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 21, 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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III A GENERAL VIEW of the sample median strip, opposite Web for L.S. I has just completed. Twenty-four more remain to be feet of St. I ucie River water trout-\ I
Ordway Motors Inc., which the Stuart Beautification Committee! landscaped age. near oho Roosevelt liridge in I Up
Stuart, as a o site lor H researchand I

."..'.... News on Folks From The t I VotersThe
A total of SKUIKK'( ( cash was

RamblingReporter Sample U.S. / Strip CompletedAs raid rude Raid to the iliul former the corporation owner Evin will '' buttle of the) mayor, Hay-

spend from VW.OOO to IXKH( ) () ) don Burns of Jacksonville! and

in general I improvements I Robert King High of Miami, will

: Outho.ud Marine Corporation! decide I loridu'i new two-year term
engineers will arrive in June to I
Beautification Work BeginsA !governor Tuesday-a n d strong
discuss! plan lair the new facility.
.SIUARI I MARINE It is expected that the new testing I county committees for each are
NOT station will he in operation by ear putting ..MI the heat in the lust I live
SIUARr TACKLE: AND' sample median strip on four- the provision of the mobile pump summer. The other will just have ly fall. r days hereMarlin
M\RINE: INVOLVED laned U. S. 1 1. opposite Web Ord already in use. to wait until fall, when, on their I' Evinrude gave credit to Marlin
The old "Stuart Marine Serv way Motors Inc.. was completed It i il /hoped that there are still return, they should find the four- C'ounty'i Committee ol 101)) ) for decide hctween County voler.1111 L also
ice plant aero the rivernotStuart Saturday after much careful planning I enough Martin County visitor lanmg of U. S. I complete throughout spurkplugging the idea of bringing and Dean looker Mallory for Johnson
Tackle and Marine in down. and hard work by W. A. Ambler I around to ICe the sample median the city and twenty-five i inlands this new industry here. county
town Stuart-was purchased by Stuart's superintendent 0 f strip before heading north for the a beautiful "Welcome buck." taster Combs, chairman of the
parks and president of the Stuarl Voters in OUtrict I :. which in.
< h Evinrude interests! "Pleaseclear -- said
e --- --- ----- committee !
Beautification Committee for U. 1CIIARLLS elude*,a II thit east section of the
this up asked Herman "A clean and desirable light iniluslry
RciU of the U. S. Frazier Creek S. Refuses Injunction Dismissal which create pay checks county -thirteen out of hftll..1f r
1.The ,
firm! 'Since we are Evinrude dealer strip, 480!() feet long and I IHospital's I lor t local people is nought Kite f Harvey{ ;-w. I 111.(of: choose'and between I JohnA
; Piley Stuujrt
and because of similarity in fourteen feet wide. is one of twen by nearlv every community In the Wellington. of llorw Sound our v ,
name, some reader* havibcconieconfuted. ly-five i within the city: limits that Plea Suit nation. We're fortunate in having
: on "kit etingnqultgd by Lee Caiun. nwnageY
." will receive similar tre itment. The ; b1P051 It : justice: of the peae-:
Ralph Evinrude and hat wife, Frances I Iywes.
0/111:0/I hit wju 12) felt : ..
of Stuart Soil Conservation .iig as \ 1'1 .
ten "islands" in the city 1 -
remaining "
l-angford, in our community ')ir
contest itt Fort. 1'iutt on I'(Wtoyta r
Is Denied in the area publio speaking
kr.t concrete By Trowbridge The Stuart research and development BA
GET: CAR CHECKED: BYJAYCEtS May 15. Hit/ will compete in the mate contest at Sarasota" jn| Au 'II It'ASSOCIATIONNOT
First Ambler had a well lunk. testing, station for Outboard
liNIXIHSIXfi: ) ) :
: SATURDAYWant Hopes of a shallow well were dispersed J Marine Corporation will be the gust. Five student! from llcndry. Highlands I / ., Martin, Okewhobca;
Judge C Pfeiffer Trowbridge Martin Memorial Hospital' mono : 1 ANY CA.MHIMIKS/ :
checked : in lorida. The and St. Lucie countie spoke on "I hIt Development and Use of
to have your auto when it became necessaryto Ion second one I stationIn I
his chamber Monday, denied t o n t to dismiss an utjunctionbrought ,
before vacation? Stuart Jaycees,, drill fifty-four feet before striking .. .. j, against it by the City ol Naples will continue in opera Our District Soil and Water Resource for Today and Tomorrow 1 At t a special called meet
)In a concentrated effort to backup water. Then approximately -- -- I{ Stuart, connection with alleged tion.Evinrude Second prize, $15, was won by Lynn McC'lung/ of Schring and ing at t the Tradcwlnd Kev
the Florida Industrial Commission 1,000) feet of water line was in. nuisance. iwid that the Stuart third, $10, by Bob Mann of" Okccchohce, I laurant' Monday emben
u 9-Safety-4"! campaign, stalled around the perimeter of 'Advisory Board The maintains that. In vio- site' was chosen because of MurlmCounty' _n_ -t--. of the local bur paused a
city ------- resolution'
will check car here on Saturday the Island, and I 180-degree! sprinklers I I wealth 0 f waterway, t that : "Martin
May 23. A vehicle safety check were cut into the pipe, so that t lulion of Ordinance 140 of March, which lends itself to the testing I Top Priority Asked County Bur Association' i i8
Suggests ChangeOn 1940. the ttir-coiulitioning equip- .
area will be set up i in the Bad.cock the grass could be watered without I I ) t type of operation.One not endorsing/ any candidate
lot i men! at the hospital cause vibration parcel of land, consistingof for any political office."
Furniture I
parking on cars being drench.
Colorado Avenue and bumper Ocean Blvd.The : noise and: odors' which disturb five kits in block 20 of Riverside
To keep maintenance to a minimum residents of nearby Hilda-; New at\\
stickers will be given to participants -Ambler estimates the silm- brad Park. St. Lucie I Park River Plat frontage with 250 wa feet purchased of Post Office District 4 voter, who reside

pie island can be adequately mowed I Planning Advisory Board I I Evans Crary Jr.. attorney for Iron Mr and Mrs. Herman In the two precinct at Indian-
and watered in one hour-St, Augustine agreed Wednesday, May 13, to the hospital stated that the City' W. Decker for $50,000.( ( It town, will pick David Gale 0 r
IK: n ERS: LETTFRS: sod was laid, and number I recommend to the City Commission suit was to redress a private grievance contains the former Stuart Marino Requested Frank Snipe for constable
WE HAVE LETIERS ings kept to a reasonable I the rezoning from R-l 1 to R-2 ,,I rather than a public damage, buildings, dock! and marine railway Jensen Democrat have no choice ina
This, apparently was "Letter and in clusters, rather than spread I of a parcel of land In block I I. '' and suggested that Ihe complaint presidential preference slate of

W-itmg Week" in Marlin County. all over the strip. section I I. St. Lucie Estates I'fails to Mate a cause! of action.In 'I the second parcel of land, consists I II thirty-two delegate pledged to.yndon
The strip contains five palms : The owned Mrs I ; Congressman Paul Roger has ed new postal facilities for l l.chil'h B. Johnson
Letters to the editor poured in on property by denying the motion to dismiss of eight i Iota, with 4X( feet I I They will
various subjects, including fishing three of them adonidia. t two phoenix Aura Fake Jones is on East Ocean Judge Trowbridge pointed ol. waterfront, and wan purchased requested the Post t Oil ice Ikpurtment Acres and Inl/no/ alee, all to be choose one national committeeman
-so many, in fact, that we robelcnni, and one phoenix Boulevard opposite i Hospital!\ out that the burden of proof in ev! i from W. ('. Shepard for .10,000. to consider new postal failitie built by private enterprise and front fourteen candidates: and a
were not able to print them on the reclinatas; nine red and five yel- Pond. A new professional building tahlishing any nuisance caused to I The site is just south of the Gulf for Jensen Beach on a rented to the government. national commitleewoiiian from
editorial page. If yours was omit low hibiscus; five agava. twelve I will probably be erected there. the public lies with the city. I I Oil Bulk Station and north of f ton priority basis. He has requested/ a federal four candidate: .
ted watch next week' paper. jothrainfic and twenty carissa box I 1 he board considered the rezoning he hospital t has fifteen day in > Roosevelt Bridge. "While much progress has been building lair West Pllnt''Ijas' Vi to The Democratic taniple ballot I in
wood. I in line with trendin whl made during the past lew year in contain in addition to postfix
as being a l to file an answer or defense I I I van Crary Sr. represented the published on Page 4-D.
The boxwood came from the the area. to the complaint after which the I Outboard Marine Corporation and providing modern and efficient". stuns, a federal 1 court and f Ulodfederal [ Republicans, who will find I
TO i
IPS NO GAMBLE city The other plantingscost firm of and punt' oil ice* in our district. Rogr I offices.Child .
nursery. The board also decided to recommend taking of testimony will probably the law Oughlerstm their sample ballot on Page 5-D,
CATCH A SAIL HERE $351.25, and paid for I told the Pot Oil ice I>el'arl- ---
were kel-
from '
the rezoning R-l start according to T T. Oughter- Oughterson represented have their choice of two presidential
'It' no gamble to catch a sailfish by funds raised through Stuart to R-2 of a parcel of land east t son city attorney. I I lent, "several area urgently need slates. each of ten delegates
off Stuart." said Guy C. Du- Garden Club. of Fern Hill Cemetery to permit icrsKvmrudc laid that the present new facilities now Jensen Beach Support one headed by William D.
Jardin, Monte Carlo, Monaco ,' The City of Stuart's participation the construction of multiple fam 1 docks, pilings and marine railwaywill has experienced growth and t is Pawley i and uncommitted, the oth
when presented with buttons and will be limited to the installation ily dwellings. School he removed and will be replaced aced with antiquated" and inude- er headed by William ('. Cramer
certificate for his catch of four of wells, water lines, and An amended zoning plan of ulll a Programs by new dock and bulkheading quate postal facilities Delinquent Is and pledged to Barry Goldwatcr
"Gannett II." and will be for the congressman also reqlle l-
sails from I designed
parts of the city west of the Ft.C There are two Republican candidates '
Railway tracks, Intended to adjust I 'In a Nutshell'While outboard motor and boat ---'- -- Being SoughtCharles running for national com.mittceman .

GENERAL: AND WIFE: Rites Held (fordFred such areas to the four-laning Construction will Mart within Thursday Deadline for national commit
VACAIION IN MEXICO of U. S. I was (forwarded to the I thirty days, laid Evinrude. tee OIlIall.I .
City Commission for study, and covered completely i n Employes, for the most part On Absentee Votes Gordon Lassetl will I
General Arthur Harris and Mn. 1. Hall subcommittee of the board were Section C today here is a brief i iresume will consist of test engineer! and have to spend thirty day in jailor I
Harris of Hobe Sound are vacationing appointed to study zoning condition I of coming school: programs mechanic, Mr. Zola Hlakeslee said, that pay $300( in buck child support
at Netzahualcoytl 131 /her office has been rushed to Red Cross GivesOpportunity
: | supply
in Little Dixie and other I payments, according to a ruling
Cuernavaca. Mexico he has writ- Long Resident areas in the eastern part of the I Martin County Scnfk>r .High. I Memorial > absentee ballot, which did by Circuit Judge C. I'feiffer Trow.I .
ten friends here. Mrs. Harris, who II gymnasium\ baccalaureate, 'I' DayObservance not arrive front Tallahassee until bridge
city. I to
from an illness, Thi Thursday. May I
recuperating Funeral were held p.m Sunday May 24; class night Set uesday. hitch in the proceedings i ia I
at Only
services ,...
finds the climate most agreeable 1 rrrrarrw.wrs I Il I. Is the last day on which they
10 \ :20! for 4 7-30( p m Monday May 24, award that LaHsetl wasn't In court for the
a.m. Wednesday! May :
here he laid. General Harris is : presentations: commencement, Xp.m. Harold Johns post No. 62 of can "be secured, and they must he Learn to Swim
knows wherehe
Frederick LeRoy Halt, pioneer 1 hearing and no one
chairman of Jonathan Dickinson resident and liletime Stuart business News Want-Ads F I Friday, May 2'J. followed bv the American Legion and Auxiliary lack in her /hand by Monday, I live, 1-as.sclt i ia $1.200behind. ( :
State Park Advisory CounciL will hold ion annual Memorial the day before the election
man, who died at his home Got Fast Results ; reception. services Saturday, May in child: support payments since his I Learn to swim; in this land of
her Monday afternoon, May .18. Stuart Training School-AwarJ Day on final divorce! decree.
!MRS. ANNE LINDRLOM:' Born at Greenville. Pa., on Nov For This Owner i presentation, 11:45: a.m., Friday. 10), at 10 a.m. at the band shell on COUNTY FIRE MJMBr.K Judge, Trowbridge ruled that if :, water, it may save your life.Registration .
HELPED FIX FEAST I'14. 1897, Fred Hall came herewith SI May 22; baccalaureate, Mount Cal East Ocean Boulevard. ( ( of the for the Red CrOAt
Lassett $300) ) arrears
fire now
.... All and The county pay summer W will 'boon
.aaeasaurraaaaarssbrrls tra Baptist Church, 8 Sun veteran organizations
Inadvertently omitted from the his mother and father, Eugene vary a.m. invited attend. have a twenty-four-hour fire alert and continues'his. $25 a month June 5 at the 'Junior r..High
day May.31 and commencement the public are gym
about the visit of Dr. Bruno LeRoy Hall and Charlotte E. Hall, FOR RENT 35 ; fire outside the rt he can
To uppt> payment purge .
story t school 8 All county post office will be watch. report a from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.-or a.
(Continued on Page 2-A) in 1912, and his father was one in tea-. -- asatsw"\.s f r I June 1.A 1. patio, p.m. Monday closed on Memorial l, Smart City limits, call 287-5575. himself:I of contempt Sunrise Inn after classes be-
of the early pineapple Day.
grower ,._ They
615 Bryant Ave. $50 a month u_ ---- Y -- ----- -- ---- Kin June 8. continue through
this area. -- -
Tale TwistingBy Owner; of Hall' Electric Appli-1 I I 7 room Rent allowance ; $80.fOV to $50,000 July There IS, wll! be cln'ICfor all I
slice Store until he retired four for repairs and decorating Survey Here /educed from I .I
I IL Fred L. Hall built the ages from beginner through advanced
JACK JAMES years ago I yourself. 244E Fluglcr St. ; : life saving
Park Shopping Plaza on East t Miami. FR. 17017. 5-28(35)( )

TUB take KMIS.O a stand co..uyTo on keeping Ocean World War Boulevard.I in the He United served Stales in 'I II I This I M the letter wt received Martin Plan Reduced in Flood Budget Led W *k', Weather

politic out of our churches couldbe : Coast Guard A member of the I after the above ad ran ,
misleading, but there i Is nothing First Methodist I Church. he was one tin* la. our May 14 kv Mar rsmo'tur.II .Hind. IT Low 7. lUlnfolt'
misleadingwith a member of Harold Johns Post !I suet "Kindly cancel all sub considered to the The budget set askJu! SHII ) ),- I and cattle rancher asked what local May Il ." .llF .fb
lor : :
I I $14.01)0.000) ( ( budget I $ necessary : oi:

put more trying Chritianlty toT *- of of the Stuart Legion Elks a Lodge charter, a memberof member t aequeat dared by.drertU me In nc connection.ts or Florida 1964-65 Flood for the Control Central District and South was 'i II"two(1.counties E. Dail Jr., executive director I II I (000 I-mill( in levy f'D In(funds eighteen raised counties by the j the :plan people: and could wn do told to to speed:"squeak: and up %!i'u F !II! :'::.. :: !!?,' :tie. :::i iMsy :

into our the Historical Society and organizer and $&. the wheel with,congressmen ,
the district -
d..trk.1hllpes making .. .
wfch 'home for rent at 615 voted Friday by the district board of the FCD sail the up W"YI II 7. varsess '
politic. It's the and first president of Mar that the Corp of (XJO.OOO) I) from general revenue state senator t.mpeyslsre lay w..k 7.'PI .
SJ', T duty of every tin County Golf and Country Club. Bryant Art, a* I rented It. of governor, but tr request( the fur Engineer long Army study can becompleted funds. Federal appropriation are U.'il reported the H'D had given r1Ce +!
SXO.OtX for under range a '
God-loving voter He i ia survived by his wife, Ruth Thank you. -Martin a survey by .1963, but that funds asked totaling $14,000.000( () ) but 1 a Martin County group com r 6rWt1 jar vwatsr'Inwwais
County flan" was cut to of rl r t
Mr Robert
to stand be Hall one daughter WUIbun IL Brown"Fur ( limited.' these fund have not yet been approved plete tabulation
"0,000. are
hind every public I M. Johnson a granddaughter, two I II 1 board of of the by Congress.; needs for the re-charging' canal: ao II ...414 eel aas, rase
: officeholderwith brothers and three sisters I ksl results, place. your The Martin which County Plan draw in a FCD The levied I null governor of real! estate" The Martin County Plan cause connection from the lake to canals : Nay :: i.: .5,44:et I It: U a itasy 11.11
this kind of qualification. Remember I Final rites were held in Johns ad /NOW In the duMifitd see- itIkons. project propose to. I to the fCD ed considerable dhcusiion at the 23, 24 and 25. and, those in Utir 14 sat ew. llsr i UI:
valuation tail ;
Funeral Home with the walet from Lake Okeechoface to support He aid (work on asy ii ..: t n visa Isc t.U
it is always easier to degrade Chapel, I Cull 287-1550 IBCI.Ii 1 furnish water for Martin and at the meeting This would raise public hearing held at the Si Martin County. ay 14 .. taled4 last 111' *
anything than it I It to Improve I Rev. Walter Jessup, Methodist for the WaM-Ad Dcpwtowit It ,1 St. Lucie counties I approximately 6110,000 in Martin Lucie County courthouse: getting right-of-way i* JlfOIll'OIII IJIIItif.actul'lly MM II ... lilt pile i** t 14
it. (Pleadon't<< forget to pastor officiating. Burial wa in irrigation y- I Brian McCarty, St. Lucie citrus now. _.1Ie Pt ..w 141 ..*, U4 aria ,..
tern through FCD caiula. 1 he pLan County
vote Tuesday, May 26.) Fern Hill Cemetery .asarasa 17"- II


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A THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS cicty turned out to he m error : Public Invited by D.AR.

Tbnrsday May 21, 1964 It was the 1958 edition since cor Shelterees/
__ : Seventy
reeled Iwo of our subscribers,
.."" ."- 'who went to the source, were told Tax Foe to I
by Ralph E. McAleer, chief car b$: Income
f MOST ABQZJTRambling logrnphiait, "btuuft wan restored to TestSeventy
its proper position in subsequent' Took Part in
ediliOllstl ," I
Speak on Amendment

t IIANTKT,FFR' GOING: shclterecs and a staffof ture tests. Kenton noted.
,Ie ,mi nucd from Page 1 1-A) IO DRY 1OR1UOAS. four enjoyed theiwlve and The weekend wan/ "( all business -

,.Mdn/tler. 'esr. THEN: WORLD'S FAIR 'I learned a, lot Saturday and Sunday There Will also fun mostly pro Alfred H Nelson president of .' .
Mr whew 1 they participated,. in a twenty vidcd by the" several )young people Amendment Committee -
'1 Unco!, deputy: mayor of Na and Mrs Ralph HvmruJ -lofia hour aix4 define/ ; shaken who were in the g.r. W. S vaJ: the I Liherty,,
; Italy, in last wetk's Stuarta i ,wijl Idttvc" ," Monday oi> their yacht I| .' test ut St. Joseph Academy youngster cntcrU; ieJ themselveswith of Florida, will show a documented ; ,F arc
< ", < the name of Mrs Annelliloni the 'Chanticleer,' for, a two-week ; According 10 AI Kculon Ma*, phonograph figcords Two oth and informative sound
,,< who prep red a delicious causa., and CiUung trip: to the Dry I I k kI tin County Civil Defense director en brought a ukulele and bongo movie called "Freedom Js the
'h a I Issue Today" at 8 )pi.11FriJIlY inthe
';luin least dud Ma. Evlnruda mother, Mrs.Anne I ; and things learned- by the organ- materials
Langford, and Mr. and Mrs, room of the First .
i rrpogn l will sit to. use in. future Church services. both Protestantand
AIL IS WELL, WERE Roland Mcrrell The Evinnules .I : :testy-car should real conditions: Catholic, were held Sunday. National Bank of Stuart
ON IMF MAP, FRIENDS will bv.4Ib. lad of Juno foe the' warranting shelter use ever occur. Keaton reported no one wantedto He appears here under sponsorship -
New York Worlds Fair on the 'Ii; Two of the molt important leave during the test One visitor of Halpatiokee C chapter;
A cccnt "ramble" to the effecti Chanticleer" Fvmrude, who is ...... & .
"' "tfo-I'( thing! learned were utilization of who came on. business wanted of the Daughters of the AmuicaaRevolution
I o i! Stuart was omitted from a chairman of the board of Outboard
space !Indo th Southeastern United ''
i< Marine Corporation said !t'
t( of mechanical equipment 'All i in all the operation waa.i a. public.
it IN National Geographic SoNicholson's that the 'Chanticleer' will b
c for example' the would ;isolate very successful and: we hope
group: Ana Nelson, a engineer
berthed at| the World Fair Marina !
,| the medical aid station in fu i to have another. Keaton said!. who traveled extensively -
,wii ctt Ml be operated; by hit --.- - -,- for many years <
corporation! In the United States and
n Looking/ fQr. 'Strong Shift Canada, resigned his position with
Half million persona enter and I T Rick.Will Engineering firm of
Ship's Lantern leave New York's' Grand Central. Barberton, Ohio, in January, 1963
Terrnmal: during an average twenty to devote all his time to the promotion
four-hour Rollins of the Liberty Amendment
'AnericanRESTAURANT _period ___ Predicting a
He said that ho was spurred to
promote I ho amendment, which

Seafood 1 and 2PieceBathing Victory for 'Haydon'Prediction would get the abolish government the income out of tax privatebusdnese and

COCKTAIL LOUNGE : "by the waste t i have
PACKAGE STORE Suits seen of the American taxpayers .Aa.

PIZZA that Haydoo Burn teal Florida where Kelly: ) ran money The measure would stop ALfRED IL NELSON
FAMILY NIGHT Every;: would carry Martin County in the strongest, show heavy support there the bureaucrats"from squanderingour
governor! race against Robert for Buena." tax' dollars and past district deputy of the
Thursday FRERE'SMaternity DON HFBEItF, formerly of Fort Pierce; i Is neY( president of the King High, and would !score! an Rollins said that ha looked for Nelson I is a native of New Jersey -I Odd Fellows and. past commando
'-Mile from Shopping Ceases Bank of Stuart impressive statewide victory, was a heavy vote locally, sparked by a descendant of the Drakes I of the American Legion Post m
On Route 76 made by Roscoe Rollins, county the governor race and) three local of England who settled Morris Anchorage Alaska"DON'T ,
SllMRt, FLORIDA Wear Charles Volk to Miami campaign chairman. runoffs.Cadets, County N J., in 1650. He was
1303 Pointing to the Martin CountyIIAYDON reared and educated in Georgia.
Telephone AT 7-9722
Orange Ave, Fort Pierce
oink to He enlisted in the Dixie Division
.- .-- -.-. -.-. of the first World War and servo
Bank of Stuart Will I Tyndall Base for ed m France At the beginning of

BOX OFFICE OPENS Two Weeks CampA World War II he closed his contrasting
business to serve with the
t 6(45SHOW>( group of Stuart Civil Air Engineer Corps to build military
TIME bases' in Alaska. He is a past grand
Be Headed by HebertThe Patrol cadets; !" plans to. leave soon
7i30 for a two-week, encampment at
Tyndall Air force Base, Panama
Friday, Saturday and Sunday board! of director of the member of the Blackberry Masonic City Go to PrecinctWhere
Bank of Stuart, at 4 recent directors Lodge, member of the official Any cadet presently enrolled in You Voted
,' meeting, announced! tM ele- the Phase I program, and those a'cstwf
iOo/ \\t\t r board", of the First i t Methodist t
( tion of Donald C Hebert as president who will have completed the pro Because of the shift In certain I
I;' '11,.. \\Y ," Hebert it vice: president and Church, Liona Club and VfW. gram by June 2, may apply for precincts, which confused some
;), 'Uf; oifAlu.1. y cashier of the First Nationaj! Bankof He attended Aurora College in one of Uiree.:: summer encampments .voters in the first primary, Mrs + {
Fort Pierce and will join the Aurora, III., and the American designed to impart general knowledge Zola Blakeslce registrar, advised\ e r
Bank of Stuart on June I I. He, !his Institute of Banking m. Chicago, Qf the Air Force: "go back to the precinct where
y, JYli*. wife, Marguerite, and two chij- III Hebert was veteran of the Those desiring more information you voted in the first primary. FORGET
dren, John and Jill, will make their, Pacific i Theatre of operations during are invited) to squadron, meetings And please be- patient," she. said. WHO
w' residence In Stuart World War II, from 194) to each Tuesday night at 7 at "The clerks and inspectors will SIGNS
:: 't p The new president has thirteen 1946 Witham Field. try to straighten out any difficulty' THE CHECKS!" :
: years experience in all phase' of He succeeds Charles M Yolk I
I IE Ir Ir Iy banking and for the last several/ who
recently resigned to acceptthe When disaster strikes, whetherit
: years has been a: commercial and presidency of a new bank in BURNS
FRANCES? IANCFC.TOJENSEN Is fire, liability, theft or a t
consumer loan officer He- is a Miami.
serious accident and you are
first primary figures-Dickinson,
l/obe 1872, Burns, 1481; High 1 1.101; fully covered with insurance,
Scouts First
MIIIIIMIkE( Boy Kelly, 904; Mathews, 337: and R/G/ GER (those checks are most welcome. '.
Karl, 137-Rollins said that "we: .OO We are happy to deliver those
f S.1" are looking for a strong shift to RESTAURANT claim checks! as promptly as
Interest Is Reported KeenIn Burns in the second primary possible. 1

He pointed out that Fred Dick ; BEACH, ON TIlE INDIAN RIVFR AT IF ITS. INSURANCE .

; JIuStJeIH R [ '16eVOOtAD'( ===' Stuart's Fourth Parade number msoru. who of votes received locally the had largest form! tANGTORD MAJUN'lL" s SEE HIE

rw.rataaUartlyN' o.aNsltl" "" sastI '
awrewp ally pledge his support to Burns,
-. -. -.--. CO41IT. ..... Stuart Chamber of Commerce but will not be in a separate division and said "our reports from Cen" DINNERS ONLY R. V. JOHNSONAGENCY
'Dl4 r reports keen Interest! in this year'sFourth Five trophies will go to the
\ of July parade First entry r best entered by a youth organization OPEN AT 5 PM. FOR COCKTAILS

':: came from Boy Scout: Troop 171 best on patriotic! theme most Ghiotto Attends Dinners, dally, seven days a week-6 to 10 p.m. )
at Hobe Sound. Other who have beautiful, most original and best
I announced float plan*, are the on the LUNCHES DISCONTINUED FOR SUMMER TOD.\y t OR CALL
...... : Stuart Fiftieth Anniversary
! '".-'" .If\ Anna Miller Circle of the ElksLodge theme. North Carolina AT 7.3366
and Sea Scout Explorer Ship
.I.f.fI! '1'here the Stars Meet *
LeMoyne Roll has pledged h.is MtRRlACE LICENSES Home Loan MeetFrank
B8ie.lDS Jr full co-operation.
Eddie Lee Johnson
J session to Alma
First planning for the
Rae Floyd, both of Stuart C. Ghiotto Jr, secretary
: BARRYNElSJN' DIANE McBAIII..MJOO.a.REN1 N [ 01'hae.s' parade was to be, on' Wednesday Gilbert Charles Venn, West and loan officer of First Fedcra
- ... evening, May 20, at 7:30 at the
G a.I.M wnwMt -usheer Palm Beach, to Mildred .Ruth Savings and Loan Association of
: AauwASeuaawstssp'! iasmusrr lsatusaralatwtlltBOX Stuart Chamber building.. Organizations Gore, Lake Worth Martin County, returned last week
are requested to have a Jack David Bligh to Carol Eileen from a three-day annual stockholders' .
.. .
representative present and
-- -- ---- any of the Federal
Haugh, both of West Palm meeting
: person interested in helping with Beach. Home Loan Bank of Greensboro,
: OFFICE OPENS 630HQW the big event of the summer are Guy Chauncey Nichols, Lake N. C, held at the Shoreham Hotel -

., YA Iii' "k9 $ TIME 7:00 welcome Commercial float/ are invited Worth, to'Zelda Ossery Crowon l in Washington, D C $
- Continuous From 1:30 West Palm Beach < Ghiotto represented' First Federal :
: \1"U: Saturday and Sunday Allen Dowling to Annie Lee at tho meeting of Savingsand
.Thornton, both of Indiantown, Loan Associations! in the
Rill Smith III
Gauss Edward Smith Stuart, to Greensboro district, which in*
Thursday FridaynudSaturday Hurt at Cocoa; Shirley Ann Livingston, Jupiter, elude the southeastern' United 1' t
; ,
- Frederick Andrew Baker to State ,, .
with DANGER AME Reported Better Ann Lillian Cusworth, both. of ....w (' 4'
West Palm Beach A. glass fiber lifeboat which can ,
they go when the x W A. (Bill) Smith III. injuredin withstand intense heat and flames tln-
a fall at Cocoa Beach on May Germany is said to be the source ha been designed to withstand
'.action Is HQTTEST! isfactonly 8, i i. reported at his to be home.recovering sad of the hamburger and frankfurter, blazing fuel at sea and help sail- :ii ii
now considered! as American, ors escape from tankers
BII's mother Mrs W. A. Smith -.-...--.. .: I&M
. Jr of Rio, visited her son over the '.' .' ...
weekend and said he was
past .
coming on fine Bill was knocked ', } .
: r "/
from a building while installing 'I'' ,tr"J eW .. I,
steel on the third story He sustained .s a '\ \\ .
broken ribs, a puncturedlung ,,. 454 41 t.S "
and bruised arm and legs t tIaIioriel r:;: t 1S'9
according to his motherNEW :
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Sunday, Monday and Tuesday after a swim, beer is a natural '\(. -......... ., .

r SPRINGFASHIONS I Oatbostrttmer day a dip J tP 1 cool trmIn can be wandcrfuD '.' BANK .-
refreshing. Equally refreshing when yon're relaxing aCterwudt
wil)fr od*it*hearty gia*X bee&There'e, hardly Other bev '
I at enge around that*un* wits voo do foe fan ta much u been
" A ARRIVING CuBipW.hiking,or just lounging on a Ian cba -becr Wings to r
each just the right ouch of exm good living.

DAILY Your familiar r glass! of beet b. tbo 0 pleuorable rtmlnijer/ that>
ve live lilt land of person freedooii-due our right to tmoy
CEO Tequesta Drive beer and ale if we so desire k wsl! one,but an important one!of TMI flltHOU MNK Ut t. NUN IOUUVAX\ STVMT. PUItJIIA'
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{ .. ." .*.- Local Insecticides Study ANNUAL MAY 5:30l1,mDally

ROBrRI J, (1111 LETWord :

bus hem r ...'el\ed ot the Has Reached Two-year EndA
death ot Koxrt 1. Chullct at 8 a.l11. to ;

1 Olecn. N, C. on Slay> 18. Ischisehcck Mrs, "Marie : SALE
Martin (ounty flower farms ion end! 4I I I I 8 .
He p.m.Friday
was i member ol the Milan ,
insecticides study which has MiK" ulloiigh public health nurses
-Jensen b Iks 1 lodjIC. a past chef reached the two-Near t mark in a Martin 1 ( ,'unttermeJ the
de ot the O C..
gar Washington ideal for such test.
planned five to star program spot a long-term
40 and K. and Mason Washington
a ot -
has not to date turned up injurious because not out the flower grow
[ was a veteran effects under methods: used !locally ers but also the local mosquito i
of \Vorld \\dr I II I.
control forces use the dangerous !
.,., I Survivors include his wile Alice Dr John M, Cnmsolus! local chemical
Chaillet; three sons, Donald Crmil- physician i i in co-operation with An average WO (lower worker
I let of AshcMlle N. C.. John Chart- the Stale Board of Health, hasbeen and 24* other:: volunteers; were I
let ot North Beach \IJ and Rob directing the program since tested with blood samples monthly
a 1 1 ert Chaillct ol Del Air MJ; one May. %. aided by Dr. Nathan during the period .
sister, Mrs Lugcma I IXAVitt of J. Schneider director" of the bureaus I The studies will continue it was
Stuart and two brothels. GeorgeJ laboratories. and Miss Mar- indicated: I
Chllillet11.1 Ldwarad W. Chad I
Mit'/ let of Washington D I'. -...-.- .-.,.. .. ...-..-.,).,,. ,. ",.---,-." .'- ... for SALE
Bunal will he Arlington!: ; Ccm-
I I eter)'. Soil Conservation NewsBy

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Mrs Gcorgina Margaret Steele r.-.' a.rw' .4.- .rnaal 1..r k..3L

ninety-two a resident ol 1 St Lucic For the second year In a row, pares are presented to all contestants I
Boulevard, Port diedin
Vwull Martin County High School sen entering district area and.
Martin Memorial Hospital Sat Ion have won district and area state contests Inlormulioa" on theCc"lelh
-- urday evening MaId I after I public speaking, contests in the. is available at Soil Conservation
'.L _,..... brief illness She \1.1a native of short peri Germany and a 'loinier resilient of
MARLIN (COUNT COMMISSIONR: : Edward Miller sporting a "Burns For Governor1 hut, won the Martin district contest Martin Soil Conservation
Steele have
united amiably tor photographers as he handled lines while the "Suntanner V" waited for passage been Pittsburgh winter residents here since on May 12 and finished first District assists Us co-opcrulors with
through the St. Lucie Locks during the annual cross-stale cruise to celebrate the twenty-seventh annivcrsar 1919 and in 194X then made Port in the ai"'a contest Fort Pierce. planning. stocking and management
five I I' ol 1 (tarns HowardBisdand
> of the Okccchobce waterways. Skipper and owner of the Suntanncr V" i il C. V. Sottong. Sewull their permanent home against opponents on May Service
SipoS will compete against seven Soil onservution' V i'h
She is survived b\ her husband
-- eonlelanlffill1l other arell01 biologist, called recently at the
showers Mrs Donald Ward Mrs Leslie lames Steel of Port Small, two Honda i>n Aug. 20 al Surasola firms of P O Thomas C'. W.Seolt .
Nancy Raphel Is two bridal recentlyWednesday I ton. daughters, Mrs. Llnicr li. Thomas
Joan Wnldron ot liuliantown did I I. M. Johnson II Redde-
II, she Mrs. Oucl-
May was Kmiibcrg. Joseph
of Port Sewull and Mrs Mar-
Shower honoree I likewise" List lien and \\illium "Paiks. and Mon
entertained hy Mrs. Richard Wclk- lotto Mrs Joseph Cole and Mrs. (tiret Lewis of Scuttle Wash, five year
Speaking contests\ on. agricultural terery lowers to prescribe lime
her home and Welker
er at Tuesday May
grandchildren ten great-grand!
Miss Nancy Raphel bride-elect 19 Mrs. B. J. Abbott. Rio. enter I The wedding ceremony will take children. conservation/ u"jeclIIrc sponsored fertiliser and weed control rcme-
ot Gary Steele. was honored at tained in her home. Mrs. Jack place at 12:10 Saturday.. June 6 Private funeral service were annually by the Soil Const- din ( ishpoiuls, like pastures. truck GE Escort Portable TV M504Y
---- VHtion 1 Districts of Honda. and field must' he prepared
Buys crops
Addy was co-hostess with Mrs at St Josephs ChurchA held at Fern Hill Cemetery Tues
and girl, grades seven through properly and managed to bo IUC' controls to useS
Abbott I day at 3 p.m. with the Rev Donald S Front ea.y
Among those attending were: research center for the studyof : :J K. Schroeder, pastor of Redeemer twelve may enter. Generous cash ce\,11I1.The 1 U S. Soil ('nlherval on Fold-away handle easy to carry
Mrs J. Alex Raphel, mother of the monkeys is to be established I ulheran C hurch I of Stuart -- --- Service. I', O Box l Ih2.< Games- Daylight Blue pctwr! easy to watch

bride-eltct Mrs John Steele I Six universities will be associated officiating Johns Funeral IMVRIIN Ml/MORI stile, announce the sale of twen Front mounted speaker .0'110 heat
mother of the bridegroom-elect. with it.Fabrics. Home was in charge ol arrangements IIOSPIItL, ty-four pickup trucks one-half .
Mrs Ira Broome Miss Lynn Maul- 16" Streets
and three IICllunI I here
BirthsMr, and Mrs Mo/ellc ton are
din Miss Pat Heger Miss Bonnie and paper that resist
used M'S vehicles Kids must he
Hudson MISH Carol Miss JIM() degrees Robinson, a !son May I IV; Mr.
Raphel temperatures as high as KAIMOM: KNtmLlONM nmilcil to the above a".lrcfor
Jane Raphtl, Miss Judy t.no. Mrs can be made from, a new SJ\I: : '< and Mis, William Simmon, u June K I
Mw 16 Mr and Mrs, Bur- opening on islmg on
Alvin Hendry III Mrs Fred Wal form 01'nylon.. Knowlton Simmons, son : these used vehicles be asked 1\1
Raymond may
ice Lam, a son May 1 IA; Mr and
I seventy-one, of Casu I Icrruce, Stuart Mrs. Harold Thompson, I daughter. for in writing to the above address .and
." ,, <> .... died at his home Wednesday Slav I 16. or hv culling ill Soil Conservation

Y 4 For the Finest in morning May I M He was a native May 12-Admitted, RobertTomlmson Service offices| .
of Bowling Green. Ohio and Jack \\hlte. Gregory ---
QUALITY JEWELRY had been a resident here for the K.CC Mark Wnhum Norma Jean R{ foeM Portabli Kidta Small tn ita nd prk.-.

FOR fAVORIIE G DS! I Visit MEANS past four years He was a memberof Castle Johanna Brumng, IXNIIS Supreme Court a giant s. porformancel Six transistors. Complete wins.
Acacia Lodge No 161, F&AMof ucker, Wilher Killeen and I.u-
buttunes. Top
For Summertime Stuart the AI Sirat Grotto and Nora limit carry case, fnneia eiuphuio 1
We Have a Nice Choice of the AI Koral Templo of the Mystic Walker Roussuw Carroll; discharged Hairc. Ruth Do- !I Asked to Negate -r ....

Beauty Visit Shrine of Cleveland the Ancient Garmo, Virgic Higgins, Janet
: IDENTIFICATION BRACELETS, and Accepted Scottish Rite Dawes and Harold Johns. Land Secession
of Cleveland and a member of Ma13-Admitted. John Gilbert : BOTH FOR ONLY 12695
1 Powder CIIARM BRACELETS and CII ARMS the Veterans of World War I, ; discharged Jean lijtswurd,
Puff No 8M of Jensen Beach Harold Clark, Llmer: Padgett and 1 he t londu Supreme Court
SIIRL1NC: C.OIIXHIIH. : AND GOLD Survivors include, his wife Lil-, Susie Mac DeLaney. heard arguments May 14 on the
, BEAUTY SALON lion Simmons of Stuart, two sons. May 14-Admitted, June Great- "hCCe\\IIII1" from the Town of
i 20% OFF Raymond K. Simmons of Cu\a' house, Mary Sanders, Joe Przybyl Jupiter Island of a tract of land I
V1RGIK: lUVIS-JOtCE LIRA hoga Ohio and Richard N. of Ragnar Hansen Irene ('0:11.: NAn- in the south: purl of the island
; : ON ALLVATCIIES IN STOCK Chicago; three daughters Mrs. cy Bowen, lonme angston 1 and Owners of the 4.4IH) feet of laird
JEWEL GRIFI1111i ; [ i Curtis Bartram of Rancho Cordova Fmily Wiley, discharged GregoryKee Guulier Worley and \)IIVIca,
Calif, Mrs Robert Carverof Frank Roesler, Earl! Bowen Miami law firm first asked. Shut
i Beginning June ht, We Will Elyria Ohio and Mrs Richard James Dixon Warner Filton, the property he ret ned to allow rtG n

Be ('U) tn: JUOM: >'\Y for Ripple of Ixjgansport Ind; James JAamcjf, W/Jbjir KjllciU: and apui Intent buildings and/or molds n 11IIEOHOOM
MEANS JEWELRY two sisters, Mrs. Harry Matidsleyof John Jruef'us.May : to he constructed The Town "
the Summer Mottles Gulf port and Mrs. George Zis- I 15-Admitted, Lenore rejected the request. baler the
Watch and Jewelry Repair Over 39 Venn Experience ke of Geneva Ohio, a brother, Roskosky, Edwin D. Miller George Town fought a secession move in
Next 1 to PuMoffice AT 7.4983 2-12 O l't.OLA-J Doors South of I In. Potter Bldg. AT 72565It's Harvey S. Simmons of Columbus, Ihorcn and Mrs. MO/ IIe Robinson the lower courts and! 'liwt.AIMS. .
Ohio and fillccil grallll hiI1Ircn.
---- baby boy; discharged
t -- ..". ,....... """ --....... ......-- Funeral truces were held in Murk Witham, Mane Beckman, IDRNIK "ll.I,
, ,.. .' 'T ; ,ft \ :' <> Johns Funeral Home Chapel at John Gilbert and Cecil,' Branford, TEAK; AT CHURCH.

':" >, : '.< Norman 8 pm Thursday II. Feaster,with pastor the of Rev AllSaints' Ion May, Georgma 16-Admitted Steel: ,Charles Hester: (Slit'tit::: Mrs Ora Dell Hamiltno Turner, Y
Martin C'ounty schiM) teacher for
Episcopal Church of Jensen
Herbert William
lere. Thayer Mrs '
twenty-five and "longest 1 In
'> Even Beach officiating Further services Simmons and baby boy, Mrs years
,I and burial were held in Ohio. Dunce lane and Don tenure of any Stuart Training
baby boy
School' im-mlnr will
stuff speak
t. : : .r."' my I' H>MIJM: > K: HOOK !Simmons and, baby Mrs girl Harold and Thompson Eugene on the :Women's Day" programat
'''' p riumph Church' I Fort Pierce,
scooter Edmund: E Hook, sixty-one: of Scott, di"harICd.lIg'lIIr/ \ Hanun ul M pm', Sunday, May 24, on
f Park died Martin Jack White Nancy Bowen
Ocean Breeze m The Church's, Debt I to the World."
a rooter ..r.'ff ? Memorial Hospilal Tuesday morning Mrs, MOellcuhin..m\ and baby She has been chosen by Lincoln
,j' ) May 12, after an extended boy and Emily Wiley: Ministerial Association All CONQIIIONEO
as counselor :
>>, '.," or, h.,... w..... .,4. '.t\? illness He had been a resident May t 17-Adnuued, Benita Rodriguez m In the "Youth for Christ! Cru
;I' here for the past two winters He and Pamela Rinker, discharged .
sade" June 8-13
Io.aoL :'' ; Mcthyl! : Q $ !" i'p was a member of the Honcygrove aimer Hackney Marie The Ideal balance of ONLY
Methodist Church of Port Royal Carter, Henry Blake lugene: cooling and dehumidifc
4f ti to ('J ''V JLIK.KS; (;lJill. l\ U:
it us' i.,. Pa Scott and irant.May cation for sleeping comfort!
"" J.11fl .SrMrMISHarold : I -
l.a"1tJ Survivors include. his wife Lor- 18- Claude .
-. Scnmsher, Adele Jessie, James I little Instant Installation. .. 11995
"' .. .tiP. .. lj' ma Book of Jensen Beach and Najar Henry Dixie .
"t.f'4J";. s' .. f': Port Royal; one son, Edmund K Kinnic, Lalilia Gillespic. Joseph drew a sixty-day jail term from built In side panels
;. Book'of Port Royal, a sister, Mrs, Moran Alfred Trudgeon, and Judge Harry F Dyer in Municipal Lightweight. easy to handle
\ 'r4 \ J L A, Goodwin of Cleveland Ohio, : Bernice Carlock, discharged Nor Court Tuesday for reckless Quickly removed for storage
!u"'J( H. and two grandchildren. I na St. I Icoin Robert Tomlmson/ driving George Sheffield, also" of lodel RP20CA
fA'. .. If' ',' ; Funeral' services were held in I Harriet Simms, (Bessie Milligun.harlcs / I itile Dixie was given a ten-day Bedroom QuietCLqSE
It .f'' It.) '{ Port \Royal with interment in Ihe (' Stiller Mrs Harold I sentence for public Intoxication
,,,.. '. Academia Cemetery J u a n i at a I Ihompson and baby girl, Mri One traffic charge was dismissed
County Pa. Johns Funeral Home William Simmons and baby boy. ; one bond entreated; two sentences .
s vr JIIIIII!:. was in charge of local arrangements 'I Russell Van Houlen and IAHIIS deferred, five cases continued OUTN

Tucker ,_ _and four fines Imposed_
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4-A. THE STUART (Fta..) NEWS Thursday! May 21, W4 r. .... "4 .."... ...- ---, .... -....-.... .. _,.
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Unbeaten Dodgers Win Two Lead. JuniorsJensen .r e.jfl;,. { ... .f. ".. ".' ,. ..Ih' .1,;" ....,.*;'. ./';.. .

I '" '/ ,;: '., dyr' .,
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For Slow LeadA ,.. 1r I "r t:4,, : .. 1.
Pitch Loop I.lon. won two Pony ... 1W"'%}
I league gar DI f:s last week to retain ,
12.1 win over the Pirate' i itoft Mac McKuhcn was the winning the loop K'lid, 1
Friday and a 4.1 victory ,over !I pitcher In both ganicn. The I On Tw/,Jay they heat Ideal I
.the' jiftviously-unhculcn I Yankees losers were Bill Bcmcmer tor the Sports, I ).-I. and on Saturday, .
on Monday, gave the Dodgers undiluted -. Pirate and Henry Crane for the edged FUyw) Grower, 7-1. :
first place i n Marlin Yankees In the only other game of the i 1 : ,.
County Slow Pitch Sofihull' T.eaguc I In the only other game during week P.ltl' Standard nipped Palm ; "- .I.'T
the pAst week, the Yankees edged City. IS' 14, on Saturday
I the Angels, I 11-9.I on Friday, with STANDINGS, May 19W
mound for L
Henry Crane on the (
PORTS 'It! MURK 1 NIKSttMVESII : I the winner, and Ron' Allison for Jensen I km .. .. t 0 sip
im: the loven. Pauls SkanJurd .. | n i f p 6Pr +
Martin County Chapter of the A ramed-out game between the flower < )rower .. 2 I
.1/ank Walton League hat asked Indian and Pirate will be play. Tri.Sanletrn .. ...... .. o I
the Engineer Corps" to install mark. I ed-off; oi> Sunday afternoon. May Palm City ... o 2
tr palls on the M.irlin-Sl l Incie 24 at 2 p.m.SriU1iG'. I Meal : ...... .. .. II() 2
ccwImy line on both sides of theNonh May 19
For. The Corpn will he I M' I. Ruby ''.Bryant Leads! ; N
4 0 Lyar At
Installing channel marker up the Dodger
1; rI
fiver in the near future and the i I Yankees I Suggs ,Tournament aka (Cp 1 i irt
County line posit would also den Iiulinns I I
'tgnate the uilf-frc line to the 1 Angels I 2 Ruby Bryant, with a net wore 4r 1, ,
friorth of Vthichit h necewry to Pirates (ii I 2 of 150 I I't tali over the lead from I ? ss
have fresh license I "' Jessie H'W>ee after the second
I water fishing Cuanu
____ ____ .2 eighteen'Ijolcs of the 54.hole Louis r
Suggs Handicap Tournament at I '
rENTER BOTTLERS'' Martin (Bounty; Oolf and Country 1
PEPSI-COLA Cluh TI Iesday. The tourney endson I
Tiie-May, May 26. Pat Green-
lee "'oh the 9-hole traveling pin. SOUTH ILORIDDISTRICT W1NNFR of tractor driving was
JI850000SHOPPING' The ,field day planned for Fri Lemuel Bell above, Of Stuart Training School. Bell will now go to
I day, spay' 22. is expected to bring Tallahassee to participate in the state tractor driving contest for
together eighty women player New Farmers of America. Winning third place In the district

I from i Fort 'Pierce, Vcro Beach, I vocal quartet competition were: Lemuel Ball, Leroy Monts, Lwcn/o
Melbourne' and Patrick Air Force I Ferguson, and Dillon Wifcy Herman Blatch placed third in the
SPREE I Rase,1, as well aIhe lady Golf district quiz contest answering 99 out of toO( questions.
cr* Association of Martin ('ountyNOnwhite.
I i 1IIFVRE STANDING SlILIHF.RF" but playgoers can "See How They Run" when the Riptide I

tatty Monk In every carton of Fipsl t Falto DM Cola/ .., represent about I II I player perform the English comedy nightly at 8.30: Wednesday through Saturday at the I little Potsdam PurchasesA i Anti Burglary
._ per ,'ent of the Y. S. population< t I -- -- -- Week Is Coming
Arhognst. and Mrs Madeline Shaw Home on RiverThe

VOTE FOR & ELECT Riptide Players in Newest Presentation Peter J McClees estate in Mayor Raymond M Cooke of
Port Sewall was recently sold to Stuart has proclaimed next week.May .
Electronic and Marine Products, 24-30 as "Burglary Prevention -
Inc. for $72,500 a warranty deed Week" in Stuart. Chief Jesse
JOHN A. WETHINGTON Four Presentations Coming Up filed at Martin County courthouse J. Taylor is Joining in a statewide
,. discloses It will be the home of publicity I program sponsored by
dt'; to.f. Harold A Potsdam, president of Florida Police. Chiefs: Inc, to warn
., R & F Fittings, Port Salerno electronic householders and business men on

JUSTICE OF PEACE For See How They Run9HereThe The* property firm. consists of a residence ways and means to foil break-ins.

