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 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Audit Bureau of Circulations The Stuart News Gives You

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Guarantees;;;; Your Ad Coverage Of Martin County Communities


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Easter Sunrise

RamblingReporter Engineers See Scant Hope

Scheduled Good Friday Rituals

; For Fast Erosion SolutionReport


On recommendation by County roo Holy Week I
Engineer Fred Bell, the County t, 01." ,

Board agreed of to change Commissioners the name Tuesday of Tick I ... ".. REGISTERK& Services Set DelayedOn 125 Attended Meet

Ridge Road west of Jensen Beach : --= '" ,1'l r. Qf'
Savanna Road, North. The { '. RYISQR .+
p Making City I
action came just after the board t.: '.: R ,

agreed for t"enty-five to accept feet warranty of additional deeds ''U'Ii ':- .; LT N TRt AtION In County Of Jensen Beach On Jupiter Island .

riaht-of way along the road. (Coninuinitv .loot" I Frid,,)'
< Ices and Faster Sunrise 'I I he report of the tact-finding
BK GOOD SCOUTTO ? will highlight'! Mil.tin County's \ e considering, the nossi. lire Old Man ot (ho Sea will have at least another four years to
THE SCOUTSIf z servant! of f the close of incorporation of Jensen' Beach I erode the coastline on Jupiter and Hutchinson Island
t I Week been completed, it wa an ITiis came through ervslil clear at a meeting of the Army Corpsof I
have old Boy Scout uniforms _____
you ____
tents, knives, axes, shovels In Stuart the Community ( Monday evening i h) tnlllnecrilnd: persons" interested In erosion on Jupiter Island Tuesday !
or any kind of an item usable r Friday Services. sponsored by lorsberg president of f Jen lit the parish house on the i island."
; tin County Ministerial \ ,, Beach Area Chamber of torn- '- Four Is the normal I
by the Boy Scouts tucked awayin ., years span
will he held at the First who appointed the com I from the of
your attic, please don't keep required beginning a
them there The boys need the dist Church on Suite Rood County Balks at federally-sponsored program until
equipment badly Call Mrs Carol from noon to 1 p.mSeven ; ; :ofRthe: the annual general the final allocation of fund for
Schwarz at 287.209 evenings or ministers will conduit t chamber' Forsbcrg the project is mule by Congress,
Mrs Robert Kuhn at 287-2242 three.hour program, based on Ihut he felt the report should Paying TraversAn some US attccndmg the meeting

during the day. Just t leave the message r 4, rsR" Seven past I \Vordi" fuilher, studied belore being were told.
with anyone who answers and 'k' Rev Walter I U. Jessiip. the Subsequently considera Attorney FeeThe Add to this the time requiredfor
was tabled until the nc\t meet
will be with pastor will giu the Lull to the
your gear picked up, of the board of directors be remedial measures and it
thanks, by a scout ship and the invocation t rom could be six yean, or longer, before .
+ tt to ILu5: :( p.m, on Monday April county does not want to any relief from sea erosion
I' Y a Rev lewis i Slim.il. TFlp : lection of officers and dircc- pay George Travis, former local can be accomplished
JACK ttimi: CAUGHTA t Farms I. will followed Fleeted were: Rich Cocoa $500)
Churn attorney now in a
TAGGED BLUfcHMI 1 t. Campbell, president; I'd It was also rested by the Corps
duct a service on flu. Word f fee for serving as appointed legal
Jack White of Johns Funeral Intercession Irons 1.U5:! to : !; 1 vice president; Rick public defender for Willie Porter representatives that any project
Home is the moot recent anglerto ) Rev Henry Tatum P /ilin secretary, Don Palmer, Negro machete wielder who was of the federal government must
be based' hencfit ratio..
on a cosl-
\ ; Boh Weinberger, Don
Church, "I he convicted of \ .
report capture of a tagged blue. Baptist on murder
Fred ID short, the benefits derived from
I:seott ami Frank
One of three he caught from the Pardon" from I 1230: to 12: ''; The county has a claim: of tcv
Indian River bridge Friday had a k a .r r. 's Rev. A, Sydney l-owne, ''hcrll. one-year directors: Har end thousand dollar against the any project) must outweigh the
I cost 1 of the
cute, Martin Wuhl and Charles
neoprene banding device on it, STUART JA\CFEV Get Out The Vote Committee is helping Martin Countians to register by draw- pastor of First I> \ Hideaway Isles Corporation, of f I
and :
two-yeur directors: C what during the
which he has mailed back to the Ing attention to the location of the office of the Supervisor of Registration in the courthouse annex. Church on 1 he Word of 1 Standish, MeComh which 1 ravers is an official! for happens
J. four
George Intervening five sin ?
of the U. S. Care from 1253: t<, I II5:I : or yean
tagging headquarters road and
construction which
Rea Edenfield is putting up the sign while Dick Granfield steadies the ladder. Qualified residents ", Baker, Philip M Biker
Malcolm A. Harris of The was told an effort
Fish and Wildlife Service at Highlands pastor has been group
N, J. muy register Mondays through Fridays from 9 a,m. to noon and from 2 to S p.m On Friday, April Presbyterian)! Church on John Hardy, three-year} di not paid could he made to have funds allocated
3, the supervisor's office will also be open from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m", and on Saturday April 4, the last Word of l.onchnellll." from I: < .. County Attorney Dean Toe>kc: by the Office of Emergency
for for the the office will be from 2 5 Wedncsda/. April 22 won; Act told the board that no suit had
day registration May primary open to p m to I :41)); Rev. Lawru. Sharp been Instituted Planning through a request from
PAPER: STIMULATED the date for the installation >ct against thcorporation .
Union Church the State! of Florida, but sm advised
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PIONEER:\ MFMOR1KS: The time will and'" we must pay the
"' und place
not to pin the topes of a
1 1 he Word of Hum in Need it
FOR MRS TOMLL SON New Route to Be 22 Instead of/ 32 Miles 1 1:45: to 2:(01) ; Rev Jessup on announced later. bill lentil H -'s.ld that fur there avoidance.were nl) solution to their erosion' problems"

The Stuart News' fiftieth ,onmAWsary Word of Victory," from 2: grounds on these funds>, graiiitid they could
edition renulteil ta a newsy 2:30: and Rev 'Francis I> ,, U Millc/t. "Why not file'yhc be obtanedFaiia0.fimea
letter to Mrs Edna Coutant of the new pastor of Hale Sound Ocean,Boulevard twit tKnHit bounty; .:fhlCotpol'AtiOll 1 1dcflnhely Major GIIl'!' .'
i Stuart from Mrs. Jabez H. (Ada- State Approves Paving of'# bylcrian Church. on "The r w**. not rndlvlllunllY I Harmon, district dlrettof of' the
line) Tomlinson of 305 Charles of Commitment from 2.35: but also Corps'" Jacksonville office, E. W.
Street Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs Be Paved with Waiter Trovers, Mrs. Walter Eden, chief o/ planning and reports

,Tomlinson sent a clipping: telling pmAt Jensen Beach: i United Travers and George 1 ravers. Idon't branch, and Thomas Bran-
of their fiftieth wedding anniversary Short-cut to Jet FactoryThe Friday Service will .be. held' Current Year t want to so* the county stuck" nen, chief of the Bureau of fro-
party there recently. She came Jensen Beach Community any more than WO' already are. lion Reports Section, did not hold

to Stuart when she was eleven on the theme, "The Words Other commissioners: / agreed sod out much hope for any kind of
old in 1903 to live with her e Slate Road Department hm, looker was Instructed to withhold quick federal aid or a solutionFrom
years State Road Department I I had ordered Rader& Associates! of Monnhan did not say if Alla Continued 2-A to AlA
( on Page! ) get on Hutchinson\
and made Stuart her home payment and to report at the the Corps, since the Corps
j parents Monday approved all Martin County I I Miami to begin a survey and con- pattah Road will be constructedwith in St. Lucia County under'
until 1910. She and her husband next meeting on ways/ and means Is a creature of official protocol
road selected by the struction drawings for twenty-five Martin County !secondary this I milk
projects foe'I year, Ina
their honeymoon here at the to collect the county i claim. and mutt do things "by the num-
spent in 1914. "I county for construction with sec- : miles of Allapattah Road from road funds or with state primary Board Refuses a through road between fort bers" and channels."
House "through
Stuart remember ondary road funds in 1964 Including : Western Martin County to Fort road funds Best guess is that it and Jensen Beach
well to the On the matter of solution
so everybody going Pratt & Whitney Access 1 Pierce. About twelve miles of the will be a primary road constructed Road Board Member John a quick -
post office and waiting for the" : Road. the road is in Martin County. and maintained by the state Quick DecisionOn and engineers approved Noted Landscape which the group said wasneeded
evening train to bring our mail Major Harmon told how
The SRD approved twelve projects -- project for St. Lucle County I
she wrote. A cousin sent her the one area solved a similar emergency
anniversary edition. at a meeting Tuesday at Fort Beach Offer meeting with county: officials Architect TalksRobert problem.
Lauderdale. Attending the meet- Train
& Civil Defense Will "They found thai moving/ back
for the
ingwere County Commission Chair project comes one block solved the problem,"
COURTESY: SIGNS St ucie I., Neal, landscape arch.
man Frank Wacha, Commissioners T. T. Oughtcrson, as County secondary he said.
LMPRLSSED HIM Jack Williamson! Herbert Shelter Management StaffA for the I lobe Sound funds. led of Palm Beach, president of The Corps gets its funds from
Ed Beazlcy of Fort Lauderdale Bruner, Jack Saundirson, and asked Martin County .. total of 4.!5 milts of the fond she Florida Association of landscape Congress, and unless Congress: i.of I.
wrote Stuart Chamber of Commerce Edward Miller and County Engineer Tuesday I if the board had mado I to be under contract Architects and member of a mind to appropriate
formation nuclear money
will be started :
new course! on weapons .
The the American
remaining '.3 miles Society Landscape
: "Three weeks a go my Fred Bell I" mind to accept an for a specific project t. it is usually -
Tuesday! March 31 I at 7:30: p.m. I feels and protective measures; ef'l be contracted later in the Architects, will be princl-
h Florida travels included Route 1 Biggest project approved was in lessee National Civil Defense, IIXi I()(I feet of beachfront at the among I nigcon-holrd.
at St. Joseph Academy ; .
Stuart I think roadside of I speakers at a District 10 meet- Huw be sidetracked
through your $210,000 for the construction Beach for training Civil Defense community and shelter end of Bridge Road and build frill of the Florid Federation of projects can:
signs constructed and placed & Access Road from wall there Nathaniel
Pratt Whitney shelter management staff tion; staffing, shelter operations; sea tarden Clubs was brought out by
person at the Mounts t
adjacent to the four-lanmg project i State Road 76 to the Palm Beach living in the shelter; and emergence Entailed in the offer made Request for in (Continued on Page 2-A)
Il, in Stuart must be (classified: County line, a distance of about nel.The from the shelter. the board visited the Beach Building West Palm Beach from
of the course is 9:30 a,.m. to 2:30 .m. on Tuesday .
purpose p
the best relations I Press
as public payoff ten miles. The new road will shorten Those interested in taking this two weeks ago is the closure by Box for
in 1964 in the entire U.S.A.They the distance between Stuart and to train shelter managers and staff county of two other access t March J 1.
and to develop in them the ability course may enroll by calling the fs Little League 2 Egg Hunts Are
sure rate four-start with the the Pratt & Whitney plant from Civil Defense office at 287-1652. of way to the ocean on the He will discuss city ordinances
motorist: Ihirly-two miles, via Indiantown to carry out effectively shelter operations C huirman Frank Wacha said; I Iwasnt elating to requirements for beauificalion -
the shelter at ,
or being present at bOlt will be constructed
The in- press
frN. to twenty-two miles. course provides the first at the meeting I didn't in tort Lauderdale, Miami Set for SaturdayTwo
meeting Little ball sub-
y TOWN PROVES Engineering work on the road ceive any memorandum on League park Coral Gables and other cities,
to the
OPERATING BUDGETS will begin as soon as possible after offer. All I know is what I approval of Stuart City with suggestions for beautifies-
CAN BE REDUCEDL. the fiscal year starts July 1 J. All Public Speaking I M\r COMMISSION MllT in The Stuart News lye hail Joe Crowdcr tion ordinances in local areas. Caster egg hunts, organ-
right-of-way for the road has been l By! the Candidates ON: I RUM Y, APRIL 3 une to study It." commission, voted Monday The symposium on 'LandscapeXsign bed by Jim McMahon director
,.. Miller, visiting here from obtained. I Martin County Commission helda Ld Miller: "It would take to approve construction: of "* Is open to anyone interested of f Stuart Youth Center, will keep
Cohoes N. Y. dropped by The Clarence Davidson again reminded Will Be Decided brief session from 9 to \9;40 than one afternoon to decide press Scrivcns box at the request of in the practical possibilitiesif local toddlers busy for a while

Stuart News office the other day the commissioners the lenten a.m. Tuesday, adjourned to at. Oughlerson pushed for a &! : hcautificalion I For further In- Saturday piorning i
with a copy of his town's operate Bridge draw span bids are Announcement of plans for tend the Engineer Corps hearing I decision. 'Great damage Is I he new press box will be twen- f"rmalion. call Mrs John W, HunMV i The hunt at the Youth Center,
ing budget for 1964 which was public sneaking by the candidates feet by ten feet by ten feel for all while children to five
scheduled for opening on March on Jupiter Island will hold its done by the ocean" he said landscape chairman for li up
almost (100,000) less than the ahead of the May 5 primary may I It will be built with contnbu- of starts at 10 am.Stuartlensen .
31 Bids on the new Indiantown next regular meeting at 9:30 a.m, also declared that the tract 10. Also !see story page 7C.HUM years age
19ft3 budget He wanted us to see Bridge over the St. Lucie Canal be announced in the near futureat Frida> April 3. 'I way to the water could be and at no cost: to the city Flits Lodge No.
it just to prove that "it can bedone" will be opened in April. The first I least in the Democratic ranks. because equal access would IC 1870 I is the joint sponsor! with the
if an economy-minded administration phase of Martin Grade Road is Edward T. Murray, chairmanof furnished by the 100 feet of ('OUK: City Recreation Department
takes over.Twisting, !scheduled for bid letting in May, the Democratic executive com Iwo ARK (;()J\oC: ; 10 I beach, No. 385, which pas (OURfllOUSK AWN At I p .m? a similar hunt will

and East Ocean Boulevard paying mittee, said that candidates) 0 r M\lb PARKS M.1IOOL I Jack Saundcrson: "It is ," its second reading before City Instead of "Keep Off f the I be staged at the Civic Center in
contracts will be let m July. their representatives will be invited W J Griffin, who heads Mari '; to lake a lot more study, I Monday evening, (trass," signs on the lawn at Martin 1 Little Dixie, with Club Deluxe a*
Tale Road Board member John Mon. to a meeting to discuss speaking : tin i County Parks Department and i Biven: my word to the people : the city traffic cude into I County courthouse: are reminiscent a joint sponsor with the Recreation -
ahan reported at the meeting he dates. an assistant: A J. DeLoach, will Hobe Sound that no changes with the uniform traffic code of the first American flag Deportment.
By JACK JAMES attend the State Parks School at'){I' going to be made in the by the State Legislature They show a coiled rattlesnake and There for the girl
'--THB rLmu cow BOI --', Camp O'l-eno March 30-Apnl 3. unless they are consulted" its last session. I the words "Don't t Tread on Me." and boys collecting the most cap

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It', hard to figure out a man Order More Lots Cleared u

who women will on pin his up office pictures wall' of but nude gets Hoard Defends Mrs. Illakeslee; to Offer Help

mad if someone makes a smart ; But Hold Up Lien on OneWhile ;

remark, about his wife or daugh ; I Ireminded

fellow ten..orthe who runs authorized the to county clear four engineer more was lots I I question from the(Is eight nearest or ten residence.lots away" Attempt to Registration Head Flops

)et the liquor store cited as fire and health hazards, Saunderson and Bell art to con
wanting; to hang he! county board held off until fer with an on-site inspection before All correctly filed now, he said
0''' the drunk that An ituimpt, to "retire" Mrs Zola primaries period beginning at once and Hussey that MM. are
caused his family April 3 the placing of a lien on the next board meeting. P. Blakeslee, Martin County supervisor I we, the undersigned, do re'pe only until the super I lee had been elected four years I Commissioner Fxl Miller, while

: to be In the another property. of' registration, and replaceher fully petition the County of registration to be elected ago with a heavy vole. asserting' that he had been the
hospital .or Lot clearing was ordered on Last Vfak'i Weather' with an appointee or appointees mission to take the following November general election Commissioner Herbert Bruner I victim of a registration mistake as
pet maybe the Palm I City Gardens properties ahead of the coming tion: office in January, 1964We I. said: "I don't believe it's as badas to party affiliation in 1962 mov-
who are always owned by Robert R. Crawford, rrmptur Illib Low Rainfall' fell flat at Tuesdays primaryelection ; I "I 1 Request the immediate hold the opinion that the you say. She needs additional' ed that the commission take action -

having trouble with their kids Andrew Jackson and Monte J.Pack Starch'darrh IS II :: H IJtu'h :.55.Wi Count Commission meeting. tirement of the present I and disarray In the pres- help. She n a very dedicated woman I to see that the registrar "has
when their kids have always bad and on a Isorthwood subdivision \ IIIMarch A4 ; .8ft John W Hussey, Port Sewall, a I of registration, with full pay registrar's office to be no longer i and working hard at the job. competent additional help for the
trouble finding milk in a refrigerator lot owned by Evelyn Lund- I March tl JZVlarrh : : e5 et :.an.an member of the Martin County Republican ,I with all retirement benefits I,! and do urgently request I intend to confer with Mrs. Blakcs-!I balance of her term" which expires
full: of beer.: Now take the quist.However 21 .. i'J ai .0, Committee, presented the privileges which, would accrue above action in the interest I'' lee and the other commissioners in the first week of 1965.
the board deferred March 84 .eaavaraea i her if she to out '' voters. : as to how we can get additional In addition t to supporting theregistrar
mother who gets mad as all get t.my.ntura for ......:..... following petition with thirty-nine were serve
out at Junior if he don't come until the next) meeting lien action signatures of persons "whom he elected term. I I ,,, backed up by his wife, help for her"Chairman the commissioners point.ad
straight home after school when requested by Engineer Fred BcD TIDE A'"' said were both Republicans and I "2. Appoint immediately active in local Republican cir Frank Wacha said out that it was not in their

she is never there to greet him. against a lot owned by Elks Witte, I fi.\.ClIl; A.M.Suet Voter PM. Low A.H Wax PM Democrats: I er as many qualified persons as charged that over 200() regis that the failure to file the new power to supplant her, sine only
Yes sir, I don't know about you, St Louis, Mo., in Hibiscus Park. Mar re .. sin T'e T II,SS 'II.SS t the end that the registration I be required to bring order to had not been recorded "but registrants was occasioned b Jan the governor has the power to replace
I Mar. ST 'I:2t: t:4. I::17 j'17 .:1: in in and only assistant in the office and complicated elected officials.
but I see most of my trouble "when The delay "was requested by Mar. IS .. "U S II j:IS { 14 .. of the voters of Martin chaos existing in the records a boa a corner
1 look in the mirror. Ill be in the Commissioner Jack Saunderson Mar It .. S.4. (..US' I'17 I.tl: County may be put in some kind ''the registrar These last week." Other alleged by the' fact that th* assistant It was brought out that current
Mar I* .. t:IS f S4 III t 1' had been called out of the voter lists will be available from
James church with all ( representing both
old in order preferably
said that "there of speed
Missouri this who be possible
may an .
Mar. II .. t I* 10:11: I II 4)41imIU ) I oorjaJha /
Sunday Lord willmj.) error in this case since the lot in PS. .U 11 .... *M t.t t. and accuracy before th* coming or political parties) should be Williamson county by a death in the family. the registration office on April 3,

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\ lilt_ SitxRIMFIn_ ,).M-US: Ihnrwlay. March 26.. :!1964 MORE ABOUT County Alert Warning System I

MORE ABOUT: of I he service dealing with Fhc I Scant Hope Seen j7olunteerHelpers

I Word ol Atonement," and his choir Needs More

will sing| Come In I the Saviour Action
For Fast
[ cWeek I Rev O W Slnplclon t will speak, t" Martin County Civil Defense I actions to he taken hIh,
on The Word of J Physical Sulfcrmg' I zen for their protection 111,
t Service I is a unique l
during the period horn 2In Against Erosion Alert: Warning ; believed tohr I! procedure will he I lollowul 1 I
(hut it is
Services iI 2:20,, t operation ot f'' local level in event I ol .1 i i II'
and operation
setI i the first! only ,
Rev Ijoyn Prink will assist Rev. a the nation which ism or other natural disaster u,,,
I h. a Its kind in
I I Henry Tnttim, pastor of Palm City' (Continued from Page I-AlI e i n n. d approximately \i it en I Alert warning i i is not the

I( nmimied from Page/ I 1-AI Baptist Chapel during the period I P. Reed, vice president of Ihe Hobe hours each week day and twents- I duty function of the \,,'li,,,,i I II
from to 1 rink 'ccJ.endand The also serve a norm.,i
hours dUI ]
Sound ) a
'd.f; / Company tour
Th m'n |
'k 1 < roe." I II will with i \ Triumph i V' veileintecrs The conn- service to the counts ,h\ 111\, ,
( holidays
V'i \
down with thf
have Ir
\'e sat I
I ,,Him ing the organ mceliialion and Rev. Tulum with "1 I he I I several limes, in (he lasi! i Emergency\ Operating Centerwas ,| mj the county fire reptiriut
,, Word of Reunion. A duet "A Corps I"enty-four.hour phone and now for the t I'rq' i ,
''' noon to I 12:10 pm. ohm host I We have had placed on I II?
Man of Sorrow," will he sung during : seventeen years schedule on Dec 15' 'I' cili/ens, living in the eoum ,
in"ih will conduit the service! : this : I simile's of all Kinds- by the Corp*, operation
portion of the serviceOn manned connnuoush phone number ''
dial one
!19(M. ,mil has been n?
1 i,,," I 12 \0) to I 1:20.: Rev, Newton I private engineers, the University olI that someone will ,
Faster Intol
Sunday, iiinnse service lorida. and several other since that dale 1 sure I
I ;
M, I I"M.celthe host pnslor he- will he held the agen to them without
ol hum it cicu," Weed said and held up a the counlv civil defense director gel help "' "
l' "Msted by Rev lick Fc'nan- I loilowing places; foot-high hundle of said recently I that the "I I c r I i They also operate the cnuni

'" pastor of Rio Baptist' (hureh. At Sundspnt Park at ft n,m.. hy papersIn Service is the key to receiving I service two-was radio, hiv I"" ,
Ol'nng this portion of the serve the coinhmcd Osccola Slrcet: Fort fact Reed continued we Warning earliest warning station.
'he Community Church (hoirw Salerno and Hohc Sound vnilhcrn I are ovcr-reported. We dem t need o< '' ff the ; The volunteers stand .1 i ,
,) Christ I reports. We need action. sible in event I of an enemy \
)1 I ender 0 in Still (iclhcanc. Methodist Churches tornado warning 1'0"1 mum of one four-houl dins 1 I,

': ," under (he direction ol AI Palm City I'ark hy Paint I Reed told the group Jupiter Island attack Miami or a Weal her Bvirenu, each week. The ages ol these

M" (Claire Taihl. and Mm ('aryli I City Baptist Church nt A ant I residents had :lost 1)5 feel the tinlccrt vary from sixteen i to>. i
mvder will sing Into the Woods I In the wooded area on Roebuck I i :of land to the ocean in the lust ten \ I The ( ivil Defense Emergency line I than seventy years old
Mv Maier' Went" Rev Fcrnan- In Ihe last 600 Operating ( enter hu:1: hot
Creik hchind 'J tropical Farms Bap- I yeurs sixty years reliable As in nuisl volunteer M, .
/ 'sill|| lead muliliilion on "1 I he fist Church off Suite' ROil' 7ft to KilO feet hud been lets!. which IS the nallon11101 to groups, more people are nan \ '

t\ ml of rorlivenean,1/ Rev.I I In I he rose garden of Redeemer I "I).. you rcali/c what a foot of meant of providing warning additional ten members I

,I ;>.' don "'Ilie Word of Silva- I ulhenin C Church on Past Ocean ocean front in worth? I leave it the citi/ens in event of an National enemy needed now to help operate.. I I'',
i Boulevard '110 But I attack 1 he svsiem is Center Fhow'terested
inUc your imagination point Alert Warning
\ James Higher, pastor of |I Al Jensen Beach Communily : out Ihere bus been no other island Attack Warning Alerting commonly System.or are asked to visit the ( "
Pen Si I Uicie Methodist Church1 NAWAS. is n is
C hurch
or community that has doneas il Defense Fmeigencj) Opu' n't
,il1 lead meditation on "The Wordit At First 1 Mclhodisl Church of much (fur itself aa this one has, known. i Center at 448 South llaalei I \

txivc from I 1:211: ( to I 141). durn Slimrl We now need help Give it to us In event of an enemy attack.. flue or to phone :1I7,1"1 I

:' (huh lime Ann Mellon will At first Presbyterian. Churchof i following Reed there was a long warnings are Hashed hy Civil Defense -----

im solo. From I 1:40: lo 2 Rev Stuart of county state, city, and in. Attack Warning officers, si.i' BORDFWIN POSH I n

'. .,1' M Ciunsalus, pastor of Trine Details of olher Holy Week Ili\1 witnesses who wished to honed in the North American Air '10 KEY: \\ EST:

m Methodist Church of Jensen ,services will he found on I h e read information into the Corps Defense Comhiil Operations Centers Airman Third Class John Hidcwm ,.
Ut ;h will conduct thai portion (Church Pages all the through the NAWAS to allpoints "
records- asking Corps to
--- _. I son of Mr and Mrs \m' '1
----- rccciving
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----- with haste erosion 11.1a in the nation Upon
.proceed to ease
Bordewin of 204 Jackson An ,
lo :
'I here was only one dissenting such an alert warning
Gardens, is
Coral being
tuart BOX Ol 11C E: OPI NS 6:10! I opinion in the group and that came cal Civil I Defense Alert then alert ed to Key West following 11 i ,
rive would
from Albert Falk, a resident of on from the leclv ,I'
r.a'r' a graduation "
SIIOWWIK 7:00: Jupiter Island for eighteen years each fire and police department '' training course for United StI,, .
Falk told those present the radio station WS1U 1 and local
I peo Air Force radar operators hei,
officials, The public would he I'
pie In. this area have been tampering Airman Dordcwin was trig II,II,, ,
with the forces of nature I and 1r warned hy fire and police departments -
Friday, Saturday, Sunday i know very little about it" He said, sounding the attack alert to operate| manual ground i it HI ii! ,

at a result of several experiments, 4 w warning signal on sirens, located | equipment used for aircraft Ulll

The true story of U John F. Kennedy's erosion has become worse t, at their headquarters. and vehicles j trol and warning purpose
Falk also had e The radio station would advise the The airman i is a graduate "I
incredible advoatltroiathe South ' Pacific:! to and i Martin County High School.
about Ihe Corps' important cost- 2 public on what is happening.! .. ----------

benefit ratio ,1 I
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"For over twenty years thin Is- -

hind! has had a highly restrictive I AMERICAN: LEGION OR.\'TOR 1C,U, AVARDSJack Smouse, right, representing Jensen Beach

policy toward accesses the Post No 12<>. presents a medal to Pat Britton, second from right, winner of the county and district We Will He Closed

beaches. At least y-e'fllhtl oratorical contest John Keller left representing Harold Johns Post No. 62, presents a certificate of EASTER SUNDAY, ALL DAY

twenty-nine roads have been clo"l appreciation to Mrs Betty McClure Pan coach and! speech instructor at Martin County High School.

A band I ed, along with two waterways, We extend Best Wishes this Easter
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of.men left ,'xf" "About a month ago" he continued what effect the plans? for the inlet asked Ihe Corps to include Junoin I, Wareheim Chosen I II Season to all our Friends & Patrons.PENDORA'S .

far dead In a '' they sent a representativeto would have on island erosion its study She also brought a --- -- --- -- -
..' Tallahassee to object to t the homeowner picture of her undermined home ----- --- -
f Ernest Kan/ler a Jupiter
ikmmg sea and of the old Coast Guard station I
!' use told the Corps representa; and a Jingle: I New President RESTAURANT
their on the island a* a public park. 'Beach erosion did ?
epic tives, he felt the whole erosion you say
t Two weeks ago a big strip of land I On AIA and the State Road
\ problem stemmed from changesmade Yes PORT SV1FRNO
heroism A-I-A 1
ark went to the Auduhon Society :
? as a gift does The Taxpayer Group
\ by the Corps to Ihe inlet Department not repair .. .. .
s .. bird Last
survival!' A! ax a sanctuary. does not repair They both --- -
Planning Chief Eden replied I county 1111111111111111 II I 111111111111111111,',
week the Hohe Sound! Company :MlllllllllllllllllllllMlimmilllllllllllimi
the air. Do think that l ::
that the north jetty at the inlet give one you E. C. Wareheim Scwalls Point
the M.irlm I I'
presented a plan is fair? AIA I i is in despair, and so
County Commission to give the was not a Corps project and onlya Jensen Beach banker, has been ( SEYMOUR'S INN I
county a few feet of beach front a few navigation remedies in the are tourists, there. elected president of Martin County 1

adjacent to Bridge Road for a have been directed by the II |I The 12) went dome Taxpayers Association! hy the

parking lot with limitations The I Corps He again noted the Corps] il fifteen directors of the group | Enjoy your Easter Dinner at SeY1J1our'sFeaturing |

wanted in x the is i not responsible for the jetty and George Oliver, Tropical Farms,
company : I II
::3e.: : I i II | |
-ALSO- rights-of-way to two that its effects on erosion. New Books at manager of the vast Westbury

are the last public accesses to the I Major Harmon also told Kanz- Farms cattle and citrus interests = BVKFI) MRCIMA 1IVM: \\llll FRUIT SAUCE i

JOCK MA11ONEY\ beaches on the island You talk ler remedial measures for inlet nav- II was elected vice president\ = AND =

'r of cost-henefit ratio--whose benefit I igation were under study by the ,i I Library Here __I.FII: 11, lilt III'I'LF5w: : Rxl'io'rRIF1 ; ,. i RO \S'f TURK}-'! }), nil Am TUP.,. IRI>,'IMI>CH i
I few btrt that such indifficult
Three. lay a people on Jupiter Corps a study
arzans Challenges"Easter '
. Island I don't think public tax since it is often found New books at Martin Counly i: TI.-I; flit: MI:J tilt ilu 1 i 3 PIECE ORCHFSIRV SXTURD-W NIGII'IS i

--- ---- - --, money should go to help a few. that things advantageous I to navigation Public Library include! ; WII"' 'lit IT hereby)IA \' e-OM iiKm'''I I shot USMiTiriii 1 the' = 2 BlOCkS !NORIII JENSEN BIUM: CAUSEWAY: =
,-... It should go to help the public in I are often detrimental to I "The Spy Who Came in From Tlnnrd tit /onlnv: : AIiuInN'111: :, \ f IlIIII11111111111111111111111111III111111111111111111lr
general. I don't think tax bcaehes He said this i being take Merlin (' HorlclMlll' ''n.: %1It t III 1111111 I IIIII IIIItatIIIIII III11/I! / -'---
is -
Sunday my money I I the Cold, high poltncal impact dart H ', 'III''h. ,nl 1 IIn', I h"nr' ---- -- ---- ------- --
should go to put up seawalls en Into consideration m the report I eCarrc: Diplomat Among War of Tao: PM I. nr 11. annn Hun n"r.,,i

WIN OUR BIG LIVE; 1 I'd suggest you consider this in on the inletAmong rion," Murphy: "The Fanatic" April no|" tho 11,matt"rifles 1110/: at tin l he r.II''I hrnld' InrlNiiIn ; : o i' Specializing in SEAFOOD for the
your report. those who asked t the a young American rabbi in Fur- fiiiiilhriuiio, In sttiurl

EASTER BUNNIE Unlike other speakers Falk was Corps to proceed at once to remedy -ope, levin; fool Be Still." Fan I tin ,1141)11'nntld"r) .al i'n the'?nrnrr"mn"or auulna,, "I' Scnulnl u'...auintinnt Remainder of Lent .
not applauded. I erosion problems were: Dawson nie's latest novel,"' Hurst; "Con .f the InlliiuliiR d".rrlbcdpl'op'riy

Major Harmon told fulk a public Zaug commissioner of the' vention," another, political novel : SHRIMPSCVMPt $2 25

beach as opposed to a private Town of Jupiter Island; Mack Knchcl; 'False ((,lour,," a live. tat HI foial nardraa Kuliill- : .
beach is relevant, hut the Ritchie for th Townof vislen tint I, aiic.r.lliiu. In tlinroinnlod ,
"" ''Il'VOVS property engineer ly Regency romance. Heyer: "Reu .ptel Ih..of, as In I'lnlAll PRIME 2 1.SO
I exchanges and other items "are Jupiter Island: Mrs WilhurForrI ben Reuben" a hilarious satire on Runic 3. pane. 21 ot 'ho' puhll, STEAK I'OK ,
iii tl SAT not within. 1 the Corpi1 junvliction" a Mate director of the across of 1..lln .' .nnt",
... SUN., MON. modern living, DeVnes: "The Flo, Ida.
......, Mri. Joseph Verner Reed, a Audubon Society; R. H Philhrlck, Richmond Raid" episodes of the TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT
THIS WFFK ONIY longtime/ resident of Ihe area and executive director of the Marlin I Civil War Brick; Maulcvcr Hall," In aiiotid Inlcrmlod' and h*parlli hoiirdI ..nr" Iii 110,1

LAST TIME TOfU active in the affairs of the island, County Committee of IK( ); County Fnglish romance and adventure: I l'II.d I thlM jllll nf Mn",'h,, 1"61. IIU.F MILE SOUTH OF BRIDGE I ON U.S. 1 I
reminded Falk that "our Commission Chairman Frank IInRri (iii', 7.r1NlitAnJi'PTMFNT
county Hodge; and 'All Ihe Colors of : nl"M.11iTitt 287-0589 GENE: GIRKFN SlUARfDINE
THIIOLD NEVV LOOK IN LOVI AMI SUSKNSEt I It a large county We have all kinds Wacha: Counly CommissionersJack Darkness," science fiction, 'Biggie vil'V1'y'
of professions and! businesses. Our Williamson. Jack Saundcrson Ry Fitts ChnhImnli :n .11110 \I'F.II

: a area here has been planned! as a and Edward Miller; Fred Hell .\ : :
rare ipot It has never been for Martin County engineer; Stuart / Er."ETT. P,'cr..III"y
CITY ('Ol'U.SIOSIEn! s Tub Manh 2(1(, litill
the general puhlic. But I must lay Morris of the Jupiter Inlet Colo- --. -------

we pay I II I per cent of all taxes ny; W. T Carlton of the State A special meeting of City Commission Tl,0 or.51,.' .)F: 01'IT at.ti,1Ni'FItN PI HI.1C,' : MHMIIIM.HUM : .

paid in Martin County. At one Hoard! of Conservation and representing will be held at 2 pm on i,TI1'F I In hrrcrty Klvon tint HiPlHnnlnir ,
time we paid a third. It has takenus Governor Farris Bryant; Monday, March V>, The next and\ SSonlnw. I ornnilnalon pt,,+tNTAT10. ,f,

Thursday, Friday, SaturdayCONTINUOUS a long time, hut we are truly Dr Irwin Strachley, a resident of regular meeting /is on Monday Mnrlln I n "uhll l'ntnty h'nrine Flnrido at. the will hoc eon'dal FDFxi1.AW is N Olsen f

one of the most t beautiful area Jupiter Island; John McQmgg, a April 13 at 8 pm tit nt I I :01 Wllln;;;\\Count on April;t'nurdnut.! la litat h\ A Oaf pinU Rr m aaa ..M. n 1 1, g i j jP'.etlut 1

r in Florida"The member of the hoard of directors --.1- \. Kmart, Klnrlda. In cnnulilnr I hi rro 17 ntl tl oi
St Lucie Inlet improvement of the Si ite Division of the Isaak : 1111 Ftt'rI4MHVT: : mat, "li"r of ninoiidliig. I II. .' ..nameIY t.11! wt Irons FoadsrS 1 (

now under study hy the Corpi Walton I league, and Mrs Richard wont .1 OP IMHIIC .MPtltlMi ,,'"ulll"I..w ""., n Naa !' adltl hut,
TO \\ 11.1\1 IT M\\I .: : (( ''
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also came into the hearing Major Wcbel!, a resident of Jupiter Island \OTII h l. In'r. In lane/nptlhei| th. :- rlaxKlfloallnn In ho nddi,'din py. /a,
Harmon reported the study rlllnnlnl.11<1 Xonlnff mnmlfiiilonnf Ih' PlumilMK and ZunpaInonlrlrntinno : Fora tlala / h
A BYE wan called Al\ 7aT
Up The < Tr I past due, but should be ready: in Most applause came when Mrs. duel Martin a public I'nunhv liporlnit, F'Inrtdu. at. tho will hour onn- Finvecr tarnm.. Niir.orleiiOrnnne 05. Tlaao

BABY a few weeks. He would not lay Ixnmehitfield of Juno Beach o( Tia: rl'ii"; on April' II, 1941 atih Ornvpa.AM '
Cnium. Pnnrikna.e InHlimrl
Ship .
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Horl.ln\ themetier
in enn.ldcr .
attend and ho hrnnlnHtoil '
nt monillnK lh a inningrrKiiUllonn thin 4th nf Starch. I'mMIRTIN
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SATURDAY IANGFCRD'5Special ) Fuhllo llo.rlnir nn Mnxlcr Plan ANO ZOMVllTnMMIHSIDN I I a
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ofniilnit Ihc' Iho
FROM 1:15: FRIIMY, (moth Fork nf iiion Ihc between HI. 1.tirlitKlvcp ny JDHFPII. OnF.F.XI.FF.1I I
. ('halrmonATTRPr
and i I h. |'"'lorl.la K:".t '
('"" ,.t ll.ilron.l truck. .nd .
AI stir: fm.NETT. Pc'rclory
Sunday and ,Monday rrom Ito muli' Mmlin, of lh" pub: March 2a. 1944
rlly nf ntunri in Indian Avrflid
IGGEROOfR ; nun. aiautor "hn nn tII. In of
1 ;E'STAUAANT of the l nunly .:nlll"....

/1 ,0 All Intormtril portion or* Invltio
mtcnil met IIP hcnrrtPnlc.,1 ,
ihl) ilth nr Mirch, lintCKHTIHC .
artRTIN' 'OI''TY'
coal IlI I ap INny
JO"F.PII anErxtrra: .

"'r.1WIT:' nRttRTT" Pocrelner. J -1 l _
SUNDAY, MARCH 29 2 P.M.: to 8 P.\: '. Pb: M..h 28. ItAh FAMILY i a y(

f : STH t.r rnRrOnTt: Ij i
Plmntnw + POLYNESIAN PLATTER $2.95 11 Tilt: Stwa: "f H1' THR AI'o l
r n a s IrNrn T""RITTilt.. 'r'Tt, : OF lr.

a 'leanIlnaalrria Chicken Chow Stein with fried nee, n1l1hroon1aler chest TO F'I.ilitlnt AI 1.1. TO WHOM VUFitn! TOFHKNTtl / I I: to'//,

r nuts, bean sprouts bamboo shoots Chinese noodles and 1\1'111: : HHAt.l, ('0)1&. onKtrhirian ,

appetizers, Hawaiian Spareribs and Chinese Shrimp, \\ FVAVa CHART. CTt'- ,.
CONTINUOUS FROM 1:15: SUNDAY AND MOMMY ART .'IA1I1JIt.! J. R.sNr>nW'Il, ; Complete! Dinner $ 195
Dessert and beverage 0'\11, 'IA'llIn.\. It '' "
I JItOW111': rta"ntn.t, lId
Wednesday; and Thursday nn is' ITh, day nt Jnnuarv A.n.
I HIM. ran.* to h* Inenrpnr.t'.d. on.I. .
COUAISIA PICTURES Pew a CAROl(REED mncnM l ROAST VERMONT TURKEY $3.25 < *. th. lawa of tho Ht.ti> of Klorl.ila. .
OOMX; n '. C'O\rPAsT.
LAURENCE HARVEY LEE REMICK-ALAN BATES IVP.: a rnrpnrallon I with .lin. pr'Clpnl '"- 11 i Featuring
: Dressing whipped potatoes, tiny green peas, chef Jilacc I nf hiiKlnrna., at 8TTAKT,
naiad, (choice of dressing)) dessert and beverage MARTIV <'I In it. Ptate nfKlorldn. .
1 1 and wh r aa auHl mrpnr.Minn
THE'MAN did on Ih* isth dny of Maroh. ROAST PRIME RIBS of BEEF au jus
A P. 19et, ram* to h* filed. In the
RUNNING"fI PRIME RIBS OF BEEF $4.25 orrir* nt 'h. "H<.rrlnry nf Mat. .
ot th* Ktatr of Florida. the dmirniarr "
", anitiarlrv, rniilr*>< ands ROAST LEG OF SPRING LAMB Savory
PIWSIO1f II'ral1lIIIII6COlOR' Vegetables, Chef salad, dessert and beverage P.rtl'.n mil.17 Klcrlda, Hlatui a. ,
.howln ih* dlanlutian of auoh cor"NOW" -

4 SERVING FROM REGULAR MENU "" 'lh..to.o. of
Easter Sunday flat ilnea hin hv certify t** tit.fnr'.tsine Pineapple Sauce
I and thai h. I. .all.fl-d
FROM 1:15: UNTIL 5:30: Reservations Advisable that the, r.qulr' ..miinia' with.of III* Uw

h"r 'i"\IF.P: : WHERKAP', t has.Smarms .

:. 20 (' Telephone Stuart ATlantic 7.4040< .mud 'h...t 0..1 my Peal.hand of and tha Plat have Milan
or rinrlda. at TIlnhonto. th* Capital Restaurant
GIVEN AWAY FREE II Where The Stan Meet TOM APANP ot Stal.

Marco !.. ants.


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SIT,VRT (TTorMa) NTtt fbul"llfn.Imh %t. 1 964 V \ JISt I


LEE CASON JR public schools contribute and cooperate : : | { > ,!
with districts in related
Many individuals, particularly 1 field
farlM" and ranchers know that'
Soil Conservation. Districts art At the !slate level the State Soil MONTHS TO PAY JUST SAY "CHARGEITPLEASE"SPRING
Ofjitni_ u) help them plan and Conservation Board assists i with UP TO 36 I
apply l the organi/iilion of FloridaSoil
practice: ), agricultural many individuals conservation however Conservation Districts and theircoordinated 11,1, _....... ..... .. -
don't know which agencies operations The En --i

can Well assist name them a few and agencies how. and educational tension Service programs plans and and conducts meetings CHARGEJT :DAYSBUY NO PAYMENTS GENERAL ; ELECTRICMAJOR

a few groups I that are assisting for youths and adults The !
the Martin Soil Conservation District Game and Fresh Water Commission ON TWsSK 1 FAllUUH 'STKRMS Ft
and tell you how. The Dis- provides fish. game, and management lL MAY APPLIANCE TV! --
tricts's Board of Supervisors, large- assistance The Florida I STHKKO l
ly farmers direct the district ; Forest 1 Service furnishes tree seedlings ,
and wt up the local program operations /' tchmcal help with the planning : . .NINNN11--..------....NwNNN11.11N11.BIG .
The County Board of Com- planting treatment harvesting -
rmssioncrs.. Farm and 'market of woodland I resources I
Hankers Association, Civic Clubs, I The Department t of Water I
Mimsienal Association' seed and Resources prepares water
fertilizer dealer neln sources, and prepares water studies, recommends r'1 SCREEN
water policies and legislation / I :
---'-- and defines watcr-rights.

MiRTIN"i Ml:MORI.VLHOSPITAL I Districts from the U. S. Department I SLIM STYLE
!' of Agriculture receive I
Soil Conservation Service technical -
Births-Mr. and Mrs Richard help with I the planning/, application i I LOW PRICE !
I'lleurein. March 23.hlarch :
a son I i and maintenance I of conservation
17-Admitted. Ra\n and. practices. The Agricultural :7 FULL WIDTH FREEZER
Bern. ONcil Charles. Phillip Fagan Conservation Program! cost- 7 y GENERAL
Jocose Quick Minnie Gillian
shares with farmers in the application -
and Frank Saundirs, discharged, of selected ELECTRIC
vegetative structural
Roger limmons, t1
Polly Hanger and fertility practices Farmers I
Mrs William Moore and bah> CONSOLE
Home Administration makes a
boy, \\uhnicta Hadlcy. William number of land equipment soil OUR PRICE 17495
Mitchell Henry Blake, John San- I and water conservation loans toeligible I II
son and David Chambers I
March 18/-Admitted: Cindy i I I / family farm operators I II \

Timmcrman. Dominick Fondos. -..,, II

Wannell Jeanie Hintlcy Varnadore.Bessie Anna Nelson Ma\s I High School NewsCorrespondent II I.nrgc F\lnilr SizL'-' YCt Only 24" ride i

and Eleanor Kendall: discharged, I :

boy Mrs Celia. Robert Barr Massing Carl Hokc and Charles baby I By ('IIFRl'L IIEATII'es I Full WiiHh Freezer (;nnllartncntIitl BIO 23SCREEN" Ii Ip

Gihon. Belle Gibson, and Ralph
Malmstcn. '-'f'JII *
I -)1)efro"t on\cnicncc
March 19-Admitted. Cecilia I
Clark Catherine keeling/, Helen I Seniors Visit --

Gucnthcr. Rudolph Berg Tina 111_._...__..._-.-.._..1.........H.w- 111111111111. :;: 1
Finch Arthur 1.avoic and Prances MuseumsOn :
Graham; discharged! Fmily Wile)'. : County .
Kate Palmer. Olive Wirebuck. Wan- -""
cell Varnadore, Mrs Harold Decker Monday March I< the senior l241
and baby boy Alice Arnold. ,I class was excused from school | :: >L : l11 I
Carmen I Lisk Irene Keerncr Rose for an excursion to the Elliott s s
McNeil Carroll Haire Dominick I: Museum and House ol' Refuge. | ---..-----. 6 ..... I -, pt, i
Tondo and Minnie Gillian 4
The senior excursion committee, xM Ma
March 20-Admitted, Thelma headed David Duncan, r- I
by planned
Rouley, Catherine Smith and James the day so that the seniors met 12 Cu. Ft. Combination .I
Steward, discharged, Philip Fa- MIN
at 9 a,m. to tour the museums. I
gan! Alexander Kohn Cindy Tim Stephen Schmidt, director of the : DEFROSTINGRefrigeratorFreezer M 758
merman Charles ONeill Edward
museums acted as guide, giving i
BOJl Eleanor Kendall, Rudolph an explanation of the exhibits I r, 1k (
Bcrgh Tina Finch and Hernan
the of
dez hahy boy Spending remaining part .
the day at Jensen Beach the chits:
Simmons March 21 and-Admitted.Thomas William Arnold was chaperoned by Mr. Wells, Mr 1 p+o"1 Sup.rt'"viewing pt.."rt"'l MVInit. .f Mh' g'ny

Tucker, discharged Arthur La- Clark. !Mrs Jackson and Mrs With Freezer y .r W.tnut. srtlud finltb IttMIA Iki lllm mod rHI .
Yarboro, all teachers MCHS Zero-Degree
voie. Frances Graham Grant I I' } 3 -6 -

Chamberlain. Joyce Quick and I spunl (' :MS PRFSEN1S"AROUND I

Ctrcssa March Thompson 22-Admitted, Lloyd I ) Illl. \\OKIir I OUR PRICE 23995Automatic 23" iqaanlmm,*D yflsM. Vase pld.ra

Tircnnen. Rufus Rogers Fdward I Mrs. McClure's speech class Full power tf.n Urm r, AuHmtrli/ lain, control\ $
Book Irma I Holmes and Anne Me- with the assistance of Miss Kay. I
frt..u"..I .,..kor .
bride, discharged, Thomas Arnold | English/ teacher and the art, !science tprp
Tucker, David Simmon Thtlma.RanIcy and shop departments, is rehearsing I. Defrosting l Refrigerator, .r Ceblnef'' with M.hl|.ny|r.tnad ftetth.taIsardbo.rd
and' Helen Guenther. I / now for the play. "Around I Zero Degree Freezer
March 21-Admitted. FliahcthHoiMton. | the World in Eighty Days I II ""
Fred Heck John Cur- i Scheduled to I be presented on I 28"1'idc ,
ray Violet, Nelson, Norma Havi- I' Only z
April 3 and 4 at 8 p.m. in the
land, Mrs Richard L'Hcurcux and new gymn.itonum, the play will 1
\baby I boy. John Dickinson William I have unusual and extraordinary': Magnetic Safety Door I ONLY 19995GENERAL
Hamilton Joe Billie
Mauley scenery and sound effects I IB 391
Meadows and Joe Clements, dis-
Reserved tickets, cost $1 I.W. are
hnrfed. James Steward, I r m allomies I INN..IIILN.IINNINNNN.NIN NN1N111.111 NNI NNIIINII IIrMNN1IH{ NINNINN .
f ,
on mile this week and next and
Marie i Christensen Raymond '
can be obtained from journalism
Berry Rufus Rogers, Elmer i j students. ..-Nr1.GENERAL.. .FF, FF' ._r, ,
Hill Mary Owens Orpha
Apple. Michael Bcatty and Catherine I I General admission is $1 I: stu-
dents, 7} cents.Narrated.

