The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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I I Mallory Johnson Leader in County Judge Race
Newi OB Folks From Th ,

:! RamblingReporter I'.1 I 1St e a' ) Wacha Saunderson Roy Baker and

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I I AT'VI' tiRE ARMOR STATION MISSED Mrs. Evans Gain Landslide Victories .

!! The voters at Precinct 4, Stuart

Fire Station last Tuesday missed i I II
the cheerful smile of Mrs 'Vi' If Burns Given Powers Wins
Armor Mrs Armor is vacationingin I lien\'y OsccoUi

I Maud lea? hut 'It didn't seem
right" to have her missing from Second Here; : 5th District i
the roster of election inspectors
t at the firehousc At least she can Mo Bronson Wins II i

read when the she results returns in The Stuart News r High SurpriseIn Board Post

w.I'IO'ir slutc i races. Martin Counts A record-breaking Martin County

MUG; FOUND BY voters gave Hud Dickinson! 1,790 By 7,098 to 5,9/7 lirsl primary vote of 6,662 gave I

NHCHBOR OPIRATOR' I It votes Haulon Burns Jacksonville! landslide victories to two County
(ommivsion! incumbents, who had
Wendell Orr was surf-casting on j i Ai mayor I4Un I ( and surprisinglyKohcrl / I
!been the of violent political
A 11I1 absentee fur
whopping vole voles were 7,0'H
Zara-l t tit
the beach for blues with a King High Miami ,
i major his home county\ of Osceola 1 ues- Uronson and :f."l 17 for William' attacks! Counted are 311 absentees. ,
plug two weeks who had not here,
campaigned: :
lanu'd I Stale Senator here I not sufficient absentee rank Waehn District 1, -
i day gave victory eon acre won a
he the I lure ( came in thud with IUh4.<
washed ..w..M, .. ,Irk lironson' of Kissirmuee against voles cast to affect Bion- second term with an overwhelm-
found such a lure up on See tabulation on Page 2-A '
the beach last Sunday and Orr IXP lIUSI(1'IoSLeMo'ne: E. Roll let!. band director of Martin County !Senior: HIBI !presents bur votes given Kail. Kelly and Martin County's Jack Williamson I son s strong Iced i i n g majority against Christian
Williamson carried the two other Kail. The precincts vote was: Wa-
when .. I' ; An unollicnil tllilyldhl1a absentees -
identified it Monday morning the Sousa Award to Patsy Pence and the Anon Award to Samm Dumron at Tuesday M ilhewk
r' '111111"an- counties, in the 33rd I DisinclOkeechobec in Oscciilu. CiHiniy Wednesday chi 3.144, Kulb, .HO8 I !! I:
the two came to work' They operate nual band banquet at Stuart Woman Club High who spent list than $H-()
linotype machines side by side (nu) ) on his campaign. compared to by A small m.ijonty morning gave totals oflionson John F. (Jack) Saunderson in
------ and Martin by a strong/ volt -but 4,101. and Willmnvson cumbent.! Port Salerno, beat out
in The Stuart News composing ---- five ( .ri\ times that amount by)

room $180,000 Bonds Get Green Light I the two leading opponents, edged failed to offset Bronson the large his minority>>home I.MH i HIM Ui ............... .
II out Dickinson statewide in an un- piled up by in : I Voles east In the precincts of
ORAL GARDENS HAPPY I predictcd second-place position for county. the three counties for the two candidates TABULA'I ION/ IS
the final exclusive ol
FIRSI''IIFIIE'1'IP! i the run-oil with Burns, and civil figures' were: Martin Bronson' | ON PAGE 2Aj
----- -- Williamson' 1,187 Okeechohto
Board Fast Start rights suddenly bourne the dom I.SHO : !
I Coral Gardens residents I las Approves inant issueMartin Hronsoii \1,101, Williamson |11-j An Incomplete: tabulationof

Thursday helped celebrate the golden gave Spcssnrd Holland a Gets 150 Days 1 1,261:! I: and Osccolu, Hronsoii. the votes in Martin (btmly's / I
1 wedding anniversary of Karl landslide in his U.Ii.. Senate nice 4048. Williimisem' 1,469, fifteen precincts i. on
I and Margaret Grimmer who were On with Uniiley OUhani. cast a majority A Kc-piiMican:::\ candidate; I !, lances ''I i Page 2A. While not official
married fifty years ago on April Repairing City StreetsThe for James Xvnes for attorney For Starting B. Watson Sr of Stuart, will con it is the returns as they were

30 1914. They are the first cou general versus Earl I air- tend for the post at the general unteern.
pie in Coral 1 Gardens to enjoy this clolh; and heavily supported J-d- election next t full The district
I \ and there City of Stuart will not wait i i the at offered Saturday FrayMarion ; to all who helped UI "wrapup
distinction, everyone repair job prices by tractor will install leveling course win L. Mason !for utilities commissioner however is picdoiiunutely Democratic
them for the validation of $180000 I!!( ) I I Diekerson. Inc. Stuart ) the election" In record
joined in wishing! many more a In I of hot sand asphalt plant mix, to against Philip S. llrewcr .
happy anniversaries, revenue certificate issue before 1 \\ here no leveling is needed but SRD specifications, including: tuck In the Republican race for governor Perry of Little \Dixie, -- -- tune Absentees' are missing.

'frDIPLOMAS proceeding with necessary' street I 1 merely the surface is to be covered I coat. nominee, Chirle* R Hoi-[ charged with Saturday + .........". -........",
repair work. Dickerson will use a one-inch These include all three-to ahead scuffle ahihhIcd
' MARLED prices supervision Icy was nearly -one night : to the accidental Library
10 IIIRLE HERE An Orlando firm has already Type I asphaltic concrete surface I I equipment labor materials of Ken Folks and II B. Foster shooting of George, June opponents from Ifobe Sound
I committed itself to purchase the course of Florida State Road Department tools, and incidentals necessary to in the local tally received: 150 duys in Jail on three the! District 3 post. There will
, Diplomat were mailed on May bond issue. I' specifications including I perform the jobs, and if required --- charge in Municipal Court Tues For Return no run-off since he attained
1 to t.142 Florida State Universe On the recommendation of City a tack coat at 43 cents per square ed stability tests will be made by day : majority' exceeding the'combin

ty graduates, including three from Manager Joe Crowder, the corn I yard in place' I an independent testing laboratory Red Cross Goes I For open prolamty, which led fully, of t the other two The vote
Stuart: Susan May Hearn B.S, in mission authorized him on Monday I When leveling is needed, for :I No definite starting date was given to her original arrest she drew athirtyday Many a': Saunderson' 2,927 John /II.
home economics; and J. Valmore night to get right to work on I J72S per ton m place, the con 1 but the work will stait soon term, for resisting arrest 1,401 I, and Lewis U. I
and Earl Douglas Jensen :: : ton. first Negro In run for the
Brown Over $ in sixty-day I term and for
----- -- $12,001 a I I. assaultmg Martin County Public 949.Timer +
BA In arts and science. Com i
nicncement exercises were held on Kick-off Banquet at Outrigger May 15 sixty dayLWillie a police Otliccr, a further requests the help of all B Powers, 'Ineliantown

April 18 but since grades were not I Drive for 1964 Albert Carter, Little Dixie professional people al distributor, won he County

y'ctJ.n..diplol11a:* wercJjssuedjHterto ,, : . ,., drew a li t.ar. term"thirtyon tt,>2"k t V the of library\Its bpuk O I I ; ,nm.loa.\ seal: Underbill h"J "' Jr.: 'In-.

The Mailm, County Chapter uf / a charge of public intoxication: overdue, Since these ...WI.f'
Okeechobee Cruise rancher, by 2,596 k>
BE KIM I) TO' ANNULS Waterway to the American Red Cross has exceeded and a further thirty on a deferral' county properly\ paid "'r
WEEK: IS UNDER WAY the $12(1)01 I goal( set lor the sentence. Charlie, Cook Jr, little lax dollars, they belong
1964 drive, it was announced and: Dixie, was sentenced to thirty dayi library' shelves for the u Mrs. Isabel Evan piled up a
Martin County Animal Rescue! Martin County was the first on'' for assault and buttery, victory to !lake the super
League reminds that this is "Be Be Launched Here May 16thPlans i the East Coast to puss its quota. Ten cases: were continued; two I public.If :storekeepers, w 0 u of registration post! being va
Kind to Animals Week" rmtionwido. Exact figures are not yet available defendants found not guilty; one I through their collections by Mrs. Zola Blukeslce, de-
The group suggests: t hatthere' John W. Keller
several have released upon payment of costs: by 3,747
I ai areas not com tiles; doctors: and Ilenti t
no better way to do so thanto are nearly complete for for the boat-a-cade can be made : registration may he made by writing 'plcted their collections. one sentence deferred; two hon Ieblreated. collect any library books 1,367.
adopt a pet at the animal shelter the annual Okecchobce Waterway locally at the Stuart and Jensen I Okceehobec Waterway Association I About seventy-five awards of and five fines paid.Hospital's I their offices; and UC Sheriff Roy C. Baker running

opposite the fairgrounds or to Boat-a-cade scheduled May 1517. Beach Chamber of Commerce, or I Box 1255, Fort Myers merit were given to captain of parents would search : his fourth, term, piled up an
contribute to the care of stray pets. The boat-a-cade will I h of vote against Sam
start at the -- groups of solicitors Mrs Hugh/ shelves in their clu. ro'
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NATIONAL GtOCRAPlUCOMIFILD : 15 and will end at Fort Myers on Man Shot Twice 1964 Drive and Ray fricl, cochairman Will He Heard by hook might/ show up. the greatest number of votes
OUR TOWN !May 17. in Leg as extended! appreciation the library's name stamped ; for any single; candidate, with
to all volunteer workers and to Trow bridge May 18 against Harles I 1,163 I .
A kick-off banquet with enter.tainment tile page or on the
A new Southeastern United States will the boat-a-cade all donors who cooperated to should: he returned.From Since 311 absentee ballots re-
published by t h e National open He Interferes in Arrest T. T. I to be counted Wednesday aft-
map at the Frances Langford Outrigger muke the drive a success county- City Attorney Oughler-/ May 5 through/
Geographic Society I emphasizes told the Commission there Is the at
son City on question
in Jensen Beach sponsored by wide. all btx>k* may be
Rio, Jensen Beach and Hob I that Martin: Memorial run-off between Mallory John
the combined Stuart-Jensen Beach Alleged interference with a police June's lower left leg Monday I free and no questions a'>
Sound-but omits Stuart. In retaliation Chambers of Commerce. I officer put George June, for June was taken to Martin Memorila Hospital'* motion to diaries the it is Inconvenient to go and Dean Tooker for the coun-
the next map we make ty-seven of Little Dixie in the Hospital, where he was detained Island Estate city's suit for nuisance noise and library when it Is open ( judge post.. The tally, not conni,
will omit Washington i D. C., homeof The boats will leave the Stuart obnoxious odor violations would absentees, Johnson, 2,630.
hospital with bullet H condition gave
Saturday evening, i II Tuesday Changed I Hands through Saturday, 10 ant :
the National Geographic Society. area Saturday morning with an heard 18 in P. 1,476 and Elton H,
wounds in the leg morning was reported to be kalis-, w on May pm and Tuesday evening, ) ,
overnight stop at Clewiston. At For $110,000A Pfeiffer Trowbrldge'i chambers: ." trailed wild 1244.
factory htN'ks be left In the
According to Police Chief Jesse
1 Clewiston, there will be an outdoor may Although be carried Martin and)
MINORS MUST HAVE barbecue sponsored by the J. Taylor Patrolmen James Hall The Perry woman was charged: posit' box to the left of /
counties Jack H. Wd
Island ,
PERMITS AT HOSPITAL Clewiston Chamber of Commerce. and Leroy Washington had arrested with open profanity assaulting/ a I Jupiter estate was recently NO RIP: MFAL* door of the library or :
I Marlon Perry, twenty-four for police officer and arrest. sold for $110,000( ( a war fOR VOlE WOKKtRS the hoo lIIobilo. (Continued on Page 2-A)
Shortly before press time, we On Sunday, May 17, the boats ; resisting: I ranty deed filed in the courthouse ...
open profanity and were taking her June was charges] with interferingwith ------
free blood -
were advised that typ- will leave Clewiston for Fort Tuesday indicates On advice by the state auditor'soffice -
ing, offered/ at Martin Memorial I Myers. At Fort Myers a banquet to the Police Department in a patrol a police olficer while making I The transfer wee of Lot 126 Martin County clamped

Hospital in connection with Na has been scheduled in the evening the vehicle.car when she jumped out of an arrest and with resisting arrest. I and 127, Block 127, Island Beach, down on the free noon meal usually GivenIn

tional Hospital Week will be per under the sponsorship! of the Pine from Olivia S Holton formerly provided workers who manned
after her and
formed on minors only if they 1 Island and Lee County Chambersof Washington went Olivia S. Reed joined by her hus the precincts.: All were advised
have the written permission of a Commerce.The while off she his was back tearing, June the joined otticer'sshirt in Youngsters Find band. Addison S. Motion to Ail. to bring sandwiches on Tues Eight pat.'a in County

parent or guardian, to fulfill certain cruise will be run in fleets the scuffle. Hall went to the aid ta Craig Pcndcr of Havtrford day

' legal requirements. See storyon this year, and boats will be classified of Washington, and as June persisted Big RattlesnakeYoungsters Pa Financial report have ; John A. Wethmgton, $30f;.
Page 1C.1IVNDSOME according to speed and type. in interfering I with the officern' ROCIRS.: NA\1H,: 10 ed by Martin County / Constable District 2: Ralph C,
T\BIE: ing in size from yachts up to 130 Kim Murphy, five Yltilr'10 COUNTY I during the campaign.. .
FOR CITY FATHERSIn feet down to outboard of fifteento According to Chief Taylor Hall and one-half and Kir a Murphy Freddie E. (Cotton) Rogers StlAicie Most of the expenses Constable.. District: 4: Frank
Dr Bruno Milenesi vice mayorof Estates, senior meter reader $149 David
thirty feet. one and one-half came running radio printing I $30 spent :
the absence of Mayor Ray I reported that he tried to fire into In the Stuart office of Florida newspaper
from Escort boats will patrol the 145 the ground to scare June but that into their home Tuesday morning Naples Italy, accompanied by specialty advertising. i $212; lame. F. Higby, $47,
Cooke recovering surgery Power and Light was
Dclmcricani. Company
Paul interpreter assigned $124.Zoning.
yelling "Snake! Snake!
miles of the
There will be Below
waterway. in the tussle bullets entered are
William P. Toot and two Commission
Vice Mayor doctors and mechanics in the Investigation showed that theyweren't by the State Department, appointed by the City by> the candidate: I
the other three city commissioners boats. fooling A four and one- will be at Langford Villas Friday Monday to fill a vacancy on Sheriff: Roy C Baker, ; .
made their first appearance half foot diamond-backed rattlesnake through Sunday the Planning Advisory Board. Sam Harless Jr., 1030. I
behind the new curved mahogany For those who like outdoor living Rabbits MeetingSet
veneer table in the commissioners'room arrangements will be made for Stay was poised, ready to strike, Supervisor of e : t j:
camp-outs at Stuart, Clewistonand alongside i the home of neighbors, bel Evans, $1,157 I ; John
of Monday nightAlthough
City for Teachers 25
the table look more likea :; Fort Myers. Motels and hotels I No Odors Trooper and Mrs. Ronnie Prekup. Special er, $400.() : May on
or The snake was with
available County Judge:
bar than anything else there are are at the three towns. '
indications that anything else Arrangements and; registration I ..22.The son, $1.751; I.lion H Breeding
no the childrenof Course Modem' Math Will
will be dispensed other than the Flies Found Mr youngster and Mrs. Richard Murphyand $3,700 County( ( ; Dean onimimion Tooker: $ '
usual water.
ice live on East Eighth Street. Kalb, $1,543.;; frank A. The Planning and Zoning Com
St. Lucie Blvd. 1 i Stuart Lund' rabbits got an- Prekup, who reported the incident Be Offered 1964-5 Term $1,113; John B. ; will conduct a public heart -

; other reprieve Monday said that he i II used to kill .cwis B. Preston $SX( >; I ISaunderson. 7.30: p.m. on Monday, May

Tale Twisting Main InstalledFor 'I T. T. Oughterson city attorney ing rattlers on his Turnpike patrol A course: in modern mathematics'' The course will he taught by $1,246; 1, at the courthouse to amend
j told City Commission that the )state "but seeing one in my home Ward for teachers at t h elementary Dr. William J. Phillip of Florida era $591; W. F. Sound zoning regulations,to
By JACK JAMES health department bad inspectedthe in Stuart gave me the jitters school level will be offered during Atlantic University, Boca Raton. $895. ina breeding stable.
TUB KHI'tt tOW HOT- City WaterCity Stafford Drive domicile 0 f :the first: semester of the 1964-65 The first class meeting will be State Senator: Jack H. The County Commission will

Speaking of the Cuban refugees I Lund and the rabbits and found CITY COMMISSION HEElS: school year for all I I elementary held Sept. 8 and each Tuesday: son, $5.545 Irlo Bronson der any recommended Hobo"

I'll have to admit I am too dumbto Manager Joe Crowder told | number no odors ofr neighbor flies\ as alleged at the by last a A regular meeting of Stuart'sCity teachers in Martin County schools thereafter from 4..etoi! pm. The port here zoning changes at 26.its meet
510 Justice of the Peace: of Tuesday, May
understand why the leaden of the City Commission Monday I commission! Communion will be held at who are interested according: to title of the m LIE ,
this country will allow our tax- night that the installation of an''I meeting.Consequently, said Oughterson, City Hall on Monday. May 11. Thomas L Crook, lurerjnten ent. "Experimental Mathematics"tyfour Piley, $180; Kenneth S. a
paying citizen to suffer and die : -- Last Wok't Waa
eight-inch ---- -- -
water main from there appeared to be no grounds -- ----- -
for the lack 0 f Steele Point seven-tenth of a for having the bunnies removed, I.tur. IJInh tow Rainfall
food and medical mile south on St. Lucie Boulevard I ,since there was no indication that I Here I Are Baccalaureate and Graduation Dates I* .. lit as .10
care when hal been completed. their constituted business ,..- .. .. .
raising a I II It 1 U
they become He added that the line b being instead of merely a hobby at Lund as
I. broke from car chlorinated; that taps will shorty has maintained. : J I.. aI cc ::iii
rying the taxation I be added, and that city water I Junior-Senior Prom Set for Friday NightStuart :: Is a. :: : l

burden 0the f will soon be ready for use by residents 'ASkS RE-7OMNG:' ...._ Mnaw.wn rot w..kI. 1
: giveawayprogram of the area. > "
this I Numerous requests had been I OF UtR PROPER IVAn I Martin County Junior-Senior in the near future. There will be I student next month. Training School r:r'C f' 11:" WB'Vr. *A.M.JOW TT"I'M. PJi'-

country continues received, said Crowder for city application from Mrs. Aura Prom ii scheduled for the gym no changes in this number according MCSH plans are for baccalaureate Its award. day. on friday. .... ".'
to operate. It'* a kind of "feed water to be made available still Fike Jones, for re-zoning of her I of the new school on Friday evening I to E Edward, SIS principal.The : I exercise to be held on Sunday, at 11.45: a.m., at the nt ho l: y ..... ado (oat:ill I.U."* I tsp*:, .,

the refugee let your own starve" further south. After discussion With i property in Black I, St Lucie Es- May 8.Graduation, senior clans of Martin County I May 24, at 3 p.m.; cUsn. night on calaureate. service: 0 n i' fil: (id* 11(41

system: Forgive me if I'm wrong, Chart A. Black the city' con-',I tales Section I 1. from R-l to R-2, rites for approximately ty Senior High presently has 139 Tuesday May 26, at 7,30: p.m. May 31, at 8 am., at ::. !n t :. rag ela las, : tt lea II uses ldr
but for me, I would I like to see our engineer. Crowder said, he was referred to the Planning AdIvisory I 160 seniors, easily the largest members most of whom. are expected I and graduation exercise on Friday vary Baptist Church; and 11 -. ode 1111 1,0,. ?

own receive at least the same con taped to be able to give more information I Board by the City Commission number to date will be beld at to be graduated. Stuart May 29, at S p.m. all In the ation exercise JUM on the I at* g U H....M cn: tea amt II.*- .*a14.! .*.1.11*''.
sideration. (See you' in church: .) oo the matter Monday. two Mann County high schools: I Training School will graduate twen- gym. on Monday >

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Z-A TIDE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, May 7, 1964 1
u I Tabulation of Vote by Precincts I

I Orlando Representative to Build Here I
Pct. 10, Sewalls Point; Pet II. Stuart lillIe Dixie: Pct 12. Tr<'I'I.
NOTE: Pct I I. Jensen Roach: Pet. 2. Stuart. PreshYteria' cal Farms Pet. 13. Indiantown. Booker Park: Pcl. 14, Town '"i ilion
Church: Pct. 3. Stuart, Odd Fellow Hall; Pcl. 4. Stuart. Fire Sta- : IInCOllfllrd
? RIo. Absentees
Park Pct.
I Throngs Viewed New U.S. Steel ResidenceMany I : p\J. 5. Port Sewall: Pel. 6. Palm City: Pet. 7. Port Salerno\ ; Ocean Breese :
Indmnlown Civic :
Pct 8. line !*>und: Pct 9. Indnntown

5 6 7 8 9 10 I II I 12 13 14 I 15 Absentees! JIII.1,
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View : / ; '. 888 802 449 80 304 162 184 137 225 31 I I, IIIIWI.

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New HomesOn SENATOR: 113
; 238 37 24 I III 41 4J last
.. '. ". ,.. Holland .....................,....... 4JJ 103 323 506 86 288 409 291 66 17 139 2.J 19 25 45 1 \4GO'fRNOR
,, ... .. I It I Oldhllnl ...,. .,,.......,,...........,,.... II 31 13 93 19 101 187 103
N. Fork 1 "

Throngs viewed the new U. S. '' I barns ................................... 205 .u. 180 191 41 IU lli 140( I 61 U P 1 4 5 i ;1 Ii ;; 1.7'111 I art

Steel Division model home con. L lckin'lOn .,.............................. 2f4 53 Hi4 25J 41 1 248 If" t 203 10 1 : I.IIh4
strutted by Saillcr-Mi/e Construction : High ............._............,........,150 28 40 49 I it $1 '134 1" 1 r 6 93 ::3 I'' Ill
Inc.I of Stuart 1 .. .. 7 6'J.
at LighthousePoint 1135
subdivision last t Saturday and .. I Keay I .................................. 1a1 IS 109 Iii 23 9d 54 I 134'J.j 3 4 5 .9., 2 6 t1.3 15 1& X7x t2 II

Sunday. Mathews ......... ................... .4 ...1 18 18 5S 16 H 31 SJ
Among those present to explain ". .A rMW'7P'f ".t' b v I 1 0 (h 0 8 .t II \
features of the supcr-moderrt residence .I N. .w r i Folks ............_....,.......,......,.... II 8 5 2 3 Ii 8 II 1'llollcy 0 9 7
with brick exterior and pre SIDE VIEW OF HIE U. S. STEEL MODEL IIOMF Foster ...... ............................... 9 Ii 4 75 4 16 18 4 4 I 2 I 0 7 7 ''I'fli
fabricated steel with insulation been Road Palm I .................................... 41 2b() 1& 1 32 44 31
M. has built on one of the yacht throughout reached via Murphy ,
wall and units was
M Gay of partition the Orlando office ofUnned basin loti.Amona. Gay revealed that he has purchased City I ATTV.GF.NFRAL Ii& 94
tis 59 5$ 271
States Steel Homes, division the numerous features a riverfront lot and will The developers said that ten I Faircloth ......................... ......430 $6 1$7 'J.51 56 t08 299 333 163 30 74 1 1 3j 81 2.m
of United State Steel l.a The of the home are heat pump heating build a three.bedroom steel home homes have been pre-sold to date.I kynet ................................ ..... 29i 90 t 13 388 64 263 389 241 194 23 29
subdivision II represented' exclusively and cooling, Schcirnh kitchen in the near future. In addition to the U. S. Steel I PUBLIC
by R. V Johnson Realtor cabinets in natural birch finish I Eight model homes are being homes various contractors will UTILITIES
A two.bedroom model with I G. E range oven and dishwasher I completed in the area directly have home offerings in varied i ('OtMISSIONF.Rrewer 38 30 19 41 I.m
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:2,113 square feet of floor ndacer and spaciousness and quality I across the river from Stuart and price rangesTrdiler I II ....................... ............ 181 33 109 U.J H 92 172 167 86 71 20 51 96 2,617
Mason .................................... 404 n 269 383 56 245 362 279 213 25 37

.......... JII T. 41 It '441i1.n I TrUcks Collide on I tiridgc STATE SENATOR

OBITUARIESPETER -----p - - -- - - Bronson ................ ......... 320 III 213 306 ,S 192 200 231 90 19 24 41 46 43:: 90() 1,9cn
.1 Williamson .............. .-. .. ... 400 71 I 278 380 83 273 509 333 323 35 13J 109 119 45 94 J.I x7COVNTYJUDGF.

.. Spectacular Crash at Mayaca '

RINGALO I Johnson .................................. 267 90 2H 460 6S 248 318 310 211 25 135 69 58 45 .54 2,610Schwerz
Peter Rmgalo seventy-six, of ....................... .......... 159 30 97 92 25 153 21S 162 109 10 43 47 .14 19 M I.W

Normandy Lane Hibiscu Park I Home Tooker .................................... 3Jj( 39 152 155 46 103 229 JSI 67 11 27 3J 6 36 77 1,471
died in Martin Memorial Hospital Burned and AutomobileA

on Saturday, May 2, after an ex SHERIFF

kine. Baker .....................................613 100 413 490 104 388 643 631 343 42 2112 129 172 92 146 4,598tlarlcss
I spectadular truck crash fol- In the front yard fire .................................... 160( 60 117 228 35 121 156 78 79 16 6 27 6 11 51 1,161SUPFRVISOR
United States in 1907 and had lived lowed by tit equally spectacular There were no serious Injuries : The loss of the Melton truck
here for the past nine months. 1 fire did approximately $30.000 in in the accident. was estimated at $22.(KM). Damage
He survived by one son, Frank damage at 4-30 am Tuesday at Lloyd Meltori twenty.four, of to the Houge truck was set at $2.- RH RATION
Rmgalo of Hibiscus Park; one : Port Mayaca Bridge over the st. UlesvUIe, N C., and driver of the 000. Loss of the house was set at Evans .. ................ ............... 521 130 272 491 111 344 528 417 270 41 175 112 98 85 141 3,747
daughter Mrs Vincent Me/em Lucie: Canal on 'Si.HO Road 441 truck folded wtih celery and corn $3000 The auto was valued at Keller ................................... 202 124 133 206 19 120 Wi 142 106 U 18 33 S 14 44 1,167COS111.
of Fair Lawn N. J.; one dater, A collision between two trucks I was charged with weeding The $800, and damage to the bridge ,
Mrs. Julia Hole of North Andover .
which did siding and railing was estimatedat DIST 1 '
other not
Mast.; one brother Charles when they tried to past on the was truck driven by Russell Houge overturn $1.000 Kilts ....n.........:........................ 239 76 169 179 45 202 241 2611 93 25 79 44 40 18 90 UOIIWacha

Rmgalo of Melrose Park, Ill; and narrow destroyed bridge one caused:of the a thicks fire that a forty-eight, no address Also investigating the wreck was ...........................,........ 524 82 325 513 86 266 446 260 233 33 6S 9S 14 94 108 3.14COll.

two grandsons house an auto, and damaged the According to! Deputy Sheriff Deputy Sheriff Frank Prevatt and
Service and burial will be in t. J>lST. J
Florida Highway A. O '
Lawrence, Mass, with John Fun- bridge Morgan Sprint, who helped truck In Larsen. and Tom Wehhe.Troopers The Pa- MacArthur ............ ............., 191. 66 147 160 38 120 204 241 72 23 9 40 2 10 72 1.401
the Melton
the ,
eral Home in charge of local arrangement The gas tank on one Of the Investigation the center line of hokee Fire Department fought the Preston .................................... 79 19 41 48 5 34 35 225 23 S 264 8 134 1 22 949Saundcrsort
). ed trucks the burst fire. on Impact which caui- the bridge and sideswiped' the empty fire. ................:............. 440 67 '310 485 91 274 482 233 240 29' 8 92 S 82 89 2m

MISS ISABEL KLINE W. W Nichols, bridge tender. Houge truck when they passed.!. I CO\lM. DIST 5 '

Miss Isabel Kline homer In- whose house and auto burned, was The Melton truck left the roadat The first modern zoo was Regent's Powers .................................... 333 84 246 422 79 226 317 281 208 20 64 H 12S 42 96 2.596Underhill
diantown school teacher, passedon able to the get his wife and mother! I the north end of the bridge, Park menagerie in London. ................................ 30S 39 203 203 45 220 301 194 202 30 49 86 28 46 67 2,039
from house and In
seconds before It strUck the Nichols car !slammed It was opened to the public
last Friday afternoon at her caught fire. The auto was parked into the house which caught 1 1828 JUS'fI'E OF PEACE
Vcro Beach home
Miss Kline, a teacher at Sebastian Piley .. ". .............................. 254 69 280 394 49 134 262 170 18 88'11 28 !h# 1,885Stimmell
School moved to Vero Beach ... .............................204 31 128 186 41 130 173 150 14 46 40 26 42 I 1,211:
from Jensen Beach abdut a 'yedrgo I I. Wethmgton ........................ 219 48 94 105 37 151 252 226 21 31 44 36'3 //JIll
She had no known survivors
Funeral services will be held in I CONSTABLE: 1)1ST Z
Bellevue, Ohio The Floyd Funeral Ward .-. ....... .-.......... 341 61 226 304 55 235 397 IRO 27 112 67 39 106 2Ico I
Home of Vero Beach was in chargeof \ T Wethington ........ ......... ... 356 84 24R 345 67 229 3111 3011 22 73 71 SO 70 2.241
local arrangements.

ANDREWnttER: Gate ........ .. .. 152 23 11eHighy

.. .... .. 106 31 Dix
Andrew N. Miller, eighty-seven I Snlf'IC\! . ... h. .._ 14f1 Ii tea
of Jensen Beach, died Tuesday i J
.ry. 'fit a
May 3, at hia home. He came to
Jensen Beach, in 1947 from Chicago 9t" .... .".>' -- : ; \
1 MORE ABOUTPowers 4 j--w'N\A 1 ...4
He motorman for
was a
rd } ., +, / "" ,
Rapid Transit Company for l fi .
thirty-eight' yean. He was a mem- Wins .
of the Lutheran Church l and active I
in the Danish Brotherhood and

the Masonic Lodge of. Chicago 5th District i J .. sill
He survived by two daughter. 1'' d
Mrs. Mary Florczak and Miss"
Board PostContinued
Martha Miller, end one son, Andrew
H. Miller, all of Chicago He
has one grandson and two great- ( from Page 1-A)
grandsons He also had a numberof
brothers and sisters In Denmark. liamson was defeated by Irlo Bron

Viewing will be Thursday night son of Kissmimec by Bronson I,
at the Yates Jensen Beach Chapel large majority in Osceola County. frllj
from 8 to 10 nm, Cremation willfollow. a
Yates Funeral Home I is in See separate story I *' yx pew
charge of all arrangements U. 1 There will be a run-off for justiceof '
the peace between Harvey Pilcy j
.. ___ J
of Stuart and John Wethington of

High School News Hobe Sound The results were: 1

Piley 1,885, Kenneth Stimmell, It J.

Correspondent 1.21and\ Wethington, 1,319
By CHERYL HEATH ,. ',VJ 1 s F Tom Wellington, also of Hobe
PERFECT ATTENDANCE. tester M. Combs, left, presents perfect attendance awards to
Sound and a brother of John, hada
narrow lead over Ralph Wardof two fellow members of XI Gammi Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at Saturday's Founder Day Banquet
e St" Stuart for the constable post by The recipients are Mrs Toni! Henry, center, and Mrs Charles E. Slocum
Friday NightIs 2.241 to'2,150, with absentees
th T'Y counted.
wiivrs' WRONG Whit ern boundary of the City Is composed PHYSICIANS )
David Gale will it off for
Prom NightThe FOLKS LINED UP and hundreds were served roast beef in hamburger buns with french fries on the the Indiantown constable run race with LITTLE DIXIE'; of St. Lucie Estates (including I MIUICAL SOCIETY MEET
tide it the Democratic at the boll park in. Stuart Saturday After being well fed, the
evening The .
Frank Snipes tally was: A request by County Commissioner Its Broadway Section) and Two physicians will official represent
Junior Senior Prom is crowd heard the Democratic introduced,
all candidates
rap Gale, 175, Snipes, 152 and James
Edward Miller, that the Witham Field. In fact if a line the St Lucie-Okeechobee-
idly approaching and all the
excitement F. Highy, 138.Women's.
of Stuart's colored town be
name were drawn north'south throughthe Martin
of is County Medical Society at
preparation already
.. Little Dixie East
from to
; '* changed
in the air. --1 ) Golf Stuart was taken under advise- middle of the City, Little Dixie the ninetieth annual meeting of the
The dance to be held on Frida ment by the City Commission on would lie almost entirety west of Florida Medical Association being
May 8, will be in the senior high Winners NamedIn Monday.No that line held at Hollywood May 7-10
school gymnasium from 8 to I.
After the dance, the drive-In will G Tuesday play of the Lady reason was given for the If Little Dixie became East They are Drs, John M Gunsolus
be open compliments of interested tqaySP Golfers Association 0 f Martin proposed change. The reason for Stuart, would that make St Lucie of Stuart and Howard C. Mc-
parents who donated money forth r t County, the winners of the 18- the name Little Dixie is a simple Estates Easter Stuart?" Dermid of Fort Pierce,
films t sis hole hidden partners contest were one. The area is platted as D.W.C -

The Elks Lodge annual breakfast ,- .- Etta DeStefano and Jane O'Kelly. Ruffs Little Dixie Addition.
wiU be held In their lodge Low putt winners were Ruby Bryant In addition Little Dixie (Is nowhere
room on State Road 76 Saturday as.i and Connie Gladden near East Stuart The east-
morning. i -- -- 144o./fo Pdlkd .r.6s M41

Girls may not be excused for .
hair appointments oft\ Friday, but 4J"tgrAity- I > I
may wear their hair set to school .
that day.

dJ ost .
Y d1a"1 4 N Naartwt
s a 5 y {
Iw u3e' 4t y sr
Graduation announcements arrived s
last week and have been IM' m *
distributed to the seniors.

p 1 7r + i
The Driftwood 'sit> 'se s I ?f t aa"

Debuts May 13 I ,,

Combining essays, poetry and At t
puzzles by many students the Martin -
County High School Journalism
class is issuing a literary

magazine named The Driftwood" I 'vr- : \ .
The first edition will be comparatively I : '
there 'vr"v... \
small, but areplans 1 Jt. Ji. ;
larger issues next .
for year -\ "' .. If" ; iI' r. a'a b9 c r
The Driftwood will be distributed Ji Lt! r
free with each Issue of The FRIENDS of Mr and Mrs. Jolt t A. Lambert of Cocoa will be

Southwlnd on May I). I THE FLORIDA STATE NURSES' ASSOCIATION, District 42. held A rummage sale at the old ASP glad to hear that their fifteen. .moi ith-old son, Kris, left is recover-

Cent of building on Ocean Boulevard last Friday and Saturday, May 1-2. Shown above are, Mrs. Helen Bro- ing nicely following a recent ilU ess. His sister, Kim right just
Approximately have suffered 80: per or are berg, Mrs Lillian Murdough and Mrs. June Humphreys. This was the first attempt of the association Celebrated her fourth birthday. Mrs. Lambert i II the former CTRL OF THE YEAR of XI Gamma Phi Chapter Beta Sigma.
suffering: from OOM tort of foot at a money-making; project since the formation of organization about three months ago. The sseodation Yvonne Holman of Jensen Beach, and Mr. Lambert was employed< Phi Mn. Bob Collins, receives her award from Mri Richard E.

Ailment I' thanked the public for its assistance id making the effort iucceufuL by Florida Power & light in Stu art before transferring to Cocoa rryor.r ..aIl.n.r

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MaMtlta l Ir"' it arrsaRVe's ? a, rnylRe: S FIlE SU',VRT (tFlorMa) NFUS llnrrday \1.1' I qra t.k -

1- .

: Dr. Walter C Giershach DAYS 5:30 8a.m.to: n.m.

I Is Congregational Pastor I 1 1 Daily

.- 8a.mto

I Dr. Waller C. Cucrstach, Cher- (now the United t ,h ,il 1 (1m'lI % ONLY 8 (p.m.

i i I r\ Hill N J., will occupy I hepulpil with tilt portfolio lit. ,nPts
U of (the Bible Union Congrc- annuities, and yr< i I' the the' Friday
Invited Rational C Church, Palm C'by. during wide range of chu storks nl 1 __
I the month of May accordingI the l1l11inlUIn< then he
I 110 an announcement from the hats been mad II' > oruhnitorM <
I church officials Mo is well !knownto the Cherry HII", "i' 111t\ "nor
the members and friends of the oil of Churches Ihe rn rrpresentativa THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY

First Baptist Has congregation inasmuch 0he has of Pachu, ,.rll.ln, 1 ,

I preached almost once or twice each holds many ofll'' I, \.11 pus
cur in the local church since his Clrlllnllllma such 'III111kn
1 first coming lo Stuart m I 1928 i C'lltlncil of Ross s .'unit' the I

Revival Under Way I| primer Beginning: in Milwaukee as a he journeyman soon rose I i iI i I I I Christ Cherry:" Hull Unll t 11 ,rdl "II I SURPRISE MOM !

from in apprentice to hcma ,plant

Revival ...services are being held uled for Saturday night, has (been i superintendent; on the Milwaukee Girls Sorter\r rm _
each evening ut 7:4: at the First postponed to u dale lo be a n I Times. After twoeiin in high i 11'iIPresent/ / (iiW1;"';;";;' \.I"I1mO. *
school and three at North ) '
Baptist Church of Stuart with i nounced later yean
i 1t.Q: tt. tj x
Rev Forrest I I II.) Watkins! pastor Sunday at both the I! land College Ashlandis.. he mmalrOl"<"' in/
preaching and special music featured 11:30 and II morning o'clock graduated in 1424 After teaching GENERAL[ [ ELIiCTIUC GENERAL ELECTRIC
: worship services -
each nighl.WelneMlay I stretch in pu"'cchool" '' of Ohio The Oirln Trien i' MUol, j
Rev F. H. Watkins will
speak | and "being the director of religious St Miry's Church I, ,
us m nannual '
evening the Training on 'Queen For a Day' At the i
education of Cleveland'sleading WASHER DRYERS
Union under in one program i to ''n.n' i
leadership of service the Girl's Auxiliarywill
evening I churches he went to C hi- lion i 9:15 ,, :
the director, !Mrs Paul Combs will have their coronation as a at : am s l I nn 1Ln\
cago where he received! his divinity 17. j
sponsor the service On Thursday feature of "GA Focus Week." Rev i iWalkms Filter Flo
night I lame Rinker. Sunday school; i will have as the topic! ofi degrees and a doctorate in phil- The GPS, under i duvcncn 110. or 22o.Voit

superintendent, will lead his department I his message "The Christian I| osophfrom the University 0 f of Mrs. Jack; Wluli' I'' meets i\ 12 pound Capacity .
Chicago Later I his alma muter and'
m sponsoring the serv i Home" cry Friday after x. 'h', ui 1 t h.church e pound Capacity
ices. The music department under 'I Pacific University honored him and mcmN, :,ire winking : I Wash and Temperature
Monday morning at 8:30 there with their DD and IL.D.I .
degrees ,
hard make' ih I
the leadership of Mrs (i. L Eden- I will he a Vacation Bible School Fe'pecl/Vely.! to m interesting I- Control Porcelain Top .
field will sponsor the services on the report of their HI i ics line the I I .. '.
in pastor's He was in charge of the Southern the Senior (dl s ,
ndu Mrs
Friday night Saturday: night will study The Girls Auxiliary and year. 5-Year Warranty ; Lint Remover
be men's night ""h't the Men's Sunbeams will meet Monday afternoon Area of Illinois churches of Morion Poster, i s I i |pine| will' :
Brotherhood sponsoring the services the Congregational churches for purl of (the proyri, i
at 3:30.: the Indian River I
and acting is choir four years' when he was called to All friends. and, rel. ;01 III 'lli, ,
Association Unit
Training meetingwill the presidency of Pacific University girls are Invited t In end,, I I 11 hwrvlee ,
A feature I isa BOTH FOR ONLY
special pru-nrvicc" : he held at the First Baptist Forest Grove, Ore. In the that: nxirnin i iI -- ;1 1
missionary journey by use of Church in Stuart at 7:;111 on Monday thirteen he the ;
Mars developed
slides each from 7:11: I to
evening evening. enrollment from less than 200( ) Ascension;
735: Wednesday evening the Tuesday afternoon I the carol I r -
to 1,400: the endowment to several !.111.:
program will lie Missionary" Journey choir will meet at the church for millions, and the hudgct increased Thank 'fen;' ;! :
to the I and On Thurs-
day evening it will he Missionary rehearsal Circles The will meet Woman's Tuesday Missionary The- eight-fold. In 1953 he was At St. ..110r.On .\'\ .. I
I called to head the national work! J rSI
S 99
Journey to Cairo. A !Missionarx it'
Journey to Athens" will be madeon meeting Las Amigas will be covered held at dish the iiippcr homeof I of the C Congregational churches Thursday' fiLII, '> Ascm .Yr .iJJ1!

and Saturday lion Diy, the l'nn.' I hunk i Ol
Friday evening on -
Mrs. James Mills at 6:10 Tuesday ,, J .'
eYto hear Missionary r.1 and the Duhherly Circle will nour MOUND: sotniiiRNMtmoimr fcring of the I'p"C"i'I (hiir.h, \.i hie it'S
Journey Rome and Madrid i meet at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. women, Mill he gnm o i church Charge.:W \ )
Everyone Is invited to these servo Fred Bcntel. all over the world Si, M.n\'-, cm .
ices and if it is not possible to get The v 01 ih group will hold a ",gate communion will he ccli- I
to the pre-scrvice feature feel free car wash it Bill's Cities Service rated by Bishop ( onkl llnl> :it 1) loam !> "f' I

to come to the revival service at ST. JOSFPII ROMVNCATHOLIC : Station at Hohe Sound Saturday All the women ,iu ..,ked to .*Please;! ( ('"RIJI"a e. .

745: p.m.The afternoon, May 9. from I until 6 he sure to be present to, otter their .. .1

barbecue for the Men's The Masses Monday, Tuesday pm This 1for the benefit of an blue envelopes. I fa. 4 I.. ; -G
Brotherhood previously s c h c dRHFFIIR Wednesday and Friday will he Epworth !League project The coins at this" nilhennu I w :

at 8:10 a.m. On Thursday Masses The regular services will he: are to be !sent all ox IT I the world, ,

will he at 7 and 9 a.m and to p.m., Sunday school at ft:10 p.m., worship to help support mission' .uics, hunIpilafs I
IUTIIIRVNWorship : on Saturday at 7:30: a m. service at 7:43 p.m. colleges, t to help: scram worn I PAY AS LITTLE AS $3.50 WEEKLY

services are held every Perpetual Miraculous Medal No- Rev. Charles O Bennett is pastor an further her cduciiinn, and to
Sunday morning at I 10:10 at Redeemer vena will he held Tuesday evening and the chapel meets in the make possible an up-lo "I.ite' college

I Lutheran Church, East at 7:30.: community "building student center. 7-1} nP.eny'1' \
Ocean Boulevard with Bible class Thursday of this week will he Twice a year at Asc.nsion Oi\ \ General Electric
\ r 1
and All Sanity Day Dies" m-gulhcnngs -
and Sunday school preceding at Ascension Thursday a Holy Dayof IM: >I\N RI\FR UMIRliN:
9:15: am Obligation Masses will he at Ml.I.(mSHIP are held. At the I Inennium Ii 1
Meeting to he held .it Si Lows ROLLAROUNDVACUUM
7 and 9 a m and to Confessions \ .
p.m. .
"DocGod Really Answer Services are held at Fort Pierce Mo in the fall the tinned Thank I .,
Prayer?" is the question asked by will he heard on Wednesday Beach Community Center, 742 Offering of the piscopal Churchwomen -
an anxious father, sitting at the from 4:30: to S:30: and from Seaway (Drive Because of the departure of the !Diocese ol South
bedside of a dying daughter on 7:30 to 8:30: p.m. of Dr. and Mrs. William, r/
Florida will he presented I in the NOW ONIY 1 i.'tl: I
this weeks episode of This Is May is dedicated to the honorof J. Arms tor the Unitarian-Umvcrlahst new Alms Basin just finished This \ : ,

the Life:' the Lutheran Church Our Blessed Mother. Next Sun convention I in California. Alms Basin Wit 'made from' TV program appearing each Sun day. 4 p.m.. there will he a special there will he supply speakers during lions of old fold and silur giver i CLEANER
day morning!! at 9 a m on Channel -I devotion to the Mother of (Jo d Mav Services will then he by the women of South Hmda I AEGUTAk ( R,,tvMIKI
4. known as the "May Procession"and discontinued unnl the return of "
Pre-occupation with trivialities 'May Crowning. All parish Dr Arms in the fall. FIRST CHURCH OK CHRIST

crowds out the main concerns of ioners are requested to plan to May 10: 7:30:: pm, Rabbi" Joseph SCIENTIST CUBE TRAY l I
life, says Dr. Oswald' Hoffman attend this devotion. 1 Levine of Temple Beth El I : : $3333
next Sunday evening on the Lutheran The ladies of the parish will holda I Fort Pierce will he the speaker' East Ocean Itlvd., Stuart -.

Radio Hour His emphasison retreat on the weekend of June I May 17: 7:30 1".01" Jim Minter, I Sunday morning service at 11Lessonsermon I""d'l''
the unimportance of "Fiddle"Fllddle 5-7 Any interested in attending Martin County correspondent for subject, Max HIAthm .
Twiddle, Twaddle" will : and fallen Man." ONLY: ..1.25 \\HKI.Y
may call Mrs. Ray DcWagoneire, I the Miami Herald, will speak onResponsibility -"'" J
be heard over station \VS IU Sunday 287-2258 of the Press" Sunday school, I Ham I Nursery' =: -:-- '- .;; ..&1i....: ..
evening at 7:15.: provided
Pastors. Bible Class I is held I
MFiiiomsr Wednesday Testimonial meeting,
each Tuesday evening at the church Pine Lake Drlvt Stuart 8pm. i BATTERIES ; rI

at 7:30.: At 8 p.m. Wednesday, 9am., church Reading Room: 282 Fhulcr Ave I uoEUl 3Ih\
Sunday: school Floor
Sunday school teacher training session !- Wednesday May 6: Chancel I; GOODYEARAuto
is held.Thurday. (classes for all ages); 10 a.m., worship choir rehearsal 7:10 p.m. flue: Monday through I riday/ 10 II

is Ascension Day. Special service; and to 1".111., Young Thursday. May 7 Persis Circle am, 2 p.m.; Saturdays, lo ,i m, '
12.30:: ( Cushions
People's Fellowship.Circles will meet at the home of Mrs p.m.Chri'i.ln
Vesper services will he held Attachments
at Redeemer ut 7:10 I 2A and 2B will, meet atI Roma Rasmusscn in While Cily Science radio program, e ks
p.m.A "The Bible Speaks to You Ie.t lu...., n....Oat
Mother-Daughter! B< I p.m. on May 12 at the home of at 9.10 a.m. The Wesleyan Guild may Twin I .
will he held Fridax May 8 Mrs. Malcolm A. Harrts, North will meet at the home of MrsJohn be heard over WS I U. Stuart. BrushesFlashli II TIe4shka T'hat
lnquet"I' 1450() kc, at 7IJ: p.m. Mondays' / .. Brtath.ar'I
h A River Shores. Circle 3 will meetat Dumich at 8
ing begins ill p.m. p.m. '
for I "I
Topic May II I : K ling a
is planned by the ladies 8 pm on May 12 at the homeof Friday, May R: Junior choir Happy M-image" ht t #288 t
well 11a dinner Mrs Rodeen Mrs. Charles T. Hall, Rio. rehearsal at 3:30: p.m. I YinyCoot4d Couerli 94c I :

Bishop is in chare!! of tickets and I The "Pain and Spare will i Sunday May 10): 1 he worship sr. :\I\R\fs; ;JPISCOPUThursdiv : ; I For Car 7 (, I

all mothers and daughters are welcome have a family beach parry at 5 I services will he held at R:45 andHam Or Hem C aiMtt.Alt. MoUrlna'l moil fu% .ItM f. (rilnf when you elite ,\:

---pm--,-on -May- -9 at-Jcnsah Beach. I I with John Sadler deliver Day: V.lo May, 7, Asunsion t uehirisl. I Well known brand ins hru.h.., .nrnbanl/, a a., on tool, comfortabl" wihlon. Warn fiber' covtrlnf, t"\
--- ------- ------ ------- ----- -- -- a.m. Holy
ing the message in the nhsenceRev. of and made in U. 8. A. IIpays burring
Spring gathering of the I 'mtccl InA .urhmrm hltr'.elll' ) call iprlitf ttnUr for lonpit lervlc, i
Waller D. Church
to buy two at this :
hank Offering of the I ::1
school will beam at 10 a.m. Junior fl'hCI'PIlII
CITY SIGN SERVICE and Senior MYF will hegira at 6'30 Churchwomen 1 low low price. 11&
p.m. The Methodist Mom' radio I niday. May R': 3 pm. iFS

proeram begins at 7:05:( p.m. meets with Mrs Whitieir: senior

ANNOUNCES.. A NEW SERVICE I May II:: Methodist Menu prayer group with Mrs. fouler I All-Wood Cabinetry .
group meets at 7 a.m. Ruth Saturday May 9: 10) inn i ,nn. I
FOR MARTIN COUNTY. Circle will meet at 8 p.m. for choir rehearse with Mr I ul- :I Eight! SpeakersEnclosed Lovefylo Look At.

