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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: June 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
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VOLUME 27-NUMBER 45 STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1964. 3 SECTIONS-24 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS




... (, :;' ,4 ". :>,: Entire County Setup Is Called 'Vastly' Inadequate'

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MUSEUMS -- ------ -

Now showing at the House of ?'" Down' From $6XH( ) ()( () to $181,500(}()
Refuge Museum is 'an exhibit. I JI < Twenty-year
Fish and Shellfish: of American I
Waters," A free film "Travel to I
the Far East;' by Pan-American I Projection : Slash

Airways will be open to the pub Board in Big i on

lie at the Elliott Museum: at 8 Requested
p.m. Wednesday June 24. Cur l .
rently showing at the Elliott Mu it:

scum is a color print exhibit, "His :t A Martin County (,rand Jurv

tor) of Pharmacy" t. I. ft.'I'I't: with James H. Reunion Jr. as Schools Capital Outlay
I' 't foreman. T H Fitzpatrick: : us vice ;

B.R8R110m: STEWART: S\f ) foreman and Paul U t omhs
!NOW VAIN BOOK HRM II ; clerk has recommended! immediate
repairs to Martin County courthouse -
Barbara Home Stewart, the for U I and Jail- and a le'iisibilily
mcr Barbara Fogle of Stuart, i Is twcnt ear Tax CutForerunner
1 it" survey on a > > projection I
now with the advertising department I -' for modern buildings
of D. Van Nostrand Com I In Us report to Circuit Court

panay Inc. publishers, at Prince Judge C. I P Trow bridge, Monday,
ton N J. ; ;4 the jury slated:
.< 1 At the Grand Jurv first meeting -

WHY VIAL TOMANS r. K pursuant (to the request of the

ARE M> HAPPY! I % I court the Grand Jury voted to A tentative capital outlay budget
look into the dcploruhle and
Martin County Chapter of the .. < crowded conditions, of the jail- of $11,300 for the 1964-63 school

Izaak Walton League has reasonto ) \, .. ;1H the cramped sheriffs quarters and year was set at a work session of
be happy. Detinue proof has the Martin County Board of Education
the
been established that there has beena IN: MEMOR1AM-Ken Tatjc left and Charles Duryea Jr.. members of the American Legion sponsored other courthouse matters in general.Prior pertaining: \to ,. 1l Monday, considerably lens

successful spawning of the strip Boy Scout Troop No 400()( decorate u veteran't grave in Fern Hill Cemetery Friday under the to the inspection ol the "Ijj'JF'; \ than this year and forecasting a
ed bass which the conservationist direction of John W Keller. service officer of Harold Johns Post No 62 American 1-cgion jail the shcrill quarters und of .;; : strong reduction in school taxes.
planted In the St. Lucie. See storyon ; certain offices in the courthouse, ': 'I Attending the work session
Page I-C today. If wantto r which look than two hours
you more
the foreman excused Robert Mac ,i. "
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hear more, attend the chapter's Grand Finds were Superintendent Thomas
Jury Insufficient/ Evidence Millan. "1 i : M : ,I
meeting In the communityroom Immediately after the inspection 1 ('rook,, )Board Chairman )Henry
of the First National BanltFriday the Grand" Jury heard as Its \" kindred and Board Members Jean-

night, June 5. test witness, Sheriff Roy (Baker, H'fi.J.I ; Clio Odont and I Yank De tcf"no.

No Indictments ReturnedFor who explained among other things, ; The board did not go into tho
IXNAt.D KUMM1NGS: IS the (act that the jail has facilities '; ; : .. I second phase of the budget suchas
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A PURDUE GRADUATE lor only three women and lorty :\ maintenance and support of

Donald Dale Kunming of Jensen seven men; Ho facilities for juvenile :,j I .) schools I leaving I it to a later date
Bessey Span BurningMartin quarters and no facilities forth .' the budget must be approved by
uates Beach who received was among degrees 4,070 at grad Pur < mentally ill the sheriff ton.cludc.J ;. .4< '" I1\ tho full board,
by Mating that his immcdi : 1'his capital outlay budget
/
due University, Lafayette, Ind., on : rear'l
Sunday. May 31. County Grand Jurv 1 he jury also found no true bill 'Trowbridge thanked the citizens ate needs consisted of facilities 'to r <: of $18 I is a "drop in the
which has held six sessions since in the charge rape placed by I for their efforts, reminded then approximately: seventy-five I : p f o : 11 bucket" to last year's budget of
Jan. 14, made Us final report to I the State of Ifd vs James Lee that they were factually "on duty pie, including: more women'I qimrIcrs (,.:, t' 'T. about $600,000.! Last year' budget
'FAIIII.RtUNIOS: AT Circuit Judge C. P. Trowbridge Cheney. l until (10() am. June \9 when this a 'juvenile's quarters I n d .. .,. Included funds for the completion
) liE OLD HOME PLACE Monday. After hearing the report Judge term of court ends." quarters: for the mentally ill. Aiijl :\.J of the vfMartuk' County HljU

Family and friends came from In the 10nmo lderioll.pe\IICY "After hearing Sheriff Baker, School.
-- --- -- CHARI.KS: R. IIOLIIY; Republican gubernatorial: candidate
far and neAr to extend best wishes Creek bridJIC-b ming cave, where the Grand Jury then ,voted \to request Sue for BOW schools and new
.- .. discusses bill campaign with James/ li. Watson! St.. candidate
. to Mrs. Charles I). Blakeslee, Stu. arson"has been suspected but not Flow Resumed Through Firelose a report from County Judy .' right/ construction during 11J .4.j( are
art pioneer whefl she observe! proved, the jury "did not find sufficient Evans Critry Jr., Sheriff Maker anal (or Stats. Senate., Jlrd District.. during/ vibitQ\ Stuart, Tuesday Included JJl I At capital! outlay

her ninetieth birthday at the old evidence\ to justify indict. Tux Assessor Clyde Courson fund.
home place on Colorado Avenue lug anyone for any particular offense Tax Collector Alvin Andrews Holley Campaigns Here ,I The board set side $30.000 for
Sunday. Accompanying her here at this particular time. North Stuart's Water; to whether or not they have uif ,. future school building sites, ai
from West her "The Grand that ficlent space for facilities in the
Key was daughter Jury requests suggested by a recent survey by
Mrs. Jeanette McCann; N. B if anyone has any admissable evidence present courthouse for the operation the State Department of Education.
(Brad) BlukesJse, a son, came down pertaining to the Bessey of their respective! offices Republican Hopeful Is Whether the board will spend the
from another Rob Creek he Cut Off Accident< both for the present and in the
Virginia; ton Bridge burning, con- by Immediate future I money this year depends on the
ert, who is with Pan-American in sult the sheriff of Martin County ands availability of site and the cost
Miami, was at the reunion; as immediately : "from these reports other Frequently discussed and suggested
i it that the entire
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blakeslee "The Grand Jury would like (to A two and one-half inch hose Myers obtained the necessary!l evidence, appears inadequate Confident of Election"If by the state is near
of Stuart, a son and daughter remind the public that, in this country restored the supply of city water ; adapters for reducing the water courthouse and juil are vastly and the he south county line' : las site .be
for the
in-law Other kinfolk attending included of Dun, all are Innocent North present ween Parker School: and Jensen
persons I to Stuart at I 1,30: p m. fues- line, and by early alternoon had Grand
a daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. until proven guilty. day, approximately twenty-nine' completed the job. future and that this Jury recommends the general election were strength in November Include: Beach School, probably' In' North
P. Blakeslee, supervisor of registration "Proof, beyond and to the ex hours I alter a tug and three barges : Crowder stated Tuesday morn made a feasibility survey archi- held tomorrow, 1 should win hands. the 'following factors: The entir Stuart area, ami site in the area
and a granddaughter, Zola elusion of a reasonable doubt requires ;I had severed and distorted the eight. ing that Camhron Construction be by an experienced include down," Charles R. Holley, Kepub- Republican turnout, or 80 percent of Tropical Farms.
Mae Blakeslce, now a librarianat legally obtained and legally I I inch main that carries water across 'I. Company of Orlando, presently fed which would for a twenty Bean. candidate' for governor ol of the 400,000) registration; The following construction i is
Fort Lauderdale High School admissable evidence before any the St Lucie River at RooseveltBridge. under contract to the in year/ projection t the entire Florida, told a press conferenceat a further 450,000 voles from Republicans tentatively scheduled during the
con- and
Refreshments were served t 0 indictment can be made" I, : I nection with the supply city of waterto courthouse; Jail. I U the SU Lucia Hotel on Tuesday now registered as Democruls coming year:
this
friends throughout the afternoon. The old wooden burned I "While feasibility survey of the anil Burn vote Booker Park! Two class'
span most primary
I At 8.03 ant, Monday, the tug Scwalls Point and Hutchinson being made the Grand Jury furrier "After touring t the Florida Panhandle -
o in an unexplained early morning and barges, reportedly owned by Island, would J probably be calledon recommends that teml'Oraryrcpllirs I last week, I am convinced I in the Democratic primaries ex room and administration, $30.
JAMES LHTMAN IS blaze more than two years ago. I: Hendry Dredging Company o f to install a new twelve-inch :line: be made to the present that I can do as well against Hums ccpt in Dade County; a largo part I (XX).
RETURNING! TO HOME: It provided access via Murphy I could have done against t of the ( except In DunbaR: Three classroom andadininhtratlon
Tampa traveling east through the under the Roosevelt: Bridge draw- buildings. In the event the feaslnlny as County: :nnJo:
Road to the home of Edward Miler Duval substantial $40,000.
; a
FOR LAW PRACTICE draw-spun, struck the bridge i and as soon as possible alter a further survey shows that a new light, he continued "From now .
since elected county appeared to witnesses to t out : i I I. on, I shall direct my campaign to margin in Orange and neighboring Port Salerno: Three primaryclassrooms
engineering survey and courthouse complex
James Littman of Mr. and Jail
son sioner, and since its the counties, which went 2.1 for S3 j 000.
the which unofficial
of control The pilot of tug, needed, it i further recommended holding votes
Mrs M. G. Littman of Stuart, was road with I is Warfield Three
pass> two more C0l11l11iS'1 Burnt in the primaries.Ilulley : elementary
show I already have
witnesses his
said dropped dragsto polls
that be made for at
a provision
among 165 new Florida attorneys has been constructed classrooms and administration
approved by the Florida Board of and the FCD Miller by act as a brake and the water Outdoor Writers cast three acres of parking spaces Holley added that the primaries saw saxes us a major 40000.. ,
Bar Examiners. The attorneys took ty main was pulled apart and out to he located at the site of the construction were over, and that he had a unit I issue in the general election anilreiterated Martin
a new bridge to an island he owns I of his declaration that he County High School: :
alignment. behind him
their bar examination March 16-U and is shortly to build another just The supply of water to North Are throughout" party with both would, if elected veto any increase Fencing, $1.500.
its officers the state
and were approved and recommended downstream of the burned I' Meeting at In addition to presiding Stuart Training School: Fencing -
span in taxes, new taxes.There
existing or
for the Florida bar in an Stuart was thus completely Cutoff. the jury was composed of his primary opponents publicly I any and sidewalks 5000.
announcement made public Tuesday site.The brid Jcane H Stokes, Fort Niclund, supporting hint wan no necessity! for an Considerable
work
flared into Port such
e-burning St. Lucie as
Increase in tuxes, he said. Instead,
summoned from
Divers Fort
The candidate will be John W Martin Geraldine W. is of the
swornin "It now a question painting, remodeling, and
a i political issue! and eventually,
he he veto $100-I()() moving
Lauderdale could not reach Stuart suggested might
by the Supreme Court on June Conrad Herman J Peitz, Irving for the man
the entire county board joined in I !orate voting of r temporary buildings at utmost
<((2< A native of Stuart, he will requesting a grand jury probe. until 9;10 p,m. Monday, and j Dick Kirkpatnck, executive edi unarek, Robert W. MacMillan, will make the better elec'l 000,000()( of expenditure all I the schools it planned during
make his residence here, with his from then until 3:30: a.m. Tues- tor of National Wildlife magazine/ I Joseph K. Thomason. Herman W. Holley stated. 'I know slate A review of trust t fund (not he year. This type of work will be
wife and four children, joining his --- I day City Manager Joe Crowder, I and Jack Seville, managing/ editor Decker, I'I loyd Donaldson, William i rnmcrtt. Burnt hit never conducted since 1951)' ) would show Included in another section 0 f

father in practice at 211 East Fred Walton water superinten of Popular Boating i will appear R 1, Hurst, Victoria Prosk, Henry anything but a paid politician, who I millions of dollars of surplus Hol he budget.
Ocean Boulevard. Electric Shock dent, and Paul Myers, streets sup on a clinic. \ at the Florida Outdoor 'uhre. William Mathers, and knows nothing\ about it. Icy averred. It is estimated that support

6 erintendent anxiously awaited thedivers' Writers convention at Port St. Henry J. Powell. The Republican candidates assessment 1 Questioned on mailers of par. maintenance, and other items lathe

LAST CIUNCE O\ Fells Carmack At the reports latter hour Lucie Country Club Saturday aft. I of hit potential vole t (Continued on (I'uge 2-A) remaining budget will increase
lilt ROSE GARDENIf ; coming up ernoon. Stuart -,-- bout 10 per cent' due to the addl.!
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out of eighteen feet of water, the (
Nine Iron or new tcnooli. and their
different models of '
I you want to get a look at the He's RecoveringA divers suggested that plans for bouts will be displayed Seville new New Banking I lours necessary support.
rose garden at Redeemer Lutheran i quick repairs of the line should for tests by the writers, There by will I Marlin Are Enlivening the
Church on East Ocean Boulevard be abandoned because of the
also be boat and motor dcmonslra The Bank of Stuart has announced
you'd better hurry. The roses.. Fort Pierce man was reportedto number of breaks.Commission informally tions by Johnson Motors. A fishing new: opening hours, effective Summer Fishing Scene HereWhite Swim RegistrationOn
arc at their verv best lust ""W. be in satisfactory condition at The City met -
In a couple of weeks time they Martin Memorial Hospital after at 7.30 am. Tuesday and I contest is scheduled Saturday June I I. hours Mondays Friday, June 5
II morning.
will all be cut back. having been admitted Tuesday aft- agreed that the hose method of Representative Ted David will Regular/through banking Thursdays will be marlin.. dolphin" sails and landed a twenly-five-pwind wahoo. Registration for swimming
North Stuart apart
shock.ernoon suffering from electric should restoring be water attempted.to Walton and detail governor nominee Haydon 9 a.m.0 4 p.m.; Fridays 9 a.m. wahoo, are being caught in the Ciiution-winning dolphin were of the Martin County sum
COUNTY: BOARD MEETS Burns' 9 Stream off St. Lucie Inlet caught by Thomas A Feaster of
proposed) conservation pro to 7:30: p in.; and Saturdays, mer school program, will be held
According to the hospital report Richard J. Burdick, Vero Beach, Merrill Island' and John D Black.
at the to =
The next of the Martin gram banquet Saturday am noon. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday
meeting Carmack
Billy an employeof Post night Drive-in windows will 'be landed a six-foot, eight-inch white burn Jr of Cocoa Beach
Commission will be heldat Palmer Resigns open June 5, at the Stuart Junior High
County J&C and
Heating Cooling of The convention is scheduled for Mondays: through Thursdays 7.30am ; marlin and Niles S. Stem Dallas",, Twelve sailfish catches were School" gymnasium. Registration
9:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 9 at
: Fort Pierce
the courthouse itioning was installing the air-con- At Jensen Bank I June 5.7 with annual business \to 6 p.m.; Fridays, 7:30: aim T'III.' caught a seven-fool} fournchcr entered for buttons and citations for all other classes will. be at the
equipment in attic: meeting and election Sunday morning to 7:30: p.m.; and Saturdays, 7:30: in .the past week. firM meeting of each cla!>ll.
of Hibiscus Court in Rio when he E C. Warehcim chairman of am to noon. J. M. Hoy, SanlanJo Springs, Fmhmg forecast. : Excellent!

sustained the shock the board of directors, of Jensen I .-----
Tale TwistingBy 'The ambulance of Johns Fun. Beach Bank announced Wednesday --- -- CITY BOARD MEETS

eral Home was called, and Cecil that Don J. Palmer had ten- Conference
Water Crowell Assures
Glean
and Air to Be Kept Stuart's City Commission!l will
Johns and hit staff administered
lACK JAMES | dered his resignation as president .
I ,NN.NMNIN/M/NN" .6 told a regular/ meeting at City Hall
TUB H.IISG COWBOY oxygen to Carmack in the attic and director of the. bank, effective
June 8 at 8
before taking him to hospital. I June I I.Palmer's I. on Monday p.m.

What happened to the cowboystars -- resignation was accepted No Pollution Seen from Asphalt Mix Plant
that you never MW hangingto with regret, Wareheim said. Last Wetk'i Wolher
a bar in a saloon? And the hero Swearing Brings! Wareheim was elected presidentin r>mp'tj! .. lthrb i iM Low Rainfall

MB-M..*. athletes took a stand Who Seven Days Jail Palmer's place, and will continue Water from an asphalt mixing the Florida Division of the League/ : various agencies, including the County Commission- \to "seek In Iluy y 17 :::.. U' :: J:eeway :
to act u chairman of t the .
against Or, maybe smoking the? George Sheffield of Little Dixie board. Robert B. Smith was advanced I enon plant to Inc.be in constructed St. Lucie Falls by Dick-Subdivision I said plants he plant had and checked agreed the there asphalt appears -I I ing Mate the Health company's Department interest,in show preventing formation He stated that the resulting publicity vuy in IV! : :::; :an U: :IY U: :.041 Z:
and
sentenced to in from vice president .
young folk/ who was seven days will not pollute the St to be no cause for alarm over air and water pollution: was unfortunate, and that l iun. I : : n U :::3"V..IJ.
executive vice I : :
jail president
on a profanity charge by Judge cashier to
He aUb noted that he had not deliberately tried to
and re .
a enjoyed a good I Lucie Canal. pollution of the canal. Any water noise. ltur tar week; 7S.
+ Harry[ F. Dyer in Municipal Court and cashier the had been done'' "stir a hornet's nest" But he
of
life without suds? This was the after-discussion decision going into the canal should be zoning area up
Tuesday, I that he said. several weeks before and had been repeated several times that the ;; u 1w .
Supreme
Yep our came from a lengthy
I I II pure Nt.IPtl r.r; ;;; i:w.
z Court MADE DEAN'S LOT press conference Tuesday after The press conference vat called reported. by the press., I/uak Walton l league II very interested *
I Kindred he had talked in wildlife, forests and the I.... 4 I'ill .'<. sills sat
hat allowed the SCHOOL BOARD MLflS 'I Mrs. Fanny Jackson received noon involving/ a committee from after Crowell protested vigorously explained .. sea sic sac ass
degrades to run away with the The regular monthly meeting word that her daughter Judithi the Izaak Walton League Walter I over implication that Dickerson with Crowell and various agencies prevention of air and: water pollution I.I.... a* IU: .i4. Ills It.U
I list vice had not complied with, .. but that hi could not find and that the League will II..... I .til sea II tae
TV networks and now the devil it of the Martin County Board of i Ann Jackson, made the dean's Crowell president of Dicker- reputations I .. t I.141 lie' tI... ISlOtun
taking away Cod't word from our Public Instruction will be held at I with a 3.4 average at Florida State !I son, and County Engineer Fred ,, and Will doing "sometrurg detailed plans for the plant in the continue \to !seek information onqll I. t "'14 ,.11 11'III II:I*
schools (But not Sunday School 7:30: p.m. Monday June 8 at University, Tallahassee, where she' Bell. \underhanded" office of the county engineer. He type of industrial comtruction, Jan. i* .701 aCe set IKS
)et_ See: you there Sunday J I the courthouse.! it majoring la social welfare." Charles: Kindred d, president of CroweD produced\ : !letter from said he then went tq.the Martin (Continued on Page 2-A) _mil* ... ..U 141 1."" .M 11 i.v


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1 A Tlir STUART (Fta' ) NEWS FKJHTH GRADERS DANCE ..... I U_" 1"11 .."" ......._ ..,". '.- t +usatrwwaraa. r.'IIIm' W I MORE ABOUT
June 4, 194VACATIONING I 1
rfomKlay,
The igriih /grade class at War- INDIANTOWN NEWSMRS. OBITUARIES Asplialt Mixing

field School held a dance in the .
IN I

MISSISSIPPI! erehes cafeteria on after May the 28.graduation ex- DOROTHY McALUSfER' Cwreopomfcnl 597-2H7 PAUL S. JEFFERf SR. s Plant Will Not

Riand Mrs Ted Loll and .... '
s;a aeaevasat gaarreavmmaawaa ewe
The decorations were rose white Paul S. Jeffers Sr., seventy, who
In(11 i children. Beth Gail Dchhiend had resided Stuart the Pollute CanalContinued
at for
and past
yellow orange streamers. with
Paul are vacationing in Scmir twenty t years, May 2< atcdarville
I Hold
GAs Coronation
1\\ Mls, where they resided replica of diplomas a n dear' (' N tdw he was
"hln' coming to Indiantown where hanging from the streamers The :a i prominent farmer, and had been ( from Page I I-AI)
Ru ton It of the Baptist king and Christine; Ha
pastor queen were with the Farm Home Adminl tra. limply because sometime people
hurch.: senhuhler and Mike Gilliam. MemorialOn lion and auction master with the Unintentionally slip op"
AtDanklin
(edarville Auction Market. 1 At the last County Commission

He was a past master of the meeting Kindred asked EngineerBell
BOX OFFICE OPENS
(I Masonic Sulome Lodge 145. if waste material from I h l'
tuart 1n May M I ., DunUin Memorial Lott, quoted her scrlptur and her F&AMSurvivors, plant would go into the canal and
r Sllo:41fE Baptist hurch held a G.A. coronation mother. Mrs Vivian Lott, crown I include five children would the material contaminate
with the theme "Lead On, ed her daughter. ; canal.
Yp' 7t30 Mrs Kennard Hildreth Sr. Mrs. t the
King Eternal The music in the program was Karl Dix. Paul S. Jr., Robert W. Bell reported at the time thai
The girls receiving maiden played by Mrs Faye Williamson, I Sr., and George D. Sr. He I is also.II the water would go into the canal
Wednesday and ThursdayManager's awards were: Mallory Bell, Carol After the ceremony a receptionwas / I survived by his father, John W but not before the State Health
Carroll Debbie Lott, Sandra McAllister held Cake and punch wereserved Jeffers, thirteen grandchildren and Department was satisfied it would
Barbara McClanahan, ; and enjoyed by all 1 who nine lreat-andchilllren. not be contaminated:
Appreciation Nites Debbie Shires, Roxannee Tastula, e
attended Interment was In the Cedar Hill Following the report of t h*
Irma Lou Williams, Linda Faye
Have a Fine Time for a Dime Williamson, Beverly Yoder and Cemetery, Cedarville. meeting made a flurry Dickcrson of telephone calK

Sadie Yoder. ThiM girls received Warficld Holdspromotion TAMARA BIANCIIF TILTON were citizen to by interested -
alarm
ADMISSIONS their awards from Mrs Evelyn expressing
Holt Exercises Tamara Blanche Tilton, infant Crowell explained at the press
daughter[ of Mr and Mrs Clem I conference that water coming from
10cROCK The girls receiving ladylnwaiting Cox Promotion exercises for War- enl E. Tilton of Kobe Sound, died MR AND MRS. W. A. RUTLEDCK the plant would go into a settling
awards were: Debro Gail field School held Thursday basin and would into
were on In Martin Memorial Hospital Friday not go the
Lott Susan Shire, Dona Gayle May 28.American May 29 Rutledges to Observe Their canal unless the basin should ov
Spill Sandra Strothers, Sandra
crflow which he said unlikely
Legion Post 312 She is survived her was
presented
by ,
parents
Williamson, Darlene Wright, Eve-
HUDSON STEVE REEVES lyn Wright and Susan Wheeler a call to colors: and the one brother, George lillon, onesister Next SundayMr If it overflow* it will go into
Mrs. Bertha Spell presented award invocation wa given by Rev Bruce Delores Tilton; paternal Golden Wedding a ditch: a considerable distance
"THE SPIRAL "DUEL OF THE Church of from the point of overflow and
to these girls The queen! Mm Beth Gobbelt, pastor of the great grandmother, Mrs. W. H.
Christ Smith of Stuart; paternal grandmother and' Mr* William i Rut- miles west of Rockford.: the water should be free of pol-

ROAD" TITANS" Awards The eighth grade class tang Mrs. Marie Tilton of Hobe Rockford: Ohio, ':Stuart, 1 They are die parent of three lution by the time it reached the
Assembly "America' Our Heritage" Bill Hart- Sound: and maternal grandfather, wilf observe their fiftieth wedding children Madeline (Mrs. Anderson canal
Held atWarfuld arfleld ,. nett delivered the address Sal Tricarico of Hobe Sound anniversary there on Sunday, He also' explained there would
Charles J. )
Lois Mrs. Berry
), ( be smoke involved the
American Legion awards were Graveside services were held June 7.She no in op
Friday, Saturday and Sunday School held an awards presented by Ray Hoover to Laura In Fern Hill Cemetery Wednesday was the former Opal both of the Rockford area, and I eration, and any fumes from the
; assembly with Mrs. Floyd McAI- Britch: and Wayne Mother' The morning at 10:30. Johns Funeral Warthman and they were marriedon John of Conroy, Ohio. They have I asphalt would he in the immedi.

CIIARLTON IIESTON littler presenting awards Kiwanis award, a $50 savings Home was in charge of arrangements June 10, 1914, at the home of ten grandchildren.They : ate area of the plant and quickly
Perfect attendance awards bond, was presented by Jimmy Mr. and Mrs E C. Warthman. have lived on the farm dissipate He stressed that the
were Rhines to Wayne MOI er. They will welcome friends and most of their married life, but 'proposed plant is a mixing plant.
AVA GARDNER to thirteen students and
presented Promotion certificates were presented !AIRS NORNA BEST ST. LOUIS relatives at an open house from now also have a home at Stuart and not at all like an asphalt' plant
Five teachers. The students ,
were: to the class the ., the I where they spend several months once located on Cabanna Point
Debra Garrett Pat Clement Car- by principal Mrs Norna Best St. Louis six 2 to 5 pm next Sunday at
DAVID NIVEN R. Max Thomas. Mrs. Jeanette Jesse Anderson each visiting relatives and Crowell further stressed there
ol Garrett, Trudy Heine!, Henry 1 ty-eight of Sunrise Inn, Port Sew- home of Mr and Mrs. year
school board member and one-half friends would b. no oil slick coming
Odom
about one
Miller, Stanley Nickle Terry all, died in Martin Memorial Hospital -
from the
Nickle, Linda Cranmore, Evelyn was a platform guest. Friday, after a plant"I
55. DAYS ATPEKIN.G" Clements, Dianne Sheltra, Kay Students who received certificates brief illness. A Mtiv\f: SenecaFalls assure you, oil cost money
of Stuart and if oil he'll haveto
Movie spills
promotion were: Annie Lou Anderson New Dutton of anyone
Howard, Juanita Sheets and Wade Wade Barnhill, Patricia N. Y., she lived most of her pay for it. Mr. Kindred if you
Barnhill. life in Rochester N. Y. She had
Laura have calls in the future that oil
Betryhill Billy Bowling n
been resident here for the
The teachers were: Mr. Crandall Britch Ronald Brown Rose Bur- a past coming from the Dicker n plant
Mr. Hoover, MM Martens, eleven years She was a memberof Sponsored by Stuart Chamber
relle, Sherry Carter, Ronald Clem. the Church and and you probably will, please come
Mr.Myer and Mrs. Thomas, who Presbyterian
enti, Thomas Cochran, Kenneth out and check the report immedi
the Rcbckah Lodge of Rochester.
has had a perfect record for four Craton Michael Dearien, Dar She Is survived by her husband, Viewers showed enthusiasm last island museums Circle T Rodeo, ately.
Adventure Beyond Belief years lens Elmore Susan Elmore, Cecil Clarence W St Louis of Port Thursday afternoon at Martin Martin County Fair Martin Memorial Bell told the group he would
These students and teacher received Gaskms, Marlene Gleason Mi. shortly ask the County Commis
County Public Library at a preview
Scwall Frank E. Craw matrims
one son citrus ,
; Hospital,
groves
-* 1iO- a new $1 bill chael Gilliam, John Gosnett, Patricia showing of E. W. Dutton ; sion to adopt the Mate regulationson
ford of Leommstcr, Mass one
The student who have been on Gregary, Evana Gincr. sister, Mrs. Gertrude Thompson; latest film, City by the St. l.. icie," 1 the library]! and Woman'sClub water and air pollution, and
WALT DISNEY'S"YELLOWSTONE the honor roll all year were: Sandra Christine Hasenbuhler, Lynn N. Y and three grandchildren which will be used as a publicity courthouse, water treatment noise. He said i the county presently .
01;
Besaw, Robin Gruber, Jeffrey Helsel Stephen Jones, William Syracuse! I medium by Stuart Chamber of plant, and flower farms are among has regulations governing watcr -
Thomas, Betty Barnhill, Pat Keaton, Selma Lathley, Paul Lott, Funeral !services were held in I Commerce seventy-two different subjects covered pollution, but does not have
CUBS"CONTINUOUS Clement, Barbara McClanahan, Joyce Messer, Ronnie McAllister, Johns Funeral Home Chapel on A Chamber of Commerce committee in the uxteen-mmute film rules governing air pollution and

Sara Waddell, Ricky Barfield, Don Moss' Wayne Mower Linda Tuesday at 10 a.m. with Rev Syd- aided in planning the cot- "We hope to raise several hun noise.
Penny Hoover, Debbie Shires, Nickle, Michael Rafferty William ney Lowrie, pastor of Jensen Beach or-sound film.Opening dred dollars toward paying for Accompanying Kindred to the
-- --- -- -- -- ---- ---- -- Sandra Thomas, Debra Cox San. Rafferty, Connie Rippin Cheryl Community Church officiating' with aerial views that this film and making copies tot meeting were A E. Ballard of
dra Williamson, Randy Wright, Sears, Judy Sheltra, Dennis Shires Burial was In Fern Hill Memorial show Stuart's unrivalled waterways distribution," said M. Ronny Nel Palm City former manager of
Stephen Jones, Ronnie McAllis Roy Trussell, Robert West, Bar Cemetery. location, the film swifty shows son, president of the chamber. the! chemical engineering plant of
FROM hIS ter and Wayne Mower bara White, and David Woolwine. yachts and commercial craft on "Any donations should be earmarked the Clinton Engineer Works at

YRI e4 FRIDAY, SATURDAY Mr. Thomas presented certificates Special thank were. given to ILDFBRANDO D'ONOFRIO St. Lucie Canal and various viewsof for the movie. Oak Ridge, Tcnn, and formerly
Mrs. Marvli\ Keller county music with/ the Chemistry Division of
AND SUNDAY to these:! students. modern buildings in the down
coordinator A for her part" in theprogram Iblchranda D'Onofrio, sixty- business districts and shopping Kodak Research Laboratories; and
town
Safety Patrol awards were presented nine, of :112 Washington Avenue Bolita Charges F. W. Dille of Palm City, a retired
1 Wednesday and Thursday to Patricia Gregory Thomas Coral Gardens, Stuart died Fri- centers.Sport contractor
fishing for sailfish and
Adruince, Sums Elmore, David
MORE 'A80LTF'Republican diy, May 29, at Martin Memorial
Woolwme, Pedro n Hospital A native of' Italy, he tarpon ocean surf fishing black Placed Against
YULBRYNNSS y fickle: Roy eerfohn Gos- came to the United States in 1916 bass casting sea turtles, and bird- More tubes than are a manufactured billion collapsiblemetal each

RICHARD WD3XARS. lieU and Michael----0.Gilliatn. Sees and had lived here two years He covered.life are among natural attractions Puerto Rican year to contain a variety of product .
member of the Catholic
was a Stuarts Memorial Park, the ,!.
GEOE6E CMHISISaMhNIUttSIOII Enjoy Camping TripOn in Fall Church.
Victory ,
FIJQ He is survived by his wife, Anna Guillermo Bolles Rios, known Steel production, if it I h con
M.MMMKaSQUiCOUfiUIITUUTKn Friday night, Mr and Mrs. D'Onofrio of Coral Gardens; around Booker Park as Willie, was tinued at its present rate i is .expected .
FROMA5MH& Lloyd Smith chaperoned a camp- (Continued from Page 1-A) three sons LudwIg D'Onofrio of New Officers arrested Friday night in connec- to surpass 110,000,000tons
.t Ing trip to SaniKprit Park in Port the U. S. Navy, Reno D'Onofrio tion with a bolita operation at In- this year
i Salerno that lasted till Sertday titular interest to Martin County, of BellmOre, Long Island, N. Y. duintown
afternoon. Holley made the following points: Henry D'Onofrio of Brooklyn, one Garden BoardNew The thirty-year-old Puerto Ri.
1 1. He believed the laws on the Fastaia from Port Nicholson'sShip's
Those who went were: Bobby 1 daughter Mrs. Phyllis of can Mayaca was arrest
Rogers, Monty Slrothers, Bill sale of submerged land were adequate Staten Island, N. Y.; one sister in ed alter road blocks were set up
but that a state departmentof officers and chairmen of
Otis Jr, Wayne Martin, Ray Tole- Italy and eleven grandchildren by Sheriff Roy C. Baker and
man, Tony McAllister, Stevie Mc national resources was necessary Funeral services and burial will standing committees, who form Deputies Tom Wyatt, Frank Pre- Lantern
Each case should be decided the executive board of Stuart Gar
Allister and Margie Smith be In Brooklyn Johns Funeral vatt and Floyd McAllister,
and on Its own merits. den Club, were announced at the
Friday SaturdaySunday Home in of ItalianAJnericanRESTAURANT
was charge arrange- : Rios was charged with aiding
On Saturday afternoon most of 2. He was not sure that the Friday session by Mrs. J. W Hus-
ments. 1 and assisting in the of,
on the boys returned home. .governor of Florida should get too sey, president, as follows: and conducting a lottery.promotion
tee bllope Saturday night, Janet McAllis- far into the erosion question until FINAL RITES FOR First vice president, Mrs W. A
tl."r JonSunday the campers, and on the matter was studied by a department MARY T. KANE Gesner; !second vice president Mrs He wn jailed but later in the Seafood
1 r end ; Mr. and Mr*. Floyd McAllister at Mate level. C. E. Hennksen; recording secretary evening released on a $2,500 bond COCKTAIL LOUNGE
and Charolette McAllister 3. He would support application Final rites were held on May Mrs. Raleigh Blackwelder; About $200 in cash books, and PACKAGE STORE
came for dinner and swimming. for federal aid for the St 28 in Holy' Sepulchre cemetery, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Max slip were reported taken from PIZZA
Lucie Inlet if it were to help navigation North Andover, Mass, for Mrs Auerbach; treasurer, Mr*. Howard Rios' car and pockets I
s ANNIVERSARIES but not if it were for the Mary T. (Donovan) Kane, wife of W. Neail. FAMILY NIGHT Every

aAGlobal Mr and Mrs. Edwin McAllister erosion control of Jupiter Island Alvin B. Kane who died Jan 13 Tabcbuia Group chairman, Mrs. Nearly five decades before Sir Thursday
celebrated their thirteenth wedding Holley stated that he foresaw at Rio: Robert H. Foster: co-chairman: Isaac Newton stated his gravitational CLOSED TUESDAY
on June I. little difficulty In getting along I She was a past president of the Meta. Carl H. Turner: award principles, Francis Good U-Mile from Shopping Center
anniversary Mr and Mrs. Richard Yoder with the State Legislature, but admitted Barracks 854 Veterans of World Miss Helen Funnel! birds and win in 1638 wrote: "The Man in On Route 76
celebrated their eighteenth wedding that he expected not to get War I Auxiliary, Jensen Beach. conservation:! Mrs. John McQuigg, the Moon" in which he described STUART, FLORIDA
anniversary the same day. along with two members of the A native of Lawrence, Mats, chaplain Mr. H. H. Thayer; the moon'* lesser gravitational at- Telephone AT 7-9722
she I Is survived her husband
cabinet Earl Faircloth attorney by Christmas flower tour Mrs Paul traction.
ALSO JORDON ON VACATION general, and Thomas D. Bailey, three daughters, three brothers and S. Bryant, co-chairman, Mr*. James -
superintendent of schools whose' nine grandchildren.Lawrence Garvey.
Chip Jordon, son of Mr: and philosophy. Holley said, wa "at I Barracks 126 of Vet- Door prizes, Mrs Charles Green- Having Transportation Problems?
ahI".RDUTAYtfI.kEITRIA IffItI r Mrs. George Jordon has a three- complete disagreement" with his erans of World War I and its Auxiliary lees, garden therapy, Mrs Dennis

weeks vacation from Sorrento own conducted a memorial service. Hudson! ; high school gardeners, Talk to RALPH BATES
Academy An all-state meeting at Winter Mr. C. H. Munch, horticulture,
I lie has spent part of this week Park Langford Hotel on Saturday -I PHILIP FACFN Mrs Robert Fenton; hospitality, NEW AND_ USED CAR SALESMAN: AT

in Sebring visiting his grandmother June 6, should see the start Philip Fagen, seventy-one, for Mrs Edna Ashley, membership
EJlEERT ( iaisiN After his vacation Chip plans of a "Put Florida First movement many years an area resident and and hostesses Mrs. C. E. Henrik- WEB ORDWAY MOTORS

to attend summer classes! to fur designed to institute the business man, died on May 28. sen. SOUTH US. 1 DIAL 287-0955
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday ther his credit count, so he may I support of registered Democrats He was a native of Ormond i Memory Lane Mr*. Hugh L
graduate sooner. for Holley, he concludedSEYMOUR'S Beach and had been a resident Willoughby; parliamentarian and YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALERS

.T......... "" 1 u here for the past twenty-two years. remembrance Mrs. W C. Armor; COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION CENTER Get the facts,
iiBilIliili ., .., :, He was a member of St. Mary's program. Mrs. W A. lesser, publicity a Web Ordway Ford Used Car In
i u ; lSI nBsJrllljljirrjgYBapnrlligipimrryltn! ; : youll put or your driveway
INN Episcopal Church of Stuart. Mrs. B. D. Fulton; registration
VNIVUULon am* He is survived by one son, DanIel Mrs. William Walters, telephone

D'' "Go ahead,Captain) I J W. Fagen, and one daughter, communication, Mrs E. F.
Mrs. T. M. Rickman both of Stuart Mattox: trees, Mrs. Paul Hove
Release your '''!''ii The Home of Good Food Mixed Drinks ; two brothers, Captain Hope man ways and means Mrs. C. R.
hostilities on met! ( iili Fagen of Fort Pierce and Arthur Evans, and year book Mrs George THE MANATEE YACHT
+ + *
I don't nan! Fagen of St. Augustine; one sister Faller.
you to develop i ij SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY Miss Faith Fagen of Memphis -
Tenn:; four grandchildrenand CLUB RESTAURANTPORT
ulctrl"
an two greatgrandchildren. Mrs Loren Baker of Los Angeles,

3 PIECE ORCHESTRA. SATURDAY NIGHTS Graveside services were conducted Mr*. J. W Cherry of Marathon SALERNO-AT -
2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY by Rev. Norman B. Feaster Shores;, several nieces and neph 7. 3558

rector, m of Fern All Saints'Hill\ EpiscopalChurch Memorial: ews.Funeral services were conducted is dosed (for

Cemetery Friday at 4 p.m. Johns in Johns Funeral Home Chapelat
Funeral Home was in charge of 3 Wednesday, with the

ii FRANCES IANCFOPD'5JENSEN (; ) arrangements Rev.Baptist S.m Church Taylor of, pastor Port Salerno of First, VACATIONSWiUReOpen

GEORGE ALBERT SCAMMELL officiating

iila GGER.OOfRl : George Albert Scamraell tlxty- SIRS SARAH STILTS WANES
j la laJ ;; ; one, of Fifth Street Port Salerno,

-ANGIE DICKINSON ANI died Saturday, May 30. at hit I Mrs. Sarah Stiles hranek, sev
of Gull Harbor Palm
I tan after brief illness. H* was enty-seven '
j- BHEilKRI-JMIB I I GREGOW.BOHaiESU i BEACH, ON THE: INDIAN RIVER: AT a native of En Gall* and bad been City, died In Mama Memorial
:: _UIIIIWL'IO$MI8I... a resident of Port Salerno for the Hospital Tuesday June 2, after a
ij! ) SIODII LANGFORD MARINA AND VILLAS past eight years. brief Mine**. A native of Camden -

1 1'I. J--BOBBY DARIN= H. N survived by hia wife, Eliza N: J., the had made her home TUESDAY JUNE

_It"" gent MetrL.aMr tnana i iIR beth Saa mdl, of Port Salerno; here for the past one and one-half 16car
: .,...aM.Ya.ama.WYeaWWr.r.1L11Atli \ DINNERS ONLY fiv. sane George ScammcU of tile year*. She ww a former resident
.' v -, r U. S. Navy, William Seammelt. of of East Grand Rapid, Mich.
i e OPEN AT S P.M. FOR COCKTAILSDfaacra Straubinf, Germany, Jock Scam- She I is survived by on* ton, Barclay g'eU the Best in
e dally,acre dajt a _a-6 to 10 .... mew of Fort Hood, Tex Ricky !meek. of Gull Harbor; onebrother
LUNCHES DISCONTINUED FOR SUMMER and Michael, SounmtU) 'iJ port and one sister in the north
li e REGAL SUMMER PRICES ON MfcMU: Salerno; two brothers tufMMSeammelt Private maul ervtcet WIll NhM FOODS AND SERVICE
side ii aad Nelson M. S&amell in John Puiwrat Home 1

!: 'WruiLL1U' ud..i8idlltiltuuuun..liu.uiV .. "Whir the Stars Meet Cmi FFowl fir,. watr*. Chapel Wedtumhy evening, J\me .
Mrs of Germany, 3, at *,

.w



I Tin I till Utl;a 'Itlrld 1 tiFWS fhnr r ..1k Bonnie Louise Pitman Is nwIWwIN"MVNM N N... #H t N!:


Rosarian Academy Graduate $$2,346,292 in Permits


M I + Bonnie IIMI ,i Pitman t the third )OI1r. lu.t,l ill the reopivnt I
d-lllghtel nl I Mr' and Mrs ('lifVteir of (ho gold medfl 1 award far exwUtfnce Building/ eonlinucs lo boom" in I
j Martin I aunt ,shoe 4.19
ton PL'rJ\ Street inns graduated ( in wmU history( and art.tend ) r'l
I from i Rosarian Academy the Courtesy Co-operation ; mils. totaling I..'.I4i ,19'1
sVca! Pale Beach. Si idaN. May I .issued during the first i IIVI months
i i and. Apfilienlion award in all 1 t I I
1)I/ I W64Nmet
She\ stan .1 member oi the Ro\air. -5't >-three 1"'r11IhI'ere! i Issued ro
'hlll."ll' She was president of the Art
Honor
Gaiety< for ,
in the City it Stuart tar
Club, treasurer of t the studint
$4149 0; with i9! m the iinmcor
council. of the French
ereiirv: I poratcd part of Martin County tot I
tr a* a1 Commander: Tilton ('IubhlJent reeiptionist, t leach SI.89.7-2' and "seven on Sc\v
/ A Back at Quonset ers assistant and vice president ot 0 : alls Point for J<8.!f.00( ),
Audio Visual' Club ii In (he first five months of '1961,
Jt. Nays I eiilennnt omimnder MUM Pitman plans to attend 196 "permits were "issued in the
Charles N hlion son ,it Mi und Pine !Manor Junior (C\l1cIC.: two Jflt count> for a total of $2. a Mrs \\' B I liltontl "Unsui Ikaehrcccnth year liberal arts college for won ------- I

returned to the Nuil Air I en. Willeslev Mass There she will An accident prone driver usual I.I ....
Station Quonset /I'mil R Illlh her first the colleges MIS'i BOhNlE I" PIfM.tN I
I
I spend year on I> is aggressive. a truant In school'
eat I* M Helicopie 1\1I11\uhI11.1I1n\ Squadron I Wellesley campus nn,1liII -- -- [ and frequently in trouble in the I LILTSTON'Spl'FICE
Nine completing .lI1tl-l.uhmar. be a member ot the first class to More than 21,5X( )) U S uli Arm). but whether Intelligence/
me warfare training; / operations graduate from the new seneniy. jean stud 5UKK) other national' blood! pressure personality eictects I : F.QUIPMIWr I
;r aboard! the ,Intt-uhlll.u in' warfare eight/ acre campus In Chestnut II II, have received I I'ulhrlj/ht/ program: or reunion lime have ansibmg) I Ipsccolu! Avenue %K7.% 99
s aircraft earner I'SS' Fssc seven miles closer to Boston. _grants. I to do with it is not ceituin:
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3 STARTS TOMORROW







"'... t.;:;.' "' 3 DAYS ONLY


JIM OREAR and Guide Bill Abbott display a string of bass which they caught Tuesday morning on

--Burke- BeavcrtjiK'.---O'Rear had a real tussle with the seven. -pounder on the left, ,
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I Banks Seeded, Channels DredgedAt




Lighthouse Point Subdivision ds ,"kD i ''a


\,,. ,, I I With major: development work
/, e -r 1 finished at Lighthouse Point, finishing I
i touches arc being added that
e j I are making! it one of the moil t
I beautiful all-water.front residential fLPii '
parks in Florida. eu,
I The gently sloping bonks on I ho
miles of and / ,
I river waterways are J ,
now being !seeded and mulched
,:. yr, .yeN and all the avenues are being lined .I 0 ) IB 404 :
with foot ficus
ten- trees. In a (w
few short years these graceful r rp GENERAL ELECTRICFROSTGUARD
tropical trees will form archways ,p '
Jr
'
,
.M. C 'down all Lighthouse Point streets I f 14
An ei&ht-foot deep channel wan
I dredged out to deep water in the I .RErRISERATORFREEZERNO
St. Lucie River last week the
I final step in the major develop. MONEY DOWN .as Dtlrtillnf: mr, ict' HtiIn
ment work. It leads into the gracefully FrtiiwlI : DEDfl00M Alfl CO DI110 IEB
I if tan grim rear,
curved of i
BANKS of the wide waterways at Lighthouse Point are being seeded I waterways Lighthouse REG. HoldmptotlllbilJMdi '
and mulched to protect them from erosion and to promote the feet deep Point and which are feet sin to wide eight $ Out Shilvnl' The Ideal balance of .
eighty $239.75VALUE ONLY
Growth of Argentine Bahni grass, Several model houses by .1 rVciliM Viitiklt Driwiri! cooling and dehumidification \ .
art uldcrs are now Slu'l I for sleeping comfort
and open' for inspection and $17997 p.rw.rt.Aatvaumg" J Instant lnstalla on} (
"
ers are under conduction ", 12-Ib. I built in side panel? '$11995Modal 1
for the first residents
are Hearing 95
.. completion and others are being e 2 Speeds lightweight easy to hand!* '

I planned for early startsTen e 2 cycles 28 9 With Quickly removed for Itor.,. RP204A

; Tnll'' .* Bedroom Qujat "

Teachers I ........ _MI

i' Plan Studies 19" PORT ABLETV NO MONEY DOWN\ __

-

.L .'}: ; .> This SummerTen RANGESPECIAL

"ro1)RFDGING '
:. r:
$$4 P' '
of the thirty teachers on p Four Can Play!
the faculty of the Stuart Junior
High Sehool: plan to attend sum I 8.
a channel out into the deep water of the St Lucie met institutions this sumimr
mathematics
Mrs June Bowling
River from the waterways of Lighthouse Point
teacher, will attend u mathematics
institute for Junior high( at the r
University of South Carolina, Columbia
/
Mm Nellie Cundiff girls physi /
I OF YOUR INSURANCE cal education instructor, will attend ROLL
ALL WITH YOUR summer school at Concord ,

"AMERICAN"' AGENT MEANS college Athens, W Va AROUNDBASE 1.t .
Marcil Crespil has received a
grant from the National Defense '
.ducation Act to attend Florida '
State University, where he will be
working on an MA degree i in

languages .
Gilbert, Douse received a NSF .
GREATER SAVINGS grant and will he attending schoolat p, :;: __-' ""' I 99l Vj wre.