Mrs. Meta Roscr, Itohc' Sound, Film Aitgt,A,
will he host to her niece and nephew. 12lh.
Mr. and Mrs Eugene I-ocf-; RANGE Ilitf Capacity
tier and their children. 1 Linda and Will Highlight Automatic WASHERWith ,
Cicne. for Easier vacation The rn.r
1 J.OCffltrs are from l long Island nr ; I,
N. V.Mr. Audubon MeetingThe OUR 00 ;
and Mr. Wallace Bennett I annual meeting of Martin PRICE
South Amh\ '. N, J., are upending : r <
) County Audubon Society will ha ixnusr PRICE mw r .V
a month as house guests, of Mr held ut Stuart Youth Center 0 n 4t AS LITTLE AS $1.75 WKKKLY; ?
and Mrs Anthony oley. Hibiscus Tuesday, March 31 I atl1'.m./ '

P.lrk.Mr. Following a short business meeting .1. Pushbutton Controls 199

.. Ben L Stephens Toledo, /, Roger manager/ /Conklm of Miami public Scaquar-relations I. -_ilJ1 Big 2.," Size Oven No t'oV' e p z
Ohio i. viitinlher son and
(I lighter-in-law /Mr and Mrs him, will narrate a color" film, Drip Cooktop Rcmov Non-t1 nuliit I 'list |'lltrr-AU Ac'In as s I
"Tomorrow From the Sea s
Charles Foster and family, Madison IklrrgrnllMpenwr I {
J 299 able Chen Door liasy to e,7
invited w
Avenue, and her son, James, public is Water. Saver (onlrol -. land Jwleclor' ,
I Loop Road Palm City. NOMINATORS NIMlllI Clean Hi-Speed illrod for Small or large Loads' HMVMllm ,r
I HR LIONS:' HUB Units and Water
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Whiticn, 1on ;
Birmingham Ala, have been recent John M. AI jets, Dr R. M Kuhn Activator l/Vahlng u ,t?? lwA 430.1.I111111111111

guests of their daughter/ and and Jack Weber have been namedas ... .
son-m-law, Mr, and Mrs. Robert a nominating committee for F NIINIINNVN/11111N/M/M N/N/N/N (
West and daughter, Sharon, StI Stuart Lions Club to propose a

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THE STUART (TU) NEWS Thursday March 26, 1964 Barnett National Bank so wisely I to set these lines in advance ofdeWluprnont I '''': : -' _- ...rr". "

emphasized: "Florida produces a and not wait until ;' !- --
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greater variety of saltwater prod i politic! !' .....
social and economic pr saw'"
Tells Why
Allan D. ; :
ucts than any other state in the I I.:
nurse push us into the background
country, a prime reason why com I Imcrcial I _
\ fishermen and sportsmen I Summing up the data presented,
from all over the world converge it become apparent that continued
Conservationists Favor Wise Use on the state's 7,000 miles of seacoast excmve bulkhcadmg will not on- .> :: "
I Approximately) 17000 persons ly eliminate the scenic beauty and
are engaged I in producingwholesaling wide expanses of water that have i : .{
and disInhuting made lirevard County such an It:'
processing 1: : ,
But Not Misuse of the Resources Florida s seafood catch attractive area but it will be con-
and it is estimated that the total trary to public interest The bot.tomlands -
combined value of both commercial of the slate are public-
editors note: The "bulkhead I think it wise to emphatic at the | fish would go to all the effort of and game fish in Florida wa owned They belong to you and I i iss
and fill" I is discussed very outset that conservationists moving from the Banana River ten is probably at least 5300.000000. ,- me. They are irreplaceable and. I
below by Alan I D Cruickshank, have no objections to limited, rca- south to Sebastian Inlet or northto This makes fishing one of f should be laved. yet they are steadily
ornithologist, author and wildlife sonable bulkhead operations i in I the Haulover Canal to work Florida's largest industries" decreasing In the IIItereof!
lecturer of Roeklcdge.This areas where they are definitely! their way to the ocean waters. In material first appeared in a let essential |I nature such movements are com !I I Newsletter points out that: "New whole something must he lone
and done fast, to hold landfill operations -
ter to the editor of the Cocoa But in recent years biilkheadmg monpluce Remember the residents pour into the state at the
Tribune is reprinted from "The in Brevard County has becomefar ing migrations in other rate of 225.000 a year" and that to a minimum
Florida Naturalist," Florida Au- too excessive. causing grave thu salmon thousands of amaZ'1 I "an estimated 8.000,000( vacation Some have said that those opposing -
dubon Society publication concern among people interested the rivers to their breeding ers left $1,250000000) in cash large landfill operations are
in the present and future welfareof or the even more amazing in the state In 1957." Today these standing m the way of progressand I
By ALLAN I). CRU1CKS1IANK Brevard County ;in truth lion of eels from inland rivers, even figures are even larger Why do Increased wealth for thc count. ..,.
Because the bulkheadmg controversy in the entire state of Florida landlocked ponds and lakes to I I these people rush to Florida! ? Not ly On the contrary, they are fighting
misunderstood, their breeding grounds in the SarI only for its remarkable climate tor the preservation of essential '
I Is so often I realize that people not trained I -
fundamental resources
I.1 gasso Sea? but also for the beauty of the wide I food supply
find I
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difficult to understand how vital Several years ago Dr Robert expanses of waterways with their f I
it is to preserve our shallow wa- i Ingle, director of research for the clean fresh air; for the hunting, As an affluent society con'oCrvationI I
GRAVELY gives tcrs Over three-quarters of the Florida State Board of Conscrva and fishing, and boating and other a professional
earth surface is covered by wa- I lion. after a careful study of the outdoor recreations Then the I\t. I advocate of wise all use natural and! IIIl11i'l SID ART'S WOODS BUGGY This Army surplus truck converted! by Jack Saundcrson int' ,
mum waste,
ter. Therefore, the unknowing Banana River, sent a report to Newsletter of the Barnett Nation sources. I believe all good woods buggy. is the latest addition to the City of Stuart fire.lighting equipment. Here Chicl 1\I1111
you Brevard County officials stating: j al Bank goes on to quote B K,
TWIN might assume that the eliminationof cans agree with me that we want Griffin tries it for size with his youngsters Yvonn and Rickv
a small area would be of no "The inland waters of Brevard Fuller Jr., executive director of the future generations to as satsfactory .
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County offer rare growing con- Florida State Development Agency -
consequence But scientific studies ( a life with ample foods ness A native of St Johns, \lnh,, ;,
have stressed that as the ocean ditions for several species of am : "But one thought was being ,md materials do today To av sxsY !MRS SALLIE MAI-; SIMMONS: : he had been
mats of and commercial value in mind the as we ARlis in lumen
sport kept uppermost as
the shores 1
JL gardening.E waters become approach more and more Important they Any place within the county state moves in new directions achieve this we must be especially)Y Mrs Sallie Mac Simmons. fifty. Beach Fie was a member ol thc
and wisely Elks of
to conserve use Sa Lodge Houghton I
two of Eleventh Street, Port iU
that experiences dredging and fill. that developments not destroy _
from the of of food
I .point inll activity will be damaged to the the stute'e attractiveness and it' even our renewable natural resources I r Irno died Saturday March 21, as Michigan Engineering Sociel\! 'Ii|
mich At sod' forest clean the result of an automobile accident Saints Episcopal Church of Hi ugh,
extent that bottoms are disturbed appeal to tourists The climate and CONSTAMINb RAFI1
bays, lagoons, dnd almost or eliminated the best In I the attractiveness to live arc whit a rad'wildlife: The conservationst I GUST A native of Gadsden, Ala., ton Lake and a member of !Sigma
J landlocked waters arc the most important once that fishing will continue ur-I alit nukes the wheels go 'round i In is not against use but agams I! Gust Constantine Raftis, seventy she had lived here for the past Chi fraternity.
I They are the ones that m susc. I .live, a resident of Hillsdale and one-half months He is survived his .
by ,
I present high level would be obtained Florida. If we lose either of themwell seven wile 1 Irma
E must he saved. As the human pop N. J and Sunset Estates, Stuart, Brenner of
by leaving the shorelines kill the goose that laid the I' She is survived by her husband Houghton I iU;
ulation increases and the demandfor
as they are at present"! Dr. Ingle golden egg" I died in Martin Memorial Hospital William E. Simmons; one son, William one sister, Mrs Esther Hart ol San
food proteins becomes greater, has an international reputation for In to recent letter about Wednesday, March 18 A native David Simmons; two daughters Clemente, Calif. and his lather,
answer a
+ .' I.i\\\)\ the more waters.important They are are exceedinglyrich these shallow his careful research papers. hulk heading, William R. Kid; United of Athens States, Greece in 1918., he He came had to beena the Mrs. Jack Jenkins of Port George Brenner of St Johns. Mich:

In diatoms and mineral concentrates It must be emphasized that the (then assistant to Governer Bryant >- TrooperBil1 winter resident of Sunset Estates Salerno and Mrs James Fields of Services and burial will be in
For power gardening ill summer gi quantities visible surface story Is only a small now executive director ol the 1951 Hapcville Ga; four brothers, i Houghton Lake, with Johns }-un.
long It'i Crawly Rotary Plow and i of plankton ticVhs the fraction of the destruction involve II. Board) wrote: "But the real since three sisters and nine grandchildren eral Home in charge of local ar
.. ed. In order to fill in bot for Is not what has He is survived by one ion ran ements.
Rotary Cultivator. two of 31 tools primary basis! of all ocean Ifc an area cause concern ags... of Hillsdale
powered by the vtrsallli, ill tear These shallow waters constitute tomlunds from an area often happened hut what will happen George Raftis, Wieboldi; one Funeral services and burial will
drive Gravely Tractor, Ask(for jour the chief habitat for and exceeding many times over that Quite frankly, I am alarmed for % daughter, Mrs Calif Warren and threegrandchildren. be In Atlanta, Ga., with J o h n a CIRCUIT COURrChancery
tree demonetrahon todiyl for many species of cams and enclosed! by the bulkhead have to the future particularly in the of La Mesa,. Funeral Home in charge of arrangements ( )
be sucked of the Brevard Please bear tend .
TRACTOR MICK crabs, They serve as breeding and out surrounding area in
moat $0000to nursery! grounds for shrimps and underwater areas. Favorable con- that indications are for 111 ore Funeral services were held In U S. Savings Bank of Newark,
n ; a great variety of commerclully dnlone for most young shrimp and growth in the NASA complex Johns Funeral Home Chapel Saturday !MRS. BONNIE: ; LEE'iREADRAY : I N. J. vs J. Edwin Hall, mortgage
a's Important fish. Many oceanic spccies fish are destroyed, and silt from which will result in a still I at I p,m. with Father Stephen foreclosure, Oughtcrson! Scott and
cannot breed successfully on the muddied waters settles over greater growth in population I his I Anthony pastor of St Cath Mrs. Bonnie Lee Treadway, Oughtcrson
extensive bottoms far the will impose demandsfor erne Greek Orthodox Church of In the of
the open ocean. Their young demand I beyond even more I of Eleventh Street, regard petition Fugene
the protective shallows ma vicinity of the bulkhead area causing waterfront development and West Palm Beach, officiating Burial forty-seven Edward Killebrew, petition of f
rifle plants and mangrove tangles I: suffocation of most plant and the attendant dredge and fill permits I I r I was in Fern Hill Cemetery. Port Salerno, died Saturday March name change, Ou htcrson. Scott
the result of automobile
animal .life there, I do not take the position as an and Oughterson
to shelter them from the larger !
that is bad, but I dobelieve MRS.! !\MARY.\ E D1FRSMrs accident. A native of I tyler, Ga., Dudley R. Pullin vs Linda J.
MIN.TONEQUIPMENT species until they themselves are Already we can expect a rapid ; progress 1 salsa she had lived! here for the past
large enough to avoid capture And deterioration of fishing and off I that our natural l resources 1 AUTAAfA I Mary Jane Dicrs. sixty- four months Pullin divorce, Harry B. Dames
yet, I have heard many people Brevard County If this bulk bead- will be severely damaged unlesswe four a resident of Oak Lane Leroy Dean Alexander vs Joan
refer to these shallow waters ai ing is not held to a minimum we take some aggressive action Drive, Rio, died Friday, March She is survived by her husband, Alexander divorce Cromwell I I,
useless. can visualize in the future the virtual and soon" I :20! after a brief illness. A native Frank E Trcadway: two sons, Renisen! and Johnson
Research! has proved conclusively destruction of both sport and Bulkheadipg lines were not dc 1 of Washington, D. C.. she had Kenneth L. Treadway and Jack Blanch G. Frawley vs James
COMPANY that even the famous shrimps commercial fishing in this area. signed to wreck our natural resources lived in Rio, Jensen Beach, for the I M Treadway all of Port Salerno; J. Frawley uniform reciprocal act,,
off Cape Canaveral must have the It has been estimated that the but are for the purposeof past eighteen years. She was a char one brother, William E. Simmons; Philip G. Nourse
511 S. 4th STREET shallow, almost t land.locked waters fishing industry in Brevard marine restricting fills. Certainly they 1- I, ter member of the Rio Civic Club two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Lou Brew-
FORT PIERCE FLA. as breeding and nursery grounds estuaries alone is worth $7,(XX).000 can be abused but they can serve I u and a member of St. Joseph Cath ington of Mableton, Ga, and Mrs FOOD SALE; FORSCHOLARSHIP
PHONE HO 1. )lIo0 I have heard skeptics say they a year Moreover, as the excellent a very useful purpose It would olie Church of Stuart. Lottie Byers of Atlanta: her mother UND
doubted that young shrimps and January I 1959 Newsletter t of the seem to me that now is the time If you're tired, stop Many I Survivors include her husband Mrs. Ida Bell Simmons of Ma-
------------- ----- -- drivers who art fatigued from bleton ..
Te *
L W. A Diems of Rio; one brother, Martin County Classroom '
work, long hours of driving otother I HoU'rl1.l1l1er) uno.aunbi4rMary Swry cgs grid"hl'Iiull\i1LhLJn' :; sAweeistien-wilHhdJ" a fad!
reasons, weave over the F'Miller both of Washington liana. J nns FufleraJ Home'il sale-'m front of Kindred Supermarket
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND I center Una and crash Into other D. C; and several nieces and in charge of local arrangements efti Saturday April 4, 9

cars, or fall asleep and drive nephews LLOYD HOWARD BRENNERLloyd : ant to noon to benefit its scholarship
off the roadway. To be safe, A rosary was said i i n Johns fund!
THE SENSATIONAL"Flip stop the car, rest, or fade I Funeral Home Chapel Sunday) at Howard Brenner sixty
coffee break before continutn& 8 1',01. Funeral !services were held a resident of 118 Russell Street Beer is the most popular alcoholic
m St. Joseph! Catholic Church on Houghton Lake. Mich. died in beverage in Mexico. Mexicans
3-3 : Monday at 10 a,m. Burial was m Martin Memorial Hospital Sunday drink about 800000000)

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Bunny Not Welcome in City? Land _p---_. :.. ''\",, '.._," ,__ w _.,,__. .... . .. ... _. .._ .. .,

Defends His Pets at Commission Meeting --_ ), \ pA

By RAY i'frt..u.RF.: died for a "talk.fast." then lot it ing them away I to the ihildre in the )just want to ,.o, ,,Man, ebmn i,I II I : rk vaa<
be "known' to Citv Manager{ Joe the ootMNuMft tor taster Did the something I think,, I 11 within. the I
The poor link Easier Runny.. I Crowder that they prtaad for his egg delivery Sunday I Ninny m Ac neighborhood. To the coimnnitoners did not! hate/ I was told hri" ,xn T prn
morning got hit feelings tart I them he was just plain old Petit I He told the city lather that r"I one evening and ," ,, < the! MMmommi 4r 11'm ( e r
at to regular Stuart City ComM +
j 'RaNM. that I I'd be weld ievie -
would take :200! ra""lC'I'tIf" < 4oIIon meeting Monday night They told Crowder that the I could he classified as a crammer I timm. But I taid to' "ivnelf, people el
Nevanhdeat bell prohaWy let i rabbits I rabbit in Stuart aren t trim ofcnox t s
clean dial!
were enough-all miserLund
by....... be bygones and hide the I 'hwtchct of them No they drinl further indignantly t x ton. I also didn ,think, they I' >
Easier eggs for Stuart children crow cluck whine, !bark chirp plains! tIe hutches are no clean oreld move *o last I sues was .
altar aU.The I nor did they smell yet. vou ootttd eat in thorn" and !said surprised'All I III'
tad sad story of the plightof Crowder then invited Lund to j I that the bunnies were penned anddrdnt commissioner tied CityAMorne V
the Easter Bunny M told at the 1 the commission' to explain hi.i damage yards. _hn"tcry.par.lcn" > T. T Oi,, Menon' "and f fI fI
commiMMon meeting, ran the family of cottontails and flowers asked. "Can we do anything? \
mut from! unitary habits to p'j Lund gladly came, faced the I 'I. have pone through the city Curbing! the East, lUinme will
reproduction and and I be difficult. Oughtrrs indicatedHe '
commission in no uncertain ordinance can sec nothfef
It all ho when Stuan Lund I i .pointed out thai It t the rabbit .
an terms said he coulJnt we what that says I cant I raise rabbits asa
moved out on Stafford Drive two the commission could do hobby Only thing I found was are clean. no tanitnn acre I Jt VHlated >
week ao and brought a num He reported that he had nine- that you cant raise chicken within If they are con ,,'M, but given w
l her of rabbits for experimental teen producing docs, four Kiel. :200! feet of a restaurant So I'd away then no' "NlI iTCial ordinance
breeding purpose" and thirty-nine babiet-.i\ty-two like to know why I lye been cited" violated I II then k>ndt >
From that day on things were in all Maya Ray Cookc told Lund > anything" euepi gnaw on'
never the tame again with the I He kept the Easter Bunny and there had t been complaints I wood. then Ihe n,'"'e ,ordinance
violated If Ihcii '
Easter Bunm his family as a hohbHe was "Well. I dont know what they I ianl I t penned
Nelhoofnlffed the air hud I not telling them In fact, he it giv have Id complain about" except then the running. !hs"" ,ordinance ,
I i isntiolalod
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The commission" was silent iiit
wrer "- < a' '. ;""'X... 'yen 1J {pw dM > lund took up the gige again ,.,
; : < *\ \,: "The city .1.>en'l hide, much of vv 4
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s If''l' ...... ..j"...,,' ? ,.,:. .,,,, +'u s an animal I ordinance t iw it? Id. mss 0 s Y YI
suggest thai if you rant to legit
: s" to ys '.I. v:( ... \ ..' '\ 1aa 'J, !. tale against pets, thenou \get

r\'t. N ,; ;. yourself suite laws the dont go I
.'y ', Y. around picking on im rabbits and
: ( .: :t.>; overtook, the dogs t and I cats that I I
.. &- .." / .I chase around all or town' ." I
.' \1/1t The commission tpparvntly taw

? : ;;, the hanJwritme on' tin stall at this a a
.', It vaster to action .
.. ... !point postpone \ \
,( until a further fleeting' but laid It
.. .. '" .\.- I would !polite the sitiiniion, clonlyS dais. 1 '
dear readers, though the ,
., : raster Bunny will hi ng tout Ct>l -4 s v n r
; 'i'I I ored eggs this Siimliv morning, y .
dont he Uv ilivapiMMntid if he .
'I comet iiiioitmio. with, one eye out ,....
4 for the tops, -
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Sought from City 1

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I By the CorleysJimmy -. -- -

I \llini'il' on I emit! niliiit| ol tin 'thi'n' the tslonm! hikes Over
Coiky: .1 minor I and his il Charter Boat Fees Not Taxable, Is ,itlnrnev gimral/ Sttmiglm sid mil ti\ opuiiinn\ Unit, control of
father: thud N ( orliy' huthof I the Inieipntiiiion' and rule apply the limit' will\ continue' 'to he (innhk '
Palm ( il\ through urish omit Ruling Rebates Arc Due Many .. Also tri-mlled bout
lnrishVcM Piilm Iknih otterneys New ; Ing the law will he renmliil" t party' I
have filed suits if JHIIHM) rotative( to J JnlI I 1. ludt. Hi I multul charged. while persons mire ,,1 J',
and I*.tXN( ) rcvpoclivclv, nilinK1-! I Miitirl built, Ikh I Ilea, : sinus under (tune tales tax low it Ins lemitifl, ,,11he\ alloyed IIl1lte.1 n'< vi much per head forth
aiiiioiinud I.12s181raugltn; where nrpliiiiMeKrnliil privilige of fishing will r inIi '
the Citof Stuart I and the clIV'tMrccl' RI'IIIIIII'1 ? hy \
\ t I
iiipirvisor, Paul,, IMIIIC My I who mummy !have "CII. pmt director of leVinne of hunts; wllluttii ci'w ( '>te! (III lie tiituhle n* admlxslDns,
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Hulin lax on "admisviuns con get '- -- -

+ @ k, tn the suits for duniiiitcii arose on' I nhiiivn now
gym. 4 nbt M of a mutorivite: pkk: 'up truck col I lee' pnid charter, bout and (guide:
N NW : IIHIDII. I in Pnlin City on Sept, I I': I lioni opiruiori who take prisons
lint fishing cnmuit He lewd m a"Imli\ -
I a" The ( "isles allege( lint MuricurrlcM -- -,
and negligent| | dilvlnji nfJ
J a city truck caused I the auiJent, Circuit Court M t"i.
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resulting In pirnuininl Injinloi Id >>
the viiiinurr. forliy nuJltiil" ipinut i. ;;:;,; ,\

A MAIN tilROIR for the bascule bridge of (he southbound Roosevelt! Bridge IN lowered Into |xnii. and pout ( urIc) Senlur iiKiiitig Sentences Are
tion left center. Four such girders will I be used, two on each aide of Ihe draw pun, I for eupcnsct Incurred hy hnMIII
I I and lost uf his *on"i services I II Handed DownSeveral '64 Jet smooth Chevrolet Impale Sport Coupe ((119 tr), wheelbase)

sentences were handed '
down In Martin ( Hcitit curt (hit .J '),
week by Judge t P rowlirlilje.
t l.eunurd II Jiiikwii pleaded gyp6 I .r

guilty tit aggravated" aumill and #
DEAN win placed on 'two vear prohHllon
Mae I. Kawln wan sentenced InIn ,
months, lu one ytur In MHte '
prison tin a plea of guilty to lure ; Nee Chavtlla MIIbllSport Coup ((11!!-In. wheelbase)
I ceny of I an uiili>tm>l>ilc'.

(yes a tfuiliy i plea l 11) forgery, liar'l ; a
1 old I Vkdet was sentenced' to

... tit month In the ciuiniy"' juil
'0' : I; Dear Voter: five years prohullim on a charge tt.

,. I' of hrfnklng and entering
: l'r'''enlenii Investigation were
k Do you mint ti part-time or full-tinic ordered In the following caw:
;" : ? Jatpir Ia Pugh, forgery, I'iillnnlldllman
County : ;
and Willie llrnnlt It '64 Chevy 0 Nova Sport Coup ((110 In. whee'b..t' )

""1' On March 10, 19M the other two candidates lee larceny Kohln of an in,aulnniohtle:unmilhori/ed: Jimmle: use -- .. .- _::'

for this office announced on the radio of an automobile; Augusta (Carter' ,if
assault and tiatlery' Wayne I eu .... U.
program known as u.hl'cce Spotlight" thatif Umrcey, pot'tMum' of mixmshlna :,.
elected they would indulge! in privateI I whisky: Irvin l Iii Mitchell, petty .c .
e larceny; Mark 1., Ihnnipwn' pet I. f '. ";.
( practice and one stated that he would remain tv larceny: Willie Henry (artrr, j. ". H'9
assault and haltery, and Orady 'j It' J
t affiliated with his present Jaw firm Matcher, assault and battery .h: ,. : :;;

i I announced then, and I announce now, \ charge of robbery: against Ola '64 rjoryalr t Motes Club Coup (109 In wheelbase)

,. ? that I will be a lutime County Judge.$! 1 lawrence grand was larceny UiimisvttlA charge. against .( -' : "

Y'r r will resign my position as County Attorney Simon I.. Park wa diimitwd -.,..LJb"to .
Jew K. Kowell was tried hy a
; I will not indulge in any private
practice fend guilty of ,grand
or affiliate with any other person or I ZendJI C, ;Pfeiffer:: Irowhridna -

persons that would keep me from doing$! a Earl 1. Wills I .a fifteen' Knwell day attorney In which, il--

2-1 hour job.VOTE. to file, a motion for a new (rial

r M 64 Corvette Wing' Kay" Sport Coup (98./fn. wfiaalba, )
'r I
Check Zoning

FOR & SUPPORT Funeral Home I on in Chevrolet will go to any length

Little Dixie AreaT

h t ('hy of Stuart Planning I to make you happy
Advisory Board has been _
handed a Mining problem m the roM( and II (and t between' parUnjmeteM
little Disc i iwclKtn of Sfuart Thing<< have etiMia! a lot rfnre a CheryWM Cliery
DEANTOOKER A request wa made to the Star only) a Chevy. Ffcially your l ide''8* with fin whole feet left over).
art City Communion Monday Crf what you want a Chevy to w.So 'fhf'h too there's the sporty 15-foot
night hy Stona't Funeral' Home now you hate the Jet-miooth Cncy Corsair, 10 riffht tat eo many people (you
Port Pierce to construct a SIS I .- rod' t-'17>i fret of pnre hixur/, bumperto kirli, in particular I ) that we've never
(fit funeral horn at the infer. bumper 7h raze make it a luxury car touched an Inch of it. And finally Cor
'section of Tenth Street and Nav But not the prlee, tette-iUll 14f feet and till too much
(>r you taft ehoone the thrifly Cnery Ii, for any true aports-car lover to nay ro to."
taitTh commission treed that the a 15)ifootarmly ear with art luacu ofTbw The long and abort of it K don t
rnmmerciallonmg' fqu II yawrenger and )UIfIfSIf" epve. t rave to BO to any length to find exactlythe
shmild he checked and acted upon choice might w kind of car you want. Just
: ,
year your
A Man of Proven Public Service hy, the planning hoard he- i the new l6-foot-pIne Chevelle, mm we the five different lines of cars
fore approval/ M given dealer's
I nzed to At nicely between Chew at your Chevrolet *

I BELIEVE that my position as your .4Pr1t01' ( IANM iYiI1VItG
4, : TfRMI''IIOIA.YMartin : I THE' ; tKXt UfiWWr mrWKIl tttmM t Owrelfi a Chary n* Cmifr a Corniftet

i County Attorney; Attorney for Planning County Communion has', SIC 11",. l rour tAmoltl SIwtJor 01l4BiiiG _
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and Zoning Board and Board of Adjust' approved/ change m Golden Core I -

meat for the past four;years, has given me ;with zoning', countywide terminology zoning to conform elassifxeitMMM I' @-l.>> Compav#

the Maturity and experience needed for COUNTY JUDGE- multiple, with the family exception 11IIII, of which H3B : I e ,,\", ?

'," the high office of County Judge. j 4 '.lades" A4 .ra..rdaa. ke will lj. k decided af a further meet J CCCOfUDO AttNtt AIrt'J'a edf 1Easter $


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Final Pits ". ;..' .t.. .. ... \ Receive AwardsIn

. Davey vs Je. up Thursday I ." '" t.r. ,: a e Science Fair

IV W llr F paver hul 1 Or Davey hila eaUr.il .ihMitn. (limiti I, ,. r. '" h a xr tour Martin County High School
In blind Ue Sutur '1IIIIe'I t I" received l nil ard, it then
Dennis g Rmajdi, and RnM- tf 1 plat on '
iur U JIIMUP WMMli Km* Hwing 1111IIfIJ\ the WiIlIlfT' Wale"" ',11, 1"i Science Fair held it Ini -

/. in ,lit* win 1"1 linn' ruuiid/ ut the C'srlnJllntl" JAI ul bn1N' i' in Rl'er lunior College on InI -
HIli"'. oh lltpurnthip II I 111...rlillCIIII J J4vya, 45l I, b 1>> .I :mil I Saturday. March 20 and
I (tir vviM4, Pun ih..III. / und 'ti
( It a&! ( Clubon
!}'" I uunlt) 'I
Tpursdnl III and lit* lM.rl Alwand I .
Mllrrh Feaster received the '
s "ti wen -
hWIAI: parWlt' r 111 II W of l t1yapr' i ( mnul35 p(*WH* uicMi. II two- i I 5 in
: vl 'A' over ill. and first earth
:;: I pr
final 1 Ik rata uktd fw r I hursday man 1tc4wy sirs 1 Sund.. Y. : fourth
March. lh Marsh 11, plld Prpwunl'.. + 61 II I S 17a l'l'I p py nr"II David Vicki lBerry was, flr.th
DII\ h um%, April 4, the lilt. t r "'-'I' SIoof'eYo
Ig14) s'c' r, fiat Jukiui won IIMInphofly ,":I'll<' in psychology, and Nana
\ hit* Iwftltin Ui' Ouvkv twitejin fur 1I11"inll)( Will II bttrhiUJMed duel-' I i ''' won u marine hlolopsThi !
a oliuiiipikNtkbip liiial H> I the en eliiinwr I A t i I'io 54Ir'I'
.,goltin prllllPlljlr| > > Ml iKcd 10 l>ttl I ( I fF t1
;. Ins !bc.llu| ralam, the title which I Beaton flack From : ho, rdwatk al A'ury' Park

Washington Trip 'N i I" eighty-five feet wide in
I'll|; ', Rocking chnirv. air pi iced
SlIJ41t IINIltlll I Al J KMUW, Muriin County Civil locations'
ji ill ItqC!!
INDIAN\ KIUK 11011Tito : : IXftuitp dir. ,lur, hut,, returned
final iOuiulmgs ot the In from the uniiUMl nud.winter con A1e
dinn !Kivf.r M>uffM>urd l.cajlllc"lor I litrune uf/ civil dt.fimhe directorI BOATSTORAGE
the IM3-64 MIUMHI UK' first ut Wiwiliiiigieui/ D C'. !
Oiean Brtiwe: stconcl Slimrt: While there, Keulon wut. num I >
.third. Vi.ro: Beach: u n d fourth ed to II inbturth: tuhk" force that A'Sr
4 ort fii.ru, will milittl" g program/ fur cities '
Thf Stuart fhursdtiv I League or counties that do not hove civil: 1 r w While You'reHurricane Asvay
,n 1111 Its JV\/(>3.64 hCllhOll I mid truphies defeDK, programs': under WII) for
were warded to the I hilioll- useus g guideline in mse: of II n
din, Ft: firsdiviswn: first. WulUrMoqrt niirgei)0)r. I
second, Kaoul Patterson, ? Building
jam) third, rysiel Moore s ond4iiviMon Auxtraiu ta the continent with II } Dry'
: first Dunn) Ihomuiind. i the l IIIfJjtlit sheep pulution, but I II C
1 Hurriet Vjn I.uvui, and1ird I Britain i. the country with the Reasonable
). Louise I Kuuwiild grouty!_Vnriely of_sheep_breeds, I r Re r Rates
r : :; .... Courteous

I faster I SAN Bniat; the ornamental like on the Fvmrule I angford Fstite at Jensen Beach, during Service
CAMER'A tive-tlay cnmhmed husmcv. pleasure trip last week n W ( ( onover, one ot eleven Outboard Mint '

11;[ SALE irom Corporation left cxecuiivev, who were guests of their chairman of the bonrd Ralph fvinnulc third Reserve Now a Space

STILL CAMKKAS : -- __u.__ __ -

Regular ..!. his first loss' two BAILEYBoat
absorbing' 1 ngamvl
1JW4 ftmm ELECT: KIC.FVE Slid. ..-., Flub C... "* >S.D. ease: Two-hitter Costs Tigers
oooppp 4 F0mIOnaK MARliN COUNTY Golf Champion Mrs. Ella DC Stcfano, right, wins for MCHS
I .M TlC II ELECIRIC/ -EVE 'U' lees and Mrs Olive Banh, for the ?> 1
,., runncrup played championship Marlin to. ono( 000 I 0 0 Company
,tff ;lu llc.i i. COMPUTfil Y 4UTOMATIC Wednesday, Mar 18, It was a very close match all the way unit First Suncoast Loss 7-0 Forest;1 Hill not (MX \ 7" 1 I
.n ., .. ..... ... .
f moa > l l> > loll* 1 |iklur i Mnn 14 I* 11.10
was tied at eighten holes requiring g sudJcn death playoff ,
up Gary I ittle! and Ken route Fdlainian 'JfNSF\BF\tlI AT 7.0916
Hmm MOVIE GAMHRASODAK ? Mr DeStefana was one on the twentieth hole
up '
Although their \scoring was lini I safeties off winning pitcher Ed I ) and Bohln I O Anmo
a C.ICCTKIC HOH. BEfltX t AUTOMATIC UteiPIC (AUTOMATIC) KIUO l:| sw:: ilcd let two innings. 1 lortst Hill layman, tingles hy Bll iI Slathers 1-------- --- ---- -- --- -- --- -- .
pFIL"AIHqRWC" ,' I.I.U rut CTPIC kit parlayed six hits into seven runs and larry Anderson, Only oneTiger |
Powee El MlTltK CAMERA 4555 Dee to beat Marlin C ounty. runner reached third, layman
'//i VcC ZOOM BtHM' m.u IIUO visiting
.fMin* lead full lime tbclrU/ I,. WHITICARno 7-0 Indav It was the Tiger*' first Mriiek out ten aid walked I GOLFNew
Suncoast Conference loss in three two In addition, he doubled i i "I I
m\fff' EVP,MATIC ZOOM ....00 55,00 WORKSWent sluts three runs in the second
Eoonoml ..11|| |Ili.eReveaL || I 1 he Tigers could! get only two I (mry little lave up tit hits in I Martin County Golf & Country Club
REFLEX ECTRIC JlUO .700C""I Lake Oft Indian Avenue, Port Scwsill -
,.. ..
ST. lUCir BOtlFVVRI! > Turn rluM Just nn
CHRYSLER Tigers Wildcats Tie 6-6 I New BrMe to Rrach
All Sale I'l InulNo Rural Route No. 1 Florida Dial Atlantic -2466
Stuart, When Darkness Halts PlayA COUUSti $3.50

n6 UII\NI AVIMh PIIONKII040RI7( / Agent for AI Pflueecr, Inc., TaxIdcrmKt .1 three-hour nine.innings overtime counted for four, runl.Pulm FU(" RIC CARTS $6.00 for 18 Holes-$4,00 tor Holes

:: ----- ended In 6.fi
-- -- -- hull game a t III Bench scored twice In the '
II.: here 'rucvliy I hilled: by durkness, fourth; MCI IS replying With two MEl\1BEUSIIIP: : -
4 alIve the Tigers had twice tome, I+
'r 1 r From richmd In knot Palm Bench' In the fifth, on Mike Crook walk, MFUBFRSIIIP INIIUIION I IFF. $10001))
: 1 Wildcats Skip Hull triple and I lillie't single MM.I F MFMBFRSIIIP /HO.00IMHJI1IF fl..
H-I 1 he visitors scored one In the No runner on either side got MFMBFRSIIIP 10000) :1
\ j I'I'I l Tint 1 and three In the sceoml" olfniry past 1 second in the remaining four 10 PLAY BOOKS 30.00 i : :f
r( fable. hut Martin County Innings. 20 PLAY BOOKS II.OIt!! I I
ti I I knotted the 'sore: in their half if The Tigers are. at rnme again 30 PLAY BOOKS 75.Oil .
t : he[ second" Two walks, a hit huts In Vero Beach on 1 Ihiiridav. Murcrf2ft t
GOOD I I YEAR r nUIII und singles by I Mile, Dun and Id Luke I Worth on t rue IKIMNCF. : \"f) tOAlPIFIF, GoIF SHOP

SL'i\ *' - Heath III) 1M( ) ODD-fi I I' I
Stuart (040\ ((120/ (HHI--h S 5Dilkrmlino HEN? I HAirriG I PHONE/

I Milwaukee Braves Slonn 111 end' Mar PRO M\N\IR; 287. 2214
i her: Ullie I and route
Play Five More I --- --- -
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3-T NYLON J JPlus At Remaining\West home Palm games Reach of Milwaukee I CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES INC.

\<, Braves'! spring u training; "EVERYTHING FOR lOUR BOA UNO PLEASURE"
schedule to he played at West i
J Palm Beach Municipal' Stadium '
: Twelfth and ( ongrO'\. are: I BARGAINS IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I

__________ I Thurvlay' March 26 Cincinnati
Reds, 8 p 'm.; Wednesday, April I II
: I. Chicago White Sox, MO: pm "
TUFSYN. I Siturd y. April 4. Wa'lhinilionI Aflthorl/td ti'
I Senators /ft pm : Monday, April r rj' CHRIS-CRAFT
6, Colt 41s I Ito pm and Wednesday J< ;I::
RUBBER I April /K. Washington Senators I t t.i 'SEA SKIFF'

8 pm JOIIN'iO\l:\ McrroR.j( DEALER 'IIIVNCfRBIHn fjO.O.OAT \"

r licIt: office:t.1 number the stadium:I of the I is

683.A100ORNC.F I --, -.-- Eye TRAILERS -"M "'- '" ACCESSORIES I

i mowroEWMNaLlmUonmoiUhaNoUmltonmHosNoUniifmf : IS COMING; PROMOTION. SOON ? SIRVII
I The higgest promoton of FlorIda ..
fresh oranges[ Inca the 1962 GRUMMAN MARINA
toroads freeze will he 'staged Sy the Florida .
Turns Commission'' between AMIRICA' PINES LlNEI
April t and Apr, I II I 440 ROUTE 707, RIO-JENSFN BFAC'If
Object of die promotion m *
NQLlmitastaspood rorthoenbroUfeofihcfread.Now t I vintage crop it, valencia oranges
which Win he reaching peak quality .
during that {time
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in All-New All Weather t

Oyr great new Tufeyn Tire that fits! most family cars and all family budgets. ItllVM 91rRt as ?' ;> M7h

Icr; '

S DAYS ONLY Look here for your size and price of F"i"i I,
TUBE TYPE Allt'VV' (It14 df Jl F f

Now and $ Bhll'kwull rlei ob prl foryirarcf (gfG+f a'

Buy Save at These 225nlnelea tJ 6.70d5 SIr. 'IJ.70 Prlce' $ newi i ,

t I ItlY
( 1
7.10'115 11\.15\
LOW PRICES 7.flllxl5/ 17.70 s 1 i tiAv


FREE MOUNTING DlllckwlIlI Btll.'kwnll
Sin Priest Sire Pril'to
6.01hJ, $11.15 6.70x15 15.80

CJoodyeqr,) Nation-Widr? "No Limit" 6.50d3 JJ.JII 7.10x15 17.95
7150,14 15.NO 7./101115 19.70
I Guarantee: 11.01111I4 17.95 1I.Hl1II5( 11.J5

ta. No 11., .., 1I.5Ih'' )9.70 8.:01115 22,35Whitawnils
N. 115,5 :: .w .00 I. ho uses .. t. 0.,15. 5 No .Ilmle
N toAs .r tan I la. Ir ,kN
.: tL.NIII.\ ..i :
... wet.,..GAa,6&.4 Aj101.5 'iiwi url ,....01 ..Nerd.Gum.w..d: .,.......,uR i..''aul'elmblr defNS'.......t. v.km.o.111P5E only $3 Terre
T'r. I.il. .010. ,
I MbG..4.edSNr. : iyW 'h.alit ,.e1MIR' uai u"nmk..r mRN IhOlll." ,00'. nadrNe. AH prices plus tax and tire otf your car ...>, :'
:epa.l :;::1:131,: ::, : .: ua ''u"' tIre
e0 tn.d seam 'iii.'' 'ur ?4 uri noudsre rl No Money Down With Trade '. <'k,fi'
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II 257. OSCEOLA AT 7.4242 "Where 'can you see the slew Skylark l Sports Wagon? Right her0. Right, n4: .

STUART; ( AT 7-4243 1 Set yaw. QueiI1 Burt IIII\Ir\ Iar DIIiIIt.,lhsc lads-15 .I beer t buy far yea





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Trucks Are Ull v ft \R) ,t 1..I.f MHx: riiiir'..ti a MillIIRFMIN l '/ iI _:::---' : :::: ., : ,--- -
, _ ______ n _ _ '._ -- -

I' Called to Fire THURS.-FRI. E: 15 L ElSATUMAY

East of CityT y CLOSED ", \w\\'s.\. '} I'\f,

which lirokc oui 'n t ',
"o'HI', at ih>. rear 11 Stuart l Rh' SUNDAY!
Apartment' ghoul,, noon Io"d"I SUNDAY DISCOUNT
kept' kll IK truck from 4t.i lC I QYIaI.tr J earl ....".,rf STORES 9 A.M. o PM,
Mintiilu, i I 'ir tkpurtmutt hit,
1 (tai i four hour. and scorches i

J esl Fin niiicil men' I"IHICH'battled I irea j! still, lir,'iI "ett I Just Arrived-Newly Designed for '64

I __
prevent ittman. from '! fe.I I $.- 1I
j ing wIN ,ding' Eail Ocean Boiil I
card towards Redeemer I LII'her.II'' "or JIIK'clllIlIlillllln l
I Church. n J Kruefer\ rIolI,r ''# a '..T S. '
I t
Farm and south along St. I uce,
J Boulevard t inward residences Lawn Fin ni1nre
j I there A t
, Mo.t
1:001I'11ni1000 il ii II n
' ihout 4pm, hut two J,nv.n Beach) (o) \\cl \diust:ibk \\cli I olilin,
trucks and one from Port Saloon ,
.IIhl I "artm ("'"nll'f" v., I! ;; ;$:\ Chaise
Lounge Chair
l'd I gnu i 'gIIII' "h01l1 i p 11TII'\ I "
da, I pllllll1 in .mother' hai I ", I !
""fh, heals,f i deeming I i H ',I!, i iI I.' .1.:IM-J. .__ VJJ
I k" in 'u'n\

I 91ll;;1 tot l Iwttetxua eewsfort 1
Blaze in Park
MM fee ,/beta (t wnlnmi

Burns 28 AcresA Ql'J'1Ioon"' BlA/r Of I I.' VST OCEAN BH'IF\\RI' |.".11 to fh your iHntHtC, '\"ltMHN9 \ \ rt1.Fresh rt1.

. I la mortal a mlitn. and Add
--- --- ----- --
fire in Jonathan Dickinson
Stall Par harmed over about Property Line Question at Rio and i Deer and Turkc\ MMMill' fur cus)' i h>", l)urtiMa -
twcniN-eight acres of land Friday 1
The fin apparently \started hen Being Relocated |phadk l wtMmtg'' will I Imh

u ing Irish area.fire wording spread to near Counts a camp Fire I Golden Gate Zoning 'Are Acted Upon Hundrcdtof Florid. wild turkey tuber" hmilinini I I..HN Mild Bun*. -

Chit I lohn Filiinrmski I II and while tail doer arc Inkling new the I slit I .. '
Firemen from Hob e Sound, The question of the south )prop I Jupiter Mind' the Stale Forest I erty 'line of the Anchorage Boatel district I tar Fish Commission conclude flee on htr.III.II.fm'
In Rio that has !been before the! ,
Service ,and I the i The commission al'oOoled to
rountv fought the
I I the
hic Marlin County Planning and Zoning instruct Bell to advertise for a one moM successful' big I port anil .
-- --- I Commission oft I and on for public hearing! to consider adop\ game trapping operations since the
several weeks was apparently set ',I lion of a comprehensive zoning program of relocating mane wild j ---
Fires Kept City tied the commission I was initiated. I It, I'n'earh Ri
I it a meeting i plan for the area surrounding the game :-I Grown EASTER
Firemen Hopping Tnunday |I new Martin County Senor, High a90 a .lY'tt.' M
Property ownen in the area of i I School with the area 'to he legalIv According to A, D Aldrich
Three fire, kept Stuart firemen the Boatel had questioned the I) defined by Bell commission director, (hi' trappingand ,
hopping tier the weekend. parking. of a trailer in an area they -- relocating program consists i l 1 w.w1If
About < i p m Saturday, a brush believed was not. within the houn' Brothers Jailed of live trapping wild turkey and
fire took them to Memorial Park dar) of the trailer )park deer in areas not available to pub.
nn Fay Ocean Boulevard At the The Zoning Commission was' For Shoplifting lie hunting Once trapped, the
same lime t Sunday another brush unable to deckle the legality of game animals and birds .ra trans
fire was i started at Tenth Street parking the trailer because had I 1 James W. and Ervin E. Griffin, ported and released on various.
and D I I little little Dixie brothers, each drew wildlife other .
\n mo Dixie, by a been unable to establish a buck management area or 'll.
sex en.\rnf'"ilil, hm. and two hours property line. a forty five-day J jail term from areas where suitable wildlife ., .. ,
Inter : Judge 1 'er in Municipal habitat found hut where the
j a t'n-I car old boy starteda > is .
Fred Bell, and tue'day .
third fire county engineer/ Court on a shop lifting deer turkey .
h\ burning papery man zoning director, told the commission native or "populationis "'.' ,,
empty do"nlairaparlment ofa charge low or the carrying capacity of "
the area in question had beenmeasured !\
two ston frame home at 23 Fines were imposed' for three the range has not been reaches!. "
Fast i Ocean BoulevardMr and he recommendedthe traffic offenses and one case of Deer consisted of t 185 I \ 'A."J
sum' damage resulted froman south line of the trailer park I atkault and battery; bonds were deer being trapping)tripped and relocatedIn } ",.:; iI&: ,W ,. +}, a 4.
be established ten feet south t of
\ ol the fires. according t to entreated in single cases! of traffic t"-enly-flve different locations .,1,
the end of the existing wooden
rr, ChIef Milton Griffin. and indecent exposure; another Turkey trapping consisted of 484 ]
fence and that
a correct measure.
assault case drew a not guilty ver .J.1t" +
ment be made by him (Bell) and I dict traffic wild turkeys being trapped andreillcal.d ';
SWPN ; one case was dismissed ;
thirlv different
be given to the commission fir in -two So to redecorate ,;
of the easy
AM MStMtNT:: : ; one case disturbing locations
incorporation into t the minutes r
peace was continued and sentencewas .
Stuart; ( ,Communion voted The commission agreed a.AvkKover
deferred whole home with
in one case of pub
M I t n d 'a" + night to exchange a In other action, the commission lie intoxication MARRIAGE IICrNSrAPPLICAT. : I your ;
i 1\\J h e toot aUe10 Rinker !Mat voted to change the definitions of IONS: {wtrNaturtJ
t its" ,,mi I 4&\V Root Beer for alI..h'l' the Golden Gate About 77 ,
regulaI I per cent ol all fatal Joseph: Brown to Rosa I lee ( rav.
( tool asemcnt An ordt. lions to conform to countywide I! motor vehicle aecilentoccur on din, both of tort Pierce, ,J,
nine till he drawn up and acted coning definitions( and established |I straight roads, most' of them dry Loran H Cuimin to Mabel I
01 n "a future meeting a mw etorng eltss,,, 'i cation entitled during dn light Rowlev. both of West 1'alni Beach, '
-y--- n __ __ -, : SELEcATHESIVE DECORATOR PLASTICIn : glorious 3 BUD
Just minute you can transform Inc room into I d coMor'! dream! '
VOTE FOR AND ELECT Covert 'most anything wall% furniture, utur nd/ frames, toc.nlstors lontrihution; to the '
cabinets and closots So "Imp/ :a and lacy to UH with .
KwHtKoWf new strongsst adhesive that wont Kick to Its.If... hcuut) of J"usterII'rt'bh f
I easy petkrff hack Cleans Just n sanity with i whisk of a damp '
ISABEL cloth.' Com in today and watch your penis make your hums spaikleJ/ grown I lilies
lAST TO Lisaatetp.ff
lilt mvliM, It tar.r.rn.vtp.ptrItck blossom/ into living':

.t. r aI p symbols J of the

OF REGISTRATION OF MARTIN COUNTY | .!=t d:dCfiotia for..iynln bright, joyful spirit '

MAY 5, 1964 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYI ham'" i fatnloiii itiortmint' of ,.II.ml.nd carrot of ho I season. Plants 4 UD
watch your toma ipirklal1Yf.xl8ln. '
are all potted ; just .

( \Nater and watch
them bloom
Compare at 49c

,1"r Genuine (;loodcqr Gull Cuhioncd: Gi i'* Patent' Leather


Now foinfiiit" itixtlKiiidcasiiuU '/ I
; h \ p"
with jtisl' Ihf rlulil .
W' [ much of MU\' fashion iltBMiict '.

.?\ And lh.|'" arc light
'" foil hardly fciuiw )UII'r.

curing them :Hailers Bone

fulnrSics. the Irmllflonully populur'

"ilrrm-up' style' In uri mMirlintnl -

VYI of brmllfiil rolon .
r 1' (j f to l 12 ,
In romplrmrnl every

ft' Easter.. Outfit I nag "."" .
Compare at 195. 'hill Pink Blur, Blank mid

am Isabel [:vans. I am a candidate on the Democratic ticket for Martin County W hilt upper

Supervisor of Registration./ I am fully qualified to hold this very important position and

will give full time to f he }ob. I u.l/llloJ hold any other position/ when lOU elect t me as I Ladies' Sheer Seamless

Supervisor of Registration.
your Fine Quality t1

Because I feel I so strongly that every person.voting age should exercise their right SILK Sp E NYLONS

to vote, I am placing at your,disposal a car to take you to the Registrar's Office; so that

if you are not a registered voter, you may become one. NECKTIES y ywnnftd Z.

Call Stuart, A Tlantlc 1.0221 at any tim'c. t it( my Answering Service takes your coif, l i e _'" Package contain 6 perfiHllj' mulihcd -
\ Mucking permltlnt on-at-a-
leave your name and address and the date and time you wish to he picked up and taken and color fuHermH al a low, 'low I tint replacement for greater' economy .
to the Martin County Court House to' register piker! 1 S and nallifiK-tion. Run-guard
top prevents garter mina I fII' .,
This is d free service and you are not tinder any oblig lio,;. ?t Nlon with. l lace low bund,

Call ATlantic 7.-o?7.for (free rides to the Supervisor of R g stra'tion's offices Hours

of registration' are Monday thrbugh'' Friday: ( from 9 a.m. to' Noon, and(] (from 2 p.m.. to' 5p.m.untJl 3 Pairs

April when' the registration books close.

Your vote is important to me, but it is equally important that you register, ; so thai I

you may vote.Sriperviaor .

; of Registr'ation'n Compare at II/) mJ
A vote for Isabel Evans; ; i is a vote jif the right' direction

ode .Jttleal A'---tt
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rSWARrWSThuNdaIarch26I64!( ..1-

Missing Card Found; Murray 'Won't Challenge

Owens, Republican HopefulFor VOTE FOR .

Board, Is Registered

Unless the Democratic candidates -- --- ,
are concerned" nothing will ,
be done to prevent Walter E.
Owens, Hohe Sound Republican
from appearing on the November
ballot as a candidate for count
commissioner in District '. Ed SAM HARLESS
Murray, chairman of the Martin
County Democratic Executive i .. un i

Commilee reported; Tuesday i
Murray said the question of .
whether Owens is qualified as a I "
candidate is "a borderline case;' D

and unless the Democratic candidates I .
object and want to pursue I """...
the matter further, he will not oppose
Owen's candidacy by testing
his qualifications i in court
Murray obtained a statement
from the St Lucie County registrar r

which reportedly showed ,; \\1
Owens had been reinstated as a "
{ 1'"
Democratic voter at his requestin '

1958, had not voted since then 4j. '' rer
and was dropped from the rolls in > r
1962 w +
Mrs. John W Husscy, recently \ 9 5 t (
resigned president of the Wom M \ 4c v "
en's Republican Club of Martin A ,
County, said that Owens was purged t'I ;
from the St. Lucie County books r
before Jan, 31, 1962, and that ., "

as far as the law is concerned he te
was eligible to run as a Republican v-
since he had registered i in ;:ii/ kx,
Martin County as a Republicanin ""rte ..
January, 1964. ;L.::._ _. ....... .._ .

The question of Owens' eligibility WANT 10 ADOPT a pet? This handsome male pointer is one of rr A p
as a commissioner candidatearose l '. ."v& r r
thirty dogs available for new owners at the Animal Rescue Shelteron : < 4i tis
recordof a
on March 17 when a 't'f"m.
his registration in Martin County -I AlA across from the Fait Grounds Ar'2 "kd'P4" b "tr

found the officeof W 4u 4 '
could not be in < asp R u e,
the supervisor of registration, ,. tl ',, ,
Mrs Zola Blakeslee. ,
Residents Port Sewall
Owens registration was found s vsf
later among a large number of
recently registered voters that had Get Water from
not been processed and placed in CityCity ,;
precinct rolls Owens' card show. 1 :
ed he had registered in Martin Manager Joe Crowder will i about thirty to fifty residents who

County In January, 1964, look into the possibility of extend. have indicated they wanted city .. ,1&.4:; ,-..,. )( I
Mrs. Blakeslce, who is not a ing a water line along St. Lucia water, J ,) :
candidate for re-election, said an Boulevard from the junction of He reported a six-inch: main will '.\ .." .
employe In the office, Mrs Emily East Ocean Boulevard as far south cost about $2,85 a foot, plus a (1' r ,; ':< "
Lecher, had been off work due as Whiticar Boat Works, $::!HO( tap charge, '"
to the death of her father, and The Stuart City Commission ala "We have to charge in t this I f If .
r had not caught up on her filing. meeting Monday night, author manner," Crowder said, "since we ,..
1 When asked about the mix-up: iced Crowder to discuss the water can't assess property in the area,"
in the registrar's office, Murray line with residents along the boulevard At this point, Simonson request
called it strictly a mix-up: and not and give them the cost of ed the commission change t the Ii"
deliberate Installation of the line size of the water line, if neces. I
"Due to the changing of precincts The commission!! also told Crow sary, and extend it as far southas
the registration drive, illness der if he and residents could I the Whiticar property He f
and death, I can readily see reach a quick agreement on price, named several residents along the I rr',
why the ladies had not caught up he should I work out the details, with route were interested in city wa
on their filing Murray said, the Contractor, Cambron Construction ter and would be glad to pay the J
A check showed that 223 per. Company of Orlando price,
sons were added to registrationrolls li now working in the area "Just tell us how much. it costs," 104"v
l in Martin County during a Before the request t for the extension Simonson said I
January registration project, The was made by Roger A Crowder told the commission \ ,
largest number, 100, registered in Simonson Jr, of Port Sewall, he would check into the matter i
Precinct 9, Indiantown; forty-sev Crowder told the commissioners immediately and talk with residents -I
en in Precinct 8, Hobe Sound, and I a check of residents along the but stressed residents, would s
thirty-five in Precinct 13. The I way showed it was economically have to move fast He noted a \1' y
remainder were scattered throughout feasible to take a water line seven- delay might jeopardize the city's MV '

the other twelves precincts. eighths of a mile south to lerveSTOPpaYing contract with the contractor, i;. .
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Flagpole OfferIs Scouts Held a COUNTY !MAY 'FIND' I
Accepted at Day Camp Here
Jensen PavilionThe When Stephen Bishop retired atcaretaker
Boy Scout<: Troop 400, Stuart at htt the House of Refuge
county accepted the offer held, a day camp Saturday, March "we also I the use of his i pickup i "
of Ray Lorenz Jensen Beach to 21, at troop headquarters Scoutmaster truck and we need one badly,.
donate a twenty-four-foot flagpoleto Robert Peck and his assist. Stephen Schmidt: museums' director ,
be erected near Jensen Beach ant, Jim Wiley, supervised a number told the county board on
pavilion, of scout craft events which Tuesday,
It will be dedicated by Jensen the various patrols performed in Commissioners Jack Saunderson
Beach Legion Post in honor of departed competition. and Edward Miller agreed to "try
to work 0 uta surplus property
veterans. Setting up tens and other equipment
deal" to truck
get a museum
a ---- flag raising, rope coiling and use.
heaving, anJ preparing an out.
CARD OF HUNKS door meal took most of the morn-

saw I me wish fall to over thank the th wall lady at who the boys Ing hours set fire I In the by flint afternoon and steel the, Ser Varicose per cent cent of women veins of men affect over over forty about forty and 5( OFMARTIN

boys Jensen 15 and who Beach called helped Regatta for me help up,on the the March bank two, '' boiling some learned of did compass the push-ups grounds reading and adjacent,cleaned water to ---w. ,LW'\j: UII'T'O'];;t51IahMt'5TroTtCril ; :' SHE E R IFF I r F

the Jensen Beach ambulance for the American Legion building tnleretod NU1'ICtt per.nn.Ir ereby, there. !liven wilt 'to ba art anexantlnallo5 COUNTY
their service, Dr Allison and Dr The results of the competitionwere hold for the lk n.lng
Matey and the nurses and staff. : Eagle Patrol, first; Silver uf cuufliuu.e I'hllllhe""aluart,''to be elands hold, In un. April I h e
second Red Hawk, third
at Martin Memorial Hospital, us-! Wolf, ; 1t 1054, ii 7ae: i'M.
ten of Barracks Auxiliary No I On the weekend of April 4-5, 19tl hated{, till, Stlth day of March.
854 for their visit and flowers, Troop 400) will attend the Gulf. IJy ILUM T \\'. \THFTW
friends and neighbors for stream Council Camporee to be Chairman, ,, Plumbing Hoar
my cards, gifts and visits, and Father held at Fish Eating Creek west t of T. U HMllKltUullUlnw :Ineptiutor.
Jan Januszewikl" for his comfort Lake Okeechobec. "Pub: March JU, 191,4XI TUESDAY MAY 5

ing word. May God bless all of '1'1C'H OK t'lllllr HP IHIM*
Britain remained france's best Til WHOM IT et.SY CUWI'EIIAuNTIeE :
you. In t the !l Is :hereby given Hint the
I customer for champagne Hoard of I utility: t'onunlMlniicm:: of
Mr*. Ray L (Celia) Barr I first six' : months of 1963, purchasing MHHIn Cnunt)' Florida, will roll-
did it public hearing\ at the I hourof
r .. 2,187,917 1 _bottles.I S:30;: A.M. or ss wan thereafter
110 tll._matter' may h. heard. "n
Mini it 1951 at Um Marlin t'ounty Dedicated Law Enforcement Officer
(;uurthmiHo. In Htuait, KlurliU lonnoMir
the mutter ft atmmllng
Too Much the unlng rvculatlon.

of Public'lining I..: I llorlng-,UK: area on )t>later tw vn Plan the
Htmih Fork or the HI Luil Years
for Hlver mid I h. Hoi-Ida (:nut Many Of Experience
tweet ItnllrONd I
: r'k1:1.:0
the onlh: llmllK :; ;\ ofHtlliilt
to In.llHll AVfiiiiit. "Milttr *-
Insurance plan nn rilo In office or Uu
County Ella h."...

AIntermit\] .d unitln a.* Invited
to .attend mid be neatdDulml ,
$54.00 A YEAR BUYS l'J1JS $61.00 A YEAR BUYS 1 HIS ,: till:* 34th OK of tilt Mnnh.l'NTYCOMMIHHIOM 191)4HIMHD ) .
$8,000 Home $10,000 1 Home I MARTIN HUNK CO NTY A. WACILY. Kl,ORIUABy
$3,200 Content $4,000 Contents Chairman;
$800 Rent ATT*8T'I'OHorHY
Esp $1,000 Rental mt-HOH. Clerk
$25,000 Liability $25.000 Liability Pub: March it, 1X4MHU >> .

