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: April 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Your Last Chance to Register Is Next Saturday, April 4; Evening Opening Set on Friday

Audit Bureau of Circulations The Stuart News Gives You

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I II City Hospital I

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InjunctionIs Fifty Per Cent More Pupils by 1969$2,821,4l3IsSeen


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< it) ol Stuart tiled a "bill

of compliiml I ;: ": M: irlin; l'ireiiil: I
Court Iiicsd.o) iskmg the court School Expansion Need

to issue a Martin mandaiorx!Memorial mfuncunncompelling Hospital I

to compl"> with the city's nut ,
ordinance .
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In its two-point complaint, the I Years
city also requested that if the hospital Involves Property Owners Five

ira0 { docs not correct the "'itua.1

,., a ...., .. tion pertaining to the violation of I

DEDICATION CEREMONIES for the new Hobe Sound-Post- district Several important state "postal, and civic leaders-. arc expected entertain Ordinance a 140 permanent, then the injunction court I I $114,585 Low Bid Is Growth IsOutlined

I I Office will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 4, at the post office to attend. Shown In the picture, left to right, are Robert enjoining them from operation of I
according to Postmaster Harold E Lyon. The new building is Durbm clerk: Postmaster Lyon and William Wheat, clerk. the said facility" until the hospil.il :
j located on State Road ALA just south of the Hobe Sound business complies with Ordinance 140 of Tabled Streets
the City of Stuart. I on

1 Public Is Invited to 2 pan Ceremony When contacted (ount\ Judge, !
[vllns Crary Jr., who is the legal
advisor for the hospital, "said' the 1'\\.1 bids for construction wink Street from Calilorma to Colo- With Martin ('ouint enrollment -
11 News on Folks From Th hospital would have to defend itself on twcnl) city streets were tabledat ratio! Avenues expected lo jump by 50)
Hobe Sound Post Office to in court "otherwise it will a special\ meeting of City Commission Mcl'hcrson Street from U. S. 1 1I per cent in the next five years the I
mean the ceasing of operations at Monday afternoon. I to Channel; Avenue; Channel Avemm State Department, : of tduealion; has
t RamblingReporter the hospital," which would I be Dickerson' & Inc was the apparent from McPherson Street to California advised. the Martin County Board
I "unthinkable and against the best low bidder on a unit basis at Avenue; West Seventh Street of Public Instruction lo spend $2,-
Be Dedicated SaturdayThe interests of the people of Martin I $114,58150. The other bid also from U. S. I to California Avenue 821,41) In the! next five years on
on County on a unit busts,, came front lloudmlle and! California Avenue from new school construction and situs
I Actually, the official court cone .Duval ol Jacksonville $1401 ( ,- West Seventh Street to Channel for future schools

BIG DAY COMING new post office at Hobe I gone up" the postmaster noted the public to the dedication which plaint.il days.had On been numerous expected(>occasions for sever -, 1 1.17.S0.The) commission will investigatethe I Avenue In I title Dixie, lake, Seventh, "Survey This advice of School: was Plants contained m Martm In a-

TOR DAVID IRONS Sound will be dedicated at 2 p.m. "For example, 1953 revenue was : is sponsored by the Hobe Sound. residents of Hildabrad Park and bids further before decidin) hurch: I londu and Tenth Streets County recently completed by
on Saturday, April 4, Postmaster $14,04001, compared with 1963 Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments would be included, as well as Tarpon
officials had mot with hospital whether it will call a public hcuring a team from tho State Department
will be "
4 big
Saturday, April a of 3408240. and of the
Harold E. Lyon announced.The revenue a building Nassau. Bahama, Spruce,
officials to talk over what as a preliminary to awardmj ol[ I Education and discussed" a t
day for David B. Irons, executive Postmaster has invited will follow the ceremonies
Lyon Fast and (Central Avenues
vice president of Stuart' First new facility, located on I the city and residents called the a contract. length: by pro lames\ R. Duncan/
National. All we can tell you is State Road AlA, is part of the 'noise and "odors" that h a Last year the commission! -- ui a special meeting of the board
has Post Office Departments lca>e- bothered Hildabrad Park ed to Mart a street deCilJ'l Monday night
that Dave for the past year First Three Months of/ 1964 v'I'I Final
been vice president of the Florida construction program In Its complaint, the city program and allocated $ Saturday Dr. Dungart told the some
Bankers Association\ holds "Like most of the new postal ed out that it duly and legally this I year's budget rt that purpose. twenty-five persons at the hearing
its annual convention and electionat buildings that are going up across adopted Ordinance 140 on March It was the intention that the coin that school enrollment In the
Miami B ".ch; Saturday. It could! the country, tins post office is Above $1,000,000 in 27, 1940 and that the hospital 1 i is mission would pay for one-thin Day to RegisterThe !9h69' school year is expected
just be (want to bet?) that Dave leased to the Post Office Department located (in a residential! urea. It of the work, and that property. to be 6,2,10Bicnt 1h current cm oil-
will be president in 1964-65, This gives the department noted that the ordinance slates; pwncrs on each side of the roud lust day to register for I b".
sJr some flexibility in adaptingits ul.llnce-No use shall be would also pay one-third each. participation, In the coining prmuries To meet the needs of the expected
building program to changesin Permits Are Issued made of any within such Ihe program mushroomed rapidly / in Saturday, April 4, Mr. enrollment, Martin County
CAROL SCHMIDT IN mail volume, transportation and property an original four sections of .
district: that shall in any way be offensive j Zola niukcsAc rerl\trur. announced and the Slate of Honda are
D1S11NGUIMIFD TOME, population," Postmaster Lyon said. or noxious by reason ol >street> crowing\ lo I twenty..However The books : at 5 p.m. going/ to have to spend money, Dr
Schmidt (Mrs. Stephen "The fact that Hobe Sound has dust smoke vibrations if it is possible! for (ha commission flint day Duncan said. He then suggested
Carol odors, gases, -
Building hi Martin County mark for the third successive / allocate f
permits year to a further $20, :
Schmidt), assistant director of been chosen for a new post office or noise! nor shall anything In order to mule time available $2,751,413 I for new constructionnod
Martin, County Museums, hasa ," Postmaster Lyon said "re' of during t 1964 exceeded the first the three$1,000,000 months( ) 258 permits being issued for a I \be constructed or maintained in OliO for the this commission's purpose in next year'sbudget for registration la those unable major alterations, and $70,.
comprehensive article on "Con flects credit on our growing con total! ot $1,355,821.J :! such district. that would in any onethirdof to: coma to the office during rcgu (XX for school sites.
the lower hid would be assured.
servation of Sea Turtles"! in the' tribution to the economy and life --- ---- -- Of this total. 205 permits issuedby way constitute an eyesore or oui- About 32,000 feet of assessable lar hours, there will be especial Whether any of the recommendations
of the International of the nation." opening period from" 7,30: .m. will be
p board
edition met by the
newest the county building inspector
(Continued on Page 2-A) is involved, which would
4, Dickinson Will property to M;30( p.m. on Friday, April 4.
Zoo Year Book Volume published ,Meanwhile, for the local postal accounted for $1,218,221 I; the cost property owners involved will apparently be a mutter of
by the Zoological Society of dedication, the postmaster announced Regular office hours are 9 a.in. bow much money will be available
aboul$2.4a() lineal foot.
London. It 1 is a high honor to be that the following are Make Whirlwind city inspector i issued filty-two per Governor of The would to noon and 2 p.m. t.) J p.m. during the next five years.
streets t
included in such a publication the mite for a total of $137,200 and get a prepared The office i Is nil
expected to attend thinks the
among guests sub-base; a three-inch i mix base Jnr the tr"o j jthe Dungan money will
along with world authorities. : Congressman Paul U. Rogers one Sowalls Point permit was for North Carolina and a of one-inch Type I uated annex at be available. He said/ "Martin County -

CHURCH IS SINKING Manly, Griscom Settle mayor of At (the end of March, 1963, 232 as prescn'ly! exists, for example, onEast A large sign Installed by the which Is a luxury that only four
Jupiter Island, and Dr. William five, or lust, (;counties in Florl
LOCATION JOR SIGNS ( ) permits throughout the county totaled Governor and Mrs Terry Sanford Ocean Boulevard They would Jaycees calls attention J to It, or
G. Myers, president of the Hobe governor $1,007,753 A year earlier, of North Carolina, arrived not, however, get >sidewalks> curbsor da can afford.
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The Church of Christ 425 Sound Chamber of Commerce. the total was 144 permits for $2,- Tuesday to visit with Mr and gutters. Dungan noted that generally
Beach Road has three very attractive "Our patrons will find that their Beach, will bring his campaignto 072 M)8() of which more than $1- Mrs Ralph Evinrude aboard the The streets involved are: Akron CoM111rrEE or ion' Martin County school are In good
factory-made: signs which they mail will be handled more efficiently Martin County with a visit to 000( .000() was for the Martin County bvinrude'i yacht, "Chanticleer" Avenue from West Ocean The steering committee of t the tape at the present time, but that
would I like to install so as to be of in this modern building as Indian town, Port Salerno, Hobe Hospital extensionBronson Accompanying them was Har- Boulevard to Fifth Street; Fifth Committee' of 100( will, meet at thin In mostly duo to the fact that
visible from U. S. 1, one south its up-to-date equipment will enable Sound, Stuart and Jensen Beach grove Bowles, head of the North Street from Akron to Colorado 7:30: a.m. Tuesday, April 7, in a he projected enrollment for 1964
Stuart, one north, and one near our postal employes to work I Carolina Department of Conservation : Avenues; California Avenue from breakfast session at the TownHouse fell short. The projected enrollment -
the junction of Palm Beach Road under the best of conditions," the Monday afternoon I I Fifth lo Sixth Streets, and Sixth Restaurant, U. S. I I. Mt by a 1960 survey was
and U. S. 1 1. Thomas< R. Smith, postmaster commented lie plans to arrive ut Indianlown i Opening __ __ __ _
member for the church u (Continued] on Page 2-A)
committee "Mail business in this area hasIt's between 1 1:30: and 2 p m.
says that it is difficult to identifyand His bus with a caravan of local I Campaign Office
ask the owners of property in and state supporters, will be Scott Construction Bid Is
these areas for permission. He at (the fire station In Port Salerno Four Lots Sold
asks that anyone who owns prop Kids'DayAt post t office at Hobe Sound, U. S. Here SaturdaySenator
erty near the locations and who is I shopping center at Stuart andat
willing to let him put up the signs, a Commercial Street locationin Draw To Dickerson in
Low Jensen
Hall Irlo Bronson, Kissim- SpanScott
communicate with him at P. O. Langford Jensen Beach during an itinerary on
Box 725, Jensen Beach, or phone being worked out by Evans nice opening a campaign officein
Martin County at 34 Last Ocean Seminole Shores
287-4056. Park Crary Jr., county campaign manager
on ThursdayThursday Boulevard (the former Rains Construction Company of tion in bidding was Dickerson, ] Wacha said the matter of the '
"He will come to Indiantown Building) at 9 am Thursday, Phomasvillc, Ga., was apparent Inc. of Stuart, who will subcontract remaining IOOMX( ) would have I four lots each 100 by 100 feet,
ANONYMOUS THANKS is Kid Day at Lang- from Okecchobce." said Crary, April 4."Senator. low bidder at $765,999 for the the approach work I to be discussed with the State Road and within the boundaries of Sein-
FOR KIND DUOS: ford Hall Park where the big "is due in Stuart around 4 p.m. Bronson will be on replacement of the center draw The Scott bid was about; $100-( Department. note Shores In the south part of
TO HEART PATIENT show starts at 2:30: p .m., with no and will leave Jensen! Beach at hand to greet supporters in his span of the Jensen Beach Bridge 000( under the money available for Revenue for the draw span Utehinson Island were purchand -
For a bunch of people who admission charge. 5.30: p.m. for Fort Pierce." Campaign for re-election" said his over the Indian River, according the project and brought joy lo the project was made available through recently by Dickerson' Inc. of
practically don't exist, the Rio Blanche, listed as! the world's counts) campaign manager, Ralph to an annoucemcnt by Frank A county. Commissioners had been: refinancing of the Martin County Stuart.
folks are doing a bang-up job for largest elephant. will lead a "jun- CROUP W Ifjrtman: Jr Wacha, County Commission chairman talking of the bridge co stat bridge bonds, which also remove The exchange was unique In that
friend. The friend IIle[ safari; Jewel a teen-age etc I 1 Hartman f also announced that "around $850,000." ed tolls from the bridgesIhe it was the first recorded instsncewhere
an anonymous
MILL MEET: FRIDAY Dromon will hold Bids at The lower could ". "I next t lowest bid the draw
3-A phant will render her version of Senator a cam were opened Tuesday .amount pc" on Tusebu I Inc
(Continued on Page ) "The Twist;" Polly, the high-div. Martin County chapter of the 'I pain!! fish fry at Stuart's Sailfish the offices of the State Road Department sibly mean that the road from the span was made by Houtlaille-Du- James Rand foundation: has old
log dog will drop from way up liaak Walton League will hold its Ball Park on Saturday afternoon at Tallahassee. The bids east end of the bridge could be val of Jacksonville at $771,2X701 property within Seminole Shoresto
in the air into a tiny net, and March meeting at 8 p.m. Friday April II at which; Secretary of will he re-checked; before a con repaved to the beach as well as No due for construction work a private group,
Tale TwistingBy there willIe\ acrobats a-plenty April 3, at the community room Slate Tom Adam will be principal tract is awarded. adding funds to the county's sec wm set for the job modernizing Walter Crowed, vice presidentf
I performing on the ground on a of the First t National t Bank speaker. learning with Scott Construc ondary road fund budget Jensen Causeway Dickerson Inc, reported that
and in the ---- -
trampoline air --- -- possibly a couple of residences
THia rLHVO COW BOt There will be free acts galore, will be constructed at a later date,

Its been a wonderful experienceto but there will \be a charge for the Priceless Natural Island Audubon bllt nothing' definite has been de
me to have another visit with miniature rides and the refresh to Society de'd"!
Mrs. Mae James (daughter-in-lau ments. The deed signed March U, I
of Frank James) and see the old 1964, sets stringent restrictions on
James farm again but the most important :the use of the property such anthe
one I is IIN1L MEETING Should Be Preserved as a Native' Florida TreasureMartin sire of buildings, and use ofthe
being with Broth Ol- TOURIST nUB building for residential purINLMT -
er Mickey Evans MONDAY: EVENINGThe : posed.T1055.
," our evan- County Audubon Society i. I Speaking of the march of progress father's motive In giving it was. to digging in ancient Indian mounds; coast, and Auduhomtes were urged
gelist, a t h e Stuart Tourist" Club will members at their annual meeting which is inevitably resulting preserve for all time 'a part of "and you must pick a landing spot lo support a sand transfer plant Ap1T
s preaches the hold its last meeting for this season in the Stuart Youth Center In ecological change along Flori I the Florida that used to be' and i'i'I and make simple paths for access crossing !St. 1.ucie Inlet when engineer r.t'Cln a xr.n.p tow wale
word of God Monday, April 6 at the Youth Tuesday night had impressed upon da's coastline, Reed urgd that i is so rapidly disappearing Not one of nature lovers" make their recommendations P.M. A.M. Pst.
from the same Center with a covered dish supper them the significance: of preserve I immediate and thorough scientific cent of income tax credit was Involved He foresaw "enorniou pres on inlet improvement.Mrs. April t .I.ttde tins' 1:10 Iie,: edaApd 4Airl
pulpit that El and entertainment beginning ng the close to a mile of ocean cataloguing be made by botanists ," he said. "It wa a gift I sures" in the future at river and Virginia Forrest, a director :I : ::: .47 11.4p. /,;./ : 'tAprli :
d erR. James at 6 p.m.BURNS stand recently given to Florida zoologists, marine and anthropological from the heart. oceanfront developments increase of Florida Audubon Society, :I : .u'f 1,17, 11.41 i in 7 5/1 S. 1"dAnrli S USApli ;
(the father of Frank and Jesse Audubon Society part of "the unspoiled authorities from Florida's Many problems will be laced I' There should be a patrol against and a prime mover in securingand I ; u: I ant; t : 1 ;$ pal:
James) preached from in 1849; natural beauty that all leading universities. in preserving the wilderness area vandals>> and lilleren, no more spoil guarding the wilderness' area, .Aplt. ... p.15,10
and to have the honor of tellinithis : tOKCtA OPEN Florida once enjoyed." The land was hisfather for posterity. Reed declared, and should be dumped in the Honda reported that some thirty member .aII.Last PL cal Week'tea.: Weather 4l 1:11 L.
new generation what Christ Of HOE IXWYIOHN It M a treasure boune of native Joseph Verner Rees in in a minimum of efforts lo openit Inland Navigation District's continued of the local group made a site InapectiOf1 -
means to me and seeing souls Roscoe Rollins!, county campaign lora, fauna and seashore life as 1933. transferred to : Hobe for public enjoyment.It deepening of the Intra- of the sanctuary Satur )in,'tare .lies Low ltdnfillo
saved Lord wi lin'\ I'll be back at chairman of the Burns-for- untouched a* it wa when John Sound Company in 1947, and given must be guarded, he said, coastal "and dredges should be Mara 5.05 S 14* :: ... I 71* St Is .61:
Tropical Farms Baptist Church governor forces announced that James Audubon visited Florida in I to the Audubon Society early against encroachment of "civiliza I kept away from the shallows where day.Temporary signs will be erected ...rnk I* u.... M II ..41.0M.r.a
Sunday. (Our last rodeo for this a i downtown headquarters has been pioneer days Nathaniel P. Reed in March."It tion" should apartment and motels bird feed." warning that it i is illegal to use M.r.b:: in in :: nit 71 U :1nM..s
will be Hobe Sound I w to arise to the north van The greatest problem is the sea, S3 T4 6t. ..'.
season thin Sunday after opened for the candidate in the of the < Company told yours use, to study, en- ; against .'
church: at %:30.) Rain Building. the conservation soup joy and preserve," he tauL "My dais who even recently have been he concluded, which 1 II eroding the (Continued on Page 2-A) Ar::nys l.mv f r tu.. "" ..warYA, :%

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THE STUART (Ilea) NEWS: school would hau been In had Pnrk tcmiii Beach. Stuart! Innmr IeV.1 mill from count sources Mrs. Tompkins, Daughter of Sir Charles Brooke, Is Giver
Thurelu, April '1964MORF I shape." Dungan said Blphnrlll1! ( aunt, HighSlinrl 1 during! 1964-fiS :md I I9fis,w>. thus -
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". : 1 OII\ll1t to the next 1 five )'run ichoolinmpktion. I IrnntaiK a I mil Warficld I, flaf\a, \;of is Public diKcrclional tnnuctinn.A with. Rajah I
AFOl\ T: and per cent expected increase the Last White
-ei in school enrollment, the (' of the conversion I I-null levy for two years' should Personal Flag of
,survey' recmmnemk the following: of Slum I Training to an elenientar> produce at least' '22*.(tNKi and leave:
$$2,821,413 Is Seen Construction of ode new elemenfiry school and Carver Gardens to a ahnut $1. 40,229: lo he obtained '
secondary schnH. from other _rce'. Here I
As Sum Needed Elementary vhool between School JensenBiMch and (onwilidalion. of grades! seven "((1)) Approval ol qualified voters I Presented to Historical Society
could tie for district
at \Vnfeid School requested a
Parker Ftwnenlury School: probably through nine
in North" Stuart 1 in SIMM Junior High SchOll! building and hm levy' stalling _- "
For the Schools in 19hft>*7 and continuing -
Additional construction al Bix4..>- The Mirvty* uid thane tweommendMlioiH l. through l *ft9, A levy of "hetuven .
or Carver Gardens, Dun if folbwwl, world result ,
ii ,innnucil from fngf 1 1-A) Park 4 and 4.1 milk, dependingrm Historical
bar (!in effect, a new school). lobe I In the provisions of ode assessment trends, each year

inn talents There arc 4.:200M Sound, Stuart Junior High School qn.ile flcllitiefor the total pupil .I 'lor three years would produce the
"lldl Marlin County High School: (Palm membership projected in prudes necessary SI.MO,000) to implement Banner ofSarawak
City, Port Salerno Stuart Train one through twelve I i" MartinI the
Had: the growth: forecast at that I in Warficld schools. 'o;inly in l8-(>9. I.I' h((4)) A County program Board of PuhlicInstruction

'imc natcriali/td.! Martin_ I County Major _alterations, at BookerSEYMOUR'S Dungan stressed .that these re muv propose a twenty-
--- -- ComntcndulMm "nriniiaum"and
were I
'a %'t' rlrr 'I'MI,1' : I tour Special Tax School District
"odequalc" rather than ideal I II No I Bond issue of up lo 10 per By BUNNY AHBOII''
The also recommends I
survey "M flu I'" -"rrt"' "n""*'"'""
INNW that the following Kites !he I assessed valuation, if such an Is.sun The long arm of coincidence
chased hy the school hoard .. not unaided by The
Jllir-I' ue he "M.IVIU ny u inn mHs : entirely
total of $70(100( )(}
( without specific approval of Stuart; News. has enabled Marlin
The 11 ante of Good Food Mixed Drinks I A fifteen-acre school site, for the the State Bound of *"..iCltion( Tv,. County Historical Society: to become
elementary prohuhly i n
cent of the 1963 non-exempt a
North Stuart. the of a
u ...ev,/duat&n in Maity ....UM.< possessor
SEA; FOOD A SPECIALTY A five-acre addition to the Dun- i is tllfi92.V)4: the outstanding unique exhibit the pctsonil tlag s
bar site. I of 'the lust White- Rajah| ol Sarawak -
of the old School Di'
principal -
Fifteen for the ,
acres possible
Iricl No 1 Bond Issue is. $11.MX):
J PIFO: ORnmn'RS.TlIROV MC.IITS i future elementary 'school in 'south thus, an issue of up to $i II I,. Against the peasant hickground
2 MOCKS NORITI JENSEN: BEACH CAUSI1VAYM: Martin County I 6MI.004 could he proposed It i is I of "Inlet Tides"," Port Small Mrs.

...it... v> rnt M'atia v, r, fifteen acres as a site for a possible quite obvious that anv part or all Francis P. Tompkms. lormerlv
future elementary school in (the funds needed could: he secured! the (Countess Inchcanc and a
the Tropical I Farms' daughter ot Sir Charles Vyner
through successful Special Tax
(How is Martin ( lIa\'oinl.; to School District No I bond isau. I Brooke:: the' third and list, t rajah,

finance the recommended. projects If for example, the hoard decided presented the red, yellow and black
? to flOunce most of the needs by broad pennant! with the superimposed
Below i IK word for word the gold crown, to Steve Schmidt, :
'District i No I bonds. a $2.IIKJ.fOO( ) )
NTAT1oy various ways the Mate thinks Martin director of Martin ( Dunk muscums
issue could he served by an I&S
,,, County could' come up with last Saturday ,
T'pTN'LAN'Ram N.rr OPe d levy of about I 1.3 nulls based on
Is ( ? the necessary $2821411 in the a current yield. Smaller iwies With her husband, a retired U. :
Wr Dini''.nor ern"' asnia oa net five yean twelve-
aM would require a proportionally S Army colonel, and their
tine I ((1)I) By 1967-68 it in .estimated t
dally rn.darM d smaller I&S levy. year-old' IOn, CTwrlcs. Mrs romp 1r. .
.wM P that Martin .
would he cli
yAe P.M. County "'It i is apparent that the needs kins has been a guest u 'Inlet
plN Ilh" ISIt1'ITIOai jihle for a new laic of Slate Board outlined in this report can he Tides" for the past five seasons,
CIf Education Bonds in fi-I
the amount nanced if the school officials In fact so well do the Tompkins "
of approximately 5450(1(1()(} ), Dchtservice '
i' .
cili1enor Martin County wishto i like Martin County that t they
on this new issued would do to," Dungan said I have (purchased waterfront !properly t "
reduce the net gain to about 5400); The hoard and audience listened in North River Shores. and i 1-,'.
non), Therefore, $1
approximately I.-
attentively to Dr. Dungan The : intend to build a home there next "
765,229:! would he ,
required board said it would study the report winter Their summer home is at {z, :.
other .
sources in detail hut gave no indi Northficld, Vt/ : ,..
((2)) Additional district millape 1
cation it would (or could) follow the :
for building' and hue reserve will The connecting link between I
I the recommendations of the new .;
I Kcnlikcky-si/cd former kingdom
not he available i until l 1966-67.
'However, it might be possible to survey It is worth noting that it in northwest Borneo and Martin .'
-- followed the 1960 survey almostto County is Clarence Carpenter of
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the letter Kobe Sound who toured in the Ori- WHITE RUUI'S FLAG Mrs. Francis P. Tompkin, daughter of the last white rajah of Sarawak pre

ent in 1961, primarily to establish cents to Steve Schmidt, left, director of Martin County museums, her lute father personal flag. Interested .
MORE ABOUTIPriceless ( if there was any connection between ( spectators, left to right, are Col. Tompkm, U.S. Army retired, th Tompkins' !son l Charles, and
the Bascnu) dog ol Africa Clarence Carpenter of Hohe Sound, whose two Visits to the Orient, reported in The Stuart News. led
.. rr Asset and certain species found in the to Mrs Tompkm's contacting him. as a result of which Martin County, Historical Society became recipient '
Far East. He found definite !proofof
of the pennant ___
this and in the course of his nn
Y Of Sea Island tour, liked so well whit he saw ---- -
\, 2Si"3ifc particularly in Sarawak that he !MORE ABOUT:
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back 1962
went again in
i Audubon RefugeContinued Carpenter brought/ hack with City Is Suing FRANCES lANGFCPD'SLuncheon )

him a number of articles for Mar.
( from Page I-A) tin County museums, and a storyon -
his trips, published in The Local HospitalTo
i S Jeeps and beach on the IGGER
r wagons Stuart News, was read by Mrs
oceanfront, she uid Aid of the Tompkins, who contacted hi m [ OOfR
Junior Conservation! : Club will besought here. The gift of the flag was the End Noise "". RESTAURANT
in making rustic paths. Permission ,
NOW OPEN in being 'sought to deputize outcome (Continued from Page 1-A)
a member of the Jupiter Island I Sarawak was governed by the I Specials $1.50
DOROTHY VERNON RESTAURANT Police as a deputy \\ildlifc I Brooke family from 1841 when sane! to adjacent property owners,,
Sultan of Brunei made Sir I
the Ilhe residents of the community"The
Officer to patrol area, she I or
James Brooke rajah as a return Monday thru Friday 12 'til 2 p.m.
NEXT DOOR TO SOUTHERNAIRE MOITrL U. S. NO. 1 FORT V1TRCE said for Sir J uiics' having subdued a city stated that this provision i
An inspiring talk on the seawas \
NOW OPEN civil war between the Malays and is applicable to improve- :
given by Roger Conklin, public Dyuks, la""Itj'the country from Ttients-imd,bulldhijs-baUt m residential : D1VNFRS 7 Days a Wwk- 5 TO 10 P.M/
relation director of the Seaquuritim '
Soda Fountain Lunch Counter at Miami, who said that- the depredations of pirates, Brooke districts business dl"lrict..j
Dining Room mankind is looking more and more w a a subsequently! knighted by and commercial districts
Queen Victoria of England i n For Reservation Phone 287-4040
tho ordinance to such I II
6i30: A.M. TO 11:00 MVl EVERY DAY to the sea for its food, water and pertaining
1848, and in 1X64 his -
raj was recognized
r mineral needs He showed a color ) nuisances is in force and effect. I
Britain He
by governed
picture on ocean research The city also pointed out that
-- : his ruj) until his death in IX6K. Where
The Stars Meet
the ordinance was in force and *
and I
succeeded his ,
was by nephew I
ctfcct at the time the hospital was
..'Sir Charles, who ruled for 'fifty erected and Its equipment installed
Charming -Superb Location. years I
But it was the son of the second The city also pointed out, through !
Its attorney, T. T. Oughtcrson.'
rajah Sir Charles Vyner Brooke that the hospital constructed mechanical I
Mrs father, who became .
rooms in such a manner
a legend In his own time as. to produce vibrations, noise, POOR BOB'SThe
Bahama Terrace He not only flew his own flag smoke* and fumes and' "greatly
and issued! his own postage stamps, disturb" the residents' fIl Hildahrad
hut also had his own army of Park and thus constitute a nui-
Dyaks and Sikhs, which he later I sance. Only Bar in Florida With Imported

converted into a police force. i Some of the alleged objections
Sir Charles Vyner Brooke! tray enumerated in the complaint; are Beers On Tap!
eled to every corner of his country three large fans .
noisy open
I : VISIT THESE HOMES TODAY! persuading' tribal chiefs to give solar screen missing vibra
up their wars and their favorite : tion isolator! and an exhaust FORTMUNDER HEINEKENS
pastime, head.hunting. When the I fan from the operating room"
chiefs retorted that the heads of The city conceded in the complaint LOWENBRAU
. --
their enemies were necessary propitiate the gods, Sir Charles made by the hospital "to comply
. had mummified left-over heads with requests made by the city, CLOSED MONDAY *
Stockpiled and loaned to the chiefs I but for all practical purposes the
on an "as needed" basis defendant has failed and refusedto

11s ti On the 100th()() anniversary of the comply with provisions of Ordinance .
y Brooke raj, in Wl Sir Charles 140 pertaining to amoke, POOR BOB'SCocktail
gave his people a constitution and ] noise and vibrations,"
1.5 let them on the way to self.government
a move which was event.
> 7r ually to stand them in good stead his former palace, the A Cana. Lounge & Delicatessen

a a+ After World War II, in 1946 i But since Sir Charles VynerBrooke's AlA AND JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY
Sir Charles ceded Sarawak to I personal flag went wherever -

.. Britain as a Crown\; Colony and he went in life there' justa JENSEN BEACH FLA. AT 79810Qn'
In August I, 1961. u became part I chance that his spirit! may follow
of the Milaysian Federation Sir i the flag and occasionally wanderto
Charles did not live to see the lat- Hutchinson Island,
ter happen, dying the previous So if you happen to see a regal.'
May at the age of eighty-eight looking ghost clad in immaculate
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spirit their beloved rajah Museum, don't be scared particularly
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Will CampaignOn Grand OpeningOf OBITUARIES date the past ",ce r, and! a Polls-Bond Thursday April i, 1964 J-A..
former resident ot Jensen Beach

New HomesAtPortStLucie I ......-.<01.". s..sarass.a ,," I Ii for l over twenty sear. I
Public InvitedTo
'Agricultural Plank'W DtMFL PILL HVRt lIe survived M hi" wife. trace WeddingIn
i Fhrhart of Golden ("itt. his f.uh. .
F I I 1he fantastic growth of major I Daniel Paul I Hart twenty"ux. a I II er. Jess L. Ehrhart ol Jensen Beach: I Fall .Jf Dog ShowA
resident of f Ihrts ninth Sired( I IOlll.lanJ two daughters' Mrs Dariell Stevens
t> I i 11 r u I : I. :
importance in c Park Fort Laud,rd"ll'. i
Lucre of Garden l ilMch I toilAirs. I
the Port St. is holding a grand
I '. dairy operations. cattle and I the result of luteh Mr J. Potts. M. ot Stu
for home died as an auto acm- Bobby J ol Fort l Mr and Stanley Rilty president
its newest r>resentations I
the opening
'oCat.aid nuke encouragement of : on Saturday and Sunday : I, dent on MurphRoad, Pall i I'it\. I Pierce: five sisters. Mrs Frank Orlando, announce the engage .Irl.f'ort Pierce kennel ( tub hal
a vitally important is- Friday March 27 He was .1 i mane Mrs. liner: ', Mrs. men ot (heir daughter JoAnn
on "the said Underhill. April 4 and 5. from 9 am. ,IIIIIIHlI1eeJ that the public u iru
i I of Ehzubel h 1011.. Tenn.. .ti id hud Donald Wilson Mrs John ('reagtr I Dolores, .to J Protect Delbert I Bond
all of M who qualified I t" to 9 p m been a resident of Fort I auder and Mrs. Josephndrews, all on of Mrs Mjrgnret A (Bond \ii'd i I 1 to (he dog show to he held
growth of I on the last t day for filing, laid II The presentation will introduce : dale for the past two yours. He I of Ohio: and three grandchildren Palm City Kottd ,it Port St. Lucie Country C tub on
and farming Port St. Lucie's new Ports of tho
Martin will wage an intensive can lull was a member of the hrecwillBaptist Funeral services were held in Miss \Polls i 1M a graduate ot \\il' "S"n".I 1 iv. April 5.
Sun Homes according to a
for the "position announcement I in JdY'S Stu. Church of LIuaMhiownHe Johns Funeral Home Chapel at hum R. Boonc High/ Svhool: Or MR show will begin at noon.)
near Okcechohce he i is art page News. : Is survived by his mother I 2 p.m TiicsUuv M.trch1.\. with Undo and is employed us a ,mil 1 anu>ne wishing to enter may
)-eIght. ha spent much of Mrs. Charlie Hut of Hizahethto the Rev. Newton M Tweedy pastor stewards w Hh u I IXIII Airlines :: register before Ham. that days
lite an Mart County. and There will be free orchids to thofirst sister Mist ', based! Miami.
nne; Josephine of Jensen Reach t ommunitv in I ist year the show was held ut
I.000 ladies both
lives at V0< Second Street i In will be on. days. Hart of Washington! D. C., one Church officiating Iturial was mAll Her I lianee is a graduate of 1 uhr 1 same location und had an en'
with his wife, the i home Starred types designed forty nine hv exciting award- ton, Daniel\ P. Hart Jr. Saints' Cemetery) in Jensen Mart Counts High/ School: and, !MIVS JON DtlOKtS I'UII'I irol' more thin 300 dogs This
I i' ,! winning architects and decorated Funeral services and burial will UeachHIORIIMIION. attended the llnaverilY of Ken I ta.11 i s entry is expected to be 84r
( 1 ) by George Hirwal. famous Miami he in Tennessee Johns Funeral --- --- luck\. I\lI1l1t"n, and MereerUniversity ) RtSIDIMSVISII : i.11 :c \ larger, and to date enrant .
interior Home was in charge of local ur lOST !Macon. Ga Me i. a have been received from atI
a.. i'r. designer rangements. IN \usr: PVIM: 1OIE: number of Alpha lau Omega M>- PVRLNIS INK: '' I 1.11' north ai Jacksonville' from

expects to 1 1as WCIU MFMING Fluoridation of West Palm I cml\ fnilernit\ Bund is presentlyM.rvmg Mr and Mr. R. (lurk ..1.lIIgla I ( Sir.i'ota und St. Petershurg oil
Miami next PLANNED SUNDAY ll\ROll \RLISHIRIIVRT: Beach water supple sun eleleated \ with the U. S. Army and ter and friend I. of BufluU. Y I' the west cout. and from Miami
surgery. A Harold Charles Lhrhirt. lilt\ Tuesday by a *:74h t 11 4,816 vole IS Mulioned ill Fort Jackson S. CA have been visiting with Mr ( I I.uk to the south.There .
Stuart Iota Sigma chapter "f the
Rio of the eit\'s r."dcllh September wedding is plan parents. Mr oInd11' Herold I I will he (three ring for the
.. \\onien Christian TemperanceUnion three a resident ol' Indian
pints of + -- -- ned at St Junes Church, Orlando. Clark of H"lad,1P.'k,! 1)IIIII1g treed classes and three rings fof
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Tuesday The U. S buys ---- -- their Florida sin) then spent ,i I,'uduyt the obedience classes Six weltkn
First Methodist Church on In- urday. March 28 at the result alan gowinncnt
ner with all > More than taint in Muinii I hey will reliini \vn judges! will, be in attend
diantown Road on Sunday April3at2p.m accidental gunhotOUI1J He abexit 10000000) \ t tan e'I coal ayou. men t women !!
raised! more I Tom tear north thus week ,111"'.
nursing _was_a.native_ __ of _Toppcnibcc_ n Much --
Stuart News

to but you All who mention big do we helped Rio \ APRIL SHOWER .:

all you '"ftJ
who helped '

Tuesday work giving: the the a Jy1v OF VALUES i

RIP Tint Miss Lois Lctson They) ii

In listing a six-)car-old son Wayne.

tide tress! Players of i e : in Polk got County most of his school- I LNO MONEY DOWNJUST SAY "CHARGE IT" I

News' we I don t question the need for
Mrs. Ann ly of the County Commis.-

ing the to represent the population ...-
the of the eastern part of Mar. --
apologies ( County," Underhill said

April 8. 9, < as it should be But .-.'-,.. ..
place is the the amazing growth of plant. ijgJElECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRICTELEVISION
Church at grovel inds. the huge increase
nuc ar a continued 12 Cu Ft. Combination
: rtnthn '
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local will expand many many finish tube masks
tr and lead all other categories Built.In tclcM oping (II.pule milinim
1OU1II ( : county
TWO \ : : economic importance of 'k FreeRollCartSiniirlly
Two to our county cannot
\ ," he stated, dc 239
Stuart Youth I that he will campaign "on styled In briiMi and mounted 1111J.llIl'h
Records will .
the I importance of agricultural rep canter for smooth movnunl Ihroiinh.out
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EASTER of Stuart vs Martin Me
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Lots and injunction, Oughtcrson Scott
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.A nm SroART ((11ad'1T4'S) 1lmnsday. April 2, 1964 I

I Parson Retains Men's Golf !itleJ iw

Rev Walter D. Jcssup. aolt'
"I l I- I .t 1 1
ing -southpaw pastor
Only One Hit
Methodist Church of Stinri I' II ;. Tigers ;
a new day on the calendar!
week, winning his second .:on\ec" I As Vero Beach Romps 7-3
live men' championship| H Afar ,
tin County Golf and ( wnrr+ < lurover $1 "
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eighteen-time i winner OiVallcr s Martin Count parlayed an infield while fanning six. before being I : sv
\ F, Dave>. on good fhur' single hv Hilly Mothers. four relieved bv Jim Warren In I the
day, 4 and Z. over thirty 'iv hole talk and an infield out into three I sixth I r\
witho I rum in the ,sixth hut still fell short The Indians scored one in the
winds prevented
Gusty t
layer from producing! hi' t best I of catching visiting Vero Bench third four in the fifth and two ,, r > I f L t
did >ird. on 1 hUfduloin; 7.1. in the seventh off Skip Mall 1 and ,I
but Kev Jessim manage I
les on the eighth and ruirieinth, The lost was the Tigers second Bilk i Bowman, who rclevcd Hall 7, &vi
during the morning round I in conference play. against two In the fifth -
darkncswnforccd tiC. Vero Bench 001 040 27 9 r : S v
Or. Davey took an curl 'lead wins and a 9 f. -
00 No. I I. increased! il al "N but lost the fifth and eighth 10 safety, but Vero Blaring hurler Ihmilton. Warren ((6)) and! Fine;
finish all square at the turn Paul. Hamilton, passed eight._ !IIill! Bowman ((5)) and. Footc ;
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Coming in. the doctor twice I .
built two.halt leads. and I in.
iVIed the morning I up. Tragedy of Errors Leads r .t
Rev Jcssup started: to hit hit : II *
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stride after lunch. Bogeying every : : ;': ; t ,. t:, f> 10-2 Defeatthree
bole except the ninth on the way .. To Tigers'
out, he evened the score on the : I I
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first went ahead on the third 4'd' An inside.the.park home run in the sixth and two in the ,
and fifth, but dropped buck to I \ > : seventh,
lead-off butler Tom
when he took a five on the by Trojan and walked ,
up 1 amh I struck out ten
ninth to Davey four. Never headed B\ ttt: ''; Lovell off the second pitch: ,of the only three. Little fanned four : h.f

after lunch, Jessup took the ..;'n1tR.V. \, ..... hall game put Martin County behind and walked 'seven yielding nine + .
tenth\, thirteenth and sixteenth togo to May at Sailfish Park Tues,, hits
4*up, and retain his title 42. : n: sup SINKS USE day. Luke Worth going on to win. J lake Worth 302 001){ 2-10 9 1 i4i
THa CARDacur. IN 10.2. assisted by seven Tiller er Stuart fXX 002 02 0 11 Lj
J... M.u.l sound D.vry 5414555 ron,, Lamb and Wise; I title and!