2ND \DISTRICT-.MARTIN COUNTY, I'LA.I on a 200-foot strip from the First short wave broadcast was

art : [ cast of "See How They Friday, and Saturday May 21.23.11 I the former First MethodistThe St. Lucie River to St. Lucie Blvd. heard in 1924

Run," Ann Lister production will be presented I I Church building in Stuart I
Arbogast Ray ,
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Y"s I earnestly want to Carleen Wade, Stephen Schmidt I I wr'
John Fulton. 1 Kyle Taylor. Phil 1f' ''' '
Palm 4th 9 ..
City's Straight I t
a" H Algozzini, Madeline Shaw and .
; this Area in the
...'I'serve capacity Jerry Shaw, have completed l I <

,1Iff. rehearsal for their newest dramatic I I Keeps Junior League Lead :

of Justice of f Peace. production. i I '. --'
f ,tII The scene painter and act Palm City won their fourth Friday, giving them a 3-1 I mark
construction crew have done their I I straight Monday night, beating Rotary retained third place by :
best Gail Wood and Delores Elks, 6-1 to retain top billing: virtue of a 2.2 tie with Civitans. .
Help me by casting your Shaw have been bitten by the "Lit. in Martin County Junior Baseball The same tie moved Civitans into }
t tie Theatre" bug and are doing a League. fourth place ahead of Elks ,
great Job on hand props. The stage Lion Atayed hard on their heel, Kiwams beat Port Salerno I 10-{ I \ .
i vote for: props were loaned to the production a 10-9 .win over Hobe Sound on I 9, to reach a fifth place deadlock' llmPMewslaacrla.lwaairsrq of
:YOUR VOTB by Rowell Furniture and -- -- -- ----- with Hone Sound, leaving Port I :
AND SUPPOR1'WILL Jupiter Island Painters and Dec. Salerno in the cellar looking for .. .: .. .
orators. Mary Ann Susdotf, "The Outdoor Writers their first win.
BE DEEPLYAPPRECIATED Little General" 11 responsible for StAMMNCS! May 19 -' : .4-
JOHn t the cast being so sharp on their W L T
A. WETHINGTON. line. ae Are Coming Here Palm City .. 4 0 0 THE'NEW Lindsay Water Conditioning Plant recently completedon :
: DEMOCRATIC PRItARYtAV/ 26th Date 20 Lions .. 3 I 0 AIA in Golden Gate Owned by Russell Wiley. the new facility
I a benefit arc for Wednesday the Retarded May Chil I On June 5 7 Rotary .. ... 2 I I was constructed by E L Higbce &. Sons and is adjacent to the
r f hid rullllml, Ailvntlnwnnill dren's Association and Thursday, Civitans ... .......... 3 2 I old quarters of the firm.
; Elks .. .. ........ 3 3 0
r Florida I newspaper and magazine Kiwaim .... .. .. 2 4 0
; writer*, wildlife: photographers I Hobe Sound 2 4 0 I II
and radio-TV commentator I Port Salerno 0 4 U I) WHITICARBOAT
on the outdoor scene will be at
Port St. Lucie Country Club June VIRGINIA! GARDNFR WORKS
n I of 5-7 in a convention of the Flori I I IH PS SCHOOL WIN
e. da Outdoor Writers Association JOURNALISM HONOR West Lake Off Indian Avenue Port Sewit

J 4 Ti The outdoor publicists\ are ex- Virginia Gardner of Stuart was MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS
i o GOODVEARwhen I I
petted to sample the snook and tan I one of six outstanding students in CHRYSLERAMERICA'S
P { pot fishing which Is now at its the School of Journalism and Communications NO. 1 MARINE ENGINE
k) peak on the North Fork. at the University of
A hoard of directors meeting Florida who helped the school win Rural Route No. I, Stuart, Florida Dial ATlantle 7-2466
will be held Saturday morning second place in the national William BOAT BUILDING REPAIRS STORAGE
t June 6. Clinic and boat and tackle Randolph Hearst Foundation Agent for AI Pflueger, Inc., TmtdermhtGOLF. .
x 1 ak show will feature the afternoon journalism awards..program

agenda. _scums: AanassTesFMHsT: .
Dick Klrkpotrlck. executive director .
iro of the National Wildlife i\ 'inn, < INC'I ir not iir nv. Till:
MMII al all IIi, IIMIir OP.
magazine and Jack Seville managing J-MIMIIH>> M .sun Fun sine's'Ia
editor of Popular Boating, ( IMSM. : 10. liMit
pFF will conduct the clinics.A \MU.
CAJI Kit, New Martin Golf & Club
TIME business meeting Is on tap rinintirr, County Country
Mt1E D TIRE. Sunday morning! Officer will he AILA t 0.I' CARTER ST. LUCIR BOULEVARD Turn right )tINt before crowing
elected and prim awarded for I>.rrmtnnrSIOTH New Bridge to Beach
NON p fishing and golf contest: winner. n or MITT
SEC The national convention of out TO: \nlnnl un'r.rt\V.Ikl.U"lnl.nct\ : NEW SUMMER RATES-
door writers will be held two Kayula',
weeks Inter, June 20-27 at Me- I Complaint I ear bistros l lea
Allen Ten.atSFS bran riled aKHlnut You; and you are 18-HOLE COURSE $2.50
riqiilrpd to anrve a ropy or -
mvi-r or othi-r plefadinC to -
TILFD IN ION plilnl'H.on CH\WAttZtAanrirnver{ : :: Avx-rL
CIRCUIT COURT nor I' (i. Box anal Humrt' Ftnrida I ELECTRIC:: CARTS -
and file lh original\ An w,r or oth-: "
(Chancery) rr plviullnic In the Office nf the 18 Hole, ], ..... $5.00
t'Irk of the C'ln-nlt' Court .on or bcu .. .. .. .. ....... .. P
Diamond Alkali\ Company v*. t..re the IIIh day 0' sun. ones tr 9 If Met 3.00MEMBERSHIP
w >" fall to du BO, a l>ei rvn Pro Cnn
Thomas Lell
her. als
et mortgage ft
1st $ lma will b Intern mialn.it you for
you: buy foreclosure; Carroll Duns! \nltlnt tjnlM, demnniltnl In the Com- :

combe. liotR A"1? olttiER' it NtuarQ MFMBERSHTP INITIATION FEE $100.00 ffffi
: Elizabeth Martin FlorM, thin 1iih of :
Maggie v* dny May lA//
I toNOTHt riiinvR SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ..... 80.00 .
tire atfkno' : tradeAIIIYeather *42"and Charles Schwarz.A. Martin, divorce; Elton Cl'rlt M.rtlnoo"nl l o/t 'h8 ,t'lnult, Plnrldn CourtByO DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP .._ ... .. 100.00 .- 1

Walter Axel Kallstrom vs. Elizabeth : tie wen o Henry tier k DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE: COLf'SHOP

with TUFSYN D. Kallstrom, divorce; Elton H.TOM Plrnilt: H.(o tk'HsVAtiZ MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS
Schwarz. Allornnv for llnlnlirrMtimrt \
in price. .. Frances D. Beatty vs. Williant a2n Iwnver Avenue BEN HARTIG PHONE
,.--. . Nylon I'. 0. }
i E Beatty. complaint for divorce) 'lYiVldi: J: PRO MANAGER 287 2274
Elton Schwarz. fub: 10" el. It. }"n, 4. 11. 111(14

IUY 'ot Till ( ar sae 111' Jim F. DeBerry vs. Stone Inc., --
GOODYEAR fill TV'I At NO :' At ONLY m o r t g t g* foreclosure, Elton
GUARANTEE Mary M. Brown vs. DouglatA.
No limit M months. No limit on mlltl HoTlmlt 6.70 xU IT hladZ; :, 1\ \ \ 1 11 1 1n 9.5''. .' $795 Brown divorce W. Meredith; Elton Schwarz Gordon EVERYTHING FOA YOUR: BOA 111'oiG 'U. SVJtE.. ,

to raids No limit it to ipiid For thi entire Frances vs
Nit of the triid. All new Gooctyur Auto Tint are D. Meredith divorce; Thompson

guaranteed mittnili and tgnnst normal detects road hmrdi In workmtmhip nctpt repur-and. 6,70x 15 blaekwaB Tubeless ( .$1 159.5\ I. $795 Gaynell and Tucker.Murphy vs Bill Ray I BARGAINS IN USED BOATS & MOTORSAuthorized I I1Em'

able punching (If I a Goodyear Tin full unto this Murphy, divorce; T C. Houk
guarantee airy of more thin 80000 Goodyear Tub.laa, .3 9I/ ,'1 1 $ 9 5 Hazel S. Allard v*. G. H. Al- 7' '"r''l': ,-
1 7
feilert In till United Sum tnd Ctnidt will mall 7,50 X 14 I '
for divorce .
allowance on t new tin based on onjlnil tread I ..Iackwa 11 lard complaint ; Ought. '!"" I
I depth remaining tod CurrentVHITEWALLS70NLYJ2.00"Goodyear. Prlc" coon and Oughterson CHRISCRAFT'SEA
AU prkH shown plus In and old tire H. M. Harrell v*. Laverne Har ; SKIFF- .
c rL rell. divorce; R. J. Randolph
4.I Marie M. Gutierrez vs Ernest JOHNSON:' MOTORS DEALER TIIVNnr..Rl BOATS ,
\ MORE PER :rIR V. Gutierrez divorce; R. J. Ran
+ __
dolnh.. ...._ -
Bob Allison vs. Lida Mennrtiger, IOAT TEARER' UiACCESSORIES I
judgment $4,900 for work pen .

I No Money -Free'Mouriting: Ji I ADD formed William: Circuit; Rogers Alexander Court and Rogers Carter vs. "- An SERVICE '

Ail Carter complaint for divorce GRUMMAN MARINA I
; Elton Schwari.

GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE More than 13 per cent of all AMERICA' 'INiS 444 LINEa ROUTE 707, RlO-ttNSEN -BEACH
Mudenu In the elementary grades, JJ
11 per cent in eM ttcondiry grades, .
257 OSCEOLA AT 7-4242 .. AT 7-4243 STUART IM 39 per oral la higher educe -
How g. to pnM. .. pale.

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u't' ,, ; UiIIlll6ly! Mas 1-1, 1>64 ft,*:
tlxi P Fla Ija''. .

,ar 1S. Country Fait> :

Was Success

r + ,,,u + .

AIY YYw On Saturday:.

+ "
I Ihe. !Martin County AuiUibonSocietv +
R w'. r t tx held a Country Fair Saturdm .

May 16 in Memorial Puck.
4 M,i in n.'ms were 'sold hats word
wn+en to i oriJvr by (lyd"l Cou-
cant I Ir,>m palm fronds arid Charlt
@ Ii,ic he lor hail Hems of mun/iinia
.+, >.arYe I r,HI l her sale.Procccdii ,

br \I 1I1K: COl"lltY" FAIR sponsored bUK Martin cniiily Audubon Sooctv. SaturdaM\ lit nMcmoml from the fair will be

q, ,' Piirk. wore. lift to right: Mn Ann tl" +.si 1. \I..... Lolene Slokcn Mrs Hugh Villoughbxtd \ iiM.il. tar I the stuilcnl free wildlife .
a Diisson mil Kl. (lay. Mr, Lillian Dassori, ,mil !Mrs I Roper Jii|'Her t lihus and k> send" Iwo touchers toiiilubon .'. ,
\ camp this summer
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tP -- Awarded dinners were Mr. ami
Mrs. An.Irew Iarkey and JHioughlon. ,
'Bee Your Bonnet'ThemeJunior Consolation of'
in (' : COlKSh,: pri/ci
{ I :i he: tuty shop appointment went
Captain Ray. D, IX Loach, ton ''to Mrs. Flhel Mitchell and ItI
Woman Club Meet of Cunme F. Del ouch, (lobe I plaque of carved birds perched on .
So ind. completed a thirty-four. hnnehes; > Mrs, Margaret; lIeck-
w ek transportation ofliccr earctr 1
The Junior \Vomius Club is i idii Pederilion junior vice director I Ire"a
< fv hostess club for the DIlriclt\ ) course at the Army TrIlI1"I ." ". '_, ".w r....tlarwmm.
tat inn School, "Fort l'u'li.'n"
Junior Da I lhurxla May 21 po
at the Stunnomuns) > Club bUilding At :2! p.m. the parade of bonnets on May 14 C VRI) OF IIIVNkSthe : !

I : the the nc I king: "A Ike\ in and priers for them will take ( 'al'llIilIXLo.lch was trimeel M.lrtinllInly Audubon
I'lac.folluwed by announcements in (he duties and responsibility
i' I Your Bonn i"Regilruunn
Si "ih10 hunk all
> the
l r':; ( and ndjnurnmcnhGeneral of ID oft icer in the TrmsporlauonCU ciety (
__ _,, : and coffee will he merehints: who conlnhutcJ'othc! ,
-- n I chairman of Ihi day Is "ps Mo entered the/ Army m
from 10 to 1010 with the i ( Fiur. Hill, Ambler,
i I oiinirv park
FUTURE LEVDERH Bound for Girth and Boy State from Auxiliary of H:irold Johns Post No 62, American I egion Carol presidents Mrs, Uirl I U, Ricou, assisted by Oe iber. W7, wan a I1W grad. Id
nieci 10 all the
superintendent Clay
Martin County Senior High are, left to right: seated, Jan Leighton, and Susan the Ladies Auxiliary of Jensen Beach Post ,Ni I I'.n/ The call U' ig order hciiiiming by the ui Junior i' Mrs I lick Ilimpton, luncheon; ual of Mirlin County High comnuticesi and all othw.s; oho
Carol Yunkovich and Susan Coulter, Kiwanis Mike Jensen Be-,ich Post !Mrs Robert Johnson publicity Sehx l, and a IV17 gruluite of
standing, Billy Mathers" Mike American Legion, Billy, Stuart : ; District Drccteir !Mrs Robert : contribiiled in any way to making
Crook, Buck Mauldm and John Keller Jan will represent the Ladici Buck, Stuart Rotary Club and John, Harold Johns Pod Avcra, Lamina will be at 1O\tI: ); will Mrs I Frank the 7.orn annual. past president for, land F'louda I Southern College. lake the Country fair a success\ ,
MM Guy; ( romwcll, local
junior, he( louil club Mrs F. W, IlilcwoodtCieneral '
III the
president 1\ welcoml1juu
.. Other clubs in. District 10 rerwt( ) <: n. per sqii\ ir. Chairman of the
/ will par.
Sipos wants to be an engineer. "SHWIH sttirl at 1 II 1
and Heath Select 1964.65 lie pulipg in junior day are: Boca mile live in India CianL.cs valley, Country I'alr. : I
Betty Higbee Cheryl with the f.II"winllubiccla.. Youth !.
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS are planning to become teachers Con ervali,,,n;' under the direction Raton, Luke Worth West Palm tart atwtrwnarrrrarwelaaarwKra a,..r .-1w,.+.a arwrkw-. y.-,,-, ..- ". ", .ry '
Bench, Lunuinu, North PM lnHcach
after studying at the University Southwind Staff of Mr*. Th. +'mat Rawls I West Pain ) CARl Ol 'IIIXNkSI I
By CHERYL HEATHJMCSH of South Florida David Duncan Beach: IXpurliiK.nl I Develop- Jupiter. Tcqucsla, Port St For Reliable'
ill going! to become a doctor and Miss Virginia Ray and next mont," Mn, Charles Schooley I uric. Pvl Pierce, Hoynion llcueh, vould like k like this means
"E" .y 1 Billy Martin, also! attending USF, year's editors have picked Ihe stuff West Pain Bcaeh, presiding 'I 1 Ihe Okeechobec, and Vero Beach of thinking Ihoso who visited maIn Rug Cleaning i
wants to be a psychologist of the Soulhwmd for 1W465 annual pr" 'idcnls reports will UI the hospil il. and.l fur the flow
Class 64 : Sue Weiss and Lorraine Antoc Betsy Nourso und I Ditty Fox lows at I I' noon, MRS: GKrLMIM.I: > rev .111.1 cards received I want to Call
of are both attend ng Jackson Moniorul are co-editors with W. I L. Beach The luncheon at 12:10 r.m. oars \V.\SIIIM.10VMrs thai the Muff at M trim !Memor

Hospital School of Nursing al \circulation manager Shirley will he prepared and served hy I Ihu M il.lred Cirecnfield. \sccrc lid I Hospital. and especially DrCiro i WARREN'SAT
to become nurses. Irons, news editor; Luuln Fntts, local Janine club, Jury of the Martin County Commission "'niekle I

[Divulges Career Plansi'The I Karis Keck is going to Belle features; Beverly Snipes, business 'Womet On the Move i h the it spending several days Cecil F Hr nford I 7-1755

lies Business College to become manager Gale Knight. adverlis subject 1,1 1 the giust luncheon with her son, Sergeant Slinky ... .
i a secretory Mary Skellcnger u ing manager, Annette Bales' photographer speaker, Mrs. Wade Fugalc' Flor- ireenfiekl, and family in Washington ( _
: planning to attend Florida Beauty : Sunder Langford, art: D C, Sergeint CireenlielelIs
futures of the members of Graham, Nancy Johnson, JOMC Vickie Stuhhlcfickl, Breeze nraawwwae a :. aaKasel II
beautician man
Academy to be a Lucy on di ly m the Pent igon. rsujoy the Slimmer Season I
the Class of 64 well Dale Andcr
[ are mapped Hogan Jerry Oliver, I Wcich and Inez Head are also ager. Sue Redo co-ordmalor. Bob
[014 a* the senoirs mark the end son, Skip Hall and Gary Little i planning to become beauticians Thum, sports and Pat Brccne, CARD OF HUNKS uwru +r.awwrara talu alwrarstasrs .il With a New "Do" from
[of high school at graduation on Joyce Smiley is attending Palm but are unsure as to where they exchange editor /
I;Friday, May 29 Beach Junior College to becomea will study I Miss Ray will sponsor the I wish to take this means of CARD OF 'UIVNkS PARK PLAZA j jBEAUTY
T1 Fifty'three of the graduates will teacher, Virginia Decker, Joyce
Joey Schwab is going to FlorIda school new ruper stall again next thanking everyone for being so I would like to thank the mines
,< I attend f junior colleges: forty at Myers, and Jill Ranucrt: plan to
" Southern College but han'ldecided year kind and thoughtful during my and Muff of Marlin Memorial Hot SALON
"I nearby Indian River Junior College take up various hospital jobs, Pat May al Martin Memorial Hospital
on a specific career. who kind during
pitul were so to me V
nine at Palm Beach Junior Brilton wants to be! an actress, Don Lowry who wants to he- MACOS1I StaffAs for (flowers, cards and gilts recent illncvs, I would also 317 W, OCEAN BL\D. AT 72138OWNtRi .
I my
College I ; two at St Petersburg Junior and hopes to study at the American I.oc- | to the 1 stuff and Rev D,
will attend
I come a minister, hospital like to thank friends 3 3I
I my many : GIORCIV \
College; one at Brtvard Junior Academy of Dramatic Arts aft coa Falls Bible College in CJCOEgia co-editors of Ihe MACOSH, I L, Schroeeicr, Everyone was 'I just i for their ihoughtfulness
College and one at Chowan Jun er junior college Jerry Kegley Shirley Irons and Sharon West will ''i: wonderful Thanks HO much OPERAIOKSi Vtl.U1110M9 D.RRU'HUNTER
ior College wants to learn to run IBM ma will attend have I
Jack the of
Raymond Syra responsibility next
Carl Fuller, Pam Axlon, Lucy chines and Paula MacArthur hopes I cuse University to be a general constructor yean yearbook, Mrs Nelson' I Mrs, Jean Tipswordft Timer Padgett _F. ;=F- = REO'PTIONL'i BETTY iivunwicis :
Michel, Lynn Wheeler, THarcia to go into commercial art as a yearbook sponsor, with Shirley and I ,. .. .,. ",,. .
Whiteside, Norine Monlanari Su- fa*>hjQU. illustrator Tom Klubens Mike Wall, who wants to be a Sharon, chose Betsy Nour&e, Dotty ---- - -- -- -- -- -.
Ian',Simmon., Paul Smith and wiU go into law enforcement at commercial artist, will attend Ring Fox and Diane Means as copy ..
Victoria Leighton plan to attend Palm Beach Junior College Rob- School editors
ling of Art. : Meg Eno and Jane R iphelas !
.JRJC to become teachers. bert Napier is undecided as yet Arden, lirannan is planning to spirts editors; DtDc Voss as '
jM Cindy Surritvk plans to become ,"J..t to ,his future after college,,. be a mathematician and will attend photographer; landa"Hjlt lihll!t r
" a doctor and Tom Nelson wants Charles Moody and David Lcig- Vassar College, and Eddie Susan'; Coulter as feature editors: ; srw
be a dentist Orlando Wright how are going to St Pcter'-burg Lowe will go to the University of Sara Munch and Margaret Apt,legate BUILD A BETTER FLORIDAASYOUR
ifford Knstoffersen and John Junior College Charles hopes to Mi imi to study teaching or to be as class editors; Barbara Walker .
f.Thomas plan to become lawyers, become a liver and David will an engineer and Charlotte Walsh as club/ .
t i To become an electronics tech- teach, or go into law. Scott Fcastcr will go to the editors; Jack; Walker as art editor s
radon is the goal! of Bob Christie Tom Hawken is going to Bre- University of the South and and Oaye Snots an business

tmayid DeBerry, Bruce Sandtll and vard Junior College, but is undecided plans to do post graduate work in manager. .,, s
:'I Leon Howard. Ruth Anne Rice i as to his profession the arts 19ss .are"
i wants to be a lower grower or JoAnn Andrews wll I attend Nancy McCormick wants to go TLAVS OF
into the foreign service and 10 ILrCFS: : OtHCIRS .
Jrun a plant nursery Myron Wil- Chowan Junior College In North
li'a swill study business adminirv Carolina to become a medical I write, and will attend Duke University On Monday, May IS the present ;'f r
tratlon and Gleen Nan Foster will secretary, in North Carolina junior class elected Ihe olliccrs / '
.beta secretary After attending the Universityof Patsy Pence will study at St for their senior year, v WITHHAYDON
JBIAmong those students planning Florida, Vicki Swoope wants Andrews Presbyterian College to Meg Eno was elected president { !,y
', to attend, IRJC who are undecided to do research, work in a field of become a medical missionary and with Ralph Kramer as vice president i. .;
"' ",'as to their plans after college are: science Kenny Foote Gary Simmons Kiltly Kindred plans to attend High Karen Mizc i is Ihe secretary, I e 1
iJerroU. Gayle Lon Tyson, Sam. Tom Rcdinger, and Carroll Point College In North Carolina and Jill Morley i is treasurer Danny '
my Damson Terry Watson Judy Vaughan plan to become engineers. to become a director of Christian Bradcy will act as parliamentarian ,
Hunt Mary Fern, Allen Schom- Claire Durmch and Natalie Tay Education of the Melhodlit l and Johnny Wood and Kay + v
mar Charles Baker Bob Under lor will( attend the University of Church. Dennis arc chaplains ,
wood Stuart Bahmcau, Mary CoU Florida to> become teachers. Linda Those students who are plan "
by, Costa Apostolopoulos, Dwayne Feldman hasnt decided on a ning to work after graduation are; MRS. PA I RICK POE: ,
James Maurice, Richard Haager( ,
car.e yet, but is also attendingthe MKILfYMrs.
Marlin Martin, James Slefanow-
university Patricia Poe of I lobe Sound x .
IMPORTANT NOTICEThe ski. Lyndia Young, Louise Sow-
Lynne O'Kelly, Carol Olney, and seer", Arlene Funk Wayne Kendall, was one of eight Indian River d' v,
Government baa forced the Sue Aigotti are the only MCHS Randy Witham Kennth pile, Roy Junior College students installed s y
manufacturers\ to add UHF to students who will be attending Tallcy Sharon ROM, hints Hen. in th. Nu Iota Chapter of Phi ,,r
all new TVs after May 1st at an Florida State University this fall sky Joyce Knight Betty Jean Theta Kappa, national scholastic .--
increased cost to you, the.. buying Lynne plans to make her career Johnson Louis Triay, Carolyn honorary society at Fort Pierce, rft'q i Yt't aw
I public. Don't be misled ipto pay- in Journalism, 'Sue wants to teach Dodge, Barry Hunter, Sandra Mar- on Sunday afternoon May 17 The + S 1+
ink j0 to $30 more than necessary an sure yet ioui, Sanllr, Herndon, Delorei eight students raat i ::eea 3.0scholastic
for a new TV I Margie Ashley i I. going to Stet- Smith, Karen Jensen, Peter EI> consecutive .
erne) University to become an ele derbaum, Eldon McKenzie, Maria scmcktcrs.to .
: mentary schoolteacher: and Charles Clements. Melvin Han-top ant|

STATIONS IN Tins AREA : STUIVIPDP-- I+:April Eight Willcke of the seniors plan to gq .

We have stocked up on regular into the service, Paul Dibble, Jim =
VHP TV at the BEST PRICE on what to McKuhcn, and Bruce Hulick are ..
IN SOUTHERN FLORJjOAt! I going into the Navy. Terry; Gel WANTED! ,'
See us for ou{{ annual Spring get Your Grad nett and Alan Schaefer plan 14 ,, r; i

Clearance on new ($9995 and go! intp the Army, and Gordon for DEMOCRATIC t......... ;jf' '.1 sx
up) and used (S2' and up) TVs. JUST VISIT i Sigafoose Billy Krugcr and Mary NATIONAL JWiOfi.. ,
i Lane plan to into the Air Force,
go -
Remember, when, present stocks "' .
Marriage is first In the mindsof COMMITTEEMAN 1)0: >
willsoar I 'tR
are exhausted Tprices i
Swinging Door
Kay Allen Jewell Anne May .
: Gift Shop and Sharlot Winebrenner. who pUn WORTHY OFDESERVING N
RANDAU'S RADIO I TVIIOBE to married after graduation j
Next to. Port OtfJce I I Elaine Pike is as yet unsure CONSIDERATIONJAMES i
I JENSEN BEACH at to where she will attend college
but she wants to be a writer,
of -published short slorwi" Judy GOVERNORl
w Burkey will attend IRJC or a business .
pSR college to become a teacher
Grld OF
IR3 or to go into secretariat workWhatever ,
their plans", the sen- PROMOTIONKYMIS
ion of 64 have ended their lives
at high school: students. The world OF

NOW ON SALE AT WALKER'S is must waiting face and.it with the determination young adults i0....

and a goal in mind I goal decided AND 7
upon after four years of A LIFETIME OFttIIEF

1.0% DISCOUNTON County preliminary High+ tducalion SchoolClIEEUUDERS at Marlin the 11._ !


Both varsity and B-squad cheerleaders
have been chosen for the

''tJ Varsity cheerleader ar! Rose "PROGRESS ,
J GIFTS Leighton\ Sara Munch: Gloria
,I jL Kramer, Shirley Irons Jan Leigh- through UNIT:

ji'i!I t -- STQRE, WIDE too Taylor Cynthia Debartolo and, Pat ELECT Political) Advertising 'ai4 tar Ip M,irun County( Burn for Governor Commute\

B-tquad cheerleader aft, Jill
Benton, Linda, Rein, Virginia;
1111 WALK( R'S JEWELRY *Ycary*** Judy Flans W14 E 1ii4 Das- JAMES ,, -. I

L16.; Q I. AvFntfc 287-0070)) About_-:40000_;( (-( -African___ men DIMO.NATIOHAt

I = -_--__ teaks 1 jx/; -(v4 a/" accidentally MYtTT[ ,
killed every year. ,


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Thursday, May 21. 1964 b FRIDAY E: A S I ..SATURDAYDISCOUNT

South Bay Man ht"trr p

Drowned Sunday : 1

In South ForkA I r ;2 '/
.".k.. STORES
South Bay man known as
an expert swimmer. was drowned
Sunday in the South Fork of the I STUART SHOPPING CENTER
St. Lucie River about five miles
south of Stuart MNYtr
( 1
Fred David Mathis, fifty-one. i

was, swimming ion of Mr.with and Robert Mrs. Bernard Harrison I Brand Name MOTOR OIL RIOT!

Harrison of Clcwiston! on hi I *
shoulders when Mattus suddenly
went down. '
The youth was saved by his
father and Ronald Seek of Mernt
Island About thirty other swim- SEALED 1-QF. CANS HY-VIS
1 ftins'
men saw the mishap. ...
Mathis took the boy across the .. Now at a cost com pur- A w"ade"r" -
river, about 100 feet wide at that :t FOX
point, and started t back SuddenlyMathis "r :' } able lo ordinary bulk oils. Asr$
: : ; went down Mrs. Harrisonwas i ,'
witching the and ; .' .'I'.. You can protect your HEAD
swimmers .
screamed for wt7 kit, ..:; \ .i:.. .
help. : -\ c : ,'. 3rkk }'Y' engine with any of these
Her husband and Seek swamto ,. > a i : '
the aid of Mathis and the boy, : :: ;< : < .: J' controlled quality motor r
but Mathis had disappeared when '
they arrived. His body was recov rit ,f hMk k oils Change now for i
ered about an hour later in twelve '1" .r".< ;
: I' i.-1-
feet of water by Harry Stone, Stu. spring and nave! UpRE
art businessman. Ib. .,____ '" .<....If4QI. ,.P... 1.w. w_., 4 ,- I
Justice of the Peace Harvey MEMBERS of the (aria Friendly Society of St Mary's Episco-: Rollison, Gayle Cuthbcrt Laurie Foster Edith Rollison, Julie OIL1 .
Piley ruled death by accidental pul Church under the direction ot' Mrs Jack Whiticar., presented: Rowcll. Third row, Rt Rev. Wallace E. Con lin. retired bishop a

drowning. their reports ut the 9'1 I IS service Sunday May 17 Front row, left of Chicago, Mrs Whilicar, Put Barnes, Zelia Moore, Amy Smith,
to right: Ann Swigari: Sally Ann Perry, Trayce Rein, /Nina Hen- Sally Leighton, Mcrnlcc Rollison John Fulton, organist oul-t4 MOTOR Oil
Stuart Training derson, Sandy Cuthbtrl Second row: Bobby Jo Randolph, Pamela

Brownies, Junior
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Girl Scouts Form Dr. Gunsolus Cites Conservation Stand as Major Reason

Approximately fifty girls met Your Choice #

Training recently in School the library to orgam/e of Stuart the Heads Local Committee for RaceA Compareup

Brownies and Junior Ctrl Scout Crary High's to 39c
Troop. Mrs lima M. James, first
grade teacher, is counselor for .
the Brownies and is assisted by belated campaign has been ]In mulling his switch from Burnsto ly interested in the fast t. immediate f" ."
Mrs Mildred Gipson. first grade launched here for Robert King High, Dr Gunsolus stated on buck have been despoiling the
teacher of Carver Gardens School. High, Miami mayor who pulleda May 14: "Because of controversy priceless natural resources of Hor-
Mrs. Ora D. Hamilton Turner is statewide upset by edging out involving the make-up of the Burns Ida at a fantastic rate," he said I d
counselor for the Junior Girl four other contenders to enter the Committee during the past week, Robert King High was t he
Scouts. second with i Haydon 1 find it impossible!l to remain as a leader i in getting the City of Miami rF
primary : i
She will be assisted Mrs.
by i
I Burns mayor of Jacksonville, in member of the committee or sup- lo fight the establishment ot
Edith Oden, a teacher in the Car Florida's governor race. porter of his Candidacy: 1 therefore 'dirty industry' in Biscayne Bas
ver Gardens School, and Miss Jan- submit resignation to be that would have meant the '
my complete
County Judge Evans Jr. ;s Genuine "ROLL-A-BKLT" Auto Scat
ie Simmons, I second grade teacherat Crary effective immediately" despoliation of that unpiir t

The the Stuart Training given School. the hat accepted High-for-Governor the chairmanship committeein of Dr. Gunsolus told The Stuart elicited natural wonderland. rkBelt Reels Approved for Sale and Use

plies by troop the Kiwams was Club some of sup Stuart Martin County Crary was chairman News that his dissatisfaction was "W R. (Dill) Lazarus one ot p t in All States Requiring Such Approval
not because the local Burns the states ,
com leading conservationists
Dickinson commit
of Bud
presentation.! Dr. Dale and Hipson was made accompanied the- tee. mittee had ousted Ed Miller but of Miami, calls High 'the one gubernatorial I II '; i Slips on scat belt easily and quickly to

by Mrs. A. M. Chandler, area Also serving on the committee because not state disclaimed Burns Miller.headquartershad something candidate about conservation'who has done." I Y' La keep belts neatly rolled away
counselor. Any service club In the are: Dr Robert Kuhn, local veterinarian -
county may donate supplies to this a member of Farm Bry Our group! however," Dr. Gun- added Dr. GunsolusHe automatically.
newly organized troop. ant's committee; Dr John M. !solus sold, "feels that one of the listed points taken from the
Gunsolus, Stuart physician who major reasons for supporting Robert High conservation! platform announced
The longest t reign/ of a pope was resigned from the Burns com- King High I is his stand on con.IICrvation early in the campaign.
that of Pteus IX, who reigned from I mittee; Jack Hampton, People's matter!). They follow:
June 16, 1846 to Feb. 7, 1878 a Loan manager and active Jaycee; "The rapacious demands o f "I. A moratorium on the dale
total of thirty-one years and seven and Arthur Ruhnke, Stuart pho- selfish, private industries and developers of all lands under the control of
months 1 tographer. abetted by politicians on- the Trustees of the Internal Im- Roamr KING HIGH
'.1'' provenicnt Fund. with no further
1 sales/ or actions until a complete
inventor and survey is made! and
decided whiit IS to be held in trust
: = for the public and what should be
made available for private development -

VACATION "When such a study has been
made of all the above mentioned
=,sr lands then the following T-MATS

ures must be complied proced'i:
"If not developed by th I Ip
f for public UCto be offered to Large sin (ujiproxlmaltly -
and alfcitcd: governmental bodies I llTx22") en-
where the properly is located for names and protects!
their recreational and public uses the car.Assorted .
"If governmental or public agency
wants the land held for future tutors.
development then it cannot be sold
NEW FOR'OrGel. Y lo pnvule interests
"If no governmental or public
agency wants the land reserved! ,
then it can be sold only to the
upland owners. However, the Male
must realize more money from
such sales and all such monies FRUIT OF TilE LOOM
must go into the Recreation Fund.
Sales of such lands have been as
low as $175 per acre and after 1
public buy bottom has been usedto WORK PANTS
fill this lund has been sold for
as mush as $20.NH() ()() ) per acre.
None of the above-mentioned
lands shall be !sold to private interests -
until they have been studied Perfectly tailored from the
by such agencies as the Florida sturdiest twill fabrics
(onscrvntion Department U S.fish 6 1 Guaranteed to outwear and
and Wildlife, Service etc No outwork all others. Backed:
I ---i sales to private interests until these
; recommendations are acted upon by rRlIf of the LOO1t'smoneyback

"In the event such lands are guarantee
sold to upland owners and they Khaki, Grey and Green.
_ are given dredge and fill permits, Sizes 28 to 4%.
the exact use of the land must be
awe Iron Nil.In a Su<>wTo>qiw Ford Uwtftop' .!bnd In spa oomptlWoii, .wet tor era apse" raid. defined. A time limit set and if
project is not under reasonable Long or Short Sleeve WORK SHIRTS

At our price you can afford both Mate progress"2.for!That public by improvements the expiration use Slate No of dale exceptions.revert Florida, then to Sturdy, matching color

standardize bulkhead lines and all work shirts in two pocket mJ
Get awry from old car worrlwl Our sales art at a record high so you can count on local:" bulkhead lines must conform.
Trade 'em to us and hit the road in a new Total record savings.Our selection Is the Industry's wldest- Outdoor 3. All Recreational monies collected for styling. S-11I I.L.XL.

Performer from Ford. Head for the hills breeze to so you'll find the Ideal model for your family your used exclusively for Program be
the beach ,..with that carefree feeling you get from finances Come In and test-drive a Ford, Falcon or purposes recreation

solid Super Torque Ford, the smoothest, steadiest Fairtane,,a hardtop, convertible, wagon, or any vaca> "4. A complete study of all
Strongest car In Its class by hundreds of pounds. ton ready Ford during our big Vacation Seta fish-gumc laws, conservation programs Men's BAN LON SPORT SHIRTS
tic with the view of updating -
r and projecting for the ,
future. '
t "5. Establishment of the following Expertly designed and tailored to take
schools and educational proj
ects; School of Conservation atone full advantage of all the famous qualities .
of the stale universities; !school
of marine biology and official of genuine Ban-Lon! Choose from
sanction and financial for a
ail ss'ra non a is.h a asks__
Youth" Conservation Camps a wide assortment of popular colors.
s 6. Strong Mate laws to pre
vent air, land and water pollution
ear say can a Y n a r.aYw naaeAr industry v
Vrw by mining pesticides! detergents -
and various other wastes.
"7. A strong, effective slate law JJk
covering land that has been mined
FORD VACATION SALE or forested 'I I he land to he either

restored to original condition forested Amt "'
or given to Florida for development -
., as recreational areas."
Dr Gunsolus said he felt such
: a program could !become a model
WEB ORDWAY MOTORS for the rest of the nation and yet
do nothing to prevent
orderly development "bero''t



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Enthusiasm/ Evident for/ Proposed New Taxing: Entity I THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Thursday, May 21, 1964 (-a

Proposed Okeechobee Waterway Tax District rkk '?"

P i

'Apparently 'Died on the Vine' Here Friday N! \ If periodic your -pain:

Jk A new tax district billed for were being held at Tallahassee! un- and a vertical, clearance ot Iwcnt). could! be used to build a bridge lasts more than
the general improvement of chan- til it could be decided whether a five feet The bridge cannot be The Hendrv Counu commissioners
inels. locks, and bridges along the tax district could be formed built with primary road funds. who attended said that they ,j one day..get
waterway system ap- For operational and maintenance Martin County Attorney Dean had tried to find out \\ln the Femicin
died a quick death Friday awarding of a contrail to I build
needs new district as explained looker told the he
afternoon when the proposal received would levy one-fifth of a null the legality group of such a questioned tax the $'00,000 bridge had been delayed for betteMhan-
a cool reception from most I on the valuation of the five coun- .
ing district to levy taxes for purposes aspirin relief
of some seventy-five in attend- ties. The district could also bor- other than the purchase! of "Now we 1now.0 we will urge : ...
1 ance at a meeting at the First! Na row money and sell bonds. nghls-of-wav He emphasized that the State Road Department to .
tional Bank of Stuart. ( 2 5 even 7 day*
According to figures furnishedat he did not believe such money award the contract at once:' they F DDyoueuter: :,fuiKflonel; I
The meeting was called by the the meeting by Luther Jonesof said I periodic pain' :NairKinir.: headache
Florida Waterways Associationand Belle Glade the one-fifth mill ---- Randolph Hodges. director of I, f /"80111<. I Inn kill'h.) .
the Okeechobee Waterway As- would raise $1.000 in Glades; 54.- the Stale Board ot' ('on\Crvation.1 3' depre.'d fu.'lini, (thnt( darken
sociation and included representatives : O00) in Hendry; $33000 from City to Rescue whose agency controls waterway your daHUM, joii 'u.ortcii
from Martin, Hendry, Lee. Lee; $23.OCX)) from Martin, and taxing districts, ottered assistancein 111tdidlk to aspirin and (found, many
Glades, and Palm Beach $ .000) from Palm Beach Coun timer u.pnln n 11I.01"1"1'|
counties With $600 Fund setting up the district, Senator Thrniliw" 'i'Fnurua'innalteats / / .
as well as barge owners. ty."That's a lot of money" he Irlo Bronson also oflercd assistance pros ,hll'' .""inn in I hi"i "a i 'nerffi
The reason for the meeting was stated. as did Representative Joe .II''''' ', /, i ii ,tli' Ipeelally i _
not clear until the group assembled Martin County Commission For 4th Display Peoples of Glades County and when porlnrtlr pain
,J and heard Edgar L. Johnson Chairman Frank Wacha who pre Leo A Furlong Jr. of Dadc County lints ,mar, han tine daj I
executive secretary of the Florida sided at the meeting said he was way rinlcli. wars Wears A'pirn, Fill
Waterways Association! explain its in deep sympathy with Hendry Although Stuurt volunteer fire. Also New Femirln Tablets have two
attending were R. Scott
their men have for the first time been epolal pain reliexers to eUI
and but he
purpose. County bridge unsuccessful funds for and R R. Homer members of "SEE \\1I\r >oat can catch if you'II just charter .1 i l+oat III the Stiiait Suillish ( tub I led tension hi-mlaehe and backarh
had in raising
Johnson not heard the
told the during discussion
group that a what Martin the annual Fourth of July fire. the board of governors for the This new mounted fish display case, with the trophies inniulnite-d bM Ptlue'ge'r Ir ot Miami has quickly. (You won't And them
good canal exactly Countywas
around and
across the state system is beneficial to to receive out of the lax district works display the city's youngstersof Central Control and District South; and Honda CileasonStambaugh Flood been erected just to the west ol Stuart Chamber ol t t ommcrec office. in Shepard Piirk eairs in aspirin cramps) Komicln's in a way formula aspirin
tourists and commercial interests money. ages will not be deprived rtnnot t'emicin I helps
director of the Palm ---- -- -- -- your
and that "we will be missing a Wacha said it was doubtful if of the usual climax to the activities Beach body throw on puffy, excess
golden opportunity if we do not anyone could sell the people of of the holiday. commissioners. Authority. No county About fifteen stood .. tr-",eight. (Anpirin'a u...
attended' from
improve our waterways to handle Martin County a tax increase to Al its April 11 evening meeting, Glades or Palm Beich counties Wacha repealed that he had said ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS' !IUI here) Pemicin gentle/
!larger boats"He help build a bridge in Hendry the City Commission agreed to ''county commissioners." sedative works" to relax wliritint -
stressed the need to "weld County. He noted that Martin furnish the ShOO( necessary" for Luther Jones. who recited the Several who attended the meet I look irritability.I better all You week M long better )tim
together the County has had to construct the purchase! of fireworks, which amount of money to be raised
entire waterway system sev- ing were questioned following adjournment JI850OOOSHOPPING lists N."sold T.I,
'. Florida eral large bridges, and is the 'firemen as usual will discharge through taxes, repealed that I'alm
in to serve the needs doing so Beach and all agreed that it No need to think of period!
of the entire slate" at the present lime out of its secondary Mayor Ray Cooke! will represent County. have to raise would probably be a long time before pain as worn an'. Inevitable
$206(00."That's:! ()
I Johnson then got down to specifics road funds He said he believes the commission on the Fourthof a taxing district could be'' 'curne," Discover new F mi.
He explained the reason for that the people of the coun- July committee of the Stuart probably why no coun formed it ever Most agreed that tin' betttr-than-anplrln relief.
the meeting was to get the feelingsf ty would feel that they could use Chamber of Commerce, and Commission ty commissioners from Palm Beach the bridge in Hendry County was SPREE Ask for fern fern today
officials of the five counties on the money from one-fifth mill forMartin Jack Hartman will act in County are here today" Wacha the "thorn in the side' of the proposed BROYARDDRUG
Sitting up a taxing district 'be- County projects, rather a liaison capacity to combine Stu said district, plus the fact that :
Cause at this particular time thereIs than a bridge in Hendry County. art's Fiftieth Anniversary into the Stambaugh then asked everyone money realized could be spent in Entry blank fa every Carton olPtptlt Patio DIll CW' j STORMS
I a need for funds for a wider "The one-fifth mill is for oper Fourth celebration.. from Palm Beach County to stand any county 47 F. OCEAN BLM. 7-17J7
bridge in Hendry County over the ation and maintenance of the district -- -- -----
('aloo\ hatchee River at Fort only. How much more would
Denaud." He estimated it to cost have to be levied as our share of
,$360,000.) the money borrowed for the Hen-
1,8 He said Hendry County has dry County bridge?"' Wacha said .. .
";$300,000() in its !secondary road No one apparently knew.
funds for an eighty-foot wide swing Wacha further stated that i f .r
bridge. "This width is too narrow Hendry County secondary road --.a'.t.
ID meet present policy set by the funds for the bridge are being held

"State Road Department and the up until the five counties agree or ,. ..'......... '!I. 1 2jJ".41.tl{ .i{+WMwSrwwi.i.IMiaiwsrsxrwMa'aiMlMPiisrjTq"h"' ; ; : ;. ...:
Army Corps of Engineers for future vote affirmatively on a bond i issue .,0011CONGB1TUJATIONS'/ ." !a=
bridges over the waterways," then it would be best for
he stated. Hcndry County to the state
Johnson declared the Fort Dc. to release the Je the <
naud bridge should not be built $300.(XX) bridge and not wail for !!
"sub-tandard," and that extra the more expensive bridge. : J
money could! be obtained under The 5300.(){)() bridge would I .N
the taxing district He further stated have an eighty-foot horizontal \
that bids. on the $300))() bridge clearance and with the swing
--- -- -. bridge closed would be seven and
one-half feet above water. The 1
$560,000 bridge would have a
horizontal;: clearance of ninety feet

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Delay Action on : J '

Worried About Summer Heat, Opening on Two UIASSfL4 1-

M. Humidity'hauu4actually Crowded Clewti Island RoadsA .


!f costa you IM( Devonshire request Lane that and county-owned Dclespine .aI III/! / ......fI or.fj!. ,.r.,,._.....'ttI'I..."...!. .i:=.J.."

Trail in the Town of Jupiter Island !
be opened for use by the .iI' -

.tore* a closeMuI of public was delayed time" "until a Martin more .............. _r....... ---71": ; ; : '"
clothes In our Polarized Fur (County! ; m I oYTJ :dol ......---:::.
Swag Vault until January The two accesses to the beaches
U arc in the heart of the exclusive -
winter colony, and are the only .

(Regular lenltene ClMnlnf remaining the :island county-owned south of Bridge propertyon Road. mss

Charge) The commission called on Engi w
neer Fred Bell to make a recommendation .. -- -:-- :
-. vr' -
Bell told the commission thatit
i FrM pickup, delivery
would cost about $6,000< to clear
HO 1-7400 the two roads and that there would .
be a parking problem because of
n.xt alni the narrowness of the roads
He also reported that a sand An Invitation.
+ transfer experiment to feed the
eroded beaches under
is way on
.i Devonshire Lane by DickersonInc.
., which involves heavy equip
1 ment that could be dangerous to

-..... the the matter public. be He tabled.then advised that Members of the Graduation 'Class of/ '6f

, t a."....".' A The commission agreed in a
Ii Ltundry.cl...., In.. four-to-one vote. Commissioner"
Edward Miller voted "no He had MARTIN COUNTY
. til North 3rtf Street. suggested earlier the roads be opened '. SCHOOL
to the beach, and bulldozed ____ "

I '530 COLORADO AVENUES but not paved. /" are cordially invited to establish a banking relationshipby
AT 7-1755
Sales by French farm machin
20 COMMFRCUL STREET ery manufacturers last year totaled opening a low-cost
.j i JENSEN BEACH AT '-1111'J $362,000,000. sus r
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1-B Tin: STUART (FU.) NEWS TlMintliiy, fray 21. 1964 "

I I'HE':' 'IV T Nil.> I.-.I'AI.M. i'i'" ,
Summer Session Activities Are Detailed News for Veterans JENSEN BEACH NEWS .
P lllrMT I Place' PAi.M I'''t'P: I 'ir.NTA '
I ONE ermine; tin 1 .
MRS. MYRTLE WHITMAN, Correspondent AT 7-17IM A L to ,00 i' }I.I .

Music Is Addition to Summer' Issued by Keller L-L .A:>-. I I )I: sweats NrrMh*IB rial.ort"I"i'1,0.' .''r

Mr* (Joorifp Bnsl, tn.p..I i .I I
...... ......... American Legion Auxiliary Men: In."p""r Henrietta'" llui im::

The Veterans AdmtnfsfrMion of the policy' and the final lust I net-n. t:11t't: : lanpe' rnrairs.
; ,...
Roan ,
School Here Starts June 8th,' will now i issue two reminder no chance" reminder" will he lent' Names Officers DelegatesThe .r
; lice to Korean Conflict veterans ninety days before the policy is dueto PRBCIXCT VO flVLrRNfi
GI limited renewable term
holding expire I PatMnir Place,rti gEIfromIrii I I IHTSTfOV I'

Music for all students beyond marina I, and in the event they ticfide i OOkelhllll.Iii! boating, camping. W" type, Insurance to warn them Keller said that veterans of any American Legion Auxiliary tel In Jacksonville, were: Mrs AM to 7:(10 t. P.M..
I, when their policies no longer will wur who hold term elected officers at its meeting on Snyder Mrs Grimm, Mrs Spetz,
the fourth grade has been added not to continue may return hklnlan" arts and cratm Registration insurance Winifred Thomp. .
Mrs nnprTCrSCT ri''e.
Monday May 11. Mrs McCue. and Mrs Middtetoit
the I lisWrtifncnts The for those wfil' be renewable should check into the ,.
to the annual Martin County rent |I for swimming cla"*es possibility Mrs l10rlll Johnson innpai 1
schools summer program which students who wmh" to continue will I I he held June 5 at Marlin County Policies, of this type finally expire I of converting it to a more permanent Named to serve! for the coming with Mrs. Jack Lucas as alternateWoman's MraGeorge, lhepeelarMra ; : Osborn. 1'11'.

opens June 8 and continues throughJuly be applied on the purchase price High School gymnasium i betww-n I at the end of the frveytir: I type of insurance to secure year were: president Mrs Edward Victoria' Prank I".".,I I
17.LeMoyne. of the instrument : 9 a m and J p.m. term period which contains theIn.ured'i better or longer protection and to Snyder; first vice president. Assn. Plans Men. ,lenraet"IOsboreiiplraIlnnPretnr ,

E. Roll band director Students now taxing hand at Swimming and lifesaving courses fiftieth birthday After I avoid increasing term insurance Mrs Frank Rauwald, second vice Bake Sale Saturday
Warfield School in Indiuntown. and senior school that period the policy must he coMs. president Mrs Eugene Grimm:
will high
teach music at the tog for junior I ': VO'< -HOPE Corns'
Cabin at Stuart Junior High School Stuart Junior High and Marlin students will he held Tuesday and converted to a )permanent plan or Many thousands of World War third vice president, Mrt Emma Jensen' Beach Women' Association

James Robinson will teach music County :Senior High should contact rhll day evenings from c10 to it expires I I. World' War II. and Korean Con McCue: recording secretary Mrs. met Monday, May IX, COMMINITT Polling Plaod. rKNTFrt ItonP: 1101'\" .i,,

at Stuart Training School. their instructor. Mr. l.o according to John W Kcl I I this Keller said. For rotary Mrs. Jack Lucas, treasurer
Mr RollElementary further
or held on the Jensen! Beach Causeway in four Hostesseswere
Band instruction will be avail. let Martin Veteran Scrv Mrs,. William Middleton guests present. A<1ft OrlfNn rlprkMm
able for all elementary and reading and arithmetic on Wednesday and Friday County formation veterans should write ; chaplain : Mrs. Hdma Price, Mrs. Pearl tlr>an. I ln p"cio( ,
junior ice officer, through theN of the office to which Mr. Raymond White, historian Mrs. Ppc-llla (OJ. p\or. InnporiMra ",.
they send their
will be at Jensen and afternoons Genevieve Mrs. Amelia .
senior high school hand students taught mornings modern data I I Mrs. Jack Koman Heaslcy, Mnrl "Hrnrtrlpk' tnnperl<
during the summer, both In Indian Beach Parker Port Salerno Hone may enroll at 9 a.m., Weifciesday. processing, equip- premium payments Mrs Estclle ; sergeant-at Miller and Mrs. Zillah Rhoads. }I..... Mil Irrii" ArnoldInaprl ,
town and Stuart Sound, Warfield, Carver ( arden June 10 at the cau'iCway.Jdck ment.One arthritis arms Perlbcrger; col. Mrs Hazel Mason won the door Mr.. Margaret MeQulnnpa.
reminder will bearer Mrs.
be sent to the been |lor Frank SpetzI ,
STS, and Dunbar schools.
Smouse. is co-onlmator prize.
Beginning students, those pupils veteran a year before expiration found to be more common in Pi. I I Elected to the executive committee 1'nJlM-tC1': : NOPolllaa .-r t>lA yowN
entering fifth sixth and seventh Scheduled also are review and for the summer program ma Indians, who live In the hot were Mrs. Jane Livcrmore Members were reminded of a
enrichment courses for grades who In bake late be held Saturday, ; Pine IVDIAVTOWflMC
grades who are interestedin Others will teach the desert' climate of Arizona, than Mrs. Fadina Price and Mrs Carl 'to on 1 Ctt'B. nerving fruit
band should contact either seven through twelve in mathematics summer' program are: Betty Wid. by Skellon Cliff Rollins. Ray Roberts in the Black feet. who inhabit I Houg The above slate May 23, at Jensen Beach Bank, :: .M. to T:00 P MMrir .