.......... I Tuesday, May I 12: There will ton i ? Speaker .
: J1:.: If -.;' he a WSCS executive meeting at Sunday May 10, Sunday after |
: "TT. I tr- 4 '::\ 10 am The Matron's Class will Ascension Day: 7.10 11.111. Holy I ''lamber51)Watts01 :
Eucharist 9 15am.,
meet at 12:30: p.m. : : morning prayer i De/ightfii/Jotiear.
and Sunday school I II I am. () Music
\,;.... 4.1. I A''fSF.SSF.\ Holy Eucharist and 1 .
:' 0' :. < ...' t.\(, nltov sermon i lower TransistoriVcd .
1. _.
Wednesday, May II: 7:10: I
Kingdom Hall, Britt Road p.m. '
1:1\ -t. 'L. W' I I senior choir rehearsal Amplifier
I,; >.. .,. Thursday, 7:30 p.m" Theocratic So Convenient To

/\ ." "- Ministry meeting School Theme; 8:30( p".m., service FUM: cm mi-1 is r I AM/PM/PM; StcrcriTuner I Use .
\ : Disciplinean
The chapel enjoyed rcxival
x Evidence of Ciocl love" a .
last week with Rev. Allen R. Price I -
4 u' Ti'DC : Sunday 6pm i ., public discourseby from First Baptist Church
; J : w.t a t 1fJQ Frank Maitoza: "What is Ciods at
Branford preaching and Rev Jeff Another Sound Value
View of 7:15p.m" 1
I Image
k Worship :
;J Stile and Paul Newman
Bible study with the aid of workingwith from General Electric
others I i in the
N music
EN1Syfr program
YI Watchtower Theme: 'The Christian -
.J I I I
IAI" rtr..rmXflfTt I The OAs meet every Thursdayat ,
.45 CATS: Woman Need" for a Head 3:10 p m. with intermediate GAs SAVE SAVESAVE
I'' meeting \with Mn Frances Groseon
Monday. 7:30: p.m" Bible study Eleventh
Street and
junior CiAs t
Theme ,
: Babylonish .
meeting with Mrs Mary Alice
at Kingdom Hall for
Yinulmg on Second Street
t partiction in field ministry: Sat-
The general meeting of t 11.Women'l I
,>t "-{Jay and Sunday 9:15 am.
Missionary Union of thai ,
AIL \IMS EPISCOPAL Palm City Chapel will he held at '
730: p.m. Tuesday, May I r. all K
JeiMrn '
Beach i iA.ccnoon the chapel. The theme will, he En. I ONLY: ; ; '

Day, Thursday, May couragmg Trends in South American I .
7 6am. Holy Communion. Intention I Missions," emphaux being onmissions 'I .
: That Christ May Reignin in Argentina Paraguay'. I
Our Hearts." Holy Unction following Chile
? < M \ 10 a.m. service. UrTrellry Claw of the Sunday )I 5 nTHE NEW ''
: .
Friday May 8: 6 1.01" Holy school will meet with Mrs |I.Ilho',:
Communion. Intention: Thanks Savage on Martin Grade at 7 30 I J7 .
giving for the Glorious Ascensionof pm., Thursday' May 7. Mrs Roy GRANVILLE KC 4331
= l Our Lord. Vm lmg is teacher I \
-- I Sunday after Ascension May The fifth anniversary of the' STEREOCONSOLEGOOD

A COMPLETE NEW ERECTION 10 Mother's Day: 7:30: a.m., Holy ihapefs beginning was celebrated
Communion. United Thank Offer Sunday May 3, and I dinner was 1
TRUCK FOR THOSE HARD.TO. ing spring' ingathering Offeringmay I provided by tho women and servid -

REACH JOBS. t* placed m alms basin at all after the morning services I
services. 9 1.01.. Family Communion There were who
present attended -
many I
Ask for PHIL or DON for : II a.m" morning! prayer. on the first Sunelav when
FREE ESTIMATES Tuesday. May 1 12.: 7 am. Holy he chapel met In the Palm City I Ii /SEAR SERVICE STOREAT

Communion. Intention: "For the i Civic Center. ,
PHONE 287-2990 Sick" I pm. All Saints' Guild
final business and social j I Modern
meeting. Antarctic whaling beI -
AT 74243Evcr"onc
Bring I sack lunch. 8pm" church I gan with the establishment' of the 74242 257 East Osceola, Stuart
235 South Dixie Stuart. Florida schooleachen' meeting end oll first whaling station in South

year evaluation awards. 'Georgia I in 1904,

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4-A TIm STUART (Tta) NEWS la)r M \ LIttNSJSGoorpe
Thursday, May 7, 1964 26 Yachts Called at ,
J Raymond 1 aI I I" I ,
Marcia Joy Fiicrl. both 01 I uu:;
e Palm Buach,

," CIRCUIT COURTChancery Week James Bill Andrews to ( ''''''11
( ) I Marina Past Joyce: Townsend, both ol I I" r tl I
Hester Victoria Peeks "\. John J PIerce.

T Peeks! divorce; T. C Houk. Charles Frederick Ingrain i 11'1"I '
Lenore Roskoski vs John The guest list of Langford Villas lueky V;" Mr and Mrs W. L. I ter to Sharon Lillian Tausei i ,",L e
and Langford Marina this past Gorton Fcqucsla, "Tang;: Mr and Park
T c. Houk.
Roskowiki, divorce;
Smith, Fort Laud Clyde Junior Spahr to \ ,
week Indicates that Mrs Carleton ,1\ \
yachtsmen! are
Patricia 1. Stevenson vs. Morris Gregory Green both ol B". ,
R, J. stopping at the Marina on their erdule, "Nancy V. Beach. In ton
B Stevenson, ; '
iIs.dos. treks North and that Floridians H. Anderson Fort Lauderdale. Buddy Bennett Terrell to D"n.
Patricia Ives vs. Jack Ives, uniform k : 'k1; tire arriving for vacations at the "Goldenhcal;" Captain Elhurn na Catherine Copp both ol I -n

reciprocal act; Philip Noursc ':!Y.. Villas. the Stuart "Jubilee;" Dr, and Mrs tuna
Rachel B Padgett vs Allen!. S. Of thirty-six new arrivals Robert Smyth Vcro Beach, "Kabob Luther Washington to J"nce
at the Villas lust week twenty-eight Wright. both of West Palm ,
Padgett, divorce: T C. Houk were from Florida ;" Edward B. LcMaster, Ponte / Benh
Mill I _tl>\ HII'rlstlle\I,; : -
A total of Katie. I
twenty-six yachts arrived Vedra Beach "Miss
(ones of the pine '
sugar range at the Marina this week n,,'r 1'10' '
0 11111
past calling by
inches other yachts
front twelve to eighteen in : Among .
for i and Tit Martin County i hlllunln I I. '
overnight Mays longerOf Mrs W ( 'Fli' 'Ida .
length. 41i were: Mr. und 'otnny i tilnrt III
that number only seven were recently .... bid* In the silt, iv ", ,
Florida based Tampa on the "Mar- 'ouniv I ( Ivll I !lifinae' ,I ',
yachts. Hendry sac KiiiMl; ,; r Utieet In ,,11/:::/, '
=. II Floridians who were Langford ruth:" Captain Steve Pierce Pompano -' I ait |II.n.. bmiteln I'Itall.I".I i i" ".
Villas this "Coach House Harhor;: nu stay 21. IBM, on the fI
r guests past! week include : : : "
: ;
RENEW YOUR "Sandy vehlrtes I and eiiulin' 'Ml ? lu, I,, ,
Iel lafaCi / Ma.r Mr. and St. Petersburg
+ Mrs J W McCul- E. Washburn b'hllul'r.d fir public cal I, "I

:- DRim'SUCENSElDUPING YOUR 4kr OH IttRS of the Stuart Business and Professional Women Club Mcnnmgcr president: Miss Bitty Jane Stott, installing officer; Miss lough It. West Palm Beach; Mr. Marie:" Louis" Baxter, Delray :the ih,. i rauulreinvnt.iff 1 111if the Hired an eel t f"r'i '?," ''I,,r
and Mrs J. B. "The Owl. i
: BIRTH MONTH I installed Tuesday! evening April 28, are left to right: Mrs, Eloise Mary Lindsay recording secretary; and Mrs. Isabel Evans. first I Mr, and Mrs.' Buddington Harold! J., Lawlcr Miami; Beach Mr,and Mrs William E. Brown (1"1"1.hll, I'lufinne. AHeniy, Ja I I"", "I..

Castor. second vice president; MM Mildred Greenfield; corresponding vice president Boca Raton, I Hollywood, Margie B II;" Mr Junk The an equipment,) \liu:udne' I.: on to? b ergo, 'i::,;bl ,,,, r,
secretary; Mrs. Emma Doyle treasurer; Mrs Lida Mr and Mrs Cecil West, Orlando and Mrs W. Hayes Yates Boca "kul" > truik.. one elation) ." '"
Mr. and Mrs Ted Raton "De, ie R.;' Mr. and Mrs. one tarp and three K' ", .-
; Yelvmg- ;
+ he ,, ,
I *{* **; I ton, Miami; Mr and Mrs. E G John A Lusc, Naples, "Folda III;; Martin I'hnnr 1I'on.County ninv Maintenan! u'wi. ..n''; ," '.""

*. I Business Professional Women InstalledThe I Forester, Boca Raton t : Messrs Mr. and Mrs W L. Gorton Te ni,"n".\l\d is,,,\ HiKhwav lit' "'een .tin ninth h""i"r r ,,,"' '". 'JR.m. .
: Spoone and Rogers. Orlando: Mr que ta. "Tang," Mr and Mrs Hen and can p mK
cpty and Mrs. Donald Weeks, West ry K. Harding Dolphin II." .11In Vi MrViosj i'"nlll'hll. I\II,I IMI ,,, ,,I-,-

: Key Club of the Sunrise The invocation was !given by ---- Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs C M Lester. Daytona Martin County Fl? .oJ.I'nh .
I ; Mr. and Mrs Lowell Watkins Beach, "Genie:" Mr. and M.) 7. t If. 21. '964
Inn was the scene Tuesday evening Mrs Shelly Cox of the Fort Pierce
Finances Student Wildlife
West Palm Beach; Mr and Mrs Mrs M H. Fuller, Fort Myers.
April. 28 it 7; of the installation BPW, and the welcome was! given Thomas Bcnscl I, Loxahatchce; Mr Betty Lynn ,

banquet of the Stuart Business by Mrs Lida Wenninger president and Mrs, Alfred Skinner Lake Yachtsmen and yachts from outof.slate Salon

\1 and Professional Women'aClub. of the Stuart Club and Mrs Worth; Mr and Mrs. Arthur included Mr and Mrs. fa

Maxwell of Donna Oldham Immediate past Help Bird Films by Stern Sarasota; Mr. and Mr. Ray Ed Bcrndt Jr.. Arlington Mass, i
King president T Ellis, Eau Gallie Monroe
of the ; Mr and Mrs "Lazy Lady; Mr. and Mrs. -
Junior presdicnt Jupiter BPW
Indian River College was T. R. Wright. Eau Gallic B. Levey Great Neck, N. Y.
; I guest speaker He spoke on trends gave, the response Out-of-state guests at the Villas "Le Voyage:" Mr and Mrs JohnS
/ J in employment: and the education Officers installed by Miss Betty Attending the Fair included Mr and Mrs Allen N Winder Fort Wayne Ind ofBeauty
have marketable skill
: t f Mrs neeto, Marfran Roster a entertained Jane Slott State Federation recording Trask Wilmington N. C.; Mr. and "Becky B,"
Mrs Paul Siepmann and Mr and Dr. Robert L Baxter Hyannis
with selections.Nurses secretary, were: Mrs, LfdaMenmngcr
; ONLY harp president; Mrs. Isabel Martin County Audubon Societyis the schools>> next season Those Mrs Howard L. Pollock, all of Mass, 'Adlib/ ;" Dr. Philip Wach-
Milwaukee Wis,; Mr and Mrs. let, Freeport III "Wanda MarIon -
Evans, first vice president; Mrs planning a country fair" fund. desiring to make individual donations "
Eloise Caster, second vice president raising event to be held Saturday, to this do so by John J. Christian, Pittsford N Y ;" Charles C. Hoffhergcr Baltimore .
Group Will muy "
: 3 ; Mrs Miklred Greenfield May 16, in front of the bronze Out-of-state yachts and owners Md.. Charmce; Harry
Meet on May 11th corresponding secretary; Mill J eagle in Memorial i Park, calling Miss Helen Funnell! or stopping at Langford Marina this Slyer, Longport, N. J.. "LorraineIII" PROFESSIONALBEAUTY

'TIL Mary Lindsay recording secretary Items will be auctioned off and Mrs F. W Hazlewood Marcel i: tea include the 'Mimi i HI," CAREBy

The Florida Nurses' Association and Mrs Emma Doyle treasUrer home-baked goods, preserves and Montreal, Can Captain Howard Bryant Baltimore -
District 42, will meet Mon. jellies will be sold New items donated Florida Civil ada; Little James" Mrs. John Md.. "Panacea:" E. Simon
MOTHER'SDAY diy, May I It at 8 p.m. at Martin Mrs Ethel Walker, banquet by merchants of the town Brooks, New York City; "Impulse West Orange N J? "Teal;" Mr
Memorial Hospital committee chairman was assisted furniture and used odds and ends Defense Group ." Paul Beck Phoenix, Ariz.; and Mrs C L Sears Camp Hill,
A brief business meeting and by Mrs. Radie Belle Krueger, will be offered. 'Tomkat IV," Mr and Mrs T. Pa. "C-Lanned;" Mr. and Mrs
election of officers for the coming Mrs Dorothy West and Miss Stott Clyde Coutunt will make huts Meets May 7.9 Nary, Bridle. N. J. F S. Durham Allentown Pa.. VIRGIN! KINNE:. OwnerOperators
year will be followed by a talk "to order" from native palm I "Tresho y III," Mr and Mrs "Blue Chip. :
.; Tequcsta Drive on Medicare by Dr. Duane L. The difference in elevation between fronds. Charles Bachcller of Port The Florida Civil Defense Assoeialion Robert M Brown Philadelphia Mr and Mrs Melchior Arm- FRVMtS REDDISH
will hold the midyear Pa; "Sofienie Won II," Mr and Ridgefield, N J.. "Madcap
Stcmlc; radiologist at Martin Memorial the summit of Mt Everest, Salerno will display his new pea. strong NE11IE CRISWELL
Tcqucsta, Florida Hospital <, highest peak in the world, and nut feeder and bamboo feeding conference at the Everglades Hotelin Mrs A. F. McKeswck, Easley S ," Mr and Mrs. K A Knowles.

After this meeting the a.8txi.: the bottom of the deepest gashIn troughs for bird stations. Miami on May 7.9. Russell Bev. C; "Well Sea. Mr and Mrs J. Annapolis Md.. Vagabondia;"
DIAL 746.3433 ation will be temporarly inactive the ocean floor found off the The effort is aimed at raising of Clearwater H Hungerford Jackson Mich; Mr and Mrs C. Lloyd Johnson, Now I:
MARY& DICK RUSSELL and monthly meetings will not be. Mariana Islands, ii approximatelythirteen money for free films on wildlife an president announced "Bobby Jean II," Captain Bill Manhasset, N Y., 'Mr Chips Featuring -
gin again until fall I' miles and conservation to be shown al that Senator Jerry Thomas Gasque, Charleston, N C. IV." Pedicures I!
7 of Palm Beach County will be Rubiyat"" Larry Hutt, New Rochelle -
the guest speaker on Thursday. N Y.; "Fair Lady H," Mr. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Relaxing Facials'WE

May 7, at the luncheon. He also and Wilhston Mrs, George Marson N. East 1962 Monza coupe metallic blue: I
Long Island Y;
announced that federal and state 'Holycon; Mr and Mrs Charles excellent condition. One owner. ARE NOW OPEN .
Civil Defense officials will attend Angle Rochester, N. Y. Radio and heater tinted glass automatic MONDVY thru SATURDAY I
i I
-AdnliAAiAm fnml "Berm tjoestl I the conference and assist in the Paradise." J. H Charles Great transmission, new tires
/ (
various workshops scheduled for Neck N, Y.; "Wind wept." A J. $1495 Call 2874)511) after 110: 304 OSCEOLA AT 7-0536
the conference 5.7 ((58)) ,
: Gcoffnon Manhavvet NY.; _
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Al Keuton, Martin County Civil ,
"Flagg Ship Vreeland Flagg I .
Defense director and chairman of Princeton N, J.; "Skippy II:' Mr
i tha public .relutiooH comjrmtee of :and Mrs W, L, Humphrey, Brook ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS'
;: t th* .Mut* .jrouptaid, i : Mr and Mrs.
HOW and city directors throughout the A Bowman '
Graton, Du\berry,
o: SEE EASILY IT'S state will planning discuss emergency and operations government Mass'Matters. knot;' Mr and Mrs. $185OOOOSHOPPING i

q and the federal Civil Defense program Edward S. Mathers, Annapolis

ELECTRICALLY! for the next fiscal year. Md. "Da Sue San" Mr. and Mrs '-

C Russell Hoff Oyster Bay N.
The Big Room in the Carlsbad Y 'Barne" Charles
; Herman Jr..
Caverns a national park in New Haddonfield N J. SPREE

Mr Mexico is at least twenty times at Florida-based yachtsmen and

room.large an The any room other is about known three.cave their Ralph craft E Wood.included Lake Mr and Worth Mrs. I Entry" blank ,Intvtryurlon .,Pepsi t. Patio/ Diet Cola' .

fourths of a mile long and over :;.. -
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i ,.1 TUN, 0' Get new recipes bOO( feet wide.

? Lsusl. .tonrat'tarMsrr; :
t j 1 now menu ideas. and
,. s XH'KI: OK I'l aide IIP U"'U
J ." .r SPECIALTIES nJ'J;;: !III of Jo]County U '"(omnilealnara itlvrn I that the of -

Martin lonnly Fl! irl la, mil 'on.dart -
help be PILLSBURY a puhlle; heailnK at the I hour 4 .
f o :you a of fl'an A.M. or ... anon (reaftcr
u tha I1.Rller any he heard on
: '. BAKE-OFF winner. or the (May'aurthuuee al. 196f.In at Stuart(ha Martin, "Horlda County to

cunold..r, h. matter of i u n I n s
: .. "Cook of the Year" obuuaoai r

: r Amend 0,1110118 to Include
la your own family.AllElectric lIro..dlllll' I'It..bl. f
: ; thin Amend t.1 Zoning- Chu.lflef a

., AI".I".nl. to link/ Pound 1'1.. ,
r tiltt a Zuni"" IlvHUlatlon.All .. .'

Sessions Int .rrnli-d parlle ar. Invited
Cooking to. attend and be heard
,I E i plated tun, lilt dos or MHV rata.

I; : Grand Prize I'ub.(IDEAL: May T, ise1OTIl'M 4 .... ...

WINNING 25,000; Recipes w'li\I IIF'IT "M'111..11'ss' iVNCE1tNl III'nnaTO : .

NOTll'IC l I. hft-Hhv iclven that the
I v 'Iaonlllll' anti 7.IIlnll'. Comml.Mlnn
j af Martin Count)'. .rlda. will ron
from previous PILLSBURY GRAND NATIONAL BAKE-OFFS dart a uhlie hmsrtne at the hour BUY at local r stored:
of 1:50: PM. Os xlay an. ltd( at the.
I.rlln ('mmy, ("u.thou.11\ $tu
.. ,. \ Sri t iorlda... I" "n.lder the fat.iuwlna .
: .

:'. DATE: May 8, 1964 TIME: 10:30: a.m, and 2:30: p.m. t;, Amend tI.rllllll"PtableaAm to InuludaRraodma BOOST 1

l tr c our town, always;
PLACE Martin B 1 /inlnK Claulflcatrlit -
: County Agricultural Building Fairgrounds end
lioAnirndmrnl .r'...... -- -

r South of Stuart on AlA in Hobe MII..lld Na .
II Zunli

C -. M1a, II 'Intvrr.trd pontes. are Invited BnnK ;
'u ahead, and! I" I".d. !
Dated Ihl. fIh ''inr May lad(. ,
I : Colorfcl Official Bab-Off Cook Dock containing pl'to; .wlnninf Bale-Off wdpea.Ak .' 1I1\IITIS J'I.SSIS'ISt., "ol'STY ZOXISG

: fltMJ'I ] > copies of "How to 1 be a Croatfo Cook" and Tab it from the Judge- cola 1 YJIsrioaitNRy JOHKI Chali." :''man'H lUttBLNLKt!: ,: Free Checking AccountsTo

s t : Iecti R of helpful DO'S nJnQlvreit '"H from Pillowy National Baks Off judges ATTFHTM.V HIB;';: GF.t.'o'F.TT.: Mp.ralary I Our Senior Citizens Over 65
"b.: May 7 U64

I : lick up :roar Offidal/ Enfay Blank ft* fmimft 16th Grand National BaUOffwbl<Uywa (forth. Is" TIIDi ISI dust) r'rt'"'''II Ju 5Iin'nia OaYV f"IIIII'r1"Jo t'1sta.! BANK OF STUART B.SNK Ot srUARr

'.. : Cn* time) wffl be bell in Florida...fa the xoaid'.Lrgaatectdo KrtcWfa the Grand Ballroom' of ".. IV TI nwEMTTn, I'I.nlllis5It I'Hall,,.'.; soh IMPs. Regular Banking Hourst Orivt-lit Bunking Mount

;, : .fcbnlom Amarirnna HoLJ on Miami BeaASaptambur 13,14, iff. : ()FAatTIE { Monday thru Fridays 9 AJVL to 2 P.M. Monday thru .
WAT*>\ Ihursdays 7.30 to 6 P.M.
[ : ,I. ...reeduTlt'e Fridays 5:30 to 7.30 P.M. Fridays 7:30 A.M. to 7.30 KM.

All>.TJ"":.KI,'' i Ii,It5TtR5.. ;e-t.t. ...fAH.TU. Saturdays 9 A.M. to 12 Noon Saturdays 7:30 A.M. to 12 Nooo
E : \I' CTaiN. ,I"d.. ar* h..by1I0tltt.d
'1'lll 3 NEWEST MODELS IN ELECTRIC RANGES[ and n ,'JIIII..d, to turn any
AtJ lalma' or demand I, they may
haw JK.In.t rail" ,tt.hI|In the ?<.
E L AT YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALERS (ore' .the Horlla( 0111\1'111 lu the,U.courtho.i.e of MartinountT BANK OF

at MtuRr\, Florid "hln ala* ralmolamino '"
the from ,ih? w .. "
first p"blh'.lIon) "f '111. nlTtlce'Earh STUART
lalm, or demand Inn., b. In writing
and moue Kate ih inc., or r.ol.
-1M7 ,Score and ldlr.u. of th.
= the olalmant hi. ,"., n,. or hie at.Iambi '
.r It sin h, ,
r. 01. void\ aoeordinf -
1 : : ; rJ'e CHlAIfJtQ t" tawThis
lot des "rt. 'tAA/

I I"'I.Ans"1,.. siasnS.
? .r the Colatan'
Artle w ., .
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,.,. FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY' I \N'ltT Iahetura\'...t >II"'K Palm a Boo..10 elrr IIIT.\"I.\-r..i V: ,hI.I fli'ti'.nfl/y.i. anka r 321 EAS'T ,OCCK BOULEVARD

: HILHMO ,MILD FLORIDA I AOorneys -for Amin ll'ator
Pub. Ha)' H : t r 'it'4

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Pence Receives Sousa 1. COT MML RtACIlON: f 'I1auntIIY! May. 7, 1964 5-/S.i

r Too late for the editorial page ------ -- -

Award; Sammy Damron Arion r i we received\ reply to A W'hoop can take from them. Then he sail:

mg Crane i letter printed there last go try to find another quiet, dc+
: iightful place !in which to spend
week. The writer called him "not
Patty Pence received the Sours Damron, bund captain, wclconr them if by then he and hit Kind:
Award, and Sammy Damron the i cd the parents and other lIue'n a saline, but sarcastic If he Can't I haven I wrecked them all I can k'
Anon Award at Tuesday nights I attending. bitty Kindred f fir i I h ,, i, ,+ let why we would rather have this help wondering what brought hirti
annual band banquet of Martin lieutenant gave the invocui '" t "rr b area remain a quiet, detached here in the first place, but I'd]
"Memories of Bygone Years" \\.1' i community' of wonderful waterway sure like to tend him toward a)
County Senior High held at Stuart rendered by Tom Redmgcr. u.termasler #+ I I, v high elevation and a delight progressive town with a well
Woman's Club and Patsy, Pence drum ,,,,4 W ful htimalc tto( quote his words), place kick I, too, prefer to re*
All students who had successfully majorette, gave a recapitulation ot IAt ', then let him go on down to Miami mum I anonymous in order to keep
completed two years in the the activities of the past year. Beach where without half trying my blood I pressure at a safe icvdtYou I
r I he find all those might sign -
marching and concert bands can so-cnllcJ 'mTCbhfit
wonderful he 'I Ihe Status Quo
ceived bund letters. NO CHFKRVIIOM I ON + things wants bigsparkling
s gleaming modern ho
The awards were made by re'l .. + Ids, motels, restaurants; nightclubs ; The first wholly reinforced con.
moyne E Roll director The As reported in the spceial\I .in cuhuiuis.
pluee' of amuse ercle building in the United State
sa Award is for excellence of nivcrsary edition of The Stu.1ftNt.ws .. '
meet, elk Ant! he welcome
is wall was erected in New York City
and demonstration I .
sic of leader in January, Thursday Mat
the '
ship capabilities by a senior. the I 7, is the fittieth birthday ot the 4 crisp! _green_dollar I bill_ he_ In 18H. ._-------:
Anon Award is for 'outstanding Town of Sluart So far as is known wX
ability in music and devotion to the there will be no celebration ,.
performance and perpetuation of I other than to quietly await another I BOX OI-I-ICE OPENS
the art of music." fifty )'ears.1'10TIIER'S aN" 'i'' .! 6:45SHOW:
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-1 DAY SPECIALS IfIIP'" .'irk. R _____ 7.20 _

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BVKH: II\M: DINMR: $1 65 ,, ( ... "A; tt 'r ''''. \ .,,', ,.' \ : Friday, Saturday, Sunday
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SPECIAL SLAI001 PLA1IIK, orSHRIMP .. -... .-,:,-.....- ".. ,;.XrM.,, .-....___:. : '''''"..._.... .___m_! ,,_.__",-___,-" tfrtfoA/1/ ,

OYSTERS SCALLOPS $1 !NHV'. FARMERS: OK AMFRICA: BANQUET,. annual New way, club secretary, speaking Others, left to right lire: lx>renzo *
Tannersbanquet. was held lit Stuart Training School with some Ferguson, reporter; Conrad Pitterson vice president; Luther
included of lewis, president, James MeCurthy: treasurer, and! Felix Williams
Isu I persons attending The banquet .1 i report! agricul
TOWN I HOUSE RESTAURANTCtM. > lurid activities, of the club during the school year b> Arthur HolloRIIN advisor. KER ID r RD JOHN

M \ : MEMORIAL Diversified Cooperative Training Honor s i i, RUSSIA

Births-Mr. and Mrs Garry
1 t Emmeek a son April 28; Mr and Gordon Given Award
j.CD j. Mrs Charles Tucker, a son, April Sigafoosz ;
29: Mr. and Mrs Vincent Kelly, eWARNEABROSNSwss TICNNICOLOD
a daughter. April 29, Mr and Mrs
iAteO t I-f 1 Norl Davis a daughter\: May 1; In MeetThe -AL\t-
Leadership at Tampa
Mr. and Mrs John Leighton: a
I daughter May I, Mr and Mr*.
Robert Crane, May I, Mr of
a son MOTHER'S .' and Mrs Paul Mtspcl, a daughter Diversified Co-opcmtive e -... /anpar ant/allyM..,
May 4. Training program of Martin, County MSlVcharadeGrant
Apnl 28-Admitted, Stephen High School received its most Car + Audrey
ON 1 MAY 10th Koron,ki i, Axel Nilson, Ruth Kyle, outstanding honor since its inauguration Hepburnr" 1 '
last in
Carroll Haire, James Bracking- Saturday Tampa
Gordon Sigafoosc a senior at
Jean Jenkins and Mrs
ton Betty
AT SEYMOUR'S Martin County High School received .IIMMWMI IIrNNaelea'r ;
Cam Lmmeck: and baby boy;

Serving Dinner 1 pau'til 9 discharged, Dora Nelson Haul and preciation"the coveted for loyal"Plaque leadership of Ap as i.. ipr d tfilJn

from p.m. For Mrs herg Charles, Maggie Biehl Christopher and baby girl a member of the board of governors X, {; 1 1 i
for the Co-operative Education
Special MOTHER'S DAY Dinneralso April 29-Admitted, Aaron Clubs of Florida. "Gordon was : ., BOX OIHCi: OPENS: 6iJOMIOWUMK
Mace, Peter Rmgalo Frederick elected to the board two years ago k SMihf laYrptdttn YIII i: 7:" : 7.00:
I Tucker and
Mrs Charles
King from District 8 and has continued ('ON'I1NUOUIf! ROM Iil5SUURIUY
baby boy Anna Mae Grinds, Mrs to serve his fellow members of the ( : ,,9..1flh1fI > tJ and SUNDAY-.
Vincent Kelly and baby girl and
SERVING CHILDREN'S PLATESEYMOUR'S clubs throughout the state during ., ,.
Joyce Overton; discharged, Betty OJ J.u..r _.
this time, said E. B. 1 lor ton, co -

Clyde Jean Jenkins Rover Rudolph Timothy Bcrgh.Thompson ryEllison ordinator. "This is a token of ti".1111, .!ftllhrr{ Wednesday through Saturday
: gratitude never forgotten t her
INN ; ettc"l !
Mary Brown, K A Bailcy Gordon and DCT club ... 4srt
and Ida McKinney The award was made by State Ci a ?+ .
April ?(>-Admitted, Eva Bus- Supervisor! Rex C. Toothman, and p
Orchestra on Saturday tin. Terri nee Blunkcnship, Mrs. State Supervisor Jack P. MtClel- l'O Pt'fJtiUf uratiol1 j IIUbs ,,.. wa d
Nor! Davis Genevieve Luce and Ian during the annual state convention t s
2 Bloeks North of JCIIMMI Benin Bridge on Indian Riser Drive [lien Burrows; discharged, l.ena for the clubs at Tampa ,in .
Dorfman, Raymond .Simmons, Anita May 2Morton. \ a m
Stewart; Mrs, James: Cultuhun who heads the Diversified fttPfWJ: I I IWfh It
and! buby boy John Bell, Carrie Cooperative LJuialion train -
MUVt( ,. rnJ,I M hacl tampbe.lt.' : ing in Martin County said that a yr
FRANCES' IANGfePD'5Special: ) May Admitted I ,Walter Ban- total of :204 student-Icarncri have ..ft' '" .. .... -
''ill, Moscley Collins, Mrs. John been trained through the cooperative .,:. 't :
,. .. .
Leighton and baby girl Mrs Rob education activities duringthe I w w .ww. y r "rr ,' INrt

crt Crane and baby boy, Virginia past t ten ycurs M 1f".J .... .rhy /
GGER.OVfRI Williams, Susanne Wagner, Linda "We feel that this honor is a 1.wM.y.u
Lee Wagner and Arthur Cole; discharged distinct asset to our school: com hs mtwntoinlunfdksingin'of7
/ RESTAURANT Mrs. Charles Tucker and munity, and more especially to our ... .I ; ; .I,r

buby boy, Mrs Vincent Kelly and employers who have been the teach. .. .. .. n'in shot
the for school I syrrlg
baby girl and Irwin Paulson. ers on job our high
May 2-Admitted, Frank Ackermann trainees," he declared good ornrolrhythm

Janet Dawes, Eleanor !
k._ : ... ... '
MOTHER'S DAY DINNERS Flowers, George June and Jane r f-" rtw ''''
Love; discharged, Linda Lee Wag Second Primary
I SU1SD Y, MAY 10 2 BAh lo 8 P.M. ncr, Susanne Wagner, Jeanette I I

Odoin, Arthur Cole, Ellen Bur Run-off Election

POLYNESIAN( PLATTER $2.95 rows, Axel Nilson Terrance Blank. ...., -- ., .. ..----.-........-..........---.-- ..... 7th"f .,
cnship, Eva Lee BuMin and Mrs. ,
Chicken Chow Mem, with fried rice, mushrooms water chestnuts t- I Larry Emmeck and baby boy Tuesday May 261 i ;
: !, bean sprouts bamboo shoots, Chinese noodles and May 3-Admitted. Harold Clark, PLAQUK of appreciation above wan received by Gordon Slgafoose,
I appetizers, Hawaiian Spareribs and Chinese Shrimp, Robert Smith William Gladden There'll be plenty of names to Martin County High School senior: at Tumpu lust l Saturday
Curtis Skinner and Virgie Higgins -
Dessert and beverage. choose from when Martin; -
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; discharged, Eleanor Flowers I to the 26 for Jclcgutc N start
Mrs Robert Crane and baby go polls May at the national convention Voters ; H Llrod, xlgarL : the f
the second and lust '
ROAST VERMONT TURKEY $3.25 boy, Mrs Norl Davis and baby On the national level primary., Marlin will select a elute pledged to Senator I L. Kiefer, Albert Roberts, James i.s.ttilnel N
girl and Eloise Davey. Hurry Goldwatcr, or a non- i Whale, France (', Salmon, Opal Y
Dressing, whipped potatoes, tiny green peas, chef'ssalad Mdy Admitted, Cynthia Zorn, County the voters will choose delegates committed,t slate, They will I also :A. She I ton, Lvelyno Greene, Mar-
to Republican and Democratic
(choice of dressing), dessert and beverage. Bessie Mae Milhgan James Dixon National conventions; two choose two District 6 Congressional : quita M. Maytag, und Cindy: M F
Jackie Smith, Robert Tomlin. I District 6 Congressional delegates, delegates und a national com Doyl\lon. ?, ,
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF $4.50 son, Erne,tine Oliver John Lange, and a national committeeman and miitccmun and commiticewoman. Congressional District 6 dele r .
Mrs. Paul Mispcl and baby girl committeewoman.On Listed on the delegatei-iit-large gates tied to lha Goldwuler slate "
Vegetables Chef's salad, dessert and beverage. Mrs. Eugene Summers, Mary the Democratic side only one slate will be William D Pawley, are J. Herbert Burke and Ruth W, {
Hopkins, Raphael Gray Marie slate of candidates will be selected, Jeicgate-al-lurge, also a member of Thomas.
ALSO SERVING FROM REGULAR MENU Carter and Ruth DeGarmo; discharged md those are pledged to President the delegation, and Tom airfield I Republicans will ehoow. one of
: James Brockington, Mary Lyndon' B. Johnson. Voters will Brown CJ. Harold Alexander Basil two candidates for national committecmun .
Reservations Advisable Ferra. Robert Smith, Aaron Mace, vote the entire slate with one vote M laVergne, Mary Ell l l e n : William (' ((11.11)) Cram ?++ 1 .
Mjseley Collins and Mrs John Their one vote will also approve i Young, Mary L. Harwood, Thcl- er or Albert Roberts,

Telephone Stuart ATlantic 7-4040 Leighton and baby girl. I the two.District 6 Congressional !i.delcgates. i. ma and T. Janet ischer H, Helene Showaltcr.M Morris They will choose one of two 0 Wi,... 11'f.w n.rraA ll w llf l IJ/Id M LOR

64 cent of The delegates Presi. to the convention candidates for Republican nation A MElIN NPfPER QWj G iDmmtJf.alllD rMlFJ
Special Summer Policy LUINCHLONS: .DISCO'S: 'IL\ULD- Approximately per pledged to Going un al commiiteewoniun: Helene M, .,,.. ) a t
the country's work force uses au dent Johnson are : Warren M pledged means the delegation can Morris or Frances C. Salmon nww
SERVING( DINNERS ONLY 6 to 10 pm. tomobiles getting to and from Goodrich, ddegataat-largc, and 'throw Us support to any presidential I. IKIHHHJS i"kw __
Open at 5 for Cocktails Special Menus Prices their jobs, either individually or delegates Farris Bryant. Speuiard candidate ly Voters for candidate on May 26 of may their'vote own on 4 1 ==f +a lU'M'. J

m car pools ________ Holland, George A. Smalhers, Tom On the District 6 Congressional party. '
-- Adams', James W. Kynes, Thomas delegate slate of non-committed
., D Bailey, Doyle E. Conner, Ray ''delegates are hell J. Ackcl and PresleySotllld Track LVs Available at
E. Green, J. Edwin Larsen, War Kane Flu cradle of United
Virginia tngstrom. Pensacolu,
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A. r en M. Goodrich (organization On the slate pledged to vote for Suites Naval Aviation, has been
AM I chairman), Walter O Gibson, Jr., Goldwatcr for president at the under five flags-lhoe of Spain, NEISNER'Sincluding
MB ER Richard A. Pettigrew Robert E.Cnowles. convention: are William: C (Bill, l) France, Britain, U S. and the
', Lawton M. Chiles Jr, Cramer, Jelegute-at-large, and a Confederacy
Robert M. Morgan, James Jimmy --- ---- ----. -- -.-_____ ___u___ ____ __ I "KISSIN COUSINS"Stlllday
lames, Alice ;McMahon: Fae B.
Take Her Out To Dwles, Ann Spear Stoner, Ann
M. Cramer Nylah Bell Mrs. John

DINNER and Still Enjoy That'' P. King M., Feller Juliet\ taR t William Mildred i:- REAL' ESTATE through Wednesday

\, Mr. J. T Rose Jr., Mrs.
Louise! E. Pickle, Mary K. Par There is a moment-a long moment-when

Home Cooked Meal At--- rich, Catherine W. Williford. Cath I everything is risked with the proper stranger.
I erine C. McCall, Mrs. Sydney

. I Wemtraub Democratic, and District Judy Weiswnborn.6 delegates SCHOOL i iI m I I

are Wclcom H. Watson and Ce
cilia C. Doherty I WOOD
Milans Restaurant
J i i Democratic voters will be able
to choose one national committeeman -
from: a field of fourteen, They' NEXT CLASS STARTING II .w

Next to The Bowling Lanes Jensen Beach t are Brodenon: Richard, D. Barker B., A G. (AI I) a
Napoleon Browsed
Joe Carrn! Grover Cleveland, Jim MONDAY MAY 11. liEEH I
Serving Breakfast From 6 a.m. 'til ? Fair. James Jimmy James, John I''
J. L. ore, Bill
DINNER . . . . From 11:30: lamr'til 8:30: p.m. McCoy::1YB. it *llf r. FlliottRooxvtJ : iMUMUIMn :/
Rex Sweat and Leon a
COFFEE SHOP OPEN TIL 10:00: p.m. Whitchunt Jr.Demoxrah For More Information, Call:
will choose one national I
committeewoman: from a 1 awasaalq/e.
field of four Annette Baker Ann HOBE SOUND 546-5295 1' .,.
Clean, Pleasant Atmosphere Excellent Food M. Cramer, Nancy W Evan, and : BfEMMSPalsy
't Catherine C McCall. :1 ..:.rwm.IERfW i (! a::.Jai REt.u t iwLtta jaWwaaaa-a l
.Excellent Service Reasonably Priced Republican will choose: one of I. ,
w two slate to represent their party

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II Nh ,' ., HOSTS TO several former members of American Legion SquarePost

h .uf;;J, ol C hicago ut their semi.anmml get-together last Saturday
l':rd j night at Port St I.ucic were Mr and Mrs Harold Heritage of
TILE RF.nNl': DEA'I: II of Nancy Lady" Astor, in England stirred <;J Jensen Beach Nearly IK( ) former Square Post members have retired -
memories of her visit to the old Smart News office on Feb. 994fi known
to Heritage I is widely in the Indian River area
\ / Bill Mitchell, now retired, then ndvertis ng manager, brought \i b tor hiM Santa Claus roles each Christmas.
around this photo showing I lady Astor Mary Hartman and Mitch
ell Ernie Lyons recalls: "When they told me I ally Astor wan downstairs Se.ac -"--- --- ----
and wanted to see me | thought they were kidilmg, She ---

advised Stuart to clean up your vacant lots" .... <:I f't, ) Soil Stewardship Week Is

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cl .. .. / A I /11" I Being Observed in County

Salerno IndiantownWin '_ -

I ,, I .t\\ I (,ovcrnor Turns Bpant has pro. ,| tion District supervisors, are sponsoring
Basketball OpenersThe "W" claimed May 1-10 Soil Stewardship. I I this event for the tenth consecutive -
I RFCINT: ADDITION at Martin County Senior High Is this coral ,
: Week Florida remind all
1 ..: I in to pco )car
snake held instructor
hy science
sharp-shooting of Stuart'h I Davis, playing for the Indian- SAn: BUT PI(10Us-Gcorao Yurboro. science instructor I pic of their obligations to God as : Robert M Morris of Tampa,

Sailfish led by Coach Danny Kilhourne town Cowboys, hit shots from all nt Martin County Senior High, knows this newly-arrived indigo -- other stewards related of our resource soil and, water and president of the FACD, said, "Soil

21, and Franz Uhl, 19 angles to score 33 points, while snake is safe but Ih(it ,doesn mean he has to like it. I Special Zoning Discussed Again Dean S. Smiley chairman of the Stewardship. Week l il celebrated in
Florida and the nation remind
was, not enough at !the Salerno Net Mall did! iVnvsamc for the Jensen 'U I, Marl Soil Conservation District to
lets dominated both boards and I (Ik'ach! High lu niters and swished' : Americans of their responsibilityto
canto out on the long end of a 69 through 35 points. Doth were also I I God and to !society to conserve

in 62 the score Summer to win Basketball Sundays. League opener, both teams played! top good rcbotimjcrs detente, The and Local Dairies Seek Barn Still LockedOn I Aw 'and
the local scheduled -
at the old MCHS gym final score was Cowboys 62 {Highlanders I Among events
Salerno's three bill men. Coach SOKenny ( for Soil I Stewardship Week
Billy Mathers, Ricky Scammell Lofback helped Jensen 'Princess'of YearJudson Arabian SteedsThe are use of program blanks and
and Terry Rogers, pulled m nearly considerably with his constant rebounding inserts by twenty-three churchesm
every rebound and either converted hut in the end Indian. Martin County
them into direct scores or town's fast breaks took Jensen for
I Martin had rather have lim-
County Planningand area a more
fast breaks, several consecutive: baskets to Mneart Pcnnwood Flor da promotion to find a new I i Rodents are a hardy offshoot
put Inc. and! Princess Toning Commission is Mill ited classification: such as Estate of an early form of primate from
The scrappy Stuart team was in them out front.Qcmmark'a Firm, Turnpike Dairy Dairy keeping the "barn door locked"on
the game until the very last minutes Inc', operated by L J. Legg and i Whoever is chosen will be crowned Arabian horses in the H o b e I t. The area is now zoned I Interim which believe.man developed, a zoologist -
when Salerno put on a final flog on June :20: at Orlando at the Sound area Agriculture allows all kinds
scoring burst to extend! their lead! adopted of agriculture Estate I limits the
The commission the worldwide
after Despite
7 in A.D. 1218, is the oldest in annual meeting of the American zoning : population
to points a.a the world It consists I of a large dr"t Dairy Association of Florida a second meeting and discussionon use and eliminates commercial use. explosion, the United States
an Arabian horse farm in the birth rate has dropped to its lowest
Two former MCHS tcamnuics, white cross on a red field I Any young woman with a dairy Deuschle told the commission
David Davis and Skip Hall, put t farm background, sixteen to tweni Hohe Sound area, failed to reachan he had studied E.I! zoning and although i I point since 1846 J .
on an exhibition of fast, fancy. Fallen snow varies h'n liquid i ty five years of age, can obtain i details agreement on a zoning classi- his client doe > not plan
and density, with an avenge of ten I : of the Princess i contest from; f ci: lion that would permit ,I h eraiina commercial use of the properly as William J. Blake
but this
accurate shooting said, "This observance, with
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inches equivalent to an inch of and once m-awhile sale of year
the Dairy Council of South FlorIda such, he will want to sell an occasional -
time instead of
as. opponents( teammates rainfall. : 2I75SW. First Street t Miami, an Arabian horse on a proposed horse,, With E-I I zoning I the theme 'To Each Among DDS, announces
$I 00.000( ( ( ) farm in the area. A Shure'underscores the re US-I
-- 1 As a representative of the FlorIda this would consitute a technical the opening of his office
: sihil which each cili/cn
I, dairy industry she will travelto The commission will give it a violation of zoning and would leave ly for the practice ofORTHODONTICS
the of soil
.. -' agriculture meetings/ and state third try at a meeting scheduled his client open for legal action, i meeting "responsibilities I
ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOtTLERS'$1 I fairs, receive a free trip for two for 7:30: 1'.01. on May 2S Deuschle said stewardship I _
Making the The M la Nassau and an all-expense trip request to develop Once again Deuschle Itre'owJ'his I I
District and FTondaV cutler 1 109"> DELAWARE .
and operate the farm when the fifty AVENUE
to Chieago in June, 1963, to participate client would enter into a written -
8$0 0:00' in the national commission. met April 16 was Attorney i eight districts: in sixty-two FORT PIERCE. FLORIDA
agreement prohibiting t h eu..e
Distributors and dairy Bryan Deuschle of Tort but that Mangun wants the I ties through the Florida coun-I Telephone 464 5070
I of Soil and Water
will proclaim "June Is tonle'I'j I lauderdile for his client Pierce SI permission and sanction of the 1--al on ___ u. __ _ ___.
Corporation, whose sole owner I is
Month with truck '
MHO HIIL I BF sicccssor\ to county to operate a commercial
tiers and tie-in allverli wealthy Pierce Mangurian of Fort : horse farm
Joan Florida
Dairy i
SHOPPING SPREE Princess? markets will decorate their dairy Zoning Chairman Joseph Green WHITICARBOAT
cases, restaurants will have table At that time Deuschle told' the
I Ices pointed out that to zone the
T. Berman, both dairies being in tents and counter cards I leaflets I Mangurian area Agriculture. with i t
I .....Entry" blank In every rorfonP' ps//& Patio'/ Diet bola... the Palm C'ity area, are to-Operal'j I will arrive with your daily milk plans He said to raise a horse only would Arabian be horses sold restrictions. would start even a trend WORKS
f ___ __ ing In the Dairy Council supply, toward West Lake Off Indian Avenue Port
__ ___ __ ._ __ I from time to I time "in a selective Agriculture in the entire Sewall
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I way" but the estate would be more I area, and that future property owners i MARINE RAILWAY a FISHING TRIPS
of a relaxing hideaway for Man in the area could jll..urillhlyak CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
for Agriculture zoning o n
gurian the basis of the trend NO. 1 M4RINE ENGINF
starts tomorrow! pick your with Ha plans presented showing the a main commission house" ; Carl dcis, representing the Rural Route No, I 1. Stuart, Florida Dial ATlantlc 7-2466

\ deal! come and get 'em! large barn with stables; garages North Hohe Sound A"ocilllim. I BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS a STORAGE
SPECIAL FOR COMPACTS and quarters; a small: barn. and a did not approve Agriculti! .2 zoning Agent for AI Pflueger, Inc., TaxidermistGOLF
i special pricesno money 600( -fool long o-rool I ) wide Caned '
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r:: down-compact to big-car sizes! SAVE. the Grant Chamberlain'::: Flow then suggested an amendment to
: '.00113 Silt $48 er Farm, between Slate Road AlA the zoning regulations to allow II,
Nylon All.Weather and the Intracoashl Waterway for a breeding stable and I to add'',
Tubeless Tires pus tti and 4 ale tine For a second time the commission to the definitions in the reining ;

Whitewalls I2.BO more each on the and zoning Deuschle classification could not. agree Deu breeding regulilions farm-the or definitions stable of a I'' New Martin County Golf & Country Club

schle prefers an Agriculture;.2 classification Diuschle agreed to consult wilh Sr. LU IE BOULEVARD Turn right Just before trotting
GOODYEAR with written restrictionson looker on the matter and endeavor New Bridge to Beach
commercial use The zoning to reach an agreement to besubmitted
commission and residents of the at the May I 2c meeting NEW SUMMER RATES =
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:: SPECIAL FOR OLDER Foun FOR CARS Yankees LeadWith Slow Pokeshomered 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50FIFCIRIC


1. tt Size 3 6 Friday! games rained out for the losers with no G1R'I'Sis
Nylon All Weather 42 two games were played in the one aboard Lloyd! Ellison was the Holes f'
PRE-SUMMER 1 Slow Pitch Softhall $5.00
league 0 n
losing pitcher
Tube-type tires plus tu and 4 old urn Monday 9 Holes __ .
In the second game Ace Dodgers -
WhitAwalls 92.OO inor each In the opener, Henry Crane heat Skyline Angels, 10-9, behind Sloo.oo/f>
INVENTORY pitched the OA Yankees to their the pitching of Mister Mac" MEMBERSHIP: '
second straight win, a 16-11 l affair McKuhn. Howard Ha d was on MFMBFRSIIIP: INITIATION FEE i'U

with! _Jaycee_-'Indians- _Ron' Vilardi h' the mound for the losers SINGLE MEMBERSHIP __ ..... 80.00 ] a

R'SPCIAL' t DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP .. .. ..... 100.00 -- ...



FOUR FOR Martin County Junior Baseball BEN HARTIG PHONE

7,50x14 Size $44 Two one-hit pitchers lost 'm-e I
GOODYEAR TIRES Nylon All Weather 42lubtlesi :I Iin Martin County Junior Baseball
bras plus tu end 4 aka tim league during the past week as CASA
t: WITH' TUFSYN_ Whitowalls $2.00 more each ,' four games were played and two

UP TO 12 Wednesday. despite only one
hit by each team, Cmians beat

:: MONTHS TO PAY! I Hohe Arnold Sound were,the 9-0 winnmit. Walton battery and; I IN USED BOATS & MOTORS I I"I

EASY Barkhcimer, Tally and Tilton los
,. Ilnl&. Ponder had the only hit for
i FOR Authorized
SPECIAL in I h e second! inning.
I A full set of 'tires can be yours for M little a FOUR FOR I I Finch's lone hit for Hohe Sound ., CHRIS-CRAFT t'td:
$1.:S weekly SAVE.. came in the first 4
100 X ,14 Sire I The second game Wednesdaywas ? 'SEA SKIFF'DEALER i.
Ni' Urn t ..i _'''''fto I 1111I It M n tei/N* I IIIIIlt M to ...-ft* Unit Tubeless tins *- piue tw and 4 eta tires I lof Elks getting the only blow, in
M to iirno I/for UK .
enure I 11' of lilt "'.4. 1
I hi Ml wortnumh.ate SOOlrUH. p in* mttrUli UTQ, lid>:carWanM'w'wlaa: :: : :::,lmt(it*!*raV i Whitewalls 92.BO nor aohGOODYEAR I i Kiwams fifth, inning 5 3. Cooper as his and team Gass beat, M3> -WIAALCR

a"soaintii'risi ruin users THIS IIUMNTII *mr SUM. to,000 toodywr 5 .in tilt Unttd Cmd= will_ [ hitter for Elks Wilks and Tim-
IMM ilwwm'' ': i tin bin* M IflelOll|hunt*t,11I i mx_ I '
:IIr.I: | lostFriday's SERVICE
Ina act currant '. merman All
ray games were rained out ..
I I On Monday Lions beat Civi- GRUMMAN MARINA I
| tans, 8.ft. behind Thomas. Kil.I -
I bourne ((4)) and Frost Walton,
( SERVICE STORE Rhodav ((3)) and Arnolds took the 440 ROUTE 707 RIO-JENSEN BEACH
loss. The game was called after .