$500 Medical $500 Medical w'l e' PI HMr II*:susH
$%50 PD. $%50 p.n. TO WHOM., IT MAY I'OM.fcKN,
NOTICE J I" hereby given that the
$50 Glass $50 Glass Hoard of County CoinmUalnneri I I of
Milrlln County Klorlda, will con.
dint: public hearing at th* hnurof
,:JO A.M, oP111005 thereafter
a* the mutter may be heard on HARLESSFOR
Premiums Are Outside City Limits April 91 1954 at the Martin County
Cuurthuuee In Htuart, Horlda, trondder "
the matter. at amending
the lunln* regulation
No Charge For On
Liability New ,11t.olll'atlon to be added
In the Unnlnv and ZoningrlaMlfliatl
Boats and Motors ; in*, dulled I I AlA
lower I-arum, t>ur.erle.. 4

Swimming Pools All Orange interacted drove parties are Invited SHERIFF-TUES. MAY 5
to attend and be liiard

REARDON INS. AGENCY Dated 110 \:r'lI'N... of 1.OUNT1rCIiMMIRNINNIid: Mtnli.OP'' Ji<4,

287.3262 Krueger Bldg. Stuart ATTheTrChnlrnian:

Pub.- &Lucia If, 11"



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r I Till STl 1R) (llotilnt\ Nt.SSS 1'hUNlY, AIare1 2'- 1964 1-B

SOCIAL NEWSOffice Officials Met Last Friday

kWa I I

: AT 7.1550 MISS MARY I UNDSXY Society Editor Plan Boat-a-Cade as

<$0 ,aa'_ .. iwwh _.,11I(.,,.,, s a,_ !U

Fredricksen-Hershberger Engagement Is Event Mid-April

Announced Wed dill J'iBe// June II ill
: !! on RipnsintaliMs, i the Stuart' \ I Freest H Arts. Jensen Beach Reg
v anti lensen Biavhna
Mr ..In.1It\. s'I', I I rodrtckten All friends arc invent lo the f I Mrs al l t ommerce and 1 Boat-a,C ade I' \VaIker secretary of the lensen
a Beach Area (hamhcr ot ( ,>inmcrce -
Jensen Reachmooune i the church mil the "Mti als met at Fiances I lang. I'
engagement and appit'shntg" mar- \ft\ Outrigger Restaurant March Ronnie Nelson ,presidentof
.. kite. 'u Da\id! A Hrrshhera/r' graduate ol, Mutin Counts High!: di\' ."enlIIhlch "lilt K held April C'. H Kindred Stuart;
on ol Mr and Mrs i soil,i H""rsh- School and ,I' uunding the Florida 1 c \I" Frank li>rslvrg. president <>t th! *
rt "' ) berger. lornier residents M 1 Stuart! Bcautx ."".ukmy ill \l cat Palm Headquarters\ will "N at I ang Jensen. Beach Chamber: John I IMtQuigg I.
: now residing m Lowe Hurrell, Pa. Beach lord Marina with\ a hano.nct slated !Stuart a director, of the
:'. : The "'l..Ihnj1,11: t.lhrllce at Her I,,uuc is also graduate' tor the "klekofi'at. IYaiu.esi association; I':. L. Standish Jensen
the Rio Baptist ('hur: Thursday, of the focal high' tchool and has i angfevrd Outrigger Restauranton Beach: Donald 'Ithnsonn.
v June I II I at 70: I"p m Following\ served three scan in the I S April 1 M ehiarage. Marina Rio and! O>n-
; the ceremony ren 'I1l'n will beheld Nosy; IK I is now slaloni.il on the ()Okevehobcealen, ollicials 1 all I I. Bowden. treasurer: ol' the
\ : I m the social 1 i'out, 'f the ivs Piov\. "M. hised. in San l>an. at the moiling\ im.lude I llowanl I Stuart C'hanrticr.Tourist .
church CISCO. ( lilt S Binta Inset M\rs c\eeiili\e\ :I -
-- ------ : and Fsehnt I
e -- secretary ) Kama traffic to the Philippine,
Ion M\us, secretir\: rose 20( ft? per cent in the first
I Riptide Players Will Present I teal "it I units: attendmp I I'' ': i hediwusscn six months of I ltst. ""lrare,1lllh\
I group intin4vlfrs f the tame |IMrtkf last vcirCCDMlfrlfel

f,' '. 'Mistress of iVle//YIl// in April C .

i >
'I :"". "' > 'Mistress of Mellv the next ,, 10 anti 1 IITtv I

I production of Riptide'' I'lavers, will > ",nl S portormnnci will,
: be presented: at the "It I I If\, Methodist I benefit:I Marti CoumAssoc:'"
P t c hurch ol' Stua, ,t 'I I2 South lion. tor Mem I Health '
f'J 0 Mrs Orvl I \ "Ilior will direct I .i IRIDRKKSIN) fflttCEy
Albany Avenue 8 9.
on \pril cast which In>'totes: (rank IVStefano -
I 11Ola I lister. Ask Tn\
: 1 liar I Hen l'hasc Bridal Shower
\ Gale \\o>xls Pal at'm.t
Good,,; ht.K'aft:
.. *. Johnson and Millie Maltxsay,
a .
l Salerno/ for
", '" \ ; ".a. Wedding Is SetAt2:30SatHniay FvRlY SlTNIUSE SEHVll H
TI .. s -J rum INKIls' Linda GoodnightA 6
l-fj- s afA a.m.
I IflJRl'Il (;Rl''NIS
:! the Pet mlo.lel held a dessert
4':' 1. I... Mr. and Mrs J">hn Mahalcy Jr. luncheon with !I.IIII.'n Ihursday I bndal' shower was given in C rfTee and Roth' \fter !VnkIHST1VAL -
March l IQ at the Mavtnic. Tern honor of' Mist Linda Goodnight
MRS. 11>N\ WOIK honored at the Boat Club when of Port Salerno announce the engagement .
right was Anchorage Sunday seventy-five pie JI"te"cre Mrs \\a\ne at he'i home in Port Salerno onI
friends gave: her a surprise hinhdiv part\ [n ,)inll the buffet nipper with Mrs. Wolf arc lift to and approaching mar MI\III"n. 1'.11', |r R. II I : I mvl"i\ evining March 17 I 1 SERVICE; ; 10.30
right Mrs Wolf mother Mrs. Anna ,K Liable, and Art and Orace f\lIlIer. rage of their daughter I L i ind a Mrs, Margaret Hall Mrs I caws were Mm Rosalie ,It."t-I, \VI1H HOLY ('OMMUI\ION) ... ; a.m.
Goodnight. li> Ri uce Kraft son of Carpenter Mrs GraceM. 1Ii1n.I and Mrs. Donna ( ."...lnillht."m'1 .
'- ---- --- -- -- Mr and Mrs Gcorcc krati. ,Kolw .
---- -- Mrs, I cats t,.irdiur. and \ Ih.altcnhnlt were
Hntclrinsons Talk Rodgi Paine Prizes time won b\ Mrs Mna Mahnlcy, Mr Gei'rge,
Twenty-three Yachts DockedAt The wedding will tike place at Mrs \ndiew I ,i'rrara Mrs. L I I' Knit Mn. B Smith Mrs Char
1 On Art Matters to the Presbyterian) Chinch m Hobo ''Mall \. hits. M\mi Gnibb. Mrs lottt Cole. Mm linn Gnlfin. LAn.. nHDEE;IER niliRAN CHURCH
Xi Gamma PMs Sound. Saturday Match 28 at Maru. \ lai\! Mrs Uv Ijitlimer da I iii?, Susie and IXtnna Shi'I Iiw .
Langford Marina Recently 2:JO p.m. A reception' in the and I Mrs I call Gardrur; and the Samlia and Susie VVorden,
Cvcmplar Chapter Xi Gamma church garden will follow the I door pare bv Mrs. Madeline Vidslcen Mr \gmsGnll. Mrs,!.Hill Mrs East Ocean Boulevard

Phi, Beta Sigma Phi met I last I Langford Marina continues to Petersburg:, "Azahar," Mr. and ceremony invited Relatives and friendsare Sheet t cake wills a Si Patucks J Kn,, Seiiiry. Mrs Debbie Dim-
Diy miH f was served bruit and Mrs, V\ayn Powell
Thursday night at the home of atttract yachtsmen as evidenced I Mrs Howard P. Hoffman, Tallahassee -I __
Mrs. Gallman Stuckey on Oscc- by this past weeks. trails A total Black Top."
ola Street of twenty-three yachts tied tip in Mr. and Mrs A O \\'ambackVcro .
Guest speakers for the evening the Manna, with eight coming! Beach \\Tiitecap;" Mr and
were Mr. and Mrs Jim Hutehm from other Florida areas Mrs J E. PrcMicn, Dccrlicld
son, noted husband wife artist Most of the out-eil-staters, according Beach. 4
team, of Stuart, who spoke on to doikmasler Perry Kuk.. Out-of slaters included Mr. and! a ,
art appreciation for the la>man. were northern !bound Mrs Karl B Smith Jamestown,
I A lively question and answer session i One of the famous guests to arrive R. I I.. Btngalore! ;" Mr. and Mrs.
followed Mr. Hutchmsoni this past week al l the Manna J. K. "Knoerlc! Baltimore Md.,
talk and to dine at Frances Lanllf'rl's'Outtlll8er Scud;" Mr and Mrs J. MctcalfeII
following the program, a brief restaurant was a Swiss Kenncbunk. Me., lalisman
business meeting was conducted banker II:'
by the presidt.nl Mrs. Hormc Slo- Mr and Mrs. Herman Wild ol : Mr. and Mrs W. B. Van Wag! ,
cum Zurich Switzerland. were Marina per Arlington, Va.. "Rip.lute;"
New officers elected were: president guests aboard their Villama VI Mr and Mrs E. W. Hi kill. Mid I
Mn Liz Finley; vice president Hondtans and their yachts included dletown Del. Bohemia;" Mr and
Mrs Peggy\ Combs; treasurer. I Mr. and MtG i.: M U>ef- Mrs. M lcolnll'echo' Tetouint, yPij
Mrs' 'Snookie Bow Kn. recoiJ nero Fort Laderd.IcMIMred\ ;" Va.. -IhlMjL::: iir.and.Mw' -L:,
lug secretary, Mrs flays Meanings Mr. niW" Mr,Jack fauJ\.ner.I'ahu\. in F: OhrtW\ MoriXtowrt, I N. J., .. ..4. ; "J..
and corresponding e fetary, Beach Britches" "Ocevia." \0. ,' ...
Mrs. Laura Sluckcy. These officers Mr and Mrs Waller (Collier Mr. and Mr. R F l\xwr[ Old
will assume" their dunes at Fort Lauderdale "Kayco XV;" II lync, (\mn" Southerly.! ."' Dr and
the first meeting in May Thehostess Mr. and Mrs. W. L Gorton. 1e- Mrs Edward: J. Waters, Little :
served punch and cakes __ questa "Tang;;' Jim Crump St. Silver N J.. "Idna Mae;"
/ i.?! 0101" ""'''n'I.rI d
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Mr: and Mrs L:, N. Bmckway.Greenwich .
Aweigh;; Mr and Mrs U. B.
(,rant. South Norwalk Conn., "Ulna -
4-CYCLE-55 OUTBOARD i I ;" Vice Admiral And Mrs. Edward )

M Parker McLean, Va,
Ihrcc Star:" George Purvis", )raycltcvillc WITHREWARDING

Cuts Gas and Oil N C., "Donna Evelyn. 1'r
New arrivals at Langford Villas ,
I include Mr. and Mrs Murray 'tif
"Katz and son Bcserty Hills", Calif;
Mr and Mrs Fred Whctton. Need
Cost in Half I ham Mass; Mr and Mrs Phil e ,
J. Kilcv Marion, Ind
I Mr and Mrs Richard C. Heck TRUE COlATASTE
Madison Ind; Mr and Mrs 1 Dan' fr ,.e;
West Palm Beach!
nie Downey : ;. ,
Mr and Mrs \\aller J. Oolan
North Palm" !Beach; Mr. and Mrs L 1 -
R I)' Tobtis' )r., Palm Beach J J44f !
Mr. and Mrs. lyle C WilsonVashmgton ;
\ D.I C; Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs, Ivan S. Pobson, ,
Greenwich. Conn; Mr and Mrs \ Now you can satisfy that natural yearning

Phillip Dr. and Smith Mrs.. Lau:H. Gallic K. Cook, Bay j for refreshment and still stay slim.New Patio

Cny. Mich : Mr. and Mrs. W E. I I Diet Cola contains less than one calorie per
11'rlson. Kalama/oo. Mich .
Of serving It's sugar free,yet It tastes delicious.

Th. rtmarkabl new Homelila 4-Cycl cuts your pal and ell Betty Abbott Is !t. \ Gives you true cola taste because it's made

coil In half'at top speed..wen mar at cruising' speedJttt! \ New President : with true cola ingredients by Pepsi.Cola

clean burning gasoline only, not a mixture of gas and oil And Ispsilols Zeta ioIErcoL A Ii 1; i Company. Be modern, lOOk modern. Try it

feting an automotlv*-typ. engine, It burnt less ,as throughout Sigma Phi met Thursday evening, I .t today New Patio Diet Cola, the refreshingway

It* rated horsepower rang than ordinary outboard Find the March: 19 at the home of Mrs stn rxlt i CAtoall oIR S9 ln6 r dr : ::1. to stay slim. In economical HalfQuarts.NEW .
new freedom of Cycle. outboardingt Get more power, more Ronnie Nelson, Palm C fly. Guest ; \ '
speaker was Lentone Roll director '- > fOR YOU FROM PEPSLCOLA
JJ speed more mile per dollar with the exciting .roe rr.wuw., ,., COMPANY
of music at Martin County
new Homellte 4.Cycl*-H. High School '4, t rlt.

__ ,165. HP, 1-tycle, eyllndff lections were held end the 1.1 .
new officers arc: president Mr.
+ cut pee and oil Coal In half :
Betty Abbott: vice president, Mrs ; ;
no gas-oil; mla Nelson; recording secretary, Mrs ,
V a* reliable a* a modern Joan Gibson; corresponding secretary f : ,, "II
automobile Mrs Mary Hudson; treasurer I 'l\A i
Mrs Beverly Wolfe; hi-coun- \ : \
cil Mr. lindl Ri- 't
representatives I '; r
Come In For A Free naltlu and Mrs. Betty Robinson ; .
The chapter held a hootenanny f 'i
Trial Run Today! party Saturday evening March
21 I at the home of Mr and Mrs ,
Richard Granficld St. Lucie I:s- .: PATio PATIO PAIIOIDIi201t
fates. Member 0 f Zl Gamma 'f o1E1COl'
chapter also attended A buffet r .
supper was served.tINAL ,, i



AND MARINE"Service Monday March 30 vlll mark
the last meeting of the Tourist ;
Club for the season at the Youth k'i

Supreme ,1 I t Stuart Center This "AuIJ Lang Syne"
meeting will begin at 6 pm with J
Tackle & Marine"U.S. a covered dish nipper and there 14'ri

will be a program to follow ',: .t DIETCOLAf

1 and Frazier Creek AT 7-2166 Meat now account for about f L a 3ry m ,rte'' emu,>;ate' ,
.-. '- '" -T. : : ,- .
oo. fourth of the stopper food wareiagmat6tryoatsaroa masoes..aszaessr .aatAtraerawr's- s


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I B THE STt ART (Ola.> NEWS Thursday, March 26, 1964 Baptists Plan c----- rSOCIETY :: ")

Sunrise ServiceThe NEWSApril !

Baptist Chapel of Palm City
Broward I will hold Easter Sunrise! servicesat :
I II." :
Palm City Park at 6 a.m. The
: pub! 5 is invited to join in the 17 Meeting Is Set to I

sirs ce.An;
egg hunt will be held at the
L rL home of Mn Don Kahle, Eastf Plan Women Voters League
n shth Street at :2 p m. Saturday
I 11 I
I Ir beginner and primary classes' I There will he an open meeting en. said Mrs. Wilbur Forrest t .lIhl|

47 R OChAN BLVD. \f 7.1737 Ps I ., Garden Club MeetsPalm I on April 17 at 8 p.m, it the community I Mw Jam Roos co-chuirmen "I i
meeting room at the First the exploratory )group
Most Complete Drug Store in Martin C;o. City Garden Cub met I National Bank building for the All women\ of Martin Comb II
March 19 at the home of Miss I purpose of discussing the forma are Inv ed to attend the discussion
OPFN MON IIIRl S,\". rjft: ( AM. 'IIL 9 r.\I. Mabel Pinney, hostess. with Mn tion of u League of Women Vot- which will be led open b\ MrVlyrl ,-

OPEN SUSI>\\' \\J..IZ: :U P\L! 6 PM-9: PM atherine Angcll as co-hosleu ---- ----- -- ---
Srivey of West Palm Beach,
Mrs. Susan Nyflcr called the
GUILD MEMBERS: ATUND: I a member of the board of Leagueof
to order. Reports were
meeting and officer elected for the EAST: toisr DEANERY: Women Voters of Florida '
J8MB M given I
ANY : coming jear A donation I was given : AT Rn'II.R.Bunl The League of Women Votersi I,
BROW ARD CAN REFILL to the Red Cross bv the club I The East Coast Ocancrv of the non-partisan organization. csiah,
PRESCRIPTION Mrs. Bessie Wilcox hud a dinplay Miami Diocesan Council of Catholic lished in 1921 to promote acnu
REFILLABLE I of wild flowers about whicha : Women held a meeting March participation of citizens on puernmem
regardlere of where ORE t NAT.LYa FIlL : r very interesting discussion was 18 at the Colonnades Hotel. Sing- .
time held er Island, Riviera Beach The J April 17 meeting will in.
rgilohefllft -. I Mrs Catherine
aivingsland ...rvlnfcel\ Present were: Sixteen members of St. Joseph clod efscussion of not only the
ARD for I I. Mn Henrietta BursimMn
quality or better III'fY Guild and the Rev Father Jan formation of a provisional league/
buy higher Jane Fsch, Mrs Anna Ho-
ry, can't 4 Januszcwski, pastor. attended this here ,but will cover the purposesand
Mn Margaret Homan Mrs
lice man
\ ,
WHY PAY MORE? \ Clara Jerome Mrs Barbara Lynt, spring 1iCion.Election .rtmciples1ml
I Mn Jessie Moschcll Mn, Susan of officers was held
Nvfler, MM Elizabeth Patterson, and there was a program of speak. a has set a goal of cst.h.
w. nwrr. the Bahl b limit awnlilia, : ('. ,, ',,'" Mrs Inez Pinney, Mrs Georgia crs Preceding the luncheon Mass lishing 8.200 family planning elm
x 10 I Stewart Mrs Bessie Wilcox, Miss was celebrated at St Francis of Ics by 196ft The country has ,,II i_
I Mabel Mn C. L. Parker ASSISSI i Church Riviera Beach. ready established more than 1.800OFF!
HENRY G. KINDRED presents n bonus check to Mrs, Tern Dale. in employe. kindred presented Pmncv
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Eiirni bonus checks \to sixteen employes whose years with the supermarket total:, eighty-seven The bonus I and three visitors. Mn Fred

I is paid on a scule governed by the number ol yea s each eniployq] bus been with\ the firm, Kindred ex Eaton Miss Ellen .Rogers and
Miss Irene GrmdlerCFNF
,pinned' This Is the sixth year thai these checks have been presented,

i//eel// I Charles! Eugene Dig by has ON ALL
PALM CITY NEWS Mrs Pearl Ziglcr sister of Mrs. finished hoot training at Great
Gordon McDonald left Friday Lake. III. and spending a four. JEWELRY & PICTURES
EASTER MRS. ANITA nillTF, Corresponiknl 287.!S582! to visit. relatives in nchhurg, I IVII. |! teen-day leave with his wife, I.iz.
and parents, the C. d Digshysdolden ,
I I. ___ __ .,IIIe"Mt!" tr""'" I Gate Many Other Items Reduced
Marvin Wiseman, Sam BlackS I He report back to New London .
BASKETS Civic Organization Meets C? Hcatwole. L B. deputy Conn.. submarine base for
eight weeks more schooling SEE OUR URGE SELECTION OP FASIFR CARDS
hulls Ham ano Mrs B. Payne
Beautifully! decorated, His wife is staying with her
cellophane wrapped Will Sponsor A Pony Team of ayncshoro, Va, were. all recent -I parents, the A. C. Fortunes on
j.- \ I II visitors to Ihe home of C 1 1fliytor I. I Tenth Street while he is away. ODDITY SHOPC'OI.ORADO

At the Palm City Civic Orginialion Palm City Youth Cluh dances on Ninth, and Cornell. I I
", 9SC.p The largest king-size mattresses
I i meeting o n Tuesday Saturday nights.' Mrs. Carmen I lJ Isk was a patientin : hoe more than 60 per cent more
March 17. final Mcps were takenon Several new members joined Martin Memorial Hospital and i sleeping area than standard-hize AND O'jCJ'.oLSl"REJT:

rr Filled toys,with novelties candid, Charles Rowe proposal that; the club All members were askedto is home now confined under nuring .,I double beds ____ -. --_ _h_
the organization sponsor a Pony work for a larger membershipand care.

Also 1,29 & 1,59,, I League baseball team for Palm urge people to register and ,,1 Mrs. Gala Hughes wife of Circuit .,..
City boys vote in all elections. Judge W O Hughes Fort s

fxl Howard was named manager Wayne, Ind., is a guest of the I
of the team Members Rowe District 2 Director I Arthur Brauns, ,
Ed Miller and the Civic Club
contributed Talks to FellowshipA Mr. and Mrs William Pope,
the fees needed to equip I New Bern N. C., are visiting his!
..EASTERPLUSH the team very interesting meeting was ; parents, the James Vandifords. 1
held Wednesday, March 18 at the
the organization also !
sponsors Congregational Church by the Mrs Travis Stone and daugh'' .
Women It ten returned Friday from Canton, r
Fellowship begin at
10 am with Rev Laurie Sharp
Housewarming Held I
STANDINO ORSITTINQ 1 lecturing on the Book of Roman; ,. Mr I and Mrs George Musser
IUNNIEI For the Karl Homans This is the last of a series of Lenten I and Mr and Mrs Irvin Graham,I 'I
M'93c studies by Rev Sharp. Boalsburg, Pa. visited In the John I II i
ubeeypde Mr and Mrs Earl Homan, who Following the study members Patterson home three days last
have been here since Decemberwith cut and sewed crib quilts for the week I
his mother, Mrs Margaret! needy. MARTIN COUNTY
Ionian, moved last week to vero In the afternoon, Mrs Barbara I Mr. and Mrs Harry Grey, I
I Iatwred Beach, where he is employedOn Ko/clka reviewed\ the bookBrandfe'T Chirdon, Ohio are visiting Mrs '
plush cuddly ...
(irey's brother and family, the -
toy. :' Wednesday, March_ 18 in onhe inTTn, by Ad-
the early afternoon, a group of dison J. fastmm, and introduced Myrlen Meads
... friend and relatives motored thereto Mrs Anne Root, West Palm Beach, Mrs. Warren Meilander and
DO IT YOURSELF .... give! them a housewarmmg District 2 director. She spoke about I daughter, Merry, Cleveland, Ohio, I pledge! a continued effort to give the citizens of this county
\ .= ." '. .. The group included: Mr and the workshop to he held! in Lake her Mr and!
EASTER BASKETS!( are visiting parents
Mr. Homer Cruhh, Stuart; Mr Worth in April. Mrs Dan Wentz. I the best of service and complete cooperation during my new un.
See Broward's Com ',' f: and Mrs Lester Brouse, Mr and Tea !served! from musical teapots : I opposed term of office.ALVIN.
Mrs John Most-hell, Mr and Mrs, and cookies were served froma Mr. and Mrs Mark Baker, Mrs.
plete Line of Easter Waldo Homan, Mrs Margaret beautifully decorated table centered Aline Sennc and Mr. and Mrs
Candles & Novelties! .J Homan and Mr. and Mrs J, D. with an arrangement of fern Gay Jerome were Friday. night
Add -F.d;.,! ter ....... .ppheaU.,, a. I 4tir' .uijll Sunday. Patterson Palm City, Mr, and and gladioli. supper guests of Mrs Peter Ko- N. ANDREWSMARTIN
Mrs Irvin Graham and Mr and Mrs Ko/clka and Mrs Leona chen, Jensen Beach
Mrs George Mussel, Boalshurg, Smith were hostesses. Mr. Jean
EASTER !lNB Mr and Mrs Winston Ying
HEY KIDS Pa. McClung furnished the decorations
w ling and family and Mrs Marietta COUNTY TAX COLLECTORPaid
try b Stores. Simply color the blank: in :
Yinglmg Sunday
I /
CONTEST :: return :your; Broward Drug Store. CONGREGATIONAL I ANNA \ \ tana with friends ( Political Advertisment

M .. _.
CHURCHFaster CIRCII: I\IH1S Mrs Ruby longshore and Miss -- -- -- -

week began Sunday with I The Anna I Laura Circle met Ruth Parrish, West Palm Beach,
the celebration of Palm Sunday Wednesday, March 18 at the were Sunday guests of Mr and
Maundy Thursday will be celebrated church with eight members present Mrs, Herman Miller.

,,r.a' 'kj' J G with a candlelight communion I I Mrs Julia Lane was in chargeof Kenneth Moore attended the NO CHARGEFOR
h service at 7:30 p.m. food the program and read pamphlets first. orientation session for his
Friday community service is at entitled, Equality of Values coming historical and religious
the First Methodist Church, Stuart and nhstmcnt I Without travel seminar this summer, with
from noon to J p.m. Rev Service" the Youth Fellowship at Union SERVICE ON MOST OF
Ijiwric Sharp has been asked to The next meeting will be April Congregational Church, West Palm OUR
conduct one period of the service. 15 AU members are urged to attend Beach Sunday CI1HCKING ACCOUNTS
Hilli Mill cHoeoim WHITMAR'S An Caster egg hunt will be heldat as the election of officers
3 p.m. Saturday at the homeof will he held Freest t Nagcl and Miss Irene
LUDENSFUNNY MARSHMALLOW- NUT & Mrs, Ida Williams for the The April 15 meeting t will heat Grmdler Bronx, N. Y., are house
mailer children of the Sunday the home of Mrs Alice Mallory l guests of the W. P.
FUDGE school. Fast Sixth Street. Angell".d NO CHARGEFOR


49C 27 79 To The People of Martin CountyI POSTAGE ON YOUR MAIL DEPOSITS

duo suds chloafe NO CHARGEFOR
', Udytau Packed Infancy FruIt a4 nut

and other. egg crate. er ......89c i I would like to take this opportunity to thank

PARS EGG DTE KIT CiUrtyl Dimniim I9a slId up i DEPOSITS

CHOCOLATE EGOS SilM Milk' Cktitlit.... 890 j the people of Martin County (for allowing me to

JELLYBEANS, \tyfn.\ Cell, ..r........... 270 NO CHARGEON

;;;f!"'" be renominated to the schoolboard, District 4, i



S Ptta6Luttd Tdlt I lUll tow. 1 .7_7 I WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE

l"" ,.,. I appreciate your confidence and I promise

JUST WONDERFUL Hair Spray ...... 14.

ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN For CIIII.r....... 21.41. each of you that I shall continue to serve to the First

ST. JOSEPH aSPIRIN Fir Adults..II': Bank of Indiantown

.ncrmiM TABLETS B UU .! 100. ... ill'
best of ability.
very my
BEXEL MPM yiiiiilMMi" Plus In1Asrals2,49 l IMMANTOWV, FLORID

DROPS Parks Dull* NOos.,2.i8 @J' e
ABDEC Telephone 5974111
Sincerely, .... ,

Frank DeStefano



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C? .
A $10] ORDER
C, I'nuplro Good Murch 26 21, 28
Limit OM to Milt cu.twn.rl
Complete Line of CUT and POTTED FLOWERS FOR EASTER At Popular Prices. /
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Kindred's where you find the finest Foods
available for your family And at big TURKEYSlb.
savings too! You will\\\ find name brand
canned goods, the finest meats, anywhere,
the most fresh produce Packaged for
your convenience Everything! is plannedto
make your shopping cnsy-Come in and
sec! lb.

? 4 1
ICNP l cE)soNI.1155IUIL ('urROUND
STEAK Ib. 79cf

l 5d !J IIONI I i-ss SIRI OIN

Ii FOR 2ge "':t TIP ROAST I IUIIIS lb. 98c




MORTON' FROZENDINNERS:TAULA ,Ib.39cIb.49c ,b.Bge HAM lb., 89c

2 for 83c LEAN: \\FSURN SHOD: t.

& Cheese PKG. 29c
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CWFS FRO/FN IRPVII sy 01. JAR 25c QUART5OZ.JAR 49c Ib. 3&t


J 3c
8-oz.PKG. NO.1 TALL CAN 5 Sc
115 ._.._


MILK 5 QT. PKG. 45 22-DI. 6 5 e IUIU

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(II !MJI SIRAIMI> HIVNOIDS: What A Dollar Buys At Kindred's!
Fresh Florida ProduceFRESH
10 JARS 9ge REG. ROLL 33SUIICII Corn 6 Cans $

___ ___
c CAT FOOD IAS\ LIQUID Plums 4 21/2 Cans
Dry Bevarage 8-28 Oz. Btls.NH .
FIRM CALF. DOG FOOD Cookies 3 16-Oz.Pkg.
c 25LB. BAG $189 t.KNT

Lettuce HEAD 19 SHOP ATKINDRBD'S CHEER 7ge IIRBVSTomatoe Juice 3 46-oz. Cans

AND SAVE Sugary Sam Yams 5 303 Cans 99c

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FANCY SLICING BASKET C Swift Truckload Fertilizer Sale PRICES COD: 11JL'RIiU\Y.IRIlHY 1 ANT SULRDVYURCII 19,20,21,1964

2 9 ...
TomatoesSWEET OF 10Lb. ----
Free Gold
5 0
VlGQIO Bond Stamps! .
bwnFu With PiirchiM of Thin

3 3ge SO Ih. $J79No
Potatoes ::1i bag
'I 11. J (oupon Necwwiry 4SUPERMARKET-


3 FOR 19c 50-lb.. bag $1.15,
AIL PURPOSE ROSE Foot-A7\LEA Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m
VIGERO ANY 2 S-LB. BAG 97 Friday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.UYARADE /

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4.B THE SIX ARf (FIa.) !NEWS Thurwluy, March 26 vMrI

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PRIDE BONELESS: COOKED Whole or SEankHalf avenge Ib 47 c : I

CANNED HAMSFF ;i t Butt Portion lb.43c PORTION 3 7 0' isis

i t Center Slices n>. 89c lb. .
IB. --

r $399can -- ,." .,. :...::

J !!!i: QUICK FROZEN GRADE "A" YOUNG '_' 7 \ p : ,', i
"No Coupon !Necessary"'\ :- :} i ,. J

GRADE A QUICK Hens fROlENStewing --m 39.c !- BROAD BREASTED .V' : ;, 'J r .

\\ESURN U Spare, S. CHOICE SMALL Ribs: : WISIIRN: LEAN REEF..h. 4c Af d :,; t I

Chuck Steaks. lb. r45* i TUIlKEYS I Iii

Roast U. S. CHOICE: REEF: CAL1IORMV lb.59c

ROBERT I CROMWELL: president of the Community Federal'
QUICK FROZEN GRAIN\ \-l8to20lb. i 10 to 14Jb.Average Savings and Loan Association of Riviera Beach, will peuk< .)11
lb.35c My 1962 Trip Behind the (Iron Curtain to Halpatiokcc Chipu.
Stuffing Mix 2 pkg.'. 39c 9 5! of the Daughters ot the American Revolution The meeting s,
IRISH: "FISH rr 3 1- tte4 March 11 I. in the
:III A & P WHOLE: or JELLIEDIi : I scheduled tor 8pm on Tuesday community!

King Steaks. .... ...... 45c Cranberry Sauce cAn': 23c Ib '._ room of the First t National Bank The public is welcome

Scallops lb. 69C ii talllill 1I1II iIUi1iilaUiiLll.iliililili'l! I I R I ili: IIII:I I tl '1'111111. I Mrs Henry Hinson Is District I

._._ ....... ......... Winner Orange Dessert Contest
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: iiiuiii.f Winesap All Purpose Fresh : '., ..1'l''l!, I
7 Mrs Henry J.J Hmson Rio i Glade and Okeechobce
Irso Boulevard is the area winner of Mrs Hinson! who has hti.ii
1. & APPLES ASPARAGUShl : 14 the statewide orange dessert contest cooking for twenty-five years, Kill
sponsored in the eastern area compete in the state finals April
With this Coupon and punhu .! l by the Florida Power and Light. 23.2< at Winter Haven where H..
I YUBAN I Company, according to Miss Betty will be sponsored by the Honda
2 29c 39cFIRST
p I LbS. Lb. .
INSI'ANT 5oz.COMIC ,_ Ann Stewart home service representative Citrus Commission, and cosponsored
I $115 : for this cenipany.Airs. by the states major power
Jar .
.\ Hinson entered her orange companies
I Coupon food thru M.rch 2., Ml*.s3j $ OF THE SEASON % party cake in the contest at the As her prize for winning the

Lii... ___.. __________ .: .;: West power Palm companv Beach. March office, of 18 the The area an contest electric, Mrs range Hinson If she received should'
r. ---- ii.r---i---------: ( : eastern area includes Vero Beach win at the state level, she is eligible -
CANTALOUPES 3 For on the north Boca Raton on thesouth for an all-electric kitchen as
jU $100 and av i ,1 r west as Belle I I first prize.'SUfFaR .
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with i6I. Coupon MI* Purahu. of We Also Have ; '

KETCHUP( bottles j ,
I 0 Coupoi good;thru M....M, Ml*.3.2S 1 HYDRANGES : .PAI". : ?

.L .. Z3_, ... r__J ""- tin.
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HMDffTAMPfl Large Eggs ... 2 l'In.dOlfn of 95c Preserves ..... 'Jllr; 29c Apple I Pies .. .l.'ilb.each 39c THCRMO-CYCLOPAD(h..t-.nd-m..agt pad) I 'i', )

A & P QUICK FROZEN A & P BRAND !SPECIAL JANE!' P\RkER, GERMAN: : CHOC. tn.Ip.0.11.v. pain* *t .
Wilt this .
Cnipn sad ol
VICTORY BRAND Potato t t Morsels I pklo 1lb. 19C Grape Juice 21t.ttr69c. Lake 1 Ib... cake:10-.t. 69c< .

Coupon good thru M....M Mia 1 as Sweet t Peas$1.lI Ind! 99c Scot t Towels I 3 ItlulIl roll8 $100 Cookies 3 pkWio H -Ib $100 .tlloolIl/-tllo."o..tI,ehr.nIo

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BBMB1 SkVlHiam* SPECIAL! GREEN GIANT GOLDEN WHOLE KERNEL and massage have long been among the most widely acceptedand
r.i recommended aids in relieving minor pains of arthritis,bursitis,
PLAID l rheumatism,fibroeitas,lumbago,and related ailments.The Niagara
I. &b'G NIBLETS CORN 4 : Thermo-Cyclopad often both heat and maaoage in a flat,comfort
I STAMPSWith ens'C able pad to sit on,lie on,lean against,..use aU over the body.The
I combination of heat and deep, DEEP penetrating Niagara CycloMaasage -
I' TtU Coupon u4 Pnnh. o( action helps soothe pain of muscle and joint.,.help.ease
ANN PAGE I SAVE AT A&PI FORMOSA CHOICE SLICEDPINEAPPL stiffness..aids in keeping, joints and muscles loose and supple.
WCLOVHOLEES11Vs.o.19C I But even more,regular use ol Niagara Cycle-Massage will help
1 1-lb. 4- you rent and relax.increase circulation .ease tension and
I Coupon food thru March 21, MI.,1.iS rr E 2 oz'49c fatigue help you to a wonderfully refreshed, relaxed sense of
t tJ cans well-being., ".,NIAGARA'wonderful world of well-being!"
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.j' Easier Candies A HEAT/handy-MASSAGE.portable SET set...Includes the '
Jane Parker Holiday Favorite New Prices Th.rmo.Cycfop.d Hoat-Manage Set toSIt
: IJris{ Vta Jrt 1 BRACh'S LARGE on, He on, or lean against the
versatile Hand Unit for localized: massage
.1 FRUIT CAKES Baskets all over the body... end an stt'activ "
I.. With this Gup..nd p..r *'''...

: E jn BISCUIT purchase of 3 fur 29< C I I 3 lb g$2.49 5i; g$3.99 Each 1.3 Q @
tt Tin *> 7OKIIIMORE
I coupon tool thru Mirth 3S Mia 3 21 II Only . .

l i !!!!!!!! !!:ot.tJ: \\ : ASSOKIIJ) LI $ living
I Coast to Coast Sherry, Port, All Varieties : 29cI.UDEN'S Icy
SUNSHINE\ III 110CRACkKRS 10-ol. Jelly Eggs
: boll 2 9MORION'S C: NIAOAIA CYClO-MASIAtl action Is Unique.... 'In NIAGARA'Swonderful
SWEET WINES5th CHOCOLATE RABBITDandy combine vertical, horizontal and circularmotions world
DONUTS I I FROZEN 10-ol.pklt. 39 C Andy ;Nk; 29c action which to create pnietrate e pleasant deep,anything, DEEP: gentle down of weB being'
to help you loot better in many waysSap.
MORION'SIROZI.N. io.of.pkg.\ 25c \\ORI11MORE NON:\! PVRHL TODAY PO" ..
% -
5-ol. Gum Eggs .. ....... .'p 33c
INSr\N'f COIIF.E: Jnr $129 ?==:::::
LAND SWISS C1IIISE pkg.59c *- - -" Stamps PRICKS: IN THIS AD GOOD /ll ....
> .ir YOUR BIRI'IIDAY' IS IN I\I.\Rlll dual forJ' I1) Save OnlyFine ,1 .rp
COFFEE tlI 85 C gel to RENEW YOUR DRIVtRS LICENSE: 1x1'.. Gifts Faster : CYCL.Q..M; : :'O''. I r
- - Open 8:30: to 6:30:
INe .IIAT TUNTIC t PACIFIC Tvc COMPANY INC "r",--ts..re' ..,.

1 BABY FOOD 8:30: to 9 Friday Free Demonstrations .

lc 200 8:30: to 7 SaturdayVALLEY Financing Can Be Arranged _
8 i= 89c SALE 4p.k. 32C bite 27 C


OIL I SLICED: BEETS Frozen Drinks CAT FOOD "Located In the Beautiful Manatee Marina"

24 box size 87 c 1".plot bottle 69c ;' 19C 2 :: 23c 3 Cal: 47' 3 ::- 65c Box 535, Port Salerno AT 70050MORRHL (



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TTTT STl',\RT Florida) NFW

I Ihundu). Murib" 26, 1964 SB

I .,.1\0.1\ x; ............. -: .

I I Real Estate For Sale 90

, flITh'ttib1Ii' ; 5. 'sM's1ww.'' ___. .us..... "

! BY owner Beautiful lot with

I I River trees Shores. Pme Lake Reasonable Drive, Terms North

ti stilt Stuart AT 7.5868. or Boca

Raton 1954186. .?.26 ((90)

.. ... ,__ ._ ', arHrwvv __ .... .s .W. ---- -
... .Lr--1j. .fu1ISL
: TillS ,, <;t. 1/msvm.i. : .,j. ) < -- ( OZY 2 bedroom, I bath homein
.?" % SYMBOL FOR RENT 35 HELP WANTEI S & SI.R' l'l.s 63 For Sale, MUcrituntoui 78 I Real Estate For Sale 90 REAL FSTATF FOR '(tI F 9(1() I ihama Terrace. Like new

I / MEANS 11IVTRLADtRS ______ _____ _. mtssaa." &,. ,'......' '..... ..' ...e ......,;.., .. .., II -T- sirSAl S.-.v,c,'*.<, i w '*. .. ar- --"v&e-.i.._ condition Separate breakfast
VACATION t. On ill appliances now at CORNER I la $850, adjoining SALE: three hcdroi'n two baths porch. patio, small ultra-modern
PAY 10 READ NOW Renting, 8 small one bed North Riser Sh.rcPI and kitchen circular drive, while concrete
REDUCED S OO.OO) reduced prices at Hendry Trading lot. $7So High and Dry
Serve neighbors during
room Apu> Furnished, with tile your 287 Patio. Furnished or unfurnished tile roof. Only $14200, no
YOUR ADS hours Become Center opposite TnCountyGas price Telephone
IN venient an
bath screen porch. terrazzo floor Consider rent to adults Call 287 financing costs M. P. Nelson,
Write Avon Like new Thunderbird double in Golden Ciate. tf ((78) 4641 Write Hex 437 Jensen
insulated cathedral ceiling, over Representative 4845 AT 7.1279 tf ((90)) Realtor 12:: < E. Ocean Blvd.. Stu-
---- -- -- Beach. tf ((90)) or
looking (10-acre() hike and acer P. O Box 2427 Vcro hull runihout 35 hI'. Evin- .. .. .. 1 :26:
hmrl tfu. county -- ---- -- art, 2R1-.H M 6. ((90))
} Fla 3-2b< (( i) rude with trailer. Pirteet for COW Manure l 1'1 yds. $12. 2 1------ --- '
park. Plenty parking area. Low -- _. skiing or fishing A boatload yds., $15 l 7\ard\ load, $42 Alsc LOOKING for l a good family GOOD; Income Propem Duplex INCOME- --- in- the -heartof -
price rental. $5000 month SALES ladies steady year of extras including and mulching hay. AT 7-0979. tf (78) home priced under $20MX)7 3 2 bedrooms! and carporte each. property
top Two and
Sluart. one
Walking distance grocery store. Inquire earnings $100 mlnlh-part windshield I i :. $591 Call; 287- bedroom, l\t bath, all electric One side furnished Will accept late ( .
U! UDII J across from Martin County
The cottage
DIAL Seven C's Grocery Storeon or evenings Age kitchen. double carporte. Excellent model car or lOll as purl payment .
U. S. No. I I. one mile northof over. Apply Eagle Army 1.26 ((63)) Wanted lo Buy (Mitt) 81 location in Stuart Less than Also 4 bedroom, 2 )bath house School Phone Owner 287.

ATlantic 7.1550 St Lode River Bridge. tf ((35) 880 S. Federal H\\y. 4-2 ( ) Al AI $14.O(XX() ) down, assume mortgage Call full basement AT 7 M41 S015-- --_------ .-26(90)- -(.--
__ I :_ 4-16 ((90)) .
WANT the best for 287-0877 3 26 ((90)) DOWNTOWN tuart. Small rooming
FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished Pro 68 price your I -_- -- -
To Place Your FAST SELL1 Go apartment. close in. SIR Call Martin County Golf Club. ___ "" JIILJa 1214.car?Merklc Call Ralph Motors.Bates Inc.at tf 287-(81)) 58 A. FARM, Highway frontage, SAL EI Reduced from ft' U.UOII) ) to hntlis house kitchen five dining bedrooms room, four and
287 hIS or 287.5569. tf ((35) further information call I I suitable for vegetables, cattle, $14,MM( ) to sell n >" I lovely 2- $1000 down,
LOW COST WANT AD living room easy
2774. 1 26 ( ) Ovcrsi/e I Ir.llicr i spaces """ ''1 '''' logs or citrus H,VIMS on property Bedroom 2-Hath CDS I It"me with Tel. 287-5199. 42 ((90)
CLEAN, furnished 2 bedroom jumbo patios All minus includ REAL E.$T,iTK FOR SALE 90 Near Indiunlown.Stuart. Map and waterfront privileges C' F. !Slo. erms.-. .-- -
house Inquire at office of Star- MALE shipping a ;d-7ec i telephone undent $20 per price on reqicst Telephone 844 cum Realtor Stuart 1 Iln.1 1 .1-:< ( WDISTRFVS ( ) IDR Sale: Indian River Drive
I lIe Trailer Park, 3 miles north of clerk, National Company I Boat dockage: cS per month J IIIIU"III U I 13". THURMOND KNIGHT ___ un (Ankona) 2 lMx032( ) adjoin.
NEWS HiM ADS Stuart on U. S. 1 I. tf (35) Box S c/o Stuart News. 5th and I neoln. Port Sa CANAl lot oil St. Lucw lot No. REAl TY. INC. I P. O BeiX \9998, SAL El! Owner mist\ lug lots Riparian rights Make

age. and qualifications. 4.2 ( ) Apply J. Shm. 416 E. Os 5, Hirbor Estates, 100x125, West Palm Bench. Flu 4 -9 (90)) sell Mltelllh over 251)) fee Utter Otto R Misch, 401 N. Riv.
MODERN one bedroom furnished ---- -- --- Stuart alter )h 126(68)( ) Best offer over $2,500. Lou Boek .
RATE: Five cents per average pm -- -- U. S. No. I frontage Ince reduced rside Drive, Pompano Beach, I1orda
will i I I available I I MAN wanted to supply --.-- -- -._- ert, 4940 N I 1'. 27 Terr. Pom '
word, minimum charge per insertion apartment be MY I LAST THREE lola left to sell to $18500 for quick sale C LSloeum Tel 941.56J3. 3.26 ((90)
$1 00 ( to twentyaverage March 15. Rent by week, monthor Products to consumers in mobile home Ritz Craft P no Beach, 111 399-0204} tf(90)( ) in Sunset iMnlcs on the North Realtor, 5)15)> {Colorad
words)r.r.u Words in ALL year. Located on river one Lucie County or Fort Pierce. IO S5. 3 bedrooms I 11.1 baths ----. Fork. olfered by the develiper.oui Ave. Stuart 1.2k ((90EXCtPriONA'LLY ))) I IAVF two bull.ling lists in Palm
CAPI fAL LETTERS, except first block from shopping r time to start No capital I 36 Florida room two refrig. FOR Sale by Owner; 4 100 ft. waterfront !, Vtcr Ut 12. with 200 ft. __, lake Park Will trade for late

word, count an two words each. E ScmmoleSt. Phone AT -tlii.tf Write Rawleigh, with freezers automatic lots Hi'h i and l1 frontage on the St I.ucie, 325 ft. : large rooms, iKxIel I trailer. Call AT 7.1074.
((35)) Memphis,_fenn__3.26 ( aluminum awnings over Sacrifice at $.9 a foot\, deep, at $100) ) a front U Lot 31. separate dining r'IUII' openi t to tf ((90)

White space above or below! or WE taking windows' Completely; furnished 25VS\ tf (90)) overlooking riVer, 100)) ft. by 148 porch fireplace two bedrooms, () c-cfr';; ; t ; -:-
within ad will be charged as the FOR rent or lease Port Sewallwaterfront for are now shirt girl i lot with fruit t trees, $6800 NEW two bedroom home one ft.. $1.MX). lot 35, on boat basin tile bath, 20x10 utility,I room, 2. BEST buy, betweenthe
number of words (five) that could home Two bedrooms, experienced Located 5th St.. concrete strive Land. bridges 600) ocean front,
N. car
terms on bath, corner lot, Legion Heights. with IV)) It. frontage and! also 118)ft. ) ) carporte
be printed in the blank line, or I I baths Stove and refrigerator our around quality work plant.for sober Steady S.llerno. AT 7-(0778) 4-2 ((68)) $10,990. Easy terms W. II Wag I. of paved rued trontage! $4.500) seuped, underground sprmklm) Includes 1200) ) of AlA I frontage
I 1600 I ( ) the
25 cents line. Bout dock. Phone 287 -- -- Will consider mob\ lu horn and approximately on
per Yearly. ble worker. All applications ncr Co., AT 7-4880 or AT 7.1696. See me on grounds daily, or phone system
4105 'I House trailer for trav down Phone AT 7 2058) ) I ndnn River. Foul depth of tract
Display Classficd ratei on tf ((35)) confidential J. Clyde : tf (isO) AT 7-1064) lit night, or write louis owner, -
Iy cling 16 to 30 Icet Call 287- 1-26 ((90) approuitiiately| 1600) ) Ocean front
--- --- Soter, P. O Box 1201, Stuart,
application. I PLEASANT bedroom furnished line, Mgr.. Comet Cleaners ---- 11111",1 I (for coml\1erclIIl, hotels, andfllOt')5.
one 3 26 ((68) OUR bedroom waterfront home. Fla 3 26 ((90))
cash ads Laundry, Kwik Chek ; I' .. WilY Inure'' King sued waterfront ) and, other side for
These arc rates, for cottage for rent. Center of -- --' -- .- --- \\ill trade tor vacant land. Write - pay duplex
brought or mailed to The Stuart town $(b(O month, )early rent. Call Center, Stuart, Ma: .___1-26 ( ) 17' and <4 Chevrolet Box 23, Stuart, Ilu tf ((90)) ST. I I.ucle I slates 1 small bedrooms lot in North River and rsdenlial i: Re17! : per
News with payment. If you are a 2875892 tf _(35)) WANTED Hard Top, neuly painted, ex --- ---.- -.- large dining aid living Shores near wide river Only fod M P Nelson 325I
Stuart News mail subscriber! or are who experienced do minor tires. Phone A r 74310\ HOME located in Stuart near area ('IIS. completely furnished $6 fO.)) M P Nelson. Keullor, Ocean Blvd. 287-3566
'listed in the Stuart telephone directory ONE bedroom house, furnished, and lady alterations can in 3-26 ((68)) schools 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Deluding air conditioning, city 325 E. Ocean Blvd,. Stuart 287) 3.26 ((90)
lights and water In Palm City our plant -' -- ---- -- central and healing 3566 .1..11:: ((1)0)))) -_ ._._-- --
you can place your ad by telephone Wickline airconditionmg water Reduced to $13 I ,900) I low lr--
Clyde Mgr.
10x45( -
Dial ATlantic 7.1350 and Call 2872137. 326(35)( ) carporte patio Complete sprinkler systemCaJIAF7031 down I pavment M P Nelson, --- --. --- -- -
Cleaners Kv ik I
& '
-- ---- Laundry r-coiulitionmg! pin heat l J'I |I. tf ((90)) \ J. REAL I5TV1E FOR SALE 19*
say 1 want to place a want ad. Realtor, t25 E. Ocean Blvd. 287H
FOR Rent in St. Lucic Estates Center Stuart,
Shopping bedroom Lxcellent condition --' Services Offered, MNC| 171A'O'
< 6. 3-25( ( () ...4ssr1_II' I U i-Ut.__ I
(90)OK )
Broadway Section 2 bedroom 1 26 ) I'irk V. !Mattel, South FOR Sale: I bedroom furnished ''
furnished or unfurnished house ;; ; Dr. .1 26 ((68) house Terms Close in Stuart r' -":.. ;;:::-":""::: ) .DIRS I uost-our

with enclosed! porch. Call AT 7- FLORIDA Registered ; .. Phone\ AT 75149, evenings ;' 135
Give your mail i I address aswell for progressive, growing Mill. Tf T RENT; FOR YOUR LWFD UNI'.IiMARRI.F. IttRG tIN
2648 326 ((35)) tf ((90))
as your telephone number chain Openings available i m Offered, Misc.. 71 -- ---. -- ---.- .- .. 1 GRANITEOR New (IIS IwilnxHii, 2-bath,
in your want-ad. The Stuart NEW warehouse, stores and of. tauderdalc, Fort Pierce V r _. __ 'FOR Sale: Waterfront gorgeous; '. BRONZE tttr-uMiillllonrd home (:very.
News hat hundreds of fice space available soon $45.00per ( Beach and! Stuart areiis \ view best location North Riv Ililnu the best and the latest.

out-of.state subscribers who mo and up. Jupiter St., Jupi. opportunity for advancement Brtggs Straiten cr !Shores Owner 287.lt>37. I MARK, ER S Pl h..ntH..I KOiiUS loot plot I. SiLi .
are your best possible pros ter, Fla Call A&.B Flooring 746 company benefits Apply Mr. Clinton and Lauson AIR tf ((90) .el. P.,k O..ly I7DS down ..id Ilia.
pects for real estate sales and Broward Office. ENGINES in stock and -- ---- 'WII-t; : :: to urrr nil FHA n rl| M
3433. 326 ((35)) gum Drug The Symbol of Your Love ,rt .I.. lor .uh.t.nll.l cukM :
rentals, boats, help wanted, N. W 6th Avenue, Fort and men who know how to THREE bedroom. 2 bath water I, Whether you want a monument I srI. Bnil.kn,
gardening!, trailers, and services THREE bedroom house, furnish. dale. tf ( ) them. ULMER MOTORS front home and lots near StLueie I AI 7-2417
ed, Florida room, near Junior I "' Dial AT 7.3355. Your Friend Inlet Write lbs X. CIO headstone or simple, dignified ,
.1. I 110))
_.. ._ Dealer tf (71 marker, we will design! it in tin I
High, available April 1 I. Call 287 Dodge Stuart. News Call 287 2549
;AiII'tt: : 4664. tf ((35)) Business Opportunities tf ((90))) perishable stone M the symbol
ALIGNMENT and T1RH '-.--- -- -'-' of your love for a dear one.
FOR rent in Stuart 2 bcdroonfurnished BALANCING with Bear Equip- HOML, with Income: tour rental Waterfront
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONSNumbers : house Air-conditon COIN operated laundry by trained mechanic will pay; nuts' or large imily house Illness Stuart Services

( over 100 refer to display ing and heat Call i AT 7-1597. able. Excellent, cone) t on. itself in tire wear We have the forces sale at big reduction.For Kenneth S. Sllmnull)
3-26 ((35)) money maker. Call AT 7- and men. Your friend information, call Al 7-0112( ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS
classified ads, which appear ------ tf ( ) Dodge dealer. ULMER MO alter 7X;( p.m. 1.26 ((90) Box 1407 AT 7-1477 or .3101 Bargains
after the end of the smaller ads, in TWO sleeping rooms for men. Dial AT 7.3355. tf ((71)) U.1T1I
or ------- ---- -
".wm iIi !IIIJII
numerical order. Be sure to look Each with bath and .
private --- --- -- - IN Jensen Beach for side by owner -- -- -
1 in both places) private entrance. 309 S. Albany SPECIAL NOTICES COOKE'S Septic Tank Servo new two bedroom and! three ni WAS? ncRA not.I.ITVAHDTUAIIT t 'm* aw> 54 f. *r' Kelued- bedr'HInI' waterfront

Avenue, Stuart 4.2 ((35) AIIIL ...... Ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also bedroom homes. High elevation. FLORIDAUOIIRKKKIINU For Sale, Mlseeltaaeosus 1GASA -'Itedit'cdPIne. guesthouse

FOR RENT 35-135FORRlATORSLk ANONYM fields repaired and re-laic Walking distance. to shoppmj AIMHTUBNT' ......_ .....,. and 2 -
TWO.bedroom furnished -- "' --."" -I cur enrageSwimming
apafl- AT70651AT7 I 9862) I --- -
tf(71( )
138 HATH
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: 38- 8:30 $10,900) and $12900 Will a IIIIUM
meets at : home
All electric built-in kitchen p.m. every pool !Main
WAYID' 10 RENT 49-140 .merit Clean block nesday at the Community V small Bulldozer, Tractor- ; lots acreage or what have you for *rPLKBOAKU' ) Cot ITS I IIIM Alliiiin oil floor farnisrepIlls
attractive one HHAinif Am n HATH
down paynsentAT 7.09 I 4. tf ((90)) .w ... -
43 143 Jensen Beach For clear
HELP WANTED from new High School. School age Mower and DIsc. Will lots rr i.ot'JKJHIklj. wood burning fireplace -

Employment Wanted 48-14! .children acceptable Call anytime Phone AT 73332. tf(63)w( ) : trees Fence posts and piling FOR Sale: CBS Duplex furnished, ... ._....1 *r tMrtv W 2 ton Air Temp air conditioner
AT -0606. tf ((35) sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT about two blocks from First Na<
Business Opportunities 50-150 WANT the 'best price for your W. T. PAG FT, Mgr 220( ft on Indian River 1025
: 1401. tf (71)) tonal 7.
Bank Terms Phone AT
LOST & FOUND 53-153 Call Ralph Bates at ft. In dtplh. Lute of tropicalIrirs
ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage, foal AT C.VP* tr iin
SCHOOLS 54-154 Rio. Pleasant location within Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ) : Tile and Marble"W ;: 5149 1 .evenings.:.... _____tf (?O) ------ --- --- .---- RIO mid pistils a* well an anHorted -

SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 easy distance of dock facilities ELECTROLUX CORP. H. Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 IN Bahama Terrace. CBS 2 bed BOAT A MOTOR SUI8, Ins fruit tree Reduced

USED CARS 58-158 Reasonable )'ear-round rates. Call tunity for the right man to AT 71696. -tf-((71) room, I bath Circular: drive and! EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS MO K.u.. 707 *!. AT T 044 $10001))) tll only $29,500.lURNLSIIrl .
AT 7-2583 after 5 P m. or write ble his present earnings Call Sile Yes. all hard cement shingle roof Includes! wallto 5? S'TIIT"

NEW CARS 60-160 B. J. Abbott, Star Route, Jensen Clark AT 7-0143. tf ( ) ware now at low sale prices wall carpeting and all kitchen : ) DUPLFX
BOATS & SERVICES 63-1631RUI1RS& Beach Fla tf ((35) 's Trading Center ippliances. Large screened porch 11' T I
SERVICES 68-168 HENDRY'S Trading Center opposite faces beautifully landscaped yard large lot One sIde hm air

Services Offered, Misc. 71-171 ON the way to the beaches. New Sale on all fishing tackle Gas, Golden Gate.tf ((71)) and waterfall" with outside light ON MOVING S1ORAGE 18) tondlllonvr Well kept -

two bedroom duplex, complete ed AlA in Golden Gate I .-- -- -- ----- --- ing. lisa beauty and! the price is ..umr Only $10000.)(
PIAMS & SERVICES 75-175 ly furnished One block off E. Tn-County Gas. tf ( ;) >LR new management (now) right ail AT 7-J339lf ((90)) THE ST. LUCIE ,
._ _
78-178 Ocean Blvd. Terrazzo floors, tile '
For Sale, Miscellaneous --- --- -- -
Diles Colonial Service. Scrv.
Misc. 81 181 bath and windows Formica kitchen GOING to Long Island April : BY owner 2 bedroom home, well One and two-room efficiencies. I INS ft I. on St. Lucia River -
Wanted To Buy ( ) on all makes of cars including "
/ Heed | tell Ml, $5,300.
STORAGE 84 184 Carporte and utility room. Can supply transportation Simca English Fords. landscaped lot 'sOx 150. Many
Available after April 1st Owner 4-5 people without any d extras 8th Street, Port Salerno. Spacious groundsParking "
Real Estate: For Sale 90-190 287-5055. 3.26 ((35);) ties. If interested, contact !! i: ;n hitches. washing,ta'' :d.'i'ape' to d Call after 600: p.m. 287-0147( Lot. Boat Dock. I SPrCIVL: Virginia owner

Real Estate| Wanted 96-196 Huss, 2875581. 4-2 ( ) day Sunday. 4.9J90)( ) Shuffleboard. TV and Lounge I mint satrlflce waterfront home.
NEW two bedroom unfurnished I, p m every except
house available in beautiful reiidential FOR easy, quick carpet north of Stuart at Slarlite LAST chance to buy a very nice Week Month Year Moving and Storage: M(Micro CBS 3 bcdroonM -

area, many advantages, rent Blue Lustre: Electric Park Dale Copper. Man bedroom furnished home Un- GOING WISIT: 2 ballM" 1,300) w). ft. livIng
FOR RENT 35 I references required, bargain rent pacer only I SI I per day. Jn 287-9789. 3.26 ((71)) til April 1 $7000 Call AT 7028.3. 624 ST. ttlClE CRFSCENT I !Carl loaded van 1'ase >p''M ii. puce plus a full bm.De-.I
$75/month, write Jordan 87-19 Leighton Furniture 3. ;) .__3:26_ ((90)) i STUART, FLORIDA I avenge nice home fiirnmhinv, wall -20 ft. bout dock Ffcb-. .