Frank Lodwlck or LeMoyne Roll science social science. and c n e r Richard i Mikuska. Myra Lewis Rice David Mart. cold mountainous area of Mon.a I, dented by the nominating was commit pre. with Mrs. Haztl l Heritage as )lI.t.1t Ropm' Clerk\

regarding time and instruments English Schrocdcr;' George Renwiuk, Emma John Carson, Mildred Dtimich tans which indicates the ailment I tee consisting of Mr Rauwalil chairman. This will be the last )11''. Charles Gordon, Innparto

Beginning students may rent The usual' athletic program will Jackson Thelma Herbert. Hen. Frances Oliver Leaktta I Lyons and may be l Jh environmentand | Mrs. Grimm and hits Ml "leton.I .. sale until fall. Mr.! ... Alice W C Porter Cavany. In InN".tolr. ,"P.PtorMra
their instruments for the summer be conducted, including toithull rv Childers.' Fannie Jackson Ru- Elmira Rawls. not fJ.by There will be a deS'trt Named
a* delegate tot h e *. karM Raokl.y. iDappgto
." I American Legion Department ty on Monday May 25, with Mrs
to be held' June 3 through Carol Sandcll as chairman. Call PflFnVCT' NO.. leREWALL'8TUINT !
Mn Sandell for reservations at
7 at the
: George Washington Hoi -
AT 7-4187 "nlllnit flora' TOW 1'\11' "r.W
"Arvlnr tram 7:0Q: .A.M. to 1 onr.M.

'I WWI County AgreesTo Men t. Hao| Knti. Clerk

r"l Groups Mm: Jpan N Mpbjlnir. In,pPRECINCT .<1orfrl.
Build ) B"lrl" B. Poux.ln'"or
Span Mrs. II..bl'th: )1. C.lllo.
, ; Enjoy Social In.p..tor

f I On Sunset TrailThe NO. 11-STUART

A covered-dish and Foiling) Place. UTTIH DTXIB:
supper social CIVK' CENTER;::-; aervlna from
evening was enjoyed by memo county will make an effortto 7:00 A M. to sun P."\fHehepoa .

I hers of the Barracks and Auxiliary rebuild Sunset Trail Bridge In Itammonda,, Clerk
of World War I on Friday Palm City with its r>aly Ma* Rradlpv Inspector
I; evening! May 15, at the com Fred own Bell money, Alice Albrltton. ,inspector
APPLIANCE County Engineer reported U rtrud* \Valden' Inspector
munity center. lo the Martin
I Members) were reminded of the mission. VrwtT FARMS
__ __ Memorial .
Mass for deceased' vet.I
Bell said he believed he coulddo Polling Plac, JACK JAMFRi
I cram to be held at St Joseph the job for about $5,000 and i RTOHF, parsing from Too: A.M.
Church, Stuart, on Sunday, May to Too: P.VMr .
4 Days-TODAY THURS. FRI. and SAT. with concrete. The cost would
24, and that the Auxiliary will come from the county budget. *. Curl Pauvair Clerk
hold a memorial service for a departed Mrs, John OPav, InspectofAire
) The load limit on the bridgewas Maxlna ClenuV>nm,
member, Mary Kane, onfonday. InapectorMra
May 25. at 8:30: a.m. at Bell recently said. reduced to two tons Roy loom, Inspector

Yates Funeral Chapel Members PRI'X'I' CT Na U-IS'PJANTOI

:..r""' '' ,\. f' : Ji;.2J: l. .J, J' ,L ..." 1 are urged to attend! LEGAL ADIEHTIHKMKMT: : PolllTXr ""np... JlOOKER PARK

CIVIC CENTER, I. ..Intr tram
Burs Tommie Woods ArrotsTxRNT CU" FLIiCTIOJ".EC"toll 700: AM. to 700 PM.Maeola .

!t.ueJI1tItn T V SETS . RECORD PLAYERS ;;: Entertains at Cards tint IT RESOLVED, Py, the Board' Tear]I, J Ellan toward.Fsoars Inspretornpla Clerk
of County CpmmlMilonpri of Mar.tin Johnson Inspector
: Coinly Florida' that the VMIIIama, Innpector
PORTABLE STEREO r Tommie Woods entertain sera named: httroln. bo and they aranprrby
ed on Thursday, May 14, at her appolntrd) In.p.clo, and f'REf'NM'! NO HTr>WV OP
Clerks In In the ap.vpra.1. I Irrlr OCEAN BREEZE PARK
home aorvo poll.
NO on Arch Street with dessert
DOWN : a larra In old County at the
., card party, featuring both ) County flprond Primary Flec, 1i'rt1 I TOWN Lttlr.;
Ion fur 19<4. aald second primary 1. PARK ('
PAYMENT ::t n FQRTA IE bridge and canasta. npcUon to ka held on May, 2 th.11H4 H017I1I':. erring from run: A.11.
1h'.T:1 Her guest list included the following ; Sher poll to btapes.t 7 OdO'clock to 1:00: 1'.)L
A.XI, .wad clou at TOO
Mrs Genevieve Gahagan, oilopk PM sold second primary Ola4yn ,,11 Mcfjirtr: lark
Mrs. Margaret Munch, Mrs. Trudy Election i I td ice held at tho several ttum MjI.A ',itro Inolnertor
illlnic pupas designated. .. herein. : $ In.prrter
\ Wheeler Mrs Alice Price, Mrs towlfPolling Arthur L. Johnson InNp""t.r

: aAD10S. Lillian Tower, Mrs Trudy Chi- R TT FirpTi FPOLV ;PRECINCT NO, 15RIOMm
; hasz. MrsirMyrtle Whitman, Mrs, that 1'rh 1tlPltne, P' rr ts n 1J spnTii R tier. lire
; ta.ocg I Margaret Rausch, Mrs, Bessie Pincer for ml i,I r*:loctlnn art f"ml" CEY.
fORTAB1B ; Hcppe Mrs. Anna Hanson, Mrs hereby d.*'lff' altd a* follow: [i lio;: Serving Par. (earn 7:00: AM

Frances Urquhart, Mrs. Anne PRECINCT. JES8FV: :- FoAC'llj Joapphln OlMa. rpfk
Clark. Mrs.. Elsie Taylor, Mrt Poninir' Ptiu-p' JENHFV: BFACHJ,. Mra] lichen minrn'. fnappetor
Blanche Herrmann. Mrs Emily fOMMt'XITT:' HAT,U aprvinir Mra, KatMpen: f>ppn...i>..,
from 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Tnapaptor
Ewing. Mrs Bertha Hargrave, 1111'& Klmvr ih.wltt Taapoelor
Mrs Rose Puts, Mrs. Georgiana Mm. Claire W *?..*., Clurk
El 1 alas, Llnl B B IT nnmren REPOI\
Hofferth and: Mrs Josephine Doting fir: Jpn|1'I'J o. BlehPn Pltton, tnappotor Inafwiolor: that the. IIp rond IHmary Flwtlm.
\. Wnn tlliahrth Ray Friend. I'hall! h. held In tae apvoral Clretlon : .
Prpmt| nf
said Coiintv and I
Pries were won by Mrs Wheel air*. Inabpila. or J dambla at thp pollitiplnpn herein "*.l>r-
1 :- -::-::"'_ ":'; 2=':::: _1"""' _':'"''-' ) er Mrs Gahagan Mrs. Price Jibsatyrtie Tnl'p"nr Whitman natpd by oar of ttosrd'Martm of Oouniv('ounty. (rior'ummh.olonara :
Mrs. Munch, Mrs. Chihasz Mrs.Riusch I Ida. ehoibe
:nll.6.Ir\ : :."k
Mrs. Puls!, Mrs. Herr- PRECIVCr MO. BTUART teem ( AM fn,70H:

RANGES. WASHERS. mann. Mrs. Heppe, Mrs. Taylor, rotting' Place, PRFSBTTERIAN oclo.k tin; rornnv1 PM. on pprond the tiny rrrnnrv of: thalnr-|Ine-

. and Mrs. Doting.l'OMMUNITY Clitiftrn NORTH hrvnt tlon to-wlt: May 26th, 114
HCltE8 I'Il"imIVhIlOS'' taming
AUTO WRINGER from 7.00 A.M. to I::00 Pals that liE IT J'TRTHFR' RE30TA
: CHURCH n.l'n''nn be pllbllohod
'" :'111''. Rowmiary Bttnnaon, Cllr rk ar erdie hw.
PUNS: VACATION dirk' ttylvla Shaman. Inapoitor BY 0 tDF.Rnn of Hoard of "nnty"
VACUUM CLEANERS. BIBLE SCHOOL Mrs: Vets nil, rnappctoT Comml..1on.. Martin Oony.,
EASY The Vacation Bible School of klra MaJwVVMham, Inapmto FlorldLCI.rRh

Jensen Beach Community Church PRECWCT; NO. I-STfARTPollna to Anord of County

PAYMENTCREDIT will be held from June 1 to 12. ; Place. ODD FFttOWg Cbnnnl..lo_.
I All children in the HVIU Old Telephone Bund'
"I"4 area, from
DISH WASHERS. three In* on Akron Av.nn..>. serving By Mlda Crosby DCCommlnMnncrs .
PLAN I CAMPING TENTS' ages invited to attend.through fourteen are from t:00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M. ( Peal' "
: May 81. 1964I'V
Cookies and Mrs IIl'l't' B. Mnarl, CI..kI _
a cool drink will
Mra Mar
he served daily.BEER dirk I : I I. nwnea pppkor:. Inapactor tnapootor MSRTIN TH'" "Ot'""' n n4H1' rot RT
Mr Clifford Utwrmoo, fV RR
]n.porto. FHTATP OF
Mra Margaret...". Bunrarar.Mr JOHN WAITER) JOttnnNtreree.rf( I
Nary In.p.rtor
Idea MarKuerlt, C. ',1 ;tlh'T rnSO/TORq
aa'lor. TO
IIAvt'110 M.A" on

Pailse) Pla.*. riRB "TATtO'\!. Tips.L.aotlflad: .,od: and ash .of you' are hereby -
LIQUORSFree pervmafrom 7:00; A.M. to Sot ISV.iSI"'m""aerni'n17' to prmrnt
PM. : ; whirl I snub
fh may hI vanvpInns t
rs I Mr*. \\ I Itnonfpnur Clark '' 'JWM. > WAI.IRft:
Alva Fiplle I.vona, ln.r > .... tin (' lyt.rteM'; .bile or Ilnr. .
Maw Norma Burnea, inspector I of : 'ft. w/rh/ flllnt fee
Ice Cubes Mr*. N. F, Chfiae' Inapoctor Cnart .I x f Inaf'ountp JaleaM
tlra. Dnss Oienhriali6 .l"'t't..r ( C iIv III Iht
i .Ira I : Florenrn Aaerhach:, "H.Hl at,.;!''1"?, 11''h"-! '
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. CUT, parsing from 7Xl; ; .U A.F.NI"II'Adm..ll't.a". ff the|
to 7.11 PMMr .of John .\yller
fp".II. "
.*. Beulak Pfnrort, Clerk Addreo.1 p. 0. hint I..
)Ira, Edna; A., hraoapn, HICRA:':'I 1 s.Prrt Altar",., for
Mr*. LMIIO W. Wataon rid Roam Oeasl Adminl.trsf0w, Rind. .
FREE InapntarMr ,
FREEZERS. : *. Lola WHey. inspeetnf Pu.p ..0... May Rot II IIS4., ...arunrt Jene t.2 Mlmlda", ,IPSO, ,

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CAR here and there, save all over the store -- True Savings on Quality Food! HICKORY
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BUTT HALF Lb. 49 c
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.,gyp-lr.L..IUU...... BACON Lb. 3 9c

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PEAS 10 oz. ,,, ; ) OR PORTERHOUSE

6 FOR $1 STEAK Lb. 99c

BEANS to oz.

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22 GAL. $1 % ww ROAST Lb. 89cSIIURFlNE

Q MILK 9 Large Cans $


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3 7 Oz. Cans Y T 7'.S:l(; :::
MAINE OIL ...._. I
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Fresh Apple, Peach or Cherry SARDINESGRADE 10 Cans '"
PIES I 49 c EGGS No Limit 3 Dozen 4 ', "",' & ,W
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GARBAGE i 1 LB. PKG. 29( 5 CANS 89c ROLL 2.1cI

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VINE RIPE LOCAL t e ti. U 24 OZ. BTL. 39 6CANS63c GALLON JUG 4 3 C


t D 4$ 303 CAN 29 2 CANS RI-G. 33c PKG. OF 12 0/C
FRESH GREEN "!" 4 $7 o ft 4
Bunch IDe r 4 MORE. ,, .
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FRESH GREENPeppers COAQI RUM & BRtNDY! Dfcarited..

Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 tun. to 6:30 p.m.
Llslrn/o WSTU!Monday starting at 6:45 a.m.
8 8 7
Friday a.m. to 9 p.m.- Saturday a.m. to p.m.

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.4-8 TILE ST0ART FU.) NEWS Thunda Dlay 21. 1964 I RICH MOTES
t i.a..r r.r..rinrr.e.rerr.rr.. rr.rrne I Chamber of Commerce Holds VFW Auxiliary Abolishing Trustees AskedAt 10 MelOY BASE

I PORT SALERNO NEWS Last Meeting Till September I Holds Card Party Board Meet April nth i Motes Airman,. of son Indiantown Third of Mrs.Class Dolton, has RIch aradu.Hiderson. I-

MRS \tCKY PROSK, Correspondent AT 7-2085 Coloiwl I M Hale presided Thursday hers that t widening of AIA I will I A dessert-card party was held A move to abolish the offices ] called fo the abolition of their court ated; *lions.for U.the S. technical Air: Force training alrcrdlr.,t
at the VFW clubhouse AH Martin Coun office. He said such a move by
over the IMI meting of the he three blocks in the downtown on of lCboollru..ees in mcchamcs at Sheppard AFB, 1iAirwun \
last Wednesday by the Auxiliary made at a meeting of the the trustees would carry considerable
Chamber of Commerce until : I was
I )
PIOM.1R.S UWOLRN: adjourn until November September Salerno area, beginning at the members Mrs Grace Hall and! | Board of Education on April I 11 I. I weight with the voters Motes, now trained t II j
MILL M\KMIt-R I In November they will again shipyards and continuing north. Mrs Jennie Smith were hostesses tbe Crook also announced the rae maintain and service reciprocal
resume their meeting on the Eleven members attended the In reply to several protests about for the I In a letter to the board ignation of Trustee George Os engine aircraft and aircraft ,',.
cnb coke evening
Following s
second of the month. meeting ball. .. at the firthouse! U. Martin County Taxpayers l tame is being assigned' to an Air,
Tuesday removal of the blinker light on born Jr. of Port Salerno. The board i
held the chifclMne
Jt list Toes- Colonel Attending were : Mrs. Jean asked it to call: for a refer- Defense Command
Jjth* PKKMOT (tub voted toSalerno During the summer the maletamrnbcrs the brochures Hale of the cemented Salerno on S. I I. Saundcrwn suited that Dick- Moran, Mrs Margaret Kahn, Mrs. endum to abolish the trustees The then appointed Mrs. Edwin (Mary) AFB, Fla His squadron unit at Mc( \w'
will area Inc.. had turned the job fill the The other -I supports
of the Brown to
organization which be obtained from the erson. Renee Burros. Mrs. Sue Bolt Mr I referendum would be voted on in vacancy the ADC mission of
be kept busy They are planning Chamber may of CaMnmerce located over to the Suite Road Depart and Mrs. J. Baker Mr. and Mrs. the November general election two trustees are Earl Rieou of continental U. S. defending the
to put in a new acoustical tile ceil- : office ment and they will attend to it as William Van Clctf Mrs. MeKina Stuart and Albert Walker of Jen- 'I against enemy
in Jolly Barber The association said it believed air *ltack
R..n' Shop !
lag soon as the present road work is Weed, Mn Midge Tracy. Mrs sen Beach. All were elected last
These that exists with the
are miry very nice to send the "power
I Attending the gathering: were: to relative l aG4. friends, and require completed. Helen Maganne. Mr. and Mrs. school/ trustees should be vested November I Ulm. has
Mr and Mrs. William Papa, Mr. v&ent Discussion as to whether t the M Casserly. Mike Stance Mr. Board of Public Instruction Osborn in a letter to the board a Br.J.
V I and Mrs. Anthony Victor, Mrs. only a sump chamber should have representation and Mrs. Ted Shaw Mrs. Elsie m the cited l business obligation> and alack I Museum which contains mi n i ,
i Be RetJi. Mr. and Mrs Howard The board voted to pay for mem in the Fourth of July parade Burrough Mrs Ethel Bertolucci I' The 1 letter pointed out that seventeen of time as reasons for his I II ancient and medieval baking nil-i
I Milter Colonel and Mrs. M. Hale, bcrship in the'State Chamber of ensued, and Vern Colvin was ap- Mrs. Ann Stchhc Mrs. O. B. Cad counties in Florida have I resignation. I plements including bread Cutter
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stcigler, Mr. Commerce pointed to act as chairman andrepresent well Mrs Alvina Gruble Mn already eliminated trustees and School trustees are an advisory stamps and baking molds of metal,
and Mrs. Ernest! Rodenbaugh, Mr. Commissioner Saunderson! was the chamber' the parade Agnes Kelly Mrs Hilda Camp I cited Florida statutes "which allow group only. They recommend clay and woodVOTE. _
1.'... llls.u 4. us.g eel and Mrs. Francis Heagy and Mrs. present and informed the memo meeting to be IJI May 20 bell Mrs. Kitty Rocder, Mr. and the discontinuance of the officeby leathers and offer advice to the T
Mrs. Charles a vote of the electorate. board other items of school
Cape. TM Ois Elliot Rice Carlstrom Mr and I on MA
.".... U starerAr I I Mrs John Arra and Mr. and Mrs. Some of the seventeen counties: business. However. the power of I ;
: Happy birthday WI'i h u s go'': Methodists f Holding Honey Wriggles Arthur Edclman where trustees have been abolished decision remains with the board 26WHITEHURST .
Shipyard = i fc> Mrs George Osborn Ir. who Bakeless Bake Sale ; I Door prizes were won by O B, include Dade Broward, Col In counties and states where there LEON
celebrated her birthday May 20 'Cadwell C. Smith M Casserh. tier Hillsboro. Okeechobce Put are no trustees, the Parent Teacher -
I IAn The Pig That Is! Mrs Mrs. nam and Sarasota Association acts unofficial
Victory Circle No I of the : Margaret and as an ,...
cou.Afrl p1 Nov/p Salerno Southern Methodist I Kitty RoedcrSuppers, : School: Superintendent ThomuCrl'k advisory! groupINDIIK. PerDEMOCRATIC
I II asked the board not to act
Church held its May meeting last I Driving through Salerno\ hiiM NATIONAL
the matter at the Monday night \\ : SII\\S
Monday evening at the home of ness area visitors and local residents -I to Continue on COMMITTKMANINTER
CHUCXeS w.-. : meeting or before consulting with SALES INCREASE:
Mrs Robert Thompson were recently attracted nv
... I Throughout Summer the three county trustees. Sales recorded \\'inn-Dixie
Bible study was held under the the bright lights emanating from i I He pointed i ; out that m other rv The
direction of Mrs Keith Bowen. Port Salerno Grocery. FormerK I The Civic Association Stores during the four week period C.edldod.With .
met counties where trustees were abolished
J87JWWOwnwl Chapter 14 of Mark was studied. only a small the I ended May 2 showed an increase I
occupying space !
Thursday evening at the center i the trustees themselves haveNE11S
by ttm* MflNxl JACK'S GULF A "bakeless bake sale" is in progress store under the management of with Jack Whitefield presiding in I of <39 per cent over the

STATION for the benefit of Vacation "Buck" Blackman, has been e\ absence of President Benson corresponding period a year ago II Flails.luskgorusad'". .
fort SiIIawe jlhe total sales volume of SftK8J3 .-
Bible A
School which
begins Mon paneled to accommodate new
many and Vice President Frank Roden. : OF THE F1SHMIOL: I
RuwlOp Sftyn SOTT" GuaranteedJack day, June I I. at 8:30: a.m. for two commodities. I baugh./ This will be the last meet ,471 for this four week period .Jadkidlep.ekse.

7 days a Tusk Samdenoa, OWBCT weeks Additional freezers and refrigerators ing until October it was announces Tom Hooper and friend from surmounted I last I years figure of .
For the uninitiated a bakeksn] have been installed holda Canal Point caught seventeen blues 565.312,6)6 by S3S20.8h7.Cloves A.d
to !
7 .... iJB .... ALA hrt Wen. AT 72028You'll .
bake sale simply means that donations I I larger variety of foods. The finance committee report. and one drum. using cut bait fishing ---- FehrSanta.
_. I account fro 8* per went .
without cakes Parlor.
are the Sun
----- - --- given
ed that the barbecue did
In with the
conjunction open suppers
of Zanzibar exports and most ol
being baked and sold Contributions
well and that all bills had been
four transistor radios were
L may be sent to Mrs Genevieve ing Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeGraw the world's supply I
z given as door prizes Winners were taken care of. of Belle Glade caught three king-
Merritt, who is in
charge Don Stewart 0 f Rocky Point, There will be a potluck supper fish and one dolphin, fishing in the
the Schoool.
Just Love 4.; iff Bible Phronie Gullet! of Salerno and this Thursday and three films will ocean. .
The circle welcomed new mem Mrs J. Radman of Hibiscus Park. I be shown: "Wings to Germany," PEPSI-COLA BOnLERS'I
ben Mrs. Rosemary Stevenson! and 'I' However the distinctionof by the Pan American World Airways Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bates of

This Tasty r guests Mrs. Pat Pedersen from winning a real unique, live black and Meet Mr. Blue Lake and i \\esl Palm Beach caught six trout,
Coral Gardens and Mrs. Pam
"Secret Cargo." three snook and two bluefish, using -
white piglet called went
HOME MADE Keifer Members from who Jupiter attended were'I to Mrs. Ida Masullo"Honey", who residesin The association plans to con.tinue lop water plugs and fishing the I 1,850,000w
Mrs. Hibiscus Park. holding covered dish suppers Indian River
Marie Stangcr Mrv Hazel on the third Thursday of '
Knight Mrs. Peggy Osborn. Mrs each month through the summer, Fred Sawyer and friend from
Vicky Prosk Mrs. Ann Wood. Little Nantcy Bowen is missing so members should reserve that Orlando caught three snook and
SLOPPYJOE son! Mrs. Jo Black and Mrs. June something these: days. Last Fridayshe day en the:r calendars. three trout, using feathered jigs I SHOPPING SPREE
Bennett entered Martin Memorial Hos and fishing the Indian River.
The next meeting will be a Joint pita) and when she left there she
meeting with Missionary Circle was minus her tonsils and adenoids I Girl Scouts PrepareFor Walter Huber and son of Fort Entry Wont In wry carton /Ptpd t Patio Dltt Cots

No. I at Mrs. Marie Stingers I' We are pleased she I is doing Parents' Party Lauderdale caught nine bluefish -
home. and seven mango snappers using
i well.
cut bait and fishing the Sun Par CONOR A TULA TIONS+-
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Troop No. 80 Girl Seouts real.
J lor .
ly worked up a storm this Friday

BAR B-Q TOPPlE Says: at they their were meeting busy completing requirements I from Charles Titusville Norman caught and five friend Clark kingfish Lindsay 'Water Conditioning

and three dolphin, using
for their needlecraft AIA GOLDEN GAlE
r Now You Can e"e f badges, !so they darned made ap spoons and fishing in the ocean I ON SOCK FINE MW BUILDING

e k pliques and learned needle-weav PERSONALSIt STORE FRONT & BUILDING: MATERIALS BY

35C Redeem Your ,, F0110W I ing.Several of the girls completed is good to report that Mrs. I
I requirements for their i health is Oh COLRSEROUTE
Bob Keeling of Hibiscus Park -
TOP! VALUE 1 E LEADER i I badges and others worked on their home after spending !some time at i S P S

i I book badges. Good Samaritan Hospital in West 707IUOCONGRATULATIONS
BOOKS R our vAt All this was in preparation for Palm Beach. We hope she improvesin A
their meeting next Friday, when I health.
Ydur Friendly they will i invite i parents and - ----- --- -- --- -
( SNACK-BASKET .. e r ..-.- friends to..a..pasty 81 tlthbeel l We seed e"y"tulgdorls.to)4r -
cafetorium at 3 p.m. George Heston of Salerno Shores
Jf> KWIK CHEK IN STUART However they did take time who celebrated a birthday last 'I()
U.S. NO. 1 AND COLORADO AVENUE AT 7-21 S3 out to help celebrate Scout Corey week

I Donns birthday and partake of Lindsay Water Conditioning
--- -- -- -- --- - -
Get-weB wishes go to Mrs. P.
the cake she had baked.
I O Smith who was confined to
Bi. her home with trouble. ,m I GOLDEN: GATE
RIMS TO m.LI i leg
We regret to hear Walter Pruessof
and Mrs. Charles Bennett I Salerno Shores has been a patient SIRUCTLRVL: SIIIL AND ROOt, DECK SYSlt-M
I j have left to attend the funeral sere in Good Samaritan Hospitalin 1 1I
I ices of Mrs Bennett father Fred I West Palm Beach and wish him BANDYROOFDECKS&SUPPLYCNDICt

DEAN TOOKERTHESE I I Jenkins, who passed away May i a quick recovery.
I 16 after a long illness : A,.t:., JENSEN: BEACH: 287.3000
Mrs Donald Austin has
re I II
The body will be on view in I ._ .
turned from relatives in ---- -- -- ---- --- -- -
I Boston Mass., and then shipped I visiting -----
to Machias, Me.. where it will be Holley, N. Y. Her husband! Don. -=----1\1''
interred. aid, drove up last week and accompanied Ail'
her home. We congratulate/ 'I:
Jenkins is survived by his wife, :

I two daughters Mrs. Anna Snowof We are happy to report Mark Lindsay Water Conditioning I II

Georgia and Mrs June Bennett: Witham has been dismissed i from on the completion/ of/ their new facility '
and a son, Davis who resides in Martin Memorial Hospital after I'
I I Boston. suffering a stroke. on A'l-A Golden Gate. 'We are proud

I Mrs Harry Kahn and Mr and Edwin Brown of Hibiscus Park to have done the roofing on this II''I

Mrs Nick Prosk and daughter was injured while working at new building
Margo attended a wiener roust Pratt & Whitney last week. He cuta
and birthday party on Saturday at tendon in his finger. We with l Frank Hale Roofing and Metal Works II
THINGS the home of Mr and Mrs. Tom I
him a speedy recovery. Palm Beach Road AT 7.3483
Lord in Palm City. The party was _
given by Mr and Mrs. William L.UL .un eaTi-Est; Ex7' _. =- ==-=_
---. -
I 1----- : = .
-- -
McClung in honor of their daughter M Tilt: (1114 IT 101 RT OP TIUMSIH : 1I --
< IK tlT ly I
Laura who
Jean was ten years A "It r'OH .. \NT" ('111%T',
old. Horseback riding and games TSIK: OK r I.OH I lit.
c { i.%. t Ht\' ritIMMI Congratulations/
.r I were enjoyed by the children. HAZEL ... AU-AHU I to .
i lialntirr )
Ilr '- '
BOATSTORAGE a .1ALWRDrs.rmdont' IwOTIele Lindsay Water Conditioning
BELIEVE. HcaMrnra Addr aaInknown rOn

You *t. h>ri>br Liven notice trimCvmpUInt r
a for IMvurc I hat beannt.d
While You're In the abov and
Away atralnot you
roiYlotnf MU by tin Plaintiff
Hurricane Hai'l K AII r I IJ or which la to obtain a divorce. You
are required. to flu your An.w q
Building or olh" I to laid Complainton
a or bean! ;: 3nd day uf June, .
I Dry otherwise the allegattona con. -
believe that no individual can administer fair and impartial justice if a tanned apes III ouch Complalnl11I and the betaken
Reasonable a* conftiaed by you

he is obligated to either a law partner or private client. I I Rates muii Hueh fll anawar.will d with Him or ether the 'Clark;!.4.';' of ltItft thin" .1 :

I a Cout. .,,,01 .. flforiPtails
Courteous ..."ed upon. th.pPta ni ..

/ also believe that a judge who rccci\es a FULL-TIME Salary ( in the Service Otihti tlff Florida.Thl. >raun attornrya;.I'. O, Dr.Ouchteraon....' li 8tu* r

case of County Judge ll1/; thousand dollars) should, in turn, devote his FULL. COMPLETE Reserve Space BOVT REPAIRf1BERGLSSI Now lI.hod,.I"publl.hed\nfl The" II"arl 0' Suit I In Stuart.News halt. a be MartinCounts news.pape Dub. I i

TIME to the office. I G for four, Klurlda.eftnifacutlv once wwfca.limb every. week !, : : 'f ==

I Outboard Motor Repair : sit ORDEUtn at 8tuart
All Makes and Model" 'lurldl'ISO.PIKRCEI"

/ will not be obligated to any partner or private client and will devotemy BAILEYBoat OK CLERK tUIHIDABy \RTIV OF:CIaCI'I'r COt NTT rOCBT, their Beautiful New Plant on

full time to the office of County Judge. rirriilt Court twos Drputr. $H r.ll.Clerk A'l-A in Golden Gate

By \Vm A. Ouirhtaraoa We proud to have been
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT P. a Travel- liCongratulations are selectedas
: JENSEN BEACH AT 7.0936 Cleo,, Florida
Pub.' M4 at, ra. June t. 1 L tttI

I i i" the construction of this new facility.


to Lindsay Water Conditioning on .

DEAN lOOKER construction of their new plant.
I Terrazzo Flooring by .


I Tile, Terrazzo and Marble Work 287-2711

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6-8 TIm STUART (Ra.) NEWS Thursday, May 21, 196 Two Musical Events Christian SchoolIs I 'Evenittg in Paris'Is thing tyfive-hooked pound and tarpon landed utter.t i twen a
Bills Lauds Open
Baptists I I
Announced HereTwo Theme of Prom hcaHhy battle. The tarpon was

interest Incorporated New Church' Evening in Par;'" was the then released Whitcsclt admitted
ReservistsLouis musical' event of I Rtluotantly Jay
JUPITER| NEWS will take place this week and next theme Saturday night when the that he caught the snook
the North Palm /Beach County The junior clans entertained the seniorsat for their dinner
in board of directors of J
MRS. MINEAR Phoae 746-464J S. Bills, guest speaker at upioIre The new First Baptist Church I the prom.
ANNA Cwrapondent area. Christian School bal announced I Dr. Lewis Is in charge of the
the Jupiur-Tequetta Chamber of : building on Tequcsta Drive was .
i Laura Colbert was crowned
..'_.'" _...4- '.. ".18I Commerce coffee gave a forceful On Thursday and Friday, May that& the certificate of Incorporation opened Sunday for its first Services MISS of the event, with Miss Department of Education at University
21 and 22, the Jupiter High School was received from the Department Queen of Florida at Gainesvilleand
The Visited Strength presentation for of Peace our,"program in recognition of music> department will present the .f State on M,y 6. under the I Keren Earner, Miss Ladner Garry Walker forming Dr. Guertin is a professor in
Oregon Jupiter The congregation and Mm Kathy White-
festival, '
at Education Department
of Armed, force Day. annual spring music The Incorporation states in part leadership of K.v. Paul Thomson, I her court They were chosen I the at Rich
I the school at 8 p.m. The theme the tell i k a !science instructor
He ably showed the value of this i is Impression of Music purpose of this corporation formerly occupied a smaller building by the senior class and the choice; ard Junior High School in Hollywood
Sixty-six Years Ago Sunday the Reserve Force, and spoke en.thualasticaly ." year (Jupiter Christian School) shall be on Pennock Lane which is kept secret until the moment of .
/ of the time and effort to organize and operate a school, being purchased by the First Assembly crowning I
Sixty-six years ago next Sun. victories at Manila had had orders given, freely by reservists in Warriors Friday, evening the high the school Marching dance'' and Which youth will of give this to tile children instruc of Ciod Their new com- I Tom Brown, president of the SIBS REITFR DIES
vicinity; has
War the fleet in the waters this most important method of ; plea is designed for growth, class, welcomed the guests, I
day the Spanish-American I to join I freedom. bund. the German band and the lion in all subject usually taught and is airconditioned junior Mrs. Elizabeth Reitcr. forty-
preserving our Freedom adequate parking space the
came close to Jupiter. near Cuba Her race around the high school chorus will !be featured in public and and John Tracndly gave toast of West Indies Lane, died i
private and heated throughout -
most Bills :
is our precious right > i .
Horn historic one, which I hi's.:: of al'pr.chttion.Miss
On the of 24, 1898 was an well
night May said, and hit> talk brought out the Shirley SriI7.ef, known Jupiter Christian wasorgamze4 The dedication service s i 11 I Monday.
where the nearest -
ended at Jupiter, Janie Neville read theclass
a quiet family' gathering rocking located necessity of working to : !soloist will be guest star with the a year' ago, and has planned for lale June. Mrs. Reiter is survived by her
telegraph station was : preserve will and Scott Taft was the
on the front porch at the Carlm I dance band. been operating in the educational ,
it. Blount, of hunhand, George; three sons
from Rev Roland pastor
House near Jupiter Inlet was came wa\h.I' The second concert, on Saturday building of the First Southern das prophet. Rick L and Frederick,
of Clod,
that sent the ship Bills> also emphasized the the First Assembly
shocked and frightened when a inpton of prestige evening, will feature the elementary Methodist Church here The school the Pannock Lane facility Principal Howard Swycn was and ortrE.j parents Mr, and Mrs
some Armed Forces service and
In, but before they came occupied
rocket dropped u\ the front yard. 01 ashore junior band) (grades five opened for classes last Vptombcr has announcedthat the speaker for the occasion Sam Weber, all of Jupiter; and
able this academic of on Sunday
the were to get fine background
Until that mrftcnt, the Spanish. lof and all were able to get mail ohoreI I the men( serving. and axis i ) and the HuUtphono'hand with I t a kindergarten and first their dedication service will The party was held in &the Ter. one brother: Jake Weber, of Cleveland -
American War had teemed faraway I Director John Hupp says' grade; the second grade- is to be Room of the Palm Beach .
At that time race
all ablc4xxlicd I that had been accumulating on The coffee was sponsored' by added in the be held on May 24.
though men fa*
band the the "Mad
that this year's junior is and] dancing: : to
of Towers
Wilkc Service held the North-
Manila. Rev. John non pastor were at
the long trip from the First Federal and I
had been into Home Savings
organized a most accomplished) junior bond George W. Call, chairman of of 'Hatters" followed dinner.
Guard. Mrs Carlin fed the men who L.ans' Lake Park\ Branch, and hu fin directed in twelve yens. the board of trustee, has stated. the Bethel Temple Assembly wood Funeral Home.
of Lake Worth, the
came ashore, and gave them their Glenn Dixon, branch manager and that at least will be
Captain Carlin went immediate the one grade added ENJOY GOOD FISHING viding '
The art department at Assembly instant
of the A
church Jupiter
first of home life in many vice president, acted muster of
glimpse as each
ly to the Life Saving Station, while school year. If the demand '
months. ceremonies, school has prepared interesting and will be the guest speaker. I Jay Whttescll, who wa enter. aging for rice has been develop.
warrants, than
more rockets came ashore MrI.Carlin artistic! settings for the concerts, more one Hal Lewis and Dr. ed. Compared with six to ten
put out the lights and One amusing sidelight on the Bert read announced the estah.lishmcnt with the untiring assistance of grade a year will be added. Registrations AM THFRF Wilson taming Ciucrtm at the home of months for natural aging it takes
wailed with her family\ for what) great even) was the visit of a postal of the North Palm Beach, M E., Mayo. are now !being acceptedfor HERE I, his grandfather, Harry P Jackson only a few hours
soon afterward. "Grand. County Branch of the YMCA, 196465.
might happen inspector Mr. and Mrs L. W Miller, who
27, the weekend introduced his
On Wednesday, May last ,
The Life Saving Station long. ma" Carlin was the poktniittrcif; {pointing -out that it is a family The schools incorporation by spend their winters at the J. F. real
Chorus of Palm
Community North to some
boat was launched when the war and her salary was based on cancellations branch and will serve the parent : the Department of State as a non Turner cottage here, have returned distinguished guests NEED ?
time vessel was found to be thebattleship The cancellations, fol. and Ii sters of the young men Beach County will present Its spring profit organization qualifies all their home in Indianapolis. Jupiter fishing
Oregon, and the ship'llongboat lowing the flood of mail from the I I NtH DuBoiss amusing introductions concert at Salhavcn Auditorium at' gifts and donations made to the to On Saturday morning the men Rug CleaningCall
was led in through the Oregon, jumped to such hkh fig. I included a number of 8! p.m. Jupiter Christian School as income Mrs Vance Woodard, Center went' out Jupiter Inlet in Mr. Jackson and
inlet to the lighthouse. ures, that the Post Office Department visiting politicians as well as the The chorus, made up of people and inheritance tax deductible Street, has been called north by \ s sixteen-foot motorboat
The Oregon, fresh from her hud to investigateCemetery home folkt who ting together for the sheer the illness of her mother, Mrs T. Dr. J-cwis. hooked and landed a
Joy of singing, Is directed hy Stan Gardeners Attend A. Shaddcn of Wartburg, Tenn. fifteen pound dolphin. Later they
Junes: Watson, chairman of the Doyle( The first !section pf their explored the river, and particu; WARREN'SAT
Group I waterway committee, announced program will feature sacred music Mr and Mrs. Richard Bassctt larly the picturesque Kitchmgi
Chamber Studies Elects Officers priority rating of Jupiter with a tenor solo, Sanctus' State Convention and their son of St Augustine, Creek. Dr. Guertin, trolling with 7-1755
Inlet quoting a letter from of Mr. 8as"tl'l! i idea of
From St. Cecilia Mass"' (Gounod- were the guests out _much catching any
i Cemetery Associationheld H. It. Parfitt, U. S. Army Peter Noonan. Mr. and Mrs A. E. Bas-
Jupiter Swift)) sung by Mrs Fred R. Wilson, president parents
Advertising CodeJoseph us sixty-second annual meet- Corps of Engineers, to Congressman Following the intermission, selections elect of Travelers Palm Garden sett, Center Street, lust weekend
in" at Jupiter Town Hall Tuesday Paul Rogers from musical will he Club; Mrs Folmer Sorensen, president .
Mist Sue agroup
s. Field Jr of the Ad. night !' Jack Robson announced the given. The "Oklahoma" group will and Mrs. Alfred Weeks, of her Clcgg friends at a record WHAT'S YOURINVESTMENT
vcrtising Code Council of the I Following yearly' reports by the annual! Booster Banquet on May also have a duet sung by Podie District 10 judges chairman, attended and dancing party at the home of
Palm Beaches, asked Jupiter.Tc- officers, action was taken to in. 30, and urged all to attend, to back Christian and Peter Noonan During the convention pf the Fed her Mr and Mrs. W. J. AIM?
questa Chamber of Commerce directors I crease the permanent care fund, the high school athletes who have the "Music Man"* number, crated Garden Clubs of Florida Clcgg parents Yacht Club Place, on Sat
for co-operation al their for the purpose of beautifying and made such a fine record this year. Shirley Spiller will sing with held in Hollywood last week urday evening.David Review" contains our list of current
Tuesday meeting at the Chamber coring for the country cemetery. James A. Bassett, vice president i. Peter Noonan, and selections from Mrs Wilson, In reporting on the Our latest "Monthly
of Commerce building. Steps are being taken to make of the clumber, ably presided "Gigi" will close the program convention, told of an interesting Yates and his guest, Craig recommendations. You'll find 4Z stocks suggested for
Field told the directors that a donations to the association per. la the absence of President Director Stan Doyle, conducted talk given by Governor Farris Rodda, of Bound Brook, N. J.. growth prospects, 45 cyclical issues, 21 Income stocks and
committee of the council has worked manent'care fund tax exempt and James Payne.Missionary. the TV special, "A Thousand Bryant at the Wednesday luncheon both students at University of Miami 34 Htilliiei. in all, 142 carefully selected and researched
successfully with a committee to contact all lot owners Voices Sing," last December I spent laM weekend with David stocks. In addition, pertinent, tuy-to/-read statistics are
of the Greater West Palm Beach Records In the Completely: voluntary I Society Palm Beach County Commissioner 'i parents, Mr. and Mrs E. F. included for each. Whatever your inveitmtot aim we thinkyou'll
Chamber of Commerce in processing organization have been lot Closes SeasonThe RutterfieldWilkesWedding/ E 1". Van Kei'ICl, speaking Yates, at( (hair koine her*.
complaints of unethical all.vertlsiing over the years, Mrs, Jame Rahy, at a landscape forum, talked of I find these lists Invaluable
the pointed out, and it Announced land for and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Capron
for several years' In a secretary county parks recre stocks PHILUPJPBTKOUUM
Women Soci "Review" also discues three -
'Better BuineSBureau"' of will be necessary to advertise for ational area. of Lynchburg, Va., are the guests The
operation, this joint committee re some of the lot owners. ety of the Southern Methodist Mr and Mrs. Alvin W. Butter Mrs Wilson also told of Pelican I at the home of Mr. Capron s sister FIIMIOARD PAFEX, GRANITE CITY STEEL.
ceives written complaints and acts Palm Beach County ruIn and Church elected officer for the field, Golfview Drive, 'Tequcsta, Island, the bird I sanctuary in Mrs Benjamin Rig. and For your copy, simply mail the coupon.:

on them Field said most adver regulations for cemeteries wai coming meeting year at the at Its home Monday of night Mrs announce the marriage of their the Indian River near Vero, and I Captain:: Rigg. Riverside Drive. .................................................
when adopted the membership daughter, Wilma Elizabeth, to the influence wielded by
tisers respond immediately by garden
Mr and Mrs Everett Antrim
Franklin Scbok Pennock Point. hlMt "JUviw" 123 wrrtot
on Immg
Floyd James Wilkes, on March I raw! wad *e your your
The officers for the
clubs and the
bad advertising has appeared, !but coming Audubon Society and Mr and Mrs. Harry Mooreshave :
it I Is possible for the committeeto year' elected at Tuesday' meeting Mrs. George( Call Sr was elected 21, at Winter Haven. in preserving it. She gave a most returned to Columbus, Ohio, rccommeo4atiODlo:
appeal directly to the publishers were: Mrs. L. V. Minear, president president./ Her supporting officers Mrs Wilkes, who 'is an instructor interesting account of the work after a winter spent at their Lox-
to have the accounts with : Mrs James Raby, secretary- are Mrs George Call Jr in Jupiter School, was graduated King done by the garden clubs in ahatchee River homes> here. Name a SNHIRSCH
drawn. He cited one case in which treasurer; Mrs. Harlow Rood, vice president I, Mrs, O Thurman: from Hasbrouck High establishing greenhouses and orchid
the publication itself acted assistant treasurer; Mrs F. Fred!! secretary) Mrs Donald Smith, corresponding School, Hasbrouck Heights, N. I houses in Raiford for the STUDENT BODY ELECTS dJM lIf I-
The directors were quick. Turner Jr., and Mrs Robert Comer secretary, and Mrs i I J., received her A.B. degree from rehabilitation of prisoners. ..............................................
0 Thurman, treasurer. Walter Clcgg will he the president .
favor of the local chamber Joining directors I University of Miami In interior .
other Palm I Beach County The plans for pro:irams for the decorating, returning for an additional DIVING of the student body at Juj i ittr & CO.
Chambers of Commerce in thin Miss Nancy May, duuithtcr of fall meetings, which begin in September 1 degree in education She is IKOFIIILS: High School for the coming
........ .., .....
work. The code I Is being studied Mr. and Mr*. Robert May, of are to 'be made by Mrs a member of kappa Kappa Gamma Jupiter Diving Dolphin are year. Nay roe Ilacir t.asea. ; G.a.ae.s _, w

for action. Singer Island!, U spending the Cull Jr., Mrs Smith and Mrs r Wiles proudly displaying trophies to be In a runoff election held Mon ..,,,,.aO" South.Second Street Fort Pierce! . ..
The site for the proposed, Amcr summer at home after her first Jimmy Stone. Mr the son of Mr and awarded at the state meet here Idle day, Clcgg won over Becky Wit- "" 00 ?
(lean Museum of Marine Archaeology I year at Florid i State Nancy, who Mrs. K. M Horne conducted Mrs John W. Wilkes of Cedar- in June at the First Sank of Jupiter con by a small margin Cathy Harp RESIDENTS OF STUART CALL TOLL-FREEt
will be marked by a sign, I IS a member of the vanity sailing the 1 program Monday evening, town Ga., graduated from Ccd- and Steve Olsen were also in the ATLANTIC 7-4100
which the chamber will have installed team, hones> to get some tailing in which was the final meeting of artown High School. He attended These trophies were given to run-off for treasurer, with Cathy
it was deckled I during the Rummer the season Georgia Institute of Technologyand the state organization by the Harp carrying the election. SLAIN OrnCFi 25 Broad Street, New York 4, N.Y.
--- ----- ------- Jacksonville State Teachers Jupiter Tequcsta Chamber o |f Bruce Harmon is the new vice _
College( He also served four years Commerce. president, and Debbie Morgan the news
In the United! States Air Force HIS Jupiter won first and second secretary B. M. Dukes is the Listen to daily market and averages
social fraternity is Sigma Nu, and spots in the competition at Homestead sponsor for the student government 5:30-Station H IRA 1400 on your dialEXPERT
he Is a member of Phi Beta Lam. last month, with i Venice .
We Believe. da and Kappa Kappa Kappa honorary .I taking third. The May meet will I ses.w- ise....-.. ..... sawY lu.a r.Pa. ,. l......
l fratermtiees be at Bayport, with the finals for One of every five Frenchmen is I &4ad.. Pea ae.e ....,.... _AI,.
.. A former All-Amcrican football the state taking place_here ,m June, a farmer.
player, Mr. Wilkes is coughing : ------------------
a winning Jupiter high' team !
Mr, and Mrs Wilkes are at 1
home in Suni,Sands Trailer Park,

YOU WILL AGREE 'WITH US THAT. ., Honor Earlluth,! !

Furl C. Hughes: Lighthouse
Drive, hen \been elected chairman
ROBERT KING HIGHIS of the hoard of directors of Bay

Slate according Abrasive to an Products announcement! Company, RUG CLEANINGIN

front the company headquarters
at Westnoro, Mas*.
Hughes hat served hi 1 II firm,
BEST FOR which is the notion s third largest t

honing manufacturer abrasives of and grinding other whcpls bond l YOUR HOME OR OUR PLANTFOR

ed abrasive products, as sales manager
vice I president, executivevice
MARTIN COUNTYRobert president and president FREE ESTIMATE
Before the Hughes came to Jup
iter Inlet Colony in J9 rondered extensive community service CALL2872929BLANKETS
in his Worcester, Mass., com
King High is a representative of the PEOPLE, munity, Including trusteeships at
Worcester Polytechnic: Institute. ,
seeking the office of governor of our state he is not a repre. Worcester Hahnemann Hospitaland !

sentative of a monied political crowd: log and the Speech Worcester Center County U Hear.1963, CLEANED

Hushes, an engineering graduateof
Robert King High does not have to hide behind a fairy Worcester Polytechnic Institute,

tale in the administration of the city of which ho is mayor it doctor was given of engineering an honorary by decree his alma of

has been a sound, sane, economical administration, and he has not mater. AND WRAPPED FOR

been a ceremonial mayor as his opponents would have you think. 0\fFN'S! CIUBWELCOMES TWO

Robert King High has been a friend to education his The proponed Women' Club

county is not in danger of losing accreditation because of refusalto routine building,business the Thrift matter Shop and were many discussed STORAGE 3 FOR $2

in the absence of the expected
permit sufficient local money to go towards school support speaker, when Jupiter Women

which is the case in Duval County. '* Club l met at the Town Hall

Robert King High will be a governor whose )life is irre- and Tuesday Convention budget evening.and report program were heard plans, UNIFORM RENTAL SERVICE

voc4bly.tied ed to'our life in South Florida and while Martin made for the coming year,
Mrs, George Gillette and Mrs.
County is a small county, it is a South Florida county,_ in the J(1IIIplRuhl were welcomed as

sphere of interest that is South Florida. mcectlng new members.were Mrs Hostesses Paul! Phillips for the,

Mrs. Rudolph Steinhauser, and PARAMOUNT CLEANERSAND :
Robert King High has a' sound program i' for conserva.' Mrs. Robert Slack.

tion which so fits the Martin County situation, it might have WOMEN'S: -CIRCLES

f been written here.VOTE. ANNOUNCE; w ncas
The Women' Circle of die LAUNDRY
People Congregational. Church
have announced their new officers

Ir; FOR HIGH Thomas(for R.!the Vail corauu and year Mrs., C Mrs.F. 160 FLAGLER STREET TELEPHONE 287.2929FOR

Bracht' are ce-fhumen. of tN
Mayflower\ Circle; Mrs. J a m g *
Crook and Mr*. Viotar Sctait will PICK-UP AND DELIVERY

The Martin County High for Governor Committee serve a) chairmen of the FncndtyOrel
'?, and Mr*. Denial B. M<-
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< .U roUHr.l $ ) hone t is the chairman: \ of PrucJla



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>,: *Lapin j St. .Lucie.Lot 188 I BLACK PEPPER: 1r bottle oz. 29 C l I II ;! ANN: PAGE CREAMY SMOOTHTOMATO: EGGS .. ,?., 39c
S2O.! Ralph) Ce.d. thru Sal. M.y. 13. Mla 1.13.4. I lO ,. DAILY BRAND J MEAL, 11VJR or IISH
Ilikm Scranton. I ge e.=t _:_ !x l J SOUPJNf 3 Z.O 29 c
rmiicnt lot 1, ; "." c DOG FOOD. ......... ...... 3 :: 25c
hip 37 S., rlii: ii YjiF.------- 1

It W I I 25CHIFFON i CAKE Mb.l.oz.:I ring i 45c ..... ........ pkg.I rlr nlI 35'Ami 'e.