J57 QSCEOLA AT 7.4242 .. AT 7.4243 STUARTi I 3Vi In innings Wednesdays because second of time y

i Elks beat Port Salem, o.r.me


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Engineers Tally HIE snRr (iiori. I \r\\s lfay 7, 19(14( 7 1 i
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Heavy Equipment I Federal Agencies Called in to Aid Whisky Smuggling E\f>LoseBime Browarcf
All heavy construction equip-
ment In Florida l Is being listed by

the .Engineer Corps at Jacksonville I I Crime in Background of Stolen Load I

"We are asking the cooperationof ,

all private and public agencies I A sordid story of big-time crime I lion led to the arrest of five .,._, 'f't't
in helping us make this equipment I in South Florida has been revealed I ami men and is expected to Mi-I
survey" aid Colonel H. A. Parf itt. I by Beverage Director Richard light/ on various other crimes in
47 E OCEAN BLVD AT 7.1737
district engineer "In the event of 8. Keeling Tallahassee. all Florida
OPEN !MON:" 1IIRL S\f 7i30 \M: TIL 9 M.
a natural disaster or nuclear re-I 18 P
attack volvlng around a Arrested on April on charges
OPEN SUN!>.\\' 8 \.M-12 30PM. OPM-9PM.:
we would need to know the of stolen Scotch whisky brou of grand larceny and various other :
location of equipment which is I to the rear of Martin County j jail violations were Louis Nash, forty s !Most C Complete Drug Store in Martin Co.l .
available from every source I In for sdfekeepinj.A six; Joseph Patrick Campcrleriw, a
order that Florid i could make a special undercover investigator thirty-eight: tdmimd PetrtlnT.
quick recovery:' He emphasizedthat for the Suite Beverage Depart-I thirty-five: John Michael! Shea
the data asked from private mint has been placed under heavy thirl).four, and Robert Fanning, ze .MOMJ .
contractor will be kept confidential armed guard following murder twenty-six.
and will be available only for threats from a gang of hoodlums, I Keating said the Investigation I t i ir
use In case o:" in emery:ncy. Director Keating said. intensified about thirty day ago
-- -- The undercover man, Grafton when W. V. (Bill) Eddy. Beverage I, ON HER DAY SUN. MAY lOfh
Redwood trees nm secrete an Gray, thirty-four. of West Palm Department investigator turned I,
unknown poison to kill insects upon Beach, was marked for death for I I sup inside information on the illicit
which many of the native birds his part in assisting in uncovering I operation. A* the investigation I with TOILETRIES
feed. In many' of the redwood forests the theft of a scim-truck trailer gained momentum, tome twenty .
bird life i is almost unknown. and !some $70.000( worth Of whisky) beverage agent front various part*
being transported from a ship lof the state were Imported to Miami ;
Chile is increasing us sugir docked in Miami to a liquor din- to poe a* Illicit dealer. conduct COSMETICS-CANDY
beet acreage 25 per cent this year tnhiitors warehouse. I survcilance and carry out
in the hope of becoming self sufficient A series of complicated events I other phases of the investigation
in sugar during the month's long invcstijn!! i The cautiom operator. con I
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stan'lv wary of outsiders refused ,I
: to do business with the agent t ti
Gray wa sent In prepared to I
BULOVA i purchase 100 case of the liquor P
which the gang claimed I hey
could I produce Such a
small purchase. failed to meet ts
graduation traditions with approval of the operatorswho *w
insisted on moving a semi. "
$ s Rt4 truck loaded with 1 1,000( cases or I .
PIMM()( ( bottle of Scotch whisky
which was due to arrive shortly TWEED MIST REVLON IntimateCOLOGNE
from Glasgow. Scotland .sr (t KKK1 +ar.
} : With the purchase price finally TOILET WATER
agreed on, Gray was ordered
to deliver $10000)( cash to one of s sf. iwo (r' WITH nu 4 ounce! bottle, ideal gift
the men. Lack of available moneyto 4 ,ae Is PLASTIC! ORCHID for Mother Day. -
make this purchase forced the
beverage agents to resort to subterfuge
to preserve their case. 200' 400
Agents obtained more than I
tl.(000( ( --nearly all one dollar bill 1 si
--place one large bill on the side ,
of each bundle-f nished the CHARBERT
package with 5311() marker and
tightened them with rubber bands $1G $..blIornl
IMHNt. Unusual desIgn In rsae to casual examination
and .spa Lion bind Px 9
17 Jnrt, ahxtaealsbnt Gray delivered the bundles of ,
unbr.IIblt "nulmprlni 'In .;'' cash to members of the gang in b Aio
Allow! M whit.. $4J.09 /'I M ami-exchanged them for the EAU de TOILETTE
Him Riiud tidied e'r truck load of whisky and beat a
maim and mach alt % .. ,. hasty retreat before the deception \. 2.00 YALUIM1
Stir tali M iti nlest deal i icm could be discovered "
i+namanthH/ : +# The liquor wa taken by 1 the I .A1K1'k
strip Witirprott sod -i rr [ ,j. ;;., \ ..L
.s.lfowtndon|. }4MS I agent to Stuart and placed in maximum :,... 77c
in of the
security custody
Beverage Department and Martin NfW: SlL'DFNf COUNCIL OH l<'HS at Martin County Senior High ure left to right ie lcd: I..'
/that slobs County Sheriff Roy Baker Shirley Irons, secretary and I I"dd, H,ill, treasurer standing' Jail Icyda vice: president and Mike Never by Browird btfciit at offered tits
'www c.w.ms'. Within two and one-half hours Crook president They will nerve during the I9IS4-h< school year. low price. R nutlfully
and drawn wa Mutt of the transaction, five of 1 the -- Mxad curt rryMal hot.
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thug appeared at Grays home. ---- tit for Mother's Day.
MAlI YOUR WFtSME Of .UVt X MWNfMT On learning the undercover operator During one conversation, Mis | agents, of another loud ol whisky on request ,
PART or Tat r>:uic(...I..'C.II[YOUR PERSON
was not home one of the Gray was told that if her husband The director reported durliij g I I .
men informed Mr* Gray that her ,
\ oh Iliroughout the
Ins uperaton
WATCH lu.STUART husband was "hound to get killed was not located noon, tha gung the investigation agents
i was coming for either her or the I II l I tinned formation that one stem.1| agents' faced thf'complicated; lINk!
.. JEWELERS53 During the following two day. couple two children: Keating acid her of the illicit crew hud posses'' at maintaining( .ellal1c""ori"'eir
-- the men nude eight calls at Gray the family has been under constant I sion of $7'KM)() worth of stile I I undercover men and their quarry.
MS: OCEAN BLVD, AT 7-3503 SIUART residence and were overheard by I guard by Palm Beach County SherIff -i government bonds and 6(() nm I The mammoth tank led to t the
d officer concealed there threatening Martin M KcllenhergiM Intelligence television cls as well as oihci'I employment of various electronic
Gray life. Unit_and_Slate t Beverage_ stolen articles and assured delivery devices, tape recording and, phnlographi I
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;r which ,kcnllng", said will
old.officer In preparing for prose I
cut ion,
rt Throughout the assignment| undercover -
-. \ j men were never left alone I
PrinctMafchabtfll Whitman'sSAMPLER
'' '. with the operator Keeling. who
1 I-: {" personally supervised! t the final SPRAY COLOGNE
F stn .' \. IlY phase of the Investigation, said
>c his men were always under *ur. Wlndiong. StntfviH t.argeuwrtmentofdaandIIelnved. !
," ";, 'h I veilance by fellow agent to pro i Mdouf chocolate :J
f' .9't .. vista'! corroborating I IcMimony t i< .
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: ,"; $ I well, a* offer needed prolcctlfw; 00 400 :
t ," s. The need for extreme caution 2
I wan explained hy the director who W
tI noted that several of the men under lb. Mb. ..
investigation! have been charged ..
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loA TIIE STUART (Tto.) NEWS. .. _.___ Local Robert King of King Sign, Fort all sign with unusual structural sign ordinance and said he wouldbe
u. Sign Men Pierce that paragraph 4 (h) of the features," in a position to advise the commission
proposed ordinance inflicted! unnecessary The sign men contended that of the board's reaction at
Protest RulingLicensed hardship on them. The they had never heard of engineers the next: regular meeting of the
paragraph referred to states: being needed before and declaredthat commission on Monday D III h t t.
"The following signs shall be their signs were built to con May 11.
sign contractors seeking designed by an engineer who shall form to tho Southern Building
changes in the proposed; city submit sufficient data to enable the Code and specifications pertaining A gas: heated oven as tall as a
sign ordinance! will submit objections I I building official t (o determine to hurricanes, stress and wind! ten-story building is being built in
and! suggested changes i n :I I whether the sign comrliC\ with i I pressure England to test prototypes of sup.ersonic
writing to City Manager Joe Crow- the City Codes: (I) signs i ; Crowder will take up the objections planes.In .
I der before Kfonday! May 11. I I ((2)). projecting signs over twenty- and suggestions with members -
This decision, reached! Monday ;I four square feet in area; (1)( ) bill. I of I the Planning Advisory! 1960 more than I ISO years
by the City Commission, followed I! boards pole or ground signs over Board. which composed! and recommended after its independence. Haiti to-
I statements by sign men, led!. by..'I forty square feet in area, and! ((4)) the adoption! of the-Sal trade-was-$70,000.000- (- -) ) a year.



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to spark up your wardrobe
Assorted solid colors. and
prints. Sizes 32 to 40.
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NO, A TRACTOR did not come out of the sea and make this in Spain, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Blackwelder of Rocky
.. "X" In the land. It I It a photograph of the trail of .a giant logger. Point last summer Miss Larson! is a friend! of Lillian Blackwelder. ) l \ Day!
I ,head turtle which crawled out to lay its egg and then returnedto a daughter of the Rocky Point couple, who also taught school for
the tea. The photo was taken by Miss Jean Larson a teacher four years in Europe. Their pupils were children of Army personnel
---- PANTIESComfort
Ladies' Nylonized ,

Comment 'Black Bass Stamp lets square.into Beat chunks an egg.about Dip two the inches fillets cut panda briefs In white ,"-- "-, 4 Cup Polished Aluminum Hot Pot ;

on ; into beaten egg and! then e h Ideal for making Instant coffee "do s:;'
I into cracker crumbs. Fry a golden and assorted pastel colors. Sizes t .
rt.,1 or tea; heating canned foods or :X;; /.
brown in fresh lard \
or vegetable
x baby bottle Insulated base and 1
Jumbo Sea Trout Time Returns'' oil. Put half a pat of butter on 567. -. handle YJ
each chunk and have some tartar ; easy pouring; spout. ( ,
sauce on the side. E t-'
This method of cooking works 4 ,
NtfMtit, ONI OUT&OOI srotf|1;'| ago I used to be a professional equally well with flounder or co- I .
'j trout fisherman, and ten to twen bia which like the sea trout have 1 "
ty Jumbos on a morning was the white-mealed non-oily flesh, PAIRS }
1 usual score. Many a time I have .. _H'" 1Cii&iLgo6
held a plug at boutsidc! teased a
big one Into hitting once twice- MEMORIAL: PLANtiNGS .,' .)
II then snugged it on the third try. CAN HONOR ANYONEMrs. r'jtr LADIES' SEAMLESSNYLON
But, as 1 say, it takes nerves and J
I John W. Hussey Po r tSewall. _
I practice and the fellow who goes 9
after trout )just once in a while president of the Garden a'I HOSE
Isn't up to it Club of Stuart dropped by to remind < 1 py t
f L % .,' Who is the most successful us that! Lane," the: 'a' U
trout fisherman The consisienl Garden Club project for the beautification < Pucfcag contain: 6 perfectly matched

I I trout fisherman He' out there of State Road 76, will I 5.t stockings permitting one-al-a-lime replacement !
morning. He knows at just
not be confined to
honoring passed
what stage of the tide they are J"ftl for greater economy.
I feeding and just what t flats or on members of the Garden Club
sloughs they are haunting. He Any person, she said!, may contribute
knows what color of what particular toward a memorial tree '''i E6becl
lure they are favoring. I would shrub or special planting as a 3 PAIRSLadies'
1a say that he hu a ten-to-one edge "memory gift" for members of
over the casual fisherman. their family. Contributions ear r
here is nothing more beautifulin marked for "Memory Lane" and WASTEBASKET
the salt water fishing scene than noting who is to be honored may
just landed rainhow-hued black. be sent to the Garden Club of
spotted, white i bellied, yellow. Stuart, "c/o Mrs. H. W. Ncail,
OSIAGE mouthed jumbo sea trout. treasurer! Route 1, Box 482, Stuart .
$ The big trout are much better I 0 0
w ,k, w..E. eating than the small ones which
'TIIFSE.TWO': DESIGNS, showing a fisherman buttling a black lend to be mushy, The cost of converting ocean
bass have been submitted by Artist Robert Hegcman of Chicago Here I is how I fix a jumbo trout. water to fresh will soon be reduced
Scale and fillets from the to 60 less thousand
cut two cents or per
.the postmaster! general for a proposed stamp honoring America' r s
sides. Do not skin Cut the fil gallons.
nearly 60,000,000 .fishermen.By .


I The poultry farmers had a stamp, so why shouldn't the fishermen? (Nov. 1. April 30))

That seems to be the view of the American Fishing Tackle Manufacturers SAILFISH: (Women' length divl.ion-Mn.) Gene T. HALF SILEX APPLIANCE SALE !
Association which I Is urging Postmaster General A. Gronou- Whisker Melbourne Beach "Spray H," Captain

ski to approve a five cent postage stamp publicizing sport fishing. Ray Young ................................?........?........?...... 8 ft Proctor-Silex
Well, why not? The Audubon Society recently had an issue feutur- SLIPS
SAILFISH: (IMen'l length division) Dr. Robert L
ing the blue jay. The civil righters
Berger Shurtlcsville, Pa., "Cartune" Captain Louie
were successful in getting a broken Full heat control
chain design in black und blue, biggest sea trout in Florida come Lunn .. .... ........ .. .. ...... .................................. 8 ft. 1 in. \ fit with fine range AutoN
into the St. Lucie and Indian Designed for smooth all fabrics: Including
featuring the Emancipation Proclamation. Rivers. AMBERJACK: Joe Cress Stuart, "Doodles" Captain a detailed Btjling. Choice of white Light weight reduces

Anyhow the, w 0 "owe"collec a That twelve-pound, ten-ouncer Frank Csongedi! .... ... .. ....... ......_ ...... ..... 62 Ib. y tp and assorted' colon. Sites small,
"fish stamp' to
topical cauuht cli Tiny f Hopkins' off the ARCTIC BONITO: Arthur L. Rivers, Charleston, S. C, '' medium and large t Compare
tors.Maybe didn't know about St. (Ten Cents) Bridge I last "Gannett II," Captain A. A. Whiticar .................. 19 lb. 8 oz. at $1.49.

topical collectors.you About 2,000-) week on a live mullet is a jumbo Beach, "Hobo" Captain Jack Whiticar .............. 13 Ib., 6 oz.
example of a jumbo spotted sea .I
000 of America' estimated 20-
BLACKFIN TUNA Barbara S. Viehman Melbourne .
000,000) ) stump collectors go In for trout. Trout this size, but not much : ,
"topicals." With some it may be larger/ are caught in the Banana BARRACUDA: R. S. McGuhee, Eau Gallic "Skipper --

the collection of stumps that have River up around Cocoa in the H," Captain L. Buck ............................................ 25 lb.
railroad trains on them. Others Fort Indian at New Smyrna, Sebastian, BLACK BASS; .Carl J. Gcyer, Columbus, Ohio ........ 9 lb.

go in.for or flowers you name, war it.scene The ,field airplanes Port Pierce Scwall and and Jensen on,the St. upper Lucieat BLUEFISH: Monroe .R. Schucht. Lewiston Pa. ........ 4 lb. 6 oz. Silex Auto. Toaster

Is limitless North Fork and! at Lake Worth BONITO: Bruce Sullivan Kissimmee "Murybob 111," l

There are already hundreds of near Riviera Beach. Captain Bob Scrimsher ...........................?.........._.. 18 lb. 3 oz. f- OR tm'
thousands of "topical fish" collectors 'I Oddly enough the big ones are CHANNEL BASS: E. R. Loroff. Freemont!, Ohio ...... 21 Ib. 8 oz. Steam 'n' Dry Iron
not to be confused with I not caught from West Palm Beach "
"tropical fish" collectors. I southward and! a five or sis-pound COBIA: AI Woodington, Orlando, "Cartune Captain ..
They specialize in collecting er is a big trout in the Blackwater Louie Lunn ... ... .... ............."........................... 34 lb. 8 oz. Ladies' Genuine JANTZEN ...
some 2,00 stamp !issues featuring Sound area in the Keys, or all the DOLPHIN: Earl Burbank Omaha Neb., "Spray II," ONE LB. PACKAGE

fish-but no United States fish. way up the Gulf Coast even in- Capt. Ray Young .. ... ...... .................................... 25 lb. COOKIES
C My, w. are behind the times. eluding the Alabama, Mississippi
a Portuguese colonyin Louisiana and Texas shorelines GROUPER: Genevieve Schneider Port Salerno "Big SWIM
Mozambique Africa, where; hardly anyone So this is select territory for the Day," Catpain Locke ........."".........'...................... 55 lb. --e.
ever writes I letter Issued a ser genuine jumbos a term which includes JACK CREVALLE: C E. Schaeffler, South Hampton Chocolate
ies of fifteen topical tropical fish anything from eight pounds N.Y.. "Fran 1.,": Captain Pete Robertson :........... 31 lb. CAPS Chip or Cocoanut
in 1951. The Maldive Islands 4F'amoouis
in a set I up. KING MACKEREL:: O. S. Wood Ann Arbor, Mich.,

in the Indian and Ocean, Somali The big boys (or rather, ladies "Fran E," Captain Dave Strain ............................ 39 lb. 8 oz. Swim ''s ,v"
Malaya Madagascar JANTZEN I
Coast since all the big ones>> are usually quality Duchess Country Fresh Cookies
got into the act. Communist Hun. I full of roe) prefer early morning LADYHSH: Mrs. Eloise! Maybury Mount Airy N.C 3 lb. 1 oz. Caps In an assortment of designs j are always
gary'and Jugoslavia slolo a marchon for their feeding. They will hat MANGROVE SNAPPER: Steve J. Stephens Ocean and pastel. colon. crisp: fresh and mouth-walcrhigly! delicious.

us,with fish stamps. Ever hear I well, usually, on a topwater spurt Breeze Park .... ..... ... .........................,.................. 6 lb. 14 oz.POMPANO And
of Ifni. Well, Ifni has one picturing you get so much for the !
ing banana ,, mirror-fin money
a leopard shark. Singapore has ished plug reflecting lures plug or properly : Harry Miller Jensen Beach ....."........ 6 lb. 6 oz.
two fish stamps and Israel, Central manipulated Saragonsa! Spooks. RED SNAPPER: John C Stetser Wildwood N. J., "Big

American countries and Czechoslovakia I Proper manipulation ii nine-tenths Day," Captain Locke ..................?........"............ 26 lb. 8 oz.
all have oodles of fish of catching big trout and nerves of SEA TROUT: George Hopkins Stuart ........."............. 12 lb. 10 oz.

stamps.The famed cod of Newfoundland the steel trout don't hurt any somewhat especially nearsighted since: SHEEPS1IEAD: Hugh E. Sheppard, Stuart .."............ 9 lb. 13 oz.

has been glorified on a stamp. I and appears has been known to ,, SNOOK: Amanda Kindig Osceola, Indo .................... 31 lb. 8 oz.
Panama playa up the tuna andDenm..k strike and miss. On such : SPANISH MACKEREL:: Deryl R. Fidler Orlando

the herring. don't! jerk the lure away occa.lons'l I "Cartune," Captain Louie Lunn .............,......... 7 lb. 8 oz. CompareI'
now the noble black bassLs ; I'm The
And is Americas contribution telling you. I SPECKLED PERCH: Ronnie Kautz, Paholee ............ 2 lb.
proposed ; trout I almost caught boiled at the 49c
to fish 11 amp collecting. i plug right at boatsKJe, slapping its WAHOO: Paul A. Walker Hobo Sound ................... 85 lb. at
houfJn' .tIM taxpayers be honor- big tail out of water as it struck- WHITE MARLIN: Keith C. Fessler: Orlando, "Car-

ejwith; :: ".Jrtamp showing! the and missed. What did I do? I tune," Captain ,Louio Lunn .....................".......... 56 lb.
sucker jerked that rig out of the
With the arrival of May and with instant reflex motion. water TRiPLETAIL Albert F. Willeke Jensen, Beach .........? 19 Ib. 4 o.z.. Compare at $125

(ho impendinj ot Jute.-some' of the .. Oh, sure, I knew better. Years TARPON: Samuel A\ch, Port Salerno __."__?_ 25 lb. I%. oz
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Legion Elects Players Are .\ Dennis. Julian Gardner\' II..IIoOI1... Steve Robin Mc Mayor Salutes Hospital in Thursday May 7, 1964 I-B

For Youth BaseballPlayers Ann Lloyd. Anita Mat-
Gerald ChamnessOn in the Youth Donna Wall. Debbie Shires: Hospital Week Recognition I Hulk's A BATCH

SNYDER, Correspondent Phone 597-2465 Association this yeas will be: grade, Rodney Besaw, Ran- A station wagon, a Jeep and

,...-.--....rstwsasrus. tr '. Saturday evening April 25, Hales Dairy. Dennis Wright, Debra Cox, Sandra PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS cific way to the care ot patients; three generators will be sold as
-- the American Indiantown Wayne Martin Glenn .! ; seventh grade Beth BE IT RESOLVED thaI I hi'i "junk" at the Civil Defense! office,
Legion I tt. Juanita Sheets Kay h How- hospital maintain community, in recognition\ of National 448 Street, at I on
Minucl Filler p.m.
sk And Ye Shall Receive Memorial Post 312, held electionof Ralph Njgard health services for every person
Richcy Snipes: Roui; or: ;: Debra Hancock, Evelyn care round- Hospital V eck. May 10-16( Thursday, May 21.
t. of freer* for 1964-65. Carl Holbrook. Gen. Milieu, Lillie Mae Williams, Lin- in communities on a salutes Martin Memorial Hospital _
Ye Can Wait 3 Years Officers elected were: Gerald ry Miller, Ladale simley. Smiley, and eighth grade, Paul the-clock basis; and for its contributions to the public Fifty square miles in West t rex-
I! Chamness, commander: Robert Mo s, Rickey Moss md Barbara White, Wayne Mos- WHEREAS hospitals work with welfare, for high \llIn"ar.0! f including Guadalupe Peak and
I Drake. Ronnie McAllister. and Steven other health agencies in safeguarding care, for educational and research LI 1 Capitan Peak have been proposed
WIn 1961, while Mr. and Mrs. volved some major changes for Hat Thomas, first vice command Chief nes. the health of our citiJ.cnand; programs that each )ear ruse these as a national park
John Monroe were looking over the Monroes. er; Kenneth Boring second vice Big Chamncs-s:, Raiv __ WHEREAS hospitals serve as standards to a higher level _
life in commander Jordan, finance Sam Mike education institutions for ninnytypes RAY M COOkT
Indiantown, they stopped the ; George Johnson
He is presently! living at Paul Bicscckcr, Steun : \ L.
a| the Indiantown Telephone System officer Rev. R. W. Wool- of hospital personnel and Mayor City of Stuart
Inn but they Jeff Thomas, Karl Snvdcr,
Seminole as soon as conduct educational for
to investigate the new building Freedom Speaker programs
\\ine. chaplain: Jimmy Myers, ser Noland, Jern Williams,
their affairs in my and
and equipment.The can straighten out various groups of our cm/ens, SPANISH CI.AVS
Beach the Monroes will arnts, and Thomas Smith, ben Miller, Jimnu Hcvtitt, U Johnson was the WHEREAS hospitals are engaged ,
telephone business had a Delray historian and Cecil ENDS FOR II KM:
Nickle linker .
strong fascination for Monroe, ash be looking for a home in Indian- speaker at their loyalty in research! for the prevention I i.
The adult education class i
The service officer and udju- Kiwanis: Tony NUMIislcr, > program held Saturday. May and cure of illness/; and i n
:' was with the Northwestern Bell town. tant will be appointed by the new Wilkes, Steve Douglas' at the new post home on Hale WHEREAS each member of the Spanish under the direction ot Dr
'Telephone, Company as a toll servo They have mentioned they would ly-elected commander at a later Noland\ David Holt;: Steven\ I,t Road hospital staff contributes in a spe- Margaret Alvarez, is I unshed for
ice supervisor, for thirty-one years this term. Many of the studentsare !
love to be able to rent a house-! date. Bruce Lloyd Robbie The Girl Scouts of Indiantown,
iI lie inquired at the time about James Bell. Steven lurrctt, T looking forward to resuming
boat the Indiantown Marina and of Mrs
at the direction Roy
the possibility of work in Indian- Gleason, John Howeis. M 0 n'ar.'c.'r. their studies next fall accordingto
RepresentedAt led the salute to the col- Temperance
town,, but nothing was available. live there. Strother and Bobhs \ Mrs. Nellie Pcizoni
About a month ago he was sum I District Meet > \. Sponsors EssaysThe .
INDlANTOWNBRIEFS I Bruce Pure Oil: ( In Evans, Is Intended for awwtwuawa" .
moned to the Indiantown ids Loyally Day a
phone System to discuss the possibility The president of the Indiuntown dy Wright i RodncN Bill: Bcsaw, : \ !sounding! off." The Iota Sigma WCTU. willsponsor
Mrs Jeanette Odom underwent aid Garrett, Otis, Reed
of taking the job of plantsupermtcndent. Business and Professional \\omen's Alfred FranUen \ of the United States and a Junior high school essay
He had been making surgery at Martin Memorial Hospital Club Mrs Jeanette Clements, er Lance Muse Billy have designated the day contest to bo held Sunday, May
his home in Delray Beach for and is expected to be home and the secretary-elect Mrs Bun sley Morton and! Hobby Pl rcafftrmation of loyalty to our 10 at 7.30; pm. at the first Methodist I would like to express my deep
''the past three years, so this in- this weekend ny Williamson attended the District Jimmy Doyle and positive recognition i Church: At this time i entrants appreciation to all niv friends for Moscow Into BeautyIn
,1& 8 meeting of the BPW i in more. l American freedoms, in the contest will read their es their flowers curds and messages
Mrs George Jordan was ad CIcwiston recently. ON WARIIHI says.' The public is invited during my recent illness and hOI May at a .
[Raymond mitted to the hospital for surgeryon Mrs. Bcrlc Bowling formerlyof IIONOR ROIL \ : ) CONVENTION: The Fellowship LTL held the I pitaluation.VALENTINE'S.
l Darling Thursday, 30. last of the Saturday
Indiantown, was a third member Four local women attended a meeting season -
The honor roll! .il May 2. Meetings will be resumed
Woman's Mis
representing the Indiantown of the Ray C'lxko
Mr. and Mrs. William
WFW CommanderRaymond Sampsonand club. School includes: third grade! Union at the Fifth Avenue in the fall. I Powder Puff

daughter Terry, have movedto dra Besaw, Jay Butch, \ Church in St. Petersburg eataratw iw.. "- ._. '..
E Darling Jr. Post Jupiter from St Lucie Acres PRIMVRY DEPARTMENT Orubcr, Debra !Nictner, K a I -----
6023, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mr. Sampson is employed at Pratt SKIS NEW RECORD Snyder, Jeff Thomas!. Those unending were : Mrs. burs, attended a seminar at Crystal ; BEAUTY SALON
elected Smothers Debra Garrett, .: River April :24% through 26.
John W. Robinson! "post"
& Whitney. Dunklin Memorial lx>lt, Mrs Vada Y Baptist
primary ah Edwards, Roger Three of the best i
for t 1964-65 country
commander the
year McAllister, Mrs. \'IRC' ,lt: J) V I"-JO" > tELIRAJtAMLGRIHUH
on Saturday evening, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Craytonare department set a new attend-I Ricky Moss, Jerry (IOSM.U. Dorothy the heart and chest specialties conducted BOOK & RECORD MIOP \
ance record on Sunday, grade, Pat Clements. Betty Ann Lowe representing the seminar, and the doctor 329 Fast Otran Blvd.CLOSII I :
jK Other officers i elected included making their home at St. Lu- with forty-three children I Memorial Baptist Church
present hill Barbara Mc I inuhun. learned
latest findings on heart
John Cranmore, senior vice com- etc Acres. He is employed by Big between the ages of six and ten. Waddcll, Patti Rackley. Indiantown and chest ailments. ) AIL I 1)\Y
mander; Dee Rayfield, junior vice Chief Construction Company This I \\t'INt.Ion."S: Ottering All These Beauty Aids
attendance was the largest Tastula. Linda Williamson' Dr. Wirt spends about fifty i
commander; Stanley William I Cone Moraski, chaplain i iI Mrs Lloyd Smith is a new employ in the church history, accord lene Wright, Elaine Bass; ) "I'\UfNDSSlMINAR: hours each year at special sessionsto ginning May fifb to>> You

quartermaster; Jack Rafferty; advocate, and at the First Bank of Indian- ing to Pile largent, superintendent I grade, Ricky Bartield Sin d Indianlemn'i Dr. W. W. Wirt, to gain\ o.thC latest knowledge of lor the Summer Next to Poktofflte' AT 7-4983
of the
I i?Adrian Whalen, surgeon. Trustees town. Sunday school. Thomas. Penny Hoover! Dale ( with about I 150 other don

elected were Lee R. Tmslcy, Mr and Mrs George P. Jor- .t-
Billy Dykes and Roy Sheets dan and baby, Cindy, are now residing "
(Commander Preston announced at the St Lucie Trailer
that the installation of the new Park .' .. ,
( Officers will be held at the new '.: .
I" post home on Hale's Dairy Road Kenneth Roy Williamson, son '<'{'I :.
ion Sunday, May 31 at 2:30: p.m.p of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williamson I'f If :
has been the week with .!i
spending ,
Robert Brenner, District 3 com 7w "
his paternal in
Okee- ,
mander of the VFW, will be the grandparents I
chobee." ...
installing officer. The new officers .- ..dt
will take over after the state Karl Snyder son of Mr. and ,
convention at Cocoa Beach: June Mrs. Carl Snyder Jr., is confinedto I. ; ,
through 14. his home by illness!

I bikers Hold Mr J. A. Tmchcr of Charleston ;':' I' ',' r..'
W. Va., a house! guest at the '
11' MeetingIndiantown Frank Adams' home in Stuart, is $ :, ;

visiting with her granddaughterand :

Women's Business Club and enjoyed Pro family, the Roy Hovvers. p9 \ .

!as dinner meeting at the civic ccn'fcr Rose Mary Hurdle celebratedher

on Tuesday evening, April 28 fourteenth 28. birthday on Tuesday \) ,
r Roast turkey with all the trun-
(linings was served to nine membersof Mr and Mrs Ken Stout observed 1 0 "\
the Belle Glade BPW, eleven their wedding anniversary on (
members and two guests of the In- Sunday, May 3. They are the proprietors 1 .
diantown Club. of the St Lucie Acres '
J The Indiantown guests were Trailef Tark in Indiantown. Y'( pV.. .. \
Mrs. Lois Erickson and Mrs. LeaD
umais. Sylvester Karasinskl, infant son'
of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Kara- \ 1
After dinner, a social eveningwas
smski, was baptized by Father
enjoyed with games being Francis X. Fenech on Sunday, ,
played and prizes awarded. .
April 26.Rolando
I Members from Indiantown attending \
were* Mrs. Trances Rifles, Florcs, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Hall, Mrs. Juanita Mrs. Rammez, was baptized Sunday .
Boozer Mrs Bunny Williamson, April 26, by Father Francis
Mrs. Kitty Jordan, Mrs. Betty Ny- X. Fcnech.
Bard, Mrs. Chris Wilder, Mrs.
Jeanctte Mr. and Mrs William Walker
Grace Saucrwmc,
Clements, Mrs. Carrie Caveny and have returned to Indiantown to
make their home here after
Mrs. Tiny Smith.Kivvanians. spending
the winter months in Brews-
ton, Ala Presently they are maid
Meet ing at St Lucie Acres but will be NS 'dt

Library Group moving into their trailer in the
Fletcher Subdivision on State Road i
710 in the near future.
I Four persons from Martin County

Public Library were introducedby All children between the ages!
Timer Powers a member of the
of three and seventeen are invitedto
,board, at the Wednesday, April attend Vacation Bible School i r
22 Kiwanis luncheon meeting heldat at the Dunklm Memorial BaptistChurch
the Seminole Inn. of Indiantown from June

ly-appointed Miss Elizabeth librarian Thalman pointed, new out 15 through June 24. To Use Your Community

the availability of the library servo Jay Chamness. son of Mr and

ice to the outlying areas, and the Mrs Gerald Chamness celebrated _
importance of the library serviceto his fourth birthday on April 15.

the community. Also present Mrs. John Neitner observed her
Miss Jean Roos, -librarian -
were ; the board chairman acting, Dr birthday on Tuesday April 21. FULL SERVICE BANK +4

Ira Williams, and Mrs. Lolcne Mr and Mrs. Paul Jones of

Stokes, a board member. Warfield Boulevard journeyed to ,
The president of the club James St. Petersburg with nine of their ,
Rmcs, accepted an application for twelve children recently and enjoyed If
membership from Abe Burstein of swimming in the Gulf ol
the Town Shop. Mexico.
Marvin Keller of Stuart was a

luncheon guest. lando Mrs.recently Helen to Beach attend visited the fun Or. : First National Bank is proud of the part we ';' t

eral of friend Jake of ,
VFW AUXILIARY a Parker, '" -"

SEEKS MEMBERS Lee night bura.at the Mrs.home Beach of stayed her sister.over. .. play in community growth. We have over 50 ,.f. I,
Wives of Veterans of Foreign
Mrs. Ralph Hufford, and attendedthe ; r. : ,
Wars of Indiantown are cordially funeral with her. .
invited to join the VFW Auxiliary r;
If interested, they may call Mrs George P. Jordan has been employed .. employees, which adds to the economy .
Alice Carter. by the Indiantown Telephone r ..i
System as installer-repair ; dt t{ '
BiRTIIDAY9 man. of Martin County.

Mrs. May Dodge celebrated her Mr and Mrs. Ralph Beach celebrated
birthday on Monday, May 4. their first wedding anniversary ,;: \ ,
Warren Goode, proprietor of on Monday, April 20. i
the barber shop I in Indiantown, ; A COMMUNITY ROOM reserved for your
Mr and Mrs O. L. Chamness '
celebrated his birthday May 4. : i" '1 ); : ; ,
arrived Saturday, April 18, to ;
The Hughes family of St. Lu- spend a vacation with their son, '

cie three Trailer birthdays Park this will week.celebrate Both. Jerry Mrs.,Chamness and his family.live in Mr.Lambert and ; .:a. Club or Civic Organization, FREE ::1 'I.FREE

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hughes celebrate yule Mich.
on May 6, and Mr. Hughes' '0.18
i mother, Mrs. Lillian\ Hughes, tIThe Mrs. Betty Nicks is recuperating ;
celebrate her birthday May 8. at her home after surgery in COFFEE :
Hughes family will soon be Martin Memorial Hospital and
leaving Indiantown for their summer wishes to thank all who were so

home in West Haven, Conn. very thoughtful in sending cards, ..
.f' "
flowers, and gifts during her stay
AMBULANCE! RUNS A very special thank you goes to
26 Lulla Thomas twen- the congregation of the First Methodist -I
April : '
ty-two, from Booker Park to Martin Church. T
Memorial Hospital, drivers Bill Mr and Mrs. George Ellis Jan-
Otis and Mr. Bullock. ie Kermiston and Deborah Ken .IRST NATIONAL IAN'OFSTU';
April 27-: Louise Johnson Booker neth and Connie Hughes made a
Park, to Dr. W. W. Wufi officein trip to the children's hospital In
Indiantown and returned to her Umatilla recently where they visited I [
home; drivers, Mr. Bullock and the two Kenmston children.
Ronnie Maxwell. Little Katherine, three, and George
The ambulance service is contemplating two are receiving therapy after I

ambulance.the. purchase of a new: undergoing hospitaL surgery in an. Orlando 't1 IPLE FREE PARKING Your: Full Service Bank, Serving: Martin County for Over 31 years With Trust Power

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11::0.Tiff STUART !f1I1') NEWS Th..layfay! 7. 1964 i iI



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sh s The Campbells Are ,Coming

DAIRY INC.GRAPE. Oops, Sorry, They're Here

I Lieutenant Colonel William i l l i of Fort Rucker. Ala. and is the 1
(Bill)) Campbell, veteran pilot retired mother of ten-month-old J Michael,
after twenty-two years service the Campbells' .first grandchild I 6ttss
in the Air (force and bn family The other children are Jacqueline \ -i
,have moved into their new home fifteen: Patty, twelve Mi *
1 ORANGE'\O to Treasure Cove, North Hobe duel June, and Peggy, eight II 1 w ii.tt .
Sound. Over all, the Campbells have ; star
Docked at their back door is the spent about ten years in various I
bout/ ,that brought them fro mYorktown parts of Florida, /and decided, say nt r+*' hw lrrt
: Va., and that has been the colonel, they just liked Hobe I .
LEMONLr- "home" for the past seven months Sound best He is looking forwardto
Colonel and Mrs. Campbell are his retirement. years which will I i ,d ,
natives of Flint, Mich, He servedin be completely free from inow I II
S.YLEM.YN Ed Bmuell, left, and Manager Leonard Duren of the
( North Africa and Italy during shoveling. Welcome I (o Hobe
I I Stuart Scars-Roebuck pullet received honors: from the company
War II, later returned to Sound, Campbell"May !
,-' Africa: and then to France.
His last OVcrsellS alignment was Manager Duren Salesman Bussell
jn February, I860\ when he was Fellowship I
slfltioncd/ at Izmir, Turkey MM.Pampbelj .
j: } him.! and, Mr ttw. Campbell children accompanied most- Held by UCW Of Sears Honored by Headquarters

outstanding .memory of Turkey', Sixty members, of the United Lcorlnrd Duren, manager\ of for outstanding sales achievement
lical is xisits ruins to in t rye many historical Bib. Church Women of Martin .County Stuart Sean, Roebuck and Com- during t 1963. He will attend .1 i
the surrounding area.
attended the May Fellowship pany was chosen out of 110 manager weekend of fishing and
They returned to the States In t 1962. golfing 'in
luncheon al the lobe Sound, Presbyterian
as fourth in sales and servo
The Campbells/ have five children Church on Friday afternoon is Dcstm Beach on the Northwest t
ice to customers He receiving
Daughter ,Renee ill married In charge of the programwas a color TV set and a trip to-Atlanta Florida coast and will receive Ihl-
to Warrant Officer William Gault Mrs. Harold! Woolley, with ta May 6 to attend an awards I Sean Century Club pin.
Mrs. A. Sydney (Lowrie, assisting. I dinner at which: time he will receive
Main speaker of the afternoonwas his Decca Club pin and recognition --
First Aid Squad Mrs. George Host, who, with I I of his achievement from I
Needs Volunteers her husband, a retired Presbyter- i C. B Livetcy, general manager EVERY TIME A
tan minister, has recently return- of Sears in Atlanta.
ed from three-month mission tour FOREST FIRE STRIKES
Hobe Sound First Aid a .
Squad'sBOIhulqoce Duren was honor guest at a
nude three calls during at the lona School at Ocho Rios, surprise supper on Thursday, April
the past week 23, at Mrs. Emma Kcrner home.
I This school, which was founded
Mrs. Ellen Wright was taken to Sharing honors is Ed Bussell, YOU GET
five min-
Fort Pierce Memorial years ago by a native
Hospital. I outside! salesman at the Stuart store
:The driver was John Richardson I ister and his wife, now has an en-
He awarded intheeelusivo
roluuoat of 150 students Mr and was a membership
the attendant Matthew
Mrs Bost have become "Sears Century Club"of
Bianco. so deeply
Fred W Sanders, also takento Involved, and are so concernedwith
Fort Pierce Memorial, driven the problems of the peopleof BURNEDATTENTIONAUCTION
HALF the organization, conducted a
Jamaica, that have
they decidedto
by Karl Porter and attended by I
brief business meeting after the
I Arlie Duhberly, publicize their tremendous need,
J. Jack Carpenter was the driveron and seek help for them here I program and luncheon.
Mrs Bost t her feeling
a call received to take Mrs B. emphasized -
Each O Dawes to Martin Memorial, that Jamaica could very well i
and Glenn Thomas attended, po the way of Cuba, unless the
The moue United States takes an immediate
community certainlyowes I
th w men, and others of the interest She said England gave SATURDAY MAY 9 1964
lobe Sound fust Aid Squad a the country independence two ,
,debt of gratitude. What.a comfort years ago, and with no provisions. I 1 p.m. to 7 p.m,
to know they are so close, ao.gio made for adequate self governJiient
GALLONS quick to respond"' to a call of need ) Jamaica is vulnerable] to all Jane find Steff/, Auctioneers
the.uacous "isms" which being
: Anyone interested jn donating are j
,deg. I his time and talents to the-Qrian' presented ,Jojhe people. I HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES,
There is education andChristianity
ization that fills this vital community -
9c need may call Robert she said The workpeople : TOOLS TELEVISION SETS,

i Hunt. Extra:: driver and attendant I iqg, are Very poor and I KITCHEN SETS,
volunteers will ,reduce the load prices art very high I,
of duty tours( for those already The United Church Women voted TIIQUSAND OTHER ITEMS

It's big News! During Alfar. outwell ADE ARAM you SAVE on all Alfar. out. working.CARPFJSTFR. Mrs a gift J.of W.$20 Bozone to the reported school.on

well thirst- quenching fruit ades. There are three luscious flavors to choose from: zesty -VCCFPTFD FOR the organization's project a child LOOK !

Grapeade, Jiyely Lemonade, and tangy Orangeade. These, .AMar-BoutweU Ades VETERINARY TRAINING care center in Stuart's Negro section 300 BEDS, BOX SPRINGS OR MYTIRESS, (A ftp
are 'She said that
donations of
.. ..., y.y
Tri lNm-C, who oft pair
perfect for picnics, for, oling afternoon beverage or for anytime pf 1Ji 'iIay. Be sure completing his second Carpenter of medical moneyrequipmcnTand books have DRESSFRS AND
to get several half gallons at this money saving price of 29c each. school at the University of beep\) are given registered, that twenty-two, and that children the I I VANI1IES --- ---..-....- .... .. ..., .. ...., $5.00 up
Michigan, has; been notified of his>> mothers are delighted with the

acceptance into the university's training the pre-school childrenare I %j"K .... ... ....,............. ....... .. $12.95 up
Veterinary School. Tri was one getting.Many .

NOW THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 9th Only I pf out only for sixty-seven this honor students His father singled, C. previously of cared these for" by children older broth.were I STOOLS .. ....... .. .--. ........, .... .. ... each $2.50

A, Carpenter, of Hobe Sound, i ers and sisters, who, from sheer I 'BARRELS OF DISHES, A
would like to put it 91 record that family necessity, had to stay home I TAKE YOUR PICK ,. 1UC A DISH I
he is very proud of son ]Via. W, and care for them while their i
think he certainly has every mason mothers worked. "We are anxious I
to be. to top as many drop-outs as ppsihje *-

SAVINGS. I TIE-. Month delectable PERSONALS who,so as often these'become are the the problem children SWEDE'STRADING

Palm BeachPeach Mr?And Mrs. Robert Hurst have) delinquents" she said
LFA Mrs. A. B. Hines of Ocean
returned the ek-
from spending w
Breeze Park, member of the Jen- POST INC.
Miami, he
end attended
llMli''JII' in Wherj; '
: ,
Royal the Turf Convention ten Beach Community Church
0AU1YJM& offered to donate a record player AT
: A birthday party was held Sat- to the school Mrs. Muriel Lord Blondell's
urday for Tommy Lee of Sang of Palm City, spoke on the requirements Hospitality House
Neapolitan ICE CREAM Yiek Farms Attending were many for a coming project, Juno, Florida
CREA;l\f Friends, including his entire Boy which will be the making of equip-
Scout Troop. Happy birthday, j ped book-bags\ be sept to Africa.
Tommyl! Mrs. Harold.McCu n, president
,Savt 20c M each calf Ballon of It'. a "PMch" .1 Mt
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T Ifar-Boatwcll"' droll IA tlgtl. : .!y.wh.as. ik : THE DEPENDABLES:SUCCESS CARS OF 64 |

z t, tan tae Cram. Iff three\ C ohs HIt. bra .u. .. i
,, flavors to oriel! \ou yet .. .ly iU.*J ..d. kl.nd- ,
: 1'M1 S .4 with Pain B.uh InOM
good VauBia fee (Cream Ntlpoll7 9'.. Wkm ywi ..t
:Strawberry let Cream p.. ,..... you ,,u t.
ChocolnU Jet Cft... ... Ik. "..... ef U..

e family to some for dewtH Mr ..

Thru May 30 Regularly? 99c HALF GALLON '$1.291Ialf Gallon /

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f Available From Your ALFA&


BOUTWELL Dairy Milkman or at I

= I Your ALFA&BOUTWELL SomermeiLneverloutgrowJhineed .:

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DAIRY JNC. Ice Cream Dealer.


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Nutmeg Sundries O'Connor's Sundries Stuart Drugs

: U.S. No. 1 AlA Highway

: r-- FORT PIERCE -.

: Jorrarwagon
St. Onge Market Country Store Henry's Western. M'Jcet, ..

AlA Highway AlA Highway 1120 Avenue D
A MSM has i way with tiers Always*Always to B* rod. Selling" for M es nine pasawsnrt Ana
: ',' nl Espwially whan III I Badge Wagon Cm .w Ylldahood1ChaaatalpAesfNlgfnrhemlhtakypant '
II ':. :Nat Mara shown tbw gummed and handSin to M optional, rtptnortm' 42f cubic inch VIIfl 4 D D d
tome t cuiyaR it you'vt tvtr laId lands cm .. *ton"" coaibmatioa to boat rg'Iiiii
-. *,irainid vinyl that resists erI$M g. Look'am I sear at goer Dodfi Dtatar Tk.waste r
Jupiter Sundries f7" Mffmt tsitnking,ttratching. Hand And arprtnja that haw i way with rmn-Dodgi Wijoni. MM.tatd. .
Uw HOOT. A canter wmml la front that *ap* Van-powirad. tight vtnioni to pea (rank I DCOItDm>gorr C CHRYSLER
law.wiiy< soda your arms (And you mijtit w WIN bmt alanl your bens"halt' 1g0"s--IllS.
I Center St. & Old Dixie Aad thtfi'i\ teen Bit opIII non pa caa cra SaMU It*fall pralw/ ft*IMI.stront,Mint"typa" ,toaj[

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SUPERMARKET Every Day Is Mother's Day at Kindred's. Where the Prices Are Low to Fit

Her Budget, Where the Selection Is Large to Please Her Taste, and Where theServices 50 FREE' STAMPS
KINDRED'S: Wlih the Puri-httte of
E ROUND BONE SHOULDERROAST Are Many for Her Convenience.U.S. l-o/() jar Instant
Maxwell) 1 louse Coffee(
Lb. 59 Coupon Good May 7,ft,9.
@gJJ Choice Western Lazy Aged
ARMOUR STAR HICKORY SMOKED: C H U C K R 0 A 5 T AT KINDRED'S: With Thh With CoupiHi the Punlwse of

CiHiptMl GIMM!May 7.8 9

LB. J 9 LB. 49 l. .
C C t With Thh Coupon j
HALF HALF AT KINDRED: : Ullh the Purchase! of
Lb 2ojar ;
Center Slices Lb. 7 9 INSTANT NliSTKACoupon ,
GIMK!May 7.H 9.

None Finer at Any Price i 50 FREE STAMPS
w AT KINDRED'Slh the Purchiwt rBACON
Lb 49 ,' 1 quart AHROWAXPLOOIl
( y CiMipon iOod May 7 H 9

, itU Lb 69 CHUCKSTEAKLB.49c'N' FREE With Thin STAMPS Coupon
) : With' the rtirchuM of


: C 0 FFEE F F E E Lb. 39C 50 FREE With, Ihh STAMPS Coupon ,

"I Frozen Special AT 3-lb.KINDRED'Slth Coupon GROUND: Gaul May the' 7,l un'hiu.e H BEBF,9. of

I 6 pack Ice Cream Sandwiches or PILLSBURY

t: FREE pack with the Fudge purchase Sickles of ;:. c
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FRESH EGGS 3 DOZ. $1 Corn 5 i" 7 j c LCIIOY



KIC NEW IONS 16oor Chow Mein 34 01 CAN 89c
FRESH FLORIDA SWEETCORN Cookies 3 FOR $ g| Omelet EA 49c Noodles 303 CAN 1 7c

6 EARS 39c LA
FOOD KING MIX 'EM or MATCH 'EM SALE h"Suey; 303 CAN 5 9c
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Tomatoes LB.. 2 9 C BUTTER BEANS Pineapple 3 NO. 2 CANS $1



3 19c

IVORY SOAP OIL Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
1 BARS 33C 8 OL CAN 43 c Friday 8 a.m. to 9 pan. Saturday 8 tun. to 7. p.m.



THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS! Thursday, May 7, 1964

FRYER LEGS 2 box: 95' lr


r HAM SLICES lit, 79cI _.
Note: The ,tranMctiott, flfumVlven I to Fred Sheldon w 4" Paul, Safer
"SUIT R.RIGtrf"' QUALITY beluw !'- v'ilBinIfd tram
r v nu itwiiiw nfnvwl ttlm U tniitaes.. Eighty-two aqwi; moreor
HAM HOCKS 5 w 69c HEAVY WESTERN BfcEF "I.tin ted per.IHlO:l .On In* cnnalderatton'. In nominal, mohi S.. range 38 i. 40000.
rellnquUhiii of trtmlwMni
iWUTS .* "StftK, .RIGHT BROWN SERVEr ., or Ilmllar, CUll when. nomoony Tilt I Nin Hj.\'ellj;| Charitable
ch IU..I Hindu lUunMIn Foundation to H Martin
II ..(f a inui4 torv minimum/ Shelby
;r SAUSAGE ;r49* CHUCCHUCK K !I no vulii Ttmra W InitMoM Property in Tract Ili Krueger Estates
whore more damp* are 01kp d Subdivision fl.OOOt
Inllum.nl than aelllal
'+ ; "SCPER-RK Irr SLICED CAN\DUN value of a trnn.f r but\ periodically Robert G., Subella eli al to Robert
ti the tre eotpptnheo'e tliOI., ] HUM oftloeIm.niq la G. Satx-lla.;/ Ii4N 28, Mobile
BACON ..... ... peg, 49SMALL C wh"h" I+'II' fI'.e' III IhX p t 0have Hom OIlf4!: I. $100.
be n t e tatwarranted.
The t.aea Robert G Sabella l> Frank SLehncr .
Now. no
-.:: PINK QUICK rRU7ENQUICK e.pon.lblllt for the e.limal- .. Lot 28,Mobile. Home Gar-

SHRIMP ... ..................... ? 39c R 0 A S T ed( valuatt.rApril 28 .through May 5), dent/;. $A7KSamuel. N. Rhodes Jr to, Francu .

