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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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!MRS.tTY: BLAKLSLLE ON SUNDAYMrs. ISM V Cause of Probe by Walton Group

Charles D. Blakcslce, Stu. I
art pioneer who first settled with V + 1 -
her family' on Blakeslce Creek in tr

the Spruce Bluff region of the f V E PollutionIs 1 5,510( !I oti' tVfAin Second !Primary Here
North Fork will observe her ninetieth ._
birthday i Sunday' She is the L -
widow of Captain C, D Blakes- '
Ice, who used to sail the mail between I Martin in Burns Column

Scwalls Point and Spruce Feared I II ;
Bluff. Mrs Blakcslce for man
years assisted at the old Stuart '

Woman Club library here friendsare Johnson Wins Post
invited to drop by at the family In Canal Judge
on Colorado Avenue on I
V Sunday afternoon

,,.:: Waste nmlcri.il from a propused

RAINtY 10 VISIT : asphalt plain was the local point -- Piley JusticeOf

OCI1SMR: C11MC of a lengthy: discussion: at Martin

C O. Rainey, local realtor, is County ComtfmMon Tuesday when' the
leaving soon for the Ochsner Clin.ic Charles kmdiul. !president of the Peace;

in New Orleans La., to be goneat Florida Division ol I the husk ,

least two weeks and ma\be lonj Walton l.eaj.iie: protested allowing Gale Winner
er This clinic specialize>> in ncuro
surgery, and he will seek its aid anatc to go into the St. <
for relief for nerve injuries which Lucie CunulKindred Marlin 'ounty stayed on this

resulted from an auto accident asked IhCIl1Inll"I.n I Haydon Burnt bandwagon by a
if waste miUcrml from the asphalt slim majority Tuesday, giving this
plant to be constructed Dicker
: by : ,
f HAS 1E von, Inc.. in St. Uicic hulls Subdivision Jacksonville mayor 2,443 to 2.311I

I EXCELlENT: : DISPLAY .. -V =- will go inlo the canal He I for Robert King High of Miami,
I AT FIRST NATIONAL i said that such a practice: could in the tally from its fifteen pieilncts .
ROLAND MERRIlL left. trustee for Hutchinson! Island Property Owners Avsociation signs the agree pollute the water and create a
i On display for the past t week and ment which will bring City of Stuart water to Hutchmson Island by the end of the year At right is dangerous ,situation lor lish and .
, for one week more m the lobby; Harry P. Davison Jr., vice president of Southern Gulf Utilities I Inc. of Miami which will operate the I I wikllilc HH I Burns won in a landslide Muta-
of the First National Bank it an fide. He will lace the Republican
Evans Sr.. is for the County Engineer Fred Bell told
utility Crary standing attorney property owners.
exhibit of top-notch printing by the (' I Kindred and the commission that I nominee, Charles B. Holley, in
Southeastern of November.
Stuart If Printing do Company know $327,500 Total Cost Entailed Dickcrson: plans a new-type. tl inslullution -
>ou not already which will be a pilot prot) There were I II7 absented voles
that this area has one of the high ect" of the State Board of Health' here. 1 hem plus the 5.393 cast in
est-rated printing plants in Florida the precincts the
county u
with from North asssse. ........., gave
patronage .. ..,.. ..
Miami Cocoa and ._ .... -ai- I
to .
Water Island s\\s iirAi.iii UJoI'1': .
to Connecticut and other points to Compact II.VS SHJN: M PLAN } !NO' HBUI.A'IIO I : more distant, w 0 advise \ou to SHOM) PRIMARY:
see this showing, which is outstanding After the meeting Tuesday,
both in variety and quuli Kindred requested a report on I For space reasons, and because
particularly the color booklets the project from Vincent Pattern, only three local office:
done for Florida' leading missile Signed Coming This Year head ot the Industrial Wastes i. were involved, 1 he'New. \\t not
and electronics industries. They ; I Division of the Mule Health Depurlmcnt. if' publishing a precinct by (precinct
most evidently have a champion Jacksonville' Pulton tabulallol\l e>l -the: jMxcmd,
I, and skilled technicians. told that have primary We havclono \ut,
designer me they seennn, .. -r'Iji. ,. vote
. By )BUNNY ABBOPf schema; Three owners "tJ.lt; Southern Gulf, which ov>nand plant for thiil. project I ," ho mud, 1 ': J ,a.'J"." ')' .' the olflc* If you would can tocheck '
L scribed In -order to put o".r.\ub'l()( ( I operates more than ninety Kuulrcd muted that he hud been & ... :i .: "' _I''r' I : \vihe vole wcnf/in every t,
PARKS SUP"R": 'I'N1)tNT: : Roland Sferrell'signcd an Agreement
in the escrow account the amount separate water project in Florida assured by Walter Crowd), vile pretfnct
, SAYS FOLKS GIVING TOBEAU1IF1CAIION Friday which will put rests required by the utility company I signed with Mcrrcll: and re-ncr- president of Dickerson: J BEllY: IIK.BI pins a corsage on Glee "',*1.:1.: who was chosen ,...........-a.s*" 'vPws'
; JOB water on Hutchinson island b) I before it would sign; I sled: McrrcU's prophecy of Feb. that "every modern device "Mis, 1964'\ at Martin ( flinty Senior" High Class Night Monday
, First a well was driven "for the end of 1964. Harry P. Davison Jr., vice pre i.1 (Continued on Page 2-A) I be used to prevent nC"1 Glee a Cheerleader, 'is a member ol the Beta Club and! National total of 5.310 J for (ha second primary -
free." Then a pump supply firm The vice( president and trust officer I but that conservationists Honor Society, as compared to 6,625 in Ito
I donated the total irrigation system of the First National Bank! advance assurance from first i -r Absentee were
for the first median strip on U. of Stuart. who has acted as trustee -' Health Department Game & -- -- ----- counted Wednesday niorning and

S. 1 I. A flower grower, passing by, for Hutchinson Island Prop. Governor Farris Bryant is' fresh Water Fish Commission; Project Costing $9S9,835Indiantown\ \ are not included m tho unofficial

asked Bill Ambler, park superintendent erty Owners Association thu >> and Conservation Department .. results from the precincts: given
achieved in ten months what has all of whom I am contacting" below:
"Do need fertilizer
: you some To Visit Stuart June 18
?" and then gave him six been talked about for years. on ha said Mallory Johnson won the counv -

full sacks. A business man was so His tusk was simplicd by the I .._..-w...-,-_._,-_m.. '.."'. ,.... Span Work judge roct by 3035 vote toDean
pleased by the beautification in fact that just one year ago, a groupof Governor Farris Bryant has art on 1 hur\ oIY. June 18Governor looker' 1,484.
front of his place that he is sending Scwalls Point residents headedby accepted an invitation to speak Bryant bus :0llk a1 lInt project will test new air and Harvey Piley won the justice!
a $50 check and another Is E. C. Wareheim, reached an before the Kiwanis Club ot Stu- to Martin i County on i iI water pollution control mlla'ol.lrelrri uf the pence race in District 2 by
contributing $100 I toward beautifying ;- agreement with Southern Gulf t I visit since his inauguration und expressed could: be all put to use by indus Will Begin Thursday 2, a plot near his firm. "Thereare Utilities, Inc., of Miami, for that I a desire to conic here I plants over Florida, Hell) I I,618 I .

some very wonderful peoplein corporation to supply City of SWart : Ask Flood Gates during the summer or fall when said that would the water the used canal by but the David ( alt, running for conntaile .
the Point. conversing with former State Representative plant go into _
water to
this said
area Ambler "God In Indiantown]
only alter the Mute Board of I (Construction of the $9H9,HJ5 St, Ihe roadway approaches to the District 4, de-
bless them all Our project is one Work is currently under way At West End of held last W.month R. Scott ut a meetIng -I Health determined Hi purity I.ucie Cunul Bridge on Stale Road bridge!! will he widened to provide tasted Frank Snipes by 277 to 1114.
of magnitude and will need the to install a water main the .
across ,
The 1 Club Lions ClubSoroptimists When Kindred asked Bell to 710 ut Indiunlown is expected t ID u uniform twenly-lour.fIKlt highway Democratic: party politics
help of every citizen and lots more St. Lucie River Bridge and under Rotary und other elaborate on the type of be started by 'I 1 hursday, May 28. with two twelve-fix* lune yndon B Johnson presidential
money to complete the job. I look the river bed at the draw span St. Lucie Canali invited civic or- I tion and to show the in\talla'i the Slate Rood Department an- the bridge itself will be 1.951 I fe.t lute received 2,275 vote; Elliott
forward to seeing many others help By the time I7KK( ) (tani/ations are being by :
approximately : H. H. Kiwanis president, I the asphalt plant, Bell declared nounccd long with a sled channel spun Roosevelt, a* he did statewide lent
make U S 1
through Stuart a Feet of water line has been laid
ol the i Flood gates at the west end of to attend the luncheon which will he did not feel it was advisable at : Road liourd member, John \IIMonuhan V Clcury Hroincrs Construction! the field of fourteen candidatesfor
never-to-be-forgotten" highway on Point the few remainingiluns the St. Lucie Canal at Us conflu. be held at the Tradewinds Restaurant this time to disclose the details of I ot I Fort I aiidcrdale said Company ol West Palm Beach hai national commitleemun with
beauty. in connection with the bland 1 the especially/ with four been awarded the contract and 177 votes and Nancy Evan
ence with Lake Okeechohee were at 12:15 pm. project : the Martin County facility extends! ; wssleader
<:t completed are expected and the to work have there been requested by Edward Mapp! at a Invitations i are also: being extended (Continued on Page 2-A) for I 1,4 milca.Platting. will have 240 working' day to complete of (four Candidates' for na<

DON1LD I. 80\\ DEN will be a continuation of that on meeting of t h a Martin County to the elected olficials of I I the project.Liciuor I onul votes. committeewoman with 683
NAMED PRESIDENT OF the Point. Commission Tuesday I Martin County as well as of City ,
BANK AUDIT GROUP I, Mapp told the commission that. :' of Stuart and other municipalitiesin New Physician; to Rules I Dealers The Cramer "for Goldwater"
Next at the
Donald L Bowden vice pre.i.lIent approval steps of present are and in case of a hurricane or intense i the county. Practice in City I lute of Republican presidential!
engineering plans Are delegation led with 2411
storm from the welt a "wall of [ Further details will be avail Opposed to vote m
and cashier of Bank of Stuart, the locating of site for
a a storage Now PublishedAs Martin
Cotmty 165 for
water" could be forced down the I able soon Kiwanis Program Chair Marshall Evans, M.D., will begin to the Paw-
was installed as president of the tank, probably near Elliott Mu- Longer OpeningsA Icy "no preference slate."
,51. Lucie Canal with nothing between man Bryan Feulherstonc announced I
r his
Florida 1 Gulfstreant Chapter of icum, matters for co-operation with practice in Stuart on Mon.
NABAC, the association for bank the State Road Department and Stuart but the east lock nine 1 After the Stuart meeting the day June I, in association with BookletAn letter hearing the mime of I' The local: vole for Republican
audit control and operations, at Martin County Commission, and miles upstream. He said the waler governor is scheduled to go to Dr Julian D. Parker. Stanley Mislura, representing the national committeeman was Crum-
could raise the St. Lucie River : Miami to attend a groundbreaking Or Evans ii here front Cr 291 l. to Roberts, 125. and for
the FloridaGulfstream moving Retail I Dealers' Association
group's May meeting. regarded as largely routine. iquor : : I flationid i
NABAC Chapter belongs Merrell flooding land and destroying! property ceremony of the Sunland Cocoa Beach. He in graduate oflmiver.ity ,informative new booklet entitled I of Martin C'ounly. and opposing 'I committeewoman, MorH. >
signed the
agreement Dade 'Subdivision for 216,
Training Center in County. the of Regulation' Salmon. 157
to national organization after he had obtained the unanimous -I Virginia ; the extension of closing hour for
along tha more than 6,500 other: approval of Island !I Mapp reminded the commission the Medical College of Virginia Martin Countylorida" i now bur in Martin (ounly, was readat
banks which are dedicated to finding property owners who sixty-one had already I that( t Hood gates are on other ca Girl Scouts Plan Hospital where he also internedand I available to persons who have particular a meeting of the Martin County
better way of operating banks subscribed 6 per cent of the 1963 mils leading out from the lake and took a residency in general use for the regulations ,1 Commission: Tuesday Road EasementCut
for the benefit of customers and assessment value of their !I with the concentration of walerI Big Program Here 1 practice. Ihe yellow-bound booklet, avail At the lust meeting: Fred Mumbcrslone -
stockholders. in order to participate property the I due to new dikes, aU the water Saturday June 6 I, Following two year at a Naval able at the county engineer's office, operator of the 1 rude-
0(( m I I would be forced down I h eSt. Medical Officer with the Marines, should he of particular value to I winds Restaurant asked the communion Fifty, Feet
Lucie. An '"in-gathering" ceremony by he took advanced training in industrial builders developers engineers, ." to extend cloning( hours! '
PATRICIA PENCE IS : County Commission Chairman I Girl Scouts will be held from I to I medicine at the University architects and sur eyors. I It sells 'from 2 to 5 a mSOMI. I' For ApartmentsAn
HONORED BY COUNCILThe Public InvitedTo Frank Wacha told Mapp that the 3 p.m. at Stuart's Memorial Parkon : of Pittsburgh His special! interestsare for $2. The previous regulationswere ---

Dairy Council of South Corps and the Flood Control District Saturday June 6. Watch next I in internal and industrial medicine printed on mimeographed ) SlAY OIM-N.
Florida, in honoring achievements of have indicated they don't believe week' Stuart New for the complete sheets SOMK MILL CIOSK: application by Stuart High-!
of young people hi Indian River, Showings intense flooding and damage program I He, Wilt formerly associated; with The specification and reguta- land Tower, Inc., for relief n'sthe '
St. Lucia and Martin Counties has would occur under the storm circumstances I the medical department of Pan- ions contained In the booklet govern Pout offices, financial institutions I lOO-fee()() reservation held by the

cited Patricia (Palsy) Pence seventeen New Stuart FilmThere but that the board | CIIY MtKIINCThe American at Cape Kennedy and the platting and re-platnng. of !, public ol flees. furniture and slate on g Murphy 1 deed was grantd -
daughter of Mrs. Mary could once again ak the Corps I : I in private practice at Melbourne all lands in Sl.otinvainly which television store will be closed all by the, City Commission Mon.d.y -
Pence of Stuart as one of the first will and FCD to make a re-study and :, next regular meeting of Stu Hit wife, Mary Ray, and three lit outside the lima. of a municipality ,- day Saturday, Memorial IJ a y. .

three winner For several: months, I' of a new film entitled be three showings the re-survey! of the flood. gates proposal j art's City Commission will be on boys will be joining him at a Liter None of the regulatum uuidspsicufueuitions I Grocery and department store and ,, The city agreed to go along
(Continued on Page 2-A) St. Lucie" on Thursday."City May by I VServices Monday, June 8, at 8 p.rn.B..nner' date are new. filling station will remain open: with the county and the Slate Road
-- -'- --- Xipurtruunl. which agreed
at 3, 4, and 5 p.m., The l \ 28'1 priorly
It) reduce the reservation! to fifty
I Tale I I minutes Martin County film will be shown The at War Dead Will Be}Honored by Two Legion 1'osts feet. which would still leave V a 1 11)0-(

Twisting i il invited and Library.there is no charge.pubic j .. .. .. root right-of-way on East Ocean

I L_TUB By rtvno JACK JAMES cow auy I" for The the by film Stuart E:was W.Chamber made Dutton especially of of Commerce Port Memorial Day Rites for Stuart and Jensen Beach' ApartnuentI Boulevard..cast of Atlantic: Court

Talking with a ft old colored SewalL! A chamber committee composed Last W..k', Weather
friend of mine.. I asked "What is of Bill Britton. Don Bow-
happening to the carefree happy- den and Ronny Nelson! worked I I in Stuart in the morning will be played.; I ol Stuart, and the benediction willI crosses on all veteran*' graves in I niander ('liflon V. liownds, a rifle T.mp'tolr... iligla. Low RalsrsllMs
spirit closely with him in producing the and at Jensen Beach in the Roland Minnehan post chap I be !given by Rev. Malcolm A. fern \Hill, (emetery salute to the dead will be fired, Miu, i" 't .""
we film. It covers seventy-two sub- j afternoon will mark the oboervance lain, will offer prayer, and! those Harm pastor of the Fir Presbyterian At All Saints' Cemetery Jensen II and Tom Kedmger of Martin I Sisy Miy'Jj :::: :: fl:i :t,
see and I ect and attractions of the area I of Memorial Day in Martin attending will be welcomed by ( hurch of Stuart, before Beach at 2 pm., Sdlurd lY. Jensen 'ounty High wilt sound tap*. in., as V V 55 71 1 ..11"dap
: He said including commercial advantage I County on Saturday May 30. Pout Commander John L. Tay t the colors are retired. Beach Post NI). '126, American The war dead of the community /May as 55 .. V .. 4 1 n7 .011
lao-lucky the and recreation. Harold John. Pott No. 62 lor, and the president of the Auxiliary -I A march to the Pelican Hotel Union assisted by Barrack* No. I will, be honored at a Requiem "..r..". tnin V 54.ratu.r. fur ell wankDBH 77.1111
it seems I American Le it* ladies' Mrs. Andrew Tsima. Commander Jock will, follow where Sirs Alfa' I II 854, World War I Veterans: will Mass to he laid at 8 a.m. Memorial '
y peo Auxiliary, ", il''nduci the Stuart Taylor will\ then introduce I Snow. a Gold Star Mother will conduct a !service. I Day Saturday, May 30 at St. Ml' theta AT Mlrt" W l.f Low Witla l lA.M.
losing SIGN ORDINANCE rites at the Memorial Park band SU"". and John W. Keller post cast .* wreath on the waters of the I I Rev. "Norman" B Ireaster, rector Joseph'sVhurch.. The Mass. is INLET PM. A.M. tit
of life FINALLY PASSES ,shell beginning at 10 am. service officer, will read the roll SI Lucie River. The firing liquid of All Saints' Episcopal Church, I under the auspice of the Holy a., 18 5M. 511: "If 5,51,
salute the dead and will deliver the invoc ion Rev \Name Society. I Mar It sen It,(,. asa a as
I' of to
by trying to imitate The long-awaited and muchdcbated Martin County Senior High Band member who have died duringthe till, fire a ; asVaseS i,44, 4t4 4.50
the white folks, and with it sign ordinance wa.. passed' will play a selection: after which past year.Minnehan ichool bugler! will sound< taps. I I Newton M. Tweedy, pastor of the The service organisation are :: It :::.5544 ,11 ill 4:lit lift
I will Friday afternoon assisted by Jensen Beach Community Church, I expected to participate. and, the Ju 5 .ti.5I IK* i!**
we are inheriting their problems. on its second reading before City I I the Color will be advanced the introduce the I On I I a,,: a :.isas II:ilT sea tsmlla
(Bring your problem to church Commission Monday evening as1 Call to Color sounded by I speaker Rev. Forrest Watkins. Boy Scout. Harold John Pout will be the guest' speaker; the memorial public is invited to all of the patriotic JIIII. I (141 1i45 '." I
Sunday) __ __ I I Ordinance No. 387, bugler, Lad the iur Spangled pastor ol the First Baptist Church I i member will place flag and white. IA i I roU will .be read by Coin- I : events.. ... MM. Id* ..... 44. till L.V .,


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and Mrs Pierce Mic ( i I"
TOTS I sen
) Methodist, Kinder
drcn of the
112.\ Thu+sday, May 28. 1964MORF I SANG: ; LOB SOCIETY ten sang, accompanied ,liM".

., fh,' W"man's Society of Chris Harold VVhalen and :Mrs R,,uGottron I
ttMt,' uan) Vrxici. of the First Metho- .

ABOUT I dint ( Nurch met on Tuesday, May The group will continue to 11"cct)
FLOOR 4 'H \11|, Cun Cromwell conducted during July and August t.. V\t
RamblingContinued the mnual pledge service en meeting will he on Jane K> II
illicit I he Sea of jiving," HelP 9:10 a.m. nt the church.
"Ih the program were: Mrs ----
( from Page 1 1.Ai I II Kenneth Ingulls Mrs Raleigh Only! about one woman 111 ''1\t

SAMPLES! I I Blackwcldcr, Mrs John Rasmuit- -is-color-blind-

the Martin County Senior 1111h,:
School Band was without .t i a."ch"
er-director During that t 11 1 111 14 u FRANCES< lANGORD'JJFNSFV ) !
Patsy" held the group togelhc, tl y

SAVEUP ( writing i i arrangement. planmn: --
programs", conducting drill pray IGGEROVfR
lice, originating field routine mi ps
taught the regular band Jasse .r RESTAURANT
For her excellence and leadership .4

$7595General in music, she recently received ihi # BFACII, ON TIlE INDIAN RIVER AT
TO Sousa Award.

ElectricRefrigerator YOUNG ARC\EOIOGIST
Robert S. Alhrecht now at a OPEN AT 5 P.M. FOR COCKTAILS

Mesa Verde, Colo. sent u+ a clipping a Dinners, dully, seven days a week-6 to 10 p.m.
from the Durango, Colo a 1UNUIE9 DISCONTINUED FOR SUMMER:
Herald of an Associated Press e SPFCUL SUMMER PRICES ON MENU:<.
Door Frost-Free story datelined Stuart which tells PRFSFNIFD:<. scholarships hy Mn John Stokes on behalf of the Anderson David C Duncan, and Patricia Pence the presentation -

((37 cu. FT.-oNE, PINK about a youthful archaeologist t here I Stokes Foundation were. left to right: Samuel A. Damron. tide were made at Class Night Monday, May 25V I "'''here the Stars Meet *
He I is Scott V, Feaster son of the I .
ONE WHITE TB 414 Rev, and Mr. Norman B Feaster -
NOW $"' $27600 Jensen Beach and member of the MORE ABOUT
: :.? current graduating class at Martin BOX OFFICE OPENS
Senior High. Scott's research turn Water to Island w 6:45
ed up early Indian and Spanish tuart r ve.l A.ri

General Electric artifact at the House of Refuge rt IIUAt'f, n SHOW TIME
Museum here, and he plans to pursue Compact Signed 7:30
Door Frost'Free a career in archaeology We've' t .', ?4sk

also had clippings! forwarded from ((Continued from Page I 1-A) ss r Friday Saturday and Sunday
The (hristmn Science Monitor and I t r I Ir
Refrigerator other Urge circulation' paper 2<. that water would be on the
-- .- -.-- -.. land by the end of this year, 1'1-1 wREEIfR DEAI R MEf fS S ,X PfAlf R.tt

i:0 CU. FT. TB 403 On the Mum!, about 32.000( )( fee
RFC. $%99.9!, Nicholson'sShip's of mains will be installed from the MlMraAMJ118RBlHBIPiIOE1INew,
NOW $24600 !St Lueic- boundary soutl cows I
Lantern In the northern boundary of the REMICKIGARNERPLU.S
Rand property. Negotiations are ( .
General Electric understood Mill to be under way
'AtnerlcanRESTAURANT/ I between the Rand and Bradshaw h k
interest t for an easement whichwould i
Door, Frost.Free I I permit a water line to crone 1 4'AMONG

Seafood the Rand property to the Bradshaw ( .
Refrigerator COCKTAIL') I.OUNGF.PACKAGE property at the extreme south or .1
the Island An option ha* already I. ,. .
13.2 CU. FT. TB 304 .... STORE been signed by Charles Martin, !*" coiORjl !2D jyi J
REG. $28995 PIZZA developer of Tequesia and the the recipient of the Nina Haven Charitable Foundation scholarship at Class Night on MI MM
FAMILY Monday, May 25 are, left to : Heath, Tom C Patricia Britton and Evelyn Claire -
NOW... ,.........-vZO.UU NIGHT Fvtry Hunt Club Colony at Jupiter, to right Cheryl Redmgcr ,
Thursday" develop a $20000.000 resldcntiuproject Dumlch. Other not In the picture are Arden Brannan, Edward William Lowe and Nancy McCormick THE WEST BUZES
CLOSED TUESDAY on the present Bradshaw

General ElectricRefrigerator u.r.nIe from Shopping Center property The estimated cost of puttlni, JJ Junior College Has WHEN LAND-ROBBERS ROBERT TAYLOR
water on the Intend II $327,500 in.
STUART, FLORIDA eluding $25.000 to go back to the HIGH SCHOOL NEWSBy I Fifty-eight 'Grads'
Telephone AT '. 722 Point project. Island property owners .
\ho subscribe after the signing Fifty-eight members of Indian
11.8 CU. FT. TB 212REG. of the agreement will pay 5 9 River Junior College graduatingclass
$219.95, '$16400 ". per cent of the 1963 assessnien """"" ,",", '" .. ... '" .... "WI.jUl.I ''IIII'.4' received their degrees i n

NOW : .. .. of their property. exercises at the
..., Asked Friday about the I' .;
hility of installing a sewerage ae- First Presbyterian Church in Fort
tern on the Island, Harrison' said Pierce Monday night
General ElectricRefrigerator that hit corporation would be interested Awarded at MCHS Class Night Ct>ngresmalEdward J. Cur- COLOR

1'Otl1 N'd[ I in considering! such aproposal ney of the Eleventh Congressional -A Sll
);OIffUILy but stated that there I Scholarship awards in excess of Nina Haven Charitable District was principal speaker
., ".I would have 'to be considerable I development I I $10000( ) were made to graduating lion scholarship I awards FounJa.1( Baccalaureate exercises for the "ESCAPE FROM EAST BERLIN"
10.tf CU. FT. -'TA 241 before plans for thenyetem senior liurlnji Class Night at the I pcr year for four \.o : I class were held at the- ,church on
practicable high school Mon students, Arden Sunday evening
EG. $18495, I II gyniruilormm on seven gridiiatmg .
$16400 According to Merrell. severadevelopers day May 25. Brannan Dumich I Pat Brit I
NOW ..N. ... are merely waiting for I Jilt
The Parent Teacher Association ton, Nancy McCornick I MORE ABOUT
the treated city water t to reach the '()'O' ( OPENS
!% Island before starling to build there, scholarship wa awarded by Phil. lorn Redinger and Cheryl : ;
1 lip Sameck to Scott I Fea ter. Heath Asks Study of LYRI
The two Stokes Indian River
a5rt 1 The Miller Circle of the
A new compact high-speed, Junior College awards of $225 b SHOW 1IME 7.0ft
). Elks awarded Cindy Simeck
Push Button DefrostRefrigerator '.' .. .1, hi resolution IcnAytem to see $200 scholarship for Indian River a per year for two year, went to Asphalt PlantContinued .- -- w
r Infrared radiation at night hat !'Junior College The award was Dale Anderson and Sam Dam-
k..1tOtIo been developed It will even pro presented by Mr Wilma Medley. ron. They were presented by Mrs. ( front Page t I-A) Wednesday and Thursday
7-- duce sharp images i of weak infra. John Stokes '
red source Two $300 award for nursing The Stokes' Occupational Award members of the presentHe '
12.1 CU. FT. 732 P made press
were to Patsy Pence and of $450 went to Patsy Pence This added that such a disclosureand @
REG. $%69' ,
fO1finn Sue Weiss the
by Martin 1'Jlfj iC8Afl000fl10M
FashionetteBEAUTY County wa also presented by Mrs. Stokes. I detailed discussion of the new .
NOW ... 1UUU Tuberculosis and Health Association
SLEEVELESSTOPS The I la be facilities at the
it scholarship to I plant present time
:' Mrs. Marie McCullough awarded and the most prized : could be "mi. leadinll" to the ( -.. MAIURE1'IICNAfIflENNIE
SALON I presented the scholarships" was the Stokes four-year college I public I 1a(1 VICTOR

K elvillatorFrost.Free 605 COLORADO AVENUE Marcia Whitcside was awarded award of $1,000 each year for Bell stressed! again that the I '
STUART, FLORIDA a scholarship by the Martin Countl four year David Collier Duncan I purity of the waste water wouldbe .
Classroom Teachers Associa received the award from Mrs. I C"c..c-:
$3.98 carefully scrutinized before the
Open Mon. thru Sat. lion. Mrs Curt Schroeder was Stokes. David, who will study State Health Department would --- -.- -
II there to present the award medicine, is planning to use theaward permit the material to drain into
Refrigerator- 7:30: a.m. a 5:30: p.m. FRERE'SlIaternity'Vear The Hubert Wilbur Dewey scholarship I for his first four years of the canal. Friday and Saturday

MARIE WEH, Owner presented by Mrs John A. education at the University of Kindred again the
Freezer Huening, was awarded to I
Billy South Florida Ifl'a if001 NANNirreuou /
ANN ItURLBUT, Operator : Martin. commission withhold the permitfor
I After the presentation of awards, construction of the until
Phone 287.4999 1303 Ave., Fort Pierce A scholarship of $1000 was plant
13.6 CU. FT. 751 N Orange member of the senior class put the matter could be more fully investigated '
warded to Carroll Vaughan by I on a series of skit showing the .
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NoTm'L$26400Kelvinator Seta Sigma Phi sorority, Mrs Net- past and future of the Class of '64.
ion represented the sorority I in Orlando Wright, class president "These" thing are disturbing tome
3 Days Oilnt 3 Days presenting the award to Carroll. I gave the class gift of fibergla Kindred "Apparently the
Mrs. Benjamin Fulton Jr represented backboards to the school, I local Health Department doe not Syr, Ma".rsww"Ni,kiwrr wwuw 1
ONLY ONLY the Soroptimist Foundation and presented Meg Eno senior know what is going on out there or
have been misinformed. I believeif
in presenting the Citizenship I class president of 1965, with a key
sward to Pat Britton Mrs. Fulton this sort of matter was discussedmore
to "the joys, happiness and learning
30.IN.RANGE GREENE'S also presented April Willcke with of the senior year." fully with those interestedand EVERY CON IN THE WEST WHS OUT TO KM HIM!fr
involved a great deal of adverse -
I $50 bond athe Soroptimistaward Senior
RP 321 1IONDYTUESDAVEUNESlHV, JUNE: ht, 2nd, 3rd. sponsors were presented publicity could be eliminated. ,
a gift by Pam Axton on te
Judy Hunt received the Business I "Individual citizens do not wantto
$16"J14800! I -' of the seniors. ,
: : ,, and Professional Women's And now after twelve years of become involved in such matters e r N ti'"
Club scholarship presented by Mr. study the senior class faces graduation so they call the Izaak Wal
LiJa Mennlnger on Friday May 29. ton League. We then protest if AUDIEMURPHY eoLOn.PecatnsIOF st ,
General r.t. Kitty Kindred/ president of the High school is nearly behind we feel it is necessary, and then
Electric) Beta Club, presented the Beta them, a new life lies ahead.SCHOOL'S we get the blame for being against
Club scholarship of $100 to Eddie a project I repeat, if more infor

30IN. RANGE ; .I ; Sam Lowe.Damron was awarded the OUT FRID\Y1! with mation the and people discussion involved! were much held of! 4!

I32J Kiwanl Club scholarship, presented All students will he dismissed the adverse criticism and publicity r r1FBFATES" ,
REG. $199.95, e7QAA hy Edward Godlewski from school for summer vacation could probably be eliminated." taoerCOMETII

NOW.............-..* The $100 National Secretaries on Friday, May 29 County Commission Chairman '1iJWN" waaer
I '1. ". "I IJI Association scholarship, present Frank Wacha replied that the problems .
ed hy Mr. Virginia Vcarie, wentto LAST HIGH POINTS: OF ( of air and water pollution are {[TECHNICOLOR" t ". Mnmsn

General ; .' Judy Hunt ELECTION WEEK 1IFRE not problems to be solved by the
\, ". .:t j q Mrs. David DcBerry, representing It's all decided now-but the local Health Department;; but by Free! Beatle Photos-While They Last!
the Daughters of the American final election week in Martin Count the State Health Department. He
Portable TV19INCH { bB Revolution awarded theirS ty was enlivened by an airplane said) he felt sure the state would

:- ; J ,1". ..,} .... 12S scholarship to Ruth Ann Rice visit to the county by Mayor Rob investigate the mater of pollution Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
M ;:S'
Mr. Cornelius
Vanderveen, prevIdert ert King High last Thursday eve thoroughly before the permit was
\. { B.I"'J" of the Senior Woman's Club, fling, and the resignation of Mrs issued.
M204 ..... 4: presented a $175 award to Lynn Zola Swarthout from the Burns Kindred then asked the commission -
-.all9oo _. ... -. *' Wheeler for Indian River Junior Committee last Friday, High was. if it knew what type of D .0 IS !
College. greeted by about seventy person dredging and fill work was being .
J rJete,+t".e v The Junior Woman's Dub scholarship !- at Witham Field. done at Lighthouse Point Subdivision r
BIG 16x20 PORTRAIT went to Linda Feldmans. He said considerable work
The award) was presented by Mrs Half work) comes had been done and more is expected -
i Guy Cromwell. from coal and nearly a third from and added that he and if
KRAUSS Presented by Mr. Woodalt. the petroleum.SEYMOUR'S. some twenty.five complaining residents
of the area had been unableto
tll5re.s2OO 'II l .I ..
onlyGREENE'S find out what is going on and
what. change will. occur aroundthe
& CRANE INN shoreline
Commissioner Wacha told) Kin
dred the commission dW not know

INC. ...fl.rllotqrap' "...dnl, ,'W6U Wrapplll I.M C'lfl'r The Home of Good Food Mixed Drinks the"We nature establish of the a work.bulkhead. line. lti Kr MaiuMIJMlU' +

+ -k After that we have no authorityover '

905 8. DIXIE imY. STUART DRY Internal Improvement Board the
Army Corps of Engineer or Flood ""
71227 GOODS 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NIGHTS' Control District" Ha suggestedthat lul41 WAANII IANIW tlNl BW II
2 BLOCKS NORTH JENSEN BEACH CAUSEWAY the II Board and the Corpsbe Mar +.r w.M sea M Msi A.a M rw.wa,aF
OSCEOLA STREET, STUART DIAL AT 7-2W7 contacted: M to work planned
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McKendree-Shoaff Wedding I 12-Ib. CAPACITY 12lb. CAPACITY ',


At Tropical Farms Church j 5- 'WARKKANTY 115 or 220() VOLTS '
Miss Emma Jane McKendre, toed t the able( decorated withr.- ,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene chids by Mrs. Henry Spiller Sr 'I 2 LOAD SIZES AND Tl'U Escort Portable TV M504Y
Haddock of Golden Gate, became
Serving at the table were Mrs.
the !bride of Harvey Clyde Shoaff. !Leon McKendree and Mrs. Don W\-504. m-510* Front control easy to vt.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shoaff aid Hardy. Mrs Robert McKcn- :' .Fold-awayhandl..a lo carry

of 16 Hallarxlale in a double-ring, on Saturday ceremony, May at dree presided at the bride't book. I ONLY 26S88WASIIIK Daylight Blue picture easy to waktiFront
the Farms Oul-i- guests were from I mounted. speaker to hear
Tropical Baptist Church easy
Fort Pierce West Palm Beach
Rev. lewd Stanch, minister& of the Hallandale, Hollywood and Penn. I TUFSYN 3-T NYLON I
church, read the
marriage vowi before '
sylvan I 11111I' IR\I)K:
an altar centered: with four. 1
teen candle in front of a bank of For her going-away outfit, the i NOW 118IIMIIH
palms with floral bride was attired in a !light yellow I
of *hite pomponi and gladii l on linen suit and an orchid from her SAVE BUY 4COMPACTS CREDIT MANAGER'S SPECIAL !
each side. Mrs. Marine Clendenin corsage. For their wedding trip, -
the couple are touring Georgiaand > SIOCK/
sang 0 !Perfect Love" accompanied :: "
Florida.i c
on the piano by Mist i Jose The bride it a graduate .
Hogan of Martin County High School yW"J
and i ia now employed at the Hot .)
Given in marriage by her step Shoppe Restaurant on the Sunshine '+ ,, I ,
father, the bride wore a floor- Stale Parkway. The groomis .1t..tteo.. ... wcltsPECULroR
length gown of lace trimmed ny. with the Florida Highway Patrol v\\' txd, "
Ion tulle taffeta. The '
over scoop nerving on the Sunshine State e r tJ i ep ,
neckline and three-quarter length : w.41h1!
Parkway. FOUR FOR I I r
sleeves I encircled with
pearls SAVEI : ,
Jif #! I
and sequins. A pearl decorated II
tiara held her veil. She carried: '.DOIUSlz. $48' "" '4. .
District Junior Nylon AllWuthirTubtlest '.' r: '
a bouquet of white phaleonapsiiand 'jrP
May Holmes I orchids on awhile Tu, pint In tod 4"H lira I- .' atM't s s ,_+
ble. satin and lace covered Bi Women MetMembers WhitewaU.$2.60 moro .*eh e ," '4 ,.' Mr_! I ; y.''lstw,. /

Mrs Leon McKendree, li Itr II
in-law of the bride, served a* ler'l of the District 10 nW f;' ;
tron-of-honor and wore a dress of Junior Women's Clubs, held their I : f I I IIIIIIIIDA
white lace over aqua taffeta. She I' annual "Junior Day." Thursday t: '
wore a veiled aqua headpiece and May 21, at the Stuart Woman'* \ "J', I
carried a nO'oCJayf \\ cnrnalinns. I; Cltm.I SPECIAL FOR OLDER CARS '. r' I
Allen Antonini friend ofi I-Approximately ninety-five wornI tl
the bridegroom, served as best man. I I err from Boca Raton Dclray Beach, SAVE! r'.t'<
Ushers were Richard and Clyde Lantana, Lake Worth, West Palm .701 IS SIM *P '+
Shoutf, !brothers of the bridegroom. Beach, North Palm Beach, Boynton Nylon All-Weathtr 42 3 6 ( s s' J'lubt
The bride'i mother wore an Beach, Jupiter, Fort Pierce, -type tires "1j _m n iI ?
aqua crepe dress with white accessories Vero Beach, and Stuart were called piut tn and 4 id tlra .x. s
and wore an orchid corsage.: lo order ,by Mrs I Robert. Avers I Whltawull 92.OO moro aoh ':i I y + BEDROOM Dill COKDim fl

The bridegroom' mother wore I of Lantana, District 10 junior dl.1 ...:tv \. ,
gold lace dress with gold accessories rector. I .. ., v The Ideal balance

and an orchid corsage.A "Bee In Your Bonnet" was the Ida cooling and dehumidiflf .
reccl'Iionlira' held at the church I : Jr. y NO
theme for activities for the day. .a cation for sleeping comfort!
immediately following the wed Discussion leaders for the "buzz" I 'OI.f'J.J, .
ding. A thrce-tier wedding cake I sessions were, Miss Thomas Rawls a W Instant Installation. MONEYDOWN
bated by Mrs Ruby Duhrinj cen- I of West" Palm Beach: Matt youth I SPECIAL FOR '57-63 CARS r .sg '' 'bullt' -In side panels
conservation chairman, who discussed + Lightweight easy to handle
"Youth Conservation Mrs. FOUR FOR o.,"- '. t I F
; I SAVEI M _.m Quickly removed far storage
Sorority Plans Weldon B. Lewis of Fort Pierce, !
7.SOH4SIM Bedroom Quiet
state international affairs chairman 441
Informal Dance who discussed "Department I Nylon All-Wnthir 42

Epsilon Zeta Ritual of Jewels Development;" and Mrs Charles I Tubeless Tires scat u,ta4 4 tl< IIIHWhltevralla ONLY 29

Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will be Schooley III, in-coming president $2.OO more .aoh YOUR
of the West Palm Beach club; who
hostesses at an informal dance this I
lIr 30 at 8 p.m. atthe discussed "Orientation. I II IPresidents BEST
Pecan lalfo I 1 A "- "--11'-----1111-
Their guestswill from each club presented 9 5
be their husbands Xi GammaPhi brief reports on their club'1' I DELUXE
Exemplar Chapter members activities for the past year. BUY
and husbands Mrs. Wade Fugale of Tampa, I 119
The dance marks the close of stale junior vice director, presented SPECIAL LARGER CARS MODELS 95 115
the Beta Sigma Phi 1963-64 social a talk on "Sun land, the junior j I
season" Honor guests! will b, Ritual slate project FOUR FOR Rt'Cnil CORI1 AM 44 Only VOLTS
of Jewels members who are The devotional was given by I IMn. 1IIIlli( SAVEI Al I',VCIIMKNT: CADDY .
entering the Exemplar Chanter, Thomas Bruhn of Fort Pierce. I ( I.DO 11451,. $72
Mrs. Ronald, More, AIr,: Dick A special welcome was given by I tui Nylon All-Weithr
Granfield, Mrs. James Grossnickle, Mr. Guy Cromwell of the hostess Tub lisi lire tint In .ft' 4... liraiWbitwaUI ,r ,'
Mrs. Ed Hall and Airs Joe Hen club, and a response given by Mrs. I '
demon; Norris Saitsman! of Boynton Beach. $2.BO more .aoh .
------- Junior Dav committees were: l I ( I I Iit
programs Boca Raton; favors i .' it Cool) "Arctic"EASY
a)""'t''' 'is-7r., Lake Worth and

'it'i.1 c, Orations, Fort Pierce and Port TERMS JL'I
',1 Lucie; publicity, Mrs. Carl dec'j Pleat 8mnmtr luau I Gel
tires be for as ,little, as fl.tS Nut 1, .
A full set of can yours ,
.Jt! West Palm Beach; judges, W The Gl.M.M Tail DrralkMl17W .
Beach, Jupiter-Tequesta, Boynton weekly Portable Fan Fan
... 3-Speed
II : Members attending from the N. wen M MlltN/N* (Unit M :1I. /N 'Unit M to ,.."'IN. .IMIIM 1 794 LightQI 20' Suet $199L
to (M.d/for lit tntlf* IK. IK* Ini4 3 Speed 'II 2494
Junior Woman's Club of Stuart MM' tMITI MTt IIMI Ml SUAMHTlIt.lest''' .f.ell weight, Vinyl Coated Cover
were Mrs. Rod Adcrholdt, Mrs. in MrMIMtlll' m4 MMfllll' tot MfMI, W4 "Mmes' tl ." N- For Window.
1U J '. iiitAA; Boa fan ventilator Roortalls lolllrl"If" ,mare fun, toil fatiguing whrn yea sine
Larry Ankrum, Mrs. John Ball, Eo u ruAt rags can r.n auAim K '00"00"' .
< Mrs Robert Bennett Mrs. David :MOM. ,. Burkey Mrs Guy Cromwell Mrs. .Ins Mt M i.11.< eir.n M"....ana./..Ire. MCI"*M<.4 M Klfllt' tl.M Oftll t n"tar.' In el front huyl aid mar. A atand. M.l Volt AC "'0- I"I"lntt", cull spring center tar wn!h it ""Ic.,
Toley Engebretsen. Mrs. Don Gore tar, lc, .
& : ""M.r .
.L.f'.i. Mrs. Bill Hallaway. Mrs. Jack :i
!. .:. Hampton. Mrs. Ron Prekup, Mr*.
Earl D. Ricou, Mrs. Kelly Row-
"I've Gotta Pay n ell, and Mrs. Frank Zorn. + ",

$20,000 Claim and Rhode Island is miles ,
I Only Carry long thirty-seven miles wide, with I

400_ miles__ of_coastline.H NEW +
$5,000.00 Liability"It n _

CM bcppe and very otttt
does! In fact it could have been

$100,000.00 that'* why the difference
in cost it bargain. Itit _
i well worth the peace of mind j i Complete 6-plece Ensemble Ready To Fly

that goes with knowing you arc Big 3 i S ft. Datable! Itrmmml Cotton Inrtuiln. Cord lUlyaid and metal _
protected. Mag (In brilliant rad.-'ftlltant color mounting will bracket with 11(,....

IF ITS INSURANCE f L lf.. 8.!Ineh Anwrioii E.,l.ell K>f> ComplHM with Iltiulrttwl ,18n-.l
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4 A TIIT STLARt (Tin,) \FWS rhiirs lu\, Vuy !A, 196! I Ionic Course Favors Local Golfers

.t.x .; A I / 4 Stuart II Prizes

: Players Take

!* ; In Upper East Coast Field* DayMembers

ol the Lady jolters I even of twenty-three prizes Other pri/c.winners were: 1,I van ((5)). low gross; Jackie! Kh.!
A vciation of Martin County did I went to the Stuart (IS) players in First. flight Olive Barth (151.) low l ler IFP( ). low net: B Tern (Elm I

iluiisclveH proud Friday walk m compel lion with Fort Pierce (FP): gross; Etta DeSlefano (IS). low i! low putts; Bea Todt (S). longest i
ik off with practically half of the II Vero Beach (Vl): Melbourne (M) I net: Beryl Robertson (M). low I drive.
available Air Force Base PI. I I
pr.cs at Martin County and Patrick ( ) putts
Special : Joy .
( ,mill and the field Connie dlidden !
Country Club where the First prizes m went to Second flight:
I (FP), longest drive on No 18 hoi'
I East Coast Women' Henry (Pt) low Gerrie Krueger (S), ':
ppci Golf to: Betty grossVirginia : (SI.) low gross Alia Craves (V), nearest
i to
Association: held its field day with I Flynn (Vl) low net, Isabelle low net.Third. No. 5 hole. pin/
NA McPherson (S), low ((5)). on
M'I nly partieipants_.. I putts 1 flight: Ruby Bryant
; I --- ----- low gross: Nina King (S) and Jane IONS INSTALI, AT
O'Kelly (SI.) tied for low net
: Palm City Jensen Lions Fourth flight: Re Walker! (V),
low gross: : Betty Wolfram (Ph) low Lions Club was to held
net, Nancy Ooolsby (IV). low putts. | a ladies night upper and in51.111.1_
Retain Kids' Loop Leads Fifth flight: Jessie Highcc (IS). tion of officers at the Yacht Club

( I low gross: Martha Miller (V). low Restaurant, Port Salerno, at 7,10

Iii Pd H Culm City went on their merry I Ideal Sports 11/-( '. on Tuesday net Betty Snvdcr (Pt.) low putts | p.m. Wednesday, May 27

r s>, unbeaten way in the Junior League I May 19: Tri,Southern overran Nine hole players. Louise Dono RUBY BRYANTIoIS:
I list week, but Jensen Lions bufI'ered Dalv IS-I, on Wednesday; Daly
an upset in the Pony League edged! Flower Growers, 87, on'
y when they dropped their first gameof Thursday: Tri-Southern squeezed TWO GET 90 DAYSFOR Bryant was the winner ,lit t
the season to Paul's Standard past Ideal, 17.16, on Saturday, and SHOPLIFTING the $4.hole Louise Suggs handicap
G I though still retaining their loop Pauls knocked off previously unbeaten Two itinerant Negro laborers' tournament, completed at Martin
lead Jensen Lions, 9-8. on Sat- Walter McClain and Robert Biggs. County Golf and Country ( hTuesdiy
FIELD DVY PRIZE 111NERS&ctie of the prize winners. it Stuart; standing, Jane O'Kelly. Stuart: Beryl Robertson Melbourne: Palm C ity's record wan kept urday, received ninety-day jail terms from May 26. Jackie HariM I
Friday field day of the Upper East (oast Women s dull Associ. Nina King Stuart: Joy Ha/.ellon Fort Pierce; Gerrie Krueger and intact by the no-hit pitching of JUNIOR: STANDINGS Judge Harry F. Dyer in Municipal was runner-up. and Ruth Rhoaiie..