.I.h. s1a1es41m"wr..54414414f 41Jfuua .I..up J.ua 411u54, at,.. 4 and 2 walked Ken Fople in the a sixth\.d Gary and Little Billy I I foote, M.iuM ((7)). I II

11111 II5 41 Mathers lolid single to left his
.4 All NUW Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs second, scored both for the home I SF. JOSEPH CHURCH ,,-.0;_ ._ -... -- -'" ._--"
,r.4r. 45111 I 4 I 4-S --70 John Arnoid Palm Lake Park, team'> lone threat. The only other 'I Schedule of week-day Masses: IN 80 DAYS Aouda Claire Dumich) seems quite happy about 3 and 4, at 8 p.m. Aouda companions here are left to right:
:,M .. ., 1 1/ l l/ 1 1. M1X.: : r.JM.a were Mr. and Mrs George( Patterson hits yielded by winning pitcher I Monday through Thursday! 830a : () her method of transportation in the jungle scene of "Around tho Ken Moore (Mr Fogg). Raymond Rice Mr. Bose and Mr. Ralph).
I III 441 -It-MO nmb were singles to Foote 7 Bertha Brown). Margie
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Frank am Smiley
m Saturday : transit Scott Feaster (Mr. Fix), Joyce
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MrM upon Grand Mich., and faster means
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In the third and Gary Friday of this week will be the and Susan Coulter (Mrs Murchison). Tickets are
AtMMw ...... Mr and Mrs. William Cook, Ed. the seventh First Friday of the month. Masses too, in the fast-moving three.act comedy to be presented at Martin Ashley (Jenny))
)I..* -,,....I4$544444-.9S more, Mich. This was the Cooki, The Trojans added two more on Friday will be at 8:30: a,m. County High School auditorium on Friday and Saturday, April I still available at the school

J JMMp 44III444I l..cl., I up 16 first trip to Florid). runs in the first t; two In the third;.1 and ut 6 p.m. The 8:30: Mast will :

he Most followed Blessed by Sacrament Benediction and of the the Production Around the World in 80 Days'Together

INC. f.itany-<,f the Sacred Heart. Confessions ,
CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES will be heard on Thursday

,from 4:30( to 5:30 and 7:30to During this final week of rehearsals their arrows are "killing off" all\ with Ken and W. L,
this Wild includes Jill Britton as PRESS AND RiDIO
8i10 for "Around the Worldin the wrong people in the cast :
Saturday of this week will be West scene Even nimble Passe Britton Nora Susan GOLF TOURNEY
Ann Pat as ;
the First Saturday of the month 80 Days" to be staged at Mar partout (played by W, Beach) ; annual Florida Press
Car The fourth
ob Murchison
IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I Coulter as Mrs ;
I[ It is dedicated to the Immaculate tin County High School auditorium has to step lively to an untimely roll Vaughan as both Stuart and Radio and TV Golf Tournamentwill
"Heart of Mary We remind you to on Friday and Saturday. April demise Obediah! Buck Mauldin as
offer Holy l Communion in reparation The hopes too, that the Judge ; be held at Port St Lucie
3 and 4 Philcas (played by cast Blackstone
Fogg and ;
AuthorliedCHRISCRAFT. ., "j", 1' ; aS : for sin i to the Sacred Heart; I Indian elephant can resist' roller both Flanagan and Hotel and Country Club the weekend .
t ken Moore) maintains his calculated Raymond Rice as both Ralph
t of Jesus tho' Immaculate the with his
through tage .
skating across of 23
.iftflPl Heart of I calm and systematic confidence fr wvJi.1.were.back. Bose' : Margie Ashley as Jenny; May ,
!( gist Mary "Iti -uprer.Jj Johnson as Gertie;; Celia An exciting program is m store
.: 'SEA SKIFF't'tii.ii,4,0, ; ,i J 1 The children of St Joseph Par. even during the last minute, at-the.funeral.pyre" passenger I Cavort Sherrie as Emily; Scott Feaster at for those attending and 'the 18
tsh will receive their first Holy I frantic co-ordination of sound A moving, exciting show: Nourse as Myra; hole tournament will f I I be Sunday .
JOHNSON MOTORS DEALER THUNDERBIRD GOATS Communion on Sunday April 5. I and dramatic flourishes "A ouaJt;the Work"! m 81) Days I Mr Claire Fix Dumich: Betsy as Aouda: Eddie May 3. The Saints and Sinners .
at 9 a.m. Mass All- parents are I will be performed by a large cast Hall u'' courses will be available for
.. '
thecat Lowe
-. It it j devoutly hoped by as Franji;
invited to receive Holy Communion of speech students who have rehearsed rounds Saturday, May 2.
1/3JIOAT W1t1A1T'1. I however that the aim of the weeks Sally Norris; Joyce Smiley as Bertha practice
ACCESSORIES with their children at that for several They business will
TRAUIS A general meeting
American Indians will improve by I Brown; Ruth Ann as
Mass. bring to their performances buffet dinner and trophy .
and David Chambers follow the
SERVICE Miraculous Medal Perpetual Novena II Friday night During rehearsals ingenuity and! enthusiasm of real Angelica Colonel Brown Stamp Proctor presentation that evening,
All will he. held l
Tuesday eve. -- -- -- -- troupers..
.. ring at 7::10. _
: Phipps
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440 ,ROUTE 707, RIO-JENSFN BEACH The regular monthly Meeting Get Boat RampMartin Fourteen caewere disposed

... of the St. Joseph Guild will he heldMonday 'of by JudgeHafry 'F-D>, ( 1tt4| I 1964 Comet in S'tuart$1,9B2
t evening April 6, at the County tong({ awaited Municipal (ottrt Tuesday withoutthe

.. school__meeting .room:___ boat bunching ramp in PhIP'' ) imposition of a jail sentence
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The Florida Board of Conserve! fie cases' ; not guilty verdicts were
tion has notified Martin County given in one traffic case' and one
New All-New All-Weather..Now with. Engineer Fred Bell the money for I case of assault and battery. single
tho ramp will be available shortly cases of assault and battery pub..
and has asked Bell to submit lie intoxication and open profanity
plans for the ramp to the board were continued; sentence was ,
Bell reported Martin County deferred in one pi blic intoxication
and the board will construct the case, and bonds were entreated in
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12 I 6,7u51s $13.70 Prl..' GOLFNew Model 202 2-door sedan

: o 7.lh15 16,25T.I.M.
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7.60115 17.70 ,
Martin County Golf & Country ClubST. We Repeat:
BI..w.11 ...... J LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right Jiwt before crowing
I''". Pda' III.. :da New Bridle to Beach
6.00dJ SU.5 6.701115 $15.80 s6SOal3
IJ.JO 7.IOd5 17.95 s COMPLETE Greens Fee

7.50111" 15.80 7.601115 19.70IOOd4 E 18.HOLE COURSE $3.50 $1,985
: 17.95 8.00\15 %%.35 .
.50114 19.70 8.201115 22,35 ELECTRIC CARTS $6.06 for 18 Holm-$4.00 for 9 Holes PRICE

Whitehall only $3 more All prkts pluH tax and lire off your car f MEMBERSHIP: ,-" From Joan & Ralph Bates


DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP .... .. .. ... 10000 .
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20 PLAY BOOKS ,- sue .' Merkle Motors Inc.Your
Will! TRADEs 30 PLAY BOOKS 75.00. .

s MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS Lincoln-iMercury-Comet Dealer

1 NATION-WIDE' : "NO.. LIMIT" CUARANTC. N... Hull .. ...,.... N... limit n nillfo .... N. limit u to n.4*. N. fen .. .. .M>4. tU ,... .... PHONE
CQO Ik. > sit a All .. CoodxMT Aul TtrM ivirutoW l..' 4-tot* In ..rfc .n..' ,i *.H.l, tmt uriMl r .4 ". -. mcnln ne.M.ll.r BEN HARTIG YL
M : := ..= ;:. : .. 315 W. COLORADO A STUART FLA..c. .
= a It a C***> Tit UiU .., |KI> I > 4sM W.OOO G* 4r w d..h hi UnltW SUM. tmt C ** will mmk .Il.r. asFN 287.2274
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'r'I M \RTN MTMORIllHOSPirvl M!.ir,h ": -\1111,1' t! I r : I r. '": pd", I nor sn \nr <(n/ rich) >\vnv
firm. Archie .K:1.1.1. .nutl! l'\ M.ii.t.I 'ii VlmttH. I O \\I l r Roy Crane Sells Thursday. April 2, 1964 S-t

Birth !Mr .,aid MrsV' ,,111.u I I :Jrdtte itis.hutii.il (. ,'nl ha i t "',,,,,,, I Ilia i \llii. lurks II \ I----- ---
Sullivan Ii 'n.I.mh 24; M" 'nne McBridiIKrl ( open Sr.. Sandra litxlilord Helen Orange HoldingsAt II Crane n u nationullv syndicated
I Mr. Richard tHC'tII'fltInd I
and Mrs. Paul Brvant, a son I I Anna Louise Muldrow cartoonist whine Bu/ Sawyer
'March M: Mr. and "Mn I.hi d hv boy. "
\h'Iewr a ion. March W; Mr. and' I March 27-AdmilteJ. C I a ),,><<>tf1 Smith, Jean Rw.e. N'tola 'Indiantown strip ha tailored Swccneand
s r Mrs Joe Anderson a taMhiT. I ("ooncr. Roscoe Wagner. r, Shirley TS>n ..., Charbdh I 'iHtfe SiMtf"! in the Indiantown
March 30: Mr. and Mn. CtWm"1Bca'm' I ee Mack and Johnooil: Mrs. \LJuyd Uicr and with area on iHtnMroui' occasions
Forty acres a citrus
: :
.. I charyMd: Catherine Smith F crop'
a daughter March W: nd
\ > boy, Mrs Joe Anderson and
y in'e'I..rn Martin
fitirmann. Max Haber, \
Mr and Mrs James HinJuon" a bats .
I Mn Columbus Beaver sold "for about" flOOtmo, according PAN-.tIERICAN: II\S
daughter March V). ..n, Bessie Nelson. Fdna '(',1I"r. prk '
VbrLT4r I..i. and Mn James Hud-! I to iltttl tiled :M-W BUNDING
March **- Admitted Mrs \S'il. Mrs, Paul Bryant and baby girl a warrants on
liam Sullivan and NIl bo\. nod bow. >n and hubs' firl! I Tuesdny. George I! Tinker manager "I i

Mn Paul truant and "bibs "ho\; March 2R--A.hnnted. Evelyn Hatcher: Crane and Roy : Pun fican Tire (ompunv. H4
discharged Frank W. Saurhlen: Spencer Clarence Thompson' WORKSHOP SKSSIONB stow (RO1)) Crane sold the land South Fourth! Street. Fort I Pierce
I "" un' hIONDU'Consideration : lo Alfred O Atkinson and """ '
March Adnwned; : PeterHarrop i Paul Barnhart; discharged. 1 hot announced that the) will move
Alma AivkT onnhur \\otxl John Dickinson and I of the |>r>(X>.sed coca S. Atkinson n f < hard stems I
0I Lavoie and Constance Hilemnn,! sic lJingsti i'" ordinance and huh for street c into a new building in the near
discharged, \ioletie I Nelson, Ina ,I March: 19-Admitlid. IC I.. well highlight the The lund is the sotilhuest quarter I future. The location is oppositeI
I i I.op in. Norman Hmhiul. .lohn' Hnxlifick. t'hi stir ,' re'wn "I I SI urt's ( lit,. ol' I the northwest ciii"mist ol ;' I mdsey I lllmher Company on L
.urry and Mrs, \\ilttnm Suit. I Mamie BMl( n>. limes \\OCH! 1.I ommissum at ( nv Mill on Mon- section 4. township. 4(1( south' Tinge S I Trout 1 will hive expanded faulmes .
rftl'and baby :bo\ I I II, Nnkle. Rail'| lerrui md H ., \ Apul, 1 fi. 'n M pin 111 east .
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A CIIFCK for $1'3.94 was presented to Attorney Mallory Johnson, president of the Martin County SHOPPING SHOPPING :.

Chapter ol the American Cancer Society. right by Stuart Mayor Ray Cooke 8a contribution from
the United! Commercial Travelers. Immcdiitcly behind Cooke and Johnson; arc J. D dray lift and CENTER CENTER
A I L Allison senior counselor In the back row left to right: are Fred Brownlee lames W. Wheal DISCOLINT STORES
ton, Tom Curtis and George A. Cole. The money for the contribution was made at the UCT annual t"Mltt 1'.hIt' R.-/s.l :
fish fry

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lltRt; 'SOW! ; D.\," Reports Arrests '

Willard H Porter III editor and For NarcoticsThe IsAnnounced WORK PANTS
publisher of "Hoofs and Horns Wedding :;:: : Big, big savings on these three fine brandsof .
Tucson Aiiz" plans living in this State Bourd of Health reported II!!
area alain some day he wrote The that 393 persons were arrested oil Don't take chances Protect Mi
Stuart News In fact, he is buying I in Honda in 1963( for ii.l AND SHIRTS i 1'
property through an advertisement l gal drug activities Narcotics was your engine Stock up now and save!
In The News. He lived in the Port involved in 242 cases Arrests in Mr and Mrs James L Tucker.
Sewall section when he was a boy 1962( totalled 332 Rio announce the marriage ol i
served near here in the Coast Guardin The board is charged with enforcing their daughter, Patricia (mil 10
World War II and revisited Male law regarding regu I Lawrence Allen Price, Jan '0 at
Jensen Beach last spring Recallingthe lation of drugs, cosmetics and the Lake Worth Chapel of the I i
early days, he wrote:"My father medical devices. I Nazarene, The Rev C R Moore

Willard H Porter Jr. bought Frank Castor. director of the '....... "-'I""""' I Scaled Perfectly tailored from the sturdiest
a boat called the 1.o1I'pop'> from boards Bureau of Narcotics, said
Quart twill\ f fain-It. Guaranteed to outwear,
Bob Fulford Bob captained it fora that of the 393 arrests, 108 involved ,
year or so and then it was cap sale or possession' of barbiturates Cans outwork all olh..". Backed by RUn I I Iof
tamed by his stepson! Francis and amphetamines >
Morgan We caught fortyeightsails the IOOM ninny beck: Rtiurun-
thirty-three more than in 1962.
one winter out of St tacie He !said violators of this type us. tee Khaki pry and irtrn' 'Short or y
Inlet had one mounted, one smoked ually are found at truck Mops!,
; and released all the rest" He night clubs and some drug stores long sites shirts.Men's.
sent along two clippings from He said trucking companies have
; 1930 copies of The Stuart News been very co-operative in aiding HONEYCOMB PLASTIC CORE
lone telling of a "MoteMole"sx enforcement of the law among!! *
ocean sunfish brought in on the drivers 'Ir
I Porter. boat, and another of a forIty Castor said the bureau made AUTO SEAT CUSHION
six-pound, eight-ounce i
2029 inspections of drug stores
[mackerel caught by his .father. hospital, clinics drug manufacturers Honeycomb type plastic inner support 1

( I,,\DYGOLtFRSttll I, HOLD year and wholesalers during the provides a new concept in cat cushions
Cool comfort without metal
Martin County Lady Golfers contour
(Association will hold its annual" MEALS fMIRT\l\FIJ: : springs to rust or break loose.
awards luncheon on Friday, April I Mr and Mrs Sanford Neal entertalncd -
10 at I II I a.m. at Seminole Shores friends at a "housewarming -
Winners in Tuesday even hole party at their home on Krucgir ij '.
play over eighteen holts were: Ar. Parkway Tuesday afternoon to BAN LON
alta Johns I: Jane O'Kelly 2I -- -
Over nine holes, most pars and Almost a third of ipan'i imports -
I bogeys, Rea Todt was the win. from the United States are color
'tier, with Ida Allen, second, agricultural MRS LAWRENCE A. PRICE er. S-T-R-E-T-C-H

officiated Mother of the bridegroom '" :
is Mrs Kathcrim Price, SOCKS

i Bmgot.!: Me "
The bride is a graduate of Mir.
ai tin County High/ ) School and Belle SUPER CONCENTRATED I'RI-STONI SILICONE saylrf. .. tner0alwi, of $I.Of Mara
t I Tics Business Collige West Palm :I jJ
Beach, where she i is employed by
l City Attorney Frederick E Hoilingsuortn I CAR POLISH

( Her husband. i it if i graduate of STP ... I, .

I Bangor Me, High School and is
H:4d employed by Kwik Chek West Miracle Silicon formula.
Palm Beach

: I 4. .... Scknllfieally developed, w Ipramwilwe ,,ff-e(-
pure pttrnkunl prsutmtprovider
hrllvr,. ring oral, Itrlkedy tllekes' car louk / e i l i C o A e

s' frees hydraulic vulvM, aad lww""'" mw' and |( POLISH') .
liftin. MkiiliwIM: smoke
wfdw e0" e'1ie .
keep it that *ayl I lading
,., r4l .from txceiftlvc. oil larnhlg' Our Rome popular value Inmenu :
aid quiets hol'y motitn. protection feKulnM rabi and smite i hcitaaM +

Y '"... nothing compares milk( the :
fciiurr, appearance and a
wrur of BAM,.ON.

B' Nationally ...

Compare nd Itt Men's Women's, Children's :

r LSII Vertiscdfor Ili' '' cniss CROSS :
at $ ,

6.1.1! !98c 1:.r l' .\ SANDALSThon :

COUNTING HVL\ES. James C Anthony III left, and Dale
Hudson, right check the 775 Kennedy half dollars alloted to
First National Bank of Stuart and drstrtbuled on a 'one-to-a- 8-Foot BATTERY BOOSTER CABLE SET ] model of the :

person" basis i I popular Zori sandal for :

"'-;:'1IIrIIi "" Should you have dead battery new, scufMikc comfort. :

A n Invitationto ; Lucie MRS. Cresecent FRNESr: DAVIS wat recently, of St. problems, this handy jumper set Assorted colors. .:

(he elected president of the Smiti offers great pence of mind. Puts .

College Club of Palm Beach. an end to dangerous pushing nnd Z t .

Voters of Martin\ County & FloridaJoin LHeaL tilt MITIKr: :.KIT towing.

!IoO'l'I'JIJ OK alltNIFf: tip us'miw .
Ollfll'r .,ua'r ,rsnTlsr b .
(MSTI. HTtTP. .''. OK Kl. HIO* i
OM>!*(JI.V V ) .. I (KV; )7 ,
the thousands throughout the Sun. tlalntirfHAHotn 0 Compareat
... I
shine State who are contributing accord. MrfTBSf.rvfr Jit.nt / $1.49 LADIES' WEDGE IlEEk-.LEATHER, $
Br virtue of V.tlon .'rlt 0' Es.ru
ing to their ability to the Hayden Burns In my handa I..u.d nut ..f the
the a'Irru/titter t In .ull .
Its V. hi".'n aunlnat tlarnl .,... l le
fund. Send
for Governor campaign dol. .. .
a I bun Jr. d..l l)' att" < l >. M..rll

.11. ., 1504......the Judirtnclitn ai vt1Mb.aid ....... ".
lar or more if can to : .u tm4ult
you .<.rt1..rt In the ('", (burl I".n .
Book. I have l tented on nil rUhttltl ,
Mid lntr*>l of the >.ld llnrold BATTERY CHARGERS .
Ed Miller s-rthouf locum. J,. In and for Ih. followlt ,
r .MTlbpd prnprrty I tented<<1 In
TANSies :
Box 837, Stuart Boa 2166, JeINII *.* Mirth Cmintr, Florida to wit: S .. : 'r all 12-Volt Autos, trucks,

/In.. U.t ndlvllMl 7, W,K..k S oe.I IntorMt Hob H.lnhtuiTMdimr thorf./ ; rniesrs boats and planes Keeps rl "
to flat fll Kl )In lint
An contributor<< will be acknowledged h the April 30 IMU. 'Of Kouk I. Ilifr Tl. Martin r.u.. your battery charged for sure, 4to10 =
I/, Florida, Public rfcoril
the Stuart New. Help electHAYDEN VKIIC' ,la heresy If''lr.n that ..n quick starts. always!
Va j I'M i..lt:: boon nt \\ t4AM. i
BURNS and M. at II.M AMnn
the mid day at the cant dine
..f the Murtln rountr Care Unians Newly IlI'd! versfciM. of the :
I will' nil ill nrht rune an of ho aald Harold. M><.., ft pupulur and nolle
Governor of Florida (In site to th, above d.wrlbaep. ar.arty dttdcn- Cork wedge heel and ,
> Public Aurtlon I to tha
.*t kidder, l for cmh lo ailrfy ore< UMI glue leather In ole for all day
Political advertising paid for by the Martin County HaydN Burn tventlnn Two ands and all mr ..h'I' eel "tadroom ullpprr" comfort."r ,
for Governor Committee .... hit day nt Mtrrh,, uo. I
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Jfce Neptune-Price $17,500. 1 bedrooms 2 baths, screen porch The Seri Ml t-Price $17,900. J bedrooms, $23,700. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, carport central .
garage lovely wood paneling in the living room, ceramic: tile a spacious Living-Florida room extends "L" shaped home features sliding glass doors which
I "" wainscot in baths (the matter bathroom has a tiled shower ,stall- sliding glass doors that lead ofF to the optional.:6 room to an outdoor terrace. Breakfast room alto
are just a few of the extras you'II find in the Neptune. Kitchen,dining Matter, bedroom has an extra large, Itfhttd Terrazzo floors, tile roof built-in oven large
and living room have sloping ceilmgi radiant-heated private bath. (Screen porch ) bathrooms (Screen porch optional.)

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The Gulfstream Price $29,800. 4 bedrooms,.Hi baths,family room, The fldet-Price $12,600. bedrooms 1 bath. .everything about The Sea breeze- Price $14,500 2 bedrooms, 1 bath this homeis
double carport, central eating living and dining spaces are this lovely home contributes to the comfort of your family Living designed for indoor outdoor Honda living, Entrance it through
I generously sized, and there, a unique family room adjacent to the room and foyer are wood paneled.Terrazzo floors throughout Kitchen a magnificent foyer; the large living room offers a breathtakingview
large kitchen. Master bedroom hat clothing and linen closets, plus' its has built-in range and oven. Extra Urge storage room (Carport of the garden through sliding glass doors. (Second bath screen
own private bath. screen porch optional) porch, carport optional I
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distinctive home has an extra large dining.living area; wood paneling water fits perfectly into Hondas tropical setting All room are
on one wall of the dining area. Handy kitchen door opens to the work-savers (give you more time outdoors). Kitchen is cheery and
carport and storage area. Orer-cize walk.in closet in master bedroom. bright and feature Formica cabinets, counter top and splash.
Both baths kin tajUM** (f&creea porch optional) (Second bath screen porch carport optional)

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;! ":':- New Regulations Suggested by Board THE !STUART (Florida) NEWS

."f, "' I Thursday, April 2, 1964 t-B
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< i k \ ft City of Stuart Sign Code Will Jury Cleared

I W.rLwIt ; ;? Be Considered at Next Session James Cow MerrittOn Rustling

V all
: fwo "month, *,' work! h\' the Pl.m- cfk-U nually by the building inspector, James Merritt of Tropical Farm

ling Ads, ors Boird, il ailopledh Under the suggested code, most with, a $2 inspection fee charged found
:' the t nC onimission. will was rot guilty in Martin
) give I
signs would need permits, and
Permits for would be
Stuart Us !rust sign code wino would need! to be designed : signs revocable Circuit Court last week: on a charge
'1I.r Several sessions 0the/ board, in certain circumstances
by an engineer, who would supply of ctttlo rustling
) I
I''t't including .1 i public hearing went details to the building inspector Consideration of the sign code The jury deliberated thirteen
mU (he node, approved ununi-- before a permit would be issued. is expected to be high on theagen.I' minutes
t mouth In the hand, .
? considered
1 Among the signs not permuted of the next regular City He
l II) Its ii tcntlers to he relatively was charged with taking frVIIhead
by the code would be Commission ,
snipe"signs on Monday
strict and! in uKomp.iss all phasesof meeting of entile owned by Guy P
sign i caul.ilion defined as being less than April 13, at 8 p.m. at City Hall Boyd on June 211, 1961.
twenty square feet in area, attached
Al present .I i svstim ol lentpirarysigns | / to fences, A charge of taking cattle he-
: poles tree
lot oil!"sue IIH..IIIIHIS! is in etc (',\st.'i tin I INCIRI'Ulr longing/ to C R. Rauleron11. .
Also not ptimltted would be
COLKI postponed' for (trial at .1 i later date
banners across streets or lid i i e -------- -- --
walks.. lighted signs which confuseor (Chunecr))
Home MortgagesIn obstruct clear vision, or signs Marie Scherer: vs Merrill Irvin tVERY TIME A FOREST

r 4 + !.4 preventing free Ingres* or egress Schcrcr, uniform reciprocal act aw 8$, FIRE STRIKES
lt> buildings Philip (i. Nourse\: ,
State Show
[ Political signs, less thim Mxleenfeet Adolph' Hertel vs. Susan Farrell .' YOU
square, would be allowed Ii for Ikrtel, divorce, Harry i iPryor I. ..
r Small Decrease only forty-five Jays prior to an .
F's's' election, and would nave to be Lade: Mae I hath vs llarolil" GET BURNEDANTIQUES

e > Home purchase mortgages recorded removed within fivo day* after I eyman Ibuch, divorce/ Charles
4Ii in Florida listmr numbered the election \V. Stone
: I 1X8,W and lolaleil SI.- Damaged and unsafe signs i Federal National Morigaite AsMKintion
f a 524,111sdk()( > the I Honda Slate would bo subject to orders for vs E a r I R. Johnson I
Chamber ol l'ommeree reported! repair or removal Inielda Johnson, und t harles ,\ nour.nr AND Sot I D
E. Moitgiigcs ol t-'Od(1( ( ) less Millboards would be limited to Smith: and Jem I ; P. Smith 1 moriuugi;: t I HFNMBI P PHIPEStHIHJN \
HIPPY IN THEIR WORK BUT INFFIHNG: HELP, ire these Mrs L. B. Tracy, secretary: William Amblei ihuirm m Mis (: or U AIM! VMS
(bas reported to the Home Loan 1211 "square' feel and would be de- foreclosure, Uu;htcrson, Scot: andOughterwm
officers of the Highway Bcuutilication Committcc.ho plan as J. W. Hussey, planning chairman; standing: Ja. k Bonert, MCC- AIA J..... BMCI| Dliil) AT 1.i it medial island I chairman, Charles Chuck &had, treasurer, and R.I I fried. Bank Boar!) urc intituled in these nied in resilient ml areas. Trash,
soon as possible to landscape a sample ; on U.S. I. ; ( ) : ) finance figures C onipured with I9d2, last grass and weeds would have to be --- -- -
opposite Web Ordway Motors. Inc. They are left to right; : Scaled, chairman cleared around billboards, and
years volume showed a S |per cent Now Showing;, the Exhibit of
-- drop while the national total moved their frames would 1 have: to be
U.S. 1 Beautification PlanningBeautifying up 8 per ccnt"Morlg.lges painted at least once yearly Mr. (,'. :I. Spencer

Democrats Will rec'rcdn! the Real estate signs would 1 be limited .

sale of homes up to H.OOO( ( ) have in site to Ii ix square feel NCIIR: HUMIM. ,\R 11M S SUPPI.IFN. :..
been running ut about 1I cent within fifty feet of a residence or

of Sample StripIs Hear RooseveltMembers of the total of the 520,1() ((()per or lost to feu!twelve square feel within 100 2nu.s A'f 1A755

mortgages but data i 11 not yet
Signs would be inspected: an
available for the full year W6J
and guests of I the ,
and I loan -- ----- ---
Decided by the CommitteeEarly 'Savings Associations!
Martin, Okcechohee and St. I Lu were the original lenders of $714-
I Talk
lupfcl to to
cie counties Democratic! L'\ecu- 2V(1I1O( ( of (the $20,(KH) mortgage/
total in the stile lust linli- Men's Garden ClubThe
l' completion of one orna County would be used in the Ambler was authorized to go tive Committees will i l l attend a year
viduals i I handled $244,::! 1(11)0()() ));
mental strip on U. S. I, "as a planting ol the nicdials, but that ahead with the implementation luncheon ut noon Saturday April commercial banks $141.dM.IHK) Men's Garden Club will

sample," will be the immediate the fact that Martin County is the his plan, with the assurance that 4 at the Trade Winds Cafeteria. and insurance: companies $H,- meet Tuesday April 7, at the

aim of the Highway. Beautification I largest in chrysanthemumgrowingcounty the nation would not the committee would be readyto Sears Town, in Fort Pierce 645,000) The biilaiite.: $.WI,040XX ,- Marnn County Agricultural Building Located On Rout 707MU.IIIH .
Committee ( ). was handled hv a miscellaneous at 7:It() p.m.
assist when called will Iv Elliott
be overlooked upon. Principal speaker aai.Pii R Auk w The sample strip to be beauti group of lenders including Richard Hupfel will speak. on
Roosevelt, New York
fied is located ill front of Web 1- Congress government ugeniiv Only insurance "Soil Fumigation I
Ordway Motors, Inc. It is 476 feet man and candidate tor national companies registered a gum All:I men interested: In plants of The rl\ rusts Meet"
long fourteen feet wide and the State President to Speak at Democratic chairman over $I9W. _urn_ kind are especially invited
estimated cost of landscaping is -- --- -- ---------- --- -- ---- -----
$700; $500()( for planting and $200
for sodding. It II not intended to Stuart Realtors Meeting

sod the other twenty-one strips to
be landscaped In the case of the Smart Board of Realtors will dale head of the 9,000-membc NEED A NEW ONE.

sample, sod will be used to save have as their guest the slate president I realtors organization will speak

time.The of the Florida Associationof I at a special dinner meeting of thc .
decision, reached by the Realtors on Thuradav! April' 2. local board Also on hand will be
committee at a meeting at City I L\ccutive Vice President WilliamLlpPIIJ
it was announced by Ransom Ill-
Hull Friday evening, followed a ton president I I1 and Vice President Jim You'll Have To Three
successful motion to adopt the President TIlton said that Harry Mollcnhcck of District 3. I .. Up
of William E. Ambler, chair- ,
plan I
J Vordernieier, Fort Lauder- "We are honored that the local
man, and city parks superinten- board is being visited by the Florida -
dent, for the over-all landscapingo I Association of Realtors' president 1 Years To Pay On Easy
f medial i l '
twenty-two strips Doctors Invited to ." 1 ilton said. arm .
throughout the city It will be
I however, to obtain Slat Wives of local board member ,
necessary Seminar on I Icart .
arc invited to the meeting to b e
approval before
Road Department
held at the Yacht Club Restaurant. 1 j Monthly Terms!
the work can begin. Physicians from Stuart have i ,.
Port Salerno The principal address r.
' said that he would talk
Ambler I been invited to participate in the will he given by the visiting
his plan over with the Garden nine-county cardiovascular semi state president.
".. Club of Stuart where he believed
nar April I 15 at Good Samaritan Vordernieier has been in the
friends will
"many good come upwith Hospital' in West Palm Beach.
real I estate profession nineteen Mkt.
of the cost
t a major part .l.
(The Garden: Club held a fundraising The Heart Association of Palm years and is the owner and operator '
Beach and Martin Counties of real and insurancefirm
Festival for this i s a estate
Spring purpose
on Saturday, March 21. at sponsoring the second annual seminar I in Fort Lauderdale. Ha i. -- Financing that new car is no
of Mur under the direction of a former president and "Realtoof
Kinsale, the home Patricia
Sidney Davidson chairman of the Year" of the Board of Realtors See.
professional education Dr'l in his city. A native of New .
The committee agreed: that most Jersey, he attended New York with
in Martin Speakers' will be Dr R. problem our
of flowers
types grown
University and moved to Florida
Logue, professor of medicine and I FIRST NATIONAL
chief or cardiology; Emory University in 1941 He was a vice president
School: of Medicine Atlanta of the Florida Association of Realtors .
Cia.; Dr Fred Wasscrman chiefof in 1 1957 and has headed slate LOW COST AUTO LOANS !
medicine Coral Gables Veterans convention and building committees First !
Hospital: and Dr. Lamur Crevasse as well as the Board Services
EXTERIORS associate professor of medicine Committee of the National Association
University of Florida Schoolof : of Real Estate Boards.

Call. Medicine, Gainesville
Jupiter IslandPAINTERS Dr Davidson stated that the
seminar is being presented as part
& of a continuing post-graduate education There will be hake sale in frontof
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DECORATORS up to date on recent advances Friday April 3, sponsored! by the
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cardiovascular diseases Street Southern Methodist Church
CLYDt R.kGF.E! Owner Diseases of the heart and blood '6.

A-l-A. 1IOBE SOUND .L\, vessels now cause more than half Sweden expects her gross nalionul -
Dhl; 546-4841 ot\ all deaths in the United States product to rise 4Vi per cent NEW CAR RATES

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J.B TIIE STUART (Tla. NE1'C Tliiirwlay, April 2, 1964 Tooker Spoke to "u.'ni.
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INDIANTOWN NEWS I Stuart Dean was looker the, plant county ullorneY'I' I r :if :-. t !;

BARB\R \ SMDPR. Correspondent Phone 597-2465 the luncheon rMcimg of the I Indiantown Youth Base- '

,. __.",."" ",.... "' ",'" ''' ., '" "I''f''__ Indiantown Kiwaais Club held at hall Association met at the War- i
the Seminole Inn 0 n Monday. field School Tuesday evening,

Brownies and Girl Scouts IIIIII'Ib 21. I March 24, with i Mr*. Martha I't
Mr. Tooker has been count' ( harness, secretary: -ircasurcr presiding
attorney for the past four years in the M.ISCIKC ol ilu i".< ..
Active in Sessions and and II necking the office of Mar idenl and vice president t

tin County Judge. The manager" tor tile e">/M n'
The occasion marked the fifth season war appointed with Jim
Leaders Attend Workshop UHiivmwy of the Indmntown Ki- Wright Jim leighowClydc UKecker --
want Club Gi-etts Mark and Charles Covington
were 'isI
after which these VVittum and Marvin Keller both I little League ant I I I'r- "
AI the Brownie meeting 0 nlon.hl Iler. girls sot\ in manatees I S
I the of Stuart!. nest l Farrefl as Puny I ea,uc > 'ueger. i ; : iT1; ;
\ \. March 2'. the Brownie on workshop ,
( nils Scouts made Fader hnskcts I The following adults drove the Stork Shower ( .
for All boy who have not I p I'i >
tWill egg shells. which they dyed. girls to the camp: Ales. Ruth Hit hall before, hut who dears i I'
'using pipe cleaners for handles I set Mr. Barbara Snyder, Mrs. I Mrs. Rutherford play should he at the n. \ 'I" n I i
\aiss' for the m-ides. 1 hey placed Judy Sher Mr*. Nancy Herman Sirs I, field with their permission 'lips,
Rutherford honored
euchhiskcM was
Faster in
candy and Mrs. Mary Jo Hoover ut 130: pm. on Saturday) Nil
served on' Friday March 20 at a
RefrehnwnhI're ,
4. when tryouts will he !tell' I he
hMarty Blankenshins! mother The Cudette Curl Scouls will surprise stork show.r riven by N 1
> first will M, I
be !
game played on >\
Mr Jean Blnnkcnship! I make final plans to meet early: at Mrs Joan (turret and Mrs. Phyllis ,'
their next and cook their damn. "
At the Junior Girl Scouts folk troop I dinner outdoors.meeting They will also Attending the shower were Mrs. : Shower Field/or/ A..K: :
meeting last Wednesday I :
introduced by the continue work on their badyctA Brenda House Mrs Shirley Mc- Mrs. ClmdwlckMr ,. y .. :
leaders lancing and was later enjoyed hy the I report will he given concerning I Denis, Mrs Joan Swain Mrs lay I ''' .M<, ......'s. : .
members of the troop A hike to plans Cadetle field day I llolloway. Mrs Mary I llol'owav(' all Betty Chailwick of Y,,ih ila l\Ul.iil".v. uiiilM.c ,over the. !>t. Lucie lanul has us day lr.. I..ru. 1111I new or"'jjU out (H> k-uM: HW Dig' sums Ionanl\lI<
iht marina was planned. on April I Wv.In I :;: the Cadctte Curl I of West Palm Beach, and Mrs Street) held a stork :shower Set; inr; numbered Bid will -u. ixnetl! h> the Slate Highway Department Bruise North and south access! k> the new bridge will affect road

I Eighteen Junior and Cadclte Stouts will meet with all other I oiusc Himinger Mr*. Alice Carter day evening, March 21. for Mrs somclina in April l In i i IKK high level bridge west of the present change up to half a mil in each direction.'
full Cadclte Scouts in the Palm Glade Mrs Mary Tlnslcy, Mrs Margaret Helen Breeder! and her new hiinThe -- -- -
( Scouts a day'sworkshop
at Camp Wclaka for I Council for a day it camp,, do a Mr. Wanda l-eporm Prevail, Mr. and Betty Mrs Stewart Martha I guest list included Mrs PILLv.; LOn \>,vsCOMPOSIIION The Fire Department Auxiliary Mrs. R. E. Beach surprised her I Mr. and Mrs. Ales Gibson i
le"derand assistant i leaders service project, and cook out Joyce Norman, Mrs Phyllis MillsMrs I 1 I the weekend! with friend mAstor
WINNFR with family birthday spent
doors Ch-imness, all of Indianlown Ann Justice Mrs Nancy met Thursday, March 26 at the husband a I
Girl i I
Junior Scouts attending
were Debbie Rme. Diane !Shcltra.Rovannc Unable to attend but sending Herman Mrs Martha Chamness, A theme on the Inc of Clara I flrehou..e.i dinner on Sunday March 22 Those .
farewell gifls were Mrs Sharon Roberts Mrs Helen Lowther. Mrs. Jean American were Mr Beach's brother I Mrs Coleman
Tastua Anita Maxwell, Party and Mrs. I Barton founder of the i Dawn Muckclcy is a new cm- present Mr. and Jerry
Bonnie Sheltra Barbara McCInn- A nd a BirthdayA Snipes Blankcnshlp, Sirs. Bernice Allen.. Red Cross was chosen by Mrs. ploys at the First Bank of Indian- and wife Mr and Mrs J. C Beach have returned from Atlanta, C>a..
I Mrs Mar8 ret Gibson and Mrs '
than Sandra Williamson Sandra AIIIO AM RUCK I ( i, Ted lott Carrie Cuvenj)', a teacher at War- town of Leesburg; his father, J. E. whore they visited with J rrv's

Oud\Thomas Held. Sue Wheeler and Penny. Sully Hoover Britch, I farewell party along with a (''OI.l.lOH WEU".:' ) \\' I Sending gifts, but unable to attend field School a* the best composition Calvin McMiller was rushed to Beach, and his children: with, Sylvia his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L.

( adelte Girl Scouts unending, birthday party was recently cele According t o Deputy Sheriff were Mrs. Mary Tinslcj. wrillen by her eighth: grade Martin Memorial Hospital in Stuart Ann Donald and Ralph Jr. Coleman and his grandparents
braced at the home of Mr and wife and baby, Ralph
were Judy Sheltra, I aura Britch, Mrs. James LindaHillby' Flovd McAllister, a car driven ; Mrs. Jean Woodfin Mrs Tippy student the winner was Paul from Booker Park on Monday Mr. and Mrs A. L. Coleman.
Mirlcne Gleason. Cheryl Scan Higby It was by Mrs Christine Conncl was attempting Maxwell Mrs Myra Smith Mrs W. Lott twelve-year-old ion otKev March 23 when a piece of stick The Holy Cross; Catholic Churchis
Louise I Snydcr and Terry Wall fifteenth birthday and. 'to make a left turn into Billie Dykes, Mrs Audrey Devarey and MrI led Loll pastorof became lodged in his throat. holding a dessert card party Urfe White, father of Mr. Max
Attending the Cadctte plinning I grandfather Edward Schllllzhirth. Indiantown Park last Wednesday, Mrs. Kita noolittle, Mrs Thdma the Dunklin Memorial/ Baptist Wednesday evening Apnl I at 8 Thomas has been a patient at For)
session also held at Camp Wcluka day.Mr morning when it was hit by a Iliyhy. Mrs Coldie Young Church in Indmntown Randy MOI>ser, twelve-year-old p.m. at the church. Folks are Pierce Memorial Hospital. Mr.White .
were lynn Hclsel and Sherry Car. and Mrs Schultz parentsof pick-up truck driven hy Mrs Ivy i Mrs (,Iorin Raymond!. Mrs Nor son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clark asked to bring their own cards.
Mrs. James Highy were plan Mac Forbes of Plant City Fsn- ma 1 I. a r g e n t t. Mrs Kdw"ird A welcome and familiar fact was bitten hy a snake while hewas The affair is being sponsored by 's condition) is reported as
ning to leave for their home in muted il.ini.n'c to the Conncl car I Schultz and Miss Kay Allen. wa seen at Wurlield School list. watering his garden The type the Altar Society. being very much improved The
BUSINFSStOMFN Harbor Creek, Pa., after spending was sot at SiX)() and l to the Forbes' I Refreshments were served and Monti iv, March 21. Mrs Kathryu of snake was not identified so his. Whites are residents of Stuart.
'IO PAY P\RF OF !several week in Indiantown pickup truck at $200. There were prices were won hv Mrs, Allen I: Wilkinson former first grade mother rushed him to Martin Memorial Mrs. I Inez Johns, her grandmother Mr. and Mn William Sampson
GIRL; scour FEES: Among those helping/ te> celebrate no injuries'. Mrs Justice I Mrs thinincss I and teacher, filled in for Mrs Nelsons' Hospital in Stuart for treat Mrs Mary) Knowlcs and a sis- of St. Lucia Acres have their
were Mr, and Mr*. Pete Mrs Herman class ment and observation.Rev ter. Mrs.Corrmnc Coreall of Montgomery
four ear-old daughter Terry
The Indiantown Buineand Gavalas of Went Palm Beach. Ala., arrived Saturday, }
mr: UrrAR1IU'1t'f1 /
Ted Lott bus returned froma Lynn, hack home with them again
Professional Women' C lub met Mrs. Gavalu i is the former Flame :\ \UE rwo CAIIS Guests of Mrs Emma Becker- Mn Cathrinc Barnes arrived week' in Mississippi wherehe March 29 to spend a vacation with after treatment in Good Samaritan
it the Rodeo Bowl clubhouse on Higby. Ic, manner of the Seminole Inn Thursday March 26 from Pasca- stay Mr. and! Mrs Clyde Bicsccker
Tuesday evening March 24 with Indiantown Fire Department was on Tuesday March 24 were Mrs goula, Miss, to visit. with her two attended a revival meeting at I Hospital in West Palm Beach.
Mr. Jeanette C lenient presiding called on March 23 to a brush. Cold Springs Baptist Church i n Mrs Victoria Varner, motherof
Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Rogers John Moore and her mother of daughters, Mrs Donnie Clement Mr*. Isabel Evan of Stuart was
It was voted! to pay half the fees cntrelaincd Gary CrnncluM'i oath fire south of railroad track near Hollywood of Okccchohee and Mrs John Collins While to Mississippi he I Mrs. R. W. Woolwme, has arrived the luncheon guest of Mrs Jeanette .
send two Cadette Girt Scoutsto Indiantown Sewage I Disposal had the opportunity to visit his to spend the rest of the win.
10 grade class of Warfield School at Wheeler and son James Barnes I Clement at the Seminole Inn
Camp Wclaka in Jupiter for a wiener roast Wednesday March Plant: and on the lame day to Mr and Mrs Blame Heap of of Indiantown. mother and sister and also hi I I ten months with her daughter on Wednesday' March 25 Mrs
to week this summer 2$. Hooker Park where a trailer and St I Lucie Park I left Thtirvlay.March brother who I Is in the seminary and family. Mrs. Varner is from for the office
On April 28 the IndiantownB house owned by Edna Taylor hurn- 1h for Kecnland Park, Mr and Mrs. Carl Snyder Jr. I in Collins. ; South Charleston W. Va. of is campaigning of
B will entertain the Bell Keith Mitchell was taken t to ed. Estimated daniajre was $ /OO'' Ky. He is a trainer of) horses and and family visited over the Faster Attending the dedication of the Martin supervisor registrationof
Wade B.P.\V. with a covered-dish Everglade Hospital in Pahokee and the fire was laid to fiulty Mr. Heap' has been employed ut holidays with Mr. and Mrs Edroe Fort Drum Methodist Church were I Mr. and Mrs. James Highy had County
dinner at the Civic Club. suffering with pneumonia, _wiring! the First Rank of Indiantown I Hinkle of St Cloud The Hmklc Rev. and Mrs. R. W Woolwine I a and* their Mrs guests Albert this Schutte pa..tleek of Har.Mr. Mr. Mack Robert and daughter -
--- -- door neighbors of the
were next Donna, lift Friday March 20
Indiantown and Rev. I
family bor Creek Pa and Mr and Mrs
back Conncaut Ohio.
Snyders in visit Mrs Rose of
to Armstrong
and Mrs. Leon Yeilding of Okee- William Powers of North East Pa.
James Barnes will he leaving chohee. Officiating at the Sun Belle Oladc On Tuesday evening,
In two week to allend a training day ceremony wa the Rev H. Mrs Charles Bisol formerly of March 24 Mr Robert and Mr
school for three weeks in Houston W Blackburn DS, West Palm Indmntown and now of Lake and Mrs Ralph Beach drove to
I Cfor the Big Three Welding Beach, acting district supcrintcn- Park was the weekend guest of Belle Glade and all returned home

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4-B I1IF STLART (Fla.y NEWS Ihiirsdny April I 1964
Harold Ehrhart Died I

Broward t In a Freak Accident I

r \ Stuart' man was Killed seer I i Fhrhart was reportedly working I
i r.I r. ,loitllN Salurdamorning: when a'I''on the gadget made of gulvanicd -
,ry l"l'lealllle hell in a home-muJc : pipe with a plunger when I
'd t x I '1 ,..mrupnon used. to blow well it exploded.
\plodcd! striking him in the chest Coroner Harvey Pilcy ruled ac
cidcntal death. Ehrhart was taken
Ehrhart.nfh I
47 r;. OCKYN; BLVD. \ I 71737OIM ; I Mleil,two. was of Karl Harold\ Trailer t Park to John's Funeral Home.

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placed In Massachusetts in fiscal
/ Complete )"tt,! Store tn Martin ( 'o. r t sr"nu v the icciclent\ I W ,imounted to SI I UX)000000! ) ( (

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WHY PAY ;.' x? ? tw' I SAILFISH: (Women's length division)-Mrs. Gene T.
m r T i Whicker Melbourne Beach, "Spray II," Captain

,r d IawxIMAIMMa Ray Young. .......... ...... ...................... 8 ft.
i 'P >. uw. s Captain Bob SCrim her. .... ...... ..... .. ................. 18 lb. 3 oz.
I OUR FAMOUS' SAILFISH: Men's length division) Dr. Rohert L.
Berger, Sharilcsvillc, Pa? "Cartune," Captain Louie

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JUG o AMBERJACK Lovett Morse Weston, Mass., "Hobo,"
JOHN RAINS, Deputy Director of Martin ( ivil enrollment of :
County Delenseright. quarters from 7:30: ( to 9:111: ) p.m. Wednesdays wnh an
Captain Jack Whiticar ... ... ._... ..... 60 Ib. 1 oz.
j Is shown recclving instruction in radiological monitoring sixteen post office, tousl t Guard and Salerno Fire Department
ARCTIC BONITO Arthur L. Rivers Charleston, S, C.,
from David Mclaughlin 11a recent forty-hour course. which hetook teams the other, held from 2 to 4 .m. on Thursdays at
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"Gannett II," Captain A. A Whiticar .................. 19 Ib. 8 oz
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1 UFxtrR Mich. Rains I is now supervising. two cight-weck clissc' m i"idio- BARRACUDA: R. S. McG. 1ee, Eau Gallic, "Skipper!

logical monitoring here One 'is held at the Maglcr/ Avenue head II," Captain L Buck ..... ....... .... ............ .......... 25 Ib.

Coon, Extra Thtck Extra -- ___ ___ __ -- __ __ BLACK BASS: Curl J. Gcyer, Columbus Ohio ........ 9 Ib.
P Rlch, } ph is roteln, ]tow inCalorleeXour BLACK FIN TUNA: Barbara S. Vichman, Melbourne

c iolce of flavors Beach, 'Hobo," Captain Jack Whiticar .... .. ........ 13 Ib. 6 oz.
I Stokes Foundation's Twelfth Annual BONITO' : Bruce Sullivan, kissmimcc\ "Mar>bob HI,"

.IO CHANNEL BASS: E R Loroff Frccmont!, Ohio ...... 21 Ib 8 oz.

DOLPHIN: Earl Burbank, Omaha, Neb, "Spray II,"

Scholarship Awards Announced Here I Copt Ray Young ... ................................. .. 25 lb.
GROUPER: Gencvieve Schneider, Port Salerno, "Big

I I Day," Cat pain Locke ..... .. .. 55 Ib
ner will graduate this year from The former winners ol the two great desirewas to help young
ts' l More Funds JACK CREVALLE: C. E. Schaefflcr( South Hampton,
the University of f lordia Robert year junior college scholarships people become better citizens scll- "
N.Y., "Fran L, Captain Pete Robertson .. .. 31 Ib.
(Hobby) Ciunn is completing his arc Carol Cohen Myrna Mead chant, tuccesslul\ trustworthy and
Kathleen Stevenson, Ann Chambers leaders the He LADYFISH: Mrs. Eloise\ Maybury. Mount Airy, N.C, 3 Ib. 1 oz.
Will Be Aid junior year at Columbia; Sally Al- \ in community gamed
tart is completing her sophomore Grant W (IPelel) Black and national prominence as a lecturer MANGROVE SNAPPER: A. M Newbold, Stuart... 3 Ib.

4 year at I ousianu Stale College and Martin Klmi Pete chose: to !go! to was an attorney certified POMPANO: Richard Angus Jensen\ Beach ............... 5 Ib. 3 oz.
1E To Seniors has been on the dean ti list, und Mercer College in Macon Gu, public accountant tux specialist\ RED SNAPPER: Dick Fisher, Sprmgville, N.Y.,

John Fox is making high grades and Martin Khm attended the University business, consultant author and "Big Day,"' Capt. Locke .......... .. .. .. 25 Ib
at John Hopkins University of I lorida. publisher Early in the 1910s he
1 he John W Stokes foundation The former winners of the The four new winners to he chose this area because of i its SEA TROUT: Charles HcndncK Stuart .. ......... ... .. 12 Ib.SHEEPSHEAD .
announces it will give for the cational awards are florence I chosen at graduation time this natural beauty and numerous\ : Hugh! E. Sheppard, Stuart ................ 9 Ib. 13 oz.