FROZEN FILLETS OF Lighthouse Point, Inc to Thomas $1,000.(A.) Zientjia, Lot 3. Westwood
E. Cochranp. Lots 163 and 164,
FranclR A. Zicmba W. H.
69c tor
.. ,, .
tighthoiis Point S7 OOt Wagner, Company. Lot 20 West-
Ncllie Pezzom t. W, J. Weiss, wood) SMbdivikion., $I0.000dErnest
KS L FULL trust**. Property In tracts 6 and Thcsieres; to Richard Q.
WESTERN CORN FED 7,section 24,Tropical Fruit Farm Pcmck. Lot 36, St Lucie River
cur35CPORK $4,450, kI4+Oblr/ Ssb iuisipp, $6350 I .
Robert Hv Lear to Ni l4kli.
LOINS RIB lb. ::3 ge Towle. Lot I II I, Bahama Terrace ALLEY VACATED
HALF I section 1, $37.500. Ordirtanct; No. 386, which
Coral I Gardena Development passed its second reading before
I Corporation to Emily Rauiuhcr.; Ihq City Commission", Monday evening
CENTER Lot 94, Coral Gardens Subdivision in the
vacates an alley rear
PORK CHOPS ib. 59c- STEAK 'It 45c Estclla, plat .ScHerman I I. S 100. to Lizzie M of in the Glendale Bauer subdivision and Rmker, property

Beyer. Lots 7 and 9, block 3. Rio

QUARTER SLIC 1)FIRST PORK LOINS 1b. L.9c- STEWING BEEF '* 65c Si Kiplinger North Lucia River Association Subdivision Shores, Inc.Inc 100.to Prop The -How 1:) keep

CROSS RIB ROAST ft 69c erty in government lot 3, section ,
32 township 37 S. range 41 E. blankets
PORK CHOPS lb. 39c $100. .
cU t ROUND BONE ROAST 59c Wardens J
Mary's Chgrch in/ Stuart Lots 15,
-iiiiuiutiiSANTA 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 block: 2,

PIAID NfRAJUICE: .. .. .. buttleiiinwj quart 29c ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED Stypmann 14000. Park Second'Addition. .
extra I C. B Arbogast Jr to Palmmar-.
5O STAMPS .. SPFCIAL! JANE PARKER: DELICIOUS tin Builders Inc Lots'22..and 23, I
block 17, section 3, St Lucie Estates.
With nil Coupon ... purthw e/ 1 .
: : PILLSBURVIIQUID I LEMON PIES. ........... Jr39 C BACONMACARONI $100.Emdla Fall Schofield to L. Clayton .
6 Vallier Lot 9,
SWEET 10 : 89c _i SPECIAL! JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED luge. 1000.. Papaya Vllr

.. .. .. I William Angevine Charles W.
G. a tbr. Sol. M K MIr SIM BLUEBERRY PIESb a' 49c to
4 : Wagner Jr Lots 17, 19 and 21, t

__... .. ...... .. ...: PAGE" block 144, Golden Gala Subdivision
-- -.-- --- --- .- SPECIALt ANN .
-..-.-.... t. lb.l $500.Paimmartin
iiiiiiiii C Builders, Inc to WARREN'SBLANKET
Pl.AlD' SALAD DRESSING...... .. !T39c 45:1 Donald L. Welton Lot I, less the
northerly 4 feet thereof, and all of
50 M\'" STAMPS SUNNYBROOK GRADE "A* FLORIDA peg lot 2. block 19, Frazier Addition.

I I Wig lab CMHWII mft "ruli n WlohniMia 1 MEDIUM EGGS ............. 3 ior: ". 98c, $12,000.Uroy Glass to Stuart. C. Bahlnenu. -
& Johnson COSMETIC I Property in lot 2, Ed F. SPECIALEACH
I COHXN pkl' FOR MOTHER GLAMALON [ Glutsch Subdivision. $250
69 C .. k I Hazel S. Allard to Lory F.
1 BALLS of 260 I
.. NYLON HOSE 39c Wherzel. Property in government
1 .. i
C.oa llano Sk M jr Mir I t4 pulr I lot 2, section 8. township 38 S, 79c
I range 41 I;. 10000.

--..:;..-= ::=:::::: ::... -----.--- ANN PAGE ELBOW( SPAGHETTI ELBOW I Mentora Walton to Tom Allen.
tY: s : or 'Property in 'section Hi. township -OR-
; 38 S range 41 E $4 500
I Harry C Wood to Charles Mo- S THREE BLANKETS
PLAID 1.1b.
sony Property in lots 8 and 9, CLEANED: > ,. racluioidIn
STAMPS : I 2 37 C Woodshed Subdivision $210V(
heavy vinyl zippered
P kgs Loren D 'Kahlcf: 'to Paul LirV:+
With thl. Coupon .nil purcku .( I Property in lots IV and 14, block hag for home storage,
MRS. iiinmrs: 'I 16, Palm City. $5,790. (a $4.29 vagte
CORN OIL I.Ih. an Special CRYSTAL RUBBING Gerald L. Knouse to John BBoncrt. .
MARGARINE tin.' tl/C i I Lots 9 and I II I, St Lucie .
Shores, section 2. $800. 3 FOR
Good' tfcn St? M.y. t, Mlr 11 M ,
pint Irwin S. Gars to Tru-Oram, Inc. ""

.C!........._........._mCICRt.f._-----------:1: ALCOHOLgS&tra 1Oc 000 Property in Gomez Grant $11,- $3.00.

--------------1. : bottle Herbert Ebrlich t 0 Helen E FREE BONDED
I Pcetz Lot 8, block 4. Monterey
AID Subdivision. $3.200. PICKUP AND DELIVERY
I North.River. Shores (ne. to It-
STAMPS mWltk I--------- vin Myers and Susye Belle Mr'l
ers his wife as joint tenants 1UL".c.

ADHESIVE taro!RFD COIIIHW CROSS M purcku* olB I Frofrh Fruits & Vegetables: I HO NOLE" COI1)mOlwith. Lot I, block right 25 of, section survivorship 6, I ........ 1M.
H TAPE lOydn.I* 4jCGood Or II North 6500.River Shores Subdivision; 530 COLORADO AVENUE

Hiru S.t, May, .. MIl I...64 C. H. Hardwick Allapattah STUART AT' 7-175S

.. RED RIPE DELICIOUS Top/ Graded No RejectiWATERMELON 4 Corporation.. township 38 Property S., range in section 41 E.H.SOOI 20 COMMERCIAL STREET
=,...,.. .._;:... d..iil $ JENSEN BEACH-AT 7-H8I
t Kremser Land Corporation to
John H block 7, P.S. Ask about our Box Stop
99c p Mason Lot 14.
PIAID each i section K Hibiscus Park. $750. age Plan for offMasonclothing.
STAMPS Florida Citrus Industries Inc I .

l' .. > ........I1IIIII'CII. J JJJtlI I i
WlUi thl Cvupon and purd./
25c I wish to thank all my friend
Mb. peg for heir!(, prayers and help and (PliM regular Sanltonc clean fojdwrgr
CMM! Mm .... May Ml*. Mba4 a EGG PLANT each 10c ,their many cards sent to< m$ wbilein I *). Storet a clorttful of
Miami during my r cent hoartsurgery. clolhlng.
May God bless all o( you
I u He did me: BLANKETS with' armefU
for Box Storage In
100 Extra PLAID STAMPS RED RIPE FLORIDA GROWN From a Mended Heart Polarized Fur Vault re-

WUb the Purchase of JOHNSON'SIhstantJWax Jane Parker. Lillie, Walker. and Family. celv 79c t.onus price.
"f 'r I\1L"' "" "'I
".run $169 TOMATOES carton 15 I White Enriched Bread --- -- --- .--



With .the Purchase of

Johnson's CarNu: ;- 9Sc CELERY 2 stalks 29< I LOAF SANDWICH |15 1 totf0C Ib.; 0[* ONE Dresses RACK AT CLOSFXUT and PRICES OFGirls'

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FORMERLY: $2.M to $W." JQQ|
ALLSWEET 1-lb, Ckkk.m .f rb. Set 3V4 oz. Morton's Frozen J NOW $>l. 7 7to. $?99

MARGARINE carton 27c DIETETIC TUNA un 25c BREAD DOUGH ........ .. ...",. fk*. '59c Save OnfyfMfStamps TODDLERS: TO SIZE 14
FABBY ALL HSU IXxl& Lily .Ib, Birds Fwd lO-oi.
CQr *) 'rOl" Hook .'
CAT FOODChicken :4144liM. 59c} GRITS 5 pka. LIMA: In Bulter Swce ..... 39c ; .lv A GOt Va. IIIIts FaSttl f' [ ti!'rtHio'' J
..r the Sea Morton'p.'rotenIItCo! 1.lb.4-oz. Nabisco I-lit. IK GREAT ATIAMIC I PACIC 1A COMPANY, SC. yrwW.tl, :
J ;.T49c 2 69c 3 9Sc .
LIGHT MEAT TUNA rod ft Cheese pkgs. FIG NFWTON! pkp.I \ .



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4 .r Two Sorority Chapters Are I Two Students Are Guests mr Jhursday STUART, May(noriaa 7, )1964 NEW 5-B

To Hold Meet 7XI Final selection was made by sym-
Joint May i Of Army Research OfficeA rxwium directors.

E$7 The goal of the U. S. Army Re
Gamma Phi Exemplar and Fxejupiaf Ritual They are Mrs
SftHw Zflta Ritual 0 f Jewels 011"Gra..ield.- .. Mrs Ed Hall, science: Instructor and mo dente and nmeu i"ur instructorsat starch Office was to show them
Chapters Beta Sigma PhI. will Mrs. Janus Ciiwsmtllc) Mrs Joe eleventh graders torn Martin I the First Florin' Junior Symposium in advance ot their own planning,
hold a joint netting Thursdi)', IJcnduraun Bad M*. Ronald 1 County Senior H gh wore guestsof in science. engineering and a broad spectrum of career possibilities
rvrYit My 7, at 8 p.111 at the home of Fk'..... the University o/ Honda and the humanities Similar' get.tofMhcrs ; the various. sciences, type
Mr$. ,George Keith in Cocoanut : MMMtl I officers will be inMall the ,p, S. Army Rscarxh tiX. Office were held n'1 eighteen other of problems/ being i !Investigatedand
ParkJhirmg, I 1r f an*. "rf""linl. Mrs ul CiamckMlte this universities across the nation the kind of life that the research
the business meeting the I Walter KeifcMiMxi; vice prcsidml, I The juniors were. Kenneth Floyd The students wire guests of the worker leadsJMKU.INCY .
final.choice of the student who will Mrs. C. E SloiMim. secrclarMrs | Moore and! lynn %'lap' \Villmnis" university during three days of
receive the IM t Sigma Phi I I $1,000rrcholarahip () Ucnnn RinutJi and! treasurer. Mrs I and! the instructor, tleiM-ge Ren- I lectures by some ot its loading : :
will he Bill \VilirMrs' wick. scientists. engineers. and eJutuOtrs tONIJUBUIION
fi twih I They were among 807 of theslau Laboratory
finalists sessions .
three in the be uigment
Jensen Rio United Fund -
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Penning brightest high School l stu-
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presented as students "A, B: Rriph Fv .. program receipt of SJS as a contribution
and "C" and the scholarship will inrlld 's private sccfUan left I I -- They were nominated by their to its emergency[ fund from Southern -
a4 V he accorded! >by .a majority poll of May 3 with !tar nintbcrMrs' Emma a cork' to rejoin her,.hushirHl: 1 hireMrs high school: principals on the ha Bell Telephone Company
the fUlmhe". I Schultriih for Mil\\aik. iis Sihuliriih will' reniim i in situ of outstanding ability, and

s ;'. Fw'e. members ...will.---receive- the. \\-' Mrs.- ..Tinning ,will return in I Milwaukee- .-- -for the- -aunmrxr.- demonstrated scientific interests. Boston was founded In 1610,

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: fLizbeth Ann Meyers andRoscoe C. White jjt..

Were Married at St. Mary's Church on Sunday'

rfI Miss Lizbeth Ann Meyers be.
.) came the bride of Roscoe Conkhn
White III in ceremonies held Sun- SOCIETY
fday, May 3, at 2 p,m. at St Mary 1 ,
,Ij Episcopal Church The Rev Nor.
man Feaster, rector of All Saints' -
Episcopal Church, Jensen Beach, I -
([performed the. ,double.ring cere.. ,Y, and .Dav. Dormany. Fort em4-iyed. by Consolidated Eleo -= -Tin pttST-Mndrtwni| tuithj. ., carport. (Kftw porch optmul) '$
mony. Pierce, were ushers I trio Corporation. Melbourne. t 15 1 00.
Parents of the couple are Mr For her daughter's wedding, Out-of.town guests were from ; ,
nd Mrs George Meyers, St. Lu- Mrs, Meyers chose an ivory satin New York, California West Vir"-
cie Boulevard and Mr and Mrs brocade street-length, dress witha ginia, Melbourne Fort Pierce, ,, .
eoscoe Conklm While II. Olcaner fitted ,bodice and a modified Boynton Beach and Jensen ,Bca eh. ;1
Boulevard Fort Pierce bell skirt Her hat was an ivory

fugi The chrysanthemums altar was decorated in I large with ing feathered shoes semi-cloche and handbag with Her match cor- Banham-Btshoj Wedding Held at / . W W& aD ,,4 ::1

'brass vases gladioli, carnations sage was a double green cymbidium -
and snapdragons. The family pews orchid. House Refuge
1 were marked with white satin bows Mrs. Betty Eisman grandmother .
John Fulton organist accompanied of the bride wore a lace powder Mrs Clara Marie JJaaham And
Mrs George Taibl who blue lace dress with white acces- Steve Bishop were married in ceremonies
sang two hymns and "The Lords aeries and a whitcrosibud coruge at the House of Refuge
Prayer." Mn. White, mother of the I Tuesday, April 28. at 7 p.m. Judge
Given In marriage by her father:; bridegroom wore a two-piece silk Evans Crary Jr, performed j be' I
the bride wore a floor.length gown pink sheath dress with white accessories single .r rug ceremony in &theropumine So-
of white chiffon over bridal taffe. and her corsage was a Lounge. :
ta encircled with imported chan- double pink symbidium orchid. The bride was a former ,resident
tilly lace, seed pearls and irides- The grandmother of the bridegroom of Wolcott. N.Y, before
cents The long.sleeved gown was Mrs Roscoe Conklin White coming to Stuart last August, her
fashioned with a bateau neckline Sr? chose a blue linen suit with husband is the former caretaker'
and a fitted bodice was enhancedby white accessories! Her corsage was at the House of Refuge She wore ,
a bouffant skirt terminating .in of. white rosebuds a beige dress with mauling ja4ca:
a cathedral train. Her bouffant Following the ceremony, a din- trimmed in lace, and a corsage fIred TJH I BKAXWATOt-3 bwtroMM, bitt (and kith, tenen porch, carport optfouD
ner-dance held at the Sunrise rosebuds. ,
silk fingertip veil was held by a was .' ,
queen's crown of seed pearls and Inn.The Mr. and .Mr Stephen Schmidt 16,500TO
crystla drops, and her bouquetwas bride's table was decorated were matron-of.honor a adjust
cascade of feathered carda- with two large candelabrumand man i
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tions and orchids.Matronhonor. arrangements of snapdragons, Following the ceremony, a reception ,,; I ir i// '
Mrs Irv carnations, and illini .snowdrift and dinner were hcTJIn
Mey-- ]
ers, sister.in.law of the bride Nassau chrysanthemums.the Small tables arrangements the Bavarian Room of the TownHouse W & { FI" ,
were on
.. N Y., wore a gown of powder I For her traveling outfit the Restaurant. @
blue chiffon taffeta with .
over bride chose a basic sleeveless lemon Among those attending the oera-
bateau neckline, elbow length
a yellow crepe dress with match- mony and dinner were: Mr. and +'
sleeves, fitted bodice: the floor- ing cardigan Her was Mrs. James Hutchinson, Mr*.
length skirt was enhanced in. the white orchids. Upon their return Hugh Willooghby, Mrs. Loiene fI' .d
back by a flowing panel She from a wedding trip through FlorIda Stokes, Mrs. Mildred Spring cousin ,: ; '
earned a cascade 'bouquet of whitefeathered Mr and Mrs. White lJI, will of the bride Frank Siegers, 'M OtM .homes. ten designed by award'.ubituii AlnminM nwiUf+ vtedom t.it.| MrUt (f f tit iRbUnry y
Her hat
carnations. was reside in Fort Pierce Theodore Gerken Row Witham
a matching band and now veil She is a graduate of Martin Mr and Mrs. Ed Dassori. W M. : and. Formdea taee0 blWwa eabbtets j i
Miss Barbara Thum maid-of- County High School attended Daniels and Mr. and Mrs JR. fom art tpadoM airy, IfChitecta.I' ,Amstar tit Id pplpl.
honor, wore a gown identical to Central School Steger.
that of the matron-of.honor in petal pangers Wappangcrs Falls, N. Y. and Wap-hat Mr. and tfn. Bishop are residing fir easul florid .... Mat (ivhuU < .. bttVoom vith decorator Brian 1
pink. Her bouquet was a cascade been employed by the Stuart De. at Siegers Trailer Park,-fadbRiptide I
of white feathered carnations. partment Store. U, S. I I. .:' bmtJfuflj .iMdtcaped lots, tot Tarsus floors thrwnjnott .,.,.is cktsl dovt
Serving as best t man was Gerald Her husband is a graduate of '

White of Buena brother Park of Calif.the bridegroom Irv Meyer Beach Seacrest served Ugh three School years, Del in I Germany ray- Players :' \, ...,fUfat M;aiodeU. art M d duplff rfjbt IIOC. I 30 pBo" jn Shod (.pick recovery fas mtsr jater ,

brother of the bride; Nassau' N. I with the Army, and it DOW Name Directors,

Play May 20-23
At a meeting of the Riptide OPEN" f Th I
Playa on Thursday April -90, : ..... ;*
SALENOW elected as directors for two ysan; . 94M-9PM & ::
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were Mrs C B. ArbogaM Jr., John -:::.. I ;-
IN PROGRESS Fulton Mn Helen Jenkins Ray M F DAILYTelephone a.o 1 11fC; PORT ;
STORE-WIDE LiMer and Mrs. Johnnie ,SJtgw./ ,.. .: I
20 The dates for the next product ; : ; ITWCIt.i '
% Off m}
lion, "See How "They \'
MERCHANDISE now Rung jvere J "eS.a ..
Kt a* May 20-23 The r'
Helen's & Marine's DRESS night, Wednesday 'May 20, wiR .... ,i itO 1.3 100 ._. l \ \ ','aig7..
SHOP a benefit for the retarded ilul-J .
Next to Tlllnn Real Pirate, Jensen Beach 287..1371 dren.See dhow They Run" was ka ....j : '>...

smash London hit It is jwrft, In '
action and packed with comedy. ,


Mrs Hams MEETINQ Lowrey Sr. will be < .. I
hostess to the United Daughter" .
$1,850,000SHomwsnB Port
St .Lucie
of 11 the at 61p.m.ADOPT Confederacy._.Mo #aV, May .


Mr. and Mrs JoMph F. Onfette/ ... '
I Elaine Avenue, Ienn Bea*,>aI A General Dsveteptpent Community -
I trounce the adoption of t h e i f r.. .
Jairy black In wy tmtOMjfftpdt ,,,,,. DId ce// j. {daughter o. Stnarflel, bori'April]

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Be Observed Here Tilt SfUARr (Florida) NEWS
ational Hospital Week May 10-16 to Thursday, May 7, 1964 I-C

I I 'Pink Ladies'and 'Candy Stripers' Vital Offers Park to to County Sell

!Mrs Alice Patterson of Palm

1 I To Operation of Martin Memorial Hospital y ( itv) has offered to sell the county
I the old Palm City ball park

currently used for Little League

hall and other recreation
All Invited
T- '- T In a letter to the Martin Conn-
tv ( olllmh.ion. through Bill Hern -

To Visit the 1 Pittcrson'. Stuart offered real estate the broker county nineteen Mrs

\ lots, fifty by 150 feet, for
InstitutionB _L SI I 17st( .
I the county rents the park annually -
during! the summer for ball
> BUNMBBOIT: 1 /games: on a i noiinnil dollar a scar

The work ot' the \1on son basis
\\1Jn's+ Au\-
ilidr) and! ( unetx St,'ipus (lormciy .
the sun discharges! 2 000) 000ions ()(
]) known as Voluniuns) will I hi1 of huh pced particles into
highlighted during! \Utin. Memorial -
'rilee'l'TI ,,'c.n,1.A"ot"ll'n).
r H''rllal"hcn ance ot _
National Hospital Week Sunday) .
Mi> 10, through Siiurdjy, May !l

'Drop-in hours." t Mom 2 topni S J
: : kLNMLS: :
) each day will entourage residents -
and! visitors t to visit I h ehOlirltoAl. I IMF SNVCK BVR at the north .'n,1! ot the lobby ot Martin Memorial Hospital I is .1 i populai spot/ John R. M"slry, !Mgr
and! exhibits of up-lo- Mm. Jell lo right, Mrs Genevieve rrmler. RN director ot nurses and Mr l'l't1rJc''K "eikmsehuirmm Boarding Day Week
el.ue hospital equipment will, hi or the hostess commitlei i the Woman AuiliarrL .' IVO smiling nervier urine' .mother !Month
.y _II I I't staged at the First inonal Dink! .\IIlII.'fl11el11hcr' Mrs Arlhui I Ionic
and the Bank ot SlIhlll. Obedience Trahiing
____ Persons visiting! the I hospital dur -. -. Grooming
lug drop-in hours nu\, have their
blood typed free and will receive 5401 I S. Federal I Highway:
free identification cards I recordingthe I'oil Tierce Phone 464-JJ7S
blood! t type I :
A small plot imnk>'lntd\ northof ): ; : ,
r the lobby Lnil.in e. will, In.landscaped :
to .. /: GA STORAGE
ektyy I 1 prior HospitalVeck lOr : ; -wJ/\. (!! \
1 to demonstrate just how much the WAREHOUSE
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appearance of the exterior ot the <;
building woulel I he enhanced it Y ". ,; i \- ::1.1 .
there were complete landscaping: : \" Storage by the
!But the big feature of Hospit.il \
'.... Week will- be the "booth maintained /--.1' ; "J-. DayVcek
in the lobby each al In noon to I furnish -,
information ihnut the \Vonan ,- Month Year

', Auxiliary and the Candy I f;' .' .....
both ol whom -
Striper can use
I! recruits. i ..." '.''' ''' '' .... APPLIANCES
Auxiliary The great is best work illustrated dune by by the tin /,:'"" 1" ,' '\\\ ..t''ds, \,,' : ,*.)..t"1" :.; '. ... r I't\. ( AlA, GOLDEN' GATE

; fact that at its recent annual meeting ,/ ',I':, ,,1'4 'ai'\ r,; :d ; \ 1"1' a'7ky" -- -
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from Mrs H H
FLOWERS: so welcome to mot>t hospital patients receive great attention Hip>Ol\ b \ I \ + '
Sr.. chairman, seen here, and her flower committee of the Woman Auxiliarv at the local hospital. a report showed Unit 111 women .!. 1\IYi! l'// a : I ;.v. .: ,, ;i iu I .. ". ,nk1.i",
I. had put in 11 M24: service hours .. .l'I: .' \1' ,. ". L
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during i the preceding twelvemonths \ I .. .
an average ot more than ; :-.' i l' \ ,. sI
100 hours each. 1 he current membership ;11 t'J/! ;1 ./ .., ..' l\\'; ':', -I' ;, ( \ ,f.
figure' slunds at I4H, but { 'i, .) i, '/ :- \( 't" :" l : \
the amount of wok to be done 1I ,..\\.tt.l,1/ :t. 1 ,.' ''I'1:1., Ii I wI
1tJ4,1 increases an fast as, or taster than, \ I ,lIt\ ..9: ':","{ "' ,,::. '

; the membership ...ldiI IIL _...... .,.f..."'-' ..a..Ji/ ....:...... I 1 :
Although the Pink Ladies, in

sss they are often called. because' of CANDY S I KII'fKS, Paltie Feaster left and Sandic Bailey, help make Mrs bundle Odom comfortable fOR tIt
their cherry pink pinafores do no .,it Martin Memorial Hospital under the guidance of Mrs, ticnevieve I renter, RN. director of 0

part actual in mining most other, they chorea have a aroundour major nurses On "rlduMol' ) IS Sandie will receive a cup: pin and sage lor 100 hours ol voluntary ......iww.r'

county hospital. work Paine will receive u cup and pin for ISO hour. What would Mother's Day
One of the most important committees
toned the Auxiliary, teen similar lo thud for Au\iliaries.1
is the placement commit niiikcs necessities tar hospital by be without flowers
tee, whose job it is to allocate but also keeps them in usable! age girls anxious to team something I louru.cn girls will receive awards :
/ active member services to the ,lit ion h> mending and UoC'I about nursing in anticipation on Friday evening May M: cups t: Rf -
various tasks the group pel forms, Ihe central supplies of a nursing career: to find lor fifty hours voluntary WOIK, I '" -..
and to see that all posts are man- helps the nursing staff in out if they'd really like It, or just t I pins for IV I ) hours and stripes for KJit ( ; .;
ned at all times If the placement ing the cenlral supplies !More, in to be helpful. every 300) hours One girl already
commute didn function properly }crcpuring( articles for. cleaning or A definite training program' for qualifies for a stripe seven others I N..N..n
w i it doubtful 1 if the work, ut' marilteing und in dispensing sup, Candy Stripe-ri 1t i now being work- for f mv and seven lor caps.
r the Pink i ladies would be on efficient plies as needed. ed out by Mn. Cionevlcve: Irmler, OCCAM BLVB STUART FLA I IC
I : ', s'bilk ai It Is The principal duties the awards committee has the R.N., director 'of nurses, and an I Most' diamonds, mined are fit *..6 AT.7-2300 I
allocated by this committee task of keeping track of the hoursof I awards system_ exists! somewhat_ __.only for industrial___use .__ _
p So arc reception desk, escorting service voluntary service completed by
and emergency room, all of members, and to estimate mem- I-
,.4 which services, run by the Pink hen' qualifications for awards
o Ladies, take an enormous burden such as the medallion, thirty hours;
off the paid hospital staff the cup IOU hours, and the pin,
Ihe snack bar committee and 1011( houri
its workers provide another invaluable Not only do Auxiliaries i '
service, supplying coffee doing, they do't their: share of Cn'J. ,
and snacks to the medical nursing raiding, to). not only lo finance I
and clerical staff patients and their activities for the hospital but q
., viMlors. The snack bar is locatedat as a to the hospital in I
which the the north end of the lobby full IIto"e:': : financial i pledge: + :
HIE CIILIR: WAGON, tours entire hospital, is anxiously awaited by patients confinedto 'P".I': : .
their beds Here Mrs. Evalee Bustm makes a purchase! from Mrs Van Smith, member of theWoman' The gift shop committee not only I,very Auxiliary member belongs .
l) operates Ihe gift hor> in the to one or more committees, ;
Auxiliary of Martin Memorial Hospital hut also takes the cheer
lobby or u available to work for those:
.. 'wagon/ to all wards so that bed- committees, those not mentioned 1
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stationery toilet necessities. can org.im/alion and administration 'I
cly etc. right at their bedside ol the group 4 ELI t : ti r I
The members of the flower So important is the work of the
; i Q committee not only tend patients Wonum Auxiliary considered by
,.. $ flowers but break down bulk giftsof the hospitals hoard of directors,
s.1 : flowers from local nurseries and thai the Auxiliary president i is an
:I m flower farms, and distribute them ct-oilic 10 member of Ihe board, ? ;
't t : ; around Ihe hospital.The with full voting<< privileges "
W.. '... ....... fJ ;gW14' .. sewing committee not only The Candy Stripers! now uponIMtKGtNCY -

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(By Collins of Texas) i : i .

our Mort/iJge/: Plan F.* Mrvtoi .. ':.i::::;
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"Prestige at Popular Prices" : ROOM documents need careful attention, and /, ,
J they get it, thanks to the Woman's Auxiliary Mrs. Frank Acker
120 N. 2nd STREET HO L21M FORT'PIER E j mane R.N. bead nurse in the emergency suite, give* a little I II II'

.. friendly instruction to MIL John Van Kirk. WU WQ', Auxiliary
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t.c' 11m SnART: (Fla) 'EWS Thnuwiay. MIIY 1. 1964I "Continued Continued i Parfitt! iul\ 'we hope to ;impn
--" -- -" ----------------- - III"S... Hunt 11.011-4. H. 7. 10. II 11I..* Flood our flood fighting, CJpihilin> Pr
i Engineers Practice FightExercise tain encountered in the imu
in N.W, W..Ib., BprMit IliOt, --10 TOM la Sixirt to :
t N... will allow
ed hurricane-flood
COMPLETE TV PROGRAMSt4 11.10 I Caamplon.alf. 11'1110. I
.._4 B..t of the ,ot .,
Huntlay Brlnklcy ...port 1I,1tlIIovlo.. Pko.nl (I'it, tMorvIlitO to alter' our plans to meet

1TI.. Jot..,. --7 Olk.r World Tkxxlgutfi '' innloneday have certain responsibililies for nated with other agencies concert needs of state and fidi.rat gou
I -WTVJ Miami (10..1.1) WSTU lUdlo. Btuart- >* llatlnil ala. I ,
II Ntekt l.lfo of tk. 014 0a I "
; ; k ( ) JJN> In nil aarttoa ll.to- Movl ut.tk.W.l .,.* Car emergencies and cd with natural division, Colonel menu in a real disiMcr
(t: =;I'n't.aIIII..1 I ; B.0))r''o. Tile TV utmtm Uattua ar. tanhk. 11 H. h* .r.T-I': : =a. 10 MavU :I lad* XMCIIW: to teM hurricane Hood fighting in
I -WlL ; (ABC I M .> tk* .. sts dku TIle Its. ii M.i i II ..*....h. Tt..lr and flood flflumg photo for Pk*. the Ntronnbilil' for preteatinB
-WBAJ.TV' 11'.., Faint B wl' art NMT la MX raspoastbi. tw aa, "'- rmM "illl
(AB\> : ..... ahann II Man OeObns NmTtOO I.tLN"Au\. \ : Ida he rtsged May 8 in Jackvnvillc federally owned and maintained BOTTLERS1'
-4 World Br.4 by the U S. Army Corp rENTER PEPSI.COLA
ItOt Ik No | other faofcratea
II Mcktwatak *
.. floor control works and -
WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY! I Mo4rna. Tlwatra 'Oood" ... of Engineer.

NAYS I MAY T 7 II Tk(*...MoiwyiMMm., Varan* .1, =:: Cr=lon.hip. i Wr 7Uo1 Dwlrkt Efkwocr: Qiloncl H R. cililies by limited the Corn authority of

i lotsrn.tfoul 8.u. Nm Engineer,
MoralafHam San.Mont.. 'if. toast, SUNDAYMAY .- Parfrtt wkl the( Army Engineer to twist local and state govcrn- 1,850OOO.SHOPPING

( M Monday tiMPt) < *aBll t.tO. -4 ItItll
..41-It 8par Ihplotvra (lo.'no') "ore-A linri*. ; nit.r. Outlln) I.' $ 10 moms, upon their wqueM/ when the
"" af An' 11.11 G. exceeds their capability
'no No
-I via ; :;; !MONDiYCtutlnbedIonIl damage
7 Mol.lOaolt la '::00-, M..... "Hlir J..k" bons Mralltil
A Wimp WorldAft 7 Movl. "WklrhMolAflaraoa! I" I't I 1000-7A tr Tw _II Nawa ... WaataatT Dub ,)l. Drab: Colonel Parfnt has invited! rcpr -

Tk* Pwb kt :00-4 Ot t -*-vlHAitnam lilt' -I Bur and Ih. "Writ. M..h, seniativei of the Slats Director
moei% (tama aa Moadar .>**pt) lOiOO 4 A 1 l Central and SPREE
.. the
(Sam u Monday ) .. 1 nt of Civil DifenM
llil_ M.vl.IIM .. Itilt t Movl. "Tk* M..* 2-r:1 floe WrrkIO : I IAANMI Southern Florida flood Control
I lOO--II Movl. "Lad, marfaea- u0-1
>-I Ovwiand Trail 1100-/ lt'r&'r' Oom.d, Tim. Iu30-4 .. the World TTo... Plan-
10 M.vhh30 .> 4i30, -4 Movl, Crima Wav" 1 : Ttao-4 Cartiion-o.vlll. 7 Olrl T.la District, Office of Emergency f
-. Movla 1 .ao'K" 'Ha 'TIp! '4tjt III.... Thal .....* I AjpftaiHur* H.port 1,_ _1-*' nina anJ the Red Crow" to be observer En'y6Iank to every tarter/ > ftps/1/ Patio" Diet CtJa ,
7 Morl.p00I Kmba..y fravalEvaalaf .> ll.ou. -4-I-1-1D ....'". .waai***, ..*... II .,-! aS.-Si1 I the
IA' N_. II Suur4.Testis or "players" during
11 You) Pap llttt, -4 Mavl*. Bird' t.. P....... .lOO-4 000.... rvrltM tZUttASSZf. DMl (IColorl. alI day exercise on May 8 in the

1:41Phos.eropby, ttl -4-t H....., Waatr.*.. Sports ll.au. >.7 "lonlytt. wiu Jl.o O.OD' Cana Mlr: ..a-4 HOOM party Jacksonville! District otfice. I Enjoy the Summer Season
I N..... Watkr II "0.1e. "The ,INN/M f .. I.7 Til. semen
Ennlnr 10 Movl. "Myntvry for Moot.. ..' -1| "1.hl..I.-Varltti o (Jaap.l I c.I ...... II uo3 I. 0- With the hurricane season little
':00-I.I Newa JtporU, W.athr ttIO It tor.rn.ol 4,05-Id, Novlr. N. P \ Mornlnn Playhmii 1:00-0.7: N... With a New "Do" from
I IG Moots I .tit-t 8...uu - I 0_11 Kin Mat III Lli* How.rd and 11'0..... N... more than t month off, the Corp I
:10-11: Commwit Art Orara II N... SATURDAYMAY III II FvaUval of Full ..01... T. t.ll tile Trai of Engineers' will simulate I hurricane

5,40-1. RM H.int. -AJv.ntur. .10-1 I .lkSHMnkb.. lopes S ttJO t, ('I.t...Ufnarrw buy Cal 1-7 I4-1J Lor.tt a...."'*Youn la.pllal, or flood problem and willitject j 8 PARK PLAZA

10 Nwi, W.athi-r Bporta M.nt.rtt0a II ..rlean 1 *t 4 Naw
T New. Walk" P. problem at ,strategic:
II ,N.. .. 11 Ni.hl Lifa' of the Gold Cool ...rf.. .......*, "Oullla. II Pinto >tiat Clar-l 1130td: ,: af Nl hl special
lI'rI-4 WnthorJO It4t.4 Nawa-Walter Vlo...... HUtary of Art' 100-1> TCI" :: I*. LIt.T.t.mlro 1-7 You' Um't Ray (Color) point in the daylong exercise in BEAUTY SALON

4 NOT .., ._Huatlay. 'rIa..., :t'Jtr':::: !:. Ar181d Pone i .II.II 4ii:an for a Oay t an effort la test' itt capability to : :

0 10 H.inllrr-brlllklaf:.; RaplrtSuirarfoot TiOt I, Call-. tk'..11.Doato..... Junetloa. ,,'o0-4 CaUK. N.w.,..o-nllt.. II II C Uw.r. AiaaHeall Lliitiihoiit: 4 a 00 MaWk-4 Cam out.Hlotm function imoothly in times of disaster 317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-283S

It Might Lir on th. Gold Coaal II J Moo.).. "Ola4lalor of R......" 77 I Hopatpn'* Wmu.*.Cauldp: ::tit tJO=:|4 TK Falik* Barr.4 fur TaaaiI Mead 7/.11 Milky Major Moaa Adama*. Club. TralrmMta *. Major office element will OWNER GEORGIA IliRDWICK

S:4W N... Waltw Cnmklt Pauline Pararta 10 Cartoon Carnival, Th. hrl.IOI.h.ro 4,30-4 Monk Jan 14Mak put the emergency operation plan
i-7-Nava.... Huntlay, BrloklayI T130 1-1-HattUlln 4 P..word II N... t Horl.on. of raitk i Koqm i'ifdJ';:: : : into effect and cope with the OPERATORS VFLMA THOMAS BARBARA HUNTER!
I G.II I N. 1,00-Il Cntnaity Tim 10 Bllil,) Talk 7 Movie. >alltn A..I"II. ) j :
7.00-4 Dutk ValUy Dart 0 10.11..00It..hld.n. Fllnltto.. (Color) Tilt-10 -ArniMl K".... an ParadTtao .- It tumnlir Tim ." Mils '....., T..u... ** problems on a speeded-up-clock
6 )lurbt.bnr'y Mound -t Atrlnulturai Report Llvmc Word .itB-* Nw. schedule.; RECFPTIONLSTl RETrY \RDWICK
7 Hut. bilk 10-11 I Tk*Itanna TMII" 1 tarn Club 'i'.1btt, I Iv-il Am.n,.. .*..... _
II 111.1 Art Cars tiM 1.' .. Rwil. 10 Lona Haniar. 10.00, -4 lamp lint Mf rtI 1O.-I Buprrmaiii Since 1130( Florida bat experienced
r> Kllilar
Ti. -4 a.., Prod.Soo.4 rallk for Tod.r "
.30-4 CBS Rrport 190 known itormi
ll-ll My Ihr** Von i; L.r-r.rtrr tropical
Small .
Coral 0 R.ni.r T Bllll
6.7 Tb. Virgins Color) .. Drooraltl.
,00r.r" Manon 10 Hoot of which eighty-two nave been
10.11 AdvanUm of Oial tn4Harrlatt Advntur Ikntr ':30-It ISO Nawil4"litil'lw.w /

It II K Stump..". tka UTool.bliss) I U r."Puurloot. Club OitO HI-.4 rictur Look Do and Uv* !: -t Thla) la! Ihs >glory tl1l6t -" 'J11W\4 classified at hurricanes.

5,00-4 'FYt Haw Color( 11 Mornlti Playhoua ? Klarnal Lit '" than 3,500 lives have been
< More
r.i 1E'J: : .. Duo. .
loll Dub* Show : Show t Ot-II Mornlna PlafhoaM. .It sib). Talk *
1:30: -4 lIu."..... Tk* NiiraaaI tilt,: -II tn.l. bob II 1'... Hmltk 500-4.1 Nwa' WcatlMT" ...... lost during the storms, mainly
it Th. rarm.ri. Dauiht 1 Parry Coma (I.IL.) ..,30-., tpxt Anew 1''._ Cam.ra II ? W.aok. from drowning Past damage to
.! '. Th' L7.1IL) II Bun. Bunny M..vi.*. .."'liirTkat ., ..." 10 Movl" Kin, "look W.... launhIt -
100: -4 Irony BlllblllM .t.u" coastal from tidal
ldl.; Adam .tOO--4 Alvln Show T I MayJnwhk P.. f.. areas, primarily
U T Th atplonyoliIs* Point 1. Bid) C..... (Alt.I 8oatboK| n..b, 10 Worarirat H.u.II Sports. Eitra: Hooding, have exceeded more
-It Topa I. Sports ttlO-It Commie
II Hanjo Billy) laptlil CkyaatII
DM e..*, than $500,000,000) ( Some 450 miles
II P.l r Cunn'ii'liiw1 II Moraine rinykaiaaill 130-4 Univ. of Miami WorkshopS tit-4 Pour War BporM
tiSO, -4 Pick VM Djk II N...' wmUwn 8'oruItlO ., -10 Unel bob Movl. "1\'. s Waadartul Ulf." 11 N.w., Watk.r, Spots of Florida's 850 miles of coastline -
10'00-4 Danny Kar. thru .,i3O-4 tuprinil t 1Ir.t.. af "'I''"* 1t .w
I.7 Fl.,.ntit Hour : -II K.wa. Walk.r t rr..Io.: ,.T Ruff and luddy (0 lorII > 11 Mai for '''&-1.. .tzt-' HI.b_, Patrol contain urban development
It pick PowU ThIN 1101-4 MovlTk.. t4ir* Soalbcr* **4 .11-4 WMthr and much of that development Is
11.11ITODIa' with 10..... .30-4 N...
II Channln Car.ua 11 Boll.r Itorbv Holland
11 tOO-4-1-7-10 Naw WMb., Sports Color) 10:00-4 Qultk Draw McOra I Munllry.KrlnkWy fUport on land subject to severe damage
II N.w.-Bill 8halllltia III Movl) "Bouikikod' t-T Net, H..Uot Color) AltaraaM 1 Nwa, W_.... and destruction during hurricanes.
-4 MovlKlltJO 11 Mar1., II "1'00'.'''' In BeUar. It Nluht LU. on lb. Gold Coat
.' Tool..1 MIh Johnny I tot.-ll liktwatok4tOt lOtlt' -IV tints). Hob 1:00: Front-4 Bold). Cir.ua Journ.ft ",4t-4 N.wa-Walter Cronklt: The federal government, throughthe

I..... (Color' II Movl 10 to-4 Mlnbtr Moms f Combat 1-7-Nawa-Jlvvtlay Brink toy Corps of Engineers, has constructed
110.1. '- ,., XL I HoJort It N.w.-Ron Coelns
II Alumni Pod
,,00-4 Mr. Pd canals, levees and
II Blnrllaht ThratM FRIDAYMAY 11.11 N..). Land
II fbalUnm Coif
I OS_-II Mlcktwauk4iO .ofle t 11 too-4 Km Tin toM 11.21-4 llnolna.ll Rada .*. blladt... 7 I Ripcord J......, Blrlekland Stow trol stations in the central and
II Movto Dannla the Mnae
_._ M.robSow ; 11-11 tnrtoonlaa. taapr Carlo.. 1113oAmainor phi, Fkllllra flourS II TeA south part of the state in an effortto

( .* 110..." writ) 11130., ,-4 Boy Hi/car Poop I. of th. Book ,0-7..aoTo MovieWkll. Toll 'th,.. ralk.r"Trath. harness the damaging effects of
tilt, -4 Sun,,.. ImMtMT, "La..., af )II A....., Pl.... t II Comedy Taos SMMI It.lln.. It.It Out.r Limit critical: storms and the accompanying -
How Oraaa aid 11_." II Branl and ('..rllIll4t ttoo-4 I'.. Got BMM deluge of rain. Primary
too-4 8klrly' Tempts
TtOO II HuttM ... 1.30-| Lucy Show
--II M<.._ TbWm -It Banjo Billy) I N.w York ... tl....lajidt loll War,. Train, Color) purpose of the flood control prop

can .,iOO-4 Movl.. "Bk TW." HUlkwar Patrol ,tOO-4 Danny Th..... ect covering eighteen counties and LOVES TO EAT AT THE
t Movl. "W lrlpoul" PL I AIIt ...._ II Pln..nll (130-4 Andy Griffith
ale- Cookln With Oaa(8am ,iOO-4 Ilk( king _DI......"" 1 I.7 Hollywood: and tb. Stun more than 15,000 square miles of
I Hullwlnbl (Color .1 1 Bmatlwn and. Reload (***rt > It BrMklni Point
._ land u to conserve water during
.... 1 130-It DI..o.I .", 14
t II
Youth and the I. McHala Navy
I learnto ( u Monday.. ......&) ItiOS, -It lollm rrofll \ l.... Md A.._ 10,00-4 NakM City rainy periods for water supplies SNACK BASKETUS.
tilt *,00 11 11I0.., "B. .,
-t Movl Moontld. II BUM Bunny Bellkopi" .-, Mllrk MHUr and for agricultural needs during
I tot-It 11I0..., "Tk kalnt. I. Pain U30: -4 Uncinnall Rada n.. PklladrN II Olrtetlona 10.1Snoting point
1I..rI.. phi. PhllllM. .B-4 rhlladalplilk. Phllllaa v*. 10,30IIr.ad., ..., OOM LaUn periods of droughts As a result
4.ao--4: 110... "Wo 01 O..bo" '.7 N. V. Yank M VI CWv.lmi. (,.hl.... Cuba 11 tOO-4-I-I-1I-1I N...., Wath.. three large reservoirs or conserva. NO. 1 AND COLORADO AVE. AT 7-2153
? 1 M..I.. "It_ 0, W..hln..n Indiana 1UO-4 Sparta 8PMUI. IWtcrtl Baort

pray Hqu.. I* Ulaeovtrl. In Seine* Dlevnr 44II 11.28ho.. 'Crwn Or... of 11',. lion areas have been created in __ __ __ __ _
1,44, 4 Kln. of Ik. Lana II Amrtan BandiUnd Uurl ..d Ev: omen I the south Florida flood control n
l>4*-4 (...._ 8..1_ tilt-1, 1101.) ..* SiOO,. -4 {rhwkmat 1ors..., "Ad..nt..... .la Baltlmora"
III HtirklflwrrT Hound I too-..' lianiennan i T PrmpaeUv MI (Inatnns. II BlarliBht Thtr project. In addition, Army Engineers -
'I1IE TRt1TII II '10.1... Waathaa, ...... in Mavwlrk 10.It, Mnvl. Th. 141...... U,50-1, MovlaI.Ot also' are raising the Herbert
Evnlnf. II Know Your Blbl t,SO-f MU N... Loon: -14 Kpanlah N..*
IN THIS .,00-4-1 N_.. kvort. W*.t1. 1,3_1 Phllaildnhla.", v*. MllwauVwId 11 Top Star HowHnij II Nlirhtwatch Movi. Hoover dikes surrounding Lake Too Much
4,00 4 Hmnnwya 4iOt, It Movl Okeechobee that the lake
Nawa. Waathw Wrwtllny)) so can
cnEATBOOECAN 0 Moo).. Ulak Blaln" II Know Your Pubis rmpl* of.the Book ... "" ""
safely contain water to meet
I !I 10-11 Commant oo-l Htar end the Story I Combat TU"ED"AY" for
ID .olf Touitiam.nt STOPpaYing
Wateh Mr Wliard demands of modern society.
TEACH 1 10 II B.)...* All Stara MAY II
Katurday Hop
in of this
U TBAi30 4HO 4 Twantlath Co.II.rf Training protection
you TO PRAY I, 4 Bold Jouriuy I Rumlay Morningtit vast $380,000,000! project which Insurance
I lr Anc.lta '.. CAI...* 7 Combat -4 Rnnrla. gmat r, "01ttJI o.I *fth
i. about 38
EFFECTIVEITTon 19 111'A It BctenF All Star Hlatonr of Art" per cent complete,
t MOVE *...-? MnmanU nl Sports S'U-, 10.... .. _10 Molly Turn* along with state harbors infra-
J'00- .4 Kurf.i.l. 81I < 1,00-4 Mold V..laNI. ':SO-II Hom.m.k.r. Pan
out: lew how to pray ChnmM .bip WrailUnl .' Wild Klndom 11.tOO-4 Mo.... "falm ttwch Ito," ,coastal waterways, beaches, and

bow to commune with Got!. *11,30UK TBA Done l'10.11 P-II Troll..oo.All Pm Snonb.ard .. 7 Movlt, Kentucky ft' I other facilities built by the Army $54.00 A YEAR BUYS THIS $61.0 A YEAR BUYS THIS
: : Aftarnool(9am will be the
bow to lute for His 1 Cloud 1 Thratr 530-0 Bold Vntur. .. Engineers primary purpose -
. .
gvU- ( aa Monday tt
I OK. Bawl $8,000 Home
...00R"ttlo'01' a- Collrt I [ of the flood fighting operalion $10.000 Home
Ice: if will read y011R ter T. Illu* Aai.laIt 110'11-1 Movl.. Datu-a Lltlkt Lady"too4
jo M Hurt and th. pony the district said $3,200 Content
I 10 Rnlfer l..... and ......* LOT. of bit engineer Contents
prejudiced MLU ao.N Derby II Top Star Bowline III Mover. "M01 her Car.y'. Chicken "Through this -ordi.
receptive 18 World of KporU, exercise, co $800 Rent Exp $1,000 Rental
j tat 7 Camr 7 .,,-4 Movlo, "Harac.n BId. .,"
thought the truth lDU fte4 t,30n..fI.ld(niunnliuiahlp, ) Wmatllnf) ::i4t::II flahlnl,; w..u.... Sport 7 110... Rcarl.t Coot" $25,000 Liability $25,000 Liability

kthYgrt f3ook.3deaaad ', --lt.7 Mr. NotakIT .. II n.hL.a. Wathr, tport B 00- -10 Th.. Funny Company $500 Medical $500 Medical
lt 11'011..1.. ... 110-5 Krula (Idaf,0
Mr Novak
Health with Key to the Sal,. our 10.11 World of Sports CvMlnft.OO EVER TIME A FOREST $250 P.D. $250 P.D.

.!30--I luta v..... -1-7 Mot lb. Pr... (Color) E..ln
RAyIONIr / $50 Class
mitt by Baler ... $50 Class
Mary Iddj. 1 Hliik Road to DanitrEvonlnf It Miami Pours Conf.rano* *-.4-1 N. ..Wtbw. Bport FIRE STRIKES,
It thunplopahlp IIrId.to .. ll W tl/dty
: : fb.
Yo* My md er borrow 1 *tOO-4 N.., Sport., W.atbI .. :lOt-It W:.. . 5111-7 YOUGET
Science and teMld .T N... nn. 111, Cmwnt '
Health free el .a- Hawaiian 1C:,. 10 All-Pro KooMboarlI.JO 'ill-' Shunt .. Premiums Are Outside City Limits;
4 Hawaiian
charge M OiriMn I Kraitlurtd Illebnnntlooh Ky 10 N.... Wtb_. 'twitII
any Science ? I rV.rlur.il I'll....* -
Reading Room. The \CHANNEl 10 Menlo. Plyln. Lo.th..........." T Florid Foruim 1,21-NM 4 Waatnar
1,10 Education C.ploak It Hoot.non, .,30-4 N.... No Charge For Liability On
I book CM purduied it Fed ,00Monttw..1, It -NlrhUa.4 Laa.1 en(o.t.IOol4: CoaitTiOO I Huntlay-Brlnkkry .......