NO "GAPS" IN Teachers George In PeabodY Nashville College, Tenn for :l peerless Forged Onl i 30' /Porcelain l Complete Badminton Set

Mrs. Margaret Peterson will be Imported German a Lifl-Off Dour
YOUR COVERAGE
in Memphis, where SM and Mr.
I5n Peterson will be attending Memphis 2-PC. SET a No Drip Cook Ltackete.,. Paine, Ntl, '>>lr4' Included

NO "OVERLAPPING"OF 1 State University
PROTECTION James Parrikh will attend !schoolat SCISSORS Top Backyard $ 44
Stephen F. Foster State Teachers 4
College in Nacogdoches, Tex Sell Sharprning Bonawat
MORE PERSONAL Mrs Elizabeth Link will attend 2& kt Gold !

SERVICE the University of Denver. Denver, FinishIt..,.', ",rythlnf nwl 4 for hour of family' fun

Polo 05 f;..y lo"fup\ In your yard or at plralct. h'contains
will attend
CLAIM SERVICE NSF Frank Institute Pittman In geology and! earth an 39c' ,,et. 129 I IV.I. \ fickett, jhwtU' ouk Dtul. pasta, ... wd rub book

UNEXCELLED !!science at the University of North .. CeN
YV,1s,
Carolina, Chapel Hill N. C. A t 1Z
Weldon Allison and Charles : =-
Munch will attend the extension 'I.OTS
AMERICgNli I of the University of Florida in Pine QF SAVINGS
West Palm Beach. Both
Jog Camp "
De
u iscw are social studies teachers. SHOW YOUR COLORSFIAG ALL THROUGH THE STORE

r Grove Worker Is -

SET

h your fnwranc. "scattered arovrxfT Canal Victim BUY NOWSAVElm
V you have your fire Insurance with one
agent, automobile' with another and Comvl.te .pleoe Eas.embls, RaMly To Fl* Portable
of Indiantowa Fan
The
body an grove NOW ptY?
still more insurance with someone else I worker was found last Thursday $ IS ft Douhl. '
then you may not have all the protection under a tractor in about six feet H mm..d Cotton. Fl... '
you think you havel' Be sure ad.. 1 In "" ''h.n&talon 267Cti 3 speed 78 i I
you are of water in an irrigation cujjl belonging S-lnrh. KM!I. iton ollt For Wtndoui + C
quately protected against loss. Call us for to Alcoma Grovel "' Aluminum buff; 97
I Vw .PPf *wI of your insurance today. Otis Jackson, thirty thr of InrludM Cant H>lv.rd, Boa fan ventilate or RGUTAR
Booker Park, was found ?; the mountina call br.b. Your Now Tae etreulaU*, 'anftty 'frill 72 I

an irrigation employe canal at by the Will groves.Holbrook Jackson .. ; *.CompleterI.. .s Etlquette!11h M.-a HolUUy' pf.pl!" yfj 1 h rea&r..na,l'.M rearA IUiI |"CE IRAKGOODYEAR

had been missing since Wednesday
JILL! BERRY I afternoon.
Agency Jackson had been mowing
grass, Sheriff Roy C. Baker said
Apparently when the tractor reach
6q COLORADO AVEMX; TELEPHONE 2$7.O91u ed the end of the field Jackson at- ; SiRVICi STORE
(empted to turn it around but fail!
ed to make the turn and tat! train
ItD1eSEtflltOsll tor rolled over into the canal.

( 1 i-M tt! !!!1 cAta tlca CIILUeQ, Ili; I eney Justice ruled of the that Peace Jackson W. C.death Cav- 2874242 257 E, OSCGQLA 281,42"3t

was accidental'



TIIE STUART ((Fl,.) NE1\ Thursday. June 4, 1964 Ghoul" +'00000000 i.,,11.,1",, .
Port Salerno Breaks Ice Alvin McHardyGot met,il l lubes lor toothpuMI j r l',
"
.. .., produced each year by
*" '.' Ion t'O\1I
l" : :!"f- I T TJ4 Hole in One U. S. manufacturers
\, With --- --
J/.., : :: : t 6-1 Win Over LionsPalm -
....
I
:t\ ,. I At Local CourseAlvin Now at BAILE's
(
ny and Jensen! I Lions retained I PONY STANDINGS: !

their I lead in the Junior i, (June I inclusive," ) W L T lilt: NEWEST OK
S. and Pony Leagues. respectively" : Jenwn Lions .... 4 I 0 McHardy of Sluari mule NEW BOATS
41 last! week Palm I Tri.Southern ...... 3 I 0 a hole-inone Saturday at I h e
& &% a City winning 9.3 i Daly .. ... 2 I 0 Martin County Golf and County) The
against Rotary on Friday, and Jencn Flower Grower .... 3 2 0 Club "Imperial""V
I \ rs I Lion beating Palm City Ponies Paul' Standard .... 2 2 0 I The holc-m-one was made on Bottom LapMrake (Hull
I 1 H-* on Tuesday. Palm City.............. I 4 0 hole fifteen with a threc-iron. 1 The lull Double Bottom
Port Salerno finally broke the I Ideal Sports .......... 0 4 0 drive was 175 yards Playing with -ALSO-
I ice in the Junior loop, with a 6.1 McHardy was Bill Ctcckley
jc { win over Lions on Friday JUNIOR STANDINGS I It has also! been announced the Tile "Aristo
I I Other results were: I (June I Inclusive) W 'L T club needs: players for mini-cluh Craft"IIVRI
Palm City.... .... .. 6 0 0 Vero Beach 10P
I I ICivituns Junior: Elks 6, hobo Sound I; I, Elk .....................6 3 0 matches for men at June 14 .
2, Kiwanis I; Hob e 'Rotary .. ........,..:..v.3 2 1 Country Club Sundav should ill( Both BituN Available In liiUmd.
v Sound 7. Civitans 2; Elks 3, Kiwands Lions .......... .........34: 3 0 Prospective players at the Outboard' and Inboard-Oufbuard
I I I I I. Civitanl .........,..,;....1r4 4 I phone the club or club.sign up 10 MIKE! A COMPLLU: .,
Pony: Tri-Southern 20 Pauls Hobe Sound ........ ,6 I I Martin County mMR.BLIounu: : .
I Standard 14; Flower Growers 13, Kiwanis . .. 3 7 0
Palm City 3Legion, Port Salerno I 5 I I WON: GOLFERS LOOK AT OUR
I I -
ARE IMtRIALNH

Gen Luce won the 18-hole mulch "WEST BEND"OUTBOARD

: ; I Baseball to Open I II play tourney at Martin County !MOTORS
.' Golf and Country Club Tuesdayand JV4 to 80 IIP.
With i Betty Maddren won (the 9- I
'''')4"; I Sunday Double-header hole throw-out contest :
.t s.M I Afterwards members of .the I a'
u' ,+ Stuart will again have American In a double/ -header, starting at I Ip dies' Golf Association of Martin BAILEYBOAT
""' --0" ol .. .., ,. 11 r ..-.1tv, :- w_.. -- '_ I Legion baseball competition this i iI .m. at Sailfish Park Cliff Rollins, County were guests of Jane O'Kelly -
I I year, it was announced Monday Martin County Senior High baseball for swimming, lunch and bridge Company
II ANNUAL PARADE to the St 1.ucic River near the Pelican Hotel nion.il Park, Stuart American Legion, VFW, and World War I I by John L. Taylor, commander of coach, will lead the Stuart
was made by the group following Memorial Day services at Me. Barracks members participated in the ceremonies. Harold Johns Post! No 62. team Thailland grows eighteen \arie i\1.Jcn CD Beach 287-0936

Stuart will play in District 12 Boys between the ages of fifteen ties of bananas. n' __n _un __ _
... against teams from Fort Pierce, and eighteen on Sept. I, 1964, are a--- r
r Vero Beach, Melbourne and Satel eligible to play. The team practicesat
-j---- lite Beach Sailfish Park at 5:30 pm each WHITICARBOAT
Donald Kirkpatrick, post uthJlctic afternoon. It is sponsored by Stuart -
1 1o director, merchants and business menThe .
r ,., 1. j 1 reports that Fort
p | Pierce will provide the opposition rest of the Stuart schedule WORKSWest
t' (on opening day, Sunday, June 7, follows the starting time at Sailfish Lake Off Indian Avenue, Port SewaH
y l Park being 1 p.m. !in all cases. MARINE\ RAILWAY FISHING. TRIPS
Wednesday. June 17, Stuart at
__ Here Is Peanut Satellite Beach: ; Sunday, June 21, CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
___ Melbourne at Stuart ((2)); Wednesday NO 1 MARINE\ ENGINI
___ I June 24, Stuart at Fort Pierce; Rural Route No. 1, Stuart, Florida Dial ATtanttc 7.2466
___ League Schedule Sunday, June 28, Vero Beach lit BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE
__ Stuart ((2)); Saturday, July 4, Satel
: for AI Inc., Taxidermist
Agent Pflueger
__ 1 lite Beach at Stuart ((2)): Thursday,
The Peanut Baseball League op July 9, Stuart at Fort Pierce, Sunday
I ens on Saturday, June 6, at Sailfish July 12, Stuart at Vero Beach
f Park, when the first of three (2)); Thursday, July 16, Stuart at
four-innings games Harts at 9 a.m. Satellite Beach; Sunday July 19,
GOLFNew
A similar schedule will he in Stuart at Melbourne ((2))
force each Saturday for the next
six wed; '. w'th!' all games being
BASEBALL TRY-OUTS SET I Martin Golf & Club
f played at Sailfish Park. County Country
Here's the entire schedule: Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Sr. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right |lust before crossing
iti June 6. Hobe Sound Jensen,
at Phillies will hold a two- Kiwanis at Mathers, Port Salernoat baseball try-out school at Miami Bridge
Palm City; June 13: Sunrise at Stadium, on Friday June 12, and NEW SUMMER RATES -
IlPt Hobo Sound Jensen at Kiwanis, Saturday June 13. Work-outs on
.I Mathers at Palm City; June 20:: both days will begin at 10 am COMPLETE Greens Fee
o j; I IY Ii Kiwams at Palm City Port Salerno Baseball-minded youngsters between 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50
o I i at Jensen, Sunrise! at Mathers; the ages of fifteen and twen
o 1, June 27: Jensen at Mathers Palm ty-one are Invited to attend, and

.tJ. ; ; City at Sunrise, Hobe Sound at are requested to bring a glove, uniform ELECTRIC CARTS -- f.'
Port Salerno and spiked shoes All play.
18 Hole ..
o DALE ANDERSON, Claw, of 1964, receive hit diploma from VALEDICTORIAN Arden Brannan: left, and Salutatorian Virginia July 4: Palm City at Jensen! Port ers reporting will be given the 9 Holes 3$300.
Thomas L. Crook, superintendent of schools, at Friday's MCSH Decker lead the parade of graduates,; to the MCSH commencement Salerno at Sunrise, Hobe Soundat regular school course, with every >
graduation exercises, Friday. Kiwanis; July I It I;: Mathers! at chance to display all the skills of MEMBERSHIP $100,00//'
Port Salerno, Palm City at Hobe baseball. : 'i
-- Sound. Sunrise at Kiwanis; July Dale Jones, the Phillies' scout MF.MBFR.SIIIP' IMIIUION HE 1'"
__ __ . . ..i 18: Kiwanis Port Salerno Math ing ,supervisor and coordinator in SINGLE MEMBIRSIIIP: .. 80,00
-- ers at Hobc Sound, Jensen! at Sunrise Florida, will be in charge of the DOUBLE MEMBtRMllP: 10000DRWNG

- : -p .- _. tryout school ___- .Ju rF; ,.A:\Q Umi'ltlE .GOIK' SHOP
MIXED DRINKS AND LUMHrONS:
I Paul Matthews Graduates BEN HARTIG PHONE:


At the Air Force Academy PRO MANAGER 287- 2274THANK


Paul M. Matthews, twenty-one. ''I
of Stuart, was commissioned an f
I Air Force second lieutenant and

received his bachelor of science

t' 3 DAYS' ONLY degree at graduation ceremonies ,

b Wednesday, June 3, at the U S ,; I i iI
Air Force Academy in Colorado I

Lieutenant Matthews, son 0 f !
Mr. and Mrs Vernon G. Matthewsof w
Stuart, will be assigned! to pilot
i training at Moody AFB, Ga

I ewwwd.a The new Air Force officer, a

: : NEW .20 % OFF' I z"' School graduate, received of Martin special County recognition High

at the academy for his military
WRAPAROUND TRIAD, 'I achievement by being namedto
with over 1,000 the Commandants list!! three

I ,td.: rIPpin 'dl". Now Safely, All-Woalhor with Wrap I -round times Lieutenant Matthews was a

member of the academy's sixth
'.", Tread for moro Traction & Stability f graduating class Cadets must com ;,
+ w 1 plete 18614 semester hours of
NEW'
.'1 "1>t.. college work during their four '
OTRGlM1INED.a LT. PAUL M. MATlllbttS. : years I'

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Cote spent the Mrs. Harry
TUft1YN .,,. Dosing
T000NENED
TREAD- ,, I:,Triple-tempered cord for NSTWllaraltt usa saurdrosm daughter weekend and in Jupiter family with the!ir recently. We hope that -I and Supported Me in the

-loughtrt rubber ;N < extra etiength. 6.00113 $IUI $310 will be fully recovered. Primary Elections.
forautotiret\ S ;r 150113 a $15.15.1615 + Mr. and Mrs Rontld B. Cunip- Mr '
t zs. 2202w 405s and and Mrs. Everette Garrett
sty daughter Rhonda, have
iI< .d T.eo less left for a visit have left for quite an extensive DEAN :
1.0014 26.13 525 2090 to their home in TOOKER
,i..r; t. NO MONEY DOWN! 55oa16 2165 1.75 2290 Newfare, N. Y. En route they will trip en route to their home in I'
'
"' 6.70115 2210 45S 182S slop in Arlington Va. to visit the California. They hope to returnto
,
ft, '. "NE.W" 7.10111 2615 125 2090 grave of President Kennedy They
.
their
.y FREE MOUNTING\ r.60a1S 216S I7S 2290 will also visit Mrs. Cumpsty's family cabana here in the autumn. IJ'.iJ PutltlaU Adv.rtlHm.nU
}if t -? UVE-ACTION, t ._ .y '.20111 32.00 640 25,60 and go on to the Poconos in -

k.:' Putt J CENTER mora Tufiyn RIB "NOLIMIT1 ] "PluT.I. '_0" __ Perms)Ivama CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.

!f T with........ GUARANTEE! Mrs Jenny Banks is leaving this
: 'bi ONLYUOOMORElorWBITEWALLS week for a visit with her grandson EVERYTHING FOR YOUR BOATING PLEASURE"
) ,- .. in Eastman, Ga.

I 1 it, NE\Y COLLECTORS VVtBUlVir panics The usual were bridge played and at pinochle Clement I BARGAINS IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I

; Hall Tuesday and Thursday afternoons -
18 STIRRING SONGS GOCO << .

fl---- r featuring GOOO .iEAR 1 Mrs. Georgians Holferth is leave AuthorlcedCHRISCRAFT

dR 10 OUTSTANDING ing for the summer for Walton, r .: x..
TSONGSARTISTS of our TIME! N. Y. Later
UN' C GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE LIMIT"*GUARANTEE she will visit Mrs .. 'SEA SKIFF
t Mo Umll en months Me limit en man 0 No limit ai to roads Ne Edna Slromingir in Pennsylvania i
0 0 limit..lo tpMd.for KM wittre Hre of!the nod..ALL NEW GOOD- Then Mrs. Hoi'forth, Mrs. Strc- JOHNSON MOTORS DEALER THUNDFJt: IXk) OATslAJRQAT11G1lERf
urn mmger! and her daughter, Mrs.
$1 I AUTO TIRES AM GUARANTIED agilnit[ diltctt In workman-
C A$3!! ship and nuttrlal* and normal road 'hands, except rapalrable Evelyn Hanng' will visit I I the --
:: : Worlds ..u;R
Fair
puncture u.IF A GOOOYEAK TIM FAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE m New York In i
I Value .ny of more thin 80.000 GoodyMr_Ion In till Unit*) SutM and July, she will go by plane to Ni .. ACCESSORIES
; NOTHING ELSE TO BUY Canada will make allowance on a MW tire bated en original troadcJaptli agara Falls to a !square! dance convention -
I fwnalnlni' and' : current"Ooodyw Price.1. and will I go on to Long AFI SERVICE

:... . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . . ....... !dance Beach convention Calif.. and! to another square Mrs. ''' '
1"" in Hawaii GRUNUAAN4.A MARINA '
Rosa Alpeter will accompany Mrs. .
Hofferth as far at Syracuse, N. Y. AMERICA'S FINEST ltNEl ?
GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 440 ROUTE 707. RIO-JENSEN
Frank Zisccherk! is leaving soon BEACH .
for Chicago ill and later will
I go to Hawaii! for the dance con
2874242 257 E. OSCEOLA STREET 287. 243 vention.


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po- ; a. I THF STUART (Florida) NEWS
1 I rhursdaj, June 4, 1964 S-A


'Mayas Mystery'At

Tropic Farms

ex Baptist Church

I
M \ new .trot. unusual+ motion pic*

...._.-. '.'.''.'....'-''. L .... ._......._... I lure enttled, I "Mystery of the
-
-I II I Mayas will he shown Friday

Evangelist wiescr X74SSK or Herbert Rosinarm I I night it 7 10 at Tropical Farms
7.J |119.| Baptist Churh. This film presents
Revival Leader at I There will be two retreats for i the story .of f the Witt! earliest civ*

Assembly of God girls thirteen to fourteen at Cen i ili/ation d rmcd hthe Mayan
I acle retreat house in Lantana The Indmns It tells of .i "people extremely

The Palm City Assembly o I fiN will. be June 16-17 and the ancient bind extremely religious
God Church will:: hold a rewial\ second JuK 14-H. for more information who have a particularly
beginning Thursday, June 4 III t I call Mrs. Philip Schratwiescr Interesting message' Ix our gen
7:45! The Rev. Roland Blount. who I 287.4558. 1 eralion
is blind. will be the evangelist I i. The film wits produced by the
FIRST CHURCH tfr CIDUS1 Moody Adams Evangelistic Association
Rev. Blount is
f
a graduate o
.
SCIENTISTEast and will he shown by
Southeastern Bible and 1

has been in the ministry College for! nine Ocean Blvd.. Stuart q : : ,. ... ... J.. \. .I '" ., from Ronny Baton Mayo Rouge a dedicated I a There layman will

>ear. He spent four years as a Sunday morning service at 11. he no admission charge thougha
music and youth director at Pleas. Lesson.sermon subject, June 7: GRADUATES of the eighth grade bit t x, I I., of t vhoo' are left to right, front liam+ Campbell ,Keith" Iambic. Charles Hudcpohl Evelyn Vines!' Ralph Hartman free-wdl offering will be received

ant Grove Assembly of God, and God" the Only Cause and Creator row: Stewart Van Kirk, Jeannette Stel "a' t ., \. .h.I i h I''mcs Wcgncr Sister Mary III, Richard! H.ti l'1e'l'I, Father Jan Jamisrcwsk, J flu graduation ceremonies were to cover Mr. Mjyo expenses :<

has spent three years in evangelistic Denise, Yvonne Rosmarm. Timolrn M.( wit i I \\ ,i'iian''!" ,, Kiele. Carol Raphcl. Back held at the church on Sundry evening, /M.i\ II I. A reception followed the !I. The iihowmg I ix open to

work. Sunday school, II am. Nursery row, left to right: David Heaton, Patricia' t 11111'1'111.i| AI hl i Moore, John Rinaldi, \\il- ceremony: all interested persons, according
Rev. Blount and his wife have provided .-- to Lewis Stancil Trxipicul Farms
been residents of Jupiter a little Wednesday Testimonial meeting. pastor
over a )'ear. They sing together 8 p.m. 12:30: p.m. The Matrons Class diiIron X 11:10: () am MnV Dubbcrly Circle will not meet this Eighteen Catholic Graduates +
and he sings solos and plays the Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave will meet at 12:30: p.m. \ ': I Mai tli is tlin.ctor week.
accordion and organ. The churchis nue: Monday through Friday, 9:30: Morning 1I'rhlpCrvice will 'ho Veterans Group
located next to the Palm City am:1230: p.m. ALL SAIMY EPISCOPAL hiM/ al 4 HI Sunday at which IIOBE SOUND SOU1II1RNMKIHODISl'. In Exercises at St. JosephI Aided Success of

store. Christian Science radio program, Jensen Beach tulle the pastor will K the speak''

"The Bible Speaks to You" may cr Ihc first meeting ol the Inter I I third annual gru lualion eetxiscs \. I Moore! Patricia M Murphy, Craig Memorial MassThe
.
RtDlEMLR: : LUIIIUUN be heard over WSTU Stuart Thursday, June 4: 10 a m? Holy Suiul,IN school will follow morn. national Chikl Evangelism I each R. Nichols, Carol b Raphel John
1450! kc, at 7:15: Mondays.Topic Communion Intention: "For the : Mere luld at St. Joseph) I Memoriil Miss.. held at St,
p.m. I ing worship at 10( :45 and M under ers Training Program will he held D Rmaldi Yvonne W. Rosmiirm.
Services are held Sunday at for June 8: Protection Sick" Holy Unction following the direction if Winston Wood- Thursday, June 4, at 1:30: n in I ( huieh on Sunday), Slut .1 11 t. lather Jeanette T, Stefan, Stewart J. Van Josephs' Catholic Church on
dccmer Lutheran Church at 10: from Contagion Friday, June 5, St. Boniface: 6 Mill at the 0II1f Mr and Mrs I Jerome Martin addressed the Kirk, evelyn M Vow" and 1 James Decoration Oiv. May 10. to dean
a.ni., with Bible class and Re',1 a.m., Holy Communion. Intention: I Finch, I I homage (his nation war
tpvurih league fellowship Rusict Telephone 546.542if 1'"I"I\hl.'nen. I Father Jan J imisettski I II Wagner I .
school at 915: am JFI10VA1IS WITNESSES "For the Church in Germany." will he held 3und,+l evening at you need directions. Phil Rauru / administrator of Si. Jose The highest scholastic awards was a success due mainly to the
"This Is Life"
the the Kingdom Hall, Brltt Road Saturday, June 6: !5 I to 6 p.m., 6:30.: There is a class for each bough, the Tri-county LC.E.F Uis. |'h Church, clistrilniiL'd. the ill were presented to Yvonne Rosninrm progressive and promotional ef-
TV be 9 torn of Vclirans
program can seen at a Sacrament of Penance age group. including adults trio director will, be the instructor i and McCord The the of World
Members of the Stuart plomas' Henuliction 0f the Most Timothy
Channel 4 congre.gation War I
over Sunday. Barracks 854 and Its Aux.
of Jehovah Witnesses will Second Sunday after Trinity, The evening M.CMCC will he held We extend an invitation to worship Blessed Sacrament: was: followed religion award was presented to
"More Power To You" is the iliarv of Jensen Beach
of Dr Oswald Hoffman be attending their Circuit Assembly June 7: 7:30: a.m., Holy Communion Sunday l beginning at 7:30.: The with us. Our regular services by a program dedicated to the Carol Raphil The cm/in awards Phil Kirse
message 9 pastor, Rev I Durward H. Knight, are: Sunday school, 6:30 Voss and commander of theBarracks
am : to
next 7:35 in Orlando this coming week. ; morning prayer p m ; memory ol, our lute President, John were presented fvelyn and Ruth Hill
Sunday evening at : over
,
Holy Communion. Summer church will he in charge! worship service 745; Rev Harlman III Perteet president
p.m. )
end. The the Munici Fitzgerald Kennedy Ralph
WSTU the Lutheran Radio program in of its
on t\\r Auxiliary, 'and"
pal Auditorium, Central Florida school begins The prajtr) service will he held Charles O Bennett is pastor The program, written snit' die lend: .nice awards I for the year all!
Hour. of the members worked ,
Vacation Bible School at Re. Fair Grounds, will include local Tuesday, June 9, St. Columbia: each Wednesday at t 7:45! The sub reeled by Sister I M Denise SSJ., earned by Carol Ruphcl! and Craig to make this, Memorial tirelesstly Mild
deemer will Monday experience, ministerial instruction 7 a.m., Holy Communion Inten ject of cipilul punishment will he ST. MARfS IPISCOPAL "V> Proudlye Hal", was a tu. Nichols. Athletic awards were pre successful
next
commence at 9. Mrs. Charles and counsel and will begin tion: "For the Missionary Workof discussed on Wednesday, June 10. Summer Schedule: hate to President Kennedy and the sentcil to Jeanette Stefan and

morning Friday at 6;45 p.m concluding the Church'HRST United Stiles in verse and song David )teutonA All of
Antos is superintendent of the Summer schedule is in effect is e oldet
Sunday. June 7 at 6 UNHID: (llt'Rdl' Ol (IIKISI It featured the H title Hymn oft ----- -
p.m. have .
Vacation Bible School June 8.19. follows: Sunday services, 8 a.m states ragweed which Irr!
each weekday morning from 9 An important feature of the PRKSBY1IRIVN (('ont.rcllntional|: Paine ('II)) Holy Eucharist; 10 ..01., Mains?, I the Republicmerlca" the method 1 of making electricity tiles hay>fever sufferers but Alas
till noon. Saturday afternoon program will Pine Lake Drive Beginning next Sunday June 7 Holy Eucharist and sermon. There lieautiltil In the' Summer of with loni/ed gas hits been announced ka has no ragweed and ho hay.

The rose display garden can be he the baptism! discourse for those Sunday 9 a.m.. church school Kcv J. UiTlum, Marson of Pomciana i : will be a nursery it the 10 am and His Anunca Years; llnl Our I to the ("Chief Theaccompanist .fever problems_ ,
enjoyed for another three weeks. desiring to be baptised Follow service for children six( and Heritage --- -- --------.1
(classes for all ages); !10 a.I11., worship Garden. will serve as the sears Miss I
was May
It is a riot of color at the present ing, at 7 p.m., the film "Proclaiming service. supply and interim minister Rev. under. Choir rehearsals are dis- Holmes

time The church is open every Everlasting Good News Aroundthe Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., choir Marson has preached here several continued for the summer months A reception was held in the NEW\ SUMMER HOURSOpen
day for meditation/ / and World" will be shown, and a
prayer rehearsal.Rev. I times, and has held interim put- for tho
meeting room graduates,
record attendance is expected. This A Lowrie and brute for several churches I In .
Sydney their families and friends, following I
picture, in color, has been enthusiastically EVERY TIME A MON. TUlkS. WIiD. and FRI.
sr. JOSEPH CVIIIOI.ICThe Rev Malcolm A. Harris will con Honda since coming here almost the program The banquet tuhie ,
,,
received in various duct the morning devotions 0 n seven years ago. FOREST FIRE decorated
Masses on Monday. Wednesday STRIKES was with a center
Thursday and Friday will lands. The public is Invited WSTU at 745; a.m. during the Coming from the First Baptist piece arranged by Mrs. Nellie from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m, .'t4- p.m. to 5:30 p.m
Local meetings at the Stuart week of June 8-13 Church of tong Branch, N J..
be at 8:30: a.ni.; on Tuesday at 6 Pezioni, rose garlands and silver
Hall
will be
canceled
Kingdom
On Sunday June 7, the guest alter serving in churches in 1111. candelabra Refreshments Often THURSDAY & SATURDAYfrom
a.m. and on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. June 4 and were
St. Joseph! School will close for June Thursday 7. Sunday, speaker will be Daniel L. Force, r; YOU GET served by Mrs. Dm Clark, Mrs
the summer on Friday, June 5. from the Louisville Presbyterian I Paul Kohler and Mrs. Edward f 9 ant 'til NounHELEN'S
t
There will be only half-day sessions Seminary, Hilt topic will be "The Kin lIu.
of school this week. FIRST METHODIST Creator Concern." The graduates were: Willlum J.
Friday of this week will be the Sluart Circles 2A and 2B will meet on "" Campbell Ralph. W H irtmim HI
first Friday of the month dedicat Wednesday, June 3: Chancel June 9 at 1 p.m. at the home of I" Richard T. H.irless, David A. & MAXINE'S INC.
ed to the honor of the Sacred choir rehearsal begins at 7;30 p.m. Mrs A. Sydney Lowrie, 169 Ocean BURNED I Hcalon, Charles R. Hudcpohl, Wit ,
Heart of Jesus. Masses on First Thursday. June 4: Persis Circle View Drive, Jensen Beach. Circle hum A hide. Keith W I limbic.I (OMMIRCIVL! : SIRrl E:r JrNSIN: : BEACh
Friday will be at 8:30: a.m. and will meet at 9:30: a.m. at the church. I will meet on June 9 at 8 p.m.at I I toothy 1 J McCord 7clm A .
.
.. .
the home of Mn Charles Jctte, r- -- -- -- ,
6pm. The morning Mass will 1 be The Wesleyan Guild will have te" ,
followed bv the Benediction of their dinner meeting with installation I Palm City Road, Stuart.
,
the Most! Blessed) Suarament and of officers at 7 p.m. ... "
the Litany of the. Sacred Heart: I Friday, June 5: the junior choir STUART SOUTIItRVMETHODIST I z t:
(Confessions in preparation for the will rehearse at 3:30: p.m. \
First Friday will be held Thurs. Sunday, June 7: the worship 1 I
school will be held this
thy from 4:30 to 5:30: and from services will be held at 8:45! and Sunday I .
9:45, and will FORD
7:10 to 8:30 p.m. I Ham t Church school will beginat Sunday morning at :
be under tho direction of Rev.
) "
.
A teen age retreat will be heldat 10 a.m. Junior and Senior MYF .
Charles' Bennett. ,
Our lady of Florida Retreat will begin at 6:30: p.m. The service I 8' rla .
House in North Palm Beach June Monday, June 8: the Men'sPrayer morning worship
for this will he held!
30-July 2 for boys ,sixteen to Group will meet at 7 a.m Sunday at ;
eighteen. Reservations may be Tuesday, June 9: the WSCS: I1 Rev Durward H Knight pastor I
will be the ,
made by calling Philip Schrat- will have an executive meeting at speaker.Pastor's
office hours held
arc ,.
each week on Wednesday after !== VICITIOI ?

Enjoy the Slimmer Season noons from 2 to 5. The pastor RIV: J, WI, MAKSONnois
I : may be seen at other times by appointment I
With New "Do"
: a from Mas I'' 'Jchuscld! : and New Jer 1
The "Hour of Power" is held say lit; Manson ,retired fray
8 PARK PLAZA each Wednesday evening begin i a long husmesonericnee to
nmg at 7;45, and will be under the prc.ich being| ordained hy Ihc i
BEAUTY SALON director of Rev. Charles Bennett Chicago Baptist| ( Association: j in

317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2838 1929 : :
The
SALERNO: SOUTH*.RNMkTIIODISI sermon leI1Df:8 t
OWNER GEORGIA IIARDWICK ter around the 1 theme i I
ing, of Our hailh" An invitations
OPERATORS VtLMA THOMAS BARBARA IIUNTER Vacation Bible School is now extended to the public. sA1:11Ex
in progress and will continue Services are as follow: Sunday
i RECEPTIONIST BETTY IIARDWICK through: June 12. The school ,is school: 9:45 a.m., under the di+'
= held daily, Monday through Fri. red ion of Judson Mmear, superintendent .

with classes for all ages
Morning worship is at I II I clock.
A special prayer meeting will
x held Friday morning at 1(1(
clock at the home of Mrs. Lena
: I Fcigel, Michigan Avenue Palm
z\::::! ;f FOR THAT City

xs Q A committee is seeking to se
cure another regular minister as
WONDERFULFEELING soon as possible to follow Rev
I awrie Sharp: who served faith i :
for several sad Comenlble rrldeopen vxelonat
4 OF fully years the epsn compcnaon champ


FINANCIALSECURITY HR.Mmnisr Stuart

THIS VACATION GET AWAY FROM
Wednesday evening ut 6 the 3

Sunday school council meeting OLD CAR WORRIES. TRADE 'EM _
will he held in the church fellow to

a; \\ sss INVEST ship hall with the Beginner el I Department IN ON A NEW TOTAL PERFORMER
as host At 7:10() midweek '
f prayer service will he held FROM FORD. HURRY IN AND SAVE
REGULARLYAND. I in the church sanctuary followed
at 8. 15 hy the chapel and chancel AT OUR VACATION SELLING SPREEOur'64sarethehottestsellingFords
choir rehearsals Ihiirsday morn
ing at 7 the men'a prayer meeting z
will he held in the pastor's study,
J"r EARNS The Mable Bogges Claw will In history. And we're keeping 'em hot
meet at 7:45 Friday evening at with
record high trade allowances on
the home of Mrs. Marguirette Stuart
The Builders Union will meet top of our low, !low Ford prices. With r Aaneeporbcaupe o/fer.
% at the home of Rev and Mrs F. the widest choice in the industry46 wine bask V n the lebret:

H Watkins to complete the study _____________________________
of the Book of Books under theleadership models in 5 lines-we're sure to -

of Rev J. W. Marion' have just the car for your family's '
Next Sunday Rev, Fur
I INTEREST morning
rest H Walking will ipeak on "I I fun and fundslVACATION! .

I Shall Return Services are held
Compounded I each Sunday morning at 8:30 and
0 1 I 11 At the evening service at 7:45!
+ he will speak Thou Shalt AND
Quarterly No'... on Say gab''


:I: tinue Vacation Monday B/hie through School Friday will from con NEW FORD 111 !I falcon Witfxioiti tfl ,

Fi..stllo..tgage Corp. j I 8:30: until I i each day. Crto79cv ftofctrfot
Tuesday morning at JO-30: the

OF STUART I I des Belly will Mills meet and at Fay Kickliter Taylor a Camp Cir AT OUR PRICES YOU CM AFFORD BOTH !

and Rev J. W, Marvin will leach .
East Ocean Blvd ACTOM from th. Courihoua In Sluart Dial AT 7.0122 I a hook on prayer. Those attend

ing should take sandwiches The
Corner Atlantic An.. and Indian River Dr. In Ft. PUrc. Dial HO 1-3180 Las Amiga Circle will meet at the WEB ORDWAY MOTORS

i' \\, \' i I home of Mn Margaret Meggett
1945 20th Sirt JO 2
\a -2300 V.ro Beach i iI
iI I at 6:30: Tuesday evening for a ,
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'I J "" .... of Clay (Bill)) Woodward now
I" working at Grumman Aircraft
RE8UUM4S ISO'sABDEC .'
Engineering Corporation Ana.
KAPSEALS 09 ., .... tive of Nitholls, Ga., he worked
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: of 'the first! Methodist Church Kindergarten, are left to right, word, Claude McKuhcn, Nancy Gottron, Chrissy Boners, Mike Yarboro, Jim Hoi- I for home the Atlantic Coast Line in his
for before
front row: Laura Chase. Marie pore, Lynn Weber, Joame Bennett, Dale! Athy, Les man Frank DaviJson Jill Cooke, Ric Ricou, and Christ Rollison. The graduation I state eight yean
to Stuart three
BIO. Its !4.OhCEPACOL lie Cromwell, Edna M.ic Kirby, Karen Wilk ,Back row, !left:to right t: Todd,! Tipv was held Friday evening( May 29 at the church. coming a signalman with the years Florida agoas

ANTISEPTIC 59C' East Coast Railway.

Davis is married, and with hit
Langford Park wife Clara. two sons and two
lIEe.1.73103 OF II daughters, lives in the city.
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TISSUE BRIT IATHROOM 10 ROLLS 88 Now CompletedElectrical $$220,000 Sum

work at LangfordPark
Nile Days Today Thru femmUv at Jensen Beach has been State Comptroller Ray E Green
** completed, according to an announcement said! that race (track tax fund checks
by Fred Bell, county for $8000() were mailed to each of
engineer the sixty-seven counties.

a & Several employes! of Florida Green said each county his
Power and Light Company con received $220000()() front the fund,
tributed their time on Saturdaysto during the current fiscal period
I complete the work. which is an increase of $21.000
$ c Included in the group are: John over the same period last t fiscal
j ( Min hew. J. R. Nail, Walter Rein year One more check will he
1. V. Little, Garland Rowell Angelo mailed to the counties before the
Semprim, W H. Williams, new fiscal year begun.
The
I 'Richard Tatum R. N. Chandler payments will set a new
J. D. DeLoach, Richard Gab, F. record. The highest received by
s; I E. Moore Lee Munch, D. W. each county since the tax was
; i passed was $206800. which was
McCandlew. A. J. Dubberly, A,
LAIROLCONDITION fiscal .
paid in I962bj
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HAIR D. E Rush.Study .
About 20 per cent of the families .
in the United Stale now own

:, 2.OZ TUBE y SPRAY I Master Plan corporate stock

Rea. Ls I For High School EVERY. TIME A FOREST
Dlsoou at O
DIRICEILED PRICEDI .e Consideration of a master zoning FIRE STRIKES
Y p'REO plan for the area of the new aMSxrr ,
r Martin County Senior High School j ji YOUGET
I was postponed by the Martin County 4
."'" '-":"";.. ,=- .-. .. ___....JL- .;....,u;:..... Commission recently until I its I
new regular meeting on June 9Commissioners BURNED
1ROOP 54 GRADUAH Shown with troop leaders, Mrs How. program next year. The girls are left to right, seated: Dune Hart
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II I and Reiner lift and Mrs Bill Scott right are the seven 'fly-ups" Rosie Hogan Miriam Varvil, and Pam Rollison; standing, Denise I Edward Miller
t VALUE REO. '1.00 and Jack Williamson said they had
M eiaew. of Swart Girl Scout Troop 54 who will enter the Cadet Scouting Rosmarin Cheryl Coutant and Mary Jo Huemng not had time to study the new j I MODEL OF NEW


ay LIFE HEAD ANDSHOULDERS II Achievement Awards Are Given to Girl Scouts of America master CISES! plan FILED ISnRl'Urr i MINIATUREHEARING AID GIVEN


HOME SHAMPOO Twenty.nine members of Stuart badges were awarded to girls who will"fly up" into Cadet Girl Scout. these seven "old ladies" reminiscing (COURT Chancery) Stuart Florid

1 188 unit 6 7 C Troop 54, Girl Scouts of Amer. had chosen! to complete the requirements I ing next year. These are Denise of the good old days," with I A most unique free offerof
\ PERMANENT their Coutant : Federal National Mortgage Association
Members
lea received their achievement on own. Rosmarin, Cheryl MaryJo the younger members of the troop special interest to those
i i Our tiw PriesI44 TUII with perfect attendance records Huemng, Diane Hart, Rosie acting out their memories. vs. Kyle Caudill et al, .
award at the annual Court of received a scrapbook Hogan, Miriam Varvil and Pam Guests for the evening were foreclosure mortgage; Oughtersonand who hear but do not understand

Minor held last Thursday evening :Seven members! of the troop. Rollison the program featuredWARRANTY _parents and friends of the girls. Otightcrson; words his just been
announced by Van Co A
at the community room of Ellen T. Bank vs Henry D.
the First National punk of Stuart. way !\Section St. Uicie Estates Banks, complaint for divorce, tnic-life, actual size replica
$9,800. Rogers and Rogers. of the smallest t Van Co ever
Troop leaders, Miss Dill Scott and "j)
Mrs. Howard Reiner presentedthe I DEEDS FILED Austin R. Silvester to Charles Ronald A. Hurst vs Carol A. made will he given absolutely'
I }Hurst complaint for divorce free to
awards Troop badges. earned Moran Jr. I of 256, Bon Air Beach, ; anyone answering this
COMPARE'AT 12,95 by all the girls,, were Hospital 1- Jupiter Island $3000( Oughterson' and Oughterson advertisement Weariest it
Janelle Cook Donnie R. In the of
vs privacy own
Indian
ily, Lx> Camper, Note! Th. traniuctlon flguraiflvtm 40 E. and! lots 12 and 13 your
range ; Cook
Worldwide divorce; Elton Schwarz. home without
My below l .re..tnn.t.d from cost or obligation
Troop, Games,
northwest of State Road! No 76, Eight I. R. Grads .
mat r vimu ''am""" arflxtd to Christine of
Gladys Gulley vs kind. It
Toymuker, Gypsy and Sign of the tha dneda at tha ratS of Ikcunti !section 18, township 39 S., any t yours to
Arrow Many other individual PIT Stun In caara wheneon.ldrratfon' 41 E $336,100. range Reside in MartinEight Richard D. Gulley, complaint for keep, free The size of this
la .uch '
# .. r.Unqul.hm..nt nominal of Srustes..hip. divorce T. C: Houk. Van Co I is only one of us
COMPARE AT ILES or .smuts ran. whar notnon.v A. J. Wilkie to Viola S. Pohl. of the fifty-seven graduates Elizabeth. Ad.a nit vs. Darrell many features. It weighs less.
chant. hand, atampa !len and Hilda S. Allen. Lot 4.
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Indian College D. Adams divorce W R.
at River Junior Scott.
WHEN I".lIcat. a nl.ndater minimum than a third of
an ounce and
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!block 9, First Addition to Arch
Inaianovawb 25. C. Hall Richard
1100 valim. Thvra art commencement on May Renny vs. Scott
TO All .ra mora atatnpa ate plaood Heights. $11800 its all at ear level, in one
TIME are resident of Martin County Jr. and MoWn F. Scott tus wife
than actual
22 PC. ELECTRIC 9 9 on valu I an 'th"Inatrument transfer, put pf>rl. Betty Long Lester et al to Henry They arfRobert: foreclosure of meehal}C" lien; T. unit. No wires lead from
odloall comptroller'n. oWcoInvimlliatia Grien. lot 1, block 26 Port Salerno M. Chason.' son of Mr. C }Houk. body to head Here is truly
I I tama In
no a '
p which !... atampa, appear t o $300 and Mrs. Vernon Cbason. Keoncth new hope for the hard of
HAIR CLIPPER Q !! : phwwl than th, tatwarranted Coral I Gardens Development APPLICATIONS FOR heari a.These.
I. 1h N.wa takm no R. Crandall nephew of Mrs. Eth.
rtainnalblllty for the ..itlmatd Corporation to Amanda C. Barber el C Hancock; William G. Lyons, MARRIAGE LICENSES: ; models are free

Complete with all attachment valuation. Lot 9, block 3. Coral Gar son of Mr: and Mrs Ernest F, Kenneth Eugene Brown, West< while the limited supply lasts,
W. Penn Miss Harris dens Subdivision. $1 J.400.( ) James W1' Ordway, !son of
for hair eut George to Lyons; Palm Beach to Laurel Ann Snyder so we suggest you call or
necessary professional type 4u rekl Honda School Inc. Proper{ Nathaniel Rogovoy to Eileen Mr and Mrs. J.y; OT away; Robert Hollywood. write (or yours now. Again

rZ.IU ,15, Riverside.subdivision. and Henry Grien as trustees and A. Routa son of Mrs. Dorothea: Thomas Elmer Varnadore to we repeat'. there is no cost,
)! guardians of the estate of Peter Fldndgc: Fred W Smith son of Carolyn Sue Higglns, both t of Palm and
WITH LOCK UY Coral I Gardens Construction' Henry Grien a minor. Lots 1, Mr. and Mrs. Bev Smith, all of City, r' certainly no obligation
Company Inc. to WillIam/ A. Reg- 2. 3 and 4, block 64. Golden Gate. Stuart W. R. Lawrence: son of Gary John Steele to Nancy Elea
METALPORTAFILE er Lot 34 flea (000) ) Indiantown Company Inc to Indiantown.; and Mrs Patricia G. Ronald Stepben Mjgos, Port ASSOCIATE_ STORE
] Palm Beach Company to VaughnW Martinique Construction Inc Poe wife of the Rev. C. S. Poe, Salerno, to France* Dclores Boat- 261 Otccola. Stuart Fla.

fi'I : Monroe.. Lot 20 High Point.S Properly in lots 12 and 13, block Hohe Sound. ty. Smart: 287.077S
!3.t QOO;> r. r 28. plat A of Indiantown. $1.(000. All 'received associate in arts Robert Donald Asklof, Palm I
degrees City, to Vary Ellen Sutton, Juno:'
Construction Inc
Martinique
: David D Paine, trustee to Gordon -
1 99 W. Sterling. Property in lot to Luther Jo Schmett Property in . 1 .
Prte.wy 26, H. W Bes. y's Addition to the lots 12 and 13. plat A of Indian-

h r1g11 M lent/ .... Town of Stuart. $100. (town. $9,300.
C. U Walsh to Homer D. Hud Earl Wilhelm to Arthur L. Dickerson .
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TAYLORASHLEYHartford's son Lot 3. block 4, section 1, St. Lot 9. Mobile Home Gar I I
dens. $1300. THANK YQU ---
Lucie Estates $1,500. -
Family Auto Imur- W E. Walsh to Homer D. Hud- H. C. Williamson to Letha B.

ante will I provide you nlth bread! son Lots | and 2, block 4. section Troutman Property in section 21,
f'St. Lucid Estates. $3.100) township 39 S., 38 E. $800(
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.a. protl'dkllt-a4 tubsliuiliul) ..v- all of who who for
me \\prked
The Nina I Haven Charitable L. F. Knowles to Duane L. Tf you supported ,
lags If you have a good drir. Stemle. in lot 3,
Foundation to Mildred F Under Property section
lag record And with the Hartford wood Lots 23. 24. artd 25, block 3'. township 37 S.. range 41 E. me and who voted for me --- my sincere tllan s. \Yith
name on your policy there 31. amended plat of the Town of $51900.
DARKDRYPEYES need be no doubt about the Palm City. $3,300. Lighthouse Point. Inc to Har. out your assistance it would.ave. been impps.sible' to
PLAYTEX quality of your .insurance.. Eva R. Arbog*\t to Barnet R. rel S Hill. Lot 197. Lighthouse!

