The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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$2 1 0,000 for Pratt-Whitney Road .!

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e xk J' I, Ten Toss in Hats for Sheriff, County Hoard, J. I'- and Constable

I', Funds By $240,000 Gain Rush of Opposition Candidates Got

It In The Its found Mute Martin sccondan welt( ounlv with road$Commission V 4,000>funds( Under Wire Before Deadline Passed

budget this week, which represents -
an additional *.:40.000)( over

the amount l allocated In the previous ,. I
: >enrWith Harless Races Roy Baker
notification the money is i ;
available the commission met in I
speclul session Wednesday,, morning Candidate Is After
It..,' ".:,_:.. .......... '"-........ .. to allocate the funds to secondary I Negro

THE DEDICATION OF TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH on Sunday, March 15. was conductedby road projects in the county I

Bishop James W. Henley, center who was assisted i by Rev. Neil) M. Gunsalus, left pastor of the $210,000, and quickly for the decided construction! to spend of Job on County CommissionOpposition

church, and Rev. Paul Watts, a former pastor. Pratt & Whitney Road! from State r i I"d !
Road 76 to the south county line. ( developed thick and fait in Martin County before the
the )I noon deadline Tuesday when filing for county offices in the May 5
The additional money In r
Entails Rights-of-way Relinquishment secondary road fund budget it I primary came to an end.

available because of the ret mane- 1 lliggcsi! surprise probably came In the sheriffs race when Sam
ing of the county's old $2,200- llarlcsn! Siu.ul service station owner and former Stuart police chief,
Board Is (000) )( bonds i issue over a year ago. ----- filed to oppose incumbent Sheriff
County Studying Under the old financing, 100 Roy C. Baker

per cent of the gasoline tax money Miller to Build Opposition: also developed thick
was pledged for repayment until and fast in the County Commis.stoner
all bonds were paid off, with all r\\JNvI/ District 3 race (Hobe Sound-
Bridge Road Beach Offer surplus gasoline tat staying, in the ; New Bessey Span; Port Salerno) when three more
candidates I I filed Robert
# 1'hey were
fund.Under t the newly refinanced. c tLi Granted Permit A. Marchione, Hobe Sound
The recent trend of the Hobe Martin County Commission, a I length of the island about half bond i issue, the commission insist lee. contractor; Lewis B. Preston, Hobe
Sound Company to part with valuable "conditional gift" of 100 feet of way between the golf club links ed on having a set annual pay, Sound caretaker and Negro, and
Jupiter Island beach front ocean front property south of and and the junction of Beach Road ment with any excess money going SIIERIFI ROY C. BAKER is (IIU.IENGIR: SAM: IIAR. 1 he Itcsscv Creek bridge dispute Walter C. Owens, Hobe Sound,
property continued into lass week. adjacent to Bridge Road. and Gomez Road Devonshire into its secondary road fund running for his fourth term. LESS filed for sheriff Tuesduy. hiw come "full circle.I ,

The company offered, througha Two weeks ago, the company Lane, like Delespine Trail, is accessible :- budget s5+s. .... x ;l5Lgz.' :4. : ::tI7.iNINeighhors : Approval of a new concrete MMMMMaaMMaaa.CNItIrNM Nast s
written memorandum to the gave a 4,290-fronl-foot ocean-to- to Suite Road 707. Beach The county had expected under i bridge over the" creek just south CANDIDATES, GET
river tract on the north end of the front property on the Lane is listed the refinancing that it would realize You dm Give( to Banks of the site of the burned I wooden II PICTURES: TO US
island to the! Audubon Society on as owned by Robert M. Harris about $50,000()( more, but in bridge hat been given by the Army
News on Folks From Th a conditional basis. of Fort Pierce and Lois S. the first year the amount actuallycame and Friends Donating r'i Corps of Engineers to County Ihe Stuart News would like
The commissioners got the memorandum McGraw.The to $240,000.::! ) Commissioner Edward Miller. to have pictures of all the can
offering the land while ocean end of Devonshire The commission also voted to Needed Blood for Icart Surgery Miller said bids will be taken didates. Please bring yours to
RamblingReporter lunching at the Jupiter Island Lane is also the site of a $174,000 I use a total of $90XM() ( to resurface at noon as possible on the, new us-or drop by and we will take
Beach Club last Thursday. beach anti-erosion experiment, for and maintain the following "It 1{ ye have blood prepare to give it now," William Shakespeare .- I span. Miller will use his own money your photo.
The gift apparently came as which the contractor is Dicker- roads. Bridge Road Hobo Sound, might have said, had he been living In Martin County I to construct the span, which is Isaearl.rsaararharsetalnssa ...... t
such a surprise that the commissioners son, I Inc., of Stuart. from Stale !Road (U.S.1)) to A1A I ; this week. For the county Blood Bank will hold I drive at Stuart I expected) to cost about $15,000()( ( who filed as a Repnblican candi
St. Lucie Road in I Port Salerno
were left Virtually speech- The two road rights-of-way", are Woman's Club from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 19. He reported that the structure will date They already have opposition
from Male Road 5 to AIA Commercial
I, BELL ASKS SLOWDOWNON ment leUrAT officially at least on they the did offer.not Thqv com I the accy only>Mhio remaining the beach on public-owned the island Street (Stale Road;707/ ) We were ad set to make a special/ appeal l for ,fh! wile of H j.1 be lung: two and'fcHirteen/cct lens, abmif abov ninety* fee riin Jack from SaumteMOn incumbent arid, Commissioner Mwt, ,
'/ STREET: ADDRESSES are expected to study it in detail I south tf? Bridge Road.Grand from the Florida East Court. Rail.I well-known volunteer worker In many ,JjIMrrfounty events, i w I low watery, 'm :]&/ Arthur; Hobe "Sound, rcid B *Mao x..<. <
road tracks to temporary XIA; i is due urge/g\iO A Miami hospital } I
who to undergo open-heart "I ant; most. oaprur that Rise
; Fred Bell has The conditions of the
gift areas
I, County Engirt n Slate Road 707A from the east month. On however 'we were happy to J has approved. \!js\ structure.
asked The News to help follows: l of Jensen Bridge to AIA. next Corps Whether Owen will remain a
Not span friends and neighbor\\01 already promised to donate It will mean that l\Caq and
that open
slow up'applications for street "1. A contiguous i sloping seawall Jury The commission set aside the learn candidate/ was questioned when a
\ addresses in county areas affected be constructed. (This\ would remaining $204,000 for preliminary the twenty-four pint lo be needed by hit wife; develop mibilivisioni In0111'\ area. check of the record at the officeOf

1\I by changes in rural route mailbox ) cost the county at least $125 a Concerned With planning, surveying, and right- In tho face of this gSiure, couldn't the rat of us make a Lack of the bridge has of'(byen the hold the registrar, Mr. Zola lakes- j

numbers. His staff is so small, foot.) of-way acquisition for the following special effort to make Thursday's drive one of be biggest and for ing up long development lime," Miller said.area lee, showed that hit name could
Bell, that it will take months a not be found a* a registered voter
says "2. That no further building, or projects: Acquisition of right- best In a long time? This ipan--clona to the old site in Martin
to deal with applications already Political IssuesJames for State Road 714 (Mar County
of-way +
received. There Is no deadline set except an open -will he fourth to be built since W, F. Underhill Jr., Port Ma.
tin Grade); preliminary planning
shelter, a foot bath benches .
the fracas
for notifying, correspondents of the and right-of-way for Salerno- .j pus rancher made it a two-wav
be made. This will be deed
I new box numbers, so take your ed may restriction. No advertisementof a I H. Reardon Jr., foremanof Ocean Bridge; Fox Brown Road limners Were Brokers i ace when he filed to oppose Timer
time, folks. will be t the current Martin County from State Road 710 to State Powers, Indlantown Gas Com-
'Ct this any park type land. permitted on I grand jury, stated Tuesday after Road 714; East Ocean Boulevard; Will pany manager, for commissioner,
noon: from State RoadS District ,. Incumbent Commissioner
LANIER SUGGESTS A ."3. A parking lot must be built "The grand jury Is In no way Indian Avenue Citrus Land Jack Williamson Is
to State Road 76; North St. Lu $416,724 a candidate -
CROSS-OVER LIGHT With'Demo'Executive
and maintained the Meet
properly by
concerned with any political activ cie Canal Road from State Road for state senator opposing
William Lanier of the Martin c county.: The parking lot and land. ity in connection with any of the 76A to 710, extension of West the Incumbent, Senator Irlo Bran
County school bus system calledto scape plans must be designed by current issues involving the local Farm Road to State Road 441. Unit son.
say that they tried letting off Richard Webel. The expense of candidates for re-election. The commission also pasted a Sale Made in County Joseph S. Oreenlees, a candidate -
the kids around the corner near both the design and landscapingwill Reardon did not expand upon for school board member from
Badcock'i on Colorado Avenue last be borne by the Hobe Sound the statement but it was believedto (Continued on Pale 2-A) A meeting to fill Democratic Stuart area District 2, will haveno

year-"but it didn't work out." Company, refer to a statement by County Committee precinct leader vacancies opposition In the Democratic
The school bus parked on Colorado "4. The Board of the Hobe I Commissioner Edward Miller some Closing of a large citrus land I I ners. In I order to Irrigate for groves will he held at 7:30: p.m., on primary, but this fall he will have
is "at least some protectionto Sound Company must vote affirm- weeks ago to the effect that grand Dickinson Park sale involving 926.52 acres to the and gain access at the corner by Wednesday March 18 in the Coun. to face Mrs. Donna V Rowell I
those kids who must cross the atively to make this gift to the jury investigation of the Bessey Updike Partnership, Inc., was announced i, automobile, trucks, cranes, etc,of il ty Commission, chambers at the who filed Tuesday a* a Republican -
street," he said. .His suggestion is county. Creek bridge burning was being by Bruner'a House of I was necessary to trade a strip courthouse, according to Edward candidate,
Be Center
Will land from of the other owner
that a cross-over light stopping ill "S. The county must: relinquishto side-tracked "because of politics Real Estate, Stuart, in which Carl one the T. Murray chairman of the Democratic A three-way race has developed
traffic until children have negotiated the Town of Jupiter Island the in an election year." abutting common corner. Executive Committee of for Ihe office of District: 2 |Ii'.
the street may be the answer. Dclespine Trail and Devonshire Miller was subpoenaed before Of Civil I DefenseCommander f and Myrna Bruner are partners. 2lhf96cn"jl closed was sil March Aug.11, Martin County, lice of the peace. Filed are HarVey .
The Stuurt News last week Lane rights-of-way." the : Monday night The purchase: price was $416,724. ; The executive session will take Plley, Incumbent, John Wellington .
suggested that a patrolman be sta.tioned The last condition undoubtedlywill nrithjerH? Roy C. Baker I The! Updikes already own ap- 1964. about one hour and will be fol.lowed service station employe,
there when buses load or be studied closely by the com and Deputy Tom Wyatt. State Fire John B. Buchanan proximately 1,500 acre which: at X:W p.m. with an appear- and Kenneth Stimmell operatorof
unload, or that the buses go aroundthe mission. Marshal S. L. Steven was "on director of the South Florida 'Sullivan' Dog ance of all 1 Democratic: candidates Stuart Services and former Stuart
corner. Delespine Trail is a fiftyfoolcountyowned call" and a taped copy of the Area of Civil Defense, announced I they have planted i n t o citrus Top for county offices. The candidates mayor.Two .
b right-of-way crossing !! Feb. I 11 I County Commission meet at 11:30: a.m. Wednesday that groves in Martin County The At Martin FairMariunn'Hendry will meet with commiltemtn and candidate will 1 oppose each
the entire length of the i island' ing minutes was reported requested the State of Florida is now pre acreage: just purchased will also hc Introduced to those present, other for constable 2.
TO SrARf PUMP in the heart of the community. It I' by the jury. pared to award an engineering : he planted to groves, which is a nine-year-old Murray said.Amateur. They are Tom Wethington and
lies adjacent to the communitychurch : Reardon stated that the grand contract for design of an emergency t hinder indication i that Martin i daughterit Mr and Mrs. John Incumbent Constable Ralph Ward
One motorist found this weekend > and crosses the golf club jury would consider any facts operations center to be located ( ounly Is fast becoming, knownas Ilcndry/Jensen Beach, is owner I Three candidates are in the race
he'll have to have more than links. It is accessible to the beach properly brought before it by the in Jonathan Dickinson: Stale one of the largest, citrus growing of (the two-year-old collie dog Radio for District 4 constable They are
75 Cents if he expects to get gaso via Stale Road 707 which goes the Assistant State's Attorney Philip Park counties in the Indian River which won the "Best! of Show"prize Club Is David W Gale, superintendent of,
line. The motorist, a local man, length of the island. Beach front Nourse.! This center will serve as the in the dog show at the Martin MeetingMartin water and:s sewers for the Indian I
to The Stuart News that whose for all areaThe land lies In the western part Fair Saturday, March
reported residents property adjoinsthe nerve center C.D. operations County County Amateur Radio town Company, James F. Hifrby,
he found himself out of gas his Trail right-of-way are Florence in the South Florida Area, nt Martin County and adjoins 14. Indlantown./ former Pratt & Whit
CHAMBER ELECTION: AT Club will 8 Thursday
wallet at home and only 75 centsin W. Cooke, with a Woodbury which consists of the south fifteen Smilcy's Dairy and the Howard 1 he winner Is a sable ind white meet at p.m. ney plant guard, and Frank Snipes,
March 19 the
COMMUNITY clubhouse
his pocket. He said that the Road:Woodbury, Long Island N. CEN'IkRElection counties of the stale. (.rove district, on thIS northern collie whose pedigree name to Hall: at an employe of Big Chief Construction
which .
I In the caretaker'
kind hearted gas station owner Y. address, and Kimball Salisbury of officers /6AJ96465 The center will also serve as an border of the St. Lucie Canal. mark's Brig Jon. He. is called i "Sul cottage at. Company
told him: "Sorry but I won't even with a :208:! LaSalle Street, will highlight the general"meet alternate stale-wide emergency 1 he contract was a difficult one livan" by the family. Joseph Drive. Academy on IndianRiver Other offices in the county up
start the pump for that much. Chicago, III., address. ing of Jensen Beach Area Chamber center in the event of nuclear at- ,in close as the property consisted Breeder of "Sullivan" Is Mrs. There will he movie from the for election taw no changes at
(Continued on Page 2-A) Devonshire Lane ii a twenty. of Commerce to be held at tack or national emergency.: Commander -' ,il' (wo ownerships and had to be Margaret Binder of Hallmark Collies Bell a thesatellite the end of filing.In .
five-foot county-owned road right-1 I the community center on Mon. Buchanan says that work i dosed simultaneously. The larger Jensen Beach.: The dog was Telephone balloon Company"Echo. on the District I county com-
of-way. It also crosses the entire I day, March 23 at 8 p.m. on the center ia expected: to begin, tract was owned by D. O. Limes, one of many entries from a* far in ham radio I.I Anyoneinterested invited. (Continued on Page 2-A)
Tale Twisting I II very soon." ,md wife, and only joined at cor away as Palm Beach.

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I By JACK JAMES I Mrs. Hussey Resigns as PresidentOf -"

THIS KLYI\O CO.BOY""" Loaded Gun Found in Jail; Vnpleasant-But Factual'Says

Uncle Dave Says that he.can Republican Women's Club Here

remember when the cop on the Owens Booklet"Certainly
beat carried a ,gun just in case he on
had to apprehend an unruly crook, Mrs. John W. Hussey resigned, :. live Committee" Tom Fairfield Preston Davidson Arrested

with the change of the: times as president of the Republican Brown. not to be considered pleasant, but very factual

he carries one Women's Club of Martin County was State Representative William E. Owens comment Wednesdayon

today to protect Tuesday. She made the following Lot W..k'. W.elh.r I A visitor at the county jail Sunday the kidnapping of a Negro boy'''turned' up a loaded 32.20 hidden the Florida State Investigation Committee' report, "Homo.
himself from the statement to the executive board: ramp'turo tliah Low l'aIDt.'n may have saved the lives of >rom Booker Park IndIan town" {I under a bench. sexuality and Citizenship in Florida."
general public )brie If .. II 14 AU' several when he nut was freed on a technicality. Baker reported that the gun was committee which
persons saw investigating,
main reason resigning, Owen I le member of the
which it inclined i "My I I..h II N II .01I condition and could have a
Ibut to apprehend is that I intend to undertake certain M.n,,h \ as sa ,oU gun in the pocket of another visitor The bystander, who asked not in poor produced the strongly criticized fifty-lwo-page booklet alleged
I. March as ell the He immediately to be identified, reported to Jailer been dangerous both to the person
) entering jail.
him in order to activities which are in conflict sl.rrh u :: a4 Jg :frMrrh alerted Wright/ that he had seela man being aimed at and the person to contain lewd picture and a dictionary of pornography.
with the dictated policy of our IS .. .3 IT WMrrrh I Jailer Elmer Wright.
let the criminal
Jf he I State Federation of Republican 11 U U ..11 I Charged, under a 1963 law prohibiting inter the jail with a gun, In his holding it. "The report represent reality, and must not be Ignored.
firearms go. uses I Women's Clubs. Anneals t.mpeature for ...k: Ian the smuggling of weapons' pocket. Wright summoned aid i Baker said Davidson had asked We must grow up and face these things Owen added.

out his sworn duty, he to may carry be 1| "Contrary to that policy I Intend I TIDEa A'P I drinks, or other items into jail, is through the radio dispatcher. r to see Robert C. Looman, who The complete report he concluded: bad come before the
Nstae raw wale Sheriff Roy Baker, Constable, it being, held on a grand larceny
the river support, as strongly as I n'tMrCl. f Preston Davidson,, twenty-nine, of and it wit at that time that
for I to
sent up not lettinghimself rM. A.at. P.MMu ; Holt, I Baker noted that other committee: some three week ago
lohn Deputy James Holt charge.
i become a dead' hero. Wish i know how, the slate of delegates It .11.0 p... a on 1.11MuP Tampa. He ia; being held under all information indicated the was the decision was made to print it in booklet form for distribution
to .la ss Pas 7'flMrr. $10,000 bond.DavidlOl1 and Wright entered the cell gun
things were so that the law officers to the National Republican Convention : : al : : sea nl e'ay a anM.r. freed in Mock with gun drawn. The sixprisoner intended for Joel J. Darby, who to all member of the State Legislature school administrators -
could less beaded by U. S. Representative . .4 was recently r
spend time chasing William C. Cramer Muce 3e5: ':It 1mf4 11.1 Martin Circuit Court on a charge in the block: were Marchid : i I. being held for a hearing on a school board and teachers..ditnureauofCirculQtions .
as '
criminals and old I 1"\\
more helping U
: f4 : Inns found their Gideon plea. Darby has been serving
Mrr. : of false imprisonment and kidnap- but no gun was on I
ladies and me across street (See opposed to that slate sponsored by Ka,. U SOS 5:35: 1&:41: alas: term in Raiford for robbery.
A search of the a
you in church.) the chairman of the State Execu ....n. Ft U4 lit* k.v. '** Ml l. ping. H. had been charged with person room


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2.V TIlE STUART (Flu t NEWS Lucky Star Skiff Was Disabled

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MORE ABOUT 'Flip Flop' Flipped Out Two 3 r r

..., RamblingContinued Wives; Hubbies Got 'Em Back", r ,.

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''''' '!W.r-: : The boat "Flip Flop; owned ''er Piuls; wife overboard while attempting [ the safe Peck lake inlet;'

I to come in Si I. Inlet Deputy Sheriff !Staler irene invcstigaicd -
\\ fellows, were jet and operated l by Donald Hcrsmi, ucic 1
ill huflu rich : t h e near-Ir ya4yfl! I L'
gonna pit i| Port Salerno, lived up in in name "
I the Hersmnn brothers hoarded the Howdoc; Captain
< transferred -
Saturday. afternoon\ when it flip- four children-DurlcneOinny i I W. S. Biird e, and they got a line
pcd Hcrsmun a wife and his hrolh ..
PEACE. JUS1KF 'to the
Rubin and Polly-u the Hcrtmun boat, lowing II i a t"
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WARNS: ON PVSSIV: ; sea skiff "I.inky Slur:' owned by i Manatee Pocket.

SCHOOL! BUSES PANCAKE SUPPER Doliby Crane and operated by I

Please he careful when r"sin,1 HELPS: IM: BANK Henry Crane then went buck and 1 1l'ull".1 !MORE: AROUIl :i: jfO\

.. iehnol buses! This plea will issued, out their wives i Ham and
J. D dray' i II cooking: his famous Frances ........
this week by Justice of the Peace pancakes on Suturdayevening Allot $$210,000For ,, ._
M,. hllvehl.n al.it: The "Flip Mop had been circling for : 511MMtI.L: nl'"l
irvcy PI ley. Four moloriMi March I the Odd Fit outside the breakers the CHRIST UN KALE Jensen 01MI CALF: : is running KtNNE1"
brought before IMcin the lows Hall in Stuart Puling time reel until the "I ucky Slar on showed Paving Job hog JVtK for StUNDFRSON reelection lo the is run Di- Beach, has filed i l for county constable at Indiantcwn 2 of peace 1/1 n,
'fast t lew day chirged 1 I is front 4:30: ,m, until everybody trice
pus p I I.
_ : : 1il" loading : '' up and it tried l to follow thelarger irici' County Commisson post commissioner in District
school U
hUH while full,
MIX a was the lodge announced the boat in,
when it broached ___
ind unloading II i a dungcr/ pancak upper m tponsored by 'I I he "I ucky Sl.ir' was disabled P-W Short-cut ---- -
:,.,0111 and unnecessary privlicePi :.. the IOOI for the benefit of the when its rudder
into the
lev says.. World. Fye (Hank reef and then knifed up through Thousands Turned Out to See 55 Sailing
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( SEYMOUR'S INN j jI I lo hoot:he yard towed where into it George was hauled('ar8/II1'\0111 for resolution construction designating and certain maintenance roads Here

for repairs under the Slate Road Department Craft in 11 Classes Compete Sunday
i Just a miracle no one was Primary Road Funds These pro)
- The Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks | drowned," commented Dorminey ecu are suggested Male projects) -
McPhcrson, veteran Port Salerno : with all the furnished hv Mason, who are all members of ment controlled the hundreds t i
- money trials In New Jerscy
i s= commercial fisherman, He also the Male* Several thousand residents and ,i Olympic Garnet I Bucks Harbor. Yacht Club I In I cars on the causeway and the I lS.
added thai "it was a terrible v,,sitort turned out Sunday lo sec thit summer Will Dutchman Coastguard Auxiliary I
1 thing., The commission suggested the Maine inaniu I
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY l| first place in the Flying
to allow the engineers to close following primary road projects /lifty five sailing trail in cleundifferent I class by Pat Duane of Delray I Martin County Sheriff Depart the official patrol boat.GOURMET .
classes face lo
1 |j .- -- Construct Glades Cutoff! Koa I thirty-five miles an hour gusts in up the I lieach In third place, behind Lukat .
from the Si I.ucie County line lo
1 3 PIECE OR(1I1'SIRSAltJRD.V NIGHTS _i Slate Road 710: paving Stale Road annual regalia on the Indian Kix I t, was Larry Hodges of Fort I
Red Cross ,
5 2 BLOCKS MRIII JENSEN: BKACII CAUSEWAY | 1 Raises 714 from Allaputtah Road westward er sponsored by the Jensen Beach Pierce
I Area Chamber" of Commerce and I ,In the Windmill class, Frank

;: IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' /,-' - .--IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI.-- 1'. .. -. ..'/-/ 1 ? I 46 Per Cent of Road 710 lo ,its construction junction with of exicn Slate the Fort Intra-coustil I Pierce Sailing Club of Saucr first of; West Charles Palm Ash Beach of finished Fort

!IIII.w.lp" non of Slate Road 7 from Palm Winners In the various classes Pierce. second, and Chuck Minis,
Bench County to Slate Road 76 I
Its 1964 Quota were: Shark, Neh Ryull Wahas Fort Pierce third.
Pratt &
( Whitney Road) con.
; I Pierce madea
so; Shearwater 26*, J. J Mac Fort competitors
ONf.Y AT siruclion pf a new bridge and kay, Cocoa Beach; Tiger Cat Ken clean sweep of the Pelican class,
? Mrs Hug h Willoughhy and Ray draws an to the westerly exlcntion Starr:ill, Fort Pierce; Multihull with Steve Rosslow first; Jack

N Friel, Red Cross cochairmenIn South of Fork Slate of Road the SI.714 Lucie across River the Paul Lindenburg, West Palm I Bridges. second, and Randy Bond,

I the 1964 drive, reported Tuct- lo a junction with Stale Road 76; Beach; Diy Sailor Donald Newman third
Chamber chair
Worth Suicide. Frank Forsberg
Lake Clyde
POOR II I day that 46 per cent of the SI II.O Hl)I four-lane Stale Road 710); from (oulanl Stuart: small; tail area mm: and Calvin Ower, commodore ,

( quota has been achieved. new north bridge over SI. I.ucie Canal Svlvid\ Ciansrone, West Film I of Intra-coastal presented the "
lo Booker
Park Road Indiantown -
They pointed to current R. d Reach. and large tail area Pete trophies including one to the 1
: / Cross disaster relief activities, In Holmes take Park judges committee, Vice Commodore
flooded sections of Ohio ken- The commission for listed the following /Hans I ukat, Jensen Beach aspirant Robert Thurston. Past Com-
lucky and Indiana at evidence of I project primary mum- for participation! in the modore J B Walters, and Fred
lo nance: Resurfacing AIA I from --
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Red Cross
BOB when
pn-/ 1 Sluart bridges to Stain Road 707I
will predictable strike I n Jensen Beach (Sewallt Point ,
Port Salerno
Holiday Trailer
Park and Bahama Terrace have Road), resurfacing East Ocean Records Broken When BUFFET
Boulevard from Stuart Junior High
completed their drives School to east limits of Stu- UNDAY..S TO S P.M.Esc
Because of a (shortage of solicitors .
be able to find it it impossiblefor volunteers art; resurfacing Slate Road 707A ,
you to call upon every residentof from the east span of the Jensen! 15,000 Attended FairAn nandeu4 au.Tale asfrg
Beach Bridge to A IA on the ocean; ,
Martin County Many donors m. kMMM,B.....at
widen and resurface State Road'
: are tending checks directly to the 70$ from HOvariUOM ATlaatft 74400wt@ofeMMo&Caw
Slate !Rood S
such an assortmentof Red Cross Chapter, 9 East Fifth mately five miles west, al'proxi-I estimated IS000( persons, forced attendance up from 6.2
Street, Stuart, which I five
cent for the first dayt
promptly per
I Hump Back /Hridge and road on the largest numher in its history
acknowledge them ___ i Slate Road 714; widen Slate Road attended the fifth annual Martin to the final IS per cent over last i

1714 from U, S, 1 to Monterey: i I County Fair last week. year.
Johnson said that the qualityof
Road; construct a median strip The crowd estimate was made the exhibits this was considerably d: @
ITALIAN in front
this week by 'ounly Agricultural
better than in previousveal's ; (riea7&tub0. < ) \
Office ((600() feet): widen AIA I for Agent L M. Johnson who said and helped to boost interest
I three blocks, eighty feet wide, in
this years fair was also the best the fair
and KOSHER the business. section of Port Salerno all-around fair ever held in Mar in "The exhibits were larger and P. S. I. trtwMt Stout mt fort lone

... tRWr tin County. more interesting. There was more
Waew.rx4 HRNDhlvr.11O11ELIIE Fair officials reported there was effort and thought put into them
Qc RFITZ 1'9 a 15 per cent increase in the gate; than in previous yean, All thecommercial ifiJ ar Box Office Opens 6:30:

V I,, : ENGINES and an U per cent increase on : exhibiloq.1 I I talked with. "I iii.... RmtUM.:Ti....7:00
Herman1Reiiz Tackio I the midway where the Dcggellcr! expressed their satisfaction at t theresults iii. I
of Stuart Continuous from 1:15, Sal, Sun,
A Marine Inc,, has announcedthat Amusement Company provided they received, Johnson I ___ '_ II
r.u the firm hat acquired the attractions said
: auwart:
dealership for Homelite four-cycle The largest t crowd attended the Johnson indicated there has been Last Time Today
fifty-five horsepower outboard, fair on Saturday night The crowd considerable interest shown forI
The firm first displayed I the Saturday night was to big thai it I space next year by the_exhibitors. "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK"Thursday.

FOR SANDWICHES OrBULK SERVICE new engines at the recent Martin I
County Fair Oat and oil emit MORE ABOUICandidates : Florida House of - -

': TAKEOUTJust U.s. Hwy 1 and Pulm City Rd. are reportedly cut in half by the Candidates for RepreLentative.\\ Friday, Saturday I
automotive'" l type' outboard Rush i, primary find themselves on May ssrwI

..: Arrived j Polish SpecialsAny
AROUND TIlE WORLDIN primary will decide the Demo I

: KOSHER SMOKED Car cared EIGHTY DAYS To Beat DeadlineContinued cratic nomination for county
970 judge, District :3 county commissioner
And Polished Tickets are now on sale at Mar. : District 2 justice of the
TURKEY SAUSAGE tin County High School for the ( from Page 1 1-A) peace, and District 4 constable
Any comedy "Around the World in ,
Compact .. 679 Eighty Days to be presented in missioner race, Incumbent Commission Tires
: the school auditorium on Friday<
and Saturday evenings, April 3 it opposed by Christian Kalb of Deflated by Picks Sunday through Wednesday
: COCKTAIL FRANK'S AM. litDAYS Jensen Beach.
OPEN 12 P.M: and 4.VISIT.
- I101I.Fl) HAM CAPACOLA 7 A WEEK The race to fill the office of the Wielded by BoysTwo I II

: PFFPFRtDBEFFSMOKFD GENOA SAI.AMIGFRMVN AT SAI.FRNO county judge being vacated by Little Dixie residents -
- : TONCUF SALAMI -AT 7-0077- Judge Evans Crary Jr., are CountyAttorney young
: I Mr, and Mrs Armin kohlhepp of Dean Tooker, Attorney have, no doubt decided by
Free Pick tan Claire Wit., are house guests Elton: Schwarz, and Attorney Mai- now that ill a wonderful thing
: UVJRWURSTKFJIBACI HAM SALAD UpA I, of Mrs, Adolph Regll Kohlhcpp lary Johnson to be able to pick and choose but

... CORN BUll SALAD nd Delivery it Mrs, Regh brother After vis. lit still three candidates for that the next time they have a pick,

: KNOCKWURST CHICKEN SALAD lung here they will upend sometime the office of supervisor of registration they'll. choose to do somethingelse
8 a.m. until 11 p.m. Mrs. Isabel Evans will oppose ; '
: PEPPERONI Roscngrcn in Riviera Beach Mrs John W, Keller for the post It all started Saturday night, JSOMMER'

... 1FAUAN SAUSAGE DUTCH Lain I Rosengrcn!:' it another sister.:.. In the Democratic I primary, The when the boys twelve and ten
WOOD SAUSAGE winner will have opposition this yean old somehow acquired an -, JEDllRD A D LBOBI1130!
: fall from Republican candidate ice pick. Next morning. Stuart ,titft L
- Mrs. Gladys Almegord Police Department was overwhelmed -
FRANCES< IANGFCPD'5Special ) with 'prtne calls reporting sev.
Eight candidates for office were enteen cases of tires having been
: POOR BOB'S IS TIlE ONLY BAR IN I jubilant when the filing deadline punctured overnight in Little Dixie
came lo an end and they found
FLORIDA WITH 3 IMPORTED GfR themselves without opposition( or" Investigation Bray and Leroy by Patrolmen Washingtonled Albert tuart Five-in Box Office Opens 6:30

. OOfRtG in counhouse lingo, "got in free to the ice pick wielders being FEATURE TIME 7:00
BEERS ON TAP. RESTAURANT The unopposed candidates are: picked i up and admitting i theirmisdemeanors.
/ Thomas -
L. Crook, superintendent On the advice of -

of Martin County schools, Alvin juvenile authorities, the young Friday, Saturday, Sunday
(Andy) Andrews. tax collector;
tier were turned over lo the custody
Mrt Dorothy 'Pierce, county of their parents.Mr JUNGLE SAFARI
clerk I Clyde Counon. tax asses.
EASTER DAY DINNERS tor: Frank DeStefino. District 4 TA ?lARll
and Mrs Charles Swidcr, t
(Palm City school hoard member; 1 TREMENDOUS
Mich. have been
PIziArPIE Detroit recent
SUNDAY, MARCH 29 2 PM to. 8 P\I. William A Oughtcrson.'. county 1 guests of Mr and Mn John An- S EVENT FOR PEOPLE f MJ ,
prosecutor; W C Caveny District I
Lake Park
4 justice of the peaceand Henry I loch
POLYNESIAN PLATTER $2,95 C. Beckman Jr, member of the Doerton Aoestl
Florida Inland Board of water is required
'7 50 Varieties 9 and 15 Inch I Chicken Chow Stein with fried nee, mushrooms, water chestnuts In one other Navigation race. Representa : to finish the woolen cloth |I

bean sprouts, bamboo ,shoots" Chinese noodles and tive William E Owens it unopposcd needed for a three-piece suit of .. ; 'kN

appetirert, Hawaiian Spareribs and Chinese Shrimp, for a second term in the clothes. J I IJO" --.. wCiINMN,.
w.or au wtp ate .ow.No
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Dressing, whipped 'potatoes, tiny green peas chef -- -

_ 5oBy> or Call ; salad! (choice of dressing), dessert and beverage YDENI.ANN TLSoe opee '

PRIME RIDS OF JEEF $ .25 Our......DID".. ",,,.-1teO".tr_....a.-..pFM. Ft

: Vegetables Chcfi salad, dessert and beverage ese FN eaur eNM Ft'" aaut'fe
"I'1"YATI0'' I

Reservations Advisable
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Telephone Stuart ATlantic 7-KHO( IttI&GNI I NTTIM

Inset. II IIIIfIl t 11 sat<< w 1IIo06IJIII1f warn ,/ Ili a,
IENSEN BEACH, FLA. AT 7.9820 Where The Stars Meet' ::.=. k ::- MM MB I au sr teat .
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At the Tradewinds t TUT STtURT" ) (TlorWa VFW March i9,
: on Monday .. ..! Tlwrwluy! .. ..W4 1RHhMLY -.\

k NEWS. .4 150 Attended Florida Congress I

i Of PT District 11 Meet Here':

\pl> \'\unutely/ 1 IM I) p a r e nt' cern" He dins) thai education Doing" I
teachers and school officials attended of our children .is not dependent I Mrs. Frank Mus, chairman ot
the tvicni>-fourth annual !solely upon I h.ch.I but primarily the PI A maga/me. urged everyone :
Conference of District I II I of the on the lamih the family to read the PI rA publications
>S x Florida Congress of f Parents and is a major source ot education and for further information and knowledge -
Teachers at the Tradeumds Restaurant behavior determination/ the family of PTA doings.
Monday ii the source ol 1 the basic personality Three honorary life memberships -
I District II consists of InJumRiver traits before the child gelsto were presented U> Vero
Marlin Okeechohce. Palm school There I is no substitutefor Beach residents I 10 r outstanding/.
Bench and St. Lucie counties and the mdiMdii.il! love and attention work for the children in the community -
this car Martin County was host that the tamely gives to a .
child Other gr.ups'and
Fables decorated with i agencies 1 he
I were contributing lo the education of the meeting lutjonrnj) with an
pompons and fern arrangements invitation from St I luclc County
child he said are the church the
and the center table for the life Council to be host tor the I9M! yr i
members was decorated with orchids community the mass medianewspapers Conference. s
'I TV. radio, and the
a PY and outline maps of the millions (to which a child belongs organ-, --" -.-- ] : mlsallei! officers ol the St Joseph, (juild err left to right, Mr Henry Spencer, out.
State of Florida such as Boy Scouth, 4-11 Clubs American mos". theaters sell eomg president Mrs Edward KinsclU, president Mrs i ,>lm Booth, vice president Mrs Frank Chi-
I Call to order was given hv Vice and the public libraries about 6CH).OOU.tXXi ." missions each otto, secretary; Mrs Alex Raphcl, treasurer the installation was held al a luncheon u he Outrigger
a President Mrs Duvall, week.
+ followed by a processional Maynard of all There are six keys of quality --- n_.__ __ Restaurant
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PTA presidents, Pledge of allegiance :- education (Qualil\ education is II;! ---
that which lets every child achieve
was by Mrs. Norma
I Stone, Port Salerno Safety Patrol his potential)
F 1. leader. Mrs. G 1 I.. Barn r.I, first I I.1 Purpose lteIhe education STORE
vice president F.CI P.T? gave the I program to provide quality education '
meditation and! re-dedication with / the un.lcrl)1I111 purpo.se of
all the PTA presidents lighting the schools must. be lo meet the
candles to symboli/c bringing the needs of Ihe individual pupil and
light of PTA service to all com develop these MANAG
v munities. :2!. Program ot !school: expansion -
Mrs Vicky Prosk. president of of curriculum: teaching of OPEN 1) VILY
kcal 'Martin-Okcechobec County Council knowledge and application/ of this
brought!; greetings to the assemblage knowledge. 800.530: :

ference theme and referred"Within to Us the Is con-the ,! 3. Quality teacher of can teachers make. an an ordinary excellent -- 8K:( ) 8:00: () FRI. S A L: E

w. Power" when she slated that within school outstanding 'It is the
P us is the power to make a better enthusiasm which a teacher bringsto
PTA by showing more interest in his work that i is contagious to
the work of the PTA and all as- the pupil Iran MONEY DOWN
sisting with that work 4. Methods and materials: up-
Thomas Crook, superintendent to-diite materials are important/ to
.. ., of Martin County Schools, gave the develop pupil's ability I
'" welcome address and stud he appreciated 5. Financial key: schools should MU PAYMENTS UNTIL MAY
MISS JVM.usr all the fine work the he supported I by the citi/ens to
PTA's have done for their schools inure quality education
Mrs N. S. Rubin presidentelectof 6. Community concern: here'i
Jane West Is Engaged to Wed F.C.P,T. spoke on "How PTA where PTA's can help with various OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTKS
Meets the Needs of hildren, With services and also see that -
James Anthony III in July the Power Within Us. She explained proper school officials are elected.:
how workshops summer Parents can help with support GENERAL ELECTRIC
institute/ projects, conventions and Mrs. Lcta Chesborough. director GENERAL ; ELECTRIC
Mr. and Mrs William W. West. his bachelor of science in business tully groups all help PTA work ol District 8 Business and Pro-
Eau Gallic announce the engagement administration from the University and the members can learn how to fcssionul Women's Club spoke TELEVISION CLEARANCE
of their daughter. Jane to ot Florida where he was a memberof create a place in which your family on Drop Outs" She told how important -
James C. Anthony 111 son of Mr. Phi Epsilon social fraternity loves to live-the home. it i is to continue !school for WAN
and Mrs. James C. Anthony Jr. Sigma: At 11:10: the conference adjourn reasons of better business oppor-
of Stuart. For two years he served ed for a coffee break alter which umlies and higher wages She
Miss West is a graduate of Miami in the Navy and is now an assistant the members were divided, into urged parents to co-operate with P&todW TV WH
Senior High School and received cashier at First National Bank of seven groups, headed by Olive schools in seeing that children
her bachelor, of science in Stuart. Barnard Frank Sloane, J.nut Pate, remain in their classes and con-
education from Florida Southern the wedding will take place in Elsie Bubunk, Alice Mvcrs, 1.ibhy time attending school as long as
Duvall and Pin me Oliver Inch possible-
where she memberof July.
College was a
Alpha Gamma Delta social so group studied individual PTA problems Mrs W. B Pate secretary, "f EMONE'l
rority. She presently teaching at Guests of Mr. and Mrs Roland F.C.PT. also spoke on The Power O
Jensen Beach Elementary School Merrell Mapp Road are Mr and Prank Sloane, second vice president i. Within Us to Help" With the ir-
Anthony is a graduate of Martin Mrs. Robert Kilgore of Greens- of F.C.P.T? spoke on "Quality Best of Our Ability T'.Z'' Keep Up the K J
School and received berg, Pa t Education I a Community _Con. Good Work the Have Been
County High:!! _ ._ .-_ ___
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My Promise To You: rr ., 12 Ib$. 11" (diage meas.) wA so43( I I

If elected to the position of County I Wash size control

Judge, I will promote and work for improved Water temp control
jail facilities for all prisoners, I

including separate areas for juveniles i I 12-lb.

and incompetents; prevent prolonged I I Filter-Flo

detention of any person accused of a
crime without justifiable cause; devote i 5-yr. guarantee 18700 I

full time to the' office of County Judge; ,,

and, cooperate closely with the Martin r ,
County Sheriff's Office in order to insure i

efficient law enforcement without

sacrificing the rights of the people. The 8
full facilities of the Juvenile Court will u .

be available to the Circuit Court for

investigation of situations involving a

minor children requested by 41'r' lLROI DEGREE
Circuit r
our Judge.

I will l also attempt to establish a CAM202YUYTop Modal No. UI

juvenile advisory counsel comprised of :.: I

young men and women selected by their controls ., I iii iiiV

fellow I High School Students to work 19" IV $12 7 00Front V

with the Juvenile Court on a planned : Daylight Tube

program of maintaining Juvenile Delinquency _

at a minimum level.I : ': '

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BELIEVE: That my JO() years practical experience knowledge of the law, maturity, :

impartiality and sincere practical promise to the voters qualify me fur the position of !

County Judge. ''' u. ,1

IE: YOU AGREE: : rrt.I .
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Tilt STl'ART (Tto> NEWS: Thursday !March----19--, 1964--- Junior and Pony | II KE Nn CREAM CONCERT SOCIAL ANT Women Golfersi Evinrudes Entertain, Leave to I

Tigers Take 2nd In a Week Registration Is arv non The School ol Julian Parent it O sponsoring, Teacher Parker Elantoot Aiwocia-an old- i I Reach Finals Spend 10 Days in the BahamasFollowing

fashioned' bund concert and ice Ol Set on Saturday I tnciaJ no ranched the filial round of the a five-day eonferenee ??
cream the nchooj l on Sun- I Mn Vaughn Monr
day. AprIl, 12 at 210: .... The I women. club chtuwptoniihip at t with top Outboard Marine Corporation -, Mr. and
On Surprise Squeeze Bunt I hand of Martin County Junior Martin County Golf and Country executive. Ralph Evinrudte.eha.nwan Mr and Mrs. Dick Bohncr Mis

trillion SalurUav das her March all 21' is.ght nigis to' i, High School will plav Tickets, may : ( luh ttiii week hy healing Mar. I 4 the board ." dine Anne U gfw<( "' 1'5. Zola Swarth
Mba H OJ*
he obtained %v homrw Mrs Rot- I Ihu Dcu wfaea Mike SukJurt united from KihSouroc. who mplod in fifteen years of use who wish to I j des rt peMivel Uncord, enwrtwned' die ..total. out.
The load changed. Lands four lira the Martin Jim liwn AT 1-0\\ > I of San FTMIOMCO
tune FruU>, wton MOMS Tigers 1 tame Tm GiOw MCHS came the third. and Foote who maloil flam mr or Pony Baseball Cmirrty leagues 1 Other winners were: First flight at a fish fry at die ewmrode's Poly The EvMTttde left March Ion I-

were tt home to Pahokae fcut at book with. a run M the bottom oi I in the fifth I Hazel Gtanon heat Either Fen- newan 1Wt. their iCha*ole r' for a ten-
Vie bottom of the aevontfi, WMCit : the feet Bitty tot>>ben doubting! FAd side bad one dawdle play A parent must accompany each I LA. Dodgers tort A Surro boat Pat Greenloci: In d4ttuM to the officials and i tithing anise in the

counted the Ti.an pulled off "home Gary Sunmonii. who had the Tigers. going from JIM SOM /boy registering. and boys twelveor I second flight. Jackie Luce heat Jsa- the wife d the president of Out- That day fintt port of ado is Bahamll:1'
Jhe: fame, "..J.llelwldtd. Hiuled and tfoloq teoond moll to Mhourne to Mike Cftsok. fifteen year of age must produce belle McPherson' Betty Maddren hoard Marine Corporate of Canada Clients aboard include ; ::1
birth Have 6 GamesAt local
I The Tiger went ahead in the' from Gflht a certificate I' Irons Ltd.. Mrt C. B. Meal!
A squeeze bunt by and Pahokee > to Ted J Time and TtUoM\ for regtstra. I heal Marge ; third flight. Mr and Mr. Mn. C. B. Neal of Peterborough!
_net. when Buck MauUm singled final Helen Henson heat Gertrude I gueoU included
:ttanny kitbouroe, just inside the Butler Canada, artillt ErmlcCmoppe. '
lion arc Stuart Sailfish Park Na I Ontario..
Tight field lone brought home dan to right, stile neoond, and came The win wan the Mcond f(} rMCHS .m to noon; Palm City, ballpark Vero BeachBaltimore Minnehun, Ed haM LawrenceOr Cary .Sr. Mr and MI'II'I Oouowter. M.*... and
Title, woo won bin secortl home on I jury Andcraon "wngle in an many Htert Their -- I Mn Evans Crary Sr
paned 4pm. Port Salerno, ele Guttsol- Mr. and
; and Mn. John M .
had taken the ,
After Pahokee home will he Tuc :: : ----
the week after relieving atararptip next game on mentarv school., 10 a.m., and Jensen I Orioles provided the -.-, -- --
Hall in the *ixth. Little had \lead in the ninth, the TiJlCl'.1nollcdtho day March 24 when Palm Beach Beach, Langford-Hall( Park i iI opposition when/ Lo Angeles Dodg Miss KellerIs ------

".valked advanced on another walk : core .again at the bottom of it due to visit Sailfish Park I ers opened a aeries of .ix home Vanderveer Re-elected I
to kern FORe, and nude third on that inning Anderson fringinghome major league exhibition games at
thrown Pvhokee lOt 002 e-J 6 2
Mather before being
> wild pitch. out at kecond trying to wretch a MCHS 110 001 1.-4 7 3 Dickinson Group Holman Stadium Vero Beach on Club IMn
Hall pitched well until tiring in Wednesday, March 18 All home President of Woman
double, Martin, Gillm (7)) and Jacami-
: inThe a
Jhe uioOi. banding over to Little garnet start at 1:30: p.mOther Miss Elizabeth W. Keller bride-
Hall, little ((6) and Foote.I .
2-1 lead! with Mike Sander on Tiger other hits camemnule no. ) elect of A J. Miller the
a Headquarters home are against: was guestof .
game Gawn and Mr Van'i
third and two out Little got oil Milwaukee Brave, Wednesday. honor at a bridal The Woman' dub of Stuart Hugh
:t. A INky Mart wild pitching I General Rules I March 25, New York Met, Monday I in Gainesville Saturday eveninl.l. held its regular business meetingon i I I derveer will be delegates Jacksonvilleduring to thi

Sander home, and letting Davis! I Attorney on Have Open House March 30; Minnesota Twins, March 7. The March II and elected offtccn state convention the week of at April IJMn

fuller score on a single a stolen Wednesday, April I, Cincinnati Miss Sharon Sjoqinst of I e for the 1964-65 club year
lease and Chuck Pell unglc However of CandidatesThe I Red, Friday April 3. and New Worth and Miss Florence Berlmg- Mrs. Corneltui R Vanderveer' Florence Mahy wa wet
j Gubernatorial Candidate member of the-
Eligibility Fred
Little back in the seventh both former corned as a new
came York Yankee, Tuesday April 7. hoff of North Miami was re-elected as president, Dr.
strike the only three4nen I (Bud) Dickinson' Martin County | I cluh.M4.RRIAGF..
; to out roommate of Mill Keller. The Irene Haber, first vice preMdet.
i is
The general ticket office at
to face him, Florida has dent requirement. headquarter will open Friday eve and white color scheme I
attorney general I pink was Mist lean Root, second vice president -
Vero Beach Chamber of Commerce
Pahokee took a 1-0 lead in the ruled that if a prospective candidate -I I At the commission meeting Mil to sing 9 with an open house from 6 I Twenty-f Street and carried out in the pink carnation I II ; Mr*. Peter Cecilia recording LICENSE:

has been re-diMncted and cited where pm corsage given to the guests; the I secretary; Mn. Andrew Perrara APPIICA110NSEdward
a ciwe! a resident: Located in a store building at Fourtcnth Avenue, phone 567- I
wishes to run for office in hisprevious in District 5 and wanted to the corner of West Ocean Boulc :2012! umbrella that held the gifts, and' treasurer; Mn. Peter Guesno. A Daum Mercc Pa

PAINTING district he nay da so hut I II 1'C'r for the commissioner post be yard and California Avenue, the the refreshment table decoration. 'truoT; Mrs C: to Grace McCormick McCrean
I he will have to mote back into his vacated by Commissioner Jack site be the scene of Dickin'I Mr. John W. Keller 0 f 700 Earns: : the building i Volant Pa.