I i Ip with. thle Cnpoa end ......... el I II
I UNCLE BIN' I J\NE PARKER SPECIAL SALE /11 allY, Many More Bargains; '

\'" ,'( SPANISH R btu 39c :i POTATO CHIPS b"; 49c No limits! .. no minimum order at ..A&NAItI'iC
1 I : he.t., ..,. :", "23'4.JI!

For : ; : I...:"._....::.__:._.__.............. ._J 0,.
: f ':, p FRESH, GOLDEN FANCY, CALIFORNIA PREMIUM(} SUTINFS ,.......,........ ...,........ ,.. ... plla. 29c

I I 14A KFN-L.lRFAI'S slot. pkg. .,. ..,.. ....... ................ .. .... 4lC
I\J.\I.L!BIRDtiEYE ONIONS with Crtam Sauce ........ ........ .. I'""' 39c
I HONG; "ONI; 'nI': quart.
ARMS I tARI ......................... ..'................. ran $1'19'I'IOOR
(1IKKFN 01 IMF. !SEA: 61/ -ol.
CORN LETTUCE IIGIir MEAT CHUNK TUNA ......................... run 3Sc
16 for
TEA 1IPION BVGH ...... ........"......4-.-........................ .I only 27 c
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UPTONINHIANT:\ TEA ........?.........;......-.............. ..,... Jar 49t

: 10ears49c head 19c 11P'fN l IHSI: TFi U-Ot pkg.j V45 c

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Open Ins IAT AnANTte PAaC"A<<>11I>>1'1. 1Nt'

7:30 a.m. I :
Phone 3 for 19c 971 SOUTH FEDERAL: HWY. STUART
radios for every 100 in the U. S.

IVORY SNOW Ivory Liquid I I
bllA 1 pint 6-01. I-Ib. C-oz. 2.lh. ,..... 1..01.
Your Boat and Motor Can Be 4 for 21c pie 3Sc Ned. 65c pII.. 3Sc pka. 81 C P.. 79c

Insured Under a Homeowner SPIC1'N' [SPAN MR.LIQUID ANv'Gt: ;CRISCO SHORTENING I Hawii; ; RED Punch I Pun Vegetable dexo lhretenl.g I BISCUITS GOLDEN RISE

Policy for Fire, TheftWind 316ow p4, 91 1-pI.-':::: 71c 3 e'0' : 79c 1"1 4-N. 39c. 3 r o Sge 6 ::,;: 49c
Damage and Perils of the Sea "

SEE 2 or 43c .P :L 35c = 35c 'Pk4. Z. 33c a 1'Ipkgoz.: 35c 3 lIIt'19cm

Reardon Insurance Agency IJgold IAbraent for Diabee BLUtZ BONNET WIJIPPED Ocew S-1f Pbh or Set 117c


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EVA CAMPBELL, Correspondent 546-3911
lllll l MH iiii| I lllillim II lil Mini'lifl '>i csewre!nsawraraaeiarl.reruttta! e

Rev. Francis Dickson

Assisted Rev Francis ''lAVOI II<9 I

Community I I i
nil one of the three
pointed by the Mm
ation of Martin
chaplains for the
exercises conducted I
were Beach Rev on, Saturday.George B t I
City, and Rev Saturday May 23
tin Stuart
Rev, Dickson
9 pm and was

To Delegates N / I I Ii G

meeting Dickson Charles of are Joyce the East and t i

bytery ,, n
This meeting will
May 26 at the \
byterian Gardens. Church The at,
governing group for i
part Presbyterian of the state

RETURN Mr and Mrs.ROM: :
Doherty Street in i i
week returned trip Saturday north ;
trip was a visit to the
In New York ;


three-day Girl Scout weekend Troop l \
Lodge A guest was
Laurene: of U
from Tropics the Vista New,York I
who entertained the i
films she had taken
BROWNIES WednthdllY'I S ;

Mrs. Judy
Brownie Troop 350 0
her girls, plans a
.t :
Palm Beach, to : > .P
Walks" Dinner will
in on the way home I
next Monday night
time galalscours! !
Fred Landrum, :) ;
Pack 119.. plans a I
for the scouts!, to > \ \
Boy Scout Camp Select your favorite Alfar.Boufwtll Rojal flavor. during
DayThis S : Info terrific sale and save 20c' on each half gallon! You \
troop based I I HURRY ; \
containing many lift the finest quality ,lee cream an always
has the distinction I \MIILh IIIEY LAST! I II
of the largest in I I
100 boys


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Published by the
Florida. A : t : ,:
Outline llluNlrated I Regularly 99c c

Economical (> : a Hunt; refreshing dessert:
Geographical .
lllMorical Alfar-B"ut vt ell true fruit flav G 9
Industrial ) Sherbet. During this sale you

plm.BOOK Recreational Graphic 1964&Florida JOe, CIIOKK HEY CREAM on each LAST.Ol delightful FLAVORS half, 5 1

329 East Ocean ) 1
Closed AU Day

BUILD A i snacks Ice Cream Cups c
.. their own container No mum,

T ;a'. do/en. 5 9

f :: t I I | 25c J I Regularlylttc

i -BOUTWELL Milkman

; p : at

\ Ice Cream Dealer



;; : Jupiter Sundriesu
;. Sure to

f I Second Next D Mkt. '

I> Delivery '

.Political: .
Martin County Burns

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1111 MlKI (I'I Inrxlnl M. \\S
) Iliurxluy, May 21, 1964 IdI'
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Congratulations to Martin County's Two Senior Graduating Classes of 1964 I

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Class Night will be at 7:30: p.m. Clifford Kriktolterson.! Bill !Knitter
Largest Senior High Class
Monday May 25 at the gymna Victoria, Mdry Lane. David Leighow Stuart Training Will' Fellowship Is I Sound The recipient and is the in ton a native of Mrs ol Hobe Au
sium. Leighton (i dry Little I
Class officers are: Orlando Eddie Lowe. Dun lowry. Paula An Award wart Training Paige. Ma School graduated us irom valedictorian -
/39 Martin Seniors Wright!, president; Tom Hawkcn MacArthur. Sandra Morioti. Marlin to I of his class and was one
vice president; Glce Foster secretary Martin. William Martin Philip Graduate 24 1st of the county's Scnatoriol Scholar
Mathews, James .;
; Marcia Whitcside treasurer; May. Maurice Judy Jake C. Miller | ship winners. Ho holds a bachelor
William Martin. parliamentarian ol' science degree from Bethune-
Graduate This WeekMartin and Kitty Kindred and Jo Andrews Nancy McCormiek.. El I don : Jake. (' Millet\ loaner social: ( ookman College graduating with
Twenty-lour students of Stuart Christie Marion I
co-chaplain. McKenzie Jim McKuhcn. GlcmiaMcMillon. | lhrHta''sykes-
I studies instructor ol' Stuart Tram- distinction, and a master of arts
Training School will be Clark, Cora' Morel-
Lucy Michel. Charles graduated ter ( '111.1n. I
Here is the list of MCSHS grad degree from the University rat l Il
101S :ho..1 lyre been
Mood Montanari, Barbara during commencement exerciseson la Davis lihel Mae I pps. John / < awarded aPolitical
County Senior High the class! of elshty.threebicb uate'Sue Murray, Joyce Ann the: !school patio on Monday t'pps. Joyce tpps. Ailluir llolKway. Science l ulcer fellowshiptor linois.Miller
School will bold formal in 1963.Baccalaureate' Aigotti. Maccl Kay Allen Myers June returned to Sinarl training -
commencement graduated Robert Napier Tom Nelson, I I. beginning at K p.m. ieruldme J"I1luther I the uciulemic\ year lsM-h5' by I
exercises for 139 sen exercises! are< William Anderson, JoAnn Andrews Lynne O'kcll.. Jerome Oliver Baccalaureate! services wilt beheld Lewis Willie Mason. Betty New- the Umversitv ol North Carolina. School to serve as .1 cmher
iors at the new high school gymnasium scheduled at the gymnasium at 3 Lorraine K. Antos, Costa Carol Olncy Patricia> Pence, Elaine at Mount Calvary Baptist kirk. James McCarty. Conrad Pat The fellowships were established ol the faculty from Ism i III. 19.59
at 8 p.m. Friday May 29. p.m. Sunday May 24. Apostolopoulos!, Margie Ashley, Joyce Pike. Church on Sunday May 31 at 8 terson. Agnes Robeits" John Turner by the Department ol Political" Currently he is vermin ..iissist,
This i will be by far the largest t The complete programs for the Cheryl Austin Pamela Axlon, Stu- Jill Carol Washington, ,and Hczekiuh Science and linunced ba nation ant professor of poltlu.il science
graduating class ever to wear caps commencement and baccalaureateand art Bahineau Charles Baker Ar- Kamhert. Jack Raymond a.m.The: senior class, sponsored by Watson al foundation in order to attract at Bethiine-Cnokmuii ( ollc'ic
gowns at a local high school exercises! are published in today den Brannan Patricia Britton Tom Rcdmger Ruth' Ann Rice Mrs. E. Washington/ includes: -- able memhrfi ol .
Sharon Russ educationally underprivileged Orson I In i.ulioactive
( nlhlll proil11i
Karen \ Sameck,
graduation exceeding by fifty-six Newt Judith Broome. Richard Buck Bruce Sandcll. Allen Schaeffer, Gladys Alridgc.: Gloria Bartlett Mexico: has a I proivscd !l> groups in the South, sources. could K,< .1 health hi ard,
Burkcy.Robert Alan Schommcr. Henri Jo Schwab, Ronnie Bryant. Jimmic Lee {'a h. mcnt budget ol' f I..( lVern-1( ) into the profevsion of college leaching causing respiting ..:" "l1llorL
Christie Jr., Maria Clements Pauline Carter. Florence Ann this
BACCALAUREATEMARTIN year. 1 in political headaches
Mary Colby Sandcc Dale, Gordon Sigafoosc! (,ary Simmons ---- --- ------ .. -- -- science.. and depression
COUNTY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Susan Simmons Charles Sipos -... ..
Sammy Duinron. David DeBerry aye r v ,, .
v" '" 1 'u "" .
Mary Jeun Skellingcr, Joyce Saul ::'T 'r ,
Sunday !May 24 1964 3 p.m. Virginia Decker Kenneth Delp,
Dcloris Puul
Donald cy. Smith. Smith ,
doNcvcu Paul I Dibble
Prelude ........ .. .................................. .. ......Mrs! Marvin Keller Carolyn Dodge Claire Dumich, I I Louise Solvers, Jimmy' Stcfanow- M1 slw
ski, Vickie !
Processional March ........................... ... ... ....... Mrs, Marvin Keller David Duncan Peter Eldcrbaum I James Talky Svkoope. Natalie
Scott Feaster Linda Feldman I Taylor.

Invocation................................................... Rev. Durwurd 11. Knight Jr. Mary Ferra Kenneth Foote Glee John Thomas:: I l.ouise Triay, IxmTyson
Robert t Underwood. Carroll
Foster Carl Fuller. Arlene Funk. -
Southern Methodist Church. Stuart
: Clyde Gayle. Terry Gelnett!, Vaughan Jr.. Marvin Waldron, a i' K fI

Hymn ................. ................................._............ ... .."Fairest Lord Jesus Robert Gillcspie, Dwavne Graham Jack Wall. Mike Wall. Terry Watson
Mat Griggs Richard Haagcr, Dar- Lucy Wcich. Susan Weiss,
Scripture Reading................... ......................... Rev. Francis Dickson rell Hampton Charles Hall, Mel- Lynn Wheeler, Marcia White-tide.
Hobe Sound Community Presbyterian Church vin Harrison Tom Hawken, Inez Apiil Willeke Myron Williams. I Ti
Head Cheryl Heath Linda Hen- John Williams, Sharlot Winebren-
Solo........................................................... ............Mrs.. Harold F. Platt sley, Sandra Herndon Betty Hig- nero Chester Wiiham. Orlando !
Wright and I lyndia Young I
Prayer................................................................. Rev. Forrest H. Watkins bee Josie Hogan Leon Howard .I \
Bruce Hulich Judy Hunt!, Barry "
First Baptist Church of Stuart Hunter, Karen Jensen Betty Jean Government experts look for a

Hymn ....................._.....?..................................."We Would Be Building Johnson, Nancy Johnson I9M gain in dollar volume of about s.
Karis Keck Jerry Kegley I 5 per cent pushing the value of i ''w w! .
Baccalaureate Address! "The Symmetry of Life"... Rev. Norman Feaster Wayne Kendall Kitty Kindred overall outlays to better than 65. ,
All Saints' Episcopal Church, Jensen Beach Tom Klubcns. Joyce Ann Knight (qU,000IAR) ) ) -__ t11'I"

Music Selection: ...................................... ..... Presbyterian Men's Chorus STUART TRAINING SCHOOL I

Benediction.................................................................. Rev. Louis Stanch! BACCALAUREATE SERVICEMount I
Tropical Farm Baptist Church CaUary Baptist Church J

." Recessional March .................................................,...Mrs, Marvin Keller Sunday, May 31-8 u.m. !

Po tluJc- rcludc- j

Carol Schwarz Processional, "War March of The Priests" .... .. Mendelssohn 0 .4 1I
Pianist t Mrs

Music, "1 he Church't One Foundation"... ..... i
Marshals! -Class of 1965....... Mike Crook Billy Slathers, Jill Mostcy. Wesley

Meg Eno Ralph Kramer, and Shirley Irons Scripture and Prayer.................. ............. ...The Rev. J. R. Thompson

COMMENCEMENT Chant "Sweet Hour of Prayer".......... ............. .... ... .. Bradbury
Music. "Dear Land of Home.............................. ........ Sibelius
Friday, May 29, 1964-8 p.m. S

Presentation! of Speaker....................................Mrs. E. A. Washington
Prelude........................................................................Mrs.. Marvin Keller .' '
Sermon......... .................................... .... ..... ..... Dr. James A. Walker : ,
Processional March............................ ............... ......Mrs. Marvin Keller : ..
Pastor Mount Olive OrlandoMusic
A.M.E. Church < :4"' .
"Pomp and Circumstance" :; 'I' :

"The Battle Hymn of The Republic".................. .....Wilhousky ,.I;1 ,/.... :: .f.
Lr :
.11" ,
Invocation-Standing........................................Rev. Newton M. Tweedy .oM ''w i 2\\
Jensen Beach Community Church Announcements- SIS GRADUATING; ('1.A Members of the senior class of Kick.. row Lures McCariy Willie Mason Arthur Hollowiy.

Salutatory............................................................................Virgnia Decker Benediction................................ .......... .. .. ....iho Rev C. S. Ratcliffe let't Stuart Training School to he graduated Monday. June I I. are Pauline I niter Joyce I'.pps.: unit Cora Coleman. Senior not present
Salutatorian to right front row: Sylvester 'lark. John Epps Luther 1 ewes for the picture are J lorem Ann (.Christie, Ronnie Bryant
I ,. % 4 Recessional, "W r March of The. Priests..Mendcbwhn Heickiah Watson and Conrad Patterson; middle row Carol Wash limmii- I Lee (a h. Marion Christie, Geraldine Jones Betty New- I
Valedictory..............._..?_..:.;,..:-f! '...........:: ........Arden Jane Brannan Ington. Mo/clla Davis.!, Gloria! Bartlett Agnes Roterf, Mhel: kiik.. and John Turner ,? ..-n J- I
Valedictorian STUART TRAINING SCHOOL Mac Epps, Gladys Alridge and Sirs E A. Washington! sponsor: I

Address I..........................."..............................._.......................Lon Tyson COMMENCEMENT EXERCISESSchool : - -- .
Student Council President Patlu

Presentation of Class ......................._...................Mr. James C. Woodall Monday June 1-8 p.m.
Principal Martin County Senior High School rcluderecessional-

Awarding of Diplomas .......................................Mr. Thomas L Crook "March l>roce ional.,......... .........................".......Marculli CHEVROLET
Superintendent of Public Schools
Mu.ic.: "How Firm a Foundation" .. ... ..... .. ............ Portogallo
Acceptance................................................................Orlando Scars Wright
Senior Class President Invocation ........................................ .. ..... .The Rev. L. W. Williams

Alma Mater.......................................................................Stand and Sing Salutatory, "Can We Make A Better World?"...............Cora Coleman makes all types of quality truckskJheJzNrJ

Benediction-Stand.......................... .. .. ..... Rev. Donald K Schroeder MUllic. "La Perichole"................................. ......................Olfcnbach I

Redeemer Lutheran Church Valedictory, "Key To Succe .".......... ... ...... ...... ........... Joyce Epps :

Recessional............................................ .. ..... ... .........Mrs.. Marvin Keller Music, "Concert Overture"................. .. ...................... .. ..... Johnson

PLATFORM GUESTS Presentation of Speaker.................... ........ Principal Ernest W Edwards

School Board .......... Henry Kindred Chairman, Frank DeStefano, Mrs.T. Address .... ........................................ ... .. .. ...The Rev. M. G. Miles
R. Chambers Mrs. James Odom, and Henry Gunn Acting Dean of Students, Florida A & M University, Tallahassee

[Trustees ..... ....Albert Walker Chairman Earl Dyer Ricou and warding of Certificates............... .. .. ... Mrs. T. C. Herbert
George Osborn
Presentation! of Graduates .................... Principal Ernest W. Edwards
Mr. John C. Gray, Supervisor Secondary Education tnlt ,
Awarding of Diplomas......................Superintendent Thomas L Crook > g Y. t tE

I Awarding of ScholarshipsAlma !- >E

MollerBenediction. i

To feel and Look ................. .. .... ... ........ .. The Rev. M. G. Miles
Q y"t "w1r 4aa 0a
Recessional "March Processional" Marcclli
Your Best Each Day, i

Get Your Hair StyledAt Four Teachers Arc I

Elkay Hired by BoardFour !

-t teachers have been hired i
by the Board of Public Instruc I!
tion. UIKTIVI ruNO, wt;
Barbara A. Curran and JoanP. aaa r r : : a aa
11 1 Newman have been appointedto
complete the school year and I a s a a s a "
to fill vacancies. Mary A. Minor
and Sylvia Karasinskl I were appointed -t ,/aaawaaraalat.. is a sea rs s s.a ,
uty Salon for the 1964-65 term subject or '_,
to the approval of school teastees. eosin tnM
I a1 air tllie 10m...... _
ahaehsr tha aan '
pnha Mal imam ya .n' a s sss ri
mat II to
NELL WALTON The shoe industry in this country yaw hmnoaa man
598,000.000 pain in s s e
PAULLNE SEGNA thru Saturday PHONE 287-4453 produced
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Registered Republicans! rHL r. NU.KI.IM;
I III a. 41k .M. ("... 1)
PS, Aiwa' ri.. HI> H411!
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I truck deals at Chevrolet dealer's .
anIl5ln&D'l&flUJ.mc ; now your
VOTE May 26. ; ; I' allamaTaa' ................................
AIM In ulra .......
a ".*.<.*. ip.r KkIM -1331
L The Pledged Slate for COLPWATER for PreMcltllC Y .. .Maraca MWl

IL ConEreMmMi BILL CRAMER for Republican National CommltfcemauIIL I 'a"IMf.t-l.."D.c41Ti! i. BILL GREENE CHEVROLET COMPANYI

I UL FRANCES SALMON for Republican National Cwnmlttetwooum. I ara.w.a..u. as a.rwrww snails m..aar w
aawr..w,-:'.S.aarrmi I
Paid for by Martin Co. Committee for Goldwater for President and Cramer for Nt'L Committeeman I COLORADO AVENUE STUART /! DIAL ATIaauc 7O1U i ir



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THE STUART (Tin.) NEW Thursday Mav 21. I9A THURSD-Conllnned SA TURDA Continued IONDAV.-Couffie.J STt',\RT s\ .nl\n WMMTR TOURNiMTNT

.,00 4 HB M,|. . Awards Given in
,01) 4 lI.ttl.l.ll 7.OQ. .
i P PI.b... I Of L 31)
r, the |I..... Peye (May
N at.n ,
tnt h. .
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_ COMPLETE TV 1"-12 I I fl.0... Ree4 10 Roller)) Derby) ;! I
PROGRAMS pa OUNDER: Fred C Vanielow. Fort Pierce .. < 'Ih 5 oz
...30 r. 7 Dr Xl)..' 11 TBA 10 caru".1III' Past Week for
Id.It Mr Three HOD. 4,30-f The Pr.kn..a' C.modp TIn.. SEA TROUT: William Ii. Stevens. Sewalls Point ... JO lb. 4 oz.
Bk. 4-WTVJ. (0>J') mo 2tvsrt.-Ihtnge( ..h.. .,00 4 Pernr Ma.." I Chamnlnnahlp) ) WrnlrkKporta. t'.1. one 140. ,."otlota I
R I-WPTV' Pi r'B (NBC.I :=: i Ik tftla e-Rlon., : to .Inmp (k .SI1roI I:::I'0r1 r.;: SNOOK: Mbrrii Seh ll. Jensen Bftich ........................ ... M lb. -
th. 7--WOKT Miami 114.BCI ": '" "' k..apjt. Q.a) 'I &'inb.... Catches
10-WI.IIW.TV. MImI (ABC. .) .4'r.; J hi; felcrtlmn; ait ,t". =: ,10-6.7, ? It.. (ttInr0 1.30t.. .... o.,..d'dI f.' (Todip! UtAClh. BASS: R. b. Fwtch, Uft* City. Jensen SavarrnM. 10 lb. 3 ot. Many
(". U-WtAT-TV W*.t Pal- Bewk art Httwa I .., 10.1' JImmy .... 8ho. hal, 6."i., '
not "o"'lb" for
(ABn.1VFDNFSDAY.> .? 1PR .h..._ (10,110-4 ...... N.' allah Jto.. to "..._ II B.D'''' Thoaspo BLUEFISH: S. L Cole. Fort Pierce ........................ 4 Ih. 4 oz.
6.7 .......,. 000u. .It' EI.. :::1::,: Stuart Sailfish Club issued
1.7 .... r5ai, F... BONITO: Mn. Cteo Cncoa Beirch. "M1trytIohIII citations
: ESD.\-<'onllnllrd I My.t.ry Th. ( ''t.' 1,00-I' N..... ) Weather Oapre
10.1 :f";ld""' ..It.) M I'.. .tG-.1 today 8uo. "' Boh Scnrmhcr .... 18 lb. 4 and buttons, to .the following .
MAY to II Comment-Art Oixa 10.12 ) .' (,9L) .. ho Odoort Captain of through Stuart Chamber
.30.0.4 Rawtlla.. _11:1.: II M.lIIn.. ., ol'
10 Pl.rhon
M.rfhI(0nn. I I'F'/ ...2.. W4wthi Mint>r.-Ailventur Bporlt .. .....:1J": .. t "' 4 __ I"4*.-It Adventbr Thu. 1---- ------ Commerce office:

( .. Monday __tIt : .... 11.-. H..... Whsdt 0PO'"H h O1Ifoo: ..1IIt ttk.. Hull") .tjIO-4 J .....1.. "AN R.o.h.nh. Put Pennmglon, Lake Wales,

4S-It Movl Vpaea. '"U= frartoonit tllttlorfty'Moxle ..iSO-.) New Weathe I II.U II NousI N.... .W..._. Sparta 4i4-I Rduoatlen) RuplollolMontov.nl t.!.i:7 i Four Counties Are InvitedTo sailfish. and Rodtick B. Grave

4 "nlatnond(* ( BikraMho*.' Pt .I t Hurtla.Jrlo' l., lUporlII 'I'-r--4 Mat).)r. "(HlnehOtrd'a' Tenr'l'o'Kl'rt.l It MOI'III.. Vero Beach, seven-foot 'Ailfih'fr"

1030--II A Whwr. WoHdAfteraooa JHlrht! Life on th. Gold Co.., tItO" with JoUoj. Caracl AIOM.vr 4' 0,32-4 So) r""ho" "m the "Oul/stream," with ('ar-

4.48. -4 Newa Wttfkr CMnklu' .. B Am did. Andy Give Recreation PlansThe fain Von .Jo.tlan.!!
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(010S! a* Monday. mpttHilS oThN41! Huntl.lrlllkl.,. ..) Two Guru ttom Mil.) I Frontier Ch"". 1 010ol.. ')Orrheatr. Wi..." .... I Jonn w '
-n Movie. "I Wonder Who' ..." reMuvle. 7 The) lenMnant. OC.o': ,, '..- luppcry.' indmn Har
I, ,.'iiif Her Now'I ,.110-4 Death' Valley D.,.. 00 IS nooumanne .:::; hour I Beach, tailfmhv from t h c
I '00 III Movlit, "They Met In Ar. I Huckleberry Hound I.a2-.h f )Jhwa( 1,30, -- 4 The Defender. 001$ In: : ." Florida Outdoor Recreation Trust Ibnd Is IhviteJ. "OoJIes," with Captain Frank
,. ', 4,00-ti MO,). t Jney R1.htm 1 Ifl.) ;
4.404, tint' MovlMovie .. "Th. At.ml. Rid" I!8Kri,: rnr.n.TiSO - - "- .. ,14-11 Walk I...114.( 1'1.' .. al Planning Committee will meet Fo? nWre Jorflplete" ) dctaHn. address C"songcdiFnos .

'.., 'Advenirr. of Hh.rlor' -4 CON Report FRIDAYMAY 4.00. _l.r Jni. '"Untamed" lO.ao. Mop- .1 otr1.: '; Li., on Thuriday, May 2*. at 9:30: Inquiries to Ney C Landrum Bradner. Seattle Wash
'.7 Th Vlrirlnlan Color! 0.30-4 (leolorl
rlnlme.l.oo. .-It You' Bear 10. *Adventure' of 0.... *n4 ISMoraine ho Hollywood P.I..'. Variety I 91.... f,,r Word (Cobol a.m. at St. I.ucic County coti'l"thotiw. dirfctc! IlcMld Outdoor Recreational I 'seven-foot sailfish, from the "Car-
.1-1. P.oto..hrEvenl" Harriett (0.0(0-f (lunnmoH* ft.1t P40. .I. HI." Planning CorVimittee, Ta!. tune."' with Caplain Louie luhn
;; 11.04
1,00-4, FYI. t 10,30-il Untauchablel M.Cop.
10.11 Patty Dlik* Show (Ram aa Monday *wtllill II Th. Ifcmuty ,.7 ('o".Un1nDl4 .,. ) \ Recreational. problem in Plan I Citations. went( to James Orrism .

Ino, 4.I N.Row'.. Weather ,110-4(ID Th rlunpenio.'......'* DattRhter -4 Rummer .Remeater. "Introdgihtkin litul0.1.lO,40-hI.ht I t.Mak It That II Na_..._ ,},"J )Lov.l hh.M.u..oo, Bo, nmg Region Mil which Includes Orlando. sailfish, and Dr. T
19 Movie. Golden "I'ISaon ... ..100e.v..,,,, BlllblllwI to Hpac/ Hrninc' I I:.00-10 +o... 1 In Roorta ft Jeopnrriy ((olorl SI. Lucic, Indian River, Okechobce PERMIT .IHN S. Pennlngton, Lake Wales sstil-:

.The feint I,>.iuu-10-11 II hut Movl,ria) ,......* ItCh.mpian.bip Ill44 !) WrwtHnf! lt-11 The Mla.lnLink) and Martin! Counties will ASPJO) NORTH FORK fish from the 'Oulfstream;" and

It.II BPen"ltaey 5'00-4 Movie) Paula'" 1\tJlo-t Other Movie' ) ,Wimittoutsoe (;reen Mr. Aftwa_ (be considered Application: ha. been made to to Mrs. Ward Sutherland, Cocoa

..JO-4 Dick. Van Dyke .7, Moo)., "Wild and Woo,," Movli "Thor." 11.110-4. tI.... interested In recreation, the Beach eighteen and one-half-!
8 ((0.00-4 Dannr Kay* Mho* -t Cooklnl" Wit _*, 10 Mob), "Mp.touioo b..t..r" Anyone Department of the Army by
4-7 rieventk Hour AllernoM .0 "t*>l,.ht ........ 7iv-;. PInt lather|n"",,"..'o"o.<. Color particularly in acquiring new recre. General Development Corporation pound dolphin, from the "Can-

It Dick Powell. Tb.stt.If ((0.t.t. .. Mond.y. ....II t'' SI 1.00-10..20-ho S .1')""? 'r* te>.* '. -' Mo.I. "'Ku-."b"h" alion lands through financing provided for a permit to construct a bee." with Captain All Raphcl!.

11.too...Ihannln..4-1.7-11 N w. Waatbw. Sparta 12.11M..In.liOO. -II Movie). .11.Hollywood'._' Cit..." _II Nlnhtwawh Dane Club. how No. I ; IM.4 a.' Truth'-! o.a' for. leilueUce. *(Color) I by .the Land Acquismo I timber marginal wharf, t piCr with J David A. Roddcnbcrry. Vero
II 1.w-IIlI Bhaeel I.-. ... It'll T.toAa.o: I i iand 3 Beach six-foot eleven-inch sailfish .
of f f't'o'r..h"P. 'ml) Ford finger pin's to place twelve
) 11111I Movie. 'Forty Ontta'tlt3G. 4>30-4. Movie) '"..1.1 Booh. .*, TrAvie. ItoH-il ) 1145Oobtttno I..h'' I William A. Shorts
? Tonlrht orb ( i mooring
'- Johnny 111.... 0101 Movie' t*. ll,00--64.l1, Moo. piles, in the St. Lucie
Canon (Color) 'Route. 9'.t"5.45i It.Con.: of tnV I STUART SANDS NEW River North Fork on the northerly I Beach six-foot, .ten-inch sailfish,
It Movie) Too Yonm I o Know tin.; of th. Lonri "iUpbAv"MAY so J.1'1? 'U1* $pellblnder"II ) CORFORA11ON hERE I Mrs, Clco Gagne. Cocoa Beach
: shore 'at
II Starllfht Theatre ..-I Mo,.).. Intathar.I ... Theatre, applicant's/ property
I l0I-u0 Mlhtwivcb MoTta4.0ft Hnrklebrrre' Hound 14Momln't I tot-II Debbie' Dr'". immediately Ife..rlof!. / Green- eighteen-pound four-ounce bohlto
of State Tom Adarti )
BeautynonSSIONA" -II Movl.. U fl.ollif) W.....,, evoit .."**-' Sour atid, t.. liter,. Mon, Secretary $ ridge! P nt. The" wharf and seven-foot *ailfsh| A, Michael.
"' wed.. Frl. Toplb 1'u.... COlli..... has announced the chartering of 'proposed
r n FiTs"b AY 5.00-4.' tI... :;: .IM.. I'' I MobS aed e>**t**> 'rh"ro. Stuart Sand!, Inc. Inc., Stuart. au. would be ,sixty-i i" feet long extending Winter Park seven-foot two-inch
MAY tiMornlnt I *.. Wrath.' 7.00Coat.on.o.ll. : ) I.a_ Now.I into. saillish Edith Carlisle Stuart sevenfoot
NM tdn
ill ,,)Io, ""ifirt Prom. 3.nb4 II bOI)0 I Farm AlmanM .10-4 AV" World' ...... thorized stock100: shares of common feet:! \ the waterway twdfinch sailfish
) f Cartoon* GIrt of value filed 4 from an existing bulkhead and Mary
:ttllle no My
5I: 7t':1:: .1* Na Ito-i II. M, O".t-Dh........ par which, lies Scrimsher Stuart seven-foot two-
(".",. al Moni..f enceptl t\\iM aS.-. in real estate and construe along applicant's high-
Kewa, Weather. Sports ll PnmM* Tim dealing
BEAUTY CAnEVIRGINIA 4:11...4 Bummer Hemeater. "Modern II NewiiM ,,30-1 rartoon-o-tlll.) 0.P t.t.;: ho:4. .lilial (CIor'' tion. Incorporate are Robert F. water sh reline. It i is also propos inch"' sailfish! from Ihe 'Marybbb
Comparative from lino Heat at tht 1.11t.11 ... \HI. with Captain Bob
I ><* I Aarltnltur Report. N. Scrimsher.
1.110-4 May)., "Hlncerely yo..." Huntley) .BHnklar Report 10 Pan America ..10-_ Hn.. Port, Me Roberts Jr., Mallory L, Johnson ed U construct a pier eight feetwide
1 Movie) Dl.mond Hmeihoe" I'). I ID The Jetiona ..U lunrla. Theatre ,., Th. Dortora and Peggy lowery, all Of Stu and 186 feet long extending
Allernoo* li Nlxht Life nr the( (dole: Coat ..DO-4 G....... rarertte II Day In Court from the center of the Wharf and The lop part. of (the earth's upper .
(Ram a. Monday .......U ... "|4S_4 Kawa' -Walter' Orotikn CartsonaBilllwlnkl 00.-i.? N.wa art.) nmnlte-to J about tOO
.y 11 ill-I Movl) "The Tailor) Maid) I.' New*-Hantler. Brink.,. t (0 (.Ini Howard an* Women' Nwt terminating In a T-head sixty- milesbelow ;;
I,00Movie., "Hollywood C.ot.au'h.4 10 Newt tamp., ..r., StOft4 Ta Tell- *h* Tta..._-* six feet long Five finger piers I the surface--Is not uniform

KINNE Owntr .Pt... I II .) "Barricade" TiOO Iff -Ron 4 ,Rob Coehran; 'Hop*: '-Newt'.., '011 bra* KM1't I!:. Mornlnt.11 Bl., Mack Pliyhraa) ,10.11.7 t.u.ftypa'General Ho.plta; I UtMM V-ContinuctiIt ; about thirty feet long would be under the United Stales, the only

Operator. ) 0. )' A....." Mad....,. heatre: 'Man 'In 0..." ...--. Fe>tval. of rifts |,M4 N... lb..O-4; Man". ''Loo. LMtrT'. constructed on each side of the area for which this information Is
.r4tI"i'i"Q'::: T Ihe .... ISOId.: .. Of hI.- ,
: Honermociner* aO-H Cl"' City ) 11.30-04. now available
TravelerKvanlnf Ton.h .101 C.
FRANCES REDDISH 1-7 U"D'" pier. The deck of the would
11 I'.i.ln Parade t c...... Boy You Don't Ray Color) : pier .
NETTIE CRISWELL TtSO__T International' Bhowllra;; 14 P.a.A...........* 10-11 Queen fir bay. Mnvl. "fl ( W. With Women" be about three feet above mean :--- -- ---
ItOO. -.... New. Wtbf, Sport 10.11 n...., U Vlrtory Paptl.t OiapriiOO4 4 00-4 Secret Storm y
T 1'1"' ... WeatkvrIt ':SO-4 Rout laIT Thki. la Ik. LIT* 4 Match) Ut,.. 12>,1 -bterliuhi 10 Kfitilnh lb un Now high water.. Twelve mooring piles 5939
Moviethin) Clipper'II ) Bob Hop* 1 To.. ,. T Mickey Moua. Club .. would be placed between the finger
.,.ouI ) '.;'.;:.*$ 10.11 Burke'a' Law l, Pan Amerlran.IS 10.IS Major/ A...., Trallmaatev 4iO I 0 II II Hart NIohowitue.. ao. I ek: 1QfltEmLrhL
Now Featuring 1.11-4 I..uts StaG-f Twiiliht)) Z...* Lower Llrhihou.) :t.30-4. Mao).. "The Moon I. Down'" piers. six on each! side of the!
Hew.tiSo 0.7 Tw Tw Tw 'ilt-I Th* ....*.. Heart 4 Make Room for Daddy - main pier.America". \
Pedicures -I )New 10.11 Tho Prf. I. IIlrIi .i 4-4 Faith for Today T Movie) Border. Inot .nl" WEDNESDAYMAY Q m.orial
ntUx-BHnkler !Itapott. .0.00-4 Alfr.d HI'.h.) .... The Chrlntopher. IK-IS Major Ad..... TrallnaaUe. ST ,
... 0.7 Joek P... f $ooo. *f Filth 4,01-I Mn.. '
Relaxing Facials t I N.Nl.ht Weatkav life of the OoId C.sst 10.11 I'hrh' ", 0' the Took 15 Blbk Talk) 10.11 American N......*... MornlnfSum ;; consumed about I 170 ("c% :t, 'i, It/J :
>t4t-4 Nawa-Walter Cronaie 10..0-4 Portrait. ,11 Comedy Tim' .00-1 t RnpiirSl44 ... pounds of red meat in 1963. a ; ?
,., Mewa' -Mamley.. Brill..... 11 Wyatt Karo ',oaTh.* Living Wr4 I 0 Woody Woo.lpok..O ( .. Monday. except) ,,, "' f' '
,. (0.45-tO Mike That" Kpar .eS.n'.da... It L." Tim. ',,,0I'.d.r Show six-pound increase in a year. Most .
WE ARE NOW OPEN t-Oil 4 th Petticoat* Doctor Junction : too-4-l-1.iv ftewa, .... ..*... tStOO-f Limp Unto K, F.ut ,10-18, ABC N.... ,00-4, MovieMeet M. After th* ,of the gain hIlS been in beef. .. .
Movie. "Rlanta of Thmwly" It Newall2S F.'" For ToOap hit-h Pi.hif. Wothor. ....... Ph '
MONDAY tbn SATURDAY ,11 7 Paa.ln. Pt'.. .. 4 Movie, "took bl Xn, Window"I t Oulti Swell Votoo -I Thl. 'la Ih. Storpolaobti 7 Tovle, "Ml tie) Old New Yonts"lOiJO.)0 ., :
..110-4 .......0.. iSO II.1 Tonlrht) wHh Johnnf Careo Prntaotiitt WoMfclri) Hour A. W.... 'WaiiAfto'.oe) i
304 OSCEOLA AT 7-6JM .., Sst.hI..ohoIl 10 Movie) Whlpla.h") Iota.5etob Up tol Line .. -4-1 Now., Weather. ...... ProfessionalHearing ".
NlfhtwaKa Vkr1t4iOS ) P1000'
Fllntaton Color -
Thus ( 1 New..
-It Moo)* No. I f LI.h. WeatherIt IR.JM H Motto _***
_....'__-_____._ .__.._ __._<1._.U.....__..___ ..._..... .4I, ,_..n- or -- -_ -_ _- : 1to{ r Bible Mimei Talk II Bport.Movie) tUx boOrs, "Invl.lble Rtrlpe., t215_;I Movie, '""Ix I... F.thom."NO" Service

SATURDAYMAY 11 tOO Polo Smith I .1011 Comment JAY A. Inn'1 there someone "rn
-4 Gamer* 1.00-0 Movie. "Rllrerboat Rhythm BYRNE you
4tll-It Newt, Weather, .
I IS I Movie" "He;>p.rate Deaparadoa 1'1.' .. Sport.II .. 0-4 Movie.. 'Three Houn to Kill"itillty always remember
MorningIII f That I May Re* ..._T Hi.b...,. Patrol Man)., ( By.tandM' Certified Hearing AidAadklogisl
: 10 Jcwl.b, Worihlp) flour OtiS-a Pbonwrapa. .
!-I Runrla) lemelter, 'Modern .18-4 Weather 7
Stay Comparative) Pram from 1180' ,11 .Flrat "B.ptl.t) Chunk .S0-4 1'/'/.... o-a-a ... 0porte. "...* J1"f -
I lltM--4 Watron Trail. .V
.. it .
4.45-10 Armed Force a Huntley-Brinkley Report N. Sod WathrEvenlnf .
I Movie.' 'The W.rlan'I Specialists in Hearing f
I.IS. -10-11 New ., I T Newa, Weather) Quality .;
Rralea J.ntlre) II Night Life th. 0,11' Coaat 10 Movie) at Hli, 'Lone Gu.." K
TtOO-4 Cartonn-o-vlll) ) 11 Mai. for Bbut-rm on Aids Batteries, Ear Molds and
p I 45-4 New.-Walter Cro.. ,. Or'n Comment
Hrc'rr.u.c"'w') -, ri B,.**.. oil Repair All fJ.
I "a.ii 4S 1-7-New.-HuPtley. Brlnkley 4--7 Be* Hunt of Makes.
I ,0 cartoon C.rnlva )... II Nawa-Ron C.... It 1'1.... Weather. BponaNawa ....
; ; II tow.7t0eI .110-4 Mr fed II 107 Atlantic Are., Ft. Pierce
Through $ Comedy Tim Aftentea* a Jimmy Strickland' Show .liHM* New' E.OCEAN BL\'R. TUAI .FLA. I
,..-.. "A.'.. Force on Parade* '1.001I.ld Journey T Rlprord I Huntlev-brlnkley' ReportJ (Opposlu St. Lucte Bank) [_ _( ('o0o.(.AT.7-'tSOO

I ,T,10-)Fun I Club Arrleultaral Report e T ComhatIt "mnt)., Clr.) .. T130 13 -1'nnMiiK 4 lo Tell Pnrntl th. Truth !It J ?::JSftS! : t e....ji.Ii4 ,HOward. 1.3035 .J.1

I .10 Lone K nrr. Alumni' Fund a.7 '*' .'.. "t'olln''ou.. l"'".)ln ." .-:.4 New*:' *aii.r Cranklt'
Ij I T.BH. .-J Oenlea Frteida II flolf) HhrhtHitht. 10.11 Outer Limit ,., Nowe-Huntley. Brtnktov
4.00. -4 Coral ION..I.* 11.10. -4 Amateur Hour I,00-4 I".. Got Secret T100"4 Death Valley Dart
M I Ad..ntan. n..,.. People. ) of tho Book 5.30-i biicy Know I Huckleberry. Hound
ay- .'I I Fun Club t Comedy Matlne. 10-11 W.,.." Train Tolor\ .") t 8,r...'" UUkco)) '
It luearfootU 10 Teen Bc.n. ,tOO 4 Danny ThomaaiSO II usA.
I f'I Mambo Mayhone tOoI.74 Mooust) T I..:,. _:: =4 Aivly) Griffith): 1ig" Report",_, "
f .. -
., _II Mornln) Phtyhra a4 )jIptsooA'ad)' the Rtar -
** I. ) ,12 O'.ln and H..t
lilt-It Uncle Bolo -4 Shirley temple 19 Bre.klnir Point
I .190.-f Spice Anrel 0.1 Rt. toubt v.. Mllwaukr II McHnlca) Navy' 5.00-10.12.: P1ttp Daho Show
: r 10 Bug. Hot,. 10 Bowl ll: hick' 10'OO-.4 Naked, Lily. t no-I .Hitcpeniie
But If TOO; cant, let The Sfcnrt News follow you on your "'OO-4 Alvln, Rhow II DI.) .....p lt-7 !Milch\ ) Miller. I 10-12 "lb..rrr".Hrlttlr..u.hto.; "
I Hoanho 1130. -10 Hour of Rlar 10.'" Breaker Polo ''eo-g ) ) )
Vacation. Thrre will be a lot of newt In Martin County 10 .Banjo Blljy Derby 11 I.o..n. .1 A..... 10,30-4 Broadway Goe* LatlaII (.., The Snlnt CRUISE
about election torteV to the Inland Hew it Mornlnt .; .*.' SiD* III)) Dlrertlonai -4-1-7-10-11 N...... Weaib*. 11-12 Ben Caaey
Summer tap* ;. '
".ill_It Uncl) Sob 14 .DUitovery) 14 ,30-4 Dick Van Dk.
and many other thlnp Out will tnterttt you MId affect you. 'itO-'4 .Superman ,11: Laurl, and Enotd0f. 11,21, -.-4 Show "$HometMn for Ihe- I 10.11 Our Man Rl .)lm
-T RaN and Red** tOoletl' -, Per.pedllv') on ( ......,.. lllnl.) 10.00. -4 Danny Kay' She
..rty. Mall your iubcriptkHi or tetrptone i*. W. H fcladly thl'l 10 Aniwen F&aa* ID.lt Movie) "'(,'... Lltht 10 Movie. "Juk* Girl"' t-7 Flvnth 1 Hour
3.30. 4 Hold Journey It Htarllnht Th.atra It Dick Powell Theatre
ofk II Roller nerb
mall addrtw wbh. *
u air
r ,our yon 10.00. 4 Quick Dr** \\toO..... 6. People) bf th. Book 11.80-1 Moo) II Chinnlnc
I-T Hector Het oll (Color) Combat .liOS-10 gpanl.k Mewl 1,00_4-5.7-1* N.w., .** .. Boon '
10 DLcoverle. In: Bcleno) tO Hand.V Matinee II Nlehlwatch' Movl. .II ._)Rill Shade. ) FROM MIAMI ANY TIME
lO.lnWIO tlncl Bob .OO-4 Lttloot) H.hoI 4,08-11 llovl II .U-f Movie) "llorhtitw"Iiuo..t."P
pt1.1 ot Oh. Book 'r."loht with Johnny. Carao
10.30-4 MIghty Moua. - - -
Rates In Ihe U.s. Canada One Year $5.00 ,.7 XL I (Color) 0 ('nmb.tII 1 0 Movie. Tomorrow li. For.v.r'II
anywhere or ; 10-11 Malo Land Jolt TOllrn..t. TUESDAYMAY Rtarllffht) Theatre -- .

Sin MonttiA $2J t 3 Mouths $1.39 "I-T tOO-4 Rln. 'Tin* Ti Ml*.. kto-.o.11 Tt.J.It.DI.1'J': 24 OF YEAR !

(Of s resident of Martlrt Cwrhty i My part tot ht yew $4.50)) ... --1r 4=Hy.:If.,'*...,... '::_ C--. I t "... :1 MornIng;; RCA VICTOR
.1-4 Rummer .
.. Semeiler 'Mod.r.C..mp000)In
'.1 Fury I a IIrln. "11.St.) "* Every Friday 5 .}
10 A........ Plea.* 118-I. how. Drama p.m.
Name ............................................-_...._..-__...".-............ II Beanie) and Cecil '100-4 Moid Venture .O-'U Molly lurnn
11144-10 B.njo BillyArternee))) '.7 Wild) Klnitilum 10-1'.rOO-4 Movie Homemekere. Stolen Pue Heaven* "LivIng Color" IVPERFORMANCE 7-DAY CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160

Street ...................................._................................................... 10.11 .Tusiln..torotisi. All Pro Reorehnar4. 7 Movie) "Orrheatr Wi....' Pt I .
.i>>-1 0.& C.U... Bowl After***. I '.# (tnckrt SHIP AS YOUR HOTEL..AND ALL MEALS)
Zip IItoo-4 Sky Klni 7 Blu.' AnreiaIt (0... .. Monday eieept)
I Bullwlnkl (V.10.4) liiinea and Anew ft.IS .
I City......................................<.Slate.......................Code..............., T Youth and th 1.00. II Top fiat Bowling)) --4 Movie Lov ,of'Forhlddtn kite Rtreet"Itoo
Itol-IG, Collei I : Prodi '.3 t-7 Camr% I 10 Movie' *8tranire Bltrtaln") COMPLETELY CONDITIONED
II Pu.. Runny ir4S-It riihliii." ) W..t.... SportS 4 SO 4 Movie) The River'I KdaVT ) ,' .4 .. lq })
11.30MI.m' Matlne) to hi,*, ..th... ...-. Movie. WhUtlllnt)) In Dixie1' :
I TIlE STUART NEWS It DUroverle) In .Bctenc .,So-; Dnta11netam. ,00-10 The runny' Company l'. LUXURY STEAMSHIp.ARIADNE
II Am.rlnn D.nditand ... 4.30. "-1 Itr.'.. Kid. \
:J P.O. Box 1047 Atlantic 7.1550 IISIO Bclenc) ) t.0 1-7 Mart th* Pma (Color) 1
11..1-4 Loi Ancelea Anircl. va. N. T It Miami Praia Ev.nln.Comn ;
Yankee. Cpnferenp* ..00-.1 N..... w.._ .Sport.I .
J 1.00-.,., n............ 'U CKamvlonilitD Brldr) 1'1..... W..th.r H: '
; L __ J tO -It We Want u ItD"h.t. _
II Maverlrk .,. .. to )" Mix .mIt14." ;1. n,
1.30. -5-7 Ht. Loul.,) ... ltlwinheiha ) It :'KroreboarJtM 1ui0-i lol' ;,::,

Almost Everyone Listens To II Know Wreatllnit) Your Bible Praetured 4 Hawaiian Flicker Lo OtISSoohont It N..., Weathet. IparwIt PROVEn-

WSTU ', Rtar *nd th. Store e N.... R
Florida roraaIt
RADIO STATIONMUTUAL Watch Mr. Wi... Hootenane ...as-4 Weather RCA VItroioffers (Every: cabin with private bathroom facilities)
It ....
)Haturday nOD ,11 Nltktlir: ) on the Gold, C.... ,30-4 1'/'/ .
II H.lurdnr Matlne) ..4Slt 4 Huntley.Brlnkley. Report.
NETWORK tWL TIME 1450 K.C. Ii304 Bold) ollr..., TiOO-4 taael Paenlnii) lOolori Farad. It Maverick a
4 Ln. Ancole) vi. ChI... 1-1 BIll Dana Show II NUht LK of th* Gold! Coaat ONl .YEAR WARRANTYon
... .J m__' ._ 1.1'.Z4tMomoota .11 Newa, Hporta,' Weatker .,._4 Newt'/ -Walter 0.....'..
.1 S. TlSO4 Mr Faeorlt Martlaa' II New. all parts Including your
!MOID 4.V tkr) IATHMDAT 3 tOO-I Lhamploniihlp) Wreiillnf t-7 Wklt I Dlioer <( 1.20 hKWI .vnvottilt II Ill? .It-It Fmplr l Bear
SrhIPh NFW AND WEATBEltI TiHO-11 lllVrKKNADIO' 3:30: 4 Hold) Journey 5.00-4 Kd: Sullltan Skew ? Movie 'Goodbye, Mr. Chip* EXCLUSIVE SALES &: SERVICEFRANK'S
1,441 ...."r' toanrH : I ....t. non. ti s 4-7 Oot'tdtto.tI ID Potpourri
hewa every kalf her I ('..,. I '.b..... Arreat ant Trial I' Pa..)' Farad
: t* l.l"rter at ft5Vteatker O4 M...* TtlO-I-T Mr. Novak TV
TO : at TtOO. RtMBlrt.day : : Tin ,, It00. -4 Celebrity.' Canto 10.11 Comb.t

((5.05 S ,okw. wad UaltJ Itdr 1.30-( San.H..n.' ....,. 'tOO- 4 Bll Know. "It Happen* Every and APPLIANCES (Ocho Riol> & Kingston)
M ion
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Lnl II.... M IrtM) ... Ml4W. "Nll.shpr..al NOH .... .0.I.The..... Co.flalntf .). Canton ISO"Mo".n.IIptl"." of ....." Hradqartm for irttti i full day In NASSAU en route.