I b ht 1fi1 Iwclllh awards consecutive to four deserving year scholarship ; ten- Meggclt, "Norman Crews, Anne I spring added,. to the twenty-eight terways, and hecame a resident SNOOK, Amanda Kmdig'!!, Osceola, Ind .................... 31 Ib. 8 oz.
winners will make total of of Martin
past a County
S i I I I I
C htirch, eonard I
t1 r Ion of the I Martin County High Mead yon Carol ouise McMilhon. Judith, : I thirty-two students who will have I I Ol ficers of the foundation are' : SPANISH MACKEREL: R. A Dane, Stuart, "Sum Yot
,+,M School Ann Baker Sandra Banks. tvi. hecn given an opportunity to further I President\ D. R. Bramwell attorney : Two," Captain Men Rohrabaugh/ 5 Ib 2 oz
\ \ I (III I ) The Juhn W. Stokes scholarship lyn Burchard Florence Stimmcll their education through the I Washington, D C vice (I SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz, Puhokee ., 2 Ib.
\ / award is $1,000 a :rur r for and I MitchelUrVliller. I 11\1"i k i' I'otuidation scbrlarshlp presiJenhiss! Stokes. widow of W AHOO."tout\ A" WalKtr HboVSutflliT""'* 85 Ib.
I four I years. a total of $ .( ) to I program i i Ilhe founder Stuart: and secretary
BAN BAN SECRET the winning senior This is iin -- ----- -- -- The foundation was orgum/ed I Mrs Kathrync H. Clone New TRIPLETAIL John MiOamel.: BJmar, NJ 18 Ib. 12 oz.

II increase of $400() a yell over the I I in 1947 in John W Stokes His York_ _and_Stuart___' ___ ___ ._: TARPON: George Hopkins Stuart 16 Ib. 8 oz.
State ---- -- n
ROLLONDeodorant CREAMDeodorant CREAM I amount previously given Funds Trooper -
are to IK administered through ,
Deodorant any accredited college or univcrmy -
of the winner's choice. Chasing Auto,
(2)( The vocational award is fora
Non greusy, Regular 69e size Guards lralnltnCJn.stlcky /
jar. Creamy, per plraUCJnnCJn01ly. total of $600 to apply toward Hurt on Pike
smooth odor the tuition and expenses for vo
cational (training in my accredited Slate Trooper James McC.rim II
school of the winner's choice,
mono, twenty-two stationed a t
If a two-yeur or Ihree-yerlr train Stuart barracks, was injured
61C 51C 29C ing course is chosen by the recipi cally Friday afternoon when crill-I
cot the total award of $ltl will patrol car went\ out of control on I I
he divided according to the number ruin-slick Sunshine State Parkway _
of yean required for thecourse and crashed into Port St I
such as Sal a year for a Lucie BridgeMcCriinmon. I
SCORE DRESSING67C two-year course or $200 a year
: was chasing I a I
lor a three-year course These .
speeding auto when the accident I .
funds are to he administered by '
occurred 'I 1 Ihe driver ol the other I Dear Voter
the school and spread over the :
I I auto was not other
apprehended by ,' '
period of the course I I
troopers: \ ho were alerted I IMc'rimmon '
>r ((1) here are two two-ycur scholarships ; f.\'t.
had be .
1 E I I to the Indian River Junior from the demolished to auto pried with '" Do you want a part-time or f full.time
( ollcgc at $225 a year for two ,

wrecking bars! 'I
yean, a totul of $450 each for the I County Judge?
He was taken to St Mary Hospital
two\ years. This award was increased x
$H a year over the amount remains, West m Palm a critical Beach condition, where he I I .. : : On March 10, 1964 the other two candi.
BAYER .O previously given. The student must t', dates
for this office f
AED 19o 53C make a 'C" average or better in I announced on the radio
1 he average salary of an officeworker I
ASPIRIN all subjects to merit continuanceof in the United Slates i is :, program known as "Jaycee Spotlight" that

The the scholarship funds for all uul.scholarships. $HO, an increase of $3 over the II i i .. i if elected they would indulge in private

CREST BED.83o' C C C will be paid directly to the school $77_average. in_!1962.. __ : I practice and one stated that he would re
each term trimester or semester, .
,,, ;. main affiliated with his law firm.I
;) provided the winner\ continues his .M present .
FAMILY SIZE TOOTHPASTE or her education and satisfactorily .' I announced then and I announce now,
I all ami the
pusses in subjects
conduct of each juslilics continuance that I will be a full time County Judge. I

CHOCKS IUO.1.70 .3 39 4pplic'ants of the must scholarship 1 spccily assistance the scholarship y a ? will resign my position as County Attorney

u for which they are applying ;; I will not indulge in any private practice
The winners will be selected by M or affiliate with any other person or

three qualified judges whose decisions r l persons that would keep me from doing a
LAVORIS c will be tmul s 24 hour
63 Scholarships are based upon the job.VOTE.
sludcMit's high: scholastic average,
ANTISEPTIC ., ,,.. ...REGULAR 199St. uhililv. aptitude for college training a ''
and higher education'' heed, FOR & SUPPORT
personality, good moral character,
Joseph IDO'IREO. c integrity, leadership i citizenship i y
5t. 41 active in, civic i groups, and church:
diligent IIIwrk and willingness -
assume responsibility
and promise of future service und ; ?
usefulness to the community All
St. Joseph SO'I these qualities will he taken into 'VI I ERE" DEANA

RED, JlfTRIV1SOL 21cASPIRIN winners consideration. in selecting worthy

FOR CHILDREN Seniors who desire u\ compete .V "sule"! on insurance would
for these awards should request I look fishy, Cheap Insurance can 'I
application forms from James C be c\|>riislv in the !long run
Atli tit 1Vu : .199 County High &:h"vl. These forms for.our !hunt Independent

MEAD JOHNSON,., ,. ...,.. ., .. provide space: for a statementby : Kent k trained to stlvcl your '

... her the plans applicant for the regarding future. Mating his. or iiiMiruiut iici'dy and to settle Man of Proven Public Service

BOX>< the school: and the profession or all cluiins promptly. .

flLEAUE tot HIMOMHOIft RILIIILIRI' OF- IZ.ASUUD149 vocation they plan for desired such to achieve choice, giving,their ant the 1 cbjcelives. how rcavm.s .- R. JOHNSON I BELIEVE that my position as yora'Cotnfty T 0 0 K E R

Add federal Tax Whet Applmbli Applications to Principal must WocxUII"be returned by Attorney; Attorney for Planning

Silt Davi Thru hands M.v. 1 1The J. AGENCY n Zoning Board and Board of Adjust
sr former winners of I ihe
four-year scholarships are Kay Realtor and lasuramt tnent for the past four years, has git'en me

Pel ouch. Jack Hurts, MiMred the and needed
maturity experience
I Clements, Tommy Jamison, Ron1 A r 7-3366 COUNTY JUDGE-
aid Pidgeon, Kenneth Matthew FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING the high office of County Judge.
and Paul Seculich. Virginia Gard Paid Political .U..rtJooU

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WAFERS E ,1hz. Cells,, Ph6. 2kat.49c HERSHEY BARS 3 tact.I $1 1 BACON Lb

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I Youngsters; -F/a4 Fun at Easter Egg Hunt at City Youth Center

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FASTER EGG: HUNT held! Saturday at the Stuart Youth Center crowd was slightly smaller this )ear thin in previous vcurs. but
_ under the direction of James McMahon found some fifty young. there was as much fun as ever CIRI S'INNER: at the Saturday egg hunt at Stuart Youth Centerwas
stern and several mothers on hand for the annual egg hunt. The Tam Hcndncks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Heiidnckv \\I\MR' cf the hoys !price in the Slimrl\ Youth ('enter egg hunt
-- .. of Golden Cute Tam. tound thirty-seven eggs which was high was Steven Chase 'son ol Mr ..lIhtIr'I \ BilK ( hose 11, Smart
for' all the children. .
For 'Better Boating and Seamanship' rules of the road, safety equipment Steven found l entv-onc\ cam
knots and !splices, seaman ,
ship and boat handling. There is BUSINESS MEN
a kpecial lesson on the St. Lucie I IIVKISIIORS

Second Safe Boating School of tulion Inlet an cold examination supper' and a grad Commerce Jupiter.Tequcsta held its monthly Chamber business of 1 1s
The course IN supervised by
Colonel M W. Male, flotilla training men's coffee at the chamber
Current Season Begins Friday officer, and util,zes' experienced building on Wednesday
local members as instruc Visitors from neighboring towns
ton More than I IItal)
personshave joined the local business men for
The Coast t Guard Auxiliary' Friday and Tuesday nights. class discussion M seem to pro been graduated during the their coffee break
Safe Boating School," the secondof I Walter Bauman, fotilla commander vide a better instruction job." years the public! instruction courses'
the current Reason Marts Friday reported more than twenty The first class tarts at 7:JOpm have been run by the local flotilla WARRANTY DEEDS
night' April 3. at 7,30 p.m.. local boatmen. and boaiwomen to provide additional time New -E ;iun.i'-cotton spinning Vista
Salerno ,
according I to a reminder front Stuart -1 already'entered, jmd expressed the for registrationand issuance a f Properties Inc
industry started when Samuel Slatcr C .
to lurente W.
Gray. Lot 1
s Flotilla 39 The classes. ten hope that would!
many more reg text books Subsequent classes' start memon/xil! details of the Ark. Vista
Salerno. $600( )()
in all during April and May are inter Friday night 'Large classesare at 8. wright spinning and
to he held in the Auxiliary clubhouse more fun for the participants." The ten clans periods cover marine gled them to this!process country smug from F:.Charles.R. Lavene Jr. to Doyce
___on_the_St._ Lucie River each_he_ .said. __ "and_ allO'develop more glossary, charts and England his head Ausley Lots I and 4, block I
n _n __ _____ .__ compass- :. m ____ _.-II-.--Pot---am.---$12.001)_. .-)-. --


There .S.i for Seniot; Y i

No H All ZING 1O BEGIN the egg hunt at the Stuart Youth Center were this foursome who found a edt
on the sidewalk They were' overheard to say Why doci>n' everyone get here on lime'''
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Irlo Bronson led the fight in the Florida Senate ; 4T 1a 4 '4 4A4,4t,4r&
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to bring about the historic division of Lake Okcc- ,' _, ', : '*

chobee. (His efforts
brought potentially thousands t .

upon thousands of dollars in road funds to Martin a i

County. Bronson will continue to fight efforts of w )r .N'' : 1'1'i; ,

Palm Beach County to upset the lake split law in 1 ?:3i

the Florida Legislature) and continue to work FOR ,.

Martin County interests. ,' : aCi1

"Se)TIIFRK:, 1 did! get more eggs than you did, after all," seems to he the expression on the face of this
young fellow Several of the youngsters used paper hags to gather colored eggs found ul the Stuart
Youth Center. Some youngsters brought Easter baskets
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Irlo Bronson is a Martin County ranch kl Time
own ,_. .
er and taxpayer. C4\; 1' falL
: Fora
He is '
problems.fully have. and will continue to repreI I l 4a*' f .

Martin County to t the best of f my I M---> Change

This is my pledge to YOU!" -
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KEEP.LoNSON Commissioner County

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Indiantown Post Office Is .- ........ -

I Foreclosed Upon; Hope Now

For Completion of Building

The. new InUunkwn Post office .I Pfutfir Trowhridge in Martin-C'ir-
bogged down on shoals of CUlt ( nurt
inadequate financing, finally|| "hit Nccco Inc of Jacksonville con
the reef," floated over it. and is tractors for the joh horrovud
approaching' port under a salvage $'20(10( from Stockton: Whtitlcx.
master Da\m and Compam i in April
ll will he completed hy the I 19113. hut defaulted on note* worth 1
firm which loaned the original con- $1180 plus interest of S549.hh.
tractorsthe Ahoul eight individual and
money to build it
Stockton husme s had liens filed against,
Whulle Davm and Necco.
Company of Jacksonville hid K.
000))) on the huilding under Slodlln'hatICI', Darin and
Company was the only bidder at RIB
at a mortg"igc foreclosure the sate
sale lust 1 week.,
Only a mall amount of work your C
The firm will pet a certificate remains on the post office No CUBED
Of tale April h The foreclosure work hat been done on the huildIK rlloiu.'
action .was directed h\' Judge t in several week ,
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Rural Fire Defense to Be SIRLOIN lb'sLt.rta .
I boneless

Strengthened in FloridaA I ROUND ,

Rural Fire Defense Training: ''tolet cork with rural suburban I .
program hat been! authorized for and volunteer Apartments" CLUB
Florida, according to Florid i State --

K Forester Vewy C regional H/ Couller forester and .James with State Growing I A ".Grper-Riehl". \\'M"" J'ollr C

the t, S. Forest Service '''I'l ''', Center Cut nib doirt'"
Two Rural Fire Defense train I At the Rate of BONE _
ing specialists commenced duties N/
in Florida April I under a cooperative I ROAST
fire plan designed to closea II I 17,650 a Month Ib. .
protection gap which ex- PORTERHOUSE
fists. in suburban areas of Florida I The State Board of Health to. --
The program will be financed hy day reported that Florida deaths 69c
federal funds through the Officeof marriages, and divorces increased' lb.
Civil Defense from J 1962:! to 1963: that births
As Mate forester Coulter heads and, infant deaths decreased'
the emergency Slate Rural Fire- Oliver H. Boorde, director of WFSTFRN CORN IH: PORK SUr: \llhond: Brand Sliced Copeland( Smoked Pork I ,S, (hoiie (hmk Steak or
Rescue Division of Civil Defense the Division of Public Health Statistics
He said the new Fire Defense said also that the state* PORK LOINS BACON Zpwa.89c SAUSAGE ,h59c ROAST '*,45cMortom
training program would help to population was estimated at S639 ,-
unify, co-ordinate, and sharpenthe ,000 as of July I I. I 1963. "This Peon' Brand ImportedCANNED I'ro/rn hkkrn. I'urkey. or Beef ('up'n John Qui," I roan M hillnu

fire and fighting rural potential fire departments of volunteer -I rate means of the approximately state has grown 17,650 al persons a. RIB HVIrIb, 39c orUIIOIt)IOIN ( \: .45c' HAM 2cAa $199 POTPIES 5H N 89c FILLETS p1'; 35c

throughout the state a month since the I9b0 0,
Close coordination all S census when the population was HiM Cut Western Pork (enter Cut lean Western .Suprr-Rli.hr B h>iinii. or Spited I uniheon (iiu'n' John's Quhk I ro/en I'rk'cJ I

enemy fire fighting attack units could In he disaster among vital or;' 4931360 Boorde,"said he the UK ttale!. birth rate PORK CHOPS ,39c,, PORK CHOPS lb. 69' [LUNCH MEAT 2Z.; : 49c FISH CAKES 1",r.3ScREGULAR :: I II

Coulter said. He added that the. has continued to decline since a I I
co-operative program would be peak of :247! tt.r I ,000population I JANE PARKER WHITE H!H IN:HTn-JSK lr.I.; : i Vn;-n:n;
very helpful, however, on an ev m I 18 percent ENRICHED OR SANDWICH .. .1 I ILBa t tIN"
cry-day non-emergency basis drop in the last seven years. "" ";. ... '"
Co-operative training of per There were an estimated 114.641 Li ;il L '
sonnet loans, 'births last year against 115248 I I ; fn"
equipment and! more f I
efficient intercommunication in 1962 and 80087 tin 1953-a
are among the Immediate systems decade ago.Preliminary. 11 2 In f
= \
reeds listed by the rural and volunteer death figures show
fire departments of the 55,543 persons died I In9113\ i E t ark! t I I :
against t 52639 in 1962 but the I p.
alale.Florida i is one of our pilot states rate rcmanned unchanged at 9.8 Bk49 = s' ;
w deaths I,01)0) l' !! I
named under the plan to extend per population LOAVES ). I : f pi! .
I I [and intensify State Forest Service: Preliminary figures show \,207 8 9
f cooperation with rural and volunteer infant deaths among residents m I ::1. t W ; c.Q :
o fire departments 1963, a decline of seventy'!seven In t n n \
t P First duties of the Fire Defcnvedraining I compared with 1962. I ,
/ specialists under the pro- There were 4..1 III marriages! lllfiflta3ititt[ '! :R :
\ YITlm will be in liaison and con in 1963 according to preliminary rautsnunusrua r :
itMltt9lfill: : ,''na: :>i iiIi4S1'.1 4i
I figures against 1 41,504 in 1962 j r
---- Divorcesand annulments increased Special!! Jane Parker Delicious Pineapple or r 1 CJ\": 1
\, Windows Broken from 22178 in \1962 to 22- Fresh Fruits & Vegetables 1 2 : r v 8 I :
1193 last
year I 'U' !'
BI'kb Pie' !I

At New School; FOR fRGF P,\MtUICAL LM CITY 10rs FXIUS erry "b'39 C FRESH' I CR1SIMCHHHRGLETTUCE' : '. ( i Ij i 1 I i il i .:

W Damage Is $$200An BFrORE SHooL TrRMS: Special! Valley Gold Frozen Flavored f IA I j 4
I Parents of all children who will J
I be six years old prior to Jan 1, I i
,investigation is under way 1965 and who will attend I h'l Cone. Drinks 1 lOc i I II jl
by Sheriff Rov C. Baker follow- Palm City I School, are urged to call ;
ing damages/ Thursday night to have I their child examined by the i Ca t
the Martin family physician at this in
new County HrghSchool time l
: oo Iivfanlcwn\ Road order that any defects may be corrected Special! Coral Brand LiquidDetergent n. j i :
Two large chunks of concrete before the opening of I ... ., Mit11B:1Qgr1A":; I 4hottlC
were thrown through two wire. school (,(dart 39CJtlCY :. lltI
screened plate glass windows al The Martin County Board (If'' 39c 2 heads .. C -
the front entrance to the building Public Instruction and the Martin [ ("! [ .. '" .
Damage to the building was f County Health Department ca
estimated in excess of $2X() ) have 'Issued a special form to each Special! Golden Cream Style f = t v I 0 :
for his
physician physical findings
The broken windows were discovered
by Louis Funk a janitor, and recommendations This completed 1.Ih. MID SEASON IIXRIPORANGES\ 1 !
when he reported for work Friday form should .be presentedto I Corn 1 10 98 111 '

Sheriff morning Baker said that several the.school at the lime of registration ona cans 5 bag 59 c i J If J i l la

angles surrounding the vanadilsm your If a child physical will cause examination a financial on Special Schaefer Beer N.R. Bottles or fc .. i ;. > :
are being investigated
hardship i on the family, ntl-SlI TENDFR CRFFN

school The t vandalism since at it the opened was new the over$800000 first reported a- done Department by may the be Martin at the made civic County to have center arrangements Health this in Genesee 6 rACIt. 99< Asparagus Ib* 39 11R l Ri.; .

month ago Palm City on Thursday April 2 .
at 12:30: pmSIIORY Special Santa Clara NEW CROP MIXICANCantaloupes: t J tttttt: :
I 1

Elbcrt A TALKED Schory RESEARCH, tropical OVUXALYP1US research Prune Juice bottle quart 29< 3 for $1 1 J i I J I A i' !I

forester for the Florida .

gave Forest a 1 lecture Service at in the South international Florida Chkkrn of the Sea Ukht 51-ant. 35c r t I I 1 r t I '

meeting of the Society of Economic MlT: CHUNK TUNA ranCARNATION j )d :

Schory'Botany on lecture March was 23.24., 'Eucalyp -* Green Giant Special Sale *- 5' tpkg-1 53Q'P I : i ... i i I

tus Research' in Florida," and was INSTANT MILK ::1 "i :
illustrated with color ;
slide of
1 Lee and adjacent counties. BIRDSFYK ITIO' FNCOBBH ear I :
:The meeting was held at tht NIBLETS CORN 12.oz. ) CORN ..... 4 pack 41C f n'' i -
University. of North Carolina, and
was devoted mainly to the research 4 cans C NABISCO III. .x. j: :

Let Us Show You calyptus.work Through!being done contact with and eu CREAM STYLE CORN 16.oz. B 9 PREMIUM SAITTMRS pilI- 29c:1! iiiI* =r'-r l :

How You Can Be association with foresters. from RUIZ ORANOFBIOVSOM : 1 b 139 t7 ;: I" no.s : :
other parts of the world. Schory SLICED GREEN BEANS IIONFYCIISK ; [
Your Loveliest! hopes to bring hack some new 16.oz. your! i !1 HI :
Ideas that may be applied in South choice ale SANBORN!'\ 1.lb. f I, a d : ,

Only'ully shape trained the leMon prrltktit can cmiTiirn art- Florida 17- Green 12-oz. Can tomt: can 89c K 7 r t f l i M: 5. i 1

Our talented "cut.upt" will DFDICATE ADDITIONAT t r J ( i II"oz.
t I Ior.
create new beautyfor BOYS RANCH 5 99 BISQLIfKCMM: ... ZD-ol.29c ,. T ; ,. -I :
you! A $50000 residence cottage Peas Mexicorn : I
will be dedicated at the Florida < Jiflm 1< !
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Sheriffs Boys Ranch, eleven miles FOOD "AT., 3".47c I
north of Live Oak, on April 5, !
FashionetteBEAUTY in memory of the late Hugh Lewis RHJMOV I-c.. f I I J ;Z ,
former sheriff of Suwsnnee 25c n A i '

SALON of County the Ranch.and one of the founders Detergent \Large Package & Giant Package PoutRAISIN LESION JUKT 'iw ...:.IIt.:1I1......___..._..u.. _. I
605 COLORADO AVENUE Created by the Florida Sheriffs
STUART. FLORIDA Association! as the first of its kind glan d ddo 3 PRICF.YLYTF11.4AD GOo( SJW Only PMfStamps :
Open Mon. thru Sat. ill been the in nation operation, the Boys since Ranch 1959 has It 2 ,L 39c 49c :: 69c z.:1. 49c J pkg.29c THRU S\1VRDAY APRIL .' ;r?. .Stt Fiat Gifts Faster .,

7:30 5:30 is supported entirely by public Open 8:30 to 6:30 Inn :.tsar ananuC a / eeC ma _'awewr.
a.m. : p.m. donations.\ ;\lor1om Tank All Beechnut Strained
\fOnf thru Thurs.

U S. Savings Bond sales I la l-fl II n far I..... 14-01. "
Phone 287-4999 February Martin County were -$45596 in b Ll* 27 ... 2 for 69 8 ,Jan 89c 8:30 to 7 Saturday '


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IB THE STUART (FU) fiTVTLunda 2, 196rrr.a.ara.r.. Will Hold Supper We wish a speedy recovery to PEACE CORPS PI VCTMENT1LVTS : and science teaching. Hundreds of
Silver Tea VFW Auxiliary I Richard: Johnson who hat been SET APRIL 11 additional. such as skills,architecture have been geology requested ,

I A Spaghetti supper will b, heldat confined to his home this week Saturday April rl I is the date economics s and social work.

PORT SALERNO NEWSMRS Is SuccessOn Seeks MembersThe Coral Gardens Bowling Lanes with" an ailing back. of the next' nation-wide Peace All applicants must be American
Sunday under the auspice Peace
Veterans of foreign War evening Mr and Mrs George Shelton Corps placement ten the citizens at least eighteen years
VICKY PROJ.K, Corrcti pomlcnt AT 7-20S5 of the Hibiscus Park Civic Corps has announced! I It will be old. Married! couples may applyif
March 24 silver tea was of Bellport, Long Island, N. Y.,
a is
Auxiliary I having a membership Civil under
Association administered by the U S. they have no dependents
I/Y aet'M.'AWLeiw: Yltr'1Ml'A Nt "rAW4Mf'C P"' held at the Salerno Southern Methodist drive during April. Proceeds will be used for the are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Service Commission in the Stuart eighteen. A college degree is not

Church by the Missionary Anyone wishing to become a beautification of the park entrance. Robinson Stuart Post Office at 8:10 a.m. I required.
Prosk Elected
Vicky Societies Circle No. 1 and Vic-
member in this should! The most needed skills arc in
Circle. organization A meeting will be held by the Mr and Mr*. William Papa of Brazil has
tory the fields of agriculture. health Railway travel in
Council PresidentMartin The room was tastefully decorated 7-1095 contact, Mr who. Margaret will be Kahn, AT to association on Monday! April 6 Horseshoe Point have been enter- engineering construction and educalion |I shown an annual increase of 1.6
County in spring colors and the table give further details. at 7:30 at the community room of taining their daughter, Rita and! .-particularly mathematics per cent over .the last four-years-
husband Coiselli of Bell- -------
Stanley -- -
the First National Bank
County Council of Par- educational CARE racket to aid attractively arranged with rose The clubhouse Is located at more Long Island!. N. Y., and '
ent Teacher Associations held a school I children in Honduras, and silver. The group joined! in Golden Gate on AlA and the group their two children Karen and Enjoy the Winter Season
meeting Monday night at the Palm Libya and several other foreign singing hymns and playing games neeu the first and! third Wednesdays At this time we would like to Mark. The Corsellis will also makea 1111'] New "Do" from
I l With
I of each month wish a speedy to all the a
City School. countries. which arc in need of Winners were Mrs Pat Smith, recovery trip to Boca Raton and Fort \;
children and adults! who have been
school visit with friends.
the Lauderdale
The nominating committee consiung supplies next meet Mrs. Vicky Prosk, and Mr Ann I that to 8
ill with measles and
will be held Jensen Beachon BIBLE SCHOOL mumps PARK PLAZA
ing in
of Delmar Vcoch, Mrs ,
: I8.Captain. Winston Mrs Winifred i Thompson STARTS .JUNE 1 are so prevalent at this season Friends of Mrs. Katherine Keel-
Jean and Bill Wheeler May .
McClung played the piano and Mrs.Put ing of Hibiscus Park are happy to
presented the slate l of officersfor : Bowen was In charge of games. For those who I like to make Mr. Rosa Quigley and Mrs. learn she has returned home froma BEAUTY SALON
the 196465 tcarm Schwarz Others who( attended! were: Mrs. their plans early the Southern Madeline Pedersen have been tak recent stay at Martin Memorial 317 W. OCEAN BLVD AT 7-2838
The following officers were elected George Mooney, Mrs. Jennie Wi!. Methodist Church announced it ing turns hosting their sister i Mrs Hospital I
: Mrs Vicky Prosk president: bar Mrs. June Bennett, Mrs Peggy will hold Bible School from June Maggie Anderson of Jesup: their OWNER: GEORGIA IIARDUICK
Mrs. Jean McClung, vice president; Jets to JamaicaLast ; Osborn, Mrs I Trula Osborn, I through 12, 8:30 a.m.-I I 11,30 I: a.m. aunt, Mrs Lela Taylor of Wau- Mr. and Mrs Joe QUigley! md i j' HUNTER
Mrs. Ed Rollison, treasurer, and I iln Florence Bullard, Rev andUrs. : More data will be forthcoming. chula; another aunt Mrs Katie children Billy and JoAnn, ol Si t ,' OPERATORS! VELMA' THOMAS BARBARA
Mrs. Wilma Challanun' secretary week Captain Ernest George Hopkins of Southern Manning of Glenvillc Cia. ana Augustine. spent Easter with his HARDWICK
Several members reported on I Schwarz of Uroward Avenue flewto Methodist Church, Jupiter, and PERSONALSWe friend, Mrs Zona Dasher of mother, Mrs Rosa QUI le\ = : ===sREfEPFIONISTI: BETTY .
the district conference held March Kingston. Jamaica, to renew Mr. and Mrs Don Smith of lupi- Glennville 1-----
16 in Stuart. The president thanked old acquaintances ter, Mrs. D. Willemen, Mrs Ross are happy to welcome Mrs :
Mr Rosa Quigley's sister, Mrs
Mrs. Rollison and Mrs Mc. I Accompanying him to Miami Witham, Mrs Jo Spencer, Mrs.K. Jo Spencer back after an absence Grace Lofland of Bellmawr, N. I VOTE FOR & ELECT
of hat sold her
few She
Clung for their excellent handlingof International Airport to wave bon Wilkerson, Mrs Genevieve a year J'
J., returned home after spendingten .:
home In N H. and
the registration and art work. voyage wire his daughter Mrs. Merritt, Mrs Rosa Quigley, Mrs. Hampstead days with relatives While here ,
I returned here live.
The council voted to send an Harry Kahn; his i granddaughter Madeline Pedcrson, Pastor Charles to she did some sightseeing in Key WETH1NGTON\
and husband Mr. and Mrs Nick lennclt. Mrs. E. Godfrey Mrs Mrs. Winifred Thompson, Elaine West and! visited her niece, Mrs. I JOHN
Prosk and granddaughter, Elliott Rice, Mrs, George Shelton, Thompson and! Mrs. Madeline Pcd- Jimmie Myric in Mir mi. En route
Coral Gardens Group I Margo. Mrs, Sybil Robinson, Mrs Vera ersen spent the Faster holidays home she visited! another ,sister
This time he flew by jet to revisit Gilliard, Mrs. George Corlcy and! visiting with Mr*. Pedcrscn sonWalter Mrs. Maggie Anderson in Jesup, s ,
Will Meet Sunday scenes he had been familiar Mrs. Helen Johnson-Saundcrson and family in Jacksonville_ OaHEARING. JUSTICE OF PEACE

Coral Gardens Civic Association with twenty-four years ago, when -- --- 2N J) DISTRICT MARTIN COUNTY, FLA.
I he took ships to Kingston NEWS OF THE FISHMIOL I ,
will meet Sunday, April 5
He was amazed at the changesand 1 Will Work Full Time As
at I 1.30. p.m. in the commissioners Herman Kautch and son, Randy AIDS 'j
room in the county courthouse, upon modernization return, commented of things that and the, from Puhokec caught eight Your Justice of Peace
trout and! one snook, using top-
only things that seemed unchanged and Coroner
were the beautiful mountains water plugs fishing the Indian All new styles at sensible prices
and scenic views. River Service on all makes of Instruments

..rswtir.wsssstaQrmrraaaaW Captain Schwarz was glud to Mr and Mrs. Cecil Preston of AARP-NRTA special program r YOUR VOTE
f be back home and feels he will Lake Park caught sixteen blues Free hearing test In home or offke

..rFoam remain here. However one is and four weakfish, using cut bait Batteries, cords, molds AND SUPPORT
never too old to try new things fishing the Indian! River. Phone and mall orders for butteries and cords
Rubber & Upholstering the captain is eighty-seven years
MANAGER I Lake Worth, caught five snook v .
SALERNOShipyard Home Demonstrators and three bluefish, using feathered Acousticon Hearing Aid Center
jigs, fishing the Sun Parlor

Inc. Plan Get-together area 709 ORANGE AVENUE, FORT PIERCE 461-3266
ATlutlt. T T.fe11CHUCK'S (P.M Pollllol Adv.rtl..m.nU tl
PORT 1ALFaNO There has been a change in Mr. and Mrs C W Staffordof .
the Fishnhol, -- --
plans for the Homo Demonstration caught seven
Club They are to meet Thurs. drums and! five bluefish, using cut
day at the agricultural building on bait fishing the St Lucie River.

SERVICE AI lA. instead of at the civic center I I Mr and! Mr. Sherman Bates Look what Ford'stotal

rich.. M..h.. of West Palm Beach caught nine
D.uvM STANDARD Dm' As this will be the lust meeting trout and two snook, using top
the season, Palm City will join water plugs fishing the Indian!
Salerno in covered dish I
a get-together River
287-98(4 luncheon to be held at noon
Railway & St. Lucie Ave. Fred Roberts and friend ol f
Port Salerno PTA \ViIl Elect West Palm Beach caught eleven performance laboratories
weakfish, six croaker and one
Road Service Hibiscus Park
trout, using live shrimp fishing
Open. 7 day. a week the Indian River
7 a.m. 8:30: p.m. will be a Parent TeacherAssociation

-------- night i i the meeting school cafctonum Thursday r i PtR\It'S: COVE NEWS'
( in t at
brewed in i weekend !
730: Officers for the 1964-65 Visiting this week are Jack and one
term will be elected Members are and Charles Sandburg ; Mr up
urged to attend. and Mrs. Tom O'Neil anIOn! ,
Ii1Iii I Mark, from Mentor Ohio, and
' CIVIC ASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamb and

r 10 Port MERE Salerno IIIIKSIMY Civic Association daughter, Jan, from Stow, Ohio, Open competition Is the super.

JACK'S GULPSTATION will hold its April meeting at the The Hobby Club met as usual I proving ground Ford uses to test its
civic center on Thursday at 8pm on Monday, with Ruth Border I
and ideasto
modified its
specially cars
I as hostess. a A' 4' (
Mrs. leon Conine entertained the ultimate. Every time Ford
I All S.rvl" Guaranteed Thursday was cook-out potluck
guests during the weekend They
supper night. This was followedby goes to the races-win or lose-you
.Jack Saunderson, Owner were Mr and Mrs Shirley Oonmt
slides, shown Davis
I by Vernon
AlA Port Salerno AT 7-2028 from Luko Worth and Fred Atkinson and Jack Bush, and always win.We always learn some '
\ from Golden Gate games thing that helps us build a bettercar. ;:
------1 Easter morning the park's Ira ee
ditionnl Sunrise Service was held In one weekend we had two of aa

at poolside A solo was sung bv these "laboratories" running-the ;
Grace Desmarais, a duet by El- ,
NASCAR stock trackat
fie Nev,house and! Neva car
George Robinson and Rarmond. Bristol,Tenn, and the punishing 4I Q 41
again cooked the ham and! '
eggs 4
road at tLU
5.2-mile course Sebring
for breakfast, which was servedto y r, rArctre
t( sixty-three The hymn sing in Fla. Here are the results:

the evening was attended by thir ,

ty. Easter music was sung by the BRISTOL 2SO.MILE STOCK CAR RACE: I ;b t'
morning soloist and! also( June yyatr yrapat' ,
Lhrhardt, Duta Moore, Jean Ol- FORDS 1st AND 2nd IkP 6 hauntooted
colt Pete Newhouve and Arthur This tough, tight half-mile oval revealed a rd' Fnu
C [rick lIOn. Ice cream and birth. new dimension in Ford V-8 power and under
rs r' day cake were enjoyed, in honorof cored Ford's superior handling as Fred
Effie' Newhouse and! Jack Bush
Lorenicn paaaed the checkered flag nine sec
Ford handane sass big lanterns tha anad haiI.mda oval,
onds ahead of Fireball Robert charging
F3 Galaxie and a full lap ahead of the third

place Plymouth.



*" Through 12 endless hours these incredible
M'ellir ,,, !
little V-8's ground down the world's finest

i road cars. They broke six years of Ferrari
domination by outrunning and outlasting

every one of the famous Italian GT production eAh r h

can. At the 10 pun finish only three ,

special fnlotvpt entries were still ahead of pin? u e D
County Commissioner the flying Cobraa-nd then were five Cobras

In the top ten.SEBRING.

II from District 1 STOCK CAR RACE:

tat, FORD; 2nd, FALCON; 3rd, CORTINA

Run the day before Sebnng's big one, this
FRANK: ,v. w\cn\ To enable him to continue his co-opera- 250-kilometer contest for international stockcars Ja

the rSi'SS with a livc efforts for Progressive Accomplish. proved the total scope of Ford total
Troves tu all performance. The entry list had just one big

Martin tount,. aunts in All Mart in CountyHis Galaxie, one compact Falcon, three English .. .
Ford-line Cortina GT's,and they finished J just
Record Shows leaderU/ in that way 1,t, So fOAl|>wnrmC<>Mlli e at velar eI&*>nnc...sod tM work pant)..''.

Yes, the total p
I J Four; Inning U.S. No.1. Paving Martin Grade ran full bore in one weekend applying the acid t

Rebuilding Jensen Beach Bridge and Drawspan test of open competition to our can and en- lft
We're convinced and have the
linN we
I Manning High Level Bridge at Indiantoun
records prove -that there's no better way
Maintaining County Government with No Tax Increase to make can better,fast AH you have to do to t !k} II

Development of County Recreational Facilities convince yourself is to drop in at your Ford

Dealer's and take a test drive; he's got can ...........
Promotion of Clean Light Industry for Martin County that talk for themselves,loud aDd clear! ...
can ,, .
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Three Democrats, One Republican Ir t ; 1' 1

; County, City hope 10 Coi/ect/

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:( Out of .. tv
Candidate Stepping \( _
\. Railroad Lost Plea

Commission Race Dist. 3

m I For Reduced TaxesI

'." i candidate for a county office Mrs Pierce s a i iii Marchione his withdrawal is received hher cjr'
artin County has indicatedhe would! remain a candidate until Iin writing He must forman Ilh- : I .' f Hoiuli\ I td.t ( oisl( Kuil, lower assessments

will withdraw from the draw no less than thirty ..1.1be'j ... ? I I.I I h iul.ilost, a three\cai Martin. County should benefit

5 primary. fore the May 5 primanMarchione inn I hilUnsc, on Us 19oI I I and! h\ payment of a .16,85098 railroad
ohcrt Marchionc of eI' Youth Charged in 's withdrawal reduces bit-& I'll' .i-sid dilations. lax bill for 19<,2. the ( it>
an employe of Contractor the number of Democratic candIdates I I tu, tin, s Railhead 'Assessment ot Stuart is owed $1,439 i m
Siegfried, has indicated he Salerno Break-in ; -- 8"1, li.ul, (sliced! a valuation of railroad tax for 1962.
withdraw as .a Democratic Guns Ammo TakenA for the District ionium '.t n, '011 IMI) on I the railroads The (1961 taxes not involved
for county commission- sioner office to three. One Republican wrvriv v 111 twelve Honda coun- in the suit : $47,920:

tfjbf District 3 (Port Salerno- sixtoen-vear-old Port Salerno Walter C. Owens. has no r. lie M; and city, $1,311.22.Chester .
Hohe Sound). boy has been charged with opposition for the Republican noni 9 Dm ilii I I l', muinliuncd! that
t that Marchionc breaking and entering Shclton's 'Is hnUiiif. wuo woilh COOOO-( ( () Alan Arthur took the
jJ'he report, mat ion. I { .
t came from Sieg I Variety Store at Port Salerno and a al 1r. 'MM 'm [I'K.I and l orals rrrJdin : Jack c: Saundcrson. incumbent 'JOI'( :'lh' resident. 121 Lexington Avenue
a telephone call to County taking five pistols and several boxes ii
!Clerk Dorothy Pierce of bullets commissioner, and a Port Salcrm huh\ ", Iliuh M I i\loi ol theI New York City, on Sept :20, gIll I
'y.lr. Pierce said that Siegfried Sheriff Roy C Baker reportedthe service station owner is ,I Dcim I I eah i, i Imnl\ < "nl ( <''ml I ills. at 2 n m utter Ihc death ot President l.i
reported Marchione would not youth was arrested Saturday cratic candidate for re-election m.scil! ill, ,niuts, I 1.\.1\ i tar (lit' (,arliel have the time to devote to a po- morning. Three of the guns and Also on the Democratic Ballot, .------ .. ---- n .
litiqal campaign Siegfried\ was withMarchione four boxes of bullets were recovered is John B. MacArthur. Hobe Sound
when he filed on the Entry to the store was gained restaurant and motel owns end 1 VOTE FOR
,lastday;; for filing. through a buck III indow.j real estate broker
Lewis B. Preston. Hole Sound
i I caretaker is on the ballot is" "< {
Democratic candidate t lor t h o HARVEYH.'PILEY
j SERVICE. commissioner |x>st. Preston is the ,\R r INHIBIT\ IS SI::I' the I first painting in nonlhl+ ,.t-xhihn ot I local paintings\ t is set up h\ .
I only !Negro> seeking a count officein Joe Kcllchu', \\1 nCI ol thi Art "Marl' in Rio and Paul I(innings. treasurer ol' lard lediral Savings

.t.4 on any investment matter Is as close to you as the nearest the primary and loan I Association ol M.,iron t Quilt. fhrci paintings' In h, .IIIII\I\h\ will he" ixhihiled each month
tJt>, HIRSCH office.,1t.P Exhibited on iscls In the lohhv of First I I'e
r Merit\ Exams Are Icher Salerno Ships artl.! bv Scott Feaster and (behind lluimngs) (Port Salerno Bui House' by Kelteher.- I

\' \ At any of our conveniently located offices you'll find the - -- -
'rrb'1" full-range of investment facilities at your disposal..from an Set for 2 --- ..
May -a) I Iciir Gunn Jr. Is
: up-to-the-minute quote on a "blue chip" to one on a little- >

known foreign security. from opinions on a single stockto For 77 Posts WAR r'-IEE S'FILED 1 Republican (Head; t" [ / need your support/ for

s Municipal review Bonds.of an entire ponlD o ...from Mutual Fund:; to usawsrsa.asrraa Merrell Resigned

," (, Examinations of special importance Note: Th. tr.n".,'tlonIIIO rteureaalven Thomas J. 1 Dmkms 'u> Robert At .1 i meeting held Tuesday
Even more important win be the Interest shown by of to experienced accountants b.l"w "r,' .iin+oted alum
any elate revmiuv '.m'nrriaed toSi F. McRobcrts Ji as trustee lotI March: :4, in the community( room
Registered Representatives. trained to help and guide engineers public health workersand ,. d.da "I Ihr .rate or 3. I
.. I lest norlherlx lour te.t.) and all of First National Bank
1 Sv you, the customer. So the next time need college graduates will be con- canto per Sims III whelpeondder.tlan '
l you ducted on May 2, according to i I. 'uonInnl .1"'h of lot 2, block I IK, I i.iiier Addition resigned is chairman ol 5 PRIMARY
r..llllqII.hnwIII IIr u.to- MAY
help,think of<< us.HIRSCH. a. .
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Florida Merit System Director Gerald .hlpa lOr .hullii'111111,1., ,wh. .'r. no. $10,000.( Iho R"I"hlicllnecullvo| commit ,
money ehenee. .mp.Indlr..le .
L AoIv.rU..m.nLois \)
Howell ) a ", .IIdll.1I1 Y mlllllUum Everett Antrim( to I:iigc-iic lllaek 'tee ol Martin (ontilv I'nl.l Piillllcal
& CO. .- The duties i and admittance $'h.re Vttlll'more' There.romp,air, rare In.ixnre.pl.' ... don I ot V block 1, Mjiialec Cove Henry (,nuns Jr. Martin ('tJunIY's
standards for each of
seventy-sev an In.Irttnaall Ih." nrlnul' subdivision $9,000. only elected Republican of
Mwten Hew Vs.t sw bdboiig.s.d.UN,he.*iMpM job titles offered in this state Ir".r"I, bill .
en value or a 1'rI.odl.fttlv Sam Rhodes ( onslruction, Inc. ficiul -ha serVI" a member ol
the comptroller 0 orflre
108 South Second Street Tort Pierce wide examination, as well as appli- Inv.ollul" t'h 0 x e c.... In to Richard I L: Welker. I lot 19. the Hoard of Public Instruction
cation blanks are available at whlt'h I... .'"mp. appear 10 I I. Heights. $11.000() ) was elected as chairman of the I'auline and Nell
section Legion
State Services Offices have been plated' Ih.II tax 'n' : ; ,
C Employment arrant ml, The Niwiponilblhly hk.. IIn Willard W .king lo Francis i. committee, and IS now wiling up II
ATLANTIC 71100MAIN Applications should be mail- Cur the ..Uiimt- I stadt.. lot 30. II W. Uessey Addition the program ot activity lor thecleMion Are the I lappy Three '
-- ed directly to the Merit Systemno ed valu.llnn.WARRNIY year Mcrrell will remuiii
OFFICE 25 Broad Street, New York 4, N.Y. later than April 15, the director DlIDS IIIIDMurih : with the executive committee a+I 1't's
llilid.Accounting. That will curl and dye
( 23-30)( ) The 12-ucre-:! Honda f stale ex- treasurer up
Listen to daily market news and averages examinations i in- hiM at the New York World's ----
i l 5.30: ( -Station UR.1400 on your dial elude: Accountant I through IV. Charles H. (rim to Harold I. luir (I9i4d5)\ ( ) will tKcupy the Scvcnly-five per cent of the land I i for you Come sec
>t public accounts auditor I and II, Burkey I lots V 6, 7, 9, It). II largest Male kite\ except for Unit urea of Yugoslavia consists' ol I
,I, tar MOM' 9u I.f* ..... ...... Mule. ** ....P.is t.s.. wodb and account clerk H Examples of and 12, Smart Farms subdivision ul the host state New York mountain and plateuu Ixr
Pas a..s Mdea.a e.s.a Gass administrative examinations are: -
Administrative I $6,700. .
assistant through
IV apprenticeship representative D. O 1 Limes to Updike Partnership GENE' 1I1K CRIDII: MVN SAYS J"ff'

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlI l l IIIIIIIIIIlhIIlUIIUIIIIIII I I = I, aviation field! representative 1 I. Inc Property in sections 5. l : 111
1L barber inspector, industrial safety IK, 7 and 6. township 40 S? range "Good Credit Your I k

Notice is hereby given to all marine E representative I, economic research 18 E. $160,000 Partnership Most) Valuable .1: ,
I analyst I I. stock clerk title Leo Rose Jr to Updike tisset""A
and lien processor I, toll cashier Inc Property in sections SalonUIS :
'-| and navigation interests that we will personnel technician I, clerk examiner IK and 7. township 40 S., range )I MERCHANTSCREDIT Beauty
unemployment insurancefield IK E. 5nolo.( )() !
H have equipment anchored approxi. deputy 1. and workmen's D. O limes to Florida Fast t \
i I compensation field agent I. I Coast Railway Company Property BUREAU TfJ KRIS I Ol..11 RSI'N Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN'BLVD.Mil. .
H mately 1,000 feet offshore with cables .Civil ,engineer, f., sanitarian 1 in sections 7 and IK I township I WAI'ION):
Ii and II, sanitary engineer I through 40 S. range 38 E. SI.VX I PIIONE 2S744SJPlanning
Mf.NA: thru Saturday
I' the shore Is. III social worker I and II. and Doryce t). Appleton to Banja- *11R 1111: OUNH'S LKADINC: CRH)lf/ BLJRJ<.A U" PltllVK
H extending to at
social work supervisor I will also min P. Gamhee Propel in lot PROFESSIONAL: \CII\NGK: : BUILDING MIMKT
be scheduled 25-W, plat of Port Sewall $23.000.) --- -----
H land. Location is approximately 9 =_ ----------- Nancy I I.. Burke tn John FBurks
Lots 26 and 27. block I 12:
H miles south of the St. Lucie Inlet. This 2i FURNITURECUSTOM Booker Park, $IX( ). Qg
Alfred Forfa to Laurence I-
H equipment will be lighted at night by I MADE Mack. lot HO First Addition to ++ I Ifn r
South Jensen Height. $J 2.500( ) i "
i H 3 red lights in accordance with CoastGuard and REPAIREDALSO M R. Nelson to Bruce Scott "a:':'i'.a}t
Jr. WM> of lot 27 section 2, Harbor '
AIL T\n& OF FINISUESRESTORED. E tlltcs. SI.OO( ((). d di
requirements. e
H _
Albert C. MeCullough to Fred' ly;
= = W. Roberts Property in section
We have a complete woodworkIng
33, township 39 S., range 42 E
shop.Jupiter $6.500( i 4v I I'r'r I
DICKERSON IslandPAINTERS Kathryn Mae Fondo to rcdrio +
'I I Music enter. Inc I Lot: 5, block _
f & D. Kobe Heights, 52.(1)I\) I
Palm Beach Company to James [
Incorporated J. Butler Lot 19, High Point. I '
$13000) w't
fi STUART, FLORIDA Willie J. Williams to Wclla B s
f i Clyde R. !McGee, Owner.
Mason Property in tract 6, Booker I,,) ,'j
I AlA, HOBE SOUND, LA. Park. Stool I <>0). ,


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i PC:- lots 29 and 30.() block 42. Dixie I'i fe
Park Addition No, 4. $200() ). I
R. H Crane to R, H Crane and I '
I lydid I J' Crane, Lots 10 and 11' ahead
I I FIRST block 6, Salerno Shores, $100), 1 1i'
John D Leslie to Edward R : :
: Johnson Lot 40. Crossroads Hill to serve
+ A
subdivision $2.300.) FM' i kia I
Alhert II. Klee to Thclnm M v
Parks and Alice Hickey. loOt 18 betterNew
1 block *, Indian Ridge subdivision you
1 MORTGAGEr I $9.WX( ).
; William F. Murin to William
D. Rigdon Property in lot 75 and improved petroleum
Grant. $9
Uomez 0. Better hula for
William F. Mnnn to C J. Blan- product

j CORP. ton Property in lot 7J, Gomez' x s rr buaineM and Indu tr)'.Thcae
Grant SIt1cO. d' r
William I h. Mann to Gertrude I i rp are the South' ID64

Wanchisn Property in lot 75 Gomez dividends from Amerka'a
Grant $1,050 '
'I OF, STUART St Lucie Lands. I Inc, to Coral most modem oil refinery*

Gardens Construction Company recently opened by StandardOil
Inc loOt 34, Sea Gate Harbor ,
$2,100 i at Pancagoula. Morepoverfuluo1ineldoeiped
I Irving C Van Brooker to Dorothy :,
1i R. Kant Lot 10. Block
= COMPOUNDED '7. Golden Gate Park. $ 100. I to give you betterpetformanc.
Eric Anderson to Edward HYcra I 1 r tlJ f
1 ..) QUARTERLY Lot 64, Jensen! Highlands I A y and increased
370 mileage-are almotft ready
James B. Watson Sr to Albert I IBuratl.
-.:! .. Lots 13, 15. 17 and 19.1 for you to test la your car.Youll .
block 58, Golden Gate $1,185)! <>(). y4r .-
I find them soon
: = Henry linen to Alex o ron- rd
hans. lots II and 12. block 164.,1 wherever you aea tho
Port Salerno. 5800.SEPTIC 4

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t-C THE STU\RrfTV..) NEWS Tbiirsrliiy April 1, 19
.- ( 4 >>.......... ...It-ll "').. For Results Try Late Evening Angling;

1.1/ Huff and. aUKldy Color I ) 11 0-4 Bptuta NpMlal PMtura !
.0 COMPLETE It An.war. I l,>a.. ,
TV PROGRAMS Hollar. Urvyt It )Dkwav.ry t4II

10 lo.- .... .IaQ's" Laurt sod a..