INTERIORS & I old District if he wishes to serve a candidate for state !sons'may first visit to Stuart since the Local Air and East Fifth Street the bride-elect' lund; Mn Vincent James M. Stewart to Nancy I

EXTERIORS I Thin ruling was o/iUuncd/ by senator The prpspecgva candidate current campaign officially start mother, wa an out-of-town guest flag custodian; Mn. H Vilardi'l Bland both of West t Palm BeachIn
County Attorney Dean looker! I (hen found he had been re-t.- ed Other guests included Miss Beverly some, parliamentarian

Call. from Assistant Attorney General ,I tricted into District 4 where no Mayor Percy Hopkins of West Sea Explorers I Applchy of Jacksonville Beach Also elected for I r .o-year many Mates the will of an

IslandPAINTERS Wilson Wright lust week. vacancy exists. Miller asked for i Palm Beach, state coordinator of and formerly of Stuart, Miss kay term at director were Mn Joseph; unmarried woman I il consideredto
I A ruling on the matter was requested I I ruling on the eligibility of the Dickinson campaign, plus E d Attend MeetingTwelve Baldwin of Gainesville Mr, Mary Penrod Mn lame I. Daley, Mn. be revoked. when she marries

& I by County Commissioner candidate to run in District 5. Ijimbcrtr co-orJiiutktr for Martin VanMeter Dui of Lake Worth Mrs.Milt Margaret Todt Heckler, Mrs, E. -..--_-s ,.,-.'-*"-..-...-.....-i'-'e5 .. .
Edward Miller during a Martin Under the ruling the candidatemay St Lucic Palm Beach and Brow- Connie of Gainesville F. Mattox and Mrs. Joseph Jarrell -
member of Stuart Air Ruth Young of Cocoa, and Miss i also TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
County Communion meeting on run but would have to move ard counties AS well a* Mr*. Ellen The board of directors
DECORATORSCLYDE Tuesday, March 10. back into District S if elected Larson Fort Lauderdale. Squadron 444, with their advisor, i Mary Jane Goth of Momclair. N. include two holdover members HFLP: WANTFD 141VANTED
Ed Kirkhart, attended the Gulf J. All the girls or their husbandsare and
Attorney Tooker was also told liaison officer for the committee Mn Hugh Gawp chairman, .. '*f" .
R. McGEE Owner Council second annual students at the University of i "rA
by Wright that if the resident wish In many purls of Italy it i. not with advertising agencies, will he Stream Mrs. George Conrad I
A-1.A. ROBE SOUND J'LA ed to run for office' in his new unusual to find poultry shops' on hand, and they indicated the Explorer Fellowship meeting at I Florid Mn Vanderveer thanked! the 1, \

Dial 546-4841 district he may do no without he- stocking robin i nightingale, candidate himself might make it. Camp Tanakkccta! March 13.15. The wedding i* planned for co-chairmen of The bazaar Mn

!ing limited by.the.six. month .rei! thrush and skylarks Evans Crary Jr.. chairman of They were Kenneth Moore, April 20.h1EN'S. Ferrar and Mr. Heckler and their i Assistant Dock
the Martin County committee will George McNeese lynn Williams, booth chairmen for their work on I
head up the local partisan on Bruce Heurcux, Chutes Moody. CHAMPIONSHIP this project. Mrs Nellie Pczzom I MasterYear

hand. They will include James Z. Carl Fuller, Terry DeStefano, 1O Bl: OKIUmHILRSDIY and her committee mere particularly Round Work

CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC. Burgcur J. H. Bruno, Charlie Randy DeStefano Gerald Flynn AFTERNOON commended for their con Call 287.2411
tiUcn. Joe Grecnleei, R. V. John Courtney Swignrt Arthur Kelleyand Both nemi-fmat games of the duct of the rummage talc at the
ton,, Dr. Rohrt Kuhn, tarry Ti- Fred Bauerman. men' club championship at Mar- old A&P bmldmg For Appoln/Mtit:

EVERYTHING FOR tOUR BOATING PLEASURE" mon Glenn Thomas William R. Attending from Explorer Ship tin County Golf! and Country It wa announced that the next Langford 'tcrraceVillas

f.r ..,r. Authorized .. n-- ; Scott, Dan Panaro, Jean Hupfel, 405, Stuart, were Kenny Dclp, Club are set for Thursday afternoon card party will be held on \Vednesday .

1 j .1"'F" Paul Bryant. Bob Collins, Sam David Keller, Robert Reed and March 19. April! 1 at I p.m. Mn
"1,: CHIl1S- RAFT J '"I'" McHardy and Andy Pittman Robert OHara. Dr Walter F. Davey meets Dr Heckler will be chairman of this Jensen Beach, Fb

\ "':', I Dennis R. Rinaldi in one and event which will he a dessert card
MCHS IOSI.S NO-HITTFR party with table! and door prizes
I .. 't : ) AT Red Fleming meets Rev Walter i !. .!
JOH NSON MOroR4. DEALER 11IUNDF.R rKO I>OUSM3 ,COUNTRY CLUB AT LAKE \\OR1H 12-0 I D Jesmp, tithst in the other

aewsow "Shoe of the Fisherman on After two Suncoast Conference I
> V11l1l S.R: the best seller list lor several wins!, Martin County High Schoolhit BY ASMX1A110NUnanimous GOLFNew
IO TTRARERS ACCESSORIESAll S" the dust in a non-conference
months, will he drainati/cd b y
game at Lake Worth Tuesday, losing thank were extended -
Mrs Ruth kcrd\k on Saturday, i
SERVICE March 21. at the Port St. Lucie 12-0) to the Trojan Bob Williamson to Captain W. G, Corliui by Martin County Golf & Country Club
who fired! no-hitter
__ Country Club a Martin County Library Association

GRUMMAN MARINA It'* the second appearance of Skip Hall wa charged with the Tuesday for hit capable management ST. LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right Just before crossing

I the winter season' here for Mrs lost i lreI1J:: nt the Trojan \ of the World Around New Bridge' to Brain
Kerdyk a Coral liable resident runs. He the fourthby U* Series," Plan I were made towelcome

,AMERICA'S fiNEST lINEI She will, present the book at III.m. Dick Bowman, off whom the i I Mm blizaheth Thalman I COMPLETE Greens Fee

440 ROUTE 707 RIO-JENSEN BEACH j Reservation are requested other two runs were scored.STUAR1' new librarian at an "open( house""
18-1IOLE COURSE $3.50
1 I, in early April

w v r Greece now has 5.SIl0.ClOO( ( persons MIUIIIIRS: ,..:..\I... 'II' ymrnlM1rr: : ELECTRIC CART .: >A.00 for 1STfMcv54.W for 9 Unit-
lost, 10 PSL
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I \l.I. nut Ilmr MIOMinuT
Stuart lost 1-1 I in last week' r,,\ ,>ii" wiiii ttimnit f.'
Good Fellowship Shuffleboard i.n less: .*: MEMBERSHIP:
A'ro.dlnll' lu I'r.nl.l"0.| .. .if CIU ,
: League play at Port St Lucic, only nf Stun OMlllmn.' .. Ni :!iJ' the MrMBFRMHP INITIATION FEE $100flO!
; : ; .
rilv of Htunrl KlnrldH, Kill rrly.5eoied
Don Ranhara and Helen Hal-
It"|.|. up In I nil' !'.V SINGLE MTMBFRSIUP .- Kfl.00
icy winning their game April JI: tied. 1Ih.' .. 'lIy 11..11. for ]!
tin' rl.'lnll' r
i CHEVROLETmakes C. Guiler, C Sheets and C. Merrill
10 PLY BOOKS 30.00.1, .
reached the nemi-fmal round lit .I I.. Illixk 2 4\' \ 131'\I 11'
Round Robin Ink, i Ian Hfcllon In Ihi t'It) 20 PLAY BOOKS 55 00 ; .
of the .
of "Mlimrt I rt.rlriii ire HUP' .
Friday main lloulpurd 30 MAY BOOKS 75,00

Regular Stuart league play will ant In nil nv away i hi' 4<,hrl. Ihrrr1h DRIVING RANGE AND COMMF1E' : COIF SHOP.

tale place on Thursday! March from.. nty or dnnr( rp..irv.. ihrl .. MLXFI DRINKS AND J LUNCIIFONS j,
all types of quality truckseirwesNann.mrnaaas.IrYr 19, starting at I 1:30: pm 1rhI to aura I>I,dn. .<>)<>( I. any. er
. Iii CAIJJIO 4'10) Ivrk PRO MANAGER 287. 227"

In Municipal Court Tuesday Pub M.rrh It, 1054

. Judge Harry F Dyer imposed. .
. fine in ux traffic case and two

. cotes of affray; deferred sentence
. in one traffic case; entreated one
. bond in a public intoxication case;
. and continued two traffic cases,
. .
. one case of shop.lifting and one
of indecent .

.. ANYEuU: "awua: ?. If it is low cost checking you're looking (for .

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and that I will iirlr t*
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t o* th" J ih d.r of April 1 i4, .;
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an nAnr of rind.; dlh I 'rr* -+
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PICKY PROSK. Corre pondrnt AT 7-2M5 1)1 I\IH11'(. N'1RKD119:

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rr A Youth Concert Program will 1 act Thursday "night'\ lone :2! 9 \M. 9 I PW.

I he held at the Southern Methodist of Civil Defense held a meeting' e
Girl Scout
Troop No. 80 SHOPPING
Church on Thiinduv March 19 at Pendoras Rcs-tmram: I
Arthur Clements director announced SUMUYS

Holds a Court of Awards ''al This 7:10 will p m he a group effort by 'the appointment of Robert CENTER DISCOUNT. STORES 9 tM. 6 P.M

the Christian voting people of the I upo as deputy director andRoy QUNIIty

Girl Seoul Troop 80) held Ml Peters. Patty ScllrrV, i c k i e commumlx. under the direction Isom" a* chut of operations-l

regular; Friil.session at the school Thompson and Brenda Wilson! of Mr*. Keith Bowen There will Defense Al Kcaton. director.I"Martin'' Count. ) Civil
ciletorium .i'md' wished' 'happy The rant of the teuton was be ringing and inimical speciaitwa.To answer questions, on area defcncPFRSON .
birthiljN to Scouts Paula Hrte, spent decorating colored Easter cover expenses" of m u .1.I .c SEAT BELT RETRACTORS
Vickie, Thompson" and Nancysu eggs for the egg hunt planned for equipment and traveling costs to VLS
McPherson these scout hod their! March 10Pioneer, other churches a free! -wrll offering .
birthday this" month and it was will he tikcn Since the young Mr. and Mrs Rudy \oilkl and Unconditionally guaranteed

decided to make one big party to Club Plans folk (have; been working since November Mr and Mrs. "Fred Young ot Hi. AvaSeal Belt Retractors Keeps Scat Belts
celebrate the it Iht'reI ill bea tnurtain-
l'Ccaion.The is hoped bmcus Parhll'\; been
girls improvised u play bused Smorgasbord Picnic good turnoutMissionary. lag Mr. and Mrs Carl Mull I l e r CI .K VA.. NEAT On the Scat F.nsto install -

on the life ot luliettc Low who of Rochester N. Y. Mrs, Muller and operate No more dirty, twisted
founded the Curl Scout movement Horseshoe Point Pioneer Club Societies m the sister ol Mn. oclkl and
to celebrate the birthday. of the held its monthly busmcu meeting I Fred Young While here the Mul- nnd untidy scat belts Assorted colors
Girl Scows at the clubhouse, Tuesday To I Jokl Silver Tea i leN went to St Petersburg, to visit
March 10 The hoard of direclordeci.led another brother and take! In the
A Court ot Awards held
was Missionary Societies Circle No.
to raise the initiation fee sight I
for members and guests and cooking and dues 1 and Victory Circle will hold i k
badges were presented to: Cor An entertainment committee silver i tea at the Southern Methodist Mr. and Mrs David Brooks and
ey Donn Bcvcrh Ciaughan!! Diane was appointed by President Anton Church on Fifth: Street on I daughter Cui h \ and ( ,'nnie. ,

Carey, Carla Haarala Paula Hue Stcigler. consisting i of Mrs H, Tuesday. March 24, between 2 and' from Milcsburg. Pa, spent .i i week
Nancy Meyer. Nancv McPherson. Miller; Mrs, William Papa and 4 pni : with Mr. and Mrs. keith Roves
Margo Prosk. Cheeri Philips, JoAnn Mrs Ernest 1 Rodcnbiugh. Donations will be added to the and family r,+
Shelton Wilma Slangcr. Jean A Si t Patrick Dar dinner wa building fund. The public is cordially I

held nt the clubhouse on March 17, invited I to attend. I for Visiting a few days the were h Herbert rink Plinapms!. Lathe First Time Ever Offered

PTA Represented At 1 i the William hoard of Papa director was elected to fill l the to MRS PRIFSS' ENTERTAINS I Burgess Delphia from I crate August and lames Me K And nt a fantastically

District ConferencePort present vacancy were left : b Mr> Sicigler 1 and i Mr Those*. A. On Wednesday afternoon, Mr I Costn Tvimas from New York low price. Be sure to get
i :
Walter entertained with .
s a ,
Salerno' PTA Victor Mrs Adolph Regli Mr. City has been having an miosnblc ''
well Flementary the and Mrs H Miller Mrs,, Elliott de\\Crl-card party at her home. I vi.ilI ith his brother And 1sima : some for your car No\\!
was represented at twentyfourth
Rice Mr. and Mrs f. Roden- Guests who attended were: Mr*. of Salerno Shore
annual District/ I II I con Wilbert Carr. Mrs Otto Fnckson.MM ?
hough Mr and Mrs A. Steigler, I
ference and luncheon at the Trade. C'hurleConrad.. Mr Mr Sheppard 0 f
Colonel M. W. Hale and Mr and Hurry:, Fugome
winds Restaurant on Monday. Mrs. William Pupa The club will Kahn, Mrs, Roy Decker Mr*. Beach Haven. N. J.. spent a few
There were man\ fine speechesand I have a smorgasbord picnic on Paul Ucston Mr. T. C. Cook days with Mr. and! Mrs Clarence
messages given hv representatives Mr. Sophie Rclnhirdt. Mrs. Jack' Baugh of Third Street She bus
of the Honda Congress of IArril" \\hitficlJ. Mr*. George Fritz and I purchased a lot here and hope to EASTER
Parents and Teachers \ \\ "' \SOOFTIFS Mr H. Flnmgan. he able to move in the near future J BUD

Officers, chairmen and memo 1101.1) JOIM MFrmc: High!: score prizes were won by : .
ben who enjoyed the occasion Mr Rov'cker.\ Mr. Harry
A circle held Richard Caslcr has been playing
were: Mrs Mary Brown, Mr*. joint meeting was Kahn and Mr*. Sophie RcmhnrdtNPS I O
March 9 at 7:10: p.m. at Mm Ross host to his cou\in. Austin Crosby
Dorothy Hitc. Mr* Judv John.
Hhum's home. Mr Wilhum : friend Magclli, of
son Mr*. Vicky Prosk Mrs. Ar- gave OF lilt; IIMIMIOL Tony 1.17
All the beauty and spirit;
dath Thompson Mr. June Ben the devotional The members studied I Keensburg' N J They spent a
Chapter I 12:! of Mirk George lockwood Herman week and enjoyed) ; I the fishing, especially
nett, Mr Peggy Oshorn Mrs.
Doris Johnson Mrs Margaret Those rreenlI ere: Mrs Jo Blank and Ray Carlisle of the I after landing a good catch of the Easter season is

Kahn, Mr*. Willie Lukens I and Black Mrs Genevieve Mcrntt Fishnhol caught eighty-six i Spanishhmackerel I of kinrih.Mr. !: .
Mrs Evelyn AllmanChamber Mrs Trula OhOln. Mrs. Ann using silver spoon, fishing '. and Mr*. harry Birthclme, embodied in these cultured
Woodson. Mrs, Winnie Thompson; the Inlet.
Mr*. Vicky Pro Now Has born Mrs. Naomi Hiiisenhiuer. I' Mr. and Mr. Wcntley Goddard from a cruise to Nassau lily buds that arc 4 BUD,
Mrs June Bennett Mrs Pat Bowen of Pompano Beach caught four where they had a wonderful time I

> New BrochuresThe and Mrs Hazel Knight!: teen blues and four croakers using Mr. and Mr*. Fugene Bertoluc- guaranteed! to blossom
hail the Sun Parlor
cut fishing
C ham b e r of Commerce TilE A nor PI i FRFFRFRGS ci of Coral Gardens, have been forth in all their
Mr Catharine sym.
Walter Huston of Lake Park entertaining her aunt *
|would like all residentto see the 5,
Gorman ho is i here on a 2 17
grew brochures of Port Salerno caught twenty nine blue and three
,urea. If you have not vet sent one Mrs Adolph Rcgh entertained jacks using cut bait fishing the visit from Astoria Long Island, bolic splendor! S
ito' a friend or relative you may with i dinner party in honor of Sun Parlor N Y
I i
Obtain copies at the office of the Mr. and Mr*. Adolph Frecbergs
{ Mitch Vassern and on of West Congratulations to Jim and
I'hamher.I hich j is located at Jol.Roger' thirty-eighth! wedding anniversary Hue their
Palm Beach caught twelve bines, Dorothy on
Frecbern in manager of Northern'
Barber Shop States Power Company ot Red three weakfish and two croakers anniversary last Sunday ,

COUNTY COUNCil, Wing, Minn. I using River. cut bait fishing the Indian Guesting with Mr and Mr. -
MEETS: MONDtYThere Those who attended were: Mr. Jack Valentine are Mr and Mrs.
and Mrs lick Valentine Mr. and Raymond Williams and lack Louis lauot Frceport Long New "Patterned" ALUMINUMMakes
i will he a Martin-Okec- Mr*. I E. Manke of Minneapolis Butler of the Fishnhol caught live 1 Island N Y Mrs I LanI I is Vatentine's
ohee County Council meeting Mr. and Mrs. Armin Kohlhcpp :
'all 8 p.m Monday at the Palm Mr. and Mrs. William Papa and snook Indian using River nurrolures! fishing the __ _sisterCHUCK'S_ h__ __u I
IS ice cubes that release -rr
Slity School All local PTASi. are | Mr. and Mrs. M. K Rosengren. of in11 -r:: ,
!sited! to attend Riviera Beach On Monday March I H at I Ip SERVICE A ."
JL stantlywith touch" l Fits
"magic Ipver
.t. .m. the ladies of the Fishnhol put MOl) r I
on a display of articles made uur- Ft" M mteD.hr.r make refrigerator!
: STANDARD ,any tllfjJ
and beautifuland .
Guaranteed ing season many .
1 .
D*I" '
MMr 1\ 'r''J
aNa interesting articles were shown. \
ICE ,ij2i r:
Approximately 275 persons came .
In WritingTO to admire and comment on the 287-9864 i\ "I' "" > \ ."\ \
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various article Refreshment were Railway & SI.( .de Ave. ",9's? \ '

served to the guest' Port Salerno CUBE .. p .. '1 \

WEAR Rand Service
Open 7 days a week I
4 r :: last week's arrivals Included 7am.830: p.m. TRAY
15 MONTHS Mr. and Mn Frank Eddy Bmg- I

humton, N. Y., Ray Chae, Traverse -
15,000 MILES City, Mich., and Miss Edna I
McGraw, Allcgan. Mich.
Menry Dewl, i
PAY AS $125LITTLI On Tuesday thirty of the *'omen I '
AS Weakly and their friend enjoyed a'
us. yew malar oil s.. Against tread wear, all luncheon at Smioncn Restaurant I! I

i Ondil earl and /spar' road harnrdt and de. in Fort Pierce. Ladies "Hobo" FLATS I Men's Short Sleeted
slant Man ondN cards
h ertabllsh tndb with facts (commercial use I Sunday night' hymn sins!! was JACK'S GULF
la. and misalignment excepted I! attended by thirty-two "Pirate*"
and visitors music was STATION
). All tire adjust.E I supplied by Fffic Ncwhoue, Grace

E meets are prorated fort Dcsmarais, Neva Raymond Edna All Servl* Guaranteed

t month or mile bawd McGraw and Ray Chase. lack Saundtnon, Owner I
A1A Port Salerno AT 7-2021
t on Dale price prevailing. A roast \beef dinner was pre
pared by LIU lockwood, Grace -
Desmarai, Elizabeth Mclian,
Hazel Sander, Florence Wood, : i! line Comlird rulton .
Deduct 5,000 Mile off guarantee' on 14" Tire O. H. Baldwin, George Robinson -IIG-
HUM. RADIUS FULL CAPS and Ellen Bush and served to sixty I Your ni
4 FULL PLY hlll'\lE I AND PRIMIUMThey're people. Thi wa followed by I I 1 J rnlw staple. Right for
slide, shown by Jack Bush, and / any

wider, heavier, more puncture rrslstanl and infer games crar-M.rin* cra l<>n wear Vm open
than new "2 ply cheap lei." .nJ DUul /
TUBE-TYPE or TUBIIrSS: S\Mt PRICE Capt. Toley Eng.br.ts.n with "lie fur dress
Members\ are asked to attend the \ rainbow of color and o> wide variety, of styles. to chase from. s or work

Fire Department Auxiliary meet. Salerno *... *T T..1.4, Sllp-ona, Ilea, flat and tiny slack hrih.Youll Sl/w S-M-U
tOOxll 75 xMIMxlJ ideals 7Mxl ing lo be held at the firehouse on \ *"
Shipyard &;. ?
Thursday. March 19 at 730:
SMxIJ 40x11 tStbcllTtxli
be amazed al Ihki value (that you would aspect lo pay two
700x14 M0x14 '00>1f
I and dock up now. They're Nt'lIInllllke hofcultrst'

Notice is hereby given! to all marine l I II
688 788

and navigation interests that we will IIIa

150x14 7 x1lN0x14 OMxl have equipment anchored approximately Compare Sat

42iall 1,000 feet offshore with cables I'! $5,95 Compare at $2.98

888 988 I extending to the shore at Jupiter I s. i

land. Location is approximately :

i miles south of the St. Lucie Inlet. !

.... .. ... ...... If ..". : equipment will be lighted at flight 91 I
Flu. r... T.. ., Uo .. V, PM tin a. .. >'h K .. OlIO "" GIRLS( PATENT !UiATWiR
"dd fl 1.110 ,I.. |." II..., |1 ,.. IJ1; and 13 .lor IS" tlr Whit.r.ttn (IMr. .00
fn tbs.FRONT. 3 red lights in accordance with :

1 = I Ii MARY JANE SlippersNow

END ALIGNMENT i a Guard requirements. :

With' purchase of 2 new tim or recaps.. we adJw.1 1 Hi I p _

Caster, Camber, Toe.ln, Toe-Out and Inspect eD' l .the traditionally"
$4 88 i
Nee. trust-end lor wore (ReI- Fries $6.118) 9'-
: '
, I popular -upv tye| In
\. I DICKERSONIncorporated '
WIN DAILY AND IATURDAV TIL 0 PM. an aMorlmrnl' uf new spring
ao nouiiiiaa 'Maao.PAN.AM.ERICAN* '

; colon Pink Blue, N hula O
., i ,, ,... or Black. !irffproof and
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*-A THE STUART (TV) NEWS Thundty March 19, 1964 1

There is Celebrities Visited Outrigger "Spring Fever" styles will be
OBITUARIESrlteae shown Indian River residents on
a differencein 300 Had Fun at the _J Thursday, March 19 at the Port

COLONEL: ROBERT ADRIAN Autograph t seekers would I have Florida-based. Many with their Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Me- St. Lucie Country Club duringa
outboards WILLIAMS had a field day if they hud spotted owners and guests just came for gregor, Fitchburg Mass parade of Palm Beach fashions.
Tourist Club Meet Colonel Robert Adrian William I the many celebrities who were at lunch or dinner. A large group Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walsh l The luncheon.showing will follow a noon
!*, seventy-one, a resident of Frances Langford't Outrigger restaurant from Sunrise Inn was among those Staunton, Va.; Mr. and MM. Li. Reservations are re
I Palm City, died Saturday March or were guests at Lang- who enjoyed one of the nicest onel S. Jackson, North Haven, quested.
I 14 in Coral Gables Veterans' Hot.- ford Marina or Langford Villas weeks we've had this season. Conn. tlaeuava; .. q.'J(. .II!
I Three hundred persons attendil C larence Snook led the audience pital. A native of Washington, D. this past week. Yachts and owners from Florida CARD OF TIIANKS
the Tourist Club meeting on in singing many request numbers, C., he had made hit home here As it was camera bugs were busy included the "Carel," E. C. SKATING PARTY
Monday, March 16 at the Youth accompanied by Willis Dexter.t for seventeen years. He was veteran all week snapping photos of the Rumsey, Dclray Beach; "ArcoIris SET ON THURSDAYThe I wish to thank all my neighbors -
c.enter Snook, Mrs Hall and Russell of World Wars I and Ii and 118-foot luxury yacht the "Chan : II," Mr. and Mrs. John B, and friends, the police, Cecil
Speck harmonized and led the au served on the Mexican border. ticleer." owned by Ralph Evin- Walker, Boca Raton; "Ailsa Craig," Martin County Junior High Johns, and all other persons for
New officers elected were: first dience in its theme song "Let Me He won the Victory Medal with rude and his wife, Frances Lang- Mr. and Mrs H. V. Duryea, Daytona School will hold a skating party their kindness and help, their flowers .
vice president, Lloyd Spencer; second Call You Sweetheart." two bronze service stars in World ford. Beach. Thursday, March 19 from 5:30to :: and cards and their deep -
I vice president Merritt John- The last meeting of this season War I,, and the Allied Ribbon, |I Among the "celebrities." who "Onika," Mr. and Mrs. Benson 8 p.m. Tickets purchased will at the time of the loss sympathy of
ton; secretary, Bernice Webber; will be held Monday, April 6 at include skates. Chaperones will be beloved
French Legion, Purple Heart i didn't look or act like "celebritied' Ford and son, Palm Beach; "Par my husband
treasurer, Fred Hall, Jensen Weldon Allison
6 at the Youth Center. Mr. and Mrs.
p.m. "
Beach. Members of the entertainment American Theater Medal with three I were Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn adise, Hubert Phipps and party, Walter Peterson! the class Eugenie Tetaz
committee will be: Mrs Ruth bronze stars, British Continent Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Benson PaInt Beach; "Nancy Belle,' Mr.. and Mrs. Willena: Kean.sponsor ,
Mall, Jensen Beach Mrs. Kate Ribbon and the Victory Ribbonin Ford, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert and Mrs. R. Kriescl, Sarasota; .l 1'1 1IIII iI: at
; Superior I
r Only Phelps and Mrs. Belle Boyd; pub- RatingIn World War II. He was a memo Phinps.Others. "Challanger," Mr. and Mrs. K.
ber of the Episcopal Church. were here, came without Massey, Fort Lauderdale
licity chairman, Gus Schlesicr; Enjoy the Winter
HOMELITE4Cycle55 coffee maker, John Antoch. The Concert Goes He is survived by his wife, Elsie i fanfare, wished to remain j just Out-of-state marina guests included 11111'] Season
president will be elected at the W. Williams, of Palm City; five "folks," and were given the pile "Sea Scape Mr. and Mrs. :7./\ With a New "Do" from
next meeting.Mrs. sisters, Mrs. W. Lee Santman of vacy they desired. I. R. Carter, Fairfield, Conn.; "An.
Gives you Hall accompanied by Willie To Martin Band Silver Springs, Md., Mrs. Reginald The Vaughn Monroes are "just nie L, Ill" Mr. and Mrs. C. M. PARK
Dexter at the piano led the I Hoagland, flint, Mich.? MM. Eve j folks" too and soon will become Hughes, Gloucester, Va. PLAZA
Mlutlinlull/drill titers I,, (hit Mil III and group in singing favorite songs Three judges awarded Martin lyn Smith of Washington, D. C.,. : residents here. They purchasedland "Carrousel," I. P. Tucker, Red I' r
4 Stele CMlMlnci Illmlniln including some Irish numbers i in County High School Band a superior MM. Joe Flaherty and Mrs. Ella at High Point from Trudy Bank, N. J.;; "Sally H, V," Mr. BEAUTY SALON
moor.n4 moue HI gl ttn4bmtuuttIII observance of St. Patrick's Day. rating in concert and an Schubert, both of Sun City, Calil, I and Dick Bohner's real estate firm. and Mrs. Ed H. Hays, Signal -' 317 W, OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-MJ8
.4 Cyril fcM Hurt tell you talk The Rev. Neil Gunsalus; of the excellent rating in sight-reading Services and burial will be i in The Monroes were guests at Mountain, Tenn.; "Jeannius," Mr.
rltMal tbulua, Methodist t Church of Jensen Beach, Tuesday. Arlington National Cemetery, Ar I-angford Villas and list Boston as and Mrs. Julius A. Simms, Lakewood OWNER: GEORGIA IIARDWICK
TMn'l lotl iron itioul theaomltltbWI lington, Va., Friday 2 their home. left Ohio.
II spoke on each Judging the district band at p.m. They Sunday.
pleiuntl ailf.wit Btlgi examples person! contest OPERATORS: VELMA THOMAS
you but, ,compin Wi think wu'l tl sets to those! watching. at the Log Cabin were Charles Johns Funeral Home is in chargeof Eight of the twenty-one yachts "Frolic," Mr. and Mrs. H. L.Murphy HUNTER
bat Ipso Html the Homthli II town LCwIl-U io wltui il me Roll call showed twenty stales Quarmby of Bradcnton; Hunter local arrangements. docking at the marina, accordingto New ,Bethlehem, Pa.;: | RECEPTIONIST: BETTY
antItlbaidl.a bum.m and Canada represented.. New Wiley, University of Tampa, and Dockmastcr Perry Kirk, were I II "Melody Manor,; Mr. and Mrs. 1IARDWICK
I 'M tmmtntlM Mi rapt i ARTHUR CULLEN D. Cackins. Knox. Ind "Bee
York led with fifty-four present, Claude Hulick, Jacksonville ROWI.LL :
e e4eM e 4 emits "
/ tt aeeettsM Michigan followed with forty-two, Unfortunately, MCHS does not Arthur Cullen Rowell, sixty- 14, Sting, Lieutenant Colonel H. A. Now Showing the Exhibit of
at West
a Palm Beach hospital ; Hciman, Putnam Valley, N. Y.
and Pennsylvania with thirty-three. Qualify for the state band contest seven, a resident of
St. Lucie flare C. A.
after Spencer
an extended illness. He "Mary Sue, John
Y Canada had twelve. this year, for which at least two Inlet Farms, died in Martin Memorial
Jim McMahon was a native of Jamaica, Long Island Rockford, 111.; "Eden," Mr. and
director of the superior ratings are needed. I In
Hospital Tuesday morning N. Y. A graduate of George Mrs. R. F. PICTURE FRAMING ARI1STS
{ Kelley, New York SUPPLIES"Where
Youth Center, of heroic effort
spoke to the group spite a by Patsy March 17. A native of Fort Meade, "
STUARTTACKLE on their use of the center and expressed Pence, drug major, !in the marchIng be had lived in this area for Washington University in Wash City; "Belinda, Admiral and Mrs.
over ton D. C., he
chief medical A. G.
was Hall, Old Lynne, Conn.
the hope that they will contest last fall, the band only fifty He AT 70755
years. was a veteran of examiner jemse
Queens N. Y., "Jotli V
County and Mrs.
M. O.
all be back
next managed World
year. an rating Patsy Wars I and II, a member for
& Mrs. Clara Jerome and M n, a senior student, was acting of Martin County Barracks No. thirty-five years and past pres- Endrescn", Duluth, Minn.; "Co-
ident of the New York Jurisprudence Pilot II, R. F. Black Jr.
Elizabeth Patterson sang and acted director before the arrival of the 8J4, World War I Veterans, a ? Raleigh
Society. He N. C.
MARINE out a duct called "Sparking Peggy present director, Lemoyne E Roll. member of the 40 and 8, and Harold of the was a member
Jane." Mrs. Kate Presbyterian Church of Jamaica. New arrivals at Langford Villas,
Phelps accompanied Johns Post No.
r 1111r11..III"1r American .
them at the piano. I' IL.II! .J Legion. according to Mrs. Perry Kirk include
Rev. 1. W, Marson entertainedthe CARD OF THANKS He is Survivors are: his wife, Edna S. the Vaughn Monroes; Mr.
I by his wife Mrs.
"Service Supreme At We Ncail, of Port Sewall; one daughter and Mrs. M. Wideman and Miss t 1
audience with some Irish stor I are sincerely 'grateful t to Frcida Rowcll; two
William Behringer of Haun Hce Ahm, Orlando Mr and
lea friends and neighbors for their i Mrs. Willis
Stuart Tackle & Ed Rasmus-sen Hayed the "Min many kind acts of sympathy dur Mrs. Michael A. Timmerman and Oak Beach Long Island N. Y.?: Mrs. E. F. Crawford, Rockford,
Lecher, both of one son, Edward A. Neail of Fort III Located On Route 707,
itl ari1ls" uet in G" and "Estudicntiana" on ing our'sad bereavement. Our appreciation Stuart; one son, John P. Rowell, Lauderdale and lama r. KEIUHE ,
; five grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. J S. Wortman, Art e.e AH Snlur
a 204-year-old violin. cannot be adequately U S.
Army; one stepson, Fred .
'I Rockford, III.; Mr. and Mrs Ken-
Harry Barker, expressed
accompanied by Arthur
AT 7.2166( Merritt of Stuart
Wren I The Czverko ; three Johns Funeral Home was in i neth O. May, Edgewater; Mr. and
Ruby sang several of th e Family brothers, Leslie Rowell of West I The Artists Meet"
U.s. 1 and Fnuier Creek, Stuart old-time favorite charge of arrangements. Mrs. R. W. Eastman, Staunton,
popular songs. Palm Beach,
1iIJio'f" nIl1lllf01'f! ll( O. L. Rowell of New
York, and Deals Rowell of Pom.u .
pano; and! one sister, Mrs. Herb i'
Cheancy.: Fort lauderdale.I I Charming Homes-Superb Location.
CLIP THIS ARTICLE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Funeral services will be held in .
Johns Funeral Home Chapel on
Thursday at 3 p.m. with Rev. Lew
is Stancil, pastor of Tropical Farms
how to save money'at Baptist Church, officiating Grave
side services will be held by Harold Bahal11a TerraceVISIT
Johns Pot No. 62 American

income tax time racks Legion No.and 854 Martin will conduct County serve Bar

some beljtfat,hint* tram> io11grIO&arr/ ices in Johns Chapel Wednesday
at 8 p.m.. Buriul will be in Fern

/. Hill Cemetery, THESE HOMES TODAY!


, dt Mrs. Mary Irene Renton, fifty- .

l'1 ml1lfmll five, a resident of Indian River -"':""' "
i Drive, Jensen Beach, died in Mar ;, \0.\.
I tm Memorial Hospital Friday, .
! J March; 13, after an extended: ill ...!:"e. I. il..';
ness. A native of South Norwalk, ". : ,- !
Conn. ".it
she had been a resident .
few people realize that many of the Items purchased In pf1armacleeln addition tp pre Of Jensen Beach for the past seven .o '"
ecrlptlon,art deductible from F.derallneom.Tax If you Itemize your return.Any of the' years
following typical pharmacy Items which are used In the cure mitigation,treatment or She is survived by her husband, "
prevention of disease or which are obtained upon the advice of a physician/ are norman Robert H. Renton; two sons, Rob.
considered deductible medicines or drugs. ert H. Renton Jr. of Vero Beach, ,
and Donald E. Renton of Van d r't'
Examples of D.ducUbI.It.1D1 Nuys, Calif.;; one brother, Frank
Sproch; one sister, Miss Helen
Medicines and Drugs Used Internally'' Sproch; her mother, Mrs. Julius
Alkaltwrs Antacids Antlnsuseanls Diuretics: Medldnalteas Sproch, all of South Norwalk; and
AnalgMlcs Antldlarrheale Cold preparations laxatives Salt tablets" three grandchildrn. f

Medicines and Drugs Used Externally'' Johns Funeral Funeral:services Home were Chapel held Sat.in 4 tie t vs m '
Abrasives a
Antiseptics Counterlrrltante Fungicides OltelwtntergreMfedlcullcldes
urday at 8 with i the
AnUhlstamtna p.m. Rev
Astringents Emollient
prspvatlona Boric acid powder Epsom salts Medicated Keratolytles Powdered mustard Norman' B. Feaster pastor: of All i "THE YORKTOWN"Two
Camphorated oU Flaxseed I oiMmerits Topical analgestcs Saints' Episcopal Church in Jensen -
Beach, officiating
Medical Supplies (This Includes Items not classified U drugs but used .In administer Bedrooms

Ing drugs or for a therapeutic purpose) MRS CALLIE MINERVE Two Baths $16 900
Atomizer Ear syringe* Flrst-Ald supplies Nibuttrars Sutpenserles BUS IN
Back support Elastic stockings; Insulin tyringos Surgical collars Trustee Mrs. Garage ,
and neidles Calvin Mi nerve Bustin,
seventy-three, of Route 2, Stuart,
Vitamins and Tonics (Only when prescribed by a physicians died in Martin Memorial Hospital I JaA
II, after a
lengthy illness. A native of Hamilton -
Prescriptions(Ad drugs prescribed by a duly licensed medics!practitioner In the course County, Flu, she had lived I
of his professions! practice.) in this area for the pant eight
years. She was a member of Riverside
Non-Deductible Baptist Church of Mayo.

Many Komi which are not deductible are sometimes claimed as medicines and< drugs on Willard She is and survived hy two sons, ;'

Federal Income Tax returns. For example, one may not consider/ toothpaste, toiletries, art; two stepsons Ray ,Bustin Sammy. of and Stu-
or cosmetics
this category. Clarence Buslm of North Flori
da; two daughters, Mrs. Edna I
Whore any doubt exists concerning the deductible or non-deducllble nature of any' Scott' Houston, Tex., and Mrs.
pharmacy item,you should obtain the advice of the local Internal Revenue Service! Offices Willie Mae Cruse of Zolfo Springs;
one step-daughlcr. Mrs. Mamie
Parrish of Starke; ten grandchil
dren and three greatgrandchildren.
I Funeral services were held in
Johns Funeral Home Chapel on p- 8
Thursday at 2 p.m. with thj/ Rev.
I Lewis Stancil. pastor of Tropical 1 "THE NEWPORT"Two
Farms Baptist Church, officiating.
Burial was in Mayo : Bedrooms

i MRS. LYDIA IIAZELL: Two Baths $19 900

HENDRY: Garage .
I Mrs. Lydia Hazcll Hendry six-
ty-one. a resident of Jensen Beach,
died in a hospital in Arcadia Sat
urday, March 14. A native of
j maintains for you a personal record of prescriptions Chester, Pa.? she moved to>> Jensen
Beach in 1921. >owsb Follow; US.1-1/Z mile north of the St. Lucie
have had filled. Let us be regular pharmacy and She is survived by her husband, _' o % River
your )
A. A. Hendry Jr. of Jensen Beach; P1171 (Roosevelt Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner

next year, just ask us for your yearly record of prcscrip dry two of sons Jensen!, John! Beach H. and; one Alvin brother Hen- RJsattaM1 Follow North Shore Drive l/2 mile to Bahama Terrace

tions filled. William A. Ha/ell of Delmar N.
Y.; one sister, Mrs Hannah Mur nl
phy of Norwood, Pa., and five 11Aa1t1, err

Any questions about discount prescriptions? Ask us! grandchildren Funeral services were held i in tit / Robert H.
All Saints' Episcopal Church, Jen LearDEVELOPER
No obligation. sen Beach Thursday at 2 p.m.
with the Rev. Norman B. Feaster! ri'r 1 set
I pastor of All Saints' Episcopal I 4e

PARK PHARMACY WANTS YOUR BUSINESS I All eral Church Saints'Home officiating Cemetery.was in charge Burial Johns of was Fun-arrangements. i in i /W tl ;rt and BUILDER ON PREMISES

.' \. P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7-0635

I' 213 East Ocean Blvd. AT 7-3201 Dr.DR. Howard HOWARD William W1LLLVMNEAIL Neail a I t rr' i .. fL4 Substantial Down Payment Required'I

resident of St. Lucie Boulevard

Port Sewall, died Saturday, Mar c e ..

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1C News Notes from Claudia Jean Oesch to H\ lid Benefits City Beautification Tire STUART (Florida) NEWS
duringishions. SOCIETY Rtverview A pis. Thursday, March 19, 1964 1.B

a noon. A luncheon was held recently James Brady Bennett Here Kinsale Festival nephew and bouse guest of the

re fecourt- ---- "" "' ... -- -, -.' --.--.. ..r.at I the Outrigger Restaurant as a and Sheppard
surprise party for the guest of Mr. and Mrs Find I c'. Begi Ir. 41
I honor. Mrs. Albert Cepec to ccle St. Peterburl.1111"'lIn.e/ : the cnpagemenl SON IS BORN 1'0
i | brute her birthday. of their d"hl"I.I ,: Cl Llhi1Mn \ I, i Tea Set Saturday MR AM MRS. M\TTIXMr
I A picnic arranged by the ladies Oesch to J.II11."s Brdlh I l 11.11-< I on and Mrs Kenneth Maitix:> ,
neiahCecil- of Riverview was held on the nett, ion of !Mr ..nd Mrs N K 614 Osccola, announce the birth

". porch and lawn on Saturday afternoon Bennett Miss Oesch of Miami/ .Kmsiilc"' the home of !Mrs. Pa available for the convenience of of a son, Michael Lee, born March
'n is for : to celebrate the birthdaysof is .1 i cjilmii it t
r flow.sym.. Van B. Knapp Andy Starr and Martin County High Schnl u- I mesa Murphy Kiirnun Port Sew- the guests It is suggested that indies 9 at Fort Pierce Memorial Hospital !
P Albert Cepec "enty.five' guests I tended the Unrursu of i \tlunl, all will be the scene Saturday weir comfortable shoes for and weighing seven pounds,
OSS ofttrM I attended Beautiful Easter lilies, and is presently enpkul .i. .1 i March 21 i I. of a spring( festival and touring the garden and grecn two ounces Maternal (grandparents
I red roses and mums were do- stewardess for IX In. \,rlllh', in tea i from _> 10 s: (p.m.. sponsored houses are Mr and Mrs Lee De-
nated by Mrs. Gertrude Gore Miami In. IK! liirdeii Club of Stuart; Members of the Men Garden Ixiach Stuart. Paternal (grandfather .

Mr and Mrs Starr Her fiance IK .1.IJ.M"In"ik' ..1 i Miami BoiiUiu' | and gourmet items for Club will act as monitors is Merle Mattix, Jensen
Andy are I sale. nut .i dower ket will he I Beach
V.IUH I "mli.le.lDude i I nUll Ticket
a couple of days at Risk ro:1II: !) arc available from Garden -
Tower :: lotmd in u gaily decorated
and plan to see the Passion ( ml + wan ( Club member and at the gile
Play. ; airman at the Air \ l'l i,,' Uasi pus ikon,, An auction Mill begin The tea will benefit of the Americans Dairy cows supplyat
I I one
U (M o.)
n in Homestead least one-fourth of all the food
Mr and Mrs club's major projects the !beaiitification
'J Hohe Sound were Sunday Whitney of The wedding will, take plea'\ I At i I'm. a (presentation of a 01 U. S. 1 through StuartEntertained -. consumed by the nations (growing -
of Mr. evening Saturday. April 4. ai l 1'111 .n,i the I donation I Insist the memhin of the families
guests and Mrs Oswald
KamageSORORIIY. Pint t Methodist Churih of' 'I.HI,' ( ommttei' : f I 100/ will he made
1 with the Revallir I 0 )K",ip, I A 'fashion show hy a Worth Avenue on'Stnitanner
officiating 1 IMni: Beach, firm will\ be at V FURNITURECUSTOM
!MtElING A reception will I ,Mow .,n i the '1I5;I aid Ua will be served at 4.
! There will be an Indian River home of Miss Oischs. grandper-| Mure will be at least t"enty- Colonel and Mrs Ci j I. V Sutton I MADE
I Kappa Alpha Theta alumni meeting ants. !Mr end Mrs ( 0 Rame>, Miss 1 .r, ; Jt! voistll foe lice (gale( prices presented during and daughter, Silvia entertained and REPAIREDALSO
Saturday March 21 at 1230: Port .Scwall .._ the afternoon and other prizes on their yacht "Suntanner V" recently -
p.m. All Kappa Alpha Thetas in the -- -------- will he awarded, at 5. with a short cruise and -
fER I area are invited to the home of The gates will open at :i! pm watching of the motorboat races ,ALL TYPES. Of FiNIS11ESRESTORED. 1=
Mrs Forrest C. Graves. 3 Seagull St./ Patrick's Party H\ 'as fIeld and oils with Olivers will be from Palm Beach to Fort Pierce. : .
CK I Drive, Vero Beach Please make (olonil Sotlong. a member of the We have a complete woodworking
reservations by f'riday-call 562- Stuart Flotilla used his bout as a .
I 5480/ ) or 562.3.570. Bu Soroptfmists on Saturday tee ehiirman for the party will radio control check station during Ihop.Jupiter
(presenl her final report ul the next the races.

M \RRI\GE LICENSES I The St. Patrick Div pmv held Irish ,.\it; I",, I hMr, ..md Mrs. miiiMos muling Among the guests were Mr and &
I Donald Lee Belle to Ida Mae by the Soroptmusl i Club I of Stuart, Charles 1.11111,0111. ol Roeky Point, I I. M Johnson, Martin County Mrs: Andrew Berkcv Mr andMrs
I agricultural agent, will be the : Roland Mcrrcll" : Mr andSirs
; : : Lewis both of Stuart Saturday, March: 14 at (the home accol11l'.II1I'd) I I" John I Mich' Jensen speaker( lit a program meeting to Edward Miller Mr and DECORATORSClyde
j I r. M Chester Harold Holland of Stu. of Mrs Frances .Kulh. ",'nelitedthe Busch tin his harn"Jfleo" : a ho hell. bv the Soroptmiists on Mm M P Nelson. Mr and Mrs
art, to
r 1 / r; diantown Adrian Louise Zmn., In money.raising project lor theclubs dance ellIhllll'i by Mr .nd, Mrs Thursday, March 19 at the Anchor- Robert Randolph' Mr. and Mrs R. !McGrt, Owner.
< Johnnie fund! tor underprivilegedchildren Bill Weiss ol tenses/ Be nli and nil *ga Yacht Club. His subject will Clark Sheppard( Mr and Mr. Alt, IIOBE SOUND, FLA.
.' sL j. Thomas Freelove to Genie Highlights of the eve Irish jig bMr' Lynch. bit "Ornamental Planting for Donald' Stewart, Miss Marion
both DIAL $46-4841
.. of Fort Pierce ning were community singing! of Mrs_Hoi..siiu Bartlett commit- Homes Tschischcck, and George Dirtier,
L.IISS -- --
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I Karen Mary Hartman to Marry Am. A
NMI. YfNUi Y asst CM. N
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iNla IIN fu1N aAL(,Meal IY OwNr w I ,uM.A,//Ap[MAL I N MIa1116 MANIN,M IR Ma O I aNN,MI F.NNn I II
t R. James Randall White City CALL./11 A M LILY Sr11NWAY, 'e R kulY. tgall
a .Iln sALtl tent li i fw+N twAa', OIIN Il], / SIN
alco ar 1 wNO I'MI1 maNn t0 ,ncA

Mr and Mrs Ralph Hartman cd as a i secretary with Rick, Inc [unit aMa 116 IAIN[ P AeVlrrtyn n [ant
|Jr.. Lust Tenth Street announcethe of Stuart NNI//
[ engagement of their daughter ta
I Karen Mary, to R. James Randall, Her fiance is a i9i9 graduate 1w

I(son ot Mr, and !Mrs Roy J. Ran of Dan McCarty High School NM. I See Your
I' Jail White City. Fort Pierce and i u co-owner of the nw.ms' I I r"L.
Miss Ilirtman is a 1963 graduate White City Body Shop 'InY race ? "? '* ,
of Central Catholic i
High Wedding plans will be announced In' ourwsrart
School Fort Pierce and is employ- later.charged. 4RIOR FURNn ,
ROorr'Nnl'' I"a,,w.. M ,
I / A rnN
Charles Fasick, h d n a IMnNM1.
Ny M Ar
Champion John Corliss. Jdnlc ,i worn ,uuN ,
Births-Mr. and Mrs Henry Elizabeth Davis, Susan' Warren. n'' f IMUna"Sw Yan, P bum ro, IrYllAen rut Full Service
fry Nlnt' I NW 1
Caroline Rawlins, William ,
Harris a win March 10; Mr. and Carter II I r, i.
Mrs. Leonard Duren a daughter, James Duhherly, Carl Hokc. Mrs I ,
March 1 I.?; Mr. and Mrs. Grady Leonard Duren and hahy girl and .A
Owens. a son. March 13; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gould and baby girl, '

Joe Kirby 1 a daughter' March I
; and Mrs. Donald Gould, JlI rs. Neal Honored
a daughter. March 14 Mr. adn
; Home
Mrs William Moore a son March A t the Outrigger r nu.. Owned.
I 15!!; Mr and Mrs Robert Massing, mHrw'A : .
a son March is Mr and Mrs Mrs. C B. Neal Peterborough I. .
Harold;1 Decker. a''ton,:March 1 13*: Omuno, wtfek.f the president ot .;Lion t5 t5au Ie'A1: [ ] ; .-
and Mr. and Mrs John Phillips, Outboard Marine Corporation of \ ..........,....
a daughter March 16. was guest of honor ,7 A ?1
March fo-Admitted, Armetha Friday, March 13 at a luncheon mnrM arR
Lynn Arthur Rowell, Oscar Gary at Frances I angford Outrigger Home
MM'll saw nln / [ Operated
Harry H. Undreth Edward Bid. Restaurant Hostess was Sirs woH
dingo, Ralph Malmstcil, Mrs. Henry Evans Crarv Sr Mrs. Neil va
Harris and baby boy; dischirg' the house: guest t of Mr. and I Mrs
ed David Forrester Arthur Miller Ralph tviniudiPunctuation/
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I and Dorothy Tucker -
March I II-Admitted, Alexander I11.Jfk arc not required -
Henry, Edna Champion, Hen in the ( hincse! language,

rietta Cummings and Jack Curry nz Wkly FN+tarlY, wFSll sal I, BANK;: !
faf tkRY '
I pR'1 slut:+ n lu r
; discharged Bessie Milligan, Aif Rri a10 IRE sew.PiMAIr N I.u 'u ?y A ,
clingcr Armetha lynn and Edward Bid BEER, WINE, Af I1 IIILI'ILVI ATOP AiW S O RAJ's NAMMDnIi not aM Organ' ," I

March J 12-Admitted\ Henry
Blake, George Fithen, Essie Lang.
1 ston David Chambers, Stella LIQUORS
Chagnon Caroline Rawlins, Inez
Hu, gms. Edward Boxwcll, and
Rodger! 1 inmons; discharged. Ed. .
win Thum Ruhv Cooper( Mildred Free Ice Cubes ,',

Thrower Casey James Genevieve Blythe Busch. !Shirley i Oscar I When you get a loan to buy the home in which your

Gary Joseph Denny Frank DIALAT7 I
and Rausch baby and boy Mrs Henry Harris family will know so much happiness, it can be one of 1'

March I ?-Admitted. John Milton .