I lion played at Martin County Golf and Country ( lub .ire. kit Isubellc McPherson, both Stuart and Betty Wolfram Patrick AFB. Jones. whose shutout of Lion* (:Slay 25 Inclusive) Court Tuesday on charges of I !third, ,
to right: Mated. Olive Barth Etta: DcSlefano and ( onnfe Gladden. Mrs Bryant was also the winner of the 54-hole Louise Suggs Tournament I was a 14-0 affair on Monday W L T shoplifting radios from Neisners AJHtHES: FOOT GERM

all of Stuart, Betty Henry, Patrick, Rubv Bryant and Bea Focli. completed Tuesday, May 26 I In other Junior League games, Palm City .. J 0 0 Inc. Biggs received an extra thirty HOW 10 kILL IT.
I beat Kiwanis. days on a deferred sentence for
6and Hobo
.. .... I ions Rotary .. 3 1 I IN 3 DAYS II not ptoaud with itronf
-- ---- - --- - public intoxication.
tnn Port Salerno tied, II- Lions 4 2 0 I, T 4.L 1 liquid: four 48c back at any dratitra ,,
I I I Wednesday; Kiwanis beat I Also jailed for thirty days was W.lci. Infactad akin alouik oil
Seeks Financial Commercial St. I Hobe Sound 9-6, and Elks swamped Civitans Elks 4 3 3 3 0 1 1Kiwanis I William Dixon Little Dixie on lick Watch and he.ithy burnlnf akin Uri raplaaa antliaptlc It. N.tooth mora

Report onCitizens' Civitans, 21-1.1 on Friday, and .. 3 .5 0 charges of public intoxication Four ln> T.4.L FOOT POWDER ".
1 for awiaty t.t.ot/ .dnrl ,.
defendants were found guilty and i .t.y..U
Port Salerno 103on ,
Rotary nipped ,
Jensen HON Sound 2.5 I In tha akin for boun. NOW STUART
Zoning three cases, were continued .
Port Salerno 0 5 I -_ ..
Committee HereAs In the Pony League Palm City I
Tabled MondayA won their first by beating winless PONY STANDINGS
(May: 25 Inclusive) AIDS
W L T'
,of Wednesday morning, a financial othy Pierce during the first primary said it change of zoning on Commercial Jensen! Lions 3 t 0 .e .
statement had not been The certificate noted that the was strictly up to them" whether Street and Sunview RoadIn Issue UndecidedOn Pauls Standard 2 1 0 Acoustleoa and bn lhHearing

Citi/en Committee had not filed Jensen Beach via tabled Monday Tri-Southern .... 2 1 0
filed by the Martin County Citizen to take the matter to court. lie SVrvlee on all makes of instruments
'i Committee enumerating contributions a report( in which case it would be night by the Martin Counts Beer LicenseAfter Daly. .... .. 2 I 0 .
said it would be a good toclarify
in 99.161 : way Planning and Zoning Commission Flower Growers 2 2 0
and expenses incurred of Chapter ((9)) all election t rules and A \RP-MUV special program by
regu- until June 8,
of the election code, which Palm City I 2 0
during the first Democratic primary Male lotions, and all contributions madeto the third try, Ross Pittman Acuuslicon
election campaign J calls for the name, addresses and all candidate during the election A past "error" in zoning has .il. ''of Port Salerno still docsn know Ideal Sports 0 4 0
certificate requesting i report the amount of contributions made He added he felt certain the lowed two large lots on Sunvicw whether he qualities under county i [ Free hearing test In home or office
onAw : by individual members of a commiltee Road to remain zoned Commaciul -
would be able find regulations for a beer and
candidates organizations onnnittce to zoning Receive Spring Grl B..h.r.
i. The lots BatUrlM, cords, mulcts
are now DMritat
had enumerated contributions financial support and help in any wine permit to operate a restaurant
and expenses wan asked for 1 he committee backed the can court action taken against them. entirely by residences Com bar and dance hall in a build

and received by attorney Williams i did.lcy of John M MacArthur for Miller said, he doubted the com East merclal Coast Street Railroad from the its Florida ing at Port Salerno Sports Letters Aid Center
county commissioner, District 3, to intersection -
R Scott, representing County m tee knew it was required to report with Sunview The Martin County Commission
Commission i Chairman Frank Wacha. and Christian of District Kalb for I.county MacArthur commissioner Hi expenses and would probably Savannah Road is zoned Road residential near. passed a filial decision on the matter Seventy-three letters for five I 709 ORANGE AVENUE FORT PIERCE 461-3266
last week, The was Dean Took-
request be happy to do so to County Attorney '
but is less commercial. were awarded at a'
more or spring sports
wait defeated by incumbent Commissioner
made to County Court Clerk Dor-: Jack Saunderson, and Chapter 99-161 ((9)) of the stale The Zoning Board wants to I er at Us Tuesday meeting The banquet for Martin County Senior -

Kalh was defeated by mcnunhcntCommissioner 'election code requires 'each organization switch the Sunview lots to residential commission rules Jurisdiction only on over zoning the High athletes, held at Parker! '
ANNOUNCING Wacha. group or other committee requirements. Elementary School cafeteria on
and the Commercial
REOPENING if formed in support of a candidate issuance of a permit is !m the hands Thursday evening.. May 21. i
Just what legal action any Street area to Commercial 1 of the Slate Alcoholic I Beverage I STUART TRAVEL SERVICE Inc.
or party in any to Recipients were: i iI
will be taken has not been stated primary ,
The problem of zoning of the Commission. 1
JUIRFLAINE KENNELS to date Attorney Scott so far has file reports with the chairman or Bakethall-var&ily( ) Dick Bow.
been before the
John R. Motley, Mgr.'Boarding termed, the certificated only a first secretary certifying as to the correctness Zoning areas Board from time To date all parties have not I I man Bill Martin, David Duncan
'r mov," Wocha said he did not of each report, the contributions time to agreed on a measurement of Dan Kilbourne, Charles Hall, Dave
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Day "
i since 1959, but because of dis'l I' 209 W. OCEAN BLVD.
made and the addressesof l tance between the building
Month wlVl8\ Wtion would bo \< know calities of one kind or ,nother. the Davis Ronald Mallix, Allen l l
church. The
the contributors well the distance must
Conceivably( the Matter i as at ftJ'n .VWh flvVfiaViCP.u rittsd I Schommcr and J Bill Slathers; (JV) ... .
Ut Ifcd'1the "
expenditures and ID whom pniJ"Conviction IrfWU-foet to comply with regulations '" "'" "
: lo for decision wklt Lofbuck
Obedient. TrainingGrooming go tourt l any intention ot ail subsequent! F red Jette, Kenneth .
The distance i is measuredby
defendant., or defendants. p uba- on the violation ispunishable .Zoning Boards Tom Kenny Mike Crook, Franz TELEPHONE( 287-3121
luck of understanding by a maximum sentence the nearest publicly traveled
bly pleading a Uhl, Ralph Kramer, Arthur Speedy
5401 S. Federal Highnay of the law of Sloth ) or six months in jail Several residents from Jensen thoroughfare and Marty RehnbcrgBiseball .
o Fort Pierce Phone 464-3378 County Commissioner Edward 'I feel that the law has been Bench attended the meeting to -Kenneth Footc Gary

Miller. who campaigned. for Kalb, violated, and I intend to see that discuss the zoning, but a hitch Approve Trailers Little, Buck MaulJm, Larry Anderson -
: arose! when the depth of the
-- --- --- I new
I all election violations I brought to Zoning Commercial Street Wayne Collins, Rick Scam- i Martin County's Only Authorised
my attention are reported to the along I melt, Slathers, Lofb ck. Hall .
proper authorities," Wacha said. could ed. not be specifically desiyiat: For Inlet Farms Crook, Kilbourne and Bowman Travel
He added that the recent call1gaign Track-Clark Collins Dennis I
HOW MANYHIGH reached "the lowest level I Zoning Director Fred Bell told Re-zoning from Agriculture I Ito Comstock, Steven Menninger, Tin ,
known during the past eight'een i the group he planned to zone the Re'IJence-Trailers to allow mobile Newman, Russel Funk, Orville 1
years n" reaching i such a low Commercial Street area to a depth homes for retired people in Wright Mathers, Kramer, Rchn'
level", it appears that several election from I ISO to 200 feet but that he St. Lucie I Inlet Farms area was :' berg Miuldm Lofback Kenny
: laws nave been violated He could not say specifically j just approved with restrictions by the Scumnicll, Jette, Hall Davis and
where the depth line would be Martin County Commission Tuesday
did not say who was in violationof Speedy.
the election, code ri how I drawn Tennis!-(boys) Jerry Mcrklmg

Some of the property owners The request for the re-zoning er. Tom Rcdmgcr! Joe Tanner,
then' expressed fear their property was made by Fred G Johnston Ed Gifford Jan Icyda Joe So-
Now at BAILEY'S might be under two zoning The request had already been approved crest l. Tom Rouse and David Keller New Martin County Golf & Country Club
classifications if the lines were by the Martin County ; girls) Gail Goodburn, Dclor SF. LL'CIE' BOULEVARD Turn right just before crossing:
lilt NEWEST: Ot not specifically designated. Planning and Zoning Commission es Voss, Jane Raphel, Evelyn Harrison New Bridge to Beach
'SCHOOL NEW BOATS Another resident along the The 'ounty Commission approved Elaine Pike, Carolyn Dodge,
: street questioned the board on the the re-zoning for trailers Mary Lane and Patsy Pence NEW SUMMER RATES -
The "Imperial't"V" sale of alcoholic beverages in the granted Johnson screens the trailers dolf-(bo)s) Gary Hayden Kel-
newly I designated Commercial 1 trom residences to the south; ly Childs, Bill Pittman and Jette; COMPLETE Greens Fee
; GRADUATES Bottom IjipMralte Hull zoning He was told under the sets I deed restrictions; complies (girls) Lynn O'Kelly, Shirley Irons, 18.} IOLE COURSE $2.50
lull Double Bottom countywide Commercial zoning with cabana sizes!, and complies Sandra Dale, Lillie Mae King Rose
-ALSO- at planned for the area, alcoholic with sewage and water regula I Leighton! Frances Kotze and Betty . .. .. ...
I beverages could be sold. lions. Highec
The utI rlsto Craft" -- 18 Moles $5.00 f''

; THIS YEAR HARD TOP 'd love Up to More in 64' 9 Holes 3.110

Both Boat Available bi Inboard, MEMBERSHIP

a Outboard' and Inbowd-Outbourd Realtor Week Is Observed Hereprimary MEMBERSHIP: INITIATION FEE $I 00,00 1
SINGLE MEMBERSHIP' ._......_ 8000' )
"Move Up to More! in '64-A quaint the public with the services goal of the realtor under DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE: GOLF SHOP

"WEST BEND"OUIBOVRD Better Home Through a Realtor"has otfered by them. this code Is to keep the interestsof MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS

MOTORS been selected as the sloganfor I member"A realtor of the" he National explained Association 'is a I both the buyer and the seller BEN HARTIG PHONE

the 1964 Realtor Week, May of Real Estate Boards one of uppermost" in mind during a trans- PRO MANAGER 287- 2274

FINANCIAL 3Vi lo 80 IIP. 24-30, Ransom Tillon, president the largest professional and trade action .
of the Stuart Board of Realtors;, associations in the nation. To qual -
announced. ify for membership in NAKED a
BAILEYBOAT Realtors from this area j join I real estate broker must demonstrate
with the more than 7],000 others I his professional! ability, must 1964 COMET & MERCURYDEMONSTRATOR
Company throughout the nation in effort be approved by the other membersof
to emphasize the distinction between 1 the local board, and finally,
EXPERTSPAYING AIA Jensen Benin 287-09J6 realtors and just anyone in subscribe to the rigid code of eth
the real estate business and to ac- ics of the national association! The






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$9000 S, range 3' E.; $100. I Thursday May 28 1964 3-Aj

t WARRANTY DEEDS FILEDiTke Joseph Fearnley, Individually Gene T. Dyer to Arthur C.

and a* trustee. to John D, Bouv Hyelo Property in section 26, PLAQUE TO KINDRED,
.. Lot .57 US Park Ettatct. $1,900; township 39 s., range 42 E. $54- I FLOWERS TO WRIfERS

w '?" Ir..aa".n. rleutw 'Groves of Tlorhia Inc Property Robert H Lear Inc. to \\ftaley 600.I The iteering committee of thq
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i.l l a or ""?.I. from I P. Heilman Lot 14 Bahama Ter- L.
George Thompson to
.' r. I.ur. xi rln',1' ,rr xrd t"u in lection 1. 1 township 39 S.. range I Henry Commitee of I IX( meeting Tue$4
I T Me I.,, .' m "i", Irle of Iv 37 E. St54,25nFronk l race. 'section 4 *4.SIX\ ). Green and! Eileen Green, guardian I day morning honored! former;
"r till" III .,.. there I General Development Corpora .trustees of the Peter ,
I It i itlon I I-! rI'''''..IIn.l.i much F Kister )r. et al to Athx minor President Henry G. Kindred with
i ,,,,4..M.hlnom "r Iruatee- '. tion to Florida. Power and Light Henry Gnen I Lot I 13. block 41. a plaque in appreciation. of hil i
'" >n J Gibbs. lot \V 53, Sewalls II
r emiiiIii, 'n.r. where no Comp Properlin 18, Port Salerno $100( .
> section
; M! cban it.. I h."ct.. etajnpa Point Land Company Subdivision service*. It also decided! to tend(]
"I ei,,, a 1ft''IIr! minimum township 17 S. range 41 E. SU, Southern Till Research Company Martin County chrysanthemum*
., of lots 2. 3 and! 4 of Miles or I
11" r.\nlue! Tiler, ar* In.tano Hanson Grant SMOOO I 000 to Louise D. Lewi Lot 645. to member" of the Florida Out*,
m ore elalnpn nre placedI !
I i.trutnpnt than actual The "baud of f trustee of the International block. 28, Olympia Plat No.4. door Writers Association convene
151.I .,. ,.f ii ,tie,,,r,'r. but 1>0..1.t Stuart-Martin. I Inc to George t Brotherhood, Boilermaker 6900. at Port St. I LucIe June 5.7.
( t, II I'\ the. COIIIL'!r.illr,.'. offlreIIi1.a1Snip. "In Ape'slok'I"UILot 10 block I I. /" '. I Iron Ship Builders, ing
t I, I h, line el 11111cc amp. 'appear I ain lo River Point. $14.500. Blacksmith Forgers and' IMpiriloSl '\ American Venetian Corporationto
,1 .' ircn plaird that. 'Ih. tax Thomas M L>nch, Property\ in A new machine is now able t<|
St Stockton. lucie Setllimcnt I Inc.
0'li. n\ft\ The. Now. taku eon kton"l1rany Prop- government lot J. section \\. tounthip manufacture butter without churn.
*",,ibllitv for the Mtlmat- \\hatlt, Davit and : em in tracts I and 4. block 41
: 37 S. 41 C. $ (). and 11 aid to be satisfactory
r .OII
".I I lnluntlonPalm peatmA range !ins
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: Sots 1 through I 5. block 5, I tract t 8. block and tracts 5 and -. _
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t tr Beach (''rnpanv to J. of InJuntown, $16000 6. 1 block. 40 St I uric Inlet Farms 1OLRNVME.NTMay I
Bishop Davis Lot l IS. High Pe'intMl Cecil R Lv 'ms to Harry BDonli Subelixision' )75. I 1(55)( ) ) Lot I 1. block I, Gollvicw Robert 1 I. Tallin to Paul I). (: 1-Oel. 31))

Palm Beach Company to Au- $1(10( Combs. Lot + af t rin K... Nicholson I lot 18 HighPoint Harry B. Donlcto Alice Evans $7700. "Mirybohll," Captain 80b Scrilmher 13 lb.
Lot I I. block I I. (Ciolfvicw $100 Sxen F Noril 1 Herman 1.
Sri.500Hben ). t to DOLPHIN: Mack V Fancy. Eau Gallic "Gulfstream,"
Robert Kenneth E. Jacob Tract 2'. Patio Farm
C. Blackman. to Coral Hodipp to City
Von Jixirdan ... 43 lb.
ardent Construction Company, Raymond Las I I. 2 and 3, blockII $7000\ Captain
Inc I ot 18* and (he west! half of Northwooel $1000. Bernard A. SiUerman to Ray FLOUNDER: Fred C. Vanselow, Fort Pierce Sib. 5 oiSt .

: j lo 1 1X4) 'oral Gardens. plat 1 1. Gordon W. Sterling to David Dockum Inc. Block. T. I lots I and A TROUT: William H. Stevens. Sewalls Point 10 Ib. 4 oz.
MIX( n, Paine. trustee Property in l M 2 and block S. 1 lots 5 and 6. HobeHeights .'
Keach 1' lb.
SNOOK: Morris Schall Jensen >
I lu.dle Ct Iman to Dcuela O'Con- 28. H, \V IKsstv s Addition to the $H.IIIIO.UpdJ.e ).
nell I lots :3 and 2-1. part I, Sea: Town of Stuart. <5.VK( ). Partnership Inc t to Al BLACK BASS: R.I D. Futeh Lake. City Jensen Savannas 10 lb. 3 oz
ler Vie Terrace $1 I.21X1' William I. Aiello to Oliver C. coma Association I Inc Property\ BLUM ISM: S L Cole Fort Pierce 4 lb. 4 oz.

..,eztt, ,1rr1 a s.w Seagate ( onstruelion Corporation Bmncy Lot I I. Twin Rivers Subdivision in sections 5. IN md 7. township. BONITO: Mrs Cleotiagnc. (\ocoaltieh) Maobob
I\\illum, J J. Smith Lot II, $6.31111.Toomlt' ( 40 S.. range 'X K $ IXUpdike ( >,, "
I IIINSOV right Rio and the orange dessert which won her the third prize in the I I lighthouse' Poml tlX( ), M. I\neh to Ora IHoJgins. .. Pirincrsh,. Inc. to Al- Ill Captain Boh Scrimsher 18 Ib. 4 oz.
Dessert: Contest sponsored in this area by the Florida Power and Light Company and b\ Thomas J Dulson Jr lo Orange .. Property t) in I lot 9. block I com A\\o.'I.I"'n. Inc I Properly" TARPON Robert 1 \\ ilePort\ Salerno I Mlh
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utility companies in the state Mist Betty Ann Stewart. home economist for the : .
and Light Company looks. on. t

Orange Cake Brought : OCEANFRONT

/ Hinson Two Appliances


winner of the on color set aside Sift flour bolting very thick. Set aside to cool. Just andRIVERFRONT -
dessert contest! powder and salt \twice in sep. before spreading between cake I
in Winter Haven, arate bowl layers add the U cup of orange II I
J. Hinson, Rio i Cream margarine and sugar in iuice and the teaspoon of lemon'

4&F. Mrs Hinson won large mixing bowl, add beaten eggs, Juice. Beat until smooth now PROPERTIES
t, sponsored! by the vanilla lemon extract and dry spread between cake layers Use
and Light Com milk. Mix one minute at medium orange fluffy frosting to frost sides '
electric utilities in speed. Add orange juice and beat and top of cake (Before spreading I i

participated well Add flour baking powderand between layers, measure out I
Mrs. Hinson salt Beat at medium speed 4 tablespoons of orange filling. Set
range and as third until flour disappears. aside for garnishing top of cake.) I I THROUGHOUT MARTIN COUNTY

the state she was Measure by tablespoons into e e e ,

washer and your greased cake pan Bake. for Orange!: Fluffy FrO\tina-2 egg''
20 or 25 minutes or until light whites (unbeaten), 1 1'i' cups sugar
grand prize in a brown Let cakes cool in pans ta teaspoon cream of tartar, 1 tablespoon
sponsored by a Spread orange filling between layers white corn syrup.I''i .
and held at Kin. set aSide for frosting sides cup fresh orange[ juice (strained). f. C ,,/
years ago. and top later. Ib teaspoon yellow food coloring'
,j) a and I teaspoon vanilla. lr
her husband, and Si r'"? wee... .
I eleven have liv Orange Filling-I cup sugar, 5tablespoons Place all ingredients in top of dVot'.t... .,.... s
nine years coming corn starch, 1 tea double holler, over boiling water : :
S. C. spoon grated orange rind I 114 Beat with electric mixer at high 'ti't'jd;
't winning cake. cups orange juice (unstrained). 2 I speed for 5 minutes or until '
orange filling and egg yolks (save whites for frosting ture stands in peaks.. Spread fro\t.1 1 a
frosting was des I ). I. teaspoons yellow food ing on \top and sides of cake
culinary work of coloring. and 1 teaspoon fresh crs To garnish cake base and top : f
lemon juice. slice (unpeeled) oranges in thin
; : rsiike to sample Combine sugar corn starch and ,I. slices cut in half. Place cut halves (
i winning recipe: grated orange rind. Stir in one ((1)I) to the cake. Place one-half of a
Cake-I I cup or cup of orange juice (set aside remaining -I maraschino cherry on center of I
2 cups sugar. I U cup of orung juice each slice of orange Put two very Ii i
( ) 'l' cup,dry until later). Add beaten egg yolks{I small orange leaves between each r
I fresh orange juice and food coloring. Cook on high orange slice and an orange bloomon !
I teaspoon heat until mixture gets hot and the leaves if in season Take
3 cups cake flour, bubbles l' around edge of sauce pan. the 4 tablespoons of orange filling,
powder, and Turn to medium heat Stir all the I already measured' and set aside, 1l
time mixture is cooking. Continueto and spread about one inch wide in e n, 1 ,*>4f'i lot'' y
for baking at 350. cook and stir until mixture is a circle on top of cake I .1 dA T I IS

e pans eight or nine ------
bottom and sides

with ientl flour.at room New Mexico Alumni Reunion J .

eggs until lun- A

: *-:-"T't-:*- >-::VT-- .. Will Be Repeated Next YearThe

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: : :I l{: M :> r
: OF PIIOPKUTV first reunion of the alumni to the gathering in the form of a
; KOUXMHMJ of the University of New Mexico letter written by Ronny Nelson
: : : now living in Florida was held at president Fishing guides and informative .
from M. rldn Faat the Manatee Yacht Club Restaurant I literature on Martin >y
"ad Itlifl...t.\\ at' I 1
at 24 each visitor
I : lo In terme lieu of noon Sunday May County were given to '
: Host and hostess for the After the dinner slides covering ,

I 11. I.ok IIlr.et from Florida union were Mr. and Mrs re.1 I recent developments al the uni. Ili err
t .:net Co.ot n.llroad HlNhl'ot.'a Schmidt ('51 I and '52 versify were shown by Schmidt .
)' 10 "ntr.1 .Iv. This followed with infocoal .
of the university), assisted by was an
C Central Ave. from rah Street Stuart Chamber of Commerce I discussion of future plans. ,a r
to Church Htrnettx The group of twenty two, including The group agreed unanimously to
East A... from Ills Street alumni and their families, were hold another reunion in 1965 and _.e'
to 10Ib Street the location will be Martin
high in praise of the hospitality again
I. E. Rayon Ave. from Lake Street shown them in Martin County: County Plans call for a weekend ,
tll 10lh Street.I with the alumni dinner
The young children were entertained meeting
p', Curare Ave' from t.. a k.Street 0 with;: a picnic\ I lunch at the program scheduled for the evening
: to -in tllreel.a to allow for
Stuart Youth Center, supervised more extensivevisiting
; tiehama Ave from Tib by baby sitters, while their parents within the county.
Street to 10lh
I attended the dinner program.Including I ,
I IL S...... Ave from Lake in the gathering were RIGHT.oF.\U Y NEED i, n 4iS 1e.I.tff'-{ ,
10th Street.
I Street to Mr. and Mrs Joe Voile Jr, of ON I'OX BROWN ROAD 1 P I ,
I. Tarpon Avr, from 7th Street Merritt Island Mr. and Mrs. Robert .
to lath Street The Martin County Cornmis-
L Collins of Palatka, Mr and lion needs 200 feet of nght-of'
1 way
J. Church I'Ir..t from Cautr.1
A'0. to Tarpon Avo.I Mrs. Seth 'B. kittrell of Vero to pave Fox Brown Road, but it
Beach Mr and Mrs C Wane can't afford to buy the right-of.
I K.l.eke Ave., to Street S..u from Ave.Central Tucker of Titusville Mrs. Jean way Anyone want to come to
Pappalardo of North Palm Beach the aid of the commission with
!i L. Fifth Street from C..lorado Colonel and Mrs. Forsman f
Ave. to Akron Ave.It. 0 free right-of-way?
Maittand and the local hosts

V t Bout.var"Akron Ave to "'.1 t Mean I The extended Stuart Chamber a warm of welcome Commerce Tliis aerial view was taken from above St. Lucie Inlet, showing the south end of Ilutchinson tslancl. St.

C; N. Hunt C..U torn tl I.> Hlxh Ave. Hlreet.from 'ltt.b For Beauty Lucie Inlet jetty is in center foreground and the Atlantic in right foreground. It shows the bridges cross-

O. went redo .Iv.Hllth. Street to Culu. PUBLIC HEARING ing to Sewalls Point and Stuart. In the center is the Indian River and in the upper left background is the

J P. Channel Asa LITTLE MORTUARY! DIXIE AREA IN S St. Lucie )River. Where' else in all Florida will you find such waterways as these?

Q. Met''tierion Street.
The chance
of a colored undertaking -
:K. Vi..t Tth Street butwwnmate establishment in Little
Road Ave. f and California Dixie were revived on Monday Now abundant city water is assured for Sewalls Point

when City Commission instructed

.. Callfornla 7th street\and. between'Channel went Ave. City the Manager Planning Joe Crowder Advisory to Board consult : and Hutchinson Island. We have a number of attractive

T.' Thlo Interaction pro.-ram of Includee all abov.the in preparation to having City Attorney

work named I..,neceaeary r.... when to au.eomplut. B. resolution T. T. Oughterson' for draw upa ,, I investment and development listings both in those

file patina program.A raping a public

>D:TO ANT: OTHER THERfclNYou PERIIONII'TERJITEO hearing LtG\L: on the AOr.IITUIC"I\IT subject. !:!\ I! areas and elsewhere in growing Martin County.
and each are 'hereby
notified: that ..of'hc.u; Commlul I '<'Tit.II."fI. r<>* Slum X21I
of> the City of Htuart Klorl/ la. will OTh..r"b/ ,. clvrn that I
hold l % publichearlnv I at the ('Itr ...led Bid. will be received by the
il.alon Room at the City Hall. tfciard or County t'omrol..lon.ri of
In Mtuart, ilorlUa at 1'ed o'clockPM Martin <'ounty. Florida.' In thm of- ..;
on Tueeday, June U' ll>'., at floe, of the Clerk of Circuit Court That Is You. Established 1925 '
which time pee are Invited to appear at the eourthmiae In Hiuart rl- ..
and be heard a* to the propriety its up until, I 19 A.M June 1l 3.'I 4,
and advlaablllty or makingthe and opened aa won thereafter' e.
lmpror.mente of .paving or ,.- poealbie: for the fullowlncConetrurtloa : I

the pavln above wldenlnc I earned or r::,t lb.eurfeing plan. of 0b aoh raban
for which are on tII. In the Offirer at the eut end oi BrlUae ItoaO.:
0' the IIoy..nln" body the ('ltyI noDe Bound.Rneolflrellona. PelicanBeauty @ B. ARBOGAST QREAL
clerk at the City Hall In Bluart ASSOCIATES
} I torlJe. aa to the e...t thereof, aeIn may he obtained
., the manner f .payment th... at the office of the. Martin food I .
fir. and u to 11,. amount thereofto of !'ou""' commmirfoiiere. Salon
be aueimd against each property The Board of County Comrr.l.nl'
ao Improved rte "..".. tin cleat ** reject any. .
1 Th. d..M pilon of each propertyto a..d .11 bids. .
b. aaaeaeed and the amount to 1.....t....l this }.th. dar nf May, 1M. En.lap" Appointment ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTIES INSURANCE
.. .
b* aa u 4 to each piece/ or parcelof JlOA ItO tP n H NTT .
property may be ertaln-d at COMMIfttiiniNERM or *
,. the Offlc-e of the City Clerk of the : \ Myrtle dark Chin ScruM 281UW8'jdi (
/./ CALLIE McCRAKT, Cha'rm"Pub. I 215 OSCEOLA AT 7-WM
Clerk (PAt) I ,
to (Pub.1 Maill.; June .. IMi. .' Mar 15. JIUM t, 1IM. a


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28. 1964 the opportunity" to show what they answered I also reached the conclusion
6-A THE STUART (Flu> NEWS Tlwicdny, May
IMVw-WL., .n. .. --- can do.Mina. ;. that fIlth have very peculiar Three Miles i
Leckeoaod sixth grade apptiil>
r Did know which. it the I j rMftI
students wen' given that oppor- you
tunity ind exhibit*! Uttfr special" largest crater on the moon? Neither Are Cut OffThe
HOBE SOUND NEWS projects for the benefit of fellow did I until Linda Penick and

MRS! EVA CAMPBELL: Correspondent 546.9911 These" :stunts: i4 have and been friend collecting I : called Francine Clavius Desiderio, and told it 146 me miles It is State Road Department has" ,

wide So there, now know too. been asked to construct "nl7 I ,
......... ]I J ffl<.r dHa.u 4 preparing. and building for The advanced exhibit you miles of the Pratt & Whitney Road ;
this dhow for the pant two months presented I I
their combined effort had really by David Kutz and James Camp-! I from Slate Road 708 to the Palm ,
School Science Fair Had hill was on geometric solids It F. 1 _
produced a show worth seeing I I II Beach County line at an estimated! r
was completely beyond my poor
Bullfight anyone? Darlene I cost of $288.(XX) from the I %4'
small brain to absorb and I walked
had the tickets
of 65 Martin County sccondarv mud
Something Everything What i us the population of New away from this one with head funds
had noticed I II
York Slate Ask Michele I.anhachcr hung hoping none
Heigh Ho come to the fair erylhmg. from a simulated erupting she know. I my complete 'Ignorance I Mill do'' The announcement of the construction _
wen the cry at Hohe Sound l Elementary volcano in a goldfish! howl to I have always been in Ihe dnrk not know what a tctrahedon Is I change was made at the
School on last 1 Thursday I the head of an ant at viewed I about which kind of fishing equipment I Rebecca Arnold collected Items county hoard meeting Tuesday F e r. 9r ,
and Friday so we went through a microscope and a hand- one needs to catch any particular il of interest from Germany as did I The remaining J.2 miles of the
I Cheryl Holschcr on France This I Pratt & Whitney Road from State
I when I
We hall everything from a live painted scarf from Japan type of (fish. hut '
table contained especially Road 70S to Suite Road 76 (SI 10;
wiggling, hog-nosed snake. to a We never cease to he slightly! viewed the exhibit on fishing! equipment intere'lt-I' will he constructed with
German 000)) secondary -
initiative and b\ Terrv Muse and PaulBailv I ing newspaper
mallard duck with a while rabbit amu/cd at the mgc
road funds the 1965-M
I I had sOme ol ni\ questionsSFNORITAS 'azines from France. I II in 4 ..
thrown in for good measure ev nails ot kids when they are given Donna Forkncll collected fiscal year, or constructed with II!

I on the life and death of Ilem'l I county funds. if necessary
Kennedy. Highlights of this I The change was made when the
hibit, were a record of some State Road! Department in its recent -
speeches of our late President, anda i budget announcement listed
new Kennedy half-dollar, Ihe cost of the 10.4 miles of Pratt ,
Rohhie I Lynch told me some interesting I & Whitney Road at $4 19.JOO( and
things about ants Docs lopped off four other county projects -

anyone know what a honeypotant BI.AST OFH!-Taken in front of the missile and satellite project exhibited by Harold Pignato are,
is1The The eliminated the Schneider David Kutz and Pignato
projects by left to right: James Kraft Butch
q topper to the show came SRD for and
were surveys engineering -
T t I when Bobby Van Ettcn and Butch for the Port Salerno Ocean ------ --- -- --- --- ---

.c ) Schneider set a match to their Bridge at $50000Indian)() ; Avenue the "boy or girl in each program I freshments at the end of summer
miniature volcano They said It was from Slate Road to state Rood Reading Clnhs reads the most hooks The, I when prize. and certificates will
quite safe, but I have never been 76, at $20.)0() ) ): extension of West For Boys and Girls/ who with he awarded.
known for an overly trusting nature Farm Road to Stale Road 441. tit are also _planning_ .! party.- ------ -
HO I stepped hack, just incase $10000( find traffic islands from There will he two summer vacation -
I I hear via the grapevine in front of the Hohe Sound Post : reading clubs in Martin
that the whole side of Carroll Albert Vaughan
the mountain Office at $10.(000)()( County this )ellr. One will\ bribe
blew out the next day Oh
"The remaining 12: miles would Smokey Beir reading club and
well I guess lhals life, boys he much easier for us to build the other the 'World Fair .In / Scholarship Winner
Harold Pignaloi exhibit on missiles $1,000
have fundsto
I should we to use county Books" club
and satellites 'Included a model complete the project:' he declared All boys and girls who wish to
space capsule, should enroll between June I Carroll Albert Vaughan/ Jr was 'Civil Air Patrol during hi. ninth
I join
Miss Lcckeband tell., that
me 8 and Juno 13 at the Martin County presented with the ,l LOX) Reta tenth and eleventh >ear.. took part
the co-existence problem was neat- at of the award ut I in the speech class plays and the
Public Library or any Sigma Phi scholarship
shown with the exhibit on Spain made by Darlene Randall are, left to right; Rebecca one ly solved corner by of keeping the room the while snake the in PTA InstallsHobe regular stops of its bookmobile I Class Night! exercises; at the gym junior class play. Hu is a member De-

Arnold, Cheryl Holschcr Darlene Francine! Desidcrio, and their teacher Miss Ie;kchandHIE rabbit and duck were confined to Boys and girls. who join the Monday. Presentation was made of the Stuart Acacia Chapter,
._ .,I the. other.end. Sound Elementary School Smokey ('!luh will read and learn by Mrs Lucille Nelson, art teacher Molay
'I I Thank ,' 'Mm Lectennnd Parent Teacher Association met about camping, trees, birds, insects I at the school and a member of Carroll began his business career -
and student you; it was really, fun! Thursday evening May 21. in the and conservation Those who' Bela Sigma Phi. as a newsboy. !selling! The Stuart -
kt school cafeteria when new officers join Ihe Worlds Fair in Books" Carroll is the son of C. A. News He t i. now working at
Our' Fir-t; Aid Squad were installed by Mrs Edwin Das- will read about foreign countries, Vaughan! Sr of Stuart, and the the Lyric Theatre. He has also saved
sori, general supervisor of Martin science and industry late Mrs Vaughan During his toward his college education.
yMrJ Opens Blood_ Account County schools. It costs nothing to join. Each high school career he participated -I He has been accepted by the
Aid Delmar Vecch who has !served! member m presented with a read- actively in basketball and baseball University of Florida at Gainesvilleand
Sound is
Hob Mrst the Squad of as president for the past two years, ing record card Each club mem- was awarded the moth and will begin his studies there in
I. proud Kobe to Sound announce account in opening the West will! be replaced by Pete Hand. I her who reads ten or more books science awards during his ninth I the fall. He plans to take a course

I I I a Palm Beach Blood Bank. Mrs. Ruth Shepard \10'8named is presented with a certificate All and tenth years, was active in the in aeronautical engineering
vice president, Mrs Norma Scham- club members may check out club
total of
I have
We a
gtr pints of now blood in the account, mg, !secretary! and Mrs, Geneva books from the library and take I narrrrrr..rrat.raa.ryr FREE BOOKLET ABOUT
them home
r d W Randall, who Foster, treasurerPRFSBYTtRIAN II
thanks to Roy
t As.
T 'I The Martin County Library ;
has donated two pints, and Kenneth I
CHURCHlOEWFRIAINtOMMIFIFl socnition, which is i co-oporatmg Sparkling 1
I Richard Sands Richard
Huggins Ronald : In this project, will give prizes to I
Steele Carl Porter,
I r-'rr-vwr 1r
Wilder and Jack Carpenter each Hobe Sound Community Presbyterian I ------ --- I [ 8

r ;s I of whom has donated one pint. Church will be host to Nine Trustees for the Hob .J II
I This blood will be available to the stewardship committee of the I Sound Civic Association were appointed -
L anyone needing i It: In the' HoheSound Synod of Florida, on Wednesday I by the Martin County I I
area, and all those who can June 3The Commission Tuesday They are: I FLORIDA-AND'ITS''
give blood are urged to do so at synod is the governing, body I I Don Barkheimcr. Frederic Hindle. l.o."SOOI'I.' ..e H..hl t I
Ira their earliest convenience. This churches in I Robert Robert Marchione. /, .. ....lIy .....1.1I A
for all Presbyterian ....,
x ,f would enable us to build up an the entire Slate of Florida. E J. Arnold Harry W Gaylor I ."W.ld.F.r ,.w.1a rl.Iw 0'whlf'.....nl hi, S! I
ample supply quickly so that it the Dr. Luther A Davis Rose A hN N eNl
will be served by
s'j Dinner !! as
e :I will be available in time of need. women of the church Gayler and Clifford B. Wilder a. te r Cloarwittf Chamber .( Ctntmtrct, Ctarwattr, ".rI te r yt
y l
,I If t1tOn give blood please
co one of the .followingI \ ,
l II I committee members, who Will alllO
he the onlv ones authorized to release
LAM (1F'IIIR I RISING SUN.-The exhibit on Japan wan by Georgcanne Shepard and Sally the blood when it is needed g"w

MacArthur, The girls, from left to right, are Donna Torkncll, Ann Beard, Goorgcanne and Sully I : Jack R. Carpenter chairman,
or Roy W Randall and Carl Porter yt 01 ? 9yp
I co-chairmen
I I There are certain diseases that
I prohibit the acceptance of blood,
Examples are asthma malaria
rheumatic fever There are also
some conditions of present health
II which will prohibit the taking of
blood such as local Infections, per.
J';, sistent allergies, and having undergone
1 s major surgery within the
j past three months
To avoid the trip to the blood
hank when any prohibitive conditions
j may he present, one may
r call Jack Carpenter who. holds a
I complete list,
It mav be someone clew* to you
rI an accident, a serious illness, an
emergency in which the giving of
I I I blood will buy hack a life almost

gone Wont you call Jack today
and see if you can contribute? It
Is a good feeling know you have
%w helped lave a life

t look now folks but there
sore jj 1.1.j l is a new citizen In our rank.
,. :, j5IM :. Congratulations to John and
Dons who became
j AROUND TilE \\OR1I with their pets go, left to right: Linda Penick and Ruth Britton holdinga of a brand new baby boy at parent 9:43
couple of friend from Ruth exhibit on animals Michele Lauhacher hold an item from Ann lust Thursday evening. Master

Beard excellent exhibit on the solar system Sander Reginald La"en10'11 due

--- --- home, with mother in tow, on or In Ford
about Wednesday of this week. Mustang leads the stampede the big Ford started. This has been the hottest sales year

PF.RSONAr-- Division history. We have =a winner in.the Super Torque Ford, a car so well built, so predictably

We extend our deepest' sympathy tough, that competitlon-modified Fords took eleven ol the last twelve NASCAR 500-mile races.
to Rev, and Mrs. Charles O,
that's off like :
Bennett, who have just returned Ford sales are up 17* this year.We have a luxury car taken a skyrocket

r from Boston, where they attendedthe Thunderbird, with sales up 684. Falcon Is selling almost as many cars as Valiant and Chevy II
funeral of Mrs Bennett's father
Rev Bennett Is pastor of the combined. Fairlane continues to be a favorite in its own field Now comes Hustan: .

IiW4 Southern Sound Methodist. Chapel\ ofHobe turning the trend to Ford into a downright stampede. Mustang, TIT' Tom >.,,oa..e.

Mr and Mrs, Cliff Burr have by any measure of sales or excitement, is the most successful Dew fOil A cu"

left Hobe their Sound home and on!Arrance will be spending Drivein car ever introduced In America-ever. When you see a stampede, FORD

I. the in summer New Haml"'hire.I at the Woodburyresort it makes sense to find out what started It.That's somethingonly

tell about. atw.o.r.w.r.stw.r...ts.w.ahe"L
3t. and Mrs. Fred Fairchild your Ford Dealer can you

t. I I of Fairchild Lane are visiting relatives -
I mV iltoit and Danbury.

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fI Mr and Mrs Charles Gerhard r
r I of Fairchild Lane are spending
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Bridge Road, Holy Sound
SNAKE LOVFRS-The boys displaying items from the snake project exhibited I by James Kraft are

kft to right Robert Lynch James Campbell, Terry Muse, Paul (July; front Bobhy Van Ellen, 546-5191 ..... tea/aiatraRwaLTEasiY/NaatC/ITWAIATTt1t eaaaleKAONO/M"I110e0Ratr11a4a,1RMTetatYOar.al/Al, .

Tf1E STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday, May 28, 1964, 7-A
Way OpenedFor
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South County A A 9 A 1l. 9 P.M.


I rhi tint hurdle toward t the

i-onstriMion of a hide-a-way estatr CENTER DISCOUNT STORES SU'IillYI9n" : !

t 'i''niptie| with Arabian horo, ....,.,..
; r 'ihls 9 i\."!. 6 P.M.
was made Monday' night when theM
,1 i r i i it (',ninny planning and
r Zoning l ommmion approved rezoning -
\\.1 nn area north of Hobe

The last. hurdle was made Tut-
da> 'morning when the Martin 1
Counlomnmsion approved! (the
action ot the Zoning (Commission
The toning "board voted to

change the ronlng from Interimto
s Elates I for an area nbntit one
mile north ot the Grant Chamberlain -
Flower Farm "between Slate ,
Road AlA I and the IntracoastilNaler *LE

I \, \\as I arse ;"

t The request for the change was I
".N made by Pierce Mangunan of Fort
r Mudcrdale Mangunan attorney I
Bryan Dushcll had discussed the :

horse mission; (arm. but twice it took with a meeting the cow-of : Package of 100 EXTRA DEEP PAPER 31/2 Quart Polyfoam

: Dushell Planning and Zoning Director I
I94 I Fred Bell and! the board'
attorney! Dean Tooker before a I BUCKET

suitable zoning classification could .rPLATES d
be agreed on.hlanguriun i
I plans to build / 8
ble guest house burn, and! aSia-I I
I' nal at an approximate cost! o f Just the thing! for that

$100.(MM). He plans to raise Arabian t. Memorial Day picnicor ..s.sI
I horses and! to sell! them from I II I(
I lime to t tune in a selective way." I II 1 hack yard hurhquc. t tt

I He terms the estate transitory," Wonderful) for '
I As the area grows the estate will I II ,
4l/iJI I be turned into apartments and 1O ? )'day' home use, too ; ,
residences he said I II /ti
PEPSI.COLA Thomas H Thurlow Jr'Iho' i So inexpensive and

I attended the meeting asked the saves washing dishes. .