Cull our office now to we If Ebrlieb. The souife 35 feet of lot Point $7.700. achieve our victory in the Democratic Prjrnary.
you qualify for sat inga! on the 6 and all of lot 7, block 20 revised George V Sottong to LeonardE
finn.1 auto liiMinuue plat of Gosling." $',700. $tai hies. Lots 17 to 23 inclusive -
tttLehrelide. you can St. Lucie Lands! I li!!c. to Coral and lot 26 block 2, Corona
olt t II8e package when you of enever and browm.for Our buy! Gardens Construction Company, Dcl Rio $9.:MX). shall always( try to cqf ry put. t$6! (Julies[ $ of f County
101lI tree lea Lot 32 Sea Gate( Harbor. Kay Henmng to Frederick R.
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1-, 1.49 DrYPn 1 1Le $2300 Rub: Property in lots 18 and 19, Judge in a manner that will J justify( the trust you have
Carl F' Hunsmctr to Mary VBarfield block 5, First Addition to Krueger .
vuU 1.4t1 150 : Lot 15. bloct 7. Indian- Estates. $13600 placed in me.
town Park First Addition $7.000. Eric Anderson et al\ to Anton
Herbert N. Allen Sr. to John J. Milazzo Property in lots 66
Tiedtke. Lot 3, south Vi of lot .nd 67, revised and amended
4. lots 5,6,9. 10 II, 12, 13. 14, Bat No 2 of Jensen Highlands 1llprJ1{ ( L. Johnson
IT.p t: 1 J5. '16.: section U.; 10yilt.I I KX).-
t southeast of St.: Lode Canal te& Arthur Ruhnkt to Edna Mae

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Tbufsday, June 4, NE'ws-"l Coffee and FRIDAY 'rA: G I c-=-- SATURDAY


Two County r SOCIAL Cards MeetingThe


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first of a series of morning
Men Named Office AT T-I550( MISS MARY LINDSAY Society Editor I coffee-card parties was held by the

Woman Club of Stuart. Wednesday
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Heart Board Door, May prizes 27. were awarded to DISCOUNT at......., .,.... STORES,(
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Mrs, R. W, Vain and Mr*. J, B. -
David B Irons of Stuart Watson Sr.

Dr William Myers of Hohe Mrs, Hugh Gawn Mrs C, S STUART SHOPPING CENTER

were named to the board of i Edward, Mrs. J. E. Book, Mrs
rectors of the Heart Aa.+ I George Conrad, Mrs, John Lech-

of Palm Beach and Martin nee, Mrs John Crise, Mrs. Vain
ties during the annual meeting ,I and Mrs C R, Vandcrveer were

awards banquet Wednesday I among the winners of the table PLASTIC HANGERS
Two top awards from the prizes..
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organization were given ;
county
It was announced that choral
the same time to the 1964 a LIMIT[
Ball chairman group composed of members of
Beach Heart
'f ;+ the club is in the process of formation -
founder of the local
to a SIXRust
All members who are in-
Association. 9 Molded from finest( quality
Mrs Homer H, Marshman etI in joining this' group are design
plastic of superior
call Mrs. H. W. New
ccived a plaque recognizing her
2875137.On and truetlon. No
some con
chairman of the Palm Beach
Bail, outstanding heart event i Thursday, May 28, eight unfinished, rough/ edges.
the United Slates this year. member of the club attended the

ball raised $127,217 for the workshop meeting of District 1C
Fund of the Florida Federation of Women

The chapti.r's Dislingui+ "' ;'. 's Club at Lake Worth. EACH ,
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Achievement Medallion was The presiding officer of thiswakshop

sented to Dr O L. Kcllcy of q1x meeting was Mrs. Vincent
Beach a founder of the < : W ;i "r. J. Welp of West Palm Beach, 1 rtsLstunl, swivel neck

tion twelve years ago and (2' director of District I 10.( won't puU out. Our tests

uing worker with the Heart ( .. The sessions
.... day long were op'erred
Indicate that they are far
ic at Good Samaritan Hospital N r'r with a devotional given by
Wet Palm Beach t Mrs. George H. Host more durable than any

State Repretcntative' Jerry '.#a 11 r ?. ,'j, Projects and funds to be emphasized previous model..

as presented the awards as : :: \s during the next two
years
of ceremonies for the dinner at ;! <' : told by Mrs Mark Emmel, state

Holiday Inn in Palm Beach.Certlficatel ,lq; -. / ....,1. '" .. president of the FFWC were the
for i '
of merit a\ main
J \ topics for the discussion:
ance to the chapter were .
cd for The Stuart Newt; M 1- fix b::.. Watson B. Duncan III faculty

Grace Hall business canvass r rI College member, was of the Palm principal Beach speaker Junior ROLL PAK 2 HUDSON
er in Hohe Sound; Mr, and r 4 Ply
I.ester Baughman, Heart His subject was the workshop
leaders in Hohe Sound; Mrs theme, "Meeting Today's Challenge

othy Boring, Heart Sunday ,+ Through Leadership,"

in Indiantown; Ben R. Over 120 women of the dis 4.? F TOILET TISSUE
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coin canmsters in Martin ; trict attended the meeting. The

Jenkins Landscape Company, local delegation was headed by ,,;+I IU SOIL }

help with the Hohe Sound Fe+ Mrs Vanderveer and included An amazing low price for this basic household .
Show in Fehruary, and Mrs. Max Haber, Mra, Andrew +
And there is
Miller Heart Fund volunteer Ferrara, Mrs Ralph Hartman Sr, >k f necessity. no compromising

Hohe Sound Mrs James Daley Mrs Lily Ginter with quality when you use Hudson.

;Mrs Ben R Tucker Mrs Bost and Mrs Flora Frey. 4 ( r.

a bronze medallion for her ......
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in tinuing Martin work County over a period of I t', !h )' .td' CARD OF THANKS +4.4" 4 +

Officers elected to serve the 4 4 Rolls
ganization during the coming I wish to thank the Martin Memorial 4, 44

were H, Loy Anderson., Hospital personnel the
of the board; Carl A. doctors-and all who were so

president; Jerry Thomas thoughtful in sending flowers and

elect; Mrs Carleton R. Dodge cards during my recent illness.

Mrs Marshman. vice ;
Mrs Richard Tobias, Warner B. Tilton
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!MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HENRY SAPPPhoto by Ruhnke I would like to thank everyone the breeze where it's needed quietly. High
St. Joseph Guild met on ror their many beautiful cards and

r day, Juno I, with Mrs. Barbara Anne Murray- William Henry Sapp thoughtfulness during my recent three blade fan
Kin elta tubular
frauding. Father illness: end etay at Martin Mannlrwl volume, on fully adjustable
spoke on forming a. ) HoepitaLto

of Christian Mothers, 'Father Married First Methodist Here cradle is efficient in size room'
I nessey of St Ana\tllcia Parish,ys"w Sunday at \Cph P. Moran wonderfully any .

Pierce, spoke on Catholic
lion. Miss Barbara Anne Murray be piece with a flower tiara Her hung over the table and across the "L.II: n C

Several members or the the bride of William Henry colonial style bouquet was 0 f patio.. J.lO'i: 14 .,,"NkTIaRMlCaTalUTllk :

will join the retreat at the in ceremonies Sunday, May shocking pink carnation Serving at the silver punch bowl 01' 1'1111.1(' 1l1O'IIIIIU
aclo House in Lantana this at 7:JO pin, at the First Junior britk,IlleiJ, Kathy Sapp were Miss Linda Tucker and TO WHOM IT MVV COMbKNl Compare at
end, Church. The Rev, Wal ei sister of the bridegroom, wore a Miss Jill Kelley; serving cake were NU'rk'E It ,herehv tvon, Hint the
Mrs Olin Booth will be : Jessup officiated at the dou street-length pink nylon over satin Mrs. Cecil Donaldson! and Mrs Plxnnlna Martin nunty and 'LPnIuY, Hut-Ida" CO'III"I..lonnt will ron-
$14.95
man for a card party to be -ring ceremony dress with a tiered skirt, and Kenneth S. Stimmcll Miss Sanda Burl a Duhllr huril'lT at a paclal

Thursday, Juno 18, at I Parents, of the couple are Mrs, matching silk i illusion\ headpiecewith Herndon was at the bride book, hour mo.1I1I1 or on T:30 Jnno I'M,JK.t, JAN the al Martin the
the community roan of the 'ulcen Murray and Mr and a (Towered tiara, Her colonial ; For her traveling outfit the County:; : Courthoumi In Btuarl. Florida

National Bank, W, M. Supp, Fort Pierce. bouquet was of shocking pink new Mrs Supp chose a print dress amt-ndltiK, to oonnldvr the lonlnic the re matter.ulalonof ( of.
The bake sales will be The church was decorated with carnation. of muted shake of deep turquoise I'h. following deicrlbed property

tinued for the summer The ,, of white chrysanthemums c Flower girl i I Edie Jo Kcllcy blue with matching satin binding )

meeting of the Guild will be stock, accented with pink Car daughter of Burton L. Kcllcy wore and belt, white accessories and the All that part of Lola lit thru
September. that of the necklace. The lavender orchid IIS of the KID of the Mmes Men's Goodyear Featherweight CASUALS
White chrysanthemums a dress similar to junior pearl IHant, I)'Inn", W e 11 of Htate ,
It:::ri4Jr....... ..... .-..- on the altar where (two can bridesmaid and she scattered from her bouquet was her Hood A)-1 l-A wldn: and a. atrip' ofland
wire hung with fern and sweetheart rose petals, ,I corsage. 'd:30n the 'E:1j,3::: : Third tone
CARD 0(0' THANKS of the valley Lighted pink Serving as best man was Toby She Is a 1964 graduate of Mar Avonu and on the Houth by Hit most lianiTnintTy tUstgnS men's cat*
the Clark Fort Pierce ushers were tin County Senior High School; KlKhih Kt: and a atrip of land .lr we'w.rer nl In
We wish to (thank our white candles were in gold ; 111) wlln the H >mh line beln* r, w i Amczlngly light
bors and friends, members of lining the sanctuary walls. Daniel Kilbourne and George Bo- her husband is a native of Fort .74914 ,North nf th* Wehterlv.Men.Iin klt'Ilux .u} .' Igla w.lghNerfnrper4lemferFeeanlithey'rery
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Organist Mrs, Marvin Keller zone Pierce, attended Fort Pierce i North "' full arlht.nede gabs
Stuart Business and of aald bUhth Kt and ex- v / Springy for all
Women, the World War I the traditional wedding For her daughter's wedding, sehools and I is a foreman at the tondlnafrom t;,H., llKhwav| NoI around sports warBOYS' .
In Third Avenue Inaa however
Indian River Radiator Shop Y
and Auxiliary No 854. with chimes and appro Mrs Murray chose: an aqua crepe: Iho taut: Inn Kl of aald lit rip/ 1 ,
Beach the Stuart Acacia wedding music hefeirc and sheath dress with full chiffon Following a wedding trip i all In IMP HoniHi Urant. Weat of ,n ,, kt
white accessories. Hercorsage through Central Honda, the couple Hlala 11..001.IA. '
Lodge the Rev, Norman B. t the ceremony Miss! Jo Ann sleeves and a, +
cr and aU others for their sang "Oh, Promise Me," was of pink ro ebuus. will be at home on Honda All Intereatod partlea are Invitedto !'
attend and he
hoard
nesses at our time of grief. Given in marriage bv!, Harrill C. Mrs Edward Doherty the Avenue Fort Pierce, after June 15 CaNAIIITIY: fhUl'NTYstay, lll.rhtN.rsa ,
Miami friend the b rid I .'. maternal grandmother 's4Ja
a family ; ; ) ,
: ; Present nationality laws ,
dress require A-'D: zoNtnaI : rn,
The Family of i wore a floor length while chose: a blue cotton lawn children born abroad of American JII91119Dy '(
Raymond Knowlton over satin gown, styled with with yellow hanJ-embroiJereJ bodice JUM I'H OltlENLEE8: ,
mothers not in government service l'hol.lllan ?
sleeves and aclf brailed and scalloped neckline. Her
f '/aMNilMMIMNMMWWMt' a !! and foreign fathers to spend ATTrHT- t ,
.. .- with bouffant skirt accent corsage! was of yellow rosebuds, MARIE: OfctAI-TT HocrelaryJ w
In the U S.
five consecutive
years Pub: June 4, Ii'h'' ,
back bow drape. Her el- Mrs Supp, mother of the ti
: \ between the of fourteen and
regt veil of silk illusion bridegroom chose a mint green ages IioT1iN;: 1\uFx) F'II'''1'r101'a'II' '
twenty-eight in order to retain ''.: 'rn''I't'J'
Gift forGraduates. from a see'd pearl crown Her ducron batiste dress with bodice their American citizenship > .: l t. horoln given that the
jewelry was a single tlrand I trimmed with self-colored( lace -- tlndo.olll'.d d..lrlnw tn enaare In
pearls, a gill from her nuiler- She wore white accessories, and --:1m: Alta .:I""I"T: of builn M.\lITIS' .. under C01'NTY th* flMltlnua l"OMMITTIE nmm!:

il grandmother with whom she : her corsage(: was of red rosebuds' OHI"nil" at 11111"1. "Iorl", Intends BETTER QUALITY
1'111'1'11.1 OF 111',11' IIE11l111iTII
the a reception to. rrilalir the aald imum mlth (the
her home. She earned a Following ceremony a 110.\1 I'r At."Il'o' N.Hn ( ,link, nf the i'(null lourt for Mi.._
Bible. a gift of the Wom was held in the church: Notbe' I. b.r'b" alvrn Chet the tin County. 1"1"rhl.

's Society of the church with polio. or PlxnnlaY' Marlin l'uuntY endLnnina F'lorldx l'o"nI..I..n, will ron HHWOI M.\HPtN'\HcrHJJKNtLOl l'uniTY:
bouquet of white feathered car- The bride's table was overlaid dart a publle; hxarlnt .at the hour of7X0 'MbNT BOVMD, SEMI-BOXER PANTS
1'.AI, on June IN, 1161 rl the I I : NV
and trailing ivy centered with a Inca tablecloth The Centerpiece M"'lIn, l'.III1IY C..u'lboll.e In Ntuaro ByMITIC : LF.NTFR M, COMHIJ ,
a lavender or hid. was of variegated shadesof 1..101., to "ol1.ld/ Ib mole r..lInwll111' Pub: June C. 11, fa 211, 1/e 4 "
or III' -
of Znnlll" I'b.nll'
ter
Mrs, Tim Wojmir matrun-of- roses in a silver bowl surrounded d..rlh..d prop..IIT: From
H
OK PUIIFY i
LUrI'NFr
HUB
wore a street-length gown by four white tapers. The wed 11 K-a To )tAll -sA NOTIC-B M HrKbllY O I V H, Npurauant Compare at $1.95 '
pink nylon over won styled ding cake was! topped with a min. rrPorrnuee In the below dPaerlpllon dalod In a Final' l>o<'re of foreoloetire -
a cowl I neck hne and back tutors bride and bridegroom White I aro 10 Anu'ndrd. Plntnr entered In <'hantvrj Juno t.I....ISM NO Hit and
1 -, She wore a mulching head paper streamers and! wedding bells I'.nn reuurdxd 1'ILY: arroMln1t:In I'Ixt to honk Dbltlhateuf : of rhx< /J"-ult Lourt nf the Nlnlh Zipper front In belted
Judlilal tumult
In and for Martin
1 Palm, 1'rYaI:; 8aeck Ihblle,, ,I, y.H'rvrrdx'.: :i.ot, T.County BAHNBS. F'Inrlda*. heroin JAMFd or non-belted backs for ='; ; ..
I'OMIANY a Mich ,
1 58 Girls and vlnnlnir at the point wh r. Iran "or))oration authorlaed to do
Boys CampingAt fxtennlon of the MrelnPe' in the %ut. of F'npMMplaintiff smooth fit. Assorted
Waror..r. nf Lot 1, Hloik SIInuraerla and JOHKJH: N JON Eg:
Y the H iuhrrl\ ohOl' and MAny LFllllrTTr: JONt. Hla colon fa boys' SUfi
.
wlfo are dpfonititnla 1 will aell to
Houth fork of the N61.oMn
Until of the
Cloverleaf Friday .
Klvvr thonc niranilvrKmterly the hlchoat and beet hid lor for caih
at the wed from,
and Moulhfiuiit>i ly door or the Mar- 3 to 7. r
oleos raid shoo lino In a tin "OUII" 1"0U"lh"u." In tltuor',
Fifty-eight girls and five boys Sully MacArthur Patty McCord of Intnrrrrtlnn: with:: the Kant point: Flock Martin. A.)1.I'ollnll'on. Florid' trod at day II:00the of +,

J Martin County are attend Nancy Meyer Raclcne Miner Ge- .rly of* i.HI.Mk iuilun. It of: thtiruw tha. NuthIlne run June I'M. the. ._In*, ...,..lbodlIrorly

camp at 4-H Camp Clovcrlcaf nece Mmshew Cindy hli'pd, Deb \Vrat to the !gotith'aat! corner Peeree, to aa'''It.1: forth In aid Final
WEBSTER'SNEWWORLD week, June I I.5, Special fea Mi- of -Kid Bloik fa: tlinnr. run
bie Mispcl, Judy A Moore Miiulhoaatarly alnnit tli. \V .Ktrliihtur Inl
arc a World's Fair party and chele Moslcy, Janet Olney, -wry lln. of lalmcttiDrive VII LA M.*, Illoik FIHHT 8' *ADDITION T, IJTCTB,

''ea Seminole in outdoor, cexAery taught Jaekie Penick Nancy peon Block In the J 41 thvnt H %uthna run.t rnrneror W'..' In ar'nrdlnR flat '.IVwk. '" ihr'I, Parr fat' I.Rorord.of lMqbllr MEN'S LEATHER BELTS
a of lot
the ttmithwroat tumor
Pout Pitchford In ,
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Shirley Kathy RPrnrdr of
Counselon. from Martin Coun IT, Hloik III: them run Mouthto F'lorlda.pATEn. Martin Coun I
ty
mela Jarrctt, Vicky Cooper Jan the Houtleant corner of hot in all
leathers the
select
DICTIONARY include Paula Made of
Beverly Snipes
popular
I Kubmer Darlene Rector CarolJ IS, klurk1 thence run' Wuaraim thle Irt dxv nr June 11L1x1121TIIY
of Hohe Sound and Reed Denise Rosmurm Ih* 1foMh. rlKht-of-way/I / PIERI'E, widths and colors. Full of
tf ffii Amtrlta LaAprryre Walsh of Stuart. Adult line or IJth Htr* t In the douili. ,1.t\lK\ OF lAW CIRCL"IT range sizes
I west corner of Lot It lllin'kID
('t''l'UT
cataactitDirtox. include Mrs Sally Rosser" Betsy Rosser, Georgeanne Shep- : thtnr. run North to Ih.No.lhw..t liT 1.1 lt.\nELLA H. CYA1A1IY \: & from 32 to 50.
ard Madeline Sheuts Carol Slo- Corner of Ixit It,
Approved sad sad..1.eoUrM Louise Wood. Mrs, Elsie CI.rk
Kant to
Hloik t* th run 'J..II Court II ,
cum. Judith M. Shanley, Amy L. .tnl'o xll I
and aalYOnltla throoghoutUo and J, George Smith. th. of lot 'WAT,4oS. IIl'D.HT: a SOl' LEY /
8tataaad include Susan Smith, Beverly Snipes, Judith 4. Block .'5: Ihenre run Vorth- Atlornrye for Pl.lntlft 1
UaiUd Canada. Campers : : Brady
Wegner, Sharon D. Whalcn. Kim west o..rn.r if Jut II Block II; p, 0. I'r.w.r t4...
o corapUte Ixni Brcen Moniea Brown, thonc run Kaat.: tu th* Houtli- Fort l..ud..d.I. Florida
o up-to-date Childers Jill Clark, Cathy Williams, west eorn.r nf hot I, .. ",.'k IIthotip. : PuG: Jun. 4. U64
to tue. .
o easy run North to tha lolot
Lou Ann Uailey, Rcba Mary L. Wilder. Donna Winter- of BvKlnnlnc
(,." (Thumb-index, f t.76)) CUrise Gildon Jeanne corn, Eloie Sianger. Karen Wood. Compare at
All IntorcaUil 'Invited
parlloa are PINES
Gunn Therese Volk. Linda M Volk to attend and be hoard t >

VALENTINE'SBOOK : Eileen Gunsolus. Diana Hart Charlotte Walsh, Cheryl Zenu, Dated MAKTIV the end: COCNTTFLANNINII!>'av: of June, 1114. Stand Tall $1.00IA
t
Sandra Evans
Hmson, Kathleen Houser; ANb ZONING

A RECORD Alice Hurley btaryjaneohreon Glenn Chadwick, Bruce Neth- By COMMHWOV JOHCPH ORCiTNUCGa: In Florida'
329 Ea<* Ocean: Wedulead Barbara Kanarck Debrah era, Ronnie Timmerman Bill Tim ChairmanATTFST

Closed:: All Dy Kesseler Elsie King Paula merman, John Gifford Steven MAJtlB' OELMTTT. Secretarr Future!
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j< 1Fti THE STUART (Florida) NEWS! :

Ihunday, June 4, 1964 t-B !
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w MAR I'IN :MEMORIAL

;.. o HOSPITAL

1 Ma) 2
ate,i. Ralph Terrio, ('""11\ Shaw,
s li MrDorothea Tilion. Mary

Poxwi. Lorraine Lava. HershclSchnvcr.

t jnd! Thclmu Penick. discharged.

William Keycs. Mrs.

John I.arson and baby nov" and
Dora Bankt.
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May !-Admitted.. John Do-
man, Alice Crow, Sina Ham Ricky
Tatum Blair Mohney R. I Dor-
row Sherry Durcn, Gloria! Ourcn.
n Anna Light and I Dorothy I .imhic.,
l,+ amt ,",I, discharged. I onmc I .Iny"ton. I ,'-
rG jilt ift nore Roskoskx. Annie ( .HIM'' ''v I olu -
t i I Pflueticr and Mrs ;I Km, ; Bailey -
k
+ I and burn girl
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4 Tt May 'r< \dmiied': llli a. Helen lleem" lo 1 h 1I n
R I Karalunav Wilmj On. lido I rOn

i "P ,.... .. ...... 1.1:';" ......., "" ,.. ,.-. charged.ofrio !and Mack( lifford( ..'tcllu.Dull.M Kkk\" di In-\!I.-

SI DAK I' LIONS installed at the Yacht Club Restaurant Port Paul Wyscok, director; Jem Only Lake Worth installing officer; nun Calvin Shaw Jr. Jo t-r,ri Mu-
Salerno, on Wednesday night May 27 Left 10 right ire Charles John Snowdcn and Irving Kan.irek.! directory' and Ellsworth ran Florence I umbie ami llcishcl -

i y, rlkt .1 Sipos. first vice president; AI Kerner. retiring president and now (Dutch) Schnurbusch new president. Schrixcr
1r 1'' ,' S t a ,, J director: Dr. Robert Sawusch, treasurer: Tom Wciscr. sccretary.j May 29-Admitted. C h .1 r I c ,
+,b ,, .' _. Thol11p n. David 1 Long f il I n i
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.. Ijiramcc. M.iry Anlonclliv Ben!

REPRESENTATIVES of the Stuart Business and Professional Women Club who attended Appreciation j Schnurbusch President Stuart Lions ClubWith charged Norris ,and Edwin Charles Miller Wilson..( BloncvuMcCalister dis

Day at the Florida School for Girls, Ocala, recently were, left to right: Miss Betty lane Stott, James Furlow. and
Mate recording secretary, biro Marjorie Deckert Mrs. Emma Doyle and bits Dorothy West. Mrs. Dorothea Tilton
---- ------ Dr. Robert Kuhn acting sight conservation in the past year foundation for the Blind! und th,akunarek. John Snowdcn and AI
May .1()-AdmiiiL J. A I b
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as master of ceremonies, and Jerry From July I. !%.< to April I I. I ions' I ittle leaguers. Total expenditures kerner. directors. Capon; discharged, Blair Mohncv
Workshop Meetings Are to Be Expanded by Doyle) international counselor I 1964, the club hud income of were $:.5U I Members of 'long tenure were Nora Walker Sina Main Edna
honored with presentation! of service
from Lake! Worth performing the $2.997. Its greatest money-raisers The supper meeting was held Ijirame. Ciloria Durcn, ShcrrvDurcn
Stuart Garden Club Executive installation new officers of Stu were a light bulb sale which grossed in the Alaskan Room of the Yacht plaques.SI. tarraine Zavit, Mary Fovlor
Body SaysThe
$1,019 and a candy project Club Restaurant, Port Salerno. Margaret CJoldner Ihclnu
art Lions Club were formally inducted LUCIK: SAI-ON Penick and Clifford DuBoii.
Installed Ellsworth Dutch)
were (
which brought in $91 16. Philanthropic
executive board of the Garden I meetings (in October. December of the Junior High School. lust t Wednesday' night activities! included $.WI I Sehiuirbiisch: president; ( hnrles Sir IN MAY MEEIING: May 31-I Admitted. Margaret
Club of Stuart for the new and February) after a short business ; The plans to long in the mak Lions Ihcir wives und guests for eye examinations i and glassesand ptfirt vice president; Dr. Robert 'I ho May meeting of Iho SI.I Vogt Marie Hironimu. M a i >
meeting a choice of work- heard Tom detail Sawutch.' treasurer Tom Weis- I ucie Salon No. 643. and Filaitowskl. Johnny Torres ('lil j
year 1964-6 met on Friday, May ing for the" Memory Lane projectfor Secretary Wciscr donations to Cub Scouts, Sea ; Eight -
29, at the Town House to consider ship programs be offered the members roadside planting of Highway activities of the club in eye Scouts!, Alaskan relief) Florida cr. secretary; Paul Wyscok Irving Forty was held in Fort Pierce ford DuBois, and Ncldi Key; discharged !

the organization's activities for the in place of the main program. 76 were reported by Mrs. Howard ._ -. -- -.,.-- -- at the American legion Hall withfourteen Mary Wallace.SLEEVELESS. .
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coining year. An experimental new These workshops running con Neail to be finally ready for the partners presentMrs n
program pattern presented by Mrs.Richard currently for approximately a n initial planting. Committee I in ; R1KUDS HAS LUCK GALE: COMPLKTKSCOURSE : R\IU.\IION! PARTY, Margaret Surds Pearson :
Hupfcl r' with i the blessing hour would each be on a special charge of these memorial plantings I ON HIS VACATION ON WAN IK: tOR111 LEIGH: ION:\/ Vero Ranch, a recent bride, was ,

of the state federation, was ap suhjcet and such as: flower identification arranging will be chairmanned by Mrs. I Sailors on leave go rowing in WA1ER 1RKAIMENT: : A gnuluule party at Seminole honored with a surprise wedding COLLARLESS
proved. The program chairman, judging; Hugh Willoughby. The public is Shores, Tuesday, Juno 2, was Div shower.la '
A "Waste Water Treat
course on
planting and of the and resident I HOT
care tropical plants park our on vacation WEATHER
Mrs. W. A. Oesner,
was authorized invited to share in this planting in ment" at Palm Beach Junior College en in honor of Miss Vicki Ixighton Chapeau Frances Tautch reminded !
to proceed, with the help of of(especially for newcomers); study honor of deceased family or go fishing, of course. E, W. was completed by David Gale daughter/ ot Mr and Mrs. the members that following 'TOPS
plants suitable for aoo/
Mrs. Hupfcl, in the organization slat house for patio or friend"* Contributions from $5 Rhoads of Sylvan Shores ia no superintendent of the Indiantown Hruce Leighton Jr., by Mrs. J. the annual Marcho at the close
of the proposed new format. 1 the home plants landscaping roadside up wiU pay for shrub or tree, with exception. Me caught a Ihutyoiltpound Water and Disposal Plant in In- Brian Frailer. Ten gucMs at. ol the American legion (' evon-
Success of occasional work ground or ; the city and tended Iho swim and lunch lion ul Jacksonville' dulii and
past study of native plants and wildflowers county co-operatnig four-ounce king mackerel diunlown. James Santorone, of the parts a FRERE'SI1lnter'liity
shop meetings, notably in wax] and their conservation the in the planting and maintenance. recently ia the Gulf Stream off State Board of Health notified sun ;I place will "be announced for the
grape, corsage and palm frond use of plant material in various;arts Additional information is avail the Florida Keys and entered it in Gale this week that ho had successfully The luncheon table was decorated installation ceremonies of the newly
hat!-ntaking, inspired Mrs I Hup- and crafts, holiday decorations, able from Mrs. Willoughby, 287- the Islamorada fishing tournament. passed the test that qualified with a globe topped by a elected officers. This installation Wear I
fel's suggestion to expand the workshop place mats, and many others. 1972 or Mrs. J. W. Husscy, 287- The catch wan made from Captain him for Uusi C operating mortar: board and dolls dressed will lake place later this I I30J Orunm Ave.. Fort pierce 1
idea to other of Garden .1 2199. month.
phases Each workshop will be limited Gene Glowniak's "Rick-o-Shay. certificate. in caps.and gowns,
Club intreest. She ---
proposed to thirty members, and the organizing I
that three of the club
:. ..regular: ( chairman of each group will I
I'OR A'IIIUTE'S: FOOT accept requests to attend in the
USE! KERATOLYTIC ACTION order of their application. Guests ,
lrr>u.. l| loumh off Ik.. I........ will be welcome upon payment ,
.Alm Von M. hrallhy .kin raplu. It. of the usual guest fee, and the customary 1965 !
..>.. ...10.1... T-4-1 liquid.rritlol ,. .
.. >tlt, .! m.r druic. vlttr*. If nnrarad social tea hour will I follow places
In 3 DAYS, "our 46. b.ek the workshop sus\ions. The re in
Pn11 r r Rxll.rpllp.unlYlnR'hl UF.H In._/I... fur A..rnly-a KIHITTequcsla ,.... maining four meetings, in November go '
axM ml.....rl .ulryn ...10._I. IAr RAIn' January. March and April I f'
for Y un 'ron" t a'I'1111'1' ,
ueuloxr. .. I will be planned, as before, with I ,
;-- -- -- --- speakers on various gardening sub '
.
jests .
t\l) ed I AS always, high on the list of I ,
I c I ::eDOn't
Garden Club ,
V' .e., priorities\ are pjann Y ,
., for civic beautificatlon. A Christmas

affair home for lour raising will more be a money prime "Miss The Boat" In '65 ,, i

for the highway project. This tour a
I JOIN OURVACATION
r planned for the Scwalls Point area
m early December, will be co--
chairmanned Mrs. Paul S.
by Bry
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ant and Mrs. James Garvey of thc ,


green Tabcbuia Delighted median Group.with strips Mr.already Ambler's showing '

r at the south end of the city. START SAVING NOW /
% the board voted to allocate $1.000() : !
i-lu J toward cost of planting U. S. I '
in the
county preferably at the
medians in the (J. S. I entrancesto B' Y
Drivet the county. Payment of an additional _
TEQUESFA: : FLORIDA $350 of earmarked contributions I .
Dial 746-3433 for the Highway Beau-

DICK and MARY RUSSELL! lification Committee was authorired Decide how much need "' fi
and action was taken to now you'll x ', 'A/J1// : / ,
t make available a sum of up to .
$150 toward cost of landscaping ; .
t -i
and make each week t.
payments ac- ,, a ,

lirl Arthur Dehon Jr. ,, y i '

Graduates June 7 ? cordingly. in just 50 weeks, you'll i J,::!Lt :: ...__ ...

At U. Virginia -


= ,ArI formerly Arthur of Middleton Stuart is Dehon graduating Jr., receive the funds for a mar"f: { t\L.? ,, ,, .t, ,1 ,I' ,J\

,?T from the University of Virginia, + f. ?; ,

s 1 ,o 1; Charloltesville Va., on June 7, aaj i iI velous vacation. r'

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,... a i bachelor of aerospace engineerng. %/ i
He completed dw fire-
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One of those 4rwsts dirt teal course in four years. r r
aU ligbtneu/ and ma and air. He will sail for Germany 0 n : : .
tk a line from"F rn Hill..* lone 7, where he will work!. and :
| or remembered eumTile --. i ,
fabric it Villaielawn. \ continue his studies. .4.. s..ri\ 3 10 l
He made his letter in track at t
l cottonjo floe night mate\ the University of
Virginia; and r /
bandkcTchiefs: for leprecluuras: was captain of football, basketball + I ,
VILUOtldetail.paa and track teams at Brcvard. N. C.,
collar toll sleeve. 1 High School ,
Monotone periwrnkk r.( A native of Stuart, he moved ,
periwinkle Blue, Raw LedaSoo to North Carolina with his I
Gold Slue 6 to I" Mr and Mrs Arthur M. parents Dehon, IRST: 1 BANK
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when they established! the Sherwood OF
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HIE COIX GUARD waits ready to Advance the Colon it 126, American Legion, sponsored Memorial Day services on SmAll .

1- Saint Cemetery, Jensen Beach, where Jensen Beach Post No. urday afternoon.

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LFA Counting Calpries./ I JENSEN BEACH NEWS Attend DistrictWorld JOINT Jensen INSTALLATION Beach: American Legion

ed) War I 854 Post 126 and Auxiliary will hold
MRS.: MYRTLE AT 7-17AA/ Auxiliary was
WHITMAN
AlU IN&:. Correspondent well represented! at the District ;2 a joint installation ceremony for

.... UIWILJ:>.. __ ._ .. ,_ meeting, held at West Palm Beach their 196465 officers on MlInd )
LF 24.Installed evening June 8 at 8 pin' at (the
on May
VANILLAICE Aft Legion Home.
Cubs Scouts Supporters as district officers were:
Drink president, Mrs Helen Hands District 12 Commander Paul
Tausch, and his staff, will conduct
BOUTWELL check. Lake Worth; vice
Receive Numerous AwardsCub junior the ceremony for the Legionnaires
MILK president, Mrs Josephine !bring,
and Mrs. Joseph Makal District
Jensen Beach; service officer Mrs.
DAIRY INC. 12 Auxiliary president and her
Pack No. 401 I and Troop Walker, William Yurillo, Gary Linda Nichols, Riviera Beach ; staff will install the new Auxiliary -
treasurer, Mrs Vera .,Wright West
No. 401 of Jensen Beach held
Ezell, Steve Newhouse! and Carl officers

Half Gallon their last meeting of the season Hall; two years, J. D. Lookadoo; garet Palm Dramstad Beach; chaplain, Lake ,Worth Mrs.;Mar con New Legion officers to be installed .
at the community center on Wednesday
Lo-HiSIUM evening, May 27 Cubmas- three years, Jeffrey Arthur and ductress, Mr. Cecile Hosteller, are: commander, Eugene
C. Grimm; first vice commander.
ter Harper Quinn cods cted the Terry Hosteller; pack leaders serv West Palm Beach and guard, Mrs. Virgil Wilson; second vice commander

SAVE lOc meeting, assisted by Assistant Cub- ice stars Institutional Representative Helen Ferguson, Jensen; Beach. Jack Lucas; finance officer .

masters Wally Hosteller and Jay Edward Sprague, four; year', Auxiliary members that participated Ed Snyder; adjutant, Robert

If npdeflr ye* are...watehln..."..... tt rear.. b. welcht.a In, C Everyone needs milk, especially people. who we on dleta. And D Assisting Lookadoo.in the presentation of Committeeman James Walker, one were In:the Mrs.service Julia as Clark flag, bearers Mrs. B. Smith service; chaplain officer ,Colonel Anthony A Foley H.-
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'Ham..lIIa r.I.* Milk try, Tker are fewer 5 9 one milk that you .an Mire to enjoy I b Alfur-Boulwell Skim awards were Den Mothers Mrs year; J. D. Lookadoo two years, Laura Duryea, Mrs, Eleanor Dif Davisson Jr.; historian Clifton

I .
or. Have a lawful, with" each meaL And when" It's Alfar-Bout-. and Mrs. Charlotte Sorenson years and Assistant Cubmustcr Josephine Doting and Mrs Cecile Lechner; executive board Jack

Oo well Milk It'i really fresh.! Representing! the Jensen Beach Wallace Hosteller, three years. Harlow acted as trustees, and Smoukc Frank Aigotti and Clf,
Fire Department, which sponsorsthe Senior Den Mother Mrs Jean Mrs Helen Ferguson as guard. ton Bownds,

.- _. -. I ._ __ I puck were Fire thief Ran Quinn eight years; Den Mothers The officers were installed by Mrs.
doll Spinney, Bud Willeke, Ed Mrs. Marie Yurillo and Mrs. Char Myrtle Swanson; department presi WWI CROUP VISITS

... .. .4. .. n, waist. Sprague/ and Eugene Poux lotta Sorenson; one year; Den dent. PORT !SI. LUC'IENineteen

:\ Palm Beach Entertainment was furnished b y; Chief Mike Quinn, four yean; cubs Jimmie Clark of Jensen Beach
<
Barracks members the World
8 4
all the J luscious of real I Palm I the Order. of the Arrow dancers, attendance medal and bars, one was elected junior
( i t Enjoy t goodness fruit members of Explorer Post No, year Gary Sorenson, Wayne vice commander of District 2. War I Barracks and Auxiliary) ofJensen
At the social Beach attended a chicken

'EtJfi1J I Beach Peach Ice Cream. Each spoonful has the 476 Awards of Fort presented Pierce were : cub Sprague Yurillo ,and James Gary Walker Ezell;, two-year William followed the meeting activities, Mrs. which HtlenFerguson dinner given by the Port St 1 Lucie

,. service stars, one year Gary Sor- bar Terry Hosteller and J. D won the door prize, and Auxiliary last Thursday evening

sweet, juicy goodness of FRESH peaches. emon, Wayne Sprague, Jamei Lookadoo; citizenship award Cub Jack Hillard, Jensen Beach, won Following dinner, games were
a cake. enjoyed by the group, the top
--'-- -- -----
I.tll\l, .'D\tJII'I.tmW\'f. Scout medal Steve Newhouse, The Auxiliary will he honoredat prize being won by Mrs, Helen
ICE CREAM! and
------- -- --- straight A B grades
$1.29 Half Gallon I'll TIIH' ('I IK"I IT I 01 HT <>HTIIK<: its June 5 meeting by an offi- Ferguson
NIMH' JIDKMI. IIIKIIT II Stouter pint to parents attending vial visit of the district president,
,11I11 Mill 'M til'IIX llll \"t''), i pack meetings for their first
[ TRINITY:
KM'IH Oh t.I..III\ Mrs Handscheck! and members of CHURCH NOTES:

.- ___ ._ 'h U"l'' IV Mil M>. :!H't"llIlnllff year Mr. and Mrs Carl oher staff Methodist
Trinity Church
RON JILHSI, ( son James Walker, Mr and Mrs. announces

,j ,; Ideal for Picnics I Cooling and Refreshing )) William Yurillo, Mrs Shirley Church the time of in services ts.,
CAItOi. A. mrnuT > Ezcll Mn Helen Newhouse and Circle Meets Sunday school, 9:30 a,m,; worship
.... Ucl'ndunt. ) hour, HamLt .
Mrs. Dora Hall thanks
LFA LFA xo'rH't'' or 811'f ; badges,
The Church' Circle of
viTA the Community
To Carol i HIII'.1H3 Edward Sprague, four years as institutional

":: 1 Ar Jlm" ,:,,,, FLAKEBUTTERMILK Annie I Mier] Axvn Mlnnniirl ifSt representative; Mrs May 27,Church with Mrs met Helen Wednesday, Aljets Given
.... You are lirr,'by nlvon notice Ihul Joan Hosteller, three years\ refreshment Richardson -
U. IIAI8
INCa
IUUULM.Lemonade Special
e nmplnlTit' for involve has bOflD chairman and Wallace presiding The devotional TrainingArmy
!': I\ you In tilt al> \ was offered by Mrs. Jean
.dl'I: : Best.
i :
Orangeade II f r roust hv >the inwt.1 Hosteller, three years as assistant I.
The committee in Second Lieutenant Ron
RONAID A. HlRfcT, the cubmastcr charge of refreshments -
Grapeade nlltlm' of whl.h I In to obtain .a consisted of Mis Alice aid D Aljels. son of Mr and
snap. tin are r iulr,'d to flip' Den mothers
appreciation certificate 'I MI'John
M
Thm'i no mira, no ftiM wltb AtfarBuurwcllI Enjoy I really food buttermilk VITA FLAKE I Annwer or other 'plmcllnw to I Inf 011'1 Mrs. Charlotte Sorenson Price, Mrs Ann Kuhn Mrs Clara Aljets, Stuart com.
Complaint an op before the tilh Vaught and Mrs. Hilda plclcd a four-week counter insurgency
4 'rult Drinks and -w BUTT ER.1IILK. It has golden flake of butterto .. CosU.Ho:
they are so good lasting too. July Awl I. nthrrwloh the and Mrs Marie Yurillo; cubs The following and special warfare staff

39e HALF GALLON make It twller. You'II love Its lively andInvigorating I Ionl/ be 1"In tallied a.i In..Qnr".d anch''mnplulnlwill by Oll..nd '. monthly awards, Den 2, Gary celebrated: Mrs Mary birthdays Stiles were Mrs olficer course at the John F. Ken

flavor.! the cause will then nrocopl nr"I Ezell bear badge and gold arrow, Grace nedy Center for Warfare.. ,
_. _hh __ ___ Curb ennw.r 'r pter pi.ad- Alderman Mn. J. Edwards Special
count be tiled I Willa I Ih Clcrk of Curl Hall gold and silver arrows, Mrs Elizabeth Chapman Fort Bragg, N. C, May 22

Ihli'. aerved court and a copy thereof mart Mrs, Ann Kuhn and Mrs, Della Lieutenant Aljets was!, trained
bo up m the Ilalntlff orLlnHrra
LFGIOV PRESF.NTS in
Jackson unconventional warfare
attorney Ou.hl.r.oQIt psychological
1 Available From Your Stuart Ouvhterain. Florida. I', (X I'mwer 13, AWARDSOn Plans were made to hold a bake. warfare and counterinsurgency

Tlila Notice of ault hail be pub. Friday May 29, Kathy t Icsa bake sale at the June meet- operations.

ALFAR paper lulled In published Ihe, Htuart In Ct9.Newii,.,,a Martin ncwu-. Houser and Skippy Shipes, sixth Ing. Two tables of treasures were Special Forces were created by

Friendly ALFAR-BOUTWELL Bounty. Florida, once every week. I grade students at Jensen Beach on display. These treasures were the Department of the Army to
for font C'on..rlltlvA wcekS. Elementary School, were presented brought by members who told why provide in time of war, a unit
GONE; AN1 OIIIH-RFD at Stimrt,
florid. thin 27ih div of May 11(14( with school award medals for they treasured the particular item through which the Army can develop -

v Milkman or at These Fine n 1IOIIOTH1FtWIII.LHK op clltcltlm', COURT scholarship, citizenship, honor and and how many years they had :been and employ guerrilla warfare -
the forces
in In
possession of against the
Oh Mrfm COUNTY service. themselves or enemy
M.OK11> Vlly The awards, sponsored by t the their familiesMEMORIAL, support of military operations

ALF AR.BOUTWELL CIZ DEALERS wen Deputy Henry Clark Jensen Beach American Legion, The lieutenant twenty-five, is
DAIRY INC. \I ('If.\1\ Court ii.at) were presented' < by Eugene C. MASS HFLD a 1 19S6 graduate of Coral Cables
ouUH'rFtesON III OI'OFTTERRONtlr (
High School
and 1962
Wm A. COlIlCht.r.nnI' Grimm. A Memorial Mass a graduateof
held St.
0, Ir..w.., al41tuerI. at the University of Florida I in
Flnrids LEIJ14 Los ERTISAMErT: Joseph Church on Saturday, May (.lamesville. He i a member of
HOBS SOUND STUART Pub,: JllnA 4. II, U. n. ItU.1OT'C'1'I TALL III,,"Eli. VKORlntV 30,WWI was well attended by membersof Sigma' Phi Epsilon a fraternity.A .

OP IIIUF-Hn. 5541.E I'41'IIH n 'r I i' KNOTICF Barracks and Auxiliary.
('I11C5 1 la Ivan that thTruatPtaof Members also; assisted the American
cot 5Th, 54?\1'l. :.I..I&i.II'nl': the Interns ImprovomenlIn h 0 u t 8000000( Americans
:'II' J. RIEUEI: ( IIIITRI. ,und of the lnt. of Horldn, la Legion in Memorial Day wry traveled overseas'
Nutmeg Sundries Stuart Drug TOR, INC. a eorporntlou, I In the Hoard tenon of tha ices held that afternoon at All and or to Mexico
Canada
I'Isint if f I Governor Office. Capitol Hulldlnaacheduled :, Saints' last year,. 6 per cent
1#., for 10 0(1( A.M., lfcH.Tou Cemetery. more than in 1962.
I MAVt'PACTUnFBR' BFR. ) lad 4' will I !. \ a>
JI'd: .r'I::
MOB. ISO, a Florida cor- by Crary, Crary rv, I
U.S. No. 1 rttlon I I 1 O Drawer 34, Hiuart Florida: I .on
PefendantIn bohol of Rtlaiipll' M. Wright formnhaaa Where this emblem
FT. PIERCE "'1'111" ot a Writ of Exrcullon of the futlowlnv deacrlbadand is, displayed, you are
In rojr hands lanued. out' of the (Ir- to wit: assured the
pull I Court In a null; of M J Ropdprtlatrlbutori of f finest insurance service
St. Inc a corporation Fll. No. 1I70-U.251.11
Onge Market mlnat Alan'ICsatllrrre'? Carvlcc.Inn. I ,A pnrcal ee, auhnierged land In in the land.
.. a Flur, Henry's Western ullrelod. on .b.u.y n, IU" theJudgmret Townnhlp an 'Mouth' Item a
on which' ald ..rcutlnn 41 I.ut. City. of Bttiart. llartlnCount
AlA 5-u ieaurd, hrinn: rscnrdud. In She v Horlla, lylnK \\.at-
Highway Ireult Court U.n HooK I h"v.I..vl.d erly of; and abutting that portion
i t on nil rlirht till and Inlorrat Government Lot I of i
of th. aid. Mnnn'arturera Herylcea aid pwtlon I. Ivlnit! 801lIhw..t.'mho -
Market Inc? a Florl.la eopor.tlnnIn : the right of way of V, A
and fur the following drertlhrdpnewly *t, ..ontalnieacne 161
SALERNO Iccurd' In Marlin County, morn or lea.! .
1'10.111. to wit: 1
i
and will eonaljer objection thereo. -
1120 Avenue D t.ota 0. IA, 11 14 of Rlork 154 ( Objpptlona to the propoaxd ale
oOnldrn !lat.. euhdlreelon of aid land ahotild be aubniKte'
O'Connor's Sundries error dfnt to the Plot Ih.nf to the Chlpf GnKlneer Truateei oft .h Mt..w
f filed March K. 1'SS. recorded In he Internal Improvement run.l
tint' Hook II, pan t\, lnlmB Flllot Bulldlnir. Tallahaaaee, Florida
11 .arh County, Florida Public prior to the d ite first abovementioned.
JUPITER rerorda, The Truateea reaervehe
J AlA Highway rlKht to d,<'line to make ...1. of
Nitlc l I. hereby. given. that on any or all. of aald land The ..In, If
Wadneeday the 14th day of Juno., .and when made ahall be aubject to
"a' between. the hour of 11:00: the Truateea reaprvlnv. unto them-. W. B. TILTONSince
AM and I fli PV at II SO AM, on settee .1'dt the phoaphate, mln.eraU .
Country Store Jupiter Sundries lb. Mid day at the front door of and 40% of the
ti thn Martin County, Court Houiw I letrolpum. thereon er thereunder
will tell all rteht till and 'nIl'''. lirchuer. la required to pay for or
the urnlah/ documentary lax
cat of cold Maniifacttirpra prilttm stamps 1921INSURANCE
Ine Florida far the Inxtrumpnt, er POBevanie,
a nnrporatlonn
;i b. "A1A Highway Center St. & Old Dixie end \o the abov. dpacrlhPd: rah Ih'n ORDER e4 the Truitee. of
: a' ftiblla Auctlun I t* the hlirh' Improvement Fund of
tybl
/\ :
f r for rank, to antlafy. .. d the Mat of Merlda.FVRKIS .
stutters and NI\ .. BHTAVT, AGENCY
Mel
:GALL AT Olsen under my Mad and. ee.l. G9n",,,,
7-2464 for Regular Home Delivery thli 'ftlh day or hSoy, ttu Ath.lRr RNSKNUACB
ROT C. BVKFK, 8HBRTFFJ .KIDD. Chief: EngineerTruateea : 4'1 f14tlLEAF
\RTI\f! r.UnUOA I. I Fund
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4-B THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, June 4, 1964 -- -



I I Boats Swarm to Marina for PORT!MRS MARY BROWN SALERNO, Correspondent NEWS AT 7-2996



l Rlli D : $$ I I The Memorial Day Weekend i Last Assembly of the Year .