.. ....' Hoauot tCokWl: liOO: .-,-, PfBMMIv. oa 0..1. .. Publicizing Us
4-WTVJ. Miami I OiJ WSTU 0.4)).. !lu.t-0. llatlnga ah. *. 10 IU.rov.rl.pi. IB Nrlar I Has Been
h.WPV. Palm. Buck (MB,0.1, wnr,. In thla) mist 10.. 10'--1 14VI1 Sbjo.. Watok. On Ik* ......." Oscar Godbout

t h. 7 WOKt.. Miami OTHCIth Tk. IV program ll.tlng. ... Mural..). '.T I" ft"'U- tiSO-7 "KBO' 1'1... tutor*

II Wt.BW.TV. Miami, (ABC,) .4 by lh* '*J.>Uli>. nalton Th* ma- 10.10. T MHO' *.... ....*
I )WRAT-TV WMt Pita) BowkiARn art fc.wa la aot rwipooaHlla. for any U iM>-.-4 Bin tin 1$. miles register I m r-ionua
... Uwula tk MII, II Tap But IMIWWMLtwaaaajicr until fishing grounds win.. seven
program .ho.. t-T O* Then in fast. succession .
It-It Ctrtoonl r.* Oamif Cii.e 4100 4

w EON F s n .v v TI1URSD\'-Continued. I'40-4 *oy Ik .... -7 tk* Says Sectio'nBlessed darkness fell. I caught six nice oit' Hmm if the New York unto
..T PliryIt us a.. .the ream( begins ,
APRIL 5:000...)).. 'llanjo Billy)) 4itO! -4 TVlaltiUlointary speckled perch or cral'rie. topped "In thu vicinity must he true

r t PrFlun Fit.).,. .II ....11.:.) and OwallA'uraxxa I .u...., off blue-nosed bream to veer northeast On the offshore says so, it FishIng
Mornlnf "' T........... With with. a big
10.11 Donna writer and fishing guides are the
KM l. 'I... :: fish I slipped found grouper
(11._ in Monitor ..MPIitso > A1540ov As I caught each reef can he
.. TMM Ctaji ('3_ .T I)'. Klldur* ._ it he handiest innovation This most amazing optimists. They li\c
9..4 MwvlB. TttlVMovl. It-ll My 1hi.* kol. II,100--4 Sly Kta* ,.... on to i red snappers and niuuonfikh

'. My FHaad Pllrta' "IM)1. 1 .,00-4 Perry ManolIt I Pnaltoa .., Wild .. Many Species that has come my way recently, a wilfish lurk and the on hope and great expectations

in 10--I* A WiMr W rMArtmnoo f wKaj"1 3 ....... 18-15 'ru.09.r1:00Il .. stringer of \ht.pound 'let t nylon IH where tha I bass il
Stump I';rT'\\ SKaM Pram* All II,. lwraka,4. > itself on its high catches If a nine pound i caught mSt
II Knanrn < ) I'UI $ "JO-1 QO. .. monofilamcnt area prides
lluaayIt O.ll load
(Raaw .. M,mo** s. *l12il (i30-.., Hat! icolorl ._. '''. M1tI. ,..... lSy IRMiT IVONSIn had been I' and releases of I the IIlamorou'fiSh.en. Lucie Canal. as really did happen .

(-I MOTM "'*" N)1 Hun" It-ll Jimmy Dia Kb.. _' : ; ) :: MM* win' Aaaw.n Total. fishing time the other day the canal i I'

I '' Cubing experience the I about) one hour-and the most productive "
Movl. Boy *a'4I30 :t.:. I 3S_ buss A skilled
1 10 VmtMo t full of big old
-4 aluvla.' "Tlit Pawon ofI 8-7. "'..rr....COns' (tot, ).I II. ) aol ..41_U nmni, W....... ......t.u moot productive-and I h e moot had been the Us! twenty I "There are ninny other species;
I"MiuMnlnl" ? 101, Ih.alr. Call') PHI. W. ikw, minute of that hour. veteran' like! Don Dictz comes In
14 Amnrlnan UandaUnd s noT rwykctuxl nukxK are what might I the inside walcn
Mo.''h>. 'Claudia amid Oavlt" 18.11WI. .Adam. "tilL' ,_ '''- il.l.lln.. ) ;: : .! to he LIken from .
10 rHl.no ; in
S'..-* Pholualatini In-ll Hid) ( .*.ar (All I .00 4-7 BnplorlngIt Cv.nl.f he culled the ktillnvtn of the day As I walked up the hank shore. Ihc-t from Tarpon Bay with half a do/l
... ........ 10'00' To,. in hportaill I of kickIng from .the surf and ol(
.7 7"\ wi'.:n7"w'ath:: 1'.,.. Uunn Haturday Hop tiOO-l.f MMt. tb* 1'.*.. (Color) They are the half hour following the diirk with my string. en big snook and ",he snook art
11 too-4.1,.;.10 N.... Wi.').", IIpu,'. 11 Know Your )HlblaI 10 Mlo..1) 1'_ V.00w.. ... 'I fish and put them in .the ice I include bluefish, amberjack kIngmackerel "
III' Movl mi' ('IiiiidbiirmiILUsm the first of dawn and 'the
at .
II "'... ISO-HI Am. ) .. UandMaadill \I Ch.molonohl" 10.1,4.. light that I could have l.id\fish jack cre alle. biting like! cra/y (but they rcallaten \
chest. I rcali/ed \
immiml.mmbsID.4 11,10-il N.... Wmlh.r. SlM.Mi know tour Ilbtroo t.0 -IK w* Waul M 500. lust half hour before d.uk ,
On Hunt 1lt25 .4 Mu,). "Mirdor II. Knya" .' -, Ito r and tha /Hlorvf tilt-1 ball..., been fishing at the same spot from spotted wcuklish( and others, 't. Skill und being there at the
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I It 1'1.' W.aUi.r Upon.n : : I W.l.h Mr. Wlnard. 10 AII.I'.. I4.orr.bo.rd Those are the times before the t tI
lai.0 he hud in j just
I.s.uI ) additional
II N.w.iO4 '('olor) sk.flp Larasfltsry II llluliway Patrol ...30H."U.... *,. light winds. of the have arisen 'I noon on and not caught one : f-ishmg can right time with the right lure dul
Nimil' 10 MoI.loII. of Hnahlac:,,ill" (..30 -4 Mold Jourtwy t lluntaKt (1011.1 I Projmllno Flva (Isit.1 !! duy fish about allY lorm There arc a number the trick
1Iiil.w-NInhIe) lI."nl'\
I lh. Himonnif t rkirula and when. the afternoon winds sub-! I which
10 ..m ifKiti' in. Miivl.l.o ).. haotplonaklp Bowling ID llam So don't t overlook the twonttg' of free fishing bridges Never have I heard a fishing

laaaiiiK. 'I Parmlt4ft C".kll.G.T o.--u It Nlghtwautk4il Movl.I 10.U KnHMBxi IMf (Ookirl. I* Nigh i ':tilt,sp on th* laid C...., Hide The waters .take on a mirror- periods in ",he stillness of arc favored 'spots. Small boats writer' or a I'rofes.ionalguide comment
S I 1'1.-011. t'_7 M.., .... like silliness. r-ish cruise and feed
fiOO .
-- -- 44 ft**** -4 La l ICo'urI' and down the buys and
the "Well. it btautilul
N.-lIunll. BrlnkLy' | was a
day move
up :
Rl 1.008u1.1') "* Sixt t 7 Bill 0.... Hhow I last I
7iou-4 I>.aih. Viii.imiI. I I) A Y Ihaaiplon.blpVrwUinf" 11 ...... kixirta. W.alhar. ate Saturday afternoon I Inlets And in the surf, casters can afternoon and nice being oui-ol

f 7, HrriMilt Hui-kl.li.rry IIIIWo) Hound APRIL 1 It (porla Hluhlluhl. .30-4. My. Vavwtt Mania got a couple of Uonn pot-gut lop I Oscar Ciodboul I. who has a be seen heaving their long lines doors, wasn't it?"

12 v.... Art (Iron Mora. ; ( 1.30-6 7 (loud I.la 7 Ikitair Daiir*. .10-11 1 WaM Kmirtlw'DI.' ,' (Color! minnow. and went. out to St. I Lu' hrcc7V daily column Wood, Field' I out into. the brmkmg foam I always .thought ill it Bun I II

T 10-4 VhS II..prtsTI. (Same .. Mushy W_" 10." ProfaMlolial Bomlwi. Tour, ( ou-4 "axi' vulllvaa Bhow eic Canal, determined to calch and Stream" in the New York "Guides are available a' well us. Pruill parting remarks when he
7 Virginiannl. I
I,no..It'll IIUIK Patty unu H.rrlMII luk Nhowt.ui1ht.r" till(irar-*4 and 8ua.I.Mom. Hpma.l.r" Iiiarf of 4100 t Lat- 4'a HatllllM 0.".. ,:10-.It, A.7 .Grlndl.., aol Trial I enough tpeUted perch for sup'PC I limes (following in the .tradition charter. and party bouts" The .tackle I launched a boatload; of amateurs

ft::30.-4 tg.ppnM. pal0.-s: nunria* b.atrS0.30IS .'.10.--0.."A World ftporta of.hpapial Rnort, ) ItOO-4 k-7 Mod I lu: Am.rlra *. of the late Raymond Camp shops of .the towns arc well-stock out into tbe wjlds, of the J !Io"rlhFQI'k.
MonannaIi30 The
iu.lt "lh. farmer'. Mavta.. .tOO-4 0.11..11.. 4 l.lrlirlty) Cum.tuivu I nun was ( Ihe and John Randolph ) spenttOUpe ed and Ihe operators usually know were most t appropriate:
Movl "Tb. :
: 4 Vanlahlnf Am.
HlllblliH) far
:OO-4 B.v.rly hank .there waa disturbing.
t 7 Mr. Novak .....,. und where
..7 Th. Kim),' Iran 4 tanttiu I j : of v.UIn. this area what is hilling: Remember not to tIrIng in more
I..... tZ.im I:. 7 III.."*. llallad for Uadm." ID-It World u( Spurts n.7 lOs.. or .th. Work Color' ) hrcczc and. as I sell ltd mssclf im- Pelican. and of Stuurt lies that "
.m7 ', O-' Pln..n 10 Mon. "( ....,I.n.." '' hcndqiiarlirin) at. .the Due west than four snook or ton' hass hi.
,). 8,30oUka'a ....
(i30-4 Dick Vn D oa der hank with
7 tHv. koad to O.n.. It il a cut- Pudge my big about the curious plolidle--Lake( I Okec-!
I 10 It Our Man Illggln.lOiOO AlUra.o. Cknmplouhlii) Howling I I I I informed Times readers greal. ( warned. "If you catch. more thin
Er..).. 141110Ob"'a\ My LI,.) red dog a ninn came up who had both i bass ground, .
-4 li.iuir K.Dhow under chohee. ibis is prime
!. (.... .. Monday ....ot) 11 Howard K, Smith' I o superlative fishing mat put them hack in the watu
U.M-nth i been said
.7 Hour :001'1. and I
lll- Mu,). "H..b ) ( pur' W.aih.rt : ...... ,. fishing nearby : 'I'D11; Beach datelines .the hcav wciBhts are found
1 10(I Dirk "1'ow.ll ,I hi.).. : -a I. aud rantaiy" .I .04... HiOO-4-1-7-11 .tit. BporuIII 1: Stuart and Jensen and > The really expert camp opcrtor -
'himnnhi.IIi.414.II Ii00lt: Ms llumoraiuu. 11, I .. ... It.. calling it cjuits. I I've fished all over : he said There are a numberof
J H ( .31111..11. By* .MO.I. i In ono of his columns : cvcrvwherc is always amazed when SOIl
N..., Wathr Bport! 4130. las) Maa-nirie.nl) UM|'. 7 Outlook IIMS 4 Thl. t'mr Hmr"Mo I out there front of fact. !
in -in
I It N.w.-Hill K)..).) 7 Movl. "Tin) Pan Alley'tt4frt 10 Mnvk: Womiui In tha Window' I .),, Madonna of tO,. r\*>miIII I vou "One of the areas where nature': fishing camps siliialeJ. around it come in fishier. He $just t can't un
P........' Kln of 'lh. La... Moss." I waded it out, up 'to my waist- affairs .that Ihe lake easily reached from
11.211-4 Movl.) lallfirnla ti4(-t Kdurallon JCnuloau/u' I hat contrived its so or is dcrstand it and .tells about
ti4l>-t IMnator II....... Miami) 00000so'.d you
II'JU-..? )...whI witn i unity "....I. 71011M.nl..nl: I i and I haven had u bite (from
rnmhinnlmn, nf land und WQtCfresults
I* Un Ran.arII II Govarnn.nt, : ..f th* Poplhlwaua '. .the coast after that in
Movl.. -' pnrly party came
10) Call It 7
glarllirht 'This*a Day'III riablni, W....*., IpenttiOO HlographyIt Highway PatrolT.304 IoS.j ", .rIo iM I Speck One: I ;; 'i in hcter:than'usual 1 fishing "Cutting down from the lake earlier and left with mills
I ....... 4,011 Mo.). N. 0 "I I thanked him I
E. I for the inform-
- -- - Ja.kl.) Ol.a.on is the Jensen Beach.Stuart area( .the canals tint drain it. These
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N. -
BIWCI. Wathf' 11 "",,n.l.r ('I..,. : lion and as he left rigged
THURSDAY 7 N.wa. WalhrIt 7 Ih. ll.ul.nHia' up my ahput halfway between Miami and canals are fine largcmouth bass Special .traffic lights for I he
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APRIL') KM.nln I Movl. "Ar'..' th* WorldtilO ." 11 Hsot..,avI \ Y lightest' spinning, outfit, with got- Daytona Beach. waters and there are boat launching Mind have been installed hr.nl
-in iJs.ameat I 0:30. -. Ik. 1)rfok.r. APRIL 9 I in !
tilt 7 !.. Hunt IV Jo.y Ill.hop> samer four-pound test) line a fine "The .two branches of the Si. || ramps in most( areas I Blind receive special ke\s
10 1'1.' .., Wathr ; ;; No. 8 hook and a small split shot,
pona 10-11 t..wr.nr. W.lk MornlnitiOO I l.ucie River, the north fork and Visitors will find that ordinary
... ... I whea in switch
which placed
)K. ii Monda) .rtl .IIIt Maim.' (,00 ,.7 M".I.oourl.... Hour." I also a
: 1.7 Contiimtal, ClaHrooo put on a small (tapered cork
(:11-4 VunrlM BrniMtw 'Out))... '"'41lI..t of the DorsI I (.oaoPhil) Rllvara .I..a loon loomo.s.r Lxne., 01u. the south fork. join at Route I tackle used elsewhere docs quite turns lights red so the blind cancross

at HUtnry of 4j'h"Kh'd; Haati.y.I0htoy' Repu' 111-11:: Hollywood "'.1..* Varlrty ........ ono,! IInm."' o and suspended a top minnow about at Stuart. These forks! provide I well' for most fish here. Naturally safely
Mink. Ru.hiMa' .,. I
9:00-4 .
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7 Mast.. "My PrivRd. tll.ka I'l I If NlKht I.)If. if Id* loll eo... '10.10 11..': .-It 4 tlilllainak Unlouolinbl.l) .,l30-4 ColUm, of tk. Air .I three feet under it. Until about 6 nnnh pood fishing all year round. the lighter. the tackle. the betI ----

Afl.rnoanIlilt ti4t 4 ...*...-....... Cronllt 12 Thi Deputy .a.:. U'r'lt)',: ,*Clan"Scholari4 '; .m (Color) I p.m. Ihere was no action': hut as j "High up largcmouth bass, call. I ter the sport LadUish for instance

(K..,. a. M.is.ta..sa.t. ) t-1 N.oa-MaUis,. Brlualy 1.11.40-10.11 Mak Thai flpar* -4 N.". la ..'.. the sun started. going down rn-hirul cd black bass here are found with I are wonderful fighters on
... It N. 11 tOO-4, t, T, 10, U ..' 7 Hun.hln) I. ,
-> Ma ) Hi, dHl Uollv.ryHOO5 ) : Aliliana. .the far canal hank I I paid off I
Anthology ..h..... II ROB Coohraa' N... IliOt, -It Top. In Rnorta 1:61 11 N.... Watb.r was bream Lower down run snook. an ultra-light spinning oUlfit. Cre-
TiOO-4 World. 1I..n.I 111't -t (hamplonahlp) Wrwtlhi* = I with a two-pound blue cat How
111 Movl, 'Hurtior.iii.ii. Pt. 1 f'OO 4 Papaya I'layhoiiM I and valle willing battlers and
...... tarpon. i jacks are
04.1 Thnlr, "
4t30, -4 Mu... Kti-iK-iil. ,, of In* Nit' ." Optratlon. lltll 4 Movl). Uallor of Ih. iloi"I I.' Today I 1
MOVHApacb.. War Mis.)." 8.t..) I .IO-T Oth.r World TilO, 4 1'1.' .. I the SI. I Lucie moves past Jensen on light rigs make a real contestof can
t Th. Ua.ayms.orsII 11130, t Moo)*, "Th. 0,.). pit I I
.i4S-) rntl: .a..y Trav.LrEvanlnf ) Highway H.lrol) 10 N..I.U l 111 ( aroum I IIt Beach and Sewalls Point to it.
Comdy Tim OIONItY'olIn.rd11,23a :
Ti3O-7 Intwnallonal) Rhow Tim 1I'.II.ht Th...'.., Til,: -10 Hut Not' 'orsIt.s empty' into the Indian River the "No salt-water fishing license
lit.II llntry. 11,30-10 Wr.allI.i l.a Tasps Khow. RaUlnit Itl,,,'" I''
TiKO .. Vo.uatiOO a Intracoastal that lies' is needed .
Waterway I Is, although
.,00-4.1 N.... W.ilbr. Ipon>> .i34>-4 KouU ttI 1100, -It Torouad t -4 Captain Kaniaroo 10 Mo.). ) required one I overcome
I 1'1.' ... W..",.. '7 Bob Hop: 1.06-11 NIghtwateh Shaw No. | .-, Today 12 Btarllirht, Th..,.. between the mainland and Hutchinson I for fr _h-walrr angling. However

10 Ms.).. "...., I..d," 10.It Slur).' taw II 30-'t Championship' WmtllngII3S 1 It Do).'. C.I..... IliKO, -8 Movl Island At that point is the I there are limits" ato size
.30-4 ., .
,_ Iwilla-hl Zone
1,10-13 ee" -10 Movl. lb. P.t.rt Html II gunrl.. Th.atr 1.0 ID tlpanlih N. .
III-1 8.....' '.T Tw T. Tw "' .." 8-00-Ia: 0.,. II NI) bl"... Mol* St Lucic\ Inlet .through which I: and number on some salt-water
II N... 10-11 Th. Prlo) ,I. BlithtlOtOO 4iOa-II MovlNo." I 40S-IJ Movl ?
4 Alfrad ..1_II Caril. PantiSO bouts may move to 'the Cuilf Stream i I species Included are nOtk.ail. fear
9,30-4 Nw. .? Toaay (bowId - - my
t Hunt.le'.nklo'. Rport Paar RuportIt fish tarpon shad hluefish pomnano.
TN..., WwUbaiY. It-li rlthl of tOo WIN* 1I..nJnl.au.. .* flounder, mackerel, weakfIsh -
II Niitkt |.)If. of Ih. Gold Coil"' 141.30-4 Portraitvalt "I'RIL ( Ii4, 10 Advrntur rim APRIL 7 ,
.. .. U \\ Karri and redftsh.'Properly THE TRUTH
Ii4 -4 N.wa-Wall "ass '
.-, )N.HuaIo. ....k...' 10141-10 ...k. TOM Spar. Mornlni. 11,001010.10.,ln....." (Kln. on Herr MornlniI ;; I registered out-of-state. .

T100, -4 Pattluwt Junction lliOO-.-..T." ...... waia*.. lporte tilt-II N... and WatktT t Ivbbta Drak :IS-4 Sunrli. 8.m...... "OutllnM ofto. I I _IN TillS
boats have of
t ('.11 the Doctor II Nwa :OO-4 {'.,..oo..o..m.a 0 Moo'., Hathlni' R."I," Pt. a Hl.torr of Art' a ninety-Jay period !
? M 0.1.. 'Son of 8am. m" ..111Mo.I.' ." )., Northw.it Mout4 Parm Almana* 141 II.,), BUI. .: _lu Moll Turn.r grace before being:' !required I to o GREATBOOKCANDISSOUE
It Highway Patrol) T CartooniIt .
11r3' II ) par
Mns I'layhou.8:30a I 20-10 Hom.m.h.r.
Ti30-, 1'....... Tonhrht wIth Johnny Canoa N.w. 8u.l. ,.
11,00. M:ivb "III I II. Youn" _
10 MovIf. 'To Ih. Vic-tor")
I.T Itattloilsa Tiva u Comodv Tim.
t /,0.5 ant Andy 7 Movl.. llnlhlnv' 1I"u', It I
10.1$ TO. EtlotsOsiM. tOols,) IlO II Nlghtwatca-Varttf4iO 7.30.rtoo..o.elllo
Mornloi Playoou Afumoon
: _It Movl No. | IT FOR YOU
6 Airlcultur K.port '10:010-a: H.nn.wy: (to nm. m M"ol.. ....0U( Salon
-S TU-RDA-Y-- 10 1'.. Asritra .., Ray Wh.n 12,11M..I.l> .. Miith.r: I. a .'.....h.m.o" .
II Susrl.o Tb.. .
it LII. of uilr Fear vanish
RCA VICTOR APRIL 4 (tOO-4 Oo.pwl )'..0.1.... I0,2, _6-7 1'1.' ... I-4: Lao. nf a.)!. can -you o*

t Cartoon. IOi3. -4 I Lov. 1..., 5 An'hol..w Th..... find yourself itured, alt,
Mornlnftl T Hullwlnkl S M.r* Griffin' (Color) In M.n''
( (-4 Runriaa R.m.l.r.) "Outlltl)) 'at1Ii.o. It ()o>p.l Caravan 7 Word (or Word (Color) I,30-a PbI,.) .tro4rrs ofV:w comforted with new courageto

Color" TVPrrlltKMCh ., of Art' II Mornlna- PlayhouM 10-11 prl. I. lush ,304, 1II..ia, "Th. l..dy and 10. I forward
living 140-10 Armwl r 00*Mon (;Ot-II Ulv) ) II ::00-a ".on,. I 0,5,1)5") go -u you ponder
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NEWS- Lions Celebrate Kiwanis Jars; TIIF'ITt:. .\R7 ,(OlndduFWS: .Thiirutuv. .April i! .z, 1964 3-C

MRS. ANNA MIMAR: Correspondent Phone 746-K4J Charter Night abate Talk

Itaas>a.w. I
ro .r MYzuwsau I I Jupiter Lions Club celebratedits Coroc Call ol the local ">n.' ,. ,

BPW Club Hears tenth charter night anniversary I of SiHittcrj Bell KlephoiK ,,ui '
Account at the Hunt Club on S.lturllllat Telegraph Companv was thi sued EEF
I I a gala banquet for wives and $
speaker at Jupiter-Ilobe Sound k I
Of South American Tour : sweethearts I I warns CM* meeting last \eet

Bevb Blake of WeM Palm Beach Call showed a film Dialing
I was the muster ol ceremonies for "
11Joh.n C the Miles. which explained I the
to McAmnch spoke ever>where but Mrs. McAmnch the occasion and Jery Thomas' and problems t-tpEEF
the Jupiter Business I I techniques ( 01 1 long
fessional and Pro particularly noted the Fulls of president of the West Palm Beach calls A livclv
\\ distance :
Ol1len last week question
at the Iguassu, on the boundaries of lions Club legislutorund bunker
home of Mrs I and answer 'session followed the
Thomas 8d
Robinson Brazil. Argentmu and Paragua was the speaker( for the occasion
Bay Harbor
Road East I
I Following the tribute Tribute was paid to Shelton R. UilkJohn
Mrs! McAnmch.who. I Tracndh and H o w' ,I 11 i ,1 t
with her was paid Mrs. Richard Taylor for \\chh, the first president of the Club s
family' reccntl I Gibson Key members H
) toured South her i club Mrs Welsh
persistent and tireless work was a guest of
Karpf of Stuart and H. Blown
Am.erlcli. brought the color I
and in spearheading the of honor
excitement l of an project I of \Boca Raton were guests u ihc i
trip vividly unconventional I beautification of the triangle between Dick Stalls, who hid: been a meeting
to her audience with U. S. I and AIA Alternate
charter member of the ftlf'rnofluh.llnd
story and slides. (
The work of the Travelers Palm
C later
I a memberin '
avoiding the Garden Club, and ( 0\I11UNIf1' CIIORISMlllS
theyBy more recently Riviera Beach, \\aIven an
of : TUSinVS! 91 str
studied ways
the different the Town of Jupiter is shown in award for bringing the I.ions Clubto I
life on that continent and enjoy !the tiny park area a pleasant greeting Jupiter He 010Ia\ presenter' The Community (horus o I
ed the unusual color and scenery to visitors a gift in recognition of his effort North Palm Beach County held
The travelers visited ranches far The District I 10 meeting was an- to secure new members us regular meeting on Tuesday!
out on the Pampas( with furniture I nouncd for Sunday. April 19, at I James Dulcy and Dick Stall night

400 to 5X( >cars old. and "-00. I Clewiston, and a joint weekend were given fifteen-year membership The cht'rurepre ntina even ,
tear-old carriages driven by the meeting of the Vero Beach Pa. I awards; Henry DuBois, NCI area ot the north county, meets j 1 .
gauchos The' flew OVer high 1 hokee and Jupiter clubs at Jupiteron I DuBois. Raul 1 Rath, Gerald Crook each Tuesday evening at the ( on I
000 feet(peaks at altitudes of 18 I .- April 2V was planned and Lou Si me received. ten-yeur crcgalional Church. All who art
using oxygen masks. membership" pins I interested in ,singing/ are welcome
One of the trips took them to Patrol Sends
Inca rums, Safety James Payne, a transfer. to the
discovered in 1921 SlJ )..s.\1\nS HOLDS
Two Jupiter Club, was also" recognized
where only female skeletons were Washington I LAST PAR'IV PF SE\SQN
as a fifteen-year member '

found Throughout 1 the Peggy Hartniun daughter. of I Initiation of a new member Suni-Sands Recreational .H,a 11 2 / / dM' ,r y R MI, ,

erally a friendly unhurried continent atmos gen Mr. and Mrs Robert Hartman Curt Cook. closed the ceremonies was the 'scene Thursday night of ", ( ,. r
Golfvicw Drive and Dave Rich. the last of the monthly parties tor

phere Venezuela prevailed which, except seemed( at Caracas a huge ard son of Mr. and !MrsVar. 'I Women's Club Hears this season. I. Ml, JOIl'iSOSI.nlln! (ounlv agricultural agent,. samples u I Lucre (ounlv ( oubclle ho !presented the demonstration were

bustling city. pushy rude and discontented ren P. Richard, Pirates. Place Talk Telstar Cocktails and dinner were en- meatball morsel of beet (prepared. bthe 11h'l11heIhe' Florid Mrs (', S. Rndchiiiigh!. It I president, of the Cowbcllcs Association.
residents have been awarded all expense tours I i on toyed by eighty-nine guests In CohellA.oclatll'n. ,at the A&P Supirmurkel/ The f 1"rlll,1tleef i Mrs Hugh \Velchil!. tilts s. I' Vim Iandmghnm and Mrs T L

.. The_scenery was breath-taking I to and Washington David D.eleven C Both Peg old I Telstar" was the topic of the place of the usual program and Council reccnllv sponsored ,i beet l"un.t-ul'. .1 i ne-wide Sloan! secrclurv-tri',isiin.!' nl the orgim/ulion Also In the picture I
gy are years I talks, cards and other
------ and are members of the Jupiter I talk Don Bohannan gave at Tues the games wereplavcd promotion to educate. the consumer on UK many cuts uses and are Dick llcunux I inigir, of the store. and Fd Drangcl:
School Safety Patrol I I day'i luncheon meeting of Jupi ) during evening: ways \to prepare beet md its caloric VII II I.' Members of the St. butcher
The young delegates were chow ter Woman's Club .. .
IIFRK AND: 1IIIRLMr : ---- - ------ -- -- ---
eo as outstanding patrol members I Bohannan assisted by Henry'
Home Loan Talksby >y the faculty the school sponsors I Rondo, explained the workings of I I I and Mrs. L. L Beckwith, Little BKVM SIIMIHKI' II Duvid H.irp, Drew Wright. Neil Hilly and Stun Obluciynski, Brad
and fellow patrol members the satellite in detail using a modelto who have spent the winter. with Leaguers ('i.ltllKVIt'y I Ulit 1111) kY White Robert McAmnch. Glen. Dacha Dan' Mnroney, Mike 1 Delligatti .

don heroJd for 1964 They join delegates from i clarify his story. He gave his I their daughter Mrs Carole Stinger Dram Stmrdurf II celebrated. his I Dias, Mike Dwyer Don llulilcs. and Mark Stinedurf.
school patrols all over the county 'I audience an Insight into the tremendous and her family at their home Try Out Saturdaylittle eighth birthday al the home of ---- -------- ..
t for a tour of Washington The communications networkof Ion North River have returned toWayzatta.
local trip I is sponsored( by the the world. Minn his parents, Mr and Mrs Brunt !
(H{s the bert iid Palm Beach County Safety Patrol I I During the buinemeeting of! league try-outs for both Slinedurf Kane Place last Friday
Association and takes place th club, full reports for the pastyear Mr. and Mrs W. F Ihaycr Sr major and minor league players He md his young guests hud
(hom loa in chairmenand of Rummey, N. H., and Mrs J. I REAL
of( >Ntoe0 > early Local sponsors May. for the trip are officers presented Plans were by also made Hunter Need 0 f Dunes Acres, will be held at kiwanis Park on mi egg-hunt, go-curt rules and

t the Town of Jupiter Police DCwrlrmnt for the installation dinner on April( Chesterton, Ind., are the guests of Saturday following three dlIof games during the day hose honoring
under the leadership of 8 at North Palm Beach Country. Mrs L. V. ?Mmeur' at Palm Point. registration. Brunt were: Mik Culpop-

Chief Mayo, Jupiter-Flohe Sound Club. Carl Crosby Jr has been visiting John Brcwb.Jicr: president of per. Ken Schott. Darrell Allport. ESTATE

Kiwanis Club and Jupiter JaycccsMr Guests joining the members for his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl the Jupiler.Teque'ta-Hobe Sound -

and Mrs: Laird Minear and which the meeting followed and the Mrs.card games: Crosby Sr., Indiantown Road. Mr. Athletic Association, expressed appreciation

their children. Chuck and "Annie" Gillette, Mrs. Annette were Ruhl Gladys Mrs Crosby Is returning from a mission : of gifts of a public address Troop 156 Holds
Switzerland for the Churchof
were guests at Palm Point ]last Louise Wilbur and Mrs. John R in system, and t set of Man SCHOOL
week Latter Day Saints He goes to
1 Wilson. Riverside. Calif.. after his visit Musial\ records!, giving batting tin Court of HonorBoy

.. at home. "structions, which i : will he used
Area ,Women Attend by the, coaches: Bre"baker said Scout Troop I H6 camped
tnmsrit\ h..l"/. Mrs Earl Browning of Muncie, that work on the bleachers is needed
Flower Jonathan Dickinson Park lust
\\ '1 Judges ShowThe Ind, and her son, Wayne Browning and further donations would in
Ask the man who a !!,; of Xlacon, Ga., have been help with that project I riday night They conducted aeampfne This course prepares one to take the State
9 Florida Council of Flow. vuctaionmg t i in for several I Court of Honor for the
: er Show Judges, meeting this weekin weeks, they eltuf.e north on The first sponsors sign up( Examination (for real estate salesman or
scouts and their ut which
First Hank of Diamond parents
are Jupiter
Orlando draws
has home loan many judges Florida the
a from this this area Mrs. Alfred Sundai' touring on Garage, I ions ( tub of Jupiter Scouts Jon Klilgaurd and Michael,
Brownings were Jupiterresidents broker. Next class starting April \Vricc
Weeks of Travelers Palm Garden in Hob Sound Chamber of Meyer received second class scoutawards
1933, when Mr Brown
and Ken Stark receivedhis
from First Federal i r Club!Mrs Folmer director Sorenson of District' cluh 10 president and. ins was (principal( at Jupiter School (Several ommcrce.and other sponsors Rood Landscape.are need tenderfoot pin. of course $75 For more information[

K V" ) went from Jupiter. Others Mrs Iva Harri'lOn.ho has I ed. Others attending the camp\ were:
v' i attending are Mrs': Roy A. Blair, been spending the winter months Jerry and Mark Jarrcll, Tim La call I lobe Sound 5465295.
at Vero Beach E Mrs. James Kirwin and Mrs An. with, her son, Ethel Harrison and The girls' softball tryouts are tier loin Kohn and Jesse While.
drew Kouns of West Palm /Beach; Mrs Harrison Philadelphia Drive, also bung held on Saturday al I Adult leaders were W Stark and

Wondering what kind of Rift Mrs. W D. Bonnell of Lake has returned to her home 119 TIf Kiwanis Park James. C huppelku!' :._ _____ .. ..
-- -- ---- -------- --
-- -
- --- -- ------ -- --
to send? Worth and !Mrs W. S. Carper fen. Ohio. : .; ;. s rwr' r,' s
If you arc considering a loan Dclray Beach 1- i:

on your home ask one of your t !'<< One of the highlights of the Mr and Mn. Leo Brown of 'r" ; 1 : .
j f High Bridge, N. J who are tour. .sr; ; :
neighbors about First Federal at it ....V meeting the theme of which i is ? r \
last weekendin
t'I Aw ing Florida spent( .
; I Progress Through More Study s

Vero Beach. K "b' and Quality of will be displays by Jonathan their stay Dickinson here they Park.visited During '. ';.%: ." 0(" (I ..; : JJi: : ....iEjJ'"'",. (
the (lowerarrangers
The chances ore he has or hat some outstanding their niece, Mrs. Gordcn Swenson ..{ t. .
had a loan from First Federal on I I S.OCTAN BLVD. StUART F7: I I I The group in the attending slate. will also' Drive, and Mr. Swenson, of River 'r. 'r.;'N .'.'\#. .J.1101. 1 / I eu I

his own home. <7X-c. AT.7-2500 tour the State Garden Club head '
; oJiJj/_ .: .I. ,
quarters in Winter Park.JOHNS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallace of .
of families in this ,
Thousands '
Norfolk Roud and Porterville, Pa., ?;"
part of Florida have had or will entertained: Mr and Mrs. John/ .

someday have a First Federal mortgage hlcbcrling. Mart, pa. overnight ,.: I
Wednesday They were joined ut the uw s
loan. dinner by Mr. and Mrs, WilliamJclljvcn .y w
You'll find First Federal's service S of Pittsburgh, who are "' ,
spending the winter' in Jupiter. .
faster and -friendlier and organized : business I

for "almost instint" 'service Mr and Mrs Bruce Lmdtey rend
rs and their daughters, Peggy and
Their Initial charges are low, i Belly, of Wilmington, Del., are

and their interest: rates reasonableThey're he guests of their son- -'Wi"ran' .
the right sin to give you daughter: Mr. and Mrs, ,
llagrogan, at their home on Philadelphia I
"warm personal attention and good FUNERAL IIOME Drive this week. "' ;:,of this

advice on building, buying and fi gun
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Antrim and .
lancing. Air, Conditioned ChapelR. I their two daughters of Columbus, '

Ohio spent Caster with Mr An is
And allow to reduce
you '
trim's parents, Me and Mrs. Everett as
your total interest costs by making CECIL JOHNS RONALD II. JOHNS I Antrim, at their home on the .. ". .

advance payments on principal Licensed Funeral Directors -oxahatche? River ;"

when you aro able 1012 INDIANTOWN. ROAD, STUART Mrs Louis Dreschcr of Miami effectiveas IW :

was an Easier visitor at the
home of her niece, Mrs Albert
........ I.'s In...... x..50.000b Telephone AT 7-3434 :.
and Mr.
tlla ,....... ....hi.. ... .L.' lu.' Stannard Stannard at ': the man
.... C..naiw v_ ... .._ .t "I'11m. C 24-Rour Ambulance Service a Oiygti Equipment their home on IxMuhatchee River .
",,11iI ar 0wwa ..4 >M 0.r0..qt Drive -
.. ..1 Mty tlm.

(Copyrighted; 1964) 'Alt n. .. rfkr Frederick W. Derry of Sidney, ;;t";:behind it ,
", fbter.y 0lq British Columbia Canada! was f rt'
,t. the guest of his son, Joseph Derry: _
WANTA and his family at their home in St6kk, + ,
Palm Point lust week. Mr,. Derry '
COMFORTABLE: who flew to West palm Beach from You're looking at a grease gun + ,u'

MORTGAGE! St. Louis, went on to New Or- for lubricating In the
lean, Los Angeles and San Francisco carS .

H .10" __ ..rt.u. toM lewq,. before returning to BritishColumbia. hands of an expert it makes .; ,
load bur or Iwrror..S.
..l"i .1 V_ B eh.. .
Ulk M at
You! ... ... I' .>< in e..f..t.bl.. your carun better and last .
_.etllr L.1JIe.ar R..e.b4. .I. Mr and Mrs. Melvin White I r! t
an.t ..t.5.. sell of Wallingford, Pa, and their 1on er It refreshes the ride, ; ,,

Phones VetO Beach JO 2-J373 I sons. Jay and Tom, who have been maintains the quiet and ,

I the[ I u e It' of Mrs. Whiteselj't! prolongs the life of vital t. ,i l*
father' Harry f Jackson, over theEaster 't

FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS holiday, left Sunday morn- chassis components. It does y:r--:... ,1 ,

DC) all this for your car \\ hen r ): ;j; ? J". a
fc LOANASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbelland :, as
used You'll find
their UtUc daughters of Hollywood by an expert. f'-

OF spent Tuesday at the these guns many places. But r' ti4
Jackson home for a day of water ?'
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY skiing and scuba diving.( They ware we have. the experts. b ,r. thd a ),bd+' ati
2045 14th AYe. DIal JO 2-2373 Jay WhiteseH't guests,

Yen !Beach FtocMa LUHR'S JERSEY SEA SKIFFS"The On Thursday, Byron Barton of Your Satisfaction Our Business Always !
Fete Parking on 15th Avenue Baltimore, and Art -

HOURS to 3 daily ticep Web Ideal neck: N J.. ltn.Of.Yi; -
Boat for Florida Waters"WOOD'S
low student at Pennsylvania Mil-
INday.9 to U. Open 5.. 7 Fro jury College, and Jay, (or a twen C'JJBBOIb'Tcv&kflv

day tTMinf. Owed AI Day ty-mile hike through\ the wilder. f6 j'
Saturday COVE nose of Jonathan Dickinson. Park
Barton and Pryor were vacation-
Where Customer* Send Their

PHONE STUART AREA CODE 308, TEL 2S7-129I Miss Denies Ujkuu of Miami
i 1. the guest of her pindrnothVr,

See Our Good Used Boats Mrs.. Myra LartinS, QI4/ Dixie COLORADO AVENUE AT 1.3232JUPITER
. Highway.

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ID11r Stuart'# NtlU5 UONS COLUMNl

THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964 China's 'Emperor

Published every Thursday at I 111 I I East Ocean Boulevard, Of Blue Ants' Aim !
Stuart, Martin County, Florida
Entered u tecond-clast mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida
'" Is World Conquest

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION HAVING: just finished reading the book

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS "Mao Tse-Tung, Emperor of the Blue Ant,'

by George Paloczi-Horvsth, it teems to me
that it should be highly recommended for an r rr its"' kiL4"1
LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager
insight into the ultimate in human regimen
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, 4.50 per year; two years tation being planned for us all ,
$8.50. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rate) ,

Anywhere else in U.S.A., 5.00 per year, two ears $9.50, MAO HAS achieved the absolute dc-hu- '
Six months $2.75, three months 175. and ',', t!
mumzmg enslaving of the Chinese people ;
Foreign and Canadian rates on application : ; ,
They arc indeed, like ants or bees, all 600 '
million of them, living and working in com M a il ) _

munes, with all private ownership abolished

Suggestion on the St Lucie Inlet Problem .