.( I hoard what plans the "board has I r "' "
for zoning between the horse farm 1 + r Compare at $1.00

and the north Hole Sound limits
-PripIlpJI6 Joseph Grecnlecs, chairman of (IIghfwrhthf, di ruble mil attraitlve lie rtiukd
I the zoning board!, told! hurlow I with molded h,see lid to hold drinks, tic.' Highly

.. 7 that County Commissioner Jack Sturd\ 8" plates arc rrrKlrnt (mnlallon extremely HKhl"el|>ht.
Saunderson ban appointed( a com-
) C mittee to prepare a report and
odorless and] grease! resistnnt .
.. '
'...... '. '-" master plan for the area between
the horse farm and the developedarea
THIS GROUP selected more winners in the area Pepsi I Cola contest t, with a drawing at Stuart City of hobo Sound, Grceniees Extra depth

Hall Monday morning.. Shown are Representative William E Owens, Mdyor Raymond M. Cooke. suggested that hurlow and ('ompurefor

Miss Karen Broome and Frank Frazier Jr. secretary-treasurcr of the Pepsi! Cola Bottling Company ers who might he interested oth'l greater! capacity. 1 ut 49c
of West Palm Beach. tact Suundcrson

; x...'..... r. ar'rrr,
| Ceremony Monday at City Tall Stuart

; OBITUARIES_ ... I of 100 7 COLD CUPS 96c
Contest HeldStuart m i. m 0* *< a" ladle Package -oz. .
\Pepsi Drawing's '

{ MAJOR has AIBrRI been received MtCUIIEYWord .hereof 24-inch "KAMKAP" 17 QUART ICE CHESTFOLDING

I was a focal point Mon. and the lucky winners came from Wherever Pepsi is sold, persons the death on Saturday, May 21, I

fday in the fabulous Pepsi-Cola a very large barrel of entries. may obtain entry blanks for the of retired Major in Albert Sherword Mctulley Forest U.S., N." GRILL
Frazier whose has been final week of the tremendous
lt,850,000f)0)( nation-wide con. family contest C. Major McCullcy with his \\ ife.Hildur .
I test, and a number of local celebrities identified with Stuart and environs All winners! in this five-coun
J. (Sunnv) MtCulley. hud AM New TRIG.A.MATICharhequc
for several laid Fraricr !said thesis .
participated in a special cere- generations ty area covering been residents of Oriole Avenue
loony in the City Hall at which he was most grateful for the cooperation weeks. will he eligible for par.ticipation Stuart 1951. folds compactly
winner for the fifth week were of Mayor Cooke Representative in the national, contest since '
drawn Owens and the lovely'Miss I which offers some amazing pri/cs. Burial was in Arlington Cemetery for picnic or travel Grid xl

Mayor Ray Cooke wan joinedin Stuart," Karen Broome.' Full information' about the contest' Wednesday morning. slides forward to facilitate.JI II :, "
here i iIs *1 ;
'' each of whom took part in the I it! provided at outlets Pepsi
the try Representative '
MRS. CARMKN S. LISK charcoal FamKainKap .
William C. Owens and Karen Monday drawing here. \ available I adding ;

Broome 1964 "Miss Stuart," and Mrs Carmen S. Risk sixty-five, I sturdiness
Frank Frazier Jr., West Palm of 101 I Cornell Street. Palm City.
Beach secretary-treasurer of the Parade of Yachts ContinuesAt died at her home Monday morn- : l.Iallh..lllht/
fortyfour-year-old Pepsi-Cola Bottling ing, May 25 after an extended ill I
Works which serves Martin nuns She "'8a native of Lisbon, pldyfnam
and four other lower east coast Marina of the EvinrudesThirty Fla, and had! been u resident here IIlt'Mllm17"xll"a9U"

counties, furnishing dome 2,800 for the past thirty-four yean, Mrs I
outlets with Pe !li-Cola. yachts with their owners I Too" E. Whitt MacDowell, lake 1.isk was director of Martin County 1'IIIIIIIy ..ealydcmeq

One of the largest! projects in berthed at Langford Marina this Worth: Rainbow," H F Neth- Welfare for twelve years She molded
the history of American business, j past week, with twenty from Flor- ken North Palm Beach; Baleen," was a member of the Bible Union IwnAle grips.
the Pepsi-Cola contest is 'nearing ida. Captain Gene Williams, Hob Congregational Church of Palm

:the end. of the six-weeks run The Yachts and owners from FlorIda Sound, Third Moon," George S City I
Monday drawing here was for the included, "lladisway III," Rob Shaw, Indialantic: Survivors are four sons: John
fifth week, according to Frazier, ert S Mikesell Fort Lauderdale; "Turquoise," William H Maxon Tucker of Miami I orrcst Tuckerof I
Broadbill IV," W. J. Nance, Pompano Tampa, "Marion) Jane" Ernest Los Angeles, James. M Tucker I Men's Washable Cotton MIJN'S ASSORTED; STYI.tt
Beach; "Maruva," R. S. Edwards Ripley, Lake Worth, D-I.." Ira of Miami Springs! and I I'dward W, I|'
Nokomis "ScallOn ." Rob Beach "Mana Brown of Rhode Island; one daugh-I
; Merchant. Delray ;
Group ert B. Wasmus! Fort Lauderdale; lee" T. F. Wo olverton. Ponta Ve- ter, Mrs. C. W Co/art of T'ler.1 WALKING I SHORTS'SWIM
lex four sisters, Mrs. H.
W C :
"Dottie Jean
"Almardon, A. Owlcr Boca dra Beach,
From CAP Goes Raton; "Marl-B William H Whclcn, Jacksonville; "Jackpot;." Catkins Mrs Fred, Mrs.Dcno Walter of Miami Mitchell, and and I Expertly styled ,, wh
L Borland. Jacksonville
Chambers, Boca Raton "Prima Dr James
; Mrs. Fred Ormond of Stuart one ored shorts in colorful
Bill II, William ; a
Donna John R. Sheppard Jr., ; Boy ri
To ConferenceStuart Deerfield; "Lorelei," Karl Rcu- Beury, Eau Gallie. ville brother, Dan, Silva of mid JoIek\On.11 several I assortment of plaids and TRUNKS
ther, Sarasota; "Bee-Jay," H. Cl Yachts and owner from out of ; nine grandchildren '
squadron of the Civil Meyer. Fort Lauderdale; Tld-Bit state incl ded"Jdmie," R. C. Fray-; nieces and nephews. / solids Choice of adjusta
Air Patrol will be represented at funeral services will be held in .4:9.liji: '
W. Va., ChIco.R. hIe waist belt
Huntington, loop
er or
the 1964 Southeastern Regional USUAL ADS :wrIaItsIIc5T"' C. Mont Gomcrvillc, Johns Funeral Home Chapel on snap Popular boxers, fly front, tortex! and

conference at the Diplomat Hotel, MI1KR OP Kilt:HI KKMl.K MTIIH Pa. "Vivian Hopkins," Sa* Epstien" New Thursday at II am with Rev.Walter styles Beach Boy ttylt In assorted. l colons
Hollywood, June 4-7. tinwrt.nadir rtrp<) oi up Mr a'I.OHIDA M UITIi\. Brunswick; N. J.; "Sun Again. C Giershach, pastor of Bible (33 / and pattern, Complete range of
Attending from here will be .r. j. HOKDKK nmrmn. > R. H. Gibson, ranford.. N. J., Union Congregational Churchof mtn'n xl/ef
Lieutenant John Strong Lieutenant Toll, INC. corporation.1'lAlntlff l i iX 'Miss Susan" L. S. Hollman, Palm City, officiating. Friends
C, F. Sipos, Warrant Officer Kitcheher, Ontario, Canada ; may call at the Funeral Home
Paul Kohler and Warrant Officer "FACTt1RF.nll' HFR-: William H. Peck- Chapel from 7 to 9 Wednesday
H'EM, INC.: a FlnrliU corporation "Slormer os
B. L, Strong. ham, While Plains, N. Y.; evening Burial will be in Fern s
More than 900 CAP members IWnicliintPy Mill 1
vlHu of a Writ of Fxrcutlon 'Diamond H;' M A Henry, Cemetery. y'
are expected at the conference.Guaranteed In my handa '..u.d out or the Circuit York N. Y. 'Hoblyn III."
New :
O.i ii r I In a .ult of M J. KoodcrTxntrlhiuori NEILS PETER NIELSEN : .
I Inc. a corporation H. W. Anderson, Morehead City, .
acalniit Inc. a Florida Manufatlunira'corporation(Wvlron duly I N. C; "Fanny Bee," A. E. Brough-"" Neils Peter Nielsen, eighty-sev- ,
ttntrd on February 11. 1104, thaJudcmont ton Glen Falls, N. Y.; and "Sin- en, a resident of Sixth Street, Port I
Rug CleaningCall "Si'.' I..u.11 l on brlna whlih ronlrd.aalrf I r>In c>utl th Circuit Court I.l-n Hook I h... Beach nursing horn. Sunday morn I
Invlril 1 on all rlvlit f tltla and !lmw. APPLICATIONS FOR ing, May 24, after an extended
eat of the aairt Manufacturrra' Hrr I _
91..... Inn. a Florida aorporatlnn MARRIAGE LICENSES illnc s. He was a native of Denmark I
In bad fit tho fnllowlnC. drarribrd and had been a resident of I I
WARREN'SAT prntxrtIntatfd In Martin Count, Georg Coffman to Cathy Na '
tlorlda ta wltt omi Carney, both of Port Salerno Port Salerno for the past twelve ]Men's Goodyear CANVAS
He wat a veteran of the |
7-1755 Lot I. ID, U, 1< of Block 114 years. \VomenZORISChildren's
of UnMvn Udea aubfllvlnlonaicnrdlnir CASFS FILF.IIYr Spanish American War, serving '
to tin Plat thrrrnf on the USS Wabash.
filed March (. bale moor d.'d In CIRCUIT COURT I CASUALS
Mat Hook It, pnira 41, rolmBoarh Ha I it survived by one niece,
GA STORAGE a.A .County, Florida Publlarecord I ( ChiMer)) Mrs. Carl Trowsdorf of Herberts-
I Federal National Mortgage Association ville, N. J.Funeral r
WAREHOUSE Notlre I. h.r.hy I".n that onwrdnnday vs. Ronald B. Killette, I .
tha 94th Jun"1t1.4 I service' were conducted
:S at, mortgage foreclosure; Ougbterson I
bolw..n the hour. toad et in Johns Funeral Home Chapel
,M. and PM at It:10 A.M, on and Oughtrrson.IH.tl .
Storage by the tha laid day: at lha front door of Tuesday at 11 a,m. with Rev. Diir-
the lorUn County Court H,..... 1 AIISHITUKMKSTiV : "' ward H. Knight, pastor of Port I rr
.. i v
will .II all right, tit. and Intor.tit
9 Day Week fir tha laid M.nufartur.r.' MttrIcaa TIIK CO I'STV Jl IMiffn, 01'111' Salerno Southern Methodist I t I
t .th.a >lorld corporationIn I. II. i 1 It rofi NtHTIV' 4IIIMT Church, officiating. Burial was In
and to annva
Year prop- fKIHIIItOTUR
Month arty at Puhlla Auction to th. hlh IS "K"U'T So. 1017Pr Pine Rest Cemetery in Port Sa
tit blddir for cant, to aatlafr aalriaxopulian R RRaATR lerno.
USED FURNITURE and all _I.. np'
": my hand and MatIhla .1I ( a
APPLIANCES 'jlh"n.day of Mar, I'll: I )1. J'oo<-....rA. HAROLD BYNOV : Florida'* favorite Genuine Goodyear
,if r A All rr."Ilor. nf in. ."..t.. nl M. family fun rllltl'Q DeluxeStyling.
Pub. Mar 11. Juna 4. ll. II./" 4Enioy f. N..m.n. d-........, ar. h..b' Harold C Bynon seventy-sev Florida's
I notlflad and r""nulr..d to flla anrRlnlno en, a resident of St. Luc;. Crescent wear for ,,r.1
r dotnanda which' "mar favorite feel! i .
/ the Summer Season :: .;*ln.t anti. aatata. I la hi nf. Stuart was pronounced dead
I tha Count,? .Iud., moo on arrival a I Martin Memorial Si/cs 6 to 12.
I With a New "Do" from I tin:UIO"lt".I Ce :da"'I U1", wltMnintha Hospital Saturday afternoon May
tit, I/1 ralonnar ", from the 23. H. was a member of the Baptist .
8 dM hr flat I Ih thilnotl / Church member of the
PARK PLAZA r.t Karh rlalm op Id.3t.:: a ,
In wntlnr and mutt atata 'II. Veterans of Foreign Wan and I
plan .r rnldton .../ pert afflcaidmi Harold John Pott American Legion blue
BEAUTY ... af the claimant an4 marha Aworted Callllra Tan, brow or
aworn to by tha' claimant I hliurrnt of Stuart I textured

J17 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2UI$ $coma,void or hla.ccord attornay.*":- *..ar law.III. BMW Graveiide services were conducted 'I Still al IM price whY barer rubber
11 IRRVB KBWMAX,. In Fera Hill Memorial at J'p.nt. we nude famous} spring
Rev. Forest WatklnapaMor
of M U. III."", "". dcaaaadCRAItT by -
CHART CHART of the First Baptist
Wm F CraryAttarnaya
: f..r tha Admlnlatfatrl, Church of Stuart John Funeral
__ iRECErnONISTj BETTY HARDWICK ..t the ...Iat. ..r Home was in charge of arrange-
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THE STIART (Fta.)_NF\VS'. ; ,_ _____ Thursday _May 28,_W4_ I I /tr 1

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Revival Is Set RIO BAPILSf
At Port SalernoRevival The Prayer and Bible Studs
Hour will be held Wednesday at
services are to be held I 7:45: p.m., with the pastor leading
nightly beginning Monday JuneI the congregation In a study of I
I at the First Baptist Church of Corinthians 15 which deals with
Port Salerno the doctrine of the resurrection ,, s Na

Port Salerno Is the 'old stomp- Choir practice is at 8.10:
Preparation day for the Vaca
4' lion Bible School will be held Saturday as.a
from 2 to 4 p.m. The boys
and girls will register and take pan
in !scheduled! activities. Refreshments :
Ifl'I:44i : and ice cream will be >w\ 1 1s -
ed. A car caravan will parade
through Rio and Jensen Beach.

Vacation Bible School will be I 3 n
held for two weeks during Juiu
1 to 12. The school will be held ,

i to Monday through Friday from 8tu:
I to 11.30: am. All children trom I
four to sixteen years old living
I, in North Stuart Rio, and Jensen

44P i Beach are invited to attend
Sunday school begins at 94:
a.m. with a class ol Bible studs; ti
for every age group. The morning t
I :
P a w worship service is at I II L Tram
ing Union begins at 6:30 p.m. the ItitwialMr
.war I evening worship service I isal 7'4<
A nursery is provided for inlants i/ .
4 I during all services
,. REV, ODELL DELOACH Florida Synod to / r

ing ground" for the Evangelist, Meet June 8-11
Rev. Odell DeLouch. He has attended .I ,
the Baptist Seminary at According to the Rev Malcolm : ; .,< ',' '.. ?
Lakeland for the past four years. Harris of the First Presbyterian> f \
TARPON TIME-Robert L. Wiley, left, needs the help of Stuart The church and Pastor Rev. Church here, the forty-fourth annual -
Vice Mayor Bill Todt to display this 113-pound sevcnty-two-inch Grover Taylor Invite the publicto session of the Synod of Florida
tarpon caught by Wiley lust Friday off Rocky Point near Port attend. of the United Presbyterian
Salerno. Wiley said it look two hours to finally get the big fish Church will be held June 8-11! I in
into his bout He caught the tarpon on twenty-five-pound test line FIRST MUHODISr: Daytona Beach.
Stuart The host church will be the Riverside

Wednesday' May 27: the chancel Presbyterian Church. Business THE HOME OF GOOD GULF SERVICE
Stuart Witnesses SALERNO SOUTHERN choir will rehearse at 7.30: sessions will be held at the
MLIIIOUlsr Coquina Hotel, Ormond Beach.
Going to OrlandoFrank p.m.Thursday This will be the first 1
The pastor Rev Durward H May 28: MethooihtMen' delegated
Maitoza, presiding minhter Knight Jr., will speak on "The Re- "Ladies' Night" is scheduled !! session of the synod with 107 voting
of turn of the Lord Jesus Christ" for 6:30: pm. The speaker commissioners representing the
of the local congregation ; .
Jehovah's Witnesses announcedthat at the 9:30: a.m. worship service will be Representative William E. four Presbyteries.include the commissioners "ANDY"PITTMAN'S
fifty-four clergy
Sunday. Owens. I
Orlando has been selected and
as the site for the next witness gath Sunday school starts at 10:45: Friday, May 29: the junior choir fifty-three laymen
ering. and is under the direction of Win- will rehearse at 3:30: p.m Everyone I FIRST B1PIIST
The three-day assembly, JuneS ston Woodson. Is invited to the Methodist Stuart SERVICE STATIONOpen
-l, at the Orlando Municipal f: Epworth League Fellowshipswill Kindergarten graduation on May
Auditorium, will represent the be held this Sunday evening 29 at 7 pm. Refreshments will On Wednesday evening at 6
summer gathering of seventeen congregations beginning at 6:30: and there Is i follow. the Training Union council meeting
I of Florida Circuit No clans for each age group, Including Sunday May 31: the worship and covered dish supper will
t 8. Representatives from nil congregations adults services will be held! at 8:45: and be held in the church Fellowship
will attend. They will Evening worship !service commences II a.m. with the pastor, Rev. Hall. the midweek prayer service From
6:30 the Kwik Chek CenterAndy's
8:30 in
provide for their own needs! by each Sunday at 730.: The Waller D. Jessup, delivering the will be held at 7;30 in the church : a.m. to : p.m. Shopping
means! of volunteer service department pastor will bring a message on Church school will beginat sanctuary The chapel and chancel
Witnesses: front Stuart will Christian living for this Sunday. rioon: Junior i and Senior MYF choirs will rehearse at 8;15
share in this activity evening will begin at b:30: pm. Thursday morning at 7 the ,
Muitoza said, "a special featureof Payer services are held each Monday, June !: the men's prayer men's prayer meeting will be held .. '0 ," ', .. I

this assembly will be the free Wednesday night at 7:30.: The group will meet at 7 a.m. in the pastor's study. At 7.30Thursday : ', .. ..... .... ....... .
Service "" "': "
leader for Dependable
showing of a film entitled 'Pro Wednesday June 3, Tuesday, June 2: Joanna Circle morning the church will I' ;:
s claiming Everlasting Good New will be William Stunger be host to the high school seniors .,
will meet at 9:30: a.m. Adah. Mar- features a. "
Around The World,' to be shown Vacation Bible I I School starts at a breakfast in the church Fellowship : 7 ; ,> ;
tha and Priscilla Circles will meetat
Saturday evening on June I and will go through Hall. The deacons supper '
2 I l'R'1Gulf 9
Juno 12. Mrs. W. L. Merritt ii pm.REDEEMER meeting will be held Thursday evening Gulf No-Nox Gasoline and ,. ', /i', %

FIRST PRESBY1! IRIAN the director. Hours for Bible LU171ERANServices ) : at 7 and Frank DcStefano will Pride Motor Oil : Gulf .,', y. .
Pine Luke Drive school will be from 8:30: to 11:30.: be the host. The place for the sup- i' \ '"
9 a.m., church school (classes every Sunday morningat per will be announced. The J.O.Y. I I
for all ages); 10 a.m., worship servIce ST. JOSEPH! CATHOLIC 10:30 at Redeemer Lutheran Sunday school class will meet on TIRES WAXING : 'J"' ,f
; 6 p.m., Young Peoples! fel- The weekday Masses will be : Church, East Ocean Boulevard, Thursday evening at 7:45: at the TUBES SEAT CUSHIONS "" ,. I ss, '
!lowship. with Bible class and Sunday school home of Mrs. Howard Hcavncr imiKRIKSLUBRICAIION: : FAN BELTS
Monday through Friday at 8:30: '
Circle I will meet on June 2 a.m., Saturday at 8 a.m. preceding at 915: Vacation Bible School Prepara- s : RADIATOR I I' I.l'
at 2:30: n m. at the church. Mrs. I' Saturday will be Memorial Day 'The Remedy for Tension Is tion Day will be held Friday altcrnoon a WASHING HOSES! 1 .
Stuart Gilson and Mrs. Helena Requiem Mass for our war dead I Joy" is the subject of the Lutheran at 3:30: at the church. e POLISHING 1-, .' 1 t t
Beach will be co-hostesses. will be offered at 8 a.in. The parishioncrs Hour next Sunday evening at Saturday evening at 6 the intermediates '
arc Invited to come and 7:35: over WSTU. : will meet at the churchto Let Us Add Miles of Pleasure ;' 'jr t .. .
sr MARVS EPISCOPAL I pray for those who died that we "Human Guilt and Divine For go to the "Kick liter Camp" lor ., lto l\
live in a free land. giveness" is subject for "I his Is a cook-out and to finish the studyof .
1 Thursday, May 28: 10 am.. may Your Driving; With Our .....ti :
Altar Guild meeting in the cloister A special dialogue Mass! will be the Life," the Lutheran TV program the book 'The Faith They \ t.
room; 6:30 pun. Men i Club din celebrated next Sunday, May 31, over Channel 4 at 9 o'clock I Kept." The Builders Union will COMPLETE r:
ner and meeting. This will be the at 9 a.in. for the graduates and Sunday morning. I meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "
final meeting for thiN season the school children of St. Joseph Sunday evening Is "...amily'Night" Garland Rowell to continue the Check Up Service : ji
school. with chicken barbecue at study of the Book of Books under ;: ;
Sunday. May 31: 8 a.m., Holy I ,
Eucharist: 10 am. Matins and The graduation exercises will beheld 6 p m. Following the dinner there the leadership of Rev. J. W.1
Holy Eucharist and sermon at the church next! Sunday will he a movie, "Faith of Our Marion at 730.: Complete Line of Good J-
WeJne day. June 3: 7:30: p.m.. at 7 p.m. followed by an entertainment Families" I Sunday morning Rev. ForrestH. GLI.FSPRtY; a INSECTICIDES : i"
senior choir practice. program to which all The church is open every day Watkins will speak on "1 he- I .1 pt
Gulf livestock a
Spray Outboard Motor Oil
are welcome. for meditation and prayer and Day of Pentecost. At the evening Il4
The Danube River Hows 258 Religious instruction! for students the rose garden U open to the worship service the topic of hl8mea.'MISo
miles through Hungary and IN of the public !schools! will be public. will be "Our Main BUM-
a major tratfic: artery in hat discontinued until the beginningof ness."

country. the new school year. ALL S.\IN1S' EPISCOPAL Vacation Bible School beginson Andy Pittman, Sr., Jim :Mullin, Andy Pittman, Jr.
--- -- Medal Novena
------ Perpetual -
Jensen" Beach Monday morning at 8:30: and
will be held Tuesday at 7.30: will i l l continue Monday through
Thursday, May 28, Corpus These Men Bring; l"0l14S Years of Service
Gift forGraduates" p.m.Th) Discussion Club will meet (C'hriMi: 10 a.m., Holy Comniun- Friday from 8:30: until 11.30: II Station Experience
Wednesday' at 7:30: p.m. Ion Intention: "Thankgiving for ages through three June through 12. This sixteen is .for all I A N D Y

Thursday of this week will he Our Lord in the Holy Commun-
the Brotherhood
Monday evening '
the Feast of Corpus Christi which Ion. I covered dish
,. reminds us of the institution of Friday, May 29: 6 a.m., Requiem will be held in the supper church meeting base I
the Holy Eucharist, when every Holy Communion. Intention: "For ment. ,
Catholic should attend Mass and Those Who Have Given Their I
receive Holy Communion. Lives for Our Country. Tuesday evening the Woman'sMissionary SERVICE

A retreat for women will beheld First Sunday after Trinity May Society business and
at the Cenacle House in I.an- 31: 7:30: a.m., Holy Communion; program meeting will be held at I PITT.M.AN'S.
lana on the weekend of June S7.Anyone : 9 a.m., morning prayer Holy he church.
wishing to attend may callMrs. i Communion.. Last- Sunday for
2258.. Ray De Wageneire at 287- church Sunday.: school and commencement METHODIST

The St. Joseph Guild will hold Monday June 1: 7:30: p.m., Sunday school begins at 9:45:
I its regular monthly meeting on vestry meeting. and will be under the direction of
II Monday, June I, at 8 p.m. in the Rev. Charles BennettRev.
I room. Father John will Tuesday, June 2, Martyrs of Durward H. Knight Jr.
Lyons: 7 a.m., Holy Communion. 287-5504 FOR PICK UP AND DELIVERY
1 inform the ladies about the Confraternity Intention: "For St Ann's Guild. pastor, will speak on "The Return -
of Christian Mothers of Jesus Christ" at the 11
New 7.30 St Ann'sGuild
time :
Father Hennessey; of St. Anastasia a.m. worship !service Sunday.
parish Fort Pierce, will be continues meeting.a !Cries. of Father talks on Feaster Holy Office hours for the pastor are. OPEN FROM 6:30: A.M. TO 8:30: P.M.
and will talk 5
guest[ speaker on Wednesday' afternoon from 2 to
Communion from the Prayer Book
"Catholic Education." The be at other
Hostesses! will be Mrs. A. Frary pastor may seen ..'
WEBSTER'SNEW UNITED I : CHURCH OF CHRIST and Mrs. B. Fulton. Bring scissors times Prayer by appointment.service and Bible studyare IN THE KWIK-CHEK SHOPPING CENTER U.S. 1"A 1
and cards .
greeting to meeting
(Conurtgutioiiul, &; held! each Wednesday night at

WORLDDICTIONARY Ninth Street, Palm City FIRST CHURCH Ofr CHRIST' 7:45.: ." .. --..,. "..,.,... -
observed -
At 9:45: am. on Sunday the SCIENTIST The Lord's Supper will be .. ,
church !school! meets under the East ken Blvd., Stuart on Sunday morning June (
direction of Judson Mincar. Classes Sunday morning service at 11. 7' at the 11 worship service.miovAtrs ,

are held for all ages from nursery Lesion-sermon subject. May 31: II
tf tk American '
LeflrlN ,.. to adults. "Ancient and Modern Necromancy -
COLLEGE EDITION Dr. Walter C. Ciersbach will alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism Hall, Britt Road
Approved. and uNd In college preach at II a m. on "The Fifth denounced," Thursday, 7:30: p.m, Theocratic !'
and nlrmltlM throughout Gospel." This service will bring: Sunday school, 11 a.m. Nursery Ministry School. 8:30: p m., sere j j
the Uait d! SUtHtnd Canada to a conclusion his work with the provided.Wednesday. Ice meeting Theme: ''Discipline
I up-to-date a complete church for the season. Services Testimonial meeting Brings \\isdom." ;
easy to use. during the summer will continuein II .,.m. Sunday 5 p.m.. Bible study with I
$5.71Thumblndexd.11.71)VALENTINE'S I the usual pattern that holds Reading Room: 282 Avenue aid of Watchtower Theme: "What'Will ''
throughout the year. For further : Monday through Fray, 9:30: God's Kingdom Com Mean
Information, call the residence of a.m.-12:30: p.m. To You?" I
Myrlen Mead, Palm City Christian Science radio program, Tuesday. 7.30: p.m.. BiMe/ study L-
"The Bible Speaks to You" may Theme: 'Liberating and Organ -
BOOK RECORD SHOP Flower nectar is the food of the be heard over WSTU, Stuart, (zing a New ." 1'J' -
329 East Ocean Boulevard ong-nosed bat. The tongue is cowered 14V kc, at 7:15: pm. Mondays.. Assemble at Kingdom Hall for 10--_ ...<-.i' _
Cluked AU Day Wednesday! with bri c-lik. projectionsto Topic for June 1: "Another field ministry Saturdays and Sun-1
gather pollen as well M nectar Chance." days at 9.15: ton .

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1 The Jeromes Stage ALL POST 01 IRKS I 1111. SIl'AKI'' (IFIoorWYNF,11S) 111u1"ll11Y.lay! 28, (1964 1-BRed
I CITY NEWSMRS. A Farewell Supper ON Ml-MORI 1)\\ 1I I Cross SponsorsSwimming

I The Gay Jeromes had a fare- All post olticcs 'in Martin i i>un
ANITA WIIirK Comspoodcnl 287.5582 well supper, picnic style, Saturday.May ty will be closed all das Manorial
23 at their\ home on Palmetto Day Saturday. M.ty(1() Ibis includes +
I Street. A sumptuous meal and the post olfice ..1 Stuart ScheduleAt
Dr. Giersbach Jr-Jr Highs good tune was enjoyed t by all Jensen Beach Indiantown. Hohe v ,
Sound. Salerno and Palm ( ilv
Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Mark
I Baker. Mr. and Mrs! Earl Homan, -i
Hold PicnicThe RIPCBI.ICAN/ WOMKNMtLT : Sunrise
Leaves Monday I Mr. and Mrs John Patterson Mr. ON:' TUESDAYThere Poollack
and Mrs. Bill Weast. Mr. and
Junior-Junior Highs had a Mrs. John Moschcll Mr. and Mrs. will be a special 1 meeting
Dr. Walter C. Oimbach will
reach the final sermon of his picnic at Jonathan Dickinson State Fred Ernes. Joseph Dilda Mrs. ol the Women's Republican Club SnuHise. water safety director Saturdays: beginners swimmers.'
Park 20, Margaret Homan and Mrs. Myr- of Martin County at the home of und co-ordinulor of the II,
lonth of May stay at The Unit- on Wednesday May 1 10 and I II I a.m.; and classes For
the president Mrs. W. A. (
ed Church of Christ (Congregational from 4 to 6 p.m. len Mead. Rest ( ross-Martm! County School pre schoul age if there ::1 roomRCllitratlon
Wright Road Rio 2 Tues
The Mrs. at I p.m Board ,
Pattersons. Moschells summer ,
) next Sunday May 31. He They played games and had a day June 2. wlmn1lnlll'roJl'am."III will be on June s
and Mrs. Giersbach plan to leaven Margaret Homan and the Jeromes he assisted by Richard Mi- from 9 a.m. to J p.m. at the Inn
June I. very entertaining afternoon. are all leaving within the next ten .----- --- --- 3 kuska. and Archie Mart/, instructors i ior High gym or can be made m
Attending were Dr. and Mrs. days to spend the summer at their I
The services at thehurch the pool after classes begin. Reg
summer I : U>nme Pagan in \\e" Calm I I
: will be provided by the Walter Giersbach. Mr. and Mrs. homes in the northern states Beach on I Here 1Ihe schedule for the istration fee i is $1 I and is non-re-
ward of deacons of the church. !. A. _Bozone. Mrs. Clara Jerome, BVPIISTS PLAN PICNICOn I ) s tAm program at Sunrise Inn pool from turnable.
For the first time in the history Mrs. Leta Williams. Mrs. Maydell Mrs. Arthur Braun is \isitmg June 8 to July 18. The following rules >M III!! ix enforced
of> the church the Sunday morn Moore. Connie Pope Cynthia Gillian Sunday May 31, following her children: in Fort Wayne In.!. I \ i I Mondays: classes: for beginners, : shoum. mist I!h, taken.
ing bulletin had a picture of the !, Ethel Ward Harry Roby services at the Baptist Chapel the for Ihreeleel..l.. e,, swimmers. 9, 10 and II ant prior to t entering the .pool (sins
church on the cover with the Martha Lane Judy Ann Moore, congregation will have a picnic .il lucsdd\s: "beginners I will wear nn I iwbbvpins. '
words, "A Place of Prayer by theliver" Sarah Henry Ervin Haagcr, Rebecca lunch at the Kickliter Camp on Greenville Mr and I Mrs S. C., John, eD ( hapnian.;: >. 10 and II a.m.; and swimmers.t classes I General, health msp,..:tion
the South spending a
Fork with
underneath it. The bulletin Timmcrman. George Pope. bapciM1in w in advanced and lifesaving will be given t'acl155111'"un.I !Prop
the attcrnoon. The picnic is alI week with the BIU "'ennedam- swimming ,
also Brenda
'' gave the location and name Roby Angie Cunningham a for those of junior and sen- er behavior habits! \,11" II.Cd
'of the church. Alice Crews Jerry Mawhinney, I p.m. ily. a 101 school ages, 6:30: ) p.m. and kept. Pool mspe.non will ix
Deborah Dooley and Janet Olncy. PKRSONAIA Mrs. l.eona Smith. sti- (,race I Ihursdays. heginnmgcrt, swim mode by the Health Department
!MRS. CARMEN LISK D1KSThe : Ralph Mallory underwent minor Wolle und Mrs. Win II red Mead ) mers. 9. III) and I II I a.iu.; advanced -----
1'1 community was saddenedto ANNA LAURA' surgery lit Good Samaritan Hospital represented the CongregationalChurch swimming and life! saving, 6:30: One-Ihied of London to Puri'pnrengers !
\ learn that Mrs. Carmen l.isk was CIRCLE MEETS: at the County UCW meet travel by air
West Palm Beach, I la itThursday. t r..I1I !
dead on arrival at Martin Memor- On May :20.) the: Anna Luuru ing in Smart Monday morning at -
'iiil Hospital early Monday morn- Circle met at the: home of Mrs. the First National Bank. building. J -
; ing. I Mrs Sadie Vatidiford was calledto ,$ vi
Alcinc Senne on First Street. rENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pine and PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS'
I' Mrs l.isk was head of Martin klnston, N. C., Sunday night
The program was' a question and the weekend. with the
sons spent
Welfare Department for due
County to a death: in her family.
several r years. She was a diligent answer period conducted by Rev. Sain Lane family
\ and' devoted worker in the welfare Walter Gicrshach.! Mrs Helen Eng returned to her 'a II
field and will be greatly ; A surprise shower for Mrs. home in Beaufort S. C., Tuesday M..V GUK IIVKKOK !\t.\\S TROLLING ( "LAIIGinl> Rastrelli, left liolJs a thirty- JI8S0OOO.SHOPPING
missed. Churlcne M incur was also held after several weeks visiting friends
Robert L. Rose spent lust week flve'I',>und te'iii/nn uook he caught while trolling! the Noilh
Her husband, the late John T. following the meeting. Gifts were here.
in bassinet decorated at his home here. His guest was fork "'i tin St I "ice River lust week. The snook measured loily-" I
Lisk. died presented a
She is survived April by II.a 1963.number of by Mrs. Jean McClung, Mrs.. Aliene Sane spent .heweel..end Rivers Yarn Beaufoit. S. C. six /inche Helping' him hold his catch is his son, Mario.
in Riviera Beach. SPREE
children, brothers and sisters. She Fourteen were present. The Mr. and Mrs. Jack Homer and -- -
was a member of the Silva family next meeting will be June 17 at The C. W. and C. A. Moore family. Monlclair, N. J., are ;
who came to this section from the Moore home on Michigan: families attended the fiftieth wedding \spending! several weeks. visiting the When the mother coyote pro-1 ostracizes! her mule but ho brings I Jafry blank fa t'tfr1",11 .,hid 1 fttbDISCOVERIES DId Gtrr
around Daytona in the early 1900s. Avenue. anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Homers. u_ __ducts a litter, usually seven the I food faithfully to the den

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II May 2*, 164 Wedding Sunday

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Junior Woman Hub and I
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-1737 I he Martin County itirarv. with ., Shower Honored
ihe assistance of the Martin Conn-. I c g
I MurrayMiss
OPEN MOV! THRU SAT. 7130 A.M TIL 9 PM: I iv I ihrary Association art )planning r t tr tyl Miss

OPEN SUNDAY 8 AM-12.30 P.M. 6 P.M..9 PM a series of story hours for I I Linda Tucker and Mill
this summer. I
: Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. 'J These Mory hour are free and tt r pre( .nupiinl KclleN' shower were hostesses honoring at V

all hoy and girls are welcome I Barhara Murray at the 1u
I The schedule: is I as follow: > i .a home on ilpatiokce Slrmccnth 1

Marlin County Public Library, I ,
I every Wednesday, June 17-Aug. The room was decorated
Why do tio 12 101.m.
s while streamers leading to a hi,
their prescriptions I Jensen Beach Flemerrtary School, white hell suspended from t
bring every Monday, June 8.July IJ, \ chandelier. The gift table ai i'
io:V O "m.Huhe bower it tern and white hells \I
Sound tlemenury Tuen- r w. lavender mums Centerpiece

T ft r irl customer days. June !July 14. 9 a.m. the refreshment table was a III l
I Dunhar School Hohe Sound decorated take
JJ... BKSMSS8, ;: Tuesdays. June 9.July 14, 10:30: rE Those present included: M
a.m. r Skcllcnscr. Inez Head Helen Ivmson ;
LIf qua llty to I Salerno Elementary, Thursdays, I Sandy> Herndon Irene R:

ell) \'' So .MORE. ? I June Carver I It-July Gardens 15, 10 School am Thursdays .....-".. .-_...... ........_ .. ... .. .. .............." ..
WHY PAY I June I II July 15, I p.m. SOROPTIM1ST HUB officers for 19646* who were installedat Schreckcngost. recording secretary: Mrs. Louise Miller, pre i. I Mrs Gail Wilson Mis. Rosjl

I Warfield Elementary, Indian-. dinner at the Yacht Cltih Restaurant Saturday May 2). are dent; Mrs. Clara Fulton vice president; and Miss Martha Bur- Murray. MrL Kelley. .
town Fridays, June 12-July 16, Nfrs J J. W. Tucker.1'OIUNIFIRS .
left Bartlett. .
I I 9U: a.m.Booker. to right: Mrs riorctia treasurer: Mrs Junniti dine corresponding secretaryMXRIIN

Park Community Center ----
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Fridays. June 12.July 16 10

Mm.St. Class of Eight Will HOSPITAL. The Riptide Players will holda Volunteers are needed at t

SPECIALS JOSFFII CUlinIIHI Births-Mr. and Mrs D. J business and directors meetingon Martin (ounty Public I ihran
: > CARD PARTY Dim ting. a son, Muy 19; Mr. and i help ea\oth\ desk Anyone a
'- St Guild held Thursday May 28. 8pm) at help the library foe f
JI1IIIIII'fOGTER The Joseph a Mrs John Larson a son May 21;
GRANT' curd party ot the community room Graduate Thursday at Mr and Mrs Jerry Bailey a daughtcr their Little Theatre. Among mut'l 1 few hours once a week I is isl
ASSORTED STYLESMEN' of the first National Bank of Stu. May 24 ten to be discussed are summer to call Mrs Max Aucrbach 2
art on Thursday May 21 J. Mrs I May 19-Admitted, Alma Anderson play and possible Fourth of July I I 1419 or Mrs Hugh Willough
$ or LADIES' Olin Booth was chairman with Mica Janus Corrie, Mrs. D. J'I l lout 287.1972
Helen Reilky Mrs Margie Pine Miss Harris' School I I Dow ling and baby hoy and John - -

SUNGLASSES and Mrs. Edward KmsclU assist- Kuilms; discharged, Cliudc Scrim. ENTER PEPSI-COLA BOTTLERS'
mg. Door prizes were won by MrsLouise I shcr Mrs Bunce Lane and baby

1 Sonntag Mrs Rose Pear- Commcrccment exercises will daughter of Bruce B. Gralow of I boy. I
Mrs. Blanche Mrs
on Larkin be held at Mm Hams' Florida Bermuda and Mrs. Gralow of St. May 20 -Admitted. Arrie Smith
Helen Mcnncnch. Mrs Annis An.
School on the South Fork of the Petersburg Nancy Gralow will be Ruth Mitchell Billie Meadows and I $1,850,000HOPPIKG
Ircws. Mrs. Frances Hem and Mrs
St. Lucie at 8 o'clock Thursday her flower girl Dora B.mkdiltCharged.; George I
;Jo.-tr Grant.sunglasses Lucille Smith The next card )party evening, May 28 1hi I will he the June Kathleen Hooven daughter June Peter Montfort Joe Prey .
with FKJ7 filter factor Jen- ;./ will he held on Thursday June 18BVtCAIAURFVTF .
fiftieth commencement of the of Mr I and Mr John L Hoov byl Mrs. i D J. Oowlmg and baby >
that filter '
ass out, ttt aun'a r FOR school! Until 1957 when it moved en of Dearhorn. Mich., will have : boy Flora Harter, Johanna I II
J1I.U'IJIl'.u1l'aya. from Miami Stuart, the I udie I Rouisaw and SPREE
C',tlllOl 1C GRADUATES; : to com a* her flower girl Carol Evans Bruning Pamela
A baccalaureate service and reception mencement !services were on the Poynter, of Eau Gallic, another Rinker
school campus on Biscayne' Bay; 'school grandchild. May 21-Admitted, James Fur-
was held for the Catholic Entry blank/ In wry carte tffepdt Patio Diet Cole'
now they are on the overlooking
1.9.8IUEO. campus low Mrs John Larsen and bahy
/graduates of Marlin County High Ann Pollard daughter of Mr.
the St. lucicTh
and Marshall hay, discharged George Thorcn
School on Sunday evening.. May Mrs S. P. Pollard
24. The St. Joseph Guild presented Right Rev. Wallace Conk- of Lake Placid will have Dana Fred Heck and Mary Sanders
each graduate with a rosary ling, retired bishop of Chitago, Hudson as her /flower girl. May 22-Admitted, Rose Marie
will address the eight (graduates, I ,
Bailey Margaret Goldner and
Marlynn Penny Price, daugh.
who are all enrolled in college for
Mrs. Clara Tstmas the fall. The diplomas will! be ter of Mrs. Ellen C. Price and the Dorothy Lena Kraus,Blanchet Stephen; discharged Koronski TOPPlE Says:
late Mr. Price of Miami will havea
89e GIANT 14-OZ. Receives New Honor awarded by the founder of the her flower girl Susan Hudson; Herbert Thayer and Dorothy Blan
MIss Julia Fillmore Harris
school Now You
Susan and Dana are daughter of chet.May r
Following the exercise a reception Lola Pfluegcr .
t COPPERTONE Attending the Odd Fellows and
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hudson Jr.
j Julia May Rchckah convention held at Riviera will he held at the school of Stuart. Jerry Bailey Redeem Your '
Beach Hotel In Daytona Beach The graduate and their flower girl a Corliss: dischargeBillie FOLLOW
May 18.22 was Mrs Clara May girls are a* follow: Michele Wen. Sara Margaret Puett daughter Meadows Doris Simmons
HAIRSPRAY Tima. Accompanying Mrs. Tsim. delis Eckler daughter of Mr and of Mr. and Mrs Delbert S. Puett Hester Cotton, Rose Marie Bailey TOP VALUE 1HEtEADER
as was Chevalier Gray and Mrs. Mr. Wendell C Eckler of Fort of Venezuela. Sara will have Heidi I James Corrie Bernice 'Carlock
Ruth Gray of Stuart and Mrs. Pierce, whose flower girl will be Flipson. daughter of Dr and Mrs. and Alfred Trudgeon. BOOKS af
LOTION Grace Hall of Hohe Sound. her cousin. Ann Crowley o[ Myr. H. H. Hipson of Stuart as her May 24-Admitted, Annie Mae
Mrs Tsini! ; 1 was elected vice tie Beach S. C. flower girlMargiret. Grimes. Mack Costello, and Nora At Your Friendly
president of the Department A- Carole Ann Fraser daughter of Allen Winkley, daughter ( Walker, discharged. Vance Stokes.
' T t6Se 'hociution of Florida. Mrs. Margaret Fraser and the late of Mrs. Howard A. Stevenson Irene I Cox, Arne Smith and Bc
l Special79c( Mrs. Tsimni; is a past grand Mr. Fraser of Coral Gables, whose of Orange City and William Gardner nita Rodnqucr, KWIK CHEK IN STUART
matriarch and was. in fact the flower girl will he a school grandchild .I' Winkley of Exeter, N. H., will May 25-Admitted. William
first t grand matriarch to he In. Jan Carroll, of Boynton have as her flower girl Elsie Smith, I Keyes Fred Gutelius. Mary Wal-
bulled in the area. This additional Beach. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley lace and Vance Stokes: discharged
f CONCENTRATE honor of being the first in the Karen Eugenie_ Barr Gralow. '.. Smith of.Stuart I Jane love, June da ithouse CONSULTANT SERVICENow
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PRELL REG. 89c SHAMPOO 53cy area to be' elected vice )president and John Ruelius
I of the Department Association !is Available For
well deserved as Mrs Tsimns it Miss Raphells Honored at Church in Honors

REQ.19c : a most active and hardworking To Two Graduates I Flower
BRYLCREEM 57''' Growers of South Florida
y LO, TUBE of the organization Bridal Shower Here Friday I
Sharon Ross and Dclois Smithmenikrs Contract service offering help with
rowing problems on
Mr. and Mr. Bob Robertson of
of the graduating class
Lake Worth caught: three snook Miss Nancy Raphel, hride-elect Clark, Miss Diane Taffoni. Miss of Martin County Senior High AIL crops as well a* toil testing, di'ol.'land Insect identification!
BEG. 1.75 REG 1.29 and two trout using feathered jigs of Gary Steele, was honored at a Beverly Van Horne and Miss Laura School, were honored at a party I control method and stock rultiirlng.!
and fishing the Sun Parlor. shower Friday evening. May 22 Sipos. Monday evening.. May 18, at the (Hints must be limited In the Interests of service for all
' BRECKCREME at 8 pm at the home of Mr*. -_ Assembly of God Church, Palm Now h the time to arrange for the coming season.
Q.T.SUNTAN Clifton Perry Weir Street Co- City
I .ffouo-te keep hostesses were Mrs. Ed Hauen- Raphel-Steele 1 he event was held in the youth For Further Information, Call or Write:
stein and Mr. Robert Fenton. Wedding June 6 assembly room of the church
I White bell and pink carnations which was decorated by the Sunday R. C. ANDREASENAT
:blankets'SOFI'and decorated the patio room. Mr and Mrs J. Alex Raphel school class in blue and white
RINSE Among those attending were :201! Balboa Avenue announce that the school colors The two gift tables 7.2114-AT
CREAM : Mrs John Steele Mrs. Alex Ra- their daughter, Nancy Eleanor and the refreshment center 7-0593
ihel.. Jane Carol, and Peggy Ra- will be married to Gary John were also blue and white. I BOX 185, STUART I'LA.Imperial
I .
o Steele son of Mr and Mrs John Games were played and refreshments
NEw >hcl, aiteTof the bride, her great-
20 I Steele Poinciana Gardens, on Sut served to thirty.five.
aunt, Mrs James Crovson, New
r: 1 139 97' Brunswick, N. J., Mrs. William urday. June ft, at 12:30: p.m. at St. wa wI
4 Tab.Prl. I Todt, Mrs Walter Crowell Mrs.I Joseph Church. All friends of the There arc twenty-one persons per
.. '- 0IIIr.It Albert Eno Mrs Frank Derek couple .are.': invited ti>._attend square kilometer in the world

Vlrs Jack Addy. Mrs. James Clark,
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Mrs Paul Thomas, Mrs F. Voss I Studios
BRUSH ROLLERSS77' Mrs Harry Stone Mrs Joseph
McCoy Mrs James Mcggett Mrs.
4 D. L. Williams, Mrs Arthur Foote :
\ Mrs John A. Huening, Mn. I | of Stuart

/ MEDI-CREME HOME'S 59c ...." ..;j'* Charles Volk. Mrs S. E. Taffoni, :
!to'J1..>> Mrs. Marge Heckler Mrs. L Lu-
sardi. Mrs Garland Rowcll, Mrs I
WARREN'SBLANKET J. H. Bruncr, Miss Lynn MauMin, announcing a 6-weeks
WOODBURY f 49c MIKJ Bonnie Hudson, Miss Judy
SIZE, Eno Miss Wendy Hauenstem, Miss SUMMER
Rachel Fenton, Miss Carolyn

OHE-A-DAY R.Vilamllli,. 2.94 1.84 SPECIAL Jensen Card Party JUNE 15th THROUGH JULY 25

EACH 79c Attracts 57 Guests 11: PRE-BALLET
I I OR Jensen Beach Women's Association BALLET
held a dessert-card party on
59c Packaged In a heavy vtayt guests attending. i ; MODERN JAZZ
.........-II.II zippered bag for home stor- The hostesses were Mrs. Carol
age, (a $4.29 value), Sandell Mrs Margie Pine, Mrs. : FRIDAY 2 Imperial's Method Instruction has
Betty Diehl, Mrs Blanche Herr. i JJ \
PAPER PLATES 99c 3 FOR mann, Mrs. Peggy Sommer, Mrs. I 'til 7:00 g proven not only that it is beneficial to
s Inch
Grace Walker and Mrs Ann Kuhn : p.m. the but
$3.00FREE Door prizes were won by Mrs young, one of the most
Laura Desmond Mrs. Zillah I I I ,. popular classes.