John. William Caudle Carter James, Ina Duhberly Logan the most important steps of your life. Home Loans at "

Thomas Evans. Mrs Leonard
Duren and baby girl, Mrs, Grady ,

Joe Owens Kirbv and and baby baby boy girl, :and diseharg! Mrs. First National are made to fit your needs and budget,

ed, Alexander Henry Harry Landrcth -
Alice Allman, Helens Sud x to make home ownership the it should be.IRST111ATIONAL 7n
hoff and [net Huggms. 1100 5
| March 14 ,
-Admitted, Alice Arnold -
Edna S. Jones, Mary Owen, i .' '
Ruth McNeil and Mrs Donald :1: .' #,* I
Gould and baby girl; discharged! FREE ,
AriinS ( lurk George Fithen, Bar .
.1 barn Person. Thorn Evans DELIVERYLIQUORS 'u .
Chester Lawrence Andrew Bloom
Homer Oliver and Elizabeth Hil
I Ilod,

t March 15-Admitted. Ray Baldwin L
Orpha Apple Celia Barr !
lame Elizabeth Davis M a i HOLIDAY I II

!Christensen Polly Haager Mrs.// __
William Moore and baby boy :
Robert Massing and baby boy and FOR I V
_Mrs. Harold Decker and baby boy; s tE
discharged' Stella Chagnon John
Caudle leroy Corley Jack Curry _
Mrs Joe Kirby and baby girl, nm
and Mrs. Grady Owens and baby
boy. I I {I IJII; (I I!rlll ;IIl'l1 I IIr In
March 16-Admitted. Charles
Gibson' Belle Gibson Helen Bar.
hard Max Haher, Elizabeth Ehr- ,
mann, Michael Beatty' Elmer Hill,
Carmen S Lisk. Carl Hoke, Susan
Warren Irene Kocrber, and Mrs. NEXT 1O MMK C1IEK
John Phillips I and-.' baby girl, dis-j .


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Dealing With Contributions and Expenditures
Kids Get T # # ####
Hey a

; ; Adams Spells Out Laws to Candidate;

I Secretary of State Tom Adam- tiles. provides that all funds received '' ---- -- ..
hat called to the attention of all in furtherance of the candidacy .. j "II, ,::4J). I'', iWt'f'l'
candidates! that portion of the elcc of any candidate shall within -
I lion code dealing/ with campaign twenty.four hour, be deposited '
i contributions\ and expenditures. He in a campaign depository 1 hese
I stated: I deposits must he accompanied by
Your l a detailed statement showing the
attention il I invited to the I
: l name and addresses' of the persons '
proviMoni of Section 99,161. Florida
Statute, relative to campaign contributing, along with the SCIC
cnntrihutioiH l i n d expenditures, statement of the amount received
( Candidates should! he particular!) from or provided by each person '
1 cautious not to accept contrihu "Section 99.161((8)), Florida Slat
lions from I each candidate to, ? '
those person and organizations utes requires ; '
I i enumerated in Section t report to his campaign trea'll1rer', : +
\9161(1)( ), Florida Statute, not ''on Friday of each week, all expenditures ( .I II v" ;
permitted to contribute to politi I made during the preceding r 4-'
cal campaigns; such as holders" of I seven days,
Y racing permits, beverage licenses. I "The campaign treasurer shall '
and public utilities franchises 'make a report of all moneys or a +w aw
i I "Section 99.i6U2)), Honda SI;!it- other things of value contributed
ales, restricts the maximum con- to the candidate which re'Qrthall
Irihution a Candidate may receive I I contain the names and addressesof I II
to 51tlll 1 ( ) in any primary or general each contributor d h e !
bY'a: h.t
elation and further provides. I amount contributed as THIS IS the entrance sign at the new Martin County High Schoolon
that" no persons shall! contribute ''well as a complete statement of State Road 76
I to a political! campaign throughthe all expenditure made
: name of another either dircotly "The campaign treasurer' shall
or indirectly file these reports with the official "Any elector having information i. Parties Receive
I '"Candidates are further restricted before whom the candidate n I
from advertising in any newspaper required by law to qualify not later of any violation i of Section Fat Filing Fees
GLIDERALF and publication not publish than noon' on Monday of each 99.161, Florida Statutes, may petition
II cd at (least once per month for less week in the case; of candidate for to the Circuit Court,letting Secretary of State Tom A dm
than a period of three years, and governor and United States senator forth the circumstance thereof I tent $50000) to the State Dem
having a circulation of at least and on the first Monday of The clerk of the Circuit Court shall crane Committee and $15,155)(()
I,000) each month for all other offices forward a copy of the petition to the Republican committee recent
"Section 99.16U-! (!), Honda Slat "The contributor' name and the attorney general who shall file as advance payment from I d
such pleadings as he determinesare fees out b\ ,
address must be listed in a manner qualifying plunked
J.\.Ji: sufficient to assure that mail required dictates for this yean elections
I will reach the individual, when '1 f the Circuit Court decrees The qualifying fee mon I r
Cream Salon the listed address is used This, that Section 99.161, Florida Statutes which amounts to S
with Every /flQlttjftVJDlFlK we feel, constitutes a reasonable was violated by any nomineeor the annual Income of"hece[ :
interpretation of the statute and one elected to office the certificate being sought by the candielau
GBeauty no contributor !list will be accepted of nomination to such office is set aside by law for use )1 u,
I\1UY, INC. of unless it is so prepared shall be immediately revoked or litical parties in helping their m I
"In addition, the report becomes withheld, didates run against those ot li1 I
a public record, and any "Each candidate;! is strongly urged other party
Half Gallon you purchase at the reg. priceBe elector may challenge its accuracy to become thoroughly! familiar Adams reported a ton I ot (,'
with these sections of the Election i candidates qualified for offices I
Your attention' is further invited Code," he concluded. the May primaries He estimate
sure to get your FREE: balsa wood Glider with each half gallon of Alfar-Boulwell Ice Cream Half Gallon you purchase. al the rrg- to Section 10427, Florida total qualifying fees b v Democrats
lor prke! \av can get our Royal, Palm Beach or French Ice cream, and glider for he( kids are fun all spring' Hurry oa dowa to your Statutes which enumerates penal JUDGES WERE !NOT I would be $103000 I (
Alfar-Boutwell Ice Cream Dealer for yours! Or life your' Alfar-Boulwell 1 dkmanlTHIS PROnSSIONALIEAUTYCARE ties for violation of Section 99.161, PRIZEU Nr.RS ; Republican fee I would rota:,
.: Florida Statutes It is noted that Inadvertently the name of Joseph some $26000) after all are .Il'
any person violating any of the : Kelleher and Dorothy Stafford -'counted for
OFFER provisions of Section 99.161, FlorIda were included among prize
While They Last Statutes, shall he guilty of a I winners in the arts and! crafts division I The number of cases ot surgical
Iy misdemeanor' and subject to a fine of Martin County Fair in : swabs left inside patients iftcr]
GOOD of not more than $1,000 or imprisonment a story in last week News, They ,operations has nearly doubled since
VIRGINIA KINNF Owner for not more than were judges, not prize winners. 1959. a report says
Operators six months. 1-----
FRANCES REDDISH "In addition, the nomination or
NETTIE CRISWFIL election to office of any person; INTERIORS PLANNEDFor
I knowingly violating the provisions
ALFA of Section 99161 Florida Statutes
9 1 Now Featuring or whose campaign treasurer You To
violates this Section,
: f II knowingly
\ : EBOUfWELKIAIH 5'1' Pedicures shall he voidUnauthorised. Reflect Your Taste
, I 1 'Relaxing Facials9 licensee contributors -
I : 1 as set forth in Section CALL
: \ INC. 99161(1)I ), Florida Statutes, are
.. Wit ARE NOW OPEN auhject to having their license revoked
The Steele'sHobe
I, and whoever makes a false
statement (in connection with this
( ROYAL Cream. 304 OSCEOLA AT 7.0536 section shall be liable for a per Sound, Fla. 546.4881
VANILLA I Ice jury charge.

Enjoy the flavor of rkh, golden vanilla Ice Cream In the Royal '
a ,,: Half Gallon at a 20c saving all his month! Serve plain or lope If C VOTE FOR
e with your' favorite sauce II', deliiloun. re 99c f 7 9 you

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For really "good eating pleas
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) "chocolate: and chmkful: of i.
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--, d""''''.*. $1.29 Half Gallon I 1 :MAY 5 1964 Primary Democratic

.w 41t1f 1idaa+s..t' a esa. ?WfAd..,,, Ilse: l

A6 LFABOUTWEII Available from yourS I am Isabel Evans. I want to serve you as your Martin County Super

ALFAR-BOUTWELL Milkman or at visor of Registration. Your vote for me on May 5 will be deeply appreciated

if not registered cannot vote
but you are you

; i these fine ALFAR-BOUTWELL The Supervisor of Registration's office is located in the Martin County

:: Court I louse Annex Building. It is open from 9 a.m. to noon, and from 2 to

DAIRY INC. Ice Cream DealersNUTMEG 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays Final date of registration is April 4.

j IIOBR SOUND ----- STUARTSTUART -- .. Your vote is important to me.

DRUG As a qualified and trained business woman, I feel that I can serve you

4 US. No. 1 as your SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION, as the position is essentially -


ST. ONGE MARKET am a graduate of Sleepers Business School of Chester, Pa., and a

IlighwaySALERNU" HENRY'S WESTERN graduate of Pierce's Business College of Philadelphia.I .

MARKET was employed at the main office of duPonts in Wilmington, Del., in
: the
accounting department.

O'CONNOR'S SUNDRIES 1120 Avenue D For the past six years I have served as Deputy Clerk in the office of the

Clerk of Circuit Court,Stuart,ns deputy clerk to Mrs. Dorothy Pierce. I

AlA HighwayCOUNTRY --- JUPITER resigned that position in order to give full time to my campaign.

: STORE JUPITER SUNDRIES I will not hold any other position when elected as your

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4-BTHT STUART (Glad I NTWS Thursday Mart 19 1964 Girl Scouts Aid For Recreation Training Track Woman InjuredIn "
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1 To Be Discussed .
J s: ......w__...'loll ,+, ww I Car CrashA

Plan Courses People who are concerned about I Is Subject of car driven by George Olnctlge. r:. .' "r"
I .
INDIANTOWN NEWS ,'oulhillelln ladiwndwn mil i thirty, of DoerfieU Beach tv >:.
I have the opportunity to h*ar John Kiwanis Talk and a car driven nv Kirby L. Tilli i 'i .w(
Girl I Seoul spring leadership I "
Stewart a federal employe address -
Phone S97-246S .
BARBARA SNYDER Corrwpondent man twenl>-eight of St. 1 ucie
,., course are under way for adult a poup' at the regular meeting i! Dr R M Kuhn Stuart veterinarian Acres Park were involved in a .
(Bv+rwaMkwvw.. ro1M .J 0 s'rs who wish/\ to of rne Civic Club on Monday. j :
now leading, or those I i! was the speaker at the rear-end collision on Slate Road '.
he leader All anyone needs is the March 21 at 8 p.m. 0 o weekly Kiwanis Umctioen moetmg" I 7* on Wednesday March II a ,

Honor Roll Named desire to be a leader and she wiH Stewart, a county icipervisor. at the Seminole Inn on Monday. Florida Highway Patrolman A. /ii j'
will dtHMMs federal aid :for recreation March 9. F. Holt Jr. charged with
"be Olnedge .
to f
find it very gratifying prepared in tndiantown d.
instructors aomrding to Dr. Kuhn i I. a graduate of the driving at a speed too fast for 0.','.. ".to .
: by competent in an announcement made' by Mrs University of Georgia andI/ a I condJ&I IIs. He IUd! he failed to Rl e .: .:
At Warfidd School Girl Scouting Judy 5/w'/ secretary: of the Civic been a resident ef Martin County)' tow down when TIHman tried to ,' 'Ar
A workshop for Girl Scout pwtrot (lull Everyone is urged to attend. for eleven year He M a veterinarian make a left turn onto St I ecu f .' ,ar.ia.i
leaden and atmntant leader at the St. Lucie Park track Canal bridge
RPW Entertain on Route 76 and he pointed out Mr. Verelme/ Tillman >,.
The honor roll for the fourth Gardner David Gill Steve Mc of the Junior unit Cadene troop twenty .. '
is being let up and will be held that the track n one of the best one complained of nock injuries
six-week period jis..irlitM. School Allister, and Billy Kohirshaw District Governor in the world. With '
at Canr u Jupiter Sat her were Timothy one. and )
includes the following studuils. Grade nix,. Randy Wright, San urday.: March 21 from: ::33 a.m. Indiaotown Busmen and Profaeiunaf He believes there will be a hoer Kirby" A. Tlllman, three who were I T
Grade three: Gail Mvers Roger dra Williamson/ Sue Wheeler, Ray- to 2:30: p.m.It Women's Club' held its pital for the horses on the track not hurt.

Williams, Sandra Hcsaw Jay mon /Brock, grade seven: Kay Howard is hoped that arrangements monthly meeting on Tuesday! evening property in the near future. Dr. Damage to the Tillman car wa : ... .
BrilEh: Rohin Gruhir and Barn.Jeff Debra Hancock Beth lull 0 can he made for all eligible girl March 10. at Seminole Inn Kuhn also mentioned that manyof estimated at $80 and to the Ol :

Thomas bill Barbara; grade Mc lour( lanuhan Belly, Sara Fvelyne: Wright, Jiuimla !Sheets to take advantage of !with a vat, Dinner wit served and an informal the horses at St. Lucie Horse riedge car at 530(1.INDIANTOWN I '\

WaJJill Sadie Yralcr. Cyndle Larry May and Mary Jackson, uuhlt experience This of course depends meeting took place, with: Mrs. Le- Track are valued anywhere from
Williams. Pal Clel11enlRoxanne grade eight: Kenneth Craton. Steven largely on the cooperation ta Chcsborough, district governor SJO.'XK to $120,000_() each. BRIEFSMr. 5ki

Taslula Linda Williamson and Jones Ronald McAllister of the parents regarding transportation a' the honored guest I and 1.11'1. Francis Ball of \
Darlene Wright; gradu live: Ricky Wayne Mosser. Pat Gregory and and chaperoning.At Mrs Chcsborough who is from I BASEBALL GROUP MEETS St. Lucie Acres expect their son ki : ,,
Barficld Leroy Moody Cecil i I Paul Lolt.CIVIC the meeting of the Cadettt Vero Beach spoke on membershipand Indiantown Youth Baseball Association and family from Crawfordsvillc
Tucker. Penn Hoover Ocbhie ctUa--- I Girl Scouts a !surprise birthday district meetings held a meeting at War- Ind. to arrive some time this '" r> ,. N'I'I
Shim, Sandra 1'holl1aDennis party was held for Jjamta Sheen, Member attending were: Mrs field School on Tuesday evening, week.. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton K. I i.. aw'"a-
HUNKS WOKkHtSIndiantowo I whose mother provided the cake Jeanette Clements, AIM' Juanita March 10. There n a definite need Walden and daughter Sheila and 'ls. ';[ .

Civic Club>> extends and soft drinks Juanita is now Hooter. Mrs. Grace Sauerwmc i for umpires, coaches and managers Chrmta. arrived late Tuesday night V ., 'iti ( ,...
rhanki to the following Indiantown the Iroop'i new scribe Mrs Frances Rifles, 'Mrs Carrie and the help of many more March 10.Captain. ,
lAst residents for Iheir work at the Since Saturday was the I last Caveny., Mrs Kitty Jordan MM I people is necessary. and Mrs I
rodeo: day of the Curl Scout cookie sale Bunny Williamson and Mrs Jeanette On Monday night*Martin County attended the John Mancha
monthly of
Judy Slier, John Wheeler. Grady in Indiantown the three troops of Odom School l Board agreed to renew the Okcechohce meeting
Waterway Association rnl
001 M Smith, Hoy Hoover, ( harks C'ovington i Girls Stouts would 'like to extend the lease! from April 22 to Aug 24. at Clcwiston Plans were discussed aA \.
Jim Highy Rita Doolit- grateful thanks to all who in any Word has been received of the The next meeting will.I take placeon ; for the Boat-a-Cade to he a: .
''I tie Betty Chadwiek, Uona Howard way made such a huge successof passing of the Rev. J. M Jonesof March 24 at 1:30: p m. at War- held May I 15 to May 17. This 1 5'y
OUR year ..' ....
the sale.
I Alice Curler, france. Miller Tampa early thin week He wasa the Boat-a-Cadc will start in Stuart '
Tar Y.ur Favorll. Drink .
Joyce Coon Fred Burrellc, Carl To begin the anniversary week retired minister and father of and proceed' to Fort Myers 4 ,,. t
WE SERVE LUNCH i Snyder, Bill Carter Hilly Dykes of Girl Scouting, a large percentage John D Jones of 235 Trail Court.Urnn Sunday evening Mr and Mrs.
STUART DRUG CORP. I Loin Enckson, Dorothy !! of Girl Scouts attended' church receiving word of his fathers James Highy had as dinner !guest\ I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones War ;
&uoto a Firsts 01.1 AT '.18Ia Far) hrickson.: Martha IIIhY'1 Sunday in groups This past week ,I death, Mr. and Mrs Jones o Mr. and Mr. Sam Evans of Erie, field Boulevard entertained Mr. .- .. .
JSI. THE UUlL fIIORE Nancy Herman, Diane Gale, Janet marked their fifty-second anniversary left for Tampa on Tuesday and Pa., and Mr and M.... William and MM. Paul Mann of Grove- --.. \ .'
J JI McAllister and Dm Coon. returned home on Friday. Kirkpatrick of Bdirdford/ Pa land over the weekend -.. '.: : :
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i Mr and Mrs. Stanley Moraski CHARUE AR\tS'fR\iG.: talented musician, will be one of a
visited their daughter in
Mary i
\ San Antonio where she is a student number to appear in Fort Pierce Jaycees' "Parade of the Stars"at
BIG REWARD for Smart Shoppers" M at Notre Dame Academy the ampithcatre there at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday night March 11.I
r Bids are out for amateur singers dancers. twirlers, instrument
-: Mr and Mrs Robert Mcllo players and others to appear) at the benefit There will also be an
fef and son are now residing at St. Easter bonnet contest, with prizes Amateur entrants should
Lucia Acres, moved there
having phone 461-9844 nights or 464-1236 daytimes for registration
from Canal Point. Mr. Mello is
RCA VICTOR associated with the United States
Sugar Corporation
I I Vernon Prevatt of Belle Glade and
David McGinnis
Guy Danford of Cocoa is reCovering Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Gross and
from a leg injury at the daughter, Debbie, of Pahokee.
: home of his brother-m-law and Killed at WorkAn
Ralph and Gail Beach attended
sister, Mr. and Mrs Glen Smith.
0 'of the carnival that was in town last
the Caveny Apartments
week and went home with seven Indiantown killed
man was
i Mrs. Myrtle Ruse of St. Lucie teddy bears for their young son while working on a sugar farm
T ri' rr rrHlWWKiW Acres hal returned to her home
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Rogers about seventeen miles southeast ot'
i after a trip to Garden City Mich. attended the funeral of Mr. Rog. Belle Glade on Wednesday MarchII
10 sec her new
grandchild. I I.
er's uncle Frank Burnley, I n
I Mrs George Ellis has returned Greenville. Also attending were The man David McGinnis,
home from Okeechohee General Mrs. Catherine Rogers Curtis Rogers twenty-three, wan pinned under ,i
Hospital/ where sho had been a of Stuart, and Tiny Rogers of I swamp buggyDetective
patient for a few days Pahokee. Hilton Bonurd of the
"BIOREWM'DjorSmartShopprri' ( Palm Beach Sheriffs office
1 i Mr and Mrs Guy Bit-seeker Civil Defense. first aid classes reported that McGinnis was
RCAVlCTORBAHOAIIIDOIIAIIZA left for Frankfort, Ind.. this past started Tuesday night March 17
r week at 8 at the Civic Club i driving the buggy by a canal
: after m
spending several weeks p
... .. when the Id wheel
famous ...........:: visiting with their and I came oIL
? son family the vehicle into the
The Youth Conservation Club throwing water
1 t the Clyde BiescckcrsMr met Friday March 13. in the Civic I' .
RCAVlCTORNewVistd I s i. MoreDeopl.Uwn r .'and M....'James Higby and Club at 430.; All boys eleven to The accident: occurred 1 about
i Urs Highys parents. Mr and eighteen years of age, who are interested s:10 p.m. McOinnlwas woiking
1' VICTORThaa Mrs. E Schultz visited friends in in hunting/, fishing or any for T. ('. Yon.
01' STEREO BARGAIN ? I Ir Arty Other .iraJenlon last week. other outdoor sports, are invited
T.Ievlelott to attend. HR: CALLS
Mr. and Mrs Jess Wallace of
TV Black and Whiq I Ia' = o Fort Lauderdale were Sun d a v The Fire Department Auxiliary March 1: Hales Dairy, haystack
fire and Indian Mound Drive
RCA VICTOR orCerer guests of the Jack Raffertys met Thursday evening at the
: firchouse brush fire; Maarch 8: 391 Semi-
Mr. and Mrs. O D. Hataway note Drive kitchen fire in the
"VICTROLA"* Unsurpassed Natural Color I : entertained Mr. Hataway's brother The Indiantown! Youth Baseball home of Keith Picht and Warded!

te Budget-priced table model Color TV and his wife and daughter on Association would like any new Boulevard car owned by Billy Roy
a STEREO CONSOLETTE 3 Sunday. They are Mi. and Mrs boys m town, who are interestedin : Barryhilt
"console" RCA -
with matching base gi 3 _
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: Gene Hataway and their daugh playing baseball, to stop at the
k Two6't9'spnkmfee. si glare-proof High Fidelity Color Tuba j :i j : : .I ; i
J : ter Arlene, of Stuart. First Bank of Indiantown and !see SAFF I'Y DRIVING
end speaker lift out for 24,000-volt (factory adjusted chassis :=!:' m, ; ; : --.r, : J.J.I: : Jack Dodge, chief umpire of the COURSE IS SFrF'OR ::.
'I dramatic stereo effect( ). Suparpowerful New Vista VHF Tuner -_- a' --=- -- O D Hataway made a trip to Little League. BUS DRIVERSThe :
8020000cpsFra- I Two color keyed controls make tuning I Fort Pierce this week to see his
qutncy Rang. Playa easy StatlcJrM "Golden Throat" FM 1'1 I doctor, who assured him that he The Altar Society of Holy Cross ::1d safety driving i program
all 4 speed*.* Diamond i ia coming along just fine after his Catholic Church held its regular for employed hy
stylus, Audiophll sound OnasatVHFFineTxOlOgcontrol recent eye surgery J. W. Hata- meeting Thursday night March the Martin County school system
control INCLUls DED way, the Hataway't son then 12 at the churchAMBtLVNtCRUN. will he held during the week
; Fr..stucco ThIBUR8ANICIMSNIIlf: drove Mr. and Mrs. of April 1 13. The program will he
Hataway to
$9 95f record elbumt OUR $U 69 95 Mt/k 269' SWIM iq.In.14 picturaROLIABOUT F 51 M'M Vero Beach for the day. : dock under coordinator me direction Department of Van Mur-of

o .) fi ensue r s. ,. PRICE ; Visiting the Frank Prevails and March 4: Konnie Montgomery o Education.
J. P. Prevail this weekend were to Okcechonce General Hospital;
vlrs Arlcy Hicks and children driver I Lloyd Smith i ; assistant, More than 40.0110( ( () permanent
Debbie and Keith of Lantana; James Highy. home swimming. pools were builtin
March 6: Jane Cueva to Mar the U S. last year
I. STAND tin Memorial ; TomTold _
; : assistant l .tld Smith i
RCA VICTOR PORTABLE TV your ore, WHEN I March *. MM Helen Breeden Smokey Say it

'O''All to Okcechobe General Hospital;
1 purchase of this 4eurtti" o ;YIM driver George Whit; assistant.

NewlydevdRCA. w .. -- ". -. : AI Bntch. Fit) IT wASN'r .
i Power Grid VHF Tuner. RCAVlCTORwith way, March 10: Oscar Gary of Minute BOMB Just A L16NtrpMATC4'_
i 18,000-voltt chassis (deaign Maid Groves, to Martin County
avtragt). if Ttlascop r*> .e.o. Memorial Hospital; ; driver I ,
monopole antenna Twsosas, PORTABLE rtiri James Higby: assistant, Tom Todd.

*art Toptrontspeekerdellw rich "Goldtn Throat Maslrtrs.rlr aks.s rsae,, J iiy BIO 19 80RKEN (owraldlagonai) a I CAVFNY: FILFS: AGAIN ,

ton. Justice of the Peace W C
Nowly-devefoped RCA Power Grid YHI'TUner *3portabout i Caveny of District' 4, filed Monday .1
Chassis delivers 18,000 volts of pictura power (design average) -s I March 9 for re-election
$112 88 s"" t.M r Fron"mounted "Golden Throat". sound -It Built-in "V" an- I 0
I wwra tonne adjusts for best signal GIRL FOR BREFDFNS: ::" |

Mr and Mrs. Arthur Breeden
Ths taNTOUUaY.s Jr. became the parents of a four-

t OUR PRICE $158.88 J9'n"? D pound eight-ounce girl on March 0 are r 1 i ie 4]
6. at Okeechobee General Hospital
cur } I The family resides at 210 YahalaStreet Peat gees eaa be rases
: Indiantown. I I isutructire than as A-bombl


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performance. Big 3* : Family Auto Insurance
speaker for rich "Golden L RCA VICTOR will. provide you with broad homestead widow and
Throat"ton*. Easel-type 'II I CARTRIDGia PORTABLE protection: at substantial savings your disability
carrying handle, doubts as .*" I if you have a good driv- exemption application on or before April

(at. lock. 1WOIC. -lor/ '*Genutn*laather case I' leg record. And with the Hartford 1st, or you511 forfeit your rightsto

:_J'. I I 6-transfstor Power < swYUaN name on your policy there it for 1964.
L:: ,
lift" need be no doubt about the
n / TtW fOMPTS3tvatruantbif awe,.,
$14.88 :::.--.. ) Rich "Golden. quality of your insurance. File your tangible and intangible tax
returns -
wit* Call office
.. 1'"lCIInd our now to see if
C ;!L$99.95THE $29.95 you quality for savings on the on or before April 1st, 196-4, or you

finest auto Insurance you MO will be subject to a 10% penalty.

K\CILM\E: SALES SERVICE: ELECTRONICSFRANK'S Anyone Mng fake Mormaffon for the purpose of obtaining
r. homestead exemption will be liable In. a (500.AO f.. ..
{ th month m jail.


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Women's Fellowship MeetThe "SI PER.RIGHT" CHOIC1 HFAVY WESTERN BFE1! ? CENTER' 0111'

WomenFellow'lhil' of the 4 quest',in and answer period fol.1
Congregational Church with their I lowed and mans subjects were din- '
lamilicn, met \Vcdnct). March
cussed 1
1 11 I at 6 pm and enjoyed j a r potluck
I Mrs John MoschcH devotional' RIB ROAST ,
dinner There were fifty. i in attend 69
ance I leader. road several fenptures! and lb.
Mr. Gay' Jerome chairman ofmissions talked about the true meaning of .
presided after dinner and giving i
introduced Mist Jennie Doidgc! of I
Cleveland Ohio guest speiikcr msovusVincent
Miss Doidgc aorld traveler.5pol.e > ITlO/fN Ilt" "SITtRRK.Iir tllOKFMH'
and friends Bill
and showed slides Hithee(
the United Church of Christ on him Nuckles. Jackson. Tenn.. and -' LEGS' ; CUBE STEAKS 89c
1 lb
accomplished in sixteen countries. Brooks Grfffm San Jose Calif -%

-. --._ I are Mrs spending Tvehn.. spring Higbec'!" vacation Vincents with // 2box99c \USURN CORN m) '* MK10 IOINS IREMI ( ut.ni SIMHS

Youth NightTo | mother. I BREASTS < PORK CHOPS 59c"Super.Rigln" KING FISH .m45c
Mrs Catherine Kennedy, Men.June .
Jones and family Mrs Mahcl I II A AI.1.(OOD R\ND SI KTnBACON Choice
Be Held Carltion and friends were recent ,I 'LJOEllr''isPtR(1I-nWJlo''Ii 111.
I victors. from Detroit, Mich.. ;;,, Western Beef r"lE.It 39c
at he home of the Clifford Petts '' '' s MMMmiiss' t'.\1 II
'OR"p ,
At Vero Beach' on I Cut Twelfth Street
i ROAST .59c
Mr. and Mrs Wallace Johnson : SHRIMP 2r JS.169
The annual youth night that I climaxes Youth Week m all Baptist guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred .---:. ., MORTON'S QIK K IRO/I U'\RONI or Ql'H'K I NI/FN
churches i is to he held Suitor :Fmcs Mrs Johnson is Mrs Fmes' i ii 2 lb' phg' 89 SPAG. & MEAT VT,19c FisHISTi 3'1 k 89c
day March 21 from 4:10 to 9 i niece. I p ,
pm. at the First Biptist Church
Vcro Beach Mrs Barbara l Ko/clka received :
a call from her son Ben and his
Young people ages! thirteen to wife tolling of their safe arrival Save At M3PI Special \.\mPRUNE HETTY
of IheI I Palm
twcniy-lour City .
in Green Bay Wis.
tit Chapel who plan to attend,
meet at the chapel on Ninth. BHr.-// Mrs Helen Jacobs Slate College Del Monte SALE
at 130: p.m. for transportationthere 1 Pa.. j is visiting her sister. Mrs JUICE quart
and hack I arl Markel on Loop Road. bottle 39cFruit

Infant Phillip Shamblin i underwent
The Allen Moores
surgery last week in St
Hold I Open House Mary HospitalVeM Palm Beach. I Saw At A&n Special ALL V'\R1FTIFSFRUTASTE
I Iguest
Mrs Fife I em. Miami. 11 .1 Yellow Cling PeachesZucchini
Mr. and Mrs Allen Moore 'who
of Mrs Kate Hundcrlak on I
have a new home in Sea Gate Road
Harbor held open house Saturday I DRINKS for
afternoon March 14 Miss Jennie Doidge. Cleveland 3 $100
The Moores are front long Inland Ohio was an overnight guest of
N Y.. and wishing to become the Gay Jeromes I
acquainted in the area invited Dr and Mrs M W. Neidigh gull No,
their neighbors Visit for and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Corl'''
the afternoon and see their home. have returned to Slate College Pa.. 303 49c
Guests attending were: Mr. and after spending several weeks here MARCAi'lIIriSSUE
Al Riley Mr' and Mrs' Wai visiting Pennsylvania friends
'rl'1jl n Kir i and Mrs Robert I cans 4 rolls 39cf
L. Rose Mr. and Mrs John Golds- Mr. and Mrs Clarence Phillips, I
boro, Mr. and Mrs. William P, Mrs Mary Pacha and Ham Day I
Bishop and Mr. and Mrs Robert Mifflmhiirg!. Pa.. were gnesis of '
Rchr the John Pattersons last week I i} ; Sat At \&ri\ Our V.wry Day hw Kite! Wlll'I'Itl! HEAUTVSHORTENING! '

Mrs I eona Smith spent I lastcdncsihy .,. w+ywa.,,... ...:.
It's A Boy W and Thursday in Avon rf ...: \
Park !She is District 2 chairmanof
For the Deckers Missionary'i Education/ program Joncl'.rk.rG dcn.CinnanlOn 3can49c
was set up for the 10 j j
Nicholas John seven
weighing I workshop to he held in Lake Worth or
pounds lour ounces arrived Sun- .
tiny March' H at V:1J p.m' at I' Mrs Beatrice Huggctt and Brill! ':
Martin Memorial Hospital to Mr Hugoclt Hillsdale, Mich, are :1 SUGAREDDONUTS ,UL.n.'U..I\ PARKER !SATE: AT A l'-JVNt: PIRKIK - -
and Mrs Harold Deckcr'Jr. Mr:'veiling htt'raknt': Mr and Mrs.Lee '. .1 : fIJ' HUll AiR4; 41st' 1
and Mrs Daniel Panaro are the 'I Kahlc Dinner Rolls pl"ririOc l Lemon Pie 39
maternal grandparents Mr and i rack ( dial Soa 2 r. 29cI
1 Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Rose, I blln
Mrs Decker live in the Kahle 1 SPHIU! J1NE PARKER Air C HI.AMV:. ,SMOOIM t'
i Sea Gate Harbor had as viKitors '
Apartments on. CornellCIRCIIS ;last week Mr. and Mrs John Golds Glamour Bread 2,' 43c Peanut Butter 'r; $119 -. --.-iiairii =-=
(.Luli..StrET! Intro, who were en route from II' : ; 1 ; ,
Carolyn Dubbcrly Circle met Pompano to Beaufort S. ('. ,. t SPUl\l4 JvKt: PARKIK IHMSH! ANN PAGE RFil 1RFSII '

at 10 a.m. on Tuesday March 17 Mr. and Mrs Dwight' McClury I Pecan 35c 49c PliA
X ;
Ring 7
at the home of Mrs Belle Kind. and Mrs. Ina McClurv of Inglewood :i .. Mayonnaise 25I.
berg!. Hibiscus Park. wtfre weekend guests of the box of SPI('J\1.1 t hl'o'F.lHUIt I 'A"F ., .
: : ( : SH11 ANA -Rl DSr \RI !F Gl;"ASS ,
Alice Carol Circle met at davle Williams _
Betty tap C.u. "
7 10() March 17 at :: f "".''' ZO.M $ i\: ,tun.
: p.m. Tuesday Angel I Food ;i39 Jellies 3 : ; ANN :
the home of Mrs. May Parker. Though Eskimos.. are born and! 12 : ""'t KIt.1'"m F. Iii"nr,
\ Fourteenth Street reared near the water, they seldom : t WMTJNSIN nf.ORF1)t'1EllbtR ANN PAGE: II mm nAI\'U: battle 19 Ct.

Frances'I girls he Joyful, Grose met at Servants, the Eleventh home, intermediate of Street.Mrs- cold.Geographic learn to says swim The, the waters National' too t. i. -! Fresh Cheese *53c Macaroni ''h.1; Ile Ga/MroMaMat.,. MI.. east,

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Has Won Every Match in Erosion Battle Up Till Now THE STUART ('FlorMi) Nt'n'J!
Former Alabama Resident Thursday, !March 19, 1964 l-T

II Foes Plot Strategy Against the Old Man of the Sea I To Exhibit at Art Mart NOW EUGENE IN GERMANY FORD: JR.'

First Class
Army Private f 1"11-
Ihiu lull be un exhibit of orig ilcsccncc Drumming with this
: "IS.II; pumlimjjs by (:. A Spencerof new mcd l urn. He dater studied gene Ford Jr., whose parents II\\'
I Engineers to I line Estates, Stuart; on punting with I eniucl McDumel in Kobe Sound participated! ii ''Ih
view it the Art Mart Rio, from gifted l young artist 1 111| Birminghamand other members of the 4th Ann> 'n
, Have March IS through April h.Spencer l Richmond l lSpen'r ed Division in three weeks ul f i in' .1 I
HearingOn ";i Jan insurance and IIIlIde numerous sketchesand training maneuver which ended I
executive in ,
bonding Birmmglnm ,
piintings m the t rent Smoky March 4 at the Seventh "r I I \
r Ala until his
retirement in I I9W Mountains
March 24By and the Blue
Ridge Training Center Grafenwohr ( ,,"
Following two visits to Stuart that where he had unturned 'tor a .
The -four veai' .III i
he home and many twenty
year purchased a generation Following his retire-
soldier! is a 1957 graduate III l Stuart '
RAY !McCLUREThe f moved here in March I9X. ment he gave a showing ol local I
d Training School;:
ry Although/ Spencer describes him- mountain scenes. at the Wits End
Old Man of the Sea, who P
tl9d +' Kit os a Sunday and holiday painter Gallery in Highlands. N. (", He
has historically practiced i hIS he hit been vitally interestedin I Inter painted subjects of interest I Need Photo Copies/ for Your
Judo on the long, exposed coastline I art for many )'ears and \\01'' encountered in his boasts. 1 i h> other I Tan Record of 1963
of Jupiter Island!. may be In active in the affairs of tho Birmingham sections oLthuntr), a sort of Barbara Ann Undsry
4w Art Association! for i
for a do-or-die match toon diary of i SHRETIRIU: SERVICE
Flexing their muscles and practicing lfiu year lending his effortsto This will be the fiN e"I11I're.henMve I Phone ,\T 7.4637qs&sja.
the ihlishmcnt of modern
defenses break his 'W a showing (In I II
new to vs ; ; Spencer and
: museum there He wan also activein
erosive strangle hold on the j islandis will I comprise twcnt\ four punt I
the Eastern Shore Art Club and! :: I: :
the Army Corps of Engineers, the. Alabama\ Art LeagueSpencers rags Included are eight ot his
which has never lost a match when mountain scenes, severil New rllu .
hive been
the chips are down and the mon exhibited: with paintings the Alibama Art Ingland scenes and l u number"
available. local scenes Of special interest
ey I fugue at Montgomery and! the I !
Huddling at the Parish Houseon Festival of f Arts in Birmingham, is nostalgic night. scene,. por I Itra q21It
ins the old fashioned l horsi
the island at 10 a.m. on March where one of his paintings received ) "
draw hunsom cub Central P.irk, !
24 will be the Corps Town of un award in 1958I in
Jupiter Island officials county I he artist says he has driwn all New York ( ilv, mil u painting I L
officials, and other interested persons his hu. working. in black and white of ancient presses in the I ohiilchee \,1-i tr' r .I. I

hoped. to will plan drive the the attack Old Man that fur-is \'n ;punimg:red::: :pastels;: t 'til" 1954 did when not lake he 51Ir. oat State Riser Park Jungle near_ Dicker_ I ,",, ... 'AJ;

ther out to sea and keep him out lewd. .i heart attack Mrs Spencer,
of reach of his opponent ..Ihlln a set of oil paints on STORAGE? I
That the group may have to increase his iitt\'.ninth birthday and hex
past weight and strength ';upicd, his time during his con WAREHOUSE! GIVING A PARTY OR
no one doubts. Ever since there -.- -- GOING TO ONE
has been a Jupiter Island, the des.
Storage by the
tructive Old Man of the Deep has Sales Taxes in 7 !
entrenched himself the Lf -
firmly as
Collection: Peak
sole possessor of all he surveys 1YVeek it ( .i--"W

and attacks. f I I 1.1 Sirnughn director of the Month Year KIU
Currently and! as a warm up for t-Innd.i Revenue Commission, said te94:Q
the pending match, the rough and ih.u ,.ales and use tax collections L'SH 11'RMIIIK*: A _
:tae: hat been put 'I t". I Ichriury, bused on January API'II I \Net'SA e OCEAN Bum s STUART,FLA. 1
lock on the south >'u''.ness. Intuited $20821140"). an 1.\, (;.OlDtN'/ (..\1'E 01aAT.7.93OO
end of the island to prove he is y : ? + w In"I\; of, 27.01 per cent or S4ii
still in the championship class \ I no ,
over of l la
'" it ------ ----
First he struck at holdings of sear
Dr. James Arneill of Denver and ) Slnun.hu! Mild collections for the
Mrs George Halpin of Minneapolis iim.nl fiscal year total $147.852KSN ; Lois Pauline and Nell i
i gun",: of $24063408, or
He wrenched and twisted the IY I 41 per cent over the same per t
steel bulkhads protecting their i 5 / 1s f 1 ,od for tin previous. fiscal year Are the I luppy Three
homes to prove that they were a- "I 11"r..ln\ winter business con
featherweights. Then he tore outa tinned exceptionally strong during That will\\ curl up and dye '
trench I 150 feet wide and fifty .I ,hrimn," S t r a u g h n reported
feet deep threatening to underminethe t hi percentage of gum over the for you Come sec
expensive winter homes and sums 'month a year ago was the!
tike them into his watery corner. blithest vet recorded,
Hastily they called Murphy Construction -
Company of West Palm
Beach to break up his practice ses- SEPTIC TANKS
sions. Up went the steel bulkheads SEA ERODES SHORELINE NEAR JUPITER ISLAND HOMfc Ol DR. J. K. ARNHI 11
n.u I'n"
and in came tons of sand
-- -- ---- -- :
to fill the trench and the old DRAIN FIELDS REPAIRED
man retreated temporarily, but to measures that will help the Corpsin go home and forget about the I I U\R('" 30 MtLllM.: : '10 AND RE-LAID
Honor Roll
another area.Farther its battle. whole match"The OPEN: SIRILIS: 1III1S ty 'Saloni
the island, he hacked I
up didnt! fall for
This time the Old Man used! challengers The hearing scheduled for 2
at the beach forcing the removal the looked the Junior Ray Cooke's Septic
strategy. They over March 30 Stuart
of home out psychology as his strategy He low- p m Monday
one completely i
of the the and
of his reach ered the tide, calmed the breakers edge patio on sea City Hull is to open bids in connection Tank Service UmKRISIOIrLIlShN! : .: Open Monday 20 L.: OCEAN: BLVD
the Old Man drumming
gently -
saw was Stuart Junior
last the Martin County and spread a smooth, green i High NHL .ION
Thursday his tho with a proposed street imnrcwcmcnt PIIONE AT 7.0651
fingers on protective
Commission and other sparkle into his corner, as if to I made the honor roll I PVLI.IMMNV:
county thru
wall of the club, and they wen program A public hear OR AT 7-9861 Saturday
"You folks don't have to I !
officials were guests of Admiral say: marking period,
back to the job of mapping their ing will be called I later I
Richard Tuggle of the worry about me. I'm a calm old lowing:
manager ------------ ----
offense for the match.
forthcoming -
Town of Jupiter Island I for lunch ma -, a regular gentleman. I've ', Seventh grade: :
at the Beach Club to discus the been here too"k>ng to have much' But. as of Monday NaturebooXTcs" Rickeyi! Tomlmson.
plans possibilities, and defensive, strength left. Why don't you just i were giving odds that Joy flruns,
the Old Man would come witha
---- up
: i Denise Handy, i
new hold, and remain championof
Thud Howard Bonnie

all he survey. drew Ellen Derek, Gary, /) early this Year. .
Vi LAWYERS: JCRIS1SAM Vaughan 309ctEM i
SALE Mile Alhcrtson,

PRICE PRICE SEMINAR: ON FRIDAY Linda Donna Lowe kostcr. Margy, Chri ( and the rush is on for .
Indian River Junior College and ate Stanger, Janice "vr ,
the St. Lucie County Bar Association Dennis Tweed.
are sponsoring a legal
seminar on Friday, March 20, Eighth grade: John West t Palm Beach 't'tj
from 2 to 5 at Room 203 Bruner Jackie
(Everyday & Holiday) of the college administration pm build- Trinca Debbie

Thursday, Friday, Saturday Only ing.The three-hour session will feature Hopkins, Paul. Katty '

tri! VALENTINE'SBOOK will Lien Henry,be Law as the guest P Trawick Revised lecturer! Jr.Mechanic His of topic Sarasota -,I! Whiticar.Icy Broome Ninth, Mary, Susan grade Lou: Carter Swain $j lIDJ IT ffiD[ ] mrn I

Member of the Indian River Janice Weiss, s1 ,
1 & RECORD SHOP and Martin County Bar Associations : David Hartlap and r'r

::1 329 L. Ocean Boulevard Phone AT 7-0403( have been invited to the er,
seminar as have all circuit and
1M. county judge I in the area, I ASKING {' Schwobilt's '

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<.n Ilif lilHI.l I"i.; IMiilllllif lillillif Ii.'lnlnln ;lrlnln nlnln nnlnln, .lillillillillFIRST Application forms
suit of
by the Florida lightweight

mission industrial to associations Florida 55% Dacron polyester and

'i 3 ciations, and tourism
at who the desire New to York 45% worsted wooll

scheduled April 'STVAJrJ'I s

A midwestem. firm i
I MORTGAGE face powder made from
I Raw material for the 1 l
i is assured, as 25o XX).( I
corn cobs are piled up '
maker 3995
-to. wearer

CORP. priced at only

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1S f. OF STUART .. 21% S I. other Suits from 29.9S

:1 for our early (March 29th] Easter, you'II be wit to pick
out your Sunlomer suit now, while. Ihere'i an eye-popping
Is election! This n Schwobilt. famous f.ath. -weight that
keep you wrinkle-free, cool and comfortable all thru lum
COMPOUNDED wer. .. and this yeas weaves and color are terrific! New
lighter loon as well as mediums and dark* and plentyof

5t3f0 QUARTERLY =I PRE I the handtome new iridescent Alteration free, of court

R = also a complete' selection' of sport coals, slacks/ dtttt

Boats & \ j shirts, sport shirts, and a fine array furnishings and

II IIy accessories.

I / Ppcn Monday and Friday Nights 'Ti19U01'ati1.

jj East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart | / '

ATlantic, 7-0122 a A t:wx..osEr( .rtia. r

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Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce 2 INSURANCE

I J H HOward l-31f50 I torw.f euurr.redr THE CITY

I 1945 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vero Beach | AT ? "r PARKING LOT
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8-C THE STUART (FU.) NtWS Thnmlai. March 19. 1964 SATURD-rontlnnrd MONDAY-Contlaned IS GRADlAIr; Or

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11 IIlol.oI, I''ml,' I."., 1t""I'. ,",",".hl", Aln,.".. Web Ordwav; MOK is' M l, I

7:30. ",..Il "....,,.,.1..1.I 1",1. I...,. "". W"k 1'55u Newa. Weathee been certified .h": "i ,.11,
4 WTVJ. Ml.ml (OBJ.) WITU Roll., 'Sill IMtI.S S.).. I II-I ,7 14tm', 0,00, o.l,.. Mo" "" I",,' 7 OO .... Versatile BloomThe It
4 I'uia-m I l'IOII l <
In.PTV = Bsa' (N.iO.l oh.., I. t Ip s.illoi, 90)04: ;-t OIl'... I IvdavT130 retail! salekmpnvhip .'irwed :
t'h.: ?-K?: : (P.I3.C. The 1 N P"...... II.tlo. ... h..hob. 'ISA-4 Route 44A .. -
IU-U Hollywood 1'.1.
'O-WLJW.Tv. Ml (ARC.) .. hy the fel.Vliion .V.uone. The"BIO. .7 (loS, Hope. I 500,0)) Vnlo'tn -4 hew.HI ., in (Orlando 'ILL-e:7: ;l lI ,
411,11101,100 ,
I". ,WfAT.TV: WI '.' ml' I I3.sek art N.... U not reepowible (or ...hlrOJrsm I 10-11 t imrke. I.." 10.30It I ltltloorh.Iol' .. II I HI.": !1I I instructor ,'I /r-nul. 'II""i ij ( ,

A.H,( I ohsni... .0-,,30?-T.. Twillrbt tw Tw Cone 11Th.. lt.p..lt.. .. I tin-10 tomedy OUt Time Not Pon..tt.55,52IN appeal( : of the amarvllis liesI To prcvemt red-hlotch 'onk the. j pany's Atlunu. M.irk. ':uI :" I InI ::

\V r nNF."nAY Tlll'RSDVY' Conlliiucd/ 14-11 The rrtoe I. Rl.hl IIAlI=1" f. '"... 1t14.S' PeevalriM I I only I In In attracliveneu i as aftowtsr lower bulh in S I I/ IlKIUth> bi I tub

MARCH IIMerrTlna 4,00. -I Moo.). "A ("......1. 11m. II." 10,00A",. ... HlUheockJ iii >-4 Oojuall 10..._ but al.o in its versaulit ala I chloride of OItl'O"ry nolutipn he- | The course was I t.i":ihii ": I

;;; ; 7 Mn.I.. "W..rlnn' 11.1.. "II., IAll. 10.11 Joe.....Plot.. o/ the Week. I Mile-I Mon peWaJeoMfclft.., "(ii the W Walerfnilil Iltn.11t'11 ," SoT Is tool Twlay, UiaK4M I ptont.i 1 fore planting. Jf the fungus ii present -i Gnggt institute( 'HIMHI: : i", I.

(lame. aa Mondny enreptlli ."'.... 10130, 4 Purtr.lt IHk.r w (4. .. II uiirlM; fheiitie4.B4 i The popular flower can star in on (he plants. fight the disease I )Irom in.inn:' ,
.. ,.. "Krlrafieiii: jrCII: range 7 I I I
.. )
Illom. 5.
Msdt, niri
0_4 '10..., $hoBiOO .. it .11 U \\ >. IIlIIr I -1, ..-...u.I with a neutral copper pray of one
4 Movie) MlM. ,Kadlr Thomp. 11,11, ft Movie. ''I'1t. 54....,. n' R"I. I0t4l-IK Malta That (pare 10 Movie ti It .. nitwy rolta around the backyard merchandising cnurvis i I": "I
v- OiiMan of
II .. m lots guflont water 1
tree'lino ... .. .... I .. I wixitn, ttyi Charles Conover as- I! ounce I and their department I:": '' :I.I I.
-"Movie Anlholoe-y 'Tbralre II 100- -' neaUier. lyerte T. .. 540-h.' T....... Show
( Hapnir II((III" -- 11'11.I--1. lI.r. i.i n
It Movie "llorn. for Trouble' II Newt. :::::=:: tR 5tnt i .intont ornamental horuciilturibt Another foe of the amaryllis I salesmanship and, spcu I ii 1 \ .1.1I I .'
10:JO 14 A Winer WopdAt..ios I Jh..." Na. I I II Wnlr. PI.'k... These 1
4.30. --4 Movie( "Hold' to Rmulhar" 11.85N..I. 'Double IndeainllyIItin ,.-. ieMp. tt..fIf.e I with the Florida Agricultural ExtiHwion i! root and Mb rot fungi. shops for stall ,ineinh, i

( 7 Movie. The Hunan, : Loot)," : 6-1 Tonlirht' wllh Johnny Caraon I \.. t.0 Not: Adventure of Rnb.I 444--IO: tartdon C...... Service: Amaryllis can he fungi can ho .laved off hut not Atlanta M.,irkeiin ,
The I
(Kama .. Mondiy earn** |,,48r.mh...*y 'Iro..IpEv.tts in Movie. "Humphrey: llnnrlliu ," I ,t H... iOO4, Mi"vl.. That wirtertul" U..." curJd .team- ( I II
12.15. A Mo..... 'The KMV W.," : =u jinw.; o taivu4tl 4:111: II Ilto.l. No Ii 4 .lielihle Drake UwJ as border plants. In beds, as I hy fumigation or )annually enrolls 'lOll, ih I

I 00 4 Uv.rlrd Trail.in II Untie No. | ,i- 7 Moslo. "TU/'IIII. .'to'" Pi I pu tm n plants and can he grown I trwtmcnt of the soil before si.irt-; sales 'specialists nl I I""tI I I \1 1I
Movie. "The lib. .Punch'4.JO t..00-... N..., w..,.... Iportet lU-R /\-Y- iI Nb'c5MARCH 25 hOilojo list j I ing the teedo or bulbs
4 Movie. Well. "")"'0" N...., WeilherIt S A II I 12 ,,lii* l>la>lii>u.. I Compam prodiitis I 1170k I :" 1 1I

Mo> I., IMeler( and Ihe 01")" Moo. ), 'Aneiilr misS Old I...e.. MARCH II I I HI ..80-4 S.... 1 he homeowner may select red If you want to propagate ani.iryllii I I area.