ERROR, with fanfare" has been used

Why Not Remove Shoals, Put Sand and to execute to hammer million anj of shape individualistic the remainder(persons into : '

faceless common denominators, soldier-work ; '

Ashore to Provide Safe Route to Sea? en, working or drilling from before dawn i.. .t:..q M .
until after dark. Mao's grand strategic planis ,j. } 't '!' ... v
aimed at making Rjd China the strongest : ,. '

The capsizing of a sixty-foot fishing boat jetty might also add to the erosion problem. power on earth-and shaping all the rest of the .. ... 1" '! .-: '. v rS
and drowning of five persons at Boynlon One possible solution, which we have not world to be like Red China : :;., ;oo ., '

Beach Inlet last week points to the need for heard publicly advanced, would be to pump .:... tj..i:' ,'-.. ,,
safer inlets all along the Florida East Coast the millions of cubic yards of sand which THE TRADITIONALLY close Chinese 't' ,:r-: : '" ..
Only a few inlets have been made deep have gathered inside St. Lucie Inlet and for family has been destroyed. Husbands and wives J....' ,.. (f- .",
enough so that the Atlantic groundswclls the first couple of miles to the south of St. live separately in vast barracks, see each other :
roll in them without breaking. Lucie Inlet on to the north coastline of Jupiter for u couple of noun once a month, and all ,' ... ,"<<
1\111\ : : f
) : ,
The "break" or curling crest occurs whena Island children of their unions are placed undercharge _ri j"ilA; nN.." :'Idl:f.A"i'1: g'Il.; !;; .... _e.. '" tY
large wave hits a shallow bar, rock reef or In what old-timers refer to as "the old of the stale from infancy Religion the --.n

comes in upon a shoreline, The only thing days," back in the Twenties and early Thirities, ownership of homes, warm feelings, friendshipor ('O\JrrION\L GIFT The Hobo Sound Company has offered County Commission is studying the proposition. The 100 feet extends

that will thwart it is a deeper, wider entrance. it was always possible to go to the south kindness, private aspirations or ambitions, KM) feet of ocean front property on Jupiter Island to Martin south from the fill dirt in the right foreground of the pictureand
Here in Martin County we are acutely inside the reef (to the shoreward of the reef) are all regarded as "enemies of the state" interfering County on conditions set by the company and in exchange for would widen the public beach at the end of Bridge Road.

conscious of the need for t safe, deep inlet. and out to sea at whit is known as "the Hole" with the relentless production drive. rights-of) -way to two county roads on the island The Martin

Only a couple of weeks ago two women were off Peck's Lake where there is a gap in the -- ---
tossed from a.. broached boat and, fortunately, reef. THE GOAL is to produce more und more
rescued at St. Lucie Inlet. Now the sandbars have built up so badly for less and less, using terror instead of the clams Says 1,500,000 Are Not on Rolls

Through the years there has been an between the reef and the shore that breaks incentive system to get that production The
awesome toll of the drowned at St. Lucie almost t as bad as those encountered on the one boulder on which Mao has tripped has

Inlet and, as one veteran commercial fisher. reef are found at a couple of points nil the been that his regimentation has stifled the Last Chance
man at Port Salerno put it the other day, way in to shore creative spirits needed to actually be a might I I' v to Register SaturdayTo

"It's a miracle that there haven't been more." If these sandbars; were dredged on to the world power in the fields of science und tech

The increased popularity of boating, the shore, with a comparatively deep channel nology

handling of boats by neophytes and gradually created between the reef and the shore, a triple The expressed those Take Part in the PrimariesSecretary

shoaling condition south of the inlet are result would be achieved: the sand would keep THERE ARE apparently two basic reasons of the opinions writers. If desired, el lettersare

all contributing to making the hazard greater drifting to the south, protecting the Town of for the rift between Soviet Russia and printed above a nom de plume

Temporarily, there was an avenue of escapeto Jupiter Island; access to the sea could be Red China, a split which appears to be genuine but never without The,: News knowing of State Tom Adams ida today" Adams said, "there are cannot have meaningful, representative
the south when a new narrow but deep gained without having to cross St. Lucie Inlet and widening all the time. Red Chinais the name of the writer Letters reminded Floridians that voter an estimated I IS00,0x()() ()()() others who government in Florida
inlet was opened at Peck's Lake, but the when it is in dangerous condition; and boats deeply resentful that it was not handed sent in anonymously! are filedIn registration books. for the May are qualified but not yet registered until a substantially greater proportion
Engineer Corps saw fit to close that portion of caught outside when a sea builds up creating the nuclear bomb secrets which Russia initially the waste basket.-The EdItor 5 primary elections will close at to vole of our citizens assume their
fundaround conditions the inlet could 5 m, on April 4. It indeed unfortunate responsibility to participate regu
with is
safe re-entry emergency dangerous at go p rdle' an com
stole from Dll ION
the United States and peeved because HISTORY I ."
of elections
While there in
$250,000 worth-because it was held to be to the south, enter via the "Hole" and work in excess: mentary on our stale that so manyof larly our process
the two great nuclear powers have not 2,000,000()()() registered voters in Flor- our citizens have voluntarily de Adams said that Florida distressingly -
their northward behind the reef.
contributing to stepped up erosion on Jupiter way safely
yet destroyed each other. low percentage" of
Editor Stuart News: prived themselves of the right to registered
Island is from "sand
Island Jupiter suffering star.
Even at this late date, I still vote through apathy or sheer lack voters undoubtedly is a
In view of that closure, there would appear vation" while a glut of sand at St. Lucie Inlet this i thatFlorida
IN FACT, Red China squealed in frustration wish to send my heartiest congratulations tourists will not come to of interest t in our governmental primary reason for the fact
to be a moral responsibility on the part and for a couple of miles to the south has when the Cuban crisis did develop to you and the staff on area. When nets are placed one- process ranked J forty-second among
of the Corps at least to make St Lucie Inlet created shoals which are a hazard to navigation. not the outstanding fiftieth anniversaryand third the way across the water and the slates in the nation in the
'Time i
into immediate nuclear between is rapidly out
At least this angle might be considered as war historical edition of The Stuart drift nets are used, how long before for these percentage of citizens over the
safer.Main fly in the soup, it would appear, is providing an escape route-now that the one Russia and the U.S. Mao, according to the News. Stuart can advertise "no fishing the Democrat people and to Republican participate t in age of twenty-one who cast ballots -

that that extension of the present north Jetty opened up by Nature ut Peck's Lake has been author, sees China automatically emerging The descriptive story of Martin "'" and I urge all who are primaries in the 1960 General Election!
the dominant in the world if Russia wait until the 49.83 cent of Floridian
as power !! i Why spawning Only per
and addition of an equally protective south closed. County-itn beauty history qualified but not yet registered to
and the US. will!Just\,oblige, byu blowing! up growth and varied interests was fish and"' spawning beds are (destroyed phwse do so immediately. For-if, over, t cnjy-ojjg..\ yoti'd In*that election .
most'of!t their populations and"practically all told very impressively in words is a simple tact of life that we
of their industrial and military production and pictures; and it was a very effective Harvey Wilson, Despite the large percentage of
advertise this Stuurt-Jcnsen Beach --- unregistered voters m the state,
JVe Still Need That 'By-passed' Yacht Basin capacity. way to area part-time resident Adams was optimistic that a record
desirable it
and the many things to bring great comfort to us. and
: number of citizens would he eligi
has to offer.Thru4h especially to wife One
PALOCZI-HORVATH lays that Mao can MEN'S GARDIN: : CLUBIS my can ble to vote in the primaries.

I "'Yachts Go East and Yachts Go West be war expected and has to stated keep trying that even to provoke if China such itself a ing friends service.and your I relatives sent convenient many in Washington copiesto mail.. APPRt'I.\!SUPPORT: un. (wPAPER'S ed hardly gratitude U!. express All to personnel the the doctors deep in who feeling the treat.hos of all Supervisors parts of Florida of registration have notified from

I is involved, they could easily lose 100()( D C., New York, New Editor Stuart News: pital were as helpful as they could this office that voter registrationhas
; But Few Yachts Stop Off at Stuart or 400 million people and still emerge stronger Jersey, Utah, California and other The Men's Garden Club extends be and made two strangers feel the past been few unusually weeks.heavy If this during continues
than any other nation left. The author says states I have received many to you and the estimable Stuart quite comfortable in the hands of I will
am hopeful that we
the edition News a deep-felt thanks for your Martin Memorial hospitality
that the Chinese "border war" with India acknowledgments praising have record number of voters
The yachts go east and the yachts go west purpose of building a yacht basin. The News was to put its armies in readiness to sweep and saying it certainly made wonderful co-operation in help There is one group of persons when a the books close next Satur-
-but the yachts don't stop at Stuart supported that worthy endeavor, only to see down the southern slopes of the Himalayas them want to come and sec for ing us get started with our organization who made our stay especially comfortable -
Hardly a day !! but what to themselves and who, perhaps, do not day.The
passes seven
the frittered baseball field and take India after the hoped-for U.S. and last official statewide tabulation
money on
ten big old money-loaded yachts pass by away It is a grand edition to keep for We invite you to visit our meet. often receive the credit they de. of made
that could have Russia war. registered voters,
been built sub.
by public and future reference. ing whenever possible Meetingdate I refer
serve here to the Hos '
Stuart, either en route to Fort Myers past
or on just prior to the special elections
scription and finally the tux is the first of each "
was pledged to Tuesday pital
Again I want to express my ap Auxiliary-the "Pink Ladies. lust
their way from the West Coast to Fort Lauder. November showed a total 01.137.HOI
non-yacht-basm activities. AS IS WELL-KNOWN, Red Chinas preciation for the many wonder. month at the Martin County Agricultural Mrs. Otto, Mrs. Bloom and many 2.
dale Miami and the Keys. persons eligible to vote.
That's the "Great Forward," dismal failure. ful ideas offered for bettermentof Building 0 n Highway others whose names I do not
water over dam. The main Leap was a recall Adams issued special registration -
Yachts by the dozen crowd into the Lang-
Martin County and for the cooperation AI A. went out of their to be of
fact that The way
is the yachts are still passing us by agricultural communes failed to producethe plea to newcomers to the
ford Marina the Indian River-but
over on Yours truly,
In a waterway community which should havea needed food and the hundreds of small ( your newspaper gives very service, Never did they fail to state '
Stuart has a "yacht jinx" on it. Maybe wedont Ray Friel, with
to all worthy causes. greet us a cheering smile inquire
public marina attracting the cruising fraternity steel mills fell far short of needed productionbut President "In recent years, new residents
want yachts. Certainly what accommodations Sincerely, for our health, and ask if
such as the basins ut Fort famine was averted by purchase of grain Roscoe E. Glenn, have been moving to Florida at a
we offer are so crummy that we Pierce, West Mrs. John W. Stokes there were anything they mightdo
can hardly be surprised that the yachts and Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Mumi.Don't from Australia and Canada, two of the smaller Secretary for us One of my purposesin fantastic newcomers rate and of many of these The!!
Western nations which Red China hopes to ORJtCIS 10 NUT: ING writing this letter is to that are voting age.
their revenues pass us by. our merchants want the business? say Florida to
destroy along with the "bigs." Our own sale IN 'I lib sr tUnE NEW JFRSFYITKSAPPRKHIW : Stuart can be of this
If do had very proud
The municipal pier at the foot of First they they better start telling the : OF register are simple. A permanent
Street has no room to speak of and its berths City of Stuart to start looking again for ways of wheat to Russia also. points up the failureof At this time I would like to voice M\RTIN HOSPITAL group I and to urge t that the members resident who is a citizen of the
are usually occupied by more or less permanent and means to build a modern municipal marina agriculture under Communism. my opinion of the nailers' acts in of the community help in ev- United Slates and has lived i in
St. Lucie River. It disturbing Editor Stuart News: ery way possible that they might Florida for
the is very at least and
craft. It is
exposed to the northwest wind. And this year
time let's be sure that whatever be able to continue their
CHINA IS less worried by nuclear war than to see so many nets bung On Jan :25! my wife and I were vital the county where he wishes to
Many the of Stuart levieda
years City work
ago financing can be found is used for the purposefor taken to the Martin Memorial
other set in these waters and the waters register for six months is qualified
in the world because,
10 per cent utility tax for the announced which it is Intended if any government trends will have 770 being strained of the spawningfish Hospital in Stuart after our car Through the five doctors in our to vole in Florida"The
present continue, it
: also of fish of any size, I had overturned on the Sunshine family, including my own son, I secretary of state said registration
millions by 1966 and I.OK( ( ) million by 1981
would like to suggest that no nets Slate Parkway. I am writing this have become quite familiar with books will again
and.2.000( million by the year 2,000.() ) he allowed from the St. Lucie letter now to express publicly our hospitals and their personnel Never on June 1 and close open Oct 3 for

'Ad Hoc Tin Cents bridge to the inlet. deep feeling of gratitude for the before have I seen a hospital voting in the Nov. 3 general election
Committee' Suggests That President IN DIRECT quotation: "Seen from Maos It docs seem that the Izaak Wal professional and personal assistance which equals\ Martin Memorial in The books will again reopenon
I Peking, in the post-nuclear war era, America ton Club would be strongly protesting given us on that occasion and the consistent l endeavors to bring Nov 9.QUOUBLE.
Tight Poverty' With Salaries for and Great Britain (the leaders of the Western such: acts and would takes during the three weeks which follow comfort to its patients, not only
EverybodyThe democratic world) and the USSR (the leaderof ; stops to curb the depletionof d. physically but emotionally as well. QUOTE
the Western Communist world) would he the supply of fish that Stuart The Stale Troopers were efficient We would have given much Education begins to do its full
advertises to the tourists as "No in their handling of the not to be in such an accident but work only when the materials of
"Ad Hoc Committee on the TripleRevolution"that machines if he can get: paid for going fishing crippled for decales.They. would lose their bitter anywhere" But how long accident on the !scene and showed we are grateful that when it did learning ably and imaginatively
is the name, friends,-sent The idea-subscribe to the scientist t. Linus leading positions The poorest and least industrialized will 1 the supply I last if such' acts great personal attentiveness to happen it was near Stuart presented, penetrate into the very
a twenty-nine page memorandum to President Pauling; Gerald Lid, publisher of Scientific purls of Latin America Africa and are allowed' : to continue? Or :is us during our convalescence in Sincerely, marrow of the learner and set up
Johnson on March :22! the substance of whichis American; W. H. Perry, vice president of the Asia would suffer I least from fallout This is such a club anti-conservationist? the hospital. Manuel Ehrenfeld there a process of desiring that t twill
that everybody should get a salary check, Fund for the Republic; and Gunnar Myrdal, the 'non-white world" which Mto intends to No one can deny the fact that The admiltitng nurse showed 7 Allwood Place not be stilled-Nathan M.
whether working or not Swedish economist-seems to be that automation lead with the help of his Chinese hundreds of If such acts are not stopped many such skill and understanding as Clifton N J. Puscy

Taking its name from "the cybernation should also mean automatic money millions."
revolution," "the weaponry revolution" and How far we have drifted front economic wind working like ants with the guns trainedon I High Power Lines Don't Since
IN SUMMARY Maos ambition
!"the human rights revolution," these "AdHockers" reality! is gigantic Eagle!
I II i propose that President Johnson to make China the greatest military and them. Add to U.S. 1 BeautyIt Turned Into a Mole?
"fight poverty" with a government check for industrial power in the world, and then to
I anybody without a regular job Mobs Arc llobsVhatcvcr remould the world ut gunpoint( to the image THAT'S what's planned for Cuba, Latin is sad to note that several blocks of the Senator Fulhright of Arkansas has come

I They claim that automated machinery Color of the MobstersThe of his version of "Communist Utopia" America, Asia, us-and the world, if the new four-luned U.s. I through downtown out with the proposal that we ought to "fdcerelility"
11:mpcror of the Blue Ants" has his way Stuart will be bordered by giant creosotes util
I is going to be of doing these practically all of the mob has always been the ugliest and MAO'S regimented world, a terrifying enslavement ity poles carrying power across. the St Lucie and"realize that "Castro's Cuba Is
one days and that
production soon impregnable
most inexcusable demonstration of racial interest !because recognize Red China and otherwise
checks for all the nonworkersare which would turn mankind into a THIS BOOK, is of particular
government River.By "come down
I i just as necessary as private checks for the replica of the ant heap, is the perfect culmination it appears to lend credence to the theory no stretch of the imagination can sucha to earth"Does
workers. White mobs jumping on helpless colored of so-called Marxist Leninist pre that the Sino. -Soviet split is genuine sight !be deemed attractive or an inducement he mean stick our heads in the ground

They haven't said how the money is to be folks. whom they vastly outnumbered form a cepts. It is George Orwell's 'Big Brother of to encourage the high type of business activity while we wait for Red China \to get atomic
raised-but if machines can do the work criminal black page of the history of racial 1984" existing in 1964.( All spirituality und ACCORDING to Paloczi-Horvath, the split expected in the area. armament and supply it to Cuba? Since when:

they can print money, too, can't they? strife morality is non-existent his been widening into a chasm ever since We will get so used to them that, eventually, has the American'eagle become a mole?

: The real problem is who will tend the Today's tendency of angered Negroes to Khruschcv and other Western World Communists we won't notice them-but the tourist and
I I form mobs and pounce on outnumbered Whites THE SO-CALIED 'dictatorship of the realized that the Chinese strategy was visitor most certainly will note the ugliness of LLtCTION
... simply because of a difference in color is proletariat" is seen clearly to be what it is, based on Russia and the U.s. mutally destroying the creosoted pine forest. It is hardly the YEAR: TAX CUT

r equally criminal and Inexcusable the callous, cruel and merciless dictatorshipof each other. Florida he came \to see. WASECA, MINN., JOURNAL: "This i i is
The Swart News will furnish photo prints Mobs--white or black-are not the answerto one man and a few henchmen: holding the your year, Mr Taxpayer You are the forgotten
of size up to 8 by 10 inches of any picture solving racial inequities. Mobs are mobs, power of life or death over the "dc-humunized THAT IS an interesting: premise.. and makes When one is grateful for something too man in the United Stats except M one

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 whatever the color of the mobsters and, whiteor ants." the Cuban problem more deadly than ever good for common thanks, writing is less unsatisfactory year in four Never in history have you
II for the first print and $1.00 for any additional black, they set \the cause of racial progress There are thousands! of Red Chinese In Cuba than speech one does not, at least, been given a tax reduction except in election
print ordered from the same negative at the backwards.In HOW DO they do it'> One of Mao's"' f favorite now attempting to supplant the Red Russiansas hear how inadequate the words are,George years. That has been true whether the party

I tame time; larger sizes by special quotation. such: instances: the targets of the mobsare sayings is: "All power ConIC out of the advisors' for the spread of their brand Eliot in (power was Republican or Democratic Thatis
\ I Stuart New employees will not lake photographs usually innocent bystanders.We mouth of a gun" First, with slogans, they: of Communism. one thing in which the two parties agree. -
except for the news and advertising make this observance to correct the promise land to the peasants! then with an No, Hopeful Taxpayer the new tax reductions the best way to buy votes is with public money
columns: of The Stuart New impression that one mob may be "right"/ and armed militia they seize the land and all privately SO THE "blue ants" are closer than we apply to 1964 income taxes, not the From a party standpoint it is the cheapest way,

"' w.. another mob "wrong" All mobs are wrong. owned industries; and, lastly, the people think, 1963 taxes you must pay before April 13, too."

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j TII1J.L ...... Mrs ... """"" "'--. --U Mr and Mn. S H Roomer Mr and Mrs, Nick Hairilon ; TIn: STUART (Florida,, ) "NEW
lion was made b\ 2. 19 , nolth. who showed h (TWII Bradonwo. have relumed: from Lessen, Va. are tnjoymg Thursday April

BEACH NEWS I fern or a few fV>* rs Breeze Park News i homo after a Mitt with Mr. and (heir vacation at their home on ,

plement a piece of dr I, Mrs. Kirk Stimson. Hibiscus, Street. ProfessionalI
!MRS MYRTLE "III UI."or ..pondcnl AT 7.17M''S make it a Sirs Roxy Fjittilil, Correspondent I

...... .J. tI "" 'S '" a .,'", ., I I, It wu decided to Dr. and Mn. Draunke and Mr. and Mrs Russell! Yokum I fearing Aid Service
ewN1Ai1Mh mage sale in the u> \ family from Knoxvillc Tenn., are returning to their bom i n I
Home-Made ell-Gun' Proves Fatal ter on Saturday. April I]I To ider" have !been visiting her parents, \\cstficld. N. J.. after a month's I JAY A. BYRNE' ,
until Mrs I Chapter Mr. and Mn Ralph Hafdcinan..
--- m 4pm Aid
----------------------- a stay in the park Certified Hearing
man war named! who art returning to their home
hake sale: Mrs rry in Knoxville: this week after spend. Many attended the Easter service Audiologist

Garden Club Elects lat the plant table and! Adoisot Committee I ng the Mason her. I held in the clubhouse at 7 a.m,. II Specialists In Quality Hearing

Ivalh and Mrs Jack Russell is his with Rev. Tweedy conducting the Aids 1I.lttcriCEar Mold and
Speck upending
I in charge of the Park Chapter of for its members and asked those( of All Makes.
Easier vacation with his grandparents service. Several left afterwardsfor Repair
The following ,Association ol 1 Re like! i
who would to oiler their
Plans Sale elected for the coming : held its l.iM meet. Mr sad Mrs. Russell their Easter breakfast at Mil 107 Atlantic Ave, Ft PIerce
Rummage and !
ident. Mrs Calvin \ : season. at the experience knowledge to get Speck an's, others going to their tespec- (Opposite' *)l. Iurl Bank)
vice president Mrs J. ; Thursda), March in touch with him. Mn Charles Hull entertainedtwo live churches.We \ HOward 1-3035

The regular meeting of Jensen Hill pointed out that these will second, vice president an attendance of rERSOS.\U tables of bridge and one of are sorry to report that MisOcie
Beach Garden Club held Munch vice canasta at the cabana of Ruth ---- ------
was on provide future shade for small lackson received bruises and
Wednesday! March 18 with Mrs j!i plants become a protection against John. Korean; M.'rea\ the Mr. and Mrs Paul Sipe from Griffith After a very delicious! other injuries in an automobile
M Hill of Button-Hill Nursery the cooler winds of the inter sea Mrs Charles. Mrs. .. !. His topic was" I Cincinnati Ohm topped! to visit luncheon ith faster eggs and I accident in Smart. GA STORAGE
ing secretary) chickens ,
to UK) Penn Old. little us favor
as guest t speaker. I also games
give privacy to partsof Mrs Fred! with Dr. und Mrs. Kolfci on the .
n.thd treasurer \ More Mr and
Marled and returnees are
the bridge winners
She I dieting exercising were + WAREHOUSE
Her suggestions for displayed a
keepingsome Fort Lauderdale
The hostesses, Mrs way .
Mrs. E. L Tarof N J
of the wealth of material that made for giving I t the brain were dltuKi) McLarty Phoehe Cupsaw
native around .
, the home during the growth clearing of I color and attractive landscaping I Mrs' Charles \\ I it for the good of Mr. and Mrs C. T Hmdcrson Gardener. I ilhan. Towers Stella Mr. and M.... Ernie PfingMonCleveland the
C Sandell nerved Sorrell Rosa and Ohio and Mr and Storage by
were Mrs j neighbors and the entertained Mr and! Mr*. t'J Boone Alpeter Rosy
property enlightening Another \Jemon tra'
I interesting I' ments after the those who listened from Orlando just before leavingfor Enfield. Prizes for the canasta Mrs. Clifford Preston. .
'ing table was \ as they appear their home in Jackson! Miss. players: went to Evelyn Hairston DayVeek
: ed in an Easier motif and Gertrude I Mimes. hatch Hunt
I I NO INCOME TAX WORRIES! ly Town carry of through Ocean Mr. and Mri Fred Tyler held! won the floating prize. Electron beams, similar hut Month Year
ill have of the their bridge club consisting of much more powerful than thosein
. Contact I WWI Vets ... in the many commun two tables Wednesday evening/. Mr. and Mrs Harold Tucker a TV picture tube are being USED: FURNITURE AAPPLItMES
I lime Prizes went to Mrs T)ler and have returned lo their home. Long- used in the development 01'a high-
Clay Mitchell view. Mass, after spending several precision, cutting drilling and I AlA, GOLDEN:" GATE
I ALICE C. SMITH i ij Supper, i l Soulheustern weeks here. welding tool for industry
for the AARP,
Mr and Mrs Orrni Keith from -- -- ----------- -
covered the ad
The Barracks! and Robinson III? are visiting his
j LICENSED TAX CONSULTANT World War I Veterans hv the association brother and! sister-in-law. Mr. and
scars since its or MM Irvin Keith.
luck and social
I AT 7-M)8( () the supper scars ago. He. spoke!

OR \\RIIF-l: BOX 336, POK1 SVFFRNO: IIORIDV evening community March center 20. plan drug Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNubb! I
Maturity Mag- sponsored a lour to Nassau andFrceport
It was well Inn ran, designed Forty-three from t h e flthvlMOf
delightful I all.t Included program aW the aged and the park! left here Monday. and return '
by was t
ed Friday after a most enjoyable
legislative represen
leen Mavourneen
Where this emblem ii displayed, you are liam M arson of by who i is a trip Prom FashionsSHORT

assured of the /finest insurance servicein popular numbers >yit.all his 1 his time repre Coy I Strand Mrs C. (s. Richardson
ten-year-old Susan have returned to their home in
the land. laws passed or in
lections on the \ Sparta N. C., after spending the
the membership
given by Vincent winter in the park.
measures which are
Group singing
number after the interest of the Ruth Cirilfilh entertained her
request companied by Dick bridge club Monday afternoon, and FULL LENGTHFORMAL (
piano. >f an advisory! com- adding an extra table of canasta
On Friday. April V with the lake A luncheon a. served and prices
I monthly business where he is a went to Virginia White, Gladys
I held the Barracks committee i is com Stevens and Minnie Sthufflr. GOWNS .

I community center who volunteer their Dec Smith held! her bridge
those need group
iliary at the in
Monday allcrnoon KcfreshminKwere
.N The two groups will pertaining to law served and prices went to EVENING BAGS
the center for refre sales. real estate S
: !
Suikctt. Vinne Siamihorn
phases ot 1 living

'I Ladies Aid the/. president retired of I: and Cecile Thelma llarlow Casdwcll.entertained three
f Met 11' / Park Chapter tables of bridge in her cabana on
of the meeting felt
Tuesday afternoon Dessert was 1/ in'J
II\ The Indies Aid Biccre Park (hap- served" and the slum price went to
; Since 1921INSURANCE Jensen Beach I the same service i /cnna Richardson. Other prices CRINOLINES t/
1 .
held its regular
I- were awarded lo Ruth Grilfith.7cnna .
-- ----
I on Wednesday I Richardson and
Gladys !
AGENCY I Mrs. Newton M ', Slcvcni a
:: Mrs Sue Guise! as Club Sees i

e JENSEN BEACH AT 7.1411 Mrs Guise was I Mrs Irving Nyhlad, her mm STRAPLESS
It I of devotionals.. Mrs. SlidesI and daughter and an exchange I

/ -- was the birthday student from Sweden, visited her
1e Plans were made mother. Mri Kossie Mallhcwi, for /'
I sale on Wednesday I ) have left for !sevttal day and then took Mrs. BRAS
i I Guaranteed. Mrs Herbert I Camera Club had Matthews home with her t U> Caw
man meeting on 1 hurs. novlu Mich s

' In Writing day.the April next 22 meeting will be a I I ; showed color Mr. and Mrs Carl Marqiiurt \1t'
luncheon. I !! during the from Ualtlc Creek Mich, arc
spending "Mine lime with Mrs
the We do
TO WEAR 1RIMIY: 1\IE11101 snow year.scenes down Harms Gamut i'4

I 101 tS: 10.10'.t' were particularly Mn Dave I Ilileman''' entered '
The regular close-ups: on the Maritn Memorial I lospilal, 1 for
II C! : h:
15 MONTHS Women's Society of many 'Ohs and surgery and Is reported lo be All for a
ice will be held at audience. doing splendidly.Mr 1
: 15,000 MILES Monday. April 6 at : Ihe program/ man Lovelier Youat
i Rev Neil 1 Gunsalus announced thai and Mri Irvin I lloadley/ have
t N. M...., Down a program entitled I :1 : only one more returned lo their home in (Utica., the Prom S
PAY AS $25LITTLI dist Heritage. season N. Y., after upending the season I N
AS Weekly here.
I Us. your major oil c.. Against (read wear, alls A loyalty dinner from Hlakcly's 4
the church on Painting
credit card and departimnt road ha/ards and de. Other returned are Mr and J
tiara credit cards at 610: p.m., at Ambulance/ Mrs. Fred Frey; Mr. and Mn.
feels commercial use I church and
: ( project
to Mtabllih crtdll with George/ Wen n e r. Middletown,
v.. and misalignment! : ex port will be presented' has deviated Conn.: and Mr. and Mrs Burger,
and friends in the form
Kenmore N. Y.
y copied). All lire adjust- My Line." beautiful paint-
Area Samuri-
1 menls are pro-rated for he sold this week Ralph Terrio has been admittedto

month or miles basedon PERSONALS: ,' will go for free Martin Memorial Iopltal.VISIT / Use Our Convenient Lay-A.Wuy Plan

: sale price prevailing. Mr. and Mrs Anyone inter-
*.z of Melbourne and 101"", 'I the drivers of
Workley of Elmira, N Kirk Stimson H.ir- shop early for a wide selection of styles and sixes; -

9a Easter guests of Mrs. Barlow Mr. Id41
'til P.M.
9u John Open Monday Night 9
Deduct 5.000 Miles off guarantee on 14" I ires more and Miss Peggy! Togcncri. I I Ili
FULL CAPS conut Road Mr.
DUAL UHtS li O t
office in
t 4 LULL PLY 1st LINE AM PREMIUM: employe (the home of Mrs.
t Mr and Mrs. AI
wider heavier, more puncture resistant and safer Avenue to OUR FOUNTAIN
C They're Miami and Mr under Blakely's"Prestige
"2 iheupies." preparation For y.... '..orl.. Drink
I than new ply Schillmger of Buffalo Mrs Rollins
J C\P \OUR 'IIRF-S OR hXUIVNGK; the weekend guests served by I WC SERVE LUNCH

r uBt.nPE; or lUBFltSS: SAME: PRICE Mrs. Frank O .. ., in a ReY'1 STUART DRUG CORP. I, At Popular Prices"
nut Road The
i how to 5i. Luel. C FI..I.. DI.t AT .1123
i been spending the sea' finish TH& IIIXALL arose I 120 North 2nd Street 461-21 Fort Pierce, Florida

: MOxU 750x14 Uh15 700x11 Pierce. ___ __ __, -. .
r $2013 : 590 135x380700x14 1JMOxll = : = Mr. and Mrs. Fred
213 Court,
540x14 floats 000x1{ Luster Hilltop weekend guests t : "!

nephew and family
Douglass Roland and SPECIALIST
J88f I Iq ert of Oxford Mich i I
I ently with the U. S.
f West On Saturday
.. 100x15J Robert was one year
20a15 occasion was eF
900x14 cake and one blue

i I course, many pictures .

888 98'S i I I reminder members On Tuesday of of the Jensen March I F F ,t, I Know that your prescription has been filled exactly as

the doctor ordered rely on USVe! \ always give you

..... II ....aPO.hl.odd doctor
.eh. rte service. Ask
tin ncmM courteous
Mu.' 'Fod 1.0 gr sin.FRONT TM lor. .14"01 43."rim lo 60e$2 lor p.r U' and W /lor IS1nlra ...... Whlt.n. .00 precise, prompt, your

END ALIGNMENTWith about The Prescription Shop the next time he writes a

purchase of 2 new tires or recaps" \\e adjust

I tire Caster! front-end, Camber for, loe-ln worn ,parts loe-Oul(Reg.and Price Inspect$6.88)en. *A .88 j CHOOSE ROM u prescription for you. Do it for your health's sake !

1 3,000

Watch for Grand Opening of Our SA -i..r.., .i'Y4alatwaJ

New Modern Building on U.S. 1, Let Mrs Natalie

Lindsley Lumber Across I Here From in Fort Pierce Decorator Jupiter,lection.help you, SICK ROOM SUPPLIES FOR SALE OR FOR RENT ..J'Jr'Mf;\\' ;

JlO .0".tIJlG orascl;

t : : ft. !' ::00 t, PRESCRIPTION SHOP

CLYDE R. \ -(;[

134 So. 4th St-Phon. HO 1.1977 I A-F-A, IIOBE SOV DIAL AT 7.3443JENSEN

FORT. PIERCE J IJ I Dial S4G- AVENUE Ample, Free Parking

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11.f. STUART (flat I NfWS: Thursday. April 2. 1964. \ilncd Florida hw: school preicntl -
Florida Bar Is I
Indicate Banner; Business Year' legal/ ) maintain aid and programs'felt that of such student pro

I [* Home Building I i Section *i Opposed to Two out IJ'lImcould a ruling by be the implemented Supreme Court.with

Under these programs. the activities -

I Payments to Florida Jobless New ProposalsThe ol a of clerk the students under the should constant be those and;

direct! supervision of a licensed

Lower $1,000,000 a Month RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Florida hoard Bar hat of voted governors I unanimously of The- attorney the board said _

Payments to Florida )jobless January 1961, and February pay (:starch 20 In 27)) to oppose two proposed' rules
during the carK months of 1964 menu. at $1,776.184, were $HJ7.I .- now rr tn/l before the Supreme GIVEto
; signal a banner business ear in I I :221:!::I I below February a year ago. Owner lAtt'alloo Contractor Itacrlptloi! Annual { regarding admission
the slate I Brown said the February rcduc to practice law and! representation -
lion from January were universal City of Stuart of indigent/ defendant
Industrial Commission' I
Stale I
: Chairman' VU>rlc\I Brown said: that: throughout all regions of the Mate by law students your
total unemplo)mcni ,insurance payments Of the total thirty-two local unemployment J. D. Gray Parokcct!. lane None Enclose porch $ 300 One of the proposed rule would
ere running/ close to a million compensation offices Robert Fenton 111 Balboa Avenue Climatic Air conditioning: 1,300 permit graduates of accredited RED CROSS
dollars a month lower than reporting twenty-nine had decreases Gold Bond Stamp 9K6/ South Federal Highway Glomastcr Sign/ ?00iVor Florida law school l who rank in
and three bad I increases the third of their class to
only upper
: lo'il'eor William,, DeBerry1R. 729 Fast Fifth Street Alumera canopy 125 be admitted to practice law In
He ,ol.( !. "The figures for Jan. H I.car': 901 Treasure Road None Residence 12,000( Florida! without taking the bur +
nary) and! February indicate! twooptimistic examination
business conclusion McAllister to
Martin County
In opposing the change the
: They could well signal, not only Sheppard Base board took the/ stand I that such a
., a prosperous spring/ but" a Corny Smith Monterey lames Hall Move house from ). Beach 10 rule would mean a partial return Always there..
him ness year as well hnnner'' Airman Benme J. McAllister Betty Wall Sunshine Manor Parkway None Trailer Slab ISO to the "diploma privilege' in forceIn
Pa>mcnlsm, January at son/ of Howard E, McAllister oCniKec ( Joe Munch l Off Slate Road 76 Jim friend Residence! 3,000 Florida until 1954 under which with your. help\

_286.020..n_were__$7. _O.RO_ _:!_below_ I Street, Indianlown. Is be. William Morris Palm City Farm Jim Friend Residency! 3,000Dock. any graduate! of a Florida! I law
school could be admitted! to The
Philip VaryR. Glen>on II d None .
Florida Bar without examination
SAF-TI-AIDS Sahclla Mobile Home Gardens None Two cabanas each 200 The board expressed the view that TOM POWELL

LOCKSMITIIS Sadler & Mile I lighthouse Point None Residence 17,500 since 1954 the public has been
I I Alfred Forfa Skyline Heights None Residence! 8,000Utility served by Florida lawyer with S Window Awnings!

-KEYS MADE- William Johnson Crossroads Hill Jim Friend room 300 better qualifications and! higher Screen Rooms
'standards! because !
of the requiredar
; Lock Combinations Frank Smcsscrt( Hobe Sound None Residence 5 ,000 examination and a return to Mobile Home
Changed Alex lip Hanson' Grant Jim Friend Residence 13,750 the diploma privilege would re- Additions
Chick FilesEckerfield North: Hobe Sound Shore Walter Owen Addition! 350 verse; this! trend and! run contrary

-NEW LOCKS- I Jensen Home Silos Paul, l Iwis Alterations 1,600 10 the public interest The Most for
present rules all appliCant -
Rev. Carroll Seabreeze Park None Carport 200
Ilobe Sound I : for admission! to practicelaw Your Money/
Ivan Philippt Port Salerno Tom Powell Screen porch : 300 in Florida must t take and pass
516.4881 546.5137 Paul Flaubert Monterey None Cabana (' 450 the examination given by the PHONE 287-4719

iI i R. A. McDonaldR Golden Gate None To complete residence 1,000 Florida Board of Bar Examiners.
-- ---- -- -- '
-I e Stevenson Coconut Park Ben Hodapp Addition 4,000 I 1 he second proposed rule would

I 1 METAL iAIRI1AN letter Amenn oJ Palm City Garden None 1 Florida room 3,00. da allow law students schools in to accredited appear in Flori-courton Tops In Design

W. Are Worker In Metal) behalf of insolvent
Town' of f Sewalls Point any person
DON'T HAVE ITWE : accused
JFttE McALUSIFR of crime, under the general

CAN MAKE IT ing reassigned from Lackland Dr. Elvm H. KillhcffcrRetirement Scwalls Point Carl Pauly Outside shower 400 or elected supervision public of defender.an appointed KINGSIGNS

AfB to Sheppard AFB, Tex' for
The bnr'i board of governors op-
technical training as 4nitft. \ posed this rule on the basis that
; =1.1.1NSTUART Stales Air Force\ communication Home of the Week: the public is served hest and their
wiring/ specialist constitutional rights preserved only -
Airman McAllister, enlist
I ed in Uu Air Force a short brae by a person of proven academic -
PLUMBING standing and charade fitness
& METAL WORKSa. ago! has completed! bis initial( basic 22-ft Living-Dining Room Featured; admitted to practice law. NEON SPECIALISTSFort
military training.
I4. ATluitla' T 0131 Stuart Some fear was also expressedhat
The airman is a 1959 graduateof representation by law students Here HOward 4-139
Martin Cqunty High Schoo} with only general supervision by
a; Stuart a public defender might not meet
The first group of figure -- r
in the bouse number institutional requirements let
ATlantic 70363rulud represent
Building Permits the square feet of liva. torts In the recent Gideon vs. Complete
(:. Pin able area la the house. (Thq Wainwright decision.
other group is an office nun* Fifty-seven local bar issocia-- AutomotiveRepair
!'I.mbln" aup.ll. !
I Totl.1 $$75,135Seven bet,) According to Jan Rein. lions in Florida have been asked
Pip. Cut er the/ cost of building such' to express their views on both mat.
tern to the Supreme Court of FlorIda -
T. SkMtfc house ,
a ; may be reckoned a* P A AI
II,.'.... ... ll.. permits for new residence about $10 per square foot at a hearing !set by the court I
were among the twenty-six build j for May 12. The bars hoard of
Motw B.... .. For Bl.cti. DMkw. ing permits issued In Martin: County exclusive of land. cost.' For example governors has directed a representative Chason's Garage !
a numbered,
skit! Plies C bt..d Oth.r. last wetly for a total Of $7 ,(U5. of The Florida Bar to be I
935-11 would 935 I I IJ 7.2311I
INDIA have ftquarq Dial AT
Five city permits totaled $14- feet of livable) area, ant( i present at the hearing in Tallahassee -
Oa Th. JOist.Drive -... BEACH North 225; one Sewalls Point permit, should I cost t approximately on May 12 to oppose both SERVICE FOR. .SAFETY
400( and twenty county permits $9,350 to build. proposed" : Jesoted 418-411 sloth r d ral Hleh.avFURNITURE
accounted for $60,310.I I The that two ac --

-"," '= "' ; :
Home No. 835.15 - house and the carport. "
Newest charter, issued in Martin r------
County by Secretary of Slate The special attractions of this Home No. 835-15 was designedby JtP._t
loin Adam! is for Little Dixie small home-only /835 square feet + l.1 architect Jan Reiner, 1000-.
Painting Child! Care Center, 125 ClevelandAvenue in floor area-are its :I2-fOt-long: BEDROOM BEDROOM Fifty-second Street' North, St. Pet.erburll'
I Stuart with, subscribers front living-dining/ room, boasting ( 1 I C IOxlly3 Fla 3 3710, Reiner is \
Interior. Exteriot being: Muriel B. Lord, Helen Bo- 8footwileJlaH'I / sliding/ doors the editor. of Florida Homes, magazine. RENTALS
zone and Felit Williams I and the 8 by 23-foot front porch.
Dial AT 7-0949 This roof-covered porch, acting as
Licensed ft Insured Marketing experts' report there house\ entrance is so designed! that It is estimated that more than ROWEL FURNITURE CO.
are more than 20,000 brand it can he screened in, or glazed' H 18,000,000( people will visit the
names of limes In as a Honda! room. CARPORT Florida stale exhibit at the New Dial AT '-080.& We Give Gold Bond SJanpf
--- York World's! Fair during 196465.
Another feature of home No.
'I -- -- ,
35-15( is its narrow front with the 22x/3 1 J9a 1
Need Money See I front living room, front kitchen. ,
and the 12-foot-wid! carport, the -
GLEN'S TRADING POST total width is only 46 feet thereby r'- -- ,- ..-"
fitting a 60.foot lot. )) -4- I'I I -
I I '. ._,. =t'
I lobe Sound Fla. I In order to borrow" space (opically _I .
I at least), one, end of the
Route 1, On U.S. 1N'e 4 Into ..
9 by I n.-foot kitchen opens --- -
the living-dining room. However ar
Buy Sell Trade I from the kitchen (door is not Tach bedroom has two 36-mcb-
home who
owners prefer a
Cons -Tools Furniture 'I
AppilancesAnyddng I I closed! off kitchen can easily acomplish shown on the plan above). wide windows facing the garden
or YahleGlen
> just';' that by installing/ a A J by 5-foot space for a din and one sniall-si/cd tide window ....
Stinson Phone 54 .9583. : regular folding door ((40 by 80 ette set Is provided at the carport( I I for cross \cntiluiion. The c:I 0.set r:(
i inches in size) which will shut off( work in the master bedroom is 7Vi-feet-
objectionable! noises and odors window while the L-shapcd long and the smaller bedroom hasa '
counter faces the street the sinkS
--- ;
------ -----
6-foot closet The bathroom is ,
is shown under the front win-
--- ( )
between the bedrooms
planned two
dow, a feature of interest to the
with two :4-inch-deep:! closets providing
homemaker who lives to watch
sound insulation betweenthe
the street. The refrigerator (RF) /1
General RF Fitting EmployeesSt. is at the end of the counter closedto rooms
the dining area. The centrally located dual wall
heater ("H" blow the
on plan)
Laundry appliances and the
heat both into the front room and
water heater may be located in one '
of the two closets at the back of into the bedroom hall; oil or gas "This morning I
Lucie Inlet Harbor is only 3 minutes from your work the garden carport tools., the other closet is for may heat he used or!a as heat fuel.pump Electric are ceiling another

possibility for heating (and three ch.cb."
I cooling).
Ileathcote In order! to obtain the maximumamount
of space' the house is a .
:;. $50 down and $50 a month NurseriesArchitect simple rectangle-24'ti by 3JVS *...and saved a rot of time"
t Designed Landscaping. feet f-topped by a saddle I roof
f which extends in one line i over the
Oriental J Design A Specialty.