Ice Bucket LONGUE motor vehicles! -about one ;
for every three persons_ $25.TO $600.For Ballet b the only form of physical extrckc. with the.
afdal6: !, qrt$ UMBRELLA qualities, necessary to stimulate the muscle
*. ..... Speulic done
EYOrniMEA feminine linn.

ASSORTED COLORS 530 COLORADO AVENUE Your Convenience we are OPEN You have a grader heritage In your ch dn.. Bore
= 3 3 2.99 I I STUART AT 7-1755 FRIDAY a.m. until 7:00 p.m. i to enroll them h a Dane School when dw teacher
I 20 COMMERCIAL STREET will not Iwkt
pull, or dbfort! these supple and delicate
JENSEN BEACII AT '..UIII Monday-Thursday 9 n.m. until 5 p.m. L? bodies. VOUM

I P.. A... .b..e ..r ... a__ PL.I. YOU GETBURNEU

GORDOH'SPOTATO CHIPS. .. JUST. 0/// .a....$4.95P1a..il..itwu. 'I.thl... Florida Loan Service g Registration Reservations will start on June 5th.

( !'... Clwuilnf i:1: now being taken.

,.lrtblBLANKETS ...._1.1 of ixctmroiuTFD PLEASE CALL AT 7-4776

BROWARD. FOUNTAINS P.Iai..d n l.rSlont Vault... 30 East Ocean Blvd. 287.ISH (!J ,

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f Chips TWIN 104)7.PICK 3 9c'T 3 DOt$1 AUFOCRAT

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2 29c ML MONTE .SHUID; .
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14 OZ. CAN 39c PKG. OF 12 35

Cci rots .,1r..! 1 Oc BATH SIZE ICE CHEST Shop Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 630; p.m.Friday .
''2; ... _:: 2 BARS 33c $1.89 8 a.m. to 9 pmSaturday8' njn. to 7 p.m.

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4-B TIfF SfLART fFTaJ) !NF.11s, ItuiTMiay.! Mi) 28, 1964 Scouts Hold J'F11' Auxiliary
I I Install
.. I Plans to

; Open HouseOn At Wednesday! night's meeting of

PORT SALERNO NEWS .I the Udtas Auxiliary of the VFW,

CIf.MEMORIAL Friday afternoon at Mrs, Dale Weed, past president
MRS. PICKY PROSK, Correspondent AT 7-2085 school: MfetorUmi! Girl Scout t turned her gavel over to the incoming

Troop No. 80 held open house for I president, Mrs Jennie

FIXILmS DAY parents work to tee during sample the of the I Smith
PTA Council; troops Mrs Weed was presented! witha
i i County Scout Nancy Meyer entertained I past president pm and a white
with toe dance and several
She expressed! her gratitude
scouts put on a play depicting good i to all the members for their wonderful -
I II health habits-which will help I help during her term of
Installs OfficersRepresenting them to earn the health aid badge I office.
CARRIAGE Scouts Jo Ann Shelton, Marge
GEORGIA GRADE "A"c Prosk and Paula Kite were awarded I The members welcomed MrsVh.ky .
Prosk& as a new member of
the Salerno Ele erases! on May 29 All presidentsof book badges. M. rgo Prosk! received -I :
I local PTAs and council officers i a pen pal badge, and needlecraft i the post
mentary Parent Teacher Avsociation -
Hot Dog as delegates to the Ma ) were invited to preside at badges were awarded to: Commander Murray of the
Paula VFW was present and spoke on
meeting of the County Council on the refreshment tables. Corey Donn Diane Carey
thtZA Prosk, Jo Ann Shelton -i final plans for the installation t to
Monday night were Mary 8ro..n.Betty Meeting dates were set up for Hitc Mar go I
I be held at the post home on AI I
McPherson \
Scott, Willie Lukens! Georgeand next >ears schedule. The meet Nancy Meyer, Nanc -
Peters on Friday May 29, at 8 p.m. The
Peggy Osborn and Dorothy ings are held the third Monday of Patty Scurry
Hue October, January, March and Wilma Stan let, Chccnc Phillips '| public is invited to attend.
May and! will be held in Indian- Beverly Caughan Carla Haar- Mrs Dale Weed won the "dark
The 'I
2 held Jensen
meeting was at
packages I' Beach school for the town. Palm City Port Salerno ala and Vickie Thompson. 'I ho irse: ." Hostesses for the evening
distributing information purposeof to the and Parker Elementary respective- Scouts presented Mrs. Margaret were Midge Tracy and Helen Ma >.
iy Kahn with a gift of appreciation armeI ,
various local PTAs. Representa! I'
lives from Jensen Elementary, Mrs. Prosk aand Mrs. Ed Rolli for services rendered and perfect
Martin County Senior High and son were appointed to attend the attendance MWS OF HIE FIMLMIOL
CARRIAGE Palm City were present short course at the summer institute : Scout Leader Vicky Prosk was I
FRY E, R S i George Oshorn was I in chargeof to be held at the Universityof given the pleasant chore of presenting -I There have this been several out.oftown -
I visitors week.
past Among
the installation Installed Tampa June 9-12 four Girl Scout bracelets

i as president was ceremony.Mrs Vic MRS. 1IESION ENTERTAINS I to Prosk Nancysue,'Cheeric McPherson Philips I i and, Mar Corey go'''the friend guests from were Pahokee Basil Todd Mr and and
ky Prosk, secretary, Mrs Wilma
Potato Challancm. and treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. Paul Heston entertainedat Donn for perfect attendance during I Mrs Mr and Roy Mrs Amick Robert front Grey Orlando from; I
I II the
Edwin Rollison. Mrs. Jean Mc cards at her home on Salerno i term West Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
final wilt held
Clung, vice president, was unableto Shores Wednesday afternoon. A meeting ne i iI
2 7 Lb.COPELAND'S be present President! Prosk! Present were Mr*. Jack Whit- ', Thursday May 28. before the I John Weir from Orlando. C t
TWIN thanked! all the troop u dismissed! for the summermonths Mrs.
members for their field. Mrs. Ruth Erickson' Mrs I Mr and Roy Amick caught :
and plans for a swimming
interest in their PTAs and stated A. A. Whiticar. Mrs Charles Con ', !seven, bluefish and six{ mangroxg'
PACK that working as a team rather thanan rad. Mrs George Fritz. Mrs. Elliot party will be completed. I 1 snappers using cut bait and fish.
individual in PTA is the key I Rice and Mrs. T. W. Cook 1 mg the Sun Parlor.
note for success Faith in the work i' Party Held Early I
Table prizes were won by Mrs. 1! Mr and Mrs. Sherman Bates
of PTA is a must
I \\hitfield and !Mrs Erickson.! For Margo Prosk of West Palm Beach caught eight
Legislation literature was! read Mrs. and two snook, feathered .
Mrs. Heston surprised A.I II trout using
and reports from each PTA were A premature birthday i party was
A hiticar and Mrs. Charles Con I jigs in the Indian River
ALLMEATWIENERS heard was to be I held by Mr, and Mrs Nick Proskat
I onrhe: rtofce rad with a lovely decorated cakein
proud PTAsfor Basil Todd and friend from
honor of their and their home Wednesday! in honor Pot.ho.ee -
I their individual schools.! Many. the ladies presented birthdays gifts to them I of their daughter Margo caught ten bluefish and
additional auto and visual aids were I Margo will be eleven in July, I three drums!, using cut bait in tic
I given to the classrooms Martin :NO. 2 TRUCK BOCK ON JOB : but she has always complained that Sun Parlor.fill.
County Senior High will again 'she could not celebrate her birth
$ 00 I present a deserving senior with a Port Salerno Volunteer Fire Department day with her friends at that time
1 5-Ib.bag i: $200:!( () scholarship, the money having wants it to be known becauie many dispersed tor
-12 been earned by all the par'ents that No. 2 fire truck is back in summer vacations
-oz.pkgs . BRIQUETS who worked at the fair. business again. It was out of action So her family made the party
I The book were audited by a for two weeks while the motor arrangements for Wednesday
committee composed of Mrs. Carol was being overhauled. Balloons and streamers festooned
Hales Mrs. Mary Brown and However, do not be too careless the house! and a birthday cake
Mrs. Mary Lou Hendry. with burning brush! or trash, of circus animals was the piece de
I Martin County Senior High I as the' firemen would like to let resistance The children went on JACK'S GULF
PTA will be host 1 group to a senior the truck rest in the firehouse instead i a treasure hunt for goodies and 1 STATION
'reception after the graduation ex- of dashing madly to put out played several games,, with gifts!
a fie for all. All Servlr Guaranteed
COKE BE Friends enjoying the occasion
Jack SaundcrwB Owner
HIBISCUS PARK GROUP were: Gracie Erickson. Jo Ann ,
Bible School 10 MEET !MONDAY Shelton. Corey Donn Paula Hitc AlA Port SaIeno AT 7-2021
i Carla Haarala. Sandra and Cathy
Hibiscus! Park Civic !!
'Solomon, Debbie Sloane Laura _
Regular Size 6 Bottle Carton I Starts June f.t I''I will.hold June Us I I.June at 7:30 meeting: p.m.on at Monday the- McClung and Nancysue McPher-
6 PACK son. Adults who attended were Mr
room of the First Na-
Bible school will the and Mrs. Bob' Keeling. Mrs Margaret
tional Bank.SNAKE
$5.00 Order Salerno Southern Methodist Church Kahn and Mrs Muriel Lord.
June I and continue through June I GIRL SHOW ,
10eVith i : More 7ge 12 1UPPY VACATIONS I I
: SET FOR SATURDAY Foam Rubber & Upholstering I
DEPOSIT i Classes will begin at 8:30: a.m" The Snake Girl Show is to be At this time we would like to I TOLEY ENGEBRETSEN/
wish all the school children
with nursery! beginners and primary held Saturday, May 30 across a MANAGE
"I SALERNO"I\ cla'Mbeing; dismissed alI from the post office. The show most happy and safe summer vi I
, I. and! juniors and! intermediates and lectures by Captain Lester cation. School ends May :29! and SALERNO
at 11:10. All children in the urea I Harrell will be held front 2 to 6 will\ be resumed on Aug. M I. The I Shipyard Inc.
i invited to attend. PTA will furnish pupils with ice
are I
p.m. There will be no charge, but ATIMtie r.27511 *... AT '-I'"l
f Making Time Count fort: donations will be accepted for the! cream and cookies during lunch PORT IALQNO
@ ffi0 I Christ is the theme of the s ssion j I Port Salerno Volunteer Fire Department period on Frid..y.(1RCLE I

Food King Specials and is planned much interesting for all under handiwork the i I NO. 1 !MlllS CHUCK SERVICE i

direction of Mrs. Genevieve Mer- PERSONALS:" Missionary Circle No I ot the
rill I Southern: Methodist t Church met Pka.r
YELLOW Nursery classes for three-year- '' Friends may send cards to Frank at the home of Mrs. Jennie Wil- STANDARDD.u ,. "" I
FOOD KING olds will I be supervised by Mrs, l I Ackernun! of Hibiscus Park who II bar on the afternoon of May. 19. ,..,. Dust
Madeline Pedersen; beginners, I i recently underwent surgery at I Refreshments were served to .
four-five-)ear-okh will be under'I I Martin Memorial Hospital pleaseget Mrs Ruth Stacey( Mrs. Rosa 287-5019
PORK & BEANS Mrs. Helen Plyler, primary classes! well soon, Frank. I I Quigley, Mrs. Madeline Pedersen Owned by Chuck StfflffeD
3 lbs. for second! and third graders will We are glad to report Charles and! Mrs. Naomi Hausenhauer Port Salerao !
be under Mrs June Bennett, juniors Stiller was released last week from It was decided to hold meetings Road Service 1
fifth and sixth graders will I Martin Memorial Hospital wherehe : only on the third Tuesdayof !
be under Mrs Trula Oshorn and was taken.! after suffering injuries -I the month until September. atwhich Open 7 das a week -
3 No. 303 Cans GOLDEN intermediate for !seventh n i nth I in an auto accident time regular meetings will 7 ..m. 8:30 p... I
, graders will be under Rev. Dur- be resumed. I
I wood knight Mr. and Mrs. Dale Deloach'of --

Mrs Winnie Thompson will I Glennvillc Ga.. !spent part of Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals 0
FOOD KINGOLEO play the piano.: Mrs Anne Wood their honeymoon) at the home
I and : !Mrs Rosa Quigley who is Dale'saunt n the Go Need Milk
son is general !secretary daily Gals On the G

j I tOe I Mrs.refreshments Jennie Wilbur will be served by I I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Deloach I o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need

'visited with his sisters.i Mrs. Mad-! Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk G
Civic Association
,i cline Pedersen and !Mrs. Rosa
I Enjoys Three FilmsThe Quigley, last week.Congratulations als On the Go Need Milk Gals On

2 1.lba Packages 25c FRESH Civic Association! met at ,I'..Mrs. Bob Keeling to of Mr.Hibrus and the, Go Need Milk Gals On the GoNe

the civic center Thursday night 'I Park who became great-granupar- d Milk Gals On the Go Need IV
I and enjoyed a potluck supper !I ents of a little girl born to John
j Afterwards, three films were and Lisa Keeling of Glen Cove ilk Gals On the Go Need Milk Ga .
I shown, which aroused the interest Long Island, N. Y.We .
!> CLUB i of those present I Is On the Go Need Milk Gals On tP. 1
"Wings to Germany." by Pan are sorry to learn that AtI ; ,
5c 'I' American covered a tour of Germany -I I fred Penrose was !taken to the Veterans s \ y h"
its lovely mountains and Hospital! at Coral Gables last '1' t; : '
I valleys, and scenes of the war week jc ,
rums and u "
!1 -Meet I Mr, Blue a'uke" was a Happy birthday to Mrs. Charles 1 < '(,.,
Conrad who is celebrating the ;
I ; ..
of the beans
i i history large green t.
event this week. '
39c Doz. i that are cultivated only in the :.( .' qjs
'State of Oregon because the climate Good luck to the Ahrens family 1ft.JI' tP13
and soil I there are needed! for who are building a new home at G
I this large bean. Fifth and Grant.
I 'Secret Cargo the third film
I was about sunken! treasure off the Airs! Mildred Greenfield is visiting
(ALL POPULAR ) Keys, and showed some wonderful her son. Sergeant Stanley
ENERGYALLPURPOSE ocean and deepsea! scenes. Greenfield, and family, in Washington -
i The association plans I 0 con-I I D C. ..1

King tinue the covered dish c suppers !Mrs Rosa Quigley spent some
DETERGENTGiant throughout the summer months on : Une with her son, Joe, and family
the third Thursday of each month. in St. Augustine.

49c I.I $278 : Firemen's Auxiliary We are happy to report that

Size Bottle CTM. Will Enter Float er Walter spending Press some is home time again in Good aft-

Samarium HospitaL
The firemen's Auxiliary met I
: Thursday evening at the firehouse Mr. and Mrs. Slim Safe ire
and everyone admired the new i'I' leaving for a three-week trip to
tile covering on the meeting room California While there they will
floor I attend their granddaughter' graduation
PORT The members welcomed Mrs. I' On their return they will
Ellen Haut. as a recruit.It I I stop off in Ohio. and visit rclali'...
was decided to be represented : Congratulations to Billy Math
in the Fourth of July p&1'a.Je"ilh
who selected ky Stuart
ers was
a float Mrs. Anne Chapman
I Kiwanis Cub to attend the Amen
was named! chairman of the prbj- YFr -
ect. can legions Boys State in Tallahassee :
"iVhereShopping Pig-in-4-poke was won by Helen in Jury 'I

GROCERY"LOCATED Eflgebretien and! hostesses for I Mrs Maggie Anderson: of Jesup
Is the evening were Mary Capannaand Ga.. spent some time visiting her I
Kathryn Penrote. Other members Pedersen
I sisters. lot u. Madeline
.A Pleasure"
present were: Doris Johnson and Mrs. ROM Quigley.! _
Olice. Stile Rosemary Stevenson s
Winnie Stevens. Vicky Pro**. Row I George. Palmer accompanied Mr. r i. .,
Quigley Martha Kazan. Lois and Mrs. Church on a visit to
Saunderson Dorothy Heagy and I'their daughter. Patsy Lee, who isis I !.uin.esaacw N antra eteMN Heal' i
'Judy Johotoo. a beitpittl m Hollywood n


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Saturday Prices( Good, May Thu 30 _; Sandwich Bread 2 14.0. M. 49c
I / Hamburger, Wiener Buns 2 ?*",',.29c Lemon Juice 6 Pack

.... French's Mustard 2 ;;;? 29 Roalamon. Brt. CQ32Ox. J7C- .
haen Fresh USDA Grads '
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LB 49c 39< Win or Match LIBBY'S Dttp Brown '
THIGHS DRUMSTICKS, WUhak a M>l. i 14-oz $1
BUDWCISIR In Smooth TOP Cant or BEANS Wild Uii*IMCWhk : 10
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111118' Potato Chips Twii Pack 49c


'A'"Completely I While Colored 70-tt.60-
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With $5 Or Moro Ord.rUnlimittd .
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Well Trimmed Bag 5
f' Low Caloric. and Cans .
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!2UND ROAST Lb.: 89cCRACKIN. GOOD PIES tT: Ss:: :: 31::LL$1 ,
-'' Pkg. S1.S9

1 .:GROUND BEEF 3 pLltb; 99 10Lb. Pk9. $2.99 MAYONNAISE I DEEP SOUTH a,. ,., 39. HIUMANN'I Qt. Jr 49 .. .

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5O EXTRA Krispy Crackers Llmagrands Roach Killer
.1 Now St I. Sol e
: TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS Pit ia. 31 _Con 19_ tc .. $129ILb.
With Tho Purchase Of loch Can -- -- -- -- r
With Tho Purchase Of Each Pkg.COPELAND'S
or DIRR'S SIAAIPS FISCHER 12.Oz. No Deposit Bill. ALE or
"All Moat" wntMNNAwN MuA IM/ .w
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WINAf.N1 pl. 10 ll.N. N NnJ Beer
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NNNIIr, 3 can 2.29 50 Extra StampsWho
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Low Price! Con i .r""..
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BOOTHS 10-01. '"" ""
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B-B-Que Fryers Lb. J7 Fresh Fruits & VegitobUsBananas THRIFTY MAID

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B-B-Que Spare Ribslb.l9 SUPERBRAND SHERBET or hebwlfll."n'ultll.""

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TilE S1UART ((l-1a.1> NEWS .+" t'iIlI' a .. ..Ave scar 'tNIPpPawrf. 'I'f' 11' ,,1It.,4IIi'I1!'. I III' ,"' / $1.- 'a I ...." '"

"i lIl"IIday.lay! U, 19M<< FOR RENT 3S FOR RENT OR SALE & SERVICES 63, SERVICES: OFFERED, i For Sale 90 i I Real Estate For Sale

r '" t.."? """ ,.;!;A4. aIN ,"*'14.,." "., .,.,, I I H f.tfM>* -" 1 I filla- "" .. '" (911)i. :!

& THIS SYMBOL NOW Renting 8 small one bedroom Jensen Beach 2 Johnson Dealer HAVE small I Bulldozer, building bts t in Palm BRAND new two bedroom \ I I :i
i Apt. Furnished, with tllo home Apply owner, William Complete Sales, Service Part. I Mower and Disc Will I ,. Will trade for late Broadway Section Many '
'*I MEANS. TI 1.IT bath screen porch, terrarzo floor Reinert, 210 Entrada Ave. selection of dependable Used cut tee' Fence posts t md : Call AT 7.1074. i teat S9995. low down (
insulated cathedral Ceiling, over St Lucie, Fort Pierce 5 28 ( ) *, Expert Factory-Trained for ask, Lawton VatI, tf ((90)) financing arranged. Art
READERS P.\Y TO READ looking 10'acre lake and county :::: CASA RIO BOAT A 7-1401 ( ) -- hi2 Colorado Avenue 5.28 ( ) ( )
YOUR ADS IN park Plent parking area. l.ow FOR Rent or Sale: 3 bedroom, SALES, Inc 440 Rt. 707 A ..... w w'. U..U I PRESTIGE I
price rental $5000 month I hath house located near Rio. AT 7-944. tf (63)) : North Fork St I Lucie EXTRA large CBS 2
Call AT 7-2714 after 12 noon PLANTS & SERVICES: I home Central heat
Walking distance grocery store In 2 bedroom". 1 PR bath bath
the hmd efuJ quire 1 he Seven C's Grocery Store tf ( ) MOTORS REPAIR. 1:1: II8I4 1 "1 iIW I U ,. heal COMPLETELY believe it or not a basement ) ( )
on U S. No I, one mile north lJ j "_ ED We have parts for aU E & R maintenance ; :I Awning window. ter softener too Awning
of St Lucia River. Bridges. If (35)( ) HELP WANTED makes. Can test your coil services and general names) fireplace and light terrazzo floors
.-- ... condenser Ulmer Motors Dial nonce;; : : I I' gurage.111 also include tchcn equ pmcnl. Florida I '
DIAL FOR rent 2 bedroom furnished mllW j """ "x. 7-3355 Your Friendly Dodge ing lots cleared spraying and and motor $23VX)00) ( aluminum awnings.",. The (} :! ( )

apartment, close in. $7*. Call FLORIDA Registered t U (63)) sprinkler, repairs and in ; I' tuulir. Realtor 729 is attached to the house. and
7.1550 287-1683 or 287.m,9. tf ((15)) for progressive growing reasonable Call 2872911 ; I Ave, Stuart 5.28 ((90)) enough to Include Idry, and :
ATlantic chain. Openings available in SALE: Complete I line I of Box' 927 ,' -- shop and has plastered walls
ATTRACTIVE cttlcicncy cottage, Lauderdale Fort Pierce, V e r Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, ( ) lot off St Lucie Lot No, h\ grounds and paved
To Place Your FAST SELLING Rio. Pleasant location within Beach and Stuart areas. Hardware. -ever-thing for PLANTS Sprinkler I'I Estates, 100x125 irca Also access to water
LOW COST WANT.AD easy distance of dock facilities, opportunity for advancement I boat. Whiticar Boat Works landscaping, !sod! Fastest t over $2,W( ). Lou Bock dock with deep water A LOT
Reasonable year-round rate. Call company benefits. Apply Mr I SewaO. tt ((63)) ing nursery in Martin N E. 27 Terr. )Pom YOUR MONEY. tI99XH( > .
AT 7.2583 after 5 pm or write gum Broward Drug Office, "" ../J. _!II'f IIWi""""l.' lean Nursery. Loop Road ( ) Fh 399-0204. tf(90)( ) 'md G. I tieilcr, Realtor 729 ('
NEWS WANT AI>S B. J. Ahhott, Star Routs, Jensen N W 6th Avenue, Tort Man'l & SERVICES 68 Palm City Af 71918 ( ) rado' Ave? Stuart 5.28 (\ ) : :! ( ( )

Beach Pla If I ((35)) dale. tf ( ) ,-- '......._-. ..", ". .. -... bedroom home; one
cents avera'geMlrd "'<'I '''' '''Vl'o..if' lot, Legion !
RAtE Five
: per MALE Help wanted for For Sale, Miscellaneous Easy terms W ,ro?..w '115a.1 '.qReal '
minimum charge insertion FURNISHFO S-room Sale: 25 1954 Silver Clipper
per apartment
$100 (for up to twenty Very clean Frost! proof refrigerator I reliable Farm Work in Experienced An aluminum house trailer Very ...........''I'\fe'' ...... 7-4880 or AT HeilhtS'1 : Estate For Sale 1190'

average words) Words in ALL New electric range Complete drcascns" Apply Flower Farm person. r h hI condition. Best offer. Tele TRUSSES, elastic ( ) WI> tMRrMMn _..nM"t''"r-m"rr.! .. 'NxNnM'1'
CAPITAL LETTERS, except first t privacy Adults. Call AT 70768 end Alhambra Road 5.28 ( ) AF 7-2237 tf ((68)) knee pads, anklets, etc a home that
word count as two words each. tf (15)( ) I Drug Corp. ( ) and contentment. 1

White space above" or below or bedroom unfurnished ALFARBOUTWFLL-- Dairy; .-Inc )two Mirlctte bedroom house. I Like trailer 41x10 Sell. love our discovery of 660' of river frontage on South Fork of

withio ad will be charged as the THREE house near Stuart post office Monterey Road Stuart Call 287.4575 new. MUSICAL INS. hed 3 bedroom 3 bath St. Lucie River, ;30 acres, including ap
cumber of words (five) that could liking applications for routemenAge heat and air con.
be printed in the blank line, or i anJ stores. Refrigerator and range 21.40 preferred Apply 5-28 ( 68)) Lowest Prices in for hculthy year round proximately 200 Royal Palm Trees, beautiful .
foS 287 1685 287
25 cents line $ per or 64 ( Enjoy the built-in view
per person retired or Bemi-retired grounds. Contact broker or
"Di+play/ CJa\ iCjed" recta on 5569 tf ((35)) couple. For sale, Cross. GUITARS DRUMS Lucie River and the ,your{
application MIDDLF-AGED couple I ORGANS of plenty of fruit every
Mobile Home, 48x10 with
RIVERFRONT home with pool to 12.unit citrus trees,
manage your own
for ads' for tent. Furnished or unfur. motel with pool Reasonable salary Florida room on owned I EASY TERMS i fact that "lived I
These are cash rate, Like Close a I ALBERT BROOKER
nice street new to'
nishcd. Call 287 0948. tf
and bedroom
furnished develops both beauty
brought or moiled to The Stuart apartment shopping center Well land.
Newt with payment, !If you are a Phone 2873181 MORITZ PIANO over the >tan If you
Stuart News mail Subscriber or are FURNISHED apartments on river 10 and 12 mornings 112 No. 5th Street this one. it is an easy. P.O. Box 2245, New Smyrna Beach, .Fla.
listed in the Stuart telephone directory 3 rooms and efficiencies TV without homestead Must be Ft Pierce, Fla Ph. to solve your housing i 5 ts (180)( )
you can place your ad by telephone and dock privilege. Driftwood 'TARY-Bool.keeper. I $29.000.0Terms.( \) Rol
< Hotel. 443 North Indian River days per week with possibility '. to be appreciated Call own. ( ) Realtor 729 Colo
Dial Atlantic 7.15 0 and 287 5W7. .
5 28
Drive Jensen Buch AT 7-2237. increase to 4-5 days weekSmall 'I. ((68)) 500 Shares First I
lay 'I want to place a want-ad. per Mortgage Stuart 1.28 ((90)) ,
tf ((35)) amount of typing required I -bedroom--- '55 model Extra art common stock SI.( ()(148)a. ._
... Shores Road 3 BR Waterfront Homes Acreage
.HIJJUMIiBBWiHMJjU- i ill i"iii| 11 for Salary will be discussed! at' interview clean $1475. AT 79894 ing price Phone AT 7.
COTTAGE rent Clean and
bathtub with
:1t carporte
Write Box R, c/o
Give your mall address | I comfortable SIS a week. Call News. 5.28 ( ) 5 28 ((68)) ( ) .B Q Large living
t well as your telephone number f 287-0902( after 6 oclock. tf (35)( ) '61 Honda. 50CC Cathedral ceilings. Large _
TB model 13 foot travel trail. I
in want-ad. The Stuart _
I your I HOUSEWIVES without clmon Jupiter 746 4969 ample cabinets and
f[,I News h a. hundreds oft FURNISHED efficiencies, monthor can earn SIO day experience cr $5<0. AT 7-5788. 5.28 ((68)) 5. ( ) Circular driveway on
out-ot state subscribers who j mason, utilities included Avon Cosmetics in ..III\J! \ I'-a .. lot. Full price $12-I .
t are your best possible' pros- I. Adults. Summer rates to November Write Avon Manager own I ...* Offered Misc. 71 I 1 am just what you want after 5 for app :,i-.r..
/ 1 1. South of Stuart AT 7-1950
I CjeaoL
sales and i/.Y8 friend,
for real estate ; loving companion
pads ; tf
2427 (90))
Vero Beach, (
( .
) ..
after .5 tf J [
rentals, boau,' help wanted, p.m ((35)) al1 ililllll watchdog Black and tan I Pw ,'
I'' gardening, trailers, and acre ' tees Employment Wanted Clinton and Lauson AIR 287.1309) ( ) waterfront lots $ "-
1,1 .. I East Ocean Blvd Any size ENGINES in stock and 1 :, ....._ ._._ .. ( Priced $100! under cur.
<"a''''r+ ? ''' 10' .. Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 E f_$Y_. _.m-.....-,, '" ,, .W"<< MM [ I
r.Mak Jj
and who know how Bicknell 235 tA '
to -
Ocean Blvd Phone 2872420 REFINED, mature lady them ULMER MOTORS Wanted lo Buy (Mhe) 5 1624, (i pOller'l( ) ; ft. t t :., ,yr
REGULAR CLASSinCATlONSiNumbers I .. !! __ ? 7': :: :' 0' 1.t.
6-4J35)( ) live-in position as companion "Dial AT 7.3335. Your Friend a '
( overt 100 refer to display ROOM modern furnished apartmciit housekeeper' Ph 597-2W\ ..P Dodge Dealer tf ((71)) WANT the best price for 'I frontage with depth
Box 159 Indiantown 6 4 ( ) Heart of Stuart Ex "Service Means So.jIuch". ,
classified adi, Vhich appear Ceramm tile hath kitchen Tank car? Call lack Bruiel! '
after (he end of the sm iller ads, in and dinette Class-enclosed shower, ,,....'i"mmmmmmiiHi. !<.irBiwlneie t a'a COOKE'S Septic 1214 MerKie Motors, Inc ) for .restaurant or
ice anJ Also business An excellent
numerical order Be to look wall\ to wall Spaetous t Cleaning repairing ,,. .. .. .
turn carpet Opportunities fields and laid. nags ( '1"1"" ,( ( 29% down.
repaired re
"In both places) ground with' Off street .
patio park.
: .... '
: v -aawr tw "'" AT 7-08Jt) ATTVR62! tilt( ) REAL ESTATE FOR ) Luedtr Realtor, 72? I
Must be be ,
I ing wen to apprecl CEMENT and lumber -- .. ", ,, Ave. Stuart. 5 28 ((90))
FOR RENT 35-135 alcd $75 per month Riverdale plant ALIGNMENT and TIRE an 4MMMMS *a<:( <( --- SEW ILLS POINT AT 7-1777
FORRFNTORSALH 38-138 Apartments, 667<< Cleveland Ave including block plant a n BALANCING with Bear Equip FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 OUT OF STATE OIJ tf (leoi
WANTED TO RENT 40-140 I See Mrs Murray, Ncisncr unch- lure conveyor, Or will rent by trained mechanic will pay terfront Ion 1 Hi,h n architecture home .
eonette, or Mr, Murray, Democratic 2874133. tf ( ) : itself in tire wear We have the Sacrifice I at $29 a toot, I I12 baths. mod _
HELP WANTEDEmployment 43-143 Headquarters! 3| E Ocean Blvd. I, ''IMI'n fl r .wrw and men. Your friend. 2595. ( ) living room with fire. I Ii
: WantedBusbies 48-148 Call AT 7.0992 or AT 74746tf SPECIAL NOTICES Dodgo dealer ULMER MO room Florida room

Opportunities 50-150 ((35)) '.. ....... JI: or Dial AT 7.3353. tf (71)) There are two kinds of I '\' floors, Central
LOST& FOUND 53-153 -the Arabian camel rconditionmg. Two
FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished Johnson
ALCOHOLIC A 0 N Y M 0 U THe and Marble. .
its buck, and Guest t house Lot 99 R. V.
SCHOOLS 54-154SPECIAL house ]Indian River one hump on
on meets at 8:30 p.m. every Wedtesday W H Wagner Co AT 7-4880 Bactrian camel' :, which has tt view of Indian
155 Point. Yearly $125) month i .
NOTICES 55- per at the Community AT 7 1696 tf ((71)) five minutes to beach

USED CARS 58-158NIW Call 287.2197, tf (35)( ) fensen Beacb, For information Sr eWbC1'aw "r' Phone AT 7-3332
tf (
: CARS 60-160 TWO bedroom furnished i
garage "
) RENT 33S + ;; la(-1"" (b A aA "a
BOATS& SFRVICFS: 63183SRAILF.RS&SF.RYICF:960188 apartment. Clean, cool, com }VANT the best price for vour car .Employment Wanted Miscellaneous 178 I FIRST FEDERAL BLDG 6)
"T' 4 Tr.aat"
stable. Close in. Reasonable 't< iI't'
: Call Jack Druid at 287 1214 ...
I Services Offered Misc. 71-171 rent .619 East Fifth Street or call Merkle Motors, Inc. tf (SS) ,i 'a' ...' '!Il .I"'" "" 'It"" AT 7.3366NOV
AT 7 1756. tf ((35)) t" f" SITUATIONWANTED I 1
'or Sale, Mistvlluneouit 78-1711 TWO-/bedroom /furnished apart !unity for the right man to dou40 : : .'\ COT., TUP
Wanted To Buy (.Misc:.) 81-181 mcnt All electric built-in kitchen his present earnings. Call I t + POSITION Will! --- '+ YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM; i j
MOVING& SIORAGE 84-184 from Clean new High attractive School, School one block age Clark. AT 7-0143() tf (SS ) SmSMVM: : I ir FIVE LOVELY 3 BEDROOM I, 2 BATII I ,

Real Ivkbilc For Sale 90-190 children acceptable. Call anytime WF will not /be responsible SUPERVISOR! \ HOMES PRICED AT $16,500) with
Real Estate Wanted 96-196 AT 7-0606 tf ((35)ATTRACTIVE ) debts incurred by anyone CAL AND ) RIO
t ourClveSherman C Veazie Srnnd TRA1>F4 monthly payments as low.as $"--lOO.
1'Jit'r"IU' : > ,' .... ."..t... efficiency apartment Virginia Vcazie 6.4 (SS) Write Box (', c/o Sluart MOTOR SALES, lie.
Ground floor Near hank, TOT plf! AT T-OM4
FOR RENT 35 schools and park Call AT 7-2693 GET professional; carpet. 528 ( ) I Ulnl) I

...,..."" ,,, t <,'f'O! tf (35)( ) results rent Blue 1 Wire' Electric -- -- ----.-- No. l- RAND NEW on 75 x 100 tree
Carpet Shamnooer $1 ""'- : "
FIREPROOF warehouse 240Q! shaded lot with smartlystyled, range-
aq THREE rooms and bath, attractively day Ilartman-I eighton Fur n I 1 RAH.IRS 4 SERVICES 168 ,
ft W mile outside limits
".' at $50- a month Call AT city! 7.1014. furnished Minutes to true 5 28 ( SS) C. ?. equipped kitchen, and large; airy rooms.
shopping center and town Rent$7f ... .. fiAKT OCK*" R017t.\IT: U.
,;l tf ((35)) per month includes water and, .mu [ .. aTUARTLORIDA Terrazzo floors. Car port. Sodded la\vn.

TWO bedroom furnished central gas heat AT 7-0164() USED C\R.S& TRUCKS .... .. AP..R1''J1lII'T.! Self-Contained & Semi-Self.Contained
merit for rent in North River '.28 (35)( ) AtBlpMSa'tila+',MatraslaNpak''MINa"' ''WIiIII! a HnniMft ."TH'RI"'FI.F.lIo""n

,)j Shores $125 monthly year around THRFE room furnished apartment '63 Ford Galaxie door hardtop 8111..0..0\.10 R"TE'001 RT* REVELLA PICK-UP CAMPERS No. 2 3, and 4, under construction, giving

Call 287.3547. tf ((35)) Tctaz Apartments, corner competitive car 427 V. TV LOINOBMrathly. ,, }'ou an opportunity to choose your inter. '
Akron Avenue and West Sth Street Engine I speed floor shift.Clean .
FIVE room ae>**Nl r Y.'J'
apartment completely color scheme. All with
"' tor terrazzo
Priced below $2495
Walling distance to all stores AT
furnished Second floor 700( W. T. PAGET, Mgr. rI
South Federal Huy 287.3325 or 7-0439. tf ((35)fURNISHFD ) 287.42X( (). Mr Bowden 5.28 ( ) nui t AT r.aeea tf Mil z floors, beautiful kitchens and diningarea

287-1297. tf ((35)) apartment for rent. 1958 Ford convertible, new top I 1 1I 1w Charming woodsy arcs '

CLEAN furnished] efficiencies Good location. Two large rooms )power steering. Good cond lion
weekly I monthly 1 or yearly) and bath. AT .7.2782 5-28 ((35)) 417 Camden Avenue Stuart. (' EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS I

Adults, 211 Colorado 1 Ave? 287.: TWO bedroom furnished house. 287-5186 evenings. 528 (< ) No. -CBS 5 years old \ti jth built-in range,

4837. 6-11 ((35)) near river. Palm City $liO plus 1960 Ford Starliner Hardtop. Radio I i I ". refrigerator Westinghouse washer
TWO bedroom house, furnished utilities Call AT 7.2111 528(35)( ) power steering
transmission, good body and tires ON 'I Excellent location on landscaped lot. '
Carports large living room, elec.
PLEASANT one bedroom .
cottage Motor and transmission in A 1 !
tric kitchen tile bath Very clean. for rent Within walking distance condition. New upholstery & THE ST. LUCIE Large rooms, including family room.
Call AT tf
((35)) of all stores, Also i: Apartment value, $1.180. Ioan value, $700Will
III f In Port ScwaU. Call AT 75892 sell for $990, or make offerPhone *. Md leo-roont efficiencies.

I II : tf 1(35)( ) 287.2648.28 ( ) Spacious eluded ground I OR BOTTLFD: GAS FOR THE CANNY INVESTMENT

GOING North must sell Parking Lot. Boat Dock. AIII buy, wit trade for or accept on consignment: "' your wed BUYER: Furnished twO'bedroom house,
STUART RIDGE APARTMENTS Brook wood V-8 Chevrolet Station Shuffleboard TV and Lounge I trailer.
and 4 rental units air-conditioned. Income
"An Address of Distinction'FOR Wagon. One owner, ,
WANr ADS RENT Furnished and car, low mileage Good tires.PoweraliJe Week Month Year I Come Out and See Sandy's Vacation from the 4 units, winter season only .
transmission, For FuJI Filled Economical
624 ST. IUCIE CRESCENT Specials a $3,00000 Large wooded grounds. A real
Air-conditioned two-room Btu- brakes, steering. Excellent condition .
DO THE JOB! dio year round at low summer 287.2058. 5.28 ( ) STUART, FLORID I Vacation I buy at 1990000.

G 287-0106 rate) Adult only Phone ''- = w gNwb' ."", Telephone 2879812 i USED CAMPER[ with TRUCKfor [ I
F. E. WOOD, Manager
6.11 (35)) sale trade for
tf (til) or car I
'4NaTwalM&1K '''III:''' ww \ '' I IrJ' IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE

IN One Stuart bedroom- across, !kitchen from school living ,...............'.\'W r '" h- Travel Trailers Special Clearance! I' .

and dinette Newly a d 10 > 64 1964 MODFL MOBILE HOME ONE LEFT, "\
ble I floors, Furnished, $nrinl; : ding COMPANY? SPECIAL PRICE i i ;
ut lilies. Before 10 am or WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN! Sandy win accept can. or other Items In trade : Johnson
after 7 p.m. 287.5055. 5-28 ((35)) Call na and stop worrying'!! Reasonable rate tad an atmosphere' ONE USfD 8 x 36 MOBILE HOME: t.XIRA MCEBVRGUN '' R. V.

CUSTOM-MADE trailer in trailer I that will wrpaa aU but your owi PRICE t

park, Couple (infant accepted I CALL MARIE kIRK, MANAGER REALTORAT

>, Clean. Reasonable, Towering 1 Now Avalfeble for Your Sleeping Comfort! I SANDY'STRAILER -
ATlantic 7.1550 Pines Trailer Park 287.3093 after | Niagara Cyclo-Massage Units In Our Beds 733666.B
Dial 5 p.m.. 528 (35))

ONE hoax, unfurnished. Southwind 1'Motel' PARK & SALES WI
the family i lAGi! l I IIAYs
for ;
and Adults only, Available June 15 3aT-1Tag
Rent $100, Call at 308 Washingten i Jt U.S. NO. 1 STUART TELETHON( 287-0773 1 !MDe North of. Stuart ma US. 1 RfI' '. ,''e
Coral Gardens Smart tf (Hi) I to '
Avt. Iris
& .. ...., S.'I nut I
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.'" arspc i ,. '".--' '"... ear I THi; SIUART. Itloeklal NF.IS5 Jhnrsday. May-:";,1964-7:B

I"\--... .eMe.a ....... x+...ser .,' a.r I .. ... ......- Fiftieth Anniversary i of Stuart to Be Observed

- Split Level House on WATERFRONTFurnished Plans for Fourth Parade Are Pyramiding I ITwcnt

Waterfront Lot 2 Bedroom IVi Bath Home Central Ural, Florida

Room <, ntf- Boat IIIId Mol<.lf included $2'.500. \two persons turned out sign up and! their Chamber of day' activity was volunteer! I by vln Jr., Port Salerno dnmhci'
For the t first planning meeting for Commerce promised to back then." Mr, Anita Derek MM Kathy Commerce.: Mm Marvin H
3 Large Bedrooms, Florida room 2 Baths, the annual fourth oi lids Pttwdvaponsored up with other entries A wish wan Footer l n d when Inn "txitrirnic I'f,) United Daughters ot Con
Carporte and Utility Room i i't h hv Suian ( lumber of tvpreiwed from thrffKfnl to pageant featuring principally children I fuikrat; Mayor Ray lookc Con/
w open ROLAND G. LUEDER Commerce P'niw' I for: ,ir afl: cnun'i work alt the diy'i events in the of the eommumiN! Dunk i at. Slunrl: W. R !Scott Ronny Nevm '
porch, front and rear. Water on street side ty eenlWert cMiknilerm.1 as Port Sa' area into one program to obtain brifht skits and numbers" were| and! Mn Kotaleen Murrax
of home, water other side. llsriV.; entered! a numtHtn '''"11111C mn\imum publiiitand participation ouwned The time and place will Stuart (hnmher of omnieiic
Just 100
yds. RF\I IOR be worked kilo the schedule when I'
with at lead'' liiSiHind inns' 11.,1'1 John Huahet of the Natiomiikmiird
from beautiful St. Lucie River entirch! for themooRE !Mudicd by the committee 1
with unobstructed HoSiouis 'soh' lord II' Something new I04# h Transportation Com
'DIAtTnD'1\Ai'i: rifl 729 ('OIOR\JO ,\\''FM: :F --- -- Keen interest was shown in theciiy'i Fort Pierce, telephoned! 'n
view of Port St. Lucie Country .,."...._ .. u ..... U Jl 4. .. pam
'' fiftieth ann"1I1rhtrv.- 1,1\, olfer a parade/ entry of a colas'guard
STVRI'1' 7.1156
Club. Located in Seagate Harbor, across 'I MAY ::24'3O"4, : I \1. FSTA1E FOR S.tEE191 ante and originnl, Hloas came in and 'twenty vehicles Nav,
street from r. '. """. r. .=a ., -p, ,,"""Ii thick and fist tor emphasising and! Marine: units alto arc expetleil.
Lighthouse Point. I '" thlt I lie I .II\ cckbration on the I Participants will he notified ,u
"" ''rth. mother planning. meeting earls
New 3 Bedroom i I Mayor Ray Cooke In overall June Orguninlionsj fimav >
Home uith 1''L" baths FOR SALE3M1LESOFLOXAHATCHEE in
IIigh\\a Frontage $29. per foot chairman for the fourth icKhra- enter the parade h\ tclcphonmg
corner lot, in Jensen. Low down pa>mcnt. Choice Acreage, 10 to 100() Acres $-195. per donillium K Scott i is partite I the (hiimlxT >M i ,iniinemoil
chairman and Jack! Ilirtmun j n ice.
acre. chairman of the fiftieth :
W. H. WAGNER I wry program lI1n"er'l Smokry Saytt
3 Bedroom Home on 20 Acres $12,950.00 "Present .atVedncvl
AT 74880 AT 7.1696 RIVER FRONTAGE meeting were: John Rams, Martin, : 1 'SMULtEEPUNMW1U. '
County( Civil Defense: Robert" .
-. J' (flflb I OHara, Sea r l'lorcrhII' 405, GAdW 6K,1 '
-- -' -- -- .-- -. -- .- 360 ACRES MM Ivy Murlon md Mrs Barbara I IRE K KFPr y
Ann Un.J\Cv. National Hoc OUTS
well.estahlished local business. l I rclorie Association: ( hurlcs nm iMimunoN( Write (0 .
liven, HaroU Johns Post 6J
Pay for inventory only! American legion and! Mrs 1'it I /en.
BUY A HIGH DRY VINCE NELSON I Anna Miller Circle R ".0 Elks.
Require Around 2000000. Sorry, No Phone Infornmlion Colonel, A. II Divisson, World! I ly
on Mils One PLEASE: TAIL FOR APPOIYIMrNI.: BOX 122, JUPITER, FLA War I Barracks and Veterans j/l'/ lJy
1 PRINCIPALS: ONLY: Council, Jack 'l-ucus American I pl
RESIDENTIAL LOT a fun legion! Post 126 and! Mrs. limn.MM. !
I Ask Us You'll/ lie Glad Von Did I Anita Derek: Mrs Kathy ,
I ___________ ___ --I II Foster: W. I. (Unman, li' S CoastGuard r p
Auxiliary; W I', Murfm.

For As $500 :/)0 O'Kellu I\ SALE IN HOBE SOUND lIme coerce:Sound Bill Newv(dumber>"me, town of Com manager .
Little As Scwalli Point; Veal. 0 tol- Kefp the amall Issue growlrgtTIIINKI

I -....-. .- -- ,. ., .
and Co mpany subdividing _. -- 1... i. "
20 Acres of high, dry land, ready for
Build and Live TOTAL PRICE 900 Colorado Ave* (across from 1st National Bank) REAL fSUn: FOR SUE 190.s'si .