Memorial Day weekend brought "Tom Cat," T. N. Shelton. Fort I
another Boat-a-Cade to Langford I Lauderdale; "Mildred," Harold F.
Manna with a total of sixteen ..ro'i.Si. Petersburg; "Mist I Held at Elementary SchoolThe
bouts, from t the Caloosa Cruise Katie i LeMastcr, PonteVedra
f tub of Fort Myers. A banquet was Beach; "Jandcled II," E. lust week of school at the faculty members, Mrs. MadelniLPedcrsen
held at the Outrigger on Satur D. Lawson, Fort Lauderdale "AI- Port Salerno Elementary School I who has been connected
at PORT SALERNO day night. maroon." Donald! Owlcr." Pompano left the students with some verb with the school cafeteria lor
Member of the club, who Hayed Beach; "Liberty III. GOT-" fond memories, i twenty-one years. She will certainly
at the villa for the weekend hum Bliss, Cocoa; "Playmate I During the last assembly, held be all the student'
were Mr. and Mr. A. J. Batche- N. A. Bizly Orlando; "Miss Ka Tuesday May 26, the sixth grade I and faculty\ ,dan"J all would like .:
lor, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Collins, Bee," N. D. Mallory, Melbourne led the entire student body in the I ILord's wish her a very restful retirement
Mr and Mrs. Ned i. Foulds!, Kay Beach; "Tiki Too: F. H. Lake Prayer the pledge of allegiance -
a r.ceeh{ Knobby ', Manley Fort Lauderdale: "Miss Hicde to the flag, and the singing !SCOUTS FETE LEADERThe :
dr'r'
Mr. Harold J. E. Atkinson! Fort Lauderdale; of "The Star Spangled Banner."
Mait- lust meeting of Girl Seoul
Kane, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Holt "Alyne III Edwin Walker accompanied at the piano by Mrs
Mr and Mrs. Ed Jolhff, Mr. and land; "Miss Lou," Hayward R. Marvin Keller. Troop 80 of Port Salerno was held
LYKES ALL MEAT $ Mrs. Harold Lamb, Mr and Mrs. Alker Fort Lauderdale; "Miss principal, then in the school cafetorium on Thursday
Jacksonville; Walter Peterson May 28.
b a Chet Perry Dr. and Mrs. Walter Priss, H. H. WOOl I
Graves ," S. Schwachcr. Sarasota introduced Sheriff Roy Baker to Aided and abetted by Mrs. Carol
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean, Tangier
WIENERS 3 and sixth
Mr and Mr. R Ross, Mr. and ; "Dory Ann IV." Virgcl H. the boy of the fifth the I Haarala and Mrs. Ardath Thorny-
yrs.
had served
who on
rf Mrs. L Russell; Mr. and Mrs, D. Waite, Naples; "Scabone," B. W. grades h son, the girls surprised their leader .
FIRST CUT Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Patrick, Jacksonville/ ; "Challenger. !school safety The sheriff patrol thanked during each t epast Mrs. Vicky Prosk, with a beau-
Cox, Mr and Mrs. Robert Bats ." R. S. Scott, Jacksonville. year. in the tifully decorated sheet cake inscribed
PORK CHOPS Mr and Mrs. H. Creel and Mr. I Yachts and owners from other one for his co-operation him with "Thank You" from the
i and Mrs Hershel Ramsey I states included "Family Pak III."' safety program and presented Sheriff troop. The scouts also presented
There were also twenty-five oth Robert D. Lindner, Norwood with a certificate. Deputy Mrs. Prosk with a Girl Scout charm
FRESH LEANGROUND er yachts berthed at the marina Ohio; "Britomartis Nelson D. Jack Curry prevented each boy a bracelet and three charms in appreciation
this past week. Yachts and owners Jay Santa Fe, N. M.' ; "Outsider," dollar bill. Mrs. Jean Stone patrol for her efforts on their
Robert Strasser, Newport News, lady for the school presented each behalf.
BEEF from Florida included "Loafer III, I
L T Goldberg, West Palm Beach; Va.; "The Duchess! VI," RobertE. sixth grade medal boy for, a his bronze year's safety service Mrs. Prosk was most surprised i
i Peggy Jeane," Donald S. Fried Mintc. Washington, D. C.; patrol I but managed to thank the group
LYKES West Palm Beach; "Mary Felicia" : "Bunker VII" Hans H. Kroncke. on the patrol. for the unexpected act of thought-
F Laird Snowden, St. Petersburg; New York City Mr. Peterson announced the fulness.
awards given for those who placedin
\\\1I7IPORK\ SAUSAGE the track meet held countywideon Plans' were formulated for a
May 6. swimming party held Tuesday.FAMILY .

LYKES JUMBO Awards went to: Hubert Johnson,
: PALM CITY NEWSMRS. shot put, third; Belinda Morris, PICNICAT
I BOLOGNA shot put third; Muddy Sheuts Su SANOSPRIT! PARK
,'f. I' a ANITA WHITE, Correspondent 287-5582 halt Brady, Belinda Morris and Lieutenant (jg) and Mrs. Don

I. -AtIIftl Cathy Crane girls 200-yard() relay ald Terry and their sons who are
third; Benny Cavitt, Hubert en route (or duty at Pearl Harbor
PORK NECK BONES
Youth Holds Johnson, Billy Dixon and Donnie Hawaii, are visiting his parents.
Fellowship Perry, boys' 200-yard() relay, third. I Mr. and Mrs John Lee Terry ol

I HOME MADE Final Meeting of SeasonThe were The then 4-H given scholarship to Sandra awards Evans Pprt Salerno.A family .picnic was held at t

il I' PORK SAUSAG E and Debby Mispel, for achieve- Sandsprit Park on Sunday. Attend
ment in their projects. This will ing were Lieutenant and Mrs. Ter
Jr.-Jr, High Youth Fellow the president, Martha Lane give each girl a one-week stay at ry. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Ter
ship of the United Church of Christ Refreshments were served and the 4-H Camp at Lake Placid. ry. and sons, Mrs. Donald Terry
BLUE (Congregational) held I its finalmeeting games were played. Visitors were awards of and sons, Mr. and Mrs. James All-
I
the first time
For >>
I t of the season Wednesday Mrs. Julia Lane Mrs. MyrlcnMead l to the sixth man and family. Attending from
fONNAISE evening at the church on Ninth Mrs. Marion Gicrsbach promotion were given have Fort Pierre were Mr. and Mrs
grade, showing they com
l Street. and Harry Roby. studies to Fdward Cooley and family, and
the
Awards were presented by the The leaders of the Jr.-Jr. High move pleted them on necessary to the seventh gradeat Mr. and .Irs, Gordon Terry and
interim pastor Dr. Walter Giers- Mrs. Leta sons,
Youth for this year were Junior School
the Stuart High
bach, to Angeline Lucille Cunningham Williams and,, Mrs. Maydclle I
SIIURFINE Cynthia Gail Gilliard, Moore. in August. I HIBISCUS! PARK NEWS
Susanne Colette: Johns, MarthaPauline i The following students received
I Lane Judy Ann Moore, these awards: Jeff Allman John Mrs. Rachael Anderson left! on
.. Richard Gerald Mawhinncy, Connie Garners SurprisedWith Bennett, Billy Brown, David Ault, Wednesday for Bradford, Pa., to
-I, MILK 8 tall Lavcrn Pone, George C. Pope, Housewarming Benny Cavitt, Billy Dixon John 1 attend graduation services for her
Rebecca Joe Tintincrman, and Fralick Hubert Johnson Rodney grandson. She will remain for sev-
Brenda Lorraine Roby Each one Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Garner Paul Donnie Perry, Billy Porter, eral weeks visiting with severalof
was presented a Bible dictionary. of Ninth Street and Cornell Avenue Jackie Simmons, Allen Solomon, her other children and their
I Dr. Gicrsbach gave a talk and were surprised" with a housewarming Roy Stone, Doug Taylor Peggy families.
FOOD KING No.300 Cans told several stories, after a business cook-out recently before Brown Cathy Crane Sandra Ev-
Mr and Mrs. Jack Fisher and
1 FROZEN meeting had been conducted by they left for Red Springs, N. C., on ans Reba Erickson, Beverly I
family spending their vacationin
are
Jackie Kitchen, Nancy
received Gaughan,
vacation. They many.
; useful gifts.Among Meyer, Debbie Mispel, Belinda Marion Ind., visiting with relatives
PORK: AND BEANS Osborn, Cherrie and friends.
The Giersbaclls those present were: Mrs. Morris Judy
GUT GREEN Marie Tilton of Hobe Sound and Phillips Maddy Sheats Linda Mr. and Mrs W. P. Johanson
Leave for Summer Sister Slater Susan Brady, Deana Gary left'for
NAVY BEANS her house! guest and niece have a three weeks'vaca
s FRENCH GREEN Helen Mane and Sister Mary and Susan Reynolds. tin in the north.
SALERNO"i Last Sunday Dr. Walter Ciers- T.maaucl, both of Mercy JflKpital $Sfrs. Keller thcw" ok se*. **fc -- -
PINTO BEANS CHOPPED ) Bach concluded his services to the in Miami; 'iAdr and Mrs Clement assembly with several "fun songs," Master'billy Hcddon. two-year-
CUT CORN congregation of the United Churchof I E.Tilton and daughter, De-Do, and with the entire student body and old son of the James Hcddork is
BLACKEYE Christ. He and Mrs. Gicrs son, George, and Mr. and Mrs. faculty taking part. recuperating St. Mary's Hospital
PEAS CREAM STYLE bach returned to their home in George E. Spicer, all of Hobe Comments were heard that this in West Palm Beach. He suffered
BABY LIMAS Cherry Hill, N. J,, until some time I Sound; Mr. and Mr. Herman Lcs- assembly showed a closeness in the a fall at his home and was
GREAT NORTHERN BEANS I I later in the year. man, Mrs. W. M. Smith, Mrs. school between students and teach taken there for surgery.
MIXED summer services will be
Regular Roger Spicer, Mrs. Theodore Parish ers. We certainly hope this assembly
I As drive down
held as in previous years, with the I \ will continue t to be held in future you our new
PEAS & CARROTS i Sir and Mrs. R. L. Mmnchun,
Rev. J, Marson of Poinciana Gardens : U S. I you will notice the new
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Rogers and years. sign of the Hibiscus Park Addi
GREEN PEAS as guest minister. Calls for On the last of school all
son, Ricky, and daughter, Beverly, day
1 0 1 tion. Wtf
for $ 00 service be routed certainly want to congratulate
cans paMoral may I
I TURNIP GREENS through the Myrlen Meads AT 7.1 all loy of Scott Stuart of;Palm and Mr.City.and Mrs. students were on the served school ice cold grounds watermelon Hibiscus Park Association
and those who have
1907, or directly to Rev M helped
at the "break" time for each class.
The Garners accompanied by
rson'l
in it there It
placing
Weekly service [ was greatly
H ---- --- -- prayer This was greatly enjoyed by all
:_ MORTON'S f their grandchildren, Ricky and needed.
10 the
held on Friday at a.m. at
Beverly Rogers expect to return the students, as it proved to be a
10-OZ. DOTTLESDIET plus home of Mrs. Lena Feigel.
deposit BEEF POT PIES home this, week. very warm day. Peggy Brown. daughter of the
Many tears were shed at the Edwin Browns, enters Martin Memorial
RITE BAPTISTS PREPARE: FOR Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedyand closing of school because! of the Hospital[ Wenesday eve-
TURKEY POT PIES $ VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL their guests Me. and Mrs. J. resignation of one of the school's! ning for a tonsilectomy on Thursday

6bUs25 C Friday, June 5, will be Preparation B. Chapman of Greenville, S. C.,
COLA CHICKEN POT Day for the Baptist Vacation spent the holiday weekend fishing
Bible School. Teachers will meetat in the Keys.New !MRS. !MARY BROWN IS A warm welcome to the John
the church and children plan SUMMER: CORRESPONDENTWe :! : Masons on their return to this

SIIURFINU; 6OZ.ORANGE. ning to attend are asked to register Zone Rule would like to wish Vicky community
at 10 a.m. The school will start Prosk a very wonderful vacation
June 8 and continue through June this summer and thank her for II

JUICE 4cansfor 19.The Limits HorsesIn her work in getting the news of I RENEW YOURDRIVER'S
Baptist adult choir will rehearse our community together for The
LICENSE/
after mid-week meeting Stuart News ,.L.
Wednesday evening at the chapel. This CountyWith While Vicky is away, we hope DURING YOUR
The youth choir will be suspended that you will continue to bring i i BIRTH MONTH
for two months, due to conflictof Port Salerno news to Mrs
your |
MAXWELL activities. The Lydia Class will horses becoming more and Mary L. Brown who will
HOUSE COFFEE pinch-
lb. I
prevalent in Martin County,
more
meet at Mrs. Marietta Yingling'shome hit for Mrs. Prosk. Mr. Blackman I ,
the Martin County Planning; and
on Thursday at 7:30: p.m. has kindly consented to put a "re
Commission and the County -
Rev and Mrs Henry Tatum Zoning ceiving boin: his grocery in Port
With $7.00 Order or More have returned from a three-week Commission have approved an Salerno for the news from our
addition, zoning regulations [vw OfhNJEnjoy
vacation visiting friends and relatives t to establishing community. It will be picked up
s | in Georgia, North Carolina breeding stables. before closing time on Sundayevening I
The following definition of a 'I
and Alabama
Sportfbhingon
to be t turned in to The
: suitable stable for Martin Countyis the
Stuart News by noon on Monday i i
; LANES HUE OI'EN: HOUSE as follows: Crulcer "LINDA"
FRESH PRODUCE ON GR.\I>UA 11O NIGHT "A stable with a capacity of not PERSONALS: !
more than one (I) horse for each Summer Rates $50 I Day
Mr and Mrs. Sam Lane of f of lot whereon !
one-half acre area The James Hue family will Capt. Toley Engcbreteen
Michigan Avenue held open house such stable is. located, and where leave this week to spend the summer PORT ALERNO
ICE COLDWATERMELON Friday evening after graduation such horse are owned by the visiting relatives and friends I loTI..... rasa R... AT 5-S M'
,
their
exercises honoring daughter -
of the
owners or occupants premises in Painsville, Ohio. j -- -- ------ --
Mary! who graduated front and are kept by such ownersor
Martin County Senior High occupants for the purpose of Rev. and Airs Charles Bennett
Guests were present; from Port breeding raising nurturing, rearing have returned home from a trip I I CHUCK SERVICE
535- Salerno Stuart. Jensen Beach, and training. No horses on the to Maine,' because of the deathof j Plclnl..n. .
J Ops-locka, and Paint City. said premises shall be kept<< for Mrs. Bennett's father. i< STANDARD atsa..ND.tt.y .
CRISP Mrs. Lane's sister and! family hire or remuneration and the owners :
Mr. and Mrs. W W. Wilks of and/or cumulatively Richard Ault! was expected home > D.lf
-
occupants from the Fort Pierce Hospital on 287-5019
Opa-locka were overnight
guests shall in no case sell or in anyway i
Friday nillhtIIIGBU transfer for a considerationmore Tuesday. He suffered an injury Owned l by Chuck StUlwcll
to his from baseball during
a
eye
CELERY stlk lOc : CR \I>UA ns: horses than fifty"of the aforesaid t Junior League game in Stuart. I Port Salerno
per year.
; We wish hint
I ROM VANDERBILT: The new zoning regulation governing a speedy: recovery. I Road Service

Mrs. Evelyn Higbee and niece, breeding stables is the outgrowth Miss Cathy Crane is attending I Open 7 days a week -
Betty Higbee, are in Nashville, of approval for construc- 4-H Camp at Lake Placid this I, 7 a.m. 8:30: p.m.
Tenn., attending graduation exercises tion of a $I 00.000 estate! for the week '
at Vanderbilt University, raising" of Arabian hones. The estate
where her son Vincent, is grad- is located between AlA and
uuling. the Intracoastal Waterway north I
PORT of Hobe Sound. TOPPIE Says:

MRS SANDERS: HELPS OUT H

The Palm City news will be Now You Can +"
. written by our postmaster, Mrs.
Sanders, while' your regular reporter "
&IIJACK'S Redeem Your '
is on vacation for three FOLLOW
weeks. Any 11may be left with
i ",,'here her at the post office or she maybe TOP VALUE 1HEIEADEBBOOKS.r
j GROCER reached at AT 7-3123 after

I Shopping Is 5:30 p.m. STATION GULF ;

A Pleasure'"LOCATED PERSONALSMrs. I At Your Friendly

YHi Louise Smallen and daughter All Srrir GuuulMCI

I Sammye. of Summerville, Ga., lack Samdenwa OWMT KWIK CHEK IN STUART
ON A-LA IN THE HEART OF PORT are visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L.Rajney AlA hit s.Jeno AT 7-2UI I

and family, for two weeks.


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Sugar ;MNxrM khw Crackin' Good Saltines 2 ox is 39c

Creek C H E K III Without Meat
With Meat
Smoked (gu''f'lIUltL e

"Whole or Full Shank Half 1 c .

BLUE BAY SOIIR 7 :it $1


3 All Flaron I ROYAL R.g. 49e Bathroom
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BUTTER PRUNE JUICE Quart ASTOR Bottle 3 BTLS.
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PORK & BEANS 31-0i. 2'/j Con 4 CANS

Pre-Sliced 4StfMeaty S9tf- 98.Os pan 59 TOMATO SAUCE PROGRESSO 10
SHOULDER ROAST LB. HOPS LB. 8-Ox. Con CANS

CHOPS: Rib or Sirloin lb. 89c Loin lb. T' ITALIAN DRESSING ISHBO"E.E 3 BTLS.

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PORK LOIN
/ll Chops LB. FRISKIES Beef or Liver
Little Pig" B E E R DOG FOOD 151'.0.. Con 8 CANS
SPARE E RIBS LB. c

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Bonl.tf Bottom Round, Shoulder, Cross Rib or Ground Beef COOKIES Northern Tissue DETERGENT. 1AILITBtKG. ,
Semi-Boneless n-oa. 43c 2 Pack Z7c 4Lx 69'
79C Pkg.la.
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SOFT BONE ROASTING 3StfLIVER SAUSAGE LB. 39' Ll Longhorn,...""h rmi "..Cheese_ u.. M... rIMN'NLM.... .... 29c Free
CHICKENSGARDEN I LB. COP PLANDP IRR' B. 49' I Cheese Spread :; 49c Whipped Margarine cm.:
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: i; .::1 E 11i i :i I| TWO Stuart REAL FOUR Will nlshed 23 bedroom,trade ESTATE Utility bedroom!Stuart.house for room.Fla.vacant completely fOR waterfront 628 with!E SALE land.5th washer tf home.WriteBox t tor((901 St 90...





Fla. NEWS .; .,ywc.1.f M. ""+ ', ,. ., .,. .. ... .. .. tools. Screwed patio Electric heat
6-B THE STUART ( ) _ac'.'rJ'f "m Taatnlllu.'ce n' pro s'' as p.a"" 'Yo '" "'Y..... "" ... ,.'""," f'I 'i1"V .. ".' "'t. Lot 50x H.J. Near center and
Thnrwluv, June 4, 1964 FOR RENT 38 HELP WANTED j BOATS ft SERVICES 63 SERVICES OFFERED Mkc. 71 FOR SALE Miscellaneous 71TRUSSES Real Estate For Sale 90 ichool Nice for retired couple

t..+ In Ny4 rMa ... mw "', ''.._ C ... Grumman employe take notice
.-.. ..-. I w x'was"a.i* ate ttx-t" ., '*.',! r >'* --- .' all clear
500
$9. No
mortgage
THUS SYMBOL TWO bedroom furnished collage AI.FAR-BOUTWELL Dairy I AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE elastic stockings, NEW "two bedroom home one : :287! -0415. *,* 190))
in Palm City $(,j, Call 2117. Monterey Road, Stuart, I Complete Sales, Service, Parts. BALANCING with Bear Equip knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart bath, corner lot, Legion Heights. ---_--
I !MFVNS Til IT 1685 or 5569. tf (35)) taking applications for Good 1 selection of dependable Vied ment by trained mechanic will pay Drug Corn tf (78)) $10990. Easy terms W H. Wag WATERFRONT with ,ideal boot

READERS PAY TO READ Age 21.40 preferred Apply Motors Expert FactoryTrainedMechanic for itself in tire wear. We have the ner Co, AT 7-480 or AT 7-1,596. dockage deep lagoon New
TWO bedroom furnished. garage I person 6.4 ( ) I CASA RIO BOAT A equipment! and men. Your friend FOR Sale: Collie puppies. purebred tf ((90)) CBS' 2 bedroom I bath nice
OUR ADS ISGnze apartment. Dean comfortable MOTOR SALES Inc. 440 Rt 707 ly Dodge lAT ULMER MOTORS champion stock Call 287 view Full price $13.500 Minimum -
Close in Reasonable Also room WANTED: Office girt Must In Rio AT 7-0944, tf (63)) or Dial 7-3335. tf ((71)) 2851 after 6 p.m. 6-11 I i ((78)) SEAGATE Harbor.. One or two $2.000 ca>.h. M P Nelson
hwt for rent, 619 East Fifth St Call good with figures. some ; ./1' ., adjoining waterfront lots $3.- Realtor 325 E. Ocean Blvd..
JNitfcf AT 71756. jf ((35)) general clirlcal Will consider OUTBOAKU MdlORS REPAIR. TERRAZZO Tile an d Marble Wanted lo (M1 t.) 81 :200! each Priced $100( under cur Phone 287-3566. 6-4 ((90)))
ED We have all W. H. Wagner Co AT 7-4880 Buy value Bicknell 235 Potter '
cent high school graduate. 5 patti for rent --- -- --
NOW Renting 8 small one bedroom ; i week alr-conditioncJ office popular makes. Can test yout coil or AT 7-1696 It (71)) _...- t. 1 Ia''''' .aw"' W.P.B., JU 5-3624 6.4 .((90). ,) GOOD going business Ideal for
Apts Furnished, with tile cellaneous benefits. For and condenser Ulmer Motors, Dial WANT the best price for your ------ couple Gross S100$2V() ) per
DIAL bath, screen porch, terfazK floor, lion, call hone or write: AT 7-3353. Your Friendly Dodte FOR home or yacht. Boat (build. car? Call Jack Bruiel at 287. .,.$100 I DOWN''!) Government acquired day Keep $200 per week easy
and
Insulated cathedral ceiling, over 5000.: P. O Box 1198, Stuart Dealer. tI ((63) er Joiner Cabinetmaker. Boutrepairs 1214 Merkle Motors, Inc. U ((81)) ,,hornet. 2 bedroom Full price $7000( Includes all
looking 10-acre lake and county r any type Fibcrglassmg. 3 bedroom Port St. Lucie C. L. No information
7-1550
equipment phone
ATlantic
6.4 ( ,... .... )
) J IlL III U Road
park. Plenty ,parking area. Lownce FOR SALE: Complete I line I of Expert Formica work. Free estimates Smith, Broker, 203 Angle please. M. P Nelson Realtor 325
Your FAST SELLING- > rental, $5000 month Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, 287-5022 6-4 ((71)) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !9elnteos. Fort Pierce. HO 41209. Evening E Ocean Blvd. Phone 287.3j6".
To Place Walking distance grocery store In. MALE HELP WANTED Marine Hardware-everything' for ,'-4 aa and Sundays HO I 1.6329.6IN 6-4 ((90))
LOW COST WANT AD quire The Seven C a Grocery Store your boat Whitlow,, Boat Works, HAVE small. Bulldozer. Tractor, NEW 3 bedroom. I 1V4 bath Car- ((90))
on U. S. No. 1. one i mile northof QUALIFIED Port SewaU. tf ((63)) Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, porte, screened porch, utility frame 55 paved
St. lucie River Bridge tf ((35)) cut trees. Fence post and pilings LARGE 2-story apartment
.. and Concrete driveway .
'IIIIIIIiK"It. 'W ... J' Wall Phone AT
NEWS WANT ADS FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished Must be experienced with precision & SERVlCF.68 7-I40U tf and sidewalk Lot 75x100 has two bedrooms!, hving $800.00 per acre Terms M P
apartment, close In $7$. Call gauging and cahbr ((71)) Radiant central heat. Price $12,' room dining room kitchen bath. Nelson Realtor. 325 E. Ocean
word RATE minimum: Five cent charge per average insertion 287-168i or 217.3i69. tf ((35)) I type,, instrumentsExcellent wnttim&vmmmminmm' :; I vetsrarxllsweenaaasasweerewwnePLANTS i 900 Mayo> Drive Tropic-Vista, All room Inrgo. Needs Blvd, Phone 287-1566 6.4 ((90))
per 55 Chevy pick uh" with eampcr. ft S'UVICES 75 off County Line Rd. near Jupiter $',999. AT 7.4695. 11'(90)MOTEL ( )
$1.00 (for up to twenty ATTRACTIVE elltCi racy, cottage, working conditions Will trade for car or sell, SpeCial > "I Cirird! 746-7383 611)I ((90)) -,--- -
average words). Words in ALL Rio. Pleasant location within 40 hour week Paid 287-y894 6.4(65)( ) w 1M"Meaiaea. loaf ranaa r : on U .S. N<*. 1. over 250 Since the first census In (1790
CAPITAL LETTERS except first easy distance of dock facilities. and holidays Complete insurance :_ PLANTS Sprinkler Systems, FOR Sale by Owner 4 100 ft, waterfront ft. frontage Price reduced to data has been recorded for almost
word, count as two words each. Reasonable year-round rates. Call program and 8x37 tw -)ell oom. Extra clean, landscaping<; sod. Fastest growing 1 lots High and drySacrifice $18500 for quick sale C. E. Slo-: 350000000)() persons some 0 f
White Apace above or below or AT 7-2583 after 3 p.m. or write fringe benefits. Bargain priced Sandys Trailer nursery in Martin County Pel at $29 a foot. AT 72595 cum Realtor, 505 Colorado Ave., them duplicated from census to
within ad will be charged as the B. .J. Abbott, Star Route, Jensen Sales 287 5788, 6-4 ((68)) icon Nursery' Loop Road (S.76A), tf ((90)) Stuart. M: _((90))!. census.
KUnber of words (five) that could Beach, Fla tf ((35)) For Application Write* Palm City AT 7.1918. tf ( 75)) '-'-; ''''';F''' '''' '' "' ..... ."-", .,.-"" 's" _- -----
SilT: Lucie Lot No.
+ FOR 25M954 Silver CANAL lot off St
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Clipper
be printed in the blank line, or 1; ::4I _
t Mn
190
Real For Sale
FURNISHEDroom apartmentVery aluminum house. trailer 5, Harbor Estates 100x125 Estate
25 cents per line clean. Frost proof refrigerator GENERAL RF FITTINGS. Very For Sale, Miscellaneous 78 Best offer over 2500. Lou Bock ...,...
"Display Classified" rates on P. O Box good condition. Best offer. Tele l .J,. ':''' -
I New electric range Com 1198 phone AT 7.2237. tf ((68)) t. II!! ert, 4940 N. R 27 Terr, Pompano -
application.These plete Adults. Call AT 7. Sluiirt. Florida Beach, Fla. 399-0204() : tf(90)( )
privacy. .
)768 Attn: Personnel Dent ......II.II! IiJ. .01.1&11I11 500 Shares First Mortgage of Stu.
) tf ( 35)A )
are cash rates. for ads 6-4 ( ) Service Offered. Mbc.! 71WISCONSIN art common stock $1000 ask NORTH River Shores /Road 3 BR Waterfront.Homes Acreage
brought or mailed to The Stuart BEAUTIFUL 3-room modern _' 1', ... ... .... ing price. Phone AT 7.2047. Sunken bathtub carporte with .
News with payment K you are a furnished apartment Ceramic EXPERIENCED waitress tf (78)) built-in BarB-Q large I living
Stuart News mail subscriber or are tile bath kitchen and dinette. )ob Powells: Diner AT Bnggs Stratton, room with Cathedral ceilings Large
listed in the Stuart telephone directory Glass-enclosed shower, wall to 9708 6-4 ( Clinton and La upon AIR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS kitchen with ample cabinets and
you can place your ad by telephone wall carpeL Spacious grounds _11 __ I COOLED ENGINES in stock and brkf L bar. Circular driveway on
Dial ATlantic 7.1550 and with patio. Off.street parking Employment Wanted. parts and men who>> know bow to Lowest Prices in Florida large corner lot. Full price $12..
laY "1 want to place a want-ad." Must be seen to be appreciated i repair them ULMER MOTORS 700.00. Call after 5 for app
$75 per month. Riverdale -- "or"Dial AT 7-3353. Your Friendly GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS 287.4710. tf ((110))
!II l ... r Apartments, 667 Cleveland Ave BABY sitting by reliable Dodge Dealer. tf ((71)) ORGANS '

Give your mail I address as See Mrs Murray,Neimer. Lunch. age woman. Call AT -) (58)j RAY COOKE'S Septic Taak ServIce <<- _, 4 ............,. enf,
well as your telephone num. eonette, or Mr Murray, Democratic 6 25 ( ) Cleaning and repairing Also EASY TERMS For Sale, Miscellaneous 171WE'VE
ber in your want-ad. The Stu Headquarters, 31 (E. Ocean Blvd. REFINED drain fields repaired and re-laid ..... I
Call! AT 7-0992 or AT 7-4746 mature lady MORITZ PIANO CO. 'ASeC
.
art News hai hundreds of *' live.i tn position as Dial AT 70651.) AT 79862. tf(71)ATLANTIC ( )
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tf .
((35))
out-of-state subscribers who rare housekeeper Ph. 112 No. 5th Street ;t
best 5972580 P '- '"""( !v Yw "PrMaMpaNat Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 GOT THE
your possible prospects | RIVERFRONT home with pool Box 159 Indiantown. 6-4 ( )
for real estate tales and .m for rent. Furnished or, unfurnished. .... FOR RENT 133vwwwTlr It ((78)) "Service Means So Much"
rentals, boats, help wanted, .| Call 217-0948 tf (35)) i.sIbHl .1 ---:!! .. ::rIv .......... a.m rove ..""-''''''' 'a1MNIMaM Fw' w 7
gardening, trailers, and serv4 t Opportunities
Ices I FURNISHED apartments on.Tiyer ...... I tl l' \ r FOR RENT 13S LOCKHART REALTY
3 rooms and efficiencies, TV (j{ diems urar '-.r.eereesaraw CASA RIO
1. and doek privileges Driftwood CEMENT plant and lumber .t ne-e
Motel, 443 North Indian River nctuding block plant a BOAT MOTOR SALES, lee SEW ALLS POINT AT 7.1777
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONSi Drive. Jensen" Beach AT 7-2237: targe conveyor. Or -will rent. 'f' .,. 1m _.. EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS Me tow m au. AT r Mea tf (150)SAi
2874133 tf I 'U urn
(Numbers classified over ads 100, which refer appear to display COTTAGE tf. ((35)) ,........' ...... T "' .... (' ) : ... ... I....." I : .---___ n__ __ --,

after the end of the smaller ads!, in for rent. Clean and SPECIAL NOTICES u: '

+i numerical in both place order.) Be lure to look 287-0 comfortable J02 after 6$15 6'ctock a week tf Call(35)) asaaa we.e.w ."_0101 \I1: \ ON

RENT 35 135 FURNISH- efficiencies, month FOR rent easy Blue, quick I uMre carpet Electric l h i I THE ST. LUCIE RHODES CONSTRUCTION
FOR or season, utilities Included.
ItR RENT: OR SAUl 3 -138 Adults: Summer ra.es'lcJ November poour only $1 per day .. COURTAPARTMENTS One- and two-room efficiencies..
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 I. South of Stuart. AT 7-1950 Leighton-_. ,-Furniture "> 4 ( )
HELP WANTED 43-143 after 5 p.m If (35)): ALCOHOLIC A r* O N Y M O Rpaclou shaded (grounds ,
Peking Lot Bout Dock. 1
Employment Wanted' 48-148Businewi STORFS and offices downtownor meets at the 830: p.m. every tea B.MT OCBAN' aOl1LlDTAaD Shufflebeard. TV and Lounge
nesday at Community
Opportunities. 50-150 East Ocean Blvd Any size. STVAKT. "IOIUO"MOtllltKEICPINO
Jensen Beach.
Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 E. For : APAIITN6aTa I Week Month Year
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LOST FOUND 53-153 Ocean Blvd. Phone 2812420. Phone AT 7-3332 tf ( ) itooma .* .ATnanVFTLEDOAIID
,SCHOOLS 54-154 ) your !: COlllTlMBAtnTIABLRI 624 ST. IUCIF CRESCENT
64JJ3)IN WANT the best' price for HATCH:
, SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 -- Call Jack Bruid at TV 1OIHCB.MMlkl7 I STUART, FLORIDA

y USED CARS 58-158 One Stuart bedroom 10 acrow, from' school I livlni Merkle Motors, I Ino. tf ( ) ......! .* T*.rlr I Telephone! 287.9812

NEW CARS 60-160 and dinette IYklt painted'i and I ELECTKOLUX CORP. W. T. PACET, Mgr F, E. WOOD, Manager I
tf (its)
BOATS SERVICES 63-163 file floors furnished, $75 including tunity for the right man to Dtal AT f-TM If slant

TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 .utilities, Before ,1ft( i.rt. or ble his present earnings. Call *..esve, ,,;.swesr.ealaiiimn. a -1"\1' .:I''' .'C'
Service Offered, Mine. 71-171 after 7 pm 2117. 05S. 6-4(35)( ) park AT 7-0143. tf ( )
EXPECTING COMPANY?
PLANTS SERVICES 75175For TWO bedroom furnished house WE .will not be responsible .. '
Sale, Miscellaneous! 78-178 near river, Palm City $60 plus debts Incurred by anyone WONDER WIIERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED Till:M DOWN }f

Wanted To Buy (MINe.) 11-181 Utilities Call A'17.2137.. ) 6-4 (15)( ) ourselves Sherman C. Veazie: Call ui ad. stop worrying" !! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere W r wn v xy
RI'
MOVING STORAGE 84-184 TWO-bedroom. furnished ,apartment and Virginia. Ve lie.' 6-4 ( ) I. that win surpass all but your owe t d al'I'+

Real E.Ute. For !Sale 90-190 All eldctfic built-in! kitcb ...... I IiIlMII51 CALL MARIE KIRK MANAGER '

Real Estate' Wanted 96-196 en. Clean attractive, one.,block USED CARS A TRUCKS, .Now Available for Your Sleeping Comfort
from new High School. School age -"'111_"M &." .Niagara Cclo-M.ieage Units !In Our Beds.
ho "s1k14. children acceptable,.Call
anytime.
aAto'aaaaeeaFOR
OLDS Convertible, 1962 E The 44VaIIeyForge" in Legion Heights
RENT 35 AT 7-0606. tf ((35)) lent condition throughout I Southwind Motel

-n.!:>... JI.L ATTRACTIVE efficiency apart. 000 miles Original owner. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, FULL DINING ROOM, LARGE CLOSETS
ment Ground floor. Near bank, steering-brakes, new tires. $ ( UA NO. 1 STUART TELEPIiONEt: 2174773
RENT 2 bedroom furnished ::
FOR : 1029 Road : a stunte
schools and park Call AT 72693tf(35). Terrace Bahama lit
house on Indian River, Sewalls race. 287-3085 6-4 ( ) w > Full Price IncludingLANDSCAPED
( ) J.!:! JJJL:" srussa.' urrataaur.ts
Point Yearly $125 per month 1
Call 287-2197 tf (35)) THREE room furnished apartment tsMtsa4lkseaetaN': L'l4IIM"W.' uw .ant, tv4' 'IIN' r esa"''''_'1. aaMltlleM $12,500 LOT

Tetaz Apartments, corner TRAILERS ft SERVICES 168 TRAILERS SERVICES 168LET'S
furnished
TWO bedroom
apart- Akron Avenue and West Silt Hrert ...... .. ,
ment for rent in North River IN... ''l:: "'" -""" ",n 'lfr rnon' J FURNISHED MODEL OPEN DULY
; distance
Walking to all stores AT
Shores $125 monthly year around.
Call 287-3547. tf ((35J) i 7-0439 If ((35)) PHIL BAKER, SALES MGR.
s.a tiara( )
FIVE room apartment, completely PLEASANT one bedroom cottagefor I -
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furnished. Second floor 700 I rent Within walking distance FACE IT !
of all stores Also: Apart
Federal 287.3325
South Hwy or i
.. 2871297. tf ment in Port Sewall Call AT 75892 BUSINESS LOCATION
((35)) tf ((35) IDEAL

CLEAN furnished efficiencies .'
ONE family house, unfurnished. .
weekly, monthly or yearly. '"
Adults. 211 Colorado Ave., 287- I Adults only Available June)\15. WE'RE LOADED ; -
4837. 6-11 ((35)) i Rent $100' Call at 308 Washing, I
ton Ave
Coral Gardens, Stuart
'TWO bedroom house, furnished. 6-18 ((35)) : .
Carporte, large living room, electric ...... .... r.'I
: kitchen, tile bath. Very clean FOR RENT OR SALE 38 15 1964 NEW MOBILE HOMES a ant
Call AT 7-0768 tf (35)) I
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I FOR Rent or Sale: 3 bedroom, 2 .

Call bath AT house 7-2714 located after near 12 noon schools. i t.i. I' ",h.t l =: v

U ((38)) 6 GOOD USED MOBILE HOMESAND I .r> }
WADS .
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HELP WANTED 43 "'1Ii '" '\ ws'i.

DO DIE JOB!IfiiII 0 ....A TRAVEL TRAILERSNO t: ," .- '. ,, .' J ..";,,.d If;. ik'.o : ,; ,

SALESMEN wanted to sell Lura- .- .:,Lc \r9M"vR'IC1f: }'., M_......* .+.::;.:!''MB'fih7ds .......... ,

farm light use.insect Call traps AT 7-4133 for homes tf ((43)and) FOR LEASE, TIllS PROPERTY WITH 200 FEET OF


1 FLORIDA progressive Registered, growing Pharmacistfor local PUBLISHED PRICES U. S. 1 FRONTAGE, 3 !MILES NORTH OF STUART

chain Openings available' in Fort

Beach Lauderdale and,Stuart Fort area.Pierce,Excellent Vero COME IN LET'S DEALDEALERS FOR RENT with Option to Purchase 3 Bedroom House

opportunity company benefits for advancement Apply Mr. Man and -Large Living Room Tile Bath-Built-in Oven and Range

gum Broward Drug Office 825 -Utility Room-Carport-Large Lot $90.00 Per Month.
N. W. 6th Avenue, Fort Laudtr- ALSO ll'SLCOMB
dale. tf ((43))

' Dial ATlantic 7.1550 SECRETARY.Bookkeeper. Three
days pet week with possibility of JENSEN TRAILER SALES W. J. WEISS REALTORU.

ask for the increase to 4-5 days per week.
and Small amount of typing required. Just North of the Arch Jensen Beach Telephone 287.2732 i
9 r j Salary will be discussed at Inter. .. ,r. ..-,- S. 1- JENSEN BfiACH DIAL AT 7.3538
view. Write Box R. e/o Stuart 1.4 ( ...
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on RoadRight.ofway months Tin Helliei oimrv hulling '' 11 ospital aide :at M 11 I I \II11"dl1: H," )plt.d,I Iapeile TITC rTL\RT;. TlutiJa( ; "NT W.I 11surda*' June 4. I9f4 "BINSI i ir
inspector. will take the job. e>n medic,,re I .
Job Gave Talk to More
The Martin County Cormnis meetings of this nature
designed to bettir the understand,
Because of the large amount of won approved the change and noted Nursing Group ins of member ot the group on
road right-of-wato "be obtained that Harold Glass will take their
over The Florida Nurse Asuowalion, profession arc planned I t tor
by the county in _the next six Hellwrs duties I the coming year J
District 42 met recently for the
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IMATE FOR SALE 19* will resume' in the ,fall Public I Hearing

lilt., '". '_ .b, The ejection of new officer Set on June 9 r ,w
y
was followed/ by the selection. of t
three delegates, to attend the A public hearing! on whether
660' of river frontage on South Fork of Honda Nurses. Convention i in lo extend the closing I! hours for v
October Mrs Sarah Timon. preailcnt sale of alcoholic beverages m Mar
St. Lucie River 30 acres, including approximately Mrs. Margaret Miller. and tin Counts from 1 to 3 .1 11III III
Mrs Mary Pence will representthe "be held by the Martin County
200 Royal Palm Trees beautiful
group Commission at its next regular

grounds. Contact your broker or Dr. Duane Slemle radiologist -meeting- on June 9".-. -. --
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REAL ESFA1E FOR SALE 190/

ALBERT BROOKERP.O. l I ....-


Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
I.U.01(\ ) : FOR SALE

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3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE


BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYFine I '4'" .... ,. "" ':,,R ;" ,rt1l-,;, ;.... .l ... ... C&.ol",. :,\ .," '..:.'I .""f'II. .I

RIVER FRONTAGE NI'.tI.1': : 'VII I ID officer of the Auxiliary to the VcUnn Migirmc. conduetres Back row left to right: Alvin' I druhbol-

well-established local business. foreign Wirs" ire left to right front row: Grace Hill. chuplunThctnu : or hearer: Gladys Almcgord/ color bearer: Midge Tracy. treasurer 1

Pay for inventory only! I Bennett, p.,si department president and instilling officer; Jean Moran secretary; Gertrude Murray color' hearer Phi mslah, i!
360 ACRESFOR Jennie Smith "r"'lIk'nFlilh Carl ln"l. vice president. : Helen lition ceremony* held Thursday evening Slav 2X


on Require This- One Around- $2000000 PIEASF CALL Sorry FOR No Phone APPOINTMENT Information:- VINCE INFORMATION NELSONBOX Writ. to I Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary Honor Heroes .


Highway Frontage . $29 per foot The Auxiliary if the Veterans evening May JH the Pelican hotel pier Participating for which our cih7em fought and
of Foreignurs. held' joint installation I Thelma Bennett 1 president I the services Past
a Piv-
122 JUPITER FLA ) past in were died. It i i. a lime lo mcmarluli/e
Choice Acreage, 10 to 100( ) Acres, $495. per PRINCIPALS ONLY, with_the post!. Ihurvdiy. Istulhng I : ; officer department I .i'CJ.It: the Con in: ulent Hill) Myrtle and Margaret Hull, Chaplain Kuhn (assistcd ;race- those nlC.'fhI'" ) died gallantly who

acre. St tJl' ,_ diielrcssci: Bernie Zangenberg" and hy Communeler John K r lur.| served wffcreJ. endured and
REAL KSTATF: FOR SALE W Ruth Patrick. and Secretary M ibeltew ray. |aVe their live for I their country
3 Bedroom I Home 20 Acres $12,950.00Ask I
on ----- __ .Ia.I. I I I.. all of Auxiliary No. 35SK SiiiJ Commander Murray: "We We know at veterans that i h e

Vest Palm Beach honor the men and women who grave of our war dead offer. mule
UsYou'll Be Clad You Did SALE IN HOBE SOUND 'I' Officer installed were: .rre-i. served our country In times of testimony lo the heart courage
Sewalls Point dent Jennie Smith: senior vice emergency, and all WUo and determination of American
I president. dilh Carlstrom; chap- nut say that t Memorial' Day iilo citi/cn to defend their heritage
20 Acres of high dry land ready for sub 3 BFDRfXW I Hi Rain Inn. Grace Hall; secretary Jean !hf marked by boastful utteranee no matter what the cost Honor
1'on (entral lltal and Air Conditionnt Moran Midge of victories. It should
:' ; treasurer Tracy; : past : them with reverenCe, and keep
PSlf.V{{ dividing into 100x100) ft Lot pin conductress, Helen. Magarlnc; odor l. bo day ti> recall sucrtfiee and dynamic in Ideal" the deep meaning .
; a two street development. tiiiest; House Excellent: lln hearer, Alvina druhh, Gertrude !service, and the_American ideal of Iheir mortal nucrifice"
n I
and Gladys
ancblg-525,000> Murray Almegord --
900 Colorado Ave, (across from 1st National Bunk) Property has 660'on First Avenue, a depthof Marion Cook. Riviera Reach, Bridal Shower pink sweetheart", rose' arranged

AT 7.2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 1292'. It is located about 3000' from the Cool Pool president IXhay of .District Lake Worth). and, Margaret "past.I Held/ Honoring by Mn Harold Burkey
DON O'KELLY BOB WILLIAMSHOMES
or Others present and presenting
president of Dmlnel 3 were guest
es fUO new school, by car it is two minutes from 3 BFDKOOM: 2 Bath CBS A buffet dinner followed the Barbara Murray Miss Murray with their favorite

-With Swimming Pool-NletI installation ceremonies. Visiting bust Marie Ji K.ilboiirne recipes were: Mr. Huher Speedy,
> Mrs
d. the beach and I ocallon In North River Short! menders: attended: fWI1l>
shopping. $%7,500. Reach: lake Worth West "I'ulm Ned Kilhonrne and Mr. J. P Bo- Mr. J. ). Richards, !, Mrs. Virginia
Beach, Riviera Reach: and I Lake zone were he>sieu>e* it a surprisemiscellaneous 1 Duncan: Mr. Jack: Bonert Mrs.