10-11 McHale''* Winy Sailing other
American every Friday 5pm.
._- "Harder My SI...)" ,00"-'., Richard) Boon Show "Llvtag Color" TV

$ DAT krrniotT "n'RO" euinoATlltM Sl v"le. 10-11 Color) )arcate.t Show on Barth 72S Colorado Dial AT 74456 (alternate Fridays... Cruise to
0' -f ft... Ifp Li...t
Ie'nM Wri. *f ....at. IBaMIM Ckarrk 1.10-4 Jack Benny PUERTO RICO and the VIRGIN ISLANDS
Otita 000' % orhsr )rpapf Metk.r4 Il.li4.+- Sew*. __tit.. BporUllileITlilovIe T Dick) Powell)) Theatre. )
10,11: 1(01(0415 It5 !:C: $3: M"!:! l.o oo os.. : 0'Orl |0OO.,..,-Bell 4 Garry Moor 8h.,
Telephone HourIT
10,80 .' 5 : ( .*rkt WIth 8I1,....
IIH N .. : : Andy William (alt. .....t) (oolotl
10.1)0 orl4 Of Mu' .tk) I Man'*. "1-: Yu In My DreamkT "
i..us .tark Popart ;n:: ta.rfd .t Musts IStM New aoiII .OVH>. -Fury M Fwnac Creek* 10-11 The Fualtlv rt
: .. ....... t 11.00.-4..7.11 N.... Tort-. pone
11"03 h'l;: .f ...... lI.nll ".rl, lot ....... :::::" r.:..'.."..: ;:..'.. I II Government Miami u. of ,II. Paw l* II N... ._- _
1It113 Wt horsus U l'.ot Ifrus. i.4. Opuwo4o 14 It Nllhtwatek I II" 0-.11 N.... Want),., ....._
)Wc.rjly) iMI Mrtln Caly = ,,. AI.si tais *:104=11 Movl No to.

EOfUl, "....... III..... 11fN1 ::::t 5 a>....r II.....". : MONDAYMAV
12,011 M.rtlm c.. 1'1.... I.ut Aft..OM II..... .liM RanMay (ereaadeim Sttil L
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13133 : R' 4a7 1*em .4*
11 := =
110M Otork. $.... 1.00 1,20: A h.w.pa.- .... ..liM l New..ndar* lr.*4* ....... ... .olS-1.$ kloe..nj, C1irot-'. _

: :.:' :;:m**. ...... =.iw in* n Slew** ...... :IHM :: 4i7' 9nm4elft 0,00.CoIMfo.ductkm-4 Rummer to Spa.Remeeten Rclncr Intr*

iriUI T0 l.ae* '(II .iM He4 .kWiriM : NewaI CIi lift *t tk* Air
: KtaeIrM I-T Continental
0' Mew I tun o e t Ckwarooei (Color)
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(Mkt. 11usd "
liOK Mek .011 Her*** t* \t* 4 4 fiwa I* RpubkT
.. ,
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Pamela Kay Aston Jo Feldman Brae MUlon' llulk-k Wllllitin Thomas Martin Anne Rice Carroll Albert Vaughan Jr.
Slunrt Charles Dablneau Mary llonora Ferra Judy FU: .. Hunt Gary Phillip Matthews Miiirnn lay Him Aturvln( Hardy Waldroo
Charlei Iranklin Baker Kenneth Alden Fool Barry Charles llunlrr James Arnold Maurice Cynthia Ann Samtt-k Mkhatl James Wall
Arden Jane Brannun Glee; Nan Foster' Karen Elizabeth: Jensen Jewell Ana MayNancy Bruce Alvin' Sundell Terry l.e. Walton
Patricia Anne Britton Carl Henry Fuller. Betsy Jean Johnson Campbell' McCormick Alan Robed Jk-kaeftr Lacy Carmella Wekh
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COOKE, Mayor, City of Stuart

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Stuart, Martin County, Florida ;

Entered u aecond-claaa mail matter at post office at Stuart. Florida

Come to StuartONE '
MEMBER OP: ; S .a rr
OF the great attractions of our areis
NATIONAL i the ease with which the hitherto obscure/ c
become. relatively important rapidly. ,
LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager ALONG with our publicizing of sailfishmg 3 ... II 1 M Ma
and the Committee of lOO'i plugging for light
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year two yean industry, we should advertise: "Come to Stuart I
$8.50. (Subscriber living part of tho year in Martin County may pay at these rates) -und Bo Somebody"

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50 .

Six months $2.75, three months $1.75. I'LOPLE who have never been identified

Foreign and Canadian rates on application anything more impressive than "that fellow v ) wl

.. or "you with the brown hut" in their former
places of domicile can-be a President a Director

at least, a Chairman in Martin County
We're All Proud You
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: community within a year, if they play their
curds right

A Good Word for the Graduates LADIES. formerly unknown past three I

neighbors down the street either way, will find I

Who Will Get Diplomas Soon here a marvelous opportunity to rise and shine

:- as Matriarchs, Regents, Matrons or, at least
vice-somethings of half a dozen important

Congratulations, graduates This is a great Once you get tagged as a phony you'll be a auxiliaries

occasion coming up and we are all proud of fraud all your life If you're "a,slow learner," s
study harder The lazy bright ones are more WE BARLLY skim the surface in our listIng -

you.You are, for the most part, "our home apt to be kicked out than tho slow, determined of t 116 organizations on the buck page ot

youngsters," although some are the childrenof pluggcrs at least gating an "A for effort" The Stuart News each week. Actually, there

comparatively recent residents. Anyhow, Accept personal responsibility. If it should must t be 3X( ), if we faced up squarely and SWANS AND PEACOCKS ARE EQUALLY AT IIOME ON THE JENSEN BEACII ESTA1E OF TilE RALPH EVINRUDES

it'l good for all of you to know that from now chance to be that you find you lire poorly counted the circles: and committee groups inthirtysix i .
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on, wherever you are and whatever you do, equipped for higher education, don't blame churches, the junior baseball organizations -- --- --

there will bo close tie between you and Martin Martin!! County High or anybody but yourself.It and the clubs in all the schools quite I amazing that Randolph public land on Hutchinson (now out-runs back in and asks "What

County. was here for you but you dodged it. The Hodges director of the Florida used! partly by Elliott Museum) number am 1 so I can tell my
Your home. town newspaper\ In yean to proof will be that some of the "squares" in WE OFFER oportunity unlimited for afflatus Stale Board I of Conservation, was cleared we succeeded with husband-Oh, is that good-Oh

come will be reporting your activities at universities your graduating class will be doing fine. of the human ego, ranging from vice .. should be trying to promote more considerable effort to save clumpsof well, goodbye have to ruth
in the armed services, in business and chairmanship of the Over Eighty Shutflcboiird- I commercial fishing m Florida and seagrape trees. Everything else home and cook." She waves to us
in marriage.Our We hope that all of you keep on learning ers to being Valedictorian of the Tiny Tots c: trying to find new markets, so that went and now replanting has as she leave. Happy? Yeah
and particularly that learn how to deal "marauder" started with
you the can have a placeto ; crotons which cannot Then there are the last-minute
best wish for all of is that Kindergarten class
you you with people. People are much tougher,\ to learn graduating sell his catch. Here again, the stand salt airl) Ed Mennmgcr voters who work until late, mak
discover your goal early and carry them out. about than English literature, advanced mathor commercial fisherman in Martin once identified for us some thirty
ing it before the
just close
Some of know what want to do and IP YOU fought in American The opinions expressed are those polls ,
you you
be any : County has spent most of his life to. forty tropical native oceanside
physics They can mean, dangerous, of among them John Dumich and
." some of you don't That's a common human cranky, stupid, treacherous,. egotistical, self. from a tank or at a desk, can sail a boat, like the writers. If desired, litters at this hard work, and is unprepared plants, bushes, trees on Hutchm- Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bitch
difficulty. With some it's a lifetime frustration. centered animals, birds', gardening, fire fighting, farm. are printed above a nom de plume for other jobs. To have all son Island We hoped that private
or kind loving big-hearted, helpful,
but without The knowing Of this 1
never News course, year would
We are not to preach about it each ing collecting these people unemployed might developers would l like to
going ; per. painting stumps, dogs, playing
spiritually blessed, courageous and wonderful. the name of the writer Let- Clam: have missed those who passed on,
son is an individual and what appeals to one golf, fishing or conservation, we have an )Important present quite a social problem and use these. But only the
Some of them have a mixture of those attributes ten sent in anonymously are filed fathful voter such as Naomi Hitch
does not to another However, if you really good and bad Position open for you. in the waste basket.-The Editor. Fair Play, It you visit tne Sand- Shepards have appreciated and ing, Esther Schoonmaker and
:find that goal to aim at, it is amazing how sprit Park in Port Salerno, just kept the glasswort, seaside goldenrod Jean Swartz.
many doors will open and how "the impossible" If you can learn to deal with people, really IF YOU are just good at eating and breathing WOMANS! AUXILIARY make a note of the license plateson yaupon, railroad vine, bayberry We board members always griped
be achieved. understand them, dodge their danger and make IS APPRrOIUIVE: the cars which bring thousandsof mangrove and scores of
can choose to reside in one of our com others. it was too hot or too
Don't be disappointed if you aren't an instant the most of their good qualities, you will"haveIt munities, we will start you off as Program Editor Stuart News:, people there every year. You cold in the open voting place but
financial success. Most of us in the world mode. Adjusting to people is the hardest Chairman for the Civic Association But do The Woman's Auxiliary of Mar- will find a large percentage from Fifty years from now, Reed'sgift we always came back and worked .
thing to do in this world and brings the most other counties, which have banned to Martin County may pro-
descended from titn Memorial Hospital wishes to again. generally bad two
today art a long line of fin. not be discouraged by so slow a start As it net fishing, I.e. Palm Beach vide the only natural oceanfrontin
ancial (idiots, including those who advise others benefits' -if you can do it properly. becomes generally known that you are avail thank you for the fine coverage etc Florida, untouched by "im or three complamer but all in all,
: what to do about it Lastly, keep full faith(; in God, your Country able for a of and it won't you gave our group in honor of We most< voters are very pleasant and,
position pomp power, National Hospital Week We are It is certainly news to me that provements. hope that his restrictions as for me, I like people and enjoy
Those of who are going to off to and yourself. You'll find ,cynics who will wave be until will
you go long you are a Commander, a Commodore grateful for and Rand Estates have a fresh water fast through working with and meeting the
: college-the more the better-will run into the shallow atheism in ftont of you. There will or, at least t, Grand Caller for the the space used your in support the presentation trout pond. If there is one, these any future political efforts to putit public and that is what it takesto
same sort of stuff there that you have already be detractors of our national way of life. Therewill Square Danccn of our work. "marauders" .must have a rough to "better use for the public." work on the election board to

: encountered in high school, only worse. There be persons who will sneer at human/ values It is encouraging to our volunteers time carrying their nets overland Charles Val Clear, make a pleasant day for all

+. will be the temptation to dodge classes, to run and at moral standards WE HAVE a crying need for those willing to see all the visitors we have I feel sure that Rand Estate has Jensen Beach Bill and I will be spending June,

with the fast crowd, and to pone. If that'i your Use your own.. good Judgment. Nobody ever to accept official posts There is such a short had to tour the hospital and have enough employes to stop t h II"trespussinl' I ANOTHER GROUP IN July and August in Yellowstone

speed, go to it, but you won't be going any. went far wrong believing in his own worth, age that one man has been forced, reluctantly, their blood typed this past week. unless they each pay PRAISE OF AMBLER Park. Expect to see our friends
I where. The colleges are full and they regularly acknowledging his Creator, and standing up to act as Chairman of the County Commission Our members feel it is all due to their 25 cents. again in the fall. Kindest regards
The Walton is
flunk about 30 per cent of the students in the for his country for four whole years your full and complete details of Izaak League very Editor Stuart News: to all.
wide-awake and with the
tint few months. P.-'And all that for us who aren't our work in The News Thank cooperation Our group would greatly appreciate Very sincerely,

,,, :The best policy Is to be honest Don't j>ose.I graduating too goes WE HAVE so many societies in Stuart, you Woman from all Auxiliary.the members of the have of stopped the commercial all daylight fishermen net fishing publish if this The letter Stuart we News have would sent Mrs. W C. (Vie) Armor

:( fraternal groups and sororities, that the firsImpression t during the tourist season to W. E. Ambler Stuart ANOTHER COMPLAINT
.A of the casual! passer-thrtregh Is'thdt'we .,H, .',,, Mrs:t. Margaret' '.ji. Irerrj'? ,.". I'rtr ire"it vnH"shock; Fair Way *'", "v-' parkssirpBfthWflflenrT" .' -:' ".,Q.RIila."' .oII KTnNG

must have a state institution for the deaf Corresponding Secretary, to- learn that the net he saw was Dear Mr. Ambler: Editor Stuart News: '

What We Don't Want Is New Taxing District and dumb situated here Do not be confused Woman's Auxiliary of 350 yards size in length,, which is the We tho members of Las Ami- I am of the same opinion the

Those' rapid hand motions and furtive lip Martin Memorial Hospital legal permitted the commer gas Circle of the Women Missionary gentleman who wrote a recent item
cial fisherman It hard
normal forms of seems to Union i of the about the maiden In'these
movements are just greeting First Bap rivers,
I 'Waterway Yes But New Taxes No! by the brothers and sisters I.KIi<110RS CIVFStOMMrRtllL times understand the l size how was a net seen almost, yet it three was list Church of Stuart, would like I am fully convinced by what I
: : MAN'SMDE to extend to you our sincere appreciation saw with my own eyes as to just!
to the offish
.' possible identify species
I AND DON'T scorn an old fogey just because ()! STORY and their size. Does Fair Play for your tireless efforton what Is happening In these rivers.
"Reaction Was Emphatic at Meeting behalf of our city and the whole Three of us fishermen. startedout
he is sleeping on a bench talking to him Editor Stuart Newt: realize that 90 per cent of the
in the from Stuart to if could
beautification see
self downtown For nil you know he may be a After carefully reading the lit fish caught in nets do not even bite community hold of we
landscaping and get a snook We down
maintenance of got
ter to the editor, in the
Noble on a
Grand Senior Counselor
or memorizingthe
The proposal too set up a new five-county us to hell| build a bridge in Hendry County installation ritual for transfer of his May 14 I issue of The Stuart News, hookCount Von Leschhorn our lovely parks, cemetery and opposite the hospital and there

taxing district in the counties bordering the than there is for Lee County on the Gulf Coast t to some other innocent newly arrived authority I have the feeling that Fair Play P.S.: I.et's "Gander" the county throughwaysWe the was channel.a net stretched We nearly out to
Okeechobee Waterway apparently died aborn might like to hear the other side commissioners to have a "Fair know that much of this I went around that
to chip in on Martin County' bridges town. one Here another
over in came boat
ing at held the First made this situation.. was done on your own time and net ,
a meeting at National Bank In the first place, I believe the Play" study of
pulling two boats
here lust Friday. the route, for which we have expended some conservation agents, who do a Come on Jack, this is your baby. perhaps funds expended from your it with

All the enthusiasm for the Stuurt-to-Fort $3,000,000()() ) in Stale Rom! Department credits, OUR ORGANIZATIONS dearly love fresh wonderful job of patrolling our Dwane C. Leschhorn, own pocket for many of the plants, nets.We took off for the
meat If think to have toprollrell etc but we wanted know big bridge
you are you
you Salerno ?
bout atade not including another $1,000)()1){ recently allocated going inland waterways should be extremely Port ,Off Bay Tree there
Myers being launched at the same front Recording Secretary through that Stuart is a much nicer place were three dif
up learn that
perturbed to
time, failed to spark any enthusiasm whatsoever for the high-span Indmntown bridge in which to live because of ferent median with nets set all over
all the ranks to be the Worthy Noble Supreme our commercial fishermen are using DEFENDS PROTECTIVERKSIRICIIONS your this
among county officials present for the We are all for wise and sensibla promotionof Patriarch like it is buck home, huve another seines. They have been outlawed : ON dedication, and we shall always alls Point.place. as far down as Sew-

plan to set up a tax base to build wider and the crosa-slate route, both for its commercialand 1 think. for many years, and I if AUDUBON UND be indebted to you. We hit Sunrise 'Inn' shorelineon

higher bridges on the AtlantiC-Gult route. recreation possibilities, as currently being Black Marias" can be found in Editor Stuart News: "Thank you" is a small reward our way back; returned to No.

First proposal on the new plan was that the carried on by the Okeechobee Waterway Association WE OFFER Instant Success to newcomers Martin County, they would surely As a ;vptionist and founder for all you have done, but it comes 19 marker and here was anothernet

four other counties should join in with tux an informal group without taxingor who are high school graduates, can read and full apart with dry-rot of Marti County Historical from the bottom of our hearts set there. By this time it was

monies to help build a new bridge over the governmental powers. write und are reasonably well dressed. Fair Play should visit the commercial Society and its House of Refuge Sincerely I.us yours, getting dark, so we highballed

canal at Fort Dcnuud, a Hendry County hamlet But the establishment of a district- in fish houses where most Museum, I heartily approve of First Amigas Church Circle, back to Stuart.I .
where the is how of the nets are racked to dry. I deed restrictions and reversioncluuses I just couldn't believe
greatest problem to date which we could be outvoted four to one- BACK HOME it is quite a distinction to be my own
to keep the hogs off the street also curries with it another danger, the probable a member of the Grange. Here in Martin feel sure himself that Fair that Play what can con in the gift' of oceanfront WR: MEMORIES! OF eyes. Now I can see why there
vince he calls
land by Joseph Vernon Reed to are so many gripes about no fish
Hitherto all counties the route, including of further widen County we will make Chairman of the DAYT HIE FOILS
rt' on support a plan to and you heavy weights, are merely enough the Audubon Society. in the river. You don't see them
Martin, have built their bridges either with deepen St. Lucie Canal, increasing its discharge Agricultural-Industrial Community Relations to keep the net upright in the wa Rape of public land on town, IN HUE STATION cleaning the river out at Fort
State Road Department primary funds or with potential into the St Lucie River, a Division of Martin County Farm Bureau i if ter.The county, state and national level Editor Stuart News: Pierce, or Lake Worth in Palm
M, secondary funds. There i III no more logic for potentiality which we strongly oppose you ure able to memorize the title of the committee nets used on the St. Lucie continues everywhere, every day I rushed to the post office hereat Beach How long are the people
and Indian Rivers are gill nets Only absolute restrictions such as Maud, Tex., on Saturday, April ping to sit on their hands and
made of very light twine. These Mr. Reed hut insisted on can help 19, at 8 am? hoping The Stuart let this thing go on of cleaning
AFTER you huve been here some time, are made up in mesh sizes of between Even thoset at best, can be violated News was there, as 1 was anxious 'out the river right under our noses?
und have done the dirty work that with JH to 514 inches. This In future yean. to read the election returns. It was I talked to a lady from North
New Illinois Plan to Save Water ShouldBe the important titles, will discover goes how our mesh will permit all small fish Remember the attempt a few and I opened it at once and was River Shores in a doctor' office
I you to pass through and escape The years past by' a private group to pleased with the election and then and she said they set nets across
organizations function. strength of the twin is not strong get a large portion of Jonathan glanced at the Rambling Reporter the canal there at night. I would
Seriously Studied in Southern Floridalet enough to hold a snook which Dickinson-! Park for a commercial column, I was surprised to see t think the Chamber of Commerce
BACK HOME, the Chairman directs the will break through, givnng the Godorama?" The groups that my name made headlines would at least try to do something
committee and the Directon tell the members fisherman a nice hole to be mended have tried to gel private use of Stu These thoughts and memories 'about it. They spend enough money
South Florida, cursed by the drainers, should there I is left a thin layer of soil across the i what to do Here it is the exact reverse. The i The State of Florida is spending art's'Shepard Puurk The private ran through my mind about advertising' the fishing here. and
turn with interest to a new system of soil-water officers do all the work. thousands of dollars trying I to clulV/that did get permission to put tion day at the fire station precinct (there is practically no bottom fishmg -
conservation successfully Introduced by Kre- field.On promote the sale of "Lisa, commonly I an eyesore, a dilapidated houseboat in Stuart. here any more. They can't say
one farm of 1,600) acres, the system I is' known as mullet Not all club" the It is 7 that there isnt bottom
'yacht on new
lul Karch of Harristown, I1L IT IS A great surprise to newly-honored I a.III.-poJls are open. any grass
so elaborate that not a single drop of water officers in Martin County to find that none the mullet are swimming Some causeway\ to Stuart Beach? That John Keller is putting up t the here, because ,you take a tipple
Karch believes that water should be discharged has run off the farm in six years. This means i of the member attend the meetings It is a snook are caught occasionally,. but this hasn't happened more oftenhcr American flag and Fred Hancock hook' and:: drag it and all you get is
from the land only in small, controlled in this case the commercial fisher <; has been due largely to vigilance is generally the first one to vote, grass and. s you will find that all
amount, after it has been given time to soak that ground moisture has been constantly replenished shock to be installed us President of the Chum man must release! them, as it is illegal of, The Stuart News' but The then Earl Dyer Ricou, Bill Ought- 'the rod reel fishermen agree If
down into the ground. This restores underground and no soil has been washed off the i her of Commerce and then to plaintively Inquire to catch snook in a net. Here Newt can't alone protect us. erson and Bill Owens. About 10 'are going to advertise good fishing you

water supplies, preserves top soil and farm. "Where are all the members?" at you r the commercial fisherman gains In recent years of duoresidency o'clock two smiling pleasant girls 'make it good fishing

prevents silt from building up in rivers lakes South Florida,, with its declining water first meetihg Every I'rebidenillocs through the a new status, along with the sport lit) Miami and Stuart I have from The Stuart News, Laura Lesley BaughmanLET'S
and reservoir*. tables und its vast system of ennuis primarily phase of asking he Stuart! New to print: 'Thet fi fisherman ho releases a sailfish. seen park after park disappear to Stuckey and Esther foster, arrive I<

His of earthen structure backs designed. to dram, should study the Karcmethods h t member are urged to.attend" My business is producing crabmeat commercial: use to new public with a bag of doughnuts for our
system up and every crab caught in buildings, to battering rams of coffee. Kenneth Stimmell
They are a of sanity in appearsasking
water in the field in brand, shallow preserving LAUGH"Any
pools both the land and the rivers, WHEN IT finally dawns on him that the a net never reaches our production super-highways The last broad us if we need coffee or
While the pool is on the field, the water is members are home watching TV, he grimly line, but believe me the fisherman open area m Miami, acres of a anything from the drug store' Ed
slowly seeping down into the soil resolve to do the best he can m his first / hates to act even one in causeway space covered with tropical Menmnger\ Sr. and. Earl. Ricou always I'
A flash rain, which normally hits and runs However his net, as each and every crab ocean growth, is succumbing liked to "jOb"II about big men born around
Funds for New year it is a lwo-year sentence. The will eat a hole in the net, giving to an imported Japanese garden. something I "
off immediately I Is held on the land to increase Sought President has to be here? asked the tourist
always Director
a next t the fisherman
soil moisture. At the same time silt is stilling Bronze CourthouseWe hours many long tedious When, most public officials need Then there are the couples who "Nope." replied the native: "Bestwe
at of
out of the impounded water When the water year.. mending. space for, a public building do always vote at the same time- < can do is babies. Different in
1 he meal-hungry and dollar. they buy a down-at-heels area andmake Arthur and
Grace Clonts
Mike I the I "
hat finally been discharged through a pipe out. \ that a drive is under way HIE REAL emu occurs when there' no- coniiciouft fishermen are lucky to use of it? Most often theypounce and Bess Littman, Mr. and Mrs. .city, suppose,

to place a new bronze tablet inside Martin i body at the meeting but tho President and a average $50 per week, working in on a neighborhood park, Henry Kindred and daughter Father, reading his
-, '1/TI.. ... County Courthouse It will quote Austin 0'- fellow who drop.. in to ask "how much farther cold, heavy teas, gale winds f'gn'- and one that was originally given Lucille i Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Parker ; Malley'i classic statement: "In levying tuxes' is Miami;?" ing mosquitoes sandflies and the by some pioneer "in perpetuity George and Clara Bell Wait i i integration: and group
The Stuart New will furnish photo prints and in shearing sheep it is well to stop when i humid heat on hot still tropic for the public good." At least! thir Henry and Virginia Kindred and 1 Now, if he can only responsiveness.learn to read

of sizes up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture you get down to the skin" IT IS a dumb officer who does not finally nights ty neighborhood parks have been Clark and Ted Schumacher, plus i and write.." ,
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 leurn that the These "Marauders, by pulling lost fo Miami in recent years i in many more. At 4 o'clock or a little .
only place of safety i* on their
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional over the bottom stir up that manner. later we expect the school On a bus one evening woman
Committee a
Nominating And it is a dumb the mud and
silt the
as teachers
permitting soon piped water gets to -Zillah
Mrs <
ordered from the tame negative at the was bothering the
print It is commonplace to hear an elementary Nominating Committee Chairman who doesI grass to grow This gives the fisha Hutinmson: Island, watch all natural Alex Delich, Mildred Dumich, Oli i few minutes driver. every
tame time; larger size by special quotation school teacher say that children are interestedin I not ask: \Vhos new in town?" place to spawn and protects the tropical growth disappear ney Eurit and other she wanted to to remind him when

Stuart Newt employees will not take photo- reading only about other children and their small fish to grow until they are What isnt bulldozed out will be There is always the young'voter "How will I get know off.
graph except. for the newt and advertising able to look for themselves lost for when we get
own environment and then complain less out anyhow' as the shore-dunes are the first time who rushes in I Ian to my street?" she
If column: .of The Stuart Newt.. than five minute later that the kids in herluss Most of us need to substitute thinking and In small this healthy grass! also hide the leveled] to "get a view" but also excited and says: "Oh, I forgot He couldn't resist asked.that. reply.

'" .. : read nothing but space comics.-Quote doing for wishing and dreaming. larger fish shrimp to brie which area.attract It stems the over to permit the bland.hurricane: When wave the to major pour vote to for ask She my votes husband and who rushes to 1"a..ty-spokes.& "BXJf the'il' smile Portland on,my Ore face


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Growth Is Double U.S. ., ..-it w SISkMltWMHSMP".**."... .........,.: Tilt STt VRT (Florida) VHU Thursday, May 21, \U4 S-C

Rate Population, Kiplinger increases in Florida Editors Say f L* Home Building Section 1 Trustees Reveal New

lip: i little more than Sper cent

over the next decade will more ol the. total, about I the U S. avirigc ---'-' __ H ...._...._,,_ ._.."' ..; ,,__ ..
than double the national average But the Honda born are Spoil Areas PolicyTrustees j
according to the Kiplinger Washington I getting harder to find-two-thirds RECENT BUILDING PERMITSMay
editorS. I' of all residents have migrated from
In the seventh other slates"
annual Florida ( g through 15)) of l the I Internal Improvement the public Interests and discharge
population map, published as an estimate are based on talks '
to the I with Fund have issued! a the responsibilities imposed upon
adjunct kiplingtr Florida population experts as well as Owner Location Contractor Description Amount
Letter the editors estimate that : government, business !and industry new statement of policy on spoil I' the trustees to administer these
Florida will see a leaders. Kiplinger disposal 1 area. which follows: lands
popu points out City of Stuart submerged so as to give
lation ganfof" 44 per cent, more I that estimate must be changed "The construction and Improvement full recognition to the public trust
than twice the U. S. often to reflect A&W Root of navigation in the lover
average Pop. new developments Beer 1351 Cut-off Road Adams Sign S 700 with which .
they are impressedMETAL
ulution for the bearing eignty waters of the Slate of FlorIda
current on -
year is estimated population growth Royal Castle 900 South Federal Drive.ln
Highway Apostolopoulos restaurant 17,000 I
at 5,767400) for 1969: I "I his year, for example we considered by the United Stain usually I
6897,500; for 1974, 8322400:! '. missile plants", new roads T T. Oughtcrson! 303 Egret Place Hernias Remodel! 2,700 requires acquisition of spoil areas

The editors note that the and universities, the southward for the disposition of excess ma
mix of Florida is changing popualion -, movements of citrus growers, approval Martin County serial! All spoiling on stateowned We Art Worker In Metal
with a ruing of the cross-state barge bottoms requires approval by .II WE DONT HAVE rr
proportion of citizens Earlcy Jensen Beach Charles and
Mailcy Carport utility r"'H11 1.000
over sixty.five. "While U. S. canal. As a result some smaller the Trustees or the Internal Improvement WE CAN NUKE IT
Donald' E. Gomez
Hughes: None Residence
5,300o Fund and local
average is 9 per cent Florida has counties are perking up even those sponsors -
I II'per cent will approach 13 which had been losing population Marshall Richardson Palm City Floyd Welch Construction C Repairs 4,868 can obtain the necessary spoil
cent by 1970 they report "Proportion per- And sonic of the bags aren't Robert Garner Palm City None Back porch 600 areas by application of the trustees = J

of Negroes continues to : growing.? quite as fast as former- Robert R. Campbell Savanna Highlands None Garage 1,000 .
fall is now down to about 18 perCent ly Theora D. Gritman North Hobe Sound Shores Al Siegfried Residence 8,000 "There are occasions when
material will be I/
Foreign-born residents spoil deposited on
make National Advertising Co, North Federal Highway None Two aigna (each) 100 submerged lands which are i In STUART PLUMBING

--1 I Youngsters Are ------ private ownership i In these case Ic METAL WORKSSAP.TI'AIDS
MARK L. THOMPSONCRVMH : full compliance with I londa sta a.. HI An.tIe1131 u..wl
: ) PROM 110) Taught Outdoor lutes Is required In no instance
I OR 2 YEARS 6 MOM A Lot Of House For A Little Money should spoil material be placedon
I I submerged lands until a hulk
Mark L. Thompson Palm City. Lore at CampFishermen head tine has been ) rslahlishcel
pleaded guilty to a 3.1121.1I I
petty larceny 'I. n.... I (Section Florida a LOCKSMITHS
charge and was placed on two Statute), and all spoil must be I
years six o t in who would make The first group of figures Ij placed landward of the bulkhead -KEYS MADE
; irUitnuft
Martin It: was inadvertently fishing companions of their children in the house number represents line. In addition the owner of the
reported last week that will be interested in the the square feet of liva- t submerged land will be requiredto Lock Combinations
he was sentenced to Raiford for training program at the Honda able area In the house, (The gel a fill permit (Section 253.124, Changed
grand larceny. Youth Conservation Camp operated other group is an office number .e Florida Statutes) from the city or
by the Game and Fresh Wa .) According to Jan Reiner county exercising jurisdiction, subject -NEW LOCKS-
ter Fish Commission in the Ocala the cost of building sucha to approval by the trustees
II National Forest! house! may be reckoned as Hobe Sound
"The paramount rights of navigation -
Complete Open for boys and girls between about $10 l per square foot
the exclusive I of land cost. For example in sovereignty water are 546.4881 546-5137
I ages of ten and sixteen, She I recogm/ed the ,
Automotive I tally by trustees
!I Florida Youth Conservation a house numbered '
Camp the
935 hut spoil material and areasdesignated
11 I would
have 935 ----- --
is more than a summer vacationor square
for spoil' disposal art
feet of livable area and
an escape from pencils, books
should 1 under the jurisdiction of the Ileathcote
cost approximately
teacher's dirty looks. The
$9,350 build. trustees, acting for and on behalf
camp is a conservation workshop of the people of I'loridn. Disposalof NurseriesArchitect
Garage designed to teach the value ,of au III spoil front recognized navigation -
natural I resource conservation projects l should! not be used .
Dial AT 7.2311 through participation in outdoor By JAN RE1NFR Designed Landscaping.
it a to circumvent theliws
Oriental Design/ A Specially.
SERVICE FOR SAFETY activities Home No. 616-69 of Florida, and! It is the announced
41*-411 South FMhral HI.hWaF The Youth Conservation Camp feet and glazed in to become an 2y policy of the trustees that Complete" Line of Ornamental
"The most house for the leastmoney"
Plant Material. "The Indian
opens June 14 and continues attractive Florida room with air Much action by any person firm
through Aug. I 15 for six sessionsof is sought not only by many and light entering from three sides. BEDRM or corporation, or any public River Area's Oldest Landscape
Tops In Design summer training in nature study >udgct-minded senior citizens, but The 2011.foot-long' living-din D Ioxltwlf agency, will I I I bo construed as a Nursery, Our 38th Year. Tun
camping, fishing, hunting, archery alto by newly married couples from violation ol the laws and the trustees Right off US. I at U.IIWLumber'
ing room, with abundant \light
firearms safety and marksmanship Marling on a shoe-string.. This 22 will feel compelled to resort In Fort rime. Fbooe
swimming and boating. by 28-foot one-bedroom home five windows, has a centrally located CARPORT to every legal means available to HOward 15332.
KINGSIGNS Complete information on the designed for a foot-wide lot wall heater (H) and a 3 foot- 5 properly and adequately!. protect. .
Youth Conservation Camp and nay meet the requirements of wide coat closet (C) which is apart --------
I applications for reservations. may both families The young couple of a storage wall separating R k c c --
be obtained by writing the Youth should find it readily saleable when it from the bedroom (The house g
!Conservation Camp, Game and they need larger quarters may be heated electrically if preferred Rf / rte'6ra.1 t 3EHVICKMotors
Fresh Water Fish Commission, Seen from the street this houses .) A 20-foot-long strip of
Ocala:: a stuccoed masonry! box 12 feet indirect light mounted over the \ ,/ H'' _N (PORCH
NEON SPECIALISTS high and 22 feet wide flanked by front windows provides dramatic
Pulp free juice can be extracted a i \12foot wide carport on the illumination for the 914-foot-high I Ifl LIVING ROOM to Rewound
Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399 from any fresh fruit or vegetable left and an 8 by 15-foot screened ceiling The dining area is day.
: with-: a...new extractor porch on the right, and topped with lighted by front and side windows. 42/tFRONT lads J Ja C Home Wiring! & Outlets
he widely of hashed The 6'i' by II.foot kitchen has e
? hctrpeetd\\! Water Repairs
; Pump
roof toward an L-counter with a double sinkS I
the back. (The roof over ( ) near the window and the bathtub with shower head over for interior partition Interior OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4
the carport is supported on 3-inch range (R) and the refrigerator (RF) It. I walls and ceilings are finished In
.. pipe columns) The living room to the right of it. An 1 18-inch closet The 10 nyi\ -toot bedroom has plaster (though the storage wall
vmdows and entrance doors are (C) back of the heater provide a JJ foot closet with floor-, -ceding !- could be panelled) and the floorsare
jalousie types while the window handy and dry storage and screens bifold doors for better accessibility. lerraz/o, poured over the
of the bedroom and bath are the service door from the view of Three windows (locatedon inch_thick reinforced concrete Jat D ED
ffl\\ awning windows made of alum. I the living room. Wall cabinets are two walls) provide !light and The Moor! Is 12 Inches above the
lNl'U1tE RENTALS m num. shown dotted on the plan ventilation. The doors to the bedroom adjoining grade
The 10-fool.high screened porch For greatest economy of plumbIng and bathroom and the linen Plans for Home 616-69 weredrawn
serves as an entrance foyer as wellas installation (and conservationof closet are conveniently grouped by Jan Reiner, architect: ,
ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial an extension of the living room hot water)) the sink bathroom in the hall. editor I of Florida Homes ningazinc HIGBEE ELECTRIC
through the 6-foot-high sliding fixtures and washing machine have This Is a slab-on-grade mason- (Magazine available/ at Vals
AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps glass doors Incidentally, this porch been grouped around the water rv house, built of 8-inch-thick concrete Book Shop or by mailing $1 I to .
nay be enlarged say to 15 by I3I 1 heater (dotted circle) located in blocks for all exterior walls, 1000()-Fifty-second Street North, 327 OSCEOLA AT 7-0744
the utility room. This 5 by 8-foot and of 2 by 4-inch wood studs SI Petersburg 10, FU)
room is accessible from the carport
and Is lighted and ventilated
by a jalousie door

The 5 by 8.foot bathroom is : < ,
wedged between the utility room The Home fDiAlog

and the corner bedroom and is, 1 ) I
therefore, easy to heat in winter.
Plans show wiring for electric wall oUIL 0!
I t heater. There Is a washstand set I Your DreamsNow
In a vanity a wall-hung toilet and

900 Are InvitedTo

Friday Meet

On Day Care'On

/ is the time to enjoy your own dream'
r 1 s Friday May 22, there will
be a meeting on "Day Care" at (
the First Methodist Church West nest. Let us help you own the right home'r'
Palm Beach, conducted by the d
State Department of Public Welfare a
U and co-sponsored by the a for your family's needs.
Palm Beach County Health De r

partment.Representatives from five conn 1. / SEE FIRST FEDERAL:[ TODAY

ties will attend. Chairman will be

Smith Binning, president of the ABOUT A
1f Palm Beach County Association
for Retarded Children. Participants
on the program will Include
speakers from industry business,
rr rrt
agriculture day care centers and

nursery schools.
According to Miss Ruth Schad,
district director of the State DC
t partment of Public Welfare 900
Invitations have been sent to citizens Long Term Home Loan

in Palm Beach Martin, Okecchobce. -
St Lucie, and Indian River
tI' Counties.
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percent the
't About { : moon's
explore your own back yard surface is visible from the earthat ,

. various times because of lunar
Be t Ftorlda Explorer-end tnjoj! all Use Bonder ofgoar own vacation'''M oscillations/ known as librations.
The remaining 41 per cent has KIT SAVINGS AND LOyASSN.OF
never been Ken by but
man some
What's :your plrawnt Wattle yawn a Vnn -yoe ysedl..tTaaraatifadaBaa of it has been
tutus bo.te.swimmer,sngtat et eouflrmrf Bow mudi farther' pc boar rf vaaUka&. by a crudely Soviet photographed -
passing craft.
space MARTIN CD.
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8ight e.uBf.too,Ji.til fi.an bnjb" t... ? PAINTS HARDWARE
ftora St. AafwtiM's hifcono fttta. Cape aaa. u..a..aaa ..easa.a a: ATUatie '-.0363I

IGan.dy' spftos ft wondai..fttn ttf. : MVI MORI FUM SXVt BOM, MOWVI .
IwiUd"See of Gnrf* to the. ml m : STAY&PUT WHOM THIS SUSauatRBt : c.I....... ....

.... citing piM-fl4>to( fa till tMBOUf : FLORIDA COLORWO.BOOCId : PUi.SIx. ... .. u.s. 1-SOUTH OF COLORADO AVENUE

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lem of perking at the post office. ,just nut enough parking "trace ( I Resignations! of(
,/. TO TNfYOfN From time to lim. we tee a wordor in that area. If we walk, we are
Five 'leucliersAccepted J
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t/ headache, but do not find the a very busy direct with moving I HereThe
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I are enjoying tome other 1 that there have not been any en in Martin County schools haveheeh ,
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for something to solve the problem I Irian Education.: They are Richard A.
( Anthony DarreO Hampton. Sluart Newt: I for ourselves and for the benefitof I suggest 1 for one mmmer cru- I Cahill. Roy Stickler, Nancy Shuck.
Your column li always I looked ,I our Viiliorv { made item' : parking at the root of. Mr. Margaret B. Keller Joseph
I for bit, of reading the Stuart Each citizen has. at tome time flee[ and sidewalks! Tanner and Nonurl Tanner.
New. The one on Poverty was or other' butineM at the post Clf. Thank you '
wonderful! I II fice and almoKt without exception, Lorene Comb A new chemical melts. Ice add
... Now t Wflt to get In on the our viMtor have lo top tt the poA I I' snow three time as last as salt Coddata
I Summer CN"." and tugent that I office. If we to by car we c nodt Ninett per 'cent 6f Bralil'l 4>il bo damage to pavement gra*
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M THE STUIRT (FU ) NEWS Thundnj, May 21, 1964 The octopus may swiftly change

: t Announce the color and texture of its skin { _. ttUll., ADtuOlkTInE9JaituT LEIAAL ADVEI1I'lsS:0tIt'f: Directory of Churches
o ORciirTorRi1 :
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Organizations Directory T.U
ct cara. Octopus are known JlblIAI, 0'RI I 11'11'0' 510The
red brown :.*,,!?. ??" *AMTIKIPlalntUf 1.'tIVkYN. Civil
; l tu wDie. o greenish County, Plot Ida will rc i .eo.l.d
CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS C. Guard AunlllaryCeunty bid. in the office of t h" HOPE SOUND SOU1HEKN METHODIST
AlcohellM' AnenymoueWed (umm.nd..W.U.r J. Jl.rnos A but never black. tII.1VS7StY 00 III County lIfe,.* VlroctO' CHAPEL 510..,. .m Cemmunlly Bldg >

.. i,10 p.m.. 1. B CommunIty Chu.... !"n. 0p.ni. Cn..t Ou.r Au.. Bldg. Arrival ANNA M.l1 UJiltR'tS 411 e"l t ip! .1 l I.;: IEV. CHARLEK O IIBNNETT ,..tO
Lfc.OARLKOLIUO A' 100 : I'IB.B.'c 'I flu' : pm Sutday School
Coral [
Amateur Rattle Emer ncy Comml.iloR HU.K\h1 V. 'po's ;:: : :
on on ,. C* ore] ,,. _' .. Helen h.lrm.n'r.nk A. Wba I HANK 1. ARRIS.
Ird n..... I ,.n.Aalmel (:1 ,d.4th T,.. 14:10: e m. tourtbouee A RRMUL.CIIUS ftO VT 5011(01 (OP SLIT .qulp'JPnl wItlel.I I Ib.lng h UNION
mil L.ITT
OJ T" FR/iSle J. offered publli .I.! .nd. .. CII,
L 0.41(105
M C. Board el Zenlm Adju.tiBent HTUAJtT 1'lltTAIINU 8P the requirement aa nt I l lthe >
Reeca Lee( T IlEMhtiICNt'Ic bNldiOwN 1 MV LAWRIS) i. SHARP
Preel lent>....Mre. Cerl J RISes I ball mi... .I-red Rhiadceind Of BooksNew CIAL ll UCIOVIM&STo ARE Office uf the Director. 1 Fbi, ,I,: AT 7-2512 SitS *... Sunday School

etk TIM... 1,SO p.m.. 110.... Thum, 7.10 pmu Oourtbouee T AuNt W OMMENT, DB*.'UllllNO) T H UK i III,,YOL .. HIRIBY Z'4000oe NL/TIFIIOD boo Civil Florida.The Lmfenae. Agency. hokII'. DIAA.PRYER 1140 am. Morning WorahlpII

M.,tln Muinm Commlnloa / flied ageisst pou sod .. t*. p m Wedneeday, Wawoa
BiulneH Wemea ClubPreeldent County ".rlt..rB A'U TO HE YOU ore equlpmant I I. 10 be aold for .1
Jr. KOA r t''lull sled o.ere FillewiblpPEOPLES
Hunh L %' : a copy of our two ASSEMBLY COD-Palm air
Wloohb and aedai
Cborm.n- junk : one .
d.nInl.r.: arrivals in at Olt aIAI4b.iJRIAgj WnIJI u bioWor oliter wrItten dn 5500 Iluud.. I. H Feelor
tad.4ia TBM. ; ; t Nat'I Bank .t p.m. Courhou. n-ficio I', such pickup .lIon wagon RIV. DAHIlL CONCREGATIONAL-J.pIt.I
CITY Plaluifr. :
M C. Zoning and Planning C.I..lo Martin County include 0. STUART, PItOVIDINU .i'orooy..C T.'I'b. on one Jeep and three general raThaM 10,00, am lu.d. bee RIV MAYNtRO A.
Ceeoanut Perk.North It..... SbereeProperty C hutrrnuo-JuiOO. Publc Lay J 'All 1 3. I"alo't, p. i, Boo Item may b nsenna I the 11 ,00 ... WorshIp tiOl, a.m Early MILU
0...... AiMtletloa Gulho : rU S- rXtl'JA ,,; and file th<. Martin County Maintenance Uarngu ,,,1 p.m. Tbu.... Bible. Stedy PnI lOut: am: Church Wh Y

,....Idont.III.. Rohrnbemk School Board The Supreme Court," by Pa- AJfM"N'I'. d," lnIUrw: Complaint. e wrlttei on AlA Highway. louth nf Ulimrl Sunday. Yeatk Bwvle Hall ..... Morning WorshIp
... 0. Clndrvd TO In the day between boor of 1.00 3,55:, :: KvaBgellatl Bervle* I.
MeeUnil SB< Wedneedan at ke Ch.irman-H.nr tricia C. This book traces OKNIIJUAL IMf'lloVBMliNT 01" "f > ( of th. Circuit any Ih. : darho both
Courtnoo Achsn FUND 'I.rl and 4:50 .m.
am. : .
Mun. pm. p lISP ,. Yootb ..pr'I.AL
C.... c._. CI".. Aiieclatloa Inl 10 the rle Supreme Cu A.SO llAlhU : 'rllllI'r"' or : rtl b.futeui't A. W. K .'TN. Mrctor fIRST IIATITG a Mr.. A_ .
Town el Sewalli 'olnlM.oI. THK IMPIIU\I10IIfNT. Martin Chill IttfenMMartin 1111W. PsatorSoaday 'AINTS'
.._KdrauBd Plnla the r"TIJ FIR'.r WATU1I. EPlSCOAI.-Joe..s .

tit B.... I p.m." M.C. Airieoltural Bid*. Ind W.d..!M.rquelln p.m. Town Bull i( Dato'cases history in which the&thes *, th.1.10 City o( Mtuan u'". u by' befau,T woulnsl 11 T.k.n Pub: May 1. 14, Met IdaT.LL.HUO ai. NORMAN .. FNA2TNR0.54.y .I

Preekelaer A..etUtlo Import b pavingor Improvenenl u )'oul for the relief d.uiuu.d- n'l' *,41 Sunday ..110
rF..W.nl.-*Colonel G. V.. Bottom POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONSRepubllcaa las neted and developed its in- ) -. '. r.-p"Vln. .Wld"nl'l n it It the Corn 1,101. II ,00 am.0. Morning w".h' 1,,1..... Holy Communion
oa n l r lnai II lIONS .4.411 ) :. vL4lltItt out ..... Training a.m Family ComraunluB aadwas
Meet o. s11 uence from the first time an act .V ler d..clbed. .n. Mut'tit 1 8luot. NOT: V I) Kvenlng Worahlp .
Club .1 M.rtta ( till pm. *
C..t WU&IEB. tOte city Frld" i. NOTICE !I. hereby that the :
.. of declared given
Garden Club Stuart Hrealdent-Jamel B. W. Congress was unconstitutional e l to pioceed under a Wedaeeday
'_ _Mre. W. Ruiee .. d"chl.d Truntcuof lntoroeihtuprobeonl I .week Prayer Servlo ,
John C flRITIY Otis p.m. Mid *
Ind. Men., lilt p..... Womu Club. P.publican Wemea Cluk el Mot Ca in Marbury va Madison 'lnpUT 10. riorlda Blatulet, 1 B3"WHEREAS t r PIERCI Fund of uf FlorId In T.Hol COlmel.. .