.._ ____. ..... .... po.II .
AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280 AT 1. l2tI into n two street development. .r. 7"':'" ---m!(:''rv"\"nrowerh "xlrv"r i

--' '" "
First Avenue depthof or: -- --
has)0' -
a -- '
Property on ''I
is located about 3000' from the
1292' It

i new school, by car it is two minutes from :3Q 1'1'
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SEE REALTOR I the beach and .hopping. -
(Next to The Prescription Shop) ARBOGASTREALTOR Call or Write: I 1'1'
tt (1901( C. B.

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252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0HO 420 Royal Palm Way Phone 852-3743 REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE II

I ..... <111/i< I S ;s t/e..,

Beach, Florida AT 7.1411 : LOT *


L'jresexlsZ. .,. GIAD \OU'RF BVCk-A resale of one of the biggest. | best The Miracle Mile! In Stuart? Yes!
yacht' basin lots In exilufclte North River Shorn loti|>li link
for the present owner who can't use It. BUT good lutk for the FOR SALE I
Contract Has Been Signed (for new owner who run. Almost 21)0) ft. waferfrontace. terrific /lll.va Slice of What Will Become a
view! Terrific Buy! OM.V $6,000. '
200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful'
Water to Hutchinson Island Broad St. Lucie River Miracle While Prices Are Low. These

HOMES Are Close to the City Limits I17S1

1. 100 Feet OCEAN TO RIVER- Within City Limits of Stuart
I 600' UA No. I $50 per front foot
Paved Road I IghN and Telephone Price 111 STRANGER! Welcome 10 Stuart. You will enjoy :Martin Water I 660 I 600' U.S. ISo. I $60 per front foot
$16,500.00.J County living in thk lovely completely: furniMwd" home-Beautifully City 495 Acre on U.S. No. I Only' $475 per Acre
manicured lane-100x200' lot-1'wo Bedrooms-Two Buth Florida Home .
An Original 3000' V Ii. No. I Irreane( ) ASK US.
Sliding Glut J),,,," to the Screened Forth 522fHl.!!< )
2. 200 feet OCEAN TO RIVER Well Kept and Spacious You name Your. own terms on the above,

V\F DIDNT KNOW SO M\NY VAIUES could he packed Into Cottage
Concrete Dock 'In Indian River protected beach Nice Guest
-Price $55,000.00. one house at the price of $13,590Read for )oorself limit IOR THESE: AND OHIfR REAL KSIAlr': l v.: nUNn:
In 1960 ('BS Awningindowf Two Bedroom One Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. (
Bulh flo ida Room Palln Two Pump I:ndrrgroiinilSprinkkrv TNSIJI
3. STORE BUILDING FOR LEASE I Krus1 Tree Water Right. fur jour bout Well Landscaped With

Iinniuuible in every way! Lawns and Many
Good; location 1800 nqiiure feet on term 'lease Large
-Formerly "MjcyV Only $15000 per month. Beautiful Trees and Plants M. P. NELSONREAL
GROWING P.tS4laok at this one nYE Bedroom -
FOUR Bath library/ living Room Dining Room -
4. IN JENSEN HIGHLANDS 17 x 20 anal A Lot 184 2<44* .I.olul $39,750. Priced To Sell $$29,950.00

A brand new CB 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Home Sea Your Agent or Phone ASSOCIUF.Si HUN: NHAON, M. R. (RUNNY) NFLSON
Terrazzo Moors 8n.It. Lot on Paved Street THIS DOFSVT HAPPEN OFTFN You can own a homeIn 7-2607 AT 1.3232 325 F. OCEAN BLVD. STUART, IT.ORIDA Phone $ oMemhen
SI. I.ucie Estates" large 130'} treerilledM Two Bedroom AT .
Two Bath'* Spaclow Uvhig Room I Dining Room _. . ..- .. -- AffoR WEEk MUI11PI
large Florid Room I Douhle Car Carport True Value -- - D IISI1NG! SFRVICE

WATERFRONT at ... ... $22,000. MAY. ._ !1 2430. "" .., ,. "'AI

One Bedroom House on Indian River with Riparian I ON THE ST. LUCIE RIVER -- .
Right Furnlhhed Room for other unit I :
Only $8,950,00.PHONE See NORTH RIVER SHORES I 100 Ft. OF RIVIR FRONT, 500 ft. deep one M Am .hdiiiln CONSFRUCTION
NORTH RIVER FOREST I a C.B.S. HIHIM with Studio," lining Room Until Mid SAM RHODES INC

287-1411 or 287-4144 RIVER RIDGE I I\11\'hn-'r& Porch and Utility Rrwrm-$14,500.00-Owner
will curry mortgage.
K rc
SK\"' ''F. WIGHTS: AREA r:.tra Large 2 Bedroom, 1H itr

IR A ALTORW} ;, EAU Rlvi EK l Bath Good, Florida TemM.ON .Room limited Garage; New Hnme $11,009.00. } Diiri"4r( +' x11" 311r

MAY 24 3p;A; r.M.All: '::3. l! .

111 flee bee (rte/ 1 IIP.WATT R-New Howe, t Bedroom 1i Bath,ScreenedPorch. !
.. oikf Air Conditioned $12,1150.00. Very Good Term.
I .( .it"
IIIGIIW\Y FRONTAGE 170 ft on US. I, South ef Smart, ,I r- IJ'
I 600 fl. deep, buy now $50.00 per ft. ?\ lJ 't I+
C. O. RAINEY Realtor 1 I CCs 5 I I3't1

A'Rf.\C Wetf of Turnpike, 10 Acres with 660 ft froiil. .

im loaf Road. Mlrt ,tract, $11,250.00. Term

ACHt:AGE Fsl ol Twnplke.(" Arm, high end dry, 15,1100.00 The
I. PORT S"WALL-Cllhlom Built 2 Bed- 1. 84S ACRES 011 South fork St LadeRiverh000' I. 'OM"f.Rn\L IL1LDI'IG rna Fast A('Rr:,\GE-I'rontoge on VR. 76, I Acre or ..... Valley ForgeIN
room. 2 Bath Walk to CoIf Connie, WIIter lronluce-IIM 111- Ocean Boulevard 5 Rental Unit. _
$270500. cellrnt Develop l JIOf"'lbWtIa. Good reborn 11II hvmtmenl Milke offer. LEGION HEIGHTS, Jensen BeachL


Central Air COftdtlonln1 and Heal 2. '35 ACRES Located East of Turnpike 2. nSIDSG CAMP 011 South Fork S6Eeandfally
la.d.c.pel Geed MoreNear V.5. I-Prlnd to StD U75. per Lack River 6 Rental Unto. Restau. 2 BATH ROOMS
2 .4.-, Ilvktg.Dl.hg Rue_ and Acre nnf-\lotor and BaN Renhh. Price Q
Klkhe-ao.t Shelter ..d II' Lot 1-em Than $0,000.00. ESTATEJim DOUBLE SIZE CLOSETS
200' a 450'-Nnr Golf Conroe A\kInc 3. 326 ACRES Bordering him CIC7-RJpe o
$92,110O. fw S.b Dlvkior.. J. 2'"' OS SOUTH V. I 3 Bedroom Whitehead FULL DINING ROOM I
3. Four IleclroolM-2 Bathe 36' Florida Have 300 Mango Tree. Yau.gRemLido K
B.rbecoe-Near Scboo a COMMERCIAL RENTAL ALSO OF. Tr.-I. aD over 9 Acs.-Prked Low ASSOCIATE BREAKFAST BAR
-PrIc. $24,500. flCE .... Oio J BEDROOM IIOVSE at $30,010. 630 COLORADO AVE. PHONE AT 7.2440

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KITTY KINDRED,daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Henry barren Kin Ie STAMPS JANE P\RMR" z.nl1l ILECIRIC: : MOIOR
dred,won the Good Citizenship Award given by Halpaliokce Chapter With tblt' C :: National I Pickle Week!
PAR In Martin County High School She i is president of the I IN CALO ATPOTATO BARBECUE
Beta Club, chaplain of the senior class, National Honor Society and IXG lab. 1 Ib. M\V2I-30 $Q99
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Student Council and first lieutenant of the senior bund She plans I i VOOlt cam CHIPS box PICKLE PATCH FRESH PICKLE; only
to attend High Point College In High Point, N. C, and to work I .. Good thru "t., M.y 3O MU. 8.30.M pinl' GRILL
toward a degree in religious education in preparation to holding ituoR-i U'OI, NR Bottler,,,, Garden Sid 4 JIII'8 79 the position of director of Christian education in a Methodist I.:; !SPECIAL! ANN:' PAGE CREAM 0.-.
Church r :--h ----.u---------- m Beer or Ale 12 buttle; $169 l Mixed ALL CRISP Pickles SNEEr Mushroom\ Soup2 IOS:.iT 29c

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DAR Honors Mrs. Homlar/ ; I 25 Extra{ PLAID II I Special! Ann Page Peach, Pineapple or Apricot ALL CRISP KOSHER SPECIAL! DEL: MON1L LIGHT MEAT:

I I, Reviews Liberty AmendmentAt I with tbU Ou,o.STAMPS u4 rupdiM d I Preserves H 3ji;!::' 79c Dill Pickles 'j:' 33c Chunk Tuna 3 6clT::; 89C

the May meeting of Halpatiokce -I pealed Thia includes estate and BI ACK 1 k nA, New Low Price! White I House Evap.
Chapter DAR held in the lilt taxes which would be repeal PEPPER bMlk 29
community room of the First National ed at the same time.
Bank on Friday night, Mrs He stated that over 700 federal Frozen Food Stock-up Sale
P, L. Steelman presented the regent agencies compete with private enterprise MILK
Mrs. Harvey Homlar, with without constitutional authority
a DAR pin in recognition of her and are involved in insurance A & P Quick Frozen Family Favorites
patriotic and religious work during electric generation and transmission UeyKiJslMah'emYouwlfl .
the past year railroads, warehouses,
Kitty Kindred, winner: of tic welfare I programs: ;:, transportation 3 OZI SQccans FORDHOOK LIMAS ..... 2 49'
annual Good Citizenship Award and oilier businesses. He said .... ... .. bug
0 in Martin County High School, these programs are not authorized
was introduced to the members by the ('on titution. They consume Hill's Home Frozen WHOLE OKRA 4'Yk6: :: 69c
and told about her plans for the, enormous quantities of our A T TEN I T ION !
future I tax dollars and upset the natural

; Mr.Linda and Mrs McClure Dan, McClure daughter, win.of' factors at involved work in.If the two-thirds various Industries of( a ,. 0+ t A & P STORES WILL BE Rich's Frozen COFFEE RICH.. .. ........ ... ... ,pint, 19c
the states (thirty four) apply to r
net of second prize in the Iloritla *
DAR to essay the members contest, and was read presented Congress amendments for for the a Constitutional purpose, of Convention proposing lr 4 ? OPEN SATURDAY FROM Sunnyfield Frozen WAFFLES .. ......... :ST lOc

triot her,,essay Alexander on 'An Hamilton American;I i Pa I must cull the' convention Congress. It then FRUIT OR JUICE 8:30 A.M. 'TIL 6. P.M. 'IO '
sends any amendments to the states Birdseye Frozen GREEN PEAS 4 : 89ch11EZ1ES
Speaker for the evening was for ratilicution In either case, pkgs.
For }
William A Berry, owner of a three.fourths of the states must our ConvenienceSPKIVL }
lumber firm in Winter Haven who amendments
ratify any proposed laaam'all
spoke on the Liberty Amendment The measure is currently pending Simply paper cup whh your fa.-
and showed a film relating to it. in Congress as IIJ Kec 23 introduced mite canned fruit or fruit juice Place wooden ; JANE; PARKER DH.ICIOtS: SAVE AT A4PI I
Ho substituted for Alfred Nil- by Congressman James or plastic spoon hi center of cup for handle, e '(
ton who was unable, to IIrrearbecaubC B. Ult of California: and pliue In freezer or Ire tray nectlon of refrlgrrator ;: 100
ti of illncM! Over 6KX( ) orgum/ations have
He urged that the till frozen Slip off paper cupsand : JANE: PARKER SPICE CAKE DULY AIL FLAVORS
study resolutions of
everyone passed support
Constitution of the United States These include service clubs patriotic FRFEZIES are QUALITY utI! SPANISH BAR "br29c' ;: DOG FOOD 3 rl;:b, 25e :
i and the Bill of Rights and definedthe I t I orgimi/utiont' politicalclubs A&P OUR IINESr J
Liberty Amendment which stipulates labor unions, trade associations '
that: ((1)I) Federal business medical! associations and Fruit Cocktail Mr 27cAIX : : DVMSII FT:-.Far QUVUIY ? .
activities i that are not authorized by others It passed! in the House PECIANJANERINGR :'ai-n'SSc CORN OIL 55c
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the Constitution t i shall be sold baekto In Tallahassee last spring but died UHL ... quart Help Keep ,
the public within a three-year In committee in the Senate fT\ : : :
: America
period; ((2)) at the end of the three. The next meeting will be the inks 52 s s0' 69c 'WHEATFBREADA KFD2 Strong
income year period tax'(t the the I6lh federal amendmentto personal Mrs annual Ivan picnic Taylor on Mrs June Frank 16 Fogs with CUPS J I louvre 33c TOMATO JUICE 3''qcans' -Ul. 89c Save re/Jularl1l1vith

the Constitution) shall be re- and Miss Lillian Fume as !.es.Ii. Dixie Cups pkK 35 c U.S. SAYINGS BONDS

l' Excellent Conservation Book IDEAL \\OODIN lA-ct pkg. Fresh Northern Long Green Fresh Western Iceberg

Spoons .. 2pS15c

J An Addition to Library HereAn Sunshine 1O-oz. e ASPARAGUS LETTUCEMinute

III nit rn.irLi.uv ..... 2ge (
excellent coiMrvatum: book It graphically illustrates t h acrisis :: K. .. .... .
for youngsters!, "((ln rvatioll and 1 I in''conservation caused! by Maid FroenRIG. UofIl. s' ... :
You" by Allen S. Hitch and Mar LIMONADE: : : ,2 cans 451 ,;. \ ':;".
increased! air and water pollution \
ian Sorenton, has just been added :Minute !Maid Kro/cn 6.na, .s .. .
Martin to the County conservation Public library shelf of I I manufacturing radioactive materials wastes! disposal and!( !widespread of. PINK Minute: LEMONADE!Maid! rnxcn ........ 2 cans boa 25e \...., .:,,": ,;\. '"" :.' :i"\! ;. 2\/2\ Lb. Bunch 59c HEAD 19

1 Company Published, Inc by? D Princeton Van Nostrjnd, N. J Best of use all of, the dangerous book shows pesticide'what ILMONVDEMIRVCLE ...... .. ..... 2 filM. 25 e '::;' : r
t this comprehinsive and well-illustrated ? action we can take in neighborhoods 1 Ib. no '
volume would make an excellent schools and communities MVRGVRINIIncle ; ... carton' OOC
text book for school: use Suggested; (practical projects are BonnCONVER1E1) RED RIPE IIOLIDAY I FAVORITE TOP QUALITY 25-lb. Average
or as a jilt to bung! nudirtThe uttered for individu; school clui. ( : :
authors cite vivid historic sea or stoup groups at any age level.1sDICKSIIOP Gulden Rise" RICE6:1: : WATERMELONS jumbo size 89c
I eases to show how ignorance of BISCL1ISSilver : .
conservation has SKSSION ,
brought- uln and
FOR CirY (),\RI) Cow 1J.n. o&.
they desolation! give since warning ancient thut tunes today. and we The City Commission will holda VAPl\IILK: .. :: .... 3 ram 45 e PRICES IN Tins AD GOOD THRU S.\1 RIMY, MAY 30.
face even grayer problems if Chicken of the Mil Solid 6{J-'
workshop !session on Tuesday
to preserve not only our wildlife June 2. at 7:30: p.rm at City Mall. \\1II1EALD.\'ORE1UNA can 43c BLEND D t Save Only Plafti'Stampe
and wilderness! areas but also to study Planning Advisory Board Llplon1EA J6 fur
the delicate balance of nature 0111 proposals for rczonmg .on four BAGS; .. ... ... ... .... 27e iscsatLaCa fcase seaco ; i
which our own survival depends S. 1 1PEPSICOLA I. : ENRICHED ; maaC.


BOTTLERS'JI850000 BABY 8 \iur FOOD 89c 1 ATA&P Es qj ic 971 South Federal Highway, Stuart, Fla. ,


Ellfry bleak In way tartot IPtpil I Path DM Ctltr! :oo COUNT Uie 61 072ply c- UroUNT43c. J'Pilllo6-0&49c bottle 35c j '.'bottle.. -&. 35c 'IZoi.cira 48c8


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1 "i. I I ,i, i.l, 1.1\<, "i. Inmpuld ML SIUART (FloiWa) NEWS
I I ',. ,...,,'1111' Supplms I, 01 I the '....cwl.lle I hiirsday., Mjy 28, 1964_I:t'
Garden Club InstallsAt ,," \ I'lIhh."I ,' IXpitl !
1("''ii i m' ...n ,'UOlt I lu end pllengep !! I When Nevada was! admitted loI
: MYRTLE WHITMAN, Corrapondeit AT 7-17W I I .i. h"I' of I gus eonla nmg the II I t hi Union in 1864 the entire
_tr .I,\ will, plow( under fluorescent I Stale Constitution was telegraphed -
LuncheonMeeting I( hi io" \pose invone Mho diverts I to Washington" at d cost ul
bsert'e Birthdays The party was held at the homeof I ,II I", e.I' I It. pawls i ears. I I $141677I'XSP ,
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Mr. and Mn Tommy F. Woods' 1 of koinin when thcl'orl.h"
The installation luncheon |" u"up
1, triple birthday celebration 109 Arch Street. Jensen Beach Garden Club was experienced. for Ihe lust I m,".", ,hi t'l COAST COLLEGE
IK Id on Thursday evening, Other guests attending were: held at Port St. Lucie Country art ot eeirsugte.making undci. he SUMMrR 1 O.UVRUR BrGINS JUNE 1.8
|14 tor guests of honor Mrs. Mrs. Emily Ewing Mrs Chester I Club on Wednesday May :20, tutelage ol Mrs. \Vilher
ird Taylor Mrs. Frank Harp The officers installed Meetings of the Garden ( ub' WhBiisinisit. (College l..1.I'W'I ((6 ale to 15 nionlhA''' )
p and Harry Vorrath, whose Duryea, Richard Taylor Mr. and | following Mrs. Jennings were : will be discontinued! 1 tin I the Only Practical. Snhjiita Serntarlul!
days all occurred on the same Mrs. Dale Suits Miss Marge Cat by Harry .
Mrs. Calvin Wtlber president, summer monthsAttend Shorter I line to Prepare Accountancy
a tcr, and Miss! Eleanor Vorrath. I Mrs. J. N. Bragan, first! vice president Fully Qualified Faculty Bmlncw Adniiiiktrullonlirklptt .
I ; Mrs John Roman, second ''l Slmlern'leaching Methods ('
vice president: Mrs Charles l UCWConference 4'j .\ir.I imilllloiifdOii !Spcedwrlllng Greegi or
here this emblem h displayed, you are II Munch third vice president; Mrs.. J\ ( > and l:>eniii|{ ('kWMiiKJIM !\Ia'hlnChorthllnd! !

\assured of the finest insurance servicein (I I Charles; Mrs.Wheeler Jack Kuhn. recording, corresponding !tccrctury !. : .I'u,nwn' I'luH Real Lkluta' (!Sulrsiimii or
Free Pluecnirnl Sirlie! ltn.kertlernVRC)
land. and Mrs Fred Pit
the !secretary
I II I !Six ( iills for Finch: Grikliwlo. or I'lrsiitiiil hpmu
I erkin, treasurer Each of the of.
Mrs! Helen Richardson tit l l fur Civil\ banks
ficers a permanent corsage
issa Koid and! Mrs. Claraaught t
the color designating! the of Park Road. attended (t slateconference 1 /'clephone1613586. Visit, or ll'nteST :
olficc of United C i c h I
The tucnty-ciLJit 1 members and! Women, held in Jacksonville. May I h \ COAST COM EC.h

nine guests attending were wel 19 through 21 121 I MM III !SrUNI: ) SIRrLI
coined by !Mrs Wilber and! the invocation
I Mrs VauL.ht i is scent) and' I'OR I I' I'lrRiK;, IMUII
was given by Mrs A. Mr!>. Richardson publicitv chairman 1HF RrtHMIONIM.: : in this case Mr. Marie Johnwn is" ,II Sydney Lownc of the United! Church Women important figure I at the front desk of Martin Memorial 11.,1'I '' II I -- --
I Mrs William Weiss presenteda ot Martin C ounly Both igucd She and! her tell" member of the Woman Aimlun .11' .1
ceramic piece. called a usaba! that the conference tin mspir boon to putienis and vision alike
ta;' and! made by Mrs. Wilbcr. to ing and rewarding experieiiec
Mrs and II Mrs --- ---- -
Zn.'e Before returning home I they
I Has i I i: expressed the upprecmtion : visited Rev. Foster Holt' lormcr To Fc.'elWtl/ Look '
'.w. B. TILTONSince I of the members for her pastor of the Jensen Beach Com Starts Next \lond l)" June 1
i work in the past season in pre. I mun tv C Church, and his I imilv.
Your Best Each
seating the club gift to Mrs. Wither who ; Day
I an now living ul Neptune

1921INSURANCE I Small. corsage decorated the I Beach. Plan New ProgramFor ( 'our/lair Staled

\I tables, one at each place !>setting Kindergarteners Pa
I as gifts to all attending the affair. > I II I t Elkay
AGENCY These corsages were made the Visit to 1st Grade
previous day at the home of Mrs. 'Candy Stripers'A
JENSEN BEACH AT 7-1411 Mrs (i. W Shipei Jr hook her I .
. ,\\',I AUXILItRY Beach Kindergarten to visit M ssMolton A "C andy Mr pers" pro. procedure Thcreulici 111.1 1 I ,' I *
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OBLIGATES IIIRtE: menlary school first grade on ut Wednesday the tie, gram for tun-age girls interestedin groups will attend! class rocs .. I

Six new members of the WorM May 20They(). nursing beginsut Martin !Me wick
+l War 1 Auxiliary were obligated the morial Hospital in Monday Class time will counl tow,in) t
S on by the Wednesday president evening, Mrs. Ruth May Hall 20,, class routine enjoyed, and especially watching en June I I.l.ligible I. awards for Candy Stripe" why!' utYSaIon

at the home of !Mrs, Ruth Me- )joyed the meal in the cafeteria : for the program tire may qualify tor a cup atlci tilts
Elf resh. Those visiting were Patni Besscmcr : girls of (illicit, sixteen or seventeen hours> of hospital >>service .1 i pin
r They were Mrs. McElfresh Mrs Doniiic Glass. Cheri H gbie, years of age in guides nine after I MO() hours, and stripes tiller IRIS KRISW.RI.N: Open Monday 20 E OCEAN BLVD,
rte Cindy! Lawrence Jay Pitehlorel twelve. Stuart Junior
through ul I
Anita Tilton, Mrs Delores Grimm NHL. \V\L1ON
each UH( ) hours ,
and Tommy Walker Mutin Co Senior
High or
Mrs. Sylvia Sundhorn, Mrs. Helen PVUIIMSJC.NV: : thru Saturday PIIONF 287-4453
0 Richards and! Mrs( Mildred! Flood. On Thursday evening, May 28 High \\ IIUR11.\ RIIODIS I
r, at 7.1: () the kindergarten and 1 he the -- ----- -- --- --- -- -- ---
pm program is sponsored by VIM INC.. JAPAN 1- ----- ---- -- -
Nursery School will present i its Woman's Auxiliuty of Martin
g ., Fast Service seventh annual Springtime Program County Hospital with Mri lillY Willurd M Rhodes chief michunisl -- INSIST ON THISPOLICY
lit the community center N, Cromwell as committee chairman 's mute. USN son ol Mrs
qD Rug CleaningCall This I i is usually! lots of fun for all Annulee Rhodes ol Indiuntown
and the pi nhc i is welcome !Mrs Hazel Uwkddoo I R.N., assistant recently Visited Suseho. Jipm
The children will celebrate the director ot nurses ut the aboard the anti.tuhinur warfare 'Ililicy
close of the school year on Friday hospital, and instructor for the aircraft carrier USS Bcnnme.loiloHruling of It safeguards your
\WARREN'SAT with a picnic on the ciuse program will accept registrations i | In the Fur East t an a Tillc Insurance HEAL, ESTATE
1 way before the program sluts 0 n unit of the Seventh Meet. Hen TITLE
7.1755 June I LDuring mngton normally operates an the
KNOWLEDGE !\H\10RI:: !MSSSULRIUY the first 1 1cl.'k of the' huh of an anti.suhmurme "HunterKilld' by written contractual
( I program June I through' *, two group compiwcd< of stands
Heathcote All members ol' World War I hours I i classes will ;be concluded surface stib-Htirtaee and air unity I undertaking and
Before he can become a Registered Phar Barracks und Auxiliary are reminded daily ut' the hospital to familiuri/e designed to find! und! destroy enc II I for your protection as
the NurseriesArchitect of the Memorial Mass t ti 1 I all Candy !Stripers with hospital ins) whmunncsC.rNr _
understand the insurance obligationof
macist must --- -
druggist --
Four he held! at K am Silurday; May
composition, chemical properties, manu Designed\ Landscaping, 30 at St Joseph Catholic Church : : 'IIIIIRrDir: MVN SOS one of the nation's

facture, and use of drugs, and ways Oriental Design A Specialty TRINITY CHURCH NOUS >' Complete Line of OrnamentalPlant fie lent local trulit Bureau, pits U. uffllliulioii .
of testing them.STUART Material. The Indian On Monday. June I I. the Worn. I with Ihe National AM>oelutlon of l. ,' title insurance
I River Area's Oldest Landscape en'. Society will meet at the II (mill Burvauv "' : 'j companies.
church 7 30 }t
ut ; p m
Nursery Our 38th Year" Turn '
DRUG CORP. I Right off u.s. 1 it Undslty The official board will meet al.. MERCHANTSCREDIT 'YI\ IIJJ.lJycrll 11110 CALL OR SI E
the church at 7:30: p m on a_(,._ '
ar R YOUR REXALL STORE AT 7-1822 I Lumber HOward In tort 1 Pierce-!332. Phone day- .-June- 2Smottey-. --- Tuel.// t ':='I ;:, TITLE SECURITY COMPANY

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AT 7-4332 SIUART
"M\RIIN! COUNTY'S LEADING : Jr JtURJAt* __ .___ __ (AnfhorlrtJ Agents)
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To Wear 15 Months Say"I' CHEVY by ChevroletGo

fftiI. 15,000 Miles on an economy drive this vacationSure

tread all road hazards a Chevy II Just about run on pro sedans,wagons and sporty)John.One Chars
Against near, nuts, But this frisky family car will take sure to be priced right for too. Be
and defects ( commercial and misalignment I the whole gang along on any trip. And in cause right now I in Trade 'N'' Travel

excepted ). Deduct 3,000 mi. I I plenty of comfort and a whole lot of style. Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. Bo right
$ with has at the time when the fun
fI"VNeAlMen1- Along pep, it a roomy, com* you'll get most
"* off guarantee on 13" and 14" tires. All I I Portable Body by Fisher plus virtually TRADE'NrTRAVEI from a new you'll also make great
ill* your melee| .il *. for miles effortless care. Battery-saving Delcotron deal on your oil one. .
mdit and and: departmnt tire adjustments are pro-rated _.Don l lot Are get out of hind I I I generator, stlf-adjusting brakes, long-life TIME Being so practical about a vacation can
store credit cards or month based on sale price prevailing. -- ----- I muffler and other big Chevrolet features only add to your fun. And the place to bt
.. establish. rdit wills.. all help you save on maintenance practical is at your Chevrolet dealer's
aL-J DUAL RADIUS FULL GAPS And there's a big choice of models fOII1UIIIGItWAl.-ui during Trade 'N Travel Time. Nowl|

-p BEER WINE fTiffji 77 Nora fnorf COUTH __
4 FULL PLY-lst LINE & PREMIUM &fVM'VypEst; aw 7
tai tT J Yse', poesy
15 67011 15 640x15 I 85011 1.900111'- SATItE 1 -Is; +i
520 i 13 560 s 13 75011 I.60011 r a ,
590 x 13 500 s 14 ITS x 380 700 x 13 710 x 15 650 x 13 950 x 14 760 x 15 Ice Cubes
600x13 560x14 650 x 1.70011 1.80011 14 600 x 16 800 s 15 820 x 15SERVICE
560 x 15 135 x 380 I!

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Reline Brakes, All \Vhetb By FactoryTrainedMechanics
lure All 4 Drum
Rebuild AO 4 QUiMlcn 2695
Flush System Refill 41JL 88 DELIVERY
with Heavy Duly' Fluid
Pack Front Wheel FORD CHEVY 41r-Condilloned Can
Bearings| All Other Con Sifthtly Higher
Rotate Tire If Desired $31.95 TEST STEERING
Road Test ALL WORK

All labor Included GUARANTEED ADJUST TOE: IN ADJUST l'OF..oUT r dl

Plus Fed, Tax of 43c to 60c pert,tat and recappable exchange, it no recappable exchange add $1.50 yfr I

for 14' tires, $2 for 13" tires and! $3 for 15" tries ,-.ns1rr-.a1sa".lG. .w ....

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2903 S. 4th *T. OPPOSITE LJNDSLEY LUMBER 461.1977 Ij I I



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2-C TIIE STUART (FTa.) NEWS Thursday, May 2H. 196 ThURSIAY-.Coutlns.d SATURDAY-Contained MONDAY-ConrtnoedIt The soil .,il t the ban ,ll. masonry

,,:JO-5.7 Dr. Klldar 4 i o-i Slot. '150-4 N... Ornamental Vines construction often contains trot
10.11 My Thra* (ton* I 0himplspu0 Praaluwaillnf 15 CaOUlblII -niakmg lime. so remove th,

COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS ',,11II- Stool.ItMii '. ocmtominatcd soil to a depth o

10 II I'u,.,r.l."!t.. 1'Ci"J:: .iLSuwh : has-JO l Pot.oens. 54.5 Potgattai eighteen inches Replace it will!

I '-WT11_t (c.....) wrru *.aIn, "ta.re--<*.. II.Unrt ..... htlO-0.j\ JiU.I (aol I1ao.: lC :a'X._ lionCopoal.I.'od.., ...._ Growers a normal acid soil taken from another >

w pi'BC".dr..CoI( Is tIs ,.etlon. 10.15 Jimmy Dstsn I....'... Date (WkuidarII Are Easy location
r.h. '- ?SiTl ? < ) The. TV program IliUtura ar. fnrntak15 lOt 00 4 Til* NttKMi I iOO-4 tint ttoorta, Waalkat unrla; flSitr The planting season is ahou
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.10-:i'1il7' ""..' (A.BC.I .* kr A. l.h.lin" alalfcn., Th. Itu.I't. '. y"L O.m Salt> 1-7 Mawa .>o*-.1< F5t5
)- W.t ,ala Hawk art II.... la not IMPOB.IDI lot pop I.:' MMtorIWI Tiaatr. Caltl' ',a0-1, O..rdon p_ any lime the notion strikes you-

SARA' proslam .hon._ I:::: m-lIt.=',Alt 0 11.9) tf'a Biopallait>' SK ttbO.-4.7. l'odoy SD,. By JlF.RVESHARPE I provided r> the vine. are 'small thrif

WEDNESDAYMAY I a=r:; ty, containef.own, plants ills
""'ria .. MMrK ", Aim. At fbi .ftla, ..' l Flarkoiu. Vine. serve for
t0jt'er1'lIiOO.4.54.lO many purpose
n >-4 Duik falloy Ooy.kI.b.7M.un4 5,45-s .'<-II Ad........ Tin 1'UfSDAConllnu.d before the rainy !season starts i i

<<..., WMth, Merlilp WuratloH Dialoiilol' lOO. -4 Mo.... "'nt. Arfalr .. 5.5.5"I IK Tha Funny Comtiaiir the gardener a good- time to try your luck, DC
a ; : Idnautihid lubula Jes). 190-
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MvotlfRots. II IB AT.30 'Tti..., Wuititr tBortllovl "MI, 10 Hrnnld Billy .,90-I AmIss' Kid Take the one thiit produces egg- CKluous vineIl-WI\lerla. trumpet

( u Mondar aiMot) I COO! MopartaiVir&.Wn'rM.rrlt.t *, ..T <5ut Mt.Mrtt I :': Morsjii, Ilayh UM ; ;" like gourds'.-'iti ideal for the vine and others do best w h c i
liltt Tada Bho. :H:; ::t J Mftr C,.raon ti O-4 Emnln Then there ii
joker. a Ihe cooler '
: :' ...., f : I Amos .ntl Amt t |,M_.1 Nawa, Waatha. Bran practical planted in season
.00 -t Motis. .M... M* Af1r oh.MQtI. "" ": 7 Mole "In tip Od vine hat spccmli/t's in dishcloth In either
10 M..l., Million Dollar 1101>, I. .ir... OIl Pioom.e.Ito. I ,..... W...", planting container
Sho" IDA: -10-11. Paitr Duke Otto.1t20.4 Is 7) tlli' 5',. I III War Paint
otis tOo l '
... "i.ij. O lid N." YorkIOt3OII *u..Wa.* I 415-i) lSiihtout.h4t25I )-) Def.nd... MornIng' Ployliuno. .ild ID -11 Commanttil production. grown or hulled and burtappedMants
A Wtt.P WorldAltotipisu '' aJIj; JOoo-, lion...., dig a hole which i is
10-11 '''' P.5t. i'L. :. -7 IooluitOto Bird lover like Tnimpct Creepcr slightly
: 'L lrrrmHrjltllp'.h' WIIt
1.1 W11d.
1.00. -.4 - Sty N..., .... lavru than
larger the ball of
"'00-' M 'lotwIhIni .f Value" lot SIC. of it > because they attract air.lread. earth
(5s as 1I000.a. _, (-llh Ben* Halnt Cmey .'I30-T-4 Phil!r'*l aa IOu$0-5.7 25.: IthiWsttbo., Hawa hummmghirdH. Other lovcri about the roots If Ihe plant i is in
12.II-A.. Movl., ''Rink. FithomattOO.l Pi)0o4 DIeS Yal Opts in II!! Hollr-MiMl Patios, VIti.', 10'3-' I Lo.. L..p SilOBoss ing
like the vine give them a container, carefully remove the
l>wp 10.II Our Man HI Olin I l0isoiOtiotanokot I Mart Griffin (tiolsrI. I Huntlrr.Hrlnklrjr lUport privacy
Mo.l.. "RIvrrkMt krlythm4iSO4 10t00.-4 ll.nnr P.r. Show MoralulRum. 10j30-il llnltiiHVi4.irf.ii",". ,,. T Word for Word (Cola) II when silling on the porch with plant without disturbing the hull
n-J Klavenlh lit ( M Monday __') ,1. tp'.p t -i4? I'rIo. h .Iaht l MtbtrLira of Ih* Cold Coast of about
MovlThra [ earth the roots and '
Hour U Kill ., beau set
Movl .> 10 (dot Th.atr ..ill-4 !a.utr.rni.r "lomSstl'r, "I.t"d..o.till" Thot Iota., l0! MGou Il: 4 Noos-Wolose Urusno.II a
Oullir Bystander "r..11 II jOoss I.: a''on".ntra""" I tie it in the hole at the
1.41.-i PhotoropbrWV4. ;: : 11 to flpara HKIMH"f 11.01. 1'1... Many small fry like vine. because same depth
I too.-...-4.15 N.... WMthcr Bpart ,OU-1 Ml,.tut 110..tra Tirea In Stolid .11-11 (>t th. M N.w. Sport.. *at.ar II "...-Bill 'h. .1 'iSO_II MnvlalOO 5110-S CUmolonihlp WnatNfl"" 111_4 Lov. that lbs a Yorl U.or they harbor chameleonsthe -
1 Nawi an4 WaathcrEvanlnf 5155.Muni.., Htirkflr. 4 Fr.nl.ln' 'liW I:il 9=4 M.illa, Notnrlaua" I Jmpardy Kolorll 7 "' 0.1., "Th. Man Who Wrvar w..." lizard. that can change color Partially fill in around the plant
1140-O.1! ; Tonight with Johnny Taraon. 1 I..I-i.:::: .. Man In th. World I I'I 1'30-1 (tihar WnrhU l Th. lItanies LlnkaAfUraon I.' "',.lot P.r.lt with rich garden soil. Waler thor
I A Motto >t Bl.. Lotia OtIs," 10 Molt. Tomorrow ,In r.........>> .11I-1 loom'I Rita tOOt MnvlPoor Sit) hrmll'u 130-6-7 lit,. MovaalOo'l4CSTfJ"shn and show their money bags.
.il_11 Conmani IS furllakt nea. AflaniMn" lll'i.r1.I". ". n..' ." These are some reasons why oughly Finish filling the hole and

.10 til-".T..Ba. Wathr Runt .tor* 'T flu R"s DA V 1..11-:0.1; M "Monday ept) liMll. 'Wraatllnir air I,ram ,..... 11.M-4 7, Your Fir N.,.' j tmpiu..IoiI. IColo" |I,:,30=1 M omrnt'''nf''Wlrhlta"Fnr'! some people like Vines.. University water again.
follow the
same procedure with
II 1'1.' .. MAY 21 Movl. tlMiM" ,1LiI: : / g, Ih'h" *! Boo.. B..) 10-11 Otri-Itbo'S Navyt of Florida horticulturists lay
too -II) llirn *. I
a.naMpv.:! : ::: Illrhard Hoon Rhow the balled Do
1-7 .
.., ( 00- plants not
iSO-4 "itaSklp
"I..uhIt. npwt.dUa .
of Iht Kind !! vines fine because of their
H..t\.lIrt"\ 114m 4.30 ;;: Movie Villvr !' :::=t YVratln Hi-ll (Or.al..t Show on StaND are attractiveness
Mornlnfflam 7 Th. flit Winolt'0i455 I II 7)0,1. the burlap However cut it aWa,
.. .. .. Color) and
tl.a0-4 of both
II. flaarch for Tonoraw ( foliage
Kin ,0"-11 M...
of th Unta K Ka. t
( .. Mvnbaf M pt> .. SO. 4 Jarlc B.rn at the of the ball
II taisiop Pirad.1t4S.4 ... trnlh or Conatqtiane Color) top or turn ,it t tbuck
A Senator Bmatfiara flowers, .
.ill-4 Hummer H.m.."U>r. MndertlOnmparatlv t40- ISIS T.nn..oti .:..1. Ford 7 Dlek Powall *.... Ihe line
Nots.-Woit.p at
Cooskftv 10 llutklrtwrrr Hound ground
from IPSO 4 Moor Hhow7 character .
StJNDAVMAY I Iiou-4 Oul.llna Llghi ICiOO parrr Vine lend contrast and
I.? N.wo-Ruptisy. Brioltisy ..tOO-4 Motto' HumHii I.lri 11 Planing. W..tn.i. tfportaEvwilna !:...-e-7.13 lOoms fill, Tttcphtm Hour Before setting bare-rooted dciduous .
7 Movl.. Llltl. Old N.w Took PI IItOOtO .. 31 1:00: -4 Lava of Llf. I.' And William, (alt. mobs) (color) (to landscape plantings. They trim off
: plants
Stoo-4D N. WcathaaT long
AIt....... 101.... W.attir Bport* MornlnftSO ;; In JJovl: .,. "Arrh of Triumph'. Pi I in-li Th* fualtlv fi.wa I Waatbar SporU accentuate architectural lines, especially or
4-1-7-10 roots
('Ram Monday ..e.pli 1C t Ilioo
10 Maria. Until. Tuliiu the closely clinging species
-II Thr** B'...:.a IK* t.bbll II Bra.
) II Drabs
11111Md.l.. Mi,, Be sure to form a shallow balm
," rtuntM* of 7 IK B.commauilit Hunt ?> -<. t.;: 14 .I'm.g14. IHV ft Blur and th. rltory Mon, 5110-21 N..' V.nnb., lpni'so .. Many of the creeper are adept
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tl .
r> ) ,00-4 ., -. Wad: ilu2GStool., 'Boi fir Pack 01" around each plant to catch the
MOVEvoIY Motto." Return' to Tooo.ur.Moot 10 Nawa, Watnar, SpoenIS I Farm AlmanaaJ Thura.IiJSTv"w"l4ttr". Topic Tuo I Compaaa 1130-1.1 Tonight with Johnnr tar.o at Introducing Color form and
rains, j is
.. summer Mulching
N. a good
.,..-.( 'Me t York Confl- .|3O-4 B..) of th. PasS J f.Oc=: ? Manly. "(I'ort AlRl.r. texture onto otherwise uninterest. idea, as it helps to conserve immure .
denll.l' t Huntkr-Brinklar lUport ing objects shrubs or trees.
T> 1a Comndr TlmSO II Burllnht TbootralJul0l0
7 udt'l of Olory' 10 In. &t'I"tn:: \ II?. nt the Ould Coeo 1,40-5 )".."i Hp""l.h Many gardeners say
ty Trav.LrEv.nlnf _Night | Alrflfullbr* Rfport 100-4 &! ju.ou"i 1:01': NI.htw.'d aa'". of the soil!. increase aerallon
"i4I 4 Nma-Walter' Oraaan f. Pah Amorlran are the best plants yet to give
,., No.-'JIttatiop. BrlDatoJF _6:1 lM.k._ a Dual (Color) 4,0"-1' and reduce soil, temperature during
II Bunri.a Th.oir.htO04 - - their home. of liv.
..00-.1.. N.... W..,..*.. IforU 10 N.w.l *i*_ig-ia NawaIiJO - an air tropical
7 N.w.. W..t).. \ Ron Coehrun Nosed' Oaafwl >'arorlUailllwlnkl 4 Holm Part WEDNESDAY ing by using them to cover passageways he summer
III Movl' Hlrh Fllihl'' lions, linn Hop. "C.n.ht In.th* I.' Th* boHora JUNE 3
.16-1 Bvabunv n Mmli>rn.ii* ThMtr Without : Caravan li._a.T 101... Ornamental vines, as a group.are ,
II 25... .......ions'1Th.H000motnsr. I Mornlnx' Playhouat 10 LIsp llowird an! Won,'. N... M.nIoi(5m. 1IIKt.PU.rVRIIFUP: ; I
.. .01-11 Kin' Mark I hOG.Ta Tall his trot' ( at Monday ..mpt) well adapted to a wide rangeof )
| 3O-4 H. tOMPVNY
I Huntkiy.Brinkk* lUport II P.olni Parana :tit' :I Foatlval\ or Filth Si .rGraoi"'plta1 141-10 Spur. plorra (.......D.) soils. Most of them thrive in IN M\G\/INF
nATIom 7 WMtkM ,..30Int.n.llun.1 Hhowtlm I 3O I Clmarron City b-h I ,,too- Movlv, "China Girl' marl Fred (Cotton) Rogers, meter t
sand. rock land!
7 CI..o. clay
1101'II or
ItZt-4 N.... 'BIsHuainrOs' provided
l.Fh) Llf of lbs flold Coait 10 li D.itn Pso.Asnaelrnts 7 Movl. reader' collector for the Stuart
., Mwi-Walur: croaau.I .|30-4 Haul IIt 'l 0'-4 pigo of HI.'" 0,30, --10 A Wiser World plant food and moisture are
ii Viol. .
.7 Nwa-Huntkrr. BHakl* .7 Hob Hup jtss-4 Baptist (b.p.S I.' You iMm'l ftar (Color) AftMIKKM Florida Power & Light area. received
This is 2. LIt. adequate.Soil
1,00'Pottkotd Jun.tloa 10-11 hit,).'. Lav Id-U Q".. for n bay (Sam. u londy aoaptl a three.page complimentary
-w I Call th* t>.eto> ...30-4 Twlllnht Zoos 141 TpZ'l'n.rl..h: 4:00-5, Bi-cr.tr BurnI Movl. "000." Hunt.r"I preparation is most important .
II.tl-f with
Match Onm write-up pictures in the May
7 Moot, 'Th Tartar Invasion" a., Tw Tw Tw .
11 Low.r Llirhthoui. 10 Movie, Tnn-w. trim in a vine planting project
T Mlek MOUM Clnk too
r .
It Farad 10.11 Prlr I. Kith of Sunshine
Paailnf Th. edition Service Ness
*.IS-I Th Baend Hood Wav.
'CSANMElMASTER 10-11 Major AH.ma, Trallmaat* Time spent in working the
730ln..oord 0:00: -4 Alfr.il Hlleheoek "
.i30-4 Fallh for Tday Slant. 'Bnnl F.
,30-4 official of
,., 4i3O' -4 lit".1., Aknut rar. publication the utility
B.ltlelln. 6.7 Jark Pn.r I Tb. Chrlatophrra 7 MOVP| World for Raniom" soil into good tilth will insure that
I Mak Rocm for
It-ll Th. rilntatonM (Color) 10.11 FhTht' of fits WHit Daddr firm.
Rogers covers seventy to(
Horitoni ,
7 of Faith
I 00-10 ITorl Doaa will
...001I..hld.. 10.30-4. PortraitWy 7 Movl., La t of the Bldm.n" you produce vigorous plants
II Blbl Talk 111-11 Major Adama. Trallnaaur4iM 1.4Pltototft, eighty miles a day in his work lies
U ltI B.rp
I flu Tmut 11 Lom.dy Tim and possibly have trouble-free care
10-11 Donna Stood 10i45-10: Mob. Thoi RoisIltOOd't.I.I .."'-4 Th* Living WortI 10.II-I Ant.rl.an 101... NmaUn4 Ev.nln I active in Stuart Jaycces (\ih