U Lots Complete Line of OrnamentalPlant Cf.pr tttdtng; count
,, $2,500 to $3,500 MatrrhL "Th Indian Members of the Church of Jesus
: River Area's Oldest Landscape Christ of Latter-day Saints .
,j 1 f Nursery, Our 38th Year. Turn (Mormons) tithe a full 10 pet cent nd pay bib Iht toy..tint
Right off U.S. 1 .( Lbidkley of all they have and earn, a 11 dafter I., .
.' Lumber In Fort Pierce. Plum paying this to the church ,
Includes: HOward 1-5JJ1 they will support their local ward sahtwaysrd3dwdlslASK
(parish) and donate their work.
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Till: JTt,\RT (Florida) NewS

of Old Records Stirred Up Many I, __ b.; _April( 2, 10,64, 3COt
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( >mcstic'' migrant families have

Memories of a Musical Age in the PastEra .511.++ : :then 130.000""s.mm parents) )) to ot 450,000. horn More children migrate than half, about with ot

these children are retarded educationally
of Swing I have ten received at The Stuart I easily recognize the term Vic- New Orleans,) are worth about $ 10. >I'f < from one to four years
News in the lam few weeks following role," For the younger generation Most colleeiors ol 7K speed
the publication of a "Ram-I a Viktrola is now a juke records choose one or two orehes- ,f
StillLives I hit that asked the question: "Arc bolt, hi.fu or a st reo_ (rat or muMcmns: and collect only Barbara Ann LhxheySFCRFTVRUL
there many 7R! 'speed records heft" Charles Mosony, a News tubleribed. their rowJ Therefore, a record, --fdIA: WRVICEt

I Unquestionably. there are many' wrote ufxmt his collection : say of Tommy Dorse\\ "Im .,,i. ..411. m '.II..
In Old 78s'By heft even though thc\' are now I II \ front Brooklyn, N. Y.. and! deHMOf Sentimental Oxer You "'....tlrk-l.. "+Ilat.seralhlaf0'r. a ..* l>..lln.rPhone

I scratchy', chipped cracked, and sent along hIS entire listing showing would be "valuable only to a collector AT 7-4637
RU the quality !is a far cry from stereo he boa many of the toe-tap' of 'omlDt'roc' '\ records -\,
MiCLIRE I and hi-fi, ping tunes of the twenties, thirties At .ht, and! j in, such a case the --------- ----

The "Fra of Swing with Us Music and memories go handin and forties. original pressing would not be

lose songs that always had "moon" hand through tile and thin i Wrote Mrs. O L Surncs, SI\\'r.1 worth more to the collector, than I TURNING \II
rhyming with June" : seems to he the main rca'ol'l"hy AI. Ga. Mrs. T 0. McClevky $Y. Most of these items. then, ,0000ecl'lIectl'fI' ti Il '. 'I'Iq :
and "croon"and + "
many of the last peell records called me when she read the Ram items xtnuh becauseof f fe fi i SPRING ; : 1\\
hloom j is still sentimental reasons rather than q
remain. though in most cases In a ble1: She lived in Stuart for many I
very much alive in the memory dusty attic or under a pile of oU years. I hua good many 78 for artistic reasons.Are .

of many) people toihy I pit!pen. rrms. Some of Paul Whiienuns, : lists >,f valuable: records available jIAMOUiLl ;

This i is indicated in the many Saul one caller: "I I don't know Caruso, and John McCoruiiek I ?
I also have a Brunswick record playCI I Probably the only' "people oho
litters and telephone calk that: I why keep them. My husband
SINS' they just collect dust and he hat I would like to sell:' have this infornniiion would be
IhaatI: IIii l'II'I'I'r' : I some of the national. music '
reminds Said mother letter "If magazines
- me that I never (play them : you
vmrH III,' nioHxrn, I any more I tell him Fit get rid want the few 78 s I have left, come. such as 'Downbeat Theo I
IV Tin rot in tit mi.: I'i uI >n I could possibly advise those who
them, and them. J
ot but I
JIIMH, l\ \\u n>|| SIUIII\ I never seem to gel gel interested:
cot\'rl', I'IIIIUII: 1 11'1141.. around I to it I just hale, to purl I Mrs. Catherine Stevens of Jen are
H It:, M>. I SMI Will the old 78eler be >>cn- i
with them idler all these years' i Beach tells she has
1':11"1 i opItsKol ) sen us many
.\li 1', IHYI.FJ, I Parting company ith the old) old records including several old erally valuable the chance? Of course will thereis
l's'ooed. always they as
I 1
Till'': 1-(1"1'FJ( 01' "I'I.imno': 78 s scents. to n+can different things: c)hnder records! that date before I the by and they become p
years go
TO Alt rrtPmP. :
IST'H'1'I) to ditfcrent people at most things the l 1920'.
1'111'/ 1;$i'I'\'I'I: (II' 11.\11. oil. ( scarce Popular( music throughthe "
CF.ItIiNTt'nu : :' often do But generally the collectors I Steve O'Connor of Stuart says ages, though enjoyable has ;
li InMuiim'"' lioroh\! nnllflort that b.nwrltt.n who called said parting with his records date back to 1914 never been critically cOI1i.leredarti.tic.
purporting In I
Ihn LRKI \\lli and Imminent. of the records i is like parting, tor the I Others ho own old 78s are Some records with fine '
sold' "" Irni" has IK n "dm. ,,11..1 'last time with people the Mrs Edna: Hart Mrs. Mary Link-
instrumental solos
to I"nb"h' In until, ,I'nurt Miller I may some day
'nil n'" hurls rnnua"ndrd! tihbi known so long-tilcnn host, and Charles Schilling. he very valuable' but then most ., I
In JOb ral!,'nlni mniilhn' hem I 110 I Tommy and Jimmy Dorscy, Bt ii, \ fJ. II
Several others of these valuable and
reported they are today I
dtl l" nf 1111' mm( publlinllnn "r roil '
nnllrf In app>,'in, In told '"?nil and' ny Goodman Marry James, Count I bane records but they are folks scarce : I I
dhoti "aIlA, If nn.o nil 011. in '" Basie Bunny Buigan!! I J. i i ion e I of the less :
sentimental Their But of what
., regardless happens I
the u' Hill of null four) 'In lmll' tyQe. I
ln" Mild Hill I ) to prolmlo .1001111,1 Hampton, Claude 1 hornhill, Eddie inquirws were about selling their to Iho 78-speed records, one lit . ,I II
not ulnnl unrnki, 4. Duchin, Charlie Barnett Earl I '. Pelican _
collections. seven-line Ramble has '
tic been l'
/./ I\.ANH: ritinr. jn, Mines and Andv Kirk and 'his .... :
mum Jiulir Best information nas It. !some the switch that turned on the almost
Martin (nunt\, Plnrlda Clouds of Joy t. 'It'It' I
old records valuable But the
are -forgotten light ilUiminitingthe
lOp'trt' I
iu'rtN<<. xnnrst.rrON. rtori no Though the songs these "old. most valuable seldom go over $20) hilhon-dullar business that p- .!... : Beauty Salon
utnnj. time hllndrlaed still remainin -:'''
collector i American the
Generally, most items was Swing during
209oith Avonuo
the repertoire of American pop. from $S to $10 thirties and forties and also illuminating -
lalm HHU.'h Hoi' 'l laAttorncvi are --
tar E, elllr1rf'.t / ular music. it is somehow differ. A check showed that no one a lot of memoriesOne GEORGE: \KM\N; and ancient vietoila, He listens u> Songs From WII1I.lek Yonder In 1940 i En.J: p b7 Appointment _I
tub) Mnrrh 11. 1104<< eat and far less sentimental, when
Pub Mirrh IU, 20, April 2 A. t'PiI can identify a specifically( valuable collector stressed the sentimental .--------- --- -- nlynlc: Cork Clalrt Senates:
you hear the Beatles and Chubby record. It believed that value of his
is one or remaining\ records
SALE Checkers take off"'on "I'm I Getting two, of Sidney Bcchet records (his by using some of the song "Through them '111 Always' Re j I Night/ andDJv'onthat lonesome the( Rainbow" and'Itevond, the Ins OSCEOLA AT 7.3484 1
I I Sentimental Over You 'III I titles iicmher' each'' Road wonderful 'Over 'I Moon _
recorded Trayclm u
very very early ones in : ight' > pi I ice* :
Ncvcrv Cry Again "Somebody _ ___
Home located in FIe j is Taking My Place," 'Smoke
I Gets In Your Eyes:' and "Stardust .
Stuart near Schools. ."

Most collector have been an.xious
3 BEDROOMS, :2 BATAS, to report their records and !

even more anxious to talk about

ING AND HEATING.: COMPLETE : them.George Peakman at the Rum. /

SPRINKLER SYSTEM mage House in Stuart sent a postcard

CALL AT 7.0531 "I: have about 500 from as far

hack as 1910 plus a Victrola, one / Be Assured
of the first with motive power, i//i :

made about 1921." / SAVE

BEER WINE Folks of the 1920 vintage will

Social Security

LIQUORSFree Office ContactsThe Of Family Security!

Social Security District Of. I
fice for this area is located at 715 J IJ

Ice Cubes South Dixie Highway, West Palm

X41-ntu.osl..tavstry Beach | questions ,.. ... '
/ '
--uIJU-: about social security, visit the.We\t / /
Palm Beach District Office or get 'i/////

in touch with it by mail. The of. ,
fice is open Monday through Fri.
day from 8:10 :30, except notional
,. holiday ( o IE 3- Open a Savings Today .

AT7 8461))
If you cannot go to West Palm

Beach I Social Security representative ( Add to It Each Week. You'll Be ]
will he in Stuart at t the I .
County Welfare Office m t the F OR A RAINY
courthouse annex from 9 a.m. to

1100FREE noon each Monday. Surprised How Fast Is Will Grow I

Nickel silver a copper base alloy
containing nickel and zinc is
used as a base for silver plated .

DELIVERY flutwure I.UI.: \1)IITI: tJIoT: 4.
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All invlltor of the *,l.t. of
TWlhn U. Jolin-on diwiwd. .ro .
h.r.bY nntlflmi and' rvqulrml to fol.ani I .
'I."n. or d.totnda whirl Ih"Y .
m i v horn mrnln-l unlit rotate In Ih. .
iffli-o of the tin Coiiiily' In Ihft CourthniiM .
at Hniai-t.d"'I rll.Ix lihln: .
alxnilar' inoiilh- from th* dal. .
ford piihlUiiilin' 1 of thin no .
r In I in or drmnnd' munih
.In wrltlnK and moat -lal Ins a.
pln) > at n. M-in" end poet ofHii 'VI
Midi-mi 1 of tli:* rimmant I and mull .
LIQUORSNEXT b- oa .rn 10 by I h o rlolmant hit .
'u"nt or .ltnrll.). or It will bp'om" .
old airnrdlnx) to Inn
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Registered Pharmacist

in this state must have a degree ..

an accredited Pharmacy College, require U.S. 1-SOUTII
ing years of studying the composition

and uses of drugs Open Daily 9 a.m, to 3 ,.m. :

STUART DRUG CORP. Friday Evenings/ S p.m. to f p.m. ,:

YOUR REXALL STORE AT 7-1111 STUART, ''D8 s .l aplt.(1 th {II.JI Closed SaturdayMention :


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_ Organizations DirectoryCIVIC "h-' ):''.' '...J.1?.. .t'. :10". '". "''", : I : .. :: BIBLE UNION CON..REOATIONAL-.

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ORGANIZATIONS M C. Board el Kanlni Adin.Irn..lh4.F..d0huo4u LAWRtB 1. BHABPMl

..Alcoholic. AnenyenoueWed ? I a.... ...d., .huu''
.. stiOpik.J. B tommunltr ChurohAmaUwr < n M 5 I" n m f nlifniee II .no ..... Mornlnt Worship

Hadl Emergency Corps Merlin County M"..... Cemmlssloe 10'00' .... I. .m. W.ds.sd.J' Wom.l0' -
Co.o'dinalo"'OIO.1I. Uosone Chairman M. H"uh I I.. Will ""1.1 IV J Ir l .1 Puiloosbip. :

Ird Thurs.. 4pmAnimal .tb Tu.... 1.ao pm CO",:,,,,,,....

0..... I..... \.. C. Zoning and Phoning Co._."5. REV MAYNiRD A. MILLS
President.-Mr\ *. Barl J PInup Chairman-Jamas Uaugl,i 1 SAJk DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 I :00 a m Early I Worship
Sub Tuoe* 7110 p...... borne. School SoudCi'&n.sotfl.nry : 10:00 am: : Chunh BshoolUiOO
0 Kindred I ...... Morning Worship Nursery
..1.... Professional' W....... Club Ind Mon., 7i IU p.m., C'"urlh. "use ASSEMBLY O* COD-Tote City during beta" ..._
Pm.ld.nI-LId. Msnnlnnr :10,00, l .... Sunday Srhoul 1,10 p.m. Youth Vesper ....1..
Snd.4t0: .Tun; nights. Writ N.t'L Bank Torn of ......11. Point 0 11 :01 era Horning Worship

IIhnr-I. Mamuelln 1 :10 p..... Thu... Bible Study Prayer ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL- ..... Bt..
Coconut Pa*.North Him Sb.... Ind Wed. I p.m.. Town Rail 4:00, p..... 8..da,. Yoth, ....... REV NOK.MAN' B. FEASTLBBu
Property Owners Aesoclatlon 10, p... Ih..II.tl. Ionl.
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President-C. M. Rob....... >4ey
.. Pod Wednesday at bone POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS FIRST BAPTIST-SOO 9. Aaron Avenue 7,10, a.m. Holy Communion
CHAPLAIN JOHN M HUDSON.; 111I. .... Kamlly Communion and
Coral Gardens Clvl' Association Republican Club vf IMarlhl County Interim Pastor Ckureh .hoolUiOO .
,tlmunil Pleila President-Jin... B WatsonKepublltan amMornlMt Prayer and Sermon
l.t'tunN I ore.. M.O.AgrI.i.Itui.1idI. I IIh.Itn. Women.. Clue ol Merlin C. .u.... First: Hundsy Holy Communion)
Preiid.nt-Mrs.. J,,hn W Ih...sey I:41 ..m. Sunday School Week Dey.
Freeholder* Association. Ird Tues. s p.m.. rln, Noli.h i ,. Hank Iou, ..10. Mornlig. Worship Tuesday T .... Holy Communloa
President-Oolonel 0. V.. 'ottong : S Id p.m. T..IIIIII,* Union I Taureday'-10 T-U"d: ; Holy CommunlnFirst
Moot* .. eall M. C Democratic o.oolun. Corn.niIli 1U p... K.vetln* Worship ( Healing Service
Chairman-Kdward T M."v. '," Z'7081 W.d.n.d.y. I PrId.t ..... Holy Communion

.. Club' .( Stuart RM..Tress. .-Msrdee HIMeetings 1'1.1' Oil 0 p.... Mid-rnmh Pro,. Borelnn
...Id.nt-M.. John W. Jlu..., 'u'i.sillO.LlGmOtJP Unity Chunh 704 S, Plfth Fort Piers. .
PALM CITY BAPTIST_Ik McCordHblNHV 11100 ...... Church Sunday
4 MOB I 10 p.m. W 081'0' Cluh el .
Visa .
> m Services" Wednesday
TATUM Pastor

tihi.uin p..k CIvnn ...tlatloa IIKL NIZAMON' 5:45, ..... Sunday School LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
',.Mnl .000''" oeD"'d'II.h ikc4 1100 *, Murilig .
Girls Friendly Society m Wonhll .r Lutheran Church)
.. 'lip. 1"1." "..I. Onni.di..I. 'ealsr. M... Jsrh Whn", ., tilO ..10. Training Union W. pAm. Vl.le Ulvd, Pert St. Lisle.
rrt Ii.... "I M. r, :141 p.m. Evening WorshIp H. C. BlPE:. PASTOR
.. .
Clii. Club
u I 10 .... WeJnsslay aUdveek Pray
,.M...' O..d OmitS .I. Joseph Guild or .....tln..ApTbTon. 1.15 "m. lI"nd.r SobooL
'4... ... PreiMsnt Mrs. Elwirl. K'' ..ll. T I lOll ...... Worship' Ionl.
rlRSI Salem
Runob C..'... Chub .uu. Mon 0 pm. school r U C. TAYLOR, Putor H. S. SOUTHERN METH MISSION

'l'.il: ., i-Mis. ('shin Wilt.. St. Joseph Hnly Nairn SocleliPresldsnt 4:4 lull' ..... Sunday School (Meeting. In Hobe Sound. Clvk Coaler)
ird Wed, lam.. j"b"Wowen Clul -H. Rosmarln ; u 1:00 ..10. Morning Worship HtV CHARLKH BU4NETT& : Pastor

Thurs. before SOd HUD. p 1ft. Seat, 10 p.m DTO 7i4l p.... Song ),r..ie.
I.... Bearb Woman Aeeoslallo - -- i 0 A' If: pm: Evening Worship lion p.m. Lvenlng; Worship'
President--lire. Prance Hubo.ll > ttO p.m. Wednesday Prayer Met'

I.lor Woman'. Clu.P..ld..tMro. Boy Scoule .I America u RIO BAPTIST pal XAVlboR 'I.KCH: ..

Mon.. ,......Ou Woman ir Cromwellno Club B..ulm..t..rl W.d.. "au pm. eUuat Delp. Am ...I D Hal KEY JACK FERNANDEX II.-au...,.. 1,41 ..m.l, rtra P1..
.,41 ..... Sunday School day. t p..... ConfossloST .. b4or. 11.._
Martin County Auduboa Soslotr. Board Sea E..I....... I..... Beach. Skip" 421lltlnper O II ,,00 ..... Morning Wonhlp
lid Mon. I P'n.' Judge ClontV offto* .George Oleaion S ,JO p..... Training Union MARYS. EPISCOPAL: Oeeaa
Wed. 1,10 P.m. Anchorage Marina 7 4t p.m. Evening Worship' Boulevard Stuart
M C. A..ooi.iiu, 'or M..I H..lib 1i45, p... Wednes 'r.,.. Heeling The RfcV W. H ROWE Rector
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p..ld..t-R. Dot,aid Si-Jticieder I TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwy. It 1"80. 0:15' II a.m Sept. t* June
'nd Tin', noon Ths Reef SERVICE CLUB it ,. L"WIII VTANUl, Peetor :10. 10 Boplo
M C. Ch.",.. Amerlren C.... SoclstyChalrmsn Chrltaa Club el Stuart LW. --'" ... S .e ..... Sunday School ,:
-Msllory Johnson P..ld.nl-A..o. HustonWed 11,00, a... Morning Worship I,,00 ..... Hol7 Eucharist Thursday and

110, L..t.... p.... Training Union Balnt* Day and aa announced
m Ship
An.lllmyPn.ld.nlMi' P
Martla Memorial Haepllal MODERN BOAT RAMPS like th .
Curt Otto se double-mzcd pre-cast: installations being sought by the Tri-County Rec:Tcation Committee for installa- Bull p m. Evening Worship EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED
: : ;
1st Mon. First. National Bank ndlantawn f.d..t-I.m., Klwanla. Rln.Club. are being placed in approved access points on Central and lion on C-23 and C-24 canals and St. Lucie Canal. 1100, : Wed. Midweek Prays SACRAMENT-14* Chink St. IndlaaMtm"

Martin County Retarded Swlger. Child..... Mos.Pn.ldunt.Irs Ved, Mill, p..., Semlnole Ian Southern Flood Control District canals, This I is tho type of ramp DUNKLIN HfcV TED MEMT.IXJTTlOiOO .APTIST-I.tIJ' REV,10 Km.w. THOMAS Churab SohoolTiOO LOUCKSI

IrdThur... 70, p.m., Com, Km. 1st Nat onsen Beach Lima ClubPrn.id.olJom.s a... Sunday Bcliool. p.... Holy Eucharist
LIJU..L ADO Pl5TInIMHTI' II 00 .. Morning Wor.blp

Nalloaal Prsaldent.Secretarloe Mrs. Vlrrlnla AssoclatlM VIe stlrd Wed., Till Dean p.., ..,....** TIIH <' ,guts M pm..M. Training Wnrahin II.Unlomtifl ..,.. CHRIST(Winter MEMORIAL aeason only.-Jupiter Nor. to Island."AnriLI
Von' or mn 01 %TY
dub Th...... First National Bank upll.r-Hobe Sound Klwanla Clubfreeldri How to Combat Lawn Dollarspot jiin.li.:, I." .A> mil Mtnii I >iil p:.. Wid---"I"-: .. CHURCH OF COD-Indlantaw" .

P.tra City Garden Club ,t-Kobert Harp IOIM1: r ...u..m.11: I'RO.u..t 5T JOSEPH CATHOLIC-East Itttb St BEV; EVEKETT: stool

P.'mid.nS-B.o.' Busaa NyfslerInd Moa, t pm Jupiter Lit Maria :. REV JAN JANUSZbWSKI, A dm. lOiOO "10. Sunday Srhoor
Thura: ., MO a.m. Clvla CenUrPen. IN IiKUARD > Work dim Mon thru KrL I :aol 11:00: ..m. Morning Worsntp
Rotary Club el Stuart TIne kl TATH OF f 8otnrday 1JOConfeeilonet T.10 p m '
City Cine Organisation Pro.ld.nt-D. r.. Btantoa' Major. Now Is Time h.UMA UIU1M.! rlUMV. ) Saturdays and Thursday. 140 pm: : .d'lnhuro: People'.
President-Dr. George II. Bust Wed.. U,11 P''''.. Bunrlse Inn for Air-layering Lwcraspd IKOI before first Friday of month. diSC te Endeavor:
lad Tuee, Clvle Center 'K'H TO I III.Ill lIONS lull and Till to I JO p....
Mart KJwanla Club All creditor of tha atatc of Kmma CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
Polnelana Gerden Clvls AssecUUen ...... ,lent-Ir. H Hatedale HIpeoB Conine tilonn duieamtd are h..iby u. ST CHRISTOPHERS CATHOLIC. Jupiter
.....Id.otI.. W. Mareon1st Tllu.. II ,It p...... Town HouseItuart nollllocl I and miulicd lo flit' any Hoba Sound BKV. ELMER L. ALLEN
Men" I p.... kerne Ily IIIRVLY: SII1RPE jution is fine for shrubs and trees I bed Build the inner wall fairly claims or damanda which they may Mass at loll ,.. Bond... T ,80 ..... Holy Communion
Port SaI.... Clvls AeeecUUen 're.ldsnt HI-Ship..-Gilbert Bouee Sq. Dance Club that are lazy in taking root. Cans- I close to the circumference of the Anus aetalnat auld estati, In. 11* of FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Pull ..... Parish fcuoharlst Barmen
Dollar lawns .
on are not tic 01 the County JulKi of Martin and Sunday School.
> Benson spots
realdnb Walter 724 East Ocean Boulevard
... .. -
1st Thnrs, I Pnl. Clvl Cools. Th. S p. Youth Center sa, lychie or guava are examples tree-allowing ample space for County, "'Iorld... in thi. Court a-m Sunday School Illll. ..m.. M"rnlng Prayer. first.. II....
lid Thure. S p.m. Supper Seslal. 0 0. signs of wealth They usually mean tree growth. Distance between walls houaa at ettuait, lorlda, within alx Ill : asm: Morning VorsblpI day of the month. Holy Commu..
luart Liens Clu.Pro.ld.o..AI The operation it simple Re. calondar month (rom tha dale of lea plain.
Selene Civil DefenseFlrehouso that fungus is reducing the valueof and height of the wall depend on ..h. lOO r m Wed TeetlraonlaJ MastingReading
Pert K..,. first publication" if 01.1. notice. .
Snd Tuesday lilt ,.m. Iad.6th W.... 7 p.... Town Hous. the lawn to that of a plugged move half.inch ring of bark near the size of bed desired. tch claim or duinand muKt be I In I, Mon. Room throuirh III Frl rlaglsr. 10 am A. ...4 Hours p...... Skyline JENSEN Drive BEACH. Jensen COMMUNITY Beach

Ble Civil Clubp..oii.nt.J.'h $luart Soroptlmlat Club\ nickel the base of a twig, tie a handful Be sure that the soil dumped of writing mud I ouun&u end no 4 utot.to poat-olfl the adlieaaof place Saturdays 20 a.m-IS: ,BO pm. REV NEWTON M TWEED

ClubhoueeS Shomer1st reeldsnt-Kdi a Wolf Keep a wary eye out for thit of damp sphagnum most around into (he newly constructed bed is th* claimant .nd must be .worn CHURCH OF CHRIST-.4ZS Palm Bcb. Rd. 5:5).10 *sod.m. Sunday School
Thurs Iot-.", Thu... noon, Sunrls Inn.luart UKUbb;, OORBKLL Minister :: liD Km. Mor.uuo' Wor.htp
to by th claimant hi.
.. .. Chub springtime disease It ravages all the ringed area then wrap the rich in organic matter, hut free attorney. or It will become annul or told hi. Sunday lull p.m. l'riiooshlp

.-KrSZ.. R. Vandarvrd Joyo..sP..ii.ntIOt.k p.,.. lawn grasses, but is partial to bermuda moss-covered section wilh a pieceof of weed seeds and ncmatodes Before according I to law 10 00 .. Ulble. Study '6.JO p.m.p''''. Wsdnesdey Wsdnesday. Yo,i,h Choir

Wed. Ill, p m, Club Building To.... :10 Pink P,n and zoysia. plastic Aluminum foil and plantings, it would be a good 11 Mnrch I8S1 11 ,(10 .... Worship and Communion ,JO Thursday, Midweek Senior choir7iOOpm
= Barvtee
.. ... : : IRSTATIOAL B\MC OFI1ITIAItT 1 lOO p m Evening Worship
Tabebula Carrlea C.op0h.iupsoBs. J fosterlet As implied the fungus kills freezer wrapping can also be used idea to fumigate the soil Thereare ; Sn.AHl. rU>lllUAUy Wednesday JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-Brltt Read

'. ., 10.a-m Robert. home. VETERANS ORQANIZATION9 grass in patches the size of a silver Garden supply stores sell complete several chemicals available for /./ Itoland Mi'rrcllTruat 140pm. Midweek Bible Study Sunday T p..... WsU-htower Study'"
!,; ., _ American Legion. Jensen Beack the Ofelu'r.A.nriltar THE CHURCH OF COD-Flagler. ft.RlvV Mond--,80 p.m. Bib,. Study
dollar At first the Joh.II'
..... .'-Clifton; llowmlsad spots of air layering kits for serious- admlnlntrator\ of the ; FILLIP McALPIN. Tbu..dU-7,10., ...Inl.trp Sohooh ".
CHAMBERS I..dP..ld.ulIhr. OF COMMERCE .4tk Mo., lpm. Legion Ball turf wilt and perhaps turn dark minded amateur propagators not too late to plant gladioli estate r tmnia: Loulae Bioau, 10,00 ...... Sunday School ,' I.r.lo. M..tin. .

hobo* Wllll.m M,.r* American Legion. Stuart before bleaching out to a straw Trim hedges while the plants They will reward you with a mATuRe reaaed.... LlVFHArlininlHtratnr 11 00 a.ro Morning Worship REDEEMER LUTHERAN-F. 0._ ....
IM T..... I Community Centereneeii t..mma, del-John U Taylor show of color in 7 Hu p.m. Evening: Worship 'kAV. DONALD K. 8CHROIWKR
pm. blond about eighty to AUorney for Anclllar ,
still succulent. .,
This will
Ind and (lit KrU I Legion Ball are cause 1 SO p'm' Tuel Prsyer MMlIng7i II ...... B.nd.. School Blblo Pt.do'"
%l *p..ld.nt--Fr.Beach Area, Fortberg American p.m. Aside from measuring the spots them to produce better shaped and ninety days after they get settled rlrat r>ub.; March 19 1884 >0 ...... Thurs., YPE Service souls .... Wo..hlp .......
q' Ind M'''., directors. I p..... Commsnder Legion,, Viby for nice with a souvenir dollar, :thicker hedges Remember to remove in Ihe warm earth. If planted now Pub: March ID. H6 April 2. >. tpe4ISISTIOSO HOBE SOUND SOUTHERN METHODIST CHRIST 1KB KINQ LUTHERAN.K" .
l port BcloraePresident. check for be sure to the where CHAPEL Meets In Community BldfBrV .> ."
SIb Bat. I after put glads
p. dollurspot juht sunrise enough old wood in
.. :. C. BlsckmsnInd early OHAKIbH O BENNETT, fastor KEITH) JOHNSON. Psstor
S Thura-..E S P.m., rirehoui Amerlcaa Legion Au'"I...,.. I..... B... With the aid of the low angle flowering hedge plants to keep they will get light, and broken 1'1110 575.5 010' .1I1lU.: .s I SIN: I S ,,10 p.m. ilouudu.y pcbooi7u41 8,00, ..... Church School
1.5. I I.AI>'& S "III'rI
00 ,
0..t 'Pumld..t-Ms..d.4tk. Mon. S kn p ma mAmerican McCu. glint of old Sol, you'll discover the shooii. coming up from the shade when they start blooming. I M 11111. CltlMrl.! NfATU 4> .' pin. Wo..hllO PornO. 10,00 a.m,.... ?Psiore Mornlni WorhlnT Class

resident-M. II Ronny) Nelaon It> while cobweb.like mold binding ground Now shoot' tips can bn This will insure a better flush of J'S.iiHIl: I\'NI1'EI' 1.1:5011, ..SlP0Flt'rll1MK5'l'vtI.slo.s :
?,,,, 'iui.iso.I I e.m. Legion Aualllary, ItuartPresldsnt I I OAMHI ) HOWLI I VISIT METN DiIITt_ c-.. Aft
-Mrs. CI... May Tslmas ogether blades of grass 1 he mold pinched to make them branch ISO: hbilVllb. INC. ) '' Or I\IKM'II: TO I 10KV. WALTER 0. IEHIIUP

Retail Merehanta Dlvlslen Ind.4th Mon. I p.... Legion Bull disappears when the dew dries anti form a full.bodied hedge llalnllff ) l.Mlrlt: r'''.1'11'141' M N ''M ..S ..... lIornlOl Wo..b"
Chairman-Philip Semsck v*. lOt Nil hila licrrl' thHt IhpIInd'rol..n.d 10100 .. Chu..b S.bout
4th Thurs.. Stuart Chamber" Building Martin County Barracks, W.W.I Veteran* To cure a mild case of dollar- There are a bountiful number OWE I U UOWLINU LANEs. ) unler y give the provlolo" II ,ue ""' Morning Worship.
- Comn ander-hlllp A. KI... the 1M ) of Icr 1a1+59: !.nn's of I"l.ri.lo. silo p..... You I. .lIo..hlpo,
CONSERVATION at.Ird Frl" J. B Community\ Cent* spot, give grass a generous of flower seed you can sow now fondant I ,'I'hf 1941, wIll rn'itioi.r I nnith lb. hon. n'.r.hl" ps.no I.. .t 10 dunn

Auduhon Society Martin County Barracks AualllaryCresl hot of nitrate i of soda But he sure They include amaranthu. aster By virtue of a W rlt of xecullon' l'lol'k of Ii,. Circuit I'o"rl I In ..nd.I July .n4 Augu.5, Ponds, .h't lam.,

..rv...liten. no.os Moore, Bo. III -. ... Huth" N. Hull I of the ailment because nitrogen hulsam calliopsis i carnation Celosia I In my handa liwued nut' if the' I for Martin County lorlda:: oliu,0roceipt I TRINITY METHODIST-J. Bomb
'rd Mon. I p.m.. First National. Baaakusk Hmall Clsl" Court In n a lit of of proof 01 piihlltatlon of REV.
Iot-. Frl. I Old Com Oiurcb NEIL GUNSALUS
Walten. Leafue pm. adds to the misery of some diseases chrysanthemum, coleus, cosmos to llambla Inlt: .-d llwllnw, ",'rvlcc. I mm notlco Ilia fictitious numu toRWIFT PlO ...... S.ndar Sohoo1
president-Charles Klndr. V fWN 'IuortComm.nd..lobo I your Ino. ,..In.t Our Uiwllna: LAHO, *": plo
cyynoglossum vine. "81. WOllhlp Perot.
|. ,rl., Opm, Ceurlhous M Murray cypress Inc. duly. attnated on January 4 FRINTms:
| I .
For : : 0o p.m. I"hln: ,
ud.4th Tburs.. Golds late Building safer control University dahlia. four-o-clock, geranium hyacinthbcan 1J8I. the Judwment on which ..I| i ied under which we will I Inlumlnrxa and OundoysOOCEOLA Wor.hlp hi...
Jualer Conservation Club of Florida RED o'urtitinn "0.0 1..IIe,1 b.lnw rruord- : ; I':::.fel'l.I,.
Tuss., 1 ,H sm.. Stuart Tooth CenterSI VFW .... ,... turf men say use a I 11 j n a r i a marigold CROSS In the rlmall Cl.'lm. C i:urt 1.1.. biiKlnrsa, h ovinitoor In I 1"u'I., I rl II..II"'' I'olintv aof METHODIST. U'

,art ..1111.. klub (.mm..d.r-.lu"vb W. Pto.lot1.u.5.'d lawn fungicide containing cadmium moon flower, petunia. periwinkle, Honk I have I l.-Mel en nil right, Kin' : thHt the pHitlon Inierem' l 10KV. v. n. KNIGHT JR.
President B. Bradley Bat. I.10 p... Post Home Apply the material as a spray, r i c I n u l strawflower tithoma, title and Intnreat. of 1111': aald nutHowll.iK :: In Hll biiHlnen* .no I.. Lane. Inc |huh'.I fur the and luilti llwader of rttnurt Vi.ur-. Ills I ..... Hornlnc .
1st V wd gsnsral I meeting VFW Worship
lid 0.4.> :: I''.pnk';'., dit..to.. '. 1st Net! Pb.In. C ornn.sndsr Aualllary-Mrs.. Stuart Mslvlna Wasd using only a half ounce per I 000) thumhergia, verbena and zinnia.If + folln"lnldr.crlllld l iiupertv In I hili and tlmt thei, .... no ollnr, persons Woman Mls.lon.ry Society meet fin

"", Tu.. TilO p.m, Wither. field st-lrd Wed, Uul. .. dale BulldlniMISCELLANEOUS square feet of lawn. A lur attachment the pain of stooping is pre. Martin county rloilda, lu wit: Intcivstrd.HI IliV.IUii1lI"t'Il In sill" bual ICKSI W.'". 0Thu..de"..Bth .t loSS *..

- - on a garden hose IS an ideal venting the planting of spring flow V'..t lot fppt of rant 6',6.41, fo<'tof HOW'AliEn Jl4l p... Prayer Servlo*

FIREMEN ORGANIZATIONSJeneea way to drench the disease from en Ihen consider a raised flowerbed lant; 2/1rd of Koulh 3.1.68 Pub: Mar U. April 3. II. n. IH4IV I IIOTC.m. .d of atuwards (Ian
Besck firemen Au.ul.ry trot i'r North if < I Ii"l'rooitut .... mob month)
P...l,lent.-Mrs. Msrle rrodtt Civil Air PuirolCommsod.rM4o the lawn Such a bed around a tree Always there... Ixit One lieu I7K" ,'tl Uanu;' 41 I K TIIH ('01'>TY Jl IH.r:''s ('OI.ItT

lid. Monday. I em. C. B. Lance Now is a good season to initiate offers possibilities OIL; rJ3; I'nice jrl Jilvmintr IM AMI MIH. Ml5l'II7 O0lIt. >_ REV.SOUTHERN D. KNIGHT METHODIST( ......

Jensen rum. I Beack pm.. Vrl'.t:1n': Do.- I Committee el 100Chul.'rn.1t..ry 0. Kindred an air.layering project This Construct an inner wall and an with your help'' Circuit' Court In Hi record'ok 1 .pane J4II '. IUOHMHIt J-1IOBITU NO. 1HMIV 10 Silo,,41 .n.m.m?, Sunday Worship School Service JR.

rorl Selene ....... Atulllaryresident K..oui I.. DI..tor-.l..hn C. Dahaet ancient Chinese method of pro po. ouler masonry wall I to contain the FoLios l I. hereby Irl.rn Ihut on '1F:' SilO p..... Evworta Lean.
..Man C..... 111 W. Ocean Bind ATI.4861 Wedn..duy ths Und dill' of 0\1..11. I rST\TE; OF I 140 p.... Kvenln* BervloeIK .
.... rtr.b.... LLOILI IL BiRPACHlec .
Sod Tb" list .
Lady Golfers Assoclstloa 111.14 brtwrrn Oho hoUl.: or 11:110: i fROTICB >I. yTIO -*-*?-
Pert Salwse Hejualeer. Fire Deeerte.ee P..ldoh.-II.. tdns F. Dane A.:M. and 2:00: F.M. at 1110 I AM I'D tHE:l5T0,50 p -. Lull. X..lon.., .......
President....Robert Johnson Tass, Slid .-..... M. C. Golf B Ctry. Club on th* nail dny at the fount diof ., All ,creditor of the .ratal of lad and"praVer 40b
Ist-lrd Tu*SH Ftrabeese the Martin, oiinty, Court Mom, .. Lbs H Kardach, de,'eased. ar : p.m. Heetln
FRATERNAL-OII li Hi Lively Arte Club I will Kill all rliiht title And Inter- hereby notified aid require! to file FIIIST METHODIST_Indhuiteen
Tl Presldsat-Mrs. L. Albby Arbegaat ret of th* laid Our' iwllnn!1 1.onrt anrlalm* or d,'",,.tnd. which they RIW. GEORGE! R.
Anool.' Ch.pb.Couu.IIot'-4hurt.r 0,1., .4 Dot. IrE rrt.. lAO p..... ..0.... NO CHARGEFOR Ina In and lo thtfhH .hov, .iro'riinj 1 :: 1 hillY, 5 Nvo.e,loot said estate In th* 5,45 ..... Sunday School MoUUHMlCI
...jlrr SOP,. property ot Public nit.hi office of 'the County Judxe of Mar till .. .
... m
....4'S Mon. 1 *. 5 .. Masenia ?_.I. President.tI. County-'J. W.Fair Hu.Assoclstloa.., 11,14,, for e FrfltI; : tin Countv. Florida In the (Court :ao .MYI1m Moraine. Worsbbjra .
Acacia afssenM Lodo.Wor.hipfl all sx...ii..n sli ,.. ,
1.1 Bon. lull .. Agricultural. BId.Mo.ni. ndy hot at Hluart, Florida. within all usa p. Fvenlni Woratip
Mg.l.r-.Cbvl.tl. p. Olv.n snulrr, hand fthd scsI
calendar montlis from th* date of 7,00 m. Thursday, /
Ist-lrd Thure, I p.., Msnal temple COOh". Golf ..d C"\I'J' CluHI. thl* 19th:: day* of March' 11!>04. the fliat publication of thl. notice I loot: ::m: Thursdsy, Senior: Choir Choir:
Anna Miller Circle. Elk* Pm.id.ni-Ihd!: ..... SERVICE ON MOST OF OUR IIOV t.. LttKI'311. r President-Mrs. Wilma Medley 5,4 Tu.., 7:10: p.... ClubboD" TI\COINTV, 'LOIIJA wrlllnaand munt state the place fiRST PRESBYTU.AN-N. RI''. 'Sb._
Ind Than. I pm. Elks ...*.* CHECKING ACCOUNTS Pub.: Mar. 2d. April a.. 9, II, UllV or rpsUence. sod pool office. axldreaa a It5.V.10;V. MALCOLM'" A. HARRIll. PII..
Moutis C.tp To... -- of th* claimant soul I munt be sworn A. BYDNEY .
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority P..o.i.i.nt-.Ahi.rt K u.r-; : TIIH nit 11V Jl li.I'Cn f 01 H'r In "bv the hi* avent. or 0:05, ...... s'.nda''"* Woril''pAMi"1'
Cp.llon: Zeta Cbepter Sod Tbu... 110",1..10 I",. I'll1) roil 'I u.n 1'1t'Ol >'n. nttornev I"lr"h: become void 10.00 ...... Churoh ': <>1ESWSF
Po.ld.nl-M.o. J. Edwin I I1st loll Ball T\IK) OK rl.llllllllhereby according; to law 11101 ..... Morning Worship
.Ird ThursH > p.m.. Mm' ., IS' IUOIHP !\
Con Amst.n R. Club UttHT NATION.VI. BYMCOr
XI Gamma Phi Chapter .......Id..t.HIII Bltlo. Toll .Jrt'r.I'rro OF I HPtAHTrxecutor COMMUNITY.
1'.loI..t-M. C. Slosum 'Tbl" Th.ro.. I p.m. AT 7 4011 NO CHARGEFOR MA.ItOAHE'r IJ flllnAflT5 of the ..nunS of POOANCII DICKSON I
ht-.Id Thurs, I p.m.. homesOaughten 1'.p'OTlrl' ....! Uoid If Bardach deceased Silo Pastor I
Martin County elorlcal, Sotlo"1'.OI.d.htoKol. !\ TO I "1tll'rOltAll : (CHABY CRAHY ft CRARVnv Km. Sunday Dcneolm
el the America ReveuiUea 11-00 .
.".. Mil.roll cr.dltor. ot tio Eotote otMII.ltAr.t Worship gervlc
W I'
Regent.-Mr*. M.rjorle MurnlarIrd lit Tues.. 1 :HO n.m.. First National B.Mulll.l. IS. tllrord. "urn..d. ... I'lib. m March Crarv 13 19 28. April 3. 1984IV 0:::50 p.m.: Yonub F.iiom.hip I
Thurs., homes file : VCOo.m.W..t.. .. o.1740. ....,... .._.L.. _._.
notified d-'roqlll..d to -- --- nu. ,jao," ,
Mothers' DeMoley Club LI.tln. So..le. POSTAGE ON YOUR MAIL DEPOSITS claim d.m.nd. whl 'h they .
or RIV.
Pre.1 lent-Mrs. Jackson Wr ght "$'.......,- 4th Mon.. IJiO p.m. Mssnnls Temple a.d.6\b T..... 5 Km.Poim (lfi'lu'u, of the County Jig of Mir \ \ II K llt HHTI "lIl %'n. Sort PI.r. C.n"Soooi,;.
Lsdlss' Aualllary t* ladlaa Rivet tin (County Florid.. In in. court ...ORID.'. IN 'It l5'EHY. KteaJSK. nil .
Eo..p...., 13Thl City Horns Demonstration Oak hiuse at Hluert r',In,'Ida, within ISO 117II Fellowship School 10 a-mT SundayCURTIS Sn.d.y. I
Matriarch Tledys;! Knimaa4th p..ld.n\--.Mro. riliabelh .tlerso.1 .1. II colon,lar month. from the
f ( .! ItAHNKrl A )
Tu..., I pm, 1001' Hall IsO T..... Pull, a a,.. (Clvl (not. NO CHARGEFOR dat of the flrat publication of this S1Nl.\ a Mhhlsan I I i r PENTECOSTAL lISLE- .""",.._

Independent Order el Odd.. Fellows Pslul.,. Kennel Club Nolle. *. Jia'h: ilalm or demand munt mnrpu.rstiol authnrlael In j BKINNEB. Bunds tt..10.
Noble Grahd-Loul. Chaioa 3rd be In writingand Diuat oboe theplace do koint.ss; In lb. Slut. ,'Jam. School
J n> Sunday
rleoretarr John O dray Call A rd'Ir'lr.lUio.; meeting or realilam and poat o'flcaadlresa ot l-.Iorld.. Tim Kvaniallstla Servtee
place .
; ; of th. claimant .nd mimt pm. Wednesday Bible St.
let-lrd Tues I p. ... lOOP BallIndlaa Ploiititf.3011r10 a>
Port Salem. Home Demonalrallon Club be sworn to by the e ,u.'rh: hi* CETHSEMANEoiCHV5CH.OP
River Encampment. II CHRIST i
Chief Pitrlarch-'Ihurmond Wll.on P'n.iui..ni'N.,.. tHInn Newlln DEPOSITS airent or hla stiornndi or It bo- ; N. .TONE) "n" CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Ind 4th Tues. lpa>, IOOF Hell Iflt Thurs I ,HO pm., llvlc Center coin void ariordlnir to law 1.\ltY I.IUUETTII:: : 1010100: Ch.rob. Ssr..n : Jo.o. B.oob i
/./ ALHIlMl! H. 'OIU"!!!' 310. hi, wife. LEON: 0..
- Jensen ... t.b sad AualllaryPresident Riptide PI..... el l Msrtln County A. Admlnlatratir of the Det.ndant. P ,60 ...... Bu.d.... 111M.JR.Kcko..1. IIlnlo_
-< Pre.1.lent--Johnnie C. lOb.. .;.I.le of ot..rllu.t aOt'lHITlrBrn ole: und.
.10. ,. .
(The: Wlmed.usl.) : stard Thure 'i p.m. C;no.,,I Mortlng ......., I\fI'rri'W fllo' pt NI.ICITIOWIS solo ..m. 'I'hor.d.y Wo..htp Blhl. B.nlc.
Pre l,lent-Mra. Haael, Fonherg Lout 'iho,. H p.m.. B..I"... MmliIip NO CHARGE : .>N. BLOTT 4 )'I'IIR.'I.I 5454! 0"1II01l'rn KnolrI
} Ind 4th Fri. I p.m.. J: B Com. Caank. St Lurle Inlet Oil IITFKHOVBy U.II II'RENEW
Out.ef-tate Masons UivitedP Yacht Club W. H. HCOTTAttorney

.E 0. Sisterhood. Commodu-.Lon Ihurs. Hawkea1st for Administrate, TO: J'I.1f' N. lOX EM1I.ertleld rOURDRlVlR'S
P Ch.pO.rPrmld.otMrs. pm, Yacht Club P. O. Iirnwer Iti 11.-sob I'lorida

P. t MI. Stuart Board ol R..II.... tui'I I.'lo'IdlPnb. I I LICENSE .
Presl htsunhll ,.. 25 AprIl I. Pit MARY LEllOF.TTF 10XESveorrleld .k.
lat.Ird Moss. I p'm, homes lent-Ksnii m Illlon1st ON CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR I DURING YOUR "w
bu.... a pm.. Stuart Hotel idono'Io FloridaToo
CI Chspter I" TlnJ Silt \TV IIII.W& .'Its. R'r
Pld"t.-M.*. 0 B. Ashley Stuart Stamp Soclsty SENIOR CITIZENSIT IN .5 \ i) 09054 M 'HII\ f.Uu'l ARE HFRBT NOTIFIED BIRTH MONTH
nd-4tk W..... 10 *.m, home* Free .lei,I 'I hun... llemen..y II, HI'HIIJ that a Bill of toinplalnt to for.
Order el Rainbow for Girls aid Mon. I p..... Publla LibraryTourlel .. I.renal* >.. IWUIn : "'n.e certain mortgage on t h I
Worthy Adol.o-Mguo&. Whlteslde Chub. Re: J fulluwlnv deaxrlbed property So

Tuee. T:10 urn. Maaonla: 'lemple 1st.I.d M..a.. I ..... Youth CMtev BLHIB FHliitn of VR'DESlER.. 1) will Stuart Rotary Club
Palsa Rebekahe
P J"eceasMlMirirn > 'k I rp. LICIB
; Orare Hnll tll7< Meet .
Noble Grand Mre MIIn> U.AU'III'I1'I'(1 : % \ w.. IJ.1Sr
tet-lrd Mo., I pm IOOF Ball Photnix Anit the junnics t fir A%" PK1HIOM:\ ir"UIIK' to th). I AOLHTION'let Kooorii aa.r In E. Stantan
i Maae
s.uert......... Elks ....... 1170 place in the mnon anti ML>hili 1'1111> l. IH-MIUHOK I'lftl Bnnk 4. lave I of the (I President *
Kaalted: Ruler-Deaa looker Ala,. la the ramitst TO +All HUM IT MAVCOSltHN Jiibllr u.>rordi of ilartla County Merit Smith
I p.... MoadayeSluart : : : t'lorlda.ha SesreterrSunrise
Shrine. ChubJ'rmid.otJu.bn Uti: u.I Notice |I. herrhr gives that T. .* InnCITY
Aljet, I.5t'l'I'p'nupr: Ancillary Executor: of the txtat- been filed uralnut you. and you '
lat Tu... V p.m.. Manatee Yacht Club tlP5r'pb OP- s'rpni' of : filld drl'.r ..'. don.I are required ii o.rnv..eo 9' of your ...
Ti) ho : ting ..04potition anew.r or pirn,l In the BUI. of
v .u'o'tn llnir
Commercwd Travelere ft..I": rut: ri< my
United limit NIVI 1 1 ..
Benlor CouaaelorEd Howard N,ill...e I. her..by given that th. First Bank of Indianlown for ord..r 0' fln.1 d I srhurgo lumplalnt ul".m lalntirr. altnrnrva .
tin Ih.Hu.r.bl. WATKOS OlICIS.t.EY. .
lOOr Hall Otl'r.litnrJ un,Icr tI, .1t.1 that I will .ppl HlilPHT *
I ,
lot Tburs pm urovlal' '
Fvan Crarj. Jr.. County till Broward National Hank
of lhapier 1Oo I l. I. *
Ualteel Daughter ., Ike C'ederacyPrealdent Au's. of 0941, will: twa of n;\' ,ilia. Juda-e of Martin Countv. Fl:.rlda, liulMInu. P. u mu,.... 1S03 tort
.-Mr. Marvin. H. .ewUnd (lerk of the l Irciilt itlaier(' .wim the on th* I'Ith day of April 1,<4. or Leiuderdale. lorlda, and file Ih.o.I..ln.1 .
( Von.U.ltv for Martin (r.mty, Mirlla.om, t' In .nd a* eoon thereafter .. the matter anewer or pleading In the COMMISSION
Cbavtar Order ., Eastern Star '......lpt of r r....r of p"blkallon upn ESDIANTOWN FLORIDA may be heard for apt'roval I of *am* offlna of the Clerk of the Circuit
W. Matron-Mrs. Joasih Huberts 11,. till* notke the fktltloua I"01 /e *n4 for an nrd-r of final dio'hure'sI I t Court on or born the Iriih day of STUART
Ind-dtk T _", I p.m. Maaeal Temple wit : nllllle. Ancillary b eculor of thl* .*. April UNt: oth..r..I.. ud..mpnl II'
K A R "A\III.Y: KHOK STOHB .... default : Upt.d entered acalnut you
"GOVERNMENTALOROANIATIONS und.-, whh.1t wc will o.uio In Telephone 597.2181 looted thl t9th day of February for the la till Hill REGULAR MEETING
bualneas, 'haHnir 44 UH. of Ci mplalntDATLU .
I dry Commission bimlneaa In Stuart.our prlnilpal Martin: County plaoof :: .. : o.'oi' /./ riRTDUX KtfER : : This Ith day of March,
Cook of the 1:00: P.M. 2nd
N.yor'-R.Y tla that the irtlea ,. Ajiclllary tx.cutor IIU. and 4th
lad-4tb Mon., I p.., CUT BaD In'sal,I buHlnvss .r i. u..ben Inlerwted J, Me'ker "':."" of duel Drydrn K"... TX1ROTHY PIBRCr. MONDAYS
C..' Guard) Au>lllaryCommander and Moil \liker of Mturlorlila tI.roed. Clerk of the Circuit Court
... J Bauman HTKWAUTXM DER KLL8S 'Circuit Court i* Walter ,
and that there
ar* no nth.
Hen. I p.... Coast Guard .... .... pron In.er..t.d In aald husi,..*. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONsti..u&mA&ts.u..m&f.&M.u..u CAIU1IB1 HLBrKT for A BO18L! TAttorneys Sluart City naB I ,

Ceuntr: C_...... ROXIItJ HOUr: :KT"CKEHd J. M('KfcllS JUrrey aim Beach Buiidinfw000 Florida P. 0. Drawer 1501 lalntlff futile Always Welcome

OlloinnuA.OaJrdt. ,..**. I Ml*. *Waane Jn, OwrlhetM ,Pubs K..rch U. U. 21. April 3, 1944 Alt....nr.o It. eIIl'i1: r.3.'eeutorFub. I. SaIl Fort Pub. Laud March rdale U ,It,Florida It, April i 1KI I ....