Call or Write; i Park bridal shower non. Kenneth Slimmell. Slit H. H.
Jensen lleach orlng the former Miss Barbara
Memorial services were h .Id I Thayer Mr. Joe Pcnrod Mrs.
Murray May 27, In the First
2 BEI)R\I: I Bulh-Nice Saturday May 30 at Fern' Hill Methodist 1 Church annex. She he- John RaiimisHcn. Sirs. 0. t Whit-
HOWARD DIMICK 75x100 ft. lot In Sky Hit Cemeteryhere a wreath wa came Mr, William Henry Surf scar. Mr. W. A Cesar, Miss
ll,lKhta Meed to Sill it placed ort the VT-AV plaque, and a on Sunday Helen kenmson. Mr*. Walter
wreath wa cast the water al
ON THE ST. LLCIE' 2 Bedrooms-Lot 100 x 400-$27,000. 420 Royal Palm Way Phone 832-3743 $10600) upon The honoree wan twisted i n Keun Mrs Jacob Beer, Mr. Wil
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opening: the gifts by MIDI kit ham Manchester. Mr. E A Wood
PALM BEACHRIVERFRONT "hoatrnu. and Margie Ashley Clair Mrs. Vincent. Stewart Mri Tom
ReducedNOW Ir Brown New :
ON THE GOLF COURSE 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, lurnUhed $. Dumieh and Kitty Kindred Curtis. Mr. Cd I (nxllcwskl. Mn

-Lot 100 x 250 $18,000 I.I, (UOI A NIW: 2 BFDROOM President of f Highlight! of the candlelit refreshmenl Marvin Keller Mr*. John SalMer
Guod 1 table I were tray of Mrs, Waller I Jessun I rncst Rodenhungh -
('BS I 11> Bath high Legion A I uxtltary -
IN SNUG:- HARBOR 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath Furnished and l dry locution In Jensen pastel frosied French petit four Mr. and Mrs; ,John Han
Lot 150 (I. SI lucie Frontage x 375. Price $45,000 ESTATE I lorlda Room Enclosed: Garage \ New officer of the American in rainbow! hue. bilked and hand! 1 nuked. Mr*. Rosiilccn Murraj\ anti
decorated! by Mr, Kilhournc,. The Mrl. F I S. D ihcrty mother\ andgrandmolhcr
$ Harold )John
13,0110.I Legion Auxiliary
centerpiece wa a silver bowl I of of this bride
WEST LAKE VIEW 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms, Furnished I Post No f\>2 of Smart, are: presl ,
Price $19.008.-- -. w ; T .. -w vice president! Mrs Puvldu' Taylor '
/ WAlrRrKONF: LOIS In Sew. I : tecond vice president Mr. HOBE

WATERFRONT ACREAGEOver 200()( .Ft. Frtage; on Beautiful ails Point from $115 a front fool II[ Mae. Barnes, recording wcreiury: SOUND NEWS
River to KoudHOYT. Mr* Gertrude Mmnehun oorre
20,000 ft. frontage 750 Acres Broad St. Lucie River I spending secretary Mr, (]icrtnulo SIRS EVA CAMPBELL, Correspondent 5463V11
Mr. Jennie Wil
Boyd; treasurer
Price $1500 per Acre Terms I bar, chaplain, Mrs Marie Hironi- ..
Within City Limits of Stuart C. mug; historian Mrs Nellie Pet I
loni, Hrgeunt at-arms Mr' f lorence First Aid Squad Appeals for
City Water I Billiard, color bearer; Mrt
MURPHYREALTOR Mamie Wood; executive commit
SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR An Original Florida Home I tee, Mr. Clara Mae Tsima; Mrt More Volunteers, Less Calls
I Myra H lion and Mrs. Loiicllo
Well and
Kept Spacious
rulford Mrs. Ruth Thomas of the Hohe day you or tome of your family
620 COLORADO AVENUE' STUART, PHONE AT 7.0966 SOUTH AlA There will rw a Joint Inslallulkxi Sound First, Aid Squad asks that may need It.
) Nice Guest Cottage Jensen Beach of the Auxiliary and the Post' at we make special note of the fact 'If the squad could recruit at
Next to The Prescription Shop I
( Hall June hul there have been. occasions
the Legion on Friday least
thirty would
I. Cl901 men, it mean
Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. I AT 7-3340 12 at .II. ".m. Refreshment will aiily when the Hob/ Sound amx only one Week or four

p" Well Landscaped With I.180. follow lance has !been called for other\ shifts a month for': each man. Thereare
than emergency purpose. "Only many young men 'in Hone
Lar4e Lawns and Many : when there I I. no lime" or funds Sound who could and ihould give

ARAREALTOR Beautiful Trees and Plants !IOR SU I; HOUSE FURNISHD: $160000, a Bedroom lance available should to call your a community regular ambu.ambulance of (heir time and effort for this
worthy f I.
community It
cause. an
C. B. 1 Bath Terrazzo Floors Kllcbeo. Silting Rams, he called, since we ire
opportunity to ave a life, or he of
Priced To Sell $$29,950.00See I Awnings, Screened Carport, Landscaped Utility Room.. not In competition with commercial service lo your community,
"
$8.000))) .UO Unfurnfched. ambulances," she points out. Plcae think It over and call
Your Agent or Phone 'It would be entirely possible the membership chairman, Ran-
ESTABLISHED 1925 AT 7.2607 AT 7.3232tf Term hat" tome lime, while the ambulance ton W Randall '546-4291 or any
IOR SALE; IIOUSE FURMSIIFD Floor
252 Osceoh Avenue Stuart-AT 7.0440 Ii out on a non-emergency Other member 'of.the Squad, We
<1101< )
1 Bedroom 1 Bath Kllehen Dining Art, Large Uvhig call, a real emergency may occur need you badly.
PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING Room Screened Patio. landscaped Utility Boom, $1. *.000. and a life may be lost because the, "We can always use contrmu--
Approximately 3000.00 needed. ambulance U not available : lion of money, and rummage, but
ON THE WATER "Furthermore," the goes on to our greatest need now i ja for more.
Our Best Buy --- I FOR RENT- HOUSE- with Refrigerator Stove, Unfuml.hd lay 'consider: the burden I hit I volunteer lo man the ambulance
call creates for and blood' for our
J Bedroom 1 Bulh KHchen, IHnmg Area, I-KIng Room, non-emergency !newly-opened'
few blood bank, account"The
he very volunteer driven and
Select Group of 100 FT. FRONTAGE:'\/ ON THE ST LUC1E 500 fl. deep Landscaped $7500 per monlb. attendant who man the ambulance *

OCEANFRONT TRACTS over an Acre. C.B.S., Studio Living Room, Bath and Kitchen on a twenty. .four-hour baiii Thomases
Large Porch and Utility Room $14,500. Term The following In a direct quote
Complete information available RALPH HARTMAN JR. from Mr*. Thomas speaking for Entertain
I President Ted Chamber, and the
ON FRAZIER CREEK C.B.S. One Bedroom 1 Bath Kitchen I mire squad: Mr. and Mr. Glenn Thomas
upon request. Living Room Clawed' .ke Front Porch, I-Car Garage, Close to REAL ESTATE The time for vacation has ar entertained weekend gueit from
Shopping. 910000. Term. rived again It leave the ambulance ( Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shan
Our Best Buy I II I i- squad with even fewer volunteer non and children, Patty Rae and
I AND INSURANCE lo man the ambulance, Mike Mr*. Shannon I U Mn
I and It I II entirely possible it will Thomat sinter
CANAL Brand New 3
ON A Bedroom I'/i Bath Screened
110 E. OSCMHA: AVE, STUART AT 7-4600 Mr*. Thomas held, a backyard
have lo !be put out of service torn
HOMES Porch Dock Air Conditioned Sprinkler System. 1285000.
* I e.4 tUOI! ; days during the next three month barbecue birthday party on S.mir
One of theta might be just the, day In honor of her mother. Mr
U. S. NO 1 FRONTAGE 170 ft. x 600 ft top South. of I -- Anna Haymoiul
HOW ABOUT THIS PORT SEWALL WATERFRONT HOME: Stuart $50.00 per,ft. Guests included Mr and Mn
80 x 350 Seawalkd Lot Total $27,500, Two Bedrooms I Warren Haymond and ton, Chuck,
Spacious Living Room-Florida Room-overlooking the water I HUTCHINSON, ISLAND Gary and Steven, Mr and Mr*.
and your dock Ad the Item you need for good Florida living BEAUTIFUL NEW IIOMR Exceptionally Urge Rooms 2 I Charles Genard Mr*. Oust (>.e.
-Call for Appointment to see. Bedrooms, Florid.. Room IV* Baths, Attached Garage !Must he I nard, Mr and Mrs. Richard !sands\ .
and their from Gainesville.
Ken to be appreciated Full price 1300000. Good Terms.WEST aunt
I LOTS $4500.00 MIM Sharon Robertson Air Technician
$9,400 lOftL PRICE $%6.1" taxes M 1963 1960 CBS Two Charles Lyon, Vernon .
Home oo 60 II 135 ft Lot Well twtdwapeal Tw. Bedrooms I Sand and Mr*. Fannie J.iek-
ACREAGE
Florida Room Hurricane Awnings Garden Tool ANOTIIER FIRST IN REAL ESTATE ton
this One!
Better hurry on OF TURNPIKE:- 10 ARLS660 i ft. CM* Loop Road NO SILENT SPRING:-
51.250.00. Term LOTS 90 x 100, READY TO liUIU ON

5 Rods ACRES- Truly ON SMALL!rah* at LAKE$16,500.- 1963 Owner CM will Home fUuuce.- Drapes, EAST OP TURNPIKE 10 Acre, Hit* md dry, 500000. RESIDENTIAL . .'. H . . . . $4500.00 ond up Here an for interesting you bird"lover bit of front information -

APARTMENT SITES u. . , $5000.00 and up Chamberlain Steve Rathkopf flower of J the urns Grant here in

FOR RENT! Three Bedroom House, new Schools, Park, I IPowaa TAYLORASHLEYREAL Hobo Sound. He says' there will
-. Stuart, UnfwmbbeJ-$75.90 per mourn, )'18(* kttke.S9 I ROLAND G. LUEDER be no "Silent Spring, here from
II the farm iosectitKlei They. have
I a time coaxing' the bird not to

NORTH RIVER SHORES I ESTATEJim Member Multiple Listing Service that build support their n,st the u. on black the drop wire mesh cloth

NORTH RIVER FOREST I directly over. the prayed plams

RIVER RIDGE I Whitehead LINDA JUff
8 I GET WriA
STUARTS LEADING WATERFRONT: COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATE I We an wry \to bear that Unda

630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440 I Sue Way has again! 'been taken to
I 729 Stuart fJqrida} Phonq 3871,456 k.tfital' with wus uifectioq and
Ave
Colorado
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,.. fun 4-4 (!"*> ,. hull 00ft1C'\M. We all hope the
s IIt01
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THE STUART ((1'111.) NEW Thursday June 4, 1964 I

a'f
Public Is Invited
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Allgood Brand Sugar Cured


Girl Scout Fete Is, CHUCK SLICED



6 EventArea r
June Park


Girl Scouts will hold an "in-gathering" program at Memorial r ROAST BACON
Park in Stuart from I to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 6. Here is the program
to which the public is invited:
Flag Ceremony Everyone participating with Color Guard formedby
representatives of Brownies, Juniors and Cadets
"Make New Friends' .... . .... ... .. ... .... All Girl Scouts r. 1 Mb.
FlYup Ceremony All Third Grade Brownies get wings, crow Bone In
bridge as a group, and are pinned by Junior leaders c
"Goodbye" to Fly-ups ...... ........ ...... ...... ............Waving Brownies pkg.
Hello" to Fly-up........ .. .. ...... .... ....... ......... ......... ........... Juniors 3 7 39C
Cadet Ceremony ... ......... .. All Sixth Grade Juniors cross: bridge as a EXTRA SPECIAL.
group to Cadet leaders lb. (2lb. pkg. 77c)
"GOODBYE" to New Cadets ..................................................... Juniors 'Super-Right" Lean Freshly
-Hello" to New Cadets... .... ............. ............................... ...... Cadets
Senior Ceremony... ......... .... ...............All Ninth Grado Cadets crow: Ground Beef
bridge to Seniors
"Goodbye" to New Seniors. ....... ................... ............... .... Cadets I
"Girl Scouts Together"... ...... ..... .. ............... ..................Everyone "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
March lo Btindshi.il .. Brownies lead off, followed by Juniors, 3 98c
adds and Simon lb. pkg.
Songfest t in Bandshcll Each group will load Girl Scouts in songs : C
Refreshments in Bdndshi.il. .. ....... ... ...... ....Girl Scouts CHUCK STEA45
Closing Circle .. Girl Scouts and leaders uiiu

PLAID .
250 Secretaries Convened; Orai STAMPS
"SUPER-RIGIIT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
With this Coupo. and S... d I
i pun
Mrs. Lindsey Local 'Prexy'Some i MclO-Bit Amir., Plmlenlo or
Ip SWISS 12-oa. JASLK Bonibnc67'
250 secretaries in the lin: treasurer, Mrs. Virginia Venue, F D C11FESE pkg. 4 /CWltk RIB ROAST
Florida Division of the National An installation dinner will be I nadh.e.t.JYn.5 alhe a-M 1o
Secretaries Association convened held ut the radcwmds Restaurant "
Way 22-24 at Tampa on Monday evening June 15, at
The Stuart Chapter was represented 710: p.m. Mrs Dillon will be
by Mrs Virginia Veazie, the installing officer. All sccre-
president, a delegate, Mrs Burbam buries In the county: are invited U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF UJ5. CHOICE BEEF CROSS
Ann Lindsey, alternate; Mrs, For reservations call Mrs. Ivy Mur PLML "SUPER-RiGlif" FRONT QUARTER
Katherine Jeffers and Mrs. Margaret ton, AT 7-1222 before 5 p.m. or RIB STEAK lb. 79c RIB ROAST .. 69c
Newman. AT 7-0069)() or Mrs. Barbara Ann SIAM S
At the convention the Stuart Lindsey AT 7-4637, CLUB STEAK LEAN MEATY BEEF Freezer Beef Sale
representatives handed out pain this c...,.. sad pu...... .! ? 89c
phlets on Martin County published Nursing Class L1 Pkkle Patch Hamblllilcr SHORT RIBS 29c"SUPFRRIGIir
by the Committee of I lit( ). Mr SLICED 1-qt.,1 l-pt Delmonico I STEAK Ib$149 150 lo 175lb. Average!: Whole
Mabel Dillon of Fort Pierce, was i Is ConsideredBy DILLS jar 4ge : SMOKFD
elected Florida Division secretary Junior CollegeIndian i. nail th...,..t..J...* 'It I.e e-M FRONT QTR......... ,lb. 35c
and treasurer .. Shoulder STEAK lb 79c PORK CHOPS lb. 69c
At a meeting Monday evening, River Junior College is L!. ___ __ __ 80 to 100.lb.Anraae: Whole
May 25, the local chapter elected currently conducting a survey in "Super-Rlght" Bologna, Olive, Piniknto or Spiced "SUPER-RICH r TENDER SLICED
for 1964-65: president Mrs Barbara connection with a proposed nursing I : LUNCH MEAT BEEF CHUCK...... ,lb. 35c
2S.49c BEEF LIVER 49c
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Ann Lindsey, vice president program at that institution. lb.
Mrs, Ivy Murton, recording secretary Only two questions are asked: PLAID II 25 to 30-Ib. Average!! 10-Inch tut-\\hole
Mrs. Holly Rams: corresponding ('I I) Are you interested m a pro I Grade "A" Quick Frozen RYFR BREASTS or QUICK FROZEN

secretary, Mrs Marge Champ- would fcsMonal lead nurse to licensing program as a which registered f SO .! FRYER LEGS 2 x 89c F sifsTl 3 moo: BEEF RIB .. 59c

? (2)) Would enroll With ThU CrniMn rd Purchu* l
nurse (
you SMOKED LEAN CENTER CUT MEDIUM GREEN QUICK FROZEN CUT & WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER
Shower u'such a course if it were offeredby Jane Parker LIGHT TENDER

Nancy RaphelA onors Interested Indian River high Junior school College gradu? I ANGEL FOOD' : CAKE 1.Ib.l size-oz. 4ge I I PORK CHOPS .. ,, 69c SHRIMP.............................. 79c AT NO ADDITIONAL: CHARGE t
ales, who have not already submitted
shower was given in honor this information through I s

1 of of Miss Gary Nancy Steele,Raphcl Wednesday, bridc-clict, their high schools are invited to L.! _._.__._._._._ ______..______._.......--:irWD Special! ANN PAGE REALLY FINE !
do so directly to the colkgfl. ---------.---. -------
27, at the home of Mrs. Ralph .
been. Sunset Ella,... ORCAS ci\i
Among those attending were HELD MEETING: MAYONNAISE quart t45C I
Mrs Ak! Raphtl, Mrs. James The Dorcas Sunday school class 25
Groison, her from New met Thursday, May 28, at the DDS jar
Brunswick, rf.ejtr John First Baptist Church Mrs R H Whhhis. C.u." s.d yunlw. .1
Steele mother of the bridegroom Turner gave the devotions after A&P INhfANT: CHOCOLATE:
Mrs. Harry Davidson Mrs. l lee which the business! meeting was
FLA\'OREI 13
Oulson, Mrs. James Dillon Mrs. held Mrs. Walter Kuck told some pkg.33c WHITE BEAUTY
Paul Jarrett, Mrs. Helen .Arm- of her experiences on a round DRINK
thor Mrs Claude Young Miss the-wolld cruise. and Mrs Fred 434.4 ta.......Ju..S. 11I1.14i
May Holmes, Mrs. Henry. Spiller Hall read a poem. Mrs. Charles
Miss Helen Rcilly, Mrs. Carl Turn, : Reynolds was hostess and servcirefreshments. .. IL
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er, Mrs Tom Wciser, Mrs. Otto 3
Kubm Mrs Andy Johnson, Mrs i '
Harold Carpenter Mrs. JohnLynch Weekend guests of Mr and \ ;: can
: Mrs. Andrew Basal I. Mrs. Mrs William lleger Coconut I ( ,
Eugene Poux, Mrs. Charlesitumpp Park, were Mr and Mrs. Thomas
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lilt Sll VR1' (FlDrklu) NEWS Ihursday, June 4, 1964 1-C
Is Lifted -

Small Fry and Fish With Roc<: New in St. Lucic
On Liquor Sale ,


Near Big ParkThe I Striped Bass May Be 'Success'


ban on the solo of alcoholic ,
v

to Jonathan beverages Dickinson in an area State adjacent Park II ,. As More Catches Are ReportedB

was removed recently by the I
Martin County Planning and Zoning -

several Commission at the request in the of IRNKM: 1.OS: I were posted at all fishing camps, miles long from Atlantic lo gull, .
property owners
n.irinas and fish houses includes 7f1U-square-mlle I I"a i k "
warning
area.During There t is continuing evidence I thin the bass Okccchobco and t h c ostensive
I
striped were being
World War II, the area r that the siripid buss brought down I I Kissimmce River
systemIf
: : t their introduction
protected during
was designated off.limits to liquor tram North Carolina and Mocked !
and beer because of service per. F d' in i the North fork of the I St. I IK it period the small fish are as i plentiful
sonnel stationed at Camp Murphy ; eau. Rivet more thun a year ago are'' Approximately a down mature as the three widely sepanu! catches.
I Y ri lash have been eaptmed and released appear lo indictte and the i Ilia"
now Jonathan Dickinson State hokl
taking
I by anglers in this area since 1 lure stripers have .matte, 'pusui.
: rI H. A Kindred. Stuart grocer. ,
Park.The ing-as (drahiini tit t hlould
the nnd
area approved Monday caught| an tight-inch striped planting- fisherman one was caught Sebustian seem to indicate j is 111111111,111, the
night/ for the sale of alcoholic beverages on tin shimip while fishing\ t rn a cane "pole at .
miles theconst St. Lucie i is well on Is \ting I 1"? has
lies between U. S. 1 and l'rUitt' Camp on the North "hU"1 nearly forty up a new tune fish t w. ,i III ,is.

the Intracoastal Waterway, and last hursdav I (famed t tarpon| s n ,i 11 I k d i 'ca
from the general area of the Olympia I his is (the third small 11' Plantings ol striped bass have trout
Overpass south to the Palm reported 10 The Stuart News in I been most successful in (surge river
,
And. since the d I',0
sli ,
Beach county line. the past) Hint weeks, and thc> systems. I hey are indigenous II/, I'I:
far i into lhIr i the
lo the St, Johns River on the Lastoust up I
were caught tit widely separated
The area was zoned under Hobe ( t and to the ('hlltlalu>I'Chee day ma\)\ not be fir oft 'i brim 11 o ot",,x
Sound as Commercial 1, f spots a six incher at Jensen Belch ,, ,
zoning chobcc hits fishermen "n. '
vVa"I ia i
'oust of Florida.
the \\est (
t hlj C'nu'c"ay. a f"lIr.jnchcr off \\SI I L; on I
but prohibiting sale of alcoholic < P
> stripers charging their plugs and
I hev succeeded the Sacramento
radio station at Stuart-and this m
beverages. The board approved r streamer flies Meanwhile reman
alilornui,,
countywide Commercial.1 i last one nearly eight miles upriva in
zoning her to release catch BIUlligit
which Ihis not only indicates 111.it One optimist factor on the any you
allows the sale of alcohol
A
will the light II
*
j give green
(then has been a successful spats ning striped hiss piinting in the St.
Zoning Director Fred Bell told the striper population the
irom the local planting hut also 1 ueie is Ih it this South Hondariver passe
the board that in the two I in the battle to
past danger "point establish
t Unit tin young fish arc widely i seal is linked in with large waterways
large marinas had decided : itself in South FloridaIt
against toed in the Indian and. St I LucicRisers. II is part of the Okec- ;
locating in the area because of All were returned alive choke \\ulerwuy, which is 148
the alcohol bun" Plans for a large has been found that irrudia
Now. hear this: also on Thurs.
in the ---- --------
marina area are now being il.i) 1.liner Graham ol/ Golden lion Increases: the size of grapes
made Bell reported. - ---- -- ---- -
dull wan casting for snook on the Land Traded for
Attorney A R Clonts and several North Fork when he landed and Professional
residents from the area ap r 'I released four striped bus between A Ramp EasementA

the peared spokesman before the said board.that the Clonts, I HERE IS Sergeant Robert Randall of Hohe Sound in : :'\ ) R,\:NOl.L of Hobe Sound holding I.til and eats tour and live pounds tipicee All len-fx't.wilo, sixty.foot.long I Tearing,: Aid Service
group the fish be females
to
approved of the change to allow tire about to fight a bull at Chinchon, Spain. vanquished bull presented as accolade at licrona. Sp tin, and heavy appeared with roe strip of land owned by the county Sty A, BYRNE,
the sale of alcohol, and it wouldbe between U. S. 1 and the Intra-
Members of Martin (ounty Certified lining AU
Air Force Man From I lobe Sound Spain south of Hobe
a step that would help developthe Chapter of t the Iiuk Walton coastal Waterway
commercial area. I eitgiie lire extrcmelv hopeful" Sound was exchanged for..a tilly I Audiologist
The County Commission approved iieeirdmg to Martin HeuvelmanHchuiriniiii foot casement leading to the! water Specialist In Quality Hearing

the change Tuesday, May 26 Randall Bull FighterA I of the committee which in perpetuity at a nearby Aids, Batteries, Ear Mold and
Sgt. raised s o in e $M)0()() lo purchase location. Repair of All Make.
around JOO()() small but mature stripers The exchange of land was the
For the Best in of settlement of the 107 Atlantic! Avt, Ft. Pierce
from North Carolina seiner*. out-growth a
Hobe Sound Air Force man ance of this season in this American rejonea- I and has a manager Don Agustin All were of spawning age IA>UIS Snyder estate Tho county (Opposite St. Luclt Bank)
Rug CleaningCall stationed in Spain for the past many Spanish fiestas h and Lolitu invited Briecno, who has been iru.tru. The Ciame &. Fresh Water Fish said it could use the casement lo HOward 1.3035jjv4

three and one.half years returned spring. to visit them in Segovia mental in making contacts, lining Commission co-operuled by send the water for a future, bout rump
home May 12, as full.Hedged ro- "There are very few the invitation i in fights and arranging publicity. ing a tank( truck to North (Caro -
jcncador. a "bull fighter from dors m that special group 1962/ and it was in Se up I !lime tor two plantings which were -- -

WARREN'SAT horseback." who face El Toro, chiefly: Randall took part in ('OMMIIIHS' NVMll:)) I made on the North Fork of the
He is Staff Sergeant Robert A of the requirements to be : fight, not as rejoneador' BY SOKOKIIY I St I Lucie under supervision of
7-1755 Randall, twenty-eight son of Ran I pert rider and to maintain with equipment and Biologist James Birkuloo
son W. Randall Hob Sound, I of highly trained stallions in the paseillo! the Xi Gamma Phi Exemplar Chapter following the plantings, signs
who attended school there and at I Randall appears in a of the rejoneadors and Beta SiLjua Phi, held its final
Stuart bclore/ the Air force uses mounts belonging ( the the
joining During entrance business luncheon: of the scosunl
Beady for v I when he was seventeen. He returned friends He has worked I put on a demonstra recently at the Ships I ant GA STORAGE

with his wife the former since he was thirteen horsemanship. I ighiccn members and guests rn'l WAREHOUSE
Delivery NOWI! Rosa Gonzalez whom he married breaking them for r : here that the spark of present
in Spain in 1961. training them for riding i
fanned into the flame .
1 I Randall will (leave In mid.June :training them:: for trotting : desire to become a Committee for the members IV64/ >:''I year were, and assigned Storage by the
for his next alignment at George ing in Pcrryvtlle i and r i From that day Ran
niikkt lor luncheon and
1Enjoj I Air Force Base Calif.-where I and various other places' ; with Candido, Lohta and plans one be DayVcck
ono night meeting monthly
Mexico is just a short distance I nessee Honda and g just about every mo
ginning I in September
away It I is a safe bet that on his sergeant lists Hobe his off-duty) time. Month Year s
as his home 1 he recently installed presidentfor
leaves, he will find opportunity 1
traveled with Candi '
USED IURNIILRE ft
i to practice his art m Mexican bullrings "A spark of interest in the l465 year, Mrs. Joe /
Lolita to of their
because the Florida man ing was struck in Randall many I Ilnle>. commended the club on APPLIANCE
RCA VICTORNew I has become "heart and soul" a professional after he arrived in Spain, over talking Spain to, men studying in the the the past years achievements, both AlA, GOLDEN GAIE "
service-wise and socially OPENFRIDAY 4rnn4: %
I bull fishier taker, 19(0' A newly 1963/ the __ _
: By 1 secuaijj: :\: was t __ ___ __ _- ----------- --- -
r Randall dresses m cowboy attire quaintance AIC DteJt .2153'Y" in some of the.festi
Wild when pitted against the bulls, plained the many facets many of the fights, tak '
According to a recent article hv fighting On nil' friends of the equipment, pre-
Staff Sergeant M. Herrle in the Randall studied the art horses and riding

@@[1@ill: TVIn Stripes European: edition of Stars and going"During to a the corrida 1961( / ) I of to this rule lime m rejoneador was spent To Feel and Look 'til 7:00: p.m.

'Cowboys of the Old West faced -I son, Long and Randall i iI 3a receiving: j instructions i I
four Best Each
many a (ought hombre and to many corridas It wag from horseback In a''' Day. FAST CONFIDENTIAL LOANS
Your coped with many a mean critter this time t tut he met the rejoneador needs the
I I
from the backs of their trusty with some of the men \\ hands in placing some Get Your Hair Styled: r ,
steeds; but it u doubtful that any toros horns-Julia The horse Is
Own HomoTONIGHT wrangler ever faced a 1 200-pound() ) I tonio Ordonez, Joe Julio pressure of the rider At tlallaY!I
; y TO
fighting bull Staff Sergeant Robert I VUAJIICZ and the too and sometimes, the 25. $600.For
A. Randell, 497th Fighter Jntcr-I ta. Spam foremost team .
ceptor Squadron of the joneadors These men
Division has advanced the I legend the American and he the banderlllas and ro Your Convenience we are OPEN
the main of the re-
of the America cowboy to cover them more of the art part
YN.phonAT that feat of courage and horsemanship I bullfighting.In I 'r is a spectacular sight FRIDAY, 9 u.ln until 7:00: p.m.
shows the and
by becoming a rcjonea 1962 the' sergeant and horse courage as a team Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m
dor I trated on the rejonco It

7-3456 I difficult"The Spanish and dangerous rcjoneo art is the of I Ifighting I II and ing this 1-olita year Chaves that, ,he a met I of incredible the bull bravery Kejoncs and are a ty't :Salon

I Man ( al Jlss from rcjoneador horseback) and I II sister to play rejoneador an important team,part a half to on two-foot two and steel a e1.OISKRISIOIFERSEN Florida Loan Service

three foot wooden shafts
I horse relying on training, cour-
and intellect are pitted against El ., placed in the bull neck Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. INCORPORATE

: Toro Bravo, a magnificent animal Bids muscles: NHL WAL1ON 30 East Ocean Blvd. 287-1844
Request
with incredible power, whose bravo on is a member of the P\tll\F HN'thru; Saturday; PHONE 287-44SJ

ErsrBe J ery will not let it stop charging I Hobe Sound Syndicate of Bullfighters'. -- -
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until either the adversary or itselfis
dead. Unlike the matador whop I Bids are now being
a fights on foot, there ilt no cape ; by the Marlin. County
e to distract the bull from the rejoneador -I sion for the construction
'THtWLNSLOWMurk bana at the end of
IX Series14GB.736 Wearing a ten-gallon hat, boots !, in the Town of Jupiter 1 behind this
and chaps Randall a rAclar tmcian h' are due at 9:30: a.m., June signPRESCRIPTION

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2-C THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS ThimAay Jnne 4, 1964 SATURDAY-ConthiowlTiU SUNDAY-ConflniiMlAfn I Scientists Are Studying i 'Greybeard Stuff' provide the electricity for TC'?:_

-I 00...'. PrlMi.BtOO ..... ----- I dents of the twentyonesqiumife ,.

-4 Coral O. Hannr '.J1It'r ittend of Bermuda The
COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS B Advcntar The* r* .i most!
FItn01yb1o powerful of the units is one ,pf
Source of
31statpoat Mur'.1ii.; Plarhfruo .a.. 1 .Oral. Spanish Moss May Be 8,500 horsepower.The .
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fh.: 0TY PMn Beaeh (N.BC.I wh.r. :t'o BIOS-11 Momma Plarkoma. I e.nu ... 475-mile long Wabash liner
fh. 7-WjOMfi UOlml 4N. .0,1 Hie TV proar.ie II."... er* ferah Bill-10 u.... Bus
th 10-WtBW.'TV. Miami( (IA.BC) .. b th* tp tl.o..tatbn.( Th. BtuI B so. Bi.eo Angel d b1t01.4 flows through most of Ohio ,,1,11, !
1'1. -WHAT-TV W MI FeIM Beerk rat ,(.... I* not reeponelble (or *e, 10> Bun- Bnnnr Carnauba Wax Polishing Car forms part) of the Indiana-tlhm'' ,',

(A. .C.) rarrra .hanti.WEDNESDAY ,>,00AI.ln) Show IIMr.'i for $ hoiindnrv lineSmolcey .

THURSDAY-Conttnned B Bomb 0rrI __. ._. ,.
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JUNE aManinp ,.i3o-4 N.... 11 Morning' Tlnrhon** the
I Huntter.Hrlnkbr Bepor til*-10 Uncl. Bob :: :x-.u... IU4 According to H. C. Coulter of There seems to he plenty of difference the southern tip of Florida to Says

(Sum .. Mon'., nmpt) 7 II Now Klcht*., Woo Llf))of*. th* Sold CoaatIi4 ,::30-4 1_...... ..10-&I Noon ft Stan the Florida Forest Service, Spanish in opinions. Dismal Sw.mof Virrima, and

I.4H-H Hpw Rivlnnm ti-artaoni) >-4 N.wo--Wdur Groaaiw a-7 10 Aniwera Huff and Pleea Beddr (Gofer) II Iatw mod A..w nMevle mow-that! "greybeard stuff"you First of all Spanish mow 1 Is not along the Gulf Coast of Texas. It I'M SORRY
..1 Nwe' BrinktojrTiOO f too--IIIt "II""" ..... PHrtralt" I
9iOO, ( -4 Mnvtis. ('hln.( 01.( -Huotler. II Koilr fwrbr Pfr..... a true mass\ at all but a memberof probably causes more comments
Movlu,A"Ir.-: : -4 Petticoat Junction 10,00QIII.k( Draw M I 10130-10 4 Call th* DO.UW 1-7 HMter Hteot* Itslawrl DI't.1'1.'U and live-oaks
Aft.,.... 7 M,. Novak 10 plmoverlei) In Bcleno : -may have fMkfin. the mom h of no they see along Florid* highwajsIts

(gam .. Mondar oeept) It "...In. Parade 10.18. -10 Uncle Bob liOO-4 Chwkmat unetplorod economic value", Sayi UM to the tree. It'* a rootles air gray festoons swaying back and I

IZtlS-) Movie, "Bounlr Bunt.r"lt0010 '.SIl-4., Dattbllne PM.word 1030: 4 MlBhtr) Mane. 1.10-1 I-T PontMMJrrv Pow) *.t v*til Crealnee. BookPeoul Coulter: plant takffng food from the air forth in the breeze bring forth

W.,.." Movie, "Teen-en Crlm 10-1J '1 h. >llntton (Color) 6.7 10-11 XL Maglo t 'Color; Land I Ie of III. Book Spanish" mast hat been calledever'thing and nothing directly from the tree nostalgic picture of antebellum

:00-4: Kawhld. Samba from a parasite to Nature and moisture. The mansions and hoop-skirtcJ girls
...30Mn.I. "Santa P. I "1'11. 'j... Ihoo-l Rm) Tin TIm II Bunder. Matlne* ) except support
7 Movie "World for Roo."", 7 On. ateu JH.yor.il 1-7 Ueanl. tne Moo_ .IIO-f Mttleat) Hob I "lChmoo"--a bonu crop mom anchor itself to the bark. If cattle eat too much of it, it can

Iro-IO Yogi( Brar 10... Donna Il..o 10-13 Laruonlea; > l/eaper; C.Ro.sn11,30d I POTI| of th. Book that emu nothing to raise and Birds and wind carry its lee dsprout be dangerous because its fiber I is

5,46P6oton..by li 10.11'0-*.Mr' t>Thre.. KlldaM BOMliOO a., Purr Boy JKgere II t COm::Golf..Tonrnammt4i3O take no food from the aoll. The to any convenient location. most indigestible. Yet moss has :

Evanlaf -4 P.rr. Ma.** 10 An."'... Pl.Cecil.. -4 Twntltk Center. Indiant called it "Pale Moon Flow. it's not limited to live trees more food value than oat strawif
11 Ueanle and
Newe, Weatller 10 mump tha atara t 'Bandar em> because of the small yellow. dead telephone that hungry andIt v
6 tM( )-4-1 Bporta 11(46( -10 BanJ bill, Combat4tU ones or even you ever get
)10 Moil'. "UII'...t In M.I....." II En.l.n OIool. -I New sh-green flowers which bloom in wires will do-bUl many people won't hurt trees unlcw there is I
5tamn.ntAn( u. Haaal ) >
a.SO7
AII..._ .._ Moos VenteryI.7 the spring with a light fragranceat dies of it. ,
.ill-7 &>a HunV Adventur* (Id-It Jimmy :&$ Show 1 Wild Kingdom have observed that moss soon far too much

111 N.... Weather Bportl ((0,00Tbs (2t00-4 flkr KingHullwlnklo ) 14-11 Kuf.erf.otIn night I without the benefit of the moisture

.II,tZS "'4...Weatller I.l-f' P.rry Myawrr. Como 1'h..sits,...)(alb) ? Youth and the.IDolorl/.... *--I It OK.It College fr. BerkMr4fiio Bowl t* Spanish mom beneficial or i i. and shade given' off by a live tree. Church membership I nth e

... ID-IS SIlo Ad.me Ului _10 Ccll,g. Profile Blue ........ it a peon Spanish moss is not a parasite, United States grew by almost 14
11 SO-4 N. 10-11 Sid Carter (AIL) II BUB. BunnrIli30 1 Jo.... sod Atom) Don't let ere get out of
will
a Hunller-Brinaler. Report 10.30-10 Top. 1 In Sport 11 I To IosM, although> pest controllers say per cent between 1940 and t 1960 h.ndl
10 Bu Barf out If Pot., O.nn -4 Sin Fnwrnr fllant ... : : it detrimental than -- -- -- --- .-

Ii Mlmit' Life .. "It. Gold Co.., (() -....'.() "'..... W.."' .. 11>>0'". PhlladilphlaB7 Loe. Angelel v.. PltMborgh Ila6-1'i4_U C.Plahln'.. T, WMtfcer.II .BonM I MONDAY -Continued that beautiful* more The bulk of the com -_.,. .9y.ptlM,. .1 ,', -
II N.w.1,10Is' .
Bl4I 4 N.w. Walter Cronklte ).
P1ak (. Nola pond
6.7-Newi, Huntter.( Brlnkler Nawa, Waathar, Bun.it 10 111..0...... In Boson 1,11-/ plaints about moss come from
10-11 1'0.... ,)_4 Movl., "Three S.,..." II American) Band.un4IJI3J PetellneEvenhif Ift.:: : pine).. ...... homeowner who fear lost 0 f
(lliao-a Teniiht, Jobnar : Bclenr *
TiOO-J Datk V.llfT Dar *ita Canon -10 II MlfhtvaMk4lOt Moved
C Mwkl.berrr Hound ( .Ir.I.; ..00-1.-, Dangrrman flOO-*., Meat tbe PmCot.( ... I -II M.vl.* limbs, weakening, or death for 4\ !
t0 1Mlaml Pms e.nI..MII StayThrough
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7 Movie, "ftlllrlman the Conqueror"I. "TOI (10 Maverlrk ornamental trees. Spanish most,
I I. 'i'n/n./ "oodo It Moro' Champlonohy Bride
... .
1,30Boltimo Mlnn
.30CH !Rrpontb 1.08. -u rflnrhtmuk. ota 'tot-II w. Hant M Knirwil TUESDAY therefore doe have certain drawback _

.7 Th.Ilral"l.n ,Cotor. 410_II Moro 11 10 Know WreiUIng" Your Bib). .-1 Pe 11.1.0).rbor4. JUNK 1 *. A thick layer of wet moss
(0.)) Advtntum at U..) aid - lAU-
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Harrl.tt FRIDAY 1.00It. and the. story .i>4-4 Hawaiian Br* Hotea4 can break off limb, although some
Wla. .
7 Watck Mr. "
.too-4 PYI. JUNE a 10 8" ",,., flop I Pracilured:;).4da I'lioVerataram Rumiiwr l.mmtor, "Mon.rm will claim: that this la just one ofNature'

,llt-11:30- 4 Petty Bu._luk.. Show ;; I 11.tunl.y M.tnNIIMId ) 1( Hootnan, Comparntl.) Dramk" way of pruning or house-
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Bold Journer .
I >NHhtlir.> en the OoU C .Ht4 ,
,,(10-12 Uft..-4 The armori'' HUlbUllea Daughter ( .. Monday *sum I Loi Ang.lea v.. Chlrag* _II J>a..ln. ParadefiOW '::20-10 )donumakn. Pan cleaning.On: I
Bvrlr II TBA I .tOO-4 Movlii) 'Th. BUnult, Eat.r"
4 ,..... OalMl shade low.
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1 Th. "'IntI 4)il) -4 aurom.r aemnUr, "intodue'Uon 1'67IIom.nte of'ON 7 Mavl. "My Girl Sal' ft. 1 I a tree can
7 Ionstl t* Bp.| Sclcnr." 1-1 BUI Dana Show
',00-4 Hold Journarrhamnlon.hlp er leaves and stifle lower growth.
lI"if
.. CarariSO Tiuu-II but.riae la....* II Mewa>> enorta, Wathrfiao Artmom
-..4 Dick Van Dr>. ..30-U Moo". 8 Wreetllng) 4 Mr Favorite. Mertlaa. (Sam ai Monday. a e.ptl On .the same principle, nurserymen

10:00-4 Dun (.,* Show .,too-4 Mo.'., 8..t of )b. Bhtn" 1130 II, --TBA 4 Hvlmont fltakeiI .., Walt Dlaner Color( ) .) 1115-a Moo) "End!: of Terror" I drape Spanish moss over wiresupports June-
B-7 Kl.vfntb Hour 7 Movl.), "Cyran d* Iarrou" Pt I 10-11 Kmplretoo I too-4 Lon of bir. ,
10 Dick Pow.ll: natr ti0-* Cooklai;; Wit tr.Alt.rn.o Cloud let DanceT 7 Th.atr. ., -4 Ed Sulllvaa StowSt30 10 Movie. "Ann' of (1_n (tablea' to shade young plant -

12 77 Bun.et. Strip ..00-4 Bettlrflelg-. -a-T Orlndl) 4 JO.4 Movl, "Th. Guy Who CamiHafk" and often: spread a thin layer over
and Trial
11 too, -4-1-1-10 BportlU 10-11 Am.it 9
Newa-Bill 'iiJ.IW.Ib..: !f lam aa Monday: .. ) B Ion .and. th* 8tor ,tOO 4 CeLbrltCane.) 7 Movl, "....n. of the Trim, the plants to protect them from =- -.-
11 ill.4 Movie-Love. Me Tbnlaht"11130b.7 tiia- Moo)., "About" rare"I 10 11,11. PrbrII .., Solana a:00-11 Tb. Funny Company>> frost damage.

,. Tonliht' .with Johnny .:tOO- 10 Moved, ju''F of. tit* Sw.tn p. ',SO-TUA 4 Th. Pnskn*.. .t3O-4 H"nMmp .:-.-I &:...1.. KM: cured and
I anon. (Color. 4.30-4 Movl., 1.0.0' lOiOO-4 Candid Canter Early settlers ginned But if you can't, let The Stuart News follow you on your

It 10 Stnrllirht Movie) -)Theatre t. a Pleeiur .7, Moo..t )g10"Vanquished"t4a of ih* LaneaB liOO I, Champlonihlp-8-7 Mr. Nova Wmtllni 7 I American Th. )solo Bpeetaale Er.nlD| the moss by hand and used it for vacation. There will be a lot of news In Martin County this

IoI-I Nithtw' Movkl >40-( Benator BmaUii. 1(1-H WnrM of pone 1* 1rI..... :"S/ on4.. W......" ,00-4.1 Nnra, WwUm. Spots bridles, saddle blankets and horse about
:: li MoA 10 HutkUlwrry Hound B30:; -I Let' Us,.. It MovU. IN._, W.aUi.r For it's had summer taxes elections water to the Island, new roads,
a
:: collars.: forty ,
Attn.- "" 11 nbla; (, WMU..I, BeorU I (lob Mood to DangerEvening ISwbair. lilt List 10 Moo Hi.>. "Con/lrm er Drny" years and many other things that will Interest you and affect your
TilU"RS"D Lwmbf. ) I1 .tlO( -II Com..... reputation as a quality upholster prop. tarty.

4 IIO-f.1, N..... B>>_. Woo)). I. -4 N..., gporta, WratfcerB7 h too.-4-4-1-11 Heir. Weatkar, avortaIlilt ,ill-7 '.?bon* In, material. The black, horse Mail your subscription( telephone us. We'" gladly change
New. Weather N_ Watkr, Icon
10 ,
JUNE ... II Moos
\. Mevle) "WltnH, to Mnrdr"no 1.30-4 1'1.' Hiwellan 1: -4Movl'), "3... lf:,r..' 11 1'1.' ... hair-like fiber inside the spongy your mail. address as often tut you wish.