"GoldenCrod ) losses. *.otbis. Spools Baxrad SloaN ..00-5 H.in.rtnan. ., Wath later.To Scouts and little I-caguc
II N.ws lOtSO-4 Lamp Unto My FoalS oo-4-1 K.wa. Bporta get a protect underway
11..1-1 I Mnvl. "D.m.trlu. ..n4 th. Faith For Today 1. Woodr Waolittabit 10 Movie, Outpo.t In Mointo'5l0l2
II Loft Tim. spread about four inches of compost
(ll.illMorilo Conm.nt-A" Uramlilt
7 BUII Small Volts Toledo has 300(
Ftre"Installtns Ohio churchesof
I '_n ABO N..
II 'k i lonlirht with Johnh* CanDIa : leaf mold well-do
; 10 rroiratant Worahlp' Hour Frl.ndti4S -7 Set Hunt-Advmtur. peat, or
12 Rookr and HI.
5,01-it 10 Movl 14lrh1ouiabVasIs1p. Hubmarlno D-l 1..3- Look Up and LinPlrtur II Plablu(. Woos>... "port* 10 N.... W.alh.r, Bp.... composed manure over the area thirty-one

a powerful Golden mtICH 4,00-li: Ilotlo No.: I I I Big.', I.ikhi* li.a_t Thla la th* Start (I II"21-1<.4..WMthOT where the vines will be planted

Cross Fire is actually llkft moving TV-It A-Y- II Blbl. Talk -BTMnln .. -4 N'/*..at As a topping sprinkle (the area for party
SA D II 1'... Smith .lOO-... N..., wathr. Spurts Huntk>>-Brlnkliry Bport i your
your TV let rtilei nearer the MAY 30 tOO- Cam.ra I 7 "..., Wathr It Bntarfoot with a liberal amount of 6-6-6

station. YtniH sM Sharpef clearer Mu.olog I Movl. Tart.t E.ro" II) Movl. ilia. Woman and the 11 Night Llf on its Cold Co... fertilizer, and then mix the or. DANCEVITII
7 That May fl*> Ih.n.. .'" SilONa., .. Walter Cstblt.5.7Sterns *
pictures on all channels.WilcoxHardyTV. ..11-4 Sunrl. BomMtor, "W.",. 1* I.L Wonhlp Hour II 8po,.. Tnt,. Huntloy Brlnkliy ganic material and soil with a A SMIIE TO TilE
omp.r.llv. Drama from 1110 II Flrat Baptl.t Chunk ." _It Common 10.11 N.wt spade
ISTIAN SCIENCE ,,141-10 Armril Core nlt hitS-4 W.ron 'ill-10 N.wi, Wrnth.r, SporllII 7,00, -4 Dalh Valhf Dar4
I >_10-11 N.... t Movl, -fh. JI::: :,." 1'1.. B Huckl.b.rrr HounJ In muck soil leave off the or CARL GRECOSTYLE

RADIO SERIES lOO4 C.rtoon-0-vlll. 7 Brail, of Jti.t.. ..izo-1 Hlihwar. Patrol 7 Movl.. "Sol.lm.n the Conqunor" ganic application and flpply an
6 Hopalonr Ca..ldy I* Ma. for Bhut-ln .>2a-4 w..thr 11 HBBIOU I'aracIA
ZeiUtk CE Dealer 0-8-12 fertilizer I
I 17 Ghoul 11 10-7 S.nator. BmaUwra ... .130-4 N.w. 7130-4 CBS R.pnrta containing
Phone AT 7-3242 RADIO$ STATION WSTU 10 arloon Carnival Holland. I Huntlar-Drinklv Report I.T Th. Vlrclnlan Color') phosphorus; and! potassium.
II 1'1... 7 1'1.... W.alh.t 10-11. Adv.utur.1 of Oasis sod SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
SR 707 lensen Beuch I EACH MONDAY 7:15 P.M. ,io -U Corn.), Tim AttornMn;; ; II NIght fIr on Ito Quid CoinS HarrAlt Before planting) vines! close to .
,i'_10 'Arm.4 KorM an Farad" lhi.o-4 Bold Joum.y ,,i4S-4 ).._WalMr Cronklt 1,00-4, F.Y.I. a tree remove the tree roots in DINNFRS.: DANCES

7iO-.5 Agricultural" ...." I i Crasher Clroul 1-7- ...-Huntlar, Bylukbay" 10-11 Fatty Oak Show the immediate area-but not too Route 1, Box 56
7 Fan Club
II New -Ron Cochra I:SO-4 Hu .p.n
WORE FLORIDA FUN AT... 10 Lon. Bonier I is Combat Alumni::: Pond T100. -4 Mr Fd 10.11 Th. farm.ru'. TauihtCT many roots or the tree may die Hohe Sound Florida
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.M-I U.nl. Strickland UlllblllMBa
I Jimmy ShowT 1,00 4 B.v.rly
...00 4 Coral O lI.n...* .1 Bport Hlnhlluhla' Flrrord Th. flalnt Such trees as sand pines! will, not Telephone 546-5187
AdY.ntur 1'b...,... 2,10 -4 AmaUur flourS 13 l-aaalnx furncleT130 .. stand much root snitching
I Fun Club Pnpl of th* HookS T.ll th Trath dll"3';: ., -
M. -4 To t..so ----
10 fluiarfoot 19 Comply T... $....rln.. &., Movla. Hlnuln' In th. Rain",, .. -4 Dlek Van D,..
II MimIng Plarhnn. 10.11 Out r Limit 0:00-4 Danny KaPl dhow
:.0:=11 Mornlna PlajaMMiil II MllwaukM l tOau.t2inI4 i ,,oo -4 I'v. Got a looms I.7 Fl...nth Hour
10 Unol bob rinrlnti.ll Red. VI M trardlnali .
.ilO-4 I. Show It Dies Pow.ll Th atr*
ISo.An.oIe, Color II 77 i-t Kulp ,.
;1,0 10 II Waiton Train ) un -
I* Bum host 1,00 -to.4 Shlrl.v t.mpM .'tOO-4 Danny Thomaai30 1,00 4-1-1-10 horns, Wcatbat. Iport
.tOO- 4 All I I ShOWS 1.7 Ani.l.< v.. I'lttobuibSo .. -4 Andr Griffith' 11 tin*-Bill Shad.1
floaphot D..hl' Bowl It SItS l 1.7 Hollywood and th. Star 111-1 I Mivl, Lov. M. Tonlnht"
10 R.njo tlllyIt 11 lltsoonoer5130IS 10,00N.kPd, Oily II 1130-S.7 Tonluht with, Johnny
100 MILES SOUTH OF MIAMI Mnrnlnf l'iyhou.S Hour at Sta.. t.7 MittS MillerlAla I'015015 tdolorlI !
.til-II Unol. Hob ,II I. and Anawr Rrwiklnt Point ) Movto. "It'a a 'rl......." CRUISE
.iSO-4 guor...... -11 flirtatIons 10'SOllrood..1' Coos Latin II Btnrlliht ThMtr
.. M Alt CMdlMon. and HarJ Room.dlrMlly .- .., Ruff and Hddy CoW .,'_l( Dlvov.rr '14 I 1,00-4-1-1.11.11 1'1.... W....... 1,ft._II NlihtwaUk HorkitO
*n th* OcPr .... lOA no.. Pi..... 11 (sort and ILV: Peoria -II Movl
COIF AND FISH : r..lv.ly n.w *.sr 1 II Roller n.rhv ltOO-7' P.MiM..tlv. on nrv.atn... 11t204, Show ""Tnv R.brl" R.t'
10 Movl.. Marked Womnu"1i304
OwnMratra II yar* InnkMpInfCall 10.00QoI.k Draw NtIS... 10 Moil. "(Ilttl Kliln.pprr.
> par FREE. II.kol. Cuts... I.7 Jloa'o, Htatcot Color) hId Journey II 8Urll.nl Thtatr
AT RUTTGER'S"CAPTAIN'S S ..u.. 10 DUoov.rl' ,In KoUno S P opl> of th* Rook "'10-t Sloth
S 5p.I.,1"1., .' Ocean 10.1-10, llnrl. ...bIOj P Combos lios-r-ll dpanlih N.waIt
...11I1.. I MOUM 11 Ito). Matin. ::
NlKhtwaUh Mo.l!
I Shulll.*..rd_T..inU-Plnf.Pon, -tx1.o.. 4:00Llft5.t IfohaI 4t09- ll alo.l. FROM MIAMI ANYTIMEOF
S Pool c..... club 10.11 Mailo' Land Peopl. of th* hookS
TABLE" Oeaa Fl.hln.I PUr Ball Tackl I 1 lOO-4 Kin Tin II. Combat TU"ED"AY" "" -
Sh.o M Ground. 6.7 Drnnli th* MnM 10 Golf Tournammt
..I.-/.IO": 10.II L rumnl, Caiiwr Cartooaa. ...30-4 Tw.ntleth C..I"" JUNE I
Our New Little I : U.' : 'port 'I.hln talltlak II 130-4 Roy Kot.rl I Ponds YEAR!
*n.ll.h .-t furr 7 Combat
Hull) Restaurant fl. L trip f.. Prl..t. Pi..... 10 A....... Pl.... 4u1OJ.ws Morningill
ta oi1Io.. IF... LPtoaslnSIffII I.nle.'. II Brnnl. and l.rll hoC-I IbId Vanlois ., -4 Rummrr 8om.ilr.. .* "Mod.rnomparallv
II :4 I-I Banjo Billy 1.7 Oloedmi' ( Drama
lou taW Trallmaatwtil :: 1.10-10 Molly TorsO Every Friday 5
,'&t., -II All Pro 8eor.Ho.r4 .:to-11 Hom iakr. Pat p.m.7.DA' .
== ..- AI...._ ..,_1 OB: Coli... Bowl .,too-4 Movl., And Baby M.....
OR PHUNC, 11.00 4 'Rip: KlntBullwlnkl 7 Rlu AtOMs Throat'I ( CRUISES FROM AS LITTLE AS $$160
B ; (Color: ) Is[ IMUM and Awl**** Movl' "In Ih. Good Old. Boinnvr.

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( l all the toys go in for crolons, but Robert Newman does He I is shown alcove with how to uso and repair dusters! imj the I Ope ol nscetiueli: best [ .... .. j .11.-..".." 1.. ..JIIIi .Ail.
Felix Williams. Ag director it STS and !some pf his fifty crotons Each ot the plants was propagated{ suited for various pi.ints Above George Harris uses a duster on
in a mist bed then reset in :i pot. With so many new homes being constructed Newman felt he twenty row of beans being raised by boy at the sehool '1 Ihe ( II RUS-Tho study of the amis industry forms ono of the major urens of activity in agriculture
could make some extra money by selling the crotons and has, with the encouragement cooperation City of Stuart loaned them the unused! land near the school lor at STS the boy arc taught how to plant trees, check: for diseases' IIn.lln\Cch. and how to find nulrUlionul !
and a lulu! money from his grandparents', Mr. and MM Thomas Newman Besides tending his garden their Ag endeavors To fertil it. the boys all Icnrn the useof it deticiencieihen they complete their Ag framing, theyII hive a good working knowledgeof
and his croton plants. Newman play in the STS band basketball scum. and has a Saturday job tractor They are also taught/ how to make a crop hid and! how to all phase of citrus production One member" of the tenth grade cliisn Douglas Miller bus thirty
weed with a tractor l..muel Hell list year won second place in tree which he tends I cmurl Hell works in a local processing pi,ml There Bell uses .a washing and
" the State of florid i for tractor dilving drving machine: lie also) helps spray| and firtili/e orange trees Eighteen trees hove been plinted on a
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'!If\-\ l t tt Training School was reported at length in a s!\\ljn a.,rcepnf{ llpy i of
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which takes the student ail the way --- : it I n 1 tlw
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In the accompanying/ pictures, more than double Rut most professional rt
several phases of the STS agriculture agriculturalists, believe
program are briefed in future employment in agriculture r
order to show how STS students will probably be in citrus mid rep .
actually practice: their agricultural laled Industries' rather than cattle t .
tS" U projects at home a* well as at and flowers. granted Ihe expansion
school of these! industries take place..

Agriculture today i is a major The excellent job STS and the ,. J
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yA reh. County and it i is estimated that doing in promoting and expanding .
in the next ten years the citrus this last oasis i of agricultural R
industry in (ha county will more training in the county relied the s+
than double With this expected interest and concern they have for
increase in the growing processing the: future of their .student.
kX t and marketing of citrus, many It .is also, well worth noting that
SIS youths will find a livelihoodand I their efforts could also eventually Vat'
future in the industry reflect markedly in the pocketbooks :
It may also he true that t the of almost all resident of
FIICIRICH.DING-From soldering, the boys at STS then try their hand at a more technical, cattle and flower industries will also Marlin County.
but equally useful course' -electric welding. Again, all the boys sooner or later will learn to weld In VOCAIIONAI ACRICUht'URF-This' area ot study i in one of the most Important In the STS
this group are lift to right, Herman Mitchell, Robert Newman, Douglas McHardy and Epsy I.ampkmFLOWERING agricultural program With farming now done mostly with machine, (he Inside of a machine hop

I I. very important Soldering with a blow torch i* it must in repairing any kind, of equipment, rind

r.,... .,' ." ...-'"' ""i" all the boys learn the fund imcniuls before they graduate The group above It soldering holes in a can,
l : 1 hey rco ive a pacing grade after a simple lest 1 hey poor water In the can to see if it leaks; I eft
rt to right are Gregory Buckley, Wellington Green, and Bernard Christie,

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they flowers
other agricultural projects William constantly: and how they can he used to repair of tmall engines, and tractor repair They make screen join with boy who do One of the most active Ag students at STS i is Robert Newman, He hat a gar
beautify their homes. Above Johnson tend to the flower planted round the agricultural door, steps,, table, lamp, feed trough*, and won with concrete den full of tomatoes, cabbage, collards, peppers, and Irish potatoes. With his aiz tomato plant, h*
building at STS Included are marigolds\ fin liIa!, flock, salvia and chrysanthemum. The boy Above, KinpUy Miller ts i operating a power taw in the large supplies tomatoes to his family of four, plus several of his teacher, With $4 for plants, seeds,, and
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> NrlUi ERNEST LYONS' COLUMNi ; ; "- H ,, _'
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Thursday, !May 28, 1964 What the Public ( f:' '
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Published every Thursday at III East Occun Boulevard, Should Know < >>.>' /
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Stuart, Martin County, Florida Y
Entered u second-class mail mailer at post office at Stuart, Florid "

MEMBER OF: Newspaper Stuff '

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIA110N Till. PUBLIC has been kept in the dirk

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS too long about its rights in relation to newspapers -

Did you know that every newspaper
CORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F LYONS Editor has to print anything you bring In?

LARON H CAIN, Advertising Manager MIk

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $4.50 per year; two years FURTHERMORE, they must print it ..xactly -

$8.50. (Subacriben living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rate.) the way you write it, not changing/ one

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, word Never request that a paper use your s

Six months $2.75, three mouths $1.75. material. Demand It. nu ; t

Foreign and Canadian rates on application
ALSO. BE SURE to insist upon from page

position and big enough headlines to be read

without glasses Many think that this
The Long, I lard Pull at Last Successful will be done for them automatically persons but where

jour story is put and its prominence rests entirely -

I Water to the Island Is Key Opening / upon the contributor making a fuss

NEWSPAPERS spread deal of
a great

: Way to Genuine Development ThereAnnouncement malarkey about so-called deadlines, urging
ull publicity chairmen to get In copy before a

certain lime-which is probably the biggest

of the signing of the contract There( nothing sure about how fast development laugh/ in the whole profession Deadline are

with Southern Gulf Utilities to supply will follow the water mams-but for newspapers, not for the public, and the

city water to Stuart Beach and eventually the this is certain without the water there can be smart operator who learns that little lesson

rent of Hutchinson Island Is a giant stride toward no development. always holds his stuff until half an hour be-

realizing the potentialities ol the unde- We sincerely believe that water is the key fore press lime.

veloped ocean resort area. to a progress surge on the island and that such .

With abundant, potable water, treated and activity will he further accentuated when the THAT WAY, when they get it just before

supplied by the modern City of Stuart plant St Lucie County portion of the ocean boulevard the press rolls, it has to go on the front page

the island now has every opportunity to come is completed A great many southbound since the front page is the lust page put togcthcr < -......- -, "'-
into its own. tourists!, looking for quiet and beauty, will take You can, it you wish, come in while : ,aw".n.WA1ER'S : -"", otc.&J: r -- 1'

The Stuart News congratulates who have advantage of the new ocean drive from Fort the papers are being printed and insist! that : COMING'!-through ,ih, npi mai n'' Workmen ,ire stalled under the river bed to take fresh City of Stuart water to I

had a part in bringing this about. They persevered Pierce to Jensen Beach and Stuart via the new they stop the press Oh, they'll squawk all shown off the St Lucie Rive Bridge preparing a main to he inIHPDITQRIH Sewalls Point and, by the end of the year, to Hutchinson Island

when it looked hopeless and in (he road and the Martin Bridges system right-but you'U get results -
ultimate successful conclusion, they backed up Whit can it mean to Martin County? A .
the project with major financial investments. jtrcal deal. New construction will employ many then is to keep moving True a with their sea skiffs loaded with that they stretch their nets across
Abundant fresh water can mean new resort while it is going on; new resorts mean new jobs ALWAYS write In longhand on both sides i IIIII nci mat get one or two, seldom thousands of yards of net und the inlet at night; also do something -

motels, oceanfront homes and other such und also new services to be furnished It means of the paper, and use curbons Send the .... I ""'" anquant ty, We have here in Salerno towing smaller boats that were about the multi-rod sun
smudged to The Stuart News and the fisherman who hook fishermen
improvements Wherever water has Ken addition to the tax bane to operate all Martin copy one almost sunk with their heavy bur
more legible original to the out-of town paper. and-line fishes for trout and bringsin 1 come in contact with many
brought to the oceanfront along Florida East County I
more trout in one day than all dens.Yet tourist fishermen and their gr:ping .
Coast, substantial progress has followed. From the tourism standpoint, a great gap 111 the nets combined bring into the while all this mass murderof is as mentioned in the above
A survey conducted by the Florida Devclopmcnt can be filled. Thousands of persons want to IF YOU insist on typing, please single ..1" fish houses m a week. This man fish was going on, the sport paragraph; not one bas criticized

Commission showed that ocean bathing vacation on the ocean beach Hitherto, we have space, leaving no margins on sides, top or travels miles to make his catch. fisherman could go out and catch the Stuart Sailfish Tournament

and the lure of ocean beaches form the major been unable to supply that demand. Now is bottom, and do try to use a typewriter that has The opinions expressed Jrel those Again Mr Fair Play be notified more fish than he could carry Very truly yours,
tourist attraction bringing visitors to Florida our chance to fill it. never been cleaned so that the u, o. e und a letters of the writers, 1 If lettersare that'I the commercial: 'fishermenlive home. Harry E Miller,

are gummed up and illegible printed above a non de plume here all year 'round and spend But, alas, the mighty politicians Jensen Beach
but never without The News knowing
arose and downed these mauraud-
dollar make
the of the writer. Let every they locally. -
NEVER put stamps on anything that Stop these men from earning a living ing seiners and their mass murderof
ten sent in anonymously are filed
the fishes, but still for
even a
Cooperation Can Cut Down on Home Thefts mail them to favor a newspaper You have already done in the waste basket.-The Editor. feel and the pinch your business and how men If Mr will few years the sport fisherman LET'S LAUGH
a by writing it; they can afford the
could still catch all the fish he
PIIIPPS PARK BUM: Fair Play cannot catch any fishhook
I petty. little postags dues ItKAUlllIll: NOW .and-lining, he better learn could use. And the mud on the -
Inform Enforcement Officers bottom of the St. Lucie began to
WhenYou're how to fish If he will live up to The philosopher who said that
Editor Stuart News: .
CULTIVATE settle and there. Now,
friendly relations with the what he signs his name as. then stay approx.Imately work well done" never needs
editor Try calling him up at his home at 1 a.m. On the south bank of the StI he should he fair enough to blame twenty years since this i over never raked leives.-BreeLC,
Leaving Home on VacationThis and saying: "We are having an argument in a I Lucie Canal, just off .the Locks himself if he does not catch fishNet great uprising that quelled .most Fort Cobb, Okla.
Road there is of the meat-hungry, mad
a seventy aere county money
has been
bar and fishing on ever
want you to settle a bet. In what round going .
is Burglary Prevention Week Not Pin tumbler locks locks did property called Phipps Park. since primitive man learned howto commercial fishermen, the mud
cylinder with knock
or a Dempsey out Willurd? on the bottom of the St Lucie is The father of a tcn>year-old/ boy
that every single week isn't also devoted preventing dead-bolt mechanism are most effective Campers and fishermen enjoy knit one three to six feet and the sport looked at his pride and joy watch
here and when there'sa deep
themselves I
burglaries, explains Stuart Police Chief 2. Have one or two lamps burning during the IF SOME of your stuff has been received campfire we ,sit I around it, As to being f fish-hungry: 1 m fisherman can hardly find i a fish mg television with a bored expres

Jesse J. Taylor, but start of vacation season evening hours This can be easily done by with I luck of enthusiasm, you probably need to and tell stories I'm I from New sing sure knows the it is l/aak the land-hungry Walton League who to be lied about sion on his face, then remarked,

has been chosen to emphasize to the public using an automatic timer on lamps or mak learn the technique of newspaper writing York City and really like it here must bulk-head and fill the river Herein i l lies the epitaph to sport "When I was a boy your age I

how you can keep thieves out of your home lag arrangements with a neighbor to turn which dilfcrs greatly from! standard literature Jesse Griffin, superintendent of bottom and ruin the spawning fishing m Martin County. four walked miles In blizzards, milked

Mayor Ray Cook has formally proclaimedMay them on and off each evening Lights burn- parks for Marlin I County. is working grounds of many fish Sincerely, rode cows horse early each morning, and
a instead of
24.30 for dissemination l of such information ing all night or day and night fool no one. FACTS are a dime'tt dozen: ; what tire-new' hard to beautify this park. He Now Mr. Fair PlayA not Norman, E,,hCwr1.! .. comfortaHe
In cooperation with Florida Police Chiefs 3. Be sure to discontinue deliveries during your papers are looking/ for today Is vivid, imaginative has planted trees and is raising learn the truth, and as scripture Jensen about that?" .-
absence A call to the is safer than shrub and flowers so, in t time,
Association Inc dairy a tells us. Isaiah 5,14: (Therefore The looked
sensational stulf dressed with boy at his father
fancy \U:RL SORRY up
be of.
Few people realize burglaries account for note left for the milkman. The post office adjectives wi 11 have a place to Bill, proud Dana my people go into exile for want 111E ANSWER'S NO and remarked, "Gee, I wish we
will hold your mail, loo Have your newspaper Broadway of knowledge), May God blessyou could have that kind of fun now"
44 per cent of the total major crimes in the Manager Phipps I Park.win. Editor Stuart News:
forwarded to vacation Mr. Fair Play so you may -Spur.
your Talladcga Ala
country.. They occur at a much greater frequency THEY PARTICULARLY want Do you think that this anonymous
opinion learn be fair.
4. Tell one neighbor you are leaving, ask himIf your ,. AT tEAS to .
bit of
than other crime about
verse I in
any one every of prayer
leading figures around town whom Paul
thirty-five seconds, day and night, throughout he'll look after things for you in your may consider to be crooked thieving shady you, SOMH1ODY: : LIKED II Port Salerno Mispel, the schools might be worth reprint. Policeman: "Why didn't you report -
absence-sweeping up, cutting the lawn, ing? the robbery at once? Didn't
the year. During 1963 there were an estimated Immoral Editor Stuart News:
lying, mendacious otherwise objectionable
picking up circulars, etc or All I that H. Biel ehi, Sincerely, you' suspect !something when you
>900,000> bursaries committed across the coun- can say is MW'ORK.R: I'm:
5. Use latches all You don't t have to have the proof, Mrs. K. O HerrlmPRYtROMIIhSLY came home and discovered all the
try. The total dollar loss of these burglaries/ safety on windows They'llallow whose letter appeared in the May Ol NETS I IN RIVIK
the windows to be opened far enough nor you have to sign your name to what you 14 has no sense of humor drawers opened and the contents>>
was approximately $200,(XX),000. send in; the newspaper gladly takes the full risk, paper Editor Stuart News: : scattered?
for proper ventilation, but not enough for and satire is wasted upon him.
In South Florida, the situation is aggravated someone to enter of libel on itself and a paper that won't do that The column on Johnson aid I think that the Iiaak Walton Now I sit me down to school Wife: "No, I didn't suspect a

by the fact that many winter residents close up 6. Notify the police department or sheriffs is not much of a paper to the poverty.stneken was priceless League of Martin County should Where praying is against the rule, thing I just thought my husband
their places in the spring and don't return office when you're leaving, where you can I sent it up to my sister in wake up.From For this great Nation under God shirt."been looking for a clean

until fall. be reached in emergency and when you IF YOU HAVE a personal axe to grind, Wilmington, Del.. who will probably week to week I have read Finds public mention of Him odd -Spoke, Hickory. N. C.
I "Alerting the public to this und show it to a friend of hers on letters regarding netting in the St Any prayer a class recites
menace to returnn.Particularly are sore at some cotton-picking judge, heartless
I expect the Wilmmgton paper. It ought to Lucie i and Indian Rivers of Martin Now violates the Bill of Rights If you want to write something
I I suggesting to them some of the simple precautions ask neighbors to police chief or unfair highway patrolman, that has
your reportto a chance of for
be syndicated County, and !sure agree with all Any time my head I bow living on
t i'' I I to take, can substantially reduce this law enforcement officers any suspicious bring your grievance to the newspaper We will A cousin of mine who has beenin hat has been printed against it. Becomes a Federal matter now! ever, sign a mortgage Rotogram,

:, I"" menace in our community," Chief Taylor said characters they see prowling near your residence file it-oops-take care of it properly. Thereis the main post office in Washington I am sure surprised that there Teach us of stars, pole and equator Frederick, Md

Here are !some suggestions Stuart Police while you are away Thats probablythe never a time when we are not glad to have practically all his business has not heen a word from the But make no mention of their .

I Ii r Department recommends you take before leaving most effective tip of all. our editor sit down und take an hour or two late says they are laughing the Izaak Walton League of Martin Creator The tourist stood gazing at the
your home during the warm months ahead: An informed public cooperating whole- discussing general Injustice. Zip Code numbers to death You County not a word. They must Tell of exports in Denmark and dinosaur bones

: I 1, Use good locks. Don rely on cheap door heartedly with local law enforcement agencies might speed up the good work. be a bunch of netters, as one writer Sweden park Finally he m asked a New Mexico elderly

locks to protect your home and valuables cun reduce losses from home pilferers WHAT NEWSPAPERS like best of all is Or you might copy the St. rut it. Also how shout the But not about Eves transgressionin I Indian who served as an an unofficial
buttons rulers of Martin Eden.
Pete Times and give out County; they
personal! interviews with people who have "Nobody for President are also "mum." guide how old the bones were.

dreamed up a new religion, are writing bookson -Admirer Are they all so short.minded The law is specific and very precise, The elderly Indian replied, "One

all-cereal diets, or disagree with the Einstein that they cant !see the results if Praying out loud is no longer nice. Old hundred" million and three years

Don't Be Too theory Dont worry about taking up our QUO ItS: S'RIPIURE allowed to continue Praying out loud in a public hallUpsets "
Enroll Your Children "How
Busy to believers can be definite"asked
In nothing at all. you !so
I t'' time.; we have all the lime there is. 10 MR FAIR PLAY Stock and make regulations to In silence alone can we meditate the tourist..
bass and snook,
Editor Stuart News: protect striped And if God gets the credit "A geologist told me they were
In the
Red Cross Summer School then allow nets to he used to catch
Swimming THE NEWSPAPERS will always throw In the May 14 Stuart News a them Lets do something now to This .rule' however has a gimmick I KM)000000( ) years old and that
; Mr. Fair that) "
(peculiar name was
i out factual news for cunningly written free advertising stop such acts m it: exactly three years ago. -
j disguised as news Don't send In just wrote a very unsavory letter about Bob Stoker You must be through in less thana Wheel, Southwest! Abilene, Tex.
For your own peace of mind, and quite Thursdays! and Saturdays A special class may a seine operating in the Inland Waterway minute
straight accounts. Use little Hereis Sh mcatters, N. Y.
possibly to save the life of your children, take be held for pre'school children on Saturdays a ingenuity Now Mr. Fair Play So all I ask is a minute of quiet QUOTABLE QUOTES
a sample:
,, the effort to enroll them in the Red Cross Don't forget that this is a land of waters about should where get himself and what better the informed water I\OR\I.\N E:. (RM\S If I feel like praying, maybe I'll When a book, any sort of book.,
Rivers, ocean, lakes and private pools are constant RtPlltS 10 'FAIR try reaches a
certain intensity of artistic
: summer ,swimming school which starts June "MRS EMMA WITHERSPOON. Rio, way is and learn whit a seine is. If not 0 Lord, this plea I make
temptations for children. See that they ON IIMILNG. LtniR ; performance it becomes literature
8 at Sunrise Inn.Regibtration swim who visited the big sale still going on at Harmony The gill nets used for cork screw Should I die in school my soul 1 hat
are taught to now and relieve: yourselfof intensity be a matter -
and could may
Hardware is at home from mg are not seines not Editor Stuart News: you'll take
is on Friday, June! 5, at the one more worry recuperating of style, situation, characteremotional ,
the crush of the crowd all be so used even if the setters I feel that the letter signed Fair
Junior High gym, or if you should miss that, If you've lived to adulthood and haven't trying to get at wanted to operate in the waterway Play deserves a rebuttal. I hope Dear Mrs Herrlm: tone, or idea, or half
s go directly to the! pool on opening day learned to swim, "come on in, the water' fine," those bargains, but hopes to be well enough to It's true the fishermen are dollar- and feel confident that he will get No Ma'am, we have an absolutely a be dozen other things. It may also.
Classes will be held Mondays, Tuesdays, says Jack Smou.se, coordinator make it back on the last three big days this conscious, maybe even meat I-hun' it from someone who can better inviolable rule against print. a perfection of control over the

I week. end"IS try, Mayhap Mr. Fair I Play docs answer him than I can, however ing any form of verse or poetry control movement of a story similar to the
not have to work for his living I am sick and tired of gutless people in The Stuart News. But thank you the a great pitcher has over
YOUR husbands plumbing business and a family but the fisherman who will not sign their name for bringing it to our attention .ball.-Raymond Chandler

slow? Well then why don't you do your port does As often stated 99 per cent to letter knocking the fishing i in -The Editor The
Congressional Review of Unfavorable Inlet and contribute a column on plumbing to The of netted fish are fish that no one isa area in general and the;: commercial to be thing that matters today is
'I aware of the fact that the
I catches hook and line. WF STANDCORRICILD J
usually fisherman in
News? You will find that this paper Is always on particular world is not
Report Should Be Carried Out anxious to cooperate with free advertising The bulk of his catch are mullet, For whoever Fair Play might destruction but moving that toward all men self-, in

Immediately .since our employes love newspaper work so gouts, perch etc be, I cite the following information Editor Stuart News: spite of all revolutions, wan, Cataclysms
Now if the .
nets destroy
I I much that they refuse to take for it every In a Rambling Reporter column and natural ,
pay living thing in our waters. is it not First of all it is against the law under the heading "An Anal. are headed catastrophes
The request by Stuart Sailfish Club and the us for all lime." strange these nets have been used to use a seine net in Martin County ysis of Tourney Winners" in that the toward a new reality

Jzaak Walton League! for a Congressional review We hope that Congressman Paul O Rogers, PROPER timing is important. Our reporters ever since Honda was here and waters. Secondly the 400-foot opinion the analysis lends to cheapen my- says rhetorically gales of the future, as one
are idle most Sunday afternoons, so why there are actually fish caught net he mentioned are open.-Leonardo
of the U.s. Senator Spessard! Holland and Senator George more seeing being the Stuart Sailfish Tournament Rwcl
Engineer Corps St Lucie Smathers will dig down into this and find out not pick that time for such features as shower now than before For certain, if used could hardly he enough to without the participation of the .

Inlet report seems to us most fitting why the marine loss I figures the curtailment of parties for cxpc-cUnt: poodles? the fish were not here, the net catch a good mess of fish to carry local fishermen it would be a failure Fearful as reality is less
Sailfish Club in fisherman sure would not makea home much less be used by a It would be it is
The particular pointed out commercial fishing, and the loss of lives at the open only to a fearful than evasions of reality
STAFF such living In fact he is receiving commercial fisherman trying to select few .
that the impossible financial requirements members delight In covering it is useleu
inlet all overshadowed to evade
were erosion reality,
by an less for his fish than he did
: seemed obviously to reflect a desire "to quiet problem that was allowed to big events on the Sabbath They become over a living I am sure the fishing touri twon't because it only makes it more virulent
nullify a navigation with years ago. He received as high! Finally if Fair Play really believes appreciate your claim that the
come emotion. The last we assigned in end But instead look
.>>. and safety problem reporter as 14 cents a pound for mullet in that the few commercial the local fishermen are the best ,
iii 1I steadfastly into .
A local delegation should! go to Washington to cover a birthday. party for a cat on the old days whereas he is luckyto fishermen left can catch enough and they should not compete with ed malignant the slit, pin point

The Stuart News wit) furnish photo printsof and confer with the Congressional contingent. a Sunday became so confused that he wandered get 4 or 5 cents now. The type fish to slight the sport fisherman, them You have lost track of the old-hand trainer eyes of reality: as an
dominates wild
size up to 8 by 10 Inches, of any picture off to Jacksonville and hasn't found his of net Mr Fair Play complains he should' know a litttle of the past! fact that most local fishermenwere beasts.-Caitlin ThomasIf his

taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 way back yet. about has. been used in this river fishing history of this area For fishing tourists at first and .
for the first print and $1.00 for any additional If you decide to drive on the coming Mem- f.nlan}. many tears. day in and many years the seiner* aboundedin located here because of the fish- you think you into being
print ordered from the same negative at the orid Diy week end, remember that hazards OH ONE LAST thing, when you send in day out. Yet the fisherman catch this county and these marauders ing conditions. Why not stress for the purpose came of taking an

dma larger sizes by special quotation will probably be increased on crowded roads stuff, dolt bother about spelling names right, is as good as ever. with their heavily.weighted{ that fact in your column instead important part in the administration
1 tame New employees will not take Night/ driving, drinking and driving too fast giving initials or gull t like that; we know everybody As to catching schools of troutin nets thnt trapped every animal that of criticizing the local fishermen of events, to guard a province of
Stuart for the and photograph are primary factors involved! in most serious And we can always run corrections In a net in the many years I have crawled or swam in the water, for entering the fishing tournament the moral creation from nun, and
except news advertising accidents have fished I never yet did see a school fished this county to, no end. It If you want to do something that us salvation
fact, we correcting the
column* of,The Stuart New even run corrections of trout in this river. Mr Fair was a them hangs on
common sight to see constructive: for the tourist! fish success of
Drive carefully this Memorial your
Day-and corrections, which shows bow far are willing single arm, you
we Play be notified that trout are coming in to the docks at their ermen, stop the commercial netting have wholly, mistaken..
always to go to get things rieht lone and the to Catch fish !houses after your ,bustnew. -
rangers way a night foiling in the rivers. I have been told Ralph Waklo Dei10DStuart


1 nTE STU\RT (morlda) NF'IThnncay, May 29,1964 S-C
Legion Auxiliary Council Authorizes
NEWS : County - - - -

MRS. ANN\ MINEAR, Correspondent Phon. 7464643II' ., Holds Election., I To Negotiate for Roads Aid $500,000 Imptoiement Is Planned

ttaaiettlaeac.? n, ,I .e .. __...." ._ I Mrs Niles Hughes was elected
-- I Ill,'"'''\ lights nicitine. ol the Mrs A. L. Je>hnsrud's request Work to Start Giant

Local Safety Patrolmen Ic-on Torn ( iiiii.il: was iltiiidid by that the council: consider reducingthe on
I Palm Beach C ountv) Anmg and
I May nailing high fee for !solicitors I m the

Visit National I! Mrs Hughik supporting officers W.building Siith department member, A. town, will be studied, it was agreed Marina
Capital are. Mr.. Rov Rood. first vice Mn Jail;, Sonnson. town clerk, at Jupiter SoonThe
South the I ullcll.'n of
explained I
Theresa stated that the SS
president: Mrs. Albrechl lee of l (1I) a weekor
Visits to the Senate Building. ( oar, Peggy Hartman and David second lice president: Mrs John the county /Ofimg department Ian $21H a month had been place I

the White House and the FBI I Richard, !selected tha outstanding Lich recording secrelaary; Mrs tics.agent ol that the the local munuipili on the "books' to discourage tolic- construction it' a half pony's growth and the growth of hatchec River on 160 feet of river
building highlighted the school i as A L. Pcnnock corresponding sec saving state requires tors in the area Mr and! Mrs. million-Dollar manna u Jupiter by the community;' front. It fronts on the river, the
patrol air I and a central plan before! aid can be
boy the
members trip to Washington in local organization rclary;; Mrs. Harlow S Rood treasurer obtained lor roads and Johnsrud are representing! Royal Boomer Bout Company of Riviera The o.nlerIanna.! he !said inlet t the Intracoastal; Waterwayand
They also visited received an all-expense ; Mrs. Michael Shollis.! chap streets !Palm Memorial Park and did nol will have docks with the capacity both US. I and A1Aliirope .
Arlington National paid trip as guests of the Jupiter lain: Mrs Earl Bender sergeant The council passed a resolution ; anticipate. door to door tolicita Beach will begin soon' according to handle 100 I bouts of up
Cemetery where they placeda authorising the unit to to James P \\'.itxui.,. JUI"lcr-Te- : ThI:; :
i at Miss county
wreath on John F. Area Jaycees: and the Jupiicr-Hohe -arms; Sandi Uch. assistant : ne-I I lions. to sixty feet m length still supports more people
Kennedy at and Mrs Ken ,olllle) with the stale and Chamber: ot Commerce it the mile than
grave and witnessed the Sound Kmanis Club. sergeant arms Appointments nude" bMajo qucsla also have complete in and o u t square any
neth Home. historianThi agencies about area roads Stall were follows director and churniui for 2M smaller bouts, and other comment
of the guard: at the Tomb of the The educational approved at ; : ol the wa- storage .
Unknown Soldier The Smithsonian and inspiring I new panel of officers will I' H.lrlBoomer, Boomer police duel, (iI\nn b. Mao; pa- terwiys commiltoe an expansion i potential for an adcliticMiil -- - -

Institute and the Lincoln Me-- trip ended on a note ot'gaiety whet be suited at a joint ceremony with I' Boat C omnuny! ol RIviera, appeared trolmm Fred J. ('111'1': town clerk. The new insl.ill.moil has 250 bouts EVER TIME A FOREST
morial were also high spots in the the young people spent two hoursat I I the American Legion officers on belore the council u ask for Gail I I. Sorcnson; btxikkecper. Irma !given In addition they plan to operate .
memorable tour. Some of the live- Glen Echo Amusement! Park I July 9 al the post home on U S, : information on u bulkhead! lIne D Archer; building uispccur. great impetus: to the present driveto a modern marine store handling fiRE STRIKES,

ly young people climbed the 800 in Maryland, enjoying Ihe roller I. by the District 9 installationteam adjoining the property lor his James Y, I Duly and town attorney hive the Jupiter Inlet unproved. everything from bouts to fishing raoerr
odd steps of the Washington Mon I new murme inst,ill ,troll on the Ballard IX)nnell, In a letter to Watson Hxumrslated tackle, YOUGET
coaster and
other rides before south
side of the Lo\ahalche
ument, and all met with Representative I Mrs. Horne urged all members RIv- Dr. V. D Stono was' appointed that the future stilus of Ihe new marina plans, whenpresented :
Paul Rogers on the Capitol boarding their tram for Florida I to write letters to their congress- cr east t of the U. S. I bridge After director of Civil Defense. and At- Jupiter Inlet will be a important to the Corp* Engineers BURNED
lIlfR :
some U w'is brought ;
lawn. nun and Senators urging supportof fred Weeks, municip,il j judge actor in both Representative
our COlli-
out that bulkhead had
the Becker a bun es- Weeks is former 1.tho and Senator Smalhers, Immediate
The Palm Beach County School Coastal amendment prayer justice brought '
PlayersTo tahl shed that
Safety Patrol Association '() and Bible reading in the public ago in co-opcrat in ana with 1 several the year In- peace here.Plmning. response including lop I IFor

ed the trip to Washington for 740 schools leinal Improvement fund BoanIt boird ippointmcm HERE: \M Till HIMilcoln : priority rating with the Engineers I -
students and their chapcrones Present ShowThe The group packed three bug'ot' were W. K. Hollauie! and Philip for the inlet study and plans for ;
I It! was announced that Palm DuBois
They were under the direction of good clothing for the "Save M. Weaver spent !several improvement
Edward Eissey! president of the recently organized Coastal the Chjldnn! Federation" to he Bach (oiinty is turning hick t,\ days In Uclc/c! British Honduras Ihc facility will be located immediately

association. and the local Players have announced their first used! for needy children at home the town the civic center. which Miss Penny KicwsteiHonoied I.Cf.'k on business, cast of the ll, SI I bridgeon
group I they had leased ('onunissionsr. the south side ot 1 the loxaLllllt -
\II chaperoned by the assistant! production to he staged at Sal- and abroad! Committee reportsfor Louise. Johnston asked the Mrs Kelly OvJishy and her
removal Shower
principal of Jupiter School Victor haven Auditorium on Friday and the year were heard and the ol partitions placed in the by I d.1uahler.II'S! Hetty lane Oglesby --- --._---

the Schott. Jupiter Patrol memberson Saturday" June 2627 rummage$210 earned sale committee reported building by iho county lor their Miss Penn HIC'ICrh,1 is to'' of Miami flew l.> New Yorkto II:VC.ll; : MUS
trip were: Jim Adair David visit the World I
I-eary Terry Shine Kris Olsen. "George Washington Slept Here;' Mrs. Hughes and Mrs Sholtis park olfices There are no future be married in August to Chiirle air lust weekend little League! standings for the
Christine Hammond, the popular plans for the center lit the mo P. Martyn III, was honond Wed week ending May 21 showed Demand -
Linda lx w- ucorgc Kaufman wire chosen; to represent! the Auxiliary
dcrmilk, Elaine Sullms. Heidi Moss Hart at the department mint ncsdiiy, in absentia: al .i luncheonand Mrs Mann C'. Stone of !Medina Garage stilt m the toad
comedy will he
Rice Yvonne Howarad Debbie play for the occasion Rehearsals ton: in Jacksonville: eCoten-1 personal shower by Mrs! J. : Ohio who has been the guest I Steve Barber of Rood landscape .
I Marvel Elliott and Mrs. Richard of her I, won a free dinner with his
Lewis. Cathy Stewart, and Andrea are now in son in- iw and daughter
progress under the di Poppy sales
reel on of Laurrcum BIKSOW with for May 29 and were 30 I Garden Club thirsty at the Elliott! home Oil Bcu !Mr and !Mrs Earl Wilson, Center homo run on May IM.
Ellie May Schmidikc con I Street this past winter, returned John Brcwbokcr. Jupiter-Tcqiics-
1 Bill H..s. Stu. Dick Mclvcr Anschtitz. I Mrs Hughes was hostess' for Miss. nNwterliIIl IH. graehmice to her home reecnily Mr and ta.Kobe' Sound Athletic Associa

Jack Gushing and Natalie Trent the electing which was held at her Installs in June from 1 asalle Junior College Mrs Wilson spent several days lion, which sponsors the leagues, Summertime
included in the cast home in Tropic Vista in Aubiiriul, Mast. Severa with Mr. Wilson I brother.in.luw expresses appreciation for the
Home Loan Talks' The of ihe friend honoring her are and sister Mr und !Mrs Clarence fine support being given the teams Beauty \Visit .
Mrs ,
I Fred
for R
name the \\ II"HIu installed
Coast -
al group RepublicanVomcl1 leaving for the summer and to Weber. at their home in Miami before by the parents lie !nays the teams
Players, was selected by mem- is president of the 1 ravel hit thc noval .idea ot their Master are playing and
Install up having; meeting grandson grcut gmics urges
ben and officers at the first business OfficersJupiter ers Palm Garden C lull lit the annual shower lor her before John Serif bucking for the boys
by don herold a they leave. on !Silurday John public Powder
meeting held last week The luncheon ut Iieutsla I | Coun- board and IH( ) Puff
whose Mrs score
officers for Those invited \\creIrs.: War- mother. Curl !M Sarlf new
this Republican Women'sClub Club .
year are: Dick try Tue..uIlY.Othcr
of ( la i number plates have been donated.
held ren Brew ter. !Mrs Hugh Layton Cleveland on a European
Anfchutz' president its annual luncheon at
; Spilzcr, offucrs in'lalkl1y! Mrs Mrs John lour, will upend! the month of June BEAUTY SALON
dishing. Mrs tli:
vice president; Bob Nichols. treasurer Tcqucsta Country Club on Wednesday Butler director, of District 10,
1 cab tnahaa4'j6 with tm Mr and A11IM: CRADIH1IOV
Mrs J. Hicks Lanier, uremts.
nor Kelly
: M tzi Mrs. Fred N. Michael
Stieper will
secretary, and were: !Mrs, Jack Robson first vice
ntcey\ Marge Danas historian. presiding Mrs Mrs. Robert SImnonlIrs.! John Mrs \Vilson join !Mrs Stone Mrs E. F Yules of Jupiter and IRCI K I),V IS-JOYCE LIRA
president; James D Payne, !
inIedina in July.
Kurtz Mrs! ArmhruMcr
Cicorgc Mrs Ethel Skinner of Riviera
Several Milton
minor Engstrom, Palm CRIFFII'llBeginning
parts calling for ;
Lyman !Mrs Toney I'enn.Irs.! Frank
young people are not yet filled Beach state committeewoman from : ; !Mr 111.1In.! R. H Fligg. Jupi !Beach are attending the Jlra.luIItion -

and anyone interested in playing Lake Worth, and Mrs Charles !Mrs. Kenneth! Horne Sr., corresponding Mrs Ijuhrein, Ihomus, Mrs Walter; Mrs Lalhrop, C'I liureMalonc tere Inlet Colony, have returned exercises! at the Universityof June 1st. \V, Win
these, who Grabli. of the Dily to Green Hill Farms. for Southern Mississippi at Hat-
or would care to join president Northside! secretary and Mrs !. Muss !MONDAY for
Mrs Alton rhell'hIrs.! Miss this week Be ILOSII!
the Republican Club of Lake Park, Busch. the summer months tiesbiirg ?
are to call 746- Hugo treasurer
4045..roup. reported on the Women', Republican John Glenn !Mrs Jan rcdrni, and Joe Vincent i Skinner, Mrs; Skinner the Summer .hfoathaNest '
Committee chairmen appointee Mrs Hattie ClarkIIRISIIVN Mr. and Mrs Ray U Daly son, and a former Jupiterresident
Conference in i
I M aN rkRaG St. April. Washingtonin by !Mrs Wilson lor the coning I 'lghhe( >use Drive, are spending ii receiving his B.E, in to Ptwtofflce. AT 7-4983
Jude's Mothers year are: !Mrs 1I.'hlirt,1I1D8, (' SCHMI the in (Connecticut education 27.
At Cenacle 'I Mrs Helene Morris of St. Piters awards und legislation; !Mrs Car SI..VIKS I 1: C.KVDU\IION:' -, -summer, --- .. --- -- -._ __m_onlay_ __ ___ .._______
Retreat burg Albert Roberts 111. national Sihlaiks, birds and conservationMrs ; :
Mrs committeeman of Florida, of St. A. D Alderman. btx k serv The first graduation! exercisesat T i MERKLE MOTORS INC.
Harvey Ford spiritual dc- Petersburg and Mrs. tngstrom Ices: Mrs Reginul A. Dicdnch! Jupiter Christum School will ,
First Federal I' elopmcnt chairman of St Judo were introduced as candidates for artistic; Mrs William Bmgman, be held I riday, May 29 at 9:30