.r blue MASTER T Hlmrrapbr I.' Bill 11... Show I' Annual NoticeNew
grec binding M $Sand II Hliikwair Patrol II JiIhtrLlf* of the Gold COM Boats and Motors

will be tent pottpiud oa TiJO> Frontier-4 Jacklo CI..Ulraao..:. : ,:fowilIi: .,,.*Wathr Martiaat "i4-4 Now*-Walta* 0........ and Used T.V.'s

\ "GoldenCross .7 Walt Dlonq <0**"t TIuO.N-/MRid Swimming Pools -
W check
receipt *r money T The Llontonant' 10-11 Imp' ) Bktlto Now Being. RelwmMlOver

CII"dcL, .11 Hoot nann. .100-4 kd tnlllvaa) thaw I Tad. tlarM.vt. 50 !Models
,'Fire"Installing ,30Th. UrhndrmI .i30-1.7 OHndl 7 Blood and Rand'It

10-11 Jay I.."I.h............ Walk ,10-11 Arr.it and Trial II Pntpourrl TRA To Choose From REARDON INS. AGENCY

Christian Science powerful Golden 11,00-. 1.7 Mnvla. "ExiKMillva: Biilta1* I.:OO'-Bosoms 4 tUfbrlly Oam 7,30-04 Mr Novak $25.00 Mid up
.30--< Phil Rllvara loll' Comb.1

I'S\ Cross Fire I it actually like moving I 1.ilN 10 .Hollywood.4 tlunamokn0.3O10 Paluw Varlrtr I 8.JO,. --4 4. Candid Mule l .In Comm AirilOtOO .. Soo-4 CIt," Rio. Show, "NI.b' and the RANDALL'S RADIO & TV 287-3262 Krueger Bldg. Stuart

BEADING your TV set miles nearer the UntouehablMIt 1 T A Th mrion. Halnt ._......"" ... t..3_t You Don't Ray (Color) lobe Sound 546-5191
Th MrFitld.'
tation. You'll see sharper clearer Deputy 10 Movl, "Th. Hpanlih ".In" Ifl.1I. Nary
\U ROOM 1 .
Oi4S" -10-11 Maka That (pan _1.' Rlrh.rd 1100.. 8b.
It TBAi0
I Oa.aia.m ictyrcs( on all channels I 10 U -TBAu,084..1.4 Wkat* Mf LlMt. lull I'olor)(Ir.alat Show so Earth j."A.V) ,!,".U). rl ').":'V.u."J.u') !. .'i \ 'f'.r.,; .,'"""T<
\ DEHON BUILDING Wilcox-HardyTV -l/ 1>10.... Watkr .**... .7,11IJ..k Dlok PowU Bonny naattwKiOO

282 FLAGLER AVENUE II Nowaltlt -4 Carry Moor* tibow tI
4 Movie, "Tn. Cow and r
.., .
hours: Monday through Friday Zenhk CEDcaltf I Movl. "11.4 and the b.o.otlfuY'It Roll TvUpkon Hour......
Mlaail lnav) .i4 1-7 Andy! Wlillnm. (alb ) (oolorV
10 am. 'ul 2 p.m.I Phone AT 7-3242 mrI II Oov.mm.nt of the *_l* 10.|| Th. Fulllu.11,00d4.7 W..u..Ita

I Saturday, 10 am. 'til 12:30: p.m. SR 707 Irimen Beach t::-ll II Mliktwalok.ovw i!*. t H*. A 11,10-0.Noma-lNM4. Watk* *rtII. < I FIRST I II

- - .a S4 Movl.*. 'tlpac* Way."

MONDAYMAY 11,30-t-t Tonuiht wii* tvuutf CarMovl. : -
Almost Everyone Listens To II *a
141 ... "Juk loa Hhytko" i
WSTU CHRISTIAN SCIENCE M.rsboBt001.1 ; It BurUnkl. Tkartr.IJ.SO .
RADIO STATION -11 HpaaUk N.w.I,0. .
CoatiunUI CIwr ell I
RADIO SERIES .tit-4 lutul.a 8.m..tr, "La..., *fGraw 4iO :II It Movl.Nirktwatok Loris MORTGAGE
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_I j ..._ RADIO STATION WSTU I-T Coatin.ntaJ ClaaantoM. |lOoIwl WEDNESDAYMAY I
.i4O-II Bimna* Wkolat U
i c"Y: lb.I.r.'TIRDAY! EACH MONDAY 7115 P.M. .i<-i 4 N... la tMolakt :
..119 1nwo A"I raM OTNDIT10M1 ......1.. Almaxa* M.i;;;;;,
M'fA'1'F7 NINt: AND 'Jol'l'HER' 1Ii"a.'UII. ..U-tl )i_.. Waark

10. U..A"II.l'ONSNN N.w, n.rf ..., ..... 1554 ...1. ',4>>-4 Provo Vlayhoua I ',>>-(8"I "Today, .. Sip:y .._.) i
,... "....... .. 7,45 0 TlmoTO RCA VICTOR 1-1 Today ':00-4 Movl, "Tim. Ru..I.., Oul"
ft0 4

..,.. :Il.Ea thrr ::;:: % :lI"1 : :::... 11 It C.C*.Nwl..., r TtMTtM ,,iSO 7 Movl.-It' A"Kwitway-Woo Wrl4. I C 1 -

I l.ra1.rois..t see aid I.iM NalUul flesSMONDAY -II But blot fertott A/a..sa r
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Warriors Win on Rio' \))\' "OR 1 RII' {. buck Br>.on j is le"'I''I.I'III' trom I 'IJmrKIay, Slay 7. 1964 3CMr
he NEWS M.iv t II I is the big day for two I surgery
I Stillman MacKay of Rye
Track and Court
11. MRS ANNA MINEAR, Correspondent Phone 74M64J we links Jupiter cot pie:*, Mr. andMrs I Mr. ]M Norman Nevad, Eric Drive been" ill Irt !St: .Miry's JUpilnl' ) tot
L 1"1f"' -"'" I_ luptrr won a deceive vlciontv I ; Mans;: Mr*. Warren Bogart
.,i\ other South Atlantic 'on.. mil\ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love several days i II at home in the of New York: Miss Hertha! Bogart

Saunderson Discusses Job Kroner. trick teahis tau week with Robert Drive who were the grand Utii'l Klityo cottage on U. S. I I. pf West' Turn Beach and Mr. and
Drainage I
pare winner in a contest i"p'n- Mrs Hubert Rose' of Bayhead
Qanm Mill rind ten Bocmurt annul I firm. I the beginning' of she I summer l
.. hy a trading stamp N. I. and Deerfield Beach.
In Southern Part of Martin I \} leading in Scorls.Nest The young people will to I semealer marked the return to the
CountySouth t" tecord wire cMahlisbedn New >York on Monday May let for University of Florida ol Skipper Mr. and Mrs. L B. Clark and
(thinly in Put Anderson and Bitty Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Walter EgnnfiiNkee -
and ofsightseeing
Martin t thirteen of fifteen events in the : breakUsl at Surdis a diy llond! !. Paul HanUv has nliirncdU Street lust week in
County Property engine Is available for the pro-I tn in the city In the lute spent
C"04.leSlnJium.' with I I I Florida State
meet at lorencc S. C
Owner Association
; back
met t Thuhday tection of homes In the nlternoon they will fly to
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evening at the 'I k hipper' making eight of the ecorls.boas l Miimi for dinner at the loniamMean Rohcrl
community room section Philip Rahmer and William !. o C Mr. and Mr (hrslencn -
the I00ard dash in I The second l busies port of entry
with President William A. Wilder ran and their son Daniel l\Mtht| .
Kargoll were appointed to I 'lit second flat setting. new mark Their will rcnnm in Miami have returned to Florid!:i Stile In the country IH Honolulu where
in charge of the meeting. spearhead a drive for i buildingfor and Boatman set new hot and I Beach as guests of the hotel and University here: Mr. (hrstcn I more than 100000( ) person ira

Martin County Commissioner the machine and a staff M t Man discuss records Benny MmfieUl sight-see, there sen i I. an Instructor I checked annually by the Immi-
John F. Saunderson. whose dls. It II ran the 440 In U.7: Gregg Mock graion Service I ,
(trict Include the southern part of I broad-jumped :20! )' 7';; Robert \\ il. HIRI; .VND 1IIFRF Mr and Mrs Alfred \\eiks h.lvebeel1 I
the county, told the group! that t Saunderson also explained that hums won the 120-yard high hurdles host U> many ot their north ; '
drainage m the Tropic Vista area the delay on the crossing lights Is r 1 I ill 16,\ t the 8811 yard; teals: Mr and Mrs A. 1... Jhn'lrlldent'rtaln.d crn friends during the pint I two /- or The Best In .

would be solved with the openingof due to the fact that the strike HFlFNtLY NSrALLFH:' officers of Jupiter.Tequ! tumor team of Paul Osso Pete Broedeli at dinner \\ednesday \\eiks Among these visiting' ,the
I ditch to the river. the right- bound Florida\ East Const is in Woman Club are left l tit right: Mrs H. A, Nissmith ,"cadent: ferry Robert! and Mills turned in evening when their "e'ltere: Weeks' home on the I lorihitchce' Rug CleaningCall
of-way for completing thin Bona IIIInllolIlYet Mrs Donald Haizllp Vice president; Mrs. Jack I'.lalh" uirre i time of I MJ: .* and the sprint\ MrJohnruJ's brother and miter River were Mr and Mrs ward
structloit having been obtained crossing problem medley quartet, of O .o. Broutell. I .m-Km. Mr and Sirs W S. Watt of Greenwood. Conn.: Mr
The Saunderson said I II spending secretaaryt Mrs. Ralph Bailey recording esi I u' and Mention Lancaster. Pn Com
from Harry Aichcr of Jupiter The! money (Chuck Willis and MannificlJ was : and Mrs. Elwood Kijmlls ot
date for completion I is set for Aujt. available for the gale" and will Mrs. Robert Shirer treasure*. clocked at 2095.: manLier and Mrs. A. J. Carlseon We'lt Dennis, M iss. and Coral I WARREN'SAT
I I I. Saimderson said. He also' stated! be used a$ MOOn as the! court cases Footon won the role that plans are being completedfor are settled vault George 10' 8"* for Jupiter and Mr. Roger Urowtl and Mr forio of Mamaroneck N. Y and 7.m!

badly needed work on\ the roads the association adopted a char. Junior Women InstallAtJupiterTequesta The at Group 8-B final original and Mrs n'J I Charles I Sweeney Palm Beach ol f I Hollywood: Mr. I Jlf'\f '_':*__sister. --

t In Jupiter River Estate :unanimously I and It will be sent ly scheduled for Fort !I'.hen t arc and un Mr. and Mr. Victor Turklngton -;
It wa announced that i fire! lo Tallahassee to he recorded.Local to he decided this week at Palm of
of Beach
Delray formerly
Bench High with Jupiter, Pnhokcc. .
aiea registration was discused Mountain takes.
Candidate for office: were ('Iewl ton. Alva Boca Raton t;..
VALENTINE'SBOOK also heard by the members The erglade Pine Crest of Fort Lauderdale Recent visitors at the home of

& RFCORD SHOP association officers expressed disappointment 1 aBcllo and Immokalee Mr and Mrs. A. L. Johnsrud,
that. In spite of eov. Mrs H Alva Net+mith was installed Haizlip, Kir*. Willum Stewart competing for the trip to thd Ovate I oxnhnMue River were

329 Fast Ocean Blvd erage by the press and door-to- as president of the Jupiter Mrs. Noonan, Mrs Iward FcurIcm meet at ()aine ville. Mr. anti I Mr \'Roudb ml100,

CLOSED ALL DAYWFUNESDAYS door notice" more of the property Tequesta Junior Women Club Mrs. LuJwu-k, Mrs Love Jupiter baseball Warrior heal Point, Pleasant. N. J.; Mr. and Mr. CRUISEFROM

t owner were not present.. Officer on Thursdiy evening. Mn T. W. George and "Mrs. Richard Moore Haven I l3.J'' early in the WillirJ Taylor. Rxkaway Valley -
Beginning May 6th "*, William A. Wilder president, Mulready as h.NC"CI for the week and triumphed over Paho Boonlon, N. J.: Mr and Mr.
For the Summer Leonard Sojkfl;vice president, John Mrs Louis Wolfe, past District evening. Lee on Saturday 1.:2! to win I the H R. Wilson Ntountiln Lakes. N.
Bishop. secretary;treasurer; a n dRay 10 director installed Mrs. Ne* Group 7-U baseball championship J.: Mr. and Mrs Earl I ooinlsPelhun .
j Cejmer and James Green director smith and also Mrs Donald C. They will meet Boca Raton this Manor N. Y., Mr. and MIAMI ANY TIME
*. were directed to set up Haizhn. vice president; Mrs. RalphE. Attends District week In the Region 4.B finals. IrW.. S Mershon, Lancaster,
regular meeting dates to be ---- Pa.: Mr. and Mrs Frank (i. Sinser -
pre Bailey recording secretary)
sented to the members.Travelers Mr. Jack 1 D Mathews, correspond Garden Five Itend Scout Wayne. Pa.: Mr and Mr.
ing and Mrs Robert E. Meeting John Stephens and OF YEAR !
secretary ; Courses 'h oilln;
Training ;.
Home Loan Talksby Elect Shirer, treasurer. in an impressive I Mr and Mr, I and
Mr. Folmer Sorcnson presidentof their daughters.: of Uncnsier
candlelight ceremony. I MM Roy S. Rood vice president
Executive committee member Traveler Palm durdin Chits. I of the Palm Glide 0I I t I II Mr. and Mr. William S. Mer Every Friday p.m.

don Iiei'old State DelegatesMrs installed in the ceremony at the attended the District 10( presidents' I Scout Council accompimcd: : ('ClunI shun. who have !been spending ,the 7.DAY CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160
Jupiter.Tequesta Teen ('cnterere\ conference Florid' Suite Garden I ell President MM Samuel Munal winter nt Harbor Point and have

William Jacques. Pen n Mrs. Carl Comolli, program and Club. held at lake Worth 0 n an of West: t Palm Beach. to Si many friend I here, have returnedto (Includes SHIP AS YOUR HOTEL..AND ALL MEALS)
publicity: Mrs Daniel I Hall hotrital Friday Petersburg; this week for a CurlScout their home In 1 Lancaster, Pa
It compels Park entertained the board of director's ly and telephone: Mr. George Mr. Alfred Butler. I ake Worth I training course for presldciiti .
of Travelers Palm
Garden way and mean; Mrs. District 10 director presided at I and vice president Master Robert Bryson has been COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED
''V'f'e' to rvo Club at & luncheon and swim party Charles Love, fine art and inter. the meeting which was held at The course under the directionof visiting his gnndparenlt Kir and

on and Monday Mrs Folmer' Sor.en.oh national affairs; Mrs. David De- Studebaker Hall first Congregational the tondit Institute of Continuing hire George!: Southard,.. Riverside i LUXURY STEAMSHIPARIADNE-'
Mrs Austin
/ listed Lyman as Ruzzo projects. community affairs !, Church. Mrs Frank Hiwctt University Studies, will beheld
the hostess
I public affairs and conservation of Minim state t president; Mrs at Plnetla CcnurMM .
rb Mrs. .Sorenson' and Mrs John of national resources; Mrs. 1 Charles Blanchnnl stale first vice Ethel Smith of Boynton

v Arsenault will be delegates to the Joseph! Akin, parliamentarian; and and Mrs Carroll O. and Mr*. Ruth Kessler of West I BEER
state convention In Hollywood on. Mrs. Peter Noonan, American Griffin. Pensacola, stile second Palm Beach ire aka making the WINE,
May 13, it was decided The alternates home life and youth conservation; vice president were honored guests I trip to take a trainers course.
are Mr. James Kelley and Mr*. Wolfe was presented an at the meeting at which the Town while Mrs Don Schir of Vero LIQUORSFree
, Mr*. Alfred Weeks. old charm bearing the dote of the and 'ountry dardcn Club of Lake Beach, will go for a neighborhood ([very cabin with private+ bathroom facilities: )
Mrs Sorenson asked that all new Jupiter-Tequecta Club's fed Worth was the hostess club chairman training c( ursc.
Yearly reports be given at the eration and the club Initial, for Workshop <(
May 5 meeting when the officer her memento bracelet conducted on topic! of Interest Gardeners Visit Ice Cubes
for the coming year were elected Curds followed the installationwith including one on birds by Mrs.
Others present at the Monday Mrs Bailey. Mrs Donald Graham King of Delray Beach: Fort Lauderdale JAMAICA
A home meeting were Mrs Henry Seifert : Riccardi Mrs Mathews. Mrs on world gardening by' Mr*. A. D.
good Mrs. Walter J Paschal!. Mrs An. Brittmham of Lake Worth; and Traveler Palm Harden Club
drew Minis Mrs Frank DOW, Mrs. on pointers to olflccr. by Mrs numbers and their Due t* from DIALATT
loan is Meyer Lefkowitz. Mrs Troy EleclTomAlfes I Butler and Mr. Homer Gwinnof S. lhaven journeyed lo Fort Laud (Ocho Rio ft Kingston)
a Wood, Mr*. William Lewi Mrs Jaycees Boca Raton. erd ile on hursday for an mspic with a fun day lit NASSAU tn route.
Lynn Smith Mrs. Hugo Busch Mrs G 3. Leonard told of the lion of gardens.
Sailing every other Friday, Spjn. i iAlternateFrdii..CnilMto
sensible"debt Mrs Wllliani Engelman Mr. How Blanche Coventry Nature Course, Mrs Wilbur nlclhnm, visiting) I*

...... .,. ard Morton Moth Edward Pearson. which has been endowed us a helpto gardens, ehuirmqh..wu. id., chirgi ( !
r '
Mrs James Payne, Mrs Fred Wilson all who work with children of the jaunt .by )bus, which wa; PUERTO RICO and tilt VIRGIN ISLANDS)
and !Mrs. Ray Hansen Jupiter Jaycccs, elected officers i whether in Scouting Parent Teaih attended by InlrlyMWven ,garden
for the coming year at their Thursday cr Associations or any other organization enthusiast. The gardener visited
II night meeting for children'S work the Burdens at Patricia Murphy
Monthly payments on a loan on Tom Allen was elected to sue Course are given free a* an aid Candlelight, restaurant, where, they 1100FREE
a home are the backbone! of the c e e d President Bill Magrogan to instructor II had lunch.
saving program of many people Other officers elected to carry on Mr John W, Hunscy of Stuart They spoke with pleasure of the
the work for next year were; Dale gave; an outstanding report a* dis 1 orchid display in the garden and
But be sure your investment is Bledsoe. first vice president! Bob I trict landscape chairman the! banked pink caladiums in the

basically a good one. That why Emery. second vice president; t In the state project: to plant trees pntlo Following luncheon they ,
It's wise to get your loan from an Bruce Gravnt treasurer; Olin C.Hershberaer .. during Ihe year District 10 r*. toured the Fxotic Garden.
bid experienced home loan Institution state director; ported that 6.587 trees had been DELIVERY
like First Federal Savings of Robert retpat Snow Jr? Vic planted in the district area IOU( 1 \SUAI.L STARtS
Vero Beach tor Schott If Alva Ncssmiih!! and of them in the Jupiter area The Three baseball league. Pony.
William Magrogan, directors emphasis in tree planting has been Little t and Minor' are opening: play
They know property values all .: :, Plan were made for Installation placed on flowering trees at the K I win is Recreational Park ,

over this area and they Investigate -' ceremonies at a dinner at the Travelers Palm Garden Club this week HOLIDAY-
a property thoroughly hefore JupiterTcuucsta Hunt Club 0 n received a certificate of ur/prcci I.mle League pluy open with I
ation from the Diamond Jupiter
they lend on it A loan by them on May 23.The state organization Garage facing II I IAll
familiar "Jaycees at Work" for its assistance in landscaping the Lions; Minor I League l with Community -
think it I Is
a home mean they a signs were evident at Ledfords late headquarters in Winter Park federal against Jones Drug tost! .class..modem, svrimmhw pod..,entertainment
good risk for them and that mean Standard Servire Station on Alter Mrs. Sorenson was alto elected lo On Saturday night at 7, the program..fine food and tervlce No vracc natloui,\ no passport
j It I I. a good buy for you. i nate AlA on Saturday when the 'serve on the nominating committee Pony League opener will he Paul required for U.S. of Canadian citizens, 200 fcs
installing seatbelts for District 10 officers for Stand ird against Thomas Duly
You Can- save on a loan I young men were baggage allowance.
money '-. of their best known 964.65. the slate to be presented and Trl-Southern meeting Flower .
'... there, because! they allow you to I project. 'at the fall meeting Mrs Edward Grower. Stuart team Join the Writ for nEt color Irtckftt, Dejrl 113
1 reduce total interest cost by ihak' Schmidt flora Beach and Jupiter and Hobo Sound T
fl group tn rrarTRAYtl AGENT NOW.f0SmdM! ; !?
;> lag advance payments on your loan Club Plans Mrs, G S Leonard of Fort Puree in the league play.
when you are able I are serving with Mr. $orenson. LIQUORS EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES ..o.
For Coming Year"The Mr. and Mr* Donhuber,
...,; First Federal Initial loan costs Now fs the time Mr and Mr. William Surich. who spent the winter on Third hats, A. uioii vin L r. a M!" -...*in tnotmwtoM
are low and are slated definitely in 1 Problem of Mousckeepng Ocean Road have returned to their Street' Jupiter 'Height. have returned 1.1.1000.ti7i>.n?rnCMKMO :::Itlllrll 0461 '
advance and their interest rates are I to give Mom an was the topic of a talk given home in Khmeheck, N. Y. for the to their home in Red Hook, NEXT TO KWIK CIIEK III toaoJ, n kale SUMn F1rat _

; reasonable by Ken Nolen president of Nolen ummer N Y.
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[IELGINIIWi an'i Club at its luncheon meet
...t...n IM ..* h.m4 .* M noses I ing Tuesday.
FidmJ SvlB.. ..< & luar.M .
:::> .kr the Car..ala,. v.. ..r art- M _r Cnitist Viluis h Nolen told of the many Inwctre't'
'1 .... SIN ."Y _.YN YJ .H Yr that are especially: active In In
=> a..t n UY ...... 100 furs il foil ffitcnnaklRi! the spring and summer months Every Prescription'A .

::; (Copyrighted 1964)) Members of the executive boardof '
the club were hostesses! for the
luncheon with Mrs. Frank Hub- a' j ,

WANT bell welcoming the member and
Rt" guests. Game followed the program
I A COMFORTABLE : r Odd Priceless Ingredient.4
Mr*. Alvin Butterfiekl newly-
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elected ,president' entertained at

=i If VM ..... lnMi.>V.. Iaaa %. luncheon for the executive: board .) ",..; ''::1 ,..
b.IM. kur *r L.m. r "r last week when member workedon '
Mk M Flrtl Fy.r.l .1 Vm $ for the
V < > hi m, plan coming year
..ntkl* Utlallamta. a.We... ''t The Thrift Shop, Fern Street ,eo
un t nu. of the of discus
was one topics
Pnonet Vero Beach MI-2J7J: sion. It was brought out that the INTEGRITYPIIICBIPTIOl
shop needs used, but not misused, ,
I articles for sale It M open on Saturday .

Member of the board ire
J FIRST FEDERAL Mrs Donald Davk. Mrs Charles!

Kalis, Mrs A. J. Green Mrs J. .d e
SAVINGS ft: LOAN Howard Cox, Mrs Edward Waler-
A. Startle.17 Jewell,. ..N.tu.r
ASscxJTIONINDrAN ; .ahla.h. ..... .t2'.11 bury, Mr*. Paul Hanley, Mii The most important single ingredient, the
Louis Balla h. Mrs. Edwin Pedersen -

Ilk Csrias3M.Etetinttyfashlaned, Mrs. Eric Kriebel, Mrs. 1. t t dependability ot your pharmacist. Rely on
RIVER COUNTY 17 Jew".. .. ... .t".S J. Meska. Mrs. Edwm Arnold,

t 2045 I4lh Are. Dial S6Z-J373 C. ManMlle Ctaudttte-luxunoui Mrs Edward Pearson, Mrs. Vernon t I us for precise interpretation of the formula,
and Mrs. M. Neld-
\n. Beach Florida 14 kt said.\-r.l. ?:$100,at nt hardtNAVY Birong accurate measurements fresh chemicals and

Free Parking oti 15tk AteiM ,

:t HOURS 9 to 3 daily, eieept Wed, > alt KteM/ ram. M. tic CRITICAL MAN LIST OFF '' sanitary conditions.

Mutay, lo It Open S to 7 Friday WATCH &6m-1M TEAM TOlJIie
Clawed AH Day JoseplSimonet of the United
evening. Slate Navy LORAN Station, who

I Saturday. PAT SULLIVAN was seriously injured in a motor
Seal Thetr accident last week, has been airlifted
Where Cwhwwn to the United Bates Public
Frlnda" JEWELER AND Health Service Hospital at Savan

GEM CUTTER nah. Ga.Simonet.
327 EAST OCEAN BLVD. who lost a leg In the 622 COLORADO AVENUE Ample Free Parking DIAL AT 7.3443
" accident is recovtnng and to l
.s . DIAL 217-2004 longer on the critical IM.AtLW 1161


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Thursday, !May 7, 1964 Inside Look at


Published every Thursday at 111 East Oran Boulevard t
Stuart, Martin County, Florida Poverty Behind I

Entered u second-class mail matter at office at
post! Stuart Florida The
A Brave of opinions expressed 3.rel thoM er'a
MEMBER OF: FacadeWE f the writers. If letters er'x
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION are printed above a nom de plume
but never without The New know
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION HOPE that President Johnson! realize ing the .
name of the writer. Utters
AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS that poverty is relative and wages war on alt I sent 10 anonymously are filed

CORDON LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS' Editor sorts while he is at it. In the wale banket.-The Editor. w>t


MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, 4.50 per year; two years RIGHT HERE in Martin County we have IO THE ANIMALS I"

J8.JO. (Subscribers living part of the year In Martin County may pay at these rates) many families without swimming pools. Some Editor President Stuart News:; .Ja..

Anywhere else! in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years 9.50, have not had pools for so long that the older of picking Johnson's! recent act
up his little beagle by ;JJIf
Six months $2.75, three months $1.75. members are resigned. Oh sure, they wished the ears has made world news. It sA. "irlt -. ... iO. .
Foreign and Canadian rates on application for years that they would wake up some morn is unkind and painful to pick up .:is:( .,,.. a.rt
leg and find a brand new pool out in the backyard ;any animal by its ears. It is also -
but the days. the months and the slow unkind to slap an animal across

Millions Are Being Spent years passed and now they have practically given its but face a and little-known ears. This man+is done can often do

|many acts of unkindness and it
up.CAN goes by unnoticed.

RICH, prosperous, thriving Americago Such acts as dropping small,
Count Your
Blessings in on piling up material wealth and ignore i scrawny, flea-infected puppies and
I : those members of its society who, through no kittens at the city dump to

: Roads and Bridges Work fault of their own, don't have swimming pools? \"scrounge" around for food is one.
The very little ones with their

IN PARTS of the country every home has i still closed are not eeyhserounae" to

: : In case you missed them in the flood of Palm City to the Warfield Highway, but along a pool. Don't think that the pool-less folk in I I perish. for anything, but simply

political ads in last week's forty-page Stuart came the bust of the boom and the great de Martin County don't know that In these day Or take
of the hit
,, :: News, there were three progress announcements pre!>lion. Pine trees and underbrush begun to of LIFE and LOOK magazines and TV I in ,run person who case leaves his victim-and'

that continued the story of Martin Courtly ., thrive on top ol the "grade," which became a every living room, even in rural backwaters ,along the highway in the hot sun
i phenomenal growth. sand trail mostly used by fishermen, campers like this we are informed. Even the poorest of
One was a $765,999 contract awarded to and hunters. our poor know that every American is entitled 1 No time of course, to report the

Scott Construction Company, Inc, of Thomas- Stop culling it "Martin Grade;" it will soon to a.pool i accident to humane authorities.

__ ville, Ga., to build .a> modem bascule bridge be what it was originally designated, "Martin These ere samples of cases that
ESPECIALLY do know could have been handled humanely
and its approaches on Jensen Beach causeway, Highway named in honor of Governor John we it when our j r
neighbors by a veterinarian if the
in. That' what ,
This structure will be 930 feet long and will W. Martin, founder of the county. put one happened j had person
to Ronnie P. Watkins the other day and we in- Just t taken a little time and .
rise high enough at its center to allow the great Revival of ranching and farming resulted j tervlcwcd him to find out just how it felt effort. Add the case of the lovely
majority of Intracoastal Waterway boats to pahlunder in the county clearing the grade und, in Litter J young red hound who was paid M .,. I
it without necessitating raising of the years "marling) and scraping it," but it look MR. WATKINS is small-town for her loyalty by being shot full
the average of buckshot by her so-called "mas .. .
big upsurge of citrus in western Martin businessman -- -- --"'
the of
draw.When manager one of our ."
large craft do pass! under, there will, County following the Big Freeze of 1962 to markets. (In deference to him- "I still supert haves These are only a very few of THE GIFT SHOP in the main lobby of Martin Memorial Hospital is a convenience to visitors
be a modern double-leaf electricallyoperatedbascule point out the vital need for modernizing my pride" he who wish to take something to the patient they i but I
kept repeating stubbornly-we the cruelty cases that are broughtto are visiting, just didn't have time to stop on the
spun to expedite their passage. This I Ia is road. Tied in} with this will be other roads ofa are not giving his real name, his real job or the, the attention of the Animal way. Mrs. Van Smith, here manning the shop prefers that the visitors stop right there.
far cry from the .old hand-operated bridgesection "farm to market" nature, the new Allapattah proper names of his family members.) 'Rescue Leaiue. They make no _
which so often delayed traffic on the Highway from Indiantown to the coast and the headlines, just heartaches. Will

old wooden span. new Glades Llu-off Road from the Farmers'i' OUTWARDLY Watkins appears to be Rogers said: "It is great to be great fall? If they don't wait, they'll PLANNING TO !MAKE ..
There was the story of the granting of a Market at Fort Pierce to the Warfield Highway.Add prosperous. He works hard. He puts a good but its greater to be human." I merely be trying to railroad it THEIR HOME HERE:
contract for $989,839 to Cleary Brothers Construction to this a $600,000 extension of thW up ame sure he also meant humane, LET'S LAUGH
e front. He and his wife, Mabel, and their four through again when a !large part E Editor Stuart News:
Company of West Palm Beach i AlA Ocean Boulevard In St Lucie I to animals as well as to man.
County toward children
live In a four-bedroom, two-bath home our populace has gone back The weather smells here.
build the long-sought high-level Indiuntown the Improved stretch This week May 3-9 is in celebration up
Martin .
i County, in one of our better suburbs. north and L .
can't .
They thee 1 speak.Is We have sold
of just home
"Be Kind to Animals our so
Bridge over St. Lucie Canal to the west of the i and tack on to th.it the $210.000 paving of th outward '
wooden structure which Pratt-Whitney Short-cut appearance of middle-class re pecta- Week. It seems a little silly to set the committee afraid to have feveryone's 'change our address." The meeting of the town council
present antiquated i in Martin
County on bility, but
inwardly are the victims of gnawing I aside a special week for kindnessto opinion? How had been
also has a hand-operated drawbridge. which tho contract will soon be let and many This means that the' people in stormy, and tempers
you poverty They do not have I animals, since kindness be
a pool. can times do
This bridge, like the Sunshine State Parkway havejust t in the figures we have I listed- IJ J given with such little effort and told that the!some people people do not have to be t the Stuart area will have two were waxing hot.

span over St. Luclo Canal, will be fiftyfivefeet i more than $3.00X1,000 in new road and bridge WE FOUND him riding one of those $265 I a little of it goes an awfully long be incorporated? Is there want never to with.more We Indiana will be people in to put up "You, sir," shouted one member
high and will eliminate drawbridge raising projects that are going to affect Martin County. power lawnmowers, glaring the 1 to be any peace and tranquility in your town in at another "are about the most
hedge (October
at way.The looking for house
on the important Bee Line Highway, a We mentioned only the new projects, those his neighbor's new pool where all the kids in League urges persons who this area, or has some political Please keep the a snook to buy. pigheaded fool I have ever met!"
military route and an evacuation route in case i expected to be completed by this time next the neighborhood were cavorting. "Do have stray and unwanted animalsto group' always got to try and ram j in the winter tournament on for top "Order, order! interrupted the
of war. Dickerson Inc., of Stuart has the subcontract year. Now being rushed to completion is some resent it?" we asked, after he shut you please contact them at AT 72571. something down the throats of my chairman. "You
the gentlemen
for building new road approaches.Work $4,000,000 worth of U.S. four-laning from traption off. con- J. The attendant is on duty at citizens who have gagged several wifeThank seem
on the Jensen Beach span is expectedto Port Salerno through Stuart and a brand-new the shelter on AlA, opposite Martin times on the same diet? C. C. Kindig you. to forget that I am in the room."

start this week or next, will lake about a yearto 1 bridge over the St. Lucie at Stuart The four- "NAW WHY County Fairgrounds, between Gagging Resident Mishawaka, 1ml. -The Rise, Riverside, N. J.
should I 9 I 11 .
care he said a nt seven days a week It lakes
complete Work Is expected to begin on the i tuning should be finished n1n a very conscientiousman
ID lute summer and| bravely. 'The had the I and the afternoons 3
guy dough; he spent it from to APPRECIATED NEWS: 1 Dear Mr. Kindig:
Indiantown bridge within few weeks. the to whether her tired
a new bridge should be ready around the on a a pool-I couldn't care less," be laughed 430.: Any person desiring to placean ON EASTER SEALS; We hope she can win with that or
These two projects alone total $1,755,838,, first of the year. I animal at the League shelter CAMPING PROGRAM >little old snook that only weighed lazy.-Fountain, Marshall, Mich.

but there is more coming. The county is completing No community can stand mill where that BUT MABEL WATKINS who overheard :!may contact the attendant at the t thirty-one pounds eight ounces, .
its rights-of-way acquisition on ten i kind of is shelter building between these Editor Stuart News: ,and "I wonder what's the matter with
money being far
spent on roads and our conversation from the so as we know at this
miles of Martin Highway, which the State Road I bridges. We can point to State Rood Department t> joined u-s hud different Ideas.1 patio' "Tellth and !quickly ftCJ'fh' ,''house| \ or:. !1't' ,th Department will at estimated ;number. closed;< 1
pave an cost of investment of some $7,000,000() ( Ronnie : at 'midnight lust Thursday, .
( in the she said quietly. "We've needed one the J 1964 annual Easter Seal ap- "It's because his I lather is always

$500,000. Contract is expected to be let on i 1963-64 biennium but she still holds the'lead. She won I
let' for
don't and
but peal would
forget thati years we've been too Member Animal like to take this < writing him for "
poor Rescue -
the project this summer As we remarked f in the state also took Hoorayl! money.
i over In full the $3,000,000 League of Martin opportunity to thank The Stuart The Cog, Kencdy, Tex.
s the story on Pugs 2-A last week, this road has I i Martin County bridge project in a revised WATKINS slumped. "I that' County News for its assistance in this manncr. -The Editor.1HREEDIMENSIONAL.
been t hope in Martin for bond I issue guess so, he The ----- -------
County's ,
nearly contributions
eye pledged against/ our APPRECIATES: to the Easter ,
secondary road aumittcu.ma its the children who feel it NEWS: ;n vswy '
forty years. It was laid out as a vital interior funds, relieving the Seal appeal in your area were .
projects from tolls./ the most I don't think Mabel and I REPORT ON SEMINAR great a a ?
I J s artery, and accepted as a major state road, back So we have $10,000,000 in iced how much it really real er this year than last and we do t1
new-or com meant to Editor
them Stuart
until News
we took : feel
shortly after the county was formed In 1925. paratively your bringing the appealto
new-road and bridge assets. Looks our three-week auto tour of We wish to
West last summer. express our appreciation the attention of q. yraM
A "grade" was thrown all the from like your readers
up way + doing all right The 1
h I insisted that we stop only at to The Stuart News for certainly played a big part. y
motels that mn_ _had__ ,wtil"AND .-___.," the news coverage of our recent Most of the funds are directed :
Anti-Communist Seminar. toward our statewide
camping program
I' I REMEMBER how haunted We are proud of our local paperand for the physically handicap .
they the
Everybody Needs Degree But pool on the S.S. Tropicana when we took that ,, the job it is doing for ped at Camp Challenge. We are L'
a Who our community and its
I ten-day Caribbean cruise the year before," Mai i I especially gratifying to a supports group sure physically we do not reach many of the

t bet supplied. "The poor kids," she choked. Will Be from this
Out the
on as Salesmen? "Ronnie and I have lived our lives; we don't expect i ing to combat Communism to the leg program. We are now in camp the ILi.
too much from now on; we're satisfied to 'best of our ability. process .of enrolling campers fore
belong to the country club and play a little We also wish to thank all th the sumll1er program, 'and additional
The Salesman was talking to the Editor. million will produce more\ goods-but it sure I golf once in a while, but some times I choke: all merchants who co-operated I n Information may be obtain
the other day won't sell them." 'up when I think about the young ones." J displaying our posters, and to the ed from our office
"Never before has there been such a demand Never before have the rewards for selling many individuals who aided i in Best regards,

for salesmen," he laid "This whole vast been more lucrative, staled the Salesman. An THE WATKINS children outwardly various ways. L. Paul Murray,
American production system, all the factories aggressive, harJ-wurkiny salesman, who has 'to be normal and happy The two appear Torchbearers Chapter 120 Camp Director and v

j that are pouring out all the goods all over .the the knack for really liking people and for 'Billy and Clara, eight and twelve respectively youngest,, Secretary Betty Ann Damron, Coordinator, Central .v'

nation depend on the mon on th road who puts really moving goods, with enthusiasm for what 'learned to swim at the Red Cross summer Florida '
the stuff in the 1712 Lee Road Orlando
stores he Is selling can build 'swlming classes
up' u handsome income at Sunrise Inn. They are too PROTESTS REVIVALINCORPORATION:
And yet, the Salesman opined, young people in commissions within a few yeah. young yet to be victims of social consciousness, IDEA LIBRARY GROUP- 11

are steering away from what is probablyAmericas "If ybil can sell, you can write your own 'but Madeline, who Is fourteen,, has already felt IN JENSEN AREA THANKS NEWSPAPEREditor w4
best job opportunity-and certainly ticket," said the Salesman. "It's the greatest 'the barbed stigma of poverty 1 Editor Stuart News
one of its"most individualistic ones. Nobody : Stuart News:
career open in America today-and the most In answer to "Concerned Citizen -
The Martin
wants to be a salesman. County Library Association
Everybody wants to "
"BILLY AND CLARA said Mrs. Watkins > if you were really as con- was
delighted with the
f get a degree in one of the professions or fine We believe that the "don't mind
Salesman really has a using the neighbor's new c doth Uf make out, you and material The Stuart News pub
arts or sciences or humanities. message. The great emphasis on supcr-educa-I pool They don't know about status yet. But those fact-finding committee lished i for National Library Week
"We are going to wind up in a few years lion is amusing. Three out of every five family when they get up to Junior High, like Madeline would remember that several There is nothing more thrilling
with young folks with degrees filling your tank heads in America did not complete high school it's different She told how she bad times in the last few years group than to- get the information to
at the gas station," said the Salesman. "They and one in five did not finish elementary 'found the older daughter sobbing in her room of politicians i deha made "unbi: Martin County that our library
will be clerking in the stores and, of course, school-but they all insist that their children 'because she couldn't have a pool "That ased" reports, been told has many kinds of activities and
teaching school-but they won't be that Jensen Beach and the surrounding new books of
selling must have degrees. 'hurt, said Mrs. Watkins, her heart. many all sorts 'as
We are going to have a vast surplus of "Do many salesmen have degrees? the "It hurts here areas do not want to in well as our fine basic collection.
Miper-educated folks in just a few years the Editor asked the Salesman corporate. By unanimous vote, I was ask

Salesman predicted: "But who is going to be "Quit your kidding ,the Salesman! said. IT WAS EASY to see that the parents lot What of additional would we taxes receive? If but they a ed the to space write used you and and thank the fine you for : cartoon characters are among the ex

out on the road with the sample cases? Who "The only degree that a salesman! needs is 'feared their children were going to grow up think it should be presented to the entation given. prey hibits in the art exhibition which Martin County Senior High /is

is going to be telling how product A is superior guts and determination' faith in what he 'warped, twisted, hating a society that denied general public' at a called meetingplace Most gratefully, currently staging at Elliott Museum.' The show runs through May
to Product B? Computers wont do it. Auto- is selling lit rises to a challenge, outwits the 'them a swimming pool. ," why not wait i until 1 all the Vestol W. Williams 31. Here Marie Wall, tenth grade, with Marie's Little Lamb, and

competition, and gets the order in the old order general public-the winter as well Corresponding secretary Larry Austin eleventh grade, with Dennis the Menace, keep com
book. BOTH RONNIE and Mabel Watkins know as summer property owners and Martin County Library pany with Snoopy, Scamp, und Barney Rubble The dummies are

How to Economize "Are you suggesting," asked the Editor, 'that Ronnie Jr. is going to have to go away to voters are here again this coming Association! Inc. made of papier mache.

on a "that it might, be smart to have Bachelor of 'college and study to be a scientist or a big-
Colossal Texas Scale Sales degrees In our colleges? That >e should 'shot executive II he' ever going to have a pool
leach our young folks the Fine Art of Selling 'of his own."THERE.
President Johnson has ordered a Mop to Should we award Master's Degrees in Dun &; Brazil's Answer to the Communist Threat Came' Take Down the Placards

the night floodlighting of the White House, Bradstreet Credit Ratings and How to Outwit AINT no opportunity no more in And Make a Lot of Friends
long a pleasure to tourists, as is the lighting of the Dummies at the Home Office?" these flatlands, leastwise not in the supermarket When Fulbriffht Was Down-grading Cuban Evilsing

the Capitol dome, and the Washington Monument "Oh, Lord no," said the Salesman. "Com business," he said grimly, "but it's all I know We know how all Can.liiljitpi. u>innnr* anJ-
His well-publicized" reason is "to save the petition js) tough enough as it is. What really how to do. He stared dumbly at his hands losers can make a lot of friends fast.:

taxpayers money. worries mo is that all those fellows with degrees worn by year of operating a cash register BY 1MIRMAN SENSING: order, Unless procommunists are blocked, It's easy and simple. Really nothing to it.
Well, if the lighing Is discontinued for will wise up and get out on the road" (U.S. Industrial Council) as in Brazil, they will continue to attempt to Just lake down all the placards, posters and

seventy-three years, it will save the taxpayers The Salesman left In a station wagon loaded "COME pretty close once, buck in 1959," In rising against the build an empire fashioned out of formerly stickers that have been placed, stuck and. nailed
I an amount equal to the cost of the aviation fuel with samples, headed for stores and jobbers in he said, "but that was the year we had to have of President Jaoa pro-communist Goulart of Brazil government free nations. all over Martin County.

I consumed on one of Mr. Johnson weekend half a dozen states. He loves selling. Is he a two cars. Almost thought we'd make it in '62, i the states and people of Brazil displayed an Tragically, those nations that already have Sad as it I Ii to say, we must report that this
politicking jaunt to his play-ranch in T exal.'I vanishing breed in'our America? Who' but then we had to have has
t' going the outboard cruiser alertness to subversion of their homeland. fallen to the communists cannot expect much not hupcned in an election yet in Martin
T to. do the selling when everyone has degrees with the 100 horsepower engine. And this year Folks with degrees, we suspect Because Junior is a Senior at Martin High he bus Latin Sen.
so America's biggest country came only Fulbright. For in accepting the idea that Nope, those placards just I endure and en
The Stuart News will furnish photo prints 'there won't be anybody also to have. a sports cars ,"
of sizes up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture gave a speech in the U.S. Senate downgrading Sen. Fulbright is in effect condemning the anticommunist but through some freak of nature the winners'
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 We see that civilization has rescued a couple) HIS VOICE trailed off It was obvious that I the communist threat Cuban people to permanent communist placards are the first to fade but losers' placards

I for the first print and $1.00 for any additional more African nations from savagery: lb sand the pool was hopeless. Next year there would It is to be hoped that the American people slavery take "twice as long to succumb to the ravages

prints ordered from the same negative at the Ethiopians the Somali have thrown aside be college expenses and who could know what will look to the lesson of Brazil, which was in Americans can be thankful that Brazil had of norm, sun and potshot from target

tame time; larger sizes by special quotation. their spears and arrows and are fighting with next.? ,danger of falling to communism! Cuba fell, what U.S. "liberals" would call super-patriots, shooters
Stuart Newt employees wiU not take photographs tanks and mortars. instead of listening to the lulling sounds made for these! luperl'atriotillpared the United States
except for. the new and a advertising ".., .... OUR AMERICA la i too big too fine, too by such as Sen. Fulbright. tress the disastrous situation that would have The
Stuart New. 1 noble to let such Audubon Society has
column: of The poverty endure God bless The lesson announced
of Cuba is that communism resulted had
Common sense 'Is genius dressed in work you Mister President, get the Watkins' kids Is the communists established a the establishment of a "Rachel Carson
a still
definitely on the march, though it mayi; beachhead. in Brazil they
jog clothing.-Emerson. pooL as were preparing Memorial Fund for Research" to honor the
have modified some of the details of its march to dq under cover of the Goulart regime. late author of "Silent Spring"

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With fttrty ffferent< species of As of March 31 1. 1964, total I Air-conditioning t Modernization Has Taken Place 1 I THE STUART_(Florida! !) _NEWS: u _Thu.nc'aL May 7. 1964 S-C
Christmas Urn to choose from savings in Florida! Savings anti
Scotch Pine led the field IBM year Loan Association amounted to
*Uh 21 per cent of the market. $4,412,000,000. rENTER PEPSI-CC1LA BOTTLERS'
Cool Breezes Now Blowing at Courthouse



There are better days ahead, officials V
I and cmploe at the f Martin ti

r 0' County courthouse! had heard for tip { SHOPPING 2PREE

many a king hot\ summer. + {
I Last week the better days arrived
n\v I on the scene in the form ofa .Entry blank (In ever carton' 0'Peps! t Patio Pitt iota
newly renovated au-conJttion- .
1 ing system.

I What a cool breeze can do to a ,
From MEANS I I personality is clearly illustrated
m the sweet receptions visitors get l ,.
LONGINESVITINAUER i from the many girls who attend k .. '
to the routine business of county ., I
| Remember 10th '
and BULOVA WATCHES offices. M I ,
i| One wag even suggested that
SPEIDEL A TCII BANDS I the air-cs+nJilioning came just t in It'sdlotherJDay ? '
time to cool off the candidates.
DIAMOND: : : RI\GS: : EARRINGS: : l But there were many who qucs- Call Pauline/ Nell R ; '
tinned that it did
Necklace I
Sets Regardless, gone is the suffocating Or Lois; at Elkay '
Charms in Sterling ',: sense of frustration that often -

COM MIXED and SOLID GOLD i I hovered prevailed in the as nineties.the temperatures -" -. .
Come In and See Our Hide Selection Today I ,, -\.L. ,
For example Ruth Wc'ton has I
I a more energetic and happy wave z'' ,,
I as people pass her door. Mrs. Dor ', 11 f .
MEANS othy Pierce no longer has to yell I I '
JewelryWatch over the fan rotating furiously in i; '
the rear of the clerk's office. Pa i .8 ''' t' l' .
per remain in place on the desks I e .pn
and Jewelry Repair Over 39 Yean Experience: of Lottie Zarnits and NVIIJa Cros h :. -: ;,
Now In our new location 3 doors south Florida Power Bldg. by. Joan Bowie can now open A M
242 W. Osceola AT 7.2555 the front door of the sheriffs of s i #rAi LOIS KRLSTOFt'F.RSEN: Open Monday 20 E., OCEAN BLVD.NHL ,
fice. Marie Greenfield
goes more
quickly! from office to office.
"I SIRNthru: S.iluriliiv PHONE M7-44M
Upstairs Judge Trowbridge,
MAY 1964The i Judge Crury Dean Tooker. Clyde .
Courson' and all their employescan .
improving earnings pictures of these three now get a good deep breath, + ,
companies and juries no longer feel that they "
are discussed in our new "Monthly Review" have been in a steam bath, I
Yes central air-conditioning
FIBREBOARD PAPER PRODUCTS that really works has conic to the Yr y .= StayThrough I
courthouse<; thanks to the Martin
GRANITE CITY STEEL County Commission, and the urging r:=:= +' i iay I.
of County Engineer Fred Bell.

PHILLIPS PETROLEUM C But it wasn't easy. It took $3,010for ...:.....-- :I.
Krauss and Crane to get the
Foe your copy of the new "Review" .,r a-; job done and it will take $H a COOLING: TO\\r.R' : 1OK COUKIIIOUSK! (;tr.S i INK: PLACE

month for maintenance. Therewas ._ H -- ..
imply mail the coupon. -- ---- ,, ,
a lot of work to be done before .
the streams of do far moro than allow. their names the calibre! of the thousand of r.-:
---------------------------------------- Irons in Praise ryi :,
Please tend me your new May"Review* dim-iming FIBREBOARD Drone came flooding through the to he listed to give assurance to responhihla and talented men and +1' +' May-
PAPER GRANITE CITY STEEL.and PHILLIPS PETROIIrUY.I4ame. : once clogged-up! vents But Engineer the public. In fact the Inw placet women directors who! icrve I Ilori.t I
.J Bell never flagged In his efforts For DirectorsOf heavy legal and financial liability da banks! and communities. ''I r''
to clear the air.
I .I the director for failure to
Yes, cool clear air has at last upon
AdJras rwwwws._.. .City. .s.....Slat*. .......-..", come to every office in the court- State Banks supervise and duccl Ihe policies harness Total racing purses track at the increased nutm' But If you can't, let The Stiiurl Newi follow you on your
house. Now we suggest a central and actviitics ot his bank 'with I
------------------------------------ vacation 1Iu'' will be lot of In Murtln this
ro County
coffee pot for "us folks" who visit David B. Irons, president Florida due diligence', from $18.832.740:! In 1 YH to $41)!, i news
HIRSCH & there. Bankers Association and executive "{Ve are justifiably' proud_ of 02X.H.16._ in 1963. summer ahoiil late, election, water t 11 the Ivhmd. new road,
COra o and niHtiy other Ililnipt that "III Interest 1 ymi mil affect your property
First' National
tli.tir. NM to Slick. f.<.... J vice president II
Some sea lions weigh more m Mall your uh Bank Stuart paid high compliments
108 South Second Street, Fort Pierce than 1,500 pounds. at Gainesville on April 1 .'Z Large Selection your moll address, ee often a* you vtUh.

RESIDENTS OF STUART CALL TOLL-FREE: 29 to the University of Florida I
ATLANTIC 7-4100 Guaranteed and the Florida Institute for Continuing
University Studies, f "r
their efforts In developing Rates anywhere In the U.S. or Canada One Year $5.00()[
MAIN OFFICE! 25 Broad Street, New York 4, N.Y. Rug CleaningCall splendid GIFTSCARDS.
an outstanding program lor j: olll,>Jt+ Sit Month $2.50; 3 Month $1.50
Listen to daily market news and averages their second annual Bank Direc (If a resident of Martin Comity any part of the year, $4.50))
5:30: -Station \\IRA 1400 on your dial tors Conference. The Jaydnngmeeting Ally
held at Dan McCarty Au (
-- -p -:.- WARREN'SAT 2H, attended Name.Street. .. . ..... .
ta"IM eN..a.; ':-'t\-rlal\ Stuolletek'rases film. lock aarMM fmfmm' IwrrAw UUW... 7-1755 ditorium.by nearly of leading April 200 Florida officers was honk and! directors ? .MAY 1a I. ..:.:::..: :: .:::::.:::::::::::::.:::::::::"..::::.::"..::::..::"..:..::. : : ...