MoralniSam -it Common Fractured" flicker reB o Movl. "Notorlou U ttl.nan" .,ita 4 w* th.*> grey exterior f is springy and dur- n
( aa Mom.. eicept) ,il_7 8M Hunt 7 Outlook T Movlo. 'Tea of Dr. Lou"",.." ,_ N I....
.>IS-4 Bummw. Bemeiter, "MoJera .. N.' ,.. w.u,., Spook 10 Movie. "Calling Northild 777" II Miami: Dnaolrl4 I Hunthiy-Brlnklv. BwortIf able. Yet the number of mos gin
Comparative from 110" U Nos I>4S-B Education ClpUxloaTtOO : II Gov.rnnt.nt t>l t.IIII Poop|) Mavrlck' In Florida has dwindled from lento
B,00-f, Movie, "New York Town" '130-d Beat at the feat ||0 -II Nlibtwatok N'*. t4rM ,18 Mihl Llf* of th* Gold Coon '
-I M..to..nlfa .. ... two. Cheaper substitute have Rates anywhere hi the U$. or Canada: One Year $5.00
7 Movie. "Or.no d* Bertmr" Pt. I I Httntby-irlnkWy lUportII Blographr P.Il Mavl. M.. 1 .0N..oW... Crouii ;

A,...._ Nlahl Tbs JtaoniII Llf .f tn,* Cold Caaatl4S HlBbwar;; Patrol .00-4 II III...F." Sktlloa been found. Six Months $2.50; 3 Month $I.SO
(Bam ss Mondar omit) ... T130-4 ..kl. bleaao --MONDAY If the demand for moss furniture I
-4 dew*-Warier Oron. t Yoiil Boar
I2MS-.I Mn.... "Tr, and dot M." ,-1 NS..tIer. BrlnkleyII 7 B The Frontier LIo..tollnt.II Clreua. JUNK a I Movl, Damn Tan_" padding is declining, there are (U a resident of Martin County any part of the year, $4.50))
I too-10 Mevle "Manhall'i Daughter. New. II PaMlnt Farad
.30-4 Movie) "What s Life" ikun Cooirai N.100.4 ... 1.30. loot.,..,, '. ,., MoraineliOo ;; ',,0-6., Mr. Novak still other possibilities: ::

7 Movie. "Neater of ..I..tI'. .** Bob Hun "&.0,'. Pane If B Joy-4 Th.Bl.hnp D. -I-T OoBUneeta Claaereoeitil 10.11 Combat It might have commercial possibilities Name."w....".."' .".....
4B 4 Kmba.tir TravelerEvening I "Hill "K".k Wood"
) IIho.
| Modernjice Theatre 14Donnt .00-4 SIp on
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10.11 Lawr.nr Welktoo Rummw "ID adhesives
An..or"t 4 Mnmtor.duotkin 30I.m.nt.) 0' Fra0 in inks even

t Th* Mon.rmooed: ,., -B-7 Movie. "The. Oppo.lle>>' Bex"Ii30 to (pace the Rcl.poe"iM 10-11 McHal. Navy cosmetics and plastic boats. It Street.Clly ..................,.........................._"__.;...._--w---------_.
5100-4.0 Hew. Watlu>, Beori -4 Phil)) flU10 5 4 )moon. Air Show
I J.7 Boon
: Wi thr 7 130-Paiilnc 1 International farad Btiowtlme Hollywood Palac* Ttrletf. l-t Continental Cla. ..nom (Oder) fiOO 10-11- Ortaleat Klobard Show* on Earth could be a source of vitamins A 1
10lra"9 .. -Tner Cam t* Blow Up (000-U Gun.mok.(0,30ID II Three 8loog i Zip
(10-11 riMtry .._ Color) and C and antibiotics. But it shows

I .,10-11 "CommentilB aiao. -4 Monte It 11 Th. Deputy Untouchable I.4/-1* Bnnrle OekolorTodar .,iao-4 Jack Bonny most promise\ as a wax. ( ....................................... Slate...........,.."......Code..............
Th.atr
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Bob
Hop "r..1-Io.: 7 Dl)k
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.u" 10-11 Sob.'. U. lOlOO-4 Garry Moor Show Carnauba wax, imported from
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4. 5'I. 10. II N. W.at6M
11 N.w. Mewi .111
".'0-4 TwuldBt Z..* : fops: 1-7 B.U Tilophon Hourt7 South is
1.1TwTwTw 11 m-I In Boortalino 7- 4 nn/a PLylouN. Andy Wllll.m. (alb wtka) (color..) America highly prized as THE STUART NEWSP.O.
la -I Cbamplonibl WpeetHaglltll ; N I tlv.I,004.5.7.1 a Wax made from Span
teal Th. Price Slob 10-11 TM car polish.
I,.00 4 Alfred' Hlaha.II. -4 Moo) "Tw.ntr' Flu Two" 00-4 New* >lwa, Vatb. BportaIt
RCA'VICT ,-J..) Poor 11,10-7 Other World Iv rerouiflII e w ish moss polishes a car as well as Box 1047 ATlantic 7-1550
10.11 Plant) of tbs Wk II iso-B Moo)*, "Th. Hunter. and the MoviefiSe It tie .11 N.m. W.....*. apart carnauba wax. What's more, it may
lOtSO 4 PortraitWyatt Hunted" II But Net' ForgotteBTiSO 11))0IMor,.. "H.nam.n.. Knot" ,
Cry 10 Movie, "Pac. of Marble-) -It Poau i 1-7 Tonicht wit Johnny Cat- compete well with other sourceswax ... ... .
U130- ".. ...1..4 .4L1P1M1".. IL:
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t a. .-10 Mob. on lispsshoo4.14.1e Starlight TheatM 1.00-1 Captal Kangaiwa. ,. from rice bran alfalfa 'sugarcane
giving Color" TVPERrOKMANCE ., ... lltSS-v-10 Wreetllna. front Tmf. 1-7 Today li I
r ; II 1'1.' ... N.4 -'e t.OO-i-IO Dane Club II Doln-a Cam**** II Blarlluht MovlR)) "H.Th.atr.Walkxl By Nigh) cotton petroleum, and lig-

ri 11,11-4 Movl* "' of the Crowd'lltaol7 I IDS-11 NlBhtwatch Show M.. II II. Bunrli. Tbeatr* lliSO: -It tlpanlnh) NewItOft nite-and be a cheap domestic
i Tenlihl who Johnny Laraoa iao-I Ch.mplonahlp Wreatllnc _14 Foeui -II Nlihtwatek Mowed
t .. .. substitute for the South American
10 Movl., "Hhoot FlnfIios 1'38-10 Moo,0.Is )-10 Card. Pag dO1I Murk.
.' MovK. No. 1 5007 Today BhowIt wa,.
-Il Nlihtvatok-Variety - -
4105 11 ...... N. I - - Benort .
WEDNESDAY
II Morning 1'....... Spanish moss-sometimes called
SATURDAYJUNL SUNDAYJUNE .o4tI-1I Adventure. Tin JUNE 10 I "old man's beard"-ranges from

T "Junior Ifl.."
5 iOO'bjj: .
MornlnililS MornlnftJO ;; i II Basle ((Ill,* MornlogB.mo

-4 fhinrU aMiMt. "Modern -II Thre* gtoor" II Morning Plarnotu. ( u Monday .001'1.. CRUISE
Comparative Drams from lino" .,.a-1. "'... and AeataerTiOO Bj30- Bull* .,1,10Tnd. lbs.5,00d _
't"_10 Armed PorenatSS : -4 C.MOon..-vllle I. Amos and And, v Mov).
-10-11 (I... I Farm AI......, 7 Movie. "Oanrlng M.,.Gn" 7 Moo)", 'My Gal 5.P' Ft. I
?rt>0.-4 CarUH.n-0-vllle. 7 Cartoon II Morning Plara**** 1000-I A Wu.r worldAftsreo.s r
PROVED Hopeloni OaealdyT II N... (0,00-4 HaeneaerB7 .
TttHi 11 Comedy Tim. Ber When
T. CI. "
1O.noor CarnivalAtrlaultural .3-4( C ttoon-4-vlllI 10 Life of ally. Berne r Mondar .._
N7rn6.w Avrleultur B.port IOi2l-'.' Newa' 12,15S Movl. "Yellow Cab; N.," FROM MIAMI ANYTIME
RCAoffer IPs.. America It.30. 4 1 Lev LT 1100-10 Movie, 'Four Jacka and 0
J rl.-: :: Comedy; Som. n P..ada" II BunrUe TheatreliOO 5 If.ro OdNb t Oolor) ) "III"
LONE ,0105 I.ponPun -4 Gaps.( ParerltMI 7 word for Word afar.. 4i30-4 Movie "B.o,," th* Blu.

!-YEAR WARRANTYon \0 1....Club* IUnr rCHRISTIAN f Bullwlnkl.Curt* M 11t tOO 10.11.4 Prle MeCer) I I. Klgbt Horilon"7 M ivle. "Manhandled"
OF YEAR !
on all parts, Including your coloipicture II Uoip.1 Caravaa )-' Concentration :>4S: 4 Pkotogrwbrtoo
II Mornlni PlaykMn 10.11 Get th* M.uw 4-4 N.w. Hporw, WatkrI
tube! a'OS-II Bl( Mack U,_ Lev Tbet lob If.... and WeatherEvening

EXCLUSIVE SALES & SERVICEFRANK'S 1)5-1 1:30, -1 FMtlval Clm.rron"ct.)Ut I 11.11 Jeopardr Tb* Mining(Color) jink Every Friday 5
II Movie at III.) "I>..p Water p.m.
7 Clreu.; lop ,
TV 10 P.n-Amrl..ns .u..._ .'ill U_I.u

& 11 ( IGT1..L. .': Ckapel) t100-4.I New I* -Now.' W.-Root ._ 7-DAY CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160
and APPLIANCES : 1,00-4 Llf* 7 Your Pint Prealol (aloe I I1I.1rJ1 II Mow
7 T.l.ml.oII F.th.r( Know Beet .i30.4 Non (Includes SHIP AS YOUR HOTa..AND ALL MEALS
Headqarten for Pan Loon Amerlran Movie, "7b PW,. 1 led*" i Runtlee-Brlnkler ....... )
II LlKhlhool) lli3O 4 Inn for ToaMmv 11 Burst..t For Summertime
Color" TV (its-t Th. Bacnd Heart
Living 1-7 Truth" or ":, ) II failing Parade
.130-4 alth for Todar r"hJOaIDo 1,41-4 Nrwe-*aiiar Oro."'" COMPLETELY
Dial! AT 1-3451 AIR-CONDITIONED
725 Colorado I The Chrt.toph.nT It)4 Quid Llgliolb
4 1-7 N..o-H".IIo. Brlnkur Beauty Visit.
SCIENCE Horiion. of Faith Ilt3: ::1-7-11 N... r,01i-d Deatk. V.I..., lara .
10 Blbl Talk 1.00Lo..* of Ltf Huckleberrr Hound
RADIO SERIES II Contrdr Tim. 10 Movie. ""..,...1..1 SoUIrt" 7 Movie, -Vengeance of UV.u. LUXURY STEAMSHIPARIADNE
tt4l-"4 Tbs Llvlnc Wcr4I
II Matinee TheatreItOS II TBA
Hacrad Hart -H hobble. Drake ,.30-4 CBS Report
Powder
RADIO STATION WSTU 10,00Lamp Unto Mr Fee* Itslt... and the Storr .on.. '.7 Tb. Virginian Puff
I Fnltk) For TodarBtlll I
W. ., PrL Top Tuea.1 Compel 14-IJ Orile ana Harriet) .
Mal MONDAY 7rI5 P.M. Small .. .. .
1o "o..l.lp TIo. '.Oo-10-ll Patty Duk Show
I'rolemant Hour t lift-4 Mwl .,:fO1I1I..n.. .* BEAUTY SALON
10,30-4 Lock. Up Mi Coo IYY-4 A* tee World ..... 10-11 "Th. Farmer1. Daughter"
I ni. Plctur* 7 Girl Talk. BO*--4 B.vrlr HUlklllM.
Almost Listens To 7 .-......1 Llicht .. .
Everyone Ii4. 4 B. Mr G-II1MMo1oa Th* Solo JOYCE LIRA
10 Bible] Talk VIRGIE DAViS
WSTU ,to* 4 PeHper4 .11.11 Ben CM..Ti30
II Pet SmltkI 1-7 Let a Make a Deal (Color. ) -4 Dlik Van Drk tvelJ: table with private bathroom fa UitiesllAMAICA
RADIO STATION I 1 tOO I -4 )Canon.. I Car" .. _11-11 Mows 10-11 Our Man Hlgglni) JEWEL GRIFFITH
Movie. T.rin.t
1.)0-4 HOUM Part* 10,00-d Dannr Kay blow
NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. 7 lhat I Mar KM 1-7 The Doetora t-7 Eleventh Hour
MUTUAL -
10 J.wl.b Worahlp Hour 11 Dar In Court 10 Dlck. Pow Th.atr Beginning June 1st, Wt Will
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II Flrit Pup)) CharakII PtoW.7 Newe I II

t30-4 W.ron Trail. 10 Ll.a Ho..... and Worn*.'* NWIBiOO llrBO-4-V-7.'lO New. Woo)).. Sport Be CLOSED MONDAY for
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MONDAT an SATCBDAT -4 Te Tell th* Trot II New.-Bill Bhedel
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BlTNnAT & et Jostles 1-7 LerwUa the Summer Month
.tM KIWI lliIS-4 Movl. "The Night Rolls
.tan SPATS HRW! AND WEATHER 7PS-It n'UHI' 11 Ma>a fir Bkat-tn 14-11 ..JoL'ltai 1'......,"
.l4V CLAP/; ('(H\RH .KHBMAUHO: II.BO-7 leaaUMr BmatkenHolland .>. Btgf .4 N.wi _.' Tonl.ht wltk Johnny Carton
Nw vrerrell hour liM-4: : Ida lilt NIgkt) 10 Movie, Brhlnd the H..II...." Next to postofflce AT 7-4983
lour Mlnlatvr M tea *..* Mrs). 1-7 Yv Dent Bar (Color) .) 11 Stool).)I. Th.....
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".. kw *e4 lleepltej 0 Till. 4.00-4 Beeret Stoma (Ocho Rios & J Kingston< )
".... .. *.... w'aIYM Mau) GeraT
.....?NOM .?..*. ... lrM Netleeel' S.myo7D4Y YIOq MMN CI.) HAVE MORE FLORIDA FUN AT... 1rith a fun day In) NASSAU en route.

11.11 Major Ad.... TraHaiaata* v Sailing every other Friday 5
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I M.... Boom for Daddr ( Fridays.
1)In BATCBOATI cruse
'V.DU'FRIDAT Y..lo.I "P.... Lav. gtorvII J to

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1 _.. 1 101 'l" : 100 MILES SOUTH OF MIAMI
11(6 /.6 ..IF) 1,06 Maowtthl:: ( bas Mlle. of Wit.W tNtNfA11tIfN .-* 1'1111 to Ik* atvfI
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110 N.w. .._ 1.1.I Mam ::: Ia.U7. hnrON Bverw lutes : g= ",:::-.me.t: =Ceureo tskml.rNa
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T... "U aW AMd ILw ... G..ol .... 5 ...* Pool -* c....... ClukOcea
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Woman's Club Hears L -' JDMOR W0MEVS CUBIIKVRS I niR: STUART ,florida) NEWS

' ,: Conservation Talk I u: 'i JUPITER NEWS :SIRS. IIIR \R I lliiirvlii\' ; June :;!1964 2i
r
rau Mrs Robtrt Shlrur. assistant
"
. 1 !\orr,,"le National fuV wai Palm Bench (Countv home dimononslrulKm IIFRF AND 1HFRF
("f the topic of Norman Beiona'i talk fRS. ANN MINEAR* ComqMMdnt Phone 7-M-464J I agcfll was the guest'

to the Jupiter Woman'i Club at: --rl-Mene..v,.....-raalenla. "tf Ma _. "I s. inwwarsavalea speaker at Tuesday' night's Junior Miss, Dolores Brooker. who has
IH luneheon meeting on \Vomen's ciuh meeting at JupiterTeqiirMt .
er Tuesday been I Mudcnt at holy' Name
rid Bseena. awwtant' Mm) Beach''' Athletes Cheerleaders Feted Junior Otirens hulking Academy In Sun Antonio. returned
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,
'IItd
to her home at Pcnmnk Point
tff the great islands Mrs Shirars subject was How

- from' which and many of of the the _____i At Annual Boosters Banquet to Help Your" Child !Manage Mon on Friday, May 29.

plants, now native to Florida, taint. ey \\heb I Wendell Crccnlcns mil (erl'\

He urged that effort be made to k'-w Jupiler High School athletes and doll, Torn 'Saw er. Hayes Van Nor- '(lub tlclcgiites to Junior Women Ciouldthrend" spent the Munorml+
, conserve the natural s Club Div at Sturm Mrs H
beauty spots cheerleaders were the I1l1elof Far) (nhcrt and the cheer I wccVcrul RimvlKilK, .
I Of the I pen : A Day in Ala
Mate which art feet dicap' Nessinuh, Mrs Daniel Hall,
honor the annual Ban
at Boosters
'
I IW
, JI Irinc. The tropical Lenahatchee leaden C mdBrcwstcr, Becky Mrs. Donald tlaulipp, Mrs deorMlludwkk | Mrs William Wirer. I asa
I River WM used .' an *illustrated' quiet Saturday night IN.ot, Diane Snow. I l.iz Gifford, I l !Mrs. Shirnr and Kirsllavid River Drive
I Leue.ere. awarded and gold hatchet +is m uncr
of this fact.Herons I DcRiKto, reported on the
Sue lewis I i and Debby Duhlen !
I charms were given to athlete receiving t uil sting from surgery/ In st x6rs'sIlospital. ,
also; gave valuable ad. k'. I three Most valuable player. awards -Jay meeting
or more Utters, Fdse
Vice on the I !Mrs. Alvin Butterfield, presi-i.I
care and fertilizing of I Harrison was the first speaker on wen I I to Tom Brown, bnsketbull! ; dint of Jupiter \\'Oman's (tub, was I
palm. the evenings program, ami Rev. Danny Mills, foothiill. and Richard I an honored guest at the meeting. Mr and !Mrs. Hugh Sparer ">tBlooi

iMn.William Dan Bardcn a n dan Mrs I Maynard Mills offered the invocaiKm Legal, I busvball Plans were miiile for a rurewell ville, Ohio are the guests

Sauter conducted on- Jack Robfcon, the hillhscht)1'1 Boh Halle. Principal I llow.irdSwen fur the Summer" picnic at DuBoii of their son James pIINr. and

bers.entation Mr program. for new memo most enthusiastic fan and. and Bex Smith were guest 'I "Park on June ft I. !Nfri. \ph/er, at their home ">i"
aims and .Barden *pok* on the backer acted as master of cereI speakers for the occasion. Other I Mrs. I I. I r. JnrrUI and Mrs. J. Palm Point Drive for two week
!: purpose* of the Woman'i ri I monies. honored" guest were Mrs. Smith T Akin were the hostesses
Club, and Mn. Sauter. gave the I Athletic Director Wilson Hicks Mrs tdstl H.lrri.n.In! RohsonMr Mr. and Mrs Roy S. Root! u
history of the club since its foundIng presented letters to the following and Mrs Robert Nichols, Mr : 1FCION FIK-IS tended the Florida State Nurser

In 1911 'iTS athletes: Danny Milts, Gerry Olsen and Mrs. Pat Snow Mrs. !Mills.1 men'a and Growers' Association
The hostesses were Mrs Sauter i I Allen Adair Dann Duhlcn Rev. Jerome Marlin and Charles (lurk Spencer his !been elected meeting in Orlando, MnV) >
Mrs. William Winter Mrs Loren Beck, Gary Voorhees. Dennis P Mart n.Couches I commander of Rixxl( Williams I Post t
Harry >
Woodward and Mrs I I 271. American I legion. ,, for the Mrs Thernlore PrfOn.h\ '
Robert Gil- Wiggins, Ronald fang I Bill who shared the honors
hits male her home here Pen
lick I coming! scarFleeted I on
- Brasch Pat Manahnn RobertVil
athletes lacks!
with the were
: I I to 'serve with him were nock Point t for 1 the past year hamoved -
Imms. Bill Dill Richard legal Ken Cole, basketball: lloyd) \>'ilkes.baseball. I II '
Mr. and Mrs Vincent I ( ( ox. first vice commander; I'I'1r0l to New haven I Conn
Howard Gibson, John
Wehage. Traendlv I James last track, Jim Will 1.1 n, O second vice
Kcgg
I and their two sons of West Whitney V Benny Mannificld. Niels Nevad Sparger, golf; !Sirs Nellie 1 Lucas, commander. Colonel Fnrl C Bend Mrs. Many Strong, formerly 01
Drive, are the of Mr. Tom Thomas, Scott Mills, Dona I. .1
guests swimming, and Miss Put Harvey er: chaplain i ; A I I. Pcnnock III, I Indianapolis and now of West
I Wehae' sister, Mrs M. D. Bard van fiivcmnn, Dave Don
Bogus tennis. Palm Beach, was the guest of Mr
finance officer, Niles Hughes, his-
and Mr. Bard Scotia. N Y The aid Harrison, George Woolen, '
awarded the James "kcllev' Wednesday when
Bair Unsung lotion, ami Jack Horne
: !
sergeant-
Wchagcs have visited Mr and I Mike Adair, Ronnie Bond Eddie Hero of the Year" trophy to John ai I they attended the Travelers PalmOurlcn
Mrs. James Spurry In St. Michaels Nelson, Dan Dailey, Bobby Wheel -arnts. !
Traendl) and Jack Kohson pnt- Mrs, louise Garner of Juno Club Installition at Icqticsta '
Md.
and Mr. Wdiagc'i uncle and Than Allan Horton Willie Milch
(lub Mrs
tented and silver anklets Country Strongis
'
aunt Mr. and Mrs C. L Wehage. CAPTAIN BENJAMIN II. RIGG P\IN1S A MODIJ: 1O\"IUF IIKII II*: IRS CAR\II '''ell, Tom Brown Mike Cox, AI 10 the Corsages cheerleaders. Rohson' also Beach Michael, was SholtiH|I :ll A 1.adjutant i Wchagtf, a former officer of the club
in Baltimore, as well as seeing the Zavalelta Don Davie, Gary Goldsmith !- ---- ---- --
presented Mrs lies Smith withan Boh Sim )'IOn, James Norton and
I !
World FairHome .
I Billy Williams, Gerry Rob orchid corsage and told the AI Shock were elected to the '
Years of Careful Study Preceded ens, tester Carman, Randy Read gathering that Smith was the host ecutive committee n'I' Complete
Randy Vincent dreg Mock, Paul all the athletes for the dinner.
> Osso. Charles Willis, Pete Broe- tit The corporation officers for Rug CleaningCall
A J, ,
coming )ear are Wehage
Woman's Club Niles Hughes[ and AI hl'Ck.Inlaliulion .
CapRtee's Bird-carving Hobby ceremonies
are
Loan Talks Band Parents Group At "WorkshopJupiter' scheduled for July s) at the post t

II! Compiles CalendarRichard home on U. S I I. when the Auxiliary WARREN'SAT

.J by don lie 'old An artist's feeling for beauty, window in Palm Beach, was he used successfully as an aid to Woman Club members officers will also be Installed
:1; an engineers meticulous attention brought to him. The captain care- identification of the smaller birds, I H. Pease was elected attending a district workshopat The installation, team for District 1 7-I75S
1I I to detail and endless patience are fully stuffed it and preserved it asa i which was another motive for his I president of the Jupiter School late Worth on Friday; May: 9 will have charge: of the ceremonies
the qualities back of ('aplainBenjamin model Other birds,, 'quail wrens,, Bind Parents' Association at I recent 29, were Mrs, Alvin I Butterfield, ,
H. Rigg's unusual collection have been stulfcd in the same hobby meeting president, Mrs, Donald I Davie,
A debt is of carved birds. way Thus the tiniest detail in the Captain Rigg has shown his birds Elected to serve with him were Mrs! I louis Ballast Mrs McllyNeldhart Mr and Mrs drover Baker,
( Some.'sties' His carving of birds so startlingly final creation is correct at the Travelers Palm I Garden Stanley Stevens, vice president; and Mrs. Jack Robson who have nude their homo on
-t true to life dates b a e kthrough The art of skinning and stuffing Club Flower !Show and al the Mrs Helen Calvert, secretary; and Under the leadership of Mrs Fvernia! Street for the past vein UI
'ilnenin9 Captain I Rigg's life i of travel the birds was learned, Captain Boardwalk Art Show at Virginia Mrs. Betty Long, treasurer Vincent Welp, newly-installed director have returned to> I ondon, Ohio. 1 t t
all I over the world. Now retired Rigg said during his year of museum Beach for the past six )years. ihis\ The Band Parehll Association of District 10, the state pres Mr and Mrs, Rushed-Moore- have Orlrl
'
Jt'U from the United States Coast and collecting with the Byrd-Mc- spring he had a show at the Nor. I I. completing the compilation of a ident's projects and (funds were purchased. .: __the I Baker_home. __
Geodetic Survey Captain Rigg was Millan Expedition The study of folk Museum of Arts and Sciences Calendar of events for t the coming discussed. Projects for which i VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
associated; in 1925 with the Byrd- birds for his extensive film library Spring show and sale ltefIw year The calendar, which coin- !separate! workshops were held were .AUBAHA ANN LINDSCVSFCRITAKIiL Fir Vwr FmrlM Drink
i McMillan collected during his '!service also shown at garden I Biblo reading and in the
Expedition to the Arctic yearsin cilia with the school year, camel prayer SIRVICETvpl.f Wt IEAVI LUNCH
as a collector of birds for museum Alaska, also added to the knowledge shows at West Palm Beach, Hobe a record of all meetings, tide data, school; conservation/ centers I n MlmMtwMnt'
use. In later years, when stationed he now uses in his fine reproductions Sound and Stuart political information and birth I state forests; free enterprise education Ph.to Grin l Nol.rr STUART DRUG CORP.

.in the Philippines!, he work. He has also lectured on birds, dates of the school people Mrs t I leadership. promotion: Compl.l... S-r.l.rl.1 ...lc. II. Lucl.PlalALL l.r 01.1
ed with E. H. Taylor who was As president of the Audubon and shown his collection, at garden Sumner Robbins, assisted by Mrs, scholarship programs, and library lr Pickup ir A Lk Delivery2ST4 ....4 "T112'1

collecting mammals, but became !Society; of the Everglades, Captain clubs and other clubs here Fd A Arnold and Mrs Charles scrvtics\ __ __ ____ _ H_ ..., ___' I. .
so interested that he collected "ev Rigg felt that carved birds might and over_I the slate__in many towns' Kindt his brought the birthday u
erything that moved," according to ----- -- -- up to dOll Mrs Clarence fda.r.w.s+iaprgi 'Ansr JN:?,

Captain Rigg. Chorus 'honey and Mrs. William Olh-I
A debt onproperty After thirty-three years in t the BPW\ Install Community converted the tide Information

Coast and Geodetic Survey, the Presents ConcertThe Jupiter Inlet through 1965. .
Riggs came to Jupiter and built Mrs Leta Cheshrough of Vero Charles Johnston titled the town, I ,I, ._
: !
: : .
j on the Loxahatchce River Captain Beach installed I the officers of Community Chorus of F county and school officials i I .

maybe Rigg_had surveyed. this .coast(1.in i the Jupiter Business and Profcssioniif North Palm Beach County _presented Others assisting! sty: Kenneth I t .. '. .. .... 4
the early twenties and "found" Purcell, Mrs. Robert Mullens, Mrs
;its first annual concert .
Women's Club spring
the JIB
the Jupiter Their long low house is at at Salhuvcn Furl Jones, Mrs Snnny Smith .
'
on '
makingof Wednesday ,
Club Thursday night, I ,ri i I.
surrounded by tropical plantings nia!!!. Jack Hardin Mr William Birrkett. "" I ,..t \,\ ,
and there are homes for birds on Mrs. Chesbrough, past district Mrs David Hubtn." Mrs _
The chorus first
many trees The flycatcher has a director of District 8, placed the of well-executed sang/ a group 1 John Hupp and Mrs Stanley Slav

you home near the front door, t the following officers. : Mrs 1.. V. Mi- .. The climux religious of this numbers enl Quick !
flickers I nestling in one of the near, president; Mrs. Shirley Pen- reached in the Sanctus groupwas from' RicharJ Pease /ji general chair
boxes, feed their almost man of the calendar
I project.
grown nock Floyd first vice president, the St Cecilia Mass by Gounod-
Perhaps people go Into debt for family at the bird feeding station, Mrs, Eve Elliott, !second vice president Swift. Peter Noonan tenor

too many foolish things. But a debt tiny owls have taken another of Mrs Eileen M. Robertson !soloist! for this number was Donna Marie Ltim Pick Chevrolet and fill in the
the boxes and a half-grown blue recording secretary; Mrs Carl a spacesNow's
home he track the second of selections, Is Engaged
on a may a on which jay splashes in the birdbath by the Crosby! corresponding! secretary: included group
(from "Okla-
you can travel to substantial success wide screened patio. Last winter, and Mrs, William O Morris Jr, I excerpts

by the painted buntings/ nested near treasurer homo." ;Dodic'The Christian Music Man"and and Peter'Gigi Marie The I engagement.urn to Charles of Mm Julius", Donna NofU the time to see the great outdoors In a great Chevrolet buy !

Get your loon from First Federal Mrs Thomas P. Robinson, past Noonan sang People Will Think Jr of West Palm Beach 'Is announced
toh: a Rigg worktable was painting a president presided over the meeting \\erc in Love" and Shirley Spitz- by her Mr. and Her jm are on the brink vacation typically Chevrolet array of rttru-cost.+
his parents.
Savings of Vero Beach, experienced at on I the and was presented with a past t : ; There' Chevrolet tickler In options.
patio as he talked about his hob er and Nnonan sang Good; night Mrs, Richard H. Lam, Center time. your
home loan experts, and they by He said he started painting let presidents pin and a gold brace I Someone." Street the midst of Trade 'N' Travel TIme. Plain Impalas art anything l but. They

can help you decide whether or birds while stationed in Charleston charm. The chorus gave a finished and The son of Mr and Mrs Charles You two should get togetherl ObJect- coma in all popular body itylea, Including;

not your property is I good buy.If in 1935, and showed !some of Mrs Helen Moy r. past president i- I skillful performance under the I. Noftz of Willard, Ohio, the future celebrating the Joys of summer In a new wagons. They're drwd up to a fare
his excellent water colors t that of the West Palm I Beach direction of Stan Doyle. who received bridegroom Is a I960 graduate thee-well Interior
( it i isn't they won't lend' on It.) Club and assistant district director I his of Willard High School. He Chevrolet. fully carpeted uphol-
were done at thai time. At that training at the College '
Your debt on a property approved time he made a study of their exact : Mrs Martha Pace and Mrs Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati was born in Fretmont Ohio. Why a Chevrolet? Well,with 15 models ttery M durable M it .U attractiveIn

by them will be a debt shapes and coloring. Later he made Pauline Benjamin were honored Miss I.um graduated from four Series i what possible reason U there Bel AIw and BkaynM, the lower priced

a carving of a wren and some carved guests! at the dinner, as were the A foil concert Is planned by the Jupiter High/ School and attended to took further Chevrolet, make a practice of
which will help 'ou-not hurt you. husbands of the club members Palm each Junior* ( and the conveniences
ducks in walnut In 1956, when chorus College Take the Impala Super Sport hiding it. All ,
They give you the privilege of i the Garden Club asked him fora Mrs Minear announced the Idle /lies Business College in West. (and a lot of people do just that). ziri., .no sacrificing comfort or style.
display for the annual show, he committee chairmen for the comm Palm Beach. A former Jupiter
making a larger-than-UMial payment Jaycccs I HoldInstallation Comes as a Sport Coupe or Did we mention that Trade)
carved a group of miniature turkey <( year: legislation, Mrs. William beauty queen. Miss I.um was also
on your loan at any time, I bii7zards on a cypress tree, Hills, world affairs, Mrs F. F. active In the Sunday school workat Convertible. trimming! like TRADEYTRATEI 'N' Travel Time won't last

which will reduce your ultimate In. I bare of leaves. This project start Yates, civic participation, Mrs. I People Congregational:; Church. front bucket ,spats. center con. TIME foreverT It won't 80 see' your
terest costs. ed him in earnest on the carvings Robert Nichols; personal development Jupiter' Jaycees installed officers The wedding l to be held I at the sole, special trim-all as standard Chevrolet dealer. Then go fill

First Federal's Initial loan His shop is a fascinating 'spot, Mrs Margaret Von Behren;; for I the coming i year at a gala 11 din l I Oongregntlonal Church here at quipmoiit. And offers a MMM>_, In the J attt.C'MrekC .
costs filled with tools for forming the program Mrs !Mi>)d; membership, ner at the Hunt Club Saturdaynight. 6 pm. on July 17,
are low and are stated definitelyin blocks of basswood into the Mrs Elliott, finance Mrs Fred ,
advance and their interest rates shapes he needs for each bird Ford and Mrs. Morris; yearbook, Torn Alfas look the helm for I JUNIOR OARDFOTR*

are reasonable. Then, with pencil, the feathers Mrs Crosby: scrapbook and dos I4M, taking his instructions" by II PICNIC IN PARK
and wings are skillfully drawn to Inct reporter Mrs. Wilbur Old- Buddy Merritt, national director The Green Gremlins, Junior
!show the plan for the delicate carv- ham: and parliamentarian, Mrs for Honda Merrill also installed Garden Club members, closed their

....... h.tkr .. a.. ....... .. r IIe,000 ng. In painting the tiny carvings, John Ziegler. Dale Bledoe, first vice president; year's work: with a picnic at Jon
.e*Ia.C..F rpM.a ral_Savten v.. mr s.d .L-e Url *awna. l Wit real birds are often used as model An orientation meeting is planned Boh fmry second vice president; athan Dickinson Park on Sunday.

Urn vttk .say. a.wns.. mt *M ., A painted bunting which met I for June H. the place of meeting Jack Hardm, secretary, and Bruce i The fifth graders hiked throughthe "
*
swat M r an untimely death I l tl he announced later, Gravett .
against an open ) .. Irea.urer.The park under the guidance of
(Copyrighted 1964)) --- directors are Vic Schott, Mrs Kenneth M. Horn,

Bob Moore, Dr AI Nessmith and Chaperoned by Mrs Pointer

WANTA Pal Snow I Sorenson, Mrs. Fred Wilson, Mrs.
Bobby Culpepper acted as teas Gunnar Meulengracht 1, Mrs Joseph CJnoid Jwipaaa( Coanrtiblet
COMFORTABLE ter of ceremonies; Bill Barnett tang Miss Fanny Intone
THANK YOUAty handled the annual awards, and I and Mrs Horne, the young people

MORTGAGE Bill Magragan, outgoing-president, I attending the picnic were:

If the .... a u.n .... N presented the presidential awards. Becky Chase.hllI7..a: Roebuck,
,... Jan Dairy, '
Mary
James P. Watson of
director
MIN.MI.t.twi.. dd t%= aYw :::: Mike
Hakenburg. Mathia.
... It _.IL __ sincere thanks the Jupiler.Teque'la Chamber of Mary
stab w............ aw..rr. .r are extendedto Commerce and well known :,I Thayer. James Jones, ilotanne
raconteur I
-- ] Edrmgton, Lacuna
,
Philpot, Michel:
was the I I
all those who assisted in guest speaker McPhilomy, Leslie Hobbs Ellen
any way ,
Beach "-M7J
pfcoaet Vero
I
County Commissioner E. F Whitacre, Laurie Champ and Linda
with Van Ke....', Democratic nomineefor I Lucas
I my campaign in Martin County
,
county commissioner: ; Barney CiNMete/laoyek/ gatC/ays
Poston Jr.; Jupiter's Mayor Dick ; SIEMORIALDAY:
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS and to those who supported candidacy

my Stalls and a-Mayor Jack Robson. OBHRVfU: IIERE
and Tequesta's' Mayor Robert' Val-1: j -
It LOANASSOCIATION in the May 25 second primary her were honored guests at the The Memorial) Day ice
dinnerBOWIFR1. held' at Jupiter Cemetery Satufday
Of election. I ask that you vote and sup morning under the direction of the Ji.J
I
RECEIVE American Legion Rood-Wiltiams
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY AWARD Post 271, Its Auxiliary, and the
port our Democratic Party and
2045 14th AT*. DU M2-U73 my The Veteran of Foreign Wars, Jupiter
Early Bird Coffee League, I Light Post 397).
Vets leach, Flortta candidacy again in November's gener one of Jupiter's most active wornmen's Jupiier'i Marching Warriors followed J
ISffc Aims bowling leagues, held its
Free rHbg w thecolors. Commander Niles
al elections. annual buffet luncheon and presentation Hughes of the Rood-Wiliiam. Pool
HOURS t t. 3 daily, ncept Ned. '
of trophies at the homeof was in ea Aft j-Douai.e. Wges<
......,, to 11 O*. $ to 7 FH. the president Mrs Agfles Principal Howard S. S'II y e r s ,

tj Te**(. Closed AI Day Brooker., on Pennock Point Mon gave a tort,, address which was 'MRtgfIRL!!! !:!:Tof4uOBIItE110urt4. rug.BIt1FU: : 0lUlsWI0ttThIl0w17T00tCRfre011FBfJUf1!

Saturday. day followed by Mhiu to |the dead Natal
Haydon Burns Trophies went to-:: winning team, by the National Guard firing squad
Wfter CiHtowen Seal Tfcelr Carol Mulready, Ellie Schmidtke, Phyllis Calvert played laps, with

,."..U' Xxlie Christian; high three-game" Vickl tbrritt playlog'' the Who. Bill Greene Chevrolet
game Kay Gould big), average I service with "America,'' loUotoed
II I Agnes Brooker, and molt by Colonel Earl Bender' bene
improved bowler, Carol! Mulready, diction. COLORADO: AVENUE STUART DIAL ATJwde 7-U31 I





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Stuart Wrxu ERNEST LYONS' COLUMNi


Thursday, June .4, 1964 Immense Journey'


Published every Thursday at I lit I I East Ocean Boulevard. An Honest r'' & .r ..xsa'
Stuart, Martin County Florida Book L ;

Entered u seoond-clau mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida

MEMBER OF: About EvolutionI '

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION 9 5'-r i
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION AM INDEBTED to Bob Lear for a copy ? :
I
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS of the book "The Immense Journey," by Loren '
Eiselcy, published by Time, Inc. Book Division .. .". 1t .
CORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor 'f
LARON H. CAIN \
Advertising Manager
If IS NOT a new book having had several "
\
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year: two yean publications since 1946, which suggests ... .
$8,50. (Subscriber living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rate.) that it may be enduring I have read it a dozen t' .. /, s.4 C
Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, times since that day several months ago when -
Six months $275, three months $1.75. Bob handed it to me and laconically remarked: r
Foreign and Canadian rates on application "You may like this." /if',

'i ,
WELL, I DO like! it-I like it immenselyand a i
I have meant for some time to write 4 rJ
Ad Effort Should Be Revived; ,
County-City i
"
about it, hoping to inspire others to read it,
but it has not been easy to do. The real way

to review "The Immense Journey" is simplyto
Tourist Business Too
ImportantTo hand it to someone you think might like it

.

Be Neglected By Our SectionWendell THE REMARKABLE thing about this -.JI' .."
book is that it Is an honest look by a percep .
tive scientist with poetic insight at all living ,

Jarrurd retiring chairman of Flor tops on sport fishing and boating and most creatures, Including ourselves! and the world K Y
ida Development Commission! Tallahassee, has fortunate in having the Elliott and House of around us

j ivsued! a .study of tourism for 1963 which shows Refuge Museums '

that Florida had I 14,208,279: visitors lust year. In fact, we should increase publicity for the I SUPPOSE that I like it so much becauseit .-... .. .-. .' -_ "" .. ... ....-"..". ..-..1J.-.. .-_,J"L.--. ,,"-'- .._. ... ... -_.. _-
One amazing thing about this report is thatit museums They pulled 8),(XO) visitors lust year, echoes my own small thinking in amazing
shows more visitors during June, July and which was nearly five tunis the total numberof depth He shows awareness of wonder, beauty. NEW OFFICERS of the Jensen Beach Garden Club !seated left Mrs Charles Wheeler, recording secretary; Mrs Jack Kuhn, corresponding .

August t than during the winter season. The state tourists staying in Martin County The explanation mystery and miracle, as well as recognizing Intangible to right, are: Mrs J. N Bragan first vice president, Mrs. Calvin secretary, Mrs. Fred Peterkin, treasurer; and Mrs
now has only three comparatively dull tourist is that tourists t from other areas and spiritual values Wilber, president; Mrs Charles Munch, second vice president. Harry Jennings Fort Pierce installing officer. The installation

pionlhs September through November persons! "just passing through" made stopoversto Standing, left to right: Mrs, John Koman third vice president; luncheon was held! at the Port St. Lucie Country Club, Ma) :211! ,

York Illinois and visit them. Right now the museums need .
While New Michigan THE BOOK'S theme is the immeasurable '- -- ---- --- ---- -
Ohio still produce most of our tourists, Georgia 100,000 brochures to distribute at the World'sFair journey of life from those mysteriously created

and Alabama, our neighbor Southern states, and at Florida welcome stations. The organisms back in the abyss of time to the
cost is around $800 This need should be met County Asks Long Island
rank high especially with summer visitors. Immediately. wonderfully complicated creatures today.

Beaches and swimming continued to rank lETtERSiQiTHEEDITQRIH
The museums are paying off and they
highest In things looked forward to and enjoyed should be spotlighted WRITES EISELEY: "Whenever I see a

by the millions of tourists vacationing in There were I 16,589 tourists who stayed frog's eye low in the water warily ogling the As a Recreational SiteThe

Florida-which is a tip to Martin County to eleven days or more in Martin County last shoreward landscape, I always think inconsequentially
do more to publicize its wonderful ocean of those twiddling mechanical
year They spent an average of $177.53 for a eyes
beaches. In the order in which they are listed, total of $2,944,045 Their impact on the econ that mankind manipulates nightly from a thou The opinions: expressed: 3rol those need for more recreational program. Title to the land is held chobee counties, that every request
tourists liked next, a general atmosphere of sand observatories of the writers. If letters In Mar. for recreational land
omy was shared by every type of business here Someday, with a telescopic land for development by the Florida Inland Navigation would be eon-
relaxation and fun beautiful natural scenery, Tourism is becoming more competitive, with lens an acre in extent, we are going to see are printed above a non de plume, tin County was stressed by County District. sidered. He added that the two
commercial attractions, sport fishing, historical of Florida something not to our liking, some looming but never without The News know Commission Chairman Frank counties could submit further projects .
scores tourist centers waging intensive
places or art museums and boating shape outside there across the of ing the name: of the writer. Let Wacha last t week when he attended The preservation! and development since the committee Mill be
great pond
advertising campaigns nationwide to ten sent in anonymously are filed of the of the 160-acres in the savannas -
working
a four-county meeting continually throughout
Except for commercial attractions (Jar- point out their individual attractions. space In the waste basket.-The Editor. Outdoor Recreation and Planning bordering on St. Lucie and the summer
rard means such enterprises as Silver Springs In this respect, Martin County falls short. Committee of the state at Fort Martin counties may be a joint Landrum noted that priorities
or Marineland), Martin County stands high in There has been no joint county-city advertising HE SEES evolution not as a descent but BO III SIDKS IIVMIIVI : Pierce. two-county project. ,The land is Would be established when find 1

top tourist lurch campaign for several years now, an omis-! as an aspiring ascent guided by the Creator. / ) 1IIHK' OR SVtiUlwSISI SPIILTo ; Wacha requested that the com owned by the State Board of Education studies have been made, basedon

We have the beaches, our resort areas have lion which should be corrected if we expectour In writing of the lungfish, which achieved the mittee make an effort to obtain but ill not suitable for need suitability, and locationof

the relaxed atmosphere, there's nothing more tourist business! to keep growing. It is too tremendous victory of conquering drought Everybody: Long Island property in the south school purposes the land areas
scenically beautiful than our waterways, we're important to remain neglected and first moving on to the land, he writes: We are !knocking off printing part of the county for a state park Both Wacha and Mrs Marjorie )He pointed out that bonds have
"Perhaps there the rotting fish pro and con letters on sports-vs- He also asked for the preservationof i Silver, St Lucie County commissioner not been sold and money is not
heads and among net fishing in the riven for a spell, the savannas for a botanical agreed that the savannas available yet to purchase:! recreational .
blue, night-burning bog lights, moved" now that both sides have had a garden and historical site, and to project could be a combined pro- land. Voters approved a
the eternal mystery, the careful finger of God. chance to say their say. obtain land at Port Mayaca fora position.Ney bond \issue last year for none}

'At Tackle Stores and Marinas; From all indications, the con park. Landrum, director of the for recreational projects
HE POINTS out that the process of "evolv- troversy could go on and on all Wacha said the acquisition of state recreation committee told "After priorities are set we at
ing" is still going on and that what happened summer and cause nothing but Long Island should be a top priority the representatives from Martin going to hold hearings, probably
1,1 Sign Petitions to Congress Trio three hundred million years ago is being repeated hard feelings. We did not initiate project in the state recreation St. Lucie Indian River and Okee- in 1965, he said.LETSLAUGH.
today: the letters-they were spontaneousbut
for every one that is print.
t Asking Improvement of the Inlet ed along come half a dozen more, which need to have built up in but merely to furnish a spectaclefor --
'OUT OF the choked Devonian waters mostly expressing bad feeling of their thinking a sincere and serious a group of citizens I looking for
j emerged sight and sound and the music that one side toward the other and realization of the meaning o.t. a thrill I I -with' "apparently )

f Petitions arc being placed In various neighborhoods 1. It is the eastern terminus of the Gulfto rolls invisible through flie"n>mposer's >ram. some getting into personalities! sacrifice which such a service can IRoTJgnrTor the Tites ot't6ose m

at tackle stores, marinas and resorts Atlantic Okecchobee They are still in the ooze along the tidcline, We don't think the issue is going give. risked the fires of war, but who Ii"*"""" .,- -
Waterway, yet: though no one nonces. The world is fixed we to be decided by letters to the Is are now largely forgotten. One '
urging our Congressional contingent to patriotism a "corny" thing in
take action and toward improve the traffic plying that Federal system is say: fish in the sea, birds in the air. But in the newspaper, so were going to havea our days, just for squares and can only pray the prayer of Kip- A sad state of affairs: When
give suport denied access! to the sea. In that ing's Recessional. 'Lord God of you try to pay cash for a purchase.
by' the fish climb cooling off spell respect misty-eyed old ?
mangrove swamps Niger fogies
ment of St. Lucia Inlet for safe navigation
and the clerk looks if
2. There are important military and trans.portation and later on, if someone has some hosts, be with us yet-Lest we for at you as to
trees and ogle uneasy naturalists who try unsuccessfully from the service for
Having been given a ridiculous runaround Going a Lest say. "There's a guy whose creditmut
,- we forget
by the Engineer Corps, these petitions constitute opportunities to be !gained in to chase them buck to the water. level headed suggestions to offer, meditative look at the ocean at the get Thoughtfully not be any goodThe1Vhcel
this they can be submitted preferably yours
providing eastern gateway There are things still caning ashore Stuart Beach Mrs. Matson and ScoU bluff
a bedrock appeal from the people of Mar the County Commission or J. William Marson, Neb.
tin County to our representatives at Washing 3. Maritime safety demands! an adequate state through representative 1 were somewhat shocked by the Poinciana Gardens .
defacement of the buildings
Inlet, as demonstrated by the annual loss ONE OF the most marvelous things! in desist i for county An old-timer I is one who remembers
ton.We urge that everyone possible sign so that of $1,500,000 I in tragic I lost of lives, nature, he says less than one hundred million while Meanwhile instead of kindly using the t letters'a We saw put broken there for windows comfort,and etc. CLAD; 10 DO I't' when a man did his! own withholding

our Congressmen and Senators may realize marine., casualties, U.S. Wildlife damage years ago, was "the soundless, violent explosion column for a sport ..nets battle. smeared painted announcementsthat Editor Stuart News: from his take-home! pay)
what the inlet means to several thousand of estimates, commercial and charter fish, of flowers on the earth. Even Charles ground someone representing the The sisters of Beta Sigma Phi -Spoke, Toledo, Ohio.