Christ member Mothers was one of a three (the unpledged elute at the Republican garden. therapy; Mrs Allred Weeks, amThe m Proudly Announces the Appointment of
panel to participate in the Convention horticulture! ; Mrs Will am Jac tiny kuielcrgurtcn graduates I

Savings adjuststhe retreat louse, workshop Lantana at the Cenacle Mrs. Hugh Willoughby of Stuart qucs( ways und 1II'unsIn.; James mncludu !Mike Richardson, Allen JACK IMEUIL
Mrs 0 n Thursday state committeewoman for P. Kelley. visiting gardens; Mrs J incs, Jonny Circen, !Sheila Russell I !
chairman Vincent Brown past retreut Martin County and /second vice Ray ('. Hanscn landscape design. Timmy Moschera. loci Stone, To the Position of Stuart
hurdle at St Clare, North Palm of I Mrs. Seilcrl remembrance Vuncssa Rood, Debbie Kruni, and
Beach and Mrs Michael Slavm eration president of the Republican Honda Slate Women's Fed- and Mrs Henry(mnnir Mculcngracht; Chuckle Philubuum 11 Branch Manager of Mcrkle Motors.

retreat chairman at St Bcrnedettc. Clubs, installed the officers of the world gardening 'I Ihe school which hull cills- 1 Invite nil Ilk blends and customer
fit" Hollywood were also panelists I I lack would like to past :
to Jupiter ses.in the SouthernIelhJi! t Uuculional ,
Republican Club Mrs.
President Tolmc
you Mrs Julius E. Demske of Juno, for the rnnnno vnnf Thou. in. .1 Sorensen Outgoing announced that Mrs Building. and was or- .., 'I to give him a call or Mop by and we him ahout their automotive
president of the East i '- : : last will add lined New Can Used Caw .or S4.0T'kf.. '
When let a home loan from Coast Dean stalled were:; Mrs: Fred N Michuils Alfred Weeks has been awarded a mmed fall another t tie : 1 '
you cry was the moderator. Mrs R A Die- grade next )ear ,
of Vero president; Florida Slate lute I1Icllll>er..hllt''r!
Firit Federal Savings
Delegates present representing drich, first vice president; Mrs. outstanding service above and beyond !Mrs Donald Smith assisted by .Jt4l"
Beach to build or buy a home it twenty women's groups in the Frank Hubbell second vice president duty !Mrs Weeks ig District !Mrs. Homer Peacock, has laugh ('1\ BREUILMERKLE: MOTORS-; ',
is the beginning of a pleasant business deanery took part in the question ; Mrs A L Johnsrud, recording 10 director of flower show kiiulirgirtin and tirst grade this ,
relationship that will probably and answer period following the !secretary; Mrs A. A. P. Cu judges past school year.OltN'S .

last IS. 20 or 25 years, panel discussion and assisted in suck, corresponding secretary and On the lighter side, the luncheon: Lincoln-Mercury Sales and Service
\\ : CILin
At the very start they do every the formation of a retreat schedule Mrs Lyman Austin treasurer program featured hats the most PI ,VNS: CALENDAR 305 N (OMWAIM) AVENUE: STUART'
thing possible to adjust the monthly the year I Mrs. Michaels announced her oriynil. the most beuuliliil and ,_ .. .
payment (which includes part of After lunch, Rev. thl: Heinng"enaclc ommiltic: chairmen for the coming the most amusing. Mrs, Robson the executive! board of Jupiter u
principal! and interest) to meet your chaplain concluded! the year: Mrs J. Howard Cox, !Mrs Rinxm I J'. Gladwin !Sr und Women i Club nut wuh Mrs Ld-:
one-day meeting with benedictionand lullclm Mrs Edwin Pedersen, ward Arnold Tuesday
Their experience I ; !Mrs Richard Ilirdy gave a humorous evening
ability pay. will a sermon. telephone: Mrs. John Ross, ways satire on gardening '1 Ihe calendar for the coming
of borrowers
with thousands Delegates from St. Judc Christian and means; Mrs. Alvin Bulterficld, Mrs !Mamie JII Cullaspie und year was planned and dales for
enable them to advise you wiselyas Mothers were: Mrs William publicity: Mrs A A. Green, hot !Mrs Meryl Kollilow. l social '!service the annual curd parties. the fiv>h-
to how much you should at Forbes, Mrs Nicholas Porto, Mrs. pitality; and Mrs Carl Schlacks directors at Salhaven Retirement ion how and oilier events were

temptIf Stanley Oblacznskl Mrs. Ernest flowers and sunshine Village. were among the honored !set
your circumstances should I Veal and Mrs. Theodore Wells I Forty members attended t h e guests including all the past presidents 1 he hostesses for the meeting
change during the years, you will all members of the retreat com luncheon which was followed bybridge of Travelers Palm Garden were. Mrs. Arnold, Sirs Ixuiniillash

find First Federal understanding! uttee, Club and !Mrs Paaul HanlcyOthers .. .
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aiid helpful pre.ntere Mrs Alvm
Iiillcrfield!, Mrs. Donald Davle
They will permit you to make >1rs. A. I I.. Green Mrs Edward
larger-than,usual payments on your WAKE THE TOWN AND TELL THE PEOPLE Pearson' Mrs M. Nedhurdt, Mrs.

loan at any time, which will en- (harles Kale Mrs J. J. Meoka> .
able you to save greatly on total Mrs Eric Kreihel. Mrs A. A. P. I

Interest costs over the years. ('u'>llck. Mrs, Jack Robson Mn.1).11I .
They can later perhaps, lend -MORITZ PIANO CO.nM Harden, and Mrs J. Howard

you more on the same mortgage to Cox

enlarge or Improve your home The arts and crafts meetinghosted ,
First Federal initial costs are happy to announce the opening of/ the New MO1UTZ by the West Palm Reach .
Women Club Women i
low and are stated definitely in ad- PIANO CO. ANNEX. Now Two Stores to Serve You: flub building West at the t Palm Beach

vance reasonable and their interest rates are 112 North 5th St., plus Our New Annex at 420 Orange A\o'C. an Miy 21. was attended by Mrs
iullerficld!, Mrs Cox Mrs. Ncid 1'WJlGHT: : :
hart and Mm Pearson of the Jupiter .11,

MW.i. .... ... Intone u. Ie 110.000 To Celebrate This Gala Event We Offer the Following Club "
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_.. c._.at... SS.nf._111.5.Copyrighted_Vw_. .rot, ....a1d. .....N MFI.v.t _rtI. Merchandise at the Biggest Savings Ever MtYF1.OWER our: SLA CTRCLEIA)11S !SON

1964) I !Mayflower Circle held Us closing -
meetiing for the season at the
Balanced Twirling Batons, Reg. Price $ 3.50, special 79c home of !Mrs John DuBois on

WANTA Mapcs Guitar Sets . Reg. Price 150:; special $ 1.00 Tuesday Checking ceOUllts

COMFORTABLE Tambourines . . Reg. Price 6.50, special 4.00 Earl Following\ Wilson, a who picnic hm lunch been chairman Mrs.- To Our Senior Citizens Over 65

MORTGAGE? Bongos . . . Reg. Price 5.00() special 2.95 for the past year, heard committee -
report, and turned the -
I' .... ...d. unrt nwlw. .. I" Reeds, all types . . . . Buy 4 and get 1 Free el t over U Mr. James Vail chairman gavt -

kail*..<.u ku Fed....r rrf.VM K tm1.1k .oil:i".i'In ;.=...=,.,..:....:.: Guitars . . . Reg. Price 25.00, special 17.95 After for the the coming the year B\NK: OK MUARf BANK OF STUART

MtUr I............. a.le.PbOHI ..- meeting members
Rebuilt Pianos Price 395.00 199.50
-, Factory Reg. special enjoyed boalrides with Mr and Regular Banking lluunlMimduyt Drive-kt Bunking Mount

Vero Beach 562-2373 I Electric Organs . . Reg. Price 159.00, special 99.50 Mrs. W. K HyotlameHJNCIIBRIIX.F .
thru rrWay. 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. Mondays thru Hmnduya 7(30( la 6 P-'\f.
25% OFF on ALL B.\\D: I\Sl'RV\IENl'S-DRVWi-GUn.\R.\U.OHUlO'S.: : ThroPrice. : PARTY
Good for May 28 and 29 ONLY EASY 1KRMS. HMD Al HUNT CLUB IrM)* 5i30 to 7(30 P M. Fridays 7i30 A.M. to 7:30 P M.7JO .
Jupiter-Tequesta| Hunt Club was Saturday. 9 AJVI. lu 12 Now Suturdaya A.M. to 12 >uoaVtun
LOANASSOCIATION the scene of a luncheon and bridge

chert, Mrs Charles H. Nuur Mrs
OF PRIZES Richard C. Mulready Mrs Waller -
i l-athrop. Mrs Thomas J. Davis -
I Mrs. Wilbur W. Criiwcll Mrs
204J 14th Are. Dial 5(2-2373 PRIZE $25.00 TRADE CERTIFICATE3rd : Allan Bruce Mri R. C. O'Con-
Vero Beach, Florida I'' nor Miss Barrie Laszlo and Mrs I OFSTUART
PRIZE $10.00 TRADE CERTIFICATE I A L Johnsrud were the bohtc>>''ItII.I .
Free Parking on 15th Avenue
lIOURi 9 to 3 dally, except Wed Any customer. purchasing a new Lawny or Kimball pbino or Organ HUM two day will rttclve I !Mr. and Mrs: Marklin F. task rma

etday, 9 to 12. Open 5107 Fri JUKE Ihe choice of 3-day Namiu (Crab for two with :fleshy Lodging and Fjifertunnunt: Included er, Pme Tree Circle announce I
the birth of a ion, Mathew )
day '''01010 Closed AH Day or our cheek: : for 12000. Trip may be takrn any lime It mill/ the pun-:" ,', convenlvnte." : on May U.Mn Ralph ,

Saturday. The above will apply to New Anaei at 420 Orange Ate. and skit lu Main Store at 112 N. Slit St I

1 ""here Cnstomew Seed Their MORITZ PIANO COMPANY, FORT PIERCE, FLA. Street! flew Ethel to Brownlee Palo Alto Everma, '

Friend FRANCHISE DEALER FOR Grehth: -Glbwm-Fender Guitar and Amplifier*-King-Old*- Saturday for her sons '

& Selnwr. Bund Infctr. La To ca Accordion: Lowrcy and Kimbal Plain. ft OrpUnlhcb Drums I i lee Lieutenant it to be(married jg) lame to Mu L, CMllf"j'; ,,,. J""" ,71x Itrnk ,,' .32'1 AS'T '0 CE A H ,0 (tV LI'I' AR DJUPITER

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irodie, of Palo Alto, on ..

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THE STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thursday, Nay 2S, 1964. .- Activity Keen in County

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I Ocean Breeze Park News Building Section i 617 Acres Grove Land

!Mr!. Rosy Enfield, Correspondent .. ,.." .".,.",.."" .." .
.... ....u. __ .... K".M1""I"'#'''' 1xtGl _/ .a Yaa'" 4 "J';' ? 4\\ rY -

,-_ ,. Sum
Brings $155,000

Mr. and Mrs Jerry Beagle have Mr Bra Birrctt and Mrs

left for their home In Syracuse! !, Gladys CUve left this week for (:May 15 through 11)) A iocf' land, 617 acres, the sale of eighty acres on West
Mr and !Mri Louis Barrett lives I
N. Y and Massachusetts Mrs .
northwest of 1 Indianlown t Indiantown
was Indiantown by
Farm Road,
Klein for their home in Akron, there and Mrs Clavc i is visiting her Owner Itlfatillft Contractor Description Amount transferred on May 20 from T.
after both families had father and friends Grove Company to I Larry -
Ohio, spent!
J. Dutton Jr., of Miami, to Orange
the winter in I the park. evening several park City Stuart/ Groves of Florida Inc, of Orlando Mciver of Fort Pierce for $98!!;
Saturday (x10.) The 1961-64 crop was not
Dr, Thomas Moore attended his I residents gathered at Mr and Mrs None for SM5000 :included; and a W.000) mortgage
in 80ton.I I for The land, township 39 south,
class s fiftieth reunion Dave Donaldson cabana an wins involved,
Ho and Mrs. Moore have left the I informal dinner for Mr. and Mrs Martin County range 37 east, will be developedInto !
park for the mmmcr, and! during Robert Seal, and! to tender their citrus movesRepresenting .
their vacation will spend Home best wishes to them for I their I Harold White Olympiad Reliance Builders Residence S 1,000 the sellers was M Building Permits
lime in North Carolina and will also summer vacation. Those attend Arthur L. Horton Jlobe Sound W. D. Riglon, Residence aOOI( ) P Nelson, realtor, and George
visit! the New York World Ing were Mr. and MM Seal, Mr C Hollos, Miami attorney
1.000 Total
John L. Residence
St. Lucie Inlet Farms Talor $$52,450Twelve
R. L. Blllckwood
D Marlin which
fair and Mrs I Harry >rmg titauyt I County, escaped)
lave, Ceullc llarlow: and Ro\y Ted Smicely Tropical Fruit Farms None Rc\ilel.ce ,000 altogether from any damage in
Mr and Mrs Robert Seal have Enfield. G, E, Davis Monterey /d None Carport 400 the 1962 (ree/e, has been the site building )permits, includIng -
left for their "home in Pennsylvania Holie Samuel l N. Rhodes lr. legion Hdghts Sam Rhodes Construction. Two residences (each) SOOI) of a number of recent sales of ..ilor new resiliences, were
Mr. and! Mrs Frank von
for the summer Mopping en Sum Rhodes Construction Co, Carport 1,0(1)) citrus land and developed groves I Issued by Martin County building
Samuel N. Rhodes Jr Legion Heights
visit her in Char: have left for their vacation in New .
route to niece Mr. and Mrs Royston ('ranehe Inspector last week for a total value
Date, N. C York and! Ohio Roy E. Dane Mobile Home Garde" None Enclose patio is the noted cartoonist whose of 552,450.:!
Dalton Garrett Palm City None ALiJilion 1,000 Bu/z' Sawyer-Sweeney;
Frank Scahnght strip No i were issued in the
Word has been received that Mr. and Mrs ; permits
Dewey CorrodY Rio Joe Moley Screen porch 1,130 an Indianlown locale-sold fortyacres Cilof Stuart.PAINTS .
have to Michigan for
resident of the gone
former ,
some park 751)) with estimated at
Joe Mosiry Cabana crop
C. L. Cook North federal Highway --
Mr. and Mrs Al Price, had 4 summer
$20000:! to Mr and Mrs. AlfredO
wreck hut are recuperating fromtheir Mr. and Mrs Tom Clancy have Atkinson of Charleston, S, c..
injuries left for their home in Michiganfor (! for $11 .oO.() The Cranes retained HARDWARE

Mr and Mri Waller Neva spent the summer They wire ac- 2 Porches Helpful For Year-around Living an $85,000 mortgage. Allunllc 7-4)163)
the weekend visiting friends on companied by Mrs Ibis IIo>'t, Another Martin County trans C.Iv.nited I PL.s .
the West Coast at Bradenlon Sarasota who will( visit her childicn action of improved grove land was \ /IT _. _
and Tort MyersMr Mrs. Gertrude I limes and Mrs ",'IT"", .,.,. ...% f 'I1MI'fWIN'7! ----------- 'l'1 rill" '" su..ll. I

and Mrs Joe Robinson arc Gladys MclJirdy! have returned Youth ArrestedFor Pip Cut
frun a visit with friends and relatives The first! group of figures t 'iRy T. Sketch
Okla and will
in Tulsa
visiting ? In the J1
house number
the West Coast t of Hori represents I (lome
return by way of Indianapolis on ( t EntryA Electric S.ii..
the liva-
feet of
Ind, where they will visit their da They (leave this week for several -, square Motor Bm.h. For Black *. DeckerSkill.
able house,
In the The
area (
daughter weeks visit with friends and Port Salerno >youth is facing Porur Cahr.d Olh.n
other group It an office number
of and
relatives in Ohio. charges breaking entering
Mr. and Mrs. )Robert Hollinger .) According to( Jan Reiner the home of Mrs. Beverly Daggctt! .
Mrs Trudy C hihasr, Mrs. Lillian the cost of building such On Th. D'1. On. Mil. "' .rtllJENSEI'I
from Mcchamcsburg, Pa spent thirty, South Fifth Street, Salerno BEAtH
their vacation in Florida and came Towers and Mrs. hell Peter- a house may be reckoned as last Thursday night .
- -
by for a short visit with their uncle kin attended the installation' lunch about SIB per square foot, 111 A Roger T. Davis, seventeen reportedly -
and aunt here, Mr and Mrs. eon held at the Port St. tide exclusive I I of land cost For enample LZ-- entered the house through
$Scaffcr Williams Country Club for the Jensen Beach a house numbered9J5.11 the back door. Mrs Diggctt, who
Garden Club Wednesday, May would have 935
on square was sleeping[ awoke and made a riME'TOI CTI
Friends were very !sorry to hear :20! Mrs. Peterkin was installedas feet of hvub'e' area and noise. but Davis clamped his hand
that Mrs, Alice Woolsey had a treasurer The officers wore should I cost apptoxunatcly over her mouth She managed to
bail fall She i ill recuperating nice. beautiful orchids and lovely pompon $9,350 to build fortable size ((17 by 15 feet) with I scream and Davis fled

iy corsages. made by some ofthe LJ.L 1 a 9'i' .foot ceiling at the front, P. R S BEDRMP He was' caught later when ha

Mrs Geneva Dei and Helen members By JAN RFINFR doping down to 8 feet over the CH KITCHEN qx IS16x returned to the Daggett home. He
Mast are visiting friends in lcs compact kitchen. A dramatic effect couldbe said he was seeking money.Deputy
A n high speed) Home No. 940 SI Ij RF
: t Sheriffs Morgan Sprott and
\burg and other points in Floridafor Cllal I
high resolution lens system to see gamed by 19 feet of indirect Jack
Curry investigated
(en day. infrared radiation at night has A high-ceilmgcd living room light over the sliding doors The P, v t LKN 1 1I f
John Corhs h in Martin Memorial been developed It will even pro. I with front and back porches i is L-shaped living.dining area maybe The way certain chemicals

Hospital for treatment andpossibly duce sharp images of weak infra- achieved by the architectural combination 1 used as one airy space, or the N I cause cancer is explained In a new i
an !operation I red sources of a high main house unit dining-kitchen area may he closed finding that the chemicals suppress
with a low flat.roofed "L" con off by a 10-foot-wide folding\ partition I I I the production i of a substance
taining carport and screened (see zigzag on plan). Both called interferon t that i is normallyput
porches The result is a two bedroom I areas have direct access to the r' out by cells in response to
house ((30 by 34 feet) offering rear porch, and thereby to the gar virus i infection i Interferon. prc
: maximum enjoyment of in den, the utility room and the car ROOM BEDROOM vents the spread of the infection
-lihil door-outdoor living. port.The 17x15 13x13 by interfering with virus produc // I
kitchen consists of an I- tion.
Porches on opposite ends of the s.e .
house mean that one can catch the I shaped work area and a dining area CARPORT H6FftONTtJW' .
in front of the' jalousie windows swat law" r
winter sun and the summer shade
'0 tNt" In addition, the front porch is a I opening on the porch (see table 1 POR H 21 a P METALWe
and chairs on plan), thus becomIng -5/ In !Metal
(foyer and a visual screen for the j -- Are Workers
I .
ROWELL FURNITURE CO. two fool-wide glass sliding doors, I .part of the indoor-outdoor of this design the closet in the front bedroom. is available at Val's Book Shop or I IF WE DON'T HAVE If I TAYLORASHLEYHartford's
while the rear porch can be a dinIng .\ >> cannot The open readily quality be duplicatedin Home No. 9-10.5( I was designedby I by mailing $1 I to I(OO)( -Fifty.lCc'! WE CAN MAKE IT II I
room, a hobby room or on plan Jan author of I ond North, SI Petersburg
architect Reiner Street
We Give Cold Stamps I
Bond kitchen
Dial AT 74804 a house of this size The Family Auto Insurance
hot nights a bedroom If desired, I Florida This 1 I 110), Fla.
( )
I ___ u the latter could be extended further I counter has a double sink (S) un- I --- -- -- -- ---- ------ 1 frii MSi ; I will provide you with broadprolectiooeaat.AU4rtantiaL..i
I der the window with fluorescent ;
( by an open-roofed section at av.
rI.r-- the rear The)indoor-outdoor character I light over it, rant*"(HI) to- the I .... .,e,; ,. J.-' i logs If you lutv. a Rood driving
of the left, and refrigerator (RF)) to the New Books Added to I
lEIjIGES rear porch is heightened table record. And with the Hartford
I. 1 by t two built-in planters (P1), I Wall right, cabinets opposite are the shown dining dotted! STUART PLUMBING I I name on your policy there
of which extends and decoratesthe
dining area These planters offer The bathroom has a tub with Bon 846 ATI...". T..1313Stu..t need be no doubt about the
scope for the imagination of a showerhead over it, a wall.hung Our Library Shelves : quality of )our Insurance.
.. Motors Rewound homemaker with a green thumbor 1 toilet and! a washbasin set in a : I Call our office now to MC If
4 may easily be kept attractiveby vanity Plumbing is baek.to.back SAPTIAIDSLOCKSMITHS i you qualify for sating on the
Home Wiring & Outlets an amiiicur to the kitchen sink Here are eight outstanding current of Salisbury Cathedral It tells finest auto insurance Jon can
.. S. Water Pump Repairs The'" living room itself: is a coin- The two bedrooms have cross- hooks recently added to Mar I how the overpo"erlnlliII of the I I buy!
ventilation and ample closets, (In tin County Library shelves dean of the cathedral overcomesall
; orEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4 fact, the front bedroom has two "A Moveable Feast," by Ernest opposition and by Imposing -KEYS MADE-
4 foot clouts and the second bed ( sI
t itself brings tragedy to all Tersely
Sketches of the
Complete Hemingway author Combinations
room has a 5-foot closet There Is I : I written, with growing, suspense,
s I life in Pans in t the twenties
r 4 foot linen closet ((1.I ) in the
a and, of course full of symbolism Changed
Automotive include a visit to Sylvia Beach
D EDHIGBEE the hall,front and a door.Additional 4-foot. coat closet\ near I 1 book shop, tea with Gertrude Stein, it is, however. something of a disappointment -NEW LOCKS-I
RtpalnChason's and the famous motor trip with
storage space. Is I Scott fitzgerald to lyon "I If you Joanna and Ulysses; ,' by May
found in the 4'i' by 10 foot utility Hobe Sound
are lucky enough to have livedin Sarton. A deeply moving tale ofa
room between the carport and I Pans as a young man it stays charming woman, a charming 546.4881546.5131
Garage the rear porch. Here are totaled with xou. for Paris is a moveuhlefeast. i donkey and a charming little boyon
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I The author of "Elizabeth the
327 OSCEOLA AT 7-0744 I 411.411 South ,....nI Hi.b..ri wall of the carport has two. masonry Great" ponders the nature of love The South and the !Southern FOR THE ASKING. .
-- columns with a 3-foot high parapet and the mystical qualities of goodness er," by Ralph McGill. The editor tL
between them (see picture). in this novelof of the Atlanta Constitution has -
VW W t rntm A ff ID h A A The heater (HI) is centrally located ; two young contemporary men and their relationship successfully blended history and It has long been our established policy to make the most
between t the living room and the' with families autobiography into a notable picture .
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Local StudentsOn THE STttRT (FI<*Kla) NEWS: '

Honor Roll Praise to Latest Riptide Play I Thm-wtiiy, Miry 18, 1M4 7-C

At Florida A ppp' y, My make: .up. Margaret Vjltghan! and

Two local students Juan MeClungprompter: Mary
Which Ended Saccesful/ Season Ann Subdorf; !set construction Kenneth .
tending Florida A A M Muggins and Johnnie C

sity in Tallahassee; made Shaw: stage prop. Rowell Furni
toll the t trimester. lure !sound effects RayN.
rant Company
B> I Il R \ S 1 Il'(:11 \.[\' duced hv special, arrangement with I Steven Sehmull us The Reverend ; design .
Johnson cover
Barbara Gilbert the Samuel French: completed I the 1 end loop Ann Arbogast>> t as Pen : program
of Mr 1 Big I FII"I ( "ill,'wski. director lean McClung; set painted
and Mrs Otis k ti I Plnvers 'If'c<>successful "'ison< el"IrOl'I'. Rav I U..ter as Corporal
junior majoring in ot the Riptuli! l'I.lIeF' latest. offering With a 'four-night stand last week (live \\inlon. Philip Algotzlm hy Ed Ciodlewski
tion and has \ 1 Ir4 : :;Sit How' Ihev; Run" rronsrsed [ The first surprise of the eve as The Intruder John Fulton as During the summer the Playtfrs -
audiences a andthat i.as '
'rip-snorter Children s
of lorus are
nina armed seconds alter I the The Bishop Kyle Fay sponsoring a
of .
age "A"since her is HIS! whit he delivered The
opening curtain with the entrance The Reverend Arthur Hum! Workshop and produce one
three years ago She Is I playa tine ''n three acts pro- of Miss Skillon listed in the program phrey and Jerry Shuw as Sergeant and possibly two pluyn for children
university activities. which us being played hy l'arluen 'l,lowersIhe I In addition they hope to
memhership In the Alpha ___ ii-i'v Tit I Wade Missmle turned out 10 entire cast in addition to I teach Ht design and construction
Alpha sorority and the he Johnnie/ C. !Shaw, chwirn in ol earning cil,itions for endurance" costuming and make-up for
orchestra. the Riptide Pltivers, complete with and phvsical stamina, did:: excellent I- I adult members who are Interestedin
Ora Mae Hamilton a RIO NEWS blond wig, pince.IKE and matron wok in" their parts. with ()ut'i these things
majoring In health and l\ figure Alter Ihit, the surprisesfell Hiding: ehirnetiri/ulions( by Ann' As for the season just completed
education has an average MRS. r, B. iirvsm thick and lust u n d I the fun Arhogust" and Ray I lister. we "believe each and every
which is "B" and above ; -pure slapstick-hegan. O.lcl.\lall credits go to Ailecn' member deserves a hearty "well
daughter of Mrs Dora isl' j l kx Correspondent In addition,: to Mr Shaw. ,the. Kick. stage manager! ; Helen I 11 I Is. .hne As we have stated on other -
Won. a high school gra t ib ir ,\70887 cast Hoping( across and onstigc Iler. house\ : manager; hand props. occasions. this group is indeed
C'Art: Training School included l !Madeline Shaw as Hi, lied I \ \\ixxl and Dclorcs Shaw: an asset to our community_ !
was an outstanding I -I II ,

"ins" Imkcthall team ; Rio Civic Clubthere
Training School and is I
traveling with the umvers I
nis team Her goal is to a YrrhHuP4su. I were i u\etse, I ibles in
Martin County in the I plot:i) u the Rio ( ivie: ('Iuh curd 1r
Games within a few F part) on I hue,iliM I.IY |1'1.I .
I A 'r.-'CI1I11'1I/" seas won hy Mrs.
I table. pn/es were
Salon x""L Mrs Ruth..:: Sichs, Mrs. '
7.0536'I aa I H Wleser. Mrs I ( lunc\, Mrs
Fd Barnett Mrs Freda Sehllinm!,
I Mrs II Ilinvm Mrs ('. Seher-: '' PREFER TO SPEND
I mann Mrs Ii (upcnter, Mrs (
,. Rose Pearson Mrs
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Mrs V. Anderson' and Mrs T. I, THE SUMMER IN
ofBeauty AWARDS were presented! at the awards assembly at Martin (ountv Senior High on F. Kohlman.
second from left to (harles Mexxly and by lack Hamilton! to Pun Aston! The hostess committee included

Mrs. Hubert .
U S prohlems--Arden Bran- Klein Mrs Charles
Students Honored nm, Linda I tcMimmFconomics 7ajec. Mrs derail Mason, Mrs.
-Pit ItntlonPsychologyVicktc I'. D'Avanzo.The .
.. SWUIEd.. next card parts will he
Awards Assembly die Lowe Tuesday' June 2 nt I pm. I BONDED STORAGE

BEAUTY I Chemistry I-Carol Olney
students (home economics). Linda Cham i Chemistry II-Virginia Decker Gerald \Nilkinson of dreenficld VAULTS
--- Mass bus arrived in Rid to
best math. student, Eddie Biology! -Wesley KrimtJoe ? join
Senior S
f an awards as Lowe: yearbook Betty H ghee. Secrest his wife who spent the winter Polurl/rd protection IdentlrJrt.mpenatute
EyVIRGINIA May 22 Linda Feldman Shirley Irons and Physical science-Sue Aigotti! here. They eipeet u> make florida aV and humidity control,
their home and
schol] Mathematics'-10th grade, Diane arc now btuiill!
Sandy Dale: merit teaching automatic fimi'itmlon! Fun
KINNE president on Wright Road Rio
ship Stuart Babmcau; merit nursing Means. Jimmy Farle; Ilih grade I fully cleaned mid glared by Uarr
of Stuart,
FRANCES Operators! bond on pre be scholarship Virginia Decker I Kenny Moore. Lynne Williams; Neighbors hale received word ,' 1 \ .m' stay silky lion for years!
Charles Moody Kiwanis letters went to David I 12th grade Tom Redmger Arden from Mr and !Mrs. A. F. Markus
NETS division of the De Berry, Gaye Sirota, physics: Brannan of St Lucie Boulevard Rio( that P S. Why not give" all offwuson clothing
ri ro lynn Williams, Claire Dumich. Typing I-Kitty Kindred Phyl they reached home !safely at Mt. Poliirl/rd slotiittf protection durmrnlsSanllim
: ; : manager, chemistry: Wesley Kranitz Vicki. lis Smith Clements. Mieh. 1 he\' were (thereto ,-leaned il regular prices Just $.U5
Now Featuring biology Kenny Moore Typing II-Judy Hunt Melha witness the recent tornado thut W' '
of Stu. Swoope ; Merritt shores a 'I".et.full l of clothing on iirrcn iBOXSIOKU.F
Pedicures award to Eddie Lowe Sue Aigottt. Arden struck only five miles from their
Shorthand I I-Myra Jaekson, : PI.f
in the girls Brannan math: Eddie Lowe home but there was no damage .
'Relaxing Mary Lane U. S. Problems; Ar- Phyllis SmithShorthand to their property. Pamper Your hors
II-Imdi:! Feldman I Pampiroiir Jo'tlbrftoa
thur Speedy Carolyn Gray English I.
\ the II; Kenny Moore Beverly Bookkeeping!. I-dary Little, Mrs. May DeWitt of Rio Boulevard \ V\nrrtn' Polarl/d. Vault Storage'
WE ARE NOW OPEN \ local Snipes. English! III; Nancy McCormick Kay Dennis is improving:;; : I utter being ill l Inclusive In the Indian River Arm s
Secretarial her home for Jays. Phone !
at the
MONDAY thru 1 : listed were' I II Billy Martin EnglishIV key practice-Judy Bur- pus) t ten : I. '
: Tom Snavely American history P J. Knuff son of Mr. andAirs
Barbara I Donald Stiller
304 OSCEOLA AT Shop! AT 7.1755Stu:1rt. JA""M
I Murray; Chief Cook of the Year and Sandra; Ma\ey World Mechanical drawing-dreg I.aw. Paul Knuff of Bernard Ave :
history nits. was seven years old on Sit WWV
Student council awards went to: ranee. urduy, May 21 AT 71181.Jensenfor
r I English! II-Diane Means, San Bussed Architectural drawing Ricky He celebrated his birthdiy hy LAUNDKY-CLCANIRS, INC.

lira Maxev, Carolyn dray Leadership lOlh Dmny hiving a pool party from noon to I
English III-Dottie Fox Tom grade SAO lMHIMVINLI: :, SIUVRP
logt I llth I grade Meg I no: J pm Ine swimming was followed .
Snuvelv! Betsy Nurse Shirley 12th grade:; Orlando 'Wright, by refreshments lee. cream, I Ire(' 20 lOMMFKUU: siRll I :r, JF'::-.SIN:

Irons Citizenship- 1 om Kedinger, cuke and soft drinks and
English IV-Pat Bntton. Nmcy I Pick-up
Kitty Kindred The following children were
McCormick, Elaine Pike Bill Martin
Schol.mhip-IOth grade, Boyd,,!gueMs:"Halhl.en Brady Valerie Iklh'cryA /
Pat Brit i ton Eddie Wcleh; 11 th grade Ke-nneth. Wood. Roy Stone, Susie Stone. )1)1I
Speech- I
Lowe Moore; 12th trade. Arden Brun I linda Stone. April Chase. Laura
nun, C'base. and Alan I Riggm.
Sandra Max
I Spanish I. II, III- Valedictorian-Arden BrannanSdlutator _
ey. Ivmj Williams', Kenny Moore,
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME Sandra Mixon, Scott Feaster. Are an-Virginia Decker
Home economics-Hilda C iiher.
den Brannan Barbara Koulnry I GIFT THE WHOLE FAMILY
I I-Pat Taylor e
Air Conditioned Chapel I latin 1.ibrary-Arlcne Funk
I aim II-Beverly SnipeslournalismNancy


Licensed Funeral Directors crest Linda Hall, Mike Wall, lorraine .
1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART AntWorld Protest Against
S Jlitory-5dndra Maxcv.

Telephone AT 7-3-134 John American Mancha hl\lory-1 ynn Wll Imported BeefImports

S 24- oar Ambulance Serrk Oxygen Equipment hums, Kenny Moore. Bill Math :

t crs_______ of beef from Central A It
r ,; I and South America as well as Australia -I 1 r
I and New Zealand, have been

LET r reau assailed spokeman.Charles by a Florida. Farm 11 u- Make every day of the

F. Freeman, Okcccho- # ,
bee cattleman and a Mate directorof yL r u year a perfect day for
the Florida Farm Bureau fed
Blakely'sHELP c rat ion, appeared before the U. S. e
Tariff Commission In Washingtonlast you and your family

week, to urge import restrictions -

L rJh,. ,, I i 1 1j ,- fl Move into a home of
In his testimony Freeman reported -
that on one day alone, on
YOU ftf March 13, 1964, florida e perl- ,. = your own enjoy the
enced the importation of over 31.-
000.(000( pound of red meat Thisis '
PLAN YOUR equivalent to approximately ,,4i way of life you want.
one-tenth of all the beef butchered
5it in the state during one year r :rl.

r + S Freeman, who Is! chairman of '1i.i.
the FFBF Cattlemen Commit
SummerWedding tee, said a large American restaurant -
T chain has set up a slaughter
#, ing house and quick freeze house
near Bogota Colombia, and I ii buyIng -
cattle at 7 to 8 cents per pound.
The company slaughters the cattle

bones shipped and freezes to this the country meat, whichis where. SEE OUR LOAN OFFICERS TODAY ABOUT A

fat Ii added and told to consumersas
To have and to hold C The Farm Buraeu spokesman
You'll always remember the beauty, called for more than just. a itudy
t> Term Home
enchantment and fun of being a ''of the meat importation problem Long Loan
lakely bridd* AnJ no one will 'v He aid clear and definite recommemJations -
ever forget the way you looked that a sr for action are needed
day I : He called on the Tariff Commission -
: to recommend to the
i ) 4s President restrictions necessary to

Complete Bridal service. Bridesmaid ( correct the import problem, "If the I
} current situation. is allowed to
and mother-of-the-hride dresses continue," said Freeman, "it will ,
have an ill effect not just on the ,I HIT SAVINGS AND LOAN
and accessories.'
S cattlemen of Florida, but on the
J economy of the entire area"

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Organizations DirectoryCIVIC JIttiSi,1.01"dtsela.IL ItO AU Pout oaotct.'f MAR'rUI OF -

ORGANIZATIONS Court Guard Aunlllary "ULl'U.UUR1 750. ShIll i I CHAPtL ( S1 Cemim.nll' BldfKhV >

Akoh.Ii. Ar.or.ymou.Wed Comm.nd..W.I.r. .. Gu.J. I.O. Bldgurthouaa Under Now St. Lucie \ I IHAKIIh.0 IH-NNI.TT Paulo' '
... lilOpm Radla.. J Emenency B Community Corpa CbtINbAmat.sr County CI.lonIholm.n Co. Way in IJAJNUSn ) I 8.ao 7,45 p.m p.m. Run.I.Worhl.:: > Phil SiKlceBIBLE (

I (..o-ordtnalor. ... Tbun. I pm. .d.lh Tin. uhU: ..rn.. (; I aim City
: M. C. Board al Zoning' I By ERNEST LYONS in fact, it is I fine way to teachyoungster again on snook but I caught a ux- 10..t'l 01 rTO' 1 IEV LAWRIE I. 8RARP
. Animal' R. I.isPsld.flt'MP. AJu.I..1l.h.lrm..d I CAt'EltYO AT 7-2512 Ills am Sunday HchiolliOOam
Karl J Rico Khoadea a flyfish-but the ounce snapper Mon, Worahlo
,\ .... Borne.Bualnae. ltd Thun.. 710 p.m.. CourthouMChairman One of the mcvt runs of snook 1 & : Ing. Woman
Ita Tuee. 7:10: p. I sad part is all these breeding Back in town somebody who & khl'I11FI\ ED Jails -.. to. S p m Wcilnaiday.
in the SL Lucie River 0 ; } Fellowahip
Pralai.lonal' Women ClubCocaanut Martin Count-M... M..um HUKh L. WtouNbb Cunml..IS' Jr I encunlere is now under son are doe by future knows more about snook than I hat a Complaint for Dlvone liaabien Rev ASSEMBLY. I. H DAN Or I COO, -Tana..'. Clip !
way and aieeuiilred
many years ,
Puuldu, -Lid. NnuIuiz.r .. do told You it filed aa-aln.t you you 1.
4th 7:10 p m > and me: ought to 'EOPLE CONCIGATION..pl.
.Iu. Courhol"M. try $ 00 Sunday Brhom
N.'L Back of 1 :
.....'b Tu... nl.h. Firit in estuary fmma lo aarve a copy youin .
! C. Z.nln. arid Pluottlog CarnmIu.Ioi lh The man who the most at night with live shrimp. I know uWOr ur other pl.adlng to the Comulalnt -. 11:00: ..... Moralnf WarshIp alv.* am Ul IIIL

Park.Nortk River Share (;h.lr"- .. C.uvhon That the big snook come in that place That's the on I'lalntirfi Alor"oy. U.L.ON 7.1 p."'. Ibura Bible 8iudy Prayw I 0.OH am: Church School
I Properly Ownerl .oclallon illustrated to preserve the snook in South only way t H HCHWAM6, Avenue pro SuaW. Youtb torvlai7lid 1:00 .... Morning Warahlp.
J is : :
, ,...Id.nt-C. M RnbrahaugbMaetlngi School Board summer graphically Florida is Chuck Schilling of Jensen catch them there" I': U. Box M>> Htuart, Florida pm.: ICvai.valliut Barvto* during bulb sortIe D"
Sad Wedneidaya. at borne. O Kindred by the fact that a large number offish and file ,the original An>wr or othIn .
i lharm.n-H.n"Id .. ,...... Courthouse Beach, who crusaded almost 1 "Have you ever tried it?" I .r Ileadbng the Offlc of tin.lerk FRT BAPTIST. -300 .Ar.A,,.,,. TiSQ ,. Youth Veapar Servlo
Cardan. Clvle A.aocutloB above thirty pounds have been asked. (' of Iho Circuit I Court FORK... .
Caral Town .. Sewelle Point ingle handed their of ; ahV. .. ALL SAINTS' E'ISCO.A.atea Icl
fo preserva- mh June,
Pleila landed in the few most fort the day nlJ..b1
Pn luent- past REV
\ Naor-.J. M.niualln weeks title while he column "Sure have he said f Sunday JURMAN I. r/na
Bid.. was fishing a
lit Sun. I p.R.. WC. Agricultural ou ; ; .....
ind Wed.! pm, Town Rail caught on trolled \ fooo aII'bI" 'n lI.! you tilt Bunday School .
'_hold... Aua.ul.IlanPacld.atCaIaaci lbs o this paper. Chuck finally "What did you catch? Ihr ,, the Com llrllO a.m Moraine Wor.hU TtflO a.m. Hol Communion

li. V. Sottoag POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS There hat also been action fro sold the idea of protecting the 'Snappers," he said. "' 5(55 p.. 1.1.10' Uc'. Sill. am ramlly lonimunlol aalChircb

Macti on .u the bridges and on several "loNE AM) ORDER at Btuart ,.. p... Worship rho
"ho nook it off the ..
Republican Club .. Martin Couaty taking commcrrial May. i4. Wadumday. W k
Car*.. Club al Sluert I pId.n".m. B. Wataea night there has hardly b e s a list t. putting on a size limit and A new type of plastic pipe and Forldt'WtIV'p1iUt.'E.. ,.1,..MId-wool Praise 1"1. TUHd.-7 am. Holy Communloa
fre.1 lant-Mn. Joha W. Hniaey I Court a.m. Holy Communloa
tad "00.. 1.10 p.m.. Woman. l Club Republican Women Club el M..t e standing room out near the drawon imposing a catch limit of four I conduit, strong, resistant both to \\d PALM CITY BAPT13T-4tk M M Co>4HLNHY Tb..d.-I Thumit.y Haalli,a K.rvlce)

Proab.hnnt-W. Arnold be.ner the Roosevelt Bridge in the day. chemicals and impact breakage liy: ( TATUM. raaMrSi4S 'rld..m.. holy Commu.lonUnh
Hlblecu Park. Clara, Aiioclathm SIb T..... I ',m.. tint National Bank. per jW0flildrYte
'...td.-O.o... MecDonald hear of Stuart You folks has been It can be used : am. Sunday School 704 I. Filth, FUrae
who are having develope (Circuit Court rMall ro
CummitIs.ChalroatEdourd Curb
lat Moa.. 7ilO p.m.. 1'1. National Bank M C. D.mocr.llc Eiwcutlve b 11:00 Morning Woraala. .
is lor ELTON HCHWAIfZAltornny II too SundaySO
; T. Mlr.. 157.111115rn..Truau.Mords. MOt of the bridge fishing much fun with the snook in our water electric wiring H.fur S.U p..T".ln. U.lo.7.CS .. n.m. W.doeudaeLUTHERAN

Indlant.w CIvU' ClubpdeutGi.dC III Club? with large live shrimp as rivers today-and also down m homes, t'OVr A l'lalntf pm Wonblp B."I.
fimltk4U .
,. .
Mon. I pm. M.slbug. on In bait, although borne use live mullet around West P. O. Box 202 '0 p. Wen..d. 110..ftv CHURCH OF ST ANDREW
- - Lutheran
I l.n. I American Churca
th Cs
,..- Beach Car*.* Club ORGANIZATIONS or sailors choree. Bridge equip.fllent mangovecuntigt pllIIu1IllI!. "f\I :' 2a. un. 4. tl 1.64 BAPTI,4T-Ptrt SaSs,. W Prlma Vl.la Hlvd: Pert St. Luat
.. Lalvln Will,., RLCIOUS FIRST II. C. lOPE. pAS'lURI
'...ld.n".III. is apt to be hefty, ranging .
GlrIi Frl.ndl S.oab.Iy because snook 0 C TAYLOR, FiatorS
Sea Wed' S p.m. J B Woman Jaobi from heavy surf or trolling rodsto h RENEW YOUR __ 1 TIlE COt TJ' 110117,0: (''1 ItT .
..IM. Wbilo. were almost : :4S a m Sunday .hol :"

...nuldent.... Bearb-Mn. ,Woman Marl! Miller..o.latloaI IrI. S p.m.. Bl .. C'ur" large burma poles fished straight when getting the conservation measure I rarity) DRIVER'S LICENSE\ .i. It .A'l FIIIIH.FoR M\RI'U COENTE 11:00,10 .p.m.... Morning I>'rUm Wonhlp 1 1100 0.1.0. lund.Worh'p lhol.8rl.

bit Clunaoua. St. Joaapb CollI The big on landing >0. 1VHS' H. a. SOUTHERN METH MISSION
lat lid Moa IIi( Preillent' M.. rdw.rd: Klnwll down problem was passed and now they have mm YOUR "W' ) null p. Evening WorshIp. Meetlni I In Kobe Sound Clot. Cantor)
Junior Womant... Clublreilnent lit Mon.. S p m.. ..0 a hefty snook from the bridge tagcu I glorious come-back. BIRTH MONTH l IN rHTVTB: ) 1.50 p..Waod. ccactlo P.ajar fellow meet. KIV. LH/JtLKK; BeNNETT Paatorfl4l
Mn. Gu Cromwelllod 01 .Clol
ly is it clothesline and
gaffing via ) ,
St. Jocapb Holy Name ', pm Song Sarvle
I Woman Club S" anglers there JAII I
MOB p.m. "" Ro.ln weighted treble hook or fo aone. -- I.c..d. ) plo SAPTIS? ItOO p... Evening. Worablp
Martin County Audiibon Society' Board Tbura.'before hod Sun.. S p m.. I sending wi be no shortage of -un Lrl.tL: AUtrlllllrMfrlTIV : ftOTKU TO t UI'fol" JACk ,EIUUJDI
S Judg ClonU1 officeM down a net. All creditor nf 0 f HkV4S HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC-Indlant.wa
Ird Mon. pn bn'el.typ that sad day when the small --LL' .1.1. .."'. ndar .
Live been ttuplE P'IIbRIDt JAN IB B d"c''Od. ,4 rK. XAVlktt
.allkPre.tH BOYS SCOUTS OP AMERICASTUART getting 10MAION. 11: Mornlig Wotablp IDICI
Aiaoclatlon for Menial H
C. ones have no becausethe O I (I 1 .
.nt-Rev. Donald tI..r.. ..... p.kh most of the big snook from the place 1 go NOTICR la turcli l irlven that} Ilif are fIle I hereby any ,ilaln:(:: or demandK required wild!r:: 4:811 p.m. 'raining Union M.-undo,.. 1U: 5 m.: FIrst .
B nave been Worablpm.
Ind Thun. noon Th. Roar .I 7110pm 400-IInuotoa.lur., American Lenlon., Hull St Lucie (Ten Cents) bridge, with nursery grounds TtiNteeaoflht Internal "prnv"m"nl, hey may have al.I".t laid elute 7a: p.p.m. bvanlng Wadnaa. Prayer Heating p.m. Confaialiina hobo* M.
America Caacer S..ktChniIeuanM.llOrf j filed in. lud of tie' Niaii t 1 Florid ISO"clbhlie In the iffko of Ih. Coln.( Judiro .
M C. Cb.plar Ship 405-Advl or, Kurt IloipThr. an occasional Jumbo trout as a ::llt; ST MARYS EPISCOPAL-Ill OoacaSool.war'd
1 ill tb' l ,, of tloUI In Ihiourthou '
of Mnrtln ( FARMS BAPTIST .
Johnaon 7pm.. Boll (; Alliinygt.Squadron have rt'I : TROPICAL -Hwy 70 StuartThe
hu.h. we snook-an abun- :
'oern.r's II' with
K Irkh.r."h.ra bonus. Yes Orlc.. COIllol e at r lurl la. Pastor
Fd Ihlldlnl. UTANLIL.
Martin Memorial. Ho.pll.l Aualllarpr.nId.nk.M'L \ '.4Atl.or. of takes 5'..h.dll.d r.r : ( A.M.. I ,) In .1* ,' from thel010 IIWII RIV. W. B ROWE. Rector
a .
1 0 AlbinyHtCub There number of Iher-t : Sunday 1:10.I
Ch".h. arc any way i tlilo a.hol : am June)
Curt Otto of .1. 1 l"I't t
appli.rolion the flint
Pack I'. D Ktemele4lh good man 161. 196. .I eOllldor II .00 a.m. Morning Worshipsits ,:.0. (June .)
let Moa. Flnt National SoakMean Mon.4IOubmo..r.. .. Hchool' to catch sno. all of which work 1 ctb l'ary and notce. Ya.h cllh" or d mand mum p.ro. Training Union Woos, Oars
Pack 'h.l.F Koiiera best The day on flood tide crary. P. O /raw.r 24. "tl.r.? .ld muat Hate 'iho "OU Evening Worship 505 Ho .
Cardan Club Cub 43o.bm.l.r. fo fellow. Ohr a : p.l. am 1, &u.bol. aol
Inrldn, Tu"d.
on d
maid poot'offlor .
Frlel hAul Mon.. .. Canter place of cocoa 5:00: p. 11''." Midweek' Pr., Sal,' Day and
> .hlont.N.
| n.l It the the when .
If just [' for
Atr Bllg you can find where they are a peak .ck.r. purchase of the follow Idrena of the claimant and miniworn .nou..
M C.
tnt To IHOpm JENSEN BEACH looked I II ,., land : be ( to by lha hIs DUNKLIN MEM'L
bedded in along a a jig verytbing was crystal clear to.wl cl.lnant. BAnS-I..lw. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ThE
Martin County P.etar*.*' CIIII'_'. A... Troop 401-bVoutma.Ur. J. 0. Lokeo d-f nget. or hi. atO'n. will 7 LU1T 'ACRAMEN r-aau Cbbok .... BLUSE
,... .."-Ira BwlgertIrd W.d. 7 HO v m.. Community K.I bumped Slowly down and saw at leasty twenty File No. 1126-41 20311 b ecuoley old a"'c'rdl"l' to law IV.. .. >Sunday School REV. W THOMAS LOUCKSS Indll.w.