-- _.. FBA President Irons observed e. .
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,..,.... ...... ._ thut the bank directorship i is muchmoro'than a City ..................................... Slate, ...................... Code. .. .....
"" a position of honor in ,, Sure to Please !
d? one's community, it demands great
dedication and responsibility\ THE STUART NEWS[
moral responsibility toward fellow IVY SMYTH
i 'r'w shareholders, depositors and the P.O. Box 1047 Alluntlc' 7-1550
general public who are affected( 333 E. OCEAN BLVD. SlUARf, FLA. AT 7-0171
,d. y A ? S .. by the bank's soundness! I I aarataaaraeea r+wnsusur+a.assaw.w rases' .
Irons continued, "Businessmenand
Y What's trC others prominent in the conirqunity -

r fr,' ah$ s t>\ .serving as bank directors Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet

'. ,. pitch Herbert Kraft J r,
w ', ri on Insurance StudyAt makes crooked roads feel going straightChevrolet's
; Me hyl Ilartford, Conn. I }Full Coil suspension makes All seven Chevrolet; engines are precision

Herbert B, Kraft Jr., a representative i the crookedrst S-curve lIl'em' on the leveL balanced for smooth operation. And
a of Aetna Casualty and With a double-actinQ shock absorber in rxwutwe your Chevrolet hall over 700 insulators
SurelY Company at Stuart, is attending retch corner, it takes tho jumps out of and sound dcadeners you don't
A a special insurance course! bump With 4-link levelizing control, you ; have to shout to have yourself heard.It's .
a'8r ria. at the company's home office in gut with Jet-emooth acceleration. E
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Tt'atle'N'Travel Time at your Chevrolet
!. i Hartford, Conn.
The five week course provides( With built-in anlf-live control, you come n E dealer's-the perfect time to try the
>+i comprehensive instruction in allforms I I to Jet-smooth slop And with low-friction Jet-smooth ride. Find the meanest stretch

+ of insurance protection: for Ball-Ilace nUt-ring, ,you waltz over twisting ...M1ie_, ..- of road you can. Then ate' for yourself how
r both I individuals and business firms.Practical roads an gracefully tu a ballerina. straight a crooked l rood can tell

., .. k t aspects are stressed with ,. ,
particular emphasis placed upon ... .. ; .1\.. "- '
the study of Dew methods and developments :;Z'' IHI t n A' I
4 designed to meet t f t ,
3 I changing conditions: ..' '1 (
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/1 Kraft, who attended! the University ;
of Florida, is a member of r W
the Stuart Junior Chamber of t (' ; h
Commerce He associated with ".. f
.+ the R. Johnson Insurance Agency.
He lives at 211 Ocean Road. _' ;

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6-C TIlE STLRT (lea,> NEW Thursday, MM .2 1964 '
: : Fir+/ Quarter Encouraging

I Building Four rr. Record Months r Is Excellent Total. 'I' Home; Building i! i Section -1 I I Business Factors. Are I

_m"I- I Ih- """"'" 4 tI A

Permits $1,891,923 RECENT BUILDING PERMITS On Upsurge in State

(April 24 through' 30)
) Florida economy during the facturmg (that is, the hiring of

Owner tM.IIBn Contractor Jescrption; ( Amount I first quarter of this year showed new employes) and the lay-off rate
Building continued to boom out for .the new Martin County marked improvement over the are two other indicators which
during .the month of April ninety Senior High In the amount ('If City of Stuart I name period last yenr as measured have advance implications Each
do/en business indicators the
one permits being issued in Marlin I $69.1.$09. This year no single hy a was more favorable the first few
First Fed Say. A Loan Assn 9119 South Federal Gladwin Honda Slate Chamber of Com
Highway &
County for a value of .Hj.102 equivalent permit his bccrf liken Ba'l'lelt' q, Re01mlcl S 7,000Vincent's fierce said in its weekly business months In 1964 than a year ago"
to bring the total for the first four lout yet Jewelry 213 Smith! Flaaler Street City Signs Sign :WO( review released yesterday
months of 1964 lo $1.891.921 for 139 West 1 99th Siteel Realty 619 South Federal Highway MO'IIey Whn 950
At that, were just $271289:! Retkining Rink debits. and gross sales. I
349 permits I R. M. Kuhn 1114 Theresa Street SuJler.Mile Addition 11,000(
short of lust' years total at thin both sensitive indicator of business
Apr I was the first month of lime including the high school OA Constnlction C'omran 500 River Point Road South Arc."lolorouIO'l Residenco 12.000( activity, moved up 9 per cent WtB
1964 in which building .figures I City Signs Service 1/1/ South Federal Highway None IiilllanrJ 30n and department store sales in leading I i
behind those for the I
dropped corresponding -
cities gained I 15 per cent.
month of 1961 but the Battle Martin County "Estimate show the total personal oar
reason is not difficult to find. In Hyacinth income of Floridians running
April, 1963, the permit was taken Bill Meyers Jndiantown Park annual of about 9
Clyde Martin Addition ?500 at an rate i percent VISIT OUR FOUNTAINFor
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Chalks up 1,752 A. A. Hendt)' Sr Salerno Shores None Addition 500 higher than at this time lust Your Favorlu Drink

William b. Henbury Golden Oate Chuck Wagner Residence 7.000( year. WE SeRVE LUNCH

Complete il Acres ClearedA M. R. Nelson Paint City None (rnl''ort) /125Oeorge increased Total 5 non per-farm cent and employment all major StUART DRUG CORP. i

Automotive Frill Salerno Shores Paul Lewis Garage 1.200 categories of employment showed St Lud. "FI..lor 01.1 AT .1121
total of 1,752 acre of hyacinths Sea Gate Construction Lighthouse Point None Residence 11,000 improvement Even contract construction I THE ItEXALL arose I

Repair' and other noxious aquatic: Powers Jensen Beach !Jam Fnrrow ? Addition 1,500E. which has been lagging -- ::_---- = :..
vegetation no longer exists. due to I H. Rowe Jensen Highlands None ..... Addition 1100W. in the. recent past has turned upward

the March effects of the Game and P. BI hop Sea Gate Harbor None : : Addition 201 Gasoline; sales showed a 7 per SAFTIAIDSLOCKSMITHS

Chason's Garage Fresh Water Fish Commission Chuck Wagner Golden Gate None Residence 6.000 cent gain while highway traffic at S 1
hyacinth control crews R. F. Snipes Indlantown None.. Residence 2.000( the suite* border check points
Dial AT 7-2311 According to a report releasedby was 8 per cent heavier. -KEYS MADE
,SERVICE FOR SAFETY V. W. Myers assistant chiefof Town of Sewalls Po1Jft! 1' "Signaling future- trends, the
4U-4U Smith F.d.r.1 Hltliw.T the cOl11mis.ion' hyacinth con number of business incorporations Lock Combinations
trol division the hyacinth control Captain W. R. LOllghan' Sewall Point Road Onkowskt Addition 2.100E. gained 9 per cent durmg the first Changed
----------- crews sprayed approximately 1 I.. C. Warehelm Sewalls Point Road Carl Pauly Enclose porch 1.0)0() quarter to mark the first gain of
752 acres of vcgctiiion located In three consecutive months since -NEW LOCKS-
Tops In Design twenty.seven bodies of water during mid-1962. Business i failures

March The spraying i operationrequired as reported hy Dun and Bradstreet Ilobe'S&Uftd
826 gallons of chemical ti Home Has dropped almost one.third.
Resale Value
KINGSIGNS which is mixed at a ratio of one Livability The accession rate in rn.inu- sM.4881 546-5137
of chemical to 100 gallonsof ,
gallon ---- ---
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water or other carrier fluid.
Myers said that in addition to TANK RFPMKMVN Heathcote
the spraying the hyacinth
: The first group of figures
control crews spent approxi In the house number represents Private John P. Rowcll of Stu-. Nurseries
mutely! 313 hour cutting boat I the square feet of liva- arc completed an eleven.week turret -
trails with underwater weed cutter able area in the house ((The artillery r 'pair course May I Architect Designed Landscaping
NEON SPECIALISTS in order to provide more fishing other group I Is in office number at the Army Ordnance Center. Ah Oriental Design A Specially.
and hetter boating for Florida erdccn Proving Ground Md Row
TM Were HOward 4.1399 ) According to Jan Rein Complete Line of Ornamental
floating sportsmen A:____ er, the cost of' building such ell was trained to repair turret Plant Material. "The Indian
mechanisms and tank .
I house may be reckoned( as weapons
The three. sol River Ana's Oldest Landscape
about foot, twenty- year-old
.IBI: I lvIJIgf per land square cost For ev) dier entered the Army in Novem Nursery, Our 38th Year." TurdRlCttt

f" ample, a house numbered her I9ft1. and completed! basic off U.S. 1 at Llndsley
1 ; '%. 935.11 would\ have 935 square training at Fort Jackson, S. C Lumber In Fort Pierce' Phone
feet of livable' a >"ea and /r6"dlc.7i I Rowell i is a 1963/ graduate of Marlin HOward I-5&12.
.. 'IIWMI i h d u I d cost ahploximately. rb County High School

$9,350 to build. "

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age wall which separates the larger ,
ROWELL FURNITURE CO. Home No. 816-72 .
bedroom from the living room and
The desirobiliy/ of two-hedroom BEDRM BEDRM;
which includes 3-foot closet
Dial! AT 7 0804 We Give Gold Bond StampsEllflRIGE home for 60footwidelevel a coat llxll llx4|
(C) and a wall heater (H). ;
\lots is well known to senior
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The 8 by 7-foot work area of
citi7cns as well as to young homemakers the kitchen shows a convenient /
since both seek d Tyr s
U-shaped counter with a doubles
and resale value.T .
nk (SI) under the 3-foot-wide jalOIIHIC ryd- r'c
h II 24 by 34-foot masonry r'H JOHNS FUNERAL HOMEAir
window It
and the range ( ) C C
home No 81672 fulfills many of
the expectations (If.todays home and the refrigerator (RF) to the I Conditioned Chapel
right of it Well cabinets are shown ,
Rewound .
Motors buyers since it has a spacious living "' *
dotted The 8 I
on plan. nyiaootdining
Home Wiring & Outlets ,-cluung back.lo.area back plumbing U-shaped, ample kitchen area (directly in front of the t 4 1t R. CECIL JOHNS RONALD H JOHNSLicensed

Water' cl,*''', cross-ventilalad bedrooms. kitchen) can he separated from the R
Pump Repairs living area by a folding partition( Funeral Directors
and is so designed that in spite of
OPEN ALL DAY WFDNESIJVY 4 (not shown here). or the kitchen 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART
a its high ceilings it can he built be CARPORT/ DININGLIVING'/ PORCH
i area can separated from the e
within the lowest t prevailing cost "
dining area by the same means I bxt8
range. sots q p 14Ax 19j6
Looking from left to right at Its The master bedroom has 7\VI Telephone AT 7-3434 .

D ED 45-foot-wide stucco front (see cut) feet of closets with floor-to-ceil- ? FRONT ,24 e 24-Ilour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipment
one sees the 1245' .fool.wide carport ng hifold doors, while the second
(with; a 6 by /13-foot utility room bedroom (II feet square) has a --

hack of it), tho awning window to 6 foot closet Both bedrooms have >__ .A:...
the dining room, the. jalousie front awning: type w'U' roi INSIST ON THISPOLICY
door another' awning' window 'to located on walls betterventilation
HIGBEE ELECTRIC lhtl ;tiling room, and the narrow The 30-inch-wide( linen News for Veterans
(but deeM !screened porch' -all closet (L) is located in the hall and : Policy
lopped with the wide eave of the handy t to the bathroom. The bath- It '
327 OSCEOLA At 7-0744 shed roof. Morn fixtures and the kitchen sink Issued by Keller of saleguards".our1itlclnsur
One 'plirV( feature of the eor are close to the water heater (dot. nce REAL ESTATE
ncr living room I it the pair of 6. ted circle) located in the utility
, oot-wide sliding glass' doors which I room next to the washing machineW -- -.- TITLE

( IAI join it with the 8 by 18-foot porch. (installation), thereby and saving the cost on. plumbing of water M T. Dixon, director of the Department These dividends are subject to by written contractual
Where and
space of Veterans Affairs for withdrawal by the policy holderon undertaking and
his porch may be widened and leating. The utility room contains I stands
UTILITY enclosed: I to form ait attractive i ample room for storage of tools Florida announced that almosta request I I for your protection as
1 Florida rtxim Another 'plus" fea- Cod garden accessories million veterans who hold GI Dixon said a policy holder who \ I
lure Is the) 22-foot-long strip of The construction of Home No. life insurance policies are using wishes to Join those veterans who the insurance obligationof
Indirect light mounted seven'' feet 16-72 is typical of most homes their regular annual dividends to leave their dividends on deposit one of the nation's
ugh along the front wall and illuminating 'milt in this area: footings are 8by I'
I Ii Il guard against 1 loss' of their insurance -
a' with VA for this should
1 purpose! largest and
the 9'/i' -foot high ceiling 16 inches of poured concrete strongesttitle
over t k e living-dining area reinforced with two rods: 4-inch- The VA has write to the VA office which serves insurance
\ Still another 'plus could be a hick floor slab Is (poured over continuous dividends paid: nearly $230- his policy, contact his local veteran I
000,IKH1) ) in : for 1964 to
wood paneling_ .finish! for the slor-. vapor barrier and reinforced more than 4.700.(0H( () veterans and county service officer or by companies.
with welded wire mesh. ; exterIor servicemen who hold participating: writing to Dixon at Box 1437 SI.I I 1 lajuyers 11110
I walls are of 8-inch thick conCrete CALL OR SEE
block with stucco on the exterior : Gl Insurance. Petersburg When writing about ",",--Qrparof1Ia
and furring and plaster on GI policy holders may arrange insurance matters, he sure to include .::. TITLE SECURITY COMPANY
; the interior: all ceilings follow the Dixon said to leave future annual your insurance numbers, he 271 OSCEOLA AVENUEAT
.w roof line and are finished In plaster; dividends with the VA at interest stated 7-4331 STUART
flooring is terrazzo or cork tile; as a credit to meet monthly premiums
and Interior partitions are of regu- should the policy holder fail (Authorl/ed Agents)
with INTERNATIONAL' 1.340A tar wood frame. to pay them before the end of the Building Permits
Sedee Plans for Home No 816-72 thirty-one-day period
Tractor and Droll 4-IN-1 1 were drawn by architect Jan Rein-
er. editor of Florida Homes maga- Total $$67,382 r
Jump years ahead of your earthmoving Competitors with zinc: (The magazine is available at WILLIAM F. SC,\MMFLLIS
an International t Drott T-840lour-In- a, With this on* Vats Book Shop or by mailing $1 NON-COM: GRID
machine you get four basic construction toolal)Simply move tot 1000 Nineteen building permits issued -
-Fifty-second Street
Army Specialist Four William
the selector lever from tor'i seat-when stopped
I r oa-tre-go-to match mach action to the Job. North St. Petersburg 10 Fla.) F. Scammell twenty-five, son of in Martin County last week
I a'a heSet with, _.ned --- Mr and Mrs. George A Scammell. totaled $67,382.
ME.e..i.e..etlC, PAINTS HARDWARE Port Salerno was graduaed: from Six city permits accounted for
I / hnetaul tenet a Ka/.rNN.uureY kf M tttaeiMN ndln{ ATtanttc 7-036 the Seventh U S Army NonCommissioned $31.450eleven; county permitsfor a
I 0 sons tx.wl.gli "YOU FOUND Officer (NCO) Academy $32.832. and two in the Townof ,
C.......ln4 PINt at Bad Tolz Germ my. on April Sewalls Point for S3.100.
t Plumblnt.. SUM HM Specialist Scammell received One of every four homes! In the
LAND? fI '1,. Cut fair f weeks of rigorous training in seven state Tennessee Valley region -

T. Sh.tehEl..irk leadership and exercise of command is now electrically healed
i Mh a"ek..Mn MaWt..ndln t Hurray for you, boy! Now that .,.. ... map reading the history of eight of every ten cook electrically -

loom{ ,elakDllel you're In business It''* time to Motor ....... T.r II..l" 4 O.."... weapons and milit irv teaching six of every ten have electrically

a MltrMl.l think about Insurance, such as Skill P rt.r. Ca"'. ... 00... methods.- -n _- heated waterHEARING__. _,__un C
Personal! Liability, Public liability INDIAN RIVER SALESMETAL

i and Business Interruption 0.Tb.0.1.-O..Mile Nor'" '
I a wah.eluleei.nti.amesarI But better ret check with JENSEN RUCH AIDS SERVICE Jb r
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ta itl lr|M M *>*lw s> IntsTNlttral T-M ini tta"'" SMzUif. Fw. .It.DM Isssfl 1 Ii get the your most money protection for VII new styles at sensible prices In addition to dispensing essential drugs

We IF WE Are DONT Workers HAVE In Metal IT ;4 ,. Service on all makes Instruments I to \our community, your druggist also provides -

i For "Quality".. Value""Sales WE CAN !MAKE IT \RP-1SRT special program another service by stocking many

(mand J Service" See R. V. JOHNSONAGENCY t. Free hearing test In home ftr office I important items of a pharmaceutical
= C.rl; S.i... .. Butteries, cords moldsAcousticon nature.
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Display at the Elliott Museum I nrr sn,\RT (mnrM) NEWS
Legion Group Thursday May 7. IWjM?

IWorkiHighSchool Art Students Shown AIRS. MYRTLE WIIITMVN, Viwpondvnt AT 7-17AA : At Sebastian MEETS AIL: S\INfS MAY GUILD 12

A sack lunch will be the orderof
The ( onstitutionHi Conference
WWI To Send of District 12 ol (he American the day when All Saints' Guild
Ali Students Auxiliary I I igion and Auxiliary was ldn holds\ Its last meeting of the seasonal !
i Sebastian on Sundax May I 1. I II the parish house on Tuesday,

Taking ArtParticipate 2 to Orlando Convention I Attending from Post' 126, Jensen Mav I 12:! All member! are urged,.
Beach, were Mr. and Mrs. Ed to illend
The Auxiliarv of World War I Imci will he held!. A bake sale will he I' Snyder, Mr. and Mrs I-r.tnk Ran- --

i rui on Friday evening May; I I. .nIcnsen I held at Jensen! Beach Bank on Cirimm.\\uld. Mr.Mr and and Mrs Mrs \\Ihnm Eugene, ,) Asks Change of
Beach Christian Church. Saturday May 9. with Mrs Dormg 'I Middleton Mr. and Mrs Jack I
The work of art students 1t t with Mrs. Ruth Hall presiding I and Mrs Duryea as co-<.hair- I.ueas I Mr and I Mrs ( lilton I II
Martin County Senior High 1IIn u Mrs Eleanor Diffendal and men The president Mrs.. (Hill I llownds, Mrs 1111111Mc'ue.,. Mrs. I II Little Dixie to
,' at the Elliott Museum t I Mrs Helen t-erguson were namedto Jane I ivermore, Mrs William I
\ urged all members of the Auxili
through May 31.1 this unit as delegatesto I Vaught. Mrs Frank Spui Mrs 'East Stuart'A
p'yg represent irut write President Johnson I ,loscph Perlbcrger\ William SI.I II III
All student (taking. art courses the department t convention at. regarding Ihe passage of Bill No. I (lair and Bob illmms.
Orlando, June -b through I 2H Alternate request that Little Dixie he
will have their work :
on Uisplavmd IIR 532.:! The May II of Post
Mrs. Josephine meeting .
delegates are known a Fast Stuart was put !before
1 various t.PCof t art media I I Dormg. Mrs. Laura Durvca 126 I \legion and Auxiliary)', mil the Martin County Commission
he shown, sculpture including, hrush.paintings and, pottcrv ink- and Mrs Julia Clark.Announcemenl Middletons Back : include: election of officers, hy Commissioner Edward
drawings and fashion illustration was made of the Miller al a meeting of the com
District :2! meeting scheduled for I'tRSONiLS mission Tuesday
A highlight of the the show are the May 24 in West Palm Beach at From Work Trip I Mrs. Fred McKinney of Hudson I Alter a short discussion by the
painting using Impression
ism' style dabs of color uhiih time election of officer\ lulls, N. Y, who, with her husband commissioners- was decided re*'
has "been spending the win. nnnung of Ihe area was a matter:
of details, and i ---- --- Mr. and Mrs. William Mildll..1
emphniof ; ter months at the Palmetto. Apartments I (for the Stuart C'ity Commissionrather ,
form. These were made by t h e MRS. RUIN ENTERTAINS: ton left Jensen Beach on
than the Count
was 'taken to Martin Memorial I ) Commission
eleventh grade art class, after a .
ncsd.iApril :22! for
we'I'1 for
Kuhn entertained Hospital emergency'
Mrs. Jack
al ?
study of the imprcssonisi\1 I ( of
Kyle yg I Mrs. Middliton attended April I 11 I. She returned I Commissioner '
painting Examples of French mas- i w ts .1 i dessert-card: pony at her "home surgery on J.lck'iIIiamllOn"'
tort, such as Renoir and Degas, :. on Roberta Avenue on Wedncs- I partment finance committee meeting to her apartment on April 29 and suggested that Miller appear' in:
were studied The paintings were .. dad. April 29 it American I egion department I" reportedly recuperating nicely. I person before the ('fly) < ommis'
matted and framed hy each student I Two t tables each of bridge and headquarters, to a i but '" IIIe! unable to travel north sion and make the request Millersaid
I prepare [ for a few more weeks : he would .
is % made the
Tim a marvelous style to canasta: were up by
budgii for the coming year, while ---- --------- -
paint in, as each individual can following guests: Mrs S. Saladma -
himself I Smart Mr. John Herrmann Mrs. Mr. Middkton. in his official ca- I
express freely) The use of ; :
bright colors and tresh hrush r I Fr i iL. ir I \Villiam Weiss, Mrs Basil Vincent piiuty as hospital entertainment Where this emblem h displayed you are
strokes in this style allows complete Mrs. Marian Haskms, Mrs Au. chairman, punt a visit to Bay assured of the finest insurance service :
freedom and enjoyment. t, I mist Silander: Mrs I Carl Houg, Pines Veterans Hospital and the
All parents of art students were i Mrs\ lees Ireidnchs: Mrs Charles I Southwest I lorida Slate Tuberculosis in the land.
Wheeler. Mrs Sommers, I .
sent letters inviting Ihem to see I lieorge Hospital at Tampa.
the exhibit. I Mrs, ('hris Kalh Mrs Gerald Preston Prom Tampa Mr Middlclon
The art ,. Mrs rank Spa, Mrs Robert \\enlto Broolsville to visit friends
at Martin County
Senior High has MaiFarliiiie, Mrs Edwin Whitman Mr and Mis( Leo laHouilhcr,
grown rapidly
and Ihe hostessThe and was joined there by Mrs. Mid-
within the past six years In I 1958\ ,
when Mrs Lucille Nelson cameas price winners for bridge/ dllon On Sunday, the Mid.lletonallenled
were Mr. Wheeler, Mrs Vincent the seventh Constitutional
art teacher there
was only
class offered in high school one art L. .t ," and Mrs \Sciss, Canasta winners Conference at the Jack Tar Hotel
the others were seventh and 1 eighth; a _.... 1 were Mrs. Houa. ,Mrs Spell and in (leiirwuter, returning home' .N
Mrs. Macfarlane it. <4 on Monday April 27
grade required art courses. Soon IMPRISSIOMSM: : : is the theme of one of the major groups of exhibits at Elliott Museum, staged hy I _' .
interest grew and each year an ad. Marlin County Senior High. Here Mrs Lucille Nelson art instructor, and Larry Austin It student, .... ,.
ditional art class: was added. Another rENTER
teacher joined the staff to prepare for the show. which runs through May II I. PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS'I

teach art in the Junior High School, talents and abilities that were home and community. They :will tors in our culture which' add beauty W.
and the art department
expanded. With the bare minimumof steadily brought out and nourished also have a hobby to enjoy during and richness) living I $1,850,000 .
equipment and the maximum The MCSH art program now I their leisure hours. Young people derive great pleasure ,
of interest, the challenges of creativity offers a variety of courses which I Art once called "an education and satisfaction in following I Since 1921INSURANCE :
were met. The results were will encourage and develop those I ruffle," has become an Important the urge to create something b.>"u. I
amazing, _the_ young_ people had. students whose capabilities or talents : part of the high school curriculum tiful whether they do so through I I SHOPPING
are so marked that furtherart The art program is designedto painting drawing modeling de AGENCY
training will be sought or to help young people develop their signing or constructing It it plan I
own creative power and, at the ned so that this art will I JENSEN BEACH AT 7-1411 :
program Entry blank/ /In
ratten tlftpsl I Path, Diet fda l
stimulate the pupil's interest l. ivory
a. This same time understand those_ __fdcI reach all pupils in the high schools. < i
.. mote his understanding and pro-I I -- -- ------
A Mother's him appreciation of the world I

..}jJ'; This year there are five art students .
Day. .
plan to from further the their senior study class of who art, 1 My Daddy Is Sending Me To College!

give HER either at art schools or colleges
Those who do not further their
training will have a belter understanding I I
ONE OF THE and appreciation of their_ i II


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; THE STUART CPU.) NEWS Tbunday, Miy 7, 1964

of Churches

I Organizations Directory

OF COO-Flaglar
,I. CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS ';'.. Gourd Au.lll.ry REV. I
Alcoholic.. Cunatander-Wltr J. ..... 10:00 IILLII.II.ALPI

(Vid.. I 10 p.Aneaymoue... J. B Community CkanhAntateur *ua.. 0 .... euaal: Gaar A aa. .!*. 11 :00 a.,. Mornlig Wonhlp
7 :>0 em. K>'.n.... Wo..bl.
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Radl* tflMrfMicy C.rputDS ualy
,.........Ueorg Jaalrmea. -rraaa A. Waa 7:50:: l p m Tuoi, Pruiyot M.ethtui
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U> I 80 ,:
i n Tl V Mmolne
Ird ...u..... pav.Aalmal .. .. "un *. a m rtnnetbeveaM ur FE.

c. B.... el ...*nn>| AdjutMalOhalrna SOUND S001HSRN METHODIST
RMU* U-r>. .-Fred ........ I HOB .
,...ld.II... Karl I. Rk. .. '.rf Th... 7itt p- CuerlliMiMMartin DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 HEV ( HA(IM..I.HIM O|n DFNNETT CommuBllr Poki lId| )
4th ?u.s.. 7>IO >.o>.. horn** 8 Sfl *
County Mo... CemnlHle. |p m .u:"dny School

Butlnn. A Prolo.hmal, w,..... Clip* Ch..m.n-Nro.' HII.b L WIttusobby. J. ASSEMBLY OF COD-Palm City 7 ,1 pm Wor.hlp S.rvlo.

r..I..n.I.."Ida Mennlnner. lib T..... TtIV p.... Courthoun RtV I I. H. PuturIDrfld hIBLE UNION

Ind.4th. TUM. Bight. Pint lI.t'L Bankkocoanut .M.. C. Zealnf ... Ptanalni C.*>..*... 1\ a.m .DANIIL, IIRV.P.I. Chip CO..R.CTIONA

.Para-North. Rrwr Shtra, ehalrm.n: -J.m.. Qauvhaa. \s II 00 a.ra Murnlni Wowhlpliia 1015 LAWRIB. J. SHARP

Property. Owara Avaoclatlwl itheol Board ...... 1 h..... BIble Study Prayer I I ::00 .*-m.... t.1" I.honl"
...Mnt-C M. Hohrabaufk Ch.t.m.n-H., 0 Kindred I:10 p.m. Hund.y Youth S..I. lOtS M..lf.., Wonhlp'
"nllng. (nd Wtdnndara ., hn" I.d Mo*.. TllO, ,..... Courlbou. i TilO pm. Kvan..lletl. a.m ... F.llowibip?. WtdMaday Worn.an .

oral: C.nl.t. ClrK Aoo...._ Tewa ., $*alla P.I.I FIRST 8A"TISTI.. Akroa Amu*
.P..Id.nI-dDHamd PlMla 't."l'W/ M.rquelln I 't KtV KUHKICST "A'Kll. r.wrSuaday PEOPLE CONGREGATIONAL-
I.' fun. I ,... MC Acrtoultural Bid*. : t p.m.. Town Boll :ob HU A. II L
: E'lrr' Wonhlp
Fn>holilw* Ai. Kltli. POLITICAL RCAHIZATION'.ubll. t 41 *.m. Sunday School 1000 :. church SohoJ
p..I..l>&-Oul.-l (I. V.. SottoMGaroen 11.00. ..11I. Morning Wonhlp UtlO Morning
11_ o. .all .... ... Club ., M.-u,. C...." <,BO p r.. Training Union "I. dolng both Wonhlp. Nnraaty
PIIIODt-.I.ID.. .. W..... lull ,'... $:,."< WorshIp' ,, pm' Youth .1.
Clu .f StuartPnalat "?;. ?, ,1 V.. S.reio.
-Mn. Joha W. BullerInd *Itooubll. Weam'. Chik ., Martla Clt.td..nt.W. *. TilOpm. Midweek Prayer. ALL
Non., 1 ,Id pm. Woman Club Arnold 0...., .1. } SAIT'EPISCO:'AL_ .._ B .
lIb T..... I pm, lint National' Bank PALM CITY BAPTIST- 1k. .. McCerdHUNBY IIY. B. KtASTltBBiinoay
Hlbl.... P.... CIvH ..,," '" TATUM. Putor
I'r..I..t l O.o,.. M.eDon.ld M C O.mecratl Executive CommlUe. T :'0 a.m Holy. Communion
.' Mon. T 10 p.m.. Flm .National. Kaandl.ntowa > Ch.l.m.n-It..d. T. 1II0rro. tt.7.oiolSu..Tr.ai.Mard. I:41 e.m Runday BohoolIll00a.ni 1(10 0... rumlly' tommunloa and
Morning WorshIp
.. B\o\ CIaI,
Clvfe Clu* ....tin.. a. ..11MIUGIOUM _. I 10 pm Trolniot Union 1 lImo miMorn7ng, .
Praild.nl-Oradr ImlUta 7 >4I pm: ..oioe I Wonhlp ( nnnir.o I ::
- - c<"
Mon.. lipm. Till p. Wdn..day MIdwee Prayer wjrx.H; ID".i
ORCANIZATIONI 10 TAKE OR NOT TO TAKE THEIR PICTURE That was the to be taken. They agreed I' but by that time most pictures I I..d.- .
finally M..I"1
...... BMch Gar .. C -",,. Calvin Wllbw i Ct...' Friendly (..t.I.ll..d.rMm. ,. question when a group of peace walkeri" came into Stuart Friday had already been taken. The grot jp is sponsored by the Committee'ork FIRST BAPTIST-Port I I.,...."top I I. ?. Hol'', Cnunotulsn
lTd W..., I p.... J. 8 Woman Clua' Jaea WbltlearI O. C. T A Put,' I ,_I 1".1" fhunHar. Healing B.r.lo.)
.....a Bt..b Woman'* A......".. rn.. pi .. at Mary CkunkSt morning on their way to Cuba from Quebec. Above, the group for Non-Violent Action. New Y City The walkers drew little I :41 >.m.YLOJ., .,. 8.ho'' rlrt. f am. Holy CommunionUnltir

Pn.ld a>-Mri, ......*. HubbaU Jepk Cafld argues with the presa und photographers on allowing their picture attention and had no delays in i their walk through Stuart 11 too ..m. Mnrnlnf Wonhlp. i Ch,irch 704 S. Flltb. Fort PU.*
\I.'.Ir* Moo. SR T07 Clubhou. reildent' Mr. Edward: KlnulU .80 p.m. ITO I '\ ::4:il1 Church Sunday
lit Moa.. I p ... BobuolSt. -- -- -- T .10 ".ID. '.. WorshIp J Ii, :::. :..' fir.I ....,
...1... Woman Clu* luau pm. WodDMdw Pro .ot I Ilag. '
...,. .._Mri. Gu ir Cromwell Jeeeh Holy Naau Selet, .. Cuor .I' LUTIIFRAN CHURCH OF IT. ANDREW
... I .. Woman Club 1re.ld.ntH. RoimarlnTkur p
Ind Mo P m tAuoei-iosn Lu.h.'.. Church)
.. befor* sod iI.., I I B, Bekoo Mrs. Maloney RIO BAPTIST W. VI"
Prm. IlIad
BoardIrd I ,
Mania ....t A.duboa SotUty' RtV JACK FERNANDEZ p" It. Luo"
H. .
Man. I :... Judge llont' *ltlo YS-sc u"AM'EIt.CA. lisa: am Bunday,. School sItE. pAS'rR

M C AiiMlatlim fr Mmtal H.<aPwldont STUA.TT Death Is Ruled 1100am: Mornlnc' Wor.hlp, '::1..ID. 8uod.r l.hoLI
-ftv. Donald .."....... 400-8.o..moo'. Robrrt Pork.. Idle: p.m. Tr.lnlng Union I 1 a... WO'.hlp loonies
Ind Th..... ooa. The ..... Wad.. ii Amrrlran L.k." Hall 1 :41 p.'.. Ev.nlng WorshIp H. I. SOUTHERN
ld'j METH
Ship 4._- Earl Delp 1:41: p... Wedne. a Prayer Meotlnf (Mooting In Hobo MISSION
M. C. Cb.ptwr. AmcrloM. Caawf SWMy' Thur. 7pm.. M.th. Cburrh Albany Rt : To Be Suicide RhV CHAJILU Sound Cl.ic Co.h.
Chilrm.n..M.llur1 Sq..d.o. 444-Advil ,r. M klrkhartI'hur. lMNET
....., t I.' .
... I g.m. Meth, Churrh All.nyHt. KTANC1L P p m Song .
Martla M.morlal. Ho.ult.l AualUaryPmld.nt t,41m. inday situ: p m Evtnlng
Cub P.ck 410-Ciihrnn. er. I D Hlom.le S.hol Worahlp
Mri. Curt, Otto .... A Hobe Sound woman appur 11 ,00 am Morning Wonhlp
lit Man. lint National. BiukM.n' p m" S ,41 Union HOLY CROSS .... ..
p' m Training
Cub f.ck 43O.-4ultm= ...... F H wenLaat ently stabbed herself to death last tATHOLICI. .
I 00 p.m. Evonlog Wor.hlpI 1.4:1
Cardan Club Muo.. ItIO pm. Youth C.nUrJENSEN .
Frlvl. afternoon kitch. 00 p.m. W. Midweek Prayer ..,.. ItlO
Imld.nt.-Hay N I. Thursday a 11.- .m.1 FIrst 1.-h.
lot T...., 7.10 ,..." M C. Air, Hid*. freo* 4(11-tkuiutme.ter BEACH. J. U nohadoo, en knife. DUNKLIN MEM'L BATIST-IaC'.tun. day. p... Co.'on.' Into.. Mumtoat.

....110 County R>'."'.. CIoII.....'. AM. Wed. 1 in p.m., Community 11.11 HhV TeD W'f MARV'S EPISCOPAL..15
Pra.l l.n_Ira IwlgntIrdThura. Cub Park 401-Cubmanter H. QuItO Mrs Palrlk Maloney, thirty- ill 00 n.m SraoolII .oul... S'u..tTh. 0
., 1:10Pm., C.m.Ptmu1ItNt. lid W..l.. K pm.. Community 11.11 stub wounds in her :00 ... Morning Worahlp RIOV. W. I ItOWI. R
sven silo pm Training Ut,lo110pm ,,'0, bill, .
Cub: Pack' 40J-Cut mMter R' Klil| .' Jrllh I | to Jun)
national Srr trl.* AMOtlalu. Wed t 7IO pm Lenii.a .W. She was found lying on a Worahlp Borvle Till. 10 tJuv. to S*.U.
... .._..... \I'.hl.I.' ..... bed in her trailer.According 7ilOpm. Wod. MldwMk Btrrlo ..b Our.
and.4ih Molt., M. C. ubllg UbwryP.lm EHVICt CLUBS IT JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eatt bIb 100 Hoir EukaI.t Th......, aol

City Card.a Club CI.I... Club ., tuari to Sheriff REV. JAN aNWZ/\8KI Adra B.lnt Dit,and .. .uno.no

J..ld.nt-MI. MaM" Pin.., Pr.ild.nt-Aaron Huitoa Baker, the dead woman was oroud Week. rinyi: J bidOl> | EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED

:"* ,n... alii .m., Clvu Cnt*> Wed. II ...un. Townhoi. Rettaurantodl.nt.wa by Mn Charles H. Russell who btuoiet' ? .Ill .. ... ..
Confei.lon! Saturday and .....d.'. REcvRAwM\N; A'scLSicssl""u-!
..... City CM Cri.nl .ll"aPraililentrAnily Klwaal Club investigated when her husband before fIrst Friday of month 4 III to
Iiillnlckl. .-...Ido.l-........ Bin.. lisa, and 7ilO to I,II p. .:10 L" Ch ireh School
lad 'Au... Cl.i4 Center Wed. llll p.... Ilnolo lu heard noises in the Maloney 'trailer T '100 p m, Holy Euch.rl.t

Polncl.na G.: .. .. Clvta '\O'Of.tttttu. JOB** ...... L...... Club:. Hob ST. CHRITOPHU'S. CATHOLIC- CHRIST MEMORIAL-JuplUr 1.1...

.. ..._lUv. J. w. Manoa '... .. -.Jane* Dean j Charles Russell reported' Mr n. Ma>. 10,10 ...Bandar ( Winter ....0. vnly. 10.. 1 APrIL

lit Mon. t p.... horn. lit-Ird W.... till P..... ..,...''. had been FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SC1EN.TISr CHURCH OF GOD- Indlaatowc

Part .......* Clvb A..cMUuS'prntd.otW&t.r Juplt.r-Hok* ..... Klwanl ClukReUnr I Maloney acting strange- -TJ4 Eut Oc.. Boulevard REV. IVtKETT MOSS
B.n.on Prnltt.nt.-.Itabrni HMo. ly She had asked him i several tImeswhen I UlOO, a.m Bund.r School 10:00 a.m 8 ind.y gchoor

I.& !'h.... I ,..... Clots. Center .., I p.m Juplt.\ :1.I.. Marhis her son would be home II 00 a.ro 11111; am: Mori Ing Wonnip
Ird Thurt.. I ... Supper ...1.... 0. 0. ; n'T.r:
P : ala c m Wod I MMIngReading 1 10 p m. EnooIg'
Glib *f Snwn ; from school and when her husband Room 88J Flagler. Ave. Ho...! filO '. Wed Wonhlp
..1..... CM D.'.... ; P.oplos
ITe.ld.nt Ur, B _
Biantem Many t would be home from work. Mln. throuiih Frl. 10 a m'4 pm E.d...
Flnhou... sod T..d.10/ *mHI W... IItil p..,. $... .* 1... uT 8.....,., 10 n.-11 ,10 p... .
CM Club Justice of the Peace Harvey CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD-
Stuart Klwanl Club.
,-r.uld.nt-J.ok. 8homr .lnuldtt.-br. H. Hatedal KIOTO' Pile)'. acting as coroner ruled her : ..... RIV.ELTtIFR L. ALLEN

II ihura, CIubh.iuw Thur... Hill pm.. Town Uu.. death a suicide GOBBtLL Till: a m. Holy Communion

Illiart W_..'. Club. Stuart HI.Stupor. Squar Dane. Chub I tons a... Blblo Studr 10 :00 a.m. F.n.h Kucharl.t: B......
PM.-Mn. Corn.llu. R. ,........- Hre.ld.nl-tillbort Beu>.. f. I The Maloneyi came to Hob 11 ,00 .... Worahlp and Communion and Bund.r. School

4 Wed. 1411 p ..., Club buIldIng 'bu.. I ,.... Youth eo.... I Sound from Daylona Beach bcveral 1,00, p... Wodnoulop Evening WorahlpMITM JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY

labobula. GanlM Craup years ago. p.m. Mld..k Blblo Study Skylln. Drlvo. J..o Bnch
Chairman' -Mr.. Bjlxrt J. C.*.. Stuart U... Club. I REV. NEWTON ... TWEEDY

,let Wd. !.:10... ... horn.**_ Pre.ld.nt-Al K...." TilE KEY nONA"> K. SCHROEDER: pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Stuart left with llOL: ADS 11'1'111'1T .:JO a.m. Sunday. School
Ind.4tb Wed. t p., Town HOUMStuart The export value of American .PO: mcd II -.-. Mo.nl.a Worship
CHAMBER OP COMMERCE The Rev August Ucrnlhal, president of the Florida-Georgia District of the Lutheran Church.Missouri I ::80 ".m. Youth F..h'p!!'

Hobo.. I..dtrnI4untD'. William ..,_ Proold.nt-Iodn.Bor**:>tlmlt. Wolf Club Synod at they di'tu v.d: anne pomt. at the recent convention of the district held in the Carillon gds to undeveloped last amounted free world InI.I: *''.: u' IXThMloX'1'1'1'11. N \ \to"HNolle 'Till,IO..m., wz..%.. Youth Senior' Choi

sod T...., I p.., Commualty Oeatar.m.ea Uv-lrd Tbura, a... BuarU I... Hotel, Miami Beach April 28 10 May 1. Nearly 300 delegates und guests! attended the convention $7.500000000 year to hen tilt.Itt "hol proMnl thai "ihiimliiHiKncd ni. 1,00 p.m'. Thund.r. Mldw..b I....

Beach Are. Stuart JopiinPr.ald.ntLilk of the two.stale district representing! over 36,000 Lutherans Attending as the lay delegate from I ,1 (hnulcr 20M"I" Law of t'lo.II. JEHOVAH WITESEI"t MoW
Prn.Id.nt-Ytonb. FerehrInd PryorI'u.i I '..: St. AI" .: Auto ...fI. ..II ""I.llIr wi lu.d.7 ...
Moa. .1......'.. I ..JBPraeldent tilO pm PInk Pooy Reuicmcr Church was Amos Schramm of Stuart. :1 I'I'I.E ltl'r (IP k 1ho CII'cUI: 1..1 II 1.nd Mond.r_t :10 p m. Blbl. Study. .

ViT..itAfot.OR azAT' Ni' l> romp tip inn] (: O. '> T MinIm 't. l:ltihlo! ulit',. Thlinlay-T "10. ..Inl. .' Uchooll I
Punt ..... A 1-- \ ] l> \M Mill E. 0. Blaokmaatiul I America Lo.,... J..... Beacb LI.tiAL AlIVE:ItT1IV.SlKkT JII.a KTtTH OK frLOHIUl ,llth. _, 'h. 'Idilou. "', t".
Tbunh, I .., rtrehoue Comm.nH.r-llUtoa Bwndlad4tk Because of poverty and food 1 ; Lake Elsmore in California ran I IN lib frlVATB IK > wt FAllEN bItill.AtOll. 14EV.REDEEMER LUHERAN-I OcM alA
VlartPnMilileBv Mo... I ..... Uf IOB BallAnuetea itiiiii tlHCIIT <'OIHT OK TIIHMMII : I Vt.fc.l>bU ) undor whleh we will entente, 8.nOEI.t.\
M. L (BoBBy) KeUealn Leilea. Stuart shortage in many countries. the JIIIKHI, ( IHCIirAMI IS. dry in 1951 Pipe-line have been JAb IWEL > I In bu.lnriui. ha\HiK our prlui.ll"al Solo ll:, .L.... 8w".nX8c 1fcil"btaIHI Itn<.
.8.4 _.
fOHHri> 'IU11TV IT rjiwr of p,mine** In Htuarl.' MnrMn
< l aura, S *.m World Food enlimutcs
Con*>andr JekB L. Taylor ': Congress Ttrn' trr ri/oitini built irni it will be refilled: at a ri Cr. oraRd'lr.on.. Muv Ww f, r in.: mat inn ftMf, m. dffil4t KlNfl
P..UII Merehanta 01.1.... ind aad Chairman-Phlllr Bamk4ek : tKtUKICKHhM, >> cost $730000 VSSiSSor II .VKVk.8 LAW and Ml. .
** Lfla, ladlaaMwaCommandoJim this from malnutrition : r P.JOHNSON
or IlJI'I1 Pa.to
Tb..... Stuart Chamber. BaflilatCONSERVATION :: Jui: 74tk year l'IIIDUn. j V'ill amf each of you ar, hereby .,\ 1.I Vitro IHUh and kUTI' ) Chu..h at-hnol
- Hat I PJ starvation v.. The pain of angina rector and notified, and required to pienvnt t any that. there are .. tenon.11MRNAH lUG: .m. 1"0.'. CI.
--- )1..Itm.. BB-DINOEH: el .1.1Kllen of clahl' and whlrli you. or Inlo..d. In ash bl.ln.... 10:00.: .... '., Worahlp.:
heart do".nd.
Auu oa Socbty ABMrlea* Lo'l.. Aualllarf. 1.._ Be*.. a."L'P;;; \ : ; 1111I'IOl4rhKkT; : ; : 1I..I.n, INOTIl'1Q irregularities rhythm are elthtr of you may have aimliuit th. : hn.n'
I Pnu'I.I.ot-luunuS M.0.. .at. rrMldent' -Mr.. Lame MeOiw ---- --- 'I'll AIPEtItrROM being relieved by a pew drug call. ..'al. of JANE \ LKni:K | M. LAW I, .S METHODisT..I., CI.A.
Ird ...... p.m, 1'1.' .. .N.tIeaDI Pugak hud.tttb MOB, I im.AMitcB IX rUM 'UI"\"U'' .I1'1)fj.'N: ('Ill HfIM THaI I'TATh: U. FW.tt.IIA ed pronethalol being tested i in WELL deci-aaed. 'tale' of ..M "TI1 Pub' Apl 80, May T. 14. I.l 11181 I 1:41, WALTE U.
hull List AIIII: 'oH '" 11" lOt.-! TO: County Jud.* of Martin M..nl. W..hl
do':= L.,le AiullUry\ IlusaSPr..td.nIlImi. ::00
*. Xlodr.1 II. ai.OlluIlb.. : Jenkln (Irarnor a wl .low. England. County lold. at lila offlc In UI SlIILITY "N ('"1 "T, I Chu.h
,00 .
... .. Clara May T.laia \\). ItMIS P Hox HI Koma UeoiKla, Mary Ti' 1''t.I' I am Morning Wo..hl"
let ,. I OonrthooMJunl the court hal. of aald fointv at. I'll t l- .
'.' itk MOB. I Leilo Hall 1A'I : :.0 Yo..h
p. p.
IN IIFliHTATR' I HU UedlnKir a...gum ,1 J. ".10- LKUL .\U'.ItTIU'rwr :: Stuart Klirtda within Hght (aim (On. F.I..hl"
I.* CaneMTatln Club Marti Ceu.ty ._..., W.WJ Veleraa.U : OKJANJk llnbonan" herhuaband. lloulc' a. \\M!. -- : I dar month from .the, tlmo of tie 174 lIE 1.1 Jut.I worohlp ut"d: :1
... and
Tenth A. :
ToiLs t ill Stuart OMar .>....." ...-l.hlllp A. Ml... ., Jl THOMVHOV: t tun K.tutuutby., tleorgf O ilnua Lied fMI'T.'T; : 4 I'llIlEGlurKil I tInt publication of Ihl. ," Km'h TIlE : li : .
Stuart Sallll'>kluk: i iP..I. Itt-lrd tnU J. B. Community CMtar "..'...lied. finale man Hume' I' Uul ; .'II'I'II'IUI. ::01 55111Autico claim or dnnmnd Khali nol In Kill ALlHTA TTE TRIN.T. MlHODIT-
...-<<. B. flradlay NOTal'TO] IIIPMIIOII* ton, .kn thu' Ky H man: B Von Htpln, I. h..h)' irl.en that the :I Inn and ahall I mat* of .... t "ElL .
l.t Yo..d, I I.*), gmraj me*...11| I Martla CwBty B.rr.ck.. AullUryPrantdent All' creditor. M Hie enlanJAMh of a widow 0,100 i\entmorcUnd Ap.itm undimlxned Ii::lor the pn'vlalona I r<-lrlenc. and poet oWi.P'dd'.. l'll'r IUITIR. ':00 ClSALUI '
Ird W xl. I '.it. dlnotan. Ul Nail Bk.vary -Mr.. .Ruth N. Hull :, B TIIOMAUt'N' ileci.",d. nt 103. to Anicelea, Lullforila; ,\ ; of _I''r"'IO; : :% Law of Florid. of the clatm."t. and You and yo"i *re here 1:111: Woi.iip, 8bo'
( TUM, till'l ..., w'rw., tit-lrd rrl.. I ..BI.. OU "'.. C*.rk are 1 lioreby nitlllvl and reiulrrile to Ads Onlie., latten and luirKK K" Ait rrgiater with the to by. .. or by. llotlflod and rxqulred to Ph ouetI Ida ,.m. E..".. s.I. 10' DO'
I j _ _ _ V.I...... Ceuncll el M.rlla CeuetyCbalrman anv Unlma ur deman, whkh I fallen hur huaband 1616 LunelaUrlve riREMEIII OROANIZATIONSJenaoa .-John W, Keller thinmv l.Ve mnln.t .all,. enlHt" '* Uel Mar. California. lI.nnllh for Muillu i;: milv Htrlda; : uponrecelit or demand not no (11 .d hHll bp void. or vlthir of you. nay have ..aln., OSCEOLA
: Au.tl1.rptt..ld.nI.lttrn. Ird Maa. I p.m., 'tuari .....1.., Horn I In .lie off lie of th. <'ounly JurlOo A. Ollln .,"lion. I .iniih. ..wnnan, V.ttWpulmoiolitlid of priof of publliutlon of VKOU.I (-. HIM; .rla Cuburn d" 11Ev. D. IT1OET MZHODIT, 1.
B.unb rlnw a of Martin' CountFloillu, Avenue. ,1u purlunntJul thl "tntle. the fldltlou name to. .en.'t ,
: Marl Prxltl V.1W, l.n.it.m..nd.rJob tourlliouii; at Mtuall, Fl I, .I..t'.I\I: \ii.to :. Lo. Amtele. California. : l.>l nPtnnlry wit It I 11. LiEiltt: 1 .: d.ling bll.l"u. a* .nd. TcHlumfnl of JAMJ\1 ('ollnt y Judge of Martin Count} 1.40 a... loeday. Orhoni
Sid i.TisSuFkOU. ( M. MurrayInd .Ix .aim.la. rn.h.. from thi olsu. known aa T. HTt'.VKT IILMK.AI I (COMPANY \ tJEIt1 BTILM ELtOKOROICII. Horlda, .., big office In the Courtllouae WoT \ Bootleg Yonilll,
i I Jeawa o'v ':_ tin. Pi>M I .4tk Tkur, Oula.a tiat BulldlHVFW 4,1.. D' Iho flint pubmritlm. of thlnolle Otautny: : : and $tu.uS "' 'I'h'\.u; \ .: under whkh I I tull:! enifHuo |ho bu.l- d at Htuurt Horlda. within wLJ .'..''on.ry 8oeltyTli5raaa"t ..... fl
.. .. ILH;: ,'h elalm or ilman I miiN baud .... wlr.: Juuu.n. 1oi..I. known I ne.a, havliiK n I rlnelpal. plan of BITI.KUAttorney might calendar' molt ha from the Wo \ at Sill ,.
: ldl..l.wnr..m..d.r.4rn.pk be In wrltlnir and mual mate. tin itiutunad: T. J. J..n.. known to huirlnee. In |im mil Htuart. Martin fur bxuLiitur dat of the tint pthIIt.lion of thl.
I fort Salra* Flnataa AaallUrf W. rVeeten plot.. <.if riKldnnce and pout.offleiddre b i'* dead I Ciiinly. Ha hut, lie |'artv In. P. O Hox Ion 7 OotIro. t'h: claim or demand must I:JJ p.. Pra,.. 11.
Pra.ld.nt. -Mary e...... lt>lrd. Vat. I,II p... Paul HoMVFW .a of the claimant anti mil"he And toThe : I t.....t.d In nail I,",mne.a I I. H. E. Jupiter. FloridaPub h. In wrltlnc and immt I.u. Iwo., IOTt So.rd .""" ((1.4
r and thun' lial t.>... FlnhMH\ Availlry, worn In bv the ilalnmnt hi. unknown hunl and or wlf. "H.gle) of Hum. |Inrlda. and that .: April 13 JO. May L II. nil to bv .the claimant. hlg ...nt or 'i. .aih .isntb)