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..,..... .. .... ." ...... ........-.. .,.-- .. .- TilE STUVRT (Florida) NEWS Thursday, April 2, 1964 1-D,

.. .,::j.;:.. ', .. H.. .. Jensen Beach Boy Scouts Are'''

+oq d ,. I" I
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F' 1l.1RJIi\ Recipients of Many Awards

i '. Pak 402 of the Jensen Beach Achievement awards for \last For entertainment, the bo ,
-':', ,, Boy Scouts met Wednesday night, months denuu Kit,t" were given enjoyed) using for the first time
; : : .. ; Mareh 25 at the American Legion to Carll Duryca Rick Pauly/ and several games which they had
; Hill. theme was Murdi! Gras," Dave IXci made inclurmg ring toss and beanbag
Small flouts were made hy the throws. Clyde Duryea d I U
t"4' ," md prices for the most colorful .
i the themeildkmg
.,.costume wire won by Arnold boys 'using MikeAllisut magic tricks and Chuck Yanko-
dom; with prizes going to
SI. { lair and David! IXei :: vieh. Gary and Jimbo Shipes dressed
,. I Carll and Clyde DurycaIXn
and! like the
I sang
r. .' II I No. I awards were as follows
1 Jeri Brims bear badge, gold
... : 1RIBBI MSin.NG
; New Books at star and denner stripe: (aril Diir
sear, webelo badge: Charles II Mr and Mrs Arthur Tribby
Diiryea, first year den chief pin: of Bedford Ohio, arrived Situr-
-, Library HereNew and Mike Allison, assistant den. day for a visit with Mrs. ItelenRichardson
,...\ .;. nero of S.\V. Clarisso Road.
W t. I Den No 2 awards were presented Jensen Bench, and with Mrs Richardson
: books\" at Martin County ol: Jimho ShiiH-s 1 gold arrow I I i mother I Mn Orpha Apple
rt Public Li"rlll'mclude: and two. silver arrows. Barren who is presently I a patient at
HO .... Koad to Ninctah" adventures lweedbobciil pin and Rick the Kirby Nursing Home on North
,.. and excavations ot. Sir Austen La Piiulv. lion biulKC, Indian River..Drive
k .
yard KubieTo -- --- ---
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Hull Park In JensenBench
essay on "Why I IVant to be a through lime and equipment
contributed by Martin County CANDID,Mb, FOR
Than Ever Are Teacher"
I III More Scholarships Before Application blinks for Mine of Company and loridu I employes Power & Light Democratic NationalCommitteeman
the scholarships were included
five feel high
Four pole eighty-
Senior Class the information given to the students were set In the bull park Saturdayby

Available for Martin High guidance. Others office arc at the available school at Since the employes power' company Power. company and county em

Other scholarships include: Jun Daughters of the American Revolution Parent Teacher Association, $200to they scholarships are varying, Marie deadlines Hucnmg un, guidance the. ploycs few days.will Install tight fixtures ina Friday, April 3rd, 12 noon 'til 2pm.

j' Urge Parents for Woman Club, $200 toward $125 scholarship to Indian a graduating senior. director, has urged parents
first year for a girl student; River Junior College: Stuart \\onians Club, $175 to to co-operate by encouraging sen The total laundry bleach market TRADEWINDS CAFETERIA
Push Flmer Guy McKee Memorial Martin County Classroom Teach a girl graduate who intends to u>r students to complete applications is clans;( to one billion quurtaannually
Filings Scholarship, donated by Mrs Alba ers Association $300 to graduating enter Indian River Junior College on time., I :...__._-__- __--- __ Sfiinlown Slumping Center, U.S. No. I, Fort Three
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senior interested in studyingfor the Martin County Tubercu -
McKee, to a graduate of St.
} By Deadlines Lucie Indian River, Martin or the teaching profession; Ionic! and Health Association! will *
Okeechobee counties! $250 a year National Secretaries Associa award $200 to a senior girl graduate I E & R MAINTENANCE SERVICE RECEPTION AND TEAt
for two years; tion, Stuart chapter $100 to a who expect to enroll in a
'' Information on several ItChol- Nina Haven Charitable Founda senior girl who intends to pursue nursing education program the
arship opportunities were diotl'ib-! tion, established,by the late stephen a secretarial career Those seniors interested in i Mowing, Spraying Hauling Club
vted in detail to all seniors at Peabody, sixteen grants ofa Martin County' High School teaching should complete applica Tree TrimmingPARKING Port St. Lucic Country
Martin County High School on flexible amount to worthy students lion for the Merit Scholarship forTeaching to meet
Tuesday! March 31. for their college courses! Contest, sponsored by LOW MARKED
They: include the John W. amounts not named; Martin ChapterOf the Junior Chamber of Commerce UNUtRf.ROUM SI'KIVkLKR: SYSTEMS: Mr. and Mrs Elliott Roosevelt
Stokes Scholarship of $1,000 a Stuart Business & Professional with April 10 as deadline Thisis REPAIRED: CK INSIAIXt.II
year for four years, a vocational Women Club, $100 for a girl I a four-year $2.000 scholarship MAINTENANCE Friday, April 3rd, 4 p,m. 'til 6 p.m.
award totaling $600, and two Indian graduate: Red Cross Is sponsored jointly by Slate Jaycees GENERAL
River Junior College awardsof Anna Miller Circle of the Elks, I I and th Florida Consumer Finance PO. BOX 927 PIIONF 287-2025 $100 Per PnllnI
$225 a year for two years The $200 for a senior planning to enterIndan Association, Students bidding forit
Stokes Foundation awards are River Junior College; Closer to Quota I must submit a .150 to 200.word
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treated fully in an announcement Beta Club of Vl-irt, County I II <
; elsewhere! in today's News High School, $100 for'a'senior 'boy;;; O A Willocks, Red Cross field

I:1 feting Beta a Sigma$1,000 Phi scholarship sorority,il of.I I or Halputiokee girl: ChapleC of the representative the Red local Cross workers at Miami drive on/,hereWith congratulated progressof I DO NOT BELIEVE that the position of County

75 per cent of its $12,000

goal chapter collected stands, the a Martin chance of County being Judge should be used as a means to gain legal ex

first in South Florida to go
over the top in thin year* campaign
I ," he said perience or private business. '
f Mrs. Hugh L. illoughhy, drive
1t chairman, and Ray N. Friel, cochairman
thanked those workers

who have and urged completed those. their Mill collections work.. THE PEOPLE OF MARTIN COUNTY deserve-

ing to complete their calla and

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Icr is "on the job" helping residents l.I l.
I of Martin County locate and
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t l I I problems of the people of this county a man who .

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2 t> TIIF STUART flla) I\FHS Thursday, April 2, 1964 ,Ur*. Splitt Held --- -. -r'
March 14
Cornelius Married in
"" '-- .-" -.. --'...- I II II Easter Dinner Mary Jane :

SOCIETY "Mr Erna Split! Port Salerno California to David Martin de Steiguer 7r : ,

NEWS4. I cnlerMined at an EH"orlInlll1: :

I! dinner at her hrtwe. The" tattles Wedding vow were exchanged '

v'<*mmimmHmHmtf i .\<* : were decorated with I-iMer I Ihrw." Saturday March 14 at 4V: ) pm I .

ertI hy Miss Mary Jane Cornelius and ( .
Building Details RevealedAt I I Among the 1"01111erl' Mi ,mdMm David Martin de Stelgtier./ in the '

Withhold Ourmellcrr\ Wayfarer' Chapel near Redondo .

Jensen Women's Meeting i I Leo I I.. Newlin, Kirs J runc. s: Btich Parent, Calif.of the couple are Mr { :sssl\

,I hie. Mrs Harry Shoup, Mi nil and Mrs Eugene S Cornelius, t. ,/'.:,.' ,. t/'i .O.4': ,\ .
\ special meeting of the Jen This meeting provided an op Mrs Horace Reddelicn. Mi mil Krueger Parkway, and Mr. and ,. r I ., r ''' ",
I ; Mrs. Herman Krueger, Mrs \g MM Rodolph de Stciguer, Long : '
for member" offer(
Beach Women Associations units to
M.n port 1 :
nes Jenefcs Mr. and Mi" lack Butch. Calif .
\is called on Monda\ March 10i any sugocMww: they consideredbeneficial ,I I laming, Mr, and Mrs J J.I.i 'ran e s The chapel( was decorated with : i
i h' liscuss the clubs building pro and to receive answers Pethirs, :Mrs Margaret I3imil native California! flowers, palms, t ;
to any questions concerning details Mrs. Magnus Norgri1., ', .
tin, and to study !plans whichc ferns and shrubbery/ tt\ '
( about which: unccrtiuntN of'
\c been submitted anv Traditional wedding music was
might exist R \'K FROM TRIP !played "
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10 ATTtM UrDDINGOr Given in marriage by her father r:
meeting indicated great interest in the hrlde wore a floor-length .
Reception Friday IIIFIR!
this program and a detailed! report I silk .
; <
.. gown of lace over organic : ,
Mr. and Mrs ( ornelms
Mrs Frances llubbcll chiir Eugene! .
For New Pastor at The upper part of the bodice and ,,
Krueger Parkway have returned "... ..
+ man of the building committee ...
sleeves lace and the skirt was
Baptist Church : from a two-week trip to I ong1
as to what has been accomplishedto
apphuued with flowers. She worea
Reach. (Calif to attend the wedding r j
date, was well received
Friday evening, beginning at t The next rcgulir business meetIng I of their daughter.( Mary Jane inrrP veil of silk illusion held by a
'n(I. the First Bjptist hurch of the cluh will he held next They also visited their daughter r seed pearl and crystal crown Her
,II honor Rev and Mrs ForreMiikms 1 Monday April h. I and 'son.hn-law. Mr. and Mrs ) I ) ofr bouquet was while orchids
\\ with i a reception All Robert Gurri'40n.; Prescott Aria. I Mrs Robert Garrison of Pres- r a M.. ? J:
11r tt cod, Aria, sitter of the bride, wnmlltronolf.honor
i While Los I visited
in t m her sand friends of the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tillman in Angeles they .,. She wore a
church are invited There will he Disncylnnd and KnottlIer ) +
spent several days in Jacksonville' I' tti floor.length gown of lavender silk
mi' program! The event will he las) week While their they cclebratcd T ii rmDUTilllrKS. s and carried a bouquet of cymbidium -
i II !slit acquainted" reception I his birthday on March 2< orchids The maid-of.honor : ) .
; Ol 1812
IIHI J) V IUVIIFON; / Mill Joann Worthan fl Parque s < : ,f54 ,
C alif, wore a pale aqua silk floor. / : s c a
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Mrs M. Ci;. I.ilinian and Mrs <1 tt
l1 length gown and her bouquet was > a a
RATTAN Ernest I >on. entertained numbers ; cymhidium orchids V 1i.J
of the Alexander Wright (haplcr Serving as ben man was Charles .
of the U. S. Diur-hkrs of I 1812at I d t King Jr. Kansas City, Mo., and .t.}... f tt
a luncheon ul the Yacht Club usher was Robert Inabmctte. ,';

Repaired and Refinished Resliiiinnl Pert SArno, Wedncs ,kra Orange, Calif : ', f';: ,",. .' .
div Murch 25 d For her daughter's wedding, Mrs ..
Sanford M Neal, former Mar French vanilla ft ,
: Cornelius chose' a ,,
tin Counts librarian, ipokr on jsi. lace sheath dress and wore a cor ',;<,,& ... '.. I
FORST CUSTOM RATTAN communist infiltration i n labor ( ; I4 sage of beige calalya orchids '" 1' 1.t '-- '

unions and their American irgun. ,, ,, Mrs de Steiguer, mother of the > (
i/utions. bridegroom, chose a pale pink I t ,
Vl-A lOBE SOUND 546.5216 Mrs Harry Thixlon Henderson i 'I 4 .' < .
crepe( dress and wore pale pink Of" .
Ky.. was a guest.P orchids, ,, 1/ '. 'to. "
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.." yJ. Following the ceremony a reception ." 4!tir- f .... t: ....
was held at Marmeland IAIRS ,: .
P Restaurant, Redondo Beach Decorations ...'V....(' .. _; : ***
and fern -
For her were wedding gardenias trip to Hawaii, ID: C>ODI,\VSKI: models the outfit she made to enter the t

d the new Mrs de Steiguer chose !!sewing division of the Fine Arts Festival of District 10 of the FlorIda I'
J. ? A +a j MR. AND MRS DAVID M\RMN de SIFK.UrR; a blue wool suit, trimmed with Federation of Women's ('lubln! West Palm Beach, Wedncsd ,
jI while mink and her corsage was
Godlewskl has entered the
I a white calalya orchid. March 25. This i is! the second year Mrs
\ srv 1s. I The bride attended Roxbury contest She is a member of the Junior Woman's ClubVOTE
Sixteen Yachts Visit I School Roxbury Township N. J. --------------

rajv and is a graduate of Martin County
High School, She is employed asa FOR
'I I legal !secretary in Long Beach
s a Marina Past Week Her husband attended Beloit I
"yg s in College! Beloit Wis., and graduated
I .from Kansas State! University, i:
I Manhattan, Kan', with a degree
. ;E'i I The Ralph Evinrudes "Chanticleer el ilo, Mich:. and Mr. and Mrs i in engineering He :is employedby

r I led the Easter parade of Harold E. Lee, White Plums, N. Y. ,I the Pacific Scientific Companyin
yachts and yachtsmen arriving nt''' Mr and Mrs. J, A. Me\\horter I-os Angeles

,Fla Iris Langford Marina this past week. Dallas, Tex; Bruce Gillies and i I The couple is residing at 4100
The Evinrudes returned Sunday i 1 Ted Huffman, Syossct N. Y.; Mr. I Broadway. Long Beach,
following a two-week fishing trip and Mrs James Morgan Hunt. Out of-town guests were Mr
Ig )e's h In the Bahamas. Guests aboard mgton, Long 1 Island, N, Y I and Mrs Charles King and Mrs s y
1 were Mr and Mrs C. B. Neal of I Mr and Mrs James Baker Fort K 1 C. Regan, all of Kansas City, }
fiIi Petcrbouroiigh, Onlaria, Can: Mr Wayne Ind.; Dr. and Mrs George Mi., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Mrs Evans! Crary Sr of Stuart Farris. Chattanooga, Tenn, and damson, Prescott, Aria.
': ; and Einile druppe, noted '' Mr and Mrs William Chisholni, r I. r ,
I, landscape trtist nine Hill Falls, MeCHWISIrNINOIIFI. ,Marcia Mae in
Neal is president of Outboard
Marine rV|Me5Wian i of Canada 1 : : OI .. Vacation VisitMiss \
The fishing trip chmaxed a five OR JENNIFER IIIC.II Marcia Mile Madison
day business conference held at I JOHNSON; / 01f.AS; / ...R Avenue, a piano student at

r the Evinrudes for executives Outboard Marine Jennifer Leigh daughter 0 f land Institute of Music, cleve-I
total Corporation : I Mr and Mrs Robert M Johnson Ohio, is visiting her 'y a
A of sixteen t yachts six
vacation Miss Lois
and granddaughter of Mr and ing spring
from Florida, were Langlurd Mama !Mrs Fred L. Hall 536 Osccolu Latnick, trumpet major at the institute 1
guests this past week Many Street, was christened on Easter is a guest of Miss Mile cot
others brought their owners and I Sunday at the First Methodist Mist Alice Ride-out, Miss Heather
friends up for the day or for a Church in Stuart by the Rev Walter Alhrecht, and Miss! Nancy El-
few hours to dine af Frances Lung.ford's all students at the institute,
D Jcssup' I'ollowinlthe/ t nor ISABEL EVANSSUPERVISOR
Outrigger Restaurant a breakfast was held spent last' Sunday with Miss Mize
Florida yachts and" owners in- for ef family; 7 and friends at. the homeof and Miss Latnik. The girls water
chided the "Maruva, Mr and Mrs. I.ettie C. Dugun, great- skued and later held a barbecue
Mrs. R S, Edwards Nokomis, OF REGISTRATIONMay
aunt of Jennifer I.cigh. at the home of Miss' Mize, Miss
Fiesta, Mr and Mrs. Russell Rideout and MilS Alhrecht are 5 1964 Democratic Primary
Henry, Delray Beach.
SON '10 STRUMS: guests of Shins Elnor at her homein I (P>lil rolitl,'Hi AilvvrtlMintnl
"Dream Boat II, Morton I.ev- Fort Lauderdale I
die w \ yY. itt. Delray Beach: Four Bills IV,"' Mr and Mrs Thomas Strum, _or -------- -- -- -- -- -------.
J Mr. D McAlphm Bell Palm I Roanake, Va, announce the birth
leach: Masquerador," Captain; of ahoy, Thursday, March 26
Senator and Mrs. Fred O. Dickinson with their children left to Bob Wellington Miami: and Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. CORAL GARDEN LANES
Heidi.," Mr. and Mrs WilliamM. G W. Strum, Jensen Beach. the

right, Dwight, Douglas, John Daniel, Kathy, and Fred. Slemons, Orlando father i is a former employe of
Out-of.staten included "I ightung the Stuart NewsSmoKfy I
I ,"' Lieutenant Colonel R E. Present A

Willsie Hampton, Va; Crusud- Says
QUALIFIED FOR LEADERSHIP fr," Mr, and Mrs Leighton B. "
Dorey, Mcadowhrook, Pa, "Graol SMALL SEED- 191 Calendar of Events for this Week
," Mr and Mrs Francis H, I UNW WILL .rase
Alderman, Muskegon, Mich, I&WWBGIF I .A
Fred Bud IMcklnxon, candidate for the Democratic nomination for ,
born In
governor won Hshcth II," Mr. and Mrs. FIRE W KEPT The Sensational Tap Playing also Thursday,
West Palm Dancing Hip !
"" where h | WEDNESDAY
and their five B""Lh.Ul children. presently rfltldrt with hili wife. the former Mildred Goddard, John Nichols, Sea Island, Ga.; Friday Saturday

Manatee," E. L. Crabhe, TomsRiver Organising our Summer Commercial League Interested bowlers .
The former Itala senator!!! fr01" Palm Beach Collllly h In attorney by profession. lie I" a memo N. J.: "Carousel"' F. PTucker Mi Invited. League bowling 3/$1.00 >
bee 01 the First Methodist' Church where he has taught an adult Sunday School class for the post Rid Bank" N, J'Neptune .
V V.
A. Gravell
U ).a". Hamilton! Ontario, Can;; "Toxa- i THURSDAY Teen-ater night| 7 p.m. to II p.m. No alcoholic beverage:

llilN native Ron' heritage goes back over US years way," Ben Dorset, Clayville, Va. I I I'i' ( sTrys served.
"LAdy Helena" Captain and Mrs Swing with the Flip Top, Admission $1.00
lie WM educated In Kelsey City (Lake Park) elementary school l, Palm Heath High School, Robert Hill, Boston, Mass; and Strictly supervisedor "
where he WM pmldenl of the sfudrnl body; the University of Florida; and John B. Stetson' Unlverlty Seal Gull," Mr and Mrs Warren all your bowling 7 to 10 p.m. 150.
where he graduated with many honors, Including being president of the student body. A Bet ,Georgetown, Md. Remember Thursday b Teenagers night

Senator D Dkkhwon fcft college when Pearl Harbor wan attacked and enlisted In the United New 'arrivals ut angford I Villas '
I Slates Marine Coroi and he trved In action from Guadalcanal lo Okinawa being decorated for bravo include Mr. and Mrs David Sym> lti11 FRIDAY Coral Garden! Spare Room host;. the Friday night Mixed Couple
hi aclkm. the end of roes, North Haven Conn; Mr, teem graxiagf League. AD persons Interested In ,Joining our Summer League
cry By the war he had advanced from private to lieutenant. and Mrs. Paul S. Gilbert Oak- Keep the email
Invited free to our banquet 1 p.m. Bowling rate! 3/l,00
I lit H54 he WM elected to the Florida Howe of Representative* by the largest vote ever accorded .
a local candidate. In 1956 he WM elected to the Florida Senate, then reelected In 1958. In ALWAYS SATURDAY That wonderful bowling party $375 per couple. All your
1959, he resigned from the Senate to run tot governor In 1960. bowling: plu a deliekiu. buffet dinner. Contests, PrL/es Fun

In May 1941 he was appointed chairman and organized the Florida Council, of 100, a non. THERE... 9:30 p.m. to ?
profit corporation 100 of the Hates leaden deiigned to promote and dcvelon the Industrial growth of win'' UE 9.30 p.m. to T May we have your reservation AT 7.5343

the stale, uniting free with This .la ALL
enlrrprbe FLORIDA
government an organisation.
HELP SUNDAY 4:30 p.m. April 5th and every Sunday king & Queen of the
j In 1959. he received the. coveted Allen Morris Award M the outstanding First Termer In Ihe Lanes. Winner on IV game night Purse $100. Men t\O\ %,
\ Florida Legislature. In 1956, he wan named Outstanding Young Man of the Year by the West Palm Ladies 75rr, Handicap of 20(1.( Bowl 6 game on 4 lane
I Beach Jaycees.In .
Come to Coral Gardens, recreation center.
1958 he wait recipient of the legion of Honor for excellence In government from the Supreme
Council of the Order of DeMolay. In 1962, he received the award as the outstanding cllUin of Just come in and relax in a C-o-o-l Friendly At.

Florida from the Order of the Knight of Columbu hi Oriundo. mosphere. All our facilities are yours to enjoy.

lie WM elected fund chairman of the Florida Heart Association In 1960, and MM chairman

of the Florida Cancer Cru\&deIll1961. When he resigned from the Florida Council of 100 chairnanshlp All your bowling 9 a.m. to 1 $1.00
he WM uruwmouhly voted an honorary l.fe-tlme membership.He .
7 days a week
b a Shriner, a member of the KiwanU Cub Veteran* of J'orellftVa", \nierkan Legion! ,
B.PO.E.. Order of DeMolay, Florida and American Bur Association*, and the alumni associations ot
both the University of Florida and SteUon University. Bowling rates all other times 3 games, $1.00

He b an active leader In the YMCA, and a trustee of the Florida Sheriffs' Boy's Ranch.

He b a director of the following organization The Florid. Children* Home Society of Jaik.aonvllle .
; First Amerkan Bank of North Palm Beach; Spencer Boat ('ompanyft Palm Beach) the CORAL GARDEN LANES

Symphony Society of the Palm Beach, Inc., and b the director for Florida for the United Student Aid
Fund, which loam million of dollars fa private funds la student m they may complete their! college
educatiuwi. U.S. Route I 4 Miles South of Stuart 287-5M3 )'

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WINNFRS IN (the District 10 fine Am Festival of the Florida price for New England tvulet color and Mrs Edgar M.irlm. set
I.Federation ol WomenCluh held .11\ West Palm Beach in March ond price for oil paintmv. ,n Southeastern Indians in '.\\,'rl\
arc these members the local: cluh. left to right: Mrs James I Pocket ;
Daley. first pri/c tor shell plaque; Mrs Kenneth Griffith, first) -
TUB" : JAYCt'ES campaign,! to register all unregistered! voters heforr Salurda) Travclmn .."I11'UI1II1I1of, 'bossy' were Roy Friscia
At District Ten's Fine Arts Festival March 25 April 4, was exemplified hv this float with a registered cow and! the Jack Hampton, lotHenderson Dick Pr>or and Mat Vickers.

theme "I'm Registered.hy n_ _n. _Aren't___ _n.You_"_which__ toured_ __Sturm_ __Jajcee) _membersVOTE __ ___ ___n _

Three Woman's Club Members Winners

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Three members Members of the local cluh who
Cluh of Stuart\ere antony the attended the festival were: Mrs. I
winners the annual District 10 I I
J. B. Watson! Sr., Mrs Flora
Fine Art Festival held at the
West Palm Beach Woman's C'luh.Wednesday I frey Mrs. Vincent Vilurdi, Mrs. FOR MARTIN COUNTYIN
March 25. Florence Mahy, Mrs. Ralph Hartman -
Sale Time at. Mrs. Kenneth Griffith won the Sr., Mrs. Hugh Ciuwn. Mrs. I
blue ribbon in the wutcr color S. L. Wilde, Mrs. Walter Sanders I TUB 33RD DISTRICT
competition for her interpreta Mrs. H. W. Newsome. Mrs. C .
lion of a New England street R. Vanderveer and Mrs. Andrew ,
scene. Mrs. James I. Daley was
Ferrara. Airs L. Ashby Arhogust,
awarded a blue ribbon for her past president of the I ivcl) Arts
shell plaque in the crafts division Club, was a guest
I and a second prize was given Mrs. Mrs. Vandervecr and Mrs Per-
Edgar K. Martin in the American rara, president and vice president
Heritage division for her oil paint respectively of the Stuart Woman STATE SENATEMARTIN
ing of "Poverty Pocket," a scene Club, attended. a reception at the
depicting the Indians of the Lake Worth WImanIun where
Southwest.The l. I they conveyed the congratulationsof
hlue ribbon winners, Mrs. the Stuart members to the
Griffith and Mrs. Daley, will represent I Lake Worth women on the occasion
District 10 in the Mule competition of the kilter's fiftieth miniversarv. -
at Jacksonville in April. .
The club was also represented! -- -- ---.
at the festival by the art entries of COUNTY RATES A SENATOR WHO GETS THINGS
Mrs. W. Ira Williams and Mrs.
Alfreda Hogarth: Mrs. Hugh \\
(lawn was club representative in Ia. ) f' A

.r'v i the sewing contest.MVRRIVGK t \_,. ,..
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U"F.NSF.APPUCA11 ".,,< .... .
I Leon Robert Orr. Palm City t
to Donna Marie Larch, Stuart.
Freddie Eugene Young to Ursula BACK JACK
Marie Njding I!, both of In- I '
diantown. I "
Leslie D. Barton WtM Palm. .
Beach, to Irene 'Cecelia; !Eloranta !
of Lake Worth.TILLMANS 1 1I

ON 301II ANNIVERSARY: I I YOU f '.iswIJ -. .

Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'lillinun/ were' r'
honored on their thirtieth wedding I BEINGROBBEDll ,
anniversary at a dinner and I ." I
party given in Lakeland March 3
by Mrs. Tillmun's father J. A. !
Brown, and her brothers, J. H..
J. K.. and Ralph Brown. I
YM, nay s..uth.lNt'n.. !w
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Frick- ribbed by carrlraa bu.-nln of oat
four mat valuabl ..
CUflCfl. son, and three children, have been our fowl .1'...... million Soutb.riirn '. ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen. mAke their living from our "
Akron Avenue, for a month ..oodl.ndl.,.mllUnne, mON.nJo* I,
to moving into their homeon their .ddld..nd awnlo .bwuly.
prior W. ALL aliara In the |tom to our I vr
West Sixth Street. On Easier t ulhrn" Konurnv. Stop ihia appulllni .. "
Road Ilohc Sound Sunday the HJn en's greatnephew ......1 NCVEIC..t. trt t4 i t
Bridge Jim Hansen, and a friend, .without taking piwcautlnni In. .. .
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Harvey Dale Johnson, both students an BB CAKKfUt wit* t
Ufiilnd malchM and >
II at the University of Minnesota NEVEH ...... ST.clfa anal.ttm..e II'. .e r't $7 ,
were guests. d.wd out r n o,
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i uou ___ .Jack and Fayc Williamson have three daughcrs, Sandy, 11; Becky,

6 and Linda Faye, 9. They are shown above at their home.


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How about Hie Polira, below if r Yah, how about
undo. Thou ore just two ot them tint Full vinyl upholstery. A snip" down canter JACK H. WILLIAMSONDEMOCRATIC
The difference Dirt, the Dod(. on top. II. auras hi IronL A telactioa of power plintt less D D tJ
compact And It you think M doesnt look compact, Clrsll"the"" price an come dote to. Price That'i ge
here are I taw other surprises: It doesnl -t nde the luckerl I This fdl-dn Dodge It priced model 'loror
tike off like most compact) Dart't the tarp l nodal with Ford end Chevy CHRYSLER
economy m compact Roomy. Powerful. Hilt*. G*tee '.... FuN-mo Dodgy Compict Dirt W.'I 0000I tIIVItIOtf C MOTMtlULiMER OtIrof"lflOllYII
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THE STUART (Fla.) NEW Thursday, April 2, 1964 .

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By LLL C\MN JR. decide what they want, prepare or S
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obtain designs, get a cost estimate '
A group numbering nearly fifty .
and set up a repayment plan before
attended the Indiantown Civic
Indiantown I on such a loan could be approv '.
Club .I
the night of ntlC:: 21 Present to should form a steering! committee :

discuss! regular business and to cd
isk about a recreation loan from
Mr. Stewart asked! and answered
the federal government were members ; A
number of with
a quetiondelilina
of the club rcpresentaivics
and the proposed Civic Club recreationloan.
of local agricultural agencies
interested residents Before leaving, he suggested
that if the club was adequately
John H Stewart Farm Home the of 13.
of Lake prepared by night April 4 w
Administration supervisor he and a loan reviewing officer
Worth told the very interested could attend another meeting that t
group that they were eligible for night in Indiantown the club'srecreational
,i recreational loan; but that they
__ committee is preparing -
for the night of April 13.

Smoker Say$: Lee Ceson Jr. of the U. S Soil "
: Conservation Service, assisted Soil 1vi
Conservation Service Extension P r o tc
Service and Vocational Agriculture -
N0, n WASNii A60M8.IUST
leaden in planning and conducting
l lga. a land judging contest at '
Pompano Beach on March 24-25. ) .
This contest occurs annually for
Future Farmers of America in
I Dade and Browned counties. The
i North Miami fFA Chapter won
and will compete in the Mate hind sulk
judging contest at Marianna on
April 3.4. Land Judging contestsare 9 0

being held In forty Florida '.... "" '
counties this year for the benefit 'Wfcr"-,:
M of Future Farmers of America,
'IM( BROTIILR.S brought along a commercial egg carton to usrto
4.H Club members Boy
.. /MM.. Scouts of America The contests "' prevent breakage of eggs they found at the Stuurt Youth Cents
.. I 11 J i develop leadership qualities in 1 egg hunt, and to expedite counting. Their sister also gave thennhand.

Forest firn. em lie nor young men help them to identify .
destructive than in A-bomb l soils!.,. and to use them properly F
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t(/. :'f.).(: r v p One Killed, Four Hurt in

;A", ,fPa,4t, 'f> Sale I Accident on Murphy RoadOne

( :, -}r man was killed and four the front seat of the car. Not him

other received minor injuries were Charles R. Rankin ucmv
: .:?? /: ;!< late Friday when a com three, of Fort Lauderdale. and'
) Ime pact auto went out of control on Miss Lynn Coman, twenty-two. of
\ / ). \ ; ", a i curve on Murphy Road in Palm Pompano Beach, who were riding
City and overturned twice. in the back seat.
\ WASHINGTON, COCOANUT AND ROYAL PALM GRACE THIS BLOCK ON EAST OCEAN BLVD. Killed was Daniel Paul Hart I The four young people were
wcnty-six, of Oakland Park The driving from Fort Lauderdale to
forHENS ,- --------,,-- -- ------ - -- -- auto which he was driving skid- Jensen Beach to visit Hart's .i lcr.Hdrt' .
; -- -- ded on a curve hit soft sand and l death brought to seven
Stuart Chamber to Help in I overturned. the number of persons killed n
Receiving a broken collar bone crashes so far this year m Martin l :
News' for Veterans
was Miss Carole Wright, twenty- County, Fight were killed in coua
State Summer Promotion"Picture one, who was riding with Hart in ty accidents during all of 196.

and ROOSTERSStarts Issued by Keller
Yourself in Florida Entry blanks for winning "Happy

Monday April 6th _____.____... _______.. ... ......_ ..___ 1 is the theme of the unique new the Florida Porpoise will be MOTHPROOF
I available in Chambers of( Com
summer tourist promotion of Flor FREE I
Veterans holding permanent GI for cash, all protection under the i d Commission. merce throughout Florida as wellas
i a Development other where tourists STORAGE BAGS
life Insurance policies borrow insurance ceases and cannot be at points
Our Hours Are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. may renewed or reinstated Dixon said Plans were announced at a pre stop Local motels and restaurantsmay
up to 94 per cent of their policy view of spring and summer advertising pick up a supply at the chamber
Annual interest GI
on policy With Our Regular Dry Cleaning Service; '
cash surrender to meet commission, of. office after April 15 The
loans is charged at 4 per cent on program by
Tequcsta Dr., Tequesta, Fla. financial emergencies M T. Dixon the unpaid balance. If not paid, ficials recently in West Palm I Labor contest will run Junel through
of the Florida Department of it in added to the loan principal Beach at a session attended byMrs Day
The chamber plant to We Now Protect Your Garments
i Veterans Affairs, stated and begins to draw interest, Rosalcen Murray ) compile
This action, while reducing the i Repayment on the principal l on of Stuart Chamber of !commerce. a list of advantageous Martin mites for, !
746-3433 and Dick Russell photography in County
I amount of protection does leave Four live Florida-trained MLDEN
the loan may be paid in amountsof por and welcomes ideas and ,
the policy in force. On the other in suggestions MOTHS ODOR
$S or any multiple thereof, and poises will top 306 prizes a picture from the general as I j
r hand, if the policy ill surrendered at any time before default in payment taking contest for the best :to what should be included public, At No Extra Charge
of premiums. See the local snapshots of families having fun 'I
veteran service officer for a loan in florida-or winners may take CIIAMBFR BO\RI
F.a LANGFORD .HALL application. or write Dixon at P. $1\,000 in cash if they already havea IN THURSDAY Mltr:
:[; O Box 1437 St Petersburg. porpoise or can use the $1,000to I
.' :-.., greater advantage. Florida fam Stuart Chamber fo Commerce: COMET CLEANERSKWIK
,. < ,' ;::- : : PARK ASSN. PTA ProblemsTo are expected to be an Inducementto monthly business meeting or I
/: :: :,': 1. Floridians to see their home I Thursday, April 9. meeting foi r CHEK SHOPPING CENTER
.r. state, as well as to coax familiesIn coffee at 8 a,m. at the Town House: SfUARfNominateandElcct
Be ReviewedAt
for the opportunity of making Restaurant on South Federal High

the vacation pay its way way in Stuart,
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/ Presents Tuesday Meet I


Several issues of importance
will be on the agenda when the
Martin County High School Parent -
/ Teacher Association meets at
Stuart Junior High School cafe. _
4'4 eriu at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7. d : n
KIDDIES I The group will he asked to de
cide if there are to be two PTAs- : 'H
one for the junior and one for :" :
the senior high-now that the :
school are in different locutions ,. ,
Should there be a junior high 1
PTA, and the senior PTA "by ': I
discontinued' I PTAon ;, i
the high school level be discontinued
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PTA The said executive if it is committee decided to of continue the. JOHNSON I IS

FUN DAY the P FA in both schools the

officers. will be elected at the meetIng !

The program for the eveningwill
be Building Interest in Our J
Young People There will he a
presentation of all youth organizations .
and clubs in the schools : I
THURSDAY APRIL 2nd by their respective presidents along
with a shot discussion of activities COUNTYr
s All parents are urged to attend J

STARTING AT 2:30: P.M. the meeting.

'II. Mayor's Brother JUDGE :


OF FUN AND THINGS TO DO Mrs. Hannus HitAn : 1

lu luI c In The Democratic
ounce of precaution.. is i wortha Primary I
Performing Elephants Ponies Aerialist pound of cure, and sometimes a
"\\boa, mare!" is better than aWoef

Free Acts Galore Mayor' MAY 5TH ;
And that i the way it was at
Colorado and Seventh Monday
e afternoon. I j
AND Mrs Ihyra Teklund Hannus of
Stuart was south on Colorado I
Rides-Real Western Ponies and decide to make a left !
( turn so she did straight into the "I will be available to all of the people of Martin
Path of a northbound car driven County at all times, in the County I

Children's Mechanical Rides by quan Robert N. J.,D who Cooke had,of as Manas-passengers Judge's/! chambers at the Court I louse. I intend to devote my full energies to the position."

his brother Stuarts Mayor Mallory L. JohnsonVOTE
II Ray Cooke, and hill six.year-old
FOR FUN RUN 'I'0IiXI son' Riehard: '

IiXI II pp;, No one was seriously hurt butt
there was estimates! damage! of
ui i i ;I LANGFORD HALL PARK $300 the Hanmis car: and: $200 FOR JOHNSON
tl to the Cooke car
Route 707, Jensen Beach Patrolman Hank D'Elm charged
Mrs Hannus with failing to yield

the right-of-way causing an acClJenU (Paid Politick Adv.rtl.tn.nt4.D >




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'TIFF m'iRT (Florida) NEW1Ihurodaj. '

April 2, 1964.> 3-D

1 1i11P4 Real-i ifcijM Estate For mir Sale r'. 90 ;


HAVI two building lots an PalmI
I .\ Park Will( trade for late

it....del trailer. Call AT 7-1074.
tf (90)
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FOR RENT I HELP "wI' / ; 43 50A1'S&SER'.ICES: 63 For Sale, !Miscellaneous 78 i Real Estate: For Sale 90 REAL ESTATE FOR : MOMNG A STORAGE 114

F MEANS TIUT -- -_ ., -. .. .* ,*.....*!*&:\"wt jrttf 5e.44 ". ., V.. l L___ I ". .',.,0 ,. ii'4s'5' ..<14I L jr -'. ..". 'I >' .' ''...

READERS PAY 1O READ NOW. Renting, H small SALES ladies stead) year around FOR SALE:: Complete line ol SALE: On all appliances now at ;I CORNER I lot $!SM I O), adjoining SAl E.! three bedroom ,- .- --.'" -.. -'-
room Apts. Furnished.l. \\- I' earnings $100 month-part time Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, reduced prices at IK-nUn 'Trading I I't. $7V) High and Dry. Both North River Shores ,
YOUR: ADS IN hath screen porch terrazzo mornings or evenings Age :21!I or Marine Hardware-everything for Center opposite Tri C oiinty at bargain price Telephone 287' Patio Furnished or It

,insulated cathedral ceiling, over' Apply Eagle Army Navy your beat. Whiticar Boat Works, Gas in Golden dale if ((78)) I 41>43. VA flit Box 437 Jensen Consider rent lo adults, ,If.
tlIIte hutrtt looking 10-acre lake and 880 S Federal Flay. 4-2:! ( 43)) I Port SewalL tf ((63)) --- -- -- -- -- Beach. If ((90)) 484! or AT 7-3279, ( ( ) ; _, ': _.J
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park Plenty parking area. COW Manure 1 11'II. $12. 2yds -- --- ---- --- ---- -- -- '
price rental $5000 m 0 MALE shipping and receiving OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED ., $15, 7-vard loul; $42:! Alsc COMMtRCUlOMNCj Coloradi GOOD Income Properh ",,
Walking distance grocery clerk, National Company Write We have part for al mulching hay AT 7-0979. if ((78)) > Ave. For sale or trade 2 bedrooms and : I Moving and StorageGOING
DIAL quire The Seven C' Grocery 110S C/o Stuart News. Mating popular makes. Can test your coil r J $311.11l1O.IIO.) ( ( ) Rotund G. Lueder One side furnished i Will : MIDWEST
and qualifications 4-2 ((43)) and condenser. Ulmer Motors, Dial Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave. Stu model car or lots an part Pan
t on U. S. No. I I. one mile age_ Wanted lo !Mkc. II (loaded van. nave space for
7-3355. Your Buy ( ) Also 4 bedroom, 2 '
ATlantic of St. Lucie River Bridge. ( ) AT Friendly Dodge art. 4-2 ((90)) average size home furnishing
7-1550 FLORIDA i Pharmacistfor Dealer. -- full basement Both
Registered tf ((6J \ all AT 7-0878
FOR rent 2 bedroom progressive ,growing local WANT the best price for 58 A. FARM! Highway frontage, tine Heights *.
To Place Your FAST SELLI C.i apartment, close in. $ chain. Openings available in Fort BOAT WANTED. Fiberglas outboard car? Call Ralph Bales at yow 287 suitable hoc vegetables, cattle, Beach. Af 7-5441. ( .Irlt Transfer, and Sloras
287-1685 or 287-5569. Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Ve r 0 cabin cruiser, 18 to 22, 1214. Merklt Motors hogs or citrus /House on property --- -- ton ii.l|[lrr tvenoi
( ) Inc. U
LOW COSt WANT Al) ( ST. Lucie EMates :! It'll''
Beach and Stuart areas. Excellent feet, with head. Will trade for Near Indlolnl\ nSluarl. Map and
opportunity for advancement and beautiful $2.000 lot in Hobe Sound 101 _..... room 2 baths, (itS. -- ---
i CLEAN, furnished 2 ( price on request Telephone
house Inquire at office company: benefits. Apply Mr. Man- IUbdIVi iol\. Phone 546-5266 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 91 1355. THURMOND? : IJit': large patto, circular lOt "" r _

liSa 1 railer Park 3 miles gum, Broward Drug Office, 825 I tf ((63USF.D ) a.- 111 .. REALTY INC! P. O. Box 9998, rear yard. $16,600 Sec REAL ESTATE FCR SALEMORTGAGES 19tht
NEWS WANT ADS Stuart U. S. N. W. 6th Avenue. Fort Ijuulcr- ------ West Palm Bench. Fla 49 son Realtor, 32* E. _
on I. ) CANAL lot off St. I.ucie. tot No. (90)) 1 r1l :11J
, dale. tf ((43)) 18' 1962 Fiberglas li-hlOa -- -- -- ---- 287-3566 ( ( ) ,
RATE: Five cents per average MODERN one bedroom boat with '63 75 h,p. motor 5, Harbor Estates 101.1\125.. OCFANFRONI' TO RIVER I COMpl; iT iurl1l |
. word, minimum charge insertion WE are now taking applicationsfor Excellent condition See at Cass Best offer over J2MX Lou Hoikert. : TRACTS \Ve have
' per apartment will I I I be several reusonnbly CBS aircondilioned
4940 N. E. 27 Pompano :!
$100 (for up to twenty March 15. Rent by week experienced (or w ill train) shirt Rio Boat & Motor Sales Inc.. priced tracts ranging in .
d/ Beach Fla. 3o 04. RRs I Beth, screened '
average words). in ALL or year. Located on girl in our quality plunt Steady year Hwy 707, Rio. 4-216J__( !) W90( ) price I Will $12000 I ) per front foot in features In lovely

CAPITAL LETTERS except first t block: from shopping around work for sober dependable FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront up 1 Eel us show you these" today, dry lot. SACRIFICING). 25 YEAR TERMNEW
V word count as two words each. E. Seminole St. Phone AT worker. All applications strictly MOLDED plywood) 14' boat with lots tlih Koliind C,. lucdcr, Realtor 729 50000. Call Mrs AND EXISTING

White space above or Mow or ( ) confidential. J. <'I).Ie Wick.I laminated Johnson motor Fiberglas with Keel.electric 18 hp. Sacrifice i at $29 a foot. i Td1- Colorado Ave, Stuart 4.2 ((90TO ) Associate, BRUNTRS I HOMES
line Comet Cleaners & star ------ -- ----
within ad will be charged as the Mgr. er. Tee Nee Trailer canvas 2)93. tt (90)) OF REAL ESfATC. C. R. Ashley, !\It,. Broker
FOR rent or lease Port I Laundry Kwik Chik Shopping cov Beautiful Waterfront Lot
number of words (five) that could Day: 287-1297:!' or !( :! )
waterfront home. Two Center. Smart, Fla. 4-2 ((43)) crall. Bargain $60000 Phone at east end of I'ulm Avenue in
he printed in the blank line or NEW two bedroom home, one Nile: 287-4016) ( )) Taylor Ashley
I Ia baths. Stove and AT 74310. 4-2 ( 63)) No. Hobe Sound Shores Close lo
25 cents line. bath corner lot, Legion Heights
per 630
Boat dock. Yearly. Phone CAREER opportunity with combination -- I $10,990. Easy terms. W. 11. Wagner Stuart and !SI I ucio Inlet. Concrete DOWNTOWN Stuurt COLORADO AVENUE
"Di play Classified' rate on 4105. tf ) insurance company Bulkhead County Approved Ing house five AT 7.J."O&I
TRAILERS & SERVICES: 68 Co., AT 7-4880! or Al 7-1696 ( .
application. debit in Stuart area. Age 23-55. Roads, Centralaier baths kitchen 1110.
: If ((90, System ( dining (
I PLEASANT one bedroom Must have car. Write Box 573 J Excellent: Water Lot l No. I is on
These are cash rates for adi ------ --- -- living room $1HM( ( (>
brought or mailed to The Stuart I ed cottage for rent. Fort Pierce. 4-2 ((43)) 1962 mobile home Ritz ("raftlOsSS FOUR bedroom waterfront home Waterway pie shaped with 167' terms Tel. Z87. 19<). :! ( )
News with pa>mint If you are a town. $hO month )early 3 bedrooms l I'j' baths Will trade lor vacant landrilo tfalt'r front 1'l'rO140' at --- ------ -- BADCOCKFurnished
Stuart News mail subscriber! or arc 2875892. ) 10x36 I lorida room, two rclnjerators Box 23, Stuart I'la. tf ((90)) widest t point !Price 8500. OlDER/: cypress frame ,1
Stuart I bath.
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listed in the Stuart telephone directory THREE bedroom house, washer with aluminum freezers atitoinati HOME located In Stuart neat LO F No. 2, also dows to front porch.
awnings over : pie! shaped
you can place your ad bv telephone ENJOY making friends and schools. 3 bedrooms 2 baths
ed, Florida near fenced in landscaped
all windows furnished.Includca with 149' on canal
Dial ATlnntic 7-1550() and Completely adjomlni
High available April 1. Call :want to earn money contact central aiixondiiionmg and heat new Pensucola Dahlu
lot with fruit trees. $6800 waterway Average width 104.

say "I want to place a want-ad. 4664. ) .your"vnn...... Avon.Unn...".."...ManagerVrilc...... P. n... .n.w. terms. Located _on_ N. 5th St.. Call ing., AT Complete 7-0531.: I sprinkler system.tf ((90))) !Price i _$6,001)(). No_ Brokers. JUP1ItR ic-rnmi back: ,:. ;yard' I-ITIIIICUIC:: Owner. i .",: MODEL- HOME- ----
Port Salerno AT 7-0778 4-2 ((68) I ISLAND APTS. 74fi-7109.
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2427 Vcro Beach Fla. ._ -- --- --- -- ----
TWO sleeping rooms for crater and .
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Give your mail i I address aswell Each with private bath 4-2 ((43)) ANDERSON I0\45 tarporte, patio I"ORSide view best: Waterfront locution.: North- gorgeous River -- -- -- -- _-((9(1),- ) Approximately $1200( ,\ Open Daily 1 P.M.

as your telephone number private entrance. 309 S. air-conditioning!, gas heut NLW 2 bedroom 2 full baths with handle. Owner will
in your want-ad. The Stuart Avenue, Stuart. ( ) OFFICE MANAGER TRAINEE One bedroom Excellent condi Shores Owner 287-1637 !large den. All ultra-modern. mortgage FIrst \ \ Til 4:30: P.M.