S48-I, ,.oimur..vNp, I't. I Mon'Ini1,15i Moral'iInNIl ;; ;;' 4 Ame. and Ana> I pink and while or combinations of by cUllage. t lice the hulk into
IIlll".t 11 Cor.rn.nl. i I II Moro). Ios. .... I I ----
E;;;;;;, 51154..ngs, lunrln ol Ait gemealer, "Outline. ofllutory 101... and Weather 10.09-4. llenoeeer I i hose hues for his particular color an many as i\ty pieces, says West. litrl-

... ..., We.lb U N... ,,,00For... Alffi.n.a ,-, Spy WheaIII I Mhcme. To insure C'onovcr lie sure each piece has a Though "
"iOo-4-t "N. ". .,40-14 Arm.d Forooe4i 7 (Jeriaeite a good quality I ..h..11. ,
nus '
4.30 New. Life of many' grealesi \ "
7 Newt and WMthrrin -4 .. 14 Iliwovowti Roloy(5,00N. the portion of the Mem' tissue or busul I
'4 M-l plant Conover
| .
Movie el SI l.. "r.rib v. Flfln) ) 4 Huntley.Urlnkley Retort ( ? MewaKilo i I boundaries .,in' j'I
::". t New., WealbeiII ,. T100-4 (..,1.""'.....11... .to 4 l.arwcnniie Comedy Time -4 I l.uve ltm, beNt 1 amaryllis /grade of "exhibition" plant of the bulb attached U) the

.u. ,II Comment Night Life of I). Hold Coa. 4 ll'il'.luni Laaalrly, t ".,trlll'." nStuarl i M.., llriirin, i.UOI..tI l Other loswr grades lire 'selected" 1 scales. Dust Ihe bulb weJges with of farm lands
4.4S-4 New -W.I,.. C......... T 7 a (Ireua .. ,..
14 I' Wo'l con 1
., .. WonI II..I'I) diseases
ill-7 Nee Hunt III Weelern. ThrlrSIS 1 :: ( ) and "field! run. fcrhum or thium U) prevent
'-7 N.os-iIoststp, Brllaleyf ,
Hi Hun, W..,..., IporwII 11 5,0Tht.ir.. IS I'll". I. K.lIId I
'2! Newi ,,00- I't.tIlmmt. JuniMlonI N. 4:00-4, (lo..l| ravorlueii 01..1.. .. I'.u, 'Ihe secret of stimulating more and set the cuttings in) flats t -lII.E'lur'J: & \11/0/()
(:all)) the II,,,., TtOI-1| Comedy Time i'anee.a '11.00-' ... hcds mixture
... or in containing a
"...10. --. 4 !N. Urlnkley ReportIII 7 Movie.. .. All ll.h. and ,h. RarIII ... Till-14' -Armed FlIrt'.. on r..')." 7 tluUwlliaki, ,.7 n.."MiVilol (lower /growth from your anurylli 'lltOUIlI.i.S'CALl I
Huntlev- ..... 14 ..... of peat or sand
giil.ifnot' I. fiSO-I Agricultural Report uaaiwl G. (cot Ike MiNuan is to keep it on a diet!. Spade in AT 7.33SO
,) I'U.d. lllilhw.y /l-alrol' 7 .Fun CliihIn 101 II Ute Nook: II (Price la Hlirhl ""nr( If the moist I IV RINIALSMUNI ::
U lnniifllK
TiU: 4 Pn....nrd. I.It-I. reeUval( or Faltk I lUll-4, Uiva Soot H.. only a pound of a low nitrogen cuttings arc kept -
,,,4t-4 New.-*.".. Crenklte '.7 -Haltlellnelt.l 'Hi. Lone RanrerTiS 4:.)- -4 t:1.errnn. Lily l III 1 h. MI..IIIK I luki fertiliser such as 4-8-H/ for every smull hulhlcts will form between .IV &. APPIIII \'C'i
lt-7 Newi Huntley. BrImI.yOO.4 -4 G. ,..'. '
FrieeeaItOO 7lou. Huy" II 1 Ihe Ohjerl I. I
71 Smith Vell.y 0... Ihe tllnlatonee) Color) -4 Coral n. a....... 14 PaU'Aeiariuna I IOU( feet of bed area when prepar'in9 ( the scale of tho cut pieces, m I lAST OCEAN BOULEVAR:

-> H..k.. ..""..., HoundXermlit .,too-4 Rawhide. 4 Advrnture, 'Ihot.. II Vlitonr, llai.ilal Chanel Aftereoeavea the bed For the bulbs, Then odd about four weeks Them will hoI
((ilk.. a ('5OOIO "Pork RorI.gINli f Fit. CI..._ ss.'Ski.. i. the Life ,,00---1, N.... for ; aft
of the fertilizer I ready polling or planting
I..no (
html sixteen ounces u
II Ul).l Art 11)_. l. I amain Kantaron 7 Teleaiivu I Y.u t'lraL
7,130-4 (:IIS R.portl '130-4.7 Dr Klldare) II Mornlnn. l'lyh..",.. 14 .'.. Am.....'.. 15 "0IUt. K..Imp..lo".. U.) (Clp' couple of tunes during the growing er one growing itenson suyi the
77 llnllmnrk( Hull of Feme '.? Dr KlIdaM' SOS-IS: Momma Playheiae' III alumina->av. I Ii .5. Keyi I horticulturist
l 11-12 li..l. Mid Hnrrini 14-11 My Three ROM .:ill: 14 Unew: Bob. 5.10S.: 'rho!: So.rrII Html'S lam, -6 Mo.). Dlol M' for MuHearea ,, .." season advises ( onover. i
: 00- .1 10.11) (I'ltty ll.ike Hhow' .too- -4 Perry Me on .,10--' III.... A".I.a" ). 500 4 Vh(, (Sr 'I'.ilna 1..30- ton .iouuitve However i if the soil is too rich
:30 4 Toll)) It To The C.m.r.: Mime, Hon Th. (1t".1A/tIIN'O I AMI SOlD
.11 Jimmy Dean Show 4-t Truth is
or ConMnnem-e' Color) in nitrogen or i if there too much
Ht C There least 154 residentsof
Ihe r.rmrr'i Denehler"lOO fait* at
in-12 tOO-4 Alvln Show so.s 10 Tenne.nee Hrale. are SENSIBLE PRICES,
., .'4 Keverly HlllblllM .iMV-. Haiel. Color' ) 10 Cartoon' Tim. I II ttibla T.Ik rnrd shade flower failure result.
11 h h.. Sn... Itrnt Japan over the of lOll.) The
10-11 MoHalea Navy .. age
7 lhi Hnli.l 11 Mon.),,. Plerhouee 4 The Uvlni WordS 11141-4 Uulilln in shade often ( /iiUNvnnis
". (',. 0,00-4 Th. Nu_. $.... d Iloort(0:05I Lllht Bulbs planted deep oldest known is woman
i..U Urn xyI ill--14 Uncle) Hob: Uil4-4-7-11 N... person a AlA .1.. .... Beach Dlnl Al : ':54( ''
,30-4 Dlek Van OyVe '-7 l'.rry fomo l.ll.l' .,130 -4 Hiiperm.n' ( ).sttit 11.10) M, ..t I 00-4 Love of Life die. hO locate a sunny spot in your who IN I 117 years old.
IOU Our. Man Hiimlnl C.7 M'...., 'theatre f.II'I e-7 Huff, and Keddy Color.! S hlth h't T..d., In Movie. Jeteliel. "Pt, I yard to the
garden or -
| :004 Danny Kare Show 10.11' /Kille Adam. all..) 10 llanjo, Hilly l artoona I Hull'. 8m.ll Vo,,. II ........_ krule guarantee --.. ..-.. ... .. ,----- .
: : --
Klo, mih 10-" Hid C...ar (Alt.I 11 Holler lierlir Ii I 'lotMtantnrahlp HIIII' I : _11 Dabble) DrakeI )best show of flower color.
14 Dirk Powell TheatreIt 10,00Qui... Draw ...0... (10130L...", Up end tat.
100 -10 Tope In $p.rt. tie-4 Stir and the Htory Mon Disease are not a serious problem -
Ihannlnt II 1".,.. 0 unnII'OO.T.IO ,., II..,.. H....... Colon I tIle Picture., W.d.. Fr). TO.I..T,..... I conwil AIDS
11:00 4-4.7-10 N...., Weather, Sport* N.... W.stktr. 1I.rt., lOlJO 4 Ml.hly' 5.,.. | Flernal' LluhtID Tb,,.,. with the hardy amaryllis but HEARING
111 ......-Hill Hhadel, II Ne... ,-? XL 4 (IC.),) Hilile T.lk :>o-l| Pate SmIth keep an for the fungus
Hi2S, I Movie) llr.iillf.il, Illnndu I 11 HO-'II N...., Weath.r. lI nt. In-.. The Jeuon., 1 11 1 100-4 Camera. I 1.._4 Now.I eye open
f.om llathful llend" lliB, -4 Movie. "11.11 (Hrlow.era" 11 too-4 Kin TI. Tin 4 5'..).. 10;...... from It.d Ihork" I 1130-. A. lbi 1"or'' h.. "red-blotch" which forms red
ll:300.7 lonlvht wllh Inh.., Careol II,30'-' lulilght",' With Johnny lareoa ,.7 bennle the Menace f iMt I I-dog 0.. I WI T.ik snots on leaves stems and petals. C All new si)In at sensible prices
III Movie. "Action In (Ihe North ICIr, 10-" l.ruionle.. (,.p., Cartoon It Ji>wl.h Wornhlp, Hour, II Motdo7 II.Un.
Atlnnlle" ,") 10 Movl. 'Csro.r'A", 11 HO.-4 Ho, R, (.r. II 0I..s. 4spi.i Chr.s 1,45--s, It. M, Ou..t.-DI..uu'' Conover warns that heavily Infested Service on nil makes uf Instruments,
If StarlIght Theatre ,-, .Fut-y 11,30-, Ijtl. lit 11I1".1 W.r..h..p. wither and
II M..I. 2,00-4 P..rdft. plants dry
leA o...... 1'1.... 110.1. may up e AARP. RT A special prourtini!
( -7 Let.
'05-IS JIghtwsIaI4,50li M.ke Deal (Color1H .
T II U R SD A Y hI..l. 11 Ueanle) and C.ell f N.,).. ..f Ju.tlre _10-11 N...a before producing any flowers.WEINESDAYCoollnued e !Free hearing test( In home or office
.. .. .
I U. <"fII ..
MARCH I It - ,3"H.u. Pint,
naileries, molds
FRIDAY AllernoeilUOO4 SO7 Kon.lHolland r. BrimheraAfternoon 4-7 The UootoreII cords

I Day I In Court e Phone and mall orders for ballrrlen ami ronls
M.'I., MARCH tt Sky Ott.01)nre.ot.0Pn.lt. ;; !:._,., N... :
()stt. II NtI.Igt.mrpt.. ;; lu ",.. Howard and,) Wamen'l N...
-II .onrt.. ", ,.... Mor.ln'iBame t Vouih' and the ...... 11,00, -4 n...... II I,00 -4 To Tell the Trute Afternoon
1:15-A. 4..o..I.) S.m..l.r. 'OuOlltmi ( u Monday eteapt) 14 C..II.... 'Profile Frontier ('Iron., S7 Lor.tts Voo's Bame .. Monday except)

of Hlitory of_Art' __ __ .(tlS-.4 .nd H.tnrl.. Rom.. Remeitrr" ..I......' oflrstr. It -(.hllrl'4 The'.. .Three HourItllO ,, BtooteaIJtaO T ISA Comedy Wlier M.tlnee World 2:25N.16-11 (I.t.ns.... I Ho.plla 11,11-6 I tou-4 Overlnnd Movie, The I Tralla H..t, Heart" Acousticon Hearing Aid Center

,,00-11 NIn, '.. Tb..t'. -4 Miami Mallnee' II Challenge (loirI1:3O 3:30, -4 Ed.. Of Nlnht" 10/ Movie. Mld.ummer Nluht'a
4 Hnllwlnlile
,10-11 M..I.. (( nlorl : --4 Am.s'.". Hour '.7 You Don Ray Color I Dream". Pt 1
RCA VICTOR 5IMost., .. "("h...... lit Tb.7Mool ,14 Frontier llUcoverlaa) nf In Cloth' "...... 4 Mnoillnht, on 10:"(1".11". 10.11 QUOIn for a Da4:00 / ..30-' Movie. Trlnce gallant" 709 ORANGE A"F.NUEoRT PIERCE 461.3266
..0... f Ihe 11,11,1Is -4 Herret, Storm.I 'S Moo'. 'Nbm'r.It.'.,,
.r Bridlte" Ptt3 aA" _Amerli.n 1I..d.I".dIIoI.n. Toot "..,. Mulch, Oamaf 10 Void'Hpar
Ilt3 ..
-4 1'00.p'n.ho.' 4 'I'he A...., 14-11 Major Alto.. 'l'n.Ilm.ol.n 4.45-4 Pbotoer.phpEv.nIe
giving Color" HI Kalurdnv Hop T .. ,
TV tomhat 4,30 4 Mov! 'I.n.'h' h. II.MII.
( om.uMnd.n.m.II2lS II Know Your llll.le 14 Hwa ot W.....,. Man Reef
'4 Movie) "The Royal. Wedillmt" 1,30-18 Am..),.. ll.nrli.tand, It bl.covery 4 .vl like, Room for Daddy
I ,00- -10 Movie. ) "AII'Kh.n 1I."I.lnK" U Know tmir ruble I '_ID\ \\ Want to Know 7 Movie. "Invitation" .,00-4-1 N.... Rportl, Weather ittfitI'I
11000 Th. Pltt.rI III Movie Rio. "(" '..n K...."' /1.) I
I 4,30'4 lIIovl.. 1.000 M. T.od.r" 1.10-7 Bmathera end NoIi s.l. Report t 0M.Jo.. Ad.... T'.lIm.. .
7 Movie. "(".1.1.( Watnh Mr Wlr.rd I HO-I gpotllKht on Edurallon) ,115-1, N... ." 0-It Comment-Art U.....
,411-I Renaur ....Ih... II llltchway Patrol II I..".. aad I A....'. 10." American N........* .,..aSo.. Hunt-Adventure
e I I .,48-I Kl.hlOf 1.30, -4 Hold Journey. liOO-, Hllile, 1'.1.0"'.. OO--4. ",,,...m.n 11 N... '
: .4 I.one Ranger 4 (hemplon.hln, Wr...lllneT It Rclence AII-Ml.r' I 14 Wool WoodpeakerII ':2ft-4 Weather I'I
II llahlni. Weetker, IperttIvenmc Champlon.hlR: Bowline .II Illpeellnn.Itaa I.." Time ,311-I Newat
.10-1J Clulleniie Golf ( Color) -10.11 N.... I.30-14 AltO NawaS4 Huntley-Urlnkley Deport
',<."'. .. /. .too-4-1 N..., ......... Weatkef' I liOO,,*-7 4 Mnmenw 5)of). '\>One ,30-4 Spoil. )RnerlaJ Feature _II rl.hlni. Weather, Bportai8S 14 $...nf005
Hiirf.lde II Nl.ht Lit. the Gold ConatI
\ "" New. Weather III Ill... ...I' 14 ., -t Tb). I. the RtorySnnlHf
4 Chain.liin"hlu, Wre.tUn. ,48-4 N... Waller Cronklte
) "' MovieAnenle! II L.url and Eve
L- .,;.,. J! 10 and Old Lare" Pl.l' II Rpnrta Hlnhllihta. I:00-4-7 Dtinday.. ..'-Ne... Huntley, Brink. .
:: -,11I.0"K".: JJO--B, I Ut It,,,, lll-ll Movie. ..Ad."I....... of Robin .:00-... 101..., Weather, Iporta 10-11 NeT ..
SIll" 7 {lou,] 7 The.tr. Hood" 7 N.... Weather ,00-4 U..lh Voltry D.,.
-PLKI-X>KMANCl.!; FKOVtIX I. Woos....... Wool.,. III ..... 10-11 Prore.lon.l Bowler.. Tmr .,30-7 NRC 1>1... CnaoreI Id Movie Mix) Dnnverou.."' I lThInh.rry. H.u04

.,30-4 Ro.t of the .... .00-4 Battlefield' N1IO N... Knnore: II Boon. boon. KM Hllko
4 "Lei'. Unnce II 'Top ",.. Bowline 4:10-11 Comment II Dial Art Oreea
RCA VICTORoffers S Hunl.-HrI"kl.. It.por4 14.11 World at Rnorle 4:00: -4 lawbreaker 'tia-4 Four 8Ur Bporta ,,30Ch..nl.l.. .
10 Nliiht 1'h. J.t.o,1.IA I.lfe ft I). Cold 0...| 4,30-.1 M"ort. hl..I.1 ..7 Wonderful.. World of Golf 14 N.... Weather, Sport '.7 The Vlrilnlnn (Color)
,00-4 B.UIoII.ld It 10-11 Adventureo of OiileHarriett soS
11 Bilenre All Hlar.,
.,404 Po.w.-WSat. Cronklte fJllihway
..7 Mr N,... -ao-
i Patrol
a ,., N.H...,..,, )rInk.yI 4:30: -4 Twentieth Century
10." World of 1_ 7 New Orlean. flolf tournament.. ::2B-4 Weather liOO: -4 FYI
ONE-YEAR WARRANTYon t: .,30Plo..ra It 8:30, -4 N... 10-11, P.ttv Duke Show
ltInChr.n )f_ O.I'nr.4:50I All-Blare'
color 7 Hind RosA u DangerEv.olnf .. 4 Huntley.Urlnkley Report ':10-4 Huipenne.
N. .
all :
pans including your 1:00, -4 Hold Vtor.WcJ1a2i1ooo. T N...., W.athe. The ..m..'. r>.nu. "hter
tubel I l> Nliiht Life' on the Gold CoorS -4 Beverly Hlllbllliea'
.[,.00,-4 .N.. .... gporta, Weather !ll : 0StIRIS I ._4 New.-Walter cruiiaite 1'0, F..pi oow.
O'l-Nom.-Hri.r Brlnkley U.n CoSt,
",,30-' Hawaiian Eye All'' Pro' ..d
0,30-i (7.5: CoIl.; ..OO'Bo.l II New.-Ron CochratTiOO _4 Dick Van Dyke
TV (1..11011.II T Kim,.Id. Forum101m.i.t..dAnont -4 Mr. rdIt 10.00-4 Danny K... Dhow
Nt.l. 'j.I.I"' ,
Jimmy Htrlikland Rhow 1-7 Eleventh' HourIff ,
.a-.6 1',1..ntlu.': ( Fpl.son' ',
iii II Top. Ht.r 7 HhicnrdII Dirk Powell Theatre
7:002 lII..n.nl, ,
one) APHUANCESlleadqartcrt StSII-7 C.m.r. | I Hurhway' P.trol II Ch..ttit.lliI00'4.54IS
S 1I1."h.HI.h.,.,, ,,'_II flihlnc, Weetbtr, gporti 7:30, -4 To Tell) Ihe Truth. N...., Weather, Bporte In Florida.
for -!.!.. U ri.hbc, Wutker, HporMdOO .-, Movie. The Rarera U New.-BUI ""., .I .
5,50I 11..U., 10.11 Outer, Llmlla 11,1 _4 Movie. Horn, RrckltW
It "Living Color TV at.,',. ':00-4 I'.. Got a Secret 11 I ISO-' Steve Allen Show _
':30-4 '.uo. fhiiw 7 Totiliht with Juhnny '...,. CC.I.I)
725 Cotirrado -D.7 Moot the l'r.". (Color' ) I ".11 W..nn 1'r.ln IC.I.I) II) Movie. "K.. l,.r ." after
CHRISTIAN-, SCIINC It Miami Pt'... Conrerenr, .00-4. Dooty Thomas II gl.rlluht Theatre bowling beer is natural
II ChRft, I".hlp Urldire ,30-4, Aoy( GlrIIlh lliSO, -6 Movie ,
RADIO SERIES t:0t: -llt W. W.nt to" Know .
s-7 Hollyood and the Start I Oft-II Nl.btwatcb Movie
Ii ',1_f BeebuniIII II MeHiilea Navy ',)_II Mn."

CJ666: ., All-Pro' HoorehMrdi30 IOOO, -4 E.it Rlile-Weat Bide After you've bowled t game or two, or when you're winding up
-'4 H w.llMn En. 5-7 Mllrh Miller
RADIO STATION WSTU t Cnn''.., (ell.I Projection Five (.It.1 10.11 Hreikliiv. Point the evening;at the neighborhood bow ling center it's good to relax

EACH MONDAY 7115 P.M. V ill 1 P1.1.1.II..tnoIp, ,.... lI'OO-.IO.1i 10'.30-4 Broadway Now Ooea, L.tlB Weather.A FOR SALE with friends and compare score. \\hat better way to add to the

II Nlintllfe on the Gold C.... Ilponl.ll12oj. sport and the sociablcnew than with a refreshing class of beir?

Almost Listens To 7OO,.,-Rill 4 Laa.le Dine RIo(Color,. IIhn... .. Ticket ,. Tom. Home located in However you take jour fun-beer .Iwaji make a welcome

Everyone \V/ T II New. (.....'lI. Weather 10 Mn.I.. "IIo'hnlon and the Robby Stuart Schools. addition to the party
S U ..
',,1 0-4 My Favorite' Mania* So.. near
W ..7 Wait Dlaney (Color) Your familiar of beer !
RADIO 'STATION 1..11 Pltttlr.to4 : II.2'BO-Ktnrllcrht II Movie Theatre glass s also! i plea l1rahle reminder that!

"- 1 Fd Hulllvea Show 1,08-10 "..nl.b Newi 3 3BFDROOMS BATHS, "e live in a land of personal frcedom-ind that our right to enjoy-
4011' Orlndl: 1 II Nightm.otoh' Moo). beer and ale if
MUTUAL NETWORK FUlL TIME 1430 K.C. "l.ll Arrrat anil Trial ,0'-11, Moni.TUESDAY. aNl: R.\(. AIR CONDI'HONING we !to desire, b just one, but an important one, cf
SOQ-4,' Judy Garland' dhow those personal freedoms.
b.T Botiania AND IIEA1'INC.: COMPI -
10,110--, Canuid Camera
MONDAY thru SATURDAY 7:30 SUNDAY SFRENADEI 0,7 OhIo of the Week (Color) MARCH 14 .ETE SPRINKLER: SYSTEM In Florida..beer goes with fun with relaxation!
U Movie, (a.nbliincaI
Good ;; ;
MONk .
I 6:30 NEWS AND FARM WORLD Chamulonihtp Uiiwllnir Mornlnfill : IINITED:
.O,10-4 Wh.ta ...., -4 Sunrl.e 8......... "Outline of CALL AT 7.0531 BREWERS ASSOCIATION.,
11 6135: S-rATE NIWS AND WFAnlfR .5 Howard K. I'r'b' the HI.,..., of Art .o.IOUiJ wwrw rARK.awiu
I 6:40 CLAV'S CORNER TO I 11.. 0-4-0-7.1(1( 1'1.' ... W..u.... gporta ., _10 Molly Tumor
i II N... .'20-10 rlomemakera.. P... :-- -
I News every half hour Itll, -4 Movie. Rnol. of Iteaven"Movie. ':00--4 Movie. The Muillnrk", ,
11d. I M.lrln' .1.( own"Miami 7 Movie. TortlllK Hl.f l t'I. I
Your Mlalrdtt' at 7:45 IN i .....r.d AlUrnoon.

TO I WNlhtt at 7.0J.. 113. II (1 0:.;,torts of the People Rame .. Monday eveeptl
Weather 1'0.-11' NI.h'.."._ No' 1
Birthday bow IIjlllpltal Reports. at ':05 011 ..u... No I 12:II--t Movie. "The Rklpper Rurprlaed

10:00 Local News I'' 1,00, pNd 10100 - - Illo Vifg'IIOO"4 Love of ..l?. iiiiWiiW

I Nallonal Ntw. MONIJAYMARCH t AntholoRy Theatre'

'_ *'> "__ 'N"" _____ _. J3 ID Movli., JeirM- Pt |
I.30-A Pttblle p.fender.
MONDAY thnt FRIDAY SATURDAY Moroln, 4,304 bob.. ..lIoh..."
"._|., Continent CI.Mroo.ill 7 Milo 'I'" ..1..1 Htramrera'"
., 8unrl.. .... of ItOOIt lone. II...on
10:00: Hers's Barbara 10:00: World 01 MURlc SUNDAY u._. a"d totss". .,30-* ".ul.. Kid.lvonl..

10:1S: Bulletin Board 10:1S: Bulletin Board lng

10:30: Hert' Barbara 10:30: News 11:00: Baptist Church (except lO0-4.I Now. Weather. Bporta _

10:35: World! of ldus/c/ Methodist OQ 3rd Sunday 7 Newa, Weather 0.J
10:58 Sloct 10 Movie (II,. rlllnen( Kane" Pt. IlilO :
: Report 11:00: News t1 f each month) _-.11 Comment, i _

11:00: News 1105; World of Music 12:00: Sports MOVE ItlS 10, -N.7..Reahimt., Weather. ioertili i1

11:05: World of Music 11:30: News 1:05: Sunday rmadCl .li -N.wt Woothpo j ''I

1 11:05: Women' FozumWed( only) I 11:35: World of Muslo 12:35: Lawrence Welt ,30-4 N... ,

National News 1:00: Sunday Serenade S Hiintley-Brlnkley. Report _
11:30: News : 10 III..."..
22:05: Martin! County Newt 1:35: Sing Along With Mitch YOUR TV $fl 11 Niiht Life of the Cold C...,
11:35: World of Music .,.-4 New.-Walter. Urouiie
12:3: Martin Co. Ar1. Agent 2:00: News MUWY. 12 N.w.7aa.4 /1

12:00: National News JOO Newt 2:0.5: Sunday Serenade R.d 1I..lt.n
: 0 Y..' llgn I

12:0: Martin County Newt 1:05: AfternOon Show 2:35: Sunday Serenade 7 10 Mm Poop)...,..,'II..Inn Mu.... 5(017' ):l ,.. .::: :

12:30: News 1111: Martbl County MulCumt 3:00: News 11 HI.h.... Patrol e

AfternOon Show 3:0.5: Sunday Serenade TtlO-'., ..... Novak e
1:30 &
12:3: Luncheon Melodise! : 10.11 Combat

(School Progrdtn Tues. only) 2:00: News 3:30: News liOO, 4 /III,. Know. "Up Peri.rone"IJO
5 Serenade I You Dont Ray (Color) H'-
Show Sunday
12:55: Stock Market Report 2:05: Raid ; 1 rrartured. rllrkrre -
2:30: News 4:00: News 10-U MrHnle'a, "KavTI -
News :00-1-7 Rlih.ril Roone Show
1'00: 2:35: Road Show 4:05: Sunday Serenade lii-IJ, Or.ate.t Show on Earth

1'0.: Afternoon Show 3:00 Newt 4:30: News 1CHANNELII/ tPolor, )
: .i30-4 I... Renny
3:35: Top Tunq 'tiJ 5:00: 3:0: Road Show 4:35: Guest Stat 1, Dick Pow.ll, Theatre Congenial, relaxing private-yacht atmosphere, gourmet food
10 00-4 Garry Moore sIb ,
5:05: lock Market Report S:30: News 4:50: (heart! SessIon VASTER"Golden 4 III.. M.. In W..hl".n I

5:50: What' Going On 4:00: News 5105: Here', 10 Vets 1 7.,Ri-ll Aty(Trlenhon.Willi.. HoHjOOj4t.7.1t 1.1t...._ ., 'r.lnn) superb service on the beautiful Luxury Liner ARIADNE

Florida State News 4:05 Reed Show 6:00: National News II I.-II 7?,. )'''.111..
5155 :
: 6:0.5 State and Weather N..., Weather.. Baertalino helhryou'fI Invtllnf alone,or with hmiiy or'fniwh! you'd ttoroujMr! injojr THIS cruIse I AII-lnl-dlsa! iccomm:
: New |
6:00: Martin County Newa 4:30: News dilioni..100% iir-otnditloi4il..rod4ri! swimming ao ...gKlt; 1IIOIb.....)" mdrtilimenL tlrt,,, rtmrin.tviriljMI .
I Cross Fire"Installing N..., wM> .
Weather Acl'Olls NatioD 4:35 Road Show 6:10: Sunday Serenade 1 ke a r., ,
6:10: : I I :a_4 Movie. Hilda ('ra.." 208 .*UiW lUwwei p. pIIIOn;M salnsUau Clltiftcallllluir" ka U.s. er tanadia:
6:15 i: Hook. Line and Sinker 5:00: News 6:30: News 11,30-4-7 T.nl.ho will ob.." Car- ciUzens.

6:30: News 5OS: Read Show 6:35: IImld Or Truth a powerful Golden Ti'; ,...10. "T lnfrwn'in 7 CLORIOUS DAYS. ALL-EXPENSI kw Mft )!..

7:00: Fulton lewis 5:31): ( News 7:00: MusIc Cross" Fire is actually like moving Rt.rllo4tt TIooo, looMing ship ..110II1.all' mill and wKkUniM .
II 80-I Mo'"
7:00: laycee Spotliiht (Tues. only) 5:35: Road Show 7:35: Lutheran Hour your TV u-t miles nearer the I..) Rpanl.h N.... PUERTO RICO enel the VIRGIN ISLANDS *r NASSAU. BAHAMAS erie) JAMAICA

7:15: Curtain Time 5:50 What' Going O. 8-05 Word in Review nljtion.. You'll sets sharper clearer 4.011 1-11 1110'NI.h",-"* _OI, Mar. 13 J7, .ar. 10 24. MIT. I. 2Z alternate, FrIdays Mir. I, It); ..... 3. 17, MJT I, U i utemati Fridays!

8:00: News &. The World Too., SU: FJ rid, St.1t toIDWI 1:30: Sport, pictures on all channels.WilcpxHardyTV. - th.r..tter to SAN JIM Pun lice, ST. THOMAS, HitTMfUfte, NASSAU. 11111115105, OCHO lies,.!tIlllIC"

9O5: IJIsldo Boob 6:00: News 1:35: MusIc From Beyond Th. WEDNESDAY MARCH: Virgin UUnift. I (Ocht ....slit.M amIgO; ...i.. poT inoMIO)
Musto from Beyond the 6:05: Road Stcv Stan .tlJ 10:30: I WrIIot.......c.c.r...........,...10. I
9:10: 11.1 11:2': M.nl.rIB.m. I CHOICE SPACE STILL AVAILABLE FORFRIDAY'S .... ---...- .....,,..,' av....." .
7:00 Party
Sars 'tit JIDO: : Bongo /enlih CE Dealer -
( .. .. SAILING
Monday _11) KASTERN

11:00: Nadopa! State and Local: 11:13: NatioaaJ, Slate ?4cw9 aDd 10:30: News Fhnfie AT 7-3242 .'48-11 5.,.... "r'.I.... (.......*.) MAKlaESERYATlONS NOWI ** a I ... ,......STEAMSHIP.. ......' '.. .CORP.- ....... ..... .....
W"thcr IOU: Stat, News Weather :00-4 II. .. M>M T.tlotk. Mill (-
News Weather SR 707 JenMti tUewh. 11-." At taninat frun downtown Mltrrrt pier t : : or oty.t.,

11:10 Sip Oft 11:30: Sian OU 10:40 Sip OU ........ Deatk of a Dream* t.. ; .=J



) OLPLH: ,\TE CLUB; MITTS tx N II TILE STl,ART (Florida) NFIhunduy '"
I larch 19 1964 ..,
Ocean I'be Friday I Duplicate Uuh met Trailer u ;: !
Breeze Park News I at Clement; Hall and twelve tebleaplayed Idr Holiday
The winner tar North w,in. I rang I 1'11I10,1.I N V I I
Mrs Roxjr Enfield, Correspondent awl South were: Mr. and Mrs r 1 aW.vt' Park News Notes oil lo their home on 1\1\111.1"i I IJ "

tiMraa7 tra rvnaar aluq 'swanr" +ylw VV". r""V""',. ,mvr -..- PMtion. first; Carrie Teal and I inu's Ven and sister i I I. ,
Thelnu adweH. second: and of Elk: Point. S D. who .It<. spII ,
HuUah. Tyler and Sue Bessemer tN5.S.
the month of March H.
Camera ing In
Club Installs third: for Fast and West Nan f
Can bell and Ivy Smith first i Mr ind Mrs. HinllVnghl' of diy spent several days IIn I II ,
Al Cone and Lou Tanner ,sooond. i:' ('mcmnui Ohio. "'i'11' I I"xir days I throughout! South; Florod.1 I "I'
and I Mrs "King and Mrs Tc>ka\h. with Mrs \\fJa/ht'/
Officers for 1 964-65 third! v v Anna i 1'.Hlcl. list week I I Mr. and Mrs William '-"Is,,[

I Mr and Mrs Claude Idles have who havo spent the winter ,,' I ,
PERSON VI"" loft( the park and returned I II) their ,
hero will leave this weekend' I
Tho Camera Cluh I home in Dndgelon N I I heir
held its annual ed the program managers for the Mr and Mrs McClurg have SS their homo in Elk Point S f)
potluck dinner J W : daughter nliw came donut t from
Thursday eve. next season Boh Barrett Doug returned to their home in Pittsburgh < fr'5't' % J4 visit
rung. March 12 Biidgeton lo spend u
Blyth Jay Bohannon Leon Eastman Pa. after a ten duvs visit
and then them home Federal Drug Administrate' '"
Lila Raddmgcr and her commit and Clyde Redd ngerWoolen with Mr, and Mrs. Dave 0.1I1Ild. accompanied
tee! Carrie Jaxhumer. Maud Bean son ,In plane spectors report nearly 1.(000 '"
and Florence Le Due. did a splen Workers j i Mrs fred Bowtti his been vie!Ions for nonprescription: sins
did! j juh of arranging the table and Mrs Bud Sheppard from New i I eetnlmeil I to her mobile home the of pep pills and goofhills in he-
food! and 10* members and their Honor Instructor Kensington Conn., and Dorothy past two weeks due lo illness. list decade.
wives enjoyed a delicious dinner Aker and Mrs Howard also from Mrs, .Ann Hiuser his returned -------
after Ralph Ont hid offered! the On Thursday the Woolen Workers Connecticut. are visiting their mother I lo her home in Jaekson" I\II.h
invoc:limn. Cluh had a luncheon at the Mrs. Sam Powell 0 n Sixth buries f-usiek' who his been
; :
Following the Outrigger Restaurant in honor of Street ill' in the !M I irtm Mem II ml IIpitul : ,
Neesttmd meeting Mary their instructor fur t the season 1n"w at. hams, His ant i
F the" I and Don Wells sung I reda Peterkin and! they present' Mr. and Mrs Ljman Hirrcll Ralph and \\ihum. who hnc, seen I
them Hirehfuld! accompanying ed her with a beautiful orchid from Fm aria Va.. spent a diy I here returned lo then h'nn's III i
on the p um>. Master ofCeremonies. or 10lIh Mr and Mrs Luther '
, Jay Those attending were Freda Peter New JerseMr \'. I I
; with few Bohannon entertained kin Anne Buck Jane Phillips, Weeks and Mis. J, F.I ( htiiam' of l

presenting a the retiring choice officer storiesin Jean Slurrock Beth Ortl. Fern Mr. and! Mrs Russell Yokuni O.IIIu. TeX. were guest"Is ,'I l \l ti,
BobBirrelt. second vice president Rowe. Ha/el Wilson Gertrude from Westfield N J.. arc spewing A rya I and Mrs (llford' (',1111 ph,II I Inn i r
Wickes. Minnie Wurncs. Nellie last week..
('hff Ogle vice president and Tom a month in the Bollon cabana on three days &
('ark president Grunt and Clara Pfmgsten. Someof Fifth Street Mr and Mrs Jess Toll.ind "M
Cook their work. huts and sweaters Niles, Mieh. were overnight!! guests
livities of gave a resume of the ac-. will he on display at the Arts and Mrs. Mildred Casey has return of Mrs Rind.ill lust 1 lndi\ I ups,
a Arr.r
He thanked verylcce..ful season Crafts Show to he held Friday, ed home from Martin Memorial Mr. and Mrs, (", leek ot Bild- .
all for their
co-operation splendid Saturday and Sunday at the clubhouse Hospital where she had stirgm/ -

Then the master of ceremonies Mrs. and Mrs I Lloyd Roekefcller A\\OUN: ('INOKIOPrMVC'
introduced the incoming officers: I Mr, and Mrs Koitz and Mr. : ;
('Jaff Ogle president: Bob Barrett. The Pinochle Club played at and Mrs Wmcg ird I fro m Red Our Recipe
vice president: ken Yarrity second! Clement Hall Thursday afternoon Hook, N, Y, have been the guestsof ... MIRHINF' KrNNFIS: '
I Door prices went to George My I For Iteanty. .
vice president and Nellie Cook .
Mr and Mrs Russell I -
Cliff ers and Mrs John Fagur. The Speck John K. :\Io.Icy). :Mgr\ \ .
secretary-treasurer. Ogle nam.
winners were: Bruce Morse. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Temple THIS "POWDIR PtFF" tree, one of n number of decorative mncn like spans, graces Mcmorul Bourillng flay Reek Ingredients: You, plus our
Sheild Ralph Ortt Percy from Col ram. Mass? have been Pork in downtown ruiurttaYN9'v Month know-hi>\V. Mix: Finest products .
lines. Ethel Jones. E. Henderson visiting Mr. and Mrs Scamehorn. t und! equipment. Add: A
Marsha Morash, J. f. Jester A. - -- .---- -- ------- -- Otwdlcnre Truliiln( dash of our taste and
J. Cote and Frank Zischcrk Misses Neva Bell and Mabel .. I
'1."" n vxa waeos' +q.ja\ served I hose! altenfinier,' Mr. GrIN,11I1tSolO and In minutes, there s a
Stmion have
returned their I
Home Loan Talks Mrs. Peggy Burke and Mrs
Gladys 'lave gave a JC 'oIrt.hri"ge home in Philadelphia Pa.. aftera and Mrs Ice Sioekttcll Mr und I S. Federal Highway lovelier youl
pirty Thursday. afternoon ul Mrs visit with Mr. and Mrs Clifford RIO NEWS NOTES Mis. Junes (GosiKV, and I Miss i fort I Puree .Phone 4
Burkes. Deerl8\ served with Preston (hrislene Kchorl ., _.
by don l1eroltlCo" -- -- -- I FashionetteBEAUTY
most attractive favors for each By MRS C I. HtVSIlY: \ r 7 Ir- ;

guest pocket mirrors Four tables have Mr returned and Mrs to their I..ulherIa'on home! hereafter .."............""" ....",.... *gswM JII Rla .1I ltla lIIj. ..:t'W v1w1008c'. ,.a+rMaq
engaged in pi iv The winners were
r a two weeks visit in Bunker SALON
\ $ Irene Finch Flo Preston, Minnie I
Is Held
f Farewell
Hill, III
/ (\-.-_ jHOUSE Shaffer Dorine Peat Ness Moore Party i Contact: 605 TiUORtDO AVENUE

,\-/.. f'"DftE'AM Mary Weeks and Rony Fn field, Mrs. Warren A Coleman his SIVART, IXOKIIU
> -\.I. The traveling prize went to Irene returned to her home on St Simons For Mr. and Mrs. BrunotFriends
\ Finch. Island Ga, ,. after a visit with ALICE C. SMITH Open Mon. thru Sat.

j;, her cousin, ( htrles Enf eld.
Clyde Reild nger is in Martin of Mr and! Mn. Reuben been an ardent fisherman for years' 7:30: o.m. 5:30: p.m
ezWhen r' Memorial Hospital where he underwent Frank Babcock is at home again Brunets met at the home of Mr. on the Jensen Beach !bridge und LICENSED TAX CONSULTANTAT MARIE WriS, Owner
fOR ,\\]; surgery and is doing nice. after recuperating at his and Mrs C B. Hcaslc)'. Rio. on will he missed by the friend
iy, ters home in Miami. daugh.I' Thursday evening. Much 12 for who fished with her. 7-OI08() ANN MURLBUT, Operator

a farewell party. Cards the OR WRITFl BOX 3W, PORT S\IIR\O, RID Phone
Gene Hoke" is in were played during 2874999
mortal 1 1 but is The Brunets! nave been winter evening and refreshments' 'were
Hospital expected<
.. .
home in a few days, visitors in this community for many u '
your years and have been residents for
Miss Janet Moir I is visiting her two years They have now told .
I sister. Mrs Gladys Stevens. their home and are returning to t t r
heart's fire I Frcnchlown. Pa. Mrs Brunol has
on Gordon Garms from Sarasota
I spent a couple of days with his. I
mother. Mrs Bernice Garms.
take a cold : Civic Club Holds BACKJACK
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dodson and Dessert Card PartyA
I friends from Meehumcshurg, Pa. I II

clear look at the I I spent!Shaffer some Williams time with Mr and Mrs I dessert-card party was heldon
March 10 at Rio Civic Club

LESSON NUMBER ONE I I am very sorry that Mr. and I III with Mrs. A F. Markus In chargeof
Mrs Harry Bonne names were in. refreshments, assisted by
mortgage If you're a breadwinner, I advertently left out of the list of Hubert Klein Mrs Charles MrI.//
you already know Lesion those entertained! at the golden cock and Mrs. Reuben: Do 4 5,
No. 1 in family finance: I wedding anniversary party !lIven The door price was won by 1
You may live in your home for keep earning" But whit by Mr Hoke.PFRSONALS. James Gosney and table prices I
decides, and you'll LIVE WITH you may not fully l reiliie i Miss Chris Kehort Mrs. (' M"//
It that your earning powercould onrad Mrs Dorothy I. Iy
for .
THE MORTGAGE a good pended be it indefinitely my time..uaI by Mrs Marguerite Fcchiin M I

ninny years, too accident I or illneie. Ask Mrs Ed Barnctt of Rio his re. Mare Men !Mrs Catherine
about our Non.Cincella- ceived word of the recent deathof man and Mrs Freda Sehlimm ,
of Vera
First Savings
Let ble Income Protection her sister-in-law Mrs Peter There willIe\ no activities at
Beach advise and help you with the plan Buis of Fox Lake, III Mr, and the Rio Ah during the week ofMarch I
financing of your home. They can Mrs Bids were residents of Wav. on account of Ho I v 4i i', C t,tS
R. Johnson erly Avenue Rio, when in Florida Week The next card party will heon I y 1, ,
"worth mil.
counsel i
also" give you S
April 7 The Martin !\Iel11l1r.1 1 5 'FJ
lions" about the property it'iCIrlecllu.e AGENCY ial Hospital benefit card parly will :
Mr. and Mrs AI Schutte: of II ir. \be on March 19 with !Mrs llenrv I r l '
\ they re just a\ anxious tom First Federal Building bar Creek, Pa, are visiting Mr Spencer as chairman. I )$E
..ke loans on the hcst propertiesns AT 7.3366 and Mrs. William Power of the I
Realtor and Insurance Barnett Apartments, Rio.
you are to own the hcst Mr and Mrs H. E. Stange of -
XTTNA Chicago III.. are spending a month;'
You'll find! First Federals\ service 'iff( I 9 AW sumn COMMNY > About 10 per cent of the licensed with Mr, and Mrs. Ebner DeWitt i
faster and! friendlier and their | MJWTfORO. CONNECTICUT C I engineers m the United Stales and hint. George DeWitt of Run I !
their II have been taught at home by correspondence Mn. Sldnlle ill II sister (IfIr.! DeWitt .
initial charges are low and I

ihle. ------ _. courses 1 Martin
interest rates reason They'rethe -- ---T---- County

right size to give you valuable\

advice on building buying and! fin.

ancmg And they'U allow you to reduce -

your total interest costs by NEEDS
making advance payments on principal a ; ,

when you are able, e

..,.... km ... liuund n. U 110.000kr Ls55i A Local Man
th. F.d.r.l Savlno and Lout liwur
.... Cortwratloa. You Mar acre .t any
II... with _r nmm ..4 .Muaouat ..,
at any Urn* h N

(Copyrighted 1964) t I i IN THE

st ,+rY

WANTA .. $ eYdt
dealer: GENE
business built on reputation- butt STATESENATE
MORTGAGE? reputation on dependability. Dependable -j
deals,dependable prices: ,dependable cars.In short,a man you can depend) upon.

to YOU ..... e.rtc.e. Inn t.bend. .
bat w tar. AwnR
.Ik U First F feral .1 V... ac.A.
vo..n .... It oil I..nlorl.hl.
....tbl.. iHotalliiiniU. Mtouubl I.. 1
peal ral..

Phontt Vrro Beach JO 2-2373 I I '




OF the car DART 270 Two-door Sedan

H.re.the compact In the large,eoonory r-tMbmDyatud.fam0yprkedeenn.
2045 14th Ave. Dial JO 2-2373 pact.And atoll you get what you expect torn a compact-parking eat,deft handling

Vero Beach, Florida and easy upkeepat a low, low price.Come In today and make the deal of your
Free Parking on 15lh Arcane life on the car of yout II''"Join the swing to the Dependable

HOURS lo 3 dully, except Wednesday I, JACK H. WILLIAMSON

9 lo 12. Open 5 to 7 Jri-
day even rag. Closed AD Day Our Golden Anniversary Is your Golden Opportunity

Saturday. Come In and see the Dependables

Ml her* Customer* Send Their


. 301 soinu DIXIE


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2 Stuart NelUli ERNEST LYONS' COLUMN!ressato.-,

THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964 Allis Not Easy m EDITOR IB

Published every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard. For Martin County

Stuart, Martin County, Florida
Entered u second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida The opinions expressed .re'those
-- Tr Public Officials of the writers If desired 'keen t i
MEMBER OF: 1 are printed above a soils de plumr t
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION but never without The News knowing Y .y A'r iil d

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION WE EXPECT too much from our elected the name of the writer I Let

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS officials in Martin County these days Theyare ten sent In anonymously arc tied,
having to attend as many functions us> la the waste basket The Editor

GORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS, Editor newspaper reporters.TIME > URGES: OrTOSIIION:

LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager 1O RIGIIIS Bill ffi

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4,50, per years; two yean WAS when a county commissioner AS RtGIMENTAIION: 9V, :

$8,50, (Subscribers living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these fates) could show up at the courthouse: twice a Editor Stuart News:

Anywhere else In U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, month, draw his check and have the rest Do you want to keep voui itM!

Six months $275. three months $1 t.75, of the time off to tend to his own business to build or buy a home without '

Foreign and Canadian rates on application (federal Interference? i I

NOW, HOWEVER, as !soon as anybody Do you want to keep your right _

puts up a hog sty around here he expects five to occupy, rent and tell your home

county commissioners and at least one mayorto without federal interference _

Don't Delay or You May Forfeit Your show. up to cut the ribbon. to Do use you your want business to keep properly your without right. e P'. .', b4a

Homestead Exemption for This Year more PUBLIC time at OFFICIALS ground-breakings are required banquetsthan to spend Do federal you want interference to keep?your right! N fin.

to seek employment and l it> he a
attending to public business
promoted without federal interference -

Dont forget to file your application or renewal Thereafter you must renew your applicationevery ?
IT IS GETTING so that how many officials Do you want to keep your rightto
of application for homestead exemption year and the renewal must be made
have is hire and discharge to
you at your banquet a status sym promote
for 1964. before April I of (he current year or homestead bol The i lost status yet achieved this season and demote without federal interference -

This $5.000() exemption from county or city exemption will not be granted was when the Committee of 100 had everybody ( "
The tax assessor! curly in the sent out Do ,
year want
you to your right
taxes meant $105 I to the average Martin County who was anybody and a few who weren't keep }
renewal card forms for 1964 to all persons to personal choice i and liberty under -
home owner last year and about $142.50 By the time the first second and third string
who had homestead exemption in 1963 the law, and not federal supervision -
to home owners in the City of Stuart If you have not yet signed that form and teams had been introduced, the roast beef of individuals homes .w PiI

If you are a new home owner and are a returned it to the assessor! you are in danger was cold schools and businesses? t

Florida resident, you must file for homestead of losing your homestead exemption and If you do, then write or wire

exemption at the office of A, C Courson, tax you will lose it if you fail to do so before April GETTING the county judge to act as land Senator and Smathers and Senator Hol- iiGRUSLIAN'S
as senators
assessor, at the courthouse, 1 rolls around. master of ceremonies is pretty far up there many that !
as possible
stating you oppoethe
but getting the circuit judge is one better.
so-called Civil Rights! bill now
You are not much shakes as an organizationif
before them and them to vote
all you have as "M.C," is a "I j p' and work against urge it.