P r.l,1.iit-W.' An old Urnnrr to the case of the spy CIcI'U meeting l lI"B Room of the PALM CITY BAPTIST-4Hk lloCerdUbNHY ihrat Tkuraday Healing Bervle)
HlblKui Park Crr* AiieclatleaPreiMent .... National Bank Run aaicMinvnt plat (tovorluor' CapItol liutlilluie' .
4 1' 2 pm" Strut Elentha I TATUM P2ldep5 am Holy
Oeene MwDoneld Rudolph Abel s howlnv the area to b* uwwrd ai (('IntuIt) CaolYnn eohsdulsd for ll.dO .4.9.1.. iIl.M.T.i onJune .t Com.unloD

lit atea, tilt p..,.. riret Nattonal Bud M C. D.moer.tlc Enenitlve CommlttM by Frank CamI provided for In Bectlon 17004 iiorI. I'. StOCKtornforPl01tiff? t.al he, 1064. will Ci.tt.ldor .p'lioO'Slon *,46 B.IB. Sunday School Usitv Ckunk.' S. Flltk Plan
C hulrm.o-Edound 'r. Murray 11.011 "Hung Tler. 'I nutiitea 11501. hiu bout pro A It'.). hy Crsrv. Coax? : i r., ., II ,00 am. Morning We..fcbI > .... 0. .
.....1..1._ Clvta Club S Tr.M-M.rdM ClalrMMtlnna Flying Tigers p_. and I I. now on flip In the Of- 1'. 0. I .. ott ,10 p.... Training Vein! 1,80, .... C.u. BnndayWedaeedae
,...id... -Oradr SaillaU en call lt of World War H became the f ire of th. City CloUt 1 of the Cit J x I Corbel 1,1 r :: rl ; I folpurvltut. lull' p.m. Evening WorahlpMO 8rl
Moa.. I of tuarl, In the Hull ; wr'1 r\ Midweek Prayer .
p.m.I. City I. pm.
- - u Allay d..crlbod W.dn..do LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST
r : 15 da at Jun I. 1161 ANDREW
Hying Tiger the plane and : McetlBg
..... Beack Car.. Club ORGANIZATIONS postwar Cargo LAnes loh .pecll.ton. bind t.. : IAm".n Lihorsn Chortuhl
Pm.fd.ut-Mrs. Celvln WitherSrd IELICIOUS gnd was able to survive the com 1111"ov.m.nt Ih. .tl.iHt W. Pnlmp VI.t. BI.... Pert .
W.... I ,.... i. B Womu Club G Irl. Friendly Slat, m cent of she proponednprovemrnt T.LL"IU".! FInalIst JI. No l270'43'2a3.lh FIRST IIATIT-p.Sauna I H. C. 11'1. .Luc
petition of established lines be- I PAS'fl
L oodoP-Mol .. ill of whIch ere available VI) .. of lubmerired land In U C YLOK
,.... Beark W_.'. Aeeecletlea V.4.. I ,..... 51 II.. (kullSt. uuse of its readiness fly any to the Inniectlon I of the public\ I NOTICE :le I iv. that the the .Hi,Ltuu'le I Klver 'In Hortloi Cult, am School III. am. Punl.o boltool.
,... ._Mre. Fnneel H ll bell 1 llfcHEKiUh. u. It Ho.ulvod by l iBtooeof .hr.r: Improvvmrnl: C. Townohlp I Houth. Kunne II ,00 ..... Horning Worship ,1050: 5 m WorshIp, "
lit.Ird. MOB, 8R 107 ClubBuue. 101 C.I'I.t" Id..d 4lui.01l. night anywhere in world. of'mVa? iS"10"'! tIle U'X hutid of the Florida, In 41 l-juit ( Stuart, iUrun 6:10 p m. I>TC: Bn'
ll Under the Red Sea Sun." by .,. : -trotitlg hi oad of ,Iheuveinore ouiity, 11'IXt lylnir U' ' lualet Wemea Club S 1..nl
I. p m. 110 1. Kliall be b 0 .. IMMtlng In D Sound Civic
"h.ro uf tilO Wedne.day Piarer BeetIsgi.
cOI.lru"led utll. nor -
,... _Mre. Our CromwellInd Edward LIUbcrg exciting reI t.. City ) 1'.pll..1. Ullhlh'j..eh.dUI.d : : : HKV .
S t. JoMpb Holy Name Society A c..11 cun.t.111 10 VO lIon of Uov rnmint S .r Choir ametio fellow : ??. :
Maa. I m Weman Clu""ani. Hre.ldeil'-ll. R"im.rlD cord of salvage operations during of elthrr .. r*-,. J jne lath I9HI. mIll..n.hl.. ip- aid Hectlnn e. I lhog L.e.terly 1t4l ,.8. So.

Count Alduben leclety Board. Thun. before Ind bun..! Pi.SobouL World War 11. I nit or lod-.urfa'lll I ltio roa In And pl..tol niailo by Charlri II Mc- nf the right of V. MHlHhway RIO BAPTIST I:00 p.m. ... Wonblp.
IrE' MOB. fin.. Judie Clont' office s treote City of HtUarl : : lube 50.l 1 leri'*, '1. contalnltcrei i.6. EKV JACK FERNANDEII
Heeltk BOYS SCOUTS OP AMERICA Ceramic Design," by John B. "d tclowS <:..P.o' brhali I lon O more or lua. ,41 Sunday HOLY CROSS CATHOLc.d..I..
M C. Alieclallen ler Mental The lot.tl.n of inch .8. "ho
pnvlnnr n.
of Ihe f l-
... .._ STUARTTreop Kenny. An outstanding manual in- ) "urc. II:00 am. Morning XAVI.a J\CH
. Hev. Donuld 8ohroedern4 tuvinir 1 ld' hard-lur- l .' : an" will cniiildcr ibjectlon. Ihrr
PeckWed I Union
( Tbure.. Boon. The Rout 40ou.mut.. n"br orporatmg designWillS acing ( l"be 'IlrJolt; .: 0..1 to ( to the propoied ml. 10 p..1'rl.I. Muo.-Soed.os, 7,05 ThoU I
.. 7 .. Union H.ll emphasis o FIle 'IJ..lon. 1: p.m. E.eln. Worahlp 457, 0. Cunf.heuu I
p.m. No UU.u.an.n :4 .
.... of houl I be aubmltlello
M C. Ckepter. Am.tk.e Cunr ScbutrmonMullo.r 405 A Furl Help all of .Id Wedn_ Prayer : =
JohnnoaMertta hip Ivlanr. significant aspects technique A 7th Mired from Flold. But A naixvl I of aubmemvd land In th* Chler EtiKlnepr, Trtmte.'. of 11 pm .U. '
Thun 7pm Mcth Church. Allinvgt Handsome illustrations, an Couet Kallruad .\\ ay th* Innlan RIver in rwctlon HI, the Internal Improvement, I-'und. TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST ST MAR\I ErISCO'AL1
Memerlal Heepltel Au>lllaiT Squadron 44Ad.l.or. Kd I'Hitiwiird: to loll cr000 lion of Townnhip i; Mouth: Itaniiv 41 Billot Build! IR- Tallubaxae I Flurlda. arAlioli,. Pst.tr '
'... _Mri. Curt Otto 7pm.. M.th Church PI'. Alhanr. Ht. appendix with technical data and Loot A v. Root 1. Martin county Florid'mortliarticuiel'ty prior tu Iii. dIn riiat, ab .vo *41 *. Sunday SchoolII The HkV W. K ROWE E. tor

let Moa, Flret N.ilonal' BankM.n' Cul. Mou Pack' 4IOubm..t.r., .. H..I. glossaries of terms and materials d..rlb.d m.nlo".d. The Tru.I.. r..ry ,00 a..m. Morning Worihh 10.Ida: OtIS. I am. IBI'1 to J.n
l'.lhol. Ihnl n: Inke Hlrrtt from Florida follow*: '0 lo I, a.i
d..dln ttt: te Union 1 JJ J.W 8.11
of li.rl.h evsa Training
Card.n Club Cub Pack K Legion Strangers by .
UOubm..t.r. "t Cnaet UlKhlof t of l I !. p.
,...Id.n'..Her N. Crlollit L..t MOB.. Center Charles Mercer. A of the .Way 10 Rol.o.d Ave. From the Inleraerllon of tin and when ,"ilh "I n'Ij.Tbj: II SuOO Evening. Wer.hlp SitS am. Rolr Eueharlat Tbnreday and
M C. A.r. 111 In : Sloe p Midweek Prayer
Turi tilO p.m. JENSEN BEACH french histor us luuth line of ..,. tll.1 21ith .the Trumeei ." ,' W.d Saint Day and D announced

.....In Cevnte SteterdU Cklldrea Aua. Tro 401-Hcoutma.Ur. J. I..eo Foreign C. (.ntrl Av. from 71 Bleet the renter .1.. lelvr 11% of tue phnii hale Olin DUNKLIN MEM BAPTIST-ladl.alewaKfcV EPISCOPAL
..... _Ira 1..1.ertIrdThun. .. 7i 18 pm. Community J formation in 1811 to fight in Algeria Chu"h IlreeL Hoad A-I-A run North il erala and pietala and in: '., ;.f tie, T&D LOT? CHURCH OF THE IILESE.

.. ItlO p.m. Com.Rm, lot N." Cul Pack 40I.-4obool.. H. Q linn its but-divtolution on W.t atonic cold center lies petroleum: then'onortirreuodt'r.Pns'eleer : 10,00 .... Sunday Scbool .ACRMENT-81. lo..lt.
Wed. p.m Community Hall t 1 1.1 Avo. Croon th Street of '}4.Tl fix-t. thence li requited to pay fur rBY 11,00 a.m. Morning Wor.blp. THOM"I LOUCla
Nattoiul .....t8rI.. Ateeclatloa Cub Pack 402-Cubmaater" Hhlnee.Jr4lh '. April 30 1963 when it was mov- JUli Street, North I 144:' Ka.U a dlaiaiui I 'urnl.h dO.ln.nl"' In stooi'e StlI: p. Training Union t::1 a.m. Church S.b.1
SNeldent-Mre. Vlntlnla V..... Weil. fDO pm, !Hall to Aubagne. near Marseilles. of Ml reel.. .or lean, te a for the I,'uubrotub'l, ,t ') ."IV. """'0. T,10 p.m..Worship Servlo* 1, p.m. Holy Kuobarlit
Mon. M C. ubllu Library aio el n 1.ou At.-. from Lsk. Ilr.e conlr.l. m..num..li the, .. OIIDBIl of the '1'root,""a ofIii. lilOpm. Wad, Midweek Servla
Added to the fiction shelves re- Otreet 63* lit Internal I.nl' Fund uf CHRIST .
Peba. City n...... Club t. Baet.. a dl.l.n. I rovementth MEMORlup't. .
'En'CI of I foot. more !I"sO. to the 8tat of 'I..rld. ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E.it St.KfcV (Winter .
Mebel Ph cenlly were:: ,
Ml.e ney on. .ArUCHURCH
Prmldent- .
CI"lt Stuart F. 1".u.e A"". from L a k hlxli v.ater mark of the .01
SOS Iken, SIR Clvl Center _Aaron Huitoa 'Como Dr. to lath 'AIIII .
Indian ..
BoCk, Caligarl by tlro.t treelO. Htv.r for th* l'l.t 01llnl,1 Week dopel[ Mon thru liaOl CODInd. _
'... City CI.... Ortealuitlea Wed. II BOOB Townnoun Bcitaurant Donald Barthelme Fifteen short li / of lh* parcel her- Ahbr.ti, Haturd.y 11 lii. 1',1 HkV. JVEIITT M081
Pre.ldcnl-Alidy Kullnkkl I Indlantewa. Klwanll Club floheot, Avo, from Till ,". Mid' point be M. It. KIDD Chief: fcniflncrrTruetee Conf.ftitonit Saturday and Tknr.dayibefor 1100: ..1. Smday, Behoof
lad T_.. Clots l CenterPetndeiia h..Id.nt.-J.oo.. Rln.a lories which mix wild humor and Itr"t to loth BU.oL Inn alHo the aoutherly of I. L. Fund tint Friday of mouth OilS IliOO .... Morning Worinlp

Cardene Clods AeeeelatleaPreeldent Wed. Hill pm., 1..lno" IB* very far out character It N..u Ave. from Lake a tot trait or. conveyed of itibmerKed by Tru.,, 31r r of.* Pub.: May 14. tl. .8 Jun 4. 1964Hi I,10 and lllV t SilO .... t 010 lilt -: Evenlni Wed YouiEadaajree Wrbip

-Hev.. I. W. Mareo ,.... Beach LI... Club Spoils of the Victors by Paul Ilre' t IVtb SWeet II,o Internal ,. "it TUG ('OCNTY jtnr.r roi HTII IT. CHRISTOPHER: CATHOLIC : l'.ople's
lit Mon, I ,... kernel .. ulmundson hoed No JS.eU tlipuca Sol'ill Hebe'
Dean This ;
story of a P.O.W. All) KIH (Ol I.d
1'.ld.n- L
Pert auto-...Waller Clvl. Beneoa AeeoclatlMTneldent ll ltIr' ,.1 p.... '.,1.'* cap in Germany after the wars r'rg Avo.Street.a. from. flh Street .U."ulh.lle.l lot .9. ksoL; tine luiiowllig u' .re..ld lbs IN VrLOHIUA.KF: 'H'II' : Mail 111. am. Sunder Jupiter CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD

jet Th.... I p.m Clvl. CenUrIrd 'uI..Ho Sound Klw.nl. Club intended to in miniature, 1.ru.I... ')tlm Intelnal In OF FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIS SC1EN- R&V, ELMER L.
n..... I D." (upper o.lnll, 0.0.I = ; Harp he prray. amoral Churh.. It..t front C.nl..1 r..veloni Fund parti. all "JTATE slot, known I vIa-7J4 Lout 0..." 7,,1 a.ra. Holy .
M ., pm, Jupiter Lit* Marina so- t AY. fuel. mot or 1.... to pointIn 111. w.] "'PN'I4: and 11 too a.m. Sunday School a.m Punish KuiharUt,
, ....... CI"II D.r... A S..m.
.rt ciety. the Martin iHO foot Iota a.m Moraliig Worahlpmoo and
.. Rotary Club el Stuart K. 1..ke $trrpt 'ron Central County) WEIER : Sunday School.
"trohos... Sod To..dui. I,10 litilkhpad 1,In*; Mouth IJL lub9i'l. .. rm Wad Teetlmonial Meet g
Preildent-Dr. a. Sl.ntoa Malay "There You Are But Where Are to Nassau "
Av. ti* N uuoiaioigae Id Bulkhead Reading .. S6I Flagler Ave. ., JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
'I 1. Clvto. Club0.old.ob.Jook Wed.. I.n pm" Iln.1 Ina You?" Line tlUtanoe, OTirH TO ('Hs'IISITIIIICI'O : Ro. 10u. SayllBe Drive. 3.,..
. Bkomer by R. F Mirvish A humorous FIfth Street from Colorado a of IJ feet, more ANTl ALL Mon tru.1 l'il.i IO 11 Beach
Stuart Club L or IIIM, thenc Muuth IJ* JO AId lHIJTOII REV. NEWTON M TWttDY
KI..I. )
let Iben. Clubkeue P rould.nt-Llr. H. Metadata Hlpio yarn about an ancient wreckof Ave to Akron Av.J 4140 Meat, paralltl 11 the first 1'E.MANHJ < rLAIMI Ol t'1 a.m. Htmday S.hol

ftuert Women Club Thuri., IS ill pm" Town No.. a ship named Hying Wind that Akron to 2Vest Ocean ciurie. a dletanco of >BI feet, TAT,: El. CHURCH 0' OHIIT2'e a.1el .'. llS and II set. Morniot Werohlp
'...._11... Cornellu .. Va A. mine' or leei. to the mean "" : p.m. Youth Fellowship
loti. and
was recalled to in the Merchant hllhw.l.r each of you, ire hnroliv \ (OUI.LL .lliI
a Wed. Silt p B.. Club BuUdln. Stuart HI Stepper* Squar Dane* Club service 10uioar' mIl k of tha Indian notified J:.0 p.m. We,lnead.y. Youth Choir
P r..ldut.-Gllb.ot BouoeIhun Marine during Wold War *r: them northweeterly me. ,I.nrd: 3 to preienlany I 10 10 a.... Bible Stud, J: P.m. Wedn.aday, SenIor Choir
Takebula. Cardea Group .. S Youth Center N. Cal'ornl. Ave. from Fifth which youth ,, jib,
.. Tharaday
pm andnliK sold high water mark. Wo.I, and p.m. Midweek Servu
: She
0' .
was manned of 0' h.veoguiuot 1.00 (
Ch.i..on-N Babert. I Koctarlet I. by a crew tlrot Sloth Itre"O. Ill Cue t.nloror loss. to the 101. 0151' pm Evening o..o
Wed., Sill 0-.. o .. offbeats Katat IL 1'KNCk. slut' Worbl JEHOVAH WrrNESSES-Brltt Road
.. =- __ Stuart Lleai Clubr..bdnot.AI misfits rejects and ab- Wo.t Sloth 10 Cob- Point of ulnnlng tonlunlnl ; W. PENCE and ... We..de, Sunday_? pm Watchtower Htud
It..t .
I air *, 11101 or lSrnLn"lVBH OilS Btsdp
P l.m. j she survived to tao Av.P. f PKNCP Bibl &ond.-711 p.m. Bible Study
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCIPmldenwLor Ind.4tk Tow lois of ioI'; .
Wed. HOUMStuart with Martin County, t Ill,
return of
war-brides 'rl1 THE CHURCH
a end will conalder Ihere.r' OF T''i'j..IIII
obJeclh.n .S.hol
Channel .
filing fee to oOD. I
William ..,..* Soroptlmlet Club There carB Heaven- by Jy. I Objeitlona to 11.oP'b'I: l* Jduel 'O' ::1liO Martin ('o. n I RtV 111111 .
Ird S ,..... CoaimuBltf: CaaUreeaeea P ro.Id.nt-hdn. Q. Mctherion mild land 0 10,00 .8. School RCDEEMEC SIt
Tuei. Wol the i Court lima Stuart. lorlda, LUEANI.
Elizabeth 0
A of family ItreeLR '
lit-lrd Thura, .0" ... .* h Ogilvic story 10: tin Chin biiKlnrer Trunteei of sin a month from thou am Mornlug Wonhlp REV.

Beack AraaFr.ilI.otFr.nk Stuart feuds love and revenge on the W.t lilt Sired' between I.h. '.Iornl Improvement Fund. wihin of rl.nd. f lag p.m. E..nlnl Worbl *:II a.m. Snd.. School ROJIJtH Stub
JayceeePrael Ilb"
ronbergind 1 Hint BulllliiK. Tallahaaive fr.1 puhlc.lon 7 DO p.m. ., 10 10 ..
., Wat Rood t till. notlie oln gervleeCHRIST
1 :-
Moa. ....oto... S V.n.Part -O Prior Maine Coast Light summer read. a. '" CII.'urll. d. pi'lor.to Jho! d.l. above t HO p.m. Thur...
aVIerm. T o..., 10 1 pm., Pink Pour Ing Ave. .,"ntli ,". The .ful...rve TO MAM AND MllCT BH TN Ul DI'PTICATB L.YOHV Y..E lo.l. THE KINO LUTHERAN_
....W it.-E. 0. Blnekman TEi.ui0ItAI4TIONi The library reports acquisition 8. (.Iifoenis Ave. b..lw..n West .the lllliut ur to 0'd."ln. 10 .make 1'ho ... 0'.IY If /.: FI.FI F I'ENC'IO -LtU'L AI)" KltTI$trllTl : I I KLITH JOHNSON. Pallor

(.4 Tkara. I p.m.. rtreboue. Amul, fans of. "Sanbu liret slid Chanl..1 AvaT. tied .1 .,.lld" ah.ll b. "bJect,1. to Admlnlntratrlx of. the I ..00 am. Chureh School
Btaart I I Commander-Ulftoa BewndeInd fo mYltr f ThIs Otto Truileei reiervlng uot, Ih.n. J-.t.t. of Phil Penc \ 1IIU tlHCIIT (OlHr OP TUB I 00 am Paalor' claae
Fre.ld.nv M. B. (Benny) 54.1... .4tk MOB.. I p m., Legloa BaD Bog Phobe Atwood Tay IniurMctliin prooram ut Include nil th mlvii 11% of the pi onphat* mlnerhla IieonssrdA4OJll At> t'l JIUKItl. C lilt I 5? IVAmi l euOa a.m. Morning Worahlp'
: lor. "The : anrf nl.'tal. and 55* Itt ISO tAUuot. Volt Mn'rtN ivi'nrr. FIB,?
Sdiuurs0lLm.Roull I Amerleaa Llgiea, Stuart Lib Line by Victor numcd nfrofll* whvn u MEHODI.Tt ,
"r 01'ts'l': 5,5. b'stsssatI 1
Ih..on or tl:ereunderI ate. .A.
ti .
work I. .trol.1 M1ChIAPb: ,
10 UTTII.vAttso'oey ,
Merekutl DM.lea Commander J< ha L. Taylor Canning; of the I lueo..ary li required 10 pay for or ( lIhltSl ., ALTI J.IIUp
gameeketa ltd ..d
Chalrmaa -PbUlp f PIVIII !rol..m.I. d iiuniHiilury' lax it am
Building .J J Hous by Dots M. Disney, and pi Ill 140.1 Ocrst Hlvd. CHEliY I. uuaJHC".JI. 1010 sm. Cburb S.hol

.Tbun...Stuart Ckamber. A..k Legion, 'n'l_ 'Fatal,Lady," by Rae Foley. The .". axMiiimonl It, b. for (lie It,olittl,0000de Tr,,0 vuyslic.ol.', O lion: 1164 rltuart, Hnrld. v.. 11lnll'I, i I, .,. h1oroio. Wo..hl
BY of tlm iKluei
1.'lod Youth .
-Jim hail nil OIIJ1 T tl p.m. "
""fed t May tl, 19i.
CONSERVATIONAaeSibe 4th. Sat, S pav.Amerleaa i"b of th. tout t.o.lhl.of 149.. the mpr"v""I'nt fund oftha rub MARY E. UtUlSOI rt al. )5 hOne eor.hi p.,,'hoe at hi. duel,
Seclel A total of cubic 000.00. .Ia Nlln'lt.1 BUI nf I ThIN (.01513' Jl'IlN'0 ClOt ItT l.lofrtdutlts. Julr, Sod August. Saud., S am.f
Legloa Au.lllary. Jeaaea Be.ebPreeldent fATtltlH NOTION TOPHr: ill
PirMeenl-BuveM Moer*. Bo III 110.0,0 4. The laid aMeiumnnt. IIRYuINZ(10yorosr ''H1'1lOl 1" STATE 0. TRINITY
.. Eliot National bulb Mn. Emma MeOu: of b made .pecla P.04 FHOM 'rul tT\TI ol LO1U. METHOD'ST-.o_ .
Sod Mon S > m meter tout tin 1111IN
wo .hel 1.' -
ted Moo ..... V :
beak Walter Leaiuepraeldent S p over 1962 a fain co Oil proloerly ebotiltiuf tub At I PI! kNot bid" Pa, JEIL OU18ALUII
Euro Jenkins Oarner.
-Ckarto* Kindred wrld lmpeovem.ni. St sot tu facet ii $3.01 W It Kinp. Chlif Engineer Tl(14 lo'PT.b'I'IO 01"lVA a widow I :
let ...... I ..., CourlfceuMJaaler America P r.old.ot-Odcu.* Legion Auill. Tilmal'ad Btuart per cent over thcprcceding year. per front foot TruHlcei I. I Fund $ UUUUiV DEM- I Ella I O I ox 64 4" :; Mary 550, am... w&...jdlr, :
I p.
liedlnitor AukllnLxiKan
Ceaaenatlaa ClubRooo. .4th MOB. I pm Ball I. Bald a....mrte may bn mild I Pub. May 14. tl .1. June 4. 1S6I SItE. It U'l, a. Wai-- 10 ltd : h. .
": In caah at the time of comi l"tl<" n. pennedWOTICK
., 1 SO p.m.. Stuart Yeutk CeaUr Martla Count .anl.W.W.I I and | for lervlte of Mobil 750 lot Kentucky: O.ln.. BedIIIKCI OSCEOLA STOrE
Common,"ler Klra TOStTI(14 CALI.lhU rose 511)0 "C'I.I.lc., nonet) or trrnt S 1105 roM rIUtTtl. a 01 liile man, Flouts t Mai- REV D. NITIODDT. Ij
Stuart ...111.11 Club :; I e by tha City I of HI''- Alt crndltor of Elva : | H. RhIllhff .
Pro.ld.ob-W.' B. Bradley lit.Ird Fri, J. B. Community Crater 1 In lioitbv Klven Ihm pool.- 't or If tlm: on nor .o ulecli. the, TIN ".:.; Mairdalen iJomnke, I>ecea .' are ton, kinttick>\ Huaiin It. Von Mteln, I 14 a.m. Sunder School
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l.t Wed.:: I ,.nu teneral veetlng Martin Ceunty Barrecka ed Bid vtlll b* r.colv.d by 1 h. owner may pay tlereif Ihe llou.e 01 1 hereby notified' end required. lo file I I widow' eetmoreiund. Apart- ) o.m MO'II.Worship
Mai Bk. Auslll.ztrooldnntMr. Hoard of County' minlneloner* of tWit year und a81a.l/ll of mid any rlulmi or demand they moot aO:! Aogoioe l California: oB.n'a '
Sod Wed., dlnewn let "- :1.9Jl. Society meet
!!.:. : P .. Rul N. Hall Martin County. Plot I Ida, In the of. .element the ciond your and tho that TMjr HII.I. C. IIWrKgJV :may have al.IOI said .hl,1 the Ala' and Oeorca F Wad. 0' Sate* fIns.
lit Ird Fri, I Pld Com.: Ckank 1 Initcn. .0.t
fit* of th* Clork of circuit ( ourtat I balance the third year together 1111 1.RK Offl" of Jndue Martin 161S Luneta Thureda .
I'JIIEMU" ORGANIZATIONS' Veteran.. Ceuaty the courthouio In dttiurt, Horlda with Inl.r.1 on tit* unpaid .. of following Count. florltn t In th.ot. Lllve' Del Mar California; Iliuinnh ,,4 p... Prayer ,
...... C..I o Mati. until Pd0 A.M. Juno I h.lln. tlfl, lie have filed aid rortiflt'Ittufor A i aim.i,Allen mingle ElI tl.
,..... Beack tt. AuxlUalTPreil Chairman k.llcr up : 1044 .t tle of not to sIt house at muart. riorlda. within ploru.lrndor woman "OTC rn (.
lent-Mrl. Merle FrvdU Ird Moo... pm, Stuart LotIon horn* and opened a! loon Ihi.reafter aipimlblu <6' per renluin pur .nllln..ce.1 All a tan d.ed to b.Itiaued. thereon lonth from She dot We."nor.IRnd Av.nu". A".rlm.nl ,...B' .".Ir." .
Sod Monday I ..., for th* fulloKlntfiHliulflpHtlon payment. other than If ownt FIts r.rlllc.l. nllb. and year tint IbIs Nol,.e. Pack I.,. AnK |... ( ." : Joke
V.F.W. Stuart 1 th anai-innent tIC in of I.uln'e. .h. description of the olalm or demand rnu.t wrlllnv. "''anl.>. lino known John '.'. IUHEI -
,.... Beach Velunter FIrS\ D.oulm..I M Murray 1-h Truck ; th* pro] .it. nhull 1 be properly. und tha nanm In which Sod munt mite the pine of reel Htanl y, and Hunan Stanley D hue- .. KNIGHT JR. II
Tim.. I ...... rtrebeua Comm.nd.rob., BuDdlag 'T Po..hTn. c Uie.slo ,)'IleU'lrl January lit of eucli I ... < .t are .* followi do ocean I poll of fli'e addrei of th. band ind, wife Jame. Neal, known ..... 'or.hlp 8.10
Pert .....* rb....... Ind..U 1.1.. Gold. a.I .1.lm.nl. .nd mu.t b 000rn 10 bythe to be rt,'ad, T. J. June, known to II": .Sund., Bhl
Pneldenb Mary Aua V.,.w.. lodiuclowsuuumuod.r.Jou.vb ni.) b. ob'll' npd I )I. One-third of the rout of th. ("rl'h'al. No 4 rluimsnt. his 00.01. or hlA It100001 be dmd; CuSS D.. E""olh: L.".
C.ID .t the offlue of Martin Uuardof I Improvement will be from the JINK: 1, 1161L hI old ,. And I. p.m."
l W. : or a "j
Ird Thun. 1 .. 11d I.Uf"i'. IS wi becon. .".
1F..h. 1'0' >i irlill' I pueS' l.o' ,
ounty ConunliiilontiriThe inknoun hunbind
licneial lund of the to la 1'h. or
of HtunrtT
lit-lrd' Bat. 6ilv p eodlnl wie. ago .....
Pert SeUra* Valuateer fire. Departaieat Hoard of Commla.. The aWMimmit ahull VI U H.AT OFI thin hIlt duo nf iprll. 1064 .. tiur aae n HV be' of any or Lll. Mlln.
rr.old.oO-Robrnt Johnioa VFW Aualllary, Stoutomm.odn.Mru. .I loner* ri i>FVI'PI.lit I rt to reject I be levied .peelo loti sod Inndi adjnlnlnlr ',rLM(1INIa In flat Hook F of the natural I penoni who are T,ID Rod .. 4U ..
let-lrd Tuea. rtreheue* C M.Ivlna Weed anvulid.il bid!' and cunllguoui I or bounding 0. leetol. I/I T.* J"II'8 .III IHh1 parti.'B defendant to till. cau.ej I p.m. .MMtlng
- llt-lrd Wed, Golden bat* BuUdlBSMISCELLANEOUS I Vateri Ihl! IJth diy May, It64. and abutting upon soil In: prove III It h. 41: (HHTtllSOV A.d lu: FIRST MITOOIST- _
,wEiNA-oG liT N' HntllD nr till NTY menta or nciliilTy I bniir-ntti-d thereby Name II which ameiied INCOME, OUOHTIIOS" .'.il unknown ".rtn .lnlnln.Intoroet RtV .

::: f'I%"tHKI"ll and fiirtl.t'r; deilk-naipd by thiaieenameiit ISC. Alt or.rv* tint AdmlnliitritorPub b,. I 46 ..Bunder M.ol.IC&
N c d.uncll- David I DuncanSad plat pro\ld May 7. II tl ti 1964 orrliltt'rt,? Ihe bid n".d, dt'folt'dunla '
,4tk 110".11,1 S.-.. ataioai Tempi Civil Air ,.lr Sly KltASK A. .d tor.I. h.rlulure All of .eiul!,I property U' being In Ill i .heir. di'vialenlHtlve .. 'iff :.:. JiY1- Worship
W.CIA. lej.l.p.
Acacia Maeeate Led,eWornhliful r o.nm.nIr.-ll.otnn.ot\ J. K Strong Chairman There li t en flIt In th* CIty Cnunly of MAIillN. mat of 11 Tilt *'Ol''1 Jl "Ut:'1 rot SIT ."I. .,,ct'moors. 'Irg.l r.p. filO p.m. >:..nln. Worship

K.lb Meetl 1I0 p. 'HIA'.I Hall! Stuart I'lorido. Lbs plan*, 1lh.: IV AOl) t'ft .Ml HI' IOIISTV. !, aiilRneei truiteei, lion- '.oo D.m Thor.uia,. Ju..o Choir
.t.rbrl.le Tu..d.r. : 14. II. 1D6I. upeilriiatloni ai nth certlflinto' or certificate ore. creditor or otherwlae claim.l lidS ,
lempk Iub. estIfliulr.sfrcots.d .1. Thuo.duy. pe" ..
let-lrd Tbun, pm. 11.0. Committee el 100 be ..,ordll,' ChoIr
Ih. ......m.nt The tot.l .h.1 rpd..1 PHOHATB >O. 1WMTV .nt.nd : pies?
Anna Mil Circle, ERg 1 h.lrm.n.-I. .mh. TUL.UI'u".: rIAtIOII.t eatlmaled rout of pl"t Improve- to property rtn."lined In RF .\ 10: Ittv pRESBYEtNN. RI" I _
.....id.nMr. WUma Medley t;'.'0'1.. lulnoot. .4. l'hbllnlok) i .1 i H ,'nl I. U9.000.80. such icrtlfUnle or ccrilflrate will OK All unknown partlei h."ln0' kIlt.: : P..
Snil Tkun, S '."' .. Klal LodM 111 W. OOUB Blvd., AT ,... NOTICE! :ll hereby loon that thuTrutotoesot ".. Thll lltenlutlon be pub- bo "obI I to the hlulient I,Id.ler It the I"T'TI ITlm WAT$0N.R4ITI4'E t planning 11 I have nny right: Ii"rrbJ eo: ..Ar"o"&I'A ,:' j
thu Internal Improvemunttuid HahI two tlmei In 1'h..h,1. S Nev/i. rourt houiie door on the float Monday d..o IntereM I In the following e. 1.101
Beta .1... Pa Sererity L Coll.ri Aeeecletwa of the Htatn of riorlda.I In i Ii a newipHper of I limitationpnbllHhiid In month of JL.Nfc IKHt. which TO : real property iltuata In Martin I 00 n.m. Wut'ehlp 1.1..

Ep.Uon Zeta CIi.Btrr ... ..'--Mra, Bill Hor.1 ineetln t In the Hoard llooin of the In th"en,1. City of Htuart. ll the FIRST Inv of JUSt, lIt. AI .r.dll"r of the i>il.t.of An. Count, 1"lot Ida: ::00 1.8. Yuun0 '' .. FUo.hlp
U. J. Abbott T ucu., S:10 ...., M Gul.Ctrl.OhikLively II ovortlor'0 (ItfIt',. CopIlot Illullullognhilult'd Touted til 30th day of AI'1UUnonoTUT depeaird are harehr
Irld.nt-M. I ,.... bomee for II):00 A.M. (KH.Tin; J'lorhl" Ar>oiTED thIs itth 3)54. notified and required to file any Parcel 1: All of th. North ones 'IEBYEIN ,UM"UNIT
ht.' Tu. A. Club Jul00 Uth 11104. wIll ronal Inr appll. day o IFI,ANI' UM PIERCE. rlalma or rlvmandi which they may ha' of the Northeast Quarter .. DICK80M
XI Cemna Phi Cbapterfneldent p..ld.nM. L Aiklnr Arbegeet cello tutti.4. by Crary. ( riryuoiCrony /./ HVY' '. IMKF Clerk uf circuit <'ourt of Mar- have .gtuln.t .eld e.tti. In the n' the riiuthwe.t ,,d uMI.r of 'INCII 11 Binder 1..100
-Mn. Joe tinier .. 18 P." BomeiMartin y. *J. I'rawer 14. aiuan rity CO'1nl.elon"r.Mayor' till Cm""y. Florid" floe n' tho C'oonty .lIge of M".tln the Northwpat Quarl-r of Hoc- *-m 8.. *< hlp .nol.
ht.rl .I.hu... I p..bomeeDauikter Florlulit, on faehilf of ATT1OIT0 '!FALI Count?. .'orlda In Ihe eottrthotoeSt 1 1:34 Tnwnihlp IT Its, p.n,. Youtb. F.llewihlp..
., the 5.001101100N..otMn. Ceuaty Fair A..I.d. r>*ik"r, for purrhi of the" rIO. / / ('ALP Mun.\IT. lu : Apri 10. Slay 7. I. U. I" Htuart within nix cmi. t E.et. lying- O I'uII till p. Widi AdultY.u1
A..r. Pr..tl.ot.-4. W. Hu..., In deionbBd land .wltl end.r moethI fm,, lIre dole 0' bIte Btat Rood 0107-A. Ckolrg
MaJI Xl let MOB. till ,..... ".rnltur Bldf. Approved te to form and flout publication thle notice. r:a.'h INn. civ. UN'T.'A
Ird Tbure.. 1.. >'ll. No. IIlt13S5I.53A ne.. thl. llib day of May corre.t, \IrVIl'E .t. I'Tt'T'o': ToISst.svlSs claim' or demand muit ha In writing Parcel 9: "I nf the- South on*, ,. 11_ FUOWSHI
Methere DeMeley Chub Martla Ceuaty, boll and Country CJab parcel I of slibinotOttul I bind In mi. : : r It II1101 'tMKNntlie sndntt,0b.t' th* pin..e or rentdene hll nf :orlh..1 quarter l. ., Orl.. Fot Plar.(nt...
"r..IuIoot-Mr.. J.ck.un Wrllht '..jldenV-Ed Hlgbe* I thu Indian\ Ither In Moot Ion I. T. T fit r>MTtR X>V, le II.r'b given that the and pnnt-offlce addreea of the lie H: .. uuarter of r.lo".hlp 5.0,01.. Itno Binduy1
Moo 7 l l iSO p.ra. ..1. lenyle Ird lue, f 10 p.m. ClubhoBB Townihlp 37 Couth.: Slang 41 ('Ii? Attorooy undt relxned under th. prcn'isioOO claimant .nd muit b. sworn by Ih., Nirthoeat Olarttr of PenII Sthuoi. 10 '.8..lOedo.
.u 1..1.: Martin I'olnl hay U. hI. of t'hit lrt.Ioml Law of l.'IorId'e.: the hi usgon t. or hi at. : m TownshIp 17 Houth, PENTECOsTAL
Ladlee' Aunlllary t ladlaa R'verEneampmeat Martin Ceunty Farm .,. moie particularly ) 'Iorld. 'Pb.1 18 At't renlMtiir with the t onto cl.lmal.. will become void acoordlnr 1:2h rant' lying Doutli of TIS 118Lald..."
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29 ...(dent-Albert Kru.gerInd ; MOHlUt Clerk of The l'IT.UI Court In indfor law III' MuO.t. : *...
Chief Matriarch Cl.drl Eo.m. Thun., 881.01 In.M.rtl. tulowo I T'LLU..ttl 41' H Martin' nlll Florida: oil.reu'.iPt This lit.day of VKT. 1M4. Ihor."om the ucepln. 10:1 pm. Sunday Puedn, School 0......
dub Tu.... I p.. IOU Hall .. Jrom 11. Sorthweit Co.n.' ofrnl.nt NOTICR I. nor,.by given that th* of prnor publliatlon of /., CL.ARK\CB .TONMAdmlnlitratnr : 11.llnnln.10 foot Wil 0' TIe pm. Wsdueduo Bb"busH. &
el Odd f.U._ Ceunty, A..t. l.dl. Club tI..\ l.t 1. "1 tlonJ Truel..o'lh.'n'ern.llmp".vmontn thIS eoiit'r, the fl'tIll! goons mo to- of th* Entit thu. COle the .

I..do. 0.. (h.iou Pr.ld.nt-II BrlltoB > Iho." ruin Hnitb. OO'JT Futtd of tha of Florida, I n wltIIFN MDMMI AM) StUN'AGE of Artie nt.nn. deceaaedurnnicK Houlh, one-h.I th.l.rh..t CrHtERM CHLIPCH OP CHRIST
D. dray S p.m. AT 1-4611 the \\tiit linn nieotbn In Uoom of Oh. out Icr tuilt'h w* will en(..* HILMAXJI4 Itetltie CHRISTIAN I CHURCH
5.mtorJohn IOOF Ball H!rill lo., dlMam of o.K Dovernori ()fft"! e Capitol Hi I lldliiuicheduled In hoolitoos. hsoitug our prlnHnat Dutura.Street ter of th* Northwest Quarter Chooob Stroso J.._ lomb
let-lrd TUM. I p m. Marti* County Society lf plat of iilneu In 2I.rtlnCobittly. of H.,ctlon !2. 17 LLOH I,.
Hllor "' .", run Mouth U.3S' for 11:110: A.M., BUT) on 111.r. Ve.t Palm B'h. Florida To.n.hl\ InlER ISiobso.,
ladlaa Rlv.r E".p..nt 23 "... ,lent-Roland Mvrrall J"I.; a ,'. of UI.M fiet June 14th. 1144 sIll roeiidrr sp Ii- kilt; Slut Ih. 1".1.. 10. Attorney for AdmlnlitratorPnh Houth. Ron.41. \..t 5,00. ..8. lIon.I. II. ,
Chief Patriarch hum ond Wllio lit luei" 1,1 D."' .. Strut N.U SIMuultlplu 4. ahor (II"* of the Indian I ration madi W (harlv B blti.Adu.nt Seroel.'I In s I d are ,' Mar 7 14 tl ho, ioei 819 '.pi 1 ,* run Houth I 5,.. '.1. .,. Wrhtp 50rviee
lnd-4tk TUM.. I p.m. lOOf BaUJeaeaei ServlcSeeratarr SlIver for 111. Point of Beninnlnici P Box Fort I lerteFlorida 54.4112024 I.A' und 1.l'I.1: M. feet: th 000erlt ":..1 .1 '..t: Ida p.... Thurniut. Blbl. 8tud
Liln. them"* run North li' 14' nOje :pjo A Crawford IMW. of \' Keach .nd IN "0( '?T <'oi AT ..TiirMiti lb onoerun North I t. 0
Beeck .q.Club Bad A -Carl H TurseeBd J.I. dl..n... of JtO feet to fir hie. of the following that lb orearensoihor periInlereitel RIOTSI inn '' ..0Fl.tnCuPlOt .I pnlnt of b..lnnlnl.PUbJ. The
ImoId..uI.---G.orol Tuttle < .4th Tuel, I .... .. Pulkhead linothem. ; land, to-wlt In .aid builneai 1 A KIH Irish considered the big.
d.orlb.d : 'I M'KTf
(Tke Wlmedeuela) .* run Mouth 14* J8' H* K.\ )": 1.4w ( STY. ..' to rrservotlos a. Seuoitttuente gest of
Palm .
Hate) City Hem Chk ( potatoes
Fonberg in
Pould.ot-Mr. P..lt. 1':"." tha poliO Fll No. Hll43JtJllThree 1b141'Lhlt St. 1.47W 'IIV SO. ot the
Sad.4th. ..I p.m.. J. II .CkankOutof Pw.lltnt-Mro. Elliebeth 1..1. .I.n.. of Dlikhed1.lno. ; contlMuoue I parcel ofubmerired Pub.I April 10. May 7.: 14. it. 1M f'I' ( I"1"Oml 9 .cord world eat an average of 394
II..D I.I. lit Tuei.. I,10 a..Clvl C lit roror"n 10111 IJ. W.t lund Indian You and ach of you are hereby pounds per person a year.
tX .1.., a dl.l.nr. 0 feet to .' I lOver In I nltll. and IJ. required fIle renowor or
.0 Pelaclana Koaael Chub throes 0.ton Townablp IT Inu.h. Ran** 41 M Ti'(OI .SIT Jl IM.KH f'01 ItT ... PI.laUt. I other pleading to a Complaint fl.d
n. Ird Wed I.1 .1J"n" r O H MkltTIV COIYTl. malnit you and seth nf
\\nt alone Martin CHARLES MVHTIV you
rld.nM... P til. Call AT )J.o. ; meeting BUVM ." hor* a dlitance of 1.1. haiterlr Counli t'I..ld. PI.tiItlll%. A Cheney 8, Kredrli'keen, the generalnature I Stuart Rotary
I In. ,:.rn I'llOlltTU lltOIN $ I I of whlih I t. to till to Clu
Pert Baleni Horn ._. Cluk U.K rent: continue the North 301 uf llovern- :0. \OTIfK Up- Wj qll.
Cl Cfcapter .. "lore linn North IJ oonl Itt,,nt Lot 1 rf Bald dertlon li.l HP tErITATB TO: C"\HIfcll A. the abova dea. rlbeit property, otherwlee Meet. w.I2f
, C. R. Alkley Piuld.nt-Mr.. Zlllak Newlln IT* a riletani' of l>log lanteriy, uf flute Ho*.I IA1A OFJAMfc : 4164 Huron Oncelbo.rtuortl. the .bIrsotlo.aaoolaie'
.Id.ntMn. .. am, kerne* lit Thura.. tilt p.m.. Ctvle C."t f,'rt Wel Point of 1'.2 containing a 'Ola of I." a THOM.\ Mlcl'Iran ed In the acid omplalnt wi b* 0. L Stat.. .
1..1 I (onlulnhiK aire, more or acre more or leu Pore.). YOU ARK IIKKFUV NOTIFIFn taken BI ronfeeaed by and Pt"n.
Pleven el .
Clrle' 1.1 :
0. Io. 'o. Rlptd. M.r" In. 1.11 t: T.. ('ISsss'l'tssn that K Complaint for Divorce em'h of you. and the mold rauM mill Smlll8.t.
.Cuulwrlatlrd President-Johnnie C. tub.. Ill cnnildor nbjm-tloni thorxOhjeitliK and mill eoneWxr objection theretO All ,111 of the solute f been filed. aitalnat you and you arerenulred then proceed ex p.rt. anewer .
Tuean tilO ,m, 11..1 Temple lit.ard Th.... 4pm. Ueneral MeetingLaat ttt. In tlio proponod >al* Objeitlon la the propoied ode JAMR H. 1tin\\HON. doremaud.are to eerv a rutty of y yo.ir or other pleading ml.t l.d on Sunr. 101P
Roval P.UB RebekaneNoble Thor. I ,.... Builneu Meeting of Hid Ulid nlir.illd tic ,ubmltl I dth of aald land annul be submItted hereby n 'lifted and required to An..r nr .th.r 11..dln. I. the or before June I. 1964. wih th*
Grand Mra, Grace Hallletlrd St. Lucle. Inlet Yacht Club 10 Chlvf hi,Kln..r. Iruotooeo> fthu to the Chief lumlDoer, Trueteo. of file any clalmi or d.l.nd. which ; Compl.lnt nn Ihe ., At .- Clerk of JhI Court and a ropy muit ,
No".. I pm 101 Hal Int.r.,1 I Improv.m.nl .'11"I. th Internal 1m D'.'..! .' l-und I they may have Ild mat ..v. ELTON H SOHWAIOR. Un b deFoe tan the llalntlff ban-
Btuart-Jeaeeai Elk. CmmodDL. Hiwhen .:1101 Hllhlnl. T.lliluoo. Elliot Uulldlnir. Tallahanaee, Plorlda. In ISO ,'" of the <'ounty Judie : Denver Avenue. P. o Box a02C. "..u.I I nerupo 0 20 attorney who are J ,
Ru..D. L...11 lt .... Yaobt ClaB h. tlit, tint 110.1.d. 5ntutotltunttl prior to tl I..* date flrit aba** of Martin County, Fluirtul: In tfi* I ot. FI.rld.end fll. the original Ouvhterenn Olgh..o.) P. 0
Zt 10. Stuart Beard ., IrnItu.Pr..bboot..Ru.om .. Iho T.u.t... ....r.e n.nlon.d Th. Truiteve.000Ve Courthou.e at Htuart, FlorIda. within .. .I h., "1..lln. In t hOfflc prw.SS. Ilu. CITY
. Club the right I.derlln to mak solo 0' detlln ta ,o.he sole of ill calendar month from the of the Clerk Circuit 1hl. Nolle ehall b
.r" AIJ.U TIltoB cut, or all 1 of I aal*' I fend syor.Ii of laid land Th. lalo. If date of the fli,'.t pullkatlon of till! Court an or before the llth dar of 1"11.1' In The Stuart Newa.
let Tuee.. f ... ManitM Club lit Tkun., I p.., Stuart R. when made hlIV\.T subject II.0 and when made ehall b* lubjett to notl.Gnrh claim or demand munt Zone 1,4. If you fall to do *a. aPoeree : ..h.lorr.S I ,. COMMISSIONSTUART
.y.b Stuart Stamp Society the Truateei thorn. the 'rusle.. rervlng unto themlelvee b* w.Iln.and muit itat th* Pro Confe.eo will b* taken County. of Mnrtln one *
tat c. T. "' Sri,.' fc of hate, nub of th* phoephat* mlnerol. place ... and poet.office ; acalnat you for the relief demanded ." week for four coneecutlv
Howardlit President-Thomae H.menway rail 116; n etali and laos of lb; .1Id' Mill and 5*% of tha dlrena of the claimant and mu.t I" t4. C.mnUIntDOtB ..
Tkure. S p..... 1001 Hall Rod Moa, I ".'u"l Library ".trnl.1 thereon or thereuni,. petroleum thereon or .thereunder he.wore 10 by the hi. I AND .. Dtttartriorlda. ruiNE AND ORDERED) at

Ul.110d D.... ... CeafederaefPreeldent Teuriet Club l'I..h".e' I. rotyiIrod' to PIY for 0' Purchaier !I. reiulred to pay for orfuriiMi .leli. or hI eatIirOo clalm.nt wil thle 'onp.ET. .. May 1544.ltl'OIiOTIIY Florida. II'S. aoth dav of REGULAR StEErING
1.,1. H Io..o ".nl.h d".ntar t.. .I.mp.' doPiimentarv tax llampi ."1.1! ".''rdlig 'I.w. l'lwpt'Pl< ,1RHY PIERCE Irtm1
lad lit Ird MOB. p.... Tet' CoD. for the In'Irnm.n of onovcysnol' for th. Inalrurnent of .on..... AprIl, hutbh. ,I',.. Clerk of the Clrenlt CourtMartin ( Court
1Uoll od Eaetera BY on HE It of th. Truateee of' BY ORDER of the T.u... LtJAIlEd TIH1MVBOV. County Florida 1.rt. (Count Florida 1,00 FJVT. 2nd ana 4th
a..0)I K berte .,. tluo, Internal Improvement tuml ol, the Tnl..n.1 In.v.m.nt. Fund of Execut >r tHth. Estate of'Thouus.eoii By Cnpolvnn Zl" )C..I)" '
lad-4tk. I PJB.. MaeeBl Tempi When the barracuda Is abt h. Utate of Eluniule.b'ARRId th* Htati of FloridaFAHRia Janl B TVontT Clerk CI.r lIOSDv
- to attack, it usually $ BHIANT. Ill VAST. d..d. WTOV n HCHWART.Attorney (Cttault' Court
.- Ooven.F Oovernor /., T C HOne for Plaintiff I Ol"HTERB' OLOIITER8OV, Stuart C>rjr hall
OOVESNMENTAI.Cl. O'CUUZnONI headdown position in the watu : Aie.': hIt for fc.xcutor 510 tlanver Avso... : Otchl.l..