their constituents.. You'll find copies at any ing operations coastwise shipmg, mari Darwin called them 'an abominable mystery' -The Editor Class of '64, had expressed their would like to thank your staff for .
tackle store or boat works time development, and refuge for offshore because they appeared so suddenly and spread enthusiasm in this deplorable way. the fine publicity given us on our A small boy told his father that
Here is, the form of the petition. craft. so fust"FLOWERS REV: \RSON ON It would be unfair to make a blan- various activities this past year when he grew up he wanted to'
To: Senator Spessard Holland 4. The Inlet is worsening steadily due to MEMORIAL: 1)\Y ket criticism of the class as a whole Especially we would like!. to express drive said a big Army tank Well. son:
his dud "if that's what
Senator George Smuthcra siltation caused by the drainage and he says, with'Iheir fruits and Editor Stuart News: for such a situation, but there was our sincere appreciation for want to do, I certainly won't standin you
the definite evidence of
Representative Paul Rogers flood-control activities of the U.S. Army seeds, brought an end to the Age of Reptiles Not in a spirit ol criticism, but outburst some the complete coverage given on your way"-Holographs, Tillsonhurg -
Gentlemen: Engineers, and remedial action is a compensating 1 by furnishing a new energy source which aided with a note of saddened realism, one s misguided our Founder's Day Banquet in your Ontario, Can.
The St. Lucie Inlet has tremendous potential necessity, mammalian forms to rise. the writer feels! moved to com 1 am not the kind I to speak April 30 i issue. .

national values that are In the Federal In.tereat. We the undersigned, request immediate ment upon the local observanceof unkindly of young people, as I We certainly are grateful for the Old John Jones was an incurable
your have served their and
Memorial
evidenced as pastor
Day as by
should be and assistance and co-operation The grumbler pleased him.
It made Nothing
improved safe action and support in progressing this 1m- in counselor for but the
"ALL OVER the world like hot corn the services held here last Saturday many years Stuart News has always extendedto But last fall his that
saw
because neighbor
navigation! : portant need. contrast between the action of the
a popper, incredible elaborations of flowering Beta Sigma Phi. excellent apple on the place.
crop
plants kept exploding In a movement that was First a tribute of appreciationto band in not being either able or Sincerely, and figured at last he had found
almost! instantaneous, geologically speaking those organizations! and interested willing to profit from so sacred Mrs Mary Hudson one thing Jones could not com
world. persons who did attend, and a service and the situation, and Corresponding
the angio-sperms had taken over the Secretary plain about.
Izaak Walton League Demands Ban Grass was beginning to cover the bare earth to the Rev. Forest Watkins for a indications of time and interest for Epsilon Zeta Chapter of 'Well John," he said friendly

II Complete until today there are over six thousand spec. splendid crowd address, However if the defacement made the day of one public of buildings saddened Bet Sigma PhiQUOrABLL like to Jones one morning "I I know
meagre was an ex
ies. All kinds of vines and bushes squirmed of present thought, not so much for a son you must be happy about your apple '
On the Use of Farm pression our appreciation for
Fish-killing ChemicalsA of the
and.writhed under new trees with flying seeds those (like!. our own son in Nor. who died not too long after his QUOTES plea: crop.looks Every perfect'!one" up-

mandy) who gave their young livesto high school graduation, but for "What about a Department of Jones glared at him as he replied
SPEAKING of that occasion when prinn-- folks who are to take his
preserve our precious liberty, young Suburban Affairs b
e for e the "Oh. I do-
complete ban on further use of pesticides certainly result in still more problems for whichthe first without well-Je- guess they'll
live man "plucked a handful of grass we might just as well do away with place evidently a charcoal smoke problem gets com hut where the rotten 'uns to feed
that have resulted In massive fish kills! nation will hold you and the adminislrationdirectly seed and held it contemplatively," he wrote: the day as a national day of memory veloped sense of the values which pletely out of control'"-Chapel to> the nigs?"-Buzz Saw, Kansas
in the lower Mississippi! River is demanded by responsible for you are specificallydelegated make us a great nation. Hill (N.C.) Weekly :City, MoThere ,
Burt G, Bnckncr, president of The Izaak Walton by law with the "IN THAT moment the golden towers of There may be an explanationfor Added to this was the news of .
League of America in a letter addressed protection of human I man, his swarming millions, his turning wheels. it but I I. for one, could not thousands of people who had "What we need more than drive.In is a line on the ocean
to the Secretary of Health, Education and Wel- health and welfare. the vast learning of his packed libraries, would understand why the band which gathered to watch a mad climax supermarket!, restaurants, mov where you lose a day when you
fare. "The recent disclosures! made before the I glimmer dimly there in the ancestor of wheat, played two (patriotic numbers very of fire, at a so-called scientific ies and bunks are drive-in park. cross it. There is a line on most
well, should have walked off the speed race, il'l' which lives were ins places.-ovid
Brickner explained that the league has Senate Reorganization and International Organizations a few seeds held in a muddy hand The scene when it build freedom and (N.Y.) Gazctte highways where you can do even
is |ust such groups given not to our Independent better. Wash
claimed for several years that after-effects of of the Committee on GovernmentOperations t weight of a petal! has change the face of the -The Hub, Spokane,

the use of some deadly chemicals should be under the chairmanship of Sena, world and made it ours." -- -

more accurately determined before their use tor Abraham Ribieoff by Secretary of the In 3 .. "

is authorized Recent research by the U.S. terior Stewart U Udull and others in regard t to I SCIENCE has no quarrel with religion in 't1. ,.
I Public Health Service revealed that the death the problems which have resulted in the Lower Ei ley's book. Talking! of the evolution of the f\.. < :' l
j of ten million fish in the lower Mississippinow Mississippi River because! of the continued use I brain from blind instinct to thought and con-

supports this belief. of various pernicious pesticides are certainly r science, he says "The story of Eden is a great- I

o The League's national president says in his sufficient to justify prompt remedial measures er allegory than man has ever guessed! For it

j I letter that, "The time for drastic and effective Not only are various forms of aquatic life I was truly I man who, walking memorylcss
f action I.I now at hand." As background for a being seriously destroyed but there is good rca through bars of sunlight and shade in the morning -

i ban on some chemicals, Mr. Bnckncr stated, son to believe that human life may also soon I of the world sat down and passed a wondering
I ? "The facts indicate this serious! buildup in the be endangered hand across his heavy forehead. Time

,, !lower Mississippi River I is the result of the slow "Mr. Secretary, this has apparently taken! and darkness! knowledge of good and evil,
I
r leaching of these chemicals into its waters. huve walked with him ever since."
place the
even though particular pesticides involved i-
There Is no valid reason! to believe this will have been ( '
i applied under regulations 'y.
EISELEY I Is not materialist He does
continued of such a
r cease if the application pesticides pronounced safe by the U.S. Department of
j I II further tolerated The record indicate Agriculture" not believe that scientists with their test tubes a

an additional buildup I is very much in and super-microscopes will discover the secret
prospect even though such application is immediately uf life. He concludes "It must be plain even to
curtailed. Further application will the most, devoted materialist that the mutter "
ON DAMS AND EAKIUQUAkES of which he speaks contains amazing, if not '

i ? rs" ---I: Realizing how badly Alaska got crockedby dreadful powers,, and may not impossibly be, N, ,; '.: '

i 6 The Smart News will furnish photo prints its recent earthquake, stop and think fora as! Hardy has suggested 'but one musk of many .'; ... ; "

of size up. to > by 10 Inches, of any picture minute what would happen if there was a worn. by the Great Face behind "*I "

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 major quake >in the area covered by the w -it ppt .'kdk
for the lint print and $1.00 for any additional Tennessee Valley Authority. THERE I have done about as well'as I I
ordered from the same negative at the could at a difficult task I won't lend you my ... .. ,
Or at Hoover Dam, Bonneville Dam ..
Jama prints time; larger aims by special) quotation of the other of or copy of the book, or return it to Bob Lear .".' ""t ." a
any scores vast impoundmentsin until I have read it again and ..... -- ,,, .. '
? Stuart Newt employees will not take photo- the West. again ...... '" ,I\,.<. :
for the news and
except: advertising
graphs ol TW Stuart News..I' Earthquakes can happen anywhere. Didthe MAYBE the library has one, or you might WATLKS ON the way These cast-iron twelve-inch pipes stacked to Hutchinson Island. Stains have jon
been be
columns\. 1 giant dam builders take them into consideration write Time Inc. Book, Division Rockefeller Sewalls Point just east of the St. Lucia Bridge tell the story of placed under it and then will laid to the bridge will

a 171 .:r..rwnnw ? Time will tell. Center, New York. ., _a-a ..j Stuart municipal water being brought t* the Point.and eventually drawbridge.UJl1r go under the river bottom at the

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Both Groups "II''ant $89,000 for Martin Flood Survey I 000 fat Erosion along the nmaindef eepvCss'0' "''III"I"W"I'I _t_ Inn: STl 1RT (Florida) NFWS' Thumlu\:..Jut 4, 19(4 .5-C'
of the shoreline has been
severe tnd in one place the oceanfront RIO NEWS STUART SAILF1SII SUMMER: TOURNAMENT
road has been partially lost (May -Oct. 31))
Conservation Body Backing Up FCDThe by t erosion At Peck's Lake, about 1lR.c. B. IIEAStEYCormcpondent: BLACK BASS: R. D. Futch. Lake City, Jensen Savannas 10 lb. 3 OIL
four( miles south of St. Lucie Inlet BLACKHN TUNA: Charles R Gorman Rantoul, 111,
a MW inlet to the ocean was hl')boh 11;' Captain Bob Scnmsher. I 13 lb.
Florida! Board "I| (.onser! I restoration ot the full sum. I II Im Counts I in fiscal year 1965" opened! during a storm m 19(>2.. Vf 708H7 BLUEfiSH: S. L. Cole, Fort Pierce 4 lb. 4 oz.
improved Local interest believe: that StLucie .. 'I
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vation is backing up Lentral and I The Florida Board 01 Conservation The Board! of Conservation is ), |Inlet and other artificial inlets BONITO 1 : Mn Cleo Oagne Cocoa Beach. "Marybob
Southern Florida Flood Control recommendation. issued! by 'ccntly improved areas caused more also! urging an appropriation of north of the i island may be Mr und 1 Mrs \V B Madden! Ill; Captain Bob Scrimshcr . I 1H Ib 4 OIL
District in requesting $89.(XX) in Senator Randolph Hodges director -I than $2000000 damages in 1960 $1|ssHiHHi( ( t tor Central and contributing to the problem by have returned home to Furl Mv. "
federal funds! for completion of the recent wet Southern Honda Flood Control DOLPHIN: Mack V Farley Eau Gallie, Oulfitream,
follows most
the Martin County Survey Review : I, "A Is year made by the Construction: $17.0(10( for a recreational interruption of the littoral drift ers after spending several days at Captain Von Jotirdtn ................ .. ...... 41 lb.
"The study being
original flood control I "A study by the Corps of Engi-
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C B.
Study 1965 it has been revealed plans of IV48 and 1954 for the Corps of Engineers to determine navigation study of the neers of erosion of the Atlantic FLOUNDER: Fred C. Vansclow, Fort Pierce.. 5 lb. 5 oz
Central and Southern Florida improvements needed for flood canal systems: and! $ 6.000 for beaches in Martin County to determine Heuslcy of Rio This was a birthday KING MACKEREL: Phil Phillips, WilliMon, Fran L,"
Through inadvertent error. The Flood Control Project did not authorize control in this area of Martin the Jupiter bland Beach Erosion the feasibility of correcting celebration for Mrs fleaslcy Captain Pete Robertson; ................... 46 Ih
Stuart New stated in its May 21 any flood control work County under existing land uses Study ,: beach erosion problem was and Mr. MaiUdn. who have the ...................... 9 lb.
Indmntown
issue that the feD had! reduced! in Martin County beyond! the area and to determine what portion 1 11 reiommends appropriations initiated in 1964. They estimate same birthday dull s. Mr. and Mrs SEA ROUT: Judy Mello
its request for this survey to of influence of the St Lucie Riv if any, can be justified as a modification for operations and maintenance: their capability' of completing .the lee Slixkwill of Jensen Beach : SNOOK: Morris Schall, Jensen Beach ............ .. .. 36 lb.
50000. Instead the reductionhas cr Canal and Cumil 23 bordering of the Central and Southern $249000( (tor the Flood Control study in 196i at a cost of $46 'o'erotuct\ for dinner during the TARPON: Robert L \Vilcy Port Salerno ........ ... .. I 113lbfcAkHSll .
been recommended! by President the county on the north. The flat Florida flood Control Pro). District $270.()KH() for the Intra- 000 The budget' estimate In $46 HtdJins ktiyMr .
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Johnson and the FCD i ect The study initiated in coastaluterway: and $193000for : fond : \\ : Gordon E. Cox Miami. 3 Ib 2 oz.
i s pine land In northern an studying a recommendation for ern Martin County were !\\e't'j 1961 and is now nearly complete the Okcechobec Waterway requests an appropriation -
from
It is within the capability of the In reference to the Juptier Island have returned a trip to May 30 Mr (Jadl ko
for .
marily unimproved of $46000 to complete this Slenry+his. Torn. where they attended Icy Cilia of Memphis and DOUa.\\ Saturday .
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Periodic flooding of such lands I Corp of Engineers to completethe erosion study. the board beach erosion study in fiscal year the wedding of M II"r' las Ciudmko of Buffalo, N. it a nephew.: "M Mrs DeWitt___
did not cause sufficient damageto study in fiscal year 1965 ..with commented: 1965"tULLHEFKLR
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justify consideration In the flood an appropriation of $89.()XX). Extensive loss of r extremely
BEER WINE control study. I Noting that the budget estimateis valuable upland property on Jupiter : : You sure will TAN
IN NO EON
,
$30000, the report concludes: Island is threatened by beach
Since completion of the original MOPRUSE: :"" BEARINGS:"
"The Florida Board of Conscrva erosion At the north end of Jupi
studies, it has been found that wont burn
LIQUORSFree these lands are suitable for citrus tion requests $09.000 to complete ter Island .the shoreline has re. Dr. Elvm H. Killhtffer Sew alls (lure )
and I this flood control study in Mir- ceded at some places as much as Point, retired chemical engineer
groves extensive areas have
I been developed for that purpose I long actively associated' with seientme with i SEA & SKI
With the expansion of urban areas breakthroughs of the vast om79 ,.
Ice Cubes along the lower east coast, many Summer Schedule Is Set duPont enterpriser, !sent us a clip r>
this week thai cea2.5flpins
dairy farms serving these urbanareas pipg showing mal 11'
have been relocated to this ; tenan -trec bearings of neoprene| / J31ra
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For Library Bookmobile rubber used the
area of Martin County transform synthetic arc on hdUay BK)
trestle sections of the giant C his
DIALAT7 ape.... Bay bridge-tunnel opined
Martin County Public Library Bookmobile has just been renovated in April. They withstand compressive ircsssniai '
Salon/ and stocked with a new collection ol. booksIt will begin operating Io4dl up to l.oot 1 pounds pressure .
its summer schedule on Monday June 8. and will continue on this per square inch
schedule until Aug :28! We suggest that you clip this. or make a reminder
note as to when it will visit. your particular area: Malayan Apes h .i v c 47 F Ocean Blvd.AI .
of \ been known 14 travel a distance BROWARD DRUG STORES 7-1737
MONDAJENSFN BEACH AREA- of forty feet while swinging
well MIMI Ihm Sat., 7:10 III Open Sunday 8 a.nl"UI30 pin.-6 p.m..9 p.m.
AlA and Wright! Road ................ ......... ... .. .......... 8:30- 9:00* through !bees They are toordmttrd Open : am 9pm.
1100FREE BeautyP Wilcox Hardy Television Store ....... .. ........... 9:15.9.45'Mrs. : lance and good judges ot ills /Most Complete Drug Store in Mai.tin County
Eugene Pouxs, house .. ....... ... ....... 11:30.: 9:00": -
St. Joseph's Novitiate ......... .... ... ... ........... 9:15.: 9:43":
South Jensen Arch .. ... .. .......1000-1030: :
..O."IONI4BEAUTY Rear of Jensen Beach Bank .. .... ... .........10:45.11:15:
CAREV1RGIMA Elementary School ..................................... .............11:30.12:00: :
DELIVERY Ocean Breeze Park.. .. .. .. .... .. ...........1245145: : DODGE BOYS
334 N. Savanna Rd, (Tick Ridge Rd.) .................. 2:00-( 2:30
Jensen Beach Community Church ... ... ........... 2:45.3:15: :
By Hilltop Court and l Highland Ave. ... ......... 3:304( .(X) )*
Middle of Spruce Ridge Road ................................ 3:304( :00"
KINNE Owner (THE PEOPLES CHOICE)


a HOLIDAY- FRANCES Operators REDDISH 1UESDAV-1I0BE Poinciana Gardens SOUND entrance AREA-.................................... 8:30- 9:00*

NETTIE CRISWELL Boxwood Lane & Circle Drive ................................ 8:30.: 9:00"
Pettway Store ............................................................ 9:15- 9:45 :
: Now Featuring; Elementary School................................... ...............10:00.10:30: : WIN BY A lANDSlID$ !
Wilsons Palm Garden Store .......... .........................10:45-I: I:15:
i Pedicures Dunbar School ..........................................................1130-1200: :
'Relaxing Facials' Kobe Height .. .................... .. ......... .. ............12:!:101:00*
Coast Guard Station ..................... ...... .... .............12:101 1 1:00":
LIQUORS I Robert Drive ............................................................ 2:30-( 2:45:
WE ARE NOW OPEN Pine Drive ................................................................ 2:SO- 3:05 A.
I MONDAY thru SATURDAY Southgate ............... .................................................... 3:15.: 3:45:
II NEXT TO KWIK cum 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536 ;
I I WEDNEMUY:! -PVLM CITY ARrA: .

Wilma Van Brecnun House ............. ......................10:30.10:45: : JJ3 JEff D O o DC C Oda
Cabana Point entrance ..... ............ .... ...................11:00-11:30 UU ,
HEARING AIDS St. Lucie Shores ................. ..................................... 1:(001) 1 1:30:
Loop Road :............................................................... 1 1:45.2:00: :
Acouslicoa and ZenithService Pelican Crescent' & Ibis ........ ................................... 2:30.: 2:45: ARID THE CAR OFM YEAR DODGE
Mockingbird Lane .Sandpiper ... ............................ 2:45- 3;00
I .I' on all make of Instrument Gull Harbor ............................................................. 3:15- 3:45* 1 '
AARP-NRTA special program by Sea Gate Harbor entrance ........................................ 1:15- 3:45": ww
Acoustic: Post Office ................................................................ 4:004:30: :

Free bearing test In borne or offke '1'IIURSDAY-I'ORT SALERNO AREA-

C.rl B.ca.ry Batteries cords, molds Pishnhol ... .................. ............................................... 8:30.: 9:00*
DMMautxHearing Rocky Point .............................................................. 8:30.: 9:00**
Post Office ......................................... ....... ............. 9:30.10:00: : 4.
Aid Center
Trailer Park ................................................................10:15.10:45: :
461-3266 Elementary School..................................... ............11001130: :
FORT PIERCE
709 ORANGE AVENUE
Normandy Ave. .Hibiscus Dr. ....... ...... .... .......... 1 1:1S.: 1 1:30: ': b
Cable Rd & Hibiscus Dr. ............ ...... ........ ........... 1:30I I 1:45: a .: .. .
Carver Gardens School............ .................. .......... 2:00- 2:30:
Fourth .Madison .................................................... 2:45- 3:00
Pine Mobile Park ....................................................? 3:30.: 4:00 Oho OOApE
os HiGHE a0OE ,
r pD1AR
.\INDIVNIXWN & ROUTE; 76- ,

,. 1 ;1\' St Lucie Acres ...................... .. ........... ................. 8:309:00* TPe4DEjt JNL48r '4 TN/NGcF EALU
: St Lucie Park ........ ................ ................ .......... 8:10- 9:00" rN fgMl B q( (!lD
Post Office .............. ........ ........... ........................... 9:30.10:00: : J c 'Th r .tub
tt n Warficld School .................. .... ................ ... ..........10151045: co rgi JIS1
fey : Community Center .. .......... .... .............:...........11:00.11:30: : (
Jefferson Ave. at Second St .............. .... .........II:45-12:15
Seminole Dr. .Osccola Blvd. ... ..... .. ... ...... 1 1:00.: 1 1:45: '
Seminole Dr. & Chik.Kce St ...... .. .... .. .......... I 1:45.: 2:30: rllnJ
HIGH SC-HOOL Marina ............................... .. .... ....... ... ..... 2:45.: 3:1S. IC1I6fl0! A E {
Ronnie's Trailer Camp .. .......... ..... 3:15.: 3:45": Th, i CKAPR
RtoHTINUNtI P1CKAg1YLEt
GRADUATESHOULD : Stops will be made on alternate weeks beginning June 812. FrGRllnr
** Stops will be made on alternate weeks beginning June 15-19 ,.s, ON 4 Qa pItXA0006ftea m
i Any changes in the schedule will be announced later. his
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-C 11IE STUART (Ila,) NTW Thnnulay, luI 4, 196 4 w'- .adc .rss are a,,.M4 ',. ... .1I +a rgbtr.!'.
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Consider Lowering Junk Screens


I Ordinance Approves IssuingOf : i-I c: Building Section *'l I From Eight Feet to Six MinimumA


$180,000 in Street .Bonds reduction in height of junk in additional height sometime. con
yard fences to comply with general' Whites a hardship oa junk yard
City Ordinance No 18H. authorizing dated in Circuit Court but an offer county zoning minimum. require. owner since it Increased the cost
the issuance of 1.180 I ,(MX has been made and accepted RECENT BUILDING PERMITS menu for screening was suggested of construction.
franchise tax revenue h mcK. hacked for their' purchase at a recent meeting of the Plan
by the Florida Power /and Light About li V)0K( ) of the revenue (May 22 through 29)Owner ) fling and Zoning Commission. The Zoning Commission agreedto
Company" franchise o f between from the bonds will be used to Present regulation call for the take the matter under advise
_$20.000 and $24.(MX) annually pave twenty city streets with the l..fIcallon Co.tractor Deecrlptlnn ,4.lIIo8nt. height of junk yard fences to he ment.
passed Us first reading before City City and )property owners on either Stuart eight I feet and 71 per cent
Commission on M.I2 side of the streets participating City of enclosed. METALWe
The! bonds have till ti he vali to the extent of one.third of the Zoning Director and County
cost each The balance will he usedto Annie Lee Bryant 920 Nassau Avenue MO'iley Shell of residence S 1,'00 Engineer Fred Bell told the Commission AT Workers In Metal
re'pave some six to eight mile Coral Gardena" Construction Co. SOS River Point Road South Same Residence 8.frnR. that eight feet is incon IF WE DONT HAVE IT
of existing blacktop MrectsA H. lear Tre.ure Road Same Residence 12.000) Distent with most sin) -foot screening WE CAN MAKE ITt
Complete property owners pay their Arnold Bauer 210 Albany Avenue Sadler RC11\odcl 1,900St throughout the county and
11 AUfomoth'eRepal" assessments for the new paving Joseph Church 120() East Tenth Street Nctto I.SOO said all screening should have the
the money will go into a rcvolv Rectory require
tame minimum height
Robert Hall 917 Tarpon Avenue !\I IMG
ing fund for further street. improvcment Highce Residence 9x10G. merits Me added that the two feet
W, Archihald 9S2 Pine Avenue M. -C Carport IIO()
I A public hearing on the special I
assessment for paying for the new Martin County STUART PLUMBING
Chason's Garage paving will he held at thy Hall \ Study Naming of k METAL, WORKS
on Tuesday. June 16 at 2 pm Sterling E Chambers First t Additloit to'Skylhti. ., Park, Alfred Forfa Residence 9.000 /Box 948 ATUntlc T.0131 Sluiit
Dial AT 7-2311 Details of the street to be paved, Whiticar Boat Works Port Sewall George AJ'OI'tolopolllo' Addition 2,000 2 New MembersTo
SERVICE FOR SAFETY and the assessment rolls. may be Captain Shelton HarrY Acres Vem Skelton Enclose carport 3.400
41*.41t acute. F......' Hlfhnr seen at Oty Hall any working day CarL Kirkhart Palm City \\'lnhton Vlnalin Carport 2,800Lnrione BoardThe eathcote

MRS. JOMV: PROPHUYOKDIRID : Burgess Olympia sid Hodapp &. Company Residence 12.000I Zoning Nurseries
: RE./OMD: I I.awtance Golden Gate None Residence 10.000(
Tops In Design Martin County Planning
A recommendation the Plan. Architect Designed Landscaping.
and Zoning Commission asked
.
nine Advisory Board that Mr Zoning Director and County En. Oriental Design: A Specially

KINGSIGNS Aura t, section like; Jones 1: St. I I property ucie, Fstatcs in block, be A Comp ct 3-Bedroom 2-Bath House gineer Fred Bell to appeal to the Complete Lin* of Ornamental
rezoned from R1 to R.2. .wa* County Commission to appointtwo Plant Material. "The India
new member! to the Zoning River Area's Oldest Landscape
approved by the City Commission
Commission to replace two who Nursery, Our 38th Year* Turi
and Attorney T T.
recently City
Oughterson wa instructed to pre. ,I I lpT L 4t have 'not attended meetings i in Right off UJS. 1 at Llmlsley
pare the necessary resolution fora The first group) of figure 1 !several months Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
public hearing in the house number repre The two member are Tom HOward 1-5332.
.- sent the square feet of liva- Gartland, who represent) the In-
NEON SPECIALISTSPort Trees are second only to Corn able area In the house (The d la n tow n area, and James
il'hi other group is an office number Oaughan. who represent the Port
(
", Fierce! IlOward 4-1399 as an agriculture, product .) According to Jan Rein. Salerno areaThe SAF.TI.AIDSLOCKSMITHS
countryFDKN1UJKU _____ her) Consult a local con Commission aid
Zoning not
*
tractor for an estimate of w discus' why the two members have
building cost, been absent.
consistently -KEYS MADE-
Nh/' I !. Jl L II Bell told the commissioner he
would, and the following day did Lock Combination
By MN REINERhome appeal to the County Commission.
"I No 1335-43 I Ha said both Port Salerno and Changed
Indiantown should have representatives -NEW LOCKS-
Her Is a deluxe -
on the Zoning Commissionto
and two.bath home, yet help make decisions that affect
enough to fit 01a 60.foot. I zoning in their areas. Hobe Sound .
lot Since the price'of ( ) The County Commission agreed 516.488156.5131
ROWELL FURNITURE CO lots 'mcrttse with the to Cdrulder naming new member.
it is a distinct( advantage for a r
to fit a narrow lot with (
Dial AT 9-0804 We Give Gold Bond Slamw. exposure to neighbor. ) '

-- -. House No 1335-43 k 4i l I AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE
wide and 43 feet deep with
U by 25.foot living-dining ( )
protected front the next door
bon by a 10 by 27-foot :
p torch. This porch, with ill
wcue: (8)), acts as' an '
the living.dining room. ( [
,j Motors Rewound ly where space (and .t"I) ) I for EVERYONE
Home & Outlets allows( .this porch may he !
Wiring 10 27 by 27 feet to take in a ( ) I

S Water Pump Repairs -ly-.sized pool.-_Two._ 6-foot. ( ) ( ) "' I

OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4 PAINTS
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HIGBEE ELECTRIC Mote .....h:. F. Black. DM Want to know more? Call now .
Skill Carter C.bl. and 01\... :
INDIAN RIVER !

327 oiCEOLA AT 7-0744 On The JENeen On.BEACH Mil. .. There! is an additional clothes closet fill and vapor membrane. All exterior
t.. i .. .. stofaga walls. The master bedroom and a linen closet m the bedroom wails and of 8-inch.thick conCrete ReardonINSURANCE
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hall. blocks with furring strip
11 1 'It Both bathroom have 3.foot (or insulation hoards) with plaster
washbasin counters and wall.hunj on the inside and stucco, on the
toilets. For greatest economy of outside All interior partitions are
plumbing installation the two bathrooms of regular wood frame and plaster. AGENCY
ed on both sides The ceilings, also
'
"HI, daddy...y to are the"bllck.ta-bllck"5Vi by 5W foot and util adjacent plastered. follow I I the lines t>( Krueger Building, Stuart AT 7-3262

come on In, the weather's. fine ity room which holds a washer the roof and heavy insulation is
called for between the rafters!
dryer unit (W) and water heater
(shown as dotted circle). Plans for Home No 133543
were drawn by Jan Relnef, editorof
This house could be heated elccIncaliy .
I d :lx+s Florida Homes magazine. (The
,
/ e a or by a warm air furnace magazine is available at Val's BookShop ONLY
wa <
''rfr < or by nailing $1 t to 1000- t '
Fifty.second Street North, St. Petersburg FIVE
How 10, Fla)

can Rectory Permit YEARS


4 f 1 L'i tt I learnto Boosts AGO / ,.
$ 'i'e\ ,I Weekly / .
:.

l r pray? Building TotalA

$71.WO permit for the new
St, Joseph rectory boosted building
THE TRUTH permits to a $143600 total ,
IN THIS for thirteen permits ,i in .Martin i
-3'' GREAT County last week. ..*
BOOK Permit for six new residenceswere

: : ...with ffameless YOU CAN TO TEACH the included county 1 InsjWctot in this :tolat issued( six many now administered orally,
PRATEFFECTIVELY
pernxts.. totaling $39,200; the city be
could only given by hypodermic. Your
Inspectors total! for seven permitswas
AIR CONDITIONINGBow Yee 104400. pharmacist was in the Vanguard which
aft Ietn how 10 Fay,
L"7r rI' lots maiMM! with God CLUB 19' SECURES developed mdi'e easily administered drugs.
"
i low BEER LICENSE
: Bow nrMbhc;to aip Into th eoo1,cool eomfbrkOf ;' to lutem for Ills guide Harold
,' MM*, if you will read with M A request from lack-
an atotrfcally air conditioned: bone!A doliglitfiJ ." son for a' beer and wine licenseat
u l..Jt.hrllDd: of1001"maker It 10 eke inodw.,, .. prejudiced, receptive Club 19, 342 East Seventh STUART
Ifcowbt DRUG
the CORP.YOUR
'I truth contained Street, by the
was approved City fib. .
.
a Then''a no alnuntr In luraraer whet yw enjoy faUmgrntf Ioei Sdo
stand Commission May 25. The premise I
taahnt waatlM*eontrol.Plcwaot dayt,eonfcftabl Health with Key M the torn.T have previously been licensedas & REXALL STORE AT 7-1822
e t Il llht8.You live better,sleep better,feel better. Meet IIr Mary Baker L14 the Club Deluxe and the Swan
:I Tour booM it i cleaner and quieter became duet and Club ,
E,I colts are locked out. Th air ia kept tree of .H mmj read -r Mnoo.r ----.
,' ,e.aeal noutura,..helps prevent moM and mJdew.Vwronnd Soe.ee and. Health free W

.I varw-eydi nxx5.i perfcrm a _. charge at any Oiratiaat Soete Seawall Repairs & SealingSTOP
4..M*)Job.They temfort-oool home in summer < Reading Roma The
...warn H J In WtMor.Oanftw look art be purchased a red.
I vets. ec blue binding at |S LAWN SINKING
,tronU -riM tltctrlo air conditional fa tned Mid will be
I, Z, and prom,,a marvel ataplidty.: Noir receipt W check Tent postpaid or moneyrde cm Hydraulic cement grout pumped below footing on interior side of

tr/.pwarlrjopelsotr4/iraooditimdnt.prlam, *. wall guarantees this.
.-Ioww".-1
: 1 Fully Llcensed1 and Insured
May aliM and madela ftc every nqiAMMDt/r ywavnfeaoa Christian Science
iaabc 0s.air oodUioalBC Mnincte today ALL WORK GUARANTEEDFor
.. .
q' READING Free Estimates Call

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'. .: )...'. "IAN/t Fr411511t Y BUILDINO "GUNITE" RENTALS, INC.

I ) ... 282 FLAGLER AVENUE MIAMI FT. LAUDERDALE PALM BEACH
.
Hours
I i' .. 1. LINT'I ,ehethITtftttlLft :10 Monday..... til through 2 pm.Friday, 688-0481 941-2127 832.8920

V !$ 1wla4"1V Saturdir, 10 am, tfl 12:30: pm. ,

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__ : ; Don't Slip Them Cocktails his no practical: cure. It i nest' 1 TIlE STUART TTorMa) NEWS
s lbl m I to burn an ailuttf plant before the Thursday, June 4, 1964 7-C
I
disease spreads to other plants

If the county agricultural: ant water the plants if the rain showers
Care and Feeding of is not handy to help with a plant are not at the proper intervals
disease' man a branch of the skk while you are away.Archaeologists ,
plan! to the Plant Pathology Departnwnt -

Plants in the Home Station, .UainMvilte Agricultural, and Experiment one of have unearthed
the plant doctor: will give you a the remllinof a I M,000-sun-old
answer settlement near the Romanian town
prompt
ggil I Ir By IIFRVE\ SIURPF. posed to exceive heat or has; II'' Many house plants like to he of Plaits Neamt. -
1 root Injury. Plants with small learn sit cmt of doors during warm sunny .
I
Florida Agricultural lAtrntlo and long tnternodti indicate too I days. Of course, dont place
Smfct little light or tuo high temperature tender plants In full sun unless they I For r-Beauty 1

I Like people, plants are subject Actually, niwt" healthy houseplants arc hardened first.
to many accident in the home need very little care: The Plunging the pots into the soil .
Take the caw of the seakled greatest 1 blight of these plants i n to lop rim depth keep, the moisture I r
I rubber plant, This strange disease from coddling: by eager beavers. inside the pot uniform and Imp, :(" "( ,
sj I w as eradicated !in one home by A once-rwedt! watering-and the plant root cooler: .
i removing the plants from the a miserly amount of fertilizer even You might consider the out of "
1 \
door idea for during .
plant your
s. t i Florida room before certain cal month or *o--leeps most plants .
,
<'., a lets VKitcJ! This kept non.imbibcn happy Cold aura 1 ts taboo It vacation and ask a neighbor hWant I .:. .... A "J .;
from dousing the ornamental with shocks plant a* badly a* Ice wateron .
unwanted cocktails an exposed tooth, ,. .
II:.. ,.; Alcohol unruly i is not a common : Neophyte>l gardener can grow 1 I I '''"'''' '
,
:' N t disease of plants ty Or foliage I'lanllIordle"( of care: r y :
: ; :' t.ra Howard Miller plant pathologist -if they stick hj Agluonema, Ana 1 ;r.\
r
with the Universit) of Florida< Ag pldisira, Bromefuida Dracaena a I
'
r 1 : II ILi ricultural Experiments Station, Monster, Pandanu. pcperoniia. I I .
.
b ; i it But here are a few of his hintson or Saitsevieria f.k\i.-\ I..".\.
; : diagnosing other house plant These and other "cast irn" ornamentals ,,' \.
troubles.If will withstand abuse,
,H you discover a plant with low light intensity, warm and cold
h hf t burned leaf lips or brown martins, room :That Is You. ..,
then lighten up on the fertilizer Some of the hap tHat! gnaw or
',,.. Or it could mean that you were ink the life from leave's of foliage I
<" : stingy with the water, or the damage plants art red spinier" mites thrip. ,
win caused: by lust month I fthitcfliet, mealy bug, scales and to show "Pop" you care* Pelican1
Jj t chilling wind.Yellowing aphkls In general, maliithion sprayat -
i and o f Icn-day interval will slop an
leave o1rTr.infun' I t9 7 4s lzf I
is a signal Insect attack, j jI
f over-watering, poor drainage 0 r: Some disease to look for are 5q.tyaw .r. Beauty Salon
poor aeration Small leaves Indicate stem and crown: rot, leaf "spots' I I j
1", too little water and fertilizer powdcrly mildew and blight Mileqe4S'actsLOCIAN Evening*! by Appointment
or the plant i is existing in tight or The best treatment for stem and I i j

.!<'j. 'I '.' iI v heavy soilWeak sown rots I Is to cut: away all the BLVtt JTUAR7,FIA.: I Myrtle Clark Claire Scmatoa115 -
growls or light green or mushy tissue and then spray witha -6AT.7-WCX OSCEOLA AT 7-MM-'
e yellow color on foliage The leaf
: healthy copper fungicide spot
1.t..... > a "J o, 4' ,," I may mean lack of fertilizer. root is usually halted by removing the 1
rot, poor root system, or plantis infected leaves an soon ** they
I FD DUSTOYS STLHincludes eight rifles and about 380 his prowess at shooting, mainly smallbore Here Ed i is examining a growing in too intense light appear.
medals and trophies which he has won since t 1952 as the result of rifle he built, a high-powered .338 caliber, converted: to 30 I A house plant thai Is yellowing Mildew* are controlled by due. .rhlfh;

Jensen Beach Man Has Won 380 Shooting' Medals wilting_or has_"soft growth'_u__ _is_ex__loa the __plants_with_sulphur_Blight F.4. w

1 EAST COAST COLLEGE &:,

I SUMMFR QUARIYR BEGINS JUNK t.8

Duston Member of Champion Rifle Team I Why Only a Buklnem Practical College Subject Count SrcrefarU* ((6 IIIb to IS monlh).

Shorter lime to Prepare Atcmrateocjr:
of the bounty, Du ton isn't j just interested in Duston' interest in the sport fully\ Qualified Faculty Rmlnr AdmlnktrMUM
Engineer at Ed, chief: engineer at Martin smallbore, he's mighty good at it began in 1952 after his younger I !Modern Teaching Methods Cleek.Typbt' '
Memorial Hospital, isn't the least Around the beginning of May he son. Bob/ had followed his older ,JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
Akr-Condltloned
bit interested In scalps or killings was a member of the Florida small son. Dick, in winning the Milwaukee Speedwrilint, Gregg or
The Hospital of any sort, but he is interested In bore rifle team which won the Soapbox Derby, and gamed Day and Evening Classes !Machine Shorthand Air Conditioned Chapel
rifle shooting and the collectionof : national championship Ed shot the added distinction of winning .y.Paynl Plan Real Fjrtale (SulrwrnM or ,
By BUNNY ABBOTT medals and trophies, of whichhe 284 out of 300()( in a competition: the award for the best-design Ire Placement Service Broker)
has appropriated about 380 which called for shooting from ed car at the national championship Six Caller' for Each: Gradual 1'...-".. or Personal 1 Typing R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD II, JOHNS
Martin County has one of the since 1952 prone, kneeling, sitting and standing at Akron, Ohio, with the Civil Servk Licensed Funeral Director
top small bore rifle shots in the It's probably as well that Dus positions at fifty yards over ninth model compiled by the Dus ..
United States-but he's so busyat ton is kept so busy at the hospitalor iron Rights without any telescopic ton family. Telephone 461-3586, Visit, or JVrite: j 1012 INDLANTOWN ROAD, STUART
other things that he's had time otherwise he might have bitten attachments, that is, To continue a worthwhile mutual EAST COAST COLLEGE S
to win only four medals in the his finger nails off clean to the He has acquired four medals father-son hobby, Ed and Bob
past year. elbow through sheer boredom, so in his one year in Florida, but decided: to take up smallbore shooting 121 NORTH SECOND STRUT Telephone AT 7-3434
He is Edgar L, (Ed) Duston of I much doe he miss smallbore shoot. that'* way below his average The finding plenty of C competitionavailable : I FORT PIERCE:. FLORIDA 14-ITour Ambulance !Scn>k. Oiygn FqnlptnemJ
Jensen Beach, about a twelfth or I ing which occupied most of his reason' is simply that he ha n't m local clubs I under National
thirteenth generation descendant' spare time back in his native Wis-. the time to travel so far to take Rifle Association registry' .-1.
T>f Hannah Duston of Haverlllll,"11" !fart'in"competitive" shoots As member of the Waukesha .
H., who-captured by renegade: Now Ed get in some bowlingand So if you're interested in start Rifle and Pistol, Club, the Dus .,
Indians-killed nine of them golf'when he has the time to ing smallbore competition: in Martin tons soon rose to eminence, Bob 'IS ,J;
making her escape and then in. spare, because he has to travel to County, contact Ed and maybe becoming the junior state small .
back for their scalps when Miami or Starke or Sarasota to you'll be able to get something bore title holder and Ed gaming .

figured she could: _make_ good.!. _get. in_any range shooting:_And, started_. the senior title They became the
,- -- ..-- 'h... "" '. .. .. ',. ,..........--..----- --- -- most potent father-son team for f mar./ M .'
i m. a a -- -j'P'I, ;,' fi'. 'aY.J v'r';; 'Ti!'I Ie 100 miles around, and from I9<2- V:0: .
.."4 f1w,.::j 4 ,1'H">fnII 58, each was the others fiercest ..
... ,,\Jt,. ..,.. ; &J competitor:
Why .( "'-"t'. ," .4.fIO">", Additional honor coming Ed'sway S Ss
.
.
: ..; f" {t't'I' were the Wisconsin stile gallery
the ....; ".. '( title three years out of four, I j
I : : ; ..... 1956, '58 and '59; being coach LOOKING FOR
swing'j, ,0( and captain of the team which

't to j" (.", ;''1'. '<'1 Team placed Matches in the Rumbold at Camp Trophy Perry,

r. ." Ohio, national competition in I960;
,,tf Methyl .: and being a member of the Wisconsin .
/ ) t! t''', r1 : ; :::J. stale team which won the A
Leatherneck: Trophy (national infantry
j'J: : team match) in 1961

; ; This past February, Duston fired .
in the National Indoor Small. .
>t' bore Rifle Sectional
\ Championship
"
,. '" > against the U. S. Olympic team, '
J'tIwf...,, and scored 782 out of a possible NEW HOMEr
3.y1+ y l '; 'J/ ; 7 800 to take the high civilian title. .
,, ,
st :, Duston interest in rifle shootIng -
r"r i t s s 'et 't I I. not limned to smallbore,
t however; he i i. also keen on high-
SA power shooting but there's no
high.power range nearer than "
t Camp Blanding at VUrke he lay, \
7 With so many rifles in the handsof
ti
r so many hunters in Florida
and with so few place where the fZ
rifle can he zeroed-in, Ed won.
duct why there are not more falalitie -
*. Aimin, at wildlife or road
signs is not his kJ lining up
a rifle He has a il.fc'atI. 30 call-: -
h r"R'' bet rifle" which he built himself,
ymt e which fires converted .338 bul

lets which which he Ed can makes group himself shots, in with a It's Easy to Own Your Home Just Find the Home That

ten.inch circle: at t 1.000 yards That
i* the way he thinks a rifle should
Fits Your Needs Then.
be lined up .
Rifle shooting anyone?

UFLCOMESIGN BIDS ASKED FOR SEE THE LOAN OFFICERS AT FIRST FEDERAL ABOUT A

Bids have been advertised for

,.. covering sketches and costs of a
new Martin County welcome sign I
at the north end of the county: LONG TERM HOME LOAN

It's an important gasoline discovery! Metllyl' I Bids Martin are County to be Commission returned to the by I

steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting i June 23. I Ii

knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spread I

more evenly throughout aH cylinders of your engine, stands up under I Smolcey Say it
extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard taaolmei (Crown and

Crown Extra). ..at no increase Inpricel 1RIIEDEDAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

Another important way that wss"as
i9e oLae
h w
STANDARD
we MIMhyW.d.m.rtS take batter care o/ your car. ASSN.OF MARTIN CO.

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I-C THE STUART (FU.) NEWS Thursday June 4, 1964Directory Brand discovered
Hcnnig phophorua -

by mistake in 1669. lie I Directory of Churches

Oraanizations was beating distilled urine, hoping

d' the residue would turn out to bea _

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS I C.ul O..srd A..nlllsy I % catalyst that would turn lead KOBE SOUND SOU!HERN METHODIST

lc.bollcl Anonymou.Wti C..m.ndol'.W.It.r .1. B..m.. h4* into gold Instead the substanc CHAPEL .. I JO pro. J. B. Community CbuAmalwr .. I MOt. ap.m.. Cout Guord Au. Hid, Rk.V CHAHLES O BFNNBTT PaatofHO
Radio Emer.ncy. Corp.Oe Cmnty Commlolon produced glowed in the dark- p.m. Sunday School7l4

.erdlna,or-Urorge U"BOR. Chll...... "Fr' ""k A Waokatnd pure phosphorus. < ..... WoMblo Servle

ltd nun, I pmAnimal ,4th Toot 'no a.m (C..Irthusp. BIBLE UNION

Raerue a...,... M C. Board .1 Zoning Adjuitm.nlUialrmai I The citizens I of the Unite I d Palm i City C".EGTIONAt

PrMld. >-Mra. Earl J Rlaoa ,-tni Kho.rf. States spent $2.900.000.000 on for. RCV LAWRIB 1. SHARP
Cad Th..... 7 10 Court hou.. DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 *,45 a.ra. Sunday BahonllliOO
4th Tie... 7.10 p.m.. 0D1"10.1n. p.m. eign travel last year ..... Morning Worahlp

,.. "...,...lo.aI Wm..S CIII, Martin County Mut.um Commlialo' 10,00 .... : pm Wednaaday, Weak
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,. Chairman-Mo.. Huiih L Wlllouihhy Tr LEGAL ADVEIITIeEMENT ASSEMBLY 0. COD-Palm. City : Fellowaklp
S.d.Et':tnl.r;..d.II.1.Irr.. ; N.t'L Bankeaeaanot gal fuel.. 7 :10 p.m.. CourthoiiKiTew 1 KEY L H. DANIEL, Pallor PEOPLES

M. C. lonln and Piattein, C.u..oluolae TALLAII U.EI'Jr flMNOTICE bate am Sunday School lEV. 'CONCUaATIONAI
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Park Nerth Rrvw SkewProparty
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Chalrman-.l.m. GausIII.Sobeoi 11 too a. Morning Worship I 00
la a.m Early
that thTru.teeaof
Ownera AaaoclatlonPra Bs.rdh.iretotHstry J th* "t'1naI1.: r Olin p... Tbur... Bible Study 1'... llrOO am: Church Worahlpool

.! ..IJnlfa ld.nt Ind C. M W.dn.idaya Rohrabauih at howe G. &I.d..d _ I Fund of lbs 8tate of Florida, Ilh I : sue TilO: p pm.m: Sundai Bven.<.\\I.-':.'usonios- S.rniee' 100 a.m Morning Worahlp, Curump
Ind Moo. 7:1U: p,.... t.uu.ttOueS.. meetIng I In the Board Root of during both aervloaeII

IM-oI: 40.. .oo CI.I. A.a.oIatoo Governor' :Off: I Ice, Capitol liillllnKatheduled I FIRST RAPTIIT-300 B. Ak.. A_ ttIO p... Youth Ve.prALL .
ol' Boaullo PointM.or :
r..oId.nl-ltdmond 1'1..1.aot for 10.00 A.M. (K8.T,) no say FURkllo/j't/ WATEIZ4O
Mcrau.lln! Jun. bOth. 1114 will consider 5'.utor SAINTS' PlC0pAt.-.j. Bet
io, I p.sN C. irlcultural. BId, appll
Bad .!: I p.m.. Tows_ Roll oatlon made by Crary' Crary and Buudoy BSV NORMAN B FEASTBll
Fra.keldw. AuaclatloniTMldent Crary F. 0. Drewer 24 Stuar, 9,4) a.... Su.d.r lob.,) Sunday
Colonel O. V. SottongM POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Florida, on behalf of 1-tarmac _. lila, urn. M.rong Worship 1 10 *.m. Holy Communion
eta ea call Decker for purcha.e of the followIn ,..0 ..... T..lnlnlJ UnI.e I,00 s... Family Communion BadTiMilay

G., .. Club. ., Stuart Pro.ld.n R.publloue-Club.m..ol B.Martm WataoaR.publleaa CeuBty descrIbed land, to-wlt: t.eS pm. Eneatng W..b" Curb '.hu

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P.ldsntMJob. W. R Won"
Ind Moo. 1 .10 .m.. 11'0...... Club Women. Club el Marti C* File No 1121.13.16'.11 lilt. ..... 11'.ok P. BernIe. .T a... Holy,e..onlo
P..I.nI-W.. Arnold Inner A parcel of aubrnrrgi-d land In Tkurauay-10 a.m *
Hlh'l' .oelatk.>aPr 4th Tu.i.. I ,.10.. Hr.t National Bank : the Indian\ River In Section 12'l'awoship PALM CIT BAPTIST_tk at MoCerdHNKY ,.ld.nt-C.org. M.cDon.ld I? Houth. Range 41 Fatter rrdHol, CommunionUnity
'lot Mon.. 1SO, ...... Mm National Bank M C. D.moor.tlc Eiaeutlve Committal Root Martin County, Florida, I.41 ..... Sunday School
Chal.man-lOdw..d T. Mil,ray iCt.uVIdec.1o.Mordso more particularly deitirlbed *.. IllOO Morning Worahlp Chu",0 S Plib. Fort Flare
Indl.atawl Clvta Club .m.
St. ClalrXo.ll followslFrom Iftal .
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S .10 Tnlnln tlnluuoltia
p.m. :
Pr.itd.nt-Crady Brnltbin lnu. on saIlRELIGIOUS ..... Huenieg Itu m: StrvlcH WedneodopLUTHERAN
Worship
... .
Mon. i .
- th* Northwaat Corner of
T..O ..... .
Oov.rnrnent Lot i. cold lIerUon Won..d. P.o CHURCH OP ST. ANDREW
I.,... Bwck Cardan Club ORGANIZATIONS .
Wither .I 13 thenr run 8onh 0017' 1 Amvrlccn, L,iib r*>
.
Pr.ild.nt-Mra Calvin G irl.' FrLndly Socl.ty I Ueati along th* Weat line nf I W. P0, RInd: :, .r.h st
Ird. Wed.. I ...... J. B Wom.n Club SaUra ;& l.
FRS.AP\T-I' ,
II. C.
l. ad r-Mra Jack Whltlear'rl sold Lot 1, a dl.tanoa of 30025 0A1tOll
,..... Biach Woman Aaioclatl.a ., I p..... Bt Mary tburokt feet; thenc run oath H' *' TAYLOa I'atr
Pmld.nt$ -Mr.. Marie Mill. La>t. a dlatanc of bOlt feat 5th. ..... I..d., School slit: 5 m. Oundsy l.hooL
Ut-lrd Moo. bit 107 ClubhuuieJunior Jo..pb Guild to th* shore line of the Indian' II 00 a... ., W.r.blp 015t. a 1 Woi.nbip, ln I.
Edward Khu.lla ... I
raaldont Mra jOiner for see: DTO
the
W....... Club 1 lit M,,n.. I pm.. bcboolt tlicnoe. Point North of Hf 7i* lntilnu 64'- I 1..... Kvinlng Wereblp ''u *. SOUTHERN METH. MISSION
Pr.nld.nt-Mra. Our. Cromwell Rest,; run I p.... Wdn .' f,ayer "**t- (MMtlni I In Hob. Sound Clvle Cot_)
a 2CO feet
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N.m. to
C
Jo..ph Holy Society
end MOB. I p.m.. Woman CI.ro.tou. p..ld.nt-It.. Rom,arln tile. .:lj: :3.k Line; I..,. Chad BrtcUe fellem. HaV CHASLta BLMNBTT ...