I FCD May Seek Flood Plains LegislationTo THE. DIFFERENCE between an ordinary two This past is Presidents a vicious bill of the one American which- -- --- ._ --

affair and affair in Bar Association have called a
an of state Martin
Countyis for total My stay here sure was brightenedas and pleasant-mannered park manager age,, and how, if elected New
"blueprint regimentation.
Zone Wetlands Against DevelopmentEd whether you just invite the officials or ask Julia M Dchon well as shortened because of William Dana We have enjoyed Frontier experts would quickh restore

them to bring their wives. The latter type of this bird-watching incident.I our brief stay in the county. it to its former high levels

affair takes twice as long to get over with because PIGMY NATIONS ARK I have been a lover of birds for )journeying the roads shopping m Less than three and one.halt

Vail: executive director of the Central long as people continue to build on, to farmor you have to introduce the wives too, EQUAL: TO IMF U. SIN over f fly years and am very grate'ful the stores and enjoying the years have elapsed since the New

& Southern Florida Flood Control District, to graze perennially flooded lands, thereis : UNITED NATIONS: for having this opportunity. to beaches. Frontier took office and we now

has announced that general and special legis- going to be a great cry of "Flood!" go up AT THE REAL TONEY .shindigs there Editor Stuart News: watch a real carpenter at work Our intention when we came to find USA prestige at the lowest

lation may be needed and may be requestedof every time the natural bruins are inundated is what is known as a fellowship period beginning With some frequency we hear I don't think there are many people Martin County was to go to S tnd- level in living memory. Numerous

the 1965 legislature in the field of flood) and all the rest of us will be called on to bail at 6:30: p.m., supper following at praises of the organization called in the world who know thatit sprit Park but we were informed nations, not even born three and
takes a red-bellied woodpeckertwelve that the county had started to makea one-half years ago, now thumb
plain zoning throughout Florida. out the flood plains users 7 30 United Nations If this of
: p.m. group .
hours and twenty-five mm charge for the use of that park, their noses at Uncle Sam with com
"There Is danger Dail said, "in permit- From time immemorial, lowlands along disunited and quarreling nationswas utes ti> build his home in a cocoanut and one of your citizens told us plete impunity. Nations, whose

ing unrestrained development to take place in rivers, lakes and certain marshes have been THE FELLOWSHIP is not like the fellow- confined to the debate of various palm twenty-five feet from of Phipps Park and how to get friendship we spent billions of tax

areas subject to frequent flooding, and legis- flooded every time Florida gets a heavy rain, ship which ensues in some churches after the think world it rather problems harmless, we might the ground there. As you know there is no payers money to cultivate are

lation may be necessary not only to designate Those who use such lands should do so at their sermon when the congregation adjourns to the But it is not limited to debate, H W. Bonne charge there at present but we have turning against us one after another

flood plain areas but also to enforce flood plain own risks and should be prevented from doingso cloister for coffee and orange juice, althoughyou as any student or newspaper reader Ocean Breeze Park, been told that your Park Commission Serious threats that our
when ills obvious that their actions will Jensen BeachLMIIUSUSriC intends to start charging government assured us would never .
see some of the same people at both places knows; to the contrary, it is step
Now the FCD Is on the right track So result in a disaster by step working closer to a world $1.50 per day in the near future he allowed to exist have ma.
FOR for the use of the park. tured with no more than token

IT IS 86 PROOF fellowship at so much the government in by our In\, the government process acquiesced it is \\o IoN'S: LEAGUE: Of course I cannot (and do not opposition Real friends are hardto

jigger, highball or cocktail glass, whether the engaged in many activities quite Editor! Stuart News: want to) tell you citizens of Stuart find

guests pay for it or it is compliments of some foreign to the ideals or safety of Interested Reader" in your and Martin County how to con A recent headline reads "LOJ I

philanthropic agency, There have been times the American people March 5 i issue gave me the first duct your affairs. You know what Target of Ridicule by Greeks
I Congratulations to Stuart Training Basketball when some of the clubs or lounges chosen as Tiny nations are welcomed tomembership inkling that there a possibilityof you want and I would believe that The Voice of America office was

scenes of such hospitality hours have stretchedout ; these are in a great a League of Women Voters your commissioners will do the stoned and 5,000 marchers shout

Team for Fine Performance Conference Champs the fellowship from 6:30: p.m. to 8:30: p.mIN many instances smaller than manyof \group! being orgimrcd in Stuurt things that you want of them when ed ried"Yankees go home! and ear
; our states. And each has a vote Nothing could please me more. your wishes are expressed to them signs ridiculing our president
.g j equal I to that of the United For decades I have been a mem -hut I would like to give the views And we humbly take it and turn
FACT, the financial solvency of the Slates. her of that of one seasonal trailerile visitor to the other check.
Congratulations are in order to Coach Cep because of Cocoa's superior height and experience places where the banquet* r JiU euro utiuully Recently there appeared in "National Island I found organ it zalion most on stimulating Long- your community In Zanzibar, the American consul .

has and his Stuart Training School be by the of the cocktail hour Each of the ot escorted
Gipson judged length Review" some financial information and instructive. out- -stale camp- was to a dock at gun

basketball team Though Coach Gipson and the Lions probably oops, we mean fellowship period; as to the dues status of Ihe league prides itself on busing ers and trailcntcs that uses your point. Cambodia spurned our
were sad that they could not go to the the members This discloses that its on roots" park is using a piece of equipment proffered aid and ridiculed us after
first tune in STS floored program grass
the its
For history
"top of the heap" In basketball, Coach Gipson A GOOD slogan for forty-five members are in arrears op mon. Every unit member 1 j. or a combination of piecesof we had already given them about
campaign county
a winning combination that carried the Lionsto and the remaining impressive freshmen, sophomores official running for re-election would be: "Still for one or two years. Many have polled as to what subjects she prefers equipment, that represent an 150000000..
the Southeast Florida Athletic Conference and juniors no doubt will make a name paid nothing Surely we should to have taken up for study. investment of from !several thousand Three U. S. airmen were hot '
able stand and take bow after hoursof
to two .
a demand! that dollars including his automobile
championship; to runner-up in the SFAC for themselves and be a formidable foe in our government give Before making our annual trek down without provocation) in East
fellowship serious to this situation. to as much as. and in
review some and
Germany we merely add
future one
seasons They also look forward 1 headquarters
can south
wrote to Washington
tournament, and finally to the Stale Class B I should of course admit frank- cases more than $I 0,0110( for his more protest to the rapidly increasing
to playing in their next in air- of the league and
Tournament at Apopka.All season a new A NEW PRACTICE has started in Martin ly that the organization is Unitedon mquir combination of trailer and automobile pile
conditioned ed ubout the nearest league I
gymnasium at Carver Gardens
County of holding "Appreciation Days" for one thing-the United States or in case of a bus type
the the Lions U. S
through season capitalized School, knew there was none in Stuart embassy on Cyprus
public officials.( This results in civic clubs should pay most of the cost of camper perhaps $15000. bombed
and the reply was West Palm was and photos of our
on their height and desire to win to defeat To use a much-worn experession: WaIt'IInext
and veteran organizations selling all sorts of Sincerely, Beaeh My hope is that the "ex- Revenue-wise, your park is helpless ambassador struggling in
their Their final defeat about 'earlI !
opponents came Elvin H KillhefferBIRIIWAT'IIING
) fried fish, barbecued pork, corn on the cob, plor itory conference" in Stuart will bringing to the business almos the debris were exhibited wit

hamburgers, hot dogs and soft drinks to aid result in a league group being i phere of your commmumty. 1 believe pride! in Nicosia We are taking this
FROM not less than $125! and up to one
their depleted treasuries. formed here. up "through diplomatic channels
ROOM AT nosnru An enthusiastic leaguer, more than $200: per couple per ."

We Commend the FCD for Its Warnings THIS IS a real challenge to the official so Editor Stuart News: Alma T. Davis month. Thus. averaging a low of A t"o-hit dictator in Ghana has
fifty couples month during the
While in the Martin Memorial per insults
on the U.S.A. in his
honored. His political rating becomes measured Hospital as a patient I occupieda A l'8' CRIBFR FOR season from December to March official ,
not so much by what he has done or what he cheery room the St Lu- CENTURY this revenue passing into the business newspaper and U. S teachers
I Don't Let the Cause facing Qu'\Rn.R were given twenty-four hours
Long Dry Spell
will do, but how much of a crowd he can pull cie River When lying in bed and lifestream of the community) to get out of the took
Editor Stuart News: countrye
becomes $6/ .2V) to $10000(
for the eats kicking eastward I had a clear per it calmly.
You to Build in Future Wet PlacesEven view of a tall cocoanut palm. At In your fiftieth anniversary edi month or from $25,000() to $40.(000( The
Congolese have made
lion. you published u picture of for the season a
exactly 1055 the first
IF IS A dangerous game One good rain : morning
our officials. Thev
1 red bellied the Engineer group at Camp Murphy This i is not a lame amount in the
saw a woodpeckerwhich
at the time could ruin a fellow's political have burned
wrong during World War II. The business the ( but it our flags and torn
is community
long-term residents have a tendency above high water of any subdivision approvedby future. /cbra-baek sometimes. In opinion known, as next a picture of my late husband is in can he lost to another community U. S. passports to pieces. We are
to forget that low-lying lands will be flooded the county, to the red-head, this bird is the the group. Some of the others or it can he enlarged immense. still relying on UN operations,

in those periods when South Florida experiences Otherwise, the county-which means all ALSO, if this b the way polities is going most beautiful one in the woodpecker pictured, but not named are Charley ly It is possible to make welcome where 115 we have one vote out of
severe and continued rainfall. the ta"lpayers-will be financially responsible to be carried on in the future in Martin County family Rue, Cecil Donaldson, Robert and to keep several hundred ca up. and the majority are tuning

for bailing out the unsuspecting purchaserswho it strikes us that the official should have For several minutes he circled Lynn, J. B. Johnson, Arthur Fow- ers and trailerites if you will keep against! us repeatedlY.
A warning issued recently by the Central ler, George Arnold R. L. (Dad) the Panamanian
homes land some rights, too. the trunk of this cocoanut palm county parks free of charge more
bought on that was too low
and Southern Florida Flood Control District John DuBois and Charles and than
for about four feet below the fronds Howard extend them. The cost of the seventy saboteurs
to the Highlands County Commission about homes when measured against the periodic HE SHOULD have first choice to select Soon he discovered the best location Conrad Sr upkeep is minimal compared to ambushed and killed our sol-
the danger in that area to new subdivisions floods that are sure to come again for the futile home of Mr We lived in Stuart front 1937 the revenue earned through sales lien and bombed our embassy and
being built along the shores of Lake Istokpoga The lessons of experience must be followed the cooks and the right to withdraw from and Mrs Woodpecker and wentto until 1951 I, when we moved to and taxes The resources of the t. S properties Our dead were

is pertinent not only there but widely throughout Don't build on low land that is improperly being appreciated that particular day in event work He worked steadily until Marietta, Ga' and my husbandstarted traveling couples in the tents quietly returned to their grieving

South Florida. drained, even though it may be dry at burned of rain. I 1:05: for a total time of two working at Lockheed Aircraft. -. campers, trailers and vans. can he rcl,itivcs and our State Department
toast today hours and twenty minutes. He returned He was with Lockheed almost tapped to become an amount that is still wondering what to do.
The FCD has warned the county authorities THE RIGHT to select 1 the menu wouldbe again at 2:55 and calledit seven years before he became would be a joy to the businessesof Among many other things, Cav-
that expensive homes are being constructed on And don't build on any site just a footor totally disabled We were in the city and the tro
the master stroke Our voting population a day at 4:30: for a work day of county There recently cut off our Naval
land that is front two and one-half to three two higher than our tidal waterways, unless having been gathered to this little tropical three hours and forty-five minutes Stuart at the time of his deathin are, of course, some elements that Base water supply without much

and one.half feet lower than the high watermark you feel like deliberately gambling with Eden from all parts of the compass, we believe 1959 are against t any free admissions to warning. We docilely arrange to
expceted for the like under extreme the super-high tides lashed by hurricane winds that the ideal menu for one of these The next morning he arrived at We have been subscribers of the parks but it is up to each of haul fresh water from Florida.

flood conditions The FCD asks that the county appreciation rallies would be: 9:45 and went right to work and The Stuart News for twenty-five you to decide if you want a few For over two years American
insist the left 11 45 yean or more, and still look for people that will pay' for a couple embassies
upon developers filling the land Fighting Poverty With lit : coming back againat or agencies have been
to a safe height before it is sold for residential! 1245: working fast and furious ward to each copy of the paper. of nights spent in a trailer park attacked, burned or looted some
The Army and Schools Pennsylvania We enjoy reading of our friends' and then move on or a large
purposes, "in the interest of protecting the until 2:30: for a total of three hours num. where in the world on an averageof
scrapple, New Jersey littleneck clams: with activities and are also interestedin her of
people staying for considerable
and a .
and lives Just Lot of Noise forty-five minutes his second one a month and little nothing
property perhaps of residents of( this a or
melted butter on the side; roust pig and corn- day During these first two days city and county government, as time buying food drugs has been done to assert our

area. \\ We have had several cases in Martin hot fricasseed chicken and beaten bis- ten Stuurt since 1941. the other things!! that people of the
is going, to fight poverty" by lowering the sauce; minutes-why. I ant not quite everywhere offenses that could be cited
County where developers have built on lowlands draft from cuits; will swamp cabbage, black-eyed peas, sure. He moved around and away Please accept my congratulations, cannot do without The amt if we criticize our foreign
and., in periods of heavy rainfall-but age eighteen to seventeen, hog jowl and fried catfish on the side, from the hole which was now a on your outstanding newspaper, more pleasant the people and surroundings policy the President calls us "bel.
not abnormal rainfall-these subdivisions have Those who failed to pass the mental and clean-cut, round hole about the in both local news coverage and the easier it is to get lyachers"
physical tests on induction would be sent to sue of silver either excellent photography. the purse strings loosened! Isn'
been flooded and the residents have appealedto a dollar He t it high time the
find we got
THE VOTER who could not something -
the county for help trade schools whence they would be trained wanted the sun to shine into the Sincerely, We my wife and I I. would like United Slates of America back.:
to suit him in that list is not worthy of Mrs T. O McCla key to
return next if
to qualify for Jobs.Threatenina opening to dry it out a little or year you want us. on the track?
who have
,( Those seen it rain thirl)- ix having somebody in public office to appreciate just time out to eat his lunch or 209! Oikndve Dr VVe would like to stay for two
inches here in thirty six hours back in the mid young Americans with work He probably does not even belong to a mavbe a coffee-break. Marietta Ga weeks or more but you can he sure C. S. ,

Twenties, and who have experienced the deluges could result in greatly increasing Army acceptmees lodge, After a candidate has worked himself The following morning he was that we cannot afford to pay $1 I.SO Palm BeachLET'S Pelton

of the great hurricanes, know that we We suspect that some of those failing through the chairs: in three fraternal organizations back right on time\ almost to the UIION IRtllfRirL per day for a parking space. To

will most! certainly experience such deluges the Armed Forces tests have not been so there is no meaner soul on earth than minute for I checked him in at AGAINST' C tURGtS IN date we have been here nine davs -'I" -

again. They should be the measuring stick in stupid as they appeared. the voter whovsays: "Personally I'm no joiner 9:45.: His I work today seemed tOUNT\ PARKS MSILM and we have spent more than $50,

approving the drainage facilities and height As for fighting poverty, however, this plan more difficult for he seemed to Editor Stuart News: not much but it all adds up. If you LAUGH
stand on his head within the hole, Phipps Park can be a valuable do not want us we can always go
merely the fact is
points up that the administration UNLESS, of course, it the vicious master
-- somewhere else .
J ,,' .. wishes pushing out the pulp he had loosened asset to Martin County and But we do -
it knew how but doesntChildhood of ceremonies who introduces all the other it here
to give depth to his undertaking to the City of Stuart
The Stuart Newt will furnish photo prints officials waits till the banquet is well under He left after two hours and Last Thursday I was a strangerto Perry E. Kaetzel, An irate motorist says "express

of sues up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture is that wonderful time of life way, then jumps up to say: "I forgot So-anJ- ten minutes of hard work, return the beautiful county of Martin Roanoke, Va. he way" is a misnomer, By the time

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 when all you have to do to lose! weight is So over there Stand and take a bow, So-and- ing again at 1 1:40: but left earlier and to the attractive of Stuart can express his opinion of the

for the first print and $1.00 for any additional bathe.. So I don't know how in the world I ever than usual, putting in a total of Today my wife and IV are bothattracted :: U.S. \, IS TARGET the way dope the guy n in the next lane drive
three hours minutes the AROUND: HIE WORLD too far away to bear
only and to and
print ordered from the tame negative at the happened to overlook, you forty area is pos him
time larger sizes by special quotation.. Diplomacy is the art of letting someone that day. He was hack again the sible that we mav buy a modest Editor Stuart News: .
.. tame ; else have has next"' morning at 9:15 and left at of property for a home
away Any
will your way. AN OFFICIAL, who can be forgotten piece average memory should
not take didyou
Stuart News employees photographs : "Look here what
10:30. (I am leaving the hospitalat from home vividly recall the ,
received the kiss of death. He is on his way merciless bar- had
except for the newt and advertising 12:20! this I doubt / I We became with the mean by telling me you
I day so twill acquainted of
The rage criticism against
only person who listens to both sides out Being overlooked at a banquet i k the the Eisen five years'
i columns of The Stuart News see him at work again.) It is area by coming to Phipps Park in bower administration experience when you'renever
of the
family argument Is the woman in the risk in office today during the even had "
greatest occupational public a job before
very possible that his house is completed our vacation trailer and being welcomed 1960 campaign about the
next alleged
apartment Young man: "Well advertised
and for there you
ready occupancy: by your congenial deterioration of our national prey for a man with imajpnation.JJ1e .



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w_ Percy B. Bell II Girls' ( ,',/11.' S(1t'ul' \ FTTFD AT PARTY TIIT STT.ART Florida) NEW ?
lale Republicans Ihurwhiy" Miirih l 1'1. 1964C
JUPITER NEWS .., t S"j.SumlsI Ccoige Miller Rivrr Dn elequesia :
hoI to Fort
MRS. ANNA !MINEAR, Correspondent Phone 746-4643 Will Marry Will Take 2 Here Tonight I 11 \ H C lark, former mayor Laudcrdale this m""lh0'moving the Dr and Mrs J F M near. Brv
11 Jupilcr and 1 now Ihe dedicated guest of honor at luncheon and ant Drive were hosts to friend

j '. "'" Rockledge Girl I 111.t11II'Cr of Ihe Jupiter Tequesta bridge al Tcquesui Country Club from their former home Springfield ; .
MfJohn I uh was hostess to Republic;in )Ljihcrnatorial candl on VVedncsdav, Those
(.hamtxr" ,Commerce/ the honoring
Inlet Colony Residents Plan Die American I cgion Auxiliary at dates are inciting the \otvrs Thun- I gticsi 1 speaker. al the fortnightly Mrs Miller were Mrs. Frank ), Ohio on Friday Dr and
her home on !Pmnock Poini Thiirsdux Mrs Howard Ream of Fi Laud.
Mrs Marioric M Brown ofRockkdgi f daMarch Hubbell Mrs. fUwm Pcderson
1 1'1. .11( .1 i mat meeting coviru; d Ml supper it Sum Sands

I ..lnOl'UnCetne engage Mrs evening Ro>, Rood Curls Slate al Jupilcr High School auditorium I trailer; I Pirk:;: Thursday nights Mrs. R A Diedrich Mrs \Var- I Mn erdalc, Roy and Clark Springfield and Mrs Mr. Fliza-and
Beautification ofSR 809 mcnt of her uiughtir; Doris. to n iinictvtHghi I residents and rcn 1I1)l1Il'nd. Mrs. Fred Michael
chairman, announced that the !local Speaking. will he the" Honorable Mrs A P Cutuck and Mrs A beth Renner of Springfield, Mrs,
Percy B Bill II. son of Mr. and guests at the park heard Clark tell
unit had permission I u> lend Charles Hollex minority !taller I I.. Green Florence Schull/ of Toledo and
Reports at the. directors meet organizations take. note of I Ihe Mrs Warren Bell of KotklidgcIhe : two jirls to Curls Slate this >'ear. of the Florid House of Represenlulives I'ol ,ih,' ;'io\vin of' Jupiter. Tequet- Mr and Mrs John Ross ol' Jupiter
I la lIhl J Inlet ( and
ing o( Jupiter Tcquesta Chamber 1 calendar posted m the Chamber bride-elect is a graduate The Auxilum iiKinhcrs I ipiter olony their d .
arc guided HIRE ,VM: > IHrREMr were nncr guests
of Commerce revealed that ot St, Petersburg. : Kenneth I ol' ihi work of the Chamber ofCommerce I
a group building lor dates of civic events. of Cocoa High School and was in their choice hv a committee
I of interested citizens ot Jupiter Inlet I Committee I indicated I from the school anll'Ihe town, but Folks. member of I the Orange I lor the aria and Mrs. James 1 I.. Huff and Mrs. frank J, Hubbell and her
! Colony is working. on a plan healthy activity reports in the Chamber graduated with honors from Brevard I Ilhe final choice rests with them Cooim School Bo ird t. of Orlando; C lurk" talk was followed by i their sons Allen and Mike. of Tort sisters. ., Muses Flov and Gertha
I .
for the bcautification i Colkgc She will receive show ng ot slides t tUn at the hostesses' luncheon
of Surgeon were
State Ihe next coffee will be held at Ihc candidates do not hnu to bo and H U hosier ot' I h'rt MyersIhe Pierce spent Sunday with Mr and
bachelor .
a of I Um colorful
: park
Road 809 from the highway lo I Tequesla Club March I science degree students at Jupiter School or Aux. in< in area by Mn James Spiller, Palm Point and bridge Monday at Mrs.Hubbell' .
on in from Florida State \vill 8 Dr \\
accounting meeting at iison
the Indian River bridge i members. open pm Drive home on Loxahatchee
The landscape plan drawn by :21! I. Clark said University I in April for iliury their They are chosen and is under! the uispices of the 1 he t Iinal supper for the season River Drive, Their guests were

Roy Rood has been submitted to Edward C. Baggett personneldirector The prospective, hnde groom was their own ahilitv school and landing in Jupilcr Republic Women's Club will be held on March 26 1 his Mr and Mrs James Potter, who Mrs' A' J' Green Mrs A P Cu-
the United States Coast Guard I al RCA will speak on "Recreation graduated from Jupiter High Days: will be Ihe last of the tucccssfu have been living at Indian River suck. ''Mrs/ R A: Dicdrieh, Mrs.
and Its Relationship to the School and Brevord Junior ColMISS Poppy are set for May gatherings for this whAh Trailir Park for sonic time hive
whose base borders the road year George Milkr Mrs Warren Haymoncl -
on :29! and 10(I. n wan announced Of :
both tides Following the expected I Community interest to all members is the visit Junior Women hive been attended by n many returned to the r home in Wales !. Mrs I dwm Pcdcrsen Mrs.A .
approval ficus trees will be planted The monthly business niens coffee of !'..IrM.lr) Lllcn: Haag Male as 112 resident and guest ls. after forty >ears in the I I.. Johnsriid Mrs Fred Michael
to shade the will be held on March 25 al'' Stales Unitell'i'i and Mrs Fred Wilson.
road from U. S. I presi hlenl. to the April Auxiliary ;
Ilhe Chamber 10 Hold Lunch A rt Sponsors --
1 to the bridge The plan ties m building at am meet ng Grotty Miss 1 milu MeKenne

with other beautification plans Mrs Kenneth Home Mrs Mivhucl Show for Students cuperatmg from a painfully sprain
now under way m various parts i Local Sholt. and Mrs. llarlow cd ankle. suffered when she caught DRAPERIESSLIPCOVERS
Clubs Hear Fashion Show .
of the area, Rood said Root were' ippomtcd to (he noniin Thc Jupiter leqiiesla Art Group! her heel and fell while descend I'
Brochures for the Jupiter.Tequesta iting LOI nuiiiec. is sponsoring a show lor students, mg from the bleachers at Jupiler *

area were authorized, following : Interesting Talks The prtL/im: lor tin evening \\ilh plans 'lor K',li ration memo gruilis seven lo twelve at the High bull field I
Al Weeks presentation of wav .oiuluck I h\ Mrs. Ko\' Roodin I her ship in mind nu nhcrs of the hirst Hank ot Jupiter Iron M irch Msr.
the plan for them These brochures, ,i ,111I1melh i ,,,,', ot conihut. Jupilcr. Icqtiesta JuurVomuns ,10 lo April TMis Richird McDonald and
circulated by the Chamber to man Civic' and church Or1anil! lions I II ting ( .imim nis nll Club were the hoslc","s at a hill I Helen I Hulls, puhliuly her ,diuc.hlcr, Dune of Grand *
parts of the country for many heard a number o I interesting \\.is .in ii uncut th.it the Aux. let luncheon uiul I 1.Ih'on show at I'h.llllllall tor thc group hits an Rapid. Mich, are the II"CI1'1
years, have brought countless inquiries I speakers. ek.t their programs this iliarv hid! ixijn.il I hllir over ilmeml'erhlp the Hunt ( tub I 11I..I"y. tiiiKcd I hut .there will be no en- Mrs Mrs: : McDonalds Uvi ;; !; parents; Mr and: ; UPHOLSTERY
I II B Clirk their home
tiv lei' Any original' ,
Manager L B Clark point I past cd out I Mrs Victor Hunt director of 1 time and Tciiiestu| prescnic I the show I s 'nlpimi or carving m iv he shown. on Old Bridge Road this week ('uoo",: I ROM() OUR

Clark also asked that all civic Ihe program for exceptional children .. and wearing, uppir. :,I ami I HTISsories : I 'llu' painting Mrs Dulls says, Mr and Mrs. Divid Ritchie, I 3noo( )() P Mill 1C
----- -- -- being conducted at Jupilcr I "". Fire Volunteers were inoili.li.il In Mrs Donald I must he mulled Mclmore, Ohio, are visiting Mr
I School under the auspices of Royal .f!: R Kicciiui. Mis ,ianicl Hall I nil y blanks may he \>hta neil Ritchie s parents Mr and Mrs, SAl\IPLES
i Palm School told kiwamans of iV Mrs H. Alva NC "''''lh. Mn 1'I, 'Iroin Mrs. Citron at the ml room' Divul, Richie Sr Mrs. Ritchie returned IAI Mrs./ Natalie Bodin, Our
the work being done in correcting I 'r"' .' Plan Fire Drive \V deorgc and Mrs ( harks l.ove. at Jupiter School or at (ho I irstUnnk Sulurd/ ly from SI M.irs' IHmralor, hil''jJ| )111'' In jour
I visual, speech and reading difficulties : Mrs. Rkhiird: Mulready was of Jupiter during business Hospital where she had( Ken for sclicllon,
in her program; also of the i I .: \> .... JU'lIer'olul1l.'cr( fire Depart challm.lnf the pailv with Mrs. hours Ribbons, will be awiirdu Ihe past two weeks.

special work being assigned to the men I scheduled; to stirl iti Riccirdi Mrs ISessmith and Mrs. and Ihc iiKljjos will be announced Mrs. trunk J. Iliibbell' enter Jupiter IslandPAINTERS
intellectually gittcd children This annual drive lor lund, ilurday' Robert Shirer assisting. Mrs. .. DM next week. limed at luncheon on Monday at

work Mrs. Hunt said is done incooperation I DORIS BROWN -I afternoon ut I I. hut live mmuM Dukis. was in ch.lrgef the I KVI'IM I' ;MISSION() IADS: leqiicslu Country Club in honor &
with Ihc parents before th.it hour a fr.inlic call came door pr /isIhe ol Mrs llirry Fllhy ol /
I J.lIIIOD.. Payne spoke. to the lct.c, where he svas active in student in from a ten.vcur-old girl saying '1 club pi ins lo xml Us old I Jupiter Piptist lunch/ Krn himpton, 1 ong Island, N Y Bridge Mrs, DECORATORS
I Lions Club on the history and current I/ government and Circle K I a brush fire threatened hir home ccrs lo tin convention ol the Jun Street "is tin' scene of u confer Hubriclls other! guests l were Miss
method of surveying Club He also will be graduated A widespread brush fire plagued toroniens' (lulu it | lurid in enie on Mission and Soul 1 \\ inning I Iluy Sturgeon and Mrs. Gcrtha
I II I from Florida Slate m April with both tides of Riverside Drive, north Jacksonville. next month at which last weekend. mi!: R, !MiC.ll:, Owner
Mrs Edna Ramville Sturgeon of Mr
I the speakers. at the spring was one East of a degree in accounting of Mrs Grace Curlers home and lime it is u\l..ingl.. huonu' a mem I I Il'ur speakers. I"H>k. purl in Ihe was 1 liking. Indianapolis! part m the tournumcnl Fahv .- A.I.\, IIOBr: !SOUND' : t'LA.I .

Coast Deanery meeting at the Colonnades The wedding will take. place Sun across the road Aflcr' a long fight her ol the si.lie fcder.Hum. services,. Kev I'alimr. long said I nl ly al I cqucslu Country Club I Dial 546.-MI
Rev, ( hirl'.s Dennett S.I'
Hotel For the day, April 19 at Rockledgc Prcsbjkrian lo get the fires under control the of Port on Mondiy.
Mrs Ramville has past been three I Church Volunteers were called out again JVM'US (""OM 1)1; I ONStSIhe :: let nRI'v, I u/ciie lunurson' __ ___________________ __u
years The Bells former residents \Vest I'dm Iliaeh and Rev Alhcrl .
are lo a second outbreak in the name
active in the teaching of the young J,i>cccs of I Ihi Jupilcr Iccjuesia Ariuld if lorl Puree lid the
of Jupiter, where they were active area, An all night watch was keptlo
For A Lovelier people in St Judcs Catholic irea are conducting: a een I and OrSnndiv NEW REVIEW
Ihe J'riIIY Sitiirduy
Church in civic. church and social lile take care of any new outbreaks. nieelings
of the town and have been greatly The Volunteers will work for susC' Rev Uutg was assisluhv
You This Easter Mrs Arthur Williams Jr prcsented missed ,since business took them the next few weeks:. visiting rest. h inj.es in p"I'ula'h'n' since i Rev Scvlon Hill, pislor to the
19(0 mdicaled, need 'tor further THE GETTY GROUP
Christian a
a program on to Cocoa and Rocklcdgc dents of all areas outside the rnumcipalilics migrant woikeri. in I'uhokee.
Women in the Home for the inform' .ilion about peopli living in I'listor and Mrs. Kolind Hloinlof
Come to for donations to rctiehIhcir -;;;;;:;;;;; G rrTY 0 n.
U omens Association of the Presbucrmn the municipalities and I pintiuililly
Ihe Church of God. \\ hiliuDnvc \
Church.m'the.Pines o n i have budget nninicipalilics in Ihe country uicns ouM 'Ic the assistod with the music lor ....;;;.;.... T''DEW ATE" 0..
Mrs James JenkinsWoodsEngagement set aside Marling towns. I he J have under -- --
Wednesday lycccs
evening the .KELLY Oil.
funds but much his to be raised I meetings/
A Chappelka was in charge of the The benefit liken overage IIn,1 I will le talk ..,...01'4' DEvno..MENT
country areas equally with 'laniih thi Mis (Men Snidekir. ol!' New
Morning Circle at her home on mg everv 'in area Bco
\\cdnesday with the urcui inside the town I The liyccc, '::1\ pi, ,,H' I lock llu 1111111'" ,,'L N I ,1\ llu guest olMi MI..ION CO ftATION
limits. Chief A V Baird has
I point dog nsidc a nil ut "iv| 'r itt' \\ I 11 I hi .I".f Mrs urdcn SwciiwnRi ,
ed out I their \olunlcei ..en"i uk,'" I i I Invi : GIMBEL BROTHERS
Beauty Salon Mr and Mrs James Spiller, Is Announced The first to he vis ted will be
I Palm Point Drive entertained at Penn Park, Fastvicw Manor 'lupitcr : ,;:;:;::= ""'I'lY M"ft. TlI1I C'OlJl'ON 1'0&
dinner Saturday m honor River Fstalcs. and the homes "OUR C>>PY 01' TUa "IUIVUW.-
: I II evening
Mr and Mrs H E Jenkins
Evenings by Appointment announce .
I I II of Mr and Mrs David Ritchie the along the river in those ,ireus I ------ ----------------------.----------
I Myrtle Clark Claire Scranton Jr of Mclmore Ohio Other daughter Miss engagement Barbara of Flume their Plciw Mtid me jrnnr new Riview" which dlactntui
guests were Mr and Mrs Rich Pancnkc'Supper THE CLTTY liKOUPud OIUDLL' BK.OHILILS.Nam. .
: 21S OSCEOLA AT 7-3484 Jenkins. \\oodrow Ed war d
urd Anshulz and Mr and Mrs
Set for
Woods son of Mr and Mrs ken Friday
Richard Gladwm
-- --- I ncth E. Woods West Palm Beach 1 SNTCHr. !
The wedding will take. place on The annu:il p mcake. tuppei( ( ol.'.
Saturday, April 111 at St Anns the Rood I \\ IlIallls, American legion AJJrM ."'
Catholic Church "Post and Auxiliary will tike
SUFF-R 'f.!"' Miss Jenkins was graduated from place Friday, March :20! at the Jupiter ..
Clinton High School, Clinton, Ind, School cafclcrm HIRSCH & CO.

ARTHRITIC' and is employed by Fuelgus' Inc, This year affair provide the ........ How ,... .,.,. f....... a/Itel f.......
funds for of the JOHNS FUNERAL HOME
r'AIN': ? Riviera Beach one greatest events
: Mr Woods Is a 1961 graduate In the life of the young people of 1 08 South, Second Slrtrt, lort Pierce

of St Ann High School and attended the area the trip to Boys and Air Conditioned Chapel KKSIDKNrS: : OH SIIMRT CAM, lOLLIKttjAILANIIC ;
"' Palm Beach Junior College Girls Stale at the stale capital( 7-4100
NIAGARA and University of Florida He is Two girls and one hov are .
now employed by General Sheet chosen lo represent Jupiter a tIhis R CECIL JOHNS RONALD II JOHNS --
MAIN OIHCLl 25 Broad Street, New York 4, N.Y.
THKMMO-CVCLOPAD Metal Works, Riviera Beach liassceAlln brief. training course at I alia Licensed funeral Director

(h..t.and.m..g. pad) Adair who represented Ihc 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART Listen lo daily market ncwi and average

... "'..". I". ef Pedersen Files legion last year, was elected a 5:30-Station MIKA 1400 on your dial
':: member of the Legislature and
JE I: h c Curls Slate representatives( Telephone AT 7-3134 ....,- ........ ..... .... ... .... '*....
For North Ward Marie Surdinha and Darlene llirt 24-Hoiir Ambulance Sen Ice Osygrn Fqiilpmvni '- ... ...... ......... ---
zell also won honors
-- -----
Edwin P Pedersen, 1509 North
Donald Road, Jupiter, has filed

Ward in in the Jupiter Town elections

Heat and massage have long been among the moat widely accepted Pedersen April has been a resident since
and recommended aids In relieving minor pains of arthritis,bursitu. 1958, and Is
and related ailments. The Niagara employed by Glad
Rheumatism, fibrositu,lumbago,
win Bassett, Inc He is married
Thermo-Cyclopad offers both heat and massage tat flat, comfort
and has
one !son.a seventh
able pad to ut on,lie on, lean against use all over the body The pupil m Jupiter School grade
combination of heat and deep, DEEP penetrating Niagara Cyclo- Pedersen will
Massage action help soothe pain of muscle and joint .helps ease Commander oppose Harold Ihe incumbent
B. Cor-
Uffnesi.. ,airfs In keeping joints and muscles loose and supple
But even more,regular use of Niagara Cyclo-Massage will help win. One of the Most Respected Members\ of
you rest and relax Increase circulation ease tension and
fatigue help you to a wonderfully refreshed, relaxed sense<< of Blood Bank

well.being... NIAGARA e"wonderful world of wellbein,!" Starts IIcre The Florida Senate

HEAT.MASSAGE SETA Jupiler area resident* is being setup
handy, portable let .. Includes the at Ihe West Palm Beach Blood
Thtrmo-Cyctopsd H.it,Masssg* Set to Bank through the co-operation of
,it on h* on, or lean against the I the churches in the Jupiter.le. 10 Years' Experience in The House,
vtrsatll* Hand Unit for localized masMi quest area
ill over the body .nd an ittractiv I On Thursday. April 1. a station
*instrument cat* I will be set up at the Presbyterian I II PLUS 12 Years in The Senate

I Church in-the Pines, Tequesta t I II
I Drive, staffed by Red Cross Bank
I personnel and registered nurses' I

q d!, $ IrJ Lhing I that Donors dayWomen's are. requested to report on A Member of Eight Interim Committees

In MACARAS"wonderful I Fellowship

MA4AIA CTClO-MAMAOf action Is linfyu*. .. work Hears Miss Doidge I II

combine modem*lo vertical ere t* ., plmaant horuontid, soothlnf' l' circular f...iUctwn I of well-kino;'* Miss Jennie Doidge, world traveler Former President Pro Tern of The Senate
d DEEP down
which penetrates p I
spoke to the Women Fellowship
to help you fad bitter in many ways.MO of the Congregational

.. TODAY FOII COM"LBTB D IT All* Church on Tuesday following a
--------------.' luncheon
... at the parish hall
.0 I Miss Doidge, who has traveled A Member of The Legislative Council

around .
I the world for the Congrcgalional
1 and United Church of
I Christ, proved to be an interest l I
ing. informative and charming i
speaker Her talk emphasized the
need and accomplishment in establishing I U
1 mission schools in India
and PakistanPreceding !

Free Demonstrations women of the the Fellowship luncheon,bad the a RE-ELECT

regular business meeting at which IRLO BRONSONTO
Financing Can Be Arranged Mn Theresa Albreacht presided DEMOCRAT

Alton Frost of Prospect Park

NIAGARA OF STUART Pa, who has been the guest of SENATE
Harry P Jackson for the past two
weeks, returned to the north on
"Loca," In the Beautiful Manatee Marina"
Wednesday Mr Jackson, who has ,

Box 535, Port Salerno AT 7-0050 been to ill his for home several from days,St is Mary returning iLhu Paid Political Advertisement He Works FOR Martin County Interests !


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THE mART flat I NTH I ....... .. .. h. ..... -. "- .. -. .
1bul'llday.lank.! 19. 1964 Building Permits 1'!
: I I Jan Reiner

CAROL ANN SMITH I Total $$86,100 Home Building Section *
A warehouse and five residences I'
II II Plans
Mutt Carol Ann Smith daughterof Florida House

Mr. and! Mrs Stanley Smith of I for weer which among\ building the twenty permits structure in Martin ,...".,.. .,.... -. er' ".,-oI ._ ,,.. __

Stuart has recently pledged Zeta County were ensued during the
Tau Alpha national social sororr" I past week for a total of $$86.10< RECENT BUILDING PERMITS "Th, secret of pleasurable Florida I brar>' of the person planning to
t). at the University of Tampa. The warehouse to cost $16.900. living is to take advantage of he i i I Id in this' state The author
Miss Smith is a sophomore al the will be erected in Golden Gate hy (Mann A through IJI) Florida y e a round climate" 1a Harvard graduate and a prac-
university. majoring in elementary Htghce and Sons for R. Wiley Males architect Jan Reiner of St. acing architect who for the past
education Four city permits t tatd til-: Owner Location (intruder 1)I'\crlp.I"\. AmountIndooroutdoor Petersburg: who has just published six i year has !specmli/cd in the

400( ; sixteen county permits. $72 an enlarged edition of his "Florida i'' design' of low cost homes particularly
More than half I he firemen 7K( ). City of Stuart Hornet magazine Mr Reiner suited for Florida living. He
killed on dun in .1 i recent twelvemonth It well! known to readers of this is well known for his articled and
study period shed of smoke ,, William Vollmer Stuart lunJ 19:% Stafford Drive None Pence S 200 newspaper through his house plans public lectures. Reiner plans have
inhalation I I1 O.A Oonstrtigiolt( Company 504 River Point Road North ApMIoIopoul05 Residence 11,000 which have appeared during the appeared in many newspapers and
--------1 Now CannoneerPrivate Graeme Mitchell :0' Detroit Avenul dlcr.Mi/e Encose Porch 700 past five years The new ninety- publications in this stale and elsewhere -
Or. I. O. ParRer 429 IIihi\Cu'l Sims six' .page edition offers house I In the St Petersburg area
Avenlll 1100,11'1' &. AJlitiurJ
William A. Vollmcr I 1"NOMarit
plans designed for Florida waysof he is also known for teaching
GEORGE twenty three. son of Mr. and Mrs County living and building. and article adult education classes in pi in.
Arthur H. Vollmcr Port Salerno on "Planning," Construction" ning and building of Floridi l i

NELSONPainting completed advanced training as a Fred Morris Jensen Highlands None AMiliOI\ 300 and "Gardens" homes
cannoneer t the Army Artillery
Like the this
"ie: W. 1. Smith Sea Gate' Harbor" Non Re\illcnce previous issues
and Center, Fort Sill i 1..f"O( ) edition contains a collection of Homer, the Greek poet spoke
Ala) on March 6 Adrian Whalen MaYAea Manor Non Remodel 2,081)Itill seventy t eight. "downIoearth"hlll'oC of pest averting sulfur in (ilK( ")

During the courc Vollmer was Rice IIllr'iC\hoe' Point None Residence 10(11111R ( ) plans aimed at budget.mind- U.C.. recording an early use of aninsecticide
Interior Exterior trained to serve as a crewman infield F. Wiley Golden' fine lIillheO \ Sims Warehouse 1.900/ ) cd fimilics. All homes are sUb-
artillery or howitlercrew.
.. gun Francis Ziemha Wl\lwoOlII/J Wagner Rc\ilcnco 11,001)Norkin ) on'grade masonry structure with
Dial AT 7-0949 He entered the Army last
airy rooms. high ceilings, large
Licensed A Insured October and completed basic i Arch Heights Jae Mo\ley Addition 2.CKlO windows and one or two !screened IJeathcote
training at Fort J Knox, Ky. Norkin Arch Heights Joe Mo\lcy Pumphou 1,0811)Tomasi ) "porch" The designs range in NurseriesArchitect
He was employed hy Stafford and Yurilll West Jensen Highlands; Non Reidcnce 7.000) sire from a low-cost and narrow

and the Brock Army.SALES in .Stuart before entering National Advertising Company Various None Four signs (each) 100 one bedroom .retirement home to Designed: Landscaping.

TOM POWELL William F. Marlin Hobe Hills Robert Marchione Swimming pool bathhouse 5.000 a deluxe: four bedroom family; t>ne Oriental Design A Specialty.
I plans are especially
W. C. Complete Line of Ornamental
AM EARNINGS: ; Milligun Cornea None Addition I 1,500 designed for narrow hut deer lots
Window Awnings SHOVVFO I\RMSF John Ocr"en Mobile Home OnrdenNone Utility room 1\00\ and other for larger lots with Plant Material. "The Indian
United Aircraft Corporation of River Area's Oldest landscape
failures like landscaped patios. 1 111000
Screen Rooms which Pratt & Whitney is a subsidiary ais and reflection pools. Each Nursery Our 38th Year." Turn

Mobile I Home division, reported thin its Retirement IIone of the Week: house u presented with a floor Right: off U.S. 1 at LinrtMry.
sales and earnings increacduh.. -, 1111- plan diagram a corner view. anda Lumber lit Fort Pierce Phone
Additions ..can ally in 19b3.( On sales of half.page description of the HOward 15332.
$i 1,28 1.070.409, the company : room arrangement, heating, con-
The Most for net 'income amounted to $21.1 Living Is Featured struction, decoration hints, etc. Altogether '

Your MoneyPHONE 450378 or $3.12 a share com the new edition contain METALW'e
pared with $18106561 1 or $2.hO twenty one.bedroom plans twen
287.4719 a share on sales of SI.I//0.4.58.fiR4 I ..., ty-nine two-bedroom plans (with Are Workers In !Metal

in 1962, _____ one and two bathrooms), twenty .II. WI DON' 11\VF. IF
-- The first of figures .
group two three bedrooms (also with one Wh CAN M \KE IT
in the house number represents and two bathrooms). one shaped
the square feet of liva- Tour-bedroom home and sit duplexes I
I Antique ; able area in the house. (The ate .
I other group is an office number "I I should like to think" writes I PLUMBIBGSTUART
-KEYS MADE- I Repair j .) According to Jan Reiner AtiI600 Reiner in the introduction that j F .
and the cost of building sucha 1 1 1ri a this! collection of homes would I
Lock Combinations house be reckoned as
may become at least a partial answer I PLUMBING
Restoration about $10 per aquare.foot 10 the planning needs of families
Changed : b METAL WORKS
exclusive I of cost For example (and builders and who
CALL developers) BOl MS Anent! T-0131 Stuart
-NEW LOCKS- a house numbered intend to build homes suited to
935-11 I would have 935 aquare '
warm region living
The Steele'sHobe feet of livable area and have the
Hobe Sound pica guided me in princi-j' PAINTS HARDWARE
should I
cost approximately
of these houses: (I) ( ) '
546.4881- 546-5137 Sound 546-4881 $9,350 to build, economy of construction and A Pintle 70363Ii

tcnince and ((3)) pleasant, C.lv.nL.d Pine
-- of the. middle-I
road appearance !so t
By JAN REINFRHIHMC IG a, y. iSi P families with modern or Plumb In. SupplltlPipe

1 1 No. 1606-16 tional furniture (and taste) may Cut
l foot.wid<9 sliding glass door joins I feel at home I To Sketch
Indoor-outdoor living (and sleep 1/sly PATIO The magazine is available at
the with tht
living-dining area Elrclrle SupnlUiMolar
mg) is the keynote of this three. I leading newsstands and bookstores'
screened patio. Incidentally the I ISa10IOai Bru.h. Far Block D.cher
I I or by'mailing $1 25 to the pub
bedroom (
twohllihahoOn.8fade, I Skill Porl.r C.hl. and Olh.ri
inside corner of the patio has a I hsher at I.()<)()-Fifty-second Street
Motors .Rewound I No 1600-( Hi. designed around the solid roof over it-see dotted line I II nf North St Petersburg Fla 13 71 O.I INDIAN RIVER SALESOn
rear patio wedged between the The DrlMJIINI'IUKE \. One Milo North
& Outlets Florida I Homes should be
Home Wiring master bedroom, Ihe living room on the floor plan. ... eAiN a celtt JDlSIEN BlEACH
fat addition the f
Water Pump RepairsOPEN and the breakfast alcove Like a Captains Bridge, the U \ nCAgA68 to e -- -- .--
shaped kitchen counter is strategically -
Where the lot and the pocketbook KITCN
ALL WEDNESDAY 4 allow it. this 18 by 19.foo centered! in the midst of in- b9lr LIYlNO ROOM s
I he stretched, into door-out-door day activities and ? eAr1
patio can say a 16Aa 16A bOtNINO .
18 hy 39-{foot patio to take in a adjacent both to the dining room
and the 10 hy 6 foot breakfast alcove f
12 24 foot
by swimming pool a BEDROOM
\ D ED bit of landscaping and a paved terrace To cooking center I ,
for dining under the screened! and the regkfesj: ajca, ,(with. .>nly gal0 HALL, rho'i.. ..,
sky the counter between them) form

One enters the square-shaped an unusually convenient unit for
living room through the covered family working and living/ II
front porch and a small hall, The The breakfast alcove wall contains POeCN !ED M
HIGBEE ELECTRIC a storage closet a lowt>p* I/rSON- .
area of the dining room flows freely ," ROWELL FURNITURE CO.
into) that of the living room and water heater with Morale space
above it. and a masonry barbecueB the hack of the garage may !be usedas tilated master bedroom has.. I 11 I feet I
both united the sloping I
are by
subtly Dial AT 7-0804 W* Give Gold Bond Steams
327OSCTOIA AT 7-0744 ceiling which flares up from (; ) handy to the pulio The sinkS a halfbatlanJ laundry. The of closet. The front bedroom his

left: to right (see picture), A 12Millions ([ ) faces the alcove window and laundry, room has a jalousie doorto wide windows on opposite sidi,:s. A
!- ',ar ....wgr ............. ......1-1 -.- affords A door a into view the of kitchen the pitio from the the girdcn storage wall creates acoustical separation I

!garage provides easy transfer of ,I The 17 by 48 foot bedroom wing between the two front hed-I
groceries. The two smull rooms at is a unit in itself The crOl-ven1 -i I rooms, providing ach with a I
k foot closet (with hi fold met il "
I s Two identical bathrooms have
x '4t"1 ? bick.to-back plumbing Hot water

s. Y for these bathrooms supplied
1 .f9E'cg !.FE1
? from another water heater (W) lo-

cited adjacent to the heater (H).
M I The bedroom hall also containstwo
By IU: (\SON! JR. tnct technicians assisted Westbury closets: one for household .
I '
farms, H, H Clements I E CMaltson supplies, the for linens Incidentally
Dean Smiley chairman of the and William Parks, recently : hithh.I: : n hill: hasa LiA .
Martin Soil Conservation District, with drainage and irrigation direct access to the patio via a I
and lee Cason Jr of the U. S. soils study for land-use; dcci jalousie door

Soil Conservation Service, Stuart sions. and revised; conservation Patio home No. 160016as I
thank the officers of the Martin dairy pi inning. Technical help with designed/ by architect Jan Reiner
County Fair Association, advisorsof !soils interpretation, proper I and the editor of Florida Homes magazine :
the Junior Conservation Club use, the planning and applicationof The magazine is available I 1
of Stuart and educational personnel soil water plant wildlife and at Val\ Book Store or by mailing I,
of the Florida Forest Service recreational conservation practicesis $1 I to I 1.(000)() -Fifty"second Street 1
fice, for their co-opention These is available to co-operators with North St. Petersburg. Fla 31710 I .
people enabled the district to share the Martin District
t. a i conservation exhibit with the DEDICATIONYour fJ.
Junior Conservation Club at the $21,27893 PAID Tops In Design i

air. Fish wildlife plants, art 781mRK. CLIENTS
work, .a sample conservation farm druggist is proud of the public service -
Rev Paul M Cassen, chairman
plan, and conservation
exhibited publicationswere of District 10 Welfare Board of KINGSIGNS I his profession renders, and aware of

Supervisors of the Martin Soil the Slate Department of Publio its responsibilities. lie knows that his job
Conservation District Welfare reported that in Martin I
I. ing a public speaking are contest sponsor-for County 782 persons were assistedin is vital to the health of your community. I

ugh school students, and Soil the four categories of public assistance i
Stewardship! Week in 1964 Avail. during February for a total
able Information on the speaking of $2327893Martin LII STUART DRUG CORP.YOUR
County is represented; on .
contest has been presented to high NEON SPECIALISTSFort
the District 10 Welfare Board by i
,1 schools, cash prizes are to be REXVLL STORE AT 7-182J
awarded at county area and Mrs Esther Fenton and Mrs Pierce HOward 4-1399

state contests to about twelve winS Charles R. Greenlees_of Stuart..
----- --
; ners. The Martin contest is slated
for the first week of Mav Please ,- I
: call Lee Cason Jr. at 2873313or You can bi sura..lf it's Westinghouse

) more information.
Soil Stewardship Week scheduled New; "Gadabout" all-transistor portable' phonograph e
ar plays all' monaural records on 6 "0' size' batteries or
d May 3-10. The Martin Soil AC power a "Pull.down"' speed automatic, record
a ; r y Conservation District will provide changer Precision ton arm ..dual sapphire stylus sIn
$.a. blank programs, inserts, and book- lip-ever cartridge e Convenient volume end variable I _
lets to all Martin churches requesting tone controls Durable wood cabinet with textured .
them for the occa.ion. Minis- tetra finish e 13%* high, 20'/a wide, 8'/.* deep, ..
ten may call 287-3313. or write weight only 21 Ibs.

come to play and some to stay! Sox 1234. requesting i materials; by ee

quantity Plans are to contact most ..
of the minltersfKII1..