., aUa At such times, the darks spots I) rAt..1. Xtnrx Chief Engineer Chief: Engineer f 0 Box Ills P O. Box toil P O Drawer Public. Always W.lcomtII
.. .e T. I. J>ind TI'u'fll Fund *. Pttayt, FlorIda I dtuart Florida

J..d I.SfflM. CItY HaB its sides become more prominent, Pb1 May tl, .1. al Jun 4 ltd Pub J. II Jolts 4, Hit ;:ri"fldt tl '.1IH Pub.' ),1 U. : 2. Jun. I. *.. Pub. Mar f, U, '1'1 1JI4 N r _

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: ".rq.} Baby Shower Bible Union Church Chic Organisation{ Illl Sll' VRI (IliirldiilIS Tbunduy, May 21, 1964 I D
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i"f'f' '. ( .t'.I \ :< ---------t) Has Need of a SafeBible Installs OfficersPalm
: :" ,' : : For Mrs. Minear
i : .:., .. ., Union i Congregational City Civic OrganiMtion Royal Castle Will
'1 .J'' .;" Church needs a !safe in which it met Tuesday, May2\ at the CIVIC j
t "\ fhc Congrejtau.11 ( hurch Sunday can keep us records dating back center The meeting was called ,
I school as .i whole held I a show. over forty yearn If you have one to order by Rev. H Host
or know of h" give George
someone can
f: I er tor Mrs Jlld.'nf1l1l'ur on Friday a fireproof safe large or lunull who introduced Herald Brown to I Occupy Comer LotAn

i'i''I evening in the church assembly : to :the : r IIrc&'C&' inform install officers for .the year I4( 4, I
r., ,I hall with thirty pnse-nt the officers 65. I
I The sitls wire placed in a baby The old records are valuable The officers. are; Presidentn. I oil-wnk tor hlilldll1g I per i .mi Mint lit< $17.000. The restaurantwill
I bed and wheeled in to "K presented and "should be preserved in a safe dy Zglimeki. ; vice president Mrs math in !\IlIlln ( ,mm I.isi week he built at the !southeast cor
bAngle Cunningham Judy Please let "tome of the offers R. H Reddiek; corresponding see I saw only ileun issiel I for ,i total ur ol U. S. I and Colorado Avema -
''Moore and! Martha I 1.ll1e dressed know if one i is available retary Mrs Louise! Miller and ot 141. <("H I
ai nurses' MJinda M near in the treasurer, Mrs. Ruth Rlaeklxiin.. I 1 Ihe. lme.1-"I I lit i .1 i R,,\ ,il ( 'islkiln I line city permits totaled VO).-
bed dressed is a hula. unwrapped Rll\1\I\Gt: : S\U: Mrs Mary Zglimeki will act us recording -I i.m rc:>l, i,'"i 55,11 i ''lied I In -11'11 while" eight county permits
the gilts 10 give to her mother NUUSVPrtn: secretary until _. n C is the its, hill 11 UK 1I iisx I i I o I I totaled. Si.I fillHEARING .
' were seru\l to; Mrs holds rummage !sales every Fri. Two new members were 1'1..1\. ---------- -- -
'I Barbara Ko/elka. Mrs/ Miriam day and Saturday in the old Three eed, Mr and Mrs \\illium \VntsOIUNItlK r
Giersbmeh Mrs, Helen I Mrs.
ne. t AIDS
Coins dime store' building on Osccola
Jane Etch, Mrs
t (race Wolfe Street in Stuart They wouldwelcome \' IIKtMtN:
Mrs Carolyn Allen, Mrs Mavdell I I
usable article \emislieon and AnilhStniie
Mrs any you um: BIS\! \\HK:
Moore \V
mired Mead Myrna -
wish to dispose of and will pick
Mead!, Mrs, Julia Lane. Mrs them up each Wednesday if Two woods files on Sunsti! '' tar all makes of liislniiiiinls
Peter Guesno. Mrs \%'oodrowWilson will call the church. you) Trail May 12; one on Baker Road
Mrs RohvVard, Mrs May 15. and a car fire on the tnr i- s ,\,\RI'.JIRI.1K'dlll| pru.raw;: lij
Vermellc Baker. Mrs, I eta Smith, Mrs Bertha Connell. Nuiiga pike. curly Monday. May I IK. hive ,tcuuslkas'
Mn Clara Jerome. Mrs Jessie tuck Conn.. a guest of Mrs Morcncc kept our fire department on die
Moschcll Mrs ROM I Uighlon/ Taylor. is making. several go during the I past week free lititrinu list In battle ur offurBulUrits
Mrs della ( hnstmin Mrs Margaret stops I in Florida on her return tripto ,
curds molds
Homun Mrs. ( hirks Knud- I Connecticut 1I.tfUhllll Sanders was 1111 i the uuaiem.r
son, Mrs Steve Blaski. (andy sick list lust week Mr I,,10.1
Watts Mrs Jolly Bo/oiu' and Mrs Man Robertson and ton tanc. her assistant was ,n the JHISI \ Hearing Aid Center
Mrs John Palters mil, those Hollywood, s pent' t the weekend'I office during her ,ihseiu Mis
who look pan in the entertain I with ( D and! J T, Robertsonand I smJerreturne.\ .! lor dun Mon L 70 w ment families day morning ,

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: GEORGE: F McMILLAN! retail furniture dealer, :2)!> Areca Drive, Orlando with his frienJ, J. S.
Swallows, Orlando, retired cattleman, with four knock which then caught last Friday The two center
fish weighed fifteen pounds, four ounces McMillan caught a twenty.five.pounder in the St Lucie !
a couple of weeks ago Needless to say they think this I is a good area in which to fish COUNTER PRE-HUNG W ATE R 3 PIECE TUB
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$ PALM CITY NEWS Mr and Mrs. Andy Zglimekl ENCLOSURE
received word of the birth of their Ruilite' Laminated 30gal. ELECnUC: I
MRS. ANITA WRITE, Correspondent 287-!582 second granddaughter on Wednesday Plastic:i ALL SIZES C(} IPLETH
May 13. The parents are
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Ramkes. Jr.,

I' Local Girls Observe Glen Mrs Lyon.at Thomas supper, Pa Saturday B. Wolfe night entertained in 37c $11.62 $37.95 $85.00 $11.95sq.

honor of her twenty-seventh wed
I' ding anniversary Mr. Wolfe is in ft. Ten Year \VurrantyI
Auxiliary Week HereThe Pennsylvania and could not be -------------I-- _
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present Guests were Mrs. Helen -
, Eng Mrs. Jane Esch, Mr. and RN GEInterior Exterior Interior Flush Alumi'num Awning
Mrs Everett Chriitman, Mrs.
Intermediate GAs' presented atcd setting
Wolfe and Wolfe.
a play entitled "When Do We After the tea Mrs. Mar)' Alice Tommy DOORS WINDOWS
Start Being a Community Missionary Yinglmg, GA director, presentedMrs Kenneth Moore was elected'I H 0 0 D S HOUSE PAINT
"'" at the WMU general Frances Grose. GA counselor president of the Eastern l District PAINT Gal. from COMPLETE
meeting on Tuesday! May 12 at with a green GA notebook. Youth Fellowship of Congrcgationil .
the church. I Others t were : Mrs 'hurches at the meeting in
The cast included: three GAs 'I Pauline lee Mrs Marietta t Lake Worth Sunday afternoon $23.50 $3.40 $3.70 $8.17I
Debbie Van lumen, Alice Crews Yingling Mrs. Betty Kmdhcrg, Others who atteendcd were Rev $2.95
and Evelyn Austin: GA counselor Mrs Bell\ Myers, Mrs Mo/ellu and Mrs Walter Gicrshach Mrs
Mrs Frances Grose; mother, Austin, Mrs Keenic Tatum, Harriet i Let Williams Mrs. Maydell I
Mrs Doris Van Tumcn, and child, Keaton, Lilly Navijar and : Moore, Tommy Wolfe Jerry Maw --- -
Jackie Grose. Mrs Barbara Kahle Diana Bogess. nmncy and Martha Lane. 10TILEBOARD S-TEP 'I CEMENiMaULDINGS
directed. The week of May 10 to 16 was A T I
Following this tea was served GA Focus Week and a special Andy Zglimeki and son, Jerry, I
to the group in a prettily decor- activity was observed each day. spent a few days I last week I nWagram DOORS
I N C. visiting Mrs'IZghnicki' : LADDERS $1.25 Bag FIR
father, who has been:
MRS. ESCII ENTERTAINS ill for several months

n Mrs Jane Eseh! : entertained a left Friday, and for Mrs.two Henry weeks'Tatum vacation Mrs Stella Market 24 '
is visiting CASING
group 12: to of celebrate friends on the Tuesday seventy! ,.third May Barnesville, Ga., is their i relatives in State College, Pa. $57::00 c MORTAR I\UX\ 4'/2C
first stop to visit! a daughter, and
birthday of her brother, Tom then they will go on to several Mrs Barbara Kotclka I left $3 75
Owens. Monday to the in I
In North Carolina spend cummer
Those enjoying cake and fixings places Rev Loys Frink had chargeof ihertyville. 111. Mr and Mrs I sq. [1. $1 15 Bag BASE 6c
were; Mr. and Mrs. Everett services at Palm City Baptist Richard Dillon, her daughter and I C omp. With Screen
Christmas, Mrs. Helen Eng Mrs Chapel Sunday, May 17. Brother son.in.law, also returned to I.ib-
Thomas Wolfe and son, Tommy: ertyville/ driving Mrs. Kozelka. -
AI Cross of Fort Pierce will hold !
Mrs.and Jackie Jack Grose Lee and Jessie sons, James James morning services on May 24, and Mrs. Janet Palmer flew home PLYWOOD PLASTIC CERAMIC I CABIN-iT SHELVING
Rev. frink in evening. I
Mills the hostess! and honoree to Cherry Valley, Ohio Thurs-

BAPTIST BOVSLNILRTAIN day after visiting her son, Lee. I 1'1" x 4' x W PIP TILE I SINKS 112 PINE
GA STORAGE GIRLS Carl J Blackburn entered Fort
The intermediate boys of the Pierce hospital I last Tuesday, had I arum
WAREHOUSE Baptist Chapel will host the girls surgery Thursday and l is to return I $Z.69
Sunday school class on Saturday borne some time this week. I

Storage by the Jonathan May 23, at Dickinson a hamburger Slate fry Park.at Two of our senior citizens, Mrs : FROM 2c Fr. 38/ZC Sq. Ft. $4.30S 12c Lin. Ft.

Elizabeth Huston and C. L. (Pop) I sheet I
Those attending are to meet at per
DayVeek Claytor, have had the misfortuneto
the Van Tuinen home at 3;30 I
fall and sustain broken ribs
Month Year ing p.m.will for be transportation from 4 to 6 The p.m.out. They are both at their homes Why HE r- Exterior Flush t -- N-E I J5.lh 30-lb{)
USED FURNITURE & not pay them a visit I E MEDIC I or A TT I CROCK

APPLIANCES Mr and Mrs Judson Minear Mr. and Mrs Travis Stone visited
AlGOLDEN GATE spent Sunday afternoon visiting the Dick Sehillers in West I DOORS CABINETS
_the_Ray_Huttos_m_ Belle Glade _I Palm Beach on Thursday. The' I FELT STAIRWAY
Sehillers are former residents of :
Palm City. I sx4xS from

Just For The Graduates Mr. and Mrs. Don Kahle and I I '

l land family, Ga spent. visiting the weekend Lee Kahle in Cleve. I !1.57 $600: $4.45 $ 1.79 Roll $13.85

Mr and Mrs Clarence Camp I :
[ rT-! with bell: the Okecchobee Clarence, and spent Ray Sunday Ullcy I I I IfIFIBERGLAS[

families. It was Clarence !..
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q ate, t Mr and] Mn. Albert Capen I I COPPER ATTIC CLOSET WASH DOWN

Hole Sound, spent Saturday visiting .

Mr and Mrs. Pryor Gilliard I I I SEATS CLOSET
and family spent the weekend in' 1 t/ 16 24 With Shutter
x liA.
i iI iN ii x
EASY t tCREDR Wauchuta.ISIT I II ox 60 ]toll
f gi I sq. ft. 21csq. ft. from
TERMS k i $

wd Mltl MM awn AMTkt IF Imtl upUrM-t HwclKm I $469 $720 $9 .06 $ 54.40 $1.99 $17.95

I I IDdrl I I
tint mlck. u pl. tii gi l f lU-This ., roll roll
kn a white. Maul nf u nty Ihhd wail sass irt
WMMiM WKt .M kfK.l.t CltcMt M Carp "a" slit _ _ _ _
Nat{ oral rliraarI '0,1.M / d is sit aadwr -
Calla w Nita. 57 Mwah. an.adae,
wat.Pr.P, a.en
21 s. $4L
taataat.r4.a I Ywr F.Mrfi. DrtabWC

VINCENT'S JEWELERS I STUART 0\1&DRUG LUNCH CORP. We Occupy the Old Bellhouse Window"Plantt

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231 Osccola Avenue 287.1878I T AL.LoaritO I


i-D TiE STL ART (fllar NEWS Tnnrsday, May 21 1964 Back
..."...t r ""i\Wi\ l'{ r .
r Broward .. t t ;.." i ft'r From Colorado
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DRUG STORES i :." : : :'.r-1lI\'j( 1' 1. .." I Savings Meet

'0" Paul J. Henmngs, ,
treasurcr .
_/ ., cnn
I f 1 troller of First Federal Sd\m,,
iI and Loan Association of hlanm,
t ouwy. returned Friday from j
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737 ; i one-week umual meeting ol the
", \ : j Society of Savings and Loan ( (111-
OPEN 1MON IHRt S\T 7:30 A.I."IlL! 9 P.M. : "" J I i trollers In Denver, Colo

OrE SU1NDV 8 AMI.: -12:30: PAL: 6 PM.9 PM.: : ) j. Henmnas, who it preidentk| t
of the Gold Coast Chapter ot ih"

Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. Association! of Controllers, w,.I',
l I accompanied by his wife, dluji

.n ... The convention featured me.,.
I ( '. ; ings to better Inform local Saving,
BROWARD CAN REFILL ANT i 1 \" t..,- A'i and Loan Associations on the m"

I \ ." .. .... regulations recently released I?
Refillable PRESCRIPTION regardlessof ..... ,,,. ...... :. '. the Federal Home Loan Bunk
fitted 1'.' <( .. .... ,, Board, and clinics on associaiion'
where originally : ._
J'I.. .Nfl. : \\, management and The next time you used a prescription! I .. .' '1"j'l I'' '. A sidelight of the trip was a(
ie.f i .. ,.. .", i.." \ ., .' ,.1 visit to a ski lodge Dcmr
y filled or refilled bring It to Browtrd : near
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.. .... I 't. ; 5.4' t1 "j' :
tor savings and .rv. \Va stork com ,. ., ; : ., where Gladys Meanings saw snow
plot life Jnrludtnj the newest "mir I. .r ," f ) ,. f f till tl}..'. ,,.". J1J + rI for the first time i in her life.
:' .,,,,, v u f
I. acle drugs a. We fill prescriptions from 1"" d _]"0. ij
opening td clo rng. You cant buy I 1I j '.. }\. I I tS. 41. '"
higher quality or better enlce .o I I : :... .I',....... f o\\ ",.,.. ....' :, r r j9r /Elected
I :r" wrRJr uf -- to. ; .ft .1 ; ;k'
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As President
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WHY PAY MORE? I ._ a1 J't'0\' : ,,' w I.. ; e'I"'l."fI. H Palm Lake of
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I 0" .." ., ':' } GroupSeveral

THERAGRAN 'M' 5.17 MEMBERS of the Candy triren, teen-age volunteers now under the direction bar Walker cap and pin; Janice Weiss, cap: Barbara Hart cap, pin, Karen Wheat, in Palm Lake meetings Park have for been the held.

Mrfilar 789- BOTTLE OP 100 9QUIBO ., ol the Martin Memorial Hospital Women' Auxiliary who received caps, pins cap, pin: Virginia Decker cap; back row left to right: Judy Denny, cap, Melba of organizing the landcmn purpose .

and stripes In ceremonies Friday evening. May 15, were, left to right, front Merritt cap, Joan Brandt, cap pin. Sue Weiss, cap, Merilce Rollison. cap, Li- ers into civic association The
ABDEC DROPS 2.19 row Sandie Bailey, cap, pin and first stripe for a total of 500 hours work: Bar- leen Jjrrcit cap pin, Linda Hall, cap: Pattie Feaster, cap, pin. primary objects are road improve

ireutar 151-10 oe ..................... and merit beautification of of the area

II Fourteen 'Candystripers' Awarded Their Insignia Elected welfare as officers the community were: pre l.

BABY OIL 73' dent, Cecil Melton, vice president '

regular Wt-JOUNSON A JOHNSON ... Don Williams, secretary, M r* I'
In ceremonies Friday evening, Mrs Hazel Lookado, R.N., assistant Ruth Miller; treasurer Mrs. Mart
SACCHARIN Tabs. May 15 at 7:30: p.m.. at Martin director of nurses, will be link, directors, Oscar Williams, I
1.19 1 f Memorial Hospital, fourteen "Candystripem the instructor. Ray Miller, Ed Godlewski John
!4 *r, LOOO-i-wlth t 200IREE ...:...... -f ," teen-age volunteers Any girl teenager Interested. in Lechner and Bob Alcorn. The en J
''r under the direction of the Women joining the classes should contact tertamment committee membersare 1
s 'p s t"t"S t"r .
SWEETA LIQUID 1 ue Auxiliary, received caps, pins, and Mrs Trmter. Mrs. Alcorn, Mrs. OscarVil! f
1.27 Banta and Earl Harsch.
lKok 1SO-3 MIM clM ....,......... stripes. The awards we reread by At the present time there are
The guests and girls were welcomed -I Mrs W A. Gesncr, awards chair. thirty-six members. The I
by Mrs. Karl Stoneburner, man for the auxiliary, and pre. group !
will meet the third
on Monday ol
PEROXIDE Edward's 59 president of the Auxiliary and sented by Mrs. Lookado to Sandie each month, interested j

16 otuux la.-90 votum .....,.......... Guy Cromwell, hospital administrator Bailey, cap, pin and first stripe, invited to any attend. personsare
spoke on the value of the Janice Weiss, Linda Hall Virginia ,1
.-1t : girls' work to the hospital. Decker, Sue Weiss, Melba Mer-
&<*Z Z y j Starting the first week In June ritt and Judy Denny caps; Barbara MRS. CLEAR GOING
g gi I a new training class will begin, according Walker. Barbara Hart, Karen ;.
11"i to Mrs Genevieve Trint- Wheat, Eileen Jdrrett, Joan Brandt V L. Clear of Sunny Acre
I er, R.N., director of nurses The and Pattie Fea i .. : class will meet for two hours each The caps represent fifty hoursof Sunday for her summer homeat
1'i I't1ft'- '" > .' l day the first week and once a week work, the pins 150 hours and North Webster, Ind. She will
.I ti: L thereafter through the summer the stripe, 300 hours. be accompanied by her daughter
SIZ1I l e I Following the program, refreshments Mrs Zola Swarthout Mrs Swanh-
: .
I>... am. were served in the snack out will return after a short slay.>
sooIOINK SENIORS TO BE FEnD bar by the auxiliary to the girls Mrs. dear's son, Charles Val I
I Yk1u' I i BY MOTHERS SATURDAY and their guests j Clear, of Miami, will go to her
I TRANSISTOR ) A group of twelve senior class The flowers for the program cottage which is located on \\eb.
4 tILL fJ, students' mothers have joined to- were presented by District 42 of sler Lake, after Mrs Swarthout I

gether and rented: the Stuart Woman the Florida Nurses. Association i returns.
Loudon } -- -- -
s Club for a senior class grad

T.E1R2:8: \ Bi 959gftft All uation seniors party have Saturday received, May invitations 23.-

held from to the 8 affair'till ,12 which pm.will be -\If'\ '' 1111..

| .... t: MCS1I PTA OITICFRS-:Otticer*, of Martin County:?Setiior .HiilPolltnt,Teachers Association re,. students The mothers one last wanted opportunity to give the to -- '

glpgKttAdd tar where aJIPJI bIa Gently installed, are, left to right: Mrs William Britton president, Mrs Irving Handy. treasurer; and )join together with their classmatesand ..far GRADS
Mrs Willard Brady, secretary Mrs. Charles Hall, not in picture, is vice prcsidtnt have a good time. Music will ,
AT LOW - be supplied and refreshments served CARDS -

.A nnette BatesEngagement Dress will be semi-format. GRADUATION SCRAP ROOKSMen's
fJzIt'l.'A .. DISCOUNTrRlccsl. 26 More Yachts in Any other seniors' mothers wishing I
Told I to help in any way can call andVomen's Manicure Sets
AT 7-4661 or AT 7-1664
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Bates Jr -- Dopp Kits, Shoeshine Kits,
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announce the engagement of their Beautiful Book Ends //1
Marina Port VisitA
u?' Ir daughter Annette to Arthur Lee EVERY TIME A FOREST
o Bowermg Jr., son of Mrs. Arthur III
O 1 Lee Dowering Sr. No date has I taoarr FIRE STRIKES, Many, Many Other Fine Gifts

.1. total of twenty-six yachts and "D-J," Ira E. Merchant, Del- been set for the wedding. IVY SMYTH-
: u ate'i their owners were guests of Laryj- ray Beach: "Holly Folly," R. W. j YOU

ford Marina this past week, in King, Fort Pierce; Mini Joe," John One child in seven horn in Lon .
: addition to the fourteen yachts, (I, Dun" Cape Coral, "Drift-R.. don last year was illegitimate. GET BURNED I 333 E. Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, Fla., 287.0171
owners and guests who stopped at Cruz Joe McClure, Fort Lauderdale
the Marina during the Okcechobee ; Claireborne," Ned F

IN tmiLTOH' 14 H. "r..l, Ile QUART Waterways' Buat-a'Cadeon; May Foulds. Fort Myers: "Bunny B.
.1M.R Forty-seven persons also were ers.
ItAIR SPRAT kl Shampoo
I. guests at the Villas this past week Langford Villa guests this past
G.Mleaarl.aa Bard*beeold yaetlid The Manna was a beehive Of week from out- -atate included I
activity as headquarters for the Mr. and Mrs C E. Ragcn AI- COUNTY JUDGE
119 79I' 71sS start of the Boat e-Cade. In fact bunay, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. j. H
1 >I the entire complex was on a "SRO". Detweiler Jr, Hershcy, Pa;; Mr DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY, MAY 26th
basis this past weekend. and Mrs Frank H. Greene, Bright-

More than 224 persons attend. water N. V
ed the banquet held at the Outrigger : Mr. and Mrs. A. SchenholmJr.
on May 15 for the Boat"aJe -*- .. Florence Ala; Dr and Mrs
i'' Harry Mac.Lachlan. Detroit, Mich; ;
Yachts and owners, guests of J. D Byrmgton, Lexington, Ky.; Lrl
the Marina this past week included Al Florence, Lexington Ky
the 'Photoma.1* Walter T Guests from Florida at the Vii. .. ,
J Decker, Washington, Conn.; "Mad. I las included Mr and Mrs. Ned
cap," Melchior Armstrong.. Rid e. Foulds, Fort Myers, Mr and Mrs 3trK
field, N J., ''Voyageur.5 Walter Robert T Weir Jr, Fort Under
I./1 lOon RISULAA 1.11 REtUUR 1.10 Graendyke, Pompano Beach. Hale; Mr. and Mrs W R. McCas-
'Ionic." Captain WuUy Ozelas, key. Fort LauderduleMr. .
New York City; "Sea Lion" Valve and Mrs. S C Cathcart,
HAIR BANDS CREME RINSE Precision Co, New York City; Fort Myers Beach, Dr and Mrs.
3 ref. or 4 slim, 16 oL bottle. 2 oq. tube Bar-Bet," E. O Frederick, Del- George McGeary, North Fort My.
OUR 4 UJfnics > ray Beach: "Ora-Boll," R. Lape ers, W. F. Durham Orlando; Mr
LOW 77C 139 tow J Smith, Highland Park, N. J. and Mrs. R. Mechling, Fort
PRICE "Patti," R. H. MacKlnney. Great Myers Beach; Gil M. Weede, Cocoa i

Notch N. J.; "SI"n rift." Claude Beach
O. Wilson Jr.. Jacksonville "Win. John Hudson, Cocoa Beach:
demar," John C. Winslow Venice; Mr. and Mrs. Nixon Norris. Fort t
DOCTOR ENDORSED "Nedias V," Wilbur Killeen, Rum. Myers; Mr and Mrs. R. W Ten.er .
Jr. Cape Coral: Mr. and Mrs.
son, N J.: "Beauvoir, R. Le
.lliffet Compte! Mantoloking.. N. J. H. M. Harper. Delray Beach: !Mr. r
r .
rp and Mrs Henry Lloyd, Fort My-
w Y5T. "War Eagle II, G. C. Barrett, qua tai
Albany, Ga.; "Seascape," George ers. .i
JOSEPH ASPIRIN Mr. and Mrs Donovan Mc.
McDonald, Fort Myers; "Tang
Carry Fort Myers, O. F. Herrick
W. U Gorton. Tequesta; "Rusty
FOR CHILDREN Rosie V," H. P. Furston, Delray and Jess Mathus. Daytona Beach; ,
Mr and Mrs. Alton 1 L. Green Ir, '
Beach, "Marion Jane, Ernest
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gMll Ripley, Lake Worth. Lake Worth, and Mr. and Mrs
M D. Flitch, Miami Beach.
"Sea Legs Edward Junf' Boynton -
Beach: "Billy Wfl-
liam B. Smith, Bovnton Bead; Victoria
Last Straw," Fred H. Bunn, Delay I. ,, _
Beach, "B I," B. E. Lapenta, Has a BirthdayVictoria ar
ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN Coral Gables; LiP Audrey." Robert -
L. Frank Winter Haven; "The Lynne Sadler, daughterof
FOR ADULTS Nina," James F. Wilson Harrwoll, Mr. and Mrs. John Sadler, whose
Ga, Capricorn." Charles O. Katnrling. third birthday waas Friday May
MTTU OF 100 TABLET Jacksonville. 15 celebrated Saturday morning MALLORY L. JOHNSON
EfftcttoBROWAR Yachts and boats! tying up at with a birthday party.
bi the Langford Marina for the Among the guests were Janet PRESIDENT MARTIN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
t Boet-sCade included the Tropic Greene D'Arnbroi 10, 19644965I
Mar-A, Isle," Q. Moody, Fort Myers, Kathy 'R t'alMclis.: .. Platte, Kim:
Suntanner," Colonel George Sot- Browning Dicky Behr Bruce and I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAY 26
41* t tong. Stuart; "Lazy Shut.". Walter, Gary Sadler. Vicky' brothers ]
M A. Schick, Fort Lauderdal Mothers attending were Mrs]
I C. Kiel Johnson, Herman Reitr. !Mrs H. S. D'Ambrogio VOTE FOR THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE
;' Lauderdale d "Gerrf-CUff." Mrs. Robert Greene, Mrs.
Ken Culloden Naples; "B." pit Harold Platts, Mrs Noel Browning -
; I : I M w. ford H Springer North Fort My and Mrs. Albert Behr. Vote For MALLORY L. JOHNSON
I en; "JCananl," w D.. BwfweJI.I
I Cape Coral; "Lay Z Bar" John Madrid is the chief population
__ V Zeiser, Fort_ Myers. ,center of Spain. tutu. ISIItfetfI .u.ri-ft ,


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I I nmr\/ '" at the 9::V() worship, sen I TltF S1UARf (rlnrldal M-W5 Thursday. May tl,#!W4. #1f!>_
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ice Sunday morning
Sunday school will commenceat W. M-irson This studs will he held 1 will\ God Kin tintn Come Mean
I 104: and is under the dircc at the home of Mr a i n.1 Mrs I ICharllll. lo You?"
lion of Winston \\'oodsonFhe Sipos, .. ,
Monday 7:10 p m n rf>lic .11.I
Fpworth Leagues will meet The Intermediate framing UnIan I course by Robert Bi4..:r. I IhuAjostasy ?
SumtjN' V).
There jI is
evening al n: '' "
will I meet Saturday morning at9JK Afttr Iht DeJueeAsxrrmffe
II i league: Rdiitn.for each age group including : ), at the church for the stfldy' al Kingdom Hall; to
of the book, "1 he Faith TheyKcpt.
participation in field min.tryal;
I the Sunday evening! service will ."
urday and Sunday, 915am:
begin at 7:30: at which time therah'l'
will bring a nussigefrom, 4uixlav at tho 11 I a.m. worshipscnfce
1 Ilhe Word of God l. Martin Conntv High IIRH PRtSBYtFltltNPine :
the prayer service is held each cht",1tnior,. who are members I It lake Drive
\\ietiicsdav beginning it 7 U 0 II of the Fir Baptist C hurch I of Smart ; I Sunday!,i). May :24: 9 a In. Sun
enrolled i the
t or in Sunday I _
'lay school (classes for ill tf sI I
school, will be honored Rev (
0101.SrKrn, SOU'1111'RNMEIIIODISr : "Clf.I'10 am. worship, service: and i h
Watkins will
rest H. speak!
Peoples FellowshipThe
m Young
"1-ife'a Greatest Discovers" At p|
I I Sunday school will .he held this the evening worship! hour his me*. Mens Club Filher met
Sunday morning beginning at 9:45: sage topic! will be "Who lives in !i..n"! dinner will he hell! ,m Monday
and be under' the directionof My Hoarse?" c nigh!. May :25. at 6.1 1 5 p.m
i Rev i.1Ic rl Bennett Monday afternoon at \O: the I Circle 4 will meet at 9.10 .,i.mcm
I Rex Durwnrd II "Knight! Jr. (iris; Auxiliary and Sunbeams Tuesday', May :2 C1, ul the home-
will speak on "The TrinUI"al will met.I at the church I the Asocialionul <. 'of Mrs Freda Schlimm. nstad: I
the morning sees ice this IIrolh..rh.,1urper of on June :I!. Circle le ulers: studs
SuiHliiy The service starts ui I II I. meeting will be held at 7 I group 1:11n: noel .I"P Frdi II ;'? Ma
Pastors office hours are held ,evening Check Sunday chug I 10 In .1 s slush
each Wednesday Afternoon from bulletin' for Church Thee>mans" I
1 to 5. The pastor may he teen Missionary Union ecculivc11: \' FIRST ClttRfll/ OF CHRISTSCIFVItsr
\Z-L I at other time by appointment( mutw mcettlng will be held Mon (
The prayer' service and RiMe day evening at 70: at the home Fast Ocean Blvd., Stuart
studs arc held weekly on \VCitnostar of Mrs. Bryan Fcather tone M>n- Sunday morning service at 1 II 1
nights beginning at I 745: day morning at 8:K 0) there will Iesson. sermon subject. M 1.11 '.1'
This service is under the directionof bo a Vacation Bible School fact!- Soul and Body
Rev Charles Bennett ly meeting in the church Fellowship Sunday: school, II a.m. Nursery.
Hill I provided
FIRST 1Pl1S'r\ Tuesday r afternoon m '. Mrs Wednesday Testimonial meeting
!Stuart\ / Charles Reynolds will be hostessto S pm.
The Training Union/ executive: the Dorcas Sunday school d iss. Reading Room: 282 Flnglcr' Avenue
KFNDFRING:" OF THE NFW RtClORY: FOR Sf JOSEPH! CIILRCII UN WHICH BUILDING STARES SOON meeting will he held on Wednesday Mrs. Walter Kuck will tell of her : Monday through ("rid.l\. q. <(o

evening i at 6:30 The prayer' trip around the world the carol ..m-12: () pm
service and the continuation of choir meets at the church at 1:30: Christian Science radio program
This the Hwk of James will be heldat for rehearsal. At 710 lutsdav 'The Bible Speaks to You" maybe
Construction Starts Week on Catholic Rectory 7'10 under the leadership of evening the church council will heard over WS1U Stuart

Rev. J. W Marion, In t the absence meet in the plI'lortulv 1450 kc. at 7:15: pm Mondiys
of Rev Watkins, who is attending Topic for May 25: "llndef'lanl.in
Construction is scheduled to Street and will contain church vide good' natural, ventilation when the Southern Baptist Con- JF'tIOVAIrs rrvr\'rs the Other Fellow.
''' I start this week on the new rectory offices and living quarter for mechanical conditioning is not vention In Atlantic City, N. J. Brltl( Road, kingdom Hull
ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS for St. Joseph parish priests and domestic help. desired One of the mum featuresof : The chapel and chancel choirs will Thursday- 7:30: p.m Thl'tleraticIin.try A snakebite treatment called
the structure was designed by The structure is completely contemporary the design is the "atrium" or inner meet at 8:15: for rehearsal / School, 8:1): r m 'service I antivenin has been found to he
I local architects. Armstrong, Pryor in design while maintaining court, around! which all wings At 7:10() on Friday evening, the meeting Theme: "Discipline: Safeguard I more effective than the cortison
and Associates with Herbert P. the classical: character of of the building are grouped Builders' Union will continue I :the It For It Is Your !.if, I preparation predmsewe when !tried..
1 1,850OOO.SHOPPING Rosmarm, partner-m-chargc. the existing church and school General! contractor for the build study of the Book of 8,41"" :' Sunday 5 p.m.. Bible study with 1 I <,M Northern Malayan victim >t
I The structure will he built on buildings It will, he lullv air.con- ing i is Nctio Construction, Inc. under the leadership of Rev, J, aid of Watchtoweer Theme,, What i I Iho._pit viper. _
t the church site on East Tenth ditionod hut is oriented to pro of Vero Beach. -------- --- ----- ----- .
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SPREE \INTS EPISCOPAL: Minear; II am. Dr Walter C. I ned children will be told in this SHOPPING for CARPET? I
Jensen Beach I Giershueh, interim pastor will i l l week episode of This Is the
Thursday May 21: 10 am, speak on the suhiicl.: "GOand! Life the 1 utheran C'hurch't TV
Entry,; Monk In wry carton of Pepsi DIet Cola Holy Communion. Intention: The Human Suffering. He Mill also program on (hunncl! 4, Sunday (Check With A & B FLOOR COVERING)
Well-being of the Church..' Altar conduct the service on May 31 I morning at 9.
-.--- Guild meeting follows. which will conclude hit ministry "The certainty of truth comes
Friday May 22, Ember Day: with the congregation by trying it," Dr Oswald Hoffman DUPONT 501 $ C77
, 6 am, Holy Communion Intention will state in hill message' on
: For the Men Graduating ST. JOSrPH ( IIL'RCIIThe the Lutheran Radio Hour next
from Our Seminaries" weekday Masses will he Sunday evening
BUILD A BETTER FLORIDAWITH Saturday, May 23, Ember Day: Monday through Friday at 8:30: Saturday afternoon at 2:30: the NYLON CARPET U Yd.I
7 a.m.. Holy (Communion Intention a.m. and Saturday at 7:V() a.m. Lutheran Laymen League District *. .
: "For Seabury-Western Theo Religious/ instruction for high Board will meet at Redeemer
logical Seminary." school students are on Monday I Main topic will be the "Video I COLORS 111-YEAR WEAR GUARANTEE
Trinity Sunday May 24: 7:30: front 7 to 8 p.m. and for grade Church Services' for va can c ycongregations -
a m.. Holy Communion: 9 a.m.. school students on Saturday from and I --
Family Communion. Note: Start 9:30: to 1 MO: a.m. nucre of :the first pilot efllit: be
ins today the I II I a.m. service will Registration for children who viewed by the entire congregation\ I
HAYDON he dropped for the summer months wlh0 attend St. Joseph School the following morning in the regular $
y. Fr. Feaster to deliever the address and, are not members of the parish Sunday service PLus
I ys at the Baccalaureate !service in the will be held next Sunday after Family Night" will he held tpIL$477
Martin County High School gymnasium the 9 and II a.m. Masses May 'lot 1 Redeemer, with a chicken
at 1 .m. A retreat for women will he
; p barbecue at 6 p.m. in the church
j : Starting i Monday, May 25, held at the Cenacle house In IJMV dining .'1I11..J'oltowtnr'the dinner
URNSAS through Saturday, May 30, Fr. lana on the weekend of June 5.7.Anyone a family movie will he shown,
Feaster will give "Morning Devotions wishing to attend I may "Faith of Our Families," to begin/
at 7:45 a.m. at WSl U. call Mrs Ray Wa gene ire, 287-2558. at 7:30: p.m.
Tuesday, May 26, St. Augustine Parishioners are reminded that
of Canterbury: 7 a.n1., Holy Communion the time to fulfill your Easter Duty The church i is open every day FLOOR
for meditation and and
Intention: For the Archbishop expires i next Sunday ,If there are prayer
of Canterbury" sick who the rose display garden i. opento A&B
parishioners not
any are .
the public for another monthSOUIIIIRN
on the sick call list contact the
YOUR (Congregational Palm City) rectory. S\UR"IIO: :" :

Friday, May 22: 10 a.m., the Every Catholic in the parish MHIIODISr JUPITER FLORIDA Dial 7-I6-7-468
Prayer Circle will meet at the should be properly registered and The pastor, Rev. Durward If STREET ,
home of Mrs Myrlen Mead Palm change of address I should be reported Knight Jr. will speak on "The
', ;a a" $...pyyva9i", + haw a."", Ckwr-- aBe City At 7:30: p.m. the Junior-Sen to the rectory New parishioners -
I ior High Youth Fellowship will may register with the priestin 60th ANNIVERSARY
meet at the church under the leadership the sacristy or the rectory DIk.Mk
Sure to Vote in Florida'sSecond I of Mrs. Maydelle Moore Baccalaureate exercises for the

;; Primary Election i and Mrs I.eta Williams The guest Catholic students graduating from
I speaker will be Mrs Wesley Wentworth Manor County High School will 10 YUtt CU APPLIANCE VALUES
Next Tuesday May 26 I who will show her colored be held in Si. Joseph Church on AND IN WOKKAIH .< ItSAlAlU gONDt DO1iJ
slides on Africa and tell of her May 24 at 7:30: p.m.

.. ( "" .., 1II ','I'. '.\, '. ..... I experiences An offering will betaken I
I to help defray the costs t of sr M\RVS IPISCOPAI NEVER'FROn ;;M'v
scndiing students lo the summer Friday, May 22: 3 pm, dFS N O R G ,
church camp at Avon Park. final meeting for the year I t
Sunday, May 24: 9:45 a.m.. Saturday, !May 23: I 1:30: p.m..
,.s Political Advertising Paid for by I church 'school meets under the GfS swimming party at Smiths i REFRIGERATORS
; Martin County Burns for Governor Committee direction of Superintendent Judson pool on State Road 7fi All OJ Sand C Obi- gut .! HIM. *.,...... -"' ",
,. acol lci, invited I
j __".._;."..._!."-_.!_.".u!_". u!", -!."_ .-!.""J."L'm..m.--" '!.'n.''. -rltrl.....,..;...'rl".....i.'..lm......lr..:1r.1r.lr.......,..,.I r.t.n:.rr;.'n7riyrrlrnn; T. "I Sunday> !May are 24: II a m.. Holy A Fr"?formone Tea'ed' 5 Times
Fuchansl; 9:45 a.m.. Holy Baptism 011 Protection
Special, TCP nComp6d.
candidates for
D. .ndablllt/
should contact the parish office J p
: before Saturday. At 10 a.m. there 9 Quit! Operation t ti
1 I FIRST I will sermon.be Matins, Holy Eucharist: and Fy f .Cool tunning(

i = Wednesday, May 27: 7:30 p,m RPROST -
senior choir practice ; $10.
. rs, g1
FIRST l\IE1110Dl'tT I .w..k DOWN I WMk


Wednesday, May 20: The commission i .
on missions, meets at 10 ........ ..... b6ipha. 11.1 .
I i ",.; 7:30: p.m? the chancel! choir a. L g d',14 risas'. NEVER FROST IPf REFRIGERATOR

I will rehearse 1* ._1 sew wM.B.. $20995 lilM.fr. .I lu. .. .. w. "..... $25 99-S
S Friday, May 22: The junior choir I "' --'t.pMS'. fa'wt4 ., tr k.: twin' fII.II-.......

g : will rehearse at 3:30: am. -'e4 28h5"trsAw' ...., .tV- ...... ao a'v.-..,. f4Ys" II..... .
Sunday May 24: The worship s _
a services will be held at 8:45 and _
Ham I with the pastor Rev. Waiter fblli I ; ; .;;..,
1 -. D. Jessup delivering the messages retQ' ..\
Church school will begin I I
at 10 a.m. Junior and Senior MVF I ,

I will Monday begin .atM A:::02fmThe: Men E'I.I j'

I Prayer Group will meet at 7 a m I 1k- ,

I ''I Tuesday, May 26. Dorcas Cir ,d I \ I I IM
COMPOUNDED cle will meet at 8 p.m.
A workshop has been set-up for I'I'I
5 QUARTERLY I May 25. for all person interestedin
/o helping during' Vacation Bible! .
? School, meeting at 7:30 p.m. in
,.- the Sunday school primary room e-.h Ass.
-., All interested persons are askedto : r Qi .
attend. Bible school date are .. ... ..
June 8-12, from 8:30 to 11:30: a.m. s ,Mol. .
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CERTIFICATES on those days, for children from t N .. . -
ON INVESTMENT four year ou through sixth grade x f VIM* roou rmzni
Dorcas Circle will. meet Tues- D.hlpwrw .: :.:-ri: : $ :::. ._,. l48 101 W. ft, 17* h.MMT. $19995r
fa / .. $2299S Sammy hid
FLORIDA RESIDENTS I day. May 26 al 8 .m. at the home rm. Iit
ONLY of Mrs. Stuart Lund p on Stafford a .cur. 314k. *.4.: :: :.. ..,.....: .:=: -vsN.tt Who hd1 $10.DOWN
East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart Drive -. .ae..a sdo1M S1C1.DoYnf $10DOWN w.r.rrk
....sMN l1.Mr gop Msg .... )g e1 A oars
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tervice ar. held every

Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce f4 Sunday Lutheran morning Church. ft Eat Redeemer t Ocean / 1 1 i 1M

HOward 1-3160 Boulevard at 10-30: with Bible I
:; class and Sunday school preceding
c 1945 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vero Beach Room for Jim"story of ai .

elderly man for whom there wagao I 21fj COLORAD.0 VENiJEi STUART. FLORIDA: DIAL 287.1752I
i.i11Vl" VV! !.U U 1VL"1.V1VJl:".:VJ.V1V.vJ.ULV1V1VLt) ''J.Ul"lV.,u.vlVlVlv.. room M UM live* .f his man-


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THE STUART (Ha) NFW Thu.myfa! 21, 1964 can be of help: to familiarize the No membership is required, no .".' _.. MYT3wwtmsapa ,

faculty with parent problems: to dues will be collected; there will 1/" '"

... At Stuart Junior High receive recommendations! from interested be no unnecessary business. no I > .J( '{'
parents and teachers and! refreshments, and! meetings arc .
to< discuss them; and to build! the not to exceed one and one-half '
Junior High School into a really hours beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Parents and Faculty fine academic institution
Problems to be discussed! will
Meetings will be held! in the be taken from a suggestion box
Junior High library on the third which will be at each meetingAll
Thursdays of September November parents and! teachers are 1 uY
Formed OrganizationA February and April. These put their suggested topics of dicussion '
meetings will be panel discussions! in this box.
the panels being made of .
up parents All parents of students a"tt)
Albcrtson will be joint publicity and teachers.
Parent Faculty meeting all teachers at the Junior High
held! Thursday, May 14 at Stuart chairmen A different chairman will be in will be asked to support this nev.
Junior High School became an official The aims 11 this group are: charge of each meeting At theSeptember I organization with the objective: o//
group with t"enty.five par. To familiarize the parent with 'meeting Mrs I R, V.Johnson improving the school. .
ents and! teachers in attendance. the operation of the school: to and Charles H. Munch
Mrs Jean Hupfil and Mrs. June make known the chain of command will be co-chairmen The theme I A satellite tracking system "a ,'
Bowling were appointed! overall and responsibility' ; to !oCt will be "Back to School Night," pable of an accuracy of two yards 'f2-,. '

chairmen represent parents and fo.1rtlthe rules and! regulations: at which Mr. McCoy principal' at ai range of 32000 miles I i is to :. '11: '. .'
teachers, Mrs. Margaret Zentz to bring out the problems the will be main speaker. Handbookswill be installed at Carnovon, Australia ,
... will serve as !secretary, and! Mrs. school and teachers face to make "be given parent on regulations I which is almost opposite < .

Frances Armstrong and!_Mrs_ ,. Judy! known areas in_which the.parents and. rules._ ... Cape. Kennedy on the globe "
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DEMOCRATIC PARTY' s Church / Tomaselli Mn Caroline Shaefer Back left '
.'r NEW MEMBERS of Redeemer! Lutheran through confirmation Eugenia row, 'I''
transferral and! profession of faith who were received right: Eric Kricbel Sr... Mrs. Dorothy Kriebel l, Mrs. Joan Eger I
into the church Sunday! May )17, were, left to right front row: Eric Joseph Tomaselli and! Mrs Ann Stoner The Rev. Dona!

S ,t r 'IIN N t rp', 1 ft,6,, h, t f1 Ertl: Kricbel Jr. Susan Harris, Claudia Kritbcl, Ray Radtke Mrs. Schroeder pastor of the church. .is at the far right

'.r ctp4ct a )y r ";r i t 1 New Members Received by Lutherans HereLast I
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*> A* JB jmR dr parfoA >*>pit> ,Qam1'1< U'jprfm** on the begot mirk, crow (X) Ift !the squire atthar,
Ifej. *lOHmjli eme of the p.rstiry fof whom you *' Lutheran Church The three adults are: Mrs. Joan into membership by transfer and five other persons! who have be
Wrk lM Redeemer
rY"rrW 4oi$ Y Y,. FY East Ocean/ Boulevard, Stuart, as Egcr Stuart, and Mr. and Mrs. profession of faith. ton during the congrepa
Tomaselli, Coral Gardens. A reception by the Ladies past year. During
d .y twelve new members were received Joseph given
the brief
in I STATE 1rHAYDON OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL into membership During the Following the rite of confirmation Guild! of the church was took reception place in, a which the ceremom Youth,
worship three youths and Mr and Mrs. Eric Kriebel held! after the service for the new
PREFERENCE PRIMARY BALLOT morning Confirmation Class presented the
Governor 4 n v'. of Mrs
three adults received throughthe and Eric Jr., Jupiter,
r Paca art (Xi) Ir) Jhf) f If?!* at'llur) lop of lf>R ti' Confirmation. The Caroline sons, Schaeller of Jensen congregation with a gift of (their
+ of
tx {Vote ?fw +m li, 1' $ i ; ;EcoliiM 'of for whom rite Holy appreciation, a sterling silver baptismal
< i of fht $r up dtlogslts three youths are: Susan! Harris, I Beach Mrs, Anne Stoner of Jensen Mr and Mrs. Earl Tiliman and shell. Richard P .
; > < wish >o yot ; Stuart, Claudia Kriebel, Jupiter, I Beach and Mrs Lorraine her father, J. A. Brown Luke of the range,
president congregation. re
BtJR N S as .': a S land!, "spent several days at West
ceived the gift behalf of the
End, Grand Bahama, last week. on
I : d9ERTKINCt Hi4N Candidstes :< University of New Mexico While. there Earl caught a twenty ed members these young and personally members welcont and all!
Preferring mutton ,
-six pound one
.;,a'th rs :. snapper the new members into the fellowship '
t r qa I LYNDON B, JQHNSONK of the largest caught in the islands! of the congregation
r COUNTY i#*4i V ; PrtttitUnt Alumni Reunion on Sunday
*. Families in the Far East spend
>t County Judge n > t* wY. < \ Responses! to invitations are ceived from alumni in Jackson three-fifths of their yearly incomeon I HOW TO KILL IT
'' IN 3 DAYS II Ml pi...... with traii
( fete IOf l trw) A. I coming in daily for the first Uni- yule, Merritt Island, Palatka, Vero food-with average income the T.4.L liquid, rear des ....k .. .ny> in|,
versity of New Mexico Honda Beach, Titusvillc North Palm equivalent of $63 a year m India tor.. Wit,h Inl...... thin lloutK oil
/ DELEOATES-AT-LARCE Beach and Miam with f and $238 in. Witch hnllhr ikln ..pl... It. No ...,.
along Japan la,1hIL1wS.less
41 ,, ; ; _i n] pi i reunion to be held Sunday | Itch .nd hurnlni U..otl.epee' Booth
uoa t
UJOHNSONDEAN b.\ WARREN M+, OOOOfUCH. ,Th at the Manatee Yacht Club Res- notes of interest but regret from than one-fifth. or J IV per cent I In. T.4.L FOOT POWDER too -lint
1 I
{ TOOICER ; ORYANTenl2liQ) Chatrman'r s taurant at I:30 p.m. many "others who" promise to be of income is spent on food l per In lor 15..55 iwoitit, lor lott sown:loot.odori NOW iloyo M STUART aclln J
FARRIS fr Early reservations! have been re- there next time family. DRUG CORP.

a ; SPESSAftDl, HOLLAND Official hosts for the occasion I

Justice? of Tnt' P.a< '4i' GEORGE A, SMATHERS are Mr and! Mrs Stephen Schmidt TIME TO
t DOVI: / MIL KR OLD and! the Stuart Chamber of Com-
a. "Ofitrtct No. 2i' a CY TOM ADAMS virV i r ; 4", CIGGIt: '1'\B frALMF merCe. SPECIALNaIANKETS !

', MM6S KYNtS ii. Periodically the old I phony The reunion will formally begin
PRECIN, T14OS,1, i, i 4, J,,t, ft t. THOMAS P. 8AHEY .,, 1 1r spreads! that if you save enoughof with dinner at the restaurant
'lo tt tz is t$ Y ,, 1. OYIE q ;, followed! colored slide
c L the little bands with which cigarette by a program NOW 79
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; y IVah far one I EPWIN CARSON a can trade them in for a convert) university. There will be tours if
y : a wARREN GCOIjMMICH '' ble, a seeing eye dog-or some the museums! in the late afternoon STORE OR
.NARVE f PILEY,. a WALTER 0, CIBSON, JR ; thing else of value. The Rainbow A picnic is planned for the
RICHARD pmiGREWJJ080RT Girls in Perry hud been saving children while their parents talk 3-Blankets cleaned, packaged in heavy vinyl
JOHN' AtWlTWINGTOM y / "r ,E. KNOWUSIAWTON + cigarette tubs for two years when over college days zippered bag, ready for summer storage (A $4.29

+ : ,, Y M(+, CHILES, JR, '*& j* rw they learned recently that it was Several families will arrive Sat- value.) . . . . . . . . $3.00
the full
t a4' i '' MORGAN all a pointless hoax. MurdockMartin urday to stay weekend en-
A v' ? 4 0ERlM k % 4I.JAMES executive director of the joying Martin County. FREE PICK-UP
'NOTE DO NOT VOtl rOR Tl11lt4Wio'< JIMMY MMB;; <* tJ. k'e Florida Council for the Blind, told DELIVERY
UNLESS :HBJIDINO lN, (NDIANtowr4 AliCK McMAHON c J Y .. t f The Stuart News that he is asked BARBARA ANN LtNDEYS.CRE'fARIAL '
,, ,i> i,;', a, every few months where the tabs' : SERVICET IV J LAUNDRY.
i tv '. b" ANN.SPfARS STOViR',>.Y'Ye' 3Af jj can be turned! in for a seeing eye altltelUL
r MlmMfraeMnfPhoto CLEANERS INC.
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ry i ANNM.CRAMEIJ: "f, ''yk>t; 1 canine. Its all a fraud he declared CoplM Notary
1 .Conitabt NYLAH * BELLKiNCz f. PI.h" a D.liy
E.>v, No' MRS, K % s\ > so many misguided people put out 117..37 LI....... 20 COMMFRCIU: : S I KEn JENSEN: BEACH AT 7.18U
Dliirlct 4 Miff J, MARS 4AK. 4b5 so much ellort for nothing

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Cut own..s fOf (Mi yourif.it!. bMuty Is wmtomt hams Nut 01111 i choice standard 01 bucket seats,
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5" s Jf Till 1964 Out jtylini for Instant Hwihomi. ..,nmng Silo lo I nzzting n.*. 273 cu. In.VS. rge
dashini, tuavt,snd ht(rom stulfid shirt\ Htrt 11 uinycnt So,II you want to b*i ht, *ih( tht nxssis,SM your
could love foe look. lion. leithw. Dodit D ilir. But hurry lhtrI.rl bound to bt minyoth ...
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'1.' In compliance with Florida statutes publicat ion of/ the above sample ballot is made by th e 301 SOUTH DIXIE

Board of County Commissionrs Martin County Florida. --' .-Vl TMC tXW MOPC SHOW. MBC.TY CHCCK TOUK LOCM. IBT4D .- ._

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:.1.\J ; :,. : Fort Pierce for further treatment: Thursday, May 21, 1964 5.0..
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: ,; H ; ;'-' :'<; Mn. ROM, Eofli'tJ. Correspondent leaving Thursday by plane for a dmgcr, who had just left a abort

: '. aaws'wwwwteh- "ua.'alaa..+_..._..._.._....,.., -."'-.-..._-'n.- -_. -. '..'".,_- visit with his daughter and fami time ago, and of George Wtnner
,t' ly. Dr. and! Mrs. O'Brien In Cor- who had! returned to hit businessvery
1 Tom Rcdingcr was host Thurs- parents. !Mr an.1h Rill Beweincr. pus Christi, Tev They will attend! recently in Middlettwvn, Coon.