Port Sal..... V"u.'_ Plr. P.pulaiat Commanit.r-.Mr.: t'=. Wed ..."t. or hi* altorniy'. or It will *a 'lIt. tm> nuiy be of elthrr It...ir.aron.. itt",,i i itraona Iii Lore.O- I hi. .attorney. or th OluOulO'hit beUThH SOUHEN 3aI.o.
Pra.ld.nl-Hubert I.h.... llt-lrd Wed, Ooldea GaU BulUlafMISCELLANEOUS I In.i'nine rutH' .,''nrdlnll(I I to law of Itt I e natural nn'.h: ,i are ,'d In gild I h'lit:'': ,,'tt U Tit .(nut. STY .II D'..:'" (01 "T rittte lul and void aicordlnv to KNIGIT MEHODIT-t.
!. .. 801'h, HH4aJAMUMII. II. !K KhtlLM (01,511. \ '
April partlca dtfendant to thl ..u.o a.m
\ ; Jo-LIUI
.. .hI TUM. rtrh ut*> I .1 Sorvlo.
Pub JJ 30 IV:< ,
/ TIIOMAHOV.rxe.utor I And toora : : April My 7. 14. net Hr: I nth day of J llR6. 1:1: "m. luody lu'bool
FRATERNAL CmCANIZATtON of the I l.t.t. o( All unknown partle rlilmlnif In. t"TATE- OK ClINTON O : 1''.... Ep.orth Luoo.
Civil Air P.tr.ICumm..darM.Jor l\ t (II HT UK 10t > Jl IK.K, Kit.BY: Adin thn .
Aeaala Chapter. Ordw el D.Mola' Junl H Thomaion I'r..t hI>'. through or agnlnat. any Tt 1'111. nlmrilor of I: t t t.ap .. .:'.vhul5.rvlo.
C. B. L.ailCan.11k. nr\lr Or .'l. HU> HAHIINIMY I known I of Alberta. (oburn. di.ceiwed .
M.ter Coutrnlini-4horkS r Slpoa d." or either if th* *.ld named defendant \ .1. JA)111 Wa...,."
lad.4tk Mon. I ill n.m, MMopJ Tmpl .1 100 /./ T. C. l"lOl'k.tt aa hlr. devuire legatee.. PXhl TIUDI l \\ HIWBNAdnilnlatrator 'oO p Mosl.aayy .
Obalrmaa 0. Kladret: .<.rnev f...r uoulor: 0..nt.'... puuon..uri. '..:al rcprelalm'- Nw 11' P..rdnTI.P for lod and 4,1 .
H.nry ,
...... PldT.STE 0. I P. fl Hox 755lahok .
\0..1. Misoils p. II Unit I7MKtiivTl .rntatlvrm' oat tnu.lno. T KIIlThiH':I Tie: p.m. PnrrSiSwSas
MoisutI,. ot-.luh. C. I.h_ gn.i Ifontln5
.. Muter Ubrlatlan Kalkl.tlrd : II : ) TO \i AIL .*, Fit.rlda
Yo .hlpul rlnrlln ollltrrwi. 1.1"1'EKlEI
creditor I ITILWEL AL. CHEI'ITI'lu
n..., I p m, MMoaU T_h .n W. 000.. III... .T ,..... lublay t : T. 14 tl. 91 HIM .n..; or I 5 I'Jo nl"n HA\ HUMS OK Hub, April la. an. ID May 7. IllS FIRST METHODISTI.4ke_

Ann. Milk Clr.1" ElbaIro.ld.ot..Mn. Lady Coli..... A..ecbtUaPre.ld.nl j--Tii t17i.i, .\JI I"i And toMl : TIlE BrAlV: Tl-LriuVl" .'\''" T.\T''. : T 1.1 E.Mor 01HK lIP %II'I.IliTlllS REV.pIn GKU8\I I NcUI.UCK
-Mr*. JCdna: F Dan l : lIT unknown partle having orclaiming 'UI : :
MMI.Vltd : ;
WUm 11:61 ..
: : TO.1.. l'Klti.I: "NM INTHtKSTFTJE81 Toll. and ...b or 'tIIHll: :
T.... luG .... M. C. QoU OlBk l"i \ '" It l.tult lie herrhynotified Id.Iog
Thura I .. Hk L4. Olry. SI 511115 a III \ to I uv.unyr 11 or 104 THE YOI. a. 1:011: :
pal T' lIIiIlulb> Iniereet In the f.llowlnn ,d.'lb.d. VTr: UJo' bAll Ut, and t.'IIIo" prorlIaoytlaItno 1. inn >.. iwiaMrTH pm MY"
.. Llv.ly Art Club IN:< U.,. 'tI'ET: P d.m."d whIh you. : IK MbKrHY: Pal lorortty ,,
HIM Pre.ldM_... a.. ....., ArketeetIrd HI4TATIC: n''" t IItIll. ':.'nl.ri: y.hluut.. I In Martin Tou are heritten ,,' ,' ""tlfled thatupirtlna a rl".r of you, tour It v aicnlmitth I .that MUHVE.L I'. ".\HKIS AII.I i iKUIIHItT :
Ep.lloa Iou Chapter 1.4. till ..... Home lHN:13' uIu "n.wII I : ,,' I..t.ln'II., I'' ; to betat of J VMtrl RILEY I tEElt: M. PtA ttKl'ltI. hi. wife, :; :
Pra.l,lent "Mra' J. Kdwln =) Ball .. I'H" 1\'. I'I"S.J and I I'a reel' I: All, \ of th* North' nno- 1 be the IJIHI XMll oil, Ti.tmneiit of .1'0| kn< wn JVMts H I'Lf;11I m'i'aldh ra of the filloulnir cer FIRST
l.t.,rd Thurk. I p.m, ) M.rtla. Ceuety. Fair Acltl. nflL ViHltIHR, 1'fNt'l'J.' Iltu.t.w.n4 hnlf of th. Nurtl eaiit Quarter roll rt" red.nt him been admitted >i>peaii,d. l lot. of Maitln" (',,lints'. 'e flli'fl sold j rertlflcatelecd REV. PREBYE.ANN. RI.. .b_
Pro.l.4.t.-J. W. H. .
XI Co... Phi Chapter let M... till ... AgrIcultUral BldiMartla I of the Houthwe.t Id usrirroCItt to |rohate In old. toot i Plorlla with flllnir II'00, for.8 I.. tu b. lanucd I h..o"n 1EV. A. 8"IRII. 1..,
Yo" .
or lrrnh1 ireC' Tb | IYINEY .
with lo the rmmty ( and
.. of lu. .
mldd.t-Mrn. C. K.. llno.. '01'11.' T4I ( HMIIIIIHMTO / II. .... .ml."rt. .I'lrO. nlmh. :00 am LOWRAB ...1
Ceu.ty Cell a.l Ceuetry Ct... AIJ. UtM' ,fn VuwiMnTp In .I .I.nlo' : tho I Martin (ttili h. In the Court if IHu.ltr.. of 10
miltH' I1 Howl do..II.lol
l.t-lrd Tha,... I p.a.., aomMOaughtera AMI Al I. I. ; I I. um. Wu..hlp
fl l f Ih p'll"Irrilo'n .. .
..I.d. ; HI"... MMflVH H\VVI| rAIM1 IClh l r.:, ,IMiif booth of < ftl" H oi.satlltuo rI. Florid.. withIn r ont ind 0. wl I ., 1.1.
tilt I '
el, Amerku .........* n.>tlce apprnr I it i > 11, aid calendar .. .. .... .. 1' lillonahlp
tl* Ird lu**, ... ..., Clutheae* r>* W\XI AUMNMT Alll .:n. Hl.t Kiad tllut.I'.ro' \. ,,. 'I, .. l'ol.t ''n tl a fromI 1 aa .d follow. Iopl.
... ,_Mra. Marjwl Momla PATE ph r ,If ""' "" I lie dalo o( the VincI pibluatlon of ".U'YERIAfot ..
..4 n...., h.a... Mar11.: Courtly F. ,. Lirnonrrn.id.nl.Altt Putt .nd .rb 0' ouuu. a..' h. t rtu. i: VII of 'the Kouth 0... the aril.'n of ..11 1'"u'lln i"nillllnjall Ihl. nol"1' (',.MMl f'P;. Oeltlfliale, NoI.II "UMMUNI
Kru.gai .tllI.rt l soul remlr t.. .M, ...t h..1f ., Ohs S....h....I tjuuu.rtrof will to .pr.bate ihould not ".' lIllY HW'OH: Molh.ro D.Molay ClobPrn.Id.ntMo. WrIght sod Tlllir., BemlBol A... any. ...lalm or d,'nt uttul I -hlt'h I '0". the H,,'"h"... Id,000lrf aland lunrryok,4K'ANtI AM FILtl IV:< nt'I'LI'\TI 1.'I""n" .., "r"pert lot I III l. 1:10: 1..10'
: I ItAUY JR.ounty .'IRWr itluub 15 0u lEi I lieu
11.57 01'l'Al.ir
.nlthor 0' t the Northmen (J inner of Hectlim Worship
Martin County Amateur P.adl. Club. Sr tutu "I ,4ngR 111.1It. B.\XI 1 ..
... Tmpl
4th Mon lIt) .0.1. ( J, 8..1.
pm idveMnrtln ,
lre.ll.nt IMII UrIUon .. Falale, of 1'1111. l'Ett.; nit, 13. Town.hlp IT Hnuth, Or $HTtAHTl tlYY 5. in lInt H.uu.k t, n Y..... '
tadlM* Au.III.., t* .. Blwfcntaaipmat Third 1h...., I p.m. AT 1-4111 '.nnwn an 1'1111.I W "r:SCK:, and IlKillt* 41 (-ant;, l hy lllK 8lllh cf QKCini .: H. t'nnt: >'. Florid nOl, 'SI' MHKRrll,. .. Paro ".illona 17 U. 'ru. p..Wed.u ..110..111
"tll .. '. Slat' 11.tad 11,07.u".pllltlC HITlER Vll..I'.ld.nl andIirawrr II N.E. Col
II t IL. WMMUt I FN< V. lieceaaelni 4 IND.
Chief M.trlanh Gl.ify Fiumaa4ta Martla' Couely Hunrteal $u.kIpliII.tul.lthittd or Martin ('"iintv, tlorlda. with tleirfrom the "' Attorney.. for tx: '.utur ,... ...' Nuilt.. I I" ,,'hl. .....d tNCtMpl. Purl IIV., UNrAIA' FELLOwSHIP
'i : I I. Ito, Hit
T...., I p'.m, 1OOK Hall I ......11 flllnit 't $1 nil, It. the lonnl'TudNe iel: HiKlnnlna- ..tl.t.'f E..lo' or the E.la' ofJo INC ill ". Ctui...
lit Tu.., till, ....... FlrM NaUoaal Bk \: ..f.o: t of Martin Inunty Iihe the Nortlie.nt 0orturufltti Jti Ito?, FlunluIn ,,.. Rhiry Prod. Oo.oap 1.1... Port PI. Ilmub.
0r4.r .1 044. ,.U... lub: April nIt, : ". 7 1044 $04. I'.e."e All Of .Ict b.hllr P.hl.n.hip .. .
I..a'ont Court Hoime. at Hluart t'lorl,In. Kiuth <.ne half of th. :Northatgvmrler < II s. Rnmrt, ".op.r In To .. lunuhuI
.blo 0..01-1.0.1. h..un Multiple' LIMIng ....... I >CIIAtl a IITTMAV County. state 0' hlo..hlp lobool. 10 ..... I..d.,.
of .
within alx calendar nth. fr the uthw.nl 41" o 1.\U'I'IS. th.1
.....,. m < n IV TIIK I 01 .
.t.ry -John D Cray .I H. TimsiliodIth .. triO of lbs Northwe.l Quarterof SYIJ111.l.: rill It?. Attorney for F.rtiiurII Ida PENTECOSTAL
.h. tho .
dnt. or tInt
r:Ird TUM. I p.;... LOOP Ball. T.... I L.. 'hl. notice HAir ct,.VIM" 1 hull 'npMNH .' .Htitlon IJ Tuon.hlp 17 HoViSt1"1 Millll' l *"' :"'. ) E..t Otean HoulevaHTIIH I'nlvmi club certificate or CVIITI $ BIILII..I.a

ladle River a....,..... 11 Palm City Home Domatrtlo. dab. MIHT Fir a'I'I.Y I .HWOHN1O Houth KanK* 41 tn.l., rune.t IN Rh P. 0 Hon & tlIU.'t, .'10'1'. rat.. .h81 be ,irdeemed at-turdis I: L. Mod., I.hol.
.. ..... .$..ulh I 30. )l.r 7, till to prtperly deacrthed In 80 .....
thief l.tntUubfhirmiOd! Wllao Praeldent- Mr.. kllubeib. fatteraeil.t AND: .Pit rW IN PITt f ICATh. ItO fnt: tlu run It : Ap.1 I inch .. .I. I londor 1.0,0 li.olo Soevhsa
pd-dtb TUM, I *m, WOP BaU Tue... I JO ..%.. Clvl 0.... /aM HY F rVNOWAn : I feel: thence run taut tIP feel; R.'TP: .t'I..t. ir certificate willbi .1 p...
Admlnlntratrlx of th. thence run North< 14 feet to th* HO"WtRJ: i IS "R.IT rot HT op TIlRRISTII anil hlune.t bid ler at tiecourt CET
..1.._ Dub. Sonar Club ... Awlllaryfraildent Polaclaaa' It..... Clue K.tate 0' Ihll [.em,*. "point of benlnnlnir WIuAlt. \ UHn Ir ... hoiine door on the flrat Von SS/ScH"RBT/
-<....r'". TvtU. Ird Wed I p.mCall ,.........d 'urns..d, .'1.011"I" ) PItH '... da> In month of JIMlam. w:":I.h OR
AT V-II44. for pious. .. 5011(01: nt lHtlllTy \U'.II' la the FIRsT dar of JINF. 1 1041. Cbrtb .
(Th. Wlmedw.1.) meeting Ail.). "7 "onlh Atlanta Ave 8 bJ'd to ,. ., thoil U n 4 TO All. l'Ktl.\: tU""T"I LION lh
Pml Id lent Mra. rl...I l Forab.r Pert B...... Home Demoa.tratloB Club HI lart. Plrriut'lit '....m...'. 0' meo.r $ 1TERM1TF.D P..lo thU 30th day of A1'1L I Ill ., C. BAKER JI. hl. '
J. B. C... ChlMhClutof :. ; : sAlt DB- I, lundar. "
Ind 4tn Fri., I p m ....... ...- .Mr.. ZilUh N.wlm M", '11.U:U fi. I,ITTMAVAttornev ., I T.TI 'I lXI n ) I 1:10 ..ID. 810..1
....... Muou Invited 1rJ1T PlaintiffNORUV T1OROTPIY PI loodar.
for Ad",InlatratrU. You and nub of you are hereby EI'E. Worh'' .
tat Thur.. till tlvlo .enter .. 8..1.
pm h..h lhmt 7:0 p.
kiiuit Hlvl' r."lr to fll. wor or n.lfl.d CI.k 0' .f Slir. .Th..d. Bible
13 pootan.
P.E O 3I.turbund. ; : ," ,. 0'' to SteAM Kt'ItlSEM.SlTIhIC "
Omr w.llen I tIll FlorIdaib1.SL
RIphid. 11. oo .f MoulIn eo...., 0. I H>ii r.t. Fl"',tlda other pleading to a Complaint riled laM 'u""UI" 0' county
P Ch..to. PrnIittt J0hiinl.' C. tih.u Pub: Mar 7. 14. II. tl. UU4 .0.1,01 jroil and eaih to. hoh.ury aid d oedcnherX wil I 1..la"O.t flut. ) ikdy." tf'J fc'ftuMSiuart -__-__ .
proild.t-Mrn. ,. till.. ..,..... hu... H ..... (....ral Meethif --- (. : M. l-relrlrkeen t'i.. arerieralnature .. In : .o. ,h..n .. lub: April 80 May I. II. M. miIM

1.1.1,4 110.. I ,... 9ornisCl .Loot Tkur.., I ..... Biulnea lIrallill M HIM nil STY Jl IH.r" t'III BTTMW of .whUh. la to quiet title to. ? .omm"h'him ",",uhf.t., V pin nu.r.r.l..nd.r T: III NOKMV. Tlrd JhAN HI.reelOEOIU1K W. 11ES TIn (01 STY Jl IM. :.. Rolary Club
r rni RTl .
5. u '' C''I ai the above de .rlbed property. nIb.rwho. .
1'1' in. iiiu
1lP .
Ch.pl.PPr..ld.ntMm. SI. L.... a r,"hIll. doll of tho 11111 Miuryt.nd .. M>
Inlet Y.kt Cluk month : rUK
pu'uwtltIN l .. th. .lIe..Uon. .. con IsIS.otul ..ln. 'I'Tt'I.1U' \ Mmto
0. A.hUy CommndervLen. llwkB fli.t "" r 1 his ton TO' filth. ItteltElly SturIrlErn W.1.1
lad.4tk Wd. II *.... b.isisOrd.r lot Tb..., I p.., Yiekl dab ItP'IlttiIb! In th. aald (omplalnt will b* i appear In thrau ".1:1': .. IdHTATB tIE > lob.na.o lufriord by you. andoath c. If anr'lon : the 0th,I 1.11,1 h.. b Probd.ol.
ft "..... fun' Girl : hy e n b rut.hI OFHIIIIIIHT I
rnM"KM of and the .Id will ::
vAuAbWi > u *
I\A t
Stuart Beerd ., Mealier you o f thi. : Mob
Advtoor. -tfu.an Coulter itt admIttIngMold .OU lheaIn.v.etytrd AlRIiVV1LUAM4 > Smith
Worth ,.. .
', > t".n prO 4 ex p..I.. It..h anuwoor I
I _ld.l t Kaiuram .Ict .
Tllloa P'"hn' .
I. aol ('ourt. .nd miure her.by Socratarr
10"''''' IUM, f II naw M..10! Tmpl .il p .qul. .
I.. Tkur, I ...., Stuart ..**! 1weai t t1M1TKK olbor plndlll n..t btt flied ..n .1..4 ..,uko,1FY" .d to a.rvia rop, or 10ur ... .' It.reoe4 ? SunrIse Inn
Kor.l Pau t.b.b.b.P1.11. belor. Joni. with tho
Tit ItMHTOH* or IU4. ""
Grand Mra 0,... Hall Smart Stamp Rashly All orrdhhurs of th* luititi of Flv. Clerk of lou-t. and a copy mu.tb h'Ot'NTT(1.IlR I or' o.h., wrtltrn drfo air. pan '<.rTI r TO ( HrUITIIHtAll : -
lit-Ird Mon, S p... 1OOP Mail Pre.ldeul._laomae H.......... Vp>,.' len' IKnnaknv' Liu.ou1.' ar* iu.rv.JhI'oi the I lalntlff I ere )1..lIn C.:":,":" Veit Palm 1314Bolldln Jluvo Horlrta HOldER creditor' of th* e.late of. I

...... .... Elka L.. .. UTEulted Ird Mon. I P... Pubua Library. irbv. notified and rSjuTr:, in file I I tuotupun hi.alturnr....... ,..ho are O. I P"bt "p.1 'I 1' 1,' Slap f. IllS on *or brfor the B..b.IKth day of ..ADKIAVMLt.lAllrt hereh notified and. dceaaed ,.. 4O... e.--- ..o
: Ruhr-Oaa TooatI Turl.t Clubl.t.'d 'nyelalu.t. 0' d.o.ct. wh'h thoy'u.n Otmhtr OughtPrxwer p May 1164. and before or Im- quired Oh Oatapotuhnls' .
..., Mnday'* have nnln.t mu I th.tHfloo I HI Htu.rl Florida.Thla 01ih II I .A.o! thereafter fill or demand ; I
MOB., I ..... Teutb Ceatoe 11.ritII'lit : I 'I ) : In with which they may have aiguitlot.ald
Stuart Skria. Globirr.uld.tJibfl of the Oounty Order and Voile .hall\ b* ltKl.InTblt: Ill : I s S : ('e'k tf tho ab.v. ptyied Court e.tale I In th Oufhoief | CITYCOMMISSION
I AIM" <'..u ill* liurlt. In tie '"urtSum rmnllahed In Tl:* Htuart N..... anewapaper l.TIm I I. her.I ""v'" lItal P. t1 o.I.ln.1 Itt an4d Aeaw.' or laidWn'httptt county Judge of Martin
U IhP''
Club at Ht tII.t. Horlda. within' alxlendai ,mibllahed. I III *tuart. If :
ti. dofenee
Ut T..u.. f p..j ManatM Yiubt The coekrouch continues tucCessfully . ,,, I i'j p.oY.I..n. any Florida. In the rourthou. at ,: I
i It nIbs from the dale of County of :Martin Florida, one of Chapter I FAIL NOT
o or th* allsGitlona art. Florida within ,
United C:-...*... Tm..ku. to outv.it nature and manPINES Ir.t p"III. :iilon if thl Notice I-H: ,'hlelm .very week for four coneetullve Apia, of I>4I. vii, : rClark :::,. with rldh" H'ErS paid Ton.plaint b* from th* date rIght of th lalendankonth flr.t.
Howard .
I soul.,, Crnunoi1.v.-ll .r rirmnnd miuit be In w ItlnrM **.k... I of th. II I: .1 STUART
----- --- : l ID and aa coiifed you.MTNFHrt publication of thIs .
h. Tkun I Po.... 1OOP" U.H ..I I n".1 nat, the ..e root.l IiIt... for "ur .ot. Jr
i place \\nORriERrDal Martin Ion: > \ my ."and official' claim or demand I
U.I.... Daughter. gi th. Cwle4ramrF tun.1 .....t "rn... aid... nf tI.o'I.h.nl. tlorlda thla lth dar of ,Vprll U 4HOmiTIIY 1 recent I of pn,:r ,:f l ;: :' **.1! at IbIs Slob and un labIal, mlo. ,real, I II I
... ...._Mra Mar la L B mll R ;; 1" .nel m".1 b. .w.n 10. hy'h IFROK: III.' notice. 'the r I ',tbr'lo. I. day of .t.l. 1o'ld. dene and pttat.IIP 'I...or REGULAR MEETTNC j
II la' M. ,' .I.utnuaflt, .. 10''. .co..t or tin .1. Clerk of null Oourt of witIW: nuVr. .:: cii.bat. ( : .HlfP tk* olalmant and moat. of
Unity Chapter, Order *f ttar. Star Stand torn, it II a ill b.eome Vuuid sorouding Martin foimtr, Florida 'n htuain.o' I "tn f ".prrn- (' ., : } 1 '.. to by th. claimant b aworn.. 8 00
I a W. Matroa-afn. .JoMpb Rohwtl Srlad4tk r I' Tall 10 too lIly Carolyn 7lemba rhp.l ph,, 0'. b. .. In 'RIOert. ( FI.ld.ROLYS' .urC'Cu bIt _m.,.. or ....nl r : PM. 2nd .?? 4tb J
Tbar*.. .-*>.. M.. J* TplaCOVEV4MWTAL 1..to.l.hl.. 37th dav of Anrll 1054. Ixputv rierk MartinCounty, 'I": ,hi.: tht th. ( C '. $0.11a. aulordiptu 'I I..\ MONDAYS
In Jtl,II'H H. rih.MHKK Circuit Court Heal purtjr lnt.r*.tt>.) In: "aId' !. ,, ( .. :< BASK !
ORGANIZATIONS r mm Florida'sFuture A. Admlnl.lretor (IUUHTEKMOS OlOHTBHSOV k.het N. OHar. 'f ,? ..In.Horld. /l/ OEUR'.R L, PI:1 ZEB fAL Stuart
OrOHTHlMON lb lHTkRHOV;: :< By: \Mn A. Ounht.r.on and that Oh OIOII.ru other peron Attorney for .' lliioulo, 0' tho Katsts or Ci HaO
City C: aiaalal*. iJJmLM4 Hv Wm. A. (luoht orion 1'I 0. Hrnwer Ii Intere.ted In mid buln.**. 1314 H .rr.y ROBERT AI'KIAN Public !
Vttti&tSsd..dtb Alt for Admlnl.lrator Htuarl Florid ROBERT N. Welcome
Noei-Ra? Ororuo WHAHA 1 Vttt Palm WILUAMM Dfweawd AI.,

I .... S P... CJtq ... I Pub. Mar U 31, II I.U Pub May T, 14, II, It U" Pub. .AprIl Jl. 10 Slop, 1. 1 7IMI P.April 1 Jlnfr. T. till Pub. April II ii. 10 May T. 11(1 -- .'mll r 1 i!



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: fillMlRI illiiulu) Ihunday, May T. 1964 1-P

.1 furray-Sapp "


tMay31lfn. '"-.- .. -

: Rosalcen Murray, 309 Win t'I"io: Rl'U.'i' ON 1 \ Retail expenditures. boating
nachcc It \11 \U\S CKIISMi : .: m I9f>2 wire estimated at $2-
Drive announces -the englgcmcnt
and approaching mar .. and Mrs K.ilph vmrudfi SOU,(000) .

(rlage of her daughter, Barbara I, II i M.iv :2 on their 'yacht. Tin _.otLII............. '....... """. .o/0 I

Anne, to William Henry Sapp the l '' 'mticlccr' lor II w'Ckhsbina CARD tl I<' 1IIVNKSI
ion of Mr and Mrs J. M Sapp of '
Fort. Pierce J. I I' 1the H.iliunmsi I would like to thank alt my

.v The wedding will lake place Sun ,uesti uhourd include Mr and friend for their beautiful curds

day. May 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the f. M" Richard Bohncr and Mr and remembrances on April 23
first Methodist Church of Stuart / : 11101 I Mrs. Ld: I l.a"rcJlce. when I celebrated my eigniy-sixth

) "Kith the Rev Walter Jessup ( iptain IMc Robertson 1 left I birthday Special thanks to Mr
officiating No formal invitations! \1.1\ < with the tvmrudes charter and Mrs Peru ulsiccn for the
ar.i. being I issued and friends are .t A I shing bout the "I"ran 1.," to join beautiful uhi, : 1 corsage ,ind the
members ol the Ol S l ItIh" best
and "' ,
invited to attend the wedding : 0 .' ilu parly
reception to follow at the church t< .. .j birlhdu) puts I eui: hul
... : SKRHKIIS: :Ml I1l HIIIIC"1.11' III
,Bill Gladden of Krueger Park ,\ 111*: IIIIKUn'
way is in Martin Memorial Hot. _*' ..J JAIIIIHI
I oe.ul of he National -
< -I' chuptcr I
pital recuperating from surgery : \ Secretaries Associiilion, will hold: I "S 10)1 I C.tKMHOtV
performed early Sunday morning, ,.y .' 10 kill, IIIN .
p. fI a meeting on Monelu) May t 11 I, ul
May 3Harold. ; t 7 to pin ul the Nlntin\ (ounlv 3 DAYS "I .u, p..lr...4 with .,roo gT
> 4 L I MM vn'ir 4* "luck I >nx dn Itor.
'I : .1 ... Public ibrur)'. 1 lu program will W::I :l.< ,k'n -lo :,K otfWmch
Clark of Holiday Park ." ...- 'I.. hw.llh, kln N
npUra I
_.... bt entitled listening All MM*
: WCH'I..ne. -
.. .. .
wai taken to Martin Memorial .. .- llth a.d burnlnt U ntl.oplU. >oolh.C
are invited intlud ng nonmembers ot, T.4-L tOOt POWDER loolint
Hospital Sunday morning for observation JUMOR WOMVN: CLUB officers installed Friday evening, May 1, at a dinnerdince recording secret irv: Mm Guy Croniwcll president Mr* Mallory Johnson, cor Refreshments will h lor >:Mly Inol loot orfori >Uv> acllvoIn :
and treatment ind Mri Rod Aderholdt /lirst will lh ikln I >r Vouri NOW M STUARTOHIO
---- at the WomanClub Building are left lo right: Mrs Tolcy tngcbrctscn re'l'on.llngCerclarv. vice preM.cnTIley guide I served. CORP

V BARBARA ANN L1ND5EY second vice president; Mrs Calvert Montgomery, treasurer; Mrs Albert Krueger the club activities lor the coming year,

1 SECRETARIAL Typlnl Mlmpoinphlni SIRMCE Women Install Mrs. Cromwell President I "ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS'

*,'* Compl.l.Photo Cwln Socnt.rUI Notary. Sorvk Junior as

IV FrM Pickup D.llv.rr

217.4617 LI.....J Installation of officers of the Maypole decorating the room. president. Mrs. /1 n presented acol Cromwell: first vico president, Mrs. .nwmcll received t the $1,850OOO.SHOPPING

Junior Womans Club of Stuart Mrs. Toley Entcbretscn was fee urn and le. .pot, (or use at Mrs. Rexl Aderholdt; second vice preside nts' pin and gavel from .

was held on Friday evening, May chairman of the banquet and the the clubhouse, uheh was accept prcsielent! Mrs. Toley Lngehret. Mrs. Zorn Mrs Cromwell presented .
WHY-FAY; -MORE]: i,. at the Woman s nub building. meal and served cd by Mrs C. R Vandervcer hen, recording secretary, Mrs Albert Mrs, 7orn with a I''loridulederation (
I BUY ONE GET ONE Club members, their husbands and was prepared Mrs Ch irles An lerson. Lake Krueger: corresponding M.Cretiiry of Junior WomuniClub SPREE
guests enjoyed the dinner and the Senior Woman's Club Worth, stale fine arts chairman for Mrs Mallory Johnson; charm bracelet in iipprecl
F IEEI dance with music by the Carl Greco The invocation was given b> the past two years. was introduced treasurer, Mrs Cat Montgomery anon for her fiithful service and
I Band The theme for the evening Mrs. J K. Rowcll and the welcome: i as the installing ofliecr Officers Mrs. Hugh dawn is the senior enthusiasm during her term as I Jnfrx blank In wry carton .l Ptpd t Potlt DM C.,fa,
'!i1i1li711"I I with Mrs Frank Zorn out I installed were president Mrs. Ciuy
was _May Day a large by going sponsor lor the_coming year president __
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,. INTERIOR WALL PAINT LATEX *Aft*BgSL League of Women Voters Unit mr* .HOW,, wooes' I-WAI. !amount WM

*:**"*'" RUN molten: YOU Ovnlw Corpltup. oopfldnflfnrnutp
IIi. ifl p| Ikp MtoMii .iUI, pull. ") Id IM4 tunft
j : ::.w"' I pin er M.000 loll... MilclHnor"' POMP Urpt, dwiuI DONT MUMBLE,NEWT-.
"'" 1M II I whirl Itap m mm !PKtt ttut prow .MKlfcp. IP ",''orlol
\ \ ::: : To Be 1:30 Monday rod ortMMinto. wH PI piplKMl. or Mpra4. el p C "il _. Organized I Motora Cofponllop OuWirtj" ... Dmwi ptap el .kpMnneIhout .
.. .. .. .. .
.. : PL. *.i. lor wek .own Uori i pp pio*. NH
.< kilpnipl .pjrtt, lirtiln punltoU. Mtor punp tixnnnUii PMP x4I .
; :'::::"::It [ 101_ poIta t..plnl ........ cteldl), ........ _tor. ..... ....,t.,
,. ,, ... All women of Martin County Beach league of Women Voters through informed and active participation I PMWHI. JMili. nir nil" pnd lllfirontlri. .. ml not PJPM| ppprMiifcB.QUIIID .
'00 '" "100
< ." WALL'. ,,,.. are invited to attend a meeting The league is completely nonpartisan of citizens: la government MAINttNANCEi TIle MlMlPi PMHiliPioin" mnUtt on f*.
pulnd. pndor ttw wminttdiMM wiipp oil onn 1 pwriM.4,00
:: ::: :.itC. and
at 1 1:30: pm Monday at the Mar Board ..am, KklclMMT OPIUM flrid raploce.. p* Kllor pmy .peMp' Mlunm
"FREEONE tin County Library meeting room officers cannot participate in political The decision to form t Martin Pl'Pi. PKtmlor mr Wlor pMrf I pmrihi mi ntM, .
$698 2RJ... for the of organizing the activities!!, but all members PWT t yoirat pnd monr e _the hnHik etfMiue m ...to IPp .
purpose County League was made after a lrod. omlro IP p Cknnlor Molott' CopontMi MhorlMd DiMor
work, for the ,
I Martin of Women are urged to party .
County League t
PM) mn>Mt Mm IP PNUIT neoM ol IK* PMtfoice pnd fm
COAT Voters of their choice thorough study of league aims and ....--..........................-.cu...
The League of Women Voters i results by many of Martin County ,fl.. .
LATIX I INTImOR Pre iuent-clect of the
established in 1920/ to s leading women civic: and
... League of Women Voters, and a was pro :
.. I j I church leaders
.. 'AIH""" state board member, Mrs Mjrl mote political responsibility '

Q ::.::.:. Spivey of West Palm Beach, will I,

W COM WITHIM"""MN'ClU.TI" .AfI" I be present to assist m the organization Colonel Davisson New Chairman i I I

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6 : ::,::" ,_ I
chairman of the
IA.' C"AH.U'
..... .
WITM AH.WA" which will
Martin County group,
O.'0'.....u.. ,M'"'M""H"" .. I ask for provisional status is Miss; Thanks Broadcast at Recent .
(. '.'"i.';*" Jean Roos of Jensen Beach, who

$898 2.EVERY... A'" F R E E. -the has- Martin served County as acting Public librarian Library of I Annual Meeting of Red Cross p :. ,THE DODGE BOYS

, In ueldTtion; ; to election of officers I"
-Roof Coating and board members, the group I The annual meeting\ of the Martin unteer service button lor hit many
will adopt b)laws and committee County Chapter of the American years as a director and Mrs A A I
In 1 5 gullou cans
o gallon. Aluminum or appointments will be made Red Cross was held on April Lawton retiring director, was offer the warrant/that made historyl5YEAR !

Black The Martin County League of 28 at 8 p.m. at the chapter house complimented lor her many years
IJquld Women Voters will he formed under C Joe rmlcy, chapter chairman of service lo the chapter
Plastic Bluik the auspices of the West Palm presided 1 he past year's volunteer William E. Owens, representative
Complete Line of Other !>service reports were read and the addressed the group I inley,
Interior and fttrrlor: Paints. various service pint and award on behalf of the board of dircetors .

NATIONALLYADVER11SEI Card Party for cards were presented! by Pinky thanked Mrs Hugh I.. Wil 50 000 MILE
Those! who received pins and loughhy Jr, I9(>4 fund chairman
Catholic Guild
cards: were: Mrs Evelyn Vo hl.lenyear and Ray N Fncl, co-chairman
for conducting a successful fund
Mrs Helen Richardson

: OH St Joseph Guild will hold a pin. campaign Appreciation! also
five Mrs Maude
year pin,
CUT-RATE PRICES: card party at the First National expressed to Mrs Elsie: W SIIIIII-
Connell, Mrs Dorothy Kalb, Mrs I
Bank building on Thursday, May Icy executive'secretary. a n d lo
Nellie and Mrs Minnie
More Hours! '-5 21 There will be door and table Jackson
Miss Beverly Smith, for their I
Taylor, volunteer 'pins, and Mrs PROTECTION !
will be
Phone 287-1433 pri/es Refreshments served
and Mrs services to the chapter fmley:
Orpha Apple Dorothy
Tickets be purchased from
may Mercer cards.rmlcy also thanked the enure bourd of
227 FUgkr % members or at the door Those merit directors and the chairmen of the
Sluwt, Fla.W attending should bring their own expressed! the chapters: volunteer services, Al kcalon of
'} 1,000 MawiCaidn cards. Mrs Olin Booth will be thanks and appreciation to Mrs Civil Defense. the schiHils: and
chairman with Miss Helen Reilly William Vaught supervisor! of the
all the volunteers who helped m the
lto STORES COAST TO COAST Mrs Margie Pine and Mrs Edward chapters production group from recent fund drive
Kmsclla assisting. Jensen, .and to ,Miss Myrtle! Dyer,
Following the meeting, (he directors '
-- -- - production chairman tor ineir
many year of faithful service, elected as officers for
I 1964-65: Colonel Alexander HDavisson .
George K, Perk mi, retiring director
Jr. chairman; Mrs, Her
YES was presented with a vol- bert lynt, first vice chairman, Roland .

--.-- Merrcll second vice chairman -
; Mrs Elmer 'I I horn a., sccreary .
St. Joseph Guild ; Miss Mary h. Shaekcllord

THE HOMELITE 4-CYCLE-55 Plans Bake Sale treasurer: and C. Joe f-inlcy Jr.
, assistant treasurer 1 I he t two new
directors are Dr Elvm H, Kdlhef
St Joseph Guild met on

j WILL CUT GAS AND OIL COST hold Monday lit annual, May bazaar 4 and on decided Dec 12 to fer--and--R--H. Philbrick-,--- T-.K FY!

. Mrs francu Pekn.1 will be chair
IN HALF ON YOUR BOAT man ,j ,..... -

A Confraternity of Christian
Mothers will be organised m the

near future All mothers and grand / '
mothers and other interested women -

A are reception invited to for join the. graduates Every one of the exciting 1964 Dependable from Dodge b backed by this amazing

of Martin County High School For TheBeauty warranty1 Dodge 440- the luxury car w the low-price field. Dodge Dart- the first

be who held attend on St May Joseph 24 Church will family size compact Dodge 880- the big car for the big car man. See them afl*

A bake sale will be held on May of at your Dodge Boy's newt He's got the styles you want, at the prce you want,, and

17 after all MASKS, with women he's making deals that have &to be
of the parish invited to contribute You. seen be believed! Talk to your Dodge Boys today! ....

baked goods. .

At the next meeting. on June
7, Fr Hennessey: of St Ana la.ia
Church in Fort Pierce will, be '
guet.1 speaker His talk will be
especially! Interesting to mothers 64 DODGE
of seventh and eighth grade and
high school students,

Stephen Schmidt, director of .
\ Martin County s museums: ;, gave a .. -
commentary and snowed an interestlng -
B,. houttborf.., womy' eruiMr...felt film on the life and reproductIOn :
runabout... you cin cut the cost of gpt of the ea turtle The Mm
and 04 in half on your boat with a Horrwlit was made by E W Dutton. curator : ;
c.Cyd..55.Trip automotive.typ* Horrwlrt/ of the film library, who was
.h the world s first tucoisf: 4-Cycl/. out: the photographer and producer
board Burns gasolln* only not a many with the help of Ross Witham, cur: Fashionette
and hard mixture of
-m.nur. gat and
ator of marine activities The film
oil. Sav raduct load !ell
money gat ,
showed what is being done lo prevent BEAUTY SALON
: :: .., you enjoy your boating moralHIV the extinction of these turtles

"HI"' ."_ *a ITM demonstration todpyl which have become one of the attractions 605 COLORADO AVENUE

al our museums and part STUART, HjORlDA
of our area's hiMory and background
STUART TACKLE & MARINE A question and annwer Open Mon. thru Sat.

period followed the film.
7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
AT 72166US.
The Florida sute exhibit at the MARIE WEISs Owier ULMER MOTORS

1 AT fRAZIER CREEK SIUART New York World s Fair UV64-65)) ANN IIURLBUT Operator
will have the only flock of flatnmgoe 301 SOUTH DIXIE
t-M outside of the Sunshine Phone 287-4999 "

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II I 2-I) THE STUART (FlaJ) NEWS Thnnday, ly 7, 1964 Capsized Boat
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: So Close-in. So Convenient to Everything PORT MRS. VICKY PROSIC SALERNO, CotmponrtrM NEWS AT .,.2085 FishingDue

to a recent unfortunate i icldcnt h.

Picnic George Gunderson lou\\
Downpour Curtails fisherman has stated he is lire I
: of fishing and will head for t tic
Planned by Room MothersTuesday bright lights of the World Fair
" North River Shores Georges !sad experience orcurred .
4 .
on l'ril21l1t p.m. when
April 28 was the day having a good time and the area the fishing boat t he and his irutt
of rain.
decided upon by the Parent Teacher eat in need a good were in was caught in the well I
Association to have the room I Room mother who attendedwere just south pf the House of Relugr!
for : Mrs. Ellen Lowe Mrs Mary George was pulled under twic,
mothers an outing
get together Brown Mrs Evelyn ...AUman Mr. in thirty feet of water a mile Iron.
Margaret Kahn Mrs. Judy Johnson shore before being rescued' h\
They had done a !splendid j Job Mrs. Peggy Osborn Mrs workers who were nearby putting
all year with their respective room, Vicky Prosk, Mrs. Ardath Thompson conservation' tags on bluefish
and this WM their opportunity for. Mrs. Marie Fisher Mrs. Willie They stated. "One moment the
Lukens and Mrs Dot Hue. boat was there, the next, it v,,,,
IMvt a .t' I lot of fun without worrying, '
4( ,ta nowhere to be seen: Still suffering -
M bout fish fries, carnivals and the from injuries and shock dun.
like. Arrangement were made to Pioneer Club dcrson says he will sell his boat
have a Covered dish picnic lunch : and take in the sight. of New
I York and the World's Fair to take
at Sandsprit Park. I
Holds Picnic
his mind off the accidint
It was a fine day-up to a :
r x tv
point The table was laden with
a delicious assortment of food and I On a beautiful sunny day, the PERSONALS
the women decided to eat a bit I' last picnic for the season was en. Mr and Mrs. Charles Bott of
early, which was most fortunate, I, toyed by many friends and mem Coral Gardens entertained at j
because just as the last plate wa hers of the Pioneer Club at the coffee last week. Among the
k 4\ cleaned a terrific downpour oc Clubhouse pounds on Sunday: guests were: Mr. and Mrs A Kiss
purred sending everyone dashingto Attending were: .Mr' and Mrs of Hibiscus Park Mrs Margaret
tvi theif cart and home. Roland Luedcr, VIr. and Mrs: Kahn of Salerno, Mrs Renee Burros
This ended the licn/c./ but it George Holdcn Charles Rachel pf f Hibiscus Park and Mrs .
was generally been Icr John Broughton, Mr and Mrs, Margaret Caspar of Mt. Vernon
E. R. Bronson Sanford Captain N Y.
and Mrs E R Bronwn and chil.
2 MARTIN COUNTI\NS dren, Carmen Christopher and James Hite has returned home
ATTEND PTA \\ORK-SltOP Mild, ; Mr and Mr. Roscoe E after a trip to Portland Ore.. wherehe
More than fifty council presidents Glenn. Mr and Mrs J. H. Whit, I "spent, some time with his mother .
district presidents and state field Mr and Mrs Don Vandervecn Mrs Laura Kite He also made
officers attended a workshop for Mr. and Mrs( John Richardson .' some stop oven at Seattle Wash..
officer at the Parent Teacher Association Hobe Sound; Mr I n d and Phoenix Ariz
Mrs John Henke Mr. and Mn. :
state office in Orlando. Deepest sympathy is extendedto
The sessions continued from Sam Gasket) of Camden N. J.; Mr : Mrs Herman Kummings on
to on Thursday andFriday and Mrs Tom Gatsch Tom River the death of her husband. Mrs
N. J.
noon On Saturday I Kummings workt as secretary: at
Mr. Charlotte Blee state president Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Zilman, the Toley Shipyards, which were
i of Florida Congress of Parents Mrs Beakea Smith. Mrs babel I closed last Tuesday so emplojcs
i and Teachers gave the welcome Evans Stuart; Mr and Mrs. Don could attend funeral services at
address. and emphasi/ed' the Stewart Mr. and Mri. Cy Trow I Yaes Funeral Home Kummingsis
:H S e (Importance of training new lead. bridge Mr, and Mrs. George I survived by his wife, Estclle:
ers to carry on the objects of the Bachmnn. Mr and Mrs. Anton three sons, William of California
PTA Stcigler Mr. and Mrs. W E?. Rice Donald!. a professor' at Purdue
Mrs Olive Barnard first vice and IOn Billy Mr and Mrs Karl University. and John Robert Kum
+ e xf president. spoke on "Specific Prob. Markwordt, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony mings stationed wait the Navy
1 lems In Our Specific Jobs" and Victor. Mr and Mrs William in Key West.
4" "two hours of group discussion was Papa, Colonel and Mr. M. W
'W.e ?f I given over to these problems Hale Mrs Elliott Rice, MrsAdolph Mrs Trula Osborn has return.
Mrs. Tennie Slosh Mrs Char. Regl! Mr and Mrs, Howard ed home after spending two weeks
lotte DIce and Mrs Johnnie Cooke, Miner k. : and Mrs H J, visiting her si.ter. Mn 1. A Hjf
atIIIF xmarw bylaws chairman !spoke on "Howto Shoup and Mr and Mrs George vey in Willi ton. While there she
..vas" y; Organize PTAs and 'Bylaws Fritz did some Sightseeing Gainesville
of PTAs Bob Wilhurn of SantaRosa
Council stated Happy birthday to Rev. Charles
County that
I Methodists Sponsor
Bcnnet who became older
I there is infiltration of PTAs by out a year
side a..oclations.. with intent to undermine Christian BanquetMartin last Tuesday.
the strength of the PTA Mr and Mrs George Osbom
Mrs Wayne Bevn, legislation County Senior High and children spent a few day with
/ chairman for the Florida Congress School junior and senior students. Mn Oshorn brother and hi i i s
declared 'PTAs motivate associated with the Southern Methodist
family, Mr and Mrs William Me ,
a't4S"' communities to care for their Children Church will attend a banquet I Intosh' at Rock ledge. They also
." and said they are a good at the Stuart Woman Club on visited Mrs. Oshorn sister and

j Influence.. Friday May 8. her family i!:l.t the W Harzogs, of ,
Friday II1brmllg.1..eu'llioo'. wes 'Thii welt' tie the second "Chris Cocoa -
centered on legislation and the tian Banquet" held (last year'* wasa
action platform. Speakers were huge success), and it is sponsored We are happy to report that
Mrs Kathelccn Dudley, state treasurer by the Tropical Farms Baptist Mrs Charles Conrad is recover
Mrs Min Weemck, past president Church, Rio Baptist Church and ing from a sprained ankle sustained .
and Mrs W. L. Mussett par. Southern Methodist Churches in a fall

II i The Choice liamentarian. Rev. Forrest Watkins will speak Mrs Dexter Bullard ''is
of the visiting
{ Discriminating Friday afternoon, the meeting and a film called Teen-age Rock" her daughter and family, the
; was headed by Mrs Martha Johnson will be shown. Tromsdorffs in Bricktown N. J.
I chairman of home and family
The banquet is open to juniorsand She will remain to attend the
life. seniors of all denominations wedding of her granddaughter in
Farnell of
On Friday. Crockett and will be held from 7 to 11 l p.m. June .
y the state board of recreation and

i I I Those Who Compare Values All Around Martin County. school borough superintendent County gave an for(inspirational Hills through number Reservations Mrs.(is 2872845.Mark should Witham b e whose made entertained Mr. and their Mrs relatives Alfred!, Mr Allman and

talk on PTA and school co. Mrs Ted Bumgarden, from Gainesville
operation 'tN't""ERTAIN' .
I a', Friday evening, the group convened PAPAS
Choose North River Shores Because It Is: again after dinner and discussed Last week Bill and Frances Papa Enjoying: a visit with her in-
law., Mr and Mrs J. I
membership fo local PTAs were busy entertaining in their Terry were
.. ,, Mr*. Janet Pate secretary! of the home on Candy Lane Mrs. Helen Terry and sons, Kent,
congress, headed the discussion Visitors included: Mr. and Mrs Johnny and Dane, of Fort Pierce ,I

Malcolm Stuart director of the John Boyce of Margate: Mr. and Last week Mr and Mrs Bud
So close in and convenient to,shopping centers: churches, hospital and '*. .: state office, gave a "talk on "Know Mrs David Boyce of Bellmore, Bolt of Coral Gardens played host
Your State Office and ahowedthe
Long Island N. Yl Mr and Mn to Mr and Mrs. George LaChap-
: other community advantages ... if duties 1)f the PTA office whose A. Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Arthur pel of Fort Pierce, and their I
II' motto 'h "At Your Service.
'.. Laurence and daughter Lynne and guests, Mr and Mrs Eddie Trotter
f Saturday morning was devotedto Mr and Mrs Otto Metzhoff of bf Richmond lull N. Y
:1J. continuing concerns, the growth Fort Lauderdale.
Completely developed, with fine pebble-top.roads, curbing,. drainage: of the PTA. conducting a meet Mrs, George Ounderson and
ing, membership problems and ALLMAN FAMILY Mn, Adolph: Regli i stopped to visitNeils !
: and utilities programming. Mr*. Min Weenick HOLDS FISH FRY Nciisen at Helen Wilkea
I spoke on the relationship of local residence Lake Park. Afterwards
I county and state PTAs. On. Friday night\ at Sondsprlt they met Mrs Fritz Grouleff and
The meeting adjourned with I Park the Allman family got together drove to Hollywood for a birthday
I o So spacious, \\ith large lots that give{ .you rom.f r..J landscaping and final meisait from Mrs. Blee, to enjoy a fish fry supper dinner celebration with the
f who tald. ,'We need to have faithIn Those who attended were! Mr. guest of honor Helen Wood
: adequate privacy each other to create an atmos dren.and Mri Jamet ADman and Chil
phere of positive life" ;
Attending the meeting as representative Henry. Crane and children Kathy, CHUCK'S SERVICE
investment. for Martin County waa Jackie, John and Sam;' Mr and _
Sensibly restricted to protect the value of your' home. .. Council President Mrs V I let y Mrs. Alfred Allman; Mr and r. r STANDARD M.;....
Prost and Mrs. Rath Trembly, Mrs. I. L. Terry and an aunt /from D.ut.y DMa
District 11 president Fernandlna Beach, Mrs Edward

Coral Garden;: Group Bnnson NEW OP THE FB1CVHOL Owned I by 287-5019 Chock StmweD

Drive Over Today See the Many New Homes Built Since Will Elect in June ., Walter Waldron and ton from Port Salerno
More than fifty members it- Fort Lauderdale caught four snook Road Service
tended me monthly meeting of and two trout using micro lures Open 7 day. a week -

I \ the First of the Year and Let Us Help You Select Your p.m.the i Coral In meeting the Gardens courthouse held Sunday Cine Association at! 3 Fishing From Mt.Lake the and Indian Mr Worth. Bob River.caught Robertson' seven 7 a.m. 8:30: p.1IIomBCAT

Commissioner Jack Williamson! blues and three snook, using feathered I
Keller and Timer Pow.
Homesite in This Beautiful Natural l Setting on the North Fork en John were W.principal speakers for the jigs off the Sun Parlor. l J .
meeting, and each spoke on polite Mr. and Mr*. Carl Cone 0 f ..r..arwwt.a.naeaaisn
hi the area The association Belle Glade caught twenty-four k- __ /
will bold an election meeting to blues and three jacks, wing tut -
of the St. Lucie River. June and then adjourn until Sep- bait off the Sun Parlor Foam Rubber Upholstering
Clarence Pitcher of the FjJm- TOLEY ENGEBRETSCNMANAGE

PTA Will Install hot! caught: fourteen blues and four
croakers, using cut bait talking the SALERNOShipyard

Port Salerno Elementary Parent Indian River. Inc.