Tb..... 7:>U p.m.. Com R"' .. lat Nat. Cub Pack 401-Cubmaater H. ,linn should off. Diving or old> big-shouldered snook ranging A panel of submerged land In April 81th. 164. U.00 ..m.. Morning Worablf 10 Church School
4ih Wud l a pm. Community; pay plug the Indian ttlvei In Hectlon li.Townahlp /n/ THOMABOV.1xecutol .il6 ,. Union : a-m
H.I 4
National Secnlarlae Aiioclallo Cub Pack 401-Cubma.ter O ill worked along from ten to twenty pounds 1 cast 87 Houth ItanH 41< Itiib/ Fatal ofJunle 7 JO p...m. Tr.lnl.Worablp Sarvlc tiOO p..Uuly Buebarlat

'8n...l..4th. _Mun Mra.. M Vlrilnla C ubliL V....Library. 4ill Wad 7 10 pm, Union :'o..lr. mes, off the jetty o at the south I jib out and bumped it by their more Euot; narllcularly Murtln ('olnh... 'I"rld. II. Tlumuun. 1 lit p p..Wed, Midweek Sarvloa CHRIST MEMORIAL-Jupltor Island
< - - dr<.o.I.I
Palm City Cardaa Club SERVICE shore of the inlet are sometimes noses. they shied away from it .: I. /./ T. C. MOCK IT. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-'Eaal lOck St. I Win" s.ooua o1,. lAo,. .APrILS

Pr..idont.-Mi.i Mabel. Pin"., Clvltan Club .. .. .CUBS dynamite-particularly on moonlight event times. Then 1 selected a fiom, HIP Norlhwrat Corner of Ah l'l'll.\' file Kxocutur REV JAI JAMUU4KWSKI, AdrnWeek .. CHURCH OF CODI.d.lo.

Slid Ibura I 10 a.m. CI... Cental Pn.lt.nt-Aaron H u.. rights bls fat juicy live shrimp from Government Lut 1. .lld I Meill,'n2J P.F O. Box 1714fuVuirTft. balurilur, :-Mon 7 ISO thru trt. $051| BLV IVEI&TT 10S1

'.aim. CIty CI.... Organlutlae Wad. I noon Townhoun RcitaurantIndlantowa The bright silver sea-run snook well and eased it downon : thonii' run Hiuih ou'87' : II 20. 7964 Conr uionai Baturdayi .a T.....,* 10 00 a-ro. Sunday SchoorUMOam
Meat, along the Ueat line f Mori Ing Woranlp
Prnident-Andy /.ulli.lLki Klwanle Club balor first Krldar of al
Sad Tuea Clvle Cantor I....Id..".-Jama. Kin.. with flashing yelo fins are the clear monofilament The snook Hid. Lot 1 1fiut I. 1 .liol uncoo f 810.2 Silt. and ,,1 t S;St im. 7101 p r venlng Wonhlp
hardest met avoided it like the bubonic plague. : then run luu'h' l* TIIK ( 01"1.n'nfW" roiHrIN hat ::: Wad Young Feopfo'
Wed many
Aneclatloe pm *
,.In.I... Conduce Clots 1.1 1'llnol : .1. a dillan fort A' MIHI'IX tlll- ST. CHRISTOPHERS CATHOLIC KadaavotCHURCH
FrMldent-Bav J. W. Maroon J.n... Buck Lb... Clubh'ruall.ot.l.mn. dawn at the south shore with I had hear that when they are ( cohere lull. or the lhidlauhlbvor 11 ILOIIIOVIN Hob Sound
tat I .;... komaa for tile I'oiit I of Il. HF' tJrlTATH OP THE GOOD SHEPHERD..
Moa, P Don bloody knuckles after battling those way should just wait till ; In- Mai at 10:SO a..Sundaya
tat chic; IS rti'erhio North 71 54'Noot (lie ) Jupiter
.. AaeoclaUodfnild.nl lat-lrd W.d., till pm, S.ymonsJupIt.r.Hoha
Fort Salome CI. rampaging 'fresh In" .no. th tide turns and the water cloudsup a rtetance of r.o fei to PHIL IINOI3; alm known FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEN. RKV ELMER 1 ALL
-Waltar Ban.oalrd Coot., Sound Klwanle ClubProobdootRob.rt Occasionally C catch then cast to the tabllnhed I ulkhea,I Line: u W. PKNOB and Leal Ocaaa 7,10 .,m. .
you offerings 111 I B..a
5 your Tlr-7a
Thur. pm. Su'pSar I Harp Ohm ,', run Hnuth Jf ID" 10:00 Parish EucharIst, Bernoa
!...: 4)) p.-. 11..1.1.. 0.C Mon, f Jupiter Lit. Marina snook in the surf especially in hem. I did. Results] were zero .:.. oboE Ihe 1'Bulkhead )'SCE. I.PU am. Sunday Morning Worablp and.0.Sunday School

Fort Salarne Civil Defenae .. Sluart early morning Try the beach at I 1.1". I dlnlanre of an4.8 feet; NOTlrF T'IOPIlI'I'lHt: I 8:00 pm Wed.I Teatlmonlal MoatingReading
Flnhouae. lad Tueiday 7ilO p.m.SI. Rotary M LJUL AO'tJRTI"I.PU'N". th,''' run South 72* 54' \\ent, TO : ) ANI ALL Boom tlaglar A... Mount JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
Pn.ld.nt-Dr E. Btanton Hobo Sound north of the Townof a ill.tlonru f 260 fort to .ror- FKHONH HtVlNll LAIMI O( Mon. .. .8 UdO am..lIilt .k.ln. 0'1. J.non Beach
I. Clvl Club. W.d.. Kill. p.m.. Bunrli I.. 1 T/tLLAHtKIFfc lIr t'r. NEWTON M.
Jupiter Island VM>H1UANOTION Sold theme! run IH1\\NL"1 AGAINST IAI pm IJV. TWllll
Vrid.ot.Jiok Shomar ..m. Sunday
Stuart Klwanl Club ?'iarhh III' SS" \v'et ilongdlalanre
let Ihun' Clubhoua* S'r.uld.oI-lr. H. Haicdal HIploBThura Upriver snook are apt to b NOTICE 4a hereby given that the ..Id ,:. line. a of Ion. and each of you, ar. hereh CHURCH OF OHRITa.'a Bob.RdUKUtt. Silt: and II am M';rnlnc WorshIp

Sluart W.......'* Club ., p.m.. Town Ho... slower fighters but they are Tu8t.eaof tha Internal Impruvemi 72 111 fret: theoe .ontnu. alonl notified and r"qulr. to prenany ; Ilnl.. .coo. p.m. Youth Fillow.hlnUO
Cornellu R V..d..,... 1.1 baud of the Htme of lorida. I n sold ii,,ire Un" /orth I 1 claim or demand which yoo Sunday! ..m. Warlnaidiiy. Youth ChoIr
O Pna-Mn. I ilO Club Building. Stuart Slevpan Sou ire Daace Club to be larger fish A characristcof meetlnK In the Hoard Itoom of tha IT" Wool. a "r 2II.iS or either of you. may ha>'" .1.1".. 10:DO ..... Bible Study I.10 p."'. Wadnetdiy, Senior Choir
rd Wed pm. Pr..ldoot-'Giih..t BouaeIhur. the snook Is that it turns yellowish Governor'. urricn. Capital HulldliiHthedulud feet .0 the P.llt or B."I"olnl., the Knlalc of IJI .1S 1100 ..m. ',.. and Co..n. Tins: p.m. Tbunday,. Midweek Sarvle

Tabcbula Cardaa Croup ... I p.m., Youtb Center for 10.00 A.M. (EH.TonUlltt (' 1.1 acre.. known an Pill! PI'N'Fl and ,.uo p.. Gvanln JEHOVAH WITNESSES-Brltt RoW
brown after it hat been in 0,1.11111 mor
Ch.lrmon-II Hubert I. 1[ .... ID iPSO. will cunuld.r "l'l, HCH- I HILVBIMbK TKNCP'. Io.craed Wudnn.d.p Sunday 7 p.m. Watchtowar Btud

lit Wed, SilO ..=.. korna._ _. Sluart Club brackish water fo some weeks, Ion made by Crary Crary A t' and will rnnaldnr objodlona thereti lute of Martin .. .. .LoD Kerner and Us back will become black l'. O Drawer 24, rituart, Hoildu,rib.h.lf ntjpillnia: ti the propoaed aale: flllnif fee of $1.00 1 lo tlm I 01bhpJdgi"i Iburaiay-7ilO, Mlnlitrv 1 1 School I
CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Ind.4th W.d.,7pm, Town Bo.... of Kuiia. M \Vrlnllt. of cold i land ahould be aubmlltedtn l 'onrt of SimIle t'oiniy( In THE CHURCH OF lODrll Sarvlc Mealing :1IEDIEMEI
its sides after its spent parc 5.000 r the following- duaullnd th. Chief himlner-r I Tnmteia of the (purt Holme at Stmirt. r'I"rld.. *KtV IILLII ,

Hobo S.undhri.i.InutD.. WIllInot M,... Stuart Soroptlmlat Club some time geyish. fresh water. I.n. to-wltl, t th. Inlet' 'nut 1"I'rov.t .'ul.l. I within Mix ralen.lur 'month rrom ill,00 .m. lund.. School LUTHIAN-E Ocea BI4
I'nil.lent-kdna,, I:Hint the date. of the. flrat_ puhlliatlon. '! .iIhln r .. Worship
.rd T...... I p.... Comm.DiI, CoaI4lr Tb..... ol, When found in the narrower Kilo No. liit-0h-2r13.tl< da 11111nl.,e rinto.frt ,iilre, IAI ('AIM OH UKMAM 1.00 p.m.. Eo.olog Warship, ...1 a.m. Sunday 80.10In..R IIlb.Study

..nun Beach An.lru.sidont5riuh.. I..ro B..r regions of the North and A parcel of >ubiu.t td land In "o"t'ol.d' TSr 'rrU.I., ) '' tH'ry H\VOKN ioa p.m.: tuna., Prayer lieoltog ... Wonhlp Sarvla
Fornberg Stuart Jayn I upper the HI Luil River In $rvti'n to dni'linn to nl.k. .abo".1 TO AND IN M'PI.ICATK lilt pm. Thur.0 Y. CHRIST
lad Mon. dl_...... I p/,'". Pr.uld.ot--Iiiola P South Fob, the sIOk bcmC S. Towtibip 81 Houth. Kunmt ay rlhl .ald loud, "h.. /./ F'I.ID 1';. SteNCH .& l.nhL THE KINO LUTHER
To..., I SO_p.m.. !'n P.ny_ I flyrod 41 bunt, WJrl of Btua.it Miiiliu and who ti tithe ole .holl b. nibjert t. A. AdmlnlmrntrU' nf the 'JtHL ADO EItTluIl.escT Jupl.r
part Srl.r.ap.uId.ntS. \ fsh County, lylnic Westerly Trunteeelvea ...orvl". unto .h.m'l ratate nf J'hl PenceLie.ieei KII'r. "P.JHNRON.;
0 B..em.. VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS popping I or to streamer flies of and abuttingthat portion 75'I of tha pi | >dAddreaa 5100 .
Ind Tb...., S P m., Flnboua American Laflon, J.nan Booth It is in these waters too, that one of Uovermnont l it | of .r.lo anI no.1,1., anil lull'n"t"fm the 4i>7 Hniilh' Atlanta, Ave, .' TIlE IIHC'I'IT COIHT OF Till sm.m.. P..lo'Morning WorshIp Claus
I bowntla I auld Uoctlon S. aatrly rol." "wro.n ftuart Flnrlda JIUItltl. Illltllr 1 1,00
"uth. .1'1'1
Coml.nd.rIU"n blll .
... .
.. .rtpld.D.1I. finds the 'Cuban snook com- of tha I. l for d. SUM "."'fl CVkAtk
L Bonny,) KeUoa Ind.CLI 10.. Latin B I ( \.r. 'u"I'ho.cr" equired to pay 01 51ICHVEL Alml"I..ralrhl fUT IINODI'1.1 e.l_ Av*
>re>Hed version with more decided! Hla-bway #1, htI'. ; Irnt.b lo."n""I.ry .n ..t.mp.ror Attomev for Rl HF tiP' HOMII1Vl .
Sod Bun.. I a.m Amarlcan L.ln. lt.rtlomm."d.ol acria, moru or l ... ,11.'rll'-n.' .un."c.. I HIS O,'ean Ih'd. > CHANIHtl Ml. 15750CHIiINEY 1141 am. Morning JF'SIUP.
.t.n Merchanta DlvUloa. L T.I slant of head and greater girth a!- SOY nHJ the 'Erlichoru orIhe P fx Jut I 1134. n d"TiF H J'ltliIUCK"IN. ) teem ..m. Church School

$ssLiCONSERVATION .d h' ., L.1 B usually not spectacular and_Kilt eonaldnr objocllona there Improvoment Food or.h. 1'ub.: May f. 14. tl: 1*. 4I ,_ 1'la'Dllf, i 11100 ..m. Morning Worship
Sub ssiXS BUdlni Indlutow thg j to. obJoctIuiu to tha proponed naluot Hlat,. of e: p.m. Youth F.llo..hln
.! ::. :. A..rca L.lo" auld laud ahould be auhmltttd l B et al, )S ( .1 wor.hlp ..
V I .Ir. during
BaU, I-. sueMost of the ( fish being to the Chief Inll"uar. Truatun ort I. UovO"orAI..t .\IM I ("TI"01 'TV JI.I'.WI OIlS R'f OK I.ii Ufondunl". > i July and Auguat. Bundar. 1'a. S
ab lara th Inttirnal ,.., riinilrlllot : 41 tOlN'f'rA'rl i
A........ 'oclot, AC Lotion Auilllary Jaaaa caught now are heavy wh Hulldlng. Tallahaane I Florl.da. I. 1 R Chlif 'I.IKIH FROM lO'l'f't T Ot JfLORI- TRINITY METHODIST-.Joa.. ;
trl..':,-:" Moutm. Son Itt 1'ld..I. Emma MoOu roe Just where they spawn prior to th,. dub rirat above I ..KI/. J FlndIlh' I Elllnof 'S IEIAIO I 1>.V 'I'HI: I'. TI REV. NEIL GUA8ALU8ItOO
Moo., pm. Flrat National Su.akRicoh menllonail. Tha T OFBl > ..m. Sunday School
., I p. rout. reaurv* Sloe 14. iS. Tun. 4. IM4 Ellen Jenklna a widow I
Waited League "d.6t juestion, but there I no question the right to dec'lino to nmk solo ,VA WAQDALEV DEM ) I'. o. Hox 544. orner.. ; Maryrlla S:10 .... Worship gwvlea

Fnilrient-CbarM Klndndlet marlcan Lailon A.I. 'Stuart where the young fry after they any or of aalil laiul The oai,. n -I, ir-: : tl m. S p.m., Courtboua r..l,l.nt-Mr.. CI.r [nim. i ana wh al niadn be aubjnrt to I' : '.c.u .t. ) her huibund ant. J, W al- Sod Sunday
.nd.4111 Mon, I ,...., Lofkrn pawn. th. Truateaa ..h.1. unto them ?tsOTK 1 'reh gl\en that HoTteR TO ('HF1I'I'OHAl *
Junior ........ ..* Club : > ; tlva ton Kentucky; Ooorge Guinea HedInitei OSCEOLA STREET MITHODBT. SJal
T_., till. P.... Stuart Toutk Coat** Martin County Barracba, W.W.I V.. They head straight fo.the lit aelvaa 76** of the phoaphat.. niln Trumueaof i.i Internal Improvement. creditor, Demake of I..d.Ir arehereby a alnitle\ man, Houto 2' Will- IEV. D H KNIGHT JK. .
Lommand.r; -Philip A. Kirn lIe creeks era la mil rnelala and 60% of thetiotroloum fund lh : 11 Florida, I. ton, Ko Itui'( lop Hunan Bon Stnlna .' 8und., $. oolndayi
niouquitoditches : notified and required to fit '
niungrove IIf
Stuart Sallllik Club lat,Ird 'rl., J. B. Community OntarMartin th.rof or thereund I In, Hmril, Itoom. of III.lloveni.ru widow P260 \Veatiuoreland. Apartment 11.00 am. Morn, Worship
Bradley and down the Indian urchaaer I I to pay fur orfurobel orri.e Capitol UulldlnH. Ship .Im. or denioudu which l theynmv ( '. ,
Califorubo .
up qulr.d HUH Lo ,
r-r.P'-: ::; : meetingIrd al h uvoagu tald enlata In the : 1. MI..lolo .r.
general Barrack. AualllaryPr.ilili.nt f lOlO (FBTlon
Con' St. doumonLar tau5t0huSor 1 'bud"I'd >r : A.M. Ada Guinea PatIo and lleorge t'. Wed' ofon.hmualj, at .
Lucie Rivers do
...... Nad Bk as Offlie of the County, JudHe of Martin
let .
Vk"d. I P m, dlr. Mr. Ruth N. Hall ([ the of tunvoanc* I |tillS will ronalder upplli'uhlou t'"U"n. her ISIS Th.. .
- - - lat-lrd FTU I .... PM Com. Chunk the baby tarpon. BY OKDhlt of the Truxteia of i "madii lop harlea, B Mu COln'v. Florida In tie court Li lye. Del hl.bald.Lallfornla; l.uI"I., Tl4l p.... Prayer
within elI Mlr. o.t.
FIREMEN ORGANIZATIONI Vat.rana Council ol Martin County I can take yo to I down mo- the tbs Male Internal of ,Improvement r lorida.FAItlUrt fund uf Ado" ,' ,i,..I'o"Ij.I half, of 817.!John Fort A I'lene C!raw: calendar at Ilua.,.t'lo.lda, th. .dat of .\O.lne..Alon. a alngle, woman., l.bl Silo jluriS ;.B'saab mooch" *.a' (led

I...... Snarl Flna. >aa. AualllarFrra.ldenl rh.hrr.nnJohn- W. K.ll.r quitt[ control ditches between Vero UK If ANT, ford .. of .hIm. following first publliatlnn of thin No.". r;HI'h \ Av.,", '. ApartmentJ )
-.Mn. Merle PromtIrd Ibid Mon.. p.m. Stuart legion Horn Oovernor doai'tlbed tolt, claim or demand m ml h* b li wrltmr. "l. Lou Annrelea. t'.lto.nl.; JohnHUnley SOUThERN lois,..
Monday. S *m.JoaiM Beach and St. Lucie Inlet and 1.ld. and mlMt alat the pl.'e 1..1. aluo ,, ,, THtanley 11EV D. H. MEHODIST-t

DapartaaaatTuaa V.F.W, StuartCumoatd.oJuhn with a flyrod or light casting rod, Ahhr.t\\, H.: Chief rlli. No. I 111 I : 4 eoroao 4 pilot offIce, add reese f I h.i and Hunan iUanlvy. hua.bandunlxlfe .10 ..,,. Wonhlp S.rle
Baack V.luntcr Fir U. Murray Jnlln..rPub. .c.a53.1 he to by : Jan ea Neal, known .
( ot and muat "orn I 101C' .m. gund.y
.. I ..... FlnbouM Uata Building show action hundredsof Trua era IPlt.I rund 1'hr. 'o"louou. .1.ln.nt.,. hla attorney I1 he dead: 'r. J. Junea, known to .r.ol
p. Ind 4tb Thura Ooldon yo fl .I May U. Juno 4. 1044 ..hler..d III Vhilowiial :. Indl.n '. hl u..eO I. or I"10 p m. E| worth Laaiu
fort ..I.... Flramen'a. AuilllaryFnaldant V.F.w.u Indlantow baby B baby tarpon !! lO'Slouo it ao.I: 42 or It will become void ao- hr.tod d.ad; 7.1 p... 1..nl. 1..1.
df ; 10:
Ch 41 tn law
>7 iuulh. hoc
CatannaSrd ; : P'IASSSIDI IP
Mary TALL.HW'I'lH. cordlnl
Ihur*.. I Ml It/.m, Flraboua ('.mmand.r-Joa.pb W. trmton (eight : a i in size;) );a.t. Martin Citunlt., lorld:IIvIliK 1"I.J .thin J7 rliv, \of 1964 The Ilklown h".ha.d, or .Ir. (lOIl pm Ladiel''alLtanary Socwt
at-lrd Hat, Slit p.m. Pool humSV.P.w which strike any NUTICU IOT.V.I I I that' th* : HHI.UI: '!>. if: nnl 1 ihuttlliK: 111' r;, 1 $l."I. :, II: Ocoar may I aiiy or lcd and 4taT

Tort Salen. "oIu.lIra DapartaaecrtFraaldant Auxiliary, small wi their 'i'ruobereruf the Intel mil Impruvenivnt' the N..t h Son fiet of tuv.rn.ri A. "hnl"l.tr.orOt'lWrERHO' ( .. hO uialAll penal I. who arsiiichi :10 p.m. 'r. Meeting
-Bobarl Johnaoalltlri I.ua tOld way. 1 .,, .' ( u d.rundunl to tillit000,;
d I In I t of HHld
)und ot
Tua*.. FuaboUMFRATERNAL. Cumm.dnr-bIrS.. M.... Wool doesn't do the little fellows meet Inl l In htht ..I'dfIt, ,,: ci; tIe I; l> H.leilof, Hlnle SIoei i Iulht..on, O'OHTEUI) .511:1 10: FIRST METHODIST. -ladl.nl.*.

-ORGANIZATIONSAcacia .t.Ird_Wed, Uoldan Bulldlnl harm to hooked and released Oover.iura Offke, Capltul Hull Unitaihcdulud AlA .01Ialnl,1 a total of I I.HI Vttornevi unknown pnrllea .Iulnlnl Interrnt RIV.: C.OkGF'. .B, M""KIIJll
by through or a a
b for III:00 AM. (tB.T.) on lei Pub.: May 7. 14 'Jl. 2S 19H4li ,) II
.er.Dore .
DaMolayMa.ler .
Chapter Order ol or either of Ihu aald llninud dufen.danta am Morning Wonhto
(..autull"ilinuld! DIM,inn MISEIOUS I.HU\L ADS rKTInKMHMTII June 18th. It. will "un.d.r op.pIloahboth and will con.ld. nbjectloni thereto I aa heir*. dwlHeea. legatee. sins; pm MYFI
Mon. 1 MO e.m.. "00.1 Temple CIvil Air '. .. by Charles 1.leneSlorlJa. Objictlona to I rupoand nal* TUB <'01'.TT jt n .t;'i roi HIIX g000loru. .nc..o'... IUI.I repre.sontailven I I0 P:m. ConnIng' Vonklp
lo.6t olllm.nd..LI.u..n.nt I. P Strong I' '1110 t'tOE'l'Y JO Df.h"hi ('Dt ItTlI'aRTIS Boa SU, Fort O: of auld land .It''I be auhmltteitn 1 'II Foist HtHIM tOUt. ouulbur, flOOpm. Thunday,, Junior Choir
Maionlc Lodge ( 0' behalf I 1 of Mrneat :
Acacia Tl, rltlHUM oilirwbu, Tit ,.
'O""Tn.oRI" creditors p.m. Senior Choir
Wonhlpfil r <.hI.I. Kalb 1..1 fuaedaya : p m.Commltla .. purchase of lilt fol- th* ('hb.r I Llmlnear, Trualeea or ''KOBITB01HIM'rKTXTB or.. .. or .iI.iIII" Thunday

lat-lrd 11.., I "...., .OD..* 'lpl .. ISO or duacrlbed lald. towItiFIle the Inlet'nnl I Improvement. ( rundrlllot iv m" And. :to: FIST 'IESBVTEIANN. Rlv. Shore
1'fJ I ; lallahuimee. 'h'I.I Iabo { .
"... Millar Circle' Elk rman.-l.a Comb. WATER JOHKHOf.lleieanerl J No. da ,. Ihildlnl. ,IuI. "' rh.t, *. 01 All: unhoown psrilo, lavlo: orcitbloiu 11EV A. aYDNLY HARRIS Aisiotuat Po.toe
prealdentMra. Hard I';00't iu. I.lio.tui'-lt'is Phllhrol 19.U.IU.UA iud, Iuilb. ( The 1 ruate. AHTIB ) ', ( 10 h aveoIyr IIri'l. tillS Of 1,00 .m. LOWRIE'

Bad mure, g p.l.roth., Ilk. LodgaB.I 517 W. Ooaan Blvd, AT .. AOTirH: TO IHrUIIOHS, ..ATtJ'NilhahN .p.rcol RIvor It locution ::' n.ntm.d. d"'ln. to ,innke. r..rv..al* o > ATSNd.C.H..e: Inl.r..1 In th* ..'..Inl dea,'rlbed 10:00 .."'. Won'hip8 Oeenbog'
.. TO All rIFJ'ITOUo 'N I' .wII' : 41 any or nf I Innd The 'aala I If KFllrOI" properly. IU.I. In Martin 5:00, Young '.
Phi Sorority Lady Goiters A. "" ( OR | 17 Houth. Uanne .1 creditors of f AR- :. p.m. People Fallowihlp
Sigma CLAIMS and h nude Khali b. .,,hJ.t to Al Counti'. loi Ida:
Florida, ,
County. '
...ll.nt -Mr.. Bill Hartull AGAINST MAIL) \TKlN. decemed are hereby
Epillon Za a Cuaplar. 1. Abbott Tua... HIO ..... M C.Gulf S Otry.ChjbLlvily "Fa'AIWI: E. tnor particularly duacribud a. Ihe Trualeeii 75, of reaervlnaunto the themilvea -- notified and required l'urcol I: Al .t the: Korlh one- PRESBYEIIA Sun tOMMUNI
l'rarldrnh.Mni.. borne* hl : and rob of you' are here followal rrela and metala .ld..ln't.rm th* rlcilma or demand whlih I : 'I the : h.1 or S.r.h..t tuar., MON. Pn.tor
let ... 1'bu.. 4 .I. Art Club' mtlfied: and required to present have aa-Hlnit anld eatnt In II r"l the iiotflhwrot Q SilO .m. Sunday Scnool

XI Co.... Phi ChapterrraildentrMri Pmld.nl-Mra. L. Aahby Arbanalrd Halm demand wlilih aouth From line lbs Intenrrtlon of aald tlectlon of tho iJ I petroleum.(tin. :tumor (I.lb; ,r". to pa>' f,'r flee of the County Judea of Hi* Norlhw-.t t".rl.r( or Sen- 11 .00 ..m. Wonhlp $.rnie.'
liad homM ollhi.h'.ityuam.yhiv.Ngnn.l : County. Florida' In II e lloiilhhiotlife li.0 .
Joe tlliliylavarcl Krl .I. d. lax lion 27 p."' Youth Fellowihlp
wIth th. center lln of .tal. furnlKh .. atampa .t Htuart. Horlrlu. ulthln alx eelrndnr :I.I II .
I 1//. the 1.11. of JOHN WAI.TKH 44'V Inniiument 11 I ; 'II South 7 ISO p m W.d.i Adult Choir
lu.. Aatoalatfoa North U. for rnnvevamein
Tbu. Martin Fair Road .r You.1
run .h.
Caunly from tho or Oh'fIrst
I'eceaa d. lute of Mar A-t-A nl.lth. dlt .
lln, : of the Trueteea
JOISOOS. oII tL. 10a" lo07.A IND.
l Ik America RavolutloB at RIV UNITARIAN
Pruui.huuL-'J. w. Huaxy.t ,. with filing: fee .lunl OH.F:1 .r lSio Fuehelulni FELLOWSHIP
D..o. .. ...lor. JtomlM I. Mon. 1 .10 ,... Agricultural Bldg if 1100..) tn 1"I"rlda' Judge. a dl..n. 'P74.71 f.at: thenr. .. hl'rn.1, Iml.owlott. Food of .uhlr..r. 'lon much he to.wrlhbn. Parcel 2, Al of tha South one. Fort Pierce Beach (; Pr' Center.
|rd Tbura, bom. ('nun of Martin Ciunly I In S Its ortl J 4: ".1 a dl..ale.nr 1.t. .r NT.tov.nor and Mala the pine* or rent f half of Northeaat Quarter 741 Seaway Drlv.. fort | .B..ch
... DeMoliy' Chubpr.nbI.ot.Mtu. Martin County Gull and C.. Club Court II ouuo t Stuart l"lurlda 23 feot. mo. leu"the to a. F\II'I 11A dene. and pont-offlm arldreaa of th nf tic. Houthweat Quarter of rellowablp Service. 7:51: P.m. Bundayi

Mothi Jarknn Wright PrnId.tt-Ed .. within alx .al."da in.nth ) .on..t. lu"u".ltl Alhrst elninoonI and miiHt h nuorn by the Nnrtlmeat Quarter of Sectlm Fallow.hlp School', 10 e.m Sunday.

Mu.uul. Teapis rd lu.... lilO p, ., Clubhoua Ihe date of publication .r urh J J. di.to'sof th V 11: Chief 5k. .1.lm.nt. hl.. IK.nl. or hla at- S3, Towndilp 17 Smith.Itanire PENTECOSTAL S1SLE..IndIoutma _
1.55 :
4th MOO. p. to eltl" : Ellltee"lb. Sornoy or II void 41 Earn, South ,
: thla$ notice MAID CLAIM: OR PF- 'I' Fund I .11 anirdlnr lying oNiat. CURTIS SKINNER Pa.lor
> t India Rlvafchlaf Martin County Farm Bu. MWORNTO Mean fhl"lln"I ark of thIndian to Hond ...eptl'loftlierefrou toil. ..
Ladl..1 Aualllary M\M 1.0151' BK tllV Point ot.111"lnl Mav U. HI. it Jun, 4. 1144Ml 1.07.A. : Sundae 8.bol
a.p..t Pr..ll. .nt-Alhart Kru.grnd AM) KIIFI IV Ilv. Thla let dav VH\, 1004. th folowln. parcel 7:10 p.m B.nd. nooN.ilitls Suru't.u

M."I.b Glide.;! tinmantk Ihuri., Bomlnol Inn I'',/ V'.U,I?ArW J. KUHU1IT8 ,.rlb.d.the aaltl parcel point here b.. 'UK t I III HT OK THKMMII /./ CIARFNCF JONfcflAdmlnlatratnr : 1"llnol.1 SI r.e. W..t oftho 7,10 p..WednMday. Bibl. 8t>dCETHSFMANE >
.. haill.d.p..dmI It.I'r Fatatiof ., tho
.\i of the of tha C
IOuI or.h..t
Radla Club of IIHIIir M :
T. Amateur
Martin County \dll.l.t.uI. Inn alao the IfadlI' Jlit Il. Artie Maiiinn' deceaaedMtTiniCK of ihe Norlh..tt1.r..r CHURCH OF CHRIST
.1 Odd ".U... r WalerJnh".on. A' II '" ..u.1
Order llrltton a trait of auh.ner.Bd ; CIUTY. ftfLMAN of the Sooibws.t OR CHRISTIAN CHURCH
., Grand--Loul I. Cha.ua p..I..nl--OI.. I p.m. AT 1-4H1 AdIrooc P. a.. Hn 14. tofora conveyed by Truateea of P.r n s'pi, t .t lIIMIIIIt.HAZtL U. DollIes iltreet ths Noftbineet tu.r.. Church II'... J.nHa Haacb
) --on 1). ufatlrd Hub Hound. FloridaM1CIUKL Silo Internal Improvement Fund 1' Fl 11. II Welt Palm Vteach Florida of Huitlon il Townahlp 57 LEON L. BAKER JR. Minuter
*usO.. S pm. lOOP Ba Martin County H.'or' Swlaty O LIFTMAN I'.dU.. 93.81); then.a North tl I Attorney for Admlnlatr.lnr Han ir* 41 Eaat run Ut 1:80 a.m Sunday( Bible School:
Pr.ld.nlRnland Meronill.t tan 20' 4S" taut following th; i.lnut touth. Smith 14 line ..n. Sunday. WorshIp Service
Stiver. Eacamym.nl Attorney for AdmlnliiUatrUSIT Pub: May T 14 it. !8. 19(14TIIK : II 05CCCOii
lndluc Patriarublh0r.uId I WIlaoi TUM. 1 ,10 pm. First N.t BkMuhlpla tcu.t Oiean HlvdIV itithtaaterly the lIne Intarnal of afor.ialdTruateea 1mrrovament Q HVALLAnD. feet; thenc* run J.t IK eeotlth ; J ISO p m. Th..d. Bible Study

Chi .. I p.m. lOOP P. O. l7l lihuart. FlorIda of Defendant S run North r.t to the
T' 10 Ll.tlng Sanrlc H01 Fund panel, HI I' CIHrllT lOt HT OK TilE .
.t l'uh.Ibtay: U, as. iuni 4. 1. 1. f ; point Mil'II'H: 01 I'rT M>'ril Jl 1114 I U. IIHCIir IK point of b..lnnlnr.BubJ.ct .
I-i.. Bacok 'qU Club sad Auclihury.rotldontrit5 laeratary. H. Turn. _.or lou. to a lt There 15,782 business
.r : O. U. .5l4.AitliHrldci'r MtHTII wer
ind.4th T.. .. I am. TIIK tlttI'lIl' TillMVIH in ine ..no vouniy *wvVtulkhead V' >'I.OHI"1 AM) Foil to and
1'1Id ro.1.. tluuth Addrei .n.Uon. 1 failures
thence ( in 1962. reduction
Llnai a
of 8
( : ot record,
(Tb. rSr.- Fonb.r. Palm City Horn ....... Club 1 lrl )> Laat, alone I HulkheadI Inknnwn \\fHtV: M n. app eaoolunOtO

mTs pm. J. B Co.CkankOutJl.it. Prulh.ut-Mr.. EI..b,h ".t.ro" rIOIIIIIt.A > II rt> MAHriM J.'b. .Ine. a dlHlanr of 31 31r* .tore* Ton an. hereby given notice thata MA001B iLIZUET > Ton and each of you are hereby per cent from 1961

.. l vlt. lat Tuaa. I,10 .. C.I. Coa. t IMM'rnV: >0. sill <>' I.Vtaat.; ,them parallel Mouth to th th* flratCUUM 10'45e filed Cuniilalnt ugalnat r.r)ou |i\nne In| the .h.v.h. been and M1KTIV. ) required tn file your anawer or

Palnclana Kannal Club ANNV CIVKKIH. I mine l, the Plaintiff. t'I.lnltt. other pl..dln.to a Complaint tl.d -
p.K O SUt \\UI lallUKf( ,. a ril.tHnie of S>1 feet f.r.lolll > I aih of you .
Irl W.d I J more or lois, to the inran Huh Allnnl thin general nature ) I Stuart Rotary Club
Cliupt. CUAIEI A IHTI Cheney B FTedrlrkaen, the general
I P ,. ,f.o.; n. Klvr of 'h la to ,.bIau, a dlvorre. You >
P. 1. tall AT moating p. FKANK 1. ) torl.l.r It of th Indian : oaturoe'f whIch I. to qoit tIll. .0
p.r..ldoaSMr. ..mI'o_ fARIII. ." tbenc northwealerly. meandrrlnit are required I file your Anawer MiTiri.; or .i ir
S ; deairlbed oth-
\ I.t4M Port Sal.ru Ho",. Damanalrallon Club RUT murk or other plearlln to aald Complainton A. MUITIV the above property
cold high water : : : TO: (HAI1ll the ullegatiun.aoron1.ln'sd DIS-.I
: the ur I"for..' the hInd duv i f Juno, ThrIve .wl.
C. chart. tlllah Nawlln IJ feet more or leaa. to Hurn I
: :I
.bl., P.ld.ntM. I l K O wy In th* laid Complaint b* _I
pr.uldact'-. C. R. .. pm.. Clvl Cantor Point of ItaKlnnln.containing 1114 (MherwUe the alltgatlona contained liearhorn, Ml"hliran .1
11 1.1 YOU AlIbi HhREUY NOTIF1RD taken by and
inii-h betaken HKHmNOTIFIED conf..pe 01. ; Mar Snrltk
ii omplalnt I will l TOE ARE .
laaa. I
54.4ub 1 or .
aorea loIre
". Girl. Rlptlda Plo ynosn I Martin County tlnit a Complaint for Hvorce baa 0 7 aa font rise:I by you. and thtm that a Complaint for Plvorra haabeen ...h of you. laid eaua* will ; SamtarrSunrke

( i Adelnuruaao 0 Coul"a. ? Pn.l,l.nt--Juhnnlo C. "haw been filed agalnat you and you areAnawer" and will 1 conaldur objectlona there caiur .,lll then 'irmeed O part I filed agalnat you and you ar* then pro..d .1 part atucb be anawer : IanCITY
of our "
T_ I.55 ...MoOl1 T,1t I.I,Ird Thura. p.m. G.n.rml Maallng ; : .or'other: a wrltt.p a cony defenn* to. Ohjwtlona to th* propoaed aal* Siuh scarce. i nr other "I..dlnl muatbe r.qulr.e t ouerv.ae((py of your or or other pl..cln.;S.tu.t fl. lbsClerk on
I Loot I p.m., Bu.lnaaa of sold land should be aubmlttedto lIh lbs ( or other pleallnv to theComplnlot b.ro. .
Palm *.bukubS 'u. M..Lu. to such Complaint upon Plaintiff :r.nd" at'h Court and copy muatb
b Plaintiff1
thereof Attorney
1'riutrcuof *
p. Ornod Mr.. O'e Hull St. Lucia. Inlat Yacht Club ill.oruev. T, C. hook P O Bo173K th*InUrnal Chief himlneer, J'und. .erved upon a(the copy 'Plain ,H,TON on the H tHHWARZ* IOlienver **rved upon th* Plaintiff hr- -- -
th Improvement aMaam'
100r file thei'riinat llal"Ur hI who -r
and attorney .rcOughter.uo
I In
tnt-SM 100u p.m. Ha Htuart Florida rloda tlffe *tu- or upon
Hawkan Billot Bulldlnr. Tallahaaae I .ton.y.. Avenue P o Box T01.
wrlttolod'feiua .
CommodoLa O".ht.rn" 4V Oughior.on P.
.IIl" Laths 17 1' .... Yacht ClaSh Anawer or oth.r In the prior to tha dote first abomentioned Ollht.r.un. O. Drw.r art. t'lorld" and file the orl.ln.1.f"'h".I"r.r' 0
to Complaint 1 IIU'IIrld. Drawer II. Stuart.
'.. .ucl The Truatee. rrorvetho .. An wer UnaIn' C 11elift
off l,. of th the circuItCourh (trdr .ed NotIce ho
Stuart Board al Thl.
.1. koalluruPrr.Id.tShRuo.u decline to niak sale of 'hl. Sot I if Suit b* pub- ,, nf Ih* Ormilt I ah.1
lonU. ,. Tiller "timrt, Flnrrd.on or Ihiforethe any or hI'of aald land, The pale. Ii l.h"o in "'"' Ktuart .hal. ....- Court nn th. Uth dar of published In Th Stuart .. a

Stuart Ji.uht.iiJObi' 11.15 lat Thura.. a pm. BI... 1 IK iM.A t .TM1 1914 JudlTnient and wh. mad. shall b. aubjeot to publuh.4 In Htuart Xlartlnjunt Jun*. 11!K4. If you fall tn do .. a new.paper of Martin nubllihed\ FlorId I:In StuartCounty COMMISSIONSTUART
Muonl.. Club l1 th.m- b taken
I p.m., Tol" 'ak.nulln.t the Truatew. raervln unto : t'I"rld"I onc.evrr p week Ii.* Cnnfeaio will .
will week t. four
Stamp r cossecutlos
Soul.tyPrnuil.tt.Thcnou by everY
1' Tu. ." T."I. II..a Pefault tb. relluf demand- el\a 75% of tIle p110. haip, mlrala for four ''enue'lihlvo weeka. aaalnat for lha relief 4.mad- .
U.lt c. l H.m.nw.r )01 for and.metala and So% of the tiDNrNI' ORDrRFD at Stuart, ad the w.b.
,' How Mon. I ,. Library "d li th, Complaint. threoldtr.Purclairr llorlda. 11:10 tiONH "olnnl.lnl at Stuart.Florida AND ORr'EIlED aS Sheart,
nth PSI
.... p. .bil potrolit sit tharenn or : due of May UI4IOHOTHY
I iNK ANti OKrifRBD at ptuartMartin ISle SoIls dnv of Apr15
T 7tU I. required to pay for Offuruiolt I thla 11th ,'.\"f May, I a4.rwwoTHY U" REGULAR MEETING
T.url.l Club till
Dac1t Oountv Florida, FIFRCE. IOROTHT PIERCE
tax at an 01 H'k Of COURTOK men
Uaii.d 5. : Mon I ... Cantor d.' d..lmoll.r" ( Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk of Circuit Court of
P. { : roilvavalict.loT
yamldenM' fur COUNTY
Mum.tlkv :' 1. .11 ';'\TW'p"nM: h..t.lm.n.the .... o. t'lAhSoll.5 Martin County. FloridaBy Martin Countv. Florida. 8.00 P,\f. 2ai ana 4th
Sad _... n (Oerelya 7-to '
Cl..-. 0.E .. i" th* Internal Improvement Fund 01 I 51.,en H.nn'. : (arolynn'ZI.nlb. Deputy Clark b MONDAYSStrnrt
abrt. 1' the ttt'" f FlorIdaPARRIS Iieputy Clerk Penutv ( '
w. M.1I..... 10. Tpl More thun a million copies of sly Carolvnn. Zlemba f..I' Co:irt Heal Et.TOV H IHWA"Z. Mrrtilt Court SealSOt'GIOTERSSN Cly 1111
Ti. (Circuit C. urt Seal BKYAN.U.veDu OrOUTERSON.
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Almanuc art i Denver Avauu By: W. OlobteroosPLlieaw.rtS
TAI. ORGANiZATIONSCI. fir Plaintiff Attelt P SIS Public Always Welcome
fMO w1.U"0"Stuart
sold annually. This edition ', W Thief EngInes, 0 '.. P Box 1021utariotraani j
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