: da) night t to Palmer Williams III'IS delighted the day the graduation of their granddaughter
t : Florida! Boys State governor. Williams alter arrival with a catch of a / Susan O'Brien while Fred! Heck was token to Martin
"* I. came at loin's imitation, on seven-fool I sailtish., He will drive Memorial Hospital for treatment
( : behalf of the school I. to address his grandparents to their homo in there.Mr. one evening last week.
and! Mrs. Harry bloke\
;1 I IwrJr the sUKlcm 1 body of Martin Coim- Akron Ohio. spent The usual bridge and pinochleclubs
several days in Miami on business
Tom and his
tHigh on I'riday. met in Clement Hallhi..
parents then went to Gainesville Little Rhonda dimple reccivd and pleasure.Mrs. week but the duplicate club has
where Tom registered and was .- H blue ribbon" Irony I the Swinging ,
Anne Riley is leaving this disbanded until the fall season.
indoctrinated in the University of Door gilt shop as the winner
week for several month's visit with :
ys I Florida for the fall session. I in a contest for p''herDay.' her sisters and friends in Long ,! Mr and! Mrs George Phillipsare
Her entry was u drawing.Mr. leaving t to take over an apartment *
Island! and Plaltsburg, N. Y. I
r \ I Mr and Mrs Ralph Sawyer have I house for the summer I la
and! Mrs, II c. Cross have '
returned to their home iIl ttcoii-
Mr. Ethyl Ue Oakes is spending Coatesville, Pa.
Ia. N. H. alter spending the cone! to their home in Laconia, several days with her cousin
winter here. N. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell from Rich.
Mrs. Charles Enfield after which I Ishe
niond Va., have taken the Schabachi -
f4 I Mrs f'ranceScrdnl >Iareer Word has !been received that will return to Daytona and! join
c \ week
cabana a or lOtto
spending the winter in the park Mr and Mrs. Willard Powell had her son and family who they have I enjoy fishing and! other amusements
I has gone to visit her daughter in a safe trip' to their home in Dei been visiting. All will returnto I in Florida.A .
Buffalo N. Y. She will ak> visit i :: Monies, Iowa their respective homes in Elk-
in Utica, N. Y. ton, Ky., and Hopkinsvillc, Ky. 1
Mrs. Harry S un.ll'rha had German drug maker has announced

I Bobby Bessemer! hat arrived to return to Martin Memorial Hospital The park was saddened this the development of a one-
for a short visit with" his grand for further tests and AI Paschl 1 past week after receiving messages'I dose !polio oral vaccine.
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YAC1IIS led the parade of some eighty-six boats I in";the-Boat-a--" -IstesAwith-Gerald Moody of Ft. Myers aboard Saturday' run t ,f, ;-SM"1; ?;; j-f'j :'tX-jfe: : ( ''

I cade across the state last Saturday The boats averaged in size \\'a10 ( lewiston with a short stopover at Indiunloun the picture :" OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT V'W't :

from fourteen feet to sixty-five feet The flagship was the "Tropic above was taken at the St Lucie Locks. .; ,' l
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MOVING WEST along the St. Lucie Canal is the first contingentof Bout-a-cade began in the Stuart-Jensen Beach area early Sat. .! r ,# ', TMCI.MA T. FISCHER '. '\, t t" ''' ,* r *'{ ;Jlw.' t"' IJ; k

the annual Boat-a-cade led by the flagship! "Tropic hlc!!." The urday On Friday night the boatmen partied at the Outrigger [:'. J. j'; t : :(,, HELENS M, MORRIS\ /' .. : : 4f.b\iH:: (1I\ .:.
Boat-a-cade was divided! into three fleets according to t ize. The Restaurant in Jensen Beach. ,.; 'JANET H SHOWALUR. 'y\i.\ I. : ; !"It.; ; I
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'Do It Yourself' ,."i iss}' ; r .' I' Sixth Congressional! District" ; r;;. .,ti; .: ;i : : (" .-N;

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Fish Commission for bout ramps, ''1- I : ; 1 BARRY GOLD WATER "u: '" 1..1' .< ', .,1"'Vt; \.
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help on a "do-it-yourself plan. 'n tb < I '. % r rJ "I

I As explained! by Donald! DictA << DELEGATESAT.lARGE.j\ : ;.;... :,,,. ,,. :,, ,

I' who is also! a member of the three .'r WILLIAM C. (BUD) CRAMER .; '< '.,.' fc ; '!'i 4P't..j ..-" ptI, : '' ,:

county recreation committee of the 't" ; I", Orflenlilng Chairmin, %. ,(t"j' r"" '" ':. !.. .
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FCD, the state will pay for materials ; r WILLIAM / ,.) r ," I
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"nut to exceed $2.000" on I ; f'' ROBERT H. eiRoo'-f, ,yr<; '; ;*"' i Y.., .j ,J,1'te /''t"r
each ramp, if the county will furnish fJrEtX5AR; L. KIEFER' .f't
the manpower and build the t-t<* ALBERT ROBERTS e W !41t ':S /' ,

conveniences. orJAMU WEHRLE f' ff t.
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"but we may be a long time getting .,*,.- -''. .MARQUITA M. MAY>AO '.I'* fM.dtl.ijij 1+ ..,.' ','.01J>>."
them unless we lake. advantage of EMILY M.eOYLSTON .' .*' ( ,' '. \'
this offer." said! Diet/ 'l ,, .1' | I jU f '. '? 'f '.t'Y. ,'kt,:'

They would be built to stale specifications DIST DELEGATES: '. 'w/. ,;. .\ ; i': ', '
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Pint Baptist Church: met on Tuesday ; : .,. f \ ,! ,
but I couldn't afford It," we'd like a quiet word with you. morning May IZ at the homeof t II: :iJ.-: :1'\ .. ...."' 4Wi' 1

Mrs. James Sigler The meeting ,
was opened! with prayer by '; N.t 'n.t I Commltf..m.n. i1': / .ii ,; .'Ii' 'i. ,oJ
Mrs R. L. Turner. The for 1.
prayer ,'t. f
of Ponflaes. Catalina: has "' ..tlII.k. for ) : 4"! : 6ft'( '
nat rat la a Ponflee Catallna, lowest priced the big everything the missionaries was given by Mrs. : (Vote on. 1 .

.. a Pontiac a Pontlae-the superlative style, the ertra-taretul construction, the big-muscled G. C. Crews. Mrs. Kkklitcr led i IL I (( Ill _AMflt r ;,-' .: s
the road-wedded Wide-Track ,Id.. Ivorythlng. And the price It very, vary the program on "Liberty and Light : Bi.:
Trophy YI performance in the Religious World! Today"chose fit ; 4i AlURf 1I08Ellt b y, N
right. It must .... After all, you don! got Into third place In sales. Just by Mllin9 ears to rich people. taking part were Mn. Crews ,, J .t

Mow, rot about "having a quit word with your nearest Pontiac II...... Wld8TraCK Pontiac Mm. D. L. Silvers and Mrs. M. < NationalCommht..womin l "t"t' :. 't; 'b r

Sue ./ aUhorUed Pontiac dealer lOll wide choice of Wid.TracM and good used cara,log t ; Dclanoy present, There and were one nine guest members Re-- :t ; ;. : (Vot" for ....) : '; ,'. "
freshments the n ..r. 1 '
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AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC INC A new screwdriver .Is on the > fJ..lJ.i t.i."".. : ,

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changeable blades, a button to allow j compliance with Florida !statutes publication of the above sample ballot is made by the

it to go clockwise or counter Martin Florida
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n. SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY STUART AT _7-M24 clockwise, and a ratchet drive. of County

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TilE STUART (Ha) NEWS I "1111I I A report hy Sheriff Roy C BaLer Howe on 100 t 300 ft Lot

Ihnrsduy. May 21. 196 FOR RENT I FOR RENT OR SALE 31 5 TRAILERS & SERVICES 68 I II Real Estate For Sal 90 Sales Tax Gain said that Charles E. Willis, forty Owner moving out of town -
.two, tried to board the movins $25,000. Good terms.
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THUS SYMBOL NOW Renting 8 small one IN Jensen Beach 2 bedroom I '61 Marlctte house trailer 43x10 HAVE two building lots in Palm Of 28 Per Cent not make northbound a scheduled train stop that! at does Indian

TIIVT room Apts. Furnished, home Apply owner, William H. two bedroom like new. Sell Lake Park. Will trade for late town. Sewalls Point
bath, screen porch terrazzo Rcmcrt 210 Emrada Ave. Port I reasonably Call 287-4575 model trailer. Call AT 71074.
READFRS PAY 10 READ looking insulated 10-acre cathedral lake 1 ceiling and := St. Lucie Fort Pierce28 ((18) '.21 ((68)) I 1' ((90)) April TallySales saw An Willis'engineer body on, badly a tater mangled train, Indian Waterfront River Lots- Approximately- Road to

OUR ADS ISmIte park. Plenty parking area. HELP II WANTED 43,1 '61 farletle house trailer 43vlO. WILL trade for smaller home or and use tat collection lying along the track and report 400 feet In depth
price rental, $50.($) m 0 n two bedroom Like new. Sell vacant property, or sell. Beau for April, based on March business ed to police. _
r walking distance grocery 4 .t.t>..- reasonably Call 287-4J7. tiful tri-lcvcl home, includes 3 totaled $22.715,275:! J. Ed Willis reportedly earlier showed ---
0 htart cii quire The Seven C'e Grocery FLORIDA Registered Pharmacisfor t t 5-28 ( 68)) bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, Slraughn. director of the Florida friends a photograph of h I la JensenBEDROOM

on U S. No. 1, one mile progressive, I loco I Ir_ IIJII, dining room kitchen with break Revenue Commission, announced daughter who lives In Pompano
of St. Lucie River Bridge. If ( ) chain Openings available n'nI' Fort Service fast area, family room and garage, Straughn laid the gain in dollar Beach and said he wanted to visit 2 CBS 72200
Mist 71
Lauderdale, fort Pierce, Vero: on a high lot 150x100. Excellent over the same month last year her. He apparently tried to hoard ft Lot Some furnishing -
DIAL FOR rent 2 bedroom Beach and Stuart areas. ["cellcatopporlllnity t n _.. ___ wood paneling throughout. Stain was $4.421,097, or 24.16 per cent. the moving train that was going in $11,500.
apartment close In. $75. \ for advancement and I WISCONSIN Bnggs Stratton, less steel I appliances" including Sales tax reported in April for the wrong direction.
ATlantic 7-1550 287-16H5 or 2875569. If ( ) company benefits. Apply Mr. Mangum. Clinton and Lauson AIR'' I twin links with disposal, refriger Martin County was $$69.854, a* NEW NOW REDUCED TO
.. Broward Drug Office, 82 5 r COOLED ENGINES II1.tocL and alor-freerer, twin ovens table top compared to $54,493,61 for the Every senator has a glass shaker $13,000. Bedroom 1V1 BathFlorida
To Pine Your FAST SULL C. ATTRACTIVE efficiency N., W. 6th Avenue, Fort Lauder parts and men who know how to I'I stove, large dish washer Many same month a year aro a gain of of black blotting sand on his -
Rio. Pleasant location dale. tf ((43)), repair them. ULMER MOTORS other extras and built-ms. Beautifully more than 28 per cent. desk, a custom dating back to the Enclosed
IOW COST WANT AD easy distance of dock "or" Dial AT 7-3355. Your Friendly I landscaped Call AT 7-4994. Collection to date statewide for days of quill pens Garage-Nke high: lot In
Reasonable year-round rates. Dodge Dealer. tf (71)) 5-21 ( 90)( ) the current fiscal year total )I l9i- Jensen.HOYT.
AT 7-2583 after 5 WANTFD I
p.m 682914 Straughn said, an increase -
NEWS WANT ADS B. J. Abbott, Mar jerje WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE LOW down payment buy BR. of $32.901,648, or 2072 For Sale, Miscellaneous 178
i Beach, Fla. tf ( ) I Machine operators, experienced BALANCING with Bear Equip 2 bath Riverfront Home I :: : of per cent, over the same period last ......
RATE: Five cents (per average I In operating( lathes, ment by trained mechanic will pay Stuart. Have $25,000 I-HA com fiscal year.Straughn. C.
word, minimum charge per insert FURNISHED >-room drill presses', etc. Also weld for itself in tire wear. We have the mitment. Call AT 7-2440 or 3170 said April collection
lion $100 (for up to t w e n ll Very clean. Frost proof ers experienced In silver sol equipment and men. Your friendly 5.21 ((90)) for the 5 per cent wholesale sportIng WE'VE COT THE MURPHYREALTOR
average words) Words in erator New electric range. dering. Dodge dealer. ULMER MOTORS goods tax totaled $1 69.S74.
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first plete privacy. Adults. Call or Dial AT 73355. tf (70) $100. DOWN!! Government acquired : Total collections for the current rwAfalfalrlr
word l, count as two words each. 0768. tf ( Excellent: working condition, homes, 2 bedroom and fiscal year are $727,150.Pompano .

White space above or below or THREE bedroom 40 hour week paid vacationsand RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Servo 3 bedroom, Port St. Lucie. C. L. SOUTH AlA
within ad will be charged as the house near Stuart post holidays. Complete insurance ice. Cleaning and repairing Also Smith Broker, 203 Angle Road, Beach CASA RIOBOAT
and other drain fields and re-laid.
timber of words (five) that couldbe and stores Refrigerator and program fringe repaired Fort Pierce HO 41209. Eve. & MOTOR SALES less Jensen BeachAT
benefits Dial
AT 7-0651 AT 79862.
printed in the blank line, or $65 per month. 287-1685 or tf(71)( ) nings and Sundays, HO 16329. MIl Route 707 ala AT 7--+44 7.3340

:25 cents per line. 5569. tf ( ) For application WriteP. HAVE small( Bulldozer, Tractor, 6-11 ((90)) Man Killed by tf (171) s.si (ttoi

"Display Classified" rat e i on RIVERFRONT home with O. Box 1946, Stuart Fla. Mower and Disc. Will clear lots
cut trees. Fence VERY nice 3-bedroom 2-bath es-1- U 1:.. __,
application. for rent. Furnished or '-21 ((43)) posts and pilingsfor home St. Seaboard TrainA >
Lawton Wall, Phone AT in Estates on REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190
These cash for ad nished. Call 287-0948. tf
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WAITRESS 7.1401 110x125 ft. lot. $7,500( ) down assume -
drought) or mailed to The Stuart wanted Andy's Sundries tf (71)) existing 20 yr. mortgage at .L. J ,_, .!.__ 'm___ ._. ._"...u..
FURNISHED apartments on ', 244 Osceola Street. Pompano Bench man wan :
,New with payment.j If you are a er, 3 rooms and efficiencies '-21 ((43)) I TERRAZZO Tile and Marble. <%% interest C. E, Slocum. Realtor killed Saturday afternoon at In-
Stuart News mail subscriber or are W. H. 505 Colorado Ave. '-21 ((90)) z-
and dock pr Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 diuntown when he was hit by a
,listed In the Stuart telephone directory Motel, 443 f"lndPa: : NEED MONEY to bolster the or AT 71696. tf (71)) --------- Seaboard Airlines Railroad trainat THINK--!
you can place your ad by telephone CANAL lot off St. Lucie. Lot No.
Drive Jensen budget? 4 or 5 hours will
Beach. AT a day a crossing In Booker Park.
Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and 5, Harbor Estates, 100x125.Best .
lay 'I want to place a want-ad." If ) Avon wing you Manager a good, P. income.O. Box Write 2427 PLANTS & S"'VICES 75 offer over 2500. Lou Bock. a.-.. I I U RALPH HARTMAN JR.

COTTAGE for rent. Clean Vcro Beach, Fla. '.21 ((43)) ert, 4940 N. E. 27 Terr, Pompano USED CARS 158Bargains ,
comfortable. $15 a week. Beach, Fla. 399-0204. tf(90)( )
.. PLANTS Fastest I When You Think
Give your mail I I address as 287-0902 after 6 o'clock. tf ( ) -- our
Justness Opportunities 50 sery In Martin County. 10 acres NEW two bedroom home, one
well In as your want-ad.telephone The number Stuart FURNISHED efficiencies,. .. of plants. Pelican Nursery, Loop bath corner lot Legion Heights. I Car REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE '
o your or season, utilities Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT 7- 10990. Easy terms. W. H. Wagner 1
out-of-state News hat subscribers hundreds who of Adult Summer rates to CEMENT plant and lumber yard 1918. tf (7$) Co, AT 7-4880 or AT 7.1696. CARRINGTON CAR CO. E. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART AT 7.4600aIt I'I'to I
her 1. South of Stuart. AT including block plant and tf ((90)) (0101I )
are your best possible pros after 5 p.m. tf ( ) !large conveyor. Or will rent. Call E & R maintenance service; lawn J OPEN EVERY DAY I

pects for real estate sales and 2874133. tf ((50)) services and general mainte- ATTENTION MARTIN COUN No Down Payment on Can _. .. ........
rentals boats, help wanted, STORES and ---- --- -- --- -- -
nance; mowing, spraying, fertilizing TY LAND OWNERS. TRADE
gardening, trailers, and serv or East Ocean Blvd Any FOR, Sale: Entire restaurant fixtures lots cleared and maintained; TRAILER PARK NEAR COCOA Up To $600.
ices. Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 and stock. Inquire Pat's sprinkler repairs and installation; AND PATRICK AFB FOR E-Z Monthly Payments
Ocean Blvd. Phone 2872420. Truck Stop, Junction Route No reasonable. Call 2872911. P. O LARGE ACREAGE. WANTED Waterfront Homes Acreage

6-4 ( ) 76 and No 710, Indiantown Flor Box 927. tf ((75)) IMMEDIATELY, WANDA Like New '60 STUDEBAKER -
3-ROOM modern furnished --------- -- ---- 1A..dI: J1 LARK 2-D, 6 cjl.,
(Numbers over 100 refer to display mert Ceramic tile bath BAHAMAS Have trouble. Sacrifice For Sale, Mhcellaneous 78 VERO BEACH 5-21_((90)) straight slick Alr-cond. New k S'. Y.yu zI s

classified ads, which appear and dinette Olavs-enctosed my $10,000) share H 4 ml -- BY owner. One or two adjoining Nylon tires. $695. $95 Down,
after the end of the smaller ads, in wall to wall carpet Spa c I beach, 70'/i acres club house TRUSSES elastic stockings, waterfront lots. $3200 each. $34 mOo
numerical' order. Be sure to look I ground with patio. Off-street boats, etc S5.000( P. O Box 53. knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart Priced under the market value *
in both placet) ing Must be seen to be Kendall Flu '-21 (:50 Drug Corp. ---tf-TTtH, Bicknell 235 Potter W.PB., JU
ated., $75, per__month, 11III'I'11.. 53624. 6.4(90)( '59 CADILLAC CONVERT. I aC tl'y

FOR RENT 35-135 See Apartments Mrs Murray, 667, Neisncr'i Cleveland SPECIAL NOTICES 55 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 1BLE. lull power. .All while I Jrlr )

FOR RENT OR SUE 38-138 I eonette, or Mr. Murray, .. __._ .1 ... Change ringing is a methodof Fact..Alr. Was 1995., now
WANTED TO RENT 40-140(I Headquarters, 31 E Ocean ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Lowest Prices in Florida sounding sets of four to twelve $1,595. E-Z terms .

HELP WANTED 43-143 I Call AT 7-0992 or AT 7J bell In orders and 1 in
meets at 8.30: p.m. every Wednesday varying in :.. :. ,.. ...._ ....
Employment Wanted 48-148ButtlneM I tf ( ) GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS
: J8)I the
at Community Church ORGANS mathematically precise patterns. 59 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN .
Opportunities 50-150 I FOR RENT: 2 bedroom Jensen Beach. For information, An estimated 105 days of contin 4-D WAGON Small "Service Means So Much"

"LOST 4 FOUND 53-153 house on Indian River, Phone AT 73332. tf ((55)) EASY TERMS uing ringing would be required to V8. 2-harrel curb Fordamalic. -

SCHOOLS 54-154 Point. Yearly $125 per WANT the best price for your car? run through all the permutations PS1B. RAIL r'actair. .
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 Call Ralph Bates at 2871214. possible on a ten-bell ring. Beautiful all white, orlg.
o USED CARS 58-158 TWO bedroom furnished Merkle Motors Inc. If ((55)) 112 No. 5th Street 2-tone blue interior Like
'NEW CARS 60-160 apartment. Dean, cool, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 -ll.A new $995. j POINT AT 7-1777
'BOATS SERVICES 63-163 fortable. Close in. Rea ELECTKOLUX CORP. Oppor- tf (78) FOR RENT 135ATLANTIC tf tool
rent. 619 East Fifth Street or .(Uinity for the right man to double *
HOSPITAL with -.r--
TRAILFRS& SERVICES 68-168 bed complete
AT 7-1756. his present earnings Call DanClark -- --------
tf ( ) ----- -
:ServicN Offered' Misc. 71-171 AT 7-0143. tf ((55)WE ) air mattress I and pump New r.aar rp twvaMae7s! fraiY 58 CHEVROIFT 4-D 6- -
condition. Phone 7-4197 cL Radio. OrIginal .
:PLANTS & SIRVICES: 75-175 TWO-bedroom furnished AT after Powergfide.
For Sale, Miscellaneous! 78-178' ment. All electric, built-Iq klt will not be responsible for 12 noon. 5-21 ((7H) Inside &: out. Like new
en. Clean attractive, One debts Incurred but tires. Only $695., $95 down,
anyone ONE machine Never
Wanted! To Buy (Misc.) 81-181.MOVING from anbh JohnsonREALTOR
: new High School. School ourselves. Vea/ie Sr. been used. Gave $200( will| $34 mo. R. V.
STORAGE 84-184Rml children acceptable. Call and Virginia Veazie. 6-4 ((55)) take $100. Call AT 7.4846 after *
Kktale: For AT 7-0606.
Sule 90-190 tf ( )
: 530: pm. 5-21 (78)) I
Real Estate Wanted 96196jinaaanneii.eraaianaauBasatteRtre $1 per day, rental for Electric '51 OLDSMOBILE SUPER mn
ATTRACTIVE efficiency Carpet Shampooer with purchase 500 Shares First Mortgage of Stuart ) 88, 2-D nr. PSBVt AS. Beautiful -
1 ment. Ground floor. Near of Blue Lustre. Hartman- I common slock $1.000 ask- metallic. No rust, FIRST FEDERAL BLDG
and Call AT 6)
JFOR RENT 35 park. at- ( ) Leighton!. Furniture. 5-21(55)( ) log price. Phone AT 7-2047 / .aM I really' nice. 595. No down,
If ((78)) $34. mo.Sharpest. AT 73366WATERFRONT
TWO bedroom house, LOST It FOUND 53 J __.

J1RCPROOF:, ft.1\ mile warehouse outside 2400 aq Carporte, large living room, ;, ... L Ui Wanted to Boy (M_.) II COURTAPARTMENTS *
city limits ric kitchen tile bath. Very .
cleanest, nicest, 41, HOMESNew
Vt $50 a month. Call AT 7.1074. Call AT 7-0768. tf ( ) GbtNO North must sell 1958 000 right miles, '56 CADIL.
tf ((35)) Brookwood V-8 Chevrolet Sta- WANT the best price for your m ass? OCRAIt BOVLKYANDTDART.
IN Stuart across from tlon Wagon.' One owner second car? Call Ralph Bates at 287- "LORIOABOVIICKF.II'INQ LAC COUPE DE VILLF.
TWO bedroom furnished apartment One bclroom, kitchen, ar, low mileage. Good tires 1214. Merkle Motors, Inc. tf ((81)) \: ArAHTMnXTa! 2-D HT. PSBWAS. RAH.
for rent in North River and dinette. Newly painted at\ 'owerglide transmission, power a ROOM RATHIB11""LI18U"IIID Beautiful Goddess Gold, or. 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with centralair
'Shore $125 monthly year around. tile floors. Furnished, $75 brakes, steering Excellent condi L ('01 HTCASOtABLH felnal black & while Interior
condition and heat. Landscaped lot
Call 287-3547. tf (35)) ng utilities. 287.S055.21 ( ) ton 287.2058.21 ((58)) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 TV 1.01 NOBMMtkl RATES Perfect. $795. on

FIVE room apartment, completely' TWO bdrdrI;; ; at 609 63 -a /, *.....>! m T....* the broad St. Lucie River. Priced to sell.
: Ford Galaxie 2-door hard. FOR Sale Owner 4 100 ft
furnished. Second floor. 700 Flamingo. Built-in by ; waterfront $24,990.00.
range W. T. PAGET .
South Federal Hwy, 287-J3JS or efrigerator. Good closet top competitive car. 427" V8inglne lots. Hijth and dry' Mgr.nmi Extra nice 56 OLDSMOBILE -

287-1297. tf ((35)) Screened porch. Utility Clean. Priced, )4-speed below list floor t, 2495.shift. 2595.Sacrifice at $29 a foot. tf Tf9o
PLEASANT one bedroom cottage !. Large shady yard. 2875419.. 287-4200, Mr. Bowden. 5-21(58)( ) I Beautiful bron/e and conditioning and heat on landscaped
for rent $(>0 a month Within $ :ZI ( lUll TWO bedroom CBS Florida I EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS while. $495.. no down, $28

walking distance of all store Call "WO-bedroom furnished room Drapes, Awnings, Garden mOo waterfront lot, large patio. Priced at
AT 7-5892. tf ((35)) in Palm City. $65 month. SERVICES 63 Tools, Power Lawn Mower, TY $14,820.00.
Antenna, other extras. Far below
r-685! or 287-5569.10 ( ) -
TWO bedroom furnished house AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer Owner's COM. AT 74233. tf ((90)) Like new Inside and out '56
New 3 bedroom 2 bath all brick home
in Rio. $75 Call
HO-ow( ON on
THREE rooms and bath, Complete Sales, Service, Puts CADILLAC 4-D HT, Sedande ,
j '.21 i ((35)) tively furnished.and Minutes Good election of dependable Used FOUR Will trade bedroom for vacant waterfront land home.Write THE ST. LUCIEOne Ylll. PSBWS&A. Beautiful 1 formally landscaped waterfront lot. Has

CLEAN furnished efficiencies hopping$75 month center, Includes town.water :. Mechanic Motors. Expert Factory.TrainedI. Box: 23. Stuart Fla. tf ((90)) original 2-tone coral and central air conditioning and heat, large
weekly monthh or yearly I. BOAT A and two-room efficiencies. white, spotless orlj. B&W mlerior. -
(dults. 211 1 Colorado Ave J87- central gas heat. AT 7-0164. MOTOR SALES. Inc. 440 Rt 701 NORTH River Shores Road 3 BR New mufflers 46,000 1 garage, king size living room and Floridaroom
837. 5-21 ( ) hi Rio. AT 7-0944) tf (63) Sunken bathtub. carporte with Spacious shaded grounds
".1 I <35)) right miles. $795. combined. Offered for $23,715.00.
FURNISHED one bedroom built-In Bar-B-Q Large living Parking Lob Boat I>IKk.: ii
room with Cathedral ceilings Large Shuffleboard. TV and ,
ment and two Lounge
upstairs ED We have part for aD kitchen with ample cabinets andrkfst
apartment downstairs All popular makes Can. test coil '56 STUDEBAKER Champ. WATERFRONT LOT
your > bar. Circular driveway on Week Month Year
WADS Summer rates. Call AT I and condenser. Ulmer Motors Dial large corner lot. Full price $12. Ion, 26 cjL, straight sliik.
5-21 ( ) AT 7-3335. Your Friendly Dodge 70000. Call after 5 for appt 624 ST. tUCIE CRESCENT Overdrive. R&IL One owner.

FOR Rent until November I. I Dealer, tf (6)) 287-4710. If (((90)) STUART, FLORIDA $295. No down, $18. mo. HO feet on beautiful( St. Lucie River.

DO mE JOB! bedroom completely FOR SALE t Telephone :87.9812 ,
: Complete lies of
home. Palmer Road, Jensen Marine 134 I F. E. WOOD, !Manager Large shade trees. Located In St. Lucie
Marine Paints FOR RENT
II Supplies '
Call AT 73529. 5-21' ( ) Marine Hardware everything for .. tf (tacit) New tires and battery, Fxtr estates between two modern attractive

THREE room apartment on Jour Port SewalL boat. Whiticar Boat Works, I Dice $395. No down, $24. hom 's. Ovnerill sacrifice for $13,750.00.
river. Close in. Phone AT tf (63))
'4197 after 12 noon.21 ( ) I 5- EXPECTING COMPANY?


I share 4 bedroom 3 bath CaB M and atop worrying! Reuonibfe rates and an atmosphere

v with swimming pool. Call AT FOR Sale: 25' 1954 Silver Clipper thai will furpaaa all but your own .
4640 5 to 9 evenings AT .'
aluminum house" trailer. Very CALL !MARIE KIRK MANAGERNow CO.
( ) good condition Best offer. Telephone
Available for Yoor Sleeping Comfort!
I 7-2237 tf ((68)) Nbgara Cyclo-Manif Units. hi Our Beds AlA OLD DIXIE IIWY.. at R. V.

J Dial ATlantic 7-1550 FOR KENT,OR SALE .' UTILITY Tracer nt'xf( Inside INDL J ITOWN RD.

measure. Steel frame exterior Southwind Motel
arid 'ask for the FOR Rent or Sale.J jMdroocn. plywood. Four-whtel electric lUPITCR. Pbow 744-4772
bath house -focatt dIIO llCh brake Load capacity to 30V UA.. NO. 1-. STUARt TELEPHONE 281.0773) open ii> Sandajl AT 7.3366

: wilt M :Taker Cud AT 1-2714 after 12 nfc* 000.10. CaU AT.7-0144 J T T4568 ..p.i --._ #to-. '!.Itts/. _. 1.1. 1.11 nan ."IJtt.DI
: at ( ) or AT 7-1632. 5-21 ((68)) l.


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REAL ESTATE FOR TIlE STUART (Florida) NEWS! Thursday. May 31. 19M' >
K''s"- ,,<1<- .....v+'Y"'V'1/'. SALE''' 190 ,. I Real Estate For Sale 190 REAL ESTATE FOR= SALE 190 I
'It r n+ wvaqp, _....... 4. _".'.1411)7) "I JIiMIiI;,>- __ ..IaMSMtmatM ....... MaMaraalrl
Mrs./ R L Minnehan Heads

BUY A HIGH, DRY I FOR SALE I j FOR SALE St. Lucie Salon 8 and 40 I IDiction

3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE ol, IHW affurs took the National Kwish Hospital in
RESIDENTIAL LOT I place al the last. In'nlhlmecltnlll Denver. (Polo whir. treatmentis
I I of the SI. I laude, Salon No (I4.'" given li, tubercular ,hitdr n anti
RIVER FRONTAGE Eight and Ferry. al Vero! Beach I research lone( III s\.tlc t brosis,,
Elected to the office' of le chnpou -
For As was Mn R. L Mintuhun. I
$500 with Mr" I larrv Fineoim Vero I
Little A. 360 ACRESFOR Beach, as le ilcnn cftll!peau pre
I mime!. and Pol 1'1. Joseph' DiMumhro. .
Build and Live Just Completed Home in Broadway PiFORMAIION Writ to I Fort Pierce us le demi chit: !
TOTAL PRICE "pi au tlcuxicmc
Section Distance ,
Walking to Shopping 1
VINCE NELSONBOX Other elected were Mr*. RoI,. I
IN GOLDEN GATE a 2 LARGE BEDROOMS 11RRU70: MOORS crt Singer Jensen Death, la condor I 3 h
TILE Bill DiliII\ Roml.un'RIC 122, JUPITER, FLA *'; Mrs' Andy Isimas, Port I
Siikrno, I Himiomer: Mn Fdwm
AWAY PROM COUNTS Newman, larchivisti: Mrs Mirgurct
Mrs- William MiiUUuon Jensen
$9,995.00 Beach. la secretaire missicrePck !
SEE BERRY gules chosen (for the annual)
: nmrche! (II o ho heM in Jacksonville
.'in June! Mrs Paul Touch
and Mn Minnchim with Mrs
(Next to The Prescription Shop) ART RUHNKE, 612 Colorado Avenue DREAM HOUSE DELUXE Completely furnished modrni CBS I Joseph MaKal and Mrs Pearsonas
tt (1.0) 1 U (1001( Riuuh.1)pe. 111' long 3 Bedrooms, 4U Batlu.. HurdoiMMl Par. alternates
--- -I quet Oak lloon. 36' Florida Rooml; 30' Clam. Wall overlooking The partnership committee! con
-------- --------- -- -- -----
1I xaten 76' Palkn 34 ncreeiied ire. IMP Bar-B-Q Pit IMal lists of Mrs I'miK Davis Mrs
I lighting .).Iem. Fetes, Urge 2 IoN good parking. area. Fin turf 20ell ctrportr. Central ofl Wat- I tarrmur of Jensen Beach !
w. log thermostat control. MadfttMNrder Fht-reed funliuret HUM!*. I The neM meeting will he r>i I ft
day the
tiM>rder Driftwood lamp; draw drapes oa every window. N. May II t American 1 eI i
ion Hall in lort PierceAcknowledgement e W
pine wood In construction. Situated on choice 150 water frontage

REALTOR (In heart of Jupiter Well landscaped messy palm, tree, dr.l I clothing has been received of receipt from of
ESTABLISHED 192S l Deluxe dock with fresh water, light and Ink. Good fWilog from
Jensen Beach Florida AT
74-111 252 Osceoh d Stuart AT 7-0440
I venue, ucrtfice. Not I......"'. Shows by appointment only to qualified Morning Coffee
"presents" j PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING buyer. To dullcate would cost $90,000, will l take $60,000. Term j /
arranged And Cauls Set by I

1. SKYLINE HOME -- Our Best Buy Call owner, Jupiter 746-4772 or 746-4180. Woman's Club I I lot !

I II (10)) The Woman'i Club of Stuart '
A NEW' 2 BEDROOM.: Hi Bath enclosed! garage. U. S. HIGHWAY 1 FRONTAGE will hold the first of Ht summer ,
-- -- -------- -- -- --
large Florida Room-High elevation, Prke 13000. series of morning co.lce. 560 FEET on Wednesday" May 27 at |10( :

2. IN JENSEN HIGHLANDS CHOICE LOTS . . . 2250. here will I he tulle and door
pritea Chairman of the event is

A BRAND NEW' CB 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath 1 Ionic- ONLY $25.00 per front foot OCEAN to RIVER from $150. per ft. Mn Mrs F Peter W. HuiKtoiHl Guc'fIta..illed, Mr! Andrew by a 'i&lJI,

Terra, Ilnore-820' lot on Paved Street only I Ferrnra! Mn. /II S. Halscy! .\, "!
1030000. Our Best Buy --, COMMERCIAL SITES from $15,000 and Mn Kenneth Griffith.
I For. reservations. call I\In. Mil

3. ON THE INDIAN RIVERA CHOICE ACREAGE . . $495 ie). 287.J ". d,

) ON:/ M12
penty of closet spate-carport and covered cookout .
with grill --PLUS- nice 1-Bedroom fun COMPLETELY: FVRNISHFD Move right In this nice Two Ask Us You'll Be Glad You Did0'bOn The Fay Taylor Circle of the
ntshed Guest House Included. Price reduced to Missionary Society: of the rlnlB.IIli.1
Bedroom CBS Home Hurricane Awning Can Heal -
nR\IS.: : Church met Tuesday, May
$12,75000 You will be am.led al the value for only $8,400. I 12 I at 2:10 pot, at the home of
D' eland Mn tvaleim Hiker, Fldorado
4. COMPLETELY FURNISHED UP THE CIRCULAR RIVE to Ihk Executive' Home W a !J )'(light' *'

HOME pleasure you will appreciate. the! rare planting around the! house Mn. Bertha Baldwin wan pro-
I In a tight: to IK hold. nil home b being offered because of (lines* pram chairman Ihe subject being s
900 Colorado Ave, (across from 1st National Bunk) "I'\r I Iherty I and I Ullhl.!|| "
A BEDROOM: HOME electric heat air conditioner -II due have 3 Bedroom! 2 Bulbs and many fine feature
covered outdoor patio, carport and Urge I whkh must 1 be seen to appreciate! Pried around $22,000. AT 7-2500 AT 7-3210 AT 7-4l2t ( Other present 'I" e riM r i ,
hurki Hulls. Mr J. C. Anthony 1,VII. and, I winsome (Iv LuniU
Florida Room This home all new furnishings used DON OKFLLY or BOB WILLIAMS Mr, Dave Cicishrlizht. MM, AI Kent of foil) Puree current
very little! carpeting In Irving room, Florida Room I HOMF AND INCOMF:-. Rahhilry with 200 llolr*. completely III ((110)) Bryant Mr I'red (Hull Mn Anna holder of the 'Mn I loruU(
and dinette, ready for instant living Many other I modern New Two Bedroom CBS Furnished Home ISO 11.. llurges. Mrs Jessie NVilhaini, World. t lit. which will he contested -
feature Priced at 16000.00 complete U. S. No. 1 Frontage A real arguln for only $19,750. I Mrs, L.rna Ikngs. und Mri John for 'I9M In a beauty pug
Teule I rant ut (opt Coral June I 18"10.
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5. JENSEN HILL SECTION HOME IN TIlE COUNTRY with 5 Acres of Land 3 Bed- RIVERFRONT ESTATE .w- w'wNwr" ""-wwMwwuww-l(+w sYan'., '" '
roams Florida Room additional acreage If desired REAL rJilAII WANTED 196 :
NEW 2 BFDROOM. 2 Bath CBS Home, carport, I......' ,
.rprniwaw5vr A-: .a: wawauo"'rs'Sw''' n." 5 7
utility rlNm. patio, 950 sq. ft living area Large FOR SALE
80 by 115' lot- walking dfcfance to shopping. Best
buy In town at 1390000. Terms See NORTH RIVER SHORES 2X( ) FRONTAGE ROUTE NO.1'
NORTH RIVER FOREST 200 Ft. Frtagneautiful; ;
Improvement are 2 Bedroom Hoime, (-n" Building with 2 }T.
PHONE 287-1411 287-4144 RIVER RIDGE Broad St. Lucie River
or fUlency Apiirtmenhi and Bldg for()ffke. Only $20.000,00.1) 'emu. ,

WE SELL THE EARTH i Within City Limits of Stuart ROLAND G. LUEDER

I.tl (HO) 1.11 (1101) .' RrAllOR:
--- ---- ----.---- ----- ---- -- ---------- -- Florida 729 .
An Original Home OURUX) AVENUE AT 7-N5

Well Kept and Spacious SMART, ILOKIIU ..

I.tl (tan( ) .,
C. O. RAINEY-Realtor Nice Guest Cottage

-...... Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. 660')() of river frontage on South Fork of ,
<< .. ...... "''' '_._ '"-'' Well Landscaped With
St. Luci'c River, 30 acres, including! ap- ,.
r* TTC :: J :. Large Lawns and Many proximately 2X()() Royal Palm Trees, beautiful

; Beautiful Trees and Plants grounds. Contact broker '.
your or
.. .,

Priced To Sell $$29,950.00

:Q ,. See Your Agent or PDOM ALBERT BROOKER

AT 7.2607 AT 7-3232
tf n'l P.O. Box: 2245, New Smyrna Reach, Fla.

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$13,000.00 BUYS THIS BRAND NEW: extra large Home with .,
attached Garage| 2 IS-Foot iMbxMMM, Hi Balht, 12*""' ot ULIII( U KIT ,
DIN; .
Foot Kitchen sad Are. Good .
Florida Room and 12x18- Dining cJtr 1 1N.
Term! (fro.RJr" Mtl"d 1St-II

45 $1285000 with $1000,(M buys thb Braid New 3 Bedroom .
R IVi Bath Home on the Water Air C'owllrtoae1, Screened
Porch: and Dock.

$825000 With $1950.00 Dow>Yl buy shin 1' Am Tract (f' ,'j/
: Ti whh 660 Feel on t County ..... j115 JlIIf '
I ))1
SR$280000 76. wifl buy a 1 Acre_with ill Feet Frontage o. 1 .-SI''

i HIGHWAY FRONTAGE- (60 feel M UJ5. No. I. F Acres hiOty

The GUNNELL ESTATE Umlt*, Include 2 1-Bedrooai Dvplesea, priced at $250.00 dswAll_ 4t'i2" i., -

I I Waterfront Homes I IV I Good Investments'' portent. The

HIGHWAY FKONTAGE:/ I 15 .. U.S. No. I hi City Limits, Valley ForgeIN
3 Large Bedroom pay Exclusive Port SewallFOR 1. 273' SOUTH US. 1 3 Bedroom .
1. CLOSE IN Approximately 250 feet deep $l50 t> per foot<<
Den and Dining Room. 2 Ceramic TOe Houw JOO Mango Tree*- Small Lake LEGION I HEIGHTS, Jensen Beach
-Over 9 Acre .la all. Priced to MO SMALL FRAME HOME 2 Bedroom, la City of Stuart. 3 TWIN
Baths, 100' oa St. Lack River, $32,500. THE MOST OISCRI flNA'TISGOhtt $30,000. $6,500.00 Term L BEDROOMS

2. MOVE RIGHT IN CBS 2 Bedroom, Two Bedroom-Two Bath 2. COMMERCIAL BUILDING on Fast i 0 2 BATH ROOMSDOUBLE

2 Bath l Home, Florida Room overlooking Ceafral Conditioning and Heat Breath.tallag Oceaa ....'".d-COOd R'n'10.' %
reran on ..,--... sa-.. by appohtt- TAYLORASHLEYREAL SIZE CLOSETS
St. Lucie River, StawaB-Port SewaB, View ALSO -2 Bedroom C et 0lI"o"rIllIIlMl"ilLIL
meat oal,.
$29,800. Cottage with Kitchen. LavWUy brnfacapedBoat FULL DINING ROOM
3. Itt ACRES M South Fork St locloW -
3. IMMACULATE: CBS 2 Bedroom Shelter and Hold AraBabk to *' frontage OB both rides. of River- ESTATEJim K BREAKFAST
Central Heat Cathedral CeDine. Florida how anytime FurnkJied Asking ExceBeat for tmall waterfront development \ BAR

Room Priced to fell at $19,750. $ 2,600. Asking $30,000.
Whitehead $12 50000

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Thursday. May 21, 196

Attended GirlsAppreciation Day SOCIAL NEWS" I INTRODUCING.

Member of the Stuart Busmesi I Office: AT 7-MSO MISS MARY LINDSAY. Society Editor
And Professional Women's Clu .
I!, who attended Appreciation Day .+'1':.
at the Ocala School for GirlsI on
i I Sunday, May 17, were Mn Doro
! thy West, Mrs. Marge Deckert.!
, Mn Emma Doyle and Miss Beth r r
Jane Stott ( RAC n THE
The girls' school is a state-wide
I project for the Florida Federationof
Business and Professional Worn ;
en's Clubs .
I On this day the girls and the
staff show with words, song and
dance and a chapel service of
thanksgiving, their gratitude for
I the many substantial gifts and ,
thoughtful( acts (of which thc arc a
the recipients from clubs anH "' + c rHI PACHE1CREATED
club members throughout t h, .

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Home Loan Talksby C1IOSKN Mother of the Year by the Hobe Sound Presbyterian Church Women Association at_ Golden Anodized Aluminum 4 Panoramic Windows
its banquet May 12 is Mrs, Roberta Hurst, right Mrs, Louise Campbell, left, was the mother who Living Area When Erected: 16' !. wide
had the most daughters present, Mrs Ella Fay Shaw and Michelle Shaw were the youngest mother
Your 6' and
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don herold and youngest baby present, and Mrs Bertha Baker was the oldest mother attending, Christina
Randall, seated, gave the blessing i
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and oursIt R>
On Tuesday evening, May 1 12 baby present; Mrs. Ella: Fay Shaw, scnted to Mrs Roberta Hurst EVERY APACHE CAMPER
.... at 6 p.m, the hobo Sound Presbyterian the youngest mother; Mrs Bertha Mrs Lea Spowart and Mn.
Church Women's Association Baker the oldest mother; and Mrs 1 Agnes Spowart were general chair.
presented their second annual 1 Louise Campbell the mother with : men for the event. I -5 MODELS ON DISPLAY IN OUR CAMPING CENTER-
"Mother and Daughter Banquet the most daughters present The Piano accompanist for the singing
.HThe mother of the year award was pre. I was Mrs, Helen Henke.
welcome was given by Mrs
Grace Hall president of the association
The toast to motherswas
to havea given by Mrs, Lenore Rich County Council of PTA
pays ardson! with the toast to daughters

home loanxpert's being Christina given by Randall Mrs Estelle gave the Moore.children To Give Seniors ReceptionThe
s blessing and the Rev. Fran
cis Dickson. pastor of the church, Martin County Council of I graduates and their guests are in- &
0. K. the invocation about ,
gave Songs PTA* will join, to give a senior reception yilcd
mothers were sung by the daughter after the class of 1964 I This year Martin County HiGh
._ J School PfA will again present a
Be the loan the home 1
sure on I
graduation exercises on May 29
Mrs Agnes r< resented deserving senior with a $200 scholarship 420 SOUTH FEDERAL HWY. STUART, FLORIDA
you buy or build is financed by a the awards to ;Michele i Shaw, The Martin County High School This scholarship is made
home loan institution which has twenty-one months, the youngest PTA will be host group, under 1 possible by the funds earned by
the chairmanship of Mrs Charles members working at ticket booths
had a long wide experience in I
Hall of Rio. They will supply o'b: I nt the Martin County Fair Members
judging: home values. refreshments Officers of all of all other local PTA join
er PTA have been invited to preside forces to man the booths and aid IIAVE YOU TRIED THE
The fact that First Federal Savings over the punch bowls. Each in making scholarship possible.
PTA will have its own table County Phil Sumeek was designated by
of Vero Beach will make "flMETaCTC
Council officers have also been the High School: PEA to presentthe 18/2/1 FA BUG LAS COMMODOREFOR
loan on the property is pretty good invited scholarship at class night on
evidence of Its worth They have The reception will be held on Monday, May 23 He has headed
had a chance to siz.o up hundredsof the mall at the new high school the committee at the fair for two 1964?
after graduation All,.
Immediately years
properties and they KNOW.A _______n 22 Happy Martin County Boatmen Did and They Now OWN ONE -

First Federal (of Vero Beach)
borne loan is not a brittle, unbending Surprise Baby Shower Held Come Join the Group and Be Number 23 This Year !

thing Fin Federal will give
you sympathetic understanding if For Mrs. James HutchinsonThe

circumstances change throughthe
home of Mr and Mrs. Miss Dee Austin, all of Fort Lauderdale -I
years. 61 Stephen Schmidt, Eleanor Avenue, ; and Mrs Jan Van de Lugt, STUART TACKLE & MARINE
+ rS Jensen Beach, was the scene of a Mrs. John Tyler, and Clair Potter-
They will permit you to make surprise baby shower on Sunday half, of Fort Pierce
laraer.than'uKUliI payments on your w afternoon, May 17 M r a. FOR -
suss L.uru..a James (loan) Hutchinson received
loan at any time, which will enable many gifts from the forty guests AMVltUR: R\I() ('ILB1U
you to save greatly on total 4 who came throughout the afternoon MtLI: IIIL'KSDVY EVINRUDE MARINE SUPPLIES
interest costs over the >ean. TAYLOR ASHLEYllurlford's The gifts were placed in an The Martin County Amateur
old-fashioned cradle used as part Radio Club will meet Thursday HOMELITE GAS AND ICE
of the decorations. May 21 at 8 p.m. at the clubhouse
They can later perhaps, lend
you HoHiLMscs for the afternoon were All members are asked to attend
more on the same mortgage to enlarge Mill Family Auto with Insurance broad- Mrs. Rosa Witham, Mrs. Clifton the ratification of the constitution FABUGLAS SERVICE & REPAIRS
or improve your home you. Perry and Mrs. Schmidt. Fruit and the election of officers. Any
protection-at substantial savings punch and cookies were served one interested In amateur radio i
If you have 8 good driving from a beautiful antique buffet is welcome, WOODSON FISHING TACKLE
record. And with the Hartford Out-of-town were Mrs
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.fcr Ik"..*,a.n....m. l..tn.ln>., ..a u.Lot M lit I...DOII... name on your policy there Ivan Austin, Joans mother, and rtRI\MNh.Lb LUNCHEON GATOR CAMPING SUPPLIES
._ Corporation...Y..v...., tart M ..r need be no doubt about the her sisters, Mrs. Shirley Bice and
UM wllk any s.a a4 Yes
The Periwinkles will have a covered
... of
M Umo.Copyrighted quality your Insurance.:
dish luncheon at the Masonic APACHESUMMERTIME DOCKAGE109500RE1WY
( Call our offke now to see If JOSEPH GUILD
1964)) ST. Temple on OsceoU Street this I
you qualify for savings on the CARl PARrY MAY 21 1 Thursday May 21 at 12:30: p.m.
finest t auto Insurance you can All Eastern Stars ure invited
WANTA buyl! St. Joseph Guild will hold a card
I party at the community room of
COMFORTABLE the First National Bank of Stuart FINAL LUNCHEON !
I at 1 1pm SPECIAL
MORTGAGE? .on There Thursday writ be toliabl Xi Gamma Phi chapter: Beta
prizes Phi, will hold their final
It tmi ..... a ..rt.... IMH to and door prizes Refreshments luncheon/ meeting of the t 1963- PLUS TAX RUN !
kulld.' ."> kom will be served. Tickets be
van may purchased
"ft..t .. :. 64 this 21
talk I U f V. year Thursday May
Y..l .. ".. It oil In iomlorUbloathlv from members or at the 12 15 the Lantern. _
ln.l..Ua..,., Hotoubl l.. door Please bring your own cards, at : p.m. at Ship's !
tara rata ;
: Mrs. Olin Booth will be chairman 1
Phone Vero Beach 562-2373 with Mini Helen: Reilley, Mrs A new urethane backing material -
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