Teacher Association! will meet at Norman Spear and friend from ","",,11II178' KM, AT T.114'
the cafeteria on Thursday at 7:JO Lake Worth caught four snook and PORT IAURNO::
one trout using feathered jig off -
AND I pmThe new officers will be moaned the Sun Parlor.
i:1LC t tj and it h to be remembered that tem: VA ee ttevt.e
B. ARBOGAST I a president ia Mill needed Charles Hanson of the FUfwhnl
j ASSOCIATES The program win put the spotlight ought' eleven croakers and two
oa safety patrol boy jlues,, using bait fobinf the Indian
: This ia last meeting for the River.HEALT4. i
term and alt parent an asked to -


I CIVIC ASSOCIATION will be a health ttirii at STATION
TO MEET: THURSDAYPort the Southern Methodist Church

\ 252 OSCEOLA AVENUE STUART, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 287-04W( Salerno Chrlc: Association OB Fifth Street Monday May 11 I. All SwrV aranid
I wfll bold fts May meeting nTtrandxy. for those who wish iromunuauon Jack SwmdeKM, Owner
\ '. Mar t, tt I Pas ahota. The clinic: sxtHtetcUfrana" AlA Pad w... AT 7.2320
I the civic: center JO a*.a Ml !

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THE STUART (Florida) NF.11Q? Thur'jy, May f, 1964 111ss
ran Tuinens; Fete

PALM CITY NEWS I IIRS. Shower Honors Sunday School! Class

!\ A 1'f AlIII'E, Correspondent 287-5581 Mrs. LudlumAn Mr and Mrs Kenneth V,,nTumcn
assisted hy Mrs. FrinetGrose : ,4
.. rvrpr+1 ors; ..\____-
the rntcrmrdatc I
---'-- I I abundant shower given by entertained I
No her Sundax> school! class ol t h ,
Change In Services Slated : Mrs Herbert Daniel honoring
granddaughter! Mr Barbara Lud! Baptist Chapel in Friday I\ld\ i.
with a hamburger and "i
Yet turn on Monday night April 27 cial that ended with supper the
for Palm Post grim
City OfficeThere was attended! by: Mrs. Kit Anton, attending reseal services at i mch.ipel ,

1 Pam Anton Mrs Bertha Moore .
will be no change in !services -1 of Irom 7;30 a.m. until noon as Mrs. Jean Ludlum Mrs. Susan! Attending ere: Debbie VTumcn III

performed! at the Palm City previously l on Saturdays only I Nyfcler, Mrs. Rose Leighton Alice ( rows Bonnie rem
Post Office on Saturdays Postmalcr hours the Dan. pic Joan Fnne. Ann Molhcrshccl V t
Weekday remain same. Kathy Schwari, Mrs D. H sM
Ethna J. Sanders has innonnccd The service adjustments in oth itl. Mrs. Laura New house Mrs. Jackie! Mau Evelyn Austin,
!. er post offices reflect the department Sybil Robinson. Mrs Wilma Maxwell Jackie Grose. I arry Austin Terry
Money orders! may still be purchased 's order to reduce man hours. Bctt>e Yates Mrs. Mary Richardson md James Grose
and! all other Ii services III The Palm City Post Office is not New house, 'Betty Ha)'good, Ethel np
continue as usual affected by this order. I lane, Mrs. B H Lane, Mrs.I B. MVRKION II VS .
The only change will be that H. Lane Jr.. Mrs LieU Tucker BIRl1m.P.KIY '' .. ,' '
the office will be open to the pub Postmaster Attends Mrs Anita White Mrs Vcrmclle Mr and Mr. Clarence Anton, M !
lie from 8 11,01. until noon instead State ConventionPostmaster Baker! Mrs Inez Muggins, Mrs. assisted! by Mr and Mrs Sam
Ronnie Ludlum Mrs. Bertha More Cobb had a birthday, part for
Sanders, i nescttc! Mrs. Marie Schwarz, Mrs. their son Stark his thirteenth at
Palm City PTA ied by her husband attended accompan the Jean McClung. Jane Flynn Ann the Anton: home on All.American
state convention of the National Daniel and Mrs Hubert HaYoOO,1 Boulevard l'riday. April 24.
Association of Postmasters on Sunday mother of the honoree. Present were Teddy Houck.
Elects Officers Monday and! Tuesday of this Games were played and won by Kenny I'reeMlchdel: and Rick
week in Fort Lauderdale. Clerk! Mrs. D. H Daniel and Mrs Kit Paulcy Tomm Cobb, Mary I lane ,
Palm City Parent I Axton Refreshments were served and Pam Avion They played ms
teacher 1 Association Julia Lane served! at the post of. r. aM'
held an election ol otfiecrs fice during! the postmasters absence games and! enjoyed) refreshments: ,, l h s. V r sh
at their meeting of April 28 till FEIUWSIUP
MM Wilma C hall mem w a selected ENJOYS: SLIDE SHOW RUM\I.\C.: SALE
IIIIRHfN A Tn: Vf:1): :\ LRUtK th
president: Mrs Velma H
g- On Wednesday April 29, the
bee, vice president: Mrs Charlene UCW !\ItEIL'G: Junior.Junior High of the Youth The \\oincn Missionary Society ',? ; ,,r nt +t ,
M near, treasurer; Mrs Doris Van Thirteen from Palm City attended Fellowship of the Congregational of the Assembly of thud Church
lumen, secretary and Mrs Joyce the meeting of United Church, enjoyed! slides of Mrs. has a every Fridayand J

Cohee Robertson ill ,the historian, Mrs, Elaine Council of Church Women in Wesley; \\entworths;; trip through Saturday:: gin\ll the old Three -URHHin- WllirPlh.: Indian River Junior College music for the production. md! three members ol the singing,\ cast: Mrs..
outgoing/ president Hobc Sound last week Europe en route to Africa. Her Coins dime store building at the Whiticar Mrs Edith!, Sadler and! Bub Crandall All except
There was an art exhibit instructor and director!, ol the i >IIieM11,1) siillivun comedy operato Alice
and a Their project culminating o n son is a doctor in Kenya, Africa corner of Osccola Street and St. I
film entitled, "Di\Coverll1g Color World Community Day is to make On Wednesday May 13. Ar Lucie Avenue in Stuart be presented May Is1 and I Ih n ,discussing the stage l set-up will Mrs Whipplc are resident of Stuart Many local residents! plan
Rcfrehmentslere served! by school hags filling them with essentials thur Ruhnke will show "slides of Jerry Rhodes (63 graduate) who n serving is technical director to attend! the presentation
Mrs Velma H ghee and Mrs Myrtle such as pencils paper hsl trip to the continent. All are SEA CAn: HVRBOR M.WS I
-- -- --
Garrett etc., to he sent to Africa. welcome to view these slides! 'The Gondoliers'Comic Opera
,--- ---- Mrs Oscar Scase, Cassclberry hlrth.1 ,
-- her
--------- celebrating Mrs Ncwhoust lee. on last Second Street
few duos list week with I
spent Mr and Mrs Albert Riley day. first trip here in Mxtein yews. She I To Be Presented
Charming Homes -Superb Location. Wilson Knott ei route to Miami is IImaled at the changes at
Mr. and Mrs l'ilull'horne. Wesl! with Mr.
Palm Beach were visitors. of the and' Mrs spent Herman two nights Pcctz The Duvid NeiUon are now dondolicrv! a comic opera of the two gondoliers are tenor
William Bishops on Saturday living m Melbourne Mrs, Neilson by Gilbert and Sullivan willbe Ray kickliler and baritone Harry
Tommy Van Tames Cub Scout is a daughter of the loin Lords presented by the Music and! Stacy with the feminine leads
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Rehr and
Bahama TerraceMODEL Debbie of Miami were week.endguests Pack 4U>, received his second ail Blanche Martin underwent minor Fine Arts Division of Indian River played by Claire Poitorff and
arrow at the meeting in the I 15 16 Hewitt Jurkowskl Comedy
of Mr and Mrs. Albert\ : vcr surgery in the Fort Pierce, hots.pital Junior College May at BpnsSin April
; i
Stuart Youth Center 27. the Delaware Avenue School in provided by the singing
l April
auditorium/. fort Pierce, acting of Roy Anderson tliiabcth:
Mrs Joe Batty Boca Raton Is I"Ii..Yt t ll'hiimin, litusvillc Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vinkemul! One of the most colorful of the Willis", and! Eugene Hurt/ell Rex
the Sam Lana recently
HOMES OPEN DAILYFollow visiting for a few days with the der and family Dale Vinkemulder Gilbert and Sullivan operas "The mantle interest is added! by Emily
flew her plane
Walter homers.PERSONALS She private and daughter, were unexpected Gondoliers". II i I broad satire on Cooper and Jerry Frederick Sop
the Lanes met
and :
te the airport supper guests Sunday night of Mr. political and soclul customs of past porting roles ire sung by DavidHall
her there and Mrs Kenneth Van Turner. and! present. The scene is set In Marian Eons, and! Jean
U.S. 1 1/2 mile north of the St. Lucie River
Mrs Donald Palmer, Cherry The men are Mrs. VunTmncnsbrothers Venice. 1 Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A Wul her Featured! In this production are Tickets are available front
) Valley, Ohio, visiting son
(Roosevelt Bridge; Turn West at Powell's Diner lace have returned to their tom ---- the College Chorale and! the Singers Chorale' or Seminar members or

Follow in Albany N. Y.. after spcndinj! : Seminar: In the leading roles at the_door. The puhlic_la Invited.
North Shore Drive Va mile to Bahama Terrace the winter in the PccU Apart --

menu Ocean Breeze Park News ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS'
Mrs. Leona Smith and! Mrs,
,?, VISIT THESE HOMES Belle RIM spent three days t it I Mrs. Roxy Lafleld, Correspondent

$7. TODAY Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs. W _._.'." """"" ............ .. ---111I. I7IG $
I I B. Ziglcr ---- "'-- ------- ----------- 850,000.SHOPPING
Ohio, and! Mr.
Mrs Ray Seunieliorn:
Mrs, Mildred Newhouse, t Inland ,
RJ.ea' .
her and! Mrs Harry Hiar Lexington
cd bridge entertdin'l
and! Dottie Newhouse, wen i group
saran supper guests of Mr. and Mrt noon. Two tul les played! !
4, e Robert H. Lear Frank Colfrm_ Saturday night: freshments were served!. the prl/cs Mrs Irma Kruger met her SPREE
off. I going to Mrs Seunieliorn Rosy daughter-in-law In West I' a I 1m
I Miami and
Beach and they went to
Al Cole
v Give Her a Enfield and Fort I.under J ilc. 'I I hey returned' Jnlry" Wonlt J fa ovary arson tlftpil t Polio, Did Ca/ ,
DEVELOPER and BUILDER "'- ""m.Taiit"wanieigif "rent the her for a few Jays \before: drlv -,-
r d I It"E-SS- weekend with his pureiils. Mr. and ing back Cincinnati, Ohio. ------ -
ON PREMISES Mrs Bcaucluk He went on to a
: For Mother's Day I meeting in Miumi und will returnto Mrs loin Clancy and Mrs
his home in Noifolk. Va Smiity 1/(1)/ have returned from
P.O. BOX 1984 AT 7-0635() I a visit with/ Mr and 1 Mrs William
1 t ttx i Quite: a lew of our reitlelltare C laney REAL ESTATE
FRERE'SMaternity I returning to their homes In the
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bailie and
a' north and! some lire on vacations
> Substantial Down Payment Charles Gordc! have
i The following are returnees: Mr. and! Mrs.
,, Wear I' Mr and Mrs Tom Roll, Hint, gone to their homes In Dearborn
tVaavttwNYl t Required 1303 Orange Ave, tort Pierce Mich; Mr. and Mrs C. B Pat- Mich SCHOOLNEXT

I lerson and Mr and Mrs Bill KraMOTHERS Mr. and Mrs I ford 1 'Schniklt; .
.. .. -- -- -- ------
lifter selling: their home In ( hicK'
go, III.. have returned to their new
I mobile home here.
Mr. and Msr Walter Scott have CLASS
returned to their home in New,

Jersey MONDAY MAY 11.
--- -. Mrs. Bill Kasey had! the misfortune ,
to slip and full list' weekas
DAY she was gelling out of her hu -
hunds bout She is milfering with

a bad sprain and! bruisesMrs. : i For Mot J"II"IlIlllitm, Call:
s Joe Sorrcll, entertained her I
bridge club Monday at noon, when !
she later served lunch and played! card HOBE SOUND 546.5295

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e.. FROM STUART DRUG CORP. MRS. C. B. IIEASLEYCorrespondent flew

A r 70H87Mrs.J.B.Buckey

R8memb Many, Many Gifts Priced Right in Time for Mother's Day Giving n If r If Hertz

Starts on HerGraduation office

bey $$2.00 and $4.00 CANDY, Tour .

Mrs J. B Buckey of Rio Boulevard : Jut!
by has left for a trip to Upland,
Calif., to visit her son, Charles, ,:
Large Assortment ofMOTHER'S and his family, to'wn
PANGBRUNNORIUS On her return trip she will stop
DAY CARDS off for the graduation of a granddaughter
Margaret Mumper at
EXQUISITE CANDIES Kansas City i Mo Then she will I -I J
Akron, Ohio for the
go on to
COLOGNES AND Buckey, from Kent University, and! 734: South Federal Highway

the t of a granddaughter
'a graduation
I The Ideal Gift for Mother UNUSUAL CANDIES 11 Caroline Buekey. front Akron Stuart'
WHITMAN'S High School Mrs. Buckey is making

1 GIFT WRAPPED T ASSORTED NUTS her trip by bus. 287-2120

Mrs AI Walker baa returned ,.
home after heart surgery al Miami -
REVLON ,t} Her condition U very good
:.: Stop in While You're Shopping but the will be convalescing for Rent
a gleaming new Chevrolet other
D'ORSAY some time. For the present toe ii or less

For a Refreshing Drink or Snack from the Fountain not having any VH.IIOT*. Hem ear by the Kour..day..w:: or lor>>rca
DANA On Thursday. afternoon Mrs.C. .
ARDEN B. Measly entertained at her le' HX ftf*put mil In the driwc* ..*&!
home with a des -canasta par-

1 LANVIN'S ARPEGE STUART DRUG CORP. ty'Table prl/et were won by Mrs HERTZ

MY SIN CRESCENDO Freda Schlimm and Mrs lama I asuq w
I Gosoey. Others attending were .----
l SCHIAPARELLI Your Rexall Store" Mn George DcWitt Mr. James
Houghton Mr. Ed Barnett Mrs.

R! \ SHEAFFER PEN & PENCIL SETS Dial ATlantic 74822 Melt Fred, Hanioa and Mr U' .?Stock, f. .-.z, -- _.... I




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Real Estate For Me 90

... .
CORNER lot In Legion Heights.
I General Electric kwon 4-

speaker AM-FM Radio. yvlred for

Hi-Fi and TV. later-corn\ system.
Hood lights. Air-< Mated ceiling and walls. Central
in each room.
-- ----- ---------- -- heating thermostat
3 bedrooms, IVi baths. Partially
THE STUART (Fla.) NEWSTlursday I I .0# furnished. Landscaped. $1,950
May 7, 19fr FOR RENTTHREE 3' FOR RENT OR SALE 3' Services Offered, Misc. 71 FQR SALE. Miscellaneous 78 I Real Estate For Sale 90 I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 down, $75 per month. 345 White

4, ..:wI W"",*,1.N Pine Lane Can he seen, from 2-5
...... ... J U -
Saturday and or call' Al
FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100) ft. waterfront trade for smaller home or
i SYMBOL FOR Rent or Sale: 3 bedroom 2 FOR home or yacht. Bout builder. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest WILL
tJiilnus attractive rooms and bath.. bath house located near schools Joiner. Cabinet maker. Boat lots. High and dry vacant property, or sell Beau- gaqiHcy. 287-3W.) ,.7 ((90))

1 MEANS THVT Newly. $75 decorated month.Close! Call:to AT everything Call AT 7.2714 after U noon. repairs any type Flberglassmg) Prices In Florida Sacrifice at $29 a foot. AT 72595. tiful trl-lcvel home includes COMMERCIAL( waterfront( lot in

7-0164.() per 57 ((35) tf ((38) Expert formica work. Free estimates U ((90)) bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, city I00'vl75', Very high ele)
READERS PAY TO READ P. O. Box 1906, Smart GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS dining room, kitchen with breakfast vat Ion. Less than $100.00 per foot.
NOW Renting, 8 small one bed IN Jensen Beach 2 bedroom ,.7 ((71) ORGANS BULKHEADED LOT 100x131' area, family room and garage, M P. Nelson, Realtor.r325 E.
YOUR ADS IN William HReincrt in Intracoastal Waterway community lot 150x100( Excellent .
room Apti. Furnished, with tllq( home. Apply owner, on a high Ocean Blvd., Phone 287.3566.S
bath 210 Entrada Ave, Port WISCONSIN, Straiten, EASY TERMS Southeast' exposure Owner wood paneling throughout. Stainless -1 (?/O))
hmrt ;NeW. insulated, screen cathedral porch. terrazzo calling over- Si. Lucie, Fort Pierce. '-28 ((38)) Clinton l l t I fat Alf 546-5266. tf ((90)) steel I appliances including
COOLED ENGINES in stock and twin sinks with disposal, refriger FOR Sale 4 Efficiency Apt. Build.
looking I 10-acr( ? lake and county parts and men who know bow to MORITZ PIANO CO. TWO Beautiful Waterfront Lots ator-freezer twin ovens, table top in8 12,000.(( Furnished, CBS
park. Plenty parking area. Low HELP WANTED 43 repair them. ULMER MOTORS! 112 No. 5th Street at east end of Palm Avenue in !Move large dish washer. Many terrazzo( floors, insulated roof
price rental, $ O.OO month .1 "or" Dial AT 7.3)". Your Friendly R Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 No. Hohe Sound Shores. Close; to other extras and buill-ms. Beautifully screened porches $6.000 down
DIAL Walking distance grocery; store. Inquire If (78)) Stuart and St. Luck Inlet. Con
ASSISTANT trainee Dodge Dealer. If ((71)) landscaped. Call AT -4 $61,50 month Inquire: GroceryStore
The Seven C's Grocery Storeon manager crete Bulkhead, County Approved 5-7 ((90))) North Stuart N. 20() St. and
U. S. No.1 1 1. one mile north Male over 21 Able to work SALE: On all( appliances now at Roads Central
ATlantic 7.1550 WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE( System, U. S. 1. '.7 ((90))
of St. Lucia River Bridge tf ((35]) full ,I me. Apply at L'il General BALANCINO with Bear Equipment reduced prices at Hendry's Trading Excellent Water; Lot No. 1 is on
Store In Jensen Beach or phone Center opposite Td'-County I IS your family outgrowing your 7
Waterway shaped \vlth 167'of HOT Stuart Area. Big High and
rbce Your FAST SFLIING- ONE bedroom furnished( bedroom by trained mechanic will pay) pie ? Would ider a smaller .
1fe two West Palm Beach 965-1100. for itself in tire wear. We have the Gas in Golden Gate.( tf ((78)) wafer) front. Approx. 140' at home con Dry Year Around Tree Coy-
furnished deal for beautiful
bedroom 5-14 home our
COST WANT AD one ((43) widest Price $ oo. in erect Lots paved street See Cvth-
IOW equipment and men. Your friendly ii/Dr0A1xNIrRlRr.nwe point. :
unfurnished. Palm City Store, custom built in Voro Beach. Large
dealer. ULMER MOTORS lo Misc. 81 bert at Grocery Store. North Stuart -
I. Dodge Wanted Buy ( ) and 4 bedrooms
5-7(35) rooms
) living
Aeegiefedharmac LOT No. 2, also slightly family N. 20 St. amUS.: 13.1(9))
I FtORID or Dial AT 7-3353. tffMl_( ) pie shaped 2'/4 baths, aU electric kitchen :

NEWS WANT ADS I FOR rent 2 bedroom< furnished chain. Openings available In Fort with l 149' on canal adjoiningwaterway. large clO'iCtand storage. Call FOR Sale to Lease Back :3,700
the best for
Tank Service WANT price ,
RAY COOKE'S Septic your Average width 104
apartment, close in. $75. Call
)JUTE: Five cents per average 287-1685 or 287-3569. tf ((35)) Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, V. r 0 Cleaning and repairing. Also car? Call Ralph Bates at 287- Price $6,000. No Brokc,.. JUPI- 562,3966 for further details'.7 sq. ft. Buildint on double corner
Beach and Stuart( areas Excellent ((90)) 4 I See Cuthbert
word, minimum charge per inscr- drain fields repaired and re-laid 1214. Merkle.Motors, Inc. If ((81)) TER ISLAND APTS. 7467109. -

tioft-tOO (for up to twentywettge I ATTRACTIVE efficiency cottage opportunity for advancement. and Dial AT 70651AT 79862. tf(71( ]) ___ 4. ___ __.....4 tf ((90)) at Grocery Store, N. 20 St. and
benefits Mr. Man. 3 BR. S. 1 North Sluart.7
words). Word In ALLCAPITL I Rio. Pleasant location within company Apply I IOW down payment buys U. ) ((9,0))

LETTERS: except firsts easy distance Qf dock facilities. I.: gum, Broward Drug Office, 82' HAVE small Bulldozer Tractor,, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ..90. I TWO bedroom: CBS Floridaroom i 2 bath Riverfront Home east of "KEEP cool this summer in the

ord, counf{ as ,two, words each. Reasonable year-round rates. Call N. W. 6th Avenue, Fort Lauder. Mower and Disc. Will clear lots,, I Drapes, Awnings, Garden Stuart. Have $25,000 FHA com- beautiful Peoria/ hills. 60x150
White above or below or AT 7-2583 after j p.m. or write dale. If ((43)) cut trees. Fence 'posts and piling PRICED to Sell! "19 ac .es. fronting : Tools, Power Lawn Mower, TV mitment. Call AT 7-2440 or 3370. resort lots on large spring-

within ad space will be charged as thetinker B. J. Abbott' Star Route, Jensei WAITRESS P. M. SHIFT. for sale. Lawton Wall, Phone A1 'on Loop Road good eleva- Antenna, other extras. Far below ,.7 ((90)) fed lake,. Only) $40 down, $10 mo,:

Of 'word} (five) that could Beach. I la. tf (35) STEAPY WORK POWELL'S. 71401._tf ((71))) lion and water control. Owner will I Owner's cost. AT 7-42J3. tf ((90)) WATERFRONT cottage, completely Waterfront lots $100 down $W(

bit pooled i in the blank line or FURNISHED S-room apartment(. DINER. AT 79708. '.7 ((43)) TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. lake a loss and sell for C.$1 E.3.500.Slo- FOUR bedroom waterfront home. furnished, on wide river mo. Trailers; permitted Special
% down terms
2$ pots per line. Very clean. Frost proof refrig W. H. Wagner Co. AT 7.4880 29 easy 505 Colorado Ave. I Will trade foe vacant land. Write bulkhcadcd. Asking $12, OOOQ. discount to purchaser of more

"'Display Classified. t ate t a on erator. New electric range, Complete WOMAN cook, )(wo curb girls and or AT 7-1696. If (71))) cum) Realtor, ,.7 ((90)) Box 23, Stuart.Fla. tf ((90)) Owner wants offer M P. Nelson than one lot. Call ottner-developer.,
& W Root Charles Thomas, for pi
privacy. Adults.Call AT 7. one counter girl: Realtor, 325 E. Ocean Blvd, Phone maps $
.application. 0768. tf ( 35)) Boer Drive-In, i U;S No. I I. HARDWARE, Sale. Yes, all hardware CANAL lot off St. Lucie. Lot No. r 2873566. 5-7 ((90)) tures. AT 7-4578.. 316 Martin Av -
These ire cash rates for ads ,Stuart. S .14 ((43)]) now at low sale price 5, HarborEstates, 100x125. HELP WANTED 143 oue. '.7 ((91)[)

brought or mailed to The Stuart THREE bedroom unfurnished Hendry's Trading Center opposite Best offer over? 2500. Lou Bock- ___ l _', sw _RRe!,_ ..4. L...
News with i payment. If you are a house near Stuart post office/ MALE flower farm workers. Call287.o8RO. Trl-County Gas, Golden Gate.U .
4940( N. E. 27 Terr Pompano PERSONALS
Stuart Newt mail subscriber or are and stores. Refrigerator and range. 5-14 ((43)) ((71)) ert, For Sale, Miscellaneous! 179 SALERNO
Beach Fla. 399-0204.() tf(90)(
listed In tho Stuart telephone directory $70) per month. 287.1685 or 2875569. __ __,< J WANTED 1.1,9.,"'q r5(}ww Xl......" '40. i. Visiting with i I Chprlcs! BacheIer )-
you can place your ad by Idled tf ((35)) Businew' NEW two bedroom, home, one is John Broughton of Long
phone. Dial c 7-1550 Opportunities 50 PLANTS A S"qVlC'ES 7$ bath, corner I lot, Legion' Heights. WOMAN STOREMANAGER Baach I Mand N. 'J. "
ay 1 want to place a want-ad." FOR Rent: 2 bedroom CBS f in. $10,990. Easy terms. W. H. Wagner WE'VE GOT THE
excellent condition, lots of closets .1 "
Coffee next I Co. AT 7-4880 IN' AT Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. HeinoU
Shop, ,
electric HOVe and refrigerator, PALM City PLANTS; Fastest growing nursery 7--16' J
\ for lease ( ') I W/VALER t. Strrjons Island, Ga., and
to office or
door post in Martin l *
County Iq acre (t'ORF.5TABLlSmD'
screened Captain
lurgo living room ; porch, Carl of the )
-- Phillips yach
Qiv,. your mail I address as S. Griffith rent. Reasonable. Call 287-9845: of plants. Pelican Nursery, Loop : BUSINESS "
reel 611\ Flanungo.\ >.ARTLY furnished two bedroom R'io "Eadie K, of Miami and St. Smt-
,.7 I
well number .50)11) S-76A Palm AT 7.
'a. telephone Road City.
'your 287-1976. 5.' ( ), QASA
In want-ad. The Stuart ((3.5)) 1918. tf (75) house by owner. Carport scrv- Prime location, guarantee salary ons, spent several days at the horns

News your his .hundreds of 'R RIVERFRONT !home with poo) CEMENT plant and lumber yard I ; Ice room. Immediate poIses sion. plus opportunltytor nddltlonul BOAT & MOTOR SALES Inc. of Mr. and Mrs..: John; Eichclmai .

.frit-of-state subscribers! who for rent. Furnished or unfur including block plant and I EAR maintenance service;; lawn Inquire 812 Maureen Court Jensen income 1 It'able to do 140 R..it* TOT HI* AT f-OM4 Mrs; Hclnold] Is'' Mrs. Eichelmon 8
are your best possible prospects nished. Call 287-0948. If ((35)) large conveyor. Or will rent. Call services and general maintenance Beach. 5-14 ((90)) alterations Fringe benefits. I tr Ut) sister, and Captain Phillips is her
for real euato sales and 287- 1JJ. tf (30)( ) ; mowing spraying, fertilize SALE: three bedroom two baths, CONTACT MRS. RIGDQN.AT nephew

rentals, boats, help wanted, FURNISHED apartments on) riv. -'IlL' J 10_ _--AI ng, lots cleared and maintained; North' Rtver Shores Pool( 'and 7.1155Vnrren's art.....wlarssr'( ,r.a ..M.1IIJA.........r ";VJn.-I: + l'1
trailers, and serv- er, 3 rooms and efficiencies. TV SPECIAL NOTICES 55 sprinkler: repairs and installation; Patio. Furnished or unfurnished REAL FOR SALE 190 ,
ff'tnina. and dock privileges. Driftwood easonaMe. Call 2872911. P. O. Consider rent to adults. Call 287- \ Laundry-
Motel(, 44J North Indian Rivet __ Bolt 927. tf(75)( ) 4845 AT 7.3279)TIAVE ( ) .4 ""k4.....

t'.. ,- Drive Jensen Beach. AT 72237. FOR easy quick Carpet cleaning ... _,. or Cleaners, Inc. ,
: CLASSinCATlONSi {t(35)_( ) rent Blue Lustre Electric Shamwoef f For Sale, Miscellaneous: 78 two building lots in Palm 530 COLOR\IX> AVENUE,
REGULAR Hartman. Lake Park. Will trade for late
only $1 day. WATERFRONTFurnished
STORES and offices downtownor .
Cumbers over 100 refer to dis or on East Ocean Blvd Any Leighton Furniture 5-7 (55)) I It.CoHOL --- model trailer. Call AT 71074.tf s., (1")
play classified ads. which appear I YOUNG Mynah bird and cage, (90)

cite the end of the smaller ads innumerical Ocean. Write Blvd.A.or P. Krueger phone 2(7-2420 1170\ E. wNYM 0 US 10x24x24.' All New. Cost $60,01)will \ )- ............ ....I nn I 2 Bedroom IVi Bath Home Cenhnil( Heat, Florida'
order. Be sure to look '.7 meets at 8.30; pm. every Wednesday I sell for 45. Call 287-2657 168 Room Garage. Boat! and Motor included.. $23,500.00.
in.birth places) ((3.5)'F ) at the Community Church, I after .5 pm. '.7 ((78)3ONT ) TRAILERS & SERVICES! I .

i room'apartment, completely Jensen Beach. For information, I 'buy --R RNTl cribs a4., JI U ........4'11.....;e... 4.--"" ..11
B ds
FOR RENT 35-135 furnished Second floor. 700 Phone AT 7-3332. If (55)) I G. LUEDERREALTOR
tools, needs painting -
power parly
FOR RENT OR SUE 38-138 South Federal Hwy, 287-3325 or I JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC."JUST I
WANT the best price for your car? equipment, floor Sanders, lawnmowers .
287-1297. tf ( ,
>(WANTED TO RENT 40-140 __ __--- (35)) Call Ralph Bates at 287-1214. tow bars thingomohobs, MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE
I HELP WANTED 43-143 IN Stuart across from school. Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ((55) gizmos.( We rent most anything NORTl( OF THE, ARCH"
United Rent-Alls, 1904 S. 4th.
I One bedroom kitchen living
i I }:QlplomentVunted 48-148.BiuintM and dinette, Newly painted and ELECTKOLUX CORP. Opportunity :Fort Pierce. HO 12905. 5-7 ((78)) Route 707 Jensen Beach, Florida) S., (Hi
Opportunities 50-150 : double
for the to
right man --
tile floors. Furnished, $73 Including l -
LOST'* FOUND 53-153 utilities. his present earnings Call Dan 1 TRUSSES elastic stockings, ,'. Phone 287-2732 ..
((35) f
II i SCHOOLS 54-154 ) Clark AT 7-0143. tf (55)HENDRY'S ) pads, anklets, etc. Stuart "
Drug Corp. tf ((78)) Waterfront Homes
I :SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155"USED FURNISHED efficiencies, monthor Trading Center Inc. Acreage
season, utilities included Sale of New Mobile Homes
I ( CARS ss-isfJEW Adults. Summer rates to November Sale on all fishing tackle. Locat ...... ---OII Spring _

II ;l CARS 60-160 1. South of Stuart. AT 7.1950 ed AlA in Golden Gate oppositeTrR'ounty FOIl RENT US 20lh Century ....... .. .. 40x10-1 Bedroom $3,595.00!!

)BOATS) SERVICES 63-163 after 5 p.m tf ((35)) Gas If ((55)) I.II I. 20th Century ..... .. .. 50x10-2 Bedroom 3795.00

d 'TRAILERS SERVICES 68-168 TWO bedroom >>fIII, II II 'vhHll I.' '" Piedmont... .. ... .. 45x10-1 Bedroom 4,595.00 -r
apartment fully
I'' Service Offered, Mbc.! 71-171 furnished Including linens and BOATS: SERVICES 631.. Titan ...... ........ 50,10-1 Bedroom 4,200.00
W" I -" General ........ 50x10-1 Bedroom 4395.00 _
I PLANTS A SERVICES ,75-175 china. In North River Shores. Reasonable. --' Regal,

I For Sale, Miscellaneous! 78-178 Call 287-2163. 5.14 ((35)) GATOR Trailer for 14' to 16' boat. I 'Ijunpllghter ..._. ............. 50x12-1 Bedroom 5,995.00.

Wanted To Buy (Misc.) 81-181MDVLNG downtown New springs new wheel bear-I .The above Mobile Home b 12 feet wide. r '
STORFS and offices '
STORAGE 84-184 or Fast 1 Ocean Blvd.- Any sile. logs. Newly painted. Almost new 1,1, Skllne 20 ft. Hide, 2 Bedroom (h Park, l v r t /
ires.. Call 287-1550 between 81 for 11,995.00Many
Real( Estate For Sale 90-190 Write A. P. Krueger 1170 E. 'i m. and 5 p.m. '-7 ((63)) I'J' ready occupancy 1 4a.slsiJii)

Real Estate Wanted 96-196 Ocean Blvd. Phone 287-2420. other new Model '1'011.hkb\, 'to choose.
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6-4 Dealer
r ((35)) AUTHORIZED Johnson ,
Complete Sales, Service. Parts. ] : GOOD USFDt 1-:1:10-WMe and Several 8-WUei at Real Bargal .
PLEASANT one bedroom cottage Good selection Of dependable Used "Service Means So Much"
FOR RENT 35H for rent $60 a month. Within Motors. Expert Factory-Trained Come to Our Urge Sales Lot and See Us

i .rtRersrRrlxtm ssrr walking distance. of all stores. Call Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT & ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS :
AT 7-5892.. tf ((35)) J. FRED SILVERS and AL WILSON
CLEAN attractive, furnished MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt. 707 I.r ((1881 LOCKHART REALTY

'+ )house; 2 bedrooms' 2 screened 3-ROOM modern furnished apart. in Rio. AT 7-0944() If ((63) ,_. ..
porches. Garage. Good neighbor- ment. Ceramic tile bath kitchen( SFWAILS POINT .
FOR SALE; Complete line of OCH4; OOLETAHOSTUART. AT .1777If
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p( iHtoJ. $6}. Adults AT 72293. and dinette.: Glatt-encloseslshower, Marine Supplies, Marine Paints "I.ORIDAB01JIUtKIIEPlI'fG Self-Contained & Semi- eJf.Contained (P'OI
904/ St. Lucie Crescent, Stuart. wall to wall carpet. Spacious I Marine Hardware-everything for : APARTMIIWTI

I i 9 ,.7 (05)) grounds with patio. Off-street parking your boat. Whitlcw Boat Works a ROOM A. BATHnVrrLRBOARD REVELLA PICK-UP CAMPERSLP -. -
Must be seen; to be appreci Port &....an.- tf ((63) COHlTfltBA01 :
FIREPROOF warehouse, 2400 tq ated. $75 per month. Riverdale "".... MATBITV '-
X ft. ii mile outside city limits Apartments 667 Cleveland Ave OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIRED LOl'HGB' IIUTCHINSON ISLANDBest

M .$50 a month. Call AT 7-1074. See Airs. Murray I Neisner's Luncheonett We have puts for aU ..t.lr, ._..., K T"R17 d

tf ((35)) ,*orMr. Murray Democratic popular moteL Can test your coil W. T. FACET, Mgr. -
Headquarters, 31 I E. Ocean Blvd. I and condenser. Ulmer Motors, Dial Buys Between Bridges100X1600' (
TWO bedroom furnished apart Dial AT tTM tf till
Call AT -MM() or AT 7-4746. AT 73355. Your Friendly Dodge
ment for rent in North River
Shores. $125 monthly year around. it ((35)) Deafer. tf (63)) OCEAN TO RIVER $265.00 per front foot

Call 2873547. tf (35)) FURNISHED apartments in ex. 18' offshore. cruiser with 75 h.p. EDGEWATER 700xl650'! OCEAN TO RIVER $265.00 per; front foot

ccllcnt residential area. Summer electric starting Johnson out 150' ISOO' Deep .. $245.00 per front foot,

MODERN one bedroom furnishedapartment. rates until September 1 one bed board. Extras, cushions pole holders
or'year.. Located Rent by week month room $75, 2 bedroom $100. 287- new top; side curtains, 2 extra APARTMENTSON OCEAN TO RIVER
on river one
block from shopping district 55 3167. ,.7 (35)( ) propellers, running lights, ,ilge
pump[ 29 gal. Scat tank, 6 gal.

seminole; !St. Phone AT 7-1197. ONE bedroom furnished home tank Excellent condition. Sacrifice ST. LUCIE 1000-X3000' ................._......................_. $225.00 ptr front foot

I tf ((35)) 'til November in Palm City. $65 ( $98 c. Ia. Phone 2870670or TIE 400>'15.00' ...................... ..... ............ $200.00( pet front foot
COTTAGE for rent. Clean and per month. Ralph Hartman, Real. 287-1639. tf ((63)) etftcle clwSpscloaa
I Onsud two-room
II tor Phone AT 7-4600. tf ((35)) GAS
Comfortable $15 BOTTLED
week. Callj OR
a CAMPERS; for rent weekend or
I U. S. NO. 1
2S7-0902 after 6 o'clock tf ((35)) FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished longer Nimrod Dealers. Sales & shaded grounds Will buy, wB, )rode for. or accept on, consignment your wed

{ i house 0.0 lUJiUU, IUve(. Sewalls Service 1904 S. "'4th Fort Pierce. Parking Lot. Boat Dock. (trailer.

Point. YearN $125 per month. HO 1-2905. 5-7 ((68)) Shuffkbowd. TV aad Lounge OR DON Frontage on New Four Lading!
Call 287-2197 tf ((35)CPi'lUW'Vn ) COME OUT AND, SEE "SANDY"

| < .*s aria FOR Sale: 25'bocce 1934 Silver Clipper Very Week Month Year USED With TRUCK 40fl'x400' CLOSE IV $50,09" per front foot
aluminum trailer.
j \\lNTADS two corner bedrooms, lots of good condition. Best offer.- Tele. I 624 ST. IUCIE CRESCENT I CAMPER 660'x666') CLOSE IN .. $'
I large closets, modern kitchen flee (phone AT 7-2237. tf ((68)) STUART, FLORIDA for' sale or frade) for car 175-X600' CLOSE IN $50.00 per front foot

tric !stove and refrigerator, screen- I
I DO EJ'' __, .,.A Tekphon 287-J8U $650.00 and
ecfESst porch. Duplex 611 I I Fla- F. F.. WOOD, Manager I TRAVEL TRAILERS up CITRUS LAND
hilnpK at East limits of Stuart. FOR RENT .'L15 "tun( 16 FT. TO 23 FT.

G Griffith. 287-1976. '.7 ((35)) 1, ......:.1.1 _::, _. _- .....t.1IIJII. 'hornes
mobile l
TWO bedroom furnished NaMMaNta 1%{ FLEETWOOp 20 ACRES up to 10,000 ACRES Icon S11!. 9 per tcr*,

apartment.. Glean, coot garage comforiohle EXPECTING COMPANY? 42 ft. to 57 ft., tip out room if you >yant Long Terms up to 20 Yean to Pay

( Close hi. Reasonable
rent. 61 A Easj. Fifth) Street or call WONDER WUERP' YOUTH< GOING\ TO BED THEM, DOTym Sandy wM accept caw or otter Items .la trade

AT7-I7S6/ tf(35)TvVObedroonj ( ) CaD ni and Hop worrying! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere BEST OF LUCK TO ALL OUR NEWLY-ELECTFD COUNTY
furnlshciJ apart that iriU swpm* .0 but your own Of1'1ClALS'"mli'A6( Pfce< Prior 'lo TJectloeSANDY'Sr ) M. P. NELSON ,

ment. AU electric built-in kitchen CALL M RIE; KlfK, MANAGER .

H ), plan attractive, one block Now Awlhble for Your Sleeping Comfort! -
front loW High $chool. School age Niagara Cydo.Maesage'\ '' Vnf .la. pur. Bede. EuJ

Pial ATlalitio!! 7-1550 tf ((35]) Southwind Motel TRAILER' 325 E. OCEAN BLVD. STtUT.). > FLORIDA ?V>t* 29745(6MEit

and ask for the ATTRACTIVE efficiency apart 2I7-578S }ER) MULTOU: LISTING SX\VX{
ment. Ground floor. Near bank, u.s., Na. 1 -- STUART' TELEPHONE 2871773rum \ RIBS tslsb of Stuart ... US. 1 1-, (UII4q
schools and park. Call AT 7-269) '"' (111II
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HELD FUTURE A TEA TEACHERS prRm'I\"KLfS: LUNCHEON Deadline Is Set Netted May V nit, hr Thunday r IWi'LlUIIIH IT n "\I""' .... THE STtHRT tFlorMa) NEW Tbomhy" May 7. 1964 MT
The Periwinkles are having a'' I May 7 at 7 p.m .it the rite. REAL ESI ATE FOR SALE 190
The Future Teachers Club of I On RegistrationFor pool -------- -
Martin County High School held day May dish 7 at luncheon 12:30 on Thurs I This course will continue for the 11II 'Indonesia, which has been buy. The Amerigo Vespucci Italy'!
: Life
a tea in honor of all teacher at Masonic Temple on p.m.Cwceote at SavingJack month of May and will be conducted ing two-third of th world' clove naval school ship i it named foethe <<
the high school Wedncidamorn.i Sireet. All Eastern Start are v.el Stnoiise, Martin CountyRed two nights l week on Tuesdays to cent the cigarettes manufactured Fifteenth Century Florentine' I
in* ,come. Cross Water Safety instructor, and Thursday at 7. All persons 660' of river frontage on South Fork of 1 there it! tinning its own nuvlgntor for whom America w A.

1ata11 -'''" -rtair REAL ES'fAT : announced that the registration interested in tatting the St. Lucie River, 30 acres, including approximately I clove........ grove. ..... ... ...... named _.. .._....__. -
FOR SALE, deadline for the senior life-giving course should contact the Red 200 Royal Palm Trees, beau -
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'I'I/'IIo'- I course given at Sunrise Pool which Crow Chapter phone AT 72002. tiful 1- Real Estate rue Sale 190
grounds. Contact your broker or L.
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Box 2245, New Smyrna Bench Fla. i
THINK! 141 IIMI i .,-...."",,-


360 ACRES When You Think IMIi -4

I $6,500 STUART $6,500

VINCE 11' EOSCFOLAAVF, STUART AT 7-4600 I OLDFR FRME 2 Bedroom, t Buth Home..( *** front porch Just Completed I Tome n Broadway
NELSON s.t (ISO' I hate to Shopping Arta. Section Walking Distance to Shopping

BOX 122, JUPITER, FLA I RIO St Luck Riverfront/ (, I Bedroom, 1 Balk, Completely 2 LARGE BEDROOMS: TFRRA7.7O MOORS
PRINCIPALS 0>LY --I furnkhed, Bulkheaded lot tking. $12.500.00 Make an offer TILE BVTII UTILITY ROOStFLECIRIC

-- Bath C.B.S. Ilimie on the Wafer. Include< screened porch and I LARGE (1OSHS. LANDSCAPtD
Boat Dork AH New
FOR SALE $9,995.00
GOLDEN GATE 3 Bedroom, I Bath. Completely fem.led
BUY A HIGH DRY C.B.S. Horn. Owner want lo go north, asking $11,000.00. See LOW DOWN PAYMENT FINANCING ARRNGFD
200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful It and make a* offer. Buy Direct from Owner'

Broad St. Lucie River WILL TRADE Duplex, 2 Bedroom each tide, centrally ho ART RUHNKE, 612 Colorado Avenuc
RESIDENTIAL LOT .rated for I small home near shopping lII''a.I If (1101

Within City Limits of Stuart ACRE- 110 feel on I Huh way 76, eM of St. Luck Boulevard.
For City Water Waterfront No. 26 Sea Gate Harbor

As$500 An Original Florida Home TAYLORASHLEYREAL
Little Well
Kept and Spacious 2 Bedrooms, Full Tile Ruth, Den, Formica
Build and Live TOTAL PRICE Nice Guest Cottage
ESTATEJim Kitchen, Large Livin room. Reverse Cy.

IN GOLDEN GATELOCATED Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. cue Air Conditioner. Dock Fully Sodded.
Well Landscaped With \
Beautiful Trees and Plants 630 COLORADO AVE PIIONE AT 7-2440
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SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR Priced To Sell $29,950.00Set j Must' See to Appreciate
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620 COLORADO AVENUE, STUART, PHONE AT 7-096 Your Agent .r Phone I ; Other* Models From $12,990.. -Contact:
(Next to The Preacription Shop) AT 7.2607 AT 7-3232 a

tt 11'01 tt 010' W. B. TILTONREALTOR I
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J. A. RileyNo.

C. B. ARBOGAST R. V. Johnson Jensen Beach, Florida AT 71411"presents" 93 Sea Gate Harbor Cull 287-4748

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252 Osceoh Avenue, Stuart -AT 7.0440 FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. 6} 1. Commercial Building for Lease etr tn

PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING Central location In Jensen Death on Florida 707 10 ACRES ..
AT 73366WATERFRONT I Kill() atjuare feet on term leaf*. $150.00 per month, 3 Bedroom House . . ,$13300 -
Our Best Buy 5 ACRES

HOMESNew 2. One Bedroom Home 2 Bedroom House.$15,500
100 feet OCEANFRONT between two Screened porch new roof-furnkhrd. Centrally PRIME ACREAGE

bridges x 1400 feet to River 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with centralair located on 75' lot. Short tint only, $3350.00. 2040.100 Acres . . .$495 per A.

IIUTCIIINSON ISLAND condition and heat. Landscaped lot on 3. "On the Hill"Cnwwoad 40 ACRES '1

Bcsscy Creek. . . . .$1000 A
$35,000.Our I the broad St. Lucie River. Priced to sell. !Section, Jensen Beach, excellent view up '
$24,990.00. and down Indian River-Trade wind *-2 Bed.
Best Buy .-.. room, 111 Bath Home-Oak Floors-Central Heat Ocean to River . . .$150 per ft. ,,1
New 2 bedroom, 1 bath home with centralair and Air ('ondillonlnt-C'! living hi whiter "
Prime Business Corner . $15,000
conditioning and heat landscaped or Hummer-Fully furnished-Separate Car and! Vigarage.
HOMES lot on Ready to move Into, even to linen, tic Choice Homes cs low as $10,000.() .,
waterfront Priced
* large patio. at
Priced at $25,500.00. Ask Us! You'll Be Glad You Did ,"

5 ACRES WITH SMALL /. CRE LAKE 12-FFET DEEP 4. On the Indian River
New 3 bedroom, 2 bath all brick home on
CBS Home will be
-New Two Bedroom proud of -
you -
2 Bedroom Home, Service Room. bon
Separate Carport !
Young Otru Tree- Drape and Rods Included Total only formally landscaped waterfront lot. Has Aim nice I Bedroom Cuert 11_. Both furnkhed. O'/ellg
$1 ,500.00.-Terms.EXCELLENT central air conditioning and heat, large i Reduced to 1275000. .".

RETIREMENT hi a nice Three Bedroom Homeon garage, king size living room and Florida I fOO Colorado Ave., (aero* from tit National Bank) 1,
Large 100 ft. Wooded Lot. Home hat 3 air-conditioner*- room combined. Offered for $22,990.00. I 5. Skyline Section AT 7-2500 AT 7-32RO AT 7-4121 I
Stove Refrigerator Washing Machine-Drape-Rod I Hind elevation 100x325 tot-landlK'aped-mIlll'l DON OTCFALY or BOB WILLIAMS
Total $11,500.OWNER tree*-furnkhed-A 30' Uvlng Room Carport and a.v nst ..
WATERFRONT LOT Service Room Total Price 1400000. -
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River Shore home Lot 100x200 Beautifully landscaped 6. On the Wide St. Lucie River '
110 feet beautiful St Lucie River. : Reduced 10 $9.coo.;
with Circular Drive Oversized Living Room Three Bed. on !50x140'! Cement Bulkheaded Lot-Wonderful view
room Two Bath Selling because of health. Thl b truly Large shade trees. Located in St. Lucie from a furnkhed" 1 Bedroom Cottage. Priced for a MALICIOUS Funbhed. WaterfrnllC 011'Wide .
a fine hone. estates I between two modern attractive quirk sale at $9,500.00, or offer. St. Lock Rlver-I Large Bed.
I double.. hell
ream ( and 2 ale.Ii -
41.11..OCK FROM THE RIVER-Ideal Whiter Home-Large homes. Owner will sacrifice for $13,750.00. WE SELL THE EARTH ODS BU beds) TV 111.11 Sefll Intlud.d -
falooded Front Porch Nice Living Room Two Bedroom w.'I IIIIIf long .
-On* Bath. $6,7S0.00Mak. an offer. .-0 (UO, r

IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE -- - .- Reduced $900.00

New 1r-2 1IedUta.t"f1orlda
R. V. lAIt hi rood sectIm 01 Jn.ea
Priced to Sell

AT 7.3366 '
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M (INI I 2 8114.--1 Bathl C.It 9.
Wall.to.War Carpeting _
Se....... C.IU. Garage ((16s24)retold ) ;
10 ten It $12,500. )

c. O. RAINEY.. Realtor Good 'Pater/ront


I r WATERFRONT ''t INCOME II RESIDENTIAL I II. I e r, IAII'Ie 1110 It.Rlnr.011 Soolll Good Fork buy at or only St.

IMMACULA1E CBS 2 Bed.-e.: I. FISHING CA\IP-yer: 400' Frontage I. PORT SEWALL Venom BuIlt J $5,300.
WrI' Bedt.om2 eer-k Tile Bath
Oral Jlflt-Calhednl Ceilln.-FJtrila. M South Fort-i RaW V..3hst
-Well: 10 Celt Ce.ne-Beautll"
RI'rk.d to tell at 19,7S0.. Waterfrout Rtwsemm-ItenhI( Bout U9JOf. Sewall! Point

and! lfoforPrke reduced to $49,500 2..1 BmROO\1-C'Ioee: In-D or F1a. I 430 It. on Indlaa RlverPricedat
J. MOVE RIGHT L"f-CIl1i 2 Bedroom, Roots-590 nonlh.. tIUTIet eagpge IIS.OO a foof. CIIII be told
and! TtnnIIo I
la ltpIrate rala.HOYT.
2 Bath-ftorlda Room ovedooklag St.<< FtunhW I5otO. I p
Luclt-&awall-Port Se".n-S9,7S0. 3.3 BEDROOM-2 Iat.... Robe Sand I The "Valley Forge" in Legion Heights
2. STUART STORF.S-IOO% IoeatID.- Ana- .may y",... $150500. ...- c.
Sq h.
100% Rtll d-Estellen' tNee' to Offke or
J. CLOSE IN-J Large IWroo plol den LIcht ManuflldwlDl s,... AM 3 lied.
and DWngrosm-2 Ceramic Tile Jatba lIandle $15.000. room Ilnu. or South t1.s. 1 _RelOll' Full Price IncludingLANDSCAPED MURPHYREALTOR

ou SI.<< Lutl.-SJJ.OO. abIJ PrttecL $ 1 2.p 500 LOT t

Jensen Beach

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FINISIIED[ FLOORING Armstrong ienee outlets on the outside "J
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