Each year, ISO.000 vhitore! to the SunJihe >. ItS.., Induriry 8 whntinc Ph;... A ._' Martin Soil Conservation Dis-

State decide to. May far food Why* P rUy .Me Ui ntnctur*fa.bunr .cad, the, ;

for the Mme neon that draw V- "Mrs r ..L SWIM.....1'0pion"d modsih
touri.to"Ill the get Plaaa ((9uediihr. Wae.M4
eIooetric powve. .doe.paodinc w. meal",.,. Complete
c-.I Relog. J1..1tJ1. BarC Ail seew oar
odor) But eaotmde ..... _wwaty tile Ida'e doyt-growing e.rW l'IontJ. of erw.aipd Aulomothe 7995..0 '

_......> utumnt far.;ye.. lees | Think about k.Mr end. .... ....1ir..VWUe

buekse..eaeepgiif.-dpw. ....-..k.. seaid.a.eruraliGlrorv.atio.-e.dn.p/ Repairs .

w. Jiaargsat YrarpalMlastai Aid .', ... '
ewe:10fa .- maq Y law yedFLIRI1Ly II I MODEh "Atl ... NODEL "Act

-, ". -- Chason's Dial AT Garage 7-2311 I ED HIGBEE ELECTRIC

1 {(pSE rtl1I1'J!+CIX) II T;: .SERVtCE fOR SAFETY
.a4 ste .Ia S.uib Fed.r.l. HI. .." 32 OSCEOLA AVENUE: 217-0744 STUART, nonimf
iT.erhe coca wear. II



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nrT n sR'F !(Ilorlda I I ) rWq Tlmralap Starch 19, 1964 7 CI
Florida Un. . -- -_.
State MuseumTo .. .- "" .. ,. .

Give Lecture on Early Man t r '( .' .

Dr. Sears

} Subject IsAborigines

t t try ,. .


Dr William, H. Sears, curator ;:; -;- ff __ __
Y, 01 i the Florida State Museum and
\ memher of the faculty of the
L nil eNI\ ot. Honda Gainesville,
? a will, l present an illustrated lecture t J
at the 111 ml I Museum on Saturdai -
Much 21). at 8 pmThi pro w
gram which' is sponsored by the
Martin Count) Historicil Society
is open 10 the public 'I I here in,) sw nat
minus'''in fee. N
Or V.ar' will| of Florida with special
eml'hI11n" Ihe ancient I Indians
who lived along the Fast Coast !
ol Florid! i. He will illustratebis ,. .,
talk with color slides o f early
niiin 111t,1,. ecaVlllil'nof Indian ,
mounds and various, major illscount's -_m_. '_ '" --
,in Ihe archaeology field
of N. MWI-Sl' MOIORIM: I( ,innovation Pictured, hen, ash( the Chrysler turbine 'iir >manager 'ol 0 >iniei' Motor .the 'ai wi mi 11 i two being taken to Miami\ for
\ native Valley Stream
y Dr Sears received his A.M. when it pissed through Sluiirt list week in Allornc! Mj I iiinuin )lohn MI t unvin II' 'wi '"lIlh1''hl" imilie i lint three-monlh driving test I
degree I rom the University of I law Jr.. manager ol the' Honda. Powei A I ghi/ t o md Roy Davidson general

Chicago ,in anthropology in 1947 .. '- "' ,......... arwrxa?.-..
md his Ph.D. degree from the has sited' hits ulul I ,, I to turn up\ '
jmvcrsit, ) of Michigan in 1951. Diamond Earrings Boosted Ihe earrings
Hit has been a member of the

aeulh l has ol done the much University field of work Flordi in- Kiernan Theft by $18,000An Druuspan Bids CARTER'S of ChicagoHair

summers in connection with the Set March 31
University of Georgia Georgia $Rll() theft in February has I sheriffs office last week that a
Department of Slate Parks and become an $18) '(MID: theft in March pair ot diamond earrings are apparcntl Bids will he opened for t the'I' Styling SalonAT
Georgia Historical" (Commission Mrs J. b. Kiernan ol Port 1 )' missing and she believes proposed drauspin over the In. 1 1I
In 1962 he was awarded the 50"all reported on Kb I 18 to taken the leb I IKbreak'in dinn River 10(.K) Tues
that thieves had they were m at ( : a in on 7-0800
Rice University Stun-centennial the sheriffs oil lice I
Medallion for his valuable contributions entered her home and taken about which would boost the day, Starch II. at the. Sine Road
---- to the Symposium on $KOO( ) worth t of miscellaneous loss to $1 H.OIIO. I Dcpirtnunl headquarters Talluhissec 38 E OSCCOtA STUARTWant
Early Man in North America"The jewelry She reported a thorough/ search the 1 draw span i is hrillse.1
nil I KM II. SEARSWARRANTY Florida archaeology lecture Mrs. Kiernan reported tit the L!the house and other places she_ section of the three.section,
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marks the last of the season .
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J I open to the public The Historical'
Society plans> a series of evening
DEEDS FILEDNote !.I. films for the public which will

_.. stall June 24 at the Elliott Museum .
li L-IU j '. .

riven below The are truw. ItIlIlIAd action, tIRnrea Ilion' I Hirvcy. Lot 42 Sylvan Shores '
crate set roar "tnmp' + IIffl,1, In' MOO 1 '() 7FII..V VMOR ACXIN (L :
the deed at i the rate or 3b ;
rents per $100. III caeca wheenronelderntlan fruteeof the Internal Improvement 01:'\/ m: HONOR:\ ROIL 1
I. nominal aurhAS
Fund of the Stale of
reUO/ul.hm..nt, or trtutwehlpa '- Zelia Tavlor of Stuart has been
or similar" mere chore no Florida to Audrey Pennock Lich placed on the honor roll for the
Itenney rl"IOII" hands. nlampaindlcale A parcel of sovereignty lurid in the
a mAn $1110 valllP. Thar, are 11I.IAncrA North Fork of the Loxuhalchec -kmey Academy at HI1"ey-in-lhe.
where mnrr atumpe. ere plarrdon River King between the establishcd .
an Instrument' then A"'ual Hills, Dr. C. A. Vaughn Jr. academy -
value or Ii 'r.n.f' but peel.odlcalh I bulkhead line and the line of headmaster, announced .
the complmIlA"' nffireInveelJaetre nieim high water of government. Grades awarded
are on a nunicr-
which hoe .Iumr'Ulnae appear rnea to III lot 1. !section I 16, township 40( S.. cal) rather than letter basis al the
have warrAnpl.been pllll'Plt The Nrue Ihllll'tnkee 1 ihr too noreepnnelbully range 42 E. $1.W. academy Dr. Vaughn acid, ando
for the ilniat- Harry C. Wood to Lor y F. attain the honor roll distinctiona
\111111111011.. \Vhci/el! Lot 10 and E'/i of lot student must maintain an over.
(:harsh: 9 lhroiiL.h: 17)) 9, Woodshed subdivision, S4.S00.( all average ot. H5 or above Miss
I Lory F. Whcuel) to Carl I L, Ear Taylor is the daughter of Mr. and ,
Morley Wenncsheimer 1 to Wil- ley Lot (10 and b''* of lot 9, Wood. Mrs. T. T Taylor, 405 East Ocean"ulevard. .
ham J. Malheson Lots I
through shed subdivision $5.MM( ). .
10 inclusive block 142 Golden
Gate $6,000Martin James B. Watson Sr. to James To EnjoySECURITY

Count _Mar.UcDon- F. Hutchinson lots 21, 25 and. _. twI
) to 27 '{,oideTrtif;; aid Hartman Ixit 1014 and I 16, hlock Stuart $22.000(
Roland Merrell to E. Richard
51. Golden Cute Park. $100
Neal F. Kilhourne to Joe John
Williams. (. 1 Gull
I (It Harbor
Douglas D Rector to_ Harry A' $6.600. son Realty Inc lot 3. block S.Kilching' .
Coral I Gardens Construction Addition to the Townof
Companv Inc. to C Flwood! Lewis Smart $1 .tOO.)( )
I i lot 25 Sea Gate Harbor $14- Yvonne R. Fame! to Coleman .
,I (000) F. Carroll A parcel of land con-
c I Eugene I L. Mornssctte to W. H taming 1 15 acres in section 6. township I
40 S.. 19 F. $100) / -
Wagner Company Properly in lot range
::tr SADDLE. 7. Hinson Grant 5H.000.( ) 1 I Yvonne R. lamcl to Coleman
![ Jessie Horrohm to Floyd W. F. Carroll. A parcel of land containing
., 1lalehubdlviion.. $100( ) I township 40 S? range 39 F. $100(().
SAVINGSURING (' oral I Gardens Development I I Grace McDonough to John )H
( orporalion to William }. Hart- Mason. Lot 13. block 7, section
THE mann Jr Lot 1 111. Coral Gardens I I, Hibiscus Park. $7,000(( lk'
Subdivision, plat I I. 51.HOO. Nellie Pezzoni to Emerson R.
Arthur I I. Murray to Royal American Tyler. Property in tract 60, section
Industries, Inc Sections 21 2. township 39 S., range 40(
ARGAINROUND. 24. 25 26 15 and 16. township F? Palm, City Farms. $IfK( ).
( IN S.. range/ TJ F $ ()O.'OO.( ) Richard F. Bii7/ingham to Ira
.Up'\ Oscar H. C'h islain to George M. Adams Lot I I. block 61, Port
P. C aiilkms Jr. Property in sections Salerno $2.500( ).
7 and IX!. township 40 S. Alex I I.yp to Adams Enterprises,
only I Mar. .'16.24. range 39 E. $450000) Inc Property in lots I 18. 19 and -.
Kremscr I and C Corporation to 20, Commissioners' Subdivision of
usUSED Flsi M Frederick I lot 9, hlock Hanson/ Grant $12000(
n,1 \ 21. section 1. Hibiscus, Park $1.- Silas Jackson Brown to Annie
('uliI 400(() Heath. lots 21 and 22. block 1,
I i I Iraitor $795. S. I B. Jaquith to Lelia McCuneI Northwooir $1.500. Start your Savings Account now with
ny I 101I.I I. 2 and 1. hlock r, C'levc-
i-t ( 46 land Addition $1.200C ).
ri Hay Baler 750. lifford M Johnson to David ProfessionalHearing II

1 'International( Metro II Conrad. lots I I. 2. 5. ''J. 10 II. Aid Service First Federal. Save each day and watch I Yo
Van Truck 449.Intcrnullonal I 12, 1and 14, block I 18, Port pay 1
I |.l'lIlI Salerno V>.500( ). IVY A. BYRNE
;, Pickup Truck 449. Martin County to Martin Memorial Certified Hearing Aid
Hospital. Inc. Lot 20 hlock
36"Hoe Smlity(Head Tree 275 I 55: lots 2, 4. 6, I 8!. W'j' of 10. 14. AudiulogUi your savings grow into an account that will 4 DIVIDEND
l. I IK. and 19 block 51: and lots 4. Specialists in Quality Hearing
Hardic Air Blast 6. I 8! and 12 block 51 I. Golden Gate Aids Batteries, Ear Molds and RATE PER
H Spray Machine 1995. Pirk $100John )/).
of All Makes ANNUMgive
I F. I lynch to Arthur Ruhn- and real I mind.
AS-IS I' ke lot 27. block )2 Broadway 107 Atlantic Ave., II. Pierce you security peace of

Section of St Lucie Estates. $100( ). (Opposite St. Lucie Bank)
International Farmall I Anthony Priore to Joe Johnson HOward 1.3035
",\'e Tractor $350. Realty Inc Lots_I and. _2, block

Case high Clearance I. .

I 2(Tractor International Foragelioppen ea. 250.595. SLIP COVERSFOR

Dearborn Side Delivery
Rake 195

g NEW Boudoir Chairs
Special Discounts on

All New Equipment I AND LOAN
3 Point lift Grove (LESS: CUSHION)

I Discount Price
With Skirt I MARTIN CO.

MintonEquipment ; ONLY s2
i j
Hepaln Fxtra


511 S. 4th Street IN MVRITS COUNTY I
Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Fort Pierce, Florida JUPITER ISLAND I
PHONE:'\/ HO 1.ogOor -- Friday Evenings S to 8
I IAU. p.m. p.m.

f. r Ho Sound Clyde McCee! Owner 5444141 I STUART_ ? AID8 4 % a;_( i t .4't4' J'} Closed SaturdayCurator

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a.c 'ITI1t mART (na,) !'Ii'tW T1nir' ...tll'. 1\I1II''b 19. 1964 I ,0 ,_ -_ --1_ -_-- -_. -"-----p, .y" _' ''r----. -- ... Gondola Car on Directory of Churches

Organizations Directory f" 'I F.E.C. De-rails BIL UNION, CON.IETIONA

ti.fAir 101: SHARP
ORGANISATIONSAleekollc. rot. C. Board .1 rontog Adjootm.s5Jhoh'msnFsd ,4 RLV
.ltoad.. ,_ 9,4& e.. Minday ltuhoiIt
Aaeayaioua 'tI; Th.... 7.tn. rn f'.d....... ., On Friday 13thIt .to .... Moeoioe Worahlv
w.... I.10 ,a>.. J B C.'....unll' "I.u") 10.90. a.n to .1 tm WedmFellowship Wotn.
Amateur Radio Emerieacy Cotrpeculaul Martin County M,leeum Cem.mle.loa as'
H' ."". I halm.,at,- Me. Ituiih I.. Will".mhby It. J.

'C".rd.n..O"1'4 ''ria..... I ..... 4th Vu.... 7 au pm, tourthou.e I was really Friday the I Hth klV PEOPLES MAYNHU CONGREGATIONAI.-JUPIIOe A.

M. C Zenlng and ComBleeleet I for the Florida East Coast Railroad AT 7-2512 *Ot m Karlr ItILL
ReeciM .......* DILA.PRYR ; : Schoul
'helraian.-.lamei CouiitouStl.ul 1 11:01: am Church
Pp..k.pt-Mra. Earl J. Rleo
.. ...... B..rdCh.lrmun'hl.nry I than a.m. Moraine W.r.hl. Nanarrdurlnc
4th Tuea.. 7lt P.H
O Kindred I A railroad gondola car loaded ASSEMBLY OF COD-Pain City .

II......... ',,,... ," Wea.ee.* CluPreelitent and Mon. 7 10 p m.. Coure.bou.eeTew with sand de-railed just 1 north of 10 :00m. Sund.y S.ho'' 1i 10 ,.m. Youth Vemer Bombs

-I Ida Meanlnrer U :00 am, Mnrnltii W,,r.Mo Jenen
the railroad Stuart ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-' Bob
PhI Nat I BaalCBCIKUI of Sewalle Point bridge in early .
tnd-itk Toee, el.hl. 7 :10 p.m. Thuri.. Dibit Btu.l" .. KCV NORMAN B. rtASTKBSuied.
Mayor 1. M..u.llnInd
I Friday Ida: p.m. Bund.,. Youth IIonl.
| P.Hi Nertk\ River" SaeraePiopieity Wed, I pm. Town Hall lila p m. K nuo., huH ,. .,
0....... AooclatleePreeldent - - The de-railment was apparently 7,1 am. Halt CommunlnnI
-C. M. RohratwuihMeeting I caused when a drop bar broke and FIRST BAPTIST-0 S. Akron Aveaue : a.m ramlly Lommuiilon ana
lei Wedncudar. at borne POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS HUDSON. nieireh School
I struck the crossties nd Sermon
Interim PaatorSunday ibIS .mMo.nln. Prayer >
AxeclatlcMPr.iWrt Republican Club ., Mertm County ., Holy )
Can iQareeiie Clvta Preiletonb. -J.mee B. WauonRepubllcaa of the bar from the D.,. C..D.Dlo.1W..k
-Edmaad Bld Wemen. Club el Martin C* fel I, ..m. Sunday School Tueiilir t Holy Communloa
riculturaj | t e.m
let Tea. I p.... M C Af President Mre.. John W. lIu...* was by a a.m MornliaWonhlp Tbur.d.r-10 turn. Holy Cimmanloa

Freeeel AOmOIOt0P.hd.otODIou.l. Ird luee.. I ,.m.. lint National Bank c"1 Stuart police car, causing slight sao p.m. Training Union trint Thuriday, Heallnx Kervlee)
v.. SetteBIOer4ea 'MI p... Evening WorshIp F.ld.yL.... Holy Commiiiilont
M. C. Demecretle Enecutlve CommitteeRELIGIOUS '. damage Wsduu.day. .
i :
M_ 0. ..u Chuirmun-Edmood!: T. Murre UT.OOV' ;Z \ 7'l While clearing the a derrick I Iii 7,15 ,... aiid.esnic 'r.,.. 1"1. Unity Cburnh 10 S. Fifth. F.r,.
$.T.-M.rd. 81. ClaItMsntlno. : :J. t \ tack. II ,00 Lm. Sundut
Cob. .. Stuart MeCerdHbNBY Cburb
... W. RueMTlad OD .U '''_ snapped a power BAPTIT.1 10 am Wedneedar
_Id.n. ... Joha : ; ii ..
/ .
Womaae CUb ; > 4M line throwing the area out of electricity
Moa.. 1..0 f *- - -- -
.. On AcaocuttloePreildent ORGANIZATIONS ... ." for about 15 minutes. I 11 .t a.m Morning Wor.hlf American Lutheran h
... .. Park .
-Oe..... Mac. Don.Id Clrle' Friendly SutIrtyI..dr'hItu. U ,'" The eighty.car freight was bound iilO pm Tr.lning Union W Prune blots hiad,. Pert St. LucieH

tot M. 7ulO ..... Firet Notional Belt Jack Whltlear ;.II'.;: '4' ':: :' fro Miami t Cape Kennedy. i 1:10 7146, pm p.m. Ev.nlnv WetInuolor Wor.hlp. Prayer 0 BItE PASTOR

FrI. I ,..., 8t Mary Chunk .: I Meeting .141. ,I ..m. 8und. Behnal.
Clvle ClukPreeklentflradr ,.
IticH.nlev* L.. $.enlos

.Moa P... 8mlt4ta St reiilent Jooepk-Guild Mr. Iward Klniella f.,. : ,,,.. ._.. ., ::...:_ .;0L Union scales for building trades, I FIRST 0. C. .A'TllT-Po Salerae H 1010 S. SOUTHERN W..hl METH MISSION
printing trades and, local truck VLOR rotor Mntlni Sound Clvk Center)
lit Mon, I P .... School :45 ., i Hob
a.I.mh Caraea Cluk TEN UNITS LIKE THESE FORVHlfES READY SOON drivers across the United States : a.m 8.hol KiV : BENET. Peelm7i4l
.-Mra. Calvin WilberIrTweci. $It. JoMpk Holy Name Society 11 tOO .. Morning Wor.hlp
I p.... J. B Womaa Club Prs.idsut-H.1 Ro.marin rose more than 3 per cent in 1962. t): 0 pm DfC alan p.m. Song Kvetilna Servh-e WorshIp
Thun. .before tool Sun.. I p m. School White Units Ready Soon I I 1 IO p.m. Evening Worship. .. cm :

,..... Bomb VmS AeweUtleapre.ldcMMVMre. - -- - 'rir-ii I ttlOpm. Wediueday Payer HOLY CROSS ._
France. Hubbell I loi>. Choir practice XAVIUt CATHOLCladl


r.el1W....... Club Bo, Scout: ef America I REV JACK FERNANDEZ Manaus-Sonday., 1,40 mm. Pirot
GUY romwell Sr.utm..r-E.rl Delp 9 a.m But,day School day. S. p.m. Cusfomubono I hstur. Mu,=
Prwldeat-Mr.4,.. Mua.. p,m.. Woman Club Wed. 7 ilo p.m.. Stuart Am. Legion Hell Praises Upkeep on New HomesHomes I wish to express my gratitude It ,.t a.m Morning worship ST. MARYS EPISCOPAL-

CoanlF Audubea Society Boar.1Ir4 Sea Explorer.. J...... B....., S*>, 420 to all the go folks at the Martin SIlO 7i4C pm Trailing Evening' Union Worahlp Boul.,... Stuart 1

Marrin Men. I po, Judge ClonU1 off 10. iklpper-Oeorge Ul.e.on Hospital for their Tl46 ,p.m...... Wednea Prayer Meeting The RlV W. H. ROWE. Reetol
Wed. 7IlO, ,... Anchor* MarluSERVICE
for Mental. Healtk in Sluart Housing Au. untiring efforts in behalf of Mrs TROPICAL FARMS 70., OilS, I ..ID. (Pontto Jane
M C AuoclatlcM - - her last of ,BATIST-.7 7:ID. (June to Sept.)
SchroederInd Mary Renton in days LKWla BTANL1U. I
Preeldent-IUv. Donald thorily', low rental project in Lit. .e'- Week Dave
Thnri., goon Th. Reef CLUBSlltrltaa tie Dixie are being kept in excel. m P : _.:- suffering I.I .,t a-m, Buncl.j gchool Wonhlpt sits, ..m. Hoi, Kucharlet Tbureilar ant

M C Chapter. Aeceerlcea C.._ Society Club .1 Stuart W--- ..j ton am.m, M..nlno Union Saint. Oars and aa announced
lent Arthur P. I p
condition Krieger
H .IoDWool.
Chairman -Mellory Pre'ident-'Aaron Robert H Renton lou Ev.nlng Worship EPISCOPAL
MerMa MMierlal HMpltal AuaHlarrPmleleint .. ISO p.m., Ship Lanternndlentown executive secretary, told SHA at ( i:. APPLICATIONS ,., .,i (Husband) I:00 p.m. W.d Midweek Prtyet S"CRAM"NT- St., ladlaatewe

-Mra. Cart Otto Kiw.nl. Clubl'nuidrnuJun.u its meeting Monday March 9. \t DUN KLIN MEM BAPTIST-Indi'ntowe THOA LOUCI
'let II..... filet Matlopal Bank Rln.oW.d. wmiimrjemtm'\mii' < '- & HbV LOfT I an. Church School
AeeapreJlrlent heaoen He added that all sixty units are : Tdlwtt>r 7 / JJj-; .11.LEG'L 'I'D School I .,8 .... Holy EucharlitCHRIST
Mcertfa Cavity Retarded Calldre* .. till 10 ,.... Henlnol g Mw Mug 10:00 Sunder ,
Ire SwlgortrrdThure. occupied.: "i1 Ft'rNEMK'T IliOO am Morning Wor.hlp,

., 710pm., Ct.ni.ltht.. UtNaUNarleaal ,Pre.ldont, Beeck-Jeme.Lion.Dean Club Applications' t are still 1 being received if \ FOMAVA1LABLE : ; IM ran nHIT"r HOIKP OP TIIF 6,1 p.m.p.m. Training WOPhlp 8.vl.Union. (Winter MEMORIAuplt.ow. t I".! .

fteeratarlee. Ae.oclatlo. Vea.l. Io tlrd Wed. Sill: ,.ID., Beyaour. for the SI ten units for whiles, NnTI FISH J5llIicL HtHTIM< UK 101 I IT ., I '0 p.. W.d.. Mld.1t 1.1. CHURCH OF CODIndl..to.
Poo1d.0tVirgiol. !
4tk TBure. {iret $. loao1 Hank uplter-Ho Sound Krw.nl. ClukPre.ldent Krueger said and these units will CITY HALL >\ OVATE OK FL. HIUIM \ ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Ext lOtb 81 Rk.V
AT CHtX'HI Ml. S57 KEY JAN JANUSiLWSKl. Adm loins, set Sunday Si-hoof
,... City CaNoe CluWPreelefenl -Hubert Harp Lite Uarln. be ready for occupancy as soon L> W O1UU30N. a\True' Week boo : Mm thru Ml .,80: 11 ,00 ..1. Morning Worahlu,
.. -Mr*. Su.an Myfeler. Mon, T pm, Jupiter at the sewerS are installedAt '"* aI."rd., 7 ,80Conf tieS, p.m. E.enln Wonhlp

Sod Tocir.H :$O L.... Clots Center Rotery Club ef Stuart Monday' meeting. SHA Commissioners "I ,: :HOUSING AUTHORITY OF ::1I I'lalntlffOEO'ROB I before..ilor.l flret Saturday Friday of and month Thur.dara, 4, toI I '10 p..... Wed Knd..vo Young People.

Clerl Org.aUatle.Pmldont '... .,_Dr. E. Hlnnton Mauy I
Palm. CIlt i ,10 and TOil to 8JO ,.....
for 3 CARDYNY,
also reviewed
'-Or. George H. Beet W.d.. Ullt pm. SunrUe Inn plans FLA. CHURCH OP THE GOOD SHEPHERD.

lad Tue*., Clvle Center Stuart Klw.rel. ClubPr..idsttDr. playground ficilitlcs in the Tenth I CITY OF STUART. el a" D.I.nd.nl.IOT'f'J { Hob ST. CHRISTOPHERS Sound CATHOLIC Jupiter HtV ELMER

Pelnelena 1.C A..ecltleprMlcleatKee 11. Haiedale nipioa and Tarpon Street area K4 AT 7-0496 'L It... at a.m Sunday* 710am: Holy 1 ALL.
W Maraoh Thur.., II:II ,.m.. Town Iluu.oPtu.rt .'f __ : "U.I 1 I 0:50: ..m. Parub SermoL
I.L 110.. I ....> komee Hl.Bt.ppos'o Square Dene Club ;--:--- '-- -' e .. Notice I I. hereby that the FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST and Sundar lu.h..I.t..'.

roll Balerae CI...... Aeeeelatln Pre.lUent-(ullbort Douee .. ; IInd.r.lln.d.virtue aa Special of the' Monte Final lie'un 11:00-724 iu..O.n.Boul. 11,10, ..m. Mornhg. Prayer. Plr.t Scumonth
: ., : : :1' a.m
Low Bids Are : day of the .
Treilclent.-Welter aCon. Thun, B ,.ID.. Youth Center cr.e of Koreclonure heretofore" cnterrd 11:00 a.m Holy CommonJENSEN
let Thara S .m,, Clvle .' ., : Ion plain
p Meeting
In thai certain cauae Stun r m l n.Ti'.n'ro
C .ln.
... 0 :
ltd Tknra.. I pm Supper tuart Lions Club APPLICATIONS ARE BUNG TAKEN In tha Circuit: Court of the Reading. UoureiMon BEACH COMMUNITY

pert Salerno. Civil Dar..... 1'.ld.nAI Kernernd Judicial Circuit of .'I..le. In and .hru.h hi. 10 a.01.-. p.m. Skyline. Drive. J.nMn Beech
plrehouH. tnd Tueedey 7:1* ,.m. .4th Wed,7pm., Town Kouoe Rejected on for Martin Iounty, .vrbe- Saturday. 10 a.m..IilO ,.01. BBV. NEwTON M. TWttDTHO
('hucrrCoso N". 8T9. In wl Ic h t a.m. Sunday School
Itle Chic Club Stuart Soroptlml.t Club Inl vOrrlmn, an T mob... ,la 11..11'tiff CHURCH OF CHRIST-425 Palm Bob ltd.UKULb .,BO and II out. Morning Worehlp
Pre'lctonb-J.ek. Shomer 1'ld.nt.-\ Wolf School BusesA President and Grant Kirk hum and lOHUhLU, MinuterSunday I:10 p.m. Youth lellow.hlp
tat Tbun. Clubhouee. et-lrd Th..... sons SuarlM In*. Cancer Society U. Klrkhnm, his v'If. J. I'. Pita 10 00 Bible Study J ,IU(l p.m. Wednesday. Youth ChoIrS
a m
II hi
Loulun *
gnrald and 10
"lw.rlld. : p.m. Wedneedey, Senior Choir
ltu.t MlirCcineliu1. Stuart Jayceeere.id.nt vlfa. T M Iconard '. IliOO a.m Wo..bp and CommunioaS 1 ,lOO .
R. VanderreerOrel bid! of three old Ilor.n. p m Thursday. Midweek Service
-Dick Prynr'uee on two unusable .UO Worehlp
pM leoimrj, 1,10 wife and U pm Ev.nln.
",.d., ISO m, Club BuUdlncTaheWla ': ., TOO: pm, Pink:: Pony school buses owned by the Announces Drive in AprilThe and Kuth Irlee. hi. wife at'.' l 1- .. ., JEHOVAH WITNESSES-Brltt Rod

Condos Croup - - - Martin County Board of Educa. t"IId"tN." I. aa S,,etlal! Mauler' Inlliancurv ,.1,.ID. Hldmook Blbl. Study Sunday-I p.m. Watchtower lI'ud
Monday' ,80
I. Koete* '") btli" t-uurtIn p.m. Bible
Robert THE CHURCH OF GOD-Flail. t..d
D""maa-M." komee VETERANS OKUANIZATIONSmerlcan tion was rejected by the board on I, cull d ucron nPIotn., ., an,I bvirtue M.ALpIN It Thureday 7i:10. ).. ...., Sill,
IslO a.ai. REV. BILLIE 8cbool
Went, Martin Cancer Crusade
IK ., _ Legion J...... Beackommander cancer death toll over a the County of the termn thereof offer fir 10 00 Sunday School Service Meeting
"" "CHAMBERS or COMMERCE -CllfUin; Ilt.rnn'l.ltdItt 'la Monday night, March 9. twelve-month period i in Martin and Jack Hampton is county isle and 5th lt at .,, wi outer} to 11KIO e am.m Morning Wor.hlp REDEEMER LUTHERAN Oceea Bid.

Mon, I p m.. Legion Balltmorleea The bid was made make the highest und bent bldter I for rnnht 7:10 Evening Wor.hlp RfcV DONALD K.
Hobe' Boundp.ul4tot..Dr.. County was greater than deaths treasurer Any one desiring to p.m. BLHROEDtB
Wllll.m M,..* Legion, Stuert John Lee Turnr who bbIJh$3V5$ the Northwent front doi r of ticnurthoiiK 7 :80 p.m. Tu.... Pr.,... Meeting 5:10: a-m Sunday School Bible Stud
Ird Tvee. I ,.m., Community Center C..mm.nd.r-Juh. L. Taylor resulting from motor vehicle. accidents contributions or obtain information (' of Martin (County In lieCity 7:80 pm Their.. y.p.E. Service 10 :10 a.m Woreblp Servlea
on a 1932 bus and 20.50 on a them other of Htuurt l Flat Ida an the lied
ltd and ith Frl. II pm. Legloa. EaUmerlcan may contact or any
,.n...i Beech Area day of March, 1564. between the HOBE SOUND SOUTHERN METHODIS CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN-
r..ld.nt--.nk. For.berg. Legion Indl.ntowa 19V bus The information i is given in the member of the Martin County li,inra of 11 I 00 o'ol"('k AM and CHAPEL (M.... In C.mmunl Jupil.r
lad Mon. dI......... I ....... Cnmm.nd.r-Jlm Bitbyth Unit. 100: PM. the mine biltiK KfV tHAKI..I U HrNNtTT!: I'n.tur KII'H!: JOHNSON. Paator
The board authorized o'cl.1
u Superintendent annual report of Florida Vital Statistics .d houn Bchool 5:00: am, Church School0Ou
PootPr..kl.uIE S..ler.0 B..., I P.... "' .MI day un thO stun
:. C. Blackmail ; Thomas L. Crook to get for 1962 recently releasedby the legal .) of aale. nepnraleI 7:45 pm Wor.hlp Service am Pi..lor.' Cl.e,.
Bud Tour, I ,..... Flrehoue m.rlcaa Legion AuallUry I J.n.eei RouubPrs.idr.tMrs. the buses the I tic-rent* of laid, IHfenlant In and 10 00 a.m Morning Wouhln
hums; MuCus appraisals on so the Florida Slate Board of S & ) nUI.DF.RI t,, that pertain aari-emi-nt and decCounty .

t .rt R. Bonn,) K.l.on I &nd.4U Moo. S p.... hoard would have a guide line for Health IS : ) buraIls .f t..t doted c..mbor .1 t PINES] a\FIRST>;v. WALTER METHODIST D. -JEBSUP 1500 Colorado AT*
fur th".nj
merlcan Legloa Auxiliary, Stuart" selling the buses, 22, lObs, b.lnl tu.1 t 1 1 am. Mornlnc Worchl
tnt tnur., I a-m information tabulated In t
' p..ld.n'-MI" Clara May T.lma Other Secretary of Slate Tom Adams I'',, P 5 lucille am. Church School,
: I
Metall MerclianU Mvl.loa nd.4th Mon, I p.m., Legion Hall I The board also authorized Crookto showed that toot number of death has announced the chartering of j '( to-Hit, tlorlda doucriboda. r Stand Tallpt I,00 ..01. Morning Worship
dt Cbolo0000-hlltP Thou... BLurt Burnout Choobit BuIldIng rlertlaj County B.......... W.W.I Veteran check into the cotli of three from all causes in Martin County S & M Builders, Stuart, 1(10 shares : (One:80 p.m.. Youth ps.n Ice Pellow.hlpe at IB an during

"CONSERVATIONAncukoa h Comm.nd.r-I'htllp Ird Frl, J B. Community A. hit.. Center new school buses and report to the i for the year 1962 totalled 231. Of of common, no par value, builders H,olin l of at ft the point ilothwcoteOrnorof one (I II) chain In Florida'sFuture July I and: Auiu.t Sunday .cbool. 1 1 ta I

board. this total thirty-two died from cancer and contractors Incorporators Oovurnmont Lot 4. flectionit TRINtT MITHODIS"-_
Society rlartln County B....... Aunlllary Towmihlp South. lOunge !
rVrldenEu' ea* J."N.Boo lit 1'.ld.nt-Mro. Kuth N. Hall and seven from motor vehicle are Mallory L. Johnson Rob. 41 East I th.".1 Root and par I 0 <0 NEIl Sunday

' Ird Mon if pm BaaakrMldenkCbarlee .t-lrd Frl. I ,...... Old Com. Churek. GARY A. WALKER accidents ert F. McRoberts Jr. and Mary V. allHl to the South line if, call I:10 am. Wor.hlp l.vl.8hoo

'"Klndrnd1utot.IP.m0Cultthuun0' ITFW. S.uartComm.nd.rJ..hn IN NAVY IXMtCISF0F : According to statistics released Byrd. Government lot 4 to I the thence water trUl. AIMHtTIM *l % rIN 7,50' p.m. E.oiig' Wo..hlp' 1t sal
of the Ulnntli Oiean Sondups
M Murraylnd4tb TAIWAN COAST by the Florida Division office of mthaaaterlv oleOldrring:; i tie, 1.4
Golde Gate Building (0'l STY f 01 HT OSCEOLA STIOCET
Thun., rilH S.a.
A O..n .11".WI
TUM"Jualer, till Ceeeervalloa..... Stuart Club Tenth Out** r"FW ltdiussuuoatC'mmaolur'.lrnnpb. Gary A Walker, radarman second the American Cancer Society total SAtS 'TAX IKI: IS to water a point of which the l.nl' chain. 01.MtllllN I-1..oil IDV <'1111'1''I'A'I't) 06EV: D. H.. Susday KNIGHT.MITHODIT., IR .
cancer deaths throughout the state of tha Mouth line of ti.c..U.2 t.
W. Preeton UP IN COUNtY:
Stuart Sallfu.. Cl.ib. class, USN, ton of Mr and \nrtb Townahlp 87 South, IN RIOVItli I1MB I I am Morning Worship
lavlrd Bat., < :III p.m. Poet Home have continued to increase from l-HPATr: ill"tNT ) Women. .,
Br.dley Mrs. Lester A. Walker of Skyline Hang 4 Rout aa meaiured at 11..lon. Society moses tint
in Martin *
Sales collected
t.'t.--::: ., general meetingIrd fPW Aualllary. Stuart 7,719 deaths in 1960, to 8.233 in taxes right ungiel thereto: thorn HHblAUD ) W.d"Thu" mOD.b *' l-4' *..
W id, I .m dlrecton. let Natl Bk, Commander-Mr.. Melvlna Weed Drive Jensen Beach participnt- 1961 and 8814 in 1962 'County in February amounted to v ootonallno parallel with LefcMllAN, > *.,.
livery Duos! 7;lit P.m., Wlthaa FMd l.t-.ret W.d., Golden Gate BuildingMISCELLANEOUS ing aboard the destroyer IJSS $ $47- th< Kmth Situ of cull Hcetlin 1'"PR..d. 1 T,45 ,.... Prayer Service
fiO,30l.42 to
ACS Unit President Mai- I compared '" TO I : CAll : rn. .
County (I.
"" ; - - - "ollett In a co-ordinated U. S.-Nationalist \152.74 for the month last 19 and l.clh.n 24.RIver to thn WIorSof thrnce .,1'1"1'dlor of 1.tl'I'OI, ,' of IOTt ..B' .oa "a'
PBtEMEN-S lory L. Johnson in commenting on ; hale th* Indl.n : Amy deiranedaie :
Chinese amphibious exercise NortlsweeiorlY t meandurlnit the thpp..rd .nlh.n. SOUThERN '
Beach firemen t AiiaUleryPreeMent year. I Ii to
-Mr*. AI WUlekeIrd CI"O Air FoSsilCmmsod.r'MaJsr culled "Operation Backpack the statistical report had this to _ wat". of the Indian Klver to file any' c-lulnin, I::: cr demanda whl'iIhop gas'. D. H. KNIGHT .15.- .

Monday, I .,mJeeiwa 0. R. Leaokommlttee "* Conducted off the say 'We do not wish to frighten imtLnvntriKMt'T: ; a point due Went them-e of the Root point to ( may have aKalnat soil tutoR S ,10 am Wor.hlp Servlc
Meacb Voluoter Plre DeparbMatTaei4 being or unduly alarm people with cancer of berlnnln;: In the office of the l o'inly JU"leof 10t L.. Su..d. School
of 200ChaltmsnH.ury coast of Taiwan. M the nolnt or beclnnlnr, bnlnir I In thetuucthuun 1 p.... E..rb Looms.
I ., rinbouMrert 0 Kindred death figures. We only want AU' i'iiri'"TIVI: niif >< In Section .2h Towniihlp 87Pouth Martin County. Florid. wltnh T : p.m.
at I.vl.
...... Flremea' AuallUryfruldent Executive Director John C. D."_ "Backpack" is an exercise to test to lace to facts and NtiTlu'N I. hereby Kiucs that Fait an,I Hectlon I I" .Ix .h'tidal- 'Iolola. tho W.d..eto
-Man latannaIrd II' W Ocean Blvd, AT ,..... everyone up 55,; ; will by Townahlp S7 South, No. sits, ,.m. Ladieo Hto.betump lotIons
the and rncSlataKer illentlein nf thin
amphibious capabilities I1H r.Uh dub nr lInt "
.. Plreboue \1 with.
the .
.. mo informed about Together
Thu. 1 be aware and : l"lurldu I 05ho taut mu.1ru. nan "h
Pert SalMae Veluateer Plre I Irreildent t Lady Cotton Aou.lutIsPro.Id.ntHns. fcdna. P Dan readiness of the forces of the disease We hope that more and ( nffier: of":u1I: \ ( : on all riparian right thereunto I..!.In Eh wrltlnR.claim and or n,d".lId> ,,,5,.ID. Prayer Meeting

-Robert Johnioa ... CGuLt&Ctll.Olub Seventh Fleet and the Nationalist tho hOuh du Mor'lu 1 11414 2:00 a\p.rtalnlnr. III < e of loBllVnee, ,n,1.t" ttf''ealdrce FIRST METHODIST
TUM, Hrebouicacacia Tu. ISO a-m, more people will get to k now p.m. fur ,11 nuuieriule :/tl labor of tin claimant an KtV GEORGE R. McOORlHcT

Iv.ly Art. Club Chinese Navy. The exercise, with 'Cancers Seven Danger Signals" n.ee."ry for the conatructlon of: Subject) to dm public,.rlbed road In rlffht-of- be gworn to by the clalmunt Ilia 5 :48 am Dundkf School

FRAtERNAL ORGANIZATIONB ''mldeM-Mre. L. Aihby" Ar........ over 40000 men and 140 units and have complete medical ] way I> ed, dated November Hperlal aKint. or hl. attuinvor It wIllhru'uume ii ::00 .... Moth1 Wo"hte780pm
vnapter, uraer 01 iomowMHUH ltd Frl, Silo ,...., tome. participating will culminate in an regular, "TIF:1C A PIU IXAOF IM. Warranty id 1956* filed jHiiuaiy 21 vi.11 in...orIing I,> Inv. uen, pm MVFI
Councilor-Cherln tllpoiInd The Martin I I: KtiR
County .
check.ups. thle h dny 01 February .
.4'S Mc ... 7 SIP ..m., Muonle Temple Merlin County Fair A..ocl.tloe amphibious assault on beaches of l'IO\> 11'1''IT 1':1S, VU1HII'.\ CITY 1557 and recorded In need llnokSc. IMI.d. 2 I TOO:; : Pvenlng Thuredar Wi hl*
is for IUO Martin County. pm uni Choir
.. Unit making preparations Tan
p..hl.n'-l. W. Hu. .
*...ia Muonlo Ledie FIRST NATIONAL 7
southern and will demon 1iK. : p.m. Thunday, B.nbur
Taiwan record IISI
Wor.hltJful Miwtor-Chrl.tlan K.lb lot Mon, TilO ,.ID., Agricultural Bldg its annual cancer crusade in April. TItaN ILH CISIOICENTt'banu J'lo.ld. public (lIt I< t Choir

l.t-lrd Their... I "..... Muonle TeempleAeea Martla County Golf ..d Country 0.5Pr..IdsttEd strate the effectiveness of the Unit During April volunteer workers The .. I Intereata In mild ,..,.tu A. A Tt.Hr rxecntor, PIRST "RU8YElaANN. RI,. Shores
Miller Circle, Elk.Pmldont M.b.oltd ed States Seventh Fleet to rapidly. and n"i ,the"i"l"tyltUorrArbo! aforeaald beingaold to uatlofylATETthIO By /5IOu ASP) M ;HIEL.A. lltv. ,.10.
Obo I '. 11ev.
Martin Coun- the.
: : will be at I 01
calling upon Mie Asu'stasl
Mr Wllma Medley Clubhouee 1.ld.lt
7:10 laid LOWRIE
lue. p m, d..ee.
combat forceto lItlIurt, i"lurltu,' the office.of VOO:
significant ,
.... move a Ind Febru- ut lor.ln
Ind Thun, I Like Ledge tians to receive contributions for tt :Hlh day of [ :
the .. 10.00
Bats Slime Phi SororityEpellea Martin're.ldent, County-Albert Farm Kruegernd Bureaa) i a troubled area in order to the fight again cancer. The volunteer Krt.10"n"ln""I'Mont""loy.I..nl... 8tuart-, Icy> 1:'. \ F rmn Ot Il'UITI'HHOSli( HTFH.r; SCOTT & 1100, o.m.mm. Bund.Morning,Churb Worship Schol

ZeU Ct. tsrpr.sld.otMrs. assist an ally 'Special Onithterion
the famous Muster In
will ChanceryCHAnV.
J. trlwln (RIll: Ball Thur., Bomlnolo Inn --- wear (''1,1.. of tin said pluto ft n IPIuOcifl.'ullluS. CHAHV & CHXKYBy oroel's fir Palate of Amy PRESBYTERIAN H.... 80u. COMMUNITY-

lt-lrd TIIu... I p...., bom. Martin County. AnnOsut Radio Club I.KI1AL AlhF.H1'lnlcslY.T: : cancer badge 'The Sword of : tIllOY .hn._nblulnod', at /5/ B.VANH CUM1Y Hheparl' I. ilrienneil' 'LOVV
u R : hAGER Pool.,
XI Caan PM ChupturPr.ud.nt..Mt. I I'r..ldont-IIIII Urllte.il. -------- Hope'." ."" ." '. '" .111 ..n,".". u" for rub,: March'Ir.iii. 19. .0. HU4IN 5:50: .. I.. Sond.e
C. 1C.: Sloeua 88\ IM HIM SOt 'TV Jl Of**:'* (01 HT on ilu, dcp .it of i.sou fur o 0 C Alo.n.y. 11.'ntll -- -. --- -- 8cnol
Third Ihir.., I AT '( ,00 *. '
l.t-lrd Ttura, I ,..... homM p.m. IM A\l> PhIl !Ml 111'IV tUlM- Jim Anthony is the chairman of | .tc"Vi'"if"plan*. The I Inr "funamount HmlciinKP, N"Uolul 1.nk 111101: II IOI.EW ( .SIT lion Youth Wo"h'P Service
el the American RevolutionRegeit Martin County rhetorical Society TN' HOHMItIM theciml ii,' bolt for one sot O JJrav.i 24BtiiHrt IN M> Hill XIHIIN < :. Tao p.m. Fellowehlp
Daughter Homlar I're.Me,let Klalld Meirrell, 1MI(>H\TH >lt. 1HNIV LI(! tL tl .::1I11't'r: of riwuniint* will be returned to Florida TV HOIIIOVIN p.lD. Wed. AduIO.Yutb Choir
M.rlorie ,
Rod n.-..Mr...*.bum.. let Tu...: IlfO p.m.. FIrst National BkMiltlpl 111-, > iiMiI' r ea .a'T"rl. Ol' t IM mi' I oi 51 of TIIIMNIII -. dppnaltnm will be rrfie1.4 III.00ror IN IlKKIi'I'A'I'I7 Pbeens 1I.\'h FUOWSHI,
Mother.' DeMeley Club LLtlng Servlee LLoYLi 1L JJAltflACH.I. ( JI loll I tl 4 III!'I I'r. IM tho'nmpl"t.. act of plan. upon MtTHM OK INTKMTKHI. 1'O OK, < UI 8.nny Onus. .. .
Pr..iirnt.Nru. Jnck.on Wright lI..ra.a.-C.1. H. Turner2nd ......"...... A"II" .-..tltllTIM "'lii &T1, rntu,ctuoI"I' document* In v'ndcnnlltlnn N5OII''rKSt N4'FNolUe UEHT1IV U JOHNXOV ) .Uo..hlp 8.vl. ,.r. PI.r"p..,. 500duci Bo.b.
dot Mon. 7:1111 pm. M.ioiilo femple .4th Tuee., I au milirn: TO j-nnirii ....01111I'. IM IIIVXHIl.: 10 dnv* after Hiedato la "t'l TI'I'lt I that the I.rri H.ecl.. > .llowohlp 8bol. IU L.. Suaday
Lad.... Aualllary te In4laa KI_ All cieditor I of Sbeet'tluioot Ml RTIIlJAMU of opMiinir of the bIb. undenlwned under. II'on p.o.I.I.n..t '\1'rl.: "'0 < HIIIIIIIH4Ml : PENTECOSTAL
Roouspmunl3 Film City Home D.raon.lretlo. Cl.bI Il's4 II llaidach ilmeanc 0 I'u : T UAHNrrt: : A ) The projii wlU con. or: (But.Approximately JOSo.l. Law lorlla, .,"dlo,'. of tIc emate, or SISLL-.Iodiutumo.
Chief Melrlerch. -. 01."", Vnitnetl4tb .... ,l.i t-Mr.. blli.be" Pettemenlit hereby iiollflHd ami reqtilri.iL to tile CtiiI'Abs'Y a Ih'hlll'.n i ipoip I I I. not llnille-J to) Ait.Chapter'of ml, will reifl tr' with;: the Hot.. < .hni.n, ,I .leaned. are CURTIS lOtuS: SKINER.. Pustot
T...,. I pm. IOOP Hall Tue... I ,10 an., Clvle Center anv ,Inline or dcliiutIo. I whlih they ...ratlin authmlivrl to Clerk of the llrcnlt (' ,. In and nitlfled and reritilrett to file 720 Sehool
Independent Order ., Odd Folio.* may h uV050l mon en Id relate fl In l:I ho do biMlneag, In the Hints 60,MO en yd*. for Martin Cotty., n", 1 IH. upon an)'. 'boil". nt lentuooba which they) 7,55, ,p.lD.... Sondac Eoougslitle .
hoble Grand--Louie rh.na Kenn.l Club office; if, the County Judifn M'tr.I' of *'lull la, I I.f0I4j.11 of a>|,halt Puvotteutt-ui" ntu'bhulnu'd rctalpt ef proof of of mm h",, ..lln.t nail enlate, In thi Wedm.dst Bibla ..tad.GEHSEMANE
tleoretaryJohn p. bray ltd Td..t.f4.0'; till Countv, H.rM.i In tlm ('Oll.t., iiaimirr .Htihbiui! 8" land *.- thle notice. thy Plhl..lol, to- office of the County Judge of Mnr CHURCH OF
l.t-lrd luee; 5 pm., lOOP BallIndUei Cell I meeting. plaea aPo.t hut,.. at fttiart "florldi wIthin .1'( Pi alt. 1" Type 1 wearing aur 1."e tin County, He.rlcU. In the louit (Cbrl.I... ) CHRIST
calendar month from the datetha nf 'H \. ,YO'"Slit mid wi U \MILY fcHOU house at I River Encampment S3 Salerne Home Demon.tratloa Cluk l'It.i.t publication nf thl. nullKnoh .... M,VHY UUhTTfc 'whloli w. will .!TORt Inbualnen nix eoleotor mniill from the date L. ShOtS. ons.n t..h,
Wll JOa1 under .110..
Chief p.trl..h-Thu.m."d onlnd4tb Ire.l.l.ni -Mr.. Zllleeli N.wlln claim or ilnmaud. tllll.t, bwrlllnif In hi I. stIrs. > Apl>m> lfnatrlr 8ti5 tin ft of ,plaieef of liihlkatlon tItle' notlie 0.110 Mtlst.t
Tue.. I p.mIOOP Hell lit 1 bu.... lull pm. Clvlei center and muat' *iuiA tiepla PifenJenn ) .Iorl drain of Variouall100. bualnei,*, baSin In Rtuart* our .prlmlpal Martin l \ County. .h.IM,.'t claim or di.: mimtbe .m. lund.,. Wo.hlp h.ruloeDh11ll4