.., Auduboa Soelity Board bus. b.for. Sod Sun, P.S.. SchoolBOYS thenc run South 14* 15 lt" Ti45 ".... Song Service
I ...., Judge ChW i ': elllt .! ... .. Est, along tl "Kid Billkhaad RIO 11kv.BAPTIST JACK FERNANDEZ PitS ..m. leaning Worahlp
Line, dlatam of 104 II tonI
M C. Aeieclatlon. lor Manlal H.alth SCOUTS OF AMERICA TEACHER OF THE YEAR-William Dclancy.. mith teacher, happily accept from Ernest theno run tiotith; 72* 54' Weat; .:45 '.10. Sunday School HOLY CROSS CATHOLCI.dta_
PrMld.nt-Eev. Ponald Schroeder STUART Principal a dl.tanc of 260 feet to afore II .00 ..... Morning W.,. ra XAVIER
Cod Thnra, toon The Beef Troop 400-8eoutmantr. Robert Pack Edwards, the trophy that goes with the title, "Teacher of the Year at Stuart Training School Dclan aald ihor thpoceros edO: ..... Training Union ..
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7:41 ....
w.rl.. T Amor..n Lotion Hall) tJlIii. ., First
KU p.m.. North; U* ,45 .... Kv.nlng .0..d.
M. C. Cbo...,. Amarlcaa Caneer Society Ship 40Ad.l.o.. Y-orl DeipThur. cy was chosen by the students aid shorn line. a Mem dlatanr alunit of I Mlpm. Wadnea. W..bl alerting day, co.ro.IOD before J

Chairman-Malloiy JohnaonMartht ... T p.m.. Mo'h. Cltur-h Alh.n,8t. 71.HI feet: the orst'untiou.aionsaid
ST MARY'S
M.mrlal Hnpltal AuxlllaiyPreildent Inu.dion 44A.I.or.. Kd Klrkhart .lore lion North II* li FARMS II EPISCOpAl O
TOPICL .ATIT-H. Boulevard '
,
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hum 7pm Moth Church All any 51.Cub '
17
010fat Went dlatanc .
ktre Curt B of 231.21
LEWII IITACU. i' and 10 am. ( to
Men. TINS National Bank : Pack 410-0"bm.' P. D Htem.l feet to lbs Point of Beginning School J.n 8eplt
lk Mon. 7 10 C.'hollo, Bchool
IMm p.m. Containing 1.11 thou a.m. Morning WorshIp
arms
more EPISCOPAL
or
,'. Cardan Cl bPrlld.n Cab Pick. 430-0.bmu..r. F K ,neraLaat I..... CIII .... Training Union SACRAMENT CHURCH OP THE BLESSED
-R.y N. Frl.l l Man. 7 .HO p.m.. Vuutk Canter and will ennalder nbjMtlnn there, Sit) p.... Lv.nlng Worship RhV w. -M Chick St.. Indiaataini

lat T..., 7HO p.... M C. Air Did(. JENSEN BEACH to. Objection, to th* proponed etle I "UO p.... 5 Hldwett Pray** THOMAS LOUCM

Martin Ceunty .. ...... Children'. AM*. Troop 4OI-Bcuulm..tr. J, D. Lookadoe of Mid land .hould. be aubmlttpi I DUNKLIN MEM t p lOO 40 p a.m.m. Church Holy Euchariit School
to the Chief Engineer Triialeca BAFTIST-ladl Blew
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Pml<.lent Ira Swlgart Wed.. 7 80 p.m., CommunIty Hall

Ird Tbur*", lilOpm.. Com Rm. lot Nat Cub 4h W.d Pack. II 401-CulmuMr. Community H. HallCub 4,linn Lh I II'.1In: ,, r I : '.Improvement'Tallahaime. Hi h:,:ind:rl; 10 KhV 00 .TIll.... Sunday Lurr Sckaol CHRIST MEMORIAuplt telaad

National) SMretarlea Aa.oelatlo I Pack 402 p.m.-Cubmaater. Rhine., Jr4th da, prior to id Ie date tl rot abovementioned 11 ,00 ..... Morning Wor.... Winter .0. 0" t AprlD

Pr.old..i-X'I, VIr 1 Into 1 V.uo1u Wed.. hOt pm. ...L.!Hall Tl* Trueteea rewrv ,15 p.m. Training Union CHURCH OP
Ind-"b Mon., )L l\\. I'ubll" &..Ibrary the right to durlln to ni"ke oat. n' IsO p.... Worship Barvlc &Ool..d.I....
I any or all of saId land Th. coin. I I' 1 do p.... We.. Mldw.k Bunnies JEV. M08
Palm City Oardea Club SERVICE CLUBS and when made nhnll be aubject to : ..... Sunday S.ho
FruMent-Mlia Mabel Pin.., CMUM Club ., .Btuart the Tru.te 5 reHervtng unto (thorn- ST JOSEPH CATHOLCE' II St.KKV 11 00 ..... Morning Woranlp
Ind than.. 5i50 ...... CM. Center'aim ... _A.ron II..... unites % of tits ) I JAN J..NUIZEWSKI 9110 p m Evening Worship
City Clvi. OrganlaatloaPnuldent W.d. II noon. Townhouu ..."....., sls .16d matala : do'l'Jlefmi( ; Week day.i | |UO| 7u)0pm: : W.d Young People

..... petroleum. thereon or thrret,nrler. Saturday 7 ISO Gndeava.
Zgllnlokllad \
Andy ndl.ntowa Klwanla Club. Purchaiier I I. required to for Con'...,..., Saturday and Tburiday
Tae. Clvl. Center Pra.l. ,l.nt-'- am.. Rln. tu'nl.h dicumenturv lax pay. n before tint Friday of .. 44 to CHURCH OF THE GOOD
PalMtana Cardea. Clvl Aa.ecUtleePrwraent > Wed, Hill ....., Bemlnol boa t for the Inatrumcnt of conveyance atamp 1.1 and 740 to Colt .nlb Jupiter .HEHu

-1U.. J. W. Maraonlat J..... ....It U..... Club BY ORDER of thn. 1'rtlotrrs 01 REV ELMER L. ALLEN
ST .
II... I P.m.. koma.fort l'ru.Idunt-J.rn.. Dean the: Intornal Imi,rovement Fund 01 CHRISOlHE'S CATHOLIC tin ..0. Holy Communlol

Sanrae. Clvla. Aaae latlM lit-lrd Wed, 7 ill p.m., leyaiearg the Btat I FARRTH of Florida BRVANT, at 10 ill .. Sunday 10 too and a.,.Sunday. ParIsh. '.E..hal.t So
1 .
?ld.WoIloI' B.nionlet Juplt.r-Hob.. Sound Klw.nl. ClubPraildont IP \ j.0)0 ; Governor
Thura, I p.m.. dais' Center r ( ,sif AttentV FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
1,4: ThvrM C .. Supper Soelali, 0.0I -Hob.rt H '1I. : TIST-724 Lust OM.B 5slaeu 'C Jhll.. h..__ .__h_ DuL
p. Mon. t pm. Jupiter MarinaRetary if r Truat\; R IP'Dt.C;,: Engineer. lllUO .,. Sunday BchoolIllOO : 'I W1N." DY

Pert Buluso Dee.' M ... 9:911 ..,,. "T
.dCITI Club ( SiuoPr..Id.nI.Dr. :
SU.da
: ,
.. Pub. May 14 II Mow. Worhl.
Birth.u.., $ .. ..1O ,, i II. Jun 4. I'M! ,
.. Bl.nton Mauy I UU i'm. We.i T..Umo"lo ::So g cod II out, """"
Clvl. Club W.d, U .It p...., Sunrise Inn v ,I 1t4i a t4t* ., a. I I TALLAHA''EI'Jr' FlORID t. Beading .J..I. 4 P.m. Youth /"f IolOh"
<....Id.. -Jack Shomert 0 .7'. NOTIOI'l Mon through trU. eO amlIMCHURCH ..10 ". ". Wudeendsy. Youth Choir

.5 'tban. Clu bo.*. Stuart I'ro.ld.nt-ll.Klwanla> H.Club Haaedal. HIpioBa ., i ... NOTICE) I. hereby glvei I that lb. ,.... Ion p.m. Wdn..day, Senior Choir7.00pm

.tssr. W.mn' Club. ...... II.15 ....., Town HOUM ,. 'l'r.tee.ofths Internal Improvement OF CHRIST-42S Pate ltd. Thuraday. Midweek Ber.u.
pm. Mr.. Corn.llu. R. Venderreerd Fund of or Florid, Inmeetlnir .. JEHOVAH Mead
Wed.- I'10 ..., Club Bulldlnt Stuart HI.Stq>p.r* Square D.... Club 10 % b 'Iu I"r; Tioom of lIve UliUCb IOBSIu Minllter S.nd.rT WITESE'rlt
p .I. Wa..hto.o
...Id.nt-Glllj.rt P.... Governor :Office: Capitol Hiding, loon ':8U ,. sld, .
r.b.bul.. Ger4e Group 1'bur.. I p.,., Youth Center ohduleil for 10:00 AM. (FHTon a m Blbl Study Thsrso-1IOMinltp,5he11' .
'halrma.-IoI.... Rabert J. Eoatet t .A June uth 1904 will\ connldor tppll 11 00 a.m. and ComBaaloa7lV : ., .
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fat Wed.. tiKO ..., 110.... it u I cation mad by Charlea B. :Mo- pm. Evening Wonkta .
- - Stuart Lion. Club : Adam, P U Box 117 Fort Pierce, Wo..o., REDEEMER LUTHERAN E. Ocaaa SIt
Proold.nl-AI K.... Florida, on behalf of John A. Claw Tilt ,.... .Id... Bible Study 11Ev. DONALD K. .
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE lad-4tk Wed,7pm., Towa Souse ford for purchaae of the ..1 ... Puadsy .
Hobo Sound following THE CHURCH OP COD.-.FlngW .. Ihool Blbl't'
a.
Pr..Il.tt.-Dr. William My... Stuart: Soropllml.t I ClubPr.uid.ntEdnu deacrlbed land to-wlt! RJV. B1LL1E llaALPIN I' W..blp .1
,
\ Ird Tue., I P.., C..ualt'lor- Wolf I File No. un.U-IG' a.m. Bunday Ibo CHRIT THE KINQ tUTHEIlAIIEITH -
it-lrd. Thur.., BOOB, Bunrla IBB. 11 too .. Morning ,
". _e..*a Baa.lt Area 'rhros, Contiguous parcels ot 7ISO pm.RustIng Warship, ( : JOHNSON. ".
Bluer .
J.yuos.Pr.sldettlIob unmerited land
Prail,l.n_Kiank ror.bergand River In tIJ Indian I 7 10 ,.m. lu.... Prayer Meeting aloe am. Churh School .
MOB. ilrecten S ...a, Pryor ; In Hoc 11 on a ;and 23 7 HO ... Set ..m. Claaa
Tu..., 7ilO pm. Pink Pony"VETERANS TownshIp. 17 Mouth ,, 41uut Ttiur., V.P K. aervlMtutu 10-00! I'oto.Morning
runt Bniotnu. $ Martin Countv.: KU rlda, .I. WorahlplKH

'....Id..t-&. 0. Blaokijan! OROANIZATIONSAm.rlc.n VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN of the class of'64 at Stuart Training School Joyce lying Easterly of and shutting, LIOtieL AIHTINlMlN'fIN FIRST MEHODfST11 C. A.
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Bed Thura. I ,.... rirahouMPmld.BVH Uglon. J''..* Beaak til* North lOll feet of {lnv..n. REV. WATIR .
Epp center, and Cora Coleman hold the trophlci them Walter Oden asnUunt ineilt Put I of cull I jiuuhvtiIV 5.40 JE81UP
Cumeudtu'CIIt&55 BponilaInd presented by principal, K.rfln 11 C'O\ITt (WI
...... : :
/ B. (Bonny) Melao. .4th Mua. 5pm.. LegloB BaD I at Friday awards assembly. Joyce also won the Soroptimist award for the best senior girl m business AIA lylig containing Kiwtarly of a. total Sluts pf Uoan 111 'l's 55',A"LOR'S I M.\"r.' COLJ. loon am i. .: :S"hO

Sad Inura( ., 5 ..... America Legion Stuart subjects at the school acre. more or lee*. HI-1 palu (TI*. IB1SESTATH I :.U p.m. Youth Flo..hi
Fossil Merakant Dlvl.l.a C.mm.nd.r-.I. U Taylor lOnc warchlp .
Chairman PhUp Sameik4lh lad and Uh Frl, 5 P..... laglern Roll. and will oonilder objection) thnre OV { July s.d Auguot, Su.do, ,. .'.4 ,..

, flu,-., blusH ChamnrBuUdln. | American. L loa, IndlaatewaCommander IHUAIUMAC AlJtElTI5IlMltT<:' to. Objuctlona :, the propound unIt I it. L.. ,E"M\N'.d. i 1
I .. | I of auld land houl<1 be aubmltted I ) TRINI METHODIST- ,
, -Jim. U>.byth Bo 'led-in.bond whisky I it a Floor Areas Are to the Chief 1>:11.1".... Tr...,,,.. or I\U'I''I TU u.yI'ruHI GUlSALU. .
CONSERVATIONAudukw Sat. 5pm.Amerlua WILL, HbLti UHUL t h s Internal Improvement of of M. '1. .1.
locbty AlC'l HUN un June i, lttil at I 100 straight whisky that has been star EllIot Hullditg lund I Al 'r..lu., duteaaed .t.t. ., W..hlp Sbo
L. lo. J.._ ateM Tsllahsouar. P'lorlda coo .
Aaeliiury. A Ililck. l"lrl.I in Code h..bl T.uS .
.
Bat 111Ird Amity Mltiart. Changed p.m.
tile .
Mor .
notIfied
t..ld..t-E. I'JnI prior to ""I. flout aboYOlI.enllon.d. I I and ruq 11 red to lee oil
)'r .ld.nt-Mra Emma McCu Inntliui Wor.bl
ed
lurg ,dull for least four
Mon. pm. Flrat National Baaaklaaah '.d-4th 110... I ..... .da. dL'10040ul'4.Shull'r' I doom e' iuilal at consecutive The Truatee r..e.v. (.Inline or demanla .hk-h they en, SrI 0uadai
Wallea Leagli.Prwldent In wooden casks and but the rlKht to wllne to mnke, nub* of love avalnat aald eatate l In I 0
Floor
.. -*,II..III Kindred. Am.rican Uiloa A..I1....,. Ituart Juno 4 1IU4 C Harrow. yean area requirements in Res- any or all of aald land The sub.. it Ii'0, tie C"Illy,, Judal of .. .1 OSCOLA. H.SlUT METODIT. .

lat ,.1., I P"".. Courthouse 1'.ld.nt-M.. Clara May T.lmaa Pub l tied at 100 proof ((50 pur cent alcohol idcnlial.3. 3A, and 313 (multiple and when made shall b* aubjvct to tin County. Florida I. tile courth alv. ..... Sunday School
Coo.erv.llo Club. Ind.4th Mon. lpm.. leon Mod the T ruatee.reorrv lag unto themaelvea at H lart, *"I', .In ..... Morning '
Junior IN 'rI11 1 ('hit S IV i'iMitN e'OlK'V' by volume). dwellings) the 79 of the phoo huts, mln- (O calendar' month dairoI lIst 1100 Warship.
were changed by a Ml.alonary ..
.
Oeater WOI.a'
Tu.... 1 .III ,.Bfc. Stuart Youth Moron Ceuaty Barracka W.WJ Veteran 01 \H'I'I'II ('01 ""rf. 1r1."IUIM noah and metal and 10% of the duty of tie, tlrat ot tlna '04. t
.bl.'lo.
Stuart Codfish ClubPrs.ld.nioW. C.mmandor-Philip' ... Kir. 1'11011\1'1<: 1\00. bOil I.JJG\L IftTf"'Il.nT:: : Martin County Commission on petroleum thereon er thereunder. noil" e. t'oh clulm or d"I"nel moot "Thur.,01"* .* 5"* .
Uradlayl.t .it Ird rrL. J. B. Community" Ocular IN MM'' Purchaaer I I. required be I In wrltlnit' and ,
B. -- to pity Cur or II.t atato t h e i Pt'oue
Wd, general Bleating Marti Count Barracka. Aunlllary. tHT.\TI Of ) recommendation of the Planning furnlah documentary tax atampa plH or rendanm. ,I poetoddeuo orrke : U:: board *..
Bed V.xL. !!:. dlreeura let Mail) Bk.rntEMEM 1'.hl."Io-M. Hulk N. Hall LVKMMN U. UHK ) 1\0'\1-11I OP .1'111.10 nl'1RnOHtJURn and Zoning Conul1il!: lol1. for the I Inatrument of conveyance of .ha claimant and moot no... _It ..: ( .
: Df. ... be
10.. ... W. I Old .. Ckarah BY ORDER of 15. T rustnoe of .worn to by the ole.ltaat his
pm ; TO CHhUITOH TO: Z) Mltl! T'lr sP H It P E It 'I' Y The requirement now states that lbs Internal Improvement fund ofth agent, or hi* attorney, or will! bus SOUTHERN METHODIST..pL
ORGANIZATIONSJaawa Vot..o' Council el, Marti County rnult r. Of the tatal* ofCAHMU.N b'UI.LOWINUTlLitIOTCt 'each in atate of ('lotIdaARRI8 void .r,'urdln... to law.B 11Ev. D. H. KNIGHT JR.. .
Bvch flremwl. AuulilsrPPrsuld..tMnl. (h.I..an-.lohn. W. Puller : II. bAsK deoeaaad spa $ !: ; dwelling unit a multiple BKTANT / / IRENIS NEWMAN, 5150. ..m. W.bip BonnIe
M.rl. ''fUf Itt Ird Mon., I ....., Stuart Legion Horn hereby n IIMcl aid required to rile dwelling shall have 325 square feet Gov..or Adinlnlatratrlx of th* ratatoof l I.'4b ..m. Sundy S.bool
led Monday." I 5... aiy ilalma or d 'ni an, U which thty A.th" t rrl\\ from Florida Eot of floor exclusive of All t- M L. Newm'in. deceaaed sln ..,. Ep worth Leagn
VFW 'teortCunrnond.rJuhC amp' lmuiful ..t maid mtat' In lila Coast l1l.ihl-of.Wuy.. area carports, W., R. K1PP. Chief Engineer CRARV CRARY" CHARY ,.I .. Ra.aln
deems Beach Velunter Fir. Papal tai.ntTIM. U. MurrayInd oflke of ti| tautly JUH) of Mai ):.etward t 0 1,,tsr000, lion ot breezeways. and utility rooms."I"L'i Truateea I Fund a. *'. nary p. Wodmy 1..

... I ..... flrahoute. .4th Tb...., Gold. (. BulldlagX tin Cuinty Flirili, In lb. Court- ......t A... >ub. May1 l4. II. II Jun* 4. 1964 Attorney I.. for the Admlnlutratrlz 110 ...Ladle. Mt..i.nup
fort SaUru. ,..... i'. AuilUary baum. at Stuart: rjulda: wllhln *lxmliiilar ,, APt EHT1HK.HIC1TTALI nf lbs .vatat of lod sad OtA .
Pro.ld.ot-lIa"t CataunaIrd .F.W.. ledlouCornotrnmund.rJtuepb m.'ntlm from tlm, date oflh H Luke Ktrret from, Florida IN THE ('flt'lfTV: Jf U.I' sets RT M. U ?vowttoo daopuoed ":'0 p... Prayer Mating

Thur.. 1 .0 V.... Flwhoua* W. Preito .. that l.ubll.1I1I1I, if thl. n,illceIn Jooo.t Coa.t Dallroad Itluhlof til toil.:K, l-UIHIDt M \HTUI.A'lr.. 'L"RIII' I'ub May 4 lu, loan 4. 11. II 1984v FIRST METHODI _
Ut-lrd Bat. Cud p m. Poet Home ,'h tlulm, or demuiil,' mat In Inwrlllmr .Way to Cuntiai Av*. > UTI C 0i l'f fn;: ( __
Port Sa....... V....._ Fir DepartaMBlPmldeBt and mimt atelu tha pltitur ISOIICF la htreby glt.n I that th* U11'I'iTIO OFJOHN IY 'Iii 50 1 lICe liT tOt r 011 Icy.. GEURGK'It, MeOUMMICE
-Robert Jobnioal.Urd VFW Aualllary, Stuart ,'uld"ce, an.I .pint"offlu' tiddiex.of C. Central Ave. trnm lilt kilrsotto TruHtemof :the Into. nub Improvemen WAtTBB JWTNHOJT I nI.i-I" I r 'IIF 5:45 ..... Sunder Sob,,.
| .I 1151 ...
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Tua*.. )nrhu C.mm..d.r-II. Melvlna Weal Ih. clilnmnt" NII.I.I mi,at be nworiit Chu.eh Street.b. Food of the 8t.li. of Florida IBm fo ....a I'IlliOih l I'K HCI' Silo Mo.nlo Wo.lI"
Wed Goldea Oat. BulIdlolMISCEI.l.ANEIt3 I t it, by tits his .. ..nt. (i.tLI'O.tllISEll'. pm M5'F
"" l.t-lrd" ilalnnnt K ur IIIIIr In the Hoard Room of theUovenora orirn TO rIoptureIie;
TRATERNTL'oROA/i'lZATIONI .:: :. ). I'a.1 Av. from, 711t Sireet J'J p.m. E'enlng
hIs alliiney" ur It Mill beooni void Office. Capitol: Hutldlngacl TO All fRMITOHH ANI> Alt : ( ,0. ... Wo..11
Aeacl Chapter;, Order el 0 t't'ttI',II,IK to low. to lOtIt Street ,"dilled for 10,OU A.M.. L.RT) oo PHIWrNrl: HAMNU CLAIMS OR Wn.LAM ALsANbElt IbO ?,.1 ,.. Thumdy,. Ch.l,
Maitor ()ubellior.-Dotld DuicanInd 1>..I.rl, thla J","I dup, of Muy, ISJAalbrl Jut fIlth lilt v.111 onalder application t'F. r AN08 AUA1NST SAID Elf. CAH'1U. p. Tlo.rud.y. I.nlo Chair
.4.>. M.a.. 1 .10 >.m, Maaoal Tempi.Acecla ). Civil Air Patrol M TIICPIcR, E. n.n" An.. foam Labs IJtr..t: made by Charl. B. MoAdam. TATEt Plaintiff.AILA FRST PRESBYTERANN. RI
I ,. Sbm..
Maeeal Ledge (mentorLl.iten.nt J. F Strong *:tutor ;of lit. hunt of 10 lUlh Blroet.F. P O. Hoi II*, Port )1.rsi"iniJo Too sod each of you. Bra hereby >. : MALCOLM A. HARRIS
.a.tebrl.U. K.lb. M..ta fiuidaya. 7 10 u.m. (tarn,en 5. Llak Uoucu.uT on behalf of t.rr.t C. notified. and 'e ,I U CAHTLTlUffcndint 0EV. ... SYONKY LOwRlI 1'1'
Worahlpful. S ,..... Muoal. lempl* Commit .1 100 C HOt'KAltut'ry IIp.ure )Vo. tram Ig k.Streol MeOI tubs.. for .purchaM *f the followlt any :rlalm. :; or dr::: rd.'hlc'. you ':00 ..... Oundop '
l.t-.rd oro. to 10lh Streat.a. liP OUT l.h.1
fi.r Executor 'u drairlbcd laud., t -wtt: or either of you. mny hnve axalnaithe TO: AII..IOTl.J UtTlf.llalnolankatt 11110: am. Worahln
Ana Millar' Clrale. [lb.uuidoutMIu. ChairmanUa Comb I'. (I. Hot 17KKHtuart Eotets of IOHW:-/ A I. T lOB! \ .00 ..... Young 1.1. .
', Dorothy Hardy hwoi live l>lri>.or-II.... Phllhrlck Horlltt fl..h..m" Avo. from 7th51it Fit. No. J.u.au>> II JOir\W\ n.r..d. late of IIIR" K I'opl. a FellonhlprRANCIS

Pod 'ihur.. a ,.... [lbs Loan.Beta 117 W. Ocean Blvd, AT ,..... lub:: Jung. 4. It. 11 11 IdfllftoiMH 10 10.h Strmot. A pu: :', rl of .ubuxTii.4 Und la tin County. 1 1nf .'Iorid.-.ttti fIlIng Coo Kayila VKfc, 01-1.11,41.HrKHHY I (Inland NOTIKIFP PRES'YEIAN ,OMMUNIT

SororityCeallea Lad, &011... AiieclatloaI JL N..u A.. fount l.a k. the Indian hlver In *p.tMrn :T. 1100. ti> the V'000ty' Ju1lros YOl complain for Divorce I....
Sigma Phi : ; C tI.l.lll roll' HII>NNurillO wnahlp 17 Houth. .... II Court .f Martin: ('ototy: I In I ho been filed avaln.t DICK80N Pantor
: Zeta C..".... I 1'.ld.nl.M.. 1)111 Hart.ell I. I Il00oity, : dadS. tOnI Street to both Itre.t. iaat,: Martin. Count), KwrKte Coirt H 00.00 t Stuart, norl Pmldent-Mr.. 11. J. Albott 'lu.i., I .10 *..... M C. Gull I .Otor. Club ....h.d Hlda will be rerehed bv the I. Av., from 'Ib Street in..re Particularly dweriMd .. within sin, ralvndar month from or other to the your C:tnver .- II oar. WorshIp 1.10

J.Urd Thur... 5 P.m.. .-.. Lively Art Club. I '.tin".r County .$1'01",1..1011. 01. Trr 0th on Street follows: the date of the flrxt publication of plaint on Mult 1..i'PY >;LTlN limo 5150: '..1. L0"1 '.
Mai, ', unv. Florldu. In .Ito offlte thl. Wed.l
nolle HAIl CLAIM OR DIt.NI' !]- H 520 Denver AveJnU3 Ad.lt Choir.
XI CamiM Phi Chapter Pra.ld.nt- Mr.. U A.hky. Arkegaat of tie C'I.l lk nf Ircult <'ourtat From ,thu. Inl..tlon or lbl ) MIST BB t-n.Y B\VOHN r 11-JO. (Iv. Y.uu
1'.ld.M Joe tin I., Ird l'rI.. I It p.m., .0.... III'* outirth alt l.n In Ott unit. Fl' rldn I. Chu..h. fllrront train C.ntralA 5 tlt h Inn ot .Id Bunion! 3)'I TVo"J) ) FIlED IV bUPt.ht'ATiO. A.:WrtSf, "wi-WlS 1-art _UNITAIA FELLOWSHIP

.t-5rd 111...... I P.Bk, bum*. Merlin Ceunty Fair A.eoclaUoa up until 5:511: A.M. Jun IH.. lost, .. 10 Tarpon Ave.K. Ill, I Itur ruin' 1111' u, ..... /WtLt.ArH .7. ROBEflTS Vk"o"fnh'e In Ih. (IffIc. 145 PI brIne, .. C..t...
.1 tho Amunl000 pluv.lutieo aid npenid a. butt tlrr' ri.r aapuaalble I..ko Pirorl trolll CenlralAv. Moo,) A.I.run NO'lh U. U' Aa Admlnlatratrlx of Hi* ( I Clrril, Court on ,?, tt" '..'.bj Foro 1,05 Pier.. lissoit.
Itasibleru Preulluut-J. W. Hu.rl.t for tit* lullo I ln:;; .5\ oIl .lo"K, said rolr II,. F.tat of John Walt.rJohnaon fore th* lath of Jute. '. ... ; P.m. (ued.pi
.. da ..
M.rlou Momiarrd .. to N..uv.. ..
ii 'tt-Ctre. Mon. Id* ,. .. Agricultural. Bid, a diotsn't' 01 11.72 t.et; Ihrrn'i DeoeanedAddrvaa ou t.1 to do Decree IH. I Ihoo 1 'u.d.

| Thura.. komea Martin Ceunty Golf and Country ClubPr.sllutt..Rd ('onalru..tlnn at a b"11 cohunat r.. Fifth BI.e.t frolll Color..oAv. North 0:11: H' Euui s di.tanoe P. O Ilox 14, I.... "II be taken avalnat you for PENTECOSTAL SICLC..Iudluus.ws .
., Club lit. .'uutr,d ot 1I1'ldw. Jtoa". .. to Akron Ave.Rf. 01 all foci itt arson leao. to a II"b. Sound Flnrlda.. Ihe r..Ud demanded In his Com CURTIS IKlNER. P.ot,
Hlvbe plaint' lost: a.m .
ele
1I0b. Otoutd.pitepifloolioul. 'o'I wr onumenl; thuore MICHAEL 0. IITTMAN gchool
ISSrca iaSTLSLa4laar T.mpl. Ird lu.i. 1 10 ...... Clubhouse Moron A.. OpecORoultyOrd. North 82' n' East. a dials-. Attorney for Admlnl.tratrl 1 0INE j ND ORDER Bt Stuart OilS J... Suedup!l Evantelbtle
to We.t
> b oblalnodBt 01 1\ fort .. Florlde. thIs I 10th do of I.5 0 ... .
Marti Ceunty Farm Bureau | may mor. 0' 1. 10 tho tit Rust Ocean Blvd ) Ilay. U6. Wedneaday Bible 8t
Awlllary te India BlTee- til.* tffkr ..f tl. Martin Koirdf moan hl..h. water mark, of the P. O Ho* tilt atuart, Florl.l I OIltYl'tly I'lI'lt'Pl "THSEMANE "
l.t II ..Id."t-Alho. Krn.gef ( itmty" Cnmnl..,I..n..rTh .. N. C.II'ornlli Ave. from Fifth Indlnn Itlver fr the I I'olnt of Tub t May II. 8*. June 4. It 1964l ('l'rk I of' the. CI'ul Court OR CHURCH, OF CHRIST
En.D1OAIt Bemlnole Inn
GladyS Ind lbur .. CHURCH
Ihtllb .
Chief H 'ard "f Ci u ity Comml..I"n. Bclllnnli or Ih* parcel I here M..ln CHRITA
II Tv.... C p.... 100' Maluup..dt Martin County Amat.ur Hulls Club .n rsare.th* j>l.lit to ejwol any Street I 0 Sixth tltrecl.O. inafter do...rlb.d. sold point be :\ THE ClnrilT COIN OF TIIKIM : .. H.nry Ch..h I..1. ,,.. Ponob.
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d.1I'C Odd F.U.w. 1'.ld.nIo-IlUl Britten and all hlda. We.t Hulk BI.e.t 10 Colas n r.'Jt'o,1 utherly:: point ofa >'TH .It lilt IAL riHCtir. iAMD '' (Clrrtll Crt: fly bruIt.Clerk; S tao I =. E lImbO,"h'"'

Reble third Thur... I p.m. AT 7 4111 l"'i'lln"I I / d'iv of May 1St 4. redo Av.. .. ibiiierg.d land her.tar .- FOR M4HTIV COlT1 ELTON U. "WARZ SItS cm. : ..
? tth't'Ot'lilY conveved by T raCIer. of TtrF OP riOHI ) %. Attorany for 70 .... 1.1.
frJ1b: : :;...G IUUY Hail Martin Cased HiaterKal Buoioitl'roullutt.RaloOd OMMIHHIlVSFUH' OK P Channel Av.. tie Internal Inpiovvnont Fund IV rUAVtPHV" : AO. S8ltHA7KL. 8.0 U.riv.r A n.nue F'lsiotIjf TII..d. Bible
M.tlt'l'IN COINTT ; lired No 113.8)); thence North !: 5. ) lion 1021
MerrellTu.
( &1_ Eaosu' .., IIChlel Hy PRANK A. WACHA, U' 20' 49 End.. foliuntug .h. .u..A1WI alntltt.v. 1.,0
1"100 Q McPhcraon Street i"larldu 1
Tu.... .'0 .m., FIrst National Bk
P.t..b-1'lIurm."d. Wiluuuod4tb p Ul'rn"1I .. It has been found
.ulh..I..I hub 01 .ro..ld Hub: lay tl, it. June 4 11 mat fish can
'1'..... I pm. loor U... Multiple Ll.tlng g.,.... 1"....\t.> R. Vftmt Tth fllreitT brtwern 'I'rtul. rslofthn Inlernal lm.pranenuro O. 1IALLAIlD. 1911 he preserved for months
Club sad AuuUsip.idob.00 C 1I..tar'-C..1 H. Turner ib. May II Tans 4. 1084 Slut Road -, -0 -.11" Culltortie I land poron I DfendnO \Tit! tot BT OP THE without
niil' loss
800.10 Iqusne. "pom of
.._ ,, nutritive
.. TuitleThu Ind-Itb Taea I Ave.a feet, ,t'retlr Ira.. to o NOTICB! OP IllS' M'Ti f1.. t IHn IT value by ImmerlonJn .
I am ,,1'1' olin IT hOt RT OF T111415I5 III the !II..rtln County 100 loot TO: O H AL.1.ARDHe.Idoro 'I.nlln\JII.** FOR 0. liquid' or
( : -lol..1: For.hur, lira City Plume D.mB.tntlea Oak. I III .lll'llfl.l. I IW" 'ullh';; 'olifurola A.e. b..tw..n. We.t }talklod LIar. thrnoo South 4k Address : l\RTI. Ia. gaseous amroon-

,. I.. ...... C ...... J. 8. \)0") CbouulOusS..tete .h ..hl.nt-M.. Ellaabelh '.. ...." ASh ton MiuriM lIla lI.r..t sod Chest Avo 83' Eut. aln.tr said lIulkh"It Unknown NrYMInCER? '0. The process could be valuable
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Bed.dte .... I.it.4P.R ht Tuea.. SitS I.e., Cilia Ceataw, OHIIIt. Lion. a dl"olle. or IS feet, more TOil are hereby given notice that 5A(1111E: I' where cold storage facilities
II. are
I If \'tnltv: NO S7VIFKANh. or .bout: tiiottat for Divorce baa been EUZA1ETt
Etth. program Include th* oulh eI JO' a Complaint \ .
: O. 1\.......* .Incline' K.ne.l Club ANNA MiNiM .uAIWIII, lnt,'ra eitl; .n efeli:; shove 41,0, West. J\::: \' the flout filed agalnat too In the abnve andforegoing ; PlaIntIff nadequataStuart.
ird W.d I p.m. 1'1001.11". I named sIrens when u e b .... u :. 1 25) feel. rau.e by the Plaintiff ??. I IUTIN.
\ F Chop' P. L III.. Coil AT V.1144 for meeting place, \00. work I la nereaaary to complete h'o'' 0. I lou.. 10 tho tucut high lIturl II. Aliurd the geonrul ostllreof Ca.VRLB8 JliRTtVUefendnnr.
pH..u-Mrs. I .... hems.Cl 3 \RKIH, } the paving program.AM "'a'er h.rk ..I lbs Inrllan lOIn.Cr whIch I. to ohtuln a dlv000u. You. A tRotaC
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lot-.r' 110" 'ert Baleni. Horn Demenatratlea club. Noum I)v SlIT : thmt'r nnrlhw..o.llI. 'asusdorltlh ore required to file your An w.rr

ChP PrMll.nt--Mr Zlllnh N.wlln TO: FRANK J. OARRISHBHlnlSNCV > TO ANY OTHFH PP RSON8INTbRLHTKU sold hl"h 'al.r m..k. > other pleading to said Complaint TO: CHARJLJ78"A.0MARTW Maata 11.11Dr.
rp-I C.I L Lobby lit rhun., 1 .BO ..m., Clvlo t.nur !: NKNOWV,; THUKLIN 03 foot, tttare 0. I I.... 10 lbs :in or brfure the land day of June, Hurn tlu'lve '
.4th Wd. IS .... .- TOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED .TI h of y000r. hereby Point of 1I..ln"I"tr. Cnn.alnln.r. 1864. o.he..I. Ih. .lIe".tlono, Mlrhluan &* .Maaev I
Sad RUtb. ... lor Girls. I Rlptld. 1'1.,... ol Mantis Ceuaty that a ('ulllploJ"I fur 'i.llre.: hoe n. r.d.o.t..Ia.th* City Oommlaalnnnlanlon O.II urss. ,,,or. or I.... .I.e4 In aItl'h. mpla1n' will b. Toe'I NOTIFIED Pl.f
0r0I0I' id Ad.loo--".*. C..ult,r Pra.ld.nt.-Johnnie C. Sh... be.. fliutl .....h... "011. acid you sri Of 111. CIt tlr Stuart. B'lunide. will I token so co.r..d by jlOu, .lId the th.t' (' in' for Mvorc ha*
Wortlt ... t "JOaaoal.. Temple lit.Ird Thu... S p.m. General Mntlng r.'III..I.eI to corps 0 copy of pour hold I a :: hoaring ut thu ('It' and will nailer objection ther- caua. will thom prausdsl parts.Puch bA.r fled ...III.t' and you sos ftMretarr
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1' .
b.lijrd Lout Thur.. 5pm., Bualuna MMtlng Allowor or othus' written d.f.n. Room at the. City Hall t K Object!'in. to the propoaed sols an.w.r op oil,*r j>l lending munt r qul'0 to o.v. )011. of your Trade WindsCITY
51 *!- p.hulohe' ?.,, to earls C mplitlnt! uton Pbulntifri I In Stuart Florida, at H:00 o'clockP.M. of mid land should be aubmlttedLl'lf : b. filed with' the Clerk of thisCourt i n"wT1' or otl"' Pleadlnf' to the
=.bl.God ': ? ?. St. Lucle Inlet Yacht Cluk. attorney. T: C. Houk, P O MaO on 'tu.ody. Jun III' 194, at to the Chief h5tclt.unr: 1 T rustily. 01 and a copy thereof must b* Complaint' a,, th* Plaintiff Alto,. I
I...... ....... ,.. 100r lIoDltu. Co.n.tudsrs.-L. Hawk.nit Hit. dtuart, Florida. and file .Ia. which tlnlo )t tours IlIvlt.d to op.peorco I h. 'fifi"""' Inp.o..nl, Fund 5005 d uoon tile Plaintiff er Plain.1 nay. ELTON It 930

..,. &1... Lods" W7 Tb..... I ...... Yacht Ch original Anawer nr other wrltl.n 4 "a h..d us tu thu lro.prioly t ,".. 'l'ollolae.oo! P'lort- tiff sottaronys Uug-httrimn SOughter.on. Dnv.. Avenue. P. fHWARZ.. < Htu- '.
salted ...-vTook.. d"'foil.* to such (Camulalnt 'h. .114 04vlooblllt. nf 0I8klllll'lit. da, prior to the date rir.t abov P,' d prw; US. Btu- ,, ... aid file 101t*
1I000dar. Stuart Board *f Realtor* offlo of the U.rk of the Circuit Improvement of pavlnir or r*. mentlanea The 1'r....... resorts artlOt'Ide. An.w.r or other ple.dlnr o.lalno
I P.s. Shrine. Clubfrftl'Til'ff Prea d.nt.-R.niora Tilt,. Court HttiarL Florida. on or b.for paving ...Id 'nlnll' or hard-aurnarlnicthe th* right to decline to mnk. .ale of Thla Noll.., nf StIlt ahall b* pub. otric of the Clerk of th.I Circuit I
Stuart h' T u.... I ,..... Btuart Hatel. (Its \llth day nf Jut *,;, 1DI4IF above named atreeta. th* plan anv or all of ...hl land The sale Ifand Itahed In The Btuart Ne_ a newa- ('o..r on or before the lath day of
: : *':"'" Y"'kt club. .YOU FAIL TO DO 110. Judgment for u Mcli uric, file 'In the orrice when madu hall b* subject to paper publl.l.d In Btuart Martinountv un. 1004. I 1'01 fall t* da *o. COMMISSIONSTUART
Stuart Stamp Bsoi.iyPouslIoet.Thnmoo by .'.ull..1I1 be taken of lbs g anon.log bodv. th. ritr the TrU11"! ** N'""''Ing unto them.lv ( r'lorl"I*, .one* very weekfor i Pro ... will b* takenBjalnat
(..,,j r-ati-...-' Travaler Ut.O.4 Hom.."., ...ulnat. you for in. relief demand- I lerk at th* City Hall In tuuart.:: 144, of th. p1 I.to.f., hale, mln- four criae.,utlv* weka )01 for th. relIef demandad -
; 14 Mali $rd Mon. I ,.... Publl. Ubrary ""I I iS. Cn..ptolnt.: ) iriI.. oa Is (i.e r'.l tbcrm"f' 5. oral an,I meal. a, .>% ot the HONK: ASL: ORimKCn at Ktnart. In 'olplalnt.
tat ;' : p. .. 10F ihlC .INI' t.lLtt'CIOHI' : ) .t Ptsart; t,. the I',,euurnfputntm Pt .there petr.lelln th.....nn or thereunderirchamr Flurlda. Ibid 14th d.v of May. ll<41K1ROTHT PONB ORI'k.REO at
bud D.--. .1 t... c.ufaur.syi.t..tMrs Tourist Cluk. Martin l-uunty. Florida. this Ill fur and .. I.> tl *. amount thereof }'.. I. squired to pay for oriril.h PIFBCB. Florida IbIs llth day of May Su.r.
V.proo, lIonla IL Horned Iot"'d Mo*., I ,..., Tenth Ceatw day f>f Slav: 11)84nrmoTIIY to b. aaeaad an-lnat each property [. plfnCBOilUK : in linirovelTh For the InNtr intent nf e..n'.II.nc. \RTIM CoUNTY Clerk of th* 'circuit CourtA&sFtiZay
:;: of Iaowe Iter \ OF TUB CIRCUIT deeirlBllon of each property BT ORI.f;R of the T........ of FLORIDABy I *. PJkL 2md SJM 4tMONDAYS
ie-y'r aohor.. ... ('t'l.'HT to b* ......d and th* amount to the Internal I lttt vrnvement' .'...d of 1 Owen Henry. : .0
11' .... The byproducts of cotton include By. arolynn Zlemba b* .......d to ea,'h piece or parcel I tb* Slat 10' 'ln'ld.I l '
......" :! z.Il: (Circuit Coirt 1..1)) of property may b* aacertalned atth Anrta BUTAVT. 11..1111 coJ.P"Z.R'.r"Ot'OHTEH ::: n. *, sn&ss!

Oac1ANWTION.C1tP ingredients that go into cosmetics, T <'. 1lOt'lCAttornmy Offlo of th* City Clerk of the uovernor o. OUCIHTKR8ONin Attorney for Plaintiff. -
;.oRNMCNTAL for Plnlntlff City of Wi Atteat: WIn. A. Cmht.reun. 030 Denver Af.nu .ll
,co.arau: -.....,.. paints, soup linoleum exploaivei P. O Box'" 1W'inart. /./ 'Mo McCaART, W. H Kinn Chief Engineer P. 0 Drawer IS P. O. Box I0"l Public Arw j WelcotM
... Florida Tru.tee* I. I. Fund Stoert, FlorIdaPUbl Stuart. Florida
..eb-4'" 000. ... "Oft? I1I. and phonograph records. Pub,: May 14, fu 11 Jun C. lilt .(Pub.1 May "iL Sun* *, U'" Pub: May 14. II. is. June 4, Itll 1U7 Ii. ... lulls Co U. 1114Hnnt.1 Pub. May l| ll. s.Jun 4. ml i __5_____ I





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