News hat hundreds of ATTRACTIVE Old established wholesale company tion. Martin' Park. V. Slattel -----tf -((90)-) IIf 2h' living and dining area (000) ) with monthly ra)

out-of-state subscribers who Rio. Pleasant efficiency location has opening for man 21-27 South Carolina Dr. 4-2 ((68)) THREE bedroom 2 bath waterfront Central air conditioning, city water $60.00 per month. /' in
are your best possible prospects years old to train as office manager. -- -- "- home and lots near SIlucie Giant ailed utility room. No at $8500,(N(). Bruncr's (
for real estate sales and easy distance of dock Two years business college TRAVEL: Traiicr 17' and 1954' Inlet. \Vrile Box X, c/u city laxcs Only $17,991)( M. P. Real Lslalc: 7lX( ( S.
rentals boats, help wanted, Reasonable' year-round rates. which included accounting preferred Chevrolet Hard Top. n e w I ;Y ''I Stuart News.! Cull 287-254'. Nelson Realtor. 125 I B.! Ocean way. Ask for Mrs. Rut! LEGIONHEIGHTS
AT 7.2583 after 5
gardening! trailers, and servo B. J. pm. or but not required. Training painted excellent tires. Phone AT If ('10)()) Ulvd 287-1566 4-2 ((9(1)(l) 287-1297 or 287-4220: \ :;
Abbott Route
ices. includes all phases of office procedure 74310. 4-2 ((68) : -- -- -- 287-W16. ( ))))
Beach Fla. tf ( ) Excellent for I IN Jensen Beach, for sale ---- -- ------ -- -
by own
------- opportunity: VAGABOND ;; 0ith QUALIFY BUILT HOME, 3 bedrooms .. .
FOR Rent: Completely young man to establish himselfIn cabana er new two bedroom and three 2 baths, den living room ... ...,>.. ,,-... ''
attached I
trailer and
to 9x20 ft.
business world. Submit complete bedroom homes.' High elevation 1'R\lU.RS & ', (' See The
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS two bedroom house, a utility house I F. Bozarth Holiday dining room, modern kitchen,
TV. $80 per month resume to P. O. Box 3 II. Walking distance to shopping loads of cabinets and closets, clear i
(Numbers over 100 refer to display ober. Adults only. Fort Pierce Fla. 4-9 ((43)) Park. 4-2 ((68) $1O.911and\ $12,900. Will take ouk floors, year 1959' $13,500.( 1 "VALLEYFORGE"

classified ads, which appear ( ) ,nrr -- lots acreage or what have you for C. E. Slocuni: Realtor 505 Colo- See
after the end of the smaller ads in BEAUTICIAN. Carter's, at 38 ServIces/ Offered, Misc. 11 down payment. AT 7-0914 tf(90)BY ( ) riulo Avenue. Stuart 4-2 ((90)) I, Our I
numerical order. Be sure to look FOR Rent: Furnished two East Osceola. Call AT 7-08K. - V Fine I
in both places,) room house in Coral tf ((43Kmplojment ) -'" owner 2 bedroom home well ARE you looking for your dreum Quality II a Colonial StyledI

$KO a month. Call 287-2714 .... WISCONSIN, rgt. StrattonClinton landscaped lot 50\ ISO. Many house? 1 his could he itt live- I
FOR RENT 35-135 12:00: noon. ) a AIR extras. sib Street Port Sulcrno room (US on two corner Mi Mobile with
: anted 48! COOLED ENGINES stock and Call! after 6.1(M) 287-0147)I \
}'OR RtS1" bit'sA t. '3 tjg'' ." ,,, : i sophisticated chat its, tpucious,
FURNISHED one -aIjnstselewsrM1sisJide8WILL ; part and men who !know how to 4-> ((90)) complete refurbished inside anti 10 ft. wide, 12 ft. ", 3 BtDROOM
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 with enclosed sunroom them. ULMER -
care for I child in home repair MOIOR DOCTORS A ND I DLNT1STSIdeal : out by N.Y. designer and shill
my 20 wide
HELP WANTED 43-143 full bath. 309 Hickory. "or" Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friendly ft. I (Twin Size)
during the day. Have 2 daugh. locution for your office. under $10,000.) To see call AT
Beach. Contact E.
Employment Wanted 48-14! i 2874155. R. ( ) ten at home $15 per week Call Dodge Dealer tf ((71)) Tract I00'x215'. High land good 7-5611 4-2 ((90( ]) Special 2 1ILKI) BUll ROOMS

Business 50-150( 2875986. 9-2 ((48)) WHEEL water YOU ARE NFtDhD ;- -
Opportunities ALIGNMENT and T1RB IN 500'( on U S: NoTl I hS-! ;acres
LOST & IOUND 53-153 FURNISHED 5-room (43)I .u BALANCING with Bear Equipment THIS SPOT. $6,00000( ( Roland just north of Stlerno: Roa" Will New l SIMIHM| | 50' x DOUBLE SIZFI) CLOSETSFULL
Very clean. Frost proof by trained mechanic will 0. Lueder, Realtor, 729' Colorado '
SCHOOLS 54-154 Busbies OpportunItIes 50' pay divide Fxccllcm I investment at Lamplighter/ by Park DINING ROOM
erator. New electric range. for itself in tire wear. We have the Ave., Stuart. 4-2 ((90)( ) S48.MH() ), M P. Nelson.' Realtor
SPlCLiLNOiTCES: 55-155 I Bedroom.
-- -- liVING ROOM 16'5 14'
Adults. Call and I
plete privacy. equipment
etlM'Rfri FURNISHDT Tunfurni,hed 2 125 L Ocean Blvd., Stuart 287J -
58 158 -
0768. tf ) Dodge MOTORS
COIN operated laundry. Reasonable ly
l bedroom CBS Brand new home 66. 4-2 ((90)) $5,995.00 LARGE umrnr, RO !\IEN1"RNCE
NEW CARS 60-160 Excellent condition. Good or Dial AT 7-3353. If (71)) ----- -
WILL give a year's lease maker. Call AT 71364. In a brand new subdivision Just t -. :::; PORCH
BOATS & SERVICES 63-163 couple who can qualify RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Serv off Hwy. 1 I. Evergreen Park, I lode
tf ((50)) FOR RF.NT 135
TRAILERS & SERVICES: 68-168 brand new 2 bedroom CBS ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also Sound 1st house on right alter Good Used MODfRN KITCHEN WITH

Services Offered !MbA 71-171 nished or unfurnished home Location Buy direct and drain fields repaired and re-laid. : entrance. High elevation woodedlot. V.- BREAKFAST BAR

PLAN1S & SERVICES 75-175 Evergreen Park Hobe save on this good paying busi i.re Dial AT 70651AT 7-9862. tf(7I( ll) By owner: O. A. Hillvry .:;: -: ,-" 36x 10', I Br. Franklin,

For Stile, Miscellaneous 78-178 cation: coming into Hobe Restaurant with living quar' i HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor 4-2 ((90)-) 42'x I', 2 Br. Na hua, LARGE PLANT LOT

Wanted la Buy (Misc.) 81-181 right going first south house just on off right Hwy. also 12-umt motel. All this Mower and Disc. Will clear: lots, WATtRFilbNTcBS HOME and 23'i 8', 1 Br. I Holiday INClUDED

MOVING A STORAGE 84-184 trance. By owner: O. A. only 1/3 of property which cut trees. Fence: posts and pilings 10 acres of fine citrus land In Rambler
in road. I I OR
s met rear by blacktop
for tale. Lawton
Wall Phoae AT7l4OL area of fine new groves. Dock and
Real bslate: For Sale 90-190 4-2 ( ) No. 1 frontage 230 32'l I', 1 II,. ko/y
Highway : tf (71)) over 500'( of l beautiful waterfront. I
Real Lstale Wanted 96-196 THREE bedroom unfurnl >y 660. Beer and wine i license Jeep water $48,00000. Terms (Couch 12500.00
4-9 TERRAZZO Tile and Marble.W. ..
house near Stuart post 5465568. ((50)) Roland U. Lueder, Realtor 729Colorado
and Mores. $70 per month. -w H. Wagner Co. AT 74880or Ave., Stuart. 4-2 ((90)) taw Down Payment
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7; AT 71696. If :_ 1-
35 ; (71)!
FOR RLNT 1685 or 287-5569.. If ( ) & FOUND 53XST ,
INCOME properly in the heartof For Sele, Mbctlhmeou Sam RhodesConstruction
HARDWARE Sale. all
Yes. hard
TWO bedroom furnished I ware now at low tale pelcesHesdry'a Stuart Two duplexes and one ..". I
FIREPROOF warehouse 2400 sq. apartment. Also room for on Alice Avenue Rio Center cottage across from Martin County -
ft. V4 mile outside city limits in private home. 619 East brown male miniature pmschcr I Trading Gas opposite School. Phone Owner 287- ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS II
at $50 a month. Call AT 71074. Avenue_AT 71756. tf !) gray face. Answers to "Pen ;, Tri-County Golden Gate 5055. 4-2 ((90)) ...._
I II ((71))
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II ((35)) Call 287-2871. 4-2 (53))
LET: this I
I STORE AND OFFICE -- income property in the W : Inc.
OUR BEDROOM FURNISHED for rent as low as $1 I per Port Sewall area provide you via KAT: OCKAl! Hon.BTASID
HOME FOR RtNT.::: CALL per room on lease. Cabinet \ NOTICES 55 PLANTS SERVICES 75 with a home, support itself and ITU ART, ri.OHIDAHOCIHKfPPIIHI

2870199. If ((35)) or storage space $2 per day -- supplement your income. (liS APARTMENT CASA .o. Bos 824, lenwn Beach: ,
See Miss Alice Dchon for PLANTS Fastest growing nut'aery >ldg. The 3 apartments all have S HOOM BATHIHOrrl.HHOAHD Florid
TWO bedroom furnished apartment tion. Monthly or 3-year lease.V ANONYMOUS I 2! hedroom2 completely fur- COL'H?' BOAT MOTOR
for rent in North River 4-30 ( ) meets at 8:30: p.m. every Wed of plants.in Martin Pelican County.Nursery 10, Loop acres I fished and stove and refrigerator/ RID".O"....... StATIC HO ...... TOT ale AT Phil Baker, Sales MIIDII"
Shores. $125 monthly around. at the Community Church, TV LOIKOBMoitklr. tf (
year In the other. $19.501)00.( ) 'lurim. I 4-1 tOO'
Road (S-76A) Palm Citv. AT 7- .
Call 2873547. tf ((35)) NEW warehouse! stores ana Beach for Information, 191$. .. --it-m Roland G. I.ueder. Realtor 729 *MM .I .r 1'...., -
fice space available soon $ AT 73332. tf (35)) ---- -5 l1l -'----
from school (olorado Ave., Stuart 4-2 ((90)WATLR7RO )) W. T. FACET, Mgr.Illll .

DUPLEX one :::bedroom across living room, dinette 1 ter.per mo.Fla. and Call 1 1u AAB. Jupiter flooring St, : r the best price for your cart E & R maintenance service: lawn JN--r: Indian River AT T-MMI If (Hill I RFAL I-SIATE IOR SAtE 190
general maintenance --- ------- --- ,
bath and kitchen. New fur 7468. 4-2 ( ) Call Ralph. Bate at 287-1214.. ; mowing, fcrtillz- Drive Walton. 3 bedrooms 2 :wuw.. .. '-'aceosiaat .wsi.oA -!;;'_:::::."
utilities. Motors. Inc. If (55) .
niture. $75. including : jli baths, dining
room living
lots cleared i room
Owner 2875055. --- ?--* (!(35)-) NEW rooms house and bath furnished; Also!, 3 I CORP. Opportunity sprinkler ng repair and installation' ;; ().E. kitchen, dishwasher wasting EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS Paving PrattAVhitncy Cut-Off Road

ON the way 10 the beaches. New room efficiency: Also rooms. for the right man to dou- reasonable. Call 287-2911. P. O. machine Central heat. Air. HIM been aulhurl.ed' with money now hi the County Ireiwury' ,
two bedroom duplex, completely sonable. Port Salerno. Call le his> present earnings. Call Dan : Bo 927. If ((75) onditiomng. Cordes. HO 13340. wirl Harbor Mule 'k" only 14 mIles or IS minutes from the

furnished One block: off L.: Day 2872589. tf ( AT 70143. U ((55)lENDRY'S ) PRUNING I -: CItRUS. ROSES, 4-9--(I'JU--)) plant On Starch 23 the Slats okayed the County' detklon.Interior / .

Ocean Blvd. Terrazzo floors kitchen. tile- LARGE efficiency every Trading Center Inc. SHRUBS ETC. PHONE AT CTT RUS CX>UNUY77800+ acres ON Uw I boat>> rump, $1.300; with Deeded Slip $2,000

bath. and windows and, Formica utility room. furnished. Newly I : Sale on all fishing tackle. Local- 74073. 4-2 ((75) : at $30000 per acre. Natural THE ST. LUCIE ttilerfront-thok Nil) 100. US'iUS1 deep $30 mid $35 Fr. ..t.
Carporte I mile
-- ---- ramage frontage on ca.nal
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Clean, Adults AlA in Golden Gate opposite 10% DIscount for Cal-Your lerrn. Come See You'll Uhf!
1st. Owner. quiet. -
Available after April lr'A .5! Ft. Cocos Plumose Palms I 1.00. and I mile frontage on road
287-5055. 4-2 ( 35)) Box 792, Stuart, or nty Gsa..:.-_____tf ((55).. )! BLOOMING grafted gardenias An excellent buy Roland G. ued- One- and two-room efficient:.... Boi 1491, Stuurt No Flooding Ever Phone 287-4589

4885. tf ( ) to Long Island April 45. Bougainvillea, Hibiscus, Powder er, Realtor 729 Colorado Ave., /Spacious shaded around

Can supply transportation for Puff. flame Vine Bottle Brush, Stuart. 4-2 ((90)) Parking. '.of. Bout Dmk.Shuffleboiird. HARBOR ESTATES

FOR RENT OR SALE people without any difficul- ychce.. Peach. Avocado Mango HOUSE- and---land- !-Excellent- -- location TV and 1-ouage On So. lurk, W, of Rt 76 *l Salerno Rd. on Undcn LHIMOwner
If interested, contact George All Spice, Jabouticaba tree BIRD!
WANTADS 287-5581. 4-2 ((55)) SANCTUARY you're invited to for restaurant, motel beau- Week Month Year Oil Property u (lit,
$50,000-home. On the river. Enders Nursery White City to ty parlor dnuhlll-dec ker. Zoned --- -
take $10,000 loss. Can be clean easier with i the see the birds. 4-30 ((75) business Box 892 Jensen Beach. 624 ST. IUCIF. CRESCKNTMUARf :
DO THE JOB! i toward Blue Lustre Electric Sham Florida, 2870918.) 4-2 ((90)
ed and rent applied r I I I LOR ID Alelrphonei
: $1 Hartman.eighton
chase. Phone AT 7-4133 ; only per day. --- --- -- FOR SALE3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEE
%17-98 U
Furniture 4-2 ( 55) FOR SALE. Mbcelbuseooi 717'
AT 7-3o2Sevenings. tf ( )
--,- \ ------I FOR RENT 135// Manner
FURNISHED CBS 2 51 1111'
CARS TRUCKS 58 _Ukll --- --'V 'i't ,
living room. dining room MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
en I bath. All electric. Patio. ____. l ,

porte. 302 Harrison Ave., 1962 Cadillac sedan. Airconditioning. Lowest Price in Florida EXPECTING COMPANY?
hardens 287-4384. 4-30 ( i Low mileage. Many I RIVER I FRONTAGE

72330. 4-2 ((58)) I ORGANS CaB M Md slop worrying!! Reasonable rites and H traoiipbereIM ,

IIELP WANtED -' -- will I but 360 ACRES
I II : ::y -. EASY 1ERMS Mirptni. ill your own

WANTED Man and wife
I work June. July August at MORITZ PIANO CO. Now Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! FOR 1l'I01tL110N'ritl to

Dial .ATlantic 7.1550 Hampshire l lake resort living Johnson Dealer, 112/ No. Sib Street Napes Cyclo-MMte Unto la Our Bed. VINCE NELSONBOX

their own trailer Complete Sale, Service Put Ft Pierce, Fla. ,Ph. 461-4747
work for man, wife to clean ; selection of dependable Used tf (78) Southwind Motel
and ask for the tages rooraf and general Expert Factory-Trained 122, JUPITER, FLA.
Woodbury't, Hobe Sound : CASA RIO BOAT A TRUSSES elastic stockings.: V.,. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 217-0773 PRCSOPAIS ONLY1111S

1, oppowto Nuuneg Motet & SALES lac. 440 Rt 707 knee pads, toilets, etc. Stuart tI CUI tI CtNtV ,

Went Ad lakrt: __'__ *"* SM AT 7-0944 If (63)) Drug Corp, tf (7$) -V-h-.i--1 'l-L le.' -' -- -i 'i'iiui.._

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;- THE STUART (Glad NTH S 11111"lay.prn 2. 196' I err 1TRAILERS

.11 '.._)11 '17 a Mlnaa---M6ealr'."" a..r,..w. r' 3ar". .410... _*_ err _..__ "-nl'H 4\: I
Rev) Estate For Suit 190
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PORT ST. LUCIE $$495 Per Acre

Loop Road Frontage! 20 to 100 Acres
134 acres ocr 4,000' on north fork of RESIDENTIAL LOTFor -

St. Lucie River, surrounded by General 200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful

t Development Corp. 40 acres zoned for As Broad St. Lucie River 19 Per Cent Down

mobile homes. Only$2,500 an acre, 10 year $
Within City Limits of Stuart
Island 200' 700'
terms. Little As J Ilutchinson x
City Walrr $275 Per Foot. Will Divide
Build and Live TOTAL PRICE
An Florida Home
: IN GOLDEN GATE \ Original and Spacious 4 Bedroom Modern Home, $16,000

230( acres with frontage on to be paved

SR 714. $350 per acre, 29% down, 5 yearson LOCATED 5 MINUTES AWAY FROM: COUNT Nice Guest Cottage 20 Acres With 3 Bedroom Home, $13,300
I balance Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft.

Hartman Jr. SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR I Large Well Landscaped Lawns and Many With Prime Business Locations

Ralph 620 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PIIONE AT 7-0966 Beautiful Trees and Plants
(Next to The Prescription Shop) From $$15,000Ask
tf (fee) Priced To Sell
Real Estate and Insurance .
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See Your Us! You'll lie Clad/ Yon DidY3on
Agent or Phone
i, 110 Fast Osceolu SI, Phone AT 7-4600
AT 7.2607 AT 7-3232

P.O. Box 896, Stuart, Ala w. B. TILTONREALTOR It (190''
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AREAS BEST BUYSFeel Jensen Reach, Florida AT 7-1411 R. V. JohnsonREALTOR 900 Colorado Avt., (across from 1st National Bank)

"presents" AT 7-2500 AT 7.3280 AT 7-4121
crowded in your 2 bedroom home? 4.1 (fe8))
You can buy this three bedroom CBS 1. FOR RENT

2 bedroom-2 bath-waterfront home FIRST FEDERAL BLDG 8
home, with tile bath, built in oven and -- ---- --
completely furnished-Coconut Park
rangetop, refrigerator, for $10,900. Low $150.00 per month ,/p!( AT 7.3366

Down Payment 2. COMMERCIAL last: growing Golden PROPERTY Gale New 2 bedroom, 2 bath split level, land Real ValuesON
TRAILER PARK AM) GAS STATION on busy. laned high (
scaped home on the broad St. Lucie River.
240 on AlA -3 road frontage:
with and for 25
way. 27 spaces concrete patio electricity room
or 30 more on land already cleared. 9 Seplk tanks two welh. Price $7,000.00 Priced to sell. $25,000.00.WATERFRONT. TIE( WATER AND: MW: 3 bedroom, air conditioned
Recreation room, washroom and shower, laundry whh coin 3. WATERFRONT 11011ESI'FEhideaway : C.B.S. Pi balhs, screened porch, Boat dock, $12,85000 -
operated washer Two 2 bedroom rental bungalows: very Isle high pine lund LOTS $1,000.000 Down.
nicely furnished. Thk Is an attractive park a good money buker. Paved street100'
5500000. Term Price reduced to USIIO.OO frontage Over C 160 choice lots to choose from. Ex. VERY NICE COMPLETFLY fURNISHED 3 bedroom

: cellent locations. Prices from $3,490.00 to CBS, Carport, Tool House 75'xlOO Lot 1100000.
BUSINESS' PROPERTY 200 ft. on U.S. No. 1, large CBS 4. TEN ACRES
building suitable for restaurant, tea room coin foundry, garage, Zoned for (trailer park $7,690.00 and up. Reasonable terms. INCOME: AND HOUSE CBS. duple. 1 bedroom bath,
ttc. Several additional (BS buildings" Including two room home. 330' road frontage only 35 from U.S. No. I living room kitchen combination each Now rented, plus-' extra
_Attractive. term' to right! parly. $15.000.00. I High-level-cleared-fruit tree COMMERCIALLot lot 50' x 125'.
Price $11,000.00
fRONTAGE on Loop Road, 10 Acre tract $595 per acre.Term. I Across from Kindred's C.B.S. House 2 BEDROOM, I bath Nice kitchen large
5. Two bedroom home, carport service room on I paved street 1000000. Good Terms living room, reverse cycle air conditioner, completely furnished
priced for a short time only at $9,800.00 cash. Full price, 1730000.
6. A CB one bedroom whh river vkw! and riparian right!') U.S. NO. 1 FRONTAGECity
8 lOFS 3 of them waterfront. Full price 850000. Terms
comfortably furnished home with aluminum awnings.
Price only $6,500.00. Limits of Stuart Close-in
HKACII I 3 1O 10 ACRES: All high and dry at $500.00 per acre.
7. Located hi the fine residential hill section of Jensen Beach a I $100.00() Per Front Foot
u.S. AT 7.3538 two bedroom home with best of furnishing the 75dOO'I I I' WATERfRONT 100' x 300' on the Intracoastal waterway,
4.i 1110)) lot on pond street' I 11'I' well landscaped with total price ACREAGE $4,500.00.

( $|4,000.00. .... .. .. ... .... .
---- I 4,478 of prime citrus land available
8. Home In Jensen Beach. Crossroad Section "on the hill," over acres
looking the Indian River excellent view and trade wind Reasonably Priced. Long TermsIF i TAYLORASHLEYREAL
bret/etf. 'Ihh 2 bedroom home with large Ma. Room,
Mpurale garage central heat and air-conditioning h comfortable IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE I
C. D. ARBOGASTREALTOR. living In winter or Mrmmer. Hilly furnished ready ESTATEJim
to move In even to linen etc. Priced at $25,000.00.
R. V. JohnsonREALTOR

252 Qsceoh Avenue, Stuart -AT 7-0440 4.1 1190) I ASSOCIATE

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44 ((100)
Our Best BIIYCLOSE.OUT --- --.:

CLOSE-OUT! Going! Going! Gone!

C. O. RAIN EY Realtor
Some of the most/ desirable waterfront lot In Martin County -
nosy available at wholesale prices! This will soon be the story on our best

Large concrete bulkhcaded lots' on 110 ft. wide yacht buys on I lutchinson Island. Our previous 1
basins from .
4750. been sold. For limited "
Two I 100 ft. Lot on the St. lucle at $6,850 each oferings a .1
(formerly $10000))! time only we offer these new opportunitiesto
Highest restrictions, new paved slreeN underground wir invest.
ing An area of $25,000( (Co $40,000 new hornet. ,'. :< ; .....,.

If you want a bargain In a Ist-cluss waterfront, ask to I b
lee these hilt' now. Never Before Offered! I
You'll be glad: you dill

Our Best BuyHOMES 1- 2,000'. Deep ..... $140 per foot I II I i H H.u
610' Ocean to River Between Bridge I { 1
1,650' Deep .. ............. ..... . $265 per fool i

: 1,000'Ocean to River- 2,009' Deep ..... .... ...... $200 per foot ,

I 500' Ocean to River 3,000' Deep .. .... .... .... $200 per foot i iI 0eoannawnoa
i Alr-Condltlonlng Waterfront Excellent Fishing from jour
J own backyard -Three Bedroom-Two Bath -1 Ue Roof_ U.S. No. 1 I
1 Spacious 100 ft. Lot txcelknt Residential area AND only r

$24,900. 200'x600' Clone In ........................... ......... $50 per front foot I

r GOOD VACATION HOME Two Nice Bedroom Cory Il0'x600' Close In ..... ........................... .. $50 per front foot I

//Living Room with Dining Area large JullHl led Front Porch 660'x6AO' C lose in ...... .................. $60.00 per front foot i
the full width of the Home Only ii block from the river _
rUff $8.48, per year. Total $6,750. 190'x350' Close to Bank ........ ...... . $140 per foot I A y
i I I II I Y..arai4.N'Wi11Kiw.raw+J --_.__..

A when RIPE you APPLE we Ink READY nice: 1958 10 CBS PICK'! Three- You Bedroom will agree Home! too_ Citrus Groyes and Land ; WATERFRQNT I We are privileged to offer I ACREAGE

Hurricane Awning Nail Air-Conditioner 100 ft. Wooded I this fine CBS home in St. I
Lpl Water Right for
Boat Total
your Only $11,500. !
21)) to 10,000 acre citrus Land from $12000 per acre. 1. MCNIHCENTlEWOn wide St. Lucie Estates 2 bedroom, I. 4000 ACRES Certified survey shows
OCEAN 20 to son( acre of Irllvtll'lIlendu( and Temples) I J.UCM In town clone to lIMn 3 2 baths extra large living "among finest citrus land" In central
FRONTAGE is on the move! large bedroom and den can be fourth! Florida Excellent access Asking
We have a selected list of small acreage $ per acre Two ceramic tile bath* lull dining room all GE kitchen, also $650 per acre

tracts 10() to 20 acres, some on navigable For Land's Sake Buy Intelligently! room Price 32500.- River front b *eaw ailed washer and dr>'er-large :. 326 ACRES Palm City area I

water. mile 01 No. 714-Ready for subdivision.
2. A FOUR BEDROOM: on small lake utility with V-> bath 2 car Price on request.J. .
$500 to $1,500 per acre 2 bath 36' FU.. room with Inside nice
barbecue: -Near all school-$1 ,SOO.1 9.1 ACRES TRACT- On US. I 3
M. P. NELSON 3. APP. 8'i ACRES on South Fork St. ing A home lOll will be bedroom house 300 mango tree-_
See NORTH RIVER SHORES I luck River Over 101HT water front Small luke 271' on U.4t. I low
proud to own Sensibly
NORTH age-Both side of river-Small house low price. $30,000.OFFICE .
:1, RIVER FOREST REALTOR Ii i i MI dock Best buy. Now 30000. priced at $21,750. or light!: mfg space.
4,1 CItOI 4-I Hen! .
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-- Farewell Reception AprilSFor 'I I'I J JI ,t a : r

Rev. W.: R. Rowe and Wife I I ;" .

'IRQ'I I ., + L.'. -#> r. 3 ".. ., w. t ; "
M '
SI. MHO'S Ull'R,1IThurday on April *. Father Rowe is leav *
St. Man's C huren lo iccept ,
April 2: 9 a.m., Holy illS
I the call to the C Church of the Resurrection ; -l
s \ 930: a.m., (Haling
o .
Jrolly! i i n Minim Shores. !Mrs
'i I It Friday April 3: J 1'.01.. Curls' Ro"C and he will be !leaving Sur 'A

)' Society art on April 7 and! ill mends! .ml, ( -f'--'

Saturday. April 4, 10 a.m.. jun. parishoners are ironed to au,nit
vs? .M choir. the reception in the cloister patio\

Sunday. April 5: 7:30: n.m., of the church.
"Service .Means .So JUlich" ) Eucharist: 9:1:M a.m.. t am- Mond i\. April d. Annunciution tP I'it
)' Eucharist: und Sunday school: of the Blessed Virgin 't I .i 111loll t \
I I ant Htly Eucharist: .. und scr F:tieh iris). 7 /
LOCKHART REALTY I \\cdiiesila' April S '7" >III pm ,'\\I. ..
The Fpiscopal Church Women senior choir

SM\AIIS: POINT St. Marys are planning a fare
AT '. reception for the Rev. W. FIRST CHURlll OK CHRIS '
i Rowe and his wife immediately SCUM fiST

.I-following--the M--am same- Fast! Ocean Blvd, Stuart J '
Sunday morning service at I MI
r ...- ., I C'I'Ionermonubiecl:' : Aprils
; "
: "Unreality.
Sunday school, II a.m. Nursery
1 I provided.

18 Wednesday p.m. Testimonial' meeting, 11 JI1

I Reading Roorrf: 282 Flagler Ave. ,

nun: Monday through Friday 10 RM.IPIFNIS: : of promotions, and awards ot the gridiiition csR'nller Ruichman. corporal: Paul Kohler Kenneth Dirtlett rri.rrci..c .
am. 2 r.m: Siturdi\\, III urn held h> the Stuart; Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Yule: Florence Moody. 'sergeant. 'lhanns 1 Stiirnc and Marty JOlt
Christian: p.m. Science radio )program, Patrol Tuesday! March !4, were left lt> right SusanVhecler. Strong privates, were not\ able to be in ihc pieturo

"The Bible Speaks to You" may Darken Rector.
be heard over WSTU, Stuart,
14!0 kc, at 7:15: I p.m. Monday Promotions Made and Awards Bestowed
rrsJ I .
r Topic for April 6: Howell --

k Do You Flcar'AILSUNIS'FPISCOI'U Jensen I !" Bench. Civil Air Patrol Had Graduation Program

Thursday April 2: 10 am. _n_ __ .
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Holy Communion I Intention i :Milan (lompoMie :Squadron ot
TrMevel river front house. Four bedrooms 2 baths Floridaroom hanksgivmg for Our New Lifein 1I 1-:Annual:; Vacation May 1, You Cant Buy love" nominating committee at ft pm the Civil Air Patrol Air Force
Christ" Holy Unction following I Redeemer Church is open for Friday, April 3: Th junior Auxiliary held graduation exe-r-

wall to nail carpeting. I p.m. card party, for rescrv meditation and praxcr every day choir will rehearse at 1:.10 P nt. else at its Wit ham Field headquarters

valion* please call Mr*i. Hackett Bible School Ihe rose garden und the Easter lily Sunday, April 1: Tho worship on Tuesday night March
$25,000.00 with .
convenient terms. or Mr F. W Antos 287- 349. I
Friday April 3: 6am.' Holy display I In attractive now and the services will he held at 845: and 24

Location : Sea Gate Harbor right next to Lighthouse Pointon Communion. Intention: "The De Clinic Is Set public is invited to enjoy the flower I II I am. with Ihe pastor, Rev. Waller I lieutenant John F Strong,

parted" *. D Jeswip, delivering the message i squadron com mil ruler, welcomed
north fork of St, Lucie River. Saturday April 4: 9 a.m., bake The annual Vacation Hi i hie I !, Church school will begin at and introduced guest Prineipit
sale, Jensen Beach Bink, chairmen School Clinic for the Indian River tovr.imIIOAI: ; 10 a 111. Junior and Senior MYF' W
Mr. O J Fmtage Mr*i. W. Nayk: Biptist Addition will he held (United thiireh of ('hraQ" ) wilt meet at 6:3tJ: ) pm speaker was Major A. keatori.

Sea Gate Construction 56pm., Sacrament of Penance at the Parkvuw HiptM (burinIn The Bible Union Church, Fast Monday, April l 6: The Mcn'ePrayer CAP. Florid! Wing Civil Defense
Company First Sunday after Faster April Fort Pierce Ninth Street, Palm City, holds I motif will meet at 7 a.mliiesduy director. Addresses were
5: 7:30: a.m., Holy ('omnninion on Thursday April I I Ar-
; Barbara I.
church school at 941: am. with I April 7: The Women giUn by Major
9 a.m.. Family Communion: II 9. beginning at 9:30: a.m. I classes for all lines!, Judson Ml '* Society ol Christian Service hold, commander of Group XV
4.I ((1901 a.m.. Holy Communion and ser C. F Barry secretary of the I near is superintendent Morning I will hold its annual I florda: con- and Second; Lieutenant Charles F.
School at II oidock'he fcrence In Orlundo
monVestry Sunday Department of tic! worship sermon
Sr commandant of cadet
meeting and Holy Com Florida Baptist Convention will I by Rev. I.auric ). Slurp will Also on niisdiiy. April 7, Joanna Sipos ?
munion services scheduled forMondiy Presentation of and
lead the team of out.tnn.il1lwnrk.! ,1\C Iking Saved Small children I Circle meets at 9:10 a.m. ut promotion
I have Tucsdav cancelled and Thursday en who will participate in the tint are cared for in the kindergarten the home of Mrs Kay !Iriel Port awards went to the following:
heen Fr feasterwill
A BEAUTIFUL HOME be a,* ic room during the morning erviee. '' Sew.ill; M.irlhu C Irtlc meets at To sergeant Florence M Moistly.
the Pro-
vlnci away Clergy attending C Conference o n The plant include a general 'scs. Sunday evening at 6 o'clock there 2 putt at I the home of Mr. John I and white training "bbon.
(mon and conference for the workers I will Ix. a fellowship meeting for I I'I Dumiih on last Fifth Sired with To Walter t Hunch-
Marriage Counseling at. the C a i with the various!! age group ''I Junior and Junior High boys undfirls ,, Mr. M.te Ikwford an hostess; corporal\
thedral in Atlanta (ia 1 The conferences under the leadership ol Mrs Allah C ;inli at 2 at man and General 1 Curry
and their leaden meets )p 1.111.
I 7 K Si
Tuesday Apr : m
You Wtll Fall in Love With It. Ann Guild meeting p i ore a* follow: nursery' 1\In. C F. ( Williums. and Mrs MaydelleMoore I the home of Mr. Robert Hodipp award,
Barry of Jacksonville: beginner I on Fast Sixth Street: and Priscilla To private Kenneth I I. Birtlflt,
INDIA RIVER UNITARIAN I Mr. Louise tnt/minger! of Co. There will be no Women fellowship Circle meets at the home of Mr. Paul W Kohler; C' harlei l V
Located In Skyline Park Jensen Beach und overlooking the Inlracoastalatirviay l'U.Um SIIIP I. lumhia, S. C.; primary, Mn Ruth meeting on April H. CJ J V Walts on !.r. I.ucie C'resient Moody, Gordon F Poui, DirlecnI
and Allunllc Ocean Johnson of Charleston, S. C'.; junior I The Pruver (croup will meet on All circle number ire askedto I I., Rector 7homa J. Siarrtcs,.
Service_. are held each Sunday I Mm._O K, .Webb of C reenN. April l 1. with Mn. I Leona Smith at bring dish towels and World Martyjon Strong and Summit P.
at Fort Pierce Beach (Community horn, S. c'. and intermediate Jack III au '. Bank to the April meeting, Wheeler, and Curry Award 'to all
('on h'ucfed of Reinforced Concrete Blink and Brick Lot l h 95 Feel wide and 300 !, ; ; I .. !!
Center, 742 Seaway Drive On Culhruh of Dadc Choir rehearsal will be on Friday : n hit I'f
City ors
Feet deep which has been landscaped. April 5, Sunday school will be al Those attending are asked to evening lit 7 oeloek. F1RS'r. BAPTIST teen Recruiting Jarctt, Florence M'htonlly:;;

MAIN .OOR-Foyer., Powder Room, Living Room Dining Room, Bed Room with at 10 7 a:10.m.p.and m. fellowship meeting take he sandwiches, and a nurserywill JHIOVAIIHIINtSSrS: : Stuart I Darlcen I I. Rector and Susan P.
large Bath Room with and linen Closet, Kitchen provided, It was a nouncedRFDHIU'R On Wednesday at <1\5 Wheeler,
Vanity ll.illv.ay electrically equipped Dr. William 1. Arm i i is mini kingdom Hull, Britt Road evening Rev Jack Fernandez ot
The (
Utility Room, Patio and Garage. ler His sermon topic next Sun there will he a Sunday school I
day will he Theodore Parker- : lUTHIRVN: Thursday 7:10) p.m.. Theocratic: council meeting and covered dish Rio Bipnst Church gave the invocation
Worship services held Ministry School; 11:30: putt ,scrv In the church : and benediction. 1
GROUND FLOOR Bed Roam Bath Room Recreational Room" Fire Place, Natural. Religion are every supper ba'll'l11enl.1
Sunday morning at Redeemer ice meeting. Ihme: "Keep Unity The midweek prayer service will --.------
Storage Space, Work Shop, Water Pump and Patio, Central Heating System.All ,
'I the 'rani"Sundiry
Lutheran Church, Fast Ocean by Speaking be held In the auditorium at 7:30
Rooms are exceptionally large and closet! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 191 Boulevard, at 10):10) o'clock, with 6 p m. public discourse with Ihe Rev, Forrest II. Watkins men!, with Rev Watkins ai the
many roomy
hy Frank Muto/a Iheme: What speaker
Uihlc class and Sunday school preceding presiding, 'I the youth and chancel
at 9:15: I a.m. Will Ciodn Kingdom Come Mean choir will rehearse at H: 15 The cherub and carol choir/ will'meet
Property can he purchased at the right price with terms. Pastor Bible Class I.i held ev to You?" 1:13:I p.m., Bible study : On 1 hursday evening at 7, Vcr- Tuesday afternoon at 3t1X(
We Have A with aid of Watchtower Theme: I for rcheanal At 7:30 Tuesday*
ery 1 uisday evening at 7:10 at non Skclton I will i be host to the
the church. The regular Sunday "Of Which Ciod Arc You a Witness deacon at a supper meeting at evening the Woman Missionary;
School Teachers' meeting I I. at 8 ?" the Yacht Club Restaurant Port Society: business and program
EDWARD MAPP RealtorP.O. House Just p.m., and junior confirmation class Monday: 7:10 p.m", Bible study: : I Salerno meeting will be held at the chufehvFIRST

i n at 9 a.m. on Saturday."Pot Theme: Jehovah VmdiialionOver i A reception for the Rev and '
For YouCOOL of fiold' I Is the t title of Ancient llthylon" Mrs Forrest H. Watkins will beheld PRISRYI'FRIANPine :
Box 716 Stuart, Fla. Phone 287-0781 Siindiy episode of 'Thi I I. the Assemble at Kingdom Hall for i in the church social hall beginning take Drive .

I life," the Lutheran I Church regular participation in field ministry: 1'riday at 7:30) p.m. Friday 9 a m,, worship service; udn.-
4 I (190) OIT THIS SUMVIFR TV program which can he 9am.: Saturday and Sunday Rev Watkins will bring the church; school (classes for all?IVF j)H.

In your own swimming pool heard every Sunday at 9 am on'' 9:15: am, ,I message at I the service Sunday 11 a.m., worship service: 6 pm.v
-- --- -- -- 3 bedroom 2 bath home on Channel 4, and at 9:30: a.m. on i Morning service' are held at 8:30: Young people Fellowship, '
THIS WATERFRONT large 125x210 foot lot In North Channel S. FIRST monisr and II and the ,evening worship There wit :be: a Circle: ;Leaders'

HOMEIN River Shores-Central heat and "The Lutheran Radio Hour" can Stuart begin at 7:43. Sunday school for meeting ai 10 a.,m. on Friday April:
air conditioning unit he heard each Sunday. evening over Wednesday April I: Chancel all age begins each Sunday morn 3.
Only local station WSTU at 7:35Dr choir rehcanal) at 7:30: p,m. ing at 9:45 and 'Training Union The deacons will meet on Sun-
SEA GATE HARBOR $27,500. Oswald Hoffman commence Thursday, April 2: Persia Clr- for alt age\ I I. held each Sunday clay April 5 at 7:30( p.m.
- a post.Faster series of talk. on tie: will meet at 9:30: a.m. at home evening at 6:10. Circle' I will meet on Tuesdiy..
WATFRFRONT Like new, !the following Ruhjectt" : April 5, of Mr. R. V Johnson Snug HarH .. Monday afternoon at 3:30 the April f7 at 2:30 p.m at the hornet:
large 2 bedroom 2 bath "Lord Over life"; April 12 "The >r, The Wesleyan Service Guild GA'i and Sunbeam' will l' meet at of ; drover Sell i: and Circle-i 1
Yours 130x175 ft. M Central lx>rd I It My Shepherd; April 19, will meet at the home of Mr*. i I the church Monday night the 4 will meet on Tuesday, April 7'
ForOnly $ 1 O QQO heat and air conditioning "Male and Female; April 26 I Dorothy Manchester at H p.m. lirotherhiKxl' covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. William' E.
Parent_or._Zoo Keeper and here[ will he a meeting of the will be held in the church base Owen at 9:30: a m.
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hands. within nix, enl' ...n 2 Bedrooms, Tile Bath, Heating Custom Built.in Kitchen. This from thir tim,,. ..t tI,. Iii'' at r'.ltll.. .

home may also be built on a beautiful lot in River Point at the HOYT C. "4J. ,. tlnn of thin lull notlr ho In G"rhino. I II 'I..In,snd"rrtcmnnrt 1*
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I* CORAL GARDENS: RIVER POINT SEA GATE HARBOR w4 *HIBISCUS PARKp Jensen BeachAT Beach: congratulate Kenneth Holly of Hall Avenue on having won 1,000 for catching: this tagged black: Part.,. I'/.Uon,1/'or EAw'utrl.tut :, Jj..nk. Bundler ;
7.3340 drum from the bore between Roosevelt Bridge and the FEe Bridge recently. The tub weighed one f O, nor 11Knurr. FlorM*
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