...... Beeck. Sojuare Club ... Aualllery Riptide PI.,... ol Merlin County or realdnm: '. mud poet offle'e ad,Irvof : S'Io.1 that the partle in rented In wrItIng and muat eat. lh
-I eorcie '1'uttltlIThe id nitiHt be ) Koch; bid arionipanletd pla.'. r,..ld,.me.nd
Pre.ldent- I'.hl.lltJohnnl.. C. Shoutlnt.Ori I the olalma sworn 11'11 t 0' "III.U'\TII\ .hul it, cull buKlnva' are 1-Sheet J. t'iu'k'It' n. pIlot .
Wleiodeu.li) Thu.. "p.m. .,.n..1 I Tdsstlflflou1. to hv the ilalniunt, hi* avtntattorney .. no I hv H ('... "','k. Bank Nlon.y and ttoxle Mckeri of Hluart "'td.. ..r tho cl.'m..nt' s.l mn.t
1-re.ltleat' -Mr.. Ilousi roribergSn44tk '1 hu.... K 1111.111. II..Un. nr 1will baom void IOH I'U "..1 (lrl'r of Bid H,.nd In the amount and that there are no other b,.wnrn 5 to by t h. clalnant hloOltrtt. !
Frl. I P.m.. J. B. Corn CkgnhOutol p.m. an-urdlnK to lawHIIKT of aol ef iho lid pnjable to the p'lurlds Interemed In laid hualne. 01' utboeltrt. It boNnln
..ute M..OD. uKlUdr ( SI Lucie Inlet Yecht Club N'Tl0SAL1MiK TO: JOtl.:11: N. TONfcH Clt)' "f Htimrt, "'Io.to. n. .vld.n. perione KOBKRT J. void ,rinrilng, to 'I,, .I RENEW YOUR
.B O .I.t....... Cntomndm'-l..nHankut. 01.' Oil'AKTriaititor 1..I.ld Hea..h. *'lot,'I.la of Cool Cult?, nnd. Ing that KOX1B V'KI1:11 11.1.1 I I1 I T.
let 1'hll... u p.... Yaobt Club of thn e.tntp nf the ainiPKer hhld" wIll ..uccu,00n:1 Pub. Mar,'h Y1CK.mt. p.1I :: DRIVER'S LMNS,
P CLout. 1.lovd If. Harda, el..ceawCRARY loCAlly 1./IHTt1 .IONESX fuirtululi tn tIe "Uv of Htuartt : 2 CO..lt.I),.. tha
Pr .ld.ntMre.. P. I MUe Stuert burl of R..tlouI'tsollnuI.Ii.nurm .. .. 'lorl IH. bon,I leaned auretyi DURING YOUR "W
Iei-lr4. MOD.. I ,.... kome I 'rillun1st :'ItbItY eh CSLLItYlist : | I. b'lu'hl. n by a 1175151 ('flU HT (II" THf MM'lJt tutatto Borlha O
P. mpanllrenml' 5 to do bu lnea* In j.'lnuondoeea.olPab
Win. Crarylub tNII IOH MtHIIN 0
CI Ch.pI.tPr.ull.otM0. Thu.... i ,.ID., etuart Hotel .: March U. II 14 AprIl. 3. 1984 YOU AHB HrRHY NOTtriKO Kle.rlJn. for lot of blue rontrartprl I 01 SIlK"' IN IN altO). ,, Mann II, 19, n, Vprll I !, ll BIRTH MONTH! ;
0 B. AebleyInd Stuart Stamp hcl.t, that a lilll of con.plaint to foretloe .'e m Ibis 10 das after brIng .1't'LOHI"
.4ta Wed, 10 m, borne* Preelde i<-William H. RootS lTIIH; ..l.l \1JI1M1I1:... 01IM ft'r a certain moit B aiie on 'h. awarde-d :the ih" 'Ira,'t bone) IN HtTMAOTItH REtISISI'TIlE NKTirH (IP PROS tIE ,
Order el Retake. for Clrla IM Mon. I .... Public Library ..n HH ""HTI'(1(110" \'. 'olln.lnl d.>crlbod p.up..t. to iruaranteelnv ,' prrl i""n .ne'e of OF IM TH HI'01 II'Sill" IHr: < ill MTV o I
Worthy Actvloor-Manila Whlleild *'rt'"IH OK 'HHOtmi .I: .HI.I C.'.ntraet, and pavmc-nt f all EMMA EITATJ til.\' i Jt '..1. l> 'M> t Toe, Sit sm., Muoal 'ledpie TourIst Cleikl.tld ts KNIOtRI) debt pprtnlnliiK theielo' th* premium WllaE .d 1 I lit Ml rlllllllttl I IM :
P.Ira Rebokahe. Mon. 0SmYotb__ Center KilT Tm OP i Tot !3. Hloik 3. LtCIBMUAH of mid bund I to be paid I by the TO.HlrlliritHMAll : 1551'P'. SO. lusIl
efel : a.... Ilnilb.t.rd MU OAHI1'l' U. O1nA Ril. PIK81 I AliDITION. an- Cuntraet. of the mate of Emnia Rll'rh'rK Oh' M..t W.
Mr cr
Noble Crond I lOOP Hall D!, ,, n t_ _. irdlnv, tn the 1'lat it.Ord. In All bid ihniile b. placed In an I. .dlo. d ,eauc I. are here HAROL C. BA V.E. i DL3te40M0O5,
MoaM pm CanaJ exports ot fan. oils and! No'rrlQ '1'0 tR.UI'r..n'lAU Plat Be ok 4 Polio 1 of the envoi.P... e-ale.d and .dd..t I to bv notified tlo.n.". to file any ....". i. Pro.ld.nt
Stuart-Joano RIbs Lodge Ia70Exalted oilseed! last srndltOra of tile Kotuls: OfM uUllo lis.conlo ot Martin County 1'he Ity Mana.l'' l' clalma or dumanda'Iul..0' h they nmyhave THt HTVTG OP MXtKIPV M..k Sml...
: Ruler" l>ean TooketS )ellr lotjlcj 378,000- store t U. illrard 1 doo'surd, oi', HorMn. Flnilcla,. and nan i* of prnjoit shouldhe I lout saId eatate I In the office AH 1'k'tXI: IS'r.HFMTFD 5"'e
P-m. Monday 000 \pounJs llli ,t1OC iniIfitd *0,1 ro'iulr.4 to fib.. pla, *d on tlm outaldo' nf th of the ( >,unly Julie' of Mar IV THK btTATb I.UI Ssnrg Inn
'tuart Shrine ClukPneltlent __._ __ __ any 'IIl,0 0' lrm.tdo whl'h thrynuv home bain flItS avalnat )011. and yonanawer envelope. and w .-Joka AI Jet* 1.tlIL: 'II' .1t.t"'II.vr: : haY' n".ln.t soil .otaln 10 thoorrl .P..qlll.d t. .crv. a "r your tl e envelope conain. for houee at within .lxcalendar are hereby nolfl" that a uicOimml
l.. Tuee. 1 ,."., Manatee Yacht Club ---------- ,'. ..I the I'nu..t Jiido of M... or pleacllnw to tIm 15111 of aid p.oJ..t. t'u..t 'In.ld. dale of written Inntriiment ; to b. _-111'_ __
Uailteel Cemmercwl: T.."..... 'U.'H'.1 |>.V "'I'."% 511)1 TN tIn Coooty. Florida' !In his w'rt.huor (Nimplalnt i i"MI 1.101 silO'. at torneya All pruiinal .h.1 ha anbmlttadIn the flret publication of thl* notice the Loot WI urnS V eetan'rt t of 0
Couneelor" 14 HowMdlet 1t.th.:1t: : 5.5t .1.1I..t" 0 *H' ol Nil0rt, ,P'ieidI.' :'ltIliPt WATStIV, HI'HtHT WlttSUtiv. trlplliat I on pr H>tool : IWC.'I..n. bath claim. or demand niu.t be In aid "... been admitted
Benlor I ...... lOOP Hull Nutilt I I. I h.bl ..Iwn that SiloUflt'tlOlut'd gin (Ci naltndut O1."th. Pro.. ti,. I to) llroward National HankHulldlnv furnlnhed a* part of the .p end Inset state the place to probuts In uu.t.tOi CITYCoMMISSION
rhure. P wrltlnir
P. ) tort ..
..r Phi.Nutic. Il. 150J. eommnduI with
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ORGANIZATIONS NIt.I..HHOS I 1'\I"'fISn; i I'. i /./ AM'Ml H 1.11HUII. Jrl.A f (' 'n' .l.ini. The CIty if Htuart. Florida ,*- HT.IT. nhRI1. /EYAN8
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S qs' HIE STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, March 19, 1964 1DIIVNS
Women's Assn.
Entertain At r '';';''If> I .., -..:+--. J
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Country ClubMrs Installs .,;" ; >t.. t''t "
Knxn Reach Women Auo- ,
I !
Gerald Preston and M"I noon instilled officers for the '
Basil Vincent were co-hostesses at I MIIIIIIiar III i the meeting on -:" ,,,'.
a luncheon bridge and canasta parI I \1.>11.1.1tltrch! l 11\. The installa- I }, ,
ty at the Port St. Lucie Counlrv non ehuirnian Mr August Si- : ,
C lub on Thursday March 12. I luukr presented the incoming of- I .
Invited guests included: Mrs I I hoer, md Mrs. Fudina Price acted : -cit
August Brunning, Mrs August .ix HIM tiling oil icerI "
: I I II &
Silandcr. Mrs. Leroy Heppe Mrs i ivl.illi.sl I as president wa Mrs. .-
August Friednchs Mrs John 1a M fame Miller; vice I president, Mr If,
Herrmann Mrs Colin Urquhart'; h'il"I f w ti s I I ,In: .i Rohhms: ; treasure, Mrs: I II I ,
Mrs Richard Angus Mrs Edna I \..r.I'lIL"r! : recording: were
Robbms Mrs Arnold Taube. Mrs.I uiMr Thelma Watson corresponding t I
I ewis Gamble Mrs Marian Has- !secretary Mr. Dorothy
kins. Mrs, Richard Gideon Mrs. 'I.w, i and director Mrs Amelia to .
Edith Miller I .
Sacgerstrom. Mrs. James
Price Mrs Tommy Woods. Mrs. Mrs, Miller named the follow
Fred Diehl Mrs John Puls Mrs III'! Hiding, commute (chairmen:
Robert Haire Mrs. William Weiss, IItlllhl1 i committee. Mrs (lances
Mrs Millie Cogle Mrs GertrudeW IIlIhh'li; activities Mrs I'.Ini Rob
heeler and two guests. from Lake i bus amt\ Mrs, August! "Iredriehhostess ,. Il111'o
Worth Mrs. Gladys Proctor and / Mm, olive (DomiMsvi :
Mrs, Rex, Bain, I e r membership Mrs Deirolln Kulhconstitution .,
Pruis for high scores in bridge I and bylaws Mrs I 1111
went to Mrs Gladys Proctor. Mrs t el Nodim: sunshine Mrs I \ \ .
James Price and Mrs John Puts. I \Suhl; publicity. Mrs Mars II">p- t,
while winners in canasta were Mrs I !kins. ; sunlind. Mrs. Helm Rah
Edna Robbms Mrs John Herr q dIr ar,Ison historian undicilillentiliu t- '
mann and Mrs. Leroy Heppe. plan wire annum"nl t "
for a lunch on-curd part ut Sunrise : I IK' 'VI', Olympic James Flying Dutchman hopeful, InV
Jensen Lions Plan: Inn on Monday April 11 S -41'/, is shown roi nding .i matkcr in the second heat ot Sun-
Pancake Breakfast A special meeting was called diys icing/ at Jensen BeuehSI .
for M irch V) to discuss plans for
: ;1 iluliltouse: ,
the i enlargement of the --
members and
Twenty two numerous

guests attended the March -:.\ Gill '.\\MIIROS:' Helen Richardson of Ocean
4 of Jensen Beach Lions Garden Club Shines
meeting IIVS KM FRIENDRcliged : "
\ Breeze Park was also there he
Club Guests" included Fred Stein of ,it the County Fair to us by the Rev. William wrote, and she would feed her

Jensen Beach; Robert Powell of j Jensen Reach Garden (Iuh 1. Riley ol t Si Patricks friend 'Ambrose,' the sea gull I I
TioiK-sta Pa: twelve members of :- the hortiuitlural division sponsored of Iliockton Miss. is a story of kindness with the broken beak. It would
the I Lions Club of Fort Pierce; t,4 II the Martin (oimtv Fair March t. While he was vacationingwith stay with her, but fly from the
four from the Vero Beach Club; tti-! .Mtww.a .1 ara ,awiw,. ICd4LA.ac. l.us ,4 14 and drew favorable attention the Charles Darlings! on Orion rest of us By culling the bait very
three from the Sebastian Club and with the large variety of pi.misdisphxed Street in Jensen Dutch from small she win able to feed 'Am-
Lion VYcisir of the Stuart Lions OUTBOARD MARINE CORPORATION EXECUTIVES combined dint Milwaukee Wis; H P Larson, vice president mmkcting, most of (hem grown Jan I 14\ to Feb. I I. they would go brose' and the other gulls could
Club business with pleasure at Langford Villas Jensen Beach, Milwaukee; C. B. Neal, director and vice president!; president, from mid The attractive arrangements to Iho bench to go hUictishmg. not meal from it"
: a'\tCd fore pancake during a five-day session last week as guests of Ralph Evinrude, Outboard Marine Corp of Canada, I.Id., J. I Raynmk, director unj overall effect largely ------
President i James chairman of the board. Shown here with their host are. J. B and executive vice presidentaukegen; J. G i. Raym;ik, manufacturing was achieved through the tllorls
mittee Dean named to handle the this following event: Lions com- Briggs, director and vice president Non-Marine Products Operation consultant, director, Waukegan; W. C. Scott, president and of Mr end Mr John Komiin Iho "ll'hert' this emblem u Js lu'td. >i/M ,t> -

Schmidt Homan, Wahl and Carroll Waukegcn 111; W. C Conover, manager Marine Engineering !general manager, director Milwaukee, L. D Watkins, research theme I from Seed of the" display was Cirow 'ISSUreIll/ the finest insurance servirt
The date will be announced Waukcgcn; H O Ewald, vice president and manager OMC and development manager. Waukegin, and \V'. F Wall.ice, !secretary In the land
later Boats Division, Waukegin; F. T. Irgins, director and vice presi- and comptroller, Waukcgcn Assisting nt Ih booth nnd answering -
Mrs Rol-
questions wire
A nominating committee was u _____ tin Reynolds. Mrs. John "komnn- .
also mimed the It includes
by president -
lions Mrs. Jack Kuhn Mrs,, 1. N, lira
I Homan chairman Rlu\ic. climaxing her recital with elicit
Mrs I red I'clcrkm and Mr
Weiss Fletcher DeWitt and Jennings "The Easter Parade," Vocal solos The tables were attractively set can
The election of officers will JENSEN BEACH NEWS included in the musical program, with individual china and silver Roman
be held on May 6. and installationof were by Mrs Mary Ncese. Mrs service and an Easter motif was Mrs Rollin Reynolds won Ir.tte
officers on June 17 MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 7-17W Robert Crowder and the Jensen- carried out in the decorations for the most entries, and 1
------ ribbons won which totaled sic
Trinity Methodist )L JL "'T -i blue four red and two white while

Plans Covered DishA Silver Tea Fashion Show America Largest ElephantWill hist Mrs t ol Alex hoitiuilture I Lund won Other a rosette winners for

included: Mrs John Konmn. four

dish dinner family will fellowship be held on covered Thursday Attracts Audience of 200More Be Here for Kid's DayThe I blue mid 1.and Iwo one blast and while four; Mn red Alex Mrs '
March 19
at 630: p.m. at Jack Kuhn two red: Mrs J.I N w. B. TILTONSince
Trinity Methodist Church Pleasebring
red Mrs Arthur
table service and covered than 200 women attendedthe Mrs Orleana Braun, Mrs. Jewel largest elephant in the Unit winsome, high-diving dog!, Polly; Hutchison Unman two. one red: ; Mrs, Ralph
dish Rolls and beverage will befurnished silver tea and fashion showat Yaegcrlme and Mrs Chris Kalb ed States will be among the many a proud mother who climbs a ladder Henry one blue and John Ko- 1921INSURANCE

The program will begin the Community Church on Modeling the spring fashions. training and performing animals forty two feet in the air and man. one Slue.I.iniiledpayment.
at 710: Rev Paul Cochran of
Indialantic will speak Everyone is Tuesday March nl I sponsored. ,by i presented by Helen and Maxinc to be exhibited here when the I dives into a tiny net. .
invited the Ladies Aid Circle I I of the Dress Shop of Jensen Beach were: Langford! -Hall Park Association Tickets for the many unusual ( insunnce polfins AGENCY
church.Acting. Mrs. Martin Wahl Mrs Mcrton presents its Kids' Day on April 2. rides are available through the are the most poiuilir; with
Mrs, Myrtle Whitman of Coconut as hostesses for the affair I Chase Mrs Mary Stiles, Mrs AI This pachyderm affectionately 'local merchants women I Under such policies I IFNI.KN .KRACII AT 7-1411
giant ,
or can be duo
Road had pur- premium payments are only
guests were Mrs Mack Costello, Haub and Mrs Robtjt Crowdcr
known thnwd .
her daughter and family Mr. and Fred Meyers, Mrs Charles Mrs Harry Wood'a ted-as narrator the nution I to as Blanche youngstersacross ," at thc-park. : __ for a_oral_auiubea.uL.yvan.____ ------- --- -
Mrs Joseph R. Edwards and children ardson, Mrs Ralph Henry MrS'j during the style show, while has been listed in the official "Elephant t ,____ i
Jimmy and Bonnie, of Miami George Sommer, and Mrs. I Mrs Roland Woodruff, organist Census as the largest t in
I Roberts! Assisting in pouring were c played I appropriate background the world.
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The mighty "uianche, weighsnearly
I II.INN'< ) pounds. She arrived -
in the United States in 1900) as
Let Yourself Glow. a youngster of about twenty years
of age AI that time she was the
feature ot the famous Sclls-Floto
Circus. rivaled only by the Barnum Thank You.
and Bailey Show.
After the market crash of 1929 !;
j jv' as (the big shows went broke one
vlQ I by one a citi/cn of Lancaster ,.'j
Mo.. by the name 0 f Bill Hall ..;
bought the elephants and kept
them in a cellar underneath an
enormous barn on his farm. At
he said to house sixty II
one time was
With Fashions From BLAKELY'SJUNIOR I to seventy elephants in this cellar.
In 1934 Blanche' was one of THE MARTINCOUNTY
fifteen elephants sold to the Cole
Brothers Circus. ,
I She is presently the stellar at
a traction of Kids Day, and reigns
of dacronwonderful majestically. over a herd of three
1 9 ; fine performing elephants in the
r cotton : Junglcland/ Safari coming to Jensen FAIRWishes
or I Beach The show is free and the
way to bloom happy youngsters I n attendancewill
hipped cream have an opportunity to ride
1i' f for Easter the elephants or the less daring
ones may choose one of the jungle
,UA 11k all cool, cool; in lovely type safari carts, ponies, or other
rides available.

,k dresses in a sherbet colors Not a circus, not a carnival but
many tons of wonderful fun is on
sunburst with push upI the agenda/ for children when the

of color! sleeves spectacle hosts Langford the offered Hill unusual Park by the entertainment Association JunglelandSafari \ to thank all the people of Martin '::r

Kids of all ages will enjoy the
thrilling circus acts presented free County Exhibitors Patrons and everyone "

Sizes 5 to 15 8 to 20 I e twice during the day, and will havean ,v I' 5
opportunity toride the unusually .

ponies colorful of mechanical their choice.devicesorthe who made the 5th Annual .; ,

SHEATHS DRESSES The performing animals include ?" ',,'

elegant and with jackets N jutI e, PERSONALS

smart in linen or sweaters in a Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Steiner of
I Kissimnne, and Mrs. W A Ross.
lace i of Smethport, Pa., were recent
or jersey silk
or arnel. guests of Mrs. Jane Livermore and

' cool andfashionable. J !;I Miss l'UISl'OWNtS Peggy Bean of! Coconut Road MARTIN COUNTY FAIR

Kin ID w urn: sin Y
Dave McGinnis Jr of Indian.
shop early for a wide selection of styles town, died while working on aI

and sizes open .U Oil. and Fri. niles 'til 9 p.m. I southeast sugar farm of about Belle Glade seventeen last. Wed miles Such A Success
'nesday, March 1 II I, when the Large
; swamp buggy he was driving rolled .
I into a canal and pinned him

I I underneath Detective Hilton Bonard of the
-BLAKEL Y'S"Prestige
I Palm Beach County Sheriff of
flU reported that McGinnis
I was
; driving the buggy by a canal when THE MARTIN COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATIONI
the left wheel came off, throwingthe
"Prestige At Popular Prices" I vehicle into the water
I McGmms. who wat in his early
120 N 2nd Street 461.2134 Fort Pierce, Fla. I twenties, was working on a sugar
I farm for T C. Yon. The accident
occurred at about 130: p.m I



t! J-DTIir! STLARTFla. I .!),NEWS" ,,..,Thursday, March.. _19.. :}19M, "_z I Civil Air Patrol to Hold I

Acacia Chapter of DeMolay Formed 'a' 10 i Graduation Rites TuesdayGrjduation .

.. exercises for a group 1 1-- '--

i In 1959 with Fifty-six Initiates of test' Air Patrol cadets will be V
hdJ at i 7 10 p m next Tuesday. I
i I
., March 'f at C A.P. headquarterson
1 the north tide of Witham Field '
I, On May 30 IW. the ollieial. I cd as the I 196061 I DcMoluv' Sweetheart I heart. TALENT
beginning of Acacia C h iplcr. Or- 1-aUr in the year Mirth In August of 1961 a past ,na-- lieutenant lohn Strong, who ism
I hares of the local patrol, said
der of DcMola' started Filly" si\ went to the state concla\c and Iler councilor and a past stale iuntor
t, boys were minuted.l (hut day with became the Slate DcMoliiy Sweet- deucort Ernest t Higbce. bccumt that M.jor" Al Kcaton, Civil Defense -
officers state master councilor the highest director will he sneaker
the following elected.l ah : : I "
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master councilor. Paul Malthows; office a DeMolay can ever 1 1s It will also he "parents nilfhl. I
I senior councilor James P. Aus- WARREN: G. ORIISS JR. I hold. with parent of the cadets invited Do you Sing Dam,
burn and junior councilor Gary IS ON SUB.HUM rK In October of 196). a groupof

n. Thomas Warren (i. Corliss Jr, clcctrician I boys from Acacia ( hal'le.I MINIMUM: IS('LEARAN'ERUI.ING 1\1 \JE ON: Play Instrument,'-
The first DcMoia Sweetheartfor I working at a civic project painted
mate second cl USN .son WAn.RWBHIIa'i
s iss
the year I9WM) was Miss and.l helped repair the Housi
Barbara Hoke She was crowned of Navy C aplam (Iret.l) and Mrs, I of Refuge. The t S. Engineer Corps has Singles l Duel lrli> -
u the first Sueelhar Dance and Warren O C orliw, 01 Smart i s I On Nov. I IX 1961 a new Sweet I ruled that all future bridges over .
there hat been a new queen each serving aboard the anti-submarine hurt was crowned at our annual the Okeechohee Waterway must QllartelM--Blinds or what tjl, "

succeeding >filii.i aircraft carrier USS Lssex presently -I I Sweetheart Dance She is Miss I have the following minimum clear- I ban '011. 1111a''U our Gnlulu, "i
In l I'HII''. when hurricane "Don. undergoing overhaul in the I I JoAnn Andrew ance standard;
na" struck. I he mainland members New York Naval Shipyard. Brooklyn Horizontal, ninety feet between I I Opportunity In enter Sh,, ..,
of Acacia Chapter were righton N. Y. Upon completion of the I: State fenders normal to the exit of the Business
the hall collecting canned food I overhaul, Essex which normally to ReportOn channel and vertical, filly-fivi feet I
lor the survivors of that great dis- I operates out of Quonset Point R. above mean high water.
ister I I., will again join the Atlantic r-leel.l School NeedsAt Specific approval of each proposed .
On March 9. '1961 the first Escx is I the huh. of an anti-sub I \" 3 bridge will still he requiredand Call Talent Scout

M OcMoluy Mavor Week tollman was During proclaimed that marine of surface hunter,killer nib-surface group and consisting air-I Monday Meet CHRIS KALB, Worshipful Master of Acacia Lodge, who is Chapter Dud, Charles Sipot, Master Coun. the above criteria will govern AT 464-1236
unless circumstances
week Martha Crow .ler units cilor, David Duncan, Senior Councilor, and Jan Icydj Junior ( ouncilor, art pictured above at the there are
< was crpwn- which dictate an exception In a
------ I of the Martin
---- ---- -- ---- -- -------- laying cornerstone/ County High School:
What the Martin County !school particular case A replacementbridge \ Fort Pierce
system needs m the way of future at Fort Dcnnud with horizontal
EASTER PJS buildings will he reported at I I Proclamation Week clearance of eighty feet was
meeting of the Martin County recently' approved as an exception
5.99 to I Hoard of Public Instruction at to the established' criteria because To appear on Parade of Stir

7(1: () on Monday March 10. of extenuating circumstances, Colonel -
Q p.m. Tuesday Cite! March list' 'I i
The report. will he made by Dr For H. R. parfiil district engineer -
CHILDREN'S SHOES lames R. Diingun specialist inschool Recognition DeMolay declared.Mr. Amphitheater Contestants" ''mcompile

surveys, Slate Departmentof for cash awards
2.99 TO 4.99 Education The report is the and Mrs. L. A. Miller are
aftermath of a survey made by a I! WHEREAS the Order of De the welfare and character of other I my hand this 10th day pf March returning to their home in Co- e chance for salary contracts on
State Department of Education Malay is composed of young men young men of this county thus 1964 hoes, N. Y. this week after spend
R&R team earlier in the year. I I fourteen to twenty-one years of I aiding in the development and lead.ersll'p FRANK A. WACHA, ing three months with Dr. and future shows Winners Hill h'
age, who are seeking to become of tomorrow Given under Chairman Mrs A. J. Hull Mrs. Hull is the judged by applause meter I all
More than ((00,000/) hotel' and i the better citizens of tomorrow by --- ------ former Lois Miller
FAMILY molor hotel I rooms in and.l around I developing those laudable virtues I now for audition nppoiniimm
SHOE New York Cay will he available I making up the character of all Course SurvivalIs Yugoslavia took in $40,000.000

28 E. OCEAN BLVD. 287-2338 STUART for visitors to the World's Fair in J good men; andWHEREAS in last year in tourist spending --- -------- -
1964. the organization
was founded by Frank S. Land
during the year |9I9, at Kansas Scheduled Here w,. .

I ':THIS EASTER add a )little something to the I City.2,400)( Mo.chapters and now around has the more world than: I .: '.

Basket from the Swinging Door Gift Shop "
: all the t DeMolaY I Courses i n personal survival in-depth twelve hour program designed
MAGIC RABBIT GROWS HVIR members of Acacia Chapter spon. medical self-help' designed to help to leach families how to
people survive in the event of a 1 survive and to meet their health
sored Acacia No
nuclear needs in the event that
i the of I war or natural t disasterwill they are
are observing period
4 15-22 as DtMOLAY 'r 16)1 he started here soon, il was deprived of their physician! sera
I r
1 celebration of their forty-fifth disclosed today by R. H. Reed ices.The

The Children Enjoy Tearing Th Wrapping Away For The Toy Inside niversary, so as to exemplify their Civil Defense Health Mobilize course was developed h y
many community and international lion co-ordmator the U. S. Public Health Service
I This personal survival medical I with the American
activities, and in cooperation
in some small
; show recognition to (their many self-help training course is a new I Medical Association's Council on
senior i DeMolay, now I -- ---------- National Security and Committee
: Gold Tone Boutiques for !Mother or Grandmother THEREFORE, I. Frank Wa-j on Disaster Medical Care, and i Is
endorsed and administered the
cha chairman of Martin $ PoisonedIn by
Also Bunny Rabbit. In many styles and shape / Commission, proclaimthe County I 4,985 I State Adult Education Program
r far hret.2 and Martin County Civil Defense
P f
week of ., 1964. ;
: The Swinging Door Gift ShopGifts as DEMOLAY WEEK" and 1963 Aspirin The course consists of six two-
hour lessons to he
call upon all our citizen to join given by quail .,s
For Every Occasion in commending the young men of CauseThe I fied instructor, under supervisionof I
58 Commercial Street Jensen Beach, Flu. the Order of DeMolay pnd in expressing Biggest physicians and allied health person-
nel. trained lay instructor.
-- r I the fine our example grateful set appreciationof by these Stile Board of Health said Subject I being taught in the LUHR'S JERSEY SEA 'SKIFFS
--- include
course Radioactive Fallout I
young leaders in contributing to 4,985 accidental poisonings were "
and Shelter, "Healthful Living
-- ------- ---- ----- ------- -- -----------
-- -- --- -----------
reported to it in 1963. Of these,
; over 3,000 were children under in Emergencies" "Artificial "The Ideal .Boat for Florida Waters"WOOD'S
Respiration. Bleeding and Bandaging
five Two-year-olds accounted for
," "Fractures and Splinting,"
cases three-year-oldl
Burns, Shock, Transportation of COVE
and olds 673.In .
one -
year "'
i 1962 the total accidental Injured, Nursing Care, Infant
Congratulationsto and Child ,"'
Care and Emergency
: poisoning cases reported were Childbirth" AT THE EAST END OF THE PALM CITY BRIDGE
Dr George McCoy director ol Anyone who is interested is ask PHONE STUART, AREA COPE 30S, TFL 287-1298
cd to contact Civil Defense at
the the program hoards said accident that as usual prevention aspire 448 1652 riagler Avenue or phone 287- See Our Good Used Roots

in accounted for most of the poi- _____ un_
: !toning in children-763 cases. Other .
I ACACIA CHAPTER medications were swallowed by

S69 children, celansmg and polishing
agents by 448, amt insecticidesand
Order of DeMolay rodcnticidc by over 400
He said studies show that poisoning IIJ..F i
among children occur ii
most frequently when they are i
DeMOLAY WEEK MARCH 15.22 hungry, tired or in unfamiliar surroundings
These accident are !
1; most numerous toward noon and
just before dinner time in the eve

t 1 : Although Florida Poison Control I
(Center maintain an index file

sett 9tesr Mover 3.000 commercial products,
new products are being marketed

constantly. Consequently, children
may he poisoned by a new product
before a card can be prepared
4 Public health nurses made over
3,800 home visits in 1963 in the
Interest of accident prevention In
visiting the homes of 3,000 chil-
dren, they found that in nearly
every instance the product was A point of view
H not in its original container or not
in its accustomed place
The State Board of Health has about
free pamphlet on how to help
prevent accident poisoning Copies -
!may be had on requestS AUTO FINANCING


Sally Rose Allard of Stuart u on : Looking for
the dean's list at Louisiana State
University, Some 400 full-time up- low financing rate?

perclass students primarily from Low
Louisiana were cited this week at monthly

!during the fall semester, as In p
nounced by Dr Grover E. Murray loan service? Thensee
SUPERMARKET 735 Colorado AvenueJOHN'S vice president and dean of
us when
academic affairsMARRItGF you

FUNERAL HOME, Indiantown Road APPLICATIONSRobert LICENSE finance are ready your to i%

Earl' Britton to Hazel
Means Jewelry Store Stuart Ppint and Supply Ann Mcrtz both of Hobe Sound. next car.

; 244 E. Osceola Avenue Rio William James Gomme to Bran- .
da Louise! Sasser both of Lake
: : Stuart Hardware Stuart Dept. Store Worth. Free Checking Account To All Senior Citizens Over 6$
William Alexander Carter Sew-
\ 225 Osftola Avenue 141 S. Flatter' Ave.Greene's Ills Point to Ail kaanna Carter,

: : Dry Goods Plaza Gulf North Bruce Palm Allen Beach Kraft Hobe Sound,

Osceola Asia. 170 S. Federal hwy.t to Linda Kay Goodnight. Stuart w, BANK OFSTUART I

t : : ; Franks TV Martin County Cleaners CIRCUIT COURT ,
: 727 Colorado An 3110 N. Colorado An. (Chancery) i.I i.: I
Barbara Hammick vs. Harold I .
Bank of Stuart STUART TACKLE SHOP Hammick, divorce, Robert J. Ran I .
dolph. j
331 T Ocean "1vd, 409 N. Colorado An.I. .
Mary Michel Dallas VI. Vincent
D. Dallas, divorce Oughterson, TNt BlINDLY SANK* Ml t OCEAN 'OULEVANO.

261 MtoIa: M. OIiceoia An. PAUl CITY Martha Strunce vs. Harry O.

$trunc.. divorce. 'McRobcrts and
.. Johnson



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I I Thurtduy, Marsh 19, 1964 3.D

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I 1 Real tsIuiiPir Sal 90

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I Stuart Two duplexes and one
,'.'lt..ige across from Martin C'ouni -
i I' Sehool Phone Owner 287Ks -
; I HIS SYMBOL __1....... 1Iir ... I.i I. ..,_ __.._, I.F I I '.. ..."' SSUKS mxryiv"<,,an**,,'.' '<110..*.* .sii 3-19 ((90))
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FOR RENT 35 lIFEr: \NTll) i IRAIURS & StKMUS1RAII 68 Wanted lo Buy (Mb*.> Real Kslate For Sale RUt KSrxIF: ItW SVIF 90ffr ( -

\ \lEA:\" i HA'i iRFVOFRS I .. .. .. SAl RIII'FhYO1kNER. 140 feet
.. .' ___JJ------ 0 -_-__- :t.* ... I .d'nll( Paved Salerno Road. between .

PAY TO READ NOW'< Renting S sm ill one bet i WANTED Retired moll tR 1171) .ins) M ( hevr WANT the best price I1IRII'I' bedroom 2 huh (OMI'I) I I III I I \ IIlrnllh',1 I NI W I U. S. I and Roud 76 Beau-
room Apts Furnished. with ule wants something to do let 4-.r h.lnl-t'I' I lectric car? Call Ralph Bales trout home and lots ( US 0111 i leondilieined ho /lu' 2 til'ul. cleared lot electricity and

\0\.R\ ADS IN bath. tcrra/zo floor, some extra money lake brakes Reeve hItch and ,1.lhlli/cr. 1214. .Merkle Motors, Inc lueie Inlet Write Box BRI I Huh scree net'' pii'o. )huill I telephone at property line Only
insulated cathedral Ceiling, ove I law nh. watering trees. All tires near new. Shower, toile, -- Stuurt NCMS. Call 287.2 in features in lovely kitchen High' / $12(XI() lront fool CASH

Qhmrf e'- looking 10'acre lake and county ing and general care. Must I heater jwi stove ice box. radio WANTED AnliqueH \\ ( )) dry' lot SURIFICING at $11 I.- .- .- -
e park Plenty parking area Low area of cmplour See \\ many more extras Read I to go the highest cash price ----- -- -- ,- \ tWCall( ) ) Mrs Ruth Foster TRAI1ER LOTS 71x100() five

price rental day, week mom Hobe Sound Route I I. anywhere $1200 I Phone AT 7. one pieee or an entire est. HOME, with Income: Associate. : BRUNIRS HOUStOh minutes from Stuart near Slate

Walking distance grocery store 1 inquire meg Motel. ( ) 4310. .t. 19 ((6ft) a-hrac. old paintings. units or lirgc family \ REAl I SI .\TL:. RbAI!IORSOny I Road 7d I leelrieity. Telephone,
------ tea !sets. odd of ness forces sale at 2871297 hug Fish Pond. good" 1
The Seven C's Grocery Storeon i --- -- ---- pieces bg : or 2874220Nile neighbors.
DIAL U. S. No. I I. one mile northof WANTED Man and ", I9<8 26 Jaleo Seamasler Sport ent,il rugs. slant top desk. For mfivnntion, call AT : 2874016) 1-19 ((90)) Buy now for next Winter or move

St. Lucie River Bridge. tf ((35)) work June, July August Cruiser. Solid mahogam ilonh bronzes. old jewelry. old after_7th_:( ) p.m. _.__3' ( ( ) right in. 519:' .IICI Cash or terms.
ATlantic 7.1550 Hampshire lake resort planked bottom refimshed den, old coins old paper \ 58 A. FARM HIghway frontage Write Owner I I'. O Box 182 -

I FOR Lease: Beautiful 7 room their own trailer i I : excellent condition Ihrolljthollt. clocks, vases. pewter old CORNIR Lot $8 II.) suitable for vcgetihlcs/ cattle UI ETA. Florida 119(90)( )
To 1'luCf'our FAST SI,LI ING. home very finely furnished, 3hcdroonts. work for man, wife to Twin 100) h.p. Grass (Complete old dolls Will pay $ I MXI) lot $7V tI. high and ) hogs or citrus House on property _
2 baths I ISO on St. tagcs, room and general equipped for sport fishing Tern gold con \Vrite llo818 I at bargiui priee | ,' Near In.lhlllloWn-Stllnrl. 1\1.11' and I IISIIIRMAN test waterfront
! low COST IVAN AD Lucie Many fruit trees Suitablefor \Voodburvs. Hobe' Sound, Trade. landem bout trailer for Beach. Honda '- ( ) 4641. Write Box 417 J rrh'e on request Tcll'rh.'ne H44) buy very near I Inlet in Port Sew.
I, Motel) Beaeh ) 1355 THURMOND KNIGII1' ill Onl> $!l2.1)per( \) toot M P.Nelson .
Nutmeg ( )
2 couples adults only. Every opposite I 1822 boat A good suhslanna sen.
-- -- REAl TY INC P O Box Realtor W:' F Ocean
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: fine convenience In this i home. 3- ( ) trailer with like new tires ligr. REAL ESTATE: FOR S.\ NEAR SI ARS' IOWN 2 .
West Palm Beach Fit 4-9 (9ll)) lilul 287-11M(> 1 19 ((90)
Renters furnish best of ref- and turn Paul Seotiel .
must signal .
:NLWS WANT US ercnccs Located at I 11 I th and Pain NEEDED NOW women I 223 River ('f. Jensen Beach Fl _III & a' 1 Room room Utility(US !home Room. with(' IH-Sr- ocean: front buy--!between 111:AlTlllUL:: EloIse i Sound;;- Colony .

ctto Drive 2 blocks South of ambition to earn money. 1 I Phone 287-ml.1 Smart 1-19. _((68),!, CANAL lot olf St I lueie. I Awnings Good Lawn the bruIses i 5,00') ,,,,:,an front. in 1st Avenue. Hobe Sound,
RATE: Five ccnls per average Sailfish Lodge Palm City. Phone income. part or full time. i 5, Harlw Estates. I Shrubbery. luke eludes I 1200'( of AlA I frontage\ and! near Iniraeoasl ind Ocean. 6
w(',o). minimum i charge per insertion Mr Underwood, 2117- 889. Avon Manager P.O. Box WANTED! : House trailer for Irav. Best otter our $2 MM). I Lou completely! ) furnished new 01\" Ilpl'f\I\imulcly! I IbOO()))' on the In- (urge. wootled lots ttfercd by Kobe
$100 ( to twcnttvcnge 3-19 ((35)) Vero Beach Fla 1- ( ) cling Ib to K 0) lect ('all 217.! ert, 4940 N. F. 27 Terr mobile homo than River lolil depth of tract Sound Colony. Inc. !Prices $1 .650(
--- -- - --- -- accept car or
words)r.r.Ut ds in AL :2058! 3.19 ((6 ) pano He leh. III 19">-0204) ( ) down npproximilely I MX)'. Ocean front and $1710. Phone Jupiter 746.
APITAL LETTERS, except first FOR Rent: Furnished (home PaLsy WAITRESS wanted! Apply i :; ar II --- -------- on 252u( II payment \ toned for commercial hotels andmotels1 4697) after 7 p.m. .1.19 ((90)
Inn, 2 no answer,
l .
son Scjmours I
FOR Sale Owner 4 100 I
word words each. 1st to Nov. 1st 459 Skyline Dr.. by : ---- -- -
count two --- "
us Services Offered, !Misc. 71 other sulo for IIn,1I I
Jensen. Middle or No north of Jensen! Beach Ca terfront 1 lots Hifh 4 and 6 pm. ( ))) I duplex -__ I.
White above or below or aged over. 3 ______ ,._. --- result'nti il Only $245.I()X) per fool '
spice ( )
children or pets Low rent. 287 s- .J Sicnfice 'it $29 a loot LOOKING) gooTl I IKVIIIKS & SFKMFS: 168

within number ad of will words be(five charged) that as couldhe the 2125 tf ((35)) -MALE-or Female.-- -- For off WISCONSIN, Bnggs Stratton, 2595 ( ) home priced for: under a $20. :; I M: P, 1 Blvd,'iIl7-Realtor 1Vi(>. '1.19 121((90)FOecim (l;i) .... ...' .'" ..

printed in the blank line, or TWO-Bedroom house for OR shipping noon 5 COOLED Clinton ENGINES and Lauson AIR and NEW two I bedroom home hedroe'in. I l'i' bulb all MY I
rent lIto in stock kitchen double. I.ASr 1IIRLL lots left to sell /taster Season
21 cents line day Thursday AT bath, corner lot, Legion carl"rte.
per SALE. St Lucie Locks. Cal: parts and men who know how to Icnl local on in Stuart in Sunset J"lule on the Norlh

Display Classified ratei on 287-3649. tf (35)) ----.---- ( ) repair them. ULMER MOTORS"or" $109)0 Co. Easy terms W H. $((4IXHd) >wn. aNII11e Fork. offered' bv the developer SALE
AT 7-4880
application. Dial AT 7-3355 Your Fncnly net or AT 287-0877) 1. ( ) I IOIIIH Sola I Ivl 12. with 2lX) ft
FOR Rent: One bedroom house CAREER opportunity with Dodge Dealer tf ((71') ( )) ----.-- ) frontage on the Si 1.ucic. 121 ft. I !lie lime surprise' !her with I
bination --- --- -
these cash for ads -
are rate* completely furnished Firs I t insurance IX1UR bedroom water)rant IIY owner 2 bedroom deep at 511M( ) a front It. lot .II. new Mobile home.
brought or mailed to The Stuart house on right Orange Ave.. Rio. debit in Stuart area. Age WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE Imdscaped lot MhUl) I II.)
Will trade for vacant overlooking river. lOll(i)) ft I. by 148ft )
News with payment. If you are a For couple only. 3.19 ((35) Must have car. Write Box BALANCING with Bear Equipment Bo\ 21, Slum Ilj ( ( ) extras Kill Street. Pout .. 53,51111.( ) lot 11. on bout bisin .JENSENTHAILEH
Stuart News mail subscriber are art News. 1 ( )
or by trained' mechanic will pay Call after 600: pm ) with I IK O) ft frontage and also I IOO))))
listed in the Stuart telephone dircc FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished __..1. Ill'll for itself tire We have the HOME :
II in wear located in Stuart ( )) ft. of paved road frontage $4.100)) ).
tory you can place your ad by telephone apartment close in $80. Call Business Opportunities equipment and men. Your friem schools. 3 bedrooms, 2 St'' me on grounds duly or phone SALES INC.
Dial ATlantic 7-1 1150 and 2187-1685 or 287 5569. tf (35)) dealer ULMER' MOTORS bXUPHONAILY large ,
Dodge central
!ly airconditionmg and A r 7-lOM) at niithl. or wrilo loins
say I want to place a want ad. ------- L or Dial AT 7-3355 tf ((71)) ing. Complete! sprinkler >> separate: : dining J room : : Sola, I'. O Box 1201) Stuart "Just, North of the \ "
CLEAN furnished 2 bedroom COIN: operated laundry -- CallAT7053l I. ( )) porch.[ fireplace, two b I Hi
house Inquire at office of Sta able. Excellent condition RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank ServIce --- -- --- tile bath, 20x10, utility u_ __ x.26 ((90)) Js'i'st-is Beach, Ilu.
lite Trailer Park, 3 miles north of money maker Call AT Cleaning and repairing Als 28 lots in/ Block I r carporte, concrete drive I J Phone 287-2732
Give your mail i I address as Stuart on U. S. I J. tf ((35) ( drain fields repaired and re-tait Subdmsion lists of scaped, underground IXR RF.NT 135ATLANTIC *
well as your telephone number --- ------- Dial AT 7.0651.AT() I 7-9862. trees LAsts 21x100( ). $185 Will consider >
tf(7( ) system IIIl
in your want.ad. The Stuart MODERN bedroom furnished scNnus. ,,"" .4"""' >i" > '.. 1ST P O I.- ----u-_ ltu"lntC the New
one Box
News ban hundreds of apartment will I I I be available LOST & FOUND! HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, : 31904' ) 395. Cape 3. ( )1 1Fla down. Phone owner, AT.1- () )) .. .....'............?" ......... 20' Hide SlullneIxxiiud I

out-of.sidle subscribers who March I 15 Rent by week month Mower and Disc Will clear lots -------. ..- I In Park

are your best possible pros. or year Unruled on river one cut trees. Fence posts and pllm' FOR Sik: I bedroom Ready for Oitupuiuy,
pects for real! estate sales and block from shopping district 55 LOST Sunday on East for sale Lawton Wall, Phoae AT house Terms. Close in JUPIILR DUPILX SAC' *
renlils boats, help wanted, E. Seminole St Phone AT 7-I 1197. Beach. Causeway! near 71401 tf ((71)) Phone AT 7- 14IJ, *

gardening, trailers, and services tf <(35)) bridge General Electric ( ) CBS large corner duplex iKniiinxInilliin SpecIals,
meter Robert Garner. TERRAZZO Tile and MarblW ------ 1I1'lIrllllcnlc'mpleled t I lilt king, M>'*lll' $1H75

..... FOR rent or 'I lease Port Sewa Cottage Rio Rt I I. Jensen! H. Wagner Co. AT 7-48H FOR Sale: Waterfront cd 10 minutes Irani 1 lilt Hliiu, 40'111'( $3675
waterfront home Two bedroom. AT 72165. 3- ( ) AT 7-1696. tf ((71) view best locution Pratt-Whitney. RCA No 2 IIR ,
) Skyline< 50') III')) $4295I
I I'/i' biths er Owner 287-
Stove and refrigerate .
--- fie Walk to school and \
I BR Sklln, 36'1110') $3675
I Boat dock. Yearly. Phone 287 HARDWARE Sale Yes, all hard- ( ) rooms each ,
REGULAR ('LA .''IIt1CAll0: SFrCI.\LNOTICES --- ring 101"" 'iteMs,
.4105. tf (35)) ware now at low sale priee BY owner Beautiful I Income $220)) monthly !\
(Numbers over 100 refer to display FURNISHED----- ------ 3- room- 'I Hendrys Trading Ocukr ispposile trees Pine I lake Drive, taxes etc. $107\ to:: ........"-_-- ---- -----oil--
classified ads, which appear apartment ALCOHOLIC A NON Y M Tn-County Gas, Golden (sale. River Shores Reasonable fnge. reduced to $1 I )) COURTAPARTMENTS
bath Close in. On the river, Smites Offered !Mhe, 171
after the end of the smaller ads i in Adults only. Phone AT 7419 meets at 8:30: p.m. every tf ((71)) to suit Stuart AT 586H) ) Phone owner before 10)

numerical order.. Be t\IJ'C to JlXJ.k utter 12 noon' 3-19.((35) tesday at the Community J ...1 Raton 19141X6 3- ( ) or evenings 74r>-7146. tlNll.rt..JIMo_
in both places) Jensen Beach. For .
( ) )
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FOR rent in Stuart 2 bedroom Phone AT 7-3332 ( ) PLANTS S"kVICES 75 IN Jensen Beach for sale' -. --. -'----- cli aissi' fIIDA" HOVLICVAMOa'rtia'r. FOR YOUR LOVFD ONES
FOR RENT 35-135 furnished house Air-condition er new two bedroom .. ( )UNTRY. l ISIS) Li)5iil54liOIJsteIsttet9SO

FORRfNTORS\LF 38-13 ing and heat. Call AT 7-1 1597. WANT the best price for I : 11'PLANTS Fastest growing nursery bedroom homes High natural drainage I mile : : AtAPiTMasTS MARBLE, CR\MTE
Call Ralph Bates at 7 Walking distance lo on canal and road $ ) ) ( I llltOMI AIn HATM OR BRON/K
WANTED 10 RENT 40-14 319 (35)) Merkle Motors Inc. In Martin County 10 acres $10900 and 29 R 'rn.KIIO. III) ('OIIITIHKU
$12,900. Will
I ( ) r.'eJe-e.:: itrow7211 !
HELP WANT) 43-143 FOR rent to elderly couple : 2 plants. Pelican Nursery, Loop. lots acreage or what have ( :: 'OV' HIH R4TIOIV MARK EU S
(S-76A), Palm City AT 7
Employment Wanted 48-148 bedroom furnished house on ELECTKOLUX CORP. down payment AT 7.J914. ) ..,StiiHrt. 1- ( ) LOINUHSfniklf The 5 mImI of Your Love
14th Street Palm City. Hernia tumty for the right man to(68)I.; If (75 .-- ----- -- (90)I (90)I S......I .r T..rlr ,
Business .50-1.50 257 ? Whither
Opportunities L Snyder 3-19 ( 35)) [tIe his present earnings. Call -- --- -- FOR Sale: CBS !DupleT YARD! feet you want a monument
W T. .
LOST & FOUND 53-153 Clark AT 7-0143() If ( each,_ Mango, Avocado ahoi two blocks from front in City of Stuart PAGETIfP' headstone or simple, dignified
SCHOOLS 54-154 PLEASANT one bedroom furnished trees 5 ft Cocos I'lumosa lonil/ Bank Terms. I'hono KH feet ilern' ) l>,., AT T-HTMI If lUH marker, we will ileslcn: It in un.