BEAUTIFUL rooms with twin 204 Street, Hollis, New York City. .... Si S'UVICES 75 IT L -- Telephones 287-9812 all AT 7-0878, hug plir. 7 foot channel -

beds. New home. Semi and private 3.26 ((35)) USED CARS & TRUCKS FOR RENT 13555W4i.stF I F. E. WOOD, Manager I Figeo franiifer end Mor g' l'alra high elevation. View of
'I v
baths. Cooking privileges p-- _...._ .I _u._ III. I u flU'EXPECTING 500 Flagler Avenue SI. Lucia River b spectacular..
Fastest growing nur \ '- 1:: If I lit
Plenty of parking Call Mrs. Day, FOR RENT OR SALE 38 Good Wait listed with u* at $27,500,
2872589. tf ((35)) 1955 Packard. in Martin County. 10 acre --------n-------
--... $175 Call 2874158 after : f plants Pelican Nursery, Loon NJaJtiLL.arREAL lflt.. wblih: wan below cost. Now we

J1REPROOF warehouse ISOOsqft 50000home. On the tiver. Will p.m. 3-26 ) (S-76A), Palm City, AT 7- COMPANY? ESTAIE rCR SALE I" are asked to get an offer of

: '/i mile outside city limits take $10,000 loss. Can be rent .. If (75) WONDER: WIKRE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN? N II $21,30000.) Look noon It

j at $40 a month. Call AT 71074. ed and rent applied i toward purchise NEW: CARS -- Peach Mango, Avo--- Call w and stop worrying', !! Reasonable rates and an atmospherethat will be moving.

i tf ((35)) Phone AT 7-4'j3 days or .... ..._._ trees S ft. Cocos Plumosa will siirpaw all but your own .
AT 7-3025 evenings. tf ((38)) -
FUR 'IS lrocBS-z: ;: 1960\ Valiant Station wagon, VARIETY of tropical HOYT C.
HOME I OR RENT CALL bedrooms, cond tion. See at Dale C: Now Available for Your Sleeping Comfort!
287-0199. tf ((35)) living room, room, kitchen vines, trees VISIT Fnctera: TERM
dining YEAR
al Service, 3 miles north of While 3.26 (75) Niagara CJdo-\III! _&' Units In Our Bed 25
1 bath. All electric Patio. Car ._ _City ( )
art. Pennsylvania inspected NEW AND FMSIING MURPHYHHALTOR
TWO bedroom furnished! apartment 302 Harrison Ave., Coral -
porte. & ;;
3 26 ( ) l R maintenance service: lawn Southwind Motel 1IOMKSC.
in North River 4 30
for rent Gardens 2874384. ( 38)) and mainte-
Shores $125 monthly )ear around. .. 1I!I'P"'" .1'1' general R. Ashley, MI,. Broker
mowing 287-0773
: spraying TELEPHONE
Cull 2873547 It(35)( ) BOATS SERVICES
: ---------- ---- HELP WANTED 43 ,lots! cleared and maintained!! : if CUll Taylor Ashley !SOUlll AlA

ONE-bedroom apartment upstairs ......dItI r- """ ...1 If !. repairs and installation; (30 COLOR \DO AVENUEAT Jensen Beach
OUTBOAKL MOTORS Call 2872911 L P. O -
with porch. Overlooking 7-2440
BREAKFAST cook. $50 for ux- have for 927:: tf ((75)) I AT 7-3340
river. 609 West I 1st Street, Stuart. day week to start All benefits 'i .. Jj tf list .21 IUOI
makes. Can test '" '
3 26 ((35)) popular your ,M Moo I ;
and vacation ALSO: Waitresse'l and condenser. Ulmer Motors, :!f' .lit
and SALE. Mbcellantouf: 79 .
wanted $30 week : '
AT 7-3353. Your Friendly '4I' '
.... ..
have transportation Answer in Dealer. tt ) __1.11'' .... 11fit..Ij. >I"" ; I
.Ii ,
person, Poor Bob's, Jensen Beach ',.. FOR SALE
Complete Sales, Service. ::1 J

, WANTADSDOTHEJGB CAREER IN NEWSPAPER OPPORTUNITY 'I Good Motors selection Expert of dependable Factory Lowest Prices in Florida 3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEER'IYER

1 ?
: YOUNG man wanted in Stuart MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt ORGANS '

area for district manager's Job. : in Rio. AT 7-OV44 tf ) 1 FRONTAGE
j jj Must live in or around Stuart. Age: EASY TERMS

jI j 20-30 military obligation completed -, FOR SALE Complete line I

jI car essential. Apply In person Marine Supplies, Marine MORITZ PIANO CO.
I at the Personnel Department Marine Hardware-tvervthmg 3(50 ACRES
112 I No. Silt Street
jI I Palm Beach Post.Times, 2751 I your boat. Whiticar Boat Pierce FU. Ph. 461-4747 .. ,
South Dixie Highway West Palm Port SewtO. tf ( ) .. .. FOR INFORMATION Writ. to
Beach. 3.26 ( 43)) tf ((78)) "! Ifm. 'r. ,
1 BOAT WANTED. Fiberglas .;"fIiI.,, ) ..t t' .'
WANTED Man and wife to board cabin cruiser, I 18 to U SSE 5 elastic stockings.

work June, July, August at New feet, with head. Will trade pads anklet, etc. Stuart
! 1 1I Hampshire lake resort, living in I beautiful $2,000 lot in Hobe (forp tf ((781 FLEETS INN Approvedly ri'YJ I BOX 122, JUPITER, FLit

I their own trailer Maintenancework subdivision. Phone 546-5266 llDATING all in PRINCIPALS' ONLY!
tf ( ) Luxury Waterfront s It.n
for man, wife to clean col- ''i restaurant Jensen Beach,

Dial ATlantic 7-1550 ages, rooms, Hobe and general Sound, Route Work.Woodbury'a 6-FT. boat windshield and I tables, chairs 26 count- APARTMENT MOTELJENSEN

MoteLWAITRESS opy top. Four back and stools, soda fountain deep FLORIDA IliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii) I t l iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiilil I l t l I
I Nutmeg BEACH
underneath steam table, deep freeze and
seats with storage FAST .
and ask for the 3-26 (43) bait well. Fiberglassed bottom. ) other items. Will sell all or tollr .!.. 1 ...._ -tI.. '/ MIU hm FnuMM LapOulrlfiw .r..... r.__ TO SELL ANYTHING
,. Coll Cdir ,4 .4 hi
Uur..t. C.l. l "
wanted Morning paint this winter Call after 6 pieces Call 287.3181 l.w..ant W.tirw.y. -. w"l". ;.I L..i.. LACH UNIT.PItONE Advertise It in The Stuart News Classifieds
U tat)
t (
I shift. Steady work. Powell Din or before 8 am, 2874194) or 287-2403 after 7:00: 287.5566 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii tltitii ill 11111 IMIIIIIIIIII

Want Ad Takec er AT 7-9708 3-26 ((43)) 3-26 ( ) i 3-26 ((78))


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<-B TilE STUART (Tla) NTH 11111ma" March 26, I9i4 I y ftVrore i ernntfr( t I. pnrM' In 9, ,-I I fw, ,h"it ,uoh(( m ,.;htrcrulroad Among nols, 0000 ,lcm l :' irti(i per cent more Amer'
T REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 ,. bad, it is usually_ icason month _____ are newly UK),000 non.Jew. most I'\ m ted Portugal during the-
The consumption of fro/en \egCtaWcs '! Today the! population of Com nxevrunr>... err, aatarrw -xawaa"k L '_," .. ....... r ..1 of them. Moslems' and Christian I' five month of 1963 than J in
has Increased hahotn II rmmiM China h over 7X()).UOO( ,000mcremmg (I: Arab the corresponding period of 1962
12W per cent within them\ \ few 10000000) )) ) to MOOO() REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. 190 ---...-...- .oMllana5lMarwa_ vvsd-"..-. nweaa...,--swrtaatelataaw.- -,
.. -r v
.. ....
tears. (KK) per year. 660' of river frontage on South Fork of ..... --ry vr "-rw rAresr REAL FSTATE FOR SALE 190

""' ---orww- St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including approximately Paving Pratt-Whitney Cut-Off Road Bill l !..-vN>'O'-.A 4..4'1iIo.- '"
Real Estate For Sale 190 200 Royal Palm Trees beau.
Han been authorized, with money now hi the County Treasury,
)t. tiful grounds. Contact your broker or and Harbor Kstulen h only 14 mile-or 15 minute- from the NO INTEREST !
plant (For 3 Vean Meantime Pay It Off)
RIVERFRONT ESTATE Interior tine bout romp $1,500; with Deeded Slip $2,000 : Subject to Change Without Notice
ALBERT BROOKERP.O. 'Ilerfronl-'holfe 80, 100. I45'xl25' deep $30 and $J5 Fr. "'I. I I Interior lINe' boat ramp l,500| with Deeded Slip $2,000
10% Discount for Cash-Your Tern. ('<>mei See-\'on'II Like! Waterfront-Choke 80. 100. 145'sUr deep $30 and $35 Fr. H.
FOR SALE Box 2245 New Smyrna Beach Fla. lbs 1491 Stuart No Hooding Ever: Phone 287-4589 10% Discount for Cash-lour Term Come See Aoull like!
Boa 1491, Stuart No flooding Ever Phone 287-4589
200 Ft. Frontage ;on Beautiful -- -.-. I I HARBOR ESTATESOn HARBOR ESTATESOn
So. Fork W of Rt. 76 at Salerno Rd. on Linden bile
Lucie River II
Broad St. So. Fork W. of Rf. 76 at Salerno Rd. on Linden lane
I Owner on Property
? ",0) Owner on Property
Within City Limits of Stuart PORT ST. LUCIE i.i. run i

illy Water 230 acres with frontage on soon to be pavedSR BUY A HIGH DRY
An Original! Florida Home 714. 29 down WaterfrontBrand
$350 per acre, % :5; years $12,850.00
Well Kept and Spacious on balance

Nice Guest Cottage RESIDENTIAL LOTFor new 3 B R.. C.B.S. Large living room Screened
porch I'/i bath ..; lot 75' x 10') Include boot dock -
Property I has Depth Over 400 Ft. 134 acres over 4,000' on north fork of 100000.

Well Landscaped With St. Lucie River, surrounded by General i Down.Golden

Large! Lawns and Many Development Corp. 40 acres zoned for As$500 Gate Area

Beautiful Trees and Plants mobile homes. Only$2,500()() an acre, 10 year Little

I terms. Build and Live TOTAL PRICE $11,00000 buy 3 BR. C.B.S.; Furnished Carport _
Priced To Sell $29,950.00 Tool Home Corner 75' x 120'.

See Your Agent: or Phone

AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 tt (UO) Ralph Hartman Jr. LOCATED 3 MINUTFS AWAY FROM COUNTY'SSANDSPRIT Income and Home


$17,00000 buys duplex 2 B.R. home and extra lot All
Real Estate and
rented Home cond,
rumk.hed-C.B.S.-Duplee air -North
BEST BUYSCITRUS : Fast Osceola St., Phone AT 7-4600 Stuart.:
P.O. Box 896, Stuart Flu. 620 COLORADO AVENUE, smART, PHONE AT 7.0966
I (Next to The Prescription Shop)
ti.:n /din/ tf (190) 8 Lots 8500.00$
1 _. u I
3 Waterfront 5 back of them

1,800 acres. $300 per acre. 1 mile frontageon AREAS BEST BUYSJUST .

C-23 Canal. 1 mile road frontage. w. B. TILTONREALTOR 12 Lots $$12,000.00

Natural drainage. REDUCED 3 bedroom CBS home newly painted hi-

Hide and out, tile bath picture window with awning carport and Good residential area Buy now

Fishing Camp RestaurantOver utility room. Was $11,900 NOW $10,900. Jensen Beach, Florida AT 7-1411

25 ACRE tract. ThIN tract lies West of Palm City near Loop "present s" Machine
400' of waterfront. 75' main highway Road. $550.00 per acre. Terms. Shop

frontage 1,500()() sq. ft. in restaurant. I, MEAN TO RIVER FRONTAGE: -
TEN Dollun down and $10.00 per month for one acre tracts.. 100' on ocean to river This Is a !going business and a money maker-Fully equipped -
Terrazzo floors. Fireplace with barbecue land 3 steel building* Price Include stock Inventory and land
Can be In one acre, two acres or more. $995. per acre. about 300' deep all high
facilities. 7 rental boats. 6 motors. Boat paved road electric telephone 150' x 350' 2500000. Term
TEN ACRE TRACT with frontage on Loop Road. $595,00 JK'rline. WATER: h coming
slips and dock. Beer and wine license. 6 Terniw. Price only $16500 per foot

efficiency rental units all furnished. Priced .*
way below appraised value. $50,000.00.()() ( ) LIVE IN JENSEN HIGHLANDS BR home terra/ floors, 500' by 1100' beautiful !sandy beach TAYLORASHLEYREAL
Terms. tile hath walking distance to klnrc and post offke. RHtCHIO all high land St ucie County -
$9,500. Terms. Contrail to be lit for 4.4 mile AlA In June
Best speculative buy In the area ESTATE
The lots in Jensen Highlands are going Only $16000 per foot

-- '.- -- Jim Whitehcad: .-
ROLAND G. LUEDER fast. See us before they are all"gone. 3. PAUl CITY IS GROWING t tTake
a look al Cull Harbor See Gate I Harbor' ASSOCIATE
I lulithrnwe Point thin come we UN for the 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7-2440
Ideal spot for a small shopping center 1.28 ''IQn)
REALTOR W. J. WEISS RealtorJENSEN 250' Ideal
; Price frontage$16,50000-,corner term driiiiiaite _____ _'h ___ __._____________

729 COIORA1X AVE. I z ) PHONE AT ,."" BEACH i 4. ''O\I111.:' Hill", Crossroads Seition In Jensen Beach over.
looking the Indian River excellent view and trade wind $$495 Per Acre
US. AT 7.3538 i hrce/e 2 bedroom home tile bath, ,nub floors, central
1.28 (190)\ ) I heat and air conditioning- comfortable living In In winteror
STUART, FLORIDA Loop Road Acreage 20.40.100 acres -
II summer. Fully I furnished extra refrigerator In car anda
MFIMB1R MUITIPLE LISTING SFRVKTCD -- -- --I half garage ready to move Into even to the linens etc. High i Well Drained.
t.11 (150) Priced at $2<,<00.00

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Condition 1 "GO" WE SELL THE EARTH $$13,300

a toot) I
Jh II : House and 20 Acres
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ARBOGAST Recent activity on Hutchlmon Island Indicate "Go. New I --
Island Road ALA, from Fort Pierce to Stuart assured.
\V ater to Island b now assured. New development assured I 3 Bedroom Frame House 20 acres All i
REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925 to those who are In a )position In Invert. Thin situation of I JohnsonREALTOR in grass-Fenced and cross-fenced-High I
252 Osceola fen. a great opportunity Now! R. V.
Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440 i Well drained. Cash.

PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING Ask nboiil our special situation listing which offer you
the opportunity to>> buy 100 feel or more from ocean to
river at the lowest Investment price Exclusive only FIRST FEDERAL BLDG, 6} $$440 Per Acre Cash
with ual!
AT 7.3366 50 Acres

I If you want In buy 100 feet or more under the present
TVFRYONF'S FAVORITE SPOT for Good llorlda entertaining market ask u* about 100' up to 1000' ocean to river New 2 bedroom, 2 bath split level, land. Bessey Creek
b the Lanai 17x20-I'lie 11t Bedroom*.-4 Bulb,Living Room 1000' or more deep only $170 per front foot. Or how home the broad St. Lucie River
about 1 00' 700' 1600' from river scaped on
with replace( make this one of Martin County' nicest home up to by deep to ocean
The netting h perfect with nice kw of the river and water rights 1 between the bridge for $265 per front fool( We have Priced to sell. $25,000.00.WATERFRONT. $$35,000U.S.
for your boat Total Prke for quick Kale $39,750. other special situation Ask! us!

IN TilE PALMS 1 b U.S.No.1 1
Ihe setting of this beauty -Left start at the top _Tile Roof Over 160 choice lots to choose from. Ex.

Two Oversl/e Room Bedroom. with IxiN of Closet apace Two Beth cellent locations. Prices from $3,490.00 to Other fine business locations from
living llorlda Room wish Bar Large kitchen 400 frontage with 600' depth Just outside city limit' $15,000
with Utility flINt off 1 Dining Room Hurricane Awnings Ibis Is very special al 50.00 per front foot. Buy 100' or $7,690.00 and up. Reasonable terms.
Balkheaded Riverfront Completely Furnished '
and ONLY more Cash or terms.
$26,500. "". COMMERCIALLot $12,000

DRIVE TilE CIRCULAR I DRIVE THRU THE PALMS to Would You Pay $$800 Per Acre? Across from Kindred's
this excellent home Truly a Beauty In North River Shores I Good Terms Lovely 2 bedroom modern CBS home _
Three Bedrooms Two Baths (entral! Heal
on spuiloiu Very high and beautifully landscaped
100 x] 200 Lot Priced at $22,500. For 490 acres just outside city limits and 200' off U.s. No. lot.
I? You bet you would! Ask ut how>> to buy H for one- U.S. NO. 1 FRONTAGECity An unusually nice "home."
RENTALS Two Bedroom C BS- $75.00 per month unfurnished half this price and with long long term,. No phone Information
on years lease. on this please. Limits of Stuart Close-in.

$100.00( ) Per Front Foot $$16,000
For lands sake buy intelligently and with
a good LOT BUY Profit and enjoy it in good health.
...... ACREAGE Lovely bedroom, 2 bath home Corner
WATERFRONT:' LOr 200 40 at Port Se"-Tlllgh Heviltion : citrus land available lot. Owner says sell!!
4,478 of prime
with unexcelled view over Ihe river to the St! I ucle Inlet acres
Price $30,000. Reasonably Priced. Long TermsIF


LEADLNG M. R. (RONNV NELSON ASSOCIATE 900 Colorado Ave., (across from 1st National Bank)
I AT 7.3366
a,28 use) I4t nor ) l3 (ISO)
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METHODIST CHURCH, SM be "The Substance 1'1 i I his Hoped New Pastor Will PreachTo
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Southern!; Methodist Church in a SUFRNO Ml'1111RVME Baptists Here Easter
Sunrise !Service Inn Sunday morn r 4,
ing at 6. The service \\ilt'he haW v
at Sanehiprit Park und ainocis*e A Sunrise Service will !be hold I ,\ l"mini reception will he hold I internship .it First Uapli i ( hll" s sz + x
pastor'. Cnirlcs. Bimiittxillbetnc\ it Stindspnt I Pirk I'" n Salerno, ut 7 to p,in, t-riday April! 1 in at icknburj.\
speaker. thin Sunday. ; morning; ii: 6: The 'the I \hiM.nu.nl ol the Tint BaptistChurch t I He I is nun !L'II lu the I"" l\Iei a
i is ins iced \\o attend tar the new piolor, Riv Man in ( ilihxill who is .utecttonuts'h
Rev Durward H Knight. public I
1<1 speak on the theme "Resurreclion pastorwill ice. Rev diaries Bennett Ihllllerv.1 Forrest H (\\ ,x>dwatkins) i who kmxxn. is I IlIn" I thus
of the Salerno" I Is here from Coral Hip past 1 Christmas thus breunu the
FIRST MFIHODISrSluurt of Jesus C hrist: .it the II ale pastor SouthernMethodist : coming ,
.it 6 Kl) p mMonday worship service this Sunday Church, mil be the list Church. 2 7U SW Thirty parent ol' .i little. daughter, :M inun r
a.m. )
March M() \Ien\ )prayer speaker second AM.nin. Miami faith

Wednesday, March 2s, ( h.mccl group will meet .it 7 a.mSPFCIVL morning Piste.. >rs' office hl'1'are held Morning worship serxice will beheld The public is nvitdd U> attend I Some of his admins hale included .
Choir rehearsal at 7:10 p,mThursd Her from beginning at '9. \I) this Sun. and meet Kcind Mm, UntkiiM. : instriiktor .u the Miami t ,
eichVcdiKsdix noon
: F\SIFR SFRMCrS.There iy. March 26: Methods : 2 tol. diy Rev. Durward iI. knight, Rcvaikms. wit begin his pintoralc I Police A a.lel1110 public rein
Men s supper) ) al the church at 630: ) will be a service at the The "Hour of Plm er" will beheld Jr., pui-ior will speak on the themeof on I astir SnndaxHi '. tions); it!;He ruh'Nllh' t tar' oa
Florida Student Union
Biplist I
p.m, flection of officers will fol First Methodist Church at 12 pm this Wcdnesdix. night ut 7:45: The" Resurrection of Jtsus I served I the I,000.member president of the Riverside I idling
low. Christ.
I '
on Good Friday, March 27. On :I The )prayer scrivce and Bible\ studyis Coral Church for rhnr'tri: : eleven ('Iuh'ice; )president of Greater
Fruity March 27: Women Easter Sunday, March 29, there under the direction of Rev. A special song service will beheld and one I half \' to Miami (ouncil ot ('hurches.' pres,
prayer group will meet at 10 a m I Binne.ltIVDIXN: ut the church ibis Sunday that scrxcd as Minister of Fdnca dent of the Miami Iliplmt Mmislcrs ,
Junior C hoir: rehearsal will 1 begin ul i will he a special Sunrise Service ut I night "beginning ut 7w.: Layman, lion ui Rixcrside! Baptist 1 Church Conference vice )inodcraloi
3:30: )p,m, the fiN Melhnilisl Church III 6im : I RIUR DMT\.RIVN CnllHrt Ihonns will \bring a dc. for two and > nc.hull )ea rs. :II of the 1\111I1\11 Baptist As.ocnlionprcsulent .

Sunday March 29: Worship scrv Fvcryone is invitedIRIMIY I Hl.1.0WMIII' VOl ion A native of Albany Ga, he ol the Greater MiimiNlm
ice will he held 8:45 and I 11 I u.m. Services each Sunday at Fort I Prayer meeting and Bible study graduated from i h sierial Association; pastor
with the Rev Walter' Mniionisr i. held each \Vceliiesdix' 7:15 ; cijhilh'u\ I I
)pastor DJcssup Pierce Beach (Comniunh Center. School und advisor for the lluplist 1 '-Iudelltllni.n .P
delivering f the messageC Jensen Reach 742 wuwaOrive, Currently the pastor is teaching: i ('olle'j.0 diplom from Georgia ,, U the Umxersnx Miami: t

l School will begin al Ida,m I : There will r">c
Junior and Senior MYF will begin, day.-_.service. -Much. .-Id al 7:11): ( )p 1,111... .!.m.:_ fellowship meeting, .. 730: ) and officers From there he enrolled in the I I co-operalixe:' education clubs ottloriilu : '
.. .. 'a!.' Sr. :\MRS HISCOPtL Bible\ Seminars m\ Binghamton, N' ; and recipient of the Hook M1t9Y
Y, and tradellI ilh the Studentleague ''of (nl.len IXeds Award from the I
PE\L ESTATE FOR SALE 193: Maundy ThursdiMirch 26: of Minx Nations. playing Riverside I \ehinti (tub ot Miami + :
',) situ- .era' 7 am Holy tuchirist: 9 a.m. the piano in Churches of all denominations su.o
Holy Eucharist: kill: () :1 i m.. healing in thirty Mates. He is a would tnixcler hiving

,service, 10 a.m.. Altar Guild meet He finished his hu schooling made trips to five continents m d :
mg. in Mississippi (allege at Clinton I eluding a visit this: past vmr to the + St Sis I
Good Friday moon to 3 pm. making the \\ho\ \\ ho in American Holy:: I and and the Baptist I World
M f'I Three Hour Divolums l conductedby Colleges und Universities Youth ('onllre.lit Burin I Lcba' i "
Bishop i Wallace h. ConklmgSitirduy ; He received. his bachelor of di- non. "r

luskr Txcn: 10 am vmitv degree from Southern Baptist Ihire i IH a great challenge in
junior choir: 4 p.m., I gluing of the lehologicul Seminary and re' I the work at Stuart .i list growing
Partial Candle, evening prayer: turned there to work. on his \I.A.! I I: community" he said when he ac
and biptisnis; 78 )p 1111.. the rector degree after hiving served h i i _ccptcd) the pastorale1IOBI .11. ,j
willIe\ in the church for the Site' I

ramenl of Penance. ) SOUIIIFRN .
Taster Oiy: 7. ID ..m.. Holy Relic of Cross MMIIODISI: ) tPIl L I.L'
Fuchmst. 1)5: ) im Family Eucharist !
und Sundae school; I 11) ((nnininnlly BulldliiKi )
a.m.. Holy Fiich"irisi and sermon. To Be ExposedAt \\ extend. to von an mvitilionto I 'lilt: REV. I lORRFSr ('VOO!>\') U'.\ II\"

I 11l''; join us. for the Sunrise 'rvice IIISII1lt.rril -
r l Park rt a m under the
n s I UL'i' I a IjM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 19BADGOGK < IndiantownA cooper ilivc illorls ol the (welt)'s KIDIrMIK: IUIHIRVN .Ml S\I" lit. HMSCOPVI) .

1 __ Jensen Beath
J- Southern Milhinlist coDgrcgiilionVi
I the following Idlycek I scrv I
relic of the true Holy Cross also welcome! you t M our : II'eI III \be held at Redeemer I lulh- Maundy TI1II"'I"lv.1 March' "h

exhibited for the first time three Rule" service i every Sunday:;; night:: i'r.1Ihurch.. I lust Ocean \Boiile- Holy Communion. ft u.in I id a m
study I at MO followed with surd, M.mudy 1 hiinduy. evening and d p,m. I ighl \break)I..isi lollovv
TrMc\eI river front house Four bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida Furnished yean, ago will he exposed! again the worship service at I 7:4s:. I service with communion at 7.10p.nl :: the 111,111.. service A avouch willIe

wall nail at the Holy Cross Catholic Churchat (UHX| I Iridiy, Nooniliv \ kept) from alter the im
room to carpeting. I
Indiontoxxn on Good Friday. RIO BAI'HSI i I2Is
service 4cu'l1eoll"'YIuollre') : I service until the f> )p m service
MODEL HOME Tim piece of the true Holy Cross The Prayer and Bible Studs pm. I'riiliv .evening. finnihrae\ Intention: "I h inksgivmg I">r the
$25,000.001Yith convenient terms. wan ilonulcd to the Indmntown Hour will he held Wednesday. ut ",service 7:10 pin Sacrament ot Our' IA'nlnlldl and

Catholic Churchvhili' plant for : 745; pm The church chor will|| I I''astir morning Sunrise Service DloolCi ."
Location : Sea Gate Harbor right next to Lighthouse Pointon Open Daily 1 P.M.TiH:30P.M. practice ul 8:10. at (> lit Reeleeliier' Ourllelwith xid' !"riLl.IM.lfch 27 n ,i,m
of the church
north fork of St Lucie River. the formation were The Good Friday Service for the I' hrcikfast and collie' served lifter rimming prayer and Ante Com
still .in progress After the dana Rio. North Stun' and I Jensen :I' the ,service inunon; noon' '1pm.. three I -(lout

lion wan nut,Ic. it was decided to Beach area will he held nl the ('omnumity 'I I luster I Icslival service 10:.10 Service.
in name' the little church after. this Church in Jensen Hie I ant with ('omnumion. and with Ulster' I l'ven Siturli Mirch2H .
Sea Gate Construction Company relic which has "been aiilhcnlcutcd service begin ut 12:ID and I will the Sunday School children pirtiel- 7 am. mornmn' pr'me i i ind I
by the Catholic Church in Knnic. feature' music. und devotionals. on )piling, title ("I'IIIII1I1111on. 1.1> i I' III Sic
LEGIONHEIGHTS V\ouU of (hrist the ramenl ol Pe mince. : X i I' III be. from the Sewn on Pastor
I hue relic will exposed wry Tuesday evening ,
." ,,, noon until evening service at 8 ( ross' ; llic service will end. ail Schroeder coiiiluils: an evening I :,I Curdle pruyu: i ml lighting! II t Puch '

_. 1 m. fMryone i is invited I 7,1u
Those p
this Holy Friday llblc class it '
on ,
- -- -- -- )p.m. ; :: : ; Ustcr. Div '"nIII\ MJI' 'h t M
SunJi\, school 1 949
wishing to come to the Holy ( ross begins I ut ''I'hlI'I the. I lie" the I Lutheran
Holy Communion nil tom I services
FLORIDALocated I (hurch in Indunloxvn to make. a,m with a tl.ist ol Ililili mudy on Church 'I IV which can be ,
HERE IS THLBEST VALUE IN ALL OF pioirum' | a.m.children"h
See The devotion are' ,welcome I I Ilbe I redirection of Christ ( hl\"I"! seen each Sunday' morning at V:.10on ) :, -hiileetbutttlfermg;' :,;:.

in River Point in the of StuartJUST "VALLEYFORGE" are )provided sermon/ far title every for the age morning The. WP I IV, will' have Nf'Ccillllllly Faster Monday. I.lfchtJ .,
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST r"'hlr'lI Week und. I usicr program) a Bihi 8.1111111)1) Communion I Inter
I service 11 I I ConnSee .
worship ul m
OM PAUl CITY ROAD SCIENTLSTFeat : do, 'I eW" Training Union till: picture' : ; depicting the,: sufferingiliulh ', i iI lion; /): "1 hlll\k -lIivil18 hit ilu ttesiir
Oc... Blvd., Stuart Lind i 1 resurrection of rectum."
n hi ui us lit (6V: )) pm the iiilullH I
Ill Colonial Sunday morning service at It will complete) their tiudv' of Chris.liar ,, SiviorU Faster Tuesday, !March. '
f.A a Styled Lo "onCrmol.ulj.ct\ : March I | dKinnet. the I evening wur I >rd Over Pmlli' I IH the theme" I am H ily Communion Intcn.
Homeiith 29, Reality." : ship service. j in ul 7:4: < A nurser I ol the( I lister \hroiilinst, of the Ion thanksgiving I ,, r' lisii"'
k Sunday school, 1 II 1 a.m, Nursery provided' for infants during' nil r I iilherun Radio Hour which, Can I'rcttnce In the Holy Coininunii.
i I be hl'lIrd1'1'' Sundiy evening 8 joint meeting it she I
3 BFDROOM I provided I ol the services, ) ) 'pm"
Wednesday Testimonial. meeting. i over WSTU at 731: liming hi* Oii'lds.Thursday..
(Twin Star) 8 pm FIRST IUPI1SI ClllRdlWcdncsdiy I message on the I4lh chapter) of April 2: I pm curd
Reading Roam: 282 Flugtir Ave Job especially Job question. "Ifa parly For reservuiions please call'
MI r U.ihi I I4.i.iltwt TILED: BVTII ROOMS
2 rue: Monday through Inday 10 evening ul fdO: )) the mm die snail he live agi in?" Mrs Huckctt or Mrs Anios' :287!

DOUBLE SIZED CLOSETS am, 4 pm; Saturdays 10 am. Training Umm council mCI.tinaIlIId 1 Dr Oswald llollnuin( will con 5149,
: 12:30: pm covered dish supper) will he clinic' with this advice' Your hope
'+(ana Fill DINING ROOM (hristwn Science radio program, held in the basement of the church of Flcrmil: I: lie: I is real and; sure, by sr. JOSEPH! (',\111m IC
( : "The Bible Speaks to You" At 7:10 Rev J J. Wild.mi hlaranwilt virtue of fhrisls Resurrection of
Illlglljj maybe
IUINO ROOM 16'$ i 14' Schedule of week-day Masses:
heard over WSTU Stuart, lead the mid week worshipservice the Dcud' Accept) this. gill I let.
4 '9r..$ ir! ''M ba47at al LARGE UTILITY ROOM I4TO() kc, at 7:15: pm Mondnyi in the church winctu try. I he Him \be your Lord I the I hud over Monday through/ Wednesday. H:30)
Adult and Youth C hoirs will re* am
Topic) for: March 10. "The Daily death
Promise of Easter"CHRISTIAN henna at 8;1.5.lhur"I.IY Mr and Mr Ray Radlke and IIOIY HrrH Pit R1'I'FSWednesday :

2 BFDROOM TILE BUM AIR CONDI'HONING IIEAIING :MODFRN KI1CTIKM WITHBREAKFAST I CHURCH I I Oughlcrson. evening will lit ho 745 hostess: MrsRuth to son Rayford. Hi were Redeemer accepted last Sun tntomemh.rhil' : Confessions' 7:30to :

Icon L. Hakes Jr. minister of I diiy 'I hey hail front Dearborn, I low R If)
at her home The Friendship ('I.i,swill Holy' Thur""II\I: Mass :
e LARGE PIANTTD LOT the new congregation in Jensen meet at 7:45 at the home of !Much a.m. !Must of i the lord Supper
HOUSE AND INCLUDED : leach. announce that l I. L. Maser ; kin John I I.. Taylor (Our church Is open every day for Holy Communion and Procession

will sing at the Faster morning 'I I he Royal Amhasiadori\ will fII.dll.lulln. and prayer, and the ul A pmCiood .
$ 990 FOR worship service meet at the church Stturd.\y morning Rose Display I Garden i ill in full| I Friday: Station of the

LOT FROM I a Mr. Mater wa an Army bund at H:30. bliHim, and open to (ho public. Cms*, 2 pm. I liturgy of the Pas-

$12,500.00 director for many yean. He nerved On !Sunday Reverend Forrest t lion and Death of Our I lord' and!
.s choir director for the Boulevard' II. Watkins will begin his ministry CONC.KIC.1IOI; ; Itly (Communion 6 pnt
House rpay also he huilt in Sea Gate Harbor on a waterfront lot |j>w Dow. Payment) Christian Church in Washington, in the First; t Baptist) (hurch. MornIng (Inllrd (''''unh of ChrUt''' ) Holy Saturday: Confessions, 4

for the same price. 1C At present he It the directorof worship services will he held Palm C'lly, Fast Nlnlh Street M 5:10 p.m. and 7:10)) to 8:10() p.mI045 .
Sam RhodesConstruction choral music department at Dun at I both H30: and I II I :00' o'clock. 1 I his church will observe' Muun : pm, the Solemn Faster
See Call McCarthy High School in Fort The evening service begin at 7:4.5: dy Ihursdiy, March 2ft, by Can Vigil messing of the Paschal C'anHe -
or Pierce. He ill a member of the Monday afternoon at 3:30 the dlelight Communion Service a t the lllessmg of the Riptismul)

iouthsde Christian Church In fort Girl Auxiliary und the Sunbeams 7:30 p m. It will also co-operate( In water, renewal of Baptismal) Prom
Pierce and direct their choir. will meet at the church The Woman the ( ommiinily Good Friday Service scs. Solemn.Ia.! .. will begin at
CORAL GARDENS CONST. CO. I This new congregation (I. meetng I 'f Missionary Union Executive at First Methodist' hurch: midnight.In .

Inc. I in the old Community Church : Committee meeting will he held Sluart noon to 1 pm this schedule of Holy Week

BUILDERS A DEVELOPERS IN i iiiildmg, Church Street Jensen Monday evening at 7:10 at the On Sunday March 29, church service, we are asked to accompany
i lox) 824 The public to Invited to home of Mm Bryan lealherstone school will he m 9:45: a m with Christ in His. agony to go
PO Beach ? '
CORAL GARDENS: RIVER POINT SEAGATE HARBOR HIBISCUS PARK I : attend !this Special Easter Service 1 he Dorcas Sunday school class Judson Minear a* superintendent. with Him t. the Garden. the ( oust
Ilorlda .. will meet! Tuesday afternoon at of Pilate to Calvary and the Tomb
'I( here will he an Faster devotional
P.O. Box 635 Stuart Florida Dial ....r r.. UIQIM.I. 2:30: in the church basement with and The ceremonies of Holy Week can
Phil Baker SuletRESIDENTIAL by junior junior
287.1035s I Managera :1 program
-tt rtnm -ae ut9m REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE 190 Mrs U. L Silver as hostess! 1 he high young people Morning worship help u* do' that Attend and puricipsle .
Cherub and Carol Choirs will meet in is many of these helll!.
is at 1 II o clock. Sermon hyhe
---- -- -
-- -
-- at the church Tuesday afternoon at ( pastor Rev I.awrie J. Sharp tiful ceremonies a* you possibly

3:30: for rehearsal "C'hnst h Risen For What?"' Special can.
Easter Season : offering for "One Great Hourof Faster Sunday. Masses: 7. 9. and

II C. O. RAINEY-Realtor -I'I'I SALE TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST 'Sharing, an interdenominational II am
The second annual Faster Sim- project for world relief School of Religion for high i

I The time to eurprhe her wild a rise !Service to be held in the Trop Wednesday April I: the Women !school students will be held Mon

new Mobile home kill farms area will take place 's Fellowship will meet at the daY from 7 to R p.m. ,
School elementary .
of for
Sunday Ml 6 a.m in the beautiful) Religion
church from I If) 3 .
JENSENTRAILER wooded area on Roebuck Creek, a m to p m tuilcns. ( will not he held this
I LOTS I Bring lunch there will be sew

I WATERFRONT I I I dirctly Baptist buck Church of the Building Tropical Farms ing and election in the of afternoon officer. businessand I I II All Saints Guild

I. Immaculate CBS 2 bedroom central 1. NFARINLET About 200 Can be I. Delightful 2 bedroom, 2 balk The church i I. just olf Highway : Card Partv Set
divided Deep water Ask .... central SALES, INC. 76, approximately one.half mile I II Wednesday evening. April I:
heat, cathedral ceilings! Florida room heat and air and II hat 135' of wi beyond the turnpike overpass monthly meeting of the hoard of On Next Thursday
2. SOUTH YORK waterfront whh bout "Ji,, t North of the Arch" I I trustees of the church at 7:30,
Priced to wll at $19,750. wall $26,700. Sponsored by the Brotherhood I
basin Reduced to 4500. Jr... Bench 11mPhoM I .the church, the service will include The All Siint' Guild will sponsor

3. 80' LOTS whh dock privilege Near 217-2732 special music: by a group of young I fIRST PNt.SRvnRISPine a card party at the All Saint*'
In CBS 2 bedroom 2
2. Move right lake Drive
Inlet Only $1,800. 2. 3 Bedroom (1""*. In Den or III. : peoplcand J a message on the Resurrcction i iI Episcopal: Parish House in Jensen
bath. Florida room overlooks St. Lock room $90 month carr," by lswia Stjncil. pasor Maunday. Thursday Holy Communion Beach on Thursday. April t I.
Sea wall Nke location $29,500. Mortgage Shnwhf' the' New I I at 7;30(' p.m.; Reception of at I ".m. For reservations call
RENTAL Furnihhed $151100) 2V Hide Skyline : unrirR\v CHURCH 01- ST. new members Good Friday Community Mr*. Frank Antis. 2875349
Ucated .b Park AM)RtW Port SI. Luck) Service in the First Methodist The guikl will also conduct a
3. This one him iwbn pool and patio 3 Bedroom Home for I will I Church from 12 noon to 3 bake sale at the Jensen. Beach Bankon
Ready OcciipuiK Special Holy Week Service
your boat at the dock 2 bedroom, CBS 1$00' Office or 3. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, ....... Sound are.. be held at the Lutheran Church''' pm Saturday April 4, Hostesses

owner aye $31,500. Come tee. Light Manufacturing Space Ewy Tenrn. $1.5110./ I of St, Andrew in Port St. Lucie Faster Sunday Sunrise Service at will he !Mrs 1.I/ Na>lor and

Demomtnllo SptcUb (fAmencun Lutheran Church), on 6am. 9am. worship services10am ; Mrs G N. Fmtage
1 BR 1'." tVlW .. $3'75t Thursday March 26, at 7:30: ., Church School, I Mamwonhip I .:
509 COLORADO AVENUE PHIL DORLOV BOB SIMMONS DIAL ATbntk 7-222. BR King. .4V\V\ .. $3*75 p.m? with Holy Communion, and service The I Hebrew University of Jerusalem
STUART, FLORIDA A&SOCIATES MEMBER MLS I oa Good Friday at 1:30p I: .m. The Rev. Malcolm Harris will have now n a showploce of Israel
2 BR SkjUM, SVt\V- .... $4)95 Foster Sunday service will he held (he radio devotional al 9:45 a m- The university dedicated aroky
'A fYAIe .' 14 utter. at tie usual lime, .IOi0ant., (torn March 30 to April 4. j wilderness u ill site in 1954.nIT .

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about 11-.10.1.t what is more there I know il t was a world Both Liquor Taxes THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
are times and places when it is I all of eighteen pounds and rec"rd.\\ And Illicit Stills 'Thursday, March 26, 1964 1-C
the Pompano
How Experts in Royal better than the new tackle. I trout in the world could have \ Are IncreaseBoth $; and win T76S

In replying to Mr. Brewer, fought like that bonito had fought' on 41281. Other miscellaneous taxes
commented on an experience but I just couldn't t brake the spool collections and! and fees make up the balance of
tax moonshine -
Blues and Old Tackle had! at St t lucic Inlet a few summers 1'1 Every time I would press down the nearly $10000000. Keating
Comment on Specks I ago when my son and I encountered either raw thumb on U tears would still sei/urei leporlcd during explained,
big blues (for Florida) come to my eyes It finally ran February by the Mile Bevcr
of 11or seven pounds ranging out the lot( ) yards of silk line and! age (Department show .i marked
around instead of continuing up drags are not adjustable like the knuckles !being harked I ." the reel the shallow Huts the last I saw of U. when the increase over the uime period one SEPTIC TANKS
Cargan Says the coast. modern star drag !so the fisher- handle revolved in i I.i use whon We tossed plugs at them with line snapped the biggest sea trout year ago
This stems most reasonable and! man relied on his thumb to "brake" the fish was taking I Ira, MI a tudck'n light spinning tackle and it was in the world was lashing! its tail Bevera8Dlreelor Richard II CLEANED:' & REPAIRED
also works fine when anchoredand the run of the fish Most of ut run Then when he turnedto like trying t to rope wild horses with on the surface saving goodbye Keating said his depirlnient col
Catfish Are scorned the leather thumb protector run inshore if the I.hcrmen leeted $9M I2UV"> list month DRAIN FIELDS REPAIREDAND
fishing i for bluefish with cut macaroni Neither the rods or the : Just to make the cheese more >
bait on the bottom I The more considering it more fun to could not reel fast en,'uSh to take light mono were sutlicient to prop- binding I found a nice knitted for an increase of Mil I I per cent RE-LAID
boats that are anchored in a row pit the pressure of our thumbs up the slack line h. hacked up erly sink the hooks in those but thumb guard m (the "bottom of my and destroyed fift\ .1 three' illicit
Our Buddies against the strength of the fish the beach into the dunes In a most moonshine hlke,1111, the
the greater the concentration of : tiers However we returned with tackle box when I got home In t
Some times that could be hazardous undignified man n e I sometimes old-fah. same Iwcntv-ninc-duv period'. Ray Cooke's Septic
bunker, cut lad)fish or other bait still Texas popping, rods :
By FRNESr LYONS on the bottom to lure and hold ; I've had quite a few skinned even running It he hippcnecl to I coned! casting reels and some hard- 1'oIlBI"G .VltOVRI Cigarette lax collect, > us id! $4- Service
thumbs when handling strip- trip over a piece of iitwooJ I he 111.>>79.% 4"1 07 Tank
the bluefish school loud I linen line and had a bull 'U1iMJ: ; 1"11'R weer up per cent
Fishermen learn more all the ers over fifteen pounds and the might sit down also quite, undignified over February IW t. I<,II,mid bv PHONE AT 7-0651
I With most fish you have to big Jersey blues we used to hit !. But the old tune still caster The drug is indeed 1 a marvelous 'y F. Niebling machinists liquor lax with S1.714 7% 4\ lor I
strike buck when the bait is pick invention I remember one slay mate fireman. USN of Mr OR AT 7-9861
time.A I into in the autumn months down never stopped reeling nj it was son 27.77 cent beer.
beachcomber of these! parts ed up (you certainly do when still close to the Shark River and Man remarkable how few i IIh wa ever when I hooked I a t"enty-pound und! Mrs. Fred I J. Niebling of Slur 1---- per- .- utcrcase .---
tells me that he got properly setback fishing for blues) but the pom- asquan Inlets Those blues couldgo lost bonito on .i light freshwater casting Route. Jensen Beach, is. servingabuird I r1: I
the other day when he observed pano expert informed me that the as high as twelve to eighteen I "To get back to I me tarpon my rig with .i Iculwmd reel: no the radar picket destroyer ,
"Pompano Chuck," a resident pompano hook themselves pounds, and I can assure you one mother caught on this l tackle I overat drag and fought it ill the way front "lS) S English; operating out, of1 I I I NO INCOME TAX WORRIES!
of Hutchinson Island. make Greatest for the the inlet into the Indium River Jicksomille
nuisance pompano was m for a thrill i when using a Marco That fish is about five ip The ship recently Contact
a long, long cast out from the shore fishermen is whitingor I There were' blisters on both I :
: : spots twelve or fifteen-pinind test Inc feet long and it i is 11\1\ 111 our fain complete a three month overhaul
He. stuck the rod m a holder, picked croakers nibbling away at the of the linen variety That was long ily mounted My i,,,,(lection oft of ni v thumbs before[ I finully period in the Charleston! S. ('., !
up another one and a sandfleas!, the pompano experttold before nylons and! monifilinienlsVe hearing her ,'"t whipped down this bon to (an angling Naval Shipyard In early April
medium-length cast time meBlucfishermen. added zest to the sport by i is that it bnaaoghi in batty before feat which u m my "hook was the "Enghh" will' ALICE C. SMITHLICENSED
You didnt do well that have the same squiddmg for both blues and stripers it was t to Today the most grueling( i light I ever bud). fresher training at 11Guvittnumo
did you?" commented the beachcomber trouble-only it's mostly suit water m September and October when considering thit this mounted Resting from the' bitlle with the I JIIY) Cuba. Refresher training m
catfish that plague them. George the halt fish were running. flaying fish is nearly hay years old bonito, I saw u school of bait mullet designed! to imunla n the combat TAX CONSULTANTAT
Pompano Chuck: put the second Cargan the Sage of Port Salerno, I a large blue or striper with the state of preservation is a trio shower, Idly flipped the plug readiness of I vrswl! 7-0408
rod in a holder baited up a has a philosophical I attitude toward one of those old! style reels was sets to the skill of the taxidermist into them-and latched! on to lha!
third with more sundfleas. and the kitties quite an experience: there was considerable of that time" biggest! sea trout I have ever seen: The average lifo of I hurnumt! ORRllli BOX 336, POK1 SALERNO, FLORIDA
lobbed them out-this time falling Catfish are the bluefishermcn I possibility of one's Old tackle does have a nostalgia In my life. is about nine ilnys,
miserably.. short! of the second ..cast best friend! :' he told I me .They
mat was me worn yet, commented keep nibbling away at the bunker..
the beachcomber. so that little bits of it drift down
Pompano Chuck" stuck the with the tide and eventually they
third rod in a holder, turned and will chum up the blufish for you
said: "When you learn somethingabout Just be patent Pretty soon the
I pompano fishing thats time nibbles will be replaced! by the
to start ;making remarks about my lift and lunge of a striking blue." -Y ......., ....
casting Lnlil then you'd do better George is right, of course, but .
keeping your mouth shut" sometimes it takes a lot of waiting
Then being of kind heart, he and many a change of chewedup
relented and told the beachcomber bait before the blues are tool- AMERICAS[
that the three casts had been ed in by our little friends,
spaced deliberately to intercept and a + ,
find the range of any school of The speckled perch are still
pompano that happened to come biting although you hive to get
by up mighty early these! mornings
Whichever bait first caught a to counter the bane of the big
fish the other bait would be yachts on St. I.ucie C anal. It usedto most modern
placed in that.area next be that we would figure at least refinery
| two hours of yacht or tugboat free
Remarking 0 nth i I incident time after dawn for our St Lucie
while getting a haircut the other Canal morning fishing and then
day, the man in the next chair- another free period from 5 p.m,
1 I'm sorry I didn't get his name- till dark
said that December was the best I got up all bushy"tailed! and '
pompano month weve had in a raring for some freshwater fishing now Florida
long time I caught 3K() ) poundsthat at 5:30: the other morning was serving
month. He told! me that he i on the canal at 6:10 ant and en- .
uses three rods. with the baits countered a tugboat and string of
equally spaced! between shore and barges just as I walked down the .
an offshore sandbar Sloughs that bank. It took half an hour for the +
run along the beach are the best, roiled water to calm down, when '.
he declare. along came a sixty-five-foot yacht
"And if you can get four or throwing a four-foot wake at 7
five fellows fishing in one stretch a m, Four big craft were headed r-
of beach everybody catches morepompano for St. I ucie lock before the 8 With giant strides, the South marches forward. '
." he said a.m. opening and after that sever
A concentration of anglers. each al more passed! to the westward
with three rods or more In sand before I gave up in disgust at 10 More Industries! More people! More tourists! More Z
spikes. results in a multitude of a.in. with three little specks and!
sandflea baits being out there and two bream as my reward \ income! And-far more automobiles requiring Ir4
the school of pompano sticks However Earl Tillinan wen I t ,
over to the kissimmee River last ";, ..: hundreds of millions of
wig of
gallons petroleum
Thursday, leaving here at 1 11 Mla : ; .. .- ( d ty,.;;*
':f'. .m. and driving;'back by 3:30: ( r ;'11I ; ,' .,h e -' .. \, products each
p.m. with one of the most beau- .
BEER, WINE, tiful strings of big specks seen in
these parts for many a vear He ':' 1,
To match this growth we have recently completed
caught them in just two hours .otl l ,
r they fishing had and to some he cut were'in HO two big i oth fn:if: "r .:' construction o( America's most modern oil refinery

in an ordinary! !frying pan at Pascagoula.i ,

Free Ice Cubes This column commented o n J i I!

finding some old pioneer reels Covering 2600 acres this refinery Is fed with crude t
DIALAT7 in the garage a few weeks ago and! ,

received letter from the Allen following F. Brewer interesting of oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest'

Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach:
underwater pipeline in the world. With
Your article on an 'Old Fishing a capacity

March& Reel'<. has in intrigued The Stuart me News as an. i {ri in excess of 100,000 barrels a day it is one of theworld.s e 4

old! striped bass fishermen from -' I r,
r largest refineries.
New Jersey Prompted by your fl s
'find! in your garage I sorted over t-
the fishing gear which we bronoht 1 .' i
down to our home on the Indian L ; : This new refinery embraces all of the latest
River Drive in Eden. when we ,.
1100 moved down from Jersey SOPH- technology of oil refining- particularly in the I
eight years ago. I know you will
he interested in what came to light: !' r r production of more powerful automotive gasolines. a
the tackle including! reels and rods
FREE which my late mother Mrs. Frank i These completely new Standard Oil gasolines i ri

Brewer accumulated over fifty '
DELIVERYLIQUORS >ears ago and! which she used Y a, are on their way to you now. Try them at your .
when she used! to fish for tarpon #
over on the West Coast around: I II a T Standard Oil dealer's, soon. .
Fort Myers and Marco, in the j
I winters and for striped bass and n
HOLIDAY-blues summers along the Jersey coast m the : ,, T Ournew Gulf Coast refinery Is another example of 1'V

'The reels include one Julius r l j' zrL.. Standard Oil's planning ahead to serve the South. i I Ir
Vom Hofe and! two A. F. Miessclbachs r ,
Also/' there Is one gree
hart and one split bamboo earl
rod each of these rods are fitted
with detachable butts which we 'J .
also have, I also located one of
the leather tongues which YOU
mentioned as a thumb protector
when playing a fish, the Vom !
Hofe reel has no drag, only a :
click but it does have a throw
off[ used when casting. ; The Me is. STANDARD i"
I i
selbach reels have a drag in addition n
alEE to the click and throwoffOn
_these:_older! reels._however_ the"! II I I i 4 OILi t11Lir'a l


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MARCH 28 11 H.hlii) Withr Bportl I ))10, CI... laU-4 1.2,66-8.1.11, Uulding Newa Llgni. is taken to the root system of ih,'
Lv.,).' 7 Tho Lieutonrnt) >,\Y=ContinuedEvenln ;; ;
I 4 Love of Life
f,00-4-1 N..., HporU W..UiM II Hrolon.nnv) plant.
Movh, The Grant Lie Pt I II IIZ
Mornlnt 10
... W..lbr .iJO-I Ih. Difondon PeriodBy Summer flowering bulbs reids
IN. ........ Kr.l.I ). For
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II. Monilnv .t 10 Moo).. Air) Fo..." Pt. I8,10to 8 Joey )IMp .tOO-4 N."., Spurts. WenUietNew. for include crinlllm.
.0a1 Debbie : mnas
1 3 planting i
6'IS-4 Bunrln B.m. Comm.nt 10.U Liwrono. W.Ik 7 and Wo.tho'
Hlntorr of Art .,1_' II.. Hoot 8'00--o.7 Movl.) Wild Rlv.," lilt-t RUr end the. Btorr. Mon. 10 Movie) It Six) Cloudblirm, dahlias and agupanthus
Wed. Or)1. lopla Turl I CompanaThnr.
I::00M".I... "I'I )II) Cry Tomorrow. 10 H.... W..tbor. loon. ..30-4 Phil) Bllvor.III ) .. '..u-.Lt oon,mm,i Annual flowers which maK..
Movlo. tauter Parade" Pt. I It "'...- -It H.llywood Pul.c Virlitty I 20 It P.te Smith (,111-7 So. Hunt IIERVFY SHARPE, apply two ounces of a 10-0-10 top
Afternoon" .i90-4 B.lt al th. P.pl ltIOt-..* """,.mok. I :US--4 N... 10 New., WeataM. IporMt Extension Service dresser to each rose bush planted now include aster hill 1I111
.. 10.10-16 11nn".h.ble., ) t H... Agriciil'ural
llry-llrlnkl.y 2.portII
(SHmt >. Monday .....U) t 1'h. Jol.oin III Tho Drp..ty1041It'Ih 1130-4 A. (S. World Turin ..30 -4 Newa '' If day lilies don't get their early begonia blue lace-flower cetosi.

12,15---1, Mi.vie. Olv. M, Rsirard. to 11 M.ht Llf) nf th* Gold COM Mu). Th.t bptt.. I 11 Girl Monday Talk Miitlnea I intloy.llrlnUoy Report Excessive rains in January have spring meal and a ground cover i chrysanthemum mangold morning .
... Itrostu..f 11t00-4, 0 7, N.. 10 Hua-arfoot
.5-4 WMter
llro.dv/.y nasturtium
00Anlhnl.iny: The.tre I. N.It.Dtl., ) BrlnkMIII 11,0.-If:, +Otl I IO'S =r:. I>48-I Pa.iword Re Mr Uue.tDlaona.lonStOO 11 )laimlnK. ) Punde washed away vital plant food of mulch they not only will be glory rose-moss. ,

111/ Movie, Mld.ummer NlirhU flreum" Now.It 11..0-. .'h.mplotohp) W..tIID -4 De.t' a.45-4 Newa-Walter Cronklt 'I' slow to flower hut will make only strawflowcr sunflower tithonit'
( 7 Lett. M.ke (Color
4.S611".1./ .. 'II...1 In the Bun. Run Corhr.n Nm IItil-4 Moo)*, "75. Con..b' .t2B 10-11> Newa a &.7 1I.-Huntl. Brlnkley. Therefore plan to give all ornamentals verbena and the wish-bone flowci!
Moo)., Ilia Jim MctClalnS .00-4 World .,o.d I' II:20-7 OthorII Wo.'t'l.I .. ,,00-4 Death Valley Day of fertiliser a lazy effort to set color.
:4 6 t:mba.., 'ILv. I nvelrr I Modcrnnn Theitr. "Wi>* Coorill." : -11 Moo)., "Cl..... ''otohou.Th. fool..rartf. I Huckleberry Hound an application After feeding all the plants, then
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7 Ih. Hoii ymoonr III Moo) U Dny I. Court 10 them through their first of The Australian capital of ( tn.
..).. It lllohw.y) Pot,.) U 1I'II.hI' Tb..t.. li, 9 Newa 11 Dial) Art Giwen carry I consider making cuttings poinsettia -
,..SoInt.rn.U..1) Show Tim 11.31-10 W..Uln") Irom T..pa -1-7 ,,30-4 tHR Report azalea croton bcrra is the country's fastest graying
10 LI.. How.rd soC Woman'o, N... spring growth izora, ligustrum
(,00-4-1 N. Weather. BporU
1 100 1 0 C do I &-7 The VlmlnlnnII )
111 It D..try oron. and largest inland
N.... W..th.-" | .S0-4 Rnnt 61S l.ot-Ih "Nluhtw.lch) Show Plo I BtOO, -4 To Tell the Trot "- (10,1 l. and, Harrioton Lawns will need at least twenty I and vihgurruim i Place cutting ii city11LLUSION

10 Movl, Air Foro." Pt. I -7 Hob Hop* I I .20-H ),;,. )IP Wmtlln) 4-7 Loretta General Young llo.pltal -10-11 Patty Dull Show beds, in a shady spot or furnish I
4)nO11 lonmenl 10-II Biirk.ri. I.... i38-IO Movie.) "W.tch On th. ,10.12 .. ISII--: 4 B....".. to thirty pounds of a balanced plant of
.ill-1 Swbunt ..So-4 Twillicht) ton Ithlno) ).,. 1 29--I N. of 10-12 'Ih.Coomr'! D.uithter" food 1,000 yards to shade for the project Cuttings 1 : & RADIO
It N... 13,30-4: E.IK Night ,'00-4 Beverly Hlllblllwe per square of ornamentals form
I.? Tw Tw Tw oU 1 Movl. No. I ,
7.00-18 gunrtae ThMtr. 10.11 Tho Prlco) li Right : ., 6-7. You Don't R.y (Color,) 5.7 Th. Hnliit) form a carpet of green. Universityof many types TROUBLFS?

10,00-4 Alfrod) illtcheockft SUNDAY I 4.10.00lIar.t 11 Queen for.Storm Day 111.12) IIv., L'.y Florida turf experts say it's a'' heavy root systems most quicklyin CALL AT 7-33BO I
.7 Jtrk fur ., 10,-4 Dick Van Dyk mixtures that contain acid peat.
Wok MARCH 29M.r.of 6 M.t.b G.m. 10.11 Our Man HltllniI good! idea to apply !some organic -RENTALS
10 It Fliiht) of th ) Moa.e CbS is the best teacher to
.22_Wynlt1I.2J 4 11.nr.lt) I' .rr' ;; .;;' T 10-11 Mickey Malar Adpm.. Tr llm..ter I 10 5.7 00.-Elnvonlh 4 Dinny Kay tlwir* Show nitrogen so that the grass will not 1 determine Experience the best rooting medium HUNT IV & API'LI.\\CFl2J

4t30, 4 Movie) "(KronimoM ) this in EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD
10 nick Powell lhe.tr.it gulp down greening agent
10:410 M.k. ThRt loot' .tSd-II N.w. .nd WMth M..ike llnom for Vudd ly to use for different plants When
rOVE .5 "..... *..her. loorto 7:00-4 CnHoon-a.vlll, Ch.nnlnir a few weeks and become hungry
Movie) "IUd"o.lIod"
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-4 Movlo, "Th* Do.ort gona". 7 C.rlaon. 10-U Major Au.roe, Traltmaitat It New.-Hill) h.I.1 before your next payuay
1113017' Tonlvht) with Junnnv,.,.00 11 Now.Ti 4i(5 10-11-'i American N. ) ..>._. 11128-4 Non' ),., "('iillfilliSU ). I'aoog' If rye grass is on its way cut, "

10 Miulr.M.vl., Tron.urcr. of Blorr) I ,,30)H--4 II C Comsdr.rtoi>n-o.vlll.Tim. :00-1: Oup.r..nto WoodpeckerIt \ 10 -Movie 8.7) .P,tall ot.hnlto It I J'btvoy D\, )'' La,00fl then mow and rake it out of the \\1 Homestead Exemption

You, lv Ut I 1105-It Nlghtw.teb-V.rtty I Anrlrulliir,,, Hvport Woody LoN Tim. II ouu-lliht Iheatr permanent grass Remember drying I

4,0_II N,.). No I 10 P.O Am.limnII 1:30-10: AHC N... March winds will" cause grassto
- - Biinrl., ) Thntr. NOTICEFile
.>.*-II Kl.hlng) ) Weathar (port*
the water
MftISTo ..00-4 lo.p.1" .'....11Ito ,11-1 Thl), I. the Btora) ; burn, !so sparing
New Red CrossInformation
& Cnrtoon.Btillwlnkl. 'so'S"1.004S will spoil the grass.

ttMornlni S 10( Ooip.1) c....... N.w. Weethar Bportg ManE If your ulcers get fidgety because homestead widow and disability

VM ) 0>--II lllir) Mark 7 Newi, wwAiI.vIS part of the lawn is not a-s your ,
.tie-4 It.,).. 8. .. .'. "Outline) of 1.111--6 F.illv.l) of F<k Mo.). Bl).. Mildred) ) Pleroe' Pt. I be before April1st
fTATIOMSfetter. 111....., of Art"8.45Oil ',30-11 Clmnrron City II Sporle :>trailO R. Gcgcnsthntz vice pre i. green as you think it should exemption application on or

Armed ForoM 1 CI... Hoy '-11 Comm.nt quit worrying most likely the
., s'-.10-11 N... 10 n-Amorlc.n .tla-* Four Htar Iron dent of First Federal Savings S. of kilter or you will forfeit your rightsto
.00-4 Cirtooti.o-vllle. 111 Victory It.ptl.t) Ch.... 10 N.... Weatkar. SporM! !soil temperature is out
t Hopitlonc l.i.ldy .:00-4 Till I. lb. LU 11 New. Loan Association, ot Miami in at that spot and; there is temporary it for 1964.

., 11m Clrelll .7 Tolomlgo( ) .120-7 Highway Patrol" charge of community relations, of iron. To save from
10 Weitem Thru! 10 Pta Amorlc.n .,.2&-4 W...h.> shortage you
11 N... I Mornlni) P'o.h. ,... .iSO-4 N... has been appointed hy American worrying overtime about the pale File tangible and intangible tax returns
CHANNELVASTER .011 Com.dr Tim. .til-5 Th. BuoMd Ho.rt t Huntley-Hrlnkley Report Nation.J Red Cross, Washington color your
TtlS-10 Armed F..... on Pmr.de' ':30>-4 ..lIh) fur Toduy T ...... Weeine. graIn, you can bring green before 1st 1964
.10-1 Airleultunl Report I Th. Chrl).to.h.r.|. II Night LK. on the PAd Co.., back quickly by applying two on or April or you

7 run Club) 7 Ho,)..,. of PottS .:.1-. N.so'-W.bI.. t..nOSItm of iron sulphate to
10 College)) Profile 10 Blbl Tot lk 1.7- N.w* -Hur-Uey, BatnktoyIt r tablespoons will be subject to a 10 % penalty.
I Ti.1_. ...10.. trlendiCHRISTIAN .,4t-4 Th. Uvln) Wor4 Nwe; =Ron Coohran each gallon: of water in a spray

I Saorvd Hot 7:00, -4 Mr Kd: and camellias need a
"GoldenCross 0:00-4 '..... Unto My Foot 5 Jimmy Btrlukland Show. Azaleas \nyotie giving false Information for the purpose, of obtaining

I K.llh rur' loil.y RlprorJ-) good shot of fertiliser as !soon as hllfllc'C lId exemption will Ix liable tit a $!Ofl.OO) ) )) fine or
7 Still Bmull V.'.. II Itunway. Patrol blooming is over. Play it safe and
Fire"Installing 10 Hotpulant Worihlp Hour ,,//10-4 T* Toll th* Trnfk six months in JIll
0.30, -4 Look Up *nd U.. n-7 Movl, Prills of W. Loul."' get one of the many special aza-

I Rig Flotnr, I 0.1 1 011'" Limit.) Icu-cammelm: fertilizers on the
a powerful Golden 7 rtorn.l I.Ixht .,00-4 1'v. Got n SMrM A. C. COURSON
Show- market. After feeding these acid.
10 Illbl TotS ': -4. lury
Cross Fire i is actually like moving I 1 .lOO-4 C on.. Ilo. 10... WKBOB Train) Color,) loving plants add another layerof

your TV set miles nearer the a Mont. "b...... from Rod Ito., ',oo'-4 Danny Thomai these MARTIN COUNTY
mulch around
7 Ttt ) M.n ... .>30-4 Andy Griffith) plants
station You'll see sharper, clearer 10 J..I.h Wo..hlp) H..., 0.? Hollywood and th. inn Roses will need an application
II .').'. Chunk 11 11.11,50'. '. No.,
pictures on channels.\ '1 130-4 Unlv) of Mumil Work.hop '0,00Ea" BMe-.Well Bid* of nutrients during their first flush TAX ASSESSOR

SCIENCE: 5 Moot.I I.? MOoS Miller of bloom. The size of bush and
Mit.. of Ju.tle) 10.11I..klo.) Point
Wilcox-Hardy But when doubt
is factor in
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SVIFS MH-IIN. I Starch 26. 1964 ,.r
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JENSEN BEACH -- --------- ---- - -
NEWS Mr. and Mrs' C h.irles Hall of

Commercial Cooling \ 'Heating.
!MRS M\R1IE HHITM\N. orrespondent AT 7-17W I
Jensen Beach spent Fch 21-14
taAwwasara. I r
in Decalur du itu-nding I ihi i GIVEto
I annual dealer meeting "I I ennox,
Lions Club Has Ladies Night .. Industries Inc Thcxxeie' ,inmnupproximalelv
; you> elealers t pant
Announces )' ". the South who heard I Lennon President your
Plans for Future r ( ax John W Norm mtnxliiee
a number of new products. especially '

Enjoying; a turkey. dinner and I|, hy the following committee: Wallace I I a revolutionary furnace heat,
delightful entertainment at Se.1| Gardner, chairman; William exchanger said to set new stand.antis

mours Inn on Wednesday eve Wei .. John I arson Ed Schmidt. in__quiet. u operation_ .._ ._ +
ning. March I IK. were "ist)three I II Edwin Miller and Homer Arch. North DrkaulI I mil Moun'
members of the ', the northern ol the
Jensen Beach amheault lams 'in purl I
Lions Club I ferrous for Always there.
ones and guests Frank Wacha acted ai muster stale arc songbirds I
The occasion was ladies night.
and of ceremonies and introduce the I here ire abotit I,8VI I l.lrmers' I
arrangements were supervise I ,; : !' with your help'
following 8ue'IMr.: and Mrs 0\ mutual tire insurance' compimes
Fred Falk. Detroit Mich.: Fred in the United Stales -

Stein Jensen Beach; A. M Best '

7oto05Tol i l-ewiston, Mich., and Jerry Doyle, Where this emblem h displayed yon are

I international counselorcst Palm assured! of the finest .insurance servicein
666 Beach, who presided over the induction aF
of one new member Raymond toe ra the land.

_. h_ _____ Middough .. "i". 'a.x ".
Door prizes were won hy MM < ,: i F sI
GA STORAGE Pauline Williams, Mrs I ucy Gid I ,- .- t"""a

eon Mrs Claire Ness, Mn Ma- HOMFVS: \ &() Robins \11'o..1I'oth Mercer.
OrrlCtRS: OF JENSEN! : BKA: ( II ( 'nos. vice president: standing. ) corresponding -
ric Miller, Mrs Judie Carroll and
WAREHOUSE Mrs R. Henscl Special prizes shown at recent installation meeting are. left to right Scaled. WI'I.'IMr'' Mxrtlehitmiin.. out-going recording t
: were won hy Lions Baker Tvroff Mrs Thclma Watson recording secretary: Mrs Frances Huhhell nccrctiiiA Mrs mocha Miller, director; Mrs. (mice Walker.
Storage by the ;I and Heritage! retiring president: Mrs Marie Miller premium and Mrs Edna treasurci. and Mis, Hilda ostello, outgoing director

I A gift of a pearl necklace. and . -... .
--- ----- - -- -- "--- -
DayVeek earrings!! was presented t o Mrs. I ....- .........- ""
Emily Jennings, m appreciation of Explorers Entertain Bluffton Ind. and Mrs Over-
Month Year I' Twister "I
her efforts during the past nine Big street and Mrs \\ilrniin ofV inter I
I American
Legion Trailer
USFI FURNITURE: & years' and the many beautiful ta- I I Holiday i Park visited with Mr, and
Ale ; I which have addedgreatly
APPLIANCES: arrangements' Won't Spoil Seventy-five membeis. and families Mrs U I I.red lust Siilurdu)
to the success of many la Park News Notes w. TILTON
AH, GOLDEN; : GATE die nights. of Jensen Bench American I B.i.

A Gas-O-Rama to be held at Kids' DayAn legion Post I2f enioxod' a covk- i Ry :Si SR.F; (' \KMNf H\1 :: 11'11.: 111'III. II.
I '
Thick's Service Station in South out and entertainment on the legion roMML'sm: lCIRI'Temple
. . Jensen Beach i is scheduled for I '*. t ""* Since MlINSURANCE :
IKih Fl of Fort Pierce
picnic grounds on Tuesday
unusual presentation offer
March 28. Tickets
Saturday may ,
he obtained from anv member of ed by the Lnngford.Hall Park Association evening' March 17 Anton.: those inter residents ol I serving the Indian River area will
Home Loan Talksby the club Entertainment was 'lurmshed hv I the park. who leti for their homes hold its annual 1 tree community AGENCYJENSEN
on April 2, will show the North Mr nil Mrs \ Match 28
Other coming events include mcinlxrs of Hplonr Post 47ft of in were concert Saturday night
pancake breakfast in April exact a just what dimensions The Twist' Fort Piercc. I the xplorers. dressed A \\est 1 ol Ovsui 1101N.. V,: I at M p m at the Indian River Memorial 1 BEACH AT 7-1411
don IlerotlWhcn / Mr. and! Mrs \\illnm Schulz Elk .
has reached. In authentic Indian costumes, AmphitheaterJoe
late to be announced later; a district I I
1 Point S I n. Mr .std Mrs, Fen olBridgeton and Aronsen will
cabinet meeting on April 26 A most unique type of entertainment demonstrated a variety of dance Penny sing
in Belle Glade; a slate convention. is promised by I including the I Hoop. Duflnlo Pea- N J. md Mr and I folk vmys ol many nations I both I
have May 21 through 24 m Hollywood program I II her[ Challcnue. Apache I Devil i I Mrs. ( hurler V.in Note of Bay- serious and light-hearted. In case
ou 1 and the Lions International Convention Merlon Chase committee chair : Dance, the 49 C hunt. and several head N I of ruin the program will he heldindoors
\ : I II of !kids'; Day Free act and Mrs \\aller I hrnian i t lemenlarv .
0 rraam July 8 through I II I, m Toronto man others, which were enthusiastically is 'quite at the I fort Pierce
I Canada. amusements have been contracted received h> the Icgionaires, and ill und is m Martin Memorial llospital School I20<> Delaware 1
Orr to present a great day for kids of f their families Avenue -
all Taking. purl in the dancing were: Mr. and Mrs Baker ol' Sehring -
I'FR ()'1\L ages
t Featured in the Jungleland Safari Scott Hiiiht. !ken; Hukev. Dave visited with Mr. and Mrs ('. dun, I I eons\ birthplace;; the town of I \
Mr. and Mrs Fred Hanson and will he a teen-age elephant Polirolf, Richard Might Bill Morgan I drum last. 1 I Ihiirsday' lllvanovsk, I is to be rebuilt by \\
Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Lillie of Jensen known to her young fans as "Jew. Rod Pilrick. IVle Sumcrlin Mrs Sana Mnrphv ol' Uulew 1 I 1470) us 'the world's biggest monument I ,
Beach and Mr. and Mrs John I el," who !upon hearing hearing Bob Patrick (.. B Wallers a nil I visited with' her sister, Sits Chailes I to the great leader I I ,
Hutchinson of Pawtucket R. I.. Slelarlccl... and while here l '
the music Come on, kls twist, Don Romnncllo Advisor to the ; Aga ;" ;
are enjoying a five-day cruise to losses! her trunk in the air. sets her group I is Frank llolfer of Fort had dinner at the Outrigger with llaihnra. Ann I indsrySHKHAKIU
the Bahamas. They sailed on Monday three tons of avoirdupois in motion Pierce Miss Irene Slewart, 'Mrs Stella ( \\" Jt .. .
aboard the "Anna C" and does a twist that may I driftin and Mrs I lox lompkinsMr Sm\KF. ,
---- I shake and rattle window panes !MRS m:1\MY: IMtRIAINSMrs :: I \ and! Mrs Slewarl, moiored to n''"Ulna IIIH.II.m '\\ f,. ff.).
;r srrrry for block around Birlow with Sirs" Mmphy and 1 1I ..V.cnrr'. 'wIN..n.b1.a i .
a I I'l.k-l "
for ri-4 w and) lirlltrrr
your party This event features an all-star Ralph Henry of Third I remained, (there a few ..11'I \' Phone AI J' 7-46.17 /
DANCEVITI I circus show, with ground and aerial (Court entertained on, Tuesday at I Mr and Mrs (,. \\iihurn ol tift" m
See First Federal her home, with a dessert and
A S\1II.E TO THE I, acts, in addition to the herd of nust.1 I; party: C""I 1 f.-: : -- ----- r. _/ f \
and other animals Safari "f
Her included Mrs Edna .
CARL GRECO I rides are available to the ad. Robbins guests!. Mrs E ranees Hubbell
of Vero Beach HEARING AIDSAll
-- ; venturous voting and old alike Ifvou've Mrs Frances Urquh.irl. Mrs, Bessie '
STYLE never' been aboard an elephant Heppc. Mrs Alice Price. Mrs SKILLa : III I

son \L JUNCTIONS I Ride .tickets you xe missed available a big thrill Ivy With). Mrs! Judy Yeagcrlute.ISirs. I mw styles I at mnsllile prices 4
not a crystal DINNERS: IMNOS: through r-adimi I Price. Mrs Man I .
the local merchants and the Service on all make of InstriiiinnlsAARP
I polite; I, Ihe:56' :! I noon and evening show IH alter-free I Hopkins Mrs Naomi. Axnl1 Hfltr e > !NRTA spi'i'liil program II Years of training and experience have pro

lobe Sound. Morlilu. to allFiremen's. I Mrs Prizes MyrtleShitmnn for free hcurlng test In home or offke vided your druggist with the high degree
high tcores were presented
gazer !546-5187!
Telephone tu Mrs Rohhmk and Mrs Rutlirli, curds, molds of technical precision and that is
I' Auxiliary Ndinn Price and low 'score: award I Phone and mull orders fur tiullerlrs and fords accuracy
II Installs OfficersJensen went lo Mn Wahl and Mrs Yaegcrlmc I needed to compound modern-day drugs.
you get: a home mortgageloan I II .

get the advice of 'someone Beach Firemen's Auxiliary .----- Acousticon Hearing Aid Center
who can help you look I M, :20.! or [ I held its regular monthly meet The government has authon/cel STUART DRUG CORP.

25 years into the future ing at the firehouse on Monday. funds for five saline/ water 709 OKtAGi: AlL: :, ION I'"Hn,
I March IA and elected new officers stratum'" plants designed 'demon-// lOtK Kr.XU.L SI(WE AT 7-1822
First Federal of Vero Beach has ; 'I for the coming!! year yen l "'.III.ller. to fresh .... .________
.. The officers who will he installed -.0
hcl'r 'd to r.I..'t n thousands lif hnm."""'Wowners' ,I
(it the April meeting, are:
futures and their advice
president Mrs Merle Profit!, vice
lo you is based on their experience president. Mrs Lillian Quincy; secretary VOTE FOR SENATOR IRLO BRONSON
with thousands! of borrowers1 Miss April Willcke, treasurer
Mrs Henry Rice, publicity
They can give you exactly the chairman. Mrs Eugene PCMIX. and

type of loan you need with terms food chairman Mrs Ed Spraguc If 'I: '"r "I :'l ,. ..' d;
The Auxiliary i is open for membership 1 .
lo fit your present! and probable "tt '
and interested is 5k
J< (Jl14, .
.I j
future earning capacity And they asked ID contact any present mcm1 I'

lit you pay extra amounts hen 1 her.If :: \ 1 j
For A Lovelier you are member of a fire. I'I'i
you are able which reduces total 'i ;
mans family )ou are automatically ;
interest costs.Furthermore. You This Faster I eligible: others must he approved : \ ;;.t '
One of the Most Members of
they'll give you a Come to. WUItIlllRV hv the board: IIOIDSl i! .c-:: ... t Respected

feeling of security i about your >tSSMtT-C\RI> P\RIV '

home because they look into the Sir,. Lucille Davidson and i l' r t t t The Florida Senate

locution of the property its value I Mrs Flea nor Difendal: were cochairmen -
for a suc,'essful de erl.
title etc This I Is for their own protection ; PelicanBeauty I I
card the Aux-
party sponsored by
but it also help protect t I iliary of World War I I. and hell! ,

you. : Salon i at dnv the April community 20 center on t _i _.4"\ lvji1 10 Years' Experience in The House,

I Door prizes were won by Thur"1
.. .... ... Alma Shotwcll, Mrs ..
. "' mood ar t. 0.000 Evenings by Appointment PLUS 12 Years in The Senates
... I
.kr..tn F d.r l e..U..d.. .Lorn. .l..a. ..-. her of St; I ucic I Estates, a n ,
Corporation. You n r > !
I Clark Claire Scranton
Um with .ny innuDt and |M a0 Myrtle Mrs Phillip Francis I IJ
.. '
amount t nr tot : 215 OSCFOLA AT 7.3484 Special: prizes; were won by MrsEleanor '
(Copyrighted 1964)) J Difendal and Mrs, Ethel I

_, .-__- _- __ .._____-___._ Lowe ( A Member of Eight Interim Committees


COMFORTABLE ij Notice is hereby given to all marine =_

Former President Pro Tern of The Senate
MORTGAGE? ji and navigation interests that vtc will 1 _

.. .. ., ....
If r > *4 a .art. abead.
bur a. lm.ro.. y.ur horn. if have equipment anchored approximately I
I.Ik to Flr.l '....,.1 .1 Vn B..efc.
Vou monthly... .....v. .II....../>In. 11..totnlorl.bl.._..... !..
....., rat.. I || 1,000 feet offshore with cables I A Member of The Legislative Council

Phones Vero Beach JO 2.2373 I H extending to the shore at Jupiter Is. __
J 1 1i

land. Location is approximately 9 I

FIRST FEDERAL I |j miles south of the St. Lucie Inlet. This I i "

SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONOF& LOAN f| equipment will be lighted at night by I

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY H 3 red lights in accordance with Coast =_ I RE-ELECT

2045 14th Av Dial JO 2-2373 H Guard requirements. IRLO BRONSON
Vero Beach, Florida
Free Parking on 15th Avenue II DEMOCRAT)

HOURS: 9 to 3 dally, except Wed-

Pfsday, 9 to 12. Open 5 to 7 Fri |i DICKERSON I

day evrninf. Ckmrd All Day

Where Customers Send Their H Incorporated .


Pa J Political Advertisement He Works FOR Martin County Interests !

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Stuart N tlUn ERNEST LYONS' COUIMSIIntelligent



published every Thursday at 1 III 1 1 Eat Ocean Boulevard May Be Here on r

Stuart Martin County, Florida The opinions exprcw.I ire (hose

Entered M tecond-class mail matter at post offico at Stuart Florida_ Our Own PlanetI of the writer*. If do,mri.1. Miers
are printed above a nail' di- plumebut
MEMBER OF: never without The News knowing

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION BELIEVE I things are getting better. Dr the name of the writer I Let
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ten sent an anonymously arc tiled
O. Simpson biologist at
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS George In the waste basket.- rhe( Editor
writing in "Science," official publication for
LOCKWOOD. Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor the American Association for the Advance BLOOD BVMv IIFXI
LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager_ ment of Science: suggests that we stop looking

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County Florida, $4.50 per year; two yean for life elsewhere in the universe and examine Editor May Stuart I thank News you.: on hchili, at.i

850. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates) It here. And one of his colleagues chimed in: Martin County Blood Bank t tai< '

Anywhere else In U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, 'By all means we should continue our search
mouths SI.75. the splendid publicity\ vuu JWM
Six: month $2.75, three '
lo try to find! intelligent beings on Earth. drive Thur"aIa'h \\1
Foreign and Canadian rates on application our on ,,,
Seventy-five ol' hlootl l sera p vs
THE SUPPOSITION that there could he pints
Jonated. making this one 'I! 1" "
intelligent beings right here while rather hard best driven We arc deep)" m'" :

Protest Road Closing-or Lose Lake Forever io swallow at first thought, becomes more and ful to all blood donors .
more credible the deeper one digs into it. If its The Blood Bank auld, \ 'dst, ,

reasonable to assume that somewhere in the like to thank: Stuart \\ 1'111.' m '

One More Asset Down the Drain as Ilimilahle depths of the Universe there is in- Hub for the use of' ,the I","iliimg/ _
elligcnt life why not here, too? Martin Memorial Hospital un
and transportation the noncan 4 k"

Mile Lake Fenced Off from PublicUnless CERTAINLY we are just as deep in Outer Red Cross for tots and hi. nkisDr ( .
Paul Cragc M.D .endd r
?space from them as they are from us and if '
Biker, R.N.: the 'iorOl'lIIwl'' _
the Game & Fresh Water Fish Com- It strikes. us that an immediate appeal It t is impossible for us to get there to find B. and Health Assoviin' 'i", md, _
for them to
hem: it is equally impossible Xi Gamma Phi ( haptci .n Bctu'
mission intervenes and establishes that thereis should be made to the land! development company get here to find us It looks. like each of us is Sigma I'hi for refreshment Hoi I k 1 '(

a public right-of-way to Mile Lake or leasesa to request the lessee of the lands to leave joing to have to do his own home work on his day I Liquors Dixie Bat' mil, (heI

public right-of-way to that historically noted the access road open. As enlightened interests, own home grounds. Iks Lodge for medicinal liquor

angling spot another area asset! has gone down realising the value of recreation to this part and I lou Collins of Xi ( 'ammoPhi I
the drain. OWN PART I to stop Chapter and Barbara Hnscia t
ON MY am going
The woods road leading in to the large of South Florida! they should respond ('Ohi- laving faith in ice machines. Intelligence is Shirley Granfield. Barhan,, for. t j.ae wfe'fl''

fresh water lake on the west tide of the North tively. laid to be the measure of a creature to adapt nw, Mary Hudson" Audro shod
end of St. Lucie Countywas local Uaik Walton chapter Carol Slcmle. Joan Flores Bum
Fork and southern Failing this, our self to circumstances and 1 I am going to hive
fenced off a, few weeks ago-despite the Sailfish Club and others interested in pre- to admit that 1 am not equal to the ice ma- Robinson silon Zeta and Chapter Betty Abbott Beta ot Sigma hp
fact that it has been used by the public for our dwindling recreation assets should! .
serving : )'hi, for serving refreshments
more than 30 years.A ask the aid! of the Game & Fresh Water Fish Sura Timon President
large development company, which owns the road! to this mechanicalox Bank
Commission in re-opening THE ICE MACHINE is a big Martin County Blood .
several thousand acres on the west shore of prime fresh water fishing territory.. :( off the side of U.S. 1 just past the DairyJuecn.
the North Fork and surrounding the big lake, URGtS; : HIM IK.IIIS;
and nickel
There was a similar case in Indian! River If you put in a quarter a
is reported to have leased the acreage to cattle County where the public was denied accessto he little man inside is supposed to saw off a iNMAiiin: AIOV;
interests. That it well enough-but the long- ISLE I : ST. LttlF: SPAN! ;
Blue Cypress Lake The county finally con block of ice and! push it out the door.
used road leading in to Mile Lake should not Editor; Stuart News: i t
have been blocked off. demned a rtghtof-way to reach the fishing never. does for me. 1 I've been a resident of Ocean

Mile Lake has sufficient water acreage to grounds freeze Park for fifteen years now. ,
While Mile Luke is smaller than Blue AT AROUND 6:30: of a Sunday morning. Fishing was excellent! from the rswl ;
domain. It has pleasure
.' be in the public I 1 drive blithely to the box fish around m of
Since course
of Martin and St Lucie Cypress, it is still one of the largest lakes up old Jensen Bridge
to bass fishermen to bass. fishermen of the two counties, ny pockets, find I have a half dollar two hey tilled moM of the area and!
Counties for a lifetime, as well as to many will of this M
being second! only to the Savannas nickels and! a dime. Since this obviously node a causeway out
hundreds of visiting anglers. lot make a quarter and a nickel. I drive five ilso "killed" the best fishing in '
Hundreds of boys-includins Boy Scouts If it is allowed to go down the drain, we '
docks to an all-night restaurant and change the[ inland waters. Ikk "ri ,,.,." 4
and! Youth Conservation Club members have will have lost t an invaluable recreation asset. the half into two quarters. Returning I put They built a fine bridge over

tasted the first joys of genuine wilderness The time to protest and correct this situationis .ho right change into the machine, there is a he St Lucie River better known the west ot the North Fork ol the 'St Lucie River in south St. Lutie C ountv m ,
1111.1I.IE: I to
Mile Lake. before the closing off of this fishing the "Ten Cents Bridge. This ,
camping on the shores of Many now and rumbling-but nothing comes is unless recentl fenccd-of! road giving public access to the fishing water is ; "
their to fishing water becomes an accepted and unprotcstcd humming a bridge should he put to a better he a lost area asset a '
have introduced sons Florida
fathers Develoi, '
Rcturn"and bass such this beauty in a
"Com as
button that lor for trophy
and the shores of Mile Lake. situation ut.. I push a says advantage for all Martin County opened. The lake has been famous years ?
campingon no coins return. We need night lights on this ment Commission photograph.
bridge not only for the safety of
ON THE LEFT hand side of the ice machine pedestrians, but as an excellent advertisement
it says "Ice Cubes in Bag 4c( Use Any to draw fishermen to SAYS SUING: IIOSPlrtLNIULI.EIIIEAD of directors. I hope you can do QUOTABLE QUOTES

Good Things Happening to This Area Combination of Coins." I put in a quarter, a the area. ID*:.V, something to direct the fumes flan You ask me if America "is ,i, '
I cheerful hum I'm sure the Stuart Rio and IHIS ODORS into stack high i
dime and a nickel; there is a BUI the kitchen a a great country. Well its easi i I.'
ming and! silence Jensen Beach this merchants Why not Editor Stuart News: enough so they cannot be drawn see that if we don't t Know Ruv. ,1 .
Be benefit by move
Dreams RealityMartin
As Begin to thanks to
Many get behind this Any help from 1 want to express my into the air-conditioning system does They never say anvth n.
THEN WHILE I am desperately pushingthe you and The Stuart News would go all those who mule my stay at and pumped into the wards. Every except in our direction. You ..n
coin return button, m between kicking the Martin Memorial Hospital so pleasant hour before meals theodors'
County has picked up steam and is Minute Maid Hood! and other concerns are ice machine, some tourists from Illinois drive far. Yours truly, The nurses, .aides orderlies, day an apptiar! Ih the'' waW: YoV,' h.awlJO"} .,'Jouhu.aml fears. Th.ii

beginning to roll. putting in vast citrus acreage in western Mar up take out an Ice"West and a couple of big Joe Sorrell housekeepers all were so pleasant can even get tired of homecookedmeals I all right Cut isn i t it striking i r 'ui

Word last week that the county has $2 I 0- tin County with indications that within five thermos jugs and send their little boy over lr> I heard while there Me City of if you have to smell them that everybody I in the world !Isoss .

000 which it plans to spend! on the paving of to seven years there may be as many as 50,000 put some coins in the machine. "It is out of Dear Mr. Sorrell like: excellent Stuart had appropriated $2.000( to too long. in our direction.-Robert Frost
sounds an
the Pratt-Whitney Road means the realizationof acres m citrus here. order," I tell the little fellow but he stupidly This would it be more sue the hospital to make them I I'm scvcntv-four; and maybe a ,
idea Not only situation I don't know watches hi
another dream far sooner than was expected.We Our new high school on Stale Road 76, inserts coins in both slots-and out comes a for the fishermen but correct a bit fussy Anyway thanks and if No sensible man "
convenient what it ia. It seems to me they feet hit ground. He looks ahead i r I.'
built on the pay-as-you-go plan (as the tax of ice and big bag of anyone else agrees with me it
block attract
congratulate the County Commissionfor their twenty-pound we have noted that lights could donate the money to help. see what kind of ground they) II jj
the refinancing of the Martin County payers really found! out when they got ice cubes bait fish which in turn attract What a mullet headed idea to sue might help. I hit next.-Ernest t Haycon
1963 tax: bills) Is one of the finest in the state. fish so the night fishing Sincerely yours
bridges system which made these extra funds game and make the hospital spend money L. W. Smith .
available and which have resulted In freeingthe The new Carver Gardens high will also be a THERE WAS a day when I would hurry would doubtless he improved We It's a non-profit organization When a man buys .1 r new hat

tolls on the bridges and making a modern credit to the county when it is completed. back to the restaurant for more change and heartily endorse the idea and! suggest before If they didn't sue some lawyer Disregard for human beings is I he wants one just like! the one he

; Jensen Beach span a reality instead of a pro New subdivisions are changing the face of rush buck to the ice machine to he cheated! that a delegation(Commission bring it wouldn't get a fat fee. the first qualification of a dictator had had before. But a woman I\n't J

jected future hope. the land. New homes are being built by the again. No more. Now I buy my ice on the the County The EditorSorority Now a suggestion t! to the hoard .Milton S. Eisenhower that way.-E. W Howe

Never before in Martin County's history scores. At least two modern apartment buildings Saturday before I go fishing from some man --- --- --,
been under one in Stuart another on 76 near the 1 I can see, at, t me. I"ice "nouse ove-r V"nn r\m, nnd I ,
have projects
way or so on many the progressive eve of occunng. high school and! a combination apartmentand think that it is things like this that prove the Is 'R 1.41 rl, I e'C"r; .u'.. 'r'". i r
professional building in Stuart are in the possibility that there may be intelligent life Giving >" ,'Ij
We are getting pure, treated city water to
of planning stages. right here. ; :% t .
Scwalls Point and the future resort area We are rolling. Realtors say that Interest is .
Stuart Beach. in Martin County land! investment THERE ARE more and more indications "l.'t"'if}' "
picking up '
St. Lucie County has given top priority to particularly from the Gold Coast-Palm Beach that we are breaking through the ignorance $ 1 000 Scholarship .".::1>: .' : .
the paving of the ocean boulevard from Fort where land are smarter than ,
Browned Dade areas- prices barrier. Young people today are !
Pierce to join with the paved section in Mar here. Why justa : h ; :
much higher than they are young people twenty-five years ago. I In the event the student 1 1f .
Beta Sig-
Stuart expenses
tin County. Our growth is being noted. This is the third couple of weeks ago at the Martin County the combined for :
U. S. I four-luning will I I I be completed fastest-growing county in South Florida. We Fair I noticed that the boys and girls on the ma Phi chapter have completed cannot continue in college any ,
000 scholarship
$1 will .
I through Martin County by late summer or have gained! 29 per cent in population in the thrill rides were refraining from squealingand plans to present a Martin County reason any remaining monies ,

: early fall. past three years and! it now seems more than grabbing each other. High to a qialifymg School senior to assist i t revert to the Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship j

The state has Indicated! that it Is ready to safe to assume that the prediction of I960- with a college education Fund. t
spend $1,000,000 to build a new high-level that we would! again double our populationin NOW. IN the old! days it used! to be that Applications may be obtained A screening committee will select -

bridge over St. Lucie Canal at Indiantown! ten years-will be true when 1970 rolls you never really got to know a member of from the office of Mrs. Mane three finalists from the applications -

Twelve miles of Martin Highway are to heR around.We. the opposite sex until the two of you were in a Huening at the high school. Ap- received and will, presenta ,

paved opening up a vast new citrus area and are rolling We have momentum. Good roller coaster on a Ferris Wheel or one of plicants may be either male or resume of these to a joint meeting i

beginning a project which will link two county things are happening to Martin County and- those Dippee-Divce shaker-uppers The girl female and scholarship stipulations of Xi Gamma Phi Exmplarand it
i : scats. Stuart and Okeechobcc. have you noticed it?-all the feuding and the would squeal and grab you and you would are as follows: "must be in Epsilon Zeta Ritual of Jew- t ...:. ;
has died! down Adam's Apple and! grab her. upper one-fourth of graduatingclass !
The 'Glades Cut-off Road from Fort Pierceto fighting swallow your "
when all start scholastically; must show financial els Chapters as students "A, "B"
and the Biggest news yet will be we >
.. Martin Highway Warfield! Highway need must have a desireto "C," The scholarships ill be f ,
of and
in part attendant! at the ;
'Glades will soon be a reality, greatly expediting working together for growth every I MENTIONED to the of
complete at (least two years
the movement of crops to market and! being Martin County and that day seems closer than Dippce-Divee that there was mighty little education beyond the high school 1 awarded to the student receivingthe

beneficial to both counties.. ever now. squealing and practically no grabbing going on. level: must show evidence of in- most votes trom the combined I

He agreed "They came here in automobiles dustrv and integrity membership
a and they'll (leave here in automobiles he said. the money will be depositedto Money for the scholarship' was i ,

"The rides are just t sort of a restful period in the recipients credit with the raised by B annum rnare ti'members k1
: between. The Dippec-Divce cannot begin to college of his or her choice to be at their Ballwhich I, w
: State Agricultural Authority \Warns About compete with her holdin' on to him and him used as fat as it will go toward, is held yearly in February 1 v

I holdin' on to her going around! a curve at s j je

: Careless Use of Pesticides; Follow Labels sixty. miles un hour. .+ {

.. WELL THAT made sense It showed! that F b r ,1 I Is

: The Agricultural Extension Service I at ial on yourself! remove the contaminated! clothing our young people are adjustable And, after all, : : .

Gainesville warns that the worst danger for and! wash with soap and water. Even if youdon't ability to adjust to circumstances is the true .

the pesticide always wash your hands measure of intelligence. ,
gardeners is not following Instructions on the spill ,

: label when applying pesticides" and face after a session with a spray can. THERE PROBABLY are intelligent creatures -

Carelessness with some of the chemicalssold "If you should! feel sick after applying a on the planet, if we would look hard for '

: to control garden pests can cause death, pesticide contact the family doctor In such an them. The most intelligent locally are the Civil ., 9 aS e
the service warns emergency be sure to take the pesticide con Defense personnel who have picked! a giant ". 1J j
"Even though you read the directions last with underground cistern at Jonathan Dickinson __
tainer the label to the hospital you
: week, pause! again to review the instructionson or State Park as the place from which they are 1
: the label. Then take. care to heed all direc "If there is only a Uib' of the chemicalleft going to come out and direct rescue operations 1i 1

.. tions, cautions and warnings. over don't remove it from its original con- after the balloon goes: up i
.. "And even if the directions don't say t", tainer. Storing small quantities of pesticidesin j

: play it safe by wearing gloves, sleeves rolled! a spare baking powder can or a box for SINCE IT IS impossible to put the ",.OUO000 ),- 1
.. down and collar buttoned. Wearing shorts is powdered milk is inviting a one-way trip to residents of South Florida into this con 1I

: taboo when applying chemicals in the garden! the hospital crete cistern, which is practically impervious I

:: "If you should spill some pesticide muter- "Never store pesticides near foods of any to fallout, some forty key Defense personnelplan ,

:: .. 1 ".. ''''''''' .aaWlt_ kind. For Safety's sake, keep food! in the to apend the crisis! there so that they will t
kitchen cabinets and chemicals in a locked! be available afterward to help the 3,999,960who

.. The Stuart News will furnish photo prints cabinet out in the tool shed." won't have such protection aAA Fr t

of sizes up to 8 by 10 tnches, of any picture St. astet'
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 NOTHING could be more logical than "
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional Whenever groups of "professional men" the fact they could hardly be expected! to helpus

prints ordered from the tame negative at the decide that it'. unethical to advertise," we if they got radiated along with us. '

same time; larger sizes by special quotation. note that they immediately hire press agents .
Stuart New employees will not take photographs to try to get a lot of free publicity THAT IS REAL smart thinking. So why PARKS SUPERINTENDENT Bill Ambler stands on a ate -ladJcr '
except for the newt and advertising look for intelligence on other planets when we to water petunias in Stuart' distinctive flower pots on lamp po*

column ot The Stuart News. Well-informed, people always agree with probably have it right here, mixed, in with 1ELLOW ROSE BLOOMS LN MEMORLVL PARK on Bart Ocean Boulevard.IDIft .
altruism, too?
'A your own views.

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'. I Ranker Meet r TIFT STL1RT: (TlorWa) NEW?
Warriors Band Recreation DiscussedAt Commission Aids Ihiirttlay, Min'i: J6, 1%.. 54'in

for Fire i I Friday and attended
Qualifies Department Jupiter
ANNA MINEAR Chamber Coffee"Concern I The Bankers Round Tahlt of
Correspondent Phone 746.4643Republican Palm Beach i calms met Tu.Htlayit the pancake: supper tor the Boys
....... !\j!,,.. and Curls Slaters Mr AlexandeiWM
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Coimlrv (
State ContestJupiter r lot Our 'I ,'ith'aught! [ baseball Mrs Brace Premier, director < oninuuHkr Huold! H Corwmpicsenlid leqticsla principal al Jupiter School:
; have been t the Iola I ,H. of Siitur-!', ol 1 Curls Softball League; I the new itieonienl| between I First Bank ol Jupilei President I before going to Delray Beach.
Gubernatorial High School Marching I the trout commission and I Richard McCord wan the chairman
l cotfee' Jack !Hardin. secrctary-trwMircr.: ;
Warriors: will go to the state band I \ Ronald Smith pla\or agent for the i the Jupiter Volunteer' hire Department : acting: lair the host hunk' with i George Shock who is stationed
"' ) I \ .11 I hkMl.us commission tittecn: hunks repfc suited .nid six at Chirlesion N n ,il liase. K
Candidates nacthcrcultllofttthA ol Recreation UK! Its Value senior diMsion' Bruce Meyer player
Spoke HereThree awlnnng wathe nieniheis Mr .anal Mrs.
2. COll1l11Ul1111Richard agent for I 1IIIIe League nie'olniji i I tv-onc unending visiting Shock '
I one excellent rating and. two su I Mctoril master of Mc<"ord then introduced Ed- The' tile department, accordingto Jerry Ihonuis, chairnmn of the 'I Albert Hibiscus Avenue,
contenders lor Florida parlor rating in the district competition the' oneeiir will receive hoard of the First Hank of Jupiter OMTRC'S stretch in the N,iw has
A period ot questioning followed I i ceremonies mtrodiuiJ Roy Rsxod.so win C. Baggett I. manager of personnel igreement. I ;
office that which was completed on 'S'IMHI I ) Im' the twenty-four introduced the speaker, John stretched the tail. w ho is now six
top ot governor, spokeat the talks. allowing the candidate ho set the topic introducing services lair RCA, Bag-
Jupiter School Thursday night I to !give their stands on many uesJay John Urewhaker. president of the Belt told of the work done in I prolcMion: nl the town If. whenan ScarlettScarlett. feet six inches lull/

to many GOP supporters and can | problems that face the slate and The state contest to he held! at Jupiter.Tequesla-Hobe. Sound Athletic North Palm Beach in Us brief I XMvr' check of the department I RCA plant North manager Pulni for the Melvin W \\hilesell and his
didates for other offices on the I also acquainting the voters with University of South Florida in Association: four \cars.. of existence in little I s :linani.es; is "made: it appe+ors plan! at and Reach in. son, Tom have joined Mrs White-
Republican licket.Reprelenlallve 1 I the candidates Tampa w the result of three trial Rood I told the group that Lilllo League baseball He laid the program that lhowill not. have funds tocomplete fence on automat the urn 11."ItrSJ'CclUl its sell ut the home ol her I 1.llher.
Charles ratings for each school band The league baseball for this area has had grown from I IM boys the scar, (he eommismon on hankiii)! \ \ Marry P Jackson, on Riverside
Hollex Al ( livid!
of St ) marching competition was held grown beyond the Kmams', playing 'in la6t I 10 an expected will consider further lunds' for operation guest ouriiuy : Drive Mr
Petersburg spoke! first followed Garden Club I Hears I sponsorship : : : i ::. (the : had ask- examiner for lorida Utilities C 0111/ Jackson is convalescing -
by H B, Foster of Fort last fall during the football \season of the past eight \car In VKKboy enrollment in .I9M. and commission' introduced at home after a serious illness
Myers and Kenneth P Folks of Flower Show ReportThe when a judge attended one introducing Hrewhiker, he pointed i that the program now included ell (hut a report he made" to them mission. was to I at St Mary's Hospital
Orlando. All the candidates told of Ihe Warriors' marching displays out thai t the project: would now many other sports. on all hires within the town limits
how they would the directors of Travelers Palm and marked! the performance on be carried on h) an area association I.. B. l'IlIrl.. chamber manager"" Adunisinii\ m me local newspapers He fore the meeting adiourncd Mr. and Mrs Paul I I Hanlcv.
problems of taxation major. Garden Club met Monday at Sal- points The band rated excellent announced the husmes men's coffee was discussed with a viewto for a soeuil hour it was announced Cava Road, recently visited their
and reapportionment : haven with Mrs Wilbur Oldham at that lime. Brew baker introduced his stuff for \\ednesdav morning and spreading the account widely that. the Central Bank of Palm son, Paul V. lI.anleon "P renh'

if elected highway to office.construction Mrs. Troy Wood and Mrs, Henry On Tuesday three judges, C. of officers: James ( ran'tor. director the lIe,1.Itllflhtl coffee on April for the best 1 service and Major Beach County will he host at the Dav" at Florida Slate University
next April 21 I.
I Siefert as hostesses O Hulich. Charles Quarmby and of senior hasvhill' Howard It, to he sponsored! by the First Rohson reporled that the blinkers! meeting on at Tallahassee

Representative Hollcy, who is Full reports on the flower show Hunter Wiley graded the hand I Way. director ol I. I 'title LeagueOutstanding Bank ol Jupiter and warning signs, slowing the
the minority leader in the Florida ----- heavy truck! traffic to fifteen miles InR.'IiU: : IHrKF. Mrs William 1 I. Keteham and
House of were received and discussed from on concert work and sight-read her daughters Jane and Beth otColumbus. .
Representatives, and is hour, had been installed
an at
every angle. ing In both of these categories, the Mr. und Mrs lobby( C iiliu'pper,
now serving his second Ohio, are the ol
term in Students Honored both mils ol' the AIA I Alternate !ituosis
that body, predicted that the next The club made a contribution band received superior ratings bridge. Si.htH l Road announce Ihe hirlh her parents, Mr and Mrs. Russell/
legislature will to the Audubon Society's National Phyllis Calvcrt also! won a superior of a son John Richard, on March Green pirate Plac .
enact a tax on Ine J2M: ( ) to
food, which he Sanctuaries and Nature Centers rating in her student conducting commission Sct".1 Ift "Ricky" has an older brother
would veto if By Parent Teachers AssociationOutstanding the Jupiler High l Bind in ,
mid sister.bin.
governor. He also promised to It was also! announced that the appreciation ol Us fine work in More than one half ol ill/ tobacco -

eliminate waste in the state Junior Garden Club members will The individual band members district competition Ihe funds' Blanche Rich. who was products manufactured in the
ern men!. 80V'j be in charge of the next regular were rated in an earlier competition students at Jupiter \\illiani ('nxkrlt larrv Sawvcr I will and in the expense! of sendingthe forme-rlv Mrs !Merle /Hliinchard, U. S comes from various North

Candidate H, B. Foster meeting on April 7. with the following gratifying I High School l were honored by the Douglas Bogue Cheryl M.lcLllch.1 hand lo the stale contest in air Wisconsin, has been the guestof Carolina cities

contractor and farmer talked about Attndmg the meeting wre: Mrs. results: Solos rated superior were Jupiter Purcnl leather Asviciu- lan, Janet pa\ne, Norniuavalct- Tarn pit. !Mrs. S. E. Rood lair .several The Circa) hikes have
John Arsenault Mrs Beth Bowman piano; Nancy Sic. Lion in an esli
the I )man Austin an issemhl\ Tuesday morning SI 1\ 1 ( onimissioner I Johnston the Blanchard home-
waste in the construction of clarinet la, 101 Pcnnock and M irsru guise days lanuly mated tMKM) miles
Mrs. Walter Pascal), Mrs Albert gal ; Phyllis Calvert. trumpet square ot
florida roads and offered methods Susan clarinet 1 Sullins; ninth grade, Phillip Barr announced t that the horseshoecourts : sleiuled !port of Ihe present Buy deep waterPAINTS
of cutting down the exorbitant Mrs Alderman.Hobarl Mrs Andrew Mans Jones French Stinger horn, Martha; Kathy Koseberry Mrs Walter Robertsand: Mrs. Alice C legg. I orne I affey. Michael 'I III town Hall Paik are Seoul Cutup in Jonathan Oickin- _. .-- -
Collins. : -
expense He also urged that the Mrs. Meyer : I William Slogan, representing the I IMslag, Claudia Kriebcl. rituals foi uselullnwrlig son Park in/ the early years of the
Lefkowit. Mrs William R. Lewis ,. flute: Debbie Mathews 1 :: ; :
additional tax on auto lags and ; PTA, presented certificates to Sharon H.irrison.; ken Si.irk. K in- I I ,the nii-ilmn the vesting centuryMis HARDWARE
Mrs, O lynn Smith Mrs Hugo : flute; Joe Cox. snare drums; DavieDavidson 1
intangibles be repealed. I I baritone horn those students achieving an nil A dee Cioodmm. IXNiie MorgIII.1 )! miMrmion' I hooks were purged Allanllc l 7.0363
Busch Mrs. William Fnglcman. : : Ciilherien Trye of Wcsl t
A and B the
or an for ,
: average Marvin .,1111I11. kalhv Could llu Inset election I will. he held
Ken Folks, a candidate from Mrs Howard Horlon. Mrs. Edward :I Price, Linda Bassett and LindaCache I first semester of this I I'uliii Beach. and Mrs. 1 urine Hop
)ear Timothy Dilex Scott Mills, Margaret I on April 1 1Patterson Q]
Orlando who is a lawyer and Pearson Mrs! James Pay twirling Jupiter. Chapter 01. the National : Pease: : and:;: i Belsx Scrak. tenth' I tins of Aurora, III. wrrr Riiestnut r | c.i..ni.. raw
business man, has experience on Mrs Carl Schlacks In the ensemble three ; of !Mrs P.i t
ner Mrs Fred groups the home Shirley I. Plumlil. Su..lln
Beta Club conducted brief Barbara Miller, Brendi Rolison "
a grade -
the Board program
of Instruction as hiabackground Wilson Mrs James clarinet trios rated excellent: Cindy Files T d Pennock Point for .
Kelley Ray i toy on ev.cral
in conjunction with I h e C ulhie' H,irp. Mary Jo Rood.Fae 1 r : Pip. CalTa
in life. He
public Louise
urged Hanscn and Mrs William Jacques Ashury Freeman and cla>i I last week.Mrs .
efficiency and sound business John awards assembly I Snyder Cunt Siipma. Bruce Sk.ukEUctrl.
Gilhck.: Kathy Burkett. Margaret !1
methods in the administration of SILDtMS: :: VACUIOMVG: Pease and Nancy Sicn.il; and : Beta: Club President Howard Harmon 1 ens Shollis, I li/nlvlh For Fifth TermKenneth May Met/el ol Almond. .....11..
the stale Folks also urged that I: Kathy Bmkett! Sharon Harrison Gibson i served as master: of ceremonies I Gillord, eleventh' grade I lorn \Vift, is the guest ol' her aunt. Motor BrunliM For Bl.ck. A D, k.r,
the intangible[ tax he removed and Several local students attending and Sunsan Slinger. Director John I I IBupp' and spoke! to the student Brown, \\iiller (legg. Michael Mrs Sophia Rood. al her homo Skill. Porter C bl. .nt Ot ...
that the Milk Commission be Honda Southern College lake records showed large I body on I the rapidly changing' Shollis. Deborah Dihlcn, ('vnthuiPennoek ( Patterson residentof I on ('ountry I.me Koud
land are their I a I Dixicl Bonnie Jupiter fur twenty-live! INDIAN RIVER SALES
spending yearsand
tired. spring va- American scene and the necessityof llogue
of the of the : ,
cation home. percentage rest band. Helm I ot whohomesleudcd Mr nut Mrs II R Alexani On Th. Drlv. On. Mill North
re'l at I rated excellent specialized training lor Uxlay's Bellv Irvine I >mla I Illf. grandson pioneers JKNSEN BEACH
Miss Susan Brown, daughter ot /Band-Parents Association citizens. fe). Deborah Mathews, and Mirtha here has filed lor 'i der,Oelrnx /Beach visited friends

Mrs. Ernest SmithIs Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown. Pen- Richard Pease pointed member o u tI Jeff Slaffi. valcdicloriim of the Roschem twclllh grade: Barbara his tilth' term as commissioner\ 'I I; .
nock Lane is visiting with her that this is essentially class of |yft4, outlined the reasons Renningir. John Iniendly, from Ihe south ward
Entertained and her a young inch. Mevk PHI.." whoso immdparcnls homestead
parents grandparents Mr. hand There is senior for studious application! in Greg Coar, "Kerslin ,
only "
one in
and Mrs H, B, Gooding, Lake the a few seventh and high school und the awards accrued Brandt )Dailcne Hirl/ell 1111 dM.anlyn included the land from Pen-
Mrs Robert and Mrs Worth group (' nock: Plantation to Jones (reek
Sylvester from such ouey
'I application
eighth graders and tenth and elev.
Donald Greenmen entertained in Joe Michael son of Mr and enth the "(lathering! Wisdom and know Palm Point and much ol lupitei'
hulk of
honor of Mrs Mrs A. J. Michael graders filling (, Southard of i River I si.ties, Haul that when hi
Ernest Smith at River the sixty-odd member ledge" wan the I theme of the elevoiionul surge Monterey,
Mrs. Sylvester's home on Ridge- and Tom Sawyer, son of Drive'l aggregation presented by Marilyn I Culil. is spending! several l dos. first came to Jupiter there wen I : Ti" [Lif'si

wood Circle Tuesday evening Mrs, Paul Sawyer, River Drive, Coucv senior Beta C luh l11eml'llr'l with his parents Mr. and MM. only three telephones and Jails>
Those honoring Mrs Smith with I are the men home for the holiday Principal Howard Swycrs con- George Southard, o f I RiversideUrisa. Iswhere the Pine'H was a line woods
a shower of baby gifts were: Mrs. Joe Michael brings hack the hon. I I Woman Club grudiilated! I the honored students I the local people got then

Otto Divosta. Mrs. Harry Me- or of having made the clean list and urged nil students to determine (hnslmas trees 'I 1 here wore ihiee-

tropolus. Mrs. Chester at college Elects to pay the price in 'time, energy houses and JI.lwUNur'iCf\ on
Mrs. Russell Colby. Mrs.Barber'l and effort required ol the I Indianloun KoudPailerson
MRS. R UNA II IK: SPEAKS: Smoltey Saytt is jusiiimhly' proud
Minor, Mrs. W. l. Gantt Mrs. student who achieves scholastiuil
Roy Wallwork, Mrs. Ivan Nichols 'I Mrs. Roland L. Ramvillc, Jasmine Mrs Alvin Btittcrfield was elect ly and participates in the over-nil bra ol I the 'accomplishments ol. I h tI '
and Mrs. Ruth Dixon. Drive was one of the speak- ed president of the Jupiter Woman school program = PREVENT BREST fiRB I own Council since he hrst was GO'I' !
s ers at the snrmo Fast r na.f noon 's Club at us meelini Tuesday' The honor roll of students caning I elided to splice, and lecls that

I ery meeting l hcldn- Palm I ; Beach' evening at the Town Hall/: I I I a straight A average 'lair Ih>, I the\ water company Hired lights :
finer roads
ProfessionalHearing Shores last week Mrs. Buttcrfield supporting officers past six weeks includes scu'iiili ue sign postsof

Mri Ramvillc has been chair are: Mrs Donald Davies. I grade! /Helen McAninch and \\ .il11.1in progress for_the_ communityMKmiK ,
Aid ServiceJAY man of the teachers of St. Jude. vice president, Mrs JV. Adair : Elliott; eighth grade AlheriGibson I
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine second vice president; Mrs Charles I inda liostwick ( nit) sKx1 fAN I M \ ('IR'IIMIlO" .
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classes, teacher of the !secondgrade Kahn corresponding secretary, and Bennett Sherry Prior und Becky '.
Certified Hearing Aid Holy Communion class, altar Mrs John Waterbury recording McCorklc.; ninth grade. Catharine HELPer....... /1 Sire. Harry Mnore, Mrs llar-
secretary Ake, tenth grade Sue Bond, elevcnth uaNa vaRMN / and Mrs MilI .
Audiologist chairman and a charter mem TalWv V fiehll'I" Ilirry For Good Food. Eat at The
ber of St Judc's Christian Moth It was announced that Mrs. grade Jane Vannlie: twelfth 'Jtf1. I I lei were 'hostesses 'lor 1ue."iliiv's .
Specialists In Quality Hearing ers She is also serving as chairman Ruscl Sulchffe the outgoinng president grade Howard (nbson. and left 1 uncling t of the Mayflower Circle
Aids, Batteries Ear Molds and of Christian Doctrine Chair- I has been elected recording Slaffa I Ain, James: Vail was ,m charge

Repair of All Make. men of the East Coast Dcancn. I secretary of the Palm Beach County Those earning an A and B .,n ol. Ihe program! on "(:aster.;' and SNACK BASKETU.S.
107 Atlantic Ave, Ft. Pierce this year Federation of Womcn'i Clubs. crage were' seventh grade Jickie I.4i i Sirs James I'. M incur led I the
Mrs R. A Diedrich officiatedas Johnston, Susan Marchu I Laura : de' ,""",nll.

(Opposite St. Lucie Bank) KENNEIII C. RING: DIM auctioneer' at the white elephant haver I Alice t.wing. (larcnee AI Members and guests met at Ihe 1 and Colorado AT 7-2153
IIO ward 1-3035 sale which i followed the hen. Rebecca" C Scar
hip .1 parish: Dill of the ongrcgiilional! I
Kenneth C. Ring River Drive. business i meeting The amount of :Ictt and Joyce. arrdcig;: : grade: Ban our toe .ti treat IIr.1 Church for Ihe program\ !I I
Tequesta died Tuesday the funds raised was only exceeded -
Survivors include hIs mother by the merriment which accompanied 11..: iT- -

FURNITURECUSTOM Mrs Marion C Ring, two brothers it.

Home of Tcqucsia and Charlesof Mrs Edwin Arnold, Mrs. James COMPACT. FOREIGN WATCH
MADE Winter Park, and his widow Raby and Mrs. John Waterbury i
Alvina, of El Monte Calif. were hostesses for the meeting, FULL PLY
I Interment was at Hillcrest Memorial The Woman's Club held its annual I & SPORTS CARS FOR THE
de'\Crt-card party at the 4
ALL TV'PI'S OF HMSI1FS ----------- -- Jupitcr-Tequesta Junior Citizens


We have a complete woodworking tables in play TIRE SALE !

Shop.Jupiter The installation banquet t 1'1
IslandPAINTERS MIRELAINE: KENNELS: planned for April 8 with Mrs i 4 FULL PLY. NOT J PLY '
William UMastcrs, Mrs Jack NIW e NOT IICONDS NOT CHAN.IOVIIt EXECUTIVE 'rro : one
John R. MoMey! Mgr." Rohson and Mrs, Louise Robinson ". GILLETTE ; : a h ri rt OF OUR
& 0t' ";0 LOW PROFILE
Boarding Day Week co-chairmen .
as of the gala : "
f t l.' .' ., 1I111of .i
!Month event : ;: IN WRITING TO WEAR
Obedience Training TROOP 115 HOLDS 30 Months-25.009 Mil* TYREX or 103% DuPONT NYLON 30 MONTHS Ji

(lyde R. !McGee Owner. Grooming!! ("OUR f OK HONOR: i I plM ...< h...., ,..,...i< .,....
I ...., h"..., kmlm. .... I(c.... AT THE SAME PRICE fl 25,000 MILES
AIA IIOBE SOUND, f LA. 5401 S. Federal Highway: Troop 1'I 1 1 held Court of Honor .Mrclal, us* m4 wUoll,n_iit .!. j

DIAL 54A-484I Fort Pierce Phone 464.1378I ceremonies Monday night at I, I, .,..,.o".."..>... t4ntt.. 14"I 090'.rw..ei AH., Mr.ft. 4 FULL PLY l. tr'
I, the American Legion Hall and I i, .dlntumh. .r. ,......, far ...Ikr __ NOT PLY .' "yv"7"YiY"'I'' ..,V.V."yy.I.VVVV.IY 'I\: STORE
watched the premiere of the film' I ..IIIto Mlln,. h..d M Mlt pains caw J. NIW NOT SICONOS t NOT CHAN4IOVIRS a0 YVUVUVVU, ,! 'IUUIiUUVuUuuuWWUliliuUIlV! )
.. ,.. .. ;
I I showing "'Y''I'ly'Y.I''y''IO'Y.Y.' ','' /? .V.'I'I'' qm from
I activities al the Scout Camp in "ALi'JiIIJVOVIUUVUVVIJIIIlj"JI' ) ''i uui(/'i''j 1AIP1/ 13" ,& 14" TUBELESS 15" TUBE.TYPE across
Jonathan Dickinson Park

The Impressive ceremonies saw I 600x13 13.95 2 for 26.70 600x13 650x13 700x13 640/650x15 12.00 2 for 23.00 LindsleyLumber

OnITpRAGESo service Bill, Haas pin awarded and named a .three-year senior patrol 650x13 15.95 .2 for 30.90 1 13 195 1595 1 1695 670x15 13.28 2 for 25.56 Co.

leader Dave Tucker also .
was 7COx13 16.95 0" 2 for 32.90 710x15 .14.91 2 for 28.82 ,
L- SERVICE a three-year
___.j Scout given Timmy Sands pin, 'son of 590x13 16.95 2 for 32.90 2 for 26.90t2 for 30.90j2 for 32.90 760x15 16.62 2 for 32.24 on U. S. NO.1
Mrs Ned Giroux, was chosen by
640x13 15.83 2 for 30.66 750x14 800x14
0' 19.68 2 for 38.36
Troop I 115 I to represent it at the 800/820x15 .

GET READY FORI Seoul Jamboree, to be held at Val 520x13 13.63 2 for 26.26 Right Herein
Icy Forge in June. Tim was nam I 1695 1795
I ed assistant !senior patrol leader. 560x13 o. 14.23 0..2 for 27.46 15" TUBELESS

SPRING & SUMMER! I Bruce Butler received the tenderfoot 590x15 15.79 .2 for 30.58 2 for 32.90 2 for 34.90900950x14
II award. David Harry wasgiven
I 640/650x15 13.53 2 for 26.06
I a two-year pin, Arne Rabi- 600x15 0' 15.79 .0.2 for 30.58 FORTPIERCE
I nee and Bill Crockett won one- 850x14 670x15 14.54 2 for 28.08
Have Your year service 135x380 13.30 2 for 25.60
710x15 15.90 2 for 30.80
I 11995 2295 .
CLOTHES! BLANKETS AND 560x15 14.95 0" 2 for 28.90
GIRL S< GUIS PRfItENTKIUIS 760x15 18.61 2 for 36.22
DRAPERIES CLEANED HERE : PROGRAM 500x14. 14.64 2 for 28.28
2 for 38.90 2 for 44.90 800/820x15 21.23 2 for 41.46 Opening Soonr
for that LIKE-NEW LOOK local Girl Scouts and their I I 560x14 14.64 2 for 28.28

leaders presented a program on WHITIWAILS Hhlttwalb $J per tire extra
scouting at Kiwanis Club I last

FREEMothproofing week r ; ----1T" "f
Leaders taking part In the pro .
cram were Mrs, Ray Rood Mrs.

>! Deodorizing Dan Grooms and Mrs. Charles All 11". 14- TILTS PLUS MO. TAX MOM 1.7; .. Iff AND TOUR OLD THIS OM YOUR CAR
Milder proofing Wise Scouts who demonstrated RI9AIDLISS OF CONDITION AT NO IXTIA COST. All 11" THIS PLUS UD. TAX. ALSO If
their work and old the Kiw."ans Front EndAlignment NO RICAPPAILI IXCHANftl. ADD 1108 fIR Till. NO MOUNTING CHARAI.
PROTECT YOUR CLOrilES IIIROL'CII lifE !SLMMEH-: about it, were: Jan Krieger Grace
LEAVE 111E.\1 WITH US Sardmha. Kathleen Fast Carol s sEggert I II lP'&LCADI)

Kathleen Pignato and
Julie I Sardmha., i
with purchase of 2 new NO MOM.Y! DOWN

MARTIN COUNTY WARRIORS ON ALL-STAR PLACE TEAM: TWO I tires caster or recaps.:camber, w., toe.adjust :We = OPEN DAILY AND SATURDAY TIL 6 P.M. Pay lillleiM an $125 weekly

South Atlantic League's All-Star in. toe-oul, and Inspect ""
CLEANERS AND LAUNDRYPick basketball team includes two War entire front end for S' "lU'kikSOU M Mounting Charge Use your major oil co.
credit card and depart'
riors this
players year, Brown
Uf and Delivery and Willie Mitchell. Brown was I Reg worn price pans$6.88'488 8J4 South 4th Street -- Phone IIO 1-1977 meet credit cards: to
Jupiter leading scorer in 'league I I establish credit with us.

400 N. Colorado AT 7.1166 play, while Mitchell was one of I FORT PIERCE
the leading: rebounded in the
South Atlantic


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.(' 1IIF STUART (Hii) MWS Thursday, Munli U, I l4 i I 4

Coast Guard Auxiliary. r [ Hn .e Building i Section WARRANTY DEEDS FILED

I Note b.T:: ,: are tran.ac.tlon estimated fluureiRiven from I, Vista Merfeld 111000 I Lot) ):28:! block I I. Trope'

w,., "w '1.5Wryv"a-MCYan Y wrf ni9 _4N.i. t "Mt Mate th. .deed revenue at .tamp the .ate affUf'l, u r' Scent. 10- J. W. Berry to David (i. Dick
Course 11110 In tun where
Plans Boating con.ldaratlon IH iioniliml ."ch, I in'oOn.It' H block B. Home
RECENT BUILDING PERMITS u rellnquUhm.nt of iruit*. wood. $'.HOO.
hip. or .Imllar c...... where no
money chung. h nd>. mump. S. B Jaquith to Lester H. Davit -
Stuart's Flotilla 59. U S ( o"M, Having' more students seems to S (:March 211 through 2fi) Indicate 1100 valu.a.mandatory There ar. minimum In.tancej Lot :2:!. block I 180, Golden Cute
Guard Auxiliary. will conduct it" promote class discussion, raises where more ..tamp arc placed: $550
second safe boating school ot' the more questions and Ihe class Owner I,(nation (onlractor Description!| Amount on an or Imminent a Iramrer than. 'but\ actualvalue perlodlcally Clico, Inc to H. Gaylrn Frcv
IIIII'IOnIarlina Frt.lay. Apr I \. seems to have more fun. So we th. :gnmptrollnr)l oMIcaItivnatliratPi Lot I I. block 17. section 4, \trih"
t announcement h yWatter hope there will he many more than City of Stuart tho.e ('Uf" In .
according to I which I... stamps. appear t o River Shores $24.OCX)
Bauman flotilla command the seventeen already signed up hava br.n pNiueii than the taxwarrantor
er The classes will he held each C R CampbellA Mutins frailer: Park Jensen Butch Sales, Inc Awning $ 300 The Nc"e, tnl< no Robert A Wilson! to Florida
..._ ..itlm.t.it Association' Inc
( the Evangelistic
I Btticr I,15)) South Federal Karl IKirlm Addition 2,000 .Ibilltr or Property -
Seventeen local boatmen and Tuesday and Friday eveninui.. start Highway valuation. in lot 77 Gomez Grant S I r-.
hoatwomcn signed up tor' the clas|I lag April 1. al the flotilla clubhouse Sum Oil Company 955 South federal Highway None Servict rtfltiw\ 23.000 W\RR\NIY DEEDS FILED 000( )
sea at the flotillas booth at the re on the SI Lucie River just The Hohe Sound Compan to
cent Martin County Fair and the cast of the railroad bridge. tx- Martin County (Mardi 24 through 3D) Lawrence B. Dni\ies. !lot 1 )Hlh.
there "ill he cept for the opening n grit/ which
organization hopes block 36, Olympia Pint No.4.S300. .
additional entrants when t the scheduled for 7.1: () ti> provide S R Birdash Tropical farms Tom( Powell Carport KORetMoooo :% Reuben Brunot to Mrs L. W. ( ).
Eagon 'Iuts 9 and 10, block 5. i
school time for registration and issuance k Jones Jensen AI Con 8000
starts Mary Highlands
8 Rio St Lucie Subdivision $3.(000) The Ho e Sound Company to
"We enjoy having large classes." | of textbooks. classes start at Edmund Rastrclli Palm City Farm Nona Resident! 6.000 Parker Willie Lee king Lot I 1524. block
j until about 10. Irene Harris lo Ira Bell
laid. W Hale flotilla' p m and run 57. Plat .
M. No.4.
Dorothy E Rickwmc Jensen Highlands AI Cox Residence 1,000 Lot 14, block 5, Booker Park Olympia SI5(1| (
This is the 'second
training officer. "Aetllllllh I c twenty year John Robinson to Charles IIWillillm.
C H. OBnen Port Sewall S.l lc.MiM1 Raise boathouse roof 976 $100.
l larger the class. the more the participants I of such instruction work by the I .. Prom-rty in lot I I. Hanson '
seem lo gel out of it. flotilla and more than I 1.100) bout- Sum Rhode Jr legion Heights Sam Rhodes Construction Co Two rtiidcnon (each) 8.000 Anna R' Dunn t" Maudic L.Drake. Grant. $500(
men have been training by expert. I Louis W Schiefer Mobile Home Gardens Nona Patio and& gurago 1,500 Lot No, 18, tjomcz drant: I Carl Mclin to 1 Louis A. P.ipsi

In enced local instructors. Krueger! Flower Farm Broadway area ApoMolopouloj Packing how* A.OIK) $11X10. dero Sr Property in section 21.
Tops Design In announcing the new series G&A Construction Company Lighthouse Point ApostolopodlosApurslolopoulo9! Residence 8 ,000 Lighthouse Point. Inc to EdwinReims township 37 S. range 41 F. $l.000
of classes, Commander Bauman lot 4. lighthouse Point W. J. Weiss, trustee to Polly
pointed out that statimi of the ( &A Construction Company lighthouse/ Point Residence 12,000 $8000 Miller Lot lift, Coral Gardens.
KINGSIGNS 'courses is a national mission of William Otis First Add., Induntown Park Mono Bedroom and ttoraan 3d) Dorothy R. Kane to Irving C $5.500( )).

the U.S.C.G. Auxiliary assignedh Joseph Brennan Olympic Hid )Rrtyot Pjlnl Gardens. Duplex 8.000) Van Brookcr Lot No 12, block --
\ the Congress of the United John OiccnIloruli North federal Strong 47 Golden Gale Park $100 Virtually the world's entire
Highway Service Mat ion 9.(KM() ) crop
threefold Robert G Sibella, ct al to Anthony
Slates The purpose is : of beans from
jumping comes the
( Evangelistic AssociationAnn Hobc Sound Nono Utility room, 800
Lot 1 Mobile
Ihe of H Gchring .
I to improve safety rapidly own of Alamos in the Me\ in
growing recreational bunting to Ross Mobile Home Gardens, Hal Plaits Patio slab utility room 720 Home Gardens. 51.300.( state of Sonora.
leach maritime procedures! and George W. Johnson Rocky Point W. E Rice Construction. Co Residence 4 Ooo) Holman Hall. to Freda Gcr
trudc Wall lots I 19 and 20, block Tourism. is Britain fourth
legal requirements, I lo improve Karl Herrlin Coconut Park None Utility room :2oo largest -
NEON SPECIALISTS i public enjoyment of boating by f 17, plat' B, Indiantown $4.200inhlhouse I industry and the largest tingle
Richard K. Ault! Snake ROlld1.ightholifIC None Addition. 4.000( U.S
Point Inc to Wayne dollar
education in marine skills. nomenclilure earner
Fort Pfcne HOward 4-1399 I and. marlinespike seaman- William J. Smith Point None Residence 19000 A Moreland lot 5, UghthouePoint. -------_. .

_... RUlh ThomasRetirement Gomez None Recreation hall 10000() $HOOO.) I
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ship.The complete schedule is as follows Lighthouse 1 Point Inc. to John TOM POWELL\
METALWe ; P. Sadler Jr lot 21, !lighthouse

Al Workers In Meful j April 3, registration and intro- Home of the Week: Point. $4.000. e Window) Awnings
duration; April 7, seamanship UghlhouPoint, Inc.. to Mildred ,
IF WE IXNT H.WE 1 If I, S Screen Rooms
I Part I; April 10 seamanship, Part Scidcnspmner Lot 119 Lighthouse -
WE CAN MIKE I IfPLUMBING II; April 14. aids to navigation; Point. $3.700). Mobile Home
I April 17 charts and compass; April Build This With A Limited Budget Indiantown Company Inc. to I
121. rules of the road; April 24 Paul Sielker ell al Property in lots I Additions
] motorboat regulations and safely: 11. 14( and M block 28::! plat A :
April 28, examination; May 1, III ----.JA__ -._ ot Indiantown 51.0011.l ( ) The Most for
special on St. Lucie Inlet, and Paul Sielker et al' lo MartiniqueConstruction : Your Money
I May 5. graduation and refreshments The first group of figures I Inc Property i n
STUART PLUMBING In the house number repre lots 13, 14 and 15. plat A of In- PHONE 287-4719
& METAL WORKS I Interested persons are urged to lents the square feet of live t diantoun. $1016Martinique(
Be M* AtlMtta 1 0131 Stout register at the opening session on able area in the house (The Construction Inc.
April 3, or may obtain additional other group is an office number to Paul H. kelley Jr Property in SAF.TI.AIDS
information from Training Officer .) According to Jan Reiner lots II. 14 and 15 plat A of In
Heathcote Hale by telephoning AT 7- the cost of building such diantown $11400W ., LOCKSMITHS '
0982. a house may be reckoned as F. Underhill Jr. to Harrison
Nurseries; about $10 I per square foot, Hirlan Sears Tract 6. Mayaca -KEYS MADE
j iof1W exclusive I I of land cost, For example Homesite. $15000 I )
Architect Drowned Landscaping a house numbered Greville J. O'Brtcn to Ale an- Lock Combinations
Oriental Design A Specially. CARD OF TIIANKS 935-11 I would have 933 square 6/6 dir Ross. East '4 of tract 4 and
Complete Line of Ornamental feet of livable area end ....J all of tract 5. block 51. Si I Llleie Changed
Punt. MaterialThe Indian friends We are and sincerely neighbors grateful for I h e to I r should I cost approximately same time provides wall space lora !I- 34'BEDRM I Inlet Farms $4850 -NEW LOCKS-
River Ami's Oldest landscape kind acts of sympathy $9,350 to build sofa and Nursery Our 38th Year.* Turn many chjiri The 9 wide tcr I Maurice lot block 5 Hobe Sound
-tool- cooking I IA1lil
Letha, Fred Jr and DINING final plat Kitchings ; I $8:
tight off U.S. 1 al Llndslcy center" i is a factory.made unit con
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone I I Richard Eaton By JAN RIINIR: taming the essential cooking equip f 10"II. ISall / I 000()\ 546-4881 546-5137
C Y I Roland G. Girard to Mathias
HOward J-33J2. Hume NI 816-20 ment and appliances The 'cenlcr !
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_._ i is installed hack: -lo-back to the
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lot are among your concerns to reduce the elOoof\ plumbing m- CARPORT
Ffl! <-' then this 24 by 14-foot r'11: maybe M..llution. The hack door is handy RATTAN
/ ] to the kitchen .1
worth your attention i his 81*
_I square.foot stub house is an eusy. ..auuataa 1\drams.h._ two BEDROOM LIVING ROOM
/ ;;: to build rcctan iglc. topped with a I 36-inch-widc jalousie windows toward I3"II 164"II and Refinished
one,way pitched roof which allows -, the street and one narrow Repaired
a 9-foot high ceiling over side.window for cross-ventilation;

the front living room and the mastcr there is an 8-fool-wide closet which ............
MJIINI1UHU RENTALS bedroom, and an 8-foot cedIng acts aa i sound harrier between the PORCH 34"6 FORST CUSTOM 1 RATTAN
over the hack of the house living room and the hedroom The

ROWELL FURNITURE CO. The 34 by 8-foot screened porch recently invented hi-fold "Ful
can he added at a later date with Vu" floor-to-ceiling closet doors I A-l-A HOBE SOUND 546.5216

Dial AT 0804 we Give Gold Bond Stamp out altering the existing construction open the entire closet space for I
fuller The second hedroom
.1 which makes it attractive use
feature for the do.an it-ymineltcr has also three windows of the same tit the front of the from Jan Reiner 1000-Fifty- I
size as in the front bedroom but lots so much to add second Sired North, Si Petersburg -
who wishes to have something constructive
to( do in the out-of-doors. Ihe closet here I H 6 feet wide A This I is an important 10 I fla. Florida Homes magazine INSIST ON THISPOLICY
24-inch-wide linen closet is just il1 a small house fcatunng seventy-five house
CABANAS The L-shuped living-dining area to the left of the bathroom door. The construction of plans hy Reiner is available at i i
receives light and air from two Back of the I 11 I by :20:! -foot carport in-gradc house No. Val's Book Store or by mailing 51 I I IIi I Policyof
sides: on the street side there is a arc two closets; one of which may follows: exterior walls ) above addressBuilding. It safeguards your
CUSTOM-MADE IN STUART 9 by 7 foot sliding glass door (or
window which will house laundry appliances und the thick blocks with i I %' Title Insurance REAL ESTATETITLE
triple-section -
Free Estimates a waler heater the other garden furring (or insulation "
be somewhat cheaper). and on the
tools( stead. of furring) and pi i Permits
SFF OUR win-
MODEL: ON DISPLAY back a two-sectional jalousie
Although this design features a the room side: '.-inch- :
there three jalousie wiitten contractual
dow Also are by
modern-looking roof extending I co and water-repellent .
Cunningham Engineering -type doors leading to the front Total $150,116
porch to the carport and to the in one unbroken line over the the outside All interior It. undertaking and stands
287.1361 A 6-foot-wide partition house and the attached: carport, a'' are regular wood ( i .
garden for
door eon\lcntionliliaddle or hipped roof plaster on both sides ( Nine residences and a duplex, I t I your protection as
One Mile North of Bridge on U.S. No. 1 off(opposite the "cooking the front center and) screens at the could just as well either by using Ihe bathroom walls call two 'erliceIution\, a recreation \ the insurance obligationof

.. -- - ." -.- .- -..----- 24'(001-long trusses (a stock tiling) The 4-inch-thick hall and a packing house boostedthe
JI of the nation'slargest
item) or framed on the job using poured over solidly value of t\\cnly-four building one
I the central wall as the support fill and vapor-barrier. i permits i issued in Martin County ) and strongest
However the saddle or hipped roof ed with steel mesh and during last week to $1 OII I Id
will cost more money (as it takes either terrazzo or Hloh.a"I Three city permits totaled $27 title insurance
I! GRUMMAN EMPLOYEES /more lumber and I labor) and it docs Ceilings follow the 300(); twenty-one permits issued! h\ companies.CALL .
not allow for the higher ceiling. roof and contain electric! the county building inspector totaled -
bedded in plaster for $122 I::!::!.Sir I ,. Lwyernmtlo! OR SEE
I I ing --- Ioosw.tos p011I-m

i: St. Lucie Inlet Harbor is only Si miles from your work \ I Home No Klft'O I -are Ot HOH>OMS AWARD

allelectricUTOMATI I Key Club International high I AT 7-4332 STUART
school boys' service organization (Authorized Agents)
sponsored by Kiwanis i I munition
al. has won a top award in t the

i $50 down and ..$50 a month dryer I.I annual Americanism I /Freedoms competition foundation. accord- t

ing lo H. II.. Hipson" U.D.S" president \ I
: of the Kiwanis Club of Stuart -

Lots $2,500 to $3,500Includes The Kiwanis Club of Stuart

r { Cluson's j County sponsors High the Key School Club of Martin

Dial AT .
M SERVICE!: FOR Last year 150()XX( () foreign work
to France. Fifty thousand
: 4I. 4U South F.d.r.1 en came i

were. from. North.. Africa..
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I e Home Wiring & Outlets

| DRIES BEST. j e Water Pump RepairsOPEN


No Clean Flame and* No Safe Fumes LUHR'S JERSEY SEA SKIFFS

Installs Anywhere
ED "The Ideal Boat for Florida IVaters"WOOD'S


f ; tiJz1 COVE
i ( .. rrs CNtAI" ". TOOl
", > ; STUART AREA CODE 308, TEL 287-1298
f, Office at Property, ROCKY POINT East of Salerno, Fla. FLORIDA POWER LIGHT CO
1 327 OSCEOLA AT 7.0744Pt See Our Good Used Boatsfi.
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-till-NU Utl I.I.I $ I \ I I I 21. 19(3 7!
.. "_ :._ :,_ m.

: Kitchen Creek Sanctuary Gift I

a 4 ; To National Audubon Society'

iblishmcnt I ol the Kitchens he hud eompKud ill I the "irringe I onul Auduhon Soeiclv 'Irom 1920lo

I rick \Vildlile: Suneluurv I or INures minis tor trunsler ot. the I land He I'm,
ol unspoiled: swamp: marshtnd hud !hem proniinml in New lerI A plaque touring the following
woodland. m Martin"' ('ounth >'. words will he erected ul lh, entrance .
.is !Ken announced by the Na- !lily "politics, having served m the to the Minclu ryIn ,:
: tioiwl Audubon" SosiilyI I Slate I egiil.ilure>>I as both asscmhlyman "' tribute to the foresight of

t I the strategic' tract with Hi rich and senator In recent Colonel and MM Anthony R
e s community ol wild plants and i yearn he had been" a i consultant Kiiser and in appreciation of the
s ,mimiils lies near the confluence |lit. the Stale ConM.r\ulion and Development Mitertst and geiurosiiy of Mrs
: K ot 'lichen Creik and the I Lt'U- Dipurtnicni He wan a Cynihia Kunr tarle and ol' Dryden .
t w r hitihic Kivir It joint the mitilh" member of the hoard of the NaProschool Kuscr."
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crn "boundary ot I the Jon.KhunIliekmson

: eary I Mite Park Tots Puhlic Instruction and the !Martin\
I the( stneliiirN. will 'he immigeduul i Medical Exams I County Health Department hnve

J maintained by the AiiduhonSocuit I mined a special form U> each phynciau -
ie it j
t ol, the hvirgltuU.il>> which At Jensen School
I for hi i s phYSical findings
is heudiu| irtercd in Vent Palm
Bench I hi name, kitehin Crcik Parents of all children who will and fikomnnnduiions This. compliliJ -

Wildlife, Smetuan," was H tuggeslion !he '" years old prior to Jin I I.I Il I. form should he presented
ot that group ot which Mn l 19bS' and who will attend the lo the uhool at the time ot' rcgis
Renee A Cninlipoix, is prc"lent"ljlllllIt.n I Irllion. '
Jensen Reach School. in urged to .
-\ of the tract hy the If a physical exununation o n
I'Ijnll..nni Audlihon Society win have their child examined hy the. our child will cause u financial. .
mud" |1"'lhl h\ the generosity of fimilv physician ill this. 'time in hardship' on the family I arrangements
Mrs ( i nihui "Kuscr Larli of I'rcs- order that i ins ,1'feCI111.1' he corrected IUb made to hive this
,011 \i l 1/ II,iih the assislnnie of Kfm I hi' opening of done hy I lie Martin (mint) Health
! hu lilt brother Dryden Kaiser whiled Ilipiirtmenl/ ut the school cafe
I .tl l Susses. N J lichmolly. the I the 1II.lrlin11111\ Braid. of term on 'I hurdaIIIdrch lh
II bind.1 was" aquiicil Irons a roost e.- -- ------ --
II tale Ml\ liv their f.lth'rIm1 ,
I r Anihom R. 'K who
1J user wan >great>
I 1't/ n 1s1 l\ ,nlcrisiiil \viMlile eonsirvti- VOTE FOR
ion and whi acquired it many
TWII veers ..iguarsden!
knsir' dud in Sussex
on Mireh 1, onlu few days after ( : HARVEYPILEY ;

I \'

MM' y.. y' rrAa1Rr Call .
p ,
taa.r w t. :
1-----" FredBuBurkey -- : I&- Jupiter IslandPAINTERS ." lilted your support for

NEWLY CONFIRMED member of St Marv. Episcopal! Church are. front row Mrs Iicquelim IJ\I'\ 'k. 'hi RI Ki Willii,n, Hirgrive and l W R &
I left to right: Eliza Luckhardt. Sally Perry. Art Chappelka Riekv Crary John Rowe rector of St Stirs R
Barnes and George Barnes Back row left to right: Miss Bobby Jean Gerard. DECORATORS JUSTICEOFTHEPEACETUESDAY

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('Ml)*: R. MiC.II.; Ownrr.V
Mrs Hussey Chairman of 'Landscaping' Registration will he from 9 ::30 tending are requested to bring a hostesses' Mrs Alfred Butler otI .|.A, lion: !SOUND. HA, MAY 5 PRIMARY I
I to 10 and the meeting will Mart I sandwich for lunch Dessert and I I Lake Worth is the director otDislriet l ,
promptly at 10 am Those at- coffee will be provided bv the 10 Dial 546-4841(} I II II II ll'ulrt P.llllu l Adv.lttum.ntl)

District Ten Federation Will -- I '
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Meet in West Palm March 31 "The Lofty OakFFOm I A Small Acorn Grows.1'

District No. 10 of the Florida scape Design;' with Mrs John \V

Federation of Garden Clubs Inc.. I Hussey of Stuart as the chairman

will present a symposium on Tuesday and Trees" with Mrs Clarence I
March 11 at the Palm Beach James of Boca Raton chairman.The .

County Agricultural Building the main speaker on "landscape I
Mounts Building, 331 North Mil Design in the morning will M Just as all things have a beginning,
Trail. West Palm Beach. The
he Mrs. G. O Gjocrloff of Apopka -
subjects to be covered are "Land- widely known landscape architect so does financial security. Like the

---- --- ----I who has traveled to many partsof
the world studying and working

ANNUAL SIUART: TFNlSfY VARIETY IN SIIOW Florida. She has lectured throughout proverbial acorn, the beginningsmay

Stuart Tcnncy son of Mr. and Olheri on the program are Nor. e t y
be small the of
Mrs E. Paul Tenney of Port Sew- man Rezone, assistant county ag shape a savings -
all took part in the trophy.winning ricultural agent, and Miss Cclia S
skit called "I.ove's First Kiss presented Grant stale chairman of trees, a r nry,1 account but added to faithfully
hy members of Dipamma Florida Federation of Garden ;
Upsilon fraternity and Moore Clubs, Inc.. whose topic will include -
and Gregory! dormitories in the Trees" Mr. Bczone attended through the years can becomea
recent I9fi4 Lake Forrest College the University of Hawaii ,
Variety Show at Lake Forest III and was graduated from the University I
of financial
-- source strength
of Arizona with a degreein as
and ornament '+ '

Salon horticulture 4 t sturdy as the oak. Begin plantingthe

1.:11I.: un I.:II'I'I."w'r'

,.>'N.'.:-IW-''InH':-.''''''' MI.-..: 1\ seeds of security today by
n'IM NM 11.1. I I.IIMS I I "I WI' r f open
M 111'1'1111, \'1">. "'f.'n: uM'i a a tl'' /.it

of 'r1tBeauty .551\ 'S'w11"li, .EI1 IIOW t.. I u ing a savings account at
,ISO 8LRVHK] :, IS"Inlnllff, )I N t

111'H"BOWI iva LASFH', i I First Federal. ;
IN' I .
JIf.f.nrtnnl I
nIrlui of a Writ of BxKtillniiIt .-a
'n> handy iMuoct out i>r thHmull 76 1e
Olnlrm l-uurt In a mutt < fllHiublc
/ I nlli-it Howling KcrvlonIn .
PROFESSIONAL aKnlrMt Our llowl nn l.nr, .
In duly, attPiittMl on jHimnry 4 1r 3w
BEAUTY CAREBy ::64, the Judgment: : on wld., I h unlcl, '
ow'utlnn wu liKivl being rornrU- ..
fl In the mall, Clulini tourt 1.1"n
itnk, I have levied' im all rlxl.l. .
tine and Intorrnl of the mil taus
UoKllfillnw nic Luiif. Ini In and for ,hit 0 //s4rn..i. 1 a
( d.'rlh.rt pr"pcrty I.
Martin County, .'Iorld... tor "It: :

VIRGINIA KINNF OwnerOperators W."t 20t f..1 IIf Flaal: asa.4T f1 ;
Baal J/1rl of Mouth! 321.10 ;
: fart if North/ >4 or (lovernmtntI
FRANCES RHDISH .it cm, Her Itt., Range 41 t J,

NETTIE ('RI \\HL 11.11.1'....>,rdml lib( -In I'nee UH.k, trol. Judgment page Jt"" %
('In'lilt four recoNntlr ,

Now V dneidH' :. la) t.ptrnrt"ld. : or that.11.111,, :r. 14
Featuring .
1'4' brtwcen th hour of lIno
a AM, and 2 110 I'M, ot I HO: A ai.on .
Pedicures the Mold" iliuv,,at th'o front door:
nf the IIIB 1 urt llauaa
'Relaxing Facials' 1 will .11 all right tlilt and Inl.r- e'
put of in* amid inir Howling Len., 4 '
Inc In and to tha ahnv.. dewrllMid f
P'rty. at IlihlliAn, lion In 111.nlKhrat .
OPEN ullli-r for rash. to aallafythla
WE ARE NOW ..HI.IllIon and all ro.uIi
MONDAY then SATURDAY ( van under m. hand and nail .
1Mb day of Morrh 1114HIT ,
304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536 (IlINTf, 'UJClnA I
Pub: Mar, 20. April JIM. I"mi
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Thanks. ..



I wish to express my sincere appre- *EDERALSAVINGS

ciation to the people of Martin Countyfor

the confidence they have shown in me ...

by not running a candidate against me in .

the forthcoming election. u.s. 1-SOUTII OF COLORADO AVENUE :

A. C. COURSONTax ', :::1' Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. .

I Assessor -... Friday Evenings 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. /

STUART, rL IDSdf 4" aptta(1 de (jI.J! f' Cloned Saturdayr .

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VC THE STU\RT (Fla ) NFRS Thnnduy. March 26, 1964 ,

Howell Begle Is I Directory of Churches

I OrganizatiDirec'tory Found InnocentOn Palm BIBLE City UNION CON.RETION.

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS C. Board. el reman Adjuilmeathalm RIV. LAWRIB I. SARi
; ,.. -,.... Rhoadeef : a.m SuDday
Alcohollre. AnoayewnMWed Chute'* .- l'hp. 1 .DO p on. ('............. Liquor ChargeHowell II tOil am: Morning Worehlp
NllOpBlnJ' B. Community' late: ..... to pm Wedneeday. Wornan -
"....I.U. Katie I 1m......Y CernaC Martin County Mum Canmlialna ..1 Fallowehip
". ralnalor-Geoiite Union (hnlrn, ,,,,, Mi, II,"i"h I. Mill"UKhliy JrIII .

Ird Thora. A p.m. ) lu... 7lO,:\ pm.. Cmirlhoima Begle. operator of Stuart PEOPLE. CONCREA MILL' .,

Animal R..... League M C. loti..... and Pmnnlai Con,.l..loa Amusement Center on U. S. DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 U 110 '.m. Barly, Worship
P""lolo.I.-II... (Curl J. Rlao* Ch.lrm.n-.J.m.. Qaufban III 00 a m Church School
Ith Tu.... TrIO' p.m.. ho.... fcbool Board I north of Stuart, was found not -- U .00 a.m Morning Won hip. Naraary
Builneii Preleellonal Wo_'. Cktk M"n.. 7 :ao p.m., Courlhou. guilty l-uday. in Martin CountyCourt ID III ..m S', "lat rh"u', 780pm. Youth Veaper Barvlo*
p,e.I.I.n I I.Ida Meniinir.r, on a charge of possession
11 :00 Kornlng W r.hlp
.m. "
li,,1-4lh Tj.... nlehla l, Tim Nell BoA Town. ol Se nil. Paint of alcoholic beverages not permitted 7 ,It p.m. Th,ira.. Illlile Study Prayer ALL.SAINTS' EPISCOPAL..... Bck.UEV .
."r J. Memuelln, .1T.1
IBii Sunday. Youth
Cocoenut Fark-Norrh KITHSh_ 2nd Wed. 2 p.m.. Town Hall by his license I,ISO p.m.p ,m. KVIII,:mlletlc .Ie.S..vle 1 Sunday,.
Property Ow.... AllocationPreaMent 7 :80 a.m. Holy Communion
- - -
--C. M. n"h..b."gh I, Judge Evans trary Jr. directed FIRST BAT'ST-O' S. Akron Avenue ":00 ..m. r mlly Communion and
Meeting 2nd WeHneadnyi M tarn* POLITICAL' ORGANIZATIONS a verdict of not guilty CHAPLIN HUDSON. Church School.
11 lOO a.m.Mu'tin. 1.r.y.nan 51 Sermoa
Coral Order. Civic Ateeelatlo* Republican, Club.ef Martin CuotpP'nt'tomiJnmo. Bogle's attorney Robert J. Randolph I (Flmunily Holy Communion
B Wation
PreiiLleiil'tun:,, I Kilmunil p.m., M.C?.k'.ilit Agriculture Bid*. Republican Women Club el Martin CPnuid.mtMpu ) ai>kcd for a directed\ verdictof I 0:45: ..m. Sunday Sunday School I T".d.-1, W..k n.m. Holy Day.
John W. lliie.ey8rd NEW PASCACOULA REFINERY Ol SI ,Y\DU Oil (0. ((1Standard's \ .) not guilty since he said the statefailed 11:00: ..m. Moraine Worahltt Tbu..d.-IO L" .C..mnnlo." nloa
Freeholdere A.aorlatlon Tue... 1 p..... Pint Natlilikl Hank ,10 p.m. 1,.Inlnl Union 'iFinut Thar.day H.aiig, )
Proildent-Onloiul' O. V.. SoltongMeete (to show continuous positive 1,4, p.m. Worahlt Frld.pC ..m. Hul" t.ni
on Mil M, C. Democratic Enecutlvo CommltteaRFUGIOUS posjiesmon of the bottled evidence Wedneaday

Ch.Im.n--Jldwad. : T. U urp.y 1.0IOI! Giant New Refinery in South submitted the trial. That' Pat Mid-week Prayer ..1. Unity Cburh 70.. Filth. Fort Flu,..
Garden Club of St.i.rt IIoc..T.- Mnrd.u lit. ('laIrNo.11mw. during McCordHKNKY St ,,00 "18. 8ndap
p..ld.nt-M.$ John W HUMO, on r.1I TATUM. I'a.tor- 7,180 pm ..... W.dn..d.
Ind MOB. 1,10. p.m. Woman Club
- -- - PASCAGOULA Miss.--The 100000) barrels of oil a day, this Gasoline consumption is growing 1 Utility Firm in '::4'.m. Sunday School LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
Hlblicui Park CIvK A.ioclalloa: ORGANIZATIONS 11 ..m. Mornlnic Worahlp (American Lutheran Church
P..I (--Ceoiue kUcDorMld, ICIrli* Friendly $mulutp1.mulrPMS. fu (-movina industrial upsurge of new refinery is Americas most faster in the South than in Request for PermitTo t :10 p.m. Training' W. Prime Vlata Blvd, Part St. Lucia
lit Mon. Tito p.m.. Flr.l National BankIndlantowa Jack Whltlcarrrl the Southeast was given added impetus modern and one of the largest 7141' p.m. Kv.nlniWartklp H. C. B1PE PASTOBH

Club. Club .. I ..m., Bt Mary. ChurekSI as the new Pascagoula refinery in the world. any other section of America and Install Main 7ilO p.m. W.dnOd.Meeting, Midweek Prayer ..1 am. Sunday 80hoL

Preildent$ .-'Oreily Smith Jonah Guild of the Standard Oil Companyof Covering 2,600() acres, it is fed 1 the construction of this giant new BAPTIST-Port Salarae 10:8: a.18. Wo.hlp Sanlo,

I lib Mon., I p.... '....Me. 101,.. Fdward Klnmlla Kentucky was placed on full with crude oil from the Gulf I I refinery at Pascagoula helps assure One more step toward bringing FIRS. TAYLOR PaitorI S. SOUTHERN METH. MISSION
Hobe Sound
,..... Beach Garten Club 10'' Mun. I p m., School stream Coast fields through the world adequate supplies m the of water to Scwalls Point and HuKh- ::4 am. School UCV(Meetlnc CHARLES Civic C.I,_)
P."I.nt-Mro. Calvin Wither St. Jiieeph Holy N..... Society I. years 11 ','n. Morning Worihlpe BENET. .
Ird Wed. 1 p.m.. J. B Woman Club J'.ld.nl-ll. Koimarln With a capacity in execs of longest underwater pipeline growth ahead Olson Island has been taken with i : pm Die till p.m. Song .. ..
application by Southern Gulf Utilities 7l,au Evening Wor.hlj i:00 p.m' bvenlng WorahlpMa.
Thura b.'... Ind Sun, I p.... School -- p.m. I
Ionian Bear Woman's A..clatloa Inc. to the 7llO p.m. We.lue.dnr Prayer meet-
- -- - Corpsfor HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-Indianto_
H ibboll Iniri. Choir practice lollowa
Pre.ldent Mra B
let-lid Mon. BR Till Clubhouae SCOUTING Feaster Joins Gownsmen at ------1 permit to install the main under RIO BAPTIST I HI XA VIJ1 FIflihCto

'lunlnr Woman. Club Boy B umat. of America the St Lucie draw bridge. HBV JACK FERNANDEZ ....Sunday., 7l48 I Prt F
Cromwell $coulm..t.r-Earl tHin day. I. p.m. L'otfu..lunn.m'j .
Pro.ld.nl.-M Uiy The mum would he buried ., am. Suiday School I .r
Ind lion. H p.m., Woman Club Wed. TtlO p.m.. Blunt Am. laden Ball the South Mounted in 1) :,4..m. Morning Worahlp
Fish Is
University of a trench at the navigation channel 6.aO. p.m. T..IIIIII", Union ST MARY'S EPISCOPAL- eiS 0_
County Audubon Society Bind Sri E.plorera, J. ,... Beack, Ship 420 Evening WarshIp Boulevard Stuart
of the St Lucie River with
r.drl.n ; ( ..... The Kr.V W. .
,. I pm. Judte Clonu' offloa Skipper" Clca.on 7 '41 p.m. Wednei Prayer Meeting H HOWE, Reotor

M c. Aaioclatlon for Mei.. H..lthP.u.lduntItoo W.d, Illo, p.m. Anchot.ge Marina I Norman B. Feaster, son of the I I Chamber ProjectStuarl its top at low least water eighteen and feet below TROPICAL FARMS BATIST-H..7 7in.: .''I. I ..m. IS.,1, to June!
mean in .
- - - across 1.10. IJaon '
Donald BchloederInd Rev. and Mrs. N. B. Feaster ot LEWIS 8TANt1.. S.t.
I Wool
Thura.. noon Th. Reef SERVICE CLUBS the Waterway channel slat' ... School Dnyn
OJeechohe .
M. C. Chapter, American Canear Society. Clvltan Club ef Stuart Jensen Beach I is a new nicmbu C hambcr ot ('ommcrceumsitlcrcd of about 218 I 11:00: ..m. Morning Wonhl 9 00 Saint.am Holy Dan Euoharlit and .. Thuraday. ant

(halm.n-M.II. John.on I'...'"....-Aaron II u.w. of the student Ordcr of downs feet centered on the centerline of 6 '48 p.o. Tr.lnlnl "o.uno
1:00 Worihlp
an outdoor fish display : pm E..nlol I EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
Martin Memorial. Curl Hoipltal Oltolat AuillluPo..idutM'm Wed, 7:10: pm, Ship Litton men at the University of the South ne for the Chamber grounds at the channel Elsewhere the main 8 ,(10 p.m. Idldweek P.o SACRAMENT- 348 Chick St, BLESE.

Flrat Nallonnl' Hank Indlantowa Klw.nl. Club in Scwance Tenn. ,1 ,K M irch to the hridgetrucure. DUNKL1N MEM BAPTIST-Indl'atowa KLV W THOMAS LOUCKD
Mon. held
1',..lalflentJiim.. Rh,.. I meeting atached 1th V. TrD LOTT I 9:80 a.m. Church School
Martin' County Retarded Child...'. AamPreelitent Wed. 11)18 p.m., Semlnole Inn None of Scwanee'i cuMonit is fhursilay at the Town HouseRcs- lOUt ..m. Runday BchonlU 7 ,ion p.m. Holy Euoharlat

--Ira RwlmrtIrd distinctive American 00 a... Morning Wor.hlp
more l.mrjnl' A
among hah been offered
'rhun. 7,80, p.m.. Com Km, lit Nat J..... Beach Lion. Club case t.O\: AbS I'I"I'T p.m. Training tJntin I CHRIST MEMORI.upl.o Iiland
1..IoI..I.m.. Dna universities than the wearing of hFd Curry Mike Greene was 8,1: p.,.. Wor.hlp Bervlco i ( Winter .uo oo. .. t April.

National .-Secretarial Mri. Virginia AaioelatlimPreeldont V.a.l. lit-8rd Wed, 7il5 pm, Beivour1. the black academic !gown. II was ippomtcil' to investigate securing Iy Til') ('11' "f I I It lOtS I' '1 1'1.. : 1 lit p.m. Wed, Midweek Service I -Indlantowa
4th Tbura. Flrat" National Bank Jupller.H-be' Sound Klwanli Club established originally at external ""t' i lountcd. fish and a site for the .!"I'l I i I U"IT'111 \ <'in .505 ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E..t 10th St.KKV Iiiv. 1'EO MOSS

Palm City' Card.n Club I,,.,..ildenlHubert, Ilu'Mom. evidence of the ties which bind dl'play, MOIIIIIt, ('I.n. JAN JANUH/KWSKL Adm. ID 00 Brhoor
) 11 00 .
:: thru trl tilt Morning
Mi urn Wiik ilav : M.n : am Worahlp780pm
President-Mra. 8u.... Nyfoler 7 pm, Jupiter Lite MarinaRotary Sewanee to Oxford and to the Urn. Bowden of the Civic J T A ) hat,&,,lu p 7 :80 Evul,. War.hlp7i10
Bud Ihura. 1,10 ..m., Clots Centet O'EI HAHS1t
Club of StuartHre.ldent culture and traditions of ) Conf..lo..1 B.tondayu and Thur.dny. I p.m. Young Pauple'eEndeavor
England <1\111'? nt (ommittee the IIASY. MI'hh.an .
Palm City CY! |. Orf.nlrallonPreildent II,. t,. Sl.nton Muef reported ) before flrit Friday of month 4 ,80 to
-Dr. books H. Duet W.d., 1.115 p..... Bunrl.. Inn, The gown was originally: authorized I \ \hi.i studying, the need for dock do. tuHlnmu lulhol.,1 Illie ) 6110 and 1.S0 w 1.10. pm. CHURCH OF THE
Ind TUM. Clvlo Cantar for all students in 1871 and of ) COD SHEPHERD
Stuart Klwanla Club l I' '" i I for visitors arriving by boat "ul'ld. 5?. CHRISTOPHER CATHOLIC Jpitn:

Polnaliina Garden Clvla. Aeeoclalina .....''donl-II,. II. llaaelale )hlp.u.Thur. the Order of Gownsmen was established i 11,',' I oil! :n expressed to the r.lnlrr. Hoba Sound liRe. ELMER L ALL
.... _Rev. 1. W. Mar... )5 Mail at tOUt a.m 780am: Holy .
r ... 1215: p.m.. lown HouaeStuart JOIJ' 8.nd.7
lat Man, I bo-roee In 1873 by (the students, < h 'nb 'r of Commerce f N. 1OVEH nnd I to am Pari.h :, Sermon
Sleppen Square Dance Club who have IH I.EUtE'j'TI and Sunday
Clvle. Aaeoclatloa"reilrtent worn the gown at a ( uimii'J appreciation and re- > -TZ4 tait Ocean Boulevard
Port Salerno .
"ro.ld.ut-Ullh..t BouaeIhura lit am Morning Prayer. "..t Sim
.Welter Bel ion ., I p.m., Youth Canter, badge of honor ever since A student "un II Inn of the courtesy highway DefendantAOIKM II :00 a-m Sunday iidiaol day of the .ontb. Holy. Comraun
lit Thura. 8pm. tlvlB Center 11 :00 am: Morning W'orahlp Ion
Ird Tbura.. I p.m: Supper Soclnll 0.0. privileged to wear the gown ,irrK W\\ reported as well as use ( I'l III( IC \\1- 8 :00 r.m Wed I Testimonial, Meeting pl.ln.
Stuart Lion. Club who docs not wear it to class is ,)1 i met'ires of the novel set-up by IN "'01.401111 ., Reading lioom ISI .'1..1.. Ave. Uoun> JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
Part Salerno Civil Def.n.e ..lden..AI Kerner M.n. throiiKh I'rl. 10 m-4 p.m. Skvline Drive, J..... Beach
rinhoun*. Ind Tueiday, lilt. p.m. 2nd-4th Wed, 7 p.m., Town Houae absent, at the organiza h il,1'il'i" 5'', publications 1111'U Gaturdayi, 10 .m..12.10 p.m. RtV: NEWTON M. TWbtDT980am :
tion's The order is the Vli, TO: Ji'vIKPif N. n'emio .
Rio Civil ClubprrtbtmmtuJmb Slua.t Soreptlmlat Club request i Belle Krueger, Civic CHURCH OF CHRIST-421 Palm Bcb. Rd. : Sunday School
Rhomar PreaLlent-Ldna: Wolfl.t.Ind governing body of the students "oIorll\' ,inept chairman reported ('sorfluld leah. j"lorlla ilKLCl. GUHIlfLL, Mlniitel 9 PlO::80 and 11 Youth a-m Morning Worahlp'
p.m. Fellowahlp
lit Tbun* Clubhouee Tb.,... noon. Bunrlae Ins. and by iti constitution undertakes >ib i I h) "' Highway Bcatitification, MARY LDOOETTP'.1tXI 8lu.llold 10 :00 ..m. Sunday Bible Study 0:00: p.m. We,Inelriny. Youth' Choir

Stuart Woman'. Club Stuart JayceeePraaldent to the Ideals of Scwance ( leoh. 7:80: p.m. Wedneiday, Senior Choir
R. Vundrmorrd preserve nmitiei oryam/utional meet- 11 ::00 am Worahlp and .
Free.-Mra Oornallui Dick PrvorTuei 7iOOpm Thuraday. Midweek
I ilO Club Building Upperclassmen of high academic in .m" said that several YOU ARE REsenT NOTIFIPD 71(10( p.m. F;..n". Worahlp 8.nl"
W.d. P m. ., 7 10 p.m.. Pliill Pony NORM \N plansbeing Wednesday780pm JEHOVAH'S
B. HASIrRgownsman : ,,
Hint Kill nf Road
a Cnniiilitlnt to furi.1 '- WITESSESB.lt
Tabebula' Cardee Croup - - - standing are eligible for membership I", circulated for public itop a ititaln ,morKciiK. un the I, : Midweek Bible Study. 8:inday-7 p.

Ch.lrm.n-M Blbart J. It...... VETERANS OROANIZATIONS heology studcntn and professors must maintain, '". I "II .'I fr, lion by its chairman WI fi' ovrlnK duactlbvd pruferty, ttat U THE CHURCH OF COD-Flatter SLREV. Monday--7 ,80 p.m. Hlble Htud Slu'

lit_ .Wad,, !.:ill a-m. bom _ American Lust, J union Beack also wear academic gowns deinic average of at ICAII ,Hand I Ambler, wit: OILLI MoAL"IN Tburod.-1.10.. ..Mini.try Meeting School I''I',

OF COMMERCE Coomamd.r--Cllftum Uownill, to class and chapel.Memberohip 23. Tllork J, 8T. I.! TIT loon am Sunday School
CHAMBERS Jnd-4lh, Mon, II p m., Lenlun Ball 2 25 for seniors and i'"n its 11.00. a..,. Morning Worahlp REDEEMER lUTHERAN 0mm...
pSSdST-Dr. Wllll.m My.r. American Leilon Stuart in the order is announced respectively and lOll for ")\>hll-I I Smouse Advises irillnir t.. the I'lat htiouln, ai-I in, 7180 7':80 p.m.p.m. Evening Tuei.. Prayer Worahlp.Meeting HKV 8.1.DONALD.m. Sunday K.. School HCHROEIIKH. Bible Stud

Ird Tuei, I p.m., Community 0nUf Cmmud.r-J.tt L. Taylor each semester, as a mores' 'lat Hook iteoorda-4 logy 1 of' tha 7:80: ]I' m. Thun.. YPE Hervlce : "18. Wonhlp Service
..._ Baack Annl'n..idmntYmunk ind and

Moa. dlraoton. Hum.port Am.rkan C..mm.lld."hn, l.jlon, P'rb Indl.ntowa Sophomores' to been fllnd agaimi, you you CHAPEL.V. CHAKL1.8(Meet O In HUvNKIT Community: Cantor Bid..) Jolt.r KEITH!: JOHNSON
B.tummoPskinutE. 4th Bat, I p.... I Help on Range Is Offered by I m." uqulrtd lu ..r, .'om'u.y nno vi'ur 1:80: p.m Hundny', Scho.1 P :00 a-m Church Irhool P..to
C. Bl.ckm.n \ a.tiwer or plead In" lo the Hill of 7:40: pm Worahlp ti>r>lre 9:00 am P.'nr'' .
Bud Tbura, I pm, Klrehouaemuart American Ltflon Aualll.". J.n... DmA Plan for t Future mplolnt upon plnlitirra mtoi- 10 :lOO "18. Morning Wouhlp
P..loI.nt1' Emma MoCua \ neya WATKON, } A hOUM.L.IOY j
,,.d.dtti Mon., I pm. The Soil Conservation Service Here ; : Brownid ; n 1 llank FIRST METHODIST-mom I Celerade Av. I
Pr.eld.m.-M. R (RunnY) Velioa. Hulldliik/ I\JI PINESI 10KV. WALTLS 0, JEOMuP
P. O lir :
li.t ''our.a.m. American Leflon Auxiliary, Stuart lick Smouw. enernl co-orili ." 1tf li, 0:45, ..18. Won.isl
.Prmllenl, -Mia. Clara May lilmae By LEE CASON JR. at Conservation Plan .rlo., .,1 'ihi i II:00 M..nl", School I
Ratal! Merehanta DI.I.lo.Ch.Im.nPhthp a Range and Dolor Cf I Martin County) pU" idinw In theofflco j n.m.
,nd 411.. Mon. I Union HullMtnti o 11:00
p.m. :
Humaok4Ui discuss with their Soil told tenth graders,! at Martin'ChOQIS'1 of the ( of .h.) Tal am Morln. Wor.hl
it Conservation 'I"'k (
( Ir'ul 8 10 .
Chamber BuildingCONSERVATION" Barrack. W.W.I Veterana land defined land I h., Ih. p.m.
Thur. Stuart County Range is as C."lt on "h F.llo..hl"
- Dun>1'lIIoI.' ..r Philip A. Kline Service technician: he j is located Iv BlAh School;; how 10 '\1.1.| 0'. ",.hP'wl., ,' Jld" ,"i ,'nl 1 l.d 1 o U1LStand( : I I.! One wor.hip .... .... during
lat-lrd '".I., J. I!. Community Canta* on which the potential plant community in the old post office build- fi'tnns when he a i Urcssed a class I fllll will h. o,iuini>"l HKahut vou .! July and Auguat Sunday .obool. I. )
Audubon SoHety n-IUf di-inandi.l I In Hi, Hill TRINITY METHODIST.._ Beaat
PieMilent .E'larene Moore Bol 111 Merlin County Burrock. AuxiliaryH Is composed principally of log on Osteola. Struct rmclinii last wick of Ci: miilalntPVII.I I MV; NEIL GUNSALUS
Ird M m, .. a pm.. Pint. National Boumbhusk im-lrd.. ""I""'rrl Mr., t p Until.in.. Old N. Com Hull Churek native grasses forbs, and shrubs l.ewis Yailett. range conservationist Speaking ah an educator andas ) \il' 9th) day of lila, eh. ] 8:0 '.m Sunday 8.hn
: Worahlp
Walton Lousu.pouId.ntUtanuu a-m
valuable for forage and in sufficient a member of the American 1 Lafinn. --- - Inl.
for the Soil Conservation HOHOTHY 7 .
Kindredlit VFW. IIlu.tCllmm.I.rJuhn IWtJ. L5.tIlI: .II spun isoisi'IS p.m. Evening. lit ana
Frl. I pus0 Courthouea M. MurrayIn quantity It) justify grazing Service in Honda. visited the Mar Smouse' rental, each student Cleih, of Ih el"cul" Court ___ inS Sundays

Junior' C uu.nvu tin. Club ,,,I.4lh '1 hu.... auldon Unto BulMInt use Such lands include the natural tin Soil Conservation District, rtccntly with a c 'i's'1 the Legion'i ((1"11 I oiirt HI,BfltT Hen I HOCBLEY TII.I I'U'1'Y: Jlln.... ('Ill ill' i OSCEOLA STREET METHODIT.

Tue!., Tilg. B..'.. Ituart Youth Center VFW, Indlantown grasslands savannas, and certain Mr. booklet l. "A {"' i.d li,' for Students \ "IO! for I Inlntlff ( ",,, 'Ol\'I" Nl'A'lRI KtV 1>. H. KNIGHT 1.1
Yarlett assisted I.ee
mnnilerJo.ei, W. Praeton. H I). Drawnr U02 ,. ,"IIU .:41 u... Sund.y Rrhool
Stuart Sallll.k Uub: lav-lrd Oat. 6:111 pm. Foit Ho_ types of woodland and chap- Cason Jr., local Soil Conservation and Parent He ilso /pave a copy Foil, laulcrdnle Plot 1' IH'JH"; S 11 tOO am. Morning Worahlp
President" B. Bradley paral useful for arazing.Through of the hnndbonk, "Need a Lift!'?" I'lhfnrch U \11. ot.'li'.1 2. lid' F"TATF OF ) | Woman. Mlnlonary Society. meeta t
mHlln"Ird Service with
10'Ii .s.. I p.m.. .n.raI VFW. Auxiliary, Stuart technician the preparation .OMY 1 Wed. of each month at 1145 .
\I' 0<1.. I p.m.. dl..tor.. 1.1 N.L, Bk. Commanler-Mm. Melvlna Weed past experience it Is of a Range ConservationPlan to the school (Jin"lanoc depirtmcnt i\ "i' ] I''ill SIT ji I"..:'a in H'i' '; IIWA1U Thu..d.,.,
Ivory Tu.... 7.80. p.m.. Wllb.m rl.ld I.l-lrd Wad, doldvn Gala BulidlnSMISCELLANEOUS clear that successful management This book contains, information l\ 11% II Mill, II I VKIIS 10L >. tiperaon. Tl4, > p.m. Prayer SurvI. ..
- - - for the WS Bar Ranch tilHobe I 10in Board
M rllMIIIlt 10 ( : : m of Steward (In.
1"'C'1 It.lr.I'1
FIREMEN ORGANIZATIONS - - of range land requires two bane Sound. The range plan, properly concerning hundreds of colleges la I'obol.C INIHSlhlK : .\ .dln. of ofAn Thurl. each month)

Joniea Baacb firemen, AuxlllarrPreeldent essentials; The landowner needs lead and vocational schools and the rn lIp: 1 : I-enllinn. d'cul.od. SOUTHERN
Mil. Mule .PruflUIrd applied can to improvedbeef lTh.i'of, ) are hficl.y, notified and, required, ,, METHODIST- .
Civil Air PatrolCommmodorMnion different scholarships they offer HtV D 16. .
to know the capability of file I claim demand whi'ittlm'y '
and native forage !
Hondo B '..m.dunn. 0. R. Laaokimlttea production riH\DCN' IIrISNli, ) i nv or B 10 a.m Wor.hlp Service

.. -acb Voluater Flra Dopartmeat k i nils of range land in terms of programs Mr. Yarlelt has I.tun. nit i nri.H iK>T Pp'na'd.lNs"VI'iS In II, :"'any,rfUi hate,> of atfaliMt the fcunitv.Kid,,, eatnle luitue 10 :49 ..n,. Sunday School ,
: : of tOOL'hairmuoH.urn mi\ lOS "
'u.i.. pm. Clrehouiafort kinds and quantities of forage they --- -- -- 8 ,80 p.m. E| worth Laacne
0. Kindr.damotIto helped a number of Martin County : ,'ItlS' of M Un ( : thefouit
Salerna Flr.rn.nl AullllanPreildent ( Director-J,ihn C. Debne. can produce. He must also appraise cattlemen thi'ir nau.yi'" i"' I' '" '''''1'.''' 9(5IIPNIIB'Pt'lt AU.I1'11.A'' f'1"1'.. ime in tuVRrl.'rII..I'I\ :: ,. 7 :,10 p.m. Wedneiday':venln. Service)
-Mart Calanna improve upon I'l'rl'l'l't.il.u 1'" In .Ix euleodr (1mm.
Ulvd. AC 1,4oel TO .51.1.I \MUJM I II lAYt'iN'KiCN'
Ird Thura., 1 ..0 p.m, tlrebonaaPort Ill W. Ooean the forages present condition range operations,; his services lire ", ,, '" I hoI", "" .n that thy il'ile "::1 i lint publication of Ibla Nolite I,00I p at. Ladiea Mt.." .
.. ,. .... Lady Collere A.ioclatloaj ", "vi t''i'. d "11',.i th. ,provision' If; .,h drum, ml muni I.d and 4tJi
Sal.. volunteer I FI D._ iFreildent in relation to potential pro obtained throned the Martin Soil otlce In hi i-fhv Kl\i'n thiit I. na rlnlln or tat
1'.ldont-lIr. tdna: r'. Dana of ( I, I i.' \i ol Florida I be In \: :11 Itlnn and the pta. Prayer Meeting
-Kobert Johnionlallrd : rl.,70.i:1:: : ; Anrlllniy Kxciulor" ot Ihp Lmatof ,
Tuaa. IrahouiaFRATERNAL. Tu.. DilO, "18.. M. C. Goll .. Ctrr illul.Llmul duclion. Conservation District Stuart I Aitu '. i : -i tur with the Muslr lit x,1, ,'n KI"pr.: 1 lilac'i' of italnltincH d.lp.I off I lie FIRST METHODIST_lad ._.
('tsl 1 l< .r'i.-' (.It'I', "oiirt In and dr'pa.J .
,. Aria Club Martin County has thousandsof ,,,, ,,, hav fllt>d my final 81d '. "I the claimant and moth HEV. Gl.ulolIt *.
'OKCANIATION"Aucla ... ... f \1 l mrl, "",rlHorlda,i upon Pftltlon fni, onlir a'rolntlnl I n bo awori, to by the claimant. hiavent : '.18. 8und.. MeIIIICI
Chapter Oid.r ol, DeMola Prould.nt-Mpo.I L Aehby A. acres of range land, some of it More than half of the sixty-plus rm" ,"" I 1,1, or I"'''u i of nibllcnllon., ofruiiiioun ,harm, and that I will .fn.1 to the 01' Il, ator'I0"" It will 11 ,00I am. M'poln Wor.blD
Ird rrl.. ilO boniaaMerlin .
MuUr Council,ir-Charlee bluoiInd p.m. is properly used and treated: muchof numi' ti ho name tu- Honorable I lOvaim Cmry Jr.. Cnunty become id ( IIi. :80 p.m. MYF
-4"- Mon. TlOem., Maionlf Twr>.l. County Fait Aieoelatloa million cars on the American road wit: 1 lidtcn of Martin' < oiinlFlorida. Hated tilaJ8th day of Fubiuitry 7 :lI( p.m. Kvenlng Wor-hlo

t Acacia) ftlaeomc L.diaWonhlplul 1..II.nt.. W lIu..., it i isnt Technical help to the lire five or more years old. Only .. ...... \.T i 10'' .I h ivrrmni I: I In iin the COtS flav of April 1BK4, or i'Jbl. I,JJ p.m. It"11". Junior' Choh
"< III
M...... .hrlmUn: Knlbtatlrd hi Mon. T ,>0 p...., A.rlcultural. Bid! ranchers in Martin County with about I 11 1 per cent are less than two blt.ln.'o., hi",, In"i-n" i' ,ni'iHliml" pniiur, oHm. lL oon he thereafter ai the nmlliT FITl,lTl'VHTnclllarv T \TIO\At BANK ,4 p.m. Thur.day. Senior Choir

Thu,... 0 p.m.. Maaonle 1 lamp!" M.Un County Coif and Country Club the Identification. planning and or h..ln is, 41 "', ,in'. Mnrtin ('."","'- may for heaid order: for npprnvnl I of annmiinif Ill .\ TxecutorBy FIRS Sb_
old.Among. oh n of final diu'hurp I
Anna Miller, tlnle Elba ....&Nl.nt. .-tU: HlibaaIrd of years to. 1.1" : ,ii,,.., ,"". ",,,,", I 1..4 Inl r".I..1 l m, Ancillary Executor of (thla ... "/ MEurtEU ; AS5K"A-fcr,5' P..w,
Pmldent-lira. Wilson Madlef 1 u..., TllO p.m.. Clubhouae management native range plants In .Ah1 h"," >< 'II,, ,. (I.".", tuwdur, Ute \.!m.ANI and ""V. A. IIYllLY LOwRlai,
and 'lbu.., I pm. tiki Uoda. is provided through the Soil Conservation women household heads and I H\llh II" u.t,",. ,"r 41, ,"lprt DIm- I>ted thin ZSIh rtuy, of 'l runt "' I'r..ldult, ooa, urn. Wo.hlp A..I.
Farm Bureau (Ida .."'I t I Hi! ,,. ., .. nlhi. I"'brul'y. JO.OO a.m. 8und., ,
Beta Slma Phi Sororltjp Marlln County than 79 drive and 0 .hh.m IIPr. 1)114. SCOTT *
of cent Churh
District more Sobol
Supervisors .
: : per ,. , ,, ... t'HIFR"N. 11:00
Zata t'p.i.mt-Alb.nt, Krueitor8nd sum I Int.' to" I I" o .1 bu.I'''' /.' Piivnnicivrn) .m. Manning Wonblp
Epillon IT..Il.nt -M....Chapter. J. fcdwln: (tEd) Hall Ibura, Bamlnola Inn the Martin Soil Conservation Dis- own a car. or own a car even ivs II m mlil'I'i""" \1" '" HK An.lllnn, ".,',,'ut"r of the Uv /ofh'o: A ('",. 101.00 PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY-

lit.Ird Thura I n.m.. 1>0.... Club trict encourage cattlemen to look though they don't I drive 1"111. M...i'I;.I 11' ",' \l'lli, I8n4iijij Hulnti' of Hunk- Iliydpn' KI.... Attorneyi, f r Batatinf: Amy Hobe Sound
Mar11. Countv Amateur Radio : \1'111' 2. n. II. Hit-paid Let den'
Phi .tD6' h'l.iiybB. RACER P....,
XI Gamma Chapter I'pan I.i.ni.. -Hill Krltton :
: \ liEn v 80 .. .
1'\ m ,
p..ld.nt-II. C. C.; BloeumDauihtar Third Ihun, I AT .UII IS 'iou "' ,lhlihPI'q 'nlll'rI. II'LtE Sunday 8r.01
Iot..d Tbu,... 0 hmmm p.m. S1UARF SAILFISH WIMfR TOtRNVMtNT: : < It ALL 11 ,lao em. Worahlp Service180pm
p.m. A.'t "It JII'R1IY lllt ;o. 1 1101 1'ltiina'wi.ti ) IN TIlt! ( III crY ,'...< ('HI IITI
MutI County Hiltorlcal .mluipl'mu.ldpntltulaod 10r..y .1' : Youth
ml l tha AmericaRelent Ravalutloi 1''I.OItlll\ A ll Hill C'lPS.Sl's. : F.lo..hlp
t II.a'h. rlnrlda 7
Morrall Nov. 1 30)) "llm l1' laS p Wed,
( April IX Cbom
Mn. Mirjoria Jtomlar PROBATE: Plo. 1iII8 for Aneihiors, I''utoo: I'lmfllht .O.
Ird Th ur... komea ht fuel., 1 :10 p.m.. Flnt National' RkMulllpla "' Alorn". .. in.III. J. D. tiltS! 1\ l'lt'tI 515.7 5(0. iNTO IND. RIV. UNITAutIMs FELLOWSHIP
.p,1 ,
Motheri' D.MoUy Club Llitlnf S.rtla.Buoroiny.tanl SAILFISH: (Women length division)-Mrs. Gene T Iii"1'1'1 OF nirrTr' Pont Piuro. O"'b ,.
.Pmu.i'inutbin." J., bum W".ht \) H. n.HfI"'If.I' ,i'1.1: ".' I IM'I'''>''IIIIN 10 : OKULKTHA 72 f O..o., 1.1.v.STnm"p .... C"t..
H. Turn
: Whicker Melbourne Beach "Spray II, Cuptain i ."".. 5'SnThIs' In '. (I. IO11NSOY
4th M..n.. 1 101.. 0 Na.k i Immupls aQd4th Tuei.. Ham. 1'01 : rl IIII'H <4 \ \ MI1Niltlre {'.low.hlp! ooi.'Vm88uXr1: m

Ladlea' Aunlllare la Indian Hi.... Ray Young .. ... ... .............. ........... .......... ... .. 8 ft. All er..,iuro '"r 1'1\1'111'1'11"the eitate ofi ,lind.' la., helibMlMli, thai. the MUM K 'III n.'e..d I III:1)1 ( I "
lKn iinli-r II
Chief En..mp..nl Matriarch (Inly. !.II'i man P.lm City,, Home.. rlliabHh:Demonetralloei I'ettaieollet ,ClubI'rnuIlotMr. Captain Bob Scrim her ..... .. .. .. 1 18 Ib 3 oz i tOVd II.n"lIrI,1''',",,,.",,,a,,'h.,i,u'i t r.
ala Tu.... s i I..m.. lOOP Hill luel.. .JO an,.. Civil Con la- SAILFISH.: (Men's length division) Dr Robert I. '''loitn ,,ud..",i,em''. Villlrh IhevId \.t.rk >f of 1911 tu| will Ircnlt i ii-ulilrr ti'pim', l with in and then n"'lu. n".H"'o.I"hn..n.: it, I r.'lul.rd to fie, 100 7 .m. Sunday lhol.t
lnd.Dendant Ororr ol Odd FiUawaN. h."r n'' II. nny "r hid thcyn.v Ivo..II.t.
'oln.len. Kennel Club for Martin ,
1 irlda, Ipn.lnd. .
.>|>|. brand 1,ouln I'h">ouKecretary Berger Shartlcaville, Pa., "Cartune, Cuptain ouie of \ "' i"ip'' my Mar- of l'fnly uponrciflpt ha". ollti'mt": muih rottIto\' In limo 7 '10 p.m. W0".d. Blbl ..
Irl W.d., 8 pni I\ : 1dfIIO: proof piilill. uilon of
John II (...y Call A r 7-1844 for meellna plaaa Limn ......... .... .. ........... .................. ......... .... 8ff. ito, | I"('mmmlvi l'is'i.lu, , fourt- thli notice. the flultloua name, toWI office of the l untv Jlol' of Martin CETHSEMANE CHURCH OF CHRIST
llt-lrd T...., a pm ICHJF Hull JnJit: $ihiu't. rlnrlda. w5tim shmrimul County l"i''iho 1 tChniuilao
Indian River Encampment ti Pont Salem. Homo Demon.tratlo Clul AMBFRJACK: Lovelt Morse, Weston, Miss, "Hobo," : I.. f..:urn ih: : of ll: R PAMIIY ho,,.uuilStml"et. .HirlHa (01,1- Chu.1 *.. *Cbur'.., ,
Chief 1'.t.Ia..bTh"i I IM''..m Pnnullai-.Oira.' /llli.h. NewllnI.I 1"1101"0'1", n iif tbla. nnllue. un.l.r.whldi, w.. fOr.ITnnl. In alx ralendar nu.ntha from the date *. bAKER !. G..h
lnd-4tb, 1uo... I pm IUUK ll.liJeniaa 1 .Ihun' IllO pm.. Clvlo CottonBIptt.l. Captain Jack Whiticur .. .... .. .. .. 60 lb. I <,.. w.Hh"rI.' :,',, ", .1', num., mult he In b'''.imo, ,. nir our piln"Ipal pluco of the rimt' nuMlmtlon if; lhl. n. BiaS ...Bund.,. Wonhlp. BervtelKINW
'in oI I omil t .tiile the (HUMrealdeiu :: ; r \ tim', e. rdirh clfllm or demand 01,101ha
Beack Square Club mod AualUaryPreildrnt BONITO Arthur L. Riven Charleston S. C. nl h'sio'mu.' 0 Htunrt t. limiim t'immmn.isP
PI.,.,. of Martin County : ; i ,,n'| i i'. I ,,rete I" rtlpa. In writing nnd mimt atatith*
Tuttle :J :: I'1 B"Bildrta: la that the IntttreatedIn
; : : p
(Tk. Wlm-rf>>uil."me) ''..ildeit, .Jihnnla C. tlh.. "Gannett II," Captain A. A. Whiticar 19 Ib 8 oz | thn mUd u'e, tnt, niimt', unlil buHlni>iia art J. Mck- plaf, .. or realilenii.i and po.t offli
-101. lIa..1 K-or.Um ht.S.d Thure. '3 p.m. enaral: I Meetlm to riv. the ,,1'iI"O".I ,, hla ppPpt. OrstiO Roxle 5 m'k U"b.r adilrchi .. n' the ,'Inlm.nl and m..t'
Pnm.t.irtt-. .. p.m.. J. II. Com. ChumP taut hun H p.m.. lluilneia Mautlgme. URRACUDA.: R. S. McGahcc. Eau Gallic LiprerII ,"', .. ,",. u lit bt'Con1. void ,,1,0, and that thorp an. no IIUlr."I l.h'r aw"rn 10 b)' t h. caimant. hi. I

Out.of-ltat. M..oii' lu>ludP Lurle Inlet Yacht CluhC.mmo.lo.Loo ," Cuptain L. Buck 25 lb. ueorc"'"I.H'','' s"'I' 'NM"" 'loNAt, BANK penmn. IntiTi-eteil.1 I In V, iI"Pt"ni.l KIlls bilnn.m.ItisimlOiT ,, aventvoid .rottmmrn'm' I In. nr low I wil bOom. YOURDRIVWS

B O Slltarkootl 11.wk. (II' Ml'I'.\UT. a."i,1, 5-1 bM'ttrf' ,
ht Ihu,... I p.m. Yacht Cln BLACK BASS: Carl J. Geyer Columbus Ohio ... 9 lb. ""oft of }0\IL MCkBHrlPub 1..1
P Cbapte.Proold.ntMro. 11; : ':; lip p.t tO MI'h 13 19.!) It. April 1. lOGS : O. 11MN'tKl'Tt'n'omr'ttr I / LICENSE
P. I. Mh.I.t.d "lu.rt Board of Realtora I II Ii.mdu', ti a uaond .. of lime _
Barbara Viehman Melbourne -
Moo.. I p.m, bo.... I.,e.l..,." -Haneom Illton : "ftAnyI'Y 1"1 CHART n I'lIK Oil 111' 'HIM] (01 Nil r.ato of llertliH O I DURING/ YOUR 'M

Cl ChupI.rPrmulduttMru. let ,hu..., It pm, Btuait Bole. Beech "Hobo," Captain Jack \\hiticar .. ........... 13 lb. 6 oz. Pr Win. 1""j (;':", \ JI. i.t.i.:, IN 5 5..rlllt MIHIINl .llonn dereaaed [ /
tb.' .' ', ftJJ/MONTH
Mnr I
C. R. Aiblep 1 I : n t, April. I. S ""''I,. IN I'Ii- t'mib hlurt'h li, 19' 15. April 5. 1)04
lnd-4th Waa, U *..... konea Stuart Stamp Society BON ITO: Bruce Sullivan Kissimmee, "Marybob III, .. \\'I'r.:" -
I 1'.loI."t-, IS 'I'IiP hal "t'i .oi I1flP' 5(50 III'Is
K IN ItHHItl; I XTMKI PliOs t1'i: ;

Order Worthy.1 Ad.I..r-M..I.Rainbow for Girl.Whli..lduI.t4rd Mon. I pm. Pubh. Lib,." CHANNEL BASS: E. R. Loroff Freemont, Ohio ...... 21! lb. 8 oz j ,. "tsn 1'.1' II"'"''It.'1,11111''1\11'1'1'\1'Iii t'O''n: Till. I HTATK: IX.ll.IH13: Oh"1011Mb Ht/UV. j) IN 'T'HN I IM.:r II'. I 4.NII f '.. Hill slIp: m'l'S'ryJi MtHIINI 7a.'o Stuart, je

Tu... T ilO r m.. llaaunla Tourl.t Club, IN Rotary
Palm .b. lanipleRoyal l.l-iid Mim. I am. Toulh Centat DOLPHIN: Earl: Burbank, Omaha, Neb., "Spray II," stM ni VT\Tl.: tile t K 111 1..1.I IIH IVHH III Nit.-., 5.).rIOIIIIIVl IHMUPMPVTP IM PIIOIHII M.. Clu

Noble Grand Mra. Orare huh/ -- ----- I Capt. Ray Young ... ... ... .. ... 25 lb. U.Rll.lltE'I' n. tHRAIU>. ) All treilltiiri of the relate of Fm- OKHAKOUJ > We 1.11
lat-ard Mon. I p.m. IOU r Hall 11..11...... I C 8AY-LB ) ji DLScn.t.Mu.
mu I. uil.v Hloan d'era. ml. are heie-
About one-third all truck GROUPER Genevieve Schneider Port Salerno 'Big :\OI'r" .
of :
101 To
Btuurt.J..... Elka Lod.e 1170 hn tlfl.il and reiiuired to file any '. mussel. ) .j
Eialtad Kller, -Daaa looker in the U. S. tire owned und used! Day," Calpam Locke .. ....... .. 5) Ib. All .e" ,'''lii.", "t Ib... ....a Orttthtarrt t'lulnie, i'r demanda h ,,, THE STATE OP PIDRIPATH M :I 1
I Mondaya n. ""lto,1, d. ......... urn hut.' uaaintoa I il cot.It"h I In h offlii AU FHR.'N INTKHBHTPr -.1."

Stuart pm Shrine Club hy--fjrniL'ri --.-- JACK CREVALLE: C. E. Schacffler South Himpton, Puuo'nhe,'l.'iltu',otiri'Or'I m,j,,'''"'I,I',mIt r "'"$1'h to 1"1".a" fll."y 'of the Countv Judge of ren PKIlKNTou' Title .ITATI ). PAll> DB- SunrIse InnCITY

JreildentJohn AUnts I.UI.: 'In II'fl.'IIT: : : )' N.Y., 'Fran L." Captain Pete Robertson 31 1 lb. ha,. ,".u.t, .Id ttmtbri'Wfieo tin' i mint' J1.rld. In the within Coiiithouee alx- are hereby notified that avrlttm HIA 1
lit Tue... 1 ManatM Y,,'ht Club .,.. HI
pm - "ih' "" .lufgt., MnrB -
Inurnment be .
Mount N.C. 3 lb. 1 oz. o I Mi, mnntha from date. of purporting to -.- -
Mrs. Eloise Airy th.
United Commereid Tr.m.i.rnB.iur "tt ,iIt." INTI'MIOM TO LADYFISH: Mayhury. Counts', 11".1"" In Ohs ,rl.J..n the'Hut of notice. the taut Will and Teatament of .
C uun..ton-Ed Ho...... ...10.1.:1'. : HI '11111)114 \ ''>trby MANGROVE SNAPPER: M. Newbold, Stuart 3 lb. .A' .."," I. l'lnl IS .IthImvmu1 .:.,'h ,' lubltU.n muat be SmWI'iiiou .,1< feredent hna been admitted
lit Thura., I p.m., lOur Hull :',,,1l. I I. t,"'r. Hivon that thi RI .." ,,, '''"II I' to prohnte 'In vil.l Court
''I''",h..I.. Ill I u,,,,,Hr tho 1nov10iooi 5 lb. 3 oz.l t t. .1 Ih end muat atnte the placeof You hen' commanded with- ,
Diufbter. ., tba Cunfaderaty POMPANO Richard Jensen Beach are by
United' : Angus .. tt .11".1; .1 '..,idoO'o and) poit office .,ldr...
1 ,, ,
"h I"'h .
PId.ollre llarvla. H. KoweJJlad "" n 2("llo1. lawa of Hi.rllu .t. I ... I li ,lx rnlendir' montha from the
.\.t. nl 1141 with thrr RED SNAPPER Dick Fisher Spnngvillc N.Y. of lila' ilalmant and miiet .ornt. date, COMMISSIONSTUART
Moo.Unity will tturlnti-r : ): : .. hIp of the flrnt puhl..llon of thi ;
:il hthe' claimant arent or
Chapter Order af Eattara .... ; ':" M II"""uhuh'i' Ii" circuit, !,,t'' l0l't'ltirt, Idu In upon and "Big Day," Capt. locke . 25 lb. Cdr.: 'I'I." In'nlAt' ., I attorn,.\.. or It wU become ..h. .nU... ranae in appear. If v MI Cnur. why and
W. M.tro.-Mro. Joiaph Hubert. tr ,: ,'1 ,"r in..i': : of puhlicotioIII. : : o %o< ..,linn to thr tell,. or said Inv('at'O In mimI- 1

lDd-4tk T ur...:,,P pm. Maaunl Tanpla till wit. 1I"lh, ". ,. flrlltl namll. to'mll'l. SEA TROUT: Charles HendricK Stuart .. .. 12 lb. ..",; on,. ,\I'; 'i'r'.y,:' l I 1 Mnrrh FlOP 114 NATION BUNK OKfTUAHT thug' .mid will I nrmbate aould

GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ; ""''s' i'ni l'AIS'fl'l! Ch.undor SHCEPSHEAD: Hugh E. Sheppard Stuart 9 Ib. I 13 oz. 1"1 t"." ""'!"'N'or' 8TBABT. FLORIDA nut stool/., EVANS",trookn'i CHARY, REGULAR MEETING

City' Comn.le.loa Cook .. h.Ing,whI.. h I my Mill'Pllnr-lpal en vane pluoo hm but'n.o. of SNOOK: Amanda Kmdig, O ceolu. Ind. ..... ..... 31 I lb. 8 o/ | A..tt"::', ."") ," By /./ B.waklrl.trator lari
V h lnd-4h Uuptw'-Itul Mon. 0 p.m. CUT HaD I I liiMln' Hi.''H. 'Unit lu, gtunrt tinpart, Martin) Interealed Counlv SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz Poriokee ... ........ 2 lb. < (Ill-nrC. iiu.'oqpJ(' I potato nf Brtrma. Loulae Dlonn, 'IJ LI ROGERS MONDAYS

C..., Guard] AuofllurpCummuod.n'wnlbur In aaltl; : J"'IIN! 0, ,l :
bimlneae la Uuiie.ll C Mrk- .
J. Bauman 0fl "r ''n-.I"n.'n, R'arh. )'lurl. WAHOO: Paul A. Walker Hobo Sound .... ..... ... 85 lb. 'I"'T' JURR"F. YER i lmRiDLOS. Stuart City Hn

II.... I p.ni., Coaal Guard .... Bide dll, b'l.hIhu. th,., .. oh, ., not .'thor !'\: I" '. for Ancillary
TRIPLET AIL: John McDamel Belmar N.J. ((8 lb. 12 oz. ; : ".I.lratr Aitminlalralorrlrat, ,
County C.mmhul.aCbafrm.u'Fnaak .h'aub.'" 1>\" 'hel 1 In 'old hhnooo. : I .5th amoco for Executrix.Flret AlwiytVekom.
A. Wa... 1:1:1 '1.1.1.( (' O'lh'lEli"ON 1 1f I ". Pub., March II. IPSO tsh Miinh 1t, tSta

.....t TB... **. ...- CowtkmK Pub. bias !I ,14. IV, 3e. Uet TARPON: George Hopkins Stuart 16 lb. 8 oz. ;' ', ApHI :. Ifr Pub, Mar.b It tt .April I t, lOU!I Ipu. Uub IP. .:" Avui ., t. till -- -_ .. ..,_.


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.." I "" :"'I ,- ....>, .,....... ." "n "_', ., ,- -II' 0( '" TIU sri VRI (ItnrMhi MWS Thiirsdav, March 16, 1964 I-O

SOCIETY NEWS .' i Tentative World Around Us' I

-.." ..... ......._.. "" ---, '..:11II Program Reviewed for 1965

Mariotti-Ashburn Engagement Mi,'r citing- Captain W d ('or-1, by Mn Wilbur S. Forrest

I I,,, l ius i his manugrmi.nl of I the l : Appreciation and 1 hanks \I I ,
Announced Wedding in April \\.0,1.1' i I I\iound Us series 'in thei I ,extended to Mm Picker I Iren w
; i' i .i',tMin the M,irlin'" 1x.a1),' by the officers and "hn.b, .,i'
for her active participitum' 111 ,'."
I" March 17
"\sxKiulion on
Mrs William E. Mariotti has I Florida State Library raw letl I
I \' ; I i the props''''.! series lorI
announced the engagement of her I, "I \,'.,irI latest editionD"APE"TS.
'" C
daughter. Gloria Maria, to James I u' ,IK.luK' from which I hii
John Ashliurn, son of Mr. and pi '' i III"i toll he select' I for 1'16I )
Mrs. James William Ashburn of ,. t i "i ?s. "Turn loss Il1r "I"t>"I I
I \ i Mexicorlhi r Dose>
Salem Mass
t t'I'I Alghunist Jo"niu\, *
The prospective bride is I the < I I ( rein Fh ", Hi,' I e.IC'iterrancen" ..
daughter of the late William E, 1"-" \I or "dr&'' "LIPCOVE S
."..'. .. ,
J' ,
Mariotti. She n a graduate of .,." of, d MIno' Ma I ,'" v ( "i '
$' .... \\ .iiKko. and! March: 11. "Taii .
Martin County School andis '
High "7., tx II .n, i 1,01.1\I ." "Milq.ii.) or "Ih I
employed at J & M Electric, ; t \, \\ ,-rli!," M.lr""rI i II,,ik"'rllu UPHOLSTERYriinost.
: .
Hone Sound I' a I "pi/ s II pioinior set
Her fiance is a graduate of .Jh "n" I ,.rI'11 was apof' '''', d I I Ih" II', rRO\I OVIR
Salem Higii School, Salem, Mass ,,; :, ,' << ,I ""it 111'11 \I ill make: p| ,,,s,hi,' ihiH 3,000 FA1WICS ;
MISS GLOKI\ !MVRIuni .. '' ,, : .;'.:: \ I Ihrar, ; \'H purpov/ ill| m,'less,
-- -- 4, .. i", rst4liawY a'!II't_' .'- -_ ''oh! llu MOPC of ;its I "''M The in. I :VMPI ,!ISl ?
VFW Women AT TIlE L1ULY: ARTS (LUB meeting Friday Starch I 1'. James toncal SoeieU aeccpted ,i picture ol I li, Morgan' non ot Rills eoniribution fur it win made I f "I". Natalie, Bales Our
He is employed during the winter architect from Palm Beach spoke on a better understanding Bowlegs. pmnuJ ,hI I season at the doll shop ol the Ashley of architecture and showed two films He. is ihc son of Mrs b) the eluh to the I[Iliolt Museum An ( i'Million" Al' Ml in ---I II selection.
Hold Party Jupiter Island (.luh. Hohe Sound. Leon Ashley, St, I Lucie Estates Mrs Roland I, Dunn, second from Mrs 1'iekill \\.irren. president ot the club, and Stir. ( I I. Hub coon\OUIII; nunC""I IINIIU I'KH.K\M f''';'_ : Jupiter IslandPAINTED !
and during the summer monthsat bard hosiissMrs .
for the Martin County His-
chairman of the art committee
The regular meeting of the the 11:11..10hrouk: Club, Jericho right ----_ ___.__-_-_- \HeeHiisi1! (riil.iv, M.luh 27 ,isdiH ; fDECORATO -
---- ---- n
-- ; >d Friday, no slull"i,ill class
Ladies Auxiliary to the Veteransof Long Island. N. Y.
I I. T Taylor, Mrs Janice I be made by calling Mn Ditey 111 I nor junior hitth 'h,1 I J, il'c will
Foreign Wart was held at the An April wedding is planned. Cards will hold a dessert-card party on "
post home March 18. Mich. as a gilt fur the housemother Dessert' 'Wednesday, April 1 ut I p.m. at Daley Mrs. W.' J J. Donovan "' '1.1 AT 74124 or Mrs. heckler alAI I I I he this held week at. Holh Slum acUtnn'i I i I\ rn,'1 ih\ Mill(,mur het]

Mrs Susan Holt reported on at the Florida cottage Program April 1 I the clubhouse C Vundiruir and Mrs I 7.415's) nsumiil on I 111,1,11. \i'1| \, tMlH/: R. MiCFF. :. Owner
the card party held at the homeof Refreshments were served by At Woman's ClubThe Mrs. Margaret Heckler I Is chair Allen, *
\-l-\, lioni SOUND L\
Mrs Myrtle Hale March II. Mrs Hale and Mrs Grace Hall. I man of this event, She will be assisted Table prim and ,1,0 01, pn/o I IUi'' ",1?nis in tin I n l i U iSi I \1.1\ si I.,M,;s hII, I I.d,I laws
The next card party will be at the The next meeting will be at the Woman's Club of Stuart by Mrs J. M Helj.icnt.tell, will lie awarded Reh'Iiitlons" nun .ids 111111,1t\,1'i ihoul s'I I MI 0(10() i o, i"'iinl,Hi' llu kj.ii I II i,'' tit ,in Dial 546-4841
home of Mrs Jean Moran, Hi. post home April I I. 1,1
A ;I at m....
fulfill Park nn u" "pre'I 1 M' ft p -- --
A donation was sent to the national
home at Eaton Rapids,

Christian Woman's Society Service Look To The Iw we II + i iva

Held Luncheon \Y.a ,

The regular meeting of the
Woman Society of Christian Serv-
ice of the First Methodist Churchof r
Stuart was held on Tuesday
March 17 at 12:10 pm at the Future With YourNational
church on Indiantown Road The
ladies of Adah Circle were hostesses ln'i
at a covered dish luncheon,
Rev Walter Jcssup and Rev. Clarence -
M Yates of Sebring were s \ lUt
special guests! r Ut i if fy
A program was presented withan First Bank
Easter theme Those taking
part were Mrs Ross Witham, Mrs
W A. Gesner, and Mrs Huher
Speedy. Mrs, Clyde Coutant sang
accompanied by Mrs Pierce Miie

During the business meetingthe I
following slate of officers for J I
the coming year was presented and .
approved: president, Mrs. W. A r .
Gesner; vice president, Mrs Guy Would you save $10 monthly
Cromwell; recording secretary,
Mrs Curtis Whiticur, treasurer, to assure your grandchildren
Penrod of GRA11DPARENTS t s" t ,'. -" '
Mrs Joe ; secretary pro- 3. r: ,;;
motion, Mrs George- Watts; sec of a college education ? ,
retary 0 f missionary education

tary Mrs.of Raleigh missionary Blackwelder personnel; ,secre Mrs /(You get to keep the savings, too!) T

h. S. Doherty; secretary of stu

dent secretary work of Mrs.youth Charles work Munch, Mrs.; Grandparents! If your grandchildren art now under six you eon assure them of the oppor.

Henry G. Kindred; secretary of tunity to attend college at very little cost to you. Just join the Scholarship Club. You must
children work, Mrs. Herbert Ros- save $10 monthly (if they ore under three) or $20() monthly (if they arc between 3 and lid), ;
marin; secretary of spiritual life but you never hove to spend a cent of this savings account if you don't want to. You simply ri
Mn Pierce Mile; secretary of literature Club in turn, will a 'large
donate the earnings to the Scholarship Club. The Scholarship pay :1
Mrs. M P. Nelson secretary -
of supply work, Mrs H. H part of your grandchildren's college expenses during their 'last three years. It will amount to i
Thayer; secretary of Christian social manymany times the earnings you donated.

sen; relations secretary, Mrs of local John church Rasmus-activities Give your grandchildren a gift which will really 'last. We sincerely recommend this program ( r r As

Mrs. A. C. Courson; chairman and urge you to see one of our officers loon for complete details Don't delay for only r r
of publicity, Mrs Huher children under six are eligible Cewrwu mt fcr *. Corporlu.. i* 1d..1Ion11 i DmtopwBU
Speedy; nominations, Mrs. I 1. I..
Decker, chairman and Mrs. J. J.
The next meeting will be heldon
Tuesday, April 21 at 12:TOp
.m. at the church Johanna Circle
will be hostesses at an "old-
fashioned covered dish luncheon '
Rolls and drinks will be provided. ,
Installation of officers will take Need Extra For
place at this meeting Money

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Consumption of canned vegetables LIF'IRST ;
rose from 56.8 pounds per '
person in 1939 to 82.7 pounds in

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Saturday! .2(;vent' Successful AI\URl\G 1IIIIFW> from the awn ai Kmsudu ;re Mr and Mrs J, Brian Fra/icr, Mr I I M
.: Knight E/anslon (Ilt and Mr Robert Hill Miami

Z' Ia 700 Attended PartyAt

Kinsale to Aid

U.S. 1 Beautifying

Kmsalc. the Port Sewall estate Sara Fredericks. Palm Beachof
Mr Patricia Murphy Kiernan, presented a fashion show ,it. .L urge
was the s cne S.ltlirday.Ilrch! -1 1 I. audience fathered around the of a spring I festival sponsored hy 1pm. following I the Cashionthe
Garden Club of Siuurt rll, show. tea was served on the front /1
proceeds will benefit the hciuiti. lawn and in the patio LIF
fication of U S I in Stuart. At u pink and while striped lent
Around 700( () !persons attended I on the front lawn plants jewclrv
f the affair which was held from 2 I and ninny other diversified hems
Y to 5 p,m. While several thousand were on sale. .
t dollar was reported raised no I The mcnibc-rs of the Garden kr
figurer will he given until all bills I Club were assisted hy numerous
are paid the sponsors said. ; junior hostesses t
MRS. THOMAS UltRIOW, SR., and Mrs. Blanche Latterly count (hose intending the festival At 23: () an auction wan held Any person wishing, to givt a
with Ed Clay as auctioneer where donation to I h beautification,
such things as cur washes and cause is requested to send it to
W golf lessons! went to the lucky Mrs Howard Neail. Box' 48: R
; huyerj R I Stuart TAKING: A BREAK on the patio are George Perkins Joseph Rose and H A Potsdam

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Mrs Dorothy Sircid. Fort Lauderdale secretary to Mrs Patricia Murphy kiern.m, \ J

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MRS. WALTER BAUMAN: admires the white fox shrug modeled by Mrs M. P. Nelson Miss Glee MRS. FRED ORMAN: and Mrs.. Radie Belle Krueger admireJApahde BEHIND TIlE plants in the pink and white stnped ) re Mn. Irving Kanaral, Mrs. Robert foxier
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Trying Road Out of Politics lilt sit XRI ithirhluiM) : s !thurvduy. Munh 2ft, 1964 2-D
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County Engineer Plans Future Paving

Program for County on Orderly Basis i


Plans Made ,into his office to find out "wh\. black-lop but the black-lop i s ing., )just how much uv'i, i I" e
: I can't get niv road fixed" cracking and will soon he damaged county road department \I ill iii "seed
: The problem is no different 'n to the point of needing complete for the coming sear k nn i ? ''II'' the
For 5 YearsBy Martin: County Elected officials reconstruction at 'Ii 17.1(MIll> per I roads to be worked "ul\ nc r r+
i /build roads As long as tno uci mile amount of money ne'd'd.It ilto r ..
; the separation of road work and I II In that case I Lak Road wouldhe allow for long-rungi' pi mm,,,, md f x JJd' .. 1\
R.\V McCLURE I politics will /be difficult, to achieve scheduled for reconditioning in planning for new UM'',IH.Ii,, 'Inn' I I
Road work and politic have I Nevertheless, with these' problems 1961, while Jones Road would Setting up a del.nlul ,purr, !roe "+ ra
hand in hand in mind, County Engineer have to wait for the '1964 budget road construction I on i ivionly:
gone since both roadwork : :: : : < si
Fred Bell is undertaking to take simply /because it would he easier basis is closely av.iv.meii" with
ing and with politics little came into /he- Martin County roads out of politics to build Jones Road next vear road building itself It ...1hoill\ 'i
effort made I ,
to the so to speak through a county -' than to let Lake Road deteriorate down lo a marriage ol' on-nicer" .
separate two.
I road program called 'paving to the point where a complete ing and finances '
Even In the days of the construction I I with a plan rebuilding job would cost $17- County roads from Mind ruts
The of the Romun Appian Under the plan, the engineer I (XX)() per mile.Though lo first-class asphalt!. cost 1 ,ihout" 1 ISSIGN: R \\ II ROSS, li :
Way Ides Emperor complained to I and his emplojes will first find and i this sounds logical and :., 517.000( ) a mile To hau .i counts .
that everyone "wants" the identify all county-owned roads reasonable, it probably wont to rood in a level condition ,and with has been ):mud, "k.'ivr lo 1\11!
Emperor to go tried by> his house. .And the ,I and rightsof-way. that in itself I the residents i of Jones Road No | one inch of hlack-usp costs aboul his piirenls Mi.. ,md Mrs Marion u Y
to cOI11Ily.Through I I| will be a big job doubt they will visit their commissioner 5 12.000( a mile provided n sub- J. Ross. over Taster Mr \
the ages, most public Secondly I i information on the I and shake a verbal fist base has been constructedilh
officials have come to accept the I 1 roads will he catalogued including In his face while demanding to two Inches of blink,,lop, the road Ross came lo Stuart us u men ,
fact that the of the of about $17000 her of the (irummun organic
promise a new I type surface condition know "when I'm costs per mile. In-
gonna get my
road a hlack topped stretch here of the surface, immediate needs road fixed" eluding a new base lion, und has arranged lo mikenis S
and there a little gravel, the and needs, permanent home here Mr
use I I long range I It becomes reiuliK
If there is a priority apparent in
of a county grader, has been arewarding I I When the identification and system these figures. thai and Mrs 1 Koss were former rrsr i
Bell believes, the commissioner, viewing u county
talking point when garnerlng : I classification j is complete coIlIt ill : can easily justify his refusal 1 to could spend its entire budgeton dents of I ong Island N Y I ::1.
::1f hopeful constituents I! set up a 'priority system' He will press for Jones Road black-lop on one or two roads" For example, I-
I somewhere in thewilderness. decide from the information available '
the grounds that the control of it j is expected to cost ,!IO.IKII< () to ,
I a schedule I of construction, road work lies In the engineering I I I construct Print' A \\hitnevAccess lo be worked in the next three or .
But, after the voles are count reconstruction I or maintenance I I'I of In short this will I'e from Stale; Roud 76 four years to save them from com '-
ed attitudes change and temper ''I each road. The schedule will include I help survey.to the voter "off the get or to the Palm Reach ('oiintv line plcle deterioration" and the department .
lei com- ,
sometime flare when ilullien./ recommendation for rood missioners buck" I I out of secondary road funds;' has MO" I ((() a year to ,
ly found out by both the voter and !i work for the next five \eurs I'I'i spend I .. y, w
the new Iy-elecled official that I Ithere's I As an \ample. suppose fictitious As elsewhere, money is at the I I Bell explains road building in f sMyNr
the )XXI()()
this way: First., siahili/e a In past the entire $12(
root of all road and you
just not enough to : Jones Road has hard sand projects
money a suh-htse with soil and would have been spent each your I I a
Unlimited finances seldom compacted
go around. surface This base is good. the I are enjoyed 4
Many a public official has madea I: next! step would be hlack-Iop it at by counties This is true I marl. On lop of this you place on one road Ih the lime I finished h e 'II ......
three of the roads
si -inch ;
of Martin County a rock base. according to timely exit out the hack door I complete cost of 12.000( ) per I I II
Martin County has three county and Stale Rout Department the remaining three roudshave I ....
just as an irate voter I Is coming! mile. But suppose Lake Road has typesof
I he rebuilt
to completely ul
roads: primary roads such as specifications This is compacted RVDIO AM RU'ORJJI'R: Vaughn Monroe. md his wile, Marion right discuss plans with
U. S. Then a very thin lIrhllllseoll.'r a cost of (17000' a mile I
1 and
Slate Road
76. that
their Vwulls Point friends, Dick md Irude Bohner for ,a i future home nt Sewalls Point The Mon-
are constructed and maintained I coat i. added lo keep out Hell sass that hv spending $ enthusiasts have hunch Ihul .1 i site they "Knight ul High Point is lust whit
by the state and federal govern the water. Next comesour wearing I (000( on each ol luo roads in one roes longtime\ hosting a |
I am both pleased and honored to have ment, secondary roads, built I course of one.lllch.lhick asphalt I year, for.I leveling :und' one inch of lhe\'vi been waiting for
and maintained by t the stale black-top the luo roads: are then _. ---. ---
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been renominated to the office of prosecut- with the county's share; of stale: : I "In Martin (Counlx. lots of roads |' good for a hither three to four
gasoline tax money; and county were built in earlier; \ears They I'years, I he nextcar! he would we sland lo lose the huse It costs Al rr'\'nl. Hell und one oil ice behind him.
ing attorneyof Martin County without roads, or those constructed and were built with a good sub-base take Iwo more roads und do I the SStau)() a mile lo repair the husc cri'ployc are walking on the per And who will doubt that I a
op- maintained with county tax' money I But now they' arc so old the wearing same saving them for three or We should do something quidly.1 ority progtiim 1 hey hope to hove Manned roud program! won'I work.
position, and I will certainly continue to It is usually the hope of all course is gone If il isn't gone, four years. I the following year he Hell declared. enough of H completed lo use utleast specially( if it has the bucking I
counties to improve the conditionof U huts cracks and water gels into spends S6IKH) one each of two guide for the next I of (the public and county officials*,
county roads to the point where ii. Then water gels t into the lime more rouds. saving them He now Actually Bell has done something us a The program will give residents
carry out my duties and obligations in the they can he classified as secondary rock hive and tralfic makes a big has the six voids saved Considerable I leveling work budget better roads and nave tax money
roads and be taken over by the hole. Gradually the base ands At this point he goes buck to has:II been done 1 this year on I llarrlman Bui in the final analysis, it will. And It i is still true (thai 'a penny
same manner as I have during my present state for maintenance.In s uh-hase goes; he said the two roads repaired first! und Avenue and Je Her son in (.oral 1 remain. with the county commission have Is a penny earned" _
the Martin County road 'At this point you have to go I adds another inch of hluck-top, durdens, a hatf-nule of Murphy ;; hi iiillu're;;i' strictly n i to- the nri* -
term of office. budget for the 1963-64 fiscal year hack and scarify the road, Thatis and so on through subsequent Roust; Seville Sired in Monterey only system' and turn a deaf cur \ EVERY TIME A
tint will he exerted
$209.000( ) was allocated for coun you start from scratch. This years, thereby pulling all i h e subdivision; two miles in Booker to pressures
ty roads Currently, there i is a little costs time! and money-a bout I roads in first-class shape Park; a halt-mile near Wurfield, on them FOREST FIRE STRIKES
over $100,000) left for road $17.000)( a mile" Bell noted Over a period of time the county School m, Indmntown; Ricou Ruud.J One of the county commission
Thanks To Everyone work through June 30. So the I Bell staled that if he "movedin will save considerable mon) J Jensen Beach. ; one mile in Hibiscus ers noted: "I I think Bell .is on the
county road department will have now" and put down a leveling by eliminating the costs of a complete Park; ,third Street in Palm \ right track, und weat whoever
to move with caution, and count ''I course of one inch of asphalt and overhaul of the rouds City, Cable Roud! and Norman is h're.-should buck him in his YOU GET
its pennies in the hope no natural filled up the holes, these roads Dell reports several rouds in the\ Avenue in Hibiscus, Park I efforts I know I will."
WM. A. OUGHTERSON catastrophe occurs to take it all. I would have a good wearing surface county are now at the point where Severn! more roads and streets I The other lour commissioners
It is hoped by Engineer Bell lusting from four to five they could use a 'saving surfice need lo he done hut until the have mudu no statements. b u I t
that, with certain roads !scheduledfor I years, and costing about $6X)0( )() Murphy Rood is one such road budget is re-vvaluutcd the others there seems little doubt that Bell '
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY work in liven years, the present I a mile 1 here are 'several: In Jensen Beach will have to wait More money would have undertaken' such i detailed II BURNED
commissioners, future com Bell's "paving with I I a plan' Palm City and several in Booker 1 than expected hud to he spent this \ study and engineering i feat
missioners, and future engineers. I makes !senseS Park Indmntowne Year for drainage culverts. small unless: he had,:: known: or ut I least
I will know, .ut each budget hear._ y.:...for exnmvtej six roads need 4."ff I ; 'don't: scut these roud 1 bridges, and ditches fell, that (he commissioners' were-----
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sincerely appreciates your support of our effort to aid and hasten Civic Beautification through our Spring Festival at Kinsale on March 21st.

Mrs. James E. Kiernan (Patricia Murphy)

The Press Ed Clay of Station WSTU Sara Fredericks of Worth Avenue Martin County Sheriff's Dept.

A&P Store Dr. Bryan Featherstone, ChiropractorFirst Lone Palm Flower Farm Slocum's Florist

Amity Buick.Pontiac, Inc. Federal Savings & Loan Lyric 'I'heatcrMackey Smith & Gifford Flower Farm ..?

Andreason Flower Farm, Inc. First Nat'l Bank of Stuart Air Lines Ivy Smith Gifts '

Andy's Sundries Florida Power & Light Martin County Cleaners Mark B Smith, Decorator

Arant's NurseryC. Frock & Frill Fashions Martin Co. Jr. I II.I S. Art Students Southeastern Natural Gas' Corp..

B. Arbogast, Real Estate Gulfstrcam Electronics Members of Committee of 100( ) Stuart Feed Supply

Art Mart of Rio Gulfstream Nurseries Miller's Poodle Pagoda Stuart Jewelers! 'r>'..

BPOE I Harless Motors, Inc. Monterey Flowers, Inc. Stuart Office Supplies, Inc. '''I, ;;

Bank of Stuart Ben Ilartig, Golf Pro 11,1': Nelson, Real Estate Sunrise Inn t

Behr's Card Shop Ralph Hartman, Jr., Real Estate Niagara Cyclo Massage! of Salerno Thayer Nursery '

Bill Todt's Stuart Tackle Shop Harvey's[ Cities Service StationEd Oddity Shop \V. II. Tilton, Real Estate (

Busby's Brushmobile Higbee Electric Don O'Kelly & Co. ::1ow'1llousc: I Restaurant

Grant Chamberlain, Florist's t";, t I His & Hers Sportswear Outrigger Gift Shop Tronigas I Inc.

Chason's Garage $} Holiday Liquors Park Plaza Beauty Salon Tscherne Beauty Salon '

City Sign Service ?''if Hupfel's H & II Lily GrowersR. Plaza Gulf StationPrescription Tyson's Flowers, Inc.

Comet Cleaners '",<, V. Johnson Agency Shop Valentine's )Book Shop

Connie's Flower Shop Kindred's Superette, Inc. C. O. Rainey', Real I Estate Van's Flowers

Conrad's Shell Station Knouse Flowers, Inc. Rcardon Insurance Agency! Inc. The Village Shop

Corley Texaco Service Station; Kreugers Nursery Reliable Feed Store Walker's Jewelry

Crossland Mobile Park La Neice Beauty Shop! ( F. O. Rinker & Sons!< Welton's Flower Farm

Dorcas Flower Farm Langford Marina & VillasR. Rose Cove Corp. White Quail Flowers

Dumich Flower Farm II. Lear, IJIdr.Leighton.ChalJancin. Ruhnke Photo Shop Whiticar Fleet

Elkay Betitt(; .. Salon Flowers Salon of Beauty Winn.Dixie Stores '

Fashionctte beauty Shop Lockhart Realty Sears Roebuck & Co. Woman's Club of Stuart '. !::'

Further donations will be welcome., Please make checks payable: to The Garden Club of Stuart, Inc. (tax deductible)* and mail to:

Treasurer, Route 1, Box 482, Stuart, Florida


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THE STUART (FIfl.) NEWS Thursday March 26, 1964 -

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In Church HereOn 1

Friday March 20 Mss
MRS! ('. B. Ill\VSltY!' ,\f 7-0887 c trace McCormick Mc('rear> of

ummmmium&jifca.'i'<-< ?*"iw,*.4'>,*mnV,<*ittmvis.a>'!'-,.'*.MKAJM; JI w- Voiunt I'a. and the Riv I-award
., Mercer Pa '
A Damn D D of
Dessert-Card Party Benefits 4 v were united in marriage hthe i
v, si Rev Malcolm A. Harris pastor of i
the First Presb)tenan ( hurch
Martin Memorial HospitalOno The ceremony took place in the I I

r ,bt home of Mr and Mrs Howard F I
McCormick, 110 Atlanta Avenue' r n
hundred attendedthe Mrs C, Babcock
women ran and brother of the
and siter-in.law
benefit dessert-curd! party for I Table prizes were won by Mrs I.ieit-I. L-i1: iiI .r + bride r
Martin Memorial Hospital 0 n F. Hem. Mrs Maud Homes, Mrs, i The new Mrs Duum is .1 i re
Thursday March 19, at the Prall Mrs Gerald' Mason Mrs tired teacher from I turd' District. -
Rio Civic Club Marguerite Bassi Mrs J. ( urpen : I ( Pa. where she was prmci
I pal at Hickory Heights School' and
The committee was Mrs. Henry tcr, Mr Grace Harvey Mrs. T' later at East Brook School
Spencer, Mrs Freda Schlimm, Mrs
Theresa Wiltm.bi.rt. Mrs. Marie Dr. Daum is a retired minister
Herbert Klein Mr. George (sir.
Miller Mrs Uaviu (..ruin, Mrs now serving as chaplain at I the
Lilli Sottong. Mrs James Ciosney, Mercer County Home and How
Smokey Says Mrs Ethel Kuctsch Mrs Louise pital Dr.and 111'DilUIII expect
Sonnlaj, Mrs Freda Schlimm: I to return from Florida earl) in
; 1T'vao Mrs. Frances Yankovich and !Mrs April and will be at home in their
Philomena D'Avanzo. 3 !i apartment in the Mercer HomeA
'# Yx ,.r, A 1 NIW!: HEAD ot Florid" n,
PERSONALS I 't v J A s- e\ Ai machine that can learn to vision of Plant I t IndiiMi ,
J, .fj' recognize photographs of aircraft
,,' ; Gainesville is Hal I lonss I u h,
Mr. and Mrs. August Kocmg of l !' 1 and even persons has been developed -
l'l 11; tills the vacancy left \\hui,, '
Hcndcrsonville, N. ( ., are VisitIng for the Air Force. t t'"
I at the home of Mr and !Mrs former director Dr. \V (t, < (,"
Jack Shomcr, Mrs Koenig is Mrs I IShomer' '/ One ol the oldest 1 centers. ot perthwaite wus killed in ,i \1'1.| ,,",
sister Sanskrit learning i is Bhalpara a crash Feb 1,
I city in India.
The total mortgige lending of -- -- -
the nation'a saving and loan institutions .
totaled $20:!(),7UO.0K,0)0( ( ()) I Need Money See
last year.

The fiscal war I9(>1 saw an increase J, GLEN'S TRADING POST
of more than 10) per: cent
Our formti alVi( u. to much- in convictions of income tax violators lobe Sound, Fla.
all types of forest recreation t ,
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4j Gun loots Furniture Appliances
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a 'RCA VICTORMRDAIIIEDIIAIIZA' I Glen Stinson Phone 546-9583

M.irlm Martin JlltllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I /I I I I lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliROOKS I I I I I I I I I I I I I I'
ART AWARDS-Mn Lucille Nelson/ left in 'instructor at recent County Fair to Principal James C Woodall. Karis
County High School presents art awards in connection with the Keck Charlotte Walsh and Ray Sulzer.
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,. RCA VICTORS ewWrta <:p" aasaasal. may be still alive, these children abled, administrative costs and .

COLOR TV must he between eighteen and miscellaneous benefits, | MAKE THE PERFECT GIFT

MorA 265 square.Inch glare.proof} News for Veterans twenty-three years of age to be eligible

.. iJ I JI H picture 24,000-volt (factory ad for vocational counseling to | POPULAR FICTION AND NON-IICTIOV \RDIN:
justed) chassis Super-powerful guide them in pursuing a courseof 3 BOOKS CHILDREN'S BOOKS BIBLES (OOK
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make tun- courses leading to a future field
Ing easy Two extended.rang -- -.. .nwwau of employment. I I IOodeR | RECORD ALBUMS.
4" x Duo-Cona speaker The remainder of the cash benefits I
A routine letter from veteran fir disabled but ambitious veteransa t I I
I services and other expenditure : -
TMwlNSlow Veterans Administration I chance to take training in
who asked the specialized
Mark!aerlea 3hGe 1M OUR PRICE $569.95 ( a question concerning his lines of work with a goal I year totaled in Florida$73,494.106 during the These fiscal VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN 1 VALENTINE'S I

insurance revealed that he had of permanent employmentThe cash benefits and services included For Your F.vorlt. Drink
forgotten to name his bride of a 1 Veterans Administration
"SECOND" TV SET BUY! year as beneficiary. Had he died annual report of its activities tor hospitalization direct home, loan loan programs guaranteeand l STUART DRUG CORP. | BOOK & RECORD SHOP
; without change of beneficiary. the the fiscal 1963\ ending June
year for
specially equipped automobiles 51. Lucie a FI..I.r Diol AT r.1121
I claim would have been paid to 30 I\1963 shows that benefits were certain disabled veterans wheel THE REXALL'II10RE, I | 329 E. Ocean Boulevard Phone AT 7.0403 E
his wealthy sister still being paid in Florida to four
There are cases like thin with. of the nation s remaining twenty- ------- --, -- -
N. out number-all because of the five veterans of the I Indian Wars
failure of many veterans to keep and to 14.14 living veterans of the
their beneficiary listings up to date. Spamsh-Ameriean War.
J'tI The law requires the VA to pay These repicMMU the only living 1
insurance claims to the beneficiarynamed veterans in Honda ot Americas
I by the veteran. Too often early wars Elton SchwarzMy
II'II the original list of beneficiaries, The annual report of the VA I
i iI' compiled when the policy was issued now on sale at I the Government
More People Own l II is sadly out of date. 1 he most Filming Office, Washington, DC .
common reasons for obsolete listings .. I luithcr shows that veterans
RCAVlCTORThan are marriages remarriages and or their families in Florida !
divorces and deaths. received a total ot $248300,048:! ( ) .
Any Other Veterans should write to the in cash benefits and services during Promise To You !
Television... I VA office to which they send their the year :
Black-and-Whito '' insurance payments being careful In Honda, compensation for
to give their full name and policy i scrviecs-conncUed disabilities and
., I'I'sIllllingiii number as well as the old and pension tor total and permanent I If elected to the position of County
+ or
+ Color I I I'' new beneficiary listings nonserviee -connected disabilitieswere Judge I will and work for improved .
Iii The VA will help when a veteran paid to '112,338 living veterans -i promote
Jl I'I'nuibu I Iiip IIII IIIIiota has forgotten the old beneficiary in ;the amount; ot $108, 187, jail facilities for all prisoners,
IIi W"IIIIIIIII9,ii ,\\p listing by sending him a 650. I for juvenilesand
L LTha microfilm copy of the old listingas Death compensation and pension including separate areas .
DELEGATE well as a new beneficiary designation were paid to the dependentsof incompetents; prevent prolonged
i..'. form to be filled in with 1K.4I1 deeeascd veterans in the
VICTORi up-to-dale information amount of $11.925.841:! detention of any \person accused of a
RCA SPORTABOUT TV Openings for ''on-the-joh tram- Cil I insurance.: payments to beneficiaries crime without justifiable cause; devote e

16"tube (overall diag) with 125 sq. In. picture sought ing" of by disabled the Veterans veterans arc Administration being disabled of l deceased policyholders policyholders having- full time to the office of County Judge;

Newly-developed RCA Power Grid VHF Tuner as the surest way to obtain total disability income provision and, cooperate closely with the Martin j
employment for the riders on their policies. matured
18,000-volt chassis (design average) permanent
veteran when his training is completed endowment payments and dividend County Sheriff's Office in order to in

M. T. Dixon director of payments to poliey-holders totaled sure efficient law enforcement without *
OUR PRICE $ 2.88 the Florida Department of Veterans $28079,7"A :! \ ,, ,
Affairs declared. yearly average!! of 114 disabled sacrificing the rights of the people. The 5
Merely to train veterans in vocational veterans of World War \U full facilities of the Juvenile Court will y
schools and the Korean Conllict trained
or colleges accomplishes
BONANZA TV BUY! only a part of the taskThey during the year in Florida under I he available to the Circuit Court for !(, ,
are still unemployed Their the vocational,, rehabilitation act to
handicaps rather than their abilities overcome the handicaps ot their ,, investigation of situations involving
fI may loom large in a prospective disabilities, receiving $.102.UI I in'' minor children whenever requested by
employer's eyes subsistence, tuition, supplies, andequipnent
I r On the other hand, Uixon said, : payments: I our Circuit Judge.I .
More VA officials have learned that if In addition, an average ot 2.421:!
people ern an employer trains the disabled Florida veterans still were in train will also attempt to establish a

.11 RCAVICTOR Then veteran In his own shop, there I Is ing under the regular World WarII juvenile advisory counsel comprised of
strong assurance that he will re- and Korean (il I Bills. receiving
A y Other TeIel.ioniM tain the trained veteran as a "tailormade" $.140,491 in cash allowances young men and women selected by their
; employe The 419 sons and daughters!! of I
l fellow I School
ck Student
High work
and Whi Dixon asks the aid of the vet ( veterans ho died as a result to
or Color eran groups, employment agencies service in the Armed forces with the Juvenile Court on a planned
and the business world in general were enrolled in I-lorida Of.
I in locating employers who will of- i and colleges. under the War program of maintaining Juvenile Delinquency

Y yl phans Klucalion program\ was at a minimum level.:
other increase in the seventh
Cows now trigger automatic ;, of the program\ A total of -
sprays to kill flies by stepping on 172 was paid in .) 5969"1
automatic mats similar to those these youths, Cienerallv I BELIEVE: That my Hi years practical experience, knowledge of the law, maturity
t that open doors at supermarkets. phans even though one parent
impartiality and sincere practical promise to the voters' qualify me for the position of

1 1Tha County Judge.

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Struck ..t 1 nut \etnent Truck :W I TIIF. STt'.\RT rnnrU.1)) .\\SS Thursday Marcl 26, \96i $-D
-.\: Step Foru'aI'tfor' New Martin Recreation A rea

Two Are Killed in ----------------------------------------------------

Long Island to Be Leased to State

Accident on U.S.I I IA

r For $1 a Year as Trade, Worked OutI
on U. S. I south the rear of a Deg cller :
of Stuart claimed the lives II
ot two Company truck were
Port Salerno women at about S:30: I Mae Simmons fifty-five. I M.mil has hieil given at Board would pies .1 i il" II.ir I for (the running Ihe Intracoastal Waterway -
pm on Saturday.
Killed Bonnie Treadway forty' cast om moiee r ot freedom lea.e.I will i\pin in .1 i )ear .
instantly when the lute in Injured the Ii
which they were in cram t ''I i vile while' a plan it worked! The districts Icgil still sail the' "The proceeds would reimburse
pancngm struck liam D Simmons, son
Simmons and Fred '.n tin si.IK' to secure II from I IIF trustees .it their Mirch: II (he district lor what II I would otherwise
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'i" Navigation
of Port Salerno meeting would. in turn releasenavigilion less in IICal" Board
S'I UART VOUTII .1 public recreation ground
l'iS I I I' run> i, .- 1 land dii easements 'lo the led Chairman Cilcason N Mainbaugh
IUn'IGOW: Asc riWn'atr' r. : a a i n pared of
JOE PEACE CORPS ty Holt, lr apposite Rocky Point has oral! government for dredging work of West Palm Be.ichTabebnia
mon auto started to pass a lieen considered hy the State Re- the ""Inetlanl' done in Biscayne ---- ----
Charles P hendncki Jr. of Stuart when it made a left ; .:nation (ommittee for acquisition i. Nay nt Miami .md at other / Grout
a December 19ft3 graduate of Simmons auto struck the the Intnroasiala
for I'"hhcIC.\ FIND orig- (points along -
Indian the trailer.! Meets A ill
River Junior College. has mill ritused" to deed the proper terway, fit
been chosen as "a promising applicant Driverof the truck tv lor such use and offered t h eland the lease of the island also will
to enter training for the Keffer of Valdosta. Ga. at public: sale provide time for the slate and The Tahehuia Group Ilf t the
.,,-.... injured The truck was Bui last Friday the district com private developers. who are interested Garden Club of Stuart will meet
one of the Deggeller \ Wdncsday. April I Mthe home
" a l lVest Palm in property near the proposed
' "' Both Simmons and i 1 lh.n"le meeting: : au land- of Mrs, John Siidler i al I_' Akron
to hold off for a park site agree on a

I ., were Hospital transferred, Vest Palm to St. $:; ., l one r Near tract sins i plan U> dispose of the use Afterward pi.in. Ihe navigation district he Avenue Mrs at James 9:V) a('dl'\lev m Hostesses and Mrs will

8 mons suffered a head :' I the iliun-county district agreedil would be tree tone ll ,its land I rank jhiotto.
Lclcnficld a leg injury. L.: II basil 1I1 'ctll'lI here 'ti> lease to the Mite or trade il for stile Tho group! will visit PlayersNursery
.: where will demonstrations
l'f Saturday. they ice -
r the' island I to the State Internal I 1m. lands of e'lllillllIh "tllehIollhl
:. proscmeiil\ \( I Itnid IfI"teCThe III F be marketed.. 1dct r.1cmt' ofI of proper pruning 1)1
Sir Joshua Reynolds, trees and shrubs.
I lish artist t who died In An election of officers will beheld
ed morn than 2000 (( I I 'at an tie* Filled at fleeting .
historical works ---------- .

I"I"f .i +aaerassraaaMasalNSwA.ah..ss.::. I Democratic Committee Has Prairie leave dogs puddles drink hut when between showers

4 limes do without water like other
CARD OF 'III\:\ \ dwellers of arid places
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... Five Additions to Board
We wish to
CllXRLKSIItNDRKkS:: JR. express I
ciation to all our ,
I the Mil tin Counly Democratic 1)011111.111.111 will Mil a vacan HARVEY'StRV
Peace Corps. He is now liking neighbors for their help
pathy in the time of J> I amuse Comniittce filled vacincics cv m Precinct IJ I which' i is Baker
preliminary courses in French and
and his on Ihe kommitlee: at a I'aik Mrs. Inert Atinir will replace -
tue Togilese African dialect, during long
Ci.A I List ut 1 the Mrs Betty Pryor in Precinct
meeting cdnesday
at If he is successful in this )1A: FOR SC1':Nl:R\' to he used it Marlin (oimlv High Schwl\I prod l I, '11..1,1 I ,, the onrthouse I I. Mrs. Pryor moved out of the
program, he will continue tin training Mrs Mary J Pence and Irighlv D.IApril, 1 and I 4, in plastic transparencies projected I i'n I I.? I.'u, u'I'| s,'I Teen. counlv.
Mrs /Kl Murra '
was apXinlid
at in the Puerto Peace Rico Corps in May.headquarters Denney). I letl md Charlotte \Vilsh. 1\\001 the projectionists I ,. K iu| e one a.I the lutir In replace Mrs>I B. I> ulIon| Ray I orcn/ will fill a |place in 2feCITIES
projectors in 'Precinct 1. Mrs. Fulton resigned new Precinct 10. J :l
The entire state of IXmoerutic V
Enjoy; the Winter e Scenery' to Be Projected Sim ()'( Ilnnllr replaces blurbs candidate. were reviewed nt the \I
-----------_. i I\ld lure in "Precinct 4. Met meeting and those present were
With a New "Do" ro'r lure also resigned introduced.
I c:tiN" AewAY.J
A PARK World In Eighty Days'I


v 317 W OCEAN BLVD.T April 3-4 at Gym
-- ll"y. I and Palm City Rd.

; OPERATORS. VELMt TIIOMIS: BARBARA of 1 London, Ihe deck transparencies. painted by the art the play and these:. added lo the I OPEN 6 A.\I.: A'WEEK
1111 7 I 1)'S
I sea the jungles ol In- department under the: direction ot many scenery changes should I "
iRFO-PTIOMSn. BUTY II\, \ the Wild West will all Mis. I Lucille Nelson are placed on made.. for a tint.rule production I
7.x)77( )
-- -- flashed before. the eyes the projectors which throw four Next week, I h c Stuart News I I.UN('III'S Monday thru! Irlday 12 'I 111. 2 1'\1.: -

SELECTED COMMON of Around the pictures along the screen in one will tell more aholll the plav mil I !DINNI KS 7 1)11) a \\fik 5 It) III) I'SI.: Pick Up
: light) 1 Divs"' to he prc C Martin' County High i pictures arc projected from the For Reservation I Phone 2X7 4040) ( PI'ree
.. for varying investment objectives are regular features )111 on Friday and Sit rear of the screen they are not then to get sour tickets Member. Delivery
our Monthly Review. Our current i issue lists 137 stocks 1 and 4 blocked hy actors: as they woul I ol the journalism and speech clustes I I I Where The Stars Meet until 11 p.m.
four major categories..Growth,Cyclical, Income, I -moving three-act com : he if a front projector were used are +alrcads telling reserved I I II
Pertinent,easy-to-read,statistical data is contained for Diwcs. hared on I The Ine ren iICCreen is the Hats I
hy Jules Verne, will he brainchild of the seicn:c' leI'U'I-'I
Here is tool for the minded investor. ;h"I:;; ; u.I.1 I Id.
a helpful serious ,
clhlrt I Mrs Betty Mc- men). executed' bv head i I cuss I t The Review also contains discussions of the school speech dcpirl I.OUK I-unk. and the shop 1i".11 I ." nls I.",, ,or' "\ nl ",,"Us.
the pity. receiving! rant .. I l I :11 .hr's .I.d\ V Dui '..iI t liI.lI" 1-
coflT yours ., ,, ,
foam the art, home C''nnnvs I m brine' I h.d I 'PI I
the cau office mail'the Blakdy
asking our nearcsryou or and s
'..... ... .. ... science journalism -
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Pleas tend me your current "Review" which lull 137 Sclc the cast has been
Common Stocks. and according to
I reports, may he relied ,
I 10111111 .- '\ fine performance it is ( mli,
C b"
T3 c ,
I for t h e production j
Address City sate:\ excite a great deal 01 ., sa r

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HIRSCH & CO. this part\ with of the which country the, ; lovely

AtMtferi N... fort Slack, lichmgt end .*..tlditmgn scenery" has been ad ipt. in the
a low budget shows just ,u
108 South Second Street, Furl Pierce he done when everyone
7-4100 costly movable scenery j ,
and his
--- -- rop\ wings I
SIUN; OFFICES 25 Broad Street, New lurk 4, N.Y. on the giant high
by a twelve hy twen ,
Listen to daily market news and averages unhleached muslin r'wtsa
5:30-Station \\IR.\ 1400 on your dial fiberglas
screen are four ov
.,llIm... WiUinito.' Minn"" luck Mm..1dI fort"... ......w. i \. expected in the
London Pus G..... A..I"d, Mies t future to replace
blackboards in classrooms Plastic
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--i x JLFrankA.Wacha .

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ttY l 1 Suited for Easter

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t' .i \

County Commissionerfrom $14.98 up ;.


District 1 1FRANK : ,5 ,t Just Two From Our Bevy of Style Seller,. .',

II ;,P, Masterfully Styled In Carefree Cotton and Seersucker.

,,v Solid' or Striped : .
To enable him to continue his co-opera. Juniors and Minuet
l Democratic Candidate with a tive efforts for Progressive Accomplish.
of service lo all :
Proven Record -Also-
in All Martin
ments County ,
Martin County MIXING: UM'Iot.li.11": Owen K Mer: rlht

Ibis/ Record Shows Leadership in now in Ireland with Mr ',1 I ,rtohcenter| show Ihvetomassage .wedsh:
masseur abroad the ship" ""f< his units New Floral Prints in Colton Dacron and Arnel

Four Laning U.S. No. 1 Paving Martin Grade Lmbroidcd: and Lace: trim for the Soft Feminine Look

Rebuilding Jensen Beach Bridge and I Drauspan

Planning High Level Bridge at Indiantovvn -THANK YOU- 11.98 up

Maintaining County Government with No Tax Increase

Development of County Recreational Facilities

Promotion of Clean Light Industry for Martin County shop early for a wide selection of styles

May I take this opportunity to express my and sizes often Mon. and Fri. niles 'til 9 p.m.
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORTTHE I appreciation to all of those that have shown I

their confidence in me as a member of the

COUNTY WIDE REELECTION OF Florida Inland Navigation District Board,

I will endeavor to continue to do my very -BLAKEL Y'S"Prestige-

best in this capacity I

FRANK A. WACHA II I "Prestige At Popular Prices"

COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 1 I I 120 N. 2nd Street 461-2134 Fort Pierce, Fla.Auto .

FP.ld Pn ,t.el .wtI.tI ,II.I.

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M> THE STUART (Fla,) NEWS 1liurs
  • Beach. They were Mn Belly
    'JW"..... ',"',,*,\<_ d._<____ I Nicklc, Mrs. Evelyn McCormick I seas ota srom'- .
    I Mrs Leoflt Howard. and Mrs : How Not to HikeThe
    I Biewtker. "veestl.rw ao j
    INDIANTOWN NEWS Mary or ono r' se60I
    The society revived a ribbon Brownie Girl Scout III t I pal 1r

    BARfJAR.SNYIER, Correspondent Phone M7-2-105 at the district: meeting for completion their meeting on Monday. March
    of work outlined by the '16. played a game by dressing up !
    NJ' 0'. 0"0 '''"'IfI,s, district. There are fifty-one tocie In high heels' etc. showing how one
    tics in the Went Palm Beach District should not dress when going for
    WSCS" ) and the Indiantown Mctho- a hike. Last week the Junior Girl
    Methodist dill t Church group in one of ten Scout entertained the Brownies
    to have twenty or less members Mrs Betty Lighlscy. mother of '
    There were fourteen 'societies in Sherry I iL.htsey. nerved t the refreshments 1Q
    nil that received ribbons that day at the Brownies' meet
    Elects Officers InR.

    The Junior Girl Scout are engaged .
    I Kiwanis Hears in working on their proficiency ,
    1 1 hlmen'R Si'C"'tI f Chris was in charge of the business meeting badges.Again I
    lien Service of the I InI"II., "\fl and a tentative date of April the Girl Scout troop" wishto / Try t little nor* In *!4t!
    First Methodist Church i"wI t ,>n 4 was set for a rummage 'sale I Scott thank everyone for helping to -- ---
    Tuesday! evening. March 17 at I A new stile of officers" was accepted make their cookie tale such a
    the church with tWl'''.. mcnhcrs" I I for the coming year. They Kiwanis Club had two guestspeakers huge success They sold their com ,
    and three guest I' present Mis J"'l' I are: President MrM.lry Bic.ecker lit its luncheon meeting plite quoin A s
    Coon I'ahl"I.....' ; vice president Mrs. Icons l held at the Seminole Inn on Mon- Junior and Cadcttc patrol tenders .
    The title of the I'r"I'ram; risen Iliward; seeretirx Mrs Betty div Mdrch In and assistant pulrol leader1. aJs
    hy Mrs Bear {).'lIrll'n mil her Niekk: and treasurer Mrs JuunitiBxwer Tom Howser public relations Attended a leaden workshop at
    two children. Putts dad \Ik, ,'. \+ ". I manager of Central and Southern Camp Wclika In the State Parkon
    The Oos and the Ri sum'l I"onMn I On Mareh ft. four women ati Florida' flood (Control was Introduced Saturday March 21. All Ca a r r
    Man Bcxckir' rrknl I i/cnled a i district meeting of the I by William R. Scott a mem defter In the Palm Glades Council s
    her of he I board of governors Of will meet at Camp Welaka on
    I I the KCD who also spoke. April II for an all-day luau

    Their topic was the long term s
    SPRING IS HERE program for drainage and irrigii! Wyoming Folk ,
    lion in Martin County," Have ReunionMr I .
    I The guest list Included Dick i krtr
    Pryor. Marvin Keller Herb Ros and Mrs Lyle Stoker of
    .,/JffJ t. nutria. I'd Murray and Andy Pitt Thayne Wyo.. visited their ion
    ;14. t'" t?." man all of Stuart; Ilarry North and daughter.in.law. Mr. and Mrs' ak
    r. \ HAPPY rope Kissimmcc; Rowe Van Hou Loron Stoker who are stationed
    i Ion. Chicago III.. and Ed Enns at the Pen ncolu Air Station in T' "What do you mean
    ol Tort Pierce Honda, after which they all drove
    :'\ 10 Indianlown to visit Mr and -Egg; Beater?
    { .: Ac' EASTER LnkersVin Mrs. Orlund Edden and Mr and I I $10.00 for
    x MM Blame both of St 1. Martin Outstanding Young Farmer spent
    Heap u- ALBERT R. KRUEGER: left was presented the award of County
    ) Second HalfIndiantown cie Acre Park. by Richard Pryor on behalf: it the Junior Chamber of Commerce In the background is AI Hcmliv this Hairdo!"
    :::: Mr Heap Is a trainer at the St Martin Fair
    \\ TO Youth Basketball The award was presented<< Fndi\ Mirch 13 lit the County
    second half Lucie Park on Route 76/ and hails One more remark like that and
    championship was ------- --- --
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    from while Mr. ----- ---- -
    \ Tayne Edden he'd better check his Insurance
    the I akers, managed by
    : won hy
    handles the colts at the Phipps Stable few days with the Seifker family -
    r.o'-n. Eddie Dooliltlc and Tommy Leig- Rhodes Family Stephen Seifker four-year-old a coverage. On second thoughtlt' -
    .'\ At how with a final record of ten and Is from Afton Wyo. Celebrates son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Scif a good Idea anyway. Well

    lttl. victories and one defeat AMBULANCE: RUNS leer of Famcl Boulevard was tak- Word received here hy Mrs be happy to survey your insur
    Ricky Uirfield was the league's On Sunday afternoon March X. en to St. M-rys Hospital West I Fred Burrelle from her parents. ante needs free at any time.
    March 14 Archie Thomas ;
    lending scorer with a total of 106 Manchester N. H., is that her Come In please!
    See Our New Spring Collection For Hooker Park, to Martin Memorial Mr. and Mrs John Rhodes of Palm Beach when he fell in the in
    points I I bath tub at home cutting hi'i I sister Mrs Patricia Colby is doing -
    driver James
    Hospital; Highy Minute Maid Groves celebrated
    Other Paul much better hut is still unable
    top scorers were which six Mitchcs
    chin, required
    Biesccker, 98; Mike Gilliam 86; assistant, George White. I their anniversary and the birthdays I to walk Mrs Colby has had surgery R. V. JOHNSONAGENCY
    I March 14 Mozct Ellis Booker of their two children. Gail'lbirlhduy of Mr. and I
    Terry Mills 84; and Wade Barn- Ralph Nygard son !! several times since January
    HENS and ROOSTERS Park to Martin Memorial Hon '
    hill 80. -. was March 4 and Tim- Mrs Martin Nygard, is confined. She was injured in an auto accident .
    pitul; driver James Highy; assistant mic's. March 7, so the Rhodes to his home with'mumps.Miss and her teen- son
    The nkcrs other players were young age
    George family decided to combine all threeinto
    Tequesta Dr., Tequesta Fla Dean Burnhill. David Woolwine I on big celebration Lisa Hale daughter of was killed
    Realtor and Insurance
    Mike Ral Wells Bill
    forty Danny Fleven Indianlown youths attended Mr. and Mrs Norman Hale is
    746-3433 Mary and Dick Russell Raffcrty Dennis Gardner Pat a meeting of th Indiantown I chicken The menu baked consisted beans. cole of slaw fried. also confined to her home with The number commercial, bunks AT 7.3366
    Clements and Ricky Noland. Youth Conservation Association I the in the country has declined from
    green beans, cake, ice cream and mumps 1.000( ) in 1920 to less than 13,500{)
    A dinner i is being planned for on Friday, March 13 and were I coffee FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING
    the boys couches, referees and shown movies on conservation h\. I Indiantown volunteer workersfor today, __
    officials, Bud and Guests from the Minute Maid the Cancer Fund will have
    league' Slay Randy Hicks
    :.- ____ -- -- -- -- -- I Groves were: Mr. and Mrs George dinner at t the Town House Restaurant -
    Ellis. their son-in-law. Kenneth in Stuart on Thursday. I
    and their granddaughter; Mr. and April 2 at 6 pm
    Mw Mrs Oscar Hill and children.
    Vanessa. and Oscar Jr.; Buck Indiantown Business and Professional z
    Murray and daughter Annette; Women met at the Rodeo I I Ins
    Mr and Mrs Haskell Moodv and Bowl I clubhouse Tuesday evt-
    BACK children I Icroy. Eugene Joyce nina, March 24 at 8 p.m.
    Phsllis and Carlos; Mr. and Mrs.
    Amos Carlton and "son Wayne; I The RCA Outboard Motor I
    s Frank West; Rickey and Terry Club of Cocoa Beach held a \get
    J. Bowling; and Mr and Mrs. Robert together at the Indiantown Marina .
    Dunn and children, Billy and the weekend 'of March 21. ?
    ? Cathy
    t I Indiantown Fire i Department I C a's r'

    Auxiliary held a meeting at th p, 'nv GI: la Gsv.ror Cumppan land
    Welcome Dr. Wirt firehouse on March 12 Fire Chief .. --
    I I George While showed the mem-
    Indiantown' residents are real hers and a new member Mrs. Ir.
    happy to have a full time doctor dine Leyland how to use the radiophone
    now Dr. W. W. Wirt of Vero and the alarm system.
    Beach and has family plan to move REAL
    4JACK here after school is out hut until I The Veterans of Foreign Wars i
    that lime Dr. Wirt will he staying met Silurd.iv evening March 14
    here. Dr. and Mrs Wirt have at the post home on H.ilc's Dairy
    three small children. Welcome Road ESTATE
    doctor1stBu! I
    A Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price hadns I
    their guests this past week Mr. :
    n.\ i" ASSOUUIONMIIS and Mrs Hill Holms of Ahsccort
    I MORIHIM' I N. J.. and Mr and Mrs. Junes...
    Mrs. Martha Chilmncss. !\Ccre-I Phillips, Ocean Cily N. J. SCHOOLThis
    treasurer for the Youth Ba.e-I
    ; tary- Mr. and Mrs Glen Owing and I II
    I ball Association. tells us there is I I children, Shannon and Jeffrey, of i
    still, need for workers of
    R great ,
    Orlando. were \guests of Mr and
    I all sorts in the coming baseball ,, '
    Mrs. Thomas Clements of Stale
    take the State
    season Road 710. course prepares one to

    3 FlU FOR ('0""\ftlF I i I Winter i residents of Riviera I Examination for real estate salesman or
    Martin CountyNEEDS Beach, Mr. and Mrs Carl Eik
    A .t Three men from Indiantown ncr of Chicago, III? and Mr: and I broker. Next class starting April 13. Price
    filed for the office of constable Mrs. George Bcssctt of WillimaticConn i .
    to succeed John Holt who Is .. were \guests of Mr. and I
    of For informationcall
    not seeking re-election Mrs. Hoe Shcltra course $75. more
    David dale an Indiantown
    Zi Company cmplo\e who filed Monday Mrs. Mae Seifker of Fort I and- I lobe Sound 5465295.
    erdilc and Mrs Anna Luxford of I
    afternoon h;is hud past t experience
    Cincinnati Ohio mother daunt
    as a police officer James I a n
    F, Highy. a former guard at Pratt of Paul Seifker are spending
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    & Whitney also has hud past. experience I
    as a patrolman; Frank
    \ A Local Man Snipes is employed by Big Chief

    Construction CompanyINDIVMXWN .

    \" .4- : ( __ IN THE BRIFIS My Deep Appreciation. .

    Mr and Mrs. Floyd McAllister
    yes :"r, s and Mr. and Mrs. Iloyd Smith
    spent the weekend in Quincy via

    $ Smith sting with parents Mr of and Mrs Mrs McAllister E. H I want the people of Martin County to know thatI

    +I + iar', STATESENATE and Lloyd Smith

    ntq Kemp Tucker and family moved I deeply appreciate your kindness in allowing me to

    into the John Fox home on

    +jx r wli Yahala is the butcher Street this in past Millers week Market Kemp continue to serve for another term, without opposi

    : parents Mr .and of Mrs three Tucker I little girls are the tion, as Clerk of Circuit Court. This faith and trust reposed -

    __ as Mr their and guests Mrs this James past week Highy Mr had in me will enable us to accelerate our efforts to

    and Mrs Bert lanes of Harbor
    33RD DISTRICT Creek, Pa. and Mrs Helen Free- and
    diligently to worthy of this
    burg of Dclray Beach serve you try prove

    JACK WILLIAMSON' I Mrs. Quentin Varnes of St. Lucie honor.
    Acres has returned home with great
    her new hiiby boy

    j NOMINATE and ELECT A GOGETTERJACK kala Mrs Ohio Pauline arrived Gorey March of 18 Patas-to Most Sincerely!

    spend the rest of the winter with j
    Mr, and Mrs Earl Swinney of
    St Lucie Acres Mr and Mrs..
    4 Swinney are spending the winterIn Dorothy PierceClerk
    4I H. WILLIAMSONDEMOCRATIC Indiantown and plan to returnto
    I their home in Columbus, Ohio
    in a few months
    Circuit Court,
    Paul Anthony Jones son of
    Mt. and Mrs Paul Jones, War. I Martin County Florida
    PRIMARY MAY 5 field Boulevard left Sunday ,
    : March 15 for reserve duty at
    o Great Lakes Naval Training Center -
    Chicago, III. His brother Robert (Paid Political Adverosmenlft
    I PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT is stationed at Great Lakes
    but expects to be transferred ood.


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    PORT SALERNO NEWS St. Patrick's Da r v
    After 19 Years
    !MRS VICKY PROSK Corrupondenl AT 7.2083Pipe A social evening was enjoyedat
    the clubhouse h\ members, of
    ,,1It.I,, .I'TII.I'.4IIMIJ! I Mrs Dick Lukens has been hap- the Horseshoe Point Pioneers, Club :
    : pity entertaining her Msler, Mrs. on St. Paint k. s Da\ Featuredwas
    I Rose Jackson. and daughters Cfndy
    Smoking Is Nothing New a real gourmet covered dish!
    and KimberN Ivnn.' who arrived supper followed h\ a \ancty ofcure

    For Port Salerno s Bea Regli ,weekNineteen. here from Chicago I lust AI! .landing gnaws were: Mr and MriHowttd .

    years ago the family Mifler., Mrs. J. I I. Bloom,
    I consisting of five girls and a boy Colonel and Mrs. M
    the W Hale
    Following recent cigarettenoKing and in her case chocolate a desired -, duo to financial reverses, were V *
    I Mrs Elliott Rice. Frnest Rotten- I
    ". 'care.ewrallocal worn- delicacy was taboo placed in an orphanage From here / Mr and Mrs.
    "1' have turned to thoughts ot I' haunt I Anton Steig- :
    mokiixg. pipe 'Another thing to be acquired I the children were separated after Icr Mr. and Mrs. Karl Markwordt.

    One of our residents, Mrs. Bea I is- the right method ot holding of being homes,adopted and the into various In'I'touch, foster Mr and Mrs. Willnnl Papa Mr :
    Regli has proved the femininity oliipcsniokmg I the pipe," Mrs Rcgli says 'Itjust !I with each olher ) and Mrs Frank HCJJN Mr and
    Mrs, Victor und Mr
    which she has been
    | can't be held like a cigarette, During the years they have
    I and Joseph Kop\sleekyiifcvnn
    doing since l" 47 It while she
    I watch how a man elocs it1! And beware !been tracking. each other down
    san .1 i chain cigarette smoker. that
    her late husband, Adolph of the mess. Don't smoke. I with the result that there are four n I IMC si..\TID
    Kcgli In .
    sisters living Salerno now: MM
    "m author of ten books, suggestedshe I' your pipe in the formal home you Dick I ukens. Mrs M\\rticc Tay- There will he a health clime at _
    try a pipe Always ready to viit. They'll not appreciate the 1. lor. !Mrs Diek I likens. and Mrs the Southern Methodist Churchon w s $ e
    in> something 1 new Ilea bought her tracks you leave" Dot Tinker. A brother CaptainBill Fifth Street on M.II I II I between J J
    first pipe and tobacco A ril'e-smoking. fancy for wom !Maddox. ID off shrimping at I 1 and 3 1'.01. Immunization; shots
    Since then she has had more I en came into evidence in H12. hut present' The girls are still trying I I and oral polio vaccine will be ad-
    than 'seventy' pipes. beginning with was short live" Perhaps the fuure to loculc one sister Annahclle last ,, ministered to the children whose
    i man s und then switching to un will sec more pipe-smoking. women. heard from 'in Jacksonville. parents request this
    assortment' III I 'studded jeweledand :
    I .
    She colored says. Its pipes' the only smoke" }Pioneer Club! Holds/ Girl Scouts Hold I PERSOVtl.sMr. ? s

    However she agrees. u's not easy Dessert Card PartyA and Mrs George Johnson,
    10 acquire Ihe habit as one must Easter Egg Hunt who have been slaving at FritzAnderson's '
    first get adjusted lo the burning dessert-card party was heldon : house for the season,
    sensation on the tongue It iKo March 18 at the Horseshoe have returned lo their home at
    changes the tastes of many foods Point clubhouse of the Pioneer Girl Scout Troop 80 recently Monmouth Beach N. J. Before'' r sfS r 1'' 1 1
    Club marched in formation from the leaving they broke. ground fof
    Hostess for the day was Mrs. school grounds on Tenth Street their new home to be built on'
    CHUCK'S A SERVICE I M. W Hale Twenty-five ladies along Seminole Avenue then along Salerno Shores. I
    Ninth Street to the home of Mrs
    were in attendance
    I Mr and Mrs John Bolt from
    p j STANDARD M..aml.Ddir.ry ,. I Dvir nri'e winners, were Mrs Ardath Thompson one of the Coral Gardens have their son, I
    Duty T. W. Cook and Mrs. Cecelia troop committee members. Fred Bolt and family here for i .
    kopvsteckv Table winner were Here the girls searched the two-week visit from (opcaguc, 4.
    l '
    287-9864 Mrs T. W. Cook Mrs. George grounds for colored Easier eggs! long Mind, N. Y. '"

    Holden Mrs J. H. Whitficld. Mrs. that had been previously cached IPIES I.n the recent Juiseii al uh Regain Sunday ever, there was plenty of room for several thousand speu IMP when
    Si Luck
    Railway St. An In
    D. H. Vandcrveer Mrs. William strategic spots Scout Carla Mr and Mrs A. Haiiscnbauer fnl'Y.nn.'h
    while he.lehed I .il limehlime I How- the bouts started racing
    I Haarala of the spare space I
    was winner
    Port Salerno Scharoun and Mrs Charles Conrad prize had Mr. and Mrsillium Rep-
    for the most eggs discovered and of N. J.. visiting
    sher Shade -
    Road Service Manic( --- ------ ---- -- -- ---------- ---
    Scout Cheerie Phillips won a prize for a few dii s. :
    Open 7 days I week for finding the 'special"( egg ) : PIR \U'S: ('on: NESS: and cabbage! !! ,dinner Tuesday night Mr, and Mrs. Bolt Robinsonof yes using l cut bait fishing in the
    AssociationSees I
    7 ..m. 8:30: p.m. Civic After playing various, scout t Mr. and Mrs Robert Ford of Filly "Pirates attended and unanimously t eke. Worth caught seven I bluesi -Indian River,
    Three FilmsThe games, two of the patrols acted outa Jefferson Ohio spent some time Viitinala't week were Mr and agreed that this was one I i and three snook. using feathered
    I play based on the Girl Scout with Mr. and Mri. John Miller Mrs Walter H. Brown Belleville. i of the best dinners of the season
    N. J. Mr and Mrs Ixlimmd C',, jigs fishing the Sun "PurlorMr GIVEto
    Civic Association held its laws and promises This I is inpreparation and while here attended several : i ii I Ihe lomiuillec in charge was
    'Wf J ('ivic Association function i Van ( leve. Mr, and Mrs Frank headed bv Robinson and
    covered dish supper at the civic for the troop dramatic George und Mrs,, Joseph I'rcw from
    kolkmeier and MISR I'umclu Di.18Cr.
    center last Thursday I badge the girls are working on. I Hit R. Jones Miami eleven I blues end
    ..,"AIArMI'itlNS members Mr and Mrs Herbert H r.a.si.ter l- from ShJInville. In".. Mr caught
    After the saw Later the wiener
    girls enjoyed
    three films, "You supper and Your Driv roast and made "somcmores"a of Onancock Va., are visiting and Mrs. Thomas II. I futon and Smutov! night brought Iwenlv- four weakfish using cut hail and your
    , suearw ," her parents, Mr and Sirs A. son, Bill, From S nffcrn. N. Y.: four of the folks out for hymn fishing the Indian River
    ing. "The Legend of the Raven These are toasted marshmallows
    II'"' Hiiusenhauer this week. Mr arid Mrs M. H MeEnrland singing Special I I'ulm Sunday music RED CROSS :
    and "The Best to Eat. I between
    two crackers ,
    Way placed graham Herman Kiuiehl. son, Ronnie
    irate IK-smurais 1 ,
    I and Mr. and Mrs J. E. Van Winkle was sung hy
    and a slice of chocolate which Mr and Mrs Victor Ni< of fort I nuderdulc. Neva Raymond. June I hrhurdt and brother Roy, from Puhokee.
    JOHNSONS. SIMMONSF.SMSir : :' taste so good everyone asks for I Pompano Bach were guests of the and Fffie New house hud plumy of action I fishing i n
    Under Management of 78YFROl l> AUNT some more.Firemen's. John Millers last Friday The Hobby Club met as 'usualon Peek I ,like. und the Intnieoustul +
    There was quite a gathering of 1 Monday afternoon Mrs. Trcva IISHMIOIMS Waterway 'I I hey used morrolures
    Tolcy ngcbretsenSalerno
    Mr. and Mrs Jim Naples of East
    Auxiliary Mumford hostess The and feathered and caught
    .. the clan Sunday at the home of was project jigs
    AT 7-1.41 Mr. and Mrs Millie Grant of Ge. Will Tile Firehouse a er d\ro. J. are guesting with for the day was doing repairs for I red Roberts and friend from t twelve snook They released twentysix Always there.
    SALERNO Beueh nil1c1L'enhlucf"h.
    ShipyardCCMWUfl AT tare neva Mr and Mrs James Hill the a of Hibiscus Park the single men of the cove. West Pulm, UK weiikhsh caught and two t others ..

    and their three children, Mr. and On Thursday evening the Fire.men'8 Mr and Mrs Edward Voelkl of In honor of St. Putrlek's Day, crotikers. using shrimp, I lishinglhe AI Cepec from Stuart Caught with Sr4w4 i
    your help
    Mrs. Jack Simmons and their Auxiliary met at the firehouse Hibiscus Park. have been playinghost Parlor i wcukfish amt cronk-
    the men prepared a corner I beef Sun eight! seven
    CAM / seven children; Mr and Mrs. Ted with nine members present to Mrs. J. Case and Mrs. -- -- -- :-- ---- -
    Simmons and son; Mr and Mrs. Members voted to use' the funds Clarence Tuschong' of Rochester,
    Ray Chandler and two daughters. from the reeent spaghetti supper" N, Y.. for a few weeks.
    and Mrs. Robert Johnson and two and card party to buy tile for the
    daughters drove up to visit with meeting room floor After spending a most enjoy.
    Mrs Johnsons aunt who was scvonlyeight There will be another spaghetti able winter here Neils Monroe '
    / years old Many more supper for the auxiliary and fire has returned to his home in West- e'I fI <<
    ss JACK'S GULF relatives were expected hut due men and their families on Saturday field. N. Y. 1 1
    to illness had to postpone their April 4 al 5:10() p.m. This will
    Hurry Kahn Frank Rodenhaugh
    STATION trip he a get-together lor members and Bonkoski. .. took .guie) With those'ords'dasl'neO
    Stanley Mil la is risen .
    i --- arc to bring their own Veto I I-
    Ali\ Servl'*. Guaranteed:: Tberar- hout :25,000:! fleets of service The pig-in-the-poke was out to visit Dodgcrtown,
    and low
    Beach the Angeles Dodgers
    lack Saiinderson, Owner eight or more trucks in the U S. won hy Delores Rodcnhuugh' Olive 'h v
    I the Baltimore Orioles last I vS all for all time
    i play life for men -
    AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 but they total less than I H per Slife I and Vieky Prosk were hostesses I week -.sd' new ,
    cent of the total\ number for the meeting 1
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    R. H. Bachelor has returnedto ,
    I t 1' a life that is everlasting. We arc all :
    his home in Lake Gerard, N.
    A J" after spending some time with s

    ,71 his brother-m-law, Edward Moran ) J, \ ,. .. ... called to share in this life
    and wife. Before returning r
    When you want something good north Bulchelor purchased a trailer A' d a r ,

    really good to drink, and lot in the Salerno Trailer through}; Jesus Christ,
    chances are you think of Milk. Park for his return next fall.
    Can you think of anything that would Mr. and Mrs. Anton Foley of Who hy I His Death and
    taste better than a tall glass of ice cold milk? hibiscus Park have been enter I
    and taining Mr and Mrs Wallace Bennett
    when think of
    you think- first you of milk. All a in healthy all, drink, of South Amply N. J., for _. Resurrection has redeemed the

    heel !t\ Milk is nature's most nearly perfect food Ihe past month. __ -

    \ tliy and a delightful beverage anytime.So VFWMOID WOMEN PARTY: : world. Come, worship the --

    whenever you think of r i j 1 I I' ww
    Good and Healthy-think ot Milk. A dcssertrd party was held .w
    hy the VFW Auxiliary at 1 the li Lord with rejoicing, praise -
    home of Mrs. Myrtle Hale Co- -
    9 MM D_mr COUNCIL or teats FLORIDA \ -
    N. / hostess' was Mrs. Charley Bolts
    -_- Members and guests who attended a ,I and thanksgiving on ({aster w

    f fi were: Mrs. Dale Weed.

    strain Mrs. ,W.!Mrs Sims Otto Mrs.Greefe Charles, Mrs Carl-K. 4 I vt; Sunday in the church --
    ffi<< ffi ffim mTffimmA {:.ii..L.
    AU nurn$<< r. A Heilfurd. Mri Grace hall Mrs ..

    i ffi1i Pat Booth Mrs, Joe Gorman of faith "
    Mrs A. Stelig Mrs. Rob Keeling, your

    Mrs H. Magarme, M u. Elsie ,. c' :
    P. Frdn/ona and .. :
    FIRSTMORTGAGE fo:: Margaret; Kahn.A .

    i special( prize wai won by
    Mrs E. Burroughs and other
    prizes were won by ben, Otto I
    ircefe, Mri H. Magarme and
    i Mrs P Franzonc. Another card

    I party I Is planned for April 7, ,


    The Volunteer Fire Departmentwas

    E busy with several calls this tt a ,fr
    CORP. week. They answered a call for I I w

    !K brush fire eait of the Baptist t ...
    Church on AIA on Tuesday. Two
    trucks were used and no damage s ws
    I resulted l s r -
    I e
    OF STUART On Wednesday, three trucks -
    answered a call from a cottage
    owned by Don Vanderveen. A

    t gas faulty tank hose caused connection the fire on, an but LP it .....

    was quickly put out and there were I
    no damages.On .
    1'I I o truck answered
    a ""dr'tt: Salerno Trailer I

    Park where. a couch was on fire ..
    In one of the trailers.. The only I 4 ..
    damage was to the couch. :


    I .
    Gary Lukens enjoyed his birthday

    ON INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES I IfrLORIDA party on Tuesday, March 17 r Attend The
    of( his home, but lhar d,the honbr .
    with hit cousin Cindy Jack- Church of Your Choice
    ONLY r ton who was four year' old, and
    Mrs. L. W Ludlum of palm City,
    :: East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in StUart I who was eighty-three Jean old.
    Two birthday cake were enjoyedby
    il Atlantic 1--ii2 Chester and Charles Barber, KINDRED'S SUPERMARKET
    Suzie and Barbara Bennett Uzi \ :

    Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian.Kiver Drive in Ft. Pierce ? Thompson.H, raJa. Gary Connie Smith tokens Vlckjrf,I Mark J -

    HOward 1.3160 Nancy and Mary inn Meyer, Kenney .
    and Linda Stone and Rusty fcv w f t i-i S i i &fcI ;

    L-: 1945 20th Street JO 2-2300 = Verrt Beach Fulton.Myrtice Mrs.Taylor Dick and Lukeni MM., *Mrs M 1

    ''tflVlVl".tVlVlVlUl"lVl".u.V1V'< ; : : Jackson were on hand la tuner*
    V V V1WJ1.1. VIM UM gathering.

    r ,

    8 D THE STUART (Fla) NTO Thursday, March 26, 1964" Mrs Florence Tienken enter noon. Refreshments were !served I t

    I I tamed friends at dinner Sunday and prizM were woo by Clara I I
    ""V Ir_ evening The guests wr Mr and Teal, Vlncle Scam -born and Roxy I IEffield.

    Mrs Willis Cadwell, Mn Nell .
    Ocean Breeze Park News : Kendrick. Mrs Gail Wilbur and 1 ; RE-ELECT
    Mrs Helen McArthur from Eden Mr. and Mn. James McLardy

    J\trs. Boxy Enfield, Correspondent I lawn. entertained Sunday evening/ witha

    . Mrs Tienken dinner party for twelve
    C.RUrm., .wa. 't." A\'I' s W -.1 aim entertained
    Mr. and Mrs. Kronenbittcrs and A beautiful St. Patrick's partywas
    Club Sees Slides I their daughter, Marian Van Zandl I Rio Club.
    Camera given Tuesday at the
    Mr. and Mr* Fred Tyler and Mr.
    and Mrs Cadwell. at bridge on j The Hcssie hostesses Klein Mary were Reeves?Sue Bessemer, Eremu
    Camera ,
    Taken With Bantam Thursday evening Sacket and Bee Smith. There were

    Mr. and Mri I furry Doming. nineteen tallies of bridge, canasta j i I
    On the evening of Thursday I tcrtainrd their victors, Mr. and I and pinochle. The motif was beautifully i ii I
    1'ihlc took I- Mrs William Bergland from New : carried out in dessert and I
    March 19 Werner York, with a picnic lunch on the table icttmgs Two prizes were
    his audience of 124 on a sightseeing the workshop, reflecting the high I I Jensen Beach Causeway! and dinner given at each table and seven BAKER
    tour (by means of color regard the audience have for Mrs. I at the Outrigger, door prizes, all wrapped in green !I
    slides) to British Columbia] Bermuda Mason lecturel.PERSONALS with shamrocks on them.
    Haiti, Jamaica and Guatc Mr. A gut ha Luxford from California j i
    mala.Pohle'. has been visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs Tom Budkin from i
    pictures were outstanding Mrs Bill PectMr Fort Lauderdale were visitor with
    particularly in view of the Mrs, E MacKenzie hud a birthday i Mr. and MM Albert Heal. They
    fact that they were taken with a I and Mrs Comcy from St also had relatives Mr. and Mrs
    luncheon for her
    bantam which he carried Petersburg:;! and Maine and Mr Elmer E Bausch, visiting with
    camera mother, Mrs Hoismgton Besides and Mrs. Hotstrum from St. Petersburg i
    his vest pocket!. them. They left for a visit in 1 Lake \
    in After the slide show, Mrs Clara the guest of honor, Freda Peter and Massachusetts. have Worth and then returned to their
    Mason gave a very interesting talk kin, Mrs Fred Nobles Mrs luck been weekend visitors of Dr. and home in New London, N. H. BE SURE !
    Mrs. Thomas Moore AND
    on "light and Exposure:' Mrs' er and Mary Adreans, attended.Mr. A lovely showing of the crafts

    Mason told encountered of the different differ-light and Mrs Edward Rasmussen Mrs Charles Schaffer receivednews and arts of the park was held on
    a conditions have returned to their homeIn Monday that her sister on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at
    ent situations, such as among Long Island had been killed when the clubhouse for to en
    Waukcgan 111 everyone
    mountains, in a plane, desert or she stepped off the curb and was joy. It consisted of many beauti :. -

    Mr and Mrs Bill KrowarU. hit by an automobile We extendto I ful paintings! ceramics and many I II 1 .
    Mr and Mrs Martin Koit/sch and her our deepest sympathy I pretty things from the various ,I f" ; "
    The Duplicate Bridge Club met Mrs Mary Adrean attended a lobbies within the
    as usual Friday afternoon with dinner meeting of the AARP at the We are glad to report that John and others Many from surrounding park territory -I rS:,; :' '
    Corliss has
    returned from the
    seven tables playing in Clement St. Lucie Country Club Wednesday visited it. :
    Hall The winners were: North evening Martin Memorial Hospital and is
    and south. Mr. and Mrs Jack I doing nicely. Quite a few from the park enjoyed ,
    Watson, Mr. and Mrs Mathis, I Mr. and Mrs Frederick Tyler the fellowship dinner Thursday .
    Mr and Mrs Albert Ba8
    Mrs. AI Wickcs and Mrs Val Mac Bay Drive, entertained the form age evening at the Methodist f:
    i few in the
    are spending a days
    Donald: east and west Mrs Larry crs cousin Mrs Ardis Bower of Church of Jensen They also enjoyed ,
    Fisher and Mrs. Hugh Burgess s'l I East Syracuse N. Y. over the park. Pa on their way home to Sarah a wonderful message byRev.

    Jim .Cauthcral _and, Sam ,Eusy, __ weekend. Paul Cochran from Indialan
    -- -- ---
    Mr and Mrs Willis Tanner tic 'ir
    have gone to their home in Arlington .
    The AARP i is having a meeting r
    Va., after spending the
    season here, at the clubhouse Thursday.
    March 26 Hilton G Park, eastern
    COUNTY TAX OFFICE Mrs. Jane Manchester is spend- Florida representative, will he the
    ing the weekend with friends on speaker I
    the West Coast
    Mrs L M Nuss from Richmond
    Mr. and Mrs Elmer Mackenzieand Mich., is visiting her sister -
    Open Sat., March 28 9:00: to 1 1:00: her mother Mrs. Hoismgton Mrs William Wuhl.
    are leaving Tuesday for their i
    home in Keene, N. H Mr. and Mrs Kendall Andrews
    are returning to their home in
    For your Convenience A Pikmi party was !given by Lacoma, N H., after a three
    Mrs, Chloe Mathes at Mrs months May
    O'Mara', cabana Those attending r
    Mr. and Mrs Jay Bohunnon
    were Marge O M:ira. Mary Morgan I a
    3% penalty on unpaid taxes begins Apr. 1 Elinor Martin, Gladys Glover left Tuesday for their home in '
    Doris Malmshcrry Ness Moore, Richmond, Mo. 1 hey will visit 6
    Flo Preston Iva Smith, Nan Camp their two daughters en route I

    hell and Erema Sackett. Prizes Mr and Mn N. Harold Tuek at
    were given to each guest according cr of Long Meadows. Mass. lire
    to their scores guests of Mr and Mrs. E. Me !f t"'j.
    Kenzie. I
    On Monday Gladys MeLardy Ayk !!: .
    entertained her bridge club at Thomas Cox from Fall Church
    Martin Co. Tax Collector luncheon and pri/es went' to Gladys Va., has returned to his home after I S Fwi4 -
    Mel.ardy. Stella Sorrcll and ClaraSeal
    a visit with his in-laws. Mr. and
    Mrs M O Powell. I t k i il >

    C lara Teal entertained with two Douglas! K. Sawyer from St '
    I tables of bridge Monday_. after Louis, Mo., spin! Sunday with i 'I
    --- -- --- '-
    -----.... I his parents.. Mr.n nnil Mrs. Ralph l
    Sawyer : .

    A COVERINGSOFFER A group of friends of Mr. and ,
    & B FLOOR .
    t. Mrs :bhalier: Williams had a Lit ."f.. ',sc. r i aI.
    together for them on their fiftieth )A '0) ,
    wedding anniversary on Saturday "I.
    / ,
    TIIESE OUTSTANDINGBUYS evening at the home of Mr. and 4
    Mrs William Downey. Refreshments I I '

    IN CARPETING were served and games were .
    played and a lovely bouquet of 1' .
    mums were presented to them I r

    Dr. and Mrs. Graunke and chit .. : '
    dren from Knoxville Tcnn, are f ; .. -"" ,
    her Mr and Mrs ,
    1 Y visiting parents I

    i Ralph Haldcmun .. ;. > ',
    Mrs Edward Donan entertained ( "
    I the All States Bridge Club Mon- : s/z .
    I day afternoon Winners were Bet- 'f
    i ow d A,, ty Raven, Marcia Morash, Alva .) 1I
    y Scott and Ann ChristcnsonThe ,
    I I I. .
    Chit-Chat Club met at theO .
    M:irus on Wednesday and played :
    pinochle and had a white elephant .,' ,. . "<
    party, ', : ,
    : .

    of Mrs bridge John Wednesday Wall hud,Prizes two tables wentto '";_ !" : '> '. .' Vo_ ........ -.\, .,.....' --

    Eva Donaldson, Beth O'Bncn,
    DUPONT 501 Teresa Dorsam Wittenberg and Charlotte

    Mr and Mrs Howard Sicks
    from Misnwalka Ind. are visiting
    s77 Mr and Mrs Charles fair r -

    Card Party

    10 Year Wear Guarantee Held at Rio a er
    sq. yd. ,
    22 Beautiful Colors TOhrtSyDUPONT Jenny Clancy, Nellie Cook, tlois oy
    Hoyt and Eva Schroeder were hostesses ,
    for seventeen tables of cards e
    I on Friday afternoon at Rio Civic
    I PLUSH PILE Center.
    $ It was most unusual and beau-
    $477 tiful as the taster motif was carried

    ' CARPET Prizes out entirely for cards were awarded, ASKS YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR RE-ELECTION AS
    to Garn
    : Dorothy Mercer Gen

    I ..... ... Minnie Brammer Nan Campbell
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    Dorothy Cieeben, Marge/ McCam-
    mon Connie Hileman, Sarah
    ASBESTOS Houdley, Vince Seamehorn Minnie
    YYnrncs Selmu Ciroetseh. Frances -
    Scranton Thelma Cadwell.
    Stella Ethel Birchfieldand
    Your Choice of 25 Colors, 9"x9"c Jo During
    Each )guest had to make and SHERIFFON
    en.I wear an luster bonnet. and prizes
    I were given to Thelma Gordon as
    and FORMICA most unusual: Mrs. Scranton, funniest
    ; Julia Wood prettiest; and
    RoW Enfield as runner.up on the
    : DISCONTINUED COLORS combination
    9 The judges were Nellie Jackson
    IN VARIOUS SIZES[ & c Mary Adrean and Freda

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