,.: lillY. Ctouorn ,jj. MCCUI4)5lC&
Lady : KIOHIII1r IIE'lILIiPub. .rll."I. Btnart Florida And to: 5,45 Sundoy
Anna Millar CtnU, Ilk ...Id.nl .Mr.Dill H.rti.ll 0 'r i:V ii; .: AprIl JJ; : Boy 7. 1 I mc cites I" .h.1 b., ol'd..c.lh.d| scourdlI0 In MTCHAI LITTMVNAttorney All unknown partlea having or IIHit ...m.. Morning B.ho Wo.bl.
I.'d.n.-Ih.' .. 11.10 *.a. M C;.Oolf ft Ctry.ChiLively NOTICE I I. heieby given that th* I. .certlfUat> or will } Admlnlatratrlx claiming, to 5 oveooyr title orInlorst JHO p.... MYr

I" Tu. ,.. Bibs L. Arta ClbPr..lds.iiMr. 'rushed oflh.Inbrrfluilu': ,prominent I' "I'IC'I f.' C 'H >r' JIIK.I-:, .lrh bo avid to th' ", .c.rltl..I. ISOroIrt 116 beat Oiean Blvd In Iho ,.lowln. d".rlb.d .7,10: p.m. ICe.le W
I-in I of Htnle if. Hoi'I"a. In tLOHIIIt. Millll\ Box 1164. Htunrt. Florida In MartIn 7 0 mn: ,. ThOr.d. ,o Chulm
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Slimn PbJ SororityEpallan l'r hmae dior in t .the Mon :rd"IIU.l. o.
..L A.h. ArWgaalIrd met.Una- th. lou..I, Unot of, themvernnra sri'N. dav In minth of ,lINE, l f..t rl. which rib'! May T, 14. 81, 00, 18U4 ''lntOt : 114 p.m. Thursday ChoIr
ChanterI'nnllent I no p t ; ISIS
l. ). U. J. Abbott Fair A.iocl.Uoai aiheduled: for ltou;: AM\ : FHT> onJun r-|'T\TF OF ) I. the 'U"T: dtof 3illh JISI 1115). COINTV JIIM.rll C OIIIT I'arcel 1\\ AM nf the. North one- REV. 'RSBYEiNN. RI. Bb.us
d. AllOt,
l.t-ltd nun* S p.m., k,n>. Martin Ceunty lOll I Irt4. wIlt ionnliler appllcnllim JA.NMtLOLn, BTIM\FI. SKnririo )"ale 01 MUITIN 4.01M-1, gTlTb UKtlOHMIt I h.1 or theortheant Quarter 16Ev. A. Pastor
Fn.1,l.nt.-J. W. liu.Hy niHdo bv l'rnrv. t'rarv ..ndrr. I'.a.,," $ tha rlotllhweiit Uuarter of STDNT LOwRai, Ao.tstoat
XI Gamma Phi) Chapter lat Mon., 7JO p.... ..rl.lur BldgMartin (: P. O, Drawer 81 I. Kltiart' OF iMutHtrr.TUB I r,'nOTII', .PIF111, IN Itr 'IA11D ) th* Northwent quarter of Section OtOO: "m.. 8nnd. School
PreillenkMn Jo. rltiley Clak :: I on bilMlf: of Norman O: MrAllOK- rM,lll( I'I' ( ,' I."r' "f IlaIn TUB bMTATU OP !< .j, Townal,Ip 87 loutS 1:00 .. .Worship l.vl.
l.l-lrd Taur,, ( ..m. kuma Caunty', Golf and C.uatry for pin(tan. of th. followIn TO All' IMIHMM4: INTMIfHTPUIV : : 1'11'. I.I.VV MAGUAUbN D12VI. I Itunu 41 bant, l blng; Mouth ci( YOUIIV, .opl. r.ow.hpOX || |

D.uh.... th. America ..d .P.ldrntt-Ed Tu., 111*HI"b. ClubboassMar51. ..- lund. lo-wlti I 1HV: fcSl'VTU 01 SAul 1.b- (11.\.1, : in, MIt, T, II. tt. 1954 lKE. ".r..d. { Hi Hla blood 1,11.A. 'RESYEIANCMMUNIT

It..ntMn.. 1.'Jrl MOlD' bile No I na.4S.2U. CI'JI'ETI hereby nntlfM thnt a NOTICE TO < R : 1 oriel ]: Al of the South t ISANCII .
Tbln. Caunty, Farm Burma A pan nf atibnuiired Intl I In written Inntrmnent |'urp rtlnn; to MX"11 Ior: I\'r''rlo' TOIIM.KIMI All creditor of th. batata of EhMagdalen '. half of Northeaat quarter .,10 a.m. Sunday. 1010'
Meth.r.-.Mol.y Club ..hl.nAlhr Kronernd the In linn lllver In l''llt', 2J.Townallp b* tha laatlll and 'I'r.lott'fsold : : r'II I 5%lIE IWin.k t'.sn.o.d, ar* of th. southwest Wuarter of IliOs Worship ..01 rvlca
Pr.ui.lvt-.Mvu. Jarklun Wright Th. 1..1.01 Inn 17 Hontb. ItanK 41 decedent hna been admitted Notice la S,'rt'51' given' that the h.reby notified unl required: to file I She Jtorlhwe.t quarter of Sn.. 60 pm.. Youth Fallow.hlp

4U Mou.. lilO pm Maaonl lampk Caunty Amntaur Radla Club I aat. Martin fnunty. Hutldamm to probate I In Raid Court tintemlKited tinier, th, provision any vbole 0' d.n..nd. .hh'h they lIon Jj, Townahlp 17 South 7 JO p.. W.d., Adult.Yout. ChoPs
.' BJ*. M..t. particularly deiicrlbed a* You are he..by ronmiandid. with of Chopin 20 *in.: t.sws of FlorIda, mav I,aveogaln.1 sold, .ctt. tn tl:. Hang 41 Fait lying South ofHtat.
L.dl Auxiliary t 1.0. Pr.Il.nt-lllll BlIu. .; In alt ..I.nda ontha. ',.on th* Act of IS41, will regl.ti-r WIth t5eClotS of the County Judge of Mar.tn Stood Sf07-A. exceptingtherefrom 5110. RIV. UNfAIA FELLOWSHIP
L.oo.pm.ISJ Third I AT foln" of Ihi t Court In and Oftr. the follow-In Fors Plomco ;
Enimanilk .I'hu. pm .41 dnt of puhllrntlnn nf thlanotice 'I.1 In the court parcel ",
Chief 1..b .- G.d Fruit ISo No.thw..t C'orn"r of to appear In auld) Court 0".1 I Inhow f.r Martin t: ,, "IJ rhrlda .. .S ) no.t. within sIn : H'llnnln. Itl feet \\'eat of 141 boum.p tirio.' Port PIerce ,
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r. M.rl. Caunty Hllo.1 (luvrnioflt but I, Seitlnt caiiae. ten '5 hy retulpt of pstotf puhll,, i'0P'7' calendar ftuat.. from .. date of the Sorth..1 corner of tIle Fsitoouhlp' bomb'I .. 74 pm, CunduI
lad.aaeenl OrcW .l Odd ,.U.. l'ruIl.nt.-Itolund Merrelll.t SJ. thrtI'c run I"u.h 00'1'rtLI'i th* ,o'll'n of .1ld.Nt: : In: atnutlIng.tid ; ISle I '.,'l { n'., flrat publication of thIs Notke. bach Soul) one-half or the NnrthostQortrr F.I..hl. Ibol. 1 sm. Suodar.
Nol.lt lrod.looi.: haaon: Tuei., lilO p.m., Flr.l N.t BkMultlpl ng I the t.JIo will to probate sitcoM I 0 Ial.nd mit, ''itSfhmlllol.M> 8TOK- claim or demand muat ba In wrltlna-. nf the Mouth...t Quarter PENTECOSTAL 5ISLC-Is41..to. .

Her.taryJohn U. bray Llatlng Bervk a ,dlalani\ St !11..k.d.FVASS, AOF. .".,,. : ena-ng* endivoul I atal th. p1ii'ontr.uI. of th. Norlhwel Quarter CVIt'rll 8KINNtR. p.,5.
lll-lrd Tu.h, p.m. IOOP Ball .'. run Houth u.aN' IR I h.,111 our principal 4.nc.en 4 poet of fit'* 5:14 ... nf Chi of Keitlon Township 8 Susday School
p.or.t.ry-CarI H. TurnafInd of ttl.II feet Judge plo of l.u..t. Martin claimant, and ntii.t b. a worn ta by 10lh. Kan41 Eat run nil. p.m. lay Kvannllatla .
1.t..I. S.efrs
India* RI.l EacampnMnt SS .4th To., S 0... lo E.t.* ahore line of th* Indian Vnrlln' C'onnlv! FlorId.nr.OntuM Countv. Fla., that .* Interemed the claimant Mi agent or hi. attorney ; thence run Mouth 14 7'1 p ai. B.n"Wadnndar Hlbla StidyCETHSEMANE
Chief; I..rl.eh-Thurm"nd WllionSnd4tk Palm City Horn. Club lllver for th. olnt of )1..11.nlnll H. BITUKKAttorney In u.sid I b,iKlne.a ar. or It boom void ..c.eodfnl feet: thence run Fat (ID f..1;
? D..l bUtMt.il I..4W M. wi CHURCH
I. thence run North for Executor Ild IH1.I.AH to I. thence run North II feet to Of CHRIST
p..ld.ntM.l fcllaabeth P.ttr.n C .50 feet to >. ion UVW. of 'Xero and :: 1964JITJUH point of beginning OR CHURCH
.. Baack Squar Club aa4 AaxiUary : a 41.1'snoes i o BOX 1..h. thin l !7th CHRISIA
Clots C.at* that ther "ri' ,. lal Church .
Tutti Tu. 10 am.. th I e.tabll.hed flulkhenil Ulnetthenc penonilntrted K. 1MrJK''L Bosch
(1'.Id.n'lor.. ) Kennel ClukIrd run Houth 14* SI' 10' ,e'of1. 10. May 7. 14. I'lll I In .all, llne. A. Subject to rosorva Itoh. S 00loonitt.ois LION U BAKER JH.. M.ul.Mr
7 1 0. lil Bulkhead }ttHSPO 1.5w OlQHTERfcONBy of .60 am. iay. BIble 8cho,|
Pr. irt.nt ,.. Haael FonbergInd Knut th. OUOHTBR8ON r."or4 (
ChaishOI.uf..tot. .1111 .- of 10411 t.1! RT roi % TYJl Ht'L.\1 M. UVW OuKhteraon JIO a.m Hunday. Worship Hu-vl.a
J B. C' T47.f.f.0. lilt. Wn X
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... Maton ln> Call noting p' thi',m,, run Houlh 78* 4' W..I : I>"H 1% \\I 'IR WtHTIIOIWT \ Pub.1 Ap.1 Miy: 7. 14. II. ltAM Attorney.0. AdmlnUtrator You and ...h of you irs hereby _7l.'0pm_ Tbunday, Blbla Study

Part Baleni. Ham Denwnatrati** Club a diol.nt'o uf 410 fort 10 "1 I-LOHIUV ; : Pub May T. 14 81 81 '19H4 required to fIle your anawer or
r B O SUtorkaad .Imre line' ch.lc. run IN lIE mTATK 011'JAsM i I 1' '11 10. \T' J.I. ('OS lIT other pledlnt to a ('on'plo'filed
p..nt.-M. Zlll.h Newlln Old plo i BTII.WHT S IS I 5.015 MUlTI' V0VNoTi by 1.:
alona VKh.Ub.il .
P Chum 14 10' Ve.t ; li"THf !>< flOUT
'_Id.nN.. P 1 Ml.. lat Thura, 1.1 pm., Clot Center poltI I ah.>,. lire, dimanc ova I..o } "u"l,. IV .A.4'011TW <4 'HTIt Cots- I henry lot.tk; ; th* gmn.rolealuro Stuart Rotary Club

l.t. I p.m .knnM Rlplld Playara ol. Martin CuuslpPruuld.nlJubt'll. Ml feet! them contlnu* ..Ionc'Hid IV PfR : : :). 1t TV. P'i.ORIilI I to fluId till to
loa. .ahor Him North 13* U' To All t..dlor. ,I I .055 HarInv RI'FIOI fHOBATH >0. 1N4M4 tho property oth- Maata .u..
Cl Ch.pt.r C. h. dlalam of Ml,.8 ( Ixmanda Against ., .. ..wl. th* .IhrglInnsaeontaIn'
,_ R. A.klay l.t.Ird Thura. p.m. (..,.ur.l MeetingLwl 17".l a sold I'N TItOSt.swac. I IN b E. Slant** Maaa*
IdolM. C I fet to th* I"olnt of "."Inll",". fc.tat B OF tha sold Complaint wi PmM.nl
fnd-4ta W. *.m. kM* Thor., g p.m., Bu.lne. M .tli gSt I.n ,' ,, more or and each of you ar* hereby I'...... tITATI TVAT80Vdereaneil t taken. aa .0".0 bv and
el 'o Clrla Lao). Inlet Yacht C."n'.lnlnl nTm and ro.ulred to preaent any, .51)11GM:,TO I KI'SU'I'OKS: eat h of ad laid reuse wilIh.n M.r III I
0 Advl.or-.Hu.an LoulurUtSrd .. Clul.. and. will eonalder nbjiutlon ther. and demand, whleh you. or creditor ''if ih, potato of TKOTICB TO IHUHTOR: proceed .part Ouch .n... ( I
Tuaa.. 7 40 ... Maaoal Tpl Commodore-'Ln Ik Oblertlnn to th* propuaed aal* Ither of you. may It aveag.II".1tWiL JAMB K llliiMvstjy. d".d. All c..dln.of the eatate of A R. or other pleading must b. filed en InnCITY II
Palm R.b.kaha, l.t Tkura. S p.m. Yacht CbS of wild Und ahonll be auhntltledto ,eatat of 4Mb MtEDr are *hrreby. .JIJ'1'1:: ond required I TIN dscros.rd, are hereby o. b.ro. lun. 0. 1564 wIth iFs
Royal.1.Oruod-Mvu.Grur.lloll Stuart Beard .. Realtor .h. Chief ) .. Trunto..f daceaaed lat. of sold Culm- fIle any io..n. doinfe whichthl notified and reaulred to file any _.' Courl. and a eupy mu.tb I
Nabl Mon S IOOP Hall I t h. Internal Jl.ln.. .... "5 Fund. County JudK of Martin HINT how ,IITHIII.* aald vatat claim or demand which they mar elorve Jhp on th. Plaintiff her.- .
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pm Pld.nIR.n.o. TI.. EllIot Htillllmr Tallahw.e. Florl.da Florida, at 1,15 of rue in In bbs office .f the county Judge h... agnln.t saId ..tat* In II),. of. In or upon hi attorney. who .'* .
Btuart.Jna.n Elk. Ladca IgTOKxnlted I Tbu. p.m., .. prior lo th. dnt flrt above Cuncy. S,u.enfs.Id Countv at of Martin Cotintj) Florida In th. fire of the County JittIse! of Martin Ouichteraon Ou.hl..on. P. aDrawer
Ruler-Oaaa ToakarS Stuart Stamp SocUty nientlnneil Th Truatea .,.'.". ."nul. Florid.within eluht ralen t'uurho. Htuart. Flurd.with- County In th* courthouaa IS. Htuart Fo.ld.
P-nu, MondayaStMrt I th* rlarht to declln. to mnk *al. of dar m.nth. th* time of the I, *, .,,, the at $ u, Ford. wlthlivirt cal.ndar Thla Order and Nole. .
SBrtn Cluk .1..nCTbom. H.m.n. any or of cull land The aal t.. flr.1 publication of this oll'.. Fa,'h I dt th* flr.t publhatlon of thla month IS. ole of the publl.hed In The 1.uar New.
1'ld.-ohn Aljet* 10.. p.lD. '.bl Library and u al mad ahall b* aubjert I claim or demand. .h.1 writ- j..f h ilnlni .,r demand muatb flr.t publication thli '.. Ea..)h n..p"Imp I.u.rt. COMMISSION
lat .... pm. Manatw Yacht Club Taurlat Club th* Trimte re..rvln-) unto themelve ItlK and .hall pine* ofmeld writing ind, ",., .tnt* th. claim or demand In writing County of "..U. Florida,
United CamaMraul TratilaraSaalur I Toutk 741, of the phonohate min I most.d po.t offI'uddro* plat reallen, ah< poat-offlc and tnU.t *tat. th* pine or real.dne .ver% ..1 four conaacutlv STUART
Conn.lor-Id Howard Iat-lr4 Mo. P.o.. c.** .rl. and n elal. ami UK nf tha of th. claimant, and .h.1 b* ..0.1 .ddr..nf the 'alniant and must and ". .dd...of the w..k.. .
I lOOP Hull ,'plinl.Int n. titoroitudre.Thr'hsor 10 br 555 ,1.lm.nt. e.rst. orSI b* worn I* l b> II.. UaJmant, his claimant and muat l>* ...n to by 10,51 ANP ORIMERFP at flu.r
lot TU"q pm. Ih..nn tn ,. fu r urfrl11.h ." any aurh ilalm' : ...,, or hi. aii'y, or th. bl"rht or hi. ot.turn. Flu.ld.. 15) 10'1 d.. o. Apri. .. REGULAR
"I..d .to.n.y. cl.I..nl
( Cm.tud.r.sypo.ldm.tMrI
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) O.u.h. EVER TIME A FOREST dorn.nlsrp 1. stsmps or no filed .hull b. void boo'Vo14 n. rlnl tfk '.1. I .1 .. void auoo4i.En.:4.:1 fROTHY MEG
lol. I ao.o fur lbs ln.trutcit of runvrsattt'., H4HOLD O. HYk.RHAa April 10th 1594. ('fun of
lad )0"V.It FIRE tM nttimit of th T runt.... ofth xecutnr of the taut WIll /a, JUMBO TROM SOON. : Martin Countv. Florida 1; P \L 2ad ass 4d
ao. Orr *f PJutern Star STRIKES Internal Imirovetnent. fund of ..n.l Te.tament of JANBt.KHbR E cui >r if tie Latat* of I., vAcVio'VAdmlnlatrator By Caroline 7lambaDeputy MONDAYSStart
W. .lrnM. JoMph Huharta Mrtn the StoIc of Florida \ : : j Thom. of th. Fetata. I..k
) Ms..ako Tampla FARR1H d..4.OFORO BTLWEL .. of AntIs Wo..n. dectamd.BfRTUCK (Jrcnlt Court 8alOCOHTERSOV >
oqp I.I I r.t: f. Jk. .cutor Attorney for Etseutup SJ4 Dnt&r Snout Bym.: A. Ougbtaieom
GVEaMINTA W R Chief: Engineer r. 0 D1 a" 9.. .0. BoW 13 Wet Palm Beach Florid P. 0 D... SBlIrhtIurt4. Always

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