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 cottage for rent. Center of HENDRY'S Trading Center $I.()(). Azaleas' Camellias. 5149 evenings ( ft building, marine I perishable itone M the symbol
town $f>Q month, yearly rent. Call Sale on all fishing tackle. VARIETY of tropical I : ., shop) equipment etc of your love for I dear one.
USED CARS 58-158 287- 892. tf ((35) ed AlA in Golden Gate vines, trees VISIT Enders IN Uihama Terrace CBS 2 home C. L EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS I

NEW CARS 60-160 Tn-County Gas. If ( ) White City 3.26 ((75) room I bath (ircular 505 Colorado A Stuart Services
BO US & SERVICES: 63-163 NEWLY decorated two bedroom -- ------ erncnl shingle roof. I Includes 3.' ( ( )
Kenneth S,
apartment tat floor, 2 screened jET professional carpet & R maintenance service; lawn 10 wall carpeting and all -- StlmmeU
1 xILFRS & SERVICES 68-168
porches. Year 'round tenant. Also result; rent Blue Lustre services and general mimteanee ppl.me-es Urge screened bedroom, (lS) Brand Dot 1407 AT 7-1477 or ..3201I
Services Offered, Misc. 71-171 efficiency apartment, with porch, Inc Carpet Shampoocr $1 per: ; mowing. spraying fcrliliz aces "beautifully Imdscaped home in brand new ON (
FLAMS & SIR1ICES: 75-175 2nd floor. 609 West I ht Street Stu lartmun-Lcighton Furniture lots cleared and maintamedI'rrnklcr : and waterfall, "with:; outside:;: [ off Highway I -
3.19 ark, I Kobe Sound first TilE ST. LUCII2 .. .. .. ...
For Sale, Miscellaneous! 78-178 art. 3 26 ((35)) ( repairs and installation ng II s a beauty and the i a'' .J. .4

Wanted To Buy (:Mite) 81-181 -FOR--rent---small----completely--furnished "" '_ f" Call 287-2911 J. P. O rlllh\\ :a.A!! !_7-3359, ( ) ) wooded after entrance lot. High One and two-room efflelrneln. For Sale, MhcclltinvoiM 178

BOTS SERVICES : 927. tf ((75OR 1 T By owner, .....'_ ,.,..
MOVING:\/ & STORAGE 84-184 house In Monterey Call II CAUI If UI. bedroom luus 'at. I .f U ..
I if )
rr: ___ .___ ( ) Spat'km* shaded ground
Real Estate For Sale 90-190 after 6 p.m. AT 73204. 3-19 ((35) 2 baths I ISO' on St. I.ucie
-------- -- --- minute ride to the Parking Ixil. Burnt Dmk.Shufflcboard. .
Real Estate Wanted 96-196 'I OUTBOAKU MOTORS I SALE. Miscellaneous 78 4 V() deep. Zoned Inlet ( ) ... Nt _
ON the to the beaches New
way ED We have parts 1 1 .. Many( fine fruit trees ) waterfront (115) 3 IV Mid lounge
two bedroom duplex, complete :'/i bath home I
-, Iy furnished One block off E. popular makes Can lest your At.E: On all appliances now al snlitltucs.rage Toke!: furniture sign at, 1 !' floors, Florida Gas room heul Week Month Year W UiP'7
lORRbM1 35 Ocean Blvd. Terrazzo floors tile and condenser. Ulmer Motors, reduced prices at Hcndry's Trad
bath and windows, Formica kilch- AT 7-3355. Your Friendly I Center opposite Tn-County and Palmetto Drive, 2 blocks equipment Garage, 624 ST. IIX'IF CRI?VCFNT '
) 01 1 Sailfish in sprinklers A
lodge I
BEAUTIFUL en. Carporte and utility room. Dealer If ( ) in Golden Gate tf ((78)) !'hone for appointment Palm to money. $29 OO.H) ( ) E' SlUARf, FLORID I' CASA RIO
beds. home.rooms Semi with and Available after April 1st Owner AUTHORIZED Johnson Manure tenor of house Mr. H G ., Roland G I uedcr, Trlrphontt 287-9812 I BOAT & MOTOR SALES, IM.MO .
New m $12 2
baths. Cooking privileges.private 875055. 3-19 ((35)) Complete Sales, Service, yds, $15. 7-yard load yds.$42. Also wood. 287.2889. 3.19 ( ) Colorado Ave.. Stuart F, t;. WOOD, Manager ...s. TOT ale AT ,....

Plenty of parking. Call Mrs Day, r I Good selection of dependable hay AT 7-0979 tf ((78)) DON'T- -LET- ROCKY- --' __ __ .. _3-19 ( ) If ((116) j tt 1111111I1111I /

287-2389. tf--((35)FIREPROoTwarchouse --) FOR RENT OR SALE 38 Mechanic.lotors Expert CASA "RIO
MUSICAL INSFRUMENIS ulions are always close easily converled to 4
1800 sq. MOTOR SALES, Inc 440 RU to
ft. ''a mile ouLside city limits 5 50.000) .home. On the river. Will in Rio AT 7-0': 44. tf ( ) Waterfront lots and acreage leaving one EXPECTING COMPANY?
at $40 a month. Call AT 7-I 1074. take $10000) ) loss Can be rented Lowest Prices in FloridaUIFARS side lots and acreage our 3 bathrooms.. Box K92 WONDrR WhERE YOU'RE GOING 10 BLI) 1IIFM DOWN
Complete n Iy. gh elevation. Prices -
If (35)) and rent applied toward pur Call iw and slop worrying'!! Reasonable rate and an almmphereIhul
---- -- base Phone AT 7-4133 Marine Supplies, Marine DRUMS PIANOS IKOOOO.t ( ) up. We live there, 1 19 ( )))
days ; will all but .
lOUR BEDROOM FURNISHED AT 7-3023 evenings j tf (((38)) Marine[ Hardware-everything i ORGANS 1/\/ Roland G. lueiler -MAN'S- ---- aiirpuM yonr own
HOME FOR RENT. -- ---- --- --- -- your car Boat 72'J Colorado Ave., Stuart\ MANAGERNow :
87-0199. tf ((35)) SMALL 2 bedroom furnished homeon Port-SewaU.- -- U ( ) EASY: TERMS 3-19 ( ) 2 bedroom patio, facing 2 bath water home Available for Your Sleeping Comfort: !
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TWO bedroom furnished apart ed. Inquire waterfront.8409 S.Fully Indian! landscap-River FOR Sale 26.ft. Chris MORITZ PIANO CO. A TRACTIVE i.bedroom. 2 waterfront : deep Niagara tytlo-MaMage Unit In Our Bed*
merit for rent In North River Cruiser Outriggers, home in St. Lucia Estates fireplace In family
Drive, ft. Pierce, before March
Call Shores 287-3547 SI25 monthly year tf around((35)) 2 5th. 3.19 ((38)) iilge four. Loaded pump galley with ,many head.0 I Pierce 112,No.IU Slit Ph.Street 461-4747 5(8)( Phone 2871205. 3.19 ( ) heat.dishwasher I:lee. kitchen Carport Southwind MotelUS.

orTmfurnisheTdou- 1 xtras $1600 Phone AT If ((78)) I I room, $28,VKJ) .IX), NO. 1 SIUART TLLETIIONEi 287-0773
FURNISHED WANTED:\/ TO RENT 40 !after! 3:30: p.m. tf ( ) UPIFER OWNER rn charges Roland\ (). I : 5t (itS)
ble efficiency. Ground floor In R U S S E S elastic stockings Realtor, 729 Colorado

town Could live in and operate r r OAT WANTED. Fiberglas knee pads, anklets etc. Stuart. Beautiful view of Intracoa 3-19 ( ( --...------ --------
small business 211 I Colorado Ave. RESPONSIBLE party needs unfurnished board cabin cruiser. 18 to Corp.. tf ((78)) Waterway from this \ .
287-4837 3-19 ((35)WANTADS two bedroom house feet, with head. Will trade -- I built 3-bedroom. 2-hath ROE building;; lot in Sl ;; S .

or apartment by April 8. Stuart or beautiful $2,(XX) lot in Hobe box, .spring and mattress large corner lot Many Subdivision Just off Palm I

Port Salerno area preferred. Call subdivision Phone 546-5266 refrigerator clean perfect con- tras Access to waterway, Near schools, ,
87-0081) ) 319(40)( ) tf ( ) ion. Typewriter I table, small I I to shopping center May Irf: library Owner .... ......". ... '
k-- grill Venetian blinds. (all purchased furnished or f. I Only $1400) M.w P :::::: : .. .
6-FT boat windshield and 7pm., 287-5490( 3-19 (78)
nished, under $20,(MX) ). Realtor L. Ocean
.. .. opy lop Pour back' ---- consider seasonal' or flf>. J-19 ( ) ; : (
: seats with storage underneath I VCRAFT SUPPLIES Par rental Immediate ) -- _- --- .-- :: !it ; : "

bait well. Fiberglassed! bottom ty Detoration, Plastic Plants & Phone >ER cypress frame 3 B R. ... .'t....:.. ... I
BREAKFAST cook. $50 for before ". ""
DO THE JOB! day week to start All benefit six- paint this winter.. Call after 6 .. Hanging Baskets, Flower am cy. or ,evenings owner. & Stuart. I bath Awning :::' ::"j':,. :; ;1' .. .
or before Sam 287-0194() Millinery Supplies, Foam Rub- to front porch. 'I
and vacation.
ALSO: Waitresses 3 19 ) .
326 ( ) Gorgeous Oriental Novelties in landscaped yard w I 'I!
anted $30 week and Must ..
have transportation Answer tips ID<< ..- :::ware, Fried Marble Supplies HREE ;; ;;;;0bath, ; w Pcniucola Bahia grass :
Mosaic Kits Cut Shells, older home on Jupiter yard Owner will --t
person. Poor Bob's, Jensen Beach.If ((43)). TRAILERS SERVICES Articles Alligator Goods. wmiming pool 2W( on certIficate. Electric .a. J..ft4 ;

Bags & Hats Driftwood. nlracoastal Waterway Pri and range Very low

WAITRESS wanted. Steady work. SPECIAL until March 26 & Styrofoam Crafts, Flor ocean front access Over one imutely $1200( down / -- -t'\;

Powell Diner AT 7-9708. glas and aluminum Souvenirs, Hundreds of other of land. Reduced lo S6.5.000( Owner will take

_ 3-19 ((43)) room with one door 9*20' (a at DISCOUNT PRICES tointmcnt only M. P. First mortgage i is ,.
age height), installed under ) Teach You, Come NOW to Realtor, 325 E. Ocean Blvd. I () ))) with monthly
CAREER OPPORTUNITY roof. $249 plus tax Tom GIFT & CRAFT 3566. 3-19 )) .(X) per month. Price is
IN NEWSPAPER 287-4719.. 3-19 ( ) U. S. No. 1, Hobe SAYSELLfCBS 1 $810000:' ) Bruners House. FLEETS I INN Approved by 41.rJ
CIRCULATION FIELD 3 .19 (78)) IDOW 3 i Estate. 700 S. Federal
YOUNG man wanted in Stuart 1962 mobile home Ritz ----- -. room, 2 bath home Central I Ask for Mrs Ruth f'O' Luxury ..!f
area for district manager'i job.Must I 10x55 3 bedrooms IV() furnishings Sundown Mo and air conditioning Florida or 287-4220 : Waterfront

Dial ATlantic 7.1550 live in or around Stuart Age: 0x36 Florida room, two r tel 5 miles north of Stuart on screened porch elcc' = 319 ( ) APARTMENT MOTELJENSEN
20-30. military obligation com- craters with freezers, S I. Double twin and Ba- In kitchen; including d '
pleted. car essentiaL Apply/ in person washer aluminum awnings I beds dresser desks, chairs Tile roof, awning windows, : three bedroom; two BEACH, ILORIDV
and ask for the at the Personnel Department i r I all Windows. Completely les. lamps, refrigerator, stoves, rau.o floors Beautiful River Shores. Pool d" lw, a l.frmi -' _'". V\ Mil. I... From Ua.l r41. /MMM
2751'1 FHA financed Furnished RMwrwil. Co -l I* >rMt Fl.h.' >., Coif C"ur M M''I
1 Palm Beach Pout-Times, Includes lot with fruit trees. $ Saturday, March 21st only $23,50000 or I : iMnuMtal WM>rw r .-:" l. -:.l TV Iwlu W IN & t.r
I South Dixie Highway, West Palm terms. Located on N. 5th 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. Everything must I G Lueetcr, Realtor 729 rent to adult Call PHONE 287-S566 t II.,>

:Want Ad :rake Oeash, 306 ( 43)) Port Solcroo: AT 70778. J..1! ( ) i soIL 3-19 (78) Ave. Stuart 3.19 ( or AT 7-3279, t* ( )



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4 D THE STUART (Tla> 1't SThursday. III :and! Millon lohn,,'n tint I s I
Mirch '19,, .1964 mend l the Martin ( ourm knit: i REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 I
of the American Cancer Socul' I.,.aMPewwwelnrlr--' .t..A.. __ lt. .... .
CANCFR DRIVE More information on the drive I DEL-MAR REALTYOF
will be announced later
: The Cancer Drive will start on' -JWJ- PRIME INVESTMENT
I April ft, according. l to
: :i idalhlli J ( Anthony I II MOVING Ii: STORAGE 184 I'I'RIIII'

I : ........--- ----, 1 1----..... 'a1m \ -- 40 acres with fine waterfront close-in HOBE SOUND

t : For Sale, MfccdUnomu. .178, I' -. I It' good road ideal development land -
:, .111 r" I bargain priced at $40,000.COLORADO( .

I' :"" Vincent's Jewelers I ,'- ..- '_ '' ," I, Presents
|3 Moving and StorageGOING AVE. CORNER7th
'Guarantee l
Part loaded van, Have apace for and Colorado. Excellent location. Will

lila' Can average/ AT siza 7-0878 bom furaishwfs. sell for $40,000( ) or will build to suit tenant. These 3 Beautiful Homes'For

: Fagm Transfer and Storage
500 Flagler: A naultf(1I4I

Jewelry Repairing U.S. 1 AND 3rd Your Inspection -
Cnmpkte. Vleitlim of fll Jt _
Watches Diamond. Silver l REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Prime U.S. 1 corner, Improved with CBS

building. Ideal for Drive-in. $35,000. HonE SOUND, FLA. A fine place to live, a wonderful place! for your children to

I 287-1878 BUILDRS: CLOSE-OUT grow up and go to school and an equally nice place to retire. We arc a growing community
:: BARGAIN: I with unlimited room for future expansion with main highways going thru our community .
New CBS 2-bmtrctom. 2-bath' $16,000
2310StrOIAA\r'SUl.: in ((1a) air-conditioned. home. Fverj- : AlA and U.S. 1, giving us commercial frontage just waiting to be developed

-- thing the, best and.. the latest' 4 bedroom C.B.S. home 2 baths When you have a chance, visit our community and look us over.
'LJ r r I II I p=-j.. /, Watts l l pint In SI ,.... .... .. .
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Only I7RS down .nd $110p + .> +y rr. -- -
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 198 Will.r;month r.iM!.trie...,}>*.M Mk.Mnttel FHA iorli.mt. .,.: Large corner lot. Like new. Owner ttl'1, ....,.... ,, !f!: ..yIP,1.. 1ve ', ,. 1. ",*"aA4go4AwrAYr\ .,< .... -.r'\,.';(. .: I ;) '" ,. ,..,," J'h' .
I Sf.! I ucle Builders. says SELL! I I'p;.r...) 1/1.. ,.,.. .t fj.: : 'i "\ .,. ...'_) ..
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I AT 72417MORTGAGES II I r''l Y1":'I.ay"S : 4w ." ( '\, ,"" 6 '; V ,tf t
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Furnished Choice Lots. $100 Dn Fine Investments I .h' t.,, .-. i>f' '".. .J., .. .
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25 YEAR TERM 'it. ... : _.: .. 11nI

: Open Daily 1 I'. \s1, NEW AND HOMES EXISTING :b011nPc'( ({!J 1M '.1< .1JIIII:2: sa-.; 1"" ) ,, 'f' lit.',:, .i.. .

'Til 4:30: P.M. C. R. Adilcy, Mfg. Broker .:fI M .4
Taylor 900 Colorado Ait., (acroM from tat> National Bank) 'I, >. 'l' "'" f
in Ashley
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7-J500 ;
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630 AT 7-32HO AT 7.4121 M ; : }
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AT 7-2440 DON O'KELLY or BOB WILLIAMS! I t. ;'fIY r., .. .. '
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See The YOU BELIEVE THIS. > ,! : 1' t."" '.' P e hvf1l"e..t vC ...
No. 1 SPACIOUS HOME: 3 bcdroomit, 2 rnlMHe Baths' Large Florida. Room Built-in Kitchen I Double Carport, 2 large
"VALLEYFORGE" Utility Room Only $SOt Down, No( Closing Costs, Payments! of $'04.24 per month.T .

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n 'CHEN: No. 2 LOVELY 3 Bedroom, 2 bath Horn with Built-in Kitchen, Carport and Utility Room $S08 Down NO Ckx.lng Cost
a FOR CUSIOM BUILT JUST FOR YOU CABINETS: and Payments of $96.98 per month.

\ i $12,500.00 ...
I 1 : I.ow Down Payment 7.490

; Sam RhodesConstruction ,

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P.O. Box 824, Jensen Bench,
Baker Manager i-in ti inn O. BOX 635, STUART, FLORIDA DUL 287-1035.1.ID fun ; ( .i.w. __ ( 4 I Ii
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- C. O. RAINEY-Realtor I

No. 3 EXCELLENT BUY 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home with Built-in Kitchen, a utility room and Enclosed Garage Only
T $500 down, No Cloning Carla l and Payments of Only $88,40 per month.SPECIAL.

,fit I -
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31 acres of high rolling ground fronting on both U.S. No. 1 and A1A. 1300' on U S.

I No. 1. This is a tremendous buy at $1,750 per acre. 29% down Balance over:

I 5 years at 6% interest.

Liquor bar and package store' with no nearby competition. Waterfront Footage
includes duplex living quarters on property, movable county
liquor license together! with all fixtures and equipment' 100 Feet (or more) on IntracoaMal Waterway, backed by a
All this on 210' of U.S. No. 1 highway. $90,000 paved street. Property has a depth of not less than' 1,200; feet.Beer .

and wine restaurant and bar, service station and garage/ Priced at $100.00 per front ,.... Zoned for residents
with 210 on U.s. No. 1 $38,000 Ttrms.

Large waterfront M 100' x 131' right off Intracoastal on Exclusive Jupiter Island

I canal U.900.1IO. 3 lob, or ISO feet, M Royal Palm Blvd Priced at 12000.
Large, old 2 story home with 191 feel frontage overlooking 29% down, balance ill S years
..- ---...-- -.- -, .....-.: Intncoa&tal Waterway. how ha 4 bedroom" and 2 hath"*
aho haw 2 bedroom cottage hi re.... Needs some repair Lovely 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS home with large studio on
Priced al. 3000000. Only $5,000 down. 100 foot lot. Priced al $32,500. Term.

1.2 BEDROOM 2 bath, waterfront' 1. 326 ACRES Palm City area 1 mile 411I
4 bedroom 2 bath Ideal for large 10 Acres with large Kreened-mckwcd" area stocked with plants plus himdreds eI landscapaag plaata outside. AD first quality Mod
bora on SI luile near golf course family 36' I la. room with msid bun 714 Cleared High and dry, can Sprinkler system to cover. This includes a 2 bedroom, I balh. CBS house. AI thb priced at $40,000., 29% d.wn, balance la 10 years!
Ana of fine homes. For only $29,800. becue-Near. si hook, churches: and library be divided Price on request.
I.art. .lllity room, 2 car carport Immediate I
otcumincv. 2. 4,00ft ACRESCertified: !survey ....w.
"among finest citrus land" la central
2.3 BEDROOM! CBS Ha. room, awning Excellent Value/ At Florida Excelfeal aCM_ Principals DEL-MAR REALTYComplete

window and tile roof. Take over mtgwyntit. only Asking price $650 acre

p $90.00 mo. Furnkhed total $24,500.
RENTAL 3 bedroom house!
Real l Estate Service
01y 15000. OFFICE
price or light manufacturing spore

STUART, fLORJDA ASSOCIATES MEMBER MU I I, Homer Greathouse, Reg. Real Estate Broker
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Ural Estate For Sale 190 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 The Permmklis. \\ill has .1 i >.-,in! 1>Ic'
-' '( -, T ....:I!f.UMMMMt MV-4IPWKMM'MM'.+Narnarlaarr. l .s vsew -n ,y w/Wla>s'N. MaaMw part and desert. luncheon at I t tp 'I M
.m on Thurstla)'. March 19 all : !
NO For Sale! Greatly Reduced. Was Asking the! !Masonic\ Temple on Oxxola Mr. and Mn. Albert Kirt lime -
INTEREST Street Mcmheri. are asked to bring Sound, announce the arrival ot
(For 3 Years Meantime Pay It Off) I $28,500. Now Only $21,500 Buys I their own cards or' material for their first ttrandson (mry Paul, -.rJ
Subject Change Without Notice whatever. games. ihev. wish to playFor Ihursdiv, March '12 dun' 'H arena -
,I reservations, phone !Mr LoutsDempster arc Mr and Mrs, ,Paul VIHiu.r -
Interior Use boat ,
with $2000
ramp l.500j I Deeded Slip ,
Jl1 Attractive W. B. TILTON
Waterfront y AT 7-0127: or !Mrs Ev.I Ri\icra Beach MI'Vi..r is
Choke 80,100,143'x12$ deep, $30 and $35 Ir Ft10rr ,
erctl Higgins AT 49(10 Dma the farmer Sharon Kin!
Discount for Cash-Your Term Come See-Vou'U like! I _
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Box 1491, Stuart No Flooding Fer' Phone 287-458 : RiverfrontII I vwows'-w.asvowwlurwalerr "w'i1 t.."''''w" -.uwl REALTOR
HARBOR ESTATES I u.... erwgwswr'anw' Jensen Beach, Florida AT 1.1411"preseflts" .
On So. Fork, W. of Rt. 76 at Salerno R Owner on
:,: 11" III al 1636 Riverside Drive, Stuart. Modern four-rnom, mostly I 660' of river frontage on South Fork of
furnished two bedrooms Id' .Damn, two air-conditionen oil St. Lucie River 30 acres, including up. Tins i'KrK's; SPECIAL
healer, attic fan, screened porch facing riser, work shop with I
running water, on riverfront lot, 82foot frontage by 200-foot proximately 200( Royal Palm Trees, beautiful \Vaterfront home CBS 30' elevation

depth. I grounds. Contact your broker or overlooking the beautiful St. Lucie River

; ; = MRS. D. II. CIF:VSON, PHONE: AT 7-1561 -Protected harbor for boat-bulkheaded'

} a.. : r .. 1"19 1190) ALBERT BROOKER landscaped dock 3 bedroom 2

.t '. --- -- --- bath large Florida Room -1,son) squarp

"f., v m ....'1 : FOR SALE P.O. Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach.. .,Fla.. \po, feet living urea plus 1,5K() ) square feet base.

Owner sell now!II I Price slash.
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,...w:; ... 3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE RIVERFRONT ESTATE ed to $21,500.00.( ) ( ()


HOME _. ._
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360 ACRESFOR 200 Ft, Frontage on Beautiful
1. The first op Sew all* Point designed: by a top rated architect, Broad St Lucie River i
this home won wide acclaim on the West (oust. The homeIs I f INFORMATION Writ to I iI I 100'( ) on E. 10th St. by ppprov. 23(') deep
built by a really dedicated builder who know* what he
b doing. Other models to be built simn. Plans for these VINCE NELSONBOX \Vithin City Limits of Stuart I All cleared. Young bearing mango! trees.
home are in our office.UNUSUAL. Rued road. $4,400.00.() ()()
122, JUPITER, FLA ('It)' Water

WATERFRONT PRINCipals ONLYSPECIAL An Original Florida Home Lovely retirement home beautifully land;

2. Two bedroom home with 170 feet of waterfront. Natural tt tUo) \Vell Kept and Spacious scaped. Close to town. Nice "neighbors.
coral' rod short line. Deep water for mooring. Beautiful view
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of Ihe water' where Ihe St. Luilc Is wide Owner transferred Nice fittest Cottafe
Priced at $29,500. I
I Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. Charming prc-ovvncd 1 home) on the v>atcr,'
3. Large building lot, 120' x 425' on Indian River Drive. THIS WEEK I Well landscaped With downtown. Fruit trees, beautiful view of'

high!| elevation, beautiful \kw. $12,000. I Large Lawns and Many water from porch. Must he seen to he'pr.1

4. 2 high cool building lots In South Jensen. Nice trees, withIn WAIIRf'RONT IIOJIE-: bedroom Florida room I, emliwedunite Beautiful Trees and Plants predated $$32,5X() )
walking dktance of store $2,200 and $2,300. ( beautiful. view of the river Furniture Included In
low price of $13,500. Term. ,
Priced To Sell
5. St. Lucle Riverfront home, 2 bedrooms, 2Vi baths living $29,950.00
room. Florida room, large kitchen, garage $39,500. LOW DOWN PAYMENT: newly painted Inside and out, 3 See lour Phone
Agent or
bedroom, tile bath, built In oven and range, partly furnished. Ralph Hartman Jr. *
6. St. Luck Riverfront lot on Sewall't Point, 13000. $11,900. AT 7-2607 AT 73232ACREAGE
It lien)
1. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath CBS home. Compute basement, St. HIGH ON A IIIIL I view of the river from every room In h
Lucie Riverfront. $27,500. the home" Ibis bfaiillf.il ;3 bedroom has two Ills both with I Real Estate and Insurance
colored fixtures, more than ample cabinet and work In the
8. Large waterfront Estate |flame, selling for a fraction pf Its pace i. 110 Fait OweoU SI, Phone A r 74600 ;
"kitchen' built In oven and range and refrigerator, unusually large
Classical charm gracious living -
relll1lllrtIJ. country
Write far brochure. living room, dining area, white terro floors II large basement., PO. Box 896, Stuart, Ha. :
All copper plumbing throughout. Attractive terms to rikht party 1 t II ,.nl.
9. A most beautiful, secluded hideaway home) 2 bedrooms, $$24,500. i I
2 baths. almost new. One acre on deep water. Perfect guest II I
house $35,000. bedrooms 3 tile bittlw, kill hen with dishwasher, stove and re-
frlcruliir.| 'I lie noon over concrete, large, beautiful landscaptd BUY A HIGH DRY
lot This 'h an unusually beautiful home must be seen to be appreciated ,
LOCKHART{ REALTY 3500000. Terms.

$EWAU.S :r JNT' [ .T ..771I' FOR round RIND bll: IH.I 3 Bedroom furnished home, $85.00 per month, year $300 RESIDENTIAL LOT

1-8" I: 3 BEDROOM: TWO BA III furnished. home, view uf the river,' I I
I unusually (large landscaped lit $14000 or make offer r'I :

I I 1,900 acres, fronting' one mile on Ciinul mill one mile on Morals$500

Ii road, whkh will/ be hard nurtured lht )eur Meal for Investment Little As

C. B. ARBOGAST i W. J. WEISS, Realtor l Stuart. or development/ located only 10/ mile from Uttiltl and Live TOTAL PRICE; e

252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7.0440 IIIlROI! < l SVNDSPRIT PARK IRrh BoAr AUMIIINW :

Drive over to see our NEW MODEL I Phone 717.0711 REALTOR P.O. Box 716 : SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR

1 You'll Be Glad You Did Invest Stuart, "111. .
HOMES in North River ShoresON I 1,ID Hunt 620 COUWADO AVENUE: SIUARF, PHONE AT 7-0964
(Neil to lie Prescription Shop) .:

TilE WATERFRONT I Beautiful, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Now In These Investment Gems I It (lsa)
Home on 100x200 Lot, complete with Alr-Conditioning Heat,
Dlsh.wEher, Closed Garage!: & Screened Porch. Nicely bindscpped

$23,200, U.S.No.1 1 R. V. JohnsonREALTOR REAL ESTATE

IN IDYFLY SETTING 1 Spacious, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Beautiful Bedroom C.B.S.-$7,900.00() ,
Garage Dining Terrace, Screened Porch, Sunken Living Room 100' or 400' with depth of 600' -OOM In to city Until' Only
Alr-Conditioning &; Heat; Also Waterfront 2,530 a9 ft. $50.00 per front foot Compare with $75 per front fool. Good Terms.
Under roof $26,900.ATTRACTIVE 9Q'x300' deep Inside city Until For quick tale, "ask u. r
Compare with $175 per fool.Hutchinson. FIRST FEDERAL BLDG, 6) $8,600.XSOO(} down-2 Bedroom C.B.S

: IN EVERY RESPfCT I. 3-Bedroom, Two AT 7-3366 Extra Large Utility Paved Street.
Bill Carport, Screened Porch, 1,667 cq ft. under roof I Island

Waterfront Conditioning" & Heat "Price $24,900. New 2 bedroom 2 hath split level, land Efficiency Duplex overlooking water -

lOO'xSOO' Ocean to river $ISO per front foot. scaped home on the broad St, Lucie River $10,000.00.() ) ) Terms.I
500'xl,500'' Ocean to river- $175 per front foot
r HOMES Priced) to sell, $25,000.00.WATERFRONT, ) .
700'xl,600'' Ocean to river Between bridge with 1,600' of Riverfront I Home' in Stuart 2 Bedroom
! bay frontage Only $265 per front loot.IOO'.6O' LOTS C.B.S. $11,99.00.WATERFRONT() .
between bridge! Adjoin Port St. Lucle Country I
I Three Bedroom, CBS Home with 15x21 ft. Living Room Club Beach Facilities! Offered nqw al low price of $Z5S per Dyer 'J60 pjipicc; lots to choose from. Excellent .
I 3jr 15.15| ft. Dining Area Beautiful kitchen with view of the front foot. Jo tjons. Prices from $3,490.00 to LOCATION?
r>lm Two Baths Screened porch Two-car Carport -
I Priced below the market al $22,500. Waterfront Residential Lots $7,690.00 pnd up. Reasonable terms. From $$2,500.00 $6,500.00( ) ()()

o;1 EXCELLENT RETIREMENT Two Bedroom with nice COMMERCIALLot Special 100 foot on Intracoastal

'r :I Florid: Room Hurricane Awning Lot 60 x 10 CBS See our bent buys Including exclusive fort Sewal| area close to Across from Kindred's 300( foot deep $4,5XX, ()() ()()
St. Luck Inlet llffxHO' on protected bay $9,200 120'
,, construction Total $9,000. t400 30 elevation $12,500. Close to water, I lU'iUS' $10,000.00. Good Terms
RIO SPECIAL frame Two Bedroom, Lot (04U2Pwtty $2400 Terms tf desired. ACREAGE

Famished- porch full wWlh of Muse- price $6,150- LLS. NO. I FRONTAGECity
Fixei only $8.48 per year. Orange Groves Citrus Land 2 acres on the river lots of citrus -
Limits of Stuart, Close-in east of Stuart
BUSINESS Valencia orange 10 yean old Heavy producer $4,700 $100.00 Per Front Foot
FLOWER LAND Twenty acres, wed drained land good per acre. R.R. grapefruit with $50,000 crop $4,100 per acre.tO500 10 acres Close in $5,000.00)
.,q wofcily. clevtd ccctwibl by road electric: power acre available Citrus land $120 per arcs and up ACREAGE .,- -
uailabk MiliabU for flower located half mlle north of from 40 19 30,000 acre*.
:Snake ROM Aikng $Iooo per acre Blake reawmaWe 4,478 acres of prime citrus land available
hrffer EiclusJve with ... Reasonably Priced. Long TermsIF TAYLORASHLEYREAL


R. V. Whitehead

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tt THE STUART (FU.) NEWS ship will be at 6 p.m. Sunday. The Charles Beyen is the caterer.
Thw,day. Marcy 19, 1964 PLEASE GIVE group is planning a program" forEMter The Women's Association will 1 II
NEWS DETAILS morning in church school.I have an Easter Retreat Tuesday, I

Shoe production in (he United EASTER RITESIn There will be no Women's Fellowship March 24. A fellowship hour and I I
meeting on Wednesday dessert will precede the retreat
States in normal yean runs to ap order to help The Stu. March 25. at 1:30: p.m. All women of the Broward I I

proximately three pain for each art News compile a complete Th Prayer Group will meet at church are invited and encouraged I
man, woman and child., round-up of church services the home of Mrs. Mead Friday 10 participate in this Holy Week I
A QBaptist between Maundy Thursday morning at 10. hour of inspiration and mcdita-
I and Easter Sunday both in- The church tion DRUG 'STORES I
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE IM elusive, all churches in Mar choir will rehearsejn
---- tin County invited Friday evening al 7.
I I Group for everyone. The morning wor- submit a special schedule
I ship is at I II. Training Union be- covering this period only, ST. JOSEPH: CATHOLIC
Waterfront Youth Night Set gins at 6:30: p.m. The ordinance' I to our Church Editor before Sunday Masses 7, 9 and II Wdnesday, March 18: Revival
of baptism will be held during noon on Monday, March 23. a.m.; weekday Masses, 6:30: and services will be held at the First 47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737
"('.want Dsw n for Christ" i is the the evening worship service a t 8:30: a.m. 6p.m. Methodist Church each evening
; Wednesday Mass,
Bargains theme chosen lor the annual Youth 7:45.: A nursery is provided for IJ'.IIi! t-, through Friday. Services will begin Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co.

Night meeting. of the Indian Rivet infants during all of the services. OSCEOLA STREET Confessions Saturday and at 7:45: p.m. Everyone is wel OPEN MON. TIIRl 'iA I. -- 7:30: \.M.: TIL 9 P.M.
Association, beginning come. Come and bring a friend.
120 ft 800 fl. ImiiiM Baptist METHODIST S.M. Thursday before the 8 AM.-12:30 P.M. 6 P.M.-9 P.M.
s on March 21. first t Friday The\ commission missions will OPEN SUND \Y -
at 5 p.m CM Saturday. FIRST BAP1IST on
River Studio type home and i The meeting Mill I he held in the Smart Sunday school is held each Sun of the month. 4:30-5:30: : p.m. and meet at the church at 10 a.m.
1 room efficiency apt plus tool I First Baptist Church of Vero' day morning beginning at 9:45: :30-8:30: : p.m. Friday, March 20: Women'sprarer
abed. an for 'Ira' limn IIInd aln, Bach and will feature conferences, Wednesday evening at 6:30: and is under the direction of Rev. Stations of the Cross will be held meeting at 10 a.m. The I -
li. worth. Only 9600.( music supper and recreation anda there will be a Training Union Charles Bennett associate pastor. Friday at 2:30: p.m. )junior choir will rehearse at 3:30: REf'll' AN'iBROYI
speaker Executive Committee at the Rev. Durward H. Knight Jr., The Forty Hours Devotion will p.m. ARO' CAPI

The general plans for the pro. church. The midweek worship servIce ,pastor, will speak on the subject, begin with the 8:30: Mass on Thurs- Sunday, March 22: Worship > '
3 bedroom RESCRiPT'ONa
Reduced Marry
will follow 7:30 in the
at :
'The Meaning of Palm Sunday"at day services will be held
have been made under the morning. The Exposition Mass at 8:45: and IE
front Reduced Plus gnu* direction gram of Ted Henderson Curd church sanctuary. The youth and the I 11 I a.m. worship service this on Thursday and Saturday will at- 11 a.m., with the pastor t Rev. Walter REF'IILA fl\\.ED\\ \ \
home and 2 car cmce Reams. Mrs. Thomas Ellis and chancel choirs will rehearse at Sunday morning. so be at 8:30.: The evening devotions D. Jessup, delivering the mar ''G'MA\.l.Y' \
Swimming pool Main !how. Mrs. Stanley Uu s. 8:15.: Pastor's office hours are each will be held on Thursday sage. Church school will begin at = \ where On
ban Alladin oil floor furnace is the Saturday night is Baptist Youth Wednesday afternoon from 2 to Friday and Saturday at 7:30: p.m. *0 a.m. Junior and senior MYF 5 reO'ard\ess !d a prescription
plus wood burning fireplace The featured speaker, of the Night for the Indian River Asso- 4. The pastor may be seen at other The Blessed Sacrament will be ex- will begin at 6:30: p.m. _- time I yOU nit: nroWard' higher
2 too Air Temp air cnndittonrr. Rev A. Street K. Pagan pastor Church of ciation. The conferences and con times by appointment.The posed on the altar during these Monday, March 23: Men's The fined next red you n't'bu. ) III
220 ft. on Indian Rhrr i 1025ft Orlando.Delaney Fagan Baptist has held pastorates I.I.i secration service will be held at Hour of Power" will be three days. .' prayer group will meet at 7 a.m.Tuesday aavlnRS or rte service'0 a
hi Lora of tropical i Florida and Alabama. He the First Baptist Church, Vero held each Wednesday night, beginning Public school students who wish March 24: Dorcas Cir: :.-: quaUt MORU
depth. I, 'in Theological Beach, with Rev. Rudy Fagan at 7:45: and is under the .j enter' Central Catholic High cle will meet at 8 p.m. WRY PAY _.fI-.1
trees and plants as well as aa is a graduate of Southwestern
51 .:
Seminary and is bringing! the inspirational message. direction of Rev. Bennett. School Fort Pierce in Scptem-
sorted frail tree*. Reduced I Baptist the State Cars will\ leave the church at 330.: We will join in a sunrise servo her should fill out an application ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL == \ ..
$10,000 to only S29.5M.FURNISHED presently !serving on For those who have to go later ice at the Sandsprit Park on Eas- at the rectory. Entrance examinations ==-"I
Board of Missions" for the Florida Thursday, March 19: 9 a.m.,
: there will bo several cars leavingat ter Sunday. The service will beginat will be given i Saturday
Baptist Convention. Holy Eucharist; 9:30: a.m., healing
630. This meeting is from 4:40: 6 March
) : DUPLEX : a.m. 21 at 9 a.m. at Central
service 6:30: Men's Club.
lot One Me bait. air All young people and their until 9:00.: The Missionary Society will Catholic High School, 900 Orange ; p.m.
Large Friday, March 20: 3 Girls'
adult leadership are invited to at. p.m.
Sunday evening following the hold a bake sale in front of Kin.dred' Avenue Furl Pierce.
conditioner Well krpt tend. Ten conferences have been Friendly Society.
service an "AppreciationHour" ,
worship on Saturday, April 4.
Only $10,000. planned for the young people to will be held in the church SALERNO SOUTHERN Saturday, March 21: 10 a.m.. 9

choose from and one has been basement for Chaplain and Mrs. nODE SOUND SOUTHERN ME'IIIODIST junior choir. r 1
188 ft. on St. Luck River planned for the adult leadership. John N. Hudson who will be leaving METHODIST (Com. Bldg.) Sunday, March 22, Palm Sun
A concert of sacred music will day: 7:30: a.m.. Holy Eucharist
Priced to ten at $5,300. RIO BAP1IST Monday.morning Chaplain Hudson Young people of the church extend tie held ut the Salerno Southern and Blessing of the Palms; 9:15:
Sunday invitation the Methodist this Eucharist and Sun ,
an to attend Thursday night at a.m., Family
SPECIAL Virginia owner The monthly business meeting will speak on "The" Certainty Youth Concert Program which r:30.: The concert is under the i day school; 11 a.m., Holy Eucharist -
of Life After Death, and at the
must sacrifice waterfront home. of Rio Baptist Church will be held will be held in the Port Salerno direction of Mrs. Keith Brown I and sermon. Palms will be distributed I Nr
service he will
Kednesday at 7:45: p.m. 'Church evening worship Southern Methodist Church and is of each service.
n composed
Modem CBS 3 bedrooms 0 young people
"Where Are the Dead?
2 baths 1.500 ft choir practice, 8:30: p.m. speak on Thursday night at 7:30.: This is a of the Salerno area. I Monday before Easter, March
sq living The Girl Auxiliaries and Sun
The Associational Youth Night >>
blend of young Christian voices Rev. Durward H. Knight Jr., 23: 9 a.m.. Holy Eucharist.
span plus a full bmenl-.tea; meeting will b held Saturday at beams will meet Monday after. from the Southern Methodist and pastor, will speak on the subject, Tuesday before Easter, March
wall-20 ft. boat dock Fining 5 p.m. at the First Baptist Churchin noon at 3:30.: Baptist churches in Port Salerno The Meaning of Palm Sunday"at 24: 9 a.m.. Holy Eucharist. c *3 r' s' s
afternoon at
pier. 7 foot channel Vero Beach. On Tuesday : and from this chapel. the 9:30: worship service this Wednesday before Easter,
Extra: Ugh elevation. View of Sunday school begins at 9:45: the cherub and carol choirs will We have a Bible study class for Sunday morning. March 25: 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist Afcfia*
St. Luck River b tqxctacular. a.m. with a class of Bible study meet at the church for rehearsal. every age every Sunday night All Epworlh Leagues will beheld ; 7:30: p.m., senior choir

Was listed with us at $27,500, .'Ie 1II'1I'rll.'U.: !' "'- 1 ----- starting at 630.: at the church this Sunday COLORFUL FILLED
which "a* below cost. Now we TRAILERS SERVICES 168 This Sunday night the pastor, evening beginning at 6:30.: Thereis FIRST CHURCH OK CHRIST

arc asked to get an offer of -.-.&_-- Rev. Charles O. Bennett will t I I a league for each age group, SCIENTIST PLUSH
2200000. Look soon It WII$ .. bring a prophetic message from including adults. The senior Ep- East Ocean Blvd., Stuart EASTER
the Book of Zachuriah. Russell worth League is planning a Youth service at 11.
will be DIO 1II1oHOYT Sunday morning
CABANASCARPORTES Finch service is in charge of the long 2629.Revival to be held nightly March 22 Lesson-sermon: "Matter. subject: March EASTER BASKETS

Prayer service is held each Wednesday school 11
C. Sunday a.m. Nursery
AWNINGSFree CONGREGATIONALUnited! / night at 7:15.: We will con- beribboned
provided. TOYS Cellophane wrapped, -
( Church of Christ) tin i u e our Teacher's Training Wednesday Testimonial meeting, and filled with
MURPHYREALTOR Estimates The Bible Union Church East Course at this time and all teachers 8 p.m. candles, novelties & toys.
SEE OUR MODEL ON DISPLAY Ninth Street Palm City, holds are urged to attend. Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave. Sitting or Stand I ng.
church school at 9:45: a.m. Judson A silver tea will be sponsoredby nue: Monday through Friday 10
Cunningham Engineering Minear is superintendent. Morn the missionary societies of the a.m., 4 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m.,,
SOUTH AlA ing worship is at I II I o'clock. The church and will he held at the 12:30: p.m.Christian. 98' ,. 98C upPOLYUISOL

It Jensen BeachAT 287-1361 sermon by the pastor, Rev. Law front church 2 to on 4 Tuesday. March 24 I Science radio program,
will p.m.A "The Bible You"
rie J. Sharp be "How Great Speaks to may
7.3340a One !Mile North of Bridge on U.S. No.. t Is Jesus?" sunrise service: will be held | be heard over' WSTU, Stuart,
-19 (mot ..It (ties the Park Easter
Junior and Junior High Fellow. Sundsprit on 1450 ke, at : .m. Mondays. ''he Biggest
Sunday morning. An invitation is Marc \ Win
h.m -- Topic for 23: "Dare To KIDS'
1. I extended to all.RFntEMFK. Be Moral. E
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: I

\ Do You Know That Wednesday evening Lenten INDIAN RIVER UNITARIANFELLOWSHIP btorea: FREE entry the b1an nl Store.heaabtnte Eicl1 artd to =

\ service will be at 7:30: at Redeemcr Services every Sunday at Fort ; Busta and 13t oward Drug: _i

Lutheran Church, East Ocean Pierce Beach Community Center iiiI_ your nel hbOrhood m ave a winner. .......----
W : ""'
Boulevard with Pastor Schoech of I 742 Seaway Drive, Fort Pierce. E eVl'rJ store _;: __. iP"mow
West Palm Beach preaching on the I On March 22 services will be
THE 1964 MERCURY topic "Am I Merciful?" held at 11 a.m. instead of in the
I' Wednesday is church clean-up evening, as Dr. William J. Arms 2.15
day with men and women help will be conducting services at the

ing from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to give Fort Myers Fellowship on Sun nn rrpm.. andCOBICIDIf ...........
5 Is The Finest Medium Priced American Motorcar? the church a thorough spring clean' day evening. Dr. Arms' sermon
t Handling up, bringing their own lunch topic will be "Lives That Count"
buckets, rags, etc.' followed by coffee and discussionJEHOVAH'S I 8 gc
Friday evening the Sunday school !
staff has a meeting at 8 o'clock WITNESSES: 20 CC-NASAL SPRAY ,.. ...........
and on Saturday morning the Jun.< Kingdom Hall Brltt Road

for confirmation class continues Thursday, 8 Bible COLD
its studies. p.m. study 4-WAY
services with aid of publication "Babylonthe TABLETSREQ 6 ge

Worship are held every Great Has Fallen! God's King REGULAR B8c SIZE SO*. ... . .. .
Sunday morning at 10:30: with dom Rules!

Bihle class and Sunday school pre. Saturday, 8 p.m., discourse by 1,1'
ceding at 9:15: a.m.
visiting Circuit Supervisor F. DR1STANHYADEG
Every Sunday morning at 9:30: Barnes. 5-OZ, 8 ge

the Lutheran Church TV program Sunday, 6 p.m., public discourseby MEDICATED ROOM VAPORIZER ....
"This Is the Life"
wf ,, can be seen on F. Barnes. Theme: "Benefiting
Channel 5. WP IV. The theme this "
Eternally from God's Own Book.
week i Is "Can
a Space Scientist Be 7:15: p.m.; Bible study with aid of
a Humble Christian?" This is the Feb. 1 Watchtower 8:15: .4.49
question posed in this week's episode encouragement and counsel to congregation IOC's REG. 7.79 .......... .......
H t U and ,the entitled Christian"The Scientific"Mind by F. Barnes.

The "Lutheran Religion. Monday 7:30: p.m., Bible study:

; be heard every Radio Sunday Hour"can eve. "Ancient at Babylon Kingdom Arises.H.IIIr" Assemble BAN DEODORANTC
yB sing at 7:35: over WSTU. Dr. Os- ticipation in field ministry: Wednesday .
6s wald Hoffman will comment that Thursday, and Saturday,,
"Though men are but strangersand 8:30: a.m.; and Sunday, 9 a.m.
all sojourners on this earth per. SUAVE HAIR SPRAY
manence is still to be found by 67e

the grace of God in three qualities ALL TYPES- REG. POe .... ... ....
of life described in I Corinthians .
13-Faith, Hope, and Char
ity or Love. Dr. Hoffman COLGATE TOOTHPASTE =

spoke at Winter Haven last Sun 4s 59
., \ .'.'" ;''M"! .;t!;,. day at a regional Lutheran Hour RFC. Etc FAMILY SIZE ...........
;i rally which was attended by Pastor .
... .
Schroeder and a number of our A V-IrI1.Y"---
congregation members. I r.---------
t GET THE FACTS FIRST HAND, TAKE A DEMONSTRATION RIDE Thirty-three people have signed =

t. In (be 1964 Mercury liiic-up' you can tailor a car to suit your la pie and budget Thb. big, safe, beautiful motorcar .in. the one for up to RI> to the Passion Play at
Lake Wales .
on Sunday, April 5
(those who do not want Continental. I
compact or a More
are Leave church I' 1 all 1
at I p.m.Easter .
" BREEZEWAY or MAURADER STYLING sunri services will be a

SEDANS, HARDTOPS CONVERTIBLES STATION WAGONS held at 6 a.m. on the church lawn = 1 OO's Reg. 59 "'3 $ .-
This i ii a most impressive worship' a !
HORSEPOWER FROM 250 TO 425 service in a beautiful setting. During ?* _. -
Holy Week there will be servo "I HAVENT A '
i 'A
SINGLE or DUAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS ices on Thursday evening with I 1 AIoIY C I m

communion; Friday noon; Friday JEALOUS BONE ,...- II .
3-SPEED AUTOMATIC OR 4-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION evening Tenncbrae service at 7:30.: -
I Easier festival !service at the usual \\0 mt
I Don't tiny Anything Until You See and Drive 10:30: a.m. hour. IN MY BODY!" 4 .,

I Pastor's Adult Bible class is

THE MERCURY held at 7:30: every Tuesday.Our The greta.ejed monster will I ( I s I Iy
church is day
open every
never bother HUB fait maid.
for meditation and prayer and the
rose display garden is open to the Sensible gal khe Is, too. Carrie
I JOAN and RALPH BATES public all the necessary Insurance cor-

gg g ff UBf mifumifi mmtfmM
she needs hi
FIRST erage one-package
PRESBYTERIANPine .! home-owners ,JOSEPlI St.Jos.ph Aspirin For Children was tort
Lake Drive policy tj 4 o/1er/ lhb proUcOonl, Hu the douse
MERKLE INC. Sunday March 22: 9 a.m., worship M PjAj doctor.lavor..rpunonngs8rvorandCNIsn
MOTORS service: 10 a.m., church Mh jj er.amyt.xtur.ehlldr.lv *t9,

school II a.m.(classes worship. for all service.ages);After and R. JOHNSON prefers Fast, gentle relief At *
the I 11 I I moat mother
a.m. service: there is a coffee soaawaa
,..f' Your Li"co/.AI er.ctlry.Comet. Dealer/ hour and fellowship. Come and AGENCY a
join us. There are nurseries. at both .
4 COMPLETE SALES & SERVICE services for parents who wish to Realtor and Insurance: *

bring their young children. AT I ns.rv.thii right to limit quantitiat. Add tax
305 N. Colorado Avenue Stuart Florida 7-3366
The Men Club will have a where appBuUe. Sale Days Through Sund.y.
ladies' night chicken dinner on FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING
: Monday March 23 at 6:30